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Digital page images are linked to the text file. riiPublished Every e Fridayiz w t II1 A W a t AND t TALKS LOUD 4 Dont forget your cash these are cash- pricesias t 0 BES- TCALICOES r a S Cents iFor the next 30 days I wil sell all 10 cent rtaicles at 7 cts 25 19 cts 50c 39 li ii ctsii 7q j 150 aMENSSuits worth 1600 now 1300 fSuits worth r5oo now 1200 Suits worth 1200 now qoo Suits worth 800 now 650 550ISuits worth 550 now 400 I CHILDRENS Suits from 80 cents to zfy g Boys Corduroy pants were 50 cents now 30 cents I Prices on Shoes the same as other goods Come while they las- tDont forget the Cash SKIRTS A lot of Ladies Skirts were 3 to 4now 150 to 250 a great bargain A lot of LinoliumCarpet and Rugs COME NO- WGTJOHNSON go K STORE Mt Vernon Ky b tft f 1nuni etns ignlll NEWS ITEMS j Cash wheat dropped at Mm neapolis Saturday from 124 to 112 Deposits of aluminum in paying quantities are reported t o have j been found in Hart county Hereafter all pensioners will be allowed the free use of the mails to f l return their pension vouchers f Another big batch of indictments was returned Saturday by the grand jury at Springfield 111 Thirteen negroes were among those indicted Joseph L Rhinock was renom mated for Congress over five op- f poneuts by the Democrats of the wasSpolled in the primary In an interview at Hot Springs Va William H Taft said one of his first acts if he were elected r President would be to call an ex traordinary session of Congress to r revise the tariff George Britton and Frank Davis who quarreled at Middlesboro July 4 last met for the first time since the quarrel atShawnee Tenn and emptied their revolvers at each other Britton was killed and Davis probably willnot recover from his wounds Officials of the American Tobacco Company at New York said that no decision to retire from Kentucky had been made but that the head quarters of the field buyers had been removed from Lexington to CincinnatiaWhen the cases of Beach Hargis was called for trial at Jackson Monday the Commonwealth moved fora change of venue and the defendant filed an affidavit in support of a motion to have Judge Adams vacate the bench Frank P James theState Audit or gave out a statement Monday in which he reiterated that through an error of bookkeeping by former Auditors the school fund has been deprived of a large sum He takes issue with Judge S W Hager his predecessor Judge Thompson in the United States Court at Cincinnati denied the petition of the Union Distilling Company and others for a tem porary injunction restraining the Government from carrying out its order that imitation whisky must be branded as such Thomas Marshall opened his campaign for Governor of Indiana with a speech Saturday at Salem Mr Marshall enthused a large crowd of Democrats with his able presentation of Democratic princi pes and his skill exposing the vote catching schemes of the Republi cans Large crowds gathered Monday at the stations between Chicago and Indianapolis to greet William J Bryan on his way to the latte- city to attend the Kern notification meeting During the trip Mr Bryan spoke briefly at five places Upon his arrival at Indianapolis he was met by still another large gathering William J Bryan put the stamp of approval on the plans of the National Democratic Committee while in Chicago Bryan ha decided to invade the East as wel- as stump the Central West He impressed on the committee the necessity of organization by the means of clubs in every precinct Secretary of war Wright an nounced Saturday that his recom mendation for the punishment of the eight West Point cadets su pended from the Military Academy for hazing had been approved by President Roosevelt The order will dismiss from the academy two firstclass men and place under suspension without pay and allowances for one year the six members of the thirdclass CURED HAY FEVER AND SUMMER COLD rA S Naubaum Batesville Iud writes Last year I suffered for three month with a summer cold so distressing that it interferred with my busines 1 had many of the symptoms of hay fever and a doctors prescription did not reach r my case and I took several medi clUes which seemed only to aggra vate it Fortunately I insisted upon having Foleys Honey and Tar It quickly cured me My wife has sinceused Foleys Honey and Tar with the same success FORTYTHIRD ANNUAL CONVENTION KENTUCKY SUN DAY SCH00ICASSOCIATION The Fortythird Annual Con vention of the Kentucky Sunday School Association will be held at Newport Ky October 81 r iqoS Taking up the way of interest and enthusiasm generated by the great International Convention in June the State Association is planning the greatest Convention in its history Fully one thousand delegates are expected A huge tent that will seat three thousand is being erected for the sessions of this great Convention i E O ExCELL TO LEA THE MUSIC Mr E O E cell the greatest leader and composer of sacred song in the world will lethe music assisted by a great choir now in training The music will be a great feature of the Convention FIVE NOTED SPEAKERS Five speakers of international fame have been secured besides the very best talent in our own StateDr Harnill of Nashville the great expert teacher trainer Mrs Lamoreaux of Chicago noted child study expert Dr Joseph Clark General Secretary of Ohio leading specialist on all lines of Sunday School work Mr Hugh Cork of Chicago the great apostle and loader in House to House Visit tion Mr L P Leavell of Oxford Miss a brilliant platform speaker all these are to be with us THE PROGRAM The program is one ofthe richest intellectual and spiritual feasts ever spread before the people of Kentucky Every phase of sun- day School work is to be presented- by experts REDUCED RATES AND ENTERTAINMENT All railroads have given greatly reduced rates and all delegates will be entertained For full program and particulars address E A Fox General Secretary 712 Louisville Trust Building Louisville Ky Is there such a thing as a man being too tall to join the army asked a gigantic young fellow of a dapper looking officer standing in entrance of the United States recruiting office to day He was told that a man could be to tall and that he propably was in that class II I thought so he replied To tall for anything but the circus business and Im so blamed tired of that I never want to see the inside of a canvas again Im to tall to work in the average shop too tall to work in a store too tall to hustle on a beat too tall to engage myself as a traction car moterman whatssrthe use Im too tall for anything The man said hs name was Jarvis Heudsrson that he was 32 years Harisburgs7 2 in his stockings fee- tEXCELLENT HEALTH ADVICE NosJose 1says The worth of electric Bitters as a general family remedy for headache biliousness and torpor of rroIIbenefit of those seeking relief from such afflictions There is more health for the digestive organs in a insany Sold under guarantee at Chas C Davis drug store soc Big droves of black crickets are doing much damage in the vicinit of Winamac Ind WHY JAMES LEE GOT WELL Everybody in Zadesvile 0 knows Mrs Mary Lee of rura route 8 She writes My husband James Lee firmly believes he owes his life to the use of Dr King New Discovery His lungs wer so severely afjfected that nsumpt ton seemed inevitable when a friend recommended New Dis covery We tried it and its use has restored him to perfect health Dr Kings New Discovery is the King of throat and lung remedies For coughs and colds it has no equal The first dose gives relief Try it Sold under guarantee at soci 1 Established 1887 i o o re Being overstocked on certain lines it is necessary we run our stock down and in iW order to do so we offer entire stock of 0 Shoes CfofMng and Notions m At 