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Il j afIL I r 4flU1jtuUn V u4L fiX I rVO fIE Xy r MT VEIl ON KOCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JUNE 13 1902 NUMBER 38 TELL MY FRIENDS TO BE BRA VE AND FEARLESS AND LOYAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE LINE Flyers For Busy BUYERSr FINE IRONSTONE v CHINA WARE a c=Un I kindled Te s and Saucers 18c Sett Handed Tea Cups lad Saucers 3oc i4 Fancy Embossed eels 35c Plates 25c ar 35ci1Glass Tumblers Ivc r r m LUUiH IU t I iJ r 1I II9 JII mJb 4 1 tJ 1 IiNUbm1 1i1 1 Y L1l WIW W I h o y THE MOST SUCCESSFUL THE MOST RELIABLE I THE MOST POPULAR STORE IN ROCKCASTLE I SPECIALSALES KRUEGERSONSM WARM WEATHER BARGAINS FOR WARM WEATHER SHOPPERS BEST CALICOS ON EARTH 312 5 AND 3 CPS Ladies or Gents Shoes Latest Styles 100 and up Ladies Summer Hats Nicely Trimmed At prices to suit you The Plrce to Get Your Furniture A Bargain Call Fresh Line of Arbuckle Lion Coffee At 10 cents Ib Fresh Groceries in Abundance A No i Jr Extra iMieeifine I Of Jewelry June IIINfact Everything in General Merchandising lOURLINE OF up iii G and IOU will a great to save money if you fail to visit our place before making your purchases rIJQUS and get low in the Big next to office near FOR 0 Hon J Villard Mitchell of Jes samine county is a candidate for General and is being fav orably mentioned for that place by the State press The from the Journal tells briefly his claims for the support of the party Few young men in the state have attained the political promin ence of J Willard Mitchell of Jes samine county who is an announced candidate for the nom ination for Attorney General of Since he attained his majority he has taken an active in- terest1 in politics nearly all the of his party and has ever been foremost in the political affairs of his county Mr Mitchell was nominated and elect ted county attorney of county in 1898 and in 1901 was again chosen for the same office without from the Dem ocrats or As a Dem he has always been found at his post of duty what he thought was the best interests vof his party and the people in gen xPcral In 1889 and iqoo his service were in demand by the State Com mittee and he never once failed to to a partys call He is good lawyer an able and would make an admirable A i tprney General A rule was issued against the Steel Trust at Newark NJ to how cause why it should not b restrained from the of 7 per cent stock into 5 percent l r r I During EVERY PIECE WEARS A RELIA BLE GENERAL MERCHANDISE miss opportunity I prices Brick railroad crossing ATTORNEY GENERAL Attorney following Jessamine Democratic Democratic Kentucky attending conventions Jessamine opposition Republicans pcrat advocating constantly Democratic Campaign respond prosecutor converting 250000000 preferred bondsYj GUARANTEE QUAILo Win Cheek has been on the sick list Dr D C Proctors health is no betterMrs SarahCash remains about the same Vincent Poynter continues about t sameG Morgan was in Stanford Monday W G Proctor was in Erodhead Saturday H G Sutton has a sale on the 2istofjune Dan Holman was here from Crab Orchard last week James Brown and wife took i the excursion to Cincinnati visitinghomefolks Nothing new to report about smallpox at this writing Mart Hix of Livingston was here last week on business H J McMullin and Ted Chandler were in Somerset Saturday Josiah Sutton of Brodbead wa in this section the first of the week W H Brown of Preach rsvi1le tias been in Pulaski buying shee The Masonic Lodge of Woo stock will give a fag picnic June IRat n June John Proctor and E A Herrin VernonaAt the sale of Mrs Nancy Acto cath in hand P Q Grimn has beeuin a very bad condition from nervous pros tration eRev James Cummins and wi friends near Mt Vernon last week Mrr Ben Parrett of Mt Vernon was visiting in this section Satnr t P l tii f J JiIIi h reIII T J MILLINERY L Big Stock 1EI CAN SAVEP of Newest Things in Ladies Misses and Childrens 75cSscyou 50 per cent ou all your purchases in Ladies Hats I uii L1 t AMga- me f Goods For Less money 1iore Goods For Same money day and Sunday Smith and Walker Gastineau of Pulaskiwere in this neighborhood Saturday on business JoeBrownPulaski Saturday last Rev J L Davis preached at baptizedEdMesssrs Charlie Proctor and Da vid Herrin have returned from a business trip to Livingston soniare visiting friends and relatives in Iidiana Bant Hamm John Hamm and Matt Brown spent two days on goodluckMessrs Joe Norton of Wabd the1riverday to attend the Acton sale j Dr D E Proctor is buying fine chickens from Massachusetts and other points having them shipped poultrybusiness There was a very heavy rain and hail storm in the Freedom section greatdamagefarms The loss to someis estimated at 200 G A Morgan bought of W G 9hogstor a sow and pigs for r5A G Craig bought of John Taylor a cow andcalf for 30 + sKENTUCKY 0 FAIR DATES Richmond July r4r9SGeorgetown Cynthiana July 30 Aug 3 Danville August 68 Lexington August 1116 Lawrenceburg August 1622 1922Maysville Shelby ville August 2629 London August 2729 2730Germautovvu 26ntown September 1013gBowling Green 912I Ewing September Louisville Hartford Brodhead October Aug Septemb 1113I Crab Orchard Aug 2325 Barbour ville Sept 35 FATSssaid I had consump tion writes Mrs AM Shields pIness caused by Hay Fever andj Asthma that few thought I could get well but I learned of the mar velour merit of Dr Kings New- Discovery for Consumption used it andwas completely cured ForI desperate Throat and Lung Disj thne world and is infallible for Coughs Colds and Bronchial Affections Guaranteed bottles 500 andloo Trial bottles free at all druggists threateuefed Miss has subsided somewhat and it is believed there will be no further trouble Jt iu ji l PhoneNo CRAB ORCHARD 0 Mr Scott is able to be out after- a few days sickness We had a very severe storm nightsIdayW D Ramsey has gone to Lex severalIdaysBlrs Ward Moore is confined to her room with a slight indisposition Livingstonisof her sou- Pretty little Miss Mary Higgins of Somerset is visiting Miss Georgia Kingcdbis appointment at the Christian church on Sunday last Mrs W C Hutchison is not improving any keeps her bed most of the time tohn Turnbul left a few days since to join his wife andchildren in Davenport Okla Charles Redd and daughter Miss Fannie went to Manchester yesterday to visit friends The lightning killed a nice mare and colt belonging to John Elam during the