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MT. VERNON SIGNAL
Friday, Feb. 14, 1913
On the invitation ot the Bristol, .Lawrence has gone to Indiana for
Tennessee. Beard of Trade Mr a few months stay. Miss Bertha
Maret, our delegate to the Ash- Litton, of Mt. Vernon, was thr
ville. N. C. P-nnd roads myelin?, charming guest of Miss Viola De-
Publishcd every Friday by
EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT.
UBSCRIPTICIN ONE YEAR $I.OO
Advertising rates made known on
KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION
will probably return via Bristol ord last Saturday and bunday.
to confer with the members of
the Board on the Boone Vay and
who is in school at
jpent from Friday
with his mother
Plan to Revive the "Old Wil
derness Road" Meets with
Wc Are Authorized to Announce
As a candidate for Jailer of Bockcastle subject to
the action of the Republican party. August
We Are Authorized to Announce
As a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle subject to
the action o! the Repdblican party. August Pri
We Are Authorized to Announce
As a candidate for Shcritt of Rockcastle subject to
the action of the;Uopublicau party, August Pri
The Louisville Post is agin' any
government appropriation for the
construction of Boone Way. Mr
Sherley the Fifth district represen
tative in Congress irom Louisville,
however, is for Boone Way so let
the Post offer it- opposition. It
will have no effect on the result of
the movement for this important
highway. It appears that the
editor of this sheet in question is
under the belief that he carries
more brains than the following
statemen who heartily favor
governmental aid in the work:
Champ Clark, Ollie Janie?, the
Keutucky delegation in Congress
Governor MeCreary and mauy
others. The case presents a
peculiar appearance when the
.Post and Courier Journal are to
gether on an v question. Peculiar
..'indeed. Both will probably claim
to be the originators of "nothin for
the Mountains nohow" and
Mirse Henri, he (the C. T.) jes'
set back and laff" and say nothin'
more, at the articles of the little
one hoss mountain editor's efforts
to secure aid in the building of
the proposed national highway
fr im Cumberland Gan 10 Crab
Orchard. He who laughs last etc.
.'T lere is a good day coming when
Marse Henri's Daper and tht run
b Col. Dick Knott will wish they
had dialled out a different lcind
of treatment to South Eastern
Kentucky and East Tennessee
and Virginia. The Mt. Vernon
Commercial Club is at work in
the matter to ascertain it" the
business and professional men of
.Louisville endorse the position
taken by these papers in reference
to the above proposed highway.
Fair treatment will be demanded
or. we will take up our doll rags
and play elsewhere.
Special. Bristol, Tenn., Feb. it.
Jackson Morris, of Pineville,
and James Maret, secretary of the
Commercial Club of Mt Vernon,
Ky., sent interesting information,
here as to progress toward the
building of roads in Kentucky
which are to be the connecting
links for the proposed highway
between this city and Lexington.
Mr. Morris is chairman of the
committee that is making thD
fight for a $5oo,ooo good roads
bond issue for Bell Lounty, Ky
The vote will be taken March 4,
and M r. Morris believes that the
proposition will win. Mr. Maret
has sent a map, showing the
Boone Way" from Cumberland
Gap via Middlesboro, Borbourville
Loudon and Mt. Vernon to Crab
Orchard, the distance being only
ninety-eight miles. Mr. Maret
states that a well-organized move
ment is on foot to build this road
At Crab Orchard the "Boone Way"
will connect with the pike system
of Kentucky, leading to iichmond
Danville, Louisville and Lexington.
The situation in Virginia
counties with reference to this
road is encouraging. Many promi
n;nl Virginians are back of the
movement, and there is every indi
cation that Washington, Scott and
Lee counties will issue bonds to
build their part ot the road.
Mrs. H. H Jsaacs and children
visited her mother at Leroy a part
of last week. Harve Brown and
Clay Thompson were in Mt.
Vernon last Saturday. J. F.
Bloomer has about closed out his
stock of merchandise and he and
W. F. Cress will have a general
sale the 15th. and will start about
the 20th for Kansas. Miss Essie
Brown spent Inst Thursday night
with her little niece Vella Hatcher.
Miss Liz?ie Todd alt r spend
ing two months with her sister
at Livingston has returned to
her home here. There will be
services at Fliendship next Satur
day and Sunday conducted by Rev.
John Soward. Miss Maybelle
Cummins was the guest of her
cousin Miss Isabelle Ping last
Friday night. Some of the farm
ers have begun plowing but it
Seems that they get but very little
done on account of so much rain .
Agents wanted to take sub
scriptions for the Atlanta, Ga.,
Tri-Weekly Constitution. Valu
able premiums for subscribers,
lioeral commissions and ca;h
prizes for agents. You can make
money fast in any small town or
along any Rural Route. Some
agents make a good living. Others
make 15.00 or $20.00 a month
on the side, soliciting subscriptions
Address for particulars: Tri
Wbeicly Constitution, Atlanta,
DON'T YOU BELIEVE IT.
