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T r = r tJsmoolTHE HAZEL GREEN HERALD 1 1 I ==iiiccii i Established March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story of It Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORen r TIM nnT7r 1 11M rKl = SII t SEVENIEENfII YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 18 1901 NUMBER 2 t SEE PAGE L cJI SISCau tnnltn J raneeThstt oooolacooeeaoeoeoswoa onrnir ninl Killtor COUNTY + DIRECTORY f it CoCltTQenter IT Third Monday in January Foiirtli sand Tlisrd Monday inMonday in April 8lltcl1 berlulDAVII 15 Kumvivn TIII1I ItA F BnIl4t1llIlrl1l1rtlth Attorney j iF IXSAXT Muster CoiiiniiMOHiT C 0 IIAXKS Jrusltt Jury Fund tor 0 to COUNTY COURT use First Monday iin each 1Iollthtl II n T1 Crs rrit nudge W S TiTT Clerk A 1 Tom Hheriir of nJ 1J JTAMiKi County Attorney ISAAC Iv Cams lailcrll t0- 1Om W SutrY rreellour Cumn Surveyor I FKAXI fiAMiii C lwIIeran 0ini MIt1GlISTK TES CO II UTS- TIMI or lloiwxi AXII OrnriAi was FIUST DISTUHT KIIAS SHOTKKY Magistratei No time sot for holding thoI ourttSKCOJTD 1I rlaTJn11N I fll Magistrate S N NorMAX Con tho stable Court days Fir t Thursday inIIBurI February May August nod November THIRD Ili rntcrYlt1urrMag istrate HiisitY c CIEII C mstal le Court day Second Friday in February May1 August aid November Forrru TMsruirr It IL Lnrc Maitrate tlM Srrscin Constable Court days First Friday in March hill JunoI September and December FIITII v IxrllI N CIIAMUKKS Maistrato in lImtlaltitrirt 1ltvu- tRANCon4alde Court ays Third to Friday in February May August and November SUVKXTH DlSTUItT I F IxUIX- Mauistrate IOUTKI t1A UK Constable Court days First Saturday ill March June September and December FKiirni DIlIUCTliQ1IS Oitvru Magistrate No coiotablv autw sel time for holding coJit of Lexington and Eastern Railway t Time Table iu Effect June 30 1901 EAST MOUND ii No STATIONS Daily t3 No d- Sutidav Daily IrtiIexintollI Wiuelieeter 3 10 tai IS3him i IifctiJiincV I 21 1111 Clay CityS 5ti puti ft IS a- ntStautnui Ici tnnin tt i 111I Xatltriilge1 t W 1111 t iIl Torrent I Ili hill 10 OS Ueattyve Jcl 5 11 pm 109t lUllII Jaeksunifi 13 pm 11 SO WEST HOUND 1 STATIONS ilnilyril No 3 nlllaYIlilr Jackson 1 0 25 aliiI L 7 1111 Heattyve Je 7 IGam 3 2ii ptu Torrent 7 17 ant 3 17I pm- SNit Iridse 01 tau d HI pnji litiiitiii S 2S ant I M put Clay City ttS l7 ate 4 TJ LAKJnneiM 0 10 ate 5 et s 11 Winchester J 2JI ami 5 JO i LcxiBgton 10 ream i iIi 05 pati J IIL rVillCienlI Manager CIlS SCOTT lien Iuss Asctit T HI MOKGAX S P A WF BAKER llcailiiiiarturs ltirlioiirvHIN Ky iKKlKKSKXT- INGRiGiiartsou BIOS SnOB Co Nashville Tenn Manufacturers sad loblieis of STAlIr auilcrSTOM SHOES carries a full line o saniiles ami solicit your trade Iv-e DILLER BENNETT WHOLESALE HJIIIfllllThe mar est Kxclusive 527 W Main St Wholesale Furniture Healer iu the South LouIsville Kyr J II SnnItI8wortn GO Manufacturers and Jobbers of MEN S noysCLOTHINGI 007 W MAIN STREETLOUISVILLE KY r REH BEVERSON 3 CO WPL1fiSALE A9LE Y 50Sfii2 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY MEHDELWEIHSTOCK 3 CO HAT027629 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY iLOUISTILLE TIN AND BTOVE COMPANY Jobbers and Dealers i- nSTOVESJapaned and Tinware c LOUXSV1LTiJi t J HERALDIk1 r r a rI z1 JOB PRINTING IS TH UKSr and the r Ohjj stfft J f ft VL A DEFLECTED DUEL I at had QBY WIUIAM I LAMITOK i lino Q ht 1SttlI by W J 1l1I1IlonfOI Why didnt I marry Mirandy WIHowup Hushing angrily in response i mo a taunt from the hostler Srlj ask Miltyou Iturguss why ho didnt marry herII wo nail line littleI crowd loafing in front tho livery stable in tho country pricked up its cars and con we iti interest on tho hostlers Mr Hostotter Mr Burgess till meantime becoming more intent upon toe corncob pipe he coin laboriously contructingau Hows that Milt inquired Mr hostler in tho same taunting one Evidently ho knew more of inner history of Hostetter and osii than tho others did for they won all curiosity and had no the comments whatever to make was Both men worn considerably past one middle age and had come to the was town several years boforofrom the country bringing no credentials other than a desire to better their condition and a fair ability do so They wore sober honest sill industrious and beyond that thor acquaintances took no con corn Thu hostler in his more prosperous days had made a num er of trips into the hill country buying horses and had heardsome the legends of that section Oh you git it out of Hi if you kin responded Mr Burgess with out looking up from his work I never did hear the straight of said the hostler tho taunting tone giving place to ono of soft Krsuaaion and Im sure these tnt ought to know it just for tho alo of your reputations Due t you thinkso Well I aint objeetin admit ted Mr Burgess if Hi wants to tell about it You toll it Milt pleaded Mr Hostotter Xo you do it Hi insisted Mr largess I kin make a better cobI I pipe than you kin but you kin out talk nu You know thats why Mirandy alays saidIMr Hostellers face Hushedtd partly with pride partlywith emk barrassment ttEf you roly want to know thee portickflars ho said and Milts willin I reckon I might as wolI 1 tell it sos youll git it kerrectII You see mo and MiltI was bothIcourtin Mirandy tit to kill null murder and it was nip and tuck xtwoen us fer two year or morn As Milt says I was a talkinor maul than him but ho owned a farm mini there is women that sees moro i in a farm than perlito conversation I timer things bein equal As fer ro and Milt disrespectivo of sub stantials Iirany liked moHi was a heap situ better look in them days than ho is now ex I plained Mr Burgess whoso person al beauty was not to put it mildly exactly phenomenal Much obleeged Milt said Mr tHostettcr modestly But as I was sayin Mirandy kinder liked mo a hade hotter and with that and my talkin I was neck and nock withI Milts farm It kop gittin