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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r l f tt t a O tjr J r if 1 w r f 4 P blis ed Every Fridayr XXIV MT KY JULY 28 1911 44 W OFFERS MANY Brodhead Ky July 24 t9it Mr Albright I am not much of a writer as I never had to write anything that was to be published but as I know there is a big future for Rockcastle county if the farmers will work right and cultivate their lands properly and the business people advertise the advantages ot this county I feel like I want to say a few things I came to Rockcastle many years ago and at once say wha could be done by proper work I bought a very cheap farm one that no one else would hardly have and II begun in a systematic wav to im- proVe t It Hall pow in a high state of cultivation but I made it better every yeari worked hard and that work has borne me good results All of my ground is much richer than when I begun to cultivate it Tbetronbl has been with the farmers of Rockcastle that thev did not to k enough to the im provemeut of them By close at tention and industry the farming lands of this county can be made to look much better and bear a much larger yield each year The lack of interest in the farms and the bad appearance of them is due to the poor schools and bad roads we have had The farmers have no pride in their farms be cause ot the extreme bad roads Wherever you see bad roads you see poor farms and the better the roads the more interest the farmers take in their lands and the more farms pay Better roads and bettr schools will encourage this work aad those in authority should beI more active in having these The magistrates are naturally looked to as being the leaders in 1nunivnou innLnn IVOLUME VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY FRIDAY DUMBER JAMES MOORE VALUABLE SUGGESTIONS ther roads and in the building of bridges Both of these have been very greatly neglected They have the power to levy the tax and tc work the roads as will as to build the bridges and more at tentiou by these officers should be paid to the improvement of our highways for that is the very first step toward the improvement in the fertility as well as the looks of cur farms Without good roads aud better schools the great majority of the farmers will continue to take little interest in the development of our lands Our livestock has improved in spite of the bad roads and the indifferent farm ing More people are taking interest in improving their stock than at any time since I come to this county and it shows what can be done if the farmers will only goodIto maintain and much more profitable when you comeo sell IThe farmers should take a deep in every question that effects the farm and as good roads a e so necessary cpr profitable farming the farmers and laboring people should rise up and demand the improvement of our roads There should be a strong farmers association having for its purpose the building upof tie farms country schools and good roads All of these things will benefit the farming class With better roads will come improved farms and better schools and much better opportunities for our children to get an education With first class pikes the old log school wiil be doue away with bousesI their places will be seen ventilated and attractive school buildings with properly qualified teachers with mnoh larger dlsI tricts Rockcastle is much behind the times in allof these things but by a proper cultivation of the ground the improvement of our schools and roads she can be made one of the best counties in the state Vithout good roads 3 4 00 values 5 to 2 50 value H se pO nd2 farmers cannot secure the best re sults for their labor and have very poor chance of properly educating their children Bad toads makes the distance to market much Jonger and harder and home seekers who are to travel over them It prevents the children from getting higher education am proud that we are about to build one pike but Iis there not some way by which we can build more Yours for better farming JAS W MOORS WASHINGTON LETT ANI1IPARTJAL G W Burton special agentof the tariff board who is now traveling in Europe exact to be used as the b e is an Aldrich standpatter on the tariff and was undoubtedly seclected because of this qualification Burton on the side has been writing letters back for publication ii the Los Angles Times A high protectionist paper This impartial exact information in a recent letter declared that Your tariff revision demand fellow Americans is a fad rn another letter excoriating the whole tariff revision this impartial investigator made this judicial and carefully weighed ooservaiiou The merchants of our country who are so for lower duties in order to get the cost of living reduced should stop making so muchnoist until they learn what they are talk tug about All of which is in terestiug in view of the fact that Payne Aldrich rates until this G W Bur torhas told it what it ought to do ICnlCKENS COMING HOME TO ROOST for many years the paid a handsome rental for theusc of the Union building in washing 1 00 69 or go iira 50 S3 OQ eis it ton It now that one of the owners of the building is a of Senator IJale and that Senator har inserted in the Senate bill and item which the to lease the Senator Hale also caused millions of dollars of public money to he on a naval shore station off the coast of Main the bulk of which was sheer waste The mission this vard was to provide z place for Senator Hales henchmen Nor was tbata1l While Senator was iu exercise of almost unlimited power iu time Senate chairman ot the his sour Frederick Hale secretly received a fee o 85 000 out the secret service fund for alleged labors in to fix a Canadian boun dary No one can find out what young Hale actually did to earn this 5 ooo and other acts of Mr Hale while he was Senator justify the demand that he be given an he will demand in justice to himself It mod esty restrains him the may be forced upon him by one of the House TRUST BUSTING dolars was the ammount paid B Kellogg the between i9 7 and 1911 It is believed that Kellogg received as much if not more from the trusts It was before the Stanley that in one instance he received fees from the steel trust being paid by the to pros ecnte Its friend ally the oil B another trust buster received 864 ooo from the public for his in the tobacco and coal rail road cases Iu all the speu more than 3 000 000 in ten years for trust busting and the trusts are still with seeoeorre eeie-a eeorieee 0 e e oorso eooc s 0 sooe eo ooeeuoa eoeoo eeeo8 It 9 eo a oSe 0188 0 0 e eaeOilOQIJfIoesQa caoee9f3ee 4 eO2 ee t ees cee86ie8GtI eav ee- ooo 1 GREAT CASHRAISING SALE eso 1J 9e j a eee e- e E eoeYeae This has been one of the most sales ever held in this country ise eee- eee ee e eee less values we are our to close out our and Goods I Throngs of People this Sale Daily coca ee as Advertised I ie o the price had we make these cut values ever sold in Mt VeruonIwtseeeell 0 eov e the whole story sQe BOYS SUITS Fineblue sergesuits 50and 298 Childrens suits size 8200and I98Ce HATSe Etcei 00 values choice 98c discourages compelled I RIINVESTIGATOR gathering information Raslspublicans questions investigator gathering suggestion inadvisedly OongressI impartial investigator government Visit SHIRTS