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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 25 August 1899

i I INTERESTING THE FALL MEETING. The Programme of tho I.nulirllle Drlvlnc ami rlr Auocltitlon, Dine loptrmoer 28. 1 Louibvh.lk, Ky.', Aug. 23. The of the regular fall meeting of tho Louisville Driving' and Fair elation has been announced by Secretary Frank P. Kenny. Forty thousand dollars in purses is offered by the association. Tho meeting will begin Mojiday, September 25, with the Kentucky Matron stakes for trotters, $7,000, and the Commercial Club stakes, 82,000 for pacers. An excellent programmo has been nrranged for the flvo succeeding days, including the Douglass stakes for $3,000 for 2:12 trotters, tho Zelback stake, $3,000, and tho Louisville stake, $3,000. All tho stako races havo been closed, but there ore yet 14 purse events to close by September 0. Tho best harness horses In tho country are entered. . SECRETLY MARRIED. l'n pa Found It Out and llroke Up the Hume In Very Hiort Order He Took tho Girl Home. Louisville, Ky., Aug. 20. George llrcitanstcin and Miss Mamio Iiocr...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 25 August 1899

" r Friday. Aug 25 1899 Publislu d evci y Ft iday by AMES AfARET. .SUBSCRIPTION ONK YKAK $I.OO Adveiih'iig tatcs made known application DEMOCRATIC TICKET. on 'Tor Got ci nor, WILLIAM C1OKIJ1.L. of Kriiton. v Tor Lieutenant (ioenor. J. U. W. Ur.CKMAM, of Nihon Tor Attorney (loucnil ItOHf J.DHIX'KIKIIIDGn, of Itojlc J'or Auditor, v GTS G, COl'LTKn, of Gum's For Treasurer .-'. G n.Gi:R, of Hojd l'or fcoeretaiy of ('.. HILL, ofClark I'or fciiit. of Public Instruitioii II. V. JleCIinSKr.Y. of LiWugstor. Toi CoiiiiuUsioiiPi of Agriculture j I. H. JCALL, of Jcflerson Tor Rjillo.nl Commissioner Third district A W HAMILTON', of Montgomery Tom Rekd, speaker, has resigned 1 as Congressman from first Maine district. The Goehel machine has fixed another newspaper a: Paducah. The other one didn't stay fixed any longer than $7,50 would go toward releiving the pay-toll.- Louisville Dispatch. You seem to know how it's done. Well we have always heard that it takes a knave to catch a knave. While you ...

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. — 25 August 1899

..I Mt. Vernon Signal Mr. Vernon, Kv Aug. 25. 1899 Battrcdattbe Mt. Verokj, Ky., mall matter I LouitviLtc v NASHVILIC R, Ft. Co L & N. LOCA.L TIME CARD. Day Mail North 11:05 a 111 Day Mail South .. 1:57 Night Ex. North 1:32 a m Night Ex. Sbuthi 1:44 am f. A. Landrum, Agent. ''-'-" ' CHURCHES. ' Christian Holds services 1st &3rl Sunday t 11a.m. and at 6:30 p. ra. l'rcsbyterlau Holds services on tho 4th Sunday Baptist Church Services on the Second Saturday night and Snnday. Suuday School at 9 1 m every Sunday. Prayer meeting on Tuesday nlshts. MASONIC. Ashland Lodge No 040 meets 2nl Moil- day 10 A m. LOCAL unci OTHERWISE. Champ for Furniture. C. C. Davis & Co. for drugs. , Onevfare to the Brodhead fair. Mrs S. W. Davis is seriously ill Go to tin.- Green Front Drug Store. Mrs: S. W. Davis has malarial fever. A new roof is being put on the court-house, Mrs. Rosalia Ncsbitt lias returned from -Virginia. Mrs G. P. Ramsey, of Rowland was reported very low. Henry Fish is with hi...

