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Published Every Friday nuui von 0111 IVOLUME XXIV MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY AUG 11 1911 UMBER 46 Ll V1NGSTON Mrs L G Falin has returned from a visit to relatives at Crab Or chard Bernard Hagin has return ed from a visit ot two weeks to In- dianaW M Quinn who left here two years ago was married to Miss Bessie Hedick of Bradenton Flit a few days agoWell W M Hicks informs us that he has found the woman of his choice but wishI es us to withhold her name is young and very bashful The wedding is to be a quiet affair as none but the closest friends are ex pected to be present The bride elect is in her 62d year Well Mart we are satisfied that she will not break the engagement for he has reached the age of discretion School began here Monday with Miss Eva Fish and Prof Dicker son as teachers John R Carter of Lebanon Junction was in our town Tuesday He was once a citizen of this place andwe would be pleased to have him return Miss Nettie Rice has been very ill for some daysC P Reynolds has returued from a visit to relatives in Coviugton andCullinsville OC- E Rice was taken very sick Tues dayJoe OMara George Martin W A Rice and W M Preston at tended the meeting of the Mt Ver non Chapter Monday night John Mullins was in Mt Vernon Mo- ndayC H Rice is in Cincinnati this week L Hi Davis is getting along fine with his new building Joe Oliver will move into his new house this weekA H Hamlin is in Knoxville this weeK on business Lon Argenbrighl wife and chil dren of Knoxville are visiting rel atives hereMrs Maggie Martin who has been very ill is some be- tterMrs Ed Quinn and children of Paris have been on a visit to Mesdatnes Patterson and HayesI Mrc Taylor has returned af verJInonJCharley Moore living on Sand Hill cut one of his feet nearly off the other dayNext week many of ourpeople will attend the Brod head Fair Judge Saoibrook was in London this week on business J M Foure has installed pool tables in his restaurant Mrs W Merimee and children are visit IF Mrs George Pope whose hus health has much improved j B Donelly the operator after two weeks vacation spent at Lex iugton has returned to his post J P E Drummonds was in Mt Vernon Thursday W H Burton until recently a citizen ot this place now of Virginia His friends re ceived a telegram stating that he was dead and that his body would be sent here for burial We learn that his death was caused by an ac cident in the mines This was sad news to his relatives and friends here He served this place as mar shel for several years and was a fearless officer who usually landed the law breaker in jail He was buried Wednesday in the Ward burying ground He leaves wife and six children besides a host of friends to mourn his lossR J Lemonds is in Louisville A con vention to nominate a candidate for magistrate in that district will be held at Red Hill Saturday There will be four candidate tee Ar nold Squire Singleton Joe Drew and George Murphy This prom ises to be a lively fight but as we are not in it it will cut no ice with us Since Dr Webb has withdrawn from the race for the Legislature this leaves only two candidates A N Bentley and Thompson Judge Magee and Cam Mullins are kept busy of late trying and taking the lawbreakers to Mt Vernou The bovs will imbibe too much of King Corn and get fighting drunlt and then find themselves in the V t Vernon jail to sober u udge Magee has a paper in circulation and the citizens are donating liber ally the money to build a concrete aieltlocan furnish our own tions until the demands of the law are satisfied So now boys you i i i i had better taper off and quit or you will dream of snakes in this jail The officers are determined to break this upand I have given you fair warningThe Young Peoples Bible Class of the Chris tian church will hold its regular business meeting on next Monday evening at 730 at the church All members are requested to be pres ent and bring some one along who cm be with us m Sundayschool A program will be rendered as fol lows Songs 78 and 118 orayerby Miss Lida Cook meeting opened for talks special song by Ella May Blanford and Harvey Rider sec retarys report talk by president roUcalfsong 245 When I hear min on returning from one of our meetings who are using profane language 01 telling some ugly story now talking about the Bible and how much better people should be then I feel that this class is having its influence and doing good X a 100 REWARD Siooy The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least ne dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a cou stituiionaldisease requires a con stitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation the disease and giving the 10f strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its powers that they offer curativeI dred Dollars for any ease that it fails to cure Serd for list of testimonials Address- F J CHENEY Co- Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con itipalion FOR SALEPair four year old mules i54 handshigh J J SMITH Hiatt Ky Phone in Residence BRODHEAJ Miss Edwina Ammermanwho has been visiting her cousin Miss Willie Benton for the past fie weeks returned to her Jhome in Millersburg Tuesday Miss Ada Wesley is visiting in Mt Vernon T K Watson of Lancaster was in town last SaturdayMrs J W Tate bought a house and lot from Mrs Linda Benton for 350 Miss Lucinda Lovins remains very low Mr and Mrs J M Roberts were it Stanford first of the week D Preston of Berea is putting in cisterns for John Robins and A E Albright Little Hazel Sams has been sick for the past few daysMiss Judith M Call ot Mareisbnrg is visiting her cousin Miss Jewel Francisco Messers C B House of Lexingtou A C Kidwell of Leb Jet and H W Wpllin of Danville were in town last week calling Dontl forget Aug 14th the Big Barbecue and sale of town tots Everybody have a big time Miss Myrtle Thompson of Louisville las been the guest of Mrs L B Gable The Henry Realty Co has given the town of Brodhead a beautiful plot of ground for a park The town is to put a well in the center t of the park and set out shade treesThis will make quite a nice addition to our little city which has been in need of one for a long time we thank theqi very ranch for being so generous and will certainly be appreciated by the people Messers V atsqn of Lebanon qnd Plummer of Louisvillo were in town Tuesday inspecting logs there are several car loads in the yards nowChas Yonce of Man ring Tenn Mrs Myrtle Sursa and little daughter Opal of Mid dlesboro Ky Mrs W D Gibbs and children of Pineville Mr and Mrs W P Rigsii 31 Preachersville are the guests ot- Mr and Mrs John Robins this Week B I Blankenship of Stan i i H u 0 eleeee0 e 0 o oo sMt mfifmimmnnmfmimnwfl seoooeoaN oesee ees eeoseee soo eoseee i illee I r a e w w e e e Qe e esi o i tI1 I L i Nc c o ra eo e a C IS lNp1t e o e r io e 11t PAI tN e s e e s It I Ns I Next- e eeo Np- Noo IN e SUTTON GL M BEE t I e q I bL 111 r ii t c ig t- h II lIII011 =4 li r 4 t 111 s 8 i i e tm n jImt4sr- rreave r eer e aso s s ao a rr sLs t e3 e al r 1t a lcjI ro t tit r F t r 2 T tl J 3 tJ JI 1 tk f oi J i Hiltt ii fri5 ovp r t J ford represeffattveof the Interior Journal was rr