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ROCKCASTLE AlGlT 8 1913 f 1 GREATn IPl r II f I I A - DEPARTING FF1G.M i u p 01 tu iiinuiitimQ 11 TRflnfT!flMQ,M- - Vernon's BIG STORE 25 Pound Bum Granulated High Schools Aid In Develop- U.G. Baker stsssaE?s3a Sugar for $1 35 ing Kentucky Fruit Growing. 60,000 inn TREES IN ONE PLOT. " IfMMfiM I CONTINUES asaeataa'aMgnmfia mrimii" nririi a Oar Big Removal Sale will continue until all SPRING and SUMMER goods are sold, Througsof people visit this RIG SALE daily and all get the greatest bargains ever offered in this county. Prices still cut deeper. Goods must go, SKIRTS $1.98 $3.00 SKIRTS " 2.98 4.00 '. 2.98 4.50 " 3.79 5.00 " 6.50 459 $6. and $7. Voil Skirts 3.98 8. and 9. " " 5.98 LADIES' LOW SHOES Extensive Apple Growing Associations Launched In Rowan and Hardin Counties Movement Means Wider of Agriculture and Horticulture In Rural High Schools of the State. V-a- e We are going to CLEAN HOUSE THIS MONTH PLAIN & FANCY WASH SILKS If m 50 cent values Special to close in a whoop. 22 c The present year lias a groat Impetus given to the fruit growing Interests in Kentucky. Two different sections of the state have launched extenshe apple giowim; iixsoolailoni. Uoth tn Kowan and in Hardin counties the woik has heen helped and developed by our state department of agriiultuie. The department lias furnWied these counties se-e- n REMNANTS Remnant Calicoes f $1.50 Fil.re Suit CWs .lust 20 in the lot 90c This lot represents all the If Women's Summer Waists and Skirts Snow white $1 vaues Ladies Waists J.25& 1.50 Low Shoes .98 2.00 & 2.50 LowShoes 1.59 $3.00 Low Shoes $1.98 " 3.25 " $1.98 " 3.50 " $2.58 " 4.00 " $2.58 All White Shoes MEN'S AND BOYS' LOW SHOES $3 00 Low Shoes $1 98 " 3 50 w 2 38 " 4 00 " 2 90 " 4 50 " 3 35 " 5 00 " 3 75 WALK-OVER- S staple and ic shirting styles, tne vara 50c Women's Pongee Worth SI. 50 Remnant Waist Goods Such as white goods Irish Linens, figured ! Batistes and Lawns! wy.s- Silk Waists 75c 1em 1r,t'e ;; vav,' yXMffl aitle runts. Special, the yard Women's Black ard Blue Dress Skirts Worth up to 10 Special lOel 8 .98c " ' - 60.000 J.EWIA' eUSAlTED Remnant Percalles 12-U- - " - ITTM1BM !! HUNDREDS of BARGAINS We Have not Space To Mention with four standard varieties of applo trees five of charge and has also dittoed to adIse and train the members of the association In the care and general cultivation of the young trees and orchards during the next fne Values $2.75 m Remnant 12zC wars. When the newly grafted young trees were received by tlte association In Rowan county they were divided among the members, to be placed in home gardens for the summer's irrouth. In Hardin county it was deeded best to plant and cultivate the iu,0( .oung trees hi one nursery plot. Wliile plans Mere being discussed as to the best place and manner of eating for this nursery work the agricultural class of the county high school offered to take the trees and carry them through the shimmer until trans planting time next autumn. Just net to the high scliool at a fertile piece of sod land was broken and caiefully prepared for the tender young stock. The day the planting took place was made something of a gala day for the students, especially as two experts from the state agricultural station, a government expert and a I.ouIs Hie newspaper man came to inspect the work. When the (50.000 trees, enough to set l.."00 acres, were stacked in the side yawl they did not look as if they would require, much time to plant. But after the bundles were opened and tiny n I Women's white Dress Ginghams 8i eg Linen Skirts 98c Here's your opportunity Wool Dress Goods to buy a supply for summer. Home early is $L00 values, 50c yd as mited. as the supply Jb values, 37c yd 50 values, 25c yd Womens Oxfords Table Oil Cloth LE PATHS AND ROADS. walked around it and through it left the mountains because of bad evidences of unprogrossiven ;s and out in the decay hi;?, unkept roads, physicians, lawyers, farm tint I saw, ha ancing against A fine line of patterns. The fallowing extracts are taken orchard thinking on these things ers, dentists, preachers, teachers them the goodness of the people Special price on au excellent article by A. (pmlities from and I don't believe lever spent and business men. Ever) one oi of the mountains, their honesty nuult. L. Fletcher, publisht in Southern a more miserable half hour. It them is makirg good. J7cy(J I heir fearlessness, their high, Good roa Is of Lexington, N. was tragedy that's all The people of the mount li us standards and their unfailing rthe best roid journal in the Scnth. was not the only empty do not fret and chafe under the charity, and my faith in their That Remnants 25c Sheeting The Grayson county spoken of by house. I noted them all along weary load imposed by bad roids. ability to work out their own beyond Bristol in a he writer is Between Roaring Gap 'as do the people of the iowiands. salvation. a'on lines best suited the road in lengths to 3 yds Virginia adjac-n- t to North Caro and Sparta, in Alleghany county and this very fact discourages to them, flishedout triumphant lina but is not in the territory I am sure there are, at the very the friends ol the good roads over time special I know that they of good roads inaugurated by lowest calculation, twenty vacant cause. They accept their lot with will solve the road problem in Carolina and Western North Ten a sort of fatalism and ti udge time, just as they solved the 117 MEN'S and BOYS Virginia. Twel e houses aloug the roadsides South Western thy.se through of the mud . f years ago every one stoic illy, liquor question and destroyed c .unties in the latter portion houses, the most ol them huuib e resignedly Occasionally, a high-t- the cross roads grogshop and ' Narth Carolina Ins voted bonds sure, but homes, 'or 11 spirited, impatient j'oungster, distillery years before the people be $1.25 Values, special 5QC to large amounts mi addition e n wlio lias been away to that, were occupied. college of the lowlands took action against , already used, to the amount ol Sparta and Jefferson, 01 e . a and got a taste of the benefits them. May their awakening be, $ i ,440.000 ior the construction of great many emptv hon e- and that come from good roads, or delayed. lie' r. ads. South West Virgiuia between Sparta and Grant, Vir- who has caught a vision of some- not long counties have voted one and a ginia, there $100 REWARD $100. are probably fifty or thing better, breaks away, as th s half million. more. These are to be seen young physician did, from the The waders of this pijer will "I went back to the mountains right along the big road" and ways of his father and be pleased to learn that there j leads last summer, baclr ti the land no attempt is made to estimate for better things, but the great is i at lea-.