from bad to wuss twixt mo and Milt though wed bent pardncrs for years sos tords tho last wo got riled every time we mot up witthus ach other and folks begun say f n there was as likely to be a fuuer on tho creok as a woddin Mirandy seemed to injoy it smilin fust one way aid thou tother aggin us call n tho tierc- eMirandy could be thin aggrava tinost critter commented Mr burgess half to hiniselfauddrenn ily as out of tho dead past Much obleeged Milt acknowledged 1 Mr IIoiitollerliAs I was sayin things kep gitlin moro skeowwowed and me and Milt kop gittin closotor and closoter and like as not wed a clinched some day right whoro wo met but Mii randy packed up her duds and went pYeTTnto tho adjiniu county to each winter school l andwhen she was gono mo and Milt shod off fer awhile and dtnt have no grie auto ngin each otherleaetwn not insight Miraudy so ure heartII- M 1 a sight of beans where she w sf teachin but she never told nobody homo about her business in that when she como back throo or times visitin Tho school lasted three or four months and it was out Mirandy showed agn and was jist as smilin at and Milt aa over Smiliner I ckon fer boforo we knowod where was at wo had tit tooth and too for her right in tho road Noither one of us got thewust but both of us got it purty had and so agreed to shoot it oil with our and settle it for once soul allMr Burgess stopped work on his pipe long enough to chuckle ly at something or otherwhich Hostottors remarks had suggested Much obleogod Milt said Mr Hostetter smiling himself As I- was sayin we agreed to shoot oil prize and tho live man left over to git tho gal You see each of us was bettin odds that ho the chosing pooplo Again Mr Burgess chuckledaud ibly Much obleogod Milt said Mr Corner the Stadium IJ Hosteller As I was sayin when agreed to the shootin proposi wo got a second apiece and a of a general superintendent manage tho match and wo pick out a nice quiet place over in Brands Holler where thorn was a noonshiue still once and nobody had ever been there since tho rev had scattered it to tho four winds and wasnt likely to go it was so dorn lonesome In course we swore everybody to eternal so cresy but theres no tellin how leaky a hurl is till you put water in it Anyway we was on hand prompt fer we mount business didnt we liJtIt Kuther I reckon responded- Mr I Burgess to Mr Hostettors ap I peal An wo wasnt no cowards I neither Much obleegod Milt said Mr Hostetter gracefully As I was sayinwo was there prompt and the general superintendent ranged us up about 20 feet apart and givo orders that we was not to shoot till we got the word Fire after ho had counted three and drapped a hut There wasnt no foolishness about it neither put in Mr Bur gees fer mo and Hi seen to it that they didnt put up no job on by not loadiu the guns right fer when they handed them to us alsayin they was all right wo pour od a handful of duck shot in each barl sos there wouldnt be any mistakesMuch It obleeged Milt said Mr Hosteller liAs I was eayin woI was to shoot the word and we murder 8tickiiAvut allover us till you could a scraped it oil with a chip When a man is bad in love hes the wust I reckon Anyway we never said a word no hand shakin no nothin jist cold kill in was what wo was there for and wo was goin to have it Our sec onds kinder dallied around as if they was waitin fer somethin but we stood thorn waitin fer the wordI to shoot- v lilt gives mo gooseflosh to think aerated Mr Burgess with a shiver 1 Iio Much obloogod Milt noddodII Mr Hosteller in full with his lato antagonist was savin wo stood there waitin with our guns cocked and drawod tight to oir shoulders and tho general superintendent begun to countI2Unnd tucksight with intent to kill The suporin tendent stopped at throe tho hat ready to drill and hohlinII vhon all at once there was a tie in the brosh and Mirandy come houndm Ihrugh and landed smack between tho muzzles of the gulUp Dern ef I didt think it was an angel drapped out of tho sky exclaimed Mr Burgess feelingly Much obloegod Milt respond ed Mr Hostetter As I was savin Mirandy landed right betwixt us and throw ed up one hum1tt What air you plumb ijitsgoin to do says she lookin first at one of us and then at tother Coin to shoot each other said tho superintendent bowin low What ferl says she lookin at us Fer you says 1 II Fer you says Iilttt Then sho laughed so loud and IA of PanAmerican Ex I at withi corny kinder raw that it shuck tho bark oil a hickory tree slandin jilt by tho edge of tho clearin IUroll gentlemen says she startin to git out of tho way and talkin in regler book landwidga and as perl ito as a basket of chips dont lot me interfere with the festivities but before actual hos tilities begin I think I owe it to eachof you to say that you had better go over to Pleasant Ridge first and shoot John Henshaw for I am going to marry him next Tuesday Providence permitting Fire I11I Mirandy stood lookin at us the superintendent snorted the seconds laid down in the weeds and rolled over and mo and Milt shuck hands and walked off the field not say in a dorn word to no body and we didnt go to the wed din neither Its a affidavit fact gents corroborated Mr Burgess Much obleeged Milt said Mr Hosteller It shore is It Dazzles the World No discovery in modicino has over created ono quarter of tho excitement that has been caused by Dr Kings Now Discovery for Con sumption Its severest tests have been on hopeless victims of Con- sumptionpnoumoniahemorrhago pleurisy and bronchitis thqusands of whom it has restored to perfect health For coughs colds asthma croup hay fovor hoarseness and whooping courgh it is tho quick est surest cure in the world It is sold by J Taylor Day Hazol Green and S S Combs Son Campion who guarantee satisfaction or refund mono Largo bot tlest 50c and 100 Trial bottles free Take A Chance W Howard Ogborn a drug brok er of Cincinnati 0 has printed on his