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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 21 October 1904

ItJi SIGNAL = r Ccr 211 0 nil sir N 79 when yon Llint to SiGNAZg Cute with SIGNAL Zg = 0 a Ji TIME TABLE > 4 north 1206 p m sfi killnnrth j smith 129 p tr = SouMj ra5a its lAS LANDRUM Agent > Phlne No 58 = vr41 the II eer + Too Pu1tc R Sec M 140 au mner PERSONAL Cnssie Button is again able to he Oil the streets Mrs Cleo Brown spent Sunday with h < mtfolks W T Hiukis thinking of going into Ibe ics aurani business Mullins Bros is the style of a new fini at Mullins StaHou Mi < s Majmie Tones is thinkingot lastof + V A Cox will move into hist new house within the next few days Miss Fannie Sparks came home from CampbellHagerman College SundayR I R A Welsh is at home from Eagle Cliff on account of sickness i of his family j tUHClever peopassed mute m to St Louis 2 E B Cox says hr expects to make another visit to the Worlds Fair before it t loses H H Woadof the firm of Hays undof Wildie is in Louisville buying goods inI Cahierand Mrs W L Richa idska and little daughter Sadie wi...

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. — 21 October 1904

i SOU ATS 0 BT JETO Mis OJdgirl said young Ulun derl tliis is Prof Fossill who has been arxious to meet you The professor is deeply interested in 4 prehist ric relics And now Blunderly wonders why Miss Odgul dislikes him Summer girls are seldom true I know whereof speak Last summer out of twentytwo But ore was ours a week No children said the careful parent there was never really such a man as Bluebsard Jack the Giant Killer did not really exist nor did old King Cole or Sinbad There things are merely fables Maw piped up little Johnny Yes my sou Was there ever any such man as Cleveland ClevelandMiMlult MiMlult Now What soil flia dl1Jt ih this fellow I want to kinnf all about him Spinks Well he wears reversi bje celluloid collars and McFlubHold on Thats plen < 6I to fix his reputation with me hI inn t know what is the matter with me doctor said the parson a J c 1111 lie on either side Of course not parson replied the pill dispenser Only a lawyer can do that She Tell me what is the ...

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. — 28 October 1904

I = GSA akal ished 1 1887 J 1887iii 1 tfldiI I jn4LPublished R ii 0 Published Every Friday VOLUME XVIII MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 28 1904 NUMBER S i nUOnu K A n Kid J > C laviu ton filled his the Chiit r gttar siupoisitment at iai church Sunday Miis Xinie Yailen is visiting usitivrs at R wand Ii > Glare Koberts iwIth her ier + Irs Charlev Hahn at Ciab O chnl eblydFran Frank Hnoth of IaFolettc lent eta with friends and rela tives here last we k hits lames IC RiddSc of Crab Orchard and V V Owens of Stanford here in town shopping one day last Wctk Misses Matliehnd Mjrtlc Keisj ling me with friends at Rowland for a fw divs Mesdames Nellie Rie and Liz zieSwinfnrd have returned to Lit ingstor after spending cveral days uutthlt with homefolks Mr and Mrs J F Cooper of Livir non and Messrs John and O V Jsirrftt of Indiana wi e railed here last week to see iheicj brother L L Jarrett who has heen term sick but is very much inllto + ed now Mr Hutchison was here last w ...

