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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7r q A + yna h- n r Ir r 1 Jtfl fTHE tI EL GREEN HERALDl4 Eatabllahed March 4 1885 Made Famous In the Story o7 Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell r J L7 TrFIFTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL WOO NUMBER 48 SiOnnor ertuxolta and l- 1 WrTheOldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains SIntn 1Kll tn Adu i i Copies of this pnpcr mny hI found on file stlhe office ofour WII hlll lon correspond I ttdtlJ o Sicgers tIS v Street N W t CtyesbtngtonP I ir ooooopooooooodsoroeooooo000 ooot- F n A KASII W II KA- SI f I Atto7Zeyn KASH 11811II l r HAZEL CFll Practice in courts of I I attention to collrrtlnnso- ootyoooaoooooOOpoo 1- roI Iglvu spcclAI o00000000 Watchesfr M 8375 and Upwards I dens Watches I 8250 and Upwards h SOLID NICK LE OASES- 11AMERlCAJ MADE MOVEMENTS WIND STEM SET TIME KEEPERS f FULLY WARRANTED yI FRED J HEIWTZ z manufacturinu Jeweler LEXINGTON KY 1 U it t t i J ttIi h t tr VINCIIESTKR KY iiII H W1TIIKUSPOOX President It HUNTKK Cashier J rk1 Paid up CnpifnT1 20000000 Surplus 0000000 This Hank solieits till aecouuts of mer chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout astern Kentucky and otters its eustowers every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits of egitimatebankigoctlSIY J W CUVVIN iI KAMI CRAVEN KASHt We hate at nice hearse nml a full stuck ot t niltimeson ODable terms r1Villie i nMlt will set ns funeral diretOr and furnish Collin null hears upon rer quest ollcUlnij the public ptitrounije we are respectfulrte JUVVKSA h1SIL b JjtItidingi of Eastern Kentucky J Offices Bcattyville and Jackson js + r y SnyderThirtyeight I I inthoI writer ho was in Mas and appearance a fragileboy I I finally I of enlistment until the war ended Dur 1 orderlyI whichheadquarters thefieldandnever ahousecasions with simple but dauntless cour ofdutyi I looks which ho did not outgrow his cheerful disposition and his constant I courage made him known to the entire regiment anti of course matte the entire regiment his friend On yesterday his loved ones which included IhisI comrades reverutly luillI Joint down in an honored grave to rest un nil the Captain of hII Salvation shullII summon him to an eternal life He was never strong ho suffered much physi catty life had many burdens for him and its necessities demanded constant work lint he was blessed iin tinny waysAround greyheadedyoungest and those who survive him J have the frosts of many winters on their I brows The ranks are growing thinner It will not be long until some one not a comrade will have to perform these solemn rites for the last of the soldiers of the furled banner As this lame and fragile man went about his daily labor it would hare been difficult for a casual observer to believe that ho had been for years a hero fac ing death almost innumerable times and performing every possible duty falling to the lot of a cavalry soldier in time of incessant campaining and yet this was the simple truth Wo tear much of this being a mate rinlagethe age of the almighty dollar I the age of low motives ann base designs This iis not true i we Ilive and have lived in the heroic ago of the I world the noblest age it has ever known the ago of self sacrific of lofty daring of self denying and abundant charity i Ulessed iis he who has lived in this ago lad understood its spirit and compre headed its life Lexington Herald A Little Girls LeHerIKIUMOUI LriCo KY March 12 1UOO I am a little girl eleven years of age and I delight very much in going to school and therefore I will writo you a short composition concerning a school which two of my brothers Charley anti Willie and I attended in the year I Wi Ira Prolitt was our teacher and wo up preciated him very much because ho took so much interest in our education We hud a nice time at the lust day of our school My brothers taken part in the entertainment they werecandidates for president Charley wai McKinley and Willie was IJryan They node speeches and recited history i we marched and hud music the drum the fife and the tamborine i they hauled the pre tended president and his cabinet down to Mr I lortons back to the school house down Brush creek a quarter and back to the school house having music and marching nil the time and us girls made artificial lowers and strewed them on the floor for the pretended president to walk on We haJ1 a large number of scholars in attendance and it took us two days anti part of two nights to get through with our dialogues speeches examina tion etc and I do hope and trust that our good tenclur Mr 1rolitt will cOllie hack and teach us another school I am now studying six studies I T S history geocraphy grammar second part arith metic fifth reader and spelling hook bo I will not write anymore at present only I ask if I have made any mistakes that will excuse me as I have never you By re written but few compositions hl C Kaliquest of my teacher r1I111I SIENCCft- Doath of Captain Roberts The many friends of Capt Roberts in this section and among those wan are in manhood and younu- vouianhood just now young willthere area great nail to read the following which wo clip regret from tho Uuinvillo Post of Ihurs lay lust hCnpt B E Roberts for many years business man on Main street a prominent Norton infirmnry lIei died yesterday at exCoeclerate soldIer nd was a was an of Morgans command during member Ho married Miss Maggie Pick the war of Albany KV One son Shelby ens in the employment civil engineerRoberta ft of the L 1k N rnilraod stationed survives him- Capt nt Nashville connectedRoberts had been of the leading buiine14ahou es with many of the city For ninny years ho travel Carter Dry Goods notSoyed extensive acnuaintancean oniin Louisville but tiroughout the- south lIe was very popular in another column See our club rates t 4 a7 A DAILY MAIL For Hazel Green and Othor Points Do you want a daily mail from Iex CamptonWe f Let the citizens of Hazel Green and Camp ton with the postmaster of each place petition the poslollice department at Washington to make the morning train from Lexington over the L tit K rails roadand the afternoon train to Lexington mail trains and change the route from Hazel Green to Campion and Campton to Torrent as follows Mail carrier leave Torrent each day after the arrivalof morning train from Lexing ton and reach Hazel Green at II oclock in the afternoon and mail carrier leave hotel Green each day at 8 p m and arrive at Torrent at 2 in tho afternoon in time for the train going to Lexington Such a change would be of incalcula ble benefit and convenience to the plO pie of nearly all of Wolfe county much of Morgan county and all other points for which Campion anti Hazel Green are pointsPetitions be circulated in both Campton and Hazel Green to this ellect Let every citizen be sure to subscribe his name and urge everybody else to do the same The people want this mail just as soon as possible Suchj change as the above would bring us the Lexington papers the day printed