town Wednesday Remember the fair dates Aug 167 18 The Lyceum Comedy Co will show every night and other attractions during the day Walter Robins was in Preachers ville last weekLittle Inez Miller remains about the same Mrs M O Holmes of Crab Orchard is visiting Mrs J W TateMrs Rosalind Beazley of Orlando was in town Tuesday and Wednesday Miss Etta Frith visited in Gum Sulphur last weekBro Go M Roberts will preach at the Baptist church Friday evening Every body come Bodle Thompson of Level Green was in town Tuesday shaking hands with the voters Sirs Bettie Newlandand Mattie Jpier visited in Providence last wtfek Mr and Mrs Thos Cherry at tended the Lexington Fair Thurs dayMiss Billie Benton entertained at a lawn luncheon in honor of her guests Misses Ammerman and Richards Those present were Misses Edwina Ammerman Mill ersburg Ky Sadie Richards Mt Vernon Ky Mattie Wilmott and Billie Benton Messrs Shirley Tate Mt Vernon Ky C B House Lexington Ky John Benton and Dr George FrithMrs Linda Benton and daughter Miss Billie attended the WilliamsWest wedding yesterday atJilt Vernon Miss Clyde Wilmott is recovering from a severe attact of typhoid feverLast Sunday morning 3rud Tharp aged 30 was found dead in tler1 Hjs death was due to hearttroj fle He was a de vout rnetpbeof the Baptist church and has lived an upright lifeHe was laid to rest in the Christian Cemetery Sunday afternoon at four aclock He was the youngest son of Mrs Bettie Tharp of this place He leaves a mother two sisters and a brother to mourn his lost EUsbrotherJailed toget here in time for burial SCHOOL CONSOLIDATION INK NTTCKY THE school is being given a trial in Galloway county and the results so far have been entirely satisfactory Three small schools at which the average aggregate attendance was about fifty were consolidated recently and a new commodious building was erected at a point convenient to the pupils of the three districts amalgamated The attendance at the flew school is nearly double what it was at the three old ones Pupils and parents alike are pleasedwith the innova tion and it seems probable that there will be other in Galloway county in conseqannce of the gratifying outcome of the first experiment One good school is decidedly pre ferable to three weak ones One good building is better than three hacks called schoolhouses by cour tesy There are too many shacksj in Kentucky and there are uy poorly attended and poorly con ducted schools The consolidation J plan has been a powerful force for educational advancement in every j State wherein it has been given a fair trial It will prove itself equal ly good for Kentucky if it is adopt ed as part of the general education al programme and policy So far it has not been tested extensively in this State but in the scattering instances where it has been put in to effect the reports are uniformly favorable CourierJournal An ordinary case of diarrhoea can as a rule be cured by a single dose of Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy 1 his remedy has no superior for F bowel complaints For sale by Chas O Davis NOTICE Notice Js hereby given that seal ed bids will be received by the County Clerk of Rockcastle County at Mt Vernon Ky for the con struction of three 3 miles of turn pike in Rockcastle county beginning at the corporate limits of the town of Mt Vernon and running a southwesterly course Plans profile and specifications are in the County Court Clerks office to be N examined by any bid der The right is reserved to re ject any and all bids Bids will be received up until the I5th day of I August 1911 S F iBosyman t Clerk Roc ksat site Ciaant f9ou tt r JI Established 1887 v FRIDAY consolidated consolidations Chamberlains prospective r The Tenderfoot Farmer greenspectacles shewascalculationsIts that would suchan experiment with a cow But many a farmer fee7s him shavingsimpairedand V nervousness To strengthen tlC stomach restore the activity ot the orof tli is nervesuse t aswellIn the strictest sense Golden Medical Discovery is a temperance medi alcoholasonItsforstomach Brodheadx THISYEAR THEGREATESTEVERSixteenth ty Fair Brodhead Kentucky August 16 17 18 X911 Special Premiums No Entrace Fees in any of the mg S JiI Special attractions each day of the Fair by Hoaglads HippodromeShow Admission 25c Children between the ages of 6 and 12 years J5c GRANVILLE OWENS Pres J THOSCHERRY Secy F DELPHI WEBB I LReal Estate r Town and Farm Property Bought Sold If you want to buy a home in town or a good farm call snd tee our list List your property with us for sale Office in Masonic Buildilg DELPH WEBB July 6am LIVINGSTON KY i = x ALLOUTDOORS INVITES 1 YOUR KODAK r i5 200 ASK eto flflflfl FOR 2 6500 CATALOG Kodak means progressive pleasure the pleasure of taking fr the pictures plus the greater pleasure of possessing V g them 4 OMA S DAVIS LBADINGDRUGGiST Phone 39 MT VERNON I tW8 1J i7- r jl kip I i t t MT VRNON SIGNAL A FRIDAY Aug 111gB- Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR 100 Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION DEMOCRATIC TICKET For United States Senator OLLIE M JAMES i For Governor JAMES B McCREARY For LieutenantGovernor EDWARD J McDERMOTT For AttorneyGeneral- JAMES S GARNliTT For Auditor HENRY BOS WORTH For State Treasurer THOMAS G RHEA For secretary of State C F CRECELiyS For Supt of Public Instruction BARKSDALE HAM LETT For Commissioner of Agriculture- J W NEWMAN For Clerk of Court of Appeals ROBERT L GREENE MOUNT VERNON hzs had an era of prosperity pleasing to us all In the past ten years she has nearly trippled in population There is now an educational awakening the result of which we have two schools the joy and pride of our hearts Our Sunday schools are larger than ever before and all our churches are enjoying a period of success never before experienced The concrete sidewalks are a great credit to the enterpriseand push of our people But what of the future There is no such thing as a town or city remaining the same or staying at a standstill Mt Vernon will either march on to a more glorious day or she will go backward on the toboggan slide to municipal decay Which will it be Each citizen should answer this question by re solving to look for men and meas ures that will upbuild If we do not we will climb no higher but lose that which we already have The solution of this allimportant question is wish the people them selves It can be settled in no other way and each person has a very serious obligation to perform in the proper settlement ot it We can not escape our responsibility in con nection with it for it is a duty we jst1yowe Wise and sober coun sel must prevail We mast reason together in good humor Selfish ness must give way and in its place shculd rise a more liberal feeling anda greater desire to see our com munity enlarge and prosper We need more harmony but first of all we greatly need more municipal pride and determination to make iVIt Vernon look better and her business to thrive No man should be against a thing because someone else is for it A good citizen will not consider any question in that light Our leading business and professional men seem not yet to fully realize their duty to Mt Vr non or if they do they are indiffer ent