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any serious illness, like the
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FUNERAL DIRECTORS, 3
Mt. Vernon, Ky. 3
&JSSIM feB EAi
TICKET AGENT. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE.
V. A. BECKLCR,
tlenerftl Pailcnrer Arent.
Inialls Uulldlas, Cincinnati, 0.
loaning to individuals is avoid- '
uouipuit) mu tiui rumrus uui;u
added at any time. A savings
C,C illiatfi, John 11- Unlton
mid .1. 1'. Grlfliii I'lnintlfTs. I
VS ComiiiUsloiter's Sale.
Mnry Owens Delilah lilkin
Kstill Hlkln, l'rcil filUm and
Kitty Wood Dufendnnts.
Ily irtue of n judgement and order
of wile of the Rockcastle Circuit court
rendered nt the. January term, 1911 thereof,
I slnll proceed to offer for sale at thu
front door of the Court house in Mt, Vernon,
Rockcastle county Kentucky, to
the highest nnd best bidder, at public
auction on Monday, the 27th day of Feu
ruary, '1911, between the houra of 9
o'clock a, 111. and 4 o'clock p. in , being
regular county court day, on n credit of
six months, the following described rea
estate, located in Rockcastle county, Ky
on the waters of Morse lick, u small pait
of it being in Jnckson county nnd consisting
of two tracts:
1st tract. The first tract is thus
founded: Beginning at a white oak
black oak and black gum. the 19th corner
to o surey made in the name of William
McClure, thenco'S 83 K100 poles
to Trace brauch to a while oak; thence N
22 H 32 poles to ft gum; thence N 20 H 25
poles to a gum; thence N 5 W 98 poles to
a white oak; thence running up Hurton'a
i ring branch N 88 W no poles to a
white oak on the side of a hill; thence
N 63 W 9 poles to two large pines on a
lidgeabout 150 yards from n tmtli that
lead-to said Burton's house: thence S 3$
V MJ i)les ton stake; thence 870 K
205 poles to a black oak nnd small posi
oak on the side of a hill and corner to the
McClure survey; thence with his line N
To K 67 poles to the beginning.
2nd tr.tct. The second tract is described
as follows: Keglnnlng at a black oak
known as Champ Mullins' old comer and
standing on n hill afout so rods southward
from a place called thn burnt
rabbin; thence a former line S 65 V. 306
H)Ies to a stake in the middle of Horse
I.kk.rreck at a mill dam, a sycamore
marked as pointer on the west side of
tin. creek; thence down the middle of the
creek and county line S 10 K 24 llos, S
33 K 30 poles, S 55 B 19 poles to a stake
in the creek and a large poplar pointer,
stnndiug on the south side of the creek
and in line of the 400 acre survey; theme
S 17 W7& poles toaMiiall hickory and
black oak on the .idge; Uictice N 60 W
240 pales to a spotted oak and hickoiy
on u high point; thence N 31 V 160
poles to the beginning.
For the purchase price the pun baser
must execute fond with approved surety
hearing interest from day of sale until
paid, and having the force and effect of
o judgment. Iliddcrs must be prepared
to comply with these terms
G. S. GRJFI'IN,
Master Com. R. C. C
ROCKCASTMJ CIRCUIT COURT.
Thompson Jesse Daker, Lillie
Baker, Hiid linker, I.ee Baker, Grace
aikcrnnd Dollic Riker, ...I'lnintitU.
vt Commissioner's Sale
Nnney Robins, Defciulant.
llv virtue of a imlgniciit nml onlcr of
sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court,
renuerclnt tho January term, 1911
of, 1 shall proceed to offer for sale at the
court house in Mt Vernon, Rockcastle
cottuty KentucKy, to me niguest aim
best bidder, at public auction, on Monday,
the 27th day of Pehruaiy, 1911,
the hours of 9 o'clock a. in. and
4 o'clock p. in., it belli; rcgnhr County
Court day, on a credit of six months, the
following described real estate, located in
Rockcastle County Kentucky, anil
bounded as follows:
One tract of laud located near the town
of llrotlliead and on tlic waters of Dicks
river nnd bounded as follows:
iiiiitf at r rock pile with pointers, southwest
of the W T Smith tract, in a email
branch; thence N 53 W'50 jioles to a
stake with pointers, in tne line ot satit
Smith tract; thenc6 N 38 E 13 poles to a
ctnbo T . i ItYilli tt 1itiR , witti ...... nnlnlprR I
.."., w " " ,.u.......,
thence S 53 E 119 poles to a stake nenr
the branch in the line of J. E Wood-yard
and T. S. I'rith; thence S 38 V 13
jxiles to the beginning, containing 4 3-4
acres, by survey.
1'or the purrhase price the purchaser
must execute bond with approved surety
tearing interest from data of sale until
paid, and having the force and effect of a
judgment. Didders must be prepared to
comply with these terms.
