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I ilTT j " Bwki, " v rF "io at i ' - rvr fri "R' itBTF'JE' v .r"5fcjir . j Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVIII. HPrlU Willi I MT. VERNON, feriii! COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY MAR. 5, 1915 Established 1887" NUMBER 17 ROCKCASTLE nli'Yi11 ViS fry t ffrrrrrrm w - y THE LONG iJrcBcccn: JUL. J U.LIJ UU.L.,.JJUUUUULU,UJ Our Tape Line is Ready for PAST RECALLED A Letter From A Native YOU! a 111 Who Left Rockcastle 60 Years Ago The following letter recalls old times to a few of our citizens who Mr. were here back in the 1850s j Carson, the writer, is a grandson of Joseph Carson, who was buried in Elm wood Cemetery, at this place, in the year 1815 (the oldest gravestone in the cemetery which is standing at the grave today in a good state of preservation;. Mr. Carson's mother was buriin the year ed in this cemetery i853. The sister, mentioned in his letter, is Mrs. Mary A. Miller, ts the widow of the late G. W. Miller, who established the noted "Ranch 101 ', near Bliss, Oklahoma. When advised of the movement to improve this cemetery, these good people immediately got busy aud sent 50. to add to the Im. BA THAT ARE RGA UNUSUAL S EXTRAORDINARY AND IPM ,suit through our Department and Order your Spring Custom Tailoring se- Jmpi at , cure perfect fit, perfect style and the fullest satisfaction. Call and see the 03S3333 new Spring and Summer Woolens they're the most beautiful and exclusive in town, the complete line of All Ladies' Suits All Men's Clothing All Shoes All Dry Goods Aff Aff Special Prices 25 per cent Below Regular 'SBtBL r,0- f ' B 5 Our prices are lowest ol6 Qu3yu JMASTER. TAILORS m our clothes best SUTTON & McBEE aja3Q5fcaaQ3g?tt3333Qgtt3r r ii Hardware Underwear r rrrrrrTcOfj provement Fund. Mr. Carson was for many yeats successful traveling salesman for the hardware firm of Louisville, up until in the late 70's. Later went to Oklahoma where he continued in deserved prosa f ' Our ' stock and our assortment is so large and varied that .we find it impossible to describe in type. We offer no baits; we make low prices on anything you may need. Whose CUSTOM ' Every Transaction in this Sank is for the bast Interest o our Interests fire First and Foremost With Us perity. Blackwell, Okla., u( J Recognizing the fact our customers not only require, but insist upon the best service and absolute safety. We would sanction no transaction which did not, in every way, make for the best Interests of our &, ( Anything not to your liking is far from our desire. Let us give you a start put your feet on the road to safety, comfort and prosperity. It's an easy road to travel once you have started . )! The Bank of Mt. Vernon V The Bank that takes care of it's Customers J K000KKKKKK0KKKH 41 Up Sale Boys' Suits $1.25 up Everything at Cost. Going for Cash and Produce at cash price for 30 days Men's Suits from $5. to $10. Men's and Boys' Hats and Caps all kinds and styles at cost Large stock of Gingham, Calico & Suiting almost given away I 1 Nice line of Hardware $j$ Furniture Harness and Farming Implements OF ALL KINDS AT COST Can Goods straight .at 8c, Coffee Oc Sugar 621 c Come and give us a call and we will benefit you greatly Tell all your friends and come on to GRAVELY I ji CLUCK 0 BRODHEAD, KY. OOOOOIXMKXKKKHXJOOOOOOOOO Jas. Maret, Secty. Elm wood Cemetry, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Dear Sir and Friend: Yours of Feb. 8th received. I look the matter up with Bros. George and John and sister Mollie j& Miller" and are all contributing $12 50 each and feel very thankful that the citizens old Mt. Vernon have interested themselves in this long neglected burying ground and that we are willing to contribute our mite to this improvement. I remetnber the old 1, town as where I spent some of the most pleasant days of my life, aud some day, I hope not far distant, to pay Mt. Vernon a visit. I Progress "Stagnation know 1 will 2nd many of mv old Prosperity Decay friends gone but it will be a pleasSuccess Failure ure to meet with those who are Advancement lett, and the sons and daughters of Education Idleness those who are gone. I hope your Civilization Dispair association will be able to make and keep your good work a sue v rv. Jtoi TO &, t!Si ju tJSffSSSFjaffyJ f.STo' imsm &. '07 sB TO 1CH m&&.mtgZXl cess. Please remember me kindCf ly to all the old families of Mt. Vernon and Rockcastle county. I always claim it as the county my nativity and I know I have many friends there yet as well as relatives. Ienioyed vour letter "' "' ' if I am not mistaken your grandcopviOHTio v m. e. mnniT. miodloo. r. Jt XZ-i- ?? mother and my Dear mother were WHICH ARE YOU FOR? MACADAM MUD very closely related. I am still active and in good health; am now From the 5c Extra State Tax now levied for the building of Good Roads in Kentucky, Rockcastle County 72 years old. My children are will pay approximately $,500.00 and will receive in return $12,000.00 annually, provided the Bond Issue for all married and my wife and I are If tbe Bond Issue fails, Good Roads carries on Saturday, March 27th. alone where we started My oldI V I est son is living here; the youngwe will still have to pay the 5c Pike Tax for the benefit of other counties est son and daughter are living in and will lose our part of the State Aid. Will you vote to throw this enormous amount away evevy year, or will Oklahoma City and have good you vote to keep it for the building of good roads in Rockcastle County,? h mes and doing well. I still mix a little in politics but not for myself for I ask for nothine onlv issue. lam not in favor of being in money. Pikes save wear and what I conceive to be for the best taxed to help other counties which tear and worry and waste. They , interest of my country. I am already have good roads aud deny bring the country in close touch one of the State Democrats Cen- ourselves of those things which- - with the city; they aid in the so- cial, religious, educational and inother counties now have. tral Committeemen. of the people. There cannot be a poll of more dustrial up-lif- t Yours most sincerely, than one dollar and fifty cents. They will make better homes in JOE J. CARSON. There will be no poll tax for tbe Rockcastle and happier firesides. Recommends ChRMBERL.iiN's purpose of paying off the bonded Every man, woman andQchild in Cough Remedy indebtedness. The corporations, Rockcastle, who is interested in "I take pleasure in recommend- the railroads and the towns of the the uplift of our country should ing Chamberlain's Cough Remedy county will pay the great major- get busy, working day and night -- to my customers because I have ity of the indebtedness and for the passage of the bond issue. confidence in it. I find that they yet the farmers and the laboring I for one shall do all in my poware pleased with it and call for it carwhen again in need of such a medi- people will get the real substan- er to see that the bond issue At the rate of $1,500 a year, the amount .which the 5 cent The man in Mt.Ver-no- ries on the 27th of this month. cine," writes J. W. Sexson, tial benefit. State road tax comes to, which this county .will have" to pay S. B. McClure. Montevallo, Mo. For sale by all does not have to have pikts, dealers. will be $30,000 in 20 years. Then there is fhe $50,000 the but if I have to go to Mt. Vernon, HEALTH PROMOTES HAPPI- State of Kentucky wants to make us present "of, 'in case our I very greatly nefftone. Coway, Ky., NESS We can and will get State aid, March 1st, 1915. county votes Vr the bond issue . Put these together and it Without health, genuine joy is To the People of Rockcastle : because