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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 23 December 1904

r a r f ft = Mf VERNON f t SIGNAL I Mr VESXOS KYM DEC 23 1D04 r l9 l9Cull lip No 7C when ynu vnnl tu SIGNALZ cute with SIGNALI 79 II 1i O j I 1jl Ij I hiLoutsvut J I JI TIME TABLE j 14 north i 1206 P m if north 257 a II 3 south 129 p n VS South 110 a ml amI IAS LANDRUM Agent I Phone No 58 I j f Natercdthe Alt Vera Qr Pooteme ne ae e j eau Iaa mail malter I j I PERSONAL i JJi R B MuJlips is in Knoxville j J H Harp is ju Corbin spending j Xmas i XmasOscir Bryant is now operator atII Saxton I SaxtonConn i Conn Brown is at home for the Holidays theI E B Cox is again abe to be on I the street Sam Peutiingion has returned from the West Miss Mattie Penningion iat home for tl e Holidays Mrs Henry Catr n continue in a ver serious condition Grover Price is spending Xm s with his patents at Let el XmnsI Emmett Hansel is taking ala > off this week on ccout flf sickness J Eouk will le v ottorrow night for Indiana to visit r < lalives Attv YB ccner of Winches ter attended c < urt here th...

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. — 23 December 1904

IIIIIII v v A r L 1 U t i 7r6 W V T t w z v T JVr Jf rj I J1 The Hustling Cash o Q g I I I = i t I I > A STORE f i < t J rII l I r J M fi i The Only Place To Buy You h r 4 rl r t1 o + + j k tr j j 8 r t i E r = i i r r J J i o n J ltl E VJ SEE OUR LINNE 1 r OF f terM M terl ro 1 4 Xmas Goods ffl i 1 L p t F 4j BARGAINS BARGAIN V NHere is where you can always i rLook for BARGAINS a < fa 4r L tfl oI fl fl LIVINGSTON KY U 7 < + 1 p G O 3 9 d < t < tcv e r r ToCure a Cold in One DY Tat e laxative bromo Quinine Tablets IIITat Seven Minim boxes sold in past 12 months This Signature FIGHT WILL BE BITTER Those who will persist in closing ton their cars against the continual I recommendation of Dr Kings j New Discovery for Consuinptior will have a long and hitter fight i with their troubles if not ended j endedI earlier by fatal termination Rd adits what T R Beall of Beall Miss I iiil r bas to say Last fall my wife bed even symptom of consumption She took Dr Kings New Disco...

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. — 30 December 1904

rE E z IALI = = 1 Established 1887 c r t I r blouuirnnu b I t111 I t j BKODHEAD fnuon I i Robert Wilmotl is on the sick list 61 Miss Etta Frith visited in Gum I 1 Sulphur first of the week j L C Smith was in Mt Vernon I on business first of the week t Mr Richard Pike was with friend I and relative here this weekI Mr C H Frith has gone to i Chicago to accept a position I j Mr and Mrs Dallas spent Xmas I in Jeffcrsonille with homefolks I Ii Miss Katie Aldridgeof Danville I spent Xmas with the Danville1i I I j tonMrs I Mrs Mahaffey of this place is I spending theholidays in Crab Orch ard ardMiss Miss Maggie Roberts of Junc t Wo relathesIhere I 1 hereMiss I Miss Jewell Francisco visited friends in Preachersville first of the I I week weekV I juW I was here Sunday and Monday with i d relatives i a I Mr Hutchison of Salvisa was ines I town on business Tuesday aud WednesdayM I Rev Livingston filled his regular i appointment theChristian church t Sunday lastt Mrs Harris and daughter Mrs I 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. — 30 December 1904

i MT VERNON SIGNAL FKIDJLY DEC 30 1904 Published every Friday by IEDGIll ALBRIGHTI I tCJlttIOK ONE YEAR j IMO 100I 4dvrrtisiu rates made known mi a ical J11I TIH Fiscal Court a < 1 protection I to the Sheriff must meet either in I I December or January of each year to rte ice the delinquent tax list I and release him from all polls and I i oilier tnxes which he can not col let kaie3 of those who go upon the Delinquent list are able bodied citizens yet for the want of energy and lack of pride they are perfect ly willing to let the court excuse them Gite nS s taw in Kentucky which prohibits any delinquent tax payer from voting and then we I will bi relieved of any such an in clmOrQJlce t cimhr8pceI I I the countries If Europe dur ing the year 1899 969 children teach o I each 100000 persons were enter tain d in the municipal holiday col onies end given the benefit of healthful out door hie during pe r ods ranging from three days to a many months This is a charity that appeals to eve...