recent storm Mr Blade wife and baby of Odessa 110 are visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs Logan J R Callan traveling salesman for Claiborne Tate Cowan was calling on our merchants first of weekDr S Burdett wife and baby Brodhead spent Saturday and unday last with the family of D C Payne Charley Snyder representing the drug firm of Park Davis Co N Y is with his mother Mrs Mary Richardson Mrs Bessie Browning and her pretty little boy of Livingston are spending a few days with her moth er Mrs Kate Magee 1i Malinda Gormley of Richmond came down on the excursion weeksIThe Southeastern Medical So ciety who now own the Van er pool property at the depot are digging for water in the hope of striking the same stream of the whichITuesday the loth Sunday school- from Richmondcame down on an thereIwere accompanied by the Rich grandIIpeope part IGuests Ere coming to the Springs every train Ansel Dil SpritigsIRiddle will run a handsome buss PIElampassenIg err t a cQnIvictinfort is believed to have been due to eating soap in order to redo himself and excite sympathy lyf 9 i y i t li J l FURNITURE t CAR LOAD IBEDROOM lIRYQUl hhh CLOTHING Uh will doyou good And you can keep the change JChange be Plenty of TO KEEP CONWAY 0 J A Jackson of Berea was first of the week on business- S P Callahan was in Berea Saturday on important business Walter Bogie of Berea was here Monday looking for a stray horse Mrs J II Sigman was in Bere last Friday and Saturday visitin relatives Dr Elmer Northcutt was here from Nicholasville last Friday and Saturday Henry Hamblin and wife were here from Rotindstone visiting relatives last Sunday The hog that was killed by the train here last Tuesday was a stray Owner come and put in your claim Perry Lambert who is tivorkin in the oil fields in Menifee count Seas visiting relatives here la weektW S Beldon has reduced in flex enough so that he can get h pants on and wear them most of the time Crops are looking well and a fine prospect for all kinds of crops ex cept the fruit it being almost aItotal failure L Jesse Dykes and M H Jordan gonejgetJRobertin this section as he will not stay long enough to eat Eden Wren had a horse to runaway on the 4th injuring Mr breakingHarrisona ers legjust below the knee J 11 Nave is a regular visitor the oil well that is being put down by F M Carter near Cartersville and says that the great oil well wizzard is nearing oil wearIthe the past two years has returned willID C Pullins found a Cleve gardenfewhe a possessed something valuable but when he saw poor old picture he almost fainted J H Sigman says it is not true that he has taken up the busineess of killing snakes and does not fol low the business but he only kill those five hundred a few mornings since before breakfast in order to keep them from freezing to death M L Kelto J 11 Coffey C Todd Bunk and Henry Mob eY say they are enjoying Tim Todds visit at homevery much as most gallonkeg e afternoon train It must be Tim 5 beer they enjoy CONSTIPATED BOWELS To have Sood health the body should be kept in a laxative con movedd at one a so the dallyISt Wichita Kansas writes I have used Herbine to regulate the liver and bowels for the past ten relicseeble oc s gists f l f rk P i lfi H fF OF ALL KINDS OJ FURNITURE I THIS The for a change CHANGE SieAt ike Park Minn killed Mat re homeless as the result Micliel B Ca i8el1at anna is worried over another break in his Ohio fences gThe House at Washington passed the Antianarchy Bill by a vote of r75 to 38 Forty office buildings in New York are being prosecuted for using soft coal Cambridge University England conferred the degree of doctor of laws on Vhitelaw Reid committedy stan county b f i drinking carbolic acid7 v 1 toisto escape military service From the East comes the story that a great shipbuilding combine is ready to begin business A mob at Idaho Springs CoL tortured a Chinaman because he had attempted to elope with a white girl A scratch on Signor Franchettis ear endeda duel with Signor Prin etti the Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs The President nominated Brig adicr Generals John C Bates and George W Davis to be Major Generals IThe Grand Duke Bovis of Rus spa cousin of the Czar and the Crown Prince of Siam will visit America The report that the court and bar at Jackson are terrorized by feudist is vigorously denied by a prominent citizen of Breathitt county Rathbone and Neely looters of the Cuban postal funds will receive pardons under the amnesty act signed by President Palma madesvoyage across the Atlantic in 5 days n hours and 32 minutes establishing a new record capturedeover 38000 said to be the booty secured by a Buenos Ayres bank clerk through an ingenious swindle A REMEDYvNeuralgic pains rheumatism anthe penetrating influence of BaU lards Snow Liniment It pene trates to the nerves and bone and being absorbed into the blood its healing properties are conveyed to every part of the body and effect some wonderful cures Mr D F Moore Agent Illinois CentralRail way Milan Tenn states I have used Ballards Snow Linimentfor myfamilyWe could riot do without it 2c gdrugiStS j t MtVernon Signal FRIDAY JUNE 13 1902 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR 100t Advertising rates made known on- t application II H IIENNlNGER Of Wayne county is a candidate for State Treasurer subject to the action of the Democratic party G G GILBERT Of Shelbyville is a candidate for the dem ocratic nomination for Congress in this the Eighth district subject to the primary to be held Saturday August 9 LIVINGSTON 0r Burt SaRIS was in town Sunday Miss Mae Magee was on the sick SaturdayMiss r Heath returned from Berea Saturday I Mrs Lucy Woodall is visiting a Tendon this week John Cook of Jcllico was with relatives Saturday Mrs Geo Howell has been quite j sick for a few days Henry J Mulliiis of Withers was in town Saturday t Miss Willi sreturned home from Altam ay Mrs Bn d little Char ley Carso ick list W cJ Matt Ford were at M ursday Mr anc t Houk off Mt VernoTuesday Mrs W i is visitin- t Mrs Joseph t Stanford F L Thompson and F L Jr of Mt Vernon were here Tuesday a Master Atwood Dillion is visit ing Mr and Mrs L C Smith at WildieJ Mullins who has been at tending court returned to Paris MondayMr Mrs George Reynolds returned home from Brush creek r Wednesday Mr and Mrs J R Stuckey and ii son John visited friends in Stan ford Sunday f v John