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J1tf1i1l hUa Published very Friday art catrva L a XXIV MT KYM AUG 18 47 COUNTY FAIR It is usually the custom to say that the last exhibition of the County Fair wm a great success ard excelled all former exhibitions With the rgn exhibition of the Rockcastle Fair it is deserving and can truthfully be said that it is the best held President Granville Owens and Secretary J Thomas Cherry with the able assistance of the board of directors R H Harnm A E Albright snd John Robins have exerted every effort to redeem the past and gue a air where any one would feel like he got his moneys worth The first days attendance was neat iv double any former year and for the second day was as good and toj day is looked forwardto as a record hall display was great and was conceded by every one to be the equal of not superior to that shown at any small fair in the state with the farm pro ducts which shows a wonderful im provement in the Rockcastle pro ductions over what it used to be The products of the culinary de partment and the hand made ar ticles attracted much attention and showed great skill tu the part of L the exhibitors The following are the premium award for the first day Wheat C B Helton first J W Moore second white coin H C Jones farst H C Bowman second yellow corn Walter Rogers fiirst H C Jones second oats I W Moore first green beans C A Vheldpn first W M Helton second sweet potatoes J W Shutts first Mrs Eliza Helton second irish potatoes Granville Leece first Geo A Hayes second onions Jack Hysinger first C T Sigmon second turnips George Haves first tomatoes Geo Haves first Mrs Dolly Albright second beets Cash Hiatt first C T Sig inauisecOMd dried apples Mrs Joan Cash first Mrs America Adams second Cucumbers S D Carpenter first Mrs Susie Leece second display vegetable Mrs x u- l i 11 VOLUME VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTS 1911NUlII3LR II ROCKCASTIE proportionately breakerThe andespecially Minnie Hayes first J H BarsH tt second apples Ben Duke first ja k BIPurcell rlrstj Chloe Blauton second pears John Lair first A B Sams secondwhite grapes Mrs Ellen Harp first Wilse King second lrsIS D Carpenter first muskmellon Mat Stevens first Mrs Olte Wil = hams second cVnteloye Mat Ste DukeIBarnett second display fruit T Lair first John Lair secoed tobacco J H Barnett first Green Lovmgs second broom corn T R Lair first Ben Brunet second sugar cane W M King first John Shivel second millet Z Euierick first H C Jones second timothy Fred Shivel first T B Llir second Clovt r C T bigraan first Henry Hvsinger second alfalfa Wilse King first Alberta King sec ond CULINARY DEPARTMENT White and golden cake Mrs Mollie Durham first cocoanut cake Mrs Mollie Durham first Mrs Belle Lear second chocolate cake Mrs Minnie Hayes first old fash- iOned corn pone Mrs Elva Brown first Mrs Bettie Johnson second biscuits Mrs Elva Brown first salt rising bread Mrs Linda Benton first yeast bread Mrs W M King first Mrs R L Smith tec ond PRESERVES Peach preserves Mrs Anna Shumate first Miss Chloe Blanton second pear preserves Mrs Elva Brown first Mrs Bettie Johnson second tomatoe preserves Mrs Mary Branaman first Mrs John Crawford second apple preserves Mrs Joan Cash first Mrs Mennie Hayes second quince Miss Clyde Lair first Mrs Belle Leas second best display of preserves Mrs Minnie Lair rLLLESv Apple jelly Mrs J W Proctor first Mrs R N Williams second grape Mrs Belle Lear first Mrs Minnie Haves second plum Mrs Elva Brown first Mrs Ctrs Morris second peach Mrs Belle Leas first Mrs Joan Cash second H AN D MADE ARTICLES Calico quilt Mrs Dorothy Owens first Mrs Laura Herrin second calico coaiort Mis Dorthy Owens first Mrs Maude Brown second coverlet Miss Docia Kmser first Mrs Jno Williams second counter pare Mrs ELIZA Houston first Mrs C S Armstrong second worsted quilt Miss Etta Frith first Mrs R N Williams second home made blanket Mrs Joan Sayers first Mrs C A l heeldon second gentlemons gloves Miss Lillie Hopkins first Mrs J A Hopkins second ladies gloves Mrs Ellen Mahaffey first Miss Georgia Miller second table cover Mrs Naunie Howell first Mrs Delia Howard second silk embroidery Mrs John Williams first cotten embroidery Mrs Rebecca Williams first Mrs Ina Roberts second silk quilt Mrs S D Carpenter first Mrs Susie Smith second crochet cotton Mis Iuav Robrtsfir t Miss May Miller second drawn work Mrs Joan Sayers first Mrs John Williams second pin cushion Miss Jennie Daviz first Mrs J A Hop kins second sofa pillow Mrs Elia Franklin first Mrs Belle Lear second sun bonnet Mrs Jane Rogers first Mrs R L Smith second- MISCELLANEOUS Honey comb B 1 Blankenship first H S Branasnan second sorghum Albert King first G M Sigmon second cake of butter Mrs W M Kingfirst Mrs Lizzie Shutts second sweet pickels Mrs Elva Brown first Mrs J M Craw ford second grape wine Wilse King firsl blackberry wine G A Hayes first Mrs Ollie Williams second cucumber pickels Mrs Ollie Brown first Mrs Mary Bran amon second chow chow Mrs Mollie Durham first Mrs Minnie Hayes second home made apple vinegar H C Jones first Mrs F J Jones RINGS r Most graceful lady horseback eceeeesseeasea aomo eoeoaoesoooeabeoeESaeG60 Q 19viiiii as 96tl00Y7iYt9C07000EtlNOA ifO Ni i We Are Now Ready to Show You The best line of Skirts and Pants ever sold in this country Heavy Serge and many other patterns in pants Prices 2 3 4and QUEEN SKIRTS All the new styles and patterns in Skirts including the tan and gray effects made in both pannel arid apron back and front Last Spring we were not able to supply the demand so we have bought heavily for Fallwhich have now begun to arrive Each week we will have new pattern in all the new styles Dont fail to let us show you v i VOILS PANAMAS t SERGES to 1500 rider Miss Clyde Sig mon first Miss Bettie Jones second best boy horseback rider under 12 years Ray Crawford farst Tom Sigmon second best running walker confined to Rockcastle county Allen Hiatt first T J Nicely second Dick Albright third in the mule race Mitchell Norton took first Edgar Edwards second and john Fuget third plug horse running race J B Saylor first John Norton second- C B Helton third Jest combined saddle and harness mareor gelding H C Jones first JT Rigsby second J H Thompson third The penium awards for yesterday and to day willappear in our next issuet100 RE DJQOi The readers of pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease tltat sc e ce has been able to cure n all its stages and that isCataifi Halls Catarrh Cure is the onl r positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease a constitutional reqUite =s Ca tarrh Cure is acting directly upon thebloodand mucous surfaces of thel svstetnr thereby destroying the ndation of the disease and giving the patient strength by build ig up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The p oprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer ne Hun dred Dollars for any casej that it fails to cure Serd for list of testimonials Address F J CHENEVCO Tofedo 0 ITfor constipation tv FOR SALEPair fourf year old mules 15 Yz hands high Si J J SMITH Hiatt Ky Phone in Residence 1 i France has adopted the rules of the road1 which