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. — 30 December 1904

a MT VERNON SIGNAL I 1T Vln o1 Ky DEC no 100 4 = i II Il9 l9Cull up Mo 79 when you SIGNALl91 cote with SIGNAL 1 l91 i ri 6t t I LOUICVLIC d NkSHVULC R R cj ° TIME TABLE r 24 north 1206 p m 26 north 257 a 11 23 5 < > uth 129 p Iti 25 South rJO n in IAS LANDKUM Agent I J Phon > Xo 58 I l 6 tetedellbe lit tfrr Gr Potlliee w e t oaaclau Nett AAttef 1 i PERSONALn PERSONALs I Jake Gentry is terv sick I c R A VcMi is inTeisnessie this 1eek 1 Clay Gentry has a position on J the C VI Miss Uecn Baker is visiting in 1 StanfordI V H Jones and son were here yesterday j yesterdayMiss Miss MarandaMcKenzie is visit i ing relatives here I Mr W A Parks was here from Tarksville this week j Joe Brown will attend K U Col lege Lexington again this winter 1 O T4Mason and family of Icej j Cliff spent Xmas with relative hereM i Mr and Mrs Elmer Houk speni Saturday and Sunday with relative I 1 hereMrs II C Mrs E S Albright spent FriC I day until Monday with relatives at i London atII ccJ Jop is doin...

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. — 30 December 1904

e n1S 3t r T u o t I s I iJ r < t Dq IJ I 1 E7 m e Et knr Q f1J J = lfIJ B is ISTHE PLACE TO BUY CLOTHING AT COST ° t 12 00 Suits now j 00 5 OO Smiling now il TO r 7 ti Ve have about 300 Suits that wll go that way OVERCOATS Ocf SO 00 UIb oalfs for 4 00 J Ourl Suits of tJwlonvear will go at 5Otinn the Oth untitlieUHhW Regular JOG Outing will be scklatOcts from the Oth until the 13th after t which time it will be sold for lOHs IN LADIES DR ESS GOODS we have the Finest line of Winter goods ever brought to town S COME AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK < F a KRUEGER SONS t It Vernon Kentucky P S Watfih this spnc iVr Special Bargains = F To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets SevcsMiBeakaces soU in past 12 months This signatureI I DoDt 3 DESAlI I lose rlO eitr r Ii cuct Uai no i rtI rjraJ tir I su esc 1 ijojit H mount 10 much i 1Mr nor for e5 to < diiij r ily ono ct peed 1 Jjsivt no cam At4 to i = r eprtKtMc J iruss crft9I on1 eia 5 A cce Jtr iHi tr lorso They used to ...

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. — 6 January 1905

i S < ff r t Established 1887 I y Y a C I fh 4JenJut < r t ant em il 1 Worth Of CUR GOODS Greaf Clearance Safe IT is against < our policy to carry merchandise I over from ones season to another We have made I prices which will make + akelthe the goods sell rapidly We have paid no atten tion to cost or actual val ue We have not waited I as other merchants ore until the season is over s but have lowered prices I when there is plenty of time to sell I 1 Vo have made prices that will Lei big advcrlisemmt for us andwill please our customers if they grasp this oppor IN itv Frsf in 51 r J oJ IV L RICHABDS Cashier of Tire Bank of Mt Vernon which institution open ed its doors for business Oct 1900 and under his splendid and able management has made a most enviable showing For many months prim to the open ing of the bank Mr liichards made several r attempts to inter est the people in a bank at this place but only a few wore eager to join the enterprise the ma inv this county would no...

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. — 6 January 1905

l MTVEHNON SIGNAL = I IltirtY JAN O 1905 1 dtial Ry rt 1Z PiallsliiilvelfjFUsy 6y 0f rEOGdR S ALDRIGfT SUPSCRTT ION ONE YnAR Ioc ArllrUsi1lX rates made known 01 j J ratrorl t FOrlTJ S AM POhTI1ANS Gov Bckh ten has issued a cal for the Gelcr1J Assembly of Ken I tlcky to cowue in extraordinary wssuu on January J for the role purpose lf cow itleringa Chan p in the ifs for the new State Capita 1 bitidin C Gen H Williams loaner Chief Justice of Oregon Attorney Gen eral in Presdeot Grmi tcl1d Cab and Mayor of Poi tiand lwa ed on tl 4 feutll rfA 5Viivi i rV iS l e that OD Jangary 0 i hey will rave Alva Adams sworn in as Governor ernor Th XlvWS IT KMS I f r j Jubt Alexander Ifcwie has left Csicago for Mexico where he hpes to fund ar ont Zion City Fire at 1fd Ito pj KY shortly after midnight destroyed the plant of the Record newspaper and a big tenement house entailing a loss of OIlten Prof Albert P Matthews of the I7niversiv Qfchj goddatesj slut li ejs tlie result nf tl phy lea al1Et clfemi...

