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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t yamPubfislied Every Fridayf inufli tnflfl IVOIJUMEXXIV MT VERNON ROCI CASTLE COUNT KY FRIDAY JULY T 1911 NUMBER 41 BRODHEAD Miss Florence Pennington o Livingston is visiting here Ho mer Walhn is at Cedar Creek for a few dayss John Robbins has been sick for the past weekMsss Angie Hunt of Maretburg visited Mrs Daisy Hunt first of the week Mrs Lester Hilton of Stanford visited hoinefolks last Monday Mr Egbert Wallin is very sick Chas Pike and wife lot Corbin are visiting his parents here Misses Clyde Watson and Mildred Robbins have returned home after a weeks visit in Girrard county Mr and Mrs 0 A Frith are rejoicing over theat rival of a six pound girlBIacK Durham is at home for a few das1ss Mattie Wilmott has returned home after a six weeks visit in Williamsburg Bane Carson was in Mt Vernon Tuesday Miss Edwina Ammer man of Williamsburg is visiting Miss Willie Benton Mrs Maude Sproule and child ren have returned to their home in Paris after visiting relatives here Misses Emma Pencil and Chris tine Sams visited in Pine Hill Sat urday and Sunday B rod head has become quite a shipping point for sheep several car loads having been shipped from here of late Miss Clyde Wilmott remains about the sameMiss Tempest Ward left Monday for Boston where she will teach school Cleve Brooks is at home from Harlan for a few da srMiss Catherine Cass who was visiting Mrs J J Albright t Lebanon Ky surprised her many friends by eloping with Mr J Molt Roberts last Monday morn ing to Jeffersonvile Ind whc e they were married The bride is the beautiful and accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs J R Cass of this place The groom is a son of Mrs Sallie Roberts of Gum Sulphur Ky and is a gentlemen SALE ON BENS SUITS ladies Skirts and Waists Com- pleteSLAUGMTRji Pricey Hewed Deeper Many taking vantage these prices you MENS SUITS 16 50 suits J2 98 J5 00u 11 98 I 12 00 dd 10 98 H5Q 898 aIr 7 98 750 V S 698 IIIfIfou are a Woman i You can surely find among our different styles shoe that is exactly the right shape Pattern and price to suit J nextongladid you i SELBY SHOES se to31Ot I o i u4L= of sterling qualities He has a good position with the railroad companyTheir friends are anx iojsly waiting to welcome them homeSBEAUTIFUL FREE BOOK Board of Trade of Asheville North Carolina Issues a Beautiful and Valuable Publication for Free Distribution It is a rare coincidence th any particular locality in the United States where the climatic is usually so pronounced shoud be favoied with a continuous rounds of sunshine aud refreshing days highabove the humid n sultry atmosphere characteristic ol the summer months in low sections and at the same time tree from the severe cord of winter At certain seasons the southern country is especially delightful but when the hot days come those who can afford it journey northward where again pleasant weather takes full sway for a brief time But iu the mountains ot Western North Carolina the people are doubly blessed for they have a charming climate the year around In winter it never gets too hot and the sun shines so regularly every day in the year that this country has been very appropriately denominated the Land of the Sky In the picturesque Blue Ridge Mountains of this remarkable Western North Carolina standing upon the topmost part of a stretch ing plateau that towers twenty two hundred feet above sea level is delightful Asheville the most popular all the year around resort in the land of perpetual good weather Thousands of people flock that way every month in the year for every month has a charm all its own unsurpassed any where in the nation In July and August Asheville enjoys the cool invigorating atI mospuere of the north but totally lacks that humidity which is so disagreeable elsewhere In fact Ashevilie has no equal when comes to pure hllaratiiJgair every day in the year Asheville is a modern metropolitan center composed of people ofa sociable and cosmopolitau type and has a population of 30f ooj Elegautly equipped hotels ranking favorably with the best in the country have materially helped to make Asheville the lead ing year around resort on this continentThe of Trade has just issued a beautiful booklet profusely illustrated with pictures of the numerous hotels points of interest and picturesque scenss combined with a well written sketch of the laud of the sky including hotel rates and much other valuable information that should be in the hands of every tourist A postal card addressed to Mr N Buckner Secretary Asheville North Carolina will briug you one of those artIstic publications free of charge KILL MORE THAN WILD BEASTS The number of people killed yearly by wild beasts dont ap proach the vast number killed by diseasegerm No life is safe from their attacks Theyre in air watI er dust even food but grand pro teci ion is afforded by Ecleatric Bit ters which destroy and expel these deadl disease germs from the sys tem Thats why chills fever and ague all malaria and many blood diseases yield promptly to this wonderful blood purifier Try them and enjoy the glorious health and new strength theyll give vou Money back if not satisfied Only soc at Chas C Davis drugstore Children Ciy FOR FLETC- HERSCASTOR f A C GS YdK Have Grown to a People are ad of why notK ld d a leather it diversity u LADIES WAIST 2 50 Waist 198 2dOH 179 175 l 1 59 J50 ll 119 39c50cPure Silk- HOSE with linen heel and toe SUe and 1 x j k WHAT KESTUJKy Nh Fewer dogs and more sheep Fewer barrcnm atUloregood schools Fewer scrub cattlejsand more g nd ones f Fewer political hacksLandmores statesmen + r Fewer poodle coddlersand more mothers Fewer cagarette Jersandcleaner thoughts J Fewer men who seek and i more men whom th e pce seeks Fewer loafers around stores and street corners taverns and barrooms and goods bpx Nliitlers and more winners v Fever dance hall damsels aid dudes and more virtue and inan hood q Fewer knockers and jgrurablei s and more who are read yjo lend a helping dand eitbekpush or pull to make the Commonwealth better NOTICE Our Teachers 1istitute will be gin July 24 with Prof lAShar on as instructor All teachers should be present at the openings ssion for I expect to try to com ply with the law and you all know what that means The tact that the train does not run South until near noon is not a sufficient reason for your being absent Monday morning come Sunday There will be a meeting of the County Board of Education July itjlh Yourstruiy J W KINCER ess PARSONS POEM A GEM From Rev H Stubenvoll Alli youve tried in vain USE DR KINGS And he well again Only 2zcli at C Davis SPRTS j 750rte Skirts 5 49 7 pp H 525c 650 4 98 5 50 fl 4 75 r 5 00 ll D 375 400 ll 2 75 3 50 ii 2 69 SHpES FOR yIHE SHORT OR TALL GIRL Low heds for The tall gul h bee1SJrleshort gtrl either SUTTON iMclEE t iqi dfi EtoS office bread KingsI Chas wayall SELBY SHOES 2 to 350 xj Jf t MGHIARY HEkD- STHENOMINEES Barksdale Hamlett Wins Su perintendency Education GARNETT ATTORNEY GENERAL Senator Paynter Received Large Com plimentary Vote in Spite of