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Todd has moved to 5 Mrs.. HI ATT Fiidfc TliK noon i'AiRii-a- . j Seventh Annual Commencement OFT hi-- : Mt. Vernon Collegiate h.'' .v - Lela May Lovell, Sadie Richards, Margarite Fish, Lena McClutc, Kitty Poynter, Allie Houk, Annie Davis, Annie Coffey, Hulah Smith, Cora Grifiin. KVIL I'AIRIUS Institute. u Bessie Sparks, Mary Houk. Mullins, Hamie Estes, Hermes Hes-si- e Laiiflrum, Argie Townvend Jenu.e JLtlVl.T n-,.- .; Tk"nmi,." Vl jJll.l I IH- - J" were a.. ll Gospd, of Indiferentism, which na May would lake God from His Throne, Lovell. and break down all destinction trr.th and error; gooo and evil; love of God and love of self, Heaven and Hell. The Gospel of Spiritism the practice of lecrom-sMicdeming theofTice of the Holy Ghost, to lead unto all truth and s ening to apparitions made up by some hair brained medium These are not i he Gospel of Christ. They will lead to eternal shame. The Gospel nf Christ alone has in it the power and it alone will lead to Uernal glory." The quartet. Misses Cox and Letcher, and Eugene Mulluii and Claud Cox, sang. ' Gently Lord, OGentlv Lead Us," after which the benediction was y 1 Miller ard Margarite icci ned x tim a & mJM mwm i RKV. A. E. EWERS. I'jilNCH'AI., Never has the school, during the seven years of its existence, made such rapid progress, as it has since it has been under the present man agement. The average attendance for the last two yearn, has almost doubled that of any former years, while the general satisfaction given, alike, both to pupils att.l palro-ihas been far superior. s cxmm BXZS&3 j WILLIAM H. KRUEGER. There probably has never been a boy gone through the Institute, who has worked harder and made a more rapid improvement, than liasjoungMr. Krueger. In the debating society, his efforts have been very encouraging indeed. He will t nt,er Ci"tral University this! tall ground. R. M. Johnson was home from Richmond last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Jordan were in Berea last Saturda'. Mrs. Palina Shockley was here from Berea last Sunday. Miss Alice Barclay is here thie week from Richmond. R. E. Moye, the Scaffold Cane merchant, was here Sunday. J. II. Sigman is an expert bee man, but he is a better honey man. Mrs. Frank Jones, of Scaffold Cane, was in Berea Monday shop-- I JAMES G. PENNINGTON. Png- Who is recognized as one of the Miss Bertha Shockley, of Berea, best students in the classand finish- - was visiting relatives here last eu tuurse a year earner, man inei , . other memoes. He will go to H. S. Wilhelm, of Lexington, Louisville Medical College and take was here first of week taking up a course. lumber. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lambert were Thesrcneral average, and class standing of the graduates is as f0, - the quests of Mr. I. M. Reynolds, last baturday. lows: Yijar. Fur.L Coursk. Messrs. Win. and H. H. Wood Shnior Lee Chestnut made P. S. Callahan a pleasant 95 95 Ernest Ewers Cjan last Sunday. 96 93 mirciette houk 94 Mr. and Mrs. E. Hill, of Scaf win. 92 92 fold Cane, were visiting relatives Pennington 93 Jas. 92 Anna Thompson 95 near Berea last Sunday. 94 PRIZE WINNERS. Robt. Linville and family, of Grkathst Imi'rovhmknt Prizk. Scaffold Cane, called on James Lin Ciias. Scott. rille and family last Sunday. Rkc.ui.au Attkndancb. G. T. Johnson and family, of Flojd Miller, Robert H. Miller, Wildie, were the guest of Mr. and Chas Scott, Anna Thompson, Wai- Mrs. J. H. Sigmiiii last Sunday. ter Miller, Jennie Davis. Mr. and Mrs. 'win. Hayes, of pic-ni- the c Ann Jseutfi is on the list. I j I , Mrs. Henry Parkeson iis irarvov-in- g slowly. Luthuir Mullins, of lit. Vernon,, was here Tuesday. A. C. Kiatt was in Mt. Vernou Tuesday on business. Mrs. G. M. Fish is seriously ili with inflamitory rheumatisnu Mrs. Mitch Delany is dangerously ill with .dropsy of the heart. Messrs W. J. Chestnut and Harry Chastine attended church at Wildie Sunday. Eugene Adams jukJ family have returned from Winchester after a weeks stay. Misses Ida and Annie farkersou was the guest of Lumjic and Cievie Iliatt Sunday. G. S. Iliatt has t'ttGt returned, from a flying trip to see his Preach- erville widow. Messrs H'JIHfcr . and Albert J Iliatt mar. Saturday Mesdam Brodhea, q-- - BfU.K. iTKDY.- -, Wednesday night, the Junior a comedy, "The Wild Man from Borneo" in thrae acts: begun, with the preaching of the Borneo B. Binns--Tropical Bliz- Haccalaure 'te sermon in the Co.ard frqnv the South Stas, Jntnes llege chapel Sunday morning, by Pennigton, who is very w :althj , M ISS ANNA E. THOMPSON. the Rev. V. A. Iseuheart. of RichSAI.l'TATORIAN, and gavcf a .monthly allo.vauce to mond. The ohoir composed of Fied Binn,- his down trodden Misses Dove B. Letcher, and Mary Is an exceedingly beautiful, bright nephey (Cosse Sutton,) who had D. Cox, and Messrs Eugen Mullins, and attractive young lady, and her "Out of Tune," was well marrie, Olivo," a beautiful county Claud Cox and others Sang ouejoraUo" Stanza of "Praise God from whom written, nicely delivered and greatly aU Blessings flow," after which. enjoyed. "I j y Lee Chestnut. "HrWildieT', passed- - through- - here" to Berea last Sunday to spend the day The closing exercises, of the Mt. Vernon Collegiate Institute were Latin Study. H. Burdette Houk ! A 4mmMwmMmm$mM!M vies I f ' ' 'Mwam iAxm:i$jfi.ZEuiww " ldKmfiULivlM1&'. sf ftfml - tm. 4 , 11. " r ?f li" W f?Ti 2i - iAM4A) ,1 fiAjrtrai rst",Si ' 15 VZ T A1 i " L m .... tb5& Cev. A. E. Ewers offered a very short and impressive prayer. Song, "Consecration was sung. The read, was Paul's scriptural lesson first letter lu the Romans and first chapter, the 16th verse of the same chapter; "For I am not ashamed of the gosp-i- of Christ; lor it is the power of God unto salvation to every one that beliveth; to the Jew first, and also to the Greek" was chosen for a text. The Ricumoud Theologian spoke in part as follows: "This is the best Paul could say about the Gospel of Christ; he could say it of nothing else; there were other Gospels, but lor them he blushed with shame. Everywhere Paul preached, he met the Gospel of the Greeks. Uheir preaching was a Gospel of Sentiment; the love of the beautiful, which found expression in temple, picture and statue; the civilization built upon their Gospel crumbled into ruin." ' There was also the Gospel of the Romans. A Gospel of law. As Paul viewed the life buiL upon this Gospel he blushed for shame of it. lie found Roman society rotten to the core. These Gospels are still preached, but the failure ot Rome and Greece ought to make u (realize, a civilization built upon .any other Gospel but the Gospel of Christ, is doomed to fail." "There are other Gospels preached today., , of which, we ought to he ashamed, the Gospel qf Christian science, that all pain is a delusion. To he all mind so as not to mind anything anywhere but have a mind like the lobster, which has The Gospel of Senti110 mind. mentality, that children are little angles; to allow a child to fellow its impulses, thus allowing it natural development, assuring just that character God iuteuded for each particular one. The