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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 5 February 1904

c it established 1887 t pllllT 1 t D uJ1 4k j3JD3DPRINP1 qi i t Aty Y y y 1tr < r f u onnl n I I i f n I if 11 i 1 v ffJ I 4iouuti i 3 t gJlt t A j FerfiJizerAf115 per e Hundred rbs BOJE MFAf I25 Per undred r WEIttL Pounds WE wait and must sell this this season because we must j huve the room Bissell Chilled Plows and repairs all at low prices E = yt yr ta YOUR price on same before buying s JThe Year 1903 has gone and passed end we are jrell a satisfied with i our trade during that year hut our trade has 1 been growing each year and to make it better in 1904 than r ever before we will give 1p Beautiful Picture Frame to our e cash customers at he end of each month b So call up Phone No 87 and we will ti b be weighted to wait on you by o KRUEGERSONS I MTVERNONRY w i 4 Y1NClfB I6R Ulr > er FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS Its not sentimentthat makes the most successful shots shoot s Winchester Factory Loaded Shells Its the re sults they give Its their entire reliability even o ness ...

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. — 5 February 1904

t > I i h MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY FEBRUARY o 1901 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT r fielftTBSCRIPTION Advertising rates made known on x 1 aftdlicationno f i HON D L MOORE i + Of Mercer county is n candidate for Con r cress ii the Eijjhlh district to mccecil Hon > 1 G G Gilhest subject to the action of the i o Democratic party Your snpportls earnest k t Jy Boliciled Pr > A FEW PLAIN FACT xrr rA V Right at thepresent thereis con 84L tl T gressioaal district among the can canl J ed candidates Gilbert Hp lm and Moore There is going to be n partP of some to change the present State Central Committeeman Chinnand v J Executive Commitfeeman Mor r ban and they may possibly lose their heads It is generally believeW that Judge Bell of Mercer the home s of Col Moore has appointed all of 0 his Commissioners and Trustees of rjury funds in Uoyle Garrard Mercer Jcer rn cer and Lincoln all of which are i n the 8th Congressional district wit Ii the sole object and purpose of con t...

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. — 5 February 1904

i I J 1 r l 1 V RNON SiGr AL My VERNO1r Ky iEn 5 > 1904 II i Z9Cnll = Cnll Uf > No 7Q whet nu vM n 1 to C iimii tnte with SIGNAL 79 1 I l Q I illI 6 > dI j I TIME TABLE > 4 north 1206 p ni 26 north 1378 mil 1 py ir j 25 Satht 113 a rat > TAS LANDRUM 111I P 1It No 58 t 4tcrrd rbeityrre Ry tat Birenre d4 toil matter j Inl S u 1 Jim Proctor is cow located at I Lily j j W T Davis has resigned as uarll Shall II V r I > R Brown ha another hay at j his hou e John D Miller is with homefolk I this week t Jack Adams was doowu from t I Wiltqn Sunday I MissIda May Adams has re turned to Mt Vernon I II Attorney L R Hughes was up l from Stanford Sunday I Representative V A B Davis J spent Sunday at home it C M Cnnmins has moved to It Mrs Georgia Rices property f b 1 e < dames Beck Ballard and My YIer r tl Mis Lute Moore is no bettertl She is in a very serious condition 1 Conn Brown was home from J Central University a few days this I week thisI Lee Chestnut made his stay at v...

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. — 5 February 1904

THE HUNTERS MONTH TftIfh lr IDre Game nefatr SblpP4 tu the CHles Krleudly Camera Protect Wild Life For a great part of the country the hunting season has opened In a little while one will begin to see in the paperTh Thfigures game shipped from each station on cer rata railroads which reach the big woods Jo sensitive persons says the Youth Companion the numbers are appallirg k and the sights In the baggage cars would carcaseY s Y se i of deer and of an occasional moose are k Idled one above another almost to tbo 1roof and amcng them are many docs 7 and fawns Yet before the passage of adequate same laws the conditions wer worse Deer were shipped by tbj I i schooner load from Maine to Boston apd I birds by the barrel There are still t < 01 many far too ninny hilled hut tV number te lessoning Nature study in the rchools and th manufacture of gccJ cameras wbcli can Iwi stiid at a for price have rono ranch to protect the lives of animals sF + Those stories of the woods which siv F wild...