His Withdrawal from the RaceClose- for Lieutenant Governorship and Auditor The Democratic state ticket is con ceded to be as follows United States Senator Ollie M James Mario- nGovernorJames B McCreary Rich mond Lieutenant Governor E T McDer mott Louisville TreasurerThomas R Rhea Rus sellville AuditorHenry M Bosworth Lex ington Secretary of StateC F Crecelious FalmouthSuperintendent of Public Instruc tion Barksdale Hamlett Hopkins yuleAttorneyGeneralJames Garnett Columbia Commissioner of Agriculture J W Newman Versailles Clerk of the Court of AppealsRob- ert L Greene Frankfort JAMES B McCREARY Louisville =Foster United State Senator James B McCreary of Madison pounty won the Democratic nomi nation for governor defeating Wil liam Addams of Harrison county McCreary carried nine congression al districts including Addamss own leaving the Harrison county man wit a majority in but two districts Incomplete returns indicate the nomination of those named above But one contest is in doubt and an other questioned The nomination for auditor is in doubt and the victory of E J McDermott for lieutenant governor is questioned Henry Bosworth of Lexington will likely get the nomination for auditor as he gains with the reports from ev BARKSDALE HAMLETT Democratic Nominee for Superintend- cy of Public Instruction ery county in the Tenth and Eleventh districts Some Votes For Paynter Scnsiicr Thos H Paynter of Green up who was a candidate for the nomi nation for senator withdrew from the race several days ago but his name had been printed on the ballot and he received a scattering vote McDermott Gaining As for McDermott his majority is gaining with the report of the result from each mountain county strength was in the rural districts HisI Hunnewell KanMrs Ella Wilson reIeffect that if any of her councilmen refuse to attend a meeting duly call ed she Is to arrest them and place them en bond to appear at meetings Three Thousand Strike Manchester More than 3000 men employed on the ship canal and the steamers lying there have gone on strike Several vessels are tied up in the canal CthildrenCryFORFLETCHERS CASXOR A h EstablishedIS87 BROWN MEMORIAL INDUSTRIALfy SCHOOL WILL OPEN THE SECOND WEDNESDAY IN SEPTEMBER Langdon Dormitory already one of the most attractive Homes to be found in any school is to be enlarged so as to accommodate forty boarding pupils This dormitory furnishes a safe home for girls under the best Christian infl encesjoThe school stands for earnest thorough work and strong Christian character A strong corps of teachers who have had the best college and professional training are entrusted with the work of instruction Miss Dodson will again have charge of the Department of Mu sic Her work needs no recommendation to the people of Mt Ver non Miss Marion D Oskamp from the Domestic Science Training School connected with the University of Cincinnati will have charge of Domestic Science Industrial training in this depart ment is an important part of a girls education and is a marked feature of the institution Announcement as to other members of the faculty will be ready soon Work on the addition to the dormitory will be begun as soon as plans land specifications can be agreed upon and will be pushed as rapidly as possible All applications for admission should be in the hands of the Principal by July 15th Girls who were in school last year and who expect to return should make definite arrangements at once as no place will be re fistsapplyTerms are as follows Board find Tuition in Lang don Dormitory 100 per year Tuition in High School 325 per Mo cf H Grades 250cc u Kindergarten 200 Hl C Music 8200 per year 8 mo A few scholarships are available but only to those who need and r deserve them and apply in time Arrangement will be made to provide stable room at reasonable rate for horses of those who ride in from the country The Principal will be at Langdon Dormitory during July and will be glad to see any who who wish to investigate the claims of the school to be the best place to send the girls of Rockcastle and adjoining counties If you can not come to Mt Vernon ask those who know all out our work and if Brown Memorial Industrial School appeals tovou as one worthy of your patronage address forinformation and for application blanks Miss ROSE McCORD Principal Mt VernCinK J F1 Right in your busiest season when you have the least time to spare you are most likely to take diarrhoea troubles and lose several days time unless you have Cham herlains Cholic Cholera and Diarr hoea Remedy at hand and take a dose on the first appearance of the DaIVIS to HAPPIEST GIRL IN LINCOLN Lincoln Neb girl writes Ihadt been ailing for some time with chronic and stomache trouble I began taking Chamber = lains Stomache and Liver Tablets and in three days I was able to be up and got better right along I am the proudest girl in Lincoln to find such a good medcine For sal by Chas C Davis ALLOUTDOORS INVITES YOUR KODAK i XI 200 6500 constipation t ASK FOR CATALOG Kodak means progressive pleasure the pleasure of tak Iing them the pictures plus the greater pleasure of possessing CHAS r C r DAVIS WLEADING DRUGGIST Phone 39 MT VERNON KY 3E3rJ 33rDELPHI WEBB Real Estate Town and Farm Property Bought Sold If you want to buy a home in town or a rood farm call end tee our list List your property with us for sale Office in Masonic Buildilg pELPH WEBBS July 62m LIVINGSTON KY 33 IWc MT VERNON SIGNAL II IFRIDAY July 191- 1Fublisd every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR Ioo Rdverlisin8 rates made known on- afflicatwn MEMBER OF r KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION TIDEMOCRATIC TICK For United States Senator JAILSxt For Governor JAMES B McCREARY c For LieutenantGovernor EDWARD J McDERMOTT For AttorneyGeneral JAMES S GARNETT For Auditor HENRY BOSWORTH For State Treasurer THOMAS G RHEA For secretary of State C F CRECELIUS For Supt of Public Instruction BARKSDALE HAM LETT For Commissioner of Agriculture J W NEWMAN For Clerk of Conrt of Appeals ROBERT L GREENE IMPORTANT ELECTION Every man woman and child should be deeply interested in the election of School Trustees throughout Rockcastle county on Saturday the 5th day of August The kind of Trustees selected will test the real interest the parents have in the advancement ot our schools and how carefully they watch over the education of their children The welfare of the pupils the imorovement of the fame ly the growth and prosperity of the county and state are all direct ly involved in the building up of tbi district schools Hence it is of the gravest importance that earnest brave and public spirited men be chosen on that day men who want to do vital service for their community men with strong hearts and who can and will say Give us better teachers that our children may be better trained bet1 ter and more comfortable school- housest where our children can feel happy and respectable We have been niggerly with our money and time out the hour is hand when the people are waking up to the absolute necessity of working harder and giving more liberally toward the education of our boys and girls lL