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ROCKCASTLE e COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY , AUGUST 23, 1912. aruvitiirifKat' ar.vn NUMBhU 47 Mr. and Mrs. Sam McHarge, of the attractive guests of MissEliz-thHiait section, were at High abelb 'Tharp, during fair week. Brud head Graded School opened Miss Ella Dunn of Danville, Bridge last Sunday Dr. O. O. Monday, with Prof T. II Lilnns, was the guest of her cousin. Miss Stone, of Midtllesboro. attended of this place r.s Principal. Prof. Etta Frith, during tlte fair last the fair last week, and from what we have heard there seems to Prank Tueton, of Bowling Green, week. Misses Sadie Catlin and Misses Clyde Watson and Minnie Melsadie Shadrick of Crab Orch- have been other attractions for Gentry Linda ard were the guests of Miss Lena the Doctor. Miss Amy Proctor Benton, as teachers. Mrs.Millers-burg- , and son John, of ot' Mt. Vernon, was the guest of Albright last week. Miss Eila were in town the first of the Carson of Mt. Vernon and Hay Miss Mary Procor last wpek. Wallin was in Mrs. Emma Capps, of Lebanon week.--Hom- er Hunt of ManUbur'. were with town Wednesday. Miss Minnie Alls MissUyde Watson during the J UIICUO"' ana Alr-aiAlbiisflit, of Rowland, were Hiatt is ou the sick list. Miss Myrtle Murray was. erl ,, fmm the guest of Mrs Bettie Brown Willie Benton was visiting Miss iUOV tl&, MF X1UUX W4U.V VlUMUiU loci .tiWillmott during the week the guest of her aunt, Mrs. W. J. during the fair. Joe Carter was MattieAngie Miss Hunt of Maretburg, Mr. and Mrs. L B. in Shelbyville. last week. Now Owens. was with Miss Rilda Chandler a Hilton and Misses Eihl and John who would have thought that Joe few das last week. Bane Carson Eva Hilton of Stanford, were the would have missed the fair Roy has returned to Tellico Plains, guests of Mrs. J. R. Cass. Miss Beasley, of Mt. Vernon, received very painful injury the second Tennessee, after spending a week Lizzie Holmes of Stanford, was a here during the fair. E. J. dav of the fair. He was on the with his parents. Misses ElizaHamm of New Hope, was with track showing Dr. G B. Law beth Storm and Ada Dell Stapills parents here last week. Miss rence'sfine horse, whpn a negio leton, left Wednesday to spend a Ada Dell Stapleton of Dunedin entered the ring with Carroll week with relatives and friends in Florida is the attractive guest of Bailey's horse, and as the horse Somerset. Walter Robins was in Wednesday. Mr. passed Mr. Beasley, it kicked Mt. Vernon cousin, Miss Elizabeth Storm. and Mrs. V. J. Owens are rejoie Miss Luana Whitehead of Mt. him, but luckily was so close to Vernon, was the guest of her him that he was not seriously ing over the arrival of a twelve pound baby girl. Joe Riddle of cousin, Mrs. J. J. Albright last hurt. On last Friday, the last week. Mr. and Mrs. C. S Lyons day of the fair, and the last ring, Walnut Grove, was visiting his of Junction City, attended the the mule race, one of the Norton cousin Miss Mattie Owens, a few fair here. Miss Elizabeth Ver- boys was thrown from his mule, davs h"st week. A number are million has returned to her home and seriously injured, ne was attending Court at Mt. Vernon, in Danville, after spending a few attended by Dr W. E. G ravel v, from here this week A. M. pleasant weeks with her cousin, and we are glad to say that he is Hiatt was in Louisville,- Wednesday and Thursday on business. Miss Elizabeth Tharp Charlie greatly improved at this writing, W- R- Harris of East Bernstadt, Misses Etta Sowder and Dollie Fogle of Louisville, attended the is here this week. C. A. Wheel- fair here last week. Miss Sallie Owens, are visiting Mrs. Robert don left for Louisville Wednesday Pigg and her brother John of Kelley, in Danville, this wejlc. London, were with their cousins, Mr. Phillip Roberts, an old and where he accepts a traveling po- Miss Ada and Prank Ward, part respected citizen of the Hiatt tec- - sitioa with Stratton & Terstegge of last week. Willie Yadon was tion, died suddenly at his home Go. down from Livingston a few clays last Wednesday. He was in town PLYING MEN FALL last week. Messrs John and Log the day before looking as well-aR T Klankonchi'rt nf VCtiniS to stomach, liver and - uituv.u.jiiiiji j an Storm of Keavy, have been noiiol troubles iust like other Preachersville, a representative kidney with with their father, I R. Storm for people, like Results. in loss of a few days. Henry Brooks, Clar- of the Interior Journal, was here aDDetjte. backache. nervonsnP ence Roberts and Charlie Soard, last week in interest of his paper, headache, and tired, listless, run-M- r. Blankenship is a regular at- - down feeling. But there'sno need were down from Wasiota, and at tendant of the B rod head fair, and to feel like that as T. D Peebles, tended the last day o! the fair. Tenn., proved "Six Mr.and Mts. F. L Durham of a first clas booster. Mr. andjHenrv. Bitters" he and!hot.tles !,.?lectrk; Mt. Vernon, were with homefolks Mrs. Alson Tharp and Mr. new writes, "did more to last week. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Mrs.S.J.1atum,ofRileys,were ' strength and goocf apbpetitn tban "W Evans of Lyons, were the the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. all other stomach remedies I used" Its guests of Mrs. John E. Evans & Tharp last week, th.ey also at- - So they help everybody. fol,y to suffer when tbjs great tended the great Brodhfiad fair. jfew days last week George S remedy will help you from the MJcaoc rrmiD t iT..e llllll pfi,I xr III 1I.UIUJ 1J 1 IfllO n,i llDurham was at home Sunday. ".. Guy, were first dose, Trv it. OnlyT50 cents Cullum, of Junction at Chas. c. Pavip Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Smith, and ltou-fair.-Miss ROCKCASTLE COUNTY FTR I UUUATiiSil hUtJLJ 'i Vi f n.i,0i I -- - s - B I I !. ) SK1BT5 Silk UNDERSKIRTS Cambric Gingham AND Weatherbloom Underskirts PRICE BLACKS and Fancy Colors PKIOES 5oc T O ;.' $2.50 TO 0 $2.00 $4-5- in FALL SKIRTS (as usual we show all the new things first). Big line of SERGES and PANAMA SHIRTS; all sizes and all prices. .. We are showing the new styles WHEN LOOKING GOOD SHOES Look for the Walk 7 Over Sign FOR IttpKttMftPWQIN-- . Leading 0 Sutton & McBee Drv-frnMc 7 VVWWk, o4 r4.Ui w.iv. iiiig c. ot The seventeenth anr: .1 xhib tion, of the Rockcasi,.' Cent' ?L-Pair association, pulled oT'it E:oi. King second; best black grapes, .. W. L. King first, same second; head last week, was .ii .! prtat ?3Z4&ZCmXGV' est success, in the history of tl e best white grapes, V. L. King The crowd for the first, same second; best watermelon association. ao. &'ibsg z.z'&kthree days was a third more than S D; Carpenter first. D. R. JJelch-e- r ,.Tjf second; best musk melon,- - Lita ever passed through the gates, during any three days exhibition. Mays first, M. A. Stevens second; Secretary, A M. Hiatt, has cer-- best cantaloupe, M. A. Stevens fchf'rh. taiuly worked and he worked hard first, Lita Mays second; best pump3r!T --,''' kin, W. B. Napier first, Laura Herto accomplish this, and his iriends When they're apt to rejoice that he was not disap- rin second; best display of fruits, get up close, sEp m a pointed in his effort. Besides the Mav Rrannaman first John Lair usual number of Jiberalpremiums second; best tobacco, John Lair U,fEDI Scallcrload Sftttt and ,make your ckoke bore there were a number of good at-- 1 first T. B. Lair second; best broom gun good in brush or thicket. tractions which proved splendid 'corn, C. T. Sigman first, Lizzie Sigman second: best sugar cane, S. drawing cards f Mr. Hiatt Arrow and Nitro Club steel lined Payne first; best millet, C. T. scaUerload shot shells open up your pattern so evenly that us thatthaassociairon will T. your bird can neither get too much nor too little. likely sell their present grounds Sigman first Lillie Sigman second; best timoThy, F. F. Robbins first. A special system of wadding gives at 25 yds. a spread eoual and buy a more desireable locaHenry Hysinger second; best cloto that of a standard shell at 40 yds. and with greater tion, closer to town just on th penstration. ver, Staverson first, Henry HysingEast side of the River, which The steel lining gives the speed plus perfect pattern. be-- t alfalfa W. L. King matter will be decided at an early er second; Get a box Your local dealer has them. Try them on a paper target with your old duck gun. meeting of the board of directors. first, same second. CAKES Remington Arms -- Union Metallic Cartridge Co. Secretary Hiatt also requests us 299 Broadway New York City ,3 Best black cake, Bettie King to announce that the Eighteenth annual exhibition will take place second: best white cake, P. B. in Brodhead the third week in Thompson first, Clyde Lair second; Following is the best chocolate cake. Lizzie Owens August, f&i3. premium for the three first, M. S. Durham second; bect House oe Store of cocoanut cake, M. S. Durham first It is not so apt to burn. days: Repairs cost leCooler in summer. Best peck wheat, R. L. Smith, May Johnson., second; best peach Insurance costs less. Painting co.sTs less. Warmer in winter. Doe.