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Mount Vernon signal. (Mt. Vernon, Ky.) 18??-current, September 09, 1904, Image 1

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Joe Wood of Vildie wns here
Sunday
SundayTohn
John l derson was in Pine lilt
last week
Robert Chiidress was in Living <
un Saturday i i
Mrs Noah Mason still continues
tll he very lkI
Henry Smith ied honiefolks
at Wildie Snndiy
Wm MHSOM is numbered with
th sick this wtek
Or M IVnniiiglcin of Mt Wri
iHiii was hrri > M oiidn I
Rev William Williams held Ser
vices at Maple Grove Sunday strI
Mr Jell ins traveling salesman
wis with our merchants Monday tl
Quite a number from this place I
attended the picnic at Johnetta I
Monday
MondayThere 1
There is a great deal of sickness
in this vicinity and Dr Taswt11 is
isJ I
Miss Hie 1 odor of Wildie is
I
fie guest of her sister Mrs J Ar
Wood this week I I
Mr and Mrs Towery of Wildie 1
were the guests of Mr and Mrs J
A Wood SundayJ
Mr Summers special L N
agent was here Saturday looking J
after some husinessI
Messrs G M Ballard Lee Tate I
and Dick Miller were over from I
Mi Vernon Sunday
Mr E R Gentry of Brodhead
was the guest of G W Childress
Saturday and Sunday
Messrs James McHargue and
J W Morris are rushing in the
chestnut wood this week
Mr and Mrs J S Langford of
WiTdie were the guests of J C
I Childress and family Saturday and
eMesstcalP Sunday and G W Evans
I and Thos H Pickles latter editor I
of The
Richmond Register Je
i d wn from Richmond Saturday
dand Sunday visiting OC Evan s
i A POWER FOR GOOD
I The pills that are potent in their
action and pleasant in effect are
DeWitts Little Early Risers W
S Phtlpot of Albany Ga say
During a billions attack I took
Due Small as it was it did me
more good than calomel blue mass
or any other pill I ever took aiid at
the same time the effect was pleas
ant Little Early Risers are cer
I t 1nl an ideal pill Sold by Mt
Vernon Drug Company ItI
tThe Third regiment Kentucky
State Guard arrived in St Louis
jyesteaday morning and marched to
i their camp on the fair grounds to
a drizzling rain Each of the nine
1 companies had its full complement
j of officers and privates
i
A REMEDY WITHOUT A PEER
II
I find Chamberlains Stomach
I and Liver Tablets more beneficial
I usedifor
I for stomach trouble says J P
Klote of Edina
Mo For any
disorder of the stomach biliousness
constipation these Tablets are
without a peer For sale by Chap
C Davis ChaI
LAND STOCK AND CROP I
I
STAVED A rnilch cow a red
ninley cnw with mall white spot
in loreiieul ctrl vlnti belly Has i
Suittll btll on A liberal rewarrl for 1
her icMiiii nr iJtlurll Hid > o her
ulu leihonls
JACK HANSEL i
jept 2 Jint 11111 Kta
W S Tuttle bojujhi ul < inmn
Weil 25 tfeding catdweiht
J21II > at j ctSR gr annon I
loughi ul V R Tattle 18 fffding
cattle veighing o HIII t 13 MS
with t itr htIl1L UiiirlieMtr
llrI I I
Jihti Luc < the wellknown stock I
trade of Stanford while here stockg
to R B Hutchcrafland others
250
hear of sheep at 350 per head 250I
Pans Kentuckian
Tle bigstrike has demoralized
the collie market and as grass and I
I
water have been plentiful farmers
farmersI
have peen in no hurry to sell at I
prevailing prices but all the cattlet
that would have been sold are still
ion hand and will eventually he
forces on the market at what the I
trust may choose topay for them
The outlook is not good for the
holders of cattle Ex
yoThe
later rains would cause the ears to
fil a little better at the ends and
would help late corn still the bulk
lof the crop is made and in this sec
tion is a record breaker The acre
age is larger than usual as some
wheat was plowed up last spring
We have heard ofno sales so far I
but unless the drought in the corni
cornI
I
belt north of the Ohio river and
the excess of rain in some parts of f
the West should have a tendency t
to keep up prices corn will not be
high here this fall ExI
J Simms Wilson bought of L Ac
Soper of Little Rock 11000 bu
of bluegrass seed at 4z cts per bus
F M Lockiidge sold on Thurs
day 13 head of i2colb feeders to
betakenfromlOotf ber oats to ioth
at 4 cts per pouhdy plus a pre
mitini of V per headO H
Downey of Wellington Menefee
rcounty soldon Wednesday 72
head of hogs average toilbs at 5C
It was an extra good lot He also
sold to Bert ORear five sows and
pigs at the same pricelIt Ster
ling Adv cate
A St Louis special says It is
pretty generally known that KenI
