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VERNON, . fwmiB 1 VHtl aaS&ii. - w F'S'V: w - ;-- y i ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY' FEBRUARY 20, ' 1914 Siltet - Established 1887 NUMBER 19 KfiS, x rim it4 . s? Ualt fhrn n ISl . shoes jv fflSi I &! vwlj,,ti i.jiw- .- i -- . .,. a . xa?, f n A IV pw. 9 b F l HBIBimHrHSiii' ,Pli3teW il V 1 ' , Smart New Styles ' Same Old Quality Who-passed HI&HiMI V BsmHH - lB BARGAIN BULLETIN " Mr. E. LiCockrell to his reward AVedne-- day nfght. at his home in Livings- Special Sales During Month of PI mmm February GREAT F I- - 'T552fcfS f if TirCfclP VI II II I I I 1 If tVJ I hi J rt ilSliiilfe5 TJITPCIHi I II I B-i- 1 f Llffl &KmBmgm& ri lfMlH" i Jrv MlO- t- 1V-- " 7 3 CT 2J The cat above like the cut below are actual reproduction of Sbou9 now ort our shelves Notice the low. comfortable hpl the new, heavy sole just the thing for a fine, medium weight durable street boot, in black arid No. 1378 lg our new Romp mode. STOP GUESSING TN BUYFNG CLOTHES Is it all-woo- ready for your inspection. Style l? Will it wear? Will it hold its slvape and good loots? tatu Price $3.B0a T guessing thanswer to STOP questions An buying Clothes. Quit taking chances on what wear will prove. Know beforey.Qu buyhemthat- - your clothes are right arid will stay ram n;- a oront V.Ufr T surprise to all, nof even his family expecting when tj&y bid him good night on Wednesday night, that they would find him" rold in d nth . on yesterday Without a murmur pr a struggle he end came. For several das he had been suffering from a very severe cold, but it was the least of any one's thought tha!t there was any ailment that would prove fatal. Mr. Ccckrell was one of the county's wealtiest and best busi ness men and bis death will mean much to the busiuess interests of the county. He son '' four years old The burial wilt'talr ninv of Richmond tomorrow afternoon. immediately aftersthe arrival of No- - 38, the north-boun- d passen ger, wnich wiir carry the remains to that city. - ton. .Bis death ' WINTER GOODS WILL GO THE July Picnic like Ice Cream at a mof-ning- tle of El GtROCERI s DON'T MISS THE BARGAIN PICNIC and the greati BANNER Ieaves.a.-wife2Aana.-litt!- e SUGAR 25 lb sack of best granulated Sugar. Special $1.20 The Pilgrim WASH POWDERS Clean Easy Soap est soap upon the market. Special. 3 bars for great Cold Water Soap. SOAPS fix Vl r Ordor for New. Voting Precinct TOM tbe-opiHio- KNOWN AS PIHE rJL., Special blend of Coffee, once tried, always used, 25ct value a MMbbag for $1.50 f IUC that A vO FELS NAPTHA 3 Boxes for right Style No. 769 is our new English Model. Low High Heel effect.- - invisible eyelets, in black and tsn Prices You kan if you buy Cloth-craf- t Clothes. It's all down in black and white on the Ciothcraft guarantee which insures all wool cloth, lasting shape, satisfactory wear and Hhck up the mak$25. ers signed guarantee with our Ay e own, f $4. 30-an- d 9S.00. service. You run no risk in these cuess-proo- f surprise you with the style, fit and service Ave can g',ve yOU Q We'll Other attractive models, all leathers at $3.50 & $4.00. Let us fit your feet correctly. A poor guess at your"size is painful. clothes at $10 to A slightly Clothes. If you are curious, ask to see our special t'ioth- craft values at $15, $18 &!$20, well-bui- lt ciothcraft sh lish, sturdy, blue serge of dependable quality 4130 at $18.50. We carry the largest line of Shoes in town. You can get Shoes here at $i,and $i 25 up; in Men and Women's. X Leaders in DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, SHOES examination : Miss Lyda Cook, John Walton and Frank Dees. W. H. Cottongim will take civil James Jones,- - the barber, has . moved his family to towu. C. A service examination here Frida-le is an aiJDlicant for thfi nnst Blanford, agent, here, has ,been -- A litile child of Mr. and very sick, but is some better at 7Mrs. Henry Porcesdiedof whoop- this writing A little cbild of Mr. ing cough, Wednesday. W. M. and Mrs. Robert McClure is, very Sams, of the Gauley sectiou, in-- J sick. Mrs. JohnGiaves, of Paris formed us that ten children at his is with relatives here Oscar bouse had whooping cough. Mr. was in Mt. Vernon, and Mrs Joe Smith, of Klmwood, Monday. Dr. W. H. Joyner is Ohio, are visiting relatives here. ! in Knoxville for a few days. A Mr. and Mrs. JSmtnet Quinn ew days ago the telephone t peo sent a slot machine to Mt visited relatives at Mulhns Sta-P'- e tion, Wednesday. Charley Mul Vernon to be placed in a public lius, the M.ullins. Station salesman p!ace in the town, Oar friend was with our merchants Satur- James Maret took the machine day. S. (S. Franklin, the Mt. and put it up. After completing Vernon jeweler, was here Tues- the job he thought see day. R. L. Thomas, oi Win- how it worked, so he began drop chester, has been here for a few ping nickles and dimes and quartdays. J. H. Owens, who has been ers in the machine until he hajl no very sick for a few days, is very more left. Then he began huntifeeble The little child of Mr ng for the key and found abat and Mrs. Buck Howard that Wade Graves had taken the !key has phnenmonia is slowly im with him to Livingston. Sq he S. E. Carter has a called up Graves and asked Tiim proving. to come at once to Mt. Varnon as "very severe case of rheumatism. We see in the last week's issue the machine had his money .and of the Signal that the newly elect he needed it. Graves caujhttb.e ed officers have made some grand first train north Now, if you changes alreadv. They are cut- want Jtp get. fight on your hands ting down expenses. They have just ask Maret how the new tna cut out some entirely. Now that chine works. Robert Spence, of fs business Sust keep cutting Berearwas in our town Sunday. and ere long the poor old tax pay This young man is nukirig fre- er will get relief, as at present ft quBuu visua to mis piaoe 01 late Next Fil from, what we learn one of tour is almost unbearable. day ivill be Examination Day hare school teachers is M rs JS TS, Pennington , cf London yk tinting relativeC fiere--jjjE- .llere are threeHh(t wmfake Ar-genbright SUTTON & McBEE THE CLOTHCRAFT STORE LIVINGSTON. become nfecesaarv in of.theQojfgtthat ac cording to See 1448 of the Ken tucky Statutes that it is necessary to create a VotingPrecinct at Pine Hill: It is therefore ordered bv the Court that said Precinct be and is hereby established. Said Pre pinct is to be known as Pine Bill Precinct and as Njv 12, with its boundary as follows; Beginning at Mulhns Station and excluding same; thence to Cluro with R. R. and including same; thence a straight line to J. Br Pike and including same; thence a straight line to R. L. MoFerron's mill place and including same; thence with the dirt road to Jesse Denney, and including him; thence a straight line to Jai Barnes and including same; thence a straight line to the forks of the road at Wm. Owens and excluding him: thence with the county road going e to Brush Creek ridge running off to Mnllins Station, a straight line to Mullins Station. Said Precinct to be in Magisterial to-th- It having Ji:LQUR high-grad- e, Finest Patent every ounce guaranteed of the finest made. CT fif LENOX SOAP IHMiy KnOW8 Every-- i IMIOX. 