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T ' f ,- -. . "W 1 " J J -' v 1887 BBeBMnhK32isE: ROC&CASTLE COUNTY, KY.,FKIDA$ FEBRUARV 13, 1914 t NUMBER 18 - JS55 55B5a5a5B55gg5a5555H5SF5555E5B5S5S5Hfa5B5B5iS B Eighth Grade Kibertt, Storm; Ninth Grade, Anna Cass; and Tenth Grade, Mary Proctor. We feel that these pupils deserve special mention, and we hope that other pupils will reach these po-- ' sitions next examination. We are uuable to understand why it is that some people in our county are so prejudice against the Fair. Webavealwajs tried to treat those who have attended our fairs courteously, ani as we Brod-hea- d would like to have been Treated, and some of these very individuals are the ones that have pat on long "Six Pairs Wear Six Months Light Weights, Too" are guaranteed to wear six months without holes, rips or tears. If even a thread breaks within that time, you get new hose free. Sis ' guarantee-coupon- s with every box of I s iIX PAIRS of Holeproof'Socks and Stockings six pairs. b m"f noie&FQDTii "asiera JUL forwmen. women JLjB. "tr AND CHILDREN, nil Come in and see them today. Notice their style, their light, weight, their softness. See if you ever wore hose that looked or felt better. Don't buy any more hose until $3.00 you have seen tliese the finest hose made today. S Holeproof costs no more than other cood f lit'iM'M'll I hosieries $1.50 to a bos BUTTON & McBEE I5K0DHEA1) - TtLCactAtti Br V.S, rflWHEgtBPWSt? EE5g5a5E5a5S.'i55E5H5E5E5EEJSSE5a5E5H.IdBl Hilton died at his home. Monday nd was burned at the Methodist church cemetery Tuesday noon. C Kraemer, manager of the Knobs Essential Q'l Co., is at his home in Louisville this week on account of attendeng the graduating exercise iu which hi daughter g adua'es Miss Mary Wilson oTCrab-- OfclfarH, .'was visiting relatives here Wednesday (J A Wheeldon, oneof Mt Vernon's barbers, was with home folks Sunday. Joe the Waif, or Pet of the Camp will be present-grandsoed at Proctor School House to" morrow evening. Doots open at 7 o'clock or earlier, aud play will begin at abou!) 7:30. Ifyouat- you will not regret it. tend W. .F Crrter sold about 4o acres of land to Oscar Spoonamore lor $iO0O. Don't forget the pUy at Quail tomouow night, It you mi-.- s n, Bane Carson. Assistant Cssbier the TeUico Bank & Trust Co , of TeJlico Plains, Tunn.. has been with his parents. Mr. and Mrs Wednesday W. A. Carson, will return the of last week. He latter part of this week. While l .here hesabscabadJosil-ntlie-nafair., and left his check for 50 per cent call. Mrs J; M. owens and daughter, Mrs. G F. Sutton were in Mt Vernon Thursday of hst week. F. Francisco and little Carry Sproule, return- ed the first of the week, from a weeks visit to relatives in Lafol- let e. Tenn , and Williamsburg, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Wilmott are spending a few days with her parents, Mr. aid Mrs. J. J :Mc-CainMaretburg. Uucle Larkin Hicks is on the sick list this week Mr: and Mrs. W. S., Haggard are rejoicing over the arrival of a baby boy. Mr. and Mrs. Fted Li Durham, and little son Austin Spirks. aud Miss Hazel Reynolds were with relatives here over Sunday. Geo. W. Reynolds was visiting iu the Bee Lick section last Mrs. J. J. Albright was at week home from the Kentucky State Normal at Richmond from Saturday until Monday. Born to the wife of Jim Hughes last week a boy. Miss Etta Sowder is clerk at the local post office now. T. J, w ( faces because the judgment that wassecured against the old Rockcastle County Fair Association did not put a stop to ths fair-ithete parts. Some of the faces have grown so long that the bar bars have raised the price of a shave, and all because that Brod head is going'to have another fair It is otte.--i the case when auy kind of an iuterptise is a succe-- s that some people are so nariow th-t- t they can uothelp but show themselves in opposition, and some of these folks would mt be holding exalted positions today bad it not been for the loyalty of the Brod head citizens Now we know .that these things are facts, and we ex pect to have an opportunity in the future to show these parties how much we appreciate this kind of treafment. We are going to have the biggest fair ever pulled off in Rockcastle, and we hope that the knockers and kickers will keep up their kuocking and kicking because it helps to turn the tide this our way. Work began last Monday, and if there is a man in county that is from "Missouri' come down and we will "show' him where The Kentucky State Rir (the second) will be held. n where they are getting their bocse E. Hansel is quite sfck at this writing. R. G. Moore, pf therf Scaggs Creek Section, was here Wednesday. T. J Niceley was in our town Wednesday. Mrs.W. M.Preston and children are visit' ing relatives in Lebanon June- tion. Judge Summers and Alvin Argen bright were in Mt. Vernon, Saturday. Cam Mullins arrested Btli Suttles here Thursday and took him to Mt. Vetuon. We guess he will return to the house of correction, W. H. Kru-ge- r was in Mt. Vernon, Friday. Mrs C. A. Blanford and daughter have returned from Louisville. The j.mall pox situation here is some better. No new cases and those that had it have been released. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Turpin were here between trains Thutsday, on their return from Richmond, where Mr. 1 urpin took a tr. ipjI tf - jb it; B KJ H BARGAIN BULLETIN Special Sales During Month of a1 llllu! February July Picnic. GREAT mmME m m - m m. i If im mm mm Bmmi a a i urn si m0 k -- I v nI m. im, loi nl di JB-t w IbI j WINTER GOODS WILL GO THE like Ice Cream at a atment for nervousness. Miss Nellie Carter, of Lebanon Junction, is visiting relatives aud LI -- V 1N (5 S T O N. r'uT.lrSnTwr aic uununij; larg-membershi- p Vmirr".ixrvx x tic jiui.ui uiuci a ball here. --- Dr. ll ityou regret it. -Brodhead s City Marshal "hab squatulated do premises," and bis bondsmen are wondering O where shall he be" At the end of the fifth month of the Brodhead Graded School, the following pupils made the highest grade: First grade, Warren Shafer; will always Second Grade, William Cass; Third Grade, W. T. Brooks, Jr J fourtn Grade, Nina Albright and Lena Wallin; Fifth Grade, Emma Profii; Sixth Grade, Orrin Wallin; Seventh Grade, Shirley Adams; -- ' LET FISH'S TAILOR YOQ ONCE AND FISH'S Will Tailor V YOU ALWAYS Come 'm&$&&. bIH?1kp! P-K- whe r e... wise ones go. who want the the Men fin- est of 'raade.t o measure clothes withou t throwing tffcwPill IfMiff . -- fSffll away their good money have a habit of coming here Spring Suits $15. up. ' mil wk "Wc tand By What You Buy" 5 i 1 m i; i The Cash, Store ' - v k t 7 They have a and think it would be cheaper to build than to rent. Buck Howard has purchased farm from Abe Evans, ptice paid S )ne better at this writing. Mr. $i90. J. H. Browning i on the jind Mrs James McReynolds, of sick list. David Ratnbo was in Knoxville. have returned home George after a few days' visit with Mr. Stanford. Wednesday. John Jenkins has returned from Leba and Mrs. J. T. Oroary. Fields, of Staniord, was with our Miss Myrtle uon Junction. Southerland, after a few days' visit merchants Tuesday Attv. E. B. wiui Mrs ueorge Martin, nas re a Thompson, of Mt. Vernon, was in e Bom turned home. Mrs. John Mullbs our town Sunday. wife of W, M. Warren on the has been very sick but is better at this time We were informed the eighth, a Pne boyi another vote for . i other day that Mart Hicks was the democratic party. C. E Rice carrying water a hif mile to run was in Stanford, Monday, on busihis mill. Now that it has rained, ness. Edgar Cotfongim, who has we guess Mart will have an extra typhoid fever, is rapidly recqver-in- g and will soou be out again. hand. We understand there, is a A little girl of Mr. and Mrs. Buck movement on foot whereby I iv ingston is, soon to have electric Howard has pneumonia. Mrs. J. lights. This has been the talk in T. Neighbors, Miss Lyda Cook Mt. Vernon for some time and and Miss Alice Ward were in now il we can get there first, we Louisville part of the week will still be in the lead, aswe are Atty. J. W. Brown, of Mt. Ver .always six to Mt. Vernon's half non, was nere Monday looking dozed anyway. Fullen Francisco after the L. & N.'s interest in, a Mrs. Edd Quinn, of of Brodhead, was here between law suit. '..as returned home