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VERNON, u ESTABLISHFD 1887 NUMBER 44 VOLUME XXXII ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 18 1919 i g FOR DEMOCRATIC m I II SECRETARY OF STATE VAPOR jgpjaiBg, II I HF ' tJH V t mM-- r ','''- Bb mi ' '' '" ',.:' ;. ''43$-- ' v 1H friifltf ' H 'hi 'I STOVE i 1 1; The Greatest Car In All The World a D. E. McQUEAR Y I 1 PRIMARY,Aug.2nd Mr. McQueary is a native of Pulaski county, and belongs to one of the oldest families in the State, his ancestors, who were originally from Scotland, came to Kentucky from North Carolina in a very early day where some of them resided ever since. Having been reared on the farm he represents the bone and sinew of the great State of Kentucky. However, he did not remain on the farm, but attended school, taught practiced law and in the meantime was engaged in journalism in both Pulaski and McOreary counties, afterwards becoming postmaster at Pine Knot where he proved himself to be one of the best postmasters in Kentucky. His training and experience qualify him for the position he seeks, and, if nominated he will fill the office with credit to himself and his I ! Hi i m You'll like this stove because it's compact and is equipped with the large powerful Detroit burners, sanitary base, nickel trim mings and drip pan This stove is also made in the two-burn- er i i m ! size e. Vernon, Ky. c. cox Mt. Electric Starter, Strong Lights, Demountable Rims BRYANT BROS. .'avau.MAKiMMfr je" MT. VERNON, KY. Chicago Foot Specialist is Coming Here At considerable expense and trouble, we have ranged for a foot expert to be at this store ar- constituency. Mr. McQueary was a candidate for the nomination for Secretary of State four years ago, and not withstanding the fact that he withdrew from the race ouite awhile before the primary he received seventeen thousand votes. His friends believe he is entitled to the nomination and will receive it. There is every reason why he should do so from their view point, and, even those who oppose him can offer no valid objection to this nomination. The platform on which he is running is sound and practical and should be read by every voter in the State. It is not one made merely to run on, but to stand on after the election. Read it and then nominatehim . w "rsrT 3&t- - JULY Examination 17-1- 8 for the convenience of foot sufferers. and Advice Free Somerset Journal. Fellow Democrats of Kentucky: In submitting to you my can- didacy for the Democratic nomination for Secretary of State of Kentucky, I assure you, actions upon these vital, concise principles, and not words, will be my course: Doubling all school teachers salaiies and pay at the end of the month; free school books to all children. Being a member of our State Board of Education, I shall do even more for the schools of the State. 2. Laws requiring all legal advertising published in all the newspapers of the county. 3. Liberation of the 2o,ooo Democrats of the mountains from political and judicial oppression a sane reform in our judiciary. Salary for Magistrates and Police Judges. 4. Law fixing penalty for violation of bar association rules. 5. A law guaranteeing to the tobacco groweis a minimum, price for their tobacco. 1. federate veterans and widows. I endorse the administration 9 at Washington in toto and our President's League of Nations. 10. I have never held a State office, and while in office I shall not become a candidate for this or another office. Upon these principles I rest my case with you. Your ballot on August 2 decides whether I am to be your servant to wage a fight for these principles. Gratefully jours, D. E. McQueary. Post at Elkton, during last fall. has many Mr. McQueary Rockcastle. He is a friends in nephew of Mrs. J. N. Brown, of Level Green and a cousin of R. L. Brown. LIVINGSTON J. P. E. Drummond, week. of Knox-ville, No More Hurting Feet "ISIIP smac WWJP Foot Come Forth and Gain Yoxxr Let Complete Comfort This expert, who is one of the Staff of Dr. Wm. M. Scholl, the noted specialist and recognized foot authority is able to tell at once what the real cause of your foot trouble is. He knows feet as a dentist does teeth or as an architect -- does houses. TRerzisa Appliance orRwieEjrEvejylbab'ljxxdok No matter how simple or how serious your foot trouble is, he can tell you (and show you) how to gain D Scholl Immediate Relief and a rapid correction of the difficulty. Remember the dates. Be ur to come in. Everybody welcome. Sutton O JVlcBee jM Watch KiVMA Hon. D. E. McQueary, Postmaster at Pine Knot, Ky., now on a leave of absence and doing some training in the Bowling Green Business University, recently in a drive in his home town and community he effected the sale and delivery of $loo,ooo of Brodhead, were Shipped through here Tuesday from LexWar Saving Stamps. He is a lawyer by profession, ington. R. G. Wilmott, of Harwas a candidate three years ago lan, a brother of the deceased, for the Democratic nomination was with the remains. G. S. for Secretary of State of Ken- Griffin, ot near Mt. Vernon, was tucky. Though he withdrew here Tuesday on business. Mrs. from the race some two weeks Frank' Jones of near Level Green, before the primary, he never- will teach, the Sand Hill school theless received 17,000 votes, this year. Mrs. Sam Hellard, of or i2,ooo less than the nominee, Ravenna, is visiting relatives Well, this has Mr. Hamlett, received. His here this week. tnends freely predicted that been a great blackberry crop in this neck of the woods, and are 6. A creation of a State Depart, should he become a candidate selling at 25c per gallon. For ment of Mining of equal dignity again for the nomination at the the last few days the mercury in to the vaiious other State De- next August primary, his npmi-natio- n will be practically unani- the weather machine has been partments. playing around the one hundred to the State mous.' Bowling Green Times -- mark and the way old sol as 7. Amendments Board of Health laws to better Journal,. Sept. 9, 1918. .been casting hisbeams' u$n-fchthe