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rudnce Wanted at Thos M
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jo rgans
trC0P1C are now taking things for
that tired feeling
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taring your corn to DeWitts feed
store andtcasIforitj
1 I ohnoag has bought the East
raof Dr Slatons office
Stc the Apollo Washer the best
mid inorfcet at G M Dcxtcrs
i1he Methodist church had an in
I Ie crease of fifteen members Sunday
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TVWt M Morgan has new goods
l ix all Hhex Iriccs lowest for ca ih
There are not as good fish in the
creek as those that will soon be lied
about
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J rcsh bread at Howard Cos
IofiTucsday Thiirstlaj and Sat
day
Mr John Wells has his new house
fIr T AVC ncarloom
f cjid JriK Garbers ad and re
ierhe Ulbc hire uijamcoun
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> > ordinance to say nothing of
amcnts gardens or temper
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ent direct from New York
rrMr Sam Heitsley has moved into
his iiew home which he recently
purchased from Mr John F Poag
W A Letzinger the jeweler has
enough interesting relics to keep
you busy while he fixes your watch
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Let some of our good cIizcns or
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ganize a company and put m water
works It is a paying investment
Full line smoked meat also boil
HcdJiam Ashland and New England
hams ready to serve at Howard
y Cos
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While a chain gang is not an or
I f narhent m one would improve the ap
rpcarance of the streets if properly
maaip lated
e have Just received a carload
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I gf Horse Shoe Fertilizer also a car
tIload of Studcbaker and Tennessee
1TennesseeI
yM LOVBLL
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I A illHe work of erecting the building
vorjhe new lang mill was begun
It Jsfeek iLjviH be located just
flouringKri
Kri it
S filIandvill be in Operation early
uJ in May
ii a Tq enlarge on the merits of Mrs
I J6hesstock of Jailics misses and
childrens hats would be superfluous
They are stylish pretty and cheap
Thats all
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South Carrollton is to have a
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bank The subsci iptions for stock
ire large enough to assure the enter
prise and the venture will be a pay
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Ing one as the territory to be served
Iwill be furnished plenty of business
Sewing and al kinds of repair
work done by Mrs M K Martin in
the front room over Jarvis Wil
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ing therHep6t section with this city
Thejnove is drawing forth consider
able Opposition from some of the
tto citizens of our neighbor and they
to propose to fight the effort to the
lait
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Persons having scrap iron brass
rubber rope c for sale should
a seeM Arnold and get cash for
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Bring your laundry to Roark
The trees are beginning to get
fuzzy
tizzyautcd
Wanted all kinds of old relics
LHT2INOKU
Tomorrow the day and night will
be of equal length
lUring your last years hats to Mrs
i Stevens and have them made new
You will find all kinks of fancy
candies and fruit at Joe Morgans
Joe Morgan the confectionarion
Dr Chas E OHryan has pur
chased a home on Main Cross street
from Irrv Chas Williams Con
sideration 65000
Majestic Ranges arc the best
made last longest and are therefore
the cheapest at
G M DBXTKRS
Readytowear millinery fashion
able trimmings plenty of novelties
in the stock which Mrs C E
OBryan is showing
The SundaySchools of the town
showed a heavy increase in attend
ance Sunday The Methodist had
1 02 which was the largest in town
Remember we can furnish you
with most anything you want to eat
Our business is to keep good things
to cat and deliver them promptly
C M HOWARD Co
The many friends of Judge E A
Coppagc were glad to cone again
in contact with him on the streets t
last week The Judge is still suffer
ing from acute rheumatism but is
able to be about
