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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 8 June 1906

1r2I I 4 It ± i i < t 1 1 ML VERNON SIGNAL II NJC MT VERNON KY JUNE 8 1906 I 79 I Cull tip No 79 when 79Cult xvtitit to Cooii uuui cote Avitli SIGNAL 79 r 0 mf LOUISVLLE 6 NASHVILLE R R Cj TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 24 north 332 a m 23 south 124 p IT 21 South 1236 a m 1 lAS LANDRUM Agent i Phone No 58 Entered at the Alt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secondclass mail matter PERSONAL Judge S D Lewis went to Frankfort Tuesday Mrs S Riddle visited relatives at Maretburg this week Mrs D N Williams has been very sick for the last few days Conn Brown has returned fron C U for the summer vacation Mrs Giro Brown has bee numbered among the sick thi weekOscar Oscar Bryant is working niglrs < while J Lawrence is taking a vacation vacationQuite Quite a num er are preparing t take in Home Coming in Lou isville next week Wiuford Proctor is very low und chances for his recovery are veu much against him Supt and Mrs G M Ballard attended Commencement exercises of the Berea College this week I Can Ad...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 8 June 1906

I t T 1 7 1 1 vf i i 0 iI1 J o r i MGOUNTY CLAIMS I The following coddly claims have been allowed within the last yearGeorgia I Georgia B Rice for taking stenographic report in case of the Commonwealth vs Bush Lump kin 10 oo Susie Harrison for taking care of and waiting on W M Harrison al 1 lowed 20 00 A L Killion allowed for taking care of Wm Barnes 7 50 Dr R H Lewis for medical ser vices rendered the following paup ers Mrs John Mullins Mrs Arm stead Gadd and Mrs James Gat liff 51 00 J S Reppert surveyor of Brush Creek and Singleton Valley county rqad allowed for use on the road the sum of 15 00 W 1 Dooley allowed for ex penses in burying James Catron I Horace Shepprd Mrs Robt Jew ell Wm French and Frank John Mullins paupers 58 63 P P Singleton allowed as View er oi county roed i oo Julias Bordes allowed for fur nishing coffin for Bertie Gatliff pauper 6 50 M D Anglin allowed for board ing and waiting on Mary Penning ton a pauper 49 00 J J Wren allowed for boarding and taking care ...

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. — 8 June 1906

4 ount ernoi ionll IMAGAZINE SEOTION MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY JUNE 8 1906 Pages 1 to 4 I GIBSON GIRL WEDDED AIRS NANNIE Slid W SISTER = LAW OF ARTIST BRIDE OF WALDORF ASTOR One of the Five Virginia Beauties A Daring Horse Woman and Fond of Exercise Five Million Dollar Eng lish Estate a Wedding Present A Gibson Girl is the talk of all England for she has married a young nan of that country who is heir to an estate of more than 400000000 The bride is none other than Mrs Waldorf Astor and a sisterinlaw of Charles Dana Gibson the celebrated American artist Mrs Astor is one of five sisters all natives of Virginia and belonging to a family numbered among the FFVs > standing high in the aristocracy of the South She was a Miss Nannie Lang Langhome horne and later the wife of Bobby BobhyShaw Shaw from whom she was divorced All of the Langhorne sisters are re markable beauties paying particular attention to every detail of face and figure A Virginia lady who knew them in their girlho...

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. — 8 June 1906

Ii a I TELLTALE THUMBPRINTS FINGER MARKS OF CREHNALS LIFELONG AIDS TO THEIR DETECTION Individual Finger Marks Permanent Through LifeAdoption of System for Identification of U S Soldiers and Sailors A few weeKs ago Inspector McLaughlin of the New York City De tective Bureau received remarkable evidence of the value of thumbprint identification A letter was brought to him through the mails from London containing the picture and record of a noted criminal whose thumbprint with his name and description was sent to London to test the efficiency of this new method of recording dis tinguishing marks of criminals By means of the thumbprint alone the English police identified the criminal captured by the New York police whose record in England includes eight Imprisonments on charges of larceny The prisoner was caught by Inspector McLaughlin in the corridor of the WaldorfAstoria Hotel in April There were no charges against him in this country at the time but the Inspector decided that his cap...

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. — 8 June 1906

Ir Irrom Sunset iQ BI 4 lfui > i oo 1 t D NICKEL v Oh this Is grand exclaimed George Casey as he paused for a few moments to enjoy the embracing air and scenery All about him the mountains lay In tumbled heaps farther away the foothills sloped gracefully downward and still farther down in the valley and out over the mining camp he could see the old trail that stretched away to the westward lie was new to these scenes having recently court to Wyoming from his home in Boston and he was drinking in the atmosphere of the now life to the fullest Yas drawled the girl as she overtook her companion but Im a thinkin as how we better start fer home Its agettin purty late an were some twelve miles from town We cant much more than glt there by dark Twobits said GeorgTF tauntingly I believe youre a coward Here you were born and raised In this country and youre scared about being out In the hills after dark Now Im a tenderfoot and yet I wouldnt be afraid to wander all over these hills from now...

