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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f rty iiraea FPublished Every- Friday ubY r 1015Jri T C nunl littrUiOP r ltIJtt VOLUME XXI MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY AUG 21 1908 NUMBER 47 t W lbAND 1 1 y Dont forget your cash as these are cash pricesBYT BEST CALICOES 5 cantsl- ri 5 For the next Jays I wil sell all ji1 50 39 cts j IV oIt ioo r 7Qcts l c BIIOI 50a I MENS jrSuits worth 1600 now 1300 fSuits worth 1500 now 1200 Suits worth 1200 now Qooi Suits worth 8 0o now 650 1Iw D Suits worth 550 now 400 I CHILL RENS M ISuits from 80 cents to 2 f Boys Corduroy pants were q cents nqvy 39 cents j f Prices on Shoes the same as Bother goods Come while they last 1 Dont forget the Cash A I SKIRTS I A lot of Ladies Skirts were to 4now 150 to 250 la great bargain A jotqf LinnljupCafpet and i RtCOME NOW GTJOHNSON O K STORE MtVernon Ky V X2K w BltODlI E A D Mr and Mrs D Francisco of Cimaron Kans have returned to their home after a pleasant visit of a week to his brother F Francisco and familyMr and Mrs W E Spraule and children have returned to their home at Paris Ky after a six weeks visit here the guest of Mrs Spraules motherI Mrs F Francisco Mr Jack McCall left for their home in Tennessee last Monday They accompanied horne by Mr Mc cbesInntguests during the fair Dr and Mrs J S Wesley and daughter of Liberty KyMrs Laura B Cable entertained Mr and Mrs E J Hamm of New Hope and Mrs R Thompson and son of Paris John and Clarence Perkins and illy McGraw of Junction City were up for the fair and while here were guests of Virgil Martin Fair week come and gone but it can be truthfully said that this was the best fair ever held in Brodhead from every stand point Pres Cherry Secy Robins certainly are to be congratulated The Misses Vermillions of Danville are the charming guests of Miss Elizabeth TharpMr and Mrs W J Lynch Bracken county are visitors of Mr and Mrs John Cherry Miss Elizabeth Pike won the watch in the most popular young lady costest She won by n thousand votes Miss Burdette Owens was second Misses Ethel and John Eva Hilton were the guests oftheir aunt Mrs Susie B Cherry during the fctirMiss Beu lah and Messrs Home Oscar and Walter Wallin visited Mr and Mrs E J Wallin on College street last andra duringndthe worlds fair last weekMi Lem Phay Jones of Bedford Ind is a pleasant visitor of Miss Bur dette Owens Miss Elizabeth Tharp royally entertained the yi u igsters with a lawn fete last Monday night in honor of her guests Misses Vermillion of Dan ville R G Wilmott of Nepton O L Wilmott of Knoxville and Mrs G W Brooks of Williams burg visited their mother Mrs M E Wilmott during the fair Miss Lucy Evans of London came down to the fair last week a Idwbie here was the guest of Mr and Mrs W T Evans Miss Maude Graham of New Haven visited Mr and Mrs J W Tate and while here attended the fair During the fair last we k Miss Maude Watson had as hr guests Misses Jalia Reynolds and Cora GriffinWm Watson and wife of Garrard county spent fair week with Mr and Mrs J F Wa sonCbas R Pike has returned to Knoxville Tenn after spending the summer at home here with his parents Mr and Mrs A J Pike =Miss Bessie Shay has ceturnecj to her home at Corhin after spend ind five weeks here with her cousin Mrs D B RarriboM and Mrs Ill L Sullivan of WilHamsburg visited Mr and Mrs Wi T Brooks last weekMrs W E Graveley and children and Mrs H H Hutchescm left last Monday night for an extended visit to Virginia Miss Jennie Davis came down last Tuesday and remained over until after the fair and while here was a charming visitor of Miss Bet tie Hicks Tbe Hamiltonian Soci ety of the Christian church will present two plays here during the Institute on Tuesday and Thursday nights respecth lyMr and MrsI M G Sigmou and daughter Miss Belle of Corbin spent the large- part of last week here with Mr S gonts father Jcl John Sjgr mon =Mr Bob Jbnes exraarshall of Stanford and two daughters visited his nephew Wm Adams during the fairMisses Perry and Hutcheson of Owenton and Messrs McAfee of Pine Knot and Hutcheson of Owentou wet e among the guests of Mr and Mrs JW Hutcheson during the fair Rev and Mrs A J Pike enter tuned a very large crowd during the fair Among them were T Griffin and sister of Jellied Tenn John D Pike of Lebanon Junctio iand Miss Edith lCress of Corbin f W H Leece has returned to Monticello alter having a pleasant visit with his parents Mr and Mrs Granville Leece Sine the ftir Biodhead has resumed its former place as one of the quietest lit tIe cities in Kentucky Mr Edgar Dunn and sister Miss Ella have returne to Danville alter spending several days here Mrs Air rtle OBanuon Coffey of Stanford is spending a few days with her utcle Mr T S Frith C H Frith came oer from Lex ington and spent a portion of last week in our cityAmong the out o town bankers here during tie fair were A C McClary of TroyI R G Wilmott nf Neptou S B McAfee of Pine Knot W G Smith ot Sherburue M B Salin W L Richards and A B Furnish EdIwardhomes after spending 5 weeks in our cty with Mr and Mrs J W Tate CURED HAY FEVER AND SUMMER COLD A S Naubaum Batesville Iud writes Last year I suffered for three month with a summer cold so distressing that it interferredwith my business 1 had many of the symptoms of hay fever and a doctors prescription did not reach my case and I took several medi cines which seemed only to aggra vate it Fortunately I insisted upon having Foleys Honey and Tar It quickly cured me My wife has sinceused Foleys Honey and Tar with the same success COUNTY CONVENTION PROGRAM To be held at Rose Hill Septem ber 13th 1908 930 Devotional ser ice AJ Burk 945 Bible study Thejesscm for next Sunday Special song Maretburg choir ror5 Presidents address ad dresses of welcome and Re sponce S Fr Bowmam 1035 The Kentucky Bible school Centennial Enterprise S E Chandler Iioo Discussion Special song Buckeye choir iiis Our debts RrAL Hopkins 1140 Roll call of the county conducted by Robt M Hopkins 1200 Appointment of committees and announcementsNOON NtENt Basket Dinner Eels Devotional services G M Eish Special song Green Hill choir Business session- a Minutes of last convention- b Report of Sect A M Hiatt- c Report of committee- d offering for state and county work 210 The tetchers training class Jacob Sambrooks 225 The adult Bjbleclass W H Cox 4o The Bible school and the children G M Fish Special song Rose Hill choir 3500 Our watchword for the year in Rockcastle county 325 General Discussion Edd Geutry A J Burk J W Lee Everybody invitedS Pres WHY JAMES LEE GOT WELL Everybody in Zadesvile 0 knows Mrs Mary Lee of rural route 8 She writeseMy husband James Lee firmly believes he owes his life to the use of Dr King New Discovery His lungs were so severely affected that consumpt ton seemed inevitable when a friend recommended New Dis co We tried it and ii s use healthr II If Rings New Discovery is the King and lung remedies For coughs and colds it has no equal The first dose gives relief Try it Sold under guarantee at Chas C Davis drug store Soc and Stop Trial bottle free Jbhn G Carlisle secre tary oj the treasury under Cleveland