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Published Every Friday un erUdtJi ignal r VOLUME XXI MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JULY 31 1908 NUMBER 44 ro 3c i 1fTALKS LOUD Dont forget your cashg as these are prices i ICALICOES i 5 Cents iFor thel next 30 days I wil sell all 10 cent rtaicles at 7 cts 25 u V rq cts 50 39cts 100 lv 7Q cts 1 50 rIO MENS T Suits worth 1600 now 1300 Suits worth 1500 now 1200 W Suits worth 1200 now 000 l Suits worth 806 now 650 W Suits worth 750 now 550 r YOUTHS I Suits worth55o now 400- I CHILDRENS I Suits from 80 cents to 2ABoys Corduroy pants were 50 cents now 39 centsI Prices on Shoes the same as j other goods Come while last oW- they I Dont forget theCaShi j I A lot of Ladies Skirts wereg 13 to qnow 150 to 250 agreat bargain f A lot of LinoliumCarpetand Rugs 1- I COME NOW 1 GTJOHNSONo L3c3i3 QUAIL Rev John Elder filled his regular appointment at Providence Sunday Clero Wheeldon is very sickat this writing he has typhoid symp tomsThe writer is honored with the presence of Samuel Proctor cf this place and W H Barnes of Brodhead at this writingG W Parsons of Livingston returned to this home Wednesday after spending several days with friends and relatives at this place Walter Elder of Eubanks has recently be come a citizen of our section we are glad to have him as such Mrs Logan Scott is on the sick listMisses Maggie and A Hie Taylor visited the Misses Stringer Sun day Jacob Elder and William Owens began a singing at Buckeye last Saturday night which will continue three Saturdays and Sun daysProtracted meeting will begin at Providence Aug 30th conducted by John A Olingraa of Sellersburg Ind The berry industry isabout over for the seasonMrs Katydid an nounces that we may look for a frost Sept 8th PUZZLED THE APPLE GIRL A buxom gal of 22 kept an apple stand near the entrance to the Brook lyn bridge One day pleasant looking middleaged man with iron gray hair bought one of her fine pippins which he cut in two when to her astonishment a s gold piece rolled out from the core Ah said he these are gold pippins you sell May I have another at the same price She had not breath to reply Taking silence for consent he cut another apple when a 10 coin dropped from it Recovering from her amazement the woman refused to sell any more to him but began cutting her apples on her own ac count After destroying about twenty and finding nothing she desisted greatly disappointed The gentlemanly purchaser was after some haggling about the price suffered to pay for another apple and Marys cousin was again flabbergasted by a golden eagle being foundwithin it A crowd by this time gathered and several persons recognized in the purchaser our old friend Herrmann the eminent prestidigitateur and all enjoyed the awestruck bewilderment of the woman She was about to cut another pippin on her own account when Herrmann offered to show her how to accomplish the feat Lending her his own knife he used a little magic power and on open ing the apple she found her labors rewarded with a 5 gold piece This Herrmann allowed her to keep in return for his jokeNew York Press a o Just a little Cascasweet is all that is necessary to give your baby when it is cross and peevish Cas casweet contains no opiates nor harmful drugs and is highly recommended by mothers every where Conforms to the National Pure Food and Drug Law Sold by Chas C Davis John Stites of Owenshoro ap pointed special Commonwealths Attorney to prosecute John W Kelly charged with misappropriating trusts funds filed an affidavit when the case was called Monday setting fourth that owing to the lawlessness existing in the county it is impossible for the State to obtain a fair trial and charging that Kelly is a leading member of the night rider organization The affidavit was in support of a motion for a charge ofvenue This is what Hon Jake Moore State Warden of Georgia says of Kodol for Dyspepsia E C De Witt Co Chicago 111 Dear SirsI have sufferedmore than twenty years from indigestion About eighteen months ago I had grown so much worse that I could not digest a crust of corn bread and could not retain anything on my stomach I lost 25 lbs in fact I made UD my mind that I could not live but a short time when a friend of mine recommended Kodol I consented to try it to please him and was better in one day I now weigh more than I ever did in my life and am in better health than for many years Kodol did it I keep a bottle constantly and write this hoping that humanity may be enefited Yours very truly Jake SMoore Atlanta Aug 10 1904 old by Chas C Davis BItODHEAD Mrs Ira Dunn and sister Miss Virginia Real Edwards ot Knoxville have returned home after spending a few days here the guest of friends andrelativesMrs E areIvisiting in Pittsburg KyChas positionI herIaunt Mrs Lou TateMrs Percy Benton and daughter Miss Willie have returned home from a two weeks visit to Cynthi ana and Mt SterlingJohn Pike and B R Wilmott were up from Lebanon Junction Wednesday D R Belcher is some better at this writingWm Carlton of this place and Miss Lillie Fuget of Hiatt were married last Thursday at Mt Vernon They will reside in Brodhead on West Main StMrs Ed Spraule and children of Paris are here for a three weeks visit with Mr and Mrs F FranciscoMiss Ethel Cherry Hilton of Stanford visited her aunt Mrs Susie Cherry first of weekMiss Jennie Davis of Mt Vernon was down from Saturday until Sunday with Miss Bettie HicksWade H Leece reports a very enjoyable trip to New Haven where he was the guest of Miss Maude GrahamVictor C Tate of Mt Vernon is assisting his uncle J W Tate in the post officeMiss Ila Carson of Maretburg is a pleasant visitor of Miss Clyde WatsonMisses Rosa Pike and Cora Sig mon returned today from a several days visit to Corbin Ky Norton Va and Jellico TennMr and and Mrs Edw McAfee and daugh ter Miss Alma came over from Harrodsburg and spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs J W Hutche sonMiss Lillie Smith has re turned to her home at Hiatt after spending two weeks here with Dr and Mrs W E GraveleyQuite- a crovd of Masons attended the funeral of Capt A H Evans here Tuesday P MM C Al bright left Thursday morning for Mammoth caveSeveral from here are attending the Lancaster fairJohn Robins is numbered with our sick for this weekRev- J A Pike was in Harrison county this weekOur school is progress ing nicely We think the trustees did themselves proud when they employed Mr Allen Barnett as principal and Miss Carrie Frith and Mrs Ben Pike as assistants Everybody is well pleased so for Brodheadwill soon take a vote as to whether we are to have a graded school or not Let everyone who is interested in Brodheads well fare put their shoulder to the wheel and see that we get a graded schoolThe play given at the opera house last Saturday night was a success in every respect Everyone there left saying I got my moneys worth This play will be reproduced two nights during the Institute which will be held in September Wade H Leece is up from Monticello and will remain with his parents until after the fair Remember the fair dates Aug 12 It and 14 Be sure and come all three daysMrs Pike has return ed to her home at Lexington after spending several days here with her sister Mrs Florence PonderG- M Frith was in Stanford Monday morningHomer H Wallen and sister Miss Beulah have returned to their home at Cedar Creek after spending several days with their aunt Mrs J E Walliu Jack Adams and Dr Percy Bent on are selling their Western horses very fast They can furnish you with a good horse as cheap as dirt Miss Jewel Francisco entertained Monday night and Miss Etta Frith