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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 25 March 1898

?i -" r.v ifi I: 1 Li- 311 mi 11 1 tk . 1 wt uv UoVrro IWBfJwfcmSf L:i 1 jffli nmxmn ' v 1 - no. SS409 ! -V fll V4B Ml msf xmM -d wmi wttAafcwtai Gained 22 pounds in 5 weeks From tho Macomb, III. Alderman Louis W. Camp, of our city, has quite astonished his friends of late, by a gain in weight. He has gained 22 hounds in five Weeks. Those of his friends who do not know the facts of his sickness frill read with interest the following: "I was hroken down in health nnd utterly miserable," said Mr. Camp to our reporter. "1 was unable to work mucli of the time and so badly afflicted with a form of Etomach trouble that life was n veritable nightmare. t"I tried various remedies, hut during the six months of my sickness I obtained no relief. I had always been a robust, healthy man and sickness bore heavily upon me. "About two years ago I was advised to try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. 1 pureh.ucd one box and received so much benefit that I used five more and was entirely emed. ...

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 March 1898

Mt. Vernon Signal Friday, Mail 25. 189S. Published eveiy F day by JAMES MARI-.T. SIIIJSCUIPTION ON'K Yl.'AK I.OO Advertising rates made known on application Mt. Vicwno.v has good citiens. She hns benevolent citizens, but what she lacks is emei prising citizens. What we need is to open our eyes shake the dust from off the seat ol our pants roll up our sleeves and go to wojk work not only 16' help ourselves but a benefit to the public. We have a 'Board of Town Trustees ol most excellent gentlemen. They have made a Splencul beginning by ordering certain sikewalks to be put down, but they have not gone far enough. You men are the custodians of the toVn,. the streets, the sidewalks, street lamps. &c. You have abso hitc power to order, and absolute power to enforce the order when made. Richmond street is entirely too narrow. The citizens o" that Street are all willing to move back their fences, but one is waiting for the other. We want children young ladies and gentlemen to come here ...

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 March 1898

. Seethe Date on Your Label .and Remt What U Owe u v3 STXIC3IEBC3W maanOTagwgWKg: Mt Vernon Signal. .Mt. Vkrkon. Ky., Mar. ?5 1898 Lntercd nt the Ml. Veriu.1, Ky., oi ice ohi.lii3 itiall natter - LoUlSVIllC & NASHVILLt n n.co. h & N. LOG 1, -TIME CARD. Day Mail North 11:39 a m Day Mail South . 2.22 p 111 Night Ex. North 2:12 a 111 Night Kx. "South 1:09 a. 111 J. A. Iandkum, Agent. churches. Christian Holds erv!ccs 1st &3r I -Bunda)' at 11 n. 111. mul utGsSO t. m. llai.itl.st Cliurcli Scrvlco on the Second Saturday nlslit tuid Snuiliiy. Sunday School at 0 a m every Sunday, l'raycr mcctlii!,' on Tuesday nlahts. ltcv. J 0 imslor. Presbyterian Holds services on the lth Sunday masonic; Aslilaml Lodjjc Xo. CIO meets 2rd Mou-day 10 Am. 4tli Monday G..10 I'm. LOCAL $ OTHER WISE. The only collar pad at S. W. Davis', Cal Thompson says the Glades is for McCreary. E. B. Brown, brakeman, is here torn few days' visit. Five suits lor divorce have been filed within the past week. Our go...

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 March 1898

fHHOUGH TOURIST- SLEEPERS to ror (land, Ore., f or Fugct Souml Bus Iness via Darlington Itonte. Wednesdays from St. Louis, TnonsniTS from Kansas City Tin Denver, scenic Colorado, Bait Lnko n crent fenturo conducted. Tlio success of the season for general northwest travel. Write L. W. Wakelet, G. P. A.. St. Louis, Mo. You know what you say about your poor kin? Well, that's the way your folks who have money talk about you. Atchison Globe. Fits stopped free and permanently cured. No fits after first day's use of Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. Free $2 trial bottle & treatiio. Dr. Kline, 033 Arch st., Pliila., Pa. A man would rather spend five dollars foolishly than to lose a nickel through a holo in his pocket. Washington Democrat. Explosions of Coughing are stopped by Hole s Honey of Horeliound and Tar. Pike'.i Toothache Drops Cure in one minute. People always laugh at the first man to follow a new fashion, and at the last one to idopt it. Atchison Globe. I can recommend Piso's ...

