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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 ra it jj 7y Published Every difay I VOLUME XXIV MT VERNON ROCK COUNTY KY JULY 21 191 = NUMBER 43 LIY1NGHTOIV Bernard Hagan left Friday evening on 22 pretending to go to French Lick Springs for his health Alter leaving we were told of tpe weddd ing bells ringing soooICOh you are not as slick as you think Uncle Ben Brumraet of the Gauley section died Monday and was buried Tuesday with masonic honors in the family lot in the Bales graveyardTheb- ible class oflbe Christian Church met at J B Hayses Mon day night and had an enjoyable time Ice cream and cake was served and a splendid time was had This was something new but the leaders are doing every thing in their power to try to get people to take an interest in this work and we believe they will succeed Here is hoping that they will Arguing politics seems to be the order of the day up on the streets now But this is a piece of Tom foolery our mind is done made up and the Eleventh District can not change us They say ORta will carry this place and that place but we say McCreary will carry the State and that is allwe want So lets let up on politics until Me Creary and then we will have the best times you ever shook a stickatJohn Mullins who has been working at Lemanon has been transfered to SinksW- G Niceleyja of Berea was here be tween trains Sunday Mr and Mrs Ab Sparks and children of Mt Vernon were here Sunday J H Browning is Some better Judge Magee has a very sore foot caused by sticking a nail in it Walter Browning who has ty phoid fever is very little better Joe Childress iVin Louisville oW- A Toddof the Level Green sec tion has been visiting relatives here this weekLloyd Owens of Level Green spent Saturday and Sunday in our towji =MfesJEtebecca MonIdayMrsrelatives at Pine Hill this week L H Davis will begin the e ection icd uuftttnn adwelling and store house in the near future He has part of the material on the groundA little child of Mr and Mrs John Delphs TuesidayHbeen up in the eastern part of the State for the past week has re turnedMr and Mrs G W Griffin Mr and Mrs Egbert Hayse after a visit of two weeks at Jelljco and Livingston hive re turned to their home in Cincinnati OhioMrs Rosana Graves left to day for Kansas City Mo Mrs W M French of the long branch section remains very 10wRev- Vatsonof Mt Vernon filled his regular appointment at the Prisby terian Church Sunday and Sunday nightMr Joe Omary and child ren were in Jellico Monday Miss Lyda Cook who has been verv sick for some time is able to beat her post in the post office Uncle George Pope still improves and we hope to see him out soonMissC- hristine Asher has returned home after a pleasant visit to her sister She was accompanied home by her sister Mrs L H Davis Misses Genervie Magruder Carrie Farley Nellie RiceMiss Genervie Mag rnder has returned to her home at Lebanon Junction after a pleasant visit with Miss Carie FarleyA glad surprise was given Miss Carrie Thursday in honor of her guest Those present ewere Misses Christine Asher Nettie Rice Annie Wat r Mary Givens Geuervie Magrurder Mr and Mrs Crouch Mr and Mrs L H Davis Mrs J W Sams Messrs W E Gray Walter Rice Benard Hagan Roy Magruder and Rice Walton All reportedan enjoyable time Last Thursday morning a jolly crowd left L tng ton to spend the day atL H Davs fishing place way up the river known as Robju son whirl Those who went were Mr and Mrs Davis Mr and Mrs Grouch Mr es Nettie Rice Carrie Farley Anna Walton Christine Asher Genervie Magruruer and Mary Edna Crouch Messrs B Fine 8 4 00 values suits size 5 to 2 00 2 E Lot of Woolen Straws Etc wq 20 and 2 00 values choice 98c aai Hagan Roy Magrndert Rice Walton George Sambrook They tuck some snap photos fished and had a splendid dinner on the groundrreturned home andre port the most enjoyable day ever spentWe are very sorry to learn that Mrs W N Rigs is very sick Frank Deep is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs P M Dees this weekWe had Dr Green of London the other day and Dock says the Dams will carry the State this time by a majority and we believe he is right The Democrats in the Eleventh are few and far between but when you find one from that country he will do to tie toJ E Woodall of London was in our town Tuesday Mr and Mrs H Owens are very sickat this writing We have a good joke on L H Davis but he has promised to be good and a joke never gets old BOONS Died at her home at Boone Ky Mrs James H Lambert She was Miss Daisy Coyle daughter of Mr and Mrs John Coyle Mrs Lambert leaves a beautiful record behind her She has lived a devout christiau Ijfe She was convertedwhen she was eleven years of age juiced the B tpti t church and was an earnest worker both in the church and Sunday school She will be sadly missed by all who knew her and the stranger who often sought lodging within her doors She was never known to say I have no room but always had a pleasant welcome lot all who came within uer reach She was 23 years months and 4 days old had been married almost 10 years She leaves a husband mother two sisters and three brothers and a host of friends to mourn her death but we know our loss is her great CryFOR Mens shirts 00 or 3 for aII a lot 1 98 HAT 2 tf98 stt Ift HOG WALLOW NEWS From the Hogwaifoiv Luke lit s lost several nights slep trjing to locate a frog that croaks under lets window Fit Smith set His wake trap this weekand caught several nice ones but they nil crawled out through the crackgas soon as they 3r got in Miss Cordelia ellu anger has returned to HogwaUa aft er an absence of two years She covers up her age so well she looks no older than she did ten years ago f The mail carriersavs that will be compelled to ard another mule to his team if Raz Barlow keeps on sending tto Chicago for free catalogues Knsby Hancock has built himself new house on Musket Ridge just east of tie old one he been living in for seveialy years With a little improvement the old one will make a good stablerThe rain that fell here pokt s in buggy of Yam Sims and he says he can now drive lover to the still lii use without everybody hearing Pollocks has papered the walls of his houst newsjpapers Jeffersons Jwife keeps right well up with fashion on eyerything as nothing but papers of recent date were used Following disappointment over dry weather Sim Flind- ers took his domesticated rain crow down to the creek and drowned it The people will now have to depend entirely on Tohe Moslys corns and for their weather Sim Flinders fell in the creek at Hog Ford Sunday andall tha prevented him going under for tie last time were The twtf empty quart bottles in his hip pocket The says if he had not emptied the bottles would not have fallen in e i i i i iii i ii i i i i i i e00 reeaasss se s e eeeeeee sr eee eee eaeeeeea IIDO tSI es o i eeee GREAT CASHRAISING SALE gee a- u mi Continued Until August 1st em e This has been one of the most successful sales ever held in this country Successful because of the match I E oa less values we are giving and our determination to close out our Spring and Goods 8 gii o Throngs of People Visiting Daily im e Every thing Just as Advertised e We cut the price and we make these cut prices represent the best values ever sold in Mt Thats the whole story ti we e BOYS