Reynolds of Lebanon Junc tion spent Sunday and Monday t with homefolks Mr John Woodall of Hazel Patch is here visiting his son Ed Woodall and family Miss Nila Mullins of Mullins Sta tion visited Miss Nora Tubbs Saturday and Sunday Miss Virgie Morris returned here Monday after a visit with her parents near London Miss Bee Hamm returned her Saturday from Mt Vernon and i with Mrs Brack Graves Sterling Curtis of Crab Orchard 7was the guest of Miss Byrd Peters at the Riverside Mansion Mrs Mollie Bunn formerly of r this place is sick at the Joseph Price Infirmary Stanford Misses Mattie and Rosa McFer ron of Pine Hill are visiting their sister Mrs W J Childress Dan Chenault of Richmond and Judge Brown of Mt Vernon were at the Riverside Mansion Wednesday Mr and Mrs Hugh Hagan have gone to housekeeping in the house lately occupied by Claude Ln ville Uncle Ashley Owens and wife were down town Saturday the ijests of their daughter Mrs Geo Griffin Mrs W D Scott of Big Hill and Miss Litha Mullins of Withers were the guests of MtS T IX Mul lies Friday Mrs W T Merimee and chil dren Fred and Ida May are visit ing friends in Danville Stanford and Louisville Mrs George Johnson and daught XerRoads were visiting at Geo W Griffins Tuesday Misses Anna and Ethel Hayes and Mrs Stripie spent the day Tuesday wilh Misses Myrtle and Bertha Chewuing Uncle Billy McGuire and wife of Big Hill were visiting their son James McGuire and family last Saturday and SundayjMrs Lizzie Mullins and Misses Lela Barnett and Lee Frenchof Withers were here Saturday shopping and visiting friends Mrs Kitty Jenkins and daughter Mis May who were the guests of Mrs A N Bentley returned tOxGrnftopsburg Monday Gus and Joe Gabriel of Cedar Greek were at the Mullins Hotel Sunda Joe makes a regular week Iv ifit to see his best girtI f 5 7 Miss Isabelle Smith of Win chester Indiana will spend the summer with her parents Mr and Vildieiof Big Hill is visiting her daughter Mrs Dolhe Mahathy andalso her nephews John A rod W C Mul ins Mrs Houston McFerron and lit daughter of Pine Hill who were the guests last week of Mrs W J Childress have returned homeJudge Lewis Jailer Parsons County Attorney L W Bethurum of Mt Vernon were here Tuesday rubbernecking and seeing what they can find out in regard to the boys having a little pastime Mon nightMr Samuel Moore and Miss Vtrgaline Ballard were mar ried Tuesday June loth at Kan sas City Mo Miss Ballard is a niece of Mrs W R Dillion and made her home here several years Her many friends join in wishing her a long life and happiness- B N Roller A N Bentley Dick Hampton and Rush Johnson went to Lebanon Junction Monday where the latter two rode the Masonic goat of Marion Commande thesettwo young men we believe the goat was wild as they looked like they wore the saddle instead o f the goat But say they got their moneys worth DISPUTANTA o George Morgan died with Con sumption May the 27 Miss Mary Owens who was reported sick last week is no better Miss Nancy Lake of Berea visit ed friends on Clear Creek last week thegHammonds school house Saturda nightMessrs J E Hammond dud W W Anglin went to TuesdyMisses Nora and Mally Owens visited their cousin Miss Eva Kira Sunday last Rev H J Derthick will preach at the Hammond school house Sunday evening The largest rain this season came Saturday evening damaging crops to some extent Little Stella Anglin of Gooch 1land is visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs Mason Anglia Mrs Green Hoskins of Big Hill with her two little childern Lloyd and Joycie visited home folks Saturday and Sunday Mr Frank Abney and sister Miss Lydia were the guests of their Cousin Miss Parrie Lee Abney last SundaysMessrs Frank Abney Will Steph ens and W W Anglin Misses Parrie Lee Abney Lyolia Abuey and your correspondent visited Mrs Ollie Holt last Sunday 1BRODHEAD 0 Dr D E Proctor is raising some fine White Leghorn chicks Dr Beutons father of Mt Ster ling is with him for a while A E Albright is attending the Baptist Association at London Miss Ella Dunn has returned from a protracted visit in Garrard Mr and Mrs Joshua Dunn con template visiting relatives in Mar tin Ind oJ F Watson mother and cousin took dinner with Mrs T S Frith Monday Mr T S Frith sold 31 head hogs to Lincoln county parties at 5 centsMrs C Howel left here Fn day night last to join her husband in St Louis Mo lVIrsl S Frith purchased a nice lot of flowers decorated her walks and porches and has one of the most attractive residences on Main street f VIRULENT CANCER CURED Startling proof ofa wonderful advance in medicine is given by druggist G W Roberts of Elizabeth W Va An old man there had long suffered with what good doctors pronounced incurable can cer They believed his case hope less till he used Electric Bitters and applied Buck leus Arnica Salve which treatment completely cured him When Electric Bitters are used to expel billions kidney and microbe poisons at the same time this salve exerts its matchless healing power blood diseases skin eruptions ulcers and sores vanish Bitters 5oc Salvez5 at all idrug= gist f r l4r LOCALS About AS THINGS WILL PROBABLY JBE Ul 1918 0 GeorgeFredricks is bank boss at Great Salt Peter Cave Den McClure is manager of the mines at Great Salt Peter Cave J A Wood owner of the Valley Lead Mines was here Wednesday Houk Adams wholesale houseI is doing overtime in big shipments J Thomas Cherry the oil magnate os Brodhead is in Chicago on business Ed Albright the veteran mer chant of Brodhead says things are going his way The county has some four hun dred paying wells so the few drones y dont count The Hardy Lime Co White Rock has employed Floyd Miller as bookkeeper John Stewart McClary of this place graduates at Purdue University Ind in June Ernest Ewers is general manager of Linville Knob exatensive interests The Richmond pike is being made six feet wider from this place to the Madison line Mrs Sue Mullins one of Livings tons capitalists visited friends here yesterday Jacob Sambrook the old relia LivingstonY W C Mullins the big real Cdus a large order for job work County Judge Scott Miller is prov Carrgy out the duties of his office Old man Jim Wood once deputy sheriff now a big farmer on Clear Creek was in town yesterday George Proctor has returned from Chicago where he closed a big deal ia mineral and lumber lands Butcher S B Ramsey is now killing three beeves five sheep and two hogs daily Telephone No 481 