healtK-ofd- iir pleople.and save Nfll- nnlv HU.ha haXn. i .,n Sartxyi. cool place ,nas.,been .nara J""59H SvcwlA 7 Tr"J r 'i them from quaks',v. trT drives to ,.v to hjulAfit'BeriistkdtbAft-'tWaWDUfcw LJSLJ&cxaied'-Si- t & Ben-Hellard --- The Tenn., is in our city this Rev. Webb, of Jaeksbofo, Tenn., has moved his family to Mt. Vernon and stopped off here a few days with friends. John Clark is in Cincinnati this week on business. Mrs. W. M. Owens was called to Brodhead Sunday on account of the death of Mrs. J. W. Tate. cut his hand very bad Saturday on a window pane. remains of B. R. Wilmott, -- a - . m 1 "" TMisfef imiiMf m M Mrs. Rice Walton, of Lynch, Ky , nail's family Pills for constipa has been visiting Mr. Walton's tion. mother, Mrs. J. H. Walton. W. M. Ponder is on the sick list this week. Hon. John W. Rawlings. of Danville, is a candidate for State Auditor and persons here Jewelers & Opticians who know him say that he is a Watches democrat of the old school, a Diamonds democrat and one that Jewelery can help carry the democratic Silverware Fine 'Watch. banner to victory this fall. Lets Repairing. ., the T all get busy and nominate ' Now in Tfc.lr N.w.LocMior . Boylelcounty matfjor the office O.XatQb At. suAs&i&z IgnjlgjNuldren, .jaf JPIaySLJer ysaOi-c- sa from what we can learn Livingston was very badly baateo. Judge Frank Dees was in Brodhead looking over the telephone situation in that town. Dr. and Mrs. R. G. Webb are with Mrs Webb's mother this week at Boston, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Griffin and little son, of Mt. Vernon, were here Saturday and Sunday. Miss Geneva Griffin, of Mt. Vernon, visited relatives here latter part of last week. Mrs. Mattie Smith and daughter, Cava-linof Winchester, and Miss Margie Owens, of Brodhead, were here between trains Tuesday Miss Margret Fallas, of Lebanon Junction, has been visiting Miss Marie Ratnbo. Walter Owens and Bennett Mullins have landed in the U. S. from over seas and are now at Camp Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Mann, of Paris, Ky., are visiting Mrs. J. H. Walton this week. Mr. Edd Quinn, of Winchester, is with relatives here this week. Mrs. Hobert Griffin, of London, has been with relatives here for a few days. e, turned home after a few days visit with her parents, Mr. andJMrs. R. L. Paynt Mrs. T. R. Tudor and Miss Ruth Fields, of Dan- ville, are visiting Mrs. D. B. Rambo and daughter, Miss Marie. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas County, ss. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of E. J. Cheney & Co., do-- 1 ing busintss in the city of Toledo County and state aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of i Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Frank J. Cheney. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D 1886.1 ..' A. W. GLEASONl (Seal) Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Medicine is taken internally and acts through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. Send for v.- - - t? j testimonials, free. fc Co., Toledo F. J. Cheney O , Sold'by all druggists, 75c. j L.Huber&Son Jeff-ersoni- an M ..fourtn 4 'iiv '.- -"---- ' '.iii S ?74 'k""; j iifT'ilA t .f. immmmtlT)i t Tim I ViliiMITrTli1lT in PTTWHi ttfc VfiMdtJ SMML, g&il)AV, . nwi. ftjiv i8, 1511 gjjyb .. ..n we . . " tAi Garry a hum - yf ". - Commissioner's Sale UNITED STAl HAILHOAD ADMINISTRATION Director General of Railroads missioner s Sale Louisville & Nashville Railroad Summer Excursion Fares Are Now In Effect To Various Summer Resorts Providing Attractive Vacation Trips FOLLOWDGare ROUND TRIP RATES FROM Mt- Big Vernon ( TO NEARBY RESORTS Stifle Gap, Va. War Tax Extra): $12.56 $ 8.46 11.24 Diamond Springs, Ky. FrankliB, Ky. Gallatin, Tenn. Irvine, Ky. Westmorelvnd, Tenn. 12.62 3.78 13,69 Hartnille, Tein. TirreHt, Ky. 13,74 5.76 For fares to other points, or further particulars, apply to local Ticket Agent. 7-- 25 STOMACH TROUBLE I suffered with stomach trouble. I would have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with butter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have regular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they were no good at all for my trouble. I heard a long while Mr. Marion Holcomb. of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite THEDFORD'S Black-Draug- ht recommended very highly, so began to use it It cured me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or stomach trouble any more." Black-Draug- ht acts on the jaded liver and helps it to do its important work of throwing out waste materials and poisons from the system. This medicine should be in every household for use in time of need. Get a package today. If you feel sluggish, take a dose tonight You will feel fresh tomorrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. ONE CENT A DOSE ant MteGuiIhatlransjortns If youjr floors are looking worn or dingy, try refinisbing them with HANNA'S LUSTRO-FINISH ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT ROCKCASTLhJ CIRCUIT COURT. COURT Martha B Fowler, inCharley Flynn, &c5, dividually, and Martha Plaintiff, B. Fouler, Guardian, vs. :Notice of Commissioner's Sale Plaintiff tr.. vs : Notice of Commissioner's Delta Helton &c, Defendauts By virtue of a judgment and Sale. order of sale of the Rockcastle Ivory AngJin, &c, Defendants. Circuit Court, rendered at its May Term, 18 19, in the above By virtue of a judgment and stvled cause, the undersigned order of sale of the Rockcastle will, on Monday, July 21st, '1919, Circuit Court, rendered at its being a regular County Court May Term, 19 19, in the above it day for said county, between the styled cause, the undersigned hours of 1 o'clock and 4 o'clock will on Monda-- . , July 21st, 1919, p m., at $he front door of the being regular I'ountv Court day court house in Mt Vernon, Ky , for said county, between the proceed to" expose to public sale, hours of 1 o'clock an'd 4 o'clock to the highest and best bidder, p. m , at the front door of the the following described tracts of court house in Mt. Vernon, Ky., land, constituting one body and proceed to expose to public sale, located in Brodhead, Rockcastle to the highest and best bidder, County, Kentucky and bounded the following described tract of as follows: land, located in Rockcrstle Coun1st Tract. Beginning at a stake ty, Kentucky, on Clear Creek, in the line of the L. & N. R. k. and bounded and described as Bo'. 