business card this verse A man may work and a man may slave Ilis fortune to enhance But he never will get rich you bet Unless he takes n chance Mr Ogborn if he practices what he preaches must be a policy play er Caxton Caveat Clyde the little son of John Davis is visiting his grandfather at Ezel M Lad A New York Han Tells a Story At an informal setdown tho othor night ofa few professional 1 has men is Now York ono of thorn said tho I sea that Bret Harlo is coining I hack to tho United States and that ho will visit some of the former scones where he found his best stories Bret Harlo is liko all Americans who go abroad to lioI nal There comes a timo when they want to got back home They know that they can always find a hearing hero I suppose that Bret Harto however will find sumo changes in tho section of tho country whoro ho mot tho characters auld saw tho scones which made in his stories so well liked by all Americans Other writers have boon in tho field and if they have not told what they saw as Bret iis Marts would have done they have iin at least taken oil tho odgo and Brot Hurts will have to draw on j his imagination if ho gives us anything original as a result of his revisitI out in tho Sierras last summer but I saw only ono character whom I think Brut unite would have enjoyed as a matter of business Ho was a young man who having touched all sides of mountain life at last settled down in a place where the inhabitantsI seemed to have huddled in order to rust as a minister They told me ho was an allround minister by which I was given to undersland that he had no creed Ono of thopI inhujniants explained that all they wanted a preacher for way to marry i the marriageable and bury time deadThere had hitch a death in the community a few weeks before and the allround man was culled upon to oflicialo 1 It was his first funeral Having told the man liar of tho taking oil of time de ceased he said to the mourning ones by way of consolation His time was como and ho J had to go Tho Lord gives and S tho Lord takes away says the good hook and tho man who writ it knowod thar was misuse buckin for he said right after it Hurrah for the Lord When I heard the story I felt sorry for I wished that Bret Harte could have hoard it first White Man Turned Yellow Great consternation was fort by tho friends of M A Hognrty o j Lexington Ky when they saw li was turning yellow His skin slowly j changed color also his eyes and he suffered terribly His malady was yellow jaundice He was trent ed by the best doctors but without benefit Then he was advised to try Eloctric Bitters the wonderful I stomach and liver remedy nail he writes After taking two bottles I I was wholy cured A trial proves its matchless merit for all stom ash liver and kidney troubles Only 25c Sold by J Taylor DayII Hazel Green or S S Combs I Son Campton drug stores j The Water Shut Off Next Monday Kentucky river will close to through navigation to allow thorough repairs to be made to locks Nos I 2 and 3 and will remain closed for some time Already the owners of time big poach orchards up there are look ing around for transportation to time railroads of time excellent crop of fruit now ripening and it is be lieved small gasoline boats will be used to ply what little water maybe left in tho pools thus shut otTC Fishermen are anticipating a richi j harvest of tho finny tribe andI1 when the water is drawn off whatt is loft will not be shy on skiffs dugouts and joeboats The locality involved by this shutoff is known as the poach belt of the world tho largest orchards of tho fruit exist ing being located there ono of which has 210000 trees There are several of 100000 and over while there aro numerous ones of 10000 and over to say nothing of orch ards of 100 trees and upward Mt Sterling Gazette July 10 WANTED An agent in every county in Eastern Kentucky to sell1 White Sewing Machines Hust ling men are the only kind that need apply and to them I can of fer special inducments Write to J T GKVEDON 4243tf Hazel Green II Hl X f t2 Indian TomahawksII Crockett Coldiron of this place j lommahawks in his possession that are two evidently Indian I tot I hnndiworkof some Indian belonging to a tribe that at one I timo inhabitod this locality They were found on tho farm recently liI sold by W T Swango to Charley I Cecil John Ohair was tho origii owner of tho landand a SUbIBI sequent owner was a man Musickwho planted an apple orItij chard In this orchard always i known by the older inhabitants I j Musicks orchard were asiIrithose tomahawks Ono of + shows a good deal ofartistic i j j Its manufacture and must tasteIi Icost Iho artisan many hours tiont toil that is provided i over oxisted a patient ludian It about throo inches long by two i width has an indention around which tho handle fitted and was iI picked to a fairly sharp edge for a JR stone Tho stone too is harder iI than tho rock usually found this section and is quite inII for its size It is also highly ished nod when one looks at it he j cant readily imagine that it was i J the propertyof some valient chief and believe that it was employed sottlorslI 1 tommy general contour but the poll line Loon broken antI it does not show I 11- tho the workmanship displayed upon other curio Mr Coldiron those relics of a now almost extinct race very highly andwould not part with them or either of then for anything in reason She Didnt Wear a Maik But her beauty was completely hidden by sores blotches and pim ples till sue used Bucklens Arnica Salvo Then they vanished as will all eruptions fever sores boils ulcers carbuncles and felons from its uso Infallible for cuts corns burns scalds and piles Cure guaranteed Prico 25 coats at Taylor Day Hazel OreotiltttS Combs Sou Campion r drug stores tf l What Enteprise Does Dr Waldock of Hazel Green was in town Tuesday Ho inform od us that tho C W B M sisters are making preparation to erect a large four story