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VOLUME XIX MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY MAY 18 1906 NUMBER 32
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Means a pleasure to all your
acquaintances and a genuine
feeling satisfaction to your i
selfWhat
What could be handsomer
than the many Styles ol
CK lCsuits 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
MA Great Deal
ofKK Suits They will
come up to your expectations
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ing no matter what the price
may by Concave shoulders
and close fitting collars on all
the K 1coats
IH Did Certainly Look Like
that last week every body
bought K K Suits and
Douglas Shoes at Bakers
Popular Prices
675 750
850 1000
1250 and 85
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les our vanity more than i4K
< Suits it is our complete
line of
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DouglasNEIGHBOR
ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR what he thinks of the
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Shoesa that he bought of us
ASK YOUR NEIGIIBORSVi Daughter or
Sister what she thinks of the famous Friedman Shoes
or Ladies that they have been buying of us
PRICES andt
IST FINEST GOODSLOWEST PRlCESPand
looks like everybody buys of
LAND STOCK AND ClfcOl
W D McIntyre of Millersburg
sold to Roxie Davis 17 cattle aver
aging 1120 pound at 5 cts
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per pound and also sold 13 averag
ing toro pounds to Ben Woodord
Jr at same price Mr McIntyre
was in Paris Friday and received
about 4500 pounds of wool from
I farmers around Paris which cost
from 25 to 30 cents per pound
Paris Kentuckian I
I As indicating the steady growth
I in public favor which the mule is
I enjoying we note that the proprie
tor of a Missouri jack farm bas just I
I sold some fine animals at high i
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prices 3000 t 2000 < 1500
I i25o 1200ilve for 1000
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threeI
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letter from Austin Texas says
there is great shortage in mules
in that State They are in strong I
demand by farmers and ranchers
and the supply is inadequate
Winchester Democrat
Within the last few years a plant
called Japan clover has been intro I
duced from somewhere and is m w
found in numerous places in the i
county An exchange says of it j
Japan clover a grass which in re j
cent years has spread to the grea
er part of the country growing ev j
en in the poorest soil is coming I
thicker this spring than ever It
affords excellent grazing and cuts
good hay For grazing purposes
the new grass cannot be excelled
after it comes in but it is too late
for early grazing It is said to be
a splendid fertilizer and is consid j
i ered a blessing for this country to
have the new grass accidentally in
troduced
Cattle trade shows some improve
ment says the Breeders Gazette
Late last week witnessed quite an
I upturn and this week on light re
ceipts it was continued The fin
is r Jast week sawal the Monday
loss restored wiTI11E tllscrrm1na
tion against strong weight plain
cattle The top last week was but
6 butthis week developed a drove
of steers fed in Kentucky good
enough to make 6 20 For tare
next 30 to 6 j days market pros
pects look somewhat encouraging
Steers suitable for the shipping
outlet are selling at 5 400585
vhile export purchasers are largely
at 4 7505 50 Local killers ate
buying most of their cattle at 4 50
to 525 while there is a showing
of common light killing steers t
43440 Distillery cattle are now
running freely the bulk selling at
5 22a5 40 with tops at 5 50
Talking on the future of the hog
market Charles Goepper a promi
nent Chicago buyer said Last
fall I was a bear in common with
bog buyers all over the country
We were wrong simply because we
could not detect a normal demand
I do not look for materially lower
prices during the summer packing
season with every condition favor
ing the grower but my advice to
country speculators is to avoid but
ling the market Contracting hogs
for summer delivery at 6 cents is
dangerous While prices have
ruled high all winter speculators
have not had a profitable se sr n
and practically all the money has
gone to the grower I look for a
normal summer run of hogs and it I
is up o the consumer to maintain
prices A factor in sumtier nnr
keting will he the fall fai rowed pig
and after June we may lojk fur
that crop
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SCIATICA CURED AETER TWENTY I
YEAKS 01 TORTURE
For me re than twenty years Mr
J B Massey 3322 Clinton street
Minneapolis Minn was tortured
by scistica The pain and sufft r