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 April 1898

?c &').&& "- & - a &gr . "- JV . !-. 1 Jf CONGRESS. 1V ff JMaval Board of In - quiry Report., 51 Tli64 President Turns It Over - Vi vto Congress With Messaae. V ji " rft 'jTkSWU yiiijfehc h&&. Blown to Pieces bu ASv a Submarlns Mine. v- . The Court vOs? Unablo to Place the BlamoiOn the Perpetrators , Copy .f Report Also Bent to Madrid ,"1 MMifo bay Ho feels Tlmt 'ialu Win Dictate it Council IlotU Satisfactory and l'ehccnble.' ,? ',&&& YkJ? Washington, rarciT20.ntfre5pVl was suddenly destroyed, dent -Monthly sent thokllQwuli'$n bago.to"coitirrcss: iii!TJ To Congress ofalhd. Up.itctf States; "For some- time prlorof"' "tho. visit of the Maine to Havrtnaifiarbor'our con-Milar representatives pointed out the advantages to How fr.om the visit of national shjps to tho Cuban watorst In neenstoming the people to tho prci " eneo of our Hag at, the symbol Of good wiUnnd of our ships in the fulfillment of thcTmisslon of protection to American interests, o...

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 April 1898

I ' Ut Vernon Signal, Friday. Apr. i. 1898. Pudlisted every Friday by JAMES MARET. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YfiAk Advertising rates made known on application Gov. James B. McCrearj is the logical candidate for Congress. ' Gov. Bkadi.Ev's speech at the launching of the Kentucky was ti Rem. Ik it conies to war with Spain it Will be a water rather than a land wai . It has been suggested that Fitz hugh Lee be made the first president of the Cuban Republic. Itjs said that Gov. Bradle wil resume his study ot the uses to which a state constitution may be put in times of peace. Those newspaper men who are doubting story of sulphur showers, having occurred in this county last week, will probably doubt there being svico a place us the lower region even after old Nick gets them on the griddle, which he'ssuie to do. Our opinion ir that therein be no war with Spain. Cuba will be purchased and set free. The price to be paid will range between 150 and 200 million. The United States has been taught a lesso...

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 April 1898

court square' LU j om .' ,,. i .i - iih fV 1 ici o y si- Mt Vernon Signal 1-Mt. Vernon. Ky Ayh. i, 1898 Laltrcdnttlie lit. Vcnu.,, Ky., l'oitoffice oi uc 1 mall matter fSwMf Louiaviuc 4. Nmhvillc R.R.Co. L & N. IL0C4.L TIME CARD. E)ay "Mail 'North.. 11:39 a m lDay'Mail South . 2,22 p m "Hight 'Ex. North 2:12am "?Night:Ex. South 1:09 am 'J. A.'Landrum, Agent. churches. services 1st A 3r 1 ijittidny tlln;ni. it nd ntO:"0 p. in. Siaptist Church Services on the Second fc'ntunluy night nnd Sunday. Suudny School nt 0 n hi every Sunday. Prayer meeting oil Tuesday nights. Kuv. J C Car- tiilertl. linstor. Trckbytcrlnn Holds services on the Sunday MASONIC. ' Aslilnnd'Lodgc No. CIO meets 2rd 10 Am. 4th Monday (MO Pin. LOCAL 0 OTHER WISE. Fritz Krueger is on the sick list. "Noah Tyree has a very sick boy Sheriff Mullins was here this week. Fresh fish every Friday at S. W. Prewitt's. 29-31 A butter famine has been oji for the past month. A child of William Livcsay died Monday of croup. The B...