Mensfine 3 for 2005- 0c and 75c values all tat 37c J J98HAt National 2 and values 198 Sntton McBoe e eeoeeear sae- e reeee s eeeee- eeeS a ee 0 e a e e 0 ee Iii l r1 i e developes principal daughterinlawj approptiation compelled government building expended expenditure principal performed political as appropriations committee ol diplomatic helping line These to explain Perhaps it opportunity investigating committees EXPENSIVE Fiftynine thousand Frank Republican trustbuster bvtvernment developed government and while trustJ MeRevnolds treasury sejryices carrying Republicans j us 0 geese00 0900e000d000e e successful giving and determination Spring Summer mii im Every thing Found Just Wecut prices represent thebest 98c shouting shirts value cents eeeeeeese opportunity committee e 0 MENS ODD eee deeee PANTS eeoe 00 Greatest bargains in sold in Dea pants ever eoe this countrye9 ee3oo00 Beavalueseo F4 1mI8 es Big lot of J 50and eeo 20p values all go in i Saeo S j 9Sc S S S ee- eee i 298 HATS r I Stetsons 3 50 and 4 00 values for 9e0 ee 11110 DREAD John Robius has been on the sick listMiss Gertrude Martin is visiting in Mt VernonMiss- Rosa Pike and Christie the Pork Peddler were in Crab Orchard SundayMrs Teen Jasper of Fla visited Mrs Lou Storms first of the week Charley Hurt and F Francisco were in Mt Vernon WednesdayMrs B Hilton visited here Sunday and MondayMisses Mattie Pigg of Richmond ard Ada Ireland of Maysville are the guests of Miss Miranda TateMiss Sa die Richards and Tuck Bowling of Mt Vernon were in town Sun dayMr Per Sheltons cow was killed by the train last Friday Masters Roht and Wra Cass have returned home after a three weeks visit in Crab Orchard and Stanford Bro G M Roberts of Kemp Ill was in town last Monday Mr and Mrs J B Pike and Mr and Mrs R H Hamm attended the Lancaster Fair Thursday Misses Stella and Anna Griffith of Ford visited Mrs J R Cars Tuesday and WednesdayMiss Catharine Edwards is visiting Miss Hazel Albright Uncle Pood Hurt hes been ill but is better now Mrs Daisy Hunt is clerking in J Thos Cherrys store Miss Eva Albright visited Miss Edith Moore in the country las- tweekLast Saturday evening several of the young people en joyed a hay ride to the party at Maretbarg given by the Misses McCall They all sayUncle Jops is the place to go to have a good time and are going back again soonMiss Anna Cass is visiting in StanfordSeveral from here are attending the Institute at Mt Vernou this weekDont forget Aug 16 i7 and ISAllen Barnett has returned home after a three weeks trip thru the centrrl part of Ky advertising for Georgetown College Mr Barnett will leave for Oxford England the fst of Sept to enter school having re ceived the Rhodes scholarship last yearMr and Mrs Chas Davis Shirley Tate and Floyd Miller and J W Rider of Mt Vernon were in town undayMrs Amy Ed wards and Mrs Sarah Pigg ard son Leslie are visiting Mrs J W Tate this weekMisses Jewel Francisco Etta and Elmva Frith were in Mt Vernon yesterday Mrs Walter Turpin is visiting in Livingston IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES For the Eastern District of KentucKY In the matter of John 8 J M Jones J Bankrupts On this 33 day of July A D 19 on considering the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge filed on the 22 day of July A D 191 1 it is ordered by the court that hearing be had upon the same on the 22 day of Aug A D 19 fl before said court at Covin ton in said district at 10 oclock in the fore noon or as near thereto as practicable and that notice thereof be published in The Mt Vernon Signal a news paper printed insaid district and all known creditors and other per sons in intereat may appear at said time and place and show cause il any they have why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted Witness the Honorable A M J Cochran judge of said Court and the seal thereof at London in said district on the 22 day of July A D 1911 JW Menzies Clerk By Geo C Moore D C r KILLMoRR THAN WILD BEASTS The number of people killed yearly by wild beasts dont ap proach the vast number killed by disease germ Nolife is safe from their attacks Theyre in air wat er dust even food but grand pro tection is afforded by Ecleatric Bit tern which destroy and expel these deadl disease germs from the sys tern Thats why chills fever and aj us nil malaria and many blood clu eases yield promptly to this wonderful blood purifier Try them and enjoy the glorious health and new strength theyll give von Money back if not satisfied Only SQC at Chas C Davis drugstore r Oliildren Cry FOR FLETCHERS C STOR lA J i x 4 Established rfl887 BROWN MEMORIAL INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL WILL OPEN THE SECOND WEDNESDAY IN SEPTEMBER Langdon Dormitory already one of the most attractive homos to be found in any school is to he 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 Music Her work nee is no recommandation to the people of Mt Yer Zion 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 department is an important part of a girls education and is a marked feature of the institution Announcement as toother 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 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 once as no place will be re served after the above date but will be given to those who first applyTerms are as follows Board and Tuition in Langdon Dormitory 8100 per year Tuition in High School 325 per Mo Grades 250trII Kindergarten 200II II II Music 3200 per year 8 mo 7 A few scholarships are available but only to those who na51f and deserve them and apply in timenArrangement 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 about our work and if Brown Memorial Industrial School appeals to your as one worthy of your patronage address for information and for application blanks f fviiss HOSE McCORD Principal c 1tTTernonl7y f 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 VIS sea eFor sale by Chas C DaI to GIRL IN LINCOLN A Lincoln Neb girl writes I had been ailing for some time with chronic and stomache trouble I began taking Stomache and Liver Tablets and in three days I was able to be up and got better right along I am the girl in Lincoln to find such a good medcine For sal by Chas C Davis ALLOUTDOORS INVITES YOUR KODAK 200 6500 HAPPIEST constipation Chamberlains proudest 1 ASK 1f FOR CATALOG Kodak means progressive pleasure the pleasure of taking 3the pictures plus the greater pleasure of possessing 0 Ithem CHASC DAVIS iLEADING DRUGGIST i Phone 39 MT VERNON KY IEx3 DELPHI WEBB i 0 r Real Estate ldi Town an arm Proper ou t If you wanta good farm Icall snd tee our list 4v List your property ith us for sale Office In Masonic Buildilg D LPH WEBB JulyG2m LIVINGSTON KYim 3 S r- 7 v n tiws 9aM lhiriiiiuerrriir IGNAL FRIDAY July 38 rgit Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YtAR Ioo- Advting rates made known o a licalion IMEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION DEMOCRATIC TICKET For United States Senator OLLIE M JAMES For Governor JAMES B McCREARY- For LieutenantGovernor EDWARD J McNKRMOTT For AttorneyGeneral JAMES S GARNhTT 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 Court of Appeals ROBERT L GREENE This is the last day ofa very happy and successtul annual meet ing of our Rockcastle teachers Sacred is your