ex presses his opinion of the politica I outlook as follows Taft has the best of it and will probably be elected But the fight is not m onesided as in t andrnumber of things may happen thenext few months to give t election to Bryant Established 11ft 4 j L ftBeingnecessary we run our in order to do so we offer our entire stock of Shoes C6tinq andorons itt iI F iOres5 Goods and Caficoes i anJd ECalIcoes go at a discounteof M iit t F KRUEGER SOL i i Mt Vernon Kenl l v r Phone 87 1LML7L1Vt 1L711e M ltM141vLVLJVL l 1Vt WV l PROGRAM For fifth Sumday meeting of the Executive Board of the Rockcastle Association to be held at Poplar Grove church Saturday and Sun day August qgth and 30 1908 SATURDAY- i 10 A M Singing and prayer 2 Meeting called to order and the mission of the Board stated by Bro H C Gentry Chm 3 Welcome addresses Rev James Cummins and Rev Godby 4 Home and Foreign Mission Revs Dock Gooch and W M Brock 5 Adjournment fort dinner which will be served at the church 6 The needs or benefit of this Board to the cause of Christ and the Association Geo E Painter Open for general discussion SATURDAY NIGHT j The true Church of Christ when and where established Rev C C Wilson SUNDAY 8 The design of Baptism and what it is for in a literal sense Rev A J Pike 9 Final perseverance of the Saints Rev C C Metcalf 1H C Gentry Executive Board E Painter Wm M Hurst sWilliam J Bryan the Demo cratic nominee will deliver a speech on the tariff at Ds oines Ia today auc wilt leave tonight for where he will attend- a conference of Democratic leaders Mr Bryan expects to remain in Chicago for three days- EXCELLENT HEALTH ADVICE Mrs M M Davidson of No 379 Gifford Aye San Jose Cal says The worth of electric Bitter as a general family remedv tor headache biliousness and torpor of rroIuounceda vpr benefit of those seeking relief from morettoaa naYhe other remedy I know of under guarantee at Chas 01 rjavistdrugstJre soc V fl 9 ft n ttttttt1TftttTtttYttittitiY f 11 1f SwAt Cost0 = == ON StTU= t AY AUG S 1SQS EJJfillieR and Gents Furnishings Hosiery and E Notions Dress Goods Ladies andents = r Slippers Also Men and Boys Pants will he E S soldfal Cost Please remember the date e Everybody come and get a bargain Ig JaJSTOKES On Sast rork ksggs Greek Three miles South of lIt Vernon E P S Remember that in connection we have a general 3= blacksmith shop VagQll making and repairingo a specialty 111111111111111111111ltl1 111 1111111111111111 l 11111111111 Frankfort Ky Aug 13Gov ernor Wilson tonight denied emphatically that he has any intention oi notifying W S Taylor afre the election in November he must return to Kentucky to stand trial for alleged complicity in the plot which brought about the assassina tion of William Goebel as stated in a Louisvillepaper this afternoon eI have positively talked one upon the subject of having MrI Taylor brought back to Kentucky or on his voluntary return to stand trial nor have I considered the case in any way with respect to politics There his absolutely no foundation whatever for the refer ence which is made to me and wha I noon will do in the papers this inter FOR SBERT I bale found Bucklens Salve to be the proper thing to use for sore feet as well as for healing burns sores cuts and all manner ofabrasions writes Mr W Stone of East Poland Maine It is the proper thing too for piles Try it Sold under guarantee at Chas C Davis drug store 250 1 i 1887 r t us A BOON TO ELDERLY PEOPLE Most elderly people nave some kidney or bladder disorder that is datgerousFoles asitcorrects irregularities and tones up takingFoleysand be vigorous Sold by Chas C Davis Congressman James S Ssman was offiQ iily informed of his nomination as vice presidental candidate by the Republicans in- tVtiea Tuesday Senator Burrows chairman of the Notification Com mittee will deviver an address on behalf of the committee and Mr respontha d No one is immune from kidney trouble so just remember Foleys Kidney Remedy will stop the ir regularities and cure any case of kidney or bladder trouble that is not beyond thee reach of medicine For sale by Chas 0 Davis it MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Aug 21 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 County Court Clerk We are authorized to announce G T JOHNSON as a candidate for Coun ty Court Clerk abject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce FELIX BOWMAN as a candidate for County Court Clerk suject to the ac tion of the Republican party FOR JAILERI We arc 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 THE race war which has been on in Springfield Ill for the past two weeks is one of the most dis graceful affairs that has ever blackened the pages of the history of our country The negro problem in the south is and has long since been a hard question to solve but never have the inno cent been made to suffer for the crimes of the guilty Mob law is a terrible thing but doubly so when the innocent and almost helpless are knocked dcwn drug through the streets and hanged as was the case with the old shoe maker in the Illinois capital HON F P Harrison a prominant attorney of Monticello has been nominated by the Democrats of this district as a candidate foi Com monwealths attorney to oppose Hon BJ Bethurum Mr Harrison is a splendid lawyer a good speak aad a strong advocate and will no doubt prove himselfa good runner notwithstanding the very great odds against him THE Presidential and Vice Presi dential candidates in both partIes have at last all been notified that they had been nominated and the next thing now in order is to set the ball rolling to get votes BRYAN and Helm clubs should be organized in every schooi district in the county- ROCKCASTlE COUNTY FAIR Tfae most successful exhibition of the Rockcastle County Fair f Association closed last Friday If the payment of a large dividend to stockholders is the standard of success then it would be proper for u- failure s to say that the tair was a since there will be no dividend declared But the crowd ia attendance the exhibit of good stock of all kinds the display of the floral ball and the general satisfaction and feeling of good will all satisfied that their time wd money had been well spent oepeaks a grand success The otfflce5 of the fair and especially Secretary John Robins who labored c2ith fully for a good fair is due the credit Tfce following is a list of the premiums warded for the second and third daj- SECOND DA5f- POULTRY Best pafc of geese and the best pair of tvricevA K T Smith first and second CATTiW- SSullcalf under six months 5 L Phillips first R L Smith second bull calf Over six months W T Crawford first George Srummitt seconds best bull any age L L Phillips first W T Craw ford second heifer calf over six firstr1 Sol Northern second mulch c iw any age Wood Peters first andI second best blooded cow R Smith first Harve Bowman sector d HOGS Best boar any age best sow any age and best sow and pigs J H Chestnut first and second on three euteries SHEEP allI Bestbuckany age J L Phillips first and second ewe 1 L Phillips first John Crawford second best pair buck and ewe I L Phillips first and second best two lambs buck and