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VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 10. 1917 NUMKhR 4 OFFICIAL VOTE Result of Last Saturday's Primary in Rockcastle County -- -- - e s- -- c c -l o a c p a 9z I o Candidates (4 ! i ca 9U 5JiC - G!J rsb;7: 4 y;z c V 11 pa V us be iaj C a County Judge Cum Mullms. . . a. i5: 1 3-- 1 3 - . G. M. Ballard J. N Grifaa aagHaaalgiaaafag fcFVM 'ii li3 84 kft 2lJ Loantj Clerk J. B Cuniniins Jus Proctor S F. Bowman .... . 301 5 24 4l' 49; 434s, lo io7 40,39 50:2727 36 91 49 82.V. 31 7,5--'o46 4935 06 51:31' 40 la taj 6a, oi a 18 27:30 23, 8!23 S 2i 22 2O 75167 1 Always "On the Job" of clothes at the prices artr almost enough to sell themselves. But there's another factor the personal element. Lot's of people come here to K. B. Thompson. E K. Ger try. S. D. Lewis . County Attorney 42 78 2o 3o 4 22 7 i9 13 63H 5 06 92J86 99 5214 22 46 34 4i 8 76 1. 1 i2 2oi34,5 55 oil 35 24 21 Lb 4i9; :3i 0 -44 58 75 13 50 9 572 I 1U .;.i 95379 . The rght kind Tip Langtord. D. S. Clark Sheriff 28 16 29' 19 6362i39!l5ij2! 29 22 i7 18 58 4jir3Ci824 12 23 :26 . ; 00 -00 29 -- 3 34 47 80 67 61 30 -,- 4 77 4; JGO I j 777349 - .. . il8 9585 39 93 2618 Supt of Schools Mrs. Alice Davis 177 165; 7 7 i0585,49, 1296285,886067110307 59 1378 975 W. R Dtckerron.. i7 22 29 26l72o! 11835 0,i7 14 i0; li 2 28 403 . 7147 05 77;63 70 85 53 54 08 22.6I 43 66 59, 8146 5 46l52,6rl4 76 39 34; 799 l47 . R. B. Shepherd.. Jailer G 9 2d 7 37 1 buy because they're sure of going away with a smile And a customer's smile is worth as much to us as our profit on the goods he buys. The satisfied person comts back. uaaeaaaa is only an item. sale and" pleased We figure that a tea-meaatoMCf ara bmmm ralaairia in the loag run than a tea dollar sale aad a -- ajevaraoajat back." S. Renner. . H Carmical Tom McLemoie W. Frank Mullins. . . . Eugene Gentry. .. Jas. Winstead... Assessor .. Tom Ta lor G W. Decker J. S Southard. J. W. Chasteen. Logue Sowder. Drew Shelton Jas. S. A. Taylor Clark. Jones Lee Arnold H 3 41 C. 8 13 3 1 1 2 1 I 6 4 . . . . o0 1 0 9 1 2 2 7 S 3 50 1 o 9: 0 1 0 0 B 1 1 8 10 2 15 0 3) 380 ill 1 95 82 24 CAM MULLINS To my frieds whoso loyally supported me ia the primary just past, I want to extend to you my aaartfett thanks. Also to thej voters who opposed me, I have no ill will toward any. as that was your persoual privilege. I most earnestly solicit yonr support in November. Hoping all Republican will now stand together and support our BjaMBOM in the rihal etoctioa, I am, Your friead, C Urr.i in- -. re . i4 7 37 2 i7 1 i 0 1 r i 2 . 0 2-- a 2 39 69 2 mm B . I 1 0 0 0 4 03 2O o 8 71 32 .2 93' 62 3 22j 35 11 I2l2 45 o 0 o I o 0 20 o 1 25 3 5 iS 35 6 31 59 2i 4 25 I 20 346 89 104 1 o 2 3 4" 18 4 0 1 52 2 I o o30 1 01o o1 1 33 2( 6 2 o 8 5 0 115 0 Si o 1 5 10 6 83 506 21 7 20 1 o OI o1 oo 510 39 2:; i9 i2 4 2 3 17 365 19 '7 39 5 85; oa o 35 5 1 1 0 1 41 22 1 11 o 1 I 10 0 104 o 1 1 1 ' ' 1" W J.G Orton G. T. Sigmon.., . The NS0 of :i at Coroner Alonzo Hansel . . Surveyor V If. Durham . Joe Wilson John Scott Representative G. H. Vandeventer John R. Floyd... G A. Settle Fi d Cornelius . 14 40!2il 61 91 9 i0 2r 27l28 7 583 2 5 q 22 2 2 18 13 9 145 21 18 2 oo1 0 I o: 2 0 4 7 8 8' 13 ii 12, 24 i4 11 12 4 7 133 8j 3 56; 645 62 15 4OJ63 97 35,44 34 i0;2i UoJ48,i3 72 4 'i 1 1 11 1 3 4r 24 2 19 7 05 -- i7 15 1 J25 25 28 26!4r 20 31I26 52 41 11 23 83 33 1 47 7 9 64I1I 87 flOUJ 8 2o 8 24 I7 i3 11 9 2b 7130 23 188 Tig 41 37 o 18 12 J- - 343 6o4 283 268 i- r 3-- iI it 3 1 Id- 78 58 0 ' 6 9 27 s X. -i 24L il1 123' 7 5 6 8 2 2 3 18 6! 7 li2 73,6220, 81J66 51 15 5630 2y 27,12, 694 453 4 2: 4 2o! 16 10J15J iio' III 75 1 aHSaaHEgaKIfe"ae.igjnoZMr-iMP'- aaaaBwSS'vJ . - BaVi 'k. JtirSi&f: - 1 Make us prove oar willingness to serve. ui atoeki are eapaeiallj attractive right now. For Magistrate. First District. T. K. Evans wen oer his apoontnts with a plurality The vote stood, Sowder, 61; Ifallins, 71.': Evans, 125; Doan, 3:!; Tread ay, I2. 1- - of 46. - Sutton & iNicc-l- McBee d For Constable, First District, Buck received 5ft; Jone, 1O5. and Fish 6 For Magistrate, Second District, Freeiuon Ketron won oror ha opponents with 11 plurality. The vottt stood, Smith, 68; Ward, 68; Ketron, I54; W. I. Daoiey, 140. For Constable, Second District, Frank Adams was the choice by '2 plurality. The Vote stood, W. H. Riddle I3; B. A. Riddle, 81; Sims, 63; Wren. 44, Aduuia, I53. For Magistral, Tlird Distiict W. D. Abney won by Hammond, 46: Chas'eeii, 54 ard Abney 75. 47. 21 MT. VEBKON, KV. fatea. fh tii.-- cunt Hakt-r- , gives 8 C lnrk 51 HO PE WELL Mrs. Eugene Stokes sjent Friday with her sister, Mrs. George Perciful. -- Rev. Chas. Carmical filled his regular appointment at Siuking Valley Saturday and Sunday. There will be meeting at Hopewell ch.irch the 17th of afternoon August, on Friday night. There and alsoou Friday speakers and will be .several among them there will be a lady speaker. Mr. and Mrs. George spent Saturday and Sun day with Mr. and Mr. Ted-forHarper Jat Spiro. Mrs. Lloyd Levisay is at London taking a c i.'rseof treatment. Mrs. Chas. Carmical spent Wednesday with her mother, Mrs A. Miss Cummins at Mt. Vernon. Hattie Carmical spent Saturday night with Miss Clara Harmon. Fred 1 . Doan is numbered with the sick. Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter of Mt. Vernon, were with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Carmical Sunday.- -Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Winstead - For Constable, Third Disti ict, W. K. 1'allinger got 67; Balllnger's plurality il. For Magistrate, Fourth District, W. D. Mullms receiven For Constable, Solly Alcorn won by i5. Cl-r- k, 56; Miller, 29; aud Phillips majority of 124 over his opponent, 73; J. J. Drew. The vote stood, Jones, 1 Arch Allen, 72; Alcorn, 88; TIP LANGFORD To Rrprm.icANs or Rihkc asti.h Cointv I take this meauti et" thsnking my friends for the loyal and en thusiastic support they gave me in my race lor the KepuDiican D, W. Alh.il 5O. thr : For Magistrate, Fifth Distiict, W. C. Hopkins received Meece. 