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Established 1887 i m"m ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, ry m KYM FRIDAY MAY 28, 1915 " 3tt t' C X If v VI III PW MR ' in town Tuesday afternoon. Mrs of more than 100 people. Peter H. H. Hutcheson returned to her Lee Atherton was the leader of home in Middlesboro Wednesday after spenuing a week with her the Liuisville delegation which sister, Mrs, W. E. Gravely and appeared almost as large as that of family- - Jop Albright, of Lebanon Cincinnati. All the delegations from Rich Junction, was with his father, W. H. Albright, mid other relatives mond and eastern points to i I Chat-tanooga ;::s:ii8g:::UH;:::::::::::U a m, ,y H Ta i 4' 4$ "'x .mi:"x i fA. v 11 n fo.iP USf I i Rev. Mr. Christian church will preach at the Christian church here Friday evening June 4th. Everybody cordinlly invited to attend. Johu Robins, J. R. Cass and A. M. Hiatt were in Louisville Thursday. Some Forms here this week. The Young of Mt. Vernon marked with Cincinnati, pulling for Eastern route. Lexington was almost ""a a a a 9 NUMBER 32 aami:;:z::"! M a in of Rheumatism Curable iKISji. S? Values made ble by new methods possiPaper was once made by hand the first printing was done on a hand press but think what this newspaper would cost you if it was made terized by pains in the joints and in the muscles. The most common forms are: Acuteand Chronic Rheumatism, Rheumatic I Rheumatism is a disease charac Head- for sometime, tho had a leaning for Central route via Lancaster. Somerset etc, but about ten w uuuk, L. oaiuruay, wnen it was rumored that Cincinnati was likely to loose out of the game then Lexington walked up to the importance of the Eastern route. It was also rumored that someenemj had reported to the Commissioners that no bond issue had been officially reported as having been neutral an a a a BAKER'S MT. VERNON a. 3ft KENTUCKY "v"" aM a.. S.. .. k'll 1 I m I We Beg Great est Sale To Advise That We Have Bought that way aches, bciatica Rheumatism and Lurabatro. All of these tvnes can be helped absolutely by applying some goou nmment map penetrates An apolication of Sloan's Liniment two or three times a day to the affected part will give instant relief. Sloau's Liniment is good for pain, and especially Rheumatic P: in, because it penetrates to the seat of the trouble, soothes the afflicted part and draws the pain. "Sloan's Liniment is all medicine." Get a 25c. bottle now. Keep it handy in caee of omergency. Why not buy clothes that are produced by scientific methods that fit, wear and keep on fitting and wearing because the7 are made right, and at the same time ytthe least possi- ble cost. ' Dixie Highway voted upon in S. E. Kentucky. Things livened up in hurry. Lexington, Richmond, Mt, Vernon, BarbourviHc and Knoxville delegates (others having gone home) hurriedly got their remaining offi cial documents together and rusht up a typewritten statement of what had been done and was be ing done in S. E. Kentucky on Boone Way. This Statement was signed by President of Boone Way and John Henry Wilson of Barbourville. The lat ter two were sent to tbe Commissioners room where documents were presented to Commissioner Hanger and retired to await the an At a Discount Much Below Cost Boy s Suits, Men's, Women's and Childrenfs bhoes and Slippers, Dry Goods, Ladies', Misses and Childrens House Dresses, &o, &c. And We Have Added Thereto Volumns of Merchandise Of Our Own, it being our intention to make this by far the Greatest Selling FOR CASH A Great Lot of Merchandise consisting of Men's and Routed Through . result. Not far from noon the report was made known that a loop was agreed upon. Then a rush was made to hotel local telegrapn office to send the glad tidings to tbe Toe the History of the Trade. OUR Event in We know that no other clothing makers have followed scientific methods as long or as thoroughly as the makers of Clothcraft so we have bought Clothcraft Clothes foi you and can sell them 1o you nt$10 to $20. uie it. Vernon Prices will be named that will make new Low Records, and no Live Money Saver can afford to miss this opportunity. friends of the Eastern route. The decision of the fourteen Dixie Highway Commissioner's at meeting May 20 to 22nd makes a loop between and Indianapolis. The Eastern roatc fjaasinn tliru Knoxville. Cumberland Gap, Lon don, Mt. Vernon, Berea, Richmond Lexington and Cincinnati to In dianapolis. The west loop runs from Chattanooga thru Nashville and Louisville to Indianapolis converging there with Eastern loop thence to Chicago. South of Chattanooga there are two or three loops between that point and Mi ama the Southern terminus. It was the biggest road meeting ever held in this country. Delegations were in attendance from nearly every county between Chicago and Mia ma. The Eastern route advocates were ably led by Sunator Joe F. Boswortb, Middlesboro; A. F Sanford, Knoxville; R. E Tnrley, Richmond; assisted by delegates Richmond, Berea, Mt, Vernon, Barbourvijle, Pineville, Middlesboro, Cumberland Gap and points thru KnoxvJle to Chattanooga,. The Richmond delegation in cluded R. E. Turlev and Chas. F naitanooga The Spring Styles are ready and they are beauties you today. we can serve Sutton & M BKODHKAD . c O. E. B ee Mrs. L. M. Brown joined her busbaud at Valley Station last week. Mr Brown is fanning there- .- A. Jtf. Hiatt, Walter Robins, Julian Bordes, Ed Smith, J. L. Pilkenton. Sylvan Borde? and John Robins attended the Masonic banquet at Orab Orchard Thurs day of last week. Dr. Phillips, the Master, sure bad things arranged to a Queen's taste. The 3rd degree was conferred on two candidates, Dave Jackson Grand Secretary and Past Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Kentucky j tesiding. Grand Senior Warden James N. Saunders, of Stanford, occupying the "Wect. The degree work was put on in great style at the Odd Fellow hall, from where the assembly adjourned to meet at the Masonic hall, and where two tables the full length of the hall were loaded with goad things to eat. A band of delightful music added much to the enjoyment of the occasion. The ladies were in full attendance, and are sure to be congratulated upon the tasteful manner in which the tables were arranged and the good things upon them, that no one except the wife, widow, sister, mother or daughter of a mason could pos sibly furnish. Speeches were delivered by Dr. Phillips, George B. Lyne, Dave Jackson, J. N. Saunders, and Grand Worthy Patron Johnson, of Lebanon Junction, was here last Sunday to see M rs. R. C. Thompson, who is very low. Mrs. J. B. Pike, Misses Et ta and Sue Cable returned from a two weeks visit to their brother C. C. Cable in Danville. J. E. Wallen has been home several days on account of ill health. Wallace Haggard and Cecil Haves took teachers examination at Mt. Vernon last Friday and Saturday lid Hurt, of Lebanon Junction, was with his father and brother here during tbe week. Oscar Bryant, of Mt Vernon, was here a day or two the tf rst of the week talking Ford to some of our townsmen. J. B. Pike, who js most killing himself at hard labor down in (Jasey county, $ with home folks here for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Anderson, of Garrard County, were the guests of their son, W. H. Anderson, here during the week. The Roy. A. J, Pike filled his regular appointment at Kirksville Saturdav and Sunday B. C. Anderson gold the Cherry store house lot to Robt. H. Hicks for 430 00, and sold his old home-stad Higgings;H P. Herndonand Prof F O. Clark, Berea; W. J. Sparks and James Maret, Mt. Vernon; Henry Wilson, Barbourville; John Judge P. R. Patterson, PinvilJe: Senator Joe. F. Boswopth Middlesboro and Cumberjand Gap's good booster J. Frank White. Some of the names of delegates in attendance from along Boone Way, to the north of us, that we remember, were Congressman Harvey Helm, Stanford; John M. Farra, J. S. Halzendon; John T. Gill and W- - T. Elkins, Lancaster; E R. Dillehay, j. T. Nichols and J. M. Wallace. Danville; D. Y Willis, Nicholasville; Edwin L Quarles, Lexington; Eugene Cowles, Shelbyville; N. L. Curry, Harrodsburg; Robert W. Br.own, of Tbe Times and Eusrene Stuart Secretary of Automobile Club, Louisville. Some of tbe best speakers of our country present ed the claims of their various routes. Mr. O'Hair, who beat your uncle Joe Cannon, of Danville Illinois, 34 votes for congress and was in turn defeated by uncle Joe, by 8.000 votes presented the claims of the Eastern Illinois route