toward the performance of it Wont our people wake up to the danger of our city going back Of all times this is the most important Close attention should be given to everything that will advance and every man should be on the firing line to move her upward and on ward Let us get together that we might pull together Let us strive to make her a city of which all will be justly proud To do so we must all active never too sent sitive in disagreements and never discouraged in the performance our public duty although private citizens we are and will ever be The current issue of The Review of Reviews under the caption of Kentuckys Choice for the SIate has the following about the Hon Ollie James While the Senators at Washington have been discussing the propriety ofallowing the voters to elect Senators by di rect vote the tendency in many States to and ways to deprive the Legislature of all discretion in this important matter has been mani fest to an extent that shows the impossibility of a return of the spir it of the constitutional method The people will select their cwn Senators henceforth whether the Constitution is amended or not In Kentucky as in most of the Southern States the question is settled in democratic primaries The sults of the primary of July i show that the new Senator from Kentucky will be the Hon Ollie M James Mr James is at present a member of the Ways and t Means Committee of the House and one of the most active leaders of the democratic majority Heis 40 years old and has served in Congress for nearly ten years He grew up in Kentucky politics was admitted to the bar at 20 and for many years past has been the undisputed leader of Kentucky delegations in Nation al democratic conventions His oratory has helped to enliven the Bryan campaigns His translation from the House to the Senate adds another to the aggressive and capa ble group of new men who are so rapidly changing the tone and the methods of a chamber once filled dominated by elder statesmen jeal ous of their traditions Most people hunt for fun and let salvation hunt for them It seems that nothing can be done nor a movement made in rv publican circles in Kentucky until Senator Bradley is consulted But if the Senators advice is always lollowed there is liktly to result sometimes as much dissatisfaction among the faithful as was and is stillmanifested over the ousting ot Postmaster Wa er ol Lexington and the appointn ent of Wilbur Smith to the position According to a special to the Louisvlle Times Bradley had a conference about Kentucky politic with Attorney General lames Breathitt recently The Attorney General brought ports about Judge Ollear r ndi lacy and about the for hcow g democratic convention During the last few days many Kentucky poli ticians have consulted with the Senator Frank Fisher postmas ter at Paducah was in Washington trying to get Senate confirmation for Postmaster George Wider of Marion and H Greer Garrett of Winchester but in connection with all this consultation business there is a faction in Kentucky that is trying its level best to depose the Senator as a pie distributor and one of these days it is guingo succeed Ex- HOW IS THIS A Srhtme for Democrats to Git Together Mr Henry Wniteison Editor Courier Journ al Louisville K Mr Uren Woodson Editor Owens horo Messenger Owensboro Ky Mr Archie Dunlap Editor Frank fort News Frankfort Ky Mr Harry Somers Editor Elizabeth town News Elizahethtown Kv Mr Desha Breckenridge Editor Lexington Herald Lexington Ky GentlemenThere being much ado just at this time on the question of a plank in the Demo cratic Platform on the County Unit law I would submit the following toj fur Kentucky Dem ocracy tor consideration in its Convention on Aug i sr We reassert our allegiance to ufIthe most representative form ot local belt govern1nt oOu the one hand the good citizens of a community which votes to prohibit the sale ot in toxicating liquors within its bound aries are entitled to an unequivocal enforcement of their registered wishes and we pledge our effort to secure the enactment ol Federal laws to prevent interstate ship meat of liquors into local option territorvIOn the other hand we declare that the doctrine of a double unit designed to give a two to one ad vantage to prohibition advocates is repugnant to the AngloSaxon sense both of fairness and justice Whether the voting unit be the boundaries of a precinct or ot a county the majority vote should IJCX JC 3J 3e8D SOME LEFT f- We still have some few articles in the list of bargains quoted last week left on our shelves We have made 5 these prices in order to attract others and thoes who take ff advantage are the ones who will be benefited Q Ladies Lowcuts and pumps in pa ent leather vici gun a metal and velvet price cut onehalf Mens Shoes at prices never r before offered by this or any other store in Mt Vernon AU100 Underwear goes for 89c S Mens 125 Hats for 75c tMens JOOII U50cBest calico at 4 l2c yd Ginghams 5c to 1 OG per yd Korean Silk in whiteand Iavendar sale price 35c cut to 19c Waist goods 30c values go at 17c per yd Pure white linen at 19c per yard S We are offering many other bargains not quoted in this list Come in and examine All sales at these prices strictly 12 II cashr 5 CFASV B McKENlE MT VERNONt KY r XG- k prevailand it is an iniquitous and t rannous principle that gives the double advantage to the one sire or to the other of winning a mi j city of votes in a county or failing in that of securing a ma joritory of votes in a cou Uy or failing it that of securing a tnn jority of the votes in certain pre cincts of fhe same country The preciuct ut the county one or the other and not ob should 1e the Unit in ascertaining the MMUIII enl ot the voters as effecting the tfcle lof intoxicating liquors We d ofIthe precinct or of the county a local option unit is a civic and not a political issue and that it tbJOCthIcan i way believe this ut heirs eveqvne1wntther tj the sale 01 intoxicating liquors bicause both factious being SHU ere in their belief there is no sounj reason for encroaching on the territory gained by the one or giving the other any undue advantage of the situation i or that reason this can not he iciif struedas a compromise ol priuci pie in a sense it is a compruu e ot expediency and u is so ri t iently lair and just that it uiua unqutstionably appeal to the voters of our State Away withall cant and hypocrisy and let reason prevail our people are clamoring for it so lets get together and pull for the one end1o redeem Kentucky and Victory in November Yours very truly ADRIAN C HUMPHREYS Louisville Aug 4 i9n Through all time there have been people old fashioned enough to believe tnat whole wheat flour stone round is far and above better than the kind of flour in general use today and now others are coming to believe that there may be something to this old fashioned notion The Bread and Food Reform league exists mainly to convince the public that whole meal bread is much more nourishing than the white and its propaganda is reo cieving a somewh it disconcerting impetus from the reigning agitation The league cannot reply to all the letters it receives asking questions as to what stone ground really mans and how the