SUITS blue serge suits 50and 293Ch- ildrens 8 and 50value 98c 98c HATS I Big 1 B ga- inChildren FLETC- HERSCASTORIA SHIRTS fine 1 value 69cents 200 50c and 75c values go in a- t37c National 50 and S3 00 values Sutton MeBee s aeaoeeeeeseesseese Kentuckian Mathewsla he a has Thursday tightenS the moonshine jim Jefferson continued yesterday rheumatism indications preacher he i i i N Summer Sales Vornon eo e 1eePANTS fli aGoe Greatest bargains in f pants ever sold in g S e this country SJ eee 300 350 and 4 eE 00 values all go for I 198ooeo Big lot of J 50and 6ea 200 values all go in 5 i a lot at e e g8c eee ee S 298 HATS i e Stetsons 3 50 and 4 00 values for 2 98 oe 5 Frisby Hancock who came into prominence or a short time last year by coming forward and de claring that Halleys comet was not nearly so bright as it was on two of its former trips in sight of our earth today makes the an nouncement that after careful ex amination he finds that he recognizes many of the locusts here thisseaon that wri here seven teen years ago The Deputy Constable arrested Sile Kildew near Tickleville Friday on a charge of having stolen a drove of hogs from a widow woman on Gender creek Before Sile had been in jail very long he talked with the jtiler and found they are distantly kin to each other To keep all blemishes from the family name the jailer allowed Sue his liberty and promised to keep the affair hushed up LEBANON JUNCTION Albert Albright and wife have returned from several days visit with relatives at Brodhead Walter Miller was called home in Brod head Tuesday on account of the illness of his babyJ H Hoskins left Wednesday for a three weeks stay at French Lick Springs Ind Miss Minnie Quiggins of Eliza oethtown is visiting her cousin Miss Alene Burnett here this week John Evans has returned from a few days visit with home folks in RockcastleBorn to Conductor J W Stephenson and wife on the i6th a sonLuther Mullins and wife went to Mt Vernon Monday where they were called on account of the sickness of Mrs Sowder Mrs Mullins sistetiulaw Telegraph operator Furguson and a couple of he cerks out of the freight office at Mt Vernon were here for a hort time Wednesday morning d3YhCoSatterfield who met with foul play at the hand of a drunken passenger 01 the Louisville and Grefnsburg passenger train some time ago has recovered sufficently to be on his run again Operator E B Bntler and family have returned from a two weeks visit with relatives near West Point Operator John Mull ins who worked in Mr Butlers olace has been transferred to SinksThe Baptist people here have called Rev J W Hickerson as pastor in place of Rev J VV Hunter who resigned some time ago Rev Hickerson is from Meade county but at present is attending the Theological semenary at LouisvilleElder C W Camp bell who is taking vacation in the eastern part of the state filled his regular day at the Christian church here Sunday Last Wednesday he an his members treated the Sunday school to an outing going to a trove several miles out in the country Ice cream cake aud lemonade wis served The child ren as well as the older ones who went along sp ent the day very pleasantly PNEUMONIA left me with a frI and Yhadepellswlienteouldhardly minutes My doctor could not help me but I was completely cured by DR KINGS DiscoveryMrs 50c AND 100 AT ALL DRUGGISTS Blue and Gray veterans of the battle of Bull Run are in camp on the historic battlefield The programme for President Tafts visit on next Friday has been completed KILL MORE THAN WILD BEASTS The number of people killed yearly by wild beasts dont ap proach the vast number killed by diseasefgerm No life is safe from their Theyre in air Vat er dust even food but grand pro Lec ion Is afforded by Ecleatric Bit cijj which destroy and expel these deadl disease germs from the sys tem Thats why chills fever and ague all malaria ard many blood diseases yield promptly totbis wonderful blood purifier Try them and enjoy the glorious s health and new strength theyll givevou- Money ba 1clfnot satisfied Only 1 500 atChas C Davis drugstore JM Us 1887 CASTLE FRIDAY kidyou inaugerated atalkwith Found BROWN MEMORIAL INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL WILL OPEN THE SECOND WEDNESDAY IN SEPTEMBER Langdon Dormitory already one of the most attractive homes tr 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 influences The 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 so Her work needs no recommendation to the people of Mt Vernon 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 nent 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 and specifications can be agreed upon and will be pushed as rapidly as possible 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 served after the above date but will be given to those who first apply Terms are as follows Board and Tuition in Langdon Dormitory 100 per year Tuition in High School fi 325 per Mo Grades 250 Kindergarten 200 Music 3200 per year 8 mo A few scholarships are available but only to those who need and 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 bo the best place to send the girls of Rockcastle and adjoining counties- If you can not come to Mt Vernon ask those who know about our work and if Brown Memorial Industrial School appeals to you as one worthy of your patronage address for information and for application blanks V Miss ROSE McCQRD Principal vlt VBraonKy Right in your busiest season when you have the least time to spare you are most likely to takes 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 A1Established HAPPIEST GIRL IN LINCOLN A Lincoln Neb girl writes r bad been ailing for some time with chronic constipation and stomache trouble I began taking Chamberlains 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 medicine For sal by Chas C Davis C3 C 3CJLCALLOUTDOORS INVITES YOUR KODAK 200to 6500 ASK FOR r CATALOG Kodak means progressive pleasure the pleasure of taking the pictures plus the greater pleasure of possessing them li CHAS C DAVIS LEADING DRUGGIST Phone 39 MT VERNON KY 3 IRealH iTown ahdFarm yBought S9ld If yon want to bnya home in town or agood farm calIsna tee our list List your property with us for sale Office in Masonic Buildilg J DELPHI WEBB luly6 m i LIVINGSTON KY QG31 r t MT yENoN SIGNAL p FRIDAY July 1lgII Published every Friday by- DGARE S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR 100 Avtdising rates made known m aftlicalian- tif MEMBER O- lCCNTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATIOi IDEMOCRATI TICKET For United States SEnator OLLIE M JAMES For Governor JAMES B McCREARY For LieutenantGovernor EDWARD J McDERMOTT For AttorneyGeneral JAMES S GAR ETT For Auditor HENRY BOS WORTH For Sl te Treasurer THOMAS G RHEA For Secretary of State C F CRECELIUS For Supt of Public Instruction BARKSDALE HAM IETT For Commissioner of Agriculture J W NEWMAN for Clerk of Court of Appeals ROBERT L GREENE VIGOROUS LEADERS IN OLD ER LIFE DISCUSSED BY PRESIDENT PATTERSON IN PAYING TRIBUTE TO GOV- McCREARY The following tribute from Presi dent Emeritus James K Patterson ot State University was recenth published i i the CourierJournal To the Editor of the Courier Journal The opiniou is sometimes ex pressed that men who have occupied prominent places in affairs Aand have done great things are not capable of