on. which would have been a tangent of a hundred miles without a curve. One county he said had appropriated $1,500,000 for road purposes withinjits borders. Book Walter, of Indlnapo lis represented lis city. Ex-Goernor James Cojd, cf Ohio was with the strong Cincinnati delegation Ex-May- F. Boworth knows his business when it comes to speak- mg "out in meeting" if there is anything comes up on the road question A. F Sunford, K.noxville's live wire deserves the hearty thanks of Eastern Tennessee, Eastern Ken tucky Cincinnati and East In diana for his masterly presentation of facts, figures and maps of the Eastern route. We bad the goods here and m East Tennessee but it took just such a man as Sanford to collect the right information, data aud get it into a presentable and understandable shape. All honor to Mr. Sanford, the worker. We askt J. H. Wilson, some hours before a decision was given by the Commissioners, when he expected to go home. He remarkt, "when I so on the battlefield I remain until the last corpse is buried. There are many above ground yet." J. S. Haselden, of Lancaster, with the degree team from the "Lancaster Kennel No. 116, Order of the Yaller Dog," conferred tbe degree upon candidates from even states in room 60q Hotel Patteq. ' There was almost a constant stream passing to and from the temporary kennel. The principal offlcors are these: Chief Barker. Noble Growler. Principal Scratcher, Head Whiner, First Yelper, Grand Pound Keeper, Rgver and PpntQ. There was some noise proceeding from 60Q many hours during thday. Signs, whistles, barks, growls, calls and pass words are used so as to enable one ' 'yaller dog" to recognize another yelper. Are you a' Yaller Dog? Give this answer , provided you are an STORE WILL BE Brim Full of Bargains EVERYTHING SOLD AT A SACRIFICE I It would take this entire paper, were we to name each item we have to offer you, so we must content ourselves by saying, " COME AND SEE." Don't Fail to see Our Big Stock of Clothing new and at nearly! One-haPriee. SHOES and SLIPPERS at Less than Cost to make up. Carpets and Matting Druggets and Rugs for less. up-to-d- ate lf Our Motto: "SELL IT FOR LESS tt os MT. VERNON KENTUCKY L&J BAKER'S I " t :::: .Mil 'JsJ!:sJ!::5t:::t:t::::j:::i::::::??J5S:itJs:t::tt::;;::::::::::::::::: one. of iGO acres to irs Si,n W. H. d-a- Montgomery, of Caneyville, JECy. A number of lodges were represented, and everybody enjoyed the hospitality of the Crab Orchard masons. Prof. J. L. Pilkenton lett last Friday on an extended trip along the L. & N. selling School furniture. Rev. D. G. Combs, of Mt. Sterling, held regular services at the Christian church Saturday and Sunday. Miss Angie Hunt, of Maretburg, was the guest of Mt. and Mrs. W. H, Anderson Saturday. Dr. Jolan Rigsbyand John Cress were Anderson for $200:Q.OO, both being cash transactions. Mrs. Walter Smith of Crab Orchard, was the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs J M. Owens during the week. Miss Elizabeth Storm, who has been teaching in Florida mr several months, is with hei parents hece this week. J. J, Painter was telegraphing at Rowland during the week. Dr, and Mrs. W. T. Frnacis, of Mt. Vernon, were visiting their daughter, Mrs. Sylvan Bordes, during the week. Miss Eila Carson is at home this week, after finishing her auties at the Langdon Memorial school at Mt. Vernon. Wallace Haggard and Gov. Pike witnessed the Mt. Vernon baseball team' give tbe Corbin boys a good walloping Tuesday afternoon. is John M. Farra ls'a brave fighter and a good loser. Judge Patterson, of Pineville is to the delegates from Chicago to Miama telling them to Now See What Mt. Vernon "went and done. " It proved a great hit with everybody and many requested to be given mote than one card to be taken back home. M. M. Smith.. Of Orlando T7lo Mw, i io., " S he was personally acquainted with J udge 1. A, Stewart of De Land Fla. Most of our people remem a good worker. Mt. Vernon gave out 500 cards thru Chicamauga Park and other battle grouuds, Fort Oglethorpe, Ga., Lookout Mountain, Missionary Ridge (all battle fields) with hundreds f monuments, markers tablets, cannons etc. The "General" the locomotive captured by the "And raiders" in 1S62, in attempt to cut the lin of communication of the Confeder ates in 1862 by burning bridges,. etc. is on exhibition in Union np pot. The raiders were captured; eight were executed as spies, six were paroled and eight escaped from prison. Capt. Andrews was a Kentuckian. A large monu ment has been erected in the National cemetery, to their memory on which is mounted a loco motive figure after the pattern of f E Bvery Transaction in this eanK is for the best Whoso CUSTOMSSS Interoses Are First and Foremost Interest o our Wlh Us We would sanction no transaction which did not, in every way, make for the best Interests of our customers . Recognizing the fact our customers, not only require, but insist upon the best service and absolute safetv. the 'General". Everybody wasn't satisfied but a large number were. Cliff Buford, a Lancaster boy is in Southern Express office, Chat tanooga. Been there 15 years. -- I have started. 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 The Bank of Mt Vernon v i as being a go. Dizziness, vertigo (blind stag- native or Koclrcastle. I have USed Chamhprlain'c frpre cnllnmmmcU;n. Tablets off and on for the past six are symptoms of torpid liver. No Oueof Mt Vornnnlr J1 i jrs.no "ucuow my aiver snows i one can feel well while the liver is raggf,d i ou ri: f itrnnnitnit w. met Mr. James Robinson of Chat- wounds, collar and harness galls aigns-o- being in a disordered con- inactive. HER BINE is a power-liv- er tanoofTRTOhiu ? ti,o. A W,H ' heal when fiallard's dition. They have always acted f stimulant. A dose or two is applied. It is quickly and given me the desired will cause all bilious symptoms "nlment married to botl1 DeannS and anticeptic. Price .eliet," writes Mrs. K H. Trubus disaDDear. Trv it Prin this place. rv. lOf-nr,A . - ..1- - 01j toprmsrville. U. Y. FW sale by Sold bv mn John Robins, BrodheaL Most at the delegates made trips by John Robins, Rrodhead, Ky. (all dealers. i- oer Judge fcstewart Richmond, stood out for the Est- era roUte. Mt Vernon gets what she goes after and she is generally on the V The Bank that takes care of it's Customers M For a Torpid Liver mmmmlmmmmmmmm fl.l l.. uQGeuugwZvZ B"d up-quickl- n 1 I ii. X - . -- . v - i jti- - : i. tst-T- AiLiiiB&kj3MnL "wi ix 'i - cw7,wj.!llt ijgwny, wj l amnjta . ra&&2am 7T iSamSBt r -- - w- ?3i WBsmsm tract, on waters of Briii-Creek, containing 102,4 acres. Tract No OF SALE 47, known as James Anglin tract, " Friday, May 28. 1915 on waters ot Brush Creek, containwas realized. Born to the wife ing 261 acres. Tract No. 48 Publisktd every Friday by ' of Bill Odel, a fine boy on the 2 2d, UNITED STATES DISTRICT to Kerp known as F. M. Sexton tract, on EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. christened WilliamWalden. Rev. COURT waters of Brush Creek, containing Constantly Before D. Edga r Allen, of Mt. Vernon, EASTERN DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY Tract No. 49, known 42 acres. $I.OO filled his regular appointment at OBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR as the James Brewer tract, on SITTING AT RICHMOND the Baptist Church, Saturday and waters of Brush Creek, containing Advertising rates maae known on Sunday. Earl Rice, of Louisville, THE FACT THAT U3.3 acres. Tract No 50, known Ygu visited home folks, Sunday. Mr Potter Title & Your application as Garrard Bowles tract, on waters IT IS SEEKING and Mrs. A. T. Feathers, visited of Brush Creek, contianing 30 3 Complainant. Trust Co. relatives at Lebanon, Saturday acres. Tract No. 51, known ?is VS In Equity. Mr. Feathers has returned and The Allnite Coal & MEMBER OF Rosa Hollingsworth tnct, on watIt. Is Prepared Care KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Mrs. Feathers will remain a few Co. &c., Respondents' ers of Brush Creek, and contain Lumber U. G. Baker, of Mt. Ver days. ing 33 0 acres. Tract No. 52 1 Notice is hereby given that the mm, was here Sunday. Mr. and as Parker Scot tract, on known undersigned, Joe P. Chenault, Mrs. Claud Griffin, after a few waters of Crooked Creek, contain Special Master of the United days' visit with relatives here, ing 25 acres. Tract No 53, known t5 $ s$5 fc5 J 4:5 fcjv'?5 J t5 5 & J J 2 J States District Court for the Easthave returned home. G. D. Cook, as Stephen Anglin tract, on