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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 18 May 1906

Ii SYNOPSIS OF PRECEDING CHAPTERS James Adams European representa tive for American manufacturers and graduate of West Point is in Paris at the outbreak of the great war between France and Germany He engages in a balloon reconnoissance for the French and barely escapes capture be ing swept into northern France where he is wrecked in the grounds of the Chateau Lagunay He is rescued by the daughter of the Count Lagunay Aimee with whom he falls in love The Germans advance Adams defends Aimee from insult at the hands of Griesman Colonel of Cavalry Adams joins the Hussars under Lowenberg an old friend and later assists in an am bush of the French Word reaches him at camp that Aimee is again in the hands of Griesman lVith FleiscJi mann a gigantic sergeant of the Em perors bodyguard he impresses an automobile and goes to her rescue In a terrific sword fight he kills Griesman and two others and proceeds with Aimee to the home of her cousin at Bethel Chapter VI For two delicious days I remai...

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 May 1906

fH r fa a Published vex i rt Friday I a VOI4UME XIX i HURRY UP CETiniECIO 1 the famous L MT VEKNON UOCKC lWCIr U DM i k 4 i We want every man and boy in Rockcastlc county towear one of i f1I 0 i offc2I RANDi4 L ° IP1 You Cant Get Something for Nothing But you can certainly secure I from us the most wonderful Suits I yor ever saw for prices running as follows 67575D 850 fro i 1250 + 1500 Uptodate Fashions Superior Workmanship o is LAS SHOECO µ r011aa MASK r 40 S350300y t S350300s54S 2225 M n 200r i75 r i75B TY4 E RY KIND OF 50 IlMADE i It will pay you to examine the W 1 I Douglas shoes and see for fj yourself that they are just as jj good in every way as those for jj v which you have been paying jj IK 5 to 7 For style com jj fort and service they J a cannot he surpassed jj by cuslOmnade custommadeshoes FORSALE BY Douglas S oes Sell I Workmarlshipt An Excel Nhy t r Because Expert designers conceive them the greatest shoe man in the world makes them and expert shoe men handle them I li...

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 May 1906

ki ONE Y IL ites made known mi j5licalionONGIESSS ONGIESSS < 1 to announce N W HUGHES as a candidate to rep onjjressional District wed Hon G G Gil f action of the Demo ith great satisfac niserable controver ig at Washington has been reached t irrevocably taken Idler though af power of speech res that he will as a missionary jpsevelt to the We are hear solve comes aken Mis Fe party line conversions variably get ator Chand k and will for it irofited by i against againstir ir own appar partyMr nosewith increased the h e till Y d gal been whi h his plans have ed by the leaders of his own party din ol winning any considerable and trust worthy Democratic support he has probably added to the formal hostil ity of partisanship new and bitter elements of personal dislike and distrust Tested by their results the moves ne has made must be set down as unconscionably bad pol itics and Mr Roosevelt has been rated a good politician We presume there was politics in the attack upon Senator Bailey ...

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 May 1906

ynrtlugpnftSC = MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY MAY 25 1906 7 Cul1 up ° No 79 when 70 70L cat with SIGNAl f t t = m tI LouisvLtc 4 NASHVILLE R R Cj TIM 1C TABLE 22 north 124 p n 24 north 332 a rat 2 8 south 124 p ir 21 South 1236 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postofficf as icondclass mail matter PERSONAL Dr M L flyers is in Louisa lh today todayMrs Mrs Robt Taylor is on tin sick list V C Bock was here yesterday from Stanford Jim Williams was down from London Sunday W A Trihble of Stanford was here on business Monday Atty and Mrs J W Brown spent a few days in the city Mrs S C Franklin is spending the week with her mother in the country V countrVtMiss Miss May me Jones has returned I I from BarlmirsviJic where she has been teaching Robt Taylor and family are vis iting his grandparents Mr and Mrs Rob Taylor Judge R G Williams will be here tomorrow night for a short visit to homefolks Mrs Bogue Phillips and little daughter were the guests of Mrs H I < Ta...

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 May 1906

A POPULAR FOOD PLANT What a great discovery the to mato was as an article 0 t food While most food plants are ofan dent ongiu there are plenty o f people living today who can ic member when it was only an orna ment cultivated for the beauty of its dainty blossom and its band some fruit While its beauty d1 admired it was considered like poi sotious oak dangerous to even handle except by jar kf ouiplcctcd persons Years of acquaintance ship however wore off its super stition anda tew foolhardy ac tually owned up to having lasted the fruit From this Mnall beginnidg has gradually grown a use that makes j today an industry wth a combined I capital of over thirty millions of dollars which disburses millions of dollars to its employees each year I and aggregates an output of two hundred and forty millions cans I This pruduct goes into every house hold in the land and is as familiar an aiticle of diet as any other of the staple products of ihe soil RiCh 3 ear sees an increasing con sumption ...

