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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 23 June 1899

-- U" " I J - . illiitff fa ill , VOLUME XIII. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE. COUW, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1899. NUMBER 40. 1 INTERESTING II v.k BRADLEY MEANS BUSINESS. Tho CloTernor I. Determined to Restore reace In Clay County of Coit. Fiuskfoht, Ky., June 18. Gov. Bradley has not the power to declare martial law In tho county of Clay, where a reign of terror exists as the re- . suit of the assassination of Tom Baker last Saturday, but he intends to restore order there, regardless of cost. The governor received a letter Friday afternoon from Circuit Judgo oio ucnying uiai no nau, as re ported, adjourned court at Manchester because of tho fear of personal violence. Tho judge says that court was idjourncd because ho realized that ustico could not bo meted out with '-flairs in such chaotic condition. He lays that ho Will hold a special session in Clay within tho next few weeks. The troops will probably be sent back then. If order can not bo restored and those under indictment tried, a specia...

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. — 23 June 1899

Vj Mt. Vernon Signal Friday, June 23. 1899. Published every Friday by AMES AfARET, SUBSCRIPTION ONK YKAR $1.00 Advertising rates made known on application S tatement under Ai tides 2, Sec 2, Chapter 27, General Statutes June 13, 1899. The following is the indebtedness of Rockcastle county, Kentucky. M. J. Miller for services as pauper committee 20 00 J. C Woods mdse. for Manerva Miller 20 00 Win Ogg, burial expenses for Hat- vey King 8 84 jacic ocott viewing road 2-00 Kiah Allen viewing road 2 00 Arch McGuire viewing road 2 00 Sarah Mobley mdse an waiting on pauper 20 00 H K Mullins coffin, for Julia Jojes 4 00 Juo Potete viewing road i 00 John Houston viewing road 2 00 , Hayes & Wood burirl clothes J Henry 4 50 B C Richardson burial clothes Mrs SinglctDn 3. 60 Same burial clothes Ham Bran- namun 12 85 W,H Jones nails furnished 5 75 Same, goods furnished Catherine Prewit 6 00 Same mdse for All Croucher, 9 00 . Chas Holmau arresting parties . failing,to work road 2 po M J Miller ...

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. — 23 June 1899

f Mt. Vernon Signal 5tllE Mt. Vbkkon. Ky., June 23, 1899 4)attrt4 at the lit. Vernvi, Kjr., a mall matter Tirr. ' I louravrccc & Nashville R.R.qo l&N. LOC4.L TMEVCARD. Day Mail North.....'"... 11:05 a m Day Mail South . . 1&7 p.m flight Ex. North 1:32 a"m Night Ex. 'South 1:44 am J. A. Landrum, Agent. CHURCHES. ! Iri Christian Holds nervlccs lat & 3r 1 Sunday at 11 a. iu. and at 0:30 ). in. L i- Pretbyterlan Holds services oti the Sunday I&ltyjt Church Services on tile Second Saturday night and Sunday. Sutiduy School nt ,1?, a,,m every Sunday. Prayer meeting ou Tuesday nights. MASONIC. Ashland Lodge No. t!K) meets .'rd Moil- day 10 A m. LOCL .nml OTHERW SE. E. S,( Albright will teach the Brodhcad school. Judge Ashley Owens was here Saturday and Sunday. Tom Hansel and family have inovcdlo Brick hotel. Dr. J. H., Lawrence is in from Hydeii, Leslie county. Richard Pettus is inspector of ballast at Sparks Quarry. Jas. Pettus, clerk for Road Mas ter Smith was here Mon...

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 June 1899

irtivwuuuiKiuuv"iAiVuikMi "Better Be Wise Than Rich tf Wise people are alsa rich ivhcn they known perfect tcmedy for all annoying diseases of ihe blood, kidneys, liver and bowels. It is Hood's lohich is perfect in its regulates the entire system as to bring vigorous health. SJbcdA SaUapwili imiMSmw kWilWkw2 All ArKiimeiit. Here the voice of counsel for the defense thrilled with emotion. "Gentlemen of the jury' he cried, "you cannot heliec the prisoner to be the cool, calculating villain the liroecution -would make him out to be! Were he cool and cal culatinp Mould he have murdered his wife, as he is accused of doing? Would he not rather have spared her in order that bhe might he here at this trial to weep for him and influence jour verdict with her tears?" Only the thoughtless think lawyeisdonot assist the ends of justice. Detroit Journal. "Ills Tour TVnr l'nuorniiin. Contains ICO superb half-tone engravings, made from photographs taken of our Army iu camp, on transports and in actu...

