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Mount Vernon signal: August 9, 1912 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1912 mou1912080901_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: August 9, 1912 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ;f? (' "TV afsf "Wl il'j r V . 'v asrv- - v-i- g -r rSMfi Uli'mftmiiimSn wnittiin Published Every Friday ii MT. VERNON, Established 1887 WftnrigTi'iirh7iilMril ii n hi i nr m tj&jfcBS&3533 VOLUME XXV. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY , AUGUST .9, 1912. . NUMBLR 45 Next 0 ON T li ii L-JK - ml' m "ER0W5E VT ?.? lMi, niiinniiittmrtwi n.l u, BIPJLANEV MO DEL X " rl tv oomeininsf txcixins every momenx aurmg xne rair you to Everyone r b Perhaps your only chance to see this great attraction. l an will be there. Great preparations has' been made Nothing is left undone. Everyone is anxiously awaiting this a entertain great event. "I; Hoaglan's Daily Come early to get the best ac co m mod at i o n s Performances in the Ring a Great . Attraction : ymWSSr If you have never attended J-&- mf this. great ,JElak you afford to miss this year cannot ! . ...........................a....... iSS32aE2ExS3PX PROGRAM Mt Vernon Fair Association Thursday, Aug. 8th " Women's Low Cut Shoe 98 c mm THE EMPORIUM MJMWjWjaMMHjajjjjMi mHammmjpgjmi m Women's Low Cut Shoes Best combined horse regardless of uee or sex Best harness mare or geld- WHEN THE SHOW COMES 10 o TO TOWN. 98c OB ' fl mmmsrjmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmmiQWgfiBmgmt tBTTTffBTTtPftflm B00BMMBB0ftiaBBBiBBB0iaitBHaftkAM& PRICES CUT DEEPER for the GREATEST SALE RECORD of the SEASON CONTINUED The Big Sale on Clothing for the first few davs have been greater than we ever expected. This is a chance of a and life-ii- me CLOTHING Men's Fine Suits, Price24.75 ii ii .6k lv. -- Vt, Y means the greatest saving; ever offered by us or any other store in Mt Vernon Come andbring your friends Sale Price Price Sals Price Sale Price jj ii J IO ii ii ii Prce .-- . Price Frice Price 20.00 ' Sale 17,50 12.95 jQ. 50 95 i ni ft 15.00 10.0O LL Sale Price 9,98 A CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS, DRY GOODS and NOTIONS -- sin i m 98 ing any age, 2000 Best harness stallion Amusement seekers and show any age 20 00 goers oi Mt. Yernau will have the Best harness horse regardless treat of their lives Sept 3, when of age sex or sweepstake? 20 00 the taninus Snn Brothers Worlds Best colt, either sex. Special byT . Progressive Shows appear here. S. Langford, season on colt to RockNothing better has ever been seen et Peaviue in this section. Best Jersey Cow, any age, special Every dream of bovhood day will Best bull calf under one by R. L. McFenon and be realized. The peanuts, C year old $5 oo unC .stnuprjnn nri mels, pink lemonade, the the enrclowns Best bull calf over one and Prettiest doe. anv species, special and the smell of the fresh shavings. under two years old 5 oo premium by Mrs. E. R. Gen- the whole good atmosphere of the Best bull calf anv age 2 00 5 oo trv, tented show wll be there. Every Best heifer calf under one Best saddle mare o.r geldacfXvith the show this season is year old ing, any age 3 00 20 00 entirely new, novel and of an Bes,t heifer calf over one and stallion any Best sadddle A notecharacter. under two years old ..... 5 00 age, 20 00 worthy engagement this year is the Best cow, any age 5 00 Best saddle horse regardpositive appearance at each perless of age oroex Best mare colt under one 20 00 formance of the famous Elecirique Best roadster mare or geldyear old 5 00 De Kamos. a quintette of high air ing, any age Best mare colt over one and 1500 equitation artists. Did you ever under two years old "500 Best 1 oadster stallion any see a whirling Dervish? This act , age, Best mare colt over two and 15 00 is doubly discounted by the Eiec-triqunder three years old 5 00 De Kamos. They float SECOND DAY RACES S 00 Best tuare, any age through the air like winged scrap as Best brood mare and suckling TROTTING RACE Mile beats and whirl hrough the empyrean, colt at side. ,,...,,8 co free for all, best three in five to like whirling dervishes.and nil that Best horse colt u.nd.er enter, three to start. Purse 100 00 sustains them is wires gripped irf one year .old 5 00 RUNNING-RAC- E loo yards their teeth. It is indeed one of the Best horse colt over one over .half mile dish, five to enter, most amazing and superbly ornate and under two 5 00 three to start. Purse 50 00. dizzy height performances ever Special Premium of 5. by retail MULE RACE 100 yards over conceived. Merchants' Association, Louisville, half mile dash. Purse 10.00, Nearly one hundred performers Ky. 7.50 to first. $2 50 to second (See take part in the big programme Best horse over two and. rules governing mule races under and are all artists of extraordinary under three years old 5 00 first day's racing program) ability. In the wild beast departBest horse any age 8 00 ment will be seen many unique Best stallion and family of not THIRD DAY RACES strange and distinctively novel 8 00 less than three colts JDROT OR PACE Mile heats, specimens of the animal kingdom Best model horse, regardless oiageorsex 1000 free for all, bes three in fivefive ani zoologic creation, and all arc to enter, three to start. Purse exhibited in a classified niannsr Best combined horse regard" land explained by competent keep- le&s of age br' sex 10 00 $100.00. . RUNNING RACE Three-- ers and lectures. Seats are provid-fourtBest running walker regard- mile-das- h, five, to enter, ed for all patrons and the tents are se-less of age or 1500, well ventilated and commodious. three to start. Purse $50.00 MyEiE RACE iqo yards oyer Courteous ushers are inattendance half mile dash- - Purse" '10.00, to show visitors to eligible seatss Best saddle mare or gelding Courtesy being a red letter rule $7.50 to first 2.0 to second any age ., ,t lo oo with the Sun Brothers' Shows. Best saddle stallion any age . . io oo The big aggregation will arrive A well known Des Moines Best harness mare or geld-- t . woman aftar suffering miserable here by special train, and- will ingany age ,.io oo for two days from bowel com- - spread their tents' on the grounds ' Best harness stallion plain, was' cured ' by one dose of at Mt. yernon. on Dr. Lovell's lot. any age, ,... 10,00 Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and while addition on TuesdavSeDt" Best model horse regard- 3r" less of age or sex ...8 oojChas. C. Dais. ultra-meritorious ue h s Friday, August 9th - -- " 1 l - T- -. t JWMMKNjgttMHM - MT- - VEKNON SIGNAL 19 12 twuSffxSau nJteii iiTiMiirniiMfl-ifrt- i !!IIIErhw3?T; flMMSBMMM 2j- - vSiiF'W'fTpffs List ol caniltdatcs nu.v in field at work for the piano given away by B. O: Anderson & fion. There should be one hutdred or more by next wet-k- . The list folio w: Name of Contestant Lillie Hiait Mattie Wilmott Mildred Robins Tyz.ie Gentry s a.s rr?f-yw65- y tjo.j&zxv r Friday, Aug. 9 NOMINATION Name P. O. BLANK BBSs ' JOHN W. BAIN r ('QtW&tHutett., thl H 4 17 rrgy-- v -?-- s-v anairys ttmummmmmmmmmwmutammtmmammmmmmmmmmtt Published every Friday by GOOD FOR 1,000 VOTES lmmlmWr BSBBBBBBBV7tj JA jHllllllBBlHI PBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSl EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $I.OO !a jSBSk' BBBBBLd2& No. votes .Sy4 4i-1 1 AUG. 7, 8, 9 IS TH G BIG BSSBSf wdBSK vvBSBrBSSBSBBSSSSSSSSSSSSwK&s mi Advtrtising rates made known on application TO CLEAN UP NEW YORK HOLD PROMINENT MEMBER OP KENTUCKY OF CITY TAKE STEPS TO INVESTIGATE CONDITIONS. MEN ?