wab ern District of Kentucky, in the a highly respected cirizen of this ers of Crooked Creek, containing above styled cause, under and town has been asked to enter the I7O acres. Tract No. 54, known ANNOUNCEMENTS. pursuant to a decree and order of race for the Legislature by a numas the James Barnett tract, on We Are Authorized to Announce sale therein rendered and entered ber of his friends and is now conwaters of Crooked Creek, contain JITDGE B. J. BETHURUM of record, will, on Tuesday, June as Judge sidering whether he will or not. As a candidate for ing 25 acres. Tract No. 55 of the 2Sth Judicial District, subject to Mr. Cook is well known through- 8th, 1915, A. D., beginning at the & as the J. T. Clark tract, known the action of the Republican party, Auhour of ten o'clock a. m., at the out the county, being Post Master gust primary 1915 on waters of Brush Creek, confrontdoor of the Court House in We Are Authorized to Announce here for years and no man would taining 40 acres. Tract No. 56 the city of Mt. Vernon, Rockcas B. C. LEWIS stand a better show than he. known as the J. C. Broughton county, Kentucky, offer for sale As a candidate for State Senator for the tract, on waters of Brush Creek, 17th Senatorial District, subject to the Vegetation in this neck of the at public outcry to the highest and Republican party, August primary 1915. wooks house-painti- ng looks line, esp 'cially containing 408.33 acres Tract of six We Are Authorized to Announce gard. best bidder, on oredits No. 57. known as John C. Child "taters'Y ,injerns",and other months and nine months, in equal Dr. W. C. BLACK en truck. Some might take ex ers tract, onVatersof Roundstone installments, all of the hereinafter A6 a candidate for State Senator for the ceptions to our spelling but we Creek, containing 76 acres. Tract 17th Senatorial District, subject to the mentioned and described property were educated and graduated in No. 58, known as the J. R. Gathff Republican party. August primary 1915 towit: the old blue back speller, which tract, on waters of Brush Creek, We Are Authorized to Announce All of the right, title, interest was once the best book on earth, containing. 90 acres. Tract No M. L. JARVIS and claim of the defendant, The trac as Coni-- with the bible excepted, and atone Allnite Coal & 59, known as .lack Carper-teAs a candidal- - for Lumber Company, on wealth 'r- Attorney of the iJSth Ju time for a man to master that book on waters of Roundstone Creek, "71 dicial "Dirtrict. subject to Lhe action of he was considered to have a good in and to certain boundaries of containfug lGi.5 acres Tract No the Republican partv, August Trimarv, 1915. English education, but that time land lying in Rockcastle county ROCKCASTLE AND JACKSON CO'S. 00, known as theBrannaman tract has past and we are living in the and Jackson county, Kentucky, at We Are Authorized to Announce Tract No. 25, known as the on waters of Brush Creek, conThat will make satisfaction certain. W. T. DAVIS twentieth century, a progressive aud near Johnetta Post Office, on John C Anglin tiact, on waters of taining 90 acres. Tract No. 0t. waters of Brush Creek, As a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk, age where old things have passed the known as the Celia Clark tract, en of Rockcastle Count', subject to the and containing about ten thous- Clear Creek, containing 40.5 acres This paint has .been endorsed by away and new things, such as the actiou of the Republican primary AugNo.' 2G. waters of Brush Creek, containand (10,000) acres of land, under more or less. Tract ust 7, 1915. mm master painters for 25 years. It gives automobile, the Hying machine ing 52 75 acres. Tract No. 02. by virtue of a certain deed of known as the Golden Tract, on We Are Authorized to Announce wireless telegraphy, has taken and waters of Horselick creek, con- known as the Joel Anglin tract, on a beautiful, durable finish. Works T. I. NICELEY their place, but with all the new record,, dated the 29th day of taining 230.2 acres. Tract No. Roundstone Creek, containing April 1911, and executed by John As a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk H m smootnl and spreads easily. we look back to of Rockcastle County, subject to the improvements 27, jackson county. Known 237.8 acres. Tract No. 03, known H. Jones to defendant, The action of the Republican primary, the bygone days, with teats in our (9l IMf' ii as the Nancy Baker tract, on wat Allnite Coal & Lumber Company, as the T. D. Moyer tract,- on watAugust 7, 1915. eyes as large as lemons and think "Made to Wear" con ers of Brush Creek, containing 77 which deed said ers ot Station Camp Creek, We Are Authorized to Announce ot their passing. Judge G. M. land t.linncanrl HO desciibes the lotiH tainirg 86.04 acres. acres. JACKSON county Tract DR. R. G. WEBB (IDfl irrnc nf tPn As a candidate for Representative from Ballard, of Mt. Vernon, was here ALSO the right of the property No 04, known as John Heneger the 70th Legislative district, composed Wednesday, en route home from and same is accorded in deed book Comes in 49 beautiall other See tract, on waters of Horselick of the counties of Laura' and Rock20, at pages 448 to 514 inclu- in the coal, stone and Mrs. G. D No. castle, subject to the Republican Pri- Richmond. Ky. mineral rights, in, upon or under Creek, containing 95 5 acres. ful tints and shades. mary , August 7, 1915. Cook and daughter, MissLyda, are sive, records Rockcastle and Jack the following several tracts of land Tract No. 65, known as the T. J. son county Court Clerks' offices, We Are Authorized to Announce in Louisville today, Wednesday together Coyle tract, on waters of Clover E. BULLOCK reference being here and now hereinafter described, Formula appears on shopping. Edgar S. Albright, of theieuponi Bottom, containing I43 acres. As a candidate for Representative from made to the said deed and the with all the timber the 70th Legislative district, composed Mt. Vernon, editor ol the Mt.Ver every package. which may be necessary in oper- Tract No. 00, known as the A. J. of the counties of Laurel and Rock- non Signal, was here between record of same in said Rockcastle ating any mines that may be open- Martin tract, on waters of Redlick castle, subject to the Republican Pricounty Court Clerks' mary, August 7, 1915. trains Wednesday. VV. G. Niceley and Jackson 170 Creek, containing acres. offices for a description of said ed, of constructing or operating is repairing the Eight Gable Hotel. Sold by jany railroads, tram roads, inclines Tract No. 07, known as the Arch premises and land, as well as for For Governor, Lieutenant a recital of all of the terras, restrict- or chutes on said land, tegether McGuire tract, on the waters of B. 7- Governor, Secretary of State, Services at Christian ions, covenants and obligations with such surface right as may be HorselicK Creek, containing 30.75 Treasurer and Auditor, the folChurch for Sunday contained in said deed, and the necessary for the construction and acres. Vernon, Kentucky. lowing candidates for the respecPERSONAL PROPERTY said .property will be sold subject operation of railroads, tram roads tive offices. Stanley. Black, Also all houses, buildings, mine to all of said terms, restrictions, or other passways over .said land, Sunday School 9 45 For Sale: A thoroughbred Rhea and Collier, are deand for the erection and conduct- tract, mine and pit cars, tools imPreaching 1 1 a. in. Subject, convenants and obligations. Jersey heifer, 2 years old. fresh cided favorites with Rockcastle All those certain tracts or par- ing of coke ovens, manufactories plements, engines and all other "The Spirit of the Christ. May 24. W. T. Purcell. democrats. In the race or Govwhich persoual property belonging 10 A number of the men from the cels of land aud mineral situated and houses of any kind, ernor anH Tirml finvprnnr th X WHOOPING COUGH ' going to Buck- - in the county of Rockcastle and in ma be necessary for the proper the defendant Allnite Coal & Lummajorities for the Hon. A. O. Stan- - j "About a year ago my three conduct of the business of mining ber Company and located upon the ley and Judge James D. Black are eve lor a service at 6 p. m. 1 h s the county of Jackson in the State on any of said lands, viz; boys had whooping cough and I Sheeting above mentioned boundaries ol is to be conducted by the men. in ot Kentucky, as follows: T(i found Chamberlain's Cough rem-edestimated all the way from 5 to 10 buShoul land, and appurtenant and a part