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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 1 January 1904

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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 January 1904

l k i 1 L J r t 2 Established toI88 1881 lB5r r T q > > 0 T C c i III fil y a j i < > v > J 2 i l 1 ° J 1 lJ = I J f ft r C j t t 1 I f IL fJ < fI n 1 i l I f I i jJt r < tJg1J c HE E are only s fev If von dont see what you wajii send me your list aa ITll > give vcua tatfate Cixb POLITICS ANn POLITICIANS a The Russian Government 1I0tt iug with tht closest attentio andj keenest merest the quite u cOIQe mon trrer y now being ho m Abet of5ooo to 401 t has been made that Roosevelt wr uoL carry New York if he is nom ated j The Platt Odell feud is said tt have 1 broken out afresh i 11Le Leading Republicans of N eras j 1 ka are organizing to promo the I candidacy of John LWebs r of l that State for the Republicat viceI presidential nomination I A call was i sued for a caucus of the Democratic members of the Legislature to he held on hr tvcn igrf Jar tats 4 al 1 rukrr tf the purYUt eTccteug offiwrss of I fietwu haute t j Hon D R Humble iges died at his home on Scienc...

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 January 1904

7 7 i f y L I Or MT VERNON SIGNAL I U PREDAV JANUARY j 1901 F PublishcdjK ry Friday by FEDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION oint YEAR Sioo T etdveJisizg tales made knoum an application HON 1 L 3IOOKE Of Jlercer county is u candidate for Con jG G G Giihet Riiiijcct to the icioi of the n l 1ic party Your sujmort I earnest If snitched erlicltedSRNAro SHNATOK HOAK wrote recently t > a womans clnb that he thought woneiMrtt to be given the suffrage and that it woud purify and exalt borepublicaii dorather a man vlio hocs that the Ropulr election of United States Senators would be revolutionary OUR CONSUL at Frankfurt Ger mony writes that South Africa is 4ia good market for condensed eggs These eggs are prepared by remov lug their surplus water and adding water They are sent to South Africa in hermetically closed boxes and can hardly be distinguished from fresh eggs II OVER 3000000000 pennies have been shipped from the Philadelphia mint in thepast five years Ilacin th side by side they would 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. — 1 January 1904

7 ty Ayw I 30 t < < t > y r MT VERNON SIGNAL Ia MT VERNON KY JAN lf 1904 I 79Cnll curl up No 7900 when you wnnttoC Commuiii cut with SIGNAl 79 = II LOUIBWUE a NASHVILLE R R Co I TIME TABLEF Z4 north TacGp m 26 north rr37 a m 23 south 129 p IT 25 Si + uth 113 a m mI lAs LANDRUM Agenco < Phons No 58 > I + ttered UR ML Vern Ity PtsA He nG cUst mall Bitter PERSONAL f Supt > M Mallard was in Lex ington this week J J McCall is still suffering with a felon on hip linger i Mrs E B Miller returned from Lancaster Monday ti week at Preachersville Mr and Mrs Elmer Houk isC ited relatives here yesterday William Pnrdoin is visiting t Gel family of his brother D S Piudoni 1 Mrs CB Hende son of LebaJ juon Junction is visiting bOUlec folks Mr and Mrs M C Miller vis ited relatives at Versailles this week a Miss Emma Pennington visited I vbitedI 11 brother T J Pennington at Ini 1 Wilton 11 Miss AnnaThompson will enter Hamilton college Lexington Mon t day next 1 Dr Percy Benton and W ...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 1 January 1904

f s i r r lr t tr 1IiI If cof ss L StHUGTURE s c v iLPalace of Agriculture Is Worlds i j Fairs Largest Building BuildingFf Ff IT COVERS AN AREA O23 ACRES Ten MlJIion Feet of Lumber Ueed t Its Construction One Hundred and Twelve Tons of Nails Consumed One Hundred and Fortyfive Thou sand Panes of Glass and Ten Tons of Putty Used in the Glazing The usual description of the Palase of Agriculture at the Worlds Fair which has just been complted fails fallto to convey an adequate idea of Us magnitude The fact that it Is 1CCO feet long and 540 feet wide covers 23 acres cost 529000 and Is the lar ° eat exhibit building ever constructed to contain a single department has Leca Mill Wiu4 one Is iniormcd that ove 10000000 feet of lumber were use 1 in the Construction of the bull Ing he may yet have an Imlistitiic conception of its magnitude The amount grows on one when he is tot 1 that COO cars were fully loaded vIui J this lumber Thirty cars thus loaded makes a navy train so it will be rc quire...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 8 January 1904