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. — 6 January 1905

Ht 5i UtY HYHILHBLE 4 + 61 < fi f < F > a R ibJ 4 ii fi aM T fi iit MT NON SIGNA V I L J t1r VmO Ky JAN C WOS Uii iiz 9 C ail up No 70 when 9CII won to CoiminiiJ ciUo with SIGNAL 79 C 0 1 iI I LOUIGVLLC 4 N5HVILLC R n CjI TIME TABLE j 14 north 1206 p m j 26 north 25731 t i 3 south 129 pn i i South 1101 m i lAS LANDRUM Agent jilin > Nn 5f I i rttedr It e t rr Kr Pttlice eo j 4ftt Mla m11 matter matterI PERSONAL i i Judge R G Williams was he ejj Sunday iRe SundayRea Rev O M Vallen will leave in I a few days fur Texas ij Judge S D Lewis was iu Louis j vile the first of the week j Supt G M Ballard was in Berea from Monday until yesterday ja Miss Dell Jmles of Middlesboro j i is visiting her sister Mrs L W I Bethurum jj Mrs Jane Bloomer is spending a few days with her sister Mrs IaI tilda Houk 1 j R N and George Owens of a len Ind spent several days wtl Id relatives here Cossie Sutton spent Saturday I and Sunday with relatives at it PrcachersvilleI W C Mullins I H Hagan and J...

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. — 6 January 1905

s as ti 1111111111 Y UJ t a s > > tr U f IU ff I1t ii 1fJIN I O > IS THE PLACE TO BUY CLOTHING AT COST I 12 00 Suits now j CO 500 Suits no > va 00 t V J V ijve about 300 StiiU that wil go that way OVERCTOATS cut f6 00 oats 400 y Our 1 Suits of Underwear will go at 80 ets from the3th until the 13th 4t tl sgLtlaivioc Outing will be sold at Dots from ti toth until the ilSClj after which time it will besoM for lOtts l 1JADIES DRESS GOODS we have the Finost line of Winter goods i j ever brought to town r COME AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK F KRUEGER SONS r Mt Vernon Kentucky P K Vatch tin = jiw fir Sneeial Bargains I Fiu Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Seven VSBkm boxes sold In past 1 2 months This signature Tiuei The melnrfdioly das have come The saddest of the lot T e ka es are very sureto fall fall But the price of coal is not BEST FOR THE BOWELS If yon LtTrrt rrc Ur healthy movement of the bowels every day yoaro ill or wiU he Keel you bowel oven uid be w...

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. — 13 January 1905

Established 1887 III IMensw w OOOo Youths II J fr 1 > r s t r Y i < f I t yr i j H qUIfllerIJ lf > i ig r Worth Of OUR GODS IBIG BARGAINS IN 8e0TS and HOES 1 I WHBF Shoe Depart rricnt Mens boots that wore formerly sold at 200 to 250 1vyi11 be sacrificed at J > 1 ly + 0 n Jto P 9 U v raw iSSSt r dozen Come now 5 j 5 fe r We have every variety of Slides for Ladies Children Men and Boys too many kinds to de scribe IH reaU will be sold at i prices lower than ever before to toI get ready for the largest and I most complete stock of Spring goods ever brought toRockcastlc county WE FORGOT TO SPEAK ABOUT i i OVERCOATS I We have n few Mens heavy f weight Overcoats black beavers and all wool cassitneres Our former price on this lot ran from 5 00 to 1000 Our 10 Overcoats OvercoatsSlashed to 750 Our 750 Coats Slashed to 5 00 Oar 500 Coats Slashed to 075 I Ladies Jackets I II Canes I IAT A SACRIFICE I Just a few left = were 3 to 5 We let them go in this sale at 225 MENS and BOYS Heav...

