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SiiiLV 1. - Established I887 - SS2SJHB3 h wniwMMfc JB- - VT Y"9 IVB- - T Y "V V VT "XJ7 VT "VT V7 VT X 'S V7 fns-L- I; ' V7? .C V7 V VW J mmmttimmmiKjimmmaumummmmKmimmtmtBmmmmmmmrmmmemmmrfMi iw iiTiafcMgwjiirfniTrrn mvrimvrnexsmtmm Fl'-IDAY MiwKnMi MT. VERNON, T7 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., , AUGUST 16, 1912 i au'tji jj DUMBER 46 n Mug. Mt Vemon rair ' l Trot or pace, buggy horses driven to buggy or runabout, purse James Winstad fii..', Johnson second; horse colt i o i5.oo id. C, Trainer, first. Robt. and under three, J. A. Murph Walker second; trotting race, A GREAT SUCCESS the officers. Boys, we have told first, Edgar Doty second; hoise Lady Belfast driven oy Mack you about this boose business; wuu uiai; iyiiss luugiu:, any age M. V. lieiltOll Ot jN1CUO- - nuSu 36th now take what follows. We The 'nitial exhibition of the Mt. driven by W. C. Gromley won see- lasville. first. Dr. G.B. Lawrence Vernon Fair association was pulled surprised at the change second: model horse any asre or .end. and Mary Booth driven by off last week, and the success atin Mt. Vernon in the past twelve sex, Edgar Doty first, Dr. G. B. Robt. Walker, third. Purse $40. Best suckling colt any sex tained, lor surpassed the expecta7 00 uuder six mo. old. combined Rockcastle county plug horse race, 00 months, as it has been that long Lawrence second; tions of the most sanguine. We since wu were there, but there horse any age, Edgar Doty first, 0. L. Lair hist, Jesse Lair second; Best harness mare or geldhad the crowd, notwithstanding certainly is a great change. Mule ing, one and under M. B. Benton second; running and George Rogers third. We had one the rain every day. Where once there was mud holes two 7 00 walker T. E. Parrish first, Roy race William Burdette first. J. W. n tii hPr ttrinas nf hnrses that and rocks knee high, now ihey Norton second. Best combined mare or geldBeasley second; will be shown at any of the county have pikes in their stead, and the ing over two and under RACES SECOND DAY fairs of the state and last but not SADDLE AND three 7 00 3 00 town extends from hill to hill. least the floral hall with over tour HARNESS RINGS Trotting race mile heats, p;;rse Best stallion and four of Some fine dwelling equal to those hundred exhibits, including the mare or gelding any $100.00 Robert Walker first, Mack Saddle We are glad 10 his colts 10 00 5 o found anywhere. different products of the farm, gar- age, Wm. Bullock first Chas. C. Hughes second, W. C. Gormley Best mare and family of three know that our county seat is comden and orchard, hand made artic- Davis second; saddle stallion any third. Running race, pur e so,oo or more colts 7 00 3 00 ing to the front and we wish all les and cbokest articles trom the L. T. Mai cum first, Robt. Walker Best combined harness and age, Chint Lair first, J W. Helwho oppose good roads would take culinary department. Such noted a day off and go and look at tha ton, second; harness mare or second. Mule race C. T. Sigmon, saddlestnlhon lo 00 500 horseman as Mack Hughes. Robt. gelding any age, Chas. C. Davis first, K. J. McKinney second. sample pikes in and around Mt. combined harness and Best Walker, W. U Gormley, G. S. Vernon. We believe he will vote first, Henry Anderson, second; saddle mare or geldRACES THIRD DAY Gott, L. T. Marcum, C. W Cobb, model horse any age or sex, G.B. ing 10 00 5 00 for better roads ever opportunity-liTrot or pace, purse $100,00 W. Edgar Doty M. B. Benton, and gets. We will have to put up Lawrence first, J. W. Helton Best saddle stallion any the Veteran race horse man H. O combined horse any age C. Gormley first. Mack Hughes second; age 10 00 5 00 with our mud road for some time third Trainer, were here With SUCh or sex, G. Bf. JLawrence first, second, Robt. vValker Best harness stallion.. .lo 00 5 co we guess but we hope that it willl iirtrcpc race, purse n: Lariv Belfast. Marv 50,00 L T. C. Davis second; harness Running not be far in-tChas. future until uo Fanciest turnout lady and u ""l""i " Sooth, Lord Arion, Ray Belle and under three, J. Hiatt Fish, first, mare or gelding any age, Robt. Marcum first, Robt Walkersecond. can get better roads and that gentlemen in single or pone, Mrs. lieo. Hiatt; beaten Wade Norton, second; horse mule K. J. Mcui3ny others equally as good. The Walker first M. B. Benton sec- Sweepstakes mule race, double rig biscuit, Miss Charlotte Watson; any 5 00 3 00 bridge that we have been talking age, Jack McMullin first. ond; harness stallion any age Ed- Kinney first, Lon Hansel second. number of high class race and show about so long. Mr. Aby PenBest walk, trot or cantor salfc rising bread, Mrs. Judith Chiut Lair second; best mule any gar Doty of Richmond, first, horses from other counties num stallion 10 00 5 00 nington, who has been in the GovThompson; yeast bread, Mrs. ISKOUHEAU. AH went away bered forty one. age or sex, Tom Mink first, J. H. M. B. Benton of- - Nicholasville Fanciest harness rig... 7 00 3 00 ern mont service for some time Rebecca Cuinmins; glad that they had come and with Thompson second; second; harness horse any age or ' niile neat has returned home. Miss Ethel for all mule race Herbert Painter, who has been Free Preserves .the assurance that they would be sex, Mack Hughes first, Edgar best two in three as many as Ilayse is; visiting relatives .11 It was certainly1 Poach preserves, Mrs. MC, STOCK DEPARTMENT uacK nexi year. Doty second; best colt any age or making his home with his graud five to start s on 3 00 Brodhead and will stay until after ' father, Geo. E. Painter, is with a great suow ot nne siock ana Orawford: i ear nreserv s. Mrs. Best bull calf under one year sex, C. T. Sigmon. Best jersey mare or gelding any the fair. There is a series of his father J. J. Painter in Leb- Best stallion, every one of the 8000 people who d torn: toes B Uv0Sa,. cow, Gus Staverson first, R. old, Franklin AUerson; bull calf sge, consideration speei style meetings going on at the Baptist duriug the three days, anon Junction, and we underMrs John Crawford; second; prettiest dog, serveSf over one year old J. L. Hasty and endurance, as many as church conducted bv Rev. R. A. home away feeling well paid for the p,e presevves, Mrs. Mcll e Miss Rebecca Watson first, and stand that he will make his first, J. M. Norton secoud; bull four to show.. ..15 00 5 00 Barnes, assisted by the Rev. T. C. and money spent. there for the present. C. C. ham; quiucCj preServes, Mrs. any age John Shivel first, J. L, Miss Emily Ball second, Duke. They tire having ti good Howell was at home the first of The officers and directors fell fielle Lair. cherrv preserves, meeting, large crowds and good Y1JJG8TON. LI Hasty second; heifer calf under s amply paid for their efforts in the week, on account of illness of SADDLE CLASS E s Aibright: strawberry one year old Jack Hysinger; heifbehavior. Bill Cummins and J. ingiopmonagooma.r, anu "e preserves annle. irrarje. nlum. er oyer one year Mat Cummins; Best saddle mare or gelding Mrs. Howell, who is improving M. Fours w'l attend the BrodF. G. Payne, the lineman, has that the people would appreciate. a(J ppach jeilieS Mrs. M.U. cow any age. J. F. Lewis first, at present. -- Misses Ethel Hayes head fair from this place. Mrs. any age, M. B. Benton fir.t, J. H OI-t. Dracirlant P.Kso C Flattie otirl . d Nettie Rice, of Livingston. gone to Earlington, Kv. Mrs. Martha Crouch and daughter, pfr Chint Lair second; raaro colt Murphy, second; saddle st.illin a have j secretary E. R. Gentry .viattie Pigg, and Ada Ireland, of P E. Drummonds has returned Lebanon Junction, are visiting" under one year, Tom Lair first, any age, Edgar Doty Hirst, Mack HANDMADE ARTICLES worked hard to make the fafrft T.ichmond. are visiting Miss Mi- - ' from a visit to relatives in Knox- - relatives here. We had the pfcsns- H. Dayidsou second; marecolt Hughes second; saddle h rseany J. Tate, and attending the ville, Tenn. T. tJ. Pennington ure ot meeting Cull MeClure at .great success and they certainly .. 1 . . 1 CsiUeo (jujlt, Mrs E, B Brown; one and under two, Edgar jJoty, p,ge or sex, Edgar Doty first; randa n nrta rtnrpnn con tnfi nnir mr.Pivei.- in -..- .