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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 23 July 1897

j& iliiiAvi -1- .... i- K-W.-y -" . ". mnrT if -- " 7 J&- vy v. cr: . . 4h y ' !. f' " Slf T y - " . MiiiP m rmtrc mwmm m -.: ;'V $? ' : v r.'.f : k VOLUME XI. ' MT: VERNON, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, J tj LY .&T1897. NUMJBER 4(5. - ITMIMfiM n ii llui nnnnr . . wmaT .'i--.F i r a3it. ' iVftsJSIPiLdw I ?& v "VXV I . c fi . rif. '.; i y. ; . V-' ; m , CURRENT TOPICS. i A tet flea hat been known to Uto aix years. Gkkmany mnUci 2,000,000 false eyes annually. In South America there Is a race of eats which does not know how to mew. I A HUMiu.K men has been known to distance a locomotive going 20 miles an hour. Nine Ico dealers of Nashville have been indicted for combining to put up tho prlco of ico. English coin was first made a legal tender In 1210. lie fore this rents had been paid in produce. ( I'iftt years ago there wero in India only , Ul ordained Christian pastors. 'Thoro are now about 1,000. Fiimalk spiders are much larger and more ferocious than the males, and often dovour ...

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 July 1897

T- .. 'i t . ' At aWM Rtf w B 5 " Ml. Vernon Signal Friday, July 23, 1897 . Published every Friday by JAMES MARET, , LLOYD MARE7 LOCAL EDITOR. SUBSCRIPTION ONH YI5AR $1.00 Advertising rates made known on application ANNO UNCEMEN1 5. We arc authorized to announce JOHN W.' BAtfKR As nn Independent Republican candidate for Sheriff of Rockcastle county to be voted for nt November election, 1897. The coal miner's strike is ) roe- tically lost in West Virginia. Dick Tate's heirs have sued the insurance" companies for $12,000 on the life of the ex-State Treasurer. Armed men destroyed the Sal rnon fish trapi in the Columbia r,iver; State of Washington, valued at $100,000. , Harris, who killed Tho. Mer- ritt at Lexington was acquitted by the examining Judge who applied the unwritten law to the case. , okiiin people are making an effort t'o form n new county from Whitley, Laurel and Knox and make their town a comity seat. Thu liabilities of Private Banker Schintz, who failed at Chicago, appro...

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 July 1897

r I JEf ML Mond v .ffflpjHi Mt, Vertion Signal MT. VKRKOV. Ky, Juiy 2&, 1897 - Ruttrtdnttlic II ti Virata, Ifjr., at mall matter. L & N. LOCA-Iv TIME CARD. Day Mrfil North m... 11139 a m Day Mail SoiUh .....n..i 2:22 p m Nieht Ex. North 2:12 a in Nigrrt E-'a.' South 1:09 am Ji A. Landuum, Agent. churches. Cliristidil Holds services 1st Sb 3rl Sunday, otlla. iik. and ntC.30 p. iu. ltcv. Forrcr jwtor. l'rcsb)lcriim Holds erUcn on iho Suiidny here, nnd on tlio 1st Sunday at Liv liaptlst Church Services on tha Second Salurdny night and Suuduy. Suudny SJioolnt 1) . m cmy Sunday. Prayer meeting on Tuesday nik'lit. Rev. J C Car nilcnl. pastor. MASOHIC. Anlilaiid Lodg No. G40 meets cry Second Saturday ut 1 . ni. LOCAL & OTHERWISE. Saddles, all prices by S. W. Davis ftoiillon fair August 25. 26 nnd 27'. J. J. Lawrehce was in from Level Green. M. C. Miller has another boy nt his house. T. J . Nickels, of Ccdarville, was here last week . George Griffin was at Brodhcad on Monday las...

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 July 1897

WWWWr '"T"' . I ' I . t :"1 if Wl ftuecii & Crescent. During the Tennessee Centennial and International Imposition at Nashville, Tenn,. u low rate special tariff Iioh been est.lislieu for the bale of tiiKcts fiom Cinriiipati and other terminal points on the Queen & Route. Tickets arc on sale daily until further no-lice to Chnttnnoima nt $0,75 one way or $7.20 round trip from Cincinnati, the louml trip tickets being good seven days to return: other tickets, with longer lettttn limit, at $!).W) and nt $13 CO for the round trip. These rates enable the public to visit Xnsliville nnd other Southern points nt rates never befoto offered. Vcstibuled trains of the finest class nre at the disposal of the passenger, affording n most pleasant trip, and enabling one to visit the very interesting scenery nnd important battle-grounds in and about Chattanooga, Lookout. Mountain and Chickamauga National Military Park. Tickets to Nnshvijlc to visit the. Centennial can be repurchased nt Chatta...