&' ,wM!?Mi IUCfJ FIRST PRIMARY PRESS ASSOCIATION KENTUCKY VOTERS SHOW LITTLE INTEREST IN ELECTION. HHHHHHHllllllV Will Spare No Expense to Expose All Connection Between Police Department and Underworld. and more cleansing than the work of the committee of fifteen, an organization was formed here to investigate, without regard to expense and with the aid of the best lawyers and detectives obtainable, the alleged corrupt alliance between the police department and the New York. More the Lexow investigation, far-reachi- Contests in Only Four Districts. Only 346 Votes Cast in Jefferson County. Helm Wins in Eighth. iHlllllllllllBH nmmmmiiiiH Jt fi t" h jdillllllllllllllllHllllllllllllllllllBkt. ji11iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiibi JiflllllllBllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllH BHiillHtk:'24iillllfll1HlsllllllllllBI than WELCOME The Mt Vernon Fair which hrst ever attempted since the town was founded, 102 y?ars ag is now on We went to press this morning two da? Wednesday ahead of usual publication day, s as to be enabled to distribute thousand extra copies of the Sig NAL on the Fair grounds, during the day extending a thrice heart old time welcome to every one 01 our visitors, exhibitors and al' others in aud about the ground? and inviting them to come to every one of the lairs as well as requertinj; those who failed to come on first day to make up tor lost time by attending the last two days. All arrangements are fullv completer1, as can be seen by a glance over the ground?; side attractions galore are here in full force ar.d effect, Fort one head of free horses are hct from various counties aud havebeei entered for exhibition in the varEverything is in tip ious rings. The directors and top shape. stockholders, numbering 150, Rockcastle citizens, are enthusiastic over the outlook and feel confident that the lair this eek will be a pace jnaser for future exhibitions to follow. The floral hall is one of the attraction features of today and a very large attendance is assured. This has been designated as home coming week and a large number of people are already here from other counties .and states to meet relatives and friends at the fair, renew old friendships and enjoy the various attiactions furnished. . underworld. A call for the organization of a great nonpartisan, nonsectarian citizens' committee was sent out, signed by Jacob H. Scblff, Felix Adler, Bishop Qreer, Jesse Straus, Eugenlus H. Dr. Henry Moskowlu, Allan Robinson and Henry Qreen. At the same time Mrs. J. 'Borden Harrlma'n was asked to head an auxiliary committee of women, with Mra. Russell Sage, Mrs. E. H. Harrlman and others as members. Every Influential citizen of New York, man or woman, is to be asked to join one or the other of these Out-erberg. THREE MEN ARE DROWNED. Burlington, N. J. Three men, cruising in the motor boat Nancy without lights, were drowned, and the fourth, man, escaped when the a little craft was run down and crushed by the packet John W. Garrett In the Delaware river. The dead men are John Sougin, George Vandlne, Jr., and Robert Methington, all of Bristol, Pa. The man who escaped is Charles Tyler, Jr., of this city. He was thrown across the bottom of the wrecked craft and managed to remain afloat until rescued by the crew of the freight steamer. one-armed 16 SLAIN BY COUNTRYMEN. Our citizens throughout the couvty should keep in mind that our ister town. Brodhead. the originator of fairs in Rockcastle, will hold their three days' exhibi tion next week, beginning on Wednesday the 14th (August) Like Mt. Vernon, the Brodhead Fair managers have spared neither pains or expense in making great preparations for the banner fair of all the exhibitions they have ever held. Their catalogs show liberal premiums and their tree attractions are many and interesting, procured at big expense for the entertainment of the visitors. Mt. Vernon promises her usual quota of pat ions, and then some knowing they will get more thau their money's worth in the entertainment and enjoyment one always gets at the Brodhead Fair and among that 'own's clever people. PLYING MEN FALL stomach, liver and victims kidney n.tbles just like other people, with like results in loss of appetite, backache, nervousness, headache, and tired, listless, rundown feeling. But there's no need to feel like that as T. D Peebles. "Six Henrv, Tenn., .proved Electru: Betters" he bottles of writes, "did more to give me new strength and good appetit" than all other stomach remedies I used" Its So they help everybody. folly to suffer when tbis great remedy will help you from the first dose. Trv it. Only 50 cents at Chas. C. Davis. Cull McClure has gained auch a reputation bv bis many peculiar h escapes and escapades, remarkable adventures that to attend the fair under ordinary circumstances he would attract too much attention from other exhibits and attractions on the grounds, so The first he will go in disguise. detecting the old culprit iD party disguise will be rewarded with a free ticket for a balloon trip or a package of popcorn popped on the grounds. Ramey "What is H. B. crying about?" Teddy Bear "Jack swipped his 1 Steubenville, O. James Infllno, 40 years old, a light tender in the Cleveland & Pittsburg railroad yards below Mingo Junction, was shot six times and killed by two Italians. The murderers escaped on a Wabash westbound train. It is said the slayers had Companion Were Near at Hand But learned where Infllno bad $1,000, his DM Not Notice Plight of Unsavings, hidden. They took it Infllno fortunate Man. was to go back to Italy next week to his family. Frankfort, Ky. With swimmers all around him, June Rucker, 25 years old, SAVES FOR TRIP TO IRELAND. l section hand on the L. & N. railroad, drowned in Benson creek, near Galney Chicago, While in Chicago for a bridge. His body waB not recovered few hours on bis way to Ireland, Den- for three hours afterward. nis Deasy, 40 years old, a farmer from Rucker and several members of the Muskegon, Mich., was robbed in a sa- section crew, after eating their mid loon of a draft for 3,500 on the bank day meal, went In swimming. It it of England, $40 in currency and a gold supposed Rucker was seized with a watch and chain. He 'told the police cramp; but his companions did not he had been saving for years to get observe his plight until it was too sufficient money to take a trip to late to render assistance. It is very deep where he went down, and al though the other swimmers dived un NINE BOY SCOUTS DROWNED. til they were.exhausted, they found no trace of him. Then assistance London. Nine boy scouts were was summoned, and the creek was drowned by the capsizing of a. cuttei dragged and the body brought to the off Sheppey Island. A large party 01 surface. boy scouts were proceedings at the It was taken to Coroner L. S. Gratime to their summer camp on the is ham's undertaking establishment and land. prepared for burial. Rucker was married, but had no children. He lived In Bellepoint. Notwithstanding Ky. Frankfort, he fact that Kentucky had its first opportunity Saturday to vote in a state-wid- e primary the smallest num-te- r of votes ever recorded in a simi- Secretary of the Blue Grass Fair, Lextar political event was cast. ington, Ky. Throughout Kentucky's 11 districts :he balloting was listlessly perfunc-.ory- , and about 10 per cent of the SEN.B.M.ARNETTRETIRES votes was cast. ' In only four districts were there contests, and even n these the usual interest was lack- Resigns as. Cashier of Bank on Account of III Health After Long ing. Service. Only 346 voted during the day in Louisville and Jefferson county. Nicholasvllle, Ky. Senator B. M. In the FirsEDistrict Judge Allen W. tendered his resignation as cashBarkley swept the district before him, ier of the Farmers' Exchange bank, nd won by a majority of 4,000. He carried Livingston, the former and W. R. Smith, assistant cashier and home of Judge John K. Hendrick, by teller of the First National, was electDenny ed to succeed him. The resignation 11, and eight other counties. only foui will take effect at once. While SenP. Smith was victorious in other counties. Judge Barkley's nom- ator Arnett's physical condition is greatly improved and he is gradually ination assures him of election. most interesting contests regaining his health, he severed active One of the n the state was that in the Third Dis- connection with the bank upon the trict, where R. Y. Thomas, of Muhlen-bur- advice of his physician in order that he might have the absolute rest which