the law is plain and we shows up $0,00 ), the amount we stand to loss or just simply good We have a great opportunity to are very unwise if we do not take impossible; without regular diges bowel tion and regular and fails to carry, and still be. without do something for our country and advantage of thistppportumty.. movement you cannot have health. thrown away if b md issue " them Why neglect keeping bowels open turnpikes. ourselves. The roads must be im- Pikes will They will and risk being sick and ailing? proved and we have the best way much more desirable. to do that in the election for a increase the .value of tour lands, You don't have to. Take one Pill at bond issue to improve them. I make transportation much easier small Dr. King s New Life you will nierht in "the moruiner am most heartily in favor of" tak- and untold wealth !to 0 both the T have a full, free bowel movement FOR FLETCHER'S FOR FLETCHER'S ing advantage of this great oppor- producer and the consumer.. and feel much better. Helps your tunity and I shall gladly go to the Pikes save time; make labor more appetite and digestion. Try one I .1 .... to night. polls and cast my vote for the bond pleasant ar,a maKe muuons & Mr. Remember, "A dollar saved a dollar.rriade f. ue r ffpffjmJjjyr0js Vote for Voteainst Good Roads ',r,Si2SCSJ:',. &.SKS ...tdiSUS-'KXsXv-iN- Mud Roads --- n ULC ''o?5 CO lY - $80,000 LOST OR r THROWN AWAY IF BOND ISSUE SHOULD"FAIL n make-livingalod- VOTE FOR GOOD ROADS Children Cry Ch.dren- Cry r CASTOR1A CAS TO R L&: A r ,' -- sl!r-i T. V V Kentucky Rura Credit Assn. GOV. A CO-OPERATI- VE DIRECTORS JAMES B. McCREARY, Frankfort Ky-- . Governor ot Kentucky. C.H BERRYMAN. Lexington, Ky., Manager Elmendorf Stock Farm. J. L. WATKINS, Lexington. Ky., Banker and Merchant. MORGAN O. HUGHES. Bowling Green, Ky., Banker and Farmer JNO W. VREELAND. Louisville, Ky.,Pub. of Farmers' Home Journal P. W. WITT, Newport, Ky., President of the Central Savings Bank & Trust Company. J.M.LASSING, Newport, Ky., bankof Court of Appeals er and ex-Jud- ge Money at 5 per cent to Par rn rs on 1 0, 20, 30 and 50 Year's T! sj This plan has been in successful operation in Europe for 147 Years. Amount of Loan Length of Term JAMES B. MCCREARY, PRESIDENT ORGANIZATION For the Farmers of Kentuck j MH ts3MXMa&BmitmTwim DIRECTORS JOE C.VAN METERtLexiugton,Ky. Farmer and Live Stock Breeder. The per cent Interest, 29 Association Table Time $1000 at 6 Years' $1 000.00 29 Years Y HENRY G OVERSTREET, Owens-borKy.,Farmers & State Senator. FORREST BUTTS, Carroll ton, Ky., farmer and Coal Operator. Thorf. BIGGSTAFF, Mt. Sterling, Ky., Farmer and Breeder. ROBERT H. SCOTT, Paducah.Ky , State Senator. L. I. DORSEY, Anchorage, Ky., Farmer and Live Stock Breeder. GEORGE D. HOPDINS, Attorney. J. L ZARING. Shelbyville.Ky., Banker and Farmer. o, Rate of Interest Annual Payments Association's Resefve 5 pr cent $70.00 Interest at 5 per cent Association's Reserve y Tital Amiunt Tayraeuts Intereit at 5 per cent Association's Reserve Tital Amiunt Payments Interest at 5 per cent Year ota' Amount Payments 2 3 4 5 g 7 9 1 $70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 $50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 $ 20 42 64 87 110 135 161 187 214 70 12 29 24 99 57 01 34 59 NOTE The Boi rower will have the privilege of paying off the mortgage or any part will accept a limited number of farmers in each county as members. If you wish to become a member (as only members can borrow from it) call on 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 $70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 $50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 $242 80 272 00 302 22 333 50 365 87 299 37 434 05 469 94 507 09 545 54 thereof any time after giving 60 days notice. 20 21 22 ZZ 24 25 26 27 28 29 $70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 $50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 $585 33 626 51 669 14 713 26 758 92 806 18 10 ' 855 73 905 958 13 1 000 00 The Kentucv Rural Credit Assn. 1 ML VERNON SIGNAL terofhowlargea going to raajority Mr. JAMBS A. YOUNG at the Bock2astle Hotel In MT. VBBNON-durinthe week beginning March 22. ft g m I and her husband, J. W. Rider. Rcom No 12 IDVERT1SE3LKKT 01 SHER Bed complete. 1 Dressei, dc it win De a pie.nt. This property is now in my pos IFF'S SALE. and then some. JPfciDAY, Mar. 5. 1915 By virtue of Execution No. 790, r Table, 4 CI a rs, 2 Rugs, Wash session, but is left in the rooms of Est Basin, Curtains, Spittoon and the Rockcastle Hotel, and any J. W. Reid and two companions directed to us, which issued from Chamber. prospective purchaser or buver Published every Friday by from North Carolina, have been the Clerk's office of the Rockcastle "Room No. 14. may examine same on the day of EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, traveling over Rockcastle for the Circuit Court nfavor of Mary E. 1 cot complete, 2 tables, 2 cots, sde, or any time between the date past three weeks, selling rug ma- - Miller Exetrx, of M. J. Miller, 3 rugs, 1 rug. 2 window shades. of advertisement and the day of decd- - and E- - R- - Gentry, Trustee UBSCfcirTIOH ONE YEAR $1.00 chines. These men have, met the 1 wash O basin, linoleum, hall run- sale. I, or one of my deputies larger portion of the people and in Bankruptcy in the matter of ners, all Be both willing and able pleasure in exhibiting v ill take w- Kider, Bankrupt, Advertising rtties maac known on have learned how the trend of JosePn Room No. 15, said property. I will, opinion is among them. These , aSainst Mollie Miller-Ride- r, times to extend you such accommpplicmtion H Bed complete, dresser, 1 table, Given under my hand, this the' H - on Monaay. the 15th day of March, travelers state that, in their opin& f) 2 chairs, 2 rugs, wash basin, win 24th day of February, 1915. modations as your business jusion the bond issue will carry 10 to 1915 between the hours of iO M B3 Sheriff, dow shades and blinds, chamber. Cam Mullins, MEM2KR OP and 4 o'clock p.m., at 1. In North Carolina, the county ,,clock tifies the exp erience of your RockcBStle Countj', Kentucky. ROOM NO. 17 KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION in whio.h tliPSf a v,n,i the front door of the Rockcastle n Hvp . . .4 w U El Hotel, expose to public sale to Bed complete, wash basin, 1 Louisville pays into the State friend who carries an account issue was voted some years a table, 2 chairs, rug, 2 shades, spitroad fund $i2o 000 yearly to aid and splendid roads built withu..L the highest bidder the following toon. m which is seeking the described property, or so much state aid. prosperity following in Eastern Kentucky and other less Room No. 18. fortunately situated counties than their wake. She people who thereof as may be necessary to II I m your business complete, wash basin, satisfy plaintiff's debt, interest her own, besides contributing fougnt the movement hardest at 1 table, 1 chair, curtains, spittoon $2fjoo toward expenses of Kenthe election are today among the and cost. This property is in my .3fiM and chamber. tucky Good Roads Association and warmest advocates of good roads. hands, or possession, but is left in ' " "ANNOUNCEMENTS Room No 19. making nrivatfi contributions to the rooms of the Rockcastle Hotel, "VTe Are Authorised to Announce Since the Lincoln county court which rooms by Number, and the Bed complete, 1 rocking chair, ther S(mlh Fjastern neighbors far JUDGE B. J:' BETHURUM s 1 labie. As a candidate for as Judge has ruled that the Central or contents of each are as follows: publicity fund, (our county being of the 28th Judicial District, subject to 11 line shall be the route of Room 20. oae thereof) who are making hethe action of the Republican party, AuRooe No. 1. 