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. — 12 February 1904

r j 1fii r Established EstablishedI887 1 Fem LerAt I At p115 per 1 Hundred Fbs j I > S NE LPounds ° I 1 II j 0 N WN E wait and nust ell ills this season because we must I I hnve the room I < Bissetl Chilled Plows md repairs all at low priees t Eagle Pants that w11in prove your house Come and get 1 YOUR price on same le < n > buying The Year 190j has gone and passed and weare well I Satisfied with our trade during that year but our trade has been growing each year and to make it better in 1904 than e ever before we will give a Beautiful Picture Frame to ourt cash customers at the end If each montht So callup Phone No 87 and we will > C be delighted to wait on you KRUEGERSONS J lTVEHiOXKY t j KISSED AS A LOST BROTEEIL 1 Divinity student Iran Novel Siira 0 ricucc In Jlo1ehln11oom d + In Chieto I Edward 0 Lansing of LocUport N Y who is a divinity student at the Me V Cormicsc Theological seminary says Cacao women have a way of accost Jill strange men that is amazing Toa pr...

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. — 12 February 1904

> MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY FEBRUARY 12 1904 Published every Friday by w EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application HON i > L MOORE Of Mercer county is a candidate for Con press it the Eighth district to succeed nun G G Gtibeit suhject to the action of the Democratic party Your support is earnest ly solicited THE Senate Committee on In ternal Improvements has with the I J unanimous concurrence of the full membership made a favorable re port on the Shadoan turnpike bill and expressed to the Senate the opinion that the measure ought to pass While the bill is a lengthy one with reference to all the details it covers the principal purpose proposed is the construction of turnpikes between all county seats in the mountains of Kentucky No State appropriation is provided but the respective counties are required to furnish the money With ths exception of the fund which will be gotten from the sale of county public lands made seventy years ago 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. — 12 February 1904

r 1 VERNON SIGNAL 11TVERNoNKT FEB 12 1904 I 9 Gill up No 79 when 9cU Mr unt to SIGNALZ9 cate with SIGNAL 79 Q Ib GI I t CIe I IeI TIME TABLE 74 north 1206 p m 26 north 157 a m 23 sc uth i9 P 11u 25 South 113 am s TAS LANDRTJM Jgent Phoje No 58 llateredt the ift Vt r Sf Iotllic + itr audlau matt atter PE1hf i N A Ls SQ Will JOnes has returned to New in York U YorkA A large crowd attended court Monday w Mondayr1 I Cil vG Welsh of Stanfoid is here today L T Stewart was reported very thisweeki Pe Supt CrM Bollard is in Lex re ington to day ca Will So ien and David Griffi 81 were here yesterday ca mi Dr M Pennington will return from Philadelphia Sunday dBr and Mrs Cooper are guests na of Mr ard Mrs F L Thompson fd Mrs Jarvis is with Judge Jarvis re They are stopping at the Millet House HouseJohnNevius John Nevins and Lawrence Van arsdali1 of Stan derc here Ivthis this week Mrs Sue Butner formerly Of w Wildie is now living at Kingston Madison rounty c Tle Misses McFerron were W guests of ...

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. — 12 February 1904

r 4 s r 2 1 WORLDS FAIR I FNEARLY READY II Plans For Installing Exhibits Complete and Work IsI Being Rapidly Pushed Transportation Companies Have Solved the Problem of Caring For I Increased Freight Traffic TraflcI WIlH ITH the opening Uaya of 1004 work on the Louisiana Purchase Exposition jass < 5fl into the last stage that of installation of ox blblts and ueauuryutg Yet progress on these final touches has kept pace with the work of con struction for a major portion of the last twelve months so that the line of cIe markation between actual building op erations and final endeavor is dllTictilt to indicate Thus even while roofers were employed on the Palace of Ma chinery the great steel cirue itself nn exhibit was swinging parts of engines that might well be called mammoth into position so that the dawn of 1U04 yr 1at1CIJAISIN8R6 rXLIIrri4rYnO i + 01ttPC6 litECTIUCIir UO1LDLNG WORLDS JItoIJDBI shows nearly nil of these modern crea tors of force in position And so it is on Agricult...

