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' a j ,? t: b wy 2J 1887 DUMBER 47 ROCKCASTLE .nol-- COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 22 1913. it " - 'I'MWUTI u ; Iy ii n-- es v HAS MT. VERNON STRUCK . L? T- j iv-6"- -. -- .FX - ,. "i? ' J' Ji VW J ?& '4' ','" 7 Wi-l. tl THE iso ho most al.vays lauds In, ! web.li.ve he wdl makea f9o... Qda... thoic h.s oc --K"1'"1 "" phenomena. P'aJ-kcour. t m. Vernon .FU-gr- , of oil -d ln, fa... -s vw fJJkJ x r' , evt. t?e... ,fcKTvv um iv. A rs .Jose P .i. .. ; vrc-- w 5 (i one on me w lit -- oen . i eomiiiJ v l wg 14 '' 'W ft v Riehinotifl, after a few das visit llovv hnS ier er's surfacr. The CO home. COfiaif increased iny by dav un- - with relative has returned ceplibly George Sam brook, of Louis-vi- t til now there is a continiu uh How e, is .pendiuij a few dfjy? with of Clttb' 'of oil on top of the water, and a 'I)U 1n fo the wcimlcrfi'l variety s here. G. M. ..& - hUo when rtbtivos and stream of oil "lohu'e.which w styles Mini If.itlu-iIJallard, the Rejmbliean nominee x. grains on tlf' bottom. &;n. tin world's :uc Q) Qj 1H U'rl)."), s?3k fi "TT"' company put tor County .ludi?e. was in our town n local k& HTfcv ra S? In Sitntday, MisS Anile Walton Os." ni(sl lKtjiular Shuos. jdown a t .st will in the valley West 1 of the nno in wliic'i Mt Vei ncu is arave a p.iriy !onda evening " TO S !:i-- : TIIKSK j.situated, abouf om nd one half J'h-v- o wiwa large crowd of young t.eo. miles from this .spring. Tnty folks' ptesont a:.d all report a nice f- 9 iSS2K.'SS?SSS3;-aE5ESE3JS93- : j. "nMrrrrffTTi- TrraWALK-OVE- R struck a good How of irass but found time London Haso Ball Team 99. C9 J9 no oil. They then moved aciossj crime dovvn 'Tuesday and played joes.. i -..C sec- Liivuiirsiun team, l tie sc re siooci VOOmi with :i new thought into this valley and drilled a is to inspire you ond well Jn it thov got a il nv .l ii 10 y, in lavor oi Livingston esc... (Walk Overs Next Time.) Uouj'tro Junk ins is in Lebwion oo... rab muv.li linh'er than the ti"-& The 53e.. and also a qu.nlitv of heavy black Jc.iou for a few duys Try Ti,is Wm ddttie-- i to the school lu use is just oil or biiumcii, but not nipajui.: quantities Discouraged by these ubout i!ompfctud,beingin thehi.n Is Snap Model Our police court failures, tie abandoned the wori of the painters . and went the way of mot faimilar !ui been quite busy for tho past 'k Patcut Blucbcrs .i Sparks week, but being busy and not at- Sec... organi.alions L&tr the oxo, tending the session, were unable ??.. , .b3 juarries were looted near-- well & Well, corn O0.. 2 These quarries, are worked to report proceedii.gs. No extensively, runuMig day and coi)3 in this locality are complete afc. tAft ' "..6 Mhey blast two to four failures and ftrmers who worked as.. night. ..0 .SB times every twenty-fou- r houi, all summer in their crops are left cos... $ c 2 sometimes using tons of dynamite in bad stratts. Dixie John, tho os... musician, has been with us a few n in a single blast. One in pirticulat (husagiin 'jut he did tot reap a c was put oil" a few dii.s belnre il laigohunest.se he left for other H','m was discovered in this sprinir, in cMmes Dr R tl. Webb has re- - eoe... .... which (i.r.'ib poundsj of dynamite turned from Denver. Colorado, ...em was sot off by a battery J t shoo.: and report-- , a hplendid time geo ... oii the earth like a youti quake It J. A. Bro.viiingj round house forer9p sick for man, who has been -- osfl is thought that the force of that some time is able toquite his post SCO. be at ...00 -- . n,- blast must have opened au ave- again.. . C3. ....3 m tt- ....Of) nue oT escape from a pool oi'oil in oe..- eO otOO 4m- the vicinity. .About the haine SENATOR BOSWORTH iOd... )ed... lOQ time a citiz'ti of Mt Vernon had a and ..HOD c veil dnik-- in hi.s yard. In water flee... BOOME WAV ...333 9Ca less than a hundred feet he got ...O0 ...o water, but it was so strongly imMiddlesborough, Ky., SOS. oil tl at hi was pregnated with Aug. i'J, ii)l3. Geo.. 0C3... ..'..cct ohliired to abandon it. IKKsSft St.... "71 Mr. las. M.uvt, Seey. it Treas , ...es Mt Vernon Commercial Club, So Bk"fel ki ilC9 ' uEy L I V J X J H T O N. Mt. Vernon, Ky ad ' kSil9iB'V5. Tri f TJ "LIES V., 3f "..9 to'VSA B Mrs. G. W. Mai tin is visiting My dear Mr. Maiet: Received a letter relatives at Stanford. Mis FlorSde... k o j f "1)1 a ence Monroe is visiting her sister aud citcular in regird to the tree... 690. rrr sac2re&5i3CHce In answer, ai r ...as at Danville, Ky. S E, Penning Hoone Highway. me to congratulate you and of London, was in our town low 9 ton, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. R J tho Mt. Vernon Commercial Club OS. Letn.mds and d'uhter. Missi for what they have accomplished ')I4 a Elizabeth, left Wednesday for a already toward the building and oo..- ...ao macadamizing of the Bonne High 0e... .aa9 few das' visit with fiiends in way irom Lumnerianu tiap to Louisville and Paris, Tenn. Mr. saa aO and Mrs .. P. K. Diumnionds has Crab Orchard, f.et me add that m T do not think 1 have ever seen so . returned from a visit with relauiMsuausuiiwcsaKauua' ej tives in Knoxide, Tenn. G. W. much accomplished in such a oo... you people have tvo... Doss, jection foreman, has been short time as Qa... ....J easily forgotten, usually borrowed, very sick Jor a few days. Robert towards making it possible and al a movod his family to most a certainty tint this great 09... Shiplett has frequently lost umbrella k a poor . .. . i project which means so much to ....... a . s. tti t i ll i tit X OI..1 e a o -- o o i a a t o s t i a s c t s t a a a 3 e a o of the Cincinnati, Ohio, and will make the mountains of Kentucky will o It oea eee e 0e against the whims and wailes a that city his future home. Hugh e.aeGssa6si0O6iisise899ssaesdetooaae93CSecitatti0a4sasaag8tia'M3 oca Jenkins has moved t Lebaiun accomplished. wea therman. I see by the circular some one Junction and will accept a phce is the one the world admires. a WidUiu" toward if you donrt carry it and as brakeman en assistant local. has given pay the expanses The other officers were likewise are sorry i Miss Carrie Grave, who has been helping to active and did their part. Ditini bothered if you do it i ting relatives here for the past herewith enclose what old Gov. j Owens, Teed Ha mm, Judgo home Thorne would call ''The pri;oof month, has returned to Ed of our Clothcraft in Paiis, Ky Mrs her Eighteenth Exhibition One of the and John Albright,are Dr. Gravele.v shine or shower one Minerva a Lam1)'' and also the promise ol always on the Robins slip on Rader, ot Louisville, who has been my hearty to give you.andholp I easy to job when it comes to pushing their Successful raincoats is just the thing visiting Mrs. W. G. Kiceley, las may be able town or any interprise connected no burden to carry nor easy to mislay or ior-g- et returned home Mr. aud Mrs. I wish every nuuntain county Tl e following is the with it. Ed Shay, of Flora, III., after a tew naa a live news papei and a live The ballcon man met with many premium hst and award.1-- : perfect protection and comfort in rainy or day's visit with Mr. and Mrs D. commercial ciub as is tho fortune The Eighteenth Annual exhibi- .obstacles, fir.st the day to save be- ion of the Rockcastle County Fair FIRST DAY rough weather stylish and4ressy on any kind B. Ratnbo, have returned home of Mt. Vernon to possess We Association took place at Hrodhead i"K drug thru the timbers in the accomplish anything we White corn, Fred Snivel first, Mr. and Mrs. J. P E Drummonds could week and was marked with 'grove and piobably injured, he of a day went after for this section of the last are visiting relatives in Knoxville, the usual success winch has char- was compelled to cut loose before Gobel Pike second; yellow corn, R. Burton first. Franklin Allison, was an old fash state, if such were the case. There Clothcraft raincoats are guaranteed pure Tenn. country dance last Saturday With good wishes to the success acterized that institution for eigh- baidly getting started and tho laot second; wheat, Teh Chandler, tirst seasons. The day being will keep shape in ioned at Ardill Fillpott's. Our of the "On to Cumberland Gap" teen successive attendance arove parachute, unable to cut loose his Green Lovings, second; oats, wool and rainproof night rendered the situation weather fine, the friend, W. M. Hicks, was there project, I am. average; a liue floral hall, "surpass- too exciting to the majority of the Green Lovings, first, P. H. Shutts spite of bad weather and hard wear Yours very truly, aud