3 Bars for 10c I I i Light House Cleanser Armour & Co's greatest Wash Powders. Special, 3 cans for Perbarrrel Same Flour in Sacks 70 cA No.1sod Family Flour good enough for me,. a barrel only costs -- Jjt 50 - O J ) : :n:5 b uysasack $5 8c 8c v 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 out here this mouth. Shoes CORN Fine Sugar Corn hard to beat nice and sweet, CLOTHING, Underwear, Fine Can BEANS, per can, Riee Fancy Head - he-wou- ld ir. V Woodall, the hustling salesman. Dis. No. 1. G. M Ballard, J.R.C.C. of London, was in our town Tues day. Born to the wife of Oscar Copy Attest : Argenbrieht, a fine girl, on the S. F. Bowman; C.R'.C.C. 16th. Robert McFerron, of Mt. PINE HILL. Vernon, was here Tuesday. Sheriff Mullins arrested a man by Rev. L D. Gooch filled his rer the name of Eversole and one by nlar appointment here. Saturdav the name of SI usher here, last night, Sunday and Sundry night. week, and lodged them in jail at Mrs. L- G. Palin, of Livingston. Mt. Vernon. We think we aie has returned home after spending furnishing our share of the pris- a few days wiih her parents. Mr. oners. Mr. and Mrs Levi Oliver and Mrs- John McHergue. Mrs entertained Friday evening m Lula Carpenter, sf Blanche, is honor of Miss Reta Oliver, of visiting relatives here. Albert Hazel Patch. The following were Proctor is very sick at this writ present: Miss Jfithel Hayse, Car- ing. Foster Berry, who hss been rie Ponder, Virgie and I etna working at Blanche for some time Summers, Rena Oliver, Nellie is at home for a few davs. Mrs. Rice, Tempest Ward, Edna Han-se- l Rob Pike, of Livingston, is visit aDd Ella Mae Farley: Messrs. ing Mrs. Albert Durham, of this J. A. Childress, I.W. Catlin, Scott place. Miss Elizabeth Gentry, of Diokerson, McCormick Martin, Spiro spent from Saturday until Edgar Herd and Charles Brown. Sundayitfith her friends, Missass Delightful refreshments were Mamie and Delia J&cHargue. L. served and all report a nice time. G. Falin, of Livingston, was here Miss Myrtle Southerland, who a few hours Sunday. Tom Han has been visiting nJatiVes, in seU typhoid fever. George Lebanon Junction, qas returaed Durham and, Mrs. Proctor Were home. I. W Catlin, freight agent quietly married at Mrs. Proctor's here, was in Lebanon Junction, home, Tuesday evening. J. E. Suaday, visiting .home folks.- Mitchell has jusfr received a p&taht boden Carter, son of Mr and Mrs. on one of he most complete S, ,E Carter, left Sunday after flamP chimney, holders that was noon for Louisville, where Jie will ever invented. enter Bryant and Stratton bust-nes- s college. -- RICE BEANS New Michigan Navy "Cc hand-picked 8c J WHOLESALE You can buy at wholesale prices all during February. JB 3ans. Special. 5 lbs. for . Alaska Pink Salmon, packed in heavy rich oil, V2,c SALMON Special, No. Cans value " 3 for lO C( Remember ! This is MATCHES of Capital Matches every 4 one a good one. Special, 3 Boxes for ' the big 5c box BAKER'S ment and when advertise- - l( C U.G. advertises a Special Sale, he has the goods to back it up . A FEW CAR-LOA-D SPECIALS-AMERI- CAN FENCE Big Stock Low Prices PROGRESR STOVES and RANGES FURNITURE and CARPETS Stoneware and Hardware FLOUR, FEED and SALT' i Tie Right Goods U.G.Baker ROCKCASTLE The the-attractio- i. . v y : OASTORIA i Chrt ''Fit CASTOR I A ftr ui'CUUrwt, UttmU , ,Cry 'FLETCHER'S , TIm tv. UMYMLlhifiUwart IncH :Btrst 8hfwrtrof "THE STORE" THAT Big Store DOES ' -- COUNTY'S Rigiit Prices THE BUSINESS." - n: . sa. NIT; .VERNON SIGNAL 4 000 yearly for .ilevcti ycai'ri At wagon ot iheguwd roads move tti rate of $4:000 ber mile for , h ment siiin th?'v 'an r,h stand rottds as proposed to be built. t.lai (. 0 ,orts, ana. iyiMar.i p " Friday, Ipeb. 20. 19 14 would give the State nt.avr.oi taking m tho inopo-iti.Hv . ..t nines per year average some tin i r follow in he tr il . .f the 'published every Fridayly thing very tangible for the people lonorae p.ro. l.lazrd oat by the EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, impatiently Jo ,k Rio.val thirteen month ago is " lu !,., 1,1 aaywn-- n uaigiau .. dence tbnt the sane civ . iVA& .w uie entire 0.1'UU will be arailahlh . iiBKiniuw ..., ...s r- - uini 4 tor uie punitc use and bsiipfit know-it-all- s that ihc.v have atAdvertising rales made known on What vistas of new thoughts and tempted to have manyjeopl' new opDOrtuuities thee highwajs 'hruout application i'n country believe. It would open up can be left sifely is something on the 01 a 1 COM M1SST0N It'S SALE . ai 1 I ua J .,oyTe ""; bu rsft T Lk.7" IE &.. -- ' -- 1 I I o c-v wm n!ii,.!.r,,,.i.i.. . --- S5SS Vjfi i:...a i A " VS1 inti..-.v.;- mil.'.'."! ..:-.- " 11 V,imiiii .V.'" niu to the imagination of the people It is not only in what are comKENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION monly considered the places of the State that lack of highways shut in the people and rob them of their right to live and prosper in their pursuit of happiness. In many counties there MEMBER OF deaijibed order ilS'.'.U'.HiViiir.'.?.'.! ftvaiiiiBB. I I 1 are sections absolutely inacces is a proposition for building 6200 miles of turnpme in Kentucky by State and Federal aid. According to Louisville Times nearly every county seat would have from 4 to i trunk lines leading to adjoining county seats. Rockcastle map' shows up six as follow: One road leadi ug to each of the following places: London, McKee, Richmond, Lancaster, Stanford and Somerset. Below is estimate of the cost for State Highway sys'em: Total number of mijes G 200 to connect all .county Average cot p r mila 4,000 Tatal cost of con se-its There struction 24 800,000 cent basis. Comparative Tax Rates. Kentucky pays $5. per thousand Would pay $5.50 per thousand ,i aiaie aia. Arkansas, 21.70; witn Washington, 36.39. is one of lourteen States that has no bonded debt. Massachusetts his a bonded debt r.f $116,000,-000- ; ; New York, Tennessee, $11,000,000 and Vir ginia, 9,000.000. Kentucky has 26.000,000 au-e- s of land and a property value of 1,200,000.000 taken on a 60 per .c Kt-ntuck-y 80.0-''0.000- State tax of 5c on the one hundred dollars $600,000 Kentucky's part of the $25,000,000 proposed Federal appropriotion is 1 583 000 County tax ,18300 slble to wheeled vehicles in rough weather, and. in order to carry this agument to its fullest, it must be told that the wealthy county of Jefferson has some mud paths which would do justice to the poorest of mountain communities This is irue for the very good rea-sothat there are so many communities chmoring for ro ds and more of them these enlightened days that even the wealthy county of Jefferson cannot keep up with the demand It is because of all these facts that Speaker. Terrell, born and reared In a country community wants roads for the people of the Commonwealth, ard thought and labor to cause the construction of rood mads thru State aid for the en let prise There can be no doubt that one good reason why more Kentucky lowland capital is not invested iu the development of .Kentucky resources is the fact "that especially in the mountains the virgin'lands far from railroadsare hardto get to, and few are the capitalists ol sufficient physical endurance and leisure to spend days prospecting " The Times pickt up this 'advocacy of Government aid to 'roads twelve months after the Signal first mentioned it. At that time the Times was mightily ;agin" the proposition on ''principle '' now on the Subject, it hollers the loudest "how we apples do swim." n wil-give down find ivaHh int-.- u" fi rht with us, we welcome all the iofis ei we can get, but after th t is Aonforthe love of mike don't "-v- j .. bitt ..:i . no ciuni, for pi these publishers to swallow the doses prescribed for them by us, a year since Well bos bolt 'tin us onfession however and . uiii: !!iVI inn. ;::'! iini;:::."i a ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. , B, thel Wren & Etc. Plffa. VS) Co.ntnisijioner's Sale Ethel Young & c.., lty virttta of ju:!gnvnt and onle'r of dale of the Rookeast-Circuit Court, rendered at the .lanuary Term, 1914, thereof, i shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the Court House j in Mt. Vernon, Ky., to the highest and best bidder at public auction, on Monday the 23rd tlay of Feb. 19i4, between-thhours of 9 o'clock a m annw4 o.clock p m. it being regular County Court day. on a credit of six months real estate lo j the following described cated in Rockcastle County, Ky., on the waters of Rouridstone Creek and bounded as follows: IlkRIUR f-- STYL CLOTHES e 3H THEY PREFER OURS Simple as A B C Ours Cost Less Ours Wear Better They Have More Style It's about as difficult to describe thrae new clothes as to write about the prettiest girl at a Leap Year Party. You've got to see her with your own e) es. Maybe you'll like her if you don't there are others- - So, if, ) one suit doesn't please you, we've another. It's a question of taste. Prices ? That lies with you. The better the clothes you buy, the longer they last and the better they look while you're wearing them. But everyone prefers ours. They are best m 'a " !""'::':::'' :;;;: KiH ff-'h- ciimaou. uider headlines raying "5ee hhat IT will I done." he the purpose of THREE STATES to devote a great deal of its space to the interest of go-roads Wo