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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 22 June 1906

THE GLORY OF TEXAS CELEBRATION OF HER SEVEN = TIETB ANNIVERSARY OJ INDEPENDENCE Every Defender of the Alamo was SlainCharacteristic Message of Old General Houston to Mexican General Santa Ana The State of Texas born some sixty years too late to assist in the revolu tionary events of 76 has its own In dependence day in addition to the na tional Fourth of July which it shares however with its sister states This patriotic state celebration occurred on April 21 the seventieth anniversary of the fight at the San Jacinto where 800 Texans gave double their number of Mexicans one of the completest drub bings in military history Every schoolboy knows the story of San Jacinto as told in the books But there is in the Southwest a fireside tale about it which deserves to be bet ter known It is that the night before the battle the Mexican general Santa Ana sent a flag of truce to the Texan camp with a summons to surrender and an offer of pardon Grim old Sam Houston the father of Texas heard the m...

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. — 22 June 1906

O DOUBLE AMERICAS AMERICASCOTTON COTTON CROP artling Results of Patient Experiments by Government Agriculturists GUY ELLIOTT MITCHELL Cotton Illustration liy Oourtoay Department of Agriculture With the cotton crop of the United States reaching an annual value of nearly 600000000 it is easy to see fiat the man who can make It worth lour or five cents a pound more to the grower will put a few dollars of spending money into the pocketa of the southern planters This improvement of the crop has been realized and there is no reason why In ten years from now the whole of the cotton belt should not be grow ing a longer staple cotton worth on the average of 4f cents a pound more than the present crop Of course this millenlal condition of things v will not be altogether realized That there will be a decided and general advance in the value of the crop as the result of work already done by the Agricul ORDINARY COTTON STAPLE SELECTED AND IMPROVED COTTON I tural Department is certain But there a...

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. — 29 June 1906

Published Every Friday I Blight 5 Snappy Stylish Clothing ClothingK Kwality K omits If you are looking for unusual clothing values youre looking for us and we are looking for you Weve had a lot of good things to say about our VK K Clothing in the past but there has never been a time when we felt so thor oughly our complete mastery of the situation in all lines of mer chandise as we do this season Weve bought heavy because I we expect to sell heavy and we expect to sell heavy simply be cause we are going to be able to offer the finest and most upto date goods of every kind such as will not be found in any other store in Rockcastle county Kwalifg Kounfs77 Suits Dougfas Shoes I and Stetson Rats will do to tie to They are carefully made spledidly finished and the styles are Up To Now i IFwe sell you goods this sea son well sell vou next season J t T + Mt Venptlie Town Bakers the Place t ia U > 2 t j r i 3 uniI Ilmmm V mm M WOODI 1ii President If you will make inquiry it wil be a reve...

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. — 29 June 1906

r i i r S f r MT VERNON SIGNAL 1906w M Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT Ioor Advertising rates made known 01 application licationI FOR CON GUESS We are authorized to announce JUDGE 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 lv ear e authorized to announce HON R W MILKER of Madison as a candidate to represent the Eighth Congressional District o t Kentucky in Congress to succeed Hon G G Gilbert subject to the action of the Democratic party WHKN Greek meets Greek there can be but one icsult even so when i1 Governor meets Governor in a path in which there is room for on ly one there must follow a decisive struggle One of the most inter 4 esting political contests in the his tory ol Kentucky is now on and it will be a fight to the finish with the two great political giants ot Kentucky as the commanders of the two opposing forces and with seve...

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. — 29 June 1906

t t MT VERNON SIGNAL ij MT VERNON KY JUNE 29 1906 79 Cnll up No 79 when von wtirit to Cnn n unf cute with SIGNAL 79 1I IT 0V rn V 21 Louise ue 4 NASHVILLE R R Co TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 21 north 332 a m 2H south 124 pn 21 South 1236 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 t Entered t tiIt Vernon Ky Postoftice as secondclass miiil matter ° I 1 1EISN A L Lloyd Hayes is night operator at WiMie WiMieMrs Mrs R R Mullins is visiting in LivingstonArthur Arthur Mnhan of Lancaster spent Sunday here Mrs R A Welsh is visiting relatives at Pire Hiil Morris Brown is telegraphing nights at Rowland now Sn n Pennington of Livingston was with homefolke Tuesday Atty C C Williams N in Ham ilton Ohio on legal business Mr James CroulKr of Lexing ton is visitii g W M Poynter T B Baxtc n of Stanford was here on legal business Monday Logan R Hughes and Fred Gar nett of Stanford were here Sunday Sundtyle Ross Bastin of the Bastin Tele phone Company was in town Sun dayJack Jack Adams of Wilton is spend ing a f...