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. — 25 August 1899

ft " ' ' " For the Sake of Fun Mischief is Done." A vast amount of mischief is done, too, because people neglect to keep their blood pure. It appears in eruptions, dyspepsia, indigestion, nervousness, kidnev diseases, and other ailments. HooPs Sarsaparilla cures all diseases promoted by impure blood or low state of the system. Remember i i . t SUNKHAZER FLIES OF MAINE. Wane Than Jersey Moiqnl(ocn and KUtlntr Bngi Ilirre No Chance Tvlth Them. Since reading in the newspapers of the kissing bug and his doings all the people in rural Maine have taken to capturing bugs andinsectsof all sorts and bringing the specimens to town for examination by newspaper men and naturalists. Countless arc the kinds of bugs that have been taken to Bangor in bottles, boxes and preserve jars, and tho captors all seem to be sorely disappointed when told that instead of the genuine kisser they have a moth killer, a lace winged fly, or something quite common and harmless. A man came from Vcazie to Bangor the o...

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. — 1 September 1899

I It l SENATOR A V ''' . G J H I .' '? eonm iiQ'iiiii 4 VOLUME XIII. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1899. NUMBER 50. GOEBEL Addresses a Vast and Enthusiastic Audience at Mt. Sterling. An Eloquent and Powerful Arpumciit on the Issues of the Campaign. The L & N and tho Trusts Aim " to Control the State. Mt. Steihiso, Ky., Aug. 21. Fully 3,500 people, packed as close as they could stand, to-day heard Senator Jo lUackburr and nominee Qocbcl upon tho issues of the campaign. Tho speeches undoubtedly had excel lent effect. Senator Goobel was never in better voice, and the evident sympathy of the crowd with all ho said fairly inspired him. It was by far the best speech he ever made, and tho audience was held spell bound. He said: "Fellow Democrats: The most active opponents of the Democratic ticket my fellow citizens, arc tho L. Jz is. Kallroad, the American Hook Trust and tho American Tobacco Trust. They aro engaged in an effort to control tho state goverpment...

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. — 1 September 1899

s . MtVvenioalSio:nal fitiuw, Sept: l 1&09. Published every Friday by .1AGS MARJi'l I S11USOII'TION ONK YKAK i.oo , Advarlivrig'rcics made known on application DEMOCRATIC TICKIST. For Governor, WILLIAM GOI'M'.L. "t Kenton. Pr Lieulrmtiit Governor. J. C. W. MKl'KllAM, of Nelson For Allot uvy General uor.i.nui:oKiN'un)f!t:1 of iioy'e For Auditor, (il'S O, COULTr.lt, of Graves For Treasurer .- O IIAGi:it,uf ISoy.I For Secretary of SU'to C.H.HILL, of Clark For Snit. of I'tiMic Instruction H. V. McCIlL'SNKV. of LIvhiKston For Cutiimlvlimer of Aijrlculturi I. . N'ALL, of Jellerson For ltalllimil CoiiiiniKxioner Third ilistiict A V HAMILTON, of Montgomery Old Phil Thompson, eld Matt Adam old Tom Turner, old Judge Beckner and other old "has make up a swee lot to purity Everyone of them is dead politically, but they want to tiead the stage again before being buried forev.r. -Stanford Journal. Hon. K. C. Warren, of Stanford, spoke here Monday last to a fair audience of Rockcastle Democrat...

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. — 1 September 1899

AlT. Vernon, Ky., Sept i 1899 Intend nt thi Mt. Vera.i Ky., cc ond'Clati mall matter , , I louiiviuc & NA8HVILLCR.R.C0. 11 &VN. TIME CARD.' , -?Day;Mail North,.. ti:o,5 a m t.'Day Mail South . 1:57 P i 'Night Ex. North.. . 1:320.111 "Night Ex. South.. . 1:44 a ui J. A. Landuum, Agent. ' CHURCHES. v 'Christian Holds services 1st & 3rl Sunday at II n. 111. and at 0:30 p. m. Presbyterian Holln nervlcei on the 4th Sunday Baptist Church Services on the Second Saturday nnd Sunday. Suuday School at J a m every Sunday. Prayer ucellnj; on Tuesday MASONIC. Ashland Lodge No, tMO ineelH 2rd Mon day 10 a'iii. JLOCAL ami OTHERWISE. 1 1 SChainpfor Furniture. t vMrs. Geo. McCoy has fever. 1 C. C.Davis.& Co. for drugs. Mrs. team Davis is no better. Tyree Gentry has gone to braking. Mrs. Clco. Brown is visiting in 'Lancaster. . Mrs. J. WNesbitt has returned to Virginia. John Mullins was here from Monday. Genial J. T. Adams was here rfhisweek from Bryantsville. . J?. Payne, of Wabd, ca...