-.. t . ihave every reason to feel proud of eiVomnn-W- r lair. Air. ana.mrs. jxuai. Tr.i hR comfort, Mis. Sofa OXyens; cover- first, W. H.Helton second;, mare Mack Hughes second. Roadster e Sl ol 80OUS Known us, ttheir efforts. what was his next move. He let. Mrs. Kate GrTfun: counter- - colt two years, J. T. Rigsby first, mare or gelding any ago or sox, ley. of Junction City, are the of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. jnington Bros, and now the style aid, kfeep your eye on the Signal. IUM A R DS Pae- - Mrs Grace Watson; blank Dirl Mink second; best mare any Mack Hughes first and second-age- , AW PR E M of the firm w ill be T. J. Pennin:- rirtno- tho ft- The Christian and Presbyterian. Edgar Doty of Richmond roadster stallion Robert Walker et' Mrs' i"H Lair; dnor U8' Mrs CIRQT ton. W. M. Warren is suffering and Brack Durham j Mcllqneham; no I Unl Sunday schools will have a union yarn s ck Mrs fir.st, M. B. Benton of Nicholas- - first, Edgar Doty second; sweep-vill- Owen Cass II are taking their vacation during with a broken hand. Dock Jones picnic next Saturday at the Sam-broG. M. Sigmon; gentlemen's AGRICULTURE second; brood mare and stakes roadster ring, J. C. West the fair Miss Edith Moore, is of the Sand Hill Section, has sold Grove. Mr. and Mrs. DEPARTMENT gloves, Mrs. J. A Hopkins; colt J, M. Cress of Lincoln, first, first, Mack Hughes second the guest of Miranda Tate this his farm to Gabe Marshal, of James Southards, of Henderson, Strait Creek, for $225. Mr. Jones week, and attending the fair. Ky.l are visiting friends and relaE. S. Albright, the Signal man, will move to Level Green. Mr. tives here. Miss Nellie Carter, 0$ was in town. Monday. Morris and Mrs. Jog Omary and children, Lebanon Juuction, is visiting rela Phillips of Wildie, was in town havo returned from Jellico. after tives here this week. Mrs. G. D a week's vis.it with relatives. calling Saturday and Sunday. Cook has been on the sick list Misses Judeth and Lena McCall" The Chicago convention is over but is some better. Sheriff of Maretbung. are attending the and they have declared T.R. the Niceley, of Mt. Vernon, was in our fair and $ye the guests of their wheel horse. They started out city Monday. Mr. O. D. Bryant, sister, Mrs. J. J. Albright this as the Bull Moose party, but now who has b en sick for a few days calliug week, Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Car- have dropped that and are themselves the progressive party". is with home. lolks at Mt. Vernon ter of W'l more, are with his par-pntWell, we will be glad to see some this week, and Mr. I. W. Catlin, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Carter. to represent the of Crb Orchard, is working at Miss Mary Adams of Crab other emblem tho frei8ht house in this pluce.- Orchard, is with home folks 'this oartv. for we have looked at that George Johnson, the shoe log cabin long enough. Y,'ej week. Mr. and Mrs. G.F.Sutt- old that the Taft pan will man' of Mt. Vernon, was hero on of Mt. Vernon, are attending cling to the log cabin. Now Tuesday. Thomas Hornsby, liv the fair here this week. O. V. still Avill begin, for a family ing near town is in a very serious Jarrett and Ingall Baughman are the fun condition and not expected to over from Cooksburg, this week. row is the worst fight that can live long. He has a cancer on nothH L. Willson has returned to he waged a,nd w.a will hear his face. Mrs. R. A. Whitehead his home in Indianapejis, after ing, but politics from now until who has been visiting her aunt, satis-Ue- d spending a. few Bonlth,s. (vith, his after the election. We are of one thing, that the Demo- Mrs. George Pope, has returned sister Mr--- . T. H. Ltkiqs. O. C. to her home in Tennessee. Uncl& sa home from Wjlmott, at- cratic rooster this fall will light George Pope, who has been sick tending the fair Miss Mary on the topmost rail of creation for some time is very feeble at and flap his wings and crow in a for the of the Owens Of Mt. Vernon, is visiting ' Victory for the this writing. S. E. and Bill cousin, Miss Mattye Owens. shrill voice, here left Tuesday for Brod Thomas to his Democratic party." VV, P. Rlgshy returned head fair. Bernard Hagan was? Taylor and Mr. Cash, of Quail, jhorne in Piueville Saturday, after the Sand Hill school in Rowland. Sunday. s with relatives spending a house. Miss Alice Ward visited here. Mrs, Walter Brown, and Miss Annie Walton, Sunday, on little son Joe, were the guests of the Clondvke. Tohn Ouinn hts CEDARVILLE. Big Sale on Clothing for the first few days haye been M . and Mrs. J. F. Watson Satur First Exhibition -- Wheat, C. L. Lair; white corn, Miss Rehecca Cummins; rye, R EI Sh tts: green beans, Mrs. Jalia Francisco; sweet potatoes, W H. OeBord; irish potatoes, Rome Shiplei; Onions, C. T. Sigmoid 'turnips, G M. Signion; tomatoes,.!. S. McClure; beets, C. T. Sigmon; home dried apples, Mrs A. M. Bradley; Cucumbers. Mrs. Bettie Paisons; cabbage, Richard Brannamon; Mango pepper. Mrs. Cash Hiatt; apples, John Grider; peaches, Mrs Mary Cress; pears, H. C. Jones; black ffraDes. J H. Coffev: canteloune. Franklin Allerson; pumpkins, John McKinney; squash, Mrs P. H Shutts; tobacco, T B. Lair broom corn. C T. Sigmon; sugar cane. W. H. Riddle, millet C. T. Sigraou; Timothy, J L. Live ay; clover, Gus Staverson. ladies gloves, Mrs. S. C. Franklin; table cover, Mrs. J. W. silk embroidery, Mrs Watson; cotton embroidery Grace Miss Mae Miller; silk quilt, Mrs W. A. Cox; cotton crochet, Miss Louana Whitehead drawn work. Mrs. J. "W. Mcllqueham; batten-burg- , Mrs Grace Watson, pin cushion, Mrs. J W. Mcllqueham: sofa pillow, Miss Clyde Lair; cut Uowers. Mrs. Jennie Adams; honey comb, Richard Brannaman; butter Mrs Sadie Moore: sweet pickles and best d.splay canned ftuit, Mrs. Rebecca Cummins; cucumber pickles, Mrs. John Crawford. MULES Mare mule under one year. J. M. Cress first, Gus Staverson second; mare mule over one and uuder two, J. B. Livesay; mare CULINARY DEPARTMENT mule two years old and under three, J H. Thompson, of Lin White cake, Miss Clyde Lair; coin fiist ,Wm. Arnold Jr., second marble cake, Mrs. Jane Owens; mare mule any age, J. H. Thompgolden cake, Mrs. Belle Lair: son first; J. M. Cress, second; black cake, Mrs. Tom Hysingor;! horse muleunder one year tld, nnnn rtm mi c . T3lllsfc T n , """-uniqu- e. ,u. u,C..C Chint Lair first, H. C. Jones secchocolate cake, Mrs. Judith ond; horse mule two years and Til- - vn t .r tr r i rst ft Mc-Ilqueha- m; colt one year Jack Hysinger second; hors colt nr vink under one year old . ond; li...se lirst, jesse Livesay s and w RACES First Day PROGRAM Rockcastle Friday, Aug. der -o, wis ily to Mulhns Station to catch a train to leave the country. But our marshal, who is always equal to the occasion, weut to Mullins Co Fairistationandarrestedbim. brou8ht him to Livingston and took him to Association London and turned him over to ! ! X 1 Ma 1 ...:.. -V i- - he j pre-attende- Ap-we- nt que-fim- try-Mr- T- - -- I ri4 v 1 . 1 1 1 -- I rren-gues- ts .nflioi,: o-r,- 0 - 1 e ok , nrran "ifr THE EMPORIUM -!- S- p, . sales-suppos- e, PRICES CUT DEEPER CONTINUED GREATEST SALE RECORD The greater than we ever expected. SEASON Pen-niugt- on CLOTHING the greatest saving ever offered by us or any other store in Mt Vernon. Come and bring your friends. are-buildin- few-day- This is a chance of a life-ii- me and-mean- s day and Sunday. Un up-to-dat- e bakery in our city. Men's FineSuits,Price24.75 Li a Price 20.00 17.50 Sale Price j Sale Price 12,95 Q 2.95 tk kt ki Price Frice Price SalePrice Sale Price Sale Price. 15.00 IO.OO IQ.50 1 11 CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS, DRY GOODS and NOTIONS vwf a Jt 6- - I I J mint - 4 93 ! Rice Walton has a cleaning and Apple drying and canning peachpressing outfit In the room adjoin es is the order of the dav through FLYING MEN FALL iog Dr. Anvyx drug store. Last this part. We have been having victims to stomach, liver and Friday, Marshal Pennington ar- some heavy rains which have been kidney troubles just like other rested R. P. Gentry on a charge needed. Crops are looking fine aud people, with like results in loss of nervousness, of selling whiskey and took him if nothing prevents there will be appetite, backache, headache, and tired, listless, run- toLoedon and turned him over to 20 per cent more corn raised through down feeling. But there's no need tho federal court. Well, the big this part than last year. Irish All potatoes are 90 per cent better this to feel like that as T. D. Peebles. I Mt. Vernon Eair is over. "Six should be well pleased. It seems year than last. Ump Mize was proved Henry, Tenu., bottles of Electric Bitters" he that neither labor nor money was thrown from a mule Wednesday writes, "did more to give me new spared to make it a success. We and dangerously hurt. Urap was good appetitn than strength and all other stomach remedies I used" only got to attend one day and just getting over a cut in the back Its would have been better pleased which his wife cut with a choping So they help everybody. folly to suffer when this great could we have been present the ax. Well, the Mt. Vernon fair is remedy will help you from-th- e three days as we qid not get over and I will say th3t it was the first dose. Trv it Only 50 cents through shaking hands with our best fair I everattended- - The large at Chas. C. Davis. friends that one day. We will crowd, n'ce track, well attended Cull McClure says he can see as say to the rest of the boys that we and evervthing so handand everyfar into a grindstone as the next did not meet, perhaps we will live body so friendly and glad to see one and gives as a reason, for the until the next year, then we can each other. Bill John Whitaker voters scratching their heads so meet you at the Mt. .Vernon fair. bought a yoke of work cattle of Will Reece, who has been Dr. Owens lor 90. Bill John has often of late that they are sprout-bu- ll moose horns, that will be full wanted by the officers of the law a job oflogging on Rockcastle river. grown by November and they will for some time on the charge of Br. Owens has sold his engine be found hooking around for the selling whiskey aud other misde and boihr, and grist mill on E'gle congressional candidate in the meanor, happened to come home creek to Marioa Pitman.9 .. t&. f I Sunday and started, with bis fam-- 1 Qail aectio. Eleventh district. -- & 7 -- M i'-? T gsp11?-'- ' r 'y yr 'pbf 5JS- - MT. VERNON SIGNAL Friday, Aug. i6, 19 12 NOMINATION Name BLANK Published every Friday by GOOD FOR 1,000 VOTES y0z?