we are informed that he called ing we believe any former exhibit spectators, ' not knowing what the second; green beans. Jack McMnl- TOR F. BOSWORTH. first, he have them in your size in a variety of the figures. Marthesays that and MOTHERS! HAVE YOUR in that department, especially in result might be. The second day bus, sweet Mrs. J. W.S- - Moore sec potitoe, C. Owens, feels as young as ever did firm products; more horses than as.e"nsion and leap were all that ond: Priced the same as other when it conies to cutting the CHILDREN WORMS? first. Mrs. Mary Burton, second: weaves and colors have been lor years, and the hogs could be expected. Saving Will' Pigeon wing, he is there with the Are they feverish restless, irri- cattle und sheep entered in each To A. M. Hiatt, who" almost at irisb potatoes, Allen Hiatt first, the ClntheS. $7 tO nervous, dizzy rj Franklin AJlUon, second; onions , A . .... rJtTVN-l- wan- goods. Born to the wifeaol George table,they continuallyor constipated ring showed beyond any doubt the last moment came in as i it J o--n Do pick their ramy uay iuhu Mur phy, August 11th, line girl, nose and pushed the woik to C. T. Sigmon first. AI. G. McKin- nelp to swell your or grind their teeth? Have that the farmers of the Brodhead Mother and they cramping pains, irregular and section, had awakeued to the im a successful finish, all must take ney secoud; turnips, Mrs. R. G. christened Edna. Cjet one now for the next shower babe both doing well. John Wal- ravenous appetite? These ar-- portance ot raising good stock. off their hats as being something Dodd first, Miss Lizzia Sigmon, ton was in Mt. Vernon, Saturday. all siges of worms. W01 tns not Some of the best colts, we have of a hustler. The secretary elect second; beets. Mrs. C. A. Wheel only cause your child suffering, He says he will be our next post in many years were exhibited Mr. J. W Kincer, right at the don first, C. T. Sigmon second; but stunt its mind and growth. seen master at Livingston. Rice Wal Give Kickapoo Worm day time the fair needed attention, was tomatoes Mrs. J. A. Hopkim, first, Killer" at Brodhead on the second ton is with the surveyors at East at once. "It kills and removes and the same marked improvement engaged in a hot political fight Mrs. James Harnett, second; homa isernstaat, surveying the new rail the worm, improves your child's over former years, may be said and withhis other duties, made it dried apples, XI rs. M. C. Tyiee, road Marion Smith, who built a appetite, regulates stomich. liver of many other stock rings. impossible for him to devote the first, Arch Hayes, second; cafobape The symptoms house on the top of Mt. Etna, has and bowels. The races added this season was time necessary to the getting in Cish Hiatt; display vegeUbles, THE moved disappear and your child is made a feature which a'wavs attracts readiness the fair. The work was Mrs Shumate, first, Mrs Parsons become has down to the Plaines of Gauley happv aud healthy, as' nature the fair going peopl Thursday turned over to A. M. Hiatt and in second; apples. Mrs. Bettie Coffey intendeu. Chas. C. Davis or by Miss Eettu French, moil. Br rich. mnty day less than thirty days he did what first. Harrv Jone second; peaches rtrwifxW y wis named as Linco 2c who is with Mrs. G D. Cook, is t IOokardb Indian Lincoln the other fellow has usually li2d Justus Coffey, first. I. M. Herrin, Medicine and the good coun very sick at this writing. Wotk Bill. Company 'illy two said three, months to accotn second; pears, Hari a' ways does its r'lr MattaiaAafiBHBSaiw St. Louis, Mo. when "liincolu" is c . . d this1 Philadelphia, Pa Ward is visiting lolatives plish. The fellow who does, frfamgs goatiaued on 34 pageS -- !!3' ? &J?'C& v $& ,a rf. x M0Xbnd0;OTif '- vaLN 4ir You, We Want . -. x tftyfeV4 b hWrWW &$" N Jdh, 'Vu f) &y v y&VSV tj' ,ni A v PSs Wx 9 WS vV'Tvi Lurcetobo Uvo... n ,i,..cnM, .. .,!,? imvn. about Fair and ""l,jr" a M' (,,,. OSs... Oatn Mt lhns jaed through here throe hundred yards irom the Ooo... avm utjiin, ;.., Wvnrin.mfnim.- afeV(t.y.s ago with Da i Mason, t3co.. i IV a. .i. , i c ... ..... .ill K'....x.,.!ll . bl Drnmi ,.ri.wjuui lJU Uaptlll LU iviui.'.niw. ., i .,if.i. sSSeS-weather con Hi ms vwie nocn 1 1 SCo... ii the store and depot some Oill- .,r.fhfr known t.) ohVct lus Hov. 01 When Lam undertakes )ec... which - Swilfh. W. H. ponder is sufferiusr with mt-- u'ar 2S2::.? Mr. and Mrs. .1. A. ;;;;;.: rheumatism. Oliver attended tlu- - Brodhead .S?!" CimwI s ::- - . ?s AT- TWML --t-ev-V . :::::::::::: ::::::::::: t : :?:52:?!ist2?2?f . t I! :::: S3 ?! : t Ifc ?????? j J ?? r M .a--k. AS-S- La. v P Pi3 3. s"tt:K;::s:::ss:r::::! ::: :??:?! : : : : : t?::: .".'lilt s i : ? ir - , erence 4JO i sgygffiSBeaGBggaSteagsgsgs SOFT so o - pioirs ,?;ll i Unilv nr back in tbo hills. es. .99C If '- -"- 1 it's in Mount Vernon, you're mighty apt to find it at fn.-nd- j linw-hnwini- rin ! Fodefs ft tl W S.. I WW-- t0. IrrAK i t wHiM I STORE! -- - mm ... T I 11 it3 I f. Nf a alld$5,0 w H Special Bargain Counter ON SALE THIS WEEK: for for for for ...a s... -- Mr io quart Gal, Water Buckets Gal. Covered Ruckets 3, 4 and 6 qt. Buckets io qt. Dish Pans Big Granite Dippers Big Pudding Pans Any Kind of Sifter Frying Pans and Shovels 8 qt. Strainer Buckets io c io io ... io c lor io c ior io c for io c for io for io e ..3 Ti i I ! "iVVf-.- kl IIKH ' B .. 1 i.i. 100 Other Big Bargains 10 c ...d 9... -- Watch the window to see the Wonderful arp'ams next wee! All Summer Goods at Big Reduction .V Don't Let the Weather. man Worry You u I wea:;n ad One........ Price To All ................................ ........... RODHEAD FAIR Most If AKER ...a ...a 91tl,(lll.l9lIMl(MIMIIMM91tll'"l ....ii:;;;;!.;;;;;;:;:;.... Ui-gar- You For d. The It's They We Clnthmfr $15 ass't-secreta- -- e Sutton & McBcc 5533 wmm, CLOTHCRAFT lM STORE JCLaiK 1 - 1 -- -. Jes. 1 i - &3teamg2Z3&m!&, MT. VERNON SIGNAL . l KTSr y '" . "&- - one interested inihe Brbdlifcud ftlis. Ezra TfeistamytU and cllild- - Tvree, first, Mr.-,- . Maud Brown two and under three. Jack McMi now that is( not lltidtllly fair taotiklaud Ohio; ate tpeudiug a second! b&lr oreSirVes: firjt. 1. B. Livesav. second: glad that Mt. Vernon has U few days with relatives heie. Mr. Myrtle Shumate first, Mrs. Lizzie pair mule?, any age, 13. W. Gaines Friday, Aug 22, 1913 and .all hope to see it as large aud Mrs. J. V Carter have return-.Owen- s second; cherry preserves, first. A J. Gooch. second.and successful as our fair is, ed ho'me after spending the past Mrs. Ma-- y Burton first, Mrs Blw ' Published every Friday by and the only thing that we ever two months with relatives in Lizzie Owens second; apple pre heard said, except something Tenn., EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. and South Carolina. s rves. Mrs. S. K. Bradley, first. . Most graceful lady horseback pleasant, was when Mt. Vernon's Wallace Haggaid was at home and Mts. Lizzie Owens second; best rider, Miss Mary Henson. first. , $I.OO first exhibition was placed the spent the week with his parents display 01 not less than five kinds j "llss Myrtle Shumate, second UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR week before ours, butt after we and attended the fair. Miss Ella of preserves Mrs. John 'Chawford, Saddle Class. to us. Dunn was over from Danville at. first, Mrs. Lizzie Owens, second: Best maie or gelding, one and Advertising rates made known on saw the benefit it had been we wer ashamed that we had tending the fair last week. Mr under two years old, G W. Rog Jellies application for we and Mrs. Robert Kelly of Danville unpleasant thoughts, Apple jelly. Mrs. T. B. Lair ers, first, P. B. Thompson, second; realize that their fair being just rent last week with relatives first, Mrs. Lizzie Owens, second; mare or gelding, two vears old and MEMBER OF one week before ours has help-'- d here. Miss Mary Owens of Mt. Mrs. Owens took first and second, under three, .lames Rogers, firsj, KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION to makeous a better fair, both on grape jelly and first on pear J. S. Carter, second. in attendance aud in quality VlattyeOwens from Saturday until jelly, Mrs. T. B. Lair, got second Draft Class We were very sorn Monday- .- Dave Roberts and sis e on pear jelly; black berry jelly. exhibits. Mare or gelding, any age, Earn that such remarks as "To-daMiss Bertha are visiting relatives Mrs. J. A.. Hopkins fi. st, Mrs. T. est Pepples, first, W. L. Cummins, is for the Lincoln people, tnabe in Est Berustadt and London B. Lair; second; pair mares or geldings. V. tomorrow Mt. Vernon can get this week. -- Mr. and Mrs. G. F. MISCELLANEOUS G. Cummins, first, Juo. Cress, some premiums" Oh he won't Sut'on of Lexington, are spend Honey comb, Gobel Pike, first, second a tir, he's from Mt. Vornrn" The Booue Way prop.s'ticr. o;et our ears, for if there ever n .!.ii '..