connection with the congregation ROCKCASTLE COUNTY the only one that would reROCKCASTLE COUNTY to one, and if the Stanley sentilieve their coughing and whooping of the mining plant aud premises Alwaus that place. (in fee simple) Tract No 28. known as the ment continues to grow in the at spoils. I continued this treatment Christian Endeavor 7 p. in . No. 1, Known as the David Laswell tract, on'waters of of the said Allnite Coal A; Lumber Tract future a it has in the pst few and was surprised to find that it county Preaching at S p. m. Subject, Hiram McGuire tract, on the Brush Creek, containing 578.3 Company in Rockcastle sx cured the diseas in a ver weeks, his majority in the August short The soft, velvety feel of waters of Brush Creek, containing acres. Tract No. 29, known as and Jackson county, Kentucky. time." writes Mrs. Archie Dalry-mplpnmarv will beat a 10 to 1 shot "The Three Great Objectives." The foregoing mentioned prop"Hoosier" is due to the Croolcsville. Ohio. For sale the Wallace and P. W. Clark tract Rockcastle for several reasons will Commencement School Gradu- 10 acres. by all dealers. fact that its threads are erty and tracts of land being a Tract No. 2. Known as the D on waters of Brush Creek, con roll up an almost unanimous ma smooth and round, and ates. JS. Williams tract, on the waters taining 249 2 acres. Tract No. 30 single complete mining property The Cortnn Rise Ball Team jority for Judge Black for Lieutenathat the finish is even of Brush Creek, containing 436 34 known as Ollie J. Abney tract, on which cannot be divided without came down Tuesr' iy and nt-Governor, !ayed who has long throughout. The following are the gradu&tes acres. the Mt. Vernon '1 am 0:1 the Fish waters of Brush Creek, contain materially impairing its value, and since been a favorite with RockJ The properties for the May examination for Comfield in the afternoon i suiting in a Tract No 3, Known as the Jane ing 472.8 acres. Tract No. 3i. all of the other pronertv above castle democrats. of "Hoosier Sheetings" are mentioned, will be sold as a whole mon bchool Diplomas: score of 16 to 6 in favor of the McGuire and Mat Johnson tracts known as the Elijah Abney tract, not found in any other yard-wiThe foregoing described propDora Mullins, Maggie Livesay, on the headwaters of Brush Creek on waters of Brush Creek, containhome bovs. The Mt. Vernon bovs unbleached domestic. Georgia Gentry, Birdie Hensley, containing 432.5 acres. There is ing 30O acres. LI VI KG ST ON. , played excellent ball, both in batTract No. 32, erty was decreed and ordered to be JYour mothers and your grandArdilla Brown, Jessie Sowards, excepted from the above tract, known as the Wallace Clark tract, sold for the purpose of satisfying mothers before them bought ting and fielding. The featme "Hocsier". It will please you as a judgment against defendant W. H. Krueger will move his Ella Mae Coffey, Either Staverson however, the surface rights only, on waters of Brush Creek, of the game was the pitching conit pleased them. No other brand & Lumber Lampany, and family to Mt. Vernon, Monday, .lohn Albright, can take its place. of Thompson. Mamie Baker, in all that part of said tract known taining 398 acres. Tract No. 33. same will be sold absolutely, after RHe and will make that city his future Maggie Jones, Estil Muilins and as the James McGuire tract, known as the Mullins tract, on J Be sure to ask us for Mt. V. 12 0 1 D 0 0 1 x 16 17. 3 " due appraisement thereof as re home.- - Mrs. C. A. Blanford and May Cummins. Arthur Thomp300 acres, which sur- waters of Woolf Creek, cojtaining 03 00020 Corbin daughter, Miss Ella Mae, have re son, Will Davis, Nellie Norton and face right was conveyed to . Sam I84G.73 acres. Tract No. 34. quired by law. StiGoiind: Batteries for Mt. Vernon, Jamie turned from Louisville after a Burdette Owens passed the Janu- Rose by the Big Hill Coal Com- known as William Clark tract, on There is specifically excluded Thompson and G. Mullins; lor from the tracts of land above menfew days visit in that city. Mr. ary examination. So we have pany, by deed dated December waters of Crooked Creek, containCorbin, Everman, Nicholson and and Mrs. Edgar Heard has re seventeen graduates this vear 18th, 1905. ing 24g acres. Tract No. 85, tioned, over which same runs, the. Cloud. Three base hits, O'mara, railroad leading from Brush Creek turned from Cincinnati after a against four for last year. We Tract No. 4, Known as the A. J. known as the Margaret Ballenger Two base hits, W. Thompson, few davs' visit. Mrs. Thomas hope to have many more next Crews tract, on waters of Clear tract, on waters of Brush Creek, on the L & N R R up Brush Creek Pike, Cloud, Hibbard. Struckout to Johnetta, Kentucky, a distance Farley was in Cincinnati, Satui-da- year. Rural teachers, look after Creek, containing 10 1 acres. containing G9 1 acres. by J. Thompson 11, by Nicholson shopping. ArthurThompsou, your advanced pupils and see that Tract No. 5, Known as Taylor Tract No. 3G, known as the Mar of 'about five miles, and a right of 6. by Everman 1. of Mt. Vernon, was here between they take the January examina- Abney tract, on Brush Creek, con garet Bailinger tract, on Brush way thirty three feet in width on The people living between Mt. trains Wednesday. We will bet tion next year. taining i47 acres. Creek, containing 63 acres. Tract each side of the center line of said railroad, aud all appurte dollars to doughnuts that there Vernon and the Madison border Tract No. 6. Known as Oliver No. 37, known as the William Knoxville Journal and Tuib will be a wedding in Livingston and between Mt. Vernon and the Putt tract, on waters of Brush Sexton tract, on waters of Brush naices to said railrosd. no part of une which is included in or passes b Laurel line, whether you favored belore many more days roll Creek, containing 92 acres Tract Creek, containing i3.75 acres. Knoxville, Tenn. this sale. or whether you foueht the re around, but we believe in not No. 7, known as Robert Leger tract Tract No. 38, known as tho Wil TERMS:- - All the foregoing meddling with other people's busi- (Trading Center.3oo,ooo people) on the waters of Crooked Creek, liara Sexton tract on waters of cent bond issue election, should May 2.s, igi5. now, to a man, fall in line and go ness and will keep quiet. Ask containing 247 acres. TractNo.8, Brush Creek, containing 44.22 mentioned and described property Mr. James Mwret, will be sold on a credit of six to work to help in the good ioad Louis and see if we are right. known as two D. N. Williams acres. Tract No. 39, known as Whole Family Dependent Mt. Vernon, Ky. months and nine months; with in cause instead of throwing stumbBrowning was with home J. H. tracts, on the dividing ridge be- W. J. Bailinger tract, on waters Mr. E. Williams, Hamilton. O., terest upon the purchase price at folks at Maywood, Sunday, and My dear Mr. Maret: tween Brush Creek and Clear ot L5rush Creek, containing 102 six per cent per annum from the writes: "Our whole family de ling blocks either by acts or words. Thanks for yours of 24th. I Creek, and containing, The bond issue election has reports his son, Walter, much imone trrct acres. Tract No. 40, known as date of sale until paid, and the pend on Pine Tar Honey." Mayappreciate very much jour kind 58 acres, and be meone proved. Well, the back bone of the other tract 6 A. G. Bailinger tract, on waters of purchaser of said property will be severe Cold in your family has a brought the Great Dixie Highway, words. I believe we won a great perhaps it the the drouth has been broken and acres. Tract No 9, known as D Brush Creek, containing 88.2 acres required on the day of sale 10 ex- baby. The original Dr. is Bells which comes from the Madison victory but I thiuk we will have W. Castill line and thence to Laurel. What rain has fallen in copious quantitract on head waters of Tra:t No. 41, known as Elijah ecute to the undersigned Special is an ever ready Master, two separate sale bonds work of the Brush We believe with a little to go back to your ties. Creek, containing 175 acres Abney tract, on waters of Brush with good and approved surety-thereo- nousenoia romeay it gives im- this means to the .county can not past three years on the Boone Tract No. Pine-Ta- r sun shine and a little elbow grease Honey be estimated and remember that 01.3 acres. io, known asjDurham & Creek, containing from the purchase price mediate relief. vegetation will be O.K. E. Bul- Way, in order to find the place Barnett tract, on waters of Crook- Tract No. 42, known as the Joe of the property sold, each of said penetrates the linings of the Throat the benefits to be derived, will find lock, candidate for the Legisla where the credit should be placed. ed Creek, containing 50 acres, Wilson tract, on waters of Brush sale bonds being for one half of the and Lungs, destroys the Germs, their way into every house in and allows Nature to act. At Rockcastle You gentlemen made it pos-ib- le and not to a favored ture, was here shaking hands with more or less. There is reserved CreeK, containing ou acres. purchase price of said property, your Druggists, 25c. inand eace bearing six per cent for us to get thru and without however from this tract few. Peace and plenty is what the dear peeple. Miss Georgie the sur Tract No, 43, known as the James paid, having F. F. Robing reporis that by this paper wants to see th RockAmyx was in London, Sunday, you we could have done nothing. face right to one. acre lyiug west of Bailinger tract, on waters of Brush terest from date until a replevin the force and effect of Hoping to sec you in the near a spring that runs from visiting friends and relatives. 