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. — 13 January 1905

MT VERNON SIGNAL 1C > FRITAY JAST 13 1905 V Published every Friday by EDGARS ALBRIGHT S BSCltllTION ONE YBAR flOO Advertising rates made known or I aftlication mI THE pitiful sum of 8000 was I the verdict returned by the jury in the Marcuni Hargis damage suit at I Winchester By their verdict the I jury sass that James Hargis and Ed CalUhan are responsible for the death ofJ B Marcum who was assjssinted in broad open day light while standing In the front dflor of the court house If guilty at all and the jury by their verdict says they are that jury can not claim much credit for what it did J 100000 the amount asked for in stead of the ineasley sum of 8000 would have been a much more creditable and favorably received verdict Between the assassin and conspirator there is no difference and the gallows is the just reward for both bothThe The Nebraska Missouri bpmula I ry line question is iti lthe com 1of the query as to who t struck Billy Patterson The United States Supreme Court decid...

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. — 13 January 1905

c j > 1 Y 7 9 THEPL4TCOST JF J < r jlYJ J 1 g j rACET08U IS THE ACET08U CLOTHING AT COST 413 00 Suits now g J 005 00 Suits now 3 00 F f We have about 300 Suits that wit go that way vrIR O TS at cot 6 00 oats for S4 00 Our SI Suits of Underwear will go at 80 cts from the 6th until the 13th Regular loc Outing will besoldat9cts from the Oth until the 13th after which time it will be sold for lOcts IN LADIES DRESS GOODS we have the Finest line of Winter goods J ever brought to town r COME AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK F KRUEGER SONS r I Mt Vernon KentucliyI P SVateh this space for Special Bargains r To Cure a Cold in One Day r r Tae Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets kv lhoso s soW input 12 months This Signature s CONTRACTED CIIKONIC DIARH HOEA WlIIIK Ir PAIL IVIINES While with the U S Army in the Philippines I contracted chron ic diarrhoea I suffered severely from this terrible disease for over three years and tried the prescrip tions of numerous physicians but found nothing that did me any ...

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. — 13 January 1905

1 r + it 9ic L rENO1 t i J IGNAL lVgmOx Ky rA N 131905 79Cnll cull up No 70 when You wunt to Commui cute with SIGNAL 79 0 I I II UI J rLOulsvLLe LOUISVUC NASHVILLe R R Co I I TIME TABLE 24 north 1206 pm 26 north 257 a in j 23 south 129 pnI 25 South ito a m j TAS LANDRUM Agent i Phone Xo 58 j Bterelt tile Mt Verna Ky Pstllice wi aeo d eleu ndl matter PERSONAL Burdette McKenzie is threatened with fever G C Sowder is here from Indi ana visiting relatives Elbert Hansel after a lay o ffthe of five months has returned to workt t workE E C Mcntfee has moved in G S Griffins bouse recently vacated byt t CiOscai S J Conn is here visiting his mother Mrs Conn and sister Mrsth 1 J W Brown Lytle Adams has returned to St 1 Louis to resume his studies in the dental school Rev and Mrs Baxter arrived 1 Saturday and have taken rooms at 4 Willis Adams I 1WiJ1is Martha Lewis has been very 1 sick for several days but some bet ter at this time I R L Smith line of the countys lst and most substantial citiz...

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. — 20 January 1905

Established 1887 Mews Youth 1 1 SUITS OVERCO r at Sacrifice Prices tIt Lot A An assorted Tot containing I lifavy part wool part cQttonl Mtms Suits > uT by most mer II < hauls at from 85 to 7Clear I E unco 1trices Lot n liens all wool eassimero I very dark ground with a neat oivp check heavy weight madeW by Monarch Tailoring Co of Cincinnati 0 Real wholesale value 8 > r 0 Clearance price c5 00 Lot J A special lot of Mens beautiful Corduroy Suits sub stantially made round corner single breasted coat Comequiclr I we have only a few left and will never be able to duplicate them j at this price 575 i i Lot 4 Extra fine Wavy blue flan U f nel genuine Seater bearing the i label which guarantees it to be I the best i Staple as a gold dollar 575 j 5751 Lot 3 75 Suits extra line cassia niers and worsted w i cassiaII weights made in neat and gen I teel patterns can gin you most I any size Our former prices on ne on these were 59 to 10 50 We I shall sacrifice them iu our ClearI since S...

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. — 20 January 1905

> c I 7 J J 4 V > ijMT VERNON SIGNAL FRIPAY JAlO 1905 Published very Friday by yI EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUn CPTMION ONE YBAK Siool ddvfrfising rates made known on application icatiol1I President Roosevelt began j a > Thins Joy with a breakfast at eight I ± Eto which he had invited some f newspaper men During the morn jug he met and conferred with a delegation on the railroad bill be Vides receiving the visits of the T Senators and Representatives who y called He entertained a distin Ito ie ictnrned to his office where he re mained until five when he took aJ tong hoiscbaek ride whim Sent 01 I hdinner dinner quests including lVhiwl aw j Keid ltd in the evening he shook hookI hand with between fifteen bun 3 red and Seventeen hundred peison s vthe Diplomatic reception After the ifcrpiion he took supper with r the receiving party And Parson Wagner said President Roosevelt leads the simple life ti if RKSingNTS of Veenersbnrg Iw s 1 diana found the dead bodies of t joifn Brant a newspa...

