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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
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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 mountains I
ill are the grandest and its politics an
immortal poet has spoken the un
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forgettable aijd final truth about
that mother of beauties and Allan
tean men of statesmen by the
hundred oflusty and vital people
They are on the bench by the
old cabin door today the emigrant
Kentuckians returning to their
home Mr Justice Harlan Mr
Carlisle Mr Adlai Stevenson are
on hand Girls and women many
diameters lovlier than the dawn
are more numerous than impassion
ed periods in Joe Blackurns fieriest
speech Apple parings corn husk
ings Virginia reels burgoos sew
ingbees poker games and any
another sport primitive or modern
all will be enjoyed in the jovial
AKentucky lashicr Five days of
fun song eloquence dedication
and exhilaration All doors are
open Jugs ditto Heres to good
old hearty Kentucky
Yes everyone is happy Thous
ands of exKentuckians are grasp
ing the hands of the present Ken
iuckians sons are returning home
and kissing their dear good old
mothers whom they have not seen
for many years brothers who have
been separated since the troublous
times of the sixties are once more
united and are looking fnto each
others eyes with beaming faces
grandsons and granddaughters are
returning to view the childhood
homes of their father and mother
and to see the fields and forests of
dear old Kaintuck Some of
the wanderes have returned laden
with the spoils of conquest others
have returned penniless but to one
and all Kentucky extends the heart
Jest of welcomes
POLITICS AND POLITICIANS
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i Judge A W Benron has accept
ed the appointment as United
States Senator to succeed Joseph 1t
Burton resigned
Henry A du Poht was last night
decided upon by the Republican
legislative caucus in Dove Del
for United States Senator
William Pinkney Whyte of
Maryland was Monday sworn in j
as United States Senator to suc
ceed the late Hon A P Gorman
e
Because of his prominence in
starting the beef investigation Up
ton Sinclair is to be put forward as
a candidate for office by New Jer
sey Socialists
Governor Fred M Warner Re
publican was nominated without
opposition at the first generrl pri
mary election in Michigan Pat
rick H Kelley of Detroit was
nominated without opposition for
Lieutenant Governor
The House Tuesday having un
der consideration the Sundry Civil
Bill on motion of Mr Williams in
creased the appropriation for
Vicksburg national millitafy park
vo 100000 The bill carried an
appropriation of 70000
Judge George Du Relle of Louis
ville was appointed United States
District Attorney of the Western
= district of Kentucky to fill the place
made vacant by the death of R D
4 Hill Howard Jolly of Owens
boro will be named as assistant
Che Democrat State Executive
Committee in session in Louisville
call primary 1
Tuesday decided to a
November 6 for the purpose of
nominaviiig caudilateSrSt10f
fices and vat the sameitiraenominatr
jug a candidate for United tate
euator lo be voted fqfDythe f I
l1sufhV 1
L Leisltirifl 19oSi
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TheHoa J Vl Newman of I
Versailes Wednesday announced i
his candidacy for tBe Democratic
nomination for State Com uissiou of
Agriculture
AgricultureAlloriieyjjeneral N B Hays
Wednesday nuide formal announce
ment of his candidacy for Govern
or and in a signed caid to the
voters calls for reforms and re
trenchment in the party
Congressman Burkhead who let
the youngster Hobson beat him foi
renomiuation has announced for
i the Senate against Mr Pettus
doubtless believing that if he cant
IIdoub1less
beat a young man he can an old
one But he has tackled the wrong
old one Senator Pettub is the
idol of the Alabama Democrac
I
and it will keep him in harness
till his death
IDavid R Faancis with one
speech which sent the Democrat
State convention wild with delight
I
and enthusiasm nominated
I William J Bryan for the Presiden
cy and for once and all closed up
the chasm which has yawned in
Missouri Democracy since i8q6
State after State is declaring for
Mr Bryanand it now looks like
the Democratic convention to nom
inate a candidate for President will
be merely a ratification meeting
G
NEWS ITEMS
Benjamin Bosworth father of
Henrv Bosworth State Treasurer
died Sunday morning at his homt I
near Lexington