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. — 8 June 1906

I An Agricultural Education GUY ELLIOTT MITCHELL The following Interesting account of the life work of Edgar J Hollister is sketched by Mrs Grannis who has had the opportunity of personally ob serving some of the results of his wonderful activity Except for Dean Hollisters retiring modesty regarding his own performances Mrs Grannis says that it would be possible to pre sent many more stimulating Incidents of difficulties overcome All in all his life work is doing much not only for American agriculture per se but for the advancement of the idea that brainworkfarming pays and that there is as promising a field in this line of endeavor as in any of the mer cantile or industrial occupations Through Toll to Traimpb By Anna C Grannis It is a far cry from a Canadian farmer boy in the sixties to the Dean of Agriculture today in a rising insti tution in the West yet by the applica tion of science to practical farming such a change has been wrought by Edgar J Hollister a soil expert of wide r...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 15 June 1906

iiii ci i JT < = r Published Every Friday t I QJ < c7 it LL y tlljj 1 VOLUME XIX MT VERIZON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JUNE 15 1906DTl FR DTl n FR 3 T U W = ZT7Id7WrtvBii i J right Snappy StylishClothing Clothing ClothingKlt Klt ality Konnts I If you are looking for unusual t clothing values youre looking for fVfr us and we are lookifrg for you fVfrIP j Weve had a lot of good thing to say about our ii If Clothing in the past but there Iras never neverlbeel1 been a time when we felt so thoroughly 4 v oughly our complete mastery of the situation in ill lines of mer w chandise as we dp1 this season Weve boughtbeavy because j we expect to sell heavy and we j j expect to sell heavy simply be cause we are going to be able to offer the finest and most upto S date goods uf every kind such as will not be found in any other store in Rockcastle countys 0 S iffvwanfy 1 v PUqf s Shoes = 5 4 and Stetson Rats will do to tie to They are carefully made J spledidly finished and file styles jir...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 15 June 1906

FeiiiJ I 4o I I I T s Q r i 2 < < r w L < 1 MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY June 15 1906 j i Published every Friday by I EDGAR SJ ALBRIGHT i SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO 6dverlising rates made known on application t e FOR CONGJJESS We are authorized to announce I JUDGE JOHN W HUGHES of Mercer Cgunty as a candidate to rep resent the Eighth Congressional District I in Congress to succeed Hon G G Gil bert subject to the action of the Demo I cratic party i W ear e authorized to announce HON R W MILLER I of Madison as a candidate to represent the Eighth Congressional District o f Kentucky in Congress to succeed Hon G G Gilbert subject to the action of thQ Democratic party ofI edi1o1 The New York Sun in an edito I rial in its issue of June 13 pays aI tribute to Kentucky and Kentuck i iaus in the following toast Everybody is fond of old Ken 3 tucky Somehow life there seems freer and fuller of lip and snap a perpetual julep which to borrow a phrase of Mr Stevensons you keep sober to enjoy Its...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 15 June 1906

Y l yA y b uf z l Ll = tom MT VERNON = SIGNAL a MT VERNON KY JUNE 15 1906 I i T9 C Call up 4 No 79 whet T9 Q L 9Colt want to Communl L xJ en tt with SIGNAL t I I a I 1v1 9LSil < t I LOOISVLLC 4 NASHVILLE R RCo TIME TABLE 22110rth 124 p m 21 north 332 a m 28 south 124 p 11 21 South 1236 a in TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vermin Ky Ppstofliee ns secondclass mail matter PERSONAL Miss Reca Baker is visiting at Wilton L R Hughes was up from Stan ford Sunday Mrs G B Lawrence is with relatives hire Dr McDorald of Danvtffl3 was h re Tuesday Miss Annie Tate is visiting rela tires at Wildie Tom Brown of Level Green was 1 in town Tne day Mrs Ellen Welch is visiting the family of R A Welch Jonas McKenzie is in the city this week buying goods MS Hollingsworth of Middles o buffo win town Tuesday Jim and Charlie Johnson spent Sunday with homefolks here ET Wheeler and family are spending the week in Louisville Little Miss Gertrude Martin of godhead is visiting relatives here M ...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 15 June 1906

jiL e > J SOLEMN SERVICES FOR LAST DAY OF GREAT CELEBRATION BRATIONs v3On Sunday June 17 the closing diiof Homecoming Week a num hI ber of local pastors have arranged for visitors to occupy their pulpits I at a morning or evening service Tbe list of such appointments will be found in the regular church no I tices published in the Saturday morning and afternoon papers At night a monstrous farewell ser vice will he held in the Armory at I i Sixth and Walnut streets There will be two addresses one made by the Rev Martin D Hardin of Charlotte N C the son of former Gov P Vat Hardin Mr Hardin > was one of the best students ever graduated from old Center College He was foremost among the college athletes being one of the stronger men on the foot ball team that ever I donned a gridiron suit He rank ed equally high in scholarship hav injftaken several prizes during his college course Mr Hardin repn sent the youngergeneration of Ken tuckians whohave gone outside the e State to make a na...

