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Published Every Friday VOLUME XXII MT VERNON COUNTY EY FRIDAY AUG 6 1909 NUMBER 45 Dr oner Is the best ofall medicines for the cure of diseases disorders and weaknesses peculiar to women It is the only preparation of its kind devised by a regularly gradu ated physician an experienced and skilled specialist in the diseases of women It is a safe medicine In any condition of toe system THE ONE REMEDY which contains no alcohol end no injurious habitforming drugs and which creates no craving for such stimulants 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 of the same under oath nn t i ROCKCASTLE IMs sold by medicine dealers everywhere and any dealer who hasnt it can get it Dont take a substitute of unknown composition for this medicine OP COMPOSITION No counterfeit is as good as the genuine and the druggist who says something else is just as good as Dr PierceV is either mistaken or is trying to deceive you for his own selfish benefit Such a man is not to be trusted He is trifling with your most priceless possession your health may be your life itself See that you get what you ask for 4 3- yI ANNOUNCEMENT ft Of an important fact that we are selling first ckss upto ate furniture for less money than was ever known before Beds springs matresses r bedroom suits single pieces of furniture any kind f or quality We can furnish anything you 1 ni 4 for your home H Drop in and see our line 1 r C C COC- I MT VERNON 3os KY + ROAD TO PROSPERITY 9 th Small sums will open a bank account with us r i Your bank account will estalish your credit Good credit opens the uayto all things Open 0 an account today with the Peoples Bank arid la- theI foundation of asuecessful career Money turns thewheels of the 1of prosperity Without j money you can not even start the wheel but once started it turns easier with every revolutiontaThere is but one way to accumulate money Mand that is by saving A little money anda good good credit established constant saving will accom plish wonders We want you to get ahead and stand ready to nnln You Wrvfmnnr pens the gateway 4r successso Quickly a5 money saver by being deposited in hank Nothing gives you more satisfaction than to- know you have a nice account with your bank It adds to your good cheer and brings contentment So start withjus at once Yours truly PEOPLES BANK c Wednesday was a big day for Glouchester Mass where the spirit ofrural pegeantry ofthe early sentries was revived in all its traditional glory THe first Glouchester vsejttlemenUiby the English Pilgrims was in 1623 and Wednesday was Glouchester Day A cast of I46ob persons produced The Canterbury Pilgrims L I iiN 1xSTuli Lots of sickness in this locality Mrs J E Hayes is still impiov ingMr and Mrs H D Magee h ive gone to Louisville this week Mr Magee will visit Frankfort and other towns while he is gone Henry Browning is overseeing the yard work while Magee is away W A Saltei field of Louisville was with us two days last WeekH L Delph and Dr R G We b have returned from Louisville where they went to buy goods Mr and Mrs J E Singleton have returned from PulaskiA county wheie thev went to attend the funeral of Mrs Singletons brother James Starus who was killed by his sonDr Maggie Harris of Lexington is visiting Mrs J C McGuire Mrs Patter son and Mrs Maggie Martin are k visiting in Middtes oro this week W M Hicks who was very sick is some better Miss Anna M and Rice Walton will leave in a few dajs to attend college at Lou don The scriptures say we are not heard for our much speaking but when anything is both a duty and a pleasure we are always glad to get to talk about it What we want is for the town trustees to get a hustle on them and take ad vantage of this beautiful weather and have the roads worked and the streets looked after We must get out of the rut and there is no better time than the present So Mr Trustees lets hear from you dont think we are jast asking this just to be talking it is the senti ment of the town C E Mullins of the White oak section has de dared himself a candidate for Mag istrate in this and Crooked creek precincts Charley is a good man and a trueblue democrat Lets work boys and put him through Londons base ball boys came down Tuesday to play the boys Here and the score stood 12 to 4 in favor of Livingston They had an other game with them Wednesday and score stood 12 to 8 in favor of London We have just received a letter from Judge R G Williams f ofCovington The Judge thinks we are doing the right thing in ask jug the the Town Board to look I after the streets and roads in th f town limitsWe all know how th judge worked for the interest of I education and the upbuilding of she roads while he was judge and and we know full well that he has the interest of his dear old county at heart We have lost all hope v that the New Livingston Coal Co will ever go to work A part of company are here to sell their i stock of goods There is a ma here from Middlesboro to buy it This would be a good deal for some jf of our merchants as we understand it is to sell at 50 per cent on the dollar We had hoped that they would go to work again as this was v a great help to the town and we i are sorry to sea them leave p BEWARE OF OINTMENTS FOR CATARRH THAT CONTAIN MERCURY as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely de range the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces Such articles should prescpiptionsas tie damage they will do is to fold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio contains no mercury and is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh gepuinIten Toledo O by F J Cheney Co Testimonials free Sold by drug gists Price 75c per bottle Take Halls Family Pills for conetipation n Cubas tobacco production i 1908 manufactured and unman factured was at the value qf 45 000000 gold of which 11000000 worth was used for home con sumption DeWitfs Little Early Riser- the pleasant safer sure easy litt liver pills A salve may alays depend upon in any ca where you need salver is DeWitt Carbolrzed Witch Hazel Salve SoldChasNethiiicSqttth Dr r MEtar Aat1 = Pta PIYse t swtalgia ratan it Nn BROUH FAD J G Frith hay rented the Frith Wpingwill be open for the traveling public Aug toMrs J W Hutcheson spent Friday until Mob day with her parents at Saly sa Ky Mr H H Hutcheson vjis spending this week at the home of Dr W E Gravely having return ed from Norton Infirmary Louisville where he underwent a very serious operation Miss Elva Melvin of Boone county is visiting Mr and Mrs J Thos Cherry Letter Hilton and wife of Rowland are here this week Lester is rapidly recover ing from his recent illnessrr O O Stone made a flyingtrtjjto New Taswell Tenn this week Mrs Louisa Code ot New Albany Irid is visiting at the home of Oscar Hamm in the country near here Her first visit for 25 years Miss Ermine Tharp is visiting at RileYsU B Cass was at hcfrne Wednesday Mrs Judith Chesnut is visiting at Maretsburg Geo Durham the soft drink man was a caller Wednesday stockingthe boys for the Brodhead tai AKrAnderson oi this place died very suddenly Tuesday afternoon at 3 oclock Some eight days aohe inflicted a slight bruise on his finger while running a cutting box inhis fathers barn He came to town after some little time and had it dressed and went on to his work thinking no more about it until Monday afternoon when he was taken with spasms almost instantly Lockjaw followed and he lasted only a few hours Wedo nothear of him only spoken of as a gojbd boy but as among the best ever reared in this community He seemed to be his fathers dependence