20 Per Cent Discount I Dress Goods and Calicoes Our entire line of Dress Goods and Cailcoes go at a discotmteof 1 15 PER CENT ir i J FT KRUEGER S SON Av h Mi Vernon Kentucky lPhone 870r 4 BIG SUM LOST TO SCHOOL FUND Auditor Frank P James has made the rather startling discovery that the school fund has not received all the money to which that fund was entitled during the last eight years and 640000 in round numbers is due from the general expenditurefund Whether or not the school fund can recover this amount for the last eight years is a question which will be passed up to the Attorney General If the courts decide that the money must be taken from the general expen diture fund and paid into the school lund it would leave the treasury in a dilapidated condition as there is not enough money now to meet the warrants which have already been drawn on the general expend iture fund The error which Mr James dis covered is merely one of book keeping and entirely by an over sight No one is accused of doing anything wrong When a Sheriff makes his settlements he always has rebates and reductions allowed hint and these have always been charged to school fund but that fund has never been credited with the amount with the amount with which the Sheriff originally was charged Mr James figures that it the school fund is to be charged with the amount deducte d from fundyshould be credited with the amount with which the Sheriffs are charged instead of as at present crediting the school fund only with its paidlA BOON TO ELDERLY PEOPLEe Most elderly people have some kidney or bladder disorder that is both painful and dangerous Foles Kidney Remedy has proven a boom to many elderly people as it stimulates the urinary organs corrects irregularities and tones u the whole system Comence takin Foleys Kidney Remedy at once and be vigorous Sold by Chas C Davis l 2 l t Y i our sItt t1tttttttttttt I At Cost Sale I 101 SATURDAY AUG 29 1SOS 3 E Ladies and Gents Furnishings Hosiery and H2 = Notions Dress Goods Ladies and Gents = MSlippers= sold at Cost Please remember the date 3- rE w Everybody come and get a bargain = g JaJ STOKES fS I j = P SJ Remember that in connection we have a rvanm 3=al blacksmith shop Wagon making andrepairing a =5E specialty Ej 111111111111111111111111111111111111 11111111111111111111111111111111111 S SUNFLOWER PHILOSOPHY In spite of our troubles we all do pretty well Let the devil alone and hell not bother you There is sometimes danger in not getting scared enough How awfully helpless the most sell reliBnt are in the presence of trouble This is the season of the whenii a boy stan ds looking thoughtfully in a certain directionit means theres- a peach tree that way Fortuud may knock at a mans door once in lifetime but misfortune walks right in at least once a year and never so much as sends up a visiting card FOR SORE FEET I have found Bucklens Arnica Salve to be the proper thing to use for sore feet as well as for healing burns sor es cuts and all manner Stonge e properthing too for piles Try it Sold under guarantee at Chas C Davis drug store 25C In a talk with County Judge Bradford of Bracken county over the long distance telephone in regard to the report that suit had been brought by him against Gov Will son for 50 000 damages for defama tion of character he stated that the suit had not been filed and in an swer to the question as to whether or not he was goiug to sue he stated that he could not answer that It is by his conversation that the suit will be brought as soon as the papers can be made out and filed in the Bracken circuit conrt County Attorney Kinney could not be reached overt phone No one is immune from kidney FoleyaKidneyregularities and cure any case of kidney or bladder trouble that is not beyond the reach of medicine For sale by Cbas G DViS6IThe Rev Thomas one of the oldest ministers of Christian Church died suddenly Franktort after running to catch iuterban cart atJt tt bIic1y MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Aug j 8 1908 0IiPublishd every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application OFIV MEMBER KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCCATIO DEMOCRATIC TICKET r For Congress HON HARVEY 9EL1L- ANNOUNCEMENTS For County Court Clerk We are authorized to announce G f T JOHNSON as a candidate for County Court Clerk sbjcct to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce FELIX BOWMAN as a candidate for County Court Clerk sujcct to the ac tion of the Republican party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce CAM MULLJNS as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party we are authorized to announce w A TAYLOR as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party FOR ASSESSOR We are authorizep to announce W H BAKER as a candidate for Assessor of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party MR BRYAN ON THE TARIFF It is significant that the tariff is the first question selected by Mr Bryan for special treatment in an address to the people The reason which he assigns for this is that it is the most lasting of our economic questions and the one upon which the leading parties have most frequently opposed each other JI It has been charged that Mr Bryan was cold on the subject of tariff but his address at Des Moines as well as the declarations of the platform which he doubtless in ispired are far from supporting this idea The address shows that he is fully awake to the need of re vising the tariff and that by revis ion he means a reduction Mr Bryan reminds us that much of the claptrap of the Republicans with reference to the tariff has been abandoned There is no longer any talk about infant in dustries that must be cared for till they are able to stand on their ieet There is no longer the claim that the foreigner pays the tax and no talk as to the home market No doubt these things will be urged in certain cases wh ere it is supposed that they may still have an effect but the party no longer puts them into its platform or otherwise makes a general feature of them The plan now is to seem 1toyield to the popular demand for a reduction of the tariff but with out really yielding peoplexcannot instruct the completion of this work of revising the tariff to the Repbblican party is based upon the most solid grounds Pressure is brought to bear on the favored industries of every presidential i election andto a subordinate degree every two years at the con gressional elections to compel contribution not merely for what has been done for them but in the expectation of other favors to come There is no reason to suppose that the present campaign will be any exception Indeed the pledge that the work of tariff revision to be made later on next spring may well put the highly protected interests on their mettle to make sure that they will be taken care of in the usual way The candidate of the Republican t party for President has already bidden for their support by saying that there are some duties that ought to be raised As Mr Bryan i truly says it must be interesting to be told what duties these are i The platform declared that the change of the tariff to a revenueII basis shall be gradual Bryan repeats this in his address tOIallayth still into the minds of the f timid In point of l fct there is no possibililty of getting back to a revenue basisexcept in a gradual way and the needs of the revenueI are such that the rates very low There is no danger that the duties will not be high enoughI to cover the differenee of cost this country and abroad But Mr Bryan does not fail to point out that the whole system is vicious Business should not be built on legislation it should stand upon its own merit Such would beth effect or the carrying out of the Democratic programme