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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t MJ C 2 31J rttl IWU81117 OA 0 VOLUME XVMT VERNON ROCPiCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER I 1901 NUMBER 6 TELL MY FRIENDS TO BE BRA VE All1J FEARLESS AND LV YAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE t MARETBURG oThe writer visited Beelick this weekS H Martin visited Brodhead Saturday last Mr Jop McCall has been having his house newly painted Mr Samms began to move to his place near here Monday last Mrs Robert Ham and daughter pretty Miss Patsy visited Crab Or- Chard last Saturday Mr Haartz the depot agent of this place has been bedfast for the past day or two Rev Burnnet of Flat Lick conducted services at Savers school house on last Sunday Quite a number of this immediate neighborhood attended church at Brodhead Sunday night J J Mullins and wife started for Ottenhein Thursday last via Bee lickand returned Sunday Mr Hays known as Brandy has arrived from the west where he and family have been for some time Mr Jop McCall attended the burial of Willie the little son of Mr 1 Herring at Crab Orchard last week Mr Milton Cummins enjoyed being highly entertained by the pretty little conversationalist Miss Grace Me Call Sunday last Production of the forest seems to be plentiful as the boys are bring ing all the while staves tanbark and ties which never gives outsMr Oscar Ham the hustling farmer has most of his farming land in a splendid condition already and improving he is worthy to be called a good farmer The programme that was carried out Saturday night last at Sayers school house upon the subject Resolved That women have done more to christianize and moralize the world than man was as follows Affirmative Willie Owens Burt Roberts and Miss Aftie Owens Negative W T Mullins Walker Owens not present and Miss Liz zie Painter The judges were un able to render a decision in favor of either so they conferred equal hon ors The subject for Saturday week night will be the biography of great risen If the question should be asked every good man of Rockcastle county do you wish to elect the very best men to the various county offices the response would be yes Admitting that best men promote and accomplish most good then you should be indeed careful as to how you exercise the greatest natu ral right you possess on the almost approached election day Could you answer and cast your vote otherwise Most candidly you must janswer no without voting to retard the happiness progression and prosperity of the good people of tits county It is not always best to vote for the nominee and thereby become contaminatedwith party prejudice but with a clear conscience Clay said I had rather be right than be president so every good citizen of this county hadI rather vote right than to cast a tarding reflection upon the virture and goodness of this countys peo file And as the responsibility of a sheriffis greatypu want a man of great confidence av man of un ijwervJng honesty of un reproach able qharacterj a man with whom you can trust your writs with ilie carrying out to the ppssibjlity pf executing his duties and vitlr your county Sinioney Ifyou want a gentleman to aspire to that pntfce and upon which our coun tyjs prop ertYso which depends a gentlemen fstondaiM moralsacid who would p pilltnl rto aisetlie sht lard of this people ihjgher ng ntlemen who does not visit the saloon but condemns them and is at all times perfectly sober and one whom you know has a clear record and unstained character and will ifelected discharge well his duties and arrest you Though you area Republican a Demociat or a little Pop and one who will compel you to appre ciate your vote if cast it for him and willaso show his appre ciation by making you a good one as you now have we will say you can vole for no better than Gus Stewart A CARD o To The Voters of Rockcastle Coun ty Having made the announcement of my candidacy rather late I will be unable to see each voter in per son before the election next Tuesday although I would be glad to do so I urge upon my Republican and Democratic friends to go to work in my behalf as victory seems assured and cease not your labors until the poles close Tuesday afternoou If elected as your sheriff I shall faithfully execute your papers col lect your taxes payoff promptly your county claims and do every thing in my power to comply with every duty of that office I desire here to state and pledge myself that if the question of election officers is left to me which would be in case of a disagreement between the elec tion commissioners I would divide the election officers equally giving each party the same number of- heriffs This is fair and that rule shall guide me in the conduct of my office The circuit quartely and county courts shall be promptly waited on and the command and directions of the judges shall be speedily ex ecuted I appeal to the people of Rockcastle to study carefully the best interest of your homes and the county and if in your wisdom it should fall my lot to be your next sheriff I assure you in advance that 1 shall never cease to kindly remember the gracious deed done and realizing the responsible trust that it would carry with it I shall do everything possible to perform the duties of that important office acceptably to you I beg to remain Yours truly r A W STEWART YIIDIEKY OCT 29 1901 EDITOR SIGNAL I wish to say I am a Republican and when my party puts up as good a man as the Democrats I always vote the Republican ticket But in the case for sheriff I think Gus Stewart is the man we should vote for Ilived as his neighbor for 16 years and I know all the statements made in this paper by W H Jones about his many good acts are true neighIborhonest and sober and a Christian businessaman He is fair and just Heis always first to help those in want or distress For us to elect a man to office who is not a good and safe man injures our party and often causes many of the best people to leav us IlciiowiOusStewartwoulddQRe putiicaustright rhe always has He will administer the office without e toPall ifBeiu lawabidmhmanhimselt ue likes to see tic 41w enforced- I et us elect Stewart and we will not regret Jfjlli iI rGV Bakiit i The report that Ring Ecvarc has cancer bas finally been admitte- d by a autlon veinsPa peri T C JOHNSONS REPLY oBrodhead Ky Oct 30 1901 EDITOR MT VERNON SIGNAL Allow me to vindicate myself through the columns of your valuable paper as to the charges alleged against me by Mr Democrat in the Kentucky Colonel of weekIn the first place he calls me a pure man from Brodhead Well I hope I am a purer man than the whisky grog that alleges this to me although I never told any man living that I was a pure man I wish isIHe also alleges that I took funds itIfor ginseng and for my own benefit but does not say I promptly paid the county as I did He only wants to indicate to the public that I have done some great crime and he hopes toclear up Mr Tate by holding a lie up to the public about myself for I think this was his only way getting at my ques tions of last week to Mr Tate This slimy Democrat also alleges that rowe G Marshal Co 16 39 1 must say I do not even know firm by that name and there