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Digital page images are linked to the text file. if t tc Published Every I Friday VOLUME VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY AUG 30 49 iuill ihttt ttlttltttltRlifiiff 1fFlI ti U r r = cjw I= WE HAVEw e AN ww = Clothes for the naked E Glasses for the blind w Shoes for the barefooted w linedwCurtains for the windows E Shoestrings and laces Lamps wicks andoil E To light the dark places ww headwEAndsocks for the feetw = Calico of the finest fadeswdresseswE Ribons for old maidsw folksMww I f Dr T J Stone has returned to bis home at Tazwell Tenn after spending a few days here the guest of Dr 0 O Stone at the Frith Clyde Watson left Tuesday for Mt Vernon where she entered Brown Memorial School Mrs J W Myers and children of Richmond Ky are visiting Mr and Mrs H L Tharp Miss Daisy Wilkerson has returned to her home at Lioerty after two Miss Ella Dunn after two weeks with Mrs J G Frith has returned to her home at Dan viUeMr and Mrs H H Hutch eson were guests of Mr and Mrs Triest Co as an erecting engin eerChas R Pike returned to Knoxville Tenn Tuesday after spending two weeks with parents Delia Flynn is visiting relatives in Louisville Mrs Mary r sick this weekB R Wilmott was up from Lebanon Junction the latter part of last weekD BI John D Pike returned to Lebanon first of week after a few days with parents here Misses Clyde and Matt Wilmott were guests of their cou sk from Saturday until Monday C C Cable was in Danville doing so ciety there from Friday unti1 Tu W A Jones of Wild e was here Tuesday to see Dr WF Albright is back from weeks visit to lady friends Robins and- wife are visiting revives JnGar rard county Work in all thr Masuaic lodge Monday night Sept 2nd All invited to the pleasure Copper creek with Wade H Leece and IT a f v HiVEfliI gMT 1907NUMBERtttfttTttttttYTtTftfttfttt L godsE flats for tIle ladies Toys for the Bottles for the babies and bowls for harness And leather for soles and Buckles The finest of silks And the coarsest of jeans and apples Lard and meat Butter from the Fresh and sweet Tea and coffie Sugar and rice 1 u1r U1UmI1UUlu UI1U1UUUm1lliUIIUUUUI UltODHEAD HotelMiss spending gMrsspending tCilucrative hereMiss ouAlbright bUSi11ness junction spending creein dayDt CarterEmery in- BarbourSviUeJn9 degreesat neighboring- lodges attendThe- writerhad 9r5pendingl- astSutldaYQD ijtiIS children Queensware glassware Pitchers Leathers Straps strings andscreens Potatoes country spentAtnounced and the table was ladened with everything that is good to the appetite If you dont think I did justice to it just ask Squire Leece and his most estimable wife about itThe Hop Clubs second dance was really a greater success than the first one Those attending DaisyWilkerson of Liberty Miss Ella Dunn of Dan v lie and Miss Carrie Frith of Gum and Messrs Leece of Mon and Perkins of Cincinnati Cable of Havana Carter of Louis ville They all report the best and happiest moments spent there tha- tnightWe are very sorry to hear oIMrs FL Thompsons illness hope for her a rapid recovery M C Albright was in Berea on business this weekJR Cass purchased of Granville Leece on bay mare 7 years old for 16000 Miss Lyda Hilton is spending a few days with her brother LBHilton at Rowland Drummers areas thickas fleas on a dogs back in Brodhead this week6 to eachmerchant on an average but Ive got no kick coming as lam comeonljE Evans MC Albright and M B Bowling are attending the Lot don lair this weekQuite a crowd from Mfc Vernon attended the h at the Frith Hotel Monday night Fannfiefie and Alza Thompson Bulah Smith andICossie D jSuttcn Victor C Tate and Mau rice Brown Come again you are always welcomeM B Bowling LaurelCQuntyWednesday been for ten days sick tradeeesent wheat prices y Tip the latter part of the week Chicago afttr they had declined from the earlierad vance A weather bulletin the Canadian Pacific railroad sen pricea soaringr r J rF0 OPEN TO THE WANTS of OUR- CUSTOMERS Beans and crackers Cheese and spice Oysters and salmon Flour andmeal = Mouse trapsandcats = p To make the mice sqJea1 Powder for faces r 3Powder for hunters a Axes for ch ppersj = And 1 Chewing gum candy = Corset and bustle The people come trading = And how we do hustle = Medicine to make you sick 3Medicine to make you well 3In fact we have everything 3That the best stores sell = I r i wU1U1UUmUUUUUllUUUUUUU1UUmlUmmI1UU1mUmlUlU1I1i11i1UU1U1UiU 37TH ANNUAL SUNDAYSCHOUL CONVENTION Rockcastle Baptist Association Church near Livingston Ky Tuesday September iOth 390J c PROGRAM r Song 10 AM 2 Devotional service Rev Wm Williams and Rev W W Brock 3 Song 4 Address of Welcome Rev Jason Robinson 5 Response Rev James Cummins and Rev C C Wilson 6 Song 7 Report of Schools 8 Adjourn for dinner 9 i P M Discnsaioh A Baptist School in every Baptist Church CokerIoRevs Metcalf and B S DaVaulL eI The Bible Schools in the salvation of souls ncefoidMusic12 Should we as Baptist lend our co operation to the so called Inter e nominational Sabbathschool work Revs J T Stogsdill Dan P Phelps and L Dr Gooch 13 The Vilificationof a Superintendent and Teachers j E Wodall W H Sowder and John Cherry 14 How to utilize the Sabbath school to inculcate Missions Noah Roberts Rev Tames Barnes RBriscoeMusic15 An andSundayschoolsG E Painter and N Buchanan16 Election ofofficers for next year oBenediction i nLNoahRobertwiUne nepresentwillA EAIBRIGHT Com on Program QUAY1 H rG Sutton speiii first of the week wilhreiatiyiei at Preachers yule TieProtrtedmeeting at Prbp is ce stdSilnd ylast with about thirty addition to the church Alec Proctor is numbered among the sick David Gentry and Jam AlisterTproving A Protracted meeting SaturtWinf Owens will commence a singing school at Oak Hill Saturday night Aunt Eliza Heti nJsnotex petted to live but a short time Seventeen thousand machinists askefornotifibyed y MetTradespresent state of trade their request l1aveIttheir demands ci v LAND STOCK AND CROi Ed Clarkof Little Rock sold 28 = head of 1250 Ib cattle te Boardman Whaley to be delivered in Oct at t SoS R Burris of Liltle iRocks sold 50 i25lbs hogs to be delivered Sept i to Boardman AdIvocata Nichblasville Court The Lex ington Herald Bureau reports court at Nicholsville Monday as follows County court to day was well