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VOLUME XIX MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY MAY 11 190fj UJ1LLN 34
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I Means a pleasure to all your
acquaintances and a genuine
feeling satisfaction to your
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Expect JPSft Deal
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of K K Suits They will
come up to your expectations
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What could be handsomer
than the many Styles or
< K Iesuits made out of all
wool goods in checks plaids
stripes black thibets and fancy
worsteds etc Strictly high
class tailoring which means
best woolens cut properly
sewed properly and stylish I
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There is style in our cloth
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may by Concave shoulders
and close fitting collars onfall
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that last week every body
bought K K Suits and
Douglas Shoes at Makers
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Ponnlar Prices >
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1 1250 and X15
in the famous
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Kwality Kounts Suits
We Sell Everything
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les our vanity more than iC
K Suits it is our complete
iline 1 of
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ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR what lie thinks of the
Douglas Shoes that he bought of us
ASK YOUR NEIGHBORS rife Daughter or
Sister what she thinks of this famous Friedman Shoes
for Ladies that they have been buyingof us
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Mr A J Pike and son Chas
are in Louisvile shopping this week
Mrs J G Frith and son Gov
ernor are visiting her sister Mrs
Joshua Dunn of DanvilleAlbert
Hiatt of Louisville is spending a
few days with home olksM ss
Maud Forbes has left for her home
at Level Green after spending a few
days visiting friends in this city
Miss Uta Hutcheion of Owenton
Ky and Miss Alma McAfee of
Harrodsburg Ky are two charm
ing visitors at Mr and Mrs J W
Hutcbesons All who attended the
party at Miss Dora Dickersons lose
Monday night report a very enjoya I
ble timeH H Hutcheson of
Kirksville spent last Sunday in
inlBrodhead
We are glad to say that Dr Ben
ton is able to be among us again af
ter having been laid up most all
winter with rheumatism Miss
Annie Bronaugh has returned to
her home at Crab Orchard after
spending a few days with Mrs L
C SmithRobert G Wilmott of
Habersham Tenn spent last Sun
day and Monday with homefolks
Miss Carrie Frith of Gum Sul
phur is visiting her uncle J G
Frith Harvey Owens aged 17
son ot James Owens and Miss Le
U DeB > rd aged 16 were married
last Sunday at Mrs Roberts in
this city Best wishes for you an I
yours RingThe Democrats in
convention met here last Saturday
and indorsed Jas 1 Hamilton for
Congress W H Beuton of Liv
inbston was down Tuesday night
calling on one of our fair sexJno 1
Robins and Barbee McAfee attend
ed Masonic lodge at Crab Orchard
Wednesduv nightW R Burk
Jr is in Paint Lick this week on
husin ssVaiter Miller spent last
Sunday with homefolks The
stockholders of the Fair Associa
tion meet to night in their office
for the purpose of electing officers
and deciding upon dates as to
when the fair will be held All
stockholders are requested to be
present Mrs J M Clark is on
the sick list
DEATHS FROM APPENDICI
TIS
decrease in the same ratio that th
use of Dr Kings New Life Pills in
creases They save you from dan
ger and bring quick and painless
relief from constiyation and the ills
growing out of it Strength and
vigor always follow their use
Guaranteed by all druggists 25c
Try them
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Mrs J J McCall is with her
husband at Hazl Patch this week
Mr S H Martin and family of
Mt Vernon spent Sunday last with
Mr and Mrs L E Houk
Miss Mollie Carter cf Brodhead
is visiting relatives hereMiss Al
lie Lee Houk entertatued last Sat
urday evening in honor of her
guests Misses Montie MartinI ai d
Mary Houk Every one reports a
nice time
Mr J N Griffin visited rel <
tiues at Livingston last week
Miss Judith McCall returned home
from Hazel Patch accompanied bj
her sister Miss Grace and little
fiend Myrtle Nicholson Rosccel
Griffin sand Fred Purcell made a
living trip to Livingston last week
Dont forget the supper at oni
church Saturday night May xath
Come every one Come girls nnn
bring your boxes Come bijsaiu
bring your qmrters Everybody
is invited time
SCIATICA CURED AETER TWENTY
YEARS OF TORTURE
For more than twenty years Mr
J B Massey 3322 Clinton street
Minneapolis Minn was tortured
by scistica The pain and suffer
ing which he endured during this
time is beyond comprehension
Nothing gave him any permatent
relief until he used Chamberlains
Pain Balm One application of that I
t liniment relieved the pain ndmade
sleep and rest possible and less
I than one bottle has effected a per
I manent cure Mr Massey relates
his experience for the benefit of
others who may be similarly afflict
ed If troubled with sciatica or
J rheumatism why not try a 25 cent
bottle of Pain Balm and see for
