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IS-- p FYHIRrnOftl JS !ffH?K??51!?S5555SS5S?55n???S??s5ffsas? GRASS FA Hi::::- till" i::::: SS::.. 53 SIM 5 rtbnlrUKdtNAiuKiTBL jlslPiS JiiLi ?&ibl$it! fife IS mm miwl & & Pi 11 1 ir BrsK tei m mm IS Pi ipwaunsJwKsrSi sS BEga K?rr II IbI Mil i II isHS :sj u. ;T 1 M . b E!5 22 Will Have a Majority of At Kentucky's Least Twenty-Fiv- e Hun- CSS asa JHjS LS dred Votes RESULTS I AGRICUL TURAL AND LIVE STOCK EXPOSITION HELD. fell & I W .2?"" OF :;:;;! .aw THE PRIMARY, HORSE SHOW IS A FEATURE H a vk yg & a m , H &i AT THE cov. Mccreary makes poor SHOWING THROUGHOUT THE STATE. The Heart of the Blu Grass Region and in the Center of Fine Breeding Section. VVpMoui Nows-p.ipe-r ff" co.... E M m M mlk. S Wi 2 p fir g Fnlon News Sc ti in a -- bo In1 gftpgyJ5gggiCPgreCg "m. IT3 i 0 JJ i IN W f r ih , III OF fr- - & &a i ua-a- r FRONT GRAND STAND B Special Rings are being made up for the occasion. Same maybe had by writing the Secretary or calling at his office during the Fair, It is the object of the Association to make thenightshows mostinterestin " t?3 Cr I A ev7.su lLaa. a IS N3 u S In addition to the special show rings, arrangements have been made with Prof. A, T. McDonald, of New York City, with his string of educated horses, for the first time visiting any Kentucky towns, to give his performances each evening, and at no other time will his performances be shown except at night.- Jygg5et&ggFSx;A? 1 B-a-s- i IIC l" 1 SHOW Oil I sM-r- 1rl PERFORMANCES v e au I S pJ, . IE3 Lexington, Ky. The Bluegr.is-- fut The Seven Representatives Who Did Not Have Contests Scored a Clean the great agricultural live ?tok epo Sweep and All Will be Candidates titio'i, and the annual soc :il a :u event of ( entral Kjniu for Election in November Powers was held litre through the weeU S:t Wins Easy Victory. uatel as Lexington is, in the heart ! region, the cenu r ii th Western Newspaper Union News Service. the Uluegras line live btock breeding section of tbf Louisville, Ky. That J. C. V. Heck-haFnited States, and in the midst of a had defeated A. O. Stanley for more diversified and fruitful agri'Mtl the Democratic senatorial nomination tiiral activitj t: an perhaps r:n oi'iei lu Kentucky was indicated when cf tin- count-y- , tnat from 111 counties, most of them air is an institution peculiar t ' !' omplcte, gase Beckham a majority nil is typical of the Hluegrasb rego Even the of Kentucky. Tho pieliniinary entrn of about -- ,500 votes. confirm for the exhibitions and the imiuirif? figures of the opposition received Indicated that the fair woulc ihls estimate. As tho missing counbo the great success it was. the grca ties are all in the Tenth and Eleventh est and moat hugely attended by an Districts, where a complete report will of the series, which has extende. be lacking for a day or so, and all con- through many jears. The features o ceded to BeckLun, every indication tho horse show were rings for thret is that tho Beckham majority will be md saddle hortes, road built up near the 2,.'.oo mark. Beck, sters and fine harness horses, wh'l iiam has carried 93 of the 10 conn-aeimong the races was the $1,000 sta'c Eight of the eleven districts for trotters. Tuesday wa lave gien him a majority. His con- (ho time of the exhibitions of mill". cession of throe district to Stanley, ITereford cattle, Tain worth and Ilanip made by his campaign managers sev- - mi Ire hogs and Shropshire sheep, Ir ,ddition to the rings for breediir lass-s for saddle horses, including i 1,000 btake for sucklings; roadsters line and heavy harness horses, five am saddle horses, and pon'e other than Shetlands. On Wednesday the exhibitions of jacks and jennies, breeding classes for trotting horses Herkohlre, Poland China and Duroc-Jersehogs, Southdown, Cheviot Hampshire-Dowand Suffolk sheep, while the horse show had the roadster "talu-saddle and fine harness horso rings, with the congest for the best bo rider. Thursdays exhibition com prised the breeding classes for Anaer ican saddle liorses, rings for draft horses and Shorthorn cattle, while the chief feature of the hore show was saddle liorses the rings for 'lthough there will be contests also for saddle liorses, and roadsters, and a runabout horse ring. On Friday the Jersey cattle exhibition, with classes for Shetland ponies, thf I s p:-.r- 2!!' ; 2!!"" 12:::: ia.i . fea i :::: is:::: . t - l"-u;a- frS k ca M w W 91111 Wa :::- :- ....,! ...---..- 't-'- 88ttvv ( BOH" VI S I Q 61 1 9 Sail ..- Till fill HUH ,S '::! da.. eo... llve-galte- d $.. esc... SSOPSZSr s. .9 '3 . gSto three-gaite- d The Stores that do the Business i tmmam mma tm m y n , HI! Retail IA31 IIP Dealers willi O h5 rlfl 'SI (lRly riill ft 1 y live-gaite- d lolesale Prices three-gaite- d 5100 AT wy..y;Krea?g3'ggs:3 if HT "3 a f L, Y ry"-- " '' x. s .v Ay?T3r VWaU :?' .- ."' '"jvvr -v J C. W, p'-i- Beckha.ii. s In addition to the free performances each day on the track, consisting of Hippodrome, Races, etc., a special feature will be rendered each night, consisting of the most daring feats of Wild West performances. S2-gg?3- ?r 4 w JSi. - f5. I XiL Lx 4 aI I tii. PERFORMANCES 4 Consisting of Casting, Flying T anaf ivna-i-f tr Leaps. TV 7T A yfc. .gr" Jiii This feature will last from twenty to thirty minutes and is the most dangerous performances now being staged in open air. special program of Music arranged for each night performance, which will add to the occasion as only the best music will be used on this occasion. A or D A hM U is being N t Of t i RT vS I 1 The grounds will be handsomely lighted, and enclosed by 600 feet of Wall Tent. Each performance will be given in front of the Grand Stand within the enclosure mentioned, and a change of program rendered each night, i his is a new teature never before attempted by a country Fair in Keniucky, and we hope to make it the best part of our entertainment. All special features are very costly to the Association, and the program to be rendered will be no part of any performance shown at any time on the grounds, but are specially reserved for night. Everyone come expecting to stay for the night show. Show to begin promptly at 7:30 p.m. ruptcy, willon August nth 19f4, strips, chestnut, pp!ar, &c ; 1800 DISTRICT at the residence of B. F. Livesay at. about UNITED bTATKS inch chestuut, poplar 1 ;r. h be ral t'.ajs before ilu orne out. flov. .M.'"rcary's 'in i pcor race, with scsiuelj A CK tirable representation iuywhre, v.o matter or much political comine.' hj governor's meager vote is co tded to have weighed heavily agni Pauley's chances. Beckhani'b ha' "tight the wrong," reicning to hi inner senatorial ambitions and tnt eni:.l at the hands of a Dcmocrati gisTature, Is believed to have been A ig factor in his victory. GOOD ROAD WORK IN WARREN. majnrit ireincndcus 'amdi n's hrougl-mithe state for the shcr Crew of Over 100 Men Employed Throughout County. in nomination is an outst :nM:g fir ire of the piimary. Camden Bowling Green, Ky. The first mile ic entire suite by a vmo t!it is r lar'.jble. Only the officii renin-i- of new road constructed in Warren ".t.t:-tell th. 5Mr. county this year was completed near supplanted ril retires i Anna postoflice. Work on this mile "If gii.phic ropoits cu his raj". Anion of road has heen in progress since July mces for the 1' 15, and the road is one of the best ie llepubli'-iitakes that between Wilr.on and Eri-pieces of road work in the county. 