Tuesday night jn honor of Miss Rhea Edwards of Knoxville Everybody was happyUncle Dock Woodyard has returned from a weeks stav with his daughter Mrs J H Hilton at Stanford Miss Gertrude Martin has leturn ed Saturday from a weeks visit to Miss Dora Dickerson at Livingston KyThomas Franciscos eyes are some better we are glad to say Cap A H Evans aged 69 died Brodjhendin the Baptist church cemetery by Masons Established J ia DIGOVIiBeing necessary we run our stock down and in to do so we offer our entire stock of Eorder Nofonsir i IOress Goods and Caficoes I Our entire line of Dress Goods and Cailcoes go at a discount o- f1CNTJ R KRUEGER 5 SOU iM o klt Vernon = t C I Phone 87 II lC3 Q c RELIGOUS The Rev Edward H Edwards pastor oi the Epworth Methodist Episcopal church took the laymen to task in a sermon Saturday night the subject of which wasIlls There Any Room jn Heaven for LawyersMr divided the obnoxi ous lawyers into four groups the corporation lawyer the Police Court lawyer the roustabout law yer and the shyster He assailed the shyster or divorce lawyer whom he designated as a moral vulture living on the lust of of sinfnl men and women He pointed out the crimes committed in the name cf the law and bitterly denounced the corporation lawyer who he said makes it his business to know how to evade the law The Police Court lawyer who lives off the mistakes and sins of the unfortunate and who prosecutes or defends regardless of guilt or innocence according to the size of the fee he said would find no place in heaven The roustabout lawyer he said lived by stirring up trouble and he declared if such person manages to get into heaven his first business would be to attack the title to somebodys mansion in the skies The Rev Dr J M Waldron pastor ot a negro church at Washington in a sermon charged that negro officeholders at Washington were being threatened with dismissal unless they found means to stop the pastors of the churches to which they belong from preach ing political independence to their congregations WAR AGAINSTCONSUMPTION All nations are endeavoring to check the rages of consumption the white plague that claims so many victims each year Foleys Honey and Tar cures coughs and colds verfectly and you are in no danger of consumption Do not risk your health by taking some unknown preparation when Foleys Honey and Tar is sate and certain in results 3 = 1887 i t sltttttttttttttttJtJt ttJtttttJttttttttttttttttttttttttt Li 10 WATCH FREE I sEw customerw g w couponsE = Eof the twenty five tickets corresponds to a number o E in a sealed envelope which draws the watch Dont fail = Etocall for your coupon = SUMMER GOODSIn order to close them out Ewe are making exceptionally low prices on all kinds of = Summer goods Bargains = w JuJi STOKESw On East Fork Skeggs Creek w = Three miles South of Mt Vernon = 3Ew specialty 111111il111111111111111111111111111 11111111111111111 s 111111111111111111 Uncle Joe Cannon last fall enter tained a constituent from the State that is famous for its corn as well Cannon The guest founddeep satisfaction in every dish that was set upon the hotel table but the statesman was entirely engrossed in a huge platter of boiled sweet corn to which the rest of his dinner served only as a relish Ear after ear of corn was turned adroitly beneath the Speak ers teeth and the countryman gradually forgot his own appetite in gazing at this process Joe he blurted out finally I wish you would tell me in confi dence what it costs you to board hereOh a matter of 5 a day his host replied picking up a freshear of corn in place of a mutilated cob Now dont you think Toe the farmer remarked shrewdly that you could get a good deal more reasonable rate at a livery stable WhattoEatC4STOaEA Bean Sigaaturo1 of The Followers of Timothy Woodruff in New York are said to be much disturbed at Gov Hughes an nouncement that he ould accept a renomination It is possibe that the Republican machine will decide to defea t him and bring about a disastrous factional fight within the party Delay in commencing treatment for a slight irregularity that could FoleysKidneyserious kidney disease Foleys Kidney Remedy builds up the worn out tissues and strengthens these day organs Commence taking it to Mobs at Willemstadt Saturday demonstrated before the residence of the Venezuelau Consul and surrounded the German consulate where the Venezuelan Consul had taken refuge Later the Consul was escorted to his own consulate by armed troops and removed the official papers Troops are now patrolling the streets and guarding his residence and the consulate MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY July 31 1908 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATIO DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Congress HON HARVEY HELM- ANNOUNCEMENTS For Commonwealths Attorney- Ve are aulorizetl to announce B J Be tlmrum a candidate for Commonwealths Attonier TwentyEighth Judicial District subject to the action of the Republican Primary Election August 15 1908 For County Court Clerk Weare authorized to announce G T JOHNSON as a candidate for Coun ty Court Clerk sbject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce FELIX BOWMAN as a candidate fort County Court Clerk suject to the ac tion of the Republican party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce CAM MULLINS as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party we are authorized to announce w A TAYLOR as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party FOR ASSESSOR We are authorizep to announce W H BAKER as a candidate for Assessor of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party A special from Nebraska says W J Bryan who is on his way to Chicago WES grected by a large crowd of admirers when he arrived at Omaha Friday Although pro testing that this is not a speech making trip he was induced to mount a baggage trunk at the depot and address the crowd during the fifteen minutes the train remained hereHe was introduced by Congress man John Sharp Williams Mr Bryan spoke as follows Ladies and Gentlemen I want to say to you that it is twelve years since Williams began intro ducing me and he has been at it off and on ever since If all the States would do as well as Mississ ippi has done I would long ago have been retired to priva te life after being President for four years for Mississippi was the one State in which I carriedevery precinct in the State and returns now indicate that I may reasonably expect the electorial vote from there this year I am in rather an embarrassing position I hav not been notified of my nomination as yet and it would not be proper for me to enter upon any discussion of poli tics until the platform is formally presented to me and I have been officially notified that I have been nominatedIn of the campaign I will have opportunity to discuss the various questions that are at issue and I shall not enter upon that discussion now I will from time to time also get reports from vari ous sections In fact they are coming now and the reports indicate this that the Democratic party this year is more united than it has been since 1892 and that in itself is a good omen for when the Democratic party is united it has very close to a majority of the votes in the United States if not an absolute majority Applause When we commence with a united party we are a long way on the road to victory Then too the Republican party is more divided than it has been in the last sixteen years The Republican party has a larger load to carry than it has had to carry before It has for instance enormus appropria tions to carry it has a deficit to carry