ewe under 12 months John Crawford first and second MULES Best mare mule colt under six months old Harve Bowman first P H Burdette second hest mule over one and under two years old Harve Bowman first J A Hop kins second best mule over two and under three W H Jones first and Second best pair mules K J Smith first A C Dunn second best jack any age John Cress of Garrard first R L Smith second We might add that Mr Cress has carried off several blues this season at Stanfordiancaster and Danville with this splendid Jack Best girl horse back rider Miss Nancy Lee Dunn boy horse back rider Ray Crawford prettiest girl baby under 12 months old Little Eliza Cummins first and Cleo Renner second The latter is the daughter ofthe late J W Reuuer Prettiest boy baby Morris Staple ton first Burdis Davis second Prettiest girl between 3 and 4 years old Special by Judge L W Bethurum Littie Miss Vado Wai len For all mule race Harrison Burdette first Jim McKinney second W M King third SADDLE CLASS Best mare or gelding one and under two years Bob Bowman first John Cress second best mare or gelding 2 and under 3 years N W Rogers first W F Ballard second DRAFT CLASS Best mare or gelding any age J B Wade first and second best pair J B Wade first G W Rogers second MODEL CLASS Best mare or gelding Dunn and Bailey of Lincoln first M L Pierce of Lebanon Junction second ROADSTER CLASS Double team Dunn and Bailey first R S Petters second SADDLE CLASS BEST RUNNING WALKER W T More first J T Cherry second Pate Parrish third THIRD D Y- HORSES Best suckling colt any sex under six months old J H Thompson of Garrard first J R Beasley of Lincoln second best harness mare or gelding one and under two years old J R Beasley first John Cress ofGaraard second best com bined mare or gelding over two and under three years old N VI Rogers first J H Thompson second best mare colt at side J H Thompson first J R Beasley secondSADDLE AND HARNESS Best combined harness and saddle stallion M L Pierce first J R Beasley second best com bined saddle and harness mare J R Beasley first M L Pierce second best saddle stallion any age M L Pierce first J R Beasley second best saddle mare or gelding J R Beasley first Dunn and Bailey second best harness stallion N W Rogers first M L Pierce second best pair harness mares or geldings J R Beasley R G Pettus second most graceful horse back rider Miss Lou Phillips first Miss Rhoda Bowman second fanciest turnout lady and gentlemen M L Peirce and Miss first C J Adams and Miss Perry of Owenton second best walk trot or canter stallion mare or gelding J R Beasley first second and third fancy har ness ring A C Dunn first R G Pettus second sweepstake roadster J R Beasley first N W Rogers second A C Dunn third free for all mul e race Harrison Jurdette first Mat Hilton second klitefagj Owens third MADE UP RACES DAV Running race 11Humesecond and N W Rogers third Pacing and trotting race O R Duckworth of Knoxville Tenn first M L Pierce second and Jackj Adams thirdr THIRD pAy Running race Hume and Martin rat F P JUDGE R G WILLIAMS Who is within the throes of a hard political fight for the Democratic nomination Commonwealths Attorney of Kenton Judicial district Judge Williama and his friends are confident of success notwithstand ing the strength of the two opposing candidates Wilkerson second and Pacing and trotting race thirdI Pierce first O R 1Theville furnished the music for the Brodhead fair last week While they are not to be compared with Saxton Trost yet for a young band wifh only a few months practice made splendid music Stephen Diesback a showman of Watsontown Pa was brutally murdered in his tent at the Blue grass Fair grounds Lexington Sunday morning Diesback ex hibited pony which he said was the smallest in the world He was struck oil the head with a tent pin The motive of the murder was robbery as 200 was missing when the murdered man was found Orville Wright who with his brother is under contract with the Government to supply an aeroplane that will make a flight of five miles Straightaway and return at a speedI of forty miles an nmH exp go Washington from Dayton 0 to prepare for the test which must be made by the end of September Foleys Kidney Remedy will cure any case of kidney or bladder trouble that is not beyond the reach of medicine No medicine can do more Sold by Chas C Davis Night riders burned two more barns in Calloway Sa urday night The victims wer hV Hendricks father and son who wfcnTrwtuesses against Jake Ellis in Yhis recent trial at Murray Supt G C Cromer of the All Prayer Foundlings Home has re turned checks sent to him by t several liquor dealers with an ex planation that the institution can not accept their money The extension of the Louisville Railway Company into the new State Fair grounds is nearing completion and will be ready for use September 5 Today has been designated for a rally of Virginia Repullicans at Hot Springs Va William H Taft will make a speech Apes your back ache Do you have sharp in the side and the small 0 rains back This is due usually to kidney trouble Take DeWitts Kidnev and ladder Pills They will promptly relieve weak back backache rheumatic pains and all Kidney and Bladder disorders Sold and recommended by Chas C Davis p SHE LIKES GOOD THINGS Mrs Chas E Smith of West Franklin Maine says 11 likeI good things and have adopted Dr Kings New Life Pills as our family laxatIve medicine because they are good and do their work without making a fuss abput it These painless purifiers at Chas C Davis drug store 25C Mrs Margaret Castens an aged St Louis woman has received 15000 as the result of a compact entered into by the girl students of German convent Each girl agreed to deposit a certain sum yearly the whole to be paid to the last survivor OA SIP 0 LTA leap the lmatareIt A tZeR j BLUE GRASS FARM FOR SA LE- As Executor of J W Gillis pie deceased the State Bank Trust Co of Richmond Ky will on Thursday September roth 1908 at 10 oclock a m offer for sale to the highest and best bidder the fine Blue Grass farm of said Gillis pie located near Lowell Garrard county Ky The entire farm consists ofabout 626 acres more or less and has thereon a splendid dwelling house containing 8 rooms a fine barn and all necessary outbuildings and is convenient to church and school being located on a turnpike and about two miles from Lowell sta tion on the L N Railroad and eight 8 miles ftom Lancaster Ky by turnpike The farm will be offered for sale in three 3 parcels separately then the two parcels on South side of turnpike together and then the farm asa whole and will be sold in the manner bringing the most money possession will be given January 1st 1909 when one thirdOof the purchase money will be due and payable and the balance of the purchase money will be in two equal installments due respectively Jan 1st i9io and Jan 1st 1911 all bearing legal in terest from Jan 1st 1909 A lien will be retained for the deferred purchase money and notes with good security for all the purchase money must be executed on day of sale Sale will take place on premisesSTATE BANK TRUST Co Richmond Ky By J A SULLIVAN Pres July is 3t- Frank PJames the State Auditor