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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 4 March 1904

i > 9 I YOUNG SCUND LINGS I EXPERIENCE IT is not probable that young Scund ling ever gambled in his life before unless perhaps at school he played marbles for keeps lie was a well conducted and industrious young 111 punctual in his attendance at tjjeof fice and with a good capacity for uusi ness His salary was small and the consciousness of this made him carry his natural modesty to an extreme but utu he lived within his means and even put a trifle aside for a rainy day That was Scundling The way it came about was that Plimson the outoftown order clerk had come into possession of a one fifth ticket of the Honduras Lottery company guaranteed by the Honduras government He had Invested two dollars in this security but as it was nearing the end of the week and his finances were at a low ebb he proposed to make up a pool of eight among his I fellow employes which would bring his and their Interests to the modest amount of 23 cents each which seemed less like plunging Scundling shook h...

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. — 11 March 1904

a Established i887 ut II w J A115perwUnaPea Hundred Fbs I BONE MEAL X125 Per Hundred Pounds I I E want and must sell this this season because we must I have the room IIII Bissell Chilled Plows and repairs all at low prues Eagle PontS that will improve your house Come and get YOUR price on same before buying I The Year 1903 has gone and passed and we are well satisfied with our trade during that year but our trade has been growing each year and to make it better in 1904 than 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 willj be delighted to wait on you I KRUEGER SONS j MT VEKNONKY II i QUAIL E A Herrin is in Jellico now I Lee and Braugiton are running j t eir mill agamI I George Owens bought a fat cow i of Wm Doan for 25 i I A C Sowder and wife were inI this community S ndayj Stephen Proctor and family have I movtd back to this part from Wil Il ton I David Herrin has imigratcd from I Indiana arid is now...

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. — 11 March 1904

o MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY MARCH 11 1904 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR In ftJveHising rates made known o 1 application I t IfOX n I HOOltK 1 Of Merer county is a ramliilate for Coco cress ia the Eighth iHsttict to succeed Hon IL G Giiiieit subject to the notion of the Petiioonxtip pane Your Mijijmrth earnest j A Suiilllyd I MARTIAL LAW is Practicallyno opera ° ion in SIrin held 0 where ten companies of militia are on I guard to prevent further violengo goin The Mayor has issued a proclama J tion varning citizens to keep r ffl t the streets on penalty of arrest This is the result of the killing of a i policeman iu Springfield by a negro who ws taken from the jail by 3j mol of one thousand men hung to a ulegraph pole and complete 1 gitIle riddled with bullets It is a terrible thing asthe North to burn a big burly ntgto at the stake for assault ing a decent white woman in the heinl South but it is alright to mob Jiim for killing a policeman up North Th...

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. — 11 March 1904

n OLD MEN IN FINISH FIORTI I Aerd Philadelphian Axrec to Settle Property Dispute by a JTIstlo Encounter 1 and1 Cot Bill Calboun 70 years old and Nat Urlan S3 years old of Philadel phia are completing arrangements for a fight to tIle finish Thy Jive in ad joining properties in Norwood and arc I said to be on bad terms owing to the tact that TJrian has liiiHt his house ten feet I nearer the road than Oalhomrs front jiorcb i The maId crew out of a careless reI mark bv Calhoun thai he would lite to lilt on the gloves with a boy of his apeI Hriau promptly took him tip Col Calhoun 5s one of the wealthiest residents of Norwood He formerly r Uved In Philadelphia and once rcpre repreI councils Not I sented the First ward In long ago he defeated Samuel Parsons 22 years old In a 0yard dash Urian la a walltodo blacksmith and for injtuy years vas the champion wit4I iler of Delaware county Both principles were in the pink of condition when interviewed the other afternoon by a reporter Col Calhoun...

