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, BRODHEAD
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Mr. B. Philips was in town Sunday
night.
Mr. Bob Collyer was inx town
Saturday night.
Mr. H. L. Tate was in town
Saturday night.
Mr. B.'J. Bethurutn spoke here
Saturday night.
Rev. Stinnet will move to this
place iu the near future.
Miss Clyde Cass was in Mt Vernon
Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. Cossie Sutton, of Mt. Vernon,
was in town again Sunday.,
Mrs. Clark and Miss Nola
was at Crab Orchard Monday
last.
Mr. Walter Owens paid Mr.
Granville Owens a. short visit Sunday.
Mrs. Elmer Houk, of Maretburg,
was visiting Mrs. R. S. Martin, last
week.
'Mrs Rigsby, of Prcachersville,
was visiting Rev. Holtzclaw, last
Sunday.
Miss Aurilla Livingston, of Crab
Orchard, gave Brodhead a pleasant
visit last week.
Miss Altie Owens, of Sayers'
neighborhood, was in town Saturday
and Sunday.
Miss Sadie Martin, the belle of
Maretburg, was in town from Friday
till Sunday.
Miss Myrtle Wells, of Crab Orchard,
is visiting Miss Jewel Francisco,
this week.
Mr. Henry Wftlls, of Crab
is visiting his father-in-law,
MYl F. Francisco.
Mrs. Conn, of Mt. Vernon, who
"Jhas bteu visiting Mrs. J. T. Cherry,
returned home Monday.
Miss Helen Thurmond entertained
quite a number of her
friends Friday night last.
Mr. Burdett McKeuzie, Eugetie
Mullins and Den McClure, of Mt.
Veruon, were iu town Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Frith gave a
social Tuesday night, all spent a.
very pleasant and enjoyable evening.
A most profitable and pleasant
meeting closed at the Christian
church, Sunday night, with twenty-two
additions.
A difficulty arose between H. H.
Reynolds and Green iToving, of
this place Tuesday, but was soon
settled by our marshal, W. A.
Tyree.
The November town election
1901, resulted in' the choice of
Granville Oweus for Police Judge.
J. E. WalJen for City Marshal of
this place.
m. .. .. .
' Grrat Luck Op An Editor.
"For two years all efforts to cure
Eczema'in the palms of my Muds
failed,,' writes Editor H. N. Lester,
of Syracuse, Kan., "then I was
wholly cured by Bucklen's Arnica
Salve." It's the world's best for
Eruptions, Sores and all skin diseases.
Only 25c at all Druggists.
The Post Office Department again
recommends an appropriation for
pneumatic tube service in the large
cities, although Congress refused it
at the last session.
That Throbbing Headache.
Would quickly leave you, if you
itsed Dr. King's New Life Pills.
Thousands of sufferers have proved
-their matchless merit for Sick and
Nervous Headaches. They make
pure blood and build up your health.
Only 25 cents, Money back if not
'cured. Sold by all Druggist.
Perhaps Mr. Roosevelt has heard
the story of the man who told
Nbab,when he'was refused admis
sion to the ark, that he didn't caier
'it was only -a shower, anyway,
Later, he. will be able to appreciate
vkt. .
Sheriff' land. aep
On the Fourth Monday in Nov.,
1901, I," or one of my deputies will
sell at the front door of the CourV
house in Mt. Vernon, the
tracts of land for taxes for 1900-1901:
100 acres listed in the name of
John Parker, nearest resident A.
Sams, tax aud cost 3 43
49 acres listed in the name of
Susie Paterson, nearest resident
Allen Mounce, tax aud cost 2 43
100 acres listed in the name of
Theo Pigg, nearest resident Elbert
Browning, tax and cost 5 57
20 acres listed in the name of
George Pointer, nearest resident
Jessie Pointer, tax and cost 2 87
1 town lot in Livingston, listed
in xthe tiEme of John C. Powell,
tax and cost 4 28
50 acres listed in the name of
W. H. Renner, nearest resident
G. W. Anderson, tax ann cost 3 90
134 acies listed in the name o
Si J. Robinson, nearest resident
John Huston, tax and cost 3 98
26 acres listed in the name of
J. W. Southard, nearest resident
Jane Cromer, tax-and cost 3 58
100 acres listed in the name of
Ben Thomas, nearest resident Wr
M. uwens, tax and cost 3 31
1 town lot in Livingston, listed'
in the name of 'A. J. Smith, tax
and edst V- v3 43
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. Cottengim, 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 iu the name of
Richard Sowder, noarest resident
J. B. Ramsey, tax and cost 3 90
65 acres listed iu the name of
Matilda nearest resident
J. S. Southards, tax and cost 3 82
30 aires 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
1 90 1, nearest resident Joe Doan
tax aud cost 5 17
222 acies listed in the name of
John W. Marler, nearest Jesident
J. L. Brown, tax and edst 56 12
ro acres listed in the name af J.