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. — 1 September 1899

11 " You Never Miss the Water Till the Well Runs Dry" Wc never realize the value of health until it is aonc. When old lime strength and vigor are 'wanting, purify the blood " ... j.ifL ti t. c. .,,.., .'-. ,m Dy lawny iiuuu a .jiiroapai tu&, own ft- t stored appetite, perfect digestion, steady nerves and even temper tvill prove it ts bringing back the glovj or perfect health. MccdS ScVtiaf) A PHILANTHROPIST. lie AVnii CoIiir to Gel Itlcli nnil Get L'p SometliliiK to Cool (he People OH. "Yes, 6ir," exclaimed the man with a linen duster and a high-crowned straw hat, "I'm going to do it." What arc you going to ao: asuea ma police!. 'in to whom the stranger had addressed himself. "You know," he went on, without heeding the question, "that the summer months are invariably marked by increased outbreaks of all kinds. Men's angry passions seem to rise with the thermometer." "What were you threatening just now? asked the polierman, sternly. "Threatening?" "Yes. You said you were going 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 September 1899

1 It . . 1 A.m , . . . : Kt 1 4 v. r L.r M "FTtL ! T ,-?' i ' .1 ( v . ".Cm .- .. ' G F. J - jj J . ajM f?Xr' 5 X i LOUISVILLE RACES. " 4 . '') . A Cold Bln r.ll at IntenrsU Darlnr tb' A(trnooa and Hade tbo .Track a Uttla How. Louisvilu, Ky., Sept. 20. The fifth aAntial meeting of the Louisville ...Drlrlijg and Pafr "association 'beB'ttn Monday afternoon an flwinff thecold rain which began to iall bout the time tho horses were ready, 'to score for the first heaU a 2:20 trot. in fell at inter als during the after- on and made tho track a Utile, show. M (X, a bay eoldluir, 8 years old. owned by" J. M. Clements, of Mich., "fell doad in the first beat of" the 3:2i trot just as tho .field of nine was about to swing into tho home stretch. The principal event of the day was the Commercial Club itake, value 82,000, for 2:08 class pacers. This was won in straight heats by Arlington. Hat B., tho 8 to 10 favorite In the first heat, sustained his first the Uostou meeting of last fear. lie, had....

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 September 1899

, Mt Vernon Signal Friday, Sept. 29 1899. Published every Friday by AMES MARET. EtlBSCKU'TION ONK YEAK $I.OO Adi'erihmg rales made known on application DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Gove rnur, , WILMAMGOIHIM., of Kentou. Tor Governor, , J., C. W. IIKCKHAM, of Nelson For Attorney General , ItOItT J.llUi:CKI.VKII)Gl), of Iloyle Tor Auditdr, GVS G, COUr.Ti:!!, of Graven For Treasurer P. G. HAGEIl. of Hoyd For Sceretary of Stole C. H. HILL, of Clark For Supt. of Public Instruction 11. V. WcCIIiaNEY'. of Livingston For Commissioner of Agriculture 1 1. 11. KALI, of Jefferson For Itallloail Commissioner Third district A V HAMITOV, of Montgomery The Hon. Wm. Goebel will receive a routing welcome at Brod-head Fair grounds, this county, on Satmdny Oct. 7th one week from tomorrow. Not only Rockcastle will be there but hundreds from Laurel, Madison. Garrard, Lincoln, Pulaski, Jackson and others. Tim fool killer with his club vis ited this place on first day of cir cuit court. Finding such a large bunc...