96 containing acres. bond, upon which execution may impoving bis seed corn for the castle and our fight for the last under a Creekt Mr. and Mrs Ab Sparks, of Mt. future. I am large sand cliff . Tract No. 11, Tract No. 44, known as John Rec- issue if not paid at maturity; and last two years that his corn was fourteen years has been for bet-te- r Very truly yours, Vernon, wes here between trains, roads, which means better known as P. W. Clark tract, on tor tract, on waters of Brush Creek, retaining lien upon all of the prop- too Urge for his drill and asks for erty sold to secure payment of said larger plaits to be made. A. F. Sanford, Sunday.- - Mrs S. E Pennington, everything for the good cou-itwaters of Wolt Creek, containing containing 4 1, 3 acres. Tract No. bonds. of Char. Dixie Highway Com . 28 acres. Tract of London, after a few days' visit fto. 12, known as 45, known as William White tract Dated this 7th day of May, A. D., iLost: A plain gold wedding Rockcastle. with relatives, has recurnad home. C. H. York tract, on Brush Creek on waters of Brush Creek, contain- 1915. ripg somewhere in Mt. Vernon. Donally has returned from J.R. Will pay $2. Ic r return. containing 119 acres, excepting ing 33.1 acres. FOR FLETCHER'S Tract No. 46, JOE P. CHENAULT, FOR FLETCHER'S Knoxville, Tenn., after a few and reserving from the foregoiu known as Pennington and Rector Special Master 5 &'& Richard Singleton. MT. VERNON S1GNA1 days stay in that city. The Ladies Aid gave an ice cream supper last Thursday night, for the bene 21. fit of the Christiau Church. m I E m - tract the surface right only of the enure tract which was heretofore sold d conveyed to Sam Rose by The Big Hill Coal Company. Tract No. 13, known as J. B. Owens tract, near Brush Creek Station containing 3 acres. Tract No. I4, known as the G. T. Johnson tract, on the waters of Round-stou- e Creek, and containing 1 acre. Tract No. 15, known as the Houston Childress tract, on waters of Roundstone Creek, containing 03 acres. Tract No. 10, known as J. I. Reynolds tract, on waters of Brush Creek, containing 65 acres more or less. Tract No. 17, known as William Sloan trrct, on waters of Wolf Creek, containing 232.5 acres. Tract No. 18, known as the E. B. Smith'tract, on the waters of Roundstone Creek, contain ing 82 1 acres. Tract No. i9. known as the J. C. Broughton tiact, on waters of Brush Creek, containing 2 1 acres, more or less Tract No. 20, known as the A, B. Abney tracts, on waters of Brush Creek, containing 170 rcres Tract No. 21, known as the OUie Abney tract, on the waters ot Brush Creek, containing 472 acres more or less. Tract No. 22, known as the G. C. Clark tract on waters of Brush Creek, containing i21 acres. Tract No. 23, known P. W. Clark tract, on waters of Wolf Creek, containing 37.5 acres Tract No. 24, known as the Elijah Abney tract, on waters of Brush Creek, containing 82.5 acres. a-- I i This Bank Wishes Business For I And To I Sj I PEOPLES BANK! Mt Vernon Kentucky If you have a job that requires good paint be sure to get r Hanna's Green Seal Paint ! iI a 1 - I Mt. NOE Mil-like- n. -- iC-CS?3L- ". "Ration ino 1 y Buu e, self-bleachi-ng de All-Co- al con-containi- - Hoosier 1 676 The y, of Excellence for More Than Half Standard a Cenhxr 5c Per Yard SUTTON &McBEE Pine-Tar-Hon- ey n J: r4 '4 OMlcLren Ory ' CliiicLreii Cry CASTORI r- -' A CAST.ORIA V V. '..,- .- -' f ' -- - X'" 79 out a lot of Good shoes for women and waists for 50 children tor 50 cts. at Fish's. els. spot cash. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. T,nnf1rnm , u Mt. Vernon,, Ky, May 28 1915 Vork is progressing on Hie are rejoicing over the arrival of a buildings of D. C. Price and Mrs. fine girl ba-y- , born Wednesday. up ''No. 79" wnen n toComrauni. wawlttx C. H. White on West Main street. 77 SIGNAL cote Republican Convention Anglin, aged Mrs. Rebecca wuu " about 70 vears. of the Disoutanta "r publican Hate Central 'he 'section, died lat Friday, after an (0) s I . XI . Committee the Republicans of I , -- Sl illness of about two hours. IrflAVTH k I I9 xtuutuzaMiK couuiv ' Miss Sallie Searcy who moved mass convention inwill meet inthe courttou6viLit 4. Nashville R. R. Co. to n.ait , auoubajeui "Su wiiii uer nouse m Mt Vernon on June i2, mother, was married last week to IgI5i at one o'clock, to select dele' TIME TABL,E. a Mr. Hatfield of Green Forest, ateS to attend tho Republican 22 5.04 pm State Platform Convention to be 3:50 a m 24 nortn Round Trip to Nashville $7.95, held in Lexington, Ky., on June 23 south n:39 a m 26 July 23 is. iQio. 12:13 am June 15, 16, 17, -- 1 L. W. Bethurum, Chairman. and 26th, limited to 15 days, on Jas. Landrum, Agent. Bccount of Peabody College Sum- A. G. Lovell, Secretary. Phone Ko. 8. mer School. MT. VERNON SIGNA Fish's r arc- - closing ladies-Dolla- Shirt ( - -- w. j3kJkk. 79 KtBBKafE.. & fsMkx&z SKK- - bYbYbVbI bbbbbva oilr c li. G r """"""- i J fcj- . A fcr "m A lift y F T jj W fc H i..-.it- n We Congratulate the i8-2- i. Kntered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice mail matter. as fcecond-cios- s It is tipped that thwinners in PERSONAL Dr. W. T. Francis is at home for a few days. Charley Brown of the Quail section was in town Tuesday. Rev Raymond G. Shearer of Coibin was in town Tuesday. J. E Craigandson, Ben, of near Quail, were here Tuesday on business. M. F.and J. were in town M. Cra.gol Quail, Monday, on busi- ness. Mrs. Will Fish and little Dorothy Aloright are in London for a few davs. MLss Willie Francis spent last week with her sister, Mis. Sylvan cemetery. The following services will be held next Sunday: Sabbath School 10 a. in. Supt. John Walton. A warm seat and a warm welcome for ever one. Come and see. Preaching service 11a. m. " " ".30 p. m. The Gospel of the Giace of God is the gospel which we preach. We invite you to our services, as" we wish to do the greatest good t) the greatest number. Funeral services of John HarRev. John M. Macmillan. rison, who died Friday. May 21 were held at the home of the de;v 3 ceased Sunday afternoon at 3 p in. conducted by Rev. J. M. Interment took place at Law-well, the Democratic primary over in ttie 13th Judicial District, which is composed of Mercer, Lincoln, Garrard a.id Boylejcounties. will have Judge Lewis L. Walker, of Lancaster, to beat for Judge, and of Danville, formW.W. er Bull Moose leader, to beat for Commonwealth Attorrey. Judge Chas. Hardin, of Harrodsburg who was a Special Judge here during last year, is one of the can didates for Circuit Judge and his friends say he is a winner. Livingston Presbyterian Church of the Mt. Vernon High School, as well as of otfl Rockcastle County upon the success that they have w ci are proud of all these young people. We also take pride in the fact that the people of Rockcastle County are conceding the DIPLOMA to' 11.1 wiig uncter our root ttie greatest collection ot well known clothing mid apparel brands to be found anywhere' ..io lMiv yjL uuuui eastern xveiicucKy. we nave attenctetl the fcUliUUL ot clothing experience torso many years, nave never UU1 on a lesson aud were put at the head of the CLASS for always nvin' food values n ",vl "v " "" "ui'uwwj cuiui" itiiiues Wiiii ovuiy gariueiiL mac lett our store. The young men of Rockcastle County who have had the good fortune to attend school until they obtained an EDUCATION, their