Gospel, of Dowieisiu. which is but food for tlw gulls. The Gospel of agnosticism1 a knownothingisin, which wou'd iead to intellectual suicide. The l Tuesday night ca'ie the Primary entertainment, the first of which, rlioriis snni" bv some twentv ir,g A marchin r five of lhir song. "Our Heroes," by the bojs came next and each one performed his task well. Those who took part wete: Robert, Floyd, Ray, Scott and Louis Miller. Miller McCoy, Jake Williams, Sam Prewitt, George and Russel Proctor, Jce Jammie and Rob McKenzie, Fred Ben Griffin, Thompson, Baker, Elzie Coffey, Charley Estes, Logan Taylor and Charley Prewitt, color bearer vvns n ; feiMP'-v- - JiiHliiH , j EWERS. - CONTINUUD ON 2ND. PAGE. only son of Dr. and Mrs. The Ewers, is one of the youngest WABD members of the class. He will leaves next week for Louisvil.'e to Mrs. Matilda Cummins is very rake a course in the Bryant & Strat ill. v ton Business College. J. M. Norton is at Jellico pealfTF ' V iwsgapm U . xriiln.zXw. girl (Miss iVIae Magee) byt had to ing bark. KjtSJ j.t.iB! Tom Moore and Willie Wallen keep it a secret from his Uncle in were in Pulaski Sunday. IK; 4mms order to continue to get his month JJrjiiiHfi ly allowance. Capl. Lefton Wright, M. C. Sowder returned from ( Eugene Mullins) Late of the Wooldridge, Tenn. Sunday. mmxGSL T. T. Hayes has been very sick Philippine Army, to help his old friend, Fred, out of trouble tells but slightly improved at this lime. w Borneo, that Fred's wife is his wife, 'B II. Cummins, who has been vvhich causes trouble with his lover sick for some time continues to grow Lizzie D.iyton ( Miss Annie Thomp- worse. son, but fiunally Peter, (Claud jRev. Smith filled his regulor Cox) the sleepy servant, tells it all, appointment at Freedom church LUIv CHESTNUT, VAU5DICTOKIAN. how the scheme was worked, and .Sunday. the blizzard soon ends and all are Mr. Ch 'stunt is one of 1. U. Walle" will iro on the road the wild fL-:.- . (V.. . v o Afn.-:.- . nicest and most energetic happy. Jake Gentry, ilgttll HWAl ...ni. IUI- l.. v.). itltllllll. young men. and the honor won, in ni.m of Borneo, looked all that he .His sister, Miss Sarah, will have being he valed'ctorian of hi class, was supposed to be. charge of the store during his - a deserving compliment. alTsence. If the administration is looking S.ulit-- Ilic'fird.'s rendition ot "A for a Senatorial hangman it has one Iii platform declarations against n m" was excellent busv We Tin in Fred Fuiiston who would take trusts the republicans are quiet and lii't. a Ciiitat.!. "A Ky,'r.V. of pleasiue in the job. niptionless M , fe mbatif?.fBBm m .ifism wlB mm w ft Mwmm ERNEST H, BURDETTE HOUK. Who won the prize, which was a gold medal, for having made the best general overage in Latin for the year. Young Mr. Houk will probably either go to Central Danville, this fall, or to Louisville to take a business course. Uni-ersity, with relatives. U. S. Berry is the leading farmer in this part, lit having added a new disk harrow to his already long list of farming implements. The rain last Monday and Tuesday did lots of damage in this part, by causing the buds to burst and the grass to turn green. D. C. Pullins found a bee tree and cut it Monday.He showed the boys how to handle bees so as not to interfere with their business etid. W. S. Beldon has prepared himself for letter writing, so when you are in need of a charming note dropped to your girl, give Mr. Beldon a call. Last Sunday aboul noon fire was, set out by some unknown person near the forks of the road, just north of here. The wind was blowing a swift gale and in a few minutes after it was discovered, it had reached to top of the ridge, a distance of a quarter of a mile. By many active workers the fire was under controle, with the loss of fire hundred tobacco sticks belonging to Mr. D. C. Pullins, and one hundred tails belonging to M. R, Jones. 'lh here Tuecciai Bi a tisumg tour. Servic by Rev. Felps at Grove Sunday last result x additions to the church Rupert Menifee and family have returned from Parker Cty , Ind., where they have been for some months. Mrs. Mary Rowland formerly of thi.s place but now located at Lexington was married to Mr. Clevi-lanof that place last week. Mr. McWhorter, of Wallaceton, passed through here Tuesday with a nice bunch of hogs purchased from Henry Catron and others. Frank Adams paid Hiatt a pleasant call Tuesday, Frank is a hustling farmer and being so industrious we seldom see his face In this place. m jjWcl JK l'p to Willie. nday. A Tate, of ji - d, REVEALS A GREAT SECRET. It is often asked how such startling cures, that puzzle the best physicians, are effected by Dr. King's New Discovery for Here's the secret. It cuts out the phlegm and germ-in- fected mucus, and lets the life-gi- v ing cxygen enrich and vitalize the blood It heals the inflamed, cough worn throat and lungs. Hard colds and stubborn coughs soon yield to Dr. King's New Discovery, the most infallible remedy for all Throat and Lung diseases. Guaranteed bottles 50c and $1.00. Trial bottles free at all druggists. Con-stimpto- n. Gum Sulphur 0 The prospects for good gardens first-class. . f are HOLDS UP A CONGRESSMAN. Aunt Martha Payne, sister of "At the end of the campaign," uncle N. D. Wilmott, is very feewrites Champ Clark, Missouri's ble. brilliant congressman, "from over- A irood audience was urest-nwork, nervous tension, loss of sleep Saturday night to hear Bro. Liv- t IIKI (.UMillll J utterly coll ipscd. It seemed that all the organs in my body were out of ordor, but three bottles of lilectric Bitters made me all right. It's the medicine ever sold best over a druggist's' counter." Over men and weak, worked, sickly women gain splendid health and vitality from Electric Bitters. Try them. Only 50c. Guaranteed all-aro- und :pllIUg i. IIUU It'JUlll ltlgStOll. Rock-castle- Sunday school every Sunday at 9:30 a. m. Parents come and bring your children. A son of fi. W. Baker writes from Missouri, that he has lost one of his children and another not expected to lve. A fine mare was taken from the stable of E. W. Baker Saturday, but was found next day. Such Uv nil flnmnriMs. "' innlotnrc clirtul1 la 1iit4Y '1st It i just possible that Secretary aml . 