and it has a panic that it cannot lay on anybody else It has very unfairly attributed all events to the Democrats when they were in power and it will take it more thanfour months to undo the arguments it has been making against Democrats 1r MACK AS CHAIRMANi The selection ofNorman E Murk as chairman of the National Democratic Committee with the consent of Charles F Murphy the Tammany leader and W J Connors chairman of the New York State Democratic Committee not only insures the national Democratic party a pravical and businesslike management of the campaign but materially adds to the Democratic chances of carrying New York for Mr Bryan With Murphy Con nors and Mack united the last element of serious dissension in the New York Dereocracyis removed the disaffection of McCarren not offering material caused for uneasi ness to those interested in Demo cratic success Gov Hughes is fairly certain to be the nominee of the republicans for Governor but Gov Hughes will have opposed to him practically the whole of the machine and the racing interests which represent no small degree of moneyed strength The Republicen party will not enter the campaign united The Demo cratic party will New York is glways a debatable State and Mr Bryan is stronger in New York than in any of bis former races For a man who knows nothing ot practical politics it would seem that Mr Bryan has made a re markably good guess in selecting Mack and has shown good general ship in assuring to the new nation al chairman the support of Mur phy and Connors Louisvillle Times LIY1NG8TOA Mrs W H Satterfield and two daughters of Louisville were guest of Mrs Satterfields sister Mrs H D Magee at the Eight Gables from Tuesday until Saturday afternoon when they returned to Mt Vernon where they are spending the sum mer with Mrs Satterfields other sister Mrs R A SparksS E Penuington is making some much needed improvements to the Eight Gables Hotel by a new porch floor and a new coat of paint which adds very much to the beauty of the place Sam is certainly a hustler and Is worthy of the success he is havingW Sheridan Suptof Trans portation for the L N was in our city Thursday and Friday last on business W W Wright at tended the Stanford fair last Thurs day and speaks in the highest terms of the fairP W Durham who has been very low of typhoid fever is convalescent Mrs Bowman who has been quite sick for andliswas a meeting called at the Gallo way Hall Tuesday evening by the tax payers of our school district to investigate manner in which the repairs were made to the school building there being complaint that there was discrimination used in the letting of the contracts for the repairs There were some thirtyfive citizens present and a committee was appointed to wait upon the board of trustees and get the facts in the case and make these reports at a meeting which is to be held at the Hall on nest Monday evening Let every citizen come out and show an interest in these meetings and dont stay away and say things on the streets which you cannot speak inthese meetings this is not justice to either the patrons or trusteesH Wade has gone to Ohio and Virginia on a three weeks vacationW W Wright will leave Aug isr for a 10 days vacation Remember the school trustee election to be held Saturday next There is another candidate added to the list John Pope is the third candidate It has been rumored that I have pulled off I wish to correct this statement by saying that I have not done so but expect to be in the race until the finish and I hope to finish first in the race Let me again impress upon you one and all the importance of your coming out and casting your vote I also ask you again if you can conscientiously do so to vote for me for the place and I will do my utmost to discharge my duties to the satisifaction of the majority of the voters CongressionalIwill open headquarters in the St James building New York Saturday FranK H Hitchcock chairman of the Repub lican National Committee is ex pected to be in New York that day tr =E GIVEN AWAY This beautiful high grade rubber tire buggy tobe given away at Brodhead Fair absolutely free without cost to anyone- J W RIDER ABOUT MT VERNON If you cant boast dont knock Push for your home town not against it We have a good town and its getting better all the time All stand together and pull for the good of our town and county Dont make a nuissance of your self by running down your home townKeep your eye on the man that has no good word for his town There is something wrong with himA look around our town will con vince anyone that things are mov ing along decidedly better than in the years gone by There is plenty of work here for every one No excuse for loafers or to go away to hunt jobs Plenty of them right here There never was a town organi zation but had its criticisms some probably just but mostly uncalled for if the situation was properly studied and understood Loafers clubs have been disband ed unable to find any further excuses for dodging work or holding their qrgani ations together Plenty of work right at our doors A steady growth has marked Mt Vernons progress for the last sev en years The last two years has shown an inc ressed activity in all lines of business enterprises build ing streets and other improve mentsThat petty jealousy that existed in the past between our business men is now almost wholly absent Each desires success to all instead of wishing less competition This is as it should be and shows the proper spirit NEWS ITEMSI Omer Hughes an employe of the C O railtoad at Maysville went bathing with a party of thirteen Saturday He was drowned His parents live at Dover The suit brought by Count Boni de Castellane against his former wife who is now the Princess de Sagan for the possession of his three children has been postponed in Paris until the tall term of court The Government restrictions on 9oooooo acres of Indian lands in Eastern Oklahoma was removed at midnight Saturday night Busy scenes were enacted by real estate dealers and speculators when the law went into effects The Heads of Houses Excursions Wednesday visited six of Ken tuckys most substantial and thriv ing cities in Lexington Richmond Mt Srerling Winchester Lancan ter and Stanford In every place they were received with genuine Kentucky hospitality and welcome One hundred business men of Louisville Tuesday visited Frank fort Georgetown Paris and Cynthiana on the first of a three days tour of the Bluegrass cities The delegation was warmly recieved at every point and enthusiastic speeches weremade declaring for a closer union of the smaller cities with the metropolis of the State Railroad facilities came in for a larger share of attention The steamer Island Queen was fired on during its trip up the Ohio River Tuesday night with Judge Taft and the notification committee and guests aboard and Mrs C B Russell of Cincinnati standing on the hurrican deck directly under the seat occupied by the presidential candidate was struck in the face and breast by a number of small shot She was not seriously injured 1 Charles H Moyer was re ilected president of the Western Feden tion of Miner The Farmers and Traders Bank of Maysville Ky waives all claims hogsIas Equity to bankr that advanced tue Society money on their tobacco The bank in a letter to the Mason county branch of the sooiety as ks that this fee be distributedamong the growers Judge Taft left Cincinnati Wednesday night for Hot Springs Va where he will remain until the first of September Before leaving Cincinnati he was formally made an honory member of the Steam Shovelers Union The induction into membership took place at