atliome and a pride oftha family He had a pleasant word and a smile lox for every one old and young His remains were laid to rest in the Gosben cemetry Lincoln Co Rev Livingston con ducted the service We extend our sympathy to the bereaved parents brother sister and friends The best remedy we know o Bladderrecaneand Bladder Pills They are apti septic and once assist the kidneys to perform their important work But when you ask for these pills be positive that you get De Witts Kidney and Bladder Pills Ther are imitations placed upon sale to deceive you Get DeWitts In sist upon them arid if your cannot supply yourefuse anything bynChas C Davis COVE Mr and Mrs Sam Bryant visited Mrs Bryants parents Mr and Mrs Marion Treadway Saturday and Sunday Geter Falin an wife returned to Pine Hill Wed nesday after an extended visit to homefolks hereMr and Mrs Ed Bullock were the guests of Wit Proctors family Saturday and Sunday Mrs Della Owens visit ed Mrs James Bullock last Sunday TJesde Agee of Hamilton Ohio was the guest of his sister Mrs lames Riddle last weekSfrs Henry returned from a visit to ThursdaynMrs G Ballard who since e returned from Richmond has been at the home of her mother left Sunday for Mt VernonA farg audience attended the service con ducted by Rev James Riddle last Saturday night and Sunday after noon Jones Proctor went to Brodhead Sunday to work on the railroad ter Take Kodol at the times whe you feel what you have eaten is not wbatynnn you can youu will juit let Kodol digest it Sold by Chas C Davis It is believedin Washington that an agreement has been reached by Iayiiellede DuRelle as United States sesDistrict Attorney for Western Kentucky byc A P O 1t 6 ears the 1M Kttl a ut et I NDIVIDUALFARMSill portunities at the Great Blue Grass Fair CONDITIONS FOR EXHIBITS All Kentucky Farmers Eligible to En ter Extraordinary Competitive Ex hibit Under Simple Conditions Set Out Below Do Not Forget That En tries Close Monday August 2 In order to stimulate interest In Im proved agriculture and to offer oppor unity to show to the world the char acter of farm products grown In this section the Blue Grass Fair to be held at Lexington the week of August 914 has framed conditions for the following exhibit which should be one of its most attractive and beneficial features Exhibit of products from individual farms not less than six from appended list to be shown all to be grown by exhibitor 100 divided into four pre miumsb0 25 15 10 From the following list the exhibitor is to choose not less than six products of his own farm to be shown and it is also understood that exhibitor may show as many mote than six as he may desireBurley Tobacco One plant of green tobaceo in pot or cu- tHempThreeinch bundle Corn in Stalk Six stalks Sorghum in Stalk Six stalks Wheat in Straw Twoinch bundle Oats In Straw Twoinch bundle Rye in Straw Twoinch bundle Barley in Straw TwoInch bundle Alfalfa Twoinch bundle Red Clover TwoInch bundle AlslkerTwoInch bundle Crimson Clover TwoInch bundle Soy Beans Twoinch bundle Cow Peas Twoinch bundle Blue Grass Twoinch bundle Timothy Twoinch bundle Orchard Grass TwoInch bundle German millet Tvyolncli bundle Potatoes Selection ri f six any named variety The exhibits will be Judged by points on the basis points diversity Iafrd commercial value 5 punts arrangement 15 points Where grains are exhibited in the bundle the judge will consider both quality and quantity All samples of grains must be cor rectly named as to variety Tags to so designate them will be supplied by the superintendent in charge Each exhibit must be arranged so as not to occupy more than five feet of wall space It is suggested that all andfa as this way a much more effective display can be secured In the case of tobacco it is suggested that plants intended for exhibit be grown in pots though cut tobacco may also be shown Where an exhibitor grows both smooth and bearded wheat he may if eacheand have same count as two of the six articles required to permit his exhibit usedrmeans two inches in diameter where tied All exhibits will be marked by num ber tags alone and no names of ex hibitors shall in any case be attached nor shall there be any designation used whereby the identity of exhibitors may be known until after awards are made KendEntries close Monday Aug 2 at 6 oclock p m and no entry will be ac cepted thereafter All exhibits must be placed not later than 6 oclock p m of Saturday Aug 7 and no exhibit that snot in place and complete at that time shall be eligible to compete Prof H Carman of the Kentucky Experiment Station will ant as judge Prof George Roberts of the State University of Kentucky will be Super intendent in charge The standing committee for the de partment consists of Mr C E Marvin chairman Prof C W Mathews Dr SH Halley Prof George Roberts Mr George D Karsner Though in no sense relating to this foreany manage meat of the Blue Grass Fair is grail fled to state that the Kentucky Experi went Station wilt make a display at the fair on the lower floor of the Flor al Hall where this exhibit will be held The display will be taken prin cipally from the department of Prof H Carman and will not only include cropsngrown on farm but will also attempt to set forth intelligibly the insect pests which are a marked detriment to farm crops grown In Central Kentucky and which can be auecessfully combatted by farmers who use improved methods recommended by the Experiment Sta tion As in past years the Blue Grass Fair will continue both day and night during the week of August 9tt to 14th Each evening beginning at 730 a pond concert will be given the full program of free acts will follow and all the largo aggregation of shows will be open o J JB w of EL iA fteartkoTIe YeeHaw Butfi f6lamoY i rr a i ti Established 1887 naDAD AUG18192009AIB wy XrSfif v3 The Best of All 4vt Large Premium Lists Every Accommodation for the Pleasure and Comfort of Visitors PLENTY OF GOOD MUSIC Abundance of good pure ice water on grounds The place where every body has a good time Cotne all three days PHONE 1OUIUVAflTS TO No 89l If you need medicines of any f kinds call CS When want serviceyou prompt in case of accident call S9 If you want the Doctor call 33- j When you are ready to paint your house call 89 If you want ice cream call 83 In fact make S3 your servant you will always find ready and willing service at our end of the line All Phones lead to r DAVIS f Q Leading Druggist IN Best in ofEvery of Live iIYOUR TO No 89 If a body need a body call Q9 vlGet your Hammocks now I5O to 3OO Get your Croquet Sets now 125 up Get your Base Ball Goods now hL Young ladies now is the time to buy your toilet goods of all kinds Please call in and let us show you Dont forget the number v Iv5i 89 DAVIS Leading Drugziob a 89 i The Old Reliable II Must any Drug or Patent Medicine you see advertised in the SIGNAL can be found at THE OLD RELIABLE 1 Cheapest Drug Store in the cou- ntySCDAVIS South Side Main Street MT VERNON KY Blue Grass FairCORPORATED Lexington Ky August 914 ii s BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS The Biggest and Best in the South 25000PREMIUMS The Horse Show America Splendid Display Class Stock PHONE WANTS s 1000Sad- dle Horse Stake Excellent Automobile Racing Monday Aug 9 High Class Trotting aid Raining Races Daily Unexcelled Program of Amusement and Carnival Attractions 10 Big Free Acts Daily 10 For Catalogue or further Information address JOUETT SHOUSE Sec Ys Lexington Ky D I jUI I riiii e4 r = J fXJ 4 T j tiN F K R U EG E R S 0 N iFl w yfrr a i Shoes for Men r Hannah Oxfords 3 50 and 400 v Walk Over Ox V I 350 and 400 iit