- 2NOTES ME&DOWBROOK -k EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $1-00 lW(Wl y a FARM P. o List of candidates nov in the at work for the piano gtven away by B. U. Anderson & Son. There should be one hundred or more by next week. The list j s as follows: Name of Contestant No. votes j Lillie Hiatt 6429 Mattie Wilmntt 4384 Mildred Robios 11 17 field Lzzie Gentry Bessie Hamlin Sallie Reynolds Marv Proctor Ktta Ofll Advertising rates made known on DDiTomn'MT rHA r riAuiel trance, will bu presente I upon a application lanificient scale a series of "thrillWELL PLEASED. ing" liee exhibitions. To the good people of our town MEMBER OF 1000 1000 1000 1000 1225 BIRDSELL PLOWS SOLD BY Noe & Davis North Main Street KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION The nomination of Woodrow Willson for President means a new Democracy. It tneaus a new epoch The in American last has brokDemocratic party at en its shackles. It has emancipated itself. It has rehabilitated itself in power and piinciple. It has turned its lace to the rising sun, to reestablish the faith of the American people in their own institutions. Woodrow Willson will be the next president of the United States But he will be more than that. He will be the first president of United States in a generation to go into office owing favors to nobody ex cept the American people and under obligations to nothing except No political the general welfare. boss brought about his nomination. No political machine carried his No coterie candicacy to victory. financiers provided of Wall street the money to finance his campaign. He has no debt to pay to corrupt politics or to corrupt business. He was nominated by the irresistible force of public opinion, and by that alone. He stands before us a free man. The American people have set out to regain p'esession of their government, and Woodrow Willson was nominated for president because he embodies that issue. The bosses and the plutocrats who tried to prevent his nomination were beaten bv the power of the people, and the power that nominated him is the power that will elect him. is said that the crowd will pull off a It Bull Moose big stunt in and county:- We have just completed our undertaking which was a big one that ofputtiue on the "Big Mt. Vernon Pair." I want to say that I am certaiHly thankful for the assistance rendered by all the members of the association, and all, who even wished us well, for it certainly was no one man's job and only through the combined effort of every one that made us rank up in front in the Fair world. I certainly feel proud of our people for giving us the hearty support they did and all I have to say is just keep giving us that kind of support and co operation, and we are compelled to play second fiddle, but to only a very few Fairs in the state of Ky., I know of no other fair in the state of such a short duration that can boast of having as many good horses as we had as every body will tell you. Such horses as, Lord Bourbon, of Madison, Rex- Helton of Nicholasville, and Lady Belfast of Boyle, were seen on our track, something our people never dared to expect of the association. And in our speed rings were seen such as "Lord Arion' of Madison, with a trotting trial of 2:17-a"Mary Maupin"the grand circuit performer with a work of 2:1 land many others, with good speed were well up in each and every race. Mt. Vernon boasts of being the home of the only horse that graduated in the big show rings. Togp the fine stallion belonging to Dr. Lawrence, who was the winner of five ties, and when it eaae time to run, don't for get Mr. Marcum of Monticel-lo- , laughing Bob Walker were all ways at the post with good ones. Some of the prominent horse men with good strings are, FL. M. Walker, Richmond, E. K. Doty, Richmond, H.C. Traynor, Richmond, J. H. Murphy, Stanford, - Wl THERS There was a verv hard rain here Sunday. School is progressing nicely under the tutorship of Miss !Caie Price. Mrs. Green Gabbard Mill remains very sick. Mrs. Marina Mullins. of Cruise, visited her uranddsMightei, ir.Hii Keep the hoe going. Feed the hogs a variety. The best feed Is cheapest Turkeys devour many insects. Separating cold milk means a loss of cream. Minnie Hiatt Ciyde Wni.soli Dollie Johnson Eva Albright Katie Price Lela Albright Lena Albright Gertrude Martin Su&ie Cabel , 1000 1000 2357 1102 1000 4333 3275 5581 1020 1075 1565 1000 1000 I Mrs. Melvin Bar-ne- ti nd Friday until Sunday. Mrs. Elizaeth Gabbard, who has been with her son, Green Gabbard, for quite a while, has returned to Clay couuty. Mr. Press Tincher and wife have been visiting relatives in Jackson county. Mrs. Tom Anderson is with her mother. Mrs. E. Mullins, this week. Mr. and Mrs. John French and children, of McAlister, Oklahoma, are with relatives here now. They have been away from this place seven years. Mrs. Hampton, of Indiana, is with her sister, Mrs. Hensley, of this place. Geo. Roberts, Estill and Forrester Mullins attended church over in Jackson, Sunday. Rev. Hughey Pouder will fill his regular appointment at Red Hill, Sunday. Quite a large crowd attended the Mt. Vernon fair from this place. Sarah A. Mullins and little son. Russell, visited Mrs. Joel English, of Cruise, Sunday. Mrs. Ben Mullins has been with her mother, Mrs. Geo. Parks, the past week. C. C. Mullins will start on a trip to Jackson county this week. Miss Susie Auderson and Maggie Mullins visited their grandmother, Mrs. E. Mullins, from Thursday until Sunday. W. G. Mullins, of Disputanta, will move his family to this place for a while. Herbert and Elisha Anderson have gone to Clintonville to work for a while. Corn crops are very good in this part. Little Miss Mevil Mullins, who has been with her cousins, Miss Martha and Sudie Durham, the past week, has returned to her home on Round stone. off in time. Mary Lear Reca Brooks This season of the year Is trying on Bessie Shivel cows and dairymen. Rilda Chandler stamp your initials on Katie Price Get a die and the cream or milk cans. Paint will rub Ethel Payne tooo 10,52 Pearl Purcell The cow that can hold up well In Annie Mae Sargent milk production in August is a valuMattie Owens able animal. 4715 tobs 6053 1366 Bertha Bustle Selling all the hay and grain raised on the farm is a sure method of selling the farm. Roberta Brown Blaneh Howell mo 2175 1744 1050 From 10 to 50 per cent, of cream Is lost by "setting" milk in panB, say the hllla 'Vlie Ponder Ada Ward experimenters. Harp 3988 1000 1000 1175 1000 With the exception of the plow, the harrow is perhaps the oldest of tillage Instruments. Rosa Brown Dortba Owens .nnie Cass The People Bank effort to accomodate all classes. Our aim is to make tins iu 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 XE MAKE an earnest vlattie Adams as the unily Sutton Less Kaffir corn in the feed weather gets warmer will keep hens drodbead Graded School from getting fat and lazy. rielle Kincer Birdie Johnson Don't fall to divide the buttermilk between Biddy and the pigs. She rel- Florence Harris ishes It as'much as they. All fowls, chicks, ducks and ducklings that are kept In yards shauld have plenty of green food every day. 3518 1207 4897 2925 1340 Uelora Boyd ) lie Brock 6383 1025 Bertha Brown 1000 Bessie Brown 1000 .vlyrtle Shumate 1100 A chicken takes naturally to having Every new subscriber to the turkey Is alfeed handed him, but the ignal gets 1000 votes and everv most until cold weather. 'enwal 500 votes. to drag Don't allow the around all day with her brood, as many chicks succumb through exhaushen-moth- situated. ZZIBANKWITH US U.G. BAKER, President. J.P.E. DRUM.MOND, Vice.-- P F.L.THOMPSONJr., Cashier. CLAUDE C. COX.Ass't. Cash WOULD NOT HURT ANYBODY'S FEELINGS. tion. One advantage In keeping feed always before poultry Is that they do not have to hurry so to get their meals. In building a wire fence for hogs put one barbed wire at the bottom and the worst rooter in the pasture won't root out. One mite on the back of a fellow's neck makes him just about wild. What must It be to have a million "Which do you love beat pussy or your doll?" "Pussy; but don't let dolly hear." THE PEOPLES' Mt. Vernon, BANK Ky. vx$pa&x&& I yixDixx$yafpcx 1 sometime the eleventh district, before the election. They propose to make up a fine train of several coaches and to run it with a full crew of bull moose men, including conductor, porter, flagman, baggageman, fiieman, and engineer, the latter to be H. H. Seavy, their candidate for congress, who has had seven years experience on the L. & N., out of Corbin. Seavy desires that the conductor be a Moose democrat. The band that accompanies the train will also be from a moose herd. This train, will make a trip thus made up, through a gtod portion of the district conducting the original and chief bull moose. Teddy Roosevelt comes to the eleventh, tor the purpose of making a whirlwind, speaking tour on this train. It is claimed that the mountains will be shaken with oratory giving bull moose reason whose revalatious will be heard thr ughont the valleys and over hillt p and mountains. It will sho be wahm times then. Mr. Ben. V. Smith, the Demo cratic candidate, and Mr. H. H. Seavy, the Bull Moose candidate for Congress in the Eleventh, were both in Mt, Vernon last week. Which shall it be is a question we often near propounded. We say the strongest man of the two. The Republicans are sick, tired and ashamed of Caleb Powers They want him beaten, so why shouldn't the Democrats be ready and anxious to grasp anything they offer, to relieve theidistrictof the disgrace. William Hicks, now a member M. B. Benton of Nicholasville, L. T. Marcum, Montecello, Pate of the Fundiug Compan3T of CaliParish, of Lincoln, W. A. Gott, fornia, at Los Angeles, in writing Berea, Mack Hughes, of Danville to his friend Maret, at this place The local horse men Roy Beasley, for