VI 1 Zvk I lVt J i t Noman should be too busy in store on his farm in his office bI at his trade to help improve the community in which he lives The great difficulty is the indigerence of the parents the lack of prcper realization of the duty and obliga tion they owe to their offspring So remember the election f School Trustees on Saturday the tbe1bestrun for this important office and then with enthusiasm work for his election Rally to the support of the schools and with enthusiasm strive earnestly to advance this great cause which is getting near er and nearer to the hearts of us all ONE of the most important elk tions confronting the people of Kentucky in a decade will he that of next November There are problems of the utmost importance that must be solved by the next Legislature and the State Adminis tration and every Democratic voter should lay aside his personal feeling and work for the bes interest of the Commonwealth by help ng to elect the splendid ticket that has been chosen in the primary Let party factions and party hick erings be relegated to the rear and the success of those who will be the standardbearers of the party of the people be paramount for they are worthy to be trusted and the confidence reposed in them will never be abused The most of them have been tried and never found wanting and recreant to the bestinterest of the people and those who have not held office heretofore have proven in the pri vate walks of life that the public interests will be conserved at their hands No ticket that can possi bly be nominated by the Republi cans can surpass the one chosen on last Saturday in competency and ability and if it receives the endorsement that it deserves in No vember then the reasonable hope may be indulged that the Common wealth will join the vanguard in the march of progress and keep abreast with her sister States by the elimination of the penal and charitable institutions from parti zan politics by a revision of her an tiquated tax system by the build ing of better roads and by all the muchneededand imperative reforms and policies that will be ben ficial to the whole people Let the accident of the Republican admin andIyour your to prevent such a thing at the Nd ember election Dahviile Advocate AT the head of our editorial col umn will be found the Democratic nominees for the various State offices nominated at last Suturdays primary A better selection could not have been made Read them over and see if they dont look like winners V VlVl t F KBNTUCKY POLI1ICS Wicchester News A primary held at the expense of candidates burs the pour man Candidates should be nominated in a State primary by all parties the same day at the expense of the State SaturIdayChristian county that the usual attention could not be given to the- Democratic primary election The farmers were head over heels m work many of them being in the midst of wheat threshing and for this reason the country vote was especially small Bowling Green TimesJournal Now that the State ticket has been nominated by a good majority lets all get to work to elect the n minees in November by one of- the biggest majorities ever given a State ticket in Kentucky The people are tired of Republican ru e and are anxious to place Kentucky again in the Democratic columr IV P Walton in Lexington Herald The former model Governor will demonstrate his capacityt- to do so again and Kentucky will atIleastDemocratic ticket to victory by at least as much majority as he beat his opponent in the primary and a brighter day will dawn for Our Old Kentucky Home There is more catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together and supI itfa iocal remedies and by constantly falling to cure with local treatment pronounced it inourable Science has proven catarrh to bea constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional takttilto a teaspoonful It acts directly surfacesisystem one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure Send for circulars and testimonias Address F J CHENEY Co Toledo Ohio Sold by Druggists 750 Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation FOR SALEA house of four rooms a good wella grape arbor a few peach and cherry trees On Old Main St back of Court house W T DAVIS Mt Vernon Ky JI1 fjA- JP Gqodbard- American dollars grow on the advertising tree THIS PAPER GETS AD RESULTS RESULTS BRING DOLLARS Copyright by WN U z IV vVL JV pj l SOME LEFT We still have some few articles in the list of bargains Aquoted last week left on our shelves We have made these prices in order to attractothers and those who take advantage are the ones who will be benefited Ladies Lowcuts and pumps in patent leather vicigun metal and velvet price cut onehalf Mens Shoes at prices fever before offered by this or A any other store in Mt Vernon V i All 100 Underwear goes for v 89c I Mens 125 Hats for T Vr 75c tJ i Mens 100U H 50c Best calico at 4 l2c ydt Ginghams 5c to lOc per yd Korean Silk in white and lavendar sale price SSccut to 19c Waist goods 30c values go at 17c per yd v J Pure white linen at 19c per yard We are offering rnyotherbargainsn t quoted in this list Come in and examme at these prices strict = g ly cash I fixCHAS By McKENZfEHv i KYf cir Y IiV f MOtts OID- MfAOWBROOK D 1 Th FARM dltMn rtff bugsIGoslings musthave free range The quickesOveiurns are from baby beef P7 Exercise is essential to the best growth of the foal You have some things to learn after you get an incubator The best time to cut the lambs tail and castrate islatdhe week old Calves make more gain with a given amount of food than does older stock Too much emphasis cannot be laid upon the use of cover crops in our orchards Giving water at irregular times is injurious not only to chicks but to old fowls It is seldom that the very early varieties of potatoes yield so well as those a little later Mans object in fruit growing is the production and Improvement of the edible portion of the fruit Good ventilation is essential but it should be so arranged that the cows shall not be exposed to a draught Everybody knows that In July weather cows gtvea larger amount of milk than in cold and wintry weather Build a good shed to shelter the tools It is doubtful if you can make 33 13 per cent profit in any other way There is a boat temperature for each individual lot of cream but this can be determined only by experi there any old trees In your orchard tiadng undesirable fruit Easy to graft good varieties upon them Keep on good terms with the ewes so that you can catch and handle them without causing undue disturb ante in the pens There Is no phase of the dairy bUSI ness that needs more study or more careful management than does the breeding of the cow As the time draws near for calving the cow should beput into a comfort able box stall hiving plenty of bed ding to keep her dry The open swill Barrel standing by the kitchen door is a direct Invitation to typhoid diphtheria and like dsenses to enter the home Ii When live stock prices drop it is al nays the man who knows how to make meat at the least cost per pound who realizes the largest profit When the fruit buds come very thick