county, and John fi. Rhea, of la necessary for his recovery. were contenders. Mr. Arnett was elected cashier ol reSo heated was the contest that a count of the ballots will be necessary the Farmers Exchange bank when it was organized in 1890, and was one lo determine the victor. of the Incorporators and charter In the Fourth District, where J. C. Thompson, of Washington county, and J. B. Whitinghill, of Beckenridge, RePOLICE BEGIN CRUSADE. publicans, were contestants, Whitting-hill- . is the victor by a comfortable ma Covington, Ky. The death knell ol Jority. There was no Democratic conhandbooks and other modes of gam test in this district. bllng was sounded. Sweeping order In the Eighth Discrict Congressman Harvey Helm won a notable victory regarding operators of handbooks ana tor renomlnatlon at the hands of the proprietors of questionable resorts Democrats when he defeated Judge were issued by Chief of Police Schu Jere A. Sullivan by a majority of over ler. Recently the grand jury called 7,200. Helm carried every county in attention to the fact that gambles he district, including Sullivan's home driven from Cfncinmtti and Newpcil ounty of Madison, which gave a ma- had taken refuge In Covington. The jority to the Lincoln county man of jury declared that the mayor and poiver 300. Lincoln county gave Helm lice could stop the evil. Every da 1,652 majority. No trouble of any kind hundreds of persons from Cincinnati vas reported at aay point In the state. stream into Covington and play hand books. Schuler says there will be ne immunity from prosecution. SWIMMER IS DROWNED. to-.a- l, Ar-ce- tt g Lo-vai- f, Hamlin Sallie Reynolds Mary Proctor Etta Cable Minnie Hiatt Clyde Watson Dollie Johnson Eva Albright ' Katie Price Lela Albright Lena Albright Gertrude Martin Susie Cabel lary Lsai Reca Brooks Bessie hivcl Rilda Chandler Katie Price .Ethel Payne Pearl Purcell Annie Mae Sargent Mattie Owens Bertha Bustle Roberta Brown Blaneh Howell Orlie Ponder Ada Ward Ella Harp Rost Brown Dortba Owens Annie Cass Mattie Adams Emily Sutton Brodhead Graded School BcSbie MT. VERNON FAIR AND 1000 1000 Iooo IOOO IOOO iooo 1987 NOE & DAVIS' IS THE PLACE TO GET YOUR IIC2 IOOO 4195 327.S 3484 IS20 IOOO Mt i Drinks, Fruits ' 1415 IOOO IOOO TOOO and r.nlri .iin IO52 4160 IO-'- 5194 1366 mo - '335 logo 1050 3923 IOOO IOOO The People's Bank MAKE an earnest effort to accomodate all clasaea. Oar aim is to make this in every respect the People's bank; a bank where all may feel at home a place where those of moderate means may expect the same treatment as those more favorably situated. 1150 IOOO KE Belle Kincer Birdie Johnson Florence Harris Delora Boyd Ollie Brock 1938 1207 1587 2925 070 4037 1025 Bertha Brown IOOO Bessie Brown IOOO Every new subscriber to the signal gets iooo votes and everv rei eval 500 votes. WOULD NOT HUBT ANYBODY'S BANK WITH US U. G. BAKER, President. Vice.-- P. J.P.E. DRUMMOND, F.L.THOMPSONJr., Cashier. CLAUDE C. COX.Ass't. Cash FEELINGS. THE PEOPLES' BANK. Mt. Vernon, . i Ky. BLUE SPEAKS FOR GRAY. MHVMMpjrfj&jMit.il u m Lexington, Ky. Tj pitying the spirit which now exists between the boys who wore the blue and the gray dur ing the civil war war, John M. Mon cague, a confederate veteran, who ap plied to County Judge Scott for a pen "Which do you love best pussy or sion, was jiven a recommendation your doll?" and testjjnony necessary to the pen "Pussy; but don't lei dolly "hear- sion being granted by M. R. Cozine, a .'A TEXAS WONDER. veteran of the union army. The men laughingly recalled the days when The Texas Wonder cures kidDey they were opposed to each other Id removing making application tc tnd bladder troubles battle when Judge Scott for Montague's pension gravel, cures diabets, weak and and Mr. Cozine assured the judge that 'arae backs, rheumatism and al) his present friend and former foe was irregularities ot the kidneys and in every way worthy and deserving in boty men and women. Reguof a pension. lates bladder troubles in chibren. iyc3agx& $ 3&e$3$p GRANVILLE OWENS j UNDERTAKER 1 Brodhead Ky COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets, and Kobes, Mail, Telegraph or Tele- CINCINNATI Wheat No. 2 MARKETS OLD CITIZEN If not sold by your druggist, will TO MEET AT CARLISLE. esent by mail on receipt of 1.00. One small bottle in two Carlisle, Ky. The Christian assem nonths treatment, and seldom bly Is to meet at the Penn Grove Send for f tils to perfect a cure. camp meeting grounds, in Mount Oli estimon'als from his and other vet, from August 14 to 25. During the tes. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 assembly the annual convention ol the Bible' schools of the churches ot li:e treet Louis, Mo. Sold by trje Twelth district, composed of the Druggist. 1 phone orders Promptly mVfjmmHmm. -- jjJjP 'mmmmmmmWm Filled. K'&$X$X&K $O0CBDG8f PASSES AWAY. counties of Fleming, Bracken, Mason red 96c$1.13, Corn No. 2 white 8283c, No. 3 vhite No. 4 white 7780c So. 2 yellow 79S80c, Jm. 3 yellow 75(0 ?7c, No. 4 yellow 7577c, No. 2 mixei. 7778c. No. 3 mixed 7677c, No. 4 mixed 7476c, white ear ?fc77c, yellow ear 7981c, mixed ear 7678c. Oats No. 2 white 3738c, standard white 3637c, No. 3 white 3637cNo. 2 mixed 3435c, No. 3 mixed 3334c, No. 4 mixed 31g32c. red $1.04 1.07, No. No. 4 red 8696c. 3 8081c, Versailles, Ky. John M. Wasson, 88, one of the oldest and most prominent citizens of this community, died at the S. C. Nuckols, home of his uear Versailles. His death was the result of injuries he received last September, when he fell from an upstair? porch to the sidewalk below, a dis tance of about fifteen feet. He had been confined to his bed roost of the time since. Previous to this accident he was a very active man. Mr. Was son was born at Leesburg, Harrison county, Ky., July 15, 1824. son-ihla- Robertson and Lewis, will be held Among the speakers will be W. E Frazee, of Louisville, state superin tendent of Bible schools; the Rev. W H. Books, a noted evangelist of In (Nana, and the Rev. H. L. Calhoun, ol Lexington. FATAL ACCIDENT TO BOY. WhUesburg, Ky. Israel Tackett, 16 son of Wilson Tackett, of Millstone was killed at Coalbrook's sawmill, at Craftsvllle, by a log. The Tackett boj was at work and did not hear the lof rolling toward him. Before the lot reached him It broke Into two pieces one striking ,hlm in the head. FINE HORSE IS SOLD. 3cc$ddcc:; ja$eyc&.yc&y& jonas Mckenzie THIS AN KEPEACHEYE ON where SPACE you will WEEK, always find listed the best of goods, which are sold for a fair margain of profit Goods bought right and soldjright are the kind of goods that it always pays to buy Our Motro has always been to give to our customers Jthe very best goods possible for the money. Thanking my customers for the patronage in the past and asking a continu ance in the future, I am r ' Yours very truly, -- $8.10(3)8.25, good to choice $7.25 common to fair $4.507; heifers extra $7.357.50, good to choice $6.50 7.25, common to fair $3.50(3)6.25. cows, extra $5.505.7o, good to choice $4.505.40, common to fair $24.35; )8, jxtra J13.5014.50, No. 1 clover mixed $1C 317, No. 2 clover mixed $1415, No. I clover $1314. No. 2 clover $1011 Cattle Shippers $6.508.15, choice .o extra $8.258.50; butcher steers, . timothy $16.50817, No. Hay No. 1 timothy $18 18.50, No. 3 timotln PROMINENT CITIZEN IS DEAD. Shelbyvllle, Ky. Hiram F. Bohan-non- , who served one term as sherifl of Shelby county and two terms at a deputy, died at his home In Bagdad of cancer. An operation was performed in April, but the results were not satisfactory. Since that time he had been gradually sinking. Mr. year was in his sixty-sixtHfi. served during the war in the Con federate army and had been one ol the most influential men in the county. n sanners, $1.753. Bulls Bologna 35,25, fat bulls Calviwu g0od Extra $9.259.50, $4.255, extra $55.50. $5.15 James L. Gay &- Son of Highland Place farm, sold their nve year-olchestnut show mare, Lula Lo gan, by Emerald Chief, to Wm. Bush d Versailles, Ky. of Michigan, for $1,000. KILLED LARGE BLUE CRANE. stags Hogs Heavy hogs $6.468.55. good i.o