Rhiuehart the cold storage man was here from Livingston Tuesday to close contract for eighty beef cattle Squire Nichols of Woodstock t passed through here Sunday from South East Kentucky on hsway home R S Martin the orignal tobacco manufacturer in this county has retired from the business of t amassing a fortune The Lo veil Fire Brick Co ship ped 50 cars of their product during past week beside disposing of ten cars to the local trade George T Johnson was in from Wildie and says his mining and o property is paying thirty per cen t on his investments The lead and zinc mines are panning out well The anticipated gold and silver discoveries haven t proved of much value Monk Taylor is improving his citizenship by actually fulfilling- portion of his promises to sure b there in the morning It is predicted that Deputy Cir cuit Clerk Ralph Griffin will succeed his father to the office when the old man gets ready to retire justfinishedt1leis the fifteenth bridge erected uudr r his supervision in this county Joshua Boreing By George yesterdayHe hoofigureI Hon Burdett McKenzie member of legislature has announced him proveformidable a nation ofSparksof their excellent product yester day to various points throughout the State Ire T Stewart president of the Continental Lumber Co was in closedaInmber f tfi7 7i f f Ii MT VERNON AND ROCKCASTLE U G Baker the old merchant prince who retired from business in 1907 has dosed out his oil hold ings to a Canadian syndicate for 150000 Dr 11 L Myers factory is turning out vast quantities of dental machinery fixtures etc which is being shipped to nearly allcountries on the globe David C Carter president of the Consolidated Stone Co of Lang ford and his generalmanager Phillips attended lodge meeting here Monday George Doss who was section foreman years ago at Livingston has been appointed superintendent on the Somerset and Manchester Electric Railroad The skyscraper that occupies the lots where once stood the business houses of U G Baker Krueger Sons and S W Davis will be finish ed within next three months The triangular lot on which the railroad section house stood opposite the Newcomb hotel has been purchased by Joplin Zinc Co for the erection of an office building Another story will be added to the court house Brodhead and Livingston fought the proposition and worked hard on their claims for its removal to one of their burgs Dr S C Davis after a successful business in drugs and practice for 25 years has sold his business to grandson Charley Davis who will continue business at the old stand The late unprecedented rise in Rockcastle River did considerablo injury to the county bridge that was erected under the supervision of engineer S N Davis in 1912 at LivingstonThe which damaged sire car 197 in charge of mortorman Samuel Prewitt was caused from wrong connections of battery wires made by a new employe at car barn Dr M Peunington an old experienced physician tells us that the reported cases of small pox at Jotuin four miles from this place is nothing but mild cases of measles Doc knows Miss Bessie Poynter our r nowned artist has just finished a splendid painting of Congressman J J Ping which is pronounced by experts to be one cf the finest of her famous works erThe Miller cave near town is proving to be quite a resort sin 1electic lights were placed therein Ed Miller who lived on the cave farm many years ago now regrets that he left our county- Some careless passenger a beer bottle from a passing airship last night which struck passed through a thirty andj gallon tank belonging to the Oxford Co The oil was a total loss Henry Wood who was a merchant at Wildie for years and years immensefarm on Clear Creek was here yesterday and paid his subscription to this paper uPto the year 1921 The Big Hill Coal and Mining Co who built the railroad up Brush Creek years ago is one of our most substantialcorporations and we are glad to note the wonder ful success they have made of their undertakings r William Fish who succeeded his buslneslonputting an addition to the already commodious brick building in which they have done busihessfor past fourteen years everysa a atiI one our c conducted a successful mercantile business for more than twenty years paid this office a pleasant callIand ordered a big lot of mineral contracts printed CONTINUED ON FOURTH PAGE V Vy w 1 f H nimessh Yu ran tnRtf jsir liar JItJj j I t j iiiva PI t11 vi uams ET lc tJi tlnrIIOIJB Ult1iu cun Itiistijen ItsHi makoit st twioo m loas as it ordinarily would EUREKA Harness Oil makes a poor looking harness like now Made of pure heavy bodied oil especially prepared to with stand the weather Sold everywhere ia cans all sizes Made by STANDARD OIL CO NAT SALESMAB ERICA zThe Court ol Apah decides that the State Board is vested with power to fix valuations or railrufcd franchises The railroads opposed this c iew of the law The result of the decision will be more money for cities towns and taxing districts say Consumption canoe cured Nature alone wont do it Itneeds help Doctors say Scotts Emulsion Iis the best help But you must continue its use even in hot weatherIf not tried it send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York Soc and xoo aU druggist wg t f AGenerationAgoCoffee in bulk The 20th Century way is the Lion waysealed packages al ways correct in weight clean fresh uniform and retaining its rich flavor Special 8o b n M ENSBOYS AND CHILDRENS CLOTHING Will Last t 1 This will be a chance for you to get late styles and new goods at 25 to 50 per cent reduction So when in Brod head dont fail to visit our store Mens suits coat vest and pants 200 to 750 Boys suits coat vest and pants 150 to 300 knee suits 50 cents to 150 Mens odd pants 35 cents to 200 0DO DOCTORS Coffee Only ILonger Childrens INOTheal merchant will gladly show youthe way to low prices J THOMAS CHERRY Brodhead Aye ETbiiTThe Place to Obtain DrugsdALSO Patent Medicines of all Kinds Perfumery Stationery Toilet Articles CIGARS ANDTOBACCO 11Paints and Oils PRESCRIPTIONS carefully Compounded at all hc ursday or night Phone No 6- 4Just Received FTci za F ctory A cOrlEIE LNE Or i SHIElDS HATS EVERY ONE GUARANTEED RY THE MAKER Latest New York Styles A T POPU- LARCILFRITH RCS iBrodliead 3OirlC ACB 2ft 4 Wt PT s i P t = r0 Mt Vernon Signal Dlt VRNON Ky JUNE 13 1902 e Call up No 79 whenyou xvtint to Cnmtviiiiii cute with SIGNAL 78 LOUISVILLE 4 NASHVILLE H R J