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 September 1899

lit. Varaon Signal r Mt ' Vsok. Ky 29 Sept 1899 """ w. tt , r.i.tthtllt.VefO.J.Ky., to .! mil mittir ntlfi&n r I LouuwUC & N AIHVIILC H. R. CO. I, & NLOCAL TIME CARD. Day Kftil North 1 1:0.5 a ni Day Vail South . 1:57 P flight Ex. North 1:32am Nirht ax. eoutu 1:44. am J. A. Landrum, Agent. 3HIW CHURCHES. CkrutUa Holds services lit A Sri Sunday t 11a.m. and atC:30p. m. Presbyterian Holds services on th 4th umdar Baptlsi Church-Services en the Second Saturday ulght and Sunday. Suuday gchsolat 9am every Sunday. Prayer iittlni on Tuesday nights. LOCAL and OTHERWISE. The miners strike is still on at Pittsburg. A. C, Stapp was here from Louisville. Joe Ramsey paid $45 for a suckling mule colt. Mrs. Charlie Spilmau is visiting her parents here. The Collegiate Institute opens Monday Oct. 2nd. The Sage of Ravemvood did jurv service this court. Let everbody go to the speaking Ut Brodhead Oct. 4Lllltc lo W(r,'lrHlc t&traAl. - -.- with Livineston.J -W fef Our friend Champ is doi...

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 September 1899

timi.ii.tmf MimnmimitinmmiaiaiMiMiNmiii iiii( I ,.r n ... - .. ... ! 77ie Procterf Man Setteth i His House in Order, i Your human tenement should be given i I even more careful attention than the I house you live in. Set it In order by 3 t thoroughly renovating your whole tern through blood made pure by 'taking I nuoa s jarsaparuia. men every urgan g t tohj ait prompt ana rcyumriy. X . . 3P I 1 1 liHUuua MllWIlIMIIMIlIHIlllllIMIlllllllltl TAPE WORMS "A tape worm eighteen feet lone at least came on tho scene after my taking two CASCAKETS. This I am sure has caused in? bad health for the past three years. I am still taking Cascarets. the only cathartlo worthy of notice by senslblo people." uio. w. uowxxs, uaira, Mass. CANDY IwcoJUato TKAOf MANN ftlOISTtRfO Flessant. ralatabln. Potent. Taste Good. Do Good. Never Sicken, Weaken. or Drlpe.lOc. 2ic,tOc. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... SltrlLf Ktrnttf Cmp..;, C.l.r, Mnlml, Stir TV. S1J Mn.Tn.Rin 8oI(1 an1 fnaranteed by all druf BU" I KM, to C1J...

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 October 1899

7 ,v J Tafljarrr i f - 3 vV Mini "it VOLUME XIV. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COTOTY, KY., FRIDAY,. OCTOBER 13, 1899. NUMBER 4. ! . ir to A 1 STATE NEWS ITEMS. I ft w $ -!? THE PACING FUTURITY. Ii Took Scrrn II.wL to Decide ths 2131 JTrot at the Lexington Itac.i on i Friday Afternoon. Lexington, Ky Oct. a Tho crowd fell off a Httlo from that of Transylvania day, but It still was large. Tho October wind bad a bitter touch which made overcoats necessary. Otherwise tho weather was all that could be wished and the track was in fine condition. Tho pacing futurity, which should have been a feature of the day, was a farce. Glory broko repeatedly in "both heats and so badly In tho last that Lucie May distanced her. Tho 3:17 pace, first on the card, was a big' surprise. Tom Vllkessold for $25 to 313 in tho first heat and $25 to 810 In second. Ho won both with apparent ease. Tor third Wilkes for 830, 'field S10, but tho favorite broke at the head of tho stretch and finished second. C'armcllta won i...