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. — 29 June 1906

I iii1 = 4 i = J m r = = d = > 1 < cror LAND STOCK AND mol molI S H Martin bought of Larkin I Hicks of Brodhead a nice young combined mare at fancy figuresI Mr George Holmes of Crab Or J chard sold to J M Cress a lot ofc E 260 pound hogs at 5 85 interior I H Journal Mann Clark of Bourbon coun I ty have sold this month about 100 head of mules at from 125 to 180 pea headc C Woodford of Mt Sterling sold to J eiiof Lexington 340 cattle Ito be shipped east for the butcher market The cattle averaged 1225 pounds bringing 4 65 per Hundred ora grand total of 18 oooMt Mt Sterling Court The Advo cate says about 800 cattle on the market The quality was only fair most of the stock offered being of light weight Trade was good S and aj times brisk prices were firm and about all the cattle sold by night The best 1000 pound steers sold at 8425 lighter weight at 3 25 to 375 heifers at 3 to 372 the latter price for some fat S stuff Cows at 2J6 to 3 cents GOld sized crowd at the pens with plenty ...

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. — 29 June 1906

FIr I 0 nuui tUflU iDnal liiMAGAZINE SEOTIONi MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY JUNE 29 1906 I Pages 1 to 4 I CLEVER LADY NAVIGATOR MIlS ROSE WATKINS GRANT = ED PILOTS LICENSE ON ILLINOIS RIVER A Model Housekeeper and Expert Cook Assists in Painting Engines of SteamerHusband is Engineer of Boat of Which she is Pilot In the early spring of this year when the Steamboat Inspectors began their examinations at Chicago of tue various applicants for license to handle steamers on the Illinois River they were somewhat startled over the ap pearance of Mrs Rose E Watkius in the class and only after a most thor ough test as to her ability to handle a steamer was she issued a license Mrs Watkins is the wife of Cap tain George T Watkins and they own the boat with which they navigate the waters of the Illinois For the last eight years Mrs Watkins has made her home on her husbands boats Their home was originally at Peoria where Mrs Watkins spent her girl hood days and before her marriage to Captain Wa...

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. — 29 June 1906

4 nuntl lernn ionll IMAGAZINE SEClIONI MT VERNON ROCKCABTLE COUNTY KY JUNE 29 1906 Pages 1 to 4 I 1H CLEVER LADY NAVIGATOR MIlS ROSE WATKINS GRANT ED PILOTS LICENSE ON ILLINOIS RIVER A Model Housekeeper and Expert CookAssists in Painting Engines of Steamer Husband is Engineer of Boat of Which she is Pilot In the early spring of this year when the Steamboat Inspectors began their examinations at Chicago of tiie various applicants for license to handle steamers on the Illinois River they I were somewhat startled over the ap pearance of Mrs Rose E Watkins inI F the class and only after a most thor ough test as to her ability to handle a steamer was she issued a license Mrs Watkins is the wife of Cap tain George T Watkins and they own the boat with which they navigate the waters of the Illinois For the last eight years Mrs Watkins has made her home on her husbands boats Their home was originally at Peoria where Mrs Watkins spent her girl hood days and before her marriage to Captain Watk...

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. — 29 June 1906

oftalk talk is this for a public inn Shall it be a litany my gooi clerk shouted a third or would a hymn be good enough to serve The jongleur had put down his harp in high dudgeon Am I to be preached to by a child he cried staring across at Alleyne with an in flamed and angry countenance Is a hairless infant to raise tongue against me when I have sung in every fair from Tweed to Trent and have twice been named aloud by the High Court of the Minstrels at Beverly I tonightNay ofthe the laborers Hi Dame Eliza bring a stoup of your best to Will to clear his throat Go forward with thy song and if our girlfaced clerk does not love it he can take to the road and go whence he came InHorlle Hordle John There are words wordsIn in this matter It may be that my mylittle little comrade has been overquick in reproof he having gone early into the cloisters and seen little of the rough I Yetthere there is truth in what he says for as you know well the song was not of the cleanest I shall stand by hi...

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. — 29 June 1906

walls cried another What sort of talk Is this for a public inn Shall it be a litany my good clerk shouted a third or would a hymn be good enough to serve 1 The jongleur had put down his harp in high dudgeon Am I to be preached to by a child he cried staring across at Alleyne with an in flamed and angry countenance Is a hairless infant to raise tongue against me when 1 have sung in every fair from Tweed to Treut and have twice been named aloud by the High Court of the Minstrels at Beverly I shall sing no more tonight Nay but you will so said one of the laborers Hi Dame Eliza bring a stoup of your best to Will to clear his throat Go forward with thy song and if our girlfaced clerk does not love it he can take to the road and go whence he came Nay but not too fast broke in Hordle John There are words in this matter It may be that my little comrade has been overquick in reproof he having gone early Into the cloisters and seen little of the rough ways and words of the world Yet there is ...