- e' v.ilh her parents Mr. John Crawford, second; sorghum, met Model Class. ind Mrs T. M. Owens. Misses John Crawford, first, Mrs. Lizzie have never before displayed so extenis daily gaining strength thruout was a tet of officers that tried Roxie Jeru'iigs and Marcie.Smith Owens second: sweet pickles, Mrs. Bes. stallion, anv age, Roy Btaz-ley- . Boswoith's ths country. Senator sive a line of well selected young hard to see that every body got of. Rowland were the guests of John Crawford, first, Mrs Lizzie first, P E Parish, second. excellent letter, wtiich is reproa square deal, it surely was tSe MrsC. C. Howell last week. Owens, second; display canned duced in this issue of the Sir.NAi. Saddle Class suits as this season. management of this fair. It is Willie Kvans of Chicago, 111, i fruit, same as above; grape wine, gives some idea of what Mt. VerBest running walker, Cbint Lair, natural for every fellow to pending a few days with his W. L. King; blackberry wine, Mrs. non and her Cluh has done and is quite first, Walter Carter, second. Itelicviiivthat wo have clothes that will appeal interest ihink that his exhibit is the brother John. When the news Alex. Tribble, first, Mrs. Mollie doing. A wide-spreabest, and Brodliead fair is not spread thru town last Saturday Hysinger, second; hotne-inadSweepstake Roadster Ring. ap to you, we would like you to come iu and aee has been created in the undertak Best double team, iegrudleis of who at the responsible for the decision ot morning that Ben Griffin and Miss pie vinegar. J. A.JjHopkins, first, ing, and many people, our line. The two fjirs Ediili Moore, and Owen Cass and Bnrdette Martin, second; cucum- sex or ownership. judges J. T. Rigsby, outset had little taith in the out- unbias and Miss Lela Alb.ight had eloped to ber pickles, Mrs. Mollie Hysinger, first, R. G. Pctt-rs- , second. come of the question, now are live ouht to work together, help each other to be better, Jtllico, Tenn., and were married, first, Mrs. John Crawford, second; Whether lo look or 1o lniv, we shall be il.-iboosters in the work. The idea is THIRD DAY. and there is no reason why they never was the townmoie surprised, display cut flowers, Mrs. Lizzie to have an opportunity to show you these to keep everlastingly at it, keeping to liut few even knew that they Owens, first, Mrs. J. W.Meore, Best suckling colt, anv sex, un en- - could not be of great benefit up the agitation yourself and good clothes esder six months old, Cecil Brown, were sweethearts, and no one had second. your friends with your in- eich other in many wajs, thuse first, Granville Ltece, second; he..t terest in the cause. We are going pecially with privilege peppl, the least idea that they were to be HAND-MADARTICLES. harness mare or gelding, one and fur a number would make Mt. married. Mr. Griffin is a son of to have that road- - Boone Way. Calico quilt, Mrs. Allen Hiatt, under two years old, G. W. Rogit was mentioned SheriffGeo. Vernon fair if Griffin, and Miss " Made in Louisville." The to them that they could uiaUe I00re is the youngest daughter of first, Mrs Nannie Herrin, second; ers, first, P. B. Thompson, second; manufacturers and business men Brcdhead lair without scarcely vlr. and Mrs. J. W. Moore, of dresser. scarf, Mrs. Gertrude Mar- combined mare or gelding over two of the Falls City will use the last any expense in moving, but it ear this place. Owen Cass is a tin, first, Mrs. Alice Moore, second; and under three yeais old, Jas Rog week in August in displaing looks little to try to persuade on of our rail ro.id agent, J. R. Crochet center pane, Mrs R E. ers; best s'atlion and tour ol nisi goods, wares, etc, made in Louis- concession people to not make Cass. Miss A'bright is the young Albright, first, Mrs. J. W. Rambo, col is, P. E. Parish, first, George Ky- Thay have made large one fair or the other because of st daughter of Mr and Mrs D. B. second; embroidered shirt waist, R gers, second ; best mare and ville. Mrs. Alex. Tribble, first, Miss Ger- lamily of three or moie colts, W. preparations for the events. The strife. We hope that such ideas Alb-igh- t. The young people are trude Martin, second ; kitchen E. Gains, first, Jas. Thompson, parade on August 30th promises will forever fade away with .nghly respected and of the best to be the first ever pulled off in the this year and never return '"ainilies in the county, and we ex apron, most senMble and neatest. second. GerMrs. C. city. Many visitors are expected Editor's note: What a few in end to them heartiest cougvatula trude J. Moore, first, Miss SADDLE AND HARNESS Martin, second; corset cover, from our state as well as from Mt. Vernou or a few in Brodhei.d ions. John Sigmon is spending STOCK. other states. The affair will be should say or do should not be ap- a few days with his son G. M. embroidered, Miss Ella Dunn; co! Best combined harness and sad Deposit a Part ot Your Earnlar and jabot in crochet, Mrs. Bur-dett- e worth going many miles to attend plied to all, and the exercise of a Sigmon in Corbin die stallion. P. E. Parish, first, W. ings in the Martin, first, Mis. Alex aud see what a wonderful variety little good judgment on the part of W Rogers, second; best combined second; any article in ey Tribble. of manufactured commodities are 100 REWARD $100. the more conservative, would bring h irncss and saddle mare or geld out bv Louisville trom a the splendid results asked for by turned The renders of this paper will let embroidery, Mrs. Dollie Tyre , ing, W. L. Sloan, first, Miller & cigar to a locomotive. be pleased to learn that there first. Mrs Delia Howard, second: s No matter how Jar;e or how our correspondent. is at least one deaded disease that silk embroidery, Mrs. W. L. King: lioazlev, second; best siddle stalmany, and science small your earning, or income, According to Col. Goelhals. and trouble makers are has been able to cure in nicest pair pillow cases, M ss Ella lion, any age, E. B. Lane, first, W. when inclined to believe every re- all its stages, and that is Catarrhf chief engineer, the first ship will every man, -- woman and child Dunn; initial or monogr-.u- i sofi W. Rogers, second; best harness pass thru the Panama Canal in port started that is when the Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only pillow embroidered, Mrs. Belle stallion, H. C. Tray nor, first, Mil should save a part and lay it October, when the greatest under trouble starts which is hard to positive cure now known to the Lair, first, Mrs. ler & Beazley, Sccoud; fancy turnby. The " Rainy Day " may J. W. Multins, taking of modern times will be stop. Good, citizenship has cer- medical fraternity, Catarrh being second: pin cushion. Mrs. Alex. out lady and gentleman, S. T. Cura constitutional disease, requires come, but it is far less likely accomplished. It has cost a mint tain requirements and we belie; e a constitutional treatment. Hall's Tribble, first, Miss Ella Dunn.se--ondtis, first; W. L. Sloan, second (we to come if you have a Savings of money, but the end will justify Mt. Vernon and Brodhead are ""atarrh Cure is taken internally home made soap, Mrs. Alex. were unable to learn the names of amply blessed in that line, so let us acting directly" upon the blood Account, for "Money in the the out lay and may hap, too, the Tribble, first, Mrs. J. A Hopkins, the young ladits who drove wi'h prove it to the world and cut out ind mucous surfaces of the sysmeans that President Roosevelt Bank'' is often a Good Fiiend : nicest fern, Mrs. Lizzie them) best walk, not or canter destroying the second stallion, C. C. Lane, first, S. M, adopted to secure the route, but some of the littleness that has been tem, thereby that will help you over rough Mrs Larkins HLks, oundation of the disease, and Owens, fir-.practiced in both tors'us. we doubt it. second; nicest braiding, Mrs. S. B Sandidge, ecoud; fanciest harness jiving the patieut strength by places . According t: J. P. Chandler, of the Louis, ot Lincoln county, our good luilding up the constitution and McKenzie; cross stitch, Mrs Ed. rig, S. T. Curtis fust, W. L. Sloan One dollar opens the account Editor Knott, issisting nature in doing its work. Dunn, fifr, Mrs. Ed Smith, second; second; best stallion mare or geldville Pest, is still showing in long friend Granville