4o. 37 votes, R. H. Bloomer, 46 and Y. f. For Constable. G. B. Brock had no opposition. were with relatives in Mt. Ver non last week. We are having! a great deal of rickness in this neighborhood. Miss Lucy Mink is getting along very nicely with her school at this place. Eliza Gentry spent Sanday Gentry. Mrs Eugene Robert Harmon visited Rile Rash Saturday. Mrs. Gentry visited her mother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. with Jerrv Rash. Mrs. Alfred Barnes spent Saturday Mrs. night with Mr. and Mrs. Edd Mrs. Fred Barnes. ou did me good service and by your help nomination for Sheriff. I won the nomination over my opponent by a good majority--rv,iruntpst. in a reDublican primarv, and vuTnKlt-iwe every republican had the right to vote as he thought best in making a nomination for the office of sheriff. I have the kindest feel ings for all who opposed me, and wnen l enier upon ine aiscnarge of my duties as sheriff it is my purpose to treat all alike. Verv infrfl v Tip Lanctord. a I mm m The place where Rockcastle people meet with the people of the Blue Grass, get acquainted, exchange ideas and methods, and leave a lasting impression for the uplift and betterment of all concerned. .L pitir 7 Sun.W.N n,... We have spared neither LABOR nor MONEY to make this Fair the GREATEST EVENT of the season. They tell us the BRODHEAD FAIR needs no advertising. ft We know the dates and J. G. FRITH, President "We'll Be There." GRAN VILE OWENS Sec'y & Treas. I '"an ir m MT.VtRNON Fkidav, Aur "" SIGNALSrpartcs, j. w V L. "Wjssrai----.- : viB&acjaaa&a Thompson, illi 10, 1917 Publli'd aDGAJS ascaiPTiow L- - -- very f1 ... j C. I). sL,n i.. R. H Milh r, jr il i : i II. : . f os? v'Hk ue r.o Or Nh uro . " i Jas 1ver Using rates niiri J. V I) ' i'. n titi ". Dl b. affi;t.a'.on M Tai B R &E W C v. MSI -- KENTUCKY PRI OF S A SSOC1 ATION R i'. i w A. '". Mc en: G. C Land I. A. Lund TSN . . r. L Durham, ii.U Fr derielrs, ' u. Brock Hi n'l K GERMAN VIC lOU c M10. . li Ailtiubt, U ftill been piano- iiotii obtiiu-d ty QcBa v" ban mi 'lo-tre- .1 T Walker, ' and Engii-gO t h of Pefixioe is certain that ;: Mtcrj ter reprisals MofO Mm r.;i,ih-ta!l- t mer tit an J tfarwic i. S n,i Mm J A E. llbr '.'!. . . Tl, . John .' u A. M Hiatt, i h ;:. so La Up handler Anderson, ' haw bean killed; aud Germany will be alive with I be news ! Marion Hamlin. Raleigh French, V. H. " ' El S. F. j I XK" Are You Sa lisfied? sz2xzq 3 1 1 The M rCODIC a t Lxzsx2:ixr- i -v-- ocr 133014 1 , is prepared to satisfy you in every feature r ui a aie and sound nanKiny Business, M ore new accounts, More new business each day. v iii ' J 4- WATCH US GROW DIRECTORS Ev . : s I . . - i. jUli iV BKfnuin'M .1 r. rj " t.UKFl V j SPAKKS, g. -s- U. G. Baker, Pres. W. J. Sparks, Vice- Pres. K L. Thompson, Jr., Cashier - . ws-ai-rjTsrjTaEsr bakku a. Said sub-divided lvjer Flo ya E. Miller. Ass't Cashier uui, dectha d, and eontein n in 1 res 1' this great achioayont Tbe Elder, recurrence et these raids Makes Jacob T. J. Ball, Orlando, Ky. it appear that civilized opinion L. J. Reams, with respect to reprisals ma Wilciie, Ky. T. D. have to be levised i:i " BOWMAN n--' d lrs been xnrvejed ami nor' ? v? To the near future. The raids over the "fortress of London" have been pointed out to the Gerui-.people as great victories. They e ntinue to bt- lieve that one way or another Germany will be able to defeat the Allies- - principally through attacks upon British undersea and in the air. The German people cannot judge the sophistry of such reports; and there is n question that thetierman morale is considerably boistered by llaMB false tidings. from the beginning civilization has turned its fce steadily away from reprisals in kind, rather preferring to awah the end of when the Huu could expiate his murders in the disguise of all mankind. Civilation has beet; inclined to let the Germans see in hts isolation after the war the fetdings born of brutish murder and rae. It has been thought sufficient that for ei tin-war- i , erations Germans will beshunm-and avoided. Immediate kind has pun i vishto cxpr. ss my lhank and gratitude to on for thecoarteona treatment receiver wnne canvassing me couniy anu ior jrour ioyai Branaiuan, laoppott on Angnst the 4th, and it finally elected in November, I will W. D. Chnsteeti, Goochland continue to give the name nnselnsn serviceth.it l nave in the past. D. G. Clark. Orlando, Ky. also wiab to thank my two opponents for their courteous treat H. L. Smith, mint iu our race. I feel that there is no ill will on the part of The Annual Sunday School either. Convention of the Rockcastle Wi h besl wishes I am your friend, of the seperate tracts by S F. Bowman. Baptist Association was held at ooorses and distances and meets Livingston last Sunday. A good Rockcastle Circuit Court, be and bounds, is on file in the Circrowd present but on account of 10M Ml SSI ONER'S HALE. tween the hours of eleven o'clock cuit Clerk's Office in the papers! the intense hot day and another a. m aud three o'clock p. m., of this case. all day meeting nearby there J. T. LlVKSAY Plaintiff Bond or bonds with approved the following described lands. AND OTHERS, ) were not so many present as was Ivockoastie located 111 conatj, security, payable to myself sa vs Notice of ?ale. anticipated. Kentucky on the waters of Commissioner, bearing six per- UBoaalBEowHRDS) noflinr1;in The program was well carried TS. bout three cent intetest from date till pud and others, ) Skegga creek and out and a good time enjoyed by a loin on the property and mlea South of lit Vernon Ken-jwitall who took part. Uv virture of a judgment and as iouows: naving ttie iorce ana euect 01 The tol lowing resolution was order of sale of the Rockcastle tuCKy, ana nouudeu adopted. Circuit Couit rendered at its n tlie North by the lands of, judgement will be required of Whereas, The aft. Vernon Pair .January term K'17 I will offer ;1,n una Sidney MrClure, Jas. the pureha&er or purchasers. Witness my hand as Com Association has advertised for sale to the highest and best Devault and Mrs B. S. Devault; on the Bast by the lands of John mi siner. whiskey in it's 19 17 Catalogue, on bidder or bidders, on a credit two pages, we, the Messengers of six months, at public auction Qootl and Milt Rash; on the 0. S. Griffin, II. C R. C. C. Booth by the land.-- of J VV Mar- of the Rockcastle Bapti-- t Associa- at the front door of the Court ion, assembled in session at the! House, in Mt Vernon Rockeas- - ktr, Win. Sowder. Unas. Carmi- Annual JSutday School Conven tle County, on Monday Aug. CSI and John Fietcner, ana on Wlist ,n ,lie ,a,1;ls et" 1,;la turn, at Livingston, Ky., do rigid 80th, in7 it being the first the heirs et B K. ly denounce SBcfa as an insult to day of the Aug. term of the Matcher an the people of a dry territory, aud ast that all future issues be fre of such. h , j the Pkopi a!) VoTRRri Rockcvstle County : into six separate trac s will be sold first, sepfr?.tely,and then the who'e will be sold and the bid or bids which produce the greater amount of IU()!U.V w;n oti accepted. A complete survey of said lands, together with a plat of same, giving the boundary of the whole as well as the bound-ari- es I R-H- 1 . MILLER Kentucky LEADING DRUGGIST Mt. Vernon, ! s ! S m CALL ION US if you need anything o in the dru g line Prescription Work a Specially 1 PHONE 39 H aV ..