atten ded but little business was transac ted and few sales are reported J fonowingtreport 100 stock hogs were sold at 5 34cts 9 twoyearold cattle at 2275 15 extra two year old steers at 2700 200 sheep at 600 per head mirth cows brought from 3000 to 4500 7 hehorse mar ket was dull horses selling at Spears Hares sale for from i 10 to 225 Stock ewes seem to be in demand Thomas McClintock Sons sold 40 head to W F Heathman at 6 per head and 35 head to Alfred Clay at 6 50 per head The same firm sold to Tom Marshal a pair of sixyearold mare mules for 350 Nearly every bunch of export cattle in the county has been sold and by the close of the month will have found their way to Eastern Markets This is also true of lambs but few flocks remain in the bands of farmers Hogs have taken upward tendency with a corresponding advance in cured and lard Thomas McClintcck Sons shipped last week three double deck loadk of latiJband one car of fat hogs the latre cost ing5 to 6 cents =Bourbon News Mt Sterling Court The Advo cate says A conservative esti mate of the number of cattle on tL pewn was and a great many left in the cpunfry orwanfof room Some traders would sell out their pens and then bring in more cattle some filling their pens three time during the day Veil few beau weight steers on the market September and October court days EJ 83 S 2 fa is file time they are brought in Trade was very brisk and the scles were busy all day The best 1000 lb steers sold atzcents with light weight stuff at 375 to 4 25 at 4 to 425 Heifers were a little off and from 3 to 334 cts very few selling at ihe last named price Cows at 2 cents to 3 cents with bulls at 2 to 2U Very few sheep as trade was as brisk as we ever that there was no pens to be had to let stock while they were com- pletIng their We need some pens of this sort and sone one can get a good revenue by ing 8 steers 825 Ibs at 4 I i heifers 600 Ibs at 33 40 heifers 600 Ibsat 3 25 10 steer g 600 lbs at3 30 31 heifers 700 at 700 Ibsat 315 14 bulls and cows at 270 r6 yearlings 450 lbs at 350 12 steers 650 lbs at 375 9 700 Ibs at 4 10 1 Oil in the look is r a odto 3 A for hJ- r 7 4 i I A Established J t t eRf BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL GramIbutHOmmIIImBIB weighing Yearlings tbeysoldat atltbepens complaintfrom purchasing pensf yearlink 3350teers yearlings yearlings eaoperations Kentucky greatyencourage considerably madesneYgoa SWELL BOOT fashiona6le peOple 1887 FEMININE SNAPSHOTS r 4 A duck ofa girl rai make a goose out of any man A brother is a homemade mirror flattersI name would bliss IA girl who fishes with flattery knows a lot aboutbait tThe world is the shop where we get our manners manicured- A girl with a dimple somehow looks incapable of deception Instead of lecturing your hus band try loving him Popularity is largely a matter of getting the right press agent Alas rnd alas but the pink of propriety too often get bunched with the wall flowers The girl who smokes cigarettes isut the one figures in a bachelors itsThe lamp of learning cant light up a cottage like the candle of con tentment STRAYED OR S OLENFrom my pasture five twoyear old steers two red two white spotted and one roan all dehorned liberal reward will be paid for their return I A BOWMAN 3 wk Mt Vernon Ky Kansas may have a twocent railroad rate within the next few partinwhich will declare an emergency exist The railroads may resist and take the case into court AHANDSOMESHOf all all styles 1This is one VU Our Leaders We havejust receiveda large shipment of bite f American Gent eman and the Am ericaniLadSIIOES Manufact ured by the HiiniiltonBrown Shoe Co St Louis Mo A positive guarantee goes wither ery pair of AMERICAN GENTLEMANW AMERICAN LADY Shoes If you are looky ing fop uptodate footwear dont fail to call andSee our line v CLOSKNG OUTWe are closing out over 2000 pairs ofother towon nottalkingwe say visitourstore youd y s ry T1 KRUEGER SON t MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Aug 30 1907 Pttblisud every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION DEMOCRATIC TICKET For United States SenatorJ C W Beckham For GovernorS W Hager For Attorney GeneralJohn K Heud ricksFor State Superintendent ot Schools M O Winfrey For Commissioner of Agriculture J W Newman For Lieutenant GovernorSouth Trim bleFor AuditorH M Bosworth For Secretary of StateHubert Vree landFor TreasurerRubyafuoll For JohnB Chenault ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce G T JOHNSON as a candidate for Coun ty Court Clerk abject to the action of the Republican party =KENTYCKY STATE FAIR AT CHURCHILL DOWNS t Historic race courses at Louisville will be location of 1907 exhibition After three weeks of negotia tions with the owners of Douglas 1 park at Louisville resulting in a failure to induce them to lease the grounds for the i9oj Kentucky State Fair pending the clearing of the title to the property and ad justment ofother matters ia con itnection with the purchase of the track and buildings as a permanent location the Kentucky State Board 4 of Agriculture has been given the use of Churchill Downs at Louisville for holding this years exhibi tion duriug the week of September 6 The Kentucky State Fair will therefore be held on the dates men tioned at historic Churchill Downs where the fair last year was held Messrs Charles F Grainger and Matt J Winn representing the Churchill Downs interest have agreed to the use of these grouuds and a committee representing the State Board has extended to them a vote of cordial thanks for their liberality in the matter inasmuch as the grounds are tendered to the State Fair upon terms agreeable to the State Fair management Chur hill Downs while a typi cal race course is considered to beth best equipped State Fair grounds in the south with the possible exception of the Texas Fair grounds There will bean abundance of stall room forall kinds of live stock these is a big grand stand and there are buildings suitable for the departments which must be shown indoors The entry list in the different ex hibit departments is the history of the Kentucky State Fair at this time three weeks prior to the ex hibition Tne State Fair management is spending over 7000 in exploita tion and expects record breaking attendance daily Some of the greatest