W. Miller, nearest resident Williams
Cox, tax and cost 11 82
17 acres listed in the name of
Sally Wiley, nearest resident B.
Bodkin, tax and cost 1 97
One town lot in Mt. Verjnon,
nearest resident Jim Taylor, tax
and cost 4 82
One town lot in Mt. Vernon nearest
resident Jam. I. White & Co.,
tax and cost 2 90
60 acres listed iu the name of
Mrs. L. B. Adams in Mt. Vernon
tax and cost 16 35
50 acres listed in the name of E.
T. Adams, nearest residont J. H.
Reynolds, tax and cost 2 93
160 acres listed in the name of
Sam McClure, nearest rasidet H. G.
Edwards, tax and cost 9 44
One town lot in Mt. Vernon,
nearest resident Mrs. Rosaline
tax arid cost 1 97
30 acres listed in the name of
Ashley Owens, nearest residsnt
William Owens? tax and cost 3 66
35 acros listed in the name of
William Pattent, nearest resident
Joe'Hansel, tax and cost 3 11
20 acres listed in the name of T.
M. Payne, nearest residet G. W.
Payne, tax and cost 2 '78
50 acres listed in tuename ot jas.
Arnold, nearest resident J. A Smith,
tax and cost 2 97
50 acres listed in the name of J.
C. Hays, nearest resident Win.
Nicely, tax and cost 3 43
00 acres listed in the name of
Alex Mink, nearest resident, A. J.
Norton, tax and cobt 5 28
50 acres listed in the name of J.
S. Moore, nearest resident J. W.
Woodall, tax and cost 3 43
75 acres listed in the name of Jim
Mize, nearest resident Nath
tax and cost , 4 35
oo acres listed in the name of
Jasper McGraw, nearest resident
Robert Nichols, tax and cost 8 59
20 acres listed in the name of H.
B. McKinney, nearest resident J
Hibhard. tax and cost 3 87
1 1 Acres listed iu the name of W.
T. Townsen, nearest resident Robtt
Morris, tax and cost 2 01
50 acres listed iu the name of
Sarah Mobley heirs, nearest resident
H. E. Northan, tax aud
cost 2 45
360 acres listed in the name of
Phil T. Allen, nearest resident
Jacob Sambrook, tax aud cost 14 88
7 acres listed in the hame of Thos
Argcnbright. nearest resident Lark
Chumley. tax and cost s 28
100 acres listed in the name of J.
G. Cummins, nearest resideut Jno.
Sawder, tax and cost 5 28
24 acres listed in the name of Sal-lie
Arnold, nearest resident Kate
Carpenter, tax and cost 2 43
100 acres listed- in the name of
Arnold aud Baker, nearest resident
Tom Stalworth, tax and cost 5 20
25 acres listed iu the name of J.
L. Ball, nearest resident Elic Helton,
tax and cost 3 90
50 acres listed in the name of
Elbert Browing, nearest resideut
Theo Pigg, tax and cost ' 3 43
2 town lots in Livingston, listed
in the name of De Bjyant, tax and
cost Z 7 98
5d,Wr'gsJ5iisted in the, name of
ThpsT QJprk, nearest resident Jas.
DutliaT&, tax and cost 2 43
fry,
i''fown lot in Livineston. listed
Irt the name of Martha Clancy, tax
and cost 1 97
25 acres listed in the name of
Tilda Collins, nearest resident S. P.
Griffin, tax and cost 1 97
50 acres listed iu the name of Jim
Collins, nearest resident Robert
Jewell, tax and cost 3 43
50 acres listed in the name of
Ed Cottin, nearest resident W. H.
Morris, tax and cost 3 90
157 acres listed in the name of
Winnie Chestnut, nearest resident
W. M. Fish, tax and cost 7 05
44 acres listed in the name of
Emly Daugherty, nearest resident
Jas. Mahaffey, takauiTco'sf "' 1 97
30 acres listed in the name of
Hardin Durham, nearest resident
Grant Loving, tax and cost 2 78
200 acres listed in the name of
Elkins heirs, nearest resident Jones
French, tax and cost 5 20
200 acres listed iu the name of
Mrs. , E. Griffin, nearest resident
'
George Pope, tax and cost 5 20
35 acres listed in the 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
1 town lot .in Livingston, listed
in the name of Mrs. M. J. Goodin,
tax and cost 10 75
100 acres listed in the name of
Hackney heirs, nearest resident Jas
C. McGuire, tax and cost 2 43
50 acres listed in the name of
Pauling Ingrain, nearest resident
Grant Loving, tax and cost 2 43
30 acres listed in the name of
John C. Johnson, nearest resident
Albert Griffin, tax and cost 4 35
75 acres listed in the name of
Ester Mason, nearest resident
Brush Creek, tax and cost 4 28
25 acres listed in the name of
W M. Mitacle, nearest resident J.