- - not depreciate in valm?. first; C. L. Lair, second; besl 12 pie, W. T. DeBord second; best Your property is always worth mor ears white corn, Z. Emrick, sec-- " corn muffins, Mary Lair first, W. Costs very 1 ';'e n.ore than fr?ie building when von bwiifl with tha WIN HESTER GRAN.Ti: Ask us for prices. ondj'best peck green beans, Mary F. DeBord second; best dozen bisProctor first, Laura Hei"rin second; cuit, Mrs. J. H. Barnett secou ; best peck sweet potatoes, Annie best salt rising bread, Mary CarShumate first, Nannie Brown sec ter first, M. S. Durham second; ifish potatoes best yeast rising bread, Lizzie ond; best peckMaude Brown first, Amanda Tur Owens first, Mrs. Jchn Crawford uer second; best peck onions," Fan- second; best peach preserves. W.T. nie Sigman first, Laura Herrin DeBord first, Lizzie Owens second; second; best peclc turnips, G. M. best pear preserves, Myrtle ShuSigman second; best tomatoes. mate first, Mattie Brown second: Dave Herrin first, S. D. Cat pen best cherry preserves, Annie Shuter second ; bes he'ts,.U T. S g mate first, 0. M. Hiatt second; mon first J.J. Smith second; best best display jellies, Xiizzie Owens dried apples, S. E. Bradley first, first, M. C. Tyree second; best disSteve Brown second; best cucum- play fruits, Lizzie first, Mrs. John bers, Henry Hysinger first, Bettie Crawford second; nicest apple jelly w Parsons second; nest cabbage, J. J. Mrs. J. H. Barnett first, Mrs. W. Works at Manacturers of Elrla;, Sand ard Uitnc. Smith first. H S. Brannamau sec- C. Hopkins second; nicest .grape 'RUDLEY.-KY- . same second; best display vegetables, John jelly, Lizzie Owens-first- , WINCIIKSTEU. KY. B. Saylor first,' Bettie Parsons sec- - ond; nicest pear jelly, M. C. Tyree Shumate- - second; first, - Myrtle blackberry jelly, Bettie Garnicest ter first, Joan Cash second. MISCELLANEOUS si Svirri Comb honey, H. S. Brannaman You've Got !o Acknowledge It first,Ella Bhnkenship second; sorg hum, S. E. Williams hrst, G. M. by Sigmon second; sweet pickles,' Lizzie Owens first, H. S. Brannaman second; display canned fruit' Nio-h- t Lizzie Owens first. H S. Branna-seconblackberry wine, Henry g Hysinger first, J. B. Ltvesay sec&HHi& 2 o J b aJ? team S ond; best apple vinegar, John Lair JHjT.'M first, T. B. Lair second; cucumber 1o pickles, Henry Hysinger first, Mrs. j. H Barnett second; best display IN RAINY Oil FAIR WEATHER, without m cut flowers,. Mrs. J. T. Adams first, i Mis. J. M. Moore second; naming 2-v Six most troublesome weeds, Ella t rlJZL&i $&:! tiJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJfCBL,'!IIIIV3B'l &J&?tft&&:&ZJ Roberts first. E. M. Bowman sec &..32MJX' ond; calico quilt, W. H. Owens first, Laura Herrin second; countA rS'iiX l'--. t f. erpane, H. L. Tharpe first, same second, embroidery shirt waist, Mrs. Alex Tribble first, Ella Dunn second; kitchen apron, Mrs. Alex, fribble, second; infants tabot, Ollie Cass second; cotton embroidery, IN 'THE NEW I TkS v."3? Ella Dunn first, same second; silk v. embroidery, Mrs. J. T. Adams first. Susie Ball second; pair pillow cases, Mrs. Alex Tribble first, .. Are. Beady. For V'our. Clyde Lair second; embroidered sof pillow", Mrs. Alex. Tribble '.' Inspection . first, Clyde Lair second; nicest braiding, Clyde Lair first Mrs eser Hilton second; nicest cross Get ? Your' Hat From Us sjitcb, Mrs. A lex Tribble first, Ella and Get the Best J'n Town Dunn second, nicest drawn work, HelenS. Sayers first, Fannie How-ar- d second; embroidered towels, Mrs. Alex Tribble first, Ella Dunn second; infants crochet sox, Mrs. nicest tatt f G. M. Sigman second; uunn hrst, Mrs. J. M. ing, blla Moore second; infants bib, Mrs. C. V C. Howell second; laundry bag, Mrs. Alex Tribble second; prettiest ' boy or girl baby under i2 months i- c Wild Beast Kxhibit. Blue Ribboned Horse Fair,' old, Mrs. Geo. A. Smith first, Mrs. Great Latter Day Va"deil!e Jutilee. Collosal Garnival of Novelties R. W. Shroder second; There and Eunpean 'Ciiiined Animal Exposition n were 15 entries in this ring and i For nearly a Quarter of a Century a Tt n ed Pxnibition, the favorite of all tho !m PI n J r 111 Besl officials, clergy, press anil this whote :i.uu.enieut Jjoinjj public. I5ccausc of Ua each deserved a blue tie. 1 at t ani combined saddle or harnes mare or newness, at all times. Its jrcat purity, cleanliness anil the able anil honorable gelding shown under saddle and in mannertof its maiiafjement. 2 and 8 p.m. Doors open out- hour earlier. Big Perfonnances Daily, harnes, (Rockcastle county) W.H. 2 Prof. John Shelly s Musical at MajccLcs '21 soloist will appear preceding the Helton first, W. H. Anderson sec- regular pciiormance, reuut:rin;t uit;u-i.- i ja iiiiinvai. II ond; best running walker, (Rock 1I county) C. L. Lair castle On the Show Ground.,, every day at i. ; XJ p.m. will he offered a series of extra- ore WKWHKi&SrmQfr Allen Hiatt second; best team,, re ordinary free exhibitions. Absjolutolj the yroatest free dlsplavs ever prcserited, FA'j. TO SEE THEH. BE THERE hN A.MPJe TIML gardless of, r sex or ownership, to the pubac. PONT (Continued on 2nd page.) Keep Posted as to the exact Day & D ate. Coming 5 ond; besl and lar8est apples. Mrs. Mahala Brown first, H. C Jones second; best peaches, J. J. DeBord first, Martha DeBord second; best 12 pears, J. J. DeBord first, W. L. f r the KUiUItOU ' ii WV-E-- K jSJt: Load ,. ! 1 vTZJ mmt. iftSrP ' es y. BUILD Your BRICK - B. WINCHESTER GRANITE BRICK CO. " THE One Big nr i T COMING HERE Da,y SPECIAL TRAIN & d; Afternoon S3 W WrIlW! 4 NATIONAL HATS .lMZ mJT Wm skF&k&U vim JT-si v-JL- s fma mnrZfe, ' x FALL STYLES Jhc Sun Brothers' . k- - Ml 1 .yST T Worlds Tran-Pacifa- Progressive Shows - 4 a mu.-in.- n fi-- st riSSS! FBBR F&5S 1, 4 4 .w Sur, &A- - - 'K jjy K y .K?$Z : aaagggapafe.jB.ww6f ' 7 mmmww9 r"ji. .j -- -; 5f22 MT. VERNCfN SIGNAL Friday, Aug; 23, 1912 r NOMINATION . t A?. ur- - ..A.. TOBACCO GROWERS TO MEET. fc ". - , List of candidates now in the iiliMI BLAN Start Published every Friday by GOOD FOR 1,000 VOTES field at work for the piano given Movement to Fix a Price For a vay by B. U. Anderson & Won. Thl Year's Oop. There should be one EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, DESCRIPTION ONE YEAR Name P. O e $1.00 Lexington, Kyi A number of tobacco growers at ?Owlngaville resolved that there is failure at the selling end of the business from lack of of the producers and they decided to ask plL persons who are Interested movement to making in a a paying price for the 1912 crop of tobacco to meet in Lexington, August 28. or more by next week. is as follows: Name of Contestant Lillie Hiatt Mattie Wilmott Mildred Robins Lizzie Gentry BeSMe hundred The Iim votes 6934 4484 1117 1555 No r 1 Pleasureville. The Shelby county COLTS association of the"Bapti6t church, with Best mare mule colt under six twenty-Bevechurches represented months, M. H. Johnson first, T. M. and with prominent minlsters.and layCress second: best horse mule colt men from different parts of the state, Among thu was in session hers. iw tier,six months, George Rogers prominent ministers here were the first, J. M. Cress hecond; best mare Rev. Ceorge D. Eager, Louisville; the & burse mule under six mouths, Rev! W. D. Powell, Louisville; the Lexington; the Rev. M. H. Johnson first. J. M. Cress Rev. J. W. Porter, j. N. Prestridge, Louisville, and ArorSeptemper 28, 1912. 0ar.plan second; best mule over one and thur Yager, president of Georgetown first, College. Jisit'K) ask'fthe executive board of tinder two, J. B. Livesay tag; Koctcastie Association, to call Chas. Burton second; best mule WHITE SNAKE IS KILLED. . meeting .in Sep- - i.ver two and under three, B. W. John CASHiN.-- blind newsboy, first, J. H. Thompson secCarlisle, Ky. A white snake, the of Atlanta, Ga hopes to regain lemer-fQ- r Brodhead and we can Gaines be;t pair mules over four and first one ever seen here, has been killed his eyesight when the doctors gatiih rough with ""our work as a ond; by James Delaney, near Headquarters, j. 1 transfer the cornea of eyes of Rob- boards on.: Saturday and Saturday under 7, J. T. Mink first, R. L. this county, and'.ls now at the underert L. Clay, who is condemned to be uighl of the 28th. And on Sun Landlord secoud; best pair mules taking establishment of Mathers, hanged at an early date for the day the 2Qth'.Twuwish to invite all any age, Garneld Howard iirst, Potts & Co. here. The f make is enow feet long. white and two and murder ol his wie. The operation denoiifiations of christians, and all J. H. Thompson second. It was seen near Headquarters one year ago, when an effort was made to SPECIAL RING will be performed immediately after our friends in Rockcastle and escaped, the execution. Noted eye specialMost graceful lady horseback kill it, but it Delaney. to be killed this counties to come and spend year "by Mr. It Is attracting ists have faith irf the suffers (Jjf tlfc he dayvwith us in the fairgrounds Tider, Myrtle Shumate first, Mary much atention here. 