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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 1 July 1898

Srtllnr nml Taielr tlrlcvnncc. The Kricv.uiccs ofriailors ly the iUiorilir in Jiorltiof entry, whtre the ikm men belong, often turnout loin iniaffinim' or great l cviRgcralccl. Hut tliprc.irc of cruel ami foiibciciirclcvi skiper. wlm a"bir.e their crcwM. Vinlrncc i'h always oli jrctionable, andjtoinlcilly so wlien it i exerted upon an .unfortunate liver, stomach or bowels liy ilosittc with ilrastio purR.it ivc which wc.iken the intestines. Use Stomach llftlcrs. Pi-art Icnl. Hrotlicr Will Why don't you accept .TncU? lie's a , record-breaker in cycling events. Sitcr Sue Yes; but I prefer a in the safely deposit line. Bicycling World. Allen' Foot-Kane, A powder to be shaken into the shoes. At this sca&on vour feet feel mvollen, ncrvom and hot, and Ret tired easily. If ypti have smarting feet or tight shoes, try Allen s Kool-Kase. it cools the feet and make walking easy. Cures swollen and sweating feci, blisters' and calloutspols. Rclicvcseornsand bunions of all painaiidgivesreRtaii...

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. — 8 July 1898

.- .j.f, r. 4. v, 4v1 5. I With""' IPMfltfl feriiit lpilIlllJ4" JJL t VOLUME XII. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COf NTY, KY., FRIDAY, J ULY 8, 1898. NUMBER 43. BTKDASH Cervera fluents to Sneak flway. 'Three oj" His Ships Burned and One Surrenders. Adm. Corvera and Most of the Officers Taken Prisoners. The Spanish Loss Was 330 Killed, 1G0 Wounded and 1,G00 Captured. Our I.o Vi One Killed nml One Wound. Ml Not An Amcrlciii blilp Win Injured Shatter Demand the hurrenclor of Santiago. Wasiiinoton, July 5. Inspiring, glorious news thrilled every avenuo of olliclal life ami stirred every heart in the national capital Monday, making' it indeed a glorious Fourth of July. Word came from Shaftcr, from Samp, son and from Dswcy, 1011111"; of successes already achieved and those near at hand. The wildest and most indescribable cnthusiam greeted Adm. Sampson's dispatch announcing the complete annihilation of Adm. llect and the surrender of ttie admiral himself with l.r.00 Spanish prisoners. Cheer after ...

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. — 8 July 1898

i V - L f i t ft J ' o it. Mt.'V.ernon Signal 'ifnrnAY, Jri.v s, 1898 Published every Fiiday by MARET. VlCAH $I.OO Advertising rates made faiorvu on application ' ANNOUNCEMENTS. , . ' . t , We ore authorised to announce JOHN L'. THOMPSON, as .1 candidate for the reuomination for v Representative ' in Cohcjrcss subject to the action of the Democratic party. We arc authorised to announce James J3. Mccreary, a candidate foi nomination for Representative in Conjjrcss'siibje'ct to the action of the Democratic party. t 7 Democratic County onvcntion. The Democratic Committee for Eighth Congressional district, met t Laurenceburgon June 1st and ordered that mass meetings be held at the Court houses in the respective counties of the district on Saturday, July 9th, 1898, at 2 o'clock p. 111., for the purpose of selecting delegates to a district convention to be held at Danville on Tuesday, July 1 2th at 5 o'clock p. 111. to nominate a candidate for Congress. In compliance with the above, a mas...

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. — 8 July 1898

iSWt:?".: ' JT til t "V a. i Y. -sp . f I" i i "2 Si. ' V- Mt Vernon' Signal. Mt. Vernon. Ky July S, i8q8 tottrtdot the Jit. Vern,.i, Ky nt sec nuU matter mm LOUItVILLC & NASHVILLE Ft R.CO. L & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Day Mail North., ":39 m Day Mail Soutli .. 2:22 p 01 Night Ex. North 1:34a i" Night Ex. South 1:48 am J. A. Landrum, Agent. , churches. Christian Holds services 1st A 3rl Sunday at It n. m. nml nt 0:80 p. 111. Baptist 'Church Services on the Second Saturday night and Sunday. Sunday School nt 0 a in every Sunday. Prayer meeting on Tuesday nights. Itev. J 0 Car mlcal, pastor. Presbyterian Holds services on the 8unday MASONIC. Aihl.iiid Loil No. GIO meets 2rd Mon- day 10 A in. LOCAL 0 OTHERWISE. J. K. McClary was at the picnic. Adams Grove picnic was a success. W. C. Johnson was in Irom Climax yesterday. ' Dr. Doores .was up from Crab Orchard Tuesday. R. 12. Thompson and wife are out from Garrard. The telephone was quite an attraction at the picnic. Krueger and sons w...