33 ft. irom the center of the track; thence South with said follows: Bounded on the north by the railroad line to a stake in John lands ot W. A. Hammonds; on the Melvin's line; thence South with said line to two dogwoods and a ; east by the lands of Henry on the south by the lands of hickory stump near the corner of fence, also supposed to be ia John Cope; on the west by the the Melvin's line; thence with said lands of Spencer Abney, the east side of the fence to a about 300 acres. stake near said fence; thence a The two. following tracts, how short line to a stake, thence ever, with the right of way as another short line to a large herein set out, are excluded from beech stump in the bank of a said boundary. drain; thence crossing the cross Beginning at a ing the drain to a hickory and 1st Tract. stake on the top of a ridge in sugar "trunk" sapling pointers; Kizzie Hansberry's line; thence thence with said bluff to the running a straight line down the bend of Negro Creek; thence up hill to a sugar tree; thence to a said creek with the meanders to stone corner on the side of the the beginning, and said to concounty read; thence with county tain 10 acres, more or less road to the creek; thence with Beginning 2nd Tract. the old creek bed, up the creok stone in'ltne of John Melvin, at a also to Kizzie Hansford's line, and in line of right of way of Knox-vill- e being the west side of the John branch of the L. & N. R. R. Anelin and Mary A. Anglin tract Co.; thence with Melvin's line a of land. west course crossing Negro Beginhing at a Creek to a stone on or near the 2nd Tract. stake in Henry Abnes's line, run- side ot the county road on the ning with a double mulberry a edge of the creek bluff; thence straight line up the hill to a stake with said creek bluff edge a in R. J. West's line on top of the north east course, also with counridge, including the right of way ty road to a stone in line of said over the land between Martha B. railroad, also corner in the line Anglin and others, and running of Honk Bros, lots near Water with Henry Abney 's line to the station; thence with a line of said county road. railroad a south course to the beSale to be made on a credit of ginning, containing 4 acres, more 6 months; purchaser Jwill be re or less. Sale to be' made on a credit of quired to give bond with ap6 months; purchases will be reproved security for the payment of the purchase money, to have quired to giye bond with approv the force and eflect ot a judgment ed security for the payment of bearing legal interest Jfrom date the purchase monev, to have the of sale, with a lien reserved on force and effect of a judgment, said land uutil all the purchase bearing legal interest from date of sale, with a lien reserved on money is paid. said land until all the. purchase G. S. Gkiffin, money is paid. Master Commissioner, G. S. Griffin, Rockcastle Circuit Court. Master Commissioner, Rockcastle Circuit Court LOSS OF APPETITE. Ab-neycon-tain.ng Unredeemed Land To Be Sold For Taxes In accordance with the laws of KM - the State now in full force, I will, sell to the highest and best bidder the following described property or so much thereof as " to pay the tax, cost and penalties now due the State of Kentucky and county of Rockcastle by the parties hereinafter mentioned. This sale will take place at the doorcf the Rockcastle couu-tCourt House in Mt. Vernon, Ky., on the i5th and :6th days v GROCERIES MEAT, Including ne l ... Of ummm- -. - a LARD, FLOUR . Coffee, Sonar, Canned Goods, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. MEAL ' and in fact everything that is kept in an up to date Grocery WE ALSO HAVE A GOOD LINE OF of August, 1919, at I o'clock p. m., and will continue thereafter Men's and Boys' OVERALLS ODD PANTS, WORK SHIRTS AND HATS from a genuine Panama down to the lowest without further notice. Deed, with Pee Simple Title will be given the highest and best bidder,, AND NOT ANY OF THE PROPERTY WILL BR SUBJECT TO REDEMPTION priced Work Hat. AH live and let live price. these jjoods are sold at a 5cto P. S. When you come in you cant fail to see our 10C COUNTER, which is brim full of bargains for every housekeeper. THEREAFTER. Any parties desiring final opportunity to redeem their property can do so by seeing me at my office in Greenville, Ky., on any day previous to the date of this sale,, viz., by mailing me at Greenville, Ky., by registered mail, check or money order for amounts as hereinafter set out, giving correct postofflce address for receipt to be returned, and the lien will be properly released of record. Very respectfully yours, W. a CUMMINS J.B. West Main Street On a a H. GRAY, Wheat GIVE US A CALL HIRAM LAWS, Gen'IMgr, Revenue Agent for State at Large. YEAR 1913 10 James Adams W. M. Ballinger Green Bogard Mat Bowles Alfred Baker W. D. Campbell John Coffey 4 14 $10.40 WANTED 3 3 5 7 3 7 7 8.73 30 45 4o 35 12 . 