American Gentlen 3 4 ad 5 1 i iw kY 7 f American Lady Shoe American Ladies Shoes in Oxfords TheyVhave the style comfort and wear that no other has try a pair 3 to 350 If Dress and Wash Goods1 Uur line is complete Silks in all i ft shades and prices J Ji Wty TV j gV Hosiery Our line of Ladies Gents or Boys k Hose are guaranteed Come try a pair f iM lJ l fMT VERNON SIGNAL W r ff FRIDAY Ang 6 1909 t Published every Friday by jArEDGAR S ALBRIGHT J 11 SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on f application f MEMBER OP KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION 4T BAD roads in Rockcastle have ji kept our people far behind in lifes 4 fjace for wealth and education fit Tjje worldy possessions of our people would have been ten times greater if our forefathers had builded more wisely Fine homes would be where cabins are Rich ayingrmea4ows would have taken- tbe Plaipe of brier patches Our would have been jjtUsides ornamented with sod and grass Dollars would have been to our credit where we have not a penny it7 a now Those who have been educated sought other and better tomfields Ambitious young men t have gone where the business world was alive and things were being done where good roads and t schools abound and where money is in circulation Having no roads we have had virtually no markets having no markets we have had but little if any money we could have no building and but little buying and that ot the bare necessities of life This is why many of our best citizens have tisfk41r OilJ peoplt have heretofore 1j filed f realize the cost and fdisadlptages of bad roads Our highways have been a great bin dance and drawback to the suc cess of this county They have t cost in money and comforts lost many times more than the price of t maintaining good ones Mr Farmer wake up Mr I Merchant bestiryourself Ladies y r buckle on the shield of a worthy cause and urge this very important and necessary work We are all vitally interested Farm life has been too lonesome and un profitable in Rockcastle The cause of this is the miserable roads These two things have made us lose many of our young men who would have been useful among us and assisted in the building up of our county We must turn the tide we must retain what we have and bring others into our fold This can only be done by modernizing our roads If J H McKinney and Fred Hahn enterprsing citizens they are bad only had a splendid pike on which they could have brought their wheat to town how much time they could have saved how much more wheat they could have hanledhow much easier It would have been for both man and beast Think of how much it would have saved wagon and how much quicker the trip could have been made From the remotest part of the county with good roads our boys any girls could get a higher education and yet remain under the parental roof at night Bad roads greatlv impedes progress drives useful men from our midst chills the enthusiasm of the farmer which is so essential to success and keeps us stranded in the desert of ignorance crime and proverty Good roads can be built We have the material and plenty of it Our neighboring counties are striving to and are rapidly getting theme Willwe lag behind or will we wake up to the great and innumerable benefits of having broad modern highways THE officials of the Rockcastle Fair Association and the people of Brodhead are ambitious courteous and accomodating They want every body to come to the Fair and enjoy themselves They will lend a helping hand in every way possible to make the occasion a great success In addition this is a Rockcastle enterprise and de serves the hearty cooperation of each and every citizen OUR official daddies we wish well The season of our Mhay making is at hand Will we take advantage of thei su merfiunor will we again let it pass into the Winter of municipal donothing I Hats = Stetson Hats 7i i4r 4007 Green y 1 I 501 t 4 0 1 r zoo 00tf frIV F c i Shirts Our line of shirts is thebst in town We have them in all sizes r I frorn5octsto2VV- tIfpf t fI1i VGOld Medal FlourV We sell Gold Medal Flour best patent 8iX per barrel in wood J and 100 per sack It is the best flour made by anynlill Order a barrelor a sack RV Vi d r i 4 THE Somerset Times pokes fun at our Town Trustees and rather intimates that they are slow and old fogy because they passed an ordinance permitting cows to run at large during a certain period of the year This paper was opposed to such a permission but we will flog our own Trustees and all outsiders can keep hands off They dont always do just what we think they ought but they are waking up to the needs of a better and larger town It has been and shallcontinue to be the policy of this paper to give them credit for everything they do that looks toward the building up of our community and to en deavor to eneourage them to do more So Brother Williams to the tall and uncut for you Look after the weeds in your own town THE Louisville Herald has been purchased by John C Shafer of Chicago It has been heretofore republican in everv thing but now announces that it will support the present national administration but that it will be independent in local politics advocating the election of those men for office that seem best fitted to serve their community irrespective of party AROUND a convivial table one night in the heart of the Cumber land sat some Middleboro gentle men Says oneLets build a broad modern highway from Middlesboro to Cumberland Gap Agreed chimed in the others As a result there can be found in Bell county a piece of model road that makes a mountaineers heart beat with pride THE farmers ot Owen County have received more than 100000 in the last week for their pooled tobacco Dont this prove that it pays to farm and especially when you raise the stuff that will bring money Wheat and tobacco are mighty certain money producers Loon out there One of those autos just rom the Laurel county factory will run over you The Company will soon have its first car ready for ue but the thing that is disturbing pur peaceful slumber iswhere on garth will they show its speed RockcastleVVVhave taken more interest this yea- in that splendid game baseball- than ever before as shpjn bVtfo number of teams organi7ed and games played This is an innocent and healthy sport worthy of the encouragement of all FARM FOR SALEI desire to sell my farm of sooacres located near Livingston on what isV known as Trace 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 and grist mill located onfarm On account of age and health not being able to work the farm will sell at a bargain if sold at once A J SAMS 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 20 years 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 confine myself to watch and clock repairing and op tical work gold and silver soldering In fact anything you want done I am in J T Adams ai cade up stairs first room I have plenty of good upto date machinery and good Hoss sense Come andsee me and make my place you J1eadjuarters when in town in JT Adams Arcade up stairs Your friend Si C FRANKLIN Mt Vernon Ky i While attempting to recover a which she hid left forQ mottlentorttbe tracks of the Loufsviile an MistHelen Nashville railroad Steedman the Ib year old daugtiter of Dr W 0 Steed mane was struck and instantly trainrat 915 oclock Sunday morning Bucklers Ki f k itVVV Fox SALEOn eesy terms 7 room two story house large lot good stable and other necessary outbuildings This is very de sirableIresidence property on Stanford St Crab Orchard Ky For fnrther information address S C KING Ensley AlaI OUT FL3 WERS FOR