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 April 1898

M J - i V- .In ' . 1 vk ' T 4 v America's Greatest Medicine Greatest, Uecnuso in cases of Dyspepsia Hood's Sarsaparllla has n touch , like magic, which just hits the spot, brings relief to the sufferer, and gives tone and strength to tlio stomach as no other medicine dqes. Could Not Eat without Pain. "For many years I liavo been a sufferer from a severe caso of dyspepsia. I could not eat without great pain In my stomach and would bo stele and vomit up what 1 did eat. One day I read of a caso cured by Hood's Sarsaparllla. I told my husband I bolicvod this mcdlcino would help me. He went right away and got a bottle of Hood's Sarsaparllla. I took four bottles and I was cured.'.' Mas. Allen Stivers, Makanda, Illinois. HOOdVpariUa Is America's Greatest Medicine. SI : six tor (5. Sold by nil drugijlus. Got only Hood's. HnraH'c Dillc Arc tho best I1UUU "1 1 la puis, nld digestion. 25c. DcIlKhifully Feminine. Mother I don't understand yon at nil. You arc constantly praising Miss Whirly now,...

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 April 1898

s (. ' t A .. aW, j r jpiPiltfl filial "' "- VOLUME XII. MT YERNON, ROOKOASTLEflgbUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1898. NUMBER 31. THE MESSAGE. The President flsks tor nnthomu to Take Measures To Terminate, .Hostilities in Cuba and Establish a Stable-Government. To Uso Military and-Naval Force if Necessaryfo'r Thoso J" , Purposes? The President Is Prepared 'to Carry Out Every Obligation Imposed by the Constitution. Tha Wreck of the Maine Shown That Spain l Not Able to Uunruntco Security to Foreign Vra.eli In tho Torts of Cuba Spain Hugged Arbitration. Washington, April II. Tho president Monday sent tho following mctungo to tho congress 'of tho United States: Obedient to that precept of tho constitution which commands tho president to glvo from tlmo to tlmo tho congress Information of tho stnto of the union, and to recommend to their consideration Mich mrnturcs a ho shall Judge ncccskary und expedient. It becomes my duty now to address your body with regard to tho gravp crisis thai has ...

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 April 1898

V La Hon. A ercer, of ther f 1 1 arnwn Mnxaxtm uTvernon Signal. 1'iUDAY, Apr. 15, 1898. Published every Friday by .WES MARET, !t USCKIl'TtON ONK VKAK LIVINGSTON. j $1.00 Wvn Using rates made known on application ANNOUNCEMENTS. We are authorized to announce JOHN B THOMPSON, as for the nomination nr in Coiitjrejs ubject tn tlie ncfon of i Democratic iMrty. We ate authorized to announce james b. Mccreary, as n candidate for nomination for Representative in Congress subject to the action of the Democratic "irty Comb: s: :us lite armistice like a man and a patriot. Iro:n ind c itiotis war will be clared 1 y th end of the week. bait de- That prom'htrd vik,o 0.1s message pans out to hi weak, vacilating and indefinite. McKinmjv asked that Congres confer upon him more power than is delegated to most of the European crowned heads. Will Congress consent? Hardly. Spain's policy in Cuba is the odious and crushing of mod ern times; yet, after all that has taken pluce on that hopeless isle, our pr...