believe there is no other issue before the people of o.ir section as important for the up building of our country. We know newspaper talk is very cheap, and it takes a lot of talking before an thing is accomplished, but we know there is more interest in this good roads movement than just talk ar,d that the people will quit talking some day and go to work. Bjone Way already has some support in Congress "and we believe if the people living in the section thru which this road vM pass, will organize, they can pro duce something besides talk-- out of our Nitional Congress We are aware of the tict there are a great many demands mide upon our public treasury and a great many are seeming appropriations having le-- s merit thin Borne Way. MiddlGchoro T.iree States, i d yS i&kA i:;lijgtQg i.vC. i:Jijjjl ' f- - More and Cost CALUMET BAKING POWDER ply follow your customary method of preparation add a little less of Calumet than Economical Both in Use southwebt 63 poles with Mayo's line; thence northwest to a maple near the month of a driin; thence a straight line to Ramsey'sliqe; thence with Ramsey's line to Cook's corner: thence east with Cook'slinejto'his corner; thence to the beginning, containing by estimation 25 acres more or less. For the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond with approved s 'curity, bearing interest from the day o.'sale until'paid and having the force and effect of a jndgrnent. Bidders must be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. G. S. Griffin, Master Commissioner of the RCC; Beginning at Majo's corner near the old school house on a white oak stump No Wonder, COMMISSIONER'S SALE ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT The Bank ot"Mt Vernon Plff VSJComntissioner's Sale C H Rice & C G Bowman, Admr of H W Bowman, Hefts By virtue pf a judgment and order of s.ile of the Rockcastle Circuit Court better work. And it does Sim- - measure when introduced in the House. The Republicans of this district who elect d Charley will no doubt apprecia'e his efforts on this important measure, as the bill was introduced and the hard fight is being made to make it a law. not for the purpose of regulating the insurance busiuess of Kentucky but to provide a graft fund for some and enable others to build up a poli ical machine for the next State race. C. K. Luker, Rockcastle and Liurel s representative goes on record as favoring the Glenn in durance bill and voted for the more wholesome. Calumet insures baking of an expert. your grocer today. Light, fluffy, and' even- praised the baking comes from the oven more tempting, tastier, watch the result. when using ordinary baking powder. Then rendered at its January Term, 1914. thereof in the above styled caiue I will offer for 8 ale to tin highest and best bidder, at public auction, on the 28th day of February i9r4, between the hours of 9 o'clock a m and 4 o'clock p m, the following described property: One steam saw mill, engine and boiler and all the appurtenances to the same belonging Thtf) sale wijl ba made where the property is now located, it being onthcj lands of Jeroms Cox on the head waters of the Long Branch, in Rockcastle j -- WUUUJr, E. L. COCKRELL LIVINGSTON, KY. the Ask Received Highest Awards World's Pore Food Exposition, Chicago, Illinois. 1MF3 jPOWOt Sale will be made on a credit of three mon'.hs bearing interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect ofajudgmsnt Bidders mu&t be prepared to comply w;th these terms Master Commissioner of the RCC f GS Griffin, 1.183 000 'One his' Committer of House of Representatives atWash-ingto- n when the work of Mrs. equalcll years time required to Cora Wilson Stewart, of Moore-heaconstruct the system. Rowan county, Kv.. was Increased value of land and the value of this system to the State investigated. There are now but Wouldn't the Glenn insurance six illiterate persons in Rowan bill, if cannot be estimated. it should become a law. skfn humorsbiackheads, pimple.-Eczem"The movement lor good roads county. No other couuty m provide the present blotches, red unsightly Auditor. FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF A : in Kentucky has been going for nas sucn a rec r, Henry M. 'sores, and leaves your skin clea KENTUCKY Bosworth, who wants ward lor many years, but at times Every and healthy. Get a box to day. citizen, except the six to be Governon In the Matter next time with c Guaranteed. All druggist, 5oc. or ite progress became a'.most mentioned, can read and write splendid 1 I In Bankruptcy by mail. means of building up a Rockcastle Count Fair and sava for the fact and nearly all of them do some political machine Pleiffer Chemical Co. Philidelphia tor his proposed association the economic value o' high- figureing. This remarkable con- Pght. fiat T the ehame of any Ken- Richmond. Ky. 2 16 14 & St. Louis. ways has become a recognized dition was brought about by the tuekian and more esneciallv a. To the creditors of Rockcastle principle one- - cannot boast that work and efforts of Mrs Stcwatt State official who would favor County Frtir Association, of Brod- much has been done to provide Moonlight schools were establish uch an arbitrary measure that head, in the conntv of Rockcastle the state in general with roads of thruoui the county to, accommo- would injure and retard the bu.si-pes- s and disMhr'afo e;aid, a bankrup any great serviceable value. Of date workers who could not go to N itiut: in heivby yivpn thit on interests of the State as late, however. the; principle has school in daylight. A number of this would. The voters' should Fehrutry 9th the aid Rockcns.le become t&Tbig a thing to be kept pupils were 70 and 80 j ears old remember in their supplicatum-t- o County Fair Asso iation ws duly out of sight, and The Times along Teachers and others volunteered Diety, those who have led adjudged a bankiupt; and that the with other great elements in the their services ard under the euid the risrht for this nutm C7 orpine of its creditors will Commonwealth has brought to ing hand of Mrs.Stewrrt so much moaeL ho held at the office of the under WM ' the p'ubKc eye the need of a sys enthusiasm was created in Hip signed reteree, Richmond Ky, on tem of communication better tlwn work that in less than tluea years $loo REWARD, $loo February 28th 1914 at 2 o'clock p any other in the country. Rowan county has gained the I The readers of this oaoer will m., at which time the said crediill l Terrell Leads Fight. rroud distinction mentioned here e pleased to learn that there is at tors may attend, prove their Leading Xhe fijrbt in the Gener in. Mrs. Stewart has been Coun leaht one dreaded disease that claim, appoint a trustee, examine al Assembly is to be found the ty Superintendent of schools, and science has been able to cure in all the Bmkrupt and transact such sturdy figure of Claude B. Terrell there is a call thruout the Com- ijs stages, and that is Catarrh. O'her busin ss as may properh Hall's Catarrh (Jure is the only Speaker of the House of Represen- monwealth that she become a positive cure now known to the come before :aM meeting. 