to put the tariff on a revenue basis and there is no danger to legitimate interests and no reduction of wages involved in this programme The fact that highpriced lahor by Us superiorII efficiency produces than low priced labor the whole question of protection making wages highCourier JournalA BAROMETER The abolition of early elections in all the close states deprives the country of any authoritative pre liminary indicator of the political wealth in the year of a Presidential election Oregon holds its election in early June before the Presidential issue has been fairly joined Arkansas is a September state but furnishes no evidence in its vote that is helpful in contested states Get rgia is much better but Maine and Vermont in the fluctuations of their September vote have frequently prophesied the outcome of the general Novem holds its state election a week from next Tuesday It chooses Da Goveruor and state ticket and while the national cam paign is hardly begun the result of the Vermont election will be awaited with special interest as showing in a measure the political drift Vermont is not a change able state From sixteen to seven teen thousand votes are about all the Democrats can show while the Republicans usually run up forty odd thousand Bryan received 10 179 in 1896 and McKinley 51127 In 1900 Bryan did better and the Republican ticket did not fare as well but four years ago Roosevelt received 40459 and Parker 9779 Bryan manifestly is stronger even in Vermont than Parker Four years ago at the state election in Vermont the Republican ticket re ceived 47115 votes and the Demo crats 16566 While local con siderations modify state results and make them a rather uncertain guide nevertheless the rise or fall of the Republican or Democratic vote in the Vermont election on September i will as compared with four years ago have valued as a political barometer in forecasting election probabilities Philadelphia Press NEWS ITEMS Half of the Union Stockyards at West Toronto Can was wiped out by fire The loss estimated at 150000 Tobacco growers of North Caro lina have formed a corporation for the purpose of manfacturing and dealing in tobacco- A lone highwayman held up seven coaches of tourists in Yellow stone Park and compelled them to turn over their valuables to him A report is in circulation in the City of Mexico that the United States and Mexico are about to make a joint naval demonstration against Honduras William J Bryan has canceled an engagement to speck at the State Fair at Syracuse NY for the reason that the fair managers insisted on charging and admission feeA Special fron Mays PIe says it was reported that George B Kinney County Attorney and H T Bradford County Judge of Brack en had filed there papers in a suit againat Gov Willson for 50 000 defamation of character SHE LIKES GOOD THINGS Mrs Chas E Smith of West Franklin Maine says 101 like good things and have adopted Dr Kings New Life Pills as our family laxative medicine because they are good and do their work without making a fuss about it These painless purifiers sold at Chas C Davis drug store 25C BLl1 E GRASS FAHM FOK SA LE- As Executor of J V Gillis pie lece sed the state Bang S Trust Co of Richmond Ky will on Thursday September Toth 1908 at to oclock a m offer for sale t tbj highest and best bidder the fine Blue Grass farm of said Gillis pie located near Lowell Garrard county Ky The enure farm consists of about 626 acres more or less and hat thereon a splendid dwelling house containing 8 rooms 1a fine barn and all necessary outbuildings and is convenient to church and school being located on a turn pike and about two miles from Lowell sta tion on the L N Railroad and eight S milts ftom Lancaster K yI by turn pike The farm will be offered for sale in three 3 parcels separately then the two parcels on South side tf turnpike together and then the tarn asa whole and will he sold in the manner bringing the most money possession will he given January ist 1909 when one third3of the purchase money will be clue and payable and the balance of the pure a e money will be in two equal installments due respectively Jan 1st into and Jan 1st 19i I all bearing legal in terest from Jan ist 1909 A lien will be retained for the deferred purchase money and notes with good security for all the purchase money must be executed ou day of sale Sale will take place on premisesSTATE BANK TRUST Co- Richmond Ky By 1A SULLIVAN Pres July is 31 I make it a point that evt y customer shall be both pleased anti satisfied I sell only the kind of veiicles that gives permanent s tis faction HUGH CASTORA3or Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- 1innature of dw Kern the Democratic can didate for Vice President was form ally notified in Indianapolis Tues day of his nomination The speech ofnotification was delivered by Theodore Bell and addresses were made by Mr Kern William J Bry an and Thomas R i Iatshall the Democratic nominee for Govenor of Indiana The meeting was held in the elaborately decorated Collos seum at the State Faair grounds and was attended by many thou sands of people regardless of par ty Mr Bryan and Mr Kern received ovarious when they appear ed to spel k The Russian Government is making efforts to suppress the celebration in honor of the eightieth birthday of Count Leo Tolstoi on the ground that his books prove him an enemy of the Church and the Government FOR SORE FEET I have found Bucklens Arnica Salve to be the proper thing to use for sore feet as well as for healing burns sores cuts and all manner ofabrasions writes Mr W Stone of East Poland Maine It is the proper thing too for piles Try it Sold under guarantee at Chas C Davis drugstore 25C The Republican committee of the Twentyseventh judicial dis trict met at London Saturday and called a primary for December 5 nominate candidates for Circuit Ito and Commonwealths At Does your back ache Do you have sharp pains in the side and the small of the back This is due usually to kidney trouble Take DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills They will promptly relieve weak back backache rheumatic pains and all Kidney and Bladder dis orders Sold and recommended by Chas C Davis wIIIrE 93 Cream Vermifuge THE WORMREMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TOW SEWABt PallardSnpw Liniment q T tQUIB fAOf ChasC Davis Ili I KENTUCKY STATE FAIR RACES Horse racing always an attraction at a State Fair and more especially at an exhibition held under Southern skies will be featured more than at any previous State Fair The new halfmile track now In process of con struction when completed will be one of the fastest halfmile courses in the country and there is every indication for a firstclass harness race meeting this fall Four stake five purse and three gentlemens road races have been announced in addition to these there will be two running races each day so the Kentuckian who thinks that his days visit at a fair Is incom plete without seeing a firstclass horse race will not be disappointed at this years State Fair Amcng the early closing events are the Kentucky Brew ers Association stake for 220 trot ters the Louisville Retail Merchants Association stake for 230 trotters and the Louisville Commercial Club stake for 218 pacers Stake entries closed July 14th purse entries close Sept 7th and entries for the cup races at 12 oclock the Gay before the race The stake races will be contested on the three in five heat plan with aIfiveheat limit and the purse races the two in three heat plan It is the ultimate intention of the State Fair management to build a full mile track encircling the present halfmile course which if the hopes of these in charge of the racing program are realized will compare favorably with the best State Fair mile