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MT. VERNPN, RQCKCASTLE COTJKTY, KY., FRIDAY, FEB 23. 1912.
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Rev Watson, of Mt. Vernon,
filled his regular appointment at
the Presbyterian church Saturday
and Sunday. Cam Mulhus soecial
agent for L & N. R. R Co., was
at home Sundav from Paris, Ky.
Mrs. M. F. Pike, of the Caloway
section, visited Ea-t Berustadt
Sanday. Mrs. W. F. Merhnee, or
Paris, is visiting Mrs. George Pope.
Rev. lames. Barnes, of Scaggs
Creek, was Sunday's train enroute
home from Altaraont.
The tie trade at this place re
maius unchanged. We believe
there are more ties brought to tnis
town than an other town ou the
L & N. line. The Holv Rollers
will begin a series of meeting here
next Saturday we-are informed.
While a great many of us can't see
as they do .yet if it suits them we j
have nothing to say, as we don't:
wish to cross swords with any sect
or denomination. Everyman has
aright to wor-hip Gud according:
to the dictates oi his own con-
science. Dock Jone-. h.s just re
turned from the gardeu spot of the
world, which in p'ain words is
Level Green This is his first trip
and he gives it a glowing descript
..ion. Dock is about right no place
on earth is better in our estima
tion than Old Level Green. F,
L Thompson, the drummer, was
in Livingston Friday. Mrs. C.
A. Blanford has returned from
Parksville where she has been for
a few days on the account of the
illness of 1 er mother, Mrs. Will
Mr. andMrs. John. Clark has
moved to Norton Va. Mes-r
A. M. Hiatt and U. G. Howell, of
Brodbead have purchased the Eight
Gable restaurant from R B. Sams,
and are baying a nice trade. Luck
to you boyf J. S. Calnvay has
received bisco-nmission from Gjv.
McCreary and now' it is judge
Caloway with Mr A.
.as Marshal and Judge Caloway as
Jud -e we believe that we will
hive a quiet little town Boys
score deep and hew to the line
Sidney Hellard and Thomt-s 13Uii tt
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are running a butcher shop in
Pennington Bros., store. Mrs. R.
J. Lempnds left for Louisville
Friday to visit her mother. 1Mrs.
J. P. E.- Drummoud has returned
from Kuoxville where she has
been visiting relatives for
past two weetcs. Erl Rice was at
home from ilitamsburg last Sun-
day. Mirs Annie Wa ton was at
home ir.un Barbonraville Sunday,
She is n tending school at that
pldce. Airs. L. G Falin visited
relatives at Pine Hill Saturday and
Well. W. M. Hicks and the
writer are still on the si igle Mde
of the Matrimonial fence nnd (to
all indications will remain so. A,
wife is oarder'to ge"l now tfun they
were in a'olomons d vs. It is
'talked here that a rail road w. 11 be
constructed up Rockcastle river,
We hope th s is true. We do know
that the Thorn is heirs have sold a
large tract of timber land up the
river and thi Co.. will get it out
some whv but whether they will
bring it this way or snie oth..-rtthe poet -From Gieenland's Icy
e ae unsble to sn: -'-J. M. Mountains. "--bYir the past twelve
Foure has pun.:haied a store house m.nihs there hat. been a great fight
on Main street fro n id. Al. Mink made here against Malt Vead and
and traded Mink a span of niulee." it has bten hirdito conquor but we
Mr. and Airs. Sam Cromer, ot think the present olfueFi ill put a
Illinois, are visiting Malison -Mink quietus on it. We lupi to see the
at this place. Born to the wife of "iaie th.it this stuff will be no more
Mat Mink a fine girl on the 15th. 'and we think the day is not far dls
Mother and babe both dping well, tant when there will not be a rjrop
Miss Ethel Hays has returned in the county. We now have one
from Brodbead where she las been ;0f the quietest little towns in the
the past week visiting relatives 'state and we hope it will remain so.
J. B. Hays has received a mess- i be Livingston Lumber Co, will
age from Cincinnati tbat WUUe start Deir m,us jn a few days, as.