8,ven the fl,n be!,efit of the Shaw wis mistaken when he said lawthat the sentiment of the peonle of this country favored a centralized A number of our citizens, in- governnient. We do not believe ciutling ijro Stinnett went fishing a , that the republicans who have for few cays ago. One of our party forty years been centralizing the . soon caught a large eel, and had ,, government represent the ot been for Bro Stinnett,.we prob-it U. real sentiment if a majority of the ably would have never known what we had. pi'tp'e. run-dow- n - '. MAY Un-Hnnlli'il FINEIRON STONE CHINA WARE. Ttvis :md Saucers, Saiu-uVS- . Buyers. Flyers FOR BUSY FURNITURE. J fttoeni tvt..t MW 1WW)W q.p! JULmtU. UK 4. Handled Tea ('ups and Fancy Hinbossed Teas, Small Dates, Lare Plates, Class Tumblers, OUR BUSINeSS Y. l.SrJSott. BIG STOCK f Newest tilings in CAR LOAD f "11 KINDS OF FURNITURE. '"(' " Lacliess, iVIisses and Cliildrens " 'Wc mmed Hats at 50c 75c. 85c. 90c. BEDS $1.90, $2 00 $2,25 TO $5.00 " 3o $1.00 find up Bedroom Suits $12 00, $lo.00 and up. 3or " CAN SAVE you 50 per cent, on all your Best Double Chairs at 4oM:s Each. " Purchases in Ladies Hats OUR FRICeS T6LL WHY! IS BOOMING! M I L L I N E R B it n tftf-T- ri f")- - Cane-botto- m THE MOST SUCCESSFUL! THE MOST RELIABLE! THE MOST POPULAR 1 VSM l3 ssa vs:udSAc1'itfl xAviijfi-tir- STORE IN ROCKCASTLE! tMt. Same Efands For Less money, More Goods For Same money. jiwhwIi COMMENCEMENT C.bNTnUKI 1'ROM 1ST. PACK. A large and appreciative audience was present last night, to witness the last of the commencement ex- TRY OUR CLOTHING 'l:mssTnJ:1 will do you goml. And vou can keep the Change, for thei be Plenty of CHANGE TO " 11 irt"!1& - w, i Wfttai KEEP. 1 M'tVernon Signal; i . - birthday banquet, but those before Dr. Wade Graves, the patent him spoke so long there wasn't " Published every Friday by medicine man of our town, has laid time. in a new supply. EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. At any rate, the administration is Rev. TameiS liarni failed to 311 not now dis puting that Filipinos his appointment at Mt Pisgah Su'u-da$I.OO '.SUBSCRIPTION ONU YRAK have been cruelly and inhumanly owing to illufess. treated by American soldiers. Uncle Lige Childers, our Advertising rates made known on About the- time the people vote it has done but little good 'out of power it will probably cease '" application ,to dispute the utter failure of its this spring. He du all last week ' re ifiiirtire Philippine policy. and found no fish btvit. The dry Jh Hi JIKXXlNOKI!, weather has cut hite sort? of his It Will be month" before it can Of' S'r'Jm ronjily is n piindidntt Uirr JTnte Treustirer, stiUjiVt U the nrtliWi oSf tile be known whether the administra game. Democratic party tion is fighting or bluffing the Beef Rev. H. T. Williams failed to Trust, in the Federal courts, but fill his regular appoinftnent at the democrats in Congress have CHIPS." "OLD asked the republicans to join with Blue Springs Snndity. Rev. Mel- -' them in bringing the trust to its vin Walleu conducted the services ditor.) (S knees at ouce, by repealing the and asked the gbod' people to or-- " ' ing Irish duty on imported meat. Kugl gauize ka Sunday school at this purse, the editors place. REPAIRED ELEPHANT'S he King. are' Irish What is the use to say, a fslldw TAIL. (Jtiuan Clever Work of Cincinnati Surgeon ought not to marry until he is about Rcpubl be of the reciprocity forty, and .if he would not marry at Avoids Amputation. Sknock-down- variety. all it would be better for him; after One of The Senate cowJPrree on Cuba ery ever the neatest cases of surg- he has kept company with most of attempted was satisfacis tryiug to find out who owns the torily accomplished the other day the fair sex of his country and 'present stock of raw sugar in Cuba. by Dr. M. E. Carter, a graduate of boldly attempted the same feat with "Boss Haniia is finding that com the Paris College of Medicine, and the remainder? Nona. also a graduate of a famous veteriLee Roy Barns, in burning off mittee of coal miners harder to nary school in France. his new ground on the and., let llamlle tha- - ihc whole republican Recently, King, the famous diving elephant, which had the nre get out, which burned about jiarty. ft?c- .'' Secretary Root and riftirrper been imported recently from Ger- 500 paunels of fence for Wash many by the Sells & Downs Show, Clure and sorAe for John (yake) fteeves left Havana' at tlVtT s'ariV Seriously mashed his tail. Barns. On the day following J. time for the U. S., but not dti' the The massive doorsof the elephant car arci frequently oiled to allow of W. Kirby was guilty of the same same boat. v their Jaiily opyning and closing. offense, but he so mercifully de. Senator elect Gorman lite liberi Without and warning the other plored the aid of Providence, dnd ' Invited to deliver the comnvence- night when the show was loading by the help of his friends-,- , the fire ijient address at Krkskiiitt College, the elephant cat1 was struck by a was stopped before much damhge K portion of thfe circus train. King's Due West, S. C. was done. tail Vns caught by the 'Senator Carmack's picturV of the concussion closed door when it. and the Land, Stock and Crop "Tedtly" and "Frexldy" va:fa gem poor animal's appendage was hor' o of its kind, even if it didn't please ribly bruised for about five inches. AmputuUon was thought necessary, our replVbliWn friends. The Winchester Democrat reand the services of the Cincinnati ports the following sales: 10 steers, Kansas is bound to have a hot surgeon were imperative. In the has to meantime King allowed the wound- wt. 1,000 Iks., $dj each? 2 short I 'time occasionally, if a town be burned to make it. Herkimer ed member to be bandaged and yearling steers, $20;- - 2 good steer ' silently went through his perform calves, $21; fat heifer, 910 lbs., $44.-5furnished the last hot time. ance iiL'til the arrival of the doctor. fat heifer. 845 lbs., $42; fat heifer King Kddy is returning to his The fractured tail was soon repair- 650 lbs., $29; 11 fat hogs I70 Us., f old habits. He visited a London ed and I he knife was not used. Music Hall the other night. He'll Kiiicr still munches his hav and $6 424 per hundred; corn in crib, receives small invoices of peanuts 83 to $3 1 1 per barrel, 3 tons tim be opening a little game next. from the boys and girls and acts up othy hay, $7 per ton. Ferming Mr. Roosevelt muzzled Fred with great pleasure at the regular implements brought fair prices, Funston too late to save him from performances. The celebrated herd ' B. F. banders & Bro. , bought of the most severe castigation ever of which Kingis the leader, will Fred Forsythe and Kitt Chinn 209 given au army officer on the floor be seen with the great Sells & Downs Show at Stanford Monday 180 pound hogs at 5 cents. of the Senate. j May fc. Harrodsburg Herald. liven after Mr. Bryan has said C. R. Martin sold 50 barrels of that under no circumstances wodld WOtfLD'WIDIi REPUTATION. corn to D. N. Prewitt at $50 in ,ife again be a Presidential caudft-- " White's Cream Vermifuge has D. N. Prewitt bought dare abuse of him continues in achieved a world wide reputation the crib a car load of fat hogs around Stancertain Quarters. as being the best of all worm deford this week at from $5 25 to $6 . Officials of the German steamship stroyers, aud for its tonic influence per hundred. He shipped them to I fnes are trying to make tlvti Ger- on weak and unthrifty children, as Cincinnati. Danville Advocate. mans believe that t'hey took J. it naturalises the acidity or sour"'Pierpont Morgan in, instead' 6f g ness of he Moma':h, improves their J. E. Boardman has purchased taken in by him. digestion, aud assimilation of food, 2.500 fleeces of wool this wec"k. paying 17 cents J. E. Boa?rdrnan Mr. Roosevelt says the Senate ftrcngtheis their nervous system sold to Mclutyre & McClhitoc'k, of must act before acljburiVment on the and restores them to health, vigor 'isthmian canal; Senator HaAYia says and elasticity of spirits natural to Millersburg, 5 head of 800 pound