5 still very close, though the Another mile on this same road will ovemor is said to have a nrp m v he begun, and this will carry the road wi in. The Progrestiw vof in construction work to Pleasant Hill o light that few reporls of it ve church. Another crew of men in the l.ule. Burton Vance, of LouLv lie Greencastle district of the county is ad a comfortable lead over li s oppo engaged in constructing a similar road tnt, Judge Oe;rge V. Jill- of Ov.cis on the Richardsville and Mouth of Gasinches- we" per road. Work on the construction of Several me-itaged for congretLional no'ii'ua ior. new roads in the Stallard Springs disWhile tlx trict will be begun on the Rockfield (i the vaiious dibtiicts. gilts were "hot whi'c they latte; and Woodburn road. c e&ults show that the winner pulled away by laige majorities NEW COAL COMPANY ORGANIZED. n the Democratic racej the follow in inners and their major' t'es-- in louiu Judge Robert H. Winn and Others Ingures are given: First disrnct, luru corporate Concern. V, Dcin., 2,700; Second dihtr'ct lincheloe, Deni., G.400; Third d.s Mt. Sterling, Ky. Judge Robert II rict, Thomas, Dcm., 2,000; Fourth di? Winn, John A. Judy and Lewis rict, Johnson, Dem., 8.000; Fifth dis of this city, have filed articles , rict, Sherley, Dem., 9,200; Sixth incorporating The Rush Branch Can no contest; Seventh district, nel Coal Co., with County Clerk Kel Cantrill, Dem., 0,700; Eighth district, !ar Greene. The new company ex district, Fields pects to carry on a geneial business no contest; Ninth Dcm., 6,000; Tenth district, no con- of buying, selling, leasing and operat test; Eleventh district, Powers, Rep., ing coal lands and the capital stock is ! d r, saddle horses, and rings for horses, and fine harness horses, and p ring for ponies other than Shetlands Saturday was thoroughbred day, in which the breeding classes for thor oughbred horses brought out many o' the famous former stars of the turf, which have been retired to the stud as well as their youthful progeny which will be the future great race In addition horses of the country. there were rings for roadsters, thr best girl driver under 12 jears old the best boy driver, plantation hordes, fine harness horses including the aged and junior championships), three-gaitesaddle liorses and the Eldridge special prize for saddle stallion or mare 3 years old and under. five-gaite- stake for three-gaite- d d saddle tcieiietcie4i4Jiiiiiiooiitt)steies) FURNITURE DRY GOODS CARPETS NOTIONS SHOES FURNISHINGS & SHOES & SHOES CLOTHING HARDWARE HATS & CAPS American FENCE GROCERIES BARB WIRE PROVISIONS SALT TOBACCOS FERTILIZER WINDOW GLASS STONE WARE PAINTS & OILS Doors and Windows MACHINE OILS SCREEN DOORS QUEENSWARE SCREEN WIRE WAGONS ENAMELWARE CULTIVATORS TINWARE PLOWS STOVES AND FARMING TOOLS RANGES HARNESS and BUILDING PAPER SADDLES ROOFING . .Tcl-iiso- t x b-- r n s fo.-i- n - y - o--- oi-ce Ap-perso- d's-rict- 8,000. DOG given SUSPECTED OF RABIES. at $10,000. IS FLOUR & FEED m MISSING MINISTER LOCATED. EASTERN DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY the old Dil oak, etc; 3200 ft. about Bevel Maretburg, poplar siding. Rockcastle County, Kentucky, at Above suitable for honse patIn the matter of io o'clock a. m. pursuant to order tern. Kutlorlge Lumber Euskirk A. W. BABBAGtf Petitioners, of sale made and entered in the Co. et al , above styled action, offer at public Iu Bankruptcy. Receiver. VS. sale for cash in hand the following NOTICE OFF.AT.fi Respondent Inscribed personal propetty: H. Hamlin A. ooa J"', (about) 2x4 to 2x8 oak Notice h hereby given I hat the FOR FLETCHER'S undersigned, as Receiver in Bank lumber, 500 ft. about ix4 to 6 COURT on what is known as lmgham farm near Carrollton is experiencing a mad dog scare. Several were bitten by a suspected dog. It was killed and its head was sent to Bowling Green for examination. Word was received that the head showed symptom of rabies. One of the men bitten, Harrison Martin, left at once for Bowling Green for treatment. The other victims are John Crawford, Jerry Bromwell, Charley Sullivan's child, little Lottie McCreery, and a small colored child. Carrollton, Ky. Covington, Ky. What is believed may lead to a solution of the mystery surrounding tile disappearance of the Rev. Hilton W. Hyatt from his home in Covington Is a letter received, signThe letter came ed "Rev. Hyatt." from St. Louis, Mo., and gave the ad' dress in that city. It requested that a box which was left by the min'stci with the Urm be sent to him at once No explanation of the absence was offered. The Rov. Mr. Hyatt is a member of tho Baptist ministry. U. G. anager MT. VERNON 1 GEO. S. Manager LIVINGSTON Baker Griffin Children Cry C ASTORIA Children Cry FLETCHER'S OASTO Rl A FOR CASTORIA Children Cry FLETCHERS FOR llll'.vtHNON SIGNAL 1 SgTEattFMKnEgHSBg: ?SEra3ffirar:r RIDAY, Aug- - 7, 19 14 Published every Ft iday by m EDGAR S ALBRIGHT. INSCRIPTION OKK YKAR 0 Babesia m Hi D &&&f f ' la Ek $I.OC on m Advi.'thing rates made known application MKMDKR OF iiia P & ffiJSxC. 1 8 1 1 B s. ssg'-- ' ill 5 3 It ti W. d! lid si 3 ti j : ad jafost aw 1S !!H KENTUCKY ,r t'KESS ASSOCIATION ifxRsisass. lTL JO- XTsl The Rate C'ase Decision. The Interstate (Jomti.erce s , Com-missio- u - decision : 1 the Dastern rate cases is bv no means all that it is d cidedly the railroads asU-dthey had bten led to more than expect by what purported to be authentic forecasts teat broad catt iu the ,iast few weeks. Tlu increase granted include both clas an J commodity rates and are confined exclusively to the lines between Pittsburgh and Buffalo No increase and the Mississippi is gniit-tn Atlantic seaboard rate or on such comtnadiiies as coal, coke and iron, The t tal increase is estimated at H per cent., Jess than lull, .t will be seen, ol what the raihoaJs asked. That a larger i.icreae was not icade to the euiuniishion'h bdne. that though conditions may warrant it, the tailroads !ae not made out a cse suthcieut to jus tif3T it. Fuither. tne commission is convinced thai there are mies in tlie way ol increased ratss and the abolition ol all passes which can be made to add materially to tiie railroads' uet revenues. Considering the successtul fight in the South and East lor lower passenger rates, this I recommendation of the com mission comes as a distinct surprise. Whether it could be put into effect is a question reasonably open to a difference of opinion U Eastern Caoitalists are here closing deal tor 150 GOO acres of Coal land. Several miles ot railroad are to be built this Tail. Ihe clr ouin is now ended; greatest crops for years, which makes great business for fall sure. This makes it necessary for us to get cash out of every single summer article so we can buy in quantities this fall. We have . . --Ever held in arranged 1 for the Li C & this County . Cji-Tsa,Xiiil- 1fc t. I A Na s 6 p . I r&S2T5BKZSZSSSX!BS3m One Big Lot of Men's Suits worth up to $15, last reduction One Big Lot Ladies Skirts, worth up to $7.50 Last Reduction, 3iasagrfMacrgij-g-gcgMcaagajitHffi- jl. 0atso . m: 4 U $27 1 95 pas-s.ng- er LOW SHOES -- For Women 2 98 1 50 2 48 1 98 LOW SHOES for MEN s 5tvj$G 4 50 Walk Overs Wallc-Over- MEN'S SUITS $20 00 alues now 18 50 values now 17 50 values now 15 L0 values now . 