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. — 11 March 1904

1 if VERNON SIGNAL ifMT I MT VERNON Ky 11cii 11 1J041 IIl9 Coli up No 79 when you wnnt to SIGNALl91 cute with SIGNAL l91 1 j j a I t I LOUISVLLC NASMVILtL R R coy I TIME TABLE I north 1206 p m jfi north 137 a n > 3 south 129 pit a 15 Suith 113 a n TAS LANDKUM Agent Phony Xo 58 alrtertd e a + + 6e lL Vera Ir Pt oltrt a ee nalarmII matter PERSONAL Jack Adams vas at home Sun j j day dayAlex Alex Penuington has been very this week Judge P D Colyers family have measles I Everett Hunt has been quite sick I I but is better betteri > U G Baker is in Cincinnati I t buying goods i Mesbac Gentry has begun wok on his new dwelling O L Mason has gone to Bright Shade Clay cninty Mr and Mrs George Hiatt art I visiting in Garrard I Mrs Tho Cherry was the guen of Mrs J W Brown Jonas McKenzie is in Louisvillt this week buying goods Aunt Frankie Gentry is very se I riously ill with the grip I Judge W L Brown was dowi from London yesterday I James Bussell living on Rock I castle river is seriously...

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. — 11 March 1904

n OLD MEN IN FINISH FIGHT t AgorA Philadelphia Agree to Settle Property Dispute by a FUttc Encounter Col Dill Calhoun 70 years old and Nat ° Urlan 83 years old of Philadel WI phia are completing arrangements for a fight 10 the finish Tboy lire in ad joining properties in Norwood and are said to be on bad trrms owing to the fact that Trian has built his house ten feet nearer the road than Oalhomrs front j orcb The match grew out of a rarelwss re siiar1t iput rian promptly took him up Col Calhoun is one of the wealthiest residents of Norwood He formerly p lived in Philadelphia and once repreI sented the First ward In councils Not Nei long ago he defeated Samuel Parsons 22 year old In a 30yard dash Urian is a w lltodo blacksmith and for inftuy years vas the champion vres Her of Delaware county Both principles were in the pink of rendition when interviewed the other otheU afternoon by a reporter Col Calhoun had just returned from a tenmile walk Hesa rding my coming encounter wj th Nat 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. — 18 March 1904

if i Established 1887 1 COME = 11 1 ATT H C Jones attended court at S UJfl1rd Mnlh of H C Jones sold to Chint Lesr l his farm near here for 350 of 350I Rev Brocic of Copper Creek h attended church here Sundayc Born to the wife of Jeff Hold I c man ou Thursday last a girlc Messrs John and Robert Suinake ICI r targii t s of J M Lear and I w andI familyw J F Adams b s been quite = ick jj fur a few days with something like I e1 measles IJJ1 ma 1 ReY J C Carmical filled Us IM regular a ppoijU njeut < hererSaturdayjnj safuraRYl1 V andlSunday Elijah Owens was at Scaffold 01 Cane Friday to visit his daughter I if Mrs Frank Blazer ipi Mrs Wen Hysinger who bs hfoSltlbeu beu seriously ill for several months c continues to grow orseh c J J Smith who has been conCI n fined to his bed some time withn grip is able to be out again Mrs Lauretta Hiatt has been on the sick list for several days but is a slightly improved at present I H B McClary returned home I it from Louisville Monday where he we...

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. — 18 March 1904

I 1 I MT VERNON SIGNAL I FmDAY MARCH 18 1001m Published every Friday by yI EDGAR S ALBRIGHT 1 0b SUBSCRIPTION ONE YKAR SlOO ImoJ Advertising rates made known on application HON P L MOORE Of Mercer county is ucamlidate for Con grass ia the Eighth district to succeed Hon I GG < iiihct snlijwt to the action m thc 1I Democratic parts Your iiiport is carne t r oIIeitII TUERE are sundry withdrawals from the St Louis Exposition Russia sends word that she is other wise engaged New Hampshire withdraws because the people there take ro interest in the fnir and have as much as they can do to tPY their share of the ten million dollars voted by Congress to the show Hawaii sends word that she r 1 H too poor to exhibit tSE ATOR TELLER estimates that twenty millions of the government money will go to the lobbyists who itput Thats economical A similar deal cost the French people fifij irs i million dollar paid to newspapers and officials and then they got what inwas to others THE Breathitt county ...