thing can be hidDoctors are coming to the front with striking instances of cures effected by permitting time bran to remain in the flour 1 r L Fox of the Bermandsey Medical mission finds that braid is a sovereign remedy for indigestion and another physician says that whole meal is excellent for persons threatened with consumption as it puts phosphoric acid and iron into the blood tissnesihings in which consumptives are proverbially de ficient He also says that it is a splendid safeguard against in flucnzaEzchange Many citi zens of our town and county are now using flour of above descrip tion ground on a local millatd praise its many valuable and health fdl qualities ATTACK LIKE TIGERS In fightingto keep the blood pure and white corpuscles attack disease germs like tigers But often germs multiply so fast the little fighters are overcome Then see pimples boils eczema salt rheum and sores multiply and strength and appetite fail This condition demands Electric Bitters to regulate stomach liver and kidneys and to expel poisons fio n the blood They are the best blood purifier writes C T 3udahn of Tracy Calif I have ever found They make rich red blood strong nerves and build up vour health Try them Soc at Chas C Davis CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears thedSignature of tattMThe Al S Evans attractions hav held the boards in Mt Vernoi this week They go Jo Brodheac for nextweek s Cuts and bruises may be healed in about qnettbird the time requires by the usual treatment by applying Chamberlains Liniment It is an antiseptic and causes such injuries to heal without matun tiou This liniment also relieves soreness of the muscles arid Rheu matic pains For Sale by Chas C Davis i I1 I mmmmmnwmmmminninimmtmmwmnmmfimm nrn I GOING SOMEI e I u E MT KY 3 THE WHITE ROSE OF THE MIAMI By Mary Dwid Am merman The list of promi nent in every department of the worlds usefulness is long and con stantly added to with names that are destined to live long Among the recent authors comes Mrs Ammerman of Bourbon noun t with the first of a series of sto res which though primarily for tie young people of her beloved State are of interes to all old and young Correct in every detail of history accurately the conditions that had to be Laced by the hardy followers of Daniel Boone the story holds ones interest thrc out The tale begins in a Scotch Irish argument between small boys such an argument as rages today and as the last trump will probably interrupt though even that will not settle the question The scene changes to the new country where and scattered the sturdy little win home and friends and through the strange vi cissitudes of fate are thrown to gether again one in an Indian lodge another with Boone and yet another in a noble family of South are to be a series of these stories dea lag with the early his tory of the State of Kentucky and her nearest neight ors The rest of the volumes will be looked for ward to with interest It is in this way that the young people of to lay are made intimate with the past history of their States great nessiELIZABETH DANG RFIELD Herald A well known Des Moines wo man after suffering miserably for two days from bowel was cured by one dose of Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy For gale by Chas C DavisThe O sunny side of life seems to have about as many as the shady side A farmer has to bet only against the weather in every other business its betting against fire famine plague robbery panic and universal deviltry A useful thing about the tele phone is how you can longdis tance lie Dyer it When ainan asks you to do a Illrmike it all right with you It means he will never pay you any thing OF STEALING E E Chamberlain of Clinton Me boldly accuses Bucklens Arnpa Salve of stealing the sting from bans or scalds the pain from sores of all kindsthe dis tress from poils or piles It robs cuts corns bruises sprains and injuries of their terror he says isahealingtemedyits equal ntecisj Only 250 at Chas C 1i6t J Guess its going some to have reputation of f selling the BES- TFurnifure RU slCarpets I and House Furnishings in thjs section of Ken tucky = Thats what they all say ai d I am proud to 3 state I can prove it Ill take pleasure in 3 showing you the NEWEST thats NEW = S B uMcK4Z1THE FURNITURE MAN VERNON i11111ititiiiilliittittitiiiiiitlltUillillilllitiliiiititU tliiliiliilli11i1 il1111tl1il111111tl111111111111111 Kentuckians describing shipwrecked foreigners Lexington complaint thunderstorms ACCUSED tttJttttt 1t1tt1Jt1tttJt1tJt WE RAVE iA COUNTS Io AM As small as a dollar as large as thousands of dollars = And no matter how large an account may 3we realize that it is made up of a certiii riumj r her of single dollars 3This fact ought to encourage those who earn mod erate incomes = It ought to induce them to do something toward =accumnlating a worthwhile provision for the fu =P fVture MWe maintain that a savings account at this bank an account in which the owner is REALLY IN = TERESTED is an investment hard to beat = I Yours trulyM=w PEOPLES BANK PHONE 46 3 UlUUliiUiliaiHltiiliiiiiUHiW UUUiUUUUUUUUUUUitU w nn nn = nlt tUt nnr nnn w A Home InstitutionThis bank is a home institution Our loans are made right here at Jflj home to our good farmers and business men It is a home institution ZS for our home people We will pay you good interest QR funds Make a deposit and then pay your bills with your check It is very simple convenient and safe Call and we pellsonalIIplain the many al vantages of a checking account You will have a receipt which cannot be disputed The endorsed check billr= 5 ry it in your pocket or leave it at home it may be lost or stolen m Come iu and let us talk these matters over with you in THE BANK OF MT VERNON 1 INCORPORATED 3MT VERNON KENTUCKY fill Ul1bUl1UfiU1Ul lu 111Ul1U1U COLD DRINKSa a PURE Icecrfam and Soda Wate p- Choce ate HomeMade Candy L L SANDERSf a brrrdK- i t iSc r 0 t t i WIT VERN N SIGNAL MT VERNON KY Augl 1911 7 Call up No 79 when T7 Q wuat to C ommuni SIQNALi u r a- r S R RCo TIME TABLED 52 north 453 P m 24 north 352 a m 23 south 1138 a w 21 South 1219 am IAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postofhce as secoiulclnss mail matter PERSONAL Mrs Dee Cuininms is in poor health Vm Bryant is now operator at New Haven Harry Woodall of Berea vas in town yesterday returnedsfH m Atlanta Mo FitdPimell aid h1 bert GtiO n are here from St Louis Chas A Adams was here from Berea during the week Willie Martin is at home on a l visit from Lynchburg Va Miss Russell Sprake of Paris ha been with Miss Ella Francis Mr Harry Lawrence from Wichita Kas is the guest of Rev G S Vatsou W E Smith L N brake man was here on business during the week John W Mullins operator at Livingston wasin town on business Monday Martin L Jones a prominent young business mat of Wildie was in town Wednesday Mesdames Mary Albright and J H Jarret were here from Brodhead Wednesday shopping Miss Sadie Richards was wit Miss Willie Benton at Brodhead from Friday to Sunday John C Taylor is making soro- very e decided improvenlentsou his property on West Main Miss Annie Newland was here from Cincinnati with Misses Eva Fishand Lelia May Lovell- S B Ramsey was at Conway Sunday