2 chairs, the intercounty seat pike of LinBed complete, dresser, F. L. THOMPSON, Jr., Cashier. gust primary 1915. roic efforts to get out of the mud Bed complete, 1 Table, 1 coln and Pulaski road instead of 1 tabie, wash Basin, 1 rug, curWe Arc Authorized to Announce bv putting bond issues thru for B. C. LEWIS the Crab Orchard, Bee Lick and 3 Chair, 1 Rug. 1 Wash- - tains, silver pitcher, spittoon and building intercounty seat turnpikes As a candidate for State Senator for the Woodstock route, we are told Basin, Spittoon & Chamber, Win-tha- t chamber. 17th Senatorial District, subject to the (and a highway from the blut the subscribers in Pulaski dow Curtains. Republican party, August primary 1915. Room No. 9. grass thru Cumberland mountains to the proposed Woodstock line We Are Authorized to Announce Room No. 2. Oil stove, wash basin. to the south) the most important new favor combining with Valthe Court House, Mt. Vernon, RockBed complete, 1 Table, 1 Dr. W. C. BLACK HANSFURD. moves ever undertaken by the HALL. v castle county, Kentucky, expose at pub3 Chairs. 1 Rug, 1 Wash A b a candidate for State Senator for the ley Oak subscribers and put2 tables, spittoons, mountaineers since the old Indian Chairs, lic sale to the highest bidder the follow17th Senatorial District, subjeot to the ting thru the road from Somerset Basin, 1 Settee, Spittoon and carpet sweeper. Republican party, August primary 1915 fighter first passed this way. Now Mrs. Rosana Graves of Livings-tin- , ing property, (or so much thereof as to Rockcastle border to met the Chamber, Window Curtains. is visiting friends and rela- may be necessary to satisfy the amount there sits Cincinnati across the Lobby. We Are Authorized to Announce pike from Mt. Vernon. of Plaintiff's debt, interest and cost), to Room No. 3. M. L. JARVIS Cigar case, counter, cigars and river: she has persistently ignored tives here. Wm. Bullock was in wit; A tract of land situated in RockBed complete, 1 Table, 1 Dreson business As a candidate for last for past two years for as Com The home merchant Who is ser, 2 Chairs, 2 Rugs, t Wash toba'ceo, 1 clock, 1 stove, 6 chairs, our appeals aid toward a postage Mt. Vernon on week Wednesday, castle county, Ky., and on the waters m on wealth's Attorney of the 28th Tu even a little Married, last of Skeggs Creek and bounded as I table. dicialJDiitrict, subject to the action "of he? Basin, Spittoon and Chamber, Bejjiuning on little Hob Mc- and printing fund. Not as much Mr. J. W. Barren and Mrs. Alice tte ICpaUimi party, August Pnmary, Sample Room. Re Js the chap wiQ ymj Window Curtains. city Bullock, may they live a long and ' Clure's line at a white oak near the piece has that 6 cans lard, 1 Singer sewing as one five cent en(1 of his W. Ar. Authorized to Announce f6? whf 7U are fin"iJly far,m' ?ence TN ffl J3 ever let slio thru it's fingers to as- happy life. W. H. Graves and uPr Room No 4 machine, i door, 4 tables, rubber broke, and carries your account .; 84 poles to a white oak, thence N sSE 62 W.T.DAVIS y2 Bed complete, 1 1 Table, sist South Eastern Kentucky i family moved to Mt. Vernon last and a hickory w 2 b,ack hose, 1 lot lumber, 8 registers. As a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk .until Jou are able to pay. Dresser, 2 Chairs. 2 Rugs, 1 her great effortes to get in connec week and Will Bradley moved in thence N51 EG2 0oles to a black oak of Rockcattle County, subject to the is the chap who gives you Re Barber Shop. action of the Republican primary Aug-- 1 tion, by a great highway, with the bouse vacatPd by Graves. I aCd chestnut, tbem-- N 68 E 8 poles to J back your money or makes ex Wash Basin, Spittoon and Chamust7, 1815. 2 benches, 2 chairs, 1 table, 1 the outside world thereby giving Sunday school was organized at : rock at Carmer'a corner, theuce S S3 changes when vou are not satisfied ber, Curtains. W Are Authorized to Announce door. 8 poles to a chestnut oak, thence S 12 us an opportunity of getting rid Mt. Pisgah, last Sunday. The Room No. 5. with what you have bought. T. T NICBLhY E 62 poles to a white oak.J thence S 40 (Hall). Washroom of a portion ol the loveliness ere ihour to meet will be 1 o'clock p.m E52 poles to a black oak. thence S 50 Bed complete, 1 Table, 1 Dress, As candiiate for Circuit Court Clerk He is the chap who stands be2 wash basins, water cooler, 2 of RockcMtle County, subject to the hind his ated bv these "everlasting hills" Mr. and Mrs. James Southard W 90 poles to a white oak H. McClure, guarantee, and makes er, Wash Basin Curtains, 2 Chairs Hot water tanks. action of th' Republican primary, Cin- were visiting here last week. M. J .'s rorn- , thence with Sam McClure's that surround us. This same restoration of all losses that you Spittoon and Chamber, 2 Rugs KlTCHEfl. Aufuit7, 1815. . cinnati has the cheek, to continue G. McKinney of Spiro. was here Jiuotothc ..-- t..ence with the creek may sustain on the goods you buy. Room No 6. " t range, 3 Tables, 2 safes and sending forth her traveling men first of the week to sea mother, to a syesh. re below Hoi"ert Module's complete, 1 Table, 1 Dress- dishes, cooking vessels, buckets, house and nearthe church house, thenThe faducah Sun has this to The bond issue will carry with er, Rugs. Curtains, 1 Chamber, daily into this territory asking the who is very feeble. The roads with the agreed line between HoM .t etc., 1 can lard, beating plant, trade of our neople. In the future are getting in belter condition, but many votes to spare. Some are ay: aicCHre'8 and Wm. WcQueen'a to the 2 Chairs, 1 Wash Basin. coal. Ballard county road boosters couutingon i2 to 1. others say it Mt. Vernon will accord them a cool the majority of the people at this Long Branch n sycamore corner, thence Pantry. Room Not 7. kave shown Kentucky what a real will not be less' than 10 to 1. reception and show them where to place are in favor of the Bond Is- up to Lang Branch to a black oak corner 1 sink, dishestc. Bed complate, 1 Tabie, 1 Dressburch pointers, fati Vitcrti raon1 cttrlj. svf Knncf. , ,. ...,....-......,au "get off at" not only our tovn but sue. We can't imagine why any with a poplar and back to the beginRemember the city of refuge. er, 2 Chairs, Wash Basin, 2 Rugs. thence with the line DininG"Room. ing can do when it is let loose on a others are beginniug to get their one should be against it, for it acres; (Louisville) Forget Sodom (Cin Spittoon and Chamber, Window Refrigerator, 3 tables compl'ete "eyes open" to the o fact that would be a great beneat to the ning! containing 200 community. With a few friendly Amonntof debt, interest and cost to cinnatia;. Curtain and" Blind. 1 1 chairs, window blinds and curshoves from neighbor counties, Louisville is the logical place to laboriug man and Poll tax payers be made ($373 65) three hundred seventy Room No. 8. tains. cents levied to its as they would-- not be out any three dollars and sixty-fiv- e the Ballard County Association do their trading in addition Redd's room, being their dutv to do so. "Bagga- thing. Miss Martha and Fannie upon as the property of A. W. Norton. 