7.35 8.75 13.87 We want to buy. your wheat, will We are ready pay market price now to take care of your wants lo.05 lo.75 9.85 Celia Cromer C. C. Deea C. D. DeBord 4 12 2o Leonard Duncan W. P. Poster Geo Fogel John S. Gadd Wra.S. A Hamilton lo 4 4 lo 75 lo.o5 lo 4 4 7 7 FA Hurt John Jones W H Morris lo 8 7 WH Mize H M Morgan Jeff Madden Cbas McGuire 15.85 2o 6.75 2 lots 8.19 35 a lo.l 111 22,85 64o 21,75 9,18 25 7,86 2o 13,75 .loo 15 9,15 3 4o Central Milling in, BRODHEAD. KY. SUCCESSORS TO The Rockcastle Milling Co. 4 5 7 8 lo 5oy Ed McDauiel Chas Renner W F Renner J A Renner W N Rice 7 lo loa 3o 8,45 8,45 7,65 9,65 11,15 8,25 8 8 1913 John Vance YEAR '' 4 50 a $ 11 .85 4 28 a 10 45 15 55 26 75 65 11 78 13 64 16 27 11 15 11 15 11 95 11 17 9 8 7 Mat King R E Laawell Matilda Lamb Lula Mullins Major Mullins E M Mink Bill McCullum 1915 19J5 7 35 a 10 35 a 12 65 a O tnn lUU Tfest.m?ve in a I in? ''72aa 10 6 100 a JEOverbay J W Overbay Leander; Robinson " " " " Bright, lustrous and beautiful floors appear, best of all, you can apply this handy product your- cir. j use get a can JAN. and put it on as you would varnish. Equally good for wood work and furniture. Tfllffljmt Made Comes in all nat-ural wood colors. presto! iYou'II be surprised at the results. Imf f3y?2L 4JcUAK&' " : Vn As a general rule there is nothing serious about a loss of appetite, and if you skip a meal or eat two meals a day for a few days you will soon have a relish for your msals when meal time comes. Bear in mind that at least five hours should elapse be tween meals so as to give the food ample time to digest and the stomach a period of rest before a second meal is taken. Then if you eat no more than you crave and take a reasonable amount of outdoor exercise every day you will not need to worry about your appetite. When the loss of appetite is caused by constipation as is often the case, that should be corrected at once. A 'dose of Chamberlain's Tablets will do it, Commissioner's Sale Mary A. Arthur Robinsen WG singleton W T Sharp Thos Williams " " " and Others, AaP Painter vs: Notice of Sale, Plaintiffs, R E Arnold Earnest Newland Others, Defoneants J H Anderson Jane Alcorn A H Branforth " " " "86a 6 11 30 3 30 7 42 7 50 7 50 3 30 5 25 6 8 12 20 rj f Ul I Vl 7 1 ri winning battle of life Is made when sav- - begins. It a a a a a a a a 1115 11 15 12 44 6 88 13 64 11 70 - 7 85 9 7g 11 6 25 financially by developing traits that will insure success, comfort and Think will educate you 3 By virture of a judgment and Ullie Bussell S Q Brown order of sale of the Rockcastle Brook " " " Circuit Court rendered at its May term 1919, 1 SOLD BY 4 4 1 llDflllM P' fl 'I f 9 "h" W. ELSigrmon KENTUCKY County is a law abiding county. Its citizens are patriotic .in , all things. To the law is a duty The ne w Revenue law provides that the Tax payer shall come to th County seat and give his July 1st and October 1st each year. Don't be a slacker. Uphold the taw. Anv one failing to com ply with this law, will be fined not exceeding fifty dollar. I Rockcastle tip-ho- f MT. VERNON -- i4 NEW FARM BULLETIN KY- - Now Ready For DiatriUvtion mum mi lot yo si ill uiic. More thr ld list-betwee- SUMMER COMPLAINT IK CHILDREN. There is not anything like .so many deaths from this disease now as before Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy came into such general use': When this remedy is given with castor oil as directed and pre per are is taken as to diet, it is safe to say that fully niety-nin- e out of every hundred cases recover. Mr. W. G. Campbell, of Butler, Tenn., says, ''Ihave used Chamberlain's Colic and Diarchies, Remedy for summer complaint in children. It is iar ahead of anything I fhave ever used ;for .T.inii. o describe:!, our niailiu traci; thence N. 56 W. 16 poles to a stone; thence s. 2 w ji poies V M Carter to a stone: thence S. 89 E. 53 P.ECash poles to a stom.; thenca S. 3 W. J C Cummins f M T Eversole 15 poles to a stone; thence S. 86 stone; thence J C Gadd I E. 68 poles to a poles to a stone; N. ii. thence' 38 poles to a thencN. 31 W. 18 poles stone; to a stone at the County Road;, thence with said road as now located 7.5 poles to a stake in said road at the original line; thence with said line S. 81 W. 37 poles to the beginning and conW. 98 " S. 82 Caleb Gadd Mat Gilpin H H Hamlar 1 J Hicks J P Martiq Wm Martin. will offer for highest and best sale to the bidder, on a credit of six months, at public auction, at the front door of the Conrt House in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, Ky., on Monday July 21st, 191 9. between the hours of eleven o'clock A. M. and three oVlock P. M., the following described real estate located in Rockcastle county, Kentucky and on the waters of Dick's river and bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a white oak, corner to the R S. 'Martin five acre James Wro Barnes J SCope . J H Clark Chas. Cox Elizabeth Drew C D Debord 7 95 0 600 16 a 55 a 3a 45 a a a J "11 4a 8 8g happiness. Every deposit made with us is a step toward Independence. Start an account with us today and stick to it. 4 135 a 7 14 ft 1 ft 12 15 85 10 63 9 45 8 78 11 15 8 45 22 18 ' 5 10 7 P H Frady Nora Griffith J G Gadd " " ' John S Gadd Martha L Howard ' 5 10 I J Hicks " fl JB Jordon 4 4 4 "" 40 a 5a 24 a 112 a 37 a a8 a 61 a 30 a 13 a Bank of Mt. Vernon How Are You Going to Keep'Em on the Farm? ANSWER: II 15 9 60 16 85 15 58 9 18 YEAR 1916 Franklin Allison 1916 Arthur Alexander J W Anglin Gemima Baker D J Brown Steve Carpenter a " 2 lots " 4 40 a " JO 10 a 8 3 50 11 a 9 78 " ' 2 7 9 30 a 30 a 1 " ' a 10 6 lot 8a .Qem i:i:i-Go- ?man d t.corporit. 4 87 a 4 57 10 aO a " 3 15 a ' 10 SO a ' 8a 5 " 10 85 16 48 10 48 12 85 15 35 12 85 8 40 7 85 8 16 13 85 12 85 With Electric Lights Makes the Farm Home More Attractiue to the Girl or Boy Delco-Ligh- ts 1170 12 14 8 15 13 16 7 10 17 93 27 3IC3cSXCir L". W. BETHURUtt Office on . ATTORNEY AT LAW MT, VERNON, RY. Will practice in all the courts. Church street 1 iw it urn asking you to come in on an purpose." PROPERLY FITTED J GLASSES AT THE RIGHT TIME is of Rockcastle missioner , early date, before the weather gets bad and before I am crowded NOTICE TO THE TAX PAYERS with work. My office will be OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY: opened from 8 a. m. until 5 p. m Yon r tax for the. year 1919 is C.T. SIGMON, nn4w due. Please caiLat m'yofficV County Tax .Com- - WillieMorris Chas Moore P M Maxey sixty-fiv- e acres more or Major Mullins taining less, and is the same property Morgan Robinson occupied by George Ed fainter J M "Robins J R Robinson at the time of Bond with approved security, H Saylors payable to myself, as Commission Claud Stokes er, bearing legal interest from Emily Taylor h'rs day of sale tilTpaid, with lein on EL Thompson the property sold and having the John Vanwinkle force .and effect of a judgment J.RVanwinkle will be required of the purchaser. SB Withers G. S. Griffin, M. C. R. C. C. his-deat" " " " " " 15 85 25 43 63 25 20 85 20 35 61 85 35 48 36 J7 7 7 Jot ,4 5O a a a a 835 14 v 7 2 " 7 80 " 9 60 ' 12 6 " 3 25 is instated there is no longer as great incentive for the son or daughter to go to the city. Its conveniences are brought to their home in the country. When Delco-Ligh- t a a a a "12 la " n lot ' " " J3 13 9 " 10 52.ya 3 62 a 4 10 a 10 lot 8 17 10 9 12 The. daughter can have electric lights in her room, an electric curling iron and all other comforts that are so much desired by yonng woman. It makes the chores easier for the son and provides power for operating labor saving tools. so modernizes the farm home that it brings cheer and satisfaction to every membei of the family. J Delco-Ligh- t '..," ? Greatest Importance. If your eyes are' showing any defects now is the time to see CHAMBERLAIN'S COEIC AND DIARRHOEA RLMEDY. This 'medicine always wins the godo? opinion if not the praise of C ASTORIA tiiwts InUtFordvw30Yr av,.i.ii- .itc of bringing your home up. to date and of giving; your wife and family a real home, with lights, bath, running! water, etc, get in touch with If you arp desirous , Fqr- - and-- CUldrea -5 . andsetthf same.' 'Kea'bt - DR.fQpRE.JkC h$mM . $y-.-.- "- Webb's Drug Store ' .- -- TLXNGFO'RD,'':S.iR.jrxl jCoxBuUiHgr;Mi.ernpp I rh6ae2ho use it.. TryuMwhcn youhwe need;of;.f uch.ajrejnedfcv i eVthe sJSWBHP VlKJ " wCV-i.k- ..-'-- ...l -: V e - y (taasaGttusta s - .l Ml VfiRKOtf dtdtiAfc; fcftM&Y, JOitf- i8, 1919 - V - out the state and should look to gHt u,r together and discussing tli.s situation before casting their big and hotter ihingo- for the ballots. county's j.ood. These meetings Friday, July i8, igiy Think it over, Brother Editors, will be mexsiuee for good in proand if you conclude that this is portion to" he attendance. Published every Friday by Theques ions of Health, Homes; correct, let the information be EDGARS. ALBRIGhl. published that the attention of Schools. Churches, Roads, Agri- SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $1 the voters may be called to this nlttire and Live Stock which vvure discused in the Farmers Advertising rates maue known vn serious condition that Com unity Meeting must still application discu sed in the coming Gov.Jas. D Black, for Gover 'e inonthlv county meetings These MKMBKR OF nor, W. H. Shanks, for Lieuten KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION mt Gov. and T. VV. P. Bn ne foi ire subj.'c.s which are of vital mportance to the people and to Auditor are three names that w'H heir happiness look mighty good ou the balk t was tlie KEY next November. It looks like tor our future moetings. all three of them are winners The revival has now started We know Blaci is, we believe in Mt. Vernon lets keep it up Ssanks will be and we hope until it has reached the utterBrouse is to be. ANNOUNCEMENTS most parts of the county and all We are authorized to announce FARMERS COMMUNITY are converted to Real Living and R. L. MoFERRON MEETING. Real Happiness which brings as a cadidate for Representative from - Mt. Vernon Signal Kan ; 2& Bu:imnnnnnniiiimomni!imnmiimmiiDmiiim:uii:!iiiiiiimiBii BanraiaiMiiwHiMr:Timmiininin,m"!iiSi'.'r!L3ianin 111 172 ACRES 1 t . OF LAND Lincoln County AT KINGS MOUNTAIN Ullimiui to all. the Eighty First Legislative district, The Farmers Community Meet success comomposed of Rockcastle ann Laurel ing held here on Monday, Tues Counties, subject to the action of the A CREED FOR ROCKCASTLE Repuhcan party at its primary election day nnd Wednesday, was a great COUNTY. succets, notwithstanding the at on Augus t i, l tendance of the farmers much Shall we as farmers and citi- unniHUiiraPgCMr?" uuiiiiiiuuiiiiU!i!Mimr3HK?3Enu rBr .imiimtuiiuimmnn ituuimui.iiuiiuibuuji The supporters find of Judge Car-ro- ll hope in the fact, as they claim, that the country folks are indifferent about the Primary election, which is to be held throughout the state on They August 2nd claim that Carroll is stronger in the cities than Governor Black; that the city fellows will go and cast their vote and by reason of that, Carroll can win the noniina tion. It is true that the country folks have further to go to cast their vote and that it requires nioie time; that about August 2nd, the farmers are verjT busy. But we also know that the farmers are very patriotic; that they are keenly interested- in the election of our officers and they do not propose to let the city fellows select their nominees for them. The country folks thoroughly understand the itn portance of their votes. They realize that it is their highest duty to express their choice at the polls. But if we be indifferent; if we take no interest; if we stay away from the polls; if we turn over the selection of our nominees to the political trickster or the city voters, then we cannot hope to get real high-clamen in office or to have an honest or efficient government. We are thorouehly opposed to the Republican ticket chosen by the bosses at Lexington. That ticket should be defeated because a few Republicans bosses from Louisville and Covington selected it. We are opposed to Democratic bosses as much as we "are to Republican bosses The peoss Saturday, ple of Rockcastle appreciate this fact and desiring to nominate a ticket free from bossism, will march to the polls on the 2nd day of August. The people of county want Governor this Black nominated. They admire him. They trust him. He belongs to the plain, common, every day folks and will give to the people ol this state an old fashioned, honest, economical administration of public affairs, the very thing we most need and the very lnng the Democrats of this county want. So to the polls, Democrats, to the polls we go, and let eveiy was anticipated .11011 The and women sent here for this occasion, are experts in their I'.ne and those who heard them will profit as the result The L.ct that more farmers did not attend than did. is due to the hay harvest which