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 July 1897

t 4 - f& Tywv . v' , J l - f ? "d KAr9 ;- V.I VJ'i y ,. K a. 4.ryw y j i v. 0" mi 'AAstn' i $y Mfiw jHL tm$ B h. ts VOLUME XI. MT VJNON, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1897. NUMBER 47. H(V -a, & 4 K' T CURRENT TOPICS. Russia will establish a permanent diplomatic location In Abyssinia next fall, Zena Kmo, or Palrland, Mich., at a hog and missed it nnd broko lus leg against a post. DiBCAnuEn bicycles nro now ornamontod and suspondod as draivlngTOom ornaments. ( Moiik than of tho 28,000 applications for English patents this .year nro for bicycle improvomonts. Okay horses are usually tho longest dlvod Creams aro decidedly dolicato, nnd are seriqusly affected by vory warm wonthcr, I'mouabi.v tho greatest blbliophilo ifnng peers at tho present time Is Crawford, tho well known nobleman. I TiiKitE ib only one monarch in all "Kuropo who believes In the Darwinian theory of evolution, and that Is King Oscar of Sweden. Out of the enormous number of women In Constantinople the population la ...

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 July 1897

rr. Mi. Vernon Signal Friday, July 30, 1S97 Published every Friday by, JAMES MARRT. siTESuui'n.o:OiNii yjjau $1.00 '.Advertising rales made known on , , apfiliiation ANNO S. . We arc authorized to announce JOHN V. BAKER As an Independent Rcpubliran candidate For Sheriff of Rockcastle county to be Voted for at November election, 1897. Congressman Davison was appointed by Czar Reed as a member on Election Committee No. 2. Saturday last, after passing the worst tariff bill ever imposed upon the American people, Congress adjourned. This world is holding its breath but is auxiousley awaiting news, that may never come, fn.ni Audiee, who sailed in a baloon lrom Spitzburgen July iolh on a voyage-to the North pole Thk unwritten law as promulgated by Judge Falconer of Lexington seems to hold good. The grand jury failed to indict Jacob Harris the Mayer of Thos. Meritt who had won the effections of Mrs Harris. '.Petler look a leedle out." What Bre'r Walton did for Mars Henri Watterson in his la...

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 July 1897

iii". . i V, fc Wtkg ' I MS, k $bt Y fr 4.'- ' .4 , W PIWWPIMPWWICTWHIUHFjAiH rittetujiWMWWgmBiwwMiBwanMa lax-JIW. U iMt. Vernon Signal Mfr. Vkknok, Kv., IO1.V50, 189; t'fSiu Hit Sit. Vernon, Ity., I'mt pRioi! n stc mall nt ilUr. K& N. LOCA.L TIMK CARD. Da1) MiU'North 11:39 a m 3.iy 'a' Ml South 2:22 p in SrigW Ex. North 2:121 in South 1:09 am 'J. A. Landkum, Agent. CKonciiES. Vl risii in HnMs services 1st & 3rl Hiimlny it !! ,r in.r.ilJ ntCtfOp. I'oiror WasliY . 'Prcsliytcri:n Holds hcrvlocs imi tin Ith ""Juntlay on the HI Stiiujny nt l.tv 4igitnn. fcR.iplkt I'lmrch Sei vices on tliu 'AUilr.ltiy ii'kU ami Smiiltiy. Hnmluy Scliboltit H n 111 cciy Sumlny. ,1'inyor lectins tm Tupsiliiy hIkIiIr. Rev. .1 0 pastor. MASONIC. Aslilnmt Lodge $0. CIO meets eery Saturday nt 1 i.in. 4,0CAL OTHERWISE. Saddles, all prices by S. W. Davis Rider Eorrcr preached at head, Sund.iy last. Remember the Urodhead fair 'Aug. 18, 19 and 20th. Mrs Georgic Rice is leaching the llhic spring school. 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. — 30 July 1897

Jinn's Tiro Del TrlenflB. Man's two beat friends ore said to i be mm and a dog. It Is easy to set a good dog, Cut hard to get a good gun. ll.c guns mado By tho Winchester llcpcating Anna Co., New Haven, Ct., aro not only always good, but they are acknowledged the best made in the world For years tho Winchester liaa been the standard of the world, and to any one wno nas stuuicu Ui ',' iioints 01 superiority i iiumiai,u -."-' n! i i i.n.ioranil. Tim rcnciuinir nllca i . I. I... Il. WlnniiAetari nm ana snoi guns muue uj n ","";:.v" c in demand all ovor tho world. Although they cost comparatively little, they are better than the highest priced hand made guns in every way. Winchester ammunition is of tho same high grade ns Winchester guns and can always be relied upon, bend for a largo illustrated catalogue free. The Trlnla of Gcntna. Friend Why, what nrc you in such a fusi about? Anything happened? Artist Oh, botheration, yes! Everything! I was juBt getting some of my latest pictures re...