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. — 18 March 1904

MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNoNKr MCH18 1904 9 Cull up So 79 when 9Cull you vont to SIGNALZ ctC with SIGNAL 79 I LOUISVLLC NASHVILLE R R Co I TIME TABLE 24 north 1206 p m 26 north 137 am j 23 south 129 p IP I 25 South 113 a m IAS LANDRUM Agent j Phoii No 58j urr4rt rht It wtew Kr Pest aLSct s re1 udI m1I manu PEKSONAL I Charley Syiupson is at home for a few days Born to the wife of R L Jones a girl babyt V R Beck has been on the sick j list for the past weekI Capt L C Smith has been SUf 1 fering with his eyes i Horsefly Jim Jones left Mon I day night for Oklahoma We understand Mrs Joseph Cof J fey ol near Wildie is very sick j Altvs C C Williams and J W J Brown were in Fankfort this j week i weekMiss Joan Craig is assisting Mrs j Sallie Williams in her millinery I store i storeCoon Brown has recovered from j his sickness sufficient to return to school I Jim ORear of Mt Sterling spent i several days with friends here this j weer i weerMiss Mary Colyer came Sunday i to be with her mother w...

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. — 18 March 1904

r I ri I J 4 THE IIIEVITABIiE 1 IITEVITABLEj I Oh this earth Is a very diKhfartening spbere Just why tras set pinnlnsTvas never A quite ciarI But it rushes through space on the can nonball plan I And we roor struggling mortals stick on Jf we rollI I Oh it turn on its axis to make night and oar AiiJ at every turn theres the mischief to pay But in spite of its changes its doubts and its fears Th re are laughter and sons that may con qur the tears So heres to the earth Both in sorrow and mirth We must sleep we must wake we must breakfast and sup with it Or pleasure it shows a deplorable dearth But its all that weve got So well have to put up with ltl The mire and the snow drift are thick on the land But alas were obliged to have some place to stand The wind fcake < o ir leth as we struggle ter breath But with no air at aI ne would all choke to death Oh the warmth is too hot and the coW is too chlll But without any weather at all wed be 111 L So lets beof cheer though these troubles ...

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. — 25 March 1904

rt gj lilt peh1u9 Established 1887 4 Ii + u + II 0 IICOME b J e < Inuui fletunu LOOK at or 450oul 3000111 200 our 130U1 our B100 skirts before buying elsewhere because we can save you moneyI WE HAVE A FINE ro LINE OF Dress and Waisf Goods F COM Ewe WM be glad to show you through onr stock raFF phone 8 7e will make pi ompt delivery pnOne 7 of all goods to any part of town F KRUEGER SONS MT VERNON KY POLITICS AND POLITICIANS William Jennings Bryan wrep j fortyfour years of age Saturday 1Henry B Ware of Frankfort i has been elected secretary of tpri f State Capitol Commission At the recent General Assembly 777 hills were introduced 257 in I the Senate and 520 in the House Ouly 140 were passed The total i amount appropriations made was j S r 442 ooo while requests for f g 41 7ooo additional appropriations i I were refused refusedI j j It has developed that the con fcience of Republicans at Coving rtoU Saturday night was for the pur pose of bringing about harmony I I between the two f...