Particular attention to overhaul
Iff
ing and trimming old hats by Mrs
CvE 4Bryan
i TRrV r 1 GvTonso li bi been T > < t 1
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milled to the law firm ot Johnsoa i
Wickliffe the firm now being Jon
son Wickliffe Jonson He is
receiving the congratulations of his
friends and will prove his worth as
a member of the partnership
Seed Irish potatoes grass and
clover seed for sale at Thos M
Morgans
rginsMarshal
Marshal Graddy arrested Dow
George a gentleman of color Sat
urday night Tuesday Judge Mor
gan fined him 2500 and cost He
is now in jail reflecting upon the
great benefits accruing to him from
toatmg a gun
New 1902 model Crescent bicycles
at Roarks See them Tfie price
is 25greatest value in the wheel
world
worldlhc S L
The Rev Mr Amis did not come
down on the 1st Sunday to fill his
regular appointment at the Baptist
church He has been announced
preach the 5th Sunday and will
remain down untiltafteV the first
Sunday in April
Call on Mrs Jones for your new
spfyig hat You can save money
by so doing
Mjr I B Gates a prosperous
farmer of the McNary section and
one of the countys prominent and
respected citizens died of con
sumption at his home early last Sat
urday morning He had been con
fined to his bed for some weeks
with no chances of recovery but he
was well prepared for death and
constantly assured his friends of his
hopes He leaves a wife and sever
al children who will in their sorrow
have the comfort of a host of neigh
borhood friends
KiUmizoo etery aod Soap
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strongest and most powerful nerve tonic
and blood builder in the world Contains
celery and kola for the nerves pepsin for
the stomach phosphate of iron and sdrsa
parllla for the blood buchu uvi ursa and
swamp root for the kidneys and cascara
for the bowels and liver Really 4 medi
cines In one The finest combination
made Now Is Uptime to take it
ODNTZLERS DRUGSTORE
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Mr Mae Mercer of the county was in
town Monday
Mr W 5 Duncan went to Louis
vile Tuesday
vmeruuscluIr
Mr Dirge Williams of Depoy was iu
town Tuesday
Mr II F llend of South Carrollton
was here Tuesday
Mr 1 W Slack of Oweusboro was
in the city Tuesday
Mr Hutch Wolborn of Rosewood
was in town Monday
Mr Wm Kadcs wns up from Hillside
on business yesterday
Mr Scott Morgan spent the day in
South Carrollton Sunday
Mr 1 W Midjletou was here on his
usual visit Sunday
Mrs W n ISlnultwcll visitedfriends
in Central City this week
Messrs T 1 Itoggcss and Oda Wei
born of Mortons ap arc here
Mr Melvin Simmons of Owunslioro
is visiting Mr lames Hanhvick
Messrs 1 C Hardison and A T
Shutt of Weir were here Tuesday
Dr T L Slntou and Mr A Y Allen
went to Uevicr Tuesday on business
Mr Edgar D Martin en me down
from Louisville on business Tuesday
Mrs Dan Uibbs of Itoclcport Ivy
visited Mrs It W Middlctoa lost
week
Mr Hob Jackson returned to his
home in the county Tuesday after
noon
Mr Court Wilkins was here from
Central City Sunday on u visit to
friends
Mr L M Kirkpatrick who has been
visiting his son at 1enrod returned
home today
Miss Myrtle Mason of Owensboro
Ky is a charming visitor of Miss Min
nie Drake
Mr John W Moore of Morgantown
spent Sunday here visiting relatives
and friends
Mr ico AV linden of Drakcsboro
is at his daughters Mrs J G Hohannon
this week
Mr Orien T4 bark was in Louisville
and Frankfort on business a few days
this week
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Messrs U U Cubbcrtson and L A
Tuck of Central City were in Green
ville Tuesday
Mr Joe Hard of MeXary passed
through Greenville Tuesday on his
way to Owensboro
Mr T J lleasley and two sons of
Lcwisburg Ky iR visiting the family
of Mr L n Desper
Miss Katie Hello Duncan came borne
Thursday from McIIcnry where shoo
has been visiting her grand mother
Mr 11 nrklf > Tr returned
from Kur tjd i I Pu Mkiy ffiHtr vu
porta ilr LannnTi 1 4rK > hfctbcttf j
Messrs John A IJJacklock Mac
Fcrgurson and Henry Lawton all of
South Carrollton were here Saturday
M rs E W Taylor who has been nt
Owensboro attending the funeral d
Mrs Henry Harchvick is now at home
Misses Ida May Sebafcr and Hayme
Lam who arc at Bethel College in
Hopkinsvillc spent last Sunday at
home
Mr U E Countzler went down to
Nortonville Monday to meet bis wife
