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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t 8 IM 4 h f r 0111 dz- rMTVO LU1E XV VERNON ROOKOASTLE COUNTY KY FaIDAYOvIBER 22 11JP1 1iULBEJ 9- t t 1 TELL MY FRiENDS TO BE BRAVE ANn FTARLESS AND LVYATD THE G1AT COMMON PEOPLE t jCONWAY 0 William Woods is surveying the Conway Lumber Cos tract of land Willie Johnston has abbut recovered from an attack of typhoid fever 1 Mrs G W Jones has beenvery sick but is some better at this writing Billy Frank Lambert Sand wife returned Saturday from a visit to relatives at Lilly 1 W T Woodal has sold his farm ip Mr Callahan of this place con sideration 30000 The bunters from Richmond nave returned to their several homes well laden with game J MrsT E Hillof the Scaffold Cane neighborhood is visiting herIparents Mr and Mrs G W Henry Thomas an old soldier of the civil war and also a pensioner oneIIveterans are passing over stepping stone between time and eternity 1I f Matt Coffey has sold his farm near Conway to Mr Pullins from MaclisoiL county for which he re ceived 90000 in cash Mr Coffey hasnot yet decided whether he will go to Illinois or remain in old Rockcastle ETSkTour correspondent from this place requested me to assume the responsibilities and liabilities of suctfuntjl his return from Boyle county where he and P T Mc Guire have gone to purchase some blooded stock I Ijhe oil well on Copper creek is tgoiiig down into the bosom T6Id- therearth rather slowly owing to the extreme hardness of the formation Quite a supply of gas not surface gas but real simon pure gas is escaping from the S8fc rjC Uncle Harrison Haggard col ored of Scaffold Cane died Thurs 53aytfnigljt last and was buried in in the old church grave yard Fri day gvHe was an unique character and his cheerful goodnatured laugliancL odd expressions will be remembered by all who knew him for years to come He was a sol dir in the civil war and was draw lug a pension Gov BeckhanlS Thanksgiving proclamation I appoint Thursday November 28 i9pias a day of thanksgiving alm rayer throughout the Com monwealth It is fitting that on such occasions the people should pause and contemplate the wonder JuL growth and development of our counry and should give grateful thanks to Almighty God who has so blessed and favored us Not in a spirit of national arrogance or boastful supremacy but as humble and thankful recognition of DiAiue Providence let us ask for a con tinuation of those blessings and bounties so generously bestowed upon us in the past and let us show our gratitude not alone by expressions ofmouth but also by deeds of the heart in extending poortdeedyI I ljivyritBesst whereof I have here unto set my hand and caused the toVPVvr ightlW2tehundred and one and the one hundred and tenth year of the Commonwealth By the Governor t i JCV EECKHAM 4 B HILL S cretary of State HARRY 0 TANDY Assistant rr Secretary of State e rHT THROBBING HEADACHE f4 lSG lyckly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Pilfe h3veprovedaNefvxfus Headaches they tmalie piire l10p iandbmld upyourliefclih Only 25 ents Sioiiey back if not cured 91dbY 11DiuggiKt i 1t k i1Itt fy LEUEL GREEN 1 Preaching last Sunday by Rev D R Gentry at the Christian church or as Rev Davis would say the Church of Christ but really- I see hut little or no difference in the two applications in either case it must undoubtedly mean Christs Church Before preaching Elder Gentry administered thecordi nance of baptism to three young coverts altho this was his first attempt yet he performed it like a veteran notwithstanding the water was covered with ice We have nothing sensational to chronicle at this writing The partridge hunters donned uniforms dogstheyfiJIed very unlike the skirmishing of two armies but lo and behold when the uimrods went forth on Satur day they met more Post Boards than free hunting grounds Our people have determined that the birds shall be protected from the hend of the merciless sportsman and this is right let them multiply and help replenish the earth Tradein all kinds of stock is at a perfect standstill nothing selling but chickens geese turkeys and ducksSchools are nearing a round up but the old time exhibition with abIsenfulcdraw backs to our public schools and should never have been tolerated We stated in our last article that Prof Teague of N C would be associatedwith us in our school beginning January 1st We ask space by way of advertisement to again say that he will be with us and that he is competent to teachj Latin Bookkeeping and all the higher mathematics in addition to the common school branches Those preparing for examination willl find it to be to their especial advantage to attend our school aplThoseap ply for board at once Adjoining Counties u Caldwell College at Danville has been clqsed for a short time on ac count of scarlet fever The eighth annual meeting of theNationa Foxhunters Association was begun at Irvine Tuesday Mrs T P Hill wife of Col T P Hill of Stanford died Saturday after an illness of severaliionths at the age of 70 t Coal oil has been found in Wayne county at adepth of only 530 feet The well is being put down by the McConnaghyOil Company which is composed of Danville men The Court of Appeals overruled a motion for a new hearing in the case of Reubm Quinn the negro who killed Policeman John T Crum in Danville last April Quinn was given a death sentence and the day for the execution will bset byGov Bcclchani ASTOUNDING DIScOVERY From Coopersville Mich comes word of a wonderful discovery of a pleasant tasting liquid that when used before retiring by any one alwaysIwill soon cure the cough too writes Mrs S Himelburger for three generations of our family have used Dr Rings New JDiscbv ery for Consumption and never found jts equal for Coughs and eoldtsuIts an lintivaieid life1 gTdisand pn 81 ill Diuggists Trial tt1 ii0J i Ei t heriff Landaeo =On the Fourth Monday in Nov 1901 lor one of my deputies will sel at the front door of the Court house in Mt Vernon the following tracts of land for taxes for 1900 1901 50 acres listed in the name of Sarah Mobley heirs nearest resi dent H E Northan tax and cost 2 45 7 acres listed in the hanie of Thos Argenbright nearest resident Lark Chumley tax and cost 5 28 100 acres listed in the name of Arnold and Baker nearest resident Tom Stalworth t tax and cost 5 20 JLton tax and cost 3 90 50 acres listed in the name of Elbert Browing nearest resident Theo Pigg tax and cost 7 AI 50 acres listed in the name of JasDurham25 acres listed in the name of Tilda Collins nearest residen SPGriffin tax and cost i 97 JirdCoIlJewell tax and cost 3 43 50 acres listed in the name of Ed Cottin nearest resident W H Morristaxand cost 3 90 157 acres listed in the name of Wianie Chestnut nearest resident- V M Fish tax and cost 7 05 44 acres listed in the name of Kmly Daugherty nearest resident 97ILoving lax and cost 2 78 200 acres listed in the name of JonesFrench200 