'X undertaking. t In Brodhead. And we will have Lair second. NATIONAL REUNION OF FAMILY. at we call a basket-dinneon the SADDLE CLASS Gov. Marshall was notifi&Fat And .Danville, Ky. The second national Best mare or gelding one year Indianaoolis oil the 20th. of his ground. At J we ask all, who can . - i.tr-; rconvenienuyau so.o ormg a gooall and under two, Willie Rogers first, biennial reunion of the Vandivler nomination as vice present on iW family was held at Graham Springs, reiresnmems, so an may yV. H. Helton second; best mare or ten miles, from this city, and was atin bUW Democratic ticket. a brief speech, accepting the nomi- De supplied. We will have a num gelding two years aud under three, tended by more than 200 descendants and Mrs. nation and pledging himself for the ber of preachers present and will Wesley Holtzclaw first, Emmet of Mr. were fifty-fiv- Peter Vandiver. present from sermon preached Parkerson secoud. Baltimore platform. He takes the have a Franklin county, Ind., which was the We want to largest number from any one county. middle of the road in great issues at ten o'clock a.m DRAFT CLASS spend-thday,in eating and drinkPeter Vandiver and his wife came to he? is opjjSi$d t'Gr ec and declares Best mare or gelding any age, J. America from Holland in the early treme action or public: ijuestions. ingpreaching and singing So we B.Wade first, Sylvester Moore sec- pioneer days. '.'v!!l.y oqrdiallv invite all our friends and j the watch in- we hope that will take in every ond; best pair mares or gelding's, S. C Franklin, RUN OVER'BY WAGON. spector, is Rokcast&W original body (for we hope we have uo ene- - J. L. Philips first J. M. Cress sec Hodgenvllle, Ky, Everett Woods, 9. Bull moose fnjLthe nth district j ra;eS) t0 gme.and spend the day ond. was hurt fatally when a heavily-loadecongressional race. He is sport with Ub and enjoy this MODEL CLASS in express wagon of E. S. Rerrill, of ing a full set of antlers which has anticipation of that re union in Best stallion, mare or gelding ran over his breast, crushing him grown through.-hihead covering! heaven, where we all hope to meet any age, E. B. Lane first, G. B. The. accident occurred at the entrance to the fair grounds. The boy is the On one prong Appears Willsou anl pur fathers,, mothers, brothers.aud Lawrence second. son of Will Woods, a prominent conMarshal's colors, on the other'gfsters, in that home our Saviour is tractor. The boy ."was trying to climb SADDLE CLASS on the wagon when the accident Seavy is in evidence. preparing for us. on conditions we Best running walker, J. C. Bailv '. are prepared to loin that company. first, W L. Sloan second. On Bull moose campaign literal Tl V "aVe ,assurance from many m NEW FILTERING PLANT. 1 f tt . &'-- ' . -- w, .-- u,. djfferent. parts that they will be SWEEPSTAKE ROADSTER Seavy Progressive candidate for RING Somerset, Ky. The United Water, with us.- - Respectfully, A.fT. Pike. congress, dressed in his overall Best double team regardless of Light & NTractlen company, of this soon install a working clothes, as he appears WITHERS sex or owneisbip, J. T. Rigsby city, will the waterworks. new filtering Mr. Emden, plant for when ond; ty,lpush;ng a loconEL-- i first, P. E. Parish second. engineer for the Iddle West Utilities 'There was another very hard company,- - will be litre Monday to subtive through tne mountains. ' rain fall kere Tuesday. Messrs. , RACE; mit plans and specWratlons to the city lv Victor Price, BobMullins and Em-me- tt Best free for all mule race, C. T. council. Signa$ will be twenty-fivThe Anderson, Mihses. Katie Price, Sigman first, J. W. Norton secyears old on September 27th, hav HOR8E KICKS FARMER. JSaUie, Adand Lillie Mullins, Pearl ond. ing been established during thatv A nurcmn nrA n DU ..ic-!- . oil FRIDAY Glasgow, Ky. Robert Williams, a month in the.year 1887, by James-t- . young farmer of the Blue Mr-- ana Mrs- - JeI English, ot i1 Best suckling colt, any sexun-- . Maret and J..E, and was Spring section,, was Injured seriously A11. v O .M.t WUVfc 0 der six months h0 SnMirn.v. old, J. C. Baily when one of hjs horses kicked him'in printed 011 an army press on which boat ride In Rock- - first, Phil B. Thompson; best har- the face and breast. He was knocked was used castleiriv'ef, and on retufning home ness mare unconscious, und had he not been or gelding, one rescued .from under the horse's feet Mte.veveuing ' '.Missss Victoria. lu this issue will be lound ll Ktl'VJ- -two, Oscar Bliss first, Willie . . . rf.Vfteavy, of Co )ora and Nettie Mullins all came Rogeis second; best cobiued mare he would have been killed. card of Mr. BOY KILLED BY TRAIN. bin, who is tie candidate of the and spent Saturday nigbt.and Sun- or gelding ovei two and under Congress day with them, and also Messrs. three, W. L. Sloan first, J. T. Progressive JgaWy-wfASomerset, Ky. William Smith, 17, m$etCX)tto and Fred Mullins Rigsby second; best mare and was killed at Greefrwood by a northfrnm llip. KlpvJnth DistriRt. were, visitors Saturday night and family HtifW,iyML,ii ftf-f- r of three or more colts, J. H. bound passenger train. He was a flagman, and it is not known how he came The Ohio man who says he has Snnday. There has been a Thompson first, Jack Hysinger to his death. His body was taken to ' the biggestbujlmoose head " meeting going on at Piney scoond, cobined harness and his h6me in Richmond for burial. doesn't mention the particular kind Branch the past week. There were saddle Jstallion. Consideration of moonshine he has been using. several additions. HOTEL FOR BURKESVILLE. Mrs. Green judged by form, style, action, enGabbard remains about the same. durance, ag 7n and lor ordinary genGlasgow, Ky. Capitalists of Burkes-ville- " Col. Roosevelt to be the Mfs Siidie Durham and children have formed 'a company for the eral use, J.C. Baily first, P. E. Par-ris- h only man on record,' ;who thinks of Ibis place, and John French and purpose of bulkllng-a- n hotel second; best combined harness lightning ouglit to strike three family, who in that town. The hotel will be modare out from Oklahoma and .saddle mare or gelding, W. L. ern throughout. At on election held times in the same'ipTiace. " their sister, Mrs. Bell Sloan first, J. T, Rigby second; in Burkesvllle recently upon the propo The three ibig'paties ' will s oon Parsley, of Oakley, this week. -- beat saddle stallion any age, E. C. sition for the purchase by the town of have their campaigns iujuder way, Road working has begun in this Lane first, J. C. Baily second; best 102 Alexander collegeS the vote stood for; buying it to against it and the people iri"gfeneraiwili have 'part and roads were never washed harness stallion, J. C. Baily first, out st badly as they are now, and P. E. FARMERS BUILDING SILOS. to take to the woods. '?."."-- , Parrish secoud; fanciest need work very bad. turnout lady and gentleman in Sonferset, Ky. The farmers are Forty eight vea.rs' agaljidge T, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY FAIR single or double rig. Considera- very, ipuch interested in silos and sevZ Marrow, spoke at. this place for tion: General appsarance of iig eral-, :ar being buht-- in the county. Lincoln, in the campa"fgiv ifofcthe ..(Continued from 1st page.)1' Joe.vGlbson has already built one. (Rockcastle county) R. " L. Lang-fdf- tl and occupants. J. C. Baily and Miss Beechef Smith has one under course ... presic-e. -l first, G; w!l Signidn . second; Lissa Holtzclaw first, Wm. Chan- of construction and W. H. Stigall .has fiaiiSm. the material the ground All ind.cajtions point Jo the tri- free.for all mule race mile beat, cellor and Miss Fannie Colyer sec- other. All are on concrete. ' for an, of umphal elechorir;'6fwlfl's3n and bes'Vwo in th'reV" C. T. Sigman ond; best walk, trot stal lion. E. C. Lane first, C C. Davis Lfibst, Johp Fugate second.' Marshall. U-'ifRAT P0I80W EXPLODES. j i'il'jt-Jsecond; fanciest harness rig. Con .. SECOND DAY West Point, Ky. A can of rat poiPresident j.4fiftuPr?"T- - ' sideration, style action and graceson, which Mist Daisy Saeohan was Best pair large chickens, W. S. ly gooa, inuuK you., ful movement, S. T. Curtis first, opening with a exploded, Haggard first, Wickliffe Haggard same yl k'A t second; free for all mule race, and the contents struck her in the naggara second; best bull calf un- - John Frugate PIKE FAMILY ItEUNION. first C. T. Sigmon, face, shattering her eyeglasses and filling one eye with the particles ot 'dilensix.mbnths, R. E. Gaines first, second. Rev. A. L Ptke is planning one glass. Her face and nose were badly W. L. King second; best bull calf in Brodhead Kx.fc.,eft2fiQi24 SWEEPSTAKES ROADSTER cut, but it is believed her sight can be My father .tjacob" Pike, was mar- dvet 6 and under 12 months,' R. E. saved. RING ray jbotheYMissL Bethana Gainessecond; bull any age, G. G, ried to Maysvllle. WhHe washing a second-stdrBest stallion mare or gelding any Jones, in th year 1846. And to Hastv first,' John Shivel second; window, Clarence Broxton lost age. Consideration speed, style CtitiJ balance and fell te the pavement this union there were born eleven best heifer under' 6 months, Jack , and endurance-- C. C. Davis first, below, striking on his head, inflicting children, eight bvs fucL three Hysinger first, John Shivel secS. T. Curtis second. several serious cuts and bruises on his My nother died when ond; best'heifer over 6 and under girls. head and about his, body. ' Jacob Pike, Jr., was two years old, 12 months. W. L. King first W. D. VOTE FOR Peters second: best milch cow'any Midway. Charles W. Parrish has he being tbk youngest , of . .tbe'J succeeded S. L. Gatrell, as postmaster. ageTa. D. Catlin first, C. L. Lair My father reeleven children. Mr. Gatrell has held the office nine mained a widower Jfltteenyears and secqndj.best blooded cow, any age Candidate years. from 11th Dsatrict then marrie I a- - second wife, and stock considered, R. E Gaines first, Mundfo'rdville. A son they had six :hildren born tothem. ,J.'D. Catlin second; cow and calf, of John Sharpenn'nin was drowned in !caj$, under six months, R. E. on three boys and three girls, thus1 the WitHfGaines first, J. D. Catlin second; PROGRESSIVE PARTY making him the father of seventeen Cuts and bruises may be healed children, fie died in 1895, leavi" cow and family of as many as two e in about itrm T11 nirr w x r .T1M . Ol! time revra u""u omvei nrst u. v. withi ing these seventeen cm fenfii quired by the usapjt treatment by Away back van' when Cull Mo applying Chamberlain's Liniment. out a father, and eleven ofuswitb-ou- t namm second. Clnre was vounger than he is now, It is' an antiseptic and causes such n9.,'jtis''M,Velous , ; HEE.P ' ., a motheri! 