cattle at $4 65. Paris Kentuckian. there must be no action. Which of childhood. Price 25c. at all drugA. G. & J. M. Craig bought of them has the most pull witfh the gists. S. H. Martin a pair of 2 year old Senate? CURES WHEN DOCTORS FAIL mules for $105. Secretary Shaw mustHrave jbrred Mrs. Frank Chiassou, Patteru For Sale. Two good milch the nerves of a great big- bunch of son, La., writes June 3th, 1901: cows and youug calves. Price carphiff hypocrils when he declared "I had ti)alana fever in very bad that it was' commercial selfishness form; was under treatment by reasonable. Mrs. Emzaheth Lawrkncu, that caused us to go to war with doctors, but .Is soon as I stopped May 2 3L Level Green Ky Spain over Cuba taking their medicine the fever That many Cubans think the would return. I used a sample STAND LIKE A STONE WALL principal reason for allowing a gov- bottle of Heibine, found it helped Between your children aud the is that it may be me. ernment to exist Then bought two bottles, tortures of itching and burning looted is shown by the claim for which completely cured me. I feel eczema, scald head or other skin pay lor service in the revolutionary grateful to you for furnishing such diseases. How? why, by using army of 70,000 men. Had the a splendid medicine, and can hon- Bucklen's Arnica Salve, earth's revolutionary army at ny time estly recommend it to those suffer- greatest healer. Quickest cure for been, halt that big it could have ing from malaria, as it will surely Ulcers, Fever Sores, Salt Rheum. . swept every Spaniard off the island cure them." Herbine, 50c. bottle Cuts, Burns or Bruises. Infallible ' vithcut any assistance from us. for Piles. 25c at all druggists. at all druggists y. FrAJIVt?, Ma j , 1902. ostniaster General Payne has a HANSFORD eech on "The Men of our Times" left on his hands. It was prepared Dud McClure is no better at this for delivery at the Pittsburg Grant writing. MONEY GOES At the Store of FURTHeR - lead-fisherma- n, , Jm nrc 1 Jtfhlf cujjBut ercises. Each of the graduates acquitted themselves not only in a way that reflects credit upon themselves, but also upon the install' tion of learning from which they go forth. Dr. W. C. Roberts, President of the Central University, delivered1 address, class the and nothing only sonibthing good could fall from hi's lips. In the absence of C. C. Williams, President of the Board of trustees, the diplomas were presented by Judge R. G. Williams, who is' also a rttember of the board. Rev. A. E. Ewers presented the prizes, a list of which and to whom given, will be found in another column, after which he made a few remarks as to what the progress of the school for the past year had been, aud what he hojSbc? to make it in the future, and with the one announcement, that school would open the first Monday in September, Dr. Roberts recdived'the benediction and the school was closed. KRUEGER&SONS. Mt. Veffflon, Ky. THAN ANY OTHER STORE, in worn stull on hands. TIp'7 J--'1 TZ - v "0s r - CASTLE, ROCK- Pie6'e of goods in our house is New No shop and up TO-DATE. NEEDEDbytho "PT7pV7tll found ' y Llllllj, pic can ' VVc'are not killing competition, for tPiat is in our big Store. the "Life )e of Trade' is in 011 ' ID INE 0FupGENEllALandMERCHANDISEa miss "G" J II awaysave money, if you willvisit our great opportunity CM to fail to WHAT THIN FOLKS' N&ED Is a greater power of digesting and assimilating food. For them Dr. King's New Life Pills work wonders. They toue and regulate the digestive organs, gently expel alt poisor.'i froni the system, enrich the ctood, improve appetite, make healthy flesh. Only 25c at all druggists. place before making your purchases. JUU Scbow prices in the FIND .the posb olHce.- near railroa'r Big Brick .. crossing. --w Aexfc to w.vm Hag-enba- ck The Place to Obtain -- CHAS. C. DAVIS ALSO- . , "'Tm' . Fresh Drugs, I!a!n anrllwtat liatc ito (.licet on harness tnatctl Willi Eureka liar- (HI. It re. tit Mill 1I10 damp, c. ir Mft and . mil tin. 'lh iih rot Uiyl.eiH lonVinu' Ma III tit, nnt Itrcal;. No rn'it'iiiir-l:- n e to chafe btltiln 1 ftiW25Si ' 'VW Vlr V Patent Medicines of all Kinds, Perfumery, Stationery, Toilet Articles, CIGARS AND TOBACCO, FaMs 11M' vrinrt .n li ii, w. I.tlt I 0; ut.l 1'imka H.uiwu Oil. CSEffiSHf lii the Oil;, J hours, day or night. PRESCRIPTIONS c'aitemlly' Compounded at nil SolJ every litre in lain aUlc. Made liy jvist Received From Factory A COMPLETE LINE OF THE Standard Oil Ompany -- ?, Shields Hats eVCRY ONE GUARANTEED BY THE MAKER THE OdtATEST STOPS PAIN Athena, Term., Jan. 27, 1901. Ever Bfnce tho flrst appearance of rav Xrliy very irregular and I SJXnocs Htpcred With great pain in my hips, back, Ftornach and legs, with terrible bcarijiff down pains in tho abdomen. Durillf? tha Tl.tst mnnfh T hnvn hnAti tafclrB Wino of Cardul and Thcdford's t, and I passed the monthly period without pain for tho first time ltt yoSYA Nannik Uavis. Black-Drmitth- HAT SALCIMAN IS AMtSICA Latest New York Styles At Popular Prigbs bs5-iu- C. H. FRITH Brodhead, Ky. . . a woman suffer Nannlo Davis suffered? Yol there are women In thousands of homes lo.daywho aro bearing thoso lorrlblo menstrual pains in sllcnco. If you aro ono of these wo want to say that this samo fiffl worth lo WhaY s ing Ilk ?2LIIZ Theytemporarlly by agitating the cure consiipunon on'tTake 'Pills! bowels, but regular action cannot bo secured until cnougn nicies their uiie 10 mauc me ., intestines execute Unnnt- natural functions. ural agitation, caused by cathartics, HI compels continual and increasing doses to - M r , the liver will bring you permanent relief. o yourself with tho knowledgo that 1,000,000 women have been completely cured by Wino of Cardul. These wom en suffered from leucorrhoea, Irregular menses, headache, backacho, and bearing down pains. Wine of Cardul will step all these aches and pains for you. Purchase a $1.00 boltlo of Wino of Cardul and take it in the privacy of your home. Con-soly attain the results. Bft mhdty i r or odvlnn and literature, ndilreu, elTlng ivrnp-fcwu- a, "Tlw jaie' Ailvlnurjr Jr.iriiiieiit," The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chatianoow, H X M acts on the liver: cures Chills ' and Fever, and everv form of M Malarial. Bilious. Remlttlnc and Inter- niltting Fevers, and, by Eolnir to the scat of the trouble, worlts permanent cure. TIPTY CENTS PBR nOTTLH. !! At.Chas. G. Davis! Drugstore. -- "ffjutuj oi-ui-- b Uiy PAGb'j !1lLJUlHiajWJmJUILIMHUOm5ULU J uimmumuue (.! .,. ...j'.l.l -- "A-I . a4jjLiiiipiw iIut i r imwmfTrwn Elder W. H. McGarvey, of RichWhat the matter that hogs ere Joe F. Waters' Lincoln Demstill allowed to run upon our mond, has accepted a call to the ocrat of Ijm Thursday, was so OUR QUOTATIONS We have an ordinance pastorate charge of Pond Church, highly impregnated with oil that streets? Mt. Vkrnom. Ky" May 2. 