hajvgvjt jjijj been observed in England The rules are to this effect that drivers of all vehickles must keep to the left in passing each other and to the right in overtaking and passing SUTTON av 0 IYICDLLBEGINNINC TOARi NOWsees ji ie es 0- eeeeeseeeeees tc111ie eooooeoooooosooesowi2z DRODHEAD Lester OBannon of Stanford is with Jas Frith Mr and hf L B Hilton are with horaefolkp Misses Ross of New Haven are the guests of Miss Sallie Howel E S Albright of Mt Vernon was in town Monday Miss Willie Beotou is entertaining her visitors with a house party during the fair Jno Perkins of Jot City is with Douglas Martin Mrs L B Cable is visiting in the country Elmer Thompson of Paris is here during the fair Miss Lula Bird of Wn sburg is visiting hr brothert Henry and Roy Bird Mr and Mrs G M Berry of Lexington Mr and Mrs Harve Vanhook of Buruside Mrs R H Batsin and little daughter Ceciland Miss Susie Helton of L incaster and Misses Ethel and Jno Eva Hilton Stanford are the guests of Mr and Mrs J Thomas Cherry this week Miss Florence Pennington ret turned to her home at Livingston Tuesday after visiting here for the past few weeks The lot sale was quite a success last Monday all the lots were sold but not very highIMr F Francisco has taken pos session of the Frith Hotel recently vacated by R B Sams Mr Sams and his family will more to Leb anon in a short while Mrs Lou Purcell of St Louis Mo visited Mrs J R Cass first of the week The fair thus far has been a suc cess larger crowd the first day than has been for a long time Will Stevens of Maywood was up WednesdayJno was in town Thurs day Miss Ann Tate and Walter Mil ler are the guests of Mrs J Wv Tate during the fair Mr and Mrs Marion Sullivan of Williamsburg are with Mr and MrsTony Brooks Several from Mt Vernon at tended the fair Wednesday- Mr and Mrs Chas McKenzie are visiting Miss Gertrude Martin Miss Rosa Pike has as her guest Miss Essie Pike of Livingston Miss Alma Carsau of Guthrie Oklahoma is visiting friends and relatives here Miss Carsno left twenty years ago to be principal ol the high school and stillholds the same position Miss Virginia Davis is with Mrs W F Carter this week Mr and Mrs Will Howe and children of Richmond and Mrs Belle Henderson of Lowell are the guests of Mr and Mrs E B New landMrs Cora Gibbs and children have returned to their home at Pineville after visiting relatives hereDrs Gene Brown and family and OB n on and wife of Stanford attended the fair yesterday Chas Adams of Berea and Dr Gibson of Richmond were over yesterdayMiss Evans after a ling ering illness of consumption died last Sunday night at i2 oclock She was the oldest daughter of Mrs Jack Ballard and was eighteen years old and a member of the Baptist church She was burried in the Baptist cemetry last Tues day afternoon at tour oclock Her mother grand mother and several sisters are left to mourn her lossjl MrJjfJnq Adams age 65 died last Frida Y pneumonia and was bur ried on Saturday afternoon He leaves two sons both of thfs place to mourn his loss An ordinary case of diarrhoea can asarute be cured by a n dose of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy foribowelChas 0 DavisI Last year there were distributed analCrel I l amc y 1887r FRIDAY 5VV 250 Woman f swOver Womans most glorious endowment is the power to awaken and hold hc pure and honest love ofn op worthy man When she loses it and still loves on i no one in the wide world can know the heart a oiy she endures The woman who suffers from weak 1ness and derangement of her special womanly cv ganism soon loses the power to sway the heart of td a man Her general health suffers and she loses her good looks her attractiveness her amiability withthemanyIis a positivespecific for the weaknesses and disorders peculiar to women It purifies regu willadviseIT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG SICK WOMEN WELL Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets andregulate strengthen Stomach Liver and Bowls Cts i U own IRealand Farm Property Bought r1H you want to buy a home in town or a good farm call t tfListOffice in Masonic Buildilg DELPHI WEBB 9 July G2m LIVINGSTON lY Y xS K At = Yi T Yfi ALLOUTDOORS INVITES I ir e 7 K0DrAKrl i 200 to 6500 Establ ished Man Town SbldW YOUR ASIA J Kodak means progressive pleasure the pleasure of tak ing the pictures plus thi greater pleasure of possessing ithem i CHASXCDAVISLEADING i9 Phone 39 MT VJSRNON KY i q fI NOV ABOUT YO- URWATCH DOES IT KEEP CORRECT TIME IF NOT 1 WHY NOT If you are having anysuch trouble about your watch or clpck Lust turn it over to ns and if it does not run all OKJtfwil cob you nothius We guarantee our work Give us a tliiJ We do all kinds of soldering and repair work i j FRANK MOORE L IAT DR S C DAVIS DRUG STORE MTV 1 I JJ If 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 4I have used Dr Kings New Discovery for 30 years and its the best cough and cold cure I ever used IIOnce itfinds entrance in a homeyou cant pry it out Many families theIon q lagrippe asthma havfever croup quinsy or sore lungs Price 500 100 Trial bottle free GUaran t ed by Chas Cv Davis V y FORi The worlds king distance record in balloon flight that stood for fifty years was by Wise from St Louis in 1859 This record was re estab lished by a flight from the same city in 1910 Atwood who plans a longdistance aeroplane flight from the West to Now York now thinks of these reasonsof starting it m- St Louis Children Oiy iIf r A machine has been inventedsiQ iEranqe for stringing bad m w r t rl ML VRNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Aug 19 1911 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 For Governor JAMES B McCREARY For LieutenantGovernor EDWARD J McDERMOTT For AttorneyGeneral JAMES S GARNETT For Auditor HENRY BOSWORTH For State Treasurer THOMAS G RHEA For secretary of State C F CRECELIUS For Supt of Public Instruction BARKSDALE HAM LETT For Commissioner of Agriculture J W NEWMAN For Clerk of Court of Appeals ROBERT L GREENE The Democrats of Kentucky Tuesday night adopted a platform on which their candidates previously named in a primary will go be fore the people of the State and ask for their suffrages The fight on the county unit plank as was fore cast took place andone was in serted declaring that temperance should not be made a partisan issue between political parties but calling for an extension of the present local option law as applied to the sale of liquors so tht thecitizfens ot each county may determine whether liquors Shall be sold therein The tempeiance piank which was adoptedSection 13 temperance is essentially a moral nonpolitical and social question and should not be made a partisan issue between political parties We favor the extension of the present local option law as applied to the sale of liquor which has been upheld by our highest court as valid and constitutional so that the citizens of each and every court ty in the state may determine for themselves whether spiritous vin teas or malt liquors may be thereinThe oldI minority imbraced the fol lowingras a substitute for section 13 but gas iSJeQtedj It feftds as follows The1 demoetatic pctHYoferI tucky is and has alga tl s been a party of moderation