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 April 1898

mL r - V rvSl See the Date on Your Label andemit W. ?; Ovvo , x j ' 3ffii 'h Vernon L. Signal. ' '. ., ,r ' - a V HPHKrwVrci r 1 w vf kTf IMt. Vernon. Ky., Air. 15, 1898 ifboureJatthelll. Vcrnv.i, Kjt,, 0 tc T' mall matter 5tf . ST (0) vor . LOUIIVILVC ANHVIttin.n.CO. & 1 & N. LOCL TIME CARD. jr iy Mail North.. 11:39 a m 'A iy Mail South . 2.p"2 p ui ght Ex. North, . '2:12 a 111 ght Ex. South. . 1:09 n in J. A.-Landrum, Agciit. churches. - Holds RttfvlcOs lit & nr'nSuUilny. 'hJthl n.m. mul i. m. ' iilii, on the Sccbml 3a irday iilSIlt 11ml Bnnilny. Suiulny n U...TJir I'lill.l' waoul U u 11. in .""J "" ' "fcWl lltag .on Titcsilay nights. Ilev. J U Car- Wi :il. pastor. ''tJPresltj'tcrJaii Ilotils "services on the -Ith iliiy 'masonic. "')kliiaml Lodge No. CIO meets 2ri1 Am. Itli Momliiy 0.30 Pin. UOAL 0 OTHERWISE. .a i Iiss' Biddy Doleu has relumed 'from Withers. Miss Bid Dolan of Pine Hill is . Visiting this place. " John T. Stephens, of Disputants, vaVlidre Tuesday. . mTw...

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 April 1898

r. as fllJ W EL& i - ' A u . WW- V f ' K&J hoi' ' Blood Is Llfo Pure Blood Is HoDlth. Without blood circulating through your veins you could not llvo. Without puro blood you cannot bo wolL Tho healthy nctlon of every organ dopcnds upon tho purity and richness of tho blood by which It Is nourished and sustained. If you havo salt rheum, scrofula sores, pimples, bolls or any kind of humor, your blood is not puro. If you tako Hood's Barsaparllla it will mako your blood puro and promptly rcllovo all these troubles. In tbo spring o blood is loaded with impurities. Hence, all thoso unsightly eruptions, that languor and depression, and tho danger of serious illness. Hood's Sarsaparilla is needed to purify, enrich and vitalizes tho blood and protect and fortify tho systom. HOOCI S parilia fs America's Greatest Medlclno. Sold by all Jrugglsts. (1; six for 13. Got only Hood's. WrrrPe DSIlcarotho only pills to tako nOOU 5 aTallb with Hood's Sarsaparilla. ROMANCE VERSUS KICKS. Tho Mnrqnl...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 6 May 1898

-.""' E . " KfhJ j Lr.r T HHH I - '. , V" . iff" . . ' 1 it-! Still 4 T$ ! i, t j4 :. h A BT3 i MKp K? W -lit f . ." r. VOLUME XII. MT. VERNON, ROCKOASTLJ KY., FRIDAY, MAY G, 1898. NUMBER 'M. SPAIN'S SQUADRON DESTROYED commodore Dewey Enters the oi Manila at Niont, IO n J All the Mines, peflo Plants and Fortillcations. Then the Forts and on Our Fleet and For .Four Hours ihc Battle Raged Between Our Vessels i' the Spanish Squadron, Tho Enemy's Ships Wcro Sunk, Unclo Sam's Not nn Amrr.'on Vend Win Dlsahletl, nml tho Casualties Were Span-lards' Losa Wn Consider In 1'oucmIimi iif tlie l'lillliilno Islands Full Details of tho llittlo of Mnnll.i. Hono Kuxa, May 2. Advices from Manila State that Commodore Dewey opened a strong cannonade against the Spanish guarding tho 'harbor Sunday morning. - Aftctcjjcvcro fighting he - retired to plnco his wounded in safety, - r then returned to . thn nttnek. After lruinlnjr.a.dcclslvQjvIciorv.ho re tl reel )j WW though his lfstotfjlllcd and wounded is ...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 6 May 1898

