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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j ir 4S ti Published Every Friday ryar VOLUME XXIV MT VERNON COUNTY KY FRIDAY AUG 25 1911 NUMBER 48 I BRODHEAD FAIR With the greatest expectancy and fullest realization of that expectancy the RocKcastle County Fair began and closed its sixteenth annualexhibition Better po uiiums larger crowds and a higher proficiency in the standard of articles exhibited marled the efforts of the officers of the fail who set out to give the people of Rockcastle a good fair and they did it While the fair will uot be the financial success which it has been in the past yet the people who attend and those who showed articles or stock of any kind With possibly one or two exceptiqus all The followwent away satisfied ing are the premium awards for the second and last days- CHICKENS Chickens W J Chestnut geese Ray CrawfordCATTLE Best bull calf under 6 months W B Gains 1st J L Phillips 2nd bes bull calf over 6 months old J M Cress best bull any age B W Gains 1st John Snivel 2nd best milch cow any age W B Peters 1st and 2nd best blooded cow J M Cress ist Chint Lear 2nd HOGS Best boar and best sow any age K J Smith sow and pigs Dick Albright SHEEP Best buck any age Chint Lear 1st B W Gains 2nd ewe any age J L Phillips 1St Chint Lear 2nd pair buck end ewe J L Phillips two lambs buck andewe J L Phillips HORSES AND MULES Best mare mule colt W M Hysinger 1St Jesse Livesay 2ndI best mare or horse mul colt Livesay 1St C M McKinney 2nd v W M Hysinger 3rd best horse mule colt under 6 months old C M McKinney both premiums mule over i and under 2 years B W Guns 1St and 2nd mue over 2 and under 2 years B W y tift1 ttd trrlgua I ROCKCASTLE Gains island 2nd mule over 2 and under 3 years Pepples and Hester and 2d best pair mules any age Pepples and Hester ist Geo Hale 2nd best Jtck any age W H Jones 1st John Harris 2nd SPECIAL RINGS Best girl horseback rider under 15 Miss Sigmon best boy horseback rider i5 M S Banghmau 1St Joe Cress 2nd Prettiest girl baby W L Howe ist John Morgan 2nd Pretti t girl baby between 3and 4 years W L Howe 1St W G H singer 2nd SADDLE CLASS Best mare or gelding one ear and under two J H Thompson Jesse Mink end Best mare or gelding two and under three years Walter Hysinger ist G W Rogers 2nd best mare or gelding a iy 2ndnbest pair mares or geldings any age J L Phillips is G W 3elIBest stallion mare or gelding diy age Roy H asley ist J T Rigsby of Lincoln 2nd SADDLE CLASS Best running walker Roy Beasley ist J C Peppies 2d J T Rigsby 3rdSWEEPSTAKE Best double team regardless to sex W C Chancellor ist1 J T Rigsby 2nd SALE Free for all mule race J C Fuget 1st Mitchell Norton 2df J u Norton 3d- THIRD DAY Best suckling colt any sex under 6 month old E H Biirdette ist Virgil Martin 2nd Henry Mink 3d best coljany sex con fined to Rockcastle county Henry Mink 1st Virgil Martin 2nd E B Burdette 3rd Best harness mare or gelding over one and under 2 years old Jesse Mink ist J H Thompson 2 best cotnbired mare or gelding over two and under three Jim Rogers 1St Walker Hysinger 2nd J W Burdette 3rd best combined saddle and harness station Ray and Wal ker ist Pate Parish 2nd Roy harnessrand saddle mare or gelding any age Jx T Rigsby first and second and J C Bailey of Crab Orchard 3rd best saddle stallion 3 and under 4 years Pate Parish 1St Roy Beasley 2nd best saddle stallion any age Roy Beasley i t Pate Parish 2nd best saddle mare or gelding any age L C Bailey 1st J T Rigsby 2nd best harness mare or gelding J T Curtiss 1Sti Ja T Rigsby 2d best stallion any age Pate Parish 1st R L Smith with Silver Dare took 2nd Best pair harness plates any age J T Rigsby 1St Rigsby and Chancellor 2nd Rigsby and Thompson 3rd most graceful horseback rider Miss Mary Lear 1st Miss Rhoda Bowman 2nd and Miss Jones 3rd Best walk trot or earner J T Rigsby of Lincoln 1St and 2nd fanciest harness rig- S T Curtiss ist W L Chancellor 2nd Fiee for 11mule race H J Burdette 1St Jno Fuget 2nd and Mitchell Norton 3rd 100 REWARD 100 The readers of this paper will be pleassd to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catairh Halls Catarrh Lure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a con stitutionaldisease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Ca internallyIthereby of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work Thg proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hun dred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Serd for list of testimonials Address F J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists 75S Take Halls Family Pills for con tipation U eo o oeeeeeeeo e ee o ee o ooeo e i Qea80800G v lm sWrP6tialstrl tiOO 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 pants1 7Prices1 4 and 5 QUEEN SKIRTS All the new styles and patterns in Skirtsfrincluding the tan and gray effects made in both pannel and apron backand front Last Spring we were not able to supply the demand so we have bought heavily for Fallwhichhave now begun to arrive Each week we will have newt patterns in all the new styles Dont fail to let us show you- rVOILS PANAMAS SERGEI 250 to 1500 SUTTON MCDEE rtleeetie e ttt tp- T1I r BRODHJBAIi Miss Elizabeth Carter left Wednesday for Shelbyville she will be gone about two months Dick Albright and Dr G M Frithwere in Mt Vernon first of the weeki Miss Matte Owens assistant post master left last Monday to visit rel Itlbanylandsuffering from a severe atack of rheumatism J M Roberts left Sunday for Arnold Ky where he will go to work againMrs W E Gravely and children have re visitIElizabeth Vermillion has returned to her home at Danvillt she was accompanied by Misses Wesley and Tharp the latter will visit in Liberty and Jct City before returning home School begun last Monday with several enrolled C W Wright of Owensboro is principal Misses Etta Moore Intermediate dept Nannie McWhorter grammar Kit Harris primary all from B tea and Mrs C W Wright a music teacherMrs Jas Bar ett and Allen Barnett are visiting relatives in Louisville and Shetb ville Miss Maude Fleenor of Mtt Vernon visited Miss Clyde Watson last Saturday and SundayMrs Daisy Hunt attended the London fair Wednesday and TbursdaMiss Nora Ellison of WilliamsbUrg was the guest of Miss Mattie Wilmdtt during the iarrMiss Carrie Frith is visiting Mrs J W Hutches n i i Stanford Mrs Walter Ti rjin Ibasweeks visit in Livingston kind Mt wasItxainsMrs High Ridge Ky is with her daughter Mrs J M Adams Miss Louis Nevius ot Danville will arrive to morrow to visit Miss Etta Erith Mrs Ezra Test = rman of Cincinnati was here during the fathR B Slams and family have nived to Lebanon K- yChildren Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIAtee FALL re BEGINNING TOAR is e RIVE r y ao S S ei yee3eetrsytr e eee aee e ae eet ttaG4e a a s ssu t l i rl v n tu Itf r uEEFt LEBANON JUNCTION Mrs T H Kirkland and children are visiting it Gravel Switch and Tunction City this weekTele graph operator VS Rose visited his sister Mrs HP Glasscox atI Stanord first weekConductor Green Swanner is off on a tour