- t one dreaded disease that s nee has been able to cure ii where I was born and where my the number of vacant houses that majority of the young men of all its stages, and tint is Catan' people before me, many genera-- t coves and valleys of mesu mountain counties ?re Hall's Catarrh C u e is the only had lived uud died dot the lous of them following in the ways their I nsttive cure t.ow known to the many yeus. those good counties. I had been away Ashe county, instead of gaining fathers trod, boaring the same medical fraternity, Catarrh being Newspapers and magazine work " WA in population in the last decade, galling load that they bore and a constitutional disease, requires ?'Wt does not permit one to wonder a constitutional treatment Hall's Alleghaney lost i4. it has never even occurred to lost 507. far afield and my long unbrokeu Catarrh Cure taken Grayson -- county sho.vs a gain but them that such a thing as a "365 acting directly is upon internally lowlands had not cninim. ; the blood jail of the gain is in three or f ur day road" is possible. and mucous surfaces of the sysb;en of my own choosing. My OUT YUCM1 small towns which have grown Wha' the future of this mount tem, thereby destroying the HIGH SCHOOL BOYS SI.TTINO srocK. heart had been there; many a I with tae coming of railroads ain section is to be none can foundation of the disease, and t hunches one time, but my work did not permit UP g'Ving the pitient strength by Imtwl hjj-- that could ho held in All omn.,,1 n,.o..., ...,., nnti()ilti yal'onri'.liri. i.iivit v,.u.ov,u tuUu Rarely was there and were not in existence when tell k.,;u; of vacations up the constitution an 1 ,,,, , tmimi fh ,...K , t!11. , .) "Ulli the census of i9oo was takeu meie is progress wise. Lee. assisting nature in doing its work. e(1 a dewey morning that I did not flrst at the bundles and then at the Every country township shows a Smyth, Washington, Wythe and The propritors BIG BARGAINS IN have so much well worked ground, hear in fancy the staccato bark in population. Tazewell counties are buildiug faith in its curative powers that The splendid part of this work lie decrease Stoves and Ranges of the gray . quirrel on the rugged Bad roads, alone, is responsible. macadam roads and perhaps thev offer One Hundred Dnllsrc in the fact that the high school is step "Paddy" or over on sides of the We are the onlycar load musiy I met a boyhood friend and school Grayson will yet get in line. for any case that it fails to cure ping out&iae or tne oiu, narrow, and is limits of cducutionoi tradition the "Nigger" to the fast of my old handlers in the county mate, a physician, who, like me, So far as I was able to observe, send for list of tes'imonial. doing something of very detlnite value and rarely a drowsy sumhome, Acdr.ss F. J. Cheney & Co., for the community. It will undoubted was making a visit to home folks. however, there was not the slightmer evening when I did not Toledo, Ohio, ly bo of great benefit to the boys who home to est indication of interest in road Sold He said he came back by all Druggists, 75c do the work, their fathers, their friends dream, just a few seconds, of the finished college improvement. Ashe and Alle- Take Hall's Family Pills for and neighbors, in gaining n new view-- j of the speckled j practice after he leap point of what education will mean in and'and Put ln ,our years at the ghany counties have not even good constipation. out as r the coming years. work of is life, driving examples in counties surrounding The development of Kentucky's re took my grasshopper along the hardest REM. RKABLE CURE OF through mud, over stony roads, to encourage them and it is gosources should be the flrst aim of everj banks of Beaver Creek or Little citizen, and when the enormous pruc DYSENTERY. lengthening up well nigh impassable grades ing to be even slower there, ln Buffalo, under the tical value of this work Is realized it bis horses and many times the South Western pait of North "I was attacked with dysentery give a great Impetus to every fom. shadows of the grand old mount- - killing He woke Carolina, things are humming. about July 15th, and used the f agricultural endeavor. life. oinc of Ashe. Last summer in endangering his . v.: and Bond issues are being Voted almost ro tor s mtdicine uc other If this work is a pronounced succ-lUHL t. was i.sii: """& the middle ot August, I broke lo lue Iaci remedies with no relief, only this year it will naturally mean a witt wife and daily and great things are being away from my wotk and went self and doing his getting worse all the time. I was er use of agriculture and horticulture babies an injustice by remaining done. In time this will reach unable to do anything tin rural high back home. and my in ourstate. When schools over wil 1:: whole this comes It u, couniy Ashe and Alleghany but it ni3y weight dropped from I45 to 125 the writer tells ot a mere ana ne movea 10 (Here also mean that each community wil pounds. I suffered for about two be willing to put much larger sums o prominent family who had moved of macadam roads, where peace be a long time. But my mountain trip was months when I was advised to money Into its school than It ba li away on account of the bad roads) and contentment reigns and the. many hig ihe past. Let us hope And that Lome, which had been people are prosperous and pro-on- not all vacant houses and bad ue Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera ichools will lollow this that splendid start and Diarrhoeatietnedv. I used Vemon There was of the best in all the land, gressive. He is doing well, liviug roads. Far from it. two bottles of it and it gave me enough brightness every day to more than a memory and working in comfort, was nothiug permanent relief " writes B. W,' in the community and the old! He went on and named a dozen overshadow the sadness and 1 Hllnf Snmv Hill TST P. FOR FLETCHER'S For house was rotting down. I other bright young men who had ; put behind me resolutely the sale by Chas. C. Dais. I URI let All the new styles All leathers, black, f, tan, white Nubuck AU$3, 3. 50 & $4 Slippers Special sensational mce up 4ZO . Q idc Pearl Trim, Buttons Newest designs Big 10 to 15e values. o HATS l$t-u- r - SpeeialJuly price while they last a doz 5c M-f- - Great Reduction in BT -- CLOTHING FURNITURE TI ie only furniture store in Mt. Vernon Good Goods Rioht Prices u J i . soul-stirrin- g 1 I Carpets, Rugs and Druggets ? .;:;;::;;;;. ii;;: ;:;;;;:::::! J! i:!!i::::!!! .! "" e e Mt. 11. G. BAKER Mt. Vernon s Children Cry CAS TJO R A ;5jiCgg - (c c 1(9(1 iisati c o4ai99BQId tcotSvasekwiKi'jifv c e c ee'!5 .rfr fiX ,i"MTf'fiiri ii'm- - eeoiiite-'Mu- U o o .....jLljCf ?ooyvf v TfcV - .'.-? '. ' I. J-vmmm. ,,..