Owens will be ing, sweep stake, II. C. Traynor, The propritors have so much BANK WITH US drawn out and very prosy editor- the next postmaster at this place, faith in its curative powers that drawn work, Miss Gertrude Marfirst, J. W. Lowen second, S. T. tin, first, Miss Celeu Sayers, secials how dense is his ignorance on for the Col. says he helped fix it they offer One Hundred Dollars Curtis third. Like We are not informed however for any case that it fads to cuie ond; embroidered towels, Mrs. Ed. the cunency question. RACES Dunn, fi. st, Miss Ella Dunn, second; send for list of testimonial. Vanderbift, we think it was, said whether the Col. is the Civil Fiust Day MT. VERNON, KY. infant's knit or crocheted sox, Miss Address F. J. Cheney & Co., Knott Service Commission or not but of an egotistic Mule race, Harve Bowman first, Toledo, Ohio, Lizzie Sigmon, first; Mrs. Alex. can be more kinds of ad n fool we are quite sure he thinks he sold by all Druggists, 75c John Fuget, second; Rockcastle Tribble, second; splasher tor than any man who ever happened is right in his prediction Mr. Take Hall's Family Pills fori Mrs. W. A. B Da"is, first, county plug horse race, S. B Mcto have a newspaper. Richmond and Mrs. Thos. McGlenn, ol constipation. A. M. Hiatt, second; crochet lace, Kenzie, first, Jesse Lair second; Climax. Louisville, were the g uests of Mr. Mrs. EUa Dunn, first, Mrs. Lizzie trotting race Rockcastle county, HAcES FiKST DAY Aug. 13 S. B. McKenzie, first, Bradley W. P. Watton one of and Mrs. A. M. Hiatt during the Col. Owens, second. fair. C. H. Frith shipped two Sigmon second. Kentucky's best writers and ediSPECIAL RINGS. & 353C&D Ct n'tnneri from ist page Second Dav tors has taken charge 01 Richmond cars of lumber hit Tuesday, and tf Piettie.'-- t baby undr 12 mouths, Mule race. E. L. McKinney first Climax succeeding his brother, E is runnirg his large dimension Mrs. Green Brumett, first, Hubert 0. T. Sigmon second, John Fuget U. Walton who returns to Florida, mill every day. Mr. aud. Geo. premiums; white grapes, third; running race W. R. Moore to the nespaper he so successfully Hardin, of Louisville, were visit Maud Maharg, first, W. L. Kink, Barnes, second. j ing relatives here fair week. Mr. second; black grapes, Gash Hiatt . first, John Fish second; trotting run there for some years. Long SHOW RINGS. and Mrs. Robert Burns and chid first. Mrs. Myrtle Messer second; life to the veteran W. P. first, Walker race D. J. Hill, Best combined saddle or harness ren of Covington, were with rela water melon, W. F. Ballard, first, Moore second, H. C. Traynor. Ky I Rockcastle has put on two tives here last wek. Mrs Ander- ind second; musk melon Mrs. mare or gelding, Miller & Beazley, tairdj successful fairs within a week of son and children, of Paris, were the Liz.ie Norton, fust Franklin Alii with the splendid gelding belong Third Day ing to our townsman, Chas. each other. Is there another guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. son second; canteloupe, J. F. Mule race, E. L McKinney first C. Davis, took first, and C. W. COMPLETE LINE couuty in the state that can sustain Rigsby fair week. A small chile pumpkins, Mrs. Roy Beaz-!eTom York second; running race. ; nest running Kogers, second Coffins, Caskets and Robes, such a claim ? of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Haggard first, Chas. Burton, second; Walker. Chinr Lear, first, G. W. W. R. Moore first, C. T. Sigm- n died Saturday, aud was buried at display of fruits, aud on tobacco Mail, Telegraph or TeleS. Gott, third Rogers, second; best team confined second and J. HEJLSZTTs.) BKODHEAD. the Methodist church cemetary T. B. Lair and his son John, took phone orders Promptly to Rockcastle county, R L. Lang trotting race, D. J Hill first, W. Sunday afternoon, after servi- the blues and reds; broorn corn, C. Moore second and EL C. Tiay-no- r Filled. ford, first, GJ M. Sigmon, second. Brodhead's 18th. fair is a thing ces by the Rev. A. J. Pike. Sym- Bessie Sigmon first, C T. bigtuon, third Second Day. of the past, and vr are proudto pathy is extended the bereaved second; sugar cane, W. L. King, Best 'bull calf under six months, say was a record breakar . so far parents The Graded School first, Jesse Blanton, second; millet I opened Monday with Prof. T. H C. S Owens, first, Mrs. R. S S. T. Curtis, first. P. E. Shivel, as quality is concerned. Last years Por Infants and Children. total attendance was just a little Likins, principil F. L- - Tuetoji. Dodd. second; timothy, S. C. Dow-el- second; bull calf over six months first. J. S. Bowman second: and under twelve, U. D. Peters; The Kind You Have Always Bovght better than this, but the stock and Misses Cldes Watson and SPfeCIAU TRAIN EXCURSION and floral exhibits were far better Etta Cable teachers. A, M. Hiatt c over, H. Hysinger, first. J. S. bull, any age. S. T. Curtis, first, Bears the than this year than ever before. attended the Danville fair one Bowman second; Alfalfa, P. E. Tas. Black, second; heifer calf under Signature of The last day, Beckham day, was day. Mr and Mrs. John tiobins Shivel, first, Fred Shivel. second. six months. Robert Nixon, milch the best 3rd. day in our fair's his-ta- r and little daughter, Mildred, CULINARY DEPARTMENT cow, any age, Jas. Owens, first. REMARKABLE CURE OF Black cake, Miss Ella Dunn, Walter Robins, second; blooded partly due of course because of visited Mr. and Mrs. J. Thos. Cherry at Crab Orchird Sunday first. Mrs. J. S Frith second; white cow, anv age! stock to be consid DYSENTERY. the presence of the the loth Gov. J. C.W Beckham cake, Mrs. Brack Durham first, ered, W. L. King, nrst, Walter was attacked with dysentery but never was there such fine "I show rings at any lair in the arrived in Brodhead at noon Fri- Mrs. J. G. Moore second; white Robins, second; cow and calf by about July rjth.and used the aud other mountains of Kentucky, and but day, and was conveyed immediate- mold cake without iceing, Mrs. R. her side, W. L. King, first, Jas. doctor's medicine relief, only Round remedies with no Round few better in the state. The ly to the fairgrounds by J. Tnos. II. Hamin first, Mrs. J. C. Moore, Black, second. Trip Trip getting worse all the time. I was dates have already been set for Cherry in his new car, accompan- second; unable to do anything and my Sheep. Pies weight dropped from I45 to 125 next year, and the management ied 'by C. C. Williams, R. L. Best buck, any age, J. L,. PhilSPECIAL TRAIN Lemon pie. Mrs. J. C. Moore, I suffered for about two will strive harder than ever be Collier and R. H. Hamin. After lips ; ewe, any age, S. S. Puree!!; pounds. when I was advised to months fore to make 1914 the banner riding thru the grounds the party first, Mrs. J. S. Bowman second; pair bucK and ewe, J. L. Phillips; use Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera year by offering larger premiums returned to town where the Gov. custard pie, Mrs. J. S. Bowman; two lambs, buck and ewe, Iv used J. L. and DiarrhoeaRemedv. ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. accommodations. and several others of the party cherry pie, Mrs. J. C. Moore; peach Phillips, first, S. and better second, two bottles of it and it gave me Since our fair closed we have took dinner witth Cashier and Mrs pie, Mrs. Lizzie Owens. permaneut -- relief." writes B. W. (JOLTS. BKAD ' After dinner two by a number of out A. M. Hiatt. For been asked Hill of Snow Hill, N. C. Best mare mul; colt, under six sale by Chas. C. Divis. Corn muffins Mrs. Harve Bow of town people, "why it is that automobiles with several reprethe Mt. Vernon people are con- sentative citizens accompanied the man first, Miss Lizzie Sigmon," months, Earnest Pepples, first, G. FOOND,,thc place to buy Spectacles JC grounds, second, biscuits, Mrs. Chas. Bur- W, Rogers, second ; best horse HOW THE TROUBLE STARTS and Eyeglasses for $1.50amTup. Gold, tinually knocking on the Brod-hea- d Governor to the-faiConover Constipation is the cause of many Silver and Aluminum Frames. larfair"? Now we are very whre he addressed a large and ton first, Mrs Jas. Barnett second; mule colt under six months old, ailments and disorders that make gest selection in town. Kyes tested 8 bread, Mrs. Cdsh Hiatt, John Cress; mare and mule by ht r life mserahle sorry to have to inform them seemingly appreciating audience. -- alt Take Chambermi: VERNON, KY, bread, Mrs. Lizzie side, E. C. Pepples, first, John lain's Tablets, keep your bowels Free. Years of experience. av we are at a great loss to J.t seems that the Governor has that Fron tRooras over Baker's Store Cress, second ; mule over one and rcgul-- r and you will avoid these knowt and if there is any strife many friends in this county. He Owe.ir; Thone 49-JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. by Chas. C For sale under two,, Gua Staverson, first; diseases. Preserves exist, the writer is wholy unable was introduced by J. H. Barnett COX BROS. STORE Peach preserves, Mrs. M. C. C. T. Sigmon,second; mule over J Davis. to explain. We know that no an enthusiastic democrat. fti Mi-s'le- n. ! ( - rt. 7 Spring and Summer showing of Youne Men's C oth es Clothes Old Men and Boys' We y men's d ej d E , E. L. Cockrell Livingston PeoplesBank Tale-teller- ; t, PEOPLES BANK son-in-la- wa-h-stan- BRODHEAD FAIR X&X$X$ GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER Brodhead Al-lerso- y - 2 CASTOR A &20 ccxccicc :peofcxatar l, CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, AUG. 31st Ex-Govern- $1.50 j50 Lvs JUNCTION CITY 5:35 am POUND! Pyc r rig 11-i- PH Dentist J. C. MOORE -- nlif w - JV, - j. i "'i-ilHvv- ".