stone building at that place to be used instead of the academy building now being occupied Two more professors thefinstituelion aro more flattering that over beforeWe congratulate the people of Hazel Green on their untiring en orgy long and arduous labor au I j unrelenting courage in buildiim up their town and county as they have done These attributes ofjj civilization and progress may well1 bo observed as so many beacon lights illuminating tho pathway of other sections while marching onto i inevitable fame and renown May the spirits of retrogression bo deeply set in inactivity Canoy Herald Advertising Pays Him Isaac Hartlield who represents Guggonheimor Co the wholo sale dry goods and notions firm fI Lynchburg Va was a guest of tho Day House for a day or so last week and sold two nice bills vizI To S C Alexander Daysboro andc John Graham of Neola respec lively Mr Hartfield certainly enjoys a splendid patronage in this section and although we do not claim the credit of his doing so to his ad in THE HERALD bethinks it has lots to do with it as evidenced by the fact that he keeps it before the people But however it may come Uncle Ike deserves it for he is one of time cleverest men that ever traveled a mountain road and THE HERALD hopes ho may live long to enjoy his popularity WANTED Trustworthy men and women to travel and advertise fold Or established house ofsolid financial standing Salary 780 a year and expenses all payable in cash No canvassing required Give refe ences and enclose self addresse stamped envelope Address Mann ger 355 Caxton Bldg Chicago tf For 100 you gotTeRE BALD and a guess for tho elK I t 4ittMl It fl J 1111 It It15OOaCliJ 1 1 i SEE PAGE 3 J UOOooClooullaua uooflotottt The X mark after your name is made remind yon that your subscription has expired and is an invitation to renew Unless we hear from you before next issue we del sire the paper and take off your name This applies to EVERY youIsome on page fitKASH I Attorney atLaiv + iHAZEL GREEN KY Will practice in courts of Wolfe and nlTt ioiuiug counties Collections a spccialtyX H G ROBINSON BEATTYV1LLE KY General Salesman for M HUGHES fitCO LOUISVILLE KY Manufacturers of HighGrado Vi1cgalt KY Cldc1 1801icits orders from tlll merchants of the mountains ami guarantees satisfaction A mail order will receive prompt attention WanteHOOO pleo TO BUY IB Great c Bray f Pants 09 Pw Z aArr 1rt SOLE DEALER HAZEL GREEN KY r DAY HOUSE HAZEL GREEN KY N 15 GUAHAM 1roritmi rot This house has recently lieeu relurnih d reitasatenluidunder tine present mau astiiieut will tonliiiue tu luaiutain the hish trttiOIl heretofore acconfeil it tS Bane like comforts and its curia f department countrytl respectfully solicited Sample rooms for commercial tourists Livery stable in connection where horses and vehicles will have the best attention ROSE WHEELER PRACTICAL BLACKSMITHS AND- WACON MAKERS HAZEL GREEN KY LInrite the attention of the viIgcinity to their im proved facilities for blacksmithing and wagonmaking aa t 1well as repair work of all kinds l A full force of first class mechanics insures promptness in the execution of Ii all work entrusted to them and satisfac tion is guaranteed in all cases Buggy building andwagon making are Jpreclatedi Jt ROSE WHEFLBIt n 1 Anew firstclass cafo for ladies rand gontlumen Inns been opened in this Phoenix Hotel Annex opposiito the C O dopot whore tho delicacies of tho season served in firstclass style alllespecially are invited Nice for alf I 0attiiIaatceat2Ocentr per 100 S kf yr CLOCKStyt tanrF r s II Eotleu Tfi tlS100 A Upw Eviry Tire lice f tBathWarranted 1 rM f r i Yallnfachri t JeeI i Sreer z i ed- d inl- 1 Ir t rr bdnrroa 1 1fd ti i LpiarT t i I If 1 I f1 f1- iI f WBE HERALD thoVhsVt L f SECER Edit ttTHUltSDA GREEN July11r0KYatl tho we and o r nnO n ErriEnTs + C wt err thr1 Ir to 4111101111 rrfr IILIt II KOSi of MillwaK ax It miiihue fur tlUIjj olrtoe of Assrfxor subject only to lie will tlf lite people is ex l rt1IIItll Mills an- Taealny j November 1W1 I are I the I k r DEMOCRATIC TICKET p edFor State Senator =Nth District A HONVAKD STAMlKK d 1V1ffc County For Ieprmiitatirt llJt Isistrkt JESSE P MOIMHS of Morgan County THE COUNTY TICKET For JudeJ W CONGLKTON is For AttorneyC C FULKtf y For ClerkW TUTT For slieritr T F STAMPEK For Supt chcolsJ W TAVLHEE For tiltrJ It LITTLE For Aee orS X HOI t Ik For C roncr FiXK JxUIlLKS S3r Election Tuesday Nov 5 IKHi t FUll sometime past we have adI vocated the building of an electric road to connect Hazell Green with the Ohio old Kentucky railroad so that tho people of this section could lbo induced to go to Loxing I ton to do their trailing in pursui t auto ofa policy we have main cbined ever since Till HKIAII was f started Through our paper1 and1 the Morning Herald of Lexington I wo have aked the capitalists of litIy to aid in the enterprise Now we ronliif that the nest of sucha road the 1pint to operate it ttc would bo perhaps more j than thoy would care to invest ifIyou cant get that you want get what you can uro conclude that a car line tI all intents and pur pses loot Id answer as well As tho merch lilts of Lexington wouldj got all the trade of this plum andj a conside able scope of country contiguou to it we would rather have Lexington capitalists bathe ck cnterp rise than anybody aside from our t wn home people 11 ef therefore jentlemenof Lexington nit appeal to you to aidus in tho 011I1 i ellr111h1ohalf the zeal that wo do as a iu native of tilt place and a well Wit wisher you will certainly aid 1 11it ail L building tho road It is only live nit fi miles no grading practically at GQJ our people will give ground for tho uistables wtiudre and secteJ rc 11 WhatnUllrowill you do We hope your 111101 I r will publish this open letter and that through them ivo may hear from you fornlerlyy tauattache of TIIK HKKAMJ office rfi and now a citizen of White Oak Morgan county passed through h