1 Table, 1 Dress- Bed complete, Contents of Joe the opposition, has steam-rolle- d I TERMS: Sale will be made on Basin,2 Chairs, Rugs, 2.00. flat as a pancake and come er.Wash left it ge-man take that Cincinnati Kirby spent Tuesday eveuing with credit of three months; bond with ap-ft Children, ' for Infants-anSpittoon and Cr amber, Curtains. The abov.e sale will be made up- - check from my grip and substi- Mrs. Wm. Bullock. home with the bacon securely The Kind You Have proved security required bearing intar-e- st Always Bought on a credit of 3 months, with ap tute one reading to Louisville." speared. ROOM No 10. at the rate of six per cent, per an SHERIFFS SALE. Bears the num from day of sale, and having the Bed complete, 1 Table, 1 proved;ntfty.' The amount of By virtue of execution No. 787 directed and effect of a judgmP"t. Dresser, 2 Chairs. Wash Banin, df.bt, interest and cost to be raisIf you want to have good roads Signature of from the Clerk's force , to me, which issued This 3rd day of March Hu . on day of sale will be $535-4- in Rockcastle vote for the bond isSphjtoon andCamber, 2 Rugs, ed FOR FLETCHER'S office of ths Rockcastle Circuit Court, in CAM MULLINS, S. R C. The abivve property is levied on Take Herbine for indigestion. Curtains. you would rather pay a favor of International Harvestry Co. of sue. If By DEK C CUMINS, .. S. America, aeainst A. H. Hamlin and as the property of Mollie Miller- room Nn. 1 t. tax to build roads in other coun- It relieves the pain in a fiew minutes and forces the fermented purpose of making; HERBINE cures constipation J A, W. Norton, I, or one of my deputies, 1 C- Bed cornulete. 1 Dresser. 1 Rider for"-thties vote against it. matter which causes the misery regular. bowl ' will on the 22nd day 01 aiarcn, laio, aforesaid debt 'out of her said and FOR FLETCHER'S' into the bowels where it is expell- Table, 1 Chair, 1 Wash Basin, the Price KOC. Sold DT tween ths hours of 8 o'clock a. m. and I as to the ed. Price 50c. Sold by John Rugs, Window Blinds and Shade, property; vthe judgment, however, Tohn Robins, Brodhead, Ky. There is so question 3 o'clock p.m., at the fronr door of being against Mollie Miller-Ride-r Spitton bond issue, carrying; its last a mat Robins, Brodhead, Ky. -- in I M 9 ll Your Bank Must at Ask II I a-r- ..., J a with "Peoples", Interest On Time Deposits I Eu-bank- Peoples Bank Chif-(orob- e. I Chif-forob- e, -- fol-follo- J e - 4-B- ed - J CASTOR A -- &&$?& Children Cry CASTORI A I e Children OA8.tOK?t ill" J .W. TtrJHyyjtltAiJUiLW yaay n.T wwwa flf. 79 VtKlNON SIGNAL Mar 5 1915 Mt. Vernon, Ky up "No. 79" wnenrfQ wici toCommunl , J Son quick. cate with SIGNAL Good all wool serge suits for meu. special at $8 50 at Fish's. ,.. ... , 11 you want a ourgam in a siigni-- 1 lv used EMPIRE corn drill with I fertilizer attachment see J. Fish & T- .. - . THE FIRST BLUE BIRD and the first shipment of Ladies Low mor Cut Shoes arrived to-day: 000HKKH0-0-OHp)- - f Af Uf s,noeh ailUUlULCUIUCICUl; r OJ1M IU select from than ever before. Sutton & McBee. J vh 1 x I KXH0KX-cWHO HANDLES BOND MONEY? O r M Gov. McUreary has appointed The big saw and planing mill Tames Maret, of this place, a delebelonging to the Thomas heirs at Livingston, burned Tuesday morn- gate "to the annual convention of Coning, loss fully covered by insur- tbe'Southern Commercial ance. gress, to be held at Muskogee. Oklahoma on 26th to 30th of April. An un patented money saving aeviue kiku any man may use is TIME TABLE. his knowledge that he can buy 22 nortn 54Pm 'better clothes for leas money at 3:56 am 24 nortn this store thau he can elsewhere. 23 south 11:39 am Sutton & McBee. 12:13 a m 21 South Words, like men, have their Tas. Landrum, Agent. day and pass on. The following Phone No. 8. good English words are not often Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice heard Spoken these days: Scrouge j mail matter. as itcoud-clab- s fetch tot6j paclf lug, noddy. COOt j cully, piggeu. keeler. P E R S 0 iN A L Loui6villc & Nashvillc R R. Co. ! At a very enthusiastic good roads meeting held Crab Orchard last Monday the citizens along the route leading from Crab Orchard to the Pulaski line near Bee I ick pledged $4,500 for a pike over route. J. Thos. Cherry, W. E. Perkins, J. B. Willis, Henry Catron, Josh Wilson. R L. Collier and Crab Orchard Milling Co. were the largest contributors to th e good rause. The County Treasurer, who will be under bond, from a bonding company, to the sum double the amount of the bond issue, will have charge of the road funds, which-cannbe paid out except on completioh and acceptance of the roads, section by section, by State Commissioner and sanctioned by Fiscal Court. Only a fraction of the amount will be in the hands of the Treasurer at one time, as Bonds will be delivered to purchasers in batches only as needed to pa off contractors on finishing up sections of he roads. ot 9 o 0 8 A IP A I ?lt 9 ilkfd 1 1r K 2-- rli 1 I s3m LA m Mi a' I Ml ft I Jr I 1 -- 0KKOOK0-EMarch 4th, 1915. SI o S K h3 r Jr I 1 (n II ( t Services at Christian Lewis Cooper has been sick for a week or more. Mrs. JV. H. Fish is visiting her mother Mrs. Geo. G. Brock in London. Andrew Gentry and son, Robert where they returned to Hazard, have good positions. Other Catron of Lincoln County Mrs T.J. was with Mr. and btrber of the week. Niceley first n Siwash snake-eate- r. he is a by of the HopeMiss Bessie Kir has been atwell section, who Mr. Sheer I was reading the tending school here, has typhoid other day that there are 800 ways lever. of cooking potatoes. Mr. and Mrs John W. Mullins Mrs. Slicer Yes? of Livingston are the proud parmy dear, Mr. Slicer Well, ents of a twelve pound bov which don't you think that if you tried low-dow- Coking on Tuesday night at Church for Sunday Boone Way Opera House, will be proSundav School 9 45 shown the great three-ree- l 1 a. m. Preaching Service duction, "Quo Vadis," one of the - Endeavor most remarkable and interesting 6:30 p. in. m. moving pictures ever made. It Preaching Service 7:30 p. time of Nero A man may forgive a lad who depicts events in the history, of Paul and asylums and and Roman sets fire to orphan Christ. "The origiual cost of the robs poor boxes. But the best he production was '$250 000 and was can ever say for a man w ho steals shown in the larger cities to hund bhop is that his turn in a 1 reds of thousonds of people at 50 cents a ticket. Boone Way Opera built." House on above date 10 and 15 c. You will not Mr. D. L. Carter, Wildie, Ky. ', Dear Sir : On February 4th I wrote you in response to some questions in your letter of February 3rd, in which the second paragraph of the letter reads as follows :J " In regard to your second question : If your county builds roads on the most direct and practical route between the county seats, and if you build from the county seat to the State (county) line, you will be entitled to your money, provided the roads are built as aforesaid. We will bee to it that the other couutiesDconnect up with your roads when they are to we Americans is chronic catarrh of the raucous memb.anes. Catarrh of the stomach is the most frequent cause of dyspepsia and catarrhal conditions in the nose and throat lead to invitable deafness. Show me a man whose hearing is affected and I will show you a man who is suffering from I E l V Jl 9 i ft I I 11 aV v I 1 -- 7 Li 8 H ULTayloasC! LI !dS2v I 8 fltlCKAM TAILORS A I II L I I I 1 1 S m catarrh. "Frequently," continued the great student, "the lnngs become diseased by the extension of ca- I W III j J III lll-I 0 I i I I tarrhal inflamation by way of the bronchial tubes to the lung sub stance. "The mental and physical state of chronic catarrh suffers is. in deed, very unfortunate, and it is really surprising to know what an immense number of people are suffering from this almost universal malady when they think some-elsis wrong with them. ' Cooper then enumerated the numerous symptoms of catarrh, such as an offensive breath, constant sniffling, discharges from the noise, droppings in the throat, frequent sneezing, watery eyes, e arrived on the 1st. V eat. Bullock gave them something to ''at, from his house, they ate it and still insisted on him going to the store to get some tobacco. He