12 50 values now JO 50 value now $11 98 U 93 10 98 10 08 8 48 7 48 Last J MILLINERY GOODS Big Reduction on Nats. hits up to $7 50 now $3 50 3 o0 3 00 2 50 values now values (Tata) values uow Baba Doll 4 00 3 50 b 4 00 Beacon 3 U0 Beacon AValk-Overs $3 69 3 49 2 98 2 85 2 39 Children's Low Shoes ' Une Biu; Lot Ladies' aud Mioses Hats, worth up under normal conditions. As things are now, it is a practical impossibility. Taken as a whole, however, the chief significance of the decision lies in the fact that tneOcoramis-sion- , by a majority of five Mr. . T)ln1orimr ui mi iuiiu.i lliou f umu j ""e his assjciates, Mr. McChord alone diss&ntiug has reached the conclusion that the limit 10 which ' enforced retrenchment by the railroads can be carried with justice has not only been arrived at, but exceeded. Coming at any other time the decision would hve made immediately and emphatically for a restoration of business confidence and a renewal of railroad activity. With the wholetot Europe in a death grapple, it is difficult to see wherein the decision can, for the time being, have more tiio.il an ac identic mtiifst. Later on, when the Unitrd btaies :s callrd on to suUp y ihe world's 111 ukets and to take over in the commerce ot ijo-.tAmencd aud theParEtsi the pLce now held by the decision w ill be o .e 01 ihe Cuti --'- '-' $2 00 Tan Pumps now 2 50 Baby Doll now 2 00 " Doll now 1 50 Velvet now 00 Satin Pump 1 Trousers $5 00 Values now 4 50 Values now 4 00 Values now 3 50 Values now 2 00 Valuer now 1 50 Values now 3 4S 50c 1 98 1 49 98 79 - ft.j-lli..t- - 2 98 2 98 1 98 98 98 98 79 48 SERGES included except 5130 and 4130 which are "bargain at regular prices. ALL 6 to : now 48c t 0. 0 9 .Q Ladies Waists $2 50 China Silk Men's Shlrf. BIG LOT in all colors with soft collars and laundry shirts, work shirts, ( to : G5e $1 00 Values now 50 & 7.rc Values now 39c 0 0 -- -i ; Boyfs Low Shoes 83 50 values new 3 00 values now 2 50 values now $2 98 Wash Suits $1 50 Valium now 1 00 Values now 7o Values now 2 00 1 50 1 00 75 China Silk Voil Voil Voil 98c 98c 89c 79c 39c 198 179 Hundreds ot" articles at a fraction ol their true worth. 9 LEADERS IN DRY GOODS, SHOES. L CLOTHING ti AND FINE MILLINERY I Ik ' I L J -- JL. I l JzL. VI sJL2& P T MC If A vv&J" I " h e&"w -- G-rm- tributiag snen as o other nation has ' J ALlLrm&-?TTirLiiV I JTiLiLry &'& Wj1lwUMMUMKmmlMMmimm Mm lilSriiVr-f- r of and for wnich Aineii-cii- n oreamed foresight, by the buildit.gof i5SK3SSS233E3 E3S23S2K!3H2S2S2SC33I2S,. the Panama canal and the passage ... T.rTiy-jft"1'-: ' J"?t-'rrt.y .TTTr. err? i iTf r7 nas&s: Foil Sale. My tai m of 60 acrcb Whatever other conclusions may of the tariff act, together with the A TEXAS TONUER. known as Adam Bryant place. insanity that has mastered Europe, be drawn as a result of Saturday's The Texas Wonder cures kidney One good house, 2 good gardens primary, one thing on the. face of has paved the way. Good paint guarantees your bouse against and blade er troubles, removing good bam, blade smith shop, hen rresent surface indications, seems grauel, cures diabets, weak and j decay, just as good insurance guarantees house and well watered. Will certain, and that is Mr. Stanley's all irregnlaiities of the kidneys 'sell worth the money. $100 REWARD $1'J0 you against less by fire. "Any old" paint nomination for Governor next ar.d in boty men and women. W. E. LlVFSAY, The readers of this paper will be year by the Democratic primary. is no more safe than "any old' insurance. Regulates bladder troubles in Mt. Vernon, Ky. pleased to leian that there is at 3. The second conclusion is that children. least one dreaded disea-You want sound insurance and If not sold by your that tcience has been able to cure in all State wide piohibition will be the drucrBi-st- . will be seut by mail on its stages, and that is Catarrh. issue in the primary campaign, if receipt of $1.00. One small bottle Hall's Catanh Cuie is the only not in the general eleciion aud Lice stop hens laying ,A ..nl positive cure now known the med- tint Mr. Stanley, in the primary ' In tU'n liinnllic lrnlii.ot,l and check the growth of " &l young birds. You can C ical fraternity. Catarrh being a will be the perhaps avowdd rop-- 1 dom tails to perfect a cure S'd easily get rid of all lice, ,, . amstitutio'ial disease, requires a 'tor testimonials from his and other , mites and vermin with If you know about paint, look at the ,. .. const.tu'.isnal treatment. Hall's a'seuiaiive uj luui eicinem iu ius: stales. ur. li.. vt Hall, 292b Powdered Catarrh Cure is taken internally, party nhich is opposed to State- Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold formula on every can of Green Seal. It Lice Killer acting directly unon the blood aud wide prohibition of the liquor by SSc and 50c is the perfect formula or a smooth, Druggist. mucous surfaces of the y.y.steni, traffice. and save money. Also the best insectidogs, cats, plants and flowers. cide for thereby destroying the foundation elastic, durable paint. Refuse substitutes; insist on Pratts. These two propositions seem of the diseaes, and giving tee paSatisfaction Guaranteed or Money Back The local will carry a special " Get Pratts 160 page Poultry Book tient strength bv building ud the at this time to be inevitable. caach to the Brodhcad Fair. The FOR SALE BY const tution and assisting nature Mr. Stanley has his campaign Bv in doing its work proprie for Governor already made. He! Signal earnestly lequests every The T one who can possibly go. to attors have so much faith in its curaJ- tive powers that they offer One could probably win it without tend this Fair. Every indication mjni.imTnTwma Hndred Dollars for any case that making another speech. points that it will be the best one -it fails to cr re. Send lor list of of his race with j ever pulled off in that town and The result TrMrt fi'-njit -- . .1 testimonials Now fchilt the Mt- - Vernon in-- r oeusimui leaus lo tne uenei mill ,s the rlufcv nf Up nonnlo- t,.0f. ' fu t? UI Uirv, HWUU vtr . 1U11 mil ' C. - "- Constipation is the starting J Address- - P J. Chtney & Co., LllC Tu 1UU 1'Ul f"!"1- 'u over, let all join hands and . . had the campaign lasted two ronize the hair. Such institutions ler Estate whidi will be sold on point for many serious- diseases. Ohio. Sold by all Drug Toledo. ATTORNEY-AT-LAweeks longer he would have been are for the good ot the community l Monday August 17, 1914. will be To be healthy, keep the bowel niake th- - Bvodhetd fair a howli gi Is, 75c. " active and regular. HERhJINE successful. He seems to be the and to succeed must have thesup-'sol- d Family Pills for Take.Hall's Free from all mortgages liens will remove all accumulations in MT. VERNON. KY. sort of a candidate that his party port of 'he people. and dower interests. A fee simple the bowels and put the system in wants, and ro one of the gentledeed will be made by the Trustee. priirfe condition. Price 50c. Sold -men now talked of a? "a uiobable OFFICE.- On 2nd. floor fo For Infants and Children, by John Robins, Brodhead, Ky. Respectfully, candidate for the Democratic no- m- For Sale: Two thoroughbred The Bank of Mt.Veruon, on Church The Kind You Have Always Bought street. Special ination for Governor could defeat Berkshire boars and one sow Ar- W F. Champ," FOR FLETCHER'S attention given him if he entered the race.-L- ex-' 1 3 collections. piy to w. j. Sparks, Mt. Trustee n Bears the FOR FLETCHER'S I Leader., Ky. Phone No. 80. John W. Miller j Signature of &4fo 1 Ti hco, in .11 en ot ptos-p2iit- y 4 e Stop Torture -- Hamia's Green Seal Paint ! . pratts, S. C. DAVIS For &aie B. NOE -- 1 1 .. ..... ! I NOTICE! VV " . 1 Williams, W, - Children Cry CASTORIA c&&m CASTORIA W Ver-mgto- CMIdren Cry C A S.T0 R A 1 loICTo ON PAPER Mr. VERNON SIGNAL 7. 