is no truth in anything pertaining to thisI nt know this Democrat but I imagine if he was held up to the people that they would see a slimy gambling drunkard of the blackest mark Now Mr Democrat I want you to distinctly understand that I am- a Republican and you can not give me the go by by singing your Democracyqndvoting for H L Tate if he is good onough Democrat for you he will be Republican enough for me So if you want to come at me any mote as to my character please sign your name and dont be a dog under the hay Dont forget that Iwill not lay still under such accusations as you may put against me only give your name and I will respond to you and dont you think IwiUbe silent as the tomb like Mr Tate andresent nothing that I am ac cused of T JOHNSON NEWS ITEMS 0 A daughter has been born to the Duchess of Manchester President Roosevelt was forty three years old Sunday The ManchurianSiberian rail way will soon be opened ThePanAmeric1n Exposition Buffalo will close this week Josiah Turner a noted Confeder ate leader of North Carolina is deadTwentythree persons were eaten by wolves while working in the fields iu Poland Miss Stone and her companion are said to be confined in a cellar e in a little village on the Bulgarian frontier The experts of the Agricultural Department will hunt all over the United States and its new possessions for conditions favorabie to the cultivation of filler tobacco The Tennessee Conference ort e Methodist Church will probably re Conference e that the war claim money secured by the Methodist Publishing House be returned to the rover 1ment of the United States MissHenrletta Tice a Chicago Socialist is trying tp raise 2pppop among the anarchists antfSQcialists in order to have Leon Czplgoszs body buriefr in Chicago ancl to erect a mausoleum over his graVe k i LepnGzpias paid his penalty I esda m at b lpck ALQrtbe si dent rcKitileyi Y heriffi 3 Land ae 0 On the Fourth Monday in Nov 1901 Ior one of my deputies will set at the front door of the Court house nMt Vernon the follow ing tracts of land for taxes for 1900 1901 100 acres listed in the name of JD Wright1IcIemore 75 acres listed in the name of H C Payne nearest resident Robt Brown tax and cost 4 35 40 acrces listed in the name oftMrs Nancy Prewitt nearest dent Shelt Pointer tax and cast 4582 acres listed in the name ol O M Wallen nearest resident Mrs Jas Price tax and cost 3 90 60 acres listed in the name of Sarah Tones nearest resident J L Norton tax and cost 4 28 i town lot in Wildie listed in the name of R V Menifee tax and cost 2 97 40 acres listed Jn the name of Squire Newconib nearest resident Noah Bishop tax and cost 3 06- i town lot in Brodhead listed in the name of John W Newland tax andcost 5 2S 32 acres listed in the name of Mrs M F Owensnearest resident VM Crank tax and cost i 97 ii acres listed in the name ol Amanda Owens nearest resident- M C Tyree taxand cost 2 20 6 acres listed in the name of Geo Owens nearest resident J J Mc Call tax and cost 4 58 50 acres listed in the name of Geo Ed Painter nearest resident J F Harris tax and cost 4 59 243 acres listed in the hameopf JSmith25 acres listed in the name of Riley Ross nearest resident Dub Ross tax and cost 2 97 JRRoss tax and cost 3 20 1 60 acres listed in the name of J F Hpskin nearest resident Al ford Leece tax and cost 12 43 50 acres listed in the name of Wm Harrison nearest resident John Adams tax and cost 2 87 200 acres listed in the name of J N Ison nearest resident Gran ville Leece tax and cost 7 60 91 acres listed in the name of Ellen Linch uearest resident Gum Sulphur tax and cost 3 35 48 acres listed in the name of W WmLeece100 acres listed in the name or Mrs lL J Lawrence nearest resident J 2a43 91 acres listed in the name of Jack Leece nearest resident J B Bardes tax and cost 5 75 JNLutes tax and cost for 1900 and 1901 529 100 acres listed in the name of restdent48 acres listed in the name of TohnRobertSneirest resident Lee Robins tax and cost 6 03 134 acres listed in the name of John Sayers nearest resident WB Slayer tax and cost 8 42 JHWoods Leece tax and cost 390 IPO acres listed in the name of W aSingTeton nearest resident P J Hall tai and cost 3 43 i5p acres listed in the name of N rh mate heirs nearest rest dent J L proctor tax and cost 983 15 acres listed in t1 enalneof Jas Spoonamopre nearest resident Fount Harris tax and cost 3 57 60 acres listed in the name of Malvina Sbwder nearest reesident John Haley taxandcost3 82 73 acres listed in the name pf F jM Thomas neatest iesideht jas Mobley tax and cost 3 20 9cir acres fisted in the l1alneQ- fJN Thomas nearest resident jas Mpble tax and cost 375 zoo cres listed in the name of W R Cress Dearest resideytS E 45j9C ffitnp1S N Iestr l ardHa stax and COSt k S2 to TIN i D Cola 2 iiJ 4tJJJ ci t THE BANK OF MT1 VERNON fIT1KYI OPENED 1900 riry r CAPITAL STOCK i 15000 C C WILLIAMS PRES JAS T ADAMS ViCEPRES W L RICHARDS CASHIER AB FURNISH Assr CASH DIRECTORS Jonas McKenzie Geo Live ay A T Fish Fritz Krueger Rod Perry Vincent Boding J E Houk We solicit accounts of firms and individuals Careful atten ion is given collections entrusted to us Our friends and patrons are invited to call when in town v First r ation l BankH OF STANFORD KY Capital Stock 100000 Surplus 1804076 DIRECTORS J W Harden W P Walton J H Collier M P Eln ore- O Ried T P Hill S H Baughman W A Tribble M T Miller and S T Harris We solicit the accounts of the citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining counties assuring them prompt and careful attention to all busi ness intrusted to us Personal application and correspondence with a view to business relations invited J S HOCKER Pres JtfO J McROBERTS Cashier A A MCKINNEY Ass t Cashier 3 DAN NIK OWENS UNDERTAKER CasketsCoffinsRobes Etc Kept irStock Orders by Mail lelegraph or Telephone rl Promptly filled 3tj BRODHEAD KENTUCKY aw WILLIS GRIFFINPractical Undertker and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Ky Stock Complete FINE CaliILAiurnisli Metalic Caskets aIidiAave Embalming done on short notice Come and see me anything I have not got canget for you oji first t iJsiijM the city OR DJKRS by wire Promptly Filled T ASTHMA CURB FR1- t ASTHMA LEN E BRINGS INSTANT RELIEF Atc Permanent Cure in All Cases I SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL t CHAINED FOR TEN ti YEARS IWE IfringSiu1stantwhen all else fails The REV CF WELLS of Villa Ridge Ill says Your trial bottle of Asthmaleue received in good condition I cannot tell you how thankful I feel for the good derived from it I was a stachained with putrid sore throat and asthma for ton years I despaired 9feverQeipg cured I saw our ader tisement for cure s dreadful andliprmea iting disc se asthma and thought you had bverSpokeh yourselves 1ao my t astonishment the trial dlikett acn3rip enQ Ime a fullsize bottlez a want to send to evefrY sufferer a trial treatment of js ttimt- MrrFNE similar tQ the oge tliat cured Velis Vtit scud it by mail POSTPAID ABSOLUTELY FREiE OF CHAR re- at1Y sulferr r who ill wet itefor h et en on a otal ever Inlnd thou Nnbwilt retie ee andre Tlie Ayor5e ypttt case the iirorft glad are T- AwserdDoaRQS LItJj INEG i9 a r3otllSt N Qftt by sal sc 4 r l s 1fw 4 MfcYernon Signal FRIDAY Nov i 1901 