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Last Notice to
Tax Payers ,
(earnestly request, that all
who have not settled their
taxes for the year 1922, call
at once and settle same, on or
before January 1, 1923.
On that date I will be compelled 1 cioceed
to colled all unpaid taxes by levying.
So' I hope you will not delay pay
ing your taxes and thereby have
to bear the expenses of advertis
ing, which I will be obliged to do
if not settled, so I am giving you
this last notice, hoping you will
attend to this at once, and save
this additional cost
All business for this year must be settler! and in
order for me to do this it is necessary that I collect, so
please don't overlook this important matter, and by so
doing burden yourself with this extra cost.
" Yours truly, D. G. Clark, S.R.C.
It your baking powder abso
lutely pure? Royal is.
Is your baking powder abso
lutely wholesome? Royal is.
Is your baking powder un
varying in strength under
all conditions? Royal is.
Is your baking powder eco
nomical in keeping baked
foods fresh longer and mak
ing home baking so satis
factory that it takes the place
of mote expensive food?
Royal Contains No Alum
Leaves No Bitter Taste
Bt Zm Rill III!' rn iftPH
Edited by Mrs. Jennie Robins
joe McKenzic was down frcm
Mt. Vernon Monday on business
There will be a Christmas tree
at the Christian Church Saturday
night Dec. 23rd. Everyone invit
ed. Rev. L. N. Bowling will preach
at the Christian Church Sunday
evening Dec. 24th. on dancing.
(VI rs. Uick Martin has been o:iit
list but is very much
Miss Sallye Brooks was in Lou
isville last week with her cousin
Mrs. John Pike.
Mrs. Earl Tharp and Mrs.
Frank Ward, of Louisville visited
their sister. Mrs. Fred Sowderlast
Mrs. J. T. Lawrence has been
suffering from a cold.
Mrs. A. J. Pike. Mrs. Orrin
Wallen and baby son, Jack, Mrs.
rl. E. Christie and daughter Miss
Anne Elizabeth. Mr. and Mrs.
J. B. Pike were in Danville first
of the week shopping and visiting
Little Miss Inez Robins is suf
fering from a severe cold.
The play "Esmarelda" will be Ihe Ladies Aid ot the Christian
given tomorrow evening at tneicnu'cn nu Stvc "; "". ..
frrarUJ ,-U ki.lUInn finn't dav Saturday loth, in the h. C
fail to see it. Each character has Watson building .on Main St.
been well selected for his or her Besides the nice display of beauti
part and you will be surprised at ful hand work, they will serve de
the talent you have in your ownjHghtful eats and drinks at a very
home town. This is one of the
most popular plays of the day
and is given for the benefits of a
Mrs. Flo Kilburn of Corbin
who was teaching in the school
here has rt signed. Roy Owens
has taken the place.
Miss. Frankie Sprowel left
Tuesday night for Detroit' where
she is to be married soon. She
takes with her the best wishes of
her many friends here.
Ernest Farris who has been ill
at the home of of his aunt, Mrs.
Jesse Wallen has recovered suffi
ciently to return to East Bern
stadt W. O. Yadon and E. C. Wat
son have returned from -Cincinnati
where they have been buy
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Osborn
returned from Louisville Monday
where they have been with their
baby son, Clinton who is in the
Mrs. R. H. Hicks and daugh
ter, Miss Anna Marie arc in Lou
isville the guest of Mr. and Mrs
Virgil Martin is erecting a nice
up-to-date garage on Depot St.
between depot and electric light
Little Miss Viieinia Inez Rob
ins entertained at the home of
her parents Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Robins on Silver Street, Wednes
day afternoon Dec. 13th in honor
of her seventh birthday. Rcfiesh-
ments were served, games played
nnA a nlf-asant occasion for all
the little ones present. Many nicej
and useful rememberances were
iven her all highly appreci-,
ated. The following are the ones'
Misses Rosella Frith, Christina
Frith, Ruth Albright. Rita Craw
ford, Glenrose Robins, Olive
Roberts, Virginia Newland, Inez
Iaam lunn Sfurnann AlanA
VCtDO) juiiw hJiu gvuiif rtibiib i
APPLICATIONS FOR VOCA
TIONAL TRAINING MUST
BE FILED DEC. 16. 1922.