i I is v Established 1887 BOYS SUITS BOVSSJITSVorih Worth 125 Now a jscts Worth 200 Now at i 5 Worth 300 Now at 200 Forth S4 no Now at 300 MENS SUITS Worth 5 50 Now at 400 Worth 650 Now at 500 Worth 750 Now at 600 Worth 10 oo Now at 7 50 Worth 14 oo Now at 1150 Af Our WWer Dress Goodsh tj Worth 1j ynnl < i v f tOe V o hsirdle the fines fi he line of Fn 1 otds in town Conioand you will all go awayf satisfit thit you arc prolitted hy COUlllgn w KRUEGER 5 SONS 1 ny MT VERNON KYt Opposite Depot Near Pustoffice t 1 p HERE AreSomedfmyBest n fr Best Offers READTHEME V Cosmopolitan i yr St on Frauk Leslies Mmthly i yr 5100 My T Club price tor both 125 j B Everybodys i yr 100 Leslies or Cosmopolitan i yr 1 oo Mvb Club price for both i 25 n Review of Reviews i yr 250 Success lyr t bo Everybodys corh Cosmopolitan lyrIoo My Club prrce for all three 300I POLITICS AND POLITIC1 4SS i President Roosevelt receiver from the CZf a per > ma i caple nnsage 1 of New Year rretiugs The New Year s rtc...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 8 January 1904

MT VERNONSiGNAL MTVERNONSJGNALntht i FRIDAY TvNuvn S iyoi I > 1 Ptiblishcd every Friday by 1 EIGt1R s 1LBRIGH7 io t curroN ON YEfRSIOO1 4diuiij eli1fit 1 fl1111 tIU application VH05 J > L HOOIfK OfMercr ennntv if fl cann < at for Co x s iVdic Kighth nigtitet to sncoeol Hun C o Gjh cit eul > icct t < > the action of the crcratic ftcrty Your npjwt is earnest If suliiltw uThhtaHow How jnany hundreds of thous ands of people in the United Stat < S have been taker in and dune for during tie year justerded wesbul iiever know In closing oiit ah estate in Phnd < lphrr thc other day iJ no shares of stock in certain companies which had a ryarket vil ue of oyer 3 OOQ at the liRlU of the bl0111 brought thirty five cents Over 700 shares in another company atone lime quoted as wortji 2100 J broughti 10 WIsbaU 1earn 4of financial conditions that enabled these pretentious organ izationi to impose upon the ciedulity of hun dred of thousands of honest Ancr icans And would snclv...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 8 January 1904

y3 5 Lt 11 J I Ml VERNON SiGNAL t 100n t II Z9 Call up No 79 when von want to Conununl cwte With SIGNAL 91 f i = IT J1rn t t I JLoutsvctc l rloSHVILU R n Co I t i TIME TABLE > 4 north izc6 p m posedh Nicels < uth i2 n 1 s 5 Snuth 113 a nt TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 a errat the tit tcto + By Put > 5ce a ate ooClau mati matt rI Itl F S NA L r count11r marriI = I f Mrs ten Brown is much ira J j provedRe t ReMr ver sick C C Williams was in London J L Wednei dayyour uIr Kitv Smith is with home b I f > 1 ohfor short visit Mrs Neal Pa not t received verv a severe hum last weekmaid Ini Adout John Stewart of Vildie has enIj ten d school at this p1aceI Mrs S C Davis is numbered a among the sick this week li CC Stringer was down fromIt agEasU rn t Wednesday ed S2 M crs L iting herson Dr Lawrence I if A two year old boy of Bob Long c ofcroupI a vi ti Henry Cox and Joe Frost Jr f inve moved from Pine Hill to Mt < VernonPurc Mrs W J Rider left Tuesday aySee fusdayIrr Irr Califor...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 8 January 1904