doing effective service after they have passed the traditional threescore and ten That this is a fallacy a fewinstances and they might bet multiplied manifold will show Augustus was more capable of empire at 76 than when he de feated Anony at Acium 40 years before Gladstone conducted with brilliant success his most streneous political campaign when over So William i and Von foltke won the victories of Sedan and Gravolette and laid France prostrate in the dust over 70 Queen Victoria laid down the bur len of rrnpire when in the full Jiiatenty of her powers when oer So and the veteran emperor of Austria holds the reins still with a steady hand thougi already fourscore Marshall Radetzky annihilated the army of Charles Albert on the fatal field of Novorra vhen 82 vears ot age and Voltaire was crowned and thunders of np plause in the thater Frai c ise vheu his Irene was played upon the stage at 78 Humholt completed his him o al Co m s ai 90 Chief Justice John Marsh ill vas in the full vigor ot hisjpower at 80 and Chief Justice Roger V Taney at 87 Justice John H Harlan one of the most ciis tinguished of living Kentuckian wrote recently an opinion dissent ing from the deliverance of the supreme c urt on the Standaidj OH decision characterized by a wealth of legal learning a power ful grasp of detail and a soundne s of logical rocess unsurpassed by any of h s c n temper tries or any of his predecessors and this at the age 0178 Joe jeifcrsun utvcr ap petred with more dramatic power than in Rip Van Winkle at 75j Tennyson vrote Crossing the Bar when past 80 LaPlace completed his Trait de la i1ecrI nique Celeste at 76 a work which tares front rank in intellectual vigor in scope and profundity with the Principla of Sir Isaac Newton and the Quaternions of Sir William Rowan Hamilton Henry Clay brought forward and carried when 73 years old the great po litical measure of his life tLe famous compromise act of r8jo Daniel Wbeter and loan C Calhoun were still full of fire of former years when they died the former at 70 and the later at 68 years of age George VII whose loug contest with the German Emperor reached its climax in humiliation ol Henry IV at Canossa was nearing 70 when he brought his antagonist to his knees and Paul III one or the most imperious of the pontiffs did not hesitate when nearing 70 to fulminate his bulk of excommunication against Henry VIII John Wesley when nearing 9o was still the most indefatigable and eloquent preacher in England Micheal Angelo produced one of his famous master pieces The last 1 Jidgment when threescore years and ten and Titian at about tIre same age Completed his famous painting of The Battle of Lepanto rAnd in these latter years Justin IS Morrill of Vermont and Will S Allison of Iowa added jester and dignity to the senate when past 81 Within a few months Dr James B Angell when past 80 retired from the presidency of the famous Uni versity of Virginiaafter a service of nearly 40 years and Mattnew H Buckham president of the University of Vermont was still vigorous and active at vhe time of his death though nearing 80 In stances of great mental vigor al- an advance age inmht be multi plied by dozens and scores but these will suffice to show that many men aie capable ofgrea- tfts ot mental powers between 70 and 9M years of age White not a litcinI am g ally interested in the good g roe inicit f lie state In ad nressinj this Uter to you al d through you to the people of Kentuk I d tin wi to be unlerstood as diii rising the dams or llie bilitio ol any oar didate for the office ot GII moor wish tlnh to r cord my fstmiute f he ore whom I j refer Few men have hadtsexperienc so vide and so varied in the mar agement of the affairs as Jamrs B McJreary Hk has been bj fore the public for more than 4 jetrs of continuous service in the field in the hallsof legislation am itt executing duties lie made an exc lent record atia gallant siililer and a capabe officer During the tr iug ordeil of the Civil watt he evaded no duty and qiriiled beloie no d mger Aftei his return to private life he represented his constituency in three successive national Demo cratic conventions He represens led his count in three successive sessions of the State legislature during the last of which he wa Speaker of the House He repre seated his district in Congress for six successive terms namely 1885 to IS7 and represented Kentucky in the Senate of the United States 1S75Iof Congress he was appointed one of tHe commissioners of the United States to the International Mone tary Congress al Brus ells where he maintained with dignity and with credit the reputation of hi the foregoing it will be seen thst his whole life has been spent in the public service His experience has been wide and varied in the field in the halls of legislation state and national in administrative and executive duties and in dealing with some of the most difficult problems which ceremonisIin national and No mere tyro can bring to the discharge of public duties one title of the capacity for intelligen work in legislative and executive duties His collegiate and legal education well fried him for these manifold and varied activities In all these relations he has borne himself with conspicuous ability fidelity dignity and courtesy As speaker of the house his rulings were prompt and impartial As governor his acts were all con ceived and executed in the in ere of the whole people of the Common wealth Partisanship was sunordinateed to the public good 3ccge3e8 O E xcx J = 3 j SOME LEFTS We still have some few articles in the list of bargains quoted last week left on our shelves We have made p 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 t vicit gun metaland velvet price cut onehalftMens Shoes at prices never before offered by this or any other store in Mt VernonJi All LOO Underwear goes for 89c Mens 125 Hats for 75c Mens 100H H 50c f Best calico at 4 l2c yd Ginghams 5c to lOcper ydf Korean Silk in white and lavendar sale price 35c cut to 19c Waist goods 30c values go at 7c per yd Pure white linen at J9cper yard vy We are offering many other bargains not quotedui this f list Come in and examine All sales at prices strictly cash ItGRAS B McKENZIE MT VERNON KY 3g3C 5i F In his legislative career in lonl gress extending ovjr a period of- r8 2 years every measure suppu ted and every vote east was upon E national and not sectional lines An able upright experienced clean good man no breath oil = suspicion so far as I know has ever attached to any oi his acts either puhiic ur private If elected governor of Kentucky he will tiring to toe dibcharg it his duties a ripe experience extending ovi 4w ye ra an ex peneuce ot incalcuLiule vallie in Uoubuluus times when tlIe hatH of a sate conservative man ibi needed at the helm The Slait needs jusl now a put cyof con ciiiuliuii riot a policy of adventure cue policy ol a statesman not ull i pohtuia t a policy ol justice not ji expediency or opportunism I ihiiiK 1 might well close by a verO ECelesiaiites Let us now prai e from the 44 h chip er of the hook of famous men and our lathe 1 who begot us Respectfully JAMES K PATTERSON President Emeritus Stue Umvei s ty of Kentucky K ONTTLC vY FEDERATION OF COMMERCIAL CLUB Io the Citizens or Kentucky Representatives from several ot he Commercial oruanizitions in he State met