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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 t j Published Ev ryt Friday C VOLUME XX MT VERNON ROGKOAST E COUNTY XY FRIDAY SEPT 6 1907 NUMBER 50 L 1 fmsmfumiimnimi 1111 9 Ti f g iWE HAVE AN c= = c Clothes for the naked E Glasses for the blind = Shoes for the barefooted E Gloves that are lined = Curtains for the windows E Shoestrings and laces g Lamps wicks andoil E To light the dark places Dried fruit canned goods EI Everything to eat Caps for the head E Andsocks for the feet gCalicoof the finest E That never fades E Woolen goods for dresses == Ribons for oldmaids E Tobacco for men folks li ki I Vrarrners Tnsfifufe The Farmers Institute for Rock castle county will be held in the court house in Mt Vernon on Tnes day and Wednesday September 10 and nth For this work the Legislature of the State has appropria ted 1560000 which amount is expended for lecturers who are conducting these Institutes in ery county in the State The men selected for this work were chosen because of their extensive knowl edge and experience in the line of farm work which they discuss The three lecturers who will be hereto conduct the Institute are Hon R C Crenshaw Assistant Commissioner of Agriculture E C Martindale of Wilkinson Ind and W T Kane of Fallsburg Ky practical farmers and men who have devoted their lives to farm work Following are the subjects to be discussed by each By Mr Crenshaw Restoration of Lands to a State of Productiveness 2 Necessity of Conserving Soil Moisture Leguminous Plants 4 Alfalfa Its value and How to Grow 5 SheepThe Friend tottie Man on a Poor Farm 6 Tobacco Breeding for Quality and Type 7 Wheat Preparation of Soil and Seeding 8 Seed Cprn Selection and Test ing 9 Family Parteriership or Family Corporation 16 The Girl on the Farm rBy Mr Kane 1I Alfalfa Oy t IBieeding and Developemerit of Diseases 3 Sheep v 4 Goats 5 Pastures on Hill Lands t 6 Pure SeedV7 Maintaining Soil Fertilityr on b Lands is Beautifying ttielidmei 8v Mr Martiudale3 t 1t f il i i r i dUUIfI 111+ Hats for the ladies Toys for the children Bottles for the babies Queensware glassware Pit hersitndhowls Leathers for harness And leather for soles Straps and stringsj iBuckles and screens The finest of silks And the coarsest ofje ans Potatoes and apples Lardand meat Butter from the country t Fresh and sweet v Tea and coffi eii 1i Sugar and rice i 3 Woru VHjil I The Care and Mana gemenfc ot Beef Cattle 2 Buying and Rearing Cattle to Feed 3 The Farmers Horse his Care and Training 4 How to Get a Good Stand of Clover 5 How to Handle the Clover Crop 6 How Clover Improves the Soil 7 Good Pastures 8 Tile Drainage Why and How 9 Improving the Soil 10 The Land Owner and Ten antI An Agricultural Education 12 The Farm Fence 13 The Home and Its Influence 14 The Boy 15 Selection Care and Testing Seed Corn of Soil Planting and Tillage of1 Corn We earnestly urge upon the farmers the importance of attend ing this meeting What our farm ers are is what our country will be and thefarming interests ot this county certainly deserve more at tention than they have heretofore been deceiving Farmers you are helping pay the expense of holding this institute and when this plan of instructing the farmers in better farming better stock raising and better everything connected with the farm and when the Kentucky Legislature appropriated the 500000 yearly for the carrying on of this work it was one of the best days work ever done for the State When the time comes that our farmers study the conditions and needs of the different ilwhat product Is better adopted to the different soil and th nstiidythe best way of cultivating then we may expect our county To im prove our farmers to become more prosperous and our farms more valuable That is the object of these Institutes to meet and ex change ideas get the plans aid manner of farming which those who have been most successful have persuedL Every farmer in the iriit p etf ittb hlmaelfj to family v v 3spr W1nJ t VV OPEN TO g WANTS pf OUR- CUSTOMERS I Beans and crackers = Cheese andspice = Oysters and salmon Flour mid meal X 3 Mouse j To make 3Powder for laces Powder for hunters t- Axes rfor choppers Y = And remedies for grunters Chewing gum candy v = Corset and bustle =j The people come frading = And how we do hustle i = Medicine to make you sick = Medicine to maLe you well Infaot Aye have everything That the best stores selLT = EU T1Iu Ir1 zt+ I timmmNMi l1UlUHUU1U1UlllUl11l1UU11U1U1U lUUUllU1U1Ul1U1UUlUUU1UUHUUUUUU1UUUU1UUUUU1U1U 3 SwineandTbdr 16LPreparations THE trapsandcats tlieinicesnuealt JZ and to his county to be present at this meeting Its for your benefit and you are the one to prosper from its results Reports from every other county in the State where the Institutes have been held show great interest manifested on the part of the farmers and we certainly trust that our farmers will do their part towards making the one inMt Vernon next week equal to that of any other connty We cannot urge too strongly the importance of being present at this meeting it means too much for the farmers for them not to get the full benefit of it The time hris come when more attention must be paid to the farms and to stock raising in this county With farm ing as with every other business the farmer must improve as other business interests advance There is as much difference between the old time farmer and the present uptodate farmer as there is between the common school teacher of fifty years ago and the teacher of today in conclusion let us again urge upon every farmer who wants betterijtc be present next Tuesday and Wednesday at the Rockcastle Co Farmers Institute If you think it impossible to be prerent both daysthen come on Tuesday the first day and we will guarantee that you will come early the second day tbat you may get a good seat President G S Guiffinand Secretary M G Fish makes an earnestpla for a large tendance ENDORSED BY THE COUNTY The most popular remedy in Otsego County and the best friend of my family writes Wm M Dietz editor and publisher of the Otsego Journal Gilbertsyille N JV rYJhascure for cpuuhs and colds making short work for the worst of them We always keep a bottle in the house I believe to bethe most rvalue bie prescription known for Lung and Throat diseases7 Ouar an feetc nevendissapipint the taker by Chas G Davis druggist Price 5oc and i 06 Trial botlle fr- eeioIIYIIOILXAi r drs ttu ORLANDO DEAD After a long siege of ty phoid fever James Henry Jones the youngestson of Robert and Eliza Jones died Sept 3rd he will laid to rest today in the family burying grounds at Mr David Laswells the bereaved family have our sym pathyMrs Francis Cotton is very sick of typhoid Born on JasBrooksagirlMrs Conway was visiting her father J C Childress of this place last week Mr and Mrs Marion Chasteen formerly of this place but now of Wildie are rejoicing over the ar rival of a girl baby at their home last week Miss Allie Laswell was visiting relatives at Wildie Monday between trains Lewis M Owens and Mrs Nancy McGuire were married at the home of the bride