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VOLUME XVI MT VERNON TRGCJ CA TLII COUNTY KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 10 1902 NUMBER 2c
TELL MY FRIENDS TO BE BRAVE AKD FEARLESS AND LOYAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE
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J G Frith just keeps on build
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The public school building at
this place has been condemned by
Supt Ballard
Rev A J Pike and fam
ily visited Thomas Brown of Pu
laslci county this week
Mrs James Owens and children
are visiting her brother John Rid
dle and familx of Pulaski county
Mrs Nancy J Reynolds and j
family visited her soninlaw John
Elder and family at Kriger Ky
last week
Mrs Samantha Hubble of Stan
ford Ky and Mrs Nancy Smith
of Somerset Ky are visiting the
Woodyard Hilton and Cherry fam
ilies
The Misses Keislings gave an
oyster supper Monday night which
The all
was well attended guests
say they had the best time of their
lifeMr
Mr Wm Carsons son Givens
stuck the point of a cissors in his
eye Wednesday which will belike
ly to badly injure if not destroy
the sight
sightWe
We have two firstclass butcher
K shops in town and are expecting
cheap beef of the very best quality
e as they are buying the best grade
of cattle
cattleOur
Our town is growing steadily
James Tyree has purchased of
f J V late the property on theI
f corner of Main and Copper Creek
road and is building large bl ack
smith shop
The public well is in progress
IL H Reynolds the contractor
says he is about 25 feet deep has
already struck considerable water
but we want water in abundance
so that all who come may drink all
ethey want and feel good
goodI
There was some little excitement
here Saturday evening over the
rumor that a negro had broke into
a house at Maretburg and wa5
coming this way Our efficient
deputy town marshall very quickly
got the robber in his custody and
relieved him of a suit of SH
Martins clothes Mr S H Mar
tim your clothes may be alright 1
but they never will look like any
thing ally more
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FAR FOR SALEI have for
sale a farm of 127 acres lying on
the waters of Brush Creek two
miles north of Level Green Good
house and outbuildings Orchard
and well watered Terms easy
For further information call on
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The protracted meeting conduct
edbyRev Hartsfield is now going
on
Mrs D N Lewis visited her
daughter Mrs J J McCall Tues
day
Misses Sadie Martin and Grace
1fcCallwere in Mt Vernon Mon
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Walter and J Hunt L No
employes were visiting homefolks
last Saturday and Sunday
Mrs Rebecca Reynolds will give
possession to Mr Mort Owens as
yet Mrs R has not decided where
she will go
Milton and Emmett Cummins are
in Indiana looking out a location
for M C Cummins their father
who intends moving there soon
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QUAIL
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Born to the wife of IsaacHerron
Oct 1st a boy v
Nat Wright sold to Jothaui
Brown 3 heifers for 40
Thos Taylo r is doing some car
pen terwork for A G Craig
Miss Katharine Lewis of Louis
ville is visiting her sister Mrs
Dr Proctor this week
DEAD Sirilda Lawrence aged
about 65 died Saturday and was
buried at Poplar Grove Sunday af
ternoon
David Thompson Jr and wife
of Pieachersville were visiting
relatives in this vicinity from Sat
urda until Monday
IT GOES RIGHT To THE SPOT
When pain or irritation exists on
any part of the body the applica
tion of Ballards Snow Liniment
will give prompt relief It goes
right to the spot said an old man t
who was rubbing it in to cure his I
rheumatism C R Smith Propr
Smith House Tenaho Texas I
writes III have used Ballards I
Snow Liniment in my family for
several oJ ears and have found it to I I
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be a fine remedy for all aches and
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pains and I recommend it for pains
ip the throat and chest 250 hoc
and Sroo grail druggists
MOTHERS
Who would keep their children
in good health should watch for
the first symptoms of wormst jincl
remove them vith Whites Cream
Vermifuge It is the children s
best tonic It gets digestion at
dwork so that their food does < them
good and they grow up healthy
and slrohg 25cY at all druggists
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HON J N SHARP
Whose announcement as a candidate for reelection as Common
wealths Attorney appears in this issue For five years Mr Sharp has
faithfully served the people of the 28lh judicial district in that capaity
and now comes asking for a second term on the merits of his past rec
ord which are such that he willuo doubt again be honored with the
office to which he aspires
The following is what the Somerset Republican has to say of him
It is not easy to see why Mr J N Sharp present Commonwealths At
torney can have anything less than a solid endorsement of the Repub
licans of this judical district for renomination
We all claim to be for the man who is best fitted for such a respon
sible office as well as most willing to perform his duties fully and well
and the five years of service by Mr Sharp for the Commonwealth has
proven himself capable of being classed high as a servant of the people
and his untiring energy in his attention to duties has shown that he be
lieves a servant of the people should give hard work for them 1
Vhen Mr Sharp entered upon the duties of his office he was com
paratively a stranger to most of our people arid their faith in him came
from a hearsay evidence but he had not been in office long till their con
fidence in him was stronger and came directly from the knowledge that
he could do his duty and would do itregardless of men and opinions of