G. S. GRIFFIN,
Master Com. R. C. C
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"RUtKUAhrWS v;ikuuh COURT.
vs Commissioner's Sale
Lester dark and Eva Clark, Defendants
By virtue of a judgment and order pf
sale of the llockcnstle Circuit Court,
rendered at the Jan. term 1911, thereof,
I shall proceed to oiler for sale at the
front door of the court house, In Alt,
Vernon, Uicki'astli County, Ky , to the
highest and best bidder, at public atic
Hon, on Monday, the 27th day of
ary 1911, between the hours of 9 a m.
ami 4. p. m , being regular County Court
day, on a creek of six mouth, the follow
ing described real estate located in Rock
castle County, Ky., and bounded as follows;
One tract, of land located In
on tho vvatem of
Clear ci'pCTVflMd beginning at a upiuco
plno stand ag plose to the east sido pf
tha aforesaid creak, it being a cornor
also to tho land of J, J. Berry; thonco
S 75 K J2 poles to a stako at a fence
ploso to tho lower side of tho road, with
a shumao pointer; thence running"
with tho fenco N 41 E lo notes to a
stake: thonco continuing" with tio
K4o poles to a amall black oak
on a narrow ridgo; thenco continuing
with tho rldgo and with tho fence N CO
E do polos to a atalro nt tho foot of.a
largo cliff; thenco down the cliff N 54
K 40 poles to a whlto oak and beech on
a narrow point In Calloway's olej line;"
thenco with said lino N 25 poles to 1
cre6lt"tWq N'fl W Q flQlfla iMA 1?
liiikntiVn, Htnliu IU MM rjvek'i RonlPr1 10
u tract Of hunt ones owned Or T. (J.
Vlars, thenco with Olaru' lino rt 41 W 4
ipolotinndU links to a htnko in the,
tureuk; thonco N Gl .1-4 w (I puled to a
Htaku In HMnu; thcncii N !I8J W 18 v4
puicH 10 a siivko 111 inc rivuk aim llltllO
county road, with o.ni tmlnierei; thunco
with tho creek N IU 1-2 W 2opokM to a
ntukc; tlionco H 7U W lu poled to a
etuku; ihuncu S 8 E 22 poles to a beech
stump, corner to a nchool house lot
nnd running 8poIe to a dogwood on
the west Hldo of tho county road, It
I Kiltie another corner to the tmld
icliool liouoi) lot: thenco with the lino
of BaliT lot. N 8(1 VV 10 polon to a
thiicd ri:il W 4o pol'H to a t:ik and
whluiouk, called for but iiow goii ;
thenco T 21 W 00 poles to a wlilt onk
In tho month of a hoPow 011 thu bank
of branch; thenrse N Co VV 4o po.eu to
it buokoyo and popHr; th'n 7
8'i polurt to a l rt'id i "i '
0 llr: tti'uo.' S .1 W h2 poi 1 i' Ji'
uVii 'n a hollow corns' ' un 1 1:
lm ion i 'f K (IS u)f H to v "i. 1 (i 1"
1 union lio hHnk 11 i.iiu !-.; Ik- -nil
thn crook with hiiiuo N.So Kfio l
to th'j Ivglnnl tif, a nt r fii.il
ncrvr tpore or ! t
for tho putcbane price tha ptuvb it
munt o.ceute bond with amiroved sure
ty, bearing Interon from data of sale
until paid, and hiving the foreo and
elhctof a judgmunt. Uhldern must bo
prcpareu toeoinpiy wun inesu Minns
G. S. GUIPI'MN,
UOCKOASTLK CIIWJUIT COUItT.
L. L. Thompson. Adminstriitor
of W. H. llowc, deceiisod Pl'iT.
vh Cotumissiouor's suit
Win. T. Adums, Jumos B Adams,
und Alton Adaui6, guardiun of
Win T Adams and .lames B Adums;
By virtue of a judgmunt und
ordeV of-stile of the Rockcastle
Circuit Court, rendered at tho
Innunrv torm. i91i thereof. I
shall proceed to offer for sale at
the Jrout door or tuo court House
in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle
Ky , U) the highest and best
bicder, ut public auction, on Monday
the 27th day of Feb. 1911,
between ho hours of 9 o'clock a.
m. nnd 4 o'clock p. m. (being
rojrular county court day) ou a
credit of six months, the following
described real estate, located
in Rockcastle county, Ky., and
boifnded as follows:
Beginning at a largo poplar on
Long Branch; thence an east
course up the hill' to Harvey
Rowe's lino, corner on a white
oak; ihence with Hurvuy Rowe's
lino a north course to a while
oak cornor; thonco a northwest
course to iho hickory corner;
thence with Win. Kjnloy's.liue to
tho top of the ridgo' to a stone
thence a stiaight linu to
a wiiiiu ouk eiirnei mi iuu uiu
'side: thunce with William Rowo's
line to a stouo corner at the
branch; thence with said branch
td til be'innlnsr. containing 4n
a'iri'.s more or less.