to see his daughter Mrs Jones Proctor who is very ill J Fish the clothing and shoe man has been suffering since Mon day with an abcess from a tooth Epp Hansel storekeeper and gauge at Tyrone Anderson coiiu tv is with his mother on Chestnut RidgeMiss Ada Wesley of Liberty has been the attractive guest of Mr and Mrs F L Durham on Ne combavenue Miss Bele Jones and her little niece Beulah Lewis were ove from Wildie Tuesday the guests Miss Julia Fish Logan R and L Wearen Hughes were down from Stanford Sunday between trains with the family ol F L Thompson Pr and Mrs W F Cqrter Pr Grayeley R H Ham A M Hiatt Henry and B C Anderson were up from Brodhead yesterday Vfctor C Tate of this place Cecil Mahan Roy and Harry Bird of Williamsburg are making a big noise with Al S Evans Comedy Cqmpany Miss Maude Day of Tazewell Tenn and Miss Melsadie Chad wick of Crab Orchard were guests of Mr and Mrs C B McKenzie on W Main Wednesday Dr W F Carter was up from Brodhead yesterday to attend the Medical Association He was accompanied by his wife and little son Charles Hicks who were tte guests of Miss Virginia Davis W M Fields was up from Lin coln yesterday Few men can claim more friends in the county than he and it is the sincere wish ofhis many friends that the business af Level Gjeen in which Jie ftnd hjs sons recently engaged jvil be a great success John Evans the popular Brod head traveling salesman who is now with the Chamberlain Medi tine Co has recently returned from a Jong trip through the East which was a very pleasant and suc cessful one as well bnhas a trstof friends whowish himthe J greatest success X t Vitv f Miss Joe Davis is spending the week with her sister Mrs B McKeuzu at Mar tburg Miss Virginia Davis attended the Berea fair last week She was the guest of Misses Estella and Ella Ada msIWe are glad to announce that Miss Ida May Adams who has betnso very sick for two e ks is much unproved LOCAL Tess and Teddcowing Monday evening Dont miss it VJhen you think ol Hats think iol J Fish the Swann Hat Agencjf Preaching at the Presbyterian Church Sunday morning and evening FARM FOR SALE For particu larscalland see J F Lewis Mi etsburg Ky Dont forget the Tess and Tedd entertainment nex1 Monday ai 730 p m in trout of Fishs store LostGold Signet Ring Wednesday with initial A engraved on ft Finder will receive reward if left at this office Novice I will not be response lle bur any debts created ort1Jde 03 my wife Della peyatilt Jim G VevauU Tess and Tedd will be at the Brodhead Fair the fIrst day Wed nesday See them They want to see all the children in this county Dr Lewis has closed a deal for the old Peters farm This fa m joins the land owned by Dr Lewis all together makes one of the best farms in Rockcastle county Dr R H Lewis had two good horses killed by the train last Wed nesday morning They were worth about 350 The doctor says he is in the market to buy the best saddle horse he can find PrizeThe first ot next month it will be decided who won the 1000 prize for the best kept premises in Mt Vernon This i worth striving for and if you have prophHenry Matlock a traveling salesman out of Knoxville and oue of the best known traveling men making Kentucky territory committed suicide at his home at Athens Tenn Saturday Domestic trou ble is assigned as the cause of his act Circuit Court will begin on the 21st of this month at which time the town suit will be decided It is to be devoutly wished that the town can avoid further litigation It stops the march of progress that has characterized our town for several years Let us pull together for a larger and better city Mrs Mary Cromer 63 years of age wife of Henry C Cromer des hadwfive children living four daughters and one son and two daughters weatherrSheofgreatly missed in her home and church The remains werelaid to rest in the Walnut Grove burry ijg ground to await the resurrection tsars MASS CONVENTION The Re publicans of Rockcastle county are called to meet in mass convention at the court house in Mt Vernon Ky ori Saturday Aug 19 for the purpose of nominaing a Rcoubli can candidate for Representative from this the 70th Legislative dis trict to be voted for at the November election 1311 U G BAKKR Chm Republican Com Dr Southard was at Corbin on Wednesday to attend the meeting of Kentucky physicians held for the purpose of studying and if pos sible providing for a means of stopping the spread of the disease Pel prevaleniDoctors werepresent from all the adjoining counties and many from other parts of the State including Dr McCormack Mrs L D Ramsey formerly resident of Louisville died at Silver Creek Ky aged 22 sThe remains were brought to this city and the funeral occurredat th Cathedral of the AsFumption Mrs Ramsey was the wife o the superintendent ofa distillery at Silver Creek Her maiden nam e was Sallie Vowels and she was th daughter of Mr and Mrs J E Vowels of 724 SouthstreetCon rierjdurnal VVi i Ho gland Bros Hippodrome Show will be one of the attractions of the Brodhead failpto see itl Town talk J We are all going to the lot sale of the Henry Realty Company on the i4th Beautiful lots and small farms will be sold Will he in Mt Vernon through Circuit Court and every Thursday Friday and Saturday thereafter will fit glasses and do watch and clockwork S C FRANKLIN Masonic Building Tlie popr married than This is the first chance I have ever had to make a start toward owning my home I am going to the lot sale on the i4th where beautiful lots and small tracks are sold on easy Terms William F Ramsey 75 years of ages secretoryof the L H Ramsey yndiate and one of the best Renown citizens of Lexington died his week after a brief illness ol uerifonhis He formerly resided in Stanford where he was a promi tent cattleman He enj wed the distinction of lever having smoked chewedor tasted intoxicating liquor during his life Besides a wife he is stir Vived bythree sonsL H Ram seyv proprietor of the Hippodrome Theatre here and head of the Rams syndicate George Maud El mer Tall of this city N B Ramsey of Berea a brother als- osurvivesLexington Herald The deceased was a relative of our townsman So B Ramsey An irapressive scene was witnessed on Thursday when Mr and Mrs 0 C Williams gave in marriage their ooh daughter Risse to Mr James Coleman West a young bus Loess man of Louisville Ky Their handsome home was attractively decorated with Southern smilax palms ferns and cut flowers Miss Frances Sparks beautifully gowned rendered an appropriate MessrssA Furnish and Victor Tate wearing the favorite flower of tIle bride acted as ushers in assemblin the guests The spacious living room was set apart for the ceremony an onto being erected where the bride and groom plighted their troth Promptly at the hour Hofa the sweet tones of I ohenghriti herald ed the approach of the bride who conld not have been lovlier than she was in the handsome tailored gown with stylish Hat of soft bride s gray carrying a bouquet of valley Lilies The sacred ceremony was performed by Uew Geo S Watson of the Presbyterian church After the ceremony the happy couple assisted by Mr and Mrs C C Williams received in the drawingroom while four of Mt Vernons most attractive maids Misses Julia Fish Louftnna White head Nola