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Mount Vernon signal. (Mt. Vernon, Ky.) 18??-current, April 25, 1902, Image 1

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l OLUME xv MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COLXTY K V FIUDAY APRIL 25 1902 KUI13E 31 1
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TELL MY FRIENDS TO BE BRAVE All II FRARLESSAHD LOYAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE
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APRIL JIM F lyer SF R B U8T Huycr1
FINEIRON 5E1AAA1
LTl H3udled Teas and Saucers 18c Sett
HandlcdeaCuiVs ntH Saucers 35c
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Small Pinter 25c i t I
Large Plates 3f
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11 OUR BUSINESS JS BOOMING + WHYV C II
THE MOST SUCCESSFUL
THE MOST REL IA LE
THE MOST POPULAR
STORE IN ROCKCASTLE
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WE HAVE JUST
RECEIVED ORE
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OF THE NICEST
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OUR QUOTATION
APPEAL TO YOU IN
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EST LINES of Dry
Goods and Notions
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Ever Brought to godhead
Also Have a New Line of fens Youths and Childrens Clothing
ClothingRanging
We ask all to come in and examine our line of GENERAL
r MERCHANDISE We WILL MAKE CLOSE
PRICES on SHOES Have one of the
most complete line of Shoes in
BRODHEAD KY
> Shoes Prices from roc to 450 per pair >
Agents for BEAR and OX Fertilizer Prices
From 105 per hundred and Upward
R > CIR I ES a t the LQ WES PRICES Highest price sRairJ s
ss S Y i j for jSroduce i6c per lt > for butter
< T Remember the place Your Trade respectfully solicited
C H FRITH
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BEE LICK I
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Fanners of this community are
quite backward with their work
John Ballard of this place has
gone to Ill to reside
Mr John G Brown and wife are
visiting Mr and Mrs W H Brown
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at PrearhersyilleI
PrearhersyillePrelty
Pretty Miss Eva Brown of Quail i
is the attractive guest of her aunt j
Mrs Sallie Barnes
Aron Ray of Garrard is visiting I
his uncle and aunt at this place
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Mr Wesley Reynolds wife and I
five daughters of this place were in
Brodhead Saturday shopping i
shoppingI
Mr Malin Gooch of the Waynes I
burg section was in this vicinity
Monday on important business i
Mrs Josh Wilson left Sunday
for Dallas and other points in
Texas to visit friends and relatives
H G Sutton and family of Quail
were visitingG B Sutton and R
W Reynolds Saturday and Sun
day
dayMisses
Misses Martha and otBessieR yn
olds have goricHoiAlbia i to spend a
few days with t their sister > Mrs
Nate Gooch k
Little Gracie Adams of Rock
castle has been quite a pleasant
guest to her cousin Miss Pattie
Wilson of this lace r
Last Monday while coming down
a very steep hill in a wagon Mr
Will Delaney accidently fell from it
and severity sprained his ankle
which is causiflghfm immense pain
Our hustling merchants Messrs
J M and MG Reynolds are jre
cerving a nice line of spring arid
summer merchandise and they cor
dially invite the public to c nand
see their new goods
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Cfrauncey Depew would probably
have to be put in a straight jacket
ets
ifa Depew kidshould arrive at his
iiousel f
Land Stock and Crop
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Catron and Wood sold to some
Cincinnati parties 156 heat of sheep
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Henry Catron says that as soon
as he can dispose of So head of hogs
and 28 good yearling steers that he
will quit trading and settle clown
tto work on his farm
E B Cox bought of Joe Norton
a good cow and calf for X35
J T Stewart has engaged 1500
lambs in this county for June and
July delivery at 5 and 534 cents
J T Voris of Burgin has purchas
led 200000 pounds of hemp during
March at 5 per hun redClel
Coleman bought 18 head of 1400
pound cattle from George Robin
son Saturday at sU cents He
also bought 200 head of slop cattle
in Anderson at 4Uand a5 cts
Harrodsburg HeraldV = i j
A decrease of 958000 bushels t
last week made the visible supply
of corn 7550000 bushels against J
22026000 a year ago Total ex f I
ports from all surplus countries I
were reported as 2j58565bushels
against 2990531 in the previous
woek and 4002889 a year ago
As usual the loss was fr mtht
United States with good gains from
have
moved very irregularly of late with