work and wellwe hope you will perform it This paper is much interested in every effort you make to advance the cause ofeducation and to improve our schools We hope that your stay among us will be long remem bered for the pleasure had and the information and inspiration gained and that you will resume your duties with a much stronger de termination to give your pupils the very best service possible The SIGNAL wish every one of you health wealth and happiness and may Gods riohest and rarest bless ings be yours LET all remember that Saturday week August the 5th is the dis trict election for school trustees throughout Rockcastle Get busy and select your best man that we might have better schools by first having better trustees The best political wor keys say you cant tell from what a man says what he will do 1You cant make a compliment big enough to suit some people Rockcastle pass to the express company 3500 per year for anst portation of whisky and other intoxicating liquors The cost of the liquors at shipping point amount to more than 12000 The amount expended for drink coming in by freight car not be ascertained but an es itnate places it at something like 250 making total ofi18000 si em e c ear nv the citizens of our county This county has been in prohibition Gist for more than a quarter of a entery and the above facts is a lamentable showing tho there is no doubt the situation would he much wove under a license system Prohibition will labor under difficulties so long as the interstate commerse act remains in the present form allowiug rail roads and express companies tt carry liquors from one state into another ADDIiiuNAL LOALS Mt Vernon has time flourishing Sunday Schools Plans for the new buildings at angdon dormitory will be com pleted sor Eldera vjm dosed an interesting o days meeting atI Gum Grove with one cote and baptism Ground hay been brutten fir foundation for addition to Guided School buildiig Lumber is coming in and work on its election will be pushed Round trip ticket to Lexington Kv for 270 September n to i6ih limited to Sept 19th account of Agricultural and Mechanical Association colored Eld A C Griffith will preach at Union Chapel on Saturday night before the first Sunday in August also Sunday and Sundaj night Gum Grove on Saturday night before the third Sunday ii August also Sunday and Sundaj night It is to be hoped that the stop page of street and other town im provements some months ago caused by unfortunate litigation may be resumed at an early date so as to take advantage of summer and fallweather ere Winter sets ilh We understand there is a movement on float with this point in view Concessions are likely to be made by both sides to the con troversy Prospects for building a ten mile railroad down Skaggs creek istto entries down Skaggs Greek country showing four or five feet veins that can be mined in the usualway there are at a depth veinsIness All this coal is of superior quality and when reached by a railroad Skaggs Valley will be a rich territory ci y O 7 J j ia il vne nlluce ui L ntnber Co successors to B Hill Cofjl Co n JolirtetU has located a number of splendid mines Round trip ticrt to Evansville Tndvfor 86r Aug 7th and 8 th limited to Aue 12th account of Modern Woodmen of America Dslrict Meeting I Rnnrl trp tic et to Frankfort Kentucky for 3 13 September 17 i t 19 72 limited to Sept 25th Account of Annuil State Convent ion Christian church in Kentucky Round trip ticket to Louisville for398Oct 15T6 and morning train Oct 17 limited Oct 23rd n account of Grand Vfge of VTasons and Grind Chapter of lasons of Kentucky Ifelephone users would consult- d ectorv rtad instructions and call n number it w mid help business i1 nti jr Nonsubscribers who ask tree accommodations in town ex change mIst give numbers when calling If caler is lazy or indo lent to look at directory to get numbers they need not expect new operators to hunt out numbers for them Cull Mc lute was prevailed UDO1 h Lei hbors once upon 11 time to relate some of his war exrerif ts Wed get up mornin at five oclock he beganI an hay breakfast Begin fight in u six knouk off at twelvt Bezin shootin nijin at one knock off at six and eat supper an turn in to slet p Every day the same old thing thats all To THE DEMOCRATS OF ROCK ASTIE The Democrats of Rock castle are hereby called to meet inI mass Convention in the Court house in Mt Vernon Saturday August i2 1911 at i oclock P M for the purpose of selecting dele gates to the State Convention which meets in Louisville Tuesday Aug isth to adopt a Democratic platform All Democrats are earnestly requested to be present C C FISH Chair Dem County com At a meeting of the Roekcastlt Repuhlican Convention beldln the court house here Wednesday a mass canvention was called to mee here on Saturday August 19 to name a candidate for the Legis LeJislaILaurelIto for at the November election There are two announced candidates Mr E B Thompson and Dr R G Webb with Mr A N Bent ly as a probable candidate- At the same time a mass convention was called for the 5th Mages tional district to meet at Red Hill school on Saturday Aug 12 to name a candidate for Justice of the Peace of said district on account r of the vacancy caused by the death of Chesley Payne said candidate tc be voted for at the November election 3K3P 3 x J SOME LEFT yWe still have some few articles in the list of bargains quoted 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 f Ladies Lowcuts and pumps in patent leather vici gunmetal and velvet price cut onehalf Mens Shoes at prices never before offered by this or any other store in Mt Vernon All 100 Underwear goes for 89c Mens 125 Hats for75cMens 100H HSOc i Best calico at 412c ydco Ginghams 5c to I Oc per yd Korean Silk in white and lavendar t sale price 35c cut to 1 9c Waist goods 30c values go at 17c per yd Pure white linen at 1 9c per yard We are offering many other bargains not quoted in this list Come in and examine All sales atthese prices strictly cash a J CHAS ByMcKEMZE MT VERNONt KY KY IJ Yr f rt j bi4 JLr ku hI hJl sJuj i OIICI J get sufficient Tf at li rriage is th3 mother of in E enliou alung Lire lures ut excuses Trusta man if you are sure he = will never have a chance to back on you oI P A man wltha fad would hesitate to bore even the Lord telling Him about it 6 The more a woman dies fur her husband the bigger he pride he can take in himself for letting c her Darn Tiuih ibthe name of an i AT zona newspaper published near one of the gieat irrigation IThepracticed at least as early as 7I3B C Athree vear old child of Steve Gray Brush Creek died Tuesday twelve hours after being attacked by cholera intanlum Circumstances make its iniprs sible for us to give a full report of he institute and therefore the re port will he given next wtekITV A C Morgan dice rt thp pp enr nose and throat and who fits glasses to cnr rjct any defect of vision will heat Miller hotel Mr Vernon Aug 4 t h andat Frith hotel Brorlhead Aurtcrac roTPonable DanvuleA n Cundiff for wiose body Emory River near Oakdale was dragged and later dvnamited ai rived upon the scene to dav He was surprised to learn of his death saving he had raei visiting in St Louis Eltnendorf farm near Lexington owned by James B Haggin will ion have in operation an ice cream riant with a capacity