tracks in the country and Louisville will doubtless become one of the most popular training grounds in the country SPECIAL NIGHTS AT THE KENTUCKY STATE FAIR J V Beckman manager of the Re tall Merchants Association of Louis ville is general chairman of the Spe cial Nights Committee and has been busily engaged for several weeks in arranging the most attractive night programs possible Monday night will be School Chil drens Night Prof E H Mark super publicINight with Mr Louis Seelbach in charge Wednesday Labor Night John Young president of the Federa tion of Labor chairman Thursday Military Night Col W n Haldeman commander of the First Kentucky regiment chairman Friday IrishAmeri can Night Thomas McCabe chair man Saturday Farewell Night W A Robinson chairman The show rings on Saturday will be especially interesting on account of the various horse championships being awarded that day MACHINERY EXHIBITS AT THE STATE FAIR An unusually large exhibit of farm Implements and machinery is in pros pect Owing to the incompleteness of the State Fair the exhibitors of this department do not share the same ad vantages afforded them by some of the older institutions in the way of large machinery halls but every other fa cility and accommodation will be at their disposal Commodious space will be assigned to this department and already a large number of appli cations are on file including manufac turera of engines pumps stock scales fencing mills road machines vehi cles harvesting machines haying machines planters plows and every utensil used by the farmer The farm er who desires to be instructed in the use of better methods and better ma chinery will have a great object lesson before him at this Fair COLLIE DOGS AT THE STATE FAIR The collie dog exhibit at the Ken tucky State Fair promises to be a greater attraction than ever before A new departme one entirely original and the first ever held in this section will be a sheep trial given by an ex pert which will show the usefulness of the collie to the farmer A credita ble show of this nature will appeal to every collie fancier as four points are to be gained by owners toward cham pionship medal by American Kennel Club It is expected that this years shoT will bring out 150 collies includ- Ing many fatuous Eastern dogs The sheep trial will be started by expert Eastern dogs Any farmer in the state desiring to train up his dogs along this line and can compete will be eligible STUDENTS JUDGING CONTEST Following a plan devised by the old er state fair institutions of the coun try and one that has proved eminently successful at all the great Western fairs as well as a progressive step li the interests of agricultural education Commissioner Rankin has offered 100 in cash for a scholarship to the Agri cultural Department of theState Uni versity for the young man under twen tyone years of age doing the best work in livestock judging at the Kentucky State Fair of 1908 contestant to be required to file a written opinion with the reasons therefor on horses cattle swine and sheep exhibits Cor rectness of selection will count 55 points and reasons substantiating the same 45 points The Kentucky State Fair manage ment has arranged a free amusement program which alone is worth the price of admissioi For catalogue entry blanks or other Information write J W Newman Secretary 320 Paul Jones Building Louis rtlle Ky- Berea College is making great progress with its Adjustment Fund which will enable il to establish an institution for colored people some where in the central part of the StateBetween 5000 and 6000 tailors are on strike in New York ac cording to the estimates gf the United Brotherhood of Tailors to enforce a demand for an increase In wages r I shoulduse Women sufferers m rlTAC MAK DONTtlot yourself to bo Why suffer from severo head aches have fainting spellsrand be fretful Your liver- needs attention tIcrbine the great liver regulator IeURES Constipation Bilious ness Chills and Fever and B all Liver Complaints Mrs E C Morrison lIons ton Texas writcHI have suffered foryears from severe headaches dizziness andrfainting spells I received I tried Hcrblno mnoreliciun cured I PRICE SOc Ballard Snow Liniment Co ST LOUIS MISSOURI 2Sold and Recommended by CHAS C DAVIS Summer complaints and other serious ailments common in hot weather can be traced to the stomach nine times out of ten Keep the stomach in good order right now by keeping a bottle of Kodol handy in the house all the time but especially through this month Take Kodol whenever you feel you need it That is the only time you need to take Kodol Just when you need it then you will not be troubled with sour stomach belching gas on the stomach bloating dyspepsia and indigestion Sold by Chas C Davis Iu every town there is a good deal of quarreling It is never very serious unless you encourage it and it is always the same old quarrel Dont take a little quarreling too seriously Foleys Kidney Remedy will cure any case of kidney or bladder trouble that is not beyond the reach of medicine No medicine can do more Sold by Chas C Davis To THE INSURING iJUBIJCOfl April iSth suffered a loss of my entire stock of goods by fire which was insured in the New York Underwriters Agency represented by Mr E S Albright of Mt Vernon On May 5th I received a check in full settlement of very dollar called for in the policy I can heartil recommend Mr Albright and his companies toany one wanting fire insuranceVery C H FRITH ATTENTION ASTHMA SUFFERS Foleys Honey and Tar will give immediate relief to asthma sufferers and has cured many cases that has refused to yield to other treatments Foleys Honey and Tar is the best remedy for coughs colds and all throat and lung trouble Con tains no harmful drugs Sold by Chas C Davis Mount Vernon j Monumental WDR KSI 1M anufacturer ofand DEALER in Marbles and Granite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished dn applicationALSO FOR Stewarts Iron Fences l IM iFence tewarl Iron eHighestRr rRON1lIY CINCINNATI O Orer nlaDilleCall eta u GEO OWENS Propr Y1 We can furnishotu this beatifttl highgradeI 8 folding eatprices from r sisr 1oo ul- l iJ s We can furnish you anything you want for your home front the kitchen j the parlor toi5 i Ono QeX f1 M Old Brick Bid opposite Courthouse Mu i i lJ er non1Kentucky c Phone 941 or 97 rJc r 1 t IiSUMMER GOODS rwG irti f 1For the next few days I will offer sonic of theU best bargains ever offered on Summer Goods l Such as II ISilkst White Goods Lawns Etc III IIAIJd in fact all kinds of dress goodsW ialso have a large stock ofgklf PJ =S go regardless of price Highest price for country I produceI I AIHIATT H i Add KENTUCKY I r 2lGr c 7Convenience of the Sayings t keep their money here as a permanent iniinvestment because the risk of loaning to individuals is an investment you can compute the net returns rately Small amounts may be added at any time A savings account offers a profitable means to realize on funds that are Oldie awaiting investment You may withdraw a part or the entire amount at any time With a determination to save you rf are always welcome here Why not lend your money to the ri bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts reguXyou will call at the bank X THE BANK OF MT VERNON 1INCORPORAlED8 MT VERNON KENTUCKY C tttt1ttt t1tttt tjtt t1ttttttttttJtt 1tt1tt1t 11 ttttttttt1t1tt1 fT VERNON DMET CD 1 PRACTICALUNDERTAKERS 3 FUNERAL DIRECTORS 3AND- EMBALMERS rrS f Mt Vernon KyM E COUCH IV2ETALIC CASKET S 3 beyd 3 E Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of =w work for the company = Orders by wire pr mptlytil1ed Hearse sent to all points 3 EA B FURNISH W H KRUECER 3M = Pnone Prorietors = UUlHm HUUlUH U IUI UlHUmUlmUlillillmnIUlU i r r 3a 13 MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY Aug 28 1908 i Call up No 79 whenyou want to Communicate with SIGNAL Z9 4 4 R R Co TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 24 north 340 a m 23 south 124 p m 21 South 1220 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phony No 58 Entered nt the Mt Vernon Ky 1osroflice as secondclass hail matt- erPERSOAAL Mrs Kitty Smith is very much better Prot Eubanks ot Lexington will conduct the Institute at Brod head Will is Acams and son Jack are at Loudon this week with their fine horse Sidi Albert Hamlin is in TenneseeI this week looking business interests Mrs Ab Sparks has returned from a two weeks visit m Rich mond and Louisville Mrs W P Lincoln of Louisville was the guest of relatives and faiends here this week U G Baker was in Livingston Monday looking after some impor tant business matters Mrs Tiluian Gilpin and children of St Louis were guests of Mrs D E Davis first of the week Editor E C Walton of Stanford was a passenger on the special yes terday morning euroute to London Mr L T Houk writes from Jamestown Ind that his son Edd is very sick with typhoid fe verAtty C C Williams will have the new addition to his residence completed by the middle of next monthDr W A Jones will locate at Union City eight miles from Rich mond for the practice of his pro fessionMrs Mary Conn is spending a few days at the hospital country home of Mr and Mrs W T r CrawfordHarry Chasteen who went to Cclorado a few years ago is on his way back to ROCK castle so we are informed There were about forty from this place attended the London fair yes terday and the number is much larger today John Fish son of Mr and Mrs G C Fish has been appointed by Congressman Harvey Helm as one of Alternates to West Point Acad emyMrs E B Cox returned yes terday from a visit to homefolks at Pinehill and was accompanied home by her mother Mrs McFer ronElmer Houk has written to his father inlaw Mr S H Martin to look him out a location as he intends to come back to Rock castleDr H V Pennington was down from London to see his patient Elza Langford wno is rapidly re covering from wound received in the head some weeks ago Mrs A W Stewart and daugh ter Miss Mary who are now with relatives at Brodhead will arrive here tomorrow for a few days visit While at Brodhead they drove out in the country to see Uncle Albert Albright who is now up in the 8os but hale and hearty for one of his age ft LOCAL 2 t W R McClure has gone to London to start his livery stable Come in and lets get together anti talk buggy talk it just tickles me to death nearly to talk about my buggies and every once in a white say something about that old roan cow of yours HUGH I have made two appointments to State College at1 Richmond Anyone else wishing an appointment will apply at my office at once Respectfully G M BALLARD fCouutyi UPti r G T Johnson will move to the Mrs Carter property as soon as vacated by D E Davis John Graves had his examining trial Monday for the killing of Brack Thacker a few weeks ago and was discharged on the grounds of self defense Acting Gov Cox Monday after noon issued a proclamation naming Monday September 7 as Labor day stating that no person shall be required to labor on aid day There are points of exceliercc about my vehicles they need only be seen to win your patronage Come in and look Then buy where you please but von will at least have learned where to get the most for your money HUGH CARL OKTIIANS To those who were so exceedingly kin i to us during the long protracted illness and in the death of our dear husband and father we wish to extendour heartfelt thanks MRS JASPER RJCKLES AND CHILDREN If you want a Buggy dont sta away because you are not John D Rockefellow I liketo trade with paople who feel that money dont grow on treesand not made to be squandered your dollar will stretch like rubber Especially when you talk buggy talk HUGH Mr Albert Hahn of Marelburp who has been visiting relatives and friends in Fort Wayne Ind for the past month writes that he will will return next Monday While in Northern Ind Albert was accompanied by his sister Mrs Frank Cook and family and his cousin Miss Ethel Hahn of Fort Wayne and visited many points of interest among them Warsaw Wi nona Lake Boyd City and Robin son Park At Fort Wayne he visited the Allen County Court House which is mostly constructed of marble and cost over a million dollars when completed a few years ago- DYcHEFISHMiss Margarile Fish and Dr R W Dyche were united in the holy bonds of Matri mony SundaYat jo oclock p mat the home of Mr and Mrs Roy Britton the Rev Sipple of London officiating Only a few relatives and close friends were present to witness the ceremony The bride is a most attractive young lady and can claim a large circle of admiring friends The groom who recently came here from London and lo cated for the practice of his pro fession dentistry is a young man of many sterling qualities success ful in the practice of his profession and has made many warm friends since coming to our town We ex tend to this splendid young couple our hearty good wishes for a long prosperous and happy union WAitEND AV1SMiss Roberta Davis daughter of Dr and Mis S C Davis and Mr Oscar Wallen son of Mr W D Walien were married at Preachersville last Tuesday morning by Rev F D Palmester W T Davis a brother of the bride and Miss Beulah Wal len sister of the groom accompan ied them and witnessed the cere mony which bound them in one happy union Mr and Mrs Wal lin are two well known to need any introduction from us Mrs Wallen was born and reared in our midst and has the esteem and respect of all Mr Wallen while a resident of a neighboring county has a wide acquaintance here a nd is admired for his good qualities May peace happiness and prosperity be their good fortune is the sincere wish of the writer The Rockcastle County Farmers Institute which met here last Friday and Saturday although not as largely attended as it should have been and as it was hoped would be yet it was a great success and the farmers who took advantage of this splendid opportunity to im proye theit modes of farming and stock raising feel do ubly paid for the lime spent The men sent out by the State to conduct these in stitutes are men thoroughly versed in their line and men who have made a success If they have succeeded why cant others adopt their methods and do likewise Tne farmers Institute is a per manent organization and will ac complish much for the good of the farmers and the state at large Those who look upon these meet ings vrith but little consideration will in time see the folly of their way and is to be regretted that so many farmers do not take more ititerestthtan 4ieyidpi m NOOOYOOe00 0 0 0a 30ee80509cie0eeeee3eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeetiioeceee- ee woe o0e 000 t ell g Young Mens Clotheseee eo eew- em Ao e-ere e0- eee ego ee- Nooe ee- eeOO e oe7 ee H n H E B Brown we understand will soon quit braking and return to- M t Vernon to take charge of his livery stable Mr and Mrs J T Proctor are rejoicing over the arrival ofa fine ten pound girl born Wednes day morning Rah Rah Rahl who are we riding around in a Fisher Buggy Where did you get that buggy From Hugh Three cheers for Hugh CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our many friends for the kindnesses shown us through the long sickness and sad death of our dear husband and father MRS JAMES TAYLOR AND DAUGHTERS TOTHK FARMERSIt pays tb use the best fertilizer There is none as good as the Jericki Chemical Cos brand I have it at my place for saleF R ASHER 84 2t Mt VerJon I will open my private school Monday September seventh Terms 100 i 50 and 200 per month To my patrons and to my 67 pupils of last year I need say nothing concerningour work Those entering our school for