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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 2 February 1906

fk Y n 4ietunu Magazine SectionFebruary 2 1906 Pages 1 to 4 BANK NOTE EXPANSION UHF NATIONAL ESTAB ISHED SINCE REDUCTION OF REQUIRED CAPITAL nprecedened Increase of Insti tutions and Consequent Expansion of Bamc Note Circulation May Cause Depression f There Is a boom In the organization if national banks It has been in pro press for five years or ever since the as sage by Congress of the act permit ing national banks to be organized I rith a capital of 25000 instead of he minimum of 100000 capital as the aw stood prior to March 1900I Though the multiplication of email i ational banks has been going forward t a startling pace it is only recently hat the great increase in the number < f new banks has begun to impress it elf on farseeing financiers as exces ive It is felt that the unprecedented ncrease in banks and the consequent ixpansion of national bank note cir elation has either gone so far or soon nay go so far as to constitute a na lanaI menace There are many financiers who h...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 2 February 1906

age reservoir built there not only for the benefit of Wyoming but for Ne braska as well The Secretary has set I aside 2250000 for the Shoshone I River Wyoming project and 3330000 for the Pathfinder project on North Platte River to be partially expended for the benefit of Nebraska Thus about 15 per cent of the entire re clamation fund will be laid out in Wy oming although she has contributed only about 4 per cent of the fund Scenes along the Platte and the So shone canyon are among the wildest and most picturesque in AmericaI Second to Wyoming comes the terri tory of Arizona with the great Salt River project at an estimated cost of about four million dollars requiring upwards of 9 per cent of the entire reclamation fund although Arizona has contributed less than 1 per cent It is stated by the engineers that the opportunities for water storage in Ari zona are next to Wyoming the best in the arid West while the soil of that territory is not only extremely fertile and lying at a moderat...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 2 February 1906

LiByredenc1 WM chell 1 ntlnnv v n Some years since there was no little excitement throughout the South caused by the announcement that monkeys had been proved to be Wholly capable as cotton pickers and of course much cheaper than native labor All sorts of stories were in the air some partly true and many wholly false until finally some newer and later sensation relegated this one to forgetfulness A couple of years since I received I a visit from my old California part ner who had settled in the South and now owned one of the finest small plantations in the State From him 1 heard the story first hand as he him self was responsible for it As we sat around the blazing log fire in my Virginia home and smoked and talked of our early days in Cali fornia and the Territories he sudden ly broke out into his hearty laugh and said Fred did you ever hear of my monkey trade and how they picked my cotton for me and raised merry iiob all through our part of the state I replied that since he asked ...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 2 February 1906

From time to time the United States Department of Commerce and Labor has received reports from its various consuls in Germany giving accounts of a meat famine in the Faderland The scarcity of cattle in Germany is probably due primarily to the strict laws of that country forbidding impor tation of live stock from countries in which certain animal diseases are known to exist The elaborate and complicated system of inspections and prohibitions imposed upon the impor tation of meats and domestic animals by the m ew meat inspection law of Germany which went Into effect a few months ago had the effect of increas ing the prices of pork beef veal and mutton by diminishing the available supply On account of a few cases of Texas fever which existed among the cattle coming from the southern and Western part of the United States live stock from this country are excluded similarly because cases of foot and mouth disease were known to exist in Russia Denmark and Sweden cattle from those countries...

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. — 9 February 1906

ot Published Every Friday Q ri i w is y 4 i jJ4ounI etn t il1nal I rip d 4 JIS D = n nn I I I 0 I fr CPSn9 I rsJ li ipi 1li t t I I 11 9 11 1 i I ll n hDI 1 yI I trl a w I r I tt1J rn i 14 1 1 A blig tl t t 1 tJ I J L jtrJ t r cs JI Calicoesr ti cts Granulated Sugar per lb Scts No i Flour per sackc s I Diamond Roasted Coffee 15 cts I Children and Misses l JaI IU S E I1N cts u Your UARTR Wortn Fifty Lents Here h Ail Clothing and Ji1 11 ats t o be closed out at J prices that are never 0 matched o I 6wOOUGLAS SH05fOP CK1pN AS9 eO 0r t S 5 OOS4 O l iZ f 0 J t r 25O 2j9 3 i < it 1 U o a B b > cf 1 5 iff S1 5II J CltT i TE tB i 9 HI JJ 25 II iSi i uh1 0 3 tS 1 3 rINTN NlilfV9 MADE rP ta Est hAtD It will pay you to examine the W 1 Douglas shoes and see for yourself that they are just as good in every wayas those for which you have been paying i35 to I 7 For style com fort and service they cannot be surpassed bJ custommade custommadeshoes shoes I FCR SALE BY S11idI m FORT Std l ail Dr...