of eighty gallons per minute Ice cream will he sold in connection with the dairy Personally conducted excursion to Niagara Falls Lake Chautauqua Toronto Thousand Islands and Montreal Tuesday August ist via QUEENCRESENT ROUTE in connection with Big Four Route LAKE TRIPS Regular tickets reading via Big Four to Cleveland and L S M S Ry between Cleveland Buffalo in either di rection will be accepted for pass age on the Cleveland Buffalo Transit I Cos Steamers or North ern S S Co between Cleveland Buffalo Niagara Falls ex cursion tickets however are limited to special train going and there fore will not be available via C B steamers or Northern S S Co on the going trip but en return trip excursionists are in position to use C B steamers or Northern S S Co Buffalo to Cleveland Tickets are limited to return to 12 days from date of sale Ask Ticket Agent for particulars CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears thedSignature CaYMMCtM II A girl once said tome hIadore baseball I have a brother you know who plays on the Yale team What does he olay said L Well she S1idhI forget jest for the moment whether hes a foul tip or a high fly Hello Dabbs You like unotht r man after your vacation lam another man retorted the individual addressed My name sir is Dingbat Forty five years ago John Rose the veteran conductor was known as the boy trapper of Paint Lick Muskrats was his hobby Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIAHIS tnjlthe J r r ri i tirI c nn1 tH1HUnnnttnnHHtnn1nnnnnn1nUHHtnnnn nHn sflYiti4iititltitntHtHtnfntnHHU 601 NG 50IlltI e MeKEMZI E THE MT 3 UU1U1U1UHUHllUUHUH1U1UHUU1HHUU1U1U1UHUU1U1H1U1UUU Its poor policy to turn a deaf ear to the telephone One way to make money fast is to nail it to the floor Everybody offers explanations but few people believe them Wife Would you be lonely and miserable if I went away for a week Husband No not a bit im I wont go 11 am in hearty sympathy with old Brown to whom young Blacr said at a wedding A good wife can make a veritable angel of a man Yes thats so old Brown igreed My wife came neat making one of me with her first batch of biscuit Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIAJudge of Covington are with the Judges mother Mrs Mary Williams They will remain in Mt Vernon until after the willioms West Weddins which takes plsce on August 10 Oscar Wallen has purchased the resturant of Sowder Bros on Church street ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce R G VVELr as a candidate for Representative of Rockcastle and Laurel counties sub ject to the action of the Republican par ty We are authorized to announce E B Thompson as a candidate for Representative of Rockcastle and laurel counties subject to the action of the Republican party r Sai is now a summer as well as a winter remedy It has the same invigorating and strengthproducing ef fect in summer as in winter Try it in a little cold milk or water ALL DRUGGISTS s 111 A Let the good Dame yourbusiness advertising door When you keep your business a secret you are locking Mme Fortune out See us today about our ad rates Copyright mby W tr ua Guess its going some g to have reputation of selling the BES- TFormfure i i Rugs Carpets I and House Furnishings in thjs section of Ken tuckyThats what they all say al d I am proud to istatet I can prove it Til take pleasure in showing you the j NEWEST thats NEW = SFURNITURE MAN VERNON KY UUU U111111H11UIU1111U1 deartiViteThen GRANVILLE OWENS i I UNDERTAKER I iIBrodhead Ky I Jj L Ky t FOR SALEA house of four rooms a good wella grape arbor few peach and cherry trees On Old Main St Lack of Court house W T DAVIS Mt Vernon Ky For summer diarrhoea in child ren give Chamberlains Col c Cholera and Diarrlto a Remedy and castor oil and a speedy cure is certain For sale by Ch is C Davis POSTED Anyone guilty of trespassing on my property will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law MRS MAHAIA Jon S 2244ra Mt Vernon Ky ESCAPED WITH HIS LIFE Twentyone years ago I faced an awful death wries H B Mar tin Pot 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 best doctor in Georgetown S C for a year but could get no relief A friend advised trie to take Dr King New Discovery I did so and was completely cured I fee hat I owe my life to this grea goat and lung cureits posit- ivelY guaranteed for coughs colds I1dall bronchial affections soc1 ni t1 Trial bottle free at Cbas Davis Sculptor Weinman has practically completed the heroic statue of Abraham Lincoln which will be placed in therolunda of State Capitol J COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes All fWphon COLD DRINKSa WaterP L SANDERS v Crab Orchard i always f t Kentucky WANT A FARM It you do it will pay you to write us We have a great many desira hie farms of fertile productive soil located throughout Central and NorthCentral Kentucky in size from the smallest to the largest with corresponding prices Good 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 6 Central Kentucky Real Estate Company LBgAftOft aYJune 3041 a Dr Harvey W Wiley chief of the Bureau of Chemistry probably willnot be requested by President Taft to resign but will bere primandedrMexico strike of bread makersIis forcing the tortillas and the revival of the well nigh lost art of home brea makingchildren Cry r i FOR FLET4iE RS C ST ORf A k b L rifirl1 L fli GIA L YIr Vi RtiON KY July 28 I9 Z Call up No 79 when 79 you anttoComrnuniLcute with SIGNAL L 0aa OUSVLLC 8 R Co TIME TABLE 22 north 453 pm 24 north 352 a ml 23 south n38 a 21 Syuth I2I9amt TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No s8 I Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secondclass mail matter PERSONAL W J Sparks was in Chicago this weekIra J Holzclaw was here from Lancaster Sunday Walter Robins was up from Brodhcad yesterlay George R Furgerson is home a few days from Danville Miss Winnie Falin is the guest of Mrs G M Ballard on Ncvvcomb Ave L L Shadoan and manv others were Oer from Berea most ot the weekDave Thompson a prosperous farmer of B yle county was here SundayDr Owens of Pongo is furnishing the lumber for graded school building Miss Henry May James ot Richmond Is visiting Miss Blanche CrawfordMrs S P Hutchescn of Owing f ton is here visiting her daughter I Mrs M B Safin 1Mrs Margaret Grimes after a pleasant visit to her mother has returned to Lexington 1Misses Jewel Francisco and Etta the charming guest of Miss Virginia Davis Miss Estella Adams of Berea has been with Miss Virginia Davis during the Institute Jamie Thompson iswith the family of his uncle Andrew Thompson near Danville R A Sparks superintendent vrl J SparksCo is setting the new sand crusher machinery at Clur Ben H Griffin writes from New Orleans that he is pleased with his position book keeper for a sugar refinery Ben will make good Miss Leila Cress a daughter of Judge W R Cross of Monticello has been the attractive guest of Mr and Mrs Edgar Mullins during the week Misses Lou Phillips ot Wildie Maranda Tate of Brodheadand Mattie Pigg of Richmond were the charming guests of Miss Anna Tate during the week Mrs Sue Mnllins was here Wednesday on her way home from Quail where she has been tor past week at the bedside of her sister Mrs Martha Brown who has been dangerously ill but better now Mrs John W Brown left vester