choice packers and butchers $8.50 3S.55, mixed packers $8.408.55, 4.500. fair to common and large h hair-breadt- common to choice heavy iess) $68.25? Sheep Extra $3.75, good to choice $3.25S.65, common to fair $1.25 3. Jjambs Extra $7.757.85, good to QUQlp9 $6.10(37.65, common to fair M,250, vgarJlngs $45, stock ewes , . M.25 04,26. YOUTH CALL8 FOR HELP. fat sows $6.507.75. extra $7.807.85, light shippers $8.3538.55; pigs (110 lbs and $4.256.60, extra $6.65(3)6.76, Maysville, Ky. Clarence Lunsford of this county, killed a blue crane thai measured six feet from Up to tip and FARMERS' 8TORE AT CARLISLE. stood five feet seven inches. It is one Carlisle, Ky, The Farmers' Union of the largest ever seen In this vi Mercantile Co., organized by the Farm jcinlty. era union of Nicholaa county, is open Nicholasvllle, Ky. George C. Hollo tng a store here, with Simon Kenton farmers x manage'r. R. B. Brierly, of Easl way, one of the as Union, is president, and George M the county, ,has lost within the test Wilson, of Carlisle, is secretary and two weeks 50 pedigreed. Duroovjersej hogs as the result of vaccination tc treasurer. best-know- n prevent cholera. candy" Ramey "But bow is it you have he candy now?". Teddy Bear "Sure 1 got the can- Kistler, a business man. dy now, I'm H. B's lawyer. MaysvWe, Ky. The Maysville and Mason County Driving club has bees Laporte, Ind. Thinking that he was organized here. The officers are: Vice Joking when be "was calling for help, president. El wood Tolle; secretary companions of Nell Kistler, 1$ years Thomas A, Keith; treasurer, J. Bank! old, failed to go to bis aid, and he was Durrelt. A president will be elected drowned in Stone Lake. here. A "score later. of boys were oa tie shore when Klafr ler ran from them and made a dive Lagrange, Ky. Mrs. jrch Dally, ol Into the water. Before he knew it he near Buckners, seriously injured was beyond his depth. Lester Gar- whUe cleaning aweb kettle with a sbarj wood, a companion, got to him as he knife, which slipped, cutting her righl sank, but was unable to save him arm. It was necessary to take several The dead boy was a son of George stitches In closing the wound. I PNEUMONIA I had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 tQ SO minutes. ,My doctor could nolbelp me, but I was completely cured by very weak. left me with a frightful cough and DR. KINC'3 New Discovery Mrs. AND - -- . JONAS McKENZE, Mt Vernon, Ky 50 J. E. Cox, Jollet, 111. $1.M AT ALL IRUCGISTS. Wabcabcfecfe raFTv yyjyjjrv;s. ., yZvZF&&'??iSX St&Ji MaHariMBeawiaMHaiMUilMiii pruuPToi ..yj -- rir iir iTfr "wr .?. ...- ,. MT. VERNON SIGNAL The merry-go-roun- d is one cen. .(,.,'Ji v "" ' " BKODHEAIK- . "-- s firrrr-T-liny'-irir- iS5w 6aftffi& Brd iV wKfowtaiu 5sSrr H flP!52-HP?k- . i 1 pfofltafe&T vHI!-------P--fl--B- -w- ' Next week is the lair and we are Mt. Vernon, Ky., Aug. 9, 1912 Who said Mt Vernou i tir Would beginning to wonder if the property Cows need pure, fresh water. not be a success?. owners will have the weeds cut "there is always a demand for tur C all up 'No. 79" when "7Q ' - JJ A complete list tit pemium aiong their walks. We are expect fteys; CommunIy on wualto SIGNAL oata 'With awards will appear in our next is ing mere people to be in our town Oats and peas "will tiot Inoculate sue. next week than ever before, and we ground for alfalfa. v. about us .."svnw There are forty of Kentucky's should have enough pride walks banked, the No' ewe should bo bred until she 1 best race and show horses on the .to have our has reached maturity. weeds cut, and all the old rubbish grounds. removed that has been an eye-sor- e ioncreie noors in xne cow iuuit LOUISVILtC AHSHWILtcR.R.CO. Mt. Vernon Fair certainly has for so long. Let's get busy and are sanitary and easily cleaned. , some live wires for its officers and have our little town looking better lnflll.j The 6,ze of an appje CJm be TIME TABLE. directors. than ever before. enced to quite a large degiuo by plclc- 4.46 p m 22 nortn Attornev E. R. Gentry, secretary ,nS Wm. Bullock has worked day 24 nortn 3:53 a m and night and to him is due much of the new Mt. Veruon fair; and his Don't let the cows out in the a 23 south .... estimable wife, were in town Fii storms to stand around.. It doesn't of the credit. ' 12:19 am j 21 South i 1 ? aa was uuosuug .u. r: pay. iuc mir Marcum. of Montecello has his aay Jas. Landrum, Agent. endeavoring to show the people Thn cnldflr tViA milk when sAnnxated pacing stallion and ktwo runners on and Phone No. 8. that Mt.Vernon was going to have the greater the Iobb of fat in the skim the ground. the best fair in its history, and from milk. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice The floral hall display is im- the number that will attend we are mail matter. as second-clas- s The cows that mense. It has never been sur- satisfied that he succeeded in con- amounts of butterproduce itthe largest fat do moat ecopassed in Southern Kentucky.! nomically. vincing them thrt he is right. PERSONAL Miss Annie Tombs, of Danville, The high diver gave two sucThe calves should by all means be Benton is here this week. John cessful performances Wednesday. was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. kept in clean, and venMrs. D. R: tilated stables. Mrs. J. W. Bake continues verv The same for Thursday and Friday. Wallin last week. of MaysvilJe, was the A proper sick. What about 2000 people for the Thompson, kit for farm work is about is here for the guest of Mrs. Laura Cable and as handy a thing aB the average Bragg Thompson held" first day of the first fair ever farmer can buy. week. fair. That is goi"g other relatives here this Nichola?-vill- e in Mt. Vernon. Mrs. Maggie Davis, of A John D. Miller is at home for some. bolt now may save a dolis the guest of her sister, Mrs. lar's worth of tlm when the rush " -- u the fair. M. of work comes. 4B- - Gentry .""tne" secretary, is J. C. West was in Lexington A certainly on to his job and is de- R. H. Hamm. in Mr. and Mrs. J.last Mt. Vernon Owens .were You cannot fatten a brood sow and Wednesday. livering the goods to the satisfac- Sunday between trains, the guests 'atten a hog alike andmake the best Robert Taylor who has typhoid tion of all. success of both. of Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Sutton. fever is improving. works at Pine Hill Miss Essie Pike, ot Livingston, is The Kay-Pe- e A gallon of cream testing 25 per Miss Willie Benton is the guest suspended operation and attended visiting relatives here this week. cent, should churn a little over two of Miss Sadie tiicbards. the Mt. Vernon Fair, Wednesday, Mrs. Ed Sproule will assist her pounds of butter. Judge R. G. Williams is here from in full force. father, F. Francisco, with the dinThe object of cow testing and keepCovington, for the week. fair. ing record Is to Improve the herd and Mr. D. E. Davis was here for a ing table at the Mt. Vernon Mrs. U. G. Baker has been veiy few hours. Mr. Davis expects o Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Kigsby, of Increase the output. sick tor two or three days. buy property here and return to Pineville, are with Mr. and Mrs. Frequent stirring of the soil is said Jol n Robins this week. Robert Harry Mt. Vernon. Baue to be a good preventive of rust formShirley Tate and Carson, assistant cashier of the ing on the cultivator. Miller, are at home for the fair. Mack Hughes is here from Tellico Bank & Trust Co., Tellico W. T. Houk'and family are here Look out for the potato bugs on the Harrodsburg, with five good ones. Plains, Tenn., is with his parents, tomato and eggplant plants. They for the fair and visiting relatives. best Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Carson, this prefer them to the potatoes. Mr and Mrs. M. C. Williams are Mack is one of Keutucky's week. Miss Elizabeth Vermilllion, horsemen. here from Somerset, for the fair. For sandy land the mammoth red of Danville, is the guest of her clover has proved superior to alsike Kay-PePresident C. O. Davis has The O.K. Hancock of the everywhere you go you'll see a lot of