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. — 20 January 1905

r = = i M t ERNO SIGNAL 20190i 5 IIZ9 ZQca11 up No 79 when you went to Commun cute with SIGNAL 79 r 0j i W I LOUIBVUE 6 NAVHVILIC R R Co I t TIME TABLEm i 4 north 1206 p m ft north 257 a an 13 south 129 p IP 15 South 110 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 i ttet4a ek lie yrr ay atsfe1 ea e etnII cur I PERSONAL a Luther Mullins has Jolle to s braVeing braVeingJames James ORear is here from Mt Sterling Mrs Amanda Proctor is quite sick this week V r U rv min h < htt very sick tor rvtral da s Collectors W T Short and Burn sides were htre Vedntdt Chief Detective Donahue of the L N was here yesterday Mrs V R Beck is tuning a boarding house in the Joplin hotel The physicians report but little p sickness throughout the littleI present Miss Delia Owens of Barbours yule is the guest of Miss Bessi Mullins MullinsMiss Miss Vira DeBord of LevI el Green left Monday to attend State I College at Lexington I Lee Coffey who has been very sick for several days we are glad to report much better Harry...

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. — 20 January 1905

J A < a I AT CUS1 j I i I t t t U I 1 l9d e IiI tn 1I f t 1i lIJ I ISTHE PLACE TO BUY CLOTHING AT COSTII 12 00 Suits now j 00 5 00 Suits now 3 00 VVe have about 300 Suits that will go that way O V HCOArS at cost 0 ooI t oats for 4 00 I Our iI Suits of Underwear will go at 80 ets from the 6th until the 13th Regular lOCo Outing will be sold fit getE from the 6th until the lath after t which time it will be sold for lOets p N IvA DIES DRESS GOODS we have the Finest line of Winter goods ever brought to town < < i COME AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK i I F KRUEGER S NS I Mt Vernon Kentucky I P IS = Watch thi space t1 Snecial Bargains t I tI 10 F To Cure a Cold in One Day 1 Tda Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Sesca 1it3 Ioa boxes sold in past 12 months This Signature Passing through the country r s tramp stopped at a farm liou e n aiet It is needless to ask th question madam You know what 1 want It wantYesreplied Yesreplied the lady know what won want badly lnV Ive only got one bar of soap ...

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. — 27 January 1905

Established 1887 Zs rs e + t 1310uuu1ki o i t 4i l 1f 1 Great Clearance Safe IT is against our policy to carry merchandise over from one season to another We have made prices which will make I the goods sell rapidly I We have paid no atten tion tp cost or actual val ue We have not waited as otter merchants do until the season is over but hftve lowered prices when there is plenty of time to sell t We Imvejniade prices that will be a big advertisement for us and will please our customers if they grasp this oppor tunity First come first served 1 1 t tJ I J fi r C CY Y I w I I go array from the mark Now I 1 think the words all pf them here 1 in contained are properly spelled tho Ive not consulted the Blue I Rick Speaking of good spelling and good spellers we have hut few I good spellers in this day and tim I and the fault is iii our present moth of teaching We need more good old fashioned Friday p m spelling matches in our school You can judge of a manri scholar ship more readily by hip...

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. — 27 January 1905

F Oot MT VchNON SIGNAL I I FRIPY JAN 27 1905 I I Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUB CJH1T N ONE BAR iIex Advertiuni rates made known m application The cfiiirt of appeals in an pin ion by j H > e Settle affirmed llu Lincoln circuit court in the case of Hiram Denham vs the Common wealth Deiiham was sentenced Jor three years imprisonment on a charge of assaulting and robbing C H VanArsdale the indictment being for Striking and wounding with intent to kill The appeal was taken alleging that It was in I competent to introduce evidence showing the result of trailing b > bloodhounds The couit held tlr1 the evidence was thoroughly good as it was thoroughly corroherateo by other testimony This sets a pre edence for dog testimony which is in many cases m re relia ble than what is heard from the xvtuess stand One ef the pleasantest episodes of the weak was the meeting of Mr JWilliam Jennings Bryan and Vr Theodore Roosevelt in the White House as it is another indication of cor...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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