Jones and Leila Mae Lovell gowned in dainty dresses of white with sashes of delicate coloring flitted about graciously serv ing the delicious ices and pretty favors The bridal gifts were unusually beautiful among which were many elegant pieces of cut glass sit 4er and handsome household linens e pressive of the high esteem and sincere devotion of their many friendsAmong the out of town guests weeMrs 1C Williams Rich ard G Williams Jr of Somerset Judge and Mrs R G Williams and Higgins Wood of Covingtori VillieBCleland Middiesboro Miss Bessie Turley Richmond Miss LVhitelJead EwingArchand C A West brother of the groom Louisville Mr and Mrs West left on th evening train for an extensive Eastern trip and upon their return will makeLoulsville their home Prior to the wedding some forty relatives and outoftown guest- were bidden to a highnoon luncheon where an elaborate collation was served The tables were decorated in ferns and white carna tltee was radi hefr The SIGNAL offers its hearty congra tu wishehappitiesskeenlytegret midst of one sl11uch beloved an d universally admired f1 v t what men you need early Illire very difficult to tell the age ol ducksThat weed right in the hill Is your worst enemy The farmer Is not much different from anybody else Homegrown plants are much su perior to bought plants ICattle will never do well in the with sheep Land intended for spring crops should bo plowed in the fall Have the holes for the trees to be removed dug wide and deep Squab raising seems to be a fa vorite occupation with suburban peo ple Large trees should be taken up IIrootsstover without making any serious i mistake r Land intended for roots should be plowed as soon as the ground is dry enough to work Mix poultry droppings with an equal quantity of fine earth and put one handful to the hill As soon as the calf learns to eat hay place one handful of whole oats in the feed box once a day A beautiful hedge is made by using zinnias in the back row then calllop sis with white phlox asa border Mangles and sugar beets are the best roots to grow for cattle sheep and pigs and Belgian carrots for horsesAsters can be planted in rows of white and lavender with very pleasing results provided the same kind is lisecj in each row Young turkeys usually have blacV eet which after two years turn gray nd dull and become paler and more sickly as age advances Surplus suckers in blackberry o ed raspberry patches should be trend just like weeds dont let the row set too wide nor too thick Hens in good health having accep fo the dust bath will usually kee ree from lice The house should b swept clean every morning In most all branches of busine competition is generally recognized r creamerg The storekeeper who keeps eggs moorrbe shipped alons as fast as possible Iilayacleanse the bowels and tone up the systemIt said that naval oranges sprung from a single tree that was found growing on the northern shore of the Mediterranean sea nearly 350 years ago Ig dipping pigs great care must be exercised tp cover every part ftf his bgdy tail tq snout a patch as big as a thump nail is left untpuched it wag ppntain the nuclus pf ft new Qrpp Look well after the water Keep it always before the fowls pure and clean and renew It frequently Do not allow them to eat snow Do not let them drink water grown tepid in the sun More insects will be killed in a greenhouse if fumigating apparatus be placed near the roof so that the fumes will descend rising vapors leaving the lower part of a house partially fumigated In careful tests made at the several stations it is found that there is little or no difference in the feeding value of the dry matter of roots and ensi lage and the general opinion is in favor of the silage Honey is the purest and the least harmful of sweets The honey crop Is mostly gain for no flowers need necessarily be raised to pasture the bees 4Tl1Py aid in the fertilization of fruit trees and the smaller clovers Hog cholera is estimated to have been the cause of losses of over 2 000000 to farmers of Illinois but In the future this loss will be greatly low thateserum is being manufactured and used extensively says the Swine Breeder By far the best way to use manure for grain is to spread and mix it with the soil before drilling the best way to topdress the grain early in the fall and the third best during the win hauleClay is called a heavy soil and sand a light soil This does not refejtq weight however Light qn h ayy as applied to soils are tenn it YFCH withsthey can be plowed or fultl fated SEEMED TO GIVE HIM A NEW STOMACH- I suffered intensely after eating and no medicine or treatment I tried seemed to do any gooc1 writes H M Youngpeters Editor of The Sun Lake View Ohio fThe first few doses of Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets gave me surprising li rand the mre health hor sale by Chas C Q IVIS V vi i P 1 r aA lOLook WhosComing 11 TO MT VERNON I HERE ARE vii TESS s TED VW THE STAR BRAND KIDS IThe children of this vicinity ghave to see rTess and ff w Well they are coming here and will give their FREE ENTERTAINMENT A A NOVEL AND AMUSING SONG AND DANCE VAUDEVILLE ACT AT 73O Pt M t MONDAY AUG 14 No building in town is big enough to hold the crowd so a stage will be erected for TesTed ON THE STREET IN FRONT OF OUR STORE WHERE THERE WILL BE PLENTY OF ROOM FOR ALL In case of rain the show will be held at the Court House Tess and Tedd represent the Roberts Johnson Rand Shoe Co of St Louis andare the little folks you have heard so much about in connection with our famous Tess and Tedd School Shoes A BIG TREAT FOR CHILDREN GROWN FOLKS INVITED I Souvenirs for the Little Folks Dont let them Miss t the funI HOME OF TESS AND TEDD SCHOOL SHOES IITHE It It has been suggested that mdiI vidual drinking cups be supplied tt the schools Prof Houston favors this suggestion heartily forl graded school and so do we Sanitation demands such Before any one disapproves we would urge a careful consideration It is only a suggestion but we deem it 4 wise one and one that should be carried into effect It came as somewhat a surprise last Monday when the announce ment was made that Mr Willis McKenzie and Miss Anna May Miller bad eloped to Jellico and were married They returm d here the next evening where they will make their future home The splendid young people hive our very best wishes We are all going to the lot sale on the t4that Brodhead We- don t have to buy to participate in the drawing and the Barbecue dinner A beautiful lot given away absolutely free Remember that next Wednesday is the first day of the Brodhead FairIThe young roan If I can draw the free lot at the Henry Auction Sale on next Monday Aug i4ih I am sure I can get married Sam MqMullen bought a five year old combined saddle and harness mare from Jack Morgan at a fancy pric- eChinkDid you wi think vYbt you would do if yottjlad ooke fellers income ShirleyNessand Jve often wondered what hed do if hey had mine gFORCYA 5TO R A- Be Happy Happy the girl or woman who has never suffered from any of the diseases of womanhood Or if she has been a sufferer happy is she if she has learned of the wonderful benefits of Cardui the womans tonic Cardui is a gentle tonic remedy for womens ailments