1914 V AIR NOTES L 1 V I iN (J sTO N. Judge B J. Bathur-um- 's TO-DA- YS WAR NEWS AT A Mt. Vekkon, Ky Aug li s German troops invaded Russian Poland v and occupied the Kali1-- . town of 'I lie German army violated the nenrahtv of Belgium, ot which Great Britain is protector. Ger- man troops occupied tie Belgian town of Arlon. Belgium had previously refused Sunday the 9 h T. J. Pennington were our ticket rf ""- - o"' "" Next "common rumor" 'common to consider an ubiuiat im offering TIME TABLE. is the bilh C(. mention at the i, ...i... might? good testimony w1imi a certaiu agreement with Genmany M1) D in S - llcis auu uuu.y ncirjjuuu mica ii. 4 ncitn. liomembtr Ch.istian Church. norm 3:53.a,ni Tom Proctor and Lojjnn Sowder w day w ,, Kru ef L, bufid a witness is brought before the iu case Belgium agreed to facilitate court to tell on oash what he or the movements of the German 11:43 am were on the Job at !Ii south the gate as jn a ro()in cot,iatri on h's neighbor's army. a .M South 12:19 am usual Judge L. she knows about lot on Main stieet standing as :o truth and viracity So grave i the si:uat;on regardwas I as. Landrum, Agent, The fair company wishes to ex W Beihuriun, ot Mt 'Ve'-nou- . ied lion ed that a coalition government of as we las ptai'i old .Judge Lair, of press to Judge Ballard, Sheriff h re Monday, funis NT. 8. esty. ill parties probably will be form Win-leaand Alt Vernon, was with relatives d C mi Mullins, Jailer Ky. ritoffice It is t'uly gratifying to see ed in the British Isles, while it at III. Ml Wrnon, i n'r-- 'l their corps of splendii assistants here a few uajs ago and inlor.iRd public sentiment roused and th .lunil muttfr. m wasgenerally expected that Field e their thanks for the splendid order us that he was 01 years old. po'itical cc nscunce quickened. Mui'nhal Earl Kitchener was to be maintitiel, and for the iroinpt weie suipriMed huw young he What we rid vohrsotice regard appointed Minister of War I K it S 0 N A h S Tlit way in which all the drunks and looks and o full cf .He d as line jport, and goud pastime Dowager Em; ress Maria, of to head in. tnary election is over and it wcs were shown election Rn.ssia, was stepped by fie GerDavis was here from I especially al oat August SN They were thirty six in Jail at one surprising hov little interest its for the I'air. "snap" mans iu Beiliu on her 'ms s mewhat lo-- t to taken by bo.h sid s but the tug of tune. i od old Ginger c ike Hand Russia and told to return to LonThe hi Mis C II Hrtffmin f Paris wir uid come in Novtinber'at tl.e cider" In r mother here for a few &jDi rectors, W G. Hy.smger. J. das have gone to leturii don or go to Denmark with U T Burnes, eleciiou W Parsons and Tom Kirby were general Ballot no more The The Russian naval port of d.iys worker fur the Baptist Young always on the job and took care o sia e syste forever broke up the habit Libation the Baltic was bombaid-e- d Mrs J.Thos. Cherry was the e seveial J. on the outs'de. None Peoples Union, was he if buying voters in "Blocks ot by a German cruiser, which guest ot Mrs. J. W. Brown during the matters holding an instiworked harder than thes? three to das last week inarching the sellers in was also engaged with a Russian the week. tute at the Baptist church. The Five" Who Won the Democratic Nomination for U.S.. Senator by make everything go well. platoons, to the polls" drunk as cruiser. Mrs. Satterheid and children of members of the organization at i 'eal lords" to vote "viva voce'' the T. J. Niceley malves an The German lleet was reported Abont 5,000 Plurality. Mr. and Louisville, are visiting this place Were much eddied and red ticket, the. black or bine. sailing into the North Sea. where ring master. htrengtiiened, being better equip Mrs. R. A. Sparks. life has the Biitish fleet is said to be conA new era in national W. H. Fish and Chns C. Davis, ped for the work before them mid Pennington Mr. and Mrs. T. J dawned, public sentiment has centrated. w Mr. and Mrs. Andrew the secretary and president, cor feel that never before have they visited ,. a . l. . riM.r. r',,. i j.uu vt;i iiiun vmoissaiior una tainly deserves much credit for had the ability lor tiaiuing the been aroused. week. Gentry during the We aie seeing as we never siw not yet left Paris j do-ifor the Ptir. They young people for Christian ser Mrs Fishback Ins returned the work the indignities that have lefore Fighting between Russian and and hive betn at it vice that they iijw have. The frnin Richmond whre she has been w irked hard hoeu heaped upon, the clean, German cavalry patrols on the' have oiganiZed their union and are fir a long time. attending summer school. sober imelligent citizen-hi- p of the frontier resulted in slight losses The horsemen all ve't away looking forward to great results. nation We are beginning to apW. Soward, of Bar Mrs A French officers are reported On la t Sunday a number ot the boursvillf. ins been with her from Mt Vernon satisfied if some the danger that con Iron s to hive attempted to go cross the d.iy with prehend mother, Mrs. Carmical, for ? of them did not get very much young people spent the us as a people. The inroads that Dutch frontier into Germany, but Miss Annie Waito:: at her beauti nonev. week. have been made and are n w in unsuccessfully. ful Klondike house and enjned a French ait men are said 'o hive Misses Bird Perkins of Crab Tlat prince ot geirlemen, Wnl ilinner that is seldom served in progress of muring by the pro.-t-i and Pat Perkins of Stan fi r Walker, of Stanford tuMonot'our only safe guard, to made daring flights vur G rman Orchard, drove the county ot about ten courses! . American civil and religious torn tor -v. ford, are the guests of Mr. and over Kridav and did the judini; Those present were Misses Florliberty. Viz: The sanctity of the German cavalry is reported to W. G. McBee. Mrs. ind there was no kicking on h's ence Pennington, Nettie Rice, have crossed the French frontier lie knows a good hor e Minnie Wood Quiggs of Eliaa ba.lot box is alarming. decisions O F Bryant, one of the most Dear lriends do ou realize what near Belfort and tried to compopular agents on the road is when he sees it. bethtown, Ky , Alice Ward and you have done to the mnn whom mandeer horses. holding down the Mt. Vernon John you bribe to vote, The 1914 exhibition of the Mt Georgia Amyx and Me.