Tuesday Mr Jeff Williams is numbered among the sickMiss Anna Proc tor and Mrs Jess Proctor were visit ing Mrs IA Wood this week The Stork visited the home of Mr and Mrs Jerry Laswell Satur day and left with them a fine girl News was received here lastweek ofthe death of Mr Richard Adams he eldest sotuof Will and Nancy Adams who sonic years ago went from this place to the west They now live at Red Pork I T He ha been ick for some weeks of typhoid and on August2 succum bed to its powerful pangs He was twenty three years of age and well liked by all who knew him lIe was visiting his grandparents at this place about six months ago and his deathwill be a sad fctthis friends he made while here The heart broken family have our deepest sympathy lhtheitsad affliction Mr Henry Smith and Mrs Lillie Jlundleyj the widow of DC M nry Hundley were married in Rich tnond Monday and returned Jto thislace1ueaday where they wilt reside They will occupy t- hehou1d l by E 01 W11bL J tt HAZLE PATCH Miss Lillie Woodall is recovering from an attack of Malaria Lewis McCall is right sick with fever Mrs C M Henry and SODS of Chicago III and Mrs Dodge ofArizona are spending the summer at SEOusleys their fatherMrs W W Ousiey has returned from a two weeks visit to her parents at Louis villeMrs M E Murphy son and daughtet of Columbus Ohio spent two weeks with M E Mur php at this place returning borne last SundayMiss Louana Whitehead of Mt Vernon visited the Misses McCall from Friday until Monday of List week Miss Grace McCall returned home with her for a visit of a few weeks Miss Anna Bruner teacher at WildCat went home to London for the fairVMrs Lucy Woodal visited Mrs Mary Williams and Miss Lily Woodal first of tile weekBurd- etteYcKtnzieassistantagent at this place visited homefolks at Mt Vernon SundayMiss Judith McCall is attending school at Mt VernonJ K Nicholson spent part of the week in London on business James Nicholson moved into a new building in Hazel Patch J K Nicholson his father moving into the building on the farm Mr John Prewitt is on Scaggs Creek ia the imterest of Spotswood Lumber Co J J McCall went to Mt Vernon OM business Wedn- esdtyEd Decker sad Logan Mc Call are assisting in measuring lumber for SjwtswoW Lumber Co about 30 to 40 teams per day being now employed Mrs Etrie Sanas is in London visiting her sister Mrs Grace Hub bardMr RC Logan concrete inspector was in Livingston on business Wednesday The public school at this place conducted by Charley Luker is quite successful The Sunday school with J M Bandell of Surveyors Camp as Snpt assisted by H 15 Miller and Mr R Woodal is progressing nicely having good attendance and all seem interested in the good woikO D Bryant is day Agent e 1887 S i mtdlhomes in the town are open to students Trms VI mgood and tuition 10500 Tuition alone 3000 2000 j For catalogues address M tVmm 9 lBJY2 2t 2 at this place assif ted by Burdette McKenzie Emmett Bryant works at nightM W Linch exagent is living on his farm one mile from this placeIra Liuch now occupies one of the little section houses W H Jones is section foreman Jas Southards working car is stationed on the switch at this place R A Welch manager for Long mire and Sparks spent from Sun day till Monday with homefolks at Mt Vernon He reports their worknearly finished Hazel Patch is quite a civilized little village with its little shacks and huts occupied by white and black The people are all peace able The working class of color ed en the grades are all very quiet The works are all progressing nicely For a general good time and plenty to eat just come to Hazel Patch a s THE LIMIT OF LIFE The most eminent medical scien tists are unanimous the conclus ion that the generally accepted limitation of human fife is many years below the attainment possible with the advanced knowledge of which the race is now posesses The critical period that deturmines its duration seems to be between 50 and 60 the proper care of the body during this decade cannot be top strongly urged carelessnes then beiug fatal to longevity Na tures best helper after 5o is Elec trict Bitters the scientific tonic medicine that revitalizes every byChasThe entire State of Alabama is A- SWEilBO 1 or fashicr6le people x3k R Our J Established TEACHERS ASSOCIATION Teachers association for magis tonal district No i will be held at SeptIDevotional exercises Bro Campbell Welcome address Mr Geo Fish Response Henry Bowman What is a teacher Lee Chestnut Essay Miss Ellen WildV How should pupils be led to quire the lUles for spelling Miss Hattie Poynter How teach arithmetic Mrs Adkins Give methods for teaching primary members Miss Vira Debord What can be done with the lazy child Miss Mayme Jon s How cultivate the memory James Pennington5V What should be done with the tatVllci LA NOONVSong association How may teachers command higher salaries Supt Ballard Recitation Miss McKenzie What are the most important qualifications a teacher should pos sess Miss Kizzie Ponder Composition Mrs M Bryant Book review Miss Mary Jones How decorate schoolroomVMiss Brown Debate Resolve that Washington deserves more than Lincoln forV what he did- Affirmative Negative- S E Chandler S F Bowman Jack Laswell J W Lee C B Anderson James Penningtoa- f 4 oclckadjournment SVV r rj Wenaveius w at of Jjixe oanfand Ltlie Americ8i American Lad11 ESMan ta tl urecTby the HamiltonBrown Shoe Go Sth ii r i Louis Mo A positive guarantee goes with ev ery pair of AMERICAN GENTLEMAN oj 9 AMERICAN LADY Shoes If you areltJb 0 f i inK for uptodate footwear i dont fail to call r iand see our line 1 CLOSING OUT j We are closing out over 2000 pairs of otherVbrands of Shoes new and good in order to make room for our Spring shipment on winch t we can save you 2 5to 75per cent We are iidt talking through our hats but mean just wHat r1 we say tl Whether you want to buy Shoes or not visijU A1 l iour stbre get QUI prices ng we willconvin eV d Iyfl that we arc sellipgioes choaper tIianyouk were ever able to buy them beforeV 4i h cxJ i Ir d t ER soj Na 11 f c i r q a I i rr Y i iT MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Sept 6 1907 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOOj Advertising rates made known on applicationS MEMBER OP KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION DEMOCRATIC TICKET For United States Senator J C W Beckham For Governor S W Hager For Attorney General John K Heud ricksFor State Superintendent ot Schools M OWinfrey For Commissioner of Agriculture J W Newman For Lieutenant GoveniorrSouth Trim bleFor Auditor H M Bosworth For Secretary of State Hubert Vree land For Treasurer Ruby Lafoon For Clerk Court of Appeals 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 The following is a brief extract of Judge Hagera spegch delivered at Lexington last Saturday When a fearless and honest delegate boldly denounces that assassination upon the floor of the convention that nominated my opponent Mr Wilson and vigor ously declared that the men who killed Goebel even though they were working in the interest of the Republican party ought to be banged Everyone of them