has discovrad an error of book keep ing through which the school fund has losj about 80000 for the past eight years MrJames has asked the Attorney General for an opin ion as to what course he should pursueFERTILIZERUse the Fish Guano Brand Fertilizer on your wheat For sale by Aug 731 of F R ASHER Mt Vernon Ky CASTORiAFor The Kind You Mare Always Bought Bears the- 4tRnaturp ct Willajn JBryan yesterday der pied a sensational stqav printed in Pittsburg to the effect that followers of Committeeman James Kerr had promised the Democratic can didate 200000 as a campaign con contridution for his influence in Dusting Col lames M Guffy VVHITE8 Cream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEE WORMREMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONI CWARC CENUINI I- YaJIardSnowg Liniment Co JIT LOUIS MO- r WJ c ChasC Davis I Women sufferers 0 should use nIc f pLt nMaK DONTl- et yourself to be miserable Why suffer from severe headaches have fainting spells and bo fretful Your liver needs attention Try Her bins the great liver regulator cURES Constipation new all Liver Chills and Biliousl Mrs E C Houston Teas have 1 suffered for severe headaches and fainting no relief and was I use it alwa Ballard Co ST LOUIS Sold and by CHAS Summer and other serious in hot weather can to the stomach nine of ten Keep the order right now by bottle of Kodol handy all the time but h this month whenever you feel you is the only time you take Kodol Just when then you will not be with sour stomach on the stomach and indigestion Chas C Davis To THE April 8th I loss of my entire stock ot fire which was insured ComplaintsThe New York Underwriters represented by Mr E of Mt Vernon On I received a check in full of very dollar called policy I can heartil Mr Albright and toany one wanting Judga outing of the Cincinati Club Saturday if he was elected see that the cities of up He criticised the pros ecuting attot follow the corruption Cincin ati Lexow j Foleys will give immediate sufferers and has cured that has refused to treatments Foleys is the best remedy for and all throat and Con tains no Sold by Chas C Davis CA SBea 1 Sigiatnie of Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS 1M janufacturer Granite Monuments QfaU kinds Estimates fuynis eij on applicationALSO FOR Stewarts Iron Fences IlI kIronFence 71 I r f lifetimeBlgbet r AR1 n4MPAn CINCINNATI O CIIIlopeCM V GEO OWENS Propr 5 We can furnish you this bealiful highgrade fif folding bed at pricesfeom 1 S1S7 A We can furnish you anything you want for your home from the kitchen i the parlor toi tiOld Brick Bid opposite Courthouse P Mt Vernon Kentucky Phone 941 or 9- 7cccM b rJ eS 1y r j J g t II SUMMER GOODS For the next few days I will offer some of theUU best bargains ever offered on Summer Goods f Suchas I l IfSilks White Goods Lawns Etc And in fact all kinds of dress goods I also have a large stock of SLIPPSIzS that must go regardless of price Highest price for country produce ij HIATT I IIIAC KENTUCKY f lA Convenience of the Savings Account persons keep their money here as a permanent iniIIvlauy because the risk of loaning to individuals is investment you can compute the net returns Small amounts may be added at any time A savings account offers a profitable means to realize on funds that are 1 idle awaiting investment You may withdraw apart or the entire amount at any time With a determination to save you 7 f are always welcome here Why not lend your money to the j bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts as 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 S i you will call at the bank c THE BANK OF MT VERNONr INCORPORATED MT VERNON KENTUCKY T rf fFY Y xr V j rv w tt1ttitt1 ittt11t1ttttttttt11tttJ1t1tttt1tt11tt1 1t1ttt1t11t1tt fIT VERNON MET DO PRACTICAL 3UNDERTAKERS 3 FUNERAL DIRECTORS 3AN- DEMBALMERS 5 3 Mt Vernon Ky = COUCH RfiETALIC CASKETS g = Coffins and Robes = E Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of s = work for the company = E Orders by wire promptly tilled Hearse sent to all points r5 = A B FURNISH W H KRUECER 3 E Pnone Proprietors = ar 111111111111111111111111111111ltl111111111J1111il111111 11L 11111111111 vMT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY Aug 21 1908 Z9 Call up No 79 when youVVant commune cote with SIGNAL 79 ii S 1fL1 4 R R Co TIME TABLE 22 north 124 pm 24 north 340 a ui 23 south 124 pin 21 South 1220 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Ml Veruon Ky Postofoce as secoud class mail matt- erPE11S0NAIi Miss Maude Forbes visited her father here this week Mr and Mrs G M Ballard were in Stanford first of the week Arthur Daily is in Illinois where he expects to spend several months Ross Bastin the Lancaster Electri cian was in town Monday on busi nessMiss Margarite Fish is visiting her grandmother at Fountainhead Tenn W A McClure expects to start a lively stable at London in the near future- MissesDaisy and Julia Fish are spending a week with the Misses Caldwell in London Atty and Mrs B J Bethurnrn drove over from Somerset Monday and spent the night Mrs Dave Pavne died at Crab Orchard Tuesday after an illness of several months of dropsy Misses Hutcheson and Perry of Owenton are spending the week with Mr and Mrs W B Salin Misses Lottie and Lillian Miller of Louisville are guests of the family of their uncle Mr F KruegerDillard Griffin and Thomas Cook two former Rockcastle citizens but now residing in Berea were here on business Tuesday Miss McChord the new principal of the Brown Memorial came yesterday afternoon and will enter at once upon the discharge of her dutiesDr Jones who graduated from Louisville Hospital College ot Med ciue recently returned from a few weeks stay with relatives at Villa Grove 11- 1Steve Proctor the Brodhead carpenter has been engaged at this place most of the summer Steve is certainly a first class workmanMiss Johns who has been temporarily in charge of the Lang don Dormitory since Miss Taylor left will leave the First of next week for Ashville N C Mrs Ab Sparks and children and Mrs Satterfield and children are visiting in Richmond Mrs Sparks will visit Mrs Satterfie in Louisville before returning- Mr L T Houk writes from Jamestown Iudthat he sold out his entire belongings in that place and will leave as soon as possible for New Mexico on account of the health of his family Will McClure and Shelley Fuqua will have their hacks at the London Fair They are prepared to give their customers good service which linked with cordial treatment is what all may expect who patronize them Mrs J L Bennett of Austin Texas after a pleasant stay of two months with her sister Mrs L T Welch left on her return home Mpncjay Mr ad Mrs Welc apcpmpanied her as far as Cpa Orchard Mr James McDpnal4 left Yesterday morning for Princeton Ky where he will be engaged with Miss Taylor in school work Mr Me can claim many warm friends and ardent admirers in Mt Vernon who regret very much to see him leaveWm Ballard of Lacampton Kan sas Mrs Sue Pigg ot Kansas City Mo and Mrs W R Dillion of London Ky visited their nephew G M Ballard this week Mr Ballard was Lieutenant in Wool fords calvary while his brother T J Ballard