- ! s - - J. J. Paintek, Clerk. ishment in been thought too barbarious for adop For SaUE: One good milch tion at the bands of a civilized cow and calf. people. D. L. BltVAXT. Mt. Vernon Graded High School AN ACCRED1 Amids the moans of bereaved mothers and orphan children in the coast towns of England and of London, we now hear definite demands for reprisals, based upon tles B aj humanity Revenue for those who are dead, i wanted, coupled with the that in a vigorous attack et the same character is the best defense against German method Mother of BBftlaftw dema d that some notice be paid the a'r raid ers in offer that they may hope for cessation of the death rain from the sky. Into this purely natural de mand for retvnjr, coii'g th toe ihu.n ta.i Linies some ac tion is taken to ersuade the the Germans ti;lt Britain also can fight in the air, the Small to the German morale trom these raids and the lies tha are published concerning them in Germany, riH work atroagfi against the Allies. A stern les aon as to England ability to avenge these murders might have an effect far beyond a superficial calculation. At all events, England soon must decide whether or not to take reprisals -- ii which case she scarcely will seek the advice of anyone without her borders. Times. be-le- if uly 27-- 3T. TED COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL Health A Ah UUi Gone 'wS' A Standard Iliurh School Course of Study. ThonMagh Training and a General Review for Teachers EIGHT WELL TKA1NKP TKACHBB8 First Terra Begins September 10, 1917 T. N. Nok. Chairman K. Many thousands of women sutiering from womanly trouble, have been benefited by the use of Cardui, the woman's tonic, according to letters ve receive, rs: '' r : j C one from lbs. Z. V. Spell, of Hayne, N. C. "I could not stand on my feet, and just suffered terribly," she says. "Ac Dry suffering was so great, and he had tried other remehad us dies, Dr. get Cardui. . . I began improvvn'T, and it cured me. I know, aud n;y doctor knows, what Cardui did for me, for my nerves and health were about gone." " b Cox. aScssssrj Rhi IsIyalW.iliA toyH;T iW'''fcaaBHaSlligMaWB I). II. LYON, nawxpAi MT. VKKXOX, KT. f fck "sTKmmmmmmmm . passs" na wMinwasi witiii 3sM PHB 'aatftaiKJ8iagjpaj aMaafcalaM"aWaaaanni a,BBsBVfll Mak aw1 -- aWlfcaWPI ROUND TRIP ROUND TRIP g AT BRODHEAD WE WILL SELL Louisville Lexington TAKE ONE (I) CAR LOAD OF THOUSAND CAM PAIGN The following people contributed a dolls r each to assist the i!litratea among the army bojs to lesrn how to read and write: Mrs Sam Lewis. Mt. Vernon $1. 4i Dr. Chestnut, 1. U. C.WillumB, 1. " R. L. McFerron, I. . Dr. Walker Owant, " ' 1. U. O Baker, . " 1. Kdgar Mullins, " 1. Gus. Staverson, R. A. Sparks, W. J. Rowland, THIRTY The Woman's Tonic She writes further: I am in splendid health . . . can do my work. I feel I owe it to Cardui, for I was in dreadful condition." If you are nervous, and weak, or suffer from headache, backache, etc., every month, try Cardui. Thousands of women praise this medicine lor the good it has done them, and many physicians who have used Cardui successfully with their women patients, for years, endorse this medicine. Think wtu it means to be in splerSid healthy like Mrs. Spell. Give Cardui a trial. run-dewn MARES 16th Thursday, August This load is all mare and young. Ages ranging from 2 to 6 years old and are not the wild Western kind. They are the kind for the farmer to buy to raise mules from. Be sure to come to this Sale if you want good broodmares. Don't forget the date, Thursday, Aug. 16th, at the L & N. Stock Yards. PERCHEON BRED 5.45 lAugust 6- - 7-- 9- JO. $2.55 AUGUST 4 Limited to Awl toll 4 LIMITED TO AUG. 13 L.&N. R.R ACCOUNT r L. & H. B. B. Grand Masters ACCOUNT R&A.M., and State Grand Lodges of Kentucky F. & A . M . Aug 10 BLUE GRASS FAIR AuorilO " ' 1 1 UNION COLLEGE is woith $20,-000- . You can get it st Union College for a few dollars, a soul full of desire, and a good stock of grit. Do you have the price? Take an invoice of your stock and see? Will you pay the price of a good education whtn it is so reasonable. Of course you will! For catalog write, J. Fish, E S. Albright, Bert Baker, Mrs Cles W. Brswa, Jobs D Miller. W. L Richards, Wm Poynter, CUud Cox, " " " " 1. 1 1 1 It has been demonstrated that a college education " " I. 1 All Druggists 1. " 1 WITT & PRUETT. , PRES. E. T. FRANKLIN, Baibourvills, Ky. ML VERNON SIGNAL jo" - Red opened n- cross Charter has Ther? are some few however in wlio headquarters the Miss Mt. Veknon Ky, A'l.sr. ,0i ,9,? Kate Moor. store room. If vou are interested in Red Cross work wn.oyQ'Qrniun. If you are not interested 73 c .in tlie work vou are invited to svithSKiNAL come and get literature that you may know more about the great work of tlie Red Ctoss organization. un-No.- BE I to organize a speak 11:43 am II south ing and instruction gn that HhT. 12:13 a ti South will reach at d arouse every citizen Bob Walker, Bud Dunn and as. Lakdu'm. Agent. in thestate totlo their dutv during W.C.Allen were here and each Minn; No. 8. this great crisis. The public is had a bunch of troed horses. ft vaitllv united to at lelld. I Bttrr al the Mt Vernon, Ky. Po.utic The automobiles were numerous Ktcnd-cis- i inuil matter. .! Arthur Mulhns, of tbis con; tv. and each did a very good busi- who was serving a term of ten to neoS. PKRSON A ii twenty one years in the Frankfort Ttel stnrin ThnrlQU ftiannn Miss Dot Moran btht guest of State pHmm f()r kfUta hfOaghi ll CWHai to the amphi Oaoffa Miss c:.niine Davis. .i Sheltoii. in county, in theatre which gave that new Mr and Mr, ...n. tmvm were 10,5. uas prti,,n-- d by Gov St.n-fai- r structure a lest of its strength. -I mm 11mI T Ss? rw mm H L J1 1 1 ? MSitors fata Lancaster. icy on jast Wednesday. Mr Hal- Many gota.soaking Thursday et John C Mullins, afternoou but every one was so Mrs. S.V. Duvu aaahtra from Naa is a sLEADING Mystic during the waek, visiting aeefaead, who wis Deputy U S glad 10 seu a good rain that all Marshal for many years. (J. C. were glad to take re.atives it as it came. l of Wildie, Williams secured the pardon. Mrs. Mos McNaw. Red Cross Tag Day at the fair ill for the has been very scriou-dMr. D. B. Langford