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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 11 December 1896

r K' SfXJ.XJ.XXXAAXXJS.XXAJ.XX.KAJ.XAA.tt J" DECEMBERJ896. Sun. Won. Tuo. Wed. Thur. frl. Sat, 5 8 9 10 11 112 13 14 lL6 17 18 19 22 23 20 21 24 25 26 27" 28 29 30 31 STTTVTTTTVYfTFT'fvTrTT'fk CURRENT TOPICS. Zooi.ooistb fiver that In 100 years tho lion will bo extinct. Mamtuiia, tho groitt wheat farm of Ilritish America, raises 10.7 bushels to tho acre. SgoTCii.Mi:x havo altno,st cntiro control" of tho Blonccuiting industries ct Xow Yorlc. Couch ohaps, a very objectionable plant In wheat fluids, is itself of tho wheat family. Vi:suvii's is in eruption, and a largo stream of lava is flowing down tho side of tho mountain. A HU8IC.M. bicyclo has been invented hi Knghind, which grinds out tunes ns tho wheels turn. Sixci: 1870 Victoria, Australia, has voted more than S.'iO3,O0O for tho of rabbits. Gi:oiioB Mi:iii:iitii, it Is said, presents a copy of his novels to ovcry hcrvant 1 1 his employ. Tub boo tree in tho sacred city of Amarapoorn, llurmah, is said to bo tho oldest trco in exist...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 11 December 1896

; VJVWUM 9 1 (' 1$. Vernon Signal two, Friday, Dhckmhkr i i, 1896. the Published every Ft iday by JAMES MARET. with SUBSCRIPTION ONK YKAU $I.0O Advertising rates made known on application aud ANNO UNCEJlRNTS. Vt'urt niithoriitl tornnounco WALLACE LASWELL Asa niiitlidate fcr Slii'ilft' of Koc'ccnMlu Count, subject to the action of the paity. is "WcMU'cnutlioiiftl to announce TILMAN GILPIN As a rmullilati' for Jnlicr of Rockcastle county M:lijcct to the action of the Republican party. of WILDIE. The Wonders of this M.. me: j mv n Is 'old 1)y Our Editor who Paid It a Visit. ' The gem of Roundstone Valley," Wil lie, was visited by the Signal edi or on last Saturday, in his round up for news, subscribers, advertisements and job printing. He was amply paid for for the trip. Tom Stewart, the lumber King of ihc K. C, took possession ol us and looked after our comfort. 11.11 Woods and others, of our numerous Iriends, extended courtesies and accommodations which we appreciated Looking over th...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 11 December 1896

.f ntTCcronmvso Tffl gmMjurrryy5 nwttM3iaitsr Kacstsaan n i ftf Mt. Vernon Signal j Mt. Vurkoty., Dkc. it, 1896. Fntcrcdnttlie lt Vernon, Ky. IVnt office tin mnll ninltcr. L. & N. LOCAL TIMK CARD Day Mall North . 1 1:39 am "Day Mail Soiith 2:01 pin Night Hx North.... ...... 2:12 a m Night Ex South v 1:06 a m J. II, Kknnkdv, Agent. MASONIC. AOjUikI Lhi1;o No. (J 10 huh In every SVc. Oitil Monday nt 1 p. tit. CHURCHES. Chilsiifin Ilolih services ;trl Sunday nt 11 a in. ami nt !:U0 j. m. Iter. Joseph lou, Mtr. 'ris!ilcrun IToldif nvrvlvos on tin JtIi Sunday. Uev. I. M, Serous, pastor. LOCAL 0 OTHERWISE. Xmas cards at Williams' drug Store. Fresh Ba Kens' bread at II. J. Freeman's. Come to the Signal office for Court blanks. S. L. Whitehead is in from Big Stone Gap, Va. For the best and lowest priced groceries go to Ed. IS, Cox. Books and games in large taties at Williams' drugstore. ' John Boreiug, of Nashville, is visiting his brothers and sister at this place. Fay Crudup left Satu...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 11 December 1896