'he surprised the congregation at injuries to heal without maturation to Know cnai iney arean living at best buck' any age. I. L. Phillips This liniment also relieves sorejthe preset time, but scattered pro- first, C, L. Lair second; best ewe Mt Pizgah church one Sunday by Phillips first, same falling through the ceiling while ness of the muscles and rheumatic miscuously from thej Atlantic to any aei-L- : pains. For sale by Chas. C. Davis. the tne Pacific Ocean sTAnd the second; best pair, buck and ewe, I. preaching was going on. He had writrbeingthe elder son and hav- L. Phillips first, same second, best gone into the loft to hear the ser ing not only' the responsibility and two lambs, buck and ewe under 12 mon and at the same time, to avoid FOR FLETMEJ'S care, iioV'onTy as a brother (but to months, I. L. Phillips first. sam paying the preacher as much as a nickel. n a Advertising rales made known on someof-thyounger ones) that of 'application . This "douhle relation has a father. ' filled me with a great anxiety for uBjr well, -- being and hapj)iness. I fljft'd" this anxiety has le'd me to lo- MEMBER OF ASSOCIATION effcte and correspond with each on? KENTUCKY PRESS awl I haveecurea1 a promise from th;em .all to respond to this call. Tjjiey have, all agreeed to meet at uiy. homef in the town of Brodhead Hamlin BIRDSELL PLOWS SOLD BY Noc & Davis North Main Street second. TELBY BAPTI8T8 MEET. Sallie Reynolds "75 1000 1000 1225 1000 Mirv Proctor Etta Cable Minnie Hiatt Clyde Watson Dollie Johnson 1000 2417 1 Eva Albright Katie Price Lela Albright Lena Albright Gertrude Martin Susie Cabel Mary Lear Reca Brooks. 102 1000 4663 4 3308 6407 1520 1075 1565 1 lbr fifth-Sund- a 1 one-hal- ad-joiui- . r - - ? He-.rcplie- e e re-unio- n e ii Bessie Shivel Rilda Chandler Katie Price Ethel Pavne Pearl Purcell Annie Mae Sargent Mattie Owens Bertha Bustle Roberta Brown Blaneh Howell Orlie Ponder Ada Ward Ella Harp Rosa Brown Dortha Owens Annie Cass Mattie Adams Emily Sutton Brodhead Graded School Belle Kinder Birdie Johnson Florence Harris Delora Boyd Ollie Brock 000 1000 TOOO IO.S2 475 10&5 6203 1391 233 s 2210 1744 1075 398f- - 1000 1000 The People's Bank MAKE an earnest effort to accomodate all classes. Our 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 1200 1000 3804 1207 XE 5628 2925 1340 6883 1025 d re-unio- n, Buf-ful- s Bertha Brown 1000 Bessie Brown 1000 Myrtle Shumate 1 100 100O Lena McCall Every new subscriber to the Signal gets 1000 votes and everv renewal 500 votes. WOULD NOT HURT ANYBODY'S situated. BANK WITH US U.G. BAKER, President. J.P.I3. DRUM.MOND, Vice.-P ay, -- FEELINGS. F.L.THOMPSON.Jr., Cashier. CLAUDE C. COX.Ass't. Cash THE PEOPLES' Mr. Vernon, BANK Ky. e ipC&3lcae30C9& 3F&C$3$PZ Vos, well-know- n I - most-i'delightl- hand-ink-rollers- . and-unde- r "Which do you love best pussy or your doll?" "Pussy; but don't let dolly hear." GRANVILLE OWENS I a UNDERTAKER 1 A TEXAS WONDER. The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, removing gravel, cures diabets, weak and lame backs, rheumatism and all irregularities ot .the kidneys and in boty men and women. Regu lates bladder troubles in chibren. If not sold by vour druggist, will besect by mail on receipt of $1.00. One small bottle in two months treatment, and seldom ails to perfect a "cure. Send for e&timonials from his and other tes . Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 ive street Louis, Mo. Sold by P eist. -- Brodhead Ky r jl vl pro-.tract- ed COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robes, Toil i.xu,.., rPolocrr-'r'- phone orders Promptly -....o0...r. nr T'olo. h Filled. ia-sai- d &&X3$frCX: 3cQ$DeC3fcC are-visitin- c3xpiqx3cc xpq3cc;tpp yaga?3K&x$x&l n J(W, rr ? jonas Mckenzie KE 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 soldjright are the kind of goods that it always pays to buy. Our Motro has always been to give to our customers a the .very best goods possible for the money. Thanking my customers for the patronage in the past and asking a continuance i the future, I am & Yours very truly, fc : or-cant- can-opene- r, y H. H. SEAVY For Congress TICKET four-year-o- ld - 1 - oue-thirth- JONAS McKENZIE, Mt Vernon, Kyi Cluldreiu'Cry cAsTi&,A '9&&D&$&C$p I V - . 1 fyi- iaMaaaarni'irrr wwa im New Fall. .Clothes, are arriving ay rLT::-- : mcwTcauRfe- - --PishVoiest very .day. -- The ' Rbckcistle- - circuits court F...F. Jobinsold toj. T:Rigs-by convened Monday. Judge B. J. Raiil coat dYalF kTnfo , fo?'every-bod- y Mt. Vjsknon, Ky., ;Aug.'23. seven Read'' of yearling cattle Bethurum is presiding 'and Comat Fish's. for $16000. monwealth's attorne3T, M.;L." C all up "No. 79" when That new fall suit is ready for ty ou w tint to Communiis present, looking., after the The stockholders o. the Mt. cate with SIGNAL you at Fish's to day. ' Vernon Fair Association will meet state's interest. Judge tiethurupi did hot dwell The man who inarnes at the Court House August 31st at length upon the .different violawidow doesn't always live in at 7 30 p. ni. tions, in his instructions to the clover. E. R. Gentry, Skcy. Grand Jury, except on the T. N. Noe has purchased the ina. iwo weeks protracted meeting sale of whisky, which of is o terest of W. T. Davis in the firm of will begin at Providence church, .ri Louisville A Nashville R R.Co. le strongest ever d : erefl mi a -- ,. ... i Noe & Davis, mercantile busi:ies.. a oiiiuiiiiiv vnjiiiai im. 1 Judge' Bethm ttrl - iiciir iJiiim.byo....i W. G. Robert.1-- , Grand Jury TIME TABLE. at corner of West Main anu wu- conducted Rev. pointed out that right i . Mt. 4.46 p m liam streets. 22 uortn of Illinois, Every bodv cordially the amount of liq or heti'g' 24 north 3:53 a m Who says it dosn't pay to adver-- invited. sold, and we might add that 111 21 south 11:38 am Use? Fish is selling good clothes by 7 Cox, the expert barber places it is almost equal to open 21 South 12:19 am mall, in more states than our own, at Mt. Vernon Hotel, sent the fol- saloons. But the .officers have tliem , Jas. Landrtjm, Agent. some even as far away as Florida lowing order to a paint store when spotted and mark whatwe say. that Phone No. 8. South Carolina. he opened his first shop; "Dear belore many weeks the whole something hap Sir: Please send me a can of your business will be behind the bars. There's alwav Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice mail matter. as second-clas- s pening in old Rockcastle and gen- - striped paint I want just enough Nobody is fooled, the. only trouble, ' as the Judge expressed it in hisJ erally for the good. The year 1912 for 0ue barber' pole 1 charge, there are too many PERSONAL is proviug to be the most prosper-W. R. Allen secretary the Ken it takes positive proof ous in a decade. tucky Motor Car Co., of Coving before a man can be convicted in Jack Wood and Albert Fish Jr. For Sale: A cottage house on ton, K.v. Mr. 1:110s. A. ierry, is open were over from Wildie Wednescourt, no matter what the ,. . ,. Terms very West Main Street. . day. general ioreman 01 me Acme auio outride piool" might, be! The. folreaso- - able. I also have five shares , Co Mrs Terry and Miss Edwina lowing gentlemen were selected as . .. , . . Mrs. S. C Davis is very serious- or stock in the Bank ot Mt. ver Hopkins' drove through from Covly ill and has been lor several jurors: non, which I desire to sell. ington, to Berea, 140 miles in six days. grand, jury. a 1. S. H. Martin. Aug. hours, in a touring car. They had accepted a Marion Signlorep-joBullock, Everett Mullins has During Mt. Vernon toleave this 'machine at Berea, and Found. Tohn Sigmon, Jake Pike, Daniel position as salesman in Fish's Fair, at depot, a violin and case. come on through on the', train. Ponder, Wml Dowe.il, Jj., Clothing and Shoe store. H. Rey-- WL Owner can recover by paying for Mr. Allen is a Rockcastle boy, nold's, S. B. Ramsey, Ed. Fletcher, Mrs. Linda Benton. Miss W illie this "add" and proving property. from Eastern part of the county M:"G. McKinney, Bill Payne, S. and John are the guests of Mr. Lloyd Maret, Telephone Ex- and is here to atteud circuit court. S. Daily. and Mrs. W. L. Richaids. change. 