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 June 1899

4. .V h -- -V "1 IA .'i fcr. . J gpn' - - tgM i 'HLMHfc: t, ..... ' ammvi fit &w, VOLUME XIII. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE fST&NTY, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1899. NUMBER 41. IRE DEADLOCKED. Chairman llcdwinc Refuses a Motion to Eject Policemen From the Convention. IT WAS DESIRED BY HARDIN MEN. Thoy Prevented Further Balloting: for Governor by Singing Songs, Shouting, Etc. Itedwlno lie fused to Allow an Adjourn ment Finally the Gorbel and Stone Faction, by a Itute, Take Tito llalluli and Adjourned. t.ouisvM.K, Ky., Juno 1 The democratic convention was called to order Wednesday afternoon by Chairman Johnson. Tho pcoplo placed Judge David P. Kednlno in nomination (or temporary chairman. W. II. Sweeney, of Marlon county, was nominated ly tho Hardin faction. Tho llrst ballot resulted: Itedwlno, RIO; Sweeney, 410, but a number of counties were pulsed on account of contests, and the vote vai held up pendlne a decision a to how tho cte of these counties wcro to be cast. At 0:r o'clock the d...

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 June 1899

"" ML Vernon Signal Friday, June 30. 1899. Published every Ftiday by ' AMES MARIiT. SUnSCRII'TION ONI5 VKAK i.oo Advertising rates made knoivn on application At 10:45 o'clock Tuesday night the closest and most exciting contest for a gubernatorial nomination in Kentucky was ended in the victory of the Goebel men Up to the very finish of the final ballot the result was in apparent uncertainty and the friends of Hardin were a vigorous content. Not until the 16 votes of Union County were cast for Goebel did the Hardin men surrender hope and come to the conviction that Goebel had out-managed them. It was a tremendous victory for the brilliant young Kenton County leader, and coming at the end of a struggle wholly unprecedented, it fairly set the friends of Goebel wild with delight. A OKKAT OVATION. Surh an ovation as he received after the final vote has not often been seen in any convention, and a feature of it, which was especially gratifying to his friends, was that the managers of 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. — 30 June 1899

LOCAL and OTHERWISE. Mrs. W. T. Short is visiting in Lexington. Win Baker was here from Tuttle last Saturdy. R. A. Welsh lias been seriously ill but is improving. The L & N will make very low rates on July 2 3 and 4th. 'Mrs M. C. Miller and Children visiting in Anderson county. Miss Bessift Houk visited relatives at Maretburg Sunday last. Mrs. Solotnan Riddle has been at Crab Orchard. k t Rocucastles delegates returned fdotsore andtyaSShe iiaaaaaaaaiK ituLwuvvtiki v j iu ajiviuk Mt. Vernon Signal Mt. Vernon. Ky., June 30, 1899 Cotercdatthe Mt. Verm..!, Kjr., Pot-office ai ec mall matter " I Louisville & Naxhvillc R. R. Co. L & N. LOCA.L TIME CARD. Day Mail North 11:05 a in Day Man fcouui . . 1:57 p 111 Night Ex. North 1:32 a m Night Ex. South 1:44 am J. A. Landrum, Agent. CHURCHES. Chribtlnn Ilolila ncrvices lot A 3r I Sunday it 11 a. in. nmt ntC:30i. in. Presbyterian Holdo services on the Sunday Baptist Cliurcli Services on the Second Saturday night nnd Sunday. Sunday S...

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 June 1899

r ths A i if -ft FA. "3 JRpJIS 77 4 vxf ' r. i It 1- - .! M "Durability is Better Than Show." 77te wealth of the Is not equal to good health. RtchlS Without health arc a curse, and yet ihl rich, the middle classes and the podf alike have, in Hood's Sarsaparilla, & valuable assistant in getting and maintaining perfect health. bod& SaUabwtiuq HTrT f 'ITirT'll I I ii Mm w M & A COSTLY ERROR. Tbe Merchant Thonnlit the Amcnor Wan a Ileprescntntlvc at Urnilstrcct'a. One of the lawyers says that a client of his is the hero of this story, and that it happened here within a year or two. A man from the assessor's oliice went into the store of a llcbiew merchant in the pursuit of his duties. The two had a slight acquaintance, so that the assistant assessor did not think it necessary to explain i his business. He was rather surprised when, in answer to his questions, the storekeeper proceeded to dilate on the value of his stock. ''De finest in any store of de size in de city. It iss...