- - rl r s i i era Remember we have the Fair where everybody enjoys themselves best. We spend more to entertain you free than any other Fair in the country. This will be the banner year. Good R n. 71 naEaflaattaggraMare? iatJMnW.'JPTIT'' iiklU eason and Gran r)A.JLiUUl 3 scension DBKH WILD Good Music. Shows sSSSaeCS3aS35SKS3aSa of the Exciting Type the past. i Your friends will all be there. Admission as COiVfE AND MEET YOUR FRIENDS iwirrnn-TT.i-hifr- Come to the Fair and enjoy yourself as in Reduced rates on all railroads. usual 25 cents. Mim n hi rnnrrriii r liaili II IMMMMII IIMill 1111 I MT. VERNON SIGNAL Friday, Aug s, 1913 your orsranizition to take this com-nicrci.il Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $I.OO on ninitPr up with the various organizations along the proposed Booties Highway and 111 set yourselves right this matter. Yours very truly, Signed JokF. BOSWOKTH. Half a dozen automobiles wcie here during the Fair Some thing unusual for this part of .the world. This week may be your last chance to buy $3 and 2.5o Straw Hits at Fish's for a Dollar Bill. Don't miss it The State Agriculture Exhibit was a complete and attractive iv, well attended andappreciat d di-pi W. H. SOWDER CANDIDATE FOR Spring and Summer showing of JUDGE L. Advertising rates made known application BHTHURUM, FOR CONGRESS. V. County Judge Earnestly Solicits Your Young Men's Go!fches Old Men and Boys' From Barboursville, the home of by our farmers. Caleb Powers, comes the informaCounty Clerk Bowman rej orts MEMBER OF tion that not only will Powers the following marriages, this week; KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION shortly announce that he will not Alva B. Proctor and Lauretta STR v Le a candidate next year for the Gill; Thrrison Griffin and Martha Republican nomination to succeed K ticker; Jas. Drew and Lillie himself in Congress, but that he Issacs; Hubert Fields and Z?lla will endeavor to throw all of Owens. his strength to Charles Fmley. It is taid an agreement was The Signal force took the inos' COPY OP LETTER entered between Powers and Fin- - of the week off and after the three Support A square deal has always been our motto. clean administration with justice to all and none. I statu! lor tlte reduction or salaries and .such as wi'l enable the Fiscal Court to lighten WtLWm I promise you a special privileges to economy 111 nnanciai the burden of the tax ' pa ers. I believe all men were created equal and should be so recognired regarbless of race, color, politics and religion. Elect me Comity Judge and you 'will find me at all times ready to Clothes Which Senator Joe F. Bosworlh Addressed , race that the the Louisville Commercial Club, aside in favor on the Boone Way. Middlesboro. Ky., July, 5, 19i3 Mr. Morrow, Secretary, Louisville Commercial Club. Louisville, Ky. My dear Sir: Being a member of the Louisville Commercial Club and very much interested in the welfare of Louisville and its best interests my reason for writing this letter. I was iu Cincinnati on last Thursday and met a member of the Commercial Club and in conversation with him found out in some way that the Commercial organizations along the proposed Boones Highway had for some reason become miffed at the Louisville Commercial Club and the Louisville papers, for the reason that they were not talcing active interest in helping to secure to legislation from Congress Old Wilderness macadamize the Road or Boone's Highway and that the Cincinnati people were taking advantage of this and its commercial organizations were having meetings endorsing the movement and have actually already secured the support of the Ohio Congressmen to back the movement of this highway and to have in other words, they seem somewhere Louisgotten it from ville was against the building of this highway and was using all of their energies in other directions, aud that Cincinnati saw a good opportunity to make a point in its favor and are actually making the best of it, and I believe are creating a feeling in this part of the state that will be very lasting in Cincinnati's favor, if Louisville don't -- ley before the last congressional or lour mouths strenuous work, former would step through which we have all passed, of the latter pro- we ceilainly eut.tled to a few weie vided Finley fvould not oppose days vacation. The result :s that him iu that election, aLd that he the paper is not only short of local has now been called on bv Finley news but is a day late, but we and his friends to keep that promise to get hack to business agreement. Powers, it is said, next week and give you a pood lie demurred at first but the de paper each week In next wepk's mauds were of such a n.itu:e he issue will be a lull account 01 the realized he could not win the Big Mt. Vernon Fair. nomination with opposition from THE BEST PAIN KILLER. the Finley factiou and was forced Bucklen's Arnica Salve when to submit. No matter which ol makes the race lor the applied to a cut. Drutse. sprain, the two '"' "' '"' nomination or if both of them de- - "Ul" , the sktn will unmodmeiy remove cide to enter the primary beorj.ul paiu H H ChamoerUin of they will have opposition in the Clinton. Me., says: "It robs person of Judge Leonard W. cuts aud other injuries of their Bethurum, County Judge of Rock- terrors. As a healing re nedy its castle county aud a member of equal don't exist". Will do good for you. the Republican State Central C Da is Only 20 cts. at Cha. Committee Judge Bethurum has been a prospective aspirant for the nomination for several months but it was learned yesterday from personal and political a close friend that he will shortly make ks& JwL NURSING Judge a formal anno'incement. MOTHERS Bethurum is regarded as one of particularly need the pre- digested nourishment in SCOTT'S the strongest Republicans in the EMULSION. It creates strength ! Eleventh district, and in addition I.' I and rich, active blood. It insure to his own strength can comjl abundant nourishment and keeps J baby growing. mand the strength of his biother Soott & Bownc. Bloomfield, N. J. Judge B.J. Bethurum, presiding over the judicial circuit composed of Pulaski, Rockcastle. Clinton and Wayne counties. This combination, the politicians say, will Louisville be hard to beat. of ftra Times. do the thing that's tigh. With kindest regards, to all I remain, Yours respectfully, W. H. SOWDER. We have never before displayed so exten- sive a line of well selected young men's suits as this season. Believing that we have clothes that will appeal t you, we would like you to come iu ami see our lino. RACKS KiRST DAY Aug. 13 GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER j Whether to look or to lu we shall be glad to have an opportunity to how you these good clothes. " Brodhead Ky fif"" mmymyarsr.' ?ga COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robes, Tnil TnlfirriLh or Tele- o v.LM?HHIUE.j;Hea4H.VX l rjhone orders Promptly --i X i- lHggfcBggMlllgml 2ium8im i j rl E. L. Cockrcll Filled. Livingston Ky. llflv $ c$Dcfc xcSoc P. HL Conover 'C. & MT. Williams, VERNON. ATTORNFY-AT-LA- MT. VERNON, Phone 49-- uermsiKY, . Fron tRooms over Baker's Store 4 DDX3!C-- KY. tOFFICE. - On 2rd. floor o TheBankof Mt. Vernon, on Churc street. Special attention given , to collections. Phone No. 8n. Deposit a Part of Your Earnings iu the Peoples Bank No matter how large or how small your earning, or income, every man. woman and child should sav a part and lay it by. The " Kainy Day " may come, but it is tar less likely to come it' you have a Savings Account, for ".Money in the Bank' is often a Good Fiieud that will help you over rough places . One dolhr opens the account BANK WITH US Manufacturers Monuments SUFFERED ECZEMA FIFTY Granite I aud of all FOUND, the place to buy Spectacles and Eyeglasses for $1,50 and up. Gold, Silver and Aluminum Frames. Largest selection in town. Kjvs tested Free. Years of experience. .IHWELUR AND OPTICIAN. COX W. T.. FRANCIS, Dentist Mt . Vrivi. r x " K m The Cincinnati people actually told me that Sherley, your Louis be ville Congressmen would congressagainst it and all their men were in favor of it already . I believe it would be well for get busy. awful burning, itching, smarting skill disease known as "te'ter"' Eczema. for another name Seems good to realize, also, that Dr. Hobson's Eczem i Ointment has proven a perfect cure. 