most people take it as a sign of a big yield but when fruit grows roo thickly it must necessarily be very small v If the udder becomes hard or shows a tendency to garget unsalted lard and give lttivlgoroous rubbing after which give the ewe a good dose of salts Skim milk which is whole milk minus part of Itsfat and which costs only half as much as whole milk furnishes protein about four times as cheaply as beef twWhen the cow ts comfortable and orlril11tgives when she has been uncomfort able and irritated Cherry rot i or brown rot affects allI stone fruits Including peach apricots etc It is by tar the most serious and baffling of cherrldls lases to the com mercial grower y Neyer feed hay or sweep or in any way stir up dust Just previous to milk ing time for thwlU contribute to the Introduction of bacteria which contaminates and Injures the quality of the milk In dipping pigs great care must ofhispatch as big as thumbnail Is left un touched it may contain the nucleus of a new crop At the time of mating If the ewes pasturoheat and take the ram quicker and this brings your lambs In a shorter time and the lambing is over with more quickly than If they come along In say two or theJnOnthaI FOR SALE fA pure bread bull calf short horn solid red 5 months old One mile west of Maretburg church J F LEWIS June 2331 POSTED Any one guiitjKpf trespassing on my property will be prosecuted to the full J extent of the law MRS VlAaAtA JO ES 2244m MtVernoD Ky i VS 1n V u 1l11 17 r abfcae i r I LADIES i W SPRING house cleanii g time Is here No doubt W you wish to cheer up your rooms with a few W pieces of New Furniture brighten up the old walls with New Paper and the floors with New Rugs O I INVITE YOUf 44 to call and look throughmy stock from beginning to endand see the great bargains I have for you The g assortment is the largest and most complete and the prices the lowest that I have ever maderA urge Shipment of Rugs Car ipets and Mattings Just Arrived t SBMcKENZIEi THE FURNITURE MAN I Phone 113 MT VERNON KY JI CASTOR IA 4 For Infants and Ohil renJThe Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the 0 IIySignature of L W T FRANCIS r Dentist Mt Vernon Ky Home and office in the late residence Dr Myers formerly occupied on Old Main St Mt Vernon C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY i OFFICE On 2nd floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to collections Phone No Sn- UNDERTAKER 3 C McCLitR and EMBALMED Stanford Kv ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce G M BALLAkD as a candidate for Repre sentative of Rockcastle and Laurel coun ties subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce RG- WELt as a candidate for Representative of Rockcastle and Laurel counties sub ject to the action of theRepublican par ty We are authorized to announce K B Thompson as a candidate for Representa tive of Rockcastle and Laurel counties subject to the action of the Republican party Makes Home Baking Ea- syROY4 mitmf KIMel- POWDER Ab8olutelyPureTlte GrapmOrmamjof IIALULlMEPltlSPllATE o f VC3XjGRANVILLE OWENS I UNDERTAKER 0I I IBrod head Ky I I i Just Received anew line of Silk Ribbon aid Marqviselle Naistst Comein and at Them SAUNDERSCRAB ORCHARD IIItFA Let the good Dame dl yourbusiness advertising door When you keep your business secret you are locking Mme Fortune out See today about our ad rates CopyrlgU NI1J HIS FIELD IS The same Cupid that offlclatw the parlor doer bualneis the kitchen COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail or Telephone orders Promptly Filled X w Take a Look L KY a us t 7 W UNLIMITED IB rin Telegraph WANT A FARM I- 4 It you do it will pay you to write rrus We have a great many desira ble farms of fertile productive soil located throughout Central and NorthCentral Kentucky in size from the smallest to the largest with corresponding prices Grog pikes splendid schools desirable l neighbors convenient to railroad facilities and well improved blue grass lands Several exchanges Write us the kind of farm you want and we will send list Central Kentucky Real Estate Company L BAN0NYJu- ne 3o4t PNEUMONIA andveryhardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes My doctor could nothelp me but I was completely cured by DR KINGS DiscoveryMrs 50e AND 100 AT ALL DRUGGISTS I I i v S4 LI MT VERN NtSNAL MQ VBNONIKYJulv 7 Ill 79 Coil Lip No79 wher you wantto Commtizi- Icte wttb SIGNAL 791 6 RR Co TIME TA E 22 north 455 P m 24 north 352 a m 23 south 1144 am 21 South 1219 a m TASLANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secondclass mail matt- er1PEILSQNAii Conn Brown was in Louisville WednesdayA celebrated the 4th in IndianapolisMr Casper Adams are here from Corbiri Mr and Mrs Wm Owens were in from Burr Wednesday Miss Nola Jones spent the 4th with per mother at Winchester Victor Tate was in Corbiu Tues day playing with the Williamsburg bandAubrey Martin is in Corbin this weekwith his sister Mrs Elmer Houk Mr and Mrs Mullins and child ren are visiting relatives at Clinch port Va Floyd and Robert Harry Miller are home 4from Colorado for the summer Wm Muilins is put titJl dowo new concrete walk Jn front of his property Mrs Black of the Quail section wasthe guest last week of Mrs S Riddell fiss Georgia McFerron of Breezy Hill is the guest of Mr- sEBCox Miss Ida May Adams expects to open a boys school in Mt Vernon in September W JI and tRA Sparks andS B McKenzie are in BarboursVille attending court Rock1Mrs WmFrencbof the castle Rivers ction has been very sick b ut is improving W H Fish the popular young Gents Furnishing man was in London Tuesday the 4th Mrs Al Holmes and Miss Bessie Holmes are here from Crab Orchard the guest of Mrs W M Poynter Miss Lola Hansel is here from Bedford Ind the guest ort her aunt Miss Ola Hansel near town 4MissEstel1 Adams of Berea was the pleasapt guest of Miss Virginia Davis Saturday and Sun day week Mrs R E Thompson and daughter Miss Tanna are with Mrs Thompsons mother Mrs W M PoynterMisses Williams and Ella Francis with I C West and Frank McClellan were in Crab Orchard during the week Frank Hill the efficient manager of Kentucky Freestone Co store at Laugfprd returned Wednesday from a short visit in Virginia Rev George S Watson will re turn tonight from a three weeks visit in Kansas and Ohio He will preach at the Presbyterian church Sunday Mr and Mrs Chas Forrester son Charles and daughter Miss Ruth of Knoxville were guests ot Mr and Mrs R B Mullins this w ek Judge I W Bethurum is mak i ing an tivefigbt for the Republic n ndrrifnlation for Auditor and is co fideiitihat he will win witfi hands down Mis wiH Forbes and two lit tle sons Edward and Willie will leave toinoriow for Detroit where she lias two sons and one daughter to spend the summer and probably to make her futureJiome providing JtfrrFotbes decides to leave Pent sylvanja and locate at Detroit Miss Claudia vDodson the efficient music teacher of the Brown I MemoriaUelt Wednesday morning fother home at Tell City Ind MissDodson is decidedly toe best imusic teacher we have ever had and we are glad to announce that she will return to Mt Vernon vrtbe last ot August or first