and temper ance Every existing statute in restriction of the sale and use of intoxicants was enacted by a demo crane legislature and approved by a democratic governor Uualter ably opposed to the principle of paternalism and pledging the party to the vigorous enforcement ol the laws the democrats of Kentucky renew their allegiance to the time honored pnncrple of self gwern ment and homerule emboded by the local option clause of the state constitution and denounce the doubleJealirig and byprociisy o the republican effort to drag into party politics s socialmoral and religious quesiton having no proper place therein Now that the whiskey question can not be made a special grounds for argument by one party over the other in the coming Campaign it Kentucky it seems to us that it is only a matter of party strength and any old fool ought to know what that means PELLAGRA IS PROBABLYINFECTIOUS That pellagra may be injecdous is the belief of Dr Geo W Armes superintendent of the institute for the Feeble Minded at Frankfurt He has had some experience with the disease which is attracting so much attention just now and when the members of the Board of Con trol said to him that there were several cases at the asylum at Lex ington he told the Board that there would be more cases The members of the Board scouted this idea but it has been shown that Dr Armes was right for the num ber of cases is greater than they were several months ago Dr Armes said that the one case which had been treated at the In stitute hereabout a year ago when a boy sent from the asylum at- Lakeland was found to have pella gra Dr Armes had him isolated and the patienttvasnot allowad to mingle with the other inmates of the Institute This is the only case that has been found here and Dr Armes makes an examination of very inmate at least once each week to see that they are in good health IThe disease is a peculiar one and death results from exhaustion Dr Armes saysfhat neurotic per sons are more susceptible to the disease for which reason pellagra more often is found in the asylums for the insane The first symptoms is a breaking out on the back of the hands and the bridge of the nose This skin is trouble itches only slightly and is said to look like sunburn The back of the neck and the tops of the feet show the same skin affection Later the bowels are affected and there is a loss of appetite with some fever IDr Armes says that little is of the disease and there is no cure known the only treatment being fresU Sir and 11VotedfeodtHt sayb the pbor lood theory has beet exploded and what one eats has nothing to do with the disease Dr Armes says his opinion is that it isa nerve starvation and tht disease comes from the nerves Foi several years there have been case pellagra in the asylum of this andother states and Km ucky has had fewer cases than most of the statesOne peculiarity of the disease is the uapleasantodor which emana es from the bodies of persons afflicted with pellagra For this reason pellagra is thought to he akin to leprusy and it is regarded as one 101 the must dreadful disease that known The Rnckfeller Institute is spending large sums of money to investigate pellagra and try to discover what causes it as well as a cure Thus far thIhave done neither and not only do nut know what causes the disease but also do not know how to treat it or effect its cure Dr Armes says itis not known whether the disease is commnnica ble or not but the general opinion is that it may be infectious and fherefore patients should be ifolat 3d Frankfort News Journal ALFALFA Alfalfa is a crop that can by grown successfully in any region of Kentucky provided certain con dtions ate met They are First a fairly fertile soil second a well drained soil third a soil with more than enough lime in it to come acidity fourth a soil free from weeds With these conditions of preparedIand makes a good contact with the subsoil Alfalfa may be sown in the spring on ground free from weeds but as most farmers have difficulty i getting rid ofweeds and we believe the chance fur a stand are better in a fall sowing we will give the methbd of procedure in Alfalfafmay follow a crop potatoes or daugerIthat graund may too to prepare well therefore it is bet ter to use land which may be pre pared in the early spring How ever the method cf procedure is the same First throughly disk the ground arid follow immediately with o turning plow The ground should be harrowed every week or ten days until seeding time Especially should the ground be har rowed after rains as soon as pos maistureIrbeup will germinate The frequent bar dinot fore sowing as this may throw up weed seed that may not start until after the alfalfa is sown The seed bed should be well compacted so ifnecessary use the roller Three lor four weeks before seeding ap ply lime if necessary to use it Try sow e on a small plot even if you think you dont need This is E YI I SOME LEFTr We still have some few articles in the list of bargains juptedlast week left on our shelves We have made these prices in order to attract others and thoes who take If d4iitagearethe ones who will be benefited S Ladies Lowcuts and pumps in pa ent le Lther vicit dun V metal and velvet price cut onehalf r MeiifS Shoes alt prices never before offered by ths orv g any other store in Mt Vernon f v All 30U Underwear goes for 89cf q 1t lens 125 Hats for jr 75c t Mens 100ll ll 50c7 rJ v Best calico at 412c yd Ginghkms 5c to IOc per yd Korean Silk in white and lavendar t sale price 35c uttolc Waist goods 30c values go at 17c per yd Pure white linen at 19c per yard We are offering many other bargains not quoted in this list Come iii andexamine All sales at these prices strict = r lyoash r GHAS yEtMcKENlE W ii 1f M VERNONt KY p i- DepK x333I the only way Id find out deliniu the lime requirements of the soih- Disk the time in well Either air E slacked lime brrav gr mod lime tone may be used In buying = fresh burnt lime reitiemrJer iLtIt requires 56 Ibs of it to evual 100 = tbn ol raw ground limestone tE Seed between August 15th and- S ist at the rate of 20 pounds per acre Just before seeding harrow S and roll the ground Sow one half o the seed in one direction and the oti er cross vie ol this in order to get an even stand Hart ow in light ly Ii at the end of three days t there is not prospect for rain apply the roller to firm the ground ard brnig the moisture up to tht seed The whole story can not be tola i Tan article oi this length For further information address GEO ROBERTS Agronomist Agricultural Expii ment Station Lexington KYI POPULAR EXCURSION LAND OF THE SKY ND- SAPPflInE COUNTRY Tuesday September i2th the Queen Crescent Route in con section with Southein Railways will operate a special Excursion to the Land of the Sky and Sapphire Country at the following low round trip fares irom Danville Asheville NC 750 Heudersonvijle C 35u ty avnesville N C 8 50 Lake Toxawa N C9aoFinal limit to retvrn until Sep te nber 27th 1911 Special train consisting of Pull man Room Sleeping Cars Pullman Observation Sleeping Cars Modern Day Coaches electrical lighted will leave Dauville at 1005 P m Tuesday September l2ih Upon payment ot 150 additional to