SALE I can furnish the public with the best as well as the fresest of cut flowers plants of all kinds bulbs potted flowers on short notice Also make a specialty of wreaths for funeral purposes In connection with the above I have all kinds of vegetables on hands at reasonable prices CHRISTMAN GREEN HOUSES ED HUBBARD PROP Stanford Ky SHERIFFS SALE By virtue of xecution No 610 directed to me which issued from the Clerks office of the Rockcastle Circuit Court in favor of L T Steward against W D Mullins Decd I or one of my deputies will on the 23 day of August 1909 between the hours of 9 oclock A M and 4 oclock p m at Court House door in Mt Vernon Rockcrstle county Kentucky ex pose to public sale to the highest bidder the following propery or so mach thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of Plaintiffs debt interest and cost to two hundred and twenty five acres of land more or less on the waters of Wqjfe creek Rockcastle county Ky and Renown as the W D Mullins faribThis landwill he sold subject to his widows life time dowry Levied upon as the property of W D Mullins deceased TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of three months bond with approved security required bearing interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from day of sale and having the force and effect of a judgement This August 3rd 1909 RX McFxRRON Sheriff RC By G S GRIFFIN D S CASTOR I A For Infants and Children Thi KM YN a ysRsitoltita the lignatw of IJlJilr t you Bra- ndNOTICE and coat Shield Brand and whichas thef BOYS Its CC3SI GRANVILLE OWENS v3vV I UND RTAKER aI f BrodheadKy IV Fil- ledxx I1TUNDERTAKERSF- UNERALDIRECTORSAND EMBALMERS E COUCH METALIC CASKETS Coffins and Robes have iofcompanywwire tilled to all Ww KRUECER Pnone Proprietors 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111Jfl111il11111111 SMALL FARM FOR SALE desire to sell privately my farm of 57 acres Lincoln county seven miles from Stanford and two miles Maywood on good 3miles from pike in good neighbor close to church rural and mile from schoolhouse Land all very productive 7J in grass balance in cultivation all under good fence Comfortable house of six new and all other outbuildings Abundance of fine water and of all kinds JA T LIVINGSTON R F D No i Stanford Ky SEARED WITH A HOT IRON or scalded by overturned kettle cut with a knifebruised by slammed injured by gunViOr ir any otherwavthe thing need ed at once is Bucklens Arnica Salve to subdue inflammation and kill the pain Its earths supreme healer infallible for Boils Ulcers Fever Sores Exzema and Piles- 25c at Chas C Davis litic J Dont wear Ordinary clothing when itcosts no more to wear made asb stylish clothing If Shield the tailor made effect of the garment shown above especially the natural set hang of the the results of artful designing and high class tailoring Clothing for Boys is shapely to begin with and is so made it retains its shape Sold at prices are attached to sieve within following ranges MENS 10 the lowest 20 to highest 300 the lowest 600 the highest your privilege to look our pleasure to show t 1ytirt f VVVV 3CC3C COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or Tele phone orders Promptly 1 ePRACTICAL U xNi Mt Vernon Ky 3 3sr Licened Embalmer will charge w EOrders by promptly Hearse sent points w q H 3 w s111111111111111 I in road hood route farm rooms barn fruit door well buy Men well that seven 3 WANTED All the teams I can lumberIVernon a distance of 4 miles I also want sevetal good logging teams W M BULLOCK KyItsctr4 i HERBINE awoa wwt 1 What Is It A Poiitive Curs For BILIOUSNESS CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA MALARIA CHILLS AND FEVER AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS Cotter ETHS KtthUnd PkvMcW JcvtH Tim wrHjK lrecommendcd Herbiae for a child that had chills and a general tated system and who had tried nearly everything except Herbiae It quickly cur4 the child and the family sow keeps Hcrblnt all the time They recommend it to otbtr andfrom that have built up a rood trade oa it I believe It te the Hat aubetitate tor omel I know or Price 50 Cents IICCtlc BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO ST LOUIS MO sId d Reest t4 W CHAS C DAVcS MTV E NqNSIGNAL iii MT VERN NKY Aug 6 1909 II 79Call tip No 79 when want to Communi oath with SIGNAL pz9 r A RR Co TIME TABLE 22 north 437 P m 24 north f 352 a m 23 south 1158 am 21 South t 1219 a m JAS LANDRTJM Agent Phone No 58 t Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secondclass mail matter 1 PERSONAL 3 Miss Graci Taylor is better Mrs Ab Sparks has been very sick for several days Atty C C Williams has re turned from the west r Miss Fanny Sparks is visiting r friends in Kok mo Ind Y Dr and Mrs TO J Price went to Louisville Monday Miss Lava Fish was over from iWildie shopping Monday Fred Myers is getting along nicely with his broken leg f Mrs Anna E Miller has return 1ed from a months visit in Missouri Dr Wm McClellan of Sorner set was here on business Wednes dayHenry Henzman continues very sick and his condition is considered seriousr W H Carmical the Pine Hill merchant was here a short while TuesdayT Pioctor is here from Henrycounty for a few days vacationE Hansel has returned to Lawrenceburg after a weeks stay with hotnefolks Miss Nell McFerron of Pine Hill spent Sunday with her sister Mrs E B Cox Jesse J Agee of Hamilton Ohio i teiS visiting his uncle Rev J W Riddle at Cove f Mrs Margaret Grimes and her L mother Mrs Franklin are visiting relatives in Madison Lee Proctor is very sick with typhoid v t Mrs Kitty Smith 1 has gone to nurse him Arthur Daily will soon leave for Illinois where he expects to be i located for several months V Mrs R B Sams and children have returned from a two weeks stay with relatives at Level Green Mr and Mrs F Rr Asher spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs I A Bowman at Con i iwav j Mrs G M Ballard was up I f from Cove Sunday where she IS spending mother a few weeks with her Miss Virginia Martin has re 4 turned home after a few weeks t visit to her sister Mrs John Moore i i i of BrMissGertrude Martin of Brod bead was the guest Qf her cousin i i Miss Montye Martin Saturday p and Sunday Miss Alma Boreing of Nashville Tenn is spending a few weeks with her cousin Mrs John Owens at Maretburg r Miss Lula Mae Hayes wlio has been visiting Mr and Mrs C C Ji 1 Davis returned Saturday to her home near Earksville MesdamesMf Owen of Crab l Orchard and Effie tPike of Louisville are guests of the family ipf their brother T T Meadows I q Cecil Williams editor of the Somerset Times is spending a Jew days with his gradparent5I Mr and Mrs D N other reatives The services of Miss Helen Keys Y of CitJcinnrti has again been e V secured to teach in the college here during the coming year The t Po Ichoot 1stfre congratulated for Miss Keys is both popular and efficient t LOCALt Brown Memorial School will opei Sept yth E B Brown is erecting a large livery stable just back ofdepot t Brodhead fair will be bigger and J better this year tap ever before r I Are you getting ready Jpr the IBiodqeid ifai l819 4 l The Mt JVernqn Cornet Band will furnish music for the Brodhead fair On one minutes notice we can clothe you from head t o foot J Fish Arthur DajlysoltltoDau Gbe nault of Conway one pair mules for 41400 It is rumored that Mt Vernon is to have a new depot We certainly hope it will tpaterializeIW J crew are Crab Orchard doing a large job ofconcretIng for R L Collier Hon John D Carroll Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of the I oo F of Kentucky will visit Mt Vernon Lodge on