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J f tf J 111111 J Published Every I i Friday VOLUME XXII VERNON ROCK CASTLE KY JULY 30 = NUMBER 44 PrescriptionIsdisorders and weaknesses peculiar to women It is the only preparation of its kind devised by a regularly gradu ated physicianan experienced and skilled specialist in the diseases of women It ia safe medicine in any condition of toe system THE ONE REMEDY whichcontains no alcohol I and ao injurious habitforming drugs and which creates no craving for suchstimulants I THE ONE REMEDY so good that Its makers are not afraid to print Its every Ingredient on each outside bottle wrapper and attest to the truthfulness J the same under oath drt T fA nuni UftllD Ignll FRIDAY 1909 Its sold by medicine d1ereverw1iere and any dealer who hasnt fet Dont take subHtuteof anknbwn composition for this medicine COMPOSITION No counterfeit good genuine and the druggist jfho says something else just good Pierces either mistakes trying deceive you for selfish benefit Such trusted He trifling with your most priceless possessionyour health may your life itself See that what forI I I ANNOUNCEMENT JCDJC Of an important fact that we i UItodateI1Ifurniture Beds springs matresses bedroom Isuits single pieces furniture any kind or quality We can furnish anything you X n d for your home Drop in and see our line ii if GkQCOX MT VERNON KY xcc I ROAD TOPROSPRITY Small sums will open bank account with r bank account will estalish your credit Grood credit opens the way to all things Open account today with the Peoples Bank and lay the foundation of successful career Money turns thewheels ot the mill of prosperity Without money you can not even start the wheel but once lutionimoney accom good We want to ahead and stand i jqUlCk1ynjaddsto your goodheer and brings contntment start wlthus at onlpfr J Yours truly iSo BANK I TORTURED QNAHORSE- For ten couldnt ride horse without being intortuf from piles writes Ifapie qf Rugless Ky henall doctors and other remedies faded Buck Salve cured me I1WllenjArnica U 8r iT7 t t1 1 l MT it can it a OP is as as the is as as Dr is or is to his own a man is not to be is be you get you ask of J JyV b f it 1r 14 11 3Jxcxt a us You C an a a I J t PEOPLES u r years I a L S c I JqJx3Infi1libJ for Piles Burns Scalds Cuts Boils FeverSores Eczema Salt Rheum Corns Guar anteed by Chas 0 bavis O A JB OnAI ti i KM tap lIprtve 11 t BLUE GRASS REGION Center of Richest Agricultural Section of the United States BE SET OUT1AT GREAT FAIR ITO Resources of Kentuckys Inexhaustible Domain to Be Fittingly Exhibited at Coming Blue Grass Fair Classifica tion ef This Exposition Unique Among Works of Its Kind Lexington Kentucky Is in the pen ter of the richest and most famous ag ricultural and live stock raising sec tion of the United States if not of the world The renowned Blue Grass region has a reputation extending to many lands and of the interests with which it is particularly concerned the Blue Grass Fair Is representative Al though in magnitude and Importance fully on the basis of a state fair the Blue Grass Fair which is responsible alone to the enterprise of its stock holders for organization and dependent upon the support of the people of Cen tral Kentucky for maintenance does not try to reach outside the particular products with which its section is concerned and to which its further advancement may hi some measure be due Always bearing in mind the ala ganua Kentucky fair for Kentucky products it omits from its classifica tion certain breeds of live stock for which most state fairs make provision Such omission ts intended in no sense of criticism It is rather a course adopted after careful consideration for what is believed to be the best interest of Kentucky and particularly of this section Great Horse Show The classification of the Blue Grass FMr introduced in 1907 and since re affirmed is unique among works of its kind No other fair ever succeeded in separating completely and entirely breeding and show classes in its horse departments The former are provid ed for the three great American breeds the only three with which Ken tucky is in any sense concerned The show classes are thrown open to the world specifications of individuality being the only consideration taken into account Competent judges have pronounced the horse show at the Blue Grass Fair the best in America No where elsie can such a display of breed Ing stock be found no where else do both saddle and harness rings fill so well or offer contests so stirring and satisfactory to the lover of the horse Attention Is particularly directed to the thousanddollar stake for fivegait ed saddle horses offered as a feature of this years fair It will be the most valuable stake of its kind contested in Kentucky and it should produce the greatest battle between fivegaited horses ever seen on a fair grounds Other Departments Great as is the prominence given the horse other departments of live stock are by no means neglected With the possible exception of the Missouri and Tennessee State Fairs no other show of mules and jack stock approaches that at Lexington while very liberal provision is made for Shorthorn Hereford Angus and Jersey cattle the four breeds with which Kentucky Is particularly concerned The national as sociations for the promotion and regis tration of these cattle have in three in stances shown their appreciation of the importance of the Blue Grass by making liberal appropriations FaitI The provisions for both swine sheep are broad The poultry depart ment will be a feature of increased in terest There are premiums offered for practically every class of womans work and the first floor of the Floral Hall will become a rendezvous for farmers on account of the individual thetby the Kentucky Experiment Station The addition of an Automobile Day not only adds to the variety of the program but also shows how heartily the greatest horse fair of the worlu concurs in the propagation ofan inven 1Uon that has already Hecome one of mechanical lfactors of the age Horse races moreover are not neg lected There will be abundant interesting contests of speed Six Big Days This the fourth annual exhiibtion of the Blue Grass Fair Association will be heldthe week of August 9th to 14th It opens the circuit of prominent fairs j and live stock shows of the country a circuit of which it is recognized as an important member It thus offers the first meting ground for the herds and flocks and the noted horses that are destined to do battle down the line throughout the season As in former years it will be held upon the beauti tul grounds of the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders Association In order however to afford every advan tage to exhibitors and to have an abU dance of room it leases a large body of land direcllyvcbjatigiToiiB to theI grounds upon which have been erect ed firstclass buildings for the housing of cattle sheep and hogs There wilt be no days of the fair especially designated for the people of the surrounding counties of Kentucky They are desired and expected to be present Just as many days out of the week as possible But Tuesday Aug 10th has been made Lexington and 0 b X Iwitb YItt J Central Kentucky Day when it Is hoped to have a large outpouring of e1tendedcome on UthExIcursion rates of one fare plus for the round trip will be given by all railroads in the state throughout the week Furthermore there will be spe cial trains daily from all directions Entries to all live stock classes close Monday Aug 2 at 6 oclock p m and this rule will be