1 tatives, a resident of Trimble candidate for State Superinten medical fraternity. Catarrh being A. R Bijrnam. Tr .ifcn county and a man of the soil, who dent at next election. a constitutional disease, reonir a Referee in Binkruptcy. w constitutional treatment. Hall's would see the country dweller, the ItntafKhn It is a foregone conclusion catarrh Cure is taken internals. For Sale: 1.00 acres of land, Mwf Mratai farmer and the stockman getting that Congress will pass the bill acting directly upon the blood and one and 'one halt miles South of more out of life and getting it mucous surfaces ol easier. There is no limit to the giving Federal aid to the various thereby destroying the the system, Pine Hill. 16 acres in cultivation foundation improvement in the condition of Stales for building highways. of the disease, and giving tne 2 houses, 2 hams, 25 act es fenced living possibly when means of To share in this appropriation the patient itrengih by building up with good wire, loo good young easy transportation of corps and State puts up one dollar where the he constitution and assisting apples trees, good well, most of" Government puts up one hundred nature in doing its work. The land level. Will sell this land incoming comforts are at hand. is en? The proprietors have so These things being known to cents. The Kentucky Legisla- faith in its curative worth the money. I a'so have of powers tnat the busiest sections of pasj a bill enabling nnr they Offer One the Speaker, he has put his heart ture will HimHrpH Dnllorc 500 acres on Long branch, unim 0 -. in the cause of State Aid for Good State to meet these requirements. for any case that it fails to cure. proved, will sell at $2.00 per acre our store does not Send for hst of testimonials Roads. He knows that the lock .Now in case Congress Has some timber, some coal and The men and young men AddresF. J. CHENEY & CO about 4o. acres is bottom land. I make a direct appropriation for ed in treasures of the mountains Toledo, Ohio. who want the latest and Way, it bewill enable those counties, long constructing Boone also have 20 hp. b6iler and engine, Sold by all Druggists, 75c. best, in good tailoring have supported by the balance of the hooves the cities and towns and Take Hall's Family PilIs for saw mill, grist and all appurten the people along its proposed constipation. found thev (an ffefc inat. ances belonging. Also some jood Stateas "pauper," to take their route to get together and organtown property. Will sell any or what .they want heiv. place amongst A WINTER COUGH all of this property at a bargain. those honorable and honored ize for the purpose of showine We show over 1000 All. A stubbord. annoying, R. L, McFerron, counties wh-cmv thpimwn that owing to the vast importance ing cough hangs on. depress. "HII ,or racks the Wool Spring Fabrics of the Joone vay route the "connect body, wav that is. whon mnrio or k:n Mt. Vernon, Ky. weakens the Jungs, and which will afford very latest weaves and colingress au5 ,1Dg hnk"' il jhoult be the first to often leads to serious results. The be constructed. The reasons are first dose of Dr. King's New Dis -- Two buSktW and egress to the groaning wagons Taken up: ors, which we make to your which shall bear outward the pro- many why this great trunk line covery gives relief Henry D one ewe sheep came to my phe own measure at without un- Sanded, of Cavendish Vt., was about 5 months ago. Color wh.tc. duce of those hills and valleys, should be put thru threatened with onnsnmntinn Owner can have same by paying and which shall bear in the in- necessary delay. What say you after bovine to H nneumonia. Commercial Clubs, businessmen. writes- - "Dr Kind's all damage. creased comforts ot the outside New n?. covery ought to be in eery famiworld. It is for reasons such as farmers and every citizen? Lawrence Halcomb' See Our Line Before. You ly it is Certainly the bestof. all Feb. 6 3t. P,ne Hill these that Speaker Terrell is in Our city papers that were rntuicmes lor cousrh.c rnlds nr 'Buy Your Kext Suit. the thick of the fight for State "agin,J Government and ' State aid lung trouble." Gord for children's BETKURUM & LEWIS " WE STANU by WHAT YOU BUY." Aid for Good Ko Hs. which to roads one year ago on coughs. Monev back if not satis i eventually will unite the county pie with a big P, fied. Piice 50c. t.nd $l.oo At all Attorneys at Law are fairl g seals of the Commonwealth. tumbling over each other in their Drugg sts. Offices ' in Bethur'um Bldg. H. E, Bulklen &Co. Philidelphia There will be required $2 366,- - mad rush to climb into the band or St. Louis. Th Gash 8tor Will practice in all the Courts. 2,309,000 24,800,000 divided by $2,366,009 a ui d, per year Total amount of income the Educational : of America's greatest teac is the conclusion reached by HORRIBLE BLOTCHES OF ECZEMA Quickly cured by Dr. Hobson's Paris Exposi nczema umtinent. C. P. Caldwell tion, France, LKarch,1912. of New Orleans. La., states: "M o? doctor advised me to trv 'Dr Hob son's Salve.' I used three boxe-o- f Ointment and three cakes of Dr Hobson's Derma Zerna Soap. T. T't- 9a'1 "7 moat "J""1 ya W !p or ; hui powucr. von t ce ttuiieo. Coy ulamet. It i day I have not a spot anywher I me btttrcoJ&. r M1?""alnnii and tcaa. iiujuci U iar superior to sour millc on my body and can sav T am cured." It will do the imi 'm IN T3E DISTRICT COURT OF you. Itssootning, healing, anti ?eptic action will rid you of a THK UNITED STATES i I -- The Helping Hand you can most surely depend upon in time of trouble is your bank acBetter start to acquire a' count big one by depositing what you have You'll Find the necessity of thinking before paying a great Incentive to saving. When trouble comes what yoti have been prevented from frittering away will make a comfortable balance . a 1 fa The Bank of MtVemon- - nraarsrnn j The Bank of Mt. Vernon I -- V ffly"- Kern County, California Wants Farmers This may seem impossible to joix but not so when you know that Kern is as hi01 as the whole State of Massachusetts It is a wonderful county and hundreds are xnakirrg good here. have issued a beautiful booklet telling much about Kern County. This booklet will be sent to you free, together with a map of California and a copy of SUNSET MAGAZINE, the monthly guide of the homaseeker and saltier, if you will send 11s ten cents in stamps to help defray the cost of mailing. "We -- "Kern County has; room for 200.000 settlers. n auv jy 11 l 1 OUR Tailoring SUNSET MCAZINE SERVICE BUREAU, Sa Fmciici, Ciffiriu m-ic- h W- GRANVILLE OWENS 1 self-respectin- g UNDERTAKER BrodHead Ky 4 J I -- COMPLETE LINE 'Coffins, Caskets and Kobes xMail, $12,50 $45 Telegraph or Telepuune oraers tromptiy lied. -' wmtm. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S 1MJ4 "p-inc- J. FISH SON 4 CA;STORI.CASTORIA Cliildreib Cry FOR FLETCHER'S s5f5n?- J" Ov. -x v- -i l'fW ,Mmmmmmm M MHHWtiM LV.fc.-..,- QUARTERLY REPORT Report of the condition of The ----- "i - I -- ". -- - NIW r ) . 1 PUBLIC SALE Having sold my farm, I will on ' Report of the condition of The Mts. Linda Benton and son Mt. Vernon, Ky Feb. 20, 1914 temper Bank of Mt? Vernon, doing busi- - Peoples Bank, doing business at Friday, March 6th 1014, on the John, are with relatives in M Col. Gus Steverson, cue of our for a few weeks. After ness atthe?town of Mt. Vernon, 'the town of M. Vernon, Coanty premisesof the .irtn, situated 1 most progressive farmers, who tip "No. 79" wtien their return they will 'likely move County of Rockcastle, State of of Rockcastle, State of Kentucky, miles north o Wildie, on tlu wan toCommuni .pusftev, lives about oue and one half miles cote with SIGNAL Kentucky, at the close of business at the close of business onf 2nd day Round tone croek, offer, forsale to M Sweetwater, Tenn. J. out on the Crab Orchard road on da-of Feb. 1914. . Cnig, of ths; Qu-u- l to the highest bidder, all of my section, was in jon 2nd v of Feb- - 19U the proposed Eoone Way, has a RESOURCES RESOURCES , town Thursday of last week. personal property; consisting of W. cave on his farm near bi? house 81,420 20 one pair work muls, 3 and year 83,989 40 Loans and Discounts Loans and Discounts 4 which will iurnish enough water t J. McQueen, of near this place, Overd raft s,f Secured and Ovei'drafts, secured and old; one mule i told a pair of 7 year old miFes to ig 2 years; ono for th's and several other towns of. 640 10 mare coming 4, u foal; one filly unsecured 752 75 unsecured ;ts size. The Col. has the water "J. M. Cress, of Preachcsville. for 16,921 73 coming 3, on. Due f rom ahk 7,000 58 Due from Banks lOUVVILLC & NASHVILLC R. R.CO. 400 00, and bought ed mare, two a pair of 4 j ' piped to his reside ice already an 1 "4.S22 93 milch cows, two 5,427 52 Cash on hand year old mares at Maplesville, Cash on b arid heifers, will be TIME TABLE. it runs naturally without artificial Checks and other cash Banking House, Furnifresh soon; 11 Laurel county, for the same steers, 25 22 north 4.59 p m pressure, and will throw a stream 215 33 hogs, 300 or 40j 1,670 25 items money. J. W. Proctr is confin-ledtoh- ture and Fixtures ishels of corn, i 10 iniriv ieet in cue air. 24 north 3:53 a m twenty A.1". Banking House, Furniare made room with rheumatism. Other Assets not included 50 bushels oals, 3 st cks red top 23 south ii:43 a m He says he is thinking seriously 7,577 57 hay, 100 shocks fodder, one ture and Fixtures any ofc above heads, Robert and Willie Cass, two Laura under m .the seat and 21 South 12:19 am of starting a modern dairy and Howard, Lizzie Expenses paid 184 22 Other Ansets not includhorse wagon, o':ecut under surry, Brumetti, Blanche will use this water in that as well J as. Landrum, Agent. wide in the leg. $99,024 72 ed under any of above . Total with pole and shaves; some wagon Howell and probably others h ve as his residence anr' stock barns. 