Cj of TIMETABLE 24 north 1105 a m 26 north 104 a m 23 south 200 pm X25 South 139 a ma TAS LANDRUM Agent Phony No 58 Entered ot the Ut Verniil Ky Postoffice M ICe ead class mall matter PERSONALSn4 0 W C Mullins was here Yesterday a Jonas McKeuziewent to London t yesterday Dr John 1rL Williams is in Louisville J E Houk was in Williamsbttg Wednesdayr Charley Stewart was over from Wildie T esdaytCJJ M Cress was here Wednesday buying hogs and cattleaBorn to the wife of Mr F H Hardy yesterday twin girls Sam Pennington is in from Middlesborough for a few daysar Mrs J A Landrum and children visitedrelatives at Pittsburg this 1Vweek Miss Eva Baugh of Mershons to XRoads is the gnest of Mrs G M BallardMr Miller of Lancaster was out to see his brother E B Miller Monday Mr and Mrs W L Richords went to London yesterday to attend the Association Geo McCarthy one of the best countryiVfC Rev Carmica1 and Hi C Gentry attended the general association of Baptists at London Mr and Mrs D F Myers of Williamsburg have been visiting II relatives here this week Loganwswitchiboard at telephone exchange passedJdon to attend the Association M C Miller Jr was home from Jellico to see home folks John D was also at home a day or two R ItiTS Davis our excellent county surveyor has secured a position as levelmau on the railroad up Brush CreekH Burdette Houk left Wednesday i for Williamsburg to accept a position as weighman for a coal companyMiss Ferguson teacher in the Institute for the blind Louis ville came home Wednesday for i vacation Rev J C Carmical and Misses I Sallie Carmical and Mary Colyer f are attending the Baptist Associa tion at London Capt W H Spradlin and son William of Fountain Head Tenn are here on a visit to their many J Mt Vernon friends i Mr L TF Houk writes from Jamestown Ind that his oldest sona John is very low with con w sumption and not expected to live G11 Ballard has sent on the school census which he used efforts with the trusteee to see th- it was full and complete in al1dis trictsMiss Anna Colemau stenog rapher for Bethurum Bethuru- and SparksVilliam left Tue- gay for Frankfort for a short vis ItI to homefolks Prof Edwards teacher of Spanish in Wilmore College was here a raw uays since He heldan animated conversation over the phone with a Nicholasville party much to the delight of quite a number who we attracted by the smooth flaw of tjie CastiJ15an4ongue t J w- Mr Bluford Cummins who has been sick several months was visitb ing his brother Dick Cummins for past week where he grew worse and was taken home Monday leavetnext Monday f Nashville to attend the marriage of Miss Anna J BowersIMr and Mrs joe Burdette oftBerea were the guests of the family R Vr Baker yesterday While here Mr Myers contracted for adcarload of lime of Krueger Sonsw R L Collier the Brodhead hotel in telephone man was here TuesS day and made arrangements with COY Bros to put several car loads 1ftherewas Monday It appears from his rea that he is not for Beckham for renomination but is for our James D Black after first choice of near neighbor and friend It Loyd Maret the excellent telephone a operator at this place was over the line to Livingston Tuesday making repairs He made some changes in the wires and switchboard at the latter point which adds fifty per cent to the ing qualities of the line makintIso conversations points are as clear as a bell for LOCALS 0MGeorge Reams of Orlando lost fine cow bya1 lightningd1FOURTH JULY The L Np will give 4th July rates i ft fare all points on the system The L N will give cheap rates to Richmond July 1419 limited to July 21st account Elks Fair and Carnival The town hog roams over a portion of our cemetery at its own sweet will and rubbing its muddy sides on tombstones H G Suttons public sale ofae farming implements live stock furniture etc takes place on Satur ofday June 21St The Big Hill Mining Company are building a large barn and board ing house near Orlando prepara tory to the building of the new a railroad To NASHVILLE The L N will sell tickets to Nashville Tenn June i2i4th June 27th29th an July 3rd5th with final limit Julyc 3ist at one fare round trip ADJouRN DThe Baptist Association at London after a most successful meeting of three days adjourned this morning There were between 400 and 500 delegates present OPENING BALLOn Friday evening June 20 1902 will take place the opening ballof Crab Orchard Spring Crab Orchard K This will be one of the most de lightful events of the season Rev Hartsfields Subjets at th Christian church Sunday morning Gods of this worldNight- t Two great commandments Staversons Grove 3ocloc Small Deeds SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION The Sunday schools of the Livings ton Magisterial district will meet in session tomorrow afternoon Livingston at 3 oclock All the Sunday schools in the district are urged to send delegates 11The curbing and walling of t cornerac of Main and Church streets have been removed and workmen after bla a couple of days have reacheding flow of water This well will tnIPfOVe a great convenience WATERSPOUT Much dama wasvdone by a waterspout in Freedom neighborhood Saturday Mr J H McKinney had one hill side which he had just finish plowing almost entirely wash away Mr F L Warren says rewas beyond a doubt they hardest raju the t has faleuintblast 62 vears- El Sheriff H L Tate says the tax- ooks are now s ready to commence j in collecting has wiTOrHADEshotH J11gunsold thing S C Franklin P lasLebanonat Krueger Sons store intit future COSSIE SUTTON Agt The trast of land belonging to The heirs ofH G Sutton deceased be sold to the highest bidder front of the court house doorL June 21 Rugs Carpets Matting and classI at II tf Stanford Ky the Franklin the jeweler showed us what is supposed to be a button from the clothing of Daniel Boone the was found a few days since in cave near Sinks The button was encysted in a stalagmitek The price of ginseng has fallen from 75 cents to a dollar on the in pound in China on account of the and war indemnity and other disturb all elements Exporters are feeling blue over the situation WANTEDAn uptodate man manager and general agent of ly this county by THE FIDELITY LIFE INSURANCE- CO OF PHILADELPHIA Salary commission to right man Ad ress with references F M WHEA TON 112 N Broad st Philadel hia PabGPICNIC There will be a grand and at Brodhead thJulyTyree Pike and Francisco promises it to be the best