&!;t ? -j t. s: ,X' k - 1. T j 33,cXci vr ,v . "j .N -- 3- t'1 .." xT-n- , L vn: v , .. t - 'ai $k:v. fcSr 3 4. -- - Tr ftfcV-vfr V,iv QgS6 V .3 &. mm. .J "friVitfr ' t '" IliT SBtt I Jrflfc m r fciV .,-- - f ofcV- - - s 2tS3 Z&&isssjiitT . Hi ..,i iili .4 . a8iasaags3giafvigafe5S'e 'isaassfc5jl3 i EWSZII m,c A'.. .J MT. VERNON SIGNAL The iaiaiit. of 01 reuee Furguson, .born WeJnes Mt. Verxon, Ky., Aug 22, itjis chij.uuly lived a short while. The county teacbeas nsti tTe tip "No. 79" wlun- T , f willbe'-'- d it Riddhead thisjear, CommunlJ 79v'oiiwan to SIGNAL, cute wltH begi ning onday Sut 1st. The btt.n.i.ii) O! t .vii. Vernon Fair will furnish to the stock holders, an item sed statement jut as soon: sail the busine-- is wound , ANNOUNCEMENT MADK OF MISS WATSON'S ENGAGE MENT The announcement of the en- gageinent of Mis-- , Kebecca Watson and the Kev. wiuiam uuyers, 01 H)dn, K. , was madMhe 1 - r&jtz2a tm!$3s&m&fa & rSi hTfittl "r y&MSW a gaMP tf A g N E - g? "mSM jM I 1 L YY SUITS looicing iong-vear- m To 1 Do not fear Pelagra if ou hue Jidcleii, on the South s de , v. ho prrsuin- TIME TABLE. ajar of the Nesbitt Golden Oint- - the gncsi-pm ment. It has cured all skin al ly loan enunaiumes't in hone r nctth , piles, burns, of Miss Mai ill Rodts 24 nortu 3:53 am diseases, old sore--vV.it blood poison. Price Versailles, a guest ot 11:38 am ec.ema, and 23 south theaniiounc ment Address Nesbitt ion, the lkv.sot 12:19 am $1.00 per jar. I'l South .came a- - a cou.p.e'ei.u'prite, hine Golden Ointment Co. Jas. Landrum, Agent? Aug Mt. Vernon, Ky. jonly a lew in luiatc i.kiuIs nuthidi Phone No. 8. ,'oi M s Wat st n's family had known On Sa'urday September Postoffice 1 Knlrretl at tlie Mt Vernon, Ky. the of tlie engagement. 1913. I will offer lor siu', t steond-cia-- ! "i lie announcement was in de in mail matter. as f hiahnst hirlfiiM nt inv lionir on W. man a most iltiuctive and Maui St. Mt. Vernon, a lot of PI given CI1.I K ch gutsi s ner. 1 E K S ONAL house hold and kitchen furnitu e, ' r.ido. the letl.TS of wnLli. when Luther Manus has typhoid some doors, and ho.ring stovt-s- tr.iu .pos.'tl, spelled the n me& of My 1 Sales privately it fever. tv, Mr two 1 .ts are al-- o for s ile iHS Wiilson ami the Sparks is at Orab home and Miss Fan Buyers,, and fie date of the privately on easv term?. for a few weeks. Orchard wedding, which has teen st-- for Aug. 22-i- t. Wii.us Adams 0:lober2, Miss Watson and the C. West joined .Mrs. Wes The Lancaster Record in speak-o- f Rev. Mr. Buyers, who cm"1 on here for a lew days this. Cral) Orch ml Springs says this from Hyden, especially for the Atty. and r- T. W. Brown, famous old resort is hiving a splen entertainment, were shoertd spent last week in Louisville. did run 01 business thjs season, with gor-- wishes and numerous Mrs. Tom O'Mara and lettle son s of and on Sunday every to then health James Lovell, ha returned to her vehicle irosi the asthmitic one loasts were pjetgpl & and happMioss. home in Nashville. lunged, antiquated au'omohile, to The elii(.rtiininC'U wm alfic io is here from the modern 19I4 pattern huisorne Waller Mullins the front, Vtrandn-- , which iiveii Pagosa Springs, Colo., for a short landau, tlie noisy but fleet tnotor-rjelclosed with Vitus, were ou'.htut viMt with hi- - father R. B. Muliin? to say no'hing of the many for theocoasioii wi.h a Mtic-...sJ;,, Martin L. dones. ol Vildie was varieties of hor.se drawn vehicles of I.'.piiiese lantern, m i;i:i ' : opetaed on at Oibsou Infirmary pass thru Lancaster bent for tin excu'JuifJy setting f v,K, Richmond, this week for append cool shade and healing waters of an afT.ar. ,.s s and ha 2-- 2 1 LOUISV'LIX &.NASHVILLCR R Co. tsMr m tXcnse tor tle drhghmil eiiliria M l o ai meiu imen veuinif Louis Luvreiice F Wood, ot u- ia-.i- .... - ARE READY FOR YOU TO SEE AT s nP- - holbakke," th- home o! In r pi!t.n.s, Mr. and .b:. T. L. a' :. mw The Styles are cleverly new exrra-goo- a Ca-ttr- , jIij oig absolutely right and they fit like the fabrics of the sort tailoring made-to-measu- re. 22-4- 1. PC &&'&? Hi -- , wl i Fish's We : ( 1 t: j&y Soecia to give you what you . J 1 d.-ssre- lMm i .. Suits possess every good point you'd expect to find in high grade clothes they're made to stand hard service and we guarantee every suit satisfactory or your money back. ( . -. please you d spt-cte- - want when you want it. iry us. Look for the Sign of the Fish B R A,lfl fH e, :' 11 ! 1 this popular rosort. Col. Mi.is Gardner of Elizahethiown has ac. epb-- the position as iten igiapher in Atty C. 0. Williams' office Misses Christine and Ednn Davis and Ada Brown are with Mr. and Mrs. J M. Brown at East d J. IJ. Vilhs, j,ecntary ot "National Aid" and National Highways" will engage the attenasspeiid Judge. Judge Harden tion of the delegates to the Ameripresides over the Thirteenth ' can Road Congress during one Vernon, Kentucky district composed of the which will be six of who. counties Mercer, Bovle, 'e.sionofthe A Home School for (J iris. High Standard of Work. held at Detroit during the week of Ganard, and and he is Supervisor J. M. Craig informs Excellent Record of Health Happy Home Life. leftogui.ed r.s one of the ablest September 29th. It is expected us that the percentage of attend that Jonathan Bourne. Special Gourdes in Domestic Science and Music Judges in the state. auco at the public schools of Rock Jr.. Chairman ot the Joint Com-- ' Commonwealth's Attorney M castle, was ."o per cent for 19i2 mittee on Federal Aid in the Con-oFor catalogue and further informatimi wrije to L. Jarvia is on hands looking after This is based on the census list Post Roads, will place before the State's interest, assisted by Miss Maky Kosk McCoud, Principal. a marked improvement over forCounty Attorney S. I). Lewis. the Congress his plan for lending , had mer years, as the percentage Mt. Vernon, Kv The following geutletneu were thecredit of the national govem-- 1 never gone over 3j per cent, before nieiit to the states through the ul-- I selected as Jurors: i9i2 Whle the showing is very timate issuance of a billion dollars years ao and could have been done GRAND JURY gratifving to supervisor Craig and home. turn T. B Chandler, O F. Uatnin. .of good roads bonds. Senator had the people got together and ATTORNEY-AT-LAj T. Jelf Coffey and daughter Mrs the members of the county board, Granville Leece, W. F Defiord, Swansou, of Virginia, also a Joint demanded it. Simpson, of Fayette County have yet it is not what it ought to e MT. VERNON. KY. Geo. Rader, Jas. Iferrin, J. W. Committee, will explain his plan THE BUST PAIN KILLER. for an annual cash appropriation been with his mother Mrs Lydia and far below the standard which On 2nd. floor o Barron, U. . Berry. H C. Row-let- t, Bucklcn's Arnica Salve when The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Churc Coffey near Wildie. Mr. Coffey it i hoped to be reached in ii)i 3 by the states and an equal division Loan Renner, W. T. French. responsibilities applied to a brnUe, sprain, street. Special attention gi en is a prosperous Blue Grass farmer. Out of T)ofi childien in census lor construction burn or scald, cut. PKTIT JURRY or other injury of to collections.? school 44S;) were enrolled in The Shackleford the skin will immediately remove Will Langford received a very Tart Proctor, rogan Sowder, maintenance. Phone No. 80. in i9i2. . plan, given great prominence by all pain. 11. 