on the State Pair Grounds in Louisville September 16 1910 and organized the Ken tricky Federation of Commercial ClubsThe purpose of this Federation as set fourth in the Constitution adopted is to promote a cooperative spirit among its members and to develop so fat as is possible the commercial agricultural educat tional manufacturing and all other interests looking toward the advancement of the State of Ken tucky The slogan of the Federa tion is For a Greater State Through Cooperation This is a Statewide movement for Statewide advancement that our proud old Commonwealth may be placed in the right attitnde be fore the world and occupy the hon orable position in the galaxy of States her wonlefful natural ie sources and advantages entitle her to This can he done ouly by a united effort upon the part of all public spirited citizens We are therefore culling upon every Com mercial organization and every public spirited citizen in Kentucky to join us in this great forward movement for the advancement of every interest that wilU make our great State greater and better The membership dues in the Federation have been ffxed at very nomiual sum thus euabhng every Commercial orgonization and individnal to join hands with us in this movement without financial burden The dues are as follows Commercial or similar organ ations Twenty Cents per member for the first fifty and Ten Cents per member far each member over fifty No membership dues for organizations to be less than ten dollars payable semianuually Individual membership are two dollars payable in advance While it is the purpose of the Federation to foster every interest for the betterment of Kentucky its main work will be that of adertis ing to the world the wonderful re sources with which Kentucky is so wonderfully and richly endowne This is proposed to be done wita r well written and absolutely reliable information as to our educational r interests and advantages onr cli mate health conditions our fertile soil and for what various sections are best adapted live stock timber publishedF b mud volume Such a publication will not only furnish reliable information to the outside world as to the resources and advantages of I Kentucky but will prove a revela tion to ninety per cent of our own people With this information in one volume everyone will realize that this is no mean country in whichwelive and that we have as ouch or more to boast ot than many of the other States that have been doing more boasting than we md with this reliable data going out into the other States and into the hands of good people who are looking for such as we have there will be a great influx of people and money from other sections to assist us in the proper development of our wonderful resources t J nnn nnnnHntntnnHtHn1tHtUtntnnnnnHHtHn1nttn tnHHntntntnnnnnttnnnnU1Hl IlGOING SOME I i s Bu I 3 This is a big proposition it is Statewide too much for one individual or one community but with a united effort we can and will succeed In union thare is strength Let us demonstrate this in this forward movement The annual meeting will be held in Louisville on Thursday and Fri day September 14 and 15 The sessions of the first day Thursday will be held in the Louisville Hotel and the sessions of the second day Friday will be held on the State Fair Grounds the day set apart by the Fair management for Federa tion day It is especially desired that every Commerciai organization and hundreds of individuals throughout the State be enrolled as members and be rApr seated at the Federat on meeting in Louisville in September that we may put our shoulders to the wheel and puh forward For a Greater SLate Through Cooper ation Tue officers of the Federati m at the present time are as follows Geo H Cox Owensboro President Dr Washer B Gossett Louisville Vice President Central District Hon Jos it Bosworth Middlesboro VidePresident Eas tern District 0 Ewing Bur ces ville Vice President Western District Chas T W Argue Hender son SccretaryTieasurer The Executive Committee is as follows Has emu Dstrict L N Davis Ashland Jos F Bosworth Middlesboro Dr Win R Thomp sou Mt Sterling Central Distric Eugeue E Hoge Frankfort Chas B Norton Louisville J W Porter Lexington VI esteru DistrictGeo H Cox Owensboro C T W Argue Henderson S A Fowler PaducahIt be honed every good citi zen will prove themselves a fed eralist by joining the Federation and being present at the meeting in September There is no such thing as failure if all will pull together One ship drives East another drives West While the ers Hue breez s blow Tis the set of the sails and not the galeThat bids them where to go Like the winds of the air are the wars of the fates As we journey along through lifeTis the set of the soul that decides the goal And not the storm of the strife GEO H COX President The Kentucky delegates to th National Real Estate Convention at Denver are booming Louisville for the 1912 convention For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the itfI1Signaturoof Guess its going some to have reputation of selling the I I I= and HouseFurnishings in thjs section ofKen tuckyThats what they all say at d I am proud to state I can prove it Fll take pleasure in showing you the NEWEST thats NEW MeKENZlB KYI ASTORIA BES- TFurniture Rugs Carpets i GRANVILLE OWENS i I UNDERTAKER I j Brodhead Ky R FOR SALEA house of four ooms a good wella grape arbor few peach and cherry trees On Old Main St pack of Court house W T DAVIS Mt Vernon Ky For summer diarrhoea in child ren always give Chamberlains Col c Cholera and Diarrloaa Remedy md castor nil and a speedy cure is certain For sale by Chas C Davis POSTED Any one guilty of trespassing oh my property will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law MRS MAHAIA JOE S 2244m Mt Vernon Ky ESCAPED WITH HIS LIFE Twentyone years ago I faced an awful death wries H B Mar tin Port Harrelson S CIDoc tors said I had consumption and the dreadful cough I had looked like it sure enough I tried everything I could hear of for mv cough and was under the treatment of the hest doctor in Georgetown S C for a year but could get no relief A friend advised me to take Dr Kings New Discovery I didso and was completely cured I fee that I owe my life to this grea boast and lungcureJI Its posit ively guaranteed for coughs colds nd all bronchial affections 500 and i Trial bottlefree at Chas DavIs Cl COMPLETE LINEI Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or Tele phone orders Promptly Filled 3c3 X KARO CORSETS Have no Brass eyelets Unsurpasseed in de sign fit and workmanship Try one and be convinced IpL Sanders Crab Orchard Kyh WANT A FARM It you do it will pay you to write us We have a great many desira ble farms of fertile productive soil located throughout Central and NorthCentral Kentucky in sizeIfrom the smallest to the with corresponding prices God pikes splendid schools desirable 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 LEBANON KY June 3o4t Richard S Ryan promoter of the Controller Bay Railroad and Navigation Company who is alleged to have written the U Dick to Dick letter has been sum moned to appear before tke House of Representatives committee which is investigating the Alaskan land controversy J SIGNALXMT VERNON KY July 2I 191 I Z Cul ip No 79 when you went to Communicate with SIGNAL 79 S1rnW 