through the South Will visit Mobile New Orleans Atlanta and hasIBottling Works at Elizabethtown is here with his father J J Painter suffering witha bone fellon on his left hand Thomas Capps who has been a very sick man tor several weeks we are glad to note is able to be out and willsoon resume workMiss Alene Burnett is visiting her cousin Miss Minnie Cmiggias at Etown this week A protracted meeting begins with the methodist people at this place Saturday night the 26th inst As yet we have not heard who will conduct the meeting The ladies of the Catholic Church gave an ice cream supper last Mop day night at Samuels Halt which was well attendedRev Kin Pike passed through here a few ago enroute to Aliceton where he is now engaged in the camp meeting which is drawing large crowds to that place The Bullett county Missionary Baptist Association meets with the Lebanon Junction Churchon Sapt 13 and r4th A protracted meeting also begins at this Church Sept I7T W New laud went up to Brodhead Tues day with his two boys Earnest and Samuel who have been with their grandparents Mr and Mrs G E Painter during the summer Mr Newland returned to Cedar Creek Thursday to be present at the Newland family reunion which takes place at Crab Orchard Springs MARKTBURG Herbert Hall of Harlan county is visiting his parents at this placeMrs Lou Purcell and son Fred of St Louis who have been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J N Griffin for the past three weeks left for their home Tuesday Miss Grace McCall is visiting her sister Mrs J J Albright at LebanonMr and Mrs John Morgan and baby ot Stanford visited Mrs S E Cnandler last weekT and All Griffin of Jellico Tenn have been visiting their grandfather MrJN Griffin at this place Estella and Lee Taylor of St Louis are visiting parents at this placeMrEdgar Griffin and son Rex left last Thursday for St Louis P Y Hunt will move his family back to Lebanon Jet soon Misses Angie Hunt and Lena McCall have returned to their home after spending last week in Brodhead Fred Myers ot Mt Vernon was down calling Sunday evening Chas Thompson of near Lancaster visited Joe Mc Kenzie Saturday and SundayA crowd of little folks from Mt Ver- nono and Miss Harvey Rider of Livingston visited Mrs Joe Mc Kenzie Sunday afternoonMiss Rae Hunt is visiting her sister Mrs Daisy Hunt at Brodhead Sam Roberts was here from New Hope Sunday Mrs Hendrickson and children of Mt Vernon are visiting her parents at this placePay ton Reynolds who has been at work with the Telephone Co is at home for awhile N An ordinary case of diarrhoea can as a rule be cured by a single dose of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy This remedy has no superior for boweKcomplaints For sale by Chas O Davis Roller skating in excess is del ll dared by competent physicians to hinder the normal developraeU cf the feet in children The natural use of the feet develops then m all directions roller skat iiig in only a few In France the money that must go for living expenses in a family is termed liquid money and e the phrase is used to contract such F part ofc the income with funds set aside foruaiainyday tftbataff a Cc23 i tJ r e rc 4Established iIa nr 1 Woman Over Man Womans most glorious endowment is the power to awaken and hold the pure and honest love ofa worthy man When she loses it and still loves oniagonyIness and derangement of her special womanly or ganism soon loses the power to sway the heart of a man Her general health suffers and she loses her good looks her attractiveness her amiability withthethousands of women He has devised n successful remedy for womans ail positivespecificlates strengthens and heals Medicine dealers sell it No honest dealer will advise you to accept a substitute in order to make a little larger profit IITMAKES WEAK STRONG SICK WELL Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets regulate and strengthen Stomach Liver and Bowels J M iReal W Town and Farm Property Bought Sold m If you want to buy a home in town or a good farm can snd tee our list List your with us for sale 0 Office in Masonic Buildilg DELPHWEBB l K July 69m LIVINGSTON YoiJ t ALLOUTDOORS INVITES n YOUR t 1 aE Kc hW j I i 200 to 6500 1JJt 1887 WOMEN WOMEN property A ASK FOR W CATALOG 1 Kodak means progressive pleasure the pleasure of tak Iing them the pictures plus the greater pleasure of possessing i CHASCIDAViS LEADING DRUGGIST Phone 39 MT VERNON ICY if ABOUT 01- WATCH f I DOES IT KEEP CORRECT TIME IF NOT f WHY NOT If you are having anysuch trouble about your watch 01 clock just turn it over to ns and if it does not itm all O K it wit cost you nothing We guarantee our v 1keive us a 4riali We do all kinds of solderingand repair work j FRANK MOORE f r AT DR S C DAVIS DRUG STORE MTDVvVJ t t 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 writesCI have used Dr Kings New Discovery for 30 years and its the best cough an tcoldcute 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 500 iopr Trial bottle free Guaran tied by Chas C Davis r t Londons great fire oneof the tmemorable events ol history was caused by the failing of a spark from a candie on the floor of an humble cottage The Cherokee Indians are said to be on the point of suing the United States Government for25 boo ooo presumably about land it now Now is the time to buy a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea 4Remedy It is almost certain to tb needed before the summer is hasnosuperiorFor i tr t i f f 7 Ii1 lJlTij tMT VRNQN SIGNAL FRIDAY Aug 25 IgU Published every Friday br ALBRIGHTr SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known or a tlication MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION DEMOCRATIC TICKET For United States Senator1 OLLIE MJAMES For Governor JAMES B McCREARY For LieutenantGoveruor EDWARD J McTERMOTT For AttorneyGeneral JAMES S GARNETT For Auditor HENRY BOSWORTH For State Treasurer TH MAS 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 RALLIES To the County School Superintendent Teachers Trustees and Parents Greetings There has been and is uow a school awakening in Mt Vernon But what of therural districts in Rockcastle Children throughout this county are being daily robbed of a chance to whjch they arc justly entitled The school attendance in Rockcastle is small yea even ibelow fifty per cent and in many nstances twenty five per cent Our children are entitled to the best but at present are being cheated out of it To succeed they should have sanitary well ventilated and larger school rooms with well trained and efficient teachers It is true that we have a better lot of teachers than ever before but the standard can yet be raised for the benefit of all Then how ran the children be induced to atteD JK3twe may get out of this mir Pfilliteracy It is a duty required byJaw that the trusteess prsecutevffi6se who fail to send their children to school unless they nave a mighty good excuse for their absence Rockcastle is t 4j iir q rin 68rte nred ofa1 few pfBsecutibns of thlfl kind TBfey woUld each a splendid less tl This paper calls attentidn ttf the last election