tha first time are referred to our former patrons Special attention will be given to pupils preparing them selves for teachers arid to those who desire to enter college Aug2itf IDA MAY ADAMS Says the London EchoII A happy little wedding occurred at the home of the bride in Mt Ver non Sunday night at 1030 0 clock when Rev C J Sipple pronounced the words which made Dr R W Dyche and Miss Margaret Fish husband and wife The bride is one of the loveliest young ladies in Mount Vernon and has a host of warm friends and admirers Dr Dyche is a former London boy who by indefatigable labor and energy secured an educationin the common schools and afterward an honorable position in the profess ion of dentistry and is an ex emplary young man We feeland trust that the young couple have a brighHfuture before them W IFellowsmens trade of Mt Vernon anehave done so for a number of years andare better e eee prepared to serve them now than ever before im Weve the reputation for giving eeeeszoe lows tIle best clothes service ofanv house in the I tao E VI 3ocountyThis season is no exception weeA ot new and nervy styles in Young Mens clothes eo that appeal to them Not so much on the eximtreme but different from fathers clothes They im are not high priced I A A Suits C1O to 1vetAll the new colors and styles in Hats Shirts 6 ee NeckwearSox and EVERYTHING TO WEAR A1 S0 e l- ereee5P2 iS I eI J o eeeGee MT VERNQNS LEADING CLOTHIEReeES e0 Q Phone 77 MT VERNONt KY teiehSSOliiieieseieeeioeeleeGSSAeeSSSGGSSSAeeiimeieeeeSSSG 49eeeeeee0e+ eose oel eos CORRECTION In repo rt last week of the premium awards at the Brodhead fair we stated that J Hi Chesnut received the premium on hogs Mr JH Jarrett was the win ner on his famous IOC thorough breds Berea College opens September 16 and has something good for every student Collegiate Acade my Normal Industrial Model Schools Music and Business departments You will never forgive yourself if you miss the chance of knowing Bereas teachers and students and improving the talents that are undeveloped within you Education is possible for all resolqte young people at Berea and the time to start in for educa tion is now For information and friendly advice address Will C Gamble Berea Ky BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL As was stated last week Miss McCord the new principal of Brown Memorial School is now at the Laugdon Dormitory and will be glad to meet the friends and patrons of the school All pupils who hold certificates of promotion from the former Principal will be admitted without examinations to the classes to which they are recommended Only those who have no report card or certificates of promotion will be will required to take the entrance examinationsThese ations will be held at the school building on Sept roth and nth beginning at 9 oclockThe scholarship examinations will be held September 3rd begin ning at 9 oclock Those who wish to enter Lang don Home should apply at once as the number that can be accommodated is limited and the places are given on the principles of First come first served No places will be kept for anyone unless definite word is received by the Principal ot intention to enter No one will be accepted who can not furnish testimonials of good health moral soundness and all earnest purpose to get an education PROGRAM 38th Annuals School Convention Rockcastle Baptist Association Fairview church near Boone Kv Tuesday Sept 8 1908 10 a m I Song by home choir 2 Devotional exercises Revs Jason Robinson W W Brock 3 Song Home choir 4 Address of welcomeRev C Wilson 5 Response Revs Dock Gooch and William Williams 6 Special song Oak Hill choir 7 Report of schools S Song Hummel Grove 9 Adjourn for dinner to Special song Livingston choir 11 Discussion qualifications ofa Superintendent Revs A J Pike S Bogle Jas Cummins and G E Painter 12 Special song Brodhead quar tette 13 Qualification ofa Sunday school teacher P Drummond W H Sowder John Cherry W H Owens Rev G Fish 14 Song 15 How to teach the primary grade Mesdames W J Chil dress J E Woodall ES Albright and M L Myers 6 Song 17 How to increase the attend ance J E Woodall A E Albright Cash Hiatt J J Belcher 18 The Sundayschool in the Sal vation of souls Revs T M Smith Noah Roberts A S Ogle 19 Song 20 Election of officers for next year 21 Offering BenedictionA E Albright Secy Rev Wm Williams Pres Speakers will necessarily be limited to ten minutes time All per sons will be given a chance to speak on any of the subjects FOR SALEl have for sale some thorough bred 100 pigs Iwill license my thorough bred IOC boar at 200 JHJARRETT Aug 28 4V Broadhead Ky fOlEYSIIONfAt It4rckUdrest cafe care XI OtsH n n n Great improvements are in prog ress at Berea Lincoln Hall is now heated by steam and its walls have been refinished thruout The Boarding department has been thoroly renovated The new Hospital will be ready for use in the fall The Hot el Block is near ing completion More than sixty teachers are now engaged in the various department Nothing equals Dr Miles AntiPain Pills for headache neuralgia sciatica etc f f i f f f i f f DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CAMPAIGN FUND M Send your donation no matter how large or small to Jonas Mc Kenzie Treasurer Mt Vernon and proper credit will be given and your name recorded in this list the Friday following the date ofthe remittance Small donations is what Mr Bryan is asking for Reported last Issue 3200 ooooo o o oooooooo gBecause 0TakeIt builds up and strengthens your entire system o It contains Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites so =tOt prepared that it is easy to take and easy to digest 0 0ALLDRUGGISTS AND 100 O = Irrh Old Reliable I tll Most any Ding or Patent Medicine youIll see advertized in the SIGNAL can be found atITHE OLD RELIABLE U Cheapest Drug Store in the county II tillil l GRANVILLE OWENS- LYNDERTAKEi t I Brodhead Ky I COMPLETE LINE = X Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or TeeS phone orders Promptly S Filled 33 li 7t ry lfjFi iiuuuuuuuuuuuuuuiuuiit j Lt UNDERTAKES I Phone s4s MT VERNON KY HAD AN AWFUL TIMEI BUT CHAM BERIJUNS COLIC CHOL ERA AND DIARRHOEA CURED HIM REMEDYI It is with pleasure I you this unsolicited testimonial About a year ago when I had a severe case of measles I got caught out in a bard rain and the measles settled in my stomach and bowels I had an awful time and had it not been for the use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I could not have possibly lived but a few hours longer but thanks toI this remedy I am now strong well I have written the above through simple gratitude and I shall always speak a good word for this remedy SAM H GWIN Con cord Ga For sale by Chas C Davis wl COURIERJOURNAL CUTS ill A SPECIAL RATE OF 125 FOR THE CAMPAIGN AND ELECTION For the first time in its history The CourierJournal has made a special cut rate on its Daily for the campaign The regular price is 6 a year or 3 for six months For the campaign a rate ot 125 has been made to apply to orders received during the months of June July and August After August 31 the regular rates will be in effect Subscriptions received during these months at this rate will be entered on the Courier Journal mailing list until December i next when all will expire Send in your orders at once through this paper The earlier you get in the more papers you receive Henry Wattersou has announced that the CourierJournal will support the Democratic ticket f from end to end and he believes the ticket will win in November The Louisville Times edited by Col W B Haldeman has made the same rate 125 under the same conditions The Times is the best Demcratic afternoon paper printed anywhere REMEDY FOR DIARRHOEA NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL I want to say a