'Mrs. D. L Kenney writes: "I canuot sufficiently express my YEARS -- NOW WELL kinds. jjjo Liumuvo Seems a long time to endure the on application. tux uiijuuu J. C. MOORE BROS. STORE Home and office in the late residence Myers irmeiH C GEO. OWENS Propr. Poie 112 J.C.JVK5LARY UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER thanks to you for Mur Dr. It Hobson's Ezcema Ointment has cured mv tetter, which has troubled me for over fifty years " All druggists, or by mail 50c. PPEIFFER CHEMICAL CO. St. Louis, Mo. Philadelphia, Pa. Stanford, Ky. COSTLY TREATMENT. constip troubled '1 was indigestionwithand .peni tion and hundreds of dollars for medicine H and treatment", writes O. wen-tArk "I Hines. of Wh'tlow, a St. Louis hospital, also to hospital in New Orleans, but nr On returmnp cure was effected began talcine Chmb- r home I Iain's Tablets, and worked rich! along. I used them for some time and am now all right'. Sold by Chas. C. Davis. o PEOPLES BANK MT. VERNON, KY'. - 1 A ktf'iTTTW-y- r III MT VFRNHN S HNA J II Ml vn 11 I T L I1 1 1 r. . Vi P R. Urock spent a portion t U1 week v.ith His nanghter .Mrs kl n v F can wan wu. 7y ...- .- '4, v ' you toCommuniJE.-Albright: cute wlthSlGNAL . .: . ..1 .' Air. and Alis. Withe .Martin, ut Lynchburg Va , are visiting Mr. and Airs. S. H. Martin. Thompson, ot Crab Chirli Orchard, is visiting relatives here and .attending the fair. IUOUiGV'LLE i NASHVlLLC R R.CO. Mrs. A. W. Stewart and daugh TIME TABLE. ter. Miss Marv were here from 4.51) p m 22 north Madison during the wtelc. 31 m.rfH ri; a m Mr. and Mrs. j. U Myers were 11:38 a u' 'Jo south here from Wil iamsburg, this week 21 .South 12:19 aru risiting relatives and attending! Tas. Landrum, Agent. the fair. Phom No. 8. . Mr. Vkknon, Ky., Aug a 8. - ic,'3 ""J ri JG. .IBee. -- Mss bird Perkins nt Ursb Orel iui a d. . erit the week with Mrs. V. - wmmbww im mbm mi WgaEMMm:mm&&Mzmiimamz&m&MmmammimmmmmMam. WmmitWilsSSSKBtttBKHKKKMSSS &- niin an tfSEggrrbL t umhwi m ji mamm iimn ! i mi a i ' , 79 . -- S ANY will .- -. . visitors to the MT. VERNON FAIR take advantage of the opportunity to con-venien- iw Mt Vernon, s stcond-cias- visit this splendid Clothing Store of ours You'll like it's arrangement and its It's worth a visit. ce 1 V w I ( - vr I -- w v.. ' ' - (fftT - ) You'll see the greatest tocfc of fine Clothing and things to wear for Men, Young Men, Boys and Children that's to be seen anywhere in Rockcastle County j N &&&& w&sm&tix t' i.';'iV;TilH!42flf3slR WMyzxft s w ?- There is --, MUCH IN A NAME, particularly on LOCAL It oftentimes REFLECTS UPON THE .STANDARD ONE SETS FOR HIMSELF. Then why things you wear. have the ) not on your clothes which means the Mt. Vernon certainly puts on the lairs. highest standard? the ordinary kind. cost no more PERSONAL was a big success and The Fair . mmrftm$mmxz2 We assure you courteous treatment whether you purchase or not, then some. &s&m3ti utfw,i Jfen Fishback is at home from and if you do purchase we deliver the good- free The special features at the Fair fSlvsVbyville. -zr-Wii- hi by Parcel Tost, Jolia Robins was up from Rrod made a big hit. jhend Tuesday. Dr. M. Pennington was in from Louis--yill- e y "W. Bertha attending the fair. .F. L. Durham was in Saturday. More than four thousand were is visiting in attendance on second day of Fair. .Miss Joe DavU rlaiives in Buruside. The hie ostiich (turkevl hit up a Kussel M. Proctor ishometrom pare that would make the jckiesl Hiedelburg. for the Fairs. dj..y. Elmer Carpenter was home from The Signal force attended the Danville, during the week. Fair for the tnree days. Couldn't Miss Marie Brock is with her miss it. sitter Mrs. E S. Albright, It done one good to see the .Mr. and Mrs. Casper Adams smile of satisfaction on the faces of m All .are bere from Harrisburg, 111. those attending the Fair. Uiss Eugenia Fishback is visiThe concession people were well ting re'Uives in Moreland Ky. 1IIIIIH pleased with their receipts and the Edgar Moore and Ora Adams good of the people at ther nature twere over from Berea yesterday. innocent amusement. Miss Bertie Perkins is the Next week Brodhead will put on guest of Mrs. W. G. AIcBee. MOTHERS! HAVE YOUR the general entertainment and ather fair. Drop down and see it, .Mrs. Fannie Sowder is Here CHILDREN WORMS? tractions will be ni3de. Many new They have worked and spent ir'rom Lebanon Junction for the Are they feverish restless, irri- features will Le added next year. money for a successful exhibition. fair table, nervous, dizzy or constipated A little boy having seen the adTo the people of Rockcastle Do they continually pick their Mr. and Mrs. Bragg Thompson vertisement of the big ostrich ex County: I feel that 1 have made a nose or grind their teeth? Have of Crab Orchard, are here for the claimed when it started around cood fmht and won the race, and ine mumping pain, irregular ami fair. 1 uese ravenous appetite. are the track at break neck speed: now I am ready to serve you. My all in here with tl e sigrs of worms. Worms nut Homer Wallin ' Oh, Mr Griffin, is it a sure miff word is with you and 1 shall strive only cause your child suffering, o a Danville Band playing for the r r turkiy?" to put my platform thiough and but stunt its mind and growrh. g "g Fair. 2u g mike it active. I thank all of Give Ivickapoo Worm Ivillei" g . a g REPUBLICAN ? Z Mohe Boosters. J. M. ltob Mrs. J. A. Mercer, of Frazier, those who voted and assisted me. at once. It kills and removes worms, iraprovis your child's is with her mother, Mrs E. B. inson, Norton & Co., vh " O ej who voted the censure ii ps dry goods, Louisville, have con"" pa w & ot iJ a o .r-- K.. PQ P c I do notme as thisthose free country appetite, regulates stomach, liver Brown; against is a tributed to Boone Way fund and The symptoms Repreentatle, Luker iyj i(J6 4i) 14 6b '10? Ti5 62 5t) iOu 19 and every man has the right to and bowels. your child made Frank Mullins. M. Pouts and joined the Band. disappear and is iO 3' Howard iG 6 0 8 8 2 21 3 17 others were here from London for vote according to the dictates of happv and healthy, as nature 1(5 rllnmpson 1 2o S i3 12 10 31 I3 5 3 The many friends of Dr. Monroe '.the fair. his own conscience. On arising