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 October 1899

ft A.' nBMkruKUKH Mt Vernon Signal Friday, Oct, 13 1899. Z3 Published every Friday by AMES MARET. CWBSCRirTION ONB YKAK $I.OO Advertising tales made known on application DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Oovfriior, WIM.IAM or Krntoii. For I.iuiiteiinit Gocrnor, J. C. W. IIHCKIIAM, of Nelson For Attorney General Kor j.imiX'Kixitman, of iioyie For Auditor, OU8 G, COULTKK, of Graves f Ir Treasurer .". (J 1IAGKR, of Iloyd For Seeretury of Stwte ' CI). HILL, of Clark Far Sup t. of Public Instruction H. V. IkCIIINEY. of Livingston For Cominimioner of Agriculture I. II. NALL, of Jefferson For ltnilloHil Coinmimioner ThirJ district . A W HAMILTON, of Montgomery Fok Lkgislatukk. W. C MULL INS. Ji'idge Pryor in his speech at Owenton on the nth said: "Win. Gucbcl's mother, who lias been dead 20 years, was a poor woman, who kept a boarding house in Covington for railroad men, and that he (Pryor) was proud ol the boy that by sheer force of character and intellect had risen to such distinction." Wjj are in ...

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 October 1899

. '1 j S" 1 if Si'?. f w I ' ' Mi'ClJu'p'! mntttr . J iifll . UfWiJ1fc . V1 few S r & Nahvii.lc n. R. Co. W Dr. Ewers went to Presbytry at Lcbar.on Colg Institute now has 28 pupils enrolled and 6 music pupils. Wta. Walliu was in from Wnbd a lid added his name to our list. O. C. Williams has been engaged in London court during the week.-Mace Miller is home Irom Glen Mary on sick list. L. M. Houk remains about the .same. He is still confined to his room Miss Lena Thompton of Stanford is visiting her brother Richard this w:ek. Judje WHHanisfand W R Cress aie speaking in southere Kentucky, election commisstcners were here, ed bond Monday. Mrs J. B Fish was the most enthusiastic lady present at the speaking. The Signal expects you to pay up your subscription without delay. Neal Parrett was elected school trustee in this school district last Saturday. The 31st regiment will sail from SanFrancisco on the fiist av ailable transport. iter Goebel badges, Taylor badges, for sale by Lloyd M...

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 October 1899

, '.. ft :.. FmiiwmiittiiiiiitiiwmiimiwiaiiMiwiiaiiiaii ." I $75 '.i What's in aName?"i Evcnthlno. 'When voir come to I clnes. t1 sarsaparllla by any other name i can never equal Hood's, because of the I peculiar combination, proportion and ; process by 'which Hood's possesses merit I peculiar to Itself, and by 'which it cures I -when all other medicines fail. Cures t rheumatism, what tired feeling, etc i XcfwcdS SdUabwui i&3ym33il!mw HiaiilaimiiimiMiiiMmiiiiiiiiaiiifiaiiw' PIMPLES "My wlfo htul iilmplea on her face, but be na.i been uklni,' CASCAUKTS aad tbey hare all dlsapponrcd. I had bran troubled with constipation (or some time, but after taking the first Cascaret I liavo bad no trouble with this ailment. Wo cannot speak too highly of Cascarcts " Fhed Waiitman, 6708QermantoTTn Ave., rblladolphla, Pa. Trm CANDY M jW CATHARTIC B TRADE MARK RIOISTIRID g" Pleaaant, ralatablo. l'otent. Tate Good, Do Good, Nerer Sicken. Weaken, or Gripe. 10c. 25c. SOo. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... ...

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 October 1899

f. w I? . u.f4)ii4. J, . -v- 1 , n Miiif v.t 1 . r" T VOLUME XIV. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1899. NUMBER 5. BRYAN It . . W" . . I 0Sm It W jfc. IN KENTUCKY Travels 4.10 Miles nnd Delivers Ten Speeches. Supports Oneliol fop fSovernor, l limine National Ium to the ol'illty of the l'nrtjr In the Common- vronltli lll Aililroii at llnriltrell. Mr. Uryan's first speech was nt Hard-well to n crowd of over 5,000 who had Bothered from Mallard, Carlisle, Hickman, Fulton, Graves and McCrackon counties. No vtlme was lost in preliminaries. The chairman of the reception committees ald to the erowd: "Ladiks and (ii:.ntiii:mkn: I Introduce to you our next Governor." There wasnsplcndidchucr. Senator Goebcl smilingly acknowledged the salutation and-haid: "Lauii:8andUi:mt.f.ukn': I introduce to you the next President of the United States." . The crowd cheered apaln, and Mr. Bryan begun speaking at once. Ho was somewhat hoarse, but his voice was sufficiently powerful and h...