3t Mr. and Mrs. Terry and Miss Hop'petit jury. Walter Miller has accepted a Wednesday afternoon, in throw- kins, are enjoying the fresh" air of position, in St. Joseph, Mo., and Harve Chaney, Tom Philbeck, as Mr. Allen's second-stor- y dear old Rockcastle will leave for that point in a few ing a pan of water from a Wallace Laswel), Jim Barnett, Milt wiudow. at the residence, on guests. Lets have better'roads and Warren, weeks. Frank 'Andeskon; Jim old Main street, Mrs. Jack Kirby next time they can drive into Arnold, Geo,.Deatherage, Ben Pike, J. Tucker Bowling and his merely" a lost her balance, fell to the ground town. of taste. ' Chint Lear, Milt Sowder, Tohn friend Virgil Eversole. were here breaking'her arm and sustaingotker from Harlan from Friday until Fifty years ago, in 1S62, among Do well, Wm. McClure, W. A. Tay injuries. Monday. models show our the names of prominent families, lor, C. K. Scott, Luther Manus, and Neal Parrett says Dick Welsh's W. F. DeBord, M. F. Craig,' Allen Miss Mary Etta King of Crab who were citizens of Mt. Vernon, our M ounce, Isaac Leger. Jno. Crawno Grchard. was the attractive guest Irish potatoes couldu't find enouph appeared the following: Smith, , dirt.o hide themselves under, so Williams, New comb, Carpenter, ford, Tack Langford, JakeT-noof Miss Lenora Parrett from Satstyle may choose, wVIl guarantee any of the quite a bunch of them crawled un- Miller, Dysart, Fish, Frazer, Mc- - John French. f urday until Tuesday. der the smokehouse, and grew so Call, Terrill, Stigali, Jones, Brown,, The following cases have .been -- three will afford ypu perfect case and comfort Mrs. Caroline French, wife o f ;: 1 , '. i ...j large turned the building over Langford, Joplin, Adams, Oweus, tried: '' .'. 5.11 Buck French, of the RockcastI smashing an insh buggy, other Griffin, and many others. All Richard Carpenter, .giving hquor the River section, died early Sunday neat cuff on your trousers is very appropriate, vehicles and machinery, and scar- men, with two exceptions, have to a minor, $50 and cost;. William heart-dropmorning of ing the rats into fits. died or moved away, these two are Smother's, killing stock, rto and as we say itfs entirely to Shirley Tate has returned to to have Ward, who passed over Willis Adams and J. T: Proctor.-Twelv- e csst: Mitchell Mulliusbreach of Samuel Paris, where he has a lucurative "' women who were here then the peace, 1 cent and cost; Roscoe position, after spending two weeks the river to the gre'at beyond yesterday morning at Livingston, was and rem eber something 'bf the civil "Hansel, giving liquor to a minor, with his mother here. one of nature's clever, war that was being waged-- ' 'at that $S0 and cost; Jerry Brockj injury Miss Lavinia McGraw left MonThey are Mrs. Ann to property, $iq and cost: Leonard noblemen. The writer (J. M.J, then time remain. day for her home in Junction City, Wc arc not in the clothing business to teH you whf we boy, met him at Paint Lick, 42 Fish, Mrs. Wm. Poynter, "Mrs. D. Hopkins, shooting1, in the .town of after spending two weeks, with a do. We want to SHOW YOU what we can do, and the only never forgotten C. Poynter, Mrs. J. W. Van Brodhead, $0 and cost; Ed. ' Farris, Miss Elizabeth Adams on West years'ago, and has weapons, $25. Hardin way to do it is tor YOU to come in and take a look ajt oqr the many courtesies and kindness Winkle, Mrs. Mary Miller, Mrs. concealed Main St. Baker, malicious shooting... and shown us by him and his most Mary Carter, Mx.sS.arah .WJiUaJjeji. Fine Clothes. Misses Miss Kate Mb'pre,. Ms. Margaret 'auTnaitfg5a.;' Bob Mize, fofselle'xcelleTft wife. daughters of the late R G. Jones, lng liquor in two cases, $60 and After weeks of intense suffering, Griffin, Mrs. Fannie Adams, . M,s. .costs-- in each case; lohii Kurd, two exceedingly attractive young Dr. AX G. Loveli, and Mrs. Jaibes Stand By ladies, were guests of the family at nine o'clock "yesterday morning, Maret. Six df them are widows;- giving liqupr to a minor, Look A the spirit.of that good woman, Mrs. Lee,. selling liquor, Jdo.andcpst of Mr. S. H. Martin last week. W. Baker, took its flight to. two others were; but remarried. The case against Maurice 'Farris For (he Judge and Mrs. Bl J. Be John realms on high. For weeks her Twenty prominent families, bear for the killing ofDaniel Wood, was thurum and son Jake motored fatuity had expected the fatal hour, ing different names, have entirely called Tuesday .aud both sides anover from Somerset Sunday, in Sim I when they must stand by the bed disappeared from our town, in the' nounced ready. - The following their new Maxwell car. Jake is Mosjt of the past half century. side of mother ,and witness the gentlemen were selected to try the Of tfl2 the driver and drives it well. "after-thesL light of that good life go out, and fourteen remaining- - here yi S?Sr Jx?tu rfJnTc HTfl iV JX' "case: Milt Warren. Tom Philbeck, E. Anderson, a clever lapse of half a'centdfy were small Chas. many the times had they answered Iefc.djgS ' 'nion's .Jas Barnett, Geo. Deatherage, Fish young Pharmacist of Richmond, the summon-- , thinking it was the children fifty years" ago. M, F-- , Isaac Leger, Harve ChafieV". who has been with Mr. 'ahd Mrs. , Hesiaesviueagstav-nusQunau last. Hugh Miller a couple of weeks who is crushed at the loss c f his Misses Corinne Harmon and Craig," AVrri MVJciu,e,.jake Payne, attending both the fairs, return- all and all to him, the deceased, Katijleen'tLewis; two of London's Jno. R. Alcorn, -- W. H. Reams and Take our word for it this time, Tilmon Coffey. ' The evidence and ed home Monday. leaves three sons and three daugh- most taienieu musicians, gave a arguments in the case were com- Mt. Vernon is going to have a Misses Rebecca Watson and ters, all of whom were af her 'bed- pubiic recital this eveuing at the pleted yesterday.-- . Attorney C. C. hotel. visitor. Miss Rogers of New York, side when the last great call comes. vjnapei 01 ine uraaea school in An editor was dying,, but when audience pre- Williams' and Judge X. W. and Messrs A. B. Furnish and The burial will take place this this city. ,. Thelar-were the attotneys for the doctor bent, "placed his ear on John M. Fish, spent Sunday with morning at ten o'clock, in a lot sent showed their appreciation kof Farris,' while Commonwealth's his breast, and said, "Poor man! Mifis Rose McFerron at "Breezy near the home on Richmond street. the splendid entertainment. The music lovers of this city, have for LAttorney, M. Lt Jarvis, look care Circulation almost gone!" the dyHill" near Pine Hill. I take this means of announcing the In the year 1864 occuredudge some time recognized the rare abil-it- y of the prosecution. ing editor shouted: "You're a liar! Oscar D, Bryant, freight agent, The trial of San ford Isaacs,; for We have the largest circulation in T. Z. Morrows first visit 10 Mt. of those two young ladies,, and at Livingston, is at v home at his Vernon, as a lawyer. That was 48 public have returned from the the killing"bf Jones Allen their reputation have spread all the country!" ' fathers, seriously ijl of typhoid years ago. Vt '' The Judge's presence over Eastern Kentucky, especially the court city where I purchased a. car load of high Dr. Southards with a fever. An ordinary case of diarrhoea at this term of court recalls old in the several towns where they trained nurse from Berea, ape The L. & N. will run a special can, as a rule, be cured by a single grade tjmes when there was no railroads have drawn large aud appreciative which is on waiting upon him, train from Richmond to.Xondon dose of Chamberlain's Colic jn our county and no telegraph, audiences, ," the last day Of the Laurel county Cholera and .Diarrhoea Remedy. Mrs. A. L. Clayton, and little except a military line.from Cumberexhibition in my large ware room for inMiss Harmon has few superiors, fair, Friday, August 30. This train This remedy ha$ no superior for son, Lwis of Jacksonville, FJa , land Gap, to Camp Nelson. The as a pianist, in America. bowel complaints. For s.ale by After is I showing the spection up-to-d- ate are with the family of her uncle, G. Judge s prsf trip to pur , town was via 'Stanford. . Partiec between has. C. "' Davis graduating at theCinchinati ConascerStanlord and'Livingston-ca'- n C. Fish at their country home, ten years earlier, in 1S.D4. There and best line of fiirniture evq: servatory of music, her" teachers, Willows" near town, for a are-bu- t tain the lime of arrival by inquiring "Lost: Qn the M$. Vernon Fair "The standing- - advised, her to go six!of the houses, and ot the despot agent. pa,h-o-f heavy leather The .special ground's few weeks. Mrs. Clayton stopped today, that were here at that time. to town Bed room suits, Davenports, complete her studies- - under of the one night with .Mrs. and Mrs. There is not one man left in tue arrives'at Brodhead: at 8jpo a m, saddlebags, One dollar reward fo4 eminent old 'world Masters which Mt. Couches, Dining tables, Center tables, Chas. C. Davis. Return- return to this office- - or, to J. W. Vernon 8:27 a. m. town who was then a citizau of this she did. She studied for .three ing leaves the"XdWdpn Fair ground Marlkr. Aug. 16-Mrs. Mary Williams and Mrs place and but five women who years "under sucH w6rfd renowned Chairs, Rockers Wardrobes, Safes, in fact about "4 o'clock. One .fare . plus 25 ' Cleo Brown, left Tuesday for have survived thoe ;8 years and Irf his early' courtship days old as Pugno, in Paris and instructors d tfip.'