mid give us all nails one day earlier He sides our mails would reach Winchester Lexington Louisville nUll Cincinnati ouI the tiny posted Perhaps the cities may help us to per suade the department to establish this change as it would benefit then in matters of business from much of Hast1 ern Kentucky It would be of especial advantage to tho Lexington Morning Herald and that Ier will certainly and use its influence to us WM H Comp Hazel Green Ky The Herald is Good Enough For Mo During the excitement due to the testi moray ot Wharton Gulden tho IolillI tulle Post was sold here every evening upon arrival of thin Ml Sterling mail and tho demand was usually about equal to the supply One evening last week tho boy who sells them approached loin Robinson and laid1IIper sir Louisville Post all tho evidence of Golden in the Goebcl murder case have one sir Ho wens talking to John Robinson u Naw saidI John HII Ifuul till blessed old llniiAUI thats good enough for me and the boy did nut sell him Oh for ten thousand more citizens like John Robinson men who think Tin HIIIAM good enough and who take and pay for it With every cilicii in Wolfe a sub scriber Tin HlKun would be so good that there would be no need to get a paper from outside the county It would1 pnhli everything Cant you induce your neighbor to tatco it and tutus start a boom for it so that the list may soon be so largo as to enable us to publish every thing V You and every subscriber who isi now taking the paper CUll do notch good in this direction if you will but try With a paying list to justify it wo promise to nmikeIllIIICntImsag- ood that subscribers to it will not have to take any paper but it and they will have all the news too Tho topics for services at the Chris tian church on Sunday area II Admoni tions at IUI a m timid Getting Close to Christ at 730 p m The attendance at each service on Sunday is good the evening audience being especially large It is earnestly hoped that more of the members of tho church will attend the morning service Wo cannot understand how tally Chris tine cult absent himself from the Lords lay service Have you been absent What is your reason 1 Would you give Christ the reason V TUB HruAiu of I last week made us say the growth of the church illII not sjKintaneous hilt rovivalistic when we did say the growth of the church is neither spontaneous nor revivalistic Insert these words and the rending will be true There were three or four ty pographical errors in the same article WM IIII Com Three editions hove already been print ed of Higgle Horse look an announce meat of which will be found in our ad vertising columns This littlo hook which is crammed full of information on the horse costs but 50 cents yet wo ire free to say it has as much practical boiled down information for busy people as books costing ten times as munch Put it in the lands of your boys and girls and get the hired man a copy The price U jOe free by mail address the publishers Wilmcr Atkinson Co Philadelphia Great opportunity oflered to good reli able men Salary of 1 15 per week and expenses for man with rig to introduce lour Poultry Mixture and Insect Destroy er in the country Send stamp Amen can Mfg Co Terro Haute Ind tf Your taxes are duo and must be paid now So please call and settle and save trouble as I am compelled to collect H F PIERATT D S u A Man to Do To Tie To rtllastbeenPieratt of this place at Intervals has formed a partnership with Robert Ander son at the head of tho river and tiny wilt open anti run n general store a few miles above Leo City To the people of that section who are unacquainted with Mr Quicksall we can say that ho is worthy thou patronage and esteem and the lower they know him tho bettor they will like him Tho editor of this paper huts had a great many buincwj deal ings with tutu nmtytlwayH found him fair cungratubitea partner mill think ho is especially fortunate considering the unfortunate fuel that ho is blind in having as a partner an absolutely honest unto and as such QuicksallDuringsince which covered a part of five months Mr Quicksall had everything to attend to buying selling paying bills etc and hit employer will tell any man that he not only conducted his business with ab solute honesty but used every source of economy and at the end of hits illness Mr Pieratt found that Iris busyness lied pros pered phenomenally during his illness Curt Juicksall in brief iis out of tin few people in these days of chicanery and trickery tint it iis Mifr to tie to The learnt toucanJ is tho boiled down hilthe miailua the heaul paper fill to fit the fanner null villager who know whats what The Form Journal for hear v ft years remainder lh1II1l1nlluf Will 11102 HHKhmd HUM and Tin HniAMi 0111 year will both bo sent to overt new subscriber to our paper nail to every old subscriber who pays flon in advance Walk right up to the captain limn Send us six dollars and get a chance to rend Colonel Hreckinrilg H editorials in Tho Morning Herald of Lexington all the horse news in The Kentucky Stock Farm andI the Hazel Green Hrn All and everything that happens in Wolfe Morgan Hreathitt load this sec tion of tho country All who desire to wear nicoly lnundrindNhirIScollurscnlla etc should call on Kolurt Cord UJllItI for tho Luxington Stonm Laundry tho work of which is Httpcrior to that of racy laundry in the sfuttl tf Agents on salary 1rI 1 expenses the greatest agent seller ever Imulucellery stork and poultry raider Hustlers wanted Ref ference Address with stamp American Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind tf FOUND1 + A GOLD MINKI TVAS I ix ins pormiYY- AK 1 1 I Man iii Iowa Uson u Compound That Makes Ills lions Lay Doublo tho Usual Number Summur and Winter Tho Hocrot of His Success People in tho neighborhood Creston Iowa are amazed at the number of eggs that this man drives to market with When asked what was thin moist of his hens being HO prolific ho stated it wits all in a certain compound ho teas using that kept his lions in good condition and furnished them with the proper stimulus to egg production Americas Poultry Mixture Iis the nnme of it tumid it is mad e by American Mfg Co Term Haute Ind Every nine in tho poultry business in in terested in the health of his hens and their laying capacity In the eggs li his profits This mixture lit guaranteed to increase the production of eggs 100I per cent or money refunded It will d more than three times as much as tho name amount of may other compound It is concentrated in form anil the result of yearn of practical experience in the poultry business There is absolutely no doubt as to what it will do timid you are invited to try it at tho expense of tho company Send 1001 for a wimple package and if it doesnt do the work you get your money back This is fair and ia ran fo to induce practical poultry men to Hive it a trial It is also a sure preventive of such diseases as the terri ble cholera mild romp which create such havoc in nil parts of the country It acts directly on tho craw and gizzard andi iis a thoroughly scientific preparation Tho manufacturers