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 August 1897

a p l 'K J r t 5 Shunt ilrilr l.lj' ' VOLUME XI. MT. VERNON; KENT U0ICf FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1897. NUMBER 50. v rV . CURRENT TOPICS. Tint Vatican Is anxious about tho serious dccrcaso in the revenue from Peter's pence. Tnn extension of the plate shop nt the Hath Iron works at Hath, Mc., will soon bo completed. Tiik Chicago ordinance imposing a license tax on bicyles has been declared void in a lower court. The plant of the Olobo Iron & Foundry Co. at St. Louis is blng run to Jiuurly full operation. Em'Eiton William received a number of threatening letters from nihilists before starting for Itussia. KusflKLL Saoe has not, within the memory of the oldest broker, taken a vacation during the hot weulher. Tub Fox Pressed Steel Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa., has all departments of Its plant In operation on double turn. Tiik Tyler Foundry and Muchinu Co. has been Incorporated at Tyler, Tex., to engage in the general foundry busi ness. The plant of the Davis & Kgan Machine Tool Co., of Cinc...

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 August 1897

". XP LveaGunfwtmidkam&nnaumfrmKn'j&iaxaz&sasnBSBnix Ml Vernon Signal I;K1I)A.Y, Al i. -O, IS97 Published CD y biidav by JAMES MARET. SUBSCRIPTION ONH. VKAK $I.OO Advertising rates made known on application ANNO UNCEMEN'l i. We arc authonVed to aiinoiuice JOHN V. BAKER As nn Independent Republkan candidate for Slierifl' of Rockcastle county to be voted for at November election, 1897. Tim county Jtulg; in company with the County Clerk called at this ofiiqe on Thnrsday of last week, jus after the Signal was issued. They had taken offense al the arti cle sent from Brodheadand printed in this paper. They inquired with reference to the article; the original article was shown, the Judge picked it up and put it in his pocket under the editor's pro test, but.it was later on leturned to thib office. The Judge became warm and threatened to kill the editor if he published any more articles with his name in them The Signal is publishing the new? and will continue to do So and will p...

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 August 1897

m t s & , I h, m . nriirrsciatBMangTumznioateiuahffOfajangmaqwiuagi a"fttfTJiHjin7yrfUJTKCra5arei3 imm Mt. Vernon Signal Mt. Vkknow Ky Aug. 20 l897 ISntcrciUtlhcMt. Vcrn.n, K,., l.t offitc a. sec j man niittr. . , I. & N. LOCL TIME CARD. Day Mail North 11:39 a m Day Mail South 2:22 p m Night Ex. North 2:12a m Nigat Ex. South 1:09 am J. A. Landkum, Agent. CHunCHES. Cliustian Holds services lit &3rl Sunday nt lln.m. nml nt 0:30 jt. in. Iter, l'oncr pastor. l'resbytcriim Holds t.crv!ccs on the 4th Sunday licit, nnil on tin- 1st Sunday nt Mv ncston. lthiitlat Church Services on the, Second Saturday nielli mid Snndny. Sunday School nt 'J u in etery Sunday, l'rnycr m'cctiiiK on Tuesday nights. Itcv. J C j istor. MASONIC. Ashland Lodge Xo. (!I0 meets every Second Saturday nt 1 . m. LOCAL $ OTHERWISE. Saddles, all prices by S. W. Davis '. John Gauglit is visiting Lexington. . Hob Nortin has a big boy at his house. Editor Martz is travling for an Ohio house. Mrs. Susan Henderson ...

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 August 1897

I-- ! MINERS' STRIKE. Monday Was Fraught With Exciting Incidents. Mutiny in the Strikers' Camp, a Murder in the Deputies' Ranks. Filing of Crlmtnnl nncl Civil Suit Agnlnst tlio Drarmlts nml tho Hearing In tho Injunction Case Against Dolnn nml Others Krpt Itoth Sides Itimr. riTTSnuitoir, l'a., Aug. 17. Monday was fraught with exciting incidents in matters pertaining to tho miners' strike. Mutiny in tho strikers' camp, n, murder in the deputies' rnnks, filing of criminal and civil suits against tho Dearmits, and tho hearing in the injunction case against President Dolan and others, kept both sides to tho struggle busy and on the qui vive all day long. The hearing in the injunction case before Judges Stowo and Collier was perhaps ono of tho most important and interesting held in the Pennsylvania court. It was a hearing in which both capital and tho rights of labor were interested, and the decision is expected to have a telling effect on the conduct of the great coal miners' strike whic...