whose firm he worked in 1888 Dr. G. B. Liwrence. Wm. Bullock in their furniture factory, at the John Hiltn and Walter Miller. rate or fifty cents per day, after And I as President of the as- discussing old times and other sociation want to extend appre- matters and expressing his desire ciation for association rendered to to be remembered to all Rockcastle E. A. Chilton of London, Ky., friends he adds: "I enclose herein for so ably nursing us in our in- a picture of my new house just completed, in Hyde Park, a suburb fancy. of Los Angeles, which without Chas. C. Davis, doubt is the most pushing city in President. west. I extend. to you and my Kockcastle friends a most hearty GREATEST ATTRACTIONS invitation to stop with me when in OF THE SEASON this locality. There is no need of With the elaborate looking and latch strings here,climate too fine to specially designed posters and litho- require them: my doors are wide graphs of Sun Brothers' Big Shows open to ray Kentucky friends. seen on the local billboards and This residence cost me $35,000 dead walls, announcing their ap- and its a beaut. Built after my, pearance here on September 3rd, o.vn ideas and designs. there are many to revive the old We have made more than two centention that the tented show hundred thousand dollars from our harms a city in what it takes away various undertakings in the past from it. six months. GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER crawling? of There 1b still time to put out a crop roots for cow feed next winter. Rich light soil is the best place for them. Turkeys always find a ready sale and are almost clear profit. There is always a demand. The market la nevNeat, clean crates and boxes help to sell fruit even though it may not be quite up to standard of excellence set by the grower. If the aeaion ti dxy. banl.a few.bar-rel- s of KroWr tb tntfefe IHe planted trees. Don't Mt tbea'sufcrr or weJter during a dr apeA. If hogs are lousy, set a small post, wrapped tight with an olQ. rope, In the ground and soak the rope with coal oil. The hog will do the rest. Overheating la to be avoided by cau tlous working and careful watching of work horses; with shade and water at intervals, is possible. If you use the litter In the house keep it dry and clean. Musty and moldy litter is particularly liable to cause trouble at this season of the year. weigh A TEXAS WONDER.. The Texas Wonder cures kidney er glutted. ind bladder troubles, removing gravel, cure-- diabets, weak and lame backs, rh umatism and all rregularities of the 'kidneys and Regu-ate- s n boty men and women. bladder troubles in chibren. f not sold by your druggist, will esent by mail on receipt of 5i.oo. One small bottle in two nonths treatment, and seldom .iils to perfect a cure. Send for estimonials from his and other tes Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 ive.-ree- t Louis, Mo. Sold by druggist. Brodhead fa&3AU Ky COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robes, Mail, Telegraph or Telephone orders Promptly Filled. t&pC&X&X. pcS&&fr&X$ 30C9eaCDeO J33C 3qpCg3C$ jonas Mckenzie KEEP AN EYE ON THIS SPACE EACH WEEK, where you will always find listed the best of goods, which are sold for a fair margain of profit Goods bought right and soldjjright are the kind of goods that it always pays to buy. Our Motro has always been to give to our customers the kvery best goods possible for the money. Thanking my customers for the patronage in the past and asking a continuance in the future, I am Yours very truly, Vf i. The eleventh district will no doubt see somewarm times between now and November. There is go inR to be a canvas made by the bull moose men and the regulars that will eclipse anything heretofore pulled off in this republican -- , M - ' moose candidate from eleventh district for congress shall be elected; that he will come Teddy says the to the district himself and whoop things up for Seavy. Livingston now has a first class bakery, a much needed institution j - v : f ' -j that our place should have. Tell Edgar Albright, and other loss is more than answered in what hustling young men, they should the show brings, to say nothing of come west and grow up with the the show dollars lelt behind in the country." nature of feed bills, license fees and An ordfnary case of diarrhoea qther forms of paid claims, the can, as a rule, be cured by a single delight bevolume Of fun aud amusementloving dose of Chamberlain's Colic queathed to the element of citizenship brings us in Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. This remedy has no superior for debt to the showman. We despise the cynical growling bowel complaints. For sale by that is provoked by the occasional has. C. Davis. invasion of folks who earn their Mint Marks "Mint Marks" living by exercising their talents of on United States cains placed unmascing the world happier. der the eagle are small capital letThe man who begrudges the pat- ters or initials of the names of riotism is himself a very poor pat- places where the coins are made tern of the virtue that he preaches. and are designated as follows: The Sun Brothers' Shows are makC Charlotte, N. C. C C Carson City, Nev. ing their twentieth annual tour, D. Dablot.ega, Ga Prior to 186 1 and they are bringing this season O New.Orleans, La. the greatest amusement effort of D Denver, Colo.; 1906 and sub their long managerial career. sequently. There is a greater collection of wild The letter "S" is found on some beasts, trained animal novelties coins. The writer (Jtn.) presumes and many star European and s meant for Silver City N. M . American performers. Buy it now. Now is the time The show gives two complete to buy a bottle of Chamberlain's and unabridged, performances daily Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea in fair or rainy weather, 2 and 8 Remedy. It is almost certain to be needed before the summer is p. m. On the morning of show ever. This Temedy has no day and on the exhibitions grounds superior For sale by Chas. C. directly in front of the main en- - Davis. This paper considers that the Plymouth Rocks have been made to seven pounds, dressed, at Thanksgiving time, by judicious feeding for growth and development while on range. Land plaster has a very small per centage of lime; lump limp has the largest percentage and hydrated lim next. Marl is usually a little richer In lime than ground limestone. As the pastures begin to drop off the cattle grow more uneasy. . Look out for the fences. A herd of cattle will destroy more stuff in one night than you can grow in a whole season. Shall we salt stock? A friend saye to feed the salt in the feed and not let them have access to it HIb grounds are that he does not like to eat unaalt ' ed food, and then go into the pantry and eat a lot of salt, and he takes it that the sheep or cow is like him lr this respect. This looks like good logic. Cuts and bruises may be healed one-thirthe time reby the usual treatment by quired applying Chamberlain's Liniment. It is an antiseptic and causes such injuries to heal without maturation This liniment also relieves soreness of the muscles and rheumatic pains. For sale by Chas. C, Davis. in about d ' JONAS McKENZIE, Mt Vernon, Ky; ' CASTORIA rw Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S V ac3fcic1feica p v- 5 "V .Uidi-'s- i W-- J . , -ii-- 'tM &a - j..- 7 MT. VERNON SIGNAL M.T. ' BRNON, KY., Aug. 16, 1912 9 C up "'No. 79" wIien'rpQ y all wqo tto Communl. , J on cnte wllh SIGNAL Louisville MSi A. Nashville R. R. Co. TIME TABLE. 22 24 23 21 ucrtn norm south cSouth 4.46 p m 3:53 a m 11:38 a w 12:19 am Jas. Landrum, Agent. Phona No. 8. Entered at the as stcond-claj- Aft g Vernon, Ky. Postoffice mail matter. PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. J. Tbos. Cherry were fair visitors. Miss Rose VfcCord will return home next Wednesday. Misses Bertha Hicks and Alice Ward, of Livingston, were FAIR visitors. S. W. Davis has been appointed postmaster, at Mystic, Breckeu-ridg- e county. Mrs. Margaret Griffiu of Green Hill, is visiting Tudge J. T. Griffin aud Mrs. S. C. Franklin. Mrs. Casper Adams, of Harrods-bur111. is visiting her parents, Mr. aud Mrs. S. H. Martin. Miss Nell Carter was here from Lebanon Junction during the fair the guest of Miss Ruth Muliins. A. D. Underwood, engineer, was down from Corbin, to see the fair and meet his friends and relatives. James W. Gentry and wife returned to St. Louis, Tuesday after a weeks stay with home folks here. Earnest Thompson has been niade loreman at Sparks Quarry. "Jarhead" will get there alright. Miss Leila M ullins of Paris, was the guest of here cousin, Miss Let'na Lullins here during the non, and two miles further on. FREE ATTRACTION Fair. Just before going to press word A. L. Wilder, of Eubank, came to reached us of the marriage of Mr. MONDAY NIGHT AUG. 18 the lair in his Ford automobile and Walter Miller and Miss Anna Tate, At the Court House in Mt. Verdid some nice driving over the at Brodhead, yesterday afternoon. non, an lecture on Modtrace track. Judge L. W. Bethurum preformed ern Woodmen of America, and. con"Beans' Collier, of Crab Orch- the ceremony. sumption, showing the consumpr ard, has charge of things at station magApples of the Wolf River variety tion germ. (Tuburcle-bacil- li) here while the agent was off to nified several thousand times. which often attain the weight of Louisville. How it operates upon the lung one and half to two pounds, were Jim Gentry is at home for a few in evidedce at our fair They aie tissues. How.it is carried