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. — 19 February 1904

< Established 1887 I Ferfinzer > 2 trA i ff z ni i L > 1 i J1 < 4 f J i 8UI1ernIdI i1jl11 1111 a Af X115 per Hundred tbs 30l E iEAl a25 Per Hundred j i 4l l LPounds Pounds rJ L vu t and must sell his this season because we must V lllUSjhwe have the room BssftU ChiMed Plows and repairs all at low prices 3fi PO th < yir ova your house rome tndnt V fin H plt oi 8lIh v > i buying Vie Year 193 li LUcud passed and eve are well fc sitisnYd with our trade dt ring that year but our trade IINS been growing each year and to make it better in 1904 than ever before we will give n Beautiful Picture Frame to our cash customers at the end of each month So call up Pon e No 87 and we will e delighted to wait on you KRUEGER SON MT KK0 > IvY Judge Martin L Jarvis Our new CircuitJudge and who is proving himself an able ablejlIst i e + mty is thirt six y irs of age and with the exceptiorrof Judge I StateHis His early life aft afterfinishing his education was spnt a < a teacher 1 a...

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. — 19 February 1904

I MT VERNON SJGNAL FmDW tOOI FRIDAY FEBRUARY 19 1904 > Published every Friday by I I i EDGAR S ALBRIGHT j ALDRIGITI = I 0I j SUBSCRIPTION ONE flU 00 IOO Jla I Adlcri ing talcs made known an application = 1 lION D L MOORE I 11IC 1 jrrossj J the Eiitli tiistrict to succeed lion ii GGiil 5Jt subject to the action of t IICI liein4 rat r party Your support varnest nrnestlI = = r TN v ixTiiHViEW in Louisville J Hoi John 13 Thompson of Hsr r1rcd5bu ro < l burg said As no tiurr who has not iwicc voted tor McKinley is a Democrat I am no longer a Democrat Nevertheless I believo tiu Kentucky klcganoii to tlie thtI next National Democratic Conven tion will be instructed not to vote lteIi for any man as the parlys oindi I date for President who is not w Oils I ling to say he uHl h elected uai liefi ptC or as Secretary of the Treasury For I hold that all the prosperity is j due to Mr Bryans campaign of 1806 which compelled the Repnb i Jjcn to increac the curreuc3 per capita from iS to p1he ...

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. — 19 February 1904

y Vu 1 tde M T VERNOIi SIGNAL iT VERXONFrt 19 1904 l 9 i Coll up Na 79 When yott onl to SIGNALZ cute with SIGNAL ze R lLOUISVLtC4N SHVILLCR R CO I TIME TABLE t ivirth 1206 p m iTsi IL3 a m j 3 Muth 129 p t1 I 5 South 1117 a m TAS LANDRUM AI ent Phone No 58 Rteredii the Nt Vero ir Pototlice a u e a d matt matter = FE11S03AL f Judge Alcorn is here today Rev R B Mahoney was here hereI i this week W J Sparks was in Lou ville Tuesdaysheriff < sheriff H L Tale is able D be t oat again Editor E C Walton was up froT Stanford Monday Mrs Cle > Bwn is with home folks for a few days D C Pavne ws up from Crab a Orchard Wednesday Mrs Ann Fish we under and is in very poor health Login Ls nn was here ieT Somerset Wednesday yei with a risiiii in the ear v I udhe Sec tr f VV nrlicslef i WI ht t 1i1t tHd t I i Eae e 4tiIIiiia Vs at h liltI from Cenirai U i + erst tlis week I Uncle John Pennington of Lang I < ford Station his heen quite ill for yL Ipast three week v1 Miss Mattie Clark of LouKi...