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. — 8 July 1898

r v iH Jf' (IP s i i?-. i vi i SkJ 1 Have o Stomach Said a Jolly man or 40, of almost aldop. manic rotundity, "since takliiff Hooil' tjarsaparilhi." What lie meant was tliot this Brand diffcstivc tonic hod so com. plctcly cured nil distress and disaBrccablo dyspeptic symptoms tliat he lived, ato and slept in comfort. You may be put into this delightful condition if you will tako Hood's Sarsaparilla America's Greatest Medicine. A SllRlit MlNuntl6rn(andlnK. Mr. Guyer- T suppose you ride a wheel, iMi Antiiiuatc? . . , T , , , Mivi Aiitiqiutc cs, indeed; I completed iiiv lirs.t century ycstci day. ''Itcillv? You don't look it, I'm sure. Kiiend they wcie, but stmngers now. Chicago Evening News. Aloliitltmn of t,ave. Dcwcy begun, iKimbordiiiB at Manila nt five a. in., ami Sampson and Schley did a little job of the Name sort the other day, at three a. m. Spain is understood to intend tiling a protest against these rank violations of the eight-hour labor law. Albany Argus. 1Vii Profitable. ...

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. — 15 July 1898

V gliiil ieytt Sfaimfrv ji VOLUME XII. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COTOfTY, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1898. NUMBEP 44. THE ATTACK .BEGUN. Sampson's Fleet and Shatter's Troops Bombard the City of Santiago. The City Is Completely Invested and For the Uelengiiered Uarrlaun There It No Possibility of Kicpe Slmfter'n Forces Grcutljr Augmented. Washington, July 11. Shot and fchcll from ships and siege guns are reported to be screaming1 over tho doom oil city of Santiago. The bombardment will not ccaso until Santiago has fallen. Gen. Corbln ttticl Sunday night that the firing, once liavlng begun, it would stop only with tho capitulation of the city. The town, it is now, said at tho war department, is completely invested, and for tho beleaguered garrison there is no possibility of escape. This does not mean that tho Spanish soldiery must stand still within the walls nud bo shot down like sheep. It is not im possible that, like the bravo and rack-less Cervcra, they may be lead out to attack the Ameri...

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. — 15 July 1898

W. A Carson is painting Dr. Clark's new building. Mrs. Elizabeth Owens ate a birthday dinner with her son, J. F, Watson aud her grandson. Everett Clark Watson, on July 12th. The grandson is three-years old and the sou somewhat older. Mrs. Owens is from Beelick. AH the denominations met at the Christian church here Sunday night as requested by the president of the United States and held a prayer meeting: Rev. Pike, Bro. John Cherry and others officiating. The Interior Journal under date of July the 5th, says that the mob at Crab Orchard, was headed by men from Rockcastle. We desire t. state the facts in the case and show that notwithstanding the fact that the boy inurderdd on that unfortunate occasion, Avas a Rockcastle county boy that Rockcastle county is in no whW responsible for '.lie organizing or leading reterred to. The raging for two or fore the men referr rtncvtn n !.. . 1 1 to " uiuvea; anc in a s llo c tt J 1 . the mob had been hours be :om Rock- prt time -..v. aW waur.u mo...

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. — 15 July 1898

row- L w Misses Fannie McFerron and Ottie Brown gave thi office a pleasant Jcall on yesterday after- Vt noon t Side meat 6jc, Canvas hams All groceries at a:tual cost. s w P MM WITT. , Do you want to buy or sell a Rockcastle farm, timber land, town lots, business houses or dwellings? Address, Signal, Mt. Vernon, Ky Hay. No. i Timothy baled hay for sale. Orders filledpromptly by A, H'Baston, Crab Orchad. Write for prices. t f No. 1 baled hay for sale at soctsf by A. H, Bastin Crab Orchard. r Come in and settle your ac count.- S. W.Prewitt. This office has inquiries from, a man who wishes to buy a small farm not far from town. Pers'ons having farms or real estate for sale are invited to consult the editor of this paper. tf. 83TI am now loca cd in the Jack Adams stand on the corner where I am selling cheaper than any body in town. S. W. PREWITT. 6&o to Mrs. Cleo Brown's where you can buy hats from now until August the 1st at cost. Sailors at 25cts. Give her a call TO CURE A COLD IN...