from thf days from St. Louis, with his par- top notchers for baking purposes. sick to the well. How it can be ents Mr. and Mrs Henry U. Gen-ti- y The writer has three trees of this prevented and how the Modern on Richmond St. Woodmen of American cures its kind bearing this jumbo fruit. members afflicted with consumpJ. A. Landrum and son, Chester, Evansville, Ind., Aug. 11. tion. Come one, come all, womWent to Louisville, Wednesday, Claude C. Moore, 29, a traveling en and children should make specgoes to consult a where the latter man, of Cincinnati, and Miss Mary ial effort to see these pictures. specialist on throat troubles. M. McClary, a music teacher, 28, Men miss a treat if they fail to see Blanton, of Harlan, is Miss living at Mt. Vernon, Ky., were them. All will be glad they have Visting the family of Henry Blanmarried here today by the Rev. seen them. Remember it cost ton, near Bromo. She will enter Chatles Miller, pastor of the First nothing to see them. Admitance college aj. Moorehead in September. German M. E. church free and no collection will be Mr, and Mrs. D. F. Myeis, of made. While all who were connected Willi&meburg, were the guests of with the inauguration and successrelatives hate, whjjg attending the BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL Ver-no- u fair. Tbfiy remaned over several ful management of the Mt. fair including stockholders days after the fair. Fall term opens Wednesday, directors, officers and others deSeptember n, 1912. Miss Carrie Thompson gd brothserve credit, it is difficult to give We are glad to announce that ers Charles and Prewjtt were over names of ev ryone rendering aid. from Lancaster, during the fair Roy Beazley's name should appear Miss Dodson will a'gain be in charge of the music department. with Mr. And Mrs. WjlHs McKen-zte- . in the honor list, for bis efforts and The many friends of Miss work done toward establishing our who regret, as we do, that Three of the children of Mrs. first ehibJtiou in fche fair line. she cannot be with us next year, 'tines Robinson, of Ci3ttanooga-- ; Big Blast.- - At Spark s Quarry will be glad to know that the Hi rry, Sarah and Mary, are visiting their aunt, Mrs. S. D. Lewis, at sometjme this afternoon will be domestic science department is to fired the largest blast ever set off hav.e in charge a graduate of the this p'ace. p Ropkcaste. Nine holes 103 same school f rpm which Miss Charley Shepherd, a son of in came, Miss Mary Wauger, feet deep and six inches jn diamater Bingham Shepherd, was 'brown loaded with six thousand pounds of Urbana, Ohio, who comes to us from a mule, l&jBt week, and reof dynamite. This titanic expjo highly recommended for this poceived a bad break of one of the sion will release more than thirty sition. bones of the left arm. All who were jn tpuch with the thousand yards of stone from the Mrs. J, W. Soutfeard, of Sender mountain side, .enough material to school $nd knew of the excellent scb, and Miss Rose Dolan, of load a train nne miles in length, wqrk done by Miss Maxwell, re Louisville, were guests of their requiring fifty of the L.& N.'s giant fl,lize Jihe benefit of lkindergarten sister Mrs. R. A. Welch, this locomotives to move it. The training and. will be glad to Week. They will visit several Sparks Co bore with big augers, or know that the kindergarten will other places before returning to rather drills, and do things We are worth re.open in September. their homes. while when, they go after it and fortunate in securing for this poRev. Geo. S. Watson, the pastor they are continually on the go. sition Miss Sue Gregory Robertof the Presbyterian Church, leaves son, of Louisville, Ky. We hope OwKttS. Died, at the residence today for a three weeks vacation that a large number of little peoher grandfather, ple may be trip. His trip includes Detroit, of Marsh-Owens- , enrolled and that Miss Buffalo, and Fair Haven, N. Y. last Saturday evening, Miss Tame Robertson will receive the coHe expects to spend the greater Owens, aged 18, ot tuberculosis. operation and support of the part ot his vacation with one of his She was the eldest daughter of Will friends and patrons of the school. lriends at Fair Haven, N. Y. on Owens' and leaves a father and After August 15th, vacancies There will be no one brother and que sister. Rev. will be filled from the waiting Lake Ontario. preaching at the Presbyterian A. J. Pike held funeral services and All former students who have list not Church while the pastor is on bis the burial took place at Freedom on raade'definite arrangements to en vacation. Monday at 11 o'clock, when a large ter school should do so before that Misfes Florence Joyes of Louis- concourse of relatives and friends 'date ville, Evelyn Hawley of Louisville, had gathered to witness the last sad We invite all who are consider Anna Sboekency of Pleasureville, rites. One of the touching inci- - fog the question of Helen Stevenson of Fort Thomas, schools for Muriel Rogers of New York, and dents of the funeral was the six girl their daughters to send for our Hoge of Frankfort, schoolmates of the departed one catalogue, and Virginia ask about us if Messrs. Forest Stevenson of Fort who acted as pall bearers. They Brown Memorial School appeal Tfaomas, Joseph and George Hopwere Misses Fannie Sowder, Martha to you as one worthy of your per of Stanford, and John Price of Paris, were members of a jolly house Hilton, Martha McKinney, Mattie patronage. Send for anapplica- party gives by Miss Charlotte uweu, ksmc aapiunney ana janie cation blank and anv or,hr Dillingham. Watson this past week. m&tlaa. It will be gladly given. g, y, illus-trateOs-kamp, Os-kam- There are good Limes in old Big pay Dunham, Corbin; C A . Davis, Ari- Rockcastle. Big crops. rolls at the various crushers and zona; M. O. Miller, Floyd Miller, Colorado; J. W. Gentry. St. Louis; quarries, scattered along the r and the K. P. works at Pine J. E. Houk and daughter Miss Thelma, Jamestown Indiana; T. C Hill, all putting lots of cash in O'Mara and wife, Nashville; Elma I eichleiter, Springfield, Illinois; Uncle Tink Muliins has bought a Luther Muliins and wife, Coroiu; new grindstone. Wore his old one 0. F. Sutton, Kansas; Mr. M. C. out grinding his axe which he uses Williams wife and two sons, Som- in splitting up colossal potatoes erset; Noisv Ge.orge Reynolds. raised this year on a rockv point of Corbin. There was a Jatge num- ground. Seems as though the tubes, ber of others whom th writer which are as large as pumpkins, in (Jm.) failed to meet. searching for room in which to mature grew around and picked up LOCAL numbers of stones as large as a Floral Hall was jammed with the man's fist. This accounts for the dulled axe; hence the new grind choicest exhibits. stone. Fountain Wetmore Rainwater Mrs. L. B. Adams, assisted by is the name of a preacher, living at Mrs. T. W. Brown, entertained with Waterloo. Kv . a Once you wear FISH'S reception and porch dance for visitois of Mt. Vernon. The GUARANTEED CLOTHES you thef visiting guests were Misses Lavinia "will always wear them. McGraw, Junction City, Ky.; EveThe K. P. folks at Pine Hill have lyn Howiey, Louisville; Florence had a telephone installed in one of Joyes, Louisville, Ky.; Anne Shock-enctheir bungalows. The call is 91F. Pleasureville, Ky.; Helen T. Stewart says that that big Stevenson, Ft. Thomas, Ky.: VirL. corn of H. J. Muliins' is not one, ginia Hoge, Frankfort, Ky.; Muriel two, three, compared with some Rogers, New York, N. Y.; Lena McClure, Somerset. Kv.; Richhe has. ardson, Somerset, Ky.: Fan Jones, The vibration from the big blast put off at Sparks Quarry, yester- Mibdlesboro, Ky., and Mr. Forrest day afternoon was fait at Mt. Ver- Steverson, Ft. Thomas, Ky. til-ma- T. L. Metcalf, editor .Corbin Times, was at the fai Friday, accompanied by H. H. Seavy the progressive candidate for congress from the eleventh district. A. H. Basten was over from Lancaster Friday, and took in the fair. He complimented the management on the completeness of arrangements, exhibits and attendance. Will Smith aged 18, sou of James Smith contractor, was accidentally killed at Greenwood, last Saturday. while assisting his father 111 tl e erection of a building. The re mains were hurried at Berea, Sunday. The young man was a nephew of Henry Smith, postmaster at Brush Creek. Among the many .'air vsitos from a distance we vote; Marion awfully hard for the average NEGRO LYNCHED man to keep his yellow streak. Never tot get that it pays to be polite-av- en TAKEN TO NEGRO HEADQUARif you dont mean it Excellent order was maintained at TERS OF TOWN AND RIDDLED WITH BULLETS. the fair Everyone seemed on good behavior. Prison Guards Aro Held Up By ths Lynchers of the Young Col- Our county has fruits and potaored Lad. toes to throw at the birds and then some. Columbus, Ga. It's Whitley county will vote Sept. T. C. McElhenny, ikjro, accused of murdering Ct.ron Land, a 21, on the question ot a $300,000 white boy, was lynched I; a mob of bond issu; fcr road buildiug pur 10 men. ld T. Z. Cotton, alias poses. The address of natives of Rockcastle now living in state of Texas, is desired. Address Mt. Vernon telephone exchange. The lad had been found guilty of manslaughter, and had been sentenced to three years In prison. Ad soon as the light sentence was Imposed the mob organized, and, marching to the' court house, overpowered the guards and carried away the prisoner. The court house was packed during the trial. As soon as court adjourned many of the officials left. When deputies started out with the