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. — 25 May 1906

j I 1 dun j II ietnnu i9nll I MAGAZINE SECTION MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY MAY 23 1906 1906Pages 1 to 4 CHAMPIONED PAUL JONES MRS DONALD MeLEAN FOUGHT FOR BURIAL OF NAVAL HERO AT ANNAPOLIS As PresidentGeneral of Patriotic Daughters of the American Rev olution She Was Invited Guest of Honor at Ceremony When the annual convention of the Daughters of the American Revolution was in session in Washington a few weeks ago the meetings were presided over by Mrs Donald McLean She en joyed the unique distinction of being the first presiding officer of the con gress who was not the wife of some man prominent in official circles She had been a candidate for this high womans office for several years and the opposition to her election was plainly stated because she could not bring to the office high national prestige which the Daughters of the American Revolution felt was neces sary to the varied traditions of the so ciety FROM LONG LINE OF PATRIOTS Mrs McLean has half a yard or eo of ancestra...

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. — 25 May 1906

Best Dressed Man in the World The majority of men believe that the best and most fashionable in mens clothes comes from London and that the best dressed man in the world is the American turned out by a London tailor An American who spends a great part of his time in London anu is rather a stickler for the correct thing was recently hailed on Broadway by a friend with the remark So thats what theyre wearing in London eh 1 The man addressed shook his head t Suit made in Washington overcoat In New York he said Thought you were togged out from Bond Street sure in a disappointed tone Then the man who lives much in Lon don made this radical announcement They cant make a sack suit in Eng land You ask a Bond Street tailor for an American business suit with an American fit and he turns out a neIPeta SlID Oct out S larTclc I seeie u4 see them the public press as to which system was better the American custom which ordained the sack suit in busi ness and a change of raiment for laborers after ...

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. — 25 May 1906

SYNOPSIS OF PRECEDING CHAP TERS James Adams West Point graduate is in Paris at the opening of the Fr nchGermal war In a balloon reconnaissance for the French he is almost captured by the Germans The balloon is wrecked at the Chateau La gunay Rescued Adams falls in love with Aimee daughter of the Count CountLagunay Lagunay The Germans invade France A German Colonel Gricsman insults Aimee cnd is attacked by Adams who I is in turn overpowered by the Kaiser He joins the German army under a friend Lowenberg engages in an am bush of a French column and rurn ing to camp learns that Gricsman has charged Aimee with treason and has imprisoned her Adams pursues Gries man in an automobile kills him in single combat and takes Aimee to a cousin at Bethel In the terrific land battle two days later Lowenberg is killed in the capture of Montpelier The French drive the Germans back with glycolite a terrible explosive sprinkled from airships One of the ships is blown in the night to Mont pelier where ...

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. — 25 May 1906

FOOD ADULTERATIONSWATERfOWLS ADULTERATIONSWATERfOWLSGUV GUY ELLIOTT MITCHELL In these days of so much talk about pure foods and with the protective legislation by Congress on the subject the bulletin of the Bureau of Chem istry Department of Agriculture on Some Forms of Food Adulterations and Simple Methods for Their Detec tion is very timely Since the middle of the last century the subject of food adulteration las attracted a constantly increasing amount of attention In this country however very little was done in this line until about 1880 In 1881 the Division of Chemistry began the study of food adulteration and since then has given a great deal of time to the subject Since 1898 the origin and place of manufacture of the foods studied by the Bureau have been care fully noted and special attention also given to imported foods In 1883 the first practicable food inspection law in the United States was During recent years there has been ia tendency to confuse the minds of many by an ...

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 June 1906

a f 1 ifiriLllw Published Every Friday z u the famous tii1ei1 etnohI iftnlil n HURRY UP W IN THE CAME We want every man and boy in Rockcastle county to wear one of ru i c 1Td RAND J 0 i HU I I You Caut Let SomethIng for Nothing But you can c certainly secure from us the most wonderful Suits yor ever saw for prices running as follows 675 750 850 10 1250 1500 Uptodate Fashions Superior Workmanship FOR SALE BY Mens Furnishing Goods In each line the styles are the latest and absolutely correct We have the reputation of being able to fit out a young man in the very latest style from Top to Toe and we are proud of it Hurry up Gef in fhe Game t 1 t 1 U II JUDGE JOHN W HUGHES Candidate for nomination for ongress from the Eighth district who was here last Monday present ing his claims to the people Judge Hughes looks very much Ii ke con gressional timber and judging from his past record as a runner w e are led to believe that whatever the outcome may be his opponents will know they have been...