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. — 15 July 1898

"I'm So Tired I" As tired in the inorninrr as when I go to bod! Why is it? Simply because your blood Is In such n poor, this, sluggish condition it doos not keep up your strength mid you do not get tho bcucilt or your sleep. To feci ntronjr and keep strong just try tho tonic and purifying effects of Hood's Barsaparilio. Our word for it, 't will do you Rood. Miood's Sarsaparilla I America's Greatest Medicine. Hood's Pills euro nil r.lvcr Ills. S5 cents. A nrpljr. A naval ofilccr very well and favorably known in London has for some unknown reason been advanced in his profession very lowIy, though lie has grown gray in tiic service, and, indeed, lamentably bald. one of his juniors was bold enough to question him as to his remarkable absence of hair. "How comes it that you are so very bald!" The officer replied promptly and with much vindietivencw: "Young man, you would be bald, I think, if you had had men stepping over yoiir head for years in the way I have. London Judy. Try Allen' A p...

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 July 1898

Miinl B V StfctdianlliitofolliAJ Eninna. are anions' the troops' bo sent to Porto Rico. The 2d, 4th and Otli Ohio regiments, the 1st and 3d Kentucky and the 100th Indiana are among the troops at Chickamauga which will also bo sent to Porto Rico. Washington, July lOThc Porto Rico expedition is being rushed. It was authoritatively stated Monday night that already 0,000 regular troops are upon transports at Tampa, and if they have not already sailed they will debark within the next four days. CERVERA'S FLEET. The Infunt.t Slnrhi Teresa uml Cristobal Colon May lie &aved The Other Aro Hopelessly Wrecked. Off Santiago, July 19. Capt. Cook, of the Brooklyn, is authority for the statement that the former Spanisli flagship, the Infanta Maria Teresa, has floated off tho reef on which she stranded and'that her heavy armament is practically uninjured. The captain also says this cruiser will almost surely be saved and form any addition to the United States navy, a trophy ot the glorious July...

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 July 1898

IV (, "V r h .-.. v' :$ty I'5 t v .' 1 Mt. Vernon Signal Friday, July 1898 Published every Ft iday bv jAftiES MARET. '-V. SUBSCRIPTION ONK YttAK $I.OO lavertisin'g rates made known on application V p6a congrkss Hon. G. G. GILBERT, or SHKI.1IY. ' - TitU Pathfinder is the name of W. B. Hudson's new paper jiiht started' "at" Barbourville. It is a bright and crisp sheet and under Mr. Hudson's guiding hand, we predict a successful journal. Tii'u Gentry reunion which begins at Crab Orchard Spring, Aug. 1st, will be the largest family reunion that has ever, i.ecurred in America. 4 Tifu following from Interior Journal fits our case exactly: "While very much preferring Gov. McCreaiy'because we thought him the best equipped and strongest may, we shall give the Hon G. G. Gilbert, of Shelby, the nominee of the Danville convention for congress in this district, our unqualified and cordial cup-port. He is a good man. a capable man and a sound democrat, and no one who loves his party and desires i...

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 July 1898

maw Be Sure And Go To The Grand, Picnic. At Adams .Grove Au Mt Vernon Signal: Mt. Vernon. Ky July 22, i8q8 Entered 4t (he Mt. Vcrnt..!, Ky n. mult matter J. aDamron has pianos and organs ot K!f loiiievillc & nashvilli rt.n.co. L & N. LOCA.L TIME CARD. Day Mail North 11:39 n m Day Mail South . . 2.22 p m Night Ex. North 1:34 am Night Ex. South 1:48 am J. A. Landrum, Agent. CIIURCHCS. Christian Unhid services 1st it Sri Humlay at 11 11. in. and nt G:S0 p. m. Bnntlst Church Services on the Second Baturdny iitylit and Snudny. Suuday School nt D n m every Sunday. vl'rnycr mcetiiiR on Tiiesdity nlgliU. Kcv. J 0 Car-in leal, vastor. Presbyterian Holds scrvloes on Sunday MASONIC. Ashlaiul Lodge No. 010 meets 2rd Mon dy 10 A in. ,h LOCAL 0 OTHERWISE. .,,- Pay your dues to Signal, A. C- Stapp was in from Louisville. N. M. Shumate called on us a few days since. S. A. Coy Iff escaped from the rock pile here lastFjiday. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Thompson are hero frotn Garrard. Hilly Simpson gi...