11. Chamberlain of injury Monday by falling painful Joe French, Robert Piyne, Tom Hon. D. W.Shacleford, the chair-- ( Clinton, Me., says: "It robs down a cliff about 3o ft. while at L. & N. EXCURSION ROUND Decs Jake Ponder. W. P. Haes. man of the Good Roads Committ e'cuts and oUm'v "ijuries of their TRIPS. quarry,, work in the Mt. Ven.o iliwnond Dowell T. M. Payuo, As a healing remedy its ot the U.iited States House of Rep- - terrorslioth legs are crippled, but for lorr s Frith, John Ihtlcomb iiud Round trip Birbouiville, $205 ,udl on'1 J?'?''. Y"1 l resen.atives. will also be exphaned lo1 y- tjnately no bones broken. James Coffey. at Chas. Sept. 3, 4 and 5, limited to Sept. 7. to the good roads delegates. Mr. q Davis J. E. Houk was here the latter account Knox County Fair. No. 2. iMitchel Ovcns Jones Hiatt, J. Shaekleford's plan provides for a pirt of last week, returning from Round trip Lexington. . system of rewards on all rural deFor Salic: -- Modern moving Balkan, Kentucky, where he had Sept. 9 to 13, limited to Sept. 16. S. P.u'lork, M. C Sowder, B. F. livery roads meeting certain re- picturo sho.v, th atro and dance been to see his brother, W. T. account Colored Fair Agicti'.tu al L'.vesay, D P. F. Differing fr na all of hall in new western city fully Houk, who is in a serious con and Mechanic l Association Francisco, Joe Noe, Alf J. Owens, quirements any these schemes is that which pro equipped, ready for running OooTd 2?Z2i&Z dition as the result of an injury reKd Sexion, J. M. uiir, and T, J kind of show or dance. Round trip London, $1 . .A u. vides for a system of national nvmey maker. ceived sometime ago. Price Graves 12500 26 to 29, limited to Aug. 31, a.cjuiit highways built and maintained en- Will trade for good property or Laurel County Fair. On Aug. 29, Although tliLs is a three weeks tirely at LOCAL the cost of the national sell part down ballance on easy special train will leave Richmond nil. yet the docket is to light, government. A champion of this term. For further particulars, Leave ihaf it is very probib'e that court plan will also be .U G. Baker and S. B. McKen via Stanford at 6:30 a. in. O. C. Evans, heard. After the address, will atljo.i: Mt. Vernon 8:s2 a. m. Return tod ;, or tomorrow. presentation of zie are the new Board ot Election the various schemes Richmond, Ky. leave London 4.45 p. m. For nearly two years there has not now advocated for Commissioners. by adoption .CAUSES OF STOMACH been a minder case on the docket, the government, discussions will Hon. Nat. B. Sewell, Democratic Notice: All persons indebted which is not only a very gratify- be. had and an Granite Monuments of all TROUBLE endeavor made to to the estate of A. T. Fish will call candidate for 'egislature from this ing record, but cuts short the Sedentary habits, lack of out kinds. Estimates furnished harruoirze differences and, biing at my office, and settle same at district attended Brodhead fair, time required to hold ttie court) about the lie is an enthusiastic member of announcement of a door exercise, insufficient mastica- on application. once. one half, especially when compared definite policy for submission to tion of food, constipation, a our Boone Wav Booster Band and GEO. OWENS Propr. S. D. Lkwis. t ) former j ears. The following to the congress of the United torpid liver, worry and anxiety, is preaching it everywhere he Admr. Pone 112 charged with minor offences, were by the States goes. He has a mightv good American Road evcreating partaking of food and trie.1: Boone Wav Fund. S. B. Ram proposition to put befo e the KenCongress "As a majority in both drink not suited to your age aud FU NN Y ,Ovy Biillockclisttirbing religious sey the old butcher mati has se tucky legislature in the way of a the senate and the house of repre- occupation. Correct your habits J.C-MeCLftRworship, acquitted; Uill Bullock, sentatives favor som form of aud take Chamberlain's Tablets cuied and named a Boone Way bill for the appropriation of Y You can't fool us, we're 'On to ' breach of the ne ice, acquitted: Mat certificate. Says he wants his $2oo.ooo for use in the construction Cumberland Gap." government aid it is important and you will soon be well again. UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER y Hilton, carryingrconecaled wuap - ... . this prrpnt national" fathering For sale by all dealers. childien to see it hanging on the of Boone Way If the bill comes a Tliere is no use in buying a n. 0 ons, fined 25 bo and ten clays in of wall and to know "he is a Booster good roads workers should take then congress will willingly apcent egg and get all broke up jail; Jim Denny, breach of the definite action. and with the Boosters stand; wait propriate $3oo.ooo, or sufficient W. about it rotten. eace, fined $25 00 and five days ing better times when Boone Way funds to complete this most imBeyond the shadow of a cloubt It is a pretty mean man that in jail passes thru the laud. && there is going to be something portant highway. Mr. SewelLhas when found dead no owner can be ?P8Kl- SUFFERED ECZEMA FIFTY do ng in the highway line. What A newspaper article last week a wide. acquaintance with all the found advertise. leading members of bith Kentucky the people demands' ol" congress . stated that a farmer in Lincoln r Mt Vjrnon. K YEARS -- NOW WELL Theie have been a great variety .j4 11 'that congress will do sooner or later county raised on 25 acres of land houses ai.d with his prestege w of races lately Seems a long time to eudure the the horse race, Homo and otlice in the late residence wheat averaging 20 bushels to the be better situated to get such a the mule rare, the ostrich race, awful buril"'g itching, smarting The peopleof the inland haveloug t 1) Ky. the . i .. .1: ir. Myers foimiijj .. j tj acre. There is a farmer in our bill through than any other man linmnii ror rniumnr..r-k tp.-. .sum uisciiso iviiown as tetter - remained silent on the question of They name county, Rockcastle, that raised from our district. , for Eczema federal aid to highways. lhat htle boy that asked.'., ano.her ROod to realij!0i also, that are awakening now remarkably Mr. Seems this year on 25 acres 750 bushels COSTLY TREATMENT. GnOin if the ostrich was a sure Or. Hohson's Eczora i Ointment 1 of the last, to the fact tbat they wlM 30 bushels to the acre, an "I was trouhled with constipanever get aid from congress if t'.iev This wheat very best quality. tion and indigestion and speni Pair and he declares he was so Mrs. D. L Kenney writes: "I . . .. I IIIJIIV LI WtM will be entered at the State Fair to hundreds' of Mollars for medieine well pleased he will suihcicntiy express my UI'll I ilIV I1IU UCllltlllU II. take his grand- - c1an"ob the countr i you for to our Dr. sentiment thruout be held at Louisville in September. aud treatment", writes U,il.nUs .l 0. H. molw .vt tn Mt " rC O lutment. liorison It thoroughly aroused on this vital hitlow, Ark. "I went, This grain weighs 66 pounds 0 rr:, ""' noii, too. has cured in v tetter, which has subject and in the near future Gus Staverson to a St. Louis hospital, also to a. measured bushel. troubled me for over iifty vears." VmcMilal hi New OrlpnnS. hill nn .:n ' Ail .1 is the name of the progressive " ?. r..ri W,M . "i t:.,.. "ver next. an uiuggisis, or oy man 50c. th.ousat.ds of miles of highway will was. ellected. On returning' s He lives one and half cure I began nlcing Chamber- - week. farmer. PFEIFFER CHEMTOALCO. be built aud the populace will home r miles west of Mt. Vernon, on Crab Iain's Tablets, "and worked right St. Louis, Mo. I hiladelphia, Pa. wonder among themselves why good thine had Much of this along, i u;eu iiiuin ior some mwc- - jiv.iiiic, tudigcu en so long this w roid. Orchard bbjjjBSbBH wiiu w BiSiSTroBSM JSsSsa . seeding time and am now all right' thejireaking into the depot at overlooked. Some wheat will be reserved for f by right Sold by Chas. C. Davis. FtW- FLETCHER'SMullins Station, was acquitted. that should have hi p .. ne many purposes. Bernsiadt. F. Li. Thompson sr., and sons. Jamie and Will, and Chas. C. JJavis attended the Stanford fair e,lerday. Misses Alice Hohson aud Jane Ad.uns, of Frankfort, were the attractive guests of Miss Ma t :i Sparks during the week. jViahk Miller, who is on the road for one of Chicago'.: largest whole hale shoe house, was here tins weelr" calling on our merchants. Oscar Walliu whd has been at his father's in Lincoln, for the past two months, very sick with fever has iccovered sufficiently to to re- Crab Orchard Springs Co , anil manager of that noted and historic resort for many years, sends check for $5. for postage and printing fund aud says "I will do all in my power to push the "good along." One