118 37 plow and buggy harness, one set heads, Expenses paid Phone No. 8. LIABILITES had measles the past few days. $111,216 23 oiacK smttn Total P. E. Owens, a carpenter, aped All are gettibg along flue. Dr. Capital Slock paid in, , some carpenter Entered lit the Mt Vernon, Ky. Poitoffice aboUt thirty-sevwLIABILITIES who came W F. Caitar sold a uair of mules in cash 15,000 00 stay on and they tools and a lot 01 other impliments mail matter. a. stcond-clas- s Lt too numerous to mention. here from Paris, Ky., lst sum to Ed Barsrer for $290.00, and a Suiplus Fund 6,300 00 Capital stock paid in, 20,000 mer with his frmily, consisting of cow to W -Undivided Profits 1,118 31 in cash Brooks for $js0. 500 or 6co pounds of meat, some PERSONAL 2,100 his wife and four children, left! Mr.' win Pflrlptnn Deposits subject to check 76,60631 Surplus Fund lard and sorghum molasses, all of of TJrnnlrc A. J- - Gentry is again a resident Highnite, Bell county," where he ' near Louisville, is very ill , 428 Total $99,024 72 Undivided Profits my household and kitchen iurni-turat the of Mt. Vernon Deposits subjact to check 88,688 23 nas neon employed by a coal com- - residence of her father, Win. Kentucky ) y State of consisting oi one steel r.snge SCT. $111,216 23 cooking stove, kitchen cabinet, Total .fohn N'celev, of the Burr secabout January 10th last, sup- - ale. She has tuberculosis and We carv a large County of Rockcastle j tion, has a severe case cf typhoid posedly with the intention of com- - j s not State of Kentucky ) side board, round extension dining to live but a few stook of tliem and We Jonas McKen.ie nnd W. L. Sct. inn home to his family, but since days. -- R. S. Martin is very sick fever. table, dining room chairs, rocking can Ht you and all Richards President and Cashier of County of Rockcastle ) Mesha'c Gentry was in Louis- that time nothing has been seen or this week. He has a very seriou and other chairs, bed room suit, We U. G. Baker and F. L. your friends. ville this, week to see Earnest heard of him . His family are here ' attack of asthma, and owing to his the above named Bank, do solemnPresident, and davenport, couch, combination ly swear that the above statement Thompson, Jr., and need his assistance. Any Thompson. book case and writing desk, chif his reCOvery is somewhat is true to thebestot our knowl- Cashier of the above named Bank fonier, center ' table etc. This Several members of the families formation as to the whereabouts doubtful. -- Ed Hurt has been at edge and behef. do solemnly swear that'the above the of Robert Cox and Gene Brown of this man will be appreciated by home several davs on aCcount of statement is true to the best of our furniture is all practically new, McKenzie, Pres., Jonas Mrs P. E. Owens, at Mt. Ver- - L u !lHaMr - 1.I- 1- ri - . . and you wear the be-- t best quarter sawed oak, in excel i have measles. iii iilluil W. L. Richards, Cashiei knowledge and belief. non, Ky. H. E. Christie is visiiiug her sislent condition. Anyone needing Judge L, "W. Beturum was in U. G Baker, Pres,, Subscribed and sworn to belore Small pox are at an end in Mt. ter, Mrs. John Evaus, in Lexinganything in this line will dp well during the week on Louisville F. L. Thompson, Jr, Cashier, me this 11 day of Feb. 1914 Vernon Those who have had ton this week. Mr. Mrs, and legal business. Subscribed and sworn to before to attend this sale as these things "We Stand By What You Buy." My Commission Expires Feb. 11 will be sold regardless the disease are well and will be Walter Smith, of Crab Orchard, 1914. of what me this 11 day of Feb. 1914. Mrs S. W. Davis spent a porMy Commission Expires Feb. they bring as I am going to leave tion of the week with her sister, turned loose in a week or ten days. were with her parents, Mr. and E. S. Albright, this part of the country, and I As to measles it is hatd to' tell how Mrs. J. M. Owens, Sunday and Mrs. - W. Rider. Notary Public. Monday. Mr. Smith subscribed many cases there are in town, don't want to take any of them E. S. Albright, Mrs Geo. Bowman, of Pongo. conrined principally A TEXAS WOMDER. to children. for fair stock while here. The Notary Public. with me. Terms of sale: All suras is very low with that dreaded of $5 and under, cash in hand, all One rather singular case is that of Annual Farmers Institute of The Texas Wonder cures kidney disease, tuberculosis. Mrs. Snodgrass, over a credit of 9 months, bearaged 79 years, Rockcastle C unty will be held and bladder troubles, removing Atty. ErB. Thompson will soon who has measles at the home of here Thursday, Feb. 26, 1914. ing 6 per cent interest lrora date grauel, cures djabets, weak and FOR FLETCHERS Jeave for Pineville to locate for the hergrand son E. B. Brown. The General Assembly of Ken- all irregularities with approved security. of the kidneys practice of his profession. John Baker, also has them and is tucky have made provisions for and in boty men and ,women. B. A. HAYES. Mr. and ? Mrs. Neal Parrett's pretty sick. These two cases holding these Institutes free ot Regulates bladder troubles in Wildie, Ky. With fifteen days good weather youngest daughter is reported among the grown up people are all, cost to the farmers of Kentucky. children. If not sold by your C. Jones, H. Strayed: 'One hog, black with the new pole and wire line of Mt. very sick with pneumonia. the balance are children and are The State Department of Agricul druggist, will be sent by mail on white feet, marked with two under-bit- s, Auctioneer. Telephone Co. will be Vernon Johnny C. Griffin is in bad all getting thru without very much ture will furnish the following receipt of Si. 00. One small bottle weight about 2oo pounds; completed to Wildie. Compare Fish's $15 Special State Lectures: J. E. Hite of in two months treatment, nd sel- came about Dec. 1 I913. Owner health again and will likely trouble. Suit with the ones offered in other Dr. F. J. Cheek wlli preach at Tennessee, W. B. Anderson of dom tails to perfect a cure. Send can have same by paying cost of stores undergo another operation. PROGRAM FARME S" at $12 and 20 and you'll the Presbyterian church next Indiana; O. L. Clayton of Louis- for testimonials from his and other advertising and damage. Mr. J. C.Mcore took his wife INSTITUTE wear Fish's. Sunday morning and evening. Haley Muixins, Dr. 'E. W. Hall, 2926 to Chicago Ust Friday, so as to put The following speakers will ad- ville, who will discuss farm top states. Farmers Supply Co., incorpora- Don't fail to hear him In the Singleton Valle', 8 miles dress the Farmers' Institute, ics,andMrs. Mary E. Ginn of Olive street, St Louis, Mo. Sold her in charge of a specialist. ted is the style of a new firm being Ltxington will lecture on house by Druggist. from Mt. Vernon. For 5AL.E: Car load ot clover W. H. Brown, our Sparda mer- Thursday, Feb. 26, 1914, at organized iu Mt. Vernon, to do a hay. Price right. Also want to hold affairs, J. E- Grimes and J. chant, attended the I. O. O. F. Brodhead: J. E. Hite, Tenn; W. T. Buford, wholesale and retail business. W. sell one pair coming 3 year old lecturers from the B. Anderson, Indiana; ; C. L. meeting at Stanfoid last week. B. Spivey. J. K:der and F. horse mules, will "sell worth the State Board, of Forestry ,and Rev. DrEdgar AHen.'ldcaV "pap- - Clayton, Louisville," KVi." Mrs' Good Ro&ds Department ot the Krueger are the principal stock-Spive- money. y.; tor of the Baptist church, has J Mary E Ginn, Lexington, holders with Mr. as prcsi will also be Gus Stavekson, E. Grimes, State Board of For- State Government, been suffering from a severe cold, J. dent. piesent. Prof. T. H. Likins, t. Feb. Mt. Vernon. estry; J. T. Buford, State Goods hut is most well again. Boys's Corn Clubs, Miss Eila Roads Dept ; Prof. T. H. Likius, Mrs, W- - A. Cox spent from Brodhead, Ky.; Miss Eila Carson Carson. Girls' Canning Clubs, as Monday until Wednesday with well as other local speakers Brodhead, Ky. Pow-d'et Mrs. J. C. West and Mrs. C. C. Everybody cordially invited to During the day the following Williams in Louisville. attend Mrs J. W. Tate accom personswiil render music: Whitehead who Mrs. W F. Carter, .Miss Louana Piano Solo panied her brother, Walter Turpin has been with Mrs. West ifl Louis- Miss Maranda Tate, again this week, Vocal Sola to Richmond wheie be is under treatment of ville tor sometime, is now with Miss Sue Cable, Piauo Solo WHEN I r.EGAX DOINt BUSINESS WITH her brother, R. A. Whitehead at Mrs. R. E. Abrigbt,, Piano Solo the Drs. Gibson. Mr. Turpin is very serious condition, and Lewisburg, Tern. Miss Anna Cuss, Piano Solo in a Uncle John French's daughter, Mrs. W. F.Carter, Vocal Solo we'understand will have to undergo an operation. Granville caught her clothing on fire last Quartette- - 'Evening Btlles" Owens, W. H. Sowder and John four years ago, I had but 5.00 to dcposil. My business with week and had it not been for the Mrs W. F.