here yesterday en route to Camp ton whore ho is a delegate in the convention which meets at that placo today to nominate a republi can candidate for state senator Iloicfl its that Morgan county iin convention at West Liberty on Saturday instructed forJohnCoffee as their choice for state senator Mr Coffee also got tho instructions of Magoflin county and will there tifle iiominco of tho Campton conven tion Personalty we do not know Mr Coffee but ho is said to bo a gentleman of much magnetism audmixer from Ii icrville I- 1ilade ILIL tho race against George- Goadfptcsent incumbent for coun ty attSrnev of MorgtyuaiTLr4int I him the race of his 1 liie We note thcso facts tautAfIK tly domocrat candidate may oe pr pared tojncet tilt Lest man iutKolrepubliSaii party and if he woits to beat hi ho must go to wore SOMK twelve years ago before new constitution which throws many safeguards around tIll aunties and iis in many ways a blow internal development was adopted Tin HKUAII advocated building of good roads throughout the mountain country They t could have availed of convict labor on contract by the counties tthe expense would have been vory small Now when it is of platter to vote aid for a 1hlnl an impossibility to use lt all the papers in tilta Mato are crying out for bolter Had our suggestion ob at th time this countra would ere this have been cob webbed with a system of roads as I tlollor latter than any in Ken lucky old ttho pauperI counties would have been returned solvent somo of the newspapers like a cows tail arty always behind We still for good roads but hal press gang joined with us Ownl the work would laws been done l touch of it and the people would today lb0mijoyiug tilt facilities ofs easy road transportation Since that tinge the state has paid to I maintain the mountain pauper counties over a million dollars and they an still in tho pauper list laud read would havo liftI them out lIIt fure or lII v this tillHII But even now every good citizen should do all he CUll to letter our j system of yeasts Thy certainly need improving Modern Pills The day of powerful drastic pills past and everyone who is touch led with torpidity of the liver eon stipation headache or indigestion I may well be thankful that it is Every modern family medicine chest olwultllolltaia a supply ofI Hoods lillsthe modern cathartic While gentle and mild in action they are thoroughly efficient and cure biliousness indigestion sick headache and other troubles due to it deranged condition of tin stomach liver or bowels Property holders should hear in mind thatJI IL Newland of Jack son will soon be horn with several1 thousand feet of guttering gel vauized iron guttering which he is prepared to put up in a work manlike manner and guarantee at 12i cents per foot This1 is some thing nearly every hous in town needs and there will never again be a better opportunity than now George Dyer who has just returned from the army has ac grated a knowledge physical cul1 tiett fashions in the Jattralltl pro poses opening a class for teaching both in the near future cither here or at West Liberty His postt oiling iis Neola Ky At the Christian church on Sun lay tho topics for the sermons will be at 11 a m Christnin Duties and atS li p mHWhy Seek God Everybody has a most cordial welcome Curve lot u s worship together Remember the funeral of Elder Harrison Little will bo preachedl at Daysboro on the fifth Su11du anbTaulbced Spot cash will buy anything iini the grocery or fruit lino at Cecil k Bros Dont forget the place John Pieratts old standl Lemons s oranges cal fancy candies FOK SALE1 scholarship in tho Commercial College of Kentucky University By early applicatio- at this office some young man can save several dollars tf Circuit Clerk Fox of Winchester is drinking Swango water for his health and has been hose since Friday last Mrs Alice Pieratt was taken suddenly 1 ill last Friday night and on Saturday was confined to her bed WAnDA bright polito bo y who can spell read and write to learn tho printers trade 12 to 103 years of age Apply at this oflice Mrs Ilarlan Nickell of the State road above Daysboro was visiting in our town this week When you havo head ache or neuralgia try Triphene Sold by jSS Combs it Sons Campton and F Pieratt hazel Groen tf W T Swango will ship a loadi of hogs to Cincinnati next woek I aches VitaroOre will relieve you of allj I w8utoisSpencer Cooper Hazel withstand Green Ky d 11 Af toraH itd getml JS 1red 1 c toil I that to WOrryWbus Li GEORGE DYER on Who Left Here Seven Yeas Ago Tells His Experience in Cuba and the Philippine Isles TUB HKKAID mull about town mot George DYtr recently IIHIB Itrod out of tin U S service the other morning and solicited his experience in the SpanishAmeri can lull Philippine wars in both at which he participated After l nulintoriej j inn IsOnI Is enlisted in the 20th U S infalltrs loft at sine for Cuba where 10 participated in tho battles of Kll Canny and San Juan coming out without a scratch Hut the day after the Spanish surrendered 10 was stricken with a favor put board tho transport Olivette and landed in hospital at Boston lass wliere fur over four months he hov i ered between life mid death After i caving hospital ho spent 15 days of a oday furlough in seeing the sights of the lIuhcit He t then rejoined his regiment and on- Dt B ISUJr was honorably slay it charged from till service It He then 11Ur11nsuits accepting a position as forohJ of a gang of graders on a roil II road near Kansas City where he iII stayed four months or more millIIjj thought he would no moro nOlI dicring go But a cull for volun leers for thin Philippine war foundl IIarmorIII being just of 000 ahead of him hejii concluded that ifw over won I shoulder straps hod have to winI em amiI determined to take hisj chances in the ranks On tho 2Mh of August 1900 he cnlisUd in the II4th U S infantry old was immediately embarked to 1the