6 R R TIME TABLE 22 north 453 P m 24 north 352 a m 23 south 1138 a m 21 South 1219 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secondclass mail matter PERSONAL Mrs S C Davis is very ill Dr I ovell still remains on the f sick list W J Sparks was in Chicago TuesdayA of RevC K Carmical is very sick Frank 0 Miller is here from Indmapolis Ind Cam Mullina was up from Liv ingston Wednesday Emmit Brant is the new L N Agt at Pine Hill x R A Sparks and family are with relatives in Richmond- C D Sutton is at Crab Orchard Springs for a few days Will H Fish was in Richmond on business first of the week Miss Bertie Jean Penny is the guest ol Miss Frances Sparks John D Miller who has been ill for two weeks is improving Mrs Allen Burnett of Vildie has been quite sick for some days Dr and Mrs G B Lawrence were in from Brookland Sunday Mrs J G Anderson is with her sister Mrs Joe Wood at Con wayMrs Lavinia Pryor of Owen county is the guest of MrsM B SalinMr and Mrs F L Durham spent Saturday and Sunday in Brodhead Miss Lula McCoy has returned from a visit with relatives at FrankfortMrs C Williams and daughter Miss Risse spent the Week in Furgerson George and Russell Proctor were in Louisville Ballard and Jones Dur ham were over from the Big Hill section Tuesday Mr and Mrs Roy Rader were with Mr and Mrs G M Ballard first of the week The Editor with his wife and little daughter Lucille were in Louisville yesterday Miss Nola Jones has returned after spending two weeks at her home in Winchester A G Bartlett has returned from Riversburg Tenn Lexington and other Kentucky points Mrs W R Dychfi and little daughter Minor Bessjiare visiting in Fountain Head Tenn Miss Susie Thompson accompan ted by Mrs Ellen Baker returned from Stanford yesterday W G Kemper the prominent banker and Insurance man of Paint Lick was here yesterday Chester Landrum has been ape pointed ballast inspector to hold a position during absence of Geo W Baker who is takinga vacation at Prestonburg with his daughter Mrs Joseph Harkins Mrs Nell Coleman of Louisville and her mother Mrs A H McFerron of Breezy Hill have been with Mr and Mrs E B Cox and Mr and Mrs RL McFerron during the week f Mrs Sue Mullins and sister Mrs Foure of Livingston and Stephen Carson of Jellfco were called Wed- nesdayi night to the bed side of r Mrs Martha Brown their sister if near Quail who was stricken with what is thought to be a fatal illness f ttMiss Lavinia McGraw gave a la WIL party Saturday afternoon in honor of her gues Miss Elizabeth Adams of Mt Vernon Dainty fi refreshments were served and the hours of the party from two to four sped too swiftly for those l present Junction City Cor In tenor Journal Charley Adams was here from Berea first of the week Mr and Mrs O F Wallin were in Lincoln county Sunday James 1 White was up from Crab Orchard yesterday on bnsiuess Mrs Luther Mullins and child ren of Lebanon Junction are visiting here- George Johnson and children were here from London a few hours Saturday Any Joseph Harkins of Preston burg was here during the wed on legal business Mr and Mrs Casper Adims and Mrs Sadie Moore were in Brodhead Sunday Mr and Mrs John Crawford were iu from the Brodhead section Wednesday shopping Buck Sowder is the proud father of a new 7 pound boy which arrived Monday christened Vergi TharpMisses Cordia and Minim Henson are the guests of Mr a Mrs Robert I Langford Olt Rh mond St Mrs Sarah Maret and little grand daughter Laura Hiatt are with Mr and Mrs Henry Catron near Stanford- C A Davis has returned to Raton New Mexico after spending two months here with his father- V A B Davis Dee Cummins the popular Live Stock Inspector for this county is a very busy man these days inspecting sheep We understand Jim Houk will leave Jamestown Ind ami move to North Salem Ind and engage in the mercantile business Miss Ella Thompson and nephew Master Earl Thompson of Danville were with the family of their uncle F L Thompson during the week Dr W A Jones was here during the week and tells us he will locate at Wildie He has been practicing at Union City Madison county for a year or two LOCAL Classy Clothing for young men at Fishs Nearly every man has some sort of kick coming against his home townThe 1911 school per capita has been placed at 440 the largest ever made Plans for the new building at Langdon dormitoiy will Le complete soon Round irip Lancaster Kv 19 Aug ii and 12 limited to Aug I4th account of Lancaster Colored fair Round trip Louisville Ky 3 98 Sept 9 to 6 inclusive limited to Sept aoth account Kentucky State Fair An eleven year old child of Charley Adams died Sunday morning It had been an invalid from infancy On account of the repairs at the Christian church Sunday school will be held in the court house Sunday morning HEW FONEsEdgar Mullins residence No 35 S Mrs Sue Butner boarding house No 6I Add to your directory The Wildie kid nine playedwith tht Mt Vernon kid nine here last Saturday Score 22 to 7 in favor of Mt Vernon Fast game sure George Owens the monument man is constructing a rubbing machine He says it is for rub bing marble and not for rubber necks Ground has been broken for foundation for addition to graded school building Lumber is coming in and work in erection will be pushed Wm Owens the Burr merchant bought during the six months lending June 30th 154 cases or eggs and received 596 22 for them- HIATTMrs Eliza Hiatt age 53 wife of Allen Hiatt of near Hiatt post office this county died after a lingering illness on Thurs ofIier bank of Broadhead and Miss Minnie Hiatt left to mourn the death cfa good Christian wife mother and neighbor whose spirit hath taken its fligqt to that celestial home beyond the skies The burial took place at Oakhill on Friday Mast L IGoto Fishs CHEAP for Boys Good IChas C Davis has purchased known as the Stevens property on Richmond St from Rev M G Fish and will build a bungalow on it S T Proctor has about com pleted the residence of J A Oliver at Livingston and willsoon begin on the Graded School building addition An intangible and anconfirmed rumor is to the effect that Mace Dowell was condemned to be electrocuted in some Southern state Dowellwas at one time in business at BrodheadNOTICEAll parties indebted tore will please call and settle ac count at once This means you if you owe me W C KHRBY Mt Veruon OMITTED FONKS By oversight te tollowing fonos were omitted from telefone directory of July ist E R Gentry offnce No 9 S Me hack Gentry residence No 70 I Pease write them in your direct ory Preaching at the Presbyterian Church next Sunday Morning service n oclock Subject Scarcely saved Evening ser vice 745 oclock Subject The Divinity of Christ Everybodx welcome The Allrite Coal Lumber Co have filed a deed of trust in our County Clerks office for 500000 f r whim lands will be issued and proceeds applied in developing mines and lumber interests in and about Johnetta and Eastern Rock castle county FORSALEOne twelve horse power boiler and engine one set of 24 inch French Burrs one 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 64t Mt Vernon Ky Special excursion via QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE in connection with C O Ry July 22 Norfolk Va old Point Comfort Va and Virginia Beach Va The round trip fare will be 14 65 from Junction City Final limit to return until August 5 1911 For full