intended. Chas. C. Davis or by (i Ii 0 11 Woodward 6 6 6u 2 3 3 Miss Ella Thompson, of Dauville Pennington, of Bertha, in Knox, last Sunday morning I took a bath, mail, 2sc. 81) County Judge, Balhrd go 86 5'J 80 J8 Sg 13;") 116 166 73 Ivickapoo Indian Medicine and Alza Laurel, Jackson, Clay, Bell and Miller is with Misses Susie 2O to the suprise of my wife, but I 16 5S 93 I14 7h 4 42 5r 1I4 4 Company. Rockcastle are mentioning him as 6.r) f)8 '.Thompson. CountyAttornev, Gentry told her that my promise was out Philadelphia. Pa. St. Louts, Mo. 68 9i 7i 84 76 47 75 93 1I4 suilable candidate for congress V Thompson 9 18 re- - a 21 yl 12 5 to the people and that if they 13 li 4 jMiss Sallie Reynolds has Dr. Lock, who is conducting the district. Sii 15 Lewis 69 qg 81 IS 3O ?4 38 45 24 would elect me that I would make a pleasant visit from the eleventh uurned home after campaign for the State Board of County Clerk, Niceley 58 61 5O So 98 3S 78 43 57 43 109 them a clean officer and that I was Health, against The bicyclist, Devolo, in hic dan.in Stanford. the diseases of iQQ L iQl 105 Bowman 50 148 95 87 93 29 70 now started on my promise. T. Hockley, Jr., was here gerous and sensational ride down Tuberculosis, Hookworm and other J. 64" Sheriff, Mullins 60 9o 36 7S 46 91 105 4 79 53 Words nor pen can not express :srom Lincoln county, "Wednesdaj the high, steep and narrow track, 1 5 Branainan 22 did splendid 2I worm diseases, 10 10 10 2 9 9 4 leaping across the gap in mid-ai- r niy gratitude. I say thanks to work while visiting our Fair. The Langlord 29 85 i09 56 61 :aud Thursday. 48 i2i 45 154 3 39 to another platform, is highly 65" Davis 62 81 Supt. Schools, 72 5O 3T" oue and all. i9 48 142 51 134 .Miss Edna Davis spent la-- t microscopic exhibition, showing commended for his clever perform 1O1 Respt. yours, wartl 76 24 21 19 31 14 47 30 105 44 with Miss Stauford in greatly enlarged portions of fly week Anderson 2o 6 11 23 25 21 ances. G. M. BALLARD. legs, gave the public a good idea of I7 .74 3I 15 3 Gladys Southard. 20 Kincer 3 1 30 11 12 10 9 13 3 ir The Kockcastle Home Telephone the manner this pest carries Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Dyche and 1 Jailer, 5 2 Jones r o i35 i7 46 10 10 13 RESOLUTIONS. has been bought by local disease and deposits it on our foods 02 Winstead iOI 23 51 16 5O children, of London, are with Mr. Co. 12 15 31 33 54 parties and is now actually a home 1 Evans ; 1 7 8 5 18 1 -- . Ashi.axo Lodge No. G40 which we eat. He demonstrated Hali. 7 3 and Mrs. R B. Mullins. (J 1 Me.Kinney 2 7 0 8 1 lo 12 37 institution as well as in name. A 7 the practicability of a sanituiy F. & A. M. Harry Bird and Charley Lawson 1" Mink 2 1 1 18 26 9 24 3 32 4 new switchboard will be put in at Whereas, It has pleased our toilet that can be economically con1 are here from Williamsburg with 19 Dimley 9 6 o o o 2 21 5 29 Mt. Vernon and all lines re will flies Riddle 2 16 1 1 0 o the Williams Comedy Co. 7 7 n iO Snoreme Grand Master to call structed, whichdisease preventthence 4 imor repaired and an from 1 7 12 o Pars ins o 8 26 15 our worthy brother, W. N. Rob-- t from carrying - nlltAI llkl..--. 7 3 52 Misses Clyde Watson, Blanche proved service given tosiibscMib-er- s TM. A...- - nlt.n ui min--- i 1 18 1 Mize o 1 6 1 : o o 20 lauics. i lie erts, from labor here to rest 111 uu uui uii Howell and Mildred Robins were 21 S 36 Baker 12 and patrons. , 86 10 34 4 5 40 44 the Celestial Lodge 011 high; Dr. will personally superintend the " iO Sowder 2o 1 o 8 iup from Brodhead Monday. 2 5 9 3 i. 3 building of such toilets free of For Sale: Modern ur ing Assessor, Rash yj 7! 45 6(3 82 Tj 82" F33 3T" therefore be it. Mrs. George Furgerson and 157 123 theatre and dance Resolved, That in the death of charge to those will within the Creech 21 n 38 20 84 22 40 2i i2 33 30 cMiilrlrrn are the PUeStS of Mr picture shov, hall in new western city fuUy Brother Roberts we lose a worthy next two weeks notify him through . Bnrdetle 27 -- 5 22 2 28 10 10 63 84 3 31 and Mrs. Clarence Furgerson. equipped, ready for running any Surveyor, member four lodge, ajustand:our County Judge, your family Wilson 57 57 J2 Ji 47 35" 65 63 32 79 55 is here Miss Winifred Wanzer 1 Singleton 83 8 Good 8 2o kind of show or dance. 11 10 20 upright Mason, and a good physician, or Chas. C. Davis' dn 'g 5 14 9 Urbana Ohio, the guests of money maker. from store Containers for specimens Mullins 2o 10 12 12 42 24 48 39 33 40 24 Price $12500. citizen. To her sister, Mrs. A. B Furnish Coroner, 2g Catron 27 (ij 83 56 58 57 33 74 70 Will trade for good property or Brother Roberts departed this for a free examination of the hookShadrick, of sell part down b ilia nee on easy Miss Melsadie life full of years ripening with worm may also be obtained from For Magistrate First District, W. M. Sowder, and A.J. Pike for Constable. ob- Crab Orchard, is here for the fair term. For further particulars, age and experience; he was, the same parties, or may be For Magistrate Second District, Louis McGuire. and B. A. Riddle for Constable. . . toiiiMl !if ttif Krndhpad Fnir mvt the guest of Mrs. C. B. McKenzie. address, w" O. C. Evans, worthy aud well qualified, ana For Magistrate Third District, Sherman Chasteen, and Earnest Clark for Constable. Iweek and other points through- Brinkley James Williams and Richmond, Ky. duly and truly prepared for ad For Magistrate Fourth District, J. L Arnold, and Harvey Alcorn for Constable. exhi- Gooch and Louie Lowenthal were Primary held the same day did not attract quite so much attention as the Repubmission into the Celestial Lodge jout the countv where free The Democratic The election of last Saturday rtC- 1li?nctii'iVlOC nvtll VA "- "" . over from Somerset during the f lican, as there was no opposition in any of the races, except Jailer. The following is the Democratic above where our Supreme Grand "" passed off quitely all over the . ...1 temporarily 1.,. W :n esuiuiisneu. ut. Fair. Mini iirz II Master preside ticket as nominated : Judge, V. H. Sowder; County Attorney, J. V. Lee; County Clerk, James county except Crooked Creek, and by his Lock whbes it emphatically underL F. Wallen. of Gum Maret; Sheriff. D. M. Cress, Jr.; Jailer, Tom Rowe, who defeated W. A. Todd by 5 votes, Todd Mrs. properly vouched for it was not a very serious ntture, stood that the treatment- and the receiving 90 and Rowe 95. visiting her daughters what happened there. Dick Morris Lord and Master, whom he loved S lphur, is medicine are absolutely fiee, as Votes in the county for Magistrate in the Third District, W.G. Mullins, and in the Fifth District. and served on earth. .Mrs. Alice Tate and Mrs. J. F. and young Allen, a son of Willis campaign is being conducted W. M. Hurst. We sympathize with his widow this Mr. Hurst has no opposition. Griffm. R. P. Norton for Magistrate Second district. Allen, engaged in a little encouuter of !h,e the S,ate. lor the The Progressives received 1 vote in the county which was cast at Livingston. and his friends and neighbors