jirt V l V. "V 'V rt s ffiLSSSfflp i v-Oi-Sl hj2s C23 st for your money unci sac needless expo js now. It Is truo ctonoiny to build tip with Kb HM Pt 7 SarsapariUa The Pest In fact tho Ono Truo Mood Purifier. Hood's Pills are prompt, efficient and Had No Occasion to Uso It. There wns recently a public snlc of the effects of a decensed artist, who, though he never htul nny money ami was always at the ejid of his resources, managed to nccumnlntc n considerablo amount of chiefly for use In his trade. All theso things were sold for the benefit of the needy widow. Among the items on the published wns the following eloquent one: "One money bo, decorated, quite unused." C. U. St V. Thousand Mllo 830.00. Aro good on the following railroads: Louisville, New Albany & Chicago; Michigan Central bet Toledo nnt) Detroit; Torre Ilauto & Indianapolis; l'eoria, Decatur & Evansville; Indiana, Decatur & Western; N. Y., 1 & O. Div. Eric; Dayton & Union; Findlay, Ft. Wayne &'...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 22 January 1897

Br' 'V -? V 1 .1 $?$-'" ) QSK "fit ' "J ' fm Y - IPIIIII ff rmm MtlitL' H VOLUME XL MT. VERNOK, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1897. NUMBER 20. CURRENT TOPICS. Asparagus la the oldest known plnl used for food. Miiavaukek street ear fares Are to bo mluccd to four cents. People who uso tobacco to a great flegrco rarely suffer from cholera. Minneapolis trades and labor coun ell wants postal banks established. . 'vN Enplish Stevo Brodlo jumped from tho Forth bridge, 150 feet high. The Sunday-school button is tho latest development of tho button fad. TliK city of New Orleans Is now six incJies lower than it was 40 years ago. A oiutAT many American Hags aro hiado by sweatshop labor in Now York. l'HE Indian appropriation bill has been complotcd. It appropriates 'i'liK Chicago" Dispatch says there ro 3,000,000 unemployed in tho United States. Tiikiik nro still 20,000,010 square miles of tho earth' surfaco that havo not been explored. Uov. Tujinev, of Tennessee, the extension of tho secrot ba...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 22 January 1897

I:, t f i f Mp- - Mt. Vernon Signal, Fkh . v, January 22, 1897 Published every Friday by " JAMES MARET, SUBSOdlTION ON'K YKAR $1 CO Advert. tug rates made known on application ANNO UNCEMENTS. Wcmc r.ithorizetl tonniiouucc 1 ALLACE LASWELL I nm n unicllilate'fur Sheriff ofj itoieastlc county, h iltjtct to the notion of the ait. "Vc nivautliouVi'd to nnnounvo TILMAN GILPIN As a eiimlhhitu for Jailer of Hock castle coun ty hiihji'ct t' the notion of the Republican party. We mo authorized to announce C. M. CUMMINS, As n e.imliil.itofor hherift" of Ilockcastle county xnhjcct to the notion of the Itepubllt sin party. ..AVenre .itithorized to uuuounce IV. A. B. DAVIS As 11 candidate for Suiieiiiitendcnt of School of Rockciutlo county, subject to t!iu action .of the l!eiiihlicdti primary AVc n 0 i.utlioricd to I'linouncc As n candidate 'for Assessor of I'.ockcnstlj county, subject to the action of the jicun im ;y. Senator-elect Money has written Consul General Lee asking wheth er General Le...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 22 January 1897