strictly enforced Af ter the first day the fair will be opened promptly at 10 oclock each morning intermission for luncheon taken at 12 noon with the afternoon program be- ginnIng at 1230 p m For further information catalogues or entry blanks address Secretary Jouett Shouse AMUSEMENT PROGRAM Popular Attractions Announced For the Blue Grass Fair An amusement program both novel and of outstanding interest has been provided for the Blue Grass Fair of 1909 which will be held at Lexington the week of August 9 to 14 Although primarily this is a great stock show and the constant aim of the management is to keep that fact preeminently before the public every provision is made for the large number of people who either come to the Fair merely to be entertained or who desire to vary instructive demonstration with high class carnival attractions- A program of splendid free acts has been arranged headed by the famous Spellmans performing bears These bears were seen at the Blue Grass Fair of 1907 So pleasing were they to the public that the management of the Fair has since been beseiged with requests to bring them back and they are again offered in the belief that no other free act in the entire country could be secured that is in any sense their equal Since their former visit to the Blue Grass Fair the Spellman bears have greatly extended their fame They have visited practically every section of thecountry and every where they have been accorded the same gratifying reception as in Lex ington Among their scenes of tri umph has been the New York Hip podrome where they were pronounced one of the real hits of the past season But the Spellman bears are only a part of what the Blue Grass Fair ha to offer to the man who wandthbct amused Ten big free acts haveXbeen provided for both afternoon and entertainment They includfthamost novel and trapeze high wire and other circiacts all performed by men and women of outstanding reputation in their par ticular linesExcellent Shows And then there are the carnival shows Never before was such an alto gether excellent aggregation brought to a Fair in Kentucky as will come to the Blue Grass Fair this year They will be new they will be clean they will be novel they will be entertain- Ing The old stereotyped affairs have been successfully supplanted and the shows that will be seen at Lexington during the week of August 9 to 14 will appeal to the most intelligent class of patrons Nothing of an objectionable character no show that can not proper ly be patronized by young girls un attended or by the most fastidfous groundsIThe Great Kopp Band The crowning feature of the Blue Grass Fair from the standpoint of en tertainment is the great Kopp band of fifty pieces For two years Mr Kopp charmed those who attended the Fair with his wonderful music and his gracious and accomodating personality Last year he took a rest from his accustomed avocation so that the Fair was deprived of his services but for tunately this year he is again in har ness He has gotten to be so much a fixture of the Blue Grass Fair that the one without the other seems scarcely possible Mr Kopp sends as surance that his band this year is bet ter than ever before and hard though this may be to accept in view of past standards of excellence both the public and the management of the Fair will be eminently satisfied if it is as good as in the past Vocalists at the Blue Grass Fair Miss Wllmine Hammann who is a great favorite will again be leading vocalist at the Fair She will sing at both afternoon and night performances In addition there will be a male quartette with the Kopp band eminent instrumental soloists chimes and other features to lend interest and variety The musical program will be decidedly superior to anything ever heretofore attempted UNIQUE OF ITS KIND Greatest Ring of FiyeGaited Saddle HorsesEver Seen in America What promises to be the greatest ring of fivegaited saddle horses ever seen in America will be a feature of rfhursday Aug 12 the fourth day the Blue Grass Fair at Lexington this yeari It Is a thqusanddollar stake which is open to stallion mare or geld ijiig any age to be shown under sad dIe In accordance with thei rules of jthe Blue Grass Fair Association gov erning flvegaited saddle horses Five hundred dollars goes to the winner 260 to the gecond horse 150 to the third and tOO to the fourth All en trie are required to be registered in he American Saddle Horse Registry OA ABeatitle Tin m IraM et LIVING 8TOA Penngton ison the sick list IAweekMiss Carry Farley is in Louisville this week Mrs Mary Hays who was very sick last week is some better David Herrin and family of the Quail section 2 re visiting the family of J C McGuire Mr Herrin will leave for Ill in a few days J A Oliver and family are vis iting at McKee Jackson county Miss Annie Parsons and Rice Walton left Tuesday to visit relatives in the Big GladesMra- nd Mrs Willie McGuire have re turned from the fair at Stanford Mrs Bill Graves who has been very sick for some time is no betterS E Pennington is building a stone culvert through his lot this will be a grand improvement the lower part of town Now if the town trustees will take a band and have the streets look after we be lieve now is the time We have money in the treasure and there is plenty that want work and it would not be long until we could get in line with other towns The streets need work and the roads inside of the town limits are almost impassible Lets wake up and take more iuterest in the town than we have in the pastLast Monday W H Burton received a message from Beiea that the marshal had captured the man that broke into L H Davis store Burton went but when he gqt there he found that they had captured the wrong manMiss Maude McGuire has returned from Stanford where she has been at tending the fair- Livjngston boys went to Haz U Patch 3undagplay ball but they could not ithe the game out after getting several untair decis ions the game broke up in a dispute Livingston boys tried to reason the matterwith them but could otI get them to agree lffierewas no fight but all got mad Now bos let me give you one word of advice if you wish to play ball do not play on Sunday There is plenty of time other days and we do not believe it is right Our school will begin next Monday with Brc J W Jamison as principalBob Bustle who has had typhoid fever so long is better Albert Owens better konwn as IIRed Hawk and Alex Wells the apple peddlers sell two and three loads of apples in Livingston every week What is the matter with you Mt VernonMrs Nannie Rowlett left Monday for Berea Cincinnati and then she will go to lllS J Kinley the picture man left last Friday for Mt Vernon and the Wabd section to make pictureSH L Delph is very sick at this writing Last Saturday a select party of fishers left for the mouth of Skeggs creek This crowd was composed of Joe Dickerson L M Westerfield and R A Whitehead I dont think they disturbed tbefinny ttibe much for they have failed to boast an- yyetB F Sutton of the Wabd seetion is visiting his daughter Mrs J E Woodall this week and will go to Mullins Station to visit his son C D SuUonW M Hicks has been very sicK for a few days but we are glad to see him getting better Mrs John Shere is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J C Mc Guire this weekF L Clifford and son Reece of Carbondale Ill is visiting Samuel Ward Mr Clifford was cnce agent here for L N but moved to Illinois where he is Chief Train Dispatcher for the 1 C R RBorn to the wife of Sam Smith on the 26th a fine girlMisses Bertha Martin Lula Jones Lottie Smith