few words for Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I have used this preparation in my tamily for the past five years and have recom mended it to a number of people in York county and have never known it to fail to effect a cure in any instance I feel that I can not say to much for the best remedy of the kind in the worldS JEMI SON Spring Grove York county Pa This remedy is for sale by Chas C Davis The President has issued a procla mation for the opening to settlement of surslus lands in the Rose bud Indian reservation in South Dakota HOW TO AVOID APPENDI- CITISV Most victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually cons tipa ted Foleys Orino Laxative cures chronic constipation by stimulating the liver and bowels and restores the natural action of the bowels Foleys Orino Laxative does not nauseate or gripe and is mild and pleasant to take Refuse sub stitutes Sold by Ohas C Dav is KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS I I WITH I I I I FOR Dr Kings I New Discovery coucws OLDS Trial PBlCEI AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTOIL- o MONEY REFUNDED FOR SALEMy farm of 200 a cres in the Eastern part of the county 180 acres in cultivation 580 acres of which is in grass Good buildings splendid orchard well watered and under good fence Will sell at a bargain Address WILLIS ALLEN Withers Ky IIisV Handmade Coffins furnished UU 1111the mnCHAMBERLAINS COLIC CHOLERA AND DIAR RHOEA REMEDY BETtERTHANDOCTORS Three yeaas ago we had three doctors with our little boy and everything that they could do seemed in vain At last when all hope seemed to be gone we began using Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and in a few hours he began to improve To day he is as healthy a child as parents could wish forMrs B J Johnson Clinton Miss For sale bv Chas C Davis Kentucky Fair Dates Elizabethtown Aug 25 3 days NicholasvilleAug 25 4 days London August 25 4 nays Shelbyville Aug 25 4 davs Germantown Aug 26 4 days Florence Aug 26 4 days Liberty Aug 26 3 days Somerset September I 4 days Paris September i 5 days Harrodshurg Sept i 4 days Alexandria Sept i 4 bays Bardstown Sept 2 4 days Fern Creek Sept 2 4 days Monticello September 84 days Hodgensville Sept 8 3 days Glasgow Sept 94 days KentuckyState Fair Louisville Sept 14 6 days Rheumatic Pains relieved by use ol Dr Mlles AntiPain Pills 25 doses 25 cts GRIND Laxative Fruit Syrup Pleasant to take The new laxative Does not gripe or nauseate Cures stomach and liver troubles and chronic con stipation by restoring the natural action ofthe stom ach liver and bowels Refuse substitutes Prloa GOo WI A CARSON PAfNTER AND PAPERHAHbERf WALLPAPER ROOM- MOULDING ETC Let us make an estimate on work before placing your order All Work Guaranteed CONVENTIONS AND EXCURSIONS A new special committee has been created this year by the State Fair management known as the Committee on Excursions and Conventions with Mr Smith T Barley as chairman Al ready a number of annual meetings for state organizations have been secured Including the Kentucky Beef Cattle Association the Kentucky Dairy Cattle Club the Swine Breeders Ai soclation the State Berkshire Associa tion the State Horticultural Society the Good Roads Association and vari ous others of a kindred nature- A suitable convention hall will be provided underneath the grandstand with every accommodation and convenience possible for the visiting or ganizations Chairman Bailey hopes to have many other meetings listed before the opening day and Is arrang ing to have a large number of excur sion trains from all sections of the state In other words It Is his intention to make it a convention week and the banner week in the history of the Falls City for the largest number of outoftown visitors THE NEW STATE FAIR GROUNDS The new Kentucky State Fair grounds where the 1908 annual exhibi tion will be held is easily one of the most modernly arranged and best equipped In the country From an aes thetic point of view the graceful lines of the buildings harmonize with the surrounding topography The car lines will extend into the grounds so that one may step directly from the car to the entrance of the Fair An Imposing archway will extend over the main driveway at the entrance The driveway 100 feet In width leads di rectly to the Livestock Pavilion Grass plots with rows of trees will subdivide this driveway and lines of hedges will border it on the sides In front of the Livestock Pavilion will be an attrac tive fountain located in the center of large flower bed design The racetrack and grandstand are located in the eastern part of the grounds some 600 feet from the pavil ion The surface of the track has been finished with exceptionally fine clay The stables and cooling shed for horses are located Just south of the track The architecture of all the buildings will be along the lines of the Spanish Mission style with white sides and red tile roofs This class and style of architecture will harmon ize with the undulating grounds and graceful driveways which are bordered with hedges and plants and give it a most pleasing appearance 100000 LIVESTOCK PAVILION It is with much pride that the State Fair management will open to the pub lic In September what It has every reason to believe is the finest livestock pavilion In the world While some what similar to other great State Fair pavilions It Is quite different from any of them and combines the good points of all of them It will be 212 feet wide and 400 feet long with an interior arena measuring 116 by 300 feet There will be an entrance to the arena at either end having direct connection with the horse and cattle barna A fifteenfoot promenade will extend entirely around the outside of the are na The main entrances are arranged In four large towers one at each cor ner of the building to give an abun dance of space for entrance and exit The construction is of the moet per manent character being largely con crete aud steel All horses and cattle will be exhibited in this building a great Improvement over the hot dusty show rings and the inconvenient stuffy tents used in the past- WEBERS BAND Webers Prize Band of America one of the finest concert organizations in the West will furnish the music for the State Fair Each of Webers programs will be three hours long and be made up entirely of popular music A number of soloists will be heard Mr Weber has felt the public pulse long enough to know about what is wanted add to this a band that is unsurpassed anywhere his own personality and splendid leading powers soloists of known ability and It is hard to see how the State Fair management could have secured a bigger attraction In the way of a band THE HORSE SHOW AT- KENTUCKY STATE FAIR With the largest prizes ever offered for horses at a Kentucky Fair the greatest exhibit of equine flesh In the history of the Blue Grass State Is confidently expected For the first time exhibitors and spectators will have the pleasure of seeing a firstclass horse show In a large commodious arena completely under shelter without feel Ing the effect of the burning sun or being exposed to damp and chilly weather and undergoing the Inconvenience of a weathersoaked show ring Turnstiles to Be Used at the Ken tuck State Fair Secretary J W Newman of the Ken tucky State Fair has provided the mOst approved pattern of turnstile to be used at each entrance to the State Fair Neither the skinny nor the fat man will have any trouble in passing through them They are equipped with registers which can tell at any minute Just how many persons have passed through For catalogue entry blanks or other formation write Jr W Newman Sec rotary 320 Paul Jones Building LouU tine Ky The little attacks of stomach trouble and stomach disorders will jndoubly lead