x c > Z v rX TYx < 1 fp y t flm t nOSESj tr1 Z > o News of Progress of World J StEaic VorkIn Kentucky i t < s BIG APPLE AND PEAE DISPLAY r DISFLotvn t Lawn of Kentucky Building Sown In1 Y PBIue Grass Exhibits of omen s Work Arranged For Display of Hemp Broken by Machinery Beets Two Feet Long For the Exhibit Mr H K VhitcsJdc3 o Loiii ville the well known produce Hiau Has ought 10000 barrels of apples In T Henderson county where by the way fruit of tills kind seems to have flourished more than anywhere clsj 5n Kentucky this yearand fiftyfive bar rels are being culled from the entire < lot for Kentuckys horticultural dis play at the Worlds Fair nest year The varieties arc Ben Davis Wine Sap Winter Pearmain Black Twigs and Rome Beauty The fiftyfive bar r rels turned over by Mr Whitesides to the Exhibit Association have be < sn carefully wrapped In two different pa it perseach apple separately accord ing to instructicyj given ot bv Exro j sitlon officials rand have been...

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 January 1904

o Established 1887 ° 1S SUITS ANjiih 5 1 25 Now at 75013 iVoii bZ o Now at 135 Vtirtii 30i Now at 200 iirth S 4 io Now at 300 LIENS SUITS Vorth 65 50 Now at4oo Worth 650 Now at = fc Wrh 750 Now at 600 < knrtli4jNOW at 7 50 7 J Yrth Si j o Now at i 150 R + 1 lI ERE d L < 7 < t I3flui et l liRnll II Are Same Of my I Best Offers myI t READ THEM Cn mpoitan i yr Si oo Fratk Leslies Monthly i yr too My MJClub Club price for both 125 Every Imdvs i yr coo Leslies or Cosmopolitan i yr i oo My ylub price fir hoth i 25 Reviexv of Reviews i yr 5250 s t ccess r yr 100 Everybodys or Cmop ilinn i r Sr oo My Cuh pree for alltbree3 oo JpSiE E are only a few K yon dont see what you want send me jour list and 1v ill give you a Cutrate Club pjSer < v 7 v McKENZIC BROWN t 11rte fur toT Uatalo s5l Mt Vernon Ky IRE REV OSCAR M HUE Y IPastor of the Baf tist Clur II of S anfod who closed a series of forcibli e I and pleasing speaker andawys impreses his audience with tle true I el n res of his e...

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 January 1904

p r7 MT VEflNON SIGNAL I I FRIDAY JAITDAUY 15 3904 II I Published every Friday by bI 1 EDGAR S ALBRIGHT I tQol SUBSCRIPTION OHS YEAR IOO Dnr 4Jzerfising rates made known on j application I HON n L MOORE Of Mercer county is a candidate for Con gress It the Eighth district to saccsed lion G G Gilbet subject to the action of the Daniocratic party Your support is earnest If solicited ONirof the most harmonious po ltical gfitheitngs ever held as sembled at Washington City last Tuesday to select a time and name 1 place for holding the National Convention to nominate a candi date for President The ihree great cities otv our country New York Chicago and St Louis made u strong effort fOi the convention hut by a vole of 29 to 20 Sf Iouis won the honor The meeting was watL harmonious in every particular and I every delegate brought the glad I t tidings from his State that all wa = I Tpeace and harmony in the Demo cratic ranks A delegate from In diana in speaking of his own State said When we s...

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 January 1904

s ° S M r VtH ON IGNAL I i MT T ERNONKy JAN 15 1904 I I Z9Cull Cull up No 79 wher you want toCnnsnsunl cute with SIGNAL i 79 I e 1hc m and hc 1 Jal1 i LtUHVU1 a N ACHVIIXC M R CO at I lEI AWI 4l I2i6pl 137 a n 3nt i i p u 5 Suih is am will UsiLANDRtm Agent asyl Phone No 58 KK eral eriucelt will Cl 1tt PKKSOXAL he Dr J W Sims i h re t diy I or 1471 i 1 i > 1 1 1111 t 11 C t dl Vt > t VI Itaiixul i vtitii g lies th in 11 > i Th 111 vt y ioy with 1 pweu iuni frtris as 11r of VV T french clulm drrl l4 v IBCsl rot iV H JMics of Cutiwiv was her first ol the we k J4ii Cmntv Attiinie > L W Bethu rum vev sick with ftvcrsa i P < rir otttbsplendid Climax crop tnerch tin win h r Tuesday fai A new 7 lb girFarrived at Neal and Parretts edllesdaeeniuXlal Horsefly Jim Jones is making preparations to mote to Montana us Miss Stella McCflary of Stanford sel is the guest of the Misses Thomp ye son Miss Georgia McFerrou ws the guest of the Misses Thompson Sun day Mrs It J Bethqrum is visi...

