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v THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE
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Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky I
Kter4 l at SoeondClui Matter February 10th 1904 at tho Fostofflco at Uarbourvlltc Ky
undor Act of Congress of March 8nl 1879
i LO WILL CLARK w EDITOR AND PUBLISHER
Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody
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The Official Organ of the Republican Party in Kox ConAtyI
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ZfAf Only Tfewapapar Published IM Knox County
A WORD TO CANDIDATES
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J 1 We rill insert your name and the Office to which you aspire in the proper
place in this paper and carry the tame continuously until the Party Nominees
t are chosen for the various offices as follows
if for Congressional Honor 2000
i h Judicial District U 1500
fc Leyitlative u 1000
fc County Office Each 500
p Ie Magisterial District 250
Cathiriattcaiesmust accompany the order to insure merlion
L Call OH or Addra TIle Advocate Barlourville Ky
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ANNOUNCEMENTS
FOR CONGRESS
iWe are Authorized to announce
HON W GODFREY HUNTER
p as a candidate for reelection to Congre
Conllreni
i from this tho Eleventh ConsreHslonnl DIs
trlct subject to tho will of tho Kepubllcn
Ii party as expressed nt tho polls of the prlmi
t v ry tObe T hold on August 9th 1001
FOR COUNTY JUDGE
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Wo are authorized to announce
J S MILLER
as a candidate for reelection to tho office of
Co > Inty Judeo of Knox county subject to
the action of the Republican primary No
121901
1901We
We are authorized to announce
J M ROBSION
as u candidate for the office of County Judge
of Knox county subject lo the action of the
Republican primary Nov 12 1001
r We are authorized to nnnouncu
ifT T STAMPER
as a candidate for the otllco of County Judge
of Knox County subject to the action of the
Re ubllcnn primary Nov 12 1004
Wo are authorized to announce t
e T J WYATT
as a candidate for the office of County Judge
of Knox county subject to the action of the
Republican primary Nov 18 1901
FLEM D SAMPSON
dcnndldnte for tho office of
COUNTY JUDGE of Knox county subJect
to the action of the Republlcnn prltnarj
Naj111901
Naj111901FOR
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY
e ore authorized to Announce
IV R LAY
as a candidate for the oflco of County ARm
nOT of Knox county subject to the nctlo
of the Ropubllcnn primary NOv 12 1001
1 FOR SHERIFF
Having been requested and willing to ac
cept I hereby announce myself a candtdat
for the office of Sheriff of Knox county sub
Ject to the Action of the Republican prl
mary Nor 121801
S 0 EARLY
We are authorized to announce
WF DOZIER
as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of
Knox county subject to the action of the
Republican primary Nov 12 1001
Wv j are authorized to announce
DAN H WILLIAMS
as a candidate for the office of Sheriff ot
I Knox County subject to the action of tho
l Republican primary Nov IS 1901
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FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK
Z We are authorized to announce
t WILLIE MCDONALD
urf a t fandldatv for the office of County Court
C1grkofKnox county subject to the actloi
of the Republican primary Nor 12 1HOI
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V e ore authorized to announce
f e JLtsiE i
as candidate for the office of CouutrOoui
Clerk of knox county subject to tho action
f of the Republlciinrpriiubry No i24COt
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tii iJ It f
r V are nuthprlredt6jQonpohcp e J
PBAINt
id 3ii
r oVjtt candidate for the riffled bt OdWnty
a Court Olork of Knox County subject to the
4 icfl u of the Republican prinatry Nor
f 12 ffntr
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ri
We are authorized tohnnoune
f 9 YT 0 PARROTT
BI cniidldiv o for the office of Assessor of
Koox county subject to the action of the
R jpubllcan primary Nov 12 1WM
k TOR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT
r Wo are authorized to announce
SAWYER A SMITH
C v aa icandlda to for Superintendent of Public
f I3cJ cola of Knox county subject to tho so