of it 4 vi t Ti = Mr JW VanWinkle spent sev e aldeys this Week inBeea t Bforve Bjivnnn of the Hiatt section was reported sick Monday Miss Allie Dyclfe of London is the guest of Di and Mrs R W Dyche Hermon Frith John and Walter Robins were up from Brodhead yesterdayMr Mrs J Fish and little son Jack were with relatives near Wildie SundayrMr and Mrs Jones Proctor of Conway have been the guests of Mr and Mrs S B Ramsey Mrs R W Dyche entertained a party of the younger set Wed nesday night in honor of Misses Allie Dychebf London and Ruth Forester of Chattanooga Delight ful refreshments were served and all reported a grand time LOCAL Cash rings loud at Fishs June July Cieanupsale Wunderhose are sold and guaran teed by J Fish Ask to see them Miss Pearl Bullen a daughter of J C Bullen of Wildie and Tom Wolf of the same community remarried yesterday at the home of the bride Mrs M B Salin entertained her Sunda school class on the beauti ful lawn at the home of Dr A G Lovell Monday evening Ices and cake were served Miss Leila Mae Lovell the assistant teacher assisted Mrs Salin in the enter tainment The Willing Workers of the Christian church are having hard wood floors laid expect to put in new pews and make manv othei improvements Theladiesare the ones who can always be counted on to do most that is done foi the churches FOR SALROne twelve horsepower boiler and engine one set ol 24 inch French Burrs onO corn crusher will crush 25 bushels per hour one shingle machine one spoke and handle rig All in good repair Will sell cheap J W PARSON July 541 MtVernop icy At the hospitable country home of Mr and Mrs F M Tread way the Fourth was celebrated in a most glorious manner There were 52 present including all of Mr and Mrs Tread ways children and grand children and forty six partook of the most delightful and bounteous dinner which had been prepared Everyone thoroughly enjoyed the day and especially was it an enjoyable occasion for the host and hostess Bynum Carter a brother of Conductor Walter Carter was horribly mangled by a train at Rowland Saturday from the effects of which be died one hour later He belonged to the regular army had recently returned from the Pbillipines and had come home on a furlough to visit his mother who lives at Rowland Having Com pleted his visit was preparfngto return to his posU67 duty When this train rwhich his brother Walter was conductor pulled into Rowland he climed on the head end and started to walk tack to the caboose to tell his brother goodbye while the train was in motion losing his balance in some way he fell between the cars the engine and several cars passing over him It was a most horrible and pitiful sight t TO THE REPUBLICANS OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY In obedience to the call of the Republican State Central Commit tee of Kentucky and the rules gov erning the Republican organization the Republican voters of Rockcas tIe county are hereby called to meet in mass Conventipn at the Coutt House at Mt Vernon Ky Ion Saturday July 8th iQiiat i oclock PM standard time for the purpose of selecting delegates to attend the Republican State Con vention which will convene in the city of Lonisville Ky Tuesday July nth 1911 atM23o P M the said State Convention being called for the purpose of nominating can didates for Governor Lieutenant Governor Attorney General Au ditor Treasurer Secretary of Staie Superintendent of PUDJiC Instruc tion Commissioner of Agriculture Labor and Statistics and Clerk of the Court ot Appeals to be voted for at the November election 191 Very respectfully UG BAEZR Cami A G LovnI4 Secv i = = tYou are not to late to save oiqis t Fishs June July Lleanup sale will continue awhile longer We understand the Holy Rollers are coming to townto hold a meeting soon Our takIifearful he and Mart Hix are suffering with the same disease Civil Engineer Mitchell is now at work on the profile for the new pike and it is stated positively that the work of construction will be begun not later than August Mrs Eishback and Mrs E R Gentry will have places in the Graded Schoal There are yet two places to fill which will be acted upon at the next meeting of the board We understand that U G Bak er will purchase the store room now being constructed by Fritz Krueger which will give Mr Bak er a large floor space and in wbicu he expects to open a much larger and more complete stock of goods than he has ever carried before Couducctor Satlei field while iu charge of an excursion was at tacked by five drunken rowdies at Lyons Station Saturday and was stabbed three times One cut on the jaw required five stitches He was cut again in back and once on the arm His wounds are not serious The ladies are putting down hardwood floors and making many other necessary improvements about the Christian Church aLd they think that the men should put up the money jtovbuy the new pews which are so badly needed We think thev are right in their pelitt Withtbe exception of the firing a fewcrackers by some of the boys late Tuesday evening there was nothing doing to indicate that the Fourth had come so far as Mt Vernon was concerned Every thing was quiet and most every one oursued his usual vocation as ifit was no more than any other day SATURDAY S PRIMARY The Democratic primary last Saturday brought out a very snjaH vote all over the county and owing to the extremely light vote we shall not attempt to give the vote by precincts The official vote for the entire county is as follows ForU S Senator Pa titer 16 James 258 For Governor Me Creary s52 Addams 25 For Lieutenant Governor McDcrmott 226 Edwards 53 and Stuart 19 For Treasurer Rhea 246 For Auditor Laffoon 62 Bosworth 236 Attorney General Garnett 178 Pollard 96 For Secretaiy 01 State Crecelius 242 For Super intendent of Public Instruction Hamlet 104 Litfrell 87 and Eu banks 78 Commissioner of Agriculture Newman 133 Hill 122 Wyattj i9 Clerk Court of Appeals Green 206 Chinn 73 In Walnut Grove and JOhri tta precincts there were no elections held and in Scaffold Cane precinct there were only 8 votes cast and in Crooked Creek 6 The principle votes were cast in the Mt Vernon Brodhead and Livingston precincts Here is a partial list of the teachers for the county and names of schools they have Many of which will begin Mcnday the loth W A B Davis Freedom- J O Scroggic Nortons E R Gentry Union- S E CbandlerWhitakel- D G Bullock Gum Springs R E Rader New Chestnut Ridge Chas B Auderson Cove- J W VanWinkle Hopewell Theo Pigg Piney Branch W R Dickerson Asst Livingston John D Henderson Roundstone Lee Chandler Sceggs Sinks Irvin Bullock Blue Springs Hiatt Mink Patton Moore John Fish Wildie Miss Rose Pike Hickory Grove Fannie iu uer Buckeye CoClyde Watson Calloway U Minnie Gentry Pine Hill Daisy Fish Fish school Blanch Crawford Red Bud Etta Cable Chestnut Grove 61Sarah Osborn Negro Creek TStella Adams Maple Grove- MaretburgEla Carson Francis Forbes Old Chest nut Ridge cMary Price Sand Hill l Viola Debofd Cuntnins Fannie DeBord Level Green LivingstonII Wehaje not been able tolearn thistiufeI tZ t j h r= t1 Keep tlie4 UI1 busy Jt amInetheWesudder I Turkeys are quickly