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 August 1899

4 STATE ODDS at 1. S 33-3 333 353 - JOHN G. BLAIR FOR GOVERNOR. 1 ho I'opulliU BUot In Mats Convention nt I'runkfort, Ky., unit Nomlnato a '- rull tnto Tlckot. TnANKroiiT, Ky July -Tho populist hinio contention Thursday named a fullistate ticket, John O. Ulair, of Nichols county, was nominated for governor by acclamation. Tho platform ndoptcd Indorses Wharton Darker, of Philadelphia, for president, and Ignatius Donnelly, of Minnesota, for vlco president. It tho former populist nattonal pi itforms and declares In fat or of got ernment ownership of all publlo Institutions as a means of Mlnmplng out truits, emphasizing tho government ow crshlp of railroads. It condemns thoGocbcl state election laws, as an attempt to disfranchise tho otcrs of tho state, and says further: ' "Wo rcgrol to sco that Hon. Wm. J, Dryan, for whom tho populists of Kentucky In IWnfo president of tho Initcd States, by his publlo endorsement of tho ticket nominated at Loulsille, and tho platform thero adopted, ass...

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 August 1899

U- rv . r I . SS !, - - s & &&& Mt Vernon Signal i KliiAV. Aug. 4 1890. Published every Friday by AMI'S MARET. SrilSCKU'fluN ONK YKAK $1.00 tlJverthhtg rales made known on application Tim dailv Interior Journal, issued by G. C and A. G. Huffman dur"m the Hustonville fair, was a gem. The Louisville Post says but the .Post, no decent man would read or quote from it. Interior Journal. Editor Louis Landrum with the Lancaster Record has accomplished more for the benelit of his town than any other man in Garrarc' county. When he oes out after anything he never fails to bring it in. There was the electric light . changing of train schedule.8, the construction of new hotels stores opera house the southern railway survey and now waterworks. Much of the credit is due Mr. Landrum for agitating the question that brought and will bring on to completion these various enterprises. v the editor buys a peck of onions, a load of stove wood, coal, a mess of beans, turnips, apples, meat...

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 August 1899

ft. ' ' ' " !! 'If, , - IT. VKRNON. K.Y., Aug. 4. 1899 'C.tirtilhttlieWt.Vtrn.KT., at .ec natter ' ' si I " ' r 'jlOUHVILLC I- NASHVlUt R.n.CO. Ju & N. LOCA.L TIME CARD, Day Mail North.., tiio'fiam Day Mail South .. 1:57 P"" Night Ex.Jtforth. 1:32a m NigHt Ext South. 1:44 a ui J, A. Landrum, Agent. CHURCHES. Christian-Holds services 1st &3rl Sunday at lin.rn. and serWccs on the 4th Bunday ' Baptist on tho Second 0......iv M.t nd Sunday. Suudny a.u.i 0 . m ever? Sunday. Prnyer jnestiuK on Tuc.day ntjilits. MASONIC. A.slilind Lode No, 610 meets ara day 16 A. 111. LOCAL and OTHERWISE. W. R. McClure's for bargains, W. P. McFerron is here ou a visit. James Houk. Jr.", has been on sick list. Airs. Rosa Kesbitt is visiting in Virginia. 'Mrs Fraukie Gentry has been Very ill. Cash Cummins went to Stanford Wednesday. E. T. Fish is traveling for a Louisville bouse. Mrs. Sue. Mullins wctit to Stanford Mbriday, .. W. .C. Mitllins was, up from itbers Monday.?, Dortt'fril to sec the cake 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. — 4 August 1899

' i V ( Ifi'i 4 i K rV i :' lV A 1 - i r, vs i.y. r - i! 'ft. 8 t.T.5 - j Uiti' . ti 1 "Actions of the Just I Smell Sweet." i I 'T7ie fragrance of life is 'vigor andi i strength, neither of which can be found ! m A person 'Wnose Diooa is impure, uiiu i g 'whose every breath speaks of internal s fMnhfes. Hood's SarsaaarilU purifies i ! the blood and makes the wtik strong, 5 1 JHMrfiX SirihJlrhrt:PfL i iiimiiF"!. iiiaiiialiilMlaiaiIMlitillwlMlMiiiiliMii A "HOT" COLD BANQUET. Some Inside Information ly nAVnltcr from the Bowery Who Helped Serve It. One of the waiters at a popular local restaurant is a bird of passage from the Bow-cry and was a member of the small army that served the famous "Dollar Dinner" in New York last April. A good many stories have been told of that memorable, event, but none of them surpass his own in point of picturesqucness and inside detail. "It was the funniest push I vas ever in in inc life," he says, confidentially. "The kitchen was so small they hiid to co...