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. — 9 February 1906

w I w u tiL i r tl WIT VERNON SIGNAL > FRIDAY February 9 190G Published every Friday by EDGAR S byI I tooI SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR J > too I i Advertisirtq rates made known on application 1I MORDECAI Williaiis in the Bath I County Vorld announcing that he i is through with politics says i 11 am now only a candidate for heaven and dont want an early election It is a grave question 0 whether or not one who has spent one half of his life in politics can during the other 11f sufficiently repent to receive the reward THERE i > a hill before the Leg islature to add to the Seventieth Legislative district the counties of Clay and Leslie which would make te district composed of Clay Les lie Laurel and Rockcastle It is said that the Pullman Car Company will issue no more free passes but it is too much to hope that they will pay their porters suf ficient salary to make them inde pendent of tips POLITICS AND POLITICIANS I The Democrats Tuesdao began taking evidence in the contest for t h...

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. — 9 February 1906

V i I 7y r MT VERNON SIGNAL II MT VERNON KY Feb 9 1906 II A 79Call Call up No 7Q when you want to Connnuni cater with SIGNAL 79 0Gi = I tou is v LUC NASHVILLE R RCo TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 24 north 3320111 23 south 124 p IP 21 South 1236 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice iis secondclass mail matter PERSONAL S B Ramsey is better Atty B J Bithurum was in Knoxville Tuesday Born to the wife of John Pitman a fine boy baby Atty and Mrs JW Brown w re in Louisville yesterday Dr M Pcunington is enjoying a lucrative practice at Corhin Mrs JW Baker was the guest of her son U G Baker this week Dr E J Brown was here this week to see Mrs Myden who is very sick sickMrs V Mrs SC Davis is able to sit up after illness of nine weeks caused by a fall W M Baker was down from Grays station yesterday Bill has a good position as traveling sales man manMrs Mrs M Pennington writes from V Ashville N C that she is improv ing about as well as could be ex pected W M Sta...

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. — 9 February 1906

rr Ir r I i c I y = = I I LA GRIPPE PIEUIIOIIA 8i I So many people who have apparently recovered from an attack of La Grippe are stricken I with Pneumonia This is due to the fact that the Bronchial Tubes and Lungs are left weakened I and unable to resist disease SB I I Fa F ARI I not only cures La Grippe Coughs and prevents Pneumonia but strengthens the Lungs so they I will not be susceptible to the development of serious lung troubles Do not take chances with some unknown preparation that may contain some harmful drug when FOLEYS flCNEY AND TAR costs you no more and is safe and sure Contains no opiates 1ad bad case of La Grippe about ten years ago which left my Lungs G VACHER 157 Osgood St Chicago s yc1ly utfs had a very II so weattbat I have been troubled more or less every winter since until I used severe case of La Grippe and it left her with a very bad cough She tried FOLfiYS HONEY AND TAR which cured me completely and my Lungs a bottle of FOLEYS HONEY AND TAR and it gave immed...

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. — 9 February 1906

ouu1 < fill 0 U4J I r MagazineVerasa Eockcastle County Kentucky February91906 Pages 1 to 4I rTllE OB NEW WEST POINT STRENUOUS LIFE PROVIDED FOR THE YOUNG CADETS AND FUTURE OFFICERS Um Is to Make Men Quick and Self ReliantExtensive Additions Being Made to InstitutionSocial Life a Feature The United States Military Academy It West Point has long enjoyed an in ternational reputation as the finest training Institution in the world and hIs prestige will be considerably en lanced upon the completion of the arge schema of improvements now under way and upon which Congress jrtll expend more than seven million GUARD MOUNT AT WEST POINT Collars ere they are fully completed in the year 1912 Already the creation Df the new West Point has pro gressed far enough to prove how bene Icial will be the undertaking While the primary purpose of Uncle Barns unique institution on the banks jftf the Hudson River is of course to educate young men for positions as tfficers of the United States Army the Su...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 9 February 1906

t I RETURN OF SPEAKER KIEFER WAS CZAR OF THE HOUSE WHEN PRESENT SPEAKER JOE CANNON WAS MEMBER rls Oe of the Three National Specikers Who Have Been Returned to Congress After a Lone Laspe of Years The return of General J Warren Kiefer to Congress after an absence I I of 22 years Is of more than passing Interest for the reason that he was wasI Speaker of the House which was or ganized in 18S1 It was a famous Congress and Klefers pathway was not one of roses He became invol ved in a controversy with H V Boynton then dean of the Washing ton correspondents and the bitter at tacks of Boynton had much to do with Kiefers retirement from public life although he was but 48 when he finished his fourth term in the House Since then he has not been idle but has been prominent in civil and mill tary life He returns to Congress as Bid Nathaniel P Banks and Galusha fA Grow They had been Speakers 0I J WARREN K1EFER AT 48 AND AT TO many years before and their return was notable Each like Keifer lived ...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 9 February 1906