destroyed by in sects l The first crop of alsike clover is the to savefor seed lone les are eapeclaily rinbying and frequentlykill young colts Alfalfa cannot stand pasturing the first season and never closely A dairy cow should be allbwed to reat from stx to eight weeks before freshening Where dairying Is notracficed the calf will have also to pay for keeping the cow a year tTwenty tons of stable manure on a half acre is about the TIght proportion for the garden The best broom corn is grown In Illinois and Indiana It requires a deep rich mellow soil The way to geta good milk flow and hold it through the year Js to give good cows good care J It is estimated that more than a mil lion fruit trees will be set out in Mon tana the present season American farmers buy more than one hundred million dollars worth of farm machinery every year The way he carries his head and tan more than anything else con tributes to style in the parse A capon will sell on the market for about double the price per pound that is paid for uncaponized cockerels Examine the ewes udder and teats carefully see that both teats are open or you may get a caked udder It Is not enough that the sire be fullbred there must be individual merit as well as blueblooded ancestry Where small runs are used scrape and sweep them before heavy rains l hen tUI11 the ground over and sow oats t Keep a lookout for colds it means roupjjfj you Jet it run Use a little kcroseng and vaseline and qheck the cold J Of course the fruit must have more r lessshade but nature will take care I that after intelligent pruning has cen done The milker should be clean in nil oepects He should not use tobacco e should wash and dry his hands Just efore milking The Shropshire sheep have been placed rank one the Hampshire rani two the Southdown three The Dor tiet ranks fourth 9 Location and demand govern to a large extent the particular phase dairying practiced in the CrIsections of the country Every orchardist must use his judgment as to how his spraying erat1on the control of the ownImoth snail be carried on Where cows are kept in the much ofthtime it Is not unreasonable I to say that the barn should be lightenough for one to read in Dont neglect to grease the wagon that do the regular work about the farm Hard oil js cheaper than horseflesh and a lot more hu mane ti CJ li Cantaloupes should not be grown near squash pumpkin qr cucumber Vines as the pollen will nilx giving the cantaloupes a flavor ptr the squash or cucumber Feed that Is left in the manger over night after beingjnussed over becomes sour and should be removed and the manger thoroughly cleaned before put ting in fresh feed Let the newborn calf stay in the stall or pasture with Its mother for several days anlshe will let It feed at times dud in amounts best suited to Us peeds in liferpurina the hot dry summer and In fly time it is desirable to make dairy cows more comfortable than can be don Whlle they are runnlrfg about and gathering their own food Just how deeply the cpm and other spring crops should be cultivated and just how long the cultivation should be continued isa matter Upon which farmers differ widely In otnion Barley meal low grade flour and white middlings added to themash are useful in preventing mmer diar rhoeas Keep granulated charcoal be fore the birds for the same purpose Undoubtedly one of the moat remunerative branches of the poultry busi ness for the average poultryman Is the production of eggs combined with the sale of market bfoilers as Ii side line An openfront house with sloping board roof and triangular board tides makes a goqd place 6rthe pigs or brood sow in summer Another good hoghouse for summer use Is one with thf root only sloping two ways and both ends left out This is protecting and cool Post Cards of every discription at Fishs STRAVED Black afnd white spotted sow shoat with crap ofi right ear Weight about 55 Ibs June23st JOHN FRAKES Mt Vernon Ky For summer diarrhoea in children always give Chamberlains Colic Cholera and biarftipea Remedy and castor oil and a speedy cure is certain Fpr satep Cbas 0 Davis t1 Fr fu T I c t t j L YOUA- RE I S 1 NOT TOO LATE OUR BIG- IIlNFIIlIYnFANIlPSAlF OF SUMMER CLOTHING WILL CONTINUE A WHILE LONGER 1 g75 Jl hz The biggest and valuegiving sale ofI mens and Boys fine clothing the this county have ever experienced at this time I Iofof these I CLOTHING BARGAINS hurry to our store and see what we can give you for your money I IthisAll this 15 and ts e Suits are reduced to The news is spreading like wild fire people coming buying and sending their friends for miles around had a stock and wet ve another ICOMEf1 1IEiX- Lp4 mfO O rn greatest people seasons TO H TRIP FROM Way Stations REGULAR TRAIN 353 A M III IQO MIDSUMMER VACATION MAMMOTH CAVE 435ROUNDVERNON 117L 19f THURSDAY JULY27 ALL EXPENSES AT HOTEL OnLY 550 This inaludes your boardand admission to the several routes the Cave One evening for a promenade IIMrs Matilda Bryant wife ot the late Adam Bryant died Tuesday night after an illness of several weeks The sufite ing which she has eudured has been intense FOR SALEMY farm of 60 acres well timbered arid watered with good fence nice growing crop on same Call praddress J W OLIVER June 30 it Ottawa Ky Sprains require careful treatment Keep quiet and apply Cham b r1ain Liniment freely It will remove the soreness and quickly restore the parts toja health ion For sale yj3has C Davis FOR RENT OR SALEA four room cottage in Sparks Davis Addition and a four room cottage in Asher addition both new buildings Also a two story residence on Main street to rent Sept i M BULLOP- Kjtjn 30tf Jfc Vernon Ky hi i J a 1 I in i till W 1 i1Hn nHn nnn itHn ntnt nn A Home Institution I= This bank is a home institution Our loans are made right hereat j SZ home to our gooti farmers and business men It is a home institution J3J our home people Wq will pay you good interest on your idle = tilifor Make a deposit and then pay your bills with your personal ck It is very simple convenient and safe Call and we gladly ex i =plain the many alvahtages of a checking account You will always Ehave a receipt which cannot be disputed The endorsedcheqk which will be returned to you is incontestible proof of the payment of the bill r S Yonr money is safe deposited in this bank to your credit If you car =Si ry it in your pocket or leave it at home it may be lost or stolen =Come iu and let us talk these matters over with you Mil THE BANK OF MT VERNON 3 INCORPORATED MT VERNON KENTUCKY II- 7l llUU UUU UllU lh UHU HUU WHEN THE SIGN A L DOES YOUR JOB WORK YOU HAYE TgEJBEST AND PAY ISO MORE FOR IT J t r 7 Stomach Bloodand Liver Troubles Much sickness starts with weak stomach andconsequent poor impoverished blood Nervous and palepeople lack good rich red blood Their stomachs need invigorating for after all a man can be no stronger than his stomach A remedy that makes the stomach strong and the liver active makes rich red blood and overcomes and drives 4out diseaseproducing bacteria and cures a whole multi tude of diseases Get rid of your Stomach Weakness and Liver Laziness by taking a course ot Or PIerces Golden