amusements enterprises in the country have been contracted with for State Fair week LIYlNGSTOfl Mrs L M Westerfield and children have returned after an extended visit with relatives and friends at StanfordMr and Mr J R Carter and family have returned after a pleasant visit with relatives and friends at Nashville Tennessee Mr and Mrs Will Pike and children of Paris have been jrh iting relatives and friends here and at Brodhead Mrs Ann Owens has returned from Jellico Tennessee where she has been at tending the bedside pf Miss Anna Griffin who was verysickof Ty phoidbutis now convalescent Mrs Hardin Mabaffey leaves to day TburSdayforfEHawa tenn to join Her husband they will make tbat HieJor a while Satleast Mesdames Langley and Owens purchased the house and lot on Main St known as the f C Mult lins property 30000 consideration Mr and Mrs Frank Longmire have moved to Coal Creek Tenn wegret very much to lose such de sirable tizensMrs David Griffin was visiting her grand daughter Mrs Clara Hayes Tues dayMrs Mahala Carsons has re turned from a pleasant visit with Mrs1Susielot of Liviugstons Elite are at tending the London FairMrs JI C Woodall has a fine display of early fall hats Miss Delia Mink of Lafollette Teim is spending a few days with her mother hereMrs Shan non McKenney and children of La follette were here the first of the week with their many relatives and friendsMiss Ethel Hayes one of Livingstons Belles has returned from a three weeks visit with rela tives and friends at Paris =Mr and Mrs A N Bentley of Louis ville are visiting relatives and friends hereYrs J T Chewing is returned Monday from Lebanon Junction she was accompanied home by her daughter Mrs Dave Riggles who has been very serious ly ill but is some better at this Miss Ann Baker is visiting rela tives and friends at Berea aid other places beyond Rev Camp bell of Clay City will conduct ser vices at the Christian church Sat urday and SundayMrs J R Carter led prayer meeting at the Christian church Wednesday even ingMists Lizzie Fishback will be the charming leader at prayer meeting next Wednesday evening Everyone cordially invited to at tendMiand Mrs Jerome Ad ams wishes to announce the mar riage of their daughter Cora Francis to Mr Clyde H White of Tuc son Arizona to take place in the Christian church at Livingston Ky Sept 1St 1907 at 8 P MMiss Ella Mae Thompson from the Ky Institute for the blind is visiting her sister Mrs Champ Cummins Misses Cora Adams and Lida Cook were in Louisviile Shopping last week Dispatcher Clyde H White formerly of this place but now ofTucson Arizona is here on business best known to himself Mr and Mrs Egbert Hayes are now housekeeping in their new home recently purchased of Mrs Sue Mullins The Mt Vernon Base Ball nine played Livingstons nine here Sunday and got beat of cburse this the second time too in the last monthbut of course Livingston comes out First best in everythingMr Jerome Adams and charming daughter Miss Cora were inCorbiu Saturday and Sun day visiting Mr and Mrs C M CumminsThe reunion of the McGuire family was attended by eight children and twelve grandchildren four sonsiaJaw one daughterinlaw and with the exception of one daughter Mrs Mol lie Herrin and three children of Quail who has not been at home for over five years and the two eldest sons of Mr and Mrs Jas Parsons all members of three generations would have been present But while their absen e was a sorrowful disapointment and made the affair incomplete to an extent the old house rang with joy and good times as every member spared neither work nor expence to make the home coming a happy event There were thirty four partook of the good dinner which was served in good old style under the shade of the old apple tree in the yard The following are the names of Parents and their famil ies Mr and Mrs Jas McGuire Mr and Mrs Jas Parsons and four boys of Berea Mr and Mrs S F McGuire and son and daugh ter of Beattyville Mr and Mrs J W Shearer and son and daugh ter of Paris Mr aud Mrs RR Harris two sons and daughter of Berea Mr and Mrs D H Row lette of Lexington and son J W McGuire of Lebanon Jet Misses Cleva and Maude McGuire and Master Cecil McGuireoldest onof- S F McGuire Onlya few friends were preseit They were Mrs G D Cook Mr and Mrs JH Wat sH Misses Anna Parson Anna M Walton and Rice Walton and Mr C I Ogg the photographer of Berea who came for the purpose of making the family picture which was one object of the reunion Miss Lizzie Adams ofMt Ver non is visiting Miss Lida Cook jaftert of Mrs Ahng have returned to Philadelphia Pa we regret to see Miss Kathryn leave us for all who had the pleasure of meeting her learned to love her she will be missed in our town FIREWORKS NIGHTLY ERUPTION OF VESUVIUS TO BE r REPRODUCEDI PAINS FAMOUS PYROTECHNICS IOne of the Most Remarkable Amusements Ever Shown in the South Whether or not it is the promise held out to us in the rainbow that the earth will not again be destroyed by water but by fire the interest in fire works is as old as history or at least runs back to the period when they were first introduced hundreds of years ago in China To make a big event entirely a success it is almost necessary to add to the amusement features a great fire works exhibition This has been done by the State Board of Agriculture under whose auspices the Kentucky State Fair is to be held in Louisville September 16 to 21 A contract has been closed with Pains Pyrotechnic Co to bring from New York complete Pains new mon strous spectacle Vesuvius a gigantic reproduction of Naples and Vesuvius This is an exact picture 350 feet in length and fifty feet high of the mod ern city of Naples and of Vesuvius from sketches and views taken on the spot by Pains special artists and reproduced by the eminent scenic artists Messrs Reed and Rafter and their as sistants It is the most elaborate spectacle and summer nights fete and il rumination ever attempted It depicts the Carnival of Naples and the eruption of Vesuvius as they occurred on the night of April 3 and 4 1906 The subject lends itself to the post gorgeous of scenic environment and the most wonderful electric and pyro technic effects Two immense acts are devoted to the production The Car nival of Naples is attended by the King and Queen of Italy and other crowned heads