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 August 1897

yr b m I' .s , y CURRENT TOPICS. 'A fly's egg will hatch In 12 hours. A pet flea has been known to live lx years. Thk czar has prepared a groat reception for President Fauro, of Franco. Tin: fifth International congress of Criminal Anthropology will bo held In Amsterdam In loot. Mits. Hannah Robinson, of New York city, sold her husband for 525 tho other day, and now hhe regrets It. 'Mom: than 8,000 people mysteriously disappear from London every year, and aro never heard of again. Consul Gknkhal Lef. has expended about 510,000 of the money appropriated for the relief of Americans In Cuba. 1 A St. Louis man was taken to court si ml fined ?r0 the other day because his lattcmpt at suicide had been unsuccessful. Onk of the highest shot towers In tho world Is to bo found at Vlllach, In Corlnthia, where there Is a fall of 2VJ feet. St. PKTKnsiiuito's municipal authorities will present three Immense cups to the visiting French Uoi.o enough has been found In the Swiss canton of Valals for 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. — 27 August 1897

u & -T. : f SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $1.00 Advertising rates made hiotvn on application ANNO UNCEMEN'l S. JOHN W. BAKER As an Independent Republiran candidate for Sheriff of Rockcastle county to be voted for at November election, 1897. The American flag is flving over Clippcrtcn island, to which Great Britain has recently laid ' claim. Attorney General Taylor holds that the Kentucky Populists need not petition to get on the ballot 'this fall, as their vote nien was more than two per cent. 'oftheote last fall, but that the "National Democrats will have to petition. Brodhead Fair. The Brodhead Fair wound up in a blaze of glory last Friday when some 1.700 people witnessed the splendid program well carried out. The attendance, as usual with fairs, for the first two days was not large' but all who come seemed to enjoy the show. Adjoining counties sfnt good delegations and fine stock. Among them we noticed Col. Durrett Tribble of Madison county. The Floral Hall contained a wide, varied a...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 27 August 1897

jj'Mt, Vernon Signal " if - f . .', ij i " k ... fe i. fc.' I- t. ?Mt. Veknom. Ky., Aug. 27, 1897 'L'otcrtdnii Ml. Vernon, Ky., Post-office n .c in cta mall matter. i, & N. I,OCL TIME CARD. toay Mdi North 11:39 am 3Day Moil South . 2:22 p m Slight -Kv irth .... 2:12am TJSl'iglit l. South. .. 1:09 a in 1. A.TvaNdrum, Agent. CHURCHES. Cthnslinii tldlils services 1st &3rl Suiulny ntllu.ii. i'iM 0:30 . m. Rev. 1'oncr traitor. l'rcklijltT an Holds services on 'Siindny'lniv, mid on tlio 1st Sunday nt l.lv iigston. lajitlst ( Imrcli Services on the Second Saturdny nilit nnH Sunday. Sund.iy chonlnt U 11 111 ccry Sunday. 1'r.iycr Vncctlng on Tuesday nights. Itcv. J C paitiir. MASONIC. Ashland Lodge No. CIO meets ccry Second Satiuday nt 1 ). m. LOCAL 0 OTHERWISE. Saddles, all prices by S. W. Davis Peaches have been selling at 50c per bushel. Diphtheria is prevailing around trudup's quarry. Dr. Davis is adding to his stock of drugs and groceries. Mrs. Dr. Brown, of Parksville, is visit...

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. — 27 August 1897

. ARBITRATION. Minors and Operators Hope to Effect a Settlement. A Conference Held in Pittsburgh by Representatives of Both Sides. A Shooting Affray Among; Italian Mlncri Made the Occasion of a Cull for a General Meeting of Organlied Labor, President Dolun'a Escape. Pittsbuhqii, Pa., Aug. 34. The con icrenco of operators and miners' officials adjourned shortly before 11 o'clock Monday night without reaching nn agreement. Another conference will bo held Tuesday morning, when both sides hope to effect a settlement. O. W. Schlendebcrg, a member of tho operators' committee, stated that the question of settlement in other states had been eliminated, and that tho conference was dealing entirely with tho rate on the Pittsburgh district. National President Ratchford said that the men are still firm for the 09-cent rate, and District President Dolan Mild that a settlement in ten minutes after tho opening of tho conference was not impossible. PiTTSDUitair, Pa., Aug. 34. Tho shooting affair am...