the- Taft home and was conducted by a committee from the shovelers organization Gov John A Johnson of Minnesota Saturday received a letter from W J Bryan asking him to meet Mr Bryan at Fairview Lincoln Neb at the earliest date possible to confer relative to the presidential campaign The first authentic outline of Mr Bryans plan of campaign was an nounced Wednesday at Fairview A few prepared speeches will be made at central points and nearly all of these will be made bv the first of October During the month cf October he expects to remain at home and assist in the educatsonal work of the campaign through the discussion of public questions in the form of interviews signed articles and letters Mr Bryan announces teat in coming speeches speeches he will discuss Mr Tafts address delivered Tuesday in Cincinnati To THE INSURING PUBUCOn April i8th I suffered a loss of my entire stock ot goods by fire which was insured in the New York Underwriters Agency represented by Mr E S Albright of Mt Vernon On May 5th I received a check in full settlement of every dollar called for in the policy I can heartilj recommend Mr Albright and his companies to any one wanting fire insuranceVery C H FRITH FOLEYSnOnYAm Cures Colds Prevents Pneumonia Bert Barber of Elton Wis says I have only taken four doses of your Kidney and Bladder Pills and they have done for me more than any other medicine has ever done I am still taking the pills as I want a perfect cure Mr Barber refers to DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills Sold by Chas C Day is CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of aZvThe function of the kidneys is to strain out the impurities of the blood which is constantly passing through them Foleys Kidney Remedy makes the kidneys healthy They will strain out all waste matter from the blood Take Foleys Kidney Remedy and it will make you well w ITESCream Vermifuge THE WORMREMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC IMITATION THE BallardSnow Liniment Co T EOUX MO Soldby Chas C Davis I should Women sufferers I useDONT II let yourself to be miserable Why suffer from severe head aches have fainting spells and be fretful Your liver needs attention Try Herbine the great liver regulator IeURES Constipation Bilious ness Chills and Fever and Iall Liver Complaints Mrs E C Morrison Hous ton Texas writcsHI have suffered foryears from severe headaches dizziness and fainting spells I received no relief until Itried Herbine and was completely cured I use it always PRICE SOc Ballard Snow Liniment Co ST LOUIS MISSOURI Sold and Recommended by CHAS C DAVIS roNOT icitIvish to say that have sold my interest in the Hans ford Telephone Co to Messrs Granville and W H Owens and that I am no longer connected with the company W H GRAVES There is one preparation known todav that will promptly help the stomach This is Kodol Kodol digests all classes offood and it does it thoroughly so that the use of Kodol for a time will without doubt help anyone who has stomach disorder or stomach trouble Take Kodol today and continue it for a short time that is necessary to give you complete relief Kodol is sold by Chas C Davis The Campaign Is On WHO WILL IJE PRESIDENT To form your opinions and keep in touch with the progress of the campaign you will need firstclass newspapers We have made a special arrangement whereby you can get the- DAILY COURIERJOURNAL 125 DAILY LOUISVILLE TIMES 120 WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL 35 From now until December i 08 This gives you a live me tropolitan paper through the cam paign and the election Order to day as subscription will start with issue of day order is received No hack numbers can be sent Or you can have the MT VERNON SIGNAL for twelve months and either of the above Dailies until December i for only 200 This special campaign offer is in effect only during June July and August and no subscriptions will be received at the reduced rate after August 31 under any circum your subscription order to this paperNOT to the TIMES or COURIER JOURNAL Moool Vernon Mooomental WORKS 1M anufacturer ofand DEALER in Marbles and Granite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished on application ALSO AGENT FOR Stewarts Iron Fences avx IM tew rl nlIron t Fence Cheaper than wood Will last lifetime I KlifcuJ Raids Iculi IYcui7PAN4IHJ leO JeiUoi CINCINNATI of Iron Peace s5awle O lone prices Call sod ill surjriie joa jsee us GAO OWENS Propj I tL t a rfi M fi Judging from what our long list of 8 customers have to say we must be showing a line of turniture which both in duality fJandprice is satisfactory If you need anything in Furniture Mattings Rugs 1ryouW COCKERS If This beautiful willow Rock r jr er for only 400 We have all kinds af Rockers from g i the cheapest to the best We can furnish you anything you want for your home front the kitchen i the parlor toiCi Ct COXBrick Bid opposite Courthouse IOld Kentucky Phone 941 or 97 acggaeSfc fa7KLYJ N VJ a a if jm- iH Great bargains jm It J UUbestmelbeen offered them in Rockcastle Dress m Clothing Men and Womens Tints In m IIfact every thing kept in a first class storemi IIITermseash and Produce m me you will please need the money to pay for my goodsIIJf U IATT KENTUCKY 47Ci1 v r Convenience of the Savings Account iMauy persons keep their money here as a permanent inivestment because the risk of loaning to individuals is ked As an investment you can compute the net returns rately Small amounts may be added at any time A savings r account offers a profitable means to realize on funds that are W idle awaiting investment You may withdraw a part or the Sentire amount at any time With a determination to save you TT are always welcome here Why not lend your money to the 8 bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts was you can save from time to time We will pay you a regu lar rate of interest on your money Well explain in detail if you will call at the bank THE BANK OF MT VERNONr INCORPORATED Q MT VERNON KENTUCKY ac er ttt1ttttttttttttttttttttttJltttt1ttttttttttt1tt1ttt1t11t1t t fAT VERNON CflSHET GEL 1 PRACTICAL 3UMNDERTRKERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS 3AND- EMBALMERS = Mt Vernon Ky 3 3E= Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of EE work for the company = = Orders by wire promptly tilled Hearse sent to all points o E A B FURNISH WHKRUECER 3s S Pnone s = 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111J1111111111111 11111111111111111iS t MTVERNON SIGNAL r VERNON KY July 51 190s r 79Call up No 79 whenwant to Communi-cate with SIGNAL 79 mR R Co TIME TABLE 22northi 124 p m 24 north34o a m 23 south 124 pro 21 South 1220 a m JAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secondclass mail matter D E Davis will move his family to Berea Mr Wj Sparks was in Chicago WednesdayC Sr was up from Livingston Mondays- V C Tate is assisting in the post office at Brodhead R A Sparks was at Chester Tenn a few days since Frank Miller of Indianapolis is spending the week here Mrs Cleo Brown is visiting in Lancaster and attending the fair Tom Brown was in from Level Green Wednesday on business- A McFarland is here from Monticello in the stave business Mrs Booth Purcell and children visited relatives here Saturday and SundayDr Mrs John M Williams spent Saturday until Monday with relatives here Miss Mayme Ferguson is visit ing Mr and Mrs W F Champ at Paint Lick Mrs D E Davis and children are visiting in Lancaster and attending the fair Messrs Oscar and Walter Wallin of Crab Orchard attended the ball game here Saturday Miss Roberta Davis is visiting the family of her uncle Alfred Walden at Stanford this