For the purchase price the
must execute bond, with
approved surety, bearing interest
uato or sale until puut, and
hfiying the force and effect of a
Jiidireiuent. Bidders must be
I)ro,mjed to comply with these
terms Q V; GlUPFIM,
Master Com uoc.
v llOCKCAB 1'L.n CIKCUI I" COURT.
Tho Bank of Mt. Vernon Pl'ff.
vs Commissioner's Sale.
Eliza Mullins, Lou McGuire, Ed
Mullins, Arch Mullins, George
Mulling, Ove Mullins. J W.
Brown, and C C. Williams, Def ts.
By virtue of judgment and or
der of sale of the Rockcustlo
Circuit Court, rendered at tho
January term 1911, thereof, I
shull proceed to offer for sale at
the front door of the court house
in Mt. Vornon, Rockcastle county
Ky., to the highest and best
bidder, at public uuotion, on Mon
day the 27th day of February
1911, between the hours of 9 a.
m and 4 o'clock p. m (being
county court day) on a credit of
siz mot.ths, tho following described
real estate, located in Rockcastle
county, Ky , und bounded
One, lot located in Livingston,
Rockcastle county Ky, bounded
on tho north by High street; -on
tho east by tho lands of Susan
Mtillids; on tho south by a lot
owned by Smith Kellyjandon tho
west by Gauley road, and fronts
175 feat on High street and runs
back of equal width 2ooft.
For the' purohase price the
purchases must execute bond,
with approved surety, bearing
interest from date of sale until
paid; and having tho force and
effect of a judgment Bidder
must be prepared to comply with
G S Griffin,
Master Com. nco
FALLS VICTIM TO THIEVES.
S. W. Bends, of Coal City. Ala.
Iils a justifiable grievance. Two
thieves stole his health for twelve
years. They were a liver nnd
kidney trouble. Then Dr. King's
New Life Pills throddled them.
He's ,well now. Unrivaled for
Constipation, Malaria, Headache,
Dyspepsia, a.sc at Chas C Davis,
Do you. want the Signal one yr!""18 or oua angau, couwu.u.ig
and Courier Journal daily 8 mo for
VVi H Carmicdl ma le a busl.iess
trip to the country this weik Mrs.
Ilell Kiucer m Vtiy mcic at her
mother's. Mm I'etry - I'carce
Cittongiui was called home on account
of the illness of his sis(cr,
Miss Sullic CMOngitn Site ts het
ter nt this 1 1 -i " 1 v" cm
is in Corliiu .) iiher toin
this wek m as 1 1 - (' M irv
Aii r'nir' 1 r
vA'illiu ,. i, t
- Mrs 'it. f
IMtlll er t Ab
t j -l.
iiiiiuioviiig - .1 1..' Maine Larmical
wa visiting her granc mother at
Mt Vt i fi I tilt ween J.
; yy r. i..dinfue cla
tor Hit L'jiiUv i v Kir i
, Miss VtTuuuic.t . liiniii -in, f 1'j
Bcllistadt, vas I he ile I of U l
aunt, Mrs. A H. McFerrou tho
latter part ot the week. Road
Master J. P. Burns was here Wednesday.
The Railroad compjuy
has had three suiveyors here thic
week straightening the curves in
the track Mrs. Win. Sowder, of
Mt Vernon, is visiting he! mother
Mrs. Win Baker. Henry Poleet
is with his daughter, Mrs; George
Cottongitn. Mjss Lottie Cnrmical
is numbered among the mcV.
Sunday school at th) Baptist
'church every Sunday.
Mujor Gadd, Plaintiff
VS) COMMISSIONER'S SALE.
Harris ju Gihiu,
King, Uichurd King Defendants
By virtuu.ofa judgment and
order of sale of thu Rockcastle
Circuit Court, rendered at the
January Term, 1!)11, thereof, I
shall proceed to offer for sulb ut
tho front door of the court house
in Mt Vernon, Rockcastle
County, Kentucky, to tho highest
uud best bidder, at public
Mnnduy, tlie,27th day of Fob
ruary, 191.1, between the hours
of 1) o'clock a. in. and 4 o'clock
(I- m. (being regular county
court day), on a credit of six
months, the following described
real estate, jocuted in Rock-easily
County, Kentucky, and
bounded us follows:
Situuted oirtho waters of Big
Clear Creek and bounded on the
east by the lands of W. A.
Hammond; on tho north by tho
lands of Mujor Gadd and Harriscn
Gadd, and containing So acres,
more or less.