and Messrs H Conley and John Hardin of Farristorl spent Sunday here and took a trip to the mines Uriah Adams grows worse and it looks like medical skill can avail him nothing Fred Owens and his young wife have agreed that they cant agree and have separated but we hope they will yet bury the hatchet and consider their vows Rev Jamison was in Mt Ver non Tuesday Editor Albright was in ouP little city Saturday Dr WI Childress was called to Jim MuUins on whiteoak branch K JPHONE YOUR WANTS TO No 89 If you need medicines of any kinds call QQ When you want prompt service in case of accident call 89 If you want the Doctor call OS z4 When you are ready to paint your house call 39 If you want ice cream call 23 In fact make 83 your senant you will always find ready and willing service at our end of the line All Phones lead to CHAS C DAVIS Leading Druggist 1 PHONE ij B= II II m m Most any Drug or Patent Medicine you advertized SIGNAL can be found OLD Drug Store in county m C I v Main Street R KY II I vm INCORPORATED Ky BIG AND Biggest Best in the South 25000IN The Best Horse Show in America Splendid Display ofEvery Class of Live Stock EstabIihed 4887 COUNTY RS9i iIfnowW toQbuy 8g DAVIS LQQdinfCJOu22ht 8g The Old Reliable atiRELIABLE ItCheapest DAVIS ISouth Blue Grass Fair Lexington August 914 16 No flfiyS NIGHTS 1000 Racing Unexcelled Program of Carnival Attractions 10Big Free Acts Dailyl0 For Catalogue further Information address JOUETT SHOUSE Secy Lexington Ky to see his sot is very sick The negress preacher preached on Gauley branch Wednesday night understands the scriptures very but he is a fortune teller and speaks in unknown tongues believe the scriptnre from back to back but we believe it is plainKnlish = Inspector Riggs has on the move weekMrs J H Carter of ford has returned after a pleasant with her daughter Mrs Wal ter RiceMrs Omary was in Louisville Monday and Tuesday Qhildress is rapidly improving is able to be on the again after attack of ty phoid Walter Rice has been sick for several is to be out againIrS Newt Riggs whO has beep forborne is bet- terHJdrS Mu lId and daughter Allineihave returned to their home at Louisville a pleasant MrsJ C Quiggins v a LIFE 100000 YEARS AGO Scientists found in a cave in Switzerland bones of men lived 100000 years ago when life in constant danger from beasts Today the danger as shown by A W Brcwn of Alex ander Me is largely deadly disease If it had not Dr Kings Discovery which cured me I could not lived he writes suffering as I did from a severe lung trouble and stubborn cough To cure Lungs Colds obstinate Coughs and pre vent Pneumonia its the med icineon earth Soc and 101 Guaranteed by Chas C Davis Trial bottle Get your Croquet Sets up Get your Base Goods now Please in and let us show you tforget the number u R yv in the THE the Side N 0N The and well Ve Coal been Stan visit Joe out street severe who days sick time after visit with have who was wild from been for New have Sore hest jtee Ball call Dont see 6 Saddle Horse Stake Excellent Automobile Monday Aug 9 High Class Trotting and Running Races Daily Amusement and or who She this Joe and able State of Ohio City of Toledo ss Lucas county J Frank J Cheney makes oath that hs is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the l City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case ot Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subitscribed in my presence this 6th day of December A D 1886 SEAL A W GLEASON Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggist ysc Take Halls Family ijills for constipation Virgil Storns aged 16 shot and instantly killed his father James Storns near Woodstock Pulaski county last Saturday morning The father had corrected the boy for some misdoing which the poor wretched resented by the life of his father The gallows is the only reward for such a low down thing He and two negro tenants A NIGHT RIDERS RAID 4 r The worst night riders areDjv calomel croton oil or aloes ltpjils They raid your bed to rob you rest Not so with Dr kings New Life Pills They ntver distress Or lUconvebien 1D but always cleanse the system curing Colds Headache l C stipation Malaria 25c at Chas C Davis I 7 Ytt J rr k I F K R UE GE RS 0 N JiJ 4 tt f y c Shoes for Men i T v Hannah Oxfords 3 50 and 400 Walk Over Ox 350 and 400 American Gentlen 3 4 and 5 I American Lady Shoe American Ladies Shoes in Oxfords are worn by all good dressers They have the style comfort and wear that no other has try a pair 3 to 350 Dress and Wash Goods Our line is complete Silks in all shades and prices 1 JI t Hosiery Our line of Ladies Gents or Boys Hose are guaranteed Come try a pair j MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY July 30 1909 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application MEMBEH oP KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION MOUNT VERNON and Rockcaslle couuty have many good sober honest and industrious people but we need mpre aggressiveness more feiprP civic pride more con centraF r action toward the u of our city and countv MiCItizen what have you comtrijpu ed toward the building irp ofyour home town and cpr much of your time 1 ye you given to advance our muncipal interest You work hard for your family but the city is only your larger family What are you doing for it You have an ambition to see each member of your family educated and nicely clothed but are you putting fourth any effort to advance the interests of your larger family Every man owes more to a com munity than to simply pay his taxes He should take an active interest in municipal and county improvements of every kind Pity on the man who goes to his last account without having con tributed something to the com munity in which he lived and died Then let us all work for the betterment of this county for a larger and more attractive and businesslike town and for the building up of old Rockcastle See that her children are educated fill them with noble ambitions and let them grow into manhood and womanhood with an earnest desire to be of great service to the com munity in which they li eSpeak i well of our town and spend your money with home merchants Fathers and guardians of Jbe Countys welfare blaze the way for those who follow and give tbem the advantage ofyour wisdom and varied experience Your imperative duty is to stand for and urge better streets better side edu1Ipal light plant Speak a word for our splendid educational institu tions and help to make them greater Invite people to locate among us Urge public improve ments and urge them earnestly and sensibly Lend a helping hand to our officials iusist upon them doing something ask them to both lend arid push for that was the purpose of their election So gentlemen shoulder to the wheel and may God help the best pushers and arouse the indifferent to our public welfare that they too may join in all commendable work and share in the benefits ofa better tpwo and a more useful and enlightened community THE Good Roads Convention at Paris was a great success Gov Wilson Judge Ed ORear Ex Governors J C W Beckham and W O Baadlpy heartily endorsed the Bosworth Amendment to the Constitution and plead earnestly for the improrement of our roads and highways THE school per capita this year is 400 A wonderful increase iu the last few years and shows a determination on the part of our people to have better teachers with better compensation Let the good work go on and may the demand increase A movement is on to build a footbridge across Dicks River at Brodhead Good But why not combine a foot and wagon bridge in one