guarantee every package or refund purchase rnouoy If your druggist dont sell American Poul try Mixture lies behind the age In that ease order direct from American Manufacturing Co Teirohaute Ind 1 A DRUMMER Is protty to loolt at And pluasnnt to listen to But ho is rtn expensive luxury Ho takoa up his customers time And spends his employers moneyiVo want to save our moneyI I And your valuable time t So Imvo dropped tho drummer Ami solicit your orders by mall Tho trouble I1 small tho benefit large No tulfcit bills no misunderstandings No baits tout no suckers Vritt for vinoPB and samples CHILESTHOMPSON GROCERY CO I Mt Sterling Ky t SPIKXU JOOO- KveivtliliiK ilt t Trees Plants Vines fur Orchard Lawn nml iitrdvu Tin largest Htm k lit Keutueky ofii Fruit anti Ornamontal Troos Sirawta AMwrnuUj 11ItlubnrbMuch establishment ieueral NtirMuy nml Strawberry snlnldjjuen to bo hind on applica Lien to t HIMIILIKXMUYUU Telephone 2ill Lexington Ky To WnOIIt It ffl3U ConCerll Tint Ohio cad Kentucky Itiiilway outli lpnny IIIIN ltiled in the ntllctN of tint County d Clerk of Itrrnthitt Wolfram Morgan oouu ll I I 111111hllllll t properly lines are indicated thereon Such railroad IIn now under contracts for con struetlouII I nCllulrcl1I I liMiiiinlion the parties Ironi whom anina were ohlniiieil and nil other persons In n- ayunertu u the right tif way strip or in proporty adja real thereto art hortt ly notltlud tint the Kradiiji of the railroad In now In prngrvij aud will he uonlluliouHly r Heiutod to cowl idutioiiI OHIO 1t KENTUCKY IIA1MVAY CO + KiiglntorMarch KnvnloroBUI j r Hiilii lUll V4 prliilinl at llliltAIDnmce STRENGTH AND j VIOOR1Ii fC rfr I i t 30 lJoysrl141ia1Tim umrvfiMi iiwii it rjby my Ijcctrlc Halt aid AIIIOtI liiiliirii im tu olTiT It to muff rlotfI n i + Tnil W l r rUIn HmllliHtltnlllcUlO- an I thAt IKI nil kUillr iy for tlinimnof Tom n liu IMITK Ii4tl rml ili fr ftmi iln wild clruin I witii thatKjrrtrtrantir IteWfVewItkrl l K lNlIhllIrAIi l bureu4SVltati1 11 INH zO 1AltF1ut n r atvn vin I luivii iiiKlt roiiQilvnco tItMt c nil II In1a5fIIItL trltu IfHtav lOr ln t 111101 wlh ftrencsla1daltue u1r l11 ui rf 11110111 auxlrl1 envIupx yortnrluc1 UA 60 YEARS EXPERIKNOC 11DESIGNSAnyonn tnnfllng n sketch end iloicrlptlnn mat qnlcklr nnoortfln our cplnlon free N lather aQfInrontinn Irs0iy tiatriitnbla S j tlonintrlcttrn OiIcrtfnL Ilnndlookon 1ntcatil patentIAtcnM lTd J Y tl4hlItt wlllloULclu111f III tho Scientific flmerican t r Ahan4cimollIIatratNt Keetlf Jrt 1 gyprrrfnarmouthMlbiuMM Co3ttpreaatr s Miw s y + BfABeh 00 MC V KM WMMwJM F 4ft HERALD MM 1 f f tJOB rxtrrr IISIt 4utatlitewl r Iro iI clill IJ 1 io l 1- R1F hf 1r r C 1 F 1 I r f Ii E J FHE HERALoI SPENCER COOPER EdUcr HAZEL CREEN KY I THURSDAY April 5 1000 +AnnOUn 8mEnT +i State and district I 1000 cnch county 500 No announcement iniule until the foe a paid KVIOKU Fur ilinlK Court ur Appitilx AppIJntclate for Judge of the Court of Appealnfrotn this District siiliicct to your notion Hive tioii November 1000 Kisnertfiillv ln C OUEAll For CoiiKr iiTimtli DUlrlrt 11111e authorized 1111 1lftl1 AUDSrAMPKUorfunptoii eitndidate Congress MiltJiiH Uolfr 111111 notion the Democratic purtr ritiii DAYJS1Pe 11 IIlltllt Connty Indue II County Mihjiot action I party Sliurlir IfIlIIl1 I i 1IlIlIlIlIlIcclIHmtMI nrc lit A us a fir of an nnlliorled to an I IIIillWIg CONGLETOJN 11 e arc nntlinrl 1111111111111IIII itiiI1Cearm nntliortid to T1 COMIJlS II fur the oflico of 01 Ill to the of the II I I I Ir Tnr LINDEN We are authorized to an nounce I ID I IIiIX l EN as a eaudldate for the iiiIII 1111 of Wolfe count subject to the llIlllrl the Demoeratio party 1111111 STAN 1EIl WlI are anthoried to l aou1nnccII I RANKI if ofIof the Democratic potty rl- t rIE1orCounty Atliiriic FULKSI n for County Attorney of Wolfe to the action of the Demo I iItollnilltlllll1 1 t Fur ilnllnr IIRfIf COMBS110 ore anthorird In 11111 jlli r ueri 1 jcct to the action of the Democratic party For County Court Clerk HJ H iiTUflI I I didate for reelection Clerk of the 111ii 1Ht County Court subject to the action WollcII i JlllrtIIJlm I I We are authnricd to IMIMIMOVH I theIOlilltylIl1rl I r of the Democratic partyI I I m lot A ritsir il U1 COOPER aunouuen 11I 1INIItO- OIEI I It rwnlidttte Assessor of Wolfe vaunts subject to rtJlJU11fur of the Democratic party thll ilUttl VILSON 11111 We lire authorised to IHII nounre lAKI WUSON1 a eaiididnte fur HOP Assessor of Wolfe county subject to the notion of the 1 lr Democratic iulrty Ior Count Superintendent 11 uKASIT 11111IIIIIC 1011111IIOIIIII unlhorined to an Iltnnaer MUSS IUKA KASII tif j y I InIt Wolfe Dotnocratie candidate county for party subject County toHIIllrilltllItll11 HB fr11j1j1alEEwr 1 II 0 A 1 I A V Intlurtlnee as as tWe an authorial III itiiiioiinee JOHN 11 TAUUlri as a eandlnale fur warty Su perintendent of schools fur Wolfe ooimty subject to the action ol the Democratic party Juwu AMOS DAVIS representing u Tlottnmn Hros Co Oiiuinnalii wholesale clothiers and candidate for congress from this district WitH i a guest of tho Day House ono dry lust weok Tlio Judge thinks tho outlook in his rnco is favorable and is gory much encouraged It Iwill bo soon that ho combines bus iness with pleasure if it bo a pleasure to canvass and ho is virtually killing two birds withono stone Whoa ho is selling cheap clothing and talking congress to his customers THK lutes sonsation is an open letter from S B Harro to Goy Bockham in which tho latter is charged us being an ingrato because ho did not give tho former tho of t fico of superintendent of tho Hop kinsvillo lunatic asylum Harrel it will bo remembered is the man who accepted n bribe front John Whnllon of Lcuisvillo and thoI fact that ho did so or the scandal t caused by tho accusition that ho did so was perhaps the reason that Mr Bockhnm failed to recognize him with tho reward ho requested r Two years of Mclvinloyism in Puerto Rico seem to have caused 11Rr3ator woo than centuries of Span J j lIp tyranpySt Louis Republic I I t t + V t +4oo +M oooooooooooooooooo ro4oooto tII I I III MY DKAII SPKNCKII tI have been rending Tin IIiiuu of Orccn nnd I lay it down to write this letter to ymi nod II on the good fight you are making jo crown your paper with HUCCCSS IInzclII thunder you have crowned it with success already for your cX Ii ilwhnt i i I i il However thnt Is not altogether whnt you tiC there for nnd the people of Wolfe ought to realize it and give you n helping hand dollar in every hand Every preacher every teacher every doctor goOt1II lawyer cvety merchant every worhingnian nnd particularly every should take the paper and read it from brut to finish ItI is of the county nnd the people i it tells what is going on in the county itII brings about an interchange of current information i it takes out to tho world what Wolfe county is doing and in that fnr keeps the people illI touch with their fellow beings beyond their county line i it is n letter toII i friends a guide post to tho possibilities of Wolfe nnd a four page display advertisement of what the county has to offer to