- - cents for everything in the furniture line, needed Somerset, to visit' Mr. and Mrs. are yet residing in the corporation. Goddwsky and Gabrilowitsch Cull said 10 the girl: "On what in Mrs. Williams Our people are much .pleased over Berlin, and they each testify o M. C- - Williams. her U. G. BaPer has' converted' the grounds does your lather object to furnish and beautify your home. will be in Somerset several weeks the continued good neallh the wonderful is now en- livery stable and .side ,roon? just me?" skill. while Mrs. Brown, who will go to Judge enjoys, which he says' he gaged Remember wehave Carpets, Marnh "On any" grounds withiorthe season in playing Louisville, in one week, is in the regained at one of the local water- and teaching in 'some '6f the best back of his sto re, into a furniture in a mile of the house. building and has it filled to its and city buying her fall line of milli- ing places in our adjoining coi,n y known. studios in Boston-- . a large and well selected assort1 capacity, witp. every .thipg Buv it ,now. Now is the time nery. of Pulaski. He is enthusiastic over , i Miss Lewis, besi'des being an ac furniture line, ft is an ideal place ui:-.j- ! a r .i ment tO OUy a Dome Ol Robert Taylor, son of the late the wonderful curative powers of complished pianist and able to play and the especially "attractive way" Colic. Cholera aud Diarrhoea Opp Taylor, who has been suffer- the springs; (whose name we failed the mandolin and other instru- in which & this space each week for prices. the building is finished Remedy. It is almost certain to ct ing with typhoid fever for five to get") praising them as the "foun ments;to a high degree of perfec- makes it all summer is be needed before the the more desirable. will interest you This remedy has no ever. weeks at the home of Mrs, Kitty tain 01 youth. In 1804 Judge tion, is a gifted singer, possessing c For sale by Chas. C. F Kreuger.bas. converted.- - the superior Smith, has recovered and left Granville Pearl, ot 'London, was a deep, rich voice, of rare melody. . brother circuit judge and Frank Finley, of After graduating in the depart secni(l floor 'over GriffiYls feed store' Davis. , Tuesday atternoon with his John, for St. Louis, to join the Williamsburg, was commonwealths ment of music at the Sue' Bennett into a hall for any kind of a gath George Owens "Strange how ering desiring to usatt. of his family who attorney. R. M. Bradley, John Memorial School in this city, of other members It will scared horses are.ot automobiles." ' live there. Old Cull"Strange? what would Moore and Charles Kirtley were which her fathei1, Prof. J. C. Lewis supply a long Telt' want. a pair of pants atnong the .lawyers, "who were is President, ..her friends, who Judge Lewis' gourd crop'was a you do if vou met In walking down the street with noJudge recognized her - great 'ability as a failure practicing before this bar. LOCAk th's , season ou accoutft Of ' i; body- in them?" Morrow carries his 77 years ex- - singer, advised her to continue defective seed. He. .has ordered a If you give all your attention to jbremely well and actually .appears her studies under some of the. emi- - suppiyof. seed, from China,Afxir: ( Cox the Baber, "I would rathex your business 'you will have no younger than he did, !spme 'years neAtinrstructors ot Europe. While next year, of the ''circular baudle shave fane London men, an pn,e n ago, Our people wish to enjoy his iu Europe she studied under a variety on account time to work against others. the "tttnveif-- from MtVernoqv" .Lfluia filler.--'hof Wear a FISH Guaranteed Suit hearty bgudshakes 'and friendly Shakespeare, the world renownee ience', of hanging the g'ourd On vour so. Carroll" C.T. Bt --"Beand yotv. will always wear, Smiles for many yearS yet, to come vocal teacher, in London England. arm-- , when not in use. The Tddge f cause I i:get jfif ty cents from tlje once .;.-Tb-da- y them. New Tfall styles ready for and hope tor his continued good She also studied under other well is an agvocate of individuatarink- - London Itienauifinly ;a di.pe.froej, j;c,.v justl tw health. t - ' "; known old Masters. your iHspection the Mt. Vernon sUiaea.'"- ..' .; i ing gourds to replaca cum. . MT. VERNON- - SIGNAL The K. P. is Pine Hill. puling worlTTit ... riz 79 J"ar-vl- s, Jf .- j t I ;-- n . lalse-swearersa- -- A 25-3- " e " " "IT'S UP TO YOU" It's matter These AS TO THE STYLE OF TROUSERS YOU WITH YOUR NEW FALL SUIT OR IN ODD TROUSERS. WANT REGULATION TROUSERS, but Full Peg, Medium that Peg Yoil A matter what & ay, but big-heart- you WE ARE HERE TO PLEASE YOU what up want. ybu Maggfe-aBd-Kitiy-Jou- es, "" - $50-Tad- e "We ... What cn I You Buy" - j -,- -- -- i SEND US .YOUR MAIL ORDERS :J Be-thuru- m e ANNQUNCEMEN T to that I just " to-da- y. FURNITURE am now most brought 3L the-roun- to Maftings Rugs; ln-th- e. j- -i 4 Watch They B. L. QockrtH UV1NGST0N, KY. Subscribe for the Signal .-.. -- to-d- ay. - 1 ii - If ' I i ..j o;-5--,-- - SfT if lapges "t It t- ss"srr ' t i -- 4wL. fr.,tji. ft '; : ; i & ' .:. r-- .- THE SECRET OF JLOKG Bi JW IJLttiS. 1 Do not sap the springs of life by neglect of the humeri, mechanism, by allowing the accumulation of poisons in the system. An iinitction Gt Nature's method of restoring waste of tissue and impoverishment of the blood nrd nervous strength is to take an alterative glyceric extract (without alcohol) of Golden Seal and Oregon grape root, Bloodroot, Stone and MandroUe root with' Cherry baric. Over. 40 yiars ago Dr. Pierce gave to the public this remedy, which he culled Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. He found it would help the blood in taking up the proper elements from food, help the liver into activity, thereby throwing out the'poisons from the blood and vitalizing the whole system as well ss allaying and, soothing a cough. "No one ever takes cold unless constipated, or exhausted, tfnd having what wc cull is attended with'impoverished blood and exhaustion of nerve force. The " Discovery" is an tonic which restores tone to the blood, nerves and heart by imitating Nature's, methods of restoring waste cf tissue, and feeding thb nerves, heart and lungs on ricli rjQ) IS ijgt red blood. t " I suffered from pain under 'my r!f!E.t shoulder blade also a very revere cough," writes Maa. W. Dork, of. New Hrookland, S. C, to Dr." K. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. " Had toue different doctors and nono did all-rou- nd BUSIN Eft MAN ROBBED diamonds ' PANIC IN BALTIMORE B,G wscktransfer , I cash. from candioto And by taken un- Shelbyville, Ky. A deal has been known assassin8. closed with the Middle West Utilities Co.. of which Samuel Insull, of Chi-- 1 Choked and Beaten by Two Men Who Cupulo of Hotel Rennert is Blown to cago, is president, for the Bale of 90 the Ground Many Trees are Up- Escape With Booty Before per cent of the stock In the ShelbyRooted. Help Arrives. ville Water & Light Co., at $150 a aTld LU"UCU HURRICANE SWEEP8 OVER CITY AND GREAT AMOUNT OF DAMAGE IS REPORTED. Bhtlbyvlll Water and Light Co. Sills Ninety Per Cent To Chicago Concern. Siiii Si I 1 Vm CAST0R1A For Infants and Children. fi ITT1TWW t' MH3.D03K. inn cny pood. Some said I had consumption, others said I would have' to have an operation. I was lxlriil"ki. uiuAilc to bit up for six months and was nothing but a live skeleton. You advised me to t:te Dr. Fierce' GoiJen MudiciJ Discovery and Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. A7hen Iliad taken one bottle of the 'Discovery' I could sit upur;an hour at a time, and when I had taken tfn-ebottles I could dt'xny cooking und tend to the children. I took fourteen bottles in all and Was then in irool In alth. ISy wcicht is now 1(37 pounds. e " - lrjO-'wakill ' - '-- w ww wjiwifc 4 J J J"ft iS "i UNDERTAKES Hand-mad- e wni w w Xh I'1' Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled Coffinsfurmslied .Hearse sent to all parts of "i. . the County h m fI All Phone orders by Wire Promptly Filled W. A. COX,! 94-S Baltimore, Md.