died at his was a success. past ten days. home near Oalando, Tuesday afBiown's Greater Shows furLouis Miller leaves today for ter a confinemaut to his bed for nished the attractions for the Mr. Webb Lexington, where he joins the only a few days, yet he had been week. This is one of the biggest schools Mrs. David Owens fcecond Kentucky. in declining health lor several Carnival shows on the road. They How may the Sunday schools Mr. J. C. Moore, who has been months. The deceased had a com have some good attractions and very seriously ill for past ten plication of troubles, yet his chief above all the men in charge are help to control intemperance Mr. J. L. Pilkenton days, is some belter. affliction was of a tubercular na- strictly fair and honest in their Mr. E. R. Gentry Misses Mary aud Salhe Stewart ture. A wife and several children dealings. Mr. McCarty, the sec Intemperance as an enemy 'to et Madison, have been guests of are left to mourn the loss of a de- - retary, it a highclass gentleman ' devoted progress. husband and father. The and conducts the business of the hiends and relatives during ttlS Mr. J. W. Brown burial took place Wednesday, company along high class lines. Wtek. with Masonic honors, at the Cove Miss Kisse McFerron has reMt. Vernon had a number et Adult Department: Some of the turned lr. in a pleasant visit with burying ground. visitors, whose uames we failed to best ways to organize the adult department Mr. S. F. Bowman Mr and Mrs. S. B McKenzie at get this week. OIL NEWS How to reach the church memStauloi'd. For three months the Signal Shaffer Oil Co. are now drilling Mrs. Anderson Burdette, who a well on H. M. Mink's farm, and force has hardly had any rest day bers and parents Mr. John Allen was operated on at Berea, Mon- are down 20o feet. They found a or night, and that all might have Mr. John Hilton day, is in u very serious condition large vein of soft water at i70 feet a little time off and also take in and her recovery is doubtful. Discuss '!. Formations are coming iu regular the Mt. Vernon Fair, we are, of Secondary Department considered son of Mr. and the owners of this well feel course, ntcesserily late, but since intermediate pupil Theopholus Oweus, V Y Rev. H. T. Young . the election and fair ar" over, we physically. B. Oweus, of Orlando, died greatly encouraged. Tuesoay aud was buried at the Shaffer Oil Co. well, on Geo. Lov-ell'- s hope to get back to norma', Discuss intermediate pupil we want to remind our considered mentally Cove burning ground Wednesday. farm, was drilled to a depth Mr. I. B. Chestnut Russel Fans was here from of 935 feet, and had a strong flow correspondents that we want to hear from you next week Please Bo:,d, Jackson Couuty, today of gas and good sand with indicaIntermediate pupil considered don't disappoint us. a logging contract of tions of oil at 90 feet. Kussel has socially Miss Lida Co k V N Williams Stock Company have over a million feet for the Bond Mr. James H Branaman County Oil News. Laurei. "1 S3. Foley Lumber Co. Intermediate pupil considered Shaffer Oil Co. are arranging to been in town during the week. Jehu and Tom Persons will staitawell at once near Laurel This company always recieves a spiritually V. leave on the eaily tram tomonow Chapel, near the end of Sublimity liberal patronage in Mt. Vernon Mr. Ben Hellard The automobile drivers were a morning for JefTcrsoiiville, lud , pike. Mr. J. P. S. Drummond to see tkieir uucle, Grauville Haley Give White and Huft are starting a nice bunch of boys and deserve Elementary Department much credit for the good sense some good reasons why every who is in a very serious condition. well on Wm. Reams' farm. Mr. and Mis. Fred Owens Atlantic Retining Co. are drilling with which they acted in hand Sunday school should have a Crau 35? ling their cars. dle Roll Also some of the duties came out from Louisville for the a well on Jams Jackson farm. Mack Hughes got a little sore of the Supt. of that department week. Fred was driving a Steams Laurel Oil and Gas Co. are when he lost out in the $75 road Miss Clyde Watson Board of Educatian 90 h p car, which was built to ordrilling a well on Dr. Bross' land the names of all children who ster ring, but there was nothing What are some of the best der aud used for several years by Well drilling near Lily, and else for Mack to do except kick methods for teaching beginners are out of school, sfcatiug cause the celebrated Charlie Whiteinoou. owned by J. H. Jackson, is down just a little. He soon got all right for their absence and that the Miss Julia Fish LOCAL. to 00 feet, and expect to reach County Board of Education serve A more orderly crowd could not Mrs. W. J. Sparks oil sand at a depth of 1600 feet. immediate not:ce on all parents have been brought together, than The old and new plans for or guardians who are found willThe examining tiial of Emmet FAIR NOTES. the one in attendance each day of teaching juniors Gentry, charged with the killing fully evading the law. The re. 1 7 exhibition of the Mt the fair. Rev. M. G. Fish el Joel Suttles, will be held next Second: We recommend thnt Vernon Fair was a good one. A supply of booze reached the Wednesday. A greater and better Kentucky all school buildings to be built in The floral hall exhibit was not grounds just about the time the through our Sunday schools One used cane the county, be built according to Fou Sale: up to the standard but yet it was fair closed but by dark Hotel State Worker modern plans, and that location, mill and boiler almost good as Keeper Winstead had more guests a most creditable show. By all. style of house, ventelation and The Problem Hour new. than he could well accomodate. Considering the many disad Chas. U. Davis, Pres. lighting be given due consideraD. L. Bryant. vantages under which the associa Most of them, however, not well Miss Georgia McFerron, Secy. tion. July 27-- 3T. ton had to labor this year, the pleased with their quarters, were Third: We especially recom1 will be in Mt. CARD OF THANKS e.nou four war scare, etc , the 1917 exhibit given an opportunity to settle their bill by 12 o'clock and hunt To the voters of Rockcastle county mend the active personal work of Saturday July 21 '2 Aug. 4 and pronounced one of the best. the teacher in securing attend 11. Prepared to make all kinds Dear Friends: Please accept Hess Parsons makes a dandy better quarters for the night. ance and stimulating community of Photographs. Located at the ring master. If you want to know hard i thanks and gi'atitude for the