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 July 1898

: ! IJ lo I'! r" STRAINING A FI?;EKDSHR. A Story Whli'h Snniiiei the Honda Tlint DjiUciI Tivo Stvcct VuiillK Tliluits. Ther were standing nt the counter, and I couldn't help but hear. "Talk about hard hick," said the girl with the hot chocolate. "I know a who had an awful thing happen to her over in New York." 'Oh, do tell me about it," gurgled tha jirl with the ice cream soda. "Well," went on the chocolate girl, "she's not wealthy at all, you know, and she doesn't If ji a nurtc. So, one day, when she had t &o down town shopping, she took her bab, and left it at one of those 'lay nursery cieehc places. They gav nfck a cheek for it, and she went off shopping. She tlidn't ecmc back to the creche till late in the afternoon, and when she went to take out the check it was cone." "Good gracious!" said the girl with tlio. ice cream soda, looking shocked. " hat did she do?" "Well," went on the chocolate girl, "they told her she couldn't take the baby without i check, and t.he'd have 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. — 29 July 1898

I. p. i- ? t. t its s 1 f ,- t" r ;i. Zl . CITY OF SAN JUAN. lUnitctl Stiilca Will Land Troops on Three Sides of Porto Itico. The Third Kxpcclltlnu 'Will I.iiml on the North Coast (len. I.'I.envcr'n Command Will Join Mile ut Troops Kiubnrk. Ni:v York, July 25. It Is said here tli at the government intends to fit out three Porto Klein expeditions, which will land on three sides of" tho Island and form a circle around San Juan, and that within a few weeks after landing- Gen. Miles will control the entire country. The first expedition under Qen. Miles will, It is expected, land in Guanico, and will proceed to Joes. From there they will po to I'onco by rail, and from Ponce to San Juan on a road which is pood in cither tho rainy or tho dry season. The expedition commanded directly hy Gen. Miles will await the Porto HIean representatives, under command of Gen. L'Lcuvors, who will join Gen. Miles at Guanico. The next expedition "will land at Fa-Jardo, a port south of San Juan, and the thir...

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. — 29 July 1898

ip ,Mt. VMbSignal Fbiuay, July 20, I898 , ii- Published every Friday by JAMBS MARE , SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAK $I.OO .Advertising rales made known on application VOR CONGRESS GILBERT, OF SHELIIY. T - Spain iljas made fttvert'ures thrpugjh the,. French Ambassador, ajWjisljinton for peace. She wants to ascertain America's desires on the t subject. tcKinles answer is expected to-day. In the meantime Gen. Mijes has landed forces in Porto Rico and it vill be but a short time befoie 30,000 Yankees will be on that island! The terms of peace will likely be1 no money indemnity, independence of Cuba, the cession of Porto Rico and the Ladrones and a coaling station in thePhilipines. If War is continued Spain will have to pay the expense. LIVINGSTON Mr. V T. Merimee is visiting in Stanford. Lige Herrin was in Mt; femon Wednesday. Holbert McClure, of Paris, was here last week. Hon. Sam Ward was in vour town Fridaylast.Hf r W. J. Sparks and family are vis iting in Ml. Vernon, Born to the wife of T. D...

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. — 29 July 1898

t , i J- I ft J s f ' 9: .' ,. t v ii r & ' fiip1) 't H 3Be Sure And Go To The Grand :Mt Vernon Signal. klLr. Vernon. Ky., July 29, 1898 Htertlatlkllt. Vtrnw, Kjr m icc. mail mutter , 1 ,i ; I ,V LOUIIVILLC &N'fHVIlLCR.R.CO. U : - "J I . ,i,W&Nt CXKD. .7 wDay Mail-North ?. ' 11:39 a Ns 7, fDaJMkflftl'SWh ' 2.22 in tttifclU ExuNorth.... ..... -1:34 m t Night K-i. South.A.v. 1:48 am J. A. Landrum, Agent. - 1 CHURCHES. M'XJIi'rl4,Juii H0li1"VfcrTlcM lit&3rl Sunday tit It a.m. Hid atftSOp. in. ,1I'rc'ibyterfan Holds services on the 4th MASONIC. ZMlilmid Lodge No. 640 meeUi 2rd Mon- Coy 10 A in. LOCAL OTHERWISE. IP ay your dues to Signal, Fritz Kruger went to Somerset Tuesday. Hon. Sam Ward was up from 'JLivingstou. Colnson's regement will likely J:go to Camp Alger, Hugh Miller and wife went to 'Garrard Friday last. , . .Mrs. Laura Proctor was visiting Mrs. Nancy Proctor. Mts. Josh Ball at Brush Creek 'Station has small-pox. If some men were to lose their reputation they ...