The streets of Naples are shown on a fete day the populace and visitors are in gala attire there Isa feast of lanterns and ballet chor us concluding with the introduction of some wonderful European specialties While the carnival is at its height a small curl of smoke begins to ascend from Vesuvius The alarm begins and increases as the mountain rapidly belches out its lurid flames and seething ashes The first act is concluded and the second the aweinspiring calamity Is begun Refugees crowd into the city the King and Queen depart for a town in the mountains there is mass in the cathedral Old Vesuvius in tremendous detonations speaks angrily to the in habitants for scores of miles around the rain of ashes with rivers of lava continue and the destruction of the city is complete This great spectacle Is to be given nightly at the Kentucky State Fair grounds to be followed by Pains won derful fire works the display of which will be changed each night The contract made between the Pains Pyrotechnic Company and the State Board of Agriculture calls upon the former to bring the entire Manhattan Beach production as produced at Manhattan Beuh Coney Island New York There are 250 performers prop erly and splendidly costumed The fire works program covers fifty numbers consisting of all of Pains latest novel ties YOU TAKES YOUR CHOICE Races of Every Known Form at Kentucky State Fair It is said of the Kentuckian that half of his cranium Is filled with brain matter and the other half with miniature horseshoes The ability of the citizen of old Kentucky to gain emlnencf demonstrates clearly the truthfulness of the first half of the statement an leis love of a horse race indicates that the latter half is by no means an uii truth The Kentucky State Fair which will run for six great days at Louisville be innin September IGth holds out special inducements lo every one whether or not a Kentuckian to polish up the horseshoes imbedded in his head by reflected glory The State Fair management has ar anged a most Interesting Speed pro gram covering trotting pacing and run ring races As the new home of the State Fair which was Doiglas Park has the fastest trotting track in this country aid perhaps In the world many records age expected to be smashed during this meeting Those who have heen rObbed cf horseshoes beneath their scalps through constant contact with rubber tire that carry gasoline tanks will find in the automobile races that which ap peals to them while others who have turned their thoughtstram things ter restrial to things celestial will gain their desires in the balloon races The Kentucky State Fair lias in its making the promotion of the breaking Interests at Kentucky a college to educate the people of the whole south to the reROgritlrc of the value of the best grades of all kinds of live stock The most exciting of dalsports balloon races will be on the amuse = ment program of the Kentucky State Fair There wjil be 2689 awards anavetj age of 418 awards a day for at the Kentucky State Fair The body of a moth contains r JHalfStates are under Ig4 years of age a i t 33c3 3qSpL3r ir BARGAIINS t TZ ala di r f i r COMIJN 2 J And take a drInkof water with with me and while in see my nice line of CROSSET SHOES 4j They make Lifes arks Easy Newest Styles Prices S3OO to 75O GT JOHNSON O K STORE Opposite CourtHouse I r i i i 1 4 8frcy WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL AN- DSIGNAL Both one year for only 150The Presidential election is approaching Times have changed That is all Mr Watterson is a Democrat and has always been a Democrat never a Republican Essential differences out of the way Democrats are getting together The CourierJournal is going to supppst the ticket And there you have it- Send your order forthis combination to us not to the Courier Journal The regulal price of the Weeekly CourierJournal alone is a year FARMS FOR SALE I have two farms 125 acres in one and 108 in the other located 34 miles East of Bee Lice which I wish to sell privately Good improvements For further information address- G B SUTTON R F D No i June 14 3mo Bee Lick Ky FOR AGENTSAN OPPORTUNITY THE OLD WORLD AND ITS WAYS i BY WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN J6TNOW READY FOR SOLICITORS 576 Imperial Octavo Pages Over 200 Superb Engravings from photographs ta ken by Mr Bryan Recounts his trip around the woald and his visits to all nations The greatest book of travel ever written The people are waiting for it The agents harvest OUTFIT FREE Send fifty cents to coyer mailing and handling THE THOMPSON PUBLISHING CO St Louis Mo Secretary of War daft pill xecoinmend4o Cqugress the pass age ofJi bill forming a closer union between the national millitar i au thories and the maUtia of the States He proposes that the Gov ernment put officers and men on halt pay while not in active service willibe drilled under the United States army bfficersatid will be subject to the call of the Gov- ernmen t for active service A London policeman who had been on the force for six years was sent to prfeofl for stealing milt from doorsteps iQ Have you received an to the Fall Tem of the mal If not ee your perintendent at once about The Institution stands teachers and pupils of rural schools If you have not seen catalogue write a postal quest for one today AddressR N ROARK 8 i6tf Am bel e prepared than test and fit the eves with Have all the latest testing A fit guaranteed- Do all kinds of watch repairing Make your frames look lije new gold and silver rings etc All kinds of machine repairs keptVery S C EVERYBODY KNOW says C G Hays a business man of Bluff Bncklens Arnica Salve quickest and surest ever applied to a sore wound or to a case of used it and know what Im talkingI about Guaranteed by Davis druggist 25ch Bu RNrLMATI5H 2 REGULAR AS THE SUN an expression ldaSilielrace No doubt therisiag and setting of the sun is the most regular perfor manse in the universe unless it is the action of the liver and bowels when regulated Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed by Chas C Davis druggist 2Dc J L l AID 0 C II Z WI BARGAINS J3Y3JJ31NNIl11tl111f i Willis GriffinP- RACTIGAL 3 =UNDERTAKER 2 3FQNERAL Mt Vernon Ky = M Stock Complete Can furnish oil short no 3wtice Metalic Coffins and Caskets and have Embalming