fares named above tickets will be routed going direct or returning via Chattanooga Lookout Moun tainur the reverse Stopovers will be permitted at many points including Knoxville Tenn enabling passengers to visit the Great Appalachian Exposition ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS OR ADDRESS HC King Passenger and Ticket Agent Lexington Ky VA Beckler General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio v GOING WEST Who is the next lucky man to get the best stand in Rockcastle CountyEighteen 1800000 dollars worth of lands merchandise etc for sale privately and on easy terms Nine hundred and eightyeight q88 acres oMand on the waters of Dry Fork and Skeggs creek 4 6 and 8 miles south of Mt Vernon in 5 separate farmes from no to 250 acres each with 6 home build ings and 13 tenant houses Quite a boundyry of coal la nd within 4 miles of Mt Vernon which will be reached by the new pike Two store houses and complete stock of goods two of the best lo cations in the County One 40 h p saw mill and bind saw complete Also my live stock mules horses hogs cattleetc and many other things too numerous to mention- I nave decided to go to the west and I certainly have the property the location andwill make the price and terms to suit the man who is loosing for one ot the best loca tions in Rockcastle County W M Mullock Hansford CASTORIAFor The Kind You Nato Always Bought Bears thedSignature cf Cutf and briiises may be healed in about onethird the time re quired by the usual treatment by applying Chamberlains Liniment It is an antiseptic and causes such injuries to heal without matura tion This liniment also relieves soreness of the muscles and Rheumatic pains For Sale by Chas C Davis There are at eighteen recognized systems of wireless tele graphy AbqufiOo trademarks each week are registered at the Patent Office in Washington Travelers in Switzerland average about 5pooopoa Year of which number aboit 6 per centare AmericansA Last India has invented an electric pen that carbonizes the shactof paer bveT which it passes 1t1ttttttttttttttttttTttttttttt11f11tttttttttt11t1 I GOING SOME I THE 3 1titlii iittitll s H For service in war France has built a which catries three men It is driven by a 200 horsepower motor No married man in Vienna is allowed to go up in a balloon without consent of his wifeand his chil dren it there are any It is rather singular that Wash ington is the only State West of the Rockies that contains coal from which coke can be madeIFor the first time in the history of athletics the Chinese are to corn pete with other nations at the Olympic Games of 1912 In track and field sports the students of the University of Shanghai for three years have been coached by an ATTACK LIKE TIGERS In fighting to 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 saltI rheum and sores multiply and strength and appetite fail This condition demands Electric Bitters to regulate stomach liver and kidneys and to expel poise ns from the blood They are the bet blood purifier writes C T Budahn of Tracy CalifHI have ever found They make rich red blood strong nerves and build up your health Try them at Chas C DavisICourtship may be a romance but marriage frequently transforms it into psofane htstoryIWhen you are offered something for nothing you should accept itif to double its valueINo Al nzthe cigarette habit doesnt always cause weak minds In a mony sales it merely indicates them A well known Des Moines woman after sufferipg miserably tor two days from bowel complaint was cured bv one dose of Ch tuber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy For sale by Chas C Davis Play is the work we do that isnt c mpulsory If misery loves company its up to everybody to get married Many a man starves to day while feeding on the hopes of tomorrow If the average man has any virtues he feels like for for themti Theres nothing like the knise of caudor for severing the bonds of friendship ACCUSED OF STEALING E E Chamberlain oc Clinton Me boldly accuses Bucklens Arnica Salve of stealing he sting cuts corns bruises sprains and njuries of their terror he says ads a healing remedy its equal out exists Only 250 at Chas C Davis e Guess its going some g to have reputation of selling the BEST FurnitureI Rugs I Carpets I and HouseFurnishings in thjs section of Ken tuckyThats what they all say ai dIam proud to state I can prove it Ill take pleasure in showing you the NEWEST thats NEW = S B McKENZlE 5 FURNITURE MAN MT VERNON KY i1t1111ll1i111ii11111i1LiitiilliUtiltiiiUiiilii11it1iiltil 11111l1111111il11111111Ll1111111111 monoplane Englishman great apologizing painI tttt1ttttt1t11ttt1t1 t1t111t1tt1t1 tt11 iwiIA COUNTS 2 Iw w EAs small as a dollar as large as thousands Eof dollars = w = And no matter how large an account may be = we realize that it is made up of a certain num w = bee of sip 1e dollars = whoearnmndw= erate incomes = It ought to induce them to do something toward 3Eaccumnlating a worthwhile provision for the fu = ture w We maintain that a savings account at this bank 3= an account in which the owner is REALLY IN = = TERESTED is an investment hard to beat == wYours E PEOPLES BANK M PHONE 46 3 11111il11111111111111111111111111111 111111111111111111111111111111111 tnnt nn nnn ttng nnn nn I MilThisA Home Institution fta + 1 home to our good farmers and business men It is a home institution Z3 for our home people We will pay you good interest on your idle = personalLffi alwayswa receipt cannot be disputed The endorsed checkwhich i will be returned to you is incontestible proof of the payment of the bill 5 carL= = Come in and let us talk these matters over with you UITHE BANK INCORPORATED OF MT VERNON jw MT VERNON KENTUCKY 11111 111111 111111 111ii 111111 111111tS COLD RINKSr t PURE Icecream and Soda Water Chocolate HomeMade Candy ibl i SANDERS z ii Crab r tla1ct K 1t i r A hI yt yww 4 rte rte 4 + n i hrxlKEVtiA vib 4fi W T t r i r t ML VERN N SIGNAL I MT VHnON KY Aug 19 1911 I 79 Cali No when you watittoCommurii cute with SIGNAL 19 0 6 R Co TIME TABLE 22 north 453 pm 24 north 352 a m 23 south 1138 a it 21 South 1219a m LAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice a secondclass mail matter PERSONAL Rr G Dixon of London is visiting Sam McClure Rev G S Watson wasin Frank fort a few days this week Most every one who could pos sibly get away went to the fair Mrs E S Albright and children are at London for a week or two Mr Honk writes us that it is all a mistake that he will remain in JamestownMr Mrs J C West are sojourning in the Empire State cu their bridal tour Mr and Mrs J M Brown of East Eernstadt are visiting rela tivesand attending the fair Born to the wife of S P Sowder a fine girl baby babe doing well but the mother is very sick Will Dyche was here from Lon don Monday advertising the Lon don fair which begins next Tuesday and lasts four days Judge L W Bethurum was at Elizabith town Monday to hear Judge ORear in his opening speech of the Republican Campaign Gardner who has been working in Sowders barber shop for past several weeks will go to Livingston to run a shop He is a splendid bat berRecently an article appeared in this paper that J E Houk would leave Jamestown