f' i- ...-. iuun . 1 I had a little 'joy who was nearly dead from an attack ol whooping cough. My neighbors recotuended Chaniberlin's Cough Remedy. I did not think that any medicine iwould help him but after giving hi in a few doses of tiiat remedy. I noticed an improvement and one buttle, cured him entirely. It is tho best cough medicine 1 ever had in the house J. L. Moore, South Btirgettstownf.Pa.. For sale by M. C, & D. N. Williams I have been a sufferer fronV chr onic diarrhoea ever sines the war and have used all kinds of for it. At last I found one 'remedy that has been a success as a 'cure, and that is Chnmberliu's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. 'l E. Grisham. Gaars Mills, La. fiorsajc by M.C & D. N, Wil- lams. DO WE DO 'EM? DEWEY? Dewey? do a 'EM DEWEY? '4 , Out 'Asiatic Fleet Commanded by Commodore Dewey lias ' Gained n, Great Victory Over the Spaniards Having Destroyed Their Entire Fleet. Another Great Naval Battle is Expected in the Atlantic At tin Early Date...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 6 May 1898

4 .... t. ' .;v 'See the c . ....,, Mt Vernon Signal, Mt. Vernon. Ky., MayO, 1S08 - Catered al the Ml. Vera.. Ky Cut oflirs n co , mull niMUr w Ql Ji. 'J P.P liA K 3N I f?(Wv K 11" L0UI3VILLC 4 rUSHVILLC R H.CO. I, & N. LOCAL TIMK CARD. Day Mail North... ,i 1:39 a 111 Day Mail-South 2.22 p 111 Night Exs North.. 2; 1 2 a m Night Ex. South.. 1:09 a m I. A. Lan drum. Agent. CHURCHES. Christian Holds fcrviics Ut & 3rl Sunday ntlta.jii. nml ntC:3J i. m. 'Rnptist Olmreh Services 011 this Second Saturday nljilit mid Snudny. Suuday School at 0 n m every Sunday. Prayer' meeting Un Tuesday nights, ltev. J 0 Cur. mlcal. liastor. , , , - PresbyterianHolds services on c Sundny'' ' MASONIC. f Ashland Lodge No. CIO meets 2rd Hon- I day 10 Am. 4lh Moud.iy CSO'Pni. LOCAL 0 OTHERWISE. John Jones !s in from Lexington on a visit. Kivingston has made application for'incorporation. , Mullins & Co have started their crusher at mile 132- It is easy to bear the aches of another man's coins. - Mi...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 6 May 1898

' r k itr ) Jnf What He Wnnfcrt. Ono of the first men to reach Snn Fran risco with a hoard of Klondike Bold w an Irishman named who had been very poor before he struck it rich, and who, consequently, was unfamiliar with many ordinary uses of n life ofluxury. "Of say, yez kin bring me two dozen eye etcrs," he said, airily, as he took.a scat in one of the finest restaurants in The oysters were soon set before him, and Finnegan, looking about him for something to put on them, and hardly knowing what the something should be, spied a bottle of Tobasco and proceeded to season the bi valves, not wisely, but too well. Impaling an oyster on his fork, he thrust it into his mouth, then leaped to his feet with a terrific roar of pain and began dancing about and yelling like a madman. "See c!" cried the proprietor, rusiung to the table, "keep still, or I'll put you out i" "I'-p-nut me out, is it? Oi wish ycz would put me out! yelled Finnegan. ".Me in sides is blazin loike a match factoryl" Harpe...

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 May 1898

K "" t fe ' ' $ 7 ' fll" ' 'I VOLUME XII. AITi VtittNON, 110CKOASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1898. NUMBER 35. Tim i ' z: v t K . OFFICIAL SAN JUAN BAY, PUERTO RICO, SHOWING 'fORTIM'caTIONS. "B TrT,rsJsrA)i, : rrvrza? ywmm : "&m&9wz" tte&zz? --- - .. Jt jmt ?a. - -;. g s- e- REPORT Comfnodoro , Dewey Sends An Account of the ' ment at Manila. SPANISH SHIPS WERIj DESTROYED .One llnmlml'muV Fifty of the Enemy , AVcrc Killed nnd Miui' Jloro " ' Uartly Wounded. jOnr Ship? Were Kot Injured nnd Not An Anierlc.iu 'Wan Killed Tiio Cable" ConzratulitUoni " Dcwcy Acting Admiral. Waeiiingto'x, May 0. Notwithstanding tho fnct that everybody for several days rast has been in momentary of cable advices from Uoe.v, tho town was thrown into tho wildest excitement at time Saturday morning by -the is-Mio of extra papers announcing1 the arrival of tho McCullocli at ilonp Kong with dispatches for tho government from Convnricltto Dewey. Tho . cation of new'sr'aper dispatches tolling of te...