EdoneFix1e Hearse attached = = ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled = E Phone No 63 1i11111111111111111111111i1111111111111111J111111111111111 11111111 Subscribe tor e- SINAL t 1j Tt Z W a MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY Aug 30 190 79 Call up Noyou want to SIGNALl91cate with ti 0 4 R R Co TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 24 north 340 a m 23 south 124 p m 21 South 1220 a to TAS LANDRUM Agent PhoneNo 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postofficc as secondclass mail matt- erPERSONAL Mrs E S Albright is with rela lives at London Miss Rella Hiatt is visiting relatives near Hiatt Ky Mr and Mrs Sam Cox are taking in the London fair A B Furnish and Maurice Brown went to London fair yester dayMrs Nannie Harp is visiting her sister Mrs A W Soward of Barb ursiUe W R McClure run his hack between Pittsburg and the Lon don fair grounds W A Fisher was called to Indi anapolis Sunday on account of the death qf his father Atty J W Brown attended the burial of ExMayor Paul C Barth of Louisville Saturday Mrs A J Chadwell of Four J tain Held Tenn spent several days the guest of Mrs W H Cox Judge R G Williams spent Sunday until Wednesday with his parents Mr and Mrs D N Will iamsLittle Mattie Joplin will leave Sunday for Lexington to go to jTiooI she will stop at Junction City for a few days Mr and Mrs W J Sparks went to Louisville Tuesday to make ar rangemeuts for locating there for v the fall and winter and have their 7three daughters in school and at the same time have them at home Mr and Mrs M C Williams t and two sons John Hig and James have been with relatives here this week Mr Williams retnrned home yesterday by the way of Louisville Mrs Williams and children will re main over several days Horace G Edwards and family were here the last of the week visiting Mis Edwards parents Mr and Mrs Geo Livesay Mr Edwards has sold his property at Bandy Pulaski Co and will leave in the near tuture for Caldwell Idaho to make bis home Miss Lucy Baker the girl who came here with Mr and Mrs W L Richards and made her home with them until about two years ago since which time she has been with Miss Taylor at the Langdon dormitory left Tuesday night for Cincinnati where study to be a trained nurse LOCAL V Tip Hurd and hrs Katie Win sted were married Saturday W H Carmical pas bought the restaurant of Carlos Menifee on- t Church St From two to three car loads of spokes and handles are being ship ped from this point daily- WANTEDThree or four voke good heavy work cattle well broke address FRANK MULUNS Aug 233t Ward Ky A WARRNING TO TRESPASSERS I will prosecute all persons tres passing on my lands without reo gard to age or sex 8164t JNO W MIUKR Atty J W Brown and G T Johnson have been appointed election commissioners for Rock castle county Sheriff R L Mc Ferron by virtue of his office is chairman of the committee The Mt t Vernon baseball nine defeated the Crab Orchard nine on the formers grounds Tuesday by a score of 2 to 6 A five inning i game was forfeited to the Mt Vera non boys in the fifth when the6 score stood 2 to 1 in favor of Crab Orchard The Mt Vernon boys lost Sung 3a days ball game to Livingston ntjrr t The Farmers Institute will be held here Sept 10 and n Wat h for further announcements The four month old baby oMr and Mrs Steve Carson was buried at Freedom last Friday William Hurt and Miss Sarah Metcalt were married in the County Clerks office this morning Rev W R Briscoe officiating Mr Thomas Wren and Mrs Mattie Coyle widow of the late John B Coyle were married here Tuesday Judge L W Bethurura performed the ceremony The Brown Memorial school opened Wednesday with an enroll ment of 86 more than twenty five per cent increase over anv forms year The attendance will go over one hundred for the fall term which is most incouraging to tht principal Miss Ida M Taylor wh has labored unceasingly for the building up of he school Uncle Horace Newcomb col ored who was a playmate of many of our older citizens dozens o whom have passed over died at hip residence in Louisville on Presto street on Friday afternoon last agedabout 85 He weut from Mt Vernon to Louisville with the fam ily of W P Newcomb in 1870 and remained in their service until the family returned to Rockcastle Since that time until his death hc was engaged in the livery stable business He was the soulof honor and was universally respect ed by all who knew him He way a hard worker and charitable to a remarkable degree He leaves a nice little fortune Amanda Mod rell his only near relative here attended the burial which took place on Monday being postponed one day awaiting her arrival A new device for delivering or ders to passenger and freight train men on the Pennsylvania because operative at noon to dyTo ob viate the uecessity or trains the trainmen will teceive their orders while going tjp speed The order will be attached lo hoops placed on poles outside the telegraph towers and as the train shoots by theby engineer or conductor will run his arm through the hoop containing his orders and take it along The hoops are to be turned into the roundhouse at the runExThe mentioned device was used by railroad agent at Mt Vernon nearly twenty years ago to deliver message to trainmen with out stopping train James Maret was agent BIG ENTERPRISE A deal which is now on if consumated will mean a big interprise for Mt Vernon On last Friday W J Sparks and S W Davis took a thirty days option on the farm of R B Mull ns better knownas the old Adams ifarm It is the purpose of Messrs Sparks and Davis to put in a crush er and time kiln near the cut a short distance this side of No i tunne While it is known that the rock suitable for ballast pur pose is there rji abundance yet the question to decide is whether or not the rock is suitable for lime which will be thoroughly tested and jf so found to be the work will be started at once which 1mean much for Mt Vernon Later in formation says that the deal will be a go and the rock crusher installer whether the rock is suitable for lime or not but as we did not get this direct do not give it as alto gether reliable I DIEDLast Friday morning August 23rd at 956 oclock death visited the home of Mr and Mr David Hysinger selected for its victim their beautiful