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. — 3 September 1897

.V r 7 &. 1 Mini ierjnrn i i VOLUME XI. MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1897. : NUMBER 52. CURRENT TOPICS. A HON in a junylo will Jump 25 or 80 feet from a standing start. AusmAtiA harbors one species of kangaroo no larger than a rat ' It is claimed that there are 85 dogs An the United Kingdom to every 1,000 .inhabitants. A Wholesale Merchant' and Manufacturers' association has been organized at Atlanta, Uo. An inventor in Madrid has succeeded in superior quality of soap out of grasshoppers. .Iohn N. "Hnowtr, Rhode Island's richest bachelor is shortly to marry Miss Nathalie, Dreiser, of New York. Polk;k statistics of tho present summer Apparently prove that humidity biw a good deal to do with crime. I "Jackson, MUs., has a chain gang 'composed of eight Negro women. Thej clean streets for ton hours a day. Tiik sea rouniV nny desert island rarely visited by man and far distant from nny mainland always teems, with fish. Kunoi'ic has 105,284 miles pf rallwny. Tho United 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. — 3 September 1897

I ' awiujutfmimiijii' BcmrnscanEn atKisaapjrcarsntmri irmtaaiyBsgarir.ty : Mt. Vernon Signal Friday, Ski'T. 3, 1S97 Published every Ft iday by JAMES MARKT. SUBSCRIPTION ONli YKAR $I.OO Advertising ales made known on application ANNO UNCKMEN'I S. We are nullioricil to announce JOHN W. BAKER As nn Independent Republi:an candidate for Sheriff of Rockcastle county to be voted for at November election, 1897. Livinston, Ky., Aug., 31, '97 Once more I appeal to the people not to be deceived. I saw in last week's issue of the a letter written by a number of gentlemen, telling of what wonderful good officers we have had in the last ear, I would be glad to have known some of their for good. I would like to know why those wonderful officers did not help to bring an officer before the gtaud jury. Kven the Judge himself sat there and detained him when there was a writ served on him, aud allowed him to get away. If that is what those gentlemen call good. I do not wane to, or will not vote for 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. — 3 September 1897

Mt. Vernon Signal Mt. Vkunon. Kv., Shi'T. 3, 1897 Watered at tlio Ml. Vernon Kjr., in innll matter. h & N. LOCA.lv Day Mail North.. Day Mail South . 11 it. in, ," " from Wildie, Saturday TIME CARD. 11:39 am U. G. Baker is back home 2:22 p m Night Ks. North 2:12 am Night Ex. South 1:09 am J. A. LANDUUM, Agent. ciiunciiES. -Holds services 1st & 3rl Sunday niul nt(J:30i. in. Iter. Toner i'rcbyter.fan Holds services on Hie llh timidity lieri', itml an the 1st Sunday nt 1.1 v Huston. Huptist Church Services on the Second Saturday night mid Sunday. Sunday School nt 0 a m ecry Sunday. Prayer meeting on Tuesday nights. Iluv. J 0 l'.istor. MASONIC. Ashland Lodge No. CIO meets every Second Snturdny nt 1 !. nt. LOCAL 0 OTHERWISE. Homer Miller is in from Ohio. S. W. Davis can suit you in bridles. Mrs. Micajah McKenzie is no better. Mrs. Mort Owens died on Monday last. Wm. Poynter has been on the sick list. C. K. Port man lias been down with fever. T. IJ. Lair was here from Tuesday. - Tu...

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. — 3 September 1897

J fc F 'J" L. . V I Fl'7 Li "AS IF BY MAGIC." Mian Dnrlil'n Stronir nndnmcnicnt ni Dr. AVllllniiiN' l'lnk l'llln. She Wlnhcn Thnt lllrtcil One Could Try Tills Itemed)'. From the News, Hamilton, Ohio. From no ono in this city lias Dr. Williams' Pink l'ills received more unstinted praise than from Miss David, of No. 1G, North D Street, Hamilton, Ohio. Seldom one hears of siicli favorable results from the use of medicine, as was effected in the case in question. , Miss Davis, who is a modest and unassum ing, but most charming little lady, is prompted to make a public statement of her case, solely as an act of charity to others who are unfortunate enough to be afflicted, and no one among Miss David's large circle ol friends and acquaintances could possibly question the lady's motive in making such a statement. Miss David has resided in this city for years and is connected with tho Trabcr family, one of the oldest and most honored in Butler county. Speaking to a News representative, Mist...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
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