T. Durham, tax and cost 2 97
45 acres listed in the name of
Almda Metcalfe, nearest resident
Geo. Griffin, tax and cost 2 43
1 town lot in Livingston, listed
in the name of A. M. Miuk, tax and
cost 1 97
30 acres listed in the name of
W. A. Morris, nearest resident J. B;
Morns, tax and cost 3 43
75 acres listed iu 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 resideut
Sam Saras, tax and cost 6 20
200 acres- listed in the name of
Nathan McWhorter. nearest resident
Jones French, tax and cost 3 35
67 acres listed in the name of
W. M. Newcomb, nearest resident
Mary Mullins, tax and cost 3 29
100 acres listed in the name of
Sarah Owens, nearest resident S.
P. Griffiu, tax and cost 3 35
3 acres listed in the name of
John L. Owens, nearest resideut
Sol Griffin, tax and cost 1 97
1 town lot in Livingston, listed
iu trie naiiie of Steve Owens, tax
'
and cost 3 35
100 acres listed in the name of J.D.
McLemore,' 'nearest resident Wright
McLemore.'tax'and cost 3 35
',80 acrcs'lfstcd in the name of O.
M. Walleu, 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 aud cost 4 28
,?4o acres listed in the name of
Squire Newcomb, nearest resident
Noah Bishop, tax and cost 3 06
' 1 town 16t in Brodhead listed in
the name of John W. Newland, tax
atld cost 5 2S
32 acres listed in the name of
Mrs M. F. Owens, nearest resident
W. M. Crank, tax and cost 1 97
11 acres listed in the name ot
Amanda Owens, nea'rest 'resident
M. C. Tyree, tax 'and cost 2 20
50 acres listed in then ame of Geo.
Ed Painter, nearest resident J. F.
Harris, tax and cost 4 59
25 acres listed in the name of
R ley Ross, nearest resident Bub
R ss, tax and cost 2 97
' 25 acres listed in the name of J.
Rl Ross, nearest resident Bub
Ross, tax and cost 3 20
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. Isdn, nearest resident Granville
Leece, tax and cost 7 60
91 acres listed iu the name of
Ellen Linch, uearest resident Gum'
Sulphur, tax and cost 3 35
91 acres listed in the name of
Jack Leece, nearest resident J. B.
Bardes, tax and cost 5 75
42 acres listed in the name of J.
N. Lutes, nearest resident E. S.
Lutes.jtax and cost for 1900 and
1901 5 29
100 acres listed in the name of
Henry Maddox heirs, nearest resi:
dnt Jno Blanton, tax and cost 5 20
, 48 acres lifted in the name of
yjhu Roberts, nearest, rcsidehtiLqe
ftbms,"tsxanU cost 6 03
70 aeffis "listed in the name of J.
EK Singleton, nearest resident
Woods Leece, tax and cost 3 90
100 acres listed in the name of
W. L. Singleton, nearest resident
P. J. Hall, tax and cost 3 43
"15 acres listed in the name of
Jas. Spooi:amoore, nearest resident
Fount Harris, tax aud cost 3 57
76 acres listed in the name of F.
M. Thomas, uearest resident jas.
Mobley, tax and cost 3 20
96 acres listed in the name of
j. N. Thomas, nearest resident jas.
Mobley, tax and cost 3 75
100 acres listed in the name bf
W. R.' Cress, nearest resident S. E.
Cress, tax and cost 8 45
90 'acres listed in the name of D.
G. Cummins, Nearest resident Richard
Hays, tax and cost 4 82
93 "acres listed in the name of
Adam Cromer, nearest resident
Van Swearinger, tax and cost 3 43
93 acres listed in the name of
Wm.iDecker, .nearest resident A.
Cromer, tax and cost 3 37
75 acres listed in the name of
J. F.?Dyer, nearest resident Tho'sar
Bowmen, tax and cost 3 66
3 acres listed iu the name of
Gentry Evans, nearest resident V.
G. Eicely, tax and cost 3 43
400 acres listed in the name of
Eliza Gentry, nearest resident J.