of Chas. G. thing'' Davis' valued correspondents of Louisville, sends that popular druggist $5. for the hind with a request that the name ot the donor he not mentioned. Here's looking towarl ve one and all 1 rt 1 S-'- .y 1 fi led with garden il wers used, ai.d the refiv .1 ment weie table, placed in ne corner, w: s. decorated with plumoaa and flowers. Mrs. Wood was.nssistel in the hospitalities b- her husband and sister, Mr. Wood an 1 Miss Mary Lewis Edelen. The guests piv-en- t Wcrre isses Martha Rodes, Ca.ter, Rachtl Settle, Virginia Bennet, Mmy Swigert Hendnck, Charlotte Wat son, Rebecca Wtttson. Mr. and Mis. GeorgeoM. Gayle, Dr. Edgar Hume, the Rev. Geo. Watson, ot It Vernon, the Rev. Willh m Buyers, Messrs Buford Hendriok, Jr.,Dougla:iEshll-- , of Lawrence burg, Chas. Mason, and Dr. J. W. Feamster. The announcement of Miss Watson's engagement will be of unusual social interest here, where sho is a popular ne.uber of the younger society set. Miss Wat son passed two years at Vassar and received her degree at Brown University, Providence, R. I. She isinteested in club work, and also has been an active worker in mountain work during the two years residence with her brother, The Rev. Geo Watson, at Mt Vernon. The Rev. Mr. Buyers is a native of Coatesvillc, Pa., and is. a graduate ot Princeton, class of '04. For several years he has had charge of the Presbyterian church at Hyden, Kv., where his work is most favoral ly known. In a letter dated South Yarmouth, Mass, Aug Timothy W. Sprague of the Nai.onal Highways Association to secretary Maret, says: "We thsuk ou lor your kind favor of August loth and the infoiination you have furnished us in regard to the ioute from Crab Orchard to Lexingt n We have also read the clippings you enclosed, .and with especial interest, as .las,. Clark Jr., is a special friend of tuewriter. We intend to show Boone W7a as a part of bur National Highways." -- oaskiti 'g s i.c ; ! 111 ll ".. 'n m B iuik 0EKm iS J '. i a FRONT 34 k mini llllll ni 5 in3.HH I 1 y s - eiB!sr?ssssTi! omened Monday, with Jndire Charles A. Llardui, ot Harrodsburg gss W5 LEADlilO All Around, the :eusy -U- t-V-. rJI I.V ernr 4 OLLAR 2 for 25 Cent s Arruw.-airl- A New Lightweight, Deep Pointed FiR.OW tj Cl.tCUIT COTkT The American Road Congress The Hoc cisilt Circuit Court Langdon Memorial Industrial School Mt Ju-diji.'- d j r.i-.co- ln, Ex-Senat- or f , 'C. Williams, - "4b 3, t- - 11 Manufacturers' 1 two-lor-- T. FRANCIS, Dentist I - - iti Stanford, I 7 vr v, X m LM K34!iiU2A54 II "I .1 I --- I ! UJUldreil Cry a .. I 1 - - CASTORIA "! &i ; tvr.iz " Jis-v- ?H 4 . &i :J ViSf. JEST Worn fave so rich, for scientists have ptoven that tee normal man has aa is not quite blood woman only four ond a half million to n cubic millimetre of and a person 'looks pale -iA decrease in number of red blood coruSc!5sfood and probably the stomach is Tact, is anaemic, the blood docs not get the right Are i.i the KICH. Why aWomen ti.ncs overKoipossession of blood cells. Man is millionaire many 'DnR' t SUGGESTIONS BY ir " . r . . . . """""" M "irrirm. nii.i i Ml1. mmhhm,,!,-,,,- , mmuhi.hh nmmiwn u mil-Hon-t- he n STATUtflTORS Centucky's Consolidated School: CHILDREN ti-n- e SSS23 3g&8HK 7VB IP'Ilil I .T of golden seal and V. Pierce found years ao that a glyceric help Oregon irape roots, queen's root and bloodroot with black chcrrybark, woulds own liver ills assimilation of the food in 'he stomach, , correct rnrtiiKrp;.and m Nature the , Li In'; medicine he Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. 15y assimicalled lating the food eaten the system is nourished and the blood takes on a rich led color. Nervousness is only " the cry are of ihe starved nerves for food," and when the nerves feel on rich red blood :hc person looses those irritable fed ing, steeps will at n .ji.J. an-- j is icircsucu in mc iuiiiu.s I disease, which was caure-- by "I was n'.tirkod with acvcre nervousmn. oa. iv. .. v.. stomach incl uvcr. writes Kirlu ". rin. Ilouio 2. Ro :z5. "All ny fricnJa thought I would die and a the Ust ).1ijicuii3 rave mo up. I was adyid to try Dr. Pierce same. My a.lJ.i"itM.'ial !)iEicrt.anti .ienviil much benefit from would eirect nothing it tl fjusl ImuU. aifiMia.i.Ptciiif. .id it. !'. m rauvlso ilaha .!ne much forme and use asairii.tf ton:?, ami Uuuiy highly v.umi. Dr. Ivi.'ioo'a medicines before their ..i.... ...i . .. ...!mi ..unil.itn - !o . J thai, lipic ih vo clianio to be cured. D. LIVELY. liQ. J. ,lUca. im mailing only- Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser, 3i fcJ.mip.., to pay for wrapping and I I fr'fy vr J x- -i -- are very much like their parents. They do enjov a good people of their own age. In any one room How Kentucky Schools May Be how fine it may be. the chances are that there will be verv few children in the upper grades. These older children crave compin-ionshiand often drop out of school for no other reason. In fact, it is Improved. not at all unusual to overhear conversations like the follow In:;: "What's the matter? You ain't going to stop .school?" "Yes: I'm goin to stop. I'm past fifteen." "Hut yu ain't through school yet?" "No; I know i TO EXTEND TERM IN OFFICE. Superintendent of Public Instruction Should Have More Out Reforms Aim cation Rather Than portance of Electing Time to Carry Should Be Edu- L''Jfit rz f?-- : fe i r Ilf J&yilJ 1 VliMlIi 1 T'V! ,1 Ii m o 1 ll H 1 II Rli -- .z I vm "1 V mi TT- - p For Infants and Children. rvi gi LTmwmmm hja V v r The Kind You Have t" -- fzSy. ,' nT5 ;e- Zkqc: ii nin-ol-ii- li-- lxi-fiio- 'i hsuiti-th- at :i - 1 ALCOHoi. 3 PLlfcKfj iUcgefafer.ennraitoafcrl: rl Always bought SJ 1 n-- . 1 . -l.j 'USiiEndtstoiIl3sri i lu-.--i Instruction Im- Good Officials. Bears the Signature 1 A.A n t c, c ?:c. L Dfees,.c.iiG. L'st.c.rifatrtsrefL'-- . IPJtJjGj Sjf ypjfe - II rm Here are several reasons why I trade at C. C, Davis' Drug Store: BECAUSE - Quality considered, his price can't lie lientt'U . There :uv no delays; customers receive prompt attention. BECAUSE -- Things WC get at Chas. C Davis' Store are all right. BECAUSE Things that ;o wrong bought at " Chink's" place will he made right. BECAUSE The poor man's dollar is worth just as much at Charley's place as the rich man's. 'BECAUSE There are no leaks from his store ; every deal is Mrictly confidential. BECAUSE BECAUSE-Cln- n. Why Not? From the Louisville Times. The awakened and more intelligent Interest In all that pertains to education in tlits commonwealth suggests an Inquiry In some quarters. "Why not, they ask. so eoutrive as that a continuity of reform be made the more certain by permitting a second term to the superintendent of public Instruction? Allowing for the time necessary for him to shake down In his oflice and become at home with the routine, how, in the brief space left, may he hope to shape and perfect plans that shall have time to blossom and bear fruit? Is it not essential that if those plans meet public appiovnl and support they be given every widest opportunity to prove their worth by results? The suggestion is worth consideration. There is much to be said for It and something, no doubt, ou the other side. But. at first glance, we are free to state that it "listens" well. Our Slogan "Education is an investment; ignorance is a tax." From the Russell Democrat. Herein lies the importance of education. We should educate rather than instruct, because it is far more Important to cultivate the mind than to store the memory, and instruction Is only a part of education. Studies are a means and not an end. Children are by nature eager for information. They are always putting questions, and this ought to be encouraged. Their instincts may be trusted to a great extent, and in that case they will do much to educate themselves. From the Shelby Record. r.essawl i Not Nak c otic. J?tcf.vjf!jJlk2'LJli7ItaX JLH'cSMs- ChiJk I Saxr &>reartarr. 1 Ancrfw t Remedy for ronsflpa ion . Sour Stouiach.Dlarrton r GUEENDALE ''.Yorr.is.Cmr-.-uIsioiis.i'h'crisI- CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL rrt ain t, but I m tired to death of goin' to school every day with a bic bunch or little kids. I don't like the boys to see me walkin' v ith all youn-stetaggin' along the road with me. I'nrgoin' to stop tomorrow." those If parents would only question their childien of school age carefully would soon gain their individual viewpoint. The child's viewpoint may thy not ngss anJLoss OF SLEEP-- mi 5l racSins!.' Siiaturz cf K COMPATCT, v," T! n J 3 for iv 2 Over TllE C'CNTAt iCSc ,v&u S 1 NEW YORK. ltTvJiyrf P vft&r'A ears toh crrf mw Guaranteed idisiSi5iiiJ yt' icnnefoouciiJj :t J5i?32 m w i siassB 3 the ccrrr&jii CiiAr,. r Exact Copy of Wrapper. 