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 January 1904

d r t L tl3 ts e iGlJar60 laM GUDitl i 0 By F H LANCASTER tBj CASTEki ooxcoN occco iCwpj right 1WJ by Iwtlljr Story Tab CoJ I 131 no work had never seemed BUT shameful to Marie before She had always toiled willingly at her fathers side at the Kiln or in the field Had Driven the steers that drew toe wood had dropped the corn and sacked the coal Ami her selfrespect had never suffered Cat hon neither had slip 11I lw ed the deem of her neighbors S They tountetlher a fine gal yas Slauilnis staunchly by a father not II S J < jr rong hy a mother burdened I with many small children Sawing 1 scrubbing rooking doing whatever her hand found to do and whateverI ly Generally dirty frequently tired but all out nlxvays bright and nell on I Sumday evening when the sun dropped behind the Pines and she sat i down on her steps to await Dimfiians 1 coming comingTien Tien When she caught the flash of his red tie as he swim from saddle and heard the creak of his intent Jf > tlprs ns he strodo Ill t...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 22 January 1904

Established 1887 SOYS SUITS Worth 125 Now at 75cts Worth 200 Now at i35 Worth 300 Now at 200 forth 400 Now at 300 MENS SUITS Worth 5 50 Now at 400 Worth 650 Now at i Worth 750 Now at 600 Worth 1000 Now at 7 50 VorthI4oo Now at 1150 T IGUUlt ert1 t jignll 1I I AH O uri Worth The per yard Now at lOe We handle the finest I line of Dress goods in town Come and you will all go nWfla I satisfied that you arc profitted by coming j KRUEGER SONS I 11 W MT VERNON KY i i v Opposite Depot Near Postoffioc j c h J LiD STOCK AND CROP Ih BEj1 Scotj shipped Saturday 122t fat sheep weight I2OJJ5 which i W cost 2C per pound and 20 lambs j pJ weight 77 flbs for which he paid jto 4j 6 Winchester Democrat I M J Farris sold to Ruble Bros m of Garrard couutYi4S ipolt Cllti I 1 tie at 3c They will be slopped i1t at the Curley distillery Camp Nel O sou Ky Danville Advocatei tl Forty years ago the farmers own In ed 55 per cent of the wealth of this 11 country but such has been the ad J vance manufacturing and...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 22 January 1904

1 a > MT VERNON SIGNAL = FRIDAY JANUARY 22 190 tj 0 190t Published every Friday by LyI ALBRIGHTl r SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO = Advertising rates made known on application = HON DLXOOllE Of Mercer county is a candidate for Con res in the Eighth district to succeed lion O G Giilteit subject to the action of the theest Democratic party Your support is earnest ly solicited solicitedTiil V Tim lineiior Journal has the following to say anent the pauper counties It is more than likely that frauds have been committed on the State treasury by rascals and mar nl thieves in criminal pru = eciilions = Slipshod county attorneys and atj torneys for the Commonwealth and VV VVignorant or conniving trustees of the jury hind have suffered wit vatthe nesses V to be summoned for the Commonwealth who were wholy ignorant of any fact solely for the t DiV sI have been killed in the presence of preseucgi a large number of witnesses and the slayer has been arrested and tried for killing John Smith the unf...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 22 January 1904