Ind and locate at North Salem Rev Martin Sunday Schocl worker for Eastern Kentucky will lecture at the court house to morrow evening and preach Sun day morningLOCAL Fish is closing out some S15 suits at 9 7s Call at Andersons restaurant for hot and cold lunches Tom Omara is here from Nashville for a few days vacation Miss Ethel Reynolds daughter of Mr and Mrs T G Reynolds js dead Miss Edith Clemens of Richmond Va is the guest of the Misses Francis Rockcastles five votes were cast in favor of county unit plank in Democratic platform at State con vention Andersons restaurant at the rear of J T Adams store is the place to get your lunches hot soups etc during court- Dickersons sale is now where the big red signs are Mens good wool suits 2 98 Dont fail to attend the big ten das sale bargains every day Our telephone exchange has re ceivedfromrahingteu a Govern ment standardized thermometer which in connection with the weather bureau at Louisville by tele phone daily except Sunday and holidays will enabled us to let our people know the actual degree of temperature at any particular sour Its the only standardized instrument in Rockcastle At Democratic county Mass con vention held here last Saturday county chairman G C Fish was made pet manent chairman and James Maret secretary Resolu tions adopted heartily endorsed the gallant work done by the Demo cratic members of Congress No jneution was made in resolutions Tegardjng county unit though the delegates named were favorable to casting vote iu Louisville convert Lion for it Among the delegates selected were C C Williams J W Brown F Francisco Tames Maret Ashley Owens and others who desired to attend the State convention which met on the isth J aQa iiest Monday is Circuit Court J H 1ickerxunsbi Casing out sale f8 now oh The L Nwill run an excur sion to Ldndon on Friday How many Ml Vernon bos know how to make a set of figure 4 triggers for setting traps The recursion to London next Friday is dueat Mt Vernon at 8 50 IoIfor the round trip Miss Ida May Adams is very math improved and expects to leave today for California with her brother Jack to syend a month Rev William Williams diedat his home near Orlando this county list night at 7 oclock after an ill ness lasting several weeks Rev Williams was one of the leading Baptist Ministers in the country and a splendid goodman The burial will take place this after noon at the family burying ground with masonic hoi or U G Baker Monday began cleaning ofT the lot on which his store room burned last July and as fast as possible will push to com plehon a handsome two story brick building which will be longt r wider and a much handsomer building than the former one R H Casey the contractor who built the Peo pes Bank recently drew the plans which Mr Baker will use George Rogers the strong boy was at the Brodhead fair He is 22 years of age stands 35 inches high and weighs 7 5 pounds but that is- is all muscle He can muscle 65 pounds in each hand bends the iron bar between his teeth in tact be har 11 knows his strength When you have an opportunity to see George dont fail to take advantagE ofthe opportunity YOU will enjoy seeing him and be surprised at his wonderful performances Miss Nina L Skelton who vas here Monday with her two children less and Ted is a native of Rock astle county a daughter of A J ox The family eft here duriri he war and located in Missouri Vlrs Skeltons husband was for a number of years a alued employe tlf the Roberts Johnson and Rand Shoe Co of St Louis His death a cured three years since The shoe company wishing to do some thing for the widow as well as ad vertise Star Brand Shoes crn seived the idea of training two ol the children aged nine and twelve and sending them over the country with their mother to givefree enter tainments at the houses that handle their goods The particular line children talk up the childrens school she es called TesTed tested The children are now known by the name of Tess and Ted They are bright intelligent tuB of life and two j oilier kids can hardly he found anywhere A large crowd greatly enjoyed their none entertainment consisting of songs dancing and recitations in front o J Fishes store here on Monda evening Tne mother furnishes music on piano The Kids took tht towu by storm and were in evidence everywhere preaching They tool in Broadhed fair Wednesday and it left in the atternoon to fill a Louisville engagement PROGRAME TBACAERS MEETING UNION SCHOOL HOUSE SATURDAY AUG UST 26 Rollcall of teachers 1000 a m Open adress E R Gentry Morning exercises Byron Owens Violin solo 1 B Chestnut How to teach grammar W B Sigmon RECESS Recitation Rose Pike Reading in piimary grades Carrie Sanitation Sarah Osborne Morality in the schools Odessa Burton and Laura Isaacs Vocational Education Fred Sowder and C W Wright NOON How make history interesting D R Gentry Methods of teaching spelling Nanni McWhorter and Mrs C W Wright Recitation Ettie Cable Arithmetic In rural schools W E Dillingham How to keep order W L Qsborne and J B Cummins Round table discussion Dismissal PROGRAM COMMITTEE C W Wright chairman Nannie McWhortere WE Dillingham Carrie Fr thfEtta Gable Qivr L7r = Mins Lotta Gftruiical and Mf Lcildd cHnrgli were married Thursday at Pine Hill Mrs Ada Fishback and daughters have returned from a visit to Stan ford and Moreland Supt J W Kiucer has moved to iis farm neat Hansford He can e reached by phone or mail anv tmeIdas was a leading member in the order of Good Templars and was a power in tilts ai d other counties during the Murphy movement which was joined by hundreds of thousands in the United States as wella5 foreign countries Mr Brown and the then representative in the Legislature M J Cook were the responsible parties first putti g through the five county act making Rockcastle Laurel Knox Bell and Clay prohibition counties All attraction centers about tht town of Broadhead this week and should the stranger enter within our gates he would be convinced that the attraction was some where besides Mt Vernon Actually have not had enough people in town to start a racket aud had it not been for the dog fight which took place yesterday afternoon in Cox Bros store resulting iu the knocking down of the big stove we hardly know what would have become of the few left in Mt Vernon to pass away the lovely hoursand keepguard over the old town BIG CONTRACT The W J Soarks Co have recently been awarded the contract for ballast for the L Ns double track from Paris to Cincinnati This is the largest contract ever given for Company and will take two years full work to complete it It means steady employment for nearly every available man in the county and lecessitalo the putting in of another plant which will be installed a Mullins Sta Such an industry a the W J Sparks Co means much to a county aud our people shoulo eel exceedingly thankful that Wt have such an enterprise in our midst IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES For the Eastern District ol- Kentucky In the matter of f W H Carmical Bankrupt Stanford Ky8r1 i9n A meeting of the creditors of the ibove named who has been ad judged Bankrupt will be held at the offica of the Referee Stanford Kyf on