was with John Morgan The latter Ballaed was captured on Morgans raid in Ohio by his brother Thus you see brother 1J arrayedagainst brother Miss McElroy of Lebanon is the guest of Miss Elizabeth Adams Mr and Mrs Walter Mullins have retu tied from a visit to his brother Lutht r at Corbiu Mrs George Hutcheson of Lawrenceburg is the guest of her niece Mrs M B Salin Mrs L R Hughes is with homefolks here this week M r Hughes came up to spend Sunday with her Mrs Kittie Smith who has phoid is still in a very critical condition hut sotrewhat improved iver last week Judges L W BeJiurum and S D Lewis attended the meeting of the county attorneys at Crab Orchard Springs MissRisse Williams ft yesterday tor a two weeks visit to rela tives at Norton Va Mrs Wilbur Deal who has been visiting Miss Johns of the Dormi tory has returned to her home in Hamlet Ohio Mrs John M Williams stopped ofFyesterday to spend the night with relatives while euroute to her home in Louisville Mrs Sarah Payne was called to Crab Orchard Wednesday on ac count of the death ot her sisterin law Mrs Dave Payne Cashier M B Salin of the Peoples Bank was called to Owen ton Wednesday on account of the illness of his mother J Ping left Monday morning for Liberal Mo where he willre some his duties as principal of the Liberal High School Mr and Mrs J A Oliver and Mrs N H Olliver were guests of the families ofA H Hamlin and James Meadows Saturday until SundayMrs Emma Christerson of Lexington Mrs Stella Spratt and John Rickles of Hamilton Obio were called here Tuesday on ac count of the death of their father Mr Jasper Rickles Mrs W T Davis visited rela tives in Rowland Sunday until Monday where she was joined by her two daughters Misses Ethel and Emma on their return from a months visit in Hamilton Ohio LOCAL Born to the wife of Frank Mullins a fine girl baby Next week is the London fair beginning on Tuesday and lasting four days The New Masonic building spoken of in our last issue is an assured certainty and definite steps will be taken within the next few days Henry Hinzman sold his farm two miles west of here to James Noe a brother of T N Noe Consideration 700 Mr Hinzman will go west to locate The Mt Vernon Roller Mill is doing a splendid business There is a demand for every pound of flour and every body is well pleased with the quality W J Rider is putting in the foundation for a concrete sidewalk starting at the north west corner of Miller hotel near railroad and extends to the corner oi Miss Kate Moores residence Will T Mullins a son of H J Mullins who was serving sentence in the pen for the killing of Da Scott and James Singleton wa paroled Monday It will be thirty days before he comes home Mr Jasper Rickles aged 67 died at his home at this place Tuesday afternoon after an illness of many months In fact he has been what might be called an invalid for many years as the result of feverhwhichbat s pro portions and become so painful that it was necessary for him to g upon his knees But being a man ofstrong fortitude and will power he continued his avocation un willing to give up as long as i was possible for him to earn a livelyhood He was an honorabl- upright Christian man and since he united with the church mor tha n forty years ago had followed closely the steps of the lowly Nazarine His remains were laid to rest in Elmwood cemetery Wednesday afternoon after short but appropriate services conducted at the Christian church by Mr W H Cox He leaves a wife and six children so mourn the loss of a kind and devoted companion and father v r rJ eoeseoooreeoeroee reeorrror fl9Olfd11flldfiY5eiiotami oas el it GET THE HABITWeeoi ts8Jty j TRADE ATe 4 16 oed gee e lNc lir- ee 0611 e ls er 009- ee- e euOeW s nullIeeft oc oue Vl5 Qi teeloe eaf sa oeWEea 0 CARRY A FULL AND COMPLETE LINE OF I a GS 0 mi aOW 8 MEMS and BOYS So ea 0 CLOTHINGe tr 8 4Je SHOES HATS SHIRTS i m AND IN FACT 00 0 i EVERYTHINQTOWEflR iim ler gLET6 US SHOW YOU THE NEWEST THINGS im a 8 e ooa le oi- lsag flew a 8Q iTheLeading ClothielIa PHONE Aso eoeoeeoseeeoeeeee00 u e1e e e eeeee e0 If you want to buy young cattle see Hugh Miller CHEAP RATES Rounb trip to Louisville Ky one fare plus 25 cents 4 12 Oct 1920 and 21 limited to Oct 23rd Account Grand Chapter Lodge Masons and Grand Chapter Royal Arch Masons The Rockcastle County Teachers Institute will convene at Brodhead Sept i4th igoS All teachers holding certificates are required to be in attendance the full term of five days Let excuses be few G M BALLARD Supt To THE FARMERS It pays to use the best fertilizer There is none as good as the Jericki Chemical Cos brand I have it at my place for saleF R ASHER 842t Mt Verjon If you want to contribute to the Deuiocrstic National Campaign fund send your remittance to Mr Jonas McKenzie or advise him of what amount you will give and re givesAlltare CHEAP RATES The L N will sell tickets to Paris September rst to 5th limited Sept 7th for 2 49 round trip account of the Bourbon county fair Also to Lexington 8 to 12 limited Sept t for 233 round trip account o the Colored Mecbau ical and agricultural fair The ordinance passed by the nightomeeting that all side walks boil- hereafter on Main street must be o concrete is a move in the right di onltY proceed to entoice this as well as havee been allowed to drag along we will MteVernon Cashier M B Salin of the Peo pIes Bank informs us that he has all capital 15096 subscribed fdr the capitalization of the Peoples Bank A recent decision of the Attorney General ruling that branch banks were illegal made it necessary to take this step at this time Articles of incorporation will be filed right away Sesesseeeeseeaosegee J G Burk has sold his restau rant in the basement of old brick to Thomas Kirby who took charge Monday LoST Near amphitheater Brod head fair ground on last day of fair a gold carved link bracelet with L G L engraved on it Re turn to Citizens Bank Brodhead and receive reward NEW PuONEI N Gravbeel residence no 84 I W J Sparks residence no 78 H H H Beaty residence no 118 Mt Vernon Dr R H Lewis residence no 71 I Wildie Jesse Pike residence no go M near Culloway Boys WANTED to sell Presidential Campaign Badges and buttons on Commission Easy money can be made during the campaign and rallies picnics etc Send your name and post office address with reference and I will send you an outfit at once Address JOBnR ROW Box 602 Louisville Ky The Republicans of Rockcastle County are called to meet in mass convention at the Conrt House iu Mt Vernon August 22nd 1908 at 20 clock P Mt for purpose see lecting delegates to attend the Re publican Congressional Convention which will beat Harrodsburg Kentucky August 27th 1908 All Republicans of thIs county cgilfare ur p so L W BETHURUM Chm Rep Com R C subtmgrfi 000 an bills possibly gets 400 people read 0 them that is if the boy distrib utes them doesnt chuck them un der the side walk The handbills cost much as a column advertisement in the home paper All the women and girls most of the men and boys read the home paper and the advertisements Result the merchant who uses the paper ha 5000 or more readers to each 1000 of handbill readers There is no estimating the