D J Wood Commonwealths
Attorney of the Tenth Judicial dis
trict died Mondav at his home in
Muufordville following an opera
tion
Another effoit was made Mon
day to start the Dillionvale Ohio
mines with nonunion labor The
strikers are said to be in an ugly
moodMadison
Madison lud suffered severely
by fire Tuesday atternoon the
ailuctuun being made more serious
by the poor operation of the water
mainsThe
The business of the United States
with Japan has increased 1000 per
cent in ten years and is greater
than that with any other Oriental
nation
John Alexander Dowie appeared
on the witness stand in Chicago
Tuesday to testify in the proceed
ings involving the ownership of
Zion City
Jude Stoutannounced Tuesday
that he will call a special term of
t e Scott Circuit Court to disuse j
of the Powers case as soon as he
bonThe finishes his present sitting in hel
The body of Senator Gorman
was taken from the vault in Wash
ington Tuesday and consigned to
its last resting place in Oak Hill
cemetery Brief services were
conductedThe
The Court of Appeals upheld the
constitutionality of the Day Bill
prohibiting the coeducation of the
races in Kentu ky but struck out
certain sections beyond limitations
prescribed
A tornado in Cboufeau county
Montana has destroyed an im
mense amount of property It is
reported that Fort Assiniboin is se
riously damaged The country is
a stockgrowing region The
damage reaches 100000
I
Dr W G Gillette and Robeit
Granniss both former vice presi
idents ofthe Mutual Life Insurance
Company have been indicted by I
the special grand jury which has
been investigating insurance affairs
in new York Gillette is charged
with forgery and perjury and
Granniss with forgery and filing
false statements
The Courier J urnal Wednesday
morning published the pomplete
confession of Curtis Jett as made in
the Cynthiana jail and given out
by Jetts attorneys for exclusive
publication in that paper In it Jett
goes into the details of the murder I
of James Cockrell and James B
Marcum and throws important light
on t assassination of Dr B D
Cox He implicates James Hargis
and Ed Callahan as the chief con
spirators in the Cockrell and Mar
cum murders and tells of events
before and after each shooting He
confesses he killed Marcum and
says B J Ewings story of theas
eassiuation was true l He declares
that be and John Smith and John
Abner killed Cockrell He impli
cates Hargis and Callahan strongly
in the Cox murder ancr nves details
relating thereto that have not here
tofore been made public Of 0 Alex
HargisJett ysJ isan inuj
entnanl Healvays tried
to ektu 11fi t i
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U A Wlitehead was in H I
it inon Monday Mrs Leimnons
it1SI
returned Sunday from an extended
visit lo relatives and friends at I
Knoxville H S Woodall was in
Richmond Thursday on business 1
Mrs W M Stout and family I
have been very sick with the I
measles for several days Master i
Fred Merimee of Pariis visiting
his grandparents llrnnd Mrs
George PopeMr and Mrs Bell
and Miss Blanche Whit worth of
Hreckinridge county were the
guests of Mr and Mrs Dee Bryant
this weekMrs Jame Anderson
spent Saturday and Sunday with
withI
father Mr John Childress at Or
lando I
Master George Sambrook is
pending the week in Covington I
he guest of John Stuckey Mr
James Burrows returned to his
home at Lowell Monday after an
extended visit to Mr L H Davis
Mr and Mrs Hardwick and son
of Hamilton Ohio are the guests
of Mr and Mrs L H Davis this
weekMr Conn Asher spent sevI
eral days with his parents at Wal
laceton last weekMrs W J
JIChildress
Childress is spending the week in
Covington the guest of Mrs J R
StuckeyMr Jerome Adams and
son Casper were in Mt Vernon
Tuesday on business Miss Chris
tine Asher of Vallac ton is the
guest of her sister Mrs L H Davis
Mr and Mrs Frank Westerfield
were pleasant visitors at the homes
of Messrs W W Wright snd L
M Westerfield Mrs A H Me
Ferron attended the Sundayschool
Convention at Wildie Sunday
Mr John Howell came home from
Corbin Saturday sick We are
glad to say he is able to be out
agaillMrs Chas Rice and Miss
Jesse Bogart spent a few days with
Mr Rice at his mill at Hazel Patch
this weekDr W J Childress
spent Tuesday in Cincinnati and
Hamilton OhioMr Chas Rice
Jr was in town Tuesday between
trainsMiss Vera Oven returned
home Wednesday from school at
Mt v VernonMr Dee Bryant
spent several days with homefolks
this weekMr Henry of Louis
ville is the guest of his sister Mrs
MrsII
Robert Lemons Mr Nance of
Louisville was the guest of W W
Wright Monday