Medical Discovery the treat Stomach Restorative Liver Inviorator and Blood Cleanser You cant afford to accept any medicine of unknown composition as a substitute for Golden Medical Discovery which is a medicine OP COMPOSITION having a complete list of ingredients in plain English on its bot tlewrappcr annie bcin4 attested as correct under oath b Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets regulate and Invigorate Stotnacb Liver avd Bowels Gave Up Hope I suffered five years with awful pains due to woman ly troubles writes Mrs M D McPherson from Chad bourn N C They grew worse till I would often faint I could not walk at all and I had an awful hurting in my side also a headache and a backache- I gave up and thought I would die but my husband urged me to try Cardui so I began and the first bottle helped me By the time the third bottle was used I could do all my work All the people around here said I would die but Cardui relieved me IleFor more than 50 years Cardui has been relieving womans sufferings and making weak women strong and well During this time thousands of women have written like Mrs McPherson to tell of the really surprising results they obtained by the use of this purely vegetable tonic remedy for women Cardui builds restores and relieves or pre vents unnecessary pain and suffering from womanly troubles If you are a woman begin taking Cardui today Write to Ladies Advisory Dept Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn for Special Instructions and 64pagebook for Women sent free J 4a ii I In SE TAKE ARDUI TheWomansTonic I strengthens DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE 1 I And dont have to grease l but once a week Math in Louisville by CHAS C STOLL OIL CO I fm ntln UJHDEBTAKEB Iti Our line of Couch Caskets m is unexcelled n- HandmadeCoillnsfurnished = Hearse sent to all parts of = the County iUl All orders by Wire Promptly Filled I W A1 Phone 94S COXI Free FreeAB- SOLUTELY FREE A NICE PRESENT JULY 15 TO SOME CUSTOMER OP OUR STORE w lust to keep you thinking of the liveliest store in this section and to show our appreciation of your patronage we are now offering June 17 free choice of a HANDSOMB eHAMmmIaSmT THEYRE WORTH 600 THEY COST YOU NOTHING Its not often that you have the opportunity to secure such valu able beautiful and useful articles free of cost I YOU Pay nothing for the above beautiful presents All you have to do is to write your name on a card and guess at a number hidden under a gold seal on the card Every time you buy 100 worth from us for cash YOU GET A GUESS FREEthe more you buy the more guesses you get and you pay nothing for them Even our small customers will be given the same show for we appreciate all trade small or large and if you do not need a dollars worth come any how and we will give you tickets showing amount of your purchase and when you have bought a dollars worrh bring in the tickets and get your guess free EEMEMItER we give away one of the above useful presents JULY 15 so dont miss any opportunity coming to our store wherHn need 0 of goods in our line for we always guarantee our price and quality to be equal or better than anybody else and these nice presents are just that much extra gained by OUR customers Your friends ROBT J EII B COXt It r fO Ei MT1VNQN KY r 5 n- t i7 CROP CONDITIONS LOOKING UP 7 June Report More Encouraging Than May TOBACCO ABOUT SIXTY PER CENT Oats Almost a Complete Failure Not Tall Enough to Cut In Many Places Hay Will Be ShortAtten don Paid to AlfalfaPatt- urage a Serious Question Frankfort Commissioner Rankin in his crop report says that the farmers who took his advice and used pure breed seed in plant beds and in the fields were better prepared to stand the drought than the farmers who used the inferior seed Especially is this true of corn The tobacco crop shows a bettei condition than had been expected and while not more than a 60 per cent crop taking the state as a whole the farmers will fare better than the report for May indicated The average condition of corn over the state is better than was shown by the report of May The percentage as compared with last year is 93 per cent for the entire state Last month the percentage condition was 88 per cent thus showing an increase of 5 per cent in the condition of this crop Wheat is still in good condition but there has not been as much of the crop threshed to give any accurate report as to the yield The oats crop is inferior in many places not Srowing tall enough to hay crop will be very short in Kentucky this year Alfalfa isa very valuable crop for the farmer as it withstands drought much better than ordinary clover This department for the past four years has been encour aging the farmers of Kentucky to raise more of this valuable forage crop which has been the source ot so much profit tothe farmers of other states As yet there has not been very much raised in the state but each year more farmers are seeing its value and raislngsameIn sections of the state the question of pasturage was getting to be very serious before the rains came at the latter part of the month and in some sections stock water was report ed to be getting scarce GREAT DAMAGE Deluge Falls On Hardin County and Crops Are Practically Ruined Elizabethtown Reports regarding the deluge which flooded Hardin coun ty are to the euect that there were rises of eight and ten feet in many creeks of the county and that the consequent damages to the crops will total thousands of dollars Oats in many localities were beaten to the ground and the farmers will not be able to harvest their crops The corn growing along the creek bottoms was flooded and badly dam aged Wheat fields were submerged along the creeks and in many sec tions the wheat shocks were washed away Fences were also destroyed culverts washed away and the roads which were recently graded badly damaged ANOTHER NEW CITY Chesapeake Ohio Will Build Up Town Fr Employes Silver GrovePresident George W Stevens of the Chesapeake Ohio railroad announced that his company will found a model town at Silver Grove which is situated on the Ken tucky side of the Ohio just above New port The cpmpany has just completed plans says president Stevens for the extensive improvements to its terminal facilities there and desires to build up a community among its employes that they may live near their work The Chesapeake Ohio owns considerable property at Silver Grove and this will be cut up into lots and sold to men who desire to live there GOV GRAY LOST THE DERBY Louisville The Hildreth entry furnished the winner f the Canadian derby in Zeus which beat Gov Gray out a nose The latter came from be hind in the stretch and closing stout ly would have won In another stride Meridian showed good speed for a mile then stoppe- dTlnlontownA new and untried horse that was being driven to the de livery wagon of the JE Buckman Grocery Co ran away and threw Willis Hargrave the driver to the ground fracturing his skull from which he died in a few hours JudyFire supposed to have been caused from a defective flue totally destroyed the frame country home of Will F Henry All of the contents