c J I I dS Ii MT VERNON SIGNAL I I Ai I a MT VERNON KY JAN 22 1904 I 79Can Can up No 79 where you emit to Conlmuni cut with SIGNAL 791 L 0I I s tWJ ag r W tWJ II Co b iLOOISVLlCN asHVIu t R R CO jloulvLlX CoII I TIME TABLE of 24 north 1206 p in 26 north 1137 a mof 23 south 129 p nat 25 SlUthh 113 a in TAS LANDRuai Agent so Phone No 58cc aeepr 4trredat the Ut Veroa Itr ptmce ai aee r motterag eacla mall matter ag5l 5l PERSOiAl SI I Mr R B Mullins has been ic1at s this week ab Capt A N Bentley was up from W Livingston yesterday be Miss Ellen Butner is visiting relatives in Brodhead Fe Mrs Sue Mullins was here be Ala tween trains Tuesday Or MulMns IMS returned Fla Reuben tram a trip to Harlan 20 Oscar Bryant has been working nights at East Bern > tadt us Mr and Mrs John Abrams were set here from Climax Tuesday yei Doe Bryant and family are visit ing relatives near Level Green Alex Wells has moved to the j Albright farm near Freedom FOR church and Ian Miss Sadie Martin was one of t t...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 22 January 1904

I S r ij 4 f Ia 5 1 d s It = fl i iff i > ii The Lieutenants Christmas Boxe i tDr F B REID ti00 svfj iN ij > N1N + N Nt CS trirJMSl > nan Storr r 1 > JV1lSS IBS FELICIA DE SMYTHS vas a aI flaUe on the nniier cinisi of saa irancisco society Her vnuu cuumI > o social eminenco could not be I disputed for the Pe Smythe family tree was traceable as far back is 1 S0 mat 1Vlicia herself was heiress to V V m immense fortune the foiircalion of j V which tad UOPH laid by De Smythe pere j ituuiy years rAloMs f > his ansiiters I lirillinnt 1kbttV IJy a hr1i1 lirncrial I vrtroite he had cornered ihe sosp marltct i V Va period wben taporulcCIH15 3111i OTher I I commodities were shipped thither j k arouml the Horn and lie had sold at a I V1 iromenLons profit The absence of soap t liad not embarrassed the population in V the least so far as its ai > lulor were V V concernnl but soap tras a ncc F5ty for V miners jeans and flannel shirts and to Be Smythe wisely held onto the ferI...

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 January 1904

1 t < d < t L d > iAftl5pe lundre d 4 l15 t 7 d d I 1 IF r4 r 1lSt 5 Per Hwre jrf lSwj t > YI raU adtru t sell this this season because we must i + re the room J j 1I f Chilled Plows and repairs all at vloT priees I Po tS that will improve your hou 8 e Come And get I price on game before baying j 1 > z Year lij3 Unfe gone = > nd passed end we aM well with bur trade during that year bpjt our trade httF iiwiut faxjh year and to nmkfs it better in 1904 thai ire 1R xiflt litcutfulPicture Frame > to our J h 4 1 month j 110i II I t t < Hl 1 r call UPPjICn No 8 7 and eve will it fgsj t J ai on you i KRUEQ ER < u SONj Eh 0 1tY L iI ERE AreSamiOf my EREt r Best Offers n1y REA THEM f ft rc < I I tM x tl oo Fr ak Leslies Monthly r yT pipo My fi y fr botH 115 yi I jfrjti < H > i esl tsXor Gosmppplitan i yfr tf i 00 Mv 1 t for bet I 125 Reviews i yr aa Success t ytoo Bv tJJbo y s rl itta i y r f I pp J IyClub pr p f rIIUp1ree39Q iwoiiyAl w > i7 4os si wliai...

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 January 1904

tc c 4JA t J itRI JANUARY 29 1904 = Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALm JGHfl P f t tt SSCRIPTI6N N1i fff R r ioo s ft 2i < Jv Yli tlcttM jlf4i1ctiiiliJ olli 0 I j d1PlpJflOlz < I < ryT I r r = 4 c IN D JJsiOOR Of Mercol cmintyi n rilllt iol Oon cress la tliS Eighth district to succeed Hoi L G C r GIH > efi t gaiii6jC to flVe actibn of the Democratic pnrty your support is earncst Ir solpjted n 1 S1tNVlOR McCREzkR cot 1tTI ilt ing on the coming Presidential eec j I tiontsaith I 4 < If ar JJ1aVC a nyI success in fhe coining presidential t eltctioii the democratic party > rtiti Makeup the questions that oiyjrbu us today and in addition we musi l have both conservatism and Kar mon3 I feel quite sure that the democrats of my state whp redeem ed themselves in the last national election would much prefer 1 this I year to go into the fight on Five is sues With a strong earnest and conservative candidate who will harmonize the party and a plat form covering the questions ...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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