I S e T i aJ II = ill The Senatoi and his fellow judges I had read stories in the great Colliers short storj contest of last year until I their eyes were almost blind their brains almost too weary for consecu tive thought and their ideas almost too chaotic from the long continued strain to allow an unbiased decision when the distinguished statesman scholar took from the table the last of the many thousands of manuscripts I sent in lighted a fresh Havana and settled himself wearily in the depths of his big arm chair The sigh of satisfaction was still more pronounced when as he tore open the envelope he found but a few pages of typewritten matter scarcely R thousand words in all and his Thank Heaven was recoched by his companions as they also realized that 9 short half hour would complete their weeks of selfimposed labor There had been silence in the room for several minutes while the others were thinking of the jumble of ideas that would for months occupy their winds where love and w...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 9 February 1906

I i A MODEL FARM How a Clergyman Lifted a Mortgage on a Pennsylvania Farm GUY ELLIOTT MITCHELL There is a farm in southeastern 1 ennsylvania Which the Department I Agriculture considers a model twen eth century farm It consists of fit ten acres thirteen of which are in iltivation the remaining two acres sing occupied by buildings yard etc his land came into the possession of le present ownera minister of the ospelin 1881 with a mortgage of r200 upon it Improving the soil The soil of the farm is a reddish mewhat gravelly clay So run down as it in 1881 that it did not support IB two cows and one horse kept upon Last rear it raised all the rough e for thirty head of stock seventeen which are cows in milk It has en brought up to its present remark i 3le state of fertility solely by the use = stable manure applied directly from le barn The system of handling this anure is such that none is lost either quid or solid No commercial fertil ers have ever been used and no ma are has been haule...

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. — 16 February 1906

I h 1IiM Published Every Friday n = jflount9ievnnn ur Prices I t w t i I i Ii h n n Calicoes per yardcts Granulated Sugar per lb 5 cts No i Flour per sack 65 cts Diamond Roasted Coffee 15 cts Children and Misses I O E 5 cts YM liTER Worth Fifty Cents Here J 1Jnl J Clothing and Ii < IIJ r J Jl1 Hats to be closed out at prices that are never matched THE KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE Switching of Counties Gives the Law makers Mitch Trouble Frankfort Feb 13 Jfhere was a I shifting of pans In the congressional retlistncclng matter = Monday and the j result nay affect Ihs Sixth district by 1 taking Pendtetoa county Out and put ting it in the NiniihY itepreeenitative Will Young of Ilqwian went before the committee in lie afternoon and wthdrew hs amemiineni to the re districting bill whkh propxaedto take Elliott cottuty away front the Tenth and give it to tie Jfiirlb TbqhoArse committee on railroads for syne pct culiar reason decided to rap favor ably a bill that will put aiitomo touring out of b...

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. — 16 February 1906

L d r 1 > I J 2 MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY February 16 1906 I Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION oNBfYEAR ioo Jdvfrthing rates made known on a iutHOllI CONGRESS has reached the point where it is onlv waiting a good opportunity to take a hand in the coal difficulty and from the present appearances if there is a Congreseional mew now it will be in the direction of compulsory ar bitration that will bear harder on I the miners than it will on the oper ator The statement of President Dolan InJ rreMed a great deal df comment at the Capiiol and iti opens the questions of whether the labor unions have not gone so far tha t soire federal curb is needed The public is coming round to the point where it feels it has a few rights that it would like to have re spected Coal is one of the most absolute necessities of life in the U S any where down theborders the Gulf The consumer evetyone hut the man on a salary is the one who feels the strain most He has seen his coal bill dou...

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. — 16 February 1906

t MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY Feb 16 190i 79 r whenI you vurttto Cornmuni cate with SIGNAL ze a 0A LOUISVLLC NASHVILLC R R Cot TIME TABLEt 22 north 124 p tn 24 north 332 a m 23 south 124 p tI 21 South 1236 a m lAs LANPRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice us second class mail matter PERSONAL W II Fih wife of Wildie is very low and not expected to live S J Conn Ins a nice position with the Stearns Lumber Co near Somerset Mrs Mollie Miller is running a boarding house at 1027 Fourth St Louisville Miss Lucy McKee of London will arrive toMorrow to be the guest of Mrs E S AlbrightI S H Martin has rented the B S DaVault property from R B Mul l 1s and will move to town right swajjudge judge Alcorn Judge Morrow Hon F F Bobbitt and Attorney I F P Kennedy were the visiting I attorneys this week James WHliamsthe London mer chant was here again Sunday Jim seems to be very much infat uated with Mt Vernon of late M C Albright Cecil McClary Barbee McAfee and W F Smith of Br...