prisoner on the way to jail they were surrounded and disarmed and held in the court bouse, while a score or more of men took the prisoner out to a street car. On reaching the negro quarter of town the passengers wjere ordered off the car, which then proceeded a few hundred yards. Then the negro was taken off and his body riddled with bullets. The body was left there. INFORMANT TURNS PROSECUTOR. iWBM&ffl&ffl rfcyM3EWJcwE TAYLOR tailoring 1 can stand Aft ZeMi i3?y ll lift ifcr Jkfs the test, so, for this reason you are earnestly Sl Mil if MfcMk invited to compare w Sill 3B8S8l Slil i 111 their qualim wk IP ty and popw I made-to-measu- re Detroit, Mich. Edward Schreiter, former clerk of the council committee, whose confession caused the arrest of 18 aldermen in connection with alleged municipal grafting, from now on will assist in the prosecution of the accused Detroit officials. Prosecuting Attorney Hugh Shepherd made this announcement. "Schreiter is now an attache of the prosecutor's office; you might call him an assistant without pay," said the prosecutor. The statement was made after the arraignment of the 18 aldermen and Schreiter. FIREWORKS EXPLOSION. fir s ular prices with other clothes. So certain are they 7fronnt'nAttui of superiority and of ing you giv- Auburn, N. Y. Six are dead as a result of an explosion of fireworks which were being prepared in thf Italian colony for a celebration in hon or of the Feast of the Assumption, by the congregation of the Church of St. Francis di Assist. TRAIN KILLS FOUR. aonoHaka it llgreitmacje right vejore you ifA this GARMENT WEAR IT. Miiiro absolute satisfaction that they attach this tag to every garment 'J.L.TAYLOR&CCP CUICH042 THE NEW FALL BOOK Is here and we are showing a thousand or more Mattewan, N. Y. Salvator Valk, an Italian, was struck and instantly kill Ed by New York Central Passenger Train No. 106. At the inquest the engineer testified that Valk was the fourth man to be killed since the train left Chicago. CUT AND BRUISED. NEW ALL-WOO- L FABRICS LET US SHOW YOU "We Stand .By Bretton Voods, N. H. Four persons were Injured when an automobile In which they were riding on the State road, between Twin mountain and the Profile house, overturned in attempting to pass another machine. What You Buy 77 CINCINNATI MARKETS Wheat No. 2 red $1.031.06, No. 3 red 951.03, No. 4 red 8595c. Corn No. 2 white 8181VjC, No. 3 white 80(Q)80c, No. 4 white 7779c, No. 2 yellow 8081c, No. 3 yellow 79 80c, No. 4 yellow ear No. 2 mixed 7881c No. 3 mixed 78 78c, No. 4 mixed 7577Hc, yellow ear 78S0c, mixed ear 7679c, white ear 75()78c. Oats No. 2 white No. 3 7577c, Look for the Sign of the Fish Z333iC No. 4 33c, No. 3 mixed ed Hay No. 1 timothy Shorty Hiatt is there with the standard white 334 34c. white 31t33c, No. 2 mixed 32 goods as a fair secretary. 3434c, G. S. Criffin makes an excellent $1818.50,. No. ring master. 2 timothy $1717.25, No. 3 timothy $18.5019, No. 1 clover mixed 16 Premiums awards of the Brod 17, No. 2 clover mixed $14 15, No. 1 clover $1314, No. 2 clover $1011. head fair will appear in our next Cattle Shippers $6.508.25, choice issue. to extra $8.30 8.50; butcher steers, extra $68.25, good to choice $7 Oliver, the high diver, and his 7.90, common to fair $4.256.75; heifdog TJ-left Monday moring for ers, extra $7g7.25, good to choice $6 6.75, common to fair $3.25 5.85; New York. cows, extra ?5.355.75, good to choice $4.505.25, common to fair ?24; The airship made a pretty flight canners $23.25. Bulls Bologna $4.254.75, extra yesterday morning. Two more to day if the weather permits. $4.855, fat bulls ?55.50. Calves Extra $9, fair to good 57 Whitley county wjll vote Sep.76, common and large $48.25. Hogs Generally 10c higher and tember 2ist on question of issuing slow. Heavy hogs $8.558.65, good to $300,000 in bonds for building choice packers and butchers $8.60 8.65, mixed packers $8.508.65, stags roads. $4.256.75, common to choice heavy Yesterday's crowd at the Brodfat sows $6.257.75, extra $7.85, light shippers $8.358.65; pigs (110 lbs and head fair, surpassed anything in Jess) $5.258.30. Sheep Easy and slow. Extra $3.6Q, the past. The crowd was nearly good to choice $33.50, common to double any one day heretofore. fair 91.2502.85. Lost: On the Mt. Vernon Fair kambs Slow and generally 25c lpw: er. Extra $6.?5, good to choice $5.50 grounds a pair of .heavy leather 6.60, common to fair $4 5.25, 'stock saddlebags. One dollar reward for ewes $3.504.25. return to this office or to J. W. no, 3031c. 3132c, No. 4 mix- ANNOUNCEMENT I take this means of announcing to the public that I have just returned from the city where I purchased a car load of high grade FURNITURE which is now on exhibition in my large ware room for inspection I am showing the most up-t- o -da.te and best line of furniture ever brought to town Bed room suits Davenports Couches Dining tables Center tables Chairs Rockers Wardrobes Safes in fact every thing in the furniture line needed to. u 1 GAS EXPLOSION COSTS 17 LIVES. MAKLER. Aug. i6-- 3t. Birmingham, Ala. A pocket of gas exploded in the 15th right entry of the Abernant mines, owned by the Aberrant Coal Co., In Tuscaloosa county, causing the death of 17 negroes. There were about 75 men at work at the time, but the others got out safely. Will Yancey, colored, was at work in the 14th right entry and was overcome by the hot after damp. He managed to get up again and grope his way out. State Mine Inspector Nes-biwas taken to the scene in an auto. From the splendid display of truits, vegetables and grains, at our fair we are convinced that everything can be raised in this' country, that can be produced in any other Kentucky division. furnish and beautify your home Remember we have Carpets Mattings and Rugs; a large and well selected assortment Watch this space each week for prices They will interest you Notice. On account ot my son, Herbert, being unable to handle the ice business on account of his health, I will, as soon as the present car is gone discontinue handling ice. My supply will be exhausted Notice: I will be at the Mt. about the first of next week. Verndn Fair on Thursday Aug. 8, W. A. Cox. to buy aged mules from 3 to 6 years. Anyone haying a good I mule for sale please meet me there !or Infants and Qhfo ea, on that day. J, M. Cress. tt 5. U Cockrell UVINGSTON, KY. CASTOR A M You inf. A. k CASTOHIA ,. Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR" fti Havi Always Bught Bears the " Signature of Subscribe for the SignaU To-da- y I . J:- - . m- - i a-.-s ,1 -- atem''efc t ,."' hsf?- .- t 4 - u r&'irfwyfr' JH jr 4 J -f- csA-' e ,V;T . ? V it&ppv nrmrv mih n ttrti ? the-womood-lorhi- MAY CURE- - PELLAGRA. Tbere are unhappy married lives, but a large percentage of these unhappy bofees are due :o the illness of the vife, raother or daughter. The fieeliagi 01 the pale and wrmklcd fate, hollow nervousness, the befogged mind, the end circled eyes, result most often from those disorders peculiar to women, tor she must naturally have good health. to be happy and or constantly returning pains and Dragging-dowfeelings, hysteria, aches are too great a drain upon a woman's vitality and strength. Dr. Fierce s reguFavorite Prescription restores weak aud sick women to sound health by lating and correcting the local disorders which are generally responsible for the above distressing symptoms. n hoi-aash- CENTER'S OLDEST GRADUATE. I years a3 so lad that lifo was a misery to mc," writes Mrs. B. F. Dick-ove- k, me of UUca. Ohi-- . Route 4. "Tho doctors told yearI would have to bci-rapo this winter I would ever bo better. A al CO to a 1 MilTcred ind tprins 1 was worse than ever Leforc. At each periodwas so bad like for children. I I am the mother cf six one in torment. five months that I knew &omethin must bo done, so I wrote to Ur. It V. suffered. He outlined l'lerre. lolline him iJ nearly a 1 ould how Iletter. I took two bottlera course of treatmpiit which I followed to the Prescription' and one of Golden Medical Discovery andj of 'Favorite fifty-ceand have never suffered much since bottle of Smart-Weed- .' I wish I could tell every suircrinjf woman the world over what a boc Dr. Pierce's mrdirlnos are. There is no use wasting lime and mom doctorau; with anything else or any one else." htr-pite nt Has. Dickoveb. The Mediccl Adviser by R.V. Pierce, M. D., Buffalo N. Y., answer. hosts of delicate questiins about whic every woman, tingle or marricl ought to know. Sent fri stamps to na" wrappin anu mumug uiuy on receipt ol il f C n ' i f S -- Ti fl- - CvlC UNDEBTAKEB Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled Coffinsfurnished Hearse sent to all parts of the County Hand-mad- e - All Phone orders by Wire Promptly Filled W. A. COX,! 