t ffiSlished every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT r SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO dverlsing rates made known on o application WE notice that the Republicans are being urged to vote for Tate for Sheriff merely because Stewart is a Democrat and Tate a Republican We ask you as honest sober rightthinking and lawabiding citizens who love not party less but country more is this for the best interest of the people tIs this the way to buildup our common coimtr7 Is this the way to have honesty and fair dealing in high places In fact is it the best way J6r the upbuilding of any party- xperieucehaiaught and obser vation has shown us that the par ty of principle and an honest pur pose with honest men at the helm ofstate is the party that weathers the storm and survives thejuwreck of time Why has the Republican party for forty years been a party triumphant Because such men as honest Abe Lincoln true and pa triotic GarJield mid the myrtered McKinley guided the ship of state The party defeated their Folgers and unworthy sons and placed its banner in honest and true hands That which is true of the nation is true of the county Stewart ib honest He is fair He is just If ou have doubts of this go ask those who live about him Ask those who for years have seen him daily and had personal deal ings with him Dont go to those who have just come to the county and scarcely know him even by sight Don taskilth se who live in a remote part of the county from him but ask his neighbors Ask those who know and not those who guess Those vfho know him tell you he is hon est sober reliable nonpartisan inaction and the most charitable of men They tell you Republicans though they be that they are vil ling to trust him and will vote for him for sheriff They tell you no stain ever rested on his character No blot upon his name and that no ignoble act has character ized his journey on the earth Can ychi say as much for Mr Tate If you wish to find a mans true character dont go to those who dont know him but ask those who do know himcaud have had dealings with him All the evil and the many charges that have been made against JVIr Tate come not from Democrats not from strangers but those who know him best and those of his own po litical household Why should thfy lie on him Why should they not tell the truth Their Interest is to prove him honest and true to every trust yet what do they say Charges grave and serious were made against Mr Tate during the primary not by Democrats but by the leading Republicans of the county He then promised the people that when the primary was t over he would set himselt right On this ground many voted for vhii who vould not have other Vvvise done so They had a right to expect of him that he would be as good as his promise Has he doue so Time has come and gone seasons have changed flowers have h 1edand faded leaves have- grown and withered since this promise was made to the people o whose sheriff he wishes to be Ac yet he is as silent as the grave jie- opens not his mouth in his own ii hdefense Those wno now urge yoato vote lor him do so not be custhes honest not because he fQis true not because he will make a goodsheriff but alas because and xiniiy because he is a Republican flIibsef who have gone into print r uuo asked the people to vote fo- rhimdoiioteei iivf s attempt to vm iicaie hun from tile many charges y made against turn It tile Charges aieicot true vhydo iibi these f gentlemen tell ybtff sotIlis and their silence is a full confession Why didnt they say that he is the proper man for sheriff Why didnt his brother in law J F Griffin say so and not be so circumscribed in his language as to merely ayISO far as I PERSONALLY KNOW Mr Tate has made an efficient officer Voters of Rockcastle the lenders of the Republican party havesaid that Mr Tate is not a suitable man for sheriff Th present sheriff had to discharge him They know him well and give him not a certificate of good character but they say he has been ecfeant to duty has done many things that he ought not to have done and has leftmany things undone that he ought to have done Let us not put party above country but coun try home and native land above party Then peace and quiet will walk hand in hand in onr midst the pale cheek and witted brow will be lighted up anew and Rock castle will be the home of thrift and plenty This is nota political contest but a contest for the bet terment of our county Vote for Stewart and we will guarantee that no word of condemnation will rest at his door and no man will regret that A W Stewart came first under the wire in this race IN some quarters there seems to be a misunderstanding as to how Mr Stewart became a candidate forsheriff At our convention it was decided not to put out any candidates at that time but the convention delegated that work to the county Committee Then it was that people from all parts of the county regardless of politics began to insist on Mr Stewart making the race The members of the County Committee then met as directed in convention and in carrying outthe duty delegated to them selected Mr Stewart as a candidate for sheriffand asked him to run He sought not the place the place squght him and he agreed to run only after the most urgent requests made by Democrats and Republicans alike Now it is our duty to elect him and if on the day of the election ve make along pull a stiong pull anda pull all together he will be the sheriff of old Rockcastle tolbaveRising who comes to look Qver the field for free rural delivery and they should take advantage of the opportunity They can get their mail delivered at their doors if they will take the trouble to ask for it and to see that the roads are good which they ought to be anyhow With good roads and free rural delivery the value of real estate would rise and farmers would be put in closer touch with all the markets for their commodities besides which their families and themselves would be happier and more contented Fewer farmers boys would go to town and city abandoning comfort able homes and an independent life to eke out a laborous existence and one that puts them at the mercy of their employers With such advantages as these to be had for a little exertion there is no reason why Kentucky may not soon be covered by the mail carrier on his daily delivery trips The objections of the fourthclass postmaster who hopes to hold his privileges6ught the people Get up pettions and have them approved by your Representative in Congress or your Senator get good maps made and the Government will do the rest t Courier Journal CONWAt 0 J MCoffey was in Punt Lick last Sunday H sK G L Wren tcMonday on business Mr Kit Chenault wasNoufc from Richmond last week P S Callahan wastinBerea last Saturday on business- J H Sigmau has been attending tbeFiscal Court this Week M H Jordan and Mrs Jennie Ramsey was ih Berea lat Friday J C Giiinn and wife were visit ing relatives in Madison last Sim day Mrs M R Jones is visiting relative near Hustoriville Ken tucUv Dr Elmer Nortbcutt was here last week attending to important business Alexander Welsh of Nicholas ville is visiting J M Nave of this place Mason and Ballard received and shipped nice car load of fat