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. — 28 October 1904

cfi i > 1 MJ VERNON SIGNAL u = FRIDAY OCT 28 1904 19J1I 0J Published every Friday by f EDGAR S ALBRIGHT I = I SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO I jjldverlhino rates made known rmI application = i DE3IOURATIC TICKET For President JUDGE ALTON BROOKS PARKER Of New York For Vice President JIOX HENRY G DAVIS Of West Virginia For Judge Fifth Appellate District JUDGE JAMES E CANTRILL of Georgetown For Congress HON G G GILBERT of Shelby = FOR JUDGE AVeure authorized to announcew L W BETHUUUJI as a candi ate for Judge of nlckca tle Conn ty subject to the action of the Rcpubl icon party J We are authorized to announce R H SHUTTS asa candidate for County Tudge s lbj ject to the action of the republican f party Prl nary November 10th ani dji FOR JAILER 1i toanuOUncec 1U M jonxsox L is a ttitiliil < e for Jailer of IIock9tsle Coon i r s tr subject A the action of the Republican k party 1 v l r Ns ° We are ae iorizKil f > announce G W DE Kfitt 4 w as a CIIH1 ie v forJlliler of ltrtckci < tle ...

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. — 28 October 1904

S r zIt rr li1 I hlViltr J1G1rA ff l1r Vr 1 tOX Ky OCT2 190 q 1179 Cill up No 79 whet you vent to SIGNALZ9 C4ite with SIGNAL Z9 I 0 I 9 i I LOUIEVLLC a + r + HASHVILLC R Co I TIME TABLE 14 north 1206 p m zGnnrth 38 a in 3Sou1h 129 p ti i TtSutl 105 a m j II IAS LANDRUJI Agent PtI No 58 i EL 1 nae 111 Vera Ky Pst ace ae Ie ardua mall matter t t PEIISONAI Jim OiViult is learning telegra I i I > > h y j f Ufi 0 r ater was in LtcnatatI > r lndne lndneme ii i Aitntv jcihr W Brown is in jfagtnv r a frunL J ijjQaraid this week k 2j ShetifF H Ire has peen ery 5tcIuk 4 c Mi 11 m Lhaireti is a rewen f m in ile assessors race Mrs V L Rubarrs bus been vtry sick for several days George Wash Baker left for the I j Worlds Fair Wednesday J Mr James Croucher is here from j Lexington visiing old friends j Emmet Hansel has been giver i another promotion with the L N J C Hocker and J W Fowler FOWltrlI wi re bert between trains Monday Mrs Mahala Carson is visiting 1 htr daughter Mrs Dick Cummin...

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. — 28 October 1904

> = c l An Education il Display of the Depart ment of Agriculture at the Worlds Fairj Pi uO riau c Ill the United States Government I Idiildins at the Worlds Fair the de I liarimeut of agriculture occupies a i full ehih of the iimn me door space This ls in fair proportion to the im portanre of the industry on which the I real wealth of tie mSoa depends For it is from the soil from inexhaustible Mother Earth that vast tribute is drawn year by year from generation to generation generationAgriculture Agriculture not only supplies the food of the people butt is the foster mother direct or indirect of all our mnuufiiciarlng industries and com mercial enterprises In recognition of this great truth the government spends lavishly of its revenues for the main 1 box of the same fruit that had b fn j left carelessly lying around for wvi era days or contra the iViiit jtath erect at the proper stage of its ripen lIrtIing ins with the fruit rl piclted too soon or 01too in each case casois appa...

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. — 4 November 1904

S Establishedrt 1887 THEODORE ROOSEVELT O Ice there was burn in 58 An infant destined to be great For when his parents heard him roar They promptly named him Theodote Through all the world a shock was tell Upon ih birth of Roosc ltI All nature trembled to the core Tin sun hind slll for Theodore 1 When Ttddv was in swindling j clothes He frowned upin his roumysfoes I I mHe wouldnt eat just milkful hread J But always chewed therag in I 1 scar illII He liked to get with oshgr hoy And in coke the biggest fuss and ijoiH And even when 1 hart a fit I He nlwiy wrilted be IT I I Well time passed on and Teddy grew I And so did Teddys front teeth too And when he grinned and raid Delighted j His friends would always look ex cited eXj For thev were often cite perplexed In guessing what hewould do next j u They knew he wasnt very steady J As Muncie Sam has found alreaui They nicknamed Teddy Bronco Buster j Because he was so good at bluster i At running things he was a daisy i He almost ran the co...