ever held in the county There will be several good is speakers presents and plenty of first class music besides lots o on other things to insure a most enjoyable day- Woodstock Lodge F A M making extensive preparations Stl bus Vdaythe best speakers of the country will be present The Mt VernoH Brass Baud will furnish the music 11 Refreshments in endless quantities groundstevery to come From reliable sources we lean that the Big Hill Coal and Lan Pittsd L are grin stockholders will begin building the railroad up Brush creek as soon as the locating surveyors who are now at work finish up their tJbaveing to the failure in finding th t1sPittsburg has been in the territor for past few months testing vvit diamond drills and has found in various places splendid veins of coal ranging in thickness from 30 aYon creek almost without a break from its mouth to its head They are 1ecounty Frompresent indications it is believed that it will be but a short time until the work on the begunbThe following taken from a ci rallcular issued by Mr J B s proprietor of the famous Crab Orchard Springs will serve as a guide to the pleasure seeker whereat to find the most delightful of all summer resorts As the heated term approaches the thought arises wheie shall I go to seek rest and quiet and find s lB ORCHARD SPRINGS for nearly a century has proven a model su prostises to be the Det t in i bistoryI caan always be founclX The days are never oppressively VarnS while t nights are delight pleasa Thegre amuhese incur galore as pre rs st but not least at this rand old place tan be found the re test edriPty of mineral waters rf real useditCrah9rchard r tP which is made Crab OrchardSalts Sril phurChalybeate Mgnesia el all flow from the springs dose t9l she SprhwyrJHotel t i r i 11C YF PH tc r f l Preeminently the best contest point of talent and grace that ever been given in Stanford be held at Waltons Opera se on Wednesday evening 18 when 10 young ladies will forth hdir best elocutionary efforts to win handsome prizes and the managers Messrs Saufley Alverson are sparing neither nor means the success ofthe entertainment and a pleasant evening to those who attend is assured music by those talented artists Misses Myrtle Abrams and Jennie will be one of the chief features of the contest P W Clark had a good horsed mule killed last Monday by a large rock falling on them Frank McNew was on the top of the hill dumping over some sawlogs and at foot of the hill was Garneld Clark son of P W Clitfkand John McHew twoyoungJYs with wagon team s one of logs was going down a huge rock- eighing two tons or iuore was loose and went rolling down the hill at a ver1 swift speed = the duectlOn e the boys team were stan hut it was done so quickly tlrat they were hardly able to get ou of the way themselves let alonecarmg for the team The horse was killed nstant and the mule sdbadly crippled that itwas necessary to kill rtt WILDIE 0 J J Wood was over at Mr Vernon Monday and Tueslayltiiise- orgia s Maret of Parksville has visiting the family of W H Jones the past weekMiss Edna Moore of Berea was down first of e week visiting relatives and Bob McFerron was over from Mt Vernon Tuesday on offi cial business Miss Liz ie Smith here visiting her father L C Smith Miss Rose McFerron whimfher way lege and spent a few days with friends T A Stewart came in from Cen tral University Sunday Miss Bessie Mullins was over from Mt first of the week visiting family of W H FishFrank Coyle and wife are down from Berea visiting the family of W Hayes Miss Ann Brana man returned home Sunday after spending a few days with relatives IaryiMrs John Crawford of near Bro- dheadEdgar Wyattt of Berea tidJ see N refusing to ship one of our best citizens to the Zoo What about shipping some of the stock that sit around Mt Vernon on goods boxes I dont believe the Zoo would have themI see Buck Vernon says Betsy has Squirew Julia has had beans peas a- npotatoesSome d say the crowd cohwas Bryan barbecue of several Y ea ago 1HAPPY TIMR IN OLD TOWN We felt very happy writes R N Bevill Old Town Va when Buckleus Arnica Salve wholly cured our daughter of a bad case of scald head It delights all who use it for Cdts Corns Burns Bruises Boils Ulcers Eruptions Infallible for Piles Only 25C at druggists Gov Beckhani visited Danville Wednesday Judge Samuel W Penny packer was nominated by The republicans Pennsylvania for Governor F B Thurber president of the United State Export Association yesterday in testifying before th Senate Cuban Committee acknowl bmr Gen Wood out of the Cuban Gov eminent Treasury for advocating a Cuban bill He also heacknowledged that Mr Havemeyer of the Sugar Trust had contributed 2500 toward the same object The funds he said were used in distributing literature Mr Thurb vatacknowledgment created a sen sation and is regarded bothas a great victory for the beet sugar men and a severe defeatfor Senator Aldricii endthete lA4derra 7 it ir ifP F j t1 q f j a Dont RushIBS Better Now r A fi Will at Price r 35 tor 50 Now at 90 and up DONTNO Than Ever III 1andSell Reduced Prices the Mens Shoes Regular cents Fail to Come While these Sloe are offered Goods and give prices and you can this SHOE BARGAIN SalecYour trade is Solicited C H FRITH BrodheaS Ky Horse Shoe Brands HIGH GRADEF ERTILIZERSL BORE AND POTASH Grade Nr er hundred F CORN AND WHEAT Grower Kundred 7 Notes with 6 per cent and aplity pas able oar or before December JI JI SMITH Ja Brodfiead Ky THE BjfflK OF MT VERNON MT VERNON KY OPENED 1900 CAPITAL STOCK 15 009 C C WILLIAMS ERES JAS T ADAMS VICEPRXS IWL RICHARDS CASHFER A B FURNISH ASST CASH y DIRECTORS Jonas McKenzie Geo Livesay A T jFisfc iA Fritz Krueger Rod Perry sVincentBo eing J EHouk We solicit accounts of firms and individuals Careful att ear tion is given collections entrusted to us r Our friends and patrons are invited to call when in town Phone No 55 a GO TO JONAS MCKENZIE j X MT VERNON I KY i for Everything in ClothingMerchanthsez PRICEShe8rsDANNIE OWENS UNDERTAKER Gaskets Coffins Robes Etc Rep in Stock rders by Mail Telegraph or TelephoneJ Promptly filled 1J BRODHBAD KivNTtJCK J i WILLIS GRIFFIN ePractical Undertlcer and FUNERAL DIRECTOR 1 Mt Vernon Ky Stock Complete Greatly Note Reductions Bargains 7tY1ijdL FINE HEARSE Attached Caiiiiurnish Metalic Caskets and li Embalming done on short notice Conic and see me anything Irhave not got can get for you on nest tratnrthatleave