tee 21 day of Aug 191 i at 9 oclock a m to elect a Trustee for the estate of said Bankrupt and for that transaction of other busi ess as may come before the meet ng Comply with Sec 57 of the Bankrupt act concerning proof of claims otherwise your claim can trot be allowed J N Saunders Referee in Bank ruptcy The Presbytereans at Livingston are getting ready this week for special evangel s ic meetings A new roof has been put on the church this week also a new platform and steps at the entrance of the church The work is being pushed in order to have tie building ready for Sunday The meetings will begin on Sunday Aug 20th and will be htld every night for a neriod of ten dayf Rev Jas M Walton of Louisville a Rockcastle man and a strong and practical preacher has been secured for these services and will preach each night next week alter Sun day The singing during the meetings will be under the able direc ion of Miss Margaret McClary The pastor ol the church Rev Geo S Watson will open the meet ing j Sunday night and will speed most of the week in Livingston The conference report on the wool tariff revision bill carrying a flat duty of 29 per cent on raw wools and corresponding reduced rates on wool manufactures was adopted yesterday by the House 206 to 60 The Senate is expected to agree to it today thus putting the measure up to the Presidents expected veto Race trouble is expected at Durant Okla where a negro was burned for killing white woman At Caddo Okla the negroes have been warned to leave the country The authorities at Coatesville Pa are making diligent efforts to apprehend the leaders of the mob that took a negro from a hospital and burned him to death C CryFOR O ASTORIA J There Is nBtblt uJf d ltal6a1l Plant tomStBeS four fet t heart fiaeiJ WayDont forget to spray the grapevines f The Homer pigeon Is the best bird for squab raising Sometimes litter gets filthy that it is worse than none Leave it to the old hen to pick out the best nest to lay in To improve live stock requires intelligence and thought Among all dwarfgrowing trees the Japanese maples stand 1r tIIf possible grow potatoes on clover sod this saves buying fertilizers Oats is the standard grain for the male healthy development of young ani In the fattening pen give the pigs all they will readily cleat up but ng more Many farmers use a boar of differ ent breed of that of their sows to pro duce a cross Sound healthy cows can only be had by good stabling careful feeding and good water When the chicks can get away from it at will plenty of heat under thei hover is a good thing After the calf has learned to a little fine hay should be tied up int the pen for the calf to nibble Almost all flower seeds germinate more quickly if soaked in warm water for a few hours before planting Do not plant trees with a bunch of spreading roots Trim them off to within four or five inches of the root stock vrr Dont forget to give the little ducks plenty of drinking water and after one week old they want it to swim in too Horses that are clipped dry off fast at night This is better thanJ having themstand around in a heavy wet coat A pnpe lively faith in1 the existence and ppsslbilities of strains of hens which would produce 300 egg a year has decayed At the end of five to eight days re move the calf to a roomy clean bo stall and give a clean dry bed o wheat or oat straw The feeding and management of th young calves should be in the hand of a competent hand and not left t the boys or careless help j Ithenure scattered about under a tre It gives new life and fruitfulness The only way to make a profit wlO poultry is to attend closely to bust ness and not leave the feeding anr management of the flock to hirer helpExtreme care must be taken of the tiny seedlings for if allowed to get dry they WIll almost surely die and if kept tog moist they iqcline to damp off The great secret in successful root culture Is clean mellow deep soil liberal fertilizing early sowing andIearly culture as soon as the can be distinctly seen A light sandy soil will be rather benefited by working it when moist as such will have a tendency to make it more compact and consequently more retentive of moisture Rhubarb is of easy cultivation and when once planted the ground kept clean mellow and heavily manured will furnish a generous supply of juicy stalks for eight to ten years without removal The horse can be made to masticate his food by putting finely cut bay with the grain A ration of half prairie grass hay and half alfalfa will give almost as good gains as a ration of alfalfa alone A Virginia man writes that for years he has sown a small patch of buckwheat for his hens and he says he is quite certain that they thrive better and lay more eggs than they did without this grain Since the cost of growing an acre of roots is two or three times as great as that of growing an acre of corn the yield of dry matter being little more Itseems poor farm practice to abandon the silage In favor of roots Qfi Poor soil management means in the end complete or partial soil exhaus tion which is a condition of the soil in which it is deficient in humus con tent or food content or moisture con tent or all three and they usually go togther Good sires are very essential If hogs of the highest quality are to be grown and a uniformly profitable herd built up Only purebred boars be kept and these should be Pftrgfujjly selected to insure prepotency quality and soundness To beautify the complexion there is nothing better than the oldfash ioned white cornmeal made into a paste with sour milk Buy it now Now is the time to buy a bottle of Chainberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It is almost certain to be needed before the summer is superiorFor t Tess and Ted the Star Brand Kids 2 i Giying an Entertainment HELLO Boys and GirlsWe havent forgotten about all you boys and girls who came to see us at Mt Vernon and the Brodhead Fair We had a jolly good time and do hope we can go back some day Wont we have a great time though Were jns6 wondering how many of you know the little verse about Tess and Ted Here it is lets say it together again When Tess and Ted were little tots v They wore their shoes all out in spots Until their mother finally said Ill buy some shoes for Tess and Ted i s Some good strong shoes the kind that wear v So she went and bought two pair They were Tess Ted When you need a pair of shoes be sure you go to and ask for a pair of Tess and Ted School shoes Our name is stamped on the sole and is also sewed inside of the shoes I i Look font Be sure you get Tess and 7 eddrool Shoes i and youll get more wear more comfort and more style i S Welloodbye Well write you again next week tvV Your little friends p V TBSS AND TED The Sar Brand Kids f NOTE Tess and Ted are members of the Star Brand shoe family Star Brand Shoes are Better ANNUAL CONVENTION OF THE ROCKCASTLE COUN TY SUNDAY SCHOOL- ASSOCIATION To be Held at Oak Hill Aug 27 iO00 Song Service 1015 Devotional Exercises 1025 Welcome adress Rev M G Fish- Response 1045 Rallying the Men Prof T A Houston 1110 Echoes from SanFrancisco- J W Vaughn 1145 Offerings appointment of Commitees etc 1200 Noon recessBasket dinner in