Friday night Aug 19- Mirnie Bryant died last Friday after an illness of several weeks of consumption The deceased was a son of the late Craig Bryant and a brother of Mrs S B Ramsey FOR SALE A good seccnd hand buggy for caslror will exchange for young cattle F L THOMPSON 63t Mt Vernon Ky There will bs service in the Presbyterian church next Sunday Aug8th both in the morning and at night Subject for the morning service Changed lives for the evening service The coming of Christ to the Temple No 23 the South bound passenger train due here at 1158 a m was wrecked near Hazel Patch yester day caused by a spreading of the rails The tender express baggage and mail cars left the track Baggage Master Anderson was killed all the rest of the crew and the passeuger escaped uninjured Berea Base ball nine had a game of ball scheduled with Mt Vernon for Saturday but they showed their yellow streak h and never did materialize and still worse they were not even courteous enough to let the boys know that they were not coming Had not Livingston team come up it would have been a complete Water haul Henry Bullock aged 19 a son of Tom Bullock of Pulaskicounty was killed near Hansfbrd this county Wednesday by a falling tree Yonng Bullock was employed by W M Bullock the Hansford merchant and lumber man to York in the log woods and the tree which struck him wasa large onk which split as it fell He was killed instantly NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS Your taxes for the year 1909 are now due and have been since March 31 Please call and settle same at once j Those delinquent on 1908 taxes must settle or I shall be forced to resort to extreme means of collect ing I have to meet my obliga tions with the county and state and to do so must have the taxI due R LV McEERRON Sheriff Rockcastle County Miss McCord Principal of Brown Memorial School has re turned fromnec vacation and is now at Langdon Dormitory where she will be glad to see friends and patrons of the school either socially or on business connection with the schoolThose who wish to enter Lang don Dormitory should complete arrangements at once as vacancies can not be held after Aug i5th A H Hamlin the new pro prietor of the Mt Vernon Rolrer mills will leaveothing undone to make the business a great success which we fully believe he will be able to do With the uew and improved machinery he will be able to make just as good flour as any mill The only difference between this and other mills will be in the quantity and not the quality E B Cox who on last Saturday severed his connection with the W Sparks Co took charge Tues day as business manager for Mr Hamlin 1 ama candidate for school trustee legally registered r helbngtto no click or clan no man owns me no set of men own me- T anTfree and untrameled in this race I want to see g6od schools This school district gets 104800 this should procure two or at least anyScboolgood firstclass man for principal lclassdefeated all nght Trbe above is vrp horm St rR p Xril t S C FnANXIIN 4 f Horace Benton will try his hand with the indicator for the Blue- Grass League Young idioms with oung ideas likeyoung mens styles Theyre here J Fish MnC C Clark and Miss Ida Allen were married near Cooks burg this county lastweek You can look all over the country and youll not find better made clothes at inore moderate prices than you will at Fishs H H Beaty has sqld his one half interest in the Mt Vernon Roller Mills to his partner A H Hamlin who will run the business alone Mr Beatv bought a one half interest in Mr Hamlins logging contract in Georgia andwIll soon leave to take charge of the work We are sorry to lose Mr Beat but trust that the change will prove profitable to all con cerned We are glad to know that Mr Beaty s family will remain in Mt Vernon for a timeat least FARM FOR SALE Containing 41 acres more or lss situated on the headwaters of Paint Lick creek in Garrard county one mile from pike 4 miles from Berea i U miles from Wallaceton 54mile from school t4 miles from three churches good houses barn and out buildings extra good orchard good well in porch and stock water 15 acress in grass 10 acres in timber The rest in cultivation good fencing For further infor mation call on or address MAT A CUMMINS Brodhead KyJ The Republicans of the Six teenth Judicial District comprised of Covmgton and Kenton county have nominated Hon Charles Eu gene Clarke a millionaire banker and lawyer against R G Williams the Democratic nominee for Commonwealth Attorney In writing to his mother of his opposition Judge Williams savsICBe not alarmed at the fact of my opponent being a Yale graduate a millions airea good mixer and a polished lawyer I stand ready to submit our respective claims for this high office to the people having an abiding faith in the justice and fairness ot their decision at the polish l NOTiCB To my friends and customers who have been so loyal to me during the several years pastT take this means of announc ling to you one and all that I am out of the mill business and to express my hearty appreciation of the support given me in the past For my former partner Mr A H Hamlin who is now sole proprietor of the Mt Vernon Roller Mills I earnestly ask a continuance for him which my old friends and patrons have accorded me in thg past With new and uptodate im provements there is no reason why Mr Hamlin can not and will not be able to compete withany mill in the state both in quality and price Again thanking one and all I beg to remaiu Yours very truly H H BEATY In a one sided affair Mt Vernon defeated Livingston Saturday on the home grounds by the sc ore of 13 to i The features of the game were the batting of the local team and pitching of Barnett and Will iams In the first inning Living ston put one over on a high throw by second baseman Tate and after that they never had a chance Mt Vernon had the strongest Jineup of the season and had Berea come as they promised they would have gone back with same rstpry as be fore Their failing to come only deprived the locals of annexing an stringThehitting infielder strengthened the locals considerably Hollowing is the score by innings Mt Vernon CHMara ib STate c Williams ssflp Bartlett 36 v rat 2b Baty if- 1hornpson cf Proctor rf Barnett p ss Livingston A Pike cf Patten c Foley ib P Marshall 2b R Pike ss Wickliffe3bT p Coleman If Rice if JT Speaks c WiSpeaks p f iI23456789 S Mt Vernon 202 5 02 o fx 13 Livingston IOOOOOO o a i iwo base hits OMara Williams 2 riBartlett 2 three base hits OsjVIaf Barnett Jt S Tate home runS Tate Time of game 150 Attendance 39ottIPfe Carter PVC I v pEoLIAR IirEREST t Attaches tothe Catalog of the Big Blue Grass Fair to Be Held In August COVER lSATHING OFART Tht Great Animal Artist George Ford Morris Has Contributed His Genius to Give a Fit Setting For Sumptuous WorkOver 5OOO to Be Given of the big Blue Grass Fair which is to be held at Lexington the week of August 9th to 14th has been issued It is a hook of peculiar Interest to all Kentuckians and is more extensive than the catalog of any pre- vIous fair ever held at Lexington The cover Itself is very attractive It is a design especially drawn by the great animal artist George Ford Morris and Is arranged In panels The top panel shows the four classes of cattle which are of particular interest to Kentuck ians namely the Shorthorn the Here ford and the AberdeenAngus of the beef breeds and the Jersey of the dairy breed The lower panel which is of corresponding size shows the horsesiits premium list namely the thorough bred the standard bred and the fiye gaited and threegaited saddle horse The side panels