94-S MT. VERNON. i KV a: Yesterday To-morro- Tc-da- y w YESTERDAY is but a dream, ouly a vision, but well lived makes every yesterdav a dream of hapa vision uf hope. Therefore piness and every ' not yesterday nor briiif? your account to TO-DAY to-da- y to-da- y THE BAtfK OF MT.' VERNON Then our hope is that all your moneys will bring you happiness, and prosperity, and all your renollectious of vesterday will bring you great satisfaeticn and all your dealings 'and relations with this Bank will bring you great prosperity. C. C. WILLIMS, THE BANK OF MT. VERNON KENTUCKY President. W. L. RICHARDS, Cashier. K INDIAN KILLED ON TRACK. M 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 Often its that way his 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. discovwy will cure them and so Crown and Bridge Work a.specialty. ptevent 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. Watte, Floydada, Tex., "and I regained 15 pounds in weight thar I had lost." Quick, safe, reMt Vernon, Ky- liable and guaranteed 50c. and t. 00. Trial bottle free at Chas. Home and office in the late residence C. Davis. Dr. Myers formerly occupied on Old MainSt.,;Mt. Vernon. Strayed or Stolen: White C. C. and black spotted hound, yellow SATTORNEY-AT-LAaround the head, with collar on her neck, left my place about June MT. VERNON. KY. 29th. "Liberal reward offered" On 2nd. floor o W. H. Gentry, TheBank 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 EMBALMER piles in any form. dues the itching, iiritatiou, in flammation or swelling. It gives Greatest comfort, invites joy. JkaA A iR or hums, boils, ulcers, cuts healer bruises e 'etna, scalds, pimples, Ouly 25 cents at skin en ptlo is. Chas. C. Davis. J. P. GREBN Dentist T. FRANCIS, Dentist Williams, -- 3. CMcCLARY A sandy colored sow, weight about 115 pounds, came to my place abont six weeks ago, owner can have same by paying all cost and damage, W. M. Arnold, Jr. u ly, ig-- 3t Taken Up: Stanford. Kv For Sale: One new six room house and lot located on Richmond street, just outside the corporation. t froolt Worm Seenu to Bowling Green,- - Ky. Judge Robert the Ovher Rodes, Br., has received a letter from ' Dread Disease. Dr. F. W. HInitt, president of Cent.-a-l ' SOMERSET ENCOURAGED OVER. university, Danville, Informing him Bar&ourville, Ky. An Interesting that he was the oldest living graduate ACTION OF RAILROAD COM- r reature of the. investigation in Knox of this noted institution, formerly MISSION. FlWCHkWiv county, the first ot Jta kind to be un known as Center college. Judge Rodcs, dertaken in fKentucky, jvas the infec- - who is 88 years old, was graduated For and Children. If Railroad Company and Citizens Can tion of hookworm In pellagra patienli in September, 1843, in a class of l'j, Pellagra ifffl Not Agree Commissioner Will "disease, and, all of whom are dead. He is the while cases are comparatively rare, father of H. C. Rodes, of Take Hold. Louisville; they have baffled medical skill, and no Robert Rodes, Jr., president of Somerset, Ky. The citizens' com- cure has yet been 5aisSbvered.c' In It's Citizens' National bank, and John tits b. course of the hookworm Investigation Rodes, a lawyer, both of mittee which went from here to this city, and Frankfort to appear before the state a total of 25 cases of pellagra have father-in-laALCOHOL 3 PER crnt of Judge Warner E. Setlallroad commissioners to urge them been found in Eoutheastern Kentucky, tle, of the court of appeals, at FrankAeselau(ePrcparaaonlbrAs-slmilatinto compel the Queen & Crescent Rail- and In each instance the pellagra vic- fort Judge Rodes is ihcFocdanJRegula-tinthe oldest memroad Co. to build a new station at this tims were found to be heavily infect- ber of the Warren county Uic Stomachs aalBowelsof bar. ed with the hookworm parasite. In place, returned very much elated over the success of their trip, and the pros- several Instances, a marked improveP ivfy; Tvii iffjTi m r EXPECTED TO RECOVER. pect for the erection of a new depot ment has been shown by pellagra pa1 soon The commissioners directed the tients after taking the hookworm treatPromotes DigestionjQtKifur Glasgow, Ky. Mina Belle, 8, daughrailroad company to prepare within 30 ment, and some connection may be nessandRestContalnsncitlttr found between the two diseases, which ter of Nat Burks, who lives near Horse days 'a plan of a depot which it be)piurtt.Morphine norJEaeraL lieves adequate for the needs of Som- may lead to a cure for pellagra, which Cave, who was thrown from a buggy WOT NARCOTIC. and seriously Injured a few days since. erset, and also directed the committee has claimed victims all over the state. s from Somerset to prepare a blue print Di4. J. S. Lock, of this city, state sani- Is improving and if no complications and submit to the railroad company. tary inspector, is now working on this arise will recdver. Possibly no child JLcStsaaIf the railroad and citizens can not theory, and will make exhaustive ex- in the state has been followed by a periments. more relentless fate than has little thus agree, the commissioners Mina Belle Burks. At a year old she will meet in Somerset and go f was ,so badly burned that "for a long ' over the ground and compel the com- COUNTY-ROAD- S ISraSutf- TO BE REPAIRED. time her life was despaired of. A year ClanSni jgr . EWS pany to build one according to their ai n "i tny a i suggestions. The railroad company, Whitesburg, Ky.TT-TLexington & aEO a horse mn nver Vior onil Aperfect Remedy for Cousfls by its representatives at the meeting, Eastern Railroad Co., constructing a time her condition was critical. Hon Sour Stomch.Dlarrrjca said the reason it had not built a de l:ne of railroad through this county, 1Yorras,Convu!sionsfeYErisV pot here was because it had not de- will start at once to rebuild such AGAIN ELECTED CITY ASSESSOR. ncssanilLoss or Sleep. cided as yet upon the permanent lo- county, roadways as have been disg Carlisle, Ky. On the fifth ballot Many of the cation of the division headquarters, turbed tyy its work. RcSimik Signature of which were moved from Somerset to roads were used in the construction of John M. Campbell, farmer county clerk Dahvllle about four, years ago, and if the railroad, which was the basis of and present assessor, was tho headquarters should be brought a suit some months ago for $300,000 qlty assessor of Carlisle by the city TllE CEXTAim COJiEAXXi back here it would require a much on account of alleged damage to the council. On the fifth callot the counNEW YORK. larger building than otherwise. roads, which t Dr. J. D. PItzpatrIck, a cil was a tie between Mr. Campbell county judge, refused to sign. The and Albert L. Bell, and Mayor John railroad will spend thousands of dol- H. Frey broke the tie by voting for TWO PERI8H IN CRASH. Mr. Campbell. lars In the rebuilding of the roads. ed undertfc Hand Car Strikes Man on Track and Falls Down EmbrnkmenL ROBBED AT RAILROAD STATION. GOOD' ROADS CONVENTION. Exact Copy of Wrapper. THC CKNTAUR COMPAMT, NIW YOUR CITY. Frankfort, Ky. Notloy Smith was Georgetown, Ky. While Mrs. Geo. Bowling Green, Ky. The Bowling killed, and Tom Clark, Suter Clark and Chinn, of Frankfort, was waiting for a George Mitchell were badly injured, Green Automobile club met and ap- Queen & Crescent' train, her hind pointed a committee composed of when the hand car on which they , satchel was opened and $7.50 in cash w'ere riding ran into John Hocker-smit- Mayor Gils E. Townsend, W. G. Sump-ter- was taken, as waa a round-triticket 8 president of the Business Men's who was asleep on a trestle of to Cincinnati. Men identified by Mis. the Frankfort & Cincinnati railroad, club, and Dr. John H. Blackburn, pres- Chinn as those who robbed her were along the cliff about a mile east of ident of the Auto club, to extend an taken into custody by Officer Quinco invitation to the business men's clubs Frankfort, and was hurled 20 feet to of Louisville and Nashville to hold the Stockwell. the rocks below. Hockersmlth was inGood Roads convention In this city ternally injured by the car and died during LOCAL OPTION ELECTION. the present month. A barbethe following day. The regular pas- cue and burgoo will be given at Besch senger train on the Frankfort & CinBend park. PRACTICAL Somerset. Ky. Judge R. C. Hartar cinnati was 30 minutes late, else it had no sooner refused the petition askwould have hit Hockersmith, and UNDERTAKERS ing for local option election on OctoO'SULLIVAN IS ELECTED. probably would have cut him to ber 1 than the local option people bepieces. FTJNEKAL DIRECTORS, Shelbyville, Ky. At a meeting of gan the circulation of another petition The men on the hand car were memAND in each precinct. They have prepared fc.. fzt&diYZi cpyffiMy X JW bers of the Switzer section crew com- the board of directors of the Shelby these petitions E31BALXERS with much care. These mm .fI.m?mi-ing to Frankfort to cash their month- County Business Men's Association petitions VJ " WJi J a. ' will ask for an election on Mike O'Sullivan was elected president ly pay checks. Another hand car, upon Mt. Vernon, Ky, December 1. which was the crew of another sec- to succeed C. A. Knollenburg, who resigned on account of his removal from tion, was just behind the Switzer car, city. Ernest Vanarsdel succeeded ALLEN COUNTY OIL LEASES. and when the latter went over the the Mr. O'Sullivan as vice president and trestle the men on the second car put May Rothschild was made a director Franklin, Ky. A representative ot on the brakes and stopped. Licened Embalmur will have chai'ge of that line of to fill the vacancy in the board created an eastern oil syndicate now prospect- SZZ The men on the second car signaled by Mr. work for the company. Vanarsdel's proriiotion. O'Sul- ing In Allen county is about to begin S" the passenger train a few minutes livan Is the publisher of the Sentinel taking leases in this county for the after the accident, and it stopped and here. Hearse sent to all points purpose of. sinking wells. Oil is known C Orders by wire promptly tilled. brought the dead and wounded into to exist in the eastern portion of Simpthe city, and they were taken thence son county, but no effort at developManager BOWLING GREEN IS SUED. in automobiles to the King's Daughment has even been made. ters' hospital. E Office Mt. Vernon Monumental Building PHONE Bowling Green, Ky. II. V. and liar All the men live at or near Switzer. Notley Smith is survived by a wife ry Monroe, proprietors of a g.irage, FATHER AND SON INJURED. brought suit against the city of Bowl and one child. ing Green for $880 damages. The Newport, Ky. Frank Gronick, driver plaintiirs claim that the city through for Dairyman AUTO ACCIDENT AT FUNERAL. Schuerman, sustained a its agents saturated the street in front broken leg and other Injuries, and Frankfort, Ky. An automobile car- of thlr plaoe of business with crude Frank, Jr., his son, was which caused their customers tr probably rying a funeral party, comprising Mr. oil, fatally burned when a wagon and Mrs. Clarence Stringfellfiw, Mr go to other garages, and that the oii of malt was overturned. 