the groveAFTERNOON I30 Song service 145 The S S and progress Prof G D Smith 2iO InterDenominational Fellow ship and Cooperation Rev Geo S Watson 240 Address by Field worker W Vaughn 330 Report of commitees unfin ished business Adjournment This promises to be the best conk vention ever held in Rockcastle S S workers of all denominations cordially invited It is earnestly requested that eyery S S in the country send a report It you can not send a deli gate please malt arep6rt to the Secretary WM Sowder Broad head This means all denomina tions Come and spend a pleasant and profitable day withus Kindly bring a basket lunch as there will not be general dinner on the grounds- I B Chestnut Pres Four and onehaji percent of German University students are omen t My Doctor Said Try Cardui writes Mrs Z V Spell of Hy M C I was in a very low State of healVt and WM not title to be up and tend to my duties I did try Cardui snitscoff sqhouseworkam able to do my housework and to care for ry eWa- nd Mr I feel as though I could never praise Civil tnoitf for the benefits I have received Ie TAKE ARDUI The I I Cardui is successful women and acts specifically Cardui does one the great success which it has in helping thousands of wcai health and happiness If you are a woman feel cross and irritable its btcautc try Cardui Cardui build in every way as a rectal it for yourself Yo rullt iI hr tor X Woman3TonkCOMPLETE II 1tCoffins Caskets and Robes All Mil Telegraph or Tele 3 phone orders Prcxnptly Filled itiKxa t t z iY ir ikp = k Z i m E Robes w Liconed charge of that line E work for the = E Orders by wire tilted Hearse sent all points E E Office Mt Vernon PHONE HHU HU HHU 1m If i Phone eO mnt T II M D Al SK nlralbles G kinds jystiinates fUlnished on G l jt bJpri Phone 19i Court and Lotjgo Directory v iI c6ifcTSG- ircuTt Court stM dayjiu January veekstth Monday iJ5JSpriljt Q jeeks 3rd Monday in August firie wrecks Quarterly Court 1st Slondayni enfli month Couujy Court Monday in each month Vernon Police Court Monday in month FOR SALE Four room and plenty out bujldings a QO well hind fine water Locate- north west 6f Fair ground Bfod head Ky Fivewres gronrr more iJr less Apply to O E LA fefeNCK- fLeba n let Ky Cildre1i Cry FOR FLETCHER fA eAs 1 f IIi For Infants and Children The Kind You Nave Always Bought Bears the- Signature of- o In- Use For Over Thirty new A ER111l141lI tfinHntnntnnnnnntnnHnnHnnnnnnntn lX I VERNON LJ1LKET CO cottag PRACTICAL = FUNERAL DIRECTORSAND 3EMJJALMEJIS Mt Vernon Ky COUCH lETALSC r Coffins end Embalmorrwilihave of company promptly to GEORGE OWENS Manager Monumental Building 11 c lUUH1HHUHUnHUUllUU1UnlH1HUHH1HU TTmTtrf5 fl UNC TAKBn 8 4th Mt 3rd each Vi r o S w Our line of Conch Caskets j is iiuex celled Ji Handmade Coffins furnished ilfearse sent to all parts of the County jj fft94Mr VERNON KY IMOu fOS pnM andantifacturer fllramieapplication41 TOaIA CASTORIA Yeat- slCASTORIA UNDERTAKERS CASKETS i J 6McCLRRYIU- DERTKR ana EMDALMEi = rte = sStanford Ky qC Williams I ATTORNE YATLA W MT VERNON KY z OFFICE On 2rd floor t 5heBanjic otMt Vernon on Churc slreet Special attention giver to collections Phone No 80 W Tr FRANCIS Dentist Mt Velnon Ky pme and office in the late residenc Dr ll ers formerly occupied on OU Main St Mt Vernon R W DYCHL DENTIST cMT VERNON KY Dffice at residence on Main St Crown and VBridge Work a 3peciial1y JWor guaranteed s N Ms 14iF1 11 n Jiiill E n 1I ii Kr 1 Jy ril r You want a quick fertilizer for po apple tree borer Is a troublesome worm Get ready the lamb creep so they can get a good start Wood charcoal should lays be kept in the hog pen A small threshing outfit on the av erage farm will not pay ILet the grass get a good start be fore turning the stock on it The last of May is plenty early enough to turn th =calf out on grass Working out buttermilk and work ing in salt is where the overworking Is done The borer is the most common and it is the most troublesome enemy of the peachIIt is a good plan to have the horses and cows clean up their mangers after each feed Have grass paddotjlc for the calves so they can graze at will and have the exercise they need A farm raised cow is much superior in most every respect to the one bought at the cattle yards Dont forget the little ducks in case ofa shower for if you do one will be apt to have dead ducks Belgian or yellow carrots are hardy make large root growth and ate the best roots for horses and coltsiThe most inhuman measures are often employed for breaking up hens that nature prompts to set when their owners dont want them to Grading of cream is receiving more attention by the dairy press and dairy men than it possibly ever has in the history of the dairy business In squabs the flesh is whitish as seen through the skin but in a year old bird it takes on a light purple shade and grows darker with age Trim the young tree in the orchard right from the start Lowheaded trees are best therefore prune from the top down and not from the bottom upIt has been shown repeatedly on demonstration farms that disking be fore plowing is one of the most paying operations in the preparation of a seed bed hen the calf is two weeks old mix one teaspoonful ef linseed mesa tnd one teaspoonful of flour mid dlings which should be thoroughly scalded in each feed Seeds of cauliflower cabbage let tuce celery and tomatoes sown in the cold frame about the middle of this nonth will furnish good stocky plants or the principal early summer crop The litters of a gilt which is the Irst litter of a sow are usually smaller and slower in growth than vhen the damis of more mature age fence much profit must not be ex ected Cold frame plants are often better ban plants raised in the hotbed as hey are stouter thick stemmed awl ave more fine fibrous roots and are ass liable to wilt when set out in he open ground Where prices are too low to feed oung pigs for porkers it is better to ell them for sucking pigs although his plan is seldom resorted to owing o the better prices which are obtain ble for the former August Is none too early to decide vhich plants shall be taken into the yindow garden and their treatment rom the time of the decision should e such as will fit them to make a line isplay during the winter rather than ct the finest present showing In the newer methods Adopted in ome of the largest dairies the milk isnot touched by the hands of the areautomaticto the time the fluid is placed in bot tles ready for delivery In the flower garden sow sweet yeas outdoors just as early as possible tis important to get them in early Because themore growth made in coo veather the mpre flowers there wile Those froMk Pla1 ted seeds an ot nearly so t essful A KING WHO LEFT HOT set the world to talking but Paul Vlathulka of Buffalo NV says he always KEEPS AT HOME the King faU Laxatives Dr Kings New Life Pills and that theyre i blessing to all hiefamilyCure nnstipation headache indigestion lyspepvia Only 250 atCliasC Davis F0 CryRO AS TORI A I 7tIf n1AtnV Ii7WRM lJyl iztlltr r nJ Consult with your help Nearly every one can grow phlox Good cleanruns Fare a delight t the hens A good cow Is seldom sold ex ep ata high price Are you troubled with crows abou your