give excellent pictures of sheep and hogB AwayI equitablyInaturally offered for horses because beiBreeding classes are offered for the three recognized American breeds the thoroughbrd the standard bred and the American saddle horse In each instance registration is made a requirement of gntry The show classes are thrown open to the world They Include the fivegaited saddle horse for which there are twelve rings the threegaited saddle horse with eight rings the fine harness horse with twelve rings the roadster with twelve rings and the heavy harness horse with three rings In addition there are premiumsfor miscellaneous classes of horses such as the run about horse and the plantation saddle horse There are classes for Shetland ponies and for ponies other than Shet lands of variant size to be shown under saddle and to harness Other Live Stock Very liberal provision is made for both mules and jack stock Eleven hundred dollars is offered for Shorthorn cattle five hundred dollars for Herefords six hundred and fifty for AberdeenAngus seven hundred dollars for Jerseys There are also classes for fat stock with such provi sions that any farmer who has a steer of any merit can find an excellent place to enter him Departments for swine and sheep include the most important breeds of such stock A large amount of money Is offered for poultry And a department has been added this year which should appeal particularly to farmers including as it does practically all classes of farm products grown in Kentucky The Womans Department carries a very excellent premium list There will be firstclass harness and running races practically every day of the Fair Among the former is a thou sanddollar stake for twoyearold trot ters which will be contest don Tues day August 10th the second day Daily Program The opening day Monday will be given over to automobile races which proved a most popular feature of last years falrV This year many of the most noted drivers from every section of tke country will compete On Tuesday morning jacks and jen nets and Hereford cattle will be shown and a number of lasses of sheep and hogs will be Judged in their pens Be- sIdes the racing ofTuesday afternoon there will be an excellent show program for variousjclasses of horses Wednesday mdrnlng will have the breeding classes for 3tandard bred horses the Jersey cattle and more sheep and swine Wednesday after noon will he devoted to inciutt and to other excellent show classes including the handsome Smith Watkins Co trOphI Thousand Dollar Stake On Thursday morning will come the breeding classes for American saddle horses the Shorthorn cattle and the fat stock And as a feature of Thurs day afternoons horse show will be the big Thousand Dollar Stake for five gaited saddle horses which should prove the best saddle ring ever seen in Kentucky Mules and AberdeenAngus cattle will hold the boards Friday morning with another excellent horseshow and racing in the afternoon Saturday the closing day will witness the greatest display of thorough bred horses ever seen in the world nearly ten thousand dollars being given in money and In seasons to help KILLTHECOUCHMiD IF 11 Dr Kings II New Disctvery fOR cOUCHS OLDS IOciOOTlai PBICE AND ALL TMROAT AND LUNG TSOU1L- EGUAftAWTEZD XOJBy1tDUXDED SLTISPACTOt- o rt l make the show On Saturday after noon comes the crowning show pro gram of the week wnen the champion ships in all the horse classes will be contested Taken as a whole this is the best and most Complete how xogran ever offered bt fai tee out Onr Jii s tyslef As in previous year the one Judge system will be used fcj alj clashes save the championships for horses when three judges chosen from the regular list of horse judges ifthe fair will be used in each class The catalog of the Blue Grass Fair is well worthy of careful inspection Thousands of copies have been mailed all over Kentucky and other states but anyone who has not received a copy and who desires one will secure same promptly upon request to Secre tary Jouett Shouse at Lexington Lvingston and Wildie base ball teams wilt play at Livingston tomorrow Saturday afternoon Lechleiter Broche the restau Taint people will give a nice cake to the winning team A BUSINESS PARABLE Once a farmer had 1800 bushels of wheat which he sold not to a single grain merchant but to i 800 different persons a bushel to each A few of them paid him cash but by far the greater number said it was not conven ient then they would pay him later A few months passed and the mans bank account ran low How is this be saidU My i 800 bushels of grain should have kept me in affluence until another crop is raised but I have parted with the grain and have only a vast number of accounts instead so small and scattered that I can not get around and collect fast enough to pay expenses So he posted up a public notice and askedaU those who owed him to pay quickly But few came The rest said Mine is only a small matter and I will go and pay some of these days forgetting that though each account was very small when all were put together they meant a large sum to the man Things went on thus and the man got to feeling so bad that he fell out of bed and awoke and run ning to his gianery found his 1800 bushels of grain still there He had only been dreaming Mora The next day the man went to the publisher and said Here sir is the pay tor your paper and when next years subscription is due you can depend on me to pay promptly I stood iu the position of an editor last night and know how it feels to have ones honestly earned money scattered all over the country in accounts KENTUCKY FAIR DATES Bluegrass Fair Lexington August 96 days- Taylorsville August 104 days Uniontown August 105 days Harrodsburg August 123 days Leitchfield August i74 days Barboursville August 183 days BKODHEAD August 183 days Shephergdsville AugI83 days Ewing Aug 93 days Shelbyville Aug245 days Elizabethtown Aug 243 days Springfield Aug 254 days London Aug 25 4 days Florence Aug 253 days Frankford Aug 313 days Hardinsburg Aug 313 days Nicholasville Aug 314 days Tompkinsville Sept 15 days Fern Creek Sept 14 days Brdstown Sept Iidays Hodgenville Sept 73 days Monticello Sept 74 days Glasgow Sept84 days Sanders Sept 8 4 days KENTUCKY STATE FAIR LOUISVILLE SEPT 136 days Scottsville Sept 163 days Bedford October 12 days Mount Vernon Monumental- WORKS 11M andlDEALER Granite Monuments of all kinds Estimates furnished on application GEOOWENS Propr OAarrOBIA Qtl l L r =Geti the well dressedcircleW ar Schwab ClotheS I STOP 1 LOOK LISTEN I NOW is a mighty good time to buy that Suit and FiSHSI-sa mighty good place to buy it We are CLOSING OUT EVERTHPG V IN l Mens I Boysand CMfdrens Summer con es A- TReduced Prices t To make room for our Fallstock WE ARE SELLING MENS 1000 Suits for 700 1200 Suits for 1000 1500 Suits for 1200 If BOYS t 500 Suits for 375i 400 Suits for 300 ft f COME EARLY v While we have your size i THESE PRICES ARE STRICTLY CASH PRICES n J FISH MTVERNONSLEADINCCLOTHIERALL PHONE 77 There Are Lots of Good Shoes but STAR BRAND SHOES ARE BETTER t iftit 2f II 1IjThat L Lame Back Means d 1 I r Kidney Disease I And to Relieve the Lame and Aching Back f You Must First Relieve the Kidneys thatIconiIt is only common sense any way that you must cure a condition contare not by any means the only symptoms of derangement of the kidneys and bladder There are a multitude of wellknown and un mistakable indications of a more or less dangerous condition Some of these are for instance Extreme and unnatural lassitude and wean ness nervous irritability heart ir regularity nerves on edge sleep lessness and