1902, against it. it was dangerous for a petson to Madison county. ming liutclies within yards of it. kp APPEAL TO YOU IN Pretty Powcrlul Our Level Green, Pine Hill and Many other good things were 111 iniTmwiiwMiiiMi No Mokk CO. D'h. -- The Adams wn w in Language. Exptess Co. has notified its agents Wildie correspondents will plen.c its columns, consisting of valuable " AND COAPLET- WE HAVE JUST" LI P WHAT YOU and interesting matter which peoto comply with the Farm Blind-Tige- r paidon us for omitting their letters ple love to lead GET OF US FOR Law. that is, not to deliver this week, but lack of time and RECEIVED ONE YOUR MONEY EST LINES of Dry Some forty ears ago, Willis Grifspace is the cau.se. any C. O. D. jugs. LOUItVU.CANA.SHVILlCR R.CO. TALKS MORE fin who ljves in this place, drilled a YET. OF THE NICEST Goods and Notions Miss Mitchell will continue with well within two hundred feet of Fok Runt ok Sam?. A One-haTIME TABLE. .he primary room al the college one where he now resides. On reach interest in a storeroom and lot, ing a depth of 25 feet he struck oil; 24 north 11.05 a tu adjoining J. C. Hocker & Cos month longer, Miss Letcher left for plugged up the hole and abandonAlso Have a New Liue of Mens, Youths and Children's Clothing, 26 north i:i2 am drugstore. Address her home in Richmond last night ed it as useless. William Smith, Hanging from 65c 2:00 p 11' 23 south $10 00. airl Miss Cox will g to Danville living in north part of town, dug a J. T. MEADOWS, We ask all to come in and examine our line of GENERAL 1:48 a 111 25 South well in his yard last summer and Pine Hill, Ky. MERCHANDISE. We WILL MAKEC.LOSE itftwalefsare so impregnated with Jas. Lanku;, Agent. Rhgs, Carpets, Matting and PRICES on SHOES. Have one of the RevvHartafield's subject at the oil time neither man nor beast can 1U IJM" every thing found in a first class Cluistian'church .Sunday morning: use-- it. t.:ost complete line of Shoes hi E.tircd.t tht Mt. Vcrnvj( Kjf nt tec furniture store. Also a lull line of "Righteous Judgement." Night, BRODHEAD, KY., mall matter The old Smith well is located on Undertakers goods. Shoes Prices from 20c. to S4.50 per pair. ,v "The Christian Hope." At Pur-cel- l West Fork Skaggs creek, near BEASLEY & HAYES, for BEAR and OX Fertiliser, Prices PERSONALS "Val- Bullock's mill: put down some 35 schoolhouse at 3 o'clock; apr. tf. Stanford Ky. years since by Oil Jim Smith, a From 1.05 per hundred, and Upward. ue of tfoe Soul." i progressive Ohioan, who located in Khiley Qethutiiin. of Missouri, GROCERIES at the LOWES PRICES. Highest prices paid Mrs. Houston McFerron is visitthis county; :s still flowing oil. The seeing the name of our county for Produce 16c. per lb for butter. i ,, OIL NOTES ing her son R. L. territory has recently been leased attorney L. W. Bethurum, in conRemember the place. Your Trade respectfully solicited. and the well will be drilled to a Mrs. V. T. Merimee, was here nection .with a trial held by teleA California company is buying greater depth, or n new one put shopping yesterday. H. phone, here, writes to ascertain if leases 111 Lincoln. down, when it is expected that a BRODHEAD, KY. Charley Whitehead was with they are not relatives. Tiie Mt. Vernon Oil Co has large flow will be struck, after going but a short distance further homefolks this week. JBOTNotici?. I will do any kind closed some important deals. down. Attorney J. W. Brown was in of carpenters work in Rockcastle W. H. Traylor, of Lincoln, will Livingston Wednesday. LIVINGSTON county. Plans and estimates made sink a well on his place at his own and satisfaction guaranteed. Price expense. Mrs. Or. Cooper cams up from W. S. Cummins, of Level Green, per day, $1.25. Respt. Livingston Wednesday. Representatives of eastern capi was here Tuesday. T. J. PENNINGTON. Miss Ann Baker is visiting the may talists are here leasing lands and Sam Magee was here greeting his Mt. Vernon, Ky. family of her brother U. G. many friends Tuesday. buying leases. Miss Sallie Dickerfon is visiting Contms T. Messrs. Alverson Oil interests are uow being push- Smiling Dave Jackson, of Lonthe family of Rev; Duvault. and Sauflcy will give a declamatory ed in thirty or more counties in don, was here Tuesday. BONE AND POTASH Grade No. 2, $1 per hundred. The little child of E. Fishback J. A. Landru'rrt $ ajain able to contest at the W<oti Opera house, Kentucky. CORN AND WHEAT Grower, $1 20 per hundred. is improving and vrill likely get Stanford, June 18. There will be resume his duties-s- the depot. Kentucky will be the best oil well. Mi.s Maggie Sambrook is the contestants from all the adjoining section in the Unittd States within Notes with 6 per cent, and approved security, payable oh Mrs. Strippe is very sick at the counties, and the managers promguest of Miss Qladdmi Ewers. few years. next residence of her sister, Mrs. J. R. or before December 25, 1902, will be accepted. Sold by Mr. and Mrs B. J. Bethurum ises it to be one of the best ever The Danville Oil Company has Stuckey. held in that city. Miss Ida May .Advent to Louisville Wednesday. George Owens, of Maretburg, F. WATS SMITH struck a good flow of oil at McKin-ney- t Adams will represent Rockcastle. ' Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Baker were was visiting his sister, Mrs Taylor, Lincoln county. visiting their sou, U. G. Sunday. The account of Judge Durham Brod)iea The Pioneer Oil Co. are erecting Wednesday. Mrs. C. A. Redd.Sr., of Crab Miss Kate Redd, of Crab Orchard, having conducted a trial; by tele- their machinery between Lily and H3nr7 Orchard, is again with her daughtis the guest of the Misses Thoinp-- . phone, between Mtv Vernon dud Fariston, Laurel county. er, Mrs. Cooper. Work on the Copper Creek well Wildie, this county.Vsumc wtfeks son. V OF THE George McCarthy, wife and chilwas copied by ncirly all the near Conway, this county, will be Miss Sallie Rickels has returned since, dren, returned home from Lebanon resumed at an eafly date. from a visit to relatives at Junction papers in the United Sptss and a Junction Monday. good portion of EurobeX China, The Green River development City. Miss Bertiua Mullins returned considered one of the slowest going company has resumed work on home Wednesday, after several clays W. J. Rentier, one of our best f OPENKD 1900. countries in the world, showed up their Green river well in Lincoln. visit at Maretburg. South end citizens, was here Wed- the inovatiou through a Hong The Mt. Sterling Oil and Gas Co. Mrs. Rhoda McAllister, of More-lannesday. 15 000 are making preparations to comKong paper. was the guest of Mrs. E. CAPITAL STOCK. Miss Rebecca Mullins, of Crab mence putting down a well on A. Fishback last week. r. .Orchard, is the guest of Miss Bes Cheap Rates. The L. & N. W. Stewarts tarm near Wildie. C C. WILLIAMS, Prks. JAS. T. ADAMS, Vice-Preof Peducah. repreJ. W. AssT.