of trustees as it does every year with the hope that some interest would be aroused among the people so that a liveprogressive trustee may be had in each district They hae an important duty to perform at d should ever be on the alert ready willing and anxious to perform ic To secure a large attendance js a duty they owe to their oath of office to the teacher bm great est ol all to the children them selves The teacher must be a real live wire also and must help the trustee and urge him on The- parentimust unite his efforts with those of the trustee and teacher All must join heal t and soul in this campaign to interest the children in obtaining an education The movementis now on and the time is ripe Proclaim it from the hilltop preach it in the valley let the very welkins ring with the battle cry of Storm the citadel of igno oflbelterCommon Schools fight for the children of Rockcastle What is our Superintendent doing to increase the attendance andto create more interest among the parents In Clarke and other Counties the Superintendent is holding educational rallies Mr Kincer should do something with an eve single to helping the child ren Kentuckys tuture men and womenLet do some rallying our selves Get busy Mr Kiuc and we will be glad to help you give the movement the greatest publicity possible As expected President Taft has voted the bill admitting Arizona and New Mexico on the ground that Arizona has a provision in her constitution by which her people would be able to exercise the recall that is to remove a judge from his bench by a majority vote In ef feet President Taft is saying to Arizona that she shall not come in to this Union as a so vereing State but denies the privilege so far as he can of regulating her affairs in her own waY4Of course Arizona can strike out the recall orovision anl then come in the union and when once in she can amend her constiI tution to Include the recall VhenIwas framed it was the desireof the convention to have a state and nat ioiial judiciary entirely independent of the appointing power The bYjOhverwhich caused the behead g of Charles j in 1646 was due entirely to the judicial despotism The King of England had the right to remove any judge from the bench and having that power over them r V J7i be douicl get from them any kind oft ft decision he Wanted wbich df edUrse wds an intoeable state of affairs So we determined to have a constitution that would present the president or governor from re moving a judge from the bench However in recent years the tfD1ptatiouto graft has become so great that our judges are not resisting the tempJaiun to corruption s lornieilv and there Is certainly o objection to the people removing a judge when they are convinced that lie is corrupt The appointing power should not have the right to remove a judge hut the people can be intrusted with this or any other power Nobody has ever heard 91 a majority of any community rising up and condemning a just upright judge but they should have the right to remove a corrupt or ui fit judge trom his bench POLITICAL FORECAST- Ye prophets of old did by special and divine appointment called inspection tell the chosen race what Jehovah would have them do In the law and in the record called the prophets were ample and full instruction to thos for whom the law and the prophets were established With all of these provisions and safe guards the people neglected and forgot the law become repnv bates disloyal to Jehovah and brought upon themselves the dire penalties recorded in the Bopk of Books So when the Jewish Nation became extinct as a nation the Book was preserved It contained and does yet contain Gods will as revealed to man in tormer ages through chosen indi viduals and in later times through the Christ the Son of the Living God The will of God is that individuals shall enjoy to the utmost all t e biasings physical and spiritual temporal moral and eternal that are vouchsafed and bequeathed to his creatures The Jewish system of government was ot Theocracy whose King and law giver was Jehovah and the agencies through which it was ad ministered were the people them selves under Kings and rulers ape pointed for the purpose Again the Jewish nation and its government was purely political and for temporal benefits pii marilyThe Holy Land as it is called was bequeathed to Abraham and his descendants as an earthly possession to be held and governed by political methods necessitating devastating and erne war even to the wiping out blotting from the map whole tribes and nations Now why recount all of this sketch of ancient and mideval history referring to its political hoses For political purposes do votC surmise Yea verily Because there has in time past existed politicians of the partisan type who affirmed that the De r I JOME LEFT We still have some few articles in the list of bargains 1 dlast week left on our have made te sandeprices in order to attract others who take71 benefitedWf t Ladies Lowcuts and pumps in pa ent leather vici gun rntal and velvet price cut onehalf- fe IentsShoes at prices never before offered by ths ofc- y vR 7t r All J 00 Ungerwear goesfQ f 89c a Rkns 125 Hats for v A 75c i Ments 1 00ll ll v 5O C Best calico at 4J2c yd Ginjghams 5c to 10c per yd Korean Silk in white and lavendar sale price 35c cut to J9c Waist goods 30c values go at 17c per yd Pure white linen at J9c per yard r f We areofferihg many other bargains riot quoted ut this it list Come in and examine All sales at these pricesjsctr iy cash i r t- j CHAS B McKENZlE ffi l MT VERNON KY I Ikgx a7 tk6t L7iJ = I ilt r = ff b J LthatSchool habit vhO insisted on politics and clean a dIof public affairs were not the kind of men to put in officethat politics and religion wouldent mix or that business methods and religion were not closely allied Hence let th preacher at tend to preaching and the teacher not butt Illatd denounce the evils that manifest themselves in school affairs intimately connected with graft the result of corrupt politicians r IIt is notorious fact that preach giveIThe logical conclusion of such premises is that teachers or preachers must keep tleir mouths shut and their eves closed to the cur rupt influences of pirtisut politics The Kansaspolitican referred to who flourished as a Senator several djcaues ago who affirmed that the Decalogue had no place in poli tics soon had his eyes opened by being promptly retired to the walks of private life and so today thanks be the author of all things the giver of alUgood we see men of all shades of politics standing in defense of the rights ol the people of all classes asercing that this State and this Nation shall be freed from the domination of privileged classes who have so long encroached upon the rights of citizens who are opposed to the deadly influences of graft and in temperenceWhen State like our own has lagged so long in its educational and material development with natural resources so abundant it is high timetbatthe people regardless of former political affiliation rise up as one man to wipe out the prime causes of so much of