the city QR bERbY lte iPrampTilledA Is 1I0neJ10 03 r I i7 h Z L r lJfti i iIit rte Y Mal4 T TRfTSIa vww- ji TAX ON BABIES Extreme hot weather is a great tax upon the digestive power of babies when puny and feeble theY should be given a few doses a Whites Cieani V rmiftlge the childrers tonic It will stimulate and faclitate the of their afoodstrong htalthy and active 25C Sold by all druggists Beasley and Hayes Stanford Ky is the place to buy your new carpets apr u tf RILEY HOUSE F B RIJLECY Prop LONDON KY- JEHEADQaARTERS for Com mercial men Good Sample Room aud convenient to Depot Rates 2 00 per day The Verandar Hotel JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR StanfordiT Specially equipped for traveling men Sample room on first floor Bath rooms free to guests Hoti RATES 200 per day R L C r Locatedat BROD GOOD LIVER CHED Meet all Trains ad Night Traveling Men and Railroad men Solicited Will furnish Lunches for all trains W M Francisco MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodhead Ky iGranite and Marble Monumen- C and Tombstones ALL YORK FIRSTCLASS F itk SATISFACTION GIVEN P A Penninftton D D S M D DENTST N W Cor Third and Chestnut Sts LOUISVILLE KY Will be at Miller House Mt ernon during all Circuit Courts to write tOr our confidentialJetter before ap plying for it may be worth money We promptly obtain Sr and For- eignPATENTS ENTIRE or photo and we send an IMMEDIATEi givthecharges are moderate Try us SWIFT CO Patent Lawyers 9SOpp US Patent Office Washington DC j Ii New Fast Train 4 fro COLORADO e UTAH ITHEPACIFIC COAST In effect Sunday May 19th The new train will leave St Louis 900 a in daily the evening train to same points 10 10 p in daily Through sleeping car service be tween St Louis San Francisco and Northwestern points Only line that does a twice daily Excursion tickets now on sale For further information address R T G Matthews T P A Louisville Ky H C TOWNSEND Genl Passr and Tkt Agt St Louis rr Insurance of all kinds 1k J v Cal at therS u- aiof emon J t I r R fr HOT WEATHER W KNESsj If feelyou fagged and lacking in energy you ate perI haps suffering from the debilitating Iheft symptoms indicate that a tonic5 i neeiltd that will create a healthy make digestion perfect f the bowels anl impart natural activity to the liver 1hj Herbine will do it is a tonic lax the and restorative H J Free gard Propr Grand View Hotel Cheney Kan writeRIi 1 have used Herbine for the last 12 years and nothing on earth can heat it It was recommended to me by Dr Newton Newton Kan 5oc Sold by all druggists The Board of Prison Coimis siolltrs leased the labor of 40Q con victs at fifty cents per day the highest price ever received for con tier labor in this State The llauufacturingCom Ja0 Ud c Vigorfort pleased with it It certainly re 8 grayhair s Helen KilkennyNew Portland Me U fi Ayers Hair Vigor has been restoring color to gray hair for fifty years and it never fails to do this workeither You can rely upon it for stopping your hair from falling for keeping your scalp clean and for making your hair grow 100 a bottle All druggists If your druggist cnnnot supply you end us one and we will express you a bottle Be sure and give the uamo of your nearest express oflicc Address- J C AVER CO Lowell Mass MT VERNQN DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR tSCOUNTI COURT Fourth Mon day in each month MonIdayQctober CIRCUIT CuuRTSecond Monday in February Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in Sep temberCMT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month CHURCHES ServicesU the Christian Church Preach ing 1st 3r Sumlajs at 11 a m and at 730 p Sunday School 930 a m every Sand Prayer Meeting Every Thursday 730 p The public are cordially Invited to attend all services DAVID IIARTSJlELD PastorS Presbyterian Holds services on tlie 4th Sunday morning and evening tllo1sthetllo1st will liold services at the pres utoruuing an month Baptist ChurchServices n the Third night and Sunday Sunday School at 9 a m every Sunday Prayer on ni 1Ashlanday 10 A m tMT VERNON It A CHAPTER No 140 MEETS every FOUKTH MONDAY at 2 pm MACCABEES K OT M TEST No2l meets every 1st and8rd Monday at 730 p JASE IIOUK Corn J J PING R PROFESSIONAL C C Williams A1TqRNEYA LAWIMT VERNON SSOFFICE On 2nd floor of Bank of M t Vernon on Church treetSpecialattention given to collectionsPhone 80 0 M L1M YERS Dentistj MT VERNON KyJ FIRSrCLASSi W- oOFFICEIi RK the Krueger new brick PHONE No 73 Miller House W J ER PROPR Headquarters for Commercial Men Porter at all trains z I A rl fif La LOCALSABOUT MT VERNON AND ROCKCASTLE IN 1918 CONT INUED FROM 3RD PAGE rC C Williams the celebrated corporation lawyer of Chicago who Prafc so Y afterwardt S located in the Windy city where herSe chlldhoond and mixing with his host of friends Buck Varnon was in fro Possum Holler yesterday and his voice was as cheerful and entertain ing as it was years ago He much pleased with the carved walk ing cane presented him by the editor of this paper taking pride i explaining its beauties to his frien and informing them it was cut in the forests of Siberia by James Gentry while touring the world i 1910 with Sells Shows Livingston has been fitting on airs for k bac1tando jm vjr ears brag 11Ppoptton but sin our place has lefirtheni behind that score during pastYear they tau only say nell its on account of the 40forgettingthat created their town from a b1al spot on the map to what it is The energetic correspondent of this place to the city dailies was somewhat premature in reporting that a volcano had burst out on town hill Tuesday afternoon It proved to be an explosion at Bales Fishs dynamite factory at top of hill No fatal injuries occurred One of the old employes Bob- White was blown into the top o fifty foot tree He climbed down sinus clothing but resumed work shortly afterward The Meteor belonging to the New York and Galveston line passed over at three esterd afternoon at a 200 mile gait wit out stopping here Telephonograms exchanged with their agent at ii place said the ship was loaded with smotherite to be used in putting out the big oil and gas fire that startedat n this morning at Beau Assistance was sent hicago St Louis and of Western cities and fire was subdued by 10 oclock last night after m distructiou of property a million dollars or more Grant Baker would rather ge ayjoke off than to eat strawberries A few days since two strangers