after a trains Snnday, enroute home from Paris, Corbin. The Livingston Lumber few days' visit with her parents, Mar-ioCo started their saw mill Wed- Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hayse. Smith has purchased a small nesday; Elbert Mullins, of Mr. farm from Mat Mink ; price not Vernon,- - was here a 7ew days this week. Edison, the wonderful in- learned. ventor, after all of his wanderful $loo REWARD, $loo. inventions has at last struck the The readers of ibis paper.will key note. He has invented an aube pleased to learn that there is at. tomatic switch board that can least one dreaded disease that handle 1 50 phones, and we wish to science has been able to cure in all make a suggestion to the telepho- its stages, and .that is Catarrh. ' ne-company that they install Hall's Catarrh. Tjure is.the phly now known to the one at Mt. Vernon, not that we jpositive-.eurmedical fraternity. Catarrh being believe that Mr. Maret is not a constitutional disease, requires a competent to handle the business constitntional treatment. Hall's but we always liked him and many Catarrh Cure is- - taken internally, such spells as he took the day we acting directly upqn the blood a,nd the system, wrere there, we will say there is no mucous surfaces ol thereby destroying'the foundation mortal man that can stand sucji of the disease", and giving the very long. Mr. Maret may not patient strength by- building, up. look at this in the light that we the constitution and assisting do, but it is for his benefit that we nature in doing, its work- - The make this suggestion.' We have The proprietors have so. much powers that in its curative been told that'his neighbors have faith nflTor flnfl t.ViPV Tloll'arc rushed out of bed at the dead hour f OT any case that it fails to cure. of midnight, thinking that there Send for list of testimonials. Address: F. J. 0E(E1TEY.& CO. was a pitch battle about to be fought, but when they found out 10e?? ouiu. what the confusion really was, it Takeoy au uruggisis, 75c. for Hall's Family 'Pills was only Maret answering, calls constipation. over tne pnone Mrs. J, w. Baker, Jr., of Mt. Vernon, is visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs M. Deese ' There are auite a ;iorIfJutfadCkilir nttmbetof our citizens summoned TlH)lMYiilUiAknfcBM(U "to "Mr. Yernpirtfoi; Thursday to go! Bears tb Jmf i, U u AfcsDHrcu tell oexorerjuo of tr to-th- triands here Mr. and Mrs Hugh Jenkins, of Lebanon Junction, were here between train Thursday, enrouse home from Paris. Mis.es Carrie aud Ella Mae Far ley gave a home party Friday night. Those present were Misses Caw Annie Walton, Nettie-Rice- , rie Ponder, Ethel Hayse, Essie Pike, Jessie Smith, Letha and Virgie Summers,1 Florence and Cleo Pennington, Mabel Nicelej,. Alice and Tempest Ward. Nellie Carter, Myrtle Souther lanef and. Katie Redmon, Messrs.. I. W Catlin, Carl Dawson, J. A. Childress, J. H. Clark, Rice Walton,. Floyd Mullins, Edgar Herd, and Grider McKay, All report a nice time -- Sheriff Cam Mullins took Charley Hammonds to Mt. Vernon, Saturday. It is claimed he is implicated with Settles. It is a pity for the bov for. he is small but when ou violate tbelaw you must :pay the penalty! Mrs: Mike Fagin, who has been very sick for some time, seems to improve slowly. J. H. Owens has been very sick foi a Jew days but is Sale jRL of GROCE IE DON'T MISS .THE SUGAR 25 lb sack of best granulated -- BANNER BARGAIN PICNIC and the great-e- at i I ii. :art Special $120 Pilgrim WASH POWDERS Clean Easy Soap soap upon the market. ."Special . SOAPS !The JO-lbb- ag 3 bars for fJ C Special blend of Coffee, once tied, always used, 25ct value for a $1.50 great Cold Water Soap. FELS NAPTHA 3 Boxes for 0C Jf that high-grad- e, Finest Patent every ounce guaranteed of the finest made. TfiT FLOUR LENOX . SOAP body-knowa-Luno- Every-foy x. - -y-uayg I;V'V VJtJ Fer barrrel 1 Same Flour in Sacks 70 c I A No.1sod Family Flour good enough far me, a barrel only costs J 50 k " Light House Cleanser tf Armour & Go's greatest Wash I Powders. Special, 3 cans for lvJC fn .... ..... 5:': j its b uysasack CORN nice and sweet, hard to beat $5 and Dry Goods are not Groceries, of course, but we have such a big store of them to close out that we jnst had to tell you about them right now. Hats and "darned nigh" 'everything you can think of are to be closed ont here this month. Shoes V Fine Sugar Corn Fine Can BEANS, per can, Riee Fancy Head 8c 8c J CLOTHING, Underwear, RICE BEANS New Michigan hand-picked 8c WHOLESALE You . can buy at wholesale prices all during February. Navy Special. 5 Beans. -- lbs. for Cc n Alaska Pink Salmon,packed in heavy rich oil, i.2c ralue v SALMON Special, No. Cans 3 for pf Z.0 i110k)C ' v-- Remember! This is advertise- 4k MATCHES the big 5c box " BAKER'S ment and when -- of Capital Matches every one a good one. Special, 3 Boxes for Special Sale, he has the goods to back it up. U.G. advertises a e A FEW - SPECIALS "AMERICAN FENCE Big Stock Low Prices .. PROGRESR STOVES and RANGES FURNITURE and CARPETS Stoneware and Hardware FLOUR, FEED and SALT CAR-LOA- Ef tr-- The I u, U.G.6ak er ROCKCASTLE T COUNTY'S Mm J Rip ms. . Goods 1 WmmWfr' WmMMw K MW ? 'H Mwmmw B, B H mWm. mwm. MWrMMw MMmmm MMrMW HB" mwMMMmW wmmv7. mW tm MmmW. .Mm WmMW mMmwr H UmTS MMmW . "THE STORE THAT DOES THE BUS l -- . - " .1 i jjaaaBMMtrigriiitji ;'MT. VERNON SiGNALl tie Countv in account with Rock S Sams 9 on v ci.tle County for revenue for road CE; Mullins 450 J. Niceley, She! Iff of Rockcastife Cbhirty, iuaecourt fund, lor the yt&r i9i2. , L"r Kit" York Feb. 13. 1914 3 75 Friday, ' with .Rockcastle Ceunty for e venue f Mi bin iv ht tax on 9 00 Link' Niceley expenses of Jvalorutn 1,763. t'55 at 2 sets on ea h Wm Sousin said bounty for the year of 1912 : 8 00 Ptcbliskc'd every Friday by M Lrjenning-- ; (loo. t taxable property 44o7 64 4 00 EDGAR S. ALSkTGkT. To advalorum tax dn $1,763.08 ll 42I C S Armstrong Poo Toadvaiorum tax on J rlPike looo at 25cts on each $100 of triable 46 Hardin Mcorn 6 co 60)4250 L&RROo at ronlev-Hal- e 900 $1.00 property" UBSCRtPTION ONK YKA.R 37o John Thompson 3 16 2,rcis on each 4j 7 oj .1 1728 I2- 6 00 ir.os G tiffin lo. I o ad valoru m tax on 318 LJ Roliis 6 93 TfranehTse tax of L & N 7 00 A'Tiinkersley H S Albright Advertising rates made known on 691,250L&NR. R. Co. - 7 50 2 00 R.'R Co. 316,63o at 25cts Parks John at 25cts on each $1C0. 1728,23 467 I J Btker application - 792 Conley Hale 3 9? on. each loo. 9 00 To franchise ax of L & N 468 W A McKinnev 2 00 'Tq franchise tax on West 15 00 James Mason R. R. Co $316,880 at 25cts 466 W A McKinney 2 92 em Union Telegraph Co., 4 5o MEMBER OF WH Manis on each 100. 792.20 3o5 J J Harner ASSOCIATION 0 00 ffljBoc at 25cts on each loo. KENTUCKY PRESS 4 37 :1 Do J L Arnold To franchise tax on West33o WC Hopkins 3 12 To franchise tax on Pullman on Last Page) (Continued ern Union Telegraph Co., 432 D C Poynter 2oo ?ar Co., 7950,84 at 25cts SnHFSfflfrrr t: SHERIFFS SEtTLiMENf 1 "V- -: ! -- -- ' I , SS'V v "fc "v . -- -- $4602 at 25cts of each $100. 11.50 n To franchise tax, ou Pull-ma- 1i 41 t1 Good BiLt,. Shelton Saufley was in Danville yesterday after noon and stated to the- - Advocate that a mistake had been made; that he is not the author olthe bill providing lor building roads- - thru the mountains at the public expense. Saufley's bill provides that the automobile license from each county is to be returned to that;county to be used in road building. If his bill is passed Boyle county would getall-th- e I icense money paid by local Auto mobile users. It is said that Gov McCreary made a speech to the Car Co. $7g50 84 on each $100. To franchise tax on Adams Express Co. $1340. at 25cts on each $100. To franchise tax on Bank of Alt Vernon. Ky. $;17.440 at 2scts on each $100. To franchise tax on Peoples Bank of Mt. Vernon, Ky. 13.660 at 25Ctson each 100. To franchise tax on Citizens 43o 235 447 374 DC Ponder Dr W H Joyner W C Hopkins 3 76 on each 100. i9 88 COMMISSIONER'S SALE THEY PREFER OURS No Wonder, Simple as A B C Ours Cost Less Ours Wear Better They Have More Style r 5ooo To franchise tax on Adams 3 12 "Express Co 1340, at 25cts 2 00 tin ach 100. 2 00 To franchise tax on Bank 3 16 o.f Mt. Vernon, Ky. 17,440 2 CO &t25Cts on each 100. 