chlckenyards Feed very little soft feed and you will raise more chicks Clover can be gljwn more cheaply than timothy or fodder corn Bran and meat meal help to suppl the young sows with muscle and bone By putting a little fine hay in the calfs mouthdaily she will soon learn to eat Parsley is next to lettuce in winter marketingboth profitablewhen well of the most important problems of the farmer is to feed his animals tools and sending them home dull or rusty doesnt make the other fellow grin Young as well as old orchards should be plowed in the fall and thoroughly harrowed in the spring Celery seed should be sown in a shallow drill and covered with just a light sprinkling of fine earth Dont cultivate the potatoes when out in bloom or coming out unless you want a lot stunted little tubers If there are signs of worms in your hogs feed concentrated lye onehalf teaspoonful to each animal well mixed in slop or soft feed If sweet butter is to be made which will command the highest market price cleanliness must begin in the stable where the rilking is done Go ver the young apple trees and cut off every water sprout with a sharp knife close to the trunk Do Itenrl and they will heal this season The proper time to set out fruit and deciduous trees is the latter part of October and the latter part o March or first part of April in the spring It is estimated that Colorado farm ers last year received 7500000 for their sugar beet crop an increase of 1000000 over the product of the previous year In the opinion of many eastern feeders best development of livestock cannot be had without the use of roots or silage to supply succulent feed during winter String a stout wire overhead in th cow barn and hang the lantern to chi while milking and feeding It can bf slid along front place to place and is safe handled this way In setting one fruit tree or many he ground should be deeply plowed thoroughly harrowed and the rows or the trees run out with the two horse plow Run the plow twice In each row A ewe without milk makes a poor mother Feed if necessary to get the milk flow and youll find the invest ment a good one Roots of any kind alfalfa hay or a small grain feed will work wonders A stout wire netting fence fastened to stout pouts set two and onehalf feet deep in theground and eight feet apart makes the best hog fence have board at bottom and one at top to keep the wire tight Might as well give the trees plenty of room at the start because if you dont they will have to be cut out later Thirty feet apart is the right distance for apple trees although 40 feet would not do any harm The future of the dairy business de pends upon the quality of our prod ucts Iris a sad commentary on the dairy buslness when we hear dealers and consumers fugue that oleo is better than onehalf of the butter that finds its way to the market When the mothers milk cannot be used for her try to get the milk from a cow with a calf as old as the one you are feeding on the bottle as the milkof a dow In the seventh or eighth month of her period of lacta tion is bad for a very young calf EEMiD Vi IVE HIM A NEW STOMACH I suffered intensely after eating mdno medicine or treatment tried seemed to do any good writes H M Ypungpeters Editor- It The Sun take View Ohio The first few doses of Chamber lains Stomach land Liver Tablets ave me surptsingreJiefand the econd bottle seenied to give me HPWctno chriDdperfecttv good ofliH For Vs ale by hasC avlS t g r- a BADiuct it Stu is ah KSv iJ tonal paper tv huh ove picks up ihtrt iliysarU iisUv to nut thOteia lfi1lItllC IIIIi wlitra the Will be lurihcorri g The pei pirgcMtersUv tit vliat Itet want Aviscu tlitSg J a tei it lvIill any uniformityI Hjdtu Banner One way the only wiv t bull od rlada for the eopleto get lo aihei a make the dill Titois all ig in its place but the people oi Lc lie county havc been talking atxi good roads for the last Unity vtt They are long on talk but thon ligi tHazard Heraki Are gocd na tole math an object in our lie shal we go on wishing we h good roads and do nothing toga making iliim That is the qur t on that stotdiii the foreli ut t almost everybodvs attention ju nOAllwho have totrael iu loads complain bitterly of the con dition the roads are in but all to no purpose Tllkcertainly does not improve the condition of auk road Middiesboro News Record Lets dont give up the question of Goid Roads The press of Sout bea terij Kentucky has certainly been putting in seme good licks for better highways The splendid Govern meet pike between Middlesboro and Ciraberland Gap is a sample oi the benefits a community can deive from improved highways This road is not only a beautiful stretc ofroad that we take pride in show ing to the Stranger within our gate ut from a commercial standpoint it has opened up a tr ritory across the mountains from which conies trade to this city that we never could have secured under the old conditions Russell Times Those interest d n the Good Roads movement will be delighted to know that enough ignalures have been secured for the pet tiua calling for an election ubmitting the proposition of the proposition to the votes of Greenup county for their ratification of a 2 per cent levy tax for road improe eul in the county the fund thus nised to1 betqualy expended viiij each magisterial district Let the slogan be Good Roads Green up out of the mUtt The taxpayers of Kentucky have been paying a mud ax Wlw not change this order of hings and pay taxes for good road Greensburg Record It gives he Record great pleasure to giver ise to the doers ot good work in ur county and we are proud of the vork now being done by Messrs D Wilson and Early Vaughn who reside north of the town ou the ampbellsville pike These gent omen have had the rock obstiuc ions removed by blasting the road ed graded meial placed and an utting ou a good top covering of ravel on the read fronting their pacious coutifry homes all with IUt a cent of cost to the county They will make this an object ItS ion in good roads to all who gram ale at the cost ot building roads for they have transformed a dan gerous brokendown country road uto a handsome piece of turnpike vlav these examples inspire oui eople to ircressed effort for got c roads everywhere throughout the rand old untr KEN iUt KY FAIR DATES The following are the rates fixed fr holding the Kentucky Faii fr 1911 as gar as reported Alexandria September 55 days Barboursville Aug 303 days BardMown ruKg3o4 d is Erlaneer Aug 224 days Falmouth Sept 274 days Fern Creek Aug 16 4 days Frankfort Aug 2g4 days Germantown Aug 243 days Hodgenville Sept 53 days Horse Cave Sept 204 days f Lawrenceburg Aug 54 days Leitch6eldAugIS4 days Lexington A tlg76 days London Aug 224 days Ky State Fair Louisville Sept u 6 days Mayfield Sept 274days Monticelio Sept 54 oajs Mount Oliver Sept 54 days Paris Seat I 5daysS- hepberdsvi1 l Aug 224 days Somerset Augi 30 Delays IJniontpwn Lug 8L5 days tVanceburg N rrnt tJV T l U 4 nt A L I l g 1 Mv f m I 110ra iLAiA- gainst For The People and Combinesand S8 Monooolies Our Motto is To Sell them Low and send and Get Mores 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 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