-sr- s or to do any Martrial laA' was proclaimed jc88ow$c& $& ;..;$-office while agent J. A Landmrr Vernon Fair will long be remem- Fields, Earl Rice and John Clark. thing contrary to law. tnritout France, where the mobiliis off. The Big Mt. Vernon Fair will bered as one of the best ever An awful hue and cry is raised zation and concentration of the Dr. M. Pennington, and Dr. E pulled off in South-Easter- n Ken be pulled of this week and from when some poor wretch is hi.e vavious armies have been carried I Brown, of Stanford, have been tueky. what we can gather the Fair peo J. to give false testimony in a court out satisfactorily. fi .ar'aBaKMgg53Effblfii,sflcasaji unhere several times to see Mrs pie are not leaving any stones The German authorities accuse Next week will show a list of turned to make it a success. of Justice. Mary Williams in consultation Kyt If it is a crime, for him, a fel- tli4 French of violating neutrality the horsemen and good horses at Every one that can go, should. with Dr Lovell ony, to ba guilty of perjury what aud of crossing the frontiers e the Mt Vernon Fair. The thing to do is to patronize v Mrs Marv Williams continue.1" the declaration of was. shall be said of the man, or men COMPLETE LINE Wm. Bullock who has done as your home Fair and we don't be who hired him to swear. If is sick, is better some c ays and very ft Neutral Lnxemburg is occupied it Coffins, Caskets and Robes f?X&Ajft: worse others. When overcome b iiueb if not more than any other lieve anyone will regret the time a crime for a poor ignorant, be- by H 0,000 German troops. ii' v 5. , . ... g Mail, Telegraph or Teleone of the seveie attacks, the pain one man to make the Mt. Vernon spent in attending the Mt.Vemon sotted wretch to sell his political .9 aacl'' j3: v r which she endures seems unbar hir the b'gn.e.s'., and best iu the Fair this year. Miss Fred Owens liberty what shall be said of the 4f phone orders Promptly RESOLUTIONS right on the job of Elmwood. Ohio, is visiting rela man or men $ aMf. Much uneasiness is felt as country, was that furnishes the Filled p" .,? r. ' i Mt. Vernon Lodge No. 3IO tives here. Fred Beaver, of Eto working early and late. to the outcome. means and the other fellow that wall, came to our town a few days I. O. O. F. john Perciful the boy who used There are many who have done ago and took Miss Nettie Farley to clinches the bargaiu? It is getting Our beloved brother, ti live with Mr. Will Gentry is valuable service for the fair whose Knoxville, Tenn., where they were to be a serious joke, to buy and J. Whereas,was on the 20th J. Bell, jay of one of the concession men at the lames we do not have, but will be sell votes It is becoming awful i;iS?7Pt!SSSgg?JM.'SJf-fmade man and wife. Mav their July, i9i4, by the decree of an He left here included in the final cr't; up. Mt Vernon fair. risky. When such men as the pathway be strewn with roses and overruling providence, call-.- from 1 twelve years ago and this is his The Swain shov band lurnMied may their journey through life be Judge in Adams County, Ohio, his earthly suffering to a home first visit back. Since he left he the music, which was first class. one of pleasure Mrs John Mul and Judge Benton of Clark Counts where pain and sorrow are un- - k lias been around the wold. Ky., nnd Judge B J. Bethuium ot is visiting relatives at Mt. weary ti nd A big Mt. Vernon Fair is the lins Pulaski county and others put known, and where the Conn Brown is here from Aran Vernon this wejk. Uncle "Fritz rest, be it therefore. cas Pass visiting his parents, Atty. universal decision of every one Krueger was with his son, W. H. their foot on it. Resolved. That in the death of g Somebody is going to get their and Mrs. J. W. Brown. Conn who attended Sunday. Fred Baker, Krueger. Brother Bill, the members of this will be the next Count y Attorney Our edition is a little late th:s the hustling clerk for U. G Baker foot in it, some of these latter lodge fully recognize that they of his county in Texas, which will week, but this is fair week, the and G.S Griffin was in Mt. Ver days. have lost one of their number, who 4 xt be most welcome news to his office force has worked hard for non. Sunday. Still the mnn from it s naa enougn, to tempt, a was at all times imbued with the S ?j manv friends in old RocVcastle sober man, to take a bribe, but many weeks and deserved a rest Stanford is making his regular pure princip'es of the order, ard what of the man, who wi'hout any which we pla-sgave them, even visits to our town andt'-aon Sun whose life and conduct suffer no LOCAL though there had been no paper day. We don't see how it is that sign of renirr-- e of conscience, pro reproach to be on his character, cures aids or abets in the double eith-.-F F Robins and his brother. at all. We will be right on the a salesman would come to see oui as an Odd Fellow, fellow 3 job her-- . after and endeavor to give merchants every time on Sui clay. ded, infamous ciime of brutaliz- citizen or liusb-iiid- . Ig in town last wee! Chas . were readers the very best paper We are .a'.isfiod that one of our ing a human behig, by making mir selling baled hay. Resohed, That the sincere and ? possible eaih week. We ask our prettv gii's is the attraction. We h:m drunk, in order t get him to heartfelt .sympathies of the mem- - I Everv one that has attended thr correspondents to send in regular will not give his name; so John ote or to make him incapab.e of lurs of this kdge be, and are here- - , you can surely depend upon Ml VERNON FAIR ought to go .v each wtek all the good news of plare'r. need not worry on tint point. getting to the polling by extended to ttie bereaved wid- - t week to the Brodhead fair next that public senti- ... Is it j p . their respecive localities or com One of the finest rai is of the ,i 1.. in time of trouble is your bank acov auu r luiunjr uiuiu ueceaseuj r an'' see for themselves which wn-t- ! munities. ment, in this boasted age, this season fell here Monday, altho wii'jsc loss we, wnti tneni Better e b rter count to acquire a of the Christian Era, oroiiicr, most of the crops are past redemp- 2oth century deeply mourn. The admission to the Brodhead reYo c. . v.ec. our dinner big one by depositing you have tion, yet it wdl do a great deal of a time of public education of Resolved That these resolutions f: fair will be twenty five cents, a ligious zeal and activity is it whip, umbrella ba. it, buggy Miss E Fishbach. of Mt. good. be recorded on the memorial page h in raiu coat or other valuables at the good square meal for 2 cents Vernon, was with her daughter, possible that any man or set of of the records of the lodge, and K of good shade and pure deliberately You'll Find the necessity t' thiuki iir Io!ore Brodhead fair free Look for the Plenty Mrs. Robt. Shroeder, Friday. -- men, can, and will, that the secretary deliver a copy f. water at the Brodhead fair. lu-paying a great Incentive to saving. check room use it. H. M. Kink, of the Big Hill, was plan to carry an election, by these thereof, propeily engrossed to the t trouble cotnes what you have ben pivented B Petty Jealousies never gets, any The Brodhead Fair Association here Saturday, enroute home from means? If so. Gcd help our State Widow aud family of the deceased t'nuii frittering away will make a comfortablo and nation! God save our homes has added i special feature to their Pineville, has almost recovered body anything It never fails to and a copy delivered to t .e Mt. balance . er or by whom prac- piogram this .season, which is a from the shots he receivod about our wives and children and our Vernon Signal for publication. hurt where beloved country and may God in W A. Cox' ticed. The people admire the big horse show at night together with two weeks ago.