Attention gentlemen and see if this suggestion is not both wise and businesslike NEWS ITEMS A war is being made on un licensed dogs at Frankfort Rain has done immense damage to crops in Nicholas county and vicinityThe Democratic City Committee of Henderson has determined not to draw party lines in the coming municipal election HatsJ y Stetson Hats 400 Green i i So OO to f r n- 2 3001 t l it t f1 t J lti Shirts gf tl Our line of shirts is the best in town We have them in all isizes from 50 cts tP2 fV We t I Gold Medal Flour sell Gold Medal Flour best patent 815 per barrelv in wood and 100 per sack It is the best flour made by any mill Order arbarrergr a sack Ci H c t The residence of Edward A Neftat Claysvillage Shelby county was destroyed by fire The loss is 3000 operating a threshing IWbile at Salmons Simpson McBride was struck by a belt and badly injured Miss Mary Agnes Durham aged sixteen years of Casey county died in a Lexington hospital after undergoing a sergical operation The bodies of Otto Hoffman Hanson Ryan and William Fleming who were drowned in the Ohio river near Ft Thomas have been recoveredDr L Bruner Secretary of State moved into the Capitol Tuesday being the first State officer to take Juarters in the uew building Bleript the France aviator csosed the English Channel in his monoplane in less than half an hour this being twice the speed of the fastest mail boats- Elizabethtown is making a deter mined effort to secure the location of the Old Masons Home if moved from Shelbyville Over 3000 has been subscribed Acy Hays 22 years old shot his uncle Jeff Sanders in Graves county as the result of quarrel over the dviS on of a crop Sanderson died a few hours after he was shot The new Persian Gouernment is prepared to offer Mohammed AH Mirza the exShah of Persia an annual pension of 25000 on con dition that he leaves Persia without delayThe M oors are gathering in the Riff region and it is said that a force estimated at 20000 is pre paring to make an attack on the Spanish troops who number only 8000JThe seventeenth world confer Terence of the Young Mens Christian Association is being held at Barmen Elberfeld Ger many from Wednesday untill next MondayArrangements are being prefect ed for the annual reunion of Gen John H Morgans men which will be held on the Chautauqua grounds atParks Hill Nicholas county on August 17 and 18 IKneeduced prices at Fishs r J d FARM FORSALEI desire to sell my farm of 500 acres located near Livingston oa what is known as Trac branch about one half farm in timber balance in cultivation good two story residence barn and other outbuildings never failing orchard of nearly 500 trees A store house and a splendid location saw apd grist mill located on farm On account of age and health not being able to work the farm will sell at a bargain if sold at once A 3 SAWS Julyi64t Livingston You see I have been with you 14 years I have made what I have here and invested it here married here and will remain here Have had 2oyears experience in watch repairing and 14 years in the fitting of spectacles I have sold and leased all my other private enter- Prises and will cblifike myself to ripiany you done lam in 1 Tc Adams ai haveIplenty and see me and make my place your headquarters when in towns in J T Adams Arcade up stairs Your friend S C FRANKLINr Mt frnonKY At a meeting of Western Re publican Senators Tuesday afternoon senator Warren was authorized to hay to the conferees that those present would oppose any conference report that provides for free free bldeSt e assert- that a canvass assures thedefeat of such a report CASTORJAlox Tki KM Yet Nan Afilip keM Bears the IiPWI of 4r I FOR SALROn eesv terms 7 room two story house large lot goOd Stable and other necessary ontbui dings This is very desirable residence property on Stanford St Crab Orchard Ky For further information address S C RING Enslev AlaI CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE bestI I can furnish the public with the as well as the fresest of cut flower plants of all finds bulbs potted flowers on short notice Also make a specialty of wreaths for funeral purposes In connection1Withthe above I have all kinds of vegetables on hands at reasonable prices T CHRIST IAN GREEN HOUSES ED HUBHARD PROP Stanford Ky FACERSio INSURE your homesa Againstt Firektuingand y Tjnado I I CoIHOBl6losuraltce NEW vOK fhc Strojjpst and Best Company Writing farm Property I iALBRIGHT Agent J fi T i Ky 3- g and wilj ry for by as FARM FOR SALE I desire to sell privately my farm of acres in Lincoln county miles Stanford and two miles Maywood on good U mjjesfto n pike in neighbor hood dose tckcburch and 3 mile from schoolhouse Ji farm in in all under good fence Comfortable Hpusfrof six roams new barn and other outbuildings Abundance of fine water and fruit all T LIVINGSTON R F D No It Ky Bill Conference Com Bradleys dealers keep account of sale loose leaf tobacco two instead of ten J ttY Dont wear Ordinary clothing when it costs no to wear well made asb stylish clothing If you buy Shield Brand tf NOTICE t the tailor made effect of the car ment shown above especially the natural set and hang of the cot the results of artful deBigifing and high class tailoringr Shield Brand ClothingJ is shapely to begin with and is well o made that it retains its shape Sold at seven prices which fefolloWIng MENS 10 the lowest 1 20 to highest BOYS 300 the lowest 600 the highest Its your privilege to look our ri pleasure to showtf sl i J ti Jt tt 3IC3 I GRAN V1LLE OWENS I UNDERTAKER I- w IBrdhead I 57 all of COMPLETE LINE Coffins and Robes fAU Mail Telegraph or Telephone orders Prom Filled 11 t1It oo LI t flfll4 411tl11l11R1111A11IIlilltl41lfl1414flfll fT YERNOH CASKET DO PRACTICAL 3i FUNERAL DIRECTORS 3AND =EMBALMERS Mt Vernon g COUCH METALIC CASKETS Coffins Robes gjw eW Licened Embalmer have charge of that line of the company Si EOrders wire promptly tilled Hearse sent to all points 2 gAB FURNISH W H KRUECER 3 fEPnone Proprietors f ilUUUUUiUUUUUUiUUliUiUiUiUIUUUiUittUtlUUliUiUiUR SMALL seven from road Rood rural route Land all yetv productive grass balance cultivation kinds- J Stanford The Tariff Senatoriproviso that must an of striclionslon more Caskets PrixI UNDERTAKERS KT Ework settlement of the strife at IA Rocks Pa may be had within a few days according to tbefstrikers who at a meeting Tuesday agreed to submit to the comptny a basis of ret urning to work 1IIIiZID What t It A PoItitu Poi BILIOUSNESS CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA MAL CHILLS AND FEVER AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS Mr Delay I HI fWn4 rkvMtM Jmtt taw W4IIwcosntaeode HefWne fw cUMatt dcbUU sad a ceaeraldcUt- ftotti fttBJ and who tad wed evcnrtktef excwtHerklae lt utekly 5the the family keeps nil the time Ttoey recosameud it to otfeent Bud from that have built 3p a rood trade as It I believe it is the Met substitute tor eat omeilkBowaT Price 50 Cents per IUU 1ALLARD SHOW LINIMENT CO ST LOUIS MO 00 sue eer swetrt eNd CHAS C DAVIS j t I tii 1 t MLVEFN ONSIGNAL MT VEIoN KY Ju1Y30 1909 t Can up No 79 whenyoupTvanlto Commun cite with SIGNAL 79 j fi o NACHVILLCRlt Ceo TIl4ETABLE 22 north 437 p m 24 north t 352 a m 23 southii 8 a to 21 South 1219 am jASiLANDRTJM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at tte 1ft Vernon Ky Postoffic as eecpncftolass mail matter P R SON A L W H Brown is better T Miss Gracie Taylor is very sick with fever Mrs Hit Hutcheson is visit jug Mrs S lin Miss Eva Fish is yi itiniat WilliamsburgDen hasgone west for a few months stay Mrs D N Williams has been very sick