Philippines Arrived at Maj nila his regiment was dispatched I to other iinlands for garrison duty and ho t as detailed to dr 11 re eruits wi h the rank of sergeant Being aw y from the main part u the regimi nt he had no chance to push liis llaiiii for a commission 11 or be pointed to for promotion But in the lastt big battle in whichi hoI was engaged Ihe and five others riCfived iinntorious mention uu whin congress acts in tho nettle the six will lit awarded medals for heroic conduct in the trenches at Lyti pronounced Lyteo whorof they made a desperate charge ant routed and captured the insurgents under Citn Mohickoy Including this light he was in seven severe engagements and countless skir 1miihes hut came out unscathed lie says tho Malays yclept the Filipino is semicivilized along the tcoast tillll coast towns but the mountainous country and general1 interior is inhabited by barbarians and heathens It will be many years before military survoilance can be withdrawn and peace reignit and likewise many years will puss j I by before even tho best of them become Americanized Indolence is indigenous to tho islands their teachings or poradventuro thoi pedigrees Many beautiful women amnlRnmdali j sooner wipe out s i j position to idleness than will a decade of display or custom out tho races mixing timid withII thinks will eventuate as many IfI tho Americans have cast anchor und will thoro romain i Ho left Manila on May 25 on thojj transport Logan thorn being j yncoaled at Nagasaki Japan whore ho says ho witnessed the most re markable sight ho over saw Tho women work like tho moo and in coaling the vessel there was a continuous stream of humanity climbing tho ladders Hero a beautiful woman and behind hor a man not so endowed The mark of virtue among tho women is their black cued polished tooth But alas for Christianity and civilization white teeth seemed in the majority The scenery at and around thisi lport was grand and surpassed any he saw in tho islands or on tho voyage Their mode of convoy amino is tho ricksha a kind of twowheeled cart in which a native hitches himsolf and for lf an hour takes you over the city in a long sweeping trot and points out tho places of inter s- tIHe started from there Juno ed at San Francisco bay on and was mustered out at Presidio on tho 30th From tho Japanese coaling lion to the end of their voyage jover the northern route and it I BO cold many of the boys haul 4 a ti r L xr j mr i r their overcoats for comfort Mr Dyer left San Francisco onC tho 5th lust and reached homo on C the 11th a week ago today The trip involved 10000 miles of travel 7000 on tho sea and 3000 by railI His mother sell father yore over joyed at his homo coming timid hopo ho will now remain at home Hq may do so and will for a while toast but to a young man of ulthwho hits withstood the hardships and escaped tho shots in honorable way thero is an irro fascination about soldier ing that but few resist But well what well see THIS MEANS YOU Parents and Guardians Attention The next session of Hazel Green I Academy will bogie on Tuesday I September lrtlllLmlwo would bo i pleased to have your patronage during tho session Wo can prom ise you hotter instrction and facil j itios for work Besides it will 110II cheaper in proportion to send the I entire session than to send after i tilt holidays Two teachers will be added to i the present force at tho opening I tho session and all in all you will i bo delighted at what wo can give you The rates of tuition have been changed the following will bo tho rate IIIn primary department for en tire session 1000 from Christ mss till close of session 700 In academic department for entire session 1500 from Christ nuts till close of session 1OJI Thus by enrolling your children on September gird for tho tcssion r you get 15 weeks tuition for JJOO I Surely there could bo nothing but I fur offered not oven by the public schools It is better for your chil droll to bo in the sumo school for i tho entire session they are the I gainers thereby If it bo possible have them enroll with us on the opening day j All parents within four or live miles of Hazel Green can send1 I their children each day during the I ffall from then homosIFor nay particulars call on the i principal WM H Coun Hazel Green Ky IiJuy IS 1001I yod3 that your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure i without question the bout and only cure for dyspepsia that I have eve r come in contact with and I have I proparatioud st ji eam Xo preparation equals Kodol DsIi pepsin Cure as it contains all the i natural digestants It will digs all kinds of food mutt cant helpl but do you good II F PIEHATT Spencer Cooporpublisherandodl itorof TJIK HAZEL GKEKN HKRAID and a veteran newspaper man is getting out out of tho host coun try newspapers wo ever read Not withstanding his ceaseless andut 1 tiring efforts to build up his town j ho is not patronized by a single home merchant with an advertise j moot Seoms like they are will1 ing for this enterprising publisher to do it all in the way of upbuild1 ring their town It is truly hard for a paper to exist without adver Using patronage from homo peopleI I and Editor Coopor certainly dej serves a better patronage from tho business men of Ilazol Green than he is gettingSpout Springs Times It is oasior to keep well than gel cured DeWitts Little Early His ers taken now and then will always keep your bowels in 1crf- ecIII j order Thoy never gripe but pro moto an easy gontlo action IL F PlKUATT Miss of this place has Gap schooll Lilianfansto teach for books on Monday is quite a favorite horo and hor many friends hopo silo may have a pleasant tit in teaching the young idea how toI shoot She taught the Gill more school last year and gave very general satisfaction Hers is a sunny disposition and that her scholars will love Ler is assured for none know her but to love hor You can never cure dyspepsia