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 August 1899

it i ' ' " jM"..k, ,1.1,.-. - fTLt VI 'S ' '' ' " 1111 .VZiX . . : : v -WW r : VOLUME XIII. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1B9Q. NUMBER 47. . sUSS' ' jSfiKSijl l r; j v &. v h - i ; v. tr:... s v- L i r 1 t T t' .... . V !.' l' , 7i.Tj ? T "T' I. '. r j L' h vi J - F.i If &"' W ', J - .WV I K ' ' Ik'- N ' ifi FSTAfE NEWS . .-. JIM BAKER TRIAL 2$ Xha r.roiecntlon Concluded Its'1 Testimony . Itak.r Clnlni. an Alibi BARBOunviLtK, Ky., Aug. 5 In the Jim Baiter trial tho prosecution testimony by introducing Jfouryitnjjssos. .- ' A. U. Howard testified thati'Vo was -wounded at theHlme his ,sod Wllllara -was killed.- As they were riding along the road they wcro shot at by person's , in ambush. He. recognized Tom Baker and 'some one whom he thought was Jim. James Robinson, who was working at ltak'crs' houso when "the killing op currcd, testified thafioon after shots wcro fired Tom and Jim came home greatly excited. Just before the . shooting ho said Tom went down tho road...

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 August 1899

fii yt Vernon Signal Allg. 11 l8J9 Published every Etiday t AMES MARET. StlCSCKIPTION ONK YHAK $l.OO Advertising rates made known on application THE DAWN OF A NEW ERA. For the last fifty years the De mocratic party of the State has been controlled by a few in dividuals and their offspring. The offices have simply been handed down lrom generation to generation. If a Clay, a Breckinridge, a Blackburn, a Hardin, a Tate, a Carlisle, or a John Young Brown shied his castor into the the ruic for an office, no one dareu to J knock it out. No one from the. Mountains, or elsewhere, tinlesi he be aristocratically bornt need apply yet-he may possess as much brain as th;y. "We are great men; our fathers Wvire great men and we are the aristocracy of the State; these offices-are ours." And they were. Con.eiitions were called and by the. workings of the aristocratic machine, nominations went through But a i.ew era dawned' at the Louisville Democrat Convention when the aristocrats were knocked out b...

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 August 1899

i 'Iff' fe - "''T sssssssssssssssW . k " a &. t",v' I." .", '?', HSE Mt. VernotuSigtial Mt. Vernon, Ky., Aug. u, 1899 ' lottrtdetthe Mt. Vem-i, Ky., Pt-Sic mall natter 1 I I LeuiiyiLI, Naimvillc H. R. Co. I,' fe N. LOCAL VlME CARD. 'IV f.Day Mail North! 11:05 a m 4" Day Mail South -. 1:57 P m "Night Ex. North 1:32 a tn .Night Ex. South.. 1:44 am J, A. Landrum, Agent. CHURCHES. 'Ck'nitlan Molds nervices 1st & 3r 1 Suuday tils. id. and at 6:30 p. m. . FrciVyterian Holds services en the 4th Snadar Baptist Church Services n tin Hccomd Saturday night and Sunday Suuday Schtolat 9 ra every Sunday. Prayer mtfttae o Tuesday nlchts. MASONIC. Askland Lodge No. CIO meets L'ttl Mon- day 10 A jii. LOCAL and OTHERWISE. L. L. Jarrett, of Brodhead, was here Tuesday last. Mrs. W. T. Short attended the Lexington fair. Judge Morrow is recuperating at Crab Orcha rd Springs. Congressman Davison was here Monday aud Tuesday. L'ost a small pair of side cutting pliers. Send to Signal. The Gentry reuu...

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 August 1899

I'u li v- , " . 1 s't m f ,, ' Honor is Purchased bs Deeds We Do, ft ry f -1 mj haitlcxof pMce a wetf a In war. f ft not what we sty. but what Hood's SarsapariUa does, ttiat ICUS mc iiuryy, "'""" - has won many remarkablcvictorles over the arch enemy of mankind Impure blood. It Is the best medicine money can buy. Be sure to get only Hood s, because AWod&SaUa, j . pp POINT IN THE CASE, Jake Didn't .Mind (he Chnrec Asmrtt Illm, lie Wanted to Know Something;. How a greater trouble overshadows a lesser was nfitlv illustrated in one of the minor courts the other day. The accused was a big, strong, honest German, greatly excited and disposed to do more talking ihan ia normimible under such circunv 'stances. The court distinctly said that th big man was charged with disturbing the peace and asked him whether he was guilty or not guilty. "Dot vos not'ino, shudee," came the response. "Der prcw ry he hired me ter drive dot vagon. Tony Velters, he say: 'Shake, it vos Dcsscr and you voin de...