acres listed in the name of Mrs E Griffin nearest resident George Pope tax and cost 5 20 35 acres listed in tht name of George Griffin nearest resident D Clark tax and cost 3 20 565 acres listed in the name of Mrs T A Gresham nearest resident Livingston tax and cost 43 13 75 acres listed in the name of Cal Mullins nearest resident S P Griffin tax and cost 3 90 200 acres listed in the name of W J McNabb nearest resident Sam Sams tax and cost 6 20 200 acres listed in the name of Nathan McWhorter nearest resi dent Jones French tax and cOSt3 35 67 acres listed in the name of W M Newcoinb nearest resident Mary Mullins tax and cost 3 29 100 acres listed in the name of Sarah Owens nearest resident S P Griffin tax and cost 3 35 3 acres listed in the name of John L Owens nearest resident Sol Griffin tax and cost i 97 i town lot in Livingston listed in the name of Steve Owens tax and cost 335 50 acres listed in the name fE- T Adams nearest resident J H Reynolds tax and cost 2 93 1 60 acres listed in the name of Sam McClure nearest rasidet H G Edwards tax and cost g 44 25 acres listed in the name of W M Miracle nearest resident J T Durham tax and cost 2 97 45 acres listed in the name of Aimda Metcalfe nearest resident Geo Griffin tax and cost 2 43 listedIincost t97 30 acres listed in the name of W A Morrisiiearest resident T B Morris tax and cost 3 43 50 acres listed hr the name of J B Baily for 1898 1899 1900 and 1901 nearest resident Joe Poan tax and cost 5 17 222 acJes listed in the name of John W Marler nearest Jesident J L Brown tax and cost 5612 acres listed in the name of- Sal1y Wiley nearest resident B Bodkin taxand cost i 97 One town lot inMt Vernon nearest resident Jam L W iteCot- 8J and cost v 290 Eo acres listed iio the name of M rsLB Adams In Mtv Vernon tax andcot J6 35 30 acres i 4lh 1lie nameV ol- James Kjul yiiesrestyesideiit A1I JI Ptie tax iimdco i 9 fJ qr it i D 100 acres listed in the name of JD McLemore nearest resident Wright 35ISarah Tones nearest resident JLNorton tax and cost 4 28 40 acres listed in the name of Squire Newcoinb nearest resident Noah Bishop tax and cost 3 66 32 acres listed in tIle name of Mrs M F Owens nearest resident W M Crank tax and cost i 97 I I acres listed in the name of Amimda Owens nearest resident M GFTyree tax and cost 2 20 25 averes listed in the name of BttpRdss JRRossRoss tax and cost 3 20 50 acres listed in the name of Win Harrison nearest resident John Adams tax and cost 2 87 JNLutes tax and cost for 1900 and 1901529 100 acres listed in the name of Henry Maddox heirs nearest resident Jno Blanton tax and costs 20 100 acres listed in the name of W L Singleton nearest resident P J flaIl tax and cost 3 43 15 acres listed in the name of Jas Spoon amoore nearest resident Fount Harris tax and cost 3 57 76 acres listed in the name of F jasMobleyi acre listed in the namo of Wm Hiatt nearest resident Sam Smith tax and cost 243 100 acres listed in the name of Thos P Smith nearest resident E Mullins tax and cost 414 50 acres listed in the name of Cathrine Smith nearest resident Jas Mullins tax and cost I9l t 75 acres listed in the name of Eli Hall4 nearest residntCarBur nett tax and cost 3 20 40 acres listed in the name of Lucinda Adams nearest resident W H Reed tax and cost 3 43 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 Busselnearest resident Richard Moore tax and cost 50 acres listed in the name of C B Carr nearest resindent E Hall tax and cost 3 43 75 acres listed in the name of J F Dyer nearest resident Thosar Bowmen tax and cost 3 66 5 acres listed in the name of Bill Adamc Col nearest resident Sam Smith tax and cost 306- i acre listed in the name of Joe Newcomb Col nearest resident J C Myers tax and cost 274 50 acres listed in the name of Pauling Ingram nearest resident Grant Loving tax and cost 2 43 CONTINUED ON 4TH PAGES Uncle Sams Mail Servicerequires physicaland menta ability of a high degree to withstand its hard Tabors The high tension to which the nervous system is constantly subJctcdhasa depressing ef fect and soon headache back ache neuralgia rheumatism sciatica etc develop in severe form Such was the case of Mail Carrier S F Swcinhart of Huntsville Ala he says An attack of pneumonia left me with muscular rheumatism headache arid pains that to be allover iriei I was scarcely able to move for- about ainonth when I decided to give I Mies Dr Pain Pillsand Nerve Pluters a trial In ree- days I was again on m route and4n two reeks Iwac free frorlpainiand gaining in flesh and S dbaU Drugg1 r fMil MacUcal ott rtt nd J s i THE BANK OF MT VERNQN yJST VeRNON KYI OPJWED 1900 adCAPITAL STOCK 1OOO- C C WILLIAMS PRES JAS T ADAMS YICEPRES W L RICHARDS j CASIIIER A B FURNISH AST SASH TishFiitzrf atteriPtionOur friends and patrons arc invited to call when inAown First N liona 1 Bank spF STANFORD KY Capital Stock 100000 Surplus 1804076- DIREC TORS J W Hayden W1P Walton J H Collier M D Ehtiore 0 Ried T P Hill S H Baugliman 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 correspond t ence with a view to business relations invited JS HOCKER Pres JjX J McROBERTS Gashien A A McKINNEY Ass t Cashier v i p r DiN NIB OWNSUNDERTAKER Caskets Coffins Robes Et Kept ir Stock Orders by Mail Telegraph or Telephone Promptly filled BROJDKEBAD KNTUC WILLIS GRIFFINPr- actical Undertker j and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Ky wiJ Stock Complete Can and ioi done on short Come and see me I have not got can get for you orF first i vl j i eae the by wire Filled 1 4 d N E I CHAINED FOR TEN YEARS n FINE HEARSE Attaclied iurnisli Metalic Caskets lIve Embalming notice anything cit- yORDERS Troinptl ASTHMA IIASTH MALE rJW CURE H FREE BRINGS IJfST4Nl RELIEF 1ENTHERE is nothitiFnkc Asthmalene It brings in rJ sant ve In worst cases It cures I when all else fHils The REV CF WELLS of Villa1 Ridge Blysays J Your trial bottle of Asthmaleue redeivedin good condition I cannot tell you hp v thankful I feel for the good derived from it lwnsa slav chained with putrid sore throat and asthma for ten years I despaired of ever being cured I snw your adver ngaisvoiirselveF but resohed t o give it a triaL To inv 11 lltmE want to send tp every suffeTer atV5al ifeatmfent of ASTHMA LENE similar the one that cured Mt Wells Well ardi ftby iwiil POTPAD1 ABSOLUTELY FREE OF QfIAItGJt to iany sufferer who will wilte for it even 0n apcil Ne rJlf1d though you are despairing ho w ktdi9lrJ fiASrJr LJ SE wIll relieve and cure The vore xour cJ i more d we arfi to gcnditr To imf delay Write iit once addresin DR rAFT OSft hp t1 CO 79 East i3Qth St lii VCity IQby LUpn1 f a f j I 2 fi ik jI f iiLir e r I if =l Mt Vernon Signal i 4 FRIDAY Npv 22 igpr f Pll fish fl eVCy Friday by EDGAR ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YKAR i 00- Adiierthng r rates made known on application ot t ATTORNEY GENERAL Robt J Breckinridge must step down and out says the Court of Appeals and turn the keys f that office over to Mr