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 May 1898

tU Fkiday, May 13, 1898. Published every Friday by JAMES MARET. rBSCRIPTION ONE YKAK facliley, in charge of the Flying Squadron is guarding Hampton Roads, but stands ready to assist Sampson at a moment's call Large quantities of ainunition are being sent to Cuba lor the Insurgents and for the use of the large body of soldiers that are being .ent thei e by Uncle Sam. We will hear something fall very hard in a few days LIVINGSTON. Ligc Hcrrin was at Mt. Vernon, Sunday. Tom Stewart, of Wildie, was here Monday. Mrs. Mart Hicks is visiting her parents at Wildie this week. Mrs. J. S. Cooper spent Sunday at Mullins Station, the guest of Mrs V. F. Tubbs. ' R. A.- Sparks visited relatives in London last week. -- William Lane and wife of near 1 Paint Lick is visiting their nephew W. F. Garrett. W. O. Barns was in Stanford the first of the ve.ek. Miss Maggie. Lewis, of Danviile. is' visiting Mrs. Dr. Cooper. A. Party composed of W. F. Sheridan, C. O. Bryson, Chas. Brewer, Buck Johnson, Russ Di...

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 May 1898

See the w$t J Mt Vernon Signal. Uli. Vernon, Ky., May ,13, 18.3 8 Battrtdttlkt 111. Vftnvi, Kjr., " mill matttr - LouuviCEe & Nashville R. R. Co. L & N LOCAL TIME CARD. Da j Mail North... 11:39 a in C'Day Mail South . 2.22 p m "fight Ex.' North 2:12 am Night Ex. South 1:09 am 1.' f J. A. Landrum, Agent. churches: Christian Holds services lt & 3r 1 Sunday at It a. in. and . at 0:30 p. 111. DaptUt Church Services on the Second Saturday night and-Sunday. Suuday Bchoolat 0am every Sunday. Prayer meeting on Tuesday nights. Rev. J 0 Car- raital, pastor. . , Presbyterian Holds services on the 4th Sunday ' MASONIC. f Ashland Lodge No. 610 meets 2rd 10 Am. Monday 6.30 Pin. LOCAL g OfHERWISE. V H. Brown was in from Level Green. Mulcahy, the Danville tailor was here this week. Jatnss Crawford was in town Wednesday. W. H. Mounce was up from Crab" Orchatd Monday. Mrs. W. h Sparks is visiting ' home folks hete. Bruce Richardson was in from Conway Tuesday. Miss Katie Spradlin is visiti...

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 May 1898

K- p .wr -v V l- ."! Bad Eruptions Boron Broke Out and Discharged But Hood's Curod. "My son had eruptions and sores on his face which continued to grow wojaa in spite of medicines. The sores discharged a great deal. A friend whose child bad been cured of a similar trouble by Hood's Sarsaparilla advised mo to try it. I began giving the boy this medicine and he was soon getting better. He kept on taking it until he was entirely cured and he has never been bothered with eruptions since." Mns. Eva Dolbciiie, Horton, 111. HOOCI S pariHa America's Greatest Medicine. 11: six for B. Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. HrrHc Dillc are the best after-dinner nOOu S rlUS pnig, ad digestion, gc Ironical Ifs. Tf manners make the man that explains Bomo rticn's undone condition. If .1 man is mlcd by his feelings he is apt to travel in n zigzag course. Tf riches didn t have wings there would ba few er flyers in the stock market. If a man could only see himself as others see him he w...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
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