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. — 15 June 1906

I N 6 At 7 ouui tuiflfi iin4i MAGAZINE SECTION MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ICY JUNE 15 1906 Pages 1 to 4 GAU6BT MONSTER FISH LADY ANGLER LANDED BIG JEW FISH OFF SANTA CATALINA ISLAND CALIFORNIA Finny Monsters of Three Hundred Pounds and Upwards are Now Caught With Rod and ReelJew fish a Gamey Fellow Women who enjoy angling and in fact everybody who likes to hunt and fish will be interested in the exploit with rod and reel of Mrs A W Bar rett of Los Angeles Cal The fish in the case was a black sea bass or Jew fish of the Pacific Ocean weight 368 pounds caught off Santa Catalina Isl and Cal last month by Mrs Barrett after 53 minutes of strenuous battle The black sea bass of the Pacific one of the gamiest of its kindis in season on the Southern California coast from about April to November and affords favorite sport to anglers of both sexes Owing to its great size it cannot of course be pulled with rod and line into the boat so after one is hooked the plan is to play it and tire it out...

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. — 15 June 1906

in that way cultivate more inten sively and obtain a much larger yield and profit per acre than by dry farm ing CORPORATIONS SUBJECT TO PUBLIC CONTROL When you go beyond this field of cooperation you reach a field which is now largely occupied by large cor porations which are exercising a pub lic use and for that reason subject to public control I believe that eventually the public ownership of all public utilities is in evitable in this country but I am not a believer in the theory that we are ready today for municipal owner ship in all our cities or for the govern ment ownership of all our railroads Municipal ownership without muni cipal integrity may be a greater evil than corporate ownership and the last condition of that man be worse than the first I believe that political honesty must come before public ownership and that the only way we will ever get political honesty is to restore the great majority of our people to the land where they will live close to nature and learn the...

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. — 15 June 1906

I H I i Ihe Professor and the Lion tlravery Doctor said my friend the third officer isnt such a simple thin as you think it One man is brave In one way and another in a different one Often enough that whIch is called bravery is nothing more than custom customYou You wouldnt go up on the foreroyal yard in half a gale to reef sail would wouldyou you Not you Youd be afraid afraidWell Well you might think me a brave man manbecause bl1afraid afraid to cut a chaps leg off and you youwouldnt wouldnt wouldntThat That was what old Captain Hoskins Hoskinswhom whom I used to sail with could never understand If a man was a bit nerv nervous lookdown down on him as all sorts of a coward But there came a day when he learned better betterIt It happened when I was with him himin in a threemasted sailingship the Arrow We lay at Singapore along alongside side Tdnjong Pagan wharf loading with a general cargo for Liverpool The principal object in that cargo as a lion that we were shipping for London It ...

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. — 15 June 1906

I Did you ever see a rat or mouse Or wild rabbit sick from what might be termed natural causes Any one who can contribute such an animal to the Department of Agriculture may unwittingly confer a benefit of mil lions of dollars annually on this country What the Department wants is a fatal and contagious malady which it Is working hard to get now w but up to date the work is merely promising there having been no satis factory result to record So if any one anyonehas has a hutch of rabbits swept off by 7 a sudden and mysterious disease or If he notices any swift and sudden mortality among the rats and mice in his locality that may be the very thing the Department is looking for PRAIRIE DOGS 1 One of the Pests of the West I and one of the rodents should be forth Wlth dispatched to Secretary Wilson He will be glad to get it Of course every one knows that the gopher problem is a serious one in many parts of the West and the rab bit pest has at times threatened to devastate Australia and e...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 22 June 1906

f i Published Every Friday loll t r I nun1vnu Bright BrightSpa Snappy 1 Stylish Clothing ClothingKwalit Kwality T I booms I I i If you are looking for unusual clothing values youre looking for us and we are looking for you Weve had a lit of good things to say about our il K Clothing in the past but there M4 never been a time when we felt so thor oughly our complete mastery of the situation in all lines of mer SAY E If S Mr Editor of course we under stand that your paper is weekly but if our letter gets in bimonthly 1 we think v e are doing splendidly Miss Alta Owens spent a few days in Brodhead last week the guest of her cousin Miss Burdette Owens The rain was very much needed We can almost s ethe crops growing Miss Iola Weaver of Clarence Ky spent a few days with relatives here last weekWill j Owens has been practicing singing i in our neighborhood on Sunday I afternoons Quite a number have been attending I We meant tokejep that fishing trip to Buck creek a secret but as one Mr Til...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 22 June 1906