Preston was dead. He was the the bands have returned froai Ford
son of John Preston who lived in and goje.to work. So the hum, of
this county until a few years rgo. industry will toon be heard qn a
Dr, Amyx and Joe Cbildress Mdes.-Weli, as this is my first let
have returned Irom Florida and ter for some time aud we dqn't
they picture that couutry as a wish to tell all we know ot onc we
pandise on earth but after they will give you the rest of tr.eneys
were there a few days they thought nxt Week.
of the song that the baid plays, j
'My Old Keutu:ky Home" so Y)u a-e probably aware that
Dock started' for Ijqme at quce,,. -
loe went further down -on - 4b -
oast out at last getting home
woids -There s No Place Liko
Home" he started and landed here
PROM HEAD TO
WE CAN CLOTHE YOU
WE INVITE YOU TO CALL AND SEE
Our immense line of Me and Bpy? Qotjiingi
Everything new Nothing carried overt vv
GUARANTEE WiTH EACH SUIT
When you see these suits, youMl be convinced that the quality,
workmanship and price are better than you. could get elsewhere: V,
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Brimming FULL OF SELBY
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Thursday night Well it hs been
some time Miice we have written
a lette. Vom here we were just
taking a rest. Sin e then we
bee the cot respondents fro n all
over the county have commenced
writing and sine i::y last letter
great changes na e been wrought
in the eaitb. The election has
passed off and just as we said
went Democratic by a big majority
and now if we will conduct our
selves -right the Dems vv;ll gain
another ,vctorv at the poles this
November. Say Mr. Ed we hear
sometallrof putting us in the
Eleventh District. It' this is liue
we will kick out of the harness,
We know there is just as ood
people iu the eleventh as ever lived
but we want to stay where we an .
j We are batis-fied and they should be
Well, weli, wt have had the coldes
winter that we have had lor many
year. Tbty s: y the ground ho
sw his shadow aud we will bavt
six weeks more cold it this be th
case We can sing the words a-
pneumonia always r salts from a
:oIdj - but - ypu never-heard pincolQ-
resulting in pneumonia when
this re!Uedy nny be had for 3
triffle? For sale by Chas.C. Davis,
LOW OUT, in Tans, Buck8kipI7olvets,,etc-Cil
IS THE SEfeBY,
The sirk reported in last issue
say. There' w.lj
we are glad to
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iviiijc. uuuipu oaiiu-j
.a?u unua' 'w- 3 "eianey "
nis crop or ronacco vy. r. js-injjaiu
of S'anford . t 9 cts. per lb. Quite
a 1. umber of the . farmers contem
plate raising tobacco the com
ii g year. Here Is - hoping that
h hey will have a financial success.
-r-Rumor says ,we are to have two
more new stores in our httle town
in the new future.
T. L- Proctor and J. B. Sutton
were in Mt. Vjernon Tuesday on
busiuess. Miss Annie Brown who
has been going to school at M.
Vcn.on returned home Satnrdiy
last Mrs O-inrley Sovr'er is in
verv po r bea'ih at this isme.
Rev lames Elder will soon move
to hi property recently purchas
ed ut Lark in Hicks "3q , anrj te
dicftions are the latter will
mira e to Brodhea! in the near
future. Grider Barnett left Mon
day, for Sbelbville, to attend to
some important business, The
Wheat crop looljfevery favrrrable ia
U14 .&um Wfe;pqqny Ky., to the highest and
v a .uuuiug mwBir Uktug VB-
nf a nlnnlnnr f 5 Hm Kcmrp arinri. '
lished at this place. Robt. Brown
aud family visited relatives, in
Pulaski a few days since.
The death angel v'sited the hoaMieing regular County Court day,
ot ivir. and Mrs. Stephen Elder,1
of Quail, Feb. 19 at n o'ejocte.j
m. and took ur its victim .the
latters companipn, Uncle Step,Tjfcn.