3 35 ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. Bethel Wreu & Etc. Plffs. VS) Commissioner's Sale Ethel Young &c, Defendants. By virtue of judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, 43 60 rendered at the January Term, i914, thereof, 1 shall proceed to offer for sale 19.58 -- istil Price 375 371 335 Legislature endorsing other road bills, which appropriates money fyr road building in the mountains. The mountains are rich in mineral resources and. should bmld their own roads. The State now head over heels in debt and an effort to liquidate should be made rather than effort? $0 get deeper in debt. Danville Advocate. Who built the large portion of the pikes off. Boyle county and Central Kentucky? Why the! State did. Its all right so long as the Blue Grass gets the favors but let some legislator suggest State aid to roads in the mountains then Well there the Advocate bowls. is going to be Statn aid extended all the same some the Advocate and little politicians. Cimmaron, Kansas, Commercial Club has adopted the following1 slogan "The blamed fool didn't know it couldn't be done so he went aod doae it." Its a good idea. Others would be benefitted by adopting it. The ' Frankfort, Ky., Feb. lo. Hundreds of convicts now confined in the Frankfort Reformatory and the lEddyville Penittn'iary piob ably will be given their freedom in the near future, as the result of a decision handed down this morning by Judge Settle, for the 5? t. r. Court of Appeals, in which he construed the inderterminate sentence law, passed by the Legisla ture in 19iQ, as meaning that convicts, afterserving their minimum sentences, are eligible for immediate parole providing- - their conduct for period has in accord with the prison been rules. The decision came in the case of John DeMoss, of Covington, who was sentenced to the penitentiary at Eddy.ville in i9i0 on a charge of for a term of twentw-on- e from two to years At the end of his.mjnimum term DeMoss asked for a parole, which was refused bv the board. He then entered suit, alleging that the law provided that he was eligible after having served the mini mum sentence. The case was brought in the Franklin Circuit Court, the judgment of which was appealed to the Court of Appeals and today's decision affirms that judgment, in which DeMoss was granted a writ of mandamus compelling the Board of Prison Commissioners to release him The court held, after a prisoner serving an indeterminate-term has complied with conditions of the law and served the minimum period he is entitled to parole, and Board of Prison Commissioners has no discretion, but must grant it A bill is pend-trepeal the indeterminate sen. tence law, and will be called out of committee and placed in the House calendar. It was decided however, in a previous case, involving the parole law, that after a prisoner is eligible to it, the rights have accrued to him that a change in the law will not affect, so those prisoners now entitled to parole will not be prevented from getting it by repeil of the law. the-prescribman-slaughter o T CA3TORIA Children Cry FLETCWrS FOR " 900 To franchise tax on Peoples at the front door of the Court House 9 io Banlrof Mt. Vernon, Ky., GJ 43 Walter Owens 2 OO i3,66o at 25cts on each too. 34 15 in Mt. Vernon, Ky ., to the highest and test bidder at public auction, on John Thompson 3 28 (To franchise tax on Citizens 23rd day of Feb. 19i4, between Wm DeBord 2 OO .Bank of Brodhead, Ky.. the hours of 9 o'clock a.m. anp 4 3435 J J Brown 3 28 i3,674 at 25Cts on each 100. 34 18 o.clock p m it being regular County It's about as difficult to describe these new Soloman Griffin 2 OO Total $7o74 72 Court day, on a credit of six months Bank of Brodhead, Kv. $13,- c S Griffin fie following described real estate clothes as to write about the prettiest girl 3 76 By claim 674 at 25cts on each $100. ted in Rockcastle County, Ky., on 34 IS L Thompson 20 OO Z paid F at a Leap Year Party. You've got to see To 2787 tithes at $1.00 tie waters of Roundstone Creek and J W Marler 4 2o ; " H M Cromer 3.o b unded as follows: her with your own eyes. Maybe you'll like . 9787 0 each W N Riggs " BOverbay 2 OO 4 5o Beginning at Mayo's corner near the her if you don't there are others- - So, if t ft Total $986 1 62 3t9 W N Riggs Will Lovell 2 88 6 00 old school house on a white oak stump southwest 63 poles with Mayo's line; one suit doesn't please you, we've another. By vch pd 544 W N Riggs 4 00 '" HLWhitaker 3oo thence northwest to a maple near the No. 53O 53 1 Decartor Duck month of a drain: thence a straight line It's a question of taste. Prices ? That lies MM Reams 2 00 4 50 to Ramsey's line; thence with Ramsey's W. Beihurum $800.00 with you. The better the clothes you buy, " JoeSwinney 56 E S Albright 6 uo l'ne to Cook's corner; thence east with 2 00 " 533 J S Langford 1302 75 Cook's line to his corner; thence to the 32l B G Mullins M BSowder 6 00 2 48 the longer they last and the better they beginning, containing by estimation 25 " 539 S F Bowman 4"86 M B Swinford 25o 00 3 00 c.es more or less. Wm Bullock 200 look while you're wearing them. But ' 537 J W Kincer 800 00 487 Geo Reams For the purchase price the 2oo ' " Tom Kirby - ' 50 must execute bond with purchaser 3veryone prefers ours. They are best. A S D Lewis approved 488 Geo Reams 800 00 " WC Thompson 2 00 IO 65 " 538 b F Bowman security, bearing interest from the day -- 474 i62 00 Gus Staverson " WN Thompson 2 OQ 7 .")o of sale until paid and having the force ' 528 Logan Arnold 6 00 476 Gus Staverson 2oo .. " Jim Kirby 3 DO and effect of a jndgment. ",.529 J H Lambert - 6 00 ' G W Decker 456 Geo Childress 2 00 Bidders must be prepared to comply "" a27 Hardin Moore ' 2oo W H Linville 6 00 promptly with these terms. ; " CM McKinney 392 600 " "?525 C S Armstrong 6 00 G. S. Griffix, 3o9 J C Phillips it Ed Cromer 2 OO 3oo " 297 Dr Walker Owens 67 00 Master Commissioner of the R C C, 29o W C Hopldns 2 OO F F Dyer 450 " 291 DT Cummins 246 A E Albright 4 00 Dock Woddel 15000 4 5o COMMISSIONER'S SALE " 5l5 T H Lambert 298 J T Jones 6 35 --Jones 300 4 bo Jack ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT " 526 J L Arnold 600 344 J W Lambert 3 75 J B Price 850 1 The Bank otMt Vernon Plff 514 HardinMoore 32; Wm Hayes 3 OO 3 oo Tom Harper 2 po VSJCommisjioner'a Sale 512 J J Martin 454 Win Hayes 2 OO W A Falin 7 50 C M Rice & C G Bowman, 2oo F Francisco 33i Defts 343 W S Jones 3l2 2ooJ G C Fish 1000 Admr of H W Bowman, By virtue qf a judgment and order of 378 J H Lambert 544 H L Smith 00 16 83 3 J J Nichols 3oo sile of the Rockcastle" Circuit Court 5oo Wallace Laswell 2 96 457 W H Jones 2oo G S Griffin 4 To rendered at its January Term, 1914, IC 2o9 Will Deaton "4 2 OO 436 W H Jones 2 5o I Bumgardner 00 thereof in the above styled cause I will 513 Logan Arnold W H Jones 367 3 00 3 60 8 25 offer fcr sale o the highest and best J N Whi'aker Lee Arnold i A D McKinney O OO bidder, at public auction, on the 28th 332 J WTate 2oo 3 008 H W Bowman i9i4, between the M Craig 2oo 573 J 2 75 day of 2oo Geo Vance hours of 9 o'dlock a m and 4 o'clock p 324 D P Bethurum 13 5o 510 Jop Albrisrbt 1 00 200 J W Bullock ra, the following described property: u 452 C M Wilson 522 JW Baker 135o Tom Deaton 5o One steam saw mill, engine and boiler 200 423 S F Bowman ,13 5o 465 J J Hamilton 3 9i esse Wren 5 5o and al the appurtenances to the same beVictor C Tate 43 2 OO 459 Owen Alien 3 76 4 60 longing J H Bowm n 52o R G Moore Thin sale will be made where the 1356 463 Jno Owens W H Jones 2oo IO GO property is now located, it being on the W A McKinney I3 5o 52i 453 J C Wood U S Berry "36o 9 00 lands of Jerome Cox ou the head waters 518 J VV Kincer 323 J C Wood 4800 3 80 Ch 9 80 of the Long Branch, in Rockcastle McCallum 5i7 C S Armstrong 3oo .1 W Parsons 3 60 455 J C Hayes . 