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 June 1906

c Published Every E Friday SHOEC0D D yQOH MgS9 4Oj 3 i io 250 225 o 42k POIi B DY5 POIiLAS > EWRYyr UN IONS oQ ti1NP E M AdE P awoAy o tIt will pay yon to examine the W JL Douglas shoes and see for I a yourself that they are just as M good in every way as those for jj 101 which yon have been paying 4f Vlf5 to7 For style com jj fort and service they ft cannot he surpassed sf by custpmrcade F shoes J FOR SALE BY CttOI innail J Douglas Shoes Sell W Excel Wny1 Because Expert designers conceive them the greatest shoe man in the world makes them and expert shoe men handle them Douglas Shoes fit wear aie shaplely and have tone Built to give satisfaction satisfactioi from the time you buy then until worn out and they do J Better Get A Pair = Mens Furnishing Goods 4In each line the styles are the latest and absolutely correct We have the reputation of being able to fit out a young ma n li i the very latest style from Top to Toe and we are proud ofil Hurry up Get jn ffie Game 1 t 1 t U J L...

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 June 1906

MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Jnn 1 1906 Published every Friday 01 RHGAK S ALHKIGI1T SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR LIMO AIIlIf11ll rates made known on af f liration FOIL CONGRESS We are authorized to announce jUDGK JOHN W HITCH FS of Mercer County as a candidate to rep resent the Iijjhth Congressional District in Coujjres to succeed Hon G G Gil bert subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce HON R W MIIIKR of Madison as a candid te to represent the KiTHtli inrrcssioral District o f Ktrmrrkv in ConTt > s to succeed Hon G C ileri subject to the action of the Democratic party JUDGE JARVIS in his charge to the grand jim laid special stress upon the condition of the count jail and asked that body to make a thorough investigation The jailer Owen V Jarrett bas made a special effort since his incumbency to at least keep the jail respectable but owing to the horrible arraingment which exists it is almost an impos sibility Totally without any of the modern conveniences ...

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 June 1906

1 = u MT VEflNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY JUKE 1 1906 79 henI 79Catl you yant to SIGNALZ9 cate with SIGNAL 79 I 0 2 I LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE R R Co TIME TABLE 22 north i2j pm 24 north > 332 a tn 25i south 124 p tr 21 South 1236 a m TAS LANDRTTM Agent Phone No 58 Entered It the Ml Vcrnon ICy Iostoftiw as sof4iiil < ltss mail matter PLiiSiAIi Editor E C Walton was here Monday Charlie Henderson was wit I hon folks yesterday David Henderson has been vei sick for several days Mr and Mrs J T Gentry visit ed here and Level Green this meek James Peimin ion is at hoiiu from the Louisvile School of Med cineMrs Mrs Schooler of Garrard is vi itine her daughter Mrs Willis Ad ams Lloyd Maret is telegraphing at Ludlow for the Cincinnati South ern road roadMiss Miss Lucy Sloan a sisier of Mrs W B Smith of this place dieda Buruside Tuesday ° Mrs T Eish mother of J Fish who has been sick for some time shows but little improvement P H Allen of Pine Knot Ky representing A Miller Lumber Company of Buffal...

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 June 1906

o woor LRTEL GKREN Not having seen a letter from the Holler of late we again try to chronicle the happenings of our little towuSince Uncle Sam and j some of his most worthy and humble servants have seen fit to remove the Postoffice we are at I a loss to exactly know where Level Green isAfter a long dry spell I the farmers of this community are having a much needed rain Crops generally in this localtity are going to be good wheat is extra Wade Brown and William Jr have re tinned from Stanford where they purchased couple of Kansas po nies on which the boys are becom ing deft in the art of lassoing and riding May Brown who is visit ing relatives in the Indian Territo ry writes that she will return Home Coming Week This being court week at our captol the farm ers have gone thither to get rid of their young and blind horses and to learn what is going on in the coun ty Cupid has been around Level Green and as a result one of our most beautiful girls has been carrii ed away Oscar Mullins w...

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. — 1 June 1906

uui iUB ignal 1 to 4 MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY JUNE 1 1906 Page MAGAZINE SECTION HOUSE FOR FREE SEEDS LOWER BRANCH OF NATIONAL LEGISLATURE PASSES THIS APPROPRIATION Members of Congress Haze Op ponents of Free SeedsConfusion Precedes Final Vote on BiUAgri cultural Oratory When the House of Representative took up the agricultural appropriate bill quite a discussion arose over the elimination of the usual free seed item by the committee on agriculture The House gave to the country during the days of debate a spectacle that else where than on the floor of that parlia mentary body would have been known as rough house There was a great tendency to haze members when they spoke in defense of the action of the committee Much was said about the attempt to strike down the hardworking farmer and take from him that helping hand in the shape of free seeds which had been held out to him for so many yearsNone of the advocates of free seeds emphasized the fact that the total val ue of the packa...