-CAS- n. sie Houk. will sell tickets to Louisville, at John Wages, of Knox county, senting The Curry Grocery Co , A. W. X. RICHARDS, CASHIKK, Jones, of Scaffold Cane, tie fare for the round trip on the who got $25,000 for his farm on was in town Tuesday. Frank DIRECTORS. Jonas McKenzie, Geo. Livesay, A. T. Fish,, gushers are located, will May 18 to 19 which the paid this office a pleasant call following dates: Bill Mullins, Shannon McKiune Fiitz Krueger, Rod Perry, Vincent Boreiug, J. E. Houk. likely buy a farm down in the Blue limited until May 26th; aud on grass. and C. O. Brison spent last week, yesterday. Careful atten-- . We solicit accounts of firms and individuals. fishing at Cruse's Ferry. May 28 and 29 limited uutil May Miss Fannie Thompson, of Preach- tion is given collections entrusted to us. Rockcastle is now surrounded by May 2nd and 3rd, tickets oil wells, to the west, south and J. W. Weaver, of Toledo, O., Our friends and patrons an invited to call when in town'. ersville. is the guest of relatives 31st. On brand will be sold to Louisville at one east, with work going on to the representing the "Lion" here this week. and fare, for the round north of it. We are right in the coffee, was in town Friday. ftiiss Lica Hilton, of Brodhead, Miss Annie Hayes is visiting trip, good uutil May 26th, and on midst of the big oil lakes. GO TO- Miss Kittie Poynter. at her uncle, spent part of this week with Miss the 3rd, 10th aud 17th at one fare If there are yet doubting Thom- Dave Poynter, at Mt. Vernon. Alza Thompson. round trip, good two days from ases, we would advise them to hide Harry Lee, J. H. Hocker, Chas. Miss Iola Hansel left Tuesday date of sale, account of the meeting out, before they are drowned by being swept away by a Rockcastle Cooper aud John Magee, Sr., were for Lawrencebtirg, to visit her of the Louisville Jockey Club. at Mt. Vernon Thursday evening. gusher. Its a' comin. brother, E. D.- Hansel. Narrow Espape. Just as Mr. Those wishing information of C. A. Chandler, of Pittsburg, and Mr. John Pearl, of the Mountain Judge Brown, of London, were Democrat, was here Sunday to see W. J. Sparks was approaching his Rockcastle county, should address here Wednesday on legal business. rock quarry Wednesday morning, either the Mt. Vernon Gas and Oil for Everything in , his old friend, James Maret Mrs. Belle Taylor returned home Co., or the Rockcastle Mutual Oil probably some two hunded yards and Gas Co., Mt. Vernon, Ky. Wednesday, after a weeek's visit Mr. G. W. Parsons, of Quail, Boots and Shoes, ana General away a blast was let off' throwing with her father, Marshall Owens, Dry Goods, Clothing, called to see us Wednesday and left The Rockcastle Mutual Company at Maretburg. Merchandise a rock, of fifteen or twenty pounds, his subscription for the Sigual. striking the horse which he was have ordered timbers for a derrick, Mrs. Rebecca Reynolds, of MaretMrs. John Magee and little sou riding just bolow thVkuer: breaking etc., to be placed at their first well burg, is BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES. here attending her little Freewere UD.from Livingston to attend its leg, as a result oAvhich, had to on the Fred Hahn farm near daughter, who has been seriously dom church, four miles southwest the commencement exercises this be killed. Mr. Sparks saw the of this place. ill at Geo. Reynolds. week. Mrs. John Magee and John, Jr., rot.k coming somejtwenry or thirty Those desiring a large map of Mrs. Essie Painter and mother leet ahead but thought it to be Lincoln county and its oil fields, Mrs. Cooper and Archie, are. at , will leave in a few days for Laba-uo- n much lower than it was, and that it can get same by sendiug $150 to Mt. Vernon attending the Commencement exercises. Juuction to opeu a boarding would hit before it reached hiln, Lincoln Democrat, Stanford. Knox Mrs. Sue Mullins, Mrs. Poynter, map for sale at $1 by L. D. house. but to have gotten out of the waj , couuty J. F. Cooper and Roy Mullins, Sampson, Barbourville. Eugeue Orndorff and sister, Miss would have been an impossibility. were fishing at Sinks Monday; had L. Hattie, came up Tuesday to attend The horse, which Mr. Sparks lost, News D. Sampson's Barbourville fisherman's luck never got a bite. and Kentucky Oil Tourna! the entertainment at the college could have been sold for $100 to are proving verilable Samsons in Jean and Miss Hattie Orndorff, Misses Maggie Sambrook, Sallie $125. Tuesday night. the "mineral causi in our State, espeeially the mountain portion Dickerson and Cora Adams, are at with Judge R. G. Williams is The Lincoln County Telephone thereof. Write for sample copies. Mt. Vernon visiting friends and homefolks this week. He is per- Company has been organized at taking ill the Commencement. The oil well put down on Polfectly delighted with his' new loca- Stanford where they recently purv Strong effotts are now being lard place near Lynchburg, GarKept in Stock. Orders by Mail, Telegraph or Telephone tion at Covington. chased a franchise. The organisers rard county, about 1866, is looked made to establish a select school Promptly filled. s here with a MisSeS Georgia and Mattie Mc- are local men of influence and push. Upon a's being in good territory teacher. The school will start with Ferron sp'ent this week with frieuds A first class exchange will be put in and has been leased by a northern about 30 pupils and a cottage will who propose to develop be rented for" the purpose. and relatives and attended the and the latest and best improved company it. instruments will be used. Lines couuneucuient exercises. Rev. W. G. McCready, of the Lewis county is putting down Episcopal Church and Rector of will be built throughout the county LOCALS and connections made with other wells. Cumberland county is at the Church at Winchester, will work. Martin couuty has resumed probably hold services at the PresI independent systems of the state. operations. and FUNERAL DIRECTOR. Bath couuty is bring- byterian Church here May nth, I. Beasley and Hayes, Stanford, Work has already been begun on a ing in wells. Madison county is and may remain several days. Mt. Vernon, Ky. buy your new tnetalic circuit to Lancaster, which drilling. Pulaski has wells; so has Bishop Burton, of Lexington, is KyM is the place-tapr. 11 tf. will be in use by the 15th. H. J. Lincoln and Casey, while Wayne expected about the same time. carpets. McRoberts is president, J. M. Al- county is fairly swimming in grease. " Rev. Hancock, of Corbiu, occucotFor SYii. Two The "cheapest and best," the pied the pulpit at the Presbyterian per cent, verson secietaryandToinps Cooper tages, just miilt, pays 20 With such men at the Interior Journal, mentions the fol- Church last Sunday and preached treasurer. on investment. Cheap for cash. helm there is no room for doubt, lowing strong team who have or- a most interesting sermon. While J, F. COOPER, ganized the Lincoln OH. Gas and Livingston, Ky. that the Bell monopoly will dis- Mineral Com pan: J. H. Bmigh-ma- the services of the Episcopal Church are somewhat new and novel to cover that they hate opposition. FINE I1EAKSE Attached. Can A. T. Nunnelly, Harvey most 'of our people, the interest NOT IN THE TRUST. The monopoly has began to ob- Helm, W. H. Wearen. M S. Baugh-ma- and attendance are steadily growiiurnisli Metalic Gaskets and hove We will sell Eagle Fertilizer, serve the "handwriting on Wm. Hrighl, Will H. Shanks ngthe wall" Embalming done on short notice. Besr corn and wheat grower, $1,00 This comand W. B. McKinney. ' Come aud see me, anything I have not got cau get for you on first per hundred, Eagle Phosphate, 90 and is already offering inducements pany Ins contiacted for putting Representatives Gilbert and Bore- traiu that leave the city. which thej have persistently re tits, per hundred. down ttrce wells a short distance 0 Auikitiur & Adams fused to extend before the hide aut from Stanford, near the Bnugh-ma- n iug threw a few hot shot at each, by wire Promptly Filled . , OR D E Brodhead Ky. pendents entered the field pr..'iV4 V. ' ' the other (lay. wll. ir Mt. Vernon Signal Wind Whistles. ! 