H. Ramsey, tax and cost 6 13
75, acres listed in the name of
EU -Hall, nearest resident Car
Jax and cost 3 20
122'acres listed in the name of
Elizabeth Harper, nearest resident
M. Sowder, tax and cost 5 97
40 feres listed in the name of
Lucitfda Adams, nearest resident
W. Hi. Reed, tax and cost 3 43
25cres listed in the name of J.
P. Barron, nearest resident W. A.
RenntJr, tax and cost 2 97
100 acres listed in the name of
Eldridge Bullock, nearest rcsidnt J.
W. Bullock, tax and cost 352
50 acres listed iu 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 reeident Richard
Modre, tax and cost.
1 nacres lisieu in wie name ui
EnqS Boone, nearest resident W.
R. Boone, tax and cost 3 43
50 acres listed in the name of
C. ,13. Carr, nearest resindeut E.
Hall, tax and cost 3 43
1 ! i!....i :.. 4i. ...,... r
' 2i; acre? ii&iku 111 uic name ui
Jofiri nearest resideut
Tom Gentry, lax and 'cost 3 43
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VOLUME XV. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY.frttLDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1901. jKUMBEK 7
'TELL MY FRIENDS TO BE BRAVE AND FEARLESS AND LOYAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE.'
THE MM OF MT. VERNON.
MT. VeRNON, KY-
OPENED 1900.
CAPITAL STOCK,
C C. WILLIAMS, Pr&s.
W. L. RICHARDS, "Cashier,
Fiitz
DIRECTORS. Jonas McKenzie. Geo. Livesay. A. T. Fish,
Krueger, -Rod Perry, Vincent Boreing, J. E. Houk.
-We solicit accounts of firms and individuals.
tint"! 1i mxiry rrAmrrwm AtifriicfuI ts - t
wu ahj vv.u V.UUUWV1WUJ MLiujuu j
Our friends and patrons arc
First
OF STANFORD, KY.
Capital Stock, 5100,000. Surplus, $180,40.76
DIRECTORS: '
J W. Hayden, W, P. Walton, J. H. Collier, M. D. Elmoro
0. Hied, T. P. Hill, S. H. -Baughman, W. A. Triple,,
M. J. 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 .
ness intrusted to us. Personal application and correspond- t.
ence, with a view to busiuess relations, invited. . (
J S. HOCKER, Pres., JNO. J. McROBERTS, Cas'h'ier.
A. A. McKINNEY. Ass't Cashier.
DAN NIK OWENS
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UNDERTAKER
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Caskets, Coffins, Robes Etc.
Kept in Stock. Orders by Mail,
Promptly
BRODHEAD,
8ytnilW'VTTItMlliaL!lIliMMOTga5,tC5.'jaEaB
WILLIS
Practical
and
Mt.
Stock Complete iurnish FINE
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'Telegraph or Telephone
filled.
KEN TUCK St
GRIFFIN
Undertlcer
FUNERAL DIRECTOR.
Vernon, Ky.
HEAUSE Attached,
Metalic Caskets and
Embalming done on short notice.
Come and see me, anything I have not got can get foT you on
1 ll 1 c at the city.
OR DERS by wire Promptly Filled,
ASTHMA
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have "
first
CURE FREE!
ASTHMALENEBRINGSINSTANT RELIEF
And Permanent Cure in AllCaBes.
SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL.
"PHERE is nothing like Asthmalcne. It brings in-
CHAINED
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YEARS when all else Ails.
The Rkv. C.F.
"Vnnr trinl brittle
condition. I cannot
the cood derived
with putrid sore
I despaired of ever
tjsement for the
tmrr?aMM disease, asthma,
IVH yourselves, but
astonishment, the
even in the worst cases. It cures
Wrlls, of Villa Ridge, 111., says:
of Asthnialene received in nood
tell you how thankful I feel for 3 '
from it. I was a slavf, chained
throat and asthma for ten years.
being cured. I saw your
me a lull-size bottle."
TrR wfnii to send to everv sufferer a trial treatment of ASTHMA-
W l.KNR. similar to the one
cure of this dreadful and tormenting
and thought you had overspoken
resolved to give it a trial. To my
trial acted like a charm. Send
that cured Mr Wells. We'll send
ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHARGE, to
it. even on a postal. Never mind.
bad your case, ASTHMALENE
your case, the more glad we are to
at1 once, addressinc DR. TAFT
East 130th St., N, Y. City. ASrSoid
it by mail POSTPAID,
any Milfenr who will wtite for
thouL'h ou are dcsnairinc. however
will relieve ond cure. The worse
onH s Tin not delav. Write
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hv all Drutrsists
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A. B. FURNISH, Asst. Cask.
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iuvited to call when in town.
National Bank.
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