hogs last Saturday Luther McCollum and Wife left this county last Monday to become residents uf Illinois Miss Flora Jones was out from Berea first of week and spent a few days with Mrs J H Sigman Anderson Jones and family of Berea were the guest of Mr and Mrs J H Sigman last Sunday Hiram Hurst who served a four year sectence in Frankfort for kill ing Geo Canidy has returned home The candy party that was given to the youngfolks by Mrs JH Sigman last Tuesday nightwas an enjoyable affair D C Pulhns and family were out first oPthe week looking for a new home They are thinking of buying in this locality J A Lipps who has been tak ing leases for The Producers Oil and Refining Co in this part and who proved himself ta be an expert at the business is now in Lau rel county and we understand that he is having good success taking leases BRODHEAD I w Opossum hunting is aU the go here Mr ossie Sution was in town Sunday M C Albrightand C C Cable were in Mt Vernon Sunday Mr L L Jarrett was in Livingston Friday on business V P Freeman paid Pine Hill a short visit Sunday and Monday Miss Maggie Livingston of Crab Orchard is visiting here this week Mr W H Pettus the regular night owl is back to take charge at this office J G Frith and Will Francisco were in Mt Vernon Monday on business Mrs Berry of Pine HilIwas vis iting Mrs Val Freeman latter part of last week Miss Lela Pike gave i social Saturday night all present reported a pleasent time Rev Livingston began a series of meeting here Sunday night at the Christian church Mr J T Cherry and wife visited friends in Lancaster last week re turned home Sunday Miss Bettie Hendricksou and Mr Cotton both of the vicenity of Richmond were visiting Miss Lela Pike Saturday and Sunday Miss Ella Dunn gave a social Saturday night which was bon rd by 4 Mt Vernon boys in the persons of Messrs Eugene Mullins Will Kruger Burdett Houk and Jack Ping u Dark Hair Vigorforthough Jam past eighty years of age yet I have not a gray hair in my head GecLY llottTowsonML We mean all that rich darkcOlor your hair used to have If its gray npw no matter for Ayers Hair Vigor always restores color to gray hair Sometimes it makes the hair grow very heavy and fallingf100 a bottle All cfruilsts If your druggist cannot supply you expressyouoL your AddrcssJ 17 acres listed in the name of Sally Viley nearest resident B Bodkin tax and 97tOne town lot nMt Vernon nearest resident Jim Taylor tax and cost 482 One town lot in Mt Vernon near est resident Jam t White Co tax and cost V 290 60 acres listed in the name of Mrs L B Adamsin Mt Vernon tax and costf 16 35 50 acres listed in the nairffc of E T Adams nearest resident J H Reynolds tax and cost 2 93 60 acres listed in the name of Sam McClure nearest rasidet H G Edwards tax and cost 9 44 One town lot in Mt Vtrnon nearest resident Mrs Rosaline Nes bitt tax and cost i 97 30 acres listed in the name of Ashley Owens nearest residstit William Owens tax and cost 3 66 35 acros listed in the name of William Patient nearest resident Joe Hansel tax and cost 3 II 20 acres listed in the name of T M Payne nearest residet G W Payne tax and cost 2 78 30 acres listed in the name of C R Payne nearest resident A J Payne tsx and cost 3 43 40 acres listed in the name of William Percifield nearest resident D Cotteugim tax and cost 3 90 200 acies listed in the name of J W Riddle heirs nearest resident George Proctor tax and cost 13 06 75 acres listed in the Richard Sowder noarest residentII J B Ramsey tax and cost ofllIattlda30 ares listed in the name of James Kinley nearest resident A J Payne tax and cost 2 97 50 acres listed in the name of J B Baily for 1898 1899 1900 and 1901 nearest resident Joe Doan tax and cost 5 17 222 aoies listed in the name of John W Marler nearest resident J L Brown tax and cost 56 12 190 acres listedin the name af J W Miller nearest resident Williams Cox tax andcost n 82 25 acres listed in the name of John McPherson nearest resident Toni Gentry tax and cost 3 43 40 acres listed in the name of Lucinda Adams nearest iesident W H Reed tax and cost 3 43 25 acres listed in the name of J P Barren nearest resident XlA Renner tax and cost 2 97 ofJEldridgeWjBullock tax and cost 3 52 50 acres listed in the name of Nath Bussel nearest resident Jas Mize ballance tax and cost 2 20 75 acres listed in the name of Geo Bussel nearest resident Richard Moore tax and cost 35 acres listed in the name of Enos Bopne nearest resident W R Boone tax and cost 3 43 50 acres listed in the name of C B Carr nearest resindent E Hall tax and cost 3 43 93 acres listed in the name of Adam Cromer nearest resident Van Swearinger tax and cost 3 43 93 acres listed in the name ofI Win Decker nearest resident A Cromer tax and cost 3 37 75 acres listed in the name of J F Dyer nearest resident Thosar Bowmen taxand cost 3 66 3 acres listed in the name of Gentry Evans nearest resident W G Eicely tax and cost 3 43 400 acres listed in the name of Eliza Gentry nearest resident J HrRamsey tax and cost 6 13 75 acres listed in the name of Eli Hall nearest resident Car Bur nett tax and cost 3 20 322 acres listed in the name of Elizabeth Harper nearest residenf M Sowder tax and cost 597- 50 acres listed in the name of Jas Arnold nearest resident J A Smith tax and cost 297 50 acres listed in the name of r J C Hays nearest resident Win Nicely tax and cost 343 foo acres listed in the name of Alex Mink nearest resident A Ji Norton tax and cost 5 28 50 acres listed in the name of JS Moore nearest resident J W Woodall tax and cost 3 43 75 acres listed in the name of Jim Mize nearest resident Nath Bus sel taxand cost 435 300 acres listed in the name of Jasper McGraw nearest resident Robert Nichols tax and cost 859 OfJTjBtax cost 2 87 190 acres listed in the name of T J Nichols nearest resident John Hibbatd tax amir cost 792 300 acres listed4n the name of J E ortotP nearest resident J A- Smith ta1 and stLC v 649 tli Jt k j i fn 48 acres listed in the name of Lucy ONeal nearest resident P Prewitt tax adcoiL r 97 100 acres listed in the name of J A Prewitt neaaest resident Bill Kinley tax and costi 3 43 50 acres listed iithc name of W A Kesiner iicares resident Win Kinley tiix and cost 3 66 50 acres listed iuthe name of Charley Renner nearest resident H G Kenner tax and cost 3 20 So acres listed in the name of J H Speak nearest resident E Whitaker tax and cost 7 13 25 acres listed in the name of J W Speak dearest resident J H Speak tax and cost 2 97 670 acres listed in the name of Shiplett heirs nearest resident Val Nicely tax and cost 6 13 100 acres listed in the name oj J W Woodall nearest resieent J S Moore tax and cost 3 90 200 acres listed in the name of J vL Oliver nearest resident Willis Bussel tax and cost 805 60 acres listed in the name of Augeliue Bussel nearest residentS Cash tax and cost 3 35 200 acres listed in the name of Cummins heirs nearest resident 1L C Brown tax and cost 3 82 12 acres listed in the name of John Headrick nearest resident J W Brown tax and cost 3 06 50 acres listed in the nane of Surelda Lawrence nearest resident E Lawrence tax and cost 2 43 120 acres listed in the name oft Malinda Mize nearest resident W 28IWABDIIMrs Frank Bullock is very low with consumption Mrs B F Sowder is reported very low