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Mount Vernon signal. (Mt. Vernon, Ky.) 18??-current, June 22, 1906, Image 1

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If you are looking for unusual
clothing values youre looking for
us and we are looking for you
Weve had a lit of good things
to say about our il K Clothing
in the past but there M4 never
been a time when we felt so thor
oughly our complete mastery of
the situation in all lines of mer
SAY E If S
Mr Editor of course we under
stand that your paper is weekly
but if our letter gets in bimonthly
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we think v e are doing splendidly
Miss Alta Owens spent a few
days in Brodhead last week the
guest of her cousin Miss Burdette
Owens The rain was very much
needed We can almost s ethe
crops growing Miss Iola Weaver
of Clarence Ky spent a few days
with relatives here last weekWill j
Owens has been practicing singing i
in our neighborhood on Sunday I
afternoons Quite a number have
been attending I
We meant tokejep that fishing
trip to Buck creek a secret but as
one Mr Till H Owens has been
raising such a ukiCktt about what
I we said re wish to state from the
best authority that he was not at
any time nearer the creek than the
camp fire some distance away and
that he ate more and drank less
than any one in the crowd
The locusts have almost entire
ly disappeared and we caunot say
we are sorry There has been a
great deal said about the peculiari
ty of this insect and still I know
but very little about it after all
Quite a number of native Ken
tuckians living in otbor stat s
have taken advantage of Home
Coming to visit relatives around
hereThere
There is talk of having another
singing convention near here simi
mar to the one held lastearJ M
Cress anda
Sayers boys some hogs paying a
good priceW tH Owens pur
chased a cow from James Bradley
ata fair priceSam Gentry has
returned to his home in Sumner ill
after spending few days with rel
atives here He is a native ol
Rockcastle but tor thirty two years
has resided in Ill this being his first
visit home in eighteen yearsMrs
Weaver and son Smith have been
visiting relatives here Also Mrs
Sallie Gentry of Quail Dent Sun
day and Monday hereC C
Miller will put ina poke mill near
hereto cut the timber from the
ISiyers tract of land Egbert Val
lin was in this neighborhood few I
days since looking for men to work
in Sparks quarry We art sure
he found very few idle men It
is quite interesting to compare
wages and the demand for labor
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now with that of 1895 What is
I the cause Ask the republican
republicanI
republican administration Ask
the democrat and he will tell you
good crops etc Who is right
AN ALARMING SITUATION
freduently results from neglect of
clogged bowels and torpid liver
until constipation becomes chronic
This condition is unknown to those
who use Dr King s New Life Pills
the best and gentlest regulators of
stomache and bowels Guaranteed
by all druggist Price 25C
LAND STOCK AND CHOP i
Swine growers have no fear re
garding the future of the hog mar
ket says the Breeders Gazette No
jagged aperture is to be knocked in
the ho tom thereof Packers have
a place to put hogs ndall their
bear per fc rmances are mere bluffs
Even those who have discredited
the thieats to put the market on a
554and 6cent basis have been
surprised by their actions this
week Alwiys when corn is
planted the country liberates a
float of hogs accumulated while
field work isin progress copse
qnently the latter part of May and
June are periods when buyers do
business at at ar Anyb
nouncement that they intended to
toI
do so this year was made but there I
has been no occasion to put the
stuffon the market at reduced
rates The country sent the hogs
this week and killers bought them J
licked the planter clean so to
speak fAt Chicago 65000 hogs I
we 4 into the capacious maw of the
packers in two days at 754 a tenI
cent decline a purchasing perform
ance that spoke eloquently of
packn g town needs At other
markets supply was similarly
heavy and as quickly gobbled
Confidence that present prices will
be trait tained is reestablished
There may bea few dips but hogs
I are going to be worth the money r
HltOUHBXd
O C Wilmott f of Knoxville
Tenn spent last Sunday with
home folksDr W E Gravely
has returned home after spending
two month in Walterb
Miller K D brakeman spent
Sunday with homefolks here Mr I
and Mrs M B Salin of Mt Ver
non spent last Sunday here the I
guests of Mr and Mrs J W
HutchesonWoodyard J Owens
is pending this week in Louisville
seeking rest and pleasure Cattle