.: 1, fr A .&,. f' : y'ilt Vernon Signal ".' Mt.'Verko.n.'Xy., Jan, 22, 1897. n Entered at the Mt. Vernal Ky., J'ost.olKcc 01 scc K - nair matter. ' tf tf. LOCAL 'TIME. CARD. ..DaMail North ... 11:39 aiu ..' Day Mail South. ?.,....' 2:01 pin . 'Night Ex North. 2:12 am "" Night Ex South . I ,. 1:06 am J. A. Landuum, Agent. MASONIC. . Ashlaiul Lodfjo No. 0)0 mect3 every Sect ond Monday nt 1 . in. v . CHURCHES. Chriatian Holds services 3rl Sufiday nt ,11 a, 111. and nt 0:31 i. in. Itev. Joseph Hal-' lotl, pastor. t , Presbyterian I told services on the , Sundny. Hcv. L. M. SeroRga, jin'stor. LOCAL 0 OTHERWISE. ' Home and Farm, and the Signal ;;fqr;?i.25. , Enquirer and the Signal one year . for 1. 35.' ' -' Come to the Signal . office for .Court blanks. , We are printing large quantities of candidates cards. The Oil fever, has attacked the people of Louis County. Home and Faun, Louisville, and Signal one year, $1.25. Farm and Fireside, Chicago, and Signal for $1.60 a year. E. B. Co...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 22 January 1897

r rU9 'U VJ-V '.V-S r '.rsn "' ( J' to 1,V M :!' - I Cold Ii dangerous. We roqnlre beat Wenccdpilre, warm, nnurlnhlnir blood to keeD us warm and jruard against Blokncsi. Qoodbloodls given by H DUKJ P S Sarsaparilla The beat In tact the One True Dlood Purifier. Hnnrf'c Pillcnreh9 only pills to take 1IUUU & Ill with Hood's Sarsaparllln. A Prompt Anstrer. The Washington Post tells this story of Col. Wallace 8. Jones, United States consul general at Homo, Italy, now on, visit to this country: "Col. Jones is a Florldlan, and has been In the consular scrvlco In Italy for tho last ten years. He la a gentleman of wit, tact and culture, and his ability to mnko a liappy response nt tho right tinio brought him Into tho good graces of Queen Margherlta on his first at court. The queen asked him from which state ho hailed, and, on being told, said that ho had often heard Florida described as a very beautiful country. "Yes, your majesty," was the prompt reply, "we coll it at homo tho Italy of ...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 12 March 1897

v fc 8 HI "W " U , i w , , &'' $ I .ft V lt ' j .W INLEY AND HOBAKT their Seats as President and :jM Vice President. m V JleKlolfr, In IIU Inaugural Aiidreii 1"- Tur aModcrata Tariff,, and Urge bjiemljr Action I17 the Senate on the .Arbitration 'Treaty Kxtra Hetilou of Congress Called. Wasuinoton, March 1 Wm MoKlnley'snd Garrett A. Uobart wcroinaujurated president of the United Mates today at noon. TUe oatii of office was administered to Mr. McKlnlcy by Chief Justice Fuller, nfter which the new president delivered, his Inaugural address, tn part as follows: Fellow Citizens: In obedience will of the peopleicand In their presence by tho authority vested In mo by this oath, I assume tho arduous and responsible duties of president oftho United States, rolyinz upon the support of my countrymen and Invoking the cutdunco ot,Almlshty God. Our faith teaches that there Is no safer reliance- than upon tbo Godot our futhors who has so singularly favored tho American people In c cry national...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 12 March 1897

w i" w t faireCTtiMga'a'pmiwiwwiumuiuMWMiNiMiUiwiWHrMwiu !, wbcthi mircmgimmmniwumm UMii;jMOT.CTiijwiiiiii.uiiiMiiintf'M''w'iwiia.rauiiijuiiuriMw X. Vernon Signal; Friday. March i2, 1S97. Published every Friday by JAMES MARET. srnscRii'TioN onk ykar $1.00 Advertising t aid made known on application AAWf UNCEMKNTS. ! Wtrnie mitlioriretl tiiniiiioimco WALLACE LASWELL ns n cumlitlatclfor Sheriff of J Koekcnstle count), to the netion of tho uuty. Wc nro nuthoriml to nuiiouiico TILMAN GILPIN As a candidate or Juiicr of Rockcastle county kubject to vtlio action of tbe Kejmblican party. Wc are authorized to announce CM. CUMMINS, Asa candidate for bhcriff of Rockcastle county subject to the ' action of the Republican party. ' ' Wciue nutliorlrcri to mm ounce W. A. Ii. DAVIS 1 As n candidate for Superintendent of School of Rockcastle county, subject to ! ion of the Republican primary Wo are aulhomcd to unuouncc JOSHUA DOREING An a candidate for AkscsVir of liockcastlj county, subject to the ...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 12 March 1897