amount of business that advertising brings to a merchant but the right kind of newspaper advertising always brings results SSSSSSeSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSle h A lot of young cattle for sale HUGH MILLER Rockcastle county will produce more corn this season than ever before MtVernon ball team defeated the Crab Orchard nine on the home grounds last Saturday by a score of 17 to London is to have a Knight Templars Commandery the in stallation to take place some time next month The Commissioners land sale of the R G Ward tract advertised for sale next Monday will take place the 4th Monday in Sept On Thursday Sept 3rd at the Brown Memorial School will take place the examinations for the free scholarships which go to tbe coun represented Miss Rose McCord recently ap pointed Principal of Brown Memo rial School under care of theta o mans Board of Home Missions of the Presbyterian church is now at Langdon Dormitory and will be pleased to confer with all appli cants desiring to enter the school or Home the ensuing term begin ning Sept 6th I will open my private school Monday September seventh Terms 100 j 50 and r 200 per month To my patrons and to my 67 pupils of last year I need say nothing concerning our work Those entering our school for tha first time are referred to our former patrons Special attention will be given to pupils preparing them selves for teachers and to those who desire to enter college Aug2itf IDA MAY ADAMS James Taylor is very low and not expected to live but a short time Expressing his desire to confess his Saviour before it was too late Rev A J Pike and Mr W H Cox with fifteen or twenty others went to the home yesterday Hesa was weak to receive the ordinance of Baptism It was a most touching scene and should be a lesson to others to make preparations before it is too late- LATERMr Taylor died at i oclock this morning and will be buried this afternoon seveoeeeseseeeesootoooeee oaGov Wilson has offered a reward of 5oo for the arrest and conviction of the murderer or murderers who on Sunday last robbed and killed Stephen ADriesbach a showman of Watsoutown Pa afc LexinStou Two uegroes evidenly trying to escape from Springfield Ill were pursued by a mob and captured at the State Fair grounds Both were wounded Twoof tht mobs victims previously wounded died Sunday sssleseese1sesoeoeee nn n n n reeee DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CAMPAIGN FUND Send your donation no matter how 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 is what Mr Bryan is asking for Reported last issue 3200 ooo oo oooooooo oooo JBecauseyour powers of resistance weakened X Take Scotts Emulsion A It builds up and strengthens your entire system t 0o0OOOOOa lll The Old Reliable J Most any Drug or Patent Medicine you I see advertized in the SIGNAL can be found at UI THE OLD RELIABLE Cheapest Drug Store in the l countyIiS C South Side Main Street IIII MY = MT VERNON KY 0 33 GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER I I Brodhead Ky I COMPLETE LINE j Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or Tele phone orders Promptly Filledr y 1v flf t NosiT 1V Kiia cj R All Orders by Promptly Filled un w AI COX Ur ue94S MT VERNON KVI The Campaign Is On VIIO WILL UK PRESIDENT To iorm 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 125 WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL 35 From now until December i 08 This gives you a live me tropolitan paper through the cam paigu and the election Order to day as subscription will start with issue of day order is received No back 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 31 under any circum stances Send your subscription order to this paperNOT to the TIMES or COURIERjOURNAL CHAMBERLAINS CHOLERA AND DIAR RHOEA REMEDY BETTER THAN DOCTORS Three yeaas ago we had three doctors with our little boy and everything that they could do seemed in vain At last when all hope seemed to be gone we began aisiug Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and in a few hours he began to improce To day he is as healthy a child as BJsale bv Chas C Davis Kentucky Fair Dates Elizabeth town Aug 25 3 days NicholasvilleAug 25 4 days London August 25 4 da vs Shelbyville Aug 25 4 days I Germantown Aug 26 4 days Florence Aug 26 4 days Liberty Aug 26 3 days Somerset September i 4 days JParis September r 5 days fHaHXjdsburg Sept i 4 days AkxaodrSa Sept i 4 bays Bardstown Sept 2 4 days Fern Creek Sept 2 4 days Monticello September 8 4 days JHodgensville Sept 8 3 days a 2Msgow Sept 9 4 days tfeii ucky State Fair Louisyj Sepl4 6 days 3U5MEW FOR DIARRHOEA NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL Ii want to say a few words for Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrfeoea Remedy I have used this preparation in my laniily for the past five years and have recom mended it to a number of people in York county and have never known it to fail to effect a cure in aaiy instance I fees that I can not sy to much for the best remedy of the kind in the worldS JpMl SSON Spring Grove York county pa Tbis remedy is for sale by Chas C jSawis =Capt E L nor y Supervising jLispector of Steam Vessels of the Xiowjusville district reporftg that tthe excursion business done toy1 he beth boats this season eclipsed rill pre isioos records KILLrHECOUCHAND I WITH Dr Kings I IIEDRAH jILL THROAT AND UJK3 TROUBLES GU NTEEDSATISFAC ORY QJVONE IEFUNDEDI FQR SAfcfe My farm of 200 rc res in the part of the county 180 acres in cultivation So acres of which is in grass ir Good buildings splendid ell watered and under good fence 3Viii sell at a bargain Address Wims ALLEN f Withers Ky bi llll Our line of Couch Caskets U is unexcelled Handmade Coffinsturmslied M Hearse sent to all parts of Hi the countytWire August COLIC Eastern prchard HAD AN AWFUL TIME BUT CHAMBERLAINS COLIC CHOLERA AND DIARRHOEA REMEDY CURED HIM It is with pleasure I give you this nnsolicited testimonial About a year ago when I had a severe case of measles I got caught out in a hard rain arid the measles settled in my stomach and bowels I had an awful time and had it not beeu for the use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I could not have possibly lived but a few hours longer but thanks to this remedy I am now strong and well I have written the above through simple gratitude and I shall always speak a good word tot this remedy SAM H GWIN Con cord Davis Ga For sale by Chas C Chairman of the State Demo cratic Committee Conners has this to say about Bryan William J Bryan will carry New YorK State by from 75000 to 100000 Bryan is the strongest Democrat in New York today We will carry Earie Niagara Chenango and 15 or 6 other counties Kings countyI will roll up a big other boroughs of Greater New York may be depended upon to add a sufficient Democracy plurality to wipe out the Republican plurality up State In my opinion who ever is nominated by the Republi cans will not carry the State above the Bronx by more than 5oooo or 70000 HOW TO AVOID APPENDICITIS Most victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually cons tipa ted Foleys Orino Laxative cures chronic constipation