information call on any Ticket Agency or address W A Beckler General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio To talk about our prejudices is to fan them into flameself there is any person to whom you feel dislike says the wise Ceci that is the person of whom you ought never to speak Anger and dislike cloud thejudgment and lead to exaggeration ol the faults and shortcomings of those against whom we are prejudiced Speak ing the truth in love is really the only way to speak truth at all NARROW ESCAPE Tink Owens the veteren driller at W J Sparks Co crusher at Sparda near town came near losing ht5 life Wednes day afternoon while tamping a stick of dynamite in a hole in a rock The dynamite exploded and tore a hole in his hand and some small rocks landed auhis head which made some very painful and ugly wounds This hole in the rock was already loaded heavy with dynamite and there was a box of d nn mite near by and workingithis did not explode at this time Mr Owens has been at this business ten years or more but this is his first serious accident NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Bids will be received at the office of W J Sparks in Mt Vernon Ky for the bonds of the Mt Vernon Graded Common School to the amount of 300000 par value until noon August 1St 1911 These bonds wore authorized by an election held by the legalvoters of Mt Vernon Graded Common School district June 24thVign and bear 5 percent interest payable annually one year from the date of issue and run for 20 years unless the Board of Trustees of the district should elect to pay them sooner as provided by law and these bonds will not be sold for less than their par value as provided by the laws of the Stateof Kentucky providing for their issue W J SPARKS Pres iVG BAKER Secyr InUOUHMr and and handsome little son of Mt Vernon visited homefolks here first of the week Miss Elizabeth IjaJ B Pike is in Livingston this week oii business Miss Susie Cable is visiting her brother at MarcellusMiss Ida Mae Adams visited Mr and Mrs 0 A Frith last weekR S Martin Tobacco Factory will begin work nest p Monday iVernon IVilIiemerman were in Crab Orchard Monday Miss Elizabeth Storms t entertained last Monday evening in honor of her guest MssStample ton those that wee present lion out of town were Mr and Mrs Ja- M Roberts of Gum Sulphur Messrs Dillon and Smith of Cral i Orchardand Jamie Thompson o1 Mt VernonDr G M Frith was in Mt Vernon Sunday Miss Etta f a lt has begun t aching at Chestnut Grove Clyde Watson Calloway Rose Pit e Hickory Grove and Brvon Owens at Copper Creek We all hope they will have successful schools Brodhead should feel proudof her young teachers as ome of them hold among the best certificates in the county John Sigmon has returned home after visiting in Corbin Several ot the young people from here at tended the dance at Crab Orchard last Friday eveningMessers Mullins Craig and Thompson have shipped several car loads of hogs from here this week Several from the country are bringing their wheat into town to be ground by the Brodhead Roller Mills which works day andnightMr and Mrs Casper Adams and Mrs Sadie Moore and daughter Louise of Mt Vernon visited Miss Martin last Sunday Gertrudel Frith is visiting in Master James Howe of Richmond is with his cousin Edgar Dunn Nesvland Miss Mead Barton is visiting in Monticello and Somer set Woodyard Owens is at home for a few daysBlackberries are good and ripe now Hundreds ot gallons are being shipped every week by James F thO C Wilmott of KnoXville Tenu is wth homefolksWm Evans was in Marethl1r Sl11dayMiss Ora Brown who has Ierltnlin J T Cherrys store has resigned and returned homeMrs Daisy Hunt and children visited in Maretburg last Saturday and Sun dayBrodhead has a five and ten cent store go and take a look Madame Rumor sas theres to be a wedding soon Are you a good guesser D There are days when everything goes crisscross Such days ifwe will cnly think them out honestly are usually the result of wrong or careless or overworked yesterdays The most foolish things to do is to blame others for them and the rhymers question is a fair one Do we ever stop to consider When everything seems to go wrong That the fault we think is anothers Has been our own all the day long- Thomas Dolan on trialat Lexington for the killing of Alderman P T Mooney claimed on the witness stand that he killed Mooney in selfdefense There is more catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together and until the last few years was sup posed to be incurable For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed constantlyfatling pronounced it inDurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore re quires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured bvF J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional takenIdirectlyIonof the system They offer our itIcircularsIAddress F J CHENEY Co OhIoSoldTake Halls Family Pills for con siipaiion 3 p F I IIrecommended your out of I a tell the I If I I I treatment and berlains It will the and the to a tion For sale by C At the sale of held by T S Cooper near J B bought the of the herd of for 15 the of a bull Mr the ot the tor is said to the highest ever for a cow on a you a of berlains and oea It is to be and cant be obtained on the cars or For sale by C ate ftl Stores This is the I was of walking always on toes and J seamless and now I wear the JE SS smileWe recommend to all men who demand fit t1 and wear 25c of wear and for 25c of coin I DONT RUTi YOUR I I FOOT IN IT I IKeep IHosiery It wouldnotbefoundonSaleatThere new ones free if months make pleasure CounterLet Take stops darn to the they last I J i Mt II 1Mii Way r w or Sprains require careful Keep quiet apply Cham Liniment freely remove soreness quicklv restdre parts health condi Davis Jersey cattle Allentown Pa Haggin king Noble Oaklands 000 record price Jersey Haggin also paidan other record price securing Lady Viola queen herd 7000 against sharp This be price paid Jersey Never leave home journey unless have bottle Cham Colic Cholera Diarrh Remedy almost certain needed when board steamship Davis Our point tired bare heels celebrated stocking them style finish worth style worth were is no taking in Hosiery IThe Bright scow In Vernon MIDSUMMER VACATION TO IVIlIVIIVIQ1f7aeAV E TRIP FROM 435ROUNDVERNON Stations Cbas Coopersburg competition Cbas GrAnteedlose- THURSDAY II IIHOW ABOUT YOUR WATCH DOES IT KEEP CORRECT TIME IF NOT 1 WHY NOT If you are having any such trouble about your watch oi clock just turn it over to ns and if it dries not run all O K it will cost you nothing We guarantee our work Give us a trial We do all kinds of soldering and repair work FRANK MOORE AT DRHO DAVIS DRUG STORE 0 MT VERNON KY I r ff L x 7 = Ji Do You Feel This Way 1gr rDoyou e lrlll tired out F Do you s6bietim B you just cant work away at your profcs AtT r sion or trade any longer Do you have a poor npc c itItC raid lay awcLe at nights unable to sleep P Aro 7 your nerves all gone and your stomach too Has am bition to fore ahead ia the world left you Ifso yoii Ij 4 might as well put n step to ycur misery Yea ccn do it if t you will Dr Pierccs Golden Mcdical Discovery will iqj Imake you a different individual It will set your lazy liver It will set things right in your stomach end Irhii your