men impartially to all alike
Mr Sharp iJ quite young man to fill the place so well and we
think it is right and proper that such as meet the responsibilities of
such an office without fear and favor and make such success as he in
prosecuting evil doers deserves endorsement of his party and the pep
pie by re nomination and reelection
The William burg Times among ot1 thing has this to say Mr
Sharp was elected five ears ago and although he is the youngest as
Veil as the best looking prosecuting attorney fa the State he has con
victed more men and had them sent to tire penitentiary than any other
prosecuting attorneiJn the State outside of the City of Louisville
The people of Whitley are proud of his record as well as they are
of him and will give their unanimous support for reelection
Mrs Asa D Clark who reniar
ried her divorced husband y Septem
ber 10th last is already a petitioner
< for another separaJOH V < i
Tire Federal Certrf tertu for the
V ester iuKcittuck tilfrjtrirt viII be
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I Enrile 2ola toy famous French
author died at Parrs on the 30th
f >
ITbe sixteenth annual conven
jticn of the American Thepsophical
society closed ifeessionlu Chicago o
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500 Suits for 300
750 Suits for 500
1000 Suits for61L50
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Groceries and Furniture > i t
OF ALL KINDS
At Less Prices than any Store in
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Dr R M Faris is in town today I
The Odd Fellows are having a I
new roof put on their Hall
rlvIr Sam Hardin who is So years
fold has been slightly indisposed
for several days
ProI
jE r ty on Stanford Strecantly va
icated by Mrs Fish
Mrs Jane Reese an old resident
of this place is suffering from
nervous prostration
prostratIOni
Miss Ernie Meuefee of Holdain
Mill neighborhood is spending a
few days with Mrs Patten
Felix Myers of Texas is at the
Gover house with his brother Stew
art Myers who continues very ill
Born to the wife of Chas Davis
twin boys Mother and babes are
doing wellas reported by Dr
Henry Pet tus the attending phy
sician
IThe managers of the bank have
made a beginning toward the put
ting up the building They are
now having the stone and brick
hauled brickI
Mrs Fish and daughter Miss
Allie have given up their house
and are visiting among friends be
fore leaving for their trip to Knox
ville Tennessee and California
R L Riddle who has been spend
ing several months with Miss Fan
nie Langford went home with his
mother a few days since to stay
until his health improves as he had
been suffering sometime from ma
ariaThe
The sales of D J Smith and
Mrs M E Fish were well attend
ed Mr Smith sold his farm of
too acres to Mrs Frazer of Madison
County for 2250 Mrs Fish
rented her farm to Dr Phillips and
Wm Sprinkles for 35000
Mrs Sarah Kelly has a field of
splendid corn for sale supposed to
contain from 60 to 75 barrels She
wants 150 in the field cr will de
liver it in the vicinity of Crab Or h
ard at 200 Anyone wanting to
buy can see Mrs Kelly at Geo H
Patters
PattensD
D J Smith has purchaseda por
rand tion of the old Billy White farm
and will build a residence on the
land near the old Richmond road
Ve < glud to know that Mr
Smith is not going to leave our sec
turn as he is a good citizen and
superintendent of our Sunday
school and one of the leading mem
bers of the Baptist church
Dr Stapp and fife have rented
the old Higgins property for a
month during which time he will
make preparations to move to some
other section of the country Dr
Stapp and wife have conducted a
very successful school here for
several years and will be very
much in every circle especially in
the church where they were uu 5
tireiug workers tiEr e dislike to
have them go but wish for them + p
a more profitable field of labor >
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A TRIBUTE FROM THE BAR 1 > J
OF WHITLEY COUNTY t
The undersigned members of the
Bar of Whitley County irrespective
of political opinions having seen
in the public prints the announces J
ment of the candidacy of Judge T
Z Morrow for reelection to the
office of Judge of the Circuit Court
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great pleasure and do hereby com
mend and indorse his candidacy rya
we do so because of his fair up
right and honorable course as
Judge in the past We take great
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parts of Kentucky where onr Judge
is known that we have one of the
best ablest and most upright
Judge that ever sat on the bench in
Kentucky In making this state
ment we believe we but echo am
overwhelming public sentiment
Williamsburg Ky Sept 29 1902
IIenryGeo
Geo P Johnson B F Rose
H C Harmon J C Bird
James Stinson Walker Mason
L D Denham C W Lester
T B Fish H H Tye
JV L Whitehead J K Watkins
W F Watkins S VD Stout
T S Arthur L L Peacef
G A Denham Mart Rains
F B Goodhart H C King
DO YOU WANT TO YAWN
Feel cold shiverings aching in
bones lack energy headache and
great depression These symptoms
may be followed by violent head
ache high fever extreme nervous
ness a condition known as malria
Herbiue cures it Take it before
the disease gets a good hold though
it will work a cure in any stage
J A Hopkins Manchester Kan
wntes I have used your great
medicine Herbine for several
years There is nothing better for
r malaria chills and fever headache
billiousness and for a blood purifT
ring tonic there is nothing as good
5oc at all drugstores
j J Hampton Moore of Chicago
j was elected President of the Nation
I al Republican League fay aeclama
1 lion
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I solvent on the 30th by the chan
it cellar of New Jersey and placed iur
al the hands fa receiver

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