-- - Mr. and Mrs ) of RSt. love and mercy pity J. C. Renner, Com. man, who is too big to deal with with some special attractions con Geo. O'Mary, of Jellico. are visit- his infinite W. H. Barnes. sisting of educated horses and ing their son, J. T. O'Mary, of this and save those who knowing their I BTlrTK!itrtfeJ3BB5aKaBQ liitle things. duty in this regard doeth it not. is wild west and other performances. place. Mrs. J. R. Orndoff and The Swain Show Co. has been prayer. Miss Nellie our the attrrction for the week and a The Mt. Vernon fair which grand daughter, Result of Saturday's A Voter, in Rockcastle. the story. The closes to day has been all that the Hagan, who have been visiting relafaw words tell Democratic Democratic Republican TJep. Rep. people of Mt. v'ernon are satisfied fair association could ask for. tives atliarrodsburghavereturued U S benate U. S Senate U S Sen. Congress U. S Sena'e The floral hall far surpassed the home; Mrs. 3 W. Rambo, who with Swain and Swain in satisfied Long T'm. Short Term hong Term Short Trm expectations of any one and the his been visiting her son, D. B. with Mt. Vernon. Js " stock rings, show rings and races Rambo, of this place, has returned !a PliEcfNCTS a P. F. Robins of Brodhead, were as good as ever seen at any to her home at May wood, Ky. bought a bunch of yearling cattle country (air in the state, because Mrs. - H. Browning is visiting from Beu Cromer at 25 each and the bett show horses in the State relatives in London, Ky. - C. I. 5 S k5 a 5 c S 3 O &, S3 of calves from Cromer are on the grounds. Many a bunch Rambo was in Maywood, Monday. of the ; G 9 East Mt. Vernon 3r I5 7 3 32 Bros, at $1.5. per head, also a noted horsemen of the I4 7i 6: , 14 103 state are West Mt. Vernon 13 I5 1)5 6 i7 G 52 33 3 117 14o 5 1 from Frank Kirby and here and in our bunch k BETfER DON A Round Stone next issue will be 18 o 02 62 I7 35 5 5 9 nc 1 -- ' Nicely, of Skeggs Creek. jga Scaffold Cane 1 1 iO 18 8 1 given a full and complete account. 5G 0 SO 19 16 3 56 lo . & f Crooked Creeic 2 o' 1 1 4 o 0 68 8 5' All parties having 78. Notice: 2 ' When the baby is suffering the I Orlando I 2 1 2o 2 6 '7 7d 27 9. 4 o 47 90 claims against the Estate of E. L. double affliction of hot weather One:application soothes and heals a rough ; Livingston 10 33 10 6 8 20 iU 18 97 4 41 1 EVERY STYLE OR SHAPE HERE I ll7 Q iinjpIyikin.and.whenreDeated.nuiclckrfrf.rte Cockrell, deceased, will file same, and bowel disorders, the remedy Walnut Grove 10 1 1 6 0 a cure. Eczema. ErvsiDelas. Tetter. H'remanfl i4 36 4Q 16 2 3 0 3 all slcin diseases yield to its curative propemes. needed isMcGEE'S BABY ELIXproperly proven with me, on or Br.wn... 13 10 39 4 3 5 9 33 ii- 27 6 52 3 a dux. ji au uruggtsts. Jifc. SON- - Brodnead Send for free (ample and Ikmi;. '"Health acd Iieautr, , 70 before the 17th day of August IR. It reduces the feverish cony 101 M l5 15 3 5 5 lt - 77 & CO., lutinaiun, dition, corrects the stomach and Powers 21730 Spring; Garden St., 1 o r PhlU., Pa. '6' 3L i2 G4 545 X 1914. checks looseness of the bowels. " -Pine Hill 1 l . Ir 2 5i ii 4z 6 3 4 ." 12 ! 68 1 Geo. S. Griffin, Price 25c and 50c bottle. Sold Master Commissioner R. C. by J hn Robins, Brodhead, Ky. Total 101 55 "280 Go 54 243 G4 842 I15 548 117 io62 79 Ad-vi- ce Elislia Bullock, salesman, ol On account of the high win i the balloon tnuu ( ould not fly the sec- Hansford, was with our merchants Mo diy. J W. Baker was iu Mt The heading if adopted by the up "No. 79" wnenTTQ ond day. Miss Bessit Vernon, Sunday. to Oommunl. X, J i Vice President J.H. Coffey was Carson, of Jellieo, is visiting rela ptinter will tend to show what the eots wtcli SIGNAL one of the ard w rke s and rend- tives here and will attend the Mt fudge intended Viz: It is the Judge's "Ad" pointing ered much valuable assistance. Vernon Fair. Mrs, John Griffev out what he intends to do with R. B. Mnllin, director, was an a id little fon. who was struck by the "Vice" part of it. indispens.ble adjunct in the sec tne train a fewd.ijs agn is rapid1 The Judge knows whoreof he improving. Bom j the uite oil r tary's office, speaks, if not p-- ticaliy ar.d ex J ,nes vnter on the 30th c.f July pcrimentallv he does If now f.otu tCUtSV'LLE i. NtSHVILtCR R CO, C. B. McKczie. V. C Tate and :..! w-it- GLANCE - to-da- I miEr t-- a . 1 s fa-.h- io 4- icititl-ciiiv- t- - pn-bullie- -- an-cast- er s An-iral-- an 11 GOV. C BECKHAM 1 1 ,,,,,1,-- e to-da- $ -- r -.- GRANVILLE OWE MS UNDERTAKER Brodhead 1 i bo-for- - iMJJ t fffK 1 ma tj 'ccooc :'r:crrr: 33a& hJ3ni d t r The Helping Hand most start what 1 The Bank of iVIt Vernon fr. The Bank Vernon imi !Haa Primary -- T- I -- 8-- f Swann Straw Hat 81 - -- nuu-owA- J. FISH & pr oi:iii,ij;hi 60 j- - 2-- Pluralities . ...... - f 179- - 183 727 ' 31- - IQ17 45 N -- '. Hs.K I IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TH;? UNITED STATES ME KITCHEN 'GARDEN AND HOME ORCHARD JffllaiisDrmk-- JI (jDomans Drink- For The Easteri- District of - OUTAGE 3 rr I Kentucky. ") T 3arc!srii:g and Fruit Growing Appeals to Man Profit fiiade From Small Plot. wsssm Cry for FEetcher7s ChHdren X-v- v CvVv :o'"kro-vccs- (overubodtis Drink x . $&4 v.....v v. v- -' ?&w ';::: -- CHte3fe. "V.'J- -' igorously good delicious. and keenly Thirst - quenching and refreshing. The national beverage and yours. &. L Demand tlie genuine by full name Nicknames encourage substitution. I , THE Whenever ou tee en of Coca-Cola. COCA-COL- A COMPANY l&gfca J b Atlanta, Ga. Arrow think Wailf' WANT I WHEN YCU Genera! Merchandise m p stn ints 1 CO TO JONAS WeKENZIE TH3 $ OLD PKOPLUS HSLIAgLS $ BANK $ A Straw $ will Show the ! Way $ the Wind Blows Have yotf Noticed the Wonderful Growth of the $ ey $ $1 $ there's a reason. SAFE AND SOLID $ Eye) anking Facility AMPLE RESOURCES For the Convenience of the People $ OF ROCKCASTLE COUtfTY Us Us $ PEOPLES $ BANK $ $ TF you have - . j ?&& KABO lte lire Modd CORSET is an average figure corset, made, of corded batiste. Finished at topwith silk embroidery trim. Has a rubber gore in bottom of back section. Has very low bust and Jong skirt. Is very lighUy boned. Has front clasp. Back wires have featherbone at three pairs of supporters. 6014 6H-inc- h money carefully in buying your clothes, you can least afford to economize in getting your corset. You'll find exactly what you want in a Kabo The Live Model Corset. You'll get style, fit, comup-to-d- ate to spend your his own door. Disease and insect pests cause : PINE HILL. jreat deal of loss because no system atic effort has been made to keep After a long absent from the in control, and undoubtedly thisthei' ac columns of the Signal will try and counts for the great damage, so oftei give ycu some news of our little noted. San Jose scale Is especiall bad and it promises to wipe out man: town. The Kentucky Portland cf the old orchards entirely. Althougl Coment&Coal Co., expect tore it appears very bad to the casual ob H sume business in a few days -- server, it has often been termed ? where The school here is progressing blessingof in disguise employed. proper means control are nicely with Miss A great many farmers feel that thej Mrtle Bryant and MrvOmer Chesnut as tvach-eas- . can not afford to wait long enough for to Clell Cottengim and Coleman an orchardlong mature. It is true thai it takes a time for an orchard tc Anderson left for PineVille Sun come into bearing, but if the plan of day.