with consumption J C Renner began building his new house Tuesday morning J U Vallen traveling salesman for R S Moulin was with home folks Saturday Mrs Jones who has been living at Livingston for some time has meved back to her farm Mrs R P Norton who hasbeenv down with rheumatism for some time is slowly improving Rev H T Williams moved into the property last week which wes recently vacated by W M Monk Some ReasonsW- hy You Should Insist on Having EUREKA HARNESS OIL U R E K A A R N E S S nequaled by any enders hard specially prepared otherIeeps out water heavy bodied oil III HARNESS III n excellent preservative educes cost of your harness ever burns the leather itsifficiency is increased cures best service titches kept from breaking IUOIL III s sold in all II III Standard Oil Silas Esters a negro was lynch ed in Larue county Ageiicy LocalitiesManuftcursd byI HAVE h scorn t EMULSION OF CODLIVER OIL WITH HYPOPHOSPHITES should always be kept in the house for the fol lowing reasonsI FiRST Because any member of the family has hard cold will cure itJSECOND Because the chit dren are delicate arid sickly wilt 4I7fiJIRD rif a It r if it Because if the father op becomIthsm up and give them flesh and strength FRTII Because it is the standard remedy in all throat and Ilung affections No householdshould be without it iI can be taken in summer as weli t in winter I 5oc and Sioo lit druggists SCOTT BOWNE CheraLsts NewTfbrk J WANT EDt 0 SPLIT SPOKES Forest Hickory JJ6 on heartyi 3d deep 28 in long all vhiteIf 6 perM- FrstHiekory rjin henrt i3 deep 2S in long all Red 4 per Ml- Fores Hickory 2 on heart 2fe deep 2S in long Red of Vhite SperM Forest Hickory 2i on heart 2 in long Red or White and Red t2per M Forest Hickory 2 r on heart ie deep 28 in long Red or White and Red 17 per rvri Ferest Hickorey 2 on heart 2fdeep 30 in long all white 2nd growth straight grain ed free from all defects 20 per 11 2x2 second growth that is not all white ro per M 2nd Growth Hickory Butts 5 in and over in diameter f ic ner inch iuljv r 12 13 14 15 16 in and over in diameter r6c- per inchtDOUBLETREE BILLETS 23 x 23 46 in long 30 perM 234 x 2J4 42 in long 25 234 x 334 38 in leng 20I 2 It x3 36 in long 18IC 4 be delivered on yards be ITO Stanford ane Hazel Patch on the K C Railroad to Conway LL JARRETT Inspector BRODHEADKY ISTR COW iAt my place between Mt Ver uon and Brodheadr one pale redt cow white spot on back between the hips and dehorned Has been at my place 2 or 3 weeks Owner can get same by proving property and paying damages rv Sep 27 4t J J PURCELL GO TO JONAS MCKENZIE MT VERNON KY y T it for Everything in rVri i Dryv Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes anti Generia l I rchandisec t BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES THE t ir fti 4 l4 J l PF8T1ENT COMPANY rIncorporated r f f v S 25000 Ofr I h V te 125000 00 Gi i sJ OnLDg 18 A 200000 OO tJt i I 1 i1 17 r kJlQt1LhJ CLASS AGENTS f i Z ff FIRE Ju1t your Houses iiistued iii the OLDRE4L- IABL1 Sew York Unaervi tEn 0 E S ALBRLGIIT AGENT 5 j t MtVernon K o11tsiiit1 Office i ttfV 1 SS r v Mt Vernon Signal 1901J J L1Jjt LouisvLLC NASHVILLE R R rhJ TABLE 24 north f 1105 a m 26 north 13ra rn 23 south Ui t 157 p iii 25 South 145 a TAS LANDRUM Agent Entered at the Mt Vern Postoffice as sec ondclass mall matter- MASbNC Ashland Lodge No meets 2nd Satur day 10 A TMT VERNON Jl A CHAPTER No 150 MEETS every FOURTH MONDAY at li p Hi CHURCHES Christian Holds services 1st 3r Sandnj atMl a m and svtG30p in Presbyterian Holds services on the 2nd and 4th duiiday morning and EveningI Baptist ChurchServices on the Second Saturday night and Sunday Sunday School at 9 a m every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesday nights PERSONALSt0 rW T Short wasiiere Monday Big Jim Hayes was in from Wi die yesterday Miss Alma Newland is visiting Miss Bessie flank fDr EJ Brown of Stanford was here yesterday Mrs R P Norton was reported very seriously ill yesterday Victor Tate is clerking for Houk arid Adams at Livingston E P Hansel spent a few days with home folks this week I FrL Thompson and little son Jamie went to Lsuisville today C M See of the Scaffold Cane fineighborhoodday Mrs Henry Moore of Paint Lick is visiting Mrs C C Wil hams SiMrs AE lowers went to Louis ville Monday in the interest of theo college r Mr and Mrs V P Freeman vis ited relatives in Pine Hill the first of the week j Mrs Mary Conn is spending the week with Mrs J Thos Cherry fat Brodhead y W R McClure who went to Oklahoma in the early spring has returned to Rockcastl D L Carter George Reams and Forest Turpen were in to attend a meeting of the chapter Monday The eight months old baby of vIiand Mrs Jonas McKinzie is j very low and not expected to live r Mrs C C itfewland ofPittsburg arrived Wednesday afternoon to visit her sister Mrs J A Lan drum f lion Ed Parker republican can Tdidate for the Legislature made several speeches in this couuty this week Miss Lily Butner is filling Miss J3mma Penningtons place llrthe rpublic school here until her re veryrMr and Mrs Geo Pike have re turned to their home at Livingston after a pleasant visit in Cincinnati Louisville and other points in J Kentucky William McClure just returned from Oklahoma says his fifty acre oflnUbbifk he hitched up his team and struck ior old Roskcastle i n v LOCAL j L FntzKruegerstarted the fire v niuider his new brick kiln Thursday i 1FxscAifr4 o l1met thisv Wee and allowed county claims When in Livingston patthe fOIdFas1iion resturaut rxtt T G 741s f Prop DiAiThechild of 4r an Q Mr J iSJjoijlilrir died Sunday of Jarie feerand was burned Mon layS r 7I I IThe Me business Vernon Lime Cois ao F H Hardy of the White Rock Lime Co is doing a rushing bust ness His liine is giving best of isatisraction L Mr James White who moved from her lo Lancaster iswe are glad to sav working on several contracts and getting along nicely SJ Hay says his corn crop is so short he is afraid that by the time he gets it shucked he win have to buy from his neighbors The Lancaster Record is a peach l3ut it dont improve from the fact there is no room for it It is at thetop and cant get any topperI Mr G W Gentry a yesterday weighing about 250 pounds supposed from all indica lions to have died of hydrophobia DEADWillie the 5 year old son of Mr and Mrs Isaac Herfin of Crab Orchard who fell and broke his leg about two weeks ago is dead When you go to the poles on next Tuesday remember T J Hayes of Wildie for Magistrate Tom will make a good officer and hat is what the people want HUME MISSION The ladies have organized a Home Mission Society which meets every Thursday after noon Mrs D N Williams is President Mrs A G Lovell vice Presiden and Mrs C C Williams Secretaiy TAXES On account of time I idnot get to advertise Livingston precinct this week but will have it in next issue with every delinquent tax payer HENRY CATR ON S R C Home enterprises first others to follow provided they dont kill home affairs by undue promises that were never expected tp be ful lled by the parties making the propositions The telephone salvation for instance Wanted agents in every towns and every postoffice to sell Climax Salve Liberal commission will be aid or valuable premiums Send rder with reference