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. — 4 November 1904

1k r > i < r s a > i < I 0 > > h MT VERNON SIGN tJ L V FnirvY NTov 4 1904 1 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT jUJisscitrrrioN ONI VUAU StJKjf I1dvertLhg rates made ktiown 011 application DlttUUKATIC TICKET For President JUDGE ALTON II POKS PARKER Of Now York For Vice President HON HENRY G DAVIS Of West Virginia For J u Jje Fifth Appellate District JUDGE JAMES E CANTRILL of Georgetown For Congress HON G G GlfrtEUT of Shelby = FOR JUDGE Weire nnilmrizvil to announce L w itKniURUM as arandidnte forlud eof Hoekcastle Comi ty subjiKt in the aitinu of the IScpulilfciti s party t We an authorized to announce SHCTTSi as a candidate for County Judge sub ject to the action of the republican party Primary November Iflth 4 FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY we arc authome l to announce SD LEWIS As candidate for County Attorney Y sttl jret to to the action of the republi can party rF FORJA1LER > We arc ntthorized to announce IJ MJOHNSON as a candidate for Jailer of IlockOtslIe Con...

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. — 4 November 1904

4 + n r oS t sAl s I NTL i I MTV RNiN SIGNAL MT VKUNONJCY Nov 4 1904 I I JHCull Cull > No hCn yrls s lint t Ccuilluunl cntr with SIGNI I 79 I 1 a Q s CoI J LooisvLtc 4 NASHVILLE R R Co TIME TABLE 24 north 1206 pIT 26 north 308 a n 23south 129 p m 25 South 105 an i T AS LANDRTJM AgentI Phone No 58 j Bateredatthe lotto 1 eroa Ky Pat 6ce IS ueI aaeI call matter I PERSONAL c < K B IEUSONXLI several days Dr Pennington his returned from 1 Louis LouisI Col John W Miller was here r from Lancaster yesterday i I J F Griffin and wife visited in l Stanford Sunday and Monday iI U G Baker spent several day in the city this week buying goods i Logan R Hughes made another i of his semimonthly trips to Ml i Vernon Sunday e Mr and Mrs J Thomas Chern t were guests of Mr and Mrs J W I Brown Sunday SundayIt from a visit to his sons William and Andy in Pulaski county j Mesdames G B Lawrence and I t Georgia Rice and little Miss Chris tine Davis are in Louisville Hon R H Tomlinson and Mr C K Patterso...

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. — 4 November 1904

= r r w c 1v I c 0 > > r AT CO ST e j iV I I f ffiJI I G J > rg rI IUgt j B tftJ = J e ei 3 IS TH E PLACE TO BUY CLOTHING AT COST 12 00 Suits new J 005 00 Suits now 3 00 We h yt about 200Suis that w 11 go that way O VET ors at cot f 6 00 Coats for 4 00 Our 81 Suits of Underwear will go at 80 cts from the 6lh until the 13th Htgnfer loC Outing will be soldat9cts from the 6th until the 13th after which time it will be sold for 10 ts IN LADIES DHSS GOODS we have the Finest line of Winter goods ever brought to town + > COME AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK KRUEGER STOCKr Mt Vernon Kentucky P SVatflt this span for Special Bargains = r To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative JSromo gamine Tablets II Seven Minion boxes sold in past 12 months This Signature Sruoiiomous Mon Dieu zees lanauazhe said thy earnest Paris 1 n who was visiting the Fair It makes ne cent mille trouble G Lon Mini Brown tells me Monsieur I Sprit has one level head I in i r qtru if ze dictionairc what it i sI t ate 1 1 ...