- - Carter, Robins took the examination for of a neighbor, there titnelv action Miss Miranda Tate, amount to much, but the theBtnk for the first year did is no doubt but what she would Prot C. B. Owens, Fourth Class Postmasters at Cashier seemed to appreciate it, and treated me just like 1 had today. Richard Elder, of have burned to death. Prof. T. H. Ltkins". a million- on deposit with him. Naturally, I felt encouraged the Bee Lick section was the A post card from Jarve J. Cook For several yen's the Farmer's and 1 said to my wife one right. " Mary, yon just watch what at Creenville, S. O., doesn't say Institute has been held each jeir guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Wata difference there will be in 'Bill's Bank Account next year.' whether he is there to buy a cot- at Mt. Vernon and unfortunately, son during the week. A few days ago two boys, Jim Manes and Well, to make a Ion.? story short, I kept adding to my deposits; ton plantation or is on a still hunt the farmers in aud around Mt. Leonard Shpltnn fminrl ttio tofoiir the Bank paid me 3 per cent interest on Savings Deposits, with for the Governor, who asked that AWtswt l.o-.. ... . . i a." u vbttiuu uavc ucyci tcincu r f uuau iim 4..1 ws. uaivcu I1UU1 ill e .Fost momentous question "ain't a long interest and interest compounded semiannually. I made three real estate result, few Office safe when the the office was time between drinks." trades in which I made nice money all went to. my credit people in Rockcastle have been and wife of Portland benefitted by such meetings. This burglarized April 5. 1913. The R. L. Jones and today "Bill's" Bank Account with Peoples, Baxk box had been broken open with a Maine, are visiting Mr. Jones year the institute, program of " is ' Some Pnnkins." Now, 13oys, it" yon have got the deter which uas mother, Mrs. Mahala Jones of this which appears elsewhere in this heavy shop hammer, ruination and grit and a little bit ol "old hor&e" sense, go to T place. "Toosh" a he Is known to issue, "will be held iu Brodhead also found near the box. get a Bank Book the Peoples Bank ; start a little account most of his acquaintances here, is and we btlieve ihefarmersaround box, when taken from the sale, contained 29 52 in Money Order locomotive engineer and has been Brodhead will take some interest go in to win ind you can do as well as with your name on it running for a number of years on in this matter which should mean funds, a number of Money Order for its fine" Yes, Kentucky is noted Forms, and a set of keys, all of the Maine Central road. much to the farmers. The fol- which were horses pretty women, and excel-- ., found J. E. Thompson, of the W. J. lowing letter from Commissioner except the cash. with the box, The box was lent Blue Grass, from, which Sparks Co., who fell from an 18-l- t of Agriculture, J. W. Newman ad found about 200 yards north of scaffold at Lewisburg, Tenn.. last dressed to that progressive farmer Kentucky peotakes its name The Brodhead Roller Mill on the week, is in the Norton Infirmary. and good citizen, Mr. J. H Barn-et- t, L. & N R. R Co's right-of-waIs All ple are ambitious and stand for Louisville, and the last report was : hould appeal to the farmers that he is improving. For several and others as well to attend. The things are bred and borne in but you've got to "delivei George Payne, who Ins just days he was completely paralized letter is as follows: -the noods Iq make wood. Kentucky Therefore, from the waist down, - but he is Frankfort, Ky. 5 14. aboutcompleted three years service with Uncle Sam at Ft. Moul-tre- e, A garment plays the now gradually overcoming this Mr. J.H. Barnett, S. C, as a member of the say be will and the physicians part in a man's apPresident County Farmers In- Coast Artillery, has been signed is soon be up. pearance, and it is his duty stitute, Brodhead, Ky. as a pitcher by the Charlesten. much loved by the people of Kento always buy a becoming Dear Sir; . C, Club of the South Atlantic LOCAL The made We are scheduled to hold q, League at a salary of $100 a one. from which she takes her Stetson hats at Fish's. county farmers' institute at Brod- month Young Payne has been garments I sell are suited in name head on February 26th. Will showing up well in the array game Miss Rose McCord, chairman, pattern, style and cut to the good roads committee, qf the Ken jou do all in your power to work at Ft. Moultree for some time. INSURphysical requirements of tucky Federation of Women's up an interest in this meeting? His triends at home hope to hear My prices my customers. is composed of KenThe lecturers on our present of him soon being in the class with Clubs, is doing tome splendid are much lowor than others. work for the advancement of good force are: J. E. Hite on live stock Bender, Walter Johnson and tucky people, having greater read bills in State legislature thru W. B. Anderson on. soils; Mrs. M. Mathewson'. He is a son of Mr. strides in the insurance world correspondenccwith Clubs Ihro- - F. Ginn, domestic science demon- and Mrs. John Payne, ne-- r town, IN Her strator; C. L. Clayton on horticul and is twenty-fou- r out our Commonwealth. years old. ,any other Kentucky company; why circular letters show she hasgiven ture. call and see Chas C Davis, the I trust that this meeting will be Mr. John Pike, son ot Rev. and the subject much study and her AT THE LOWEST PRICr. efforts, we are glad to note, well attended and prove an inter- - Mrs. A J. Pike, and Miss Jewel explain more druggist, and Jet Fisncisco, daughter of Mr. F. The esting and profitable one. , are having good restlts. ; fully to you why you should carry Thanking you in advance for Francisco, boar led the early train Federation is to be congratulated upon the selection of so gift- your cooperation, and with best at Brodhead yesterday morning the Kentacky bred Insurance for St Louis where, they weie ed and conscientious a worker as wishes, 1 am, HILL. KY. . ':. married last nigtt. We extend Yours very truly, :Com;nonwealth Life insurance Co., Miss McCord who is a good roads . 'J-NEWMAN. bearty congratulations to these Enthusiast, and who accomplishes Represented by CHAS. C DAVIS, .Commissioner o Agriculture splendid young.people. thing. W. A. CROMER, Manager. ML Vernon Ky Phone 39 : MI'. VERNON SIGNALI Jack Hysinjer had a fine 2 year JJKOUHEAI). old filly to die last week with dis- - QUARTERLY REPORT; ller-,-bur- g 79 79 O'BRYAN "-- 1 ir-arlin- g ! Overalls full The a S. . is 1 tOu-is- buttons i, e, NeverRip Fu-pan- -- ex-peet-ul in-ja- ge Wear O'Bryan :- rv. -- T- 4. rLsnSnn lid The Cash Store Children Cry CASTORIA - v y Tfie?e Is m sdbstitote z fiR$yai Baking fog 20-3- making the Best cake. Biscuit and pastry. Royal Is Absolutely Pute and the only baking powder I f" the pmopums ut - iANK Liv-ingto- u made from Royal grape cream of tartar. f . . - .