by stimulating the liver and bowels and restores the natural action of the bowels Foleys Orino Laxative does not nauseate or gripe and is mild and pleasant to take Refuse sub stitutes Sold by Chas C Dav is Chairman Mack expects to open Democratic headquarters in New York this week He will probably return to Chicago the latter part of the week to participate in the con ference with Mr Bryan DeWitts Little Early Risers safe easy pleasant sure little liver pills Sold by Chas C Davis C4S PacABears Signature of J ijwgm 4 When the baby is cross and has JQJ worried and worn out you will find that a little CASCASWEET the well known remedy for babies and children will quit tl1e little one in a short time The ingc jenis are printed plainly on the bottle Conf tains no opiates Sold by Chas C1 Davis GRIND Laxative Fruit Syrup Pleasant to take Thc iaew laxative Does not gripe o nauseate Cures stomach a4 Jiver troubles and chronic co s s ipation by restoring the natwgf ggjon ofthe stom ach liver anti tpwelsV Refuse substitute rt9t9fff II WgA CARSON PAFNTER IANDPAPERHMbER WALLPAPER RXJiQM MOULDINGSETC Let us make an estimate on work before placing your order All Work Guaranteed STATE FAlRPOGRAlfl Special Prizes Supsrintertdents 01 Departmeft1tsa The very handsome sum off 25000 Bupplemented by special prizes amount- Ing to 5000 will be offered in premiums at the sixth annual Kentucky oStategrounds and In its new home the week of Sept 14 to 19 Inclusive In nearly every department the prize money hastbeen materially Increased over years and as a consequence the most classificationI exhibitors In the horse department the prizes are per cent greater and the mule and jack departments 25 Iin cent in excess of last years list and still a more liberal increase in the poultry and womans departments Among the special prizes listed are two handsome trophies presented by the Louisville Automobile Clubs one for the best American carriage animalS to be judged by the standard ification provided by the United States Department of Agriculture governing the exhibit cf horses fivariousof the country and one for the best pair of mules owned by a Kentucky exhibitor The latter in addition to its value and attractiveness is something in the way of a novelty in that it Is offered by an automobile organization for an animal who the world knows to be its strongest competitor in trade Other specials are the Highland Home Cup valued at 100 offered by Gay Bros of Piagah Ky for the best and finest saddlebred foal of 1908 the Montgomery Chief Special offered by Ball Bros Versailles Ky for the finest and best stallion mare or gelding any age by Montgomery Chief a tro phy offered by the American Saddle Horse Breeders association for the best registered stallion or mare not over three years of age and to be shown in hand a cup by Powhatau Stock Farm for the finest stallion mare or gelding a 50 cup by Smyser Bros of Lyndon Ky for roadster championship and a trophy by John M Sharp of Louisville for the light harness championship the Dr Me Chord cup given by W P Hayes of Bloomfield Ky for senior herd of jack stock and American Jack Breeders Association Special for junior herd ot jack stock the lump sum of 500 do nated by the American Shorthorn Cattle Breeders Association for prizes for Shorthorn cattle and a like amount by the American Hereford Association for prizes for the Hereford breed 125 offered by the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Company for special prizes for tobacco and a grand silver loving cup presented by the American Baito shire Swine Association for the toet young herd of Berkshires exhibited by a Kentucky breeder and numsseiB speeia for farm products off craft k the Hon M C Rankin State Coming sioner of Agriculture Superintendents of Departments afctlig Kentucky State Fair The most competent men available have been appointed superintendents of the various departments R H Lillard of Ljiwrenceburg has been chosen superintendent for the Horse Department William Simmons of Shephcrdsville for Mules John H Good of Louisville with II H Young Charles A Hess and W C Cawthon as assistants for Poultry C H Thomas and Z T McCabe for Dogs Selby H Sale with William H Vetter as assistant for Vegetables and Mel one H C Lovelace of Boston with George D Karsner of Lexington as assistant for Field Seed and Grain H M Froman of Ghent Ky for Tobacco M F Johnson of Buechel Hor dculture R H Tacke of Lexington Plants and Flowers Miss Evelyn Porter of Louisville with Miss Eva Mc Grew and Miss Alice Porter as assist ants for Womans Department G P Rogers of Smlthland and B W Neal of Versailles as assistant for Farm lBpteujet and Machinery Harry L Smyser of Lyu fofl for Speed Department and Prof L j Hooper of Lex ington for Students Judging 6gnte t HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS The seventeen departments have been rieed under the vrana ecaent of the various pepiev5 0 the State Board of Agriculture as fctflowij M 0 Rankin Frankfort Poultry amj Pigeons HorticuJture and Plants an J Flowers M A go Loxlngjton Dairy Cattle Sheep gnrj Qoafg and J3yfWomans Ui r ments and Machinery W R Moor map jr Glendeane Beef Cattle Guthrie M WJJgon Bardstown Horses Mules and Jack 3U01 I4 Speed Department CaJdweJl Norton L0Hl8vJJe Swine Desna BreckinFldge Lexing ton Education William Addams Cyn thiana Vegetables and Melons Field Seed and Grain and Tobacco John C C Mayo Paintsville Minerals and For egtry The btntttt faer or breeder should not fall to enter 11jf products at the Kentucky State Fair He bHe giinks there will be so many entries that lie would not have a chance for a prize His neighbor thinks the same They then 1eef ghggrjned when they go to tk I9eone walk off 911DJUtfflFor catalogue eijtfy tojanks or ottjep information write J W Jfewnn retary 320 Paul Jones Budging IJogiff vllle Ky The little attacks of stomach trouble and stomach disorders wil- landoit1y lead to chronic dyspep sia unlbss you Jgke something for a sufficient time to teiigthen the stomachand give it a chauss o get well If you take Kodol in the beginning the bad attacks of Dy pepsia will be avoided but if vou allow these little attacks to go un headed it will take Kodol a long time to put your stomach in good condition again G ton bottle ot Kodol today Sold by Qhas C Davis t KENTUCKY STATE FAIR RACES Horse racing always an attraction t a State Fair and more especially t an exhibition held under Southern skies will be featured more than a any previous State Fair The new halfmile track now in process of con struction when completed will be one f the fastest halfmile courses in the country and there is every indication for a firstclass harness race meeting his fall Four stake five purse and gentlemens road races have been announced in addition to these there will be two running races eachI dayso the Kentuckian who thinks that his days visit at a fair is incom plete without seeing a firstclass horse race will not be disappointed at this years State Fair Among the early BrewIersrs Retail Merchants Association stake for 230 trotters and the Louisville Commercial Club stake for 218 pacers Stake entries