day for Washington D C where she will be joined bv her brother J C Conn of Texas and together with a party of friends will spend the next month visiting various places of interest throughout the east Rev Geo S Watson is the champion gardener of our town He has one of the prettiest gardens in the village His linn bean are especially fine Summer squashes or cymblins is that the way to spell it are much in evi dence The Parson is a worker Miss Frances Sparks has invite sixty friends to her beautiful home from4 to 6 oclock next Tuesday afternoon for a Miscellaneous Shower in honor of her cousin Miss Risse Williams who is tc be PuE married August loth to Mr James Coleman West of Louisville Miss Rose McCord is enter taining a house party this week in honor of the Senior Class of Brown Memorial School Those attending are Misses Henry May James of Richmond Ray Hunt and Eila Carson of Maretburg Uttie Huff and Maud Fleenor of Karlan Brossthead Frances Forbes Daisy Fish Blanche CraWford and Eunice Lindrum Messrs Robert Harry and Floyd Miller John D Bender son ChesterLandrum Rev Geo jWa tson John Jesse and Jones lrIV r MJ ri A C Spwder and joi Ntrtoa t were in town Monday W N Cornett and Eld A Cf Griffith were in Tuesday Charlev Adams was over from Berea a few hours Wednesday Miss Fannie Redd ot Crab Orchard is visiting Miss Rissie WilliamsMrs M Cress of Lin corn spent a few days with Mr and Mrs A C Hiatt on West Main Prof Joe Ireland was up from Stanford Mondayto visit the Rock castle teachers institute which is in session this week Miss Georgia Mce ron has been chosen as one of the teachers for the Graded School This leaves the primary department vet to fill R A Beazley and Miss Ruth Repert were over from Ravenwocd during tht week Miss Ruth h s been theguest of Miss Anna Mae MillerMr Robert Norton was in town Tuesday and said the road from this place to Wabd was in the worst condition that it hs been in for twenty years Daniel Sowder who was town marshal of Mt Vernon in 1866 when here a short time since took a drink from the old Spout Sprints the first since forty years ago The Editor and wife have beer Louisville for past ten day where they have their little laugh er Lucile under the c re of specialist The child is improving Judge R G illiams the disric attorney at Covington and his wife are here at his old home 01 a vacation taking a rest with old friends and acquaintances from his strenuous work as prosecutor of wrong doers and his large law practice The Judge has a host ol friends and admirers all over our county as well as throughout the state our people are alway pleased to meet and greet the Judge on account of his many noble qualities rfnd his hearty handshake and pleasant greeting He never forgets his home counts and is always found readv and more than willing to assist it advancing the interests of hu own and county not only in advocating improvements but is right on hands with the cash it aid thereof LOCAL BQLGo to Fish for the new styles iin Arrow Collars State bank inspector foundour two banks in fine condition Parcels post would save Rock castle more than 1 2000 per year J Fish is already showing and selling the new Fall styles in shoes Sowder the barber is having a new light plant installed in his shop Sowder Bros have sold their restaurant on Church St to O F Wallin Fishs Guaranteed Clothing are for young men and men who want to staj young Every citizen should insist upon his congressman voting for parcels post when it comes up before next session of congress The express companies have extortioned upon the people too long and have fought parcells past because rates would be cut in half it the bill is passedYour home merchants pay taxes to sustain local institutions keep up schools improve the roads and in fact are equally interested with the community in its development and progress When you send your money away from home to buy goods it goes from the com munity for good and helps develop the larger cities and render your own vicinity the poorer W J Sparks Co nave put in a new sand crushermachine at Cluro their plant tear Sinks and added Tiber shipping facilities This company has three stone crushing plant alss in this county and one at Riversburg Tenn They have 15o men employed at their various plants While the business is very large now it is growing larger as time passes They have a big trade in concreting stone which goes into the counties throughout central and northern parts of the State as well as South Eastern por tion These plants have proven of much benefit to our county and successFblishing such a flourishing business enterprise l = f Guaranteed sox atFishp r This office is using an extra printer on acount of heavy job work Gus Staverson raised 650 bush els wheat on his farm one and halfmiles west of town Henry Treadway and Miss Mat tie Baker of the Sparks Quarry neighborhood were married last week eXIpress65 cents for same service If this iutrobbery what is it John Mullius engaged as a co 1 shovelerat the Livingson railroad bins lost his right arm Tuesday afteinoon by its being caught be tween an engine cab nda coa chute which he was handling Tink Owens is up and about after his experience in dynamite ex pi lion last week He sae s you can iot keep a gcod dynamite man down though he might have been scattered had the full charge ex ploded A Democratic mass convention will be convend ft Mt Vernon at 2 PM on August 121911 to nominate delegates to State conven tion to be held in Louisville on August 15th for purpose of adopt ing a democratic platform George Owens the monument man assisted oy his son Fred has competed his rubbing machine for dressing marble and granite It is a success He constructed it from the scrappile left from the burned roller mill George is certainly genius at nearly any thing you put him at Chester Mullins a boy living near Mullins station was arrested Tuesday charged with having fired a shotgun at Mrs Sam Suttles Only one bullet took effect with Ii tie damage There had been some trouble between them on account of some hogs breaking into a gar len Trial is set before Square Singlett n lor tomorow To vn improvements in way of new sidewalks and street work has been on a standstill since the unfortunate muddle began over collection ofSI ecial license taxi It had hoped ere this to have had the matter settled so as to take advantage of the Goo I Old Summer time in the construction of concrete sidewalks culverts and grading and macadamizing streets Miss Rose McCord entertains most delightfuly the County teacl ers and the Womans Club of Mt Vernon at Langdon Domitory last Monday evening Miss McCord made a short but very catchy little speech of welcome to her guests after which Judge R G Williams was called upon for an address and Prof T A Houston responded to a request with several appropriate recitations Later in the evenng refresnments were served by Mis McCord which were tnoroughly en joyed Rev Geo S Watson and his mother were very valuable aides of the charming hostess County Judge Bethurum Tuesday ordered that James and William Richmond age 12 and 16 respecti vely be taken to school of Reformat Greendale They were charged with having made two attempts to wreck trains on the Lovisville S Nashville road near Mullins Stat ion this county