9 OO County, Ky, James Marct 36 80 2 00 448 Hubert Barnes T G Parsons 9oo Sale will be made on a credit of three 336 S L Rose months bearing interest from date of 2 00 464 W H Linville 3 91 B L Dayle surely depend can sale until paid and having the force anil ' 45o S L Rose 76 436 Robt Nor.ton 3 J U Wood 200 5 55 effect of a judgment Bidders must be acin time of trouble is your 364 S L Rose 512 J T Mullins ' 3 76 Wallace Laswell 2 00 10 25 prepared to comply with these terms 48g W D Laswell i 519 G Vy Owens li CO Better acquire a 9 00 G WA Chesnut 1350 497 G M Sigmon 2oo Master Commissioner of the R C C 483 Hubert Barnes 4 95 Andrew Martin 2 OO big one by depositing you have 398 J D Hamm 11 5o2 Squire Singleton 2 OO 3oo G W Rogers 9oo blotches of 341 J W Marler 2oo oor R H Lewis Richard)Proctor 17 5o 60O eczema 329 Walter Owens 3 92 3o4 John Robins I080 J T Mullins 525 You'll Find the necessity of thinking before 485 Walter Owens Quickly cured by Dr. Hobson's 2 00 Wm Manis 423 Logan Arnold OO 9oo 9 paying a great Incentive to saving. When Eczema Ointment. C. P. Caldwell 433 John pope 5o6 Lee Arnold 2oo 9 00 W A Coffey 800 trouble comes what you have been prevented of 'e v Orleans. La , states; "Mv ' 431 John Pope 3 76 333 W P Hayes 2 do 9oo doctor advised me to try Dr Hob-son'- s TC Havser from frittering away will make a comfortable 499 Wallace Laswell (i Elmer D-- i veil 2 00 449 Perry Hayes 2 00 5 Salve.' I used three boxes balance . olW HIReams V S Branam n 2oo 451 J R Ballinger 8.76 7 5" f Ointment and three cakes of Dr C B McKenzie I0956 40G i 434 J R Ballinger 3 78 7 5 Hobson's Derma Zema Soap. ToT S Branaraan 3o2 Dr R G Webb day I have not a spot anywhere 79 7.s l 365 J R Ballinger J S Pane 11 376 I5 00 on my body and can say I am t 324 J W Wilroott 3o5 A T Abney 360 9 35 cured." It will do the same for 5 co J C Ruuell 359 Jesse Childress 2oo 822 J L Reams W R Coffey 2 48 9oo y. u. Its sootning, healing, anti482 Geo Hyatt 2 GO 368 W J Bowman R B Shepherd 36b 8 55 septic action will rid you of all 434 S B McKenzie 2 OO 248 Dr W F Carter 400 G W Burton 9oo skin humors, blackheads, pimples Eczema blotches, red unsightly 492 L W Bethurum 345 Wallace Laswell 885 Jno Sward 2oc il 72 sores, and leaves your skin clea't 4o8 B A Riddle 7 00 337 Chat Wilson Ohas McCollum ' 1133 and healthy. Get a box to day. 2oo 335 Geo Childress 363 Wm Ballinger 376 O ID Guaranteed, W H Jones 2oo All druggist, 5oc. or 491 Robert Lutes 2oo 873 WH Linville by mail. 3 91 H H Wood 5 00 TKens County has room for 200,000 settlers. This may seem 299 Dr A G Lovell 45 00 ,9r 372 R L Anglin G L Wren 1017 Pleiffer Chemical Co. Philidelphia K " & St, Louis. nmposfeTiMe to jou but not so when you know that Kern is as big B Thompson 4S3 E 18 00 " 338 A Allen 3 56 2oo ic W G Hynes 496 Wm Poynter :as tbe sr&ole State of Massachusetts It i? a wonderful county 2o 00 339 Owen Allen E S Taylor 2oo 50 The latest value placed on an 495 T J Niceley :and liunred are makirg good here. 2o 00 7 75 i8o4 dollai is $3000. Jno Clontz 3o S R Singleton 2oo ( 494 D B Southards 2o 00 345 J H LambeJtt 9 00 9.30 FS Myers "We have issued a beautiful booklet telling much about Kern. There are onlv about a dozen 385 J L Cooper 13.71 348 E S Albright 18 75 such coins in the hands of colltc A M Sexton 3oo County. This booklet will be sent to you free, together with 498 W C Vires M " Exonerated property 2 00 800 tors, yet there were 80,000 of J H Cumminins :a map of California and a copy of SUNSET MAGAZINE, the 5o5 EBCox 2 00 on 73,786 at 25cts on each 9 50 them coined: Alfred Alexander "monthly guide of the homeseeker and settler, if you will send, 362 Tom Francisco 0 (I 316 loo. i84 46 Brrt Owens 900 rne entire output; was sent co a ms ten cents in stamps to help defray the cost ot mailing. 361 F Francisco 3 16 Land Sales on $5442 at W A Mullins looo paymaster of the fleet then lying 446 F Francisco l .SUNSET MACAZME SERVICE BUREAU, Sn Frucfct, bfenit 25cts on eah 100. 13 85 Taylor Mullins 940 oft Tiipoli, and the sailors to whom 442 PH Shutts (I 316 By to per cent on 5 25 tney were paid J RCope promptly traded 46o I L Ball I 2 961 5ooo collected first 5oo 00 Geo Tbacker 9oo them to the native Sahara traders, 443 Wm urst 3 16 By 4 ier cent on residue W D Croucber 9oo and tuey disappeared from circu f C&3G& & ?&3CX&$PC$PC X v 46I Daniel Mullins C2M 486i 62 cellectinn 5)0 lation . jSpincer Abney i94 46 , This is the reason for their 471 J W Marler 2 00 By vch pd 18 I5 scarcity and consequent value. C M Payne 469 J W Marler. 2 00 No. 34i E S Albright Ballinger R 203 OO '9 OO 377 Milt Deitoii II J M Prpctor 3 28 273 M V SwWord 800 FEEL MISERABLE 750 j 428 Carrol Martin f lo OO 3 0000 Jno Frakes 9oo Out of sorts depressed, paia in J A Sexton 376 Sam Waddel 3 28 M Miller '7 50 the back- - Electric Bitters resets 2ooo J L Mar an 427 J L Arnold ft Geo Mullins 600 413 MJ Miller I IOOO OO looo vour health and strength. AS Ky i 425 J L Arnold OO guaranteed Liver and Kidney 9 Wm Cummins 1500 41525 TJ Niceley ' 5 7o remedy. Money back if uc4r satis 275 Biadley & Gilbert 1250 " 3I2 Harvey Chauey H C Rowlett 700 fied. It completely cured Rofefcjt5 '9 274 Bradley & Gilbert 28 5o By 340 exonerated polls II J H tfolf 00 Madson, ot VVestJUurlingtoai, COMPLETE LINE 328 Milton Deaton 3 92 at 1 00 each Hiram Thaclcer do 9uo who suffered from virulent lovtaj fiver.' 3o CJoffins, Caskets and Bobes 349 J'JDeBord 2 00 By 509 delinquent polls it Hardin Moore 425 trouble for eight months. Atier . 1. .. . t.i .342 MV Swinford 2 00 at 1.00 each Mail, Telegraph or Tele9 00 lour uwciurs gave uiiu u uc iuvk Lee Bu'ltn 5o9 00 '. .36o Sollie Griffin now a well 2 00 By vch pd i5o8 Electric Bitters and is John Swcrd phone order j Promptly man. Get a bottle to day; it will '358 B Childress 3 76 No. 553 J L Arnold' Mitchell Owens 9oo do the same for you. Keep mthe 300 Ikd. . 2 00 369 Robt Nixon 552 Logan Arnold 6 00 house for all liver and kidney com W C Buck 300 c ,48o W A B Davis 2 00 585 A G Lovell 6 00 , plaints. Perfectly safe and de Albert Griffin 75 - 2' 00 l 4j9 W A B Davis 7 5o pendable. 555 J H Lambert Nath Bond Its results will sur300 M ixSaeaes 352 S S Dailey ll 556 C S Armstrong-Hardi-n prise you. 5oc. and $1 00. 2 00 RG' Moore 9 00 300 H E. Bncklen & Co. Philadelphia (( Owen Allen '357 .Willis Allen ' 376 Moore i&7 or St. Louis. 303 (I 435 SS Dailey" 9 00 200 Total ; $9e6i.62 J W Mullins ir 424 Hardin Moore Mtlton Baker . 9 00 i8 8o w.a:b:daVisY u M Jb-JCeil422 J 9oa 1, " Special Ceromlssloner 0 f6 flK FLETCHER'S Fix FLETCNEK'S FOR FLETCHER'S 4b9 Annie E Miller 66 48 f "T J Niceley, Sbenff,a WUlwAlka ockc- 600 I 366 355 353 3..o 826 320 327 462 458 420 547 542 H H Isaacs W A Todd Bin Phillips CS Armstrong Log,n Arnld Mon-dayt- he - lo--- " 11 E. L. COCKRELL LIVINGSTON, KY. -- ! 1 1 The Helping Hand most start to what , l26 you -- upon bank count horrible in The Bank of Mt.Vernon- 0-- The Bank of Mt. Vernon Kern County, California Wants Farmers 32 , '. - BM J GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER Brodhead j. iiiii 1 1 J -- M3c3cSfe5c w rt" e Children Cry I CASTOR A Children Cfy OA.ST.pJR A O ASTORIA: Children Cry- j TT, 2Zlz. Wii V . -- '. v.. iJf-i -- . , t it- - . fit. 5J MT. VhRNllN -- -0 . ' TT- - - - - -- Y. . ..- - V.- - - S i NA , 1914 Moreshoeson.be $1.;'coubt6tfli J l"VA C. C. Cox will opeii a link 'of rvVtilo rt1..--- i .zm (ti li n : ,- a an a m vC &: ' V Ml VERNON, Ky Feb. 79 P I 1 Ut "No. 79" wlerr-- Q wjo toCornmunl. X. X? cats ivich SIGNAL r- i.ouvru.c 4 Nashvillc B 22 uoTtn.v 24 norm . B. Co. TIME TABLE. 4-5- 9 3"-5- 3 Pm am ! south 21 South 3 am 12:19 am ir.43 Tas. Landrum, Agent. Phone No. 8. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice mail matter. as gbcond-cias- s PERSONAL Aubry Martin is Lynchburg, Va. home from .7.-C- i- - . We are glad 10'report Mrs. Moore rapidly improving. J. E. Craig of the Quail section, has been very s'ck the past week, hut is improving. Mr. and Mrs. Will Manus are rejoicing over the arrival of their first born, a fine girl. L. H. Davis, J. H. Browning E-were up and J. L. Arnold from Livingston Tuesday. H. S. Matbis. a prominent horseman of Fayette County, was here during the week on business. 3. T. Proctor took his daughter, :Mia Amy, to Stanford to have an ' operation performed for an abcess son the throat. MW Mrs" Will Rigshy of Brodhead. tvas here Sunday, to see Mrs Walter obins, who has been sick q -fpr. 