our illiteracy misery and degradation The people demand it and the times are propitious for the rem val of some of the most effective dangerous and diabolical causes that handicap our State in its efforts to forge to the front in education and civil and religious advancement Not till that is done can we hope to plafceour State in line whh the progressive aggressive States North and South of us and not till then will our people realize that it is important ant necessary that the preacher and the teacher and that class that holds the principles enunciated in the Decalouge as the paramount issue in politics have zk word tt siy in politics and may God speed the day Yours for good government J W V CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the711 Signature of Pds as- Reputation iProps Ic IG I Let us build you an inch ad in this paper a col umn ad a page ad or any old size ad Let it ten in forceful terma Whit youVe got to sell What itsworth Why its best at that price r Such an advertisement in this paper will bring buyers who hardly knew you existed before you advertised Copyright im by W PATENTS nofenonpatentability OktETfullfortunes appiyingtorD1 SWIFT It CO PATENT LAWYERS 303 SevMthSU WashlMtM D C 1riJJ k tI i no J Ilttllt1111ftlltfiltl 9t1ttltlfilliltitl9tlft1tll11111l1f11tflI114t111111t11t9ll ttlttllltlt4l tl11tlfl II GOING SOME I= E THE MT KY 3 rA To the patrons of Hopewell School Sub District No 19 Schoolat this place is in its second month Notwithstanding hot weather long and rough roads the attendance has been good from the first day The lowest number any day about 30 The highest 48 boys and twentyseven girls The first months average is a fraction less than 40 The first months exami nation in complete arithmetic and complete geography shows an average of 85 in the latter and go per cent in the former There are only three pupils taking ad 1 vancedstudies8th grade work in arithmetic geography and his tory Examination in htstory shows about 75 per cent Spelling in three grades A B and C in oral and written spelling shows an average of go per cent or above many individvals going higher We have not yet made up a Roll of Honor vet we can conscient iously place several on that list strictly deserving it The teacher refers to Robert Fletcher Fred Gentry Frank Harmon and Robt Logsdou as doing much better work and being much better in than last term Special mention is here made ot faithful study in their respective grades Maude Stokes and Flora Pitman A 4th grade and Eliza Sowder Milly Sowder Viola Kir There is seldom any complaint to make regarding the preparation- of lessons of the following Lillie Pitman John Harmon Willie ogsdon and Leonard Hines es ecially the first named Many- n lower grades deserve special uention which space forbids The atrons will be notified in the landing of their children in behavior at school privately and publicly of any good and deserving thing attained by any pupil- Respectfully yours The teacher The soldiers were roused from sleep and the city of Rome was saved from capture at the hands of the Gauls by the cackling of geese A well known Des Moines wo man after suffering miserably lor two days from bowel complaint was cured by one dose of Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy For sale by Chas C Davis left me with a f and veryweak I had spells wheqloDujd hardly breatheor speak for 10 to 20 My doctor could nothelp me but Iwas completely cured by OR KINGS New Mrs J SOc ANB 100 AT ALL IRUMISTS r Guess its going some to have reputation of selling the I I I and House Furnishings in thjs section of Ken tucky Thats they all say ai d I am proud to 3 state I can prove it Ill take pleasure in showing you the NEWEST thats sIB McKBNZlBFURNITURE MAN VERNON sililit1tt11tiitlitNkllililtlilttiilliltittltliiiliilittlt Twentyone deportment Iiand PNEUMONIA Discovery BES- TFurmfure Rus Carpets what NEW 1ltiliiiiltilttittlitllilittillittltliilltllltiiililtili nnnnn nnnnnun1nnnnnt1n WE HAVE iA COUNTS I w r As small as a dollar as large as thousands = of dollars w And no matter how large an account may be 3= we realize that it is made up of a certain num ber of single dollars g E This fact ought to encourage those who earn mod =erate incomes = It ought to induce them to do something toward accumulating a worthwhile provision for the fu 3= ture w 3E= TERESTED is an investment hard to beat = Yours truly = w + wPEOPLES BANK Mw PHONE 46 3pnr M UUU1U1UUUUU1Uhu11UU111 1111111111111111111111111U111111 nnn nnn nnn nn nnn nnn mA Home Institutiontar UUhomepfor our home people We will you gqod interest qn your idle = Lfunds Make a deposit and then ayour bills with Your rid It is yery sjmpe cqnyenjent qqd safe Call ajjd we gladly ex whichzplain tHe many yaitagesqf a checking accgunt You Will lvaV lW znn Yonr money is safe deposited in this banH to your predjt If ypu cap ImComeml INCORPORATED M fIi7lSKIRTSLADIES READYMADE SKIRTS If you miss tiusppu miss bargains of you HfeCome quickor send a mailorder JOOO Skirts for 650 85Q500 f5 00l 250 e J t V l SANDERSt i s itl K t Crib rcbeld r lsl t it 3r f MT VERr N SIGNAL rlr V R ON KY Al g 5 191 t ICaIiup No 79 when Want to CommuIli with SIGNAL 79 tOUS ft TIME TABLE 22 north 453 P m 24 north r 352 a m 23 south 1138 a w- 21 South 1219 am TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postofliw as secondclnss utah matter PERSONAL t Mike Cain adJim DaVaul were home during tbe week Catty Frith vvns up horn Broc head Wednesday and yesterday Jack Adams and sister Miss Id May left Monday for Los Angeles Cal Mis John M Williams stopped here for a short visit Wednesea enroute horn London to Deminp N MHB Mullinsleft Seturday night for Richinend Va to get his spring line of shoes Miss Bernice Laudrura attended London fair and Miss Ruth h visiting Etown Mrs McCord will leave so n to a few days stay iu New York before opening of school Mr B F Nicelyis here fron Indianoplis his son sheiiff T J Niceley Chas A Adams and Will Brarir man were here yesterday from Berea attending court S B McKenzie the furniture man was in London and Living 6ton Tuesday on business Dr G B Lawrence of Brook land farm was at London fair Wednesday and Thursday Miss Frances Sparks was with Miss Bertie Gene Penny at Stan ford from Friday till Tuesday Mrs W A B Davis and child ren are in Richmond and Win chester for a two weeksvisit Fred Owens is telephoee line repairer and general all around hustler for the Pineville Telephone CoMr Hill clerk at Kentucky Freestone Cos plant at Hummel visited his friend Maret here Sun day last John Peter E Drummond the populartrain dispatcher was up two or three times this week from LivingstonMiss E Griffinwho is at tending Business University at Bowling Green is suffering with rheumatismMiss Rice has returned to her home in Pineville after a pleasaut visit with Mrs Annie Hendrickson Mis Oatsandlo children Edith and Kenneth of Monti cello are with her parents Dr and Mrs W T Francis- B F McGlelUind agent for the Franklin Life insurance Co of Springfield was here first of tje week assisting VT Davis JocaJ agent for that company j I Mr and Mrs Sylvan Bordes of Gum Sulphur spen Saturday Spay with Mrs Bordes andI Ph and Mrs W T Francis t John S Cress of West Fork Ark a brother of Wm Cress at I Hansford is here on a visit Hew s a resident of thts county forty years ago and this is his first visit hare since Robert Allen Sec and Treas of the Acme Automobile Co Coy ington was with his parents Mr t and Mrs Albert Allen Saturday and Sunday Mrs R W Boulware of Roy N M who has been visiting hej I aunt Mrs J W VanWiukle for the past ten days left Monday for Kingston Berea Richmond and other points Fullen Francisco one of Ken tuckys best hotel keepers and who has again takenc 1argeof t the 3rith Efqtel Brpdhead the slatjd which he successfully con ducted for many yeary was here during the week and assured us that his house will continue to give the good service to guests as in the past when hewas4in charge That is u plenty and g5d news oto his told patrons as well as new fr- 1I fi j j Elmer Thompson waa a caller in town Sunday Dispatcher Sainffls was tip front Livingston yesterday Dr VA Jones was over from Wildie Wednesday Prewitt Thompson was here yesterday from Preacbersville Mullins was in Pineville ITD the week on business F L Durham and little son have befn with relatives a tI Brodbead Miss Elizqbeth Whitehead pits returned to her home at Williams burg after a two weeks visit wilh relatives here Hirry Allen of the VinI Chester Granite Brick Co was here from Winchester y esterday on businessG was in Lcxtngfor during the week in the interest of John D Carroll He also visited his aunt Mrs Mary Ramsey while there O V Jarret is here from Aurora Ind buving hickory timbor He bought a fine tract from Albert Allen in the eastern pait of the county yesterday He will move back to Mt Vernon Rubber ILOCAL The tomato crop is good and of fine quality Preaching in the Presbyteriai hurch here Sunday morning am vening The ladies ol ehe Christian church served sandwiches coffee avid pi it the Court house Monday tI realized a nice encome 1 When the cold keen scythe o winter comes to mow the we dr iowriwe want photographer Halo take a picture of Campton so 7t can have the thing put in th- cpaperCampton Courier t The citizens of theBrodhead and Browns voting precincts are dir culatin a petition asking Jorl1 election for those precincts on stock law to be voted upon some time between now and November Dr Thomas says that Pine Hil can claim the distinction cf Having the largest apple tree in the state This tree five feet from the grounc measures 124 feet in circumference and is otherwiae proportion ately as large The Rockcastle Missionary Baptist Association meets on S pt 5 6 and 7with Hummel Grove church near Langford Station 6 miles east of Mt Vernon 0Tht first day will be devoted entirely to Sunday school work It was our privilege and pleasure to visit Brodhead Royal Arch Chap ter U D Monday evening It is a splendid working lodge consider mglhe length of time it has been installed and Brodhead cau cel tainly claim the distinction of hav ing one of the nea test and prettiest lodge rooms to be found any where Whole wheat stouet round flour is gaining grounds rapidly here The medical fraternity throughout the country recommend it as the best manner of using wheat fliur claiming for itmauy medicinal qualities in way of curing and correcting indigestion and its trains of evils It is nutritious and tasteful when made into either biscuit or light bread Fry it and see not only the benefits derived but the actual enjoyment in the eating Where is the civic pride of M Vernon Some of the streetsj even up to and almost half over Japing the concrete sidewalks are crowded with weeds ot abnormal growth yet there is a town ordinance to the effect that each property owner shall keep the sidewalk and space abutting his property clean of weeds waste matter etc to the middle of the street How many citizens are doing their duty in this line Does conjunction suit pending cause all this neglect A cripple a one armed man or with other missing jimbs or member doesnt like to liavetbe subject mentioned He is sick of hearing how did you loose your leg or eve arm etc When you see any un fortunate person who has lost some member of his body or it he is very large or very stnallhe careful about referring to the fact at all They get sick and tired of having it drummed into their ears day after day no matter how well interi turned the inquiry or remark may be Dottt ask an extra big man what he weighs inquire pf his neighbor it you must know nor ask jr little man what causes him to be a runt 1 f r i I V ei wI Aak to see iisfis 15 suita specially priced al 9 76 = lew and pretty line of Tier Sox and Collars at Fishs Rouud trip ticket to Louisville 5 22 Sept 2 3 and 4limit Sept 5 account of Avriation meeting Bee Arnold was nominated for Magiatrate in the Crooked Creek and Livingston precincts to fill vacancy caused by the death of Mr Chesley Payne Mr Arnold is a good man and will make a good officer Here is fifty cents to repa for amount Iborrewed from you to go to circus in i889 remarked a man a few days since to the writer Only a strong constitution prevented a collapse or fainting pell A number of sealed bids have been received for the construction of the pike over the hill but on ac count of court the commissioners have not had time to open and con sider the bids but it will be done before our next issue when we hope to be able to announce who the contractor is and the time for the starting of the work A deal was closed yesterday be ween J T Adams and U G Baker for the Adams store room restaurant very stable and stock of goods The whole amount involv WilJnggregate about 12500 00 By the purchased of this building Mr Baker will give up the erection- f the new building near railroad rapers were signed yesterday but a onnal transfer of the property wilt ot be made for a few days or un il an inventory of the stock can be- n Fred Durham theexpert book xeeper of V7 J Sparks Co was n evidence two days at the Brodi head fair and kept his many ffice duties on the go and up to the minute for his employers As a bookkeeper and office man there Ire few ifany superior found at any old point Hekeeps account check and tab on every employe u tile four quarries in the county wned by the company can at most any old time say what is coming to any particular employe is welt as to knowing where every car loaded and its numbei ards contained cost price who it went to date and a thousand other things too numerous to speak of hes always on his job with a smile and a hearty greeting to all IQ sight or over the telephone Be has the run of the multi tudious affair of the companys business and takes care of them in such a satisfactory manner that the company dont think they can overload his broad shoulders with duties on work that he cannot carry out Fred comes up to the scratch and then some CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court convened Monday Judge B Bethrum was on the bench and as usual gave a strong charge to the grand jury laying