week Miss Margie McClary is spend ing this week with her cousin Miss Eva Fish near Buckeye Masters Jamie and Will Thomp son are visiting their sister Mrs L R Hughes at Stanford- T Tucher Bowling is back from a visit among friends and relatives at Middlesboro and Harlan- J D Miller Elmer Lecbleiter and W E Smith L N brake men are at home this weekgMiss Louana Whitehead Is with her cousin Miss Grace Me Callat Hazel Patch who has typhoid feverFrank Myers extra gang fore man at Shepherdsville is at horn for a few weeks on account of bad healthThomas Barnett of Wildie wh has been in poor health some tim was in town Wednesday very much improved Mr and Mrs A C Towery and little son Bige are visiting in Richmond Winchester and Irvin this week Atty Dave Hammock and Mr Chas Chandler were down trom London Sunday to see two of Londons fairest belles who were visiting in Mt Vernon Mrs Willis Adams and daughters Misses Ida May and Elizabe were called to Lancaster Tuesday on account of the serious illness of Mrs Adams mother Mrs Schooler Mrs James Maret who is visit ing in Galveston and other Texas points for her health writes that she is greatly enjoying the outi and regaining strength and heal in that Southern climate and hot to return home after several wee sojourn fully restored W J Newcomb one of Roc castles boys who learned the to graph busines at Mt Vernon depot has had the position of cashier of the Southern Pacific Railroad and Steamship company at Galveston Tex for past twelve or fifteen years is now we are glad to say on easy street With judicious in vestment in Texas real estate and patience he has realized a snug fortune Will has not lorgotten his native hills and friends of his boyhood days and says he wishes them to know of his wishes to re turn some day and spend the re mainder of his allotted time Rockcastle inI Cashier W L Richards spent the whole of last week in Gallatin county looking after same business interestMiss T Frslugave a delightful party to her young friends Thursday evening in honor of her thirteenth birthday Misses Berda Brock and Lucy Farris of London were guests of Mrs E S Albright from Satur day until Monday Jennie Davis attended IMiss at Brodhead Satur and visited her cousin Miss Bettie Hicks daughterMiss and children leave tonight for a visit to relatives in Indiana Misses Lillie and Tanna Thomp son returned home Sunday after an extended visit to their grand mother Mrs W M Poynter JCTuesdayiltook young Adams who was given 18 years for killing Jim Hayes to the pen tCharley Fletcher L N brake man who has been sick at the home of his father Edd Fletcher for about two weeks is improving John Gregory telegraph opera tor London stopped off here yes terday and went on to Lancaster s fair this morning accompanied by Lloyd Maret Nate Evans another one of the boys who learned to telegraph at Mt Vernon depot now dispatch ing trains for the L N atKnox ville Tenn was out last week to see his father Capt A H Evans Brodeadwhose death occurred Sunday night A party composed of the follow ing persons left here yesterday morning for a two days stay at Mammoth Cave Mesdames G M Ballard W L Richards Misses Mary Johns Daisy Fish Sadie Richards Bessie Caldwell and Mr and Mrs E S Albright LOCAL See Fish about Globe Fertilize for your wheat crop New line of Kentucky Scenery- on Post Cards at Fishs G A R Reunion at Woodstock Aug 6 7 and 8 1908 Anew patent derailing switch has been put in at Sparda A child of Sam Bryant Brush Creek died yesterday morning Adams ice delivery is proving a reat convenience to our people cantper ute Sow lots of wheat this fall get MteVernonExcursion from Stanford to Cm 175otripeThe attendance at Masonic lodge Monday evening was the largest during the year Mrs Bealab Britton who ha been very sick for the past week is much improved Brodhead Baptist cemetery has the only white bronze monument in the county It is claimed that this material will last much longer than marble or granite othf who has just finished a weeks re rival at New Hopewellchurch near East Bernsladt saying that h e had a splendid meeting with ten additions to the church and four teen confessing faith in Christ distririgct thburg August 27th to nominate sa Hotksof Richmond and Judge L W Bethurum of this Probablele SIGNAL representative as to the JudgeBethnrumdeny it DEAD Mrs Mary Langford aged about 70 years died yesterday at the home of her daughter Mrs Monroe Singleton of a complication of diseases Three sons and a daughter survive her Tip Dock and Elza Langford and Mrs Singleton She was a good chri ian woman and was loved at respected by all The remains w laid to rest this afternoon in t family buryu grgroundnear Cove n 1 21= i0 3333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333 OQG- e8c 33333333333333333333333333333333333o issss9ss eseeseese eooeeo soeo o 0 ct ieeellei e e iee ei08 eo oss = o- rplgOLL ee0 e e0ee s ss se s e a0 ooeoeeosoosoc e o0t 0 1011 c c c CJe e 9 0 I T11 1ODI h TOIg I Fishs Clothing Store im I IIIande get BARGAINS like these 1I111 es Dotif 1500 Suits for 1175 MENS 1350 Suits for 1075ooo MENS 1250 Suits for 950 e MENS 1000 Suits for 750 ea MENS 700 Suits for 500e BOYS COYS iThese are a few of the Bargains we are offering the people of Rockcastle Countym We always Bargains but are the greatest shown in Mt Vernon rEi EVERYTHING NEW iE iGNE US A CHANCE TO SHOW YOU CAN SAVE YOU ii to 500 on your Summer It is the quallity that attracts and the that sells i We will have our hall Open o ing of Tailormade Clothing trunkosuncIleta special man from city to take your measure OS esa eee ee eoooooeeooooooooooooooooosoaeor Rev Frank Hamm is holding a very enthsiactic meeting at the Cummins school house this week Many interested visitors have been to see the large crusher ma chine in operation at Sparda during th weekThe have on foot a move j merit toward the erection of new lodge rooms with business rooms on first floor Ball game tomorrow afternoon between Berea and the local te am Come out if you want to see a good game of ball The new roller mill is runnin full time filling local orders and trade as well as shipping to variou points along the railroad Hot weather doesnt seem t attendancs e a displayed in Masonic and Odd Fellow lodges here L T Welch has recently contracted for some large tracts of hickory timber in this county the Turner Day Woolsworth Handle Company which he repre sents Elder A C Griffith will begin a protractedmeeting at Raspberry tomorrow the first Saturday in in August and will also begin a series of meetings on Fridaybefore the second Sunday in September There is much activity around the new roller mills Many loads of grain come in daily Much of it is sold to the mill and there mainder hauled back by the farmers in shape of flour bran and fee stuff countay court received a few days sheepclaimshad been reported to the auditor Those holding claims properly lowed should forward same to auditor at once We are authorized by Miss Johns Langdonthe Brown Memorial school will stopen as usual in September The beillen ushee ment in our next issue Jm8MNA SHOES BfTTffi The Leadlng C1 ssS ss eeeeeee s The L N will sell tickets to Richmond August 18 to 21 for 134 round trip account of Richmond fair CHEAP RATEsRoundtrip to Louisville 250 for special train leaving Mt Vernon 255a m August 9th Good returning only on special train leaving Louisville 730 p m same date FOR farm known as the Micajah McKenzie farm containing 138 acres situated i miles west of Mt Vernon HINSUANg31 31 Ky Reports from farmers through out the county indicate that there oof wheat sown in Rockcastle than ever in its history The