- - There was a large crowd growing small fruits as a side line U from h"re attending court at Mt. followed while the trees are growing a profitable income will thereby be dp Vernon Mo thy. Mr. W. B rived. Reinko and A (J. Thompson are The fruit grown In Eastern Ken tucky is equal to that produced in any spending the weelc in Louisville section. The standard Miss Kmma Pencil who has been otherRome, Grimes, Jonathan, varieties like York Im in school at Louisville returned perial, not to mention the Berry Red. Champion, King David, Black Ben and home last Wednesday. J. W. many others that are not so commonly Southard and family of Henderson found. People interested In fruit growing are visit.ng relatives here John and gardening throughout Eastern Sturgill has moved his family to Kentucky will do well to visit the hor Uast Bernstadt- - -- John McHargue ticultural car that Is soon to traverse a sou of Chas. McHargue was the railroads In that section. Various dragged from his hotse by a limb orchard practices, such as planting spraying, wil. Saturday morning and suffered a cultivation, pruning and addition sam be fully discussed. In broken arm. Mrs. Bob Roberts pies of the various diseases and In is in Danville with her daughter sect pests will be on exhibition and the who is very ill. Miss Madie Dolan fully proper means of control will bt explained. Perhaps there is no branch of agriculture that appeals to nvm more than SPECIAL AGRICULTURAL TRAIN Bankruptcy H liicruiit that ot gardening and fruit growing WILL MAKE A TEN- Piu-u-nlj a order issued to The desire to see something groiH'g DAY TOUR. i nn as Tin, tee in the nhnve siyle as the result of onr own efforts is hy I will, on Moudu) August 17 110 means confined to the man living cie, A D IU 14. at 1 oMoi-U- , p a1 , o in the country, for it appeals to the t te pfeiins. s a out mile cus o man living in the city as well. In a STARTS ON JULY FIFTEEN Mt Vernon, Ky , ottr fur sale sit great many cases It Is sod to relate that the city man, with his small backpubiii- atioimn ihf loiluwing pio;. yard garden, too often puts his coun-.re.ity. to win brother to shame when it comes Train Equipped With Most Interesting Ah .ut i'IO firivs la-sitna-o the matter of a home orchard oand Instructive Exhibits That Can n Roekc.iste I'omity, Ky., ou t:u better 5 till, a kitchen garden. The Be Secured for the Trip. Sine in It; east' of Mi .verace man in the country juptifie- Vi.'; uon, ai d if. the limsclf for the lack of a gardei besiiiue ,ni c On July 15th the Agricultural Exper-mien- t ey d to tht said John W. Mil e ..use of the lack of time or more ofte'i Station will send out from Lex uause gatilciihig is womar's woil- by two (2) deeds recorded in deed ington an agricultural special train, v'hile it is true that the work neces nook No. 21, 505. and refer .ry tor he tour oi care of theorchsid which will make a once is m ,dt- - to these deeds-thnd garden often conflicts with the Eastern Kentucky in the ettort to add orders and rec in tnis Crtst iore important farm operation, sti. interest to the proper tillage of tl. for a more specific description. t is not v legitimate- excuse, he msc soil of that section. It Is, of course Also at the same tune a 'd plan 'e satisfaction and profits dcrh-- . d ar understood that through the mountains I will offer lor sale, the v ne9n ': ra'iy g.e:ior in o. - .on thjn of Kentucky the area of land suitable manufacturing plant consisting i.J aose denved from other, crcps The profit derived from a good Kitch- a gasoline enirine, up)., crusher and press all comp'ete, u n guiien. where aspar.igus, rhubarl j.stradish and oth'r vev-t.'b'an lot of farm implements, plows, Sir own, is almost invaltiab'e fiom tin hOH.s. saws, ladders and about 6 andpuint of health as wed as wealth gmd whiskev barrels. A v'lio does not relish a meal where oiu lot ot lumber and cord wood f thete vegetables is served after liv The land mentioned above is tc ng all winter on the heay nitro he i"ld Iree if all liers and mort pnous foods that make up the majoi jortion of the bill of fare during tin .'ages and Irte of cower intere t old months? to theanioiint 01 $1500. There t Fortunately this condition does not jMs&'jfc'K a claim for dower on this to tin & rold true for all the sections of the extent of the price it sells forovei TsSfeg nate. """y3t"L'"re and above this $lfoo. 1 he othe help In the mountains one can not being impressed with property wid he sold free of ai of small kitchen gardens the number fymp. ifu. that liens and mortgages. Possession cated near the house and for are lo the most given when sale and bonds tire part tended by the housewives. In pioved Jiis garden one will find all sorts of Terms: Purchaser will be rethat do well during the quired to make a bond for the pur .summer and early fall before the frost chase prie of the land with ap npears. At the same time one can proved surety, one half of which 'ct help being impressed by the ab nee of hardy vegetables that wil to he paid 3 months and the olhei oep well during the winter months half 6 months from date of sal each to bear 6 per cent inteie-fro- m The small fruits, such as the straw raspberries all date until paid. The person- iciry, gooseberry and by lo well, the al property is to be sold on 3 hey are ad evidenced growing fact that to be found wild on months credit, bonds with approv he hillsides, still like the late vege id suretv hearing 0 per cent, in ibles they are conspicuous by then from dan- - until piid. bsence. H It is possible that a great deal conic W. F. CHAMP. Trustee e made in many sections of Kas'prr Irntucky by planting out the smallet HANSb'OKD. nits and providing means for can 'ng them at home if necessary. A! We have had several nice rain. k f the mining districts consume grea . the past week and crops are look iuantities of canned fruits and thes-oul- Pear tree affected with tree blight Note the topmost twig. be easilv nut up in many case ing prosperous Rev. C K. Car ight in the mining districts, for often for general cropping Is limited and p tnical tilled his regular appoint imes mining operations are stoppc system of agriculture suitable to these met at line creek Saturday and aring the summer months when th conditions must sooner or later be mall fruit crop is at its lui?ht. Whil. Sunday. Thomas Rcwe is ver adopted. mall fruits crfer quicker r.'tums, on low with Dr tjphoid fever In view of these facts the Evperi hould not lose sight of the more str Walker is the attending .le fruits like the apple, pear, pe.icl ment Station wishes to show to the people of Eastern Kentucky the grea nd plum. The apple especially give physician. Mrs. DB Barron reat promise in Eastern Kentucky advantages of fruit raising and genera , been sic' who ha-several weeks he peach and p'nm ate more uncei horticulture, also the advisability o ,:n because cf 'he climate and th. s better. -- Will Ad.ims of Mt going in heavily into poultry produc sear is very susceptible to blight. Vernon, began liis school at Long tion in a section so finely adapted tc Tho many coves located towaul tho production of choice fruit anc Branch the 13th and is getting he tep of the mountains offei exec poultry. along nicely. Miss Fannie Kirby ent c; ri unities for the productio In these two speculitie spent a pleasant week with he; f the h'thst grade of nuit. The tw there addition to prepared for this have been rime iccjuisitcs for apple culture trai sifter Mrs. A. W Adams at Ver lamolr, peed air and water dralnag exhibits bearing on the lumbering nan Melvin Wallin continues are prrvd in nearly every sectioi and, as in other branches, ti The iu lion of marketing will a very low H. C. Kir by was in Mt. best authorities have been engaged t vays pl.iy a most important part Vernon last Saturday ou busines-- . successful fruit growing. Kentuek lecture. The train will be equipped with th Mrs Mary Garrett of Pine Hib nnually imports a great deal mo: most interesting and instructive e. ruit than she produces, even in vie is with her parents Mr & Mrs hibits that can be prepared, and i f the fact that the state lanks fifth I Thomas Rowe. The Administrwill be a great disappointment to th he number of bearing trees. A lar? ator sale of J S. Rowe, onthe 13th shook of this imported fru".t is shi' Experiment Station if the