loyinterest. old staud on West Main St. Next week will apper a list of rained on Thursday, just ask John alty shown myself and family Fourth: We recommend that Ben F. Eberhart. Fields. He can tell you all about in my recent election. the premium winners. We shall always appreciate the a copv of these resolutions be The Red Cross march was stop it, and then some. Cp to uoon today there had kindness of the people. You will printed in the Mt. Vernon Signal. ben H4 passed by the local exam ped by the heavy storm ThursJ. L. Pilkenton, Chair. The Kentucky Sunday School always find me ready and willing ing board. Out of this number day. Miss Viola EeBord, Sec. to serve you when you have busithere were only 24 who did not The only accident of any kind Association (Interdenominationness in my office claim exemptions. There are occurred during the storm when al) will be held at the Methodist To my friends and fellow ReSincerely yours. about 75 er cent of all called who a boy drove a buggy against an ehurch at Brodhead, Ky., Aug. Mrs. Alick Davis publicans: are claiming exemption. automobile. The machine which 2a i9i7. I take this means of express-twas driven by Roy Sowder was PROGRAM. 5you my thanks for the supWe the committee on recomThe Kentucky Red Cross Constanding still when the buggy 9:30 Devolionals mendation submit the following port given me on Aug. 4th. Durvention will be held ir Lexington, ing the last four years 1 have hit. No one hurt. Rev. Geo. Joplin report August 22 and 2y Everyone el tried to do my duty as an officer The show rings of good mules I2O chapters are expected to send Welcome Address First: We recommended that During the next four year, if I A. E. Albright the Compulsory School Laws el am successful In November which representatives, and as this is the as hard to beat. 1 have every reason to believe There was a splendid exhibit first meeting of the kind in the State be strictly enforced. Response C. C. Davis that I will be, I promise yen the et cattle. States. We hope it will be We further recommend that the very Song by Brodhead children best service I am able to of great value to the Kentucky County Board of Education fur- render, and wherever duty calls President G. D. Sutton worked The relation of the public nish to each chapters of the Red Cross. hard and deserves especial men teacher of the county me, you will find me willing and school teacher to the Sunday sufficient tion for his efforts. blanks for all necessary ready to go. DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY school Mr. John Robins reports and that each Your friet d, teacher be Secretary Louis Cooper was In the Democratic primary the right man in the Mr. I. B. Chestnut required to report to the County Jas. Winstead. place and Saturday, there were only four gave satisfaction to Visitation: The plan and need all candidates, two of whom had no Mr. A. M. Hiatt Bill Fish, who is always on the opposition, and in the county at Sue Bennett Memorial School Home Department torney's race there were only 293 jmu, suouiu ue remembered as one of the boosters and bard Mrs. M. Pennington London, Kentucky votes cast. A. J. Owens received workers for the Fair. Mrs. Fred Durham numbei and the 2O4 of that Mt. Vernon had some as good Mission Work The spirit of Five schools give thorough training: High School, Model remaining 5! went to W. H School, Normal School, School of Business, School of show rings as will be seen at any Missions in the Sunday School Kreuger, the opposing candidate. Music. of the country fairs Rev. A. J. Pike The Democratic candidates, whose Don't show to the world that The twentieth century Missionnames will appear under the New Courses Special courses preparing young men and you are a fool by kicking on the ary movement Rev. A. B. Potort are, W. A. women for government positions; Civil Service and Nursing rooster in November country fair because it is not as kour country needs you prepare. The best methods for missionCox for County Judge; A. J big as the State Fair. It is lots ary work in the Sunday Owens, County Attorney, and Schools Our rates are very reasonable. Mrs. A. H. McFerron Thomas Rowe for Jailer. Chas bigger than the knocker. The county fair is a benefit to Riddle, of Brodhead, is the Dem DINNER. Write for catalog for full information to nominee for Magistrate in the the farmer, the business man and Temperance: vita) results A. W. MOHN, Principal. every line of trade or profession. of intemperance The Fifth District. to our Sunday I Ja-kso- 2 patriotic conference will be at the Seelbach hotel, in Louisville, August 17 and 18, un11 ME TABLE. der the auspices of the Stat 552pm Council of Defense. This meet than uoitn I 56 a m lag is intended n..itn had A Louisv'Lle 4. IMS1 Nashville RR Co. held t so, bnt their negative WSff8r is due to their selfish, un- progressne maKe up. Robt. Spenee, the County Agent, was here and spent three days of splendid service with the farmers. Mrs. E R. Centry, the county agent ser the canning clubs had a splendid exhibit of her woric Chas. C. Davis spent three davs right in the ring, where he is at home and no one likes it better w y WHEN YOU SEE OUR AD. IN THE PAPER You will do yourself a good deed by doing as we ask you ! We benefit of course but the benefit is mutual We can save you money. We can give you the finest clothes for the money it is possible to buy and the money much either. Charley is the man who most to do with starting the he. isn't COME IN AND LOOK then when you are ready to buy COME BACK! aj.i.TAyin! j. Jp i J elH -n a&g& j THE CASH STORE TWamWEm y Comfort Awaits You n y,m vju uh A retreat from the monotony of every day business cares away from the crowds where you can stretch out and take things easy. There are many of these quiet shady haunts to be found at KoS 3 Asheville New England Niagara Falls Chattanooga Thousand Islands Atlantic Seashore Canada Chautauqua Michigan and Great Lakes Resorts LOW ROUND TRIP TICKETS ON SALE DAILY Coo J returning until October 31 tt. Each location has distinct natural attractions for recreation in addition to the popular open air pastimes. We shall be pleased to arrange the details of your trip. Consult your local ticket agent, or address H. C. KING. DiTitioa Patseofer Agcat, 118 L Maia Street, Lexington, Ky. 1 andac-cidentall- &. 