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. — 11 November 1904

nit aIy e Established 1887 7 = 3 a Z T lJ i z L i < r ouni lerno I I COUNTY ATTORNEY L W BETHURUM BETHURUMj ICtJ opposition for County Judge was declared the nom ince by Republican Committee His opponert P H Shutts withdrew from the rare the day after registration iii Well Old Crimp Is Here ADJOINING COUNTIES sI f The people are greatly elated over the prospects ofan electric I railway sysem connecting Har rodsburg Danville Junction City f Stanford Lancaster and Perry ville I and giving these towns direct con section with and competitive rates over both the Southern and L i N railroads It is said that the plans of Mr Snyder vho has been I i ba ran da franchise to build anelec i i tric line to Junction City contem I plates the building of such fa line mentioned above amKKarrpdsburg ivll at once take steps to have the i line built and will do her part ini the matter j At London E XB Johnson al democrat and James Sparks a re I publican had a fight over politics i rends on each side ...

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 November 1904

1 r I MT < VERNON SIGNAL I I h dI FRIDAY Nov 11 1004 a i tt i t Publisisd every Friday by j it EDGAR S ALBRIGHT jv j Iu j is SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR SlXJJF 1I of N 4dverlisin tales made known on application FOR UNIY ATTORNEY If We are authorized to announce on S D LEWIS D As a iuniUclrite for County Attorney 11 Subject to o the action of this repnhlip can party F0ItIAlIEUk u UV n rf iitliyrize < l lo announce i H M 101I SOX HB a wimliilate fur Idilcr of UockOtsilc Coun ty Mitym to the aetim uC the RepuMUsm lIIY trty1V 1V Cln mliorixotl tnnnnonupe G W WJiKrJR PS ac iilMa e fur Jailer of RocUcastle Conn tvsiIisetntheanion of the Itepiihliean parts tt etrc authorized toHiinouncc L J JAURETT a r camlMite for Jniler of Roekeastlf COlin ty MifcjrM to the action of the KeptiWican W AV am tnt > riMil to aiinnunce CFIMtUiY CAPMICAL as a camlilac for Jailer of Jlockcastln tout n1a of the Republican tyVwibjeel W the notion llltr u We are anUn > 1I1 to InUlnce C M CUMMINS As a can Jii...

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 November 1904

43ttfYta IVII v t ri I U r IUI ii L MTVERNON KY Xm 11 lOi II 79Call Call up So C when vr unt to SIGNALL atn with SIGNAL 19 n U J J1 I r I LOUISVLLC 6 NASHVILLE R n Co CJI TIME TABLE i 14 north 1206 p m j 26 north 308 a m 23 spilth 129 pn l5 South 105 a ni lAs LANDKUM Agent Phnt No 58 I Itc1 + trrcJatht t7t Cernoa R 1tl5c ii nI mall mattrr i 8ttrrI I PERSONAL I I Mrs Dick Cummins is gradually improving uallrI Mrs Court is with friend at BrcdUut 1I aJ W Persons is againO the sick list tC C C Williams went to Nicholas vile Tnesr1ax + TnesiarSt Miss Lrltie Col dwell is vises rag Mrs G M Ballard Rev F P Gate was up from L vingMt > ii tsierday Dr A G Lovell is seeing the 1 Worlds pair this week I fromI R A Welsh has recovered from a very serious attack of flux i IiT T A Stewart came home from I the Danville law school to vote j Chas C Davis was in Louisville j Wednesday buying Christmas goods Mrs Fannie Thompson and I children are with her mother Mrs W M Poynter Mesdames Matilda Houk a...