Frith has accepted a very lucrative
position as traveling salesman
representing a Louisville clothing I
6rmMiss Maud Forbes of LtvI
el Green is the charming guest of I
the Misses HiltonH L Tharpe I
visited his many friends and rela I
tives at Rile s first of the weekI
R G Wilmott was in Louisville
last week mingling with the It Home I
ComersVm Francisco attend i
ed Federal Court at London Mon I
day The Fair Aug i5th contin
uing 3 days Keep it on yourt
mind and dont fail to altendW
M Kingsolving of Mt Sterling I
is visiting his uncle Dr Percy
BentonMr and Mrs J W
Hutcheson and son James Edward
are visiting at Harrodsburg and
Owenton Jop Albright is at home
for a few days from Lebanon Junc
tionW H Benton and F L
Nabors were down from Livington
Sunday calling on two of best look
ing gir1s1r and Mrs LB Hil
ton of Pine H illare spending a
few day here with relativesA
large crowd will attend the M son
ic celebration at Crab Orchard to
morrow St Johns Day
AN EMBARRASSING ORDERA
mail entered well known restaur
ant in New York the other day and
beckoned to a waiter Bring me
he said two fried eggs one fried
on one side and one on the other
The waiter looked slightly puz
zled but answered cVes sir
and disappeared toward the kitch
en
Ten minutes Jater he returned
looking decidedly worried
Would you mind repeating
i that order sir he asked
I I want two fried eggs said
the diner one frifd on one side
and one on the other
The waiter again disappeared in
the direction of the kitchen Alter
a longer wait than before he re
turned his clothes dkhelved and
his face bruised and scratched
I beg your pardon sir he
said but would you mind having
boiled eggs l vehad words with
the cookHarpers Veekly
UNKNOWN FRIENDS
There are many people who have
used Chamberlains Colic Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy with splen
did results but who are unknown
because they have hesitated about
giving a testimonial of their expe j
rience for publication These peo
ple however are none the lesss 1
friends of this remedy They have
done much toward making it a
household word by their pessonal II
r recommendations friends and I
neighbors It is a good medicine I
to have in the home and medicineI
known for its cures of diarrhoea
diarrhoeaI
and all forms for bowel trouble I
For sale by Chas C Davis leading j
druggistS
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If you will make inquiry it wil
hen revelation to how many suc
cumbs to kidney or bladder trouble
in tie form or another If the pa
tient is not beyond medical aid
Foleys Kidney Cure will cure It
never disappoints Chas C Davis
leading druggist
AD01NLNG COUTNIES
David R Francis announced
Monday at the Homecoming cele
bration in Madison county his old
home that he will present Rich
mond a handsome bronze fountain
to be placed in the court house
square Many disticgui lied Kentuckians
tuckians took part in the exercises
Homecoming celebrations were
held in many counties in Kentucky
Monday and large crowds attended
them all
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When our soldiers went to Cuba
and the Phillippiues health was
the most important consideration
Willis T Morgan retired Cotnmisj
sarv Sergant U S A of Rural j
Route r Concord N H says
I was two years in Cuba and saysI
in the Philippines and being sub
ject to colds 1 took Dr Kings New
Discovery for Consumption which I
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now in New Hampshire we find I
it in the best medicine in the world
for coughs colds bronchial troubles i
les and all lung diseases Guaran
teed at all drugstores Price 5oc
and 100 Trial bottle free
Every time we hear of a Gernn
going to jail for less majes y v e
wonder what vould hanpen to Con
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VOLUME XIX MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JUNE 22 1906 NU VJ13ER 37
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chandise as we do this season
WeVe bought heavy because
we expect to sell heavy and we
expect to sell heavy simply be
cause we are going to be able to
offer the finest and most upto
date goods of every kind such as
will not be found in any other
store in Rockcastle county
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Oougrfas Shoes
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will do totie to They are
carefully made spledidly finished
and tile styles are tUp To Now
If we sell you goods this sea
son well sell you next season
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TO CORE A COLD IN ONE DAY
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