those who lire looking forII a good thing A dollar invested in it is an expression of belief by every II person who does it in the excellence of his homeit is faith in Wolfe I shown by works The Bible says gad what the Bible says is n good thing to go by that a ruin who will out provide for his family is worse than an mid if keeping a bright newspaper alive in their midst isi not pro for their families iIM1I like in know what it is i IIhlfillelI inn not n resident of Volfo or directly concerned in it but I rend week and if I rich I I wouldHKUAID every were as as nm poor i a thousand dollars to you to make Tin HIIIAU boom in ccr No mUll is too poor to take and PAY hOlt his county paper IlIIndII IIIIoeretll into the poorhouse and from all I can learn Wolfe county many of that unfortunnto kind With Tin llruun for its own sake nnd one of the excellent week aeeklics or triweeklies that you combine with it for general every family in the county ought to be fully informed on all current I IIIICWS IWiII- II nest I am with kindest regard to your butter most sincerelyoWILLIAM JJ LAMPIONI New York City March Kith I ooJ0000000000000000ooooowawwsoooooool oooooooooo oooo000000 UNDKH tho head of announce melts in this issue willI appear announcomentof William H thoI who aspires to the olliof shorill of Wolfo county and socks the nomination at the hands of the democratic party to which family ho has belonged over since ho at tained tho rightt of suffrage Aye long before ho became of age IK worked for tilt interest of the party and never before nor since that time huts ho found it loo cold or too hot too wet or too dry to go out dry or night and work for any candidate whom tho party man agors suggested as in need ofsuch service Hilly Rush is about l years of age a son of John Hush of tho Torrent precinct but at an early ago ho WitS loft an orphan and has boon tho relaitcetof hid own fortune And that ho hits budded well will be told you byev ory man woman and child who has the honor of his acquaintance lie is a Master Mason an older in the Christian church and in all and every respect a good citizen To know him is to love him and the magnetism of the man is such that you are soon acquainted with hint His face is tho indix of integrity and his countonaco a manifest of his manhood Sober honest ca pable should Billy Hush receive tho nomination and bo elected to the place ho seeks ho will make tho county a model otlicer and ono to whom his coust ituents can point with pride I To asks the democrats to give his claims due considera lion lull bolioving that they will do so wo for tho present leave him in their hands confident tho while in his safety Two years ago lion W A Young democrat was elected to congress from tho Norfolk Ya district by a majority of 2300 lie was deprived of his seat by the re publicans lull1 his place given to his opponent Ho went back homo and two years later his constituents sent him back to congress by a I majority of 5000 Ho has been again unseated Kentucky repub licans doubtless justify notion like thisand they oughtnt to makesuch wry faces when they are required to take a dose of their own modi cine Gorgetown Times I Tin lluiiAU ono year tho Courier Journal otto year and the Farm Journal for fivo years All three for 100 r IFour Dollars for Ono 8100II COURIERJOURNAL 1 year 50 Published Twice n Week FARM JOURNAL 5 years 250 Monthly until Deccmer 1101 Total subscription S400- SP100 will bring you all throe if you send the money to me Respectfully etc- SrINCEIt COOPKK 1v 272J7vJ f Hazel Green Academy 1tj The Ilourth tern of the JGIV ient session will begin GOO JKsOpportunityQ s I K- Wtheexaminations fur teach y- NA ors certilicates MI- AK 011whlllI1 Ito 111 IXSIIIl riurd liar Irliliall should cared vv 4U here mud take the ttullllrs Re view worst WM n CORD Principal aZ NOTICE To Administrators and Guardians The law require that nil Administrator shall make settlement with till County Court within two years from their appoint meat and that till inardians shall tile an inventory of the real and personal estate of their wards within till days as a basis fora settlement gad stake settlement within ID days alter the expiration of a year from their lIIpollltmlIt and in as much as this law has not heen strictly complied with I now wart all Administrators 1IIIIIIinardians that they must comply with the law at oust Ubennnder my hand this Feb tit 1JOO litT ClJXTHU County Judge UjiMt of VolfConnty DO YOU WANT ITALMOST FREE TUB Illustraleake luckia IIt iis superbly illustrated1 monthly 1tht size of Harpers Weekly devoted exelus holy to the Historical Industrial Social and Sentimental lIeIII Kentucky It Iis mihllshed at Louisville by Yeuowine te lipseomh at cLo0 a year If you haven t seen it send Stir tree sample copies We will club it with THK HAKL GKKKX HKKALD I for a trifle more than the price of your homo paper IIf you will renew or end us a cash subscription 1 50 re will send you this 1 I rand the IlUSTitATKM 1 KKMTfKlAN both postpaid for one year Address 91IiNcKIr CUUIIU lltirl iritii KY for acceptable ideas State If patented THE PATENT RECORD Baltimore Md Subscription price of the PATUNT KECOKD tJOOI per nunum Samples free TO eruu A COM IN ONE HAY Take Laxative llroiuo Quinine Tablets All tlnunistrf return money if it fail to cure 25c The genuine has L B Qou each tablet i THE LEADING CLOTHING HOU K NTUcr 1 Louis Gus Straus E 1l o 0 u0 hDYAUCEf IPti PRICES 10 ADV NGE IN PRICES 1 440000 Wortll of Fie C1ot1- iillSAT ll THE OLD PRICES Iyout I BEAUTIFUL SUITS AT 500 Other Dealers ask 1000 Beautiful may Worsted Suits atJmOther Dealers ask 1000 I 11ChildreDs11 r will save you 40 per cent Largest in the state When you come to Lexington make our store your headquarters tLQUIS 5 GUS STRAUS LEXINGTON KYI3Mail Orders Filled Promptly PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION YEAR And you want the news You also want Editorials worth muling AVo make this Unprecedented oiler for the period of three months You can scculeII The Morning Herald Of Lexington KV the Great Tattler of the Blue Grass The Kentucky Stock Farm rfrottingIln1SC1 The Hazel Green Herald FOR OXU YEAR FOR ONLY SIXct DOI41LAliSPrice of the Morning IfernldI alone wG00 Price of The Kentucky Stock Farm allure 200IPrice of The Jtnxel Green Hernld alone ii- i6O OLL FOR SIX DaLLARS 6- fIN 0 Q n I S j t tJ12 Sr I have just received tho fittest lino nnd greatest variety ofII LADIES AND CENTS BOOTS ti = SHOES over brought to tho mountains nnd having bought them before tho recent rise in loather 1 am prepared to suvo my customers money on every purchase they make 1I want the ladies especially to exaiiin0 my stock For the price I can show thorn a frontlace shoe that is a i worldbeator It is rodeos n beauty and to thin touch makes Otto fool that the shoemaker got hold of tho kidglovo stock EoHeHpoctfnlly ROSEDWers Ezcl KI HKPHKSKXTS SLING LUFF JOHNS 5 CO AVHOLESALB BOOTS + AND + blIOES Hopkins Place UALTIMOUK MD Respectfully solicits a share of the trade ol uiouutaiu merchants YoJF MAIL ORDERS For anvthinc and