Clifton J Pratt the Republi can claimant When the contest tj cases which grew out of the lelec rtion of 1899 were decided in favor of the Democratic contestants by the Franklin Circuit Court General i E att ctcL not appeal as did the other Republicans but waited until after the election of Judge ORear which made the Court of Appeals Republican mid then made his ap peal The opinionof the Court twas handed down by Justice Guff y and concurred in by Judges Durelle Burnani and ORear while a dissenting opinion was handed down by Judge Hobson concurred in by Chief Justice Paynter and Judge White That the decision is made purely from a bias politi cal standpoint is shown by a former ruling of the Court in 1 which istoodwith Judge Hazel rigon the bench instead of Judge ORear six to one in favor of the t Delnocratic contestants with t Judges Guffer and Burnani con curling in the majority report This decision of the Court of Ap peals will be filed at the January term of the Franklin Circuit Court at which time General Breckinridge will retire and Mr Pratt will as sume the duties of the office Not only do two of the Judges reverse themselves but this decision re verses four of the most important cases of this character decided by the court in the last year or two the George Prison Commission case holding the Prison Commission statute legal the case of Pufnell against Mann from Bourbon coun ty hoMing the Geobel election law constitutional the PoyntzShackle fcd case holding that the State Election Commissioners were a legal body and the CoulterSwee ney case giving the State offices to the Democratic contestants as decided by the State Contest Board The decision reverses interpretations given statutes for the last half century The effect of it is beyond estimation Under itit is doubtful whether the General As se11bly has the power to at its com ing session elect two members of tile State Prison Commission to i succeed the two retiring officials SENATORELECT Geo T Farris of Lancaster has announced him self as a candidate for the cratic caucus nomination DenoI siding officer of that body Here is hoping that the honored Senator from the Eighteenth Senatorial dis trict may win withMiands down and v have bestowed upon him this honor J Jis a reward for the splendid service done during that memorable ses sion of 1900 and for the gallant beingfNteelected agorJY1 000 In fv ATTORNEY GENERAL Robert J t if wasimistedoffice made known to a few close riends his intentions of becoming a caudidate for governor two years 17 b rjce to succeed Gov Backhand V Most any thing you want in Ken tucks is yours General as would Sfcourse v PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT has re- rJ0stored to the Civil Service depart ft JobsiwTeddyPFfcHhat is the way he is pretty Japt to IrL THE editor of this paper Iud a most delightful trip last week to Nashville vthe Athens of the South Qpingover the L NV we made the entire trips most pleasantly in 9 hours a distance of 3i4 miles The L Ns last train makes splendid time and has every accomodation for the comfort of its passengers Nashville is a great city of 80000 inhabitants It has one of the handsomest depots in the South The capitol buildings andIi 800 convicts are in the peniten tiary with only 22 guards to pre vent escapes The finest stock farm in the entire South is Belle Meade Some of the mot thor oughbred horses in the world can claim Belle Meade as their lioihe Vanderbilt University endowed with one million of dollars by the Vanderbilts is located in this city It opened in i8jg and has flourish ed ever since This already great city received a short time ago a substantial donation from that greatphilanthrojDist Andrew Car negie when he gave 100000 for a public Library The Hermitage which is the old home of Andrew Jackson is the great spot about which cluster so many memories of the stern old President Two monuments to Presidents of the State add much to the beauty and sacred ness of the capitol grounds of Ten nessee one to the memory of Andrew Jackson and another to PolkIr her country sides are the treasures from which their almost unbounded resources are drawn her streams musical her valleys tranquil her mountains covered with flocks and herds her rulers honest and her people loving because their homes are happy and their hearthstones bright God bless Tennessee and her peoplecWashington Letter 0 From Our Regular Correspondent Washington D C Nov 18 1901 capturedbyagainst any revision of the tariff by t e cdVaShbUrntjof section was in favor of a revision of the tariff along the lines propo sed by Representative Babcock of necessaryfortrusts or there will be trouble in the party He is now casting around for some bluft that will t9bejy injuring them One result of that casting around may be a little messagetospasm of antitrust actively in the Department of Justice which may prosecute a trust or two undel the Sherman law But none of these will fool the intelligent then Who know that if Mr Roosevelt wanted to hit the trusts h could tariffstorythated him to change his mind about not beiug a candidate for reelection reachediWashingtQnby terms that he intended to retire from public life at the close of his present term in the Senate Mr Vest as usual has clear and vigorous ideas as to what will and will n1aUoritreasnablretain that the Ship go through also some sort of a measure to protect the President and other officials from anarchists and that some oi the reciprocity treaties before the Senate will be ratified The rest will depend largely upon the re commendations of Mr Roosevelts opinionHetariff legislation of importance and on the question of antitrust legis verypositiyethatI1othingwQuld There may be some pretense of attacking the trusts but it wilt amount to nothing The course of the republican paTty iu the first session of the last Congress shows that they do not propose to have any conflict with thetrustsifthey can possibly avoid tlhe House Representatives at this session passed a bill with only dissenting vote and hwasarrepublican Plt J ii i 1 j making more stringent ihb provis fIttempted to take it up aiid discuss it at once The Republicans by a p1Tty vote referred the bill to the Judiciary Committee with a state ment by Mr Lodge and others that it would be taken up at the begin ning of the next session and promptly disposed of When the next session came they refused to touch it and when the Democrats attempted to have the bill reported from the Judiciary Committee to the Senate the Republicans voted aIfraidelection because it would have ex cited the opposition of the trusts in the country and they could not hava raised their trust campaign funds After the election the Republicans wern utterly indiffer ent as to what any one might say and refused to consider the matter at allIt is to laugh The most hum orous or certainly one of the most humerous announcements ever made by any administration is that of