'J ' a les? days. -- .. -- Mrs. S. L. Bales of Cincinnati, spent the week with Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Furnish. Mrs. Bales is a sister of Mrs. Furnish. Mrs. Tom O'Maraand littleson. are with Mrs. O'Mara's parents Mr. Dr. and Mrs. A. G, Lovell. O'Mara was here for the week end. Master Arts'e Evans, of Orlando, was in town with his father. Mr. ;Mxand JW jvfy---'' ' AbeJ3vans ionday, andwhil Sigual o'Qjce an OreHaiafle'fhe appreciated call. W. S. Fish, the telephane buver has been conftined to his room at his home in Stanford for a few weeks. Mr. Fish has not been well far some time, LOCAL . s ". " . fc ' ., . . " : Dr. Frank Kirby was fined in nine cases for practicing dentistry without license. . tkw Embroideries, Laces, and goods, big line. Sutton & McBee. As usual Sutton & McBee will sell you Clothing, Shoes, Dry Goods, Floor Coverings etc. foi less money than the other man. k- - p-m- The Co itinental Insurance Com is canceling all their risks on farm property in Rockcastle and will quit doing business in the county. CARD OF THANKS. I wish to thank all of the citi zens who have signed my father's petition, and to express my heartfelt giatizude Signed, James M.NewcOmb Upland, Ind. is being made among the citizens that Mt. Vernon should have a Curfew law, and of representative a delegation A strong fight f ! - t citizens will appear before the town board at their next meeting and ask that the law be passed. When parents can't or don't try to keep the young boys off the street- at the unearthly hours, that the young boys ' are sometimes seen roaming the streets, we believe it is time .for the law to take a hand and see that they are kept m - otic and one halt miles South of t i - .Kpinme was m koulsyille, Pine Hill. t 16 acres in cultivation '" Report of the condition, of The Spring goods are now coming iing business at The people.,ofcMt. Vernon wore "Ihursday, on business. - Mr. 2 houses, 1 bams. 21 acres fenced Citizens B in at Sutton"& McBee '.-..- 17hiQV 1... J I ! 4.4?. If , .X lnc inCi. 10 . ead. County of with good wire, loo good younc the town o " Small pox aro uo.w confined. to,::;;f4fejVt,... , in- - apples trees, good well, most Mary i in our .' town Thursday, 4u;auHY-cefi- u u.y mr r of Rockcastle, Stale of Kentucky at TnlniliPv-nri- rl r,hPr..ic Jin Will sell1 this land, the close of business on 2 day of '"rV..-.-- ,i- -r iu-- .Dantzler of Lexington, Contralto, su ranee. RobeitKelleJ, Q. &0 land level. fyy" "Miss CoHnne Noel, engineer, visiting worth the money. I also hawt Feb. I914. assisted: disease: RESOURCES Toot'' Proctor ot 500 acres on Long branch, unim- Soprano. Mrsr Pantzler has a Bob Roberts. . r . . j Cox & .VVheeldon will move their very mil, rich voice wnich sneims section, is verjicK and not broved. will sell at S nn. Loans and 0 39,15702 twr afr- barber shop to the basement of controls admirably. Miss Noel a expected ts live b.tt a few days, ed and Has some timhar. snnwi'inai or., Overdrafts. the Rockcastle as soon as the r.oomj ciear bjgh and'vWsweetsopranb.lEnieryottongim and family fare about 46 acres is bottom land. 588 27 I unsecured is completed. 8,233 39 jTbe emira program was well visiting in Jelhco, Robert Cot also have 20 hp. boilerlindnrine, Dae from Bai.ks We will start our $15. Spring chosen and well' rendered, the tougim-wa- s in Livingston, Satur- saw mnt, grist una an appurten- Cash on hand 3.068 98 suits at $12.98. Guaranteed in blending of their voices in the day. A representative of the ances belonging. Also some good Banking Houe, Furniotrort norh'niilnr duet numbers producing a most Knokviile Brick" Company was town property. Will $ell an or ture and Fixtures 4.847 56 Other Asiesfs noi inpleasing effect.,, Satton & McBee. Mrs. Dantzler, here Saturday inspecting the fire Jail of this property at bargain. cluded under any of above as well as Miss..Noel,.has a very clay mine, which will be opened R. L, McF&kron, The largest, best, most, goon and the clay shipped to 362 58 Mt. Vernon, Ky. heads, expenses paid ot Mens Suits, Shoes, pleasing personality.ffecting nq otal $56,257 80 hats etc are now being put on dis- mannerism, sftfd' delighting her Knoxv.ilie - The series of meetA WINTER COUGH jber simplicity and ings conducted by Bro. Griffith LIABILITIES audience with play, at Sutton & McBee's. ',, A stubbord, annoying, depress- Capital Stock paid in, in dignity. closed Sunday night. Mr. Dave If you nave any photographs of This concert,,was tho first num- Mulli'ns-.haing cough hangs on. rack9 the cash a fine 10,000 00 body, weakens the ,lungs, and Surplus Fund scenes along the proposed Boone ber of the Lyceum, course winch mule killed by a train 250 00 Tuesday, often leads to young serious results. The Way please mail them to .las Maret is being presented tinder the aus valued at 190. There will be first dose of Dr. King's New Dis Undivided Profits, less exSec'y. Mt. Vernon, Ky. He wants pices of the knows 1, 150 32 Woman's Club. The preaching, at the Bantjst church, covery gives relief 'Henry D. penses and taxes paid them to use in advertising the Club deserves great credit for Saturday evening n.nd Sunday, Sanderf, of Cavendisb.j Vt was Deposit subject to ck. ( 34,001 03 in Boone Way. ennsumption, Time deposit 6,1013; of such high mTil conducted Ivy Gooc':i', of Crab Or- threatened with value and pneumonia. He several families have measles,' for Mt. Vernon. chard. Later, Mr.' Tom Proctor after having $56.217 80 Totals writes' "Dr. King's Disappearance died Tuesday morning nud will covery ought to be in New fami- State of Kentucky j Set. but as it is evident that in each' e?ery WORK FOR WOMEN'S CLUBS be buried Wednesday near County of Rockcasle ) and every case the spread of the Brush ly; it isctrtainTy the 'bestof all a of We R. H. Hamra and A. M disease was from the same source Laqgiord, who medicines for coughs," colds or A report of the Sage' Founda- Creek. course there is but little danger now of a tion shows that in-.- this county has been visiting .his for lung trouble." Good for children's Hiatt, President an 1 Cashier of Money back if not satis- the above, named Bank, do solemn spread of that disease. days, lelt, Wednesday fdr coughs. further we average three theaters, three several fied. Price 50c. and $l.oo. At all ly swear that tne above statement ; ten Cleveland, Ohio, where he lias a Druggists. Isaac Ray. sruandson of Daniel "public hallb', pride ouris true to the best of our knowltwo hospitals, two goqd. position wjth the' Wesep, H. E. Bulkjen & Co. phUklelphia. Boone Tike) Bowman arrived here schools, ' selves edge and belief, a on the comTuesday morning from Storkland asylums, two colleges, two jails Uulon. Telegraph Co. Mr Jphn or St. Ljoujs.. R. H. Hamm. Pres.. and Mis sMimie McHargue were in hotels burned and has taken lodging at Harve and twsnty-si- x pleteness o f A'. M. Hiatt, Cashier. BETHURUM& - LEWIS Livingston, Wednesday. Chas, Bowman's 111 West end of town. every week in frhe year. Subscribed and' sworn to before stock People are not compelled to go Jackson, who. Is tglegrgpblng Qn Attorneys at Law The youngster will be able to vote me this 9th day 'of' February 1914 for his uncle Felix for County to theaters and public halls, or the L $ N. R. R., is at home for Offices in Bethurum Bldg. show the new things My Commission Expires Clerk in I935 but hopes to ride in even to churches and hotels; so a few dayg. Will practice in all the Courts. m- while they are new JOHN ROBINS, Boone Way we may perhaps leave them to the automobiles over 1"Notary Public. Strayed: One hog, black with many many years before that large risk of incineration tha and'do a bigbusiness white' feet, marked with two these statistics reveal. But we time ATEXA3 WONDER. on about 2oo pounds; make children go to school; conse. The newly elected Fiscal Court came about Dec. 1 1913. Owner The Texas Wonder cures kidney quentjy we might reagonbly take met Monday and had a general some paints and pan havejsarae by paying cost of and bladder troubles, removing expense to see overhauling of offairs. The ques advertising and damage, MT, VBRNON, ?Y, grauel, cures diaoets, weak and are no! burned up that they departin our lion of reduction of salaries was Haley MuyjNS, all irregularities of the kidneys Only a little t pains and slight Fran tRooms over Baker's Store first considered and while the expense Phone is time well In the. Sjngleton Valley, 8 miles and in boty men and women. are needed. All school question was not fullv- decided, buildings can be made panic-profrom Mt. Vernbn. Regulates bladder troubles iu spent yet for the present the sheriff was by proper children. If not sold by your electric wires exits; ordered to pay the County Judge "druggist, will be sent by mail on can bo insulated;. construction