everything In the line DUUCJS StXDIUKSTOILCTI AntI TO11t000JC14ho promptly niled1 by us 11 rile usbell yon cant fluid what your want in your stores JAS K COOPKU Urucguttv 6113 LEXINGTON K Now is the time to get cheap rcadiDIr Y lsj 1 r r J HeadacheIk often n wnrnlns that the liver Is I torpid or Inactive More serious I troubles rosy follow For a promptJJ eillclcnt cnro of Headache nnd all jjvcr troubles tatoII Hoas fPfjD JsIWhllo they rouse tho liver restore full rrgulir iirtioa of the I t wls they do lIt gripo or ruin l i nut Irritates JiitLirullK internal rgnngI but have n positive tonic sweet cIat all drtiBfiists or by mall ofII c I Hood 1L Co Lowell Stars 11 a = h fII IE1MB J rpR RW RRIIRRRR RtRRRRt RIR AX FARM JOURNAL Great From now to Dec IOO3 Offer l 1 iy 5 Y l 111i1i uiTuiiutMiUiil made1 I with the publishers 111 tho FAUM Torn T wo in1 enabled to omlII Mint iii t ovtry tmWrilicr who I pavs for TIIK 1IEUAL1urn year nh lId for only 100 both IIHlwrriI for th priuo ufoUI uulylilli lm J nor one your and the KAUM loni NAii from now until Docomhor 1tUOaI I I 1 IDI TotUNu s I1 old 1 tHII1i hOI pa per otijoying great popularity one i of tli1 best and most useful farm papers publishod This oflnr should bo accepted Ii with ut d1I1YInwnaes t Is 1 iuiuMIIIIIt roally slow anil basil ful or is it 0111I IlIhy N our plain duty to 1orto Uieo to be I collected at the custom housctltII Wliiii It rrilly wuises tit most 1I11irll1III i1Ivn the Philippines or peaco in Porto Uico The fanner are all buy now getting i in tli ir iprrflgorop+ and garden time is at hand And it was all risked for the sake of the Connecticut tobacco growers and the sugar forces I Is it pwibK that the llriiish are K lug ttollk t the old discredited I regret to sllltr dii of riporls It isi ut leiut to Lard Salisburys credit that In lias sot yet said anything about r bituViil ntlyitdinilanngthe I5oers S S litnleyof tho Vhito Day blouse Winchester Ky was in town on Tuisiliy iiiterviiAias our till rrlutu ts Iv Frank Ires Wilson prcachod Sunday morning at the Knso school house to a large and appreciative audience Will Uivedon rLprifOiilini the Power Oroivry lo Paris Iy WHS in town ni iuisiluy full a uutst of jut liy lloitc Tim McQ representing tin Van Dortii Flarlwaro lo Lexingtuii was in town on Tu slay 1IIHI a jtuost of the Hay Hull so Stop the leaks on tin farm Get a lligjlol Swiuo Hook nnd learn how to do it Published by Wilmer Atkinson Co Philadelphia u Horn on the nth inst to the wirIIf t U llolloii near IJaynlioro a girl Dr John Tanlbee olliciated at tho ceremo fin A hock Mountain mule the properly of Hub AndorRon was a curiosity soen on our stnrts Tuesday Its curly hair seas the attraction h TV irsvit njiiililicans of other days ntp I to tlr ii iinMr the people pocketbooksMU + es NVttin Wlieoler andI MollieI HdMv uvn f Ilszelretns most fasci iiatinn beauties enjoyed splendid ride II Suitl iy utttl ii on yraerful steeds II TAKE ONLY the 1 lef when yon luiil ft nicdiciiic I Ioo lsSarsipi rilh Is tho bt blood purillir norve anti Htoinadi loiu ill SNOODS Two yiiiiuc Aimlimn olllivrs have Committed suieido in the Pliilippines witldii a reek whilo insiin with fever Yet they tell us that those islands are I salubrious I No I wrollgInever changed his mind mud that L as to tilt advisabilityi of his own rc elec- tionI i hut six didlars wo offer for one year tlirpo paper Jtbo conibinodl priccof IliIiI I I LoxingtonI FurmlllllltIe for T nilglorrnt liluffhiI e Sa1ll1hIlf Ocils mothor MM Jo raag0Our pninlfnoaresideuce SateYilSOIln modOrate Mers promptly answered i readfnbIr 4 r andTuesdny Corhirtwings Bud gents straw hats which uroiI extra title neck ties etc She served an intwoillLouisl1leas to stylesand material of all things that willobtain during the season In short she millinery has the most magnificent line of I I overIi5phlcll I basingbought i I fOfll1lrI I as an which hums ben rrfurlliare tilt ladies of Hazel Green and viola tlllltblltopening The poet omen lull a representative ClcLslawherllhl1hcartlI the organ by MisI Mia t oil Mini th poet tr od1 his hum but rlIlIlIrkdWIIl1 he I amliof the pieces he would like to playthlllll put him before Il piano and it was no trouble for him to play the nnt dilhVult t pieces Horn to lilt wirIf Tavlr Johnson oil Sunday moriiii I girl She his not yet been named and the pater fami ijhas granted the editor of this paper j privilege of namini her which will be i done with our next issue Till privilc i was requested because the baby dibiilant i is said to bo a little beauty which fact conics to the credit of her tnanm us Uiiti papaDr1aulbeo I I Ito Swart who bus 101111 luiyiog amid making ties in this county has just closed n contract to grade a smile sad a half of the Ohio and Kentucky railroad lying on the Judge Hampton farm Hreathitt county Passing through illII agnnlin1 Swart lives at Olympiain Hath county nod lids been encaged in the tic business for years If iinterested in horses eows or sheep take the Farm Journal It iHII wonderfully good little paper nil you ought to take it Wo can send Tiir IlriuuI f ont year rind the Farm Journal nearly fi yiirs romaindorof llOOI and all of 1001 W2 WO and I00all fr lW This only to now and od subscribers who pay in lillIe 1tyup Mr 1innoy the driimmiT informs no that aim milt nlpl to rah time Ilay City iink on Sinirday uijlit Thr ohargos if dyiiainito vvcro used and a jimmy 1Ipj plied to tin vitV lltr1 lint witlmnl III III A ioun 1IICII1liS one of the parties was arrested on Sunday morning at Ml Sterling Tin 1I1IIr nil nhu M- Iiiiiini h bur rni IIIUAIII- 3iimli I I uuty 11111 11rd IlifV iii ri Hfiliillv urged to riinxv at niui iiuil lalti iiiUiiiilnuy f our Hub rain with the 1111II CoiirliTlciiirniil tar fi iliiiiriiiil f ir ntaarmrn mil I 1111I1HID1 Turk Itnlloek a forennui on the rail road tunnel coniuclitii ltd river cud Caney was killed on Tuesday ltling l by the pnmattiro explosion of a dynn I mite charge I lie was a brother in law I of Jill Cunditr of our county and Iris wife and two or three children survive him Jim Wilsoni I Manager for Wilson A Cu above laysbir dealer Iin general merchandise asks time people of that vij daily to call and inspect tilt finest line of footwear for ladies and cents that was ever seen in the mountains and prom ises that tho prirei an richl u I Again let U lUXe eerv iniMiiber to be present at the morning service IHow can any ono afford to remain away t tNem cot nut the assembling of yourselves togeth er as the manner of some is Doc this apply to you- Agents on salary SlfiOO per week and expenses the greatest agent seller over produced evry stock and poultry raiser buys it on sight Hustlers wanted Itof foronco Address with stamp American Mfg Co1erre 1 ItIIII1 Ind tf People Believe tslut tilty read abuiit 1I hindsI 1 Sarsipnrilla Tluy know it is mil honest medicine ami that it cures Oct Hoods nod only Hoods Hoods Pills cure all liver ills re hove constipation aMt digestion We The topics ff MraimiMi the Christian church on Sunday will be nIl III m ChrNtian Procre IInd at 780 p m True Submission John M