the present adminisfration say ing that political and social in fluence will not count in making promotions in the army and navy and the civil service As though that were not humerous enough it was added that attempts on the part politicians and social digni taries to influence the promotion of their friends in the public service would probably do them more harm than gobd and that nothing but merit as shown by official records would determine promotions in the public service If there Is any Senator or Representative who takes this announcement seriously he hasnt been found The gen eral impression among them is thatiit was made with the frightening off some of the crowd favorhunters who are worrying the life out of Mr Roosevelt Per haps there will be a time when political and social influence will not knock down official persimmons in Washington but none of us will live to see it The formers of the Western Railroad trust which makes the ig steel trust look insignificant by comparison want Senator Elkins of West Va who is a railroad magnate for chairman of the Senate Committee on Interstate Com merce which will handle bills proposing cuecks on the railroad trust- yb amending the Interstate Com- mercelav and they are somewhat alarmed by the aparent reluctance of Senator Cullom to give up that chairmanship for the head of the committee on Foreign Relations Sometime ago Cullom was hot after the latter but his arde has cooled since he has found out that the chances are very decidedly against the ratification of most of the reciprocity treaties He is now chairman of the Commerce Committee and he can keep it if he doesnt go to the head of the For eign Committee POLITICS and POLITICIANS 0 Charles F Grainger was inaug urated Mayor of Louisville Tuesday at noon- President Roosevelts message is said to be the longest Presidential message ever written State Senator D L Moore of Harrodsburg is spoken of as a probable candidate for the Demo cratic nomination for Congress in this district against the Hon G G Gilbert present Congressman The defeated republican candi dates for the county offices of Wayne county have filed notice of contest alleging that the recent election was illegal because in the Mills Springs precinct which gave a democratic majority of 160 the ballots after being counted certificate made out in due form arid sign dhyall the officers were burned asuuderthc old law 1W R Cress was the successf till demo era tic candidate for Judge yhose office will be contested O j H Waddle and W A Morrow attorney for plaintiff v RELIGIOUS V o i Rev A J Pike is conducting a protracted meeting at Bee Lick DrAE Ewers will preach at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning and Sunday night CHANGE =Services will be held attheC C the4th and 5th Sun qaysistead of the ist and 3rd This applies only to Dec The first of next year services will be as formerly island rdunda y t tt f ADDITIONAL TAX SALES i 63 acres listed in the nameoi P j Adams nearest resident W M Wbodj tax and cost 842 2 acres listed the name of Jasper Alexander nearest resident Mat Coffee tax and cost 297 3 acres listed in the name of Eu gene Adams nearest resident J M Lear tax and ostS260 7410 acres listed in the name of Big Hill Mjijig Co in districts 2 3 4 tax and cost 15510 roo acres listed in the name of W R Isaacs nearest resident W M Large taxandcost 435 40 acres listed in the name of Amie Johnsoai nearest resident Thos Hurst tax and cost 243 60 acreslisted in the name of E jZ Koehler nearest resident R A Wilmatt tax and cost 544 22 acres Ested in the name of Jones S Kidvvell nearest resident widow Johnson tax and cost 297 6 acres listed in the name of A E Adams nearest resident Brod head tax and cost 343 One town lot in Brodhead J iL Ballerd tax and cost 297 225 acres listed in the name of fohn Blantou nearest resident Tamp Mobley tax and cost 1083 40 acres listed in the name of JChestnut175 acres listed illlhe name of Mrs H C Brooks nearest resident Gum Sulphur tax and cost 428 175 acres listed in the name of John Burk nearest resident Jack Leece tax and cost 613 320 acres listed in the name of Charley Cummins nearest resident J W Winkler tax and cost 1464 50 acres listed in the name of Weley Cole nearest resident N D Wilnioth tax and cost 243 90 acres listed in the name of DuvaUs Heirs nearest resident John Blanton tax and cost 475 152 ocres listed in the name of J B Edwards nearest resident W M Roberts tax and cost t 1ITOO acres listed in the name of John Parker nearest resident A Sams tax and cost 3 43 ofIITheo Pigg nearest resident El bert Browning tax and cost 5 57 20 acres listed in the name of George Pointer nearest resident Jessie Pointer tax and cost 2 87- i town lot in Livingston listed in the nsme of John C Powell tax and cost 4 28 134 acres listed in the name oj S J Robinson nearest resident John Huston tax and cost 3 98 100 acres listed in the name of Ben Thomas nearest resident W M Owens tax and cost 3 43 30 acres listed in the name of C R Payne nearest resident A J Payne tsx and cost 3 43z Geftingis and all wrong if too thin already Fat enough for your habit is healthya little more or less is no great harm Too fat consult a doctor too thin persistently thin no matter what cause take Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil There are many causes of get ting too thin theyall come under these two heads over work tndunderdigestion Jv Stop overwork if you njv but whether you can or l1dfJ take Scotts Erntikicn crCod Liver Oilo balance yourself with your work Yot1c ntjive on ittruebut by it you can Theresa limit however youll pay for it Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oilis the readiest cure for cant eat unless it comes of your doing no work you cant long be wfcjl and strongwithout some sprt of activity The genuine has this picture on it take no other nottriedfree sample its agreeable taste will youSCOTT Chemists 409 Pearl Streets New SU endJ lOOfl druggist SPREADS LIKE WTLDFIRK Whertklhfngs are Vthe JSest they become the bcst selling Abra + ham Here alea clinff druggist of Belleville 0writes Eleclne Bitters arethie best selling bitters I have handled in 2oyears You know vhv Most diseases begin in disorders of stomacu liver kidneys kowels blood and nerves Electric Bitters tones up the stomach regu lates livec kidneys and bowels purifies the blood strengthens the nerves hence cures multitudes of maladies It builds up the entire system Puts new life and vigor into any weak sickly rundown manor woman Price 50 cents Sold by all druggist YourHair Two years ago my hair was falling out badly I purchased a bottle of Ayers Hair Vigor and soon my hair stopped coming outiMiss Minnie Hoover Perhaps your mother had thin hair but that is no reason why you must go through life with half starved hair If you want long thick hair feed it with Ayers Hair Vigor and make it rich dark and heavy 100 a bottle Alt druggists If your drucrpjist