special stress npou the illgal sale of weisky which in Rockcastle like many other counties is an evilI which it is hard to rid the Commcnwealths Attorney ML Jarvis is at his post looking after the states interest The fowlowing gentlemen were selected as Jurors GRAND JURY Jones Durham Henry Cromer C B Bethurum Harrison Pittman J M Sigmon W H Leger David Bryant Mat Cummins TQOI Lear Tom M ink Sr Gran Price J J Noe P TIT JURY J Brown J C Mize Wilse Baker Milt Rash M Sowder R B Shepherd J A Hopkins John Stringer Sam McClure Charley Carmical William Manus W A Todd J W Marler Tilman Coffey F P Snivel W SoRob ins M R Jones Ike Leger Frank Baker J J Berry Joe Wil son Andy Sargeant Jim Coffey A M Bradley The following cases have been tried Bob Robinson Fred Doon Joe Kinkyndall Lon Hansel Rbbt Felet her Chas Wren Jeff Roberts Sara Lambert and W M Muncey each fined 2ooo and cost for gam ing Ben Nichols pistol 2500 Ed Owen for selling whisky 6000 Janies baker selling wniskv 6000 W RGill breach of the peace 1000 The case against Owen Turpin charged with the killing of Bogie Phillips continued until next term The town of Mt vernon was fined 20oop on account of the obstructionnpfoldMahl StbyKreugers lime kiln James Cash given qheTyeaiiii the pen for per giry c r Yt Round trip tteket Q BlrfiOtiriJ ville for 200 Ailg 303 QHt Sept ist limit SeptJfld accOUnt of Knox County Fair Many people in Livingston are enjoying the strong sermons of Rev Jas W Walton in the Presb tertan church this week A BFnrnishhaspurchased a nice lot from W B Whitehtad oh Williams street It joins the lot on which the resident stands Round trip ticket to Nemphis for 13 70 September 23 24 limited to October 4th On account of Reunion of the Blue and the Gray Round trip tjckct to Cincinnati for 540 Sept 910 and II limit Sept igthaceount of Nationals i1neFOR SArEPair four year old mules 5 hands high J J SMITH Hiatt Ky Phone in Residence Live stock Inspector Dee Cum- mins informs us that he has inspected 4448 sheep in the county and that there have been 2218 shipped out of the county A C Hiatt has purchased from W L Richards the property on West Main recently vacated by W H Forbes Mr Hiatt will move to the property in a short time- Work on the new addition to Brown Memorial was begin yester day F Krueger is the contractor md Neal Parrett will do the work The building is to be completed it sixty days Many wagon loads of water melons have been sold on ou streets during the week Then was a greater number raised in th county this season than for some years and they are of excellen1 quality The apple crop arnot the failure as peaches In some lo calities there were but few and mighty far between in other parts ofcounty there are many trees loaded down with fruit Fifty cents per bushel is about the average price delivered Judge Alcorn who attended court here tels ofhaving raised a fine potato crop this year Their cultivation was some what unusual after ground was prepared the po tatoes were planted in usual way except no dirt covering was used but about eight inches pi straw instead was placed over them The Judge says the potatoes pro duced were of larger size than any he had ever raised Required no nlowing or hoeing either and the potato bugs were no bother at all The Mass Convention wbichI met last Saturday to name didate fqr the Legislat up resulted in the nomination ofE B Thomp son by acclamation Mr A N Bently the other candidate with drew leaving a cleat track for Mr ofRockImeu and we believe will make one of the erybetreprc LegislativeI yearsIPROGRAM Program of 4It annual Sunday school convention to be held with Hummel Grove Baptist church Tuesday Sept j 9U The con vention will be called to order at 10 30 a m by the president or secretary 1 Devotional exercises by Revs Wm Bryant and Jas Barnes 2 Election of officers 3Report from the Sunday schools in the association 4Lecture subject tbe Sun lay school its aim or purpose Rev L 1 Gooch Adjourn for dinner 130 pm the model superintendent J Painter SB McClure lecture subject opportunity for soul winning in Sunday school Rev I ct Duke and Chas Carmical 230 Why we should use Baptist literature Rev A J Pike and Jas Cummins 300 Qualification of a Sunday school teacher W 117 Sowder and F M Jones 330 How to teach theprlmary class by teachers of Liyinglstbn and Mt Vernon Sunday schools 7 General talks j B DilHng6amPres W H Owens Secy AVe earnestly requestSthat every Sunday school in the association send a report All invited to bring itbtsket for hunch 3 ft i Li 1 iI C c a s f iiTT1L 0 I YUULL Always Ilnd us on the- Square 1 Iinyour goodwill WeSell Satisfactiona- s well as GOOD CLOTHES and we do not con sider transaction closed until that satisfaction is as sured you We want you to come again and bring your friends YOULL GET A SQUARE DEAL if you buy one of our 15GUARANTEED SUI SAT975 We have a few left at this price and it means a big a w V saving to you II LOOK FOB THE SIGN OP THE PISH Where The Good Clothes Come Prom II ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT CoURT Harry S Woodall Plff Vs r Judgment Carrie Woodall DePt This day this case came on for hearing and was submitted for judgment end the court being ad vised from the pleadings and proof adjudged that the plaintifi is entit led to the relief sought It is now ordered and adjudged by the Conrt that the plaintiff Harry S Woodall and the defend ant Carry Woodall be and they are hereby divorced from the bonds of matrimony and each re sfofeoTfo aTTttie rights and privi liges of a singleand unmarried person and this case is now strucK from the docket TELEPHONE VoicsMany people have not a telephone voice that is to say their voice only goes a short way while other i will go the whole distance and then somet Science explains these few people have any patience with science they want to hear when talking over a telephone and understand why they cant tI the other party distinctly It often on account of the party who has no telephone yoke or one that dont cany over the wires Its not the blame of the telephone atatl nor the talker mentioned except they should get close to transmitter and talk ln firm voice which helps soifr g Outs and bruises may be healed in about onethird the time required 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 Kheq Vtnatic pains lgr Safe by Ghasv 1CPvi L f t J My Doctor Said I Try Cardul writes Mrs Z V Spell of Htyiw N C I was in a very low state of health and was not this lo be up and tend to my duties I did try Cardui tad aooa began to feel better I got able to be up and kelp 4o my housework I continued to take ih medicine and ROW I am able to do my housework and to care for mjr chiand I feel as though I could never praise Carditi c ouffc for the benefits I have received ITAKECARDUI IWOJnansCardu is successful because it U made ptckJJy lor women and actsspeclfiC oa the womanl comitihitioa Cardul does one thing and doesit well That ozpWis JMtGinjrtift la health and happiness If you are a woman let tired duH and art Berveut cross and Irritable its becauat you nHiI a toalc ftyat- y