All ex-service men who have
not filed claim for Vocational
Training should get busy and do
so not later than tomorrow, Sat
urday, 16th. Those wh'o wait
longer will forfeit their rights to
receive Vocational Training. If
you desire any help in this mat
ter see W. H. Davis of the Ameri
can Legion at Peoples Bank or
H. rish, bee y Rockcastle I
Hay And Grain
Corn No. 2 white "Off 77c: No. 3
wlilto 7407rc: No. 3 jellow T.'iSJ'TOc:
ci. I wlilto 7!?)" Ic; No. 4 yellow 711
ffT7-He: No. -' mlcil i4!fTH!ic
Wlii'iit No. 2 red $ SVi ffH 1.30; No. .1
?i.:iti0i;i7: no. i ?i.32ji.3.,t.
O.ltt No. 2 white 4S4f-l!)V4c: No.
3 white 47Jr4Sc: No. 2 inKwl 7?-l8o:
No. .1 mkivl -lJI?47c: No. white lflJ
Butter, Eggt and Poultry
ltuttcr 'rpiiini,ry iVtJr.Vlc- Dairy
fancy 3c; puckliiR Mixk Ni 1 2Xe;
li.uUnj: "tuck No. 2 ISc.
V.git' l Mc. fr i Ilrsts
17c; in ir, 10c.
I.lw l'xuttrj f mls I Ihn i i over
18ei timlcr 4 llw 13c; roofers 12c;
frycri 2 llu unit over ISc; lien titr
ke,HH 8 His Mini oxer 42c; old Tom tur
kejx to llu unci oer .Tie; jmini; Tom
turkeys It) llw und oer 12c; Kecso,
Live Stock '
Cuttle Steerx Rood to eholcp .7..7
(ffl..0: f.ilr to Ro.nl .OVO07.riO; com
mon to fair $lfll; imvs Rood to i-hiU't
Sl.."iOfii;tO; dinner Jl.WJ.Hri: slock
"teers $I.UOI7.00; stock heifers .? ..
l'iilve (lood to cholie $10011 ; fnlr
in Rood $8fi 10.00; coimbon mid liirso
Slieep (Jood to' choice .'ji.'iOOfi'O.'SOs
fnlr to riiiuI S3(r."i: t::tiin n-.$lW2;
luicks s;i5i3..Vl; limijis Rood to choice
$ui.:.o? U.00; f.ilr t Rood siisfn.x
IIcirs lltut) SS..10; eliolce ihuWh
,ind liutcliers .f8..M: iiiedlutil SS."A);
he.ixy f.it sow SilJ)7.2."i; llj-ht shippers
S-S..10; plRs (110 pounds und less)
Chapter American Red Cross. Mt,
vcreon. Either or both will be
clad to assist any veteran who
desires assistance in this or any
other matter along this line.
Claimants may make application
direct to the U. S. Bureau at Lex
ington, asking for the proper
forms to fill out. Be sure to sign
your name in ink if possible to
the letter asking for application
Foreman. Sollie Griffin, W. A,
Owens, R. G. Lutes. W.M.Manus,
James Thomas, David Webb, D.
L. Bryant, S. Overbcy, D. M.
Cummins, W? M. McHargue. G.
P. Burdette and Grant Banks
PETIT JURY. PANEL NO. I.
Artie Burk. R. L. Bray. W. D.
Payne. T. R. Mullins. M. G. Ki
Children fcry for Flttchtr's
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
in use for oyer thirty years, has borne the signature of
on the WTapper au incse ytu
just to protect the coming
generations. Do not be deceive.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment.
Never attempt to relieve your baby with a
remedy that you would use for yourself.
What is CASTOR I A
Castorla Is a harmless substitute for Castor 00, Paregoric;
Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contain
neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its
nge 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 Comfort The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTOR I A ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
In Use For Over 30 Years J
me iina you nave Always tsougru
THI CBNTAUIT COMPANY. N1W VOMK CITY.
and cost moonshining, Henry
Hale $10 and cost in three cases.
drunk, $50 and cost for shooting
on public highway and 20 and
FOR SALE My real estate in
Mt. Vernon, or a part of it.
H. C, Gentry 5-3t
COUNTY COURT NEWS.
Elijah Hines was fined $15 and
cost for tailing to wcrk county
road. He was sent to jail to pay
the fine. Mont Owens of Pulaski
county, was fined $10 and cost
for drunkness. He was also fined
850 and 10 days in jail for carry
ing a pistol and to top the whole
thing off he was fined $100 and
cost and 30 days in jail for trans
porting liquor. Owens'. total fined
Si 84.50. He is now rooming t
Hotel Miller." Bill Perciful
Novara Owens, Edrie was, taken in tow on the streets
Yadon. Masters, Cecil McKin.-i this week and fined $10 and cost
ney," Marshall McKinney, Sher- for being drunk
Mrs. Jess Wallen has been
numbered with "the sick this week
Willard Bryant returned to his
home at Corbin Sunday after a
two weeks visit with his sister
Mrs. Ray Crawford.