For the purchase price tho
purchaser must execute bond,
with approved surety, bearing
interest from -date of salo until
paid, and having the furce uud
effect of a judgment Bidders
must be prepared to comply witli
G. S. Griffin,
Master Comlrnissioner, li C. C.
W. C. Viars, Adminis
trator of John A.
Crouchor Deceased, Plni'itiff
VS COMMISSIONER'S SALE.
John A. Croucher's Heirs,
By virtue of ajudgmout ar.d
order of sale of the Rockcastle
Circuit Court, rendered ut tho
January Torm, 1011, thereof, I
shall proceod to offer for sale at
tho front door of tho court house
in M.t. Vernon, Rockcastle
County Kentucky, to tho highest
and best bidder, at public
Monday Uio 27th day of February.
1911, between the hours
of 9 o'clock a. m and 4 o'clock
p. m. Joeing TORUitr county
court day), on a credit of six
months, tho following described
real estate, located in Rockcastle
County, Kentucky, and bounded
Onetract pf land located on
the headwaters of Clear Creek
and bqundpd on tho north by tle
lands of William Linville; on the
east by the lands of H. 0. Roulett
and Samuel Croucher; on the
aniith iv 'tllQ lands of Louis
R,,uiett.aed on tho wost by the
-. Tl .1 A If.. A. I
For tho prirchuso price tho
The Kind You Hnvo Always
in uso for over 30 years,
All Counterfeits, Imitations nnd "Just-ns-good" nro but
' Experiments that trifle with nnd endanger tho health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castorin Is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric,
Drops nnd Soothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It
contains ucithci Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its ago is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and nllnjs Fovcrlshncss. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It nsslnillatcs tho Food, regulates tho
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy nnd natural sleep
Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
) Bears the
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years
THf CCNTAUR COMPANr, tl MUHRAY STRCCT. WtW VOHK CITY.
SAVING PART OF
Is a good habit, ami one that should tie cultivated by all carend and prudent
persons, but the fact that the comfort of your wife and children is de-
IKMiilent pn your earniiiK capacity
infj capacity should lie insured for their benefit
The Participating Income Bond Policy
Affords ideal protection fit that it provides
First A prompt payment of the amount of the policp in the event
Second If totally and permanently disabled and your ability to
earn .i living for your family i9 destrojed, the company,
without cost to you, will keep up your insurance, or will
pay the amount of the policy to you in ten equal annual
Third Should you live to be seventy (70) years old the amount of
the'policy will be paid you in cash, thns protecting you
against poverty and want in your old age.
Commonwealth Building, 312 W Chestnut;
J. D POWERS, President; MATT O'DOHERTY, Vice President; DR.
J. V. GUEST, Medical Director; I,. G, RUSSELL, Manager, Industrial
Department; DARWIN V JOHNSON, Sec'y and Treas.; I.SMITH HO-.
MANS, Ass't Secretary and Actuary.
D, G. ROACH, Gen'L Ag't, London, Ky. :
purchaser must executo bond,
with approved surety, beariug
interest from date of sale until,
paid, and having the force and
effect of a judgment. Bidders
must bo prepared to comply with
G. S. GXIFFIN,
Master Commissioner, It. C. 15.
TORTURED FOR I5 YEARS
by a stomjtch trouble
that baffled doctors, and resisted
all remedies be tried, John W.
Modder.s, of Moddersville, Mich.,
.seemed doomed. He had to sell
his farm and give up work. His
neighbors said, "be can't live
much longer". Whatever I ate
distressed me," he wrote, "till 1
trved Electric Hitters, which
vorked such wonders for me that
I can now eat things I could not
taki for years. Its .surely a grand
remedy for stomach trouble "
Just as good for the liver and
Vidnevs. Every bottle fcitarauteed
Only 50c at Cbas. C. Davis.
The Mexican rebels united lorces
south ot Juarez nnd began a fierce
battle with the Federel forces at
7 o'clock last night. It was said
before' the battle began that the
rebels would attack the city early
When a child is in danger u
woman will risk her life to pro
tect it. No great act of heroism
or risk of life is necassary to
protect a child from croup. Give
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and
all d tnger is avoided. For sale
by Chas. C Pa is.
Bwi tu y?1118 -1111 Von Hae Always Bought
Bought, nud which has been
has horno tho signature of
has neon mnuo unacr his
supervision since its infancy.
no ono to deceive you in this.
should not be overlooked, and this earn-
I Buy and Sku. Rkalkstatr
I have on hand at present some
very desirable farming land, some
mineral nud timber laud and some
town property it's all for sale,
come in and see me before vou buy.
I will sell or exchange with you.
You will find me at the Bank of
Mt. Vernon. A. B. Furnish,
Mt Vernon, Ky.
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