well-dress- ed cousin, Elizabeth Tharp, this or the 'medium red varieties. up from Pine Hill, during done nothing but work and talk fair Co. was fellows and you'll to look as well as they do. for weeks and the reward is a week. John E. Evans, A good night pasture is the cow's the week. salesman for Colgate & Co., was delight, and a delighted cow is more William Owens' daughter who crowning success of the first j ear's here Sunday and Monday. Wade profitable than a discouraged cow. has consumption, shows but little exhibit. H. Leece, of Crab Crchard, was here Jf the sail leaves the plowshare improvement. Hanrv Trainer the veteran race Monday and Tuesday. He was acshiny and wet, wait a day or two. Misses Marie and Bertie Brock horse man, is here with his part- companied home by Mr. and Mrs Wet plowing makes a cloddy ground. fellows if you'll come to this one among the well-dress- ed are with their sister, Mr. Albright ner. Mr. Bromley, with a. nice R. G. Wilmott Rosco Pike is at looking for an occupation that string of running, trotting and home this week and will remain In during the fair. store for your new Clothes, Shoes and Furnishings will return pleasure ae well as profit Miss Sadie Moore has returned show horses. Mrs. take up the breeding of fancy poultry. here until after the fair. like our clothes and our prices too. from a few weeks visit in Bsrea A little tair news this week and Dud Holmes, of Crab Orchard, is Guessing at the quatitlty of salt to and Madison county. not much paper is all we have with Mrs. J. W. Tate this 'week. Make our store your headquarters when you come to put in butter is a little Tisky. An ounce The Mr. D. R. Sowderwho" has been to the pound is about the right proporMr. and Mrs, L. E. Houk are tried to give our readers. . tion, rtfarMtar-Hmiksparents, , Mr. Signal force wants to see the fair as visiting relatives inP"aitit-L"ck,"i: in town this "week. Mr. and Mrs. well as other people. and Mrs. S. H. Martin. young clover and the alNurse the Rigs-by- 's falfa; plan more of both another sea"We Mr. and Mrs. Tom O'Mara, of Mack Hughes won first in W. P. Rigsby was with Mr. "Look parents near Crab Orchard .the son, also a large acreage of root Nashville, are with relatives aud Wednesday trotting race with crops and pumpkins. Stand for friends for a few weeks visit. Lady Belfast; W C. Groinley first of the week, W. H. Ander son was in Crab Orchard, Sunday. By A hen that goes around with her (he Miss Sadie Richards has return- second with June Light; and Bob is not a comfortable hen; It seems that there is considerable mouth openwarm. Give her a place to ed after a visit of several weeks, to Walker third with Mary Booth. Bhe Is too What Sign attraction in Crab Orchard for sit down and cool off. friends in the northern part of the Stock is arriving, and the crowds Henry, and our people are beginof the You state. are gathering lor the Great Brod- ning to wonder what the result 'Vpptllatlon In the chicken house is Pish" Buy,? .Robert Harry Miller is home for head Fair. Meet your friends will be. a 'Very .mpPFtiiPt consideration, and the "health- of the fowls in a great a few days, from Morristown, there next week, aud see the best Miss Minnie Hiatt is suffering, measure depends on it. Tenn., where he" holds a lucrative fair ever held in eastern Kentucky. from a tevere bronchial trouble this Phone No. 27 position, as pharmacist. The value of cowpeas as a stock Among the colored people, who week. Walter Robins and A. M. feed cron is now firmly established Sec. A. M. Hiatt and Walter were formerly citizens of Rock H.att were in Mt. Vernon Tuesday, and will grow in favor as they beRobins, were up from Brodhead, castle county, attending the Mt. advertising the Brodhead Fair. come more generally known. Buy it now. Now is the time Tuesdap boosting Brodhead fair, Vernon fair are M. M. and Julia Mr. and Mrs. Chas. S. Lyons are to buy a bottle of Chamberlain's male birds except which begins next Wednesday. Hyatt, grand daughters of the old here from function City this week. to Get rid of for breeding. They those Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea are kept be almost certain to James Houk and daughter Thel-m- a time John W. Taylor. Ezra Shivel, section foreman at star boarders and eat up the profits Remedy. It be needed before the' summer is of Jamestown, Ind, and Mr. of the flock. This remedy has no .ver. There are visitors here to attend White wood, was here between aud Mrs. Elmer Houk, of Kettle trains Sunday. Mrs. O. A. Frith Never pasture too closely. Leaves superior For sale by Chas. C. s.nd home coming, from Island, are with relatives here and the Fair and Virginia.Tennessee, Ohio, Indiana, is with her parent, Mr. and Mrs. are essential to plant growth, pro- Davis. attending the fair. A. Pennington, in Livingston this enough should always be left to I take this means of announcing to the Illinois, Missouria, Kansas, Texas, plants. Mrs L. B. Adams has returned week. Mrs. Dessie Rigsby, John mote a good growth of Arkansas and Alabama, and possiI have public returned from the FOR FLETCHER'S rom California, and reports a most Robins and little daughter Mildred Keep away from the c'orn roots bly from other s'.ates. cultiva trip. She visited dijighttul were in Crab Orchard Sunday when giving the plant the last city where I purchased a car load of high The concession people are all afternoon! Miss Elizabth Storm tion; they will be needed la iurtner and on her return stop developing a good crop of corn. pei Yellow Stone National Park busy and Uncle Fullen Fran- returned home Tuesday, after grade which is now on cisco the best hotel man in the speuding several weeks with relaBegin to check the colt early if you YOU ARE READING LOCAL state, is feeding the people right on tives and friends in Dayton and would have an easy time with the exhibition in large ware room for inhorse. A THIS AD. OTHERS work and ft the grounds and every one is sure Cincinnati, Ohio. M:ss Lettie Is easier to break than a One week from next Monday is to get.his money's worth. I spection showing the most up-to-d- ate WILL READ YOURS of Corbin, is the guest of Mr. Lusk circuit court. The Air Ship arrived at Brod and Mrs:: J. M. Roberts this week. and best line of furniture ever brought plant a If If you are in arrears or suscrip- - head Thursday, and the man who A great many people seem to trees you intend to dig largefew choice holes for next spring, tton, the Signal man, who is on the will sail above the clouds each day think that the much talked of Air them this fall, fill them with manure, Bed room suits, Davenports to JuJOST .everybody reads the grounds would be awfully glad to flf removing it next spring and filling in ads. in this paper. They the fair next week, is expected Ship for the Brodhead Fair, is just Couches, Dining tables, Center tables, furnish as much news to the write you a receipt for theamount. in Mt. Vernon Friday, to tell the a scheme to get out a big crowd. up to the desired depth for the tree. man in town and on the farm The farmer who' raises fruit for his The officers and directors of the people that foe is .ready,io deliver We wish to say that the Air Ship as the, personals, and often Chairs, Rockers Wardrobes, Safes, in fact own family should have a much largmore. Q Peter Smith's wife entitled to the goods. arrived Thursday and will be at Mt Vernou Pair are er variety than the commercial wants a. new hat. Smith sees every thing n the furniture line, needed to much credit for the arduous work the Mt. Vernon fair Friday to tell because the latter must proby the paper that Jones is sellE. A. Chilton; the best fair man done in their efforts to gitre a suc- in Kentucky has been an iqdjsppn-sibl- e the people that he will be on hand duce enough of each kind to ship to ing hats at so much. John-ton- 's furriish beautify your home advantage. store ad. is missing from cessful fair but to W. M. Bullock, each day of the fair next weak. factor in the organization the paper Johnson's trying If: you are a 'Doubting Thomas" the