that Come and See Them. and County Superintendent whose makes a receipt of $1.00. One small bottle building like a stove with salaries are paid monthly and an 'ever-readin two months treatment, nd se draft to fan any "WeStand By What You Buy" quarterly, thej sum of $50. per fjame can becorrected; waste tails to perfect a cure. Send and month, The question of salary for testimonials from his and other unprotected woodwork can be will bo linally dOtermined at the states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 kept away from the furnace; hot October term. The Court house Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold ashe need not be thrown Janitor was done away with and by Druggist. barrels in fact, the school the paupor business was taken out fires investigated A by yle Sage of the bands, of the Pauper Com-roitte- e Foundation table, in of 'the practically-ever- wee.attrib.u and placed case to the grosFOR FLETCHERS Magistrates, each Magistrate 'to sest neglect: look districts. The trouble is,-- we think of a school hazard as probably existing Miss McCord, who is Stcte over in the next county, or awaj Chairman of the Good Roads off in New York or San Franciscc Committee of the Kentucky Fed rather than in the very building eration of Woman's Clubs makes which our children attend. i ! the following request: That every Facts like thes&reiniud us that citizen of Mt. Vernon and Rock3Vour own Graded school is inade castle county do every thing in quately" WHEN I BEGAX DOIN'G BUSINESS WITH supplied with means ol his power to further the cause of exit, Thia-iespecially true when Gcod Roads durin the present large crowds afej;assembled in the sessio.i of ihe Legislature. chapel. Because of the draino Our Representatives waut to do the "school treasury in adding tw' four years ago, I had but .$5 . 00 to deposil. My business with what the people want done. i. teachers this year, attempts an the1 Bank for the first year did not amount to moch, bnt the Will yon not write Senator being made to raise money b and Rep. C. R. Luker; askCashier seemed to appreciate it. and treated me just like 1 had private subscription. It has beei ing them to promote and vote, for a million on deposit with him. Naturally, I felt encouraged suggested that another door b Senate Bill No. 236, and House and 1 said to my wife one right. '" Mary, yon just watch what cut from the chapel into the h 11, Bill No. 39a, which provides for 11 that 'a ladder be kept upon the a difference there will be in 'Bill's Bank Account next year.' a small amount of aid to. each roof of the front porch, and thi Well, to make a Ions: story short, I kept adding to my deposits; connty in the construction of a fire escapes be placed on the nortl the Bank paid me 3 percent interest on Savings Deposits, with model object lesson road lor the of the building. If you woul county. Also ask them to vote interest compounded I made three real estate d like to aid in this fi" for Constitutional amendment, trades in which I made nice money all went to ray credit our boys and girls, hand y ur providing for convict labor on and today "Bill's" Bank Account with Peoples Bank subscription to Mr. C. C. Davis, public roads. Doit now. Good treasurer ot the school is " Some Punkins." Now, Boys, if you have got the deter board, or Roads mean better business, be ready when 'the com mitte calls: mination and grit and a little bit of "old horse" sense, go to Good Roads mean .better homes, upon you. Th e expense will not get a Bank Book a little account Good Roads mean belter schools, the Peoples Bank be great. Good Rodds mean better churches go in to win jnd you can do as well as with your name on it -- Two bucks Kentucky is noted for its fine All together mean a better KenYes, and. Taken up: x tucky. one" ewe sheep came to my place horses pretty women, and excel- . about 5 months ago. Color white LANGDON ' MEMORIAL lent Blue Grass, from which Owner can have same by paying, , NOTES all damage. Kentucky peotakes its-nam- e The Basketry classes which were Lawrence Halcomb Is All ple are ambitious and stand organized last fall are greatly.en-joyed'b- y Feb. 6 3t. Pine Hil the pupils and excellent bred and borne things that-ar- c . but you've got to "delwei results are being 'obtained dre.-- s Kentucky Therefore, the goods to make goafl1-A class in making has re cently been organized1. This class garment playr the all imis open not only to High School portant part in a man's apis girls who live in the Dormitory is his pearance, and but to any girls of Hiwh School much loved by the people of Kento always buy a becorait g age. who care to attend. The BOX The made one. from which she takes class meets every Tuesday at 3 3 J TH aUTisli. - nrt vri IrwF PINE HflX. - I'dtt Sale!5? Job- - adres cf land x QUAKT'sELV heport 7W . IwwA KiitlHin' uu.ut, . . wb T I I - j-- Hn-Unn- 1 !- -- 1 ... 1 1 i & d six-year-o- "T"HE I J what's what styles, who man -- - SWANN We wears . tWPUre'-pburcftes- - "i- Swarm our 1 under-bits,weig- ht F H Conver Swann Hats, Dntit 49-S- .. - of iiDyyccyia JrLu An hour's visit Hat ment y 5- 1 int'-woode- n e a.ter-hisow- n s Bos-wort- h Baking Powder Saves Health and Saves Money and Makes Better F ill - Children Cry mm The Cash Store CASTORIA Fee BOY S ood THE PEOPLES BANK s semi-annuall- safe-euar- KENTUCKY KENTUCKY KENTUCKY it SILL. i & A . THE COMMONWEALTH LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY tucky name 1v for. in "Hot Air Right At Times." .a. ; dty f! . kt ' i'- t. a ? . .: -- "rst Wbgn vou want o'clock The Saturday evei.inj; er- social hour, always a regular fea-thyour propertv insured rem-the Home Insurance Co of ture of the school life, has become New York, is still writing faim a very much enjoyed event b ' business on installment plan In all the girls. The --evening: is in Rockcastle. Since the Continental , charge of the chaperone .,teacher week, assisted by a corn-onlhas withdrawn the Home is the 'of-th- e company that will write oj-- I mittee of the students, who act as the installment. When vou aret a ' hostesses. policy in the Home with its .three I Mrs. Dantzler and Miss. Noel ' million dollar capita!, vou get the were delightful guests at the best and safest. insurance to be Dormitory during their stay in had and don't pay any more for it. Mt Vernon. Their rjsit wasa Farmers, whenyptuwaut a policy, source of great pleasure to all. . just drop us a lineasd our Rep- - Miss McCord who has been sentative 'will call aii'd see you at sick for more than a week suffer-once-, .ingfroman attack of tonsilitis is. ;E; S. Albright', : Agent, recovering ana aopesto; be out Farmers: at Exchange PER The Fairtsi y you will ever make'is in exchange of a one dollar HU for a four-pa-ir box of rf ANCE CO is composed of Ken-' tUcky people, having mads greater strides in the insurance world than any other Kentucky company;, why . WEALTH" LIFE her 11 THE COMMON- INSUR- to-ord- er garments 1 sell are suited in . pattern, style and c.nt to the physical requirements of my customers. My prices are much lpwor than others, ' X 7ftavtetkttc, Made for the whole family. ' Comfort, style, fit and wear are5" yours for four months, .or. you , ' ' jet ww heee free, "We Stmt By Au w ,- EVERYTHING IN - -- notcall and see Chas C Davis, the druggist, and Jet him explainire fully to you why you should. carry the; Kentacky bred Imuraitge. ay& GENERAL .MERCHANDISE AT THE LOWEST PRICE. I WhtVwVuy " v '? w - t L. . OVER BAY . - f- 'h -- 1, FishlSo n Vi V . - soon. 5 :,-.- t" Com.TiooweWi life JiwrMcejO.,- &."" by CHAS CDAVtS, Jf'--f PINE HILL, KY . ..- -' tr ' f r 1 ifWWPC'.JV; v3U 1 . -- - T O-s- x " ftfeA?(fe0MERj Manager. x .. d -- .. i . if. - 'x i ,'' ' sift) ? r.f ww thas. Mt. C. Davis V'ernOD in" j .'