this week Victor C sate was in Brodhead Tuesday on business Misses Fanny and Bess Sparks are in Knoxvjlle this week Will Branaman was here from Berea yesterday on business Miss Dora Dickerson is visiting her sister neat Crab Orchard I Mrs A N Bently is visiting her daughter iMrs Ab Sparks Jack Laswell was over from Orlando yesteul tY on business Will H Fish made a business trip to London first of the week Rev Campbell is holding a protracted meeting at Rose Hill Mrs W H Cox was very sick Monday and Tuesday but beth r nowHenry Henzman who has bet n sick with fever for three weeks is betterMrs s Hiatt theBuckeye neighborhood has been very sick for a few dayst Mr R bert McFerron ot Somerset is the guest of Sheriff R L McFerron Mr and Mrs Harry McGee of Livingston spent Thursday with Mr and Mrs Ab Sparks Mrs C C Williams and daugh ter Miss Risse have returned from a two weeks visitin Norton Miss Addie LMcGlary spent Monday until Wednesday with Misses Susie and Alza Thompson Miss Lula Mae laves of Parks yule is the guest of Mr and Mrs C U Davis on Richmond St Miss Lucy Hankley of Junction City spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Annie Mae Miller Pleasant Debord and Marion Bryant are both very low with that dreaded disease consumption Miss Alza Thompson has re turned fr3m a three weeks v isit in Norton Va and Middlesboro Ky Mr and Mrs Cecil Henry of West Liberty were guests of Mr and Mrs E B Cox Friday until Monday t Mrs Benton and daughter Miss Willie have returned from a months visit at Mt Sterling and other points Joe Childress of I iyiing3tQn is spending a few days wiUi his sister Mrs Jim Anderson on Newcomb Ave t Miss Bessie Harbrson returned I to her home at Perryyille Monday after spending to weeks with Mr and Mrs C C Davis Oscar Brock and nieces Miss Ethel Baker and little Mary Catherine Baugh cam down from London Tuesday to visit relatives John Mullins who has been at the depot here for a year is now L N Agtat Mullins Station and bookkeeper for W J Sparks Co at same place C C DavisF L Thompsdn Sr Edd Langfprd Joe Childress Conn Brown Atty J W Brown took in the Lancaster fair yesterday t Mrs Nannie Harp has retu rned her1husband i California Miss Thornton of the Brown Memorial faculty who Vas been sick tt the Eraugdoa Dormitory since early Sprlifii S recovered sufficiently to be tikeii to her home n Cincinnati T rf j rJjo d i l1 Mrs Matilda Houk is with her sister MTs Jane Bloomer at Wabd who his been v h sick Elmer Lechlefter passed through yesterday to Louisville to buy goods for bis restaurant at Livingston 5 R A Wbitehead the spleadid Livingston merchant was here Wednesday looking after some important business matters j LOCAL Get gold lit mps free at Fishs Arrow Br nd collars two for a quarter at Fishs A great de4 1of sickness is re ported throughout the county Dont fai to see the ball game tomorrow Bprea vs Mt Vernon Frank Mobre a son of James Moore an xpert jeweler has opened a j wely shop over the PeoplesBank 4 I fit your eyes scientifically with glasses I Jiaye diplomas Call and see me iPiJ T Adams arcade- S C Frankljn WANTEDCnestputcordwood cutin five feet lengths write UNIPN TANNING Co Jellico Tenn Mr Ransdm Brown of the Glades section one of the countys best citizens was stricken with paralysis Saturday and is in a very critical condition Mrs Mollie Miller entertained Monday evening in honor of Judge and Mrs S D Lewis There were about fift invited guests Delightful refreshments were served Al Johnson colored was shot and killed Ity his brotherinlaw William Gi1 pre near Plato Pu aski county Saturday Gilmore did what someone else would have had to donellooner or later I am a student I study hard my profession I can fit you with spectacles repair your clocks and watches Carl and see me in J T Adams arcad up stairs Mt Ver non S C Franklin The L N will sell tickets to Lexington Aug 8 to 14 inclusive limit Aug 16th for 270 round trip account Blue Grass fair Also to Barboursville Aug 1819 and 20 limit 2rst for 206 round trip account of Knox County Fair The L j will sell tickets to London Aug 24 to 27 inclusive limit Aug 28th for 109 round trip Special train will leave Mt Vernon at 840 a m on Aug 25 and 26th and returning will leave London fair 2r9lJD9sat 4 45 p m Arthur Guin age 27 assistant section foreman at Boo this county Was found dead oHBe the L N track near his home Sunday morning We understand he was hit by LTast Cincinnati flyer between 3 aud4 oclock A M Virgil Starns aged 16 shot and instantly killed his father James Starns near Wood tock Pulaski couuty last Saturday morning The father had corrected the boy for some misdoing w iich the poor wretched resented V the life of his father The gilldws is the only reward for s haw down being He anoVtwc negro nants who were thought to have helped move the body som distance from where the shooting occurred are now in jail at Somerset NIAGARA FALLS For all expense paid 10 days circle Jour t on a special train from Richmond at 421 A M August 3rd gcunj to the fall without charge 2500 cover lug sleepers meals enroute board at first class hotel wnile at Niagara meals at Buffalo and Cleveland a earner erth Between Buflalo and Cleveland and in fact every necessary expense in rail and steamer trav land board tor a delightful 10 days trip or a 12 days trip to Atlantic City Philadelphia and Washington City 3500 covering e ery neceftgary expense except sleepers and meals going and returning with every thing guaranteed first h1ass and satisfactory to themostpexperienced traveler leaving Winchester at 2zoP M August igth Experience vs worth something we do not know it all and yet wa have had 16 years expepience and securing our patrons from the same territory each year join either upon a guarantee that you will be pleased or your money will be refundedFor further information and complete itinery of each trip call on Miss Ida May Adams Mt Vernon Ky or write tq J D WYATt Special ExcursiM AjtZILVr t BF1 utRailo 268 Short sJr Lexington t1 j1 OByan overalls ijajre the best on earth Get em atEishs Get onr Mc2crck Deeting machine repairs atftfshs II have added lotinv shop an equipment of new uiachiner Can do anything you wt done Call on S C Franklin Mt Vernon Ky in J T Adams arcade The public school will begin Monday Aug 2 Mrs Georgia McClure will have charge of the advanced rorm for a month or until Mrs Ballard recovers sufficiently to take charge The store of Doofcy Sutton of Withers was robbed last night of a bout too including goods registered letters tamps and a small amount of money Blood hounds will arrive day The L N offers the following cheap rates Richmond Aug 18 19 and 20 156 round trip account of Madison county fir Cave City Aug 5 and 6th littjt Aug 9th 617 for round trip account of Reunion of Orphan Brigade and to Louisville SeptiIsl to 18 inclusive limit Sept 20 for 3 98 round trip account of Kentucky State Fair FOR RENTI desire to rent my hotel at Brodheatf which is the best location in town convinent to depot and ha may of the con leniences found in hotels in the smaller towns Building newly papered and in splendid condition a fine location and the place for the right party to goatee money For terms address i G FittTH Brodhead Ky The Democratic Bounty Com mittee met last Saturday pursuant to call of Chairman and called a mass convention for Saturday September 4th to najjne candidates for all or a part qf the county offices to bevoteffor at the November election 1909 Only six of the eleven comralttemen were present No definite action was taken as to how mpy candidates there should be