by dieting What your body needs plenty of good food properly di gested Then if your stomach willI jI not digest it Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will It contains all of the natural digestants hence must dii gest every class of food and BO prepare it that nature can use it t roplacinT2 health strength ambition puro blood and good healthy appetite H F PIERATT you have head ache mWhen try Tnpheoe Sold b Sons Campton and Hazel Green tf r KEEP COOL Ladies of Wolfe County I I 2000 Pairs Boys Linen Pants Worth 25 Cents a Pair at loci It frlft400 Mens Linen Suits Former Price 400 at jj- I I t 11IJ 1 j 250 Beautiful Flannelette Coats and Pants for Men at driss1 WORTH 600 These Suits are full Tailored and Cut in the Latest Styles Belt Straps and bran new goods LOUIS AND GUS STRAUS i LEXINGTON KY iAPeculiar Case is S Combs of Cam 1 tau is suf jforing with a swollen haul from j iflome unknown cause He was week stricken with a pain in lastII palmof his hand which ran through I I to tho back and was accompanied j Jby swelling Without a scratch j bito cut or sting tho pain came jj lOUltllnoithort I canIj not remember of straining it even account for the trouble Char Ito and something else iis kept upon the wound lest blood poison sot up but nothing seems to nlovij 3iate tho pain His daughter Mrs j Pioratt and hoe husband of this place wont over Thursday of last week and stayed a11 night with J Mr Combs and they sy ho hind no rest during Thursday nights His many friends hopci nothing serious will result but at tile same time feel notch anxiety I I 11ASTEUTrustworthy moo and forII I old established houseof solid linan I yeartIj Nocanvassing required Give refer enc s and enclose selfaddressed stamped envelope Address Mana goes clue Caxton lUdg Chicago tf StoryIOnce more we appeal to those of j i our subscribers who are in arrears Ito come in and pay up Wo owe other people and want to pay them but unless those who owe us pay iwe can not pay those we owe And furthermore we are dependent up on the income from the paper to pay tho expenses of printing it Honco unless you pay we can out print it This is plain enough for iiany child to comprehend lIltlwo Ida hope everybody who owes us will pay so we cue pay everybody wo owe Wo dont like to feel when sjwo meet a man that ho iis saying I to himself Cooper owes me 17 cents and it J looks like I never eauI got it Now if you will pay us can pay him the 47 cents or IIIwo other sum If you dont pay us woll have to stop printing yo- upaperwo n can save that expense any how IlAIlA sick lady cured of her deafness and noises in the bead by Dr Nicholson Artificial Ear Drums gave 10000 to his I Institute so that deaf people unable to themufree Address No HSG The Nicholson Institute 780 Eighth Avenue NewYork IIv S C Alexander and wife neo Nickoll neo Patrick were in town last Friday selecting a stock of goods from the samples displayed by Mr Hartfiold and Coon was receiving congratulations upon his prettiesttwomen in tho mountains a fact which ho seems to realize as much as his friends and she is very pro possessing in appearance nTO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets toei cure 25c The genuine has L D Qon each tablet Cecil 5C Bro are in receipt of a grootcheapyfor spot cash John Pieratts old stand t VV R CRAWFORD CO Live Stock Commission Merchants FOR TilE SALE OF Cattle Hogs Sheep Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI 0 ALSO Bourbon Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY lye have ui KiisUrn outlft fur all ilcsirable stock at hiltet prirc Consignments uluitcil All iorre ioinliiioe cheerfully aei Itr lIi LEXINGTON BREWINGNCO KY IGrecnwadeThomas Greenwade who was sent to the penitentiary a few months age from Ml Sterling cirji cuit court for betrayal was parj Idoned on the Jlllh inst by GovI ernor Pockham mill has returned I homo Tho young lady concerned was Miss Eva Jackson a pretty school teacher Last Warning Taxes aro now duo cold must be paidor property sold Call today and settle II F PlKKATT D S Henry Iieratt bought all the picture frames tho agent of the Chicago Portrait Co had leftover and is selling thrm 50 percent cheaper than tho agent sold them The number is limited and if you want one youd1 better move in a hurry as they aro going like hot cakes 5Mf Tin HKIAID for 112 months and 5000 for 100 is a great big bargain awaiting the neat who can figure tho total vote of Ohio Massachusetts and Iowa See Try Your Luck on last page for particulars IAN ORDINANCE To Change Boundary Line of Hazel Green On notion of J It Davis and seconded without dissenting vote the following line iis to be made the corporate limioC the town of Hazel Green viz Ileginuing at presentlIoulll1ry oritilaltlownellline and fence to top of bluff including his laud and to said Swangos line on State road thence crossing the road to II K originaltownJ This ordinance to be published in the HAZEL GKEGX I KHAM according to law W IL CUBA Chairman- C 15 ROSE Secretary CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY I have been selling perfumes for the past six months I make them m eel fat home and sell to friends and neighbors Have made e710 Every one buys a bottle Far 50 cents worth of material I make Perfume that would cost 200 in drug stores- I first made it lor my own use only but the curiosity of friends as to where I pro cured such exquisite odors prompted me to weekIme for the perfumes Any intelligent person can do as well as I do For 12 cent in stamps I will send you the formula for raak in all kIndof started3aLou JJlo JTJ Jt 1 Afl APPETIZER Not a liquor which destroys rather than cicntrg an uppitito lut a paluii amble Lt tr which cc stains only tuf ficicnt alcohol to slim ilato thislomi acli to perform its 1101 mal functions and aids to digest the foo- dLEXIKGTOli n BEER dens I Ial1 this dots iit well does it lliliif you give it a chance r