Within the last Jew days The first obstructions were discovered and removed by a citizen the s Old consisting of halt a dozen fishplatesl were run into and scattered by a freight train with but little damage The boys did not deny the charge They said they were playing and left for home forgetting to remove the ob structions from the track They will be taken to Greendule today by Sheriff Nicely One of the leading businessmen of Livingston Mr Jacob Sam brooks was here Monday He complimented the town for its substantial growth and progress iveness He was particularly pleased with the great stretches of concrete sidewalks and culverts crossings etc r which the town board have had the nerve to have constructed Mr Sambrook didnt forget to mention that Mt Ver nons growth was attributed in a great part to the educational facilities found here and predicted that our growth would be much greater within next few years than for two decades past If this proves correct Mt Vernon will have a poj ulatton ofI oo J r before 1515 7 = 1ZV f Oct jath an i iand the dates I stet for holdng partners Institute at Mt Vernon The L N is repairing and ballasting thet aclc out of Brush Creek Getting ready for the Alluile Coal Cos operations Round trip ticket to Knoxville for 325 Sept 1219 and 26 only limited to seven days from date of sale Account cf Appalachian Exposition Uncle Henry Fish is visiting Wildie relatives In past flit y years he has traveled that many thousand miles through the various states from ocean to ccfan Ishornq otation The sentnuce is taken train Toe Sentimental Journey of the Rev Laurence Sterne The Brodhead Fair catalogue of 52 pages and full of good things b is just been issued from this office Dates of lair August 16 17 and 18 Keep them in mind Mrs M B Salin entertained with a six oclock dinner Wednesday afternoon of last week in hnnor of Mrs M C Pryor 01i Versailles The following guests were present Mesdames WrSparks Anna E Miller Margaret I Grimes S D Lewis Cleo Brown I and Miss M B Williams Mr and Mrs C C Williams announce tIle engagement of theii j only daughter Miss Risse to Mr James Coleman West of Louis j yule the wedding to be a happy event of August roth at 3 oclock in the afternoon at their handsome home in this citv The Rev Geo S Watson of the Presbyterian church will officiate Scott Miller an expert chaufler now located at Versailles drove up in a large touring car frqm Crab Orchard Sorings Wednesday evening of last week areturned next morning He is at the Springs with a Woodford county party Scott has visited many points throughout northern Ker tucky including Louisville and other large cities in Ohio and Indiana Over the hills to the poor house Rockcastle owns no poor house or poor farm as roost other counties do The unfortunates are rust farmed out to lowest bidder This is unjust No one knows to whom andwhen misfortunes and sickness may come and throw them on the cold parity of the world Humanity entitles them to fair treatment It has been suggested hat the county purchase a farm within a few miles of town for the purposes of taking care of its dependents Under proper man agement the cost will be no greater than under the present system The Miller Hotel Wednesday night was a scene of loveliness unsurpassed for there were fine dancing beautiful gowns sweet attractive girls and gallant youn g men in the large old dining room andnone enjoyed it more than the whole soul generous hearted host ess Mrs Mollie Miller The music was furnished bv Misses McClary and Sparks and Victor Tate It was all arranged by Shirley Tate Robert Harry Floyd and Walter Miller and Arch Cooper Among the visiting dmcers wete Misses Willie Benton Edwina Ammerman Carrie Frith Gertrude Martin George Frith and MisslMr B F McClellan of Louisville The chaperones were Mrs C C Williams Mrs A G Lovell Mrs L B Adams Mrs G C Fish and Mrs Ada King Fishback There is more catarrh in this section of the country than all other disepyes put together and until the last few year was sup posed to be incurable For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies and by constantly falling to cure with local treatment pronounced it insurable Sciences bas proven catarrh to he a consti tutirnal disease and therefore re quires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufacture by F J Cheney CoTQedo Ohio is the only constitutional cure on the marlet It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system They offer one hundred dollars for arty case it rcircularsaJldAddress FJ CHENEY Co OhioI j J3r 9 j FISHS jCLOTHES Have refined style not found in any other make Tis true that they are imitatedbut beware of these imitations I The Best Dressed Men InJThis Country wearing Garanteed Clothes becauseTHEY BETTER LOOK BETTER LONGER WEARI ordinary than I WE WANT TO SHOW YOU 1 THE NEW THINGS 1 youngjyoure in 1 1 town You will not be obligated to buy a thing 1 ASK SEE 1 BATES SHOES SWANN HATS CLUETT SHIRTS I AND WUNDERHOSE J Look torT a Sign of Tha iShl The Home of Go1 GI thesz I acuuuPhone No 7nwAUr= tT lyoP 1 r MIDSUMMER VACATION TO I MAMMOTH CAVE lgSDAYIra J REGULAR TRAIN 353 A 11 JULY 27 a t EXPENSES AT HOTEL OnLY Ts includes your boardand admission to the several routes in the Cave One eveuing for a promenade or A duuceII = I Sprains require careful treat ment Keep quiet and apply Chamberlains Liniment freely It will remove the soreness and quicklv restore the parts to a health condi tion For sale by Chas C Davis FOR SALEOne twelve horse power boiler and engine one set 24 inch French Burrs one corn rl crusher will crush 25 bushels hour one shingle machine one spoke and handle rig All in good repair Will sell cheap J W PARSON July 64t Mt Vernon Ky- NoTicnAll parties indebted tome will please call and settle ac count at once This means you if you owe meJ W Cv KIRBYMt Never leaveahoute on a journey unless a of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrh oea Remedy It is almost certain to be needed and cant be obtained when on board the cars or steam ship For sale by Gbas CDaviV are Fishs FIT AND And they dont cost any more the common kind TO ALL 500 HOW ABOUT YO- URWATCH DOES IT KEEP CORRECT TIME l IF NOT 1 WHY NOT If you are having anysuch trouble about your watch pi clock just turn it over tons and if it does not run fill 0 K it wil cost you nothing We guarantee our work Give us a trial Wedo till kinds of soldering and repair warkl FRANK MOORE r AT DR S C DAVIS DRUG STORE a MT VERNON KY 4 r L 1tei =Despair and DspOflc1 No one but a woman can tell the story of the suffering the despair and the despondency endured by women who carry a doily burden of illhealth and pain because of disorders and derangements of the delicate and important organs that are distinctly f minine The tortures so bravely endured com pletely upset the nerves if long continued Dr Pierccs Favorite Prescription is a positive cure for weakness and disease of the feminine organism IT MAKES WEAK WOflEN STRONG k SICK WOMEN WELL paininnd motherhood Honest medicine dealers sell it and hays nothing to urge upon you asjust as good It is nonsecret ronalcoholic and has a record of forty years of cures ASK Youa NEIGHBORS They probably know of some of its many cures If you want a book that tells all about womans diseases and how to cure