5s5aa 1 H h m l . Davis is never grouchy if !ninmti5n'Mnmnii!i!!jJi!iiniHmniiiiu!mnninmmi WWWM- t- -- you don't Iju - , 4-' '- I Try Him. Phsne S3. tfv'' H -- it l b " jlL. JL VERNON CASKET CD. &s..ds, 5 Ii.WlrJii?,AA &t&t smwisy.jL e PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS AND FUNERAL DIRECTORS, tZ KJIKAUIKKn Mt. Vernon, Ky. ( If our children are to improve at ATHLETICS, MAYSLICK CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL. MASON" CO. school there are two things their parents should bear In mind. There Ie well taken; but. nevertheless, it is his or her viewpoint and therefore haa should be n progressive, energetic value. It is always good policy to SI (,'AIJ COAT EVERY EDUCATIONAL. county school superintendent, and the PILL. The small can never afToid the pleasure and the exh ila ratios school trustees must take interest in which large numbers of children of the school age can give. The big their work and do their very best to consolidated achools are particularly sti,,i,g in this hold tlpon the older pupils get the best results possible In theii respective districts. There are not nTITtTI !! two more important otllcers In the county than that of superintendent and trustee. Rear this in mind when you are called on to elect them and vote for those who are qualified to till COUCH IVIETALiC CASKETS Coffins and Robes. work fort ho company. T z Liconed Enibalnifr wil J have oluiri of that line of 3 2 5 Orders by wire promptly tilled. Hearse sont to all points Hi How Can lliey Get to School? these places. MEN'EVER any one speaks of the consolidation of several schools the From the Berry Citizen. above question is at once asked, as though it settled the whole matPhysiology, hygiene and other feater for all time to come. There is an almost universal feeling tures pertaining to sanitation should against consolidation in many rural districts. There is a feeling that hae a proper placp upon the curricu- the children .should get to, school as their parents nnd'grandparonts did. lum of the school at this place and In several sections where taught regularly each week. In order lids state (and there are manyconsolidated schools have been established In such sections at this writing) the nuiiils rn that these subjects m.iy be properly handled the four physicians of Berry r. . r-; should be placed in charge. Each one of them would be willing to give an hour of his time each week to the school as an instructor upoL sanitary r hygiene science. The mere teaching of physiology, while it may interest somewhat and tickle the fancy of many of the childien. does not protect one against tuberculosis, typhoid fever and other infectious diseases These subjects would not be too dillicult to teach, and either f our pliysi clans could make them understnnda hie, interesting and valuable. GEORGE g Oftice Mt. Vernon " Monuniental Building PIIOXE Ti-VM fcn-h-- OWENS, Manner 1 1 ?z A Check on The WSt. Vernon Bank W UUtUUUUUUtUUlUUUiUlUliliUtUUUtllUtUUUKlUlUUIUi i$pfZ?iC$p. i r r.po o .4 . s a check on ur pnncnts. "When ii emes lack to you it is an indispulabie receipt for your money Payment by cheek is a chock on spending, too. You - think twice before drawing a check. And the second thought often results in vour not drawing it at all. Open an account and you'll save in spile of yourself. K ' u-oods THB BANK OP MT. VBBNON MT. YKRNON, KENTUCKY, W. L. RICHARDS, President. A. 15 - Saddles, Buggy and Vagon Hamesst 0 I Bridles, Blankets, Collars, in fact, all kinds m . rTT Ki oolcl and repaired. 2 or norse QUHU CUHD TT frir.TKTr'r'Ts-T- v A v m t li i ii .11 ,j n v im . l m i i i i i BANKERS OFFER FOR CORN PRIZES CLUBS. Iff' J- 'V - f - '. ,, 4 (d Main Street hack of Omit IIoiHe. GROWING i W T.DAVIS I I s!H!!!l U1HD FSTAKBPS I Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled Collins furnished Hearse sent to all parts of Ilaud-mad- e jj I if f tne county i y I All Phone orders by Wire Promptly Filled m W. A. COX,! 94-S MT. VERNON, KY m JONAS McKENZIE SELLS are spending $30,000 or $40,000 annual ly for calendars, and except iir rare cases this Is n "dead" expense. It was nil right years ago when banks first began to use this medium of advertising, but now practicully every busi- Georgetown Men Will Dispense With GOING TO CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL IN MASON COUNTY, Calendar Advertising to Carry back and forth to school on the inter.rbnn cars. Naturallv, this plan is a very Out Plan. great success. In other sections where there are tro trolley lines wagons are used. Some of these wagoirs are..built to accommodate as marry as twenty Calendnr advertising will be dNpens children, so that the cost of transportation per child is not great after the ed with by the bankers of Georgetown original investment in the wagorr is taken out. tliis year, says the Louisville Herald, expensive," some one says. Well, that depends on what you mean "Too and the money usually spent along thai line will be given by the bankers In prizes to the Boys' Corn Qrowing chili of Scott county. Commissioner of Agri riculture Newman recently received o communication from the bunkers of Georgetown stating that such action had been decided upon at a meeting of tire bankers. As a result of this action about $200 from that source will be given in prizes. This seems to be a sane and sensible thing to do. 'Calendar advertising brings inadequate returns for the moil ey invested. Tire banks of this state sum 77fmvZ1& Yon Need a Tonic There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking C&flDiJI The Woman's Tonic -- SELZ SHOES THt "ROYAL BLUE" IF you need a good pair of shoes it ness house in every towrr passes om calendars to Its customers. The merchant, thp miller, the butcher, the blucksfnitb and others make a bid for trade in this way. As a result the bank's customers have more calendars than they know what to do with and for that reason n6"ne of them are prop eriy appreciated. We venture the assertion that the lead of the Georgetown bankers will be followed by the bankers all over the state. TRANSPORTATION TO GUEENDALE SCHOOL. FAYETTE CO. by expensive. It may cost a little more money to get the children to and from school, but there will be fewer colds and coughs to contend with. There will be fewer children behind In their studies because they could not get to school on account of the weather. It is at least worth looking into, especially as some neighborhoods in the state are using transportation with great success and satisfaction to the general public. Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was so weak and ''nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." oegin laKing caraui toaay. bold Dy all dealers. Has Helped Thousands. GOOD RKASONvFOR HIS is to your interest to examine the Sek line before you buy JONAS McKENZIE MT. VERNON, KY. When a man has suffered for several days with colic, diarrhoea or other form of bowel complaint and is then cured sound and well by one or two doses of Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, as fo often the case, s natural that he should he in his praire of lu i. v i'y, and especially is this of ii severe attack when th' ltfe"is threatened Try it when in need of such n remedy. It never fails. Sold by Chas. C ' Davis. it-ien'1-nsiasti- ENTHUSIASM c A TEXAti WONDER. The Texas wonder cures kidney MINISTER PRAISES THIS LAXATIVE. and bladder troubles, removirg gravel, c.res diabe'es, weak.aLd Rov. H. Stubenvoll of Allison lame backs, rheumatism and all la , in praising Dr. King's New irregularities of the kidneys and Life Pills for constipation, writes: in both men and women. Regu- "Dr. King's New Life Pills are lates bladder troubles in children. perfect pills no If not sold by your druggist, will suchwithout them". home should No better be be sent by mail on receipt of $i. regulator for the liver and bowels. One small boltle is two months' guaranteed. Evei'v pill treatment, and seldom fails to ,them. Price 25c. at Chas. Trv C. petted a cure. Serd for testi Davis'. monials from this and other states. Dr. E. W. Hail, 2u26 Olive street Some. Pome mpn talk In their sleeD be-St, Louis, Mo., Sold bj druggist 'cause that is the only chance they gat " "WE iiiiiihi A c7 And don't week. DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE vTn i have to grease but once a Hade in Kentucky by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. Lftigtai Ky. , . , S. .. . -- . iT . .r