for six boxes for triaL Apply to rG Wel1 Box 41 Livingston Kyv In this issue you will note the ad vertisement of laud to be sofd for taxes More will follow next week I propose to collect these taxes before the first day of January HENRY CATRON 4t SRVC To THE SOUTH The LNw- ill on thefirst and third Tuesdays irtNbveinbei and December sell tikets to all the different points in the following states at a very low rate Alabama Georgia Florida Mississippi North and South Caro lina Tennessee and Virginia For further particulars see the ticket agent at your station Telephony a Chicago electrical journal in its last issue gives a prominent piece in its olumns for a paper read by pur townsman James Maret at pwensboro Oct 2 on subject of the Rapid Development of The Telephone by the Inpepeiidents Several thousand copies were called lor by companies from different states the Signal did the printing Are you for home institutions and enterprises which distribute their earnings in our locality or are you for foreign corporations who take from the county ail their inI oomeand leave none with the peo pIe Then consider when the ques tion arises here The Bell tele phone company is working to establish exchanges at Livingston aid Mt Vernon in opposition to our local people The history of the Bell ompany which hada monopoly of the telephone business or 20 years an4 subjected the people to an extortion out to con vince us that such companies are riot beneficial to the country While they may be permitted to run their io called long distance through the ccTunty suxeiy Vdont conlldeEit tq our interests to have themen eir the exchange J field here rusfeouL our locale 1 charie and raise lest a pdin t le ond r if Last nightlbeing Hallowen Miss Rissie William gave the young folks a party in keeping with the occasion SUICIDE Mrs Jolm Newell oft Somerset who iisclio be Mis tetdaybypistol She had thought for sometime she was loosing her mind Messrs Vade arid Oliver tee phoned the Bank here la night to withhold payment oft check of theirs tor 1500 masle payable to James R Parrotr stating that a1 cow which they lad bought from Parrott had been stolen from a man by thenameof CortelL living near Livingston and that the owner had come for the CQ vv We understand and effort is being made to secure the services of Miss Cox to take charge of the music department at the college Miss Cox is sowell and favorably known and her work in former years has given suchtuniversal satisfaction that it yill be a glad Gay to all in terest d in our school to know that she will take up her abode yjth us again The Fiscal Court has changed the arrangement to Road Corn missioners and instead of having eight thereare only four one for each magisterial district The following commissioners were appointed for the year 1902 First district vvB Whiteheacl Second district 11 R Jones Third district H M Mink and Fourth district W H Brown VERTIGO The Rev J C Car mica on his return from an appointment at Preachersville while waiting for the train at Crab Orch ard had an attack of Vertigo and falling broke one rib dislocated or partially so his collar none besides receiving several other severe bruises The Drs report him to be getting along very nicely and we hope betore many days to be able to again see this good man on the- treets C L S C The Chaiitauqua Circle will meet at the residence of Mrs J W Brown Tuesday Nov 5th at 8 p m The Program p ollcall Responses Selected q otationsjroni the weeks lesson Questions on the lesson by each member and discussion of same Ten minutes for pronunciation Required books Men and Cities of Italy Chapters 3 and 4 Studies ill the Poetry of Italy to page 38 In the Chautauquaii Formative incidents in American Diplomacy Introduction and Chapter a Dr A E Ewers Class Instructor Mrs JW Brown Sec The pupils receiving the highest grades at the college for the month pf October are the followingS COLL DEPT Minerva Pricer 96 Lee Chestnut 96 Ernest Ewers 95 Gladden lowers V 95 Gossie Sutton g f yv Fannie Sparks v jt r 95 Alza Thompsdu 95 INTER DEPTV Geo Childriss r 97 Natinie Wells t 95 iy viriPRIe1 fMattie Baker + 95 I Lelia LovehliBernie Landrum v i 95 Jake Williams t 95 Logan Taylors jr 95 JACKSON Lbp E jackson Lodge No 731 F A M was regularly oigauized at Livingston Saturday night with the following officers Capt AN Gently W M Henry Rice S Wv Carroll Moore J W Dr Johns Cooper Treas urer Jacob Stambrook Secretary W H Stark sV D W fl Catten gim and Dock Stucky Stewards andDock Calloway Tyler The public initiation fthe pfibers chwas conducted by Mrf J ALaqdr mwh9 is a ROYAl Arch Mason was Avitbessed by at least i0o people all of whom as sooifas the initation was overt were invited to partake bfa most deli htr fill supper which1 had been prepared by t the Masons and good womsin Livingstbn A Mostiea jOy ol tel ngJfi ias l L i J l 1 r i f if i wSNOTICESSI We will discontinue giving onf f pictures away and for every 5 oo worth of cash purchase we will sell a picture for 9Scts according to- printed matter on tickets Oct 23 31 HOUK AIVIMS LIVINGSTON r0La- wrence f Rose made a short irjpr to Jellico Saturday Mrs Jessie Roller made a flying trip to Lpiisville Monday Mrs Cora Lasley is visiting relatives in Stanford and Burlington Mrs Ida Rose visited home folks at Pine Hill Saturday and Sunday Miss Annie Owens of Marets burg is visiting friends andrelatives here George Cook and daughter Miss Lida are visitingrelatives at Jellico this week Little Cora Wright who has been very sick with scarlet fever is some better Mrs Lewis Dillion has returned home after a visit with her parents at Edenton Miss Lena Griffin has returned home after a pleasant visit in Laurel county Miss Ella May Newland of Stanford is visiting Mrs George Pope at the Eight Gables Mrs Geo Reynolds entertained the younger set with a social Tuesday evening Mr and MrsW D Griffin have been visiting relatives In Marets burg and Brodhead Misses May Brown and Pearl Mullins visited Miss Bertina Mull ins last week- Dr Pennington and wife ot Mt Vernon were the guests of Mrs Wilmoth Poynter Saturday Mrs Susan Johnson and daughter of Altamont were the guests last week of Mrs Geqrge Grffin James Frazier Billy Fielcs Charley Bryant and Shannon McKuney are fishing on Rockcastle River Reuben Mullins the popular shoe salesman was in town this week more than one was happy Mrs iv B Dillion and little son have returned home after a visit with Mrs Bettie Broddus of Lin coIn county Mr and Mrs Brack Graves are visiting their son and daughter Fred Graves and wife in Birming ham Alabama Mis Pollie Owens of Barbours ville and Miss Mamie Jones of Pine Hill were the guests or Mrs Sue Mullins Saturday heresatIurdayto the Masons of this place Misses Salley Brown Vira De bord and Helen Singleton were the guests of MJS Maggie Singleton Saturday while attending The Teachers Association W C Mullins W R Dillion W B 1il idf this place and Ans Reed of London and Judge Bethurum and John Brown of Mt Vernon were in Richmond few days last weekSThe diniier given Tuesday Oct 22nd by Mrand Mrs Henry Burton in honor qf the eightyse cond anniversary of the birth of Mrs Margeret Burton was enjoyed by the children and friends of Mrs Burton among the many