--A hurricane swept Lexington, Ky. Joseph Candioto, a through the city, doing immense dam-business man and politician, was seized and choken into helplessness by two age. The business secuon, tne men in his" place of business, PinS district and the northwestern door to the opera house, and rob- - "on of the city sustained the greatest uea or two diamond rings, a diamond b "ot Tho. CP Etud and $190 in money. The dia- "as Mown to the pound monds are valued at $1,000. was Candioto and J. L. Bowen Jointly Presa wBn wltn tt horae type- - hurled the length of a block , heav conduct a cash register, safe and -- , writer agency in two adjoining store "ai ft"" AikAiK ninrnn iirnCA nrrnnnnnn I rntu rooms at 139 and 141 North Broadway. Candioto had been with Bowen in one their fastenings, while a number of and strewn across of the stores for a few minutes, leav- trees An Alrrt thnKAhl tiiwwm.U( frOTn1 Tfr v.ww . bUCiVUj ing no one in the other, about 10:45 tttl HW, o'clock. He returned alone to the oth- an hour after the storm abated. er room to close up for the night, and as he turned out the light he was HOLD UP SIR EDWARD GREY. grabbed by the neck from behind and struck a heavy blow on the head. As Embleton, Northumberland. A parCandioto sank helpless to the floor he ty of enterprising suffragists waylaid heard another man join his assailant. and held up Sir Edward Grey, the They tore a diamond stud valued at British Secretary of State for Foreign $300 from his shirt bosom and stripped Affairs, and engaged him in a warm two diamond rings worth, respectively, argument on the question of woman $200 and $500, from his fingers. TheyJ suffrage. then went through .his pockets, secur Sir Edward at first said: "I refuse ing $190 in cash. to discuss the question with you here," but the women declared that the opportunity' for discussion had been snop-unknoaec-next ha ,1 maVwa cmaai " J ,2inJ Je indebtholders will pay the edness, which will make the stock net them 'about J$14Q. It is provided in the contract that all other share- holders who so deaire may dispose of .heir stock on the same terms. Pos- 8eS3ion of the plant will be given Sep- - UCUt Ul V1U.UUU. r,"'" floating AUG n com-- t Incr A The Kind You Have :wft7 cA BUUll. Always Bought ALCOHOL 3 PER f'KVp AVcgelabkPrcparalton&rAs-slmilaiing ihcFootf aralRegula-- t mg Ui.c S tomachs andBwTJls of Bears the Signature of t m v l I iember ( 1 BWI """ "" The "T"U.1W... I IT 1 Tl T ."".:: 26 000 The plant was built in 1894 at a first cost of since then like amount has been expended in Imnrovements About 90 per cent of . rtL. K ,na va uiifiuif j luc ctkuA nuo vaU is T r D.,11 C uciu . Long, L C. Willis. John K. Todd and George S. Chowniug. b- coxaQj $ mx ?Hl ''"irTA' rv WOT NARCOTIC. HI if-- vi Promotes DigestionJChr and ResLContoIns nciibtr crfiJ-nes- s WDpiumIorphinc norMoeral vAtr ii t, j JUiiStana-- f TOLL PIKE IS PLANNED. jtnhiStti JixieiUSdt- sfr&4 IfsmSai- - f ff i In ras been started by citizens of Somerset, Ky. Another movement Somer- (taWJte-- . LARGE-DEVELOPME- de-Die- d 1S 9 them elsewhere. By Company With Large Holdings In Letcher and Is Promised fc rTK rx i MT. VERNON,, KY Knott Counties. CAR AND CYCLONE RUN RACE. set toward building, a pike from here to the Lincoln county line to join the pike there, and thus give them an outlet into the Bluegrass section at all fm.es of the year. The plan of raising the money by private subscription was tried several months ago, but soon fell through. The plan now is to or- ganize a stock company, which will build the pike and place several toll-- ! pates along the road. BUSINESS CONSOLIDATION. Aperfect Remedy for Consflg Yorms.ConvulsimsJeverislr f Al Use For Over nessandLossorSLEEP. TacSMc Signature cf '&&. EgSfiS The Centaur Compato; NEW YORK. Thirty Years . Yesterday To-morro- Tc-da- y w YESTERDAY is but a dream, ouly a vision, but well lived makes every yesterday a dream of happiness andevery a'vision uf hope.. Therefore not yesterday nor bring your account to TO-DAY w to-dato-da- y ; $& 1j. TV i f. PRACTICAL Elizabethtown, Ky. The work of Macon,. Ga. Lightning which cenMercer University, at Tat-na- grading the proposed macadam road tered about UNDERTAKERS . Thjen our hope is that atl your moneys will bring you happisquare, caused the death of two from Vine Grove to Big Spring will be-ness, find prosperity, and all your reoollectious of yesterday will persons, the injury of Jwo others, dam- gin soon, and the macadamizing I FUNERAL DIRECTORS, bring you great satisfacticp,.and;all your dealings and relations Kentucky. age to 'many buildings and a panic in completed in ten days. The proposed ' 5T AND BanlTwill bring you great prosperity. withtthis It Is said here that W. C. Black, of a Presbyterian church directly across rock road is ten miles in length and ' SS: E31BAL3IERS Darboursville, and H. B. Jones and the street from where a bolt had set passes through the most fertile sec- ; Harvey Bullock, of Pineville, have fire to the building. tion of Hardin countv. Thfl eltizunq 5 Mt. Vernon, Ky. WIT.VERNON, KENTUCKY , bought several thousand acres of coal Interested in the "road have subscribed C. C. WILLTMS, President. W. L. RICHARDS, Cashier, and timber lands along and contigu$6,500 and the county will appropriate E GYP8Y QUEEN DIES SUDDENLY. $2 600 for its construction. ous to the Lexington fc Eastern exten'. sion in the southern section of LetchParkeraburg, W. Va Mrs. Elizaer county and will start development MORE AUTO BUSSES. Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of SS: work within the next few weeks as beth Lovell, the oldest gypsy queu in 3 INDIAN KILLED ON TRACK. y the United States, died suddonly here boon ae'the L. & E. road is read to work for the company. ST Columbia, Ky. An automobile comreceive shipments They will employ at the camp of her tribe. She was 107 pany has been organized and been InNear Rochelle, 111., an Indian V . years old and had been in perfect . SjrOrders by wire promptly filled. Hearse sent to all points 2 several hundred men. went to sleep on a railroad track-health and as active aa a woman of corporated at tiiis place and a liri of auto busses will' be run between Coand was killecUiw theast express 60. Her remalns'will be taken to Cumlumbia and Campbellsvllle. The servTOOK SEVERAL PRIZES. Manager He paid for hf5 "carelessness with berland. Md., for burial. ice will begin soon, three machines Olten its that way his life. E Office Mt. Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 112 H2 Lexington, Ky. Mrs. M. W. Jenha ing been bought. The following when peopte?ieglect conghs and nings, of Cincinnati, gathered In concompose the company: J. O. Russell, CRUSHED BY AN ELEVATOR. colds. Don't risk your life when W. R. Myers, Sam, Lewis, A. P. Balsiderable prize money for her needle prompt use of Dr. King's" New Over TJ. G. Baker's Store. Toledo, Oo. Attempting to boarc lard, John Lee Walker, John Sanwork at the Blue Grass Fair. She discovery wilrxrure tfaetn- - amd- - so Crown and freight elevator in the store of tut dusky, Ray Conover. won first prizes for the best silk emBridge Work a specialty. prevent a dangerous throat or broidered sofa pillow, best specimen of Lamson Dry Goods company while tfct All work guaranteed. lung troubrev- - "It. . qopipletely eyelet embroidery, beat display of la- elevator was moving Myron Thomp TWO FALL FROM VEHICLE. dies' underwear and best knitted or son, 17 years old, employed- - as a stocl cured me, in a short time, of a crocheted skirt and she took second boy, was killed. His head was caugh. terrible cough tfyat followed a Carlisle, Ky. Carlisle has a "death prizes for specimen of Kensington em- between the elevator and the floor. wagon" which has claimed two victims severe attack of Qfcj'p", writes J. broidery, silk embroidered centerpiece, to date. Little Mary Webster fell from R. Watts Floy dad, VTex., "and I set of six drawn linen doilies, sewing the vehicle alighting upon her head regained 15- pdunds in weight apron and laundry bag. Her daughter. CINCINNATI MARKETS and neck, the latter being broken. rethat I had lost." 'Quick, safe, Mt Vernon, Ky. Nellie Jennings, won first prize ffor After lingering three days during Happy the girl, or woman, who has never suffered from liable and guaranteed beBt sofa pillow made by child under 50c. and which she suffered great agony the Home and office in the late residence 12 years of age. 1.00. Trial'b'ottle free at Chas. any of the diseases of womanhood! Or, if she has been a child died. Harvey Thomas fell from Wheat No. 2 red $1.05(6)1.07, No. Dr. Myera formerly occupied on Old C. Davis the same wagon three weoks ago and red 9c 11.03. No. 4 red 8595e. sufferer, happy is she if she has learned of the wonderful M MainSt.,3;Mt. Vernon. he, too, broke his neck, dying three qprn No. 2 white 8282c, No. FARMERS GET BIG DAMAGES. benefits of Cardui, the woman's tonic! white 8182c, No. 4 white No days later. Strayed White No. 3 yellow 82(g83(; Cardui is a gentle, tonic remedy, for women's ailments. Winchester, Ky. Clark county farm- 2 yellow C.-.CNo. 4 yellow ear 7D(iJ)81c, No. 2 mlxe( and black .spotted bound, yellow ers along the Kentucky river have It Is a natural medicine safe, harmless, purely vegetable. PONIES IN ESCAPADE. 8283c, No. 3 around thexie'ad, vfrtlrcoliar on her ... SAT.TORNEY-AT-LAbeen awarded judgments amounting to mixed 77879c, mixed 8081c, No. . It has been in successful use for more than 50 years. It yellow ear 7881c 20,000 by a subcommittee on appro- mixea ear juttpTJc, Danville, Ky. Some Western ponies neck, left .my pjape .about June while ear 7578t MT. VERNON. KY. has cured thousands. It should do the same for you. priations of congress for damages Oats No. 2 white No. : were being auctioned off here, when 29th. "Liberal r'ewariroflered" tLoy became frightened at some dogs, - On 2nd. floor o done their land by the overflowing of stanriaH white : The Bank otMt. Vernon, on 'r coal pHe Church the river following the lnstallatiom of No. '4 white 3133c, No. 2 mixed 32fc and climbing 33.V4. onto a roof of an adjoining building. No. Spiro, Ky. street. Special attention given Lock No. 10, at Ford. The following mixed No. 3 mixed railing between two buildings. They are the judgments which will be paid 4 Hay .,.; ..1 Zylllt) to collections. No. shortly: Chas. Oliver et al., $6,030.50; 2 timothy 1 timothy $1919.60, No were rescued uninjured by a gang of Phone No. 80. WAR.