cjxnnot pupply you send us ona dollar and wo will express you a bottle ito sure and give the name of vour nearest express office Address MassIb WOMAN R Lmftf A really healthy woman has little pain or discomfort at the menstrual period No woman needs to have any Wine of Cardui will quickly relieve those smarting menstrual pains and the dragging head back and side aches caused by fallingof the womb and irregular menses CARDlnlI every mouth It makes the men strual organs strong and healthy It is the provision made by Ua turi to ghre women relief from a the terrible aches and pains which blight so many homes I GREENWOOD LA Oct 14 1900 timeIuntilIforo I had taken all of it I was relieved I feel it my to that you havo a wonderful medicine MRS M1L YOUNT For advice and ittcmturenures vinJsymp TueClmttanco If 44NEWS ITEMS j Siow fell in mth Carolina and vv4l by married in Puns on Chri tihii dI y The notoflieezit PKtfeiVjansburg W Va was robhcr loll burned to the ground Gov Jenkins ci Oklahoma in his annual report snakes t pea for statehood for the TerniVry Mary Mark who killed her baby was sentenced at Vicbiia Kas to twenty years jmprisotnnfnt Gold engagtinetils omouiUmg to ooooooforRhipnHnt to Eurcipc have bten announc l in Nw York The new Hay auncefote treii was signed at Vasbingtuiu y Secretary Hay and Ainltasxidor ljaun cefote GRIT LucK Oi ANT EDITOR j For two years all efforts to cure iKczema in tfie palms of my hands LesterIof Syracuse Kan then 1aswholly cured by Bucclens Arnica Salve Its the worlds best for Eruptions Sv res and all skin diseases Only vsc at all Druggists r5Theres j no reflection so dainty no light so cIiarnrTng as the melloygt6v comes thatj 2Wax Oad as Prepared iu ninnjr ctor tints to harmonize with bur routidings in dining room drawing room bud room or hAil Sold 3 everywhere Made by STAflDARD J i OIL coJ A Gallon of PURE LINSEED OIL m1e4- trith gallon of mdZlImakos 2 galions of the vrnv sxar Puxr in the WOlLD W thaitLzSONOUS HAM PUT is made of the BEST or PAINT MATSBJALS such as nil good painters use and is ground THICK BY THICK Kb trbubla to mix any boy can do it It is the snNMa or HOUSE PAINT No BETTER paint can bo mivdo at AXY cost and Ciiated JPlNOT TO CRACK BLISTER PEEL or CHIP F HA3IMAII PArT CO St lK nl Mo Sold and guaranteed by f Chas C Davis r Mt Yernoti I Ky GO TO JONAS MCKENZIE MT VERNON KY J for Everything in i Dry t Goods Clothing Boots and bliot mci GrncM Mcvchaiuhsi1 BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES THE AMERICAN INVESTMENT COMMIT Incorporated CAPITAL STOCK 2500ft QQ RESERVE SURPLUS 125OOQO AMOUNT PAID COUPON HOLDERS vv 200000 Of Address all correspondence to VJ i HOME OPFlCd LEXINGTON KY Wti SjI GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS r1 t I FIRE ilN RANQc HAVE GeorgiiSe1iiiorieliew yityour Houses i ttii1 the OLfRi LIABLEYoik Jinderii jts f Agency E S ALBRIGIfl AGENT Mt Vernon Ico GaiiatSignal Office jJJ IJ 1 c Mt Vernon Signal Mtv VERNON Kv Nov 22 igor e JlLOUISWLLC 4 NASHVILLE R RCoj TIME TABLE 24 north 1105 a m 26 north 131 am 23 south 157 p m- 25tJuth Ih 145 am TAR LANDRUM Agent r iElltercdDt the x Mr Verci1 Postoffice oa sec onOClasa mull matter- MASONIC Ashlaml Lodge No 640 meets 2nd Satur aay 10 A in 2SMT VERNON R A CHAPTER NO HO MEETS every FOURTH MONDAY at 2 p m CHURCHES Christian Uoltfs services 1st 3r 1 Sundaj at 11 a in and at 630 p in Presbyterian Holds services on the 2nd hnd 4th duiiday morning and evening Baptist Church Services on the Second Saturday night and Sunday Sunday School at 9 a m every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesday nights j PERSONALS o Mrs grank Welsh has been very ick this week J P Lechlieter is in London and Corbintliis week Miss Carrie Lair was in iOWa shopping Monday Mr J W Miller was here from Lancaster Tuesday C C Williams spent Friday un til Monday in Ohio Capt W R Dilliou was up from Livingston Tuesday E3 Cox went to Louisville Tuesday to buy new goods H H Wood and son Jack of Wildie were here Tuesday Col JA August of Washington D C was here Tuesday Miss Dove B Letcher spent Saturday and Sunday in Louisville Mrs Drye of Middleburg is visiting the family of Theo Wesley Atty JSAT Brown was in Liv ingston Tuesday on professional business Jsii Dunn was up from Brod head Wednesday on important business TIVJ Hayes of Wildie passed through Wednesday en route to BrodheadMiss a Joplin entertained quite number of the young people Saturday night Mrs W M Poynter is visiting her daughter Mrs K E Thomp son at Lancaster Mrs Nelson Griffin went to Maretburg Wednesday to visit her mother Mrs Bert Owens Cashier W L Richards left Saturday night for Gallatin county to seefabout selling his farm Miss Tela Pennington one of the students in the college has a very severe attack of fever Mrs D N Williams went to Stanford Sunday to spend a few days Judge Williams accompanied her vV Jack Welsbj formerly ofthis place jjyas elected secretary ofa big chemical company in Louis yule Dr Davis saysMrs Jim Coffey r of near jLangford had a very severe attack ofitocsilitis the first of the week 1 W T Tayiof one fthe good substantial citizens ofrtlie Bee Lick neighborhood was here iYI rid ay on business Mr 1heoyesley wio recently sold1iistoCk of drugs here to Clias Cpavrs returned Tuesday from Mt Sterling where he bougbt proper tyincl will open up a drug splendid4rriggistfh and the kind ofinthi to have in aj t town1e stands for iniproye meiits arid is always ready to go 1 hIs full strength for them It is with muchj regret that the peoplepf Mt Vrlonsge Mr Wesley whi- tmostaakcjadyfkfhis aiidbcautiful- Iittef daughter Agnes lave 4 Mrs J R Orudorifand daughter Miss Hattie 6f Livingston are with Mrs Joe Coffey at the Veranda HotelLincoln Democrat IJudge Collyer returned from Alton yesterday morning and says his daughter Miss Mary has been appointee post master at that place Dave Thompson and sister Miss ntIcousins the Misses Thompson here Editor W P Walton was taken seriously ill in Lexington last Sun IdlY with an attack of apeudicitis latest reports says he has recovered R B Mullins traveling salesman for Augustus Wright has re turned from a trip through Te1iI and reports a splendid sale of boots and shoes Messrs J A Mudd and George McCarthy passed through Monday on their retunn from a short visit to relativesvin Gethsemany and Lebanon Junction W T McClure is out this week collecting back taxes for Sheriff elect H L Tate which were due him while riding as deputy under Henry Catron L Porter clerk for Chenault IR at 0 rlando and one of the young men in the county spent Wednesday night with Dr M Pennington W H Albright was here from Brodhead Wednesday and or OpIarmy and stationed at Fort Howard AT H C Gentry returned from Lebanon Junction Sunday where she was called two weeks ago on account of the serious illness of her son Ty ree She reports him much improved Miss Cecil Nield will give a luncheon at Miss Jennie C Bene diets today followed