whol Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Adams of and during the scuffle a gun was mourn his departure; but we can people ot this county, ootn ncn Harrodsburg, 111. are expected to accidently discharged, the ball is only remind them that he is not and poor, as no one immune. Teturn to Mt. Vernon to live some striking a man by the name of The Signal man hopes to meet dead, he is only asleep resting lime next month-Mr-s. Singleton, inflecting a slight flesh CAUSES OF STOMACH all his friends at the Brodhead fair after a long and well spent life and wound in the leg. R. L. Thompson next week. You migln slip that here; he cannot, and would not if TROUBLE daughter, Miss Carry May. of due subscription in your Fish-MillE, past as It came Sedentary habits, lack of out he could, return to us; we can. Crab Orchard, are with Mrs. W. quite a surprise when on last pocket and bring it along. He if we will, go to him. Let us so door exercise, insufficient mastica- M. Poy nter this week. needs it and would like very much liv nnd nerform our duties here l,tion of food, constipation, a Sunday afternoon the announce to have it. A. H. Bastin was over from ment was made that Mr. Floyd as to injure a joyful reunion with torpid liver, worry and anxiety, closed a deal wtth Miller, youngest son of Mr. and Lancaster and i lYMciiy-inHthose who have gone before and , evereatmg partaking of food and Ten or more caj local parties for the sa'e of his Mrs M. J. Miller and Miss Daisy Wanted: a happy life in the great here drink not suited to your age and telephone interests in this county. Fish, the oldest daughter of Mr. oids of sassafrass roots delivered after. occupation. Correct your habits yM.r.-w.YiYiIWjWr MmmcgcTMi after Sept. 1st, 1913 at Btodhead Mrs. Al Homes, Mrs. and Mrs. T. Fish had been Mr. and Tablets and take Chamberlain's E. S. Albiight ( TsIiTjKivMsrM "s&nsssss Ky. For particulars write R. E. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs united in the holy bonds of Committee. and you will soon be well again. E. B. Cox Bragg Thompson of Crab Orchard, matrimony. Knobs Essential Oil Co , . A. B. Furnish 1 The marriage took For sale by all dealers. . July-4-4t- . Brodhead, Ky. are with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Poyn-ter- place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Miller and was witnessed HOW THE TROUBLE STARTS has by only a few friends and relatives. The Mt. Vernon Fair is over, and Rev. George S. Watson The president, offrcrs a '1 all . Florsheim Slices for Men w.10 Constipation is the cause of many accepted the call to the pastorate The ceremony was performed by ear at Fislrs. connected with our fair d d vi'ient after the Brodhead Fair everyone ailments and disorders that make for Infants and Children. will settle down to business and seivice for it surras of the Presbyterian church at Rev. Tinsley of the Christian life m'serahle Take ChamberThi Kind. You Have Always Bought lain's Tablets, keep your bowe's He church. We join with a host of await the coming o h next-year- 's Bonneville, Owsley conutv be greater regulT and vou will avoid these The drouth cut the Floral Hall to this attractions which v will leave Mt. Vernon sometime friends in extending Bears tho For sile by Chas. C. will be Signature 0 diseases. than ever. The g u nh in September greatlv to the splend d young couple our most more than three fourths of the FOR FLETCHER'S Davis. expected exhilit. greatly improved a: d f i'liies for hearty congratulations. regret of Mt. Vernon people. as mail matter. iRnlereil at the Ky. Postoffice mm? FISH LABEL They than s'J-j?L-3fcV?&- i&immmm mgwm - Stand What ou Buy."j Around the Corner Next to the Court House cJheek Your Valises and Hand Baggage Write Your Uetters Make Yourself at Hems - flu This With Our Compliments ! !! OFFICIAL COUNT OF SATURDAY'S PRIMARY IN ROCKCASTLE. -- ile.-.al- 15 55 1 - I Vv ! - u, LJC I - rata EHKittttiil' . u -- CASTORIA I Children Cry 1 idwffitefa CASTORIA 1 r fcigw in .r7i3n .itmin.VTuti . vwr n'-cuncomplainingly. I lira major:: 7 'Hn nnd en.d1ured. v:lil patience the weakening sichne eo tit. . r.i- -'t .voirci do, tv.cy woiml asK W.r isamediate sympathy nna locL lor a : d- - c:rc. iY. d raiser and suffering by tyrning Many women have bee-- i raved fio- to the right remedy Dr. Pierce's, lav. ri: Prorfrj,io.7 a remedy winch i saU -' wobkert A man cannot St- -, underlain t- -. ii"iJ- f f ' " - many women enduro ;1 LTRY BA j Hfc 3l j f V & ide I "v5: t:'-- WfMT HWfHILE? Monster Barbecue Kentucky's Fowls In 1910 Val- to Be Given by J. N. Camden at Versailles, Aug. 20, 1913 c: rggWaHBgBgJggJgSggjfa &&si Si P I BSSljN ' i alterative extract ot roots, mad- - with by that famous specialist in l! Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Ia.titutc cf P-:- r :- to tne .u.i to iflyceri.i, a..a .:rtt Rii-ect won ua Dr. R. V. Pierce, of the n KuQ-ilo- , 14. Y. vmm& MP ' MllS. BrfC Si., Mils. Li:-'!"- . :i. IIr.ssur.nnm. of Lincoln, l . iih i.'vch yii'.iMire :o that some "1 - nl :i Fa?:ris.j,' o .,nh of your lvmcd:. . Mill, vu:n:!i nay l.i., trouble" lMt altt-- taKiiig .1 lwi.si "n1 t.ilif.!" .:V Viwritioii. wblel.im-a mo Loill. ft Dr. iy much ,wd UK- fnind .1 wi.iil niv-i17-1- )., U'ti!-io..S-- i!-1- - . -- f- - r i- S i! .'- f kivh i.f k 1).'. !'!' 7. - I.'"'' : Tl'-si 5 l- s 1 ju:-ii 1 A""5 inyM'!f 0:1 'A' ii give uow J Jllll ccuhI. nil ow "I L'r.' I -' - ir uvu 11. 1 jeais um, xnV l'h:ic! . i''.ivr...- - i iu.,t. 'lioa u 1..1: tril. Doctor Pierce's Pleasant Ptiicts rs&ilutc and invigorate Sivcr fi ;' '"'-i-l'"- 1 IlnTa HUMES. stomach, a.i. ! -- v.. . T ;: coated, tiny granules fanners and their friends who are interested in the agri cultural adanceuient of Kentucky is to be held that every one in the ued at $4,461,871. state may become acquainted and "rub elbows" with his neighbors and fi lends. It is to be a irrent farmers' convention, a place where, besides the "jretlitin together." there will be speakers who really have something to to SOME INTERESTING LETTERS say In tLe n,en bo yet their llvimr from the soil. the past a barbecue, with Its huge joints of smoking juicy meat and Its bubbling steaming burgoo, meant political .speeclnnaklng and a warming of party spirit This immense barbecue Is a dolinite elfort to give the farmers of Organization of Children's Corn and the state a chance to meet aud get acquainted and to hear some of the strongPoultry Clubs Ig Doing a Whole Lot est speakers in the whole country discuss vital farm questions. These speakers For the Commonwealth "Education will be brought to the meeting from the north, south, east and west. and. ns they are to be limited to thirty minutes each, they will be sure to send their Must Be More Than Books." messages home in quick, short sentences. The list of speakers is about com- Moorcfleld. K. Jan. 17, 1913. Mr. J:mcs Ky.: I ,ITIS meeting of tgggiggSJ i l y 10 " jit 1 For Infants and Children. " "hi i sad Ps-Tlt- T, W' l 3 MimffS 3 5i 85 an - .. iv.m sUU rlave ALCOHOL 3 PEIt CKXV Acgeal.:cPrcparalionfof.s- ilwavs Bears the Signature of ! Sought )m jam x. ln"SO .n VV1 img ate Stomaclis andBowelsfi nLLWJss-Piracies Di'festioriHtfeHiJ-ncssar.f!R2St.Con(5ms: S-- i ESsaessesssscK I SSi7lS5SiSSES Dear Sir In answer to your letter regal dins the poultry contest I will endeavor to tell you how I became a prize wln-ii. n3 feo -," ct- el'ir OpiuTiLMorjihlns nor-ccTcl m I Not Narcotic. 