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. — 29 June 1906

I I T FORESTRY AND HOIEGROFTS ADDRESS OF GEORGE U MAX WELL DEAN OF THE JIOMK CROFTERS GILD OF THE TALISMAN Before the Biennial Convention of the General Federation of Womens Clubs at St Iaul Minn June Fourth 1906 MADAME PRESIDENT AND DELE GATES LADIES AND GENTLE MEN Whcn I received the Invitation to ho with you here today and speak upon I uponthe crofts as It Is announced on the program I felt that the occasion was one of so much importance and the opportunity one which I so greatly ap predated that I ought to do some thing which I rarely do and that was to at least think out n speech In ad vance I was asked for a manuscript of It for the press but I felt that It was unsafe to give It because I never did that yet that something didnt happen that made me lay aside my speech and talk about something wise I have a speech A epared which was planned to last for half an hour and there It Is holding np a card Now I have fifteen minutes to speak and I am going to save that speech for some o...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 29 June 1906

FORESTRY AND HOffiCROFTS ADDRESS OF GEORGE H MAX WELL DEAN OF THE HOME CROFTERS GILD OF THE T iLISJId I Before the Biennial Convention of the General Federation of Womens Clubs at St Paul Minn June Fourth 1906 MADAME PRESIDENT AND DELE GATESLADIES AND GENTLE MEN MENWhen i When I received the invitation to be with you here today and speak upon uponthe crofts as it is announced on the program I felt that the occasion was one of so much importance and the opportunity one which I so greatly ap preciated that I ought to do some thing which I rarely do and that was to at least think out a speech in ad = vance I was asked for a manuscript of it for the press but I felt that it was unsafe to give it because I never did that yet that something didnt happen that made me lay aside my speech and talk about something else I have a speech A epnred which was planned to last for half an hour and there it is holding up a card Now I have fifteen minutes to speak and I am going to save that speech for...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 29 June 1906

F Senator Beveridge presented a rad ical amendment to the agricultural ap propriation bill the other day which was passed promptly Back of the ease and celerity with which this ac tion was accomplished is a story It is an interesting one too for it shows how the President for once at least was able to hold the big stick over the Senate and the great packing inter ests and forced the amendment with which he was in accord The rider that was tacked on to the 7800000 appropriation bill in the Senate at the last moment without discussion provides for the same sort of an inspection of meats for home consumption that is provided for those which are sent abroad It will cost the great packing house industry sev eral million dollars each year for they will have to pay for the inspec tion When the question came up be fore Congress as to who should as sume the expense of this work the packing house lobby objected stren uously to putting up any money for it notwithstanding the fact that some mon...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 29 June 1906

L i Vt Senator Beveridge presented a rad ical amendment to the agricultural ap propriation bill the other day which was passed promptly Back of the ease and celerity with which this ac tion was accomplished is a story It is an interesting one too for it shows how the President for once at least was able to hold the big stick over the Senate and the great packing inter ests and forced the amendment with which he was in accord The rider that was tacked on to the 57800000 appropriation bill in the Senate at the last moment without discussion provides for the same sort of an inspection of meats for home consumption that is provided for those which are sent abroad It will cost the great packing house industry sev eral million dollars each year for they will have to pay for the inspec tion When the question came up be fore Congress as to who should as sume the expense of this work the packing house lobby objected stren uously to putting up any money for it notwithstanding the fact that so...

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. — 6 July 1906

JZ Published Every Friday dunfil 3i VOLUME XIX i J < MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JULY e I i f t U t e I Bright Snappy SnappyStylish Stylish r Clothing a ClothingKwtlit Ivwality Koiints If you are looking for unusual clothing values youre looking for us and we are looking for you Weve had a lot of good things Clothingin in the past but there i has never been a time when we felt so thor toughly our complete mastery of I t Iie situation in all lines of mer chandise as we do this season Weve bought heavy because we expect to sell heavy and we expect to sell heavy simply be cause we are going to be able to offer the finest and most upto date goods of every kind such as will not be found in any other store in Rockcastle county KwRPy Kounfs7 Suits Douglas Shoes and Stetson Hats will do to tie to They are carefully made spledidly finished and the styles are Up To Now If we sell you goods this sea son well sell you next season 11 Vernon the Town Bakers the Place t Ui J l lr k BK...