refused to open the store at that hour and the next thing he knew they were carrying canned fruit from his cellar. He askt them to let it alone and was answered by several shots lrom the boys, who apparently left the place. Next thing Bullock knew some one was trying to force the store door LOCAL open and just as he rang the Ask your ueighbor about Globe phone for assistance the noise Fertilizers, then get some from J. stopt. Several neighbors and , ailer Winsted went in pursuit of Fish & Son. the boys and found they had taken Mason County of which Mays-vill- e a horse from John Marler and is the County seat, will take made the way 0 Pongo calling a vote on a 82oo.ooo Road Bond Walter Owens about j? .o'clock. Issue on May I5. After some searching they were A Spring Tonic high quality Jocated and arrested. While Jail Won't you cali er Winsted and party were prepar with low price. and take a peep at all our new ing to stcitrt to town Arnold made Spring Suits, Shoes etc. a darfc for liberty ana" go.t away Sutton & McBee. with severjul men shooting at him pistols and Winchesters, in J. E. Thompson nas been in with all 25 or more shots were fired, Marion county most of the week selling ground limestone for agri- some as close as 15 feat, but all cultural purposes, and found good went wild and Arnold got away. business for this splendid product Smith is in jail here. Arnold is There is no better fertilizer to be the man who was accused, tried found than the ground limestone, and cleared on a charge of killing and this the farmers realize, once a. woman in Pulaski county two years ago and is considered a bad they use it. man, Smith is a son of Budd The addition of two Sunday Smith of the Pongo section. Christian These fellows were in town School rooms to the completed. One Wednesday and we ' understand church has been of these will be used by Judge they made a raid on Bob Lee's Class aod the jjrhiskey joint near town and clear-e- d Brown's Mens other by the Rev. Young's Young the place of all drinks that day. Mens class. There were more Jailer Winsted rode his fine stallion than loo present last Sunday 24 "Walking Charley" and left him of these being members of the in Walter Owens' stable at Pongo Mens Class. while searching for ,tue boys and William Pitman, who has been someone, supposed to be Arr In the retaurant business in De- - cold and Smith sneakt in and '" troit and Winsor, Canada, for the up iocr twelve vears. has been visitine cut the horse's tail off and cut Ihts parents, Mr. and Mrs, Mitchel the saddle in great style but didn't hhurt.thehorse. Pitman near Bloss. en-route Mrs. Dr. Morris and Miss May me Dorely of East Bernstadt, visited Mr and Mrs. Sam Cox Sunday and Monday. Edd Payne, expert lineman of the Mt. Verne n Telephone Co., has been doing some work out in the county this week. Mrs. Floyd Miller and little daughter. Suella. and Mrs. Robert H. Miller, have returned to their home in Miama, Oklahoma. Mr. R. S. Martin, the Brodhead tobacco manufacturer, suffered a stroke of paralysis Monday and is in a very serious condition. J. Tyree Gentry of Lebanon Junction, and H. Clay Gentry Ji. of St. Louis were with their par ents Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Gentry this week. Hardin Moore and several other good citizens ol the Climax sectn n were tc town Tuesday and reports most of the people in that section for good roads. Misses Carrie and Louise a crowd r f entertained Friday evening, in young folks honor of Mr. Walter Hopkins of Milton, Oregon. Col. Woodson May, Assistant State Fire Marshall and Editor of the Somerset Journal, was in town on official business Tuesday enroute to London. Misses Ola and Kate DeBord of Ievcll Green were with Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Niceley Tuesday to Stanford to visit the family of their Uncle, Henry Catron. H-singer hard you could learn one of them? That amount will be paid to any man who is opposing Siooo the nond issue, if he can back urj his statement "that no state aid can be obtained by Rockcastle for building road?. Now show np or shut up. Mrs. A. Pennington died at her home in Livingston yesterday 01 brights disease, following an illness which has lasted more than a year. The funeral will be at Livingston this afternoon and the remains brought to Mt. Vernon on No. 22 and taken to the home of her daughter, Mrs. Parrott and held over night, the burial to take place tomorrow in Elmwood cemetry. In our next issue will appear a more complete account. from the last statement in the paragraph just quoted that the statement referred to the county, and not to the State line. It appears that by a stenographic error the word "State" in the fifth line of the paragraph was inserted instead of THE COMING OF SPRING If you want a hand-tailore- d suit; vou can tell just look whet, made up. the big swatches to select from with a yard or so in a piece. We are Agents for Straus Bros., Master Tailors of th world. how it will as we have Sutton 5; McBee. Noticc to School Trustees. Have just received blanks and pads for taking census. When in town at our office and get same. The Board of Education will meet March 20U1 to make necessary changes in districts. W. A. B. Davis, S.C.S. c-11 About 1 o'clock yesterday morning Henry Bullock the Sand Spring merchant, was aroused by Millard Arnold and John Smith and requested to open his store and get them something to the word "county." It is evident from the law that your county would only be required to build to the county line on the roads leading to the county seats of the adjoining counties. As your county does not touch a any other McFarland Memorial county in of course State, your boundary does not Presbyterian Church touch any State hue, However, a border if your county jvere The following services are for county, then you, would have a next week: right to build from the county seat Sabbath School 9.45 a. m. to the State line, on the most diC, E. Society 6.30 p. m. and practical route to the Wednesday night, Prayer meet- rect county seats of the adjoining ing held every week at 7.30 p. in. counties in State. It Come and bring a promise from very likely that I did not read is the word ot God. the letter of February 4th, as I Christian Instruction Class 4 p had a large number of letters on m. at the Manse every Thursday. that day and trusted to someone The Young Peoples Missionary else to read over the letters: but I Union will soon present a Pageant do not see how any one could mis entitled "The Immigrant at Ellis understand the .meaning of the Island." Full notice later. although the word paragraph, Nearly every American citizen "State" was misused by the has known much of thefbistory of stenographer instead of the word the late Frank James, the noted "county" in the fifth line as afore bandit ank outlaw, whotenorized said. Trusting that this will clear the more than one State fqr many months following the civil war. matter up and that you underFew people, hovyever, know that-h- stand it thoroughly. J. beg to rewas probably the foremost main qf this Shakespearean student Yours truly, country. In speaking of his deROBERT C. TEJRREILL.. mise a few days ago, Senator WilCommissioner of Public Road.s, liam J. Stone, of Missouri, stated that it was a fact that Frank James Best Treatment For Cqstipa-tjqn- , was the most familiar man in this country with writings of Shake 'My daughter used Chamberspeare. "Oftimes, said Senator lain's Tablets for constipation with Stone, "Frank James would quote good results and I can recommend some familiar passage of Shake- them highly," writes Poul B. Bab-iBrushly, La. For sale by all speare while the mask was over dealers, his