tuckys exhibit of tobacco elicits as I
much favorable comment as any
thing at the fair This is not surI
prising to those who are reesponsi
ble for the display although thci
hardly hoped for the wdespread at
lention which has been accorded it
While having for its main object
the exploiting of Kentuckys great
est commercial product it is also a
lesson in tobaccoculture and inanu
facture Recently representatives
of France Ireland and Ceylon have
made exhaustive studies of the dis
cholay France and Ireland have
long been buyers of certain kinds
Ilong
of Kentucky tobacco but it is con
fidently believed that the fact of
their having through this exhibit
been made acquainted with other
reuseful typts of which they were
wereI
aspreviously ignorant will result in
more of their supply being purchas
ed from Kentucky and less from
competing States
Statest
Well We Guess NotBorn to
H N Shaw and wife a ipound
baby He has not plowed very
much corn since Fredericksdale
Cor Caldwell 0 RepJour
THE STOMACH IS THE MAN
A weak stomach weakens the
man because it cannot transform
the food be eats into nourishment t
Health and strength cannot be re
store to any sick man or weak
woman without first restoring
health and strength to to stomach
A weak stomach cannot digest
enough food to feed the tissues and
revive the tired and rue down
lambs and orgas of the body Ko
clol Dyspepsia Cure digests what
yon eIt cleanses and strengthens
the glands and membranes ofthe
stomach and cures indigestion
dyspepsia and all stomach troubles
Sold by Mt Vernon Drug Com
pany
An Indiana farmer rented a
wireless telegraphy outfit fort a I
i in Chicago L Now hes wadless
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VOLUME XVII MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 9 1904 NUMBER fn
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G S GRIFFIN I
Vhose announcement as a candidate for Sheriff of Rockcastle county
appears in this issue Mr Griffin wa < juler of this county for eight
3 ears and made one of the best officers the county has ever had Three
year ago he was a candidate for sheriff but vas defeated by the pres
ent incumbent H L Tate ha small majority Whether victorious or
defeated he hasalways beena hard worker for his partvs cause If
eecied his deputies will be D G Clark and Tom Nicely the former
who is now riding under Mr Tate and the latter who worked with
Mr Catron
CatsonBIIODIL
BKODH EAD
EADI
Mr Per Hiatt continues ina very
1
serious condition
The Rev Sawyer it mixing and I
mingling with friends again
Mrs Jim Moore and ton Frank
left Tuesday for the Worlds Fair i
Misses Sussie nd Lida HiJai
are visiting relatives at Junction
City j
Charlie Hurt is holding down the I
wires at Lily this week and Joe I
Blainat Woodbine <
Gaptr and Mrs lfC Smit1ihlr
and Mrs Cranor havetaken rooms 1
at the Frith Hotel I
Messrs Frank Barnett and JoeI
Holman of Stanford called < n
some of our pretty girls Sunday
Mrs Lou Purcell accompanied J
by her friend Mrs Saur of Lock 1
land 0 is visiting homefolks in
the country inI
Mr Manly C Albright attended I
the Barbourville fair last week al
Fthe at spent Williamsburg several days with all
WilliamsburgThe
The sick in town are all better
except Fred Sowder and Mrs W
A Tyree the former having a ve 11
bad case of typhoid fever
Mr and Mrs Geo E Painter j
Mr and Mrs John Harris Mes
MesIdames
dames L L Jarrett Ida Adams
and Ellen Mahaffey are attending
the Baptist Association at Livings
ton tbisveek
The time has come that we read I
about in the Bible that the devil
would be loose for a short season
He is now in the Eleventh Con
gressional District of Kentucky rob
lung the people of their suffrage
sUffrage1Hden
Hyden Ky Thousandsticks
Must Go At
I COST
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C 0 N Vf A Y
IC
Frank Jones is on the sick list
IFrank
Mason Pulliiis of Garrard was
IIhere last xvt ek
Millard Lutes of Cass Mo is
vi hill relatives here
Hanev Clfnault has his large
cruk bnrn > bout completed
Rod working is on now and the
Lo sfiic fixing them up right
Subscribe for the Signal its one
of the best I a ers on the map
Quite acrowd fromjiere attended
Robinsons circus at Richmond
last week
J J Wood S Hayes are in e
city this week buying f l1and
winter goods
Pal Kidwell of Copper creek
bought 30 acres land from Henry
Berry here for 15000
Kit Chenault of Richmond where as
IIKit
here this week and bought a few