Cardul Cardui guilds strenftbeas restoraa mi M in every way as a s tonic for wow Twt it for yourself Your druggist tells Cardui Ask Wat alitc ccoc x GRANVILLE OWENS I UND RTAKERI p Brodhead Ky t w COMPLETE LINr ttCoffins Caskets and Robes MI Mall Telegraph or Tale f phone orders Promptly Filled r b f f f i E win that of the rr wire tilled sent all w ilk JO rlfr IntIi m All by KY Morrumenlal fGra te o t kin t b l t Court C l x Circuit Court 1st Monday in 4 weeks 4th Monday In April two weeks in August three weeks Court Mpnday in each month Court 4th Monday in each month t oUcc Court Monday in each month Fbur room and out Well and one water of Fair Brad Five acres less to V9 EL WRn Jct Ky Cry FR ttr a e 5 I t1t r jis t I J t Wi l CASTORI For Infants and Children The IKhI You Have i w 1ways Bought ears r etrtle- of 1 Use For Ovr Thirty Year- sCASIO RIA tntn t1tHn tVnnnnnnntnnnnntnnnntnHtnnnntn LJERNDNGLSRET DO PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS M AN- DEMBAL3IKRS Mt KY 1 COUCH METALIC CASKETS Coffins and Robes Licened Embalmer have charge of line Eworkfor company Orders by promptly Hearse to point- sE GEORGE OWENS Manager- S Office Mt Vernon Monumental PHONE 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111J11111111111111111 111111111111r ffll UNCS 2TAKBfZ 8 art let 3rd Our line of unex 0 sent to all of the orders Promptly Filled W A COX MT Mount Vrwi WURK II MdlnJEALEt Me fall tJ ate1 furnished ontyGEO FENS Propr effuseLl lKlgoplrectory COURTS January SrdMIonday Quarterly County VernosI FoJvSALEr cottage plenty buildingsj agood Located northwest ground beady woreY4r Apply Lebanon dnlld rAri FLETCHERS TOR Aol ati1r lil In FUNERAL DIRECTORS Vernon Building CoucB Caskets- is celled Handmade Coffins furnished Hearse parts County wire II Phone945 VERNON ground JCMe6LARY UN D fR TA Nand EMBALMER Stanford Ky t eC Williartia VATORNEYATLAW MX VERNON KY OFFICE On acd floor o The B nk of Mt Vernon on Church street =Special attention given ndollectfonsPhone So IWT FRANCIS Dentist Mt Vernon Ky Home and office in the late residence Dr Myers formerly occupied on Old Main St Mt Vernon RPW DYCHE D NT1ST MT VERNON KY Office at residence on Main St Cfpwn and Bridge Work a eiartyV Workguaranteedi c l I fr 1 G1 ltfd fttCOfiia hdW ttidt tnOtlkevS ere kept ttt petaUfearlV riS gaily asSihe 123 r a tl v buriig iie lit t y6arNi4 Irk Cit con uthejj 5toop0oo pounds of poultry Mays 7 71SgV Il aSlheJ date ot the fist alieNto engrave on was an obervatory for the study of the sarsat Alexandria in Egypt in the year 3n B C The invention of luaguih jug glasses is ascribed to one Alhazen an Arabian in the sear 1050 of on era Tl e lines on the jcaes ot fishes the herring for exampleare lines of annual growth The num r oi lines on the bones is auutuci indication of age rLanterns that will throw adver tising signs upon the pavement so that he who walks on the streets is forced unread them are now made with electric lamps poweilul enough to he effective in well lighted cities A few years ago the rice pro duced in the United States was less thin 100 million pounds per annum In recent years it has reached 600 million pounds Like bread rice is the siaff ot te e more of it the better Italy now imports mire than 50000000 worth of cotton each year Hence the Government is carefully fostering all attempts to produce a native crop A Missouri fruit farmer whose orchard of 26j acres contained about 10000 apple trees sold his crop this season foro100000 A storage company bought the fruit on the trees The Government Health De partment calls the present month of August typhoid time and suggests that it is cheaper to spend a little time each day swatting flies than to spend five weeks ir bedwith typhoid fever ACCUSED OF STEALING E E Chamberlain of Clinton = Me boldly accuses Bucklens Arnica Salve of stealingthe sting from burns or scalds the pain from sores of all kindsthe dis- tress= from polls or pilesIi It robs cuts corns bruises sprains and = injuries of their terror he saysi ads a healing remedy its equal ont exist Only 25c at Chas C Davis t4Thee sextant in use today by sea captains and others is a small affair measuring only a few inch es in any direction About the year 1000 of our era the sextant then in use by astranomers had a radius of 59 feet 9 inches c A to assassinate the King of 3Englaud in 1638 the famous Rye House plot miscarried from the merest accident Ihe house in which Charles the Second was happened to catch fire and IloJged account he departed from a little sooner than hen had intended 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 salt rheum and sores multiply and strength and appetite jail This condition demands Electric Bitters to regulate stomach liver and kidneys and to expel poisons from the blood They are the best blood purifier writes C T Budahn of Tracy Califs I have ever found They make rich red blood strong nerves and build up vour health Try them Soc at Ohas C Davis KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following are the cates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1911 as far as repotted Alexandria September 55 days Barboursville Aug 30 3 days Bardstown Aug 30 4 days Erlanger Aug 224 d ysJFalmoiub Sept 274 days Fern Creek Aug 16 4 days Frankfort A g294 days Germantown Aug 243 lays Hodgenville pt 53 days Horse Cave Sept 204 days Lawrenceburg Aug 164 days Leitchfield Aug 15q days tidasyLondon Ky State Fair Louisville Sept n 6 das Mayfield Sept 27 4 days Monticello Sept 04days Mount Oliver SC PtS4 days Paris Sept 55dasShepherdsyille Aug22 4davs S nerset Aug o 1i Isz JpjUriiqntownug 8=5 Y r Vancclurg 94f- i daSstxr Ti t rIr J ttt1 iiIJTJJ tfn Ot IfAFnM- Bylf t11tr MUlch the treesIRhubarb Is Horseradish Is mostly grown for the IToo packers much care cannot be given the dairy utensils The calf should be trained to lead and be halterbrokeIDont have a lot of manure lying In the yards all summer Obtaining the seed is the important thing in growing potatoes Parsley seed should be sown ina protected spot or in the cold frame A very desirable and useful tool which is not found on all farms is a leveL Swteet potatoes require a warm sandy soil well filled with rich rotted manure Turkey eggs set this month will give good zsalable carcasses for Christ mas feasts Two sprinklings a week with kerosene oil should keep the house free from insect pests New potatoes can be got earlier by allowing the seed to sprout in strong light before planting Practical farmers know the value of plowing and harrowing land when in the right order for working Just one setting of thoroughbred eggs nay be the means of working a revolution in your poultry business Ooqt keep little ducks and chickens together if it can be avoided Keep each separate and they will both do best marked heifer calves from the largest and most persistent milk ers should be raised and not sold to the butcher for a few dollars When geese become quiteoldsayf- ive or six yearsthey acquire an abdominal pouch of large size and this is an unfailing sign of old age To have large juicy stalks of