daughter Ada aged twenty She was a vic tim of that awful disease consumption having been sick about 10 mo She bore her suffering without a murmur always seeming cheerful greeting her friends with a smile the day she died She leaves a father mother three sisters and six brothers S D Wm Jack Wade Burgess Roscoe Misses Carrie and Louise and Mrs Annie Rogers and a host of friends to mourn her loss She became a member of the Christian churchh at Rose Hill five years ago and has been a faith fur member always inh rplace in church and Sundayschool The funeral services were conducted by Revs MG Fish and A JPikeatihe Rose Hill church gfriendstheir last resting place in the family hurrying ground near the church The family lave the deepest communityI r urirsrrsswar o = =n Jv ffij fft n wI I N N F J 7 R S iU m Il f iillThis style Lathes Patent Colt 350kLivingstonAKv Aug 27th 1907 Editor Signal The men who settled this country were of a sttong religious character whether we take the Puritians of New England the Quakers and Scotch Irish of Penn sylvania the Catholics of Maryland the Cavaliers of Virginia or the Hugenots of the Carolinas They have all left their impress ou the achievements of our country and we of today would do well to follow in their illustrious footsteps While building their hearth stones and homes they did not fail to erect their family altars and along with the labor of tilling their lands they built the schoolhouse and church They feared God and kept his commandments Realizing they were laying the foundations of a Republic they recog nized God in everything Toiling hard six days in the Week blazing their way through the wilderness they remembered the Sabbath day to keep it holy Ot course men ot such sfroug convictions and holding principals such as our forefathers heldwere bound to have faults yet their vir ues tar out weighed the faults so that looking back upon them we can to their faults be blind and to their virtues very kind Men today about the old blue laws of New England and Cot ton Mather Mr Henry Watter son the distinguished orator and sayimen who made them in his address at Lexington a few weeks ago We of this generation are fast getting away from the old things and in our drifting it seems we are losing some of the best things in the life of our country There are those who can look back to their childhood day and re call the pleasant afternoons when ndISundgather the children together and beautifulioldnew Today it isdiffer ntSup day is the day of amusement and sports excursions picn csbase ball etc We fViDgi a materialistic ztrf WHATEVER may be your choice on fhe yourfortuneparel makes his choice here and never loses The stylish snappy 4 garments andJyy gU s the wideelipopular Shield Brand Clothes both handled at this storeforms a combina behindThe qual ity prevails in our other departments The Shoe Department has the iUyAT IOT SIIOS for men at S3SO and and the SOQISTYu SHOE for women at S5350 andmany others F We now show many new and exclusive ideas in Shirts Neckwear Hosiery Etc See ttleJ1ID1 L and you will want th epljij SJ I is i P afCF 1r L age and it is crowding the fin and nobler things out of our national and individual lives The in = sllores1andmany of those iour great cities live is given as the reason for the change in our observance of the Sabbath day While that may be true of the cities it certainly does not hold good in this section of the cJuntryI Here is a portion where no foreigners but all Americans of the puriest stock Furthermore to alarge extent the population is pastoral and rural so the excuse working from early morn to late at night with no time for recreatiou that is made in our cities does not hold good here Is not the lack of home training and the decline of family worship the cause of so much Sabbath des ecration in this section Are we willing and can we afford for a little bit of pleasure to lower onr ideals o1 life and set such a bad ex ample before the rising generation the hope of our country France and Spain once nations of glory and power now fading into obscurity are examples of what sabbath breaking leads to Are we willing to forego the honor pleas ure and privilege of rehearsing to our children the glories of the past by a little folly ou our part Whither are we drifting Let us halt and take our bearings A Sabbath well spent Brings a week of content And health for the toils of the morrow ProtinedIWhatsoever be gained Is a sure forerunner of sorrow CHAS G GIVEN i ORLANDO Born to Mrs Tribble Bryant Aug20tb a girl babyMrsS- arah Anderson who has been very sick for a few days is slightl- ylimprovedMrs W D Laswell visiting Mrs Day Mrs Dock Reynolds is very sickat present Dr Laswell was called to Round Stone Tuesday to see Mrs Joe Taylor who is v ryillMxs Flurry EvansLinie Hanley and l J b Mrs Jane Laswell were in Mt Vernon Monday having dental work done Mr and Mrs E J Anderson and Mrs Dora Ball were the guest of Mr and Mrs James Hackett of Dudley SundayMr and Mrs Leslie Clifford are rejoicing overran eleven pound girl which arrived at their home SundayH L Smith has purchased what is known as the Chenault property of Mr J A Wood also Mr Woods stock of goods Madam Rumor has it that we are to have a wedding in our town soon And from the prospects she must have it trueJoe- D Reams formerly of this place but now of Trenton Mo writes from St Joseph Mo that he will probably loose the sight of one of his eyes caused by a piece of steel getting in it He had to be taken to St Joseph Mo to the infirmary before the piece of steel could be removed Mr Abe Evans and two other employes for the Bridge Co were seriously hurt Monday bv a heavy piece oftimber striking them an d knocking them from the pier of the bridge one man was thought to be fatally hurt while the others will recover Mr Evans was brought to his home near this place Tues Frank Adams of Hummel has a very sick childThe thirteen months old child pfjfMr and Mrs Noah Mason diedt1ugr7th of summer complaintMr Porter of Clay County was ylsiting his daughter Mrs Rhoda Evans last weekMr Nancy McHargue was the guest of her grandson E Jg Williams while on her way to spend a few weeks wJthMr and Mrs Marion Uhasteen of WildieMrs Lizzie Ball is spending a few days Mt Vernon this week lin SPIRO r