considerable activity in option deal
ings Western receipts have fallen
ta a low point while exports sud =
denly expanded which naturally
produced a higher level of quota
tions On Tuesday NO2 mixed
Scorn was quoted here at 70 cents
compared with 50 cents a year ago
1Duns
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Careful parents do not now ask
whoP
the men who propose for their
daughters hands whether they can
give them horses and carriages it
whether they can give them beef
threa tiqjesvavda3r
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IM I L LT fER V 5
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BIG STOCK of Newest things in
Ladies Misses and Chlldrens
Trimmed Hats at Jsoe 75c 850 900
100 and tip L
CAN SAVE you 5Q ler cent on all your
i Purchases in Ladies Hats
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B i + 1J If tf r
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Eame Bonds For less money
ta Goods For lame Tllflh1V
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Miss Lillie Smith remains quite t
ill
Valter JWnllen of Copper creek
was here Saturday
A C Hiatt went to Stanford
Sunday and returned Holiday
lefts
here last week for Winchester
Messrs Jas Wood and Bogue
Phillips of Wildie passed through
here Tuesday
Messrs H C Jones and Carli
Menifee attended court at Stan
ford Monday last
Mrs J Cass and little daughter
of Brodhead were visiting rela
tives here this week
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Messrs Walter Boyd and James
Henderson + ° left he e Saturday
night for Cincinnati
J J Smith and wife have been
visiting their Ma 1
Cress Preachersville I
Drummer F L Thompson was
here Thursday accompanied byc
Hare Dunn of Brodhead I
J M Cress of Preachersville I
was in this vicinity last week buy
ing good calves at 4C also hogs at
5 cents
Mr Jessie Proctor one of Wil
dies fine young men was Tier
Sunday enjoying the smiles of his
best girl 4 I
Mesdames Lauretta Hiatt and
Sarah Kenny this section were
visiting Mrs Dr Benton ofXBrod =
headj Friday last
A K lt1cCIary sold to Sam Pur
cell some good scorn r > 3 qo also
to Stephen Ramsey some short corn V
at iSo per barrel
Messrs Willie Lear sand Richardd
Adams who have been erri ployed i 1
near Winchester for some time
were with homefolks Sunday
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Rev R B Mahoney ofSian
ford was in this icinity Saturday
doing businessjor the Continental I
Insurance Co I He was accom
panied by Harveyj Vanhook of t
McKinney VV V
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Mr Arie Sargent of this place
snd Miss Bessie Hughes of McKinney
McIKinney
Kinney were married last week
They took the train Saturday night
for Cincinnati < wjiere they will
make their home r
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WALKS WSOUTVClWTOaE S
I was much V afflicted with sciatica i l 1
i J jt ts
writes Ed C Nud lowaville Se Q g J
wick Co Kan going about on I
crutches and suffering d i9
pain I was r induced t o try Ballard
Snow Liniment which relieved me
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I used three Soc bottles It is the
greatest liniment I ever used hay e
recommended it to a number of
persons all express themselves as
being beuefitted by it I now walk
without crutches able to perform a
great deal of light labor on the
farm 359 PCo 1151 100 at Chas t
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The S < OIAIS splendid and ef
fiicient Iiyingsibn coi respondent
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was visiting here Sunday and Mon
flay
Vm McNevv is loading some
heavy timber at this place for the
railroad use
Miss Nannie Sumink of Rica
jiiqnd is here trimming hats for
IrsM3rtiueo
FProf
are repotted as our most success
ful fishermen
fishermenAndy
V Andy Mason returned from Mt
Vernon Tuesday where he had
been visiting friends a few days
Mrs M Pennington of Mt Ver
non attended the organization f
the < Sunday school here Sunday
Misses Georgia and Mattie Mc
Ferrdn of Pine Hillwere the
gtiestsof Mrs D G Martin Sun
day
IM Joe A Evans ot Richmond is
hrlpriig look after the business of
J C Cheuatilt in thc absence of
D G Martin
Ove Evans is reported as the
IOveijvans
most patient fisherman in these
parts does earlier and stays later
Phan
than any of the anglers
Mr D G Martin has gone to
the reunion at Dalas Tex He
will also visit his brother w at Frt
about t
the first of May i
Mr and Mrs J R Stuckeywere
up from Livingston Sunday to as
sist in organizing our Sunday
nts o
tpm each Sunday The public
Ire cordially invited to attend
HERBiNE CURES
Fever and Ague A dose will
usually stop a chill a continuance
continuanceI
always cures Mrs Wm M Strqud 1
Midlothian Texas May 31 1899 I