Elder. He was a devoiit member
of the Christian church at Provi
dence aud will be bajJlv missed (n,
the church and hom. circle, Tlie
deceased v. as a spcjable, upiigbf
and honorable njaq and Jir4
reached his 70th year. He leaves
behind hjwrq.. brothers, and
one sterfeaLtno. Idr, of
near BeeLHfcPavid Elder
Sr., ot Pulactlmrity and Mrs.
Tart Proctor, of u)itawa. a .wife and
"six - bjIdrenvr'''fcobtder, " "qT
irodhead. and Qavid E;lder Jr. ot
aail and Mesdamesj Jack MqlHns
Eugene Brown, Johu Proctor, qf
Q ail and G B. S,q'ttOn, of near
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Preachersvil'.e, Garrard, county.
They have the heartfelt sympathy
of us all. The interment took
place in the Providence cemetex-y
I VVArlnocrl'iV or. m o mi
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f-the summons of the last great day
George Taylor, Logan
tD. Taylor, Susie Ki-u-. .
eger, JViilt Taylor.- A ps
Taylor, Loti Ta?'or,
John C. Taylor, Mollie
Ricketts, Nannie Tay
VS: Commissiouer's Sale.
Eugene Taylor, Louis
Nicholson, Lee Nichol
son, Costella Nicholson,
and foe Taylor b,y is
Committee, J- v- Ty
By virtue of a judgment and
order of sale of the Rockcastle
Circuit Court rendered at the
January term I912 thereof, I
shall proceed to offer for sale
at the front door of the Cour-
House in M yermn Rqckcastlo
bastblddorat public auction, on
Monday the 26th. day of Feb,.
1912, between the hours o? nine
o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m.
following described real estate
located in Rqckcastle county,
Kentucky, and bounded as fol
Ou the north by the lands of
Theard PariQps; on, the east by
the lands of. J N. Coffey; on the
south and westhj the lands of
G. S. Grifftn, containing about Go
acres more or lesg.
Fqr the purchase price the pur
chaser must execute bond with
approved security, bearing inter
est from day of sale nqtil paid,
a,nd having the force and effect
qf a judgment Bidders must be
prepared to comply with these
G. S. Griffin,
Master Commissioner Rock
castle County Court.
ALMOST LOST HIS LIFE.
S. A. Stid, of Mison, Mich,,
will never forget bis terrib'e cixpo
sure to a merciless storm. "It
gave mea dreadfulcold,"-he writes,
'"that caused severe pains iu my
chest, so it was hard for me to
breathe. A neighbor gave me
several doses of Dr. King's New
, Discovery which brought great
' relief. The doctor said I was on
the veige of pneumonia, but to con
tinue with the Discovery. I did so
land two bottles completely cu ed
' me." Use only this quick, safe,
I reliable m dlciue for coughs, colds,
' or any th- oat or lung trouble
Price 50c snd $1.00. Trial bottle
free. Guaranteed by Chas. C
Fannie Turner Plaintiff.
VS : Commissioner's Sale.
Spencer Mulins etc Defendant
By virture of a judgement and
order of sale of the" Rockcastle
Circuit Court rendered at the
January term 1912, thereo?. I
shall proc6ed to offer for sale at
the lront door of theCourtHouse
in Mt. Vei non, Rockcastle, Co ..
Keutucky, to the highest and
j best bidder at public auction, on
; Monday the 20th day oi'eDruary
i9i 2 between the hours, of nine
o'clock a. m. and four o'clock
p. m. being the regular Court
day, on a credit of six months,
the following described realestate
located in Livingston, Rockcastle
County. Ky., and bounded as
I "On the north by the lot o
Tommy Jones; on thu east by
the lot of Harry Magee; on the
south by the lot of -Dr. Joyner
and qn the west by the lauds
Samuel Pennington. .for tht
purchase price the purchase
must execute bond withapprover
surety j. bearing interest fron
date of sale until paid, an.
having the. force and effect of i
judgment. Bidders must be pre
paved to, comply with thes'
G S: Griffin-.
Masterj Commissioner, Rock
castle Circuit jCoart V
Oh Iliir n Cry'
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Sumner, of
Asbville, N. C, are with their
daughter Mrs. J. M. Clark. H. H.