.'"Saafcaa fH&tmi man i(t1irnJMijt. BJJE323jj - mmuA'VTriniS&GS iffvii, iii My JA'riitftfnv'iiii'"'"",'g-ijWP TTft Wrt-- y , ,7TT, i i--I Ky. DRUGS Chas.e.DaV.s Mt. Ve bn COMMISSIONER'S SALE?;" ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT JUary Chnsteen, i1''''' ' VS) Comuns'slonfcVss Sile Kdward O "Williams, PlfT . SKfrWs Settlciiient (Continued from Hd", page.'' 11 IN THK DISTRICT COURT OF Put? ttMTtit?riT3l'A'1iiiii lUUt lUlllUU U1A1QU ;, J'Ol.THr .." f'"irTTrVTT-- - ' .' ""r" PM. f-- v- :- -- - fn - fiBrrw-n- n.ilirTT fi- - , ,,.. r , ,-t, , ,tr , i Ky. i r. My Phone No is (39) thirty-nin- e We open shop at 7 o'clock am. and run open shop till 9 o'clock p m You are cordially place at any time hours. We don't anything yon don't welcome in our during our shop 1 ry want to sell you want,, but, oh my how we do like to sell you what you do want. Let us show you, CHAS C DAVIS Mt. Vernon.. Ky. ZBftHSHSEES S&te'gsSSlzsaU&l Vfc By virtue of a judgment and order of stile of the Rcckcat-tlCircuit Court, rendered at the January Term, 19H. thereof, 1 shall proceed to offer for sale at. the frontdoor of the 'Court tfouse, in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County,- Ky.. to the hiyh.st and best bidder, at public auction, on Monday the 23rd day of Feb i9i4, between the hou s of 9 o'clock a t m and 4 o'clock pin. it regular County Court day. on a credit of six months he following: described real estate located in RpekeatttU County on the waters of Roundstone Creek, and boun led as follows: ' Tract No. 1. Beginning on a rear he ridce road: thence north with rl to gum in a low gap ,bv "tho tSanu field: thence wsfto a hickorj on top of .the ridsre: ;tlienee nciirlv .liito b-i- Deft . tamps HPrron i '' KASTERK DISTRICT OP KENTUCKY Rnbe R;G-?ray!o- r Cox" ' lr 6 ' 5o In theoiVlatter P 5' i M H. Top Brown 9- - C G Herron II 9 13 Cash v . M.A'Sfeev.ensr "U75 .13 10 To 4 To -. 11 .V W B Potetet- II II C.P-Lon ng JSCumminis AmaCt)fa4rChas Wallin - ' "' I It JO Phtn-'me- r 9 zn 14 '.tt 7 8a -- do-jwoo- -n rni J W Brown Ed Sraith-DP C Lear ' li Hon Southard n Mardi Gras FDN FROLIC EESTIVHT NEW ORLEANS and MOBILE February 19-24, r - 1914 Tickets on Sale February 17t 18, 1 9, 20, 2 1 , 22 and 23; Rew L!init rcc? .riSinaI starting point not later than March 6, extension of limit to March 23, 1914, on payment of $1.00. ATTRACTIVE w STOP-OVE- R LOW ROUND TRIP FARES iarni: menee w h tliir eastern boundary of the Ivaswell with the Carter line to' a per.siiumoii tree; thence a straight line south to a paplar tree on the ridge road; thnce with the ridge road eant-- to the begin-nincontaining 2oo acres-mor- e or less, with 6o acres which was previously sold to James Proctor excepted . l ract no 2 . A house and lot in the town" of Hrnii Creek', Rockcastle County. Ky,, bound-a- s i follows: Beginning at a corner of Dr Lawell's h t near his house; thence "sourh 2S2 feet to an old elm slump, corner and stone, Dr Liswell's corner; thence rather northeast i49 to an apple tree and stone corner, to E J Williams' lot; themsi rathor north 27 feet to the spring corner of F J Williams lot: hence rather west to thj Langford line o feet to the tauuford coiner: thxnte ther north 08 feet with l.:i ;'.r.-"Hue to Kaster Mafpn's line lo a "s'one: thence rather with Mister" Mason's lim 6S feet to the beginning, containing about one acre more or less. farmc-thence g. f.-1 j oa'r. an the southern bniinarry antr x'ihf WWCabla J .V 32 00 9 00 9 80 70 Shut's' McGajh Lyree -- I3 00 9 65 ...Floyd Brock J4 J H Bennett It O J Cox it J A Brown jM 95o 9oc 1350 Craig "' lo ' 15 Iro Graves ' Jim Brown' B B Purcell t? Hull c?c Gran Leece 6 00 2 00 L Ow&ns & Co Richmond, Ky. F.eb. To the credirors of J. L. Owens & Co. of J'rfhnetta, in the county '.'f Rockcastle and district afore- aid, a baakrupt Notice is hereby, given th:rbn February 3rd I914 he said J. L. Ow ens & Co. was -l'uly adjudged a and that the first, meeting of hi cred rors. wiirfift-Kela the office of n drriigied referee in Richmond, Xy., Feb. 21. 19I4 at 1 o'clock-p- . m. , at which time the said credt tors may attend, prove thrir claim appoint a trutee, examtn tha Bankrupt, and trans othtr business as may properly com.before said meeting. A. R. BURMA T. Jr Heferee in Bankruptcy,. less 65120,00 amounuiii-n'udein Mt. Vernon and Krodhead "Graded School DiKtruts 251760.00 at ;o g-i- h. Bankruptcy' 4 Children Cry for Fletcher's The Kind Tou Have Always Bought,, and which has been in nse for over SO years, has borne the signature of and has heen made under his per-SjP Experiments that trifle with and endanger the " are hut health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. (jtXJ&Z?jfc, AfTrf VTT cits, -' Imitations and s.onal sP"ision since its infancy. AUow na one to deceive you in this. Just-as-good " ct-su-- - Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor On, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroysNarcotic Worms and allays Feverishness.-- For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation. Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It Tegulates the Stomach and Bowels. What is CASTORIA d GENUINE CASTORIA iBears the Signature ALWAYS 93 12 tt OS Huns L D Ross J no '!' m EvHtns Jauit-- s ro 13 per cent one cli 100. Tm Frauchis- - tax of 3 ": Wesierri Utiion Teograph qo. Co. 46u2 ooHss 3 8 6 1 251 7f- - 51. imoun'.inc-ludrd in Mt " Vernon 7 9 J4 Brock J PRIVILEGES. " Bny 'iCT?S naES3Ss & Crescent Route, or apply to As?t QjMn E.AicEn Ascat. 103 Street. LcxinKtoa,Ky. effect of a judgment. Bidders must be prepared tcTeomply promptly with these ter.ns, vG For the purchase price the puri'liasst must execute bond with approved bearing interest f ram 'day of sale until paid and having the force aud W Tate B C Atiderson 2. .(. 183 ii e.-- 94 Brodhead School Districts atio per cent 4 28 - ad The Kind You Have Always Bought In ch too use Ziu or 1-- uver okj Years ty T J Grives 21 6 Z Bmiick 92 Bullock ' WH Owens Tom Burlc' JB Logan-Vs- h 67: 9' 3o. 5 Oi 08-P- To Fran- hise on Adams lixprtss Co: I3040 00 less 3232 00 amount included Ml. emon and Brodhead Giiit-- d- School E)Ts: tricts Io8o8:oo at lo per 11 IBM MraUr Commissioner oi the R C C. Griffin, J MAaatias iVtJ MillerHarvey Bro. Co. Wm Py liter FA FJettfieV C S. rong:- - centdneacli loo lo OM To Franjlnse tax 1 10 80 Pulf-raa- THE KING C)F '' ALL'tAxATIVE"" -- 72 8s 1 5oo.no amount included 2V600 i BrodlfeaU and Mt Vernon 9 3 5 on Car Co" 7950.00 n lesi " SILVER SEALPAINTS SUSSr-"- - Save You 50 HONCST. SIMON PUHC miBABir constipation, nsp Or. King's New Life Pills. paul Mathulks, of Buffiijd, N Y , says thc-- are tlie "kjpji.oiall. laxaijvesr They ate a hlessii g to all my family and I always le.-a box at home." Get a box and get . well again Pnce 20c. At dmggists or ty v -- Pr Grdp'd School Dist riots 16 . 1 STOP! LOOK! LISTEN! 6.rtf SILYER SEAL. BARN AND ROOF PAINTS. Eight Colors. Thoroughly Reliable. TOEMK1"' ... . -- At-to-h1 TjtgiWJXinnld-- 7500 etch 70100 T. 75 o n 30 6J5o 00 at; iio jier cent on. : mail. H. E Bucklen & Co. Pgljdelpliia or St. Louis. COMMISSIONER'S SALE Lre Arnold "7 Hardin Moo'e J H Lambert . Town, of Living-to:llJJ L Thompson 7500 Vernon and Brodhead Gnded Fcliqol Districts 10 2395 at 5o percent each ,2-f- , Iru Wells'' WPKincer Pur J 1 Rj"iv u J'Bvamt (o wwww ij Z Blantqn VSJConunissi.tuer'sSale. 875 lister G DeBord Ac., II Defts Samr NlcKinney 7 00 By virtue of a judgment and orderJ n James 'Brock 9p. of sale of th j Rockcastle Circuit Court L rendered at the January Term, 1914, 900 '' thereof I shall proceed to offer for sale DM Cress' 675 at the front door of the Court llouse in ' Chas VahhlSok 5 25 Mt. Vernon Rockcastle County, Ky.., R L Bray lo 00 t AaJiFarTLree Summers Mrs. Vin- - believe I wouto have died if I hadn'l to the highest and best bidder at public Green Cres 600 auction on Monday the 23rd"day of "Feb it James Noe taken it. i914, bstween the hours of 9 o'clock a m 9 00 cek Was Unable to Attend to 11 After I begar faking Cardui, I and 4 o'clock p m it beinereeular Bud Anglin '2.5o Vernon and Brodhead Aiy of Her Housework. Jno, Griffin helped, and all three bottles re- County Court day on-- credit of six, 900 Graded Scliool Districts 488 months the ' following (C described rpal lifti-jbDoa- n lieved me entirely. 4.5o at 5oc each estate located in Rockcastle 'County 24400 IC 1 US Berry fattened up, and grew so much Ky, on the waters of Skeggs Creek 5!po By part of Commission and Pleasant Hill, N. C.- -"I t suffered for stronger In Bichard"Mnllins three months, I felt like an- bounded as follows: 69'4o (See Road Fund for three summers," writes Mrs. Walter BF,Li'MSyM Beginning at three sngar trees, or, other person alMgether." 