writes We have used Herbine in
ont family for eighty ears and found
it the best medicine we have ever
used for la grippe fever and
i malaria soc at Chas Co Davis 1
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FURNITURE
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CAR LOAD of all KINDS OF FURNITURE
BEDS 19O2OO 225 TO 5OO
Bedroom Suits i12 00 lloOO antI up
Best Double Canebottom Chairs at 45cts EachV
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Ii I TRY OUR CLOTHING
IiilI do you good And you can keep iho Change for thcr llf
be Plenty of CHANGE YIr = a TO KEEP y llI
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Just Received Fsros FactoryS = I
THE CREATE T
HAT SALESMAN
IK AMERICA
A COMPLETE Li t
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EVERY ONE GUARANTE AKER
Latest New YoTH Styles
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Sunday school was ClrgauieJat I
Orlando Sunday f
C L Riddle bought a horse
from W G Hiatt for 65
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Wm McNew sold Henry Lawson
some shoats at 4 cts per Iti
Mr Craig Brynt is making soaie
improvements about his place i
There is prayer meeting at Buck V
eye every Wednesday evening at 7
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Mrs G M Johnson was visiting
her son G Tat Wildie the first of
the week
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Emmet Tieadway who has been
visiting relatives in the West has
returned VSS
returnedMr
Mr D G Martin has gone to
Ft Worth Texas to be gone abou t
ten days j
Mrs Newt Seymonswas visiting
relatives at Langford Station Satur
dayand SundayV v
The young folks meet at the
school house every Sunday after j
noon to practice singing 1
THE GREAT DISMAL SWAMP
Of Virginia is a breeding rgroun d
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of Malaria germs So is low wet j
or marshy ground everywhere i
These germs cause weakness chills
and fever aches in the bones and 1
muscles and may induce danger
ous maladies But Electric Bitters
never fail to destroy them and cure
malarial troubles They will sure
ly prevent typhoid We tried
many remedies for Malaria and 1
Stomach and Liver troubles I
writes John Charleston of Byes
ville Q but never found any
thing as good as Electric Bitters
Try them only Soc Satisfaction
guaranteed At all druggists
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ceDouble the price of everything j
eatable add about 5 percent to the
earnings of the average man and
the result will be what the republii
cans label great prosperity i
If the housekeepers of the coun I
try had votes the republicans would I
be putout bf power asfast asS elec
tions could beheld > f
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CHANGES IN THE COMMONV
SCHOOL LAW
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rVhich was passed by the recent
Legislature withan emergency
clause is as follows V
IstThat 20 per cent shall beVS
paid in October November and
January and 40 per cent in Dec
ember
2itdThe second change re
quires the County Superintendent
to make his annual report br
August i st instead of September
I st as formerly
3No teacher shall be eligible
as examiner on the County Board
who is at the time or for six
months previous thereto has been
conducting OF teaching in any
school college or university when
teachers or those preparing to
teach are making preparations to 4
be examined for certificates tol
teach in the common schools of the 1
State
4thChat the teachers through
out the State shall teach the fullt
20 weeks The districts now will
get the full benefit of the term 20
weeks and the teachers attend the
Institute on their own time VV
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fI would like for the teachers in
IRockcastle
Rockcastle county to still remem
ber that the clause compelling =
them to attend is still in effect T
dand that it is the law for each one
to attend the full five days By
that it does not mean one day two
days but five days
The time for holding the Insti
tute will be announced later pc
So let every teaclfer begin lomake
their arrangements to attend the
full five days
yoursi
VV G 11 BALLARD
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BEAUTY AND STRENGTH
Are desirable You are strong
and vigorous when your blood is
pure I nynav most women
pfail
fail to properly digest their food
gand so become pale sallow thin and
heweak while the brightness fresh
andn
completion depart Remedy this
j unpleasant evil bf eating nourish
ing food and taking a small doseof
I Herbine after each meal to digest
hat you have eaten soc afe Chas
t C Davis drugstore
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