Hutcl eon late of Augusta, Ga., is
with his wife, who is spending the
winter with her sWr Mrs. W. E.
Gravely. Misses E'ti Moore and
, Gertude Martin, were iu Mt. Ver
f non Sundav and Mondaj , the guests
of Mrs. Sadie Moore. Prof. T. H.
Likens, principal of Brodbead
Graded sbool, bought a house and
lot on Main street from D. M. Pns
ton-consideration S,i9mn -W atp
glad that Mr. Likens and bis I
estimable wile are to become
manent citizens rf niir Inwn
Tohn Rohine nn,l wifnan,i l.t I
tie daughter Mildrnd. wftPo in!v,SUed r,l,ves ru.(d "
Mt. Vernon, Sunday and Monduy,
the guest of Mr and Mvs. F. L.
Durham. TJ, M. Preston and
his son. Leonard, will sell their
household effects at public sale
the 28th inst, and will move their
families to Cincinnati. ,Vo regret
to give up these gcod people.
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Owens were
in Wt. Vernon lust week with Mr
and Mrs. G. b Sutton Claude
Owens is suffering with a severe
attack oi rheumatism. J. Thos.
Cherry was up from Crab Or
chard, Sunday Misses Etta Sow
der and Mattio Owens spent Sun
day in the country near Spiro
Eld. A. J. Pike preached at Free
dom. Saturday and Sur.day.
Mrs. P. H. Robins returned from
a visit to her daughter at Rich
mondByron Owens wa in Mt.
Vernon, Sunday, between trains,
some attraction in the White
Rock City that day we suppose.
J. W.Tate and Allen Hiatt were
in Mt. Vernon, Monday. Judg
ing from the number tiat attended
Court, Monday, from the Hiatt
seotion, to hear the trial of Mrs
Chint Lear, and her sou Robert,
charged with burning the cbnrch
.house knowjuas "Union Chapel,"
there wouldnot have been enough
men left in that community to
have stopped a small tire had
plenty of water been available.
Mr. Steven Elder, age 70 years,
and a very respected citizen of
the Quail ootion. died at his home
Monday night at 11 o'clock. He
wis the father of our fellow
townsmen Jacob Elder. Dr. W.
E Gravely bought a farm of
sixty acres from Lewis McAdauis
this week; price unknown.
Wiilie.JYadon is in Livingston this
week to assist in the Hiatt &
Howe'l restaurant. Mr. Larkin
Hicks bought the V. E. Evans
propertv on Main sireet. consid
eration 836 00. Weare glad that
Mr. Hicks is to make his home
with us agaiu. John E. Evans
has accepted a traveling position
with Colgate & Co., of New York
City, arid left Wednesday for
Kr.oxyille, Tenn., to begin work.
We are certainly glad thnt John
is so lucky in landing such a good
job Miss Ethel Hayes has re
turned to her home in Livings
ton, after spending several dftys
with relatives. If yon have am
news items leave them at the
post office and they will fiud theii
way to the sest newspaper ii
Rockcastle county. Mr: Shcltoa
ofMonticello was here Wednes
da3T with his brother in-law, W. A
l'yree lie has been buying tiin
ber in Letcher county for some
iuie and was on his way home
Vhs. Mollie Dprham receivec
a telegram lafet week that he)
daughter, Mrs Wesley, who lives
atXiiberty, Ky.. was dead; but ii.
a few hours it was found that i
was Dr. Wesley's mother insteac.
of his wife that was dead Suet
mistakes are very painful indeed
in the earth are sometimes heart
bofore a terrible earthquake, tha
wj.rn ot the coming peril. Nature'.
"Warning are kind. Tbat dull pal
or ache in the back warns you th
Kidneys need attention if yo
would escape those dangerons m
ladies, Dropsey.Dnbstesor Bright'
disease. Take Electric Bitters a
5nce and see backache fly and al
your best feeling return." Vl.y soi
-ecewed great beuefit from their use
or kidney asd bladder trouble
writes Peter Bondy South Rocl
wood; Mich., "It ts certamh
ircat kidney medicine" Try . r
o cenrs at . Cbs. C. Davis.
cllRf. Sovvard' of Band K-
uueu uis regular appointment at
Friendship. M. B.Jones ami Olto
Brov. n left last Monday for FtarMa
for a fc w months ta-. . Yr. 9md
Mrs. Estiil Price and HtUa son,t
Clyde spent Friday iuJvt wth Dr.
and Mrs G. C. PrkeAt WafcA.