should die for this crime aud if the party wants success it must not shrink this issue but must see that every man connected with this foul murder pays the fun pen alty of the law he received not the slightest evidence of sympathy but on the contrary a stubborn sphinxlike silence spread over that body of Republican delegates and an ominous flown of disap proval of that sentiment marked with emphasis the feature of all Along its courserare haunting twirits f fait i3Phe Me t iool uuced tot the children of ia these as in all made the Democratic party vith the people and jntent with mere decIaraWJt tdge the Demo r Mithejpeople of tAnce Hegisla the times H J j 1 to A d him y 4 Iqpmen- tv ae further r aimon school Diof a great uni + j I ufSt te c9ethe passage of propef cltild Jabor laws and the strengthning ofhealth and similiar laws The Demorcatic party IMS al ways been the friend of labor in this country and has favored and eacouriged its brgaiiiaztio- nI am in favor of everyproper law ttrt ctJborfiotheeniroa b- r ent of capital upon its rights and i cvcry proper law that vil preserve to capitpl and its natural rights As GpTenkM 1 would be carefulJo te tjiat no Uw unjust to either t t capital or labor should becom eflfective I am and at all times have been in favor of fair ana honest elections not only in the State but also inI the counties and in the cities at d towns of this Commonwealth Election manipulators should be rightIevery cast his vote and it is also his right to have his vote counted ns it is cast In this Commonwealth there is no place for those who jug gle returns but we demand a fair and honest count ofall the legal votes cast Honesty and fair deal ings in politics are as essential to good government as honesty in the administration of all govern mental affairs He then declared himself in favor of all possible reforms in dealing with the charitable institu tions of the State and referred te the work he claimed had already been done by the Democratic ad ministratonComing to the question of temperance Mr Hager said Mr Wilson his opponent had dodged the issuer have never been fanatical or un reasonable but have had my inde pendent views without disparagi jg any other whose views upon any question might differ from his own My sympathies have always been with the cause of temperance and I have always beenin favor of such reasonable and feasible legislation as might be demanded by the sen timent of my State I am in hearty accorJ and sympathy with the best and most feasible tern perence thought and heartily in dorse any rational movement or law that tends to the moral up building or uplifting of the State I indorse without reserve the action of the last Democratic Gen eral Assembly in passing the County Unit Law which law I be lieve to be in harmony with the principles of my party and to be thoroughly Democratic it should be extended so as to apply to all counties I am in favor of all reasonable proper and feasible legislation on the temperance ques tion and any and all such laws would haye my earnest and honest support and approval If we should have our proud Common wealth occupy the en viable position before the world that she should occupy her laws must be enforced without fear or favor without prejudice or partiality while the criminal and penal laws of the State should be rigidly en forced those relating to the proper observance of the Sabbath should be as strictly enforced r then put the quest Mson as to whether if Vior he would pardon murderfcf ipJars experence as the mancial department of Vently assert that the Clients though not it 1 an and ought to be ltedected Governor I- 4n ge to the Legisla uieud that it be reduced cents the lowest tax rate ever experenced since the adoption of the present Constitution The speaker further reiterated the explanation made during the Democratic primary campaign re garding the public printing con tracts the special attorneys fees and the State Capitol architect fees in all of which he declared the Democratic administration had ac ted with the most wisdom He also declared he would not it elected Governor be a candidate for the United States Senate or any other office within the gift of the people COMING TO TOWN HON JAMES P K1YETT with his lecture Eden in ihe Babkwood Oratory Humor Laughter Mr Kivett has made a tour ofthe Soutk and West with this lecture and it was a great success every where it was given 1 Jim Kivetts Eden in tbeiBark woods is the best lecture ever de veredio Athens except Bob Taylor s Fiddle and Bow Atheni an Athius Tex Mr K fe highly reconunend ed by colleges chrches imdv the Pnk rt iCome and Yoa Aw e entertain ed ChristkM ckurch Sept 7 730 p m Adipiaeioa jo a d 25 cenU 4u Qf Wipj te11J fci A HOUSEWARMING NEW HOME OF THE KENTUCKY STATE FAIR DESTINED TO BECOME GREAT Many Advantages Offered Exhibitor and Visitors A Brief scription Housewarmings are as old as Ken tucky When Daniel Boone built the first log cabin of the Commonwealth that has passed its 115th anniversary he brought other Virginians to christen it with the Warmth of a hospitality that was destined to become proverbial and whose fame was to know no bounds That was a meager house warming The State Board of Agricul ture invites all citizens of Kentucky and adjoining states and everyone else who is interested to a housewarming of the new home of the Kentucky State Fair in Louisville September 16 to 21 Where Boone invited a few friends to a small hut made of beeches the Board of Agriculture extends an invitation to a score of buildings into many rooms of which the Boone Jog hut would set snugly and to grounds have ing an expanse running beyond 125 acresWhen the General Assembly created the State Fair and lodged its futura with the State Board of Agriculture it gave to that Board authority to pur chase grounds and buildings Louis ville and Jefferson county appropriated and subscribed through its citizens J1C5000 After months of endeavor the Board closed negotiations with the Douglas Park Jockey Club for a racing plant that had just been completed taking over 129 acres of ground and improvements In buildings macadam roads track drainage fencing etc jiyorth more than 200000 and which are both new and modern The grounds and buildings were vat ued at 300000 but the Board of Agri culture secured them for 275000 pay ing 165000 down and going in debt for the remaining 110000 It will of course be necessary in the future to erect additional tulldings for exhibi tion purposes an amphitheater etc but at the present time the wants of the State Fair are tully met In what It has The allsteel hnd concrete grand stand is oneS of the best ever construct ed in this country while the stables both for the purpose of exhibition and for stalls are most excellently erected In the mile track the State Fair has what Is acknowledged to be the fastest exhibition track in this country Hav tng been used many years jigo for trot tins meetings large trees are to ba found here and there on the grounds while grass grows luxuriantly through out The transportation facilities both steam and electric