were burned and the loss will reach 2000 with insurance of 1000 Carllslea massmeeting of the business men and farmers of Carlisle and Nicholas county was held to hear the reports of the committees work- Ing on the proposed loose leaf warfr house to be established here Clarksville Stuart K Lupton consul of the United States at Karachi India where he has been stationed for more than a year is home on leave of absence A PEEK INTO POCKET would show heh J Bucklin s Awica Salve tl t 1E 8 Lope carpenterrCfMriUiN Y always carries I have neve had a cut wound bruise K sore It would cot soon he V he writes Greatest beslerof burns boils scalds chapp ed hands and lips fever sores skin eiiTpMons eznia corns and piles 25ctsa1iJc Dsyis t tV fi J gii f l i h L IU1 KENTUCKY TEACHERS IN ANNUAL MEETING Ftirring Addresses Deljvered and Pa pers Read Which Urge Greater Activity in School Matters School Suffrage for Worn en Recommended pwenBboro TJhe fortieth annual session of the Kentucky Educational association came to a close Officers werq elected President Mrs Cora Wilson Stewart Morehead first vice president James Speed Louisville second vice president James Gifford Guthrie third vice president W Dodds Mayfleld treasurer G DII Money SnelbyvIHe The time and place of the next ing were not fixed being leftmeetI committee which will meet in berThe following resolution introduced by Mrs Desha Brtckenrldge of Lex ington was unanimously adopted Resolved That the Kentucky Education lassoCiatlonrecommend school suffrage for women and urge upon the next session of the legislature that they grant i Owensboro That Kentucky is on the eve of the greatest educational awakening in its history is manifest at tb2 meeting of the Kentucky Educational association The second days meeting was replete with brilliant addresses each progressive but the keynote being better rural schools for Kentucky The attendance was surprising there being nearly 600 educators in the auditorium representing every section of Kentucky State Superintendent Ellsworth Regenstein was on the program He spoke earnestly of The Relation of the Rural Schools to the Economic theIinjustice that city children should have bettOr schools than country chil dren and pleadedfor equal rights for alLProf E P Kelly assistant super intendent of tile Richmond schools gave an excellent address in which he decfared in favor of county bonds for raising funds for school purposes GREATER LOUISVILLE DAY Louisville It waS decided at the meeting of the Advertisers club that the celebration of Greater Louisville day on July 22 at Fontaine Ferry part should be conducted on a thor oughly dignified basis It also was decided to use the proceeds of the celebration to send a delegation to the national convention of advertising men in Boston the first week in August ONE BY ONE Fiftytwo of the Old Settlers Passed Away Last Year Carlisle =The fortieth annual meeting of the Old Settlers of Nicholas county was held here with a fair attendance Upon the rollcall ft was found that flftjriwo members of the association had died since the meet ing one year ago The following offi cers were elected for the ensuing year President former Representa tive C S Templeton Moorefleld vice secretaryColGreen Dr H M Scudder organist Miss Ida Howard MORGAN REUNION AT OLD PLACE Carlisle Morgans men are coming to Parks Hill this year and the an nual reunion will be held just after the close of the Parks Hill assembly in August It Was proposed some time ago that the annual reunion be not held this year owing to the fact that here wouldbe a great meeting of Morgans men in Lexington when the Morgan monument is unveiled but a protest was made by many of the old veterans against abandoning the reunion at Parks Hill BOY KILLS HIS UNCLE Mt Sterling A quarrel in Menlfee county between David Profit thirty and his nephew Samuel Profit nineteen resulted in the instant death of the elder Profit He was shot with a revolver Profit leaves a wife and several chil dren His slayer was arrested and placed in jail at Frenchburg and is under 1000 bond He claims selfde fense 210 PER ACRE FOR FARM Versailles The Bosque Bonita stock farm three miles north on the Midway turnpike containing 126 acres the property of the late Mrs George H Watson was sold at public auction to John H Morris the breeder and turfman at 2lOper acre This is a beautiful country place famous as the old home of Gen Abraham Huron FIRST COTTON lOLL Hickman The first cotton blossom seen this year was lrought in this week by fS Maddox The plant is a fine specimentBesides the bloom it contained thirt3 fourS uareB Mr Maddox said he ajseventyfive acres almost asgo duthe brought iii BARNBURNED- Shapsburg A sto ck barn belonging to Tames ArnelC was struck by lightning and Burned to the ground Thebarnyqas oithabQt4 42JDOO and the loss js only partly covered by in surance N verleavebmeona journey unless you have a btt1of Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrh oea Remedy ilk is almost certain to be ueededandcalltbe obtained when onbb id11icarsor steam ship For sale ty Chas C Davis VILSVOS3H3131i 1xr teinto t 1 IN THE Jj JsKtLt uTJRT OF THE UNITED STATES For the Eastern District of K- In the matter of l John 1 M Jones j Bankrupt 28t1a19U1Ashoved named who htve been adI judged bankrupts will be held at ihe office oi the Referee Stanford Ky on the loth day of July i9ii it9 oclock a in to elect a Trus te for the estate of said bankrupt and for the transaction of other business as may come before the meeting Con pi with Sec 57 ot the Bankrupt uct concerning proof of claims otherwise your claim lean not be allowed f N SAUNDERS Referee in Bankruptcy ESCAPED WITH HIS LIFE Twenty one years ago faced an awful death wri es H B Mar tin Port Harrelson S C Doc Iors said I had consumption and the dreadful cough I had looked like iti sure enough I tried everything I coLt d hear o o mv cough and was under the treatment of the best doctor in Georgetown S C for a year but coul1 get no r iri A friend advis din i tale r King New Discovery I did so and was completely cured I tee that I owe my lite to this grea throat and lung cure Its poi lively guaranteed for coughs coM and all bronchial affections sot ond r Trial bottle tree at Chas C Davis KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following are the fates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 191 as far as reported Alexandria September 55 days Barboursville Aug 303 days Bar stown AU6304 days BK0DHEAD Aug 163 days Burkesville Aug 154 Erlaiieer Aug 224 days Falmouth Sept 274 days Fern Creek Aug i 4 days Frankfort Aug 294 days Germantown Aug 243 days Hodgenville Sept 53 days Horse Cave Sept 204 days Lawrericeburg Aug 154 days Leitchfield Aug 15 4 days Lexington Aug 76 das London Aug 224 days Ky State Fair Louisville Sept u 6dasf- ayfield Sept 274 daysIMonticello Sept 54 das Mount Oliver Sept 524da1S Paris Sept 55 days Shepherdsville Aug 224 days Somerset Aug 30 3 days Uniontown Aug 85 days Vanceburg Aug 94 dais Versailes Aug 23 days Mount Vernon Monufflnat- OllKS M anufacturer 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