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. — 16 February 1906

k ww L t j d = LIi L 2 ri t C m C I lJ I101 t IIJ = k i 43 t < i Stubborn Coughs and Colds Obstinate racking coughs that settle on the lungs and may develop Into Pneumonia over night are quickly cured by FOLLY HONfy fAR It soothes and heals the inflamed air passages stops the cough heals and strengthens the lungs FOLEYS HONEY AND TAR contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and is safest for children and delicate people IIt Remember the name FOLEYS HONEY AND TARand insist upon having the genuine as no other remedy I is so safe or as certain in results Given Up to Die With Croup Mrs P I Cordier of Manningtoh Ky writes My threeyear old girl had a severe caseof croup the doctor said she could not live and I gave her up to die I went to tHe store and Jot a bottle of Foleys Honey and 2ZZfThe first dose gave quick relief and saved her life VvHEKE LINCOLN WAS BORN HisTcriz Old House on the Rock Spring Farm on American public life Among other things the speaker said In the calendar of ...

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. — 16 February 1906

H < Y r ouot lernol ionai Magazine Section Mt Vernon Rockcastle County Kentucky February 16 1906 P pales 1 to 4 BULL HOUSE HISS JANE ADDAMS THE PATRON SAINT OF A MOST REMARK ABLE INSTITUTION Sail Caine Has Said that it is the Most Complete Social Settlement in the WorldFounder a Wonderful Woman SettlementI The name of Jane Addams is known inlay from one end of this vast coun try to another and included in that jace are thousands of men women and jadldren who regard her almost in the jgght of a patron saint Miss Addams is the founder and present chief moving spirit of Hull Bouse Chicago the greatest social set tiement ever known in this country Hull House is not really one house tat a series of buildings which have Srown up around one big dwelling which years ago was given over to Kiss Addams for the accommodation sff the citys working people The set tlement includes a museum theatre a restaurant and various other buildings which are for the sole use of people to whom lifes joys a...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 16 February 1906

To be one of an army of 10000 to travel by railron 23000 miles every year to stand in a car forming part of a swaying rushing train surround ed by openmouthed sacks and pigeon holes shuffling letters and papers at the rate of 2500 per hour knowing that every error goes against your record to work sometimes sixteen to twentyfour hours at a stretch often sleepy and hungrythese are some of the daily experiences of the railway mail clerks Then add to these the constant possibility of being knocked into eternity or crippled for life in a wreck Yet they are a contented lot these II railway mail clerks happy only when on the road But it is not the environment for a Lomestic man nor for him who has passed the top of the hill of life and is jogging dowh Into the dark valley beyond Thus a majority of the clerks are young men the are preferred by the Post Office Department for they have fewer cares are more active and can work faster and with greater accuracy Uncle Sam is proud of the person n...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 16 February 1906

IH I I 1 v I gr j cf I ci tIlplf IIt TlIl1 I It was Lieutenant Bates turn to mount the guard In spite of the early hour the usual group of young people had already gathered at the Colonels when the band came swinging down the parade The instruments glittered in the bright morning sunlight and every ma1J in line unconsciously moved Jin unisoi with the martial music The g iris over on the porch and sev eral ydung officers who had joined them swayed in time to the infectious strains and each feminine heart wished secretly that one day she might marry a soldier soldierWhen When the band had marched past the commanding officers quarters it took up its regular position a short distance from the guard and began Its morning program I always love to have Mr Bates on duty Helen Farnham said He takes such a long time to mount the guard and the band has loads of time to playJust Just think hos going to the Philip pines Katherino Markham a pretty little blonde protested We were just getting him ...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 16 February 1906

v Broadly speaking the growing of farm and garden seeds may be considered the most important of agricultural indus tries for unless the quality of the seed s maintained the succeeding crop is greatly diminished in volume and deter iorated in quality so that if applied to the country as a whole the loss would be enormous enormousThe magnitude of the American seed business is little appreciated said a prominent seed dealer in describing the carloads of field and garden seeds which he handles each spring The producing capacity of the seeds quickly deteriorates in most instances and the most successful farmers buy large quan tities of seeds The farmer is a some what cautious individual and although he buys on an average double the amount of seeds he did ten years ago tlie has not in every instance reached the point where he recognizes that the greatest economy lies in getting the best and patronizing only those houses whose reputation forbids them to sell poor and adulterated seeds Seed...

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