ttaaof tho Republican primary NorU loot
V are nutborisod to announce
I Jit GX1GNlTE
W wcft dlrto foe roe ectlon to the flaeof
i 8otfMeaiesit ell P 6ti hook f KnoX
I ooqtrRUbkbi the action of the Itopub
AM iiMM7i If or JLll1t
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FOR JAILER
We are authorized to announce
W M MITCHELL
6S n candidate for the office of Jailor of Knox
county subject to the action of the Ropul
peace primary Nov 12 IBM
Wo are authorized to announce
G N BUOHANNAN
as n candidate for the office of County Jallo
of Knox county subject to tho will ot tho
Republican primary Nov 12 1101
i FOR CORONER
We are authorized to announco
HIRAM YEARY
as n candidate for tho office of Coroner
Knox county subject to the action of the
Republican primary Nor 12 loot
FOR MAGISTRATE 2nd DISTRICT
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Wo are authorized to announce
NELSON GRAY
of Flat Lick a sa candidate for the office or
Magistrate of the Second Magisterial Dis
trict of Knox County subject to the actloi
of the Republican primary Nor 12 10ft
and If successful will standby the people ofi
his district
Congressman South Trimble of
Frankfort was renominated Frida
by the Democrats of the Seventh dis
trict in convention at Lexington
Itrict
290 ballots being taken Finding
that Mr Trimble bad made up his
mind to nomnate Clouds M Thomas
of Bourbon county if he himself
could not win several of the other
otherI
candidates agreed to nominate M
Trimble after Mr Trimble had sign
ed a letter to theeffect that he would
not again be a candidate after Mr I
Trimbles friends of the Owen count
delcgatioA had signed an agreement
to help Lexington name the State
Central Committeeman for the Sev
enth district in the coming State
Convention and agreed also to vote
for the State Executive Committee
man recommended by Senator J
Campbell Cantrill arid after the
Owen and Franklin delegations had
agreed verbally to support Senator
Cantrills father Judge James E
Cantrill in his race for Judge of the
Court of Appeals
THERE ore persons who for the
sake of a few cents on the price will
send there job printing to Louisville
and then receive a bad job returned
to them when they could have bet
ter work done at homeland they
say Why is it that a newspaper
and job office does not prosper
here The answer is easy 1fa news
paper and job office had to depend
upon such citizens for a living it
would soon be out of business This
class never place their ad in a news
paper undyet complain about busi
ness being dull and trade falling off
while their competitors arc using
spacp j cvery week and enjoying a
splendid trade
This is nothing new however you
ind such a class iq e > fery commun
ity and we suppose it takes some of
J list such persons as these to make
jp a world of people s
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IT HAS been decided to postpone
the date formally opening the Ken
ucky Building to the World Fair to
J pile 15 The ongnal date had been
0011 set for June 2nd but owing to
the incompleteness ofthe fair it was
I bought best to delay the opening
until everything is ready
THERE will be 988 delegates to
t le feep bHcan National ConTen j
tion 485 being necettary to a choke
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POLITICS 1mItUWGIWS
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While certiaia 4 + CAr young
Democrats wr running for Con
gress in the Setfnth District Conven
tion last week It appears that the
Hon James E Canfrill was running
for Judge pf the COurt of Appeals in
n way that outfootcd them nil
The convention was called to nomi
nate a Congressman but it iI
out that the nomination of a Judge
was the real purpose about which
the voters and the delegates knew
nothing until the heat of contest
was developed
Then it was that such eminent
young Democrats as Thomas Kim
ball and De HaVen were set aside by
nn agreement that covers four years
of time regulating the Congression
al succession It first of all carried
the promise of votes in the judicial
convention for Judge Cantrill for the
Court of Appeals bench The Beck
ham machine got it in the neck from
the Cantrill machine which seems to
be n better working organization in
that district than the Frankfort
body
bodyCampbell
Campbell Cantrill has scored vic
tory No 2
THEODORE ROOSEVELT is the very