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 October 1899

Mt Vernon Signal Fniiiw. Oct, CO ti;o every Eiuiny bs AMES MARET. SUBSCRIPTION onk vr:: $1.00 ,iu : Advcrti ax rates made known on application mm . . , - n ft- tltlny t g 3""" DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Tor Governor, WILLIAM GOEBEL, of Kenton. For Lieutenant Governor, J. C. XV. BECKHAM, of Nelson For Attorney General RO"T J. BRECKINRIDGE, of Boyle For Auditor, OUS U, COULTER, of Graves FerTrc.iiurcr .-'. G. IIAGEII. if Boyd For Secretnry of Stutc C.B. HILL, of Clark For Supt. of Public Instruction II. V. McCIIESNEY. of Liviugston For Commissioner of Agriculture I. B. N ALL, of Jefferson Tor IUilload Commissioner Third district A XV HAMILTON, of Montgomery Senator Goebel come from poverty's row. He began life without the aid of rich and powerful friends; without fortune or family prestige. But surmounting mauy difficulties; overcoming many rugged barriers, he has climbed to the top and stands to-day in the front rank of great men. He is a consistent member of the church and gives liberally o...

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 October 1899

L ' ? i I 4, Mt Vernon Signal Mt. Vkunon. Ky., Oct. 20 1S99 3 Ua tlrcrl itlheMt. Unit., Kjr., Put'OGcc 01 fee? onu.rU.. "Hi mltr I LOUISV'LIC . NA6HVIH.C R. R. CO L ft N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Day Mail North.., 11:05am Day Mail South .. 1:57 P i" Nitht Ex. North., 1:32 a 111 Night Ex. South 1:44 am J. A. Lan drum, Agent. CHURCHES. Christian Hold services UWt.Irl Sunday tll.iu. tod ntfi:30p. in. PresVyterfon Holds services on the 4th fc'nuday taptltt Church Services en th Second aturslojr nicht and Sunday. Suudoy BcKooWt a every Sunday. Traycr iMtiir Tuttday niglits. MASONIC. Aiklaad Lode K- 6W raecl 2rd Uou inj It A n. LOCAL and OTHERWISE. E. T, Fish is atliume sick. J, C. Ryinel was here yesterday. Harry Blazer was in town Saturday. J. W. Brown was in Fiankfort last week. Mrs. Georgie Rice is visiting in Virginia, U. G. Baker is down again with rheumatism. Hugh Miller and wife have re nted from Louisville. Goebel Ijad'ges, Taylor badges, lie by Lloyd Matet; t Landrum has caught 46 at 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. — 20 October 1899

fimttlilIMIWIWIWIWtMIWIlMlttlttlWIWIWINIIlWtMmiWlt2 I " You May Bend the Sapling ! ' But Not the Tree," When disease Has become chronic And deep seated it is often difficult to cure it. That Is the reason h$ it is best to take Hood's Sarsaparllla token disease first shows itself. In long-stated, tenacious cases, Hood's Is also wonderfully successful. ZHcotCA SaUabWiifl f7 I I fcllIM1lIMIllllIWIl'lIMIMIItlltmiWIWIll W. L. DOUGLAS $3&$3.50 SHOES i o h Worth $4 to SB compared with other makes. Indorsed liy over 1,000,000 ucurcrn. ALL LEATHERS. ALL STYLES Till fllSt UK h, W. L. Doirlai' am antlprlet Lnp.d ob bolUm. Tako no substitute clslmed to best Rood. Largest makers of 13 anil l.l..'iO ftioen In the world. Yourdcslershouldkeep them If not, we 111 "end you apalronrrcelptof price. Bute kind of leather, fire and width, plain or cap toe. Ciualoguo II Free VY. L DOUGLAS SHOE CO.. Brockton. Man. HEADERS OF THIS I'APKH DESIUINa TO 11UY ANVTUINO ADVERTISED IN ITS COLUMNS SHOULD INSIST U...

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