eyes"and he was making demand of a cashier for the funds of tnp hanb t.Vinr Vsa mao nKV..v "S The Senator had a very high opinion of the late bandit's intellect, and said that he was exceptionally bright and entertaining in con. versation ( the-adjacent e n, We'll welcome the chance to show you what a bully lot of fresh, springy styles we have to r ' choose from in head, headaches, depression of spirits, nervousness, unsound digestion, lost appetite, and susceptibility to coughs and colds. Cooper then told how the faulty methods of living produce rheumatism and kidney complaints. How the body, when the organs falter or fail, fills up with poisons generated by one's own system. He explained how Tanlac, the miraculous medicine, would combat these conditions, as it had done among the thousands of sufferers in the iast, as well as many hundreds in Lexington, who had already used the preparation, and found Tanlac an unfailing source of benefit. "Tanlac" he said, "builds up the constitution weok-ene- d by disease and medtal and physical overwork, quickens and is a sound source of comfort to the aged and infirm.' Tanlac is sold in Mt. Vernon by CHAS. C. DAVIS. e, full w- - $10. $3 hliila oil! TS 1 m jt 20. if ner $3.50 $2 hoes $ Q O $1 pi ng" 3. tS and all Spring Furnishings to comptete your outfit Fish style wont wear off : its ,.built LEYEL K.EEiN. in the goods ; Great Crowds Hear Cooper AthenianLJterary Spriety of the Qur Faulty Method Of Living Mt. Vernon Hjgji S,cho.ql was, hejd The second meeting of the yesterday afternoon in ths Graded School Song-O- Chapel. Tl)e following Produces. Ill Health'' He ay$ Lexington, March 5, I915, Cooper, the man who 'creL. ated such a favorable impression in the big Eastern cities with his health theories and medicine, bas attracted immense gatherings in Lexington, where the famous philanthropist has delivered a aeries of lectures in connection with his introduction of Tanlac, the medicine that is producing suoh retnarkable'tesults in Central Kentuoky. Probably ten or fifteen thousand have beard hooper talk duaing the past few weeks. Possessed of an magunusual amount netism, Cooper seems to draw his crowds from allwalks of life, and from everywhere in the Blue Grass section. During the course1 of a recent lecture he said : "Possibly the most prevalent and distressing condition known of-personal program was given? Black Joe, Society Essay The Slaye, Logan Bryant The Greatest Need of the Bjackman, Hyatt Crawford Reading Sparklets, " Marguerite Welch Life of Booker T, Washington, Mary Langford Book Review Unde Tom's Cabin, Ida Hamlm Story, Eugene Fishback s This organization is composed only of members who are willing andauicious to do their part and from ne interest manifested, an excellent society is expected. Our next program Is a Good Road program- - in which the subject tor debate is "Resolved: that good roads are a greater benefit to the country man than to the town- man. ld CASTORIA GJiildrea Qvy FOR FLETjDHERY C. E. MuUius, of Withers was 6 hepe last week calling on the mer.3 " We Stand By What You Buy " chants. J. T. Vanhook is in z Tenn. this week on business. fc Misses Ola and Kate DeBord are i. visiting their uncle, H. H. Catron, at Cedar Creek this week Mr. s Si and Mrs. Wm. Hurst and Mrs. HI ifcJKpfc-J-..jjScV n B f j P Sl. Coleman Broughton and children T.EADIrlGJ spent Saturday night and Sunday family of James Hurst. with the Mrs. James Vanhook was very " ": "wn a few days first of the sick for week. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Mullins and son, Woodrow, spent last Friday with her parents at Ocala Mrs. Wm. H. Brown spent Sat 1 urday and Sundav with her daughter, Mrs. O. L. Hatcher. M. E Burton was in Somerset last week on business. Mrs Mary Hurley has returned rrom a few days pr : .; mi ' j T'iw hit j" stay at her home near Science iAKING w'i'p' hill. Little Miss Ella Gentry of 7 vs? POWDER Quail, Is spending- - the week with wher aupt Mrs. J. L. Niceley. Mr. a,nq Mrs. S. J. McWilliams spent Sunday with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. J. L. Hasty. J. P. Mullins remains in very poor Py mr.rj health, some days is not able to be m''7 ECONOMY that's one thn you .ire MmtW out at all. W. A. Todd spent a looking for in ..cse days mltV i'.i'f of hiffh living cost Calumet insures a wonder few days first of the week with ful saving in y r baking. But it does more. his brother, H. T. Todd at Etna j; It insures wholclomc fjod,tasty food uniformly raised food. R. E- - Lawrence was found dead at Calumet is made riht to sell right to bake right. Ask his home, vnear Brodhead, last one of the millions of women who use it or ask your grocer. Friday morning and was brought j r RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS World'3 Puro Foci! Exposition, Chicngo, DL to the home of his son, A. F. Law- m Cans imposition, l ranee, March, 1912. M, rence, and funeral services were conducted at. Poplar Grove SaturTon 4onvt urs .moce? tr&ea ,Tsa Lcr clns cr. li?.eaa .fulmr Bvr. Dnn't tu'ilfl Rav (?..... , . . r r day. Wade H. Mullins was in Mt. zli It t more cconocucu nor wnclocics tat resaiu. uccu u tzr sapenor to soar sue aad i MfH J.v.'J hst Saturday. Mrs. W. T. Men while yon are urging your Ah! The Invigorating Whiff continues to improve. Mr. wives to econ imiz i are you co Of The, Pine Forest! and Mrs; G. N. Bray of Wabd, spent Saturday night and' Sunday aperating with th.m? We offer a Haw it clears the throat and with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. splendid opportunity to do so on wau 0111s uucous aumenis, It is of .Newness and Vigoi; your Springs Suit Will you in- - this spirithealttf-giviriL. Thompson. from the Piney Forvestigate? Sutton ft McBee. ests brought Pack-''-'bDr. Bell's Taylor do your tailoring, Let Pine-Ta- r Honeys- - Antiseptic and ver sOD spring patterns shown at healing. Buy a, bottle AIL FOR FLETCHER'S Fish's and they guarantee a per0rugist?,'25c , fect fit or no pay. Electr c Bitters a Spririg Tonicv F' jt Th Home of -'iH od Clothes Costs MMmmm ffM jj'i .yjvts J.r'.-.iiJ.,.3jt.Pm'C7J- akes Belter MET De-Bor- d nsoia rn-e-j --. -- J g y Childon Cry to-da- y. CASTORIA je w -- .. . ,. ., i. l.,ii ,,. ,i - .p.,1 ..- -- in, i- ryyiwi u -- n'jy 'tiaMTTTB j33toC:-t-; Sk Ig5X''ftJL2fc!C3pC3g3Ck UNDERTAKER j I ARE You RHEUMATIC GRANVILLE OWENS Brodhead :g & COMPLETE Ky auu iccii i c- hef from Rhentnatism, do what so many thousand Other people are doing whenever an attack comes on bathe the sore muscle or joint with Sloan's Liniment. No need to rub it in just apply the Lini- men t to the surface. It is wond-- j warn 4ui LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail, Telegraph or Tele- - fk N phone orders Promptly Filled IfFfeSsSH IXXOOC lXGCrZDX & iUMB P I .UNDERTAKER 1 m&$ $ $ m ne SPaskets Uii iBBS3j-.A4wiSs- ! till ?IBHg2s3 All Sr 1 w) rNJ I fFy$&L raw nSM Mi i) m Hand - made offins furnished Hearse seul to all parts ot orders by Wire Promptly Filled VW II I WVyl i'. VERXON, KY. Phone 94-- S iAI i ill i J i j 1 fi TTTiiTTTlTii i IT ii TTTiiu "i in 1" itn ni n tt i i i t ifTn? 7T I iTmlunrr.TlTiTiftfelli tTinnm i il imTTTi! i n lYiiini iTin SWfifffffl You CanMakeYour HouseMore Attractive With the Handsome Babbitt Premiums can of Babbitt's pure lye is paid insurance against dirt or germs: guaranteeing clean A TEN-CEN- T sinks, and thoroughly sweet and sanitary conditions in the home, and in your barns, kennels or hen houses. If you will write we will send you a book Absolutely Free telling a hundred uses for Babbitt's Lye; also our premium catalogue illustrating beautiful and valuable presents exchanged for coupons. 3 B.T. BABBITT BABBITT'S LYE P. O. 