and boy who hasjbecu visiting in
Sebree
Mr T Hood Little editor of the
Kentucky Register was here from
Richmond a few days this week on a
social visit
Mrs John T Reynolds Jr who huts
been bick for a few days we are glad
to say is able to beat her desk in R
Martins Cos store
Judge W II Yost who has been
away from home for the last two weeks
in the interest of the United Mine
Workers came home Sunday He is
now in Hopkinuvillc
Mr Herman Young of Louisville
having been called to see his little
daughter Sadie May who has been
quite sick at her grand fathers Col S
P Love She is sqmcVrlmt better at
present
presentMr
Mr Earle Uoggcss of Depoy left
last Saturday for Little Rock Ark
where he is employed on the Chock
taw Railroad He is a young man of
integrity amiability and we pre
dict IL successful career for him
Mrs Wm Frear returned to her
home in State College Pa last week
She was accompanied as far as Louis
ville by Mrs Lewis Reno where they
made a short visit to Rev M It Por
ter and family
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New hats at Mrs Jones
March asserted herself i few days
this week
Sec Joe Morgan for all kinds of
papertcries
r For pretty and cheap hats call
on Mrs Stevens
Pretty rnijlincry is delighting the
r feminine heart
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Rev J T liatbee who has just
closed a successful meeting at Sac
ramento is now at home
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For pretty things in seasonable
millinery go to Mrs C E 01 Bryan
in the front r0011l0rcr Jarvis
Williams t m om
The most reliable preparation for
kidney troubles on hmarket is
Foleys Kidney Cure Sold by Jar
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The only candy and iruil dcaleV
in town is Joe Morgan
By an act passed br the last legis
lature citizens of ciU4ft1icsth
class will have to exhibit certificates
of registration before vrttpg I irccn S
vile is a city of th5til lasj
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If it is a stove you want Kbark
can fill the bill Best liar on the
local market and lrie er than
anybody Pipe cpokin iutcnsHs
c of all kinds also in siqck
e
Kidney complaint kis ttarcpep
pIe than any other disc ir Thisis
due to the disease bin > isidious
that it gets a good hold 11 heysf
tem before it is refcoghfc I oleys f
Kidney Cure will proVln thc dcvcl
opmcnt of fatal disease if taken in
time Sold by Jaryis viHiams
There were vcryj fw pepple f
wearing of the g rccn Jtfdkday but
some patriots observej C St IJairicks
day by decorating > 4
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The G W Jcvnw lumber Cob
haspntN closed out n interest b
here havinj only fuvvxcarlpads of
lumber on its yard jit > W F
Briere whohasbccn Us seht here t
for the past yearJias rriUrurd tp his
home in Applet nVlis rand iirt
H W Weir has charge ei She yard
at this place < r
Sec that new hineofcga S
ware at Howard CosM h
One of our Dead Oame Sports
before taking his first lidbn a train
called an assistant at theMepot aside
and showing him a roun trfp ticket
said 1
U I know you kho ir lV about it
and I want you to tIme can
I go down and come all the way
back on this Befngj ssuredthat
he could do so he started off but
turned back and said W6ay must Io
re
this to the conductor Now
give co dJ1 or J
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his inquiring friends tl1re riot in e
quire 4
Mrs M E Martin W1utriUl for
Mrs G E QBryan thiseason p
III Mcthofi
Resolutions of the j J lKentueliY
tears Circle GreenvlftJKentucky O
WnilRBAS Godin ii fir love
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our ir O 15f inl workei
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Mrs T B Lanhji m 4 rtforebe jt
RESOLVED thafcas a ifclc and
as inuividuals we will cherish her
many virtues and ti c memory of
her noble life shall be J is a stimu
lus and help and while e feel we F
have sustained an irreparable loss
we know and thank God that it has to
been her great gain f la
That the sweet unselfishness of SJ
her life under all conditions her A
loyal devotion to dtqahomc and X
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in cooperation with her husband inc
his work for young men shall long k
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be a fond memory among those who I t