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. — 19 February 1904

r T THE GREATEST WONDER From AH the World Have Come Won ders to Make Man Cry In Amaze ment When He Visits St Louis This Year Since long before the Christina era when Antipatcr of SItlon enumerated seven great works that subsequently became the Seven Wonders of the World wonders have been accumulat lug until their number has become not only seven times seven or seventy times seven but hundreds yes thousands times seven Every grout modern bridge is a won der of the world So is every great power engine mountain climbing rail mail or modern hoteL And the greatest wonder of nil great er than any of yesterday and today is the Louisiana Purchase Exposition This is because It combines the great ness of all the others and because those others were instrumental in bringing it to a state of completeness In order that the whole world should participate in thb centennial display the wonders of the steamship of the J locomotive of the cable of the land telegraph of the telephone were brought Into...

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. — 26 February 1904

7t > t i < Established 1887 w 4 c t 0y 1j dUn it Ietn tl i u4L FerlifizerAi 115 per I Hundred Tbs j BONE MEAL sl25 Per Hundred Pounds IE E want and must sell this this season because we must mustlhave Bissell Chilled Plows and repairs 111t1 low prices i Eagle Ponts that will improve your house Come awlgit I YOUR price on same before buyingI The Year 1903 has gone and passed and we are well j satisfied with our trade during that year but our trade has 1 been growingelch year and to niako it better in 1004 than ever before we will give a Beautiful Picture Frame to our caslu customers at the end of each month So call up Phone No 87 and we will be delighted to wait on you KRUEGER SONS I t MT VERNON KY COBB WILL NOT BUN i J Ten Cobb of Richmond Ky Bounty attorney of Madison was in the city this morning on busi I ness Mr Cohla name has been j quite prominently mentioned in i J connection with the Democratic i i nomination for Congress in the I t i Eighth district A Lender reporter 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. — 26 February 1904

MT VERNON SIGNAL I 1 FRIDAY FEBRUARY 26 1904re Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRiGHT j SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application i ICON J L 3LOOIIK 1 Of Merver county is u candidate for Coni gress i1 the Eighth district to succeed lip 11 t i G Giilicit subject to the notion of the t Democratic party Your viijipnrti earflcst I v solicited solicitedThe The trial of A C Adams at Cyn j thiana Monday on the charge of swearing falsely in the Jett White trial resulted in a sensational con fession by the defendant Adams told the jun thru he was induced to testify in behalf of Jett ana I White through bribery and threats on his life coming through George Bowling His statements implicat ed James Hargis Ed Callahan and andII R F French He was given one year in the pennitentiary It has been known by the general alat public from the very hour that Marcum was assassinated that there weie more than one or two men j connected and the ones at whose door suspicion has...

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. — 26 February 1904

ri r VERNON SIGNAL M T VrRNON JL FEB 1901 zsCall Call up No 79 when you WanttoCnmmuni cote with SIGNAL 791 r fu I LOUISVLLC NASHVILLE R R Co TIME TABLE 24 north 1206 p m 26 north i37 a m > 3 south 129 p ir 5 S uth h 113 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phon No 58 rtcredattheMtVernr IJ Pet Rce n ace aacLee toad aattef PERSONAL B F Sutton is very sick Conn Brown is on the sick list Dick Welchs children have mea sles sesSber Sber Mullius was reported ver sick yesterday Mrs Georgia Rice is numberer among the sick Harry Chasteen moved to th country Wednesday Hon W A B Davis was a home from Frankfort Sunday Mrs Jane Bloomer is visiting her sister Mrs Matilda Houk Jack McMullin who had his leg broken some time ago is about able to be out again Mr and Mrs W H Hranuatr are visiting Irand Mrs Green Bryant at Corbin Cashier W L Richards and lit tle son Ramie are in Gallatin county this week Mr Hugh Robinson of Indian apolis is here visiting his daughter Mrs V R Beck Luther Manors wife and two daughter...