Ilcnyof Maytown1 was up Wednesday to hays some bills printed advertising his line saddle horse Ned Forrest1 of which wo will speak moro fully next week and sump eribed Your tHxia are due ami must be paid low So please call and settle null save rouble as I nm compelled to collect H F IIKBATT D S A irAXlKD SKVKIIAL 11WiOs FOn U JMntrict Office 11nnn ers In this state to represent mo In their own and IlIIrronnt fug dimities Wllllns to 11ar yearly 600- payable weekly Desirable nninlcivilir t with unusual opportutiitlen Itcferencrs ex chnui lad Knclose Neirndilrcoscd stumped envelope S A IAllK 320 Caxton Build tag Cblcago2tJOm p iLLiY d h i s AN 13 j r no to are at to do in or to i be I to at I is I us ts I I Timo Table in Effect Oct 21 1899 I No I Noi i uxl i I 1 I 7 lit uni 1 to pull 10 HIM i 2 tl pull l i Indian on am t 22 pin Clay Il am ritunton t 25 II p- Filson l 1 1 30 I 4I 01 pun Dnmlti HI I Ii I ao 0 fil1 Iii Inn 1 l Athol 00 Iml c ===c D = l Dally ex I 8UIII I I i I 7 IIIIIII 2 18 pm t Tnrrcnt 7 17 am a io Pil- lNat H M pm Dunduc S OS am a M pill Filson H 10 nm t 11 pin Stanton S 33 nui I 3 23 Ill Clny City K 42 am 3 33 ptiI Inilitin fMt Ii 60 nm A IS ptu 0 16 11111 4 03 pm UJ nm 4 1C pm Avon 1Ic9 lUll 4 35 pm 10 1C am 6 00 pm J It CUAS lea Pae Agent a w 1 Md have just finest iiI1inery Goods Millinery Trim Dress Dress Trimmings9 Shirt Waist Silks etc Hazel Green Also a 9ine Gents STRAW IIATS NOK TIES etc unsurpassed for T TTT AJb U iiJEl Ifl TVS1 KASH ROSE DA VIS TIIK WagoQrQaRBIS Have time write butIthey stand and ready and willing all times any work their line for cash prompt paving Those indebted the firm will please considerate lough call and settle once toImust have what duel payout own debts Lexington and Eastern Railway BAST SOUND jII 2- sTATIONSDaily rxJDiiily Sinnliiy Sunday AMlVcjIM 1ILexington lII11 11111IllIIIIClIjli CityU 1Wl1II 11111I nllliI I11- NntHriilgc 11111BCltltIIII114I1I1r WEST 1iUNIl- 1 I1STATIONS 0I111In pull 11111oth111111nlhgnIieuttyvc1c IlridgeI 011111l LtKJuncn Wiiicheitcr Lcxtcgton IIAUIlGenl Manager SCOTT I opened the line of mings ood and Ribbons ever seen in of beauty BIacRsmitns customers i r I RIGGLE BOOKS A Farm Library of unequalled value Practical r Uptodate Concise and Comprehensive Hand i somely Printed and Beautifully Illustrated By JACOB BiaQLE i No lU1GOIB MORSE LOOKtAllnlxwt Morsrt a Coirm n t iiv Ttc tl r with ove- rTlIIIuNnaonanstuel1 sik 1tltc jnCcnU I No 2WaULH BERRY nOOK k All aluut RioMim siil 1 nuts rrnil and tenrn how cOllIn III tctdnteIlift 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Whitehall N1181s3ZSZ12112iZSZ121P t 2S Z3718 A HOFFMAN SON MANACJKUK MT STKKUXO KY IiWI HOFFMANPIERATT lJ21F11It aneic + A ftCe l1eV 17 FIIIK OOMPANIKS 11KP11ES33NTED I LoniiM ncfjotiuUul and nil I calm IH lf Ube niountnins flolicitcdj RESTORED MANHOOD I TI nIIPf rL 1Dni I l I JIIhoOF EVERY DESOKI T IINEATLY I10111TLYIXFOUTI OnEAPHY 11111 UtHUt MIlL dA1121Atr11ON GUARANTEED IN ALL UA1 1 tiU sate A 1 lM r 4X rr rtt r II r 94F T 2fco taad0 Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know itm Row To Find Oct Fill a bottle or common glass with your WAter and let It stand twentyfour hours a sediment or set tling Indicates an condi r I your ltrcn It is evidence of kidney trouble too frequent desire to pass pain In the back is also convincing proof that the kidneys and Mad der are out of order What to Do There Is oomfcrt In the knowledge so often cxproMod that Dr Kilmers Swamp Root the grodt kidney remedy fulfills every i every i cf the urinary patwge It corrects Inability wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant I necessity of being compelled to often I realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases If you noda medicine you rhould have the best Sold by druggists In We ands I slios You may have a sample bottle of this II II II It that discovery both t II1 free by mall unhealthy IneY It or IheIpastingIt tlmjduring IIwonderful Dr Kilmer It iiomeof BWapkrt N Y When wriirg men II IIIIaddreas this generous offer In thu paper do UNY N E1 rS NOTES i i 0 ltJu intluru IlIlortiClII A11 4rrisp- o13denc0 miut lle in this olllcu by t Monday nigh of such week and ii itbutnuurliy on Monday iii riiinu i j Our corrDHpniidenti tiro derelict in duty f and wo waul to say that henceforth they I tllllwuuldtipundonl upon them for the news rod wlion they full to Mtid III thuir favor I tliuy put ii8 to Kraut iiicoMViiiiiMirn I BWANOO HlTUNOti MAYJNUH Mrs Marga rot Uney Wild out al Day iiltubht Bwango and Charley Craft were at tfialum on 11riday John Clark of Toliver was with us I HnndayHanford I Craft IH HpendhiK thin week in liMorgnu county J S11eu thrush lllllinijH of Hael green vUlltidl Mini Cornia Hint Knndity- llarrimm fcjwango accomptinied Uev t Henry Mills and wlfu to Campion lust I Itt week l I MliwM Clout NioVol and Mando Tanl hctt of IayNIIroI gavu IIH a plennitnl cull Friday 3 llarnion Kwango unit hiIII Knuh mast a ImnhifiM trip to MuCansoy taut I week l A lilgdnn tint mailI route contract or of Budulia Telllu county Mo wad a guest of the Hprings lust wok Mm 11 II Hwangoree1Ived a fall last week which rendered her almost help Ice alo HuHerlng excruciating palm Quito n till nher from ihU place at tended thu Kundav ochool al laynhoro which proinUe anal wu hope lo ho a sue ccaiftil one I Tho HWCMI nlulmlyof the hlrdn the blunting lamhtf the tinkling cmvlmllr and lliu geehaw of thu farmer boy are around tin am welcoming xpring who iis lowly hut Hiiroly opening her dreamy ovea laduned with thu richest of natures t juwuU the dins drupe to adorn this till mother earth of ours tlml IIIIM hues nnoozlng BO long under winter covering lint lot IIH turn our thoughts to the cor respondent to Till IlKIUIDI It ceoillHI Id inu that thu iiioot of them are Y HIIOOV lug aim Now pleaso wake up lake up your puns andI lpaper lnimur the hems of your nelglihnrlioiid down lo thu dow dropH of common House 111111 drop thorn hi on our editor who Inm boon HO patient with us and HO willing to give IIH one lingo of his valtiahlu paper that It may i I sal an full of now im tho earth Iht of hndu waiting fur aCDiivenhiit Henson lo burst forth into the beautiful Unworn which illU our homun wllli thoir llagranco April 0 l- Not OVKR THE mvnn- Mlsxai Molllo Switiitid 11111 Nora lco wont UliliiK Haturday lira d111 J Oney win viHitiiiK in Days bore ono day lust wook Dire Dora Hwnnpo made a Inutiicm t call ovor tlto river 1riday- Mr Iltlnn May of JhMII wiiHvU ititiK In thls vicinity Sunday J 11 DolltiHkand family woro vifiUliiR 1rJ A Taullico and loudly Saturday and Huntley Mini Gnllio Tanlhoo tutu yo scribe had u plciiiuint lit roll Monthly in tho woods hunting wild Howem- KdwnrdOnoyumUilHsldtor MltwOallle loft Monthly for lucknoti tho hittor will enroll In school nt taw S 1 IACH Col 4 leglato Iiihtltnto- flamlfonl Ornft who 1ms bcon very III with heart trouble U rapidly Improving inco Ito bcgftn tho use ol Strange wntor Aptlllil YKNO J c s IFtar OILLMORE OLEANINGB d41IL Graham had the inhfortuneof getting about 100 puuuel of fence burned by