are adequate and very desirable The grounds are lo cated on the main line of the Louis yille 8 Nnshrllle Railroad which has a switch running the full length of one side giving to exhibitors whether of live stock agricultural Implements or the products of the farm everything desired In this direction and such con ditions means great advantage to the exhibitor To take care of the immense crowds expected to attend the Fair the street railway company operates a fast lino over double tracks direct to the eiP trajice aud has a loop on which to store 100 cars at a time Only t vcjtv five minutes are cousuniivl in the trh tram the heart of the tI i trance Situated on a wellke t ooue vard that intersects the Grand Boule vard of Louisville the grounds art most accessible to carriages and auto fThe of Agriculture has been congratulated upon the wisdom it displayed in buying these grounds and buildings If an unimproved tract had ben purchased It would have been im iTsslble to complete buildings In time to hold elthrr this years or the 19IS IaIr on it This would have necessi tated the renting either of the place that has beep bought or Churchill Downs an outlay of no small propor tions By getting Douglas Park there will he 9 steady Income from rents cf stnlls to owners of trotters and pacers who wish to use the track for training purposes Furthermore the Beard is in complete control of the grounds and hag already gone on record as prohibit ing pool selling or gambling of any kind and the sale cf spirituous vinous or malt liquors The Kentucky State Fair offers In the brewer of all kinds of live atoch an excellent opportunity to bring his stock to the publics attention in a way that no other occasion offers if ha Is hunting a purchaser he will flnrl at the State Fair many persons in he market for just such stock as he maj wish to show or sell This glvo him the chance of getting premium1 ai well as the best price for his stock It Is the purpose of the State Bnird of Agriculture to make of the Ken tucky State Fair aa educational insti tution wltfi exhibits not only ol liva tock and agricultural rad horticul tural resources but displays from tin forests mines nd mills In Natiellos Band a premier mu sical organization with fifty allstai artists the Kentucky State Fair will have a program that should prove a great drawing ca d Three conc rti are to be given daily on the grand stud KILLTHCOUCH ANi CURE THE LUNG Wn Dr Kings Nlw DI8C11I1 I ONSUMPTION OlMHfaJ LD IPrlel 8ut Oken0ale kall- amo L1DlGOoKQ if e OOJ I BARGAINS 1 J U z jOc d f i t CO M1 I 1 1 And take n drInk of water with with anc antI while in see my nice line of CROSSET SHOES They make Life8 rllks Easy Newest 8tjI03 D Prices 300 to 750IGT JOHNSON 0 K TORE OlPosit Comt Ionseo I j BARGAINS I 3 q C qbqbc BKODHEAD N Giles Carter has returned from a weels stay in Friendville Tenn Walter Turpin and wife of Orlando are the guest of Mr and Mrs A E Aloright Messrs W ft Leece F L Durham R E Al bright Nick Carter Dr O O Stone and E R Gentry attended the hop at Mt Vernon last Friday night They report one of the best times of their lives Mrs M E Wilmott and daughter Miss Mattie are visiting friends and rel atives in Laurel Co W H Leece has returned to Monticello after having spent three weeks with his parents Mr and Mrs Granville Leece on Jppper CreekC C Cable left here Tues day morning for Havana Cuba where he holds a fine position with the Snare Trust CoMiss Phil ips of Wildie visited her aunt Mrs J W Tate first of weekMiss CljdeV Wilmott left Wednesday for an extended visit at Knoxville Tenn where she will be the guest of her sister Mrs G W Brooks Mrs D B Rambo who has been ill is able to be up again we are glad to say Mrs Ellen Mabafiey attended the London Fair and while there won three blue ties on hand work Mrs J W Butche son aud son James Edward are at the Crab Orchard Springs recuper atingMrs James Owens has re turned from a two weeks yisit to her daughter Mrs Lizzie Sutton of Louisville Mrs W K Sugars and son are visiting her parent Mr and Mrs KL Tanner at Me Kinney Miss Lida Hilton hah re turned from a weeks visit to Mrs L B Hilton in Stanford Miss Frances Forbes of Level Green is visiting her many lady friends here Miss Ethel Hiltu left Thurs day for Lexington where she will entet Hamilton College She was accompanied by her sister Mrs R H Batson of Lancaster Quite a crowd will attend the Sunday School Convention at Wildie from here Sunday John Benton enter tai ed the younger set at a part last Friday evening all present re port a very enjoyable time Mrs Judith Chestnut has returned ftom Stanford where she visited lies daughterMrsW I Herrin- Miss Burdette Owens entertained quite a nrt1betor her friends at a social last Wednesday evening all there joyfdtb 1se1vesfine itiTAJrji i Have you received an appoint NorImalperintendent at once about it The Institution stands for the teachers and pupils of Kentuckys rural schools Ifyou have not seen the new catalogue write a postal card re quest for one today AddressR N ROARK Pres 8i6tf Richmond Ky Am better prepared than ever to test and fit the eyes with glasses Have all the latest appliances for testing A fit guaranteed Do all kinds of watch and clock repairing Make your old spec frames look like new Repair your gold and silver rings etc etc All kinds of machine needles arid repairs kept Very truly S C FRANKLIN W ACARSON PArNTERI AND PAPERHANGER WALLPAPER R OM- MOULPINGS ETC Let us make an estimate on work before placing your order All Work Guaranteed REGULAR AS THE SUN j s an expression as old as the race JJo dpubt the lisinj and setting of the sun is the most regular Derfor mance in the universe unless it is tie action of tl e liver and lx wets when ireguiated with TJrl Kings Nek ifcife PUtik 9uaranteed by k is iji m 0C 2en k ill fI BARGAIN SAL =1 will sell at Cost for a few days all SUMMER 1 GOODS I Ladies and Childrens Hats and Slippers I A GREAT CLEARANCE SALE 5i They have to go to make ready for the full stock Come take advantage of this sale white it lasts A G HIATT ATT KENTUCKY trConvenience of the Savings Account ipersons keep their money here as a permanent iMany because the risk of loaning to individuals is a iniinvestment you can compute the net returns Small amounts may be added at any time A savings 3 account ffers a profitable means to realize on funds that are idle awaiting investment You may withdraw a part or the J3L entire amount atany time With a determination to save you are always welcome here Why not lend your money to the rf bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts as you fan save from time to time We will pay you a regu- larQ rate oflitferest on your money Well explain in detail if you will call at the bank THE BANK OF MT VERNON INCORPORATED MT VERNON KENTUCKY 1 tt11111t111tl111J1tI1f1t11I 11111 Willis Griffin 1 PRACTICAL aUNDERTAKER = 3 2FUNERALJ Mt Vernon Ky = Stock Complete Can furnish on short no Etice Metalic Coffins and Caskets and have JSinbalming = doneFineHearseatt9ched = ORDERS by wire Promptly filled 3 E Phone No 63 =1 fiUUUU1UU1UUUl1UUl1UU11U1UU1lUU11UIUUUUIU1U1U1U 