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. — 26 February 1904

flatter I i rof Years I By H L MARRIN R P Cij yrJzit 1X0 1 > J Daily Story Fob coomother rs sister who disliked Kate Mur I HIS dock for reasons best kn own to iterreif was continually saying spite 1 ful little things about girls who raised senorations of young menr Tvhlch is F nrrally considered to be abom as 1ii lug a thing as one yannaI woman can say about another J1Bt Bat ihh made no difference to poorif Pick except to make him rather moremake piuUtmrg aril in make hint in ore fro quriilly dream of Kates hIm c aree and sww fate and to mak him try with orntr 5ligfla but poorer vSf J > to feel eI that she vas 2J > rose < ii ngc thatrhle i pfw bad J tin iu society before lie bad tune into ten triu = or j Tic used o remember with a lot rn t fcmmoiit how sho Bail in reality lit1 > crally tralncu hits How one nitbtand vhon they were In the gar lj to 1 11IrI IrIe ia < i slvai i er a t M sac > mid if she hadnt suggested the jirt y I Iteh thnt should have pnne wILt if...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 4 March 1904

= Established 1887 II wg want and must sell this this season because we must have the room Bissell Chilled Plows and repairs all at low prices Eagle Fonts that will improve your house Come and get YOUR P riot on same belore buying The Year 1903 has gone and passed and we are well satisfied withour trade during that year but our trade has been growing each year and to make it better in 1904 than i ever before we will give a Beautiful Picture Frame to our cash customers at the end of each month So call up Phone No 87 andwe will be delighted to < wait on you KRU u ER SONS MT VERNON KY jIacy7 EIA rmS VIA QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE 1 ro1i 1st za ic115th I From Cincinnati Junction City and Intermediate Point SI73DONE ONE WAY I S1585 ONE WAY > < 3T 4 0 ROUND TRIP Pecos Texas IPecos points on Pecos Sol s l tem A BACHELORS MISFORTUNE Dear Mr EditorI am obliged to tell you that you have played the dejJI was going playedI something stronger For Heaver sake keep all this leapyear propo sals ...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 4 March 1904

< o e > MT VERNON SIGNAL I Fiaiui MARCH 4 1004 i I Published every Friday byI EDGAR S ALBRIGHT I i SUBSCRIPTION ONE YKAK IOO Adverthing rates made known on application I icaliollI lON U IJ MOORE Of Merr cotirtv iiainiiUJnU fur Con yres > ii tIll Eighth difsrrfct I succeed Hon I H Jiiiurtt snhjss In ilit utintj of thc liftnonii tune Vl1 Mimiort h eanirtt sulreittt Senator Hebtr5i1 e has 1dc d oer the tra e < tiul doeseai pull with th = iHhuinisUalinii lie has lraxele rxirnsiveivtii Rush and iiV declares that the people are deeply I moral atitl that thc r rciijo < uuj sists in the practical doing of g od A Rufsian he tells our corres pondent > never more h ppy than when he is hdpiii sotre one in neej Thv pre idling wh ci 1I olKtents New liiiiluidirs vnil d fall short of the mark in hol Rus sia It is their profound rcligit us convictioiis which makes theiLH tolerant of the Jev < Wuv should mM the Porto KS 2ir cnns have eilhtr the statehood of the indeptnusuce which...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 4 March 1904

I II M r VERNON SIGNAL i IT VEUNON KY MCll 4 19O 1 j I I Z9CBtt Cft1l up > ioi79 when 9Cft1l you vtraril ti > Cnrnrnunl cute with SIGNAL tgI JI 1 IOWVl LG I NALNYIIL n n Co I TIME TABLE m1 north 1206 p m s6 north Il37 a m 3 south 129 p ir 5 South 113 a ni JAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 vereeettke rttj qy Peltller u uc eetlee mall outer PERSONAL Dr Dais says Felix Bowman has pneumonia pneumoniaMr Mr John W Miller wasout from Lancaster Itsttrda Vic Brwn was at home front Her a Allege Sunday Vssxjda M y Ad IDS will leav t MIH tag ht for St L > iiis al > via lid I J Cttinuiiis is is iti jsmv in Mt Vcrnon Ms oniclins Towery has returned turned to her home at Wildie J E HMik went to Louisville Wediicjtday to buy Spring goods Ro j and E A Cox are in Louis vile buying their Spring goodsS A W Soward of this office has bean t ely sick for the past week Quite s number of the school boys are boarding with Mrs Jones Horace Benton leaves Sunda x night for St Louis where he tviti enter ...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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