IIftl1all crops wheat for i per hu
J T Handy who has the finest
melon patch in the county is kept
very busy waiting on his customers
Miss Aha S Ren of FJsmore
Kans who has been visiting her
rpaunt Mrs John Guinn herI
home last weekI
Squirrels are plentiful and are
destroying lots of corn but on acj
iscount of the game law we have to
let them help themselves
U S Berry who has been visit
iug relatives in Georgia returned
home Sunday accompanied by his
sister ilt law Mrs John Berry
A successful kick against award
das
lag a prize to incubator twins was
obmade at the As btrj Park baby
show The crowd believed in pat
ronizing home industry
MUST GO AT COSTMust
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Must Go All
COST I
d FOR BARGAINS IN SUMMER
3 0 Suitings White Goods
t
Fr = Io
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jv Skirt Waists Slippers and Straw Hats
Ins fact any article that is not worn in winter
> t i season that we now have on hands
r V < 6 7
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j CSSr > Will goof cost c j
i Come and see for yourself
> We can save you Moo ey S
4 yCi HOCKER 00
iIruarI5 FADEDlfi1i I i LIVINGSTON KY 1
PRINT SHOWS THROUGH
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WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Flour Meal Corn Shipstuff Oats
and all kinds Field Seed arid Rye
m
SCAN GIVE YOU
Stanford Flour Richmond Flour
Gold Medal and Diadem Flour
guarantee quality and prices
WE are prepared to meet any
bodys prices and when you are not
buying from us you are not getting
the benefit of some good things we
have in store for our customers
SEND IN YOUR ORDERS Ve delher n1 goods aly HJl II Station
As soon as we can build room to carry Groceries we will then lie prepare l to supply
your wants in groceries as well
Cash paid for produce Tours for business
businessM
MtJ MILLERCO
ll VERNON KY
CRAB ORCHARD
ORCIIAnDI
IDr Edmiston and wife are visit 1
ing in Madison county I
Miss Lizzie Carson is visiting j
friends at Ottawa Rockcastle coun
grIy I
Misses Ernie Menefee and Bertha
BerthaI
Beldon visited Miss Alice Green
on Sunday last
lastI
Mrs M K Bronaug and Miss
Clara Menefee visited at Mr
Spangers on September 2nd MrI
Mrs Emma Payne is still Carr r
ing onthe grocerywhns tn eysth tlJr
her husband was engaged in before
he died I
IMrs
Mrs Beldon has returned from ai
visit to Casey county She cams ejer
home badly afflicted witha car
boucle on her hand
Mrs Geo Spangler and daughter
Miss Roxie Mrs J C McWhorter
toos ks
dinner with Mrs Patten on Tuesday
crday
day last
Our school is progressing nicely
conducted by C Ware of Pulaski
Attendance not very large con
conIsidrirg
sidering there are 100 children in
the district
districtTwo
Two deaths in town on the 2nd
Inst one a widow Dishon an aged
lady who was paralyzed and I iy edS
only a few days the other was
Miss Winnie Condor whojiad been
sickwith a complication of diseases
since last winter Miss Condor
ej
was the only living daughter of Mr
and Mrs P M Condor who are
almost heartbroken Her two
brothers M Mand George w ereties
away from home with the Crab
Orchard Band which was playing
at the Somerset Fair They were
called by telephone but did not
gt herein time to see their sister
alive May God help the grief
stricken family to bear this great
sorrow
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ABovs WILD RIDE FOR LIFE
With family around expecting
him to die and a son riding fur lifer
18 miles to get Dr Kings New
Discovery for Consumption Coughs
and Colds W H Brown of Lees
hvine Ind endured deaths agonies
from asthma but this wonderful
medicine gave instant relief and
writese I
now sleep soundly every night
Like marvelous cures of cqnsump
tb is >
coughs colds and grip prove its
matchless merit for all throat and
lung troubles Guaranteed bottles
freeo at
all druggists
nsThe monthly statement of the
public debt shows an increase of
6711916 for the month of Aug
ust The monthly comparative
statement of Government receipts
and expenditures shows deficit of
63432 1 2 for august the total de
licit for rise first two months of the
fiscal year beginning 23750941
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REPORT OF THE SUNDAY
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SCHOOL CONVENTION
HKID AT SAND HILL
IHIID
Tl e Sundayschool picnic held lat
at Sand Hill on last Sabbath was a fo