rhu barb and long straight roots of horse radish the ground must be fully 12 to 16 inches in depth and finely pul verized Give the setting hen a thorough dusting with insect powder two or three times during the incubation This may save your little chicks from lice and mites Farmers now having a silo can very well afford to grow what roots they need to give at least one peck of sliced roots daily to each stock wintered i headotI Sore necks In horses are usu ally to one of two causes a short collar or too great weight coupled with the side motion as noted in a two wheeled vehicle Divide the dahlia roots and start some but not all of them The early plantedout dahlias come into flower during the hot weather and they will not give so large flowers as laterplant ed roots Plow your ground deep and prepare the soil as carefully as you would for the corn field Nature often performs wonders with trees but as a general rule she ought toihave a little intelligent help If you are quite sure that alfalfa will not grow on your land try Essex rape It makes fine hog pasture some farmers even going so far as to say that it beats clover which of course it does not A few years ago when concentrates were cheap sheep and wool were also cheap Now woof Is worth twice as much as it was tenyears ago and the sheep must have some rich food in order to grow a rich fleece Ground oil meal may be either the old or the new process The old pro cess oil meal is made into cake by pressing the oil out of the flaxseed by nigh hydraulic pressure but these cakes are frequently ground before selling If Your favorite cherry tree is badly decayed clean put everything in the cavity as cafef uHy aa your dentist would prepare a tooth for filling then spray thoroughly With a two per cent solution of formalin fill the cavity solid with cernentandralnt over all A KING WHQLEFTHOME set the world to talking but Paul Mathulka of Buffalo If Y fays he always KEEP AT HO VIE th King of all Laxatives Dr Kings NEw Life Pillsa d that theyre a blessing to all h e family Cure constipation headache indiges on dyspepsia bnly i5c at Chas C Davis L ChitthF8n qiyFOR FLETCNElt S C ASm ORIA 2 S 81 tlj thii6t r hiifiiQi You wit dVer ork the toW6W A lousy pig is a sure sign of a p60f farmereThe neglected colt or calf will prove profitless Phosphorus Is an element that Is essential to plant life How are the farm implements Any of them need repairs Look suspiciously at eggs that have been laid in a stolen nest The canna like corn needs moisture and heat to develop properly Dont let the weeds get a start kill em while they are abornlng The horse Is known by its years but the mule is better known by its earsWhen you hoe corn thin it out to not more than three good stalks to the hill N The ewes must have plenty of palatable food both before and after the lambs come IA flock of 50 hens or not more than 100 properly fed and cared for will pay handsomely If the butter is packed in jars or oth er receptacles they too must be ster ilized as above stated The ashes of the elm oak and beach are the most valuable for applying to farm and garden crops Cattle should not be pastured In the orchard a sthey pack the ground hard and bruise the young wood After trees are planted mulch with one foot of leaves or rotted straw water if season should be hot and dryThe calf should be kept in the pen and not tied out on grass until the weather is warm and the ground is dry Enormous yields of potatoes can be secured under irrigation provided the moisture in the soil is uniform and continuous Tobacco stems critain large quantities of potashand are worth eight to ten dollars per ton for topdressing grass and grain You will get more fruit by spraying thoroughly and the quality will be such that you can sell more of it as firstclass fruit Good orchardists say that an or chard neglected for one year without spraying or pruning and cultivation puts it back fully three yearsI Five dollars invested in package material will pay many times the in vestment in the better prices the fruit will bring when properly packed o Plan to raise a fine flock of general purpose standardbred birds this sea son They will yield much more sat isfaction and profit than a mixed flockWestern alfalfa is ground Into very fine meal form and after being mixed with molasses is sold to western dairy men and poultry raisers for from 20 a ton up If there is no other chance to get sunlight into the cow barn it might not be much of a chore to cut a few openings in the south or west side and put in some windows To feed 50 laying hens one month will require 200 pounds of cracked corn or 300 pounds of wheatI screenings in addition to the rye and grass pasture and ground meat and boneTwo perennials which are compara tively new and most beautiful and satisfactory are the Burbank daisy and the lovely cherryred hardy car nation pink You make no mistake in ordering them The leguminous crops grown on the farm are the clpversred mammoth white and alsikalfalfa peas beans and vetches Much of the farmers prosperity depends on the use he makes of these plants Ten million dollars Is a neat sum to pay each year for the ravages of lone animal yet this the figure given by the United States Depart ment of Agriculture as the damage done by the pocket gophers A practical method of keeping ani malsas dogs pigs chickens and cats from injuring the hotbed and its contents is a section of wire fence cut to the size of the bed with a detachable clasp oh the four sides The practical farmer by harvesting the clover in season and securing the hay In the best possible condition can secure an additional profit by feed ing out the clover to stock and in tsaving their excrements without loss of fertility It is a matter of cbminoa observation that seed sown on clay land that has been plowed in jth spring will take a longer toefl Da o This- is true in all cases except where a shower falls shnrtly after the seed has been sow- nSEEMED TO GIVE HIM A NEW STOMACH I suffered in tensely after eating andno medicine or treatment I tried seemed to do any good writes H M Editor of The Sun Lake ViewOhio The first fery doses of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and thegave me surprising TeHef s condwr tseemed to give tiie jianew stomach and perfectly good ealth For Jsatef by Chas C- DIlvirti + i k t j H tky 3 IIT RMKFlour 0 iA For The People and Against Combines and MonopoliesOur is To Sell them Low and send and Get More Every body said the boys wouldnt stick but they have moved tc the 1Masonic brick with a car of Old Hickory Wag ons Car of Field Fencing WireCar of Building and Finishing nails Car of Flooring and J finishing lumber Car Best Flour meal 4MMv corn 4 hay ft buggies v- j 1 cement I Big four plaster All kinds of paint hardy ware and groceries IStock is complete We have no junk Our shoes are sold for la legitimate profit and guaranteed You must be satisfied or your mon back d ey We have a complete line and our iguarantee is you must be 8 isfhed or your monkey back Come and See U- s1tM K hour Co LI VTNG5TQN KY ii ftt i J