by a box party at McCauleys in honor of Misses Ethel and Julia Dixon of Baltimore Wednesdays Courier Jourual v LOCALS 0 MAGISTRATE Mr J Logan Renner has been appointed Magistrate in the 3rd Magistral district to succeed J J1 Ballard resigned EQUALIZATION BOARD The town Board of Trustees efl Wednesday and appointed Willis Griffin Jonas McKenzie and W F McClary as a Board of Equal ization Prof Hale impersonator and re citer who is is well known to the people of Mt Vernon by his recit alsgien heretofore will be at the College Chapel next Tuesday night week Dec 3rd t We again call attention toi the fact that Lexington and Central Kentucky points as well as Jellico Barbourville Manchester and inter mediate points canbe reached over the Independent Telephone lineDoING WELL Judge Williams while in Louisville a few days ago saw Dr Harry Weber a former Rockcastle boy who is handsomely located in the CourierJournal building and is gLUing a splendid oractice A Christmas tree for the benefit of the young folks says some but usually more for the benefit of the older people th enfor the little folks Christian church onithe night of Christmas Eve so says the committee The Baptist and Presbyterian churches will more than likely follow suit FROM OREGON Mr George King of North Powder Oregon a brother of Mrs A Pennington sent George Penningtou a few days since a nice mes of bear meat also some of the wool taken from the animal oil his claim from the Philippines George stoppedat North Powder and spent several days hunting with his uncle Contracts were signed Tuesday whereby the Pine Hill coal mines which are upw being operated by Loiigmire and Hightower undera lease from C Metesser w 1tpn January 1st 1902 be turned over to J A August owner of tliepropt Srty who will in turn again place jC Mptesser Charge under terms theiprjaaii lease r rfy r=Thanksgiving services will beheld at the Presbyterian church The Chatauqua club met with Iisses Susie and Annie Thompson Tuesday night The meeting next Tuesday night will be heldwith 11 rsC C Williams MARRIED John Lewis colored p Grays and Ida Mocldelj daughter of Fount Moddel a highly re spected colored citizen of our town yere married Wednesday nightII We are much indebted shal J J Clancy and Parson Hpcker for furnishing us with a report from Livingston this week which was sent by telephone last night our regular correspondent failing to show up x TRUCK GASThe Mt Sterling Oil land Gas Co which is boring for oil on Copp r Creek has struck gas of a sufficient quantity to run an ngine although they have gonc4 down only a few hundred feet The are confident a nice flow of oil Will be found Robert Hicks son of Mr Larkin Hick of BJodhead and Miss Lei a the eldest daughter of Rev and Mrs A J Pike will be married SimdaV The intended groom ac companied by Judge Granville Owen came up Wednesday and secured the license AT ONDoNThe Federal court of the new Eastern Kentucky district ojf which the Hon J M Cochran is Judge and Judge J H Tinsle of Barbourville is attorney wijl convene at London next Monda The courthouse where the ses ions will be held is being over h uled and the hotels are making preparations to entertain a large ntmbei of people as one of the largest crowds ever assembled in the t wn of London is expected there d ring the court- Against Christmas is over and the young bloods have fired all the big cannon crackers they can pos sibly get money to buy twhich will be an ample sufficiency andwhen two or three horses are crippled and a person or two killedwhile crossing some of the culprits which should hive been condemned weeks ago nihy be a number of our cit izens xvii stop fighting the corporation and on the other hand assist in getting it up in good working order that some much needed im provements may be made BROUGHT SUITMrs Sallie Adams and children have thr ngh their attorney C C Williams brought uit against Sim Dowell of Lincoln county to regain a tract of 400 acres of land in that county which Eoweli is holding under a tax sale IDowell was placed on the farm several years ago by Dave and Smith Adams the owners with the understanding that fae should keep it up pay taxes and have whzt lie could make but after two or bree years he allowed the farm to sell for about 9 taxes and bid it in himself There are booms and boomers Rockcastle is not expecting one but we are here to tell our friends that all indications point to a suc cessful is me in thoi1 business in addition to the various enterprises goodwork and to our people alreadyjdOing Pulaskicounty has county has several Our county is br tweet th se points and there is no earthly r ason why the drills now going down wont soon strike a flow of the fluid Madison county capitalis will begin drilling near Berea early date Other comp atan are arranging to go to drills in this county 1 LIVINGSTON o wiij Burton was lie from Phievillc Sunday l1 to Crab SamfIageehasgo lioll the sick ist for some time C F Bryant has gone to Tennessee on a business trip Parson Hocker is in Louis villebuyimighis Xmas goods Tom Hutchins of Burgh Vas here oiija business trip this week Miss Bertina Mullins went to Big Hill Saturday to visit relatives Mrs jMaiialy Carson has return ed fronia visit to relatives at Q lall Mss JSH Hagauof Crab Orchard is visiting her parents this week Wliat 5s time Jiiatter with HTnl- by lio letter last week This Wont do J 1 Pl Mullius liiis uioved back- from Mullimn Station idisagain 5111n1 lsJl re t ttt Bf 1r Tt rJ R Hocker and wife Pf risr burg are visiting Mr arid Mrs Shannon McKinney- l f Walton of the nt irJoti nul is here this week and asV luSUtl made lots of new friends Suptelect M Ballard is very ill this week The school was closed on account of his sickness Mrs W 11 Haver of Lebanon Junction has been here on a visit RjOrndorffMfFisher of Indiana wJarhere this week on business Some of the Livingston bo s had fetter watch out s r ORLANDO o Jim B Chiklress is on tIe sick list thisweekS GeoT Johnson is visiting his father at this place s Judge Chenault was down from Richmond Saturday R L Porter was in Mt Vernon Wednesday on business Ove Evans has proven himself the champion bird hunter Henry Bales hreturned from Lee county and will spend the winter here P W Clark the Rustling man of this place was in MlUmber1 non Tuesdjy Dead tile sixyearold daughter of Andrew Miller died last Satur day night of scarlet fever Alex Helton commonly known as old man Helton was in Mt Ver non Saturday on business The Big Hill Mining Company has moved their prospecting crew hi town and are now drilling just west of J L Balls residence Fidel Robinson who was fired on from ambush Saturday night a mile south of here is still laid up on account Pf his wounds but is getting along nicely Theyoung men who were charged with robbing the postoffice at Withers were closely pressed by Deputy Sheriff Nicely and Marshal W T MeCiure of Mt Vernon Wednesday but made their escape a i Land