1 WKV N iBroa .' & Opportunity beckons to great land of the free fettered and unhampered7 each man has his chance to make good. The only limit set is man's own ability to grasp these opportunities, and nothing is of such tremendous assistance as a bank account. in this Absolutely unall Semi-Monthl- y 11 Start your Savings Account now and be ready when Opportunity comes your way. Interest paid on time deposits. The First State Bank LIVINGSTON, KY. CAPITAL 15,000 00 J. o C GRIFFIN, President W. H.COITONGIM, Vice-Presid- ent C M. THOMPSON, Cashier d r.tK wunsTrw via Louisville & Nashville Railroad 30-Da- y Lmi t Round Thp Tourul Fans Fran Ml Veraoa NEW YORK $34.30 - BOSTON $36.15 Reduced Fares to many other cities and resorts in the East and North Variable route fare available through Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Montreal, Toronto, Niagara Falls, Buffalo, Detroit, Atlantic City, the Adiron-dack- s. Lake Cham plain, and other cities and resorts of the East and North, including trips on Atlantic and Great Lake Steamers. For particulars rataa, folden, etc. apply J. A. LANDRUM, Ticket Agent g - hjm i:ui.mrr. :j -- ig.w MMMSV sa Tno &3 IT'' Special Master's Notice tf of Public Sale. fend . five - .'S y? Pnnmnt to ortters at he Vntted Stetei Btttict Ofcrfrt of tfe EustnYh Djntriet of Kentucky, made ami 1'rust Therein the Mississippi Vullay Tl.".' CcmpaLV is complainant mm! tht New . (at Frankfort) en the 29th . .,r ui Ma.v 3 tj 7iu in Cou-ia',' (in --. y et.!, .j .. en- - Take No Chances in Tire Buying There in risk in a chance but not when you buy a lire of known quality of known endurance. United State Tires all five of them, 'Royal Cord,' 'Nobby,' 'Chain,' 'Usco,' 'Plain,' are tires of known, demonstrated and proved service and endurance. the make of tires that costs less per mile today than any other make cf tire now or ever. Proof the consistent and persistent sales increases of United States Tires. Your experience, too, will prove their quality. -year-hy-yea- Livinrston Coal Company is defend- Special Master ant, ihc unfrri-ne- d Will sell at pi oik auction to the hiyh- est bidder therefor, the re.il ar d pT-property hereinafter dscrib- ed, upon the premises near Living- ton in Roekmstk county, Kentucky M .' 2 o'clock in ti e orders provide that 11 m "i.-- Spotial from r.ny one offerinjr to bd vhr sh not first deposit with said Spe-ciMaster, as a pledge that he will make good his bid in crse of its the sum of one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) in money, or by ceiti'r.ed check on and national bank or trust company locaLed in the State of Kentucky, or $2,500.00 par value of bonds seur.d by the mort-ga- j rl afternoon. Si the WMsarsiftued Master shall receive no Lidf AUGUST 15, 1917 e r, month-by-mont- h sail d" ..it cf the successful bid.ler be held a:d applied on account of bh-:il- to in !'.ie bi.'l of cm-plr.iund declare in de' rea to be good and vaild. Th s. re'ired id in nt cusa 1 l tht purchaaa price t.nd any deposit United States Is res Are Good Tires A Tire for Every Need of Price and Use Royal Cord' 'Nobby' 'Chain' 'Usco' 'Plain' ! Lnitcd State and TlllE ACCESSO- Hurt Hits llaie All the Sterling T hand l..ur that Male I'r.ited Statis tret Supreme TVBKB -- received from any unsuccessful bidder shall be returned to him when the bid of the successful bidder shall have b;en accepted and the sale confirmed by the court. Upon confirmation of the 'wle by court the purchaser shall make such further payment or payments in cavh. on accounl of his bid, as the court may from time to time direct. m ly sutiify and The purchaser m.'.ke "ood r.ny part of h:" bid not required to be piiid in cash by turning in to be cancelled or credited, as provided in said orders, any bonds or coupons payable out of the proceeds en tits ribution. The property to be sold is as follows : All die following described rights. fr..n-ehes. poles to a stake lb the edge of roisk msnte and leases, and ail powr s--g ATEliaJ0S3ER jmmm quarry line; thence with its lne N. houses, boilers, engines, dynamos, 4 dogrtas E. 3 7 pole te a coal cutting machines, motors, vires stake in the cant edge of the seunty and wiring and ail buildings t1 read: thence S 3 deereee W X4.H chaructor helonn? to raid puiiui te a stake ia his so'ithweat 9&&L nil Bf situated upon wreroiipi efl tH ! de- - descibjd in Items 1, 2 3, aad 4 1 !oWs to a rhrrked srn above, or in any wny appurteikat f?"-d."'; 2 wi uhu in or aDoat or ia connecmw Im witk Ce flwd K. M 1 tion with such coal mines and the '"pFK T"jas Wa eur vi-- l decrees ft. f3.6 nolo to a stake In handling of the output thereof, and biul!cj trt ublt-s- . iiwrlvos y;diyC'.Ttuvrl U franehisa tht line ef Tlwraas, tbeawe his line iutr..i, wi u iui.: osx'ic1. rceum -' "' ' conSmats x ..- - Vf ea a - leges end easements "" jo J JisTii auJ a'l iirecaUrhisoftBe iuluey-t.ti?- now owned by MiMlUcr iu Ur incn i.i woiucu. 71" t. I: not iol beffinning, containing (not inaludinjf, use au eompany in connection with Ly rour drj. jiist. ill I,: sect by m j! a rav but iex.clud,'l?, th VTd) the said mines in Rockcastle county. fl. Ou small bo'tlu ii two mouth V sml seldom fnilt to Ttrt rni" "crestv?"'-f,v:e2A5All of the foregoing lot3, s ed for vii the coal and all the nd parcels of land jnd i l. lr. K. V.'. Mult. ?' and gta'-'-s-. gos, mineral and timber and Mo. Soldi'v.:r '. Liu:.. Ad.interests in and to lands, J f r'8hte of the Company, in, lin- including the lots, tracts and parcels BOOKKEEPING er and upon the following described of land described in a certain mort- . of 1"nd 1H a)d Rockcastle gage or deed of trust from the New 'q usiiica,rnunuyrainy traTct 1 Yt-WK- l 1 1NG and number seven (7) in the di- - Livingston Coal Company to the vRion of the larded estate of Jelm Mississippi Valley TELEGRAPHY Trust Company d .d, bounded as fol- - bearing date July 1907, and record- W!18UR( .SMITH BUSINESS CfiLLce? ed in the office of the Clerk of xprince in inr:antea Be!rii'ning at a stone with white castle county in R. M. B. Xo Rock- Its PrMsi.i.-i- hfu 7rw "f ,; s. Ue 7 at xo4 hss ation tsJMS ork ;'p other pointers in the line nages T"'in.' m !: a irt w.m.'Q for eat - s. sttrF.nter n . of the record.