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. — 6 July 1906

I I i i bit igners sMw la readIness to participate that was surprising Courier Journal Even Great Britain celebrates when William Jennings Bryan arouses the hearts of patriotic Amer icans on British soil to spontaneous bursts of enthusiasm A NEW YoRK doctor now blames bridge with causing nervous ex haustion among women That is nothing to the social and financial exhaustion it causes among the womens husbands especially now as the summer resorts have opened in full blast WK hear ofa preacher out in Kansas wLo has been jumping on coruption in politics He should remember that Dowie and Zion City give the politicians room to talk NEWS ITEMS Five boys were killed and nine injured by a dynamite explosion at Wanamine near Wilkes Barre Prof Henry A Ward of Chi cago the well known naturalist was struck by an automobile and killedThe The military situation in the Cau casus is grave Disaffection has occurred among practically all the thcI troops including Cossacks George Camobell and Frank Vad...

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. — 6 July 1906

sr 0 Mr VERNON SIGNAL MT VERXON KY JULY 6 1906 l8 h CflhI p Xo 79 when you t t nl to Coinmuni cut pith SIGNAL 9 t rr < 1JJ i1 1 CG t l LJ I J T 1 j LOUISVLLE A MASHVILLE R R cJ TIME TABLE 25 north T 124 p m 24 north 332 a 111 2m Hitfi rtf r24 p ir iSmtJi 12 36 a m IAS LANDHUM Agent Will No 58 > RitUtrcfl at Hie VrVbrimn IK Piwtnffiev itat s iilcliss ifirtil nislitr I r SB SON A v i S Mis Be > sieSp IrkS is visiting in LOiUSX ill V C W Cone spent the Fourth at Paint Lick v Dr 1C J Brown was up from Stanford Wednesday Mis Snm Hysinger is danger ouch ill at this issue r Miss Annie Thompson has been quite sick for the past week Mis Robert Taylor of this place is seriously ill at this writing J J McCall tin Hazel Patch merchant was in town yesterday Walter MiHer left Sunday nigl t for an extended visit to Wash g ton City CityW W F Champ of Paint Lick was here on business the first ol the wtek I Doctors Southard of Bee Lick and Levis of Vildie were in town yesterday yesterdayMiss...

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. — 6 July 1906

I JGi1 QUARTERLY REPORT Showing tbe financial condition of The Bank of Mt Vernou at the close of busines June 30 1906 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 65698575 Overdafts secured 128322 Due from Natl Banks 14165 56 Mortgages 1972659 Specie 747 oS j Currency 36 000 439708 Furniture and Fixtures 42025 Current expenses last Quarter 568 18 131823 9886486 LIABILITIES Capital stock pa dincasli5000oo Surplus fund4o000O Undivided profits 4230 61 Deposits yuhjct to check on which iuttrest is not paid 44 574 25 Deposits subject to check i on which interest is paid 3106000 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of indebtedness of any stockholder person com pany or firm including in the lia bility of the company or firm the liability of the individual members thereof directly or indirectly if such indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid in and actual amount of surplus of i the bank Nt Highest amount of indebtedness c f any director or officer it amount 01 such indebtedness exceeds 10 ...

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. — 13 July 1906

I j Published Every Friday n Fridayieti1nti ionlI Bright Snappy SnappyStylish Stylish StylishClothing Clothing 5 Tvwality Koimts I If you are looking for unusual clothing values youre looking for I us and we are looking for you I Weve had a lot of good things II to say about our K KT Clothing Clothingin i been a time when we felt so thor I toughly our complete mastery of the situation in all lines of mer chandise as we do this season Weve bought heavy because we expect to sell heavy and we I I expect to sell heavy simply be cause we are going to be able to I offer the finest and most upto I I date goods uf every kind such as I will not be found in any other I store in Rockcastle county Kwalify Kounfs7 Suits i Doucrfas Shoes I I G T JOHNSON Who is soon to become a citizen of Mt Vernon Mr Johnson has sold his store room and residence at Wildie to W M Hayes and in turn has purchased the lot on which Chas Davis drug store was burned and was here Wednesday I to close the deal and let a c...

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. — 13 July 1906

MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY July 13 1906 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOC Advertising rates made known 01 application FOIL CONGRESS We are authorized to announce JUDGE JOHN W HUGHES of Mercer County as acandidate 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 DENVER AND THE GREAT WEST IGo West Young Men said Horace Greely the great New York editor just after he had been held up in Danver for seventyfive cents for a shave and at Salt Lake City for fifty cents for one fourth of an apple piefor said he Any coun t y which hascities whose inhab itants have the nerve to charge such prices will some day be a great corn try toTruly was his prophec correct Leaving our old Ken tucky home on the morning of June 25th we traveled almost con tinuousally at a high rate of speed until 8 oclock P M the 27th when we arrived at Denser whert we were to spend a few days with our relati...

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