to chronic dyspep sia unlbss you take something fora sufficient time to strengthen the stomach and give it a chance to get well If you take Kodol in the beginning the bad attacks of Dyspepsia will be avoided but if YOU allow these little attacks to go un headed it will take Kodol a long time to put your stomach in good condition again Get a bottle 0 Kodol today Sold by Chas C Davis SIX GREAT DAYS AT KENTUCKY THEI The Special Days program been announced with Fred W Keisker President of the Louisville Cammer clal Club as general chairman of the Special Days committee The first day will be known as Governors Day and School Childrens Day It will mark the dedication of the new 100000I Live Stock Pavilion which Is now nearing completion and which when finished will be by far the greatest exhibition hall in America tIs a building which will reflect credit not only to the management of the State Fair but to the state Itself The cere monies will Include an address by Gov ernor Willson and in all probability a number of other distinguished speak ers will be present on that occasion School children will be admitted that day for 10 cents and Prcf H C McKee President of the Kentucky State Educational Association who Is chair man of the first days program Is en deavoring to get out the largest at tendance of children ever seen on a fairground in a single day Tuesday Sept 15th will be College Day and Fraternal Day Prof F Paul Anderson of the State University a Lexington is chairman and Charles B Norton of Loulsvlllft vice chairman for that day On account of the very low railroad rates a much larger attendance of college students than usual is expected and Prof Anderson is actively working for large delega tions from all the various collegiate institutions in the state All the fra ternal organizations of Louisville and other cities and towns of the state are invited to Join In an effort to make this one of the biggest days of the Fair On this day the Judging In all departments will begin Horse and cattle awards will be made in the new showpayiUooJw lle all other live stock poultry and other departments will be judged in arenas especially prepared for that purpose Wednesday Sept 16th will be Lou isville Day and Southern Indiana Day Mayor James F Grinstead of Louis ville will be chairman and Jacob Best mayor of New Albany and E N Flynn mayor of Jeffersonville vice chairmen The mayors of all three cities will issue a halfholiday procla mation In addition to the many attractive horse rings jack stock Hereford and Angus cattle Ayreshlre cattle DurockJersey and Chester White Swine Hampshire Cotswold and American Merino sheep will be judged Thursday always the largest in at tendance of the week will be known as Kentucky Day and Press Day On no single day or event in the year are so many Kentuckians from all sections of the state assembled together Mr Tim Needham Williamstown Ky president of the Kentucky Press Association is chairman for that day and has named for his associates a num ber of the most wideawake young newspaper men of the state and if plans do not miscarry it kill prove a genuine reunion of the quillpushers Governor Willson will call a meet ing of all persons interested in good roads in Kentucky on this day at the State Fair Every city commercial club and fiscal court in the state will be invited to send delegates and it is expected to here organize a permanent Good Roads Association in Kentucky The question of securing the adoption by the people in 1909 of the Bosworth good roads amendment to the Constl tution will be discussed With low railroad rates and the State Fair attractions it Is thought a recordbreak ing crowd of good road advocates will be on hand Friday Sept 18th has been desig nated as Equity Day and Grange Day J Campbell Cantrill of Georgetown Ky president of the Kentucky Branch American Society of Equity has been named as chairman and F P Wolcott of Covington Ky Master of the Ken tucky State Grange vice chairman Arrangements are being made for an immense parade of the members of the Society of Equity composed of the many tobacco growers in both the dark patch and burley districts through the streets of Louisville that day This powerful organization assisted by that noble band of true and enlightened farmers known as the Pat rons of Husbandry are uniting their efforts and Diking shoulder to shoulder in flits mbve and breposeta make Itan event of farreaching importance and magnitude to the Kentucky farm er Miss Alice Loyd the daughter of the Society of Equity will deliver an address The judging in all depart ments except horses will be concluded this day and In the afternoon there will be a grand parade of all the prize winners horses mules jacks and cat tle in the Livestock Pavilion with ribbons attached and animals placed in the order the awards were made Saturday the last day will be Ev erybodys Day Anyone not classed under any other day will certainly be included in this Fairs TimeKeepers of Progress President McKinley in his last speech made upon the grounds of the Buffalo Exposition said among other thfllgsFairsand Expositions are the timepieces which mark the progress of nations and every fair great or small has helped in some onward progress The Kentucky breeder of livestock cannot bring his stock before the pub lic attention better than by taking a premium at the Keatucky State Fair For catalogue entry blanks or other information write J W Newman See retary 380 PaulJomoc itdl tag Loulo villa Kri LIFE INSURANCE z For twentyfive cents you can now insure yourself and family against any bad results from an attack ot colic or diarrhoea during the summer months That is the price of a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy a medicine that has never been known to fa 1Buy it now i it amy save life For sale by Chss C Davis NEW VARIETY OE WHEAT From the Chattanooga Times we learn that Abraham Adams an aed farmer of Juliaetta Idaho has produced a variety of wheat which turns out as much as 200 bushel per acre It seems to be something wonder ful and we give the following state ments as we get them for benefit ot our farmers miIrrsculousby its originator a plain man who farms in a plain way but who all his life until old age has lived with and for his wheat and has finally given the world the greatest gift any one man has ever been responsible for Mr Adams first perfect head of wheat came to realization in 1904 from an experimental part of the spring of that year This one head he planted that fall as winter whtiat and the next year he se cured seven pounds of seed from that planting From the seven pounds planted in the spring of iqo8 he harvested 1545 pounds an increase of over 222 times or a basis principle 222 bushels to the acre Here comes another remarkable story of this wonderful wheat The 1545 pounds were sowed in the fall and that summer there were terrific hail storms which put the club and blue stem wheat so much to the bad that many fields were never harvested vet from the Alaska wheat plants there were gathered a crop which threshed out 53000 Ibs This when all other wheat was rendered practically worthlessSomerset Republican DeWitts Little Early Risers safe easy pleasant sure little liver pills Sold by Chas C Davis CAsZ saBear tlu- Bignature of Ains Baiip bdWhen the baby is cross and has you worried and worn out you will find that a little CASCASWEET the well known remedy for babies and childrea will quiet the little one in a short time The ingredients are printed plainly on the bottle Con tains no opiates Sold by Chas C Davis Richard L Band the com missioner appointed by Gov Hughes to report on charges brought against District Attorney Jerome has submitted his 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