fire the 1th hilt Jan M ElyI bas Kneetn Quicksand and will be absent about 10 dsye cawing lumUr at bid tt Min mill which in local tJd1Jlr the residence of C W Minix and lifter which time he will move hit mill balk in this vicinity Thfi was nome ijillifulty cjcrwrrrd in thin urigbturhdod u low 111 Burr Iw tweeii two litixlilMirn and fur which everyone greatly regret Null bUpjiociijf tht every one hub iuwrii the particular the writer through reBjwct tu Ixtb pitrier ia HlentKlder V IP Uilwn preached at llil placu Hund y last to a quid cfinfrr aI tlHlld att M Jil u the oidiimnce of I It aiiUin in the IxrnoHt lit here lIndUf lJACY crfektlne8rctII month Mud herb had 11 zUlltiu clinrcli jn about one Hiuutli Mr WitI wjn is H candidate for iwesr of this count subject tu the artion of the drlI i eiNt party toward which he bps al ways boll very zealous nvur having Mcratched his ticket nor norm failed tu vote And this being thethe INrt would do well t i give him touiethioir a Ii NH iiimuragMiieiit this Inill biN Qrtl limo in II e U ask fur otUcc and baring mi iiivalii wife and five small children to liuPIfrt We think there iis noueIlher That i0i more nerdywhile we hear ofl iitbfi hut lire tlloflhll if that UfO nl jthdrur but Muni advrrtiardi ix i pt Hill Hjwnrer CixifKr wI4 to alwi M tiwul IIINII Mild editor of Till llKiui + and wt lind IIP comes Iin with the IIi4of nn in VNlid wife b il minor I hr children Ne JUt orry that Hnia NjlNtl awlPier Iris ipHNiiij ouch othor lust still iu n fret fight- April 11I LKflfJ HBMf- HTOLIVBR TOiICB Lug rollinu U tho rare of lliodsy latneti Mimday and lamily of Tolirot un on the hick list Miss NVltiu Clark ill rcporUd to lit some butter Itriice Howling san tho day Hnnday with CletisHwaogo- Thero will b0 services at Handheld nextHninlav KHhter Bases Carrie Hwango road EllA lIvash took dinner at JedI Calronn Sunday Itlissi ICtta Hwa po spent from IIViday lill Monday with hur purelits lit Toliver- Jlenry Hlamper and wifn spent the tatty1 Sunday with Mr laid Mr A II tSwangoMUtiH Nannie Stvango and loiint Wheeler IIIYIJ Ethel Toliver a pleiiinnt cull1 1 tHnnday- Mr and Mrx Will MeNabli of Hael ireen ppent Sunday with their daughter Mrs loe Cat run IDont forget tho prayer meeting every Friday night t all around and uke H putt in the good work Ue sue nothorizwl to ask thu intfin hers of the Sindlield elinrch to he pres nit Hnnday 1 leister to nrgani4 n Kim lav NehMil at tliHl plum Tuin Day near hot 1I1ItY 1111 MivI i Klllit llonaker were 1I111rh1IIfI the Tuli int at the hums of the brides parent I I Ilt llonaker Toliver May snccens anal joy j II with them through life lea Calron find a lug rolling iSaturday and haila dehcioin dinner picpnrcd AinotiK lllone who helped silt the tillkoy were Mr 01I KMI MM A II Swan jo Mrs lFrank Uiwlin and MM ltar- loud Dennis of Kel and ltla Swnnjfo Misses Ivash and loices Wlieehr two- eharnitugyuungliIuIf4N from I lael Greeni anie home with Nannie Swango Friday mil stayed till Monday morning and re purl a line lime April 1h1 unit flux BREATHITT COUNTY JAOICaON JINGLES Nearly every sue isI hnxyI here IIIIWii 11ishingInlI lliuin nod iiU Ibelter 1 IWlIIFlailing woiiis dayTam user a Morgan tsounty boy iis hurt nttunddngschool Schools are progrossiiig niculy new lIIJllIlIllluolhHIIllwh Wtol Miss CallioOnoyof near llaswl1 Ireen iinu tip Monday to entur mutt normtti Illlill tlll JIlt llov C A UKIIII null I ev11 II11al- 1b1of this plac are attending presbytery lit Voisalllos Mrs C A Logan nod Mrs Win Din widilio aro viiiitiiig their parents and friends this mouth MrI Mollet state secretary of the Y MI C A lecturedat the H II1 Lees In stilnto Sunday evening at 9 oclock- Tho new Presbyterian church at thisI place will soon ho completed and then will ho dedicated about taw first Sunday In May Hiss Maud Kwlng the charmhiK niece If C I1C iFrench 114 been viiitiiiKi cela livon and friends at Sunton the punk week Tho tcnchcrs of Ithe Mazml Hehnol thtirImmeI I placo recently Hherman Copo returned recently from Hot Springs greatly improved lIrlI- ill Inters Nllioics Anno and IlU ttieii turned from their visit III Mistotiri Mist Laura ItiiwIiiigH who IIIIH boon in Cinclnnall and Covlngton for tho past two Wfokn htiying tho Spring null Sum mer millinery for Day Co returned Monday Days Mill U now running and it was very Interesting to IIH to go all through It and soo tho ninny diUeront movements etc whoa trying to saw thousands of foot of Inmbor per day April t9 Louts r MORCAN COUNTY MAYTOVN MISSIVES Mia Annie ICsliiti iits teaching a very NUcuesAful Kch ulal this place Clay Little of Iuneroytou wall JtI peasant vii iiir in our town ewrdIlYI Mim 1Klltii Biman Im returned from H wetke visiti witli her brother on Still wtPrIMifS Minx Nickell hits returned brick in our town We are glad to havu her in our Midst Ielicit Arctic Day fctlll intinne very lowI but little hiKe of hint beingwit Ii us but u hurt tulle Mrs Alex Jutrlck has jut returned fIpim H weeks visit to her daughter Dlrs An Yen near Ezel C T Kauh is now nicely located just below f wn and we welcome him mid his cMJmnhle family III our circle i lamed Katun Iis suffering very much from a severe wound just above the left eye canwid 11a plank falling from a burn loft Till family of batty Gambell left CHII Sunday morning fur Walnut Grove We are err to give them up but our loss isi Walnut Groves gain uilua number of the young folks and i alsoI arvi nilof the older ones met al i IP Hlf Jordan Wills last tlUruy night mid were rovitlly enteriNined by the muic of the phnugraphl I Mltwf ftH TiiiiiMe Norn Nirkell rare Tniiilile iind littler rciczIliwere vinitiog their i rdmtptretitr alIsal Mrs Jordan WilU Saturday Mud rtumlnr Iflied H turdny llai Jennie the little daughter of Wr and Mrs W Hill of near Flat ICocfc Tilt fnueral tervicf wnt iieid at Maytown Monday morning nf ter which the remains wire laid to ret by her grim ndlraentr in Mnylowo ecru story The literary bwiety roll now bas about 0 lilt III Ir held Hi the school Ovary lliUfMlay night Tim fotluwing lire the ilII1oI i j j SecretHiy t Miey11kN1runa Nefl Treasurer J1 1K IIIIIIIA I I J JI I CONSOLATION CHAT ID IIt Oldfield wax the guest of JIJ 0- OJcllllhl 5 Sunday Mrr1 Samples of Kel was the guest of 111I Wallace Saturday 1Irs1I 1 M1 Tyler ii visiting her daugh ter in Magotlin this week IJo 1 F Cecil and wife were visiting on the MurphyI fork Sunday MUsI i Itotiniit CecilI Inrlft Marl attended meeting on Lucy creek Sunday Incidentally we learned that Robert Brul jis hk Irlllll ll1lrlllill Sow II I Kilimi iiil rlIIl1y11ItI moved from Magnlliii ln11 0J Jldfied farm I visitinghisI days Mfo- Uev II 11 Itlankeiiship iis alllicted like lohe lint ho is not MI patient as that good 1111111 Mrst W M1 IMWHOII Iis confined to her room cull is in a critical condition with lung trouble John I Oldfield will likely get married soon hut we dont want John to think we know it for John i iIt model boy The dollies of A J1 llliinkcnhips baby ntiiirlit fire Prissy evening while itn pHrentH 14 re nl tin haw milking and It Will almost Imrned to death before