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Fined Cafe in LouurilU, with moderate s" price. 1 Club Breakfast from 25c up ; noon day Lunch 50c; table de bote Dinner, 6 to 8 p. m $ .00. Alo elaborate a la carte service in Restaurant. Rathskeller open from 4 p. m. to I a. m. Orchestral and vocal music TtOOM PRICES Witi running water and private toilet $1 per day With private bath $1.50 up to $3.00 per day Large sample rsomi with prhate bath $2.50 to $3.50 per day. You are cordially invited to mate this hotel your headquarters while in Louisville, even if only for a day. Have jour mail and paclagcs eddresred here. You will always be a welcome guest. ROBERT B. JONES, ManaSer. A pain in the side or back that catches yau when you straighten up calls for a rubbing application of Ballard's bnow Liniment. It relaxes the contracted muscles and permits ordinarj' bodilv motion without sufferingnr inconvenience Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle Fnid bv John Robins, Brodhead, Henry Ross, Idiott, Defendant. ordered to be made By virtue of a judgment and Order of sum of money amountitsr to 8146.00, with inrerest at Mount Vernon Monumental sale of Rockcastle Circuit Court, render- the rate of 8 per cent per annum from ' ed at the Jannary- - Term, thereof in the above cause. I shall proceed to offer for the 1st day of J anuary, 1914, until paid expended. j sale, at the Court House door in Mt. and the cost herein For the purcHase price the purchaser I Vernon, Rockcastle County, Ky., to the of and highest and best bidder, at public auc- must execute bond with approved surety bearing leaal interest from the day of4 and tion, on Monday, the 22nd day of Mch. sale until paid and having the force and 1915, between the hours Granite Monuments of all m. and 4 o'clock p.m. of 10 o'clock a. effect of a.judgment. Bidders will be (being reerular kinds. Estimates furnished County Court day), upon a credit of six prepared to comply promptly with these months, the following described proper- - terms on application. G. S. GIIPFIN, ty, to wit: Master Commissioner of Hockcastle interest in a tract of A GEO. OWENS Propr Circuit Court. lane located in Rockcastle County, Ky., Pone 112 and bounded unn described as follows, Smith and family, of county, are spending a few days with his brother, H. L. toa whe oaka"d dogwood-Pott- s corner; thence N. 79 E. 4 poles toa Smith, of this place. Robert and 64 po,es black alnlU. thence s 43 to a stake: thence S. 46 W 23 poles to William Reams started to Missouri the beginning, and containing 8 acres, where they intend to visit relah Also the undivided intniest tives and make that couutry their erfully penetrating. Itgoes right in a small track of land containing Ik to the seat of trouble and draws acres, more or less, said track isbound- - home if they are satisfied. Mrs. the pain almost immediately. Get ed as follows: On the north by the J L Ball is very sick at this wait a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for lands of William Adams and Henry ing. All the rnst of the sick at The Kind You Have Always Bought, and "which has been 25c of any dt Uggist and have it in Hysinger; on the east by landB of John this place are convalescent. D. in xtse for over SO years, has borne the signature ot ana has been mauc imuer nis per-'.Sthe house against Colds, Sore Boyd; on the south by the lands of John G. Clark, our most enthusiastic sonal supervision since its infancy. J? and Swollen ioints. Lumbago. Leece and on the west by the lands of J. Bond Issue man, was in Mt. Ver- Allow no one to deceive yon in this. Sciatica, and liKe ailments. Your T. Tate. are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and money back if not satisfied, but it For th.j purchase price the purchaser uon. Monday and Tuesday of this Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of must oxecute bond with approved secur-- j week. does give almost instant relief. There has been quite a Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. ity, bearing legal interest from the day blow out at Johnetta, in which ofsaleuntilpaid and having the Notice Sheriff Stephen Van, flection and effect of a judgment. Bidders force x will seems to have got tbe worst of beprepated to comply promptly with Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, PareH. L. Smith and Bro. Tandy terms. goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It Pursuant to the order of the G. S. GRIFFIN, are in Richmond on business. contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic Rockcastle Couuty Court at the Master Commissioner of Rockcastle Deputy Sheriff Jack Abney and substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Fcverishness. For more than thirty years it Circuit Court. regular January term 1915, notice Dee Cummins were in this neighlias been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, TO THE HOUSEWIfE. is hereby given that an election Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and borhood yesterday (Tuesdayi and Diarrhcea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, will be held m each of the voting Madam, if your husband is like rounded up quite a number c assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. precincts of Rockcastle County on most men he expects you to look the boys. a We have had a rail The Mother's Friend. The Children's tne 27th day of March 1915 for the after the health of yourself and road dete-tiv- e with us two days purpose of taking the sense of the children, Coughs ana colds are this week ilev. Rode Mullins GENUINE ALWAYS legal voters ol Rockcastle Couuty the most common of tbe minor ail- will be here Saturday night of ments and are most likely to lead (Bears the Signature of on the question whether said coun- to secious diseases. A child is this week. This will be Bro. Muty shall issue bonds to an amount much more likely to contract dip llins' first sermon. Come and hear not exceeding $100,0(10 or for the theria or scarlet fever when it has liiin. Salem Laswell has moved purpose of building turn pikes in a cold. If you will inquire into from Arja, Ky., to Wolf Creek, ehe meiits of the various remedies Ky. Albert Rockcastle County. Clark.of Clark Ranch that are recommeoded for coughs was in Mt. Vernon. Mnnrfuv. The said order of election and and colds, you will find that Cham Mr. Menry Mason bns moved to I the purpose thereof are fully set berlain's Cough Remedy stands of people the Hilton property, one mile out in said order which is as fol- high in the estimation who use it. It is prompt and ef- south of here. To the people of lows: Years In Use For Over fectual, pleasant and safe to take Rockcastle County Court, Jan- which are qualities especially to be Orlando let us remember that our IfWYORK CITY. cer the uary lerm 1915. desired when a medicine is intend prayer meetings here aie just . It appearing that a petition ed for children. For sale by all wh?t we make them, and our signed by more than one hundred dealers. roads are just what we make them, so vote for the bond issue. and fifty legal voters, who are COMMISSIONER'S SALE tree holders of Rockcastle county, Malinda King, Plaintiff. State of Ohio, city of Toledo") was tiled in the office of the Clerk VS. SS. of the Rockcastle County Court, Daniel King, Lucas County ) Defendant and with theudge thereof, on By virtue of a judgment and order of Frank J. Cheney makes oath sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, that he is senior the 25th day of January 1915 askpartner of the ing that an election be held in said rendered at the January Term, 1915, firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing thereof, in the