jjcw ImiIhmIiumw'' , Dart Mullins, of near- Withers, , died Wednesday afternoon.. -Mr. Mullins hd keen in bad .health tor ' Miss Florence Griffin, of Maret- iurg, is with Mrs. Dr. E. J. Brown 'and will enter Collegiate Institute, Vlonday'next. p"iMQ i,,.--i. nrtt,; 1. pas defeated Sunday, last with very impressive ceremonies. M. F. Pike, one of 'Pine Hill's best citizens, called v to see us 'hursdayand added his name to. :ur list. ,t J- George Johnson, of Wildie, who fas hod typhoid fever for several ' ' ' teeks, we are -glad to say is on the Hotid to rapid recovery. s James Murray, and Ed Oaks, of Bardstown Juuctiou, and George "Pindell, of Clermont, are here re- f paitig the crusher near tunnel No. 3 preparatory to starting up in the V"V - Dr. Pennington, of Orlando, was in to see us Thursday ake from $3 to $6 to & B. Cox at)(i see lvhat bargains you cau get l in suits. Dressmaking by Mrs. A. Pen- nington and daughter, near Baptist church. . if Win. M. Owens, Mt. Vernon, can f...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 12 March 1897

v "f MK ii l Tv "".. 3"llllniii of Cook Honk (ilten Anny. Tlicro m one l.irKC house in this country " that has I. ikon business on its turn and means to rule in on the rising tide. Alive to the Hi'gni of better times and to the bcBt interests ot the people, they are now circulating among families n valuable publication ltnonu ns the Charles A. Vogeler Company's Cookery Book and Book ot Comfort and Health, which contains very choice information on the subject of cooking. Receipts for the preparation of Rood, substantial and dainty dishes, prepared especially for it by a leading authority, will be found in its pages. Much care has been taken in its preparation and distribution, with the hope that it will be just the thins needed for housekeepers, and just the thing needed also for the care of the health and household. As a Cookery Book it will be invaluable to keep on hand for reference. It also contains full information in regard to the great remedies of this house, which provide aga...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 9 July 1897

Thur. Frl. Sal. E !?. He 22 23 24 jj 29 30 Iff tho ''a" sounded as in "father," tho "i" as in "time," and tho "c" ns in "we," tho accent belay on tho second syllable. l)ii. Sheldon Jackbo.v, tho Alaskan missionary who presided over tho Presbyterian assombly, is now on his way to the north to rcsuino his labors tin tho Yukon. The Daughters of tho Confederacy in Georgia intend to memorialize) tho legislaturo of that stnto in the interest of tho establishment of co-education in tho Statu university. The bishop of Month, Ireland, who has bcon chosen archbishop of Dublin, is a, broad churchman with evangelical tendencies. Ho is n total abstainer from liquor and tobacco. Isaac FiM.ciiiKit, of Vinegar Hill district, in Walton county, has a steer IM years of age that is able to do good plowing, says tho Savannah Nows. 'ihe animal was calved in 1612. John McPaki.ani), living near Crooksvillc, O.f died of sunstroke. A wngon containing an undortnkor and three others going to the houso was stru...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 9 July 1897