1 Subscribe tot thtttII p 1N iil Jl 1LiJ0 MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY Sep 6 190 79 Can up No 79 whenyou want to Corn muni cate with SIGNAL 79 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 m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered sit the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secondclass mail matter PERSONAL TC Powell is improving rapid ly Mrs F L Thompson shows but little improvement Marion Denham was at home a few days this week E B and Claud C Cox are in Louisville buying goods W H Lewis has a position with W J Sparks at Sparks Quarry Cashier W L Richards was in Louisville Monday and Tuesday Ben L Adirins of Williamsburg was here for a few hours Sunday James Kirkendall has about re covered from along seige of fever Richard Williams is here from Somerset for a few days visiting relativesMrs Brown is in Louisville buying her fall and winter line of millineryJohn Miller L U Conduc tor spent a few days with home folks this week Mrs S C Franklin will leave to day for a several days visit with relatives near Wildie W T Davis of this office and C A Davis L N conductor took in the Somerset fair Mrs J E Vowels spent several days here the guest of the family of her brother R A Welch Mrs R B Mullins and Miss Bes sie attended the AdamsWhite wedding at Livingston Sunday Mrs J C Tavlor spent several days in the country with her par ents Mr and Mrs Mat Owens Mt and Mrs Rome Adams and Mr and Mrs C H White are guests of Mr and Mrs RB MullinsMiss Ida May Adams on account of bad health has resigned her po sition at Live Oak Fla and returned home Neal Parrottand family visited Mrs Pdrrotts parents Mr and Mrs A Pennington at Livingston this week W H Jones the Wildie mer chant was here Tuesday and told us he would probably sell out and leave WildietMiss Allie Lee Houk left yester dar morning for Jamestown Ind to make her home with her broth er J E Houk Dr A G I ovell has returned fr om a two weeks stay at Crab Or chard springs feeling much improved in health Dr Joseph Baugh came yester day to locate here for the practice of his profession His office will be over J T Adams store W J Sparks has rented rooms in Louisville and will move his family there about the 15th They will return to Mt Vernon in the spring Mrs Emma Adkins is teaching in the public school W A B Da vis having given up the place to accept a positinon in vg H Car micals restaurant M Ballard the regular teacher expects to be able to take charge in a month The many iriendsof L T Stew art were glad to see him on our streets again Monday Mr Stew art has been under treatment at Richmond for several weeks and he says he is feeling almost like new man We certainly hope he will soon regain his health Our good friend D R Gentry who recently returned from the west that he and his family might be relieved of the chills and fever contracted in pklakomawas In town today looking almost himself again Mr Gentry says be likes the west but does not like so much shaking His family suffered equally as mach ishe one of the little haying sr severe chill while on the rotd home t C5 Wade H Brown will leave Sun day for Oklahoma to make his fu ture home Miss Eva Fish returned yesterday from a several weeks visit at Norton Va Mrs G M Ballard has returned from Richmond where she under went an operation a few weeks age decidedly improved R B Hatcher returned Tues day from a several days visit to hi daughter Mrs W E Brady of Corbin While there he had the pleasure of seeing twosisters whom he had not seen for tbmysb years LOCAL Dont fail to attend the farmer institute J T Adams is thinking of cot vorting tile basement ot his slcj intoa sleeting rink An ide place Dont forget the lecture at tl e Christian church tomorrow nigh Given under the auspicies of th Willing Workers See announcement elsewhene in this is ue WANTED Three or four vok good heavy work cattle well broke address FRANK MULUNS Aug 2v3t Ward Ky A WARRNING TO TRESPASSERS I will prosecute all persons trespassing on my lands without re gard to age or sex S I64t JNO W MILLER Tuesdays ball game between Mt Vernon and Livingston played on the formers grounds resulted in a score 21 to 12 in favor of the visiting team As indicated by the score both sides played rocky ball H S Bvanaman of Wildie is making a world wide reputation a a tomato raiser From one vine bl his new tomato called the Nuget he has already gathered 389and says he believes he will be able to get that many more before the sea son is over A prize of 25 in raisingior oue vine and Mr Branaman is fully confident that he will be easily the winner NOTICE The Fiscal court will on the i3th day of September 1907 at the court house in Mt Vernon receive bids for the purpose of repair ing the bridge crossing Roundstpne creek at Livingston Ky All bids to be approved by said court and said court reserves the right to ac cept or reject any or all bids Lum ber to be furnished by the county or bidder may furnish lumber A copy attest JOHN D MILLER C R C C NOTICE have not as yet had any applicants to State College or Richmond I have only appointed two to State College Lexington I can appoint five to Richmond arid four to Lexington It does seem to me that some of our boys and girj would avail themselves of the op pottunity It is not too late yet so let me have a full numberRespectfully G M BALLARD L N CHEAP RATESTO Cov ington Sept 16 to 18 474 round- trip limit Sept 2ist account Ken tucky Christian Missionary Con ventionLouisville Sept 14 to 21 412 round trip limit Sept 23rd account Kentucky State Fair 134 round trip to Richmond Sept loth to 13th limit Sept 14 account Madison County FairTo Nash ville Tenn Sept 2jsl to 23rd 790 round trip limit Sept goth account of Tennessee Home Com ingTo Lexington Sept 10 to 14 332 round trip limit Sept 15 acc count Colored Agricultural and Mechanical Fair Mr John L Henzman aged 75 died at his home three miles west of here Friday night after an ill ness of many months Mr Henzman was born in Switzerland and came to this country about the time of the out break of the Civil War enlisting n the 49th New York At the close of the war he returned to France and was married to Mrs Henzman who survives him Returningto this country he has since made his home and for about twentyfive years had lived at the place where he died Mr Henzman was a good citizen and had many friends Besides his wife he leaves fursonsi Rudolph John Emuel and Henry the last two being with him when the end carne The burial took place Sat urday i wwn = R1i iff P2irvw vwnrr vw w Jwr I N N E R Srt n m This style Coltlil Blucher at 350 The ThirtySeventh Annual Sun lay school convention will meet at Pleasant Run church three miles East of Livingston on Tuesday September loth The Rockcastle Association of Baptist will meet at he same place Sept naud 12th Lost Between Mt Vernon and Brodhead on old State road a small black leather pocket book contain tug between 13000 and 14000 in paper money some cards and personal papers of A H Thomas representing Armour Co Lex i gton Ky Finder return to this