grand success There were large gi
delegations from Livingston Pine D
Hill and many other parts of the
county tThe program arranged Si
Iwa carried out niceely After de
ssnotional exercises we were adjourn
ed for dinner The crowd was es
timated at about 350 people bit C I
there was plenty on the board for
1rZ1 Ijt eroneseeinedittianL Ct cl
and happy and as our worthy n1
Ity Supt J R Stucky expressed
1himsely too full to talk Howev j
er he did his share of talking as
well as eating I
We were called to order hy sing
ering Next we enjoyed a short but
impressive talk from Bro H GI
Edwards Snpt of Sunday hool
at this place Next comes our i
worthy friend Mr Sullivan from j
Pine Hill not the great prize fight
er Sullivan but a man having his
feet shod with the preparation of
IIthe gospel and who is mighti ofl
than lie
Next Bro J E Blackburn
gives a very short but impress e I
dtalk Next Bro Walton Prof I
S Baldwin and others talk of S S
Last but not least we enjoyed a
entall from our county secretary
5Mrs Houston McFerron who has
Irjnst returned from the State Con
irvention she had many interesting
arethings to tell After a rose of
twothanks was given for the hospitali
ties we received we were adjourned
abjottrned feeling greatly benefited
tugand that love worketh no evil but
refulfilling of the law Let us all
notpray for more workers for The
terHarvest is Ripe and the Laborers
eGare Few
WHATS IN A NAME
Everything is in the name when
ft comes to Witch Hazel Salve
E C DeWitt Co of Chicago
gto
discovered some years ago how to
make a salve from witch hazel t hattzed
is a specific for Piles For blind
bleeding itching and protruding
Piles exczeina cuts burns Bros yesto
and all skin diseases DeWi ttsby
Salve has no equal This has given
yener
Irise to numerous worthless counterfeits
feits Ask for DeWittV gen
uine Sold by the Mt Vernon
Drug Company
Mr Dooley says A Thrust
may show a momentary fondness
for a Dinimycrat but raymim her
hertt
a Thrust is a Ray publican at heart
He wasbrought up on it
CAUSE OF INSOMNIA
iugIndigestion nearly always dis
hubs the sleep more or less and is
aften the cause of insomnia Many
cases have been permanently cured
hy Chamberlainfs Stomach and
Liver Tablets For sale by Ch as
C Davis
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PROGRAM
The Teachers Association of the
Third Magisterial district will meet
Blue Springs near Han fotd
fourth Saturday in September be
ginning at to a nr
Devotional Exorcises Melvin Val
lin
choird
Welcome address by Miss Mattie
McFerron teacher
Response by John Meadows
Patriotic address Lee R Samms
Best method of teaching fraction
JV UOncB3f JamKMcEerrafP + M 1
n1and Miss Mattie Dyer
School discipline by all members
of the Associations
Adjournment for noon
nooni
Arternoon Mnsic by choir
Recitation by Miss Rachel Hibbarr
Select reading by Miss Bessie Rev
GInolds
Essay by Mrs Fishbnck Subject
Value of the study of Psychology
to the teacher
Paper by Mrs R C Wade
Difference in teaching and keeping
fstool by Mrs Georgia McClur
IlHsses Mary Williams Georgia
McFerron Emma Pennington
and tub Dyer
Oration G A French
flyerS
Debate Resolved that we have an
educational qualification suffrage
GeorgeChildress DB Chandler
J W Kincer Affirmative W
H Owens Jjno McFerron Jno
Meadows Negative
fD B Chandler Vicepres
Secyd
CHAMBERLAINS COUGH
utREMEDY AIDS NATURE
1Medicines that aid nature are
helways most effectual Chamber
lains Cough Remedy acts on this
plan It allays the cough relieves
the lungs aids expectoration opens
rithe secretions and aids nature in
verestoring the system to a healthy
condition It is famous for its
cures over a large part of the civil
ized world Thousands have testi
fied to its superior excellence It
counteracts any tendency ofa cold
to result in pneumonia For sale
by Chas C Davis
Snake tales are now ripe as dcg
endays are just past Send in your
report for publication but do not
exceed the usual limit of
exaggera
tion Only feet is
7 allowed for a
blacksnake and inches
34 for a
copper head snake without the
authors affidavit Littleton W
Va Enterprise
CHAMBERLAINS COUGH
REMEDY
This is a medicine of great worth
and merit Try it when you hare
a cough or cold and 3011 are certain
to be pleased with the quick relief
which it affords It is pleasant to
take and can always be depended
upon For sale by Cha C Davis

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