knew her 11 +
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That we extend to her husband X
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and family our heartfelt love and X
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That ever mindful yof her quiet X
sincere zeal in all her Christian X
duties we inscribe a wpagc in our X
minute book to her memory know X
ing that the one who v gave her of
His grace and strength and pre
pared her for her > york here In
His Name will carry Qn that work
in his own way
That a copy of these resolutions
be sent to the family and to the
Edgefield S C Chronicle and
the Greenville RUCOKI
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THE CIRCLE
Taken up as ostriy by W S
Mathis one red heifer without mark
or brand two years old valued at
Si 2 by Ed Jarvis Also one red
and white bull aboutiS months redI
and valued at 3 Ilh6se two were
taken up March 6 1902 Mr Math
is lives one mile west p f Hillside
Subscribed arid slvbnitp by W S
Mathis before me this 3th day of
March 1902
J H UURNE J P M C
See Letzingers big alligator
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The only swell line of atatiduery
and fancy tabiqtsiu < town will be t
found at Joe Morgans
A Severe COld for Three
Months
The following Ictter from A J
Nusbaumof Batesvill 1 S 1mW1 tells
his own storyn I suffered for three
months with a severe cold A
druggist prepared me some medicine
and a physician prescribed for me
yet I did not mprove 1 then tried
Foleys Honey and Tir and fght
dosecured me dviQjSubstitutcs
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Repairing
Neatly
Done
Never thought of such a
sign for a medicine did you
Well its a good sign for
Scotts Emulsion The body
has to be repaired like other
things and Scotts Emulsion is
the medicine that does it
These poor bodies wear out
fron worry from overwork
from disease They get thin
and weak Some of the new
ones arc not well made and
all of the old ones arc racked
from long usage
Scotts Emulsion fixes all
kinds It does the work both
inside and out It makes soft
bones hard thin blood red
weak lungs strong hollow
places full Only the best ma
terials are used in the patching
and the patches dont show
through the newglow of health
No one has to wait his turn
You can do it yourselfyou
and the bottle
This picture represents
the Trade Mark of icons
Emulsion and iion the
lapper of every bottle
end for free sample
SCOTT = HOWNE
409 Pcail St New YOlk
Soc and Ji all druggists
DR H G BOHANNON
DENTST
Crown and rJc1jte plate and porcelain work
f nil kinds Irregular and inalposted teeth
regulated
regulatedOfMce
OfMce front room over Kirkpntrlck Mtorc Tel
ephone No 77 LonJrDlKtance llour to 4
DR J1 W BARLOW
DENTIST
Crown and Bridge Work done at reasonable
prices
prlcettomce
Office orer Myers drugstore JreenYllle Ky
DR I J SLATON
Physician and Surgeon
Office Malncrora street near Main street n
Newton BeIiuijt j
LAWYER
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First National Bank Building
Persons who have farms houses city
lots factory sites coal oil or mineral
lands for sale or who wish to buy the
same are invited to call on me
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are others f C U for an annual
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who pay PJIJU subscription to v
Printers Ink and learn of X
what all the advertisers are thinking X
But even these are not the extremes J
reached There are men who lose t
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for the purpose of doing all
kinds of Veterinary opera
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your diseasedand afflicted
stock Examinations free
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Ky virtue of Taxes de me all Sheriff of Mnhleaber eosaty Kentucky I will S
m K0 tatty Marsh Jut 1902 between 10 a ra and 4 pm at the Court
Hounc door in JreemYille MuMeaberff county Kentucky expose to Public SaleS
to the highest bidder for nail im hand the fallowing described property or so
much thereof KB may be necensary to satisfy the amttnt of taxes due and the
ecoi thereon to wit Taxes for 1901 except as noted
Taxpayer Ncnr Neighbor l ACH Lta Value IYrTTnx 1 Cost 1 Total 5
Souffi C rrol1tonf J >
Brown Thos A Will Jockery 42 250 OQl 1200 222 14aS