Miss Vicla Dtbord who attending
school at Mt. Vernoa 1 peodirg
the week with" her mother who fe
MissLi?ie Hursn entertained a,
number of her friends last Wedaes-
vg h(K of berbpotbw
v-naries. t reprxiea
a VfTT f.c
time. Charles let Thursd5
E,reno Ok h.-Clay TWpacm
Saturday. J. K. ftrmva pnt
Saturday night vrt.i b lrotbr.
W. J. who has been veiy sick Immi
we are g'av to say is mine betttc
new. Granville Harst watt in
Hrodh'ead for a few lours feMfc
Thursdiy. ir. awi Mr?. Olwfks
Riddle And two Htr'e dattgtaers
'opeutSfttitrday and Sttnd.v witk,
Mis. kiddies parents, Vr. aad
Mrs. J. u. Thntpsi. Jtfit. .awl
Mrs. Tyree Gentry, of Lebanon
Junction, ere witit loroe Mk a
few !as last wecK. "Uaete BiU"'
was down on RocicisU r ver e
day last week on i u4ass W.
H. Miiiliusand Edd Brown at.ttdMd!
Wade Proctor's shK. He wM tev tfc
west a few years.
Mr. James Cenh hat a wry
severe cic ot lajripe. Dr. G.
Price was ia th.. part & few
hours last Wednesday. W.
DeBord sold to oS Cash a
milch cow for $33.oo. -Little WHIl
nod Jack Cat.oa, of Cedr Cre5c,
vii-ited their .ant Amttada I)e
Bord a lew days last week. Mr.
Paris? who has been living eta Q.i .
L. Hatchers farm ns ntovoA owei?
mi the eastern part, of ihts. cntmmMy
where he "piirchaiied ai BeteS
Misses Viola and Kate DeBowl,
Georgia Gentry and Maude
Thomoson aud Clay Tbomp-o and
Hobert Brown vvre tne teu9anc
uetts of Ora Al . Brown last Sun
day. There will be services at
Burnetts chapel next Sunday con
ducted by Rev. George Thomson,
of Euban-s. Kv.
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a m.;-5.:,t tiUui.jtio bCLutut
-.- h 'ear o( experisnee In irantH
..v; . !Mi,i. ! y!r rdartiic l.'" .
i. ... " nftn fr pnc.-. ",RTT-Kntir now.
nitTii niisiiirnn n.ll I rPCl
A piece of flinuei a.uuicod with
Chamberlain's Lininit-iu a'.d bo nd
on to th e affected p.irs s prir
to anv plaster. Wheu truabled
with lame back or pa m the
side or chest give it a trial nd yen
are certain to be more than pleased
with the prompt relief wi.nch it
affords. Sold by Chas. C. D.v.
President Tait 1 as deckleti to
delay until next week wefc the,
appointment 01 a successor to the,
late Justice Harlan of the Uaitedl
States Supreme Court.
Clarence 'Alford w.is found
guilty at Lebanon Satwra of
assault upon a small k fit wms
ientenced to serve twenty year&in
the penitsntirry. .
Former Gov. Joseph W. Rilk,
f Missonri, announced ftis jet?re
nent from the race for indorsement
n tbat State Saturday, and plged
his support to Speaker Clark
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind Yru Have Always Bought
Sedentary hadits, isce ot ontdoor
exercise, insufficient mastication of
food, constipation, a torpid liver,
worry and anxiety, arc tW most
common cause: of stomach
roubles. Corre:tyonr habits and
ake Chamberlain's Stcmach" and
Mver Tablets and von will K"on be
veil again. For sale by Chas C.
Located Over 31 ANI-' "iTORE
West of ,K R. Track 5
All -work guawuiteii.
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