tr miic a itmwei gixxxogf s.tm j LAJLJU9 Mt Vernon Signal Fridav; Ji'ly 9, 1897 , Published every Friday by JAMES MARET. ' LLOYD MARE7 LOCAL EDITOR. SUBSCRIPTION ONK YEAR ?I.OO 1 Advertising rates made known on application ANNO UNCEMEN'l i. We arc authorized to announce JOHN W. BAKER As an Independent Republican candidate for Sheriff of Rockcastle county to Je voted for at November election, 1897. BRILLIANT 4 Address, In Pnrt, of Rockcastle's Orator, LI. G, William.", 1 At. .1 '.. Picnic, on Julv 3rd. Jt isa beautiful custom of the American people to meet and cele brate, with appropriate and impos ing; ceremonials, the memorab.c events in our country's history. In doing so, we come with our hearts beating and our bosoms heaving in love and adoration for noble sites qf '76; insphed by the teachings of heroic ancestors, and moved by the valor and patriotism of him whose brain gave birth and whose hand penned the Declaration of Independence It was Thomas Jefferson who established the A...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 9 July 1897

Mt. Vernon Signal Mt. Vkunon, Ky., Mi 9, 1S97 Hutcrtftl ut the Mt. Vernon -v u Folt.olTicc 01 tec mall motltr, L & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Day Mail North 11:39 n Day Mail South :: d:22 p in Night E'.' North ;:; 2:12 a rrf Night Ex. South 1:09 am J. A,- Landuum, Agent. CHURCHES. Christl.ui Holds services 1st 3rl Sunday lit 11 n. 111. cud ntC:30 i. in. lcv. l'orrer pastor. I'rcslotcr.un Holds services on the Itli Sunday lien-, tind nu the 1st Sunday ut Livingston. llniitist Church Services on tlio Second Saturday night nml Snuday. Sunday School at 'J n in every Sunday. Prayer meeting on Tuesday nights. Kcv. J C pastor. MASONIC. Afililaud Lodge No. CIO meets every Second Saturday nt 1 p. in. LOCAL 0 OTHERWISE. Saddles, all prices by S. W. Davis Hrodhead has a binning well. Rev. McDonald was here Tuesday. T. J. Nichols was in froni Monday. There is a new girl at W. B. Smith's. Squire Henry Brannaman was here Monday. Clever Gus Stewart was here bn Tuesday last. M. 1. Brinkley was in from...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 9 July 1897

Wji IkMZL. I VM f? '"I. w.y .-, s :i , f ;i ik - ".W V hi hJ If ? s. A VPfc. -war i 3 t ,V BEAUTY IS BLOOD DEEP. t'orr, Itcnlthr Blood aiemiH Ilonutlf nl Complexion Intestinal Mtcrolicn 1'olnon the UIooil When the Ilowels Arc ConHtlpatetl. Drlvo'Tliem Out by MnklnR I lie Liver Lively. j "Hcauty is skin ilccp." That is wrong. Beauty is blood deep. A person constipated, with n lazy liver, dIHous blood, dyspeptic stomach, has pirn pics and liver spots and a sole leather complexion. No one with a furred tongue, n bad breath, a jaundiced eye, enn be beautiful, no matter how perfect ore form and features. To be beautiful, to become beautiful, or rcmiin beautiful, the blood must be kept pure and free from bile, microbes, disease-germs and other impurities Cascarcts Candy Cathartic will do it for you quickly, surely, naturally. They never grip nor gripe, but make the liver lively, prevent sour stomach, kill disease-germs, tone up the bowels, purify the blood, and make all things right, as t...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 16 July 1897

w lV . : i. . V. ' ! I ,& mnt)mxvatnimrrxtmtatiiKri.mf'tatHjtfi,nfs 311 mm I VOLUME XI. MT. YERNON, KENTUCW, FllIDAY, JULY 16, 1897. NUMBER 4fi. lv 1 ......... JULY 1897. r Sun. Mon. Tub. Wed. Thur. Frl. Sat. 8 10 n 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 9 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 -' it. CURRENT TOPICS. Thehf. is a macadamized road in India 1,800 miles in length. 1'Apkii flooring is in uso in Germany. It is laid in a pasty mass, smoothed and then pressed. Footsteps oil it tiro noiseless. Tun cheeks become palo from fear because the mental emotion diminishes the action of the heart and lungs and so impedes tho circulation. English women as a rulo aro tailor than their Amorlcan sisters, and tho Yankee Indies in their turn can look down at tho gontler sex in Franco. At tho last congress of Gorman 1'rof. Wortman reported that ho hail found living bacteria in wlno which had been bottlod 25 to 30 years. A rkt of works of the Urcclc rhllosophcr, printed uu vellum, ind of tho date of 1483, bro...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 16 July 1897