'ATSJi s JH r?t L La U'; S?i rrv county superintendent .j ii.ii t i.a to..i i i.t I wanted to entei the Poultry club. The next thine I had I vo l-.- v ri,ct. i, "ra fl 7 if Os to Here are several reasons why I trade at C. C Davis' Drug Store: KECAl'SK - (v)n:ilily (iisulerod, liis price lie be.'ilen. c.-in-'t HECAUSK BKOAITSK-Thinus There are no ilchs v . : usloiner receive promjit :il1iiiiin we net at Clir.s. G Davis' s jilaee will lie made right. BECAUSE-T- he poor man':: dollar is worth just as much at Charley's place as t he rich man's, BECAUSE There are no leaks from his store: every de:d is strictly conlidciitial. C. Davis BliCACSE-Ch- as. grouchy if you don't lun . " Store are all riiht . KEl'xMISK Tliinjrs that no wn.nir liought at j J 1 rhinkV j 1 I Try Him. Pftsnc aarTTr reraarepa wrttttm&smjsB&s&sai WSmmTK: :..?i r'lvTjfeS iTr pine bied chickens. Out of the Unity I hatched twenty-si- x chicks. I then put them In a place 1 Jo tluniselves. Out of the twenty-si- x raN 1 fifteen chicken-"They were Barred l'lviimu.h Itocks, Kinglet strain. When It cime time tor the fair I selected two and took them to the fair. The reason I have not answered your letter before wa because could not get my plctutc. Youts .silicon ly, MARA' D. THOMPSON. Ewlrn: Ky., Jan. J, 1913 Mr. James Speed, Louisville, Ky.: Pear Sii -- Your iettt r of recent date received As it diiocted to Carlisle, was delaved in ieieiing it. You wish to know something about our Poultry club We aio not et tluuouhly organized, but if you can meet with us in March, 1313 you cm leiin mm c about It. WHERE THE BARBECUE WILL BE HELD. Last year we gae our names and ad dre.s-e- to our county superintendent, pleted and will be given in full in the next article, which will be published Mibs 1. d i Gauliu . There were four girl soon. Kentucky is thoroughly aroused educationally, and this meeting is an from each of the four divisions of the county. Last jeai we bought our own outgiowth of this gie.it wave of enthusiasm. eggs. Ne.xt je.n we hope to have them When your correspondent visited the Camden farm, just outside of Verfurnibhed fiom borne placo in order to sailles, a few days ago he was shown the Aarious points ot interest that the hi ing new btock into the county. might wish to inspect Competent men will be in charge of each farm We live on a faim, so my chicks were visitor not much ttouble Mother raises Plym- department so that questions by visitors maj be answered quickly. I In visiting the dairy barn, with its carefully selected herd of seventy-fiv- e outh Hocks; I had Huff Orpingtons. kept the chicks fiee fiom lice; fed theno Jerseys, it was pleasing to note that the Lain had originally been used for twice tacli day until fall, when I fed corn and cane seed Tney were with the hen, N. CAMDEN. had a huge range and grew fabt. We had oui exhibit In the couithouse the VERSAILLES. KENTUCKY. 14th of December with corn and tobacco Uehides these, there weie vailous kinds ot TO THE FARMERS OF KFJITUCICYi school woik. I cannot send you photo, as I have tin late picture, none sinee I was nine jears old. 1 foigot to say the girls were to be twelve and over. A prize of $i50 was For a problemfl."of of a century the iw aided in each division. manufacturing and of I shall inclose a clipping fiom our coun have been handled upon the advice- of exi)erts--ne- n ty paper. Hoping this will help you In pie whose and pailng your newspaper woik and thankknowledge extends to the minutest ing :.ou for the inteiest you have taken Til ELM A SAMPSON In the rev? yearn able men have "Just si woman's job rnNiug clih k farming could be put upon the sane, basis--th- at lis-liow often have you hoard that a haphazard instertd of being of remark.! But the nxuro.s at the bead ol ft om kh two (settings of eggs of fifteen each ejs . log1 .3 . ft UiLL'besocZJz Id S rSJl ft ' It'mStrJ' . Ccn'it it Sfyz? J:5' 1 1 m-- z: rtTQ N AperiVf I Remedy for ConsHiKr .o:t . Sour SlomacIi.Diarrlwa amlLoss or Sleek lacS'julf SiiatuK cf 1 tu m ?-- l s m& t.s-- ." S m ,ap nunr y UI U I . s 1 .hx va NEW YORK. lflSsL?!'. ?m r i I tFML'ilLHMIl - TlUI CC'tTAUB COMl'A-ST- i -- urtv Tsars . . feJp 'Guaranteed umlertlie Foodoj fljBf sz? 9 S11 m Tj-r S XS ;sasabapi Eract Copy of Wrapper. a m -- iy NCW c gs. c a u TONICITY. TMt CCNTAUfl COMPANY msf&s2&b& J. mmnrnTmnimmmmmnnim? nmuuiiiHininmuiiui A VERNON CI5KET CD. " TT tjDa.s is Engl jb i this article are from the Km'uriinieiit reports for the year V.)10 and are ap proximately collect ami .show that it j.s a bh; proposition. No wonder the school people who have been puhiii corn and potato clubs should use poitl try clubs to inteiest the uhis in and pleasant work that means dollars nul cents in their pockets:. In corn clubs one of the slogans has been "pure bied seed " and in the ;r"rK poultry dubs it is "puie bred fowls' great transportation accurate scientific points. past realized that necessity enterprise it is one of the 'uoart scientific businesses in the world that it may be as accurate and as reliable as - quarter PRACTICAL ' UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL 1 3 H ZZ DIRECTORS,. AND m s- z 2cjy r juvn H31HAIJIKISb Mt. Vernon, k'y. Coffins and Robes. 1 ALSC CASKETS those processes of nuture upon which of it depends. has been realized also, that the principles which have worked out such great things in the industrial world, may be U3ed with effectiveness in the renlms of agriculture. It Licened Emhalnier wil have charge or that line of 2 work for the company. 2 Orders by wire promptly tilled Hoarse sent to all points 2 OIHce Mt. B principles Kenturfcy . To aid In the a s.-n- work, and one rapid spread of tbese Ideas and me to be a. most useful and noble in which I would gladly have a part In to Vernon iMonuiKMitnl Uniltling GEORGE OWENS, Manager PIIOXE Ua S 3 aiiaiiiiuiiiiiaimiiuiuuiiiuaiimuiimiiiiiimijiiiiiiiiiiij A Check on The Flt. Vernon Bank our prjninls. Yv ,( n ii cn(S lack to you it is an indisputable receipt for your money Payment bj check is a check on spending, too. You think twice before drawing a check. And the second thought often results in your not drawing it at all. Open an account and you'll save in spite of yourself. s a check ou Wiy. t.ils thought, I have decided to give and old fashioned barbecue at icy 'name in Woodford County, near Versailles, on Wednesday, August 20th. It will be nry aim to have matters along the lines I indicated by some of the great agricultural experts of the country, and it will be ray hope that this may give fresh impetus to the work in Kentucky for the farcers which is already so well begun. dls-cus3e- ;'?ocg3oc$3orir: .