petite vM come back It vrill purify your blood I I Ii there i nay tendency in your family icward consumption i + i2I It WIll keep that dread destroyer away Even after con sumption hn3 chnost gained a foothold in the form of a lingering cough bro cbl s or Lie Is1 rt the lungs it will bring about a x cure in 98 per ccnc ell cases It a n remedy prcparcd by Dr IL V Pierce- of Buffalo N1W WHose advice a bcn free to ell who wish to write him His 7r great success has come from Lie wide experience end varied practice Dont be wheedled by a pennygrabbing dealer ito taking inferior substi tutes for Dr Pierces medicines recommended to be just as good Dr Pierces medicines are OP COMPOSITION Their every ingredient printed on their wrappers Made from roots without alcohol Contain no habit forming drugs Yorlds Dispensary Medical Association Buffalo N Y i 1 Young WomenFRead what Cardui did for Miss Myria Engler of Farlbault Minn She sayscc Let me tell you how much good Cardui has done me As a young girl I always had to suffer so much with all kind of pain Sometimes I was so weak that I could hardly stand on my feet I got a bottle of Cardui at the drug store and as soon as I had taken a few doses I began to feel better Today I feel as well as anyone can iiEtCAre you a woman Then you are subject to a large number of troubles and irregularities peculiar to women which in time often lead to more serious trouble A tonic is needed to help you over the hard places to relieve weakness headache and other unnecessary pains the signs of weak nerves and overwork For a tonic take Cardui the womans tonic You will never regret it for itwill certainly help you J Ask your druggist about it He knows He sells it Wri to Ladles Advisory Dept Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanoogn Tenn for Special instructions and Mpage book Home Treatment for women sent free J 59 t I uWE j USE TAKE ARDUI Made in Louisviflc byCHAS C STOLL OIL CO ml- lB orders by Wire Filled i W AI S f Vernon Mnnumenal WORKS I M DEALER n Marbles and and Granite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished on application GEO OWENS Piopr Phone 112c qouttand Lodge Directory COURTS Circuit Court 1st Monday in January 4 weeks v4th Monday In April two weeks 3rd Monday iu August three weeks Quarterly Court 1st Honday iu each month Couuty Court 4th Monday in each mouth Mt Vernon Police Court 3rd Monday in each month LODGES Ashland Lodge NbG4o F A Miieets on the 2nd and 4th Monday in each month at 730 p Jit Tern on Boyal Arch Chapter meets at i2jJ m on the 1st Monday in each mouth Landrum Council No 69 meets 3rd Moo day in eachinonth at 730 p m Franklin Chipter Order Eastern Star meets 2I1d and 4th Thursdays at73i m Mt Vernon Lodge No 319 L 0 OF meets every Saturday evening at 7pclock j The- WomarfsTonlc I DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE And dont have to grease but once a week I iNTAK i Our line of Couch Caskets W is unexcelled Handmade Coffins furnished Hearse sent to all parts of r lie County 8 IAll QQXI Promptly IMounl anufacturer J C MeCLARYNII- ERTAER and EMDAUV1E Stanford Kv C C Williams ATTORNFYATLAW MT VERNON KY OTheBankofMt givertoPhone No 80 W T FRANCIS DentistMt Home and office in the late residence Dr Myers formerly occupied on Old Main St Mt Vernon R W DYCHE DENTIST MT VERNON KY Office residence on Main St Qro vnand Bridge Work a Specialty Work guaranteed yY = c NOiLE lDL NADOwooKtrctTh yIn t Dogs and sheep dont mix Keep your chicks on dry ground Fodder corn should not be neg lected Roots should always be a part of the rations of dairy cows A wet yard is an abomination in the sight of a wellbred hen Use the sliepherds crook as little as possible at or before lambing The pigs should have glean pure water always at hand day and night Providing a man knows his business the brood mare is the most profitable farm worker Baby beef Is not more common because stock raisers generally are not stock breeders From the dairy standpoint the best time in the year for a cow to freshen is the month of September Just one setting of thoroughbred eggs may be the means of working a revolution in your poultry business If a nelfer is to make the best dairy cow she should freshen when she is from two years to thirty months old Newly hatched dueklings can be brooded without heat in a box coop at this season and if well fed will grow scalper shovel is best for corn cultivation as the deep running oldstyle shovel injures the feeding rootsDairy butter should be packed in fivepound jars and ten and twenty pound tubs to sell to the best ad vantage If a ewe aborts remove her at once from the lambing shed burn all litter bedding etc and thoroughly disin feet the pen No extensive grower of potatoes can xfford to do without a breeding patch rom which to secure seed stock for his own planting Orchard grass should be cut just as conas the blosoms fall and crimson lover when about twothirds of the blossoms turn brown All sprays after the first should be very fine and so applied as to lightly cover the entire surface of the fruit and foliage with the liquid The subject of cutting back young trees when planting is an old one tad the ideal one in favor of which much has been said and written It Is commonly believed that a warm iorse should not be given water to irink which is correct If the animal s to be allowed all that he will drink Some turkey growers who cater toI special hotel and club house demands eek to improve the flavor of the flesh- y Introducing wild blood Into their 1400pound mule Is becoming i popular draft animal He is tough eats less than a horse of the same weight and if sound will sell for 300 or better Alfalfa sown In the fall Is almost In arlably helped by disking the follow ng spring with the disks set quite traight so as not to cut the crowns mt to split them Corn and corn meal are carbona eous matter similar In composition o that of cream and there Is no feed hat a calf likes so well as shelled orn or corn meal Potatoes should be either put over in inch and threequarters screen or ssorted so as not to have anything inder an Inch and threequarters In he stock sent to market A good mower oil Is made by mix ng at about 120 degrees the ordi ary thin oil and the heavy dark grade f this does not run freely file off n naifInch of the snout of the oil can Many a good spirited young horse as his value greatly lessened if he 9 not ruined by being compelled to vork beside a slow lazy mate or me that Is so much stronger that to eep up with him requires a constant train All live stock owners should apply he tuberculin test to their cattle and f any react which would Indicate that they were tubercular they should be eparatcd from the balance of the lerd as this will prevent further read of the dlsenre V A PEEK NTO HIS POCKET would show the boxof Buoklins Atuica Salve that ES Loper a carpenter of Marilla N Y Iways carries I have neve hadWeut wound bruise or sore it would not soon he I1 lie writes Greatest bealerof burns boils scalds chapped hands and lips fvversores skin eruptions eczema cprnsand piles 25cts at Chas GrDavS fi C 1ti thi ftutnmer il UIIi1corhi Cfop Insurance Daiff inch should hot neglect Brfcfid ing A mixture of dead Seed can easily be detected by the color The standard remedies against rout worms are poisoned baits The range