is on. Had it been possible to arrange the dates for this meeting for a later date, the attendance would have been quite different. Many of cur farmers are interested in those things which will help them and help the county, some are uot interested in anything and the result they are not do ing much. Each speaker billed for the occasion was present and ably took care of the subject as signed. The picture show for each evening was a disappoint ment, because of a inishao, yet the evening sessions were full of interest and the most important reels were shown at the Boone Way opera house Plans are already underway for another meeting just like this one in 1920 and if a more suitable time can be arranged, there is no question but that the attendance will be By thpt time quite different. the farmers will realize the benefits of the one just closed and be ready to take advantage of the benefits offered by those the future may bring. This meeting closed Wednesday night with an attendance from 1000 to 1500 people during the series of lectures. All who attended are reflecting over what was Jsaid and done The people who received the greatest gcoiare those who attended every dav. Those who attended part of the time, received good also Those who did not attend will be wonderfully helped in directly by those who did attend. Therefore the conclusion is that all the entire County is better by having had such a meeting. The people of Mt. Vernon did much in advertising the meeting by letter and word, to their friends. Country people were made glad by letter and word and town people by the presence of the country people. All de serve ciedit for the forward step in real living and letting live. small t than zens accept the following creed: "We believ m increasing and maintaining our soil fertility, more and better live stock, grow ing of legumes, rotations of crops, better homes, better schools, better churches, better "iOJ AT AUCTION We have just opened a swell line fine silk ties for men and boys The tie you like is here Come' Thursday, July 24, 1919 ONE O'CLOCK, P. M. roais.,r The meeting which has just closed touched upon .these things mentioned in tht suggested creed. Read it. think it over and see if you believe in it as a citizen of Rockeastle County. Robt P. Spencr, County Agricultural Agent. Boys' and Girls' Agricultural Club Convention Berea, July 24. 25 and 26th. All Rockcastle County Club Boys and Girls, local leaders uid those who have been invited want to attend this convention. Those who are going must catch train 38 on the K. C. line July 4, so as to reach Berea at 12:5s. The afternoon of the 24th will he a great afternoon in Berea. The County Agent and all of Madison county club members will meet all visiti ng club members and friends at station. in and see it ALL STYLES LLVti PATTERNS THE FARM OF J. H. EADS This is a splendid farm cality. One of the very best farms in this lo- $2 down to 50c THE CASH STORE containing 76 acres more or less, located 1 miles north of Brodhead, Ky., near Chestunt Grove School House, prit e $3,000. Known as the Cherry farm. Has plenty of good water, good Buildings and orchard, j4 niile from school. FOR In cultivation as follows: 35 acres in corn, 35 acres wheat stubble, 25 acres oats, 5 acres tobacco, 30 acres sown to timothy and clover, JO acres meadow, about 30 in young timber 5 room dwelling, 4 room dwelling, IMPROVEMENTS:3 room tenant house, 2 stock barns, 4 acre tobacco barn, other outbuildings. In tact 3 sets of improvement s. - Sale: Farm - J. A.Vance, Brodhead, Ky. There is Sunday School every NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION Sunday afternoon at Rose Hill COAL COMPANY. A COR church. This school has recent ' PORATTON. lv begun to grow and when the Rose Hill folks get started they that the '. Notice is hereby-givedo good work Livingston CoaP Company, InNOTICE corporated, is closing up its busi( nice ness by unamious consent of its Anyone wishing to buy a stock of groceries will see meat stockholders once. 1 will sell at a bargain. Lwingston Coal Company, B. D. Fannou, President. W. H. brown, R. B. Winkler. Secretary. 7 Mt. Vernon, Ky. 4-tf. Everlasting Water: 5 springs. 2 wells and creek. In good neighborhood, close to school and church; right on railroad," 1 mile from Kings iLMountain, 2 miles from Waynesburg, Somerset and Stanford road. This will soon be on a State Aid pike. Grading is partly made and 12 miles of Pike completed from Somerset. When this pike is put through this land will double in value. Will be sold in 4 tracts 2 tracts of about 75 acres each, a 10 acre tract and a 15 acre tract. Eads Brothers, post office Waynesburg, will show the farm at any time.' Will meet train at Kings Mountain. At the same time will sell the following personal property: 1 pair 7 year old 2 horse mules, sow and pigs, stock shoats, McUormack binder, check row cornph horse wagon, plows and other farming implements. S-wine'bosi- rd. THE REAL ESTATE MAN LANCASTER, KY, W. E, MOSS, Advertising Manager., k V && m "hoj3 Gillian? ?iSfeSHtS-f?QR OMldrenTGry $ - a FOE FLETCHER'S HMMBMMIHi Get Ready F,o r ft he BIG MT.VERNON FUR The Folks are coming from everywhere and every effort is being made to make this the banner Fair of the State he 7th District; for Superintend ent of Public Instructions, iRice Eubanks, of the 7th District; for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, Alvin Steger, of the 7th District We do not mean to reflect on these candidates because they are from the 7th District, but would it be wise for .the Democrats to load down their ticket with too many nominees from that district? It would be jun Jair to the Democrats of the state; it would be unjust to other districts lor the voters tbrough- - Each meeting was an inspiraman see that his neighbor is tion to all. The speakers had a there to cast his vote too ! real message and spoke it with heartfelt con miction which brought If the live Democratic news- results and will still continue to papers throughout the state will bring results. only open