Us lather could extinguish the llanns the clothing was hnriud oil the child April 10 IniFII I I I I I I a I I Sweet Bells Jangled I Out of Tune ndI1nrshII KtmVnii rnrr tleicrlptlon std thou duIiwnnltnt ulcllyI nervous a burden to thiiiuelvm ntul their fninlllm Their Hwtet dlalxatttunslife KIIIIC unit they like the tells acorn knilly out of tune Uut Inure U a remedy They cau ui- oMcELREES Wine of Cardut It bruijn lialth to the womanly organism and lnalth there meansII strengthsitixnverIt I fog null disease have nlmttcred It is tho niVit perfect remedy ever devised to restore weak women to perfect health and to make them attractive druggistsFor spectat t01l9It The Ladies Advisory De If Tho Medipartment Chattanooga due Co Chattanooga Tenn UKV J W RM1TII Onmilen R C says IMy wile used Wlnaof Curdiil at hornet I elillre1ycumlbel SEND NO MONEY ATMDwill ued oel01MBNI- AOIDiOGAGIat11DtD1GOtIwIBBMAGM1Bt Iatthl- w la 01 nd b uekucaot elte aIi 1uuu z3eaaotuet styearnearetetttithtdepot andItfd- urlOfUaflJcUlltI n DIed u rtinrllL- rtM tuueta HoU ovud THk vuirurr eihciii suers ut i r Special Otter Price 1550 lnall a esi our ntirhtwtllanitrtghtLare ral nuroroKtibutmli QIYI IT TIllU NDITIII TiIALIn nuGreedtluOU II ou1ioud 1 all fulir descrtbed IB our Ini iiaa IlalaUM lutllltu larltilt VKtir VUil C1CUICT BIKKIC I toe irtatrt IrrlfrI say kae- E3EWARE OF IMITATIONS Y1o = rii- tl4rmrelr vdrnna rla HiwrOIIIIDN with 110M la- dHta Nrltewr1raAt kauekar wlis M4WW1rrd- pl rnry MOlltKI lirKUIUMT HE BURDICKa OOOU WilT Or naT HICU = lkallk idllll MillE WITH TIIK Lylhebrtt i1rrr bur I ke boa OKtcrlnl monty SOLID QUARTER SAWED OAK DROP ptsl CAna9avai a 1ITteLtpeiuaeda rdrAtLr olLtruprnwrU lL Ilr1rthtaLle all111 to Iaee g QLtorowUI010111II l- tDOMeIaxxIrltlrtwd CUARANTEEDIiilrtIrulrwdraWaid InloDtrILr Iis rk7 al11 tanLagLanInlerntwtSLtttlymatlilpI- T COSTS YOU NOTHING tl our ri 1 rII il at ua It IWki II FOR SALE JL f e na tJ rot Near Hazel Green 00Irriringtochang my IIH of rtiii denee IIufirr my fnrui Hiljniiiing tlic town of lltiill C irreti ut private tale fri- t limited ti- meX200 ACRES Nearly nil of which is III a good state of ultivatiun 100 acres being rich button landLargo Two Story Dwelling with ten rooms all of which have lust been remodlcd and put in jiood repair Two first clahx stock horns uud all neces nary otithuildigK Tliorc is a Good Orrlianl and n never failing well at the linuce In deed the hest well in luihtern Kentucky The entire place Id tinder fencing nearly new nod Will bo Sold at a Bargain For further information see or write to WTHWANfJO Hazel Green Ky Our ice retnrnril If we fall Any one sending hkitth nnil tlrvrljition of any Invention will iiliniilly rcdve our opinion free concerning the pIltutIllly of sjone slow to Obtain a Iilcnt kcnt niKii reiiieht Intcnts secured till 1111111 iiHadvertlhed fur hale nt oureincnae agarfa1riotan Illustrated and widely circulated journal consulted by Mamifactiuer and luvettoriw Send lor Minplcctiy fREE Address VICTOR J EVANS A CO Patent Attorneys Evans Building WA8HIMGTON D C 11for acceptable Baltimore PATENT If patented RECORD Md Ideas nubscriptlon price of the IATKNT Kuoouu 100 poraununi Bauijk tree urViTi1 srviiuI IKitsovs FOre Dintriet Ollice Miinapirit in thin tttMe to repnNiiit me In their utvu rued Nnrrinind nag counties Willing to pay yearly iiIO Itivalile weekly lleslrilili employment with unusual opportnniiiiN UrfiTfiiris ox liuiiKCil IJicldhC Mltaildrchsid Ktiininid iiiviliI II S A IAItKIIOCaxInn llnlld Ing Cluengn JGCin FarmIIOR StlIJ l1 Having determined to locate at an other point I other for sale at private contract my farm near Halem Morgan nniiity Ky containing SacresID acreH of which in timber land of good quality On tam placo in a modern j room real denco and all nccewary onthnildingH i a never falling well of fino water i a storeroom MxlM feet with full length ware room along Dido MJ AN ORCHARD 4- n of 40 Young Troos representing several varieties of fruit Is now in hearing and n source of revenue A Church and School adjoin the promises nod tho neighbor hood In unexcelled for good behavior sobriety etc 8100000 WILL BUY IT and the terms ho rondo to suit ratty reasonable JlllrehnflcrIF M LONG or SPENCER COOPER Hazel Green Ky 1 J iM ra0i DcII K9 The leadir SpeIeii i cil1 nclcar 20YuAnS litI 0 2COC30 CURED SECURE EMISSIONS IIil Pall toe 1110 llIlIorlllILI t IIUl tbtiirrikfI 14 prII1 MCI I lll tI1ftLrafishg lrtalnfyuqtuuTry IIIIIUr11IIIIUlI wrakursor ttxurle errr our 1 err MitlitM j reutucnt Mill j itnljl CoroNO CURE NO PAY n orlitterIT mupxiotureore nut raft till runs Our New JlctLudH ill euro you You run uorltk 250000 CURED R J Young Alan You Silo ttle fitble jnril hiiiHjir nrrvoii lrritalh and nCIIIIIIl a nit IHCOIIIO forgetful IIItlnato and tit94udtuI Mutchi HIM JmlltI tollnrfrIIlI f thu hlitflit cfur Clttcn- crWECUREVAR1COCELE Xd malt r I IIKrloim your cao oily IIMS nr huw Inns ynu tuny hut hiul it our NiV MKIIKU IKiTMLNT Mill euro It Ilia wormy reins return to thilr uormnl cdiiilitinn ntil Inure Hit j rexunl orgnaN reecho prolur nourirli nitiit Jliu ureniie hrcniun vltnlitiri nil iinniitiinil drains or llrrrs ciu o iuI tIUIoOrlrrIWIltHNO rimI vii IAV NO OIKHA TION Nil SAUY NO DLIKN Y ilON I ItOM lllhiNIS TEED1vI + hiiT KMIiSIONS llllIlll t i 11ii I I N 1KV iliMiiKf rn N n f t Jf1NF- HEE I r r IOUKU iiui tiiMuiK M MUHKH ATI If inuhl tocml t- rfrId n OIIKIIOV UIANKI fur llUML kU 1ltLtiM1- NI1raa I KERiNEDYfi tERGA 122 W FOURTH ST CINCINNATI O f lir 7 VJ1lI nw 1IIUII e Gifts for Five Million Ladles The Mont 1t1I1I rim hJ OlOr Kver Mad liy n Knllalilo Cioicrrn- IMitorl Hvi JliKlN IlHUAin- IleiiHn announce that fur n limited time we will give nlioliitclv free an elegant ilerling sliver plated augur hhell choice ot any of our dna paltertisto clew married lady In time Ililted Stultn who will write ui II letter hinting that 1111 her first request for sue of our Nouvenir gifts We will promptly Nunil illustrations from whlh Mlirllon maybe mule There IN lint 11iug to Illy The gin iIN llllMllllll urubtcelDlamok iui tlihMn IIIIIIISI offer is to of junker Valley Silver 11iI I 1 that we ean do We will nut semi there 1 sugar Hhelln to HSN if iiame1 Thin iiI too expensive a gift tour ml persons who don I liNk for It themselves Tlienfore each lady will ileitis sid her own name only hut one to a family and none to children W die plime write today giving full loltInlliei address 01 AKIMt VAMIY MICj CO Mora nu Jind llnrrlsnn stsrhicngn111 CAVEATS TRADE MARKS COPYRIGHTS AND DESICNS Bend your binlnon llrrct to Wiuhlmrton nyc tlino roiti iris bettor sir 1ce- Iy oalt titer to U L Patent Omer TALL prI lSri uamlutlenPLRSONALATTLNTIOH01VLN mad Alljr 0 sot clGO 4- v1rcard li LALr atoll 4SstEJP1JUJIICE Book tdroejh 0IIU tcrltpulaI If Patents procu04 E aotIIcI without l INVENTIVE ACEWuLBW mOIlUilytlnfDth JIrUnDfjfl o F SIGGERSWABHIN f cA ST lnowlwO i r j1KEI j I CUCCENHEIMER CO LYXCIiniMlO VA nlJlorttrll nod Jobbers of Pry Good No lions and Fnnoy Goods Wo tnsnulactaN the well known II IJKATSALL PantJ Overalls Ilnld your orders until youthim t h