of prices between poor and really good fruit is very great IMilk Is most conveniently pasteur ized In the bottles in which It is de kicking and straining of a caught ewe heavy In lamb may cause her to abort Look to thegarden Plant a succession of vegetables to last through the winter months To put a heavy load on the low down wagon IsR lowdown trick on the willing horse A sanitary barn should have from four to six square feet of windowspace for each cow kept More beef can be produced from young cattle than from older ones with the same money The price of small cattle of high finish is practically as high as that of larger and coarser ones Calves fed on whole milk are the best for baby beef for they are in good flesh at weaning time- Cutout the useless brush in old trees and give the sun a chance to reach every part of them The market fOl good horses con tinues good in spite of the ever In creasing number of IIf automobilesI you find It necessary to assist the ewe to deliver be sure to carbolize or vaseline the hands before operating Do not give the ewes turnips or other roots immediately after lamb ing its dangerous to both ewe and to lamb Large orchard trees will require from six to twelve gallons of spray for a thorough treatment at the first ap plicatlonIa nerv ous machine and requires warmth kindness and liberal feeding to make her profitable For a good egg lay feed plenty of green food and beef scraps and make the fowls scratch for their grain The eggs must come If milk is kept in a cool place and stays sweet too long it will be bitter and the result Is that the cream will make strong butter After having assisted In a bad case of lambing do not go to a healthy ewe until hands clothes etc have been thoroughly disinfected- In summer If there are no trees In he pasture which afford a sufficiency of shade some artificial shelters should be there provided To breed ewes early In the summer It is necessary to have them lamb early enough so that they may be dry before attempting to breed them ffll1lowingdams walking many miles during the hot weather Useless and poor busi nessAfter the first week of sleeping and resting the young calf should be lowed to exercise freely In the open air in order to develop muscles lungs and heart Get a horse with his shoulders thrown well back over his ribs and his neck rising out of the top of his shoulders and you have the finest element of style Common sense Is better than the best dairy Instruction of the day but It clearly shows a lack of common sense when a dairyman discards all recent investigations Laying hens should have a continual supply of clean fresh water to drink and the little chicks should never be without it from the time they are matched until fully grown It has been demonstrated that a light frost does not injure the quality of the silage provided the corn goes Into the soil before the leaf and stalk has lost much of Its moisture Dont be in too great a hurry to as stat a ewe to deliver her lamb you may do more harm than good be quite sure that she has absolutely given up before trying to help her In case a ewe disowns orrefuses to let her lamb suck sprinkle a little salt or aniseed pver the back and shoul dora pf the lamb this will often In duce the mother tp lick it and effect a reconciliation and in np way harms the lamb x A movable brooder can be placed 15 almost any kind of house out as In tenor arrangements must be somewhat different for adult stock and for brood er chicks brooders are not often pu in houses also used for adult stock ex cept colony houses PARSONS POEM A GEM From Rev H Slubenvoll Alli KingsNewhealth kindsjyouveKINGS And be eUagaifi Only 25ct at Chas C Davis OH Ilj ron CryF- ORJLETCHER CASTO RIA ir riJ NBJ1iMvnlution I Tbe f Pfwi lent Simont Government in Haiti has 4 reached the acute stage Chriti 1nSc1llItits will be asked to contribute to a memorial fund for their founder Mrs Mary Baker G hlIySWith commodities consider tltincreased about 19 per cent The president of the Texas Sheep Growers Association pit diet disaster to that industry it Texas if Congress passes a free wool bill The International Missionary convention of the Christian Church in session at Portland Ore selected Louisville for the convention to bs held in 1912 Tuesdav witnessed the heaviest ales of otttn in months on the New Orleans Exchange The slump in August rotten of almost 2 50 per bale caused a sensation James Buckner convicted of the murder of Policeman Roby at Lebanon Ky was electrocuted inside the walls of the penitentiary annex at Kddyville Saturday Alonzo Steel tire last survivor of the battle of Sun Jacinto IP vhich Texa secured her indenend ence was found dead Saturday at Thornton Tex He was given a military and State funeral SundayWithin a week or ten days a treaty between the United States and Great Britain is expected to be signed The pact will provide E IEarisingincluding every of national honor 5 At a hearing in Philadelphia E Monday in the case ofthreeofficja1s of fourteen alleged fraudulent fire insurance companies a i9vearold boy told of being president of two companies and secretary ofa third at IEDcampaign in the Ninth district with a barbecue at Lower Blue Lick Springs Speaker Champ Clark Senator John Sharp WillS iams and Congressman Ollie James will be urged to attend Proof of the existence of con tracts between the United States E Steel Corporation and other steel companies to restrain trade will probably be produced by the E Stanley Steel Investigating Com mittee The jury in the case of Herbert Cobb who was on trial at Hopkins E ville for the alleged murder of his sweetheart Miss Ella Cravens returned a verdict of guilty fixing his punishment at life imprison ment When Mark Twain In his early =days was editor ofa Missouri paper a superstitious subscriber wrote to him saying that he hid found a spider in his paper and E asking him whether thit was a sign of good luck or bad The hulhorist wrote him this answer E and printed it E Old Subscriber Finding a E spider in your paper was neither i2 good luck riot bad luck for you E The spider was merely looking over our paper to ee which m merchant is not advertising so that he can go to tint store spin E his web across the door and lead E q life of undisturbed peace ever afterward IE KENTUCKY FAIR DATES E The following are the ates fixed E for holding the Kentucky Fairs 7J for 1911 as far as reported = Alexandria September 55 days Barboursville Aug 303 days Bardstown Aug 304 days = BRODHEAD Aug J63 days Burkesville Aug 154 Erlanger Aug 224 days E Falmouth Sept 274 davsmFern Creek Aug i6 Frankfort Aug 294 days Germantown Aug 243 days tHodgenville Sept 53 days = Horse Cave Sept 204 days Lawrenceburg Aug 154 days 1Leitchfield Aug 15 4 days Lexington Aug 76 days l London Aug 224 days Ky State Fair Louisville Sept n 6das E 7lMMount Oliver Sept 54 days Paris Sept 55 days Shepherdsville A 1K224 days Somerset Aug 30 3 days Uniontown Aug 8 5 days VanceblirgV Aug 94 dais Versailesi AUg 23dayS vt V I1J pIhI ALcOU0L 3 PER CENT AYceabtePreparaitonfo s similalintheFoodandRegutiL L5 PromotesDigesUonClieerfiil- ncssandRestConlainsneit1r- OpiuntMorphine norfiaeraL 041L11NOT NARCOTIC gM asvae IIizszsdUl eeItionSourStOlfladtBLaC 2 WormsConvuIsiousIeVCrLSt- tII 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