Miss Anna Hurleydof Jackson county is visiting the family of Rev jReubin Hurley this week There was Quite a crowd of young folks attended churph at Providence Sunday fMiss Emma Sutton and brothery Monroe of Brodheadare jn Rtheir many friends here thisw ekMissMa the McKinney entertained a large SaturdayjL Button a OUUUUGeOG OGOUOO gQOUQO dlda UUOOOOQggegeoo i A 6OOD FOR YOU I tTlieman or woman 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E R Gentry are the champion croquet players of placebars Sophia Owens has 3 severe attack of throat troubleJIL McKinney is visit ing relatives at Hansford this week Mrs Mat Owens continues about the salleTHe family ofV H Owens visited the family of W H Gentry Sunday lastGeorge the oldest son of rand Mrs Mat Owens was adjudged insane and gent tothe asylum again ENDORSED BY THE COUNTY The most popular remedy in OtsegoCounty and the best friend of my family writes Wrcr M Dietz editor and publisher of the Otsego rn l Gilbertsville N is Dr Kings New Descovery Ithas proved to bean infallible cure for couuhs and colds making short work for the worst of them We always keep a bottle in4 the house I believe it to be the most valuable prescription known for Lung and Throatdiseases Guar anjlee to never dissapointtlie3aker by Chas C Davis druggist Pric 5oc and rpo Trial bottle iFree lOlErsIf NlY tAR y j1 r 1mThis MenstGun Mettle 1m at 4 SSi s oaQOOOOC POSITION good help prepare other UUeOOOGO lviA 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graduates For particulars address WILBUR R SMITH Lexington Ky Floods which ave believed to be rhe heaviest that have been exper fenced for years are reported from Central Jrpan Some villiages have been completely submerged Nerve Sick If weak wornout nervous cannot sleep have indigestion head ache neuralgia or peri odic pains it is because your nerves are weak It is the lack of nerve force that makes the stomach heart lungs etc work imperfectly become sick Dr Miles Nervine cures the sick when it restores nerve strength and puts the power behind the organs to do their work Almost three years I suffered from palpitationsleep with comfort or walk or talk without suffering Altogether I was in a bad condition My doctor did not seem to do me any good I had tried so many remedies that I did not have much hope of any of them doing me any good Dr Miles Nervine was suggested by a friend I got relief from the first and after few 1nyp I felt like a new person It not only relieved my heart and nerves but has Invigorated my whole system I am very grateful because since I have stopped using it I have had absolutely no return of my old trouble MRS HOWARD FORD 60 Summit Ave Worcester Mass yourdruggistfirst bottle will benefit If It fails he will refund your money Miles Medical Co ElkhartInd REDUCED RATES VIA Queen t CreScent Route Niaera Falls Excursions via Queen Urssent Route July 25 qnd 30 August TO and 17 Write H C King C P A Lexington Vv for partculars augs tiwarr IPOH hiiiiil Fence I Jcheperthan wood TUhiestiiWetkss 11 I NiuIAssdsWatidsFskLtsulsI4wATJI41 CINCINNATI 0- jrodhead re IN tuit tt Irea FceMen fa ew a teJ Jo riHle Marble Work KYBRQDHEAD Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufacturedby ALBRIGHT FRATNCISCO Alsx Agents for hOp Fence 1 A iiww Ku1 f rrT E itiS IX GREAT YSjj POPULAR BELIEF IN KENTUCKY STATE FAIR SPECIAL FEATURES ARRANGED Program Announced For Every Day and Every Night =All Arc to Be ElalorateI Six special days and as many special nights mean that the Kentucky State Fair will fulfil Its promise to have something doing every minute of six great days and nights during the week of September 16th at Louisville Col W W Kite President of tIe Louis vile Board rf Trade is the General Chairman of the Committee on Special Days and has announced the follow ingMonday September 16School Chil drens Day C B Nordeman Member Louisville School Board Chairman Tuesday September 17Fraternal Day R S Brown President Louis ville Commercial Club Chairman Wednesday September 18 Louis ville Day Geo G Fetter Director Louisville Board of Trade Chairman Thursday September 19 Kentucky Day Lew B Brown of Harrodsburg President Kentucky Press Association September 20Southern In diana Day Adam Heimberger Presi dent New Albany Commercial Club Chairman Saturday September 21 Every bodys Day Everybody Chairman The Special Nights Committee is headed by J V Beckmann Manager of the Retail Merchants Association who has announced the special nights as follows Monday September 16German American Night F W Keisker Chair man Tuesday September 17IrishAmer ican Night Thos McCabe Chairman Wednesday September 18 Labor Night John Young President Louis yule Federation of Labor Chairman Thursday September 19 Press Nlght t Young E Allison Chairman Friday September 20 Military Night Col W B Haldeman Colonel Commanding First Kentucky Regi ment Chairman Saturday September 21 Farewell Night Smith T Bailey Chairman Mr Nordeman expects School Chil drens Day to bring little folks no only from Louisville but from all ove the State He has appointed ever county and city school superintendent in Kentucky as a member of his com mittee For Fraternal Day a large tent wil be erected where headquarters may b opened by representatives of all in ternal organizations to receive we come aVid register guests It Is th hope of Col Brown to have a serle of drills by the uniform ranks of th different organizations Mr Fetter will have the active cc operation of commercial industria financial and professional organiz lions in making Louisville Day on that will put it in Ted letters on thi Fair calendar No one will be bold enough howevei to challenge the popularity of Ker tucky Day Every indication point to its being the banner day of tin week Mr Brown has named man prominent editorsof Kentucky as hi associates on this committee He counting upon several large excursion from different points The editors wll hold a rally on the night of Kentuck Day which is known as Press Night and Col Allison Is arranging a very at tractive program Press headquarter are to be established at the Fail groundsMr is not only appoint lug Southern Indiana editors but heads of commercial organizations ii that section as members of the Southern Indiana Day Committee The programs for every night will