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 1904

IIT VERNON SIGNAL = 1 PUIDAY MA1tciir 1904 Published ever Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR 1c I = i Advertisingrates made known on a aliotlI I i BOX n L JIOORFI Of ilprcer enuntria oaniliildte for any res in the Iiliili district to siirpeeil n n1 il i > fiiiltpji siihjecf to the uiMinn of the Y Iiemoer1 a party Your support is earnest j t solicited IT COSTS the Japanese about 950000 for every hour its earl ships bombard Port Arthur This I fleet carries a total of 17 12inchI guns and 186 3 inch guns hest desSt numerous torpedo tubes and small guns The 12inch monsters anis he fired every five minutes and last only 300 charges while the Siiwi gnus can he discharged everygo minutes and the 6 inch guns in onehal f that time and the 3 ii chto guns can be fired every 30 seconds oncls1Th The shells cost from 56 to 510 and torpedoes from 2500 to 5ode 50001At At these figures how long can the I war continue i If W R Hearst is the Democrat it nominee for President we sug U g...

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 1904

MT VERNON SIGNAL I MT Vl RNON KY MCH fI 19041 I IpZ9 Cull up Ne 79 wirer you wo nt to SIGNALZ cute with SIGNAL I 791 j 1 rLOUISVLLI I LOUISVLLC NASHVILLE R R Co I TIME TABLE j 24 north 1206 p m i III 26 north 137 am I 23 south 129 pnj 25 Smith 113 am 1 TAS LANDRUM Agent l Phone No 58 i no r ElltrrM lit Ihe III tefDW 1r Polt ole as ote anaclass IIIU matter PERSONAL Jack Lawrence is working nights at Sinks SinksMiss Miss Lute Moore continue about the same Logan Owens ode t daughter is very sick U G Baker was in Livingston yesterday G S Griffin was in Junction f City Monday MondayI D puty Collector W T Short was here Tuesday Sheriff H L Tate has been very sick for several daYS J Jand H H Wood are in Louisville buying gOlJdsI Mrs W M Poynter has been beenI very sick for several days Mr H J Mullins was in Frankfort fort and Somerset this week McKenzie Brown spent Sunday 1 with his mother at Stanford Atty B J Bethurum was in the city for several days this weekI Dr and Mrs Benton were gues...

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 1904

If EQUALITJ I < 10 not hold that I am as good As the sreatcEt of those fho rule 1 do not acknowledge that brotherhood Uincls me to the logue and the fool I do not claim that equality Exists for the sons of earth And 1 do not ask that the great may b As the outs who are little worth But I hold that the poorest the hum blest man Has the right to try to be great If he can Whatever may be his pedigree wherever he had bis birth The man Is a fool ays tl > proud gran dee Who holds that the bootblack there Has a Godgiven right to be classed with me And I hold that It isnt fair To say that he is my equal who Ooes lurching In drunken ways Who never has had the wish to do Aught worthy of peoples praise It is vain 10 insist that the worthies clown Is the equal of him that looks proudly down From the height that is gained by the fa vored few whom the Lord has been pleased to raise Hen never have claimed and they never will claim That he who has gained the top Who has taught the worl to res...

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 1904

puIlIuI14S l YIII Established 1887 r 4 t r t 0 T > L1oun1 Ttnnii igIIJ = Charles Carroll allowivig the ad1 I jnUuit general two assistants at 3000 and noo each i G T Farris requiring non res ident individuals to designate resi dent agent upon whom process it may be served eCaswell Prewitt making it a fel i ony to steal chickens to the value ofr I ofrJ J CinipiHI Canlrill ppropria tng 12357 64 for deficit at House Reformve e I ReformNat 1 Nat A Porter giving osteopaths lipmeopaths representation on State i I elBoard of Health i e i eeG W Richardson assessing tax of 50 cents on batrels iif taxi whisky and 25 ecu Is on portions of j T barrels I I W A Byron appropriating V 20000 for statute of pproprJtingl countys I seminaries to dispose of property for benefit of school propertyI C D Sublett providing for per j petuation of testimony relative to title to land toI ICharles Carroll directing thattl I county seminaries be reimbursed I I for over pavment of taxes I 1 W B What assigning ...