'The boy was and Mrs. T. B. Bell and Thomas damaged them in going to and from burled under several tons of steaming Strlngfellow, from T'arls to this city, their garage. malt. skidded over a embankment BOND ISSUE IS DENIED. near the forks of Elkhorn, throwing NEW WATER COMPANY. out Mrs. Strlngfellow and Mrs. Bell. "I used to be troubled with a weakness peculiar to Bowling Green, Ky. The Warren They were seriously injured. The women," writes Mrs. Anna Jones, of Kenny, 111. "For Horse Cave, Ky. A new water comethers were badly bruised. The car pountytii9cal court refused to allow the pany nearly a year, I could not walk, without holding my sides. has been organized here, with the was behind an automobile carrying 100.000 school bond Issue for rural following officers : J. O. Redford, presichools because Ben Porter, one of the I tried several different doctors, but I grew worse. Finally the body of the infont of Mr. and Mrs. building commissioners appointed b ident; J. L. Martin, vice president; P. Strlngfellow. our druggist advised Cardui for my complaint I was so 'ounty Judge H. H. Denhardt, does S. Branstetter, secretary and treasurer; directors, P. T. Vaughn, Clarthin, my weight was 115. Now, I weigh 163, and I am 'ot own real estate in his own nanu COLLEGE PROPERTY SOLD. ence Owens, J. L. Martin, J. K. Skagga, is required by law. never sick. I ride horseback as good as ever. I am in W. R. Lyon and W. P. Klrtley. Glasgow, Ky. A deal was closed fine health at 52 years." . here when Liberty association direct- '.CCEIVES STATE APPOINTMENT ed the trustees of Liberty college to POLICE KILLING DOGS. tell that institution to the educational Mt. Sterling, Ky. Former County board of Barren county fer $19,400. ' ttoroey 'Clarence F. Thomas, of tnisr Covington, Ky. In seven days CovThe college grounds and buildings are 'ty, has been appointed by the Ken ington police kiljed 100 dogs, accordamong the most beautiful of any In uoky insurance rating commission tt ing to a report made to Chief Schuler. Southern Kentucky and cost Liberty iVtfstigate certain New York The campaign to r.id the city of dogs association $60,000. Only three years He will retire from the firm was started following the death of Jas. We have thousands of such letters, and more are ago a new addition, was built to the f M?sblt & Thomas, and will remove Tracy, a boy. He succumbed to hyarriving daily. Such earnest testimony from those who ) Frankfort to live. college at a cost of $16,000. The coundrophobia five weeks after he had have tried it, surely proves the great value of this vegetaty board of education will convert the been bitten. college into a high school. ble, tonic medicine, for women. PROMINENT CITIZEN IS DEAD. Cardui relieves women's sufferings, and builds weak TOBACCO BARN IN BURNED, MORGAN VETERAN DEAD. women up to health and strength. If you are a woman Nioholasville, Ky. Robert Duncan 3.(,j lb give it a trial. It should help you, for it has helped a milGlasgow, Ky. A' tobacco barn be Versailles, Ky. Robert J. Hoover, the, dead. Mr. Duncan was one ot wealthiest men here, and is sur- longing to Sam Boles, about two miles lion others. It is made from pure, harmless, herb ingredi70, died of heart disease, after a year'e ents, which actpromptly and surely on the womanly organs. illness. He enliBted under Gen.vAbe vived 'by our children, Mrs. Margaret from town, was destroyed by fire. Mr. Spears, Mrs. M. H. Nave, R. J. Duncan Boles had just finished cutting his It is a good tonic. Try it 1 Your druggist sells Buford, and belonged to Morgan's ind brigade, Col. D. Howard Smith's regi- live Miss Emma Duncan, all of whom meadow and stored the barn full of Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dent. Chattmoon Medicine Co.. ChHinnM x here. hay, and the fire is believed, to have ment His wif and three children surtor Setciat Instructions, tad book. "Home Treatment for Woaiea." seat tree. Jia.,1 started from spontaneous combustion. vive. HOLD SCHOOL OUT OF DOORS. LEAVES CENTRAL FACULTY. PULASKI CHANGES DATES. Bowling Green, Ky. The Whito Oak Danville, Ky. Caldwell Walker, who 8choolhou8e, near Trammell, Allen Somerset, Ky. TJie directors of th wai graduated from Central univer-ult- county, with its contents, was burned. the Wayne county fair have changed in 1910 and assisted Dr. T. L. There was no insurance. The origin the date of their holding their fair Blayney in the modern language de is unknown. The building was a frame from September .3-to. September partment last year, has accepted the structure. The teacher secured deskB This was so as not conposition of principal of the Mt. Ster- and, placing the desks under the trees, flict with the fairs of neighboring went ahead with her school. ling high school. counties. Treatmertt-For NEW STATION Benefit Sufferers-Fro- m CASTORIA Infants little-know- n -- -- B1 g g The Kind You Have Always Sought Bears the Signature V-i- ri 1 rf .W. - w xhem-selve- s Ifv In I he fX 4I Use For Over Thirty Years -- CASTORIA h, p gininiiinHiimmmiiimninwnimmnininiimnnimmnBj! 1 jH, VERNON DjJMBT CD. I 3 W M OUCH METALICCASKETS Coffins and Robes. GEORGE OWENS, 3 s s g 2 5 lit iuiiiiiiiiiUiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiimni 15-fo- Couldn't Walk! TAKE -- LARDUI The Woman'sTomc com-anle- -- it ae y Jp3BBC9e3e8 6 $3D$tt 10-1- 3. TO VOTE ON BOND ISSUE. SUNDAY-SCHOO- L CONVENTION. l CHAS, C. DAVIS THE DRUGGIST SAYS FIRE AT WARSAW. For terms apply to, Edgar Mdllins. i2-4- t. July Mt. Vernon, Ky. Williamsburg, Ky. The fiscal court of Whitley county hBS called an elec tion for September 21 to vote on th question or issuing $300,000 bonds foi the purpose of building roads. WILL MEET AT MT. 8TERLINQ. THE TRIALS OF A TRAVELER Mount Vernon Monumental salesman," "I writes E. E. Youngs, E. Berkshire Vt., "and was often troubled with i constipation and indigestion till I of and began to use Dr. King's New Life 11 Marbles and Pillslwhich I have found an excellent remedv". Forall stomach Granite Monuments of all liver(br kidney troubles they are Estimates furnished nneqnaled. Only 25 cents at Cbas. kinds. on application. C. Davis. am a traveling Warsaw, Ky. Fire here caused a convention wbb loss of $20,000. The Odd" Fellows' hall 'held at Somerset Christian church. and operahouse were destroyed, and a Among the s'peakers were the Rev. grocery store, Clores drug Btore and George A. Joplln, of Louisville, and th'e a livery stable badly damaged. There Rev. A. P. Flnley, of Lexington. waB about J2.000 insurance. .County Sunday-schoo- Mt Sterling, Ky. The Montgomery HIP BROKEN IN FALL. Mahufact rer Mt. Sterling, Ky. The state meet West Point, Ky. Mrs. Eliza Hawkes, Ing of the Woman's Christian Tem West Point, Ky,. C. McLaughlin fa perance union will be held in this cit. 80, fell on a sidewalk and broke her seriously 111, following a stroke of pahip. September National workei it is On account of her advanced age, ralysis. Mr. McLaughlin Is connected feared that she may not recover. with the bank at Irvington. and speakers will be present. 25-2- BANKER IS SERIOUSLY ILL. TAken dp: A black sow, .weight about 1S0 pounds, came to " . GEO. OWENS Propr Pone 112 . six weeks ago. Ownftn have sane by paying all damage and cost. my place about Cbas. C. Daus. A well known Des Moines woman aftar suffering miserable for two days from bowel complaint, wasctired by one dose of Chamberlain's olic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale by Lee Middleton, Bf July 26-3- L Mt. Vernon, Ky Mtr ..... CASTORIA . . Ojnlldrn OR Chamber-luin'- s able charges. Sto'faiach and Liver Tablets ?ave me surprising jelief,an(f the July 26-3- t otThe Sun, NEW STOMACH. Taken Up: On July ist. a bay I suffered intensely after eatinjr horse about 5 years old, 14 hands and no medicine or treatment I bigtt, clear of blemish except tried seemed. to do Hie any good" those caused by harness. Owner writes H- -. M. Yonnepeters, Editor can have same by paying reason"The first few doses of jacci"-u SEEMED TO GIVE HIM A That Tennyson or Longfellow could take a worthless sheet of paper and write a poem on-i- and make it worth S75.00O-tha- t's 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 nation ot ours can take an ounce and a quartea of gold and stamp upon it an Eagle-bir- d and make it worth money and some of our yoeng ladies will buy a hat for $1.25 bnt prefere one that t's cost foolishness. I might sign my 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 serve you as well as Chink t's nousense-tr- y me. t JfcO.-tb- afs $35.-thabut-tha- Lake View, Ohio. P. D. DeBord, Mt. Vernon, Ky. FLETCHER'S G A r& TO-R-I-A- - luuu uwiac i new stomach and perfectly good liealth". For sale by Chas. C. Davis."8"" iU R1(c ujC C . C . D;AV IS, Mt. 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