present were Mrs Nannie McCarter and daughter of East Bernstadt Mrs Mary Bullock and daughter of Pine viHeiJD Martin of Paris Mr and Mrs Sam Ward Will Ward and family Mrs Susie Patterson Mrs Lou Quinn Mrs Logan Sal ntrMrsiStaMiss Hattie C- larkcisjIAf For Infants and CMldrea Tha Kind You Hare Always Bought Sears the Signature of lApNDRYB111g your laundry 1o CoX 3ros store 7 n r Ii r 1 trjti t1 gf i j Bank rUpSas ov l A n I GREAT Clearance of thestockofgoods belonging ndWIfbeingillins stand t v ICZ5cOME elY and obtain Eirstv choice Bargains iri evervthitiff for everybody Remember these Qoods must be soidregarcEess of cost w CII MULLINSTrusteet c lOlL FRITH DO fxE Sale today COME tomor row COME any time But for your own in terest be sure to come DONT BUY FROM US until preferdont fail to see US before buyjWe will save You Time and Money oatslCSHOESjHATS AND NOTIONS We M Boo On Top helBoBETTER GOODS AT LOWER PRICES THAN YOU CAN GET ELSEWHERE slapdash TO We BRODHEAD KENtUCKY =I w Tf1iY tT 2 RunLowFricesarid Quallt1esf IIC FRITH s Ai Coffee izjid Lion CoffeeS I24C- XXXXCoffee i2C Good Green CoffeeL loc to i2j c Flour N S per bbl 440 Flour Mt BeItei P 4oi Flour Plain Family 300 Granulated Spgar 6 lbs 100 Light Brown Sugar 17 lbsioo Syrups per gallon 300 7 Cakes of D Boone Soap ipc Coal Oil best per gall ti Calico best Grades 5C lwILL PAY HIGHESTpri e FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE r J CANT Afford l r TO Paint t THE man who says that forgets that painting properly done is econoiny the fact is he cant afford NOT to paint HOW often you require to paint is largely dependent upon the paint use i The Sherman Williams paints out last others They are the most ecouonjicalipaints can use because they cover most and wear longest Add to this their good appearance and you have perfect paintsTHESHERMAN WIL LIAMS PAINTS They are made for many different kinds of painting Whatever it is you want to painta house or anything in or out of the housewe make the right Paint for that particular purposenot one mixture for all I H i8c- and you you I c rr BE tCTHEPEOPLE HAVE POUND FlOUR ADAMS fMt VernQfl Kyc The place for Fair Dealing nli keeping on hand Avhat you want are Agents for Horse Shoe brand fertilizers fuming shingles coaL haj and corn Anything you want come to our Big supply house and be convinced Our of Supplis- Are Cqmplete3 OUR SHOES d I implements Stock rroceiv t f f ShelesDr groaning lel the loads of gocls to suit the general trada f1 of all grades lU tsandcllps clothing ovfer j alls shuts collars and tiesiand a oeneifal lineef men sifitrnishings v j I J i Sietf Ladies Wear of all Kiiicl StC t OUR OUR COME9look goods atefilrst d s t motto FairDeaiing i1 t buy and be satlsfiedtn rt what We c say ndou i Vlllf 11jcontr PHONE NO253 ki I fJ i 1 gf i F i Y Miller House W J RIDER PROPR Headquarters for Commercial Men Porter at all trains The VerandaHoteL JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR t Stanford Kyvy Specially equipped for traveling men Sample room on first floor Bath rooms free to guests RATES 200 per day Hotel Frith F FRANCISCO Propr Located at the Depot Bodhead ftY 1 food Livery Attached Meet all Trains Day and Night Traveling Men and Railroad men Solicited Will furl lunches for all trains wder Francisco a WORKSrBrodbead Ky t Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL WORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN Four TBUFFALO ROUTE TO PANAMERICAN EXPOSITION iotar4 c4s rf IC 1901 s 3X BEST LINE Yf TO i Indianapolis Peoria andP Chicago INFORMATION cheerfully fury nished on application at City Ticket Office BIG FOUR No 213 FOURTH AVENUE or write to S J GATESGeneral gen t LOUISVILLE KY t New Fast Train IOOLORADOf I AND THEIf In effect Sunday May 19th t The new train will leave St Louis t 900 am daily the evening train to same points aoio p m daily Through sleeping car service be tween St Louis San Francisco an- lSorthwectern points Only j dailyExcursion on sale For further information address A RTG Matthews T p A 4 jLouisyille y J HC TOWTSEND Gen1Iass- end r y Tkt Agt St Lo- uisInsurance tfi5 of all 17 Call at- L be Signal ndsi r olce Mt Yemen COURT CALENDAR Aonldayday in January April July and October CIRCUIT COURT Second Mon day in February Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in Sep tetnberMT VEXNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month L O T M Mt Vernon Hive No 24 MT VERNON KYII MEETS Every Tue dayI 1st and 3rd week 230 p m2nda- nd 4th week 730 p m Mrs NANNIE C ALBRIGHTLADY Miss BESSIE M HOUK LADY REC KEEP K O T M Nit VernOn Tent No 21 MT VERNON KY MEETS every ist and 3rd Mon day in each month 730 pm GEO S GRIFFIN Conc ARCH FURNISH REC KEEP M L MYERS DENTISTrMT VERNON K- YOFFICEAt the Rice property PHONE No 38 P A Pennington D D S M D DEI TSP N W Cor Third and Chestnut Sts LOUISVILLE KY Will be at Miller House Mt ernon during all Circuit Courts RIG Williams AttorneyatLawMT OFFICE on Church StOpp- osite Court House R L BROWN ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KEFTUCKY OFFICEUt stairs in old brick hotel opposite Court house Special attention given to col lections C C Wit lianas Attorney at Law MT VERNON ICY OFFICE On 2Id floor of The Bank of Mt Vernon on Chur- cstreetSpecial attention given to collections j G W MCCLURE J W BROWN McCLURE BROVN Attorney sat JLaw MT VERNON KY All business entrusted taour care will receive prompt attention Office room No 8 in the old Brick HotelFurniture and Undertaking- A full and complete stock All orders filled promptly Motto Best goods and lowest prices JV A Mullins SonSuccessors to Blankeuship Mullins- LIVINGSTON KENTUCKY MULLIftDTEL Furnished with very Csavcn ienconiidComfort W F Tubbs Prop dIIVINGSTON KY SAMELU rooms for Commercial men An explosion of gas in the Spring Gulch Mine near Glen wood Springs Cpl caused thefdeath of six men y v The Rev James A Mildmatt Was tarred and leathered by a no- at Huntington 4ndM because h had made uncomplimentary remarks concernii glrfli4ntlt k Kinley LAND SALES FOR TAXES 60 acres listed in the name of Nancy J Dyre Nearest resident G W Bowman Tax and cost 2 43 JAB Lair Tax and cost 22 72 100 acreslisted in the name of George Hammock nearest resi dent R Southard Tax and cost 3 82 60 acres listed in the name of White Lime Stone and Brick Co nearest resident George Livesay Tax and cost 6 13 96 acres listed in the name of EdIParker nearest resident W Speak Tax and cost 2 84 6o acres listed in the name of Silas Hardin nearest resident John Hardin Tax and cost for the years 19001901 6 75 60 acres listed in the name of Margaret Bullen nearest resident 1899I100 acres listed in the name of Wright McLemore nearest resi dent John McLemore Tax and cost 2 90 140 acres listed in the name of Augustus Wolf nearest resident W H Brown Tax and cost 428 30 acres listed in the name of Adeline Henderson nearest resi dent S J Moore for the years 1900 1901 Tax and cost 4 18 75 acres listed in the name of Louisa Waddle nearest resident W S Doane Tax and cost 3 35 QrCharleyWm Wallen tax and cost 2 87 JJTaylor tax and cost 3 40 acres listed in the name o Wyatt Allen nearest resident L M Davidson tax and cost 297 100 acres listed in the name of Jack Carpenter nearest