above cause, I shall procounty, March 27, 1915, for the ceed to offer for sale, at the Court nsiness in the city of Toledo, purpose of submitting to the legal House door, in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County and State aforesaid, and voters said county the question of County, Ky., to the highest and best 'hat said firm will pay the sum of whether the Fiscal Court of said bidder, at public auction, on Monday One Hunred Dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot county, shall issue and sell the the 22nd day of March, 1914, between e cured by the use of Hall's Cathe hours of 10 o'clock a m. and 4 bonds of said county in an amount o'clock p. m, (being regular County tarrh Cure Frank J. Cheney. ujt to exceed 100,000. Said Court daj ) upon a credit of six tnonthb Sworn to before me and subBonds to be sold and the pro the following described property to wit: scribed in my presence, this 6th ceeds arising therefrom to be used A tract of land located in Rockcastle day of December, A. D 1886. County, Ky., on the waters of Rockcasin building and constructing turn tle River, and bounded as follows: Be(Seal) A. W. Gleason, pikes in Rockcastle County and ginning at a hickory on top of a ridge: Notary Public. thence So poles to a black oak; Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inthrough territory hereinafter des thence south 35 poles to a pine; thence south ignated by the said Fiscal court south 5O poles lp.;ustone on top of a ternally and acts directly upon the ridge; thence west 125 poles to a pine in blood and and State Road Department and W. M Begley's line; thence north 10 system. raucous surfaces of the Send for testimonials, the Court being sufficiently advis- poles48to three pines: thence north 35JS free. west poles to two pines on top of a ed, now Orders that said election ridge: thence north 31 west 16 poles to F. J. Cheney & Co .Toledo, O. beheld at the tme and for pur- two black oaks at a cliff; thence running Sold by all Druggists, 75c. with the cliff north to the said Smith Take Hall's Family Pills for pose stated in said petition and line; thence running with the Smith . that Cam Mullins, Sheriff, of line 30 poles East to a hickory near a Mt. Vernon, Ky. .' Chas. C. Davis branch: thence east with J. C tfockcastle County, be and he is line 81 poles to the beginning Bankhereby directed to cause a poll to containing 100 acres For the purchase price the purchaser be opened and an election to be must execute bond with approved seheld in the County of Rockcastle. curity, bearing legal interest from the On the 27th day of March 1915. day of sale until paid and having the KNOBS ESSENTIAL OIL CO. And he will cause the polls be force and effect of a judgment. BidAT PUBLIC AUCTION opened in each and all of the vot- ders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. By Order of the United States ing precincts in said county; and G S. GRIFFIN, he is directed to advertise said I Master Commissioner of Rockcastle District Court, Western District of Kentucky, Bankruptcy Divis election and the object thereof at Circuit Court. are determined to give ion, Louisville, Kv. least 30 days next before the day A good treatment for a cold setI will as Trustee of the Knobs thereof in some newspaper having tled in the lungs is a Herricks Reo Essential Oil Co. sell between tl 9 our patrons better servics this the largest circulation in the Pepper Porous Plaster applied to county also by printed handbills the chest to draw out inflamation hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 2 year any before. posted up at not less than four and Ballard's Horehound Syrup to 'clockp. m. on Thursday, March public public places in each voting relax tightness. You get the tw 11, A. D. 1910, all of the m.ichin motto is on everyprecinct in the County and at the two remedies for price ot one by c;rv and general equipment as Court house door. All legal voters buying the dollar size Horehound contained in the plant situated at thing every Anybody of said County shall be privileged Syrup; there is a porous plastor Brodhead, near Mt. Vernon, free with each bottle. Sold by to vote at said election. Kentucky, Rockcastle County, John Robins, Brodhead. Ky. will show you where we are, Copy Attest: ind consisting chiefly of engines, S. F. BOWMAN, Clerk: COMMISSIONERS SALE boilers, tanks, hog, stump pullers, Given under my hand as Sheriff J. M. Craig, Admr., of shafting, belting, carboys, separarespectfully, of Rockcastle County, this the Solomon Riddle, Plaintiff tor etc., also sassafras roots, like17th day of February 1915. VS. wise a 3 years lease on ground Sarah J. Riddle, Dora Gaut, C. CAM MULLINS. near plant with wooden building John Gaut, Carl Walls and Sheriff of Rockcastle County. thereof being George Livesay Defendants. thereon, the soil Qhonc No. 39 By virtue of a judgment and order of largely sassafras roots. Try and Wear Out sale of the Rockcastlo Circuit Court TERMS OF SALE: No Use to Your Cold, It Will Wear rendered at the January Term, i915, With the right in the Court to thereof, in the above cause, I shall proYou Out Instead at ceed to offer for sale at the Court House reject any and all bids. Sale Thousands keep on suffering door in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County auction to the highest bidder on Cougs and Golds thru neglect and Ky., to the highest and best bidder, at the. premises. delay. Why make yourself an public auction, on Monday the 22nd For further particulars apply to easy prey to serious ailments and day of March, 1915, between the hours R. H COURTNEY, Trustee. epidemics as the result of a neg- of 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p m. Bldg. 1415 lected Cold? Coughs and Colds (being regular County Court day), upon Louisville, Ky. sap your strength and vitality un- a credit of six months, the following deless checked in the early stages. scribed property to wit: Dr. Ding's New Discovery is what a lot located I of a mile west of the For the Stomach and Liver you need the first dose helps. Court House in Jit. Vernon, Rockcastle N. Stuart, West Webster, N. Your head clears up, you breathe County, Ky., and beginning at a stake Y.,I.writes: "'I have used Cham "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have re- and south side of freely and you feel so much better in theOrchard road,the Mt Vernon east about 17f eet Crab berlain's Tablets for disorders of W ceived from the use of Thedford's writes Buy a bottle and start tak- of a walnut tree located just inside the tbe stomach and liver off and on Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. Mrs. . fence alongsaid road;thence nearly west ing at once. years, and it afwith the fence 100 feet to the north east for the past five "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds corner of Robert Taylor's lot; thence fords me pleasure to state that I COMMISSIONER'S SALE liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draugnearly south 3oO feet to a stake; thence have found them to be just as rep nearly east 100 feet to a stake; thence resented. They are mild in the.r saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, J. T. Tate, sueing as Committee nearly north 300' feet to the beginning. action and the results have been they went in on her. but one good dose of Thedford's of Henry Ross.and in This lot fronts 100 feet on the Mt. VerBlack-Draug- ht non and Crab Orchard road, and runs satisfactory. I value them highown right ' his Plaintiff. made them break out, and she has had no JJ back of equal width 300 feet. ly . " For sale by all dealers. VS. more trouble. 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