1 pricey Tal k JVoney J a lf Ever Brought to birodhead, to to-da- I'oit-oOic- e -- tli 1 1 Agents C. FRITH. Horse Shoe Brands 2-- 3t High Grade F ERTILIZERS. t J. J. 5 J. nujil. BPK jftT. KT. VeKNON, d, s. 10 one-thir- d -- - JONAS MCKENZIE mt. Vernon, ky. DANNIE OWENS, UNDERTAKER Caskets, Coffins, Robes Etc. v. &.'' "M first-clas- "up-to-dat- BRODHEAD, KENTUCKY WILLIS GRIFFIN Practical Undertker ' : o -- n. n. Stock Complete RS " u!yxmxjBX'3xmx2itam F.or Those Who Livk on Farms. Dr. Bergin, of Paun, 111., writes: "I hnve used Ballard's Snow Liniment; always recommended it to my friends, as I am confident there is no better made. It is a dandy Those who live on for burns." farms are especially liable to many accidental cuts, burns and bruises, which heal rapidly when Ballard's Snow Liniment is applied. It always be kept in the house should for cases of emergency. Price 25c. $oc. and $1.00 at all druggists. mturtCM.vt sirEe QUAIL - CRAB ORCHARD. Miss Lizzie Carson is visiting in riLIOouse, F B. RICKY, Prop. LONDON KY. for Com- mercial men. Good Sample Room and convenient to Depot. Rates - - - - S2 00 per day. The Veranda Hotel. JOSEPH COFFEY, PROPR., Stanford, Ivy., Coin is woith $3 per bid. in this part. People ar vtry busy planting years I have never " For 25 ' missed taking Aycr's Sarsaparllla corn. It cleanses my every spring. ' J" Jul Gently went to Otlenheim blood, makes me feel strong, and fin ac ttn rrt"wl In rl'PrV Wfll " ' Sunday. John P. Hodnctte, Brooklyn, N.Y. Vincent Pojnler continues about Pure and rich blood the same. carries new life to every John Adams bought 14 hog;, at about 4 cents. of the body. You part Rice Gooch spent several days are invigorated, refreshed. j in somerset last week. You feel anxious to be Logan Brown sold to Henry active. You becomestrong, Brown a cow lor 27.50. steady,courageous. That's Aaron Ray, of Garrard, bought what Aycr's Sarsaparllla 1 ' a few cattle in this country. will do for you. Richard Lewis, of Louisville, was SI.CO als3((le. All drt:nls ini. here on important business last Auk rciiir iliwtnr wlut lio tlilnki of Ayer't .SiraiuiHIU. lloknoilllut tills bimiI Friday. ol.l rmmlT liif.lli'lnc. follow !! aiWIcoauil J. U. A VUU CO., I.owoll, Mats. Win. Poynter, of Ml. Vernon, spent Sunday with his father at MT. VERNON DIRECTORY. this place. G- - A- - MorK soId l0 Sweenv PAT.KKrnAw I I I J eaui 0 Attention, Good Dressers Wc Have ! , the glades. Mrs. N. J. Hutchison, of Rowland, is visiting her sou, Chris, Mr. and Mrs. Grove Cook visited Mr. Geo. Patten's family Sunday last. Jo Payne, who is attending school at Harriman, Tcnn., is. reported sick. Mrs. Egbert has rented her dwelling house to James Manuel, reserving rooms for herself. Geo. W. DeBord is in Texas attending the Confederate Vetcian's reunion, and visiting relatives. Crab Orchard is going to have a new roof or. her jail. It will then be ready for another fire, as twice some inmate of the jail has set it on fire. a Good Thing and Want Everybody to Know it. yf 'XI 1 m nzi "Wo have secured, tho exclusive right for this vicinity to, tako orders for the fara,o.us tailoring of HTR.AUSS BROS., 0u.ngp, "Wo are now dteBtoy Jhp u0,r newest sarnpleej Woolang NEARLY ef $m.d. F& upgfi cvoryono interested in good olothcs to call and inspect thoui, Wo show 5 0 0 PATTERNS con-ulsting day in each month. County Court. rrmRr ! -F- ourth Mon - ' M"on' of Gamrd 4 hBS at 5'4 cents. Misses Martha and Jessie Rey- nolds. of Bee Lick, were visiting Specially equipped for traveling day in January, April, July and: ' " October. their sister, Mrs. Henry Sutton, men, Sample room on first floor. - the first of the week, Circuit Court. Second Mon Bath rooms free to guests. day in February, Fourth Monday 1?jre Dr. d C. Proctor lost last Ratks. $2.00 per day. 111 way aim l turd .Monday in bep1 wee , , :i U1S ' "v "re 1:. cn" and wagon tetube'r ' House combined ana poultry House, - ,t, Vernon Poucn Court; togather wittj 25 barrels of good T bird Monday 111 each month. . i j corn. Cause of fire unknown, loss R. L. COLLIER, Propr. " c'huhches-- . about $200. Serviced it the Christian CliurvTi l'rcnch-iiiLocated at the Depot"t2?w 1st & 3r 9uiiiIi)'k ut 11 a. ni. and nt BRODHEAD, KY.r- -' 7:.'W . m. Sunday sviiool y:30 in. eorj Sunday. GOOD LIVERY ATTACHED I'ruycr lleetim: Kery'J linrsdny 7:.!0 p.111. Jf fy jETPyBf Day and N:ght Tliu pulilie ure conliiilly invited to uttcnil Meet D.WII) JIAUTSFIICLI), nil and Railroad Pastor. Ijirited I I QUARTERLY COUKT. FilSt Moil Hotel Frith r- I 11. WBv'S fLLLLLLLLB' VH. jBbis, for Presbyterian Holds ervlees 011 the 'Jntl uuil 4th Sunday, inoriiliiK uud (veiling. Baptist Church Services eu the Second Saturday night mul Sunday. Sundny jchool nt SJ a in every Sunday. I'rayer meeting on Tuesday nivlits. MASONIC Mrs Dr. Black, of Knoxviile, Tenn., has returned to her home, after spending several week's pleasantly with her mother, Mrs. M. E. Fish. Nick Tankersley, of Garrard county, living about four miles from here, was adjudged insane about two weeks since and seut to the asylum at Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. Gaines and little daughter, of Lancaster; also Mr. and Mrs. Wilhoit and little girl, have been visiting Win, Stuart, father of the above named ladies. Dr. Petzold, of Ottenheim, lost his house and all by fire, on the 24th of the past month. He and family were spending the night away from home. The fire must have been the work of an incendiary, as the family left no fire in the house. out-buildin- by far the largost line in the country, of many oxolusivo effects in wor-stocassimercB, Sootches, clays; serges, etc STRAUSS BROS, mako the kind of clothes you lika to wear, accurately tailored, perfect fitting, distinctly above yot prices arc no higher than you have paid for the ordinary, inferior goods. They guarantee absolute satisfaction ds, and with it goes our unqualified endorsement. "We shall be gj to hflVO you call and yojl jyjll be glad you came. COX BROS, & . vlt Vernon, Ky , J" V ?V ' 'l.JJIIWM ITOI xiisville, and 5l', yOiis Railwecy H omeseekers Excrursioni A T MlHL Hi NC1SC0 WORKS, Ky, , Granite aWBJP farble Monuments and Tombstones. ALL A'ORK FIRST-CLASSSATISFACTION GIVEN- .,- Ashland Lodge No. day, 10 A in. Hi), till) meets !th Mon- SirMT VKUNON li A. CIIAI'TKIt, No. MIXIM every FOURTH MONDAY at - i. in. K. O.T. M. Tint, No. SI, incuts ovciy Ht and :inl Monday nt 7:.'10 i. in. .IAS i: 1IOUK. Com J J I'INC. It K MACCABEES. A Miraculous "It seemed that nothing short of a miracle could save my little, daughter from an, untimely death," says City Marshall A. H. Malcolm, of Chcrokce.Kan. "When two years old she was taken with stomach and bowel trouble and despite the efforts of the best physicians