office and receive liberal reward OH CONSISTENCY WHERE ART THOU We read an exchange ofa cer oJ tain editor who had a long and carefully prepaired article on the importance of patronizing home merchants rather tban sending off for their goods The article was so good that it attracted the attent of the merchants and they highly recommend the loyalty of the edi tor One merchant was so favor ably impressed with the article that he sat down and wrote a congrat ulatory letter to the pencilpusher the letter head the merchant used had been printed in Louisville and the return on the envelope was made with rubber stamp furnish ed by a Chicago angle grease firm LIY1NGSTOJN Miss May Magee came down from Lancaster Friday to attend the wedding of her friend Miss Cora Adams to Mr Clyde H WhiteMesdames Hattie Hocker and Mary Hagan have returned theirsisIterMisses Grace and Pearl Fields fromStanfordspendingalfew Henry RiceMsterEail Rice has returned to Lebanon Jet after- a months visit with his grandma Mrs HenryRiceMrs RBMullins and charming daughter Miss Bessie were down from Mti Vernon Sunday to attend theI whiteAdams nuptials Sue Muilins has sold the store house and lot adjoining the Davis store tol ff Davis fPtSQ999 Mr Davis will erect ar fine two d 1gtlJ 1 I WHATEVERmaybe your choice on the turf or diamond and whatever may be your fortune as the result the wisest chooser of ap- Parel males his choice here and never loses The stylish snappy J jgfefe garments and the widely popular Shield Brand Clothes both handled at this storefarms a combina tion that leaves competition far behind quality Shoe Department has the PATRIOT s SHOE for men at 3S0and 4and the SOQISTY SIfOS fox women at 350 andmany others We now show many new and exclusive ideas in Shirts Neckwear Hosiery Etc See them and you will want them I j SttOFSAREB r S6 story brick in place of the house that now stands The Junior O U A M Council 167 of Livingston will give their annual outing Monday Sept gth at the school house A part of the program will be to present the public school with a handsome Bible and hoist a large flag on the school house Tbis is a good order and their object is to have the Bi ble taught as a common school branch in every school all over the land Their mottoes are Virtue Liberty and Patriotism and for- Go and for our Country Rey H R Hardin of Daton Ky will also onIvalued order he will also conduct services at Christian church Mon day evening every one cordially in vited to attend both services as Rev Harding is one of Kys best ministers as well as a great worker for the order of the Jr O U A M all over the State Harry Bow man hashad his house on Main St painted and repaired in general preparing for the big Rush which will be here soon John Walton is having his two cottages on MainSt painted and repaired he is also prepairigg for the biguBoom Dad Pope is having reparing doneMrs Har ry Jenkins and little son are out I trom Corbin visiting Mr and Mrs J B Hayes Conductor Arthur Botner was here Sunday to attend ReddingMiss meeting Wednesday evening an interesting hour was spent Miss Cleva McGuire will lead prayer eveningIwhich was announced last week was carried out to perfection Sunday evening when Rev Camp bell said the beautiful words which made Mr Clyde Herman White and Miss Cora Frances Adams one The Bride Maidswere Misses Mae Magee and Lida Cook The BotIner and H R Wade The Bride Groom is one of Jtentuckys no blest sons but at present holds a position with the Southern Pacific R R Co1 Dispatcher at Tucson Arizona TheBride ts the lovel Y id jj r t r and accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs Jerome Adams and one ofI Livingston brightest jewels Many handsome presents were re ceived among them was a hand some silver and gold lined water set consisting pitcher goblet and tray which was presented with compliments from the dispatcher here After the wedding cere mony the bridal party was taken back to the home of the brides par ents where icecream sherbet and cake were served the very Elite of Livingston were there and all enjoyed the excellent refreshments which were served May their pathway be strewn with roses minus the thorns of adversity Miss Bettie French has returned home after a months visitMr- W Elmer Gray has returned after a pleasant two months vacation visiting homefolks in Oklahoma Miss Lizzie Fishback was second in her district in the Louisville Herald Popularity Contest and will receive a gold watchT A Oliver is in Knoxville purchasing his fall line of goods Several of the younger set are planning to take in the State Fair at Lou is ville r621Mr and Mrs G M Ballard were in town Wednesday on their way home from Richmond Mr Win Sams and wife are vis iting relatives in Pittsburg this weekMaurice Brown is working in the dispatchers office Quite a number of our citizens are painting their property adding much to the attractiveness of our townfTJo- hnson has returned after a visit to Lancaster R B Mullins aold to WmAr nold a team ane wagon for 32500 FOtt AGENTS AN OPPORTUNITY THE OLD WORLD AND ITS WAYS- BY WILLIAM JENNINGS BRllN NOW READY FOR SOLICITORS 576 Imperial Octavo Pages Over 200 Superb Engravings romphotographs ta ken by Mr Bryan Recounts his trip around the wdald and hisvsitstoa lnaHnsTh greatest book of travel ever written The people are waiting for it The agents harvest OUTFIT FREESendiiftycentsito coyer mailing and handling THE THOMPSON PUiLISHING CO d l St tt Mens This styleI Button at 4II gggOWWUgQggggQQggggGGOgC OCO trS Gt3Out UQOQaGgggaGGQ 0 A GOOD POSITION FOB YOU 3Theman or woman who earns a good salary has made prepara tion Let us help you to prepare for a good position We have 8 helped others and can help youma SHORTHAND BOOKKEEPING TYPEWRITING gand all other branches taught ir the Business De 8Ja for leafllet giving particulars and showing what our stu 6 3dents have been able to accomplish Address p 3JC LEWIS OR E H LYLE LONDON KY 8- o 0- flOO AAi1A JJCiiJiifJG JWYWUUUU t OO nOn OOOOenO 5fltt9O O f 1 CLOTHING is fj Kantbebeat clothes made right best materials they save you money they wear well and fit perfectly If you looking for clothes to depend upon you will find them in this store The Kantbebeat label on the inside coat pocket is an insurance It insures satisfaction to every purchaser h We want to show you why clothes are t y Secretary ofWar Taft will- recommend to Congress the pass age of a bill forming a closer union between the national millitar au thorjes and the malitia of the States He proposes that the Gov men or halfpaywhite noina fives rvicf while in return the will e drilled under the direction p IT nited States army wil l II commercial That Label a Sign of HonestyQuality Economy are of are 9poli Kanthebeat tcSUPERIORTO TAILORMADE Sold byJWihi rnlI1enlP1tpflicerssnd Statetroops officersimd Satisfaction be subject tothecalloflbeGov ernment for active servire 7 ONtJat RESBulbt J fLo Z ho ttOotOotOo MO +tOotOotOo +o 0 A New Orleans woman was thin 0 sJfficientX 0 IShe took Scott Result 6BfiTe gained a pound a day in weighty g 040000000iOi000000000000 METROPOLITAN