parents who have made sacrifices to send them there, the boys who have had to ut t hwr " i education in the school ot HARD KNOCKS and their "self made " parents-- all tliese are welcome to ou'r More for the season of 1915. We want to get better acquainted with all of you . The COURSE OF STUDY that we submit to your attention consists of nationally advertised brands of w earing apparel. Thk means that they are the standard the country over, that the makers have confidence in their product resulting from years of successful and honest merchandising. We behind these brands because we know they are what they are guarantee to be. rL-uiMVJM-J . -- COURSE OF STUDY Mac-milla- Bordes, near Brodhead. C. D Sutton, of the firm of Sut ton & McBee, was in Livingston between trains Sundav. Dr. M. Pennington will spend next week in Louisville attending a special course of lectures. Mrs. Mary Williams has not been so well this week. One or two days she was very sick. Albert and Bill Arch Hays, of the Ottawa section were in town last Saturday, on business. Among the prominent men who are registered at the local hotels this week is J. Gould of Cincinnati John Harrison, who lived near the colored church and who was adjudged insane and sent to Lex irgton Asylum last week, is dead His remains were brought back to Mt. Vernon for burial. The opening held by the ttrm of M. U. Williams & Sons Saturday in their new quarters was successful in every way, and duritig 'the day over two thousand people called and admired the newly fitted business house of this popular firm. Flowers and other tokens were given the visitors, and the children were not forgotten by the hosts. Mrs. M C. Williams, and Mrs. R. G. Williams, Jr., with Miss Lena McClure assisted in the reception. Somerset Herald. Fish's Special Suits Styleplus Clothes Arrow Collars Swann Hats Bates Shoes Arrow Shirts Cooper Union Suits Cheney Silk Ties Phoenix Silk Hose Star Brand Shoes I 1 r EVERYTHING WORN BY MANKIND Silk Hose 25c to $1.50 SUTTON &McBEE The Home of Good Clothes ican Mescames Fanny Adams, W. J Miss Martha ar in Middlesboro for a few days Mrs. W. J. Sparks and daugh Bess and Martha, left ters, Mis-vs Fiprksia- - daughter, JK ' The Fiscal court has contracted with Mr. Boggsof Richmond to Sunday afternoon for Louisyille survey the pikes in Rockcastle. to spend a few dajs. Mr. Boggs is an expert aud e Tom O'raara will arrive in the county is fortunate in securing morning with his new Maxwell the services of such an efficient 20. which car lie has the agency engineer. A correct survey for Rockcastle, Laurel and Pu- means much in the building of the laski. roads. Mr. Boggs will be in Mt. Franklin, Nim Ramsey, Vernon lo begin work next MonArthur Willie Stewart, James Jackson, day. As soon as the survey is Emanuel and Walter Reynolds of made bids will be received for the the Wild ie section, were in town construction and just as quick as during the week. possible the work of building pikes in Rockcastle will begin. What a Charles Thompson, assistant cashier, ot the Peoples Bank, glorious day lor Rockcastle that wvs with his mother, Mrs. J. J. will be. at Preachersville, "Thompson, This week has been the closing Sunday and Monday. of the Graded idiool. Sunday A crowd of about twenty-fiv- e night was the Baccalaureate sercame up on a hay wagon from mon by Rev Elliott of Sulphur, Brodhead, Monday evening for the Ky. Monday evening the plav by commencement play, given by the the Athenian Literary society: Graded School pupils. Tuesday evening aud Thursday SJr, Lucie J. Sprake of Paris, evening entertainments by the Ky., who was on her way to St. Grade pupils aud tonight the Paul, Minn., stopped off here, on graduation of the two High School Monday, of last week, and spent pupils, Homer Proctor and Logan the evening with Dr. and Mrs. W. Bryant. Each progaam rendered T. Francis. has been of special interest and W. H. Krueger, wife and son, the school chapel has been crowdwill arrive in Mt. Veiuon Monday ed each night 10 its full capacity, Ji make their home. Mr. Kruger by patrons and imereste J friends. will commence at once the erection I The year now closing, has been of a residence on the lot which he one of the best in the history bought fiom W. A. McKenzie on of the Graded school and the work in the High School departRichmond street. x ment has been excellent. The Victor C. Tate, the popular assistant cashier of Bank of Mt faculty for next year will be the Vernon, went over to Danville same as last with two exceptions, Wednesday for the K.T. Conclave that of Miss Rowlee and Mrs. and to play with the Danville Fishback, whose places will be tillBand. Mr, Tate is an expert ed by Mics Winnie Falin and Mrs "musician and his services are often Mattie Mullins. in demand. Miss ?5ertrude Cundiff and Mrs Cora Bell and her children, of Liberty, Casey county, who have I WILL HAVK THE been visiting relatives and friends here, Brodhead and Sparks Quarry, for three weeks will return to Sparks Quarry today and will spend a few more days there, after whick they will return home. . IN MT, VERNON FIRST OP t!-:--- $ mn Pvl Co miN j- - 1 H m M 'Niuivssn-i Aat . i rrjm -- s bbbbbb frrsra llfflmumsa,. a - JJi ,f f ' ibLtrjTrr- - Hope I Aw Not Too e: ww4jo 'Y,sJ7cs?rs'j,ir& reSMM&titoAmHR symA&rffi,'J I'ri"-y LATE sJ c Qiv s vi - Yt7KS!sW ' x w wmWm'i&k 'imfew&A mMTmwk BtMofiiMjtotf X. Money .Myself '"Aj. . 'mfAt' MfGwr"WwrTm W --- I f" ( SSl Ul HWnt'.hlfii' ftlWHWlinmiri .jrtJfi' ' "fry,,, .. rtlhittr "' m i tezs&r SJ.'.v'iMlivZr 1 zef&szsry zstGBKr i7PW ... AB585L ' ,,j.i" I J i m 3v TZ&V .KBffl' W UBaMBCS?' S9 ')6MffiWpfWA'' 00w&0frt,$. ,r V 0 m W ( 4 v. - qV - JWj IYiIt ICIiiIICJb a x ' f- -O ea . s over a time or two and then cut it out so you will not forget the dates, Call your neighbors attention to it Lawyer or your Banker about the . Ask your M ! N Kentucky Rural Credit Association DIRECTORS m S JAMES B. McCREARY, Frankrort Ky., Governor of Kentucky C. B. BERRYMAN, Lexington, MAXWELL WONDER CAR NEXT WEEK. I m m i m not coming to 'Rockcastle County again but having received assurances from a number of farmers that they wish membership I have made arrangements with Mr, F. L. Thompson, Cashier Peoples Bank, Mt. Verucn and Mr. jtviuert limit, uasmer Uitizens rianK, Urouueaa, to receive subscriptions until June 3rd If you will call on these gentlemen befce June 1st and make subscription and pay the first payment of $25.00 per share yon can get in. If you qo not get in by that date you will be left out entirely, for positively no more subscriptions will be taken in Rockcastle County after June 3rd ex-Jud- ge Ky., Manager Haggin Klmenuorf Stock Farm. J. h. WATKINS, Lexington, Ky., Banker and Merchant. MORGAN O. HUGHET, Bowling Green, Ky.. Banker aud Fanner. T. C. RANKIN, Hubble, Ky., Farmer and Live Stock Dealer P. W. WITT, Newport, Ky., President of the Central Savings Bank & Trust Company. J. M. LASSING. Newport, Ky.. Banker and of the Court And if they don't know, ask them to come with you and see me and I'll tell them I am prepared to give full information about its plans and purposes. More than 2,000 of Kentucky's thriftiest and most progressive farmers have become shareholders, among them a number of Rockcastles County's best citizens DIRECTORS JOE. C. VAN METER, Lexington, Ky., Fanner and Live Stock HENRY G. OVERSTREET, Owena- boro, Ky., Farmer and State Senator FORREST BSTTS. Carrollton, Ky Fanner and Coal Operator. TIIOS. J BIGSTAFF, Mt. Sterling Ky., Farmer and Breeder. ROBERT H SCOTT, Paducah, Ky , State Senator L L HORSEY, Anchorage, Ky., Farmer and Live Stock Breeder. GEORGE D. HOPKINS, Attorney. J. L. ' ARING, Shelby ville, Ky., Hanker and Farmer. Breeder. i ! The terms are easy to meet i I am i If jB LOCAL A good house girl at the Rockcastle Hotel. Good wages Round Trip to Kuoxville $4.3; Wanted: The Best Automobile Manufactured for 'ess than $1000- - Pnce $695. Self Starter & Electric Lights $55 extra Jane 1 2j, July 2, 17. .limited to 15 days, on account of Summer School-o- the Southern University of Tennessee. 20, 21, 22 26. 