OLD HICKORY CHIPS
Hyoar Associate Editor
It is impossible to forgive unless
you forget
The shortest course is often the
most hazardousI
It will be easier to believe that
President Castro has retired from
public life after one has not heard
of him bra week
Nobody has trown any hoquets
at the Czar yet And if they do
he will take precaution to see that
they are not loaded
What a mild manered thing steal
ing a crop report would now seem
after all the more horrible things
we have read of lately
Senator Tilluian ought to get
some pointers from Mr Beveridge
on methods of getting legislation
passed while you wait
Congress has done more busi
ness for almost two weeks without
anyone being called a liar outside
of a few unimportant committee
bearings
DEATH FROM LOCKJAW
never follows an injury dressed
with Bucklins Arnica Salve leE
anticeptic and Jiealing proprieties
prevent blood poisening Chas
Oswald merchant of Resselaeis
villeN Y writes It cured Seth
Bvrch of this place of the ugliest
sore on his neck I ever saw
Cures Cuts Wounds Burns and
Sores 25C at all Drug stores
no dIfferencebeteen lltttfngand Missing IthedU
ccrcuce betccn an Axurate anti an lnaccurue Arm
Cioose Iseldlscrmlnltel Get a STEENSI
I Forty litr oCr cxe5ences behind ourlritd and 1
BIFLES PISTOLS snOTGUNS
1108 JelescolcS Jjtco
I AskourdeaIerancI insist
I on the STEVENS jfyou
JjtcoI
I rect txprttt frtpaUm
j receipt of catalog price
ien1 4C In stamps lor 140
fIe catalol descrlblnl
IIe entire SIBVIlNS 140I
11roluseIYIUlStratelanl
contains points on Shoot
mr Ammunition EtcF
Beautiful thrce < olorAlnmlnutn Hanger wtfl be k
orWarded
Ji STEVENS coPOBo
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CHICOPEEPALLS MASS USA
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Rev Green Fish filled his regu
lar appointment here Sunday L
T Stewart made a business trip to
Jackson county first of theJ week
Mrs W H Fish still continues
in a very serious conditionW
H Brannaman and wife attended
G A R encampment at Berea
TuesdayA W Stewart went to
Louisville Tuesday to see his broth
er J A Stewart from DeLand
FloridaMorris Phillips is im
proving fast from his gun shot
wound John Martin was over
from Double Lick Sunday Misses
Mary Jones and Sarah Stewart
made a flying trip to London Sun
dayEd Sexton and family went
to Herea Wednesday to take in the
encampment Some unknown par
ty entered the hou e of A T Fish
last week and stole 212 oo in cash
Will Fish and sisters Daisy and
Tee were over from Mt Vernon
SundayRose Tharpe and wife
of Winston were down first of the
week visiting relatives
f
Troops who were summone < o
stop fighting in Transcaucasia bli
tween Cossacks and Circassian I
used machine guns and killed thir
ty men
menRobert
Robert Tipton a cousin of Judge
ames Hargis shoe and instnirv
killed Miles Patrick on White Hear
creek asa result it is alleged f
an old grudge
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Hakes Kidneys and Bladder High
IBALLS
KENTUCKY FAIR DATES
The folowing are dates fixed for
holding Kentucky Fairs for igo6
as far as reported Officers of lairs
are requested to report to us any
omission or correction ofdates
Drodhead Aug 153 days
Stanford July 123 days
Lancaster July 183 days
Houstonville July 253 days
Madison ville July 35 days
Danville August 13days
I Harrodsburg Aug 74 days
Fern Creek Aug 144 days
Vaneburg August 154 days
Columbia August 214 days
Shepherdsville August 21 4days
I Lawrenceburg August 214 days
Springfield August 224 days
Barbourville August 223 days
Guthrie August 233 days
Nicholasville August 282 days
Shelbyville August 294 days
London August 293 days
Florence August 294 days
I Bard > toArnAugust 29 4 daysI
Somerset Sept 54 days
Elizabetetown Seat 43 days t
Paris September 42 days
Mouticello Sept fI4 days
Glasgow Sept 124 days
Falmouth Sept 264 day
Over 10000000 immigrants will
have entered the United States
through lheiBprt of New York
the year euBxiig June 30 according
to an estitauinade by Immigra
ion Commissioners Watchorn at
Ellis Island
The Court of Appeals Wednes
day declared section 1303 of the
Kent iick y statues governing the
Sunday filosiritf ofsaloons TnLouis
ville to be constitutional and em
forcible iiut ceclirted to require
Judge McCann Qre lock I the dis
missed casesthe court ssuuiing i
that he will itli pleaure nforce 1
ela J wand I1Tr discliargeliis U 1 1t 1
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HANDSOME SHOE
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Iall leathers
I all slyles
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Sole Agents