THE BEST PLACE IN TOBUY LJ Pru3PJStationey Qigxrp TobccopiO FaintOiJand Medicine SpeciaTfTPHONE No 53 MAIN STREET MT VERNON KY jg3CDK2 f GRANVILLE OWENS i f K IUNDERTAKERj I Brodhead I COMPLETE Coffins All Mail Telegraph Telephone Promptly q IIIF Emulsion ROCKCASTLE Patent == i IJOR a and COMPLETE Line of JtIMERCHANDISE Remember that We have et ab the LOWEST Pric- esAFULLLINECe Boots and Shoes Hardware and Queen waare Groceries and Dry Goods W H RICH Andrews g g Kentucky SUE BENNETT MEMORIAL LONDON KENTUCKY Established eleven years Christian influences Ideal site Military training Thorough work Music Business specialties Work provided for needy and September3rdJC LEWIS Prin London DROPS A PROMPT EFFECTIVE REMEDY FOR ALL FORMS OF RHEUMATISMS1Ia KM Taab1 aa Dleea QUICK RELIEF iniantreliefinternallyremovingftfrom DR S D BLAND QfrswtoBO write ywwIkLubs1 couldIuSraubarofs but tovadDohIag thes caT iks nU oDIaasd fnm aztorrkumaI prMtle DR CL GATES UssekM1wrItsi baCkeII4b7could M staud ou bor reeL Thomne ilrwouldysamwlepalapohs nuaOlUldu weu and ueaa be SIIUIII7 FREEeumatJamfor any to wfMitrid bottteot DROPS i i PUELYVESEYAIL JOPenUfe1yfreefromoplum aIae Icoho14audanum llIitrWAIININIPUATN NIE toIIPAlr N4U 1LkIir mi LINE X Caskets and Robes T or orders FilledioM 1JVt JVl JvL NEW Of Clothing SCHQOL and Ky GIVES Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS Manufacturer of and and Granite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished on application rEORGE OWENS YQLIVER M your best friend or your worst friendTorpid BilkwnejSicHeoSd IIIM N5RJuy LI5Ana TOKIO rmtmrm YJI9 T i5uid bOaAS lr t My Hair is- Scraggly Do you like it Then why be contented with it Have to be Oh ho Just put on Ayers Hair Vigor and have long thick hair soft even hair But first of all stop your hair from coming out Save what you have Ayers Hair Vigor will not disappoint you It feeds the hairbulbs makes weak hair strong The best kind of a testimonial II Sold for over sixty years r Made by T Ayer Co Lowell MMS manuOMturera of ters PILLS YOUNfG MEN AND WOMEN EDUCATED FOR PROFIT AT SMITHS COLLEGE LEXINGTON Bookkeeping Shorthand Type writing and Telegraphy taught Refer to the thousands of sue cessful graduates Great demand for our graduates at fine salaries Reputation as cheapest and best College Write for particulars to WILBUR R SMITH Lexington Ky FARMS FOR SALE I have two farms 125 acres in one and 108 in the other located 54 miles East of Bee Lice which I wish to sell privately Good improvements For further information address G B BUTTON R F DNo i June 14 3mo Bee Lick Ky NerveSick Ifweak Tvorriout nervous cannot sleep have indigestion headache neuralgia or periodic pains it is because your nerves are weak It is the lack of nerve force that makes the stomach heart lungs etcwork imperfectly become sick Dr Miles Nervine cures the sick when it restores putsthegaps to do their work Almost three years I suffered from palpitationsleep with comfort or walk or talk wasInseem to do me any good I had triedso many remedies that I did not have much hope of any of them doing me any good Dr Miles Nervine was relieffromonlyrelievedhas invigorated my whole system I am very grateful because since I have absolutelynoMRS HOWARD FORD 60 Summit Ave Worcester Mass yourdrugplstfirst bottle will benefit If it fails he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind REDUCED RATES VIA Queen Crescent Route Niagra Falls Excursions via Quell fcUrtssent Route July 25 nd 30 August TO and i 7 Write H C King CP A Lexington Ky for particulars aug5 b swart HlhMll Fence will Jut WcUm I11 Ml a FIIra11N IlK 11 Iron Ilia erthanwood AAtr CINCINNATI idhead en m JMKtf kw h Mr Ufrt 1tU ByiMiwu r Marble WokBRODHgAp KY Granite and JtourbV Monuments Mid Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGi FRANc scQ Ieohgeits for ftQI FexIe D B AT4IRIGiIT Mstser- d r AN AERIAL NAVIGATOR YOUNG INVENTOR WILL FLY THROUGH THE AIR IS NOW HEADED FOR KENTUCKY State Fair Management Announces His Appearance in Passenger Carrying Ship The problem of aerial navigation has at last been solved The inventor to attain this desired end is Captain Roy Knabenshue of Toledo 0 the first American to make a successful flight in an airship This first flight was made during the Worlds Fair at St Louis in October 1904 when Knaben shue was only in his twenties He is yet a very young man7lut he has tal onts that he has successfully applied During the past winter he has spent hisj entire time in perfecting apiece of craft to ply the clouds which will carry passengers Fortunately for those who will attend the Kentucky State Fair to be held at Louisville September 16th to 21st the services of Captain Knaben shue and his passenger carrying air ship have been secured for daily flights during this great exhibition week at the metropolis of Kentucky The State Board of Agriculture under whose auspices the fair is to be given closed a contract with Captain Knab several weeks ago stipulating therein that his visit to the Kentucky State Fair was to be his only personal appearance in his passengercarrying airship either in Kentucky or in Southern Indiana- The big airship will be displayed in an aerodrome when npt in operation permitting visitors at the fair to make a close Inspection of it who will also have an opportunity o taking a ride through the air with Captain Knaben shue If they desire Captain Knabenshue is guarding very firmly the secret of the mechan ism that enables him to carry passen gers into the air but he has permitted us to give a brief description of his marvelous Invention The elongated gas bag has a capacity of 20000 cubic feet of hydrogen gas giving a lifting power of 1800 pounds The envelope- is 120 feet in lemthandabout 35feat in diameter Two i ammoth aero planes which serve to resist the wind pressure and propel the yes sel are built on either side Two delicately constructed engines ol twenty horse power each furnish the drawing power enabling the craft tc sail through the unchartered skies at a speed of sixty miles per hour This speed is attained only in a calm while in a moderate wind the velocity is reduced to about fortyfive miles an hour With his new airship Captain Knaben sbue is able to sail under any weather conditions Resembling very closely the modern c hotastrcet railway the carryln car Is ninety feet long with cushion seats provided for the passengers The operator sits at the bow of the vesse1 and guides it In its journey Captain Knabenshue has built the propeller and rudder along entirely different lines than heretofore and the vessel taken as a whole but faintly resembles the smaller crafts which heretofoe have been shown In this country The engagement of Captain Knaben shue and his passengervcarrying ship at the State Fair Is for a flight daily for six days and one or more flights at night when the worlds greatest aerial navigator will use an immense searchlight to guide his pas sage CAPTIVE BALLOON ADDED Visitors to the Kentucky State Fair in Louisville during the week of September 16th who are not willing to risk their lives in Captain Knaben