wheel horse of the whole team, and carrying on of the fair. When Remember wehave Carpets, A Btumbllng habit may be caused policy. a is due the greater praise for the part he c&uoot tell you right now what about the Air Ship being at the by poor shoeing, or it may be caused hitching. Too and a larg'e and well selected assorthe performed in the undertaking. to do, there is not much use of ask- Brodhead Fair next week, go to by ignorant or careless the cause. RESULT Jones gets Smith's tfgi checking is often Brodhead Saturday, and see for 8omotinp9"Sr 'harsh bit with a tight So closely has he watched and ing the other fellow. .. .... , t- -t money ment your self. The man and air ship check foin wlU flP?trojc the balance, pushed the work since its inception Smith's wife gets her hat. to fal). and the horse Is liable Listen what the concession peop is there to. believe last Tanuary that this space each week for prices le and other visitors have, to say of (CopjTlght, 1803. bj W. N. U.) payer, it Is he has put in a dozen full nights While the hog Is a debt will interest you "The Mt, Cuts and bruises tnav be healed necessary for the breeder, farmer or sleep since the starting of the sub the Mt. Vernon Fair. Vernon Fair is a dandy and you in about one-thir- d feeder to manage go as to make the the time reThe scription paper for stock. at the greatest amount' of money votes him the blue ribbon can take our word for it, it is a quired by the usual treatment by least cost in the quickest time. To Signal about after applying Chamberlain's Liniment. dp tftjB there is nothing of more imon the successful accomplishment fair that will It is an antiseptic and causes such portance tban feeding alfalfa. For Infants and Children, ot the desired and by his energetic it is over". injuries to heal without maturation TI11 Kind You Dave Always Bought As we went to press two days This liniment also relieves sore Tie the blue on pushativeness. him and arrange for the next ring. early this week, were utiable to! ness of the muscles and rheumatic Bears the give the vote in the Anderson piano pains. For sale by Chas. Cf Davis. I will, be at thev Mt. Signature of Notice: FAIR NOTES. contest. The vote will be given in Vernon Fair on Thursday Aug. 8, xxuiiuis- :- xo tax pavers, your to buy aged mules from 3 to 6 Remember next week is Brod- - next issue. tax for i9i2 are due. Please call years. Anyone having a good An ordinary case of diarrhoea .fceaL fair. Notice: Lets every body clean and settle at once, and save cost. mule for sale please meet me there can, as a rule, be cured by a single The pike to the fair ground is up in iron 1 01 our property, ana Tbe penalty will be added as the dose of , Chamberlain's Colic on that day, J. M. CRE3S. .the greatest blessing of the age. make as good a showing as pos- - law'directs. Cholera and' Diarrhoea Remedy. - ," . -'iv .: s ,. T. Nicelky, is fair week and everyboby sible during the fair, now please This J. v .. ? This remeav bas no superior or : Sheriff, . 'from the youngest to the oldest don't over look this matter. complaints..- - For sale by FLETCHER'S- - i bowel FOR Xo-da- y, Yours every body. Rockcastle, Cou nty. 1ire doing the fair. hasC. Davis. ' - . ter of attraction. Pack all fruit carefully 111 I H 9 1 M RTJ I U3 ms,9 TidJ A4FC sm z ' h y I I . t-- 1 well-lighte- d ten-ce- At the FAIRS And want e YOU CAN BE You'll s ... " MT. VERNON - THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES IN MT.VERNON ANNOUNCEMENT that just Children Ory San-rjcisc- o, CASTORIA it m- - FURNITURE my am ffpll-broken two-year-o- ld four-year-ol- d. town and gs Mattings Rugs; we-hardl- y Watch They be,.-talk- ed CASTORIA S. U Cockrell LIVINGSTON, KY. . ( - '- -, Cliiiare.in Cry CASTORIA I Subscribe for the Signal t ,.,.,, . . .m . '1 ...... r . i 1 ,4 -- v 5 . wmH immiH Illl I mill llill IJ m& v ',- J"-f- ..!9 : "- i&i K iS iniwilu WftBiB59Wrft frr--T- ri TTrmcework: Urudfi-er- v ! t imSSiTSSimim Look out for ehl&ktin lice, ; -I iw.- -, ,r. rsasaawsa J& "Housework i drudgery for the weak woman. She-- brushes, dusts and slrubSf or the rnnny details of the household, her bUSkiClw is ea her leet all day attending to quivering under the stress o pain, possibly dizfcy temples throbbing, nerves tn feer because the poor tired nerves do fectinfr Sometimes rest in bed is not jefreshing, weak, nervous women is satisfied of refreshing sleep. The rest need of aotermit by Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription,! nd as Mrs. Briggs and others testify : NOTKS J&PJ2& ' N6fB$ ttv PffiA&WBROOK Order crates and boxes early. Timely harvesting meadowbrcjoia rMTTIiii1 Makes Weak Women S "le cause of Sick Women Well. It )rhla ' Prescription" removes rong and women's weaknesses, eas inflammation and ulcer. Ion. it trai.quilizes the nerves, BCOura&es the appetite and int. tecs restful sleep. Lis bottle-wrappe- r. nljh)Bv& -- w 5l F ffm Dr. Pierce is perfectly willing to let everyone know, what " Favorite Prescription" contains, a complete list of inDo not let any druggist gredients ou the persuade you that his uaImSwii composition is "just as gooJ" profit. ia order iha.. he r..ay iiiul.e a L Mks.Dp.azu-- t lJHiGG8,of52y N. Washington St.Delphos, mr ' Favorite Prescription, Ohio, writes: " Having taken and constipation with for a bad case 01 intestinal woman's ills for which 1 was almost unable to do anything, I think I am safe in saying that there are no remedies Prescription and in the world lika Dr. Pkrce's Purifying Lotion Tablet.' I am now enjoying the best of health, and thank Dr. Pierce for his wonderful medicines which havo done me a world of good." 1TM " V. . vs2)1 tfjfrt FARM is necessary. or- Gather all the brush from the chard and burn it . -- ?i Ann.i 1 JL vmfamiffir GAST0R1A mi'j'V'-Tor Infants and Children. When cream appears moldy on the surface it is overripe. (You are safe to buy an old sire, but don't get him very' fat. M& kJ h&R mim Kswi yi-- 3 S'--Q 'tr ) Pa-ont- CASTOR ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. AvgclaWcPrcparalionlcrAs-similaiiitg The Kind You Have Always Bought di.-as- virtually puts it back three years. An orchard neglected for one year a, e w - iIicFoocIaniiRctda I ing (lie Early turkeys are what pay, and these can only be had from early laid All animals need salt. eggs. S tcEiachs aiuLDowels of 1 Rotation is profitable. Be gentle with the cow. Be liberal with fly repellant. A good sow is a valuable asset. The common term a deceptive one. well-ventilate- mis WK ProraofcsDirfeslionJQieerry- ncss andRustContainsneittitr Opium.Morphiae ncrkcraL tJI' " 11 i" - Bears the Signature of w Pf Ti "". v..w ..6 -. . The hog Is a debt payer. i.r u liA-'ftirM-w"wM'ii- I ! AAVAi lw rJ-- j mm Every farm should have a bIIo. A silo built of concrete will serve silage well. Milk and corn meal makes forcing feed for friers. pre- - Plenty of exercise is one very important item for keeping a flock healthy. The use of silage for shee'p feeding purposes has been tried out to a limited extent. There Is no reason why potatoes should not be cultivated with a riding corn cultivator. .r In NOT NARC OTIC. ecipeiif0lidc814Zimam FtnnpiJn UNDERTAKES Our line of Couch (Jackets is unexcelled Hand-madCoffinsfurnished Hearse sent to all parts of the County e "90-da- y corn is JUxSaaa irta" JbcMt$s- - a fine barn is quite as The essential as the warm one. d m$ 'MO1 .trtuVrn JUCurtoaaieim JlrniJW- Cl'jnueaSi A good time to cull' out inferior birds is when the market is up. The finer the soil, the better the vegetables, both in quantity and qual ity. mTZ0MiK&2&r& All Phone orders by Wire Promptly Filled W. A. COX,! 