be attractive This will be especial true of Military Night when the Firs Regiment will give an exhibition drill In front of the grandstand While the days and nights have been given some special name it does not follow that the State Fair management wishes to confine the attendance to these interested In the way that the name Indicates On the contrary th State Board of Agriculture Inviter everybody to come every day and every night At a great outlay of money the Stat Board of Agriculture has contracted with Captain Roy Knabenslftfe to briar his passengercarrying airship tin marvel of the century to the Ken tucky State Fair September 16 to 21 and give daily flights an4 exhibition with a night ride in the air guided by a searchlight Pains famous Manhattan Beach fire works and a gigantic pyrotechnic spec tacle the eruption of Vesuvius an actual reproduction of the aweinspir tag calamity of 1906 will be given nightly in front of the grand stand at the Kentucky State Fair in Louisville September 16 to 21 A State Fair ribbon has the backing of the Commonwealth Kentucky It Is a tronhy bf big value aside from the money that accompanies ft Sensational acrobatic acts will be given free each day at the Kentucky State Faiiy la front of the grand 1tJD4 l h L GREAT BARGAim For sale 198 acres landon waters of Roundstone creek near slate tunnel No iIi prpvemeuts and only sucb timber as necessary to supPly the necessary use nthe Jnnd40 acres ridge land and level Would make att ideal stock farm 27 or 150 per acre takes the bound ary JKor further infbrmatipn adr dressRAc ron MtVer nonXt oti iji ti BEREA COLLEGE Berea College has SOMETHING GOOD tot every young man and youngladvIt many classes and de partments that each student can be placed with others like himself and make most rapid progress TRAINING AND STRENGTHDo you desire them for teaching business farm or household management music use of tools and ma chineryno matter whatcome BereaTo toI see thingsDo you wish to change your experience and your acquaintace among the best people come to BereaITHE TIME To START is in the Fall September the eleventh You CAN have sour share in these great pleasures and advantag es Do not let this chance and op portunity pass by unimproved Find out about it Write for the beautiful new announcement and atalogue of students All ques ions answered and friendly greet- Ings extended by the Secreary WILL C GAMBLEBerea The one hundredth anniversay fthe abolition of the slave U ade- nd the centenary of the births oi vVhittier Longfellow and Agassiz were observed at Boston on Mon lay Tuesday and Wednesday THE LIMIT OF LIFE The must eminent medical scien ists are unanimou in the conclus on that the generally accepted imitation of human fife is maO years below the attainment pos l ble with the advanced knowledge- of which the race il now posessed The critical period that deturmines ts duration seems to be between 3o and 60 the proper care of the oody during this decade cannOI e too strongly urged carelessness then beiug fatal to longevity Na ares best helper after 5o is Elec net Bitters the scientific tonic nedicine that revitalizes even rgan of the body Guaranteed by Jhas C Davis druggist Soc The entire State of Alabama is A Mild Laxative For Babys Bowels begivenpiUs or tablets when the bowels are con stipated and neither should any medicine be used that contains a narcotic- It is well for mothers to remember that there is no better gentler or more effective remedy for childrens stomach and bowel troubles than Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin Its purity and mildness make it especially adapted to young surelytonic ingredients it not only cleans out systemevery way Among the thousands who are txsine Dr ofMayfleldher baby reu1azlyand that she would not be longtimeMothers will find this an invaluable remedy dyspepsialiver andbowelsand by its use a home cure at very little cost is easily broulthtabout Children are often troubled with skin dis eases are backward in school lose weight and reallytheDr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin will correct Go to seehowuseIncent bottle has often restored an entire family FREE TEST Iwells thosewhobyaddressln2 symptoms of stomach or disease yet most for THEPUBLICproductbears COt III M L MYERSI DentistMt f FirstClass 1 Work FFICEAt residence on Old rain St kuown as theCC Wil jams residence PHONE No 73 Cf C Williame ATTORNEYATJ MT VERNON KY The OFFICE On2CG floor ot Bank o Mt vernOilOn iziurc- ustreetSpecial attention given to collections eNo8o JCMcCLitRY IJnclertakprJ Emb JJne Comulete IRobes Ordeis by Telephone tfttem dpl Stnford Ky i r More Than 25000 in Prizes CA State Fair ribbon has the backing ol the Commonwealth Kentucky Its a trophy with a big value aside from the money that accompanies i- tLowest Rates by Rail and River You Just Cant Afford to Miss It Come and bring all the folks and the attendance will be swelled to the much desired figure a quarter million in six great days See our new grounds and new buildings costing 275000 steel aad concrete grand stand mammoth exhibition barnS fastest trot ting track in the world Trotting Pacing Running Races Daily An amusement program running way into thousands of dollars united with an exhibition plan never belore attem- ptedSEPT16219015 A A LOUISVILLE Capt Knabenshue in his passengercarrying airshipthe marvel of the centurywith daily flights and exhibitions and a night ride in the air guided by a searchlight Balloon racesthe most exciting of aerial sports and a captive balloon Sensational acrobatic acts free each day And the worlds greatest living color page of amusement eater prisesPains famous Manhattan Beach lire works and the gigantic pyrotechnic spectacle Eruption of Vesuvius actual reproduction of the aweinspiring calamity of 1906 given nightly fn the infield in front of the grandstand Three concerts daily by Natiello and his premier band of filly artists from the Land of Music Remember the Kentucky State Fair was created by the Kentucky Legislature and is given under the auspices of the Kentucky State Board of Agriculture Write lot catalogue and illustrated descriptive book- R E HUGHES Secretary Louisville 3gDC86DeG X33 Jc Closing Ouf af Cost 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