- KENTUCKY KENTUCKY KENTUCKY it SILL. " Hot Air Right At Times." that 2-- COMMONWEALTH LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY THE- all-import- tucky -t- o-order "THE UJMMUN- WEALTH" LIFE. ANCE CO mads than EVERYTHING not GENERAL MERCHANDISE - W. L. him OVERBAY ,Z PINE V- -. i: . - " r - 'l 1" T-- ?' AT-- p-irr- in w'TiTi ma III I1 iimiTm irwn iitv : :.Trnri mi.tffr.M'MrTinTirfnmT r ,i-- TriJTjrsr--r-- t, tTfifrasagSHSKteaiteiaaiEScgttaps - SSaascsc urti-a-ac-- f r- - nrrnHTpiAnTTnTih m li 'II ll Gias; G. Davis f -- I I 1 I Mt. VcrnbD Ky- - ' DRU - ftas.C.Dav.3 Mt Ky. oil tasSlONERS SALE Rockcastle circuit court Mary Chasteen, F11T VS) Commissioner's Sile lidward O. Will'pms,, Deft. virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, I rendered at the January Term, 1914, thereof, 1 uliall proceed to offer for sale at the frontdoor of the Cou.'t House, in jMt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, Ky., !to the high?.st and bestbjdder. at public. ! auction, o!. Monday the 23rd day of Feb i9i4, between the hours of 9 o'clock a ) . .. .i . in mm n uiock j) in, it Dsing rejuiar County Court day, on a credit of six months he following described real estate located in KockcastUs f'ounty on the wateisof Rouudstone Creek, and bjun led as follows: Tract No. 1. Heiiinninir on a do?.voo.l. r.enr the ridge read; thence north with mid roatl ui a gum in u iow gap iv tlie ua&ou Hold: thence w stto a hickory n top of the ridge; thence nearly west to a white o . n the southern boundary of the Carter farm: thence wi h the eastern boundary of the Laswell farm: thence with line to a persimmon ttee; thence a straight line south to a nanlar tree on th riri' ri.ni'! trinnr. with the ridge road eant to the beginning, containing 2oo acres more or less, .ith 6o acres which was previously sold to James Proctor excepted . Tract NO 2 A house and lot in the town of Brush Creek, Rockcastle County. Ky,, bound-a- s follows: Beginning at a corner of DrLaswell's Ut near his house; thence raJier south ' 2S2 feet to an old elm stump, corner. andttorie, Dr corner; thence , r.tiher northeast i49 fret to an tree and stone ornpr, to K J Willi iins" ot; thencj rath r north 27i feet t i the prinir corner of I" Will'iuii" Im- hence rather west to the Langfo.-- lino xoo feet to the Iiuuford corner; thxnce r nher north 68 feet with Lanjfor i s y DOES DOMESTIC -- SPIRO. Rev. l j i- I Q I My Phone No. is (39) thirty-nin- e. We open shop at 7 oT clock am. and run open shop till 9- orclock p m. You are cordially place at any time hours. We don't anything yon don' t welcome in our during our shop I t .,,. 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. ike, filled his regular appointment at Freedom Saturday and Sunday. Mrs Mollie Lewis of Oklahoma, Ins been visite ing her sister, here, but has How It Progressed In Warren Jo isit near 'Maretburcr Mr is on the sk:lcj County Jespiie Opposition. list this week Bill Sann has measles. Mr. and Mis T. B. Dil lingham s.ent Saturday and Sun ! THE OLD IDEAS ARE OVERCOME day with her Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Dillingham Mr The Good Work of Daisy Kite, Who Sam Sayers r timed home a'ter Won a Fifty Dollar Prize For ..I Upending two weeks iu St Uoui-Round Excellence, a Splendid Exam- Mo, and Emporia, Kans?s VI rs ple of What Has Been Done. Susie Owens :s sick at this wrb S6IENCEPAY A.J.I Children Cry for Fletcher's now-gon- Till-Thompso- n The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which Las been in use for over SO years, lias bomfttlifi simnttir v rf v, .C,.V..A anu nas ucen maao nnaer ills w - . Experiments that trifle TYitli and endanger Infants and Children Experience against the health of Experiment. Cfastoria substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing- Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys 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 regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. - supervision since its infancy. c&vfmz Ttnitflfsonnl on1 All inns no.o.l COTlTltfiTIftltS- t T f K I i-- the-Cart- er The old feeling of "my father didn't gruess of the atlrpction. ,it.i farm flint wnv" m- "mi learn to cook that way" is the most i Sop1 iO .en, ha. been sielc fii uimeulttnlng to overcome in any old the past weeIc.--Brddl- ev Browi. community, i Practically ererv'thiuu s .ave beeu calling" neai that has come into our snhnnls in tho past has had a hard hattle to wage ' ab . Sui day, p m us ue mi.'S ed him. Bill Brown has lagr.ppt- We may live without poetry, music and art: We may conscience. We may live without heart. We may live without friends. We may live without books. But civilized man cannot live without cooks. Meredith. live-witho- ing. I ElizaDc-t- h Gentry was d-y, i ine Hill, Satuiday and Sti visiting Misses May me aud Dell McHargue. Casper Chfns o Bromo. mtde his usual trip neu Freedom, Sunday p.m. G.ves. --- What is CASTOR! A is a harmless .i,u I - 1SEHUINE "ii m 'in ll m " Wi mf at this v nting. CASTOR I A ALWAYS Mi-M- s Oiln. IIWMffl PON a..e 1 d EROHC FESTIVITY 'isitinginB Cable and Mnllie Owens visited relatives at Rose Bill iasr. week. Freedom T iit ato Ca.ni ing Club met Tuesd iy afternoon and elect 'ed officer-- . Mis. KrtiH Roh.'rts is e;i yJBears the Signature of NEW ORLEANS and MOBILE February 19-24, 1914 Tickets on Sale February 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 and 23. Return Limit to reach original starting point not later than March 6, with extension of limit to March 23, 1914, on payment of 51.00. ATTRACTIVE STOP-OVE- R. LOW ROUND TRIP FARES PRIVILEGES. RrCdetails call on any Ticket Accnt. Qjeen & Crescent Route, or annlv fo H KING.Pssscnj and TicUt Agent. 1 01 E.Main Street, Lcxincton, Ky. 55S!SSSSa5MS thence rather with lister Mao l's line us feet to the beginning, containing about one acre more or less For price the purch iser must execute bond with approved bearing interest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment. Bidders must ba prepared to co nply promptly with these terms, G:S Griffin, Mrster Commissioner of the RCC. se ty lirif t.r TTictt- - outuaj o Una ,, ,ufcvt fofA,e iLIlt -- fn IrtJ t. .1.U1IC. ..n crowd of aoi ut 47 os .Mid gir s Miss surprised Mattie (Jwens Wednesday evening and lis d a I 1, ihis iek A stor The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE CENTAUR COMAMV. N EW YORK CITY, pait .Vr. has been sick f W 1 ie Griffin i!ie :ts vceic. 1 v FEEL M15BRAB ii Out of sorts, depressed, pain in tae back- - .hieenic Bi teis renew.vour health and strength, r , uaiuutc-j- u DAISY KITE. AVJTrHMEmTftwiflBiHHHBflflEIB HlMHIHHrF i hLZ&HI Trj femMyTtT)fii THE KING OF Imh88i1mhmIh always le.-- a box at home." Get a box and gel well again. Free 25c. At diuggists or by nail. H E Bucklen & Co. Paiiidelnhia or St. Louis. p ALL LAXATIVE gained a Warren county For constipation, use Dr. King's this year foothold. In were fortunate the people vpwLife Pills. Pdul Mathulks, enough to have a competent woman go of Buffalo, N Y , says they are from school to school with her equipthe "king ol all laxatives. They ment in a wagon and give some In air a blessirg to all my family and struction. Naturally there was some grumbling among those who belong to the "old school," the school that believes tli.it "what was good enough fur me is good enough fur my chillun." hut viniKliim: happened when the school fair this autumn. A number of prize-ha-d been offered for exhibits of needle work and cooking; also, n grand prlz of $r0 In gold to the Mr! showing the greatest amount of line work In aili chitss.es. This grand piize was awarded to Daiisy Kite. As soon as the at ward wais made kuowu. some outsider asked "When Is this girl that has done so much splendid work, covering, sewing, heat en biscuit and fine cake making;" A sympathetic smile flitted across u teacher"- - f.u e as she replied. "Did you see the paiade downtown this morn ing?" "Yes. WliyT "Did you notice ai lame girl with a face written over large with the word 'Pluck ; That was Daisy Kite. 