94-S Feed the soil if you "would have the soil feed you, applies forcibly to worn-ou- t lands. Orape vines require frequent shallow cultivation throughout the en- MT. VERNON, KY tire season. e: In setting an orchard stick to the proven varieties. Let some one else do the experimenting. Yesterday Tc.day To-morro- w The thermometer must be used as regularly in the dairy during the summer as during the winter. At this time of the year care should be exercised In housing the pullets that are to be the winter layers. YESTERDAY is but a dream, ouly a vision, but well lived makes every yesterday a dream of happiness and every a vision uf hope. Therefore y not yesterday nor bring your account to TO-DAY to-dato-da- In breaking a colt, remember that It Is an easy matter to overload and ruin him by causing him to balk. a very good feed for cows Bran It is light, palatable and rich In mln eral matter, especially phosphorus. Is THE BAtfK OF MT. VERNON Then our hope is that all your moneys will bring you happiness, and prosperity, and all your reoollectious of yesterday will bring you great satisfacticn and all your dealings and relations with this Bank will bring you great prosperity. C. C. WILLIMS, THE BANK OF MT. VERNON MT.VERNON, KENTUCKY President. W. L- - With fruiting orchards, mineral fei tilizers are often great assistance, bi an excess of nitrogen should be avoid ed. Annual flowers can be hurried alon-bwatering them with a tablespooi ful of nitrate of soda to a pailful c RICHARDS, Cashier. 0. INDIAN KILLED ON TRACK. Near Rochelle, 111., an Indian went to sleep on a railroad track and was killed by the fast express He paid for his carelessness with Oiten its that way bis life. when people neglect conghs and colds. Don't risk your life when prompt use of Dr. King's New Over U. G. Baker's Store. discovery will cute them and so Crown and Bridge Work a specialty. pievent a dangerous throat or All work guaranteed. lung trouble. "It completely cured me, in a short time, of a W. terrible cough that followed a severe attack of Grip", writes J. R. Watts, Floydada, Tex., "and I regained 15 pounds in weight ffi5gsSlJily thar I had lost." Quick, safe, re Mt Vernon, Kyliable and guaranteed 50c, and $1.00. Trial bottle free at Chas. Home and office in the late residence Dr. Myers formerly occupied on Old C. Davis. water. J. P. SBEBIV Dentist ed to bring many old trees into bea: ing; but it need not all be done th( Heroic pruning measures are needec" first year. The theory that one can overfed the growing pullets has been exploded and many a flock has been retarded b. , under feeding. The earlier In the season after th( "June crop" that thinning can be done the better It will be for the tree anc remaining apples. T. FRANCIS, Dentist The most humane method of de horning a cow is to do the work witl a little caustic potash when the horns are Just starting on the calf. When the strawberries are off the vines remove the mulch and cultivate thoroughly to kill off the weeds and put the soil In fine condition. - Main St.,; Mt. Vernon. White C. C. and black spotted hound, yellow on her SATTORNEY-AT-LAaround the head, with collar neck, left my place about June MT. VERNON. KY. 29th. "Liberal reward offered" - On 2nd. floor o1 W. H. Gentry, The Bank of Mt. Vernon , on Church Spiro, Ky. street. Special attention given to collections. Phone No. 80. FVER AT WAR. ARE There are two things everlastingly at war, jov and piles. But Bucklen's Arnica Salve will banish It soon sub UNDERTAKER and EMBALMED piles in auy form. dues the itching, iiritatiou, inflammation or swelling. It gives Greatest comfort, invites joy. & of hums, boil's, ulcers, cuts healer bruises e irna, scalds, pimples, Ouy 25 ceQts at skin en ptio is. Chas. C. avis. Strayed or Stolen: Williams, W, the foundation walls when It is hot and let the air circulate everywhere. From early spring until August sow a few rows of summer lettuce everj two weeks or so, and thus try to provide a continuous supply of good heads. Throw open the windows every night, but tack some cloth of some kind over them to keei out things that have no business it the house. wide-meshe- that they can open them up all arounc Some folks have their houses sr d 3. CMcOLARY Alsike clover Is a perennial be grown on ground that is and moist for the medium mammoth, but it Is grown well on high ground. and can too low red or equally Tajcbn Up: A sandy colored sow, weight about 115 pounds, came tp my place abont six weeks ago, owner can have same by paying all cost aud damage, uly, i9-- 3t W. M. Arnold, Jr. Stanford, Ky. Men who are inexperienced in alfalfa growing should have forced on their attention the important lesson that it pays well to put a little labor on the surface after rembving each crop. For Sale: One new six room house nd lot located on mond street, just outside the corporation. For terms apply to, Rich- In selecting eggs for hatching much care should be used. Select only nice brown, and eggs from healthy stock. Keep them Just cool and incubate them as soon as possible. well-forme'- d good-size- d Hogs should have clean pastures, Aperfect Remedy for Consflp If you want a fine, early yellow beds and water and a variety of food. Hon , Sour Stomach.Dlarrtaa peach, put two or three Triumph trees KMS Worro.ConvnlsioTis.Fevenslt in your next nursery order. Vr CO N The best time to cut post timber of giess andLOSS OF SLEEP-any kind is when the trees are in full Some tell the sex of the guinea fowl leaf. n ft M TacSunilc Signature of by its wattles. Those of the male are double the size of the female. Lice are responsible for more loss , among little turkeys than any other The Centaur Compass-A liberal application of ashes to the cause. NEW YOKK. fc?r. soil where cabbage plants are grown rwi"i ftjei-- 1 Is a preventive of clump root. Avoid a rush by ordering crates, &P boxes, barrels, eto., in ample time for Condiments that stimulate egg pro- shipping. Guaranteed undertfi duction are very much like anything that stimulates a human being. The cleaner the feed and feeding places, the better the quality of the Exact Copy of Wrapper. THCCCNTAUR COMPANY. NtWTOBK CITT. An orchard will live longer, bear pork in all. better and be more profitable by be ing well cultivated and enriched. The greatest element In successful turkey raising Is a long dry &eason Good fruit can be raised only with without any rain. care and attention given to spraying, pruning and generally good care. Turkeys are good for the fields. They can be driven anywhere you wish from -i- ninmnwiniinmnHmiiiiwmimHfflmiiiwniniffitHniK Gooseberries require a cool situa- one field to another. tion, with plenty of air and moistDO. ure, and should be partially shaded. In transplanting plants from pots to open, water them freely the day the before they are It requires of a full PRACTICAL to keep a cow in fair condition UNDERTAKERS before there is any milk production. In making poultry pay much depends upon your ability, your experiFUNERAL DIRECTORS, A blockish built mare with a lars" ence and your aptitude in the work. X- AND barrel on short legs is likely to A chicken's stomach is not made of a better foal than the tall, leggy K3IJSAUIEIIS iron, and the same diet day after day dnd. harms them as much, as it does a huMt. Vernon, Ky. man. Capons are the most profitable par' of the chicken business, Just as steo s Under-sizepullets are not profitare the most profitable part of the eat able. There will be some scrubs detie Industry. veloped in the best of strains. Get g Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of rid of them. Frequently disinfecting the j work for the company. 