- InoVlLlli: St. HMITII. l,cxluKlB. U.J. of Eddie Smith, corner of Lot N. 4, Rockei tle county and as r of said out m N. 16 degrees W. "0 poles to a steno Ihe bill of complaint in said Wan- - f.d:-- All iho black berries eaute with pointers in his line; thence N. No 76) In Equity (at Frankfort) in f.l 2 degiees E 1S2 po'es to i tne Ui ited States Dist ict Court and I can get. Will pay the highest stoi'e on a ridge ia James MaHaf-- re prkc in cnk or goods praised at $9,000.00. PotaUra; thence his ? C C. WAL1 ACE, I N(H, line S. 43 2 degrees E. 7 poles to Special Blaster two black oaks on a ridge; thence S. r. O. Address: Richmond. Ky. Mt. Veruoii, Ky. 53 degrees E. 48 poles to a stone July 13 -- 1017 ; with pointers, corner of Lot Usance, a lira of same S. bl de(OnntinuH fr;im ist grees W. 166 poles to the beennaing, . ttcontaining 41 acres, which hot was drawn by Daniel Bales. Also tract known as the Zodo.k Spivey land, which was doeded to him on the 24th day of AnfOat 1SG" by R. P. Gresham and T. A. Creshc.m deed to which is recorded in De-Look "J" page 234, and bounded as follows : at a rati- - making friends Beginning at a beech and hickory of l pnich.T-e- i on the sou.h side of Rockcastle Rivo cur er shout 100 poles below the old i,d f fu im- iitri 'cultural piece where the house once stood; M.Pk?: Tlit y km.w aftT thence S. 71 degrees W. 110 poles to hat-eve- c wJf ' "; te 1-- " l..?V,1 - ." j- " iJt. I.-:- i .,; , 1 I . 't .) tj sur-son- al trc bait ; tt'-ri- in t 3A y i 1 181-21- 3 1-- -- W. 1- -4 I 1- MsJ - WE ARE DRIVING ALONG ''--i ! , 9m A 22" complete stock of United States Tires carried by 'i Bryant Bros. C0UNT nr hiTnni PVPTru ur r a istc mHShifiiui ;u .MinuL oidium FRANKFORT A;J0 iBewisjMSMMj Infer WBWPwawg,, .?( limyicVl' y ... MS filjtltlt VERSAILLES PIKE, FRANKLIN p?' jr . - P' XJTflSi A to. "' y-,-' i Ti&" iMtX' KM. aSCSci-T.3alyj""""MMt"ftjB- f ' J l VV Wi rV i.i-.'- - & '- ' I : ". A sk CVS i--- ''. ''JjT" yLLr "5 i?- - tjfyv & -- , V jsjc-- " ' ' -i- lfc-'fiESH- 0 dI EllmVS&. MSteiMgLJ r- - - - . ' ft- - ,i Vl i- I- jv- 'rr-rL- iM KB wit: Tract No. 1., being 76.88 acres Z more or less, (not including 1 tres. yard and garden) described in j conveyance from B H Brummett dated March 20, 190b, by deed re- fiocn-Picorded in Book 21, page 289 of the ! 1J nnlps S r.5 W I 'x poles; thence S. 65 2 degrees W. records of mid county. -N k Tract No. 2, containing 41 9 -29 poles; S.58 4 degrees W. -- fife 0 poles, S. 7 4 degrees, W. acres, more or less, described in deed 26 11 poles, S. 59 4 degrees W. from Georee W. McCormick dated ft COMPLKTE LINK March 20th, 1906, and recorded in 16 poles to the beginning. Coffins, Caskets and Robes is Book 21, page 291 of the records of Th true line herein with the center of Rockcastle River said county. Mail, Telegraph or TeleTract No. 3, containing 156 acres, and five poles out to the right of more or less, described in deed from these banks meander lines, said tract Fphone orders Promptly M. Pondar, dated March 21, 1906, containing 88 acres, be the same recorded in Book 21, page J94 more or less Filled The second tract is part of the 130 of the records of said county, 125 acres, Tract No. 4, containing acres and 250 acres aforesaid, on yc MM$ the north side of said river, and more or less, described in deed from A. J. Sams dated March 21, 1906 t: bounded as follows, Beginning at a forked white oak and recorded in Book 21, page 279 I lafeafe.'?t-aiM s t) "Bst n-i J with pointers, a corner to Spivey; al- - of the records of said county Tract No. 5, containing 138 acres, so a corner to Lot 1 in the division of less- - described in deed from J. P. Bales' estate, it being a corner more 150 acres of Uriah Gresham and A. J. jams, uaieu xaarcii .1, ijtuv, 143 No. 1, Showing holes in macadam road. No. 2, Hole cleaned out. Note vertical sides to re of 250 acres in his name; thence with and recorded in Book 21, page 279 V7i ' tain material. No. 3, Hole filled with new material same size and kind of material as used in buildBales' heirs line N. 78'deerees E. 95 of the records of said county. acres. containing 40 Tract No. 6, poles to stone with pointer at 2 fall- ing road. No. 4, Hole after being properly tamped, screened and watered, being left about a quarmore or less, described in deed from an nATilerv nnrinnl rrwr or- f riArtA ter of inch above former surface. Hole practically completed. No. 5, Completed patch in road. No. 6, 12 4 degrees E. 86 poles to two Callownjr, Mullins, dated March 20 nd recorded In flook 21, page Showing repair of deep rut on same road. fallen poplars, N. 47 degrees 49 2 stump wit., 293 of the records of said county. poles to a white oak Tract No. 7. containing 110 2 pointers at a branch, the mouth of which is overgrown with laurel .cres, more or less, described in deed bushes, a corner to the 250 and 110 from S. F. Sams, dated March 20, acres in Uriah Gresham's name, cor- 1906, and recorded in Book 21. ms.n e page 283 of the records of said counner to Mrs. R. P. Gresham's S. 49 ty. tract; thence with same convenience of degrees E. 12 poles to a stake in the Tract No. 8, containing 70 acres enter of Rockcastle River; thence mnr or leas, described in deed from down with the center of said river s. F. Sams, dated March 20, 1906. so does to a point opposite a lynn corner at and recorded in Book 21, page 283 Our line of Couch Caskets f -Zodock Spivey's comer; thence with 0f the records of said county, ttV I 18 unexcelM his line to two lynns; thence his line Tract No. 9, containing 12 4 likewise the progressive farmer; and. too. poles to a acres, more or less, described in N. 29 degrees W. 22 Handmade 'oflins furnishec It)) with pointers a corner of deed from S. F. Sams, dated March stake the wide-awak- e business woman. We Mrs. T. A. Gresham's to Zodock 20, 1906, and recorded in Book 21, UNDERTAKER and EMBALMEB Spivey; thence a line of aame S. 83 shall be jrla 1 to initiate people into details Il.irse senl to all parts of II1 page 283 of the records of said degrees E. 12 poles to the begining county. of keeping a checking accoant, the County. containing 20 acres, be the same Tract 10 containjng 33 7.8 acrea more or less. WE WILL BE GLAD TO TAKB YOUK ORDER more or je98j described in deed from All by Wire Filled Also a tract located on the waters s. F. Sams, dated March 20, 1906, FOR THE NSW LIBERTY LOAN BONDS. e'V v. of Roekeastle River near Lirinrston and rcorded in Book 21, page 283 of C. C. and bounded as follows: the records of said county. ATTORNEY-A- T LAW S Beginning at a chestnut en the Tract No. 11, containing 198 bank of a drain, corner te Thomas acres, more or less, described in deed M . VERNON, KY. MT VEENON.KY. Phone 94-(formerly Livingston Coal Com- - from Joseph H. Dickenson, adminis- 8 0 OFFICE. On 2nd floorof pany) ; thence with his lint N. IT do-- trator with the will annexed of the 33S: Bank of Mt. Vernon, on& crrees W. Sambroek, dated 2 noles te the east late Margaret ' (A7 I sW 11 March 20, 196,and recorded in edge of the railroad V.UUHO el. opeciaj arieii y S. 44 Book 21, page 275 of the records of thence with said tion given collections. degrees W. IS. 6 poles, 0. 