I them at home send 21 onecent stamps to Dr Pierce to pay cost of mailing only and he will send you a free copy of Ms great thousandpage illustrated Common Sense Medical Adviserrevised upto date edition in paper covers In handsome clothbinding 31 stamps Address Dr RV Pierce Buffalo NY Couldnt Walk 4 I used to be troubled with a weakness peculiar to women writes Mrs Anna Jones of Kenny Ill For nearly a year I could not walk without holding my sides I tried several different doctors but I grew worse Finally our druggist advised Cardui for my complaint I was so thin my weight was 115 Now I weigh 163 and I am never sick I ride horseback as good as ever I am in fine health at 52 yea- rsTAKE K CARDU I Womans The Tome We have thousands of such letters and more are arriving daily Such earnest testimony from those who 4 have tried it surely proves the great value of this vegeta ble tonic medicine for women Cardui relieves womens sufferings and builds weak women up to health and strength If you are a woman give it a trial It should help you for it has helped a mil lion others It is made from pure harmless herb ingredi organsItWrite to Ladies Advisory Dept Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooca Tenn for Special Instructions and C4pace book Home Treatment for Women sent free J 53 DANIEL NONE AXLE GREASE f And dont have to grease but once a week LJ2 U7 Mad in Louisville hy CHAS C STOLL OIL CO fi tl1l19fi IiHUAll orders by Promptly Filled wapIcoxlPhone 94S MT VERNON KY II= IMount Vernon WORKS Monumenai of and Manufacturer and Granite Monuments of all kinds Estimates furnished on application GEO OWENS Propr Phone 112 Court and Lodge Directory COURTS Circuit Court 1st Monday in January 4 weeks 4th Monday In April two weeks 3rd Monday in August three weeks meachQonthCounty Court 4th Monday in each month Mt Vernon Police Court 3rd Monday in each month LODGES Ashland Lodge Ko 640 F A M meets on the 2nd and 4th Monday in each month at 730 p Mt Vernon Royal Arch Chapter meets a the 1st Monday in each month 2onLandrum Council No 69 meets 3rd Mon day in each month at 730 pm Franklin Chapter Order Fastern Star meets 2nd and 4th Thursdays nt73 p m No3t9I O O FLblseMt Vernon Saturday evening at 70 clop tfu every 1 l 1isflandmade Coffins furnished learse sent to all parts of M the County n I Wire 3 C McCLARY UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER Stanford Ky C C Williams ATTORNFYATLAW MT VERNON KY JEiOFF1CE On srd floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to collectionsPhone 80 W T FRANCIS Dentist Mt Vernon Ky Home and office in the late residence Oiv Myers formerly occupied on Old Main St Mt Vernon R WDYCHEI DENTIST MT VERNON KY Office at residence on Main St Grown and Bridge W orIrn- Spccialty Work guaranteed Jr LfLIiiI A1Lfd NOTE aNEADOWBROQK FAR- MDAvMcVt Put grounds In wire fences The openfront house is good for pigs The Shropshire sheep are prolific breeders For dressing at all ages the white color has an advantage The gestation period of cows is nine months or 280 days Cockerels should be caponized when they weigh about two pounds each Realize the profit from your capital invested in beef as soon as possible A sandy soil is one of the most difficult ones on which to grow blue grassThere seems to be no limit to what the tractor engine can be made to do on the farm For potatoes only welldrained ground should be used where no stag nant water stands The best sheep for any state are those that will bring the producer the most money for his labor Be sure to keep drinking vessels in a cool shady spot keep them clean and well filled with clean fresh water All animals produce stronger young when both sire and dam have a rea sonable amount of exercise each day Lookafter the horses teeth They require attention when they get along Vin years The ragged teeth should be filed off The milker should wear clean outer garments used only when milking and kept in a clean place at other timesA good mixture to feed calves is equal parts of bran ground corn and whole oats with plenty of alfalfa or clover hay- Young mares sometimes refuse to allow the colt to nurse because of chapped teats sensitive udder or sheep to fresh pastures as often as possible even if after a rest of say two weeks you go back to the old pastures Kind and gentle handling brings its reward in the increased docility of the herd and in shortening the time required for milking- It is well to have gunnysacks hung in the doorway so that as the cow forces her way through the flies will be brushed off her back There Is no more use of allowing bees to pester with useless swarming than there is of allowing your cows to pasture on wheat or corn Give the setting hen a thorough dusting with insect powder two or three times during incubation This may save your little chicks from lice and mitesA beef ISa call trot more than eighteen or twenty months old and weighing not more than 1300 pounds It must bave quality and be in prime condition The Ideal condition for the mother preceding the birth of a foal is to have access to a pasture where she may be watched daily during the latter oart of gestation If Holsteins are selected do not expect them to thrive on closely ropped scanty pastures where they ire compelled to rustle all day to gather sufficient food Where eggs are not to be used for hatching it will be well to remove the hale from the flock Dont keep eggs in too warm a place Below 60 degrees is better than above it With good milking cows well fed and well kept milk can be produced at a cost of 65 cents per hundred and hitter fat for 16 cents a pound This s an average for the year round Those who desire to establish al alfa in their poultry yards cart suc eed in this way by plowing or spading mder alfalfa crowns that have been reshly plowed out from some field near by The fact that dairymen have de phascs111re reasons why so many of our dairy rds are not capable of returning a ofit from their food and cost of at ndnnce A PEEK INTO HIS POCKET would show The box of Bucklins Arnica Salve that E S Loper a carpenter of Marilla NY always carries I have neve had a cut wound bruise or sore it woujdn6t J oon be I1 be writes k tst healer of burns boils scalds chapped hands ard 1fncfcversores skin eruptiomeztiia rorns and pile- s25ctsatChs C lavis Ofi J J j en i IYOu filmi li lteeke often cropknown It does not pay Id bg earless with farm machinery mothersIpollenization of fruit trees thekeepingThis is the time of year when It Is necessary to keep the cultivator going cooling milk should in all cases be held at the lowest available temperature Good ventilation is absolutely es preventedIn The best way to get rid of mos troublesisThe Guernsey when It comes to placeasThe cost ofi0 pounds gain in calves is about 410 while It is nearly 660 for twoyearolds The cultivation of beans should be andifSpray the first time for the special ontheBreaking broody hens is not a hard andhousing onefirthof all the corn grown in the world Do not wait until the broody fever discouragetel tofurnishpastured beIcauseIt has a growth of threequarters of an inch Brush the udder and surrounding wipethemsponge Keep small turkey poults out of the long wet grass In the morning and seo duttngheavy Butter from fresh and properly ripened cream not over