3-10 f ! JAMES A. YOUNG, District Organizer. ! Ji HHH been sugge-.te- d that one day ol the Brodhead fair be desig- nated Mt. Vernon day. The sec- retary, Mr. John Robins will no doubt comply with the request It has Take a ride and see for yourself T.C.O'Mara, Agt. ai and in that event Mt Vernonwill show her colors, by sendiug one of the biggest delegations ever sent out from a single town to a country fair. Mt. Vernon is inter Brod- - ixisps ou lnni all tbe time and head fair and is willing to prove it you will never be without liglMs. by her works. During the summer this is very Please read this and important oaaccount of lightning. Notice. avoid trouble. Keep at least two Anyone cen take out and put hi estedjnthe success of the fuses and by always keeping a supply on hand you will nerer be n the dark. The world needs boosters and nor knochers. 7 11k, ft 'J "irt,- - riti?ir-- rW, LEVEL (JKEEN. HOPEWELL Rev. Tames 'rnes. Mrs. John Kirby spent last week with her mother, Mr . Chris Sowder, at Langford Sta-tioMr. and Mrs. James Arnold were the guests of Mrs. Arnolds parents, Mr and Mrs. Frank day. r with his father, r. Alfred Barnes speht Sun- - Cooper Tells , Why Tanlac Is Popular Because the Preparation Contains Real Merit, He Says in Statement. Tom Barr oi Wilmore, Ky., is spending a lew days with R. H. Brown here. M. E. Burton Jr., from Sunday until WednesMarion day in Somerset. Mr. Rash of Illinois, is here for an vidt with Mr. "W F. aud other friends and relatives. Miss Thomas was in Mt Vernon Friday and Saturday talc Om mg examinations. Miss Brown spent from Thursday 'ti 1 W. .1 Sunday with her brother, Brown in Crab Orchard. Mr. and Mrs. G. ) N. Bray of Wabd, visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Thompson Sunday aud Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hastv are the proud parents of their first born, a born. Mr. and Mrs. Proctor and little daughter, Mildred, of near Bee Lick, spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs R. H. Brown. Mr. R L. Hasty and Miss Sophia Bradley of Ottawa, were married las tThu ay at the biides'home. Dr. Geo B. Lawrence was called to Science Hill last Sunday to see the small child of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Duncan and reports it in a critical condition. Mr. Fayette Ander son and little daughter, Cartel li, spent a few days last week with Mr. and Mrs. W. F. DeBord Miss Mary C. Gentry of Quail, is spending the week with her aunt C. Mrs. A. Sowder. George Lawrence was in Brodhead Monday. Born to the wife Mi'. W. E. Anderson on the 22nd a girl Mr "Dick" Niceley of Indianapolis, Ind., is visiting his son, J. L. Niceley ar.d daughter, Mrs. Owens here. Mrs. B F. Martha Vailhook of Ocala, spent. Tuesday with her daughter Mrs. O. J. Mullins. Win, H. Brown spent Sunday with his daughter Mrs. Eugene Mc Williams at Bandy Miss Alza Owens was the guet of Miss Jane Dillingham at Spiro last Saturday and Sunday. ex-bend- ed D(-Bo- Children Cry for Fletcher's u. rd .895 By these Kirby Saturday night and SunMiss Bertha Carmical spent Sunday afternoon with Miss Viola Kiniey. The rain that fell Satur- facts Allen 3t has an Ellen 37 horsepower en- Ee ten in is e are in stay. ' every Allen Spholding our Pvinu the greatest rfor the price we get. seen waiting until you strong, swift, safe. ar without paying a dol- than its actual worth, the Fa floating axle, mohair top and leather upholstery, Warner tiansnmsion and d steering gear, expanddrive, ing brakes, 110 - inch whcelbase, demountable rims, aluminum crank case and aluminum transmission case, full equipment of electric lights and electric starter. The weight of the car Is 2300 lbs . which, with the Iower of the motor, insures left-han12-ln- friiie, Weston-Mo- tt day did much good to gardens and corn crops in this part Mr. and Mis. Tedford Harper of Sriro, and Mr. ind Mrs. James Niceley of this place, spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. VV"m. Niceleyat this place. Mrs. Em ma Barnes and little daughter, Hazel, spent Sunday with Mrs. Clara Carmical. Rev. Clouse at tended Sunday School at Hope well Sunday. Some few of the farmers in this neighborhood are not done planting corn, M "If I have been successful with Tanlac," says L. T. Cooper, "11 is because the prepartion contains real merit Tlio Kind You Have Always Bought, and which, has been in use for over 30 years, has home the signature of - and. has hcen made under his sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. " are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. per-i&ftf- --- K'-&ccU4- 6. Just-as-go- od economy of operation. f't J uic . requirements. 'r, "passengertounngcarat . i... ,...... . :- uinn ti iu model, three roadsters and two tourind can, rending in price from J.7S to 313V5. Wc hulld fire other HOW'S THIST We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's J Catarrh Cure. We, In style, finish, poiver, economy of operation, equipment, serviceable qualities and price, Allen cars take the lead Kenton Motors Co. Dealers: Factory Representatives for Southern Ohio, Adjacent West Virginia Territory, Southern Indiana and entire State of Kentucky 3!o2rt n 1 F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. the undersigned, have known V. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his Arm. "Tanlac is the result of many years of arduous study by my principal chemist. In fact, the two of r.s have caretully watched its development from the begum-- i 'g of the experimental tests to its present high state of efficiency. "In cases of catarrhal affections of the mucous membranes,. stomach, liver, and kidney complaints, I believe there is nothing so far discovered that will equal the action of Tanlac. 'Every and anon someone suggests something that may tend to better our conditions, whethei it may appertain to our health, our business, or our sociological state. It has, therefore, been my pleasure this time to offer to the world "When I came to Louisville, I stated that the success of the Sn it-d- goric, 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 Fevcrishness. 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. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. CASTORIA What is substitute for Castor Oil, Castoria is a harmless Pare- GENUINE CASTORIA l ALWAYS Bears the Signature of C THE CENTAUR COMAMV Uc&M. N K W VOW K C ITV. Write or wiro for agency proposition yC30&x3 $& 33C&D& I rD AMII v ii rx-- u UNDERTAKER ic r? rWATMC uvv cicr Ky I Brodhead g COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail, Telegraph or Tele- Mte3lfifiii - phone orders Promptly 7f Filled $fc&36enoe& sgyrrTV seSfexafoocfedfc aW7- -; JJ IXZ ; Flooring Ceiling If you are thinking of building or repairing it will pay you to see Brackets Roofing KoofPain'.i Siding Cornice Doors PROCTOR Sash Columns; Mckenzie They carry a line of build-iumaterial in stock. g & Lathes Plaster Cement Sand fcj I HS2:XDxz-vy- ? r. ii I o DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES UfXDEBTA&ESS -- 5SatrtaL,. "-- fr M&& $ & (")ur liue of l 0UCu baskets is nrwvrll.-Hand-mad- e TC1T- . - ' n,Jl toffins furnishedlv PKflPf!B-EV--- MjSwM All o Hearse sent to all parts of the County. orders by Wire Promptly Filled (' , J? . It 'yr'-!y- .. W. A. COXri lioney4-mj. vn.ui, ivx. "yrV. r- - ; - y-iy- fuTTgz irTPV - - '-'-r -- ' ' 'y ; )i BETHURUM & LEVIS Attorneys at Law Offices in Bethurum Bldg. Will practice In all the Courts. - Mount Vernon Monumental medicine he knows when he takes it for certain ailments he gets re lief. People who take Dr. King's New Discovery for an irritating Cold are optimistics thev know of and this cough remedy will penetrate 'VlDEALEK in Marbles and the lungs of the throat, kill the germs, and open the way for Na- Granite Monuments of all ture to act. You can't destroy a Estimate- - furnished kinds. Cold by superficial treatment you must go to the cause of the on application. Man Takes His Own Medicine Is An Optimist He has absolute faith in his Bi sgsas3g5 ' Manufacturers bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery to-da- j. trouble. Bean optimist. Get a GEO. OWENS Propr. Pone 112 Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in medicine would be great in this ternally, acting directly upon th city as it was elsewhere. 