whejher one two or more FARM FOR SAL Containing 41 acres more or less situatedon the headwaters of Paint Lick creek in Garrard coujaty one mile from pike 4 miles from Berea iy miles from Wallaceien A mile f from school i4 miles from three churches good houses barn and out buildings extra good orchard good well in porch and stock water 15 cress in grass 10 acres in timber The rest in cultivation good fencing For further infor mation call on or address MAT A CUMMINS Brodhead Ky Fred Myers jumped from a wagon last Saturday and broke both bones of his right leg just above the ankle He hufjL started to Wildie with a crowd of boys to attend a game of ball and near Buckeye church the horses became frightened and started to run Fred jumped while the other boys who remained in the wagon es caped uninjured One bone cut through the flesh and stuck in the ground It was necessary to put him under the influence ofan anaesthetic to set the broken parts Drs Lovell Southard and Dyche did the work 33 IN MEMORIAM Of the little daughter of Mr and Mrs J E Thompson Last Thursday taornrag at 250 a m the death angel yisited lur home and took from us our sweet little Jennie Lee She was one year ten months and ten days old She leaves a heartbrpken father and mother four little brothers and a sister to mourn their loss The floral offering wa s beautiful In naturalcut flowers A place in our home is vacant A voice we loved is still But alas We must submit to Gods will by saying Gotp thy rest sweet child 5P to thy rest Sweet be thy repose Safe from all earthly woes Darling go to thy rest 9 i Any one failing to let a catalog of Brodhead fair write tkeSecy he will gjadlv furnish you one The premiums a re betterl The groun ds will be in good condition The fair will be ike best ever held Get ready to enjoy itMr Andre Sutton has been very ill for some days Rev AJ Pike is istinllevBarnesin conducting V meeting kt HyattsiIleXyThej- eungest child of Mrs Daisy r j tr i1 r r 1j 7i ij1 Ifif it bltrnedytibadl1I IMr G E Paiutet liviugin the of town states hehks an apple tree that was planted eighteen months ago measures 3ft tall and 3 ft across and Fiargewellseason J G Frith showed us an early rose potato as a specimen of his gardening which measures 7 inces long and weighs i pounds Egbert Wallin is at home for a few dllysA very substantial and elegant stone footbridge is being constructed across the river at this place which will prove a need well supplied The town ha spent some five hundred dollars D about 300 feet of street and the bridge Hiatt base ball team defgd Quail here Saturday last Quail turned the game later by defeat Brod headeCOVE Mr and Mrs J Pike of Livingston are me guests of Mr anti Mrs J BoreiugMiss Minnie Riddle of East Bernstadt is visiting at Rev James Rid Je liithis weekGeter Falin was visiting in Livingston last Saturday v He will not return to his work until September Quite a crowd at tended the services at MeNews Chapel last week ThV school here is gradually inct easing in number since the berrycanning season is nearing its closeMrs Torn Egan of Wildie veiled her parents Mr and Mrs Marion Treadway this weekiF Misses Essie Pike and Alma Boreing left Tuesday for Maretburg There will be services here Saturdaynight and Sunday The Chestnut Ridge Choir will furnish music ORLANDO Miss Grace Quinton is visiting Mrs Flora Evans Mrs Frank Mullins is verv low with con sumptionMrs JenniejrBail has returned home from Brush Creek where she lias been visiting her mother Mrs J A B31lOvie Quinton has a very severe case of lagrippe and is very sickA large crowd attended church at McNews chapel SundayMrs Maggie Hellard is visiting her sister Mrs Bell Quinton Mrs Flora Becker returned to Richmond Monday having just rrecovered from typhoid fever Rev Hackett is expectedto preach for the Cove folks SundayMrs Della Owens is visiting frs Las well this weekMiss Berctie Ham monds is visiting her sister Mrs Williams Mrs Nancy jMcHargue is up from East Bernstadjts visiting her mother Mrs Williams Billy Warmack passed throujgh here on his way to Cincinnati Wednesday UNION S S CONVENTION There will be a Union District SundaySchool Convention ratN the Presbyterian church tPlt Ver non next Sunday QAugust 1st This convention willbe for all denominations and everyone in the county who is interested iufSnn day School work is requested to be present The convention will begin just after all Sunday Schools in town close about 1030 a m and adjourn at noon until 130 p m and then continue untd330 pm- y PROGRAM I Devo tonal exercises Rev Cheek 2 What are the esentialrfeat tires of a good SundaySchool Discusses by Superiuteudents 3 What tire the mast desirable qualifications ota good S S teacher Discussed by Teachers 4 Adjournment until 130 p m 5 How can the teacher secure the attention of the restless boys and girls in class Discussed by teachers and oth thers 6 How can we induce the scholars to study their lessons before going to S SJJ Discussed by Superintendents 7 What is jour version of Sun day School work s Rev Jamison 8 And last but not least r off Bering for Sunday School work M G FIsH Pres MRS A H McFBRRpN Secy WANTBO All the teams rcan get to haul plow beams and lumber from mill OH Dry Fork toMtVernon a distance of 4 mites I loggingteaasHnsfcrd Ky r 1iLC r rE iIi yi f THE THOROUGHBREDS Will Ic One of the Great Features of Coming Blut Grass Fair Almost every KentuckiAn itt6ne 4ime or another has seen a running race but comparatively few have hiid thorouK11rdjItock of twenty miles of Lexington are grouped practically all of the big thoroughbred nurseries to be found in North America At a number of these places are horses which have cost their owners from 50000 to 150000 It seems therefore both fitting and proper that the Blue Grass Fair which comes at Lexington the week of Aug 9th to 14th should show its recognition of the importance of the thoroughbred breeding industry to Central Kenutckj by offering attractive premiums for y show of thoroughbred breeding stock This is the only fair in Americkf which offers such premiums andiin less all signs fall the greatest show of thoroughbred stock ever seen in the world will be provided for thos who visit the big Blue Grass Fair on Saturday August 14th Through the generosity of manyjof the most Important of the thoroub- bred nurseries seasons to stallions which stand at fees of hundreds of dol lars have beea added to the monetiry premiums to be given to the winners of the thoroughbred rings Mr August bjs12o000son is worth in cash 1500 and otter tJfiNoof thoroughbred stock should desiitwin these premiums no wonder tSat in some of the rings to be shown thee should be as many as thirty or forty entries The thoroughbred show will be the climax of a week which w1llo down in the annals of horse showgof- the world and which wrll attract tofthe Blue Oran Fair grjuuds thousandiof AmericaAdvance of the moat valuable horses lnAhe vicinity of Lexington indicate that teVast majority of such horses winb shown Men like August Beldftmt James R Keene Clarence H Maokay J B Haggin F It Hitchcock RT Wilson J E Madden and others who own stock scarcely less valuable will give the public the opportunity to see such horses as can be found in no other section of America than at the big stock farms near Lexington THE FLORAL HALL Fine Place to Met Your Friends at the hue Graea Fair The Floral Hall at this yearsbig Blue Grass Fair which comes the week of August 9th to 14th at Lexington will be one of its most attractive features The hall is under the direct supervision of Mr G Norton Sharpe