'what the others do. in spite ol the fact that she has been on a crutel since she had a hip crushed when sh was three." "Oh. her fafheT-1- a fanner who out in the county here, aiiu) Daisy had been go'ng to the coimtr-schoo- l in the lfeiirhhi'ih nd. It U u: a case than shows thai ewi:it. -- ooMii; practical thiug. ivill pay in mir s lion wan-held Sin-doe- against these two phnibes. Fortunate l.v heie and there in the rural schools the teaching or sewing aud cookinsr hat. , Money hack if not satisfied. It completely cured Rohest Madson, of WestB rlingion, Iwai who sun rtd from wru'eut livei trcubie for eight months. Attei fur doctors give him up, he toot Hleclric BitK r. and is now a well num. Gei a bottle 10 d : it wil c'o the s: me for you , Keep in tl.t all liver and kidney com ho'ise Perfectly sife and de p'aints. endabV. Its resnl s will sur-I'r- s you fioc. and $ 00 H E. Hueklen & Co. Plulidtlplm or St. Lo is remedy. JLivci and tCidnev i XL.. "K JS. 'Tc.lt m osiGrLyaaGap sra ' V 1 Tho CAP3 boyc magazine Clcaaas L. f A fSSr fr 3 m -i Ii p? 'Ci.t t$tk 1 " O- -l j?-- 1 1 4 i Aff t MBF uJ'?Svu Aw wsa3? t--t Sf w irk "'?fa a4Kah ' rori.. DonincstJ cf IrrchsrJr.. EwtriMt Kow to ilako V -- br ljjito-ss'lr- 1 Send Subscriptions ft -- ; Is. i LJyr to COJIMISSIONEK'S SALE SIGNAL Ke-asJ-- I STOMACH TROUBLE ROCKCASTLK CIRCUIT COURT Wa'te; T Denord &c, Plff. g. J&1 v hy, mMjSW twys-cC t nw la H Majority of Friends Thought Mr. taking other medicines. Hughes Would Die, But take his advice, although any confidence in it. I I I decided to did not have One Helped Him to Recovery. have now been taking for three months, and it has cured me haven't had those awful sick headaches since I began using it. Black-Draug- ht Pomeroyton, Ky. In interesting ad- I am Thedford's has been stomach trouble for five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine for dewould have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. It times, that I thought surely I would die. is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, Black-Draug- ht vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes writes as follows: "I was down with so thankful for what has done for me." Black-Draug- ht tried different treatments, but they contains no dangerous ingredients, and did not seem to do me any good. acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely I got so bad, I could not eat or sleep, used by young and old. and should I be and all my friends, except one, thought I kept in every family chest. would die. He advised me to try Get a package today. Thedford's and quit Only a quarter. Black-Draught, - M ;!!!!!! UftDSBT A K Our line of JCoucli is unexcelled Rand-macl- e JjCa&kets "offinsfurnished Hearse sent to all parts of "lie County All orders by Wire Promptly'.Filled Phone 94-- S W. A. MT. VERtfON CX,i L"B I ICY t Z&b . li B ;.. p 1. 1 system everywhere. If the work tin year in the county Iiuh cort soinetlitii taisy Kite's 'opportunity that lias come would pay the whole bill." "What do you.meaur" 'I mean that the whole neighborhood Is now interested In the child and wll nee that she gefcj real education. And If that comes Jrue. Daisy will have Krowu. Mote than that, the neighbor rown throuRh doins hood will have For the purchase price the purchaser good for some one. I am certain that must execute bond with approved secur- there are hundreds of Daisy Kites in ity becringinterest from the day of sale the nooks and corners of the state until paid and having the force and waitimr to be touched bv sninpthlne Vita! fp' education. don't mean ihe effect of a judgment. rtflnnnMnn imui i4co uciNcvii nit; ..n... uuuuuuu tnnr IIajy lutfitinmi .1... i'tirre Bidders must be prepared to comply of a blue back speller, a reader or an with these terms. arithmetic, but education that appeals to the child4 because it fits for Master, Commissioner of the R C C. life's activities. De-Bor- as follows: Beginning on two email chestnuts in the said line of J N Brown and M W DeBord; thence a S E gourse with a line of fence and continuing in the same direction to two small hiskorys on top of Pine Ridge; thence S W with said old line to a spotted oak; thence S 8o, W50 poles to a black oak; thence N 25. V 24 OolfiS to n rlrmhlp oak; thence N lo V 2o poles to a small icu uhk; mence to tne beginning, Deed to this Dart is recorded in flip Root-.ntie County Court Cler's Office in Deed ouok xo. ih, page 231. a VSJCommissi.'uer's Sale. b3ter G DeBord &c , Defts By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of ths Rockcastle Circuit Court rendered at the January Term, 1914, thereof I shall proceed to oiler for sale at the front door of the Court House- in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, Ky., to the highest and best bidder at public auction on Monday the 23rd day of Feb 1914, botween the hours of 9 o'clock a m and 4 o'clock p m it being regular County .Courtday on a credit of six montlis the following described real estate located in Rockcastle County, Ky, on the waters of Skeggs Creek and bounded as follows: Beirinninir at three sntrar t.rps where they use to stand, on thp nnnii ehst side of Skeggs Creek: thence south .a y2 . ioo poies to a wntteoalc and pop'ar: thence S 3o E Go poles to a double chestnut on the top of the ridge: thence S 25, W GO poles to a spotted oak: thence S 8o V 7o poles to a black oak; thence N 25 W 24 pojea to a double chesnut oak; thence north 64 poles to a chesnut; t2ence 13 poles to a small chestnut oak and chestnut, corner to division line between W H DeBord and M W DeBord; thence with said division Una N GO, E 83 poles to a stone at a fence; theece N 29, K 67 poles to the spring; thence with the boring branch N 74, E 12 poles; thence N 121, E i2 poles to a stone on the bank of said creek; thence down with said creek to the beginning and is the same land or that part of the same land conveyed to M W DeBord by V H DeBord and wife when the division of their land was made between s lid W H DeBord and M W DeBord, this being the part which bslonged to said M W DeBord. From this boundary there is to be deducted a boundary sold and conveyed to J N Bro.vn by the said M V DeBoid and wife during their life time, and which is described - jd?seI aIicJoiSCJ:- - Wi FOR MEN cottiprise a fine array of rich color tones and the purest, surest, brightest black. s 'ee""Mituiinn,i,,1 ;!!!!"" A Wholesale House of Chicao-o s rent-somewh- Said the best advertisement for a General Store is to advertise every week in your local paper. are shapely socks. the proper weight Just fit-th- ey - not so sheer as to be impractical, not heavy enough to" cause sweatyfeet, not coarse in knit like usual pop- J. E. Mitchell, of Pine Hill, Ky. Says the best way he can advertise, is to do just like he is doing. Just keep handing the goods out. ular priced socks. k.l:A2fe DOES I The kind of half hosethatfeel good on the feet. Box of fourpairs, guaranteed to wear four months. CHEAP FOR CASH.- - THE GREEN FRONT ettiiotso(iistieiiiii9iiiiisst i e We SelUThem and DOMESTIC SCIENCE PAY? "We Stand By What You Bu A !! I. Fish I Son SHOULD USE JONAS McKENZIE The Cash Store RHEUMAT EO SUFFEREK3 Selz Shoes THE SELLS "ROYAL the- - Selz line before B UE" 1 le Rheumatism SCIATICA. GOUT. NEURALGIAS AND K1DNY. TROUBUS, t Tto Bast rtefiMaV For all formm of J F you need a good pair of shoes it is to your interest to examine you buy Eadded, Sewed and new Stirrps and Stir- -' :w rup-leatbe- rs at a reasonable price Menfs Saddles new, $4.00 and up Ladies' Saddles, new, $500 and up ismm. Stnd for free iuop!( and tiook. "HeclUi CMldren Ory FOR FLEIGHER'S CA 3 TO RE, . l-ia- t,,.: LUMBAGO. JONAS McKENZIE MT. VERNON, KY. ehjthtq! It has the only real continuous door opening. Hoops made of tested steel. hhV Hoops c&n be adjusted from lad- der Jront door frame. JDoors made of California Red wood, "The Wood Eternal." (ac-to- rv I Prolyl .fftvMQuickltaltofJ SOld Main Street back of Court House. $fc&yd&'& W?T. DAVIS V One application soothes anrl 1im1 rn pimplyskinmdjWhenrepeateaiuicklyeiTects tT acure. Eczema. KrvirwlnB ,,i,hf .iti.-all skia diseases yield to Its curative" properties! hug. a box. At an umgxitts. audnty." Pa. 33xqt . i730 Sprins Btrdu St, f - PfcH The location of oar factoiy give us lowest freight from mills to factory, nd from to vfau. Gtt a Jttittr Silo aud Savi wout hv .writing us 1 for catalog and piiccs. LOUISVHUE SILO AND TANK CO. . 'taeerporated) v C rS.SWiMF. KHrWrKlE, IK, FURS C H AND HIDES HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS ANB HIDES Wool on Cemaltsien. Writ tor price iMt neiMteMg wit tA. "X- - SAMPLE.' MiatHMUe Cur lM.tWW.UM Ml WHITE & CO. iuw. BstabUflked 1887 TT v r -v