For The
HamiltonBrownSHOES
SHOES
Guaranteed to give
Satisfaction
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for fasKiorabe
forfIor1ePeoPe
Our Gentlemens Shoe
Our Ladies Shoes >
This is the kind worn l > y George and Martha Washing For STYLE imd WEAR are
uiieqimlecL Every pair has the name of HAMILTONBROWN stamped on them which
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means perfection
perfectionOur
Our stock of LADIES HATS
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is
complete arid we
are selling same at a very low price
Come in and fit up your Girls with Hats that come from F Krueger Sons and you will
save money and be sure of the latest styles
GROCERIES we are selling for inn and not for profit The best Flour at 65 cents a
sackrfllc facts in a nutshell are buy of us and you will he sure to get good goods for little
money Space does not permit ns to tell all but if you come in our store we will by expert
once teach you that buying our goods means peace at home and goodwill toward us
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Yours for trade
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F KRUEGER SONS V
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I I Seven Million boxes sold in past 12 months This signature I
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Af Boffom Prices III
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I Large Stock of
I i MEN AND BOYS CLOTHING
tj LADIES TKIMMED HATS j
miLADI GOODS OF ALL KINDS l
n We pay 1 2 cts for eggs 9 cents for hens 12Acentsjtt Ii
AY if or hams and side meat x
u B rinse your dollar and get as t much as you can carry Ir
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IIIhpm31i A C HBATT
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VEGETABLE SICILIAN
Hair Renewer
Why not stop this falling of your hair At this rate you will soon
soonbe
stops falling hair and makes hair growJl TffiaTBTSaSxa01 °
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A LESSON IN HEALTH
I Health kidnays filter the impuri
ties from the blood and unless they
theyI
I de this good health is impossible
impossibleFoleys
i Folevs Kidney Cure makes sound I
i kidneys and will positively cure all
forms of kidney and bladder disease
It strengthens the whole system
Chas C Davis leading druggist
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NEURAL and
kIDNEY TROUBLE
SDROPS taken ittcruully rids the blood
of the poisonci If vr and acids wJiich
are the dire of these diseases
Applied extc fords almost in
atant relief tr i lea permanent
cure is beirt purifying the
blood dlssolv oiaonous sub
stance and ten cm Lila system
DR tr t AND
Of Drewtou Or a t < a
Ib Mfc ffer r for a number of y azs
wit Lu a IId Ibsatnttiw In icy rms
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and ieg it rId alt tl rewrdIe that I could
gratliO frrra medical work and so cou ulted
with a number ort ° bw < tlhTilcln < bntrouuil
Dotblnf that gar v relief obtained from
5DIUies 1h rcTii > B It in my prtotle
laeloItorrbauznstiaw
rorrbeumatUin liureddl eMea
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If you are sufferlujr v tl Rbeumatlsm
Neuralgia Kidney Trouble or any kin
dred disease write to us for a trial bottle
of DEOPS and test It yourself
5DROPS can ba used any leneth of
time without ccqnirlne a drug habit to
as It is entirely free of opium cocaine
alcohol laudanum gP other similar I
ingredients
i Large SIze Bottle 6DKOPS 808 Dow
18e For Sale br Dranlat DI
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WE invite all to come and see us At my store you
will always find a good selection of Dry Goods andu j
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We carrry a full ineof Clothing that will suit all v4sHf
sizes and ages Our goods are right and our prices are
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Yours very truly f
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will give it careful attention This message applies
to the men and the women alike di
Remember we pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits of II
100 or more when left with the bank and not checked >
upon for a period of six months or more
OFFICERS
C C WILLIAMS Pres W L RICHARDS Cashier
J T ADAMS VicePres A B FURNISH Asst Cash
Fire Proof Oil
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If you are looking for
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Filled with T
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