Slock and Crop 0D N Williams sold a milch cow for 25a John Roberts of Brodhead sold his pacing mare to Charley Cum mins for 50- WANTED To sell a good beef or exchange for a good young milch cow Apply at this office Best cattle sold at 7 in Chicago last week i U higher than a year ago and 4 cent over the week before Wm impson sold to Cincinnati parties 37 i5oolb export cattle at 5ctrain weight Jessamine Journal- 850 bushels of wheat at Soc 70 935K cattle at 334 and 50 barrels of corn at the heap at 25oIp tenOr Journal Mr 11 J Fhrris of Danville lost thirteen head of iSop pound cattle from poisoning between Saturday and Monday v M J Farris yesterday ld25o export cattle to Simon Weil for 5 per hundred They aveiaged 400 pounds and the aggregate amount received is over 15 000 Danville AdvocateS Ike Bowman exs4 riff of Jackson county has purchased J S Jopliiis farm one mile west vqf town the consideration being 2000 Mr Joplin gives posses sion the fitst of January Twelve twohorsewagou loads of hickory nuts were delivered at the unk shop here within the last few weeks There were 400 bushels it the lot and they brpught 35cts bu shel Harrods ti rgDemocrat R W Tewmey bought 20 fal hogs Saturday and says the an plentifulat 44 cents Cler Cole man bought 50 head of butcher cattle yesterday at 2JfanaJ Cmcmntnati ICASTOFtlAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Kate Always Boigtf Bears the- Signature of i t J CHAS C DAV1S 7 SUCCESSOR TO TrfEo WESLEY i FG R J 0 Fresh Drugs ALSO Patent Medicines sot all lrqtFtdsl Perfumeryv Stationery Toilet Articles CIGARS AND TOBACCQ Paints and Oils L PRESCRIPTIONSllouSrttaY or night 9 GHFRITH fI iOOMBI itodBut fqr your own in terest be sure to conic j DONT BUY FROM U S until ouve looked around if you pre eveqtjdont We will save You Time and Mon Can goods S5c2 ft Rolled Sc atsj Big ISargains in CLOTHING SHOES HATS DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS IW I ILLputU on top by Selling UI atthebottom BETTER GOODS AT LOVER PRICES THAN YOU CAN GET ELSEWHERE slapdash mixture careful v Oo1pohdCdlt t BRODHEADE TUC Y =Twnj fcty iTa- Rxn Lrpw Prices arid High Oualitie CORRECTED EACH Vii X BY lC H FhlTHf- Arbuckles Coffee 12 c Coffee I2MC XXXX Coffee iccGood Green Coffee i6c to i2 c 440JFiourFlour Plain Family 300 Granulated Sugar i6thx Light Brown Sugar 176 IfcsStoo Syrups pergallon SOC 7 Cakes of DsBoone Soap J0Coal Oil best per gallop i8C Calico best Grades 5fZ IWrILL PAY HIGHEST price COUNTRY BR0 T CANT Afford fCtt TO RaintTHE man whosays hat forgets that painting properly done is economy and the fact ishe cant affbrd NOT to paint IHOW often you require to paint is largely dependent upon t the paint you use The Sherthan Williams paints opt last others They are the most econornicalS paints you can use because they cover most and wear longest Add tq this their good SHERlJANWLifIAIvISThey are made for many different kinds of painting What ever it is you want to paihtLa house or anything in or out of the r housewe make the right paint for that particular purpose =not olid tfor all SOLD BY CHF1ITH BRODHEAD KY u The PEopLE HAVE FOUND HOUR ex Q ATT vt V A 1 i gfEc4M t 7erii on fO BE We oj Lion J The place fer Eair BealiVg ant keepiiig on naM Wliatyou want r are Agents for HorsQ farming calt hay nd tiring youait fccolrie to mtr Big supply house and be convirfcejilv i of f 7 AreComp1ete r OUR SHOES SiipfibKVfeufejtiliiersi llnplementssl11ngh eoinrAny DUT Stock Grocery Sup1e Shelves are groaning under the lo ds of gpods to suit the general trade J of all grades hats ancl ly alls shuts collars and l19 ral t Urn or men s inrnismngs t + of all S A s iiJf OUR OUR itfiewJfhen4 capscloljnii idcsandaTg Ladies Wear Rind grt Ub are firstdas 10 motto FairDea1ing21 4COME3 look bUy and be satlsfil that we mean what we say mind you Hi11 n fIlcpnPJIONIi NO lY Xf 3S3J J Y k t f tf 7 Miller House W J- Headquarters RIDER PROPR for Corximercial Men Porter atall trains The Veranda f Hotel4 4 r jQSIPH COFFBY PROPR Stanford Kv VSf Speciallyequipped for traveling men Sample room on first floor Bathrooms free to guests RATES 200 per dayr It s BtelFritli FRANCISCO Propr Located at the Depot KSMeer all Trains Day and Night Traveling Men sing Railroad men Solicited Will fur ranches for all trains Sower Francico MONUMENTAL WORKS yBrodhead Ky Granite and Marble Monuments and Tom tones ALL WORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN s c Big Four BurrftLo ROUTE u T i THEiNoRTH fS AND EASTft Jc jc ft 1901 BES2 LINE t TO P lndianapoliCiv1 Peoria and l Chicago INFORMATION cheerfully fur nished on application at City Ticket OfficeciBIQ FOUR No 213 FOURTH AVENUE or write to S J GATES General AgentL- OUISVILLE r KY 0 New Fast Train 10F COLORADO UTAH ITHEPACIFIC COASTI- n If effect Sunday May igth Louisifop a m daily the evening train to same points itf 10 p mdaily Through sleeping car service be tween St puipSaa raneisc6and Northwestern points Only line that does a twice dirily Excursion tickets now an sale For further infornsiation address R T Q Matthews t P A t Louisville Icy H GTOWNSENP Gienlassr and TktAgt St Louis Ihs ance Or al11 I 1 nQ Shiraircei P jA rff LAND SViiS FOR T XES 25 acre f seed in the name of J W Speak dccrLst resident J 1I SpeacVVtsxftud cost 2 97 200 a rd11 a din the name of J M OlAXTi is hireatv resident Willis Busscl UkatKl COStS 05 60 ftfl Jttcd in the name of AitgeHue lui f1 h rest resident S Cash lukai A tJti 335 Zoo hcref fifd in the name of CUniiuius ii nearest resident M C BroxVjh tn nnd cost 3 82 120 acfti lisud in the name of MalhuLi Mve nearest res ieut W tyl Norton tta x and cot 4 28 93 acre litXtt in tkle name of Win Deco If nearest resident A CJftrtiicr tax fti a cost 3 37 o aclellifted in the name of D G Cummins Nearest resident Richard Hays tax and cost 4 82 I applyingWe promptly obtain U S PATENTSand TRADE ARKS or return EN attorney fee Send model sketch IMMEDIATEFthe legal service and advice our charges are moderate Try SWIFT Be CO9 Patent Opp US Patent Office Washington DC COURT CA ENDARI COUNTY COURT Fourth Monday in each month- QUARTERLY COURT Fust Mon day in January April July and October CIRCUIT CoufcT1 Second Mon Mondayintember COURrjThIrd K O T M Jit yeraoji Tent UD 21 MT VERNON KY MEETS every ist and 3rd lr1on 4day in each mouth 730 p m GEOS GRIFFIN COM ARCH FURNISH REC KEEP RILEY HOUSE FB RILEY Prop LONDON KY HEADQUARTERS S for Com mercial men Good Sample Room and convenient to Depot Rates 2 00 per day M L MYERS DentistMT KY FIRSTCLASSWORK OFFICEAt the Rice property PHONE No 38 P A Pennin ton 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 WilliamsAttorne MT VERNON KY OFFICE on Church StOpposite Court House C C Williams Attorney atLaw MT VERNON ycv OFFICE On 2nd floor of TheBank of Mt Vernon on diurc streetSpecial attention given to collections FurnitureUndertaking A full and copietestock All orders filledMottoBest goods and lowest prices J A Mttlliti SonSuccessors