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. — 29 July 1898

The Unlit Tlint Fulled. Yhwpcr now keeps 11 Broccry, but he loves lo tell how near lie came to bcinn n Rro.it actor. "I'm a natur.il clocutioniflt," lie telN, "and for th.it reason I found it pretty easy to Ret a good part in n fair theatrical organization. 1 went through nil rehearsals like n star and the manager predicted all kinds of miccgm for tne. Among mv Imc there was a patriotic address and there I e.une out particularly strong. I was delivering it on the first night and I could just feel that T ws making the cold chills i mi up and down the spines of my and covering them with goose Hch. mldenlv mv memory became a blank. As I stood mute trvinis lo gather the lines some little cuss veiled 'louder.' J ran from the stage and never went back.' Detroit 1'rce Press. Sure l.uniiKiii Mrs. Uoon Why isn't this war prosecuted more lapiilly? ... . . ..... , ..... . t .Inn. r an't Honii Wliv, joii sec, my dear, we c.u lick tin Spiniaids any faster than wc c an catch them! I'uck. I'or AVn...

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 August 1898

A Jm SHAFTER'S' DAILY REPORT. Tho General Informs tho AVur Department of of Ills Commmid lit S'liitlugo on August 0. Washington", Aug. 8. Gen. Shatter's dally report to the war department of the health of his command nt Santiago, as bullotlned by Adjt. Gon. Sunday night, follows: Santiago db Cuiia, Aug. 7. Adjutant General of tho Army, Washington: Sanitary report for August 0, total number sick, 11,081; total number fever cases, 2,038; total number new cases fever, 4H1; total number fever cases returned to duty, 477; deaths August 5, Private M. W. Desmond, Company L, 9th Massachusetts, typhoid fever; Private Dallas Tannny, Company K, 34th Michigan, marlaial ' fever. August 0, I'rlvate George P. McLaughlin, Company II, Oth Massachusetts, typhoid fever; Privato .T. A. Lewis, Company P, !!3th infantry, chronic diarrhoea; Private A. J. Grills, Company II, a4th Michigan, typhoid fever; Maj. M. J. O'Connor, 0th Massachusetts, pernicious malarial fever; Corp. Albert K. Koch, Company A, 2d ...

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 August 1898

M w Brodhead Fair. Always Successful. i8g8 . Exhibition . Takes Place August 17, 18, and 19 til - 1 mm bm mi iiw 1 n 1 1 1 n imK imti nrmm nil i iiiiinn gumatiagaCT Ml. Vernon Signal J- m may., Aug. 12, 1S9S Published- every Friday by JAAIIiS MARET. zm.re -ii-i SWLKCRIl'TION ONK YfiAK $I.0O Advertising rales made known on application VOW CONGUESS HON'. G. G. GILBERT, Ol' HIIKLnY. Hon-. Gko. G. Gimiekt, of ShelMville, Ky., the Democratic nominee for Congress in this dis trict, was mingling and mixing with the citiz2ns of our county for several days last week Although Mr. Gilbert has not formerly opened his campaign yet, he made a speech at Livingston on Thursday, addressed the Rockcastle county, .teachers on Friday and on Saturday spoke at Adams' Grove picnic and spent the evening at Broadhead. The great and favorite son of She'by pioved himself a superb mixer as well as a splendid speaker. Mr. Gilbert started out in life on the farm, where he was born. Many a day has he turned 'he t...

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 August 1898

H Mt Vernon Signal. itMT. Vkkkon, Ky. Aug. 12. 1S9S 'oiereJnt l!ic ilt. Vcrnv.f, Ky,, cc mail mutter . LOUItVILLC & NAtHVILLC n.R.Co. ,-& N. LOCA.L TIME CARD. Day Mail 7orth! n:37 a " fDay Mail South . 2.22 p m 'Night Ex. North 1:32 am '"Night Ex. South 1:48 am J. A. Landrum, Agent. churches. 'Christian Molds (.crviccs 1st it3rl Sunday at 11 n. 111. and ntC:S0). in. Presbyterian Molds scrvicei on the !Sunday 'Z .0" Roiitist Clmrcli SerVicof on the Second -Saturday night and Sunday. Bnuday School ot 0 n in ecry Sunday. "Prayer mcctiiigon nh;litH. Rev. .1 C pastor. MASONIC. Aidilaml LoiIro No. I0 incetH 2rd Mon- day 10 A 111. LOCAL 0 OTHERWISE. Pay your dues to Signal, Fish's store for groceries. For best groceries go to A. J. Fish. Mrs. Petty has been quite ill but is better. J. H. Reynolds has a new girl at his house. v Fish delivers groceries to any tart of town. The road down East Fork is Ix: ing well worked. The 2nd Kentucky wants several- more musicians. Harry Blazer was...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
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