new mill at Mt Vernon is the principle in ducement EVANsAfter two weeks illness Captaihn t July 26th at his home in Brodhead Capt Evans was a veteran of the Civil War and served with distin tion as a captian of an Ohio company from the place of his nativit7 After the war he took up law as a profession and successfully practiced until he moved from Zanesville Ohio to a farm near Mt Vernon Ky where he followed farmin many years as wellas practicin his profession He later moo toSBrodhead and was appointed post master where he gained the insdpe c tors as being one of the best in state if not in the republic was a plasing speaker and was a force in politics Wasa man of honor and had the confidence of the people The burial took place Stalchurchyard at Brodhead under the charge of the Masynic fraterni himThosman of St Joe Mo and George E Evans Vice President of the N R R There are four daug tens and one son One daughter Mrs Anna E Miller is postmistress at this place and the son Nate Eyans is train dispatcher at Knoxville for the L N it S e 0 f 500 Suits for 400 450 Suits for 375 S CHILDRENSt 350 Suits for 275SCHILDRENS 275 Suits for 200 CHILDRENS 150 Suits for 100 I only many great have these ever te WE from 200 Suit 1 price s ARE shier s e orrrrerrorrorrrrreseeeoeeoeoo SALEMy TAKEN upA black bore weight about 60 pounds with whit MayOwnercan damages J W ROBERTS July 30 31 Brodhead Ky J W Rider has taken contract for doing X600 or 700 worth of concrete work in the way of side walks and tensing for U G Baker on his pretty residence grounds Cherry Grove in northeastern part os town Our interpretation of the school law as stated in our last issue was in part grossly wrong and we desire to correct any false impression it might have made The chairman of the various Educational districts do not select the teachers for the whole county but the trustees of each educational district choose the teachers fqr all the schools in the several districts of that Educational division DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CAMPAIGN FUND matterchow large or small to Jonas Mc Kenzie Treasurer Mt Vernon and proper credit will be given and your name recorded in this list the Friday following the date of the remittance Small donations forgIssue3100g 100edIn one of the fastest games ever played on the local diamond the crack baseball team of Mt Vernon defeated Livingston Saturday by isHMt Vernon Livingston rfFS Tate c Johnson ss Parrett cf Hertig If Barnett p Clutts c C McKenzie 3rd R Pike 2nd V C Tate SSeReynold 1st J McKenzie ist Orndoff cf Thompson 2nd Dugger 3rd Martin rf Stringer p 123456789totalh Livingston ooiotooooo i Struck out by Barnett 14 by Stringer 10 Hits Mt Vernon 5 Livingston i Time of game 125 Umpire Britton o Leave your measure with us thatonew Fall Suit Woolens in I the peice on display here on the Lfabove dates Let us show you e new s yes 0 S sssesSSsDe5SS3SSS S ssesseseSSss eOee ee0oe eee e eeeee L T Welch representing the WoolswortheHandle Co was in Lancaster Wednesday and closed a deal for a large track of hickory timber known as Leavell track It is located in the southern part of the county and contains about 800 OASII1CI acresRA BUll the Signature of tJ aUh QBant Hamms thresher has al ready turned out ten thousand bushels of wheat in the Southwestern portion of our county and is gradually moving in the direction of the Conway section where many crops are rwaiting the arrival of the machine Other threshers are also busy in various sections of the countyfOLEYSILONETfARIID Ier chitdrent safe sur Jlo r lat oooooooooooooooooooo The effect of malaria lasts a long time g 0down tyIt builds new blood and tones up your nervous 0system 0 0OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO J III The Old Reliable III ttfRELIABLE flfCheapest Drug Store in the county IU C DAVISSo- uth 111 Side Main Street I MT VERNON KY u 0= 3S= E J=g s = v I GRANVILLE OWENSI- UNDERTAKERI IBrodhead Ky I COMPLETE LINE X Coffins Caskets and JRobes All Mail Telegraph or Telephone orders Promptly Filled OC q WO rUHDBBTAKBB I n MT VERNON KY m lo t IJr Capt Jack Crawford army scout Indian fighter poet and lecturer who has been a uestof Gen Rodger D Williams of Lexington for several days aitaough a life long Republican will not vote for Taft but is an ardent supporter of William J Bryan for President Concerning his position on the presidential issue Capt Crawford sajdOf course I am a Republic- anII a Yankee soldier and got shot twice during the unpleasantness I believe in Roosevelt He is the greatest man on earth to day I believe alsoJthat William Jennings Bryan thinks more of Roosevelt than the majority of the politicians who nominated raft against their will On both oc casions when Bryan was nominated before I was on the Republican staff of national speakers and gave UP 350 a week and expenses to take 200 for the purpose of help ing McKinley Ialso did all that I cculd for Roosevelt But I will raise no hand against Bryan in this campaign My first reason for not doing so is that Bryan stands for all that is best in the Roosevelt policy Second Bryan and Roosevelt are both opposed JJby the same outlaw trusts the Guffeys Sullivans and the boss Tammanyities whipped into line by the voiceof the people and their own cowardice Allied as they are with corporation interests they are with corporation interests they are simply obeying their lords and masters the money kings because Roosevelt was is and always will be for a square deal and progressive policies against the scheming and plotting of men intent on defeating bis programme THE REMEDY THAT DOES Dr Kings New Discovery is the remedy that does the healing other promise but fail to perform says Mrs E R Pierson of Au burn Centre Pa It is curing me of throat and lung trouble of long standing that other treatments relieved only temporarily New Discovery is doing me so much good that I feel confident its con tinued use for a reasonable length and cold remedy and throat and lung healer is sold at Chas C Davis drug store soc and 100 Trial bottle free CASTOElXABern BIguature of r KILL COUCH AND CURE LUNGS WITH THE I THE Dr Kings I AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEEDSATISFAO OR OR MONEY REFUNDED TAKE THE POSTMASTERS WORD FOR IT Mr F M Hamilton postmaster at Cherryvale Ind keeps also a stock of general merchandise and patent medicines He says Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is standard here in its line It never fails to give satisfaction and we could hardly afford to do without it For sale by Chas C Davis FOR SALEMy farm of 200 a cres in the Eastern part of the county ISO acres in cultivation 80 acres of which is in grass Good buildings splendid orchard well watered and under good fence Will sell at a bargain Address WILLIS KyI REV I W WILLIAMS TESTI FIES Rev I W Williams Huntington W Va testifies as fullows This is to certify that I used Foleys Kidney Remedy for nerv ous exhaustion and kidney trouble and am free to say that Foleys Kidney Remedv will do all that youclaim for it i jjfrisHandmade Coffins furnished w IIearse sent to all parts of the county jj s IIAll orWbAreFjlled perfecthealth II COURIERJOURNAL CUTS A SPECIAL RATE OF 125 FOR THE CAMPAIGN AND ELECTION For the first time in its history The CourierJournal has made a special cut rate on its Daily for the campaign The regular price is 6 a year or 3 for six months For the campaign a rate ot 125 has been made to apply to orders received during the months of June July and August After August 31 the regular rates will be in effect Subscriptions received during these months at this rate will be entered on