their eyes and observe There was a pure bred Duroci the purpose and effort of the 7th pig given away each afternoon at Congressional District to obtain Monday afternoon, Wm. 5:00. all the Democratic nominations McHargue, of Pine Hill drew the they would find pleasure in giv pig. Tuesday, Roscoe Proctor, ing that important bit of inform- an Agricultural club boy, of Oration to the voters. Here is the lando and Wednesday Miss Ta list: bitha Hiatt, Mt. Vernon, 3 miles For Governor, John D. Carroll, out of town ou Dixie Highway. of the 7th District; for Lieutenant Registration papers were tilled Governor, R. C. Oldham, of the out by the County Agricultural 7th District; for Secretary of Agent ancl Mr. Walter Miller for State Mat Cohen, of the 7th Di- each pig. strict; for State Auditor, Henry We expect these pigs to be exM. Bosworth, of the 7th Dis- hibited at the Mt. Vernon- Fair trict; for Commissioner of Agri- Aug. 13. 14, 15 The Pair cataculture, John W. Newman, of logue states that all pigs rnu.'t be " - 3 BIS DAYS-AUS- UST 13-14-- 15 Bigger Premiums i Better Attractions i SPECIAL ATTENTION IS BEING GIVEN ROCKCASTL3" STOCK & FARM PRODUCTS BRING SOM1TH1NG TO SHOW ' iK ! registered. The 36 papers that were given away were scattered in every section of the county. The papers alone are worth the entire cost of the meeting if nothing else had been done. The papers will continue to spread good tidings to the readers and the readers to their associates and friends. The good can't be es-- 4 trmated. A movement was started for a meeting co be held in the county each month tor the purpose of Friday iBth is Soldiers' & Sailors' Day Any boy who is wearing a complete uniform will b'e admitted FREE this day. 7e want every Soldier and A. Big- Parade ill be pulled off intbe'.aftemopn. r Sailor boy in this State to' be in this parade. - ' " . - S.VtW 4i r lv t .' Heaxjy u .- t a ! i M' r- F ;.ff .,, .,: . VTif.) X'trW h t "f.r $A'" - i Jj ,' rf wy V ' '. I) r t 1 .. ' - f &r r ?- -! raffs i r r -- .. '. l :w- . asm JBJIS!T., - fr- i tzzm . . M'i VERtfbti 8UtfAt, MIDaY, JULY 18, 1616 MffiGfiOiWWMttttHiii - HCtlDOHI wide H m B 1 AND All Farming Implements and Live stock OF The W. J. SPARKS CO. AT PUBLIC AUCTION PREMISES ON THE THURSDAYJULY 24th, 191 9 AT 10:30 A-- M. SHARP we will sell for the Kigh Dollar without reserve or by-bi- d their 660 acres of fine lime- one land which has been subdivided into tracts from 15 acres on up to suit purchaser, also all their farming tools and live stock This Company has decided to quit farming and this will be an Absolute Sale and some one will reap the harvest. This property is located 2 miles East of Mt.Vernon, Ky, on the Dixie Highway and also lies on the L& N. Railroad, a station being right on the place The improvements consist of 23 houses, one of which is two story of six rooms, An extra large Barn, halls, porches, metal roof, etc 50x72 concrete basement and several concrete troughs As agents of the W. J. Sparks Co, of Mount Vernon, Kentucky, THE FARMING IMPLEMENTS CONSIST OF One 1918 McCormack Binder; one 1917 Deering Corn Husfcer and Shredder; one 12 Disc Harrow; one 1917 Superior ,10 Disc Wheat Drill; one 20 Disc Seed Sower; one Blizzard Ensilage Cutter; one 5 ft Deering Mower; one Walter A Wood Manure Spreaker; one Osborn Hay Rake, Grass Seeder, Lime Spreader, etc. The Live Stock 'consists of 10 Yearling Steers; four2-yr-ol- d Steers; two nice Heifers. (Springers) ; 19 yearling Heifers: Heifers; two Cows with 3 Calves; one regis -nine istered Bates Breed Short Horn Bull; two Mules; three yearling Mules; 3 or 4 Teams of extra Hogs; Hogs; 27 100-l- b good Work Mules? 25 150-l- b Hogs; I 3 Sows, heavy, with Pigs; 2 Sows, one 20 50-lregistered Red Berkshire Sow, I registered Red Berkshire Boar, 45 good Ewes; 8 Weathers; 29 Lambs; 52Goats(Angora) 2-yr-- ' two-stor- y, feed cattle, the second story is 31 feet from floor to roof, several smaller barns. Large concrete Silo "45x16. This large Barn and Silo could not be put up "to day for 4,00U,00 to say nothing of all the other buildings. right in barn, piped frorn a splendid spring, any number of stalls and places to About 500 acres of this land cleared and in grass There is about 50 acres in bottoms as good land as you can find anySeveral acres in Alfalfa. About 200 acres of this where Farm will raise good Tobacco This Farm is well fenced and no better watered farm anywhere. Any number of as line springs as ever came out of the earth and 7 or 8 good wells. This is an ideal Stock Farm and splendidly located. If this won't make you money, no place will. It is one of those Golden Opportunities in life to make a splendid investment and get big returns. The increased values in land like this will be much greater in the next few years than in any other lands on the market and a little arithmetic will show you that the dividends are much greater on the amount invested than yon can possibly make on high priced land. This land is not selling for anything like its real worth. Don't have it said of you in the next few years when it has tripled and quadrupled in value "If I had only known and bought some of that Sparks' Your population is increasing all the land see what 1 would be worth time, the eartli is not stretching one bit and people have got to have homes. This Land is bound to increase in value. This is the land you ought to have at the price you ought to pay. The only difference between the rich and the One judicious investment is equal to a lifetime . poor is but one of investment. of toil. This Farm is so subdivided that the man of small means will have the same chance as the man of larger means. When you buy one of these Farms you are not prospecting with your money. It is a safe investment with large dividends guaranteed. " On the great clock of time there is but one word WOW." JS'uff sed. Attend this sale and ACT. to-day." old 15-months- 2-yr-- -old old b. You will find blue prints of this farm subdivided at either Bank, Court House or W. J, Sparks's office at Mount Vernon, Kentucky, TERMS