losed July 14th purse entries close ept 7th and entries for the cup at 12 oclock the day before the racesIThe stake races will be on the three in five heat plan limit and tho purse races on the two in three heat plan It is the ultimate Intention of the State Fair management to build a full mile track encircling the present halfmile course which if the hopes of those in charge of the racing program are realized will compare favorably with the best State Fair mile tracks in the country and Louisville will doubtless become one of the most popular training grounds in the country SPECIAL NIGHTS AT THE KENTUCKY STATE FAIR J V Beckman manager of the Re tall Merchants Association of Louis yule is general chairman of the Spe cial Nights Committee and has been busily engaged for several weeks in arranging the most attractive night programs possible Monday night will be School Chil drens Night Prof E H Mark superintendent of the Louisville public schools is chairman of the committee in charge for that night Tuesday will be GermanAmerican Night with Mr Louis Seelbach in charge Wednesday Labor Night John Young president of the Federa tion of Labor chairman Thursday Military Night Col STB Haldeman commander of the First Kentucky reg iment chairman Friday IrishAmeri can Night Thomas McCabe chair man Saturday Farewell Night W A Robinson chairman The show rings on Saturday will be especially interesting on account of the various horse championships being awarded that day MACHINERY EXHIBITS AT THE STATE FAIR An unusually lqrge exhibit of farm implements and machinery is in pros poet Owing to the incompleteness of the State Fair the exhibitors of this department do not share the same ad vantages afforded them by some of the older institutions in the way of large machinery halls but every other fa duty and accommodation will be af their disposal Commodious space will be assigned to this department and already a large number of applir cations are on file including manufac turors of engines pumps stock scales fencing mills road machines yehjr cles harvesting machines haying ma chines planters plows and every utenslJ used by the farmer The farmer who desires to be instructed in the use of better methods and better ma chinery will have a great object lesson before him at this Fair COLLIE DQG6 AT THE TATE FAIR The collie dog exhibit at the Ken lucky State Fair promises to be ft greater attracUon than ever before A new departure one entirely original and the first ever held in this section will be a sheep trial given by an ex pert which will show the usefulness of the collie to the farmer A creditable show of this nature will appeal to every collie fancier as four points are to be gained by owners toward championship medal by American Kennel Club It is expected that this years show win bring out 150 coljiea IndO ing many famous Eastern dogs Thjg sheep trial will be started by expert Eastern dogs Any farmer in the state desiring to train up his dogs along this line and can compete will be eligible STUDENTS JUQGING ON7ETF- oljpwing a plan eyised by the oj J er state faip Jnstijutiqng of the coun try and one that hag prayed eminently successful at all the great Western fairs as well as a progressive step h the interests of agricultural education Commissioner Rankin has offered 100 in gaeli toy a sphQlarship to tie Agrf gultural Depaptjaent of iP f3taw Uq versity for the young man under twRr tyone years of age doing the best work In livestock Judging tit the Ken tuck Stato Fair of 1908 contestant to be required to tile a written opinion with the reasons therefor on horses cattle swine and sheep exhibits Cor rectness of selection will count 55 jfctott lJnd reasons substantiating the same 1Oilij The Kentucky stateir management has arranged a free amusement program which atone Is worth the jrlr 8 lt Jnlsslop QtJ1liJplornlatJp rotary 320 PgJ Jpnej Building Loul Uli Jy LIFE INSURANCE For twentyfive cents you can now insure yourself and family any bad results from an nttadof GOU or diarrhoea during the summer mouths That is the price of a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy a medicine that has never been known to fail Buy it now it may save life For sale by Chss C Davis r The prctr cted QUAIL meeting at JProv iden e is going on splendidly with a large audience each nightILeonard Preston and Wells were united in the holy ti s of wedlock Thursday of last week Heres wishing them much joy and a long and prosperous life Mr D M Preston and wife of Cincin nati are spending a few days wjth mends and relatives in this part Mr Preston informs us that his inIMr Yeasel a mortormanEugene- Todd and Bogue Cable have re turned from Romney IndCleo Wheeldon is still on the mend The ball game between the Quail teams and Bee Lick team on the formers grounds Saturday afternoon went off nicely witha score of 10 to 13 in favor of Bee Lick The home nine did splendid for beginnersG Parson of Livingston is in this part spending a few days Miss Angie Poynter of Living ston visiting her aunt Mrs Logan Scott Aunt Eliza Herrin died Tuesday of last week oiold age She was about 86 years ofage She leaves two sons and one daugh ter to mourn the loss of a devoted mother She was the mother Jof E A and Isaac Herrin deceased The remains were laid away Wed nesday in the Providence burying grouud to await the final resuirec tionBud Stringer has returned home from the Blue GrassMr Eugene Todd was here Sunday Miss Maude Turner of Kriger spent Sunday here the guest of her cousins Misses Laura and Lizzie Stringer Robert Scott a Harlan county man bought of G B Sutton a farm know as the Jack Mul lins farm for 400Mrs Jacob Elder of Brodhead is visiting her daughter Mrs Wm TaylorAl bright Brothers and Bant Hamm have just got through threshing wheat They threshed 1000 bush elsThe whooping cough is rag ing in this partElmer Cummins of Louisville is the guest of his sisters Mesdames James Herrin and Ollie ProctorV A Owens and Jacob Elder closed their sing ing school at Buckeye Sunday but were called back for another term They will go from Gthere to Crab Orchard There are many imitations ofDp Witts Carbonized Witch Hazel originalNothingsist on DeWitts It is cleansing byChaslOLEYSfIOnYAlmT fer chndront sofa re Ie epfqfua Re W DYOHE JFANTISTMT Office In the J T Adams brick All Work Guaranteed Satisfac toryCrown and Bridge Work a Specialty jrodhead Marble Wor BODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monument and Tombstones manufactured by eAlsoD B AlltiJJT 4a qgef iv L MYER 1ntist At Residence Old Main Street MT VERNON KY Work guaranteed C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY OFFICE On scd floor o TjjeBatikorMt veo on Chttrchi tf attention given I collections PipnL I9 PIn 3 CMcOLRIU- ndertaker Embalmer Complete on IIRobes Orders Ky Telephone a tend I ed promptly StanfordI 4 n 1I- f iA beeninand has his per infancyAllow biilExperimentsInfants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIACas- toria is a harmless substitute for Casor Oil Paregoric Drops aud Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It 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