to stay for a time with friends and relatives.
A rate of one cent per mile will probably be
in effect for these side trips. Special excur-
sions will be run to Frankfort to see the pro-
gress of the work on the New Capitol., and to
Mammoth Cave and to the two High Bridges
across the Kentucky River.
qhIn addition to the Boone prize, before men-
tioned, the committee expects to make other
handsome awards to the following:
qThe former Kentuckian who comes the
4jThe former Kentuckian present who has
lived longest outside the State without having
ECThe former Kentuckian present who left
the State at the tenderest age.
IqThe former Kentuckian present who left
the State at the most advanced age.
For further information, address
V. H. INGELHARD, Prc:ideJnt. Loui.mI1l, Ky.
R. E. HUGHES, Secretary.
"My Old Kentucky Home"
Strikes a more responsive chord in the breast of Jobs P.
true Kentuckians than even the national anthem. JohnP
It is the call of the hearthstone. It has been Mono
heard at home by countless Kentuckians who CompMY
have been glad that they were not suffering the Louisvile
pangs of homesickness beyond the border of the K-wcy
State. It has brought many wanderers back to
thaeir native heath rejoicinj.