ing which he endured during this I
time is beyond comprehension
Nothing gave him any permatent
relief until he used Chamherlaus
Pain Balm One application of that
liniment relieved the pain end made I
sleep and rest possible and less
than one bottle has effected a per
manent cure Mr Massey relates
his experience for the benefit of I
others who may be similarly afflict
ed If troubled with sciatica or
rheumatism why not try a 25 cent
bottle of Pain Balm and see for
vouJself how quickly it relieves
the pain For ale by Chas C
Davis leading druggist
When a child asks an old rash
ioned woman question the woman
is liable tosay J Curiosity killed a
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Born to the wife of Dr D E
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Proctor on the tenth a fine boy
baby Mr V G Proctor is still
in very poor health Alec Proc
tor sold to Ransom Brown Sr
a five year old mare for 9000
Nathan Cress has returned from
Indiana J R Taylor had a fine
young mare to run away Tuesday
ad kill 1 e self He had been of
t fered 135 for her a few days be
j foreEld J L Davis filled his j
regular appointment at Providence 1
Saturday and Sunday Mr and
Mrs Wm Watson of Nina Gar
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rard county visited his mother I
I Mrs Martin Owens Saturday and j
SundayAwedding is expected
in this part soonA E Proctor
was in Crab Orchard Monday on i i
humnessI
MARETBURG
MARETBURGo
The supper given at our church
was quite a success The sum col
lected being 3700 Ve thank
those of adjoining churches for lib I
eral assistance I
= Miss Grace McCall returned to I 5
Hazel Patch Sunday iastJohn I
Griffin and sister Annie also Miss
es Edith and Georgia Cress of Liv
ingston visited relatives here last
weekMiss
Miss Jewel Francisco of Brod
head visited relative here Satur
day and Sunday Miss Mollie Car
ter returned to Brodhead Sunday
Miss Louana Vhit head of Ml
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Vernon was the guest of Miss
Alice McCall last Sunday
OFFICERS ELECTED
The Great Council of Kentucky
Improved Order of Red Men at
their meeting at Fiankfort the past
week chose the following officers
for the ensuing year >
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Great Sachem D H Russell of
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Great Senior Sagamoie 1
Page of Louisville
Great Junior Sagamore Joseph
Kemper of Mt Sterling
Great Prophet L L Behout o
Padnach
PadnachGreat
Great Keeper of Wampum Her
man V Cohn of Louisville
LouiwilJeI H W
Ray of Maysville
I The next meeting of the Great
Council will he held at Lexington
POSTMASTER ROBBED
G W Fouts Postmaster at Riv
erton la nearlo lost his life and
was robbed of all comfort accord
ing to his letter which says uFor
20 years I had chronic liver com
paint 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
ney and Bladder derangements A
wonderful Tonic At all druggists
50 cents
If the hens couldtalk how they
would abuse incubators The incubators
cuba tors are better mothers than
hens
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Cures Colds Prevents Pneumonia
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WH H WOODPresident
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W G 1TICELEY
1TICELEY1st
1st V President
A philologist was talking about
words There are over 225 000 i
in the English language he said
but we only use a few thousand I
of them The extra ones are of no I
could sit
use to us Any man s
down with a dictionary and write
in good English a story that no one
in the world would understand
Here for instance can you make
head or tail out of this
And the philologist pattered of
glibly
I will againby the atabal You
are answyed Yet this is no
blushets bobance nor or am I a
cud den either Though the atabal
cudis
is dent still will I agarnby it
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THOMPSON2nd
2nd V President
I willrecover the drum You
are amazed Yet this is no young
girls boasting nor am I a fool ei
ther Though the drum is hidden
still will I recover itKansas I
City Independent
DEATHS FROM APPENDICI
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decrease in the same ratio that the
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 oft Strength and
vigor always follow their use
Guaranteed by all druggists 25C
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WALL PAPER UOOM
MOULDINGS ETC ETC
Let us make you uu estimate on
work before placing you order
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By the time a girl has worked
down town six months one of her
greatest amitions is to be able to
wear a white shirt waist three days
before sending to the wash
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