Some say that chronic consti
pation cannot be cured. Don't
you believe it. Chamberlaiu's
Tablets have cured others why
no; you? Give them a trial. They
cost onlv a quarter. For sale by
C ASTO R I A
The preacher who takes the
p.rize in raising needful sums for
church work so far is an old
colored man down South.
' We have a collection to take
up dis mawnin'," he said, "a co'
lection for a mos' important
cause, an we neds as much money
as we can get. But for de sakes
of your reputations, whichever of
you stole Mr. Jones' turkey don't
put nothin' in de plate."
That was how he got money out
ol every member of bis congregation.
Aunt Eliza came up the walk
and said to her small r.ephew:
"Good morning, "Willie. Is
your mother in?"
s in," replied "Willie
"D' you suppose I'd
be wo. kin' in the garden on Sat
urday morning, if i-he wasn't.
The Fiscal court met this week
to make settlement with the sheriff
QMZ BE CURED
! W9S9 Prove St to You Free
J. C HuUcU. R. r
It is not worth while to hate
anyone. Life is too shortto cherish
iil-xvill 01 haid thoughts. What
if that man has cheated you or
that woman has played you false
or some friend forsaken vou? Let
it all pass. What difference will
it maKe to you in a few years,
when you go hence to that un
discovered country. All who
treat you wrong will be more
sorry for it than you in your
deepest grief. A few more smiles
a few more tears, some pleasure,
much pain, a little longer hurrying
and worrying in the world, some
hasty greetings and abrupt fare
wells and life will be over, and in-
juier and injured will be laid
away and forgotten. It is not
worth while to hate each other
This is our advice and like salva-
Try it during 1913.
Hugh Miller went to the
counties of Hardin and Larue a
few days ago to purchase a lew
pure bred Duroc Jersey sows.
He has now on his Hillsdale farm,
sows sired by the great boar 'I
am Good Enough Again 35781"
which sold in J. O. Kerfoot's
Iuroc Jersey sale a short time
ao for $410.00. He has another
Gilt sired by the great breeder
"Orine Chief". These sows are
now mated to a son of Volunteer
Advance 43667, a winner at the
StPte Fair and grand champion at
Chicago International, which sold
a few weeks ago for $1500.00. He
says he has purchased another fine
sow mated to "Ccl. King' taid
by many Duroc breeders to be the
best boar south of the Ohio River.
Hugh, in our opinion is certainly
on the right road in buying
thoroughbred stock. It pays to
keep good stock of any kind on
vour farm. If you will notice
the papers, you will see that the
farmers in our blue grass counties
are at all times looking after
pure bred stock. Why can t our
farmers do this. There is nothing
in the way to keep them troui
looking after this end of the farm
business. Well bred stock ot any
kind means less trouble, less feed,
and more money for the farmers.
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Yon can uot keep posted on cur
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MT. VERNON, KY.
Baker Building, Up Stairs.
Rooms recently oceupied by Drs. Hat
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tion it's free.
Governor Lee Cruce, of the
State ot Oklahoma, in a letter to
Secretary of oar Commercial Club
states: "I have your favor of
February 4th. calling attention to
the Boone Highway. Not only as
an ex-Kentuckian, interested inaJlJ
things that have Kentucky- tinge
and spirit, but -as a citizen of a
great country, interested in every
movement that will tend to its
development, I will be glad to
Jend any influence I can in the
promotion of the project you
ihay in hand".
Judge Richard G. Williams, of
Covington was the first non
resident to pin the Boone Way
Booster Band No. 1, of Mt. Ver
non. CoLyBennett H. Young, the
Com'mander of U. C. V., railroad
and bridge buildei and noted law
yero Louisville, was the "second.
0r bats of totkasm.
C. E. Mullins the drummer was
here last week calling on the
merchants. Mrs. Hattie McQuary
and son, Willie, of Plato, and a
Mr. and Mrs Inabrit. of Montana,
spent last Sunday with Mrs. J.
N. Brown. Luther Burein. of
Woodstock, was the guest of Dr.
H, H. Isaacs a part of last week.
Mrs. G. B. Lawrence visited her
sisters at Mt. Vefnon the latter
part of the week.
Miss Kate DeBord, of jthe Brown
Memorial School, spen Jrom
Friday until Sundav with home
folks here. Mrs. O J. Mqlli is
and little son, Woodrow, Lave re
turned from a few days visit with
relatives at Ocala. Several at
tended the birthday dinner given
last Sunday at the home of J. J.
DeBord in honor of his 53 year.
The four months old baby ol' Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Cheek, of Mt. Ver
non, which died Friday was
brought to Mt. Pleasant Saturdiy
and .buried. Miss Zelma Brown
who has been at home for two
weeks sick with, mumps has re
covered saientlvtoreturn to
school. Grt r;Tfc4peou spent
Saturday flight with" his brother,
J. L. ThOMfiaa here. George
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within conservative bounds, is
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people it serves.
This bank constantly en
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D. G. BAKER, President.
J.P.E. DRCMMOND, Vice.-Pres.
. F.L.THOMPSONJr., Cashier.
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