who made such a success of itTiast year The first floor will be giveaover to exhibits of farm products andHo a special exhibit which the Kentucky Ex pertinent Station will make fort the benefit of the farmers of Kentucky On the second floor will be son at tractive booths decorated and o cidb- y prominent Lexington merchants On the third loot there will betie ex hibits of womans work and tabt lux uries provision being made for 1 3 dif ferent classes iv The entire hall will be handsomely decorated there will be music afiyday throughout the week and men WOmen and children alike who come to the fair will find much there to entertain them ACTUAL PHOTOGRAPHS Reproduced In Wonderful FiveSheet Pesters For Blue Grass Fair Probably the most attractive paper ever put out by a fair association is that which has been used this year to advertise the big Blue Grass Fair which will be held at Lexington the week of August 9th to 14th The pa per is all made from designs copy righted by the Blue Grass Fair aSlo- ciation and the views used ire taken from actual photographs made on the fair grounds in years put The moat prominent of these is a large fivesheet poster showing a superb type of a Kentucky saddle horse One of the bestknown exhibitors in America II astride him and the position of the horse and the pose of the rider are so natural cc graceful and so lifelike as to attract immediate attention Another noster is a picture of a team which showed and won premium at the Blue Grass Fair and afterward was sold for 8000 Still another is a flni type of a harass head There are also posters setting forth the antics of the famous Spellmans performing bears and of the various other free acts acrobatic highwire and trapeze which will serve to amuse the thousands of people who come to the big Blue Grass Fair There is in addition special paper advertising the great Kopp band of Ifty pieces considered by discriminat leg Judges the best openair and in America A window card has also bees provided which is made from a drawing especially designed by the famous animal artist George Fort Morris for the Blue Grass Fair It ic a splendid type of saddle horse in ac tionSUCH paper as this is of course ex pensive but it is so attractive that it la certain to bring very excellent re cults In creating interest and im at tracUq attel1daaceIGet Hazel Salve when you ask for it There are a great many imitations but there is just one original This salve is good for anythitigi where a salve is needed to be used but it is especially good for Piles Sold by Chas G Davis Everything for men and boys to wear at Fishs oePTAZw- sI S lhaKMYINsN hs I J fli1jc Get in the well dressed circleWear SchwabQothes I myr 1 mr 1 SIIV LOOK vi1ir ir LISTEN NOW is a mighty good time to buy that Suit and FISHS vi f 1 Is a mighty good place to buy it We are CLO SINGOJTEV- ERThrIG j IN Mens Boys and Chifdrens Summer Cfofhes A- TReduced Prices To make room for our Fall stock WE ARE SELLING MENS 1000 Suits for TvOO 1200 Suits for 1000It 1500 Suits for J2XDO BOYSt 500 Suits for 375 fjfw 400 Suits for 300 I ris I i hi t r COMEEARLYWhile THESE PRICES ARE STRICTLY CASH PRICES a i JKISH iH MT VERNONS LEADINC CLOTHIER 7fc ALL AROUND CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE tPHONE 77 Ij There Are Lots of Good Shoes but STAR BRAND SHOES ARE BETTER idii v1v r jJ t t H s Itzr t 1 Kodol For Dyspepsia and Indigestion If you Suffer from Indigestion Dyspepsia Gas on the Stomach Belching Sour Stomach Heartburn etc a little Kodol will Relieve you almost Instantly Kodol supplies the same digestive juices that are found in a healthy stomach Being a liquid it starts digestion at once Kodol not only digests your food but helps you enjoy every mouthful you eat You need a sufficient amount of good wholesome food to maintain strength and health But this food must be digested thoroughly otherwise the pains of indigestion and dyspepsia are the resultWhen ygur stomach cannot do its work properly take something to help your stomach Kodol is the only thing that will give the stom ach complete rest Why Because Kodol does the same work as a strong stomach and does it in a natural way Sold by CHAS DAVIS E W A Carson WALLPAPERING DECORATING ETC V LARGE STOCK OF PAPER AL- WAYSr ON HAND Our work is guaranteed V lV A CARSON Mt Vernon Ky IfI Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS M anufacturer ofand DEALER in Marbles and Granite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished 6 on applicationGEO NS Propr KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGSm 1 WITH Dr Kings I IISIIIIIAND ALL THROAT AND LUNGTROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OR MONEY REFUNDED After producing a letter to the police in which he told of having murdered his wife Robert M Fanning of Westport Mass committed suicide in the police station at New Bedford He is said to have been insane from drink and the fact that his wife had re fused to live with him During street fighting at Barce lonia Spain Tuesday a captain and three gendarmes and eight strikers were killed A score of persons were wounded Judge John J Orr died at Car- rolltonIk Tuesday He studied law in Louisville with Col W C P Breckinridge and Gen Dan W Lindsay tl HITES Cream Vermifuge THE GUABWTEEB WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TPNIC BEWRI Or THI IEIRID BallardSnow Liniment Co eT LOUIS MO I Electric BittersSucceed when everything else fails In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEYLIVER AND STiOMACHTROUBLE it k the tt medicine ever sotd over a dtt ggi4ts counter t t So dont neglect your stomach dyspepticKeepstrong by taking a little Kodol You dont have to take Kodol all the time You only take it when you need it Kodol is perfectly harmless Our Guarantee Go to druggist today and get a dol lar bottle Then after you have used the entire contents of the bottle If you can honestly say that it has not done you Uny druggistandhetion or delay We will then pay the drug gist Dont hesitate all druggists know that our guarantee is good otter ap lies to the large bottleonly and to but one contatnsKtimesKodol is prepared at the laboratories of E C DeWitt ds Co Chicago C be =Owing to the question of the legality ofjuries chooen by other Judges for the Common Pleas Division of the Jefferson Circuit Court Gov Wilson may name a successor to the late Judge Field in a few days The Governor is awaiting an opinicn from the At torney General The chances for the appointment of Homer E Batson are said to be good If you have pains in the back weak back or any other indication of a weakened or disordered con dition of the kidneys or bladder you should get DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills right Away when you experience the last sign of kidney or bladder complaints but be sure that you get De Vitt s Kidney and Bladder Pills We know what they will do for you and if you will send your name to lOUIThey are sold here by Chas C Davis William Kookendoffer aged eighty years one of the best known farmers of Nicholas county died of the infirmities of old age WE WODL1 HIDES FURS M GinsengGolden w are Dealers and can do betterforyou- than agents or merchants st Reference any Bank in Louisville t Write for weekly price list andship ping tags We furnish wool bags free M SABEL SONS 1058 229 E Market St DRINO 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 M fuaa substitutes Prloe COo CLOSE AUGUST SECOND ENTR ESWALL LIVE STOCK CLASSES AT BIG Btue GRASS 5 FAIR SHOULD HE MADE THIS WEEK- A fact of importance and interest to the whole livestock