youJself how quickly it relieves
the pain For sale by Chas CI
Davis leading druggist
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J H Jarrett Declares f
For Good Roads
Brodhead Ky May 9 1906 i
Editor Signal
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I will give you my views
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want good roads cant live but only j
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exist without them I am forI
bonds or levy or any old way to gtt J
good roads There should be of
competent man in each precinct J
that knows how to build roads and 1
knows what should be done for a
days work and never stop work
uut1 roads and bridges are all UTI
Our present system will never I
give saisfactcry results Qncethe l
roads are put upwith proper
grades then expenses are done
It is too bad to live in a country 1 1
where you at best cant make half
time and take half of a load and a i
good portion of the late winter and
early spring can hardly get along II
on horseback or with an emptyI
wagon Yours for good roads =
J H JARRETT 1
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John Cress of Preachersville was
in this part first of the week on =
businessBroughton Burk have
moved their saw mill near Jacob
Elders Mr H C Broughton is
improving Rev R E Todd filled
his regular appointment at Bethel
S + turday and SUtlduyDr D E
Proctor will soon have his new
store house completed Rev John
Todd of Newell passed through
BuckeyeI
I church to fill his appointment
Sheep shearing is the order of the
day at this place All that want
their sheep sheared call on Mr Da
vid ProctorNailer Towery
our hustling farmer says he wants
to give advice to farniers who use
fertilizers Make your fertilizer
last two years Just pull up the
old stump and drop your corn in
the old hill and then you save
breaking laying off and the extra
fertilizer
George M Clinger a survivor of I
the Sultana disaster Qfthe Qivil
War died ntMaysville from injur
ies received by being struck by a
trainCol
Col Frank Powell a famous In
dian scout known as V hit e
Beaver died suddenly on a rail
road train near El Paso Tex
Mount Vesuvius is again show
ing signs of considerable activity
The main crater is discharging
sand and cinders
POSTMASTER ROBBED
G W Fouts Postmaster at Rh
erton la nearlo lost his life and
was robbed of all comfort accord
ing to his letter which says For
20 years I had chronic liver com
plaint which led to such a severe
case of jaundice that my finger
nails turned yellow and when my
doctor prescribed Electric Bitters
which cured me and nave kept me
well for eleven years Sure cure I
for Biliousness Neuralgia Weak
ness and all Stomach Liver Kid
nev and Bladder deranpements A
wonderful Tonic At all druggists
50 cents
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courteous treatment and prompt service to all our customers U
Protected by an absolute fire and burglar proof screw door safe and bur
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Ms to the people a safe and conservative
mBanking uystemi i
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mIndividual Firms and Corporations Solid led
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ant and profitable relation tG1
mPay 3 per cent interest on all deposits of 100
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PINE HILL
Rev Howe from Birbourville
preached here the last Sunday in
April Myrtle Screech was in
Brodhead last weekMiss Katie I
Cass and little brother Robert were I
the pleisant guest of Mr and Mrs
L B Hilton the laher part of last
weekMr Milton Pike of Leba
non Junction spent a few days
with relatives here Mr Black
burn pastor of the Methodist
church was among us Snnday
Mr John McHargue was in Mt
Vernon on busiuess this week
Will Pike of Louisville brought
his family here to vteit relatives
I and friendsJohn Berry is home
on a visitMrs Carmon of Cor
058 j fiE
ctiiELD BRA
fT5 WiLL
bin is visiting her mother Mr
Rutherford Mr Elmer Carpen
cqrreuIIter
ens aresmiling nowM A B j
Furnish was down on legal busi
ness last Friday There is the
finest prospect for an abundent I
peach crop that we have had for
many years We sincerilly hope
l that this is general and not localI
I The clay interests of Pine Hill are
booming Thre gentlemen from
Louisville were out looking over
the ground Our station has been
improved by the addition of1 bay
window and other conveniences bayI
Mr R L Collier loaded poles here
Wednesday
FOmSKlDNEYWitBiakes
fakes KIdnoys and Bladder High
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Established
1887
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CLOTHING
Mens Us and Boys Suits
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The most economical to buy because they are better
made and fit more perfectly than other suits sold > lit Eo
< ular Prices >
None Genuine ithut the Label on the Collar
fob sales y J FISH
Mt Vernon Ky
W A CARSON
Painter Paperhanger
Agent for
HENRY BOSCH COS
line of
WALL PAPER KOOM
MOULDINGS ETC ETC
Let us make you an estimate on
work before placing you order
All Work Guaranteed
Confirmation of the
reported ex
ecution of Father Gapon has been
beenI
was executed by order of the Revo
lutionary Workmens Tribunal

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