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 August 1899

.' ", vv )"U & 7- . IP ,;.., - MM A . .? w ... ' 7f ,-. l &&rrtf ClBEl ., V ' S. v- a?v X iftiiif M 4. V VOLUME XIII. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE CONMBlFRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1899. NUMBER 48. , Nw' h J STATE NEWS PICK-UPS. THE WHISKY TRUST. It nrlnj. Salt mt LouliTlll., Alleglne; That Certain DLMU.r. Did Net '1111 t Th.lr Contract. Louisville, Auff. 13. The Kentucky Distillers and Warehouse company has brought suit in the United States district court here against the proprietors of the W. B. Saffell distillery, near Lawrcnceburg; the Waterflll & Frarer distillery, near Tyrone, and the D. L. Moore, near Ilurgln. The allegations are that the plaintiff company, after securing option on these plants, was forced to defer payment because of what was considered an attempted gouge on the part of the defendants. The suits filed show that the' trust was anxious to secure the plants, and made sereral attempts after securing the option to get them at what was considered a just price. The...

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 August 1899

Iit lllllt; v . iuuii, nun ui itiVf lr Hbouisville convention, Major John ston, recognized the proceedings as JegaHnd turned over to Mr. Young jf all the' records, fixtures and ture of the Democrrtic party ot Why. if he still thinks he is the chairman, did he do this? If Johnston is chairman of anything, he is chdirmau of the ' Brownies" and we know of no kick "gainst this unenviable position. In Cincinnati a few days ago John B. Thompson, of Meicer, declared that he is no bolter, and that he will vote the Democtatic .ticket from top to bottoih With reference to the bolting element and John Young Brown, who wants to head the ticket, Mr. Thompson said: "I believe'' that John Young Brown is tli2 weakest lii'an they could put up. Granting that is everything said of him by enemies, he is a better demociat than Brown; Goebel never .vas accused of disloyalty to his party. 'I "should never have voted for Brown in the convention under 'any circumstances. Fe'" helped to throw Wat Hardin down...

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 August 1899

. 11 ,- 'W? tl'n .it t' t'rt'ir. nvv i J4 k-.' r . 1 .u. 1m " ' MPI' - -. .. r, i - ;, fV Wi wy ' "vc i' J f - i i ww mm t y iSBsnasnanmim Mt. nrr;: .Si Mt. VBKNdN.swH.s, Aug. ig. 1809 Catered at the Vt.VJiy, Ky., PoiI'vlEct i ice naall matter I J LoUltWI4.tfkMtHVII.LC R. R. Co. ;t & N.LOCVL TIME CARD. Day Mail North'.. ....... 11:05 a m Day Mail Soi,th . 1.57 p m Niglit Ex. North 1:32 a m Night Ex.' South 1:44 a in J; A.ILandrum, Agent. CHURCHES. 11, 1 1 n Christian HoluVse'rvlceii 1st & 3rl Sunday a.tlla.tn. nj at6:30p. in. HTT Presbyterian Holds services on the 4th Sunday Baptlft ,hurch Services on the Second (Saturday night , and Sunday. Suuday School, at 9 a m every Sunday. I'rayer meeting on Tuesday, nights. MASONIC. Ashland Lodge No. 040 meet 2rd Moil day 10 A in. LOCAL sand-OTHERWISE. C. C. Davis & Co- for drugs. i.' : t One fare to the Brodhead fair. Go to the Green Front Drug " ' : Store. The guessing contest closes to- Imorrow. ' Mrs, Hiram Fish is visiting he...

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 August 1899

ft T 4 i It '$?' ffmmiwiMiNiMiwiwiwiwmi'ttMmfMniMiMmiwiwtiiitiitmfq mrnih. " 0e Year's Seeding, I JV&m? Kraw' Weeding.' I ftfrateded immirities in vour blood i will sow seeds of disease of tohich you ! I may never get rid. If your blood is even J the least bit impure, do not delay, but j i take Hood's SarsaparilU at once. In t xn rim'nrt ihere. Is safetv! in delav there J is danger. Be sure to get Hood's Sar- saparilla and only Hood's, because i -V I s 3kod&Si lUHAfM4UH7 s 4IMIlltIWIMItMIllIWIIMIIMIlIMIll1t PLIGHT OF A BASHFUL MAN. lie Would HaTc Gone If lie Conld Ilnvc Summoned Up Courage to Aslc for III Hat. "I always was & bashful sort of a fellow when I was young," said Ananias Fisher, as be passed his plate for the third piece of pie. He was dining out with friends and ' wished them to understand his tempera- ment. "lint I was broken of that habit before I was 2.3. It was cither a case of get over it or stay all night, and I got over it," he said, as his plate was r...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
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