inability to secure J rest scalding sensation and sediment In the urine inflammation of the bladder and passages etc DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills are an exceptionally meritori ous remedy for any and all affections or diseased conditions of these organs These Pills operate directly and promptly and their beneficial results are at once felt They regulate purify and effec tually heal and restore the kid neys bladder and liver to perfect and healthy condition even in some of the most advanced cases Sold by CHAS C DAVIS COMMISSIONERS SALE i A E Albright Adm of A H Evans decceased Plffs vs- Nathan Evans Reullare Evans Coultou Thomas Cculton Elizabeth Des granges Peter Desgran ges Mollie V Johnson Johu T Johnson Anna E Miller Edna May Ev ans Lucinda Evans J T Cherry Granville Owes s W H Sowder J WTate and C C Williams Defts By virture of a judgement and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court rendered at the June term thereof 1908 I shall pro ceed to offer for sale at the front door of the court house in Mt Vernon Rockcastle county Ken tucky to the highest and best bidder at public auction on Mon day the 23rd day of August 1909 between the hours of 9 oclock a m and 4 oclock p m being regular county court day on a credit of six months the two follow ing tiacts of land located in Rockcastle county Kentucky and bounded as follows FIRST TRACT The first tract is located in Brodhead Kentucky and bounded as follows On the North by the lands of John Flynn on the East by the lands of Mary Albringt on the South by the A H Evans Home stead and on the West by the Louisville and Nashville Railroad right of way- SECOND TRACT The second tract is located in Rockcastle county Kentucky on the Long Branch and bounded as follows Beginning at four beeches in a small beech bottom on the East side of Long Branch about one half mile above its moutb the beginning corner of the patent for 484 acres thence by the patent N 17 E 64 polas to a stake with a hickory pointer in a cliff thence N 10 W 26 poles to a stake in R W Prices line thence with this line S 70 W 10 poles to two black oaks with pointers on a ridge the nce N io3 W 11734 poles to a chestnut oak on top of a ridge thence N 10 E 72 poles to a spring thence E 16 poles to a pine and white oak coiner to R P dud W M Grahams 400 acre survey thence their line N 49 W 63 poles to a maple and white oak thence N 6 E 59 poles to a gum and pine thence N i W 53 poles to a hickory and fallen chestnut oak on ridge just west f a path thence N 64 W 87 poles to a piue at the head of a hollow thence down the hollow- S SIW 43 poles to a white oak and beech on the North bank of John Griffins Coal Bank Branch thence down said branch S 26 W 68 poles to a hickory and popular saplin with pointers close on the bank of said branch with an ash aud beech marked in additicn thence S 25 W 7 poles to a thence W 86 poles to two beeches one on each side of Long Branch and in line of Marets 3000 acre surves thrnce S 14 E ai 62 poles across Long Branch at 156 poles across it again at 184 poles pass one pole East of branch marked right for Marets corner in all 244 poles to a beech and white oak Maaets beginning corner to said 3000 acres about 3Jpoles East of said branch alsp corner to John Griffins 100 acre survey thence with Griffins line N 14 W 214 poles to a white oak being over Long Branch on East Bank of same thence S 8834 E 3j poles to a white oak and breech on both sides of the branch near John Griffins coal bank thence S 2 I W 25 poles to a beech aiid lallen white oak thence 821 W 25 poles to a beech and fallen white oak thence S 29 E 40 poles tp a poplar and white oak thence S 5254 E 30 810 poles to a white oak about three poles South from the bronch thence S 13 E 420 pales tthe beginning containing 390 acres more or less E G DeWitt Co Chicago Ill want every man and woman who have the least suspicion that they are afflicted with kidney and bladder diseases to at once write them and a trial box of these Pills will be sent freQ by return mail postpaid v For the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond with approved surety bearing interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect ofajudgement Bidder must be prepared to comply with these terms G S GRIFFIN Master Com Rockcastle Circuit Court COMMISSION Ens SALE ROCKCASTIB CIRCUIT COURT R L McFerron Plaintiff Vs t4E Houk Guard ain of Mary Houk and Allie Lee Houk Defendants By virture of a judgement and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court rendered at the June term thereof 1909 I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the court house in Mt Vernon Rockcastle County Kentucky to the highest and best bidder at public auction on Monday the 23 day of August gog between theI hours of 9 oclock a m 4 oclock p m being regular county court day on a credit of six months the tract of land in which the defendants own a twoseventh interest of onefifth of same is hounded as follows On the north by Old Main Street the lands of W A B Davis and M J Miller deceased on the east by the lands of W T Davis M L Myers Mrs Anne Poynter and Mrs Anne Fish on the south by the lands of R L Mc Ferron andon the west by Skeggs Creek county road the lands of M J Miller deceased and W A B Davis and contains nine and threefourth acres more or less which tract of land is located in Mt Vernon Rockcastle county KentuckyFor purchase price the pur chaser must execute bond with ape proved surety bearing interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgement Bidder must be pre pared to comply with these terms G S GRIFFIN Master Com Rockcastle Circuit Court WASHINGTONS PLAGUE SPOTS lie in the low marshy bottoms of the lotojcnac the breeding ground of malaria germs These germs aguebiliousnessweakness and general debility and bring suffering or death to thousands yearly But Electric Bitters never fail to destroy them and cure malaria troubles They are the best allaround tonic and cure for malaria I ever used writes R M James of Louellen S C They cure Stomach Liver Kidney and Blood Troubles and will prevent Typhoid Try them 50C Guaranteed by Chas C Davis G A STo 3EI iak BWtheaY TWAS A GLORIOUS VICTORY Theres rejoicing in Fedora Tenn A mans life has been saved aud now Dr Kings New Discovery is the talk of the town for curing C V Pepper of deadly lung hemprrages I could not work or get about he writes and the doctors did me no good but after using Dr Kings New Discovery three weeks I feel like a i ew man and can do good work again For weak sore or diseased lungs Coughs andColds Hemorrhages Hay Fever La Grippe Asthma or any Bronchial it stands unrivaled Price 5oc and 100 3Prjal bottle free Sold and guaranteed by Chas C Davis y COI I PSYCHOLOGY AND AJESTFRJ Psychology is an interesting studyM sagely remarked a man who keepi up with popular pun suits The queer cranks ones brains will take from mere habit and wihouf reason lead to numerous incidents Students of psychology all over the countn are continually recording such like incidents that come within their notice and mine of them have gath red in some fine ones Ore that recently came to my notice grew out of the attempt of al erpentratela friends and we seated ourselves on the long grass on Georges Hill to enjoy a bit of rest and take in a gbid view ofthe city We hadnt bseu there long before another party of men and women came along and sat down near us As we occuped the greater part of the shady place a couple from the other group were obliged to sit down rather in the sun They had just comfortably arranged themselves and