resident J C Childress tax and cost 520 50 acres listed in thh name of A G Bronston nearest resident A L Nicely tax and cost 2g So acres listed in name of W P Chestnut heirs nearest resident W M Williams tax and cost 2 90 20 acres listed in the name Henry Jones nearest resident tLovin tax and cost i 97 acres listed in the name ofiLucy T Luxton nearest resident W H Morris tax and cost 3 59 25 acres listed in the name of C Stewart nearest resident Bettie Laman tax and cost 2 97 8 acres listed in the name of Ross heirs nearest resident J L Tate tax and cost i 87 24 acres listed in the name of J H Knuckles nearest resident H Lambert tax and cost 3 20 20 acres listed in the name of Arnold heirs nearest resident Julius Warren tax a cost i 74 ofhnearest resident Tom Bowman tax and cost 197 100 acres listed in the name of Mary F Adams nearest resident Mary Pitman tax and cost 5 20 103 acres listed in the name of Charley Bethurum nearest resident George Rickets tax and cost 528 One town lot in Mt Vernon list ed in the name of James Croutcher tax and cost 4 74 acres listed in the name of G4W Hasty nearest resident Lee Kinnard tax and cost 343 20 acres listed in the name of Josiah Jones nearest resident C C Tones tax and cost 2 97 65 acres listed in the name of George Rader nearest resident James Townsend tax and cost 390 50 acres listed in the name of J SpencerMullins 50 ages listed in the name o William Shell nearest resident Larkin Abney tax and cost 2 97 50 acres listed in the name of jRSlngleton50 acres listed in the name of D M Sin JamestiSin letou tax and cost 3 43 TOO acres listed in the name of EMullin75 acres listed in the name of JohnGrjfiacres listed in 1TlMnlllns PflMrsJI1ui r89bofSW XS Jullinsj tax an rc slA 7 5 300 acres listed in the name of JC800 acres listed in the name ot neareslresiId1630 So acres listed in the name of JlH Baker nearest resident H cote tax and cost 3 161 acres listed in the name oi SIiVGCotton tax and cost 174 46 acres listed in the name of Sarah Durham nearest resident G B Cotton tax and cost i 97 JNCanon tax and cost 2 97 300 acres listed in the name of Ella Durham nearest resident J C Mullins tax and cost 6 13 50 acres listed in the name of Mrs Luciuda Wren nearest resident Will Qose tax and cost i 97 50 acres listed in the name of J S Woodall nearest resident J J 43I100 acres listed in the nameof William Young nearest resident James Chasteen tax and cost 3 43 350 acres listed in the name of O J Abney nearest resident E Abney tax and cost 4 75 50 acres listed in the name of W StephenAnglin 100 acres listed in the name of John R Alcorn nearest resident Alex Allen tax and cost 435 40 acres listed in the name of Mrs Nan Farris nearest resident ohn Anglin tax and cost 2 43 30 acres listed in the name of Ff300 acres listed in the name of W S She arer nearest resident C H Todd tax and cost n 07 oftSympson nearest resident Jake Syinpson tax and cost 4 59 600 acres listed in the name of W B Smith and Johnson nearest andocost 890 oftol1 nearest rertdent John Wren tax and cost 4 13 oftresident W M White tax and cost 3 78 50 acres listed in the name of Harvey Kinnard nearest resident S Hammond tax and cost 2 43 75 acres listed in the name of Adir King nearest resident IFDooley tax and cost 3 35 75 acres listed in the name of Ei W Miller nearst residence Louis Rowlett tax and cost 7 28 28 acres listed in the name of Harison Miller nearest resident A Gadd tax and cost 2 76 100 acres listed in the name of Moody heirs nearest resident H Sympson tax and cost 6 13 541 acres listed in the name of S B Day nearest resident Alex Sayler tax and cost 10 75 25 acres listed in the name of E Flane y nearest resident W M Shearer tax and cost i 97 30 acres listed in the name of Jessie Forsythe nearest resident Bob Regsby tax and cost 2 78 15 acres listed in the name of W C Gadd nearest resident Thos Miller tax and cost 2 70 50 acres listed in the name of B Hillnearest resident Walter Brack tax and cost 4 35 150 acres listed in the name of Joseph Inman nearest resident M Sims tax and cost 9 43 40 acres listed in the name of Thos Young nearest resident Abe Soard tax and cost 3 20 100 acres listed in the name of Marion Abrams nearest resident John Anglin tax and cost 382 50 acres listed in the name of W nearfcost 5 77 100 acres listed in the name of JohnHoskins70 acres listed in the name of Heury Calvin nearest resident D 34Inearest r sldent James Brewer tax and cost 6 95 TOO acres listed hi the name of- George Maiden nearest resident t297SoacresDally Nixon nearest resident Chint Lear tax and cost 394 14 acres listed in the name of JV MPit1 l ton nearest residen Rube 97fHarve Soardsheirs nearest resident jA JTi Henderson tax and cost 5 39 82 acers listed in the name bfE 13B4xlHENRYCATRON SrR C Jinrdy wnv n337 AVfegetablePreparalwnforAs fsimilating ihefaodandRegula ling the Stoinaciis andDovfeis ci a nc Promotes DigcstionChe8rful ness andRestContains neither s 0i7iulnMojl lone nor Ihieral TN0TTNARCbIC Ijc dYcj3t2Frm2 1 SMl 4Lzsm1aSdt Scrl 13r uvaGr jljJm SJa zrirderjifMr Apafeci forCois i Fon Sour StomachDtarrlloea WormsConvulsionsFeverish Hess andLCS SLE Facsimile Signature of 2 NEW YORK EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER trti fI rr 1891 WIL8o7g5631 1892861eJS EMlHE- TtLEPHONEWILL M s bin Livingston Langford LevelGreen Kentejij w it er l ASTORAT- oi3nfaats Ohi1xn Kind Have Bought Bears the iof Use For Over JCASTORIA + Y0n J wRat Texas At fre intervals dur ing got tickets will be sold via the fIIt Louis feha and radian and Qkla ffgreatly rues f fell usiwhcrcpou want to go also wHen you would like Jo leave end wa will tell you when you can secure one t W tho lowrate tickets and what if will flittle book Trip to Texas F R miT L P A ai9 f W 0 P iIC A SLlrs 550000For Nearest Correct Guesses on the Total Vote of Ohio on 1901 will be distributed to patrons of the Weekly Enquirer as follows 66OOOForIe Thirdcc U u 15OO Fourt1lu u 1000ce u OOSixthu 300NextOOOItec Ie 1000U 10c 10000U 3080U 5c u IgSOO A total of prizes amounting to 60000 In case of tie guesses equally divided 1901The 1893u 836604 1894u 776819 1895u 846995 tiuess what it wIll beUlIgoIi 6OOOiAn of 6000 for any an guess If be than one correct the to 000 among The Conditions are S 100 for a ears to the entitles such subscriber to one S1OOO for ten yearly ten gueesos 1OOO for one ten secures ten WeeklyEaqcarer t I T ELL RAN SHIT ess from Mt1 toVili- au1sburgI3ar ehourvi11e Cot London Hill Ore Wlldie Br clad iij Stan lrcaste and all central ipoints at fo li thisSteoffice hundred J and The You Always I Signature In Years ent trip Arkansas oma Territories completeh OadetslJ laBUUMf Novembers 4387 prize 1896 wan 10201O7- 1897 864023 lagSu 798169 1899u 920872 1900u 1049121 additional prize person malting exactly correct there more exactly guess 6000 equally divided them subscription WceStiC Enquirer subscriptions secures subscription years guessasi 4 Vernon Hazel Patch Pine Brush Wabd RaDIo Grab Orchard lord rates round Texas reduced SC FRAN KLINi 0 f WATCHMAKER MT VERNON KY JPO ail kinds repairing gold and silver soldering neatly done rings glassescut fittedCall itmy shop at Wjesleysj ufstofe arid liave t ur n oil neatly done at reasonable pnce t