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 1904

MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY A PHIL 1 1904 j Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT I I SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO I I Adverlilingues made known on application I I i HON 114 3100RE ntlnrcf county is candidate for Con I revs in the Eighth district to succeed Hon O O Giihrct subject In the action of the Democratic party Your support is rarnrst I srlicillI I I PROSPECTS of Hon Harvey I Helm being made the nominee for I Congress in this district grows brighter daily The clean manly I i course he has taken in the race has made him staunch friends all over 1 the district who will stand by him j through thick and thin Mr Helm I has not had many years experi I ence in Congress nor does he own j plantations in other States but he I j lias the good will of the boys in I the trenches the bone and sinew of I the democratic party and he will II get their Yates to a man Unless all Sign fail Hon Harvey Helm I of this place will represent the Eighth district in Congress after March 4th nextInterior J...

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 1904

J < MT VERNON SIGNAL I A j lIT YEmwN Ky Ant 11904 i 79Ca1l Ca1l UO No 79 when on ant to SIGNALZ cut with SIGNAL 791 II J G 1f rn ILOUISY LLE NASHVILLE R R CO i p 1 TIME TABLE 24 north 1206 p IT 26 north 137 a n 23 south 129 p ir 25 South 113 a u IAS LANDRUM Agent Phnn No 58j j totertaAttheultVera Ky Pot e eewee 010 mall matter PERSONAL Mrs J iV Brown is vjsiting in Louisville Mrs Cleo Brown spent Sundae night with homefoll Charlie Vanhook has quit rail roading and gone to farming I Albert Allen brought in some r rich ore from his neighborhood yesterday which contains zinc and lead I leadMr Mr Hatcher of Hazel Patch who bought the Dick Nicely farm S near Level Green moved to itJ Venesdaysh Wallace McWhorter left Tues day for Williamsburg where he J will have charge of an extra gang 1 His family will go right away The writer is under obligations to that excellent clerV Georgev Childress in Chenault Evansc s > re Orlando for favors entended We understmd that W F Mc c Clary has so...

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 1904

s 5opoaQQOh Cash Given Away 10 Users of LION COFFEE We are going to be more liberal than ever in 1904 to users of Lion Coffee Not only will the LionHeads cut from the packages be good as heretofore for the valuable premiums we have always given our customers but In Addition to the Regu af Fi Premiums the same LionHeads will entitle you to estimates in our 5000000 GwI Prize Contests which will I make some ot our patrons rich men and women You can sand hi as intiyt mates as desired There will he TWO GREAT COM7El > TS The first contest will be on the July 4th attendance at the St Louis World Pair the second relates to Total I I Vote For President to be cast Nov 8 1904 zUUCIClU > will be distribute ia el1 of these contests making m 4000000 011 the two and to make it still mare interesting in addition to this amount we will give a I grand First Prize of 11080 Five LionHeads IFive cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a 2 cent stamp entitle you ICoffee in addition to the reg I ular free...

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 April 1904

i f = 1sta b i isha i887 rt U = I Ir > e l 1IoUII lertla I of officers in y appointment truant nl theehtks of the iiist ernntJ tliinl I and fourth classes to compell the d attendance at school of children between the ages of 7 and 14 years of J M Alverson making it a felo deadlyt deadlyI v R W M iller prohibiting the J j hunting of rabbits and squirrels be I tween September 15 and November I 15 of each v ar rj Same prohibiting the sale or transportation ofwild turkeys quailat j I within the State of Kentucky W F Klair changing the name > of State insane asylums to hospit Iof alsI E K Renaker requring that the records of the survey made by I the county surveyors shall he pre preI srvedd I sfedLuby Hargrove providing that I the session of circuit court in Ful j ton county shall alternate between isFulton which is the largest town and Hickman the county seat thatu when copies of the Kentucky re ports in any county court house are burned or destroyed they shall he replaced by the ...

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