-i UiiDQr rnoo vtv ts nitii m egniissi i LIUi IIUIIUL UUUIJllj &:.' V- - rrr: f r THE BANK OF MT. VEHNOIV MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY, W. h. RICHARDS, l'residenl. A P. Ca-hi- cr Every Farmer, and every farmer's wife, and every" interested In better fanning, in the state, who feels an interest in increasing the rewards of agriculture, and in bettering the conditions of farm life, is most cordially and urgently invited to be my guest an August 20th. This invitation is given in the spirit of good fellowship, and th desire to help, and all one 2" i N 'ii soot 4&&&&L JP& who - . " accept it will be most warmly welcomed. very Saddles, Buggy and Wagon Harness,! Bridles, Blankets, Collars, in fact, all kinds y ; or norse orooas ooia ana repairecu w .sincerely, SHOE SHOP IN CONNECTION. Old Main Street bark of Court House. M MAlfi 1 TIIOMI'SO.N. Afir.l) TWlU.Vi: YEAltS. I i UNDBIStAK . !l HI llt U a T n-- S 3ir T Sff 9K Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled lland-inad- e III Collinsfurnished pgggg Hearse sent to all parts of i ne county fz-3- im All Phone orders by Wire Promptly Filled W. A. COX, m 94-S MT. VEltNON, KV Nothing can be done with poor stock or poor seed. Everything is possible with pedigreed stock and seed All of this hi been written time aud time again in farm papers ami the rural press, but when children begin to work definitely in this direction something is sure to happen. Orown people are slow to take up new things or things that are fairly new. but children siniph absoib ami use them If .ou have had a successful boys' corn club in your county, wli.v not try to organize a small poultry club for the girls? If you do, be certain to insist upon the rearing of only fowls of pure blood. It will mean that the gills will have an absorbinb occupation that adults can watch with great advantage. .MUST BE MORE EDUCATION THAN BOOKS IF THE CHILD IS TO BE A REAL SUCCESS IN LIFE. Tired Fields. No farmer would think of working He gives him his horse continuously. Sunday off and at times says: "I think I'd better let ol' Bill run out to grits for a right smart spell. He don't look just right the last few days." Does this same farmer watch his fields as carefully as he does his horse? Does he know the looks of a tired field as well? Does he turn his tired fields out "to rest for n spell?'' If a horse is thin lie is rested and fed carefully. If a Held is thin and fired it, too, must be rested and fed with clover, cowpeas or barnyard manure. housing tobacco. It was not a show barn at all, but a thoroughly sanitary barn, with the emphasis on the cow end of the enterprise. Out in the woods pasture there were several bunches of line sleek steers, some of which were destined to help feed the hungry ctowd on Aug. 20. The woods pasture, with its giant oaks, poplars, walnuts and stately elms, is an ideal place to handle the 30.000 people who are expected to be the guests rf ' (J& atK. VV i . UA Id COULD SCARCELY WALK ABOUT And For Three Summers Mrs. Vin-'beIieve ' taken it. would have died . Jf I .. hadn't , cent Was Unable to Attend to Any of Her Housework. rtiici i ucau uiKing vadium, i was greatly helped, and all three bottles re lieved me entirely. I fattened up, and grew so much stronger in three months, I felt like another person altogether." .,. , ,,. . JONAS McKENZIE ELLS SELZ SHOES THE "ROYAL BLUE5: I band concert which is to be provided. Things are happening In our dear old state better schools are building, better roads are being laid, Chautauqua meetings for farmers are developing, and now a barbecue to which an Invitation Is givei. to each and every person who believes in the welfare and the future of the agriculture of the state is an assured fact Men of vision are dreaming of a new Kentucky a twentieth century Kentucky and all the agencies mentioned are bringing the dream closer each day. Dreams do come true. A TEXAS WONDER 'The Texas wonder cures kidnev - DESTINED TO HELP IEED THE HUNGRY CROWD. at the farm on the day of the barbecue. In one end of this pasture there is a perfect amphitheater for seating those who wish to hear the speakers and the Pleasant Hill, N. C "I suffered for three summers," writes Mrs. Walter Vincent, of this town, "and the third and last time, was my worst. 1 had dreadful nervous headaches and prostration, and was scarcely able to walk about. Could not do any of my housework. I also had dreadful pains in my back and sides and when one of those weak, sinking spells would come on me, I would have to give up and He down, until it wore off. I was certainly in a dreadful state of health, when I finally decided to try Cardui. the woman's tonic, and 1 firmly -- Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle-actin- g. Its ingredients have a mild, tonic effect, on the womanly constitution. Cardui makes for increased strength, improves the appetite, tones up the nervous system, and helps to make pale,, sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. Cardui has helped more than a million-weawomen, during the past 50 years.. It will surely do for you, what it has; done for them. Try Cardui today. k F you need a good pair of shoes it GOOD " is to your interest to examine the Selz line before you buy - JONAS McKENZIE MT. VERNON, KY. MINISTER PRAISES THIS LAXATIVE. and bladder troubles, r- moving When a mar. has suffered for gravel, c res diabetes, we. k and Rov. H Stubenvoll of Allison several t ays with colic, diarrhoea lame backs, rheumatism and all Ta m praising Dr. King's New or other .r.n of bowel complaint t ind is lliMti ii r rt sound and well irregularities of the kidneys and Life Pills for constipation, writes., in both men and women. Regu- - Dr. King's New Life Pills are l'y one or two doses of Chamber lat.es. bladder troubles in children. periect pills no home should 'ain's Colic, Gholrm : n Diar If not sold by your druegist, will sichwihoUt them". No better rhoea Remedy, as i . f t n the be case, it is u aural that he should be sent by mail on receipt of Si. rt.ulntor for the liver and bowels. guaranteed. Tn very pjll be eirhusiastic in his ntai'e of One small bottle is two months' treaimeni, ana seldom mus tottllem C Pr;CcJ 2sc. at Chas. he remedy, and especially is this oena ior testi Davis'. i.ure. the case of a severe aitack when uereci a from monials this and other states. life is threatened Try it when Dr. E. W. Hall, 2cj26 Olive street Some. in need of such a remedy. It St. I.ouis Mo., Sold bj druggist. Some men talk In their Bleep be never fails. Sold bv Chas. Cr I i ike oaly cfcwc? taey. q cause Davis, ( 1 ( REASON FOR HIS ENTHUSIASM - Write to: Chattanooja Medicine Co.. LaJIcs Dept.. Chattanooga. Tnn.. for Special Just ructions on our cae and book. "Home Treatment for Women." snt la plain wrapper. J-ry 65 zaayj-aawa- j UHHMHBBHBBI "WE B " A V DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE SJr'l And don't have to grease but once a week. Madi in KMtucky by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. Lexington, Ky. - tt