34 20 balance) 106 07 where thev use to stand, on Hi Vincent, of this town, "and the third and .n. .t Citizens Bank 21 00 Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle- - east side of Skeggs Creek; Alienee fc286 i9 Total last time,' was my worst. (I Int to Pe p2es Bank. 123,40 acting. Its ingrvdients have a mild, tonic 012 w. xuupoies to a wntteoak and 1 had dreadful nervous B. Davis; War; thence S. 35 E 6o poles to a By amount pti fo'r cpustrt4Cting'- headaches and eifect, on the womanly constitution. ' double on the top of the ridge; Special Com prostration, and was scarcely able lo .fr one half mile of pive-roathence S 25. W fco noles t.n leladinB Cardui maket for increased strength, oan; inence sso w.7o T. T. Niceley, Sheriff of Rockcas walk about Could not do any of my poles to a blafct :frpi;townluut ill, direction of tle County in account with Rockimproves the appetite, tones up the rfer- ' th5nc? N ,?5,W 2.4 polegtoji'd.oublo housework. chesnut oak; thence north 64 not t n castle County for Bridge purposes I also had dreadful pains in my back vous system, ad helps to make pile, chesnut: t2enoe 13 nnloe u f fcv auiuil cuesmut oatc aim chestnut, ,jt uci IU J3y!p,tnount paid Peoples ' .. for the year i912. and sides and when one of those weak, sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. nne oetween w H DeBord and Baiion pike debt 13 50 To Advalorum tax on Cardui has helped more than a million uivision M VJ DeBord; thence with said sinking spells would come on me, I division By 4. per cent on 7074.621- would have to give up and lie down, weak women, during the past 50 years. lins N 6o, E 83 poles to astoneat aience: foreollecting 1.763iC55 at .05 cts on each 282 98 1 It will surely 3o for you, what it has thence withi c'oi poies to ihe spring; 881 .53 00 of taxable property until it wore off. the spring branch N 74, E By 2 "per centon 7o74.62 12 poles; thence N 12. K i2 poles to done for thejn. (Try Cardui today. I was certainly in a dreadful state of To Advalorum tax on a stone on the bank of said creek; thence .for disbursement' 1ML 691,250 L&JJRR Co. health, when I finally decided to try IT'rite to: Chatunwica Medicine Co.. pT down with said creek to the beginning By Ladies' . , Dent.. Oui'i-ino-X. exonerated property of i ..' r u.. timet,,; Ton ::.nz.is"i'j?!a:!.Jn- - and is the same land nr that Csxdui, the woman's tonic, and I firmly at .o5 cts on each, l.oo 345 62- Treatment for Wurnw- .- sent la rifiTSiSSf. J2 same land conveyed to M V DeBord 73786 at 25Cts on each loo. lRiB To Franchisq;tax en oy w a ueHord and wife when the diBy land sale of 5542 at 25cts vision of their lanrl tv mAa K.... 3l6,88oL&N RRCo Slid W H DeBord ami M v Txti i on each 1 00 J3 85 at each l.co this being the part which belonged to By claim pd.Neal I58.44 1 Parrett 98 30 To.o5cts.on said M W DeBord. From this bouu-- " Franchise tax on dary there be dedptirl n iiin,i.nr Bar.tlette & Griffin 2bo v sold and conveyed to J N Brown by the Western Union Telegraph .. U G Baker 55 88 Co "UIuanu wlIe durm 7i7. t.r their life time, and which is desdribe ", Lewis, Wilsbrr oVHix 5o 00 enc 4602 at .oscts on Our line of gCouch JCaskets J 2 30 as follows: 00 y vch No,22B A Coil Beginning on two nmn.il Micf....tn t. is unexcelled on Pullman To Franchise tax rij tltQ- anA 1?ma e t nt . ' I080 00 0.u uuc ui j in urown ana. Al W ton CarCo- - of 7950.84 DeBord; thence a S E gourse with aline By.vcb,No5)7 E 8ijo ro of fence and continuing in the same di3 07; Hearse sent to all parts of jjjj rection to two small hiBkorys on top of By Iut pd .EeopleSiBajik;; 195 00 on each i.oo To Franchisf'tax on A'danisl Pine Ridge; thencerS W with said De- By. claim W A D 7jo 00 ? mBr- hJgy lie bounty Bord a old line fo a spotted oak; thence 2(000 express 1:01340 aL.o5Qts By claim TJNlceley-V 80 poles to a black "5soak; thence All by Wire Promptly Filled on each 1 .00 67 N 26. V 24 DolftS to a rlniihln ,r,oi..i By cTan ? oak; thence N lo-Tranchrs-taxn,3arilri ,iiv 2o noleL fn m uauitng 7&I1 ine?ce lo l"e ifojcgtfr t this part is recorded beginning. Deed inthe Rocteas . ', Total; 7P7fli tie county court,CIer's Office in Deed 8,72 ssassp1" 1U Phone 94-Book No. 18, page 231, ' MT. VTC"R.lvnAr Trv -jvj. BianchjseJax.oiUeopl es, For the purchase price the. purchaser Special Qoifi Te COULD SCARCELY ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURTl Walte: T DeBord & c, piff HeuryfKfnp' S Bull.KjV 9.1 1'6 6 6 70 ABOUT " -- RELIABLE ROOF PAINTS. BROWN sad GREEN Per Gal. Per O 40c 5 to 10 Gallons 5 to 10 Gallons 58e 35c J4 Bbl. (25 gals.) KBbl. (25.eals.) .45c 30c Barrellots (50 gals.) 40c Barrellots (50 f alt.) 1 1 97 50 SILYER SEAL Mixed Paint best house paints made. Basis: Pure Lead and Zfec ?Total S32&6 39 and Pure Linseed Oil. Cost you 25 less, cover 25 more space. Guaranteed to pd W Kincrr last twice as long as ordinary paint. Ask for our Special Prices to yoa. Silo Paints, Cement Paints, Floor Paints, Flat Paints, Shingle Stains, Etc .Is Supt of Schp 2700 00 Low Prices on Varnishes, Varnish Stains, Wagon Paints, Carriage Pakts, Enamels, By 73786. .QiExonejated. Polishes, Glass and General Supplies. prop rty atnoper centon WRITE for Free Color Cards and Useful Information about Paints. Tell u " ea jh 1.00. 73 78 your needs and we will save you money and guarantee you satisfaction. By 5542 00 Sales at CO. lo per cent 01: each .100. 5 54 Incorporated. ' '. " By 340 Exonerated Polls less 26 n amber included :::. a in Mt. Vernon and BrodheacL !"?: Gradfed School Districts f0 3I4 at 50c each I57 03 By 509 Delinquent Polls less 2I number included iu Mt. BLACK . TO-DA- Y -- 3o2 ab'er inchiMed in Mt. 287 Tithes less 5 to 10 Gallons jSBbl. (25 gala.) Barrel lots (50 gsls.) Per QtL OdC ouc u 4nd KENTUCKY PAINT MFG. JESS?1!?. m ...........v ..WW. .$.. ..a. ........ A war-great- ly a Wholesale House of Chicago -- f CI Said the best advertisement for a General Store is to advertise every week in your local paper -- 1 W.. foii d: "-- -- J. E. Mitchell, of Pine Hill, Ky. Says the do just ""c bst way he can advertise, is to like he is doing Just keep handing the goods out t,; rv nr CHEAP FOR CASH UHDETAKSS orders S THE GREEN FRONT rt z is-t- hAAAAAMAaaAaaaAaaaaaaaiaaiaaaAaiAiMa ft ii x .i f ..-!- . at-.05c- ts oa JONAS McKENZlE w. a. U- - eo,i i.,i,, iR l-Kfik S. Dis - KLLanrd, Htfgyc. Selz Shoes THE . ELLS must execute honrl with $aoac963c $309&zyz& 4A KF' & fup-Jeathe- . m Kil- - LzLX. mB hVPK CSP: ity bearing interest; from the day of sale unui pam anrt having the forse and effect of a judgment. Bidders must be prepared to comply ' with these terms. . . onn..n -- ..w T J.Niceleyfr-Sher-fCounty, fpr-Scho- f lof Rockcie Bank Fund, forSke V t -- ottikCTeaw). ol. 13,66o at .oscts on eachjr.po ;6 83 "ROYAL B UE" r oool I.vtO. . . To dviiorum tax oi 1763005 less, 485670 amount '.. . To Baiikr ofJBrRdhea. Citizens Fran5on - Master Commissioner of the RCC OS Griffin, incluirf'Mt. Vernon Ky. 13,671 eXcilvToft; dtoitsori'"' XV" tQnJ., mSL -- .; .683 anTBrdiedG.raffedr' Lns5ncLca,277dS2, 00' ac 1 o per cent bu each rod. AM. fiA - &9i V6 " need a good pair of shoes it is to your interest to examine the Selz line before you buy f IF you - Padded; Sewed and new Stirrps and Stii- rs at a reasonable price Menfs Saddles, new, $4,00 and up Ladies Saddles, new, $5.00 and up Old Main Street back of Court House. , tti. 4 CASTQBiA iTB ki a il m m uioiuiv.Kinjinu.wnpnr.niiMi 41. Children Ory tuk (totllnds aj:,jj:. 1 2771-41 8 w ' .o?cts on each l.c !?"-'fT - 89.5 " .tangiblepTOperty of & N R Cfof 691260 lessi52925 grBgiiyclurled in Mt. L, eHb?!;. " &g&S$Mi!BSP'&- on 2 77 JONAS WoKENZlE M VERNON, KY. eAND HITOS PWt HWHEST MARXET PRWE w w mm aSMBbfts ? fi . . ' m.&f3h , One ApSUcation sooUms . m nil Irin W. T. DAVIS h ..a!4 Am'I.b SOcabox. At aS Dntofat. jwq iur irM tuapiM ana naot. Haln tadtttati.mM . aehffi nH,itiu.t n ...!u fl.. i.bu I .vernQnana.Hrpdneap - i GrodeduoolDistricts on each 100 UtiAv . v . 1$&M&$xl percent $x3&mx3&d 's 3tycx&x& I l Ii ' thi t My. 11 1 -- .Tw.fWTjuatm'r.J:. " ri rrnvrr.i,ri '," ;1688o,oo 1 9 .,. Isara : - ' ' c . .j .j ":"5'isk? - J ir-cjjr;,- on 14 14.91 tRv ,n-- ner cent for diS- - -. Dursemeni-o141t.n1 u ' fBf.6o - -" ,,; 'a: oj3h.'m - ii - z v. $-- v IJT V i. ia..WrABAvis, -e ,. - - R.'ij-- ?t 7t : T r" - ". YZJL 'atiinjnilmr Stteckl Coin. 'JUHM WHI I P & I.IL LMUMM I F VY i. .nvaa iv iv wmmw ivivBiiBr t1 vvr - ":. Mih.'rif . . fy .. "i.Tt-.rjirit-.1- M LMiIKe ar ' . iirSEiSX -- '- n JjrHVx .