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. — 1 June 1906

THE IMPS EVOLUTION EXCAVATIONS OP ANCIENT CIT = IES SHOW IT OVER SIX THOUSAND YEARS OLD Originally was a Conch Shell and a Twist of CottonWestern Ingen uity Devised the Brass Burner and Regulator By EDGAR JAMES BANKS Pli D The Oriental lamp is the same now as it always has beena simple dish of clay stone bronze or glass filled with oil its wick is a rag or a twist of cotton one end of which is immersed in oil and the other rests over the edge of the dish to be lighted This was o the lamp not only of ancient Babylonia and Egypt but also of the Hebrews Greeks Romans and all other early peoples Even to this day it is the com mon lamp of Mesopotamia In Saint Sophia the great mosque of Constanti nople there is no other method of il lumination The first artificial light with which primitive man brightened the dark ness of night was the camp fire the same fire with which he slightly roasted his meat and warmed his naked body At just what age the idea of lighting by other means first occurr...

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. — 1 June 1906

a r That I was disheveled shabby hatless unshaven made no difference to this dear girl With a little cry of recognition she ran to me drew me down upon the couch and put her face to mine Oh my love she whispered My lionhearted Jamie I heard that you were dead I thought I Had lost you forever For a brief minute I held her close to me Then the cries of tho angry crowd outside rang in my ears They had stopped at the entrance They feared to come further Spy spy they cried Let us have the German spy Kill him Kill him At this Juncture a harsh masculine voice Bounded in the hall then at the outer door Away with you varlets How dare you enter my grounds Back I say Away with you Through the window I saw the villagers slink away like whipped curs They feared the anger of their overlord I drew a long breath of relief Suddenly the curtain at the door was flung aside and a tall sterntaced man strode In He looked at me first and then at Aimee How now he said harshly Vlllian what would you have He...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 1 June 1906

A NEW TOMATO CULTURE GUY ELLIOTT MITCHELL About the first of June is the time I fd stake your tomatoes speaking gen erally for the United States This article would have been more timely had it been printed a month ago but even if it can be remembered for next years operations in tomato growing growingthe the writer will feel more than com pensated since for at least small tomato patches the plan here sug gested has been proven by him to have several advantages Some years ago I attempted to grow seven acres of tomatoes in Southern FloridaPolk Counts for the north ern winter market The tomatoes were planted in November It was the winter of the great freeze which swept sweptFlorida Florida from stem to stern and obliter ated all frost linesthe first oc curred December 2Sth just on top of a balmy Christmas Eve spent on the piazza in summer clothes On that day the thermometer in this frost proof region descended to 1SF with a biting northwest wind Thousands Of acres of tomatoes and eggpl...

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 June 1906

r J k = L Published Every Friday v the famous o 1iiaouGLAS SHOO 0 toN MA59 OO 400 350 3O O1 i O 25O22 5 > 25O22FOR c FOR MEN O0 a TSTYL LE LA7Er THE L r E WLDO0oiS JD JDUNIO NtN E NtNhiRpE you Cant Let Something for Nothing 4 But you can certainly secure from us the most wonderful Suits yor ever saw for prices running as follows 6 575J 850 10 1250 15 oo Uptodate Fashions i Superior Workmanship Douglas Shoes Sell And Excel why Because Expert designers conceive them the greatest shoe man in the world makes them and expert shoe men handle them Douglas Shoes fit wear are shaplely and have tone Built to give satisfaction from the time you buy them until worn outnntl they do Better Get A Pair < FCR SALE BY Mens Furnishing Goods In each line the styles are the latest and absolutely correct We have the reputation of being able to fit out a young man > in the very latest style from Top to Toe and we are proud of it Hurry up Get in frSe Game U r l KENTUCKY HOME COM ING WEEK BREVITIES...

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 June 1906

T I Iiii MT VERNON SIGNAL f FRIDAY June 8 1906 P 6lrblisI y EDGARS ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR f1OC Advertising rates made known 01 a icaiiollI FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to announce jUnOK JOHN W HUGHES of Mercer County as a candidate to rep resent the Eighth Congressional District in Congress to succeed Hon G G Gil bert subject to the action of the Demo cratic party V ear c authorized to announce HON R W MILLER of Madison as a candidate to represent the Eighth Congressional District o f Kentucky in Congress to succeed Hon o G G Gilbert subject to the action of the Democratic party THE following from the Address Iito the People of the United States f I fissued Tuesday by the Wholesale r I Liquor Dealers Association in session fat the Galt House Louis vine shows what the temperance movement of the land has already done and is an ninsight into what the future is going to bring the White Ribbon movement the Blue Ribbon movement the Prohibition movement and tht Antisaloon League ...

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