the Courier Journal mailing list until December i next when all will expire Send in yonr orders at once through this paper The earlier you get in the more papers you receiveHenry Watterson has announced that the CourierJournal will support the Democratic ticket from end to end and he believes the ticket will win in November liThe Louisville Times edited by Col W B Haldeman has made the same rate 125 under tile same conditions The Times is the best Demcratc afternoon paper printed anywhere THE DOCTOR AWAY FROM HOME WHEN MOST NEEDED People are often very much dis appointed to find that their family physician is away from home when they most need his services Diseases like cramp colic and cholera morbus requires prompt treatment and have in many instances proven fatal before medicine could be procured or a phpsician summoned The right way is to keep at hand a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedv No physician can prescribe a better medicine for these diseases By having it in the house you can escape much pain and suffering and all risk Buy it now it may save life Fo sale by Chas C Davis DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is good for cuts burns bruises and scratches It is especially good for piles Recommended and sold by Chas C Davis Judge Speer of the United States Corut at Mt Airy Ga has granted Georgia merchants a preliminary injunction restraining several railroads operating lines in the South from putting into effect the increased rates on shipment of staple products from Western to Southern points which were to be come effective August i Use DeWitts Little Early Risers pleasant little pills that are easy to take Sold by Chas C D- avisORINO laxative Fruit Syrup Pleasant to take The new laxative Does not gripe or nauseate Cures stomach and liver troubles and chronic con stipation by restoring the natural action ofthe stom ach liver and bowels Refuse substitutes Price 60c lviA5 CARSON PAWTER AN- DPAPERHAJMR WALL PAPER ROOM- MOULDINGS ETC Let us make an estimate on work before placing your orderIAll Work Guaranteed L1 i IY I TWENTY PER CENT- INCREASE SCHOOL PER CAPITA THIS YEAR FIXED AT 360 r EThe largest per capita that the State has ever had for the benefit of its school children was declared by Superintendent of Public Instruct ion J G Crabbe it being 360 an increase of 20 cents over the amount of last year The school per capita calculated annral y upon the amount available lor the school fund and the number of the pupils in the State There are 4735 mOle pupils in the State this year than last while the school tund is estimated at 2661 66720 Superintendent Crabbes statement of the per capita issued from the Department of Public Instruction is as follows The school fund estimated distributes for the payment of teachers for the fiscal year ending June 30 1909 amounts to 2661 66720 The per capita is declared 360 this year is an increase of 20 cents hence this per capjta for the year 19089 is the largest in the history of the State Pupils in counties 587051 Pupils in cities 152301 Total 739352 The school census last year was 734617 pupils This year the in crease is 4734 Respectfully submitted J G CRABBE Superintendent a Foleys Orino Laxative the new laxative stimulates but does not irritate it is the best laxative Guaranteed or your money back 0A B T C eI xABears the lava Dauht CZm FOR SALEMv farm of 100 acres near Wildie known as the Elizabeth Hayes farm Well set in grass has good houses good orchard good running water Will sell at a bargain Call and see me before buying HAYES juivio Mildie Ky Peoples Cure for Stomach Ills It would be folly to say that a person should always be his own doctor There quickinphysician but the fact does remain that there are many ailments that can be curedat home at very little expense anyfirstclassAmong the diseases that can be effec pertainlike constipation dyspepsia biliousness sickheadachesCaldwellsSyrupand among its staunchest friends are the doc knowtheycredicnts contained in this remedy and hence itItof an attack some people hesitate to take such asimple remedy and run to a doctor but alter DrCaldwe11s pointiswho suffered from what the doctors called ca diebytite couldnt digest what little he did eat had severe pains in the stomach and finally moments when he himself thought he would die CaldwellsSyrup naturallyadvisesit It can be had in cent and bottles and results are absolutely guaranteed or money is refunded Buy a bottle today and watch results IIFREE TESTThose wishing to try Dr lag have a free sample bottle sent to their addressing the This is to that the as to those taken it Send for It any Genuestjyetbears guarantee PEPSIN SYRUP CO 119 Caldwell Bldg Montlcello III e JUST EXACTLY RIGHT I have used Dr Kings New Life Pills for several years and find them just exactly right says Mr A A Felton of Harrisville N Y New Life Pills relieve without the least discomfort Best remedy for constipation bilious ness and malaria 250 at Cha C Davis drug store LAND STOCK AND CllOJ FOR SALECedar posts any size or length H J MULLINS JuneII3t Mt Vernon K- yNOTIEMy yearling bull Moberly will be permitted to serve a few cows at 100 MODE CRAWFORD June 263t Brodhead Ky BEST THE WORLD AFFORDS nIt gives me unbounded pleas ureto recommend Bucklens Arnica Salve says JTN Jenkins of Chapel Hill N C I am convinced its the best salve the world affords It cured a felon on my healjevery k PAINS BIG MIMIC CITY Pains Big Pompeian Spectacle Each Night at the State Fair No scenic representation could be more realistic than the magnificent view which is spread out before the spectator in Pains elaborate production Last Days of Pompeii The scenic city spreads out over an area of four acres of ground and so perfect is the work of the painter in the per spective that one seems to be looking upon a real city and a landscape that stretches seemingly away for miles Real massive buildings twenty to fifty feet high loom up in the foreground representing the palaces temples etc of the picturesque ancient city while huge triumphal arches adorn its streets Towering above all these is the ever beautiful but treacherous Mt Vesuvius A force of over forty skill ed scenic mechanics are necessary to place this scenic city in position each day in spite of every time and labor saving device that can be provided Pompeii is to be destroyed again Not the ancient city that nestled- among the Italian hills at the foot cf Mt Vesuvius but the big scenic city in Pains vast spectacle of Last Days of Pompeii that will be seen at the Kentucky State Fair This mimic city represents with ideal accuracy the fated city that perished in the First century of the Christian era The scenery used In this production covers an area of fully four acres of ground but so deceptive is the perspective that it appears to spread out over many times that space The view is said to be marvelously correct and his torically accurate being like what the archeologists now suppose the ancient city was at the time it was destroyed The whole effect under the glare of half a hundred arc lights and calciums is most beautiful As one sits In the vast amphitheatre and gazes on the scene before him he sees the tall Ve suvius with its head raised against the sky below are the houses temples arches etc and to properly represent these latter many real struc tures twenty to forty feet in hefght are blended in with the picture in the background The scene opens with a fete day In the ancient city and for upward of an hour the audience is entertained with a vivid production of the sports and feats of the hippo drome exciting chariot races sensa