r Jr.- !, Mt Vernon Signal Friday, July 16, 1897 . Published every Friday by i JAMES MARET. ) LLO YD MARE'l LOCAL EDITOR. SITHSCniPTION ONI5 Y1CAR $1.00 Advertising rates made known on application ANNO UNCFMEN1 5. We are authorized to announce JOHN W. BAKER As an Inde)eudent Republican candidate for Sheriffof Rockcastle county to l2 voted for at November election, 1897. Tukkuy has given the Powers thb defl and is waiting to sec what they are going to do about it. Tittt Cuban patriots are close to the gates of Havaila" aild their prospects for final victory and freedom grow brighter. The bijj four ilt the Boltocrat convention were Col. V. C. P, Breckinridge, Senator Lindsay, McKenzic and ex-Secretary Carlisle. The battle-ship Oregon has sailed for Hawaii. Hie New York Herald says that Uncle Sam may have a brush with Japan over the island. The prospect is flattering for the annexation by this country, The Senate has passed an amendment' to the general deficien cy bill giving $500 to A...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 16 July 1897

') sr '1 fe. , ft L. I- Hfih '-' 3 '" - isfQ it. MgiMiiinHfMWWiyiffHmyfffHBmi Mt. Vernon Signal Mt. Vkrnon. Kv., July 16, 1S97 Entered at the lit. Vernon, Kjr Pott-office a moll matter. L & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Day Mail North 11:39 n 111 Day Mail South 2:22 p m Night Ex. North ". 2:12 a m Night Ex. South 1:09 am J. A. LandiSum, Agent. CHURCHES. Clin'stfan Holds services 1st fc3H Sumliiy ntllti.ni. mid nt C:30 p. m Iter. 1'orrcr pastor. I'rcHbytcriiin IIuMh services on tlmltli Snmliiy here, imil on llio 1st Sunday nt l.lv iiRston. Hjillit Cliureh Services oir tlio Second Saturday nlfilit " timl Sntnliiy. Suudny School nt 0 n m every Suudny. Prayer meeting on Tuciulny nights, llcv. J C pastor. MASONIC. Ashland todgo No. CIO meets every Second Sat in dii y nt 1 i. m. LOCAL 0 OTHERWISE. Mrs. 1. C. King is some' better. Saddles, all priced by S. W. Davis Ml. Vernon public school wil' open July 26. G. W. fecnlry, Jr.. has n new boy at his house. J. K. McClary has been quite sick but is...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 16 July 1897

Obl I T mm .. - The New flfnvy Hlflr. The slioiiKcst Hliootiiif? gun In the world f the now J.ee lillc made ly tlio ItcpciiliiiK iimn Co., New Haven, Ct., for tlio U. fci. K.ivy. When fired there is a pressure on tlio biecch of GO.OOU poum' to tlio sniiiiio inch. To build n nun tlii would witlmlnml kiic.1i treinendotin strnl ivfts n great unilcrtnV'ing. but the Winches-, tors, with their vast mid varied experience Riid wondcrfnl plant, micceedcd in turning sut n gun entirely satisfactory in every way to the Navy. Like nil Winchester rules tliev shoot to pcifection, work smqothly and easily nnil nro 'itiong serviceable arms. I ho Winchester -fend n largo illustrated catalogue free upon request. Her IlcKret. Ho was worth a good deal in money, but not in anything else. "lam sorry to have to leave you so much," he said, as ho put on his overcoat and start cd for the club. "I am sorry you can't leave mo more and do it sooner, sue returned. And somehow that bothered him all the evening. I...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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