fAM t MT VERNON SIGNAL r FRIDAY June 22 1906 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on 4 a licalion 1 I FOIl CONGRESS We are authorized to announce JUDGE JOHN W HUGHES f 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 lv ear e 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 G G Gilbert subject to the action of tlic Democratic party HON H V MCCHESNEY pres ent Secretary of State has announc ed that he will be a candidate for Auditor subject to the will of the Democratic party at the coming primary to be held in November No officer in charge of the States affairs has labored more faithfully to advance his special department and been truer to the trust imposed upon him than has secretary Mc Chesney and when the...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 22 June 1906

> MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY JUNE 22 1906 29 Cull up ° No 79 when 79Celt want to SIGNALZ9 cat with SIGNAL 79 = 1 G 0 JI LOUISVLLC NASHVILLE R R Co I TIME TABLE 22 north 124 pm 24 north 332 a m 23 south 124 p IP 21 South 1236 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at at tin Alt Version Ky Postoflice as secondclass mail matter PERSONAL J Fish was in Knoxville j Wednesday Mrs Fannie Adams has returned from Denver Colof c Marshal Smith has been very sick for several days U G Baker spent Thursday in Livingston on businessI Mrs Carlos Meuifee has been VCTY v vuy sick for several days H A Mis 11 J Miller Jr is spend ing a few days in the city i Burdette McKenzie continues quite sick with rheumatism Mrs L W Bethurum is visiting her parents at Middletboro Miss Bessie Mullins is visiting her brother Luther at Corbin JW Baker the Livingston merchant was here Thursday Miss Ida May Adams of Shel man Ga is spending a short time at homet James Coffey son of William Coffey of near Wildie i...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 22 June 1906

THE GROWTH OF THE WOM AN SUFFRAGE IDEA One needs only to read the reso lutions recently sent but by the In dustrial Advisory Committee of the General Federation of Wom ens Clubs to prove that a belief in the advisability of granting the balI lot to women is rapidly gaining groundI The General Federation is com posed organizations of women working along all different lines of human activity in which women are engaged and the fact that they are coming to realize the necessity of the ballot in order to accomplish the greatest good shows most con elusively that women do want the ballot as soon as they begin to think andwork outside their own home and that the movement is not going backward as some would I have us believe The resolution is as follows WHEREAS The number of wage earning women and girls iu the United States is mpre than 5000 ooo and is rapidly increasing WHEREAS Wage workers who are disfranchised are at a serious disadvantage in the industrial I world without the protection...

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. — 22 June 1906

uuui iietunu IBnu I + MAGAZINE SECTION MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY JUNE 22 1906 Pages 1 to 4 NELLIE GRANT SARTORIS SKETCH OF THE LOVELY WHITE HOUSE BRIDE OF THE DAYS OF GENERAL GRANT She Met Algernon Sartoris Her Future Husband on Shipboard on Return European Trip Is Mother of Three Children No American girl not even President Roosevelts daughter ever had a more brilliant wedding than Nellie Grant the beloved child of the great Civil War hero yet of late years the public which has always taken a kindly inter I est in Gen Grants family has heard comparatively little of his only daugh ter When Mrs Julia Dent Grant widow of the President was living her daughter spent much time with her mother at the latters home in the city of Washington but since the death of her mother Mrs Nellie Grant Sartoris can scarcely be said to have had a fixed residence in any American city How ever she has always been very fond of St Louis and she made her home in the Missouri metropolis during most of j ...

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. — 22 June 1906

at the top disclosed a round sinewy neck ruddy and corded like the bark of the fir Thick muscular arms cov ered with a reddish down protruded from the wide sleeves of his habit while his white shirt looped up upon one side gave a glimpse of a huge knotty leg scarred and torn with the scratches of brambles With a bow to the Abbot which had in it perhaps more pleasantry than reverence the novice strode across to tle carved priedieu which had been set apart for him and stood silent and erect with his hand upon the gold bell which was used in the private prisons of the Ab bots own household His dark eyes glanced rapidly over the assembly and finally settled with a grim and menac ing twinkle upon the face of his ac cuser The chamberlain rose and having slowly unrolled the parchmentscroll proceeded to read it out in a thick and pompous voice while a subdued rustle and movement among the brothers be spoke the interest with which they fol lowed the proceedings Charges brought upon the secon...

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