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 November 1904

t r Ai cost i > r < > 1 = 1 Gh i 1 8 im1 w = r 4e M cI 8 ci WJ im1Or1 IS THE PLACE TO BUY CLOTHING AT COST ° 12 00 Suits now S j U0e5 00 Sails now sa 00 te r > ta tfe have about 00 Suilc that w 11 go that way O V B U CO ATS at cot G 00 Coats for S 4 00 f Our SI Suits of Underwear will go at SOds fmni the Jib until the lath Regular roc Outing will be sold ntOcts from the tit until the 1 3th after which time it will be sold for KVls ilN LADIES ll 2 ESS GOODS we have the Finest line of Winter goods A ever brought to town COME AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK r F KRUEGER e SONS r llt Vernon Kentucky P KVath this sj3f i fr Special Bargains = = < I r To Cur a Cold ra One Day Take Laxative BrOmO Quinine Tablets I Seven MMon boxes sold in past 12 months This Signature L I i BEST FOR THE BOWELS 1r yon bnent II rcttllar bemltbymnvemnt of tlE bwt Is everyda oure ill or will be KeIou j IJOA 01111 be ell oreeIntleshnlPo violent phjsie or liIl poIsonfsdsrgerons 1h smnbet caslrst most perfect ...

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. — 18 November 1904

I 7 r Established 1887 hilts c z a ernnu r t 1I > Well Old Crimp Is Hire Ind Eso nre iiit T Witfi a full line of everything you need lokeep you warm a tIISuch SLadies wraps furs skirts waists all of Elie ver9latest If eve have not si = S tt got what you want we can get it V Ladies and Gents hear weTglit nderwear at prices never befora 4d EQUALED 1 y OVercDatSJSuitsJ DveraHsj Gldves Caps5iwe B5terauiiiEoaiS Mackintoslies Mufflers ajifl iosfEriiii C At ell Prices j Z i CoodsGoxit Cost A comprete line of Flanels Flanelcts Outings Gint hams 7T t it CliatnbrastCantons Silks Satins Velvets = < eijr jf 5v iiUfsf i > C TrimimngH of all kinds feuch as Hamburg s Laces Braids binding a4ldLlylirig Tnevinnfetffo S9co capJJec us We want to sell them4 aifd we can Save > < < < r tt f > you money mot 4 BLUHIED PRINT J SHOES SHOES SHOBSHr r f it T < CTaifvmade Suits and Hats a Scialfin < > > i B 11 Oi Q rk2 ii yayta CHOeKER t s may t l 1 11VINQSTON av > > t t...

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. — 18 November 1904

II iCf fiiJ iCy t > Ii J s = = = = M F VERNON SIGNAL I FRIDAY Nov 18 1904 I 1904I Published every Friday by j EDG IR S ALBRIGHT I I SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOOi 110I AdzcrIifn J ales made known on application lkalio1I FOR COUNTY ATIORNEV j We are authorized to announco S D LEWIS As a candidate for County Attorney subject to to the action of the republi can party FOR JAILER We are arllitiriznt to announce IL M JOHVSON l as a wulMan for Jailer of Uocklfcistle Coun ty subjivt to the action of the RepuJilican party We are authorized t > nnimunce G W DECKfiU as aciniliili u forIiiilcr of Eockca < tlo Coun S ty subject to the action of the Uepublirau party We are airhnrized to announce IH L JARRETT as a pamliiljt for Jailer of Roclrt ftnii t ty Milijcot to the action of the lepil if n party We lire anthTizfil to minoiniw cit RIEY CAmnCT isi ranilnlan for Jailer of Kockeasthi coun tv abject tll the notion of thu Repablican party partyIVe We arc auth rired to announce C M CUMMINS h1 ...