latest uptodate example of the
ideal twentieth century American
and dont you forget
Foreign Mission Lectures
Mrs Mary Curtis who has re
cently returned from India gave two
very interesting lectures last Thurs
day and Friday nights at the M E
church on the auject of Foreign Mis
sions Mrs Curtis has spent several
years in China India and the Philip
pines preaching and working among
the heathens and her description of
the situation there was sufficient to
arouse the sympathy of almost every
one She is laboring to raise funds to
send another missionary into this
I field
Cvery Hour All Day Lonfl I
The trolley cars run betvceri Lex 1
ington Paris and Georgetown itav
ing you time and money Fast time
and low rates
A cwioa of PURRS LINSUD On atMQ
with a pUoa of
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Barbourville a Ky
COLORED MASONS TO CELEBRATE
This office has just printed 2080
15x22 posters for Olive Branch Col
ored Jilasonie Lodge of thin city
and also 2000 0x12 posters an
nouncing their grand celebration on
June 24 St Johns Day at the Fair
Grounds A number of prominent
speakers lave been invited fortthis
occasion and are expected to be pres
ent Atnong them are Booker T
Washington S E Smith Henry
bond and W P Annis i
A barbecue will be given on the
grounds and at night a banquet
will be given at their hallin thiscity
The Only FirstClass Livery i 1r wnt Ir
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President T R SLOANI 1st Vice President ROBERT P FIELD1
2nd Vice President J T MATHIS Treasurer JOHN GRIFFETH
Secretary T E SOLLERS
DIRECTORS < r
T R SLOA Camden N J J T MATHIS Collingswood NJ
President Plilladolphlo MlnesCorporationFlour Merchant
ROBERT P FIELD Philadelphia AARON E BURR E qMoorestown Nd
heat Estato
JOHNGRIFFETHPhiludelphia Retired Ranker WAP THOMPSON Coatesvillepa I
Contractorand Builder
r > r SOLLERSPhiladrlphktContractorand
T E SOLLERS Philadelphia Retired Shoe Manufacturer E C BOUTELLE Philadelphia
Mining Engineer
urrTTTtvr r nr PhiladelphiaMining
WILLIAM W FRY National Philadelphia Life Insurance Company E W McCORMICK Washington
ClIASf TUTTLE Camden N J
Mr T R Sloan President t of tho American Industries Company under datp of April 11 1901
writes us In part us follows j
Tho board of directors have authorized tho sale of 142478 shares of tho 7 per cent cumulative J
preferred stock the balance 107522 shares to remain in tho treasury
The procoods of tho 142478 shares sold to you aro to bo applied to further improvements and Re
quiring additional property and tho erection of a custom smelter in North Carolina for tho treat
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ment of copper ores
American Industries Company is tho cons trdnt1on of the following minesLeila Granite and
Safegard Gold Oregon Maxataunoy Magnetic Springs4 Superior Empire Excelsior Marietta
Iron Pennsylvania Maxatounoy Excelsior and Superior + Ochre Umber and Sienna Deposits
Pennsylvania Cornwall Copper North Carolina Placer fashing Eureka Emporia Gold Georgia
The Gold ores free milling assay from 200 to 0700 per ton The Iron ores assay front 40 per J
cent to 55 per cont motalic iron and yield a profit of from 100 to 150 per ton The milling ofi
ochres umbors and siennas now not a profit varlrig from 200 to 350 per tonI I
Iochres
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Tho smelter when completed will show a profit of Over 5000000 per nnnumJ r
I The estimated earning for the fiscal year ending April 15 190547500000 <
I 7 per cent dividends on preferred stock issued 1 99734J50
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4 per cent dividends on common stock issued 25337360
Surplus 1 12189180c
The undoroigned will receive subscriptions for the above 11 br cent CUMULATIVE PREFER Ij
RED STOCK AT 500 PER SHARE and give as a BONUS 8 SHARES OF COMMON STOCK
WITH EVERY SHARE OF PREFERRED
The subscription list will be open until JUNE 11th 1904 and will be closod on that day at 1 p in
or earlier on tho same day the right being reserved or reject any application and to award smaller <
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amounts than applied for +
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being payable Juno 18th loot when allotments will bo made and cortlflcateswlll f be ready for deity t
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