to Blank n np t Mililini LIVINGSTON KsNTuc5Sr v MULLI5 JI1ITELP urnhih dwith yffypqinfence aktid Comfort a W rTubb Prop LtV TON KYy DIMPLE rooms ior Comtncretaleh ljn t 76 acres listed in the name of J A Taj lor Nearest resident T U Lair Tax and cost 22 72 60 acres listed in the name of Silas Hardin nearest resident John Hardin Tax and cost forthe years 19001901 6 75 60 acres listed in the name of Margaret Bullen nearest resident 1899Tax140 acres listed in the name of Augustus Wolf nearest resident W H Brcwn Tax and cost 4 28 o acres listed in the name of- AdeJ nc Henderson nearest resident S J Moore for the years 1900 1901 Tax and cost 4 18 40 acres listed in the name of Charley Watson nearest resident Win Wallen tax and cost 2 87 80 acres listed in tee name of J N Tyree nearest resident J H Taylor tax and cost 3 35 40 acres listed in the name of Wyatt Allen nearest Resident M Davidson tax and cost 297 roo 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 290 20 acres listed in the name of Henry Jones nearest resident Grant Loin tax and cost i 97 221 acres listed in the name of Lucy T Luxton nearest resident W H Morris tax and cost 3 59 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 20 103 acres listed in the name of Charley Bethurum nearest resident George Rickets tax and cost 5 28 One town lot in Mt Vernon list ed in the name of James Croutcher tax and cost 4 74 4 acres listed in the name of G W Hasty nearest resident Lee Kinnard tax and cost 3 43 20 acres listed in the name of Josiah Jones nearest resident C C Tones tax and cost 2 97 50 acres listed in the name of J SpencerMullins 50 acres listed in the name of William Shell nearest resident Larkin Abney tax and cost 2 97 50 acres listed in the name of Mart Singleton nearest resident J R Singleton tax and cost 2 43 50 acres listed in the name of D M Singleton nearest resident James Singleton tax and cost 3 43 100 acres listed in the name of Thas P Smith nearest resident E Mullins tax and cost 4 14 75 acres listed in the name of JohnGriffin40 acres listed in the name of John Jones nearest resident J T Mullins tax and cost 2 97 150 acres listed in the name of Sarah A Mullins nearest resident- V G Mullins tax and cost 4 75 190 acres listed in the name of JohnHibbard JAKinley tax and cost 3 43 50 acres listed in the name of W A Renner nearest resident Wm Kinley tax and cost 3 66 800 acres listed in the name of W D McGuire heirs nearest resident W G McGuire tax and cost 16 30 JHcote tax and cost 3 16 75 acres listed in the name of G B Catton nearest resident W S Mullins tax and cost 4 82 ro acres listed in the name of W Bhr 46 acres listed in the name o Sarah Durham nearest resident G B Cotton l xandcostI 97 4 acres listed in the name of Rise French nearest resident Tom Hurst tax and cost I y7 ko acres listed in the name of MatCthenameoflJennie tFiCetran ta4t and cost 4S2 12 acres listed the name of Thtei t Rgintotharni nearest resident B 47tSentjb1t18Jgxrlanta 536 acres stedJnlbenam of A Ytart r i 40 acres listed in the name of J N Durham nearest resident G B Catton tax andcost 2 97 300 acres listed jn the halite of Ella Durham nearest resident J C Mullins tax and cost 6 13 50 acres listed in the name of Mrs Lucinda Vretl nearest resi dent Will Qose tax nnd cost i 97 50 acres listed in thname of J S Woodall nearest reslden i J J Miirtin tax and cost 2 43 100 acres listed in the name ot John R Alcorn nearest resident Alex Allen tax and cost 4 35 40 acres listed in the name of Mrs Nan Farris nearest resident John Anglin tax and cost 2 43 66 acres listed in the name of Henry Sympson nearest resident Jake Sympson tax and cost 4 59 600 acres listed in the name of W13 Smith and Johnson nearest resident Henry Hamlin tax and cost 8 90 listed in the of residentLJohn Wren tax and cost 4 13 50 acres listed in ths name of Reubiu Johnson 1900 1901 nearest resident W 11 White tax and cost 3 78 50 acres listed in the name of Harvey Kmnard nearest resident S Hammond tax and cost 2 43 25 acres listed in the name of E Flanery nearest resident W M Shearer tax and cost i 97 15 acres listed in the name of W C Gadd nearest resident Thos Miller tax and cost 2 70 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 3 82 50 acres listed in thename of W A Anglin for 1900 and 1901 near est resident Isaac Rector tax and cost 5 77 100 acres listed in the name of Baxter heirs nearest resident John Hoskins tax and cost 3 35 70 acres listed in the name of Henry Calvin nearest resident D W Casteel tax and cost 8 34 50 acres listed in the name of J T Clark nearest resident James Brewer tax and cost 6 95 Too acres listed iu the name of George Maiden nearest resident Wesley Lambert tax and cost 297 14 acres listed in the name of J M Pingleton nearest residen Rube Wilmot tax and cost 2 97 1 60 acres listed in the name of Harve Soards heirs nearest resident A J Henderson tax and cost 5 39 82 acers listed in the name ofE Bx Wallace nearest resident B Bodkin tax and cost 2 26 80 acres listed in the name of J H Speak nearest resident E Whitaker tax and cost 7 13 One town lot in Mt VErnon nearest resident Mrs Rosaline Nes bitt tax and cost 197 35 acros listed in the name of William Pattent nearest resident Joe Hansel tax and cost 311 50 acres listed in the name of as Arnold nearest resident J A Smith tax and cost 2 97 50 acres listed in the name of J S Moore nearest resident J W Woodall tax and cost 3 43 One town lot in Wildie listed in the name of Mrs J L Brooks tax and cost 42 J 10 acres listed in the name of VV P Coffee nearest resident Tom Townsend tax and cost 2 74 200 acres listed in the name of Dayles heirs nearest resident K Wilmott tax and cost 50 acres listed in the name of AI M Hiatt nearest resident J B Bordes tax and cost 3 66 33 acres listed in the name of W M Hauks Heirs nearest resident C Houk tax and costI 243 15 acres listed in the name of Lee Wiggins nearest resident Clel Smith tax and cost 2 i4 50 acres listed in the name of A Wf62 acres li tedin the name of Stephen Moore nearest resident Jas Mullius tax and cost 243 140 acres listed in the name of H G Edwards nearest resident W D Livesay tax and cost 13 37 50 acres listed in theiiame ot W R Faris nearest resident P Oveij bay tax and cost 575 nameorlMrWhitehead tax and cost 335 297 acre listed in the name of P J Hallnearest resldenVjohn Todd tax and cost 85i OftMrsGeo E Painter taxatid cost 382 t i lot in Maretburg listed in the flame of Mrs Emma Hester tax and cost 335 HENRY cAT It0N S C iI i j a utic- Abe getahlePreparallonrAs similatin thefoodandfie uta thdtZStolt SandBo i s01 r Promotes DigcalionCli crfuI iness sndEestCoRlams neither OpiuraMorpiiins nor Mineral g NOT KASC OTIC rcMilzJfltYr Ibnijt S41J lt niIJ fUll icflJl mdoralasaki d H Jra itfary on llrNr- forCorsUpal1on s Worms Convulsions feverishness and Loss OF SLEEP PacSinalc Sit ature o- faffZNEW YORK EXACT COPY Of 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