29 4 aaid county, 4 im. FiETonevs for Fletcher s 'pnone 8o And also all coal mines aad all derreee W. 11.5 oles. S. t2 de- mM ff grees W. 14 poles, S. 4 dejpfees W. tracks, switches, mine cars, bridges, ' ease-- 1 soeaJep VIZ 1 ft tipple, scales, 1-1-- li& E 19 kisPzbk- t l irM - foBfi r privileges, easements, powers, real and personal property ind estate, owned, existing and operated under the 1mvs of, and situate in the Coun'.y of Rockcastle. State of Kentucky, ITEM 1. All of lots numbered one (1), two (2) and three (3) of fVrk thn lnnlrfl oct-- i f a rf John P. Bales, deceased. Also two certain tracts of land in one body, being tract number two (2) as called for in a certain deed to said New Livingston Coal Com- panv, the first tract being on the Rlvpr ci,lo nf Pnl-at1near one half mile above the mouth of Roundstone Creek, and held under the following patents: One of 8 acres patented to T. A. Gresham en th 9th day of March, 1883; one of 130 acres patented to Mrs. T. A. Gresham on the 2nd day of April, 1881, also a part of a 250 acres patented to Uriah Gresham, and bounded as follows: Beginning at a lynn stump close on the northeast bank of Rockcas tle River, it being an agreed division comer m'de hv Zndnek Snivev end Mrs. R. P. Gresham; then with the agreed line made bv these parties S. 29 degrees E. 47 2 poles to a stone on a ridge; thence hT. 7 degrees E. poles to a white oak near the 13 N. W. corner of said Spivcy's field; thence N. 70 2 degrees E. 10 2 poles to a white oak stumo with pointers, a corner of Spivey and John Bale's heirs (150 acres tract in the name of Uriah Greshnm) : with the agreed and marked lines of said tract between said heirs and first partv above; N. 51 2 do- grees E. 35 poles to a stone pile on the west bank of a drain with point- (where a hickory now gone is d called for); thence N. 61 2 grees E. 165 poles to a stake; thence 36 degrees E. 67 poles to a stake N. 80 da- on a cliff with pointers, W. passing James Smith cor- f ion onm. oUn onstfho.. .n. ner of his 100 acres a lynn, in all 138 poles to two chestnut oaks and an elm under a cliff, corner of the 38 acres, 130 acres and 250 acres afore- said; t. 1 degree W. iiv nnKs to a ctaVo nn flio tinnt- - v iha riuttl" , thtmfa w. ... nf w. ..v.. v..w... '"'up with the north bank of the river the following meanders: S. 83 2 degrees E. 7 poles 4 links to a stake, S. 43 degrees E. poles, S. 26 2 2 degrees E. 16 poles to a stake on top of a cliff; thence S. 7 2 de- grees W. 16 poles to a stake; thence S. 33 2 degrees W. 12 poles; thence S. 51 2 degrees W. 13 72- 100 poles; thence S. 64 4 degrees 0 poles, S. 57 degrees W. 26 W. 12 poles, S. 41 2 degrees W. at 15 poles cross a branch, in all 18 to-wi- t: poplar and white oak; thence S. decrees W. 26 polaa to a red oak; thence S. 5 degrees E. 70 pole: to a white oak; thence S. 50 degrees E 20 poles to a white oak and Spanish oak; thence N. 70 degrees E. 0 po'cs to a beech on the bank of Kockcaatle River; thence with the tame course 80 poles to two lynns; th. nee X. C3 degrees W. ll pole to th" beginning, supposed to contain 100 acres more or less. Also a secoond tract known A3 the d Zodock Spivey land, and was by him from John Bales, deed to which is recorded in Deed Book "J", page 398, and bounded as fol- a 21 nur-chase- mf$Hk x 7JK'.'? jir..i. ll 'nnsl trial :ha'. cur gcx.ds I u a.;t- - tht- - b- - at and fantv nnst ,:uraiI mat.iiuU, i lied in th most expert :.ml that ue outr iiuiiLifr. allien lsM onmring capacity ff ever tltuiir wc soil Bj though our psirca are so iiasuiiikle IlK'llt. in tvt'i v J.-par- t- T Vrt,-tV,oal- - u 1-- 2-- 1-- Beginning at a double lyr.n in the Anderson survey runnnir.g with the 1(ldle the. drain so it will strike the mouth of the branch oelow the sPnnK r. the field of the old Ander- son tract and containing 2j acres, more Or leSS y Also for a tram way of necessary width on, over and acioss the land formerly owned by the Livingston Coal Company, but recently owned by William Ward, and by him sold to J. M. Thomas by deed of record in the Rockcastle County Clerk's office in Deed Book No. 18, pape 584. Said right over, on and in raid land, includes also sufficient land on the northwest corner thereof for tinple for the purpose of loading to ami lipping coal; said tram-waextend from the aforesaid Spivey hrA across this last described land Louisville & Nash- O;,,11'013 to vllle Railroad, "and includes any and " other rights plaintiffs or either of (meaning Cora Ward and th?m' aid land to 'n or J?er jhonias. which was deeded to the Ijvinfttoi Jw w e' Goal Company J Ccl?y.Comnl:ronkir right-of-way 10C c. c. COX Mt. Vernon, Kv. Opoosite Court House r 1 ? w JONAS McKENZIE I THE OLD r: -- "5" - 1-- scribed oyer and across the lands of J- wcrooer. wuo, .tow owned ay the New ?nd ( oal Company. a of necessary Abo. width for crossing a bridge and tres le from the said Company s land, m thls nstrument and 2 ItenJs J Liv-then- jj 1 R LIABL ; . r 1 "4-- . V-j 7xm MScr -- -- VM " ce "r r- !$ iigbl-..t-wa- y j de-e- rs u m 1 A j orinH r' JKX2z ifsv uiT -- !ftpt3nK$ lir-i-ti 1-- de-S- to and nterse,t-N- . said Company s tram-w- a lnC s a point 3,611 feet from its tion with the said Louisville & Nash-,- . said ville Railroad bridge and trestle now so located a'ld built reserving to said J. M. Thomas the right heretofore granted raft- -' los, ties, boats him of ana Dooms to anu aionji cue WFeeswith - - M- - 27.2, Jm? fet s- - N. 28 1 de- Merchandise j. ::. Dcapcg General :':: rfsrc&aq o o o J m $ as 1 junc-gree- rierht-oi-wa- y, rvoeiv-castl- e River 1-- hereinbefore scribed. ITEM 3. ironung :j sum wid in Items - bank abutting 1 Farm Implements 4 : .- and ., ' "";"deand of ' .. o - ;: o o . . ::-o . 17-1- 1-- the All the coal, and all the timber rights, in under and upon c: : o- - o : , 4-- y Mx&x 1 laJ following described tracts in said Rockcastle county - ; to- - sVAflt; ' -- 3-- 88-10- rMiibUB Kim,.. . UNDERTAKER --.- )3sU4ui 3; j o: o .....o :, QVVBiVS ; ,., , 1-- 1- n ails sHnWIl vi ilill? fflBrlil 1-3-- Brodhead Ky 3-- 4-- f 36-10- 1-3-- 6-- " aa - rd8x&x& iKSaX 4rcc ooo wara to-wi- J- Jfcfc'-,- --- mam tt- --i fj4000 T 16. 1-- Progressive People UfiDEBTAKgH I orders S jJ. C. McCLARY 130-acr- business THE value and knows 3-- a Checking Account; the up to date professional man; 8-- Promptly STANFORD, KY. W. A. COX, i S 53Sg 1& Williame 9 The Bank of Mf, Vernon 4S-6- right-of-wa- y; right-of-wa- ill 3-- 3-- ooo &A8TOBI4 .A8TORU CsarJQ rl? ii4 right-of-wa- y, V