shues passengercarrying airship or in the balloon races may satisfy their desire to see how it feels to be in the air by going up in a captive balloon which is to be one of the attractions This balloon as its name indicates is firmly tied to the earth and by means of a windlass it isallowed to rise in the air tcia height of 600 feet It will carry passengers every ten minutes GREAT TOBACCO DISPLAY Largest Amount of Money Ever Of fered to Be Given at Kentucky State Fair The State Board of Agriculture un tier whose auspices the Kentucky State Fair Is to be held at Louisville September 16th to 21st has appropri ated475 to be given in premiums on tobacco during fair week and this has been supplemented by the Louisville Board of Trade with an appropriation of 250 This amount of money should bring together the finest lot of sam ples ever shown The premiums offered kl the Board of Trade are as follows Burley Types For best sample representing hogshead of not less than pounds net Bright Burley Leaf Tobacco Tor the best sample representing hogshead of not less than pounds net of Bed Burley Leaf Tobacco 58 Dark Types Per best sample representing hogshead of not lees thau 1200 pounds net of Fire Cured Tobacco 1 For the best sample representing hogeheadof- not lees than 1000 pounds net of Unflred Tobacco 58 Samples of tobacco competing for these awards Are to be drawn and sealed by the Louisville Leaf Tobacco Exchange Inspection not United to crop and opon to all exhibitors GREAT BARGAIN For sale Ig8 acres land dnjvatersofRoundstbne creek near slate tunnel iNp im pro ments and only such timbers necessary jto supply the necessary use on the land 40 acres riclge laud and level t Would make an ideal stock farm 297 pri5o per acre takes the bound arti tWfuttber information adV ftrwi RfI McFerron Mt iVefe lt Ky 1Or thiS OffiCe BEREA COLLEGE Berea College has SOMETHING GOOD foi every y6ungman and young lady V has so many classes and de IIt that eachstudent can be with others like himself and make most rapid progress TRAINING AND STRENGTH Do you desire them for teaching business farm or household manage ment music use of tools and ma chineryno matter whatcome to Berea To see thingsDo you wish tp change your experience and your acquaintace among the best people come to Berea THE TIME TO START is in the Fall September the eleventh You CAN have our share in these great pleasures and advantages Do not let this chance and op portunity pass by unimproved Find out about it Write for the beautiful new announcement and catalogue of students All ques tions answered and friendly greet ings extended by the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE Berea Ky SMITHS COLLEGE ASSISTS YOUNG LADIE In acquiring an education for self support and independence Bookkeeping Shorthand Type writing and Telegraphy taught Three lady teachers included in the faculty Good boarding homesRefers to lady graduates receiv ing 1000 a year Kentucky University jDiploma awarded our graduates For particulars address WILBUR R SMITH Lexington Kv EVERYBODY SHOULD KNOW says C G Hays a prominent business man of Bluff Mo that Bncklens Arnica Salve is the quickest and surest healing salve ever applied to a sore burn or wound or to a case of pihs Ive used it and know what Im talking about Guaranteed by Chss C Davis druggist zoc SlomachMuscles in Old Age careIful acItiveare in youth and with the majority there is a tendency to constipation of a chronic and obstinate nature To ward off the possibility of serious diseases use Dr Syrup Pep compoundItple because It la prompt but gentle in action and does its work without griping on weakening as Is the case with salts purgative waters and cathartic tablets These should not be used by children women old folks or weak people because they are too violent In action and generally gripe Furthermore the result arc temporary upmoreA remedy like Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin Is very gantle In action and yet thoroughly effec tire and as It contains tonic properties it itThomany can in a short time do away with the use of all laxatives It will cure the most chronic constipation dyspepsia liver trouble bilious stomachbloatingstomach liver and bowel troubles To prove how effective it Is in serious cases DecaturIllpartialsince to use a laxative He says he never found anything so effective or which worked so near TrYItcents or Ua bottle at any druggist IIFREE TEST Iwellsleg can have a free sampla bottle sent to their addressing the This is to that the remedy do as and own to those have talus ItSend for It if any symptoms of or disease yet most effecftaJaxative for THEpusUCproductbears COIi III M L MYERS Dentist Mt Vernon Ky- FirstClass5 t Work j OFFICEAt residence on Old Main St known as the C C Wil liamsresidence PHONE No 73 I C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAWMT OFFICE On acd floor ol The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to collections Phone No S- oJ1c MdCLARY- Undertaker Embalmer EoMete LINE010 keIIt besfc 0rnsDYi Te1ephoe atteria i d promptly I1enf i L l More Than 25000 in Prizes A State Fair ribbon has the backing of the Commonwealth of moneythatLowest 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 anil new buildings costing 275000 steel and concrete grand stand mammoth exhibition barns fastest trotting track in the world Trotting Pacing Running Races Daily An amusement program running way into thousands of dollars united with an exhibition plan never before attempted SEPT1S2U907 LOUI5VILLEC 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 captiveballoonSensational acrobatic acts free each day And the worlds greatest living color page of amusement enter prises Pains famous Manhattan Beach lire works and the gigantic pyrotechnic spectacle Eruption of Vesuvius actualreproduction of the aweinspiring calamity of 1906 given nightly in the infield in front of the grand stand Three concerts daily by Natiello and his premier band of fifty 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 catalogue and illustrated descriptive book R E HUGHES Secretary Louisville atI t7i pantsiilSHOES unexcelled byanything on the market SEALi Call and see us i W H BAKER LANGFORD KENTUCKY J cc J 3 X JONAS McKENZE s You cant afford to miss the old reliable Store for your SPRING and SUMMER Dry Goods Staple and Fancy Notions carry no shoddy secondhand auction only the best such as we can con r iw recommend to our customers and see us when in need ofanything in Phone No 8- 3JONAS McKENZIE q3 3 Growing Girls Growing girls need care advice and medicine especially on reaching the age of puberty A mothers tender care and words of caution will often accomplish wonders As f medicine a gentle safe and reliable strengthening tonic is Wine of Cardui It will prevent and relieve pain regulate the strengthentheconstitution It is a valuable medicine for growing girls It has tided thousands over a critical period and saved them from years suffering It can never do goodA disorders in girls and women At every druggists in 100 bottles Try it 1 WINE t O F 2 1 CAR U IJi