world is the stockIon next Monday August 2nd The Fair is held the week of August 914 and it is necessary to close the entire one week in advance of the opening in order that they may be properly classified andassorted The Blue Grass Fair this year promises to be out standingly the best fair ever held in Kentucky Liberal provision has been made in the Premium List the total aggregating over 25000 The fair deserves and should receive the enthusiastic patronage of the whole people ot Kentucky Let Every Kentuckian who has live stock make an entry Attention is also called to the fact that entries to the Individual Farm Exhibit and to the classes for Wheat Oats and Blue Grass Seed also close on Monday next The Individual Farms Exhibit is a new feature introduced by the Blue Grass Fair for the benefit of farmers Four prizes aggregating sico are offered for the best dis plays of products shown from individual farms As many as six articles chosen frpm a list set forth in the catalogue must be shown This should make a most interest ing features and induce a large displayfOLEYMIONEYA1DTAR ores Celdai Prevents Pneumonia I Stops Falling Hair Destroys Dandruff The Governor Tuesday accepted the resignation of Lieut Colr James P Gregory of the First Regiment and that body is nOW command bfMaj Krfelcertbe ranking officer The Governor has promoted Capts Kerrick and Caperton to be Majors SEES MOTHER GROW YOUNG It would he hard to overstate tile wonderful change inmy mother since she began to use Electric Bitters writes Mrs W 1L Gilpatric of Danforth Me Althougu past 70 she eems really to be growing young again She suffered untold misery from dyspep sia for 20 years At last she could neither eat drink nor sleep Doctors gave her up and all remedies failed till Electric Bitters worked such wonders for her health They invigorate all vital organs cure Liver and Kidney impartISoc Chas C Davis The Tennessee Supreme Court decided that the State Railroad Commission was not authorized in its practice of assessing side and yard trackage of railroads as local ized property and that it was distributive property DOCTORSconsumption can be IlaY Nature alone wont it needs help SCOTTS EMULSION is the best help but its use must be continued in sum mer as well as winter Take It In a little cold milk or Get a small bottle now All Druggists THE STANDARD OF THE WORLD Does not Color the Hair AYERS HAIR VIGOR An Elegant Makes DressJnsI Composed of Sulphur Glycerin Quinin Sodium Chlorid Capsicum Sage Alcohol Water Perfume Ask your doctor his opinion of such a Mr preparation AYERS HAIR VIGOR Does not Color the HairJ 0 Ann Lowell Mara c iTAKE NOTICE Beginning Saturday 17th our flour ing mill willstart and will run vervIday in the week unless unavoidably hindered ill whichent the public will receive notice i ShipstuffiI and see if in is not equal to anything on market Bring us yqur wheat we paythe highesf market price ilcish or ex change flour 1Ifyou wrnt your corn aground bring to us we can please you If you want the best shi1istuffsend I your order to us Yours very truly BEATY fe HAMLIN Props MT VERNON ROLLER MILLS MT VBBIN0N KENT UCKY ti tttt UHDB5TAKBB raIl uasketslilis ofU1thet All Orders by Wire Promptly Filled wAepx I I Phone 94S liT VBRNON KY = r 3 s J v Convenience of the Savings AgunL ied iManyr rately Small amounts may be added at any time A sTay pgs account offers a profitable mean to realize on funds that are Idle awaiting investment You may withdraw a part or the entire amount at any time With a determination to save you are always welcome here Why not lend your pHI ey to the bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts t8 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 v you will call at the bank T r TaE BANK OF MTT VERNON INcORPORACEDr p fe I MT VERN0N KENTUCKY r f LlJe Oti 1 HIATT it I Mr A C Riatt and family weretleguests of Mf and Mrs Joifntetess ab Preachersville Sunday Arthur Lear and Miss Eena Hornback are visiting rela They are residents1tivesinHiatt Wheat threshing is the order of the davMr Patsy Parkerson is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Robert Hamm AlIDtNancy Smith of Oakhill is some better at present Wilson Carpenter and son Steve passed through Hiatt Saturday on businessMiss Deloria Boyd is on the sic- klistMr Granvile Mink is worse at PresentMr Bill Carpenter of Jackson county was a pleasant caller at Lovers Lane Saturday last On his way home he visited Sand Cave at Wildie and reported fine time Call again BillSome mischievous boys went to a tenant- house that belongs to dhint Lear and tore it up considerably =Mr Marley and Fred Shelby of Lafayett Tenn were the guests of their aunt Mrs Tom Lear last week Harvey Berry Arthur Lear and Elisha Carpenter were much welcomed callers at the home ol H C Jones from Saturday until Monday noon Samuel McHargue and wife attended the Stanford fair last weekand reported timeiiia splendid Miss Lena Hov back Harvey Berry Miss Bettie fdnres Elisha Carpenter and Arthur ear were the guests of Mr and Mrs Pete Lear Sunday night THey report a delightful timeMisMary Lear was the guest of Miss Coffey SundayRev preached at Chestnut Grove FolevjdayTThe little grandchild of Sarah Boyd which has cough is not any better G Capps who has been sick for some time we are glad to say is more1MrsA C Hiatt our hustling merchant 1 is having a splendid trade Irsr Rupert Menefee spent Saturday 1 and Sunday with her aunt Ms j Jim Smith 1 getlEveryfbody you see are you going to the fair Better go it is going to be tbelbest one yet Just more days Get ready CA ST O fit JABears Han of thectf 1I IM L MYERSD At Residence op Old Main Street MT VERNON KY Will be in office at Livingston every Monday Work guaranteed RRW DYCHE DENTIST MT VERNON KY Office at residence on Main Tt Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty Work guaranteed rodhead Marble W rk BRQDHEAD Y Granite and Marble Monuments and IALBRIGHT I Also Agents for Iron Fence- D B ALBRIGHT Manager C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY J OFFICE On 2nd floor o TheBank of Mt Vernon on Church streetSpecial attention given to collectionsYPhone No 80 r c McCLjRY N n 1kfIIaM AtMER1 S aiford1 y It tfJr p I pU n LQIarI The Kind You Have AlW YS Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of and has been made under his persqvabnal supervision since itsinfancy Allow no one todeceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment j What is CASTORIACas- toria t is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers FriendfGENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature ofio 9The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years r STRUT jjc9t PRICES CUT iiiy ON Ladies Gents and Childrens Low Shoes Must go regardless of Cost Dun fall to see ourjine defore you buy j McKENZIE SON Phone 93 J ccx f You Cant Co Wrong WHEN YOU GO TO A C Hiatts Store He has only of the most comsfc comple lines of goods that ever brought to a country store Also HATSIBring your produce and get the highes market price AC HIATT l HIATT KENTUCKY rmAvoId Danger When You are sick or suffering from any of ilief Cardinmen Thousands of women have used Clardui and been benefited Why not you Dont take any chances Get Cardui the old reliable ofttried remedy for women of all ages TAKE i CIDUI fwi Help r tur41 Hrs uzaniYofgm SneedVille Tcnn write Tor ten years I suffered with the turn of life and tried many remedy lfithout relief harj pains all over my body and at timed J could my4oUJeWOLrhAJromfe Try if M AT ALL DRUG STORESf ntHvllf1iJ W 1SKi qt j tIt liaS