one day old keeps better than does butter made from sweet cream An important feature In the successful management of the sow and litter Is to get the little pigs to feed as early as possible It Is found that success in dairying depends as much on the kind of care and management bestowed on the herd as upon the breed When you wee and thin out the family garden dont forget the poultry they will relish the garden waste and put it to a good use Plan to raise a fine flock of general purpose standardbred birds this sea son They will yield much more satin faction and profit than a mixed flock If a man has Jerseys give them Isle of Jersey care and feed for they can not succed on scrub fare and fodder They were not intended for that pur pose By two or three plantings of sweet corn two weeks or so apart one can have tender Juicy corn on the table three times as long as one planting can give them Cooked fish makes good summer ani mal food Beef scraps are less liable to cause indigestion and diarrhoea in hot weather if well scalded and mixed with ground grains The butter fat from very fresh cream is apparently in a more stable condi tion than is the fat In the sour cream over one day old and not so predis posed to decomposition If shod the shoes should be removed at frequent intervals because the hoof of the horse keeps continu ally growing If the horse goes un shod trim the feet occasionally Have spraying outfits enough to cover the orchard within seven to ten days If possible or before the earliest blosoms close enough to pre vent getting the spray into the calyx Many farmers use a boar of different breed of that of their sows to produce a cross Sometlme this Is good prac tice for the first cross but the sows from such a cross should never be bredHatch guinea fowls eggs under corn iron hens and let the hen raise them When so reared they will be very tame and will stick to the hen mother much o her displeasure titter they are well grown As they live chiefly on weed seed grass and Insects It costs little to grow them PARSONS POEM A GEM From Rev H Stubenvoll Alli son Iatln praise of Dr Kings New Life Pills Theyre such a healthnecessity In every home these pills should be If other kinds youve tried in vain USE DR KINGS And be well again Only s5ct at Chas C Dav- isChildron Cry FOR FLETCHERS SToR oA 15trilt1 IJJAits the ronditun of th doing lJulntS at M Venion town of R ekciMle County of State cfKentuck nt the cluse of business on the day of July 1911 RESOURCESILoans and Discounts 761 51 Due from Banks 8879 6r Actual cash on hand 5593 22 OverdraitsSec 136630 Unsecured 74 00 J 210930 Current cxp t taxes paid 195 70 Real Estate Furniture and Flxlurns8 16917- Total83t0851 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in in cash 2O00000Surp- lus gooOO Undivided profits 59246 j 49246 Deposits on which interest is paid 23000 j Deposiison which 62017lb- esti lUterSnot pd Other liabilities nuttnleluded under any l 87 above heads In past mo Total 83708 S STATE OF KENTUCKY County ot Roctcastlesct I M B Saliu Cashier of the abovenaiied Bank do solemnly swear that the above statement t true to the best ol my knowledge and belief M B Salin Casnier Subscribe d and sworn to before me by M B Satin this 24 day of July 1911 Anna E Miller Notary Public of Rcckcastle Co My commission expires Jan i 1912EDIRECTORS U G Baker Pres S D Lewis E D B Sou hard L V ethttrum BANK STATEMENT E Repol tot the condition of theE Bank of Mt Vernon hank doing business at the town of Mt Vernon Rock stle county state of Ken tuckat the close of business on the 24tb day of July 191 r RESOURCES Loans and Discounts Si 290 64 Due from Banks 06 Actual Cash on hand 3085431 OverdraftsSec Unsecured 2607 97 J 370797 Current expenses and tax paid 306606 Real Estate Furniture and Fixtures420 25 f 420 2S Total 9396241- LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in in cash 1500000 rSurplus 300001r Undivided prof 1943 22 j 924322 Deposits on which in 1 terest is paid 3014000 Deposits on which inter 1 6271919 est is not paid 3257919- N rtes and Bills rediscoun = ted 700000 J 700000 Total 9396241 STATE OF KENTUCKY County of RoekcastleSet y I M L Richards Cashier of the a above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is s true to the best of my knowledge s and beliefoW L Richards Cashier a Subscrioed and sworn to before me by W I Richards this 24 day of July 1911 A B Furnish Notary Pub c My Commission expires Feb 2 IgI4 C C Williams S H Martin George Livesay Directors KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The followingare Iheates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs II for 1911 as far as reported Alexandria September SS days Barboursville Aug 303 days Bardstown Aug 304 days BRODHEAD Aug 163 days Burkesville Aug 154 22 days flFernGermantown Aug 243 days IHorseCave Leitchfield Aug is4 days w Lexington Aug 76 daysfLondon Aug 224 Ky State Fair Louisville Sept ii 6 days Mayfield Sept 274 days Monticetlo SeptS 4da s Mount Oliver Sept1 =4 days Paris Sept 55 days Steep herdsville Aug 22=4 days Somerset Aug 30 3 days qniontownfugSsdavs Vanceburg Aig g4 days Ctiiff6 t CASTOfflA t i r For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signatureof In- Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA r JtttttitftTftttttttltt1tt tt1it1 tttttttt1Ttttt1tTtttt 1Tttttt M WE HAVE I iAGCOUNTS eo a Pys ii w As smnl1s a dollar as large as thousands of dollars = w + And no matter how large an account may be we realize that it is made upof a certain num = ber of single dollars modp =erate incomes = towardG we accumnlating worthwhile provision for the fu =ture 3 We maintain that a savings account at this bank 3an account in which the owner is REALLY INV == TERESTED is an investment hard to beat = Yours truly = PEOPLESBANKS ME jVi PHONE 16rw w111 1111111tl111111111111111111111 111 11111111111111111111111111111 IS w wmum mmmmmmmmmmmitt w Ax VERNON CflSKET GDes PRACTICAL 3- UNDERTAKERS3 fUNERAL DIRECTORS AND 3- EMBALMEKS jig Mt Vernon Ky Era ill COUCH MET ALIC CASKETS 3 Robesw 33 Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of Eworkfor the company = EOrdes by wire pr mptly tilled Hearse sent to all points 3 w GEORGE OWENS Manager E w Office Mt Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 112 3 tI1U1 Ul1UUiU1U1U1H1UllUUlilUU1UHUU1Hll111UU1Ul nHn tHtH nTtn ntnE nTtn nttn 00A Home InitutionVM is a home institution Our loans are made right here at home to our good farmers and business men It is a home institution Z5 for our home people We will pay you good interest on your idle J funds Make a deposit and then pay your bills with your personal 4 chuck It is very simple convenient suet safe Call and we gladly ex- fwplain the many alvahtages of a checking account You will always Itt Ehave a receipt which cannot be disputed The endorsed check which will be returned to you is incontestible proof of the payment of the billFYour money is safe deposited in this bank to your credit If you car j ry it in your pocket or leave it at home it may be lost or itol Come in aDdIct us talk these matters over with you DIIII THE BANK OF MT VERNON 3 INCORPORATED-w w MT VERNON KENTUCKY r 111111 111111 111111 =111 i 111111 t11i1jtc IWHE TESIGNALDOES YOUR JOB WORK Y 6I IiaVE THE BEST AilDAY NO MORE FOR IT iit ii1