- T. J. Gravltt, $1,879.59; Win. T. Bald- $15.5016, $17.5018. No. 3 tlmoth , men with ropes. No. 1 clover inixed J16i-17win and wife, $2,533.50, and Harry No. 2 clover mixed $1415.60, No There are two things everlast Crawford's estate, $10,055. 1 clover $1617, No. 2 elover MAN KILLED BY CARS. Mrs. Mary Neely, of Denver, Tenn., says, "I think $1415 ingly at waWJandi- j:iles. - But Cattle Shippers fB.508.25, cholci there is no tonic on earth", as good as Cardui. I used it to extra ?8.308.50; butcher Bteers Bucklen's.Arnica Salve will banish Somerset, Ky. Lum Childers, 18, THIRTY-FIVYEARS PRIEST. extra $6g8.25, good to choice ?77.9o was killed Instantly when a string of with the very best results. I had backache and nearly 'Tlorhiy .. i IX- Qon. sub piles in any UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER common to fair 4.25(S).75; heifers cars everything a woman could suffer with, until I took Cardui on which he was riding down the itching. hritation, in dues .the Maysvllle, Ky. The Rev. Father P. extra $0.75(8)7.25, good to choice 6(g incline fiamnjfatidn tfrwelling. from Tiptop House ,was gives Now, I feel better than I have for two years. I shall It M. Jones, pastor of St. Patrick's Cathbt5, .common to fair $3,250)6.75; cow comfort, invites joy. Greatest olic church here, celebrated the thirty-fift- h extra, f 5.35'5.75, good to cljoice $4.5 bumped Into by another string, throwalways recommend Cardui to other suffering women. I anniversary of his entering the (g)o'.25, common to fair $24: canner. ing him between them. healer of hums, boils, ulcers, cuts can't praise it too highly. As a medicine for weak, tired, priesthood. Father Jones came here $23.25. Bulls Bologna . bruises ejrajal scalds, pimples, $4.2504.75, extrt worn-o- ut women, Cardui is safe and reliable. Try it, today. from Cynthiana, taking the place of $4.855, fat bulls DESTROYED BY FIRE. $55.50. Oafy 25' cents at skin er ptlo is. the Rev. Father John B. Glorleux and Calves Extra $9, fair to good $6.6C Wrii to: Ladle' Advisory DeoL. Ckxttimaa Bowling Green, Ky. The large stock MMMn. r n,, Ince his coming he has worked won . 8.75, common to fair $48.50. Chas. C I'kvi&.s for.3frrialjfracfeM. tad book. "Home Treatment lor Women," seat free. J M Hogs Heavy hogs $8.408.60, good barn of Lee Hudson, a- farmer, near ders among his Congregation. v V77N1 5jr I 1 r rTUr among his accomplishments to choice packers and butchen $8,60 Oakland, thla county, was destroyed Up: A sandy colored 8.70, mixed Da'ckers $8.40(ffl8.'f5Snoc by fire. The building contained feed Taken Is a church costing nearly, $100,000. $4G.65, extra $6.15, common tt and a large amount of lumber. The sow, - wojght.v about .115 pounds, choice heavy fat sows $67:50, extra origin of the Are is unknown. came to my place - abbnrsi weaks LAWRENCEBURG INSTITUTE. $7.607.65, light shippers $8.308.65: pigs (110 lbs and less) $58.25. agOj o.wner can have same" by paySPECIAL COMMISSIONER. Sheep Extra $3.60, good to choice Lawrenceburg, Ky. Prof. William ing kllicosCaud damage.. $33.50, common to fair $1.25,2.90. 1 Craig, of Bowling Green, was instrucLambs Good to choice $67, comMaysvllle, Ky. Stanley F. Heed u ly, : w. M. Arnold, Jr. tor of the Anderson County Teachers' mon to fair $4.255.75, itock ewes has been appointed Special Bank Cominstitute; Prof. E. H. Ireland, of Stan3.604.25. VX missioner In the Bank of Sardls case, ford, had charge of the music. One hew sijftjSiom ORs Sale: vice J. B. Durrett, resigned INJURIES PROVE FATAL. . bouse' and lot located on Rich-rndn- d PRESS ATTRACTS CROWDS. LEAVES OGDEN COLLEGE. sheet, just ''fculstde.' the Marlon, Ohio. Mrs. Deforeit - Pine Knot, Ky. The McCreary widow of a well known dry corporation. For terms apply to, Bowling Green, Ky. Dr. Alvln P.' County News, which recently bought goods merchant, died frbm Wurlea Edgar Muu.ins. the Somerset Times outfit, Is now In- sustained in alighting from a moving Lewis, several years president of Cgden 'Ml. Vuu on, Ky. stalled in the News building. People street car. July 141.' CerebraJ hemorrhage Pierce, college, has resigned. W. M. of Mississippi, a graduate of to the plant to see the press causea aeath. flock Yale, has been elected to fill the' va. . w. . work.imany, never having Been one in ? cancy. A operation before. That Tennyson or Longfellow could take a worthless OIL TANKS DESTROYED. Mount Vernon Monumental sheet of paper and write a poem on it and make it worth a traveling salesman," I am Hodgenville-Tw- o Carlisle. rA revival Is la progress Scio, Ohio. Lightning caused about valuable horses $75.0QQ-tha- t's genius and there are others who can among the Christian churches of CarwritesE- - E. Youngs, E. Berkshire belonging to Dr. E..S. Smith and Dr. 126,000 damage when it struck 4wo write a few words on a sheet of paper and make it worth oil lisle county, the, Bey. J. B. Brlhey of Albert Solomon, of Hodgenvllle, were tanks and 40.000 gallons of oil were Vt., "and vijas often troubled .with $8,000. 000 -- that's capital and this nation ot ours can take .Pewee Valley,, preaching at Carlisle, killed ,by lightning in a ravine on the burned. and indigestion till I . constipation an ounce and a quartea of gold and stamp upon it an Eagle-bir- d nd the Rev. R. W. Alexander at Confarm of Robert McDowell. of and . THE BANIpF.MT. VERNON Whlteshurg, Ky. The Kentucky Coal and Timber Development Co., which was organized recently with several million dollars capital, and which acquired 50,000 acres of choice coal and timber lands in Letcher and Knott counties, a large per cent of which Is In Knott county, makes the announcement that it will begin at crice steps looking toward the development of the property on a large scale. A railroad sixty miles long with branches will be necessary before the developments can be made. The company expects to spend several million dollars In the work. James W. Sewall Is at the bead of the corportlon, while other New York and Canada people are Interested. This will be one among the largest developments In Eastern Anderson, Ind. With all the power turned on, a motorman on an lnterurban car, which left here at 1:30, speeded, ahead of a cyclone which he saw bearing down upon Passengerg him from the West cloud and viewed the funnel-shapeseemed almost paralyzed with fear. The cyclone passed over the track jiist a few feet behind the car. Large trees were hurled across the track tearing down the trolley wire and telephone and feed wires. Indian-apolls-boun- mm, Exact Copy of Wrapper. d d inter-urba- n Bowling Green, Ky. The Bowling Green Quarries company and tha Green River Stpne company, have agreed to articles' of consolidation, creating a new corporation known as the Bowling Green & Green Rivers Quarries company. The new company starts with a capital stock of $50,000. The stockholders are Henry Armstead, of Louisville; Joseph Peters of Nash ville, and Samuel Plckels, of Bowling Green. BUILDING NEW PIKE ROAD. , CASTORIA THC CCNTAUR COMPANY. MCW YORK CITY. pimmfflmmmminmmnwmmimnmmmnimnnnnife! ST XL. VERNON TWO PERSONS KILLED. CMET DO. 1 H r ll Tlsgg5BiXw THE BANK OF MT. VERNON i a 'h-- & g OUCH METALICCASKETS Coffinsand Robes. GEORGE OWENS, 3 J. P. GRB5K , Dentist . f lliiiiuiiituuiiiftiuiuiiiiitiitiitiumiiiiiiiiiiiuumiiuiiiuiiR W. T. FRANCIS, -- -- rp:,l7 . Dentist Happy! jf,'PL6N: Williams, 83(0-84c- , 780c, ' JOFFICE. 3334c, 3486c. 3434c 3031c. 3232c, TAKE The ARE.YEAT. - Woman'sTohlc 3. C. MeCLARY E - . ?" -- i'V?"l Con-spicio- us - 64-p- ac ,,. t Stanford, Kv 883c3ig9xxc' & $x$x &y&xpc "1 CHAS. C. DAVIS THE DRUGGIST SAYS'. Id-ward- s, 7 THStf?3$MQf TA VEER tz . -- " -- "' beganrto use Dr. King's New Life jjills which I have found an ex- cellent remedy". For all stpmach Granite liver 0 Jkidney troubles they are Only 25 cents at Chas. kinds. u'nequaled. C. Dawis. . .. ', and Monuments of all Estimates furnished on application. GEQ-PWENS Manufact rer Marbles .v Taken Up: A black sow, weiehtabiiLi5o pounds, came to -- Propr . Pone 112' v; fliy place abtttft" six weeks ago. Owner can have same by paying , tall damage and cost. . rIjEfi.-MlDDI.ETON- A well known Des Moines woman after suffering miserable for two days from bowel com plaint, was cured by one dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea fRemedy. For sale by Chas. C. Pat is. . Children Cry C,h i ij , 'July 26-3- t. Mt. Vernonjr, Ky 6ATORIA FORTr FLETCHER'S " f"?gWff OR n .Cry I and no medicine or treatment I tried seemed 'to do me any good" writes H. M. Yonn?peters, Editor of The Sun; Lake Vfew, Ohio. "The first .few,dqses. of .Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets gave me surprising relief and "the scond bottle seemed' ,td give me a new stomach' and perfectly good J health", For. sale by. Chas.' C. ' SEEMED TO GIVE HIM A Taken. Up: On July ist. a bay NEW STOMACH. I suffered intensely. after eating horse about 5 years' old, 14 hands high, clear of blemish except those caused by harness. Owner can have same by, paying reason able charges. P. D. DeBord, 26-July Mt. Vernon, Ky. 3t cord. ' j and make it worth $20 -- that'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 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 nonsense-tr- y me. but-tha- Yours truly 4 - C. C. DAVIS, Mt. PHCWE No. 39 Vernon, Ky. A Davis. i sr..f.s y -- T oasx.qlbll Children, Cry FOR FLETCHER'S GFUDaiD PRINT