It is a natural medicinesafe harmless purely vegetable It has been in successful use for more than 50 years It has cured thousands It should do the same for you CARDU I TheWomaifeioiilc Mrs Mary Neely of Denver Tenn saysCllthink there is no tonic on earth as good as Cardui I used it with the very best results I had backache and nearly everything a woman could suffer with until I tpojc Cardui Now I feel better than I have for two years I shall always recommend Cardui to other suffering yeomen I cant praise it too highly As a medicine for weak tired wornout women Cardui is safe and reliable Try i4 today WfieA Ladits Advisory Pent CharU MedicJ e Co Cluttinooea torSptdqUastniciiQM aud 64pae book Howe Treatment tor Womea aeatfnCot 3 GRANVILLE OWENS IlNDERTAKER JI Brodhead Kvl t COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes All Man Telegraph Ot phone orders Prc mptly eI Filled r jjjjjjjjjjjjjjj I 7 i f r 1 a LA k w Entin Ittn 1 Ky i 3 B and sE Licened Embalmer will have charge x f that line of rk for the company w e irOrders by wire tilled Hearse sent to all points E Manager 2 Office Mt Vernon Monumental PHONE 112 = i = A m 4rlt llf All by Wire MT VERNON d Mount Vernon Monumental I of and Manufacturer and Granite Monuments of all kinds Estimates on Propr Phone 112 Court and Lodge Directory COURTS Circuit Court let Monday in January 4 wecki 4th Monday April two weeks 3rd Monday in August three weeks eachQmonth County Court 4th Monday ineachmonth Mt Court 3rd Monday in each m01ltJlIIFour room cottage and goodPLocatedwnorth west of Fair ground Brod head gy Five acres ground tomoO E LAWRENCE 4 r jC I barton Jet Ky f d l utbecauset belsttertf VJ f y 1 r f t JJ J t r CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have- AIwaysBought Bears the Signatureof In- Use For Over Thirty Years ASTORIA ntntntnnnnnnHnnHnnHnntlnnnttn 11VERNON DflSKET DO FoaSAUJ PRACTICAl j = UNDERTAKERS 3 FUNERAL =DIRECTORSAND qM EMBALMERSM Mt Vernon COUCH METALIC CASKETS Coffins Robes awopromptly GEORGE OWENS = Building 111111il1111111111111111111111111111111111Jfl111111111lil1 11il1111111111i fmR ww UNCEtzTAKSrz In Our line of Couch jjj is unex celled zz Hearse sent to all parts of the jft IW COX FilledI WORKS furnished application Caskets Handmade Coffinsfurnishecl County orders Promptly Ae GEOO WENS CLftRYIUNUERTANEB Stanford Ky C C Williams ATTORNFYATIAWt MT VERNON KY JliiOFFICE On 2nd floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Churc streetS Pccial attention giver to collections Phone No 80 W T FRANCIS r I r Dentist Mt Vernon Ky Home and office In the late residence Dr Myers formerly occupied on Old Main St Mt Vernon R e W DYCHE DENTIST MT VERNON KY 0rSt orlr Jrg SpelL y W6rk guaranteed r i If 7 INJUNCTION HOLDS AGAINST lOUlSVlllEI BOARD OF EDUCATION MUST LET PRINTING OF SCHOOLS TO BIDDERIDOHERTY BACK ON THE BOARD Committee Will Recommend That the Licking River be Improved Gov ernor Makes Nominations ExLieut Govenor DeadI FrankfortIn refusing to dissolve the injunction against the board oi education of Louisville in the matter of repainting and repairing the schoo buildings Judge W E Settle de cides an intricate point of law He holds that the work must be done compeultivesame has been made He rules that if the work on each building had cost less than 50 the work could have been done without calling for bids but as the cost in each case was more than 50 it must be done by competi tive bidding GSuggested Changes Gov Augustus E Willson has written to President Taft suggesting that he come to Kentucky the day after the election to dedicate the Lincoln Memorial hall at Hodgenville and the Lincoln statue at Frankfort He wrote the president that he supposed Mr Taft would be in Cincinnati on elec tion day and perhaps would prefer tc come to Kentucky the day after so as to avoid a trip from Washington The first dates the governor thought of were November 9 and 10 instead of 15 and 16 as on those days the chances goodibutsuggest the earlier date just after the election The matter of the date wilji rest with the president and the time will be fixed to suit his convenience Gov Willson plans to have trte president come to Frankfort the morning of November 8 reaching here at 9H oclock He will take breakfast with the Gov and Mrs Willson and will dedicate the Lincoln monument probably about noon Gov Willson plans to have a special train take the presi dent to Louisville in the afternoom ai a convenient time that suits Mr Taft A reception in Louisville on the eve ning of November is planned if it meets with Mr Tafts approval The following morning the party would gc to Hodgenville and Mr Taft would go back to Lo tisville and on to Wash ington in the afternoon Licking Too Will Be Improved The committee of Newport citizens appointed by Mayor Krieger and the Newport commercial associations met the congressional committee oniudown the Ohio jaunt They were ac companied by Congressman Arthur Rouse of the Sixth district who is deeply interested in the project ol making the Licking navigable The congressional committee assured the Kentucky delegation that they were in favor of the improvement and that they would make a recommendation tc that effect to congress upon their return to Washington New Military Company The new Frankfort military com pany was formally mustered in by Major C W Longmire with a full complement of men A G Hodges Jr who has servod as first sergeant in the regular army was elected captain and his experience should make him one of the best equipped captains in the state guard Jas M Pulliam was elected first lieutenant and John Wright second lieutenant Assistant AttyGen John F Lock ett who has been ill for several weeks has been taken to the Norton Infirm army in Louisville for treatment II may be found necessary to perform an operation for his trouble and it was thought best by his family to have him at the infirmary in case an operation is decided upon- ExLieutenant Governor Dead Telegram was received of the death at Toronto Canada of Hon II T Tyler of Hickman He was a retired lawyer financier lieutenant governor Was identified with many prominent business enterprises and was one of wealthiest men in Western Kentucky Fire at Breathitts Fire which stated about noon In the attic of the house occupied by Judge James Breathitt attorney gen eral did considerable damage before it was extinguished The largest loss to Judge Breathitt resulted from wa ter the house being flooded County Clerks The fifth annual convention of the Kentucky County Court Clerks assa elation will be held September 7 and 8 Rate Complaint- A complaint was filed with the state railroad commission by the Ohio Val ley Tie Co against the Louisville Henderson St Louis railway The complainant says the railroad com pany has collected 94038 more that it is entitled to as freight on ship rents on ties A hearing will be given in the matter on the first Wednes day in September The postmaster general designated Lebanon as a postal savings bank tc begin business August 25 iA KING WHO LEFT HOME PaulIIKing of all LRxati fjJr Kings New Life Pillsand that theyre a blessing to all hie family Cure constipation headache indigestion dyepepia Only 25c at Chas