1 offered blood and mucous surfaces of th Tanlac upon its merits, knowing system. Testimonials sent free. well that it would prove satisPrice 75 cents per bottle. Sold by full factory if properly tasted. all Druggists. "The success the preparation Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. has achieved here in Lonisville is ample evidence that my confiA Prisoner's Letter dence in Tanlac is well placed. "A large percentage of youi best A prisoner in a Michigan jail people are now using the prepar wrote as follows to the editor oi a ation, and they are daily testifying magazine: to its excellent worth asamedicine "Will you kindly grant me a of exceptional value in instauces little space to give the 'boy readof catarrh, stomach, liver, and ers' a sermon from life? kidney derangements, nervous "1 was born of honest, respectdebility, and in cases a able, Christian parentage, in the tonic is required. State of New Jersey. At an early " 'Tis true that the demand for age we removed to a Western city. Tanlac has been large, but no At this time I laid the foundation larger than I had expected. for what I have become an inLouisville is only awakening to an mate of a county jail, awaiting appreciation of the full value of trial upon a charge liable to send such a preparation. Tanlac's me to State's prison for fifteen in your city will be even success years, by acquiring a taste for greater. pernicious books and papers. Tanlac, the premier preparation, "Dime novels were my special is being introduced in Mt. Ver delight. As I grew older I acnon by Chas. C. Davis aud enn alquired the friendship of vicious so be obtained at the Central boys and men, and was familiar Drug Co., in Livingston, and John with all kinds of vice; though I Robins Drug Store Brodhead, Ky. did not partake of it, I countenanc SICK HEADACHE ed it until I became so familiar hideous-nes- s with it that it lost all of its o Mrs. A. L. Luckie, East to me. This familiarity led Chester, N. Y., was a victim of me, step by step, until now I see sick headache and despondency, betore me the felon's cell and fe- caused by a badly weakened and debilitated condition of her stomlon's garb at at the expiration of ach, when she began taking Chama few short weeks. berlain's Tablets She says, "I ''Boys, ponder over this. A found them pleasant to take, also father, a delicate, mild and effective. In a few weeks' time I was praying mother, brought to the ormer good health." restored to my For sale by verge of an untimely grave by the all dealers. misdoings of their only and d WABD son. Boys, I implore you, read not the accursed liter Tip Sowder has finished a job ature of the day. It will steal of hauling for A. Q. Payne and is away your manhood, your tiuth now ready to go to killing the . and fulness, your weeds in his corn, Arthur Payne leave you a floating wreck upon the horse jockey of the Cummins the sea of life, like a ship without district, is very well pleased with a ruader or siil, until you will the trade he made Monday. Mr. commit some crime and repent Jonus Winstead is having some when it is too late, as I om doing work done on his farm near this now. T. J. Niceley place this week. "I beg of you, boys, by your and Dee Cummins are having fathers, your praying mothers some fencing done this week on your loving sisters, never to let their old farms which theyhave one diop of liquor pass your lips. deserted for the office they hold. Think over what I have said, and Mrs. S. J. Kiniey was in Mt take warning by my example. Vernon, Wednesday and ThursTake this for a motto: "Let cards day, to have her arm tieated tor and liquor alone; be in bed by nine rheumatisn. The corn crops are o'clock and get up at six; eat regu- injured very much by moles in larly, sleep soundly, exercise this section. Wheat ard oats are moderately, pray constantly,' and looking fine. Miss Lizzie Mo re you will never be behind the bars. who bas been sick for some time is no better. Dee Cummins was here visiting his old home la t FOR FLETCHER'S Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson, of Mt. Vernon, were in F. F. Robins of Copper Creek, this section Wednesday. They sold to G. B. utton of Preachers-ville- , were looking for a suitable farm. 28 head of hogs for 7 We are looking to have a big cts. day at Freedom Sunday, the 30ih. Chamberlain's Liniment Everybody is invited to come. This preparation is intended es- Mr. Henry Payne of Pulaski pecially for rheumatism, lame back county, was here Monday buying sprains and like ailments. It is a stock. Robt. Kiniey aud Charles favorite with people who are well acquainted with its splendid qual- Filbeck were at Level Green Tuesdaities. Mrs. Chas. Tanner Wabash y.--We are hoping for the pike Ind , says of it, "I have found to come this way. People get Chamberlain's Liniment the best your eyes open and let's have thing for lame back and sprains 1 have ever used. It works like a good roads. Quit walking thru charm and relieves pain and sore- peoples crops and old fields to ness. It has been used by others shun the mud. of my family as well as myself upwards of twenty yean." 25 and FOR FLETCHER'S 50 cent bottles. For sale by all dealers. w'-er- e sn-perior National bank of commerce. The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years v TVrTVT m V wnen you want . 0 m General Merchandise (W ;i,V White Man With Black Liver The Liver is a blood purifier. It was thought at one time it was the seat of the passions. The trouble with most people is that their Liver becomes blaek because 8 m Farm Implements go 10 u M of impurities in the bad physical states. blood due to JONAS McKENZIE TH OLD causing Headache. Dizziness and Constipation Dr. King's up the New Life Pills will clean Liver, and give new life. 25c. at your Druggist. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE BSLIA5L5 ?V7 Mt. Vernon, Ky. 3 yyy Chas. C. Davis rrcreyr 8 V gray-haire- d well-belove- Bank ot Mt. Vernon, Plaintiff VS V. F. Warren, etc., Deft's. AND Plaintiff, Harve Bradley, VS W. F. Warren, Defendant By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at its April Term, 19 15, in the above styled actions, I shall proceed to offer lor to the sale, at public auction, highest and best bidder, on Saturday, the i2th day of June, 1910, between the hours of 9 o,clocka. m. and 4 o'clock p. in., at the mill near Jim Walk Mullins'. two miles below Livingston, Kentucky, the following described personal propI Drugs We are determined to give our patrons better servics this year than any before Ou-motto is "improve on every- thing every minutef Anybody will show you where we are. 1- - self-contro- l, erty, viz , One saw mill, Be iler. Engine, Saw Rig, Belts and all fixtures thereto belonging; also one Band Saw, which will be sold separately. TER MS: Said sale will be made on a credit of Three Months and will take from the Commissioner the purchaser- - bonds with approved security f r the purchase price, one bond for the Band Saw, and the other bond for the ether prop erty, payable to himself, and bear ing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a judgment. G. S. GRLFFIN, Master Comm'r. Ryckcastle Circuit Court. Yours respectfully, CHAS. QhonelNo. 39 i C DAVIS v r 1 HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE had gotten so weak I could not stand, and I gave up in despair. I Children Cry CASTORIA In the whole field of medicine there is not u healing remedv that After Four Years of Discouraging will repair damage to the flesh Conditions, Mrs. Bollock Gave more quickly than Ballard's Snow Liniment. In cuts, wounds, Up in Despair. Husband sprains, burns, scalds and rheuing power is extraordinary. Price per bottle. 25c. ooc and $l.oo Sold by John Robins, Brodhead, Ky. matism, its healing and penetratCame to Rescue. At last, my husband got me a bottle 'of Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I commenced taking rt. From the very first Children Cry O ASTO R I A y3C&3&J' t ur rv,v.,4.. y. UVJIXJ (.J. Dentist ' X JL FOR FLETCHER'S dose, I could tell it was helping me. I can now walk two miles without its Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are all run down from womanly from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock writes as follows : "1 suffered for four troubles, dont give up in despair. Try years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped this time, 1 could only sit up for a little more than a million women, In its 50 while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should all. times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has - 4 X V " fr MT. VERNON, KY, Phone 49-S. Children Cry Fron tRooms over Baker's Store sold Cardui for years. He knows whal in j .eft side. Th octor was called in, and his treat- - it will do. Ask him. He will recomme eved me for a while, but I was mend it Begin taking Cardui today. 1 CASXO.RIA !cxqiG y bed again. I After vvj mjwmi Good. Tmt&ebi f Wtfi-ea- ," k Write to: Chattinooxa Mcilclae Ladies Advisory.Dept.. Chattanooga. Tenn.. tor Special .... C. -- c4urju-t-ps seat U Uia wrawv -- obk,, neat J