we could procure, she 'grew gradually worse and was pronounced incurable. A friend advised -- jA'' 'cnninnton, D. D. S.; M.D ' DENTST, N W Cor. Third and Chestnut Sis. LOUISVILLE, KY. Will be at Miller House. Mt ernon during all Circuit Courts. . Feat. PROFESSIONAL. C. C. Williams, A ATTORNEY-AT-L- V, A married woman and mother of two children, the youngest not two years old. came to this place on the 23rd of April; lelt her horse at the Heasley house, got on the tram without buying a ticket, and went loward the mountains. An M. D., of the same neighborhood, left two days before the woman, saying, he was going to attend the lectures al Knoxviile, Tenn. They were both heard of at Williamsburg. It is supposed they are living together, as their names had been scandalously connected by "niadame rumor" for over a year. Both families have the sympathy of the surrounding country, as they are all good people. The Dr. also left a wife and three children. LOW RA.TES WEST Tuesdays in ff TO THE Tickets on F rst Sale APR.IL MARCH, n d Third and MAY, 1902 a. Also Low " Colonist " One WsaLy Northwest and California. Points vgvvvvvv Gerv'l Rates to the For Further Information Address GEO. L. GARRETT L. J. IR.WIN fof wrlto Ibr our confidential letter before I ip-- H .lying for patent: it may do worm money. Ve promptly obtain U. 8. and Forclcn and Wo glvo roport on patentability. the best local servlco and advice, and our charges are moderate. Try us. fee. TIRE attorney1 Eoud anMend modal, sketch or photo and wo IMMEDIATE PATENTS TRADE MARKS Patent KY. On srd. floor of The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Church Special attention given stree,t. to collections. MT. VERNON. Maes Nervine ' or return EN- M. L. MYERS, lSHFaE$ir$y Mt. IT FREE Dentist VKRNON, and after g'ing it a few days she becan J improve and hnal ly' fully recovered. She is now past five years of age and the very picture or health. Sold by all Drugclsts. & CO., SWIFTLawyers, 0pp. U.S. Patent Ofnco.Washlngton, D.C. rvMltni Medics! Co.. Elkhart.' Ky. J First-Clas- s a ioINTISR FOR INVENTORS WOKK. Miller House, If you wish your patent business OFFICE IiTi Hie Krtteger new pioperly and promptly dne send brick. it to SWIFT & CO.. PATENT PnoNicjNo. 3S. LAWYERS, opposite U. S. Patent Office. Washington, D. C. They no dissatisfied clients. Write have them for their confidential letter; a postal card will bring it, and it .W.J.. JUDER, Phop'k. may be worth money to you. See their advertisement elsewhere in this paper. adjoining counties, to buy their head dressing from her. There are many old mothers, and even grandmothers now living, who remember buying llieir first "fine bbnuet" from aunt Clara, as she was familiarly known for years. She left no near relatives and had lived for several years with two old people (brother and sister) by the name of Adams, distant relatives of her. 23 24 and 25 of April: John Cruse, a colored boy, being the first. Old and Barbara Miller, an the second The third one was Clara W. Singleton, widow of Harry Singleton, who preceded her some fifteen vears. Mrs. Singleton spent her whole lifetime; .something over eighty years, in and around Crab Orchard. She was for forty vears, a milliner here; most of the tune the only one 111 the place, and women came far miles, even from -ex-slav- There was an interment in the Crab Orchard Cemetery, on the L Tro.v. P0.S9. Arfcnt LOUISVILLE. KY. Pbss. Ai(9it PpCLAHOlliA ANBMNplAN TER.jJ Are bfstrcacwbwihcColton (Belt, wliich line! runs two trains safrorrlMdmphic to Texas', without change. xneGeVtVains cither recchj - j acconV dirccnormakc close for al parts of Texas, Obhhchib ondlndianTerritory. i r v V A ft,wmtj9q-votAMr0o7jixAo jm XZ Y M nwACdr NAKOtlOO r Jijgflnffil...,. ' yf j! j ff """"f" J ) J1 f U 1 SHREVEPOBT .. A s: ? ' 3 ? V, I a J . TJtUFKIM f 1X 4 ; kiid There is no denying that these are "prosperous" times for these l;cist THE FINE HARNESS HORSE rich enough to get into he trusts, who have tc but the TO- vJ H N, pay more and more for the ne:cs- Will niiikc tlif M'HKiiti 1.1' Wi, nt m,v Blnblo nr tulle ICitst of Wililic. anil will bo 'shies of life, owing to trust greed, liermiltcil to smo iimicij nt $7 to .1 libit re a do not find them so. Living Colt. Money due lieu mnru is known AE? The doctrine that high prices or nirteil witli. j to lit: with fold, or is tmileil will never be A h'in will be rc'ilincil on till' eolt for the make good times hfMo'i inoney. Cum w ill lie ttikeu to prevent generally accepted until the high ' In erTert Suiifi.iy, Mav lyth The new inm will vw St. Louis iiccidonts inn no. ivsiiiusibility uliould any prices include labor. oefiir. 9.00,11.111 ' "''v ihf evening train ..n I'niiiortKi:. JOHN SPRANG AILMENTS. to same point. 10. top. Jin diiily is liiiuds hiuli, ick, mul Hue sie, weigh-in1200 pound. He There is an aching and tired feelThiough sleeping car service be- lioise, bin iluiu lieliia uuis shed by n lUillnn t'uiuidinn, Hciitia ing; the liver, bowels and kidneys tween St. Louis, San Francisco and fact nil iui'iii)U Imi'ne. NortliwestdVii points. Only line become sluggish and inactive, the TIN' FlVJ-fjACthat does'ittwice daily. digestion impaired, with little or no Excursion ''tickets now on sale. Bill appetite, no ambition for anything, For l further information, address Will idb make the mmsoii nttliet.anio time and a feeling iliac the whole body Matthews T. P. t. mil place, lit " to insure a litinj; eolt. R. T. G toning up. The Terms as to fceason inoney, biuue ux on tbu ' and mind needs Louisvill.- Kv. lmrnp. Hill Wilkei is black j.ick, with trouble is, tlut during winter, there H. C T.) VS iEXD. GenM P.io'r liieuly luiku anil was folded July 15, 18'J8. lias been an accumulation of waste st Louis and T'c llu was biie by L'upt I'.uld, ut ditin by in the sv.,tem. Heroine will Zolieolibr. ipl 'I'mlil was folded in matter , .I11111'. lh!K, b Sir Wiiliam,, he bv remove il; sectue to the secretions be by ( '0111 jii'iuiiie, lie by '1 ippeennoe, iiu by a right exit, and by its tonic effect, llliick W'uiiior. npi odd's 1st dam by Jim wasted tissues Porter, 2nd dim by t'iu Castiliin. IllA, fully restore the 'Call at the Signal V.I.Ki:i!'S 2nd d mi iinknnvrn. and cive .strength in place of weak"office, Mt Vernon ness. Price 50c at all druggists. Citroo & Wood. C6y-Port- Headquarters for Commercial Men. a er sit all trains.-- L6f Mt Scott's Emulsion is not a good medicine for fat folks. Wc have never tried giving it to a real fat person. We don't dare. You see Scott's Emulsion builds new flesh. Fat people don't want it. Strong people don't need it. But if you are thin Scott's Emulsion is the medicine for you. It doesn't tire you out. There is no strain. The work is all natural and easy. You juct take the medicine and that's all there is to it. The next thing you know yem feci better you eat better .and you weigh more. It is a quiet worker. SCOTT a HOWNn. Cli:nit. jot JiiJ Si oj,. ii conauion. wnoro peoine prosper, ruiseu wrllo foracopy of ourvhandsomo booklets, Homes In tnu) South, west" and "ThrouirhTexaswIth a Camera." 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