people dc was well attended and, everything ed from the West and from Michiga not visit this" train in large number, sold at fairly good price. Mr. and vhere labor and the allied means take a lively interest in its mission Mrs James Southai'd and 1 1 le roducticn are very much higher tha and profit by its teachings. daughter Dollie of Bloss were vis hey are in Kentucky. An authorit TRAIN WILL RUN ACCORDING TC n this subject recently that iiing relatives here last week THE FOLLOWING SCHEDULE. costs one dollar and forty-threcm' Miss Bessie Prewitt returned home July 15, 1914. :o produce and market a bushel last Friday aftr spending two western fruit on our eastern market-I- Lv. Lexington 7:3ft a. m I.v. I'niisi S 10 a. m weeks with Mrs. J.' S. Rowe. growers can make the western At ltiohinond 9:Ari to ll:no a. in 1 :.:o to Mr and Mrs. Milton Reuner are piofit after this excessive charge, th At Ueiea 1:30 p n At Biusli Creok 2.no to 3:.l(i p jP rejoicing over the ariival of a fine Kentucky growers should be able t At Livingston C;o0 to 5:30 p. m C:00 p. m girl. equal it at least with the market a Ar. E. Betnstadt John In the matter of V M to . iu.hr. f- 7 8 mm . W?&i$m & ebk Sfc w ?J 5. S v&. fc.' v ... - y d e -, Tuc Kind You II.no Aivcr.ys Ucmjjlit, r.iul v.Iiirh has Jeen ju iise iov over ;JO jc::s, lias borrso. t'lo oi "i Jms lii'cn utado iiiidt-- r liN per- j& CLjC&-rJ:-7i-j- P ho":l its infancy. -- "&? Sje Allow uo oi:i to Iooo!e J on in this. All Counterfeits, imitations ar:l 4tJi!M--joarc but 13iievimnt.ts that iitli ami eud-sthe health of Xufants :tad Chiklrou li.iei-ieJicaguinst JivperiuMiut, s!:-nalu- ro Si5sKl! -tr-iti- J x kVWW r;i-??cvtf-- vi -- u" e ? c--r e 1 - 5. ;?? 6 n X"-"- . SvZkzh fi &' y pie p.-cp- ten-da- y rs e ) Castoria is :. Iiarniloss &nlvtirntc foi Cantor Oil, Paro-jrori- j', Drops a.ni Soothinjr S runs. It is ilcaaant. Ifc cmi..irs ucithei iium, ."tlorjiluno nor oilier Narcotic .salj t nieo. ifs aire K its jjiiarantco. It destroys AVorms and aiiajs Fcori hiicss. I'or more than tliirty years it has been in ornstui.t use i.,v the relief of Constipation, riatuhney, Whi'X Coiic, ail Teething Troubles and iiar:'iua. Jc regulates tJio Jstouiaeh and Uovels, assinuiates the Food, giving healths and natural feieen. Tlie Children's Panacea The 3iother'ji Friend. es (senusne - CASTOR LA always 9Bears the Signature of fS 55Sf -- -- JVK ! srisaavi SSt-"S- hJLM & - Jtt&& W A ssa tn .1 IS arve Always i Sought J. 18 mi im S TTT TT WTF mf, i i? M In Use For Over B3g555g5aggsSggSgSiK5Sggs! t. TH E C C NTAUH COMPAMV F 30 A Vl nw Years iw ;cc f.te mimm. rt4SSP-VVr LeTSE nt Ii J C.-kot- r 'et JWf .W --. 0 d - hn l:n,. f unerel!.-(rssi ilam!-ni.nle s lo.u-.sI s.ut Hhi; furnished M t, aU ot ;'; MU-ts ii 'uuiity . f ) Ajiordr-- , hvw.re Prompth Filled Phono 1) i S d' T"lilv-V- IMI.M . i, IvV .. oei i 'lnc r i - "' -- x,'ct,y, r. : tfTsaaSHMgsggsairCTtwsa ts esv I cistcr rgfiaiMi.Wruon Ky. - i S 7 Alt. -- ernon Ky. v Loe' 0 a zJ? 41l Kt SSSiJ3sESSSa2!SS&SySK I I Jf -- 2 15:5, Chas.r. Havictl U -- 1 My Phone No. is (39) thirty-ninWe open shop at 7 o'clock a.m. and run open shop till 9 o'clock p. m. e. c sti-tee 1 f 1 welcome in our during our shop want to sell you want, but, oh my how we do like to sell you what you do want. Let us sho w you. You are cordially place at any time hours. We don't anything yon don't July 16. Lv. E. Bernstadt At London At Corbin At "Williamsburff Ar. Corbin Lv. Corbin At Barbouivllle At Four Mile At Pineville At Mlildlesboro Ar. Pineville .... 10:00 a. 10:15 to 12:-!.'p 1:15 to 3:00 p. 3:45 to 5:30 p 0:15 p. i m m m m CHAS. C. DAVIS July 17. 9:00 11:00 12:13 2:15 8:15 a. m to 10::so a m to 12:00 n to 2:15 p ii to 1:45 p. m 5:20 p m Mt. Vernon Ky. July Lv. Pineville At Hail.in At Xolnns.burs At Benham Ar. Pineville 18. July Lv. Pineville At Corbin Lv. Richmond At Binssfleld At Irvine At Old Landing At Heidelberg Ar. Beattyville Lv. Boattyvllle At Tallega At Jackson At Copeland At Chavies Ar. Hazard 7:30 a. m 9:00 to 10:00 a in 10:30 to am 12:00 to 2.00 p m 5:00 p. m 20. 11-3- V ti 8:50 to .. July 11:30 1:30 4:00 5:30 21. to to to to 7:30 9:00 11:00 1:00 3:30 5:00 7:00 7:20 a. m am am p' m pm p. m pm p. m a. m a. m p. m pm p. m p. m g jr 9:00 10.00 tr 11:00 12:00 to 2:30 3:15 to 4:00 4:50 to 5:00 C:05 July 22. S Jg K g C Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of CJifion Mills, Ky. it certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draug- hl saved my liitle girl's life. .When she had the measles. they went in on her. but one good dose of Thedford's Black-Draumade them brealc out. and she has had no more trouble. I shall never be without gh .. t -r "I iironf tn 411 yuu wimi1 wunuenut f ,Denenr t .nave re- - ik f. i i wain iu itii jT mc use or i netitord's twveu uuni writes ltsiack-Draught," wriii r- a993 Z 51 t( ri . v jS n Ul. n-- .. FT w Kl flT M& 9 3 m 1st 2 jii Lv. Hazard At Hombre H.UA.UHU At Whltesburg At Kona At McRoberts . Ar. Whiteaburg .12:10 to 3:05 to 4:30 to ii.io io i2:uu g;3o a. m 9:20 to 10:15 a. m 2:20 4:00 :00 7:15 d. p. p. p. m m m m m &n& Jj in my home." July Lv. Whltesburg Vt 23. .12:15 to . 2:30 to . 5:00 to 7:30 a. m 1:00 p. m 4:00 p. m C i RORD m a of Henderson mother.--The is visiting her little child of Jim When you vawii a good deal in Southardb which had a slight at trie daytime, feel dull, uchey anr tick of pneumonia is some better want to stretch fraquenth it is ar Mrs. S. .f. Roberts of Pittsburg unmistakeablesympt'jra of malari is visiting relatives here. Applv a cotton cloth wet with BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMEN T to all wounds cuts, burs, sores or blisters, and note its wonderful healing power. It is prompt and very effective. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by John Robins, Brodhead, Ky, Ky. and ui.lesRyou do something at once you are booked for a spell of chills HER BINE is a chill med icino that will prevent or cu-the disease It drives out the impur ities on which the malarial germ thrives' strengthens the liver and Price 50c. cleanses the howeis. Sold by John .Robins Brodhead, e Style ?n.Has w - fort and lasting service from a Kabo; it is made for you to wear. It is worth what you pay at any price. For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzily ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar July 24. v Clay City ailments, lhedford's Black-Draug- ht 9;oo a. m has proved itself a safe, jgj, .t Indian Fields 9.20 to V M5 a. ra ,r I.einjjtrn ' !p reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. dfa If you sit in a cool draft when If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- - & you are heated and get a stiff neck or lame back, you will be looking H? Draught. It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e for something that will ease the " years of splendid success proves its value. Good for oain Fix your mind on BAL young and old. For sa' everywhere. Price 25 cents. LARD'S SNOW LINIMENT and' r. ..1 . .1 .11 1 out. ui a u.,u. ion i ue laiKeu t is the best pain relieving lin ment you can ,ret anywhere Pri- e 25c. 50c and $1.10 per bottle Sola BETHURUfvl 8l LEWIS Dy John Robins Broihead, Ky. t Jackson t Torrent 'r. Ciay City .... .... .. 30 1:15 p. m p. m A 1 :l -- - MmmmmmmmmmmmmE Attorneys at Law Price $3.00 SOLD BY A. B. FURNISH Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORI A ChWdren Cry FOR FLETCHER'S Offices in Bothurum Bldg. Will practice in all the Courts. OASTORI A