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. — 18 November 1904

MT VERNON SIGNAL i t 1T YJmxox Ky Nm 18 1901 e I II 79CQII cull up No 79 when you tifllto Coiinnu cute with SIGNAL I 79g I b JL G J I jthe j fr i i 1LOIHSV LLC Q NUHYILLC R R CoI I J j d TIME TABIEI ed 24 north 1206 pmCI 26 north 308 a mIn 23 south 129 p 1111 11 25 South 105 am11 TAS LAJIDRUM Agent I Phone No 58C4 Itlaurc4attbc Bateredatthentternoa ICy Pttic ae sec al ana clasa mall matter a at PERSONAL Sam Penningum has gone tot at Arkansas Wade Brown will see the fair i next week W A Cox has moved into his I new housed houseI fi been moved from Rileys to JuncIt lion Cityr Mrs M L Myers spent Mon day and Tuesday with the Dr n c BrodheadBob Bob Adams and family will leave 11 for Crab Orchard tomorrow to mak I their home Miss Willie Benton of Brod io bead spent several days with he II little friends herela Atty Robt Boyd Jr of London returned Wednesday from a week visit to the Worlds Fair v Dr J Harry Hendren formerl of Madison county but now locate at Johnetta was here Monday id Mis...

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. — 18 November 1904

A r = 1 rdt t < > c ir > 1 The Hustling ti Cash I pt5i Store I I iitJ i Ii q v < > J i ra 11 a E t ti 4 BRG BARGAINS 1 r y etHere is Where You Can iYI I Always Look for Bargains i y LeHODAIIS LIVINGSTON KY A A K > O < fcocae8fc 3 > cS Jr MA rJV DayI I Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Seven Million boxes sold in past 12 months This signature 1 BEST FOR TIE BOWELS 1t ron haven a regular healthy movement of the owls every lay youre illor will be Keep roar I bowels open mid bo welt Force in the shape o > shapeviolent i violent phyc e or pill poison la daueeroux Th i smoothest rssiest moat perfect way or kcehI llle bowels c c r and clean la to tako CANDY CATHARTIC k I t R II I EATE1il LIKE CANDY j CANDYI DoGood j F Good Ner Sicken Weaken orOriiie 10i aud LOcenteperbox Writ fnrfreesample and bnok i let on health Address 433 i I 8 Sterling Kemeij Company Chicago or New York j 1II1 KEEP YOUR JI BLOOD OlEfiN 4i i 1 A HEAVY LOAD t1o lift that load off the stomach...

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. — 25 November 1904

Established 1887 In the race for sheriff thre was no official count of the vote as both candidates agreed that upon tie face of the returns it was a tie vat thI < add owing to the irregularit in many precincts uei her candidate was willing to stand a contest so it was agreed to draw straws for who should be sheriff the unlucky candidate to be a deputy which resulted J in R L McFerrons nominal i In with G S Griffin as deputy For the other twi deputies it was greed that the tWQ running with Mc Ferron and the two with GnfTa should decide the question among themselves in the same manor which resulted in the selection ot John Robins and J T Nicely Reubin Abney and D G Clark were the un successful candidates I = > < ji7 < IW I n r x W Q o t e o to F E ° c N o ° = = h ft r < 0 0 f1 O n = Qf1 n r g 5 ti h 0 I 1 K I II Well Old Crimp Is Here LEVEL GREEN I Possum Holler wilt be no more e only in history The whites drove 1 the Indian from illS campfire I hunting ground and wigwa...

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. — 25 November 1904

r r t c 1 NAL1i k iJ ttIi RIlY r m 2 1904 i tr r Published every Friday by I i y < 0 rH 1 EDG + DS ALBRIGHT i < SB CRrJlION ONE YEAR IOc I 7 S Advertizing rates made known on application j i ONE of the most brilliant lights i of Kentucky was extinguished on of ast Saturday night when Col W C P Ereckinridge the orator statesman and editor passed into I the great beyond But few could c1ain the distinction of Cot Breck 1 inridgem as many different ways His oratory and unsurpassed ability asl debater upi n the floor of Con gress won for him a national repu tation the articles from his per cnlled frh the admiration of the gre test literary geniuses c fe coun I tn as a statesman had but few superiors and af a soldier brave and Ic fe Rrle Col Breck inridge was brrn August 28 1837 near Balti more M ry land and was a son of Dr R j RreckinrSdge He came ti Kentucky while yet a young man and entered Centre College being a member of the famous class of 1855 In this class were associa ii te...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
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