raised an umbrella for pro tection when the humorist in our group gave us a wink and then bending forward said in a low but authtntative tone Put down that umbrella The man closed it immediately and looked around in some embarrassment tor an ex planation He soon concluded that the joke was on him for our humorist turned out to be one of his own friends However the story illustrates how mechanically the mind acts at timesPhila delphia Record JfI iCOTTS EMULSION stops loss of flesh in babies andchildren and In adults in summer as well as winter Some people have gained pound day while taking it Take it in a little bold water or milk Get a small bottle now All Druggists THE STANDARD OFTHE WORLD tiLUS William George Thomas and Oscar Hood and their Bitter Mrs Mike Pitmati were guests or the r sister Mrs Ada Pitmou Sunday Corn crops are good in these parts and wheat crops were splendid Mr A Baker threshed 100 bushels of wheat and 40 bushels of rye last weekIt is reported that Mr W M Childers age 21 and Miss Susie Moore age 17 were mairied Sunday Mr W P Hood is pushing his tie business He has bough timb er enough for five hundred or one thousand ties and wants to get them on the market in two we- ekswI1ITEs Cream Vermifuge THE WORMREMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC or IMITATION THE BallardSnow Liniment Co- ST LOUIS MO Are DoctorsAny Good Foolish question Yet some people act as if a medicine could take the place of a doctor The best medicine in the world cannot do this Have a family doctor consult him frequently trust him fully If we did not believe I doctors endorsed Ayers Cherry Pectoral for coughs and- colds we woulqnot offer it to you Ask your doctor No alcohol in this cough medicine C Ayer Co Lowell Mass Ifwedid not believe doctors endorsed Ayer sPills for constipation biliousness sick headache we would not offer them to you Ask your own doctor about this b 30 3CC33S TAKE NOTICE Beginning Saturday 17th our flour v ing mill will start and will run every day in the week unless unavoidably hindered in which event the public will receive notice Try our Meal Flour and Shipstuft and see if in is not equal to anything on market i We exchange flour for wheat 87 1pounds good flour for 1 bushel wheat If you wrnt your corn ground bring it to us we can please you you want the best ShiP tUfi send to us IIf Yours very truly 4iJ H HAMLIN Propr j MT VERNON ROLLER MILLS J MT VBRNON KENTUCKY tiff UNDERTAKES Il IIisHearse sent to all parts of In the County All Orders by Wire Promptly Filled W11COX Phone 94S MT VERNON KY xcxConvenience of the Savings Account persons keep their money here as a permanent in iMany because the risk of loaning to individuals is avoid investment you can compute the net returns accu Small amounts may be added at any time A savings account offers a profitable means to realize on funds that ate idle awaiting investment You may withdraw a part pr the tentire amount at any tithe With adetermination to save you t f are always welcome here Why pot lend your inqnfcy to the bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts as you can save from timeto time We wilTpayvvtiia regji J lar rate of interest on your money Well e pliietai1 if j you will call at the bank X THE BANK QF MTVVE RlNGN INCORPORATED QMT VERNON KENTUCKY rL3x f 10 Nib J 1 QUAIL I The pro racted meeting began at Providence Sunday night con ducted Sunday night by Rev son of Indiana There are largeI crjwds each night John A Craig is numbered among the sick John Scott who had a severe case of typhoid fever remains in a very serious conditionMrs Laura Proctor of Mt Vernon is spend ing a few days the guest oi ber uncle Mr David ProctorMiss Annie Parson and nephew Rice Walton of Livingston visited relatives in this section the past week IThomas Griffin who served three Co C A U S Army returned home Thursday last Luther Owens will erect a new dwelling in the near future Jacob Elder of Brodhead was in this section SaturdayG W Parson contemplates taking a trip to Oklahoma this fall Tnomas Todd continues about as usual H P Davis has returned from BluegeassMrs George Walker of Bertha Ky visited her parents H P Davis the past week She left Sunday for Lincoln Neb there to join her husband Miss Nannie Herrin of Bertha is spending a few days with her cousins Misses Mary Proctor and Rissie Herrin On Friday July 30th at early dawn the spirit of Ransom Brown Sr took its flight to the God who gave it He was in very good health until last Saturday night a week ago when he was stricken with that most terrible disease paralysis He remained un consious until the end came He was a man of good moral character and was loved by all who knew him He was 66 years of age and leaves a wifeand eight children besides a host of relatives and friends to mourn the loss of a devoted husband father and brotherAfter funeral services conducted by Rev John Elder the remains were quietly laid away to rest in the Providence burrying ground to await the call of the last great day OA SIJI o n ABean Alwas of thed1 7 THE CR1EM Of liJiENESS Idleness means trouble for any lazyliverheadache jaundice sallow complexion pimples and blotches loss of appetite nausea but Dr Kings New Life Pills soon banish liver troubles and build up your health 25c t Chas C Davis M U MYERS D ntist At Residence on Old Street MainI MT VERNON KY Will be in office at Livingston every Monday Work guaranteed R W DYCHE DENTIST MT VERNON KY Office at residence on Main Tt Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty Work guaranteed jrodhead Marble Work BRODHEAD Y Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence D B ALBRIGHT Manager C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY oIstreetSpecialattention given collections Phone No 80ir 3 C MeGLARY UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER I Stanford Ky i S 5S5 55 S w- 1CASTORIA The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has in use for over 30 years has borne the beenI9 and has been made under his 4r sonal supervision since its I Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health oiT Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria 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 WonnsIand allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoaa Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep J j The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend 4 GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of 10 I The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years xr3 I PRICES CUT M ON I Ladies Gents and Childrens Lw Shoes J Must go regardless of Cost Donl fail to see our line defore you buy J McKENZIE SON Phone 93 33c cbEcJ J C ne fl You 1fio Wrong WHEN YOU 60 TO A C Hiatts Store I I He has on of the most comst comple iines of goods that ever brought to a country store Also bADIBS T IMM == HATS Bring your produce and get the highes market price ABC HIATT HIATT KENTUCKY a n Worn Women Women worn and tired from overwork need a tonic That eeltag of weakness or helplessness will not leave you of itself You should take Wine of Cardui that effectual remedy for the ailments and weaknesses of women Thousands of women have tried Cardui and write enthusiastically of the great benefit it has been to them Try itdont experiment use this reliable ofttried medicine ITAKE CAHDUI 1 TI 3 33 The Womans Tonic Mrs Rena Hare of Pierce iTa tried Cardui and afterFArji wrqte I was sufferer from all Sorts of female trouble had pain in my side and legs could not sleep had shortness of breath tryinCarduiTry CarduL Twill help you AT ALL DRUG STORES AJ34 oL