exceedingly easy and made known on day of Sale Any one desiring to see this Farm before Sale call us or W, J, Sparks office, Mount Vernon, Kentucky. Remember the day and hour THURSDAY, JULY 24th, 1 91 9, at 1 0:30 a.m. sharp. Be on hands promptly. At the close of this Sale we will also offer for the High Dollar 605 Acres of Land belonging to the W J Sparks Company located 2k miles from Mount Vernon, mile off Skaggs Creek Pike. About 75 acres of this land cleared and balance in timber, 30 acres in corn, 10 acres in tobacco. Has new house just completed and five tenant houses, also barn. Well watered and fenced. This tract will be offered as a whole. "I THJy GREAT SILVER TONGUED Ol SUI-UUI- U Uk D LJ. nix l, U IVVIUUIt? will be on the block . DINNER Served on ground by Ladies of Mount Vernon t It will be worth your time to hear this man. . For further particulars, blue prints, etc., see, write, or phone W. J. afAKHS office. Mount Vernon, or us . K - hughes & mecarty STANFORD, EY. ; w,rvr.v75..'.lil.'. - ' -i . f k ' ' '.. , !;. ''- v - i 6 i - , n i'i .: ri I . , ijwiii n ws Mi.S?v - iiii7rwi.i .Mi.. -- w.w in iw iiii553BBPBBBPpiWBHIwWHBMKn8iKJIiff?nSMWMiJ ' 1 MTim r. V ...- - ,. .iii BB.rt .,. m i ti.'M'"'- ff -- wfls&ajj?;' r TS iici it i, in i." jmrmmmmamm 1But&SBtiH SSaoAammtmtameimittaA WITHERS Bacld crry picking is the order of the di.v now. Rev. Parker jtiled to nil bis regular appoint- - Children Cry for Fletcher's nniat llPPP m Cave Ridge Saturday JpH IL m ipppL JH fH H H ppJH C Tke Kind You Have Always Bought, and which chas been. bt s for over thirty years, has borne the signature of - and has been made, under his jP-sonal supervision since its infancy. mcvJr, zG0W46; Ajiow n0 one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Just-as-goo- d" Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR I A GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS CZzfyfy ZciZtcM. In Use For Over 30 Years Th Kind You Have Always Bought THE CENTAUR COMPANY. NEW YORK CITY. s. missel Mnllins was with his brother, Estill Mullins last School bejiun at this welf. phct! Monday with Miss Ada Mullins as teacher. Mrs Bert Mulluis and children, wee with Mrs. Melvin Barnett Sunday. Misses Dora Mullins and Mary Cummins attended chuich at Caloway Sunr'av. Mrs. Mattie Mullins and daughters, Misses Sallie, Ada and. Rissie, were guests of their son and brother. Ben Mullins Sutday. Roy and Robert Cummins, of Mt Vernon, were here between trains Sunday on their wav to Livingston. Mrs. Sarah A. MulliuJ and ltttleson, Dean, were guests of her sot-- , Estiil Mullins Sunday Mrs. Susie Goforth and daugh ter, Miss Maude, of Tulsa, Okla., are expected this week to visit her brothers, J. H. and F. E. Mullins. aud Mrs. C. E. Mullins and other relativer. Mrs. has been in Oklahoma for will be her 13 years and this first trip back to old Kentucky. Estill Mullins was in Livirgston Miss Sunday between trains. Maggie Mullins was the guest of her cousin, Miss Mary Mullins Go-forth nd Su iday on account of sick ""imrirMlmm Mrs J W. .Tate died at her home in Brodhead Sunday morning at about nine o'clock. Mrs. Tate had been as well as usual except complained with a little neuralgia, and had retired Satur-urda- y night feeling as well as usual as far as her folks knew. At about 2:00 o'clock Sunday morning she awoke her husband asked him to to take her to the open as it was difficult for her to breathe, and at that time lapsed into unconsciousness and conin this stage until death tinued tame. Her physicians say that death was caused by paralysis. Besides her husband and an aged mother and a brother, she is survived by a daughter, Miss Miran da Tata, who is book keeper for the Citizens bank at tnat place Burial took place at Piney Grove Cemetery Monday afternoon at 4:30 after short services by her; pastor, Eld. L. N. Bowling Among those attending the funeral from a distance were Misses Lou and Edith Phillips, of Wildie; -. i J US In u We Want Every One We Can Get Highest Cash Price Paid The season will only last a few days longer. Bush 'em In Victor C. Tate, Mrs. W. H. Miller, Judge and Mrs G M.Ballard, and Mrs. P. L. Durham, of Mt. Vernon; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brown, J. M. Craig and J. L. Btasley, of Lancaster; Mr. and Mrs. Homer Wallin, of Danville; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Miller, of Lebanon Junction; Mrs. Wm. Owens, of Livingston, and Mrs. Bronston Elder, of Stanford. PRODUCE the meantime don't overlook those Chickens and Eggs we want them and we pay as close to the Cincinnati market as it is possible to pay. Sunday. Dr. M. K. Pennington CASTORJA For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of Dentist IS AT BRODHEAD FOR A &&&&l itKk.- 'HB' flyvi?$ WEEK OR TEN DAYS See him if you need Dental work KB SUMMER COMPLAINT QUICKLY RELIEVED "About two years ago when suffering from a severe attack of CHIEFJUSTICE JOHN D.CARROLL summer complaint, I took Cham Democratic Candidate For berlain's Colic and Diarrhoea GOVERNOR Remedy and it relieved me almost He Can Win in November. instantly," writes Mrs. Htnry Jewett, Clark Mills, N. Y. This is an excellent remedy for colic FOR FLETCHER'S and Diarrhoea and should be kept at hand by every family. W.R ;G0TT &CO. KENTUCKY Children Ory CASTORJA I COME AND SEE US We are now ready to serve you. A complete line of Dry Goods, Shoes and Notions Ladies' and Gents' Ready-to-WeGoods ar TO THE LADIES Call and examine our line of Crepe de Chine Waists and Skirts. You do not have to leave Rockcastle to find what you want. TO THE MEN Have you seen our line of silk shirts. If not you ought to; they are beauties e us If you want a ready-mad- If you want a Tailor-mad- e suit see we have them. The very best and the price is right Come and see us in our new store, in Masonic Building. No matter whether you want to buy or not. you will enjoy looking and we will appreciate your coming. MULLINS n PRICE f.i . LIVINCrSTON, KY. M PHONE 33 121 1 . 1. "' -- 7 ... ' "i . , . H. tJ H I - zrJ ; . - " J - -- ? - .. - ar . v..