C Davis ChIldren Cry FOR FLETCHERS S + RiI y Explosion Penitentiary One of the cylinder heads ol big engine In penlte Mary blew out but no one was seriously hurt The cylinder head shattered Itself against the stone foundation of the boiler lox tIe other engine and did no damage tc the building It will take several days to repair the damage but the auxiliary engines will probably be aLe to keep the machinery in all the shops going till the repairs are completed One of the convicts who worked about the engine room was in the room at the time of the explosion and breathed some of the escaping steam For a time it was thought that he was seriously affected by it but he revived in a few minutes COL W B H LD MAfII NewlyElected President of the Kentucky Press Association INE FOOTERS ENTERTAINED LouisvilleIn a whirlpool of gayety the members of the national rivers and harbors committee of congress and 100 or more inland waterways boosters on a tour or inspection ol the Ohio river between Pittsburg and Cairo were engulfed here From the time the visitors were taken off the Kanawha to inspect improvement work on the falls of the Ohio until they waved farewell from the steamer to hundreds of men and women on the shore at Riverview park it was one round of pleasure High School Cadets Gov Willson has received a letter from the assistant secretary of war calling attention to the fact that provision has been made for the organ zation of high school cadet companies in the various states and urging that Kentucky organize such companies The department is interested in haying such companies formed and will furnish guns and equipment and allow for rifle practice It is necessary that the Kentucky legislature make some provision authorizing the formation of such companies before anything can be done Crowds At Capitol chU1drenterest They were from Emminence and New Castle and came on a special train The capitol was crowded all morning and in the afternoon the other places of historic interest swarmed with the delegation Roberts Succeeds Shelby Gov Willson decided to appoint Samuel J Roberts of Lexington edi tor of the Leader state election com missioner to succeed John T Shelby of Lexington David W Fairleigh ol Louisville was appointed to succeed Shelby but declined W B Doherty is a member of the state library commission He was ap pointed to succeed Miss Fannie Raw son as a member of the board Miss Rawsons vacancy was caused by her election as secretary of the commis sionProf M A Scpvell of the experi ment station lectured on the Islands of Jersey and Guernsey and told stu dents of the State university of his trip there in search of fine cattle for James B Haggins Elmendorf farm LexingtonAt a meeting of the road committee of the fiscal court a resolution providing that no one in the employ of Fayette county should be permitted to sell rock was passed OFFICER IN DUEL Lexington In a duel in which qn man used a revolver and the other jj knife the former came out victorious Henry Vise the knife user was in stantly killed by Constable John Sti versoA man by the name of Lee White who went to the constables assistance was badly cut while Stivers is ia a serious condition from several knife wounds A letter has been received from the oflicers of the Farmers National con gress asking that Gov Willson ap pint delegates from Kentucky to the meeting which will be held in Washington on October 12 The governor will name a list of delegater if he can find farmers who want to attend from this state For the first time in the history the state a notary public has resigned his position The governor received a letter from Wilt A Jonas now living in Kansas City resigning asa notary PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weak Ihad spells Icould hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 es My doctor could nothelp me but I was completely cured by KINGSNew MrsJ ECe Joliet Ill SOcAHI 1W ATJiLL DRUGGISTS Statement of Mi Vernon Graded School From June 30 1910 to June 30 191- 1RECEIPTS Amt col construction concrete walk 50 00 Amt col outside tuition ir4 37 old scbool bldg 350 00 Co Supt 1003 30 II from sheriff tax of all kinds including fran chises etc IQII 81 Amt col Herbert Cox for glass i oo Total 3430 48 DI URSMENTS G M Fredricks work 3 oo Harvey Owens oo Mell Moore 3 76 O F Walen 2 So- T A Houston ex to Lex 8 oo Robert Lee work i 50 Sam Owens i 28 S F Bow nan rec deed i 7S H C Gentry work i oo W A Davis survey dist 13 00 C C Cox glass 7 00 Ben Fishback work 75 W C Kirby mdse gn 3ftINeal Parrott work 25 59 E S Albright printing 17 50 T A Houston hooks 38W J Sparks coal 52 5 county school furniture 148 7 T A Houston supplies 2 15 W J Sparks Co floor oil 3 20 30I00I30iNeal Parrott work 8 80 Chas C Dovis school sups 9 oo 1M J Miller Co coal 4 06 Lewis overchage of tuition 2 25 Robert Lee work oo Joe Red cleaning toe 50 Mell Moore oiling floor 2 So- W J Sparks Co furnishing oil 3 67 U G Baker mdse i 60 Janitors 101 oo Teachers salaries for the year 2974 47 Total 3428 23 RRCAPITULATION Total receipts 343 48 Total disbursements 3428 21 Balance in treasury 2 25 All of which is respectfully sub scribed CHAS C THIRTY YEARS TOGETHER Thirty years of association think of it How the merit of a good thing stands out in that timeor the worthlessness of a bad one So theres no guess work in this evidence of Thos Ariss Concord Mich who writes I have used Dr Kings New Discovery for 30 years and its the best cough and cold cure I ever used Once it finds entrance in a home you cant pry it out Many families have used it forty years Its the most infallible throat and lung medicine on earth Unequaled for lagrippe asthma havfever croup quinsy or sore lungs Price Sac roo Trial bottle free Guaran teed by Chas C Davis KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following are the ates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1911 as far as reported Alexandria September SS days Barboursville Aug 30 3 days Bardstown Aug 304 days BRODHEAD Aug J63 days Burkesville Aug 154 Erlaneer Aug 224 days Falmouth Se daysPFern Creek Aug 16 4 days Frankfort Aug 294 days Germantown Aug 243 days Hodgenville Sept S3 days Horse Cave Sept 2a4 days Lawrenceburg Aug 154 days daysLedaysLexLondon Aug 224 days Sept11Ky6 ria 5adaysyMonticello Sept 5 4 days daysMountParis Sept 5S days days5hepherdsville Somerset Aug 30 3 Union town AuS 85 days daysV timeBuYDiarrhoeaColicIt is almost isFenno npenor DavisFrr i r lri St o ws our o For The People and Against Combines and Monopolies Our Motto is To Sell them Low and send and Get More Every body said the boys wouldnt stick but they have moved tc the Masonic brick with a car of Old Hickory Wag ons Car of Field Fencing Wire Car of Building and Finishing nails Car of Flooring andil VfSe1 finishing lumber Car Best Flour meal 4 csff corn gg hay i L buggies cement 1J Big four plasterC All kinds of paint hardware and groceries Stock is complete We have no junk Our shoes are sold for a legitimate profit and guaranteed You must be satisfied or your mon ey back We have a complete line and our guarantee is you must b satisjie g or your money back Come and See Usfh 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