tional aerial and acrobatic feats pret ty ballets imposing and gorgeously costumed processions choruses mu sic etc The tragic dramatic episodes of the spectacle are shown in panto mime The fetes are interrupted by the terrific eruption of Vesuvius and the destruction of the city by the earthquake which is a scene thrilling beyond description and brings into ac tion all the skill and ingeniousness of Pains artists Following these stir ring scones there is presented a beautiful exhibition of fireworks and those who have seen these pyrotechnics cf the famous Pain have never realized the full meaning of the word before Railroads will make special rats from nearly all surrounding towns on the date cf this exhibition The most magnificent display of py rotechnics ever witnessed in this section of the state is promised In connection with Rains big spectacle TMs display is in fact the crowning feature of the marvelous exhibition and as Pain has long enjoyed the reputation of king of pyrotechnists in both England and America it is more than likely we shall behold something unusually fine in pyrotechnic novelties on this occasion Among the most elaborate set pieces shown will be a mammoth revolving fountain of fire Alladins Jeweled Palms and the beau tiful Pyramids These are only a few of the larger special pieces that will be shown For the edification of the little folks there will be be a large number of comic fireworks devices such as the DevilAmongtheTallors the huge walking elephant the flying pigeons the acrobatic monkey the fly Ing fish etc TOBACCO Tobacco will be a bigger feature than ever at the State Fair this year The prizes offered are larger and the classes are more numerous Classes are provided r the following mirley typos Red Leaf Bright Leaf Cigar ette wrapper and Bright Trash The dark types are black wrapper long or African leaf French leaf Italian leaf Green River leaf and stemming leaf Hon M C Rankin offers 75 in spe dais for the best display of 1907 burley crop for the best display of 1908 dark tobacco and best display of 1908 Green Rive tobacco Not more than four samples can be entered out of a single crop but if the exhibitor has more than one crop raised on his farm he is entitled to four samples out of each crop A special burley tobacco class Is being considered in which the entries of dealers growers or associa tions will be accepted RAILROAD RATES TO STATE FAIR Railroad rate of one fare plus 25 cents for round trip from all points in Kentucky has been secured by the Transportation Committee for the State Fair It is estimated that a quarter of a million people will take advantage of this rate There will be more than 3000 awards of premiums at the Kentucky State Fair this year aa average of more than awards daily For catalogue entry blanks or other infonnttott write J W Newman Sec rotary 320 Paul Jone Building Low Yale Ky A REVELATION It is a revelation to people the severe cases of lung trouble that have been cured by Foleys Honey and Tar It not only stops the cough but heals and strengthens the lungs L M Ruggles Reas nor Iowa writes The doctors said I had consumption and I got no better utftil I took Folqys Honey and Tar It stopped the hemorrhages and pain in my lungs and they art now as sound as a bullet v Kentucky Fair Dates Georgetown July 28 5 days Henderson July 28 4 days Lancaster July 29 3 days Winchester August 4 4 days Russell Springs Aug 4 4days- Madisollville Aug 4 5 days Danville August 5 3 days Lexington August 10 5 days Burkesville August 114 days Union town Aug II s days BRODHEAD August 12 3 days Springfield Aug li 4 days Sulphur Aug 14 2 days Columbia Aug 18 4 daysILawrenceburg Aug Shepherdsville Aug 18 4 days Leitchfleld Aug 18 3 days Richmond Aug 18 4 days Sanders Aug 19 4 da sIErlanger Aug 19 4 Barboursville August 19 3 days Vahceburg Aug 19 4 days daysI 3 days 4 days 25 4uays Shelbyville Aug 25 4 davs Germantown Aug 26 4 diys Florence Aug 26 4 days Liberty Aug 26 3 days Somerset September i 4 days Paris September i 5 days Harrodshurg Sept i 4 days Alexandria Sept i 4 bays Bardstown Sept 2 4 days Fern Creek Sept 2 4 days Monticello September 84 days Hodgensville Sept 8 3 days Glasgow Sept 9 4 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sept 14 6 days BEST MEDICINE IN THE WORLD FOR COLIC AND DIARRHOEA II find Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy to be the best rembdy in the world says Mr C L Carter of Skirum Ala 1 am subject to colic and diarrhoea Last spring it seemed as though I would die and I think I would if I hadnt taken Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy 1 havent been bothered with it since nntil this week when I had a very severe attackand took half a bottle of the twentyfive cent size Chamberlains ColIc Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and this morning I feel like a new man IIFor sale by Chas C Da visThe statement of the New York Clearinghouse banks hold 56 516250 more the requirements of the 25 per cent reserve rule This is an increase of 3787850 in the proportionate cash reserve as compared with the previous week CURED THREE OF THE FAMILY WITH ONE BOTTLE OF CHAMBERLAINS COLIC CHOLERA AND DIARRHOEA REMEDYI a bottle ot Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and found it to be all claimed for it in the advertisements Three of the family have used it with good results in summer complaint H E Howe publisner of the Press Highland Wis For sale by Chas C Davis R W YC- HEDENTIST MT VERNON KY Office in the J T Adams brick All Work Guaranteed Satisfac toryCrown and Bridge Work a Specialty rodhead Marble Work BODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence D B ALBRIGHT Manager M L MYERSDentist At Residence on Old Main Street MT VERNON KY Work guaranteed C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY OFFICE On 2cd floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church streetSpecial attention given to collections Phone No 80 3 C MoGLARY Undertaker Embalmer Complete LINE of Caskets Robes c Orders by Telephone attend ed Stanford Ky ftl j aijI t1I s IKS IfcI tASTORM ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT- SimuIaifigtheFoodanjRg11a lcgetabe andBovclsof Promotes DigestionJCheeifii ness and RestContainsneilterJ OpiuiuMorphine norMitteraL NOT NARCOTIC ivIO1dPS4kUffPflTBZ Bmpkia Seed Rmtrmml Kiutotuifbni II ApcrfectRemedyfrrConsllpation WorrasCoiTvalsionsfeverish nessmulLOSSOFSLEEP TacSimtlc Signature of NEW YORK eeF00 rr Exact Copy of Wrapper STII For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTO RIA iJ4Go to Carmicals for Fresh Oysters Coconuts Pine Apples Cocoa Table Jelly PrunesF o Figs Raisons Shreadecl Wheat Evap orated Pairs Ice Cream Jell0 Baked HWAll goods delivered in town When you M want groceries call Phone 561 l W H CARMICAL CO Next door to Bank of Mt Vernon Mt Vernon Kentucky x CpCcLP 31 SHOES line of Shoes are in and we iQU1SP1ing there is no place in the wantIcantinda better assortment line than ours GENTLEMENS BOYS AND MISSES LOW CUTS iLADIESandexamine We are glad to show you you buy or not J McKENZIE SO- NEvery 1vv f o C 7 YY w i Month writes Mrs E Fournier of Lake Charles LaHI used to suffer from headache backache side ache pressingdown pains and could hardly walk At last I took Cardui and now I feel good all the time TAKE Tue CARD UI It Will Help You Cardui is a medicine that has been found to act strengtheningcause their work is too hard for them It is not a pain killer but a true female remedy composed of purely vegetable ingredients perfectly harmless and recommended for all sick wo men old or young Try Cardui Womens Relief AT 4LL DRUG STORES