5 coops and drink and feeH Poultry raisers can learn much by dishes is likely to save lots of trouble Hearse spnt to all points Orders by wire promptly tilled. attending the farmers Institute meetfrom disease. ings held in thalr section of the difManager! It does not require any great ability ferent states. it figures to show that thtre is a Office Mt. Vernon Monumental Kuikling PHONE 112 A good grain mixture for chicks is jreat waste in selling hogs when the up of two parts cracked corn, made ire but half fed out. two parts wheat, two parts Kaffir and Truck crops suffer least from fung one part millet. in seasons that open with a cool sprinf Keep track of the chicks that and end with a very hot summer, witl feather out early. The chances favor rainfall below the average. the birds becoming the most profitRaspberries and blackberries shouli able ones to keep. be mulchtd with straw or litter afte A tablespoonful of baking soda placthey have been shallow cultivated ed in the drinking water two or three or three times In the spring. times a week will prevent bowel trou" I suffered, during girlhood, from womanly weakness," If the onions are not growing well ble in the chickens. a little nitrate of soda or hen manun writes Mrs. Mollie Navy, of Walnut, N. C. "At last, I was It is always a good plan to use plensown broadcast, before or during i n, and had to give up. We had three almost ty of seed In planting cucumbers, canrain, often helps them to fill out. taloupes, melons, etc. The hills may doctors. All the time, I was getting worse. I had bad be thinned out later. f You don't have to take the frost spells, that lasted from 7 to 28 days. In one week, after I the bits these days, but you might gave Cardui a trial, I could eat, sleep, and joke, as well as Give the calf a touch of ake the fire out of your temper am anybody. In 8 weeks, I was well. I had been an invalid .ave much suffering In the horses fly repellant on that spot on the back where the hair parts. The flies like for 5 weary years ! Cardui relieved me, when everything nouths. to feast right there. else failed." Sugar-bee- t growing means mor As the weather gets warmer be sure han the mere profits from growinj. that all brood coops are well venhe beets. It Introduces a higher typ tilated at night, so that the air will be it agriculture and the crops raised II pure and cool within. rotation are better. Poultry "systems" requiring close At this season cows should be dry confinement of the flock and a large .0 as to avoid milking during If you are weak and ailing, think what it would mean, ime and excessfve heat. Pastures arc amount of personal attention are out to you, to recover as quickly as Mrs. Navy did. For more hort, too, and a dry cow can stan.. of place on a "general farm. t better than a good milker. than 50 years, this purely vegetable, tonic remedy, for women, To get the flock as a whole in layhas been used by thousands of weak and ailing sufferers. ing condition in the time required by It pays to whitewash, ventilate and the breed or variety the fowls must be properly light stables; to I)rush and They found it of real value in relieving their aches and curry cows; to use clean and well properly grown from chickhood. pains. Why suffer longer? A remedy that has relieved covered utensils, to cool milk quicklj and helped so many, is ready, at the nearest drug store, for Twenty acres of corn put into a silo and to have a cool place for the mill:. thirty is said to be worth more than use, at once, by you. Try it, today. Cowpeas or soy beans are frequently acres put in the crib. This Is quite an Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept, Chattanooca Medicine Co., Chaltaaooea. Tena.. sown In standing corn at the time ot item, especially when feed Is so high. book. " Home Treatment lor Women." sent free. J 57 for Special Instructions, and the last cultivation or they can be, sown after such Industrious hens are the kind to crops as wheat have been removed in case keep, it matters not what the breed. It is not too late in the season. The lazy hen is unprofitable. It is the Industrious hen that lays the eggs. Those who contemplate starting an alfalfa patch should bear In mind this If any fruits or vegetables are marZ&c&pdgx: one fact, that under ordinary circumketed, see that they are put up in packages. stances no one fkctor will contribute clean, neat and so much to the success of the crop as They will sell quicker and at a better an application of farmyard manure. price. 1 Use For Over Thirty Years sfSSSfSi STORIA jhx. VERNON CMET two-third- s ra-lo- n 2 3 3 pro-iuc- e d g s OUCH NSETALJ COASKETS Coffins and Robes. lien-house- 2 I 3 GEORGE OWENS, iuiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiumiimiiiiiiiiuiiuuimiiimuiiiiiimii. tt Bad Spells bed-ridde- ou-)- new-bor- n TAKE The Wornan'sTonic 11 early-harveste- -- d seoSscSS . ; well-grade- d Edgar Mullins. July 12 4t. Mt. Vernon, Ky. between milking When buying pedigreed stock the in the cool yard where mosquitoes wise buyer will study the pedigree of flies pester the cows and the the man who bred the animal as care- works like perpetual motion, and fully as the animal itself. A good rep- darkened barn, with a row of utation is a valuable asset when sell- cows adding to the heat of ing registered animals. day. toss-u- p It's a out and tall the hot the The pig that can be raised under ordinary conditions and good care, and made to weigh from 250 to 300 pounds quickest, is the most profitable sized hog for the farmer to keep. CHAS. a DAVIS THE DRUGGIST. SAYS That Tennyson or Longfellow could take a worthless" sheet of paper and write a poem on it and make it worth $75.000-tha- ts genius and there are others who can write a few words on a sheet of paper and make it worth 8,000.000 -- that's capital and this ration ot ours can take an ounce and a quartea of gdld and stamp upon it an Eagle-bir- d and make it worth af s money and some of our yoeng-- ladies will buy a hat for $1 25 bnt prefere one that cost $35. -- that's foolishness. I might sign ray name to a ceeque for a $1,000,000, but it wouldn't be worth a dime-tha- t's rouge. But some people will tell you that they can t's serve you as well as Chink nonsense-tr- y me. SaO.-thbufc-tha- THE TRIALS OF A TRAVELER salesman," Mount Vernon Monumental Youngs, E. Berkshire writes E. E. Vt., "and was olten troubled with 1 constipation and indigestion till I of and use Dr. King's New Life began .to have found an exPills which I n Marbles and cellent remedy". For all stomach Granite Monuments of all ltcer or kidney troubles they are Estimates furnished unequaTed. Only 25 cents at Chas. kinds. C. Davis on application. 'I am a traveling Manufact rer to 18 pounds of hay should From be given a horse during the day. This is equivalent to five or six" pounds to ft meal. But it Is not well to give so much at noon or morning, aa they have not the time to eat it, and going to work right away, prevent proper time for dlgMtlon. , IB It is very important that the 'pastures of the dairy cows should be kept free from all weeds or plants which will Impart a bitter or disagreeable taBte to the milk or butter. Ragweeds, especially, should be mown off every time they start up. SEEMED The man who wants White Leg horns has little trouble in buying baby chicks in large quantities, for this special branch of poultry work, the selling of day-olchicks, has been far more highly developed with thl3 breed than with any other, thousands of Legv horn chlck3 being sold where only hundreds of other breeds are sold. d 1 PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weak. A black sow, weight about 1S0 pounds, came to ay placet about six weeks ago. Owner carThave same by paying all damage and cost. , Taken Up: GEO. OWENS Prtopr Pone 112 hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, but I was completely cured by I had spells when I could cznllcf FOR LKE MIDDI.ETON, July 2631. Mt, Vtucs Ky CASTOR FfPTftUFR'S Mt Vlllalt W rn Cry I DR. KING'S, New Discovery jure. u. xi. wox, ooxiet, in. AND A UdC . 60c $1.00 AT ALL BRUSIISTSU I trieu seemed to do ine any good" writes H. Mt Yonnspeters, Editor ot The .Sun, Lake View, Ohio. "The first few doses of Cbatnber-luin'- s Stomach and Liver Tablets gave me surprising r(elief .and the sect nd bottle seemed to give me new stomach and perfectly good health". For sale by Chas. C. Davis. TO GIVE HIM A NEW STOMACH. Taken Up: On July ist. a bay "I suffered intensely after eating hors j about 5 years old, 14 4 hands and no medicine or treatment I high, clear of blemish except Owner those caused by harness. paying reasoncan have same by able charges. P. D. DeBord, July 26-3- t Mt. Vernon, Ky.' Yours truly C . G . D AV I S , Mt. Vernon, Ky. PHOA'E No. '39 r CASTOR! A x&8x$ Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR $&$x&x:t t. rrt. :teate r.iA'i'JMfejya '!- -