Oh What Shall I Give
' You will finds Gifts of
Every member of the
Family at the
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C; e. cox
idan Sigmon. W. A. Robins Jr.
Henry Riddle, Evans McBee,
Terrill Chandler. Walter Wajel
Robins and John DavisRobins
REMEDY THE MOTHER'S
The soothing and healing pro
perties of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, its pleasant taste and
prompt and effectual cures have
made it a favorite with people
everywhere. It is especially priz-.
ed by mothers of young children
for colds, croup and whooping
cough, as it always affords quick
relief and is tree from opium and
other harmful drugs.
On last Thursday night Sheriff
D. G. Clark, Judge S. F. Bow
man, Deputies Bill Anglin and
Isom Savior left here about mid
night and went to the Crooked
Creek section near the spot where
Abe .Chasteen was killed some
years-ago. continuing they ar
rived at a large moonshine still
at the head of Lost Hollow,
watching this until about noon
next day. No shiners showed up
and they considered the 200 gal
lons of beer too far gone to make
whiskey and they destroyed the
outfit which was an eighty gallon
capacity with all the trimmings
except the worm.
The regular December term of
Circuit Court opened Monday.
Thefollowing named men were
selected to serve as Grand and
. 'cost for disturbing public schools,
'n"lJhn Brummett $10 and cost for
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Dy, Dcecncr omitn. r. c Lai
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Evans. J. J. Cummins. J.H Doan!ibcin? 6!unh . Bradley Lcgeer 2
Jonas McKcnzie. ." m ma ata,w Keiormatory lor
..,", I house breaking. Harvc Mink Jr.,
Panel No. 2., W. S. Branaman, $100 and 3o days for transport
Tom Kirby, G. M. Sigmon, S. A. ing liquor.
Drew, Geo. Long, Sam Fields, I ......
Josiah Cummins, W. D. Potts. C. , .-. , """ -
G. McKinney. C. L. McKinney. Unildreil O.y
Zeb Hall. FOR FLETCHER'S
J. B. Cummins
FULL LINE OF
& GENERAL MERCHANNDISE
Those who had drawn verdicts
of guilty up to Thursday morn
ing are Bill and John Croucher
$100 and 30 days each for selling
liquor, Booge Gadd 125 and 30
days same offense. Booce Gadd
$100 and 30 days for having
liquor in possession, Cood Cr' u
chcr $100 and 30 days for selling
liquor. Geo. Dickerson 2 yrs. in
State Reformatory on a charge of
grand larceny, Jim f-rench $50
CAUGHT IN THE ACT.
Wm. Gillis. Marshall of the
good town of Livingston and
Harrison Ponder, constable, made
a raid in the Engle Creek section
of this county near Rockcastle riv
er, yesterday and captured four
moonshiners right in the act of
making the damnable stuff. The
captured men are Oscar Rice, Sam
Waddle. Fount Phelps and Dock
Waddle. They were running a cop
per outlit which was pronounced
one of the best ever captured in
this county. All four of these men
have a reputatiot as being experts
in this line of work. They were
lodged in jail, If the good people
of the county will co-operate with
the officers in locating these stills
the day will come before long when
they will be a thing of the past
in this county.
SPLEDID HOME TALENT
The play, ''Trials of a Hostess"
rfut on by the ladies of the Parent-
Teachers Association, Friday and
Saturday nights of last week,
was a success in every way It
delighted the large audience
which witnessed it both nights
and earned a tidy sum for use in
re-papering and painting some of
the rooms of the Graded School
building which are sadly in need
of it. The play was just what it
had been advertised a laugh
producer each minute, and the
characters were all exceedingly
well taken and so well performed
that it would be unfair to men
tion one without mentioning the
whole cast. The "black-face"
comedy at the close of the per
formance, by Mrs. O. D. Hrvant
Mrs. C. C. Davis. Mrs. Mattie B
Mullins and Miss Shoupe of Lan
gdon School, was done in a man
ner -qual to the best profession
als, and judging from the laughs
it provoked was most thoroughly
enjoyed by all. I he music furn
ished between acts was delight
ful to the car, and the only fault
we have to find is that the ad
mission charged was entirely too
low for such an excellent perfor
mance. Put on another nlav.
ladies, and charge double the
amount of admission.
What Better Christmas Gifts
Electric Light Fixture
Carton of Bulbs
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Si'vertown Cords .",; J
Goodyear Cords y .. , . ' ,
Hassler Shock Absorbers i
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Combination Pliers " '
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Hot-Shot Battery , -1.
5 Callon Havoline Oil