Emery Wesley Tom Slinker 36 125 413 175 588
Grundy Mrs F A Bill Grundy 85 515 oo 1383 233 iu 16
Leonard C M M J Hendricks 60 150 463 178 641
Noffsinger J HJacob Noffsinger 140 600 00 1660 250 1910
Richey S H J H Richey 22 fig 362 172 534
Wilkins Mrs Lucy D W Gross 30 225 456 177 633
Ellis M Miller 32 150 304 168 472
Colored
Hrackett Joseph Jas Peoples 4 50 261 166 427
Carbin CharlesS i 50 261 166 427
Drake EnochI 250 6 66 196 856
Shrewsberry Jerry Sally Purdy 5 I ioo b 62 172 534e
McConnell Peter t 150 463 776a4b
Control City
Adcock Jas Heirs Wm Fortney 50 5 ° ioz 156258
Allison John Agt Gco W Doss 100 600 1217 223 1440
for H F Duncan
forHFDuncanBarentine S
Barentine S J W L Dukes 60 180 523 I8J 704
Bean E L I35s 23 1 16 395S
Carter Mrs Mary E Wm Fortney 8 50 r02 i6 258
Cobb G D Sam Gisho 100 362 11 534
Cundiff J R Maggie Her 106 306 767 196 9 63
Culbcrtson J K Hillside Coal Co 40 idc 3 6z 172 54
Dcvinc Mrs Caroline Jas Stuart 100 150 304 i68 4475
Edwards L M 185 535 182 717 5
Gish Joseph i 75 312 168 48o
Greenwood W H Agt for Hinant Wheeldon
Robt Casebicr 130 406 811 199 1010
Hmahan John i 400 970 208 1178
Hocker Mrs Fannie i 300 608 186 794
Holland D B Robt Humphrey 70 500 550 183 733
Hubbard J Ma 1 200 565 184 749 S
Humphrey Mrs PT R E riUmphrey 23 v sS < Si i53 20 4
JacksontMrs Caroline H Jonson 1 40 81 155 236
Jenkins Mrs J L S i 300 608 186 794
Lam W A i 150 n 463 178 641
Martin Wm Jas Browningo 2i6i 166 427
Riggs T L Agt John Brown 60 300 608 186 794
Rosson Mrs M U i 206 061 959 208 1167
Rule S E J L Ham 100 300 767 196 963
Sharp C S Ed Howerton too 200 1277 4 227 1504 t
Simpson Mrs ML S J 200 N 406 174 580
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Smith E HS i e5 aio 163 373
Smith Michael M A Fogul 30 100 362 172 534
Stobaugh J A J E DaUeyAS 100 362 172 534 5
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Tuck J A > 300001 3158 219 1477
Watkins LA Will Henry 56 125 435 166iII i
Wood J D S i 306 767 196 963
Whitehouse Mary Dan Whitehouse 581 225001 1046 > 213 1 59J
D H Will McElvainc 145 72iooi 3674 370 4044
Coloredr
Duncan Frank x 150 463 178 641 5
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Martin Charley 2 zoo 565 184 749
Robertson Mrs Lmmlyi00 303 156 3 59
Paradise
Ashby DT k i v To 229 164 49l
Brewer Mers JW Miller 95 W > S ii I 99 lo i >
f Ff1 t BrackcttocBarwttJoo w 500 117 + z1J9f t
Draper jRoht Ic JjLnigli ibo joi 4r
GreCl1 od 4 b R w u a < rlr
Heitsley C Ir David tascbr h ri I 99 5 = 65 I 749 > 1
Hill Mrs Elizabeth Sam Knight 230sf 4OO 6 1 6 ni 7 8o3
Jcrnigan W H We Har i gprOO 40 40 1 64 4 O4 4
Knight Mrs Mary A J H Knights 50 t 102 156 258 bp
Mallory R H Nick Covingtonifo v v 4O 240 164 404
ONcil Mrs Miller r 2 i 400 8mi 199 1010 <
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Smith C J J H Smith 78 r 250 667 190857
Sumner M A Dave Robinson 25 50 261 166 427 4
Thompson Wm Jno Tipton 37 iJ4 391 173 564 <
I Richard J W Smith 19 325 806 198 104
Tipton WJ Jno Tipton 58 500 1347 Z31 1578
156359Whitson 5
Whitson J A Bob Baker 9 30 220 162 32
Wood J J Mrs Revclett 261 918 2233 2S4 2517
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Cross Lige i 15 ° 304 i68 47 S I
Smith Mrs Matilda J W Miller 75 zoo I 365 S
Stray Lint
Frazier E C Paradise 35 200 406 Ij4 80
Shutt E C Agt C K Sweat i 250 304 16S 4i2 r
Brewer J M i 100 203 162 365 k
Supervisors L18 t
Groves Ann Ben Jones 150 304 I6S 47
Lam Mrs S E 4 930 1885 62 2I47
Mitchell Dan H Johnson 8 ou 21 169 i90
Mulholland Virgil C W Brooks 50 200 406 174 580
Boggess Mrs Aggie Cotz Go 122 157 279 5
Mann H B N B KingsleyI 200 565 184 749
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Walton W T H B Mann 9 200 f65 184 749
Karncs Mrs Viola Sister
t E L Davenport 105 400 8mi h99 1010
France Robt Jess Humphrey 26 150 99o5 J80 G085
Court Housc 5
Campbell Wilson Col 8901 1605 216 1849
Drake Jas F J R Elkins 156 6po 1376 233 1609
BOKKe88 5
Dempsey S M 1 150 463 178 641
Ditto Frank Dave Grundy 23 135 274 166 440
Humphrey I W i 500 1014 2l ° 1224
Mercer James Geo McDonald 48 160 483 179 662
Summera Stroy LImt
Mercer A G 35 5 298 00 961 208 1169
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Directors W A Wickliffe Lewis Reno T H Martin Rufusk
Martin J R Martin Edgar D Martin Geo W Martin
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