tered his store Post l1las- mith was at the rear door Dont speak to that man he is crazy said Bake if he says anything keep mum if you answer him back he will fly into a passion Mr Smith walked up to the crowd andpgood morning No reply How NoIresponse After the parties left the store Mr Smith asked Mr B Whats the matter with those blamed fools that they wouldnt speak Baker fainted Operator Purdom at the wireless telegraph station here reports that today while receiving a special re port for this paper direct from St Petersburg regarding the embarka tion of two hundred thousand troops for China was annoyed by TownIrsburgIence the report missed our fourth edition The matter has been referred to Washington and London government authorities for investigation and adjustment through diplomatic lines After a severe test the Syuchra invenItionis pronounced a success arid a wonderfulaffair it isTh whole outfit consisting of two electric belts and other ingenious apperatus only weighs five ounces The uses of this phone can ring up Exchange at any time even while walking along the street dont have to stop can keep on move get connection with subscriber wanted transact business ring off and there you are The user is not bothered to place any receiver to his ear or his mouth to a trans metter the little machine do 1g away ifh all tht Six nnyances f + i LJ Land Stock and Crop 0J T McGiunis auctioneer re ports 200 head ofcattle on the market having sold 13 yearlings common at 19 per nand twelve heifers almost 650 pounds at 21 per head3 small steer calves at- bra 25 per head cows from 25 tof 32 50 each horses common plugs front 25 to 50 per head Sales activitymmarketHarrodS1burg Nel1Sson Morris Co has purchased the following export cattle for Harrya atds6 cents and a premium of A B Ratliff 40 headwt 1400 lbs at 6 wta1350 lbs at 6 jets W B Greene has purchased the following fat cattle for July delivery They will average 1400 pounds Of Sid Hart Johnu5 5 ra cects of Robert Howell 53 head at onand 6 cts Omar Ratliff 19 head at 5j and 5ra cents Greene Turley have GayIhead of 1450 ib exporters at ctslft Sterling Gazette ikLOST STRAYED OR STOLEN A bore hog mostly black some white spots about head ears droop at point unmarked will weigh about So or 90 pounds Good stock and has been gone about two weeks A liberal reword will be paid for the return of same or any information leading to the recovery JONAS MCKENZIE Mt Vernou ICy fAt a sale of shorthorns at Rolfe ala the price record of the west was broken N A Lind sold 53 head for ever 40000 Red Crest a bull topped the sale at 3880 J S Wilson S Bro bought of bluegrassIi puris120 hands ar work Paris Ken tuckiau During the war in South Africa the shipments of animals from the 9637hershipments was1793935Qand employedd purchasedt1450 pound export cattle at 9 J4 and firs boughtterfollows of Ed arid Harvey Prewitt 85 head weight 1450 6 cents and a premium of A B Ratcliff 40 head 1400 pounds at 6 cents of Silas Stofer 70 head weight 1420 ounds at 6 centsMt Sterling S enl nelDemocrat FOR RENTA dweling on South side Mainstreet Avery desirable place Call at this office A Medicine for Old PeopleRev Geo Gay Greenwich Kas is past S years of ace yet he says I am enjoying excellent health for a man of my age due entirely to the rejuven influences of Dr Miles Nervine It brings sleep and rest when nothin vitalityI am an old soldier writes Mr Geo havebeenand spinal trouble Have spenttconsiderable money for medicine doctors but with little bensfit I wastso had my mind Showed of w ness Ibegan takincllrNervineand I know it saved my life I Miles Dr Nervine I Saved me from the insane asy JericoSpringsous scarcely controlray evenforgetI commenced using Dr Miles SfirstSold by all Druggist on Guarantee Dr Miles Mpolcal Corgi Eikhart Ind j 1 Ir 1 e- oJonto s They bv avitatinst the bowels but regular action orut be ssctied un H the liver secretes enough tile td niui th intesiii execute their natural functions LJnai ural agitation caused 5ycathartics 1f cJL cl continual and increasing dose to attain the resultsy r tg I Iactson the liver cures Chills e P and Fever and every form of Malarial Bilious Remitting and Inter mitting Fever and by going to the seat of the trouble works permanent cure FIF7Y CENTS PER BOTTLE 2t Chas C Davis Drugstore 1 Louisville Hende r t t andSt Louis Railw y I omeseekers ExcursionA- T LOW RATESI of T THE WESTism 1 C i e S 1n FQ U SL r s t o rAl 1 Tuesdays In MARCH APRil and 9 S 9O2 t f OMLV4G r4l = I i Also Low u Colonist One Way Rats to the Pointsk v vj es v 2 For Further Ifcrra xKo Address e n L GARRETT Trev Pass Agorvt IILLOUISVILLE ICY- R 4a L l IItTttlft3tr11 ==leftteflehJletn1 1nMtrMnttit1i t1tfitHrritI1l1 Ibl14JiI t 7 5xIILASONSWHY i a at the 8 D j Massey Business College f r LOUISVILLE KY J 1 It is the leading Commercial School in Kentnckyi+ 2 Its courses of study are thorough and systematic x 3 A written contract backed by a special deposit of 100000 is given perr+ t4 We paystudents railroad fare to Louisville thoitf aoIi vl JA- reb aL AN iN 1AN TER streacl by the Co ton elt Ich line a runs two trains day fro Mmphl to Texas without change hese t alt s ei er reach Nt e directlor 0oraland Indian Territory N 1FT WORTp Viy HReVEPOeTtlHILLS 0 QATESVILLC If you want to flmd a cood home GAIv9TONraisedwrite fora copy of ou booklets Homes in tlTo South- West and Through xaawitb anybodywhocondition s FRWYATTTPA laBEAUMB 6 P T 1 ST LWS lift FILTHY TEMPLES IN INDIANA Sacred cows often defile Indian temples but worse yet is a body thats pointed by constipation Dont permit it Cleanse your system with Dr Kings New Life Pill and avoid untold misery They give lively livers sctive bowels good digestion fine appetite Only 25C at all druggists Bands of determined men are scouring Madison count for John Laffoon who brutally murdered his wife andit is almost certain that he will be lynched if caught r kt tF i temporarily cure constipation x You shoud take Course HO ww handsome DUKE The fine short horn bull will make the seasonof 1902 at my place miles from Mt Vernon at i jun 6 st DAVID HYSINGER S D Hysinger bought of W G a fine short horn bull for 30 The Kentucky State Board of Health has again suspended therquarantine order against Indianson account of smallpox until IThe State authorities of Indiana are not cuoperating with their health officers to the satisfaction of the Slate Board a