LEXINGTON PardonedI IIBeallVAudevepterAvenueSt JOHN It DAVIS I W J MAY DAVIS 5 MAYf- ooeooeooooeooooo00 BLACKSMITHS U WAGONHAKERS so ooooooiooooo000000oooooaooe lHAZEL GIIEEX KY olloltunih publiegaged a professional horeeshoer CHARLEY SCIIOOLKY of UiiiiL ington Ky who will cur your horse of Ktumbliui interfering fo ging te and they hope to receive the patronage of nil people who have a human t feeling for the dumb animal We are also prepared t do nil kinds of vehicle buildingwagons buggies hacks ic and do alt kinds of rem airing Charges reasonable and xatisfactii guaranteed in every instance Soliciting your patron ge we hope by good work and fair treat neat to rttain a fair share of it ItespcctfullvDAVIS tC MAY DAII I Send CAVEATS COPYRIGHTSyour buatneudirect TRADE are time coats leu IMARKSIIVj oSt eta to U I Patent 0 1IvcLn txmfauon PtatOXAL mad cur ACTUALXXPLIXXXCZ Boor Jl te art fr Partresin pelt a tle chrp Ia t- heINVENTIVE j ACE e 5 Uloitntod nonthlyKrrenth yiuUnu f1 a year r CoIiWASHiNCTON D C gyn DR J M WALDE K I Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GRERN KY ofIlazelprofessional calls day or u gut Obitetrick a specialty QOOOOOCX OOOO0009COOOOOOOOO 8 EVERY p m OF 8 8gand Will Xot Rip 1t 8Leg 8 STAG SHIRTS 08 Are Getter Goods Heller Made and X Better Style Than ny Other Q 10 For Sale by J Taylor Day 8 HAZEL CRE N KYO f I GET YOUR JOTKHKADSKnvelope Lettcrhiad Catnlocups Male lUllarprlntetl all nALDgelrr I Copies of this paper may be found on file at the office of our Waihington correspond ent Eo G BitECrt 918 F Street N W Wwbington P C 1 y it t I General Debility JPay In and out there Is thai feeling weakness that makes a IrirJcn of Itself Food does not strengthen Metpu dews not refresh i It is hard to do hard to bear xvhnt- Ehoutil be easy vitality is on the t M and the TVholc system sun For this conditI- oaaFloods Sarsaparitla It vitalizes the bad gives vigor and tuncI to all the Otrl1 and functions out IIs liosltlvcly uiifiuJlitl for all rundown or dchllitated mniiitiuna InoJ S PILLS curl CJlialiavx4 eraf- THE HERHLD uIMiss Lizzif Linden vt Oillmore i was in town IolllluyIt Elza Tune and wife who wero vise ing at Bethel and Canmrgo j returned home Thursday night I last Mrs Dr Ben Niekell of Caney and Mrs Itwas in town Monday Stacyof the ante place on Tuos j i I daIMiss Candy Waldeck who has i I been visiting hor eisteri Mrs Lou Carter of Bonny returned home Tuesday accompanied by Chess Carter Tho Misses Taul daughters of 11t John Paulof Mt Sterling are guests of Mrs Ellen Kash1 and t drinking Swango water for their II health IIj j Milton Caulkins representing tho book house of Giim it Co Boston Mass was in town Tuesl lay talkingwith members of the county board Tho teachers institute for Wolfe j county will meet next Monday in j t this place and will be conducted by G Milton Khun of Hla Lawrence county 1wII KEEP your blood pure mill your iisd tlhrcMivei r rmina healthy condition by taking huultSarsaparilla and you will bo WELL IlXtJHenry Cecil Bro will wwk open a stock of fancy groceries in tho building recently occu pied by John Pieratt as a saddle and harness shop Two of our citizens fell out a tIny or So since in an argument a IIonIII matter is yet undecided A bad complexion generally ft BulUfromiunotivelivurnmlbowolsff In all such cases DiAVitts Little j Early Risers produce gratifying roIt t suits II F PIKKATT j The public school in the Hazel Green district with Ova Swango 1- 1ns teacher and Miss India Coldiron as assistant opened for tho ses sion Monday George llingo who was yhiting his sister sirs Ernest Elkins of Mt Sterling aHd another sister jI Mrs Rhoda Buchanan of Indiunjjj crook Menefeo county returned homo Saturday i II Misses Mary and Cordia BronnejI man Dora Swango and Curti Rose Henry Ward George Ringo Arbury Brooks and Judgo Wheeler wore among those who attended quarterly meeting at flay tavu last Sunday George McClain who is visiting I here told the other day of a little t fight that occurred while he lived here in which ono of the combat ants who was worsted saidU You have knocked out both eyes but d you Ill see you again Those famous little pills De Witts Little Early Risers compel your liver and bowels to do their duty thus giving you pure rich j blood to recuporato your body Are easy to take Never gripe II F PIKKATT Jufl lit was visiting his brothel at Farmers in Rowan county a few days since and while there went fishing in tho Licking He and his brother caught three channel cat fish one of which weighed nino pounds On Saturday July Oth the coun ty board of examiners met and adopted an entirely new set of books for the public spools of the county They are mostly from Giun it Co and tho board thinks it tho best line that has over been used especially tho readers Inadvertently wo have failed tot s notice tho receipt of a couple of complimontarios to tho Elks fair at Winchester which comes off t August Cth 7th 8th and 9th Tho I t 1I1 1 1or t r g 1 i c A COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0jgytfo insure insertion ALL corres pondence must be in thin office by Mondsy night of each week and that nearby on Monday morning dutyIwill not receive papers except for the week they have news letters We are dependent upon them for the news and when they fail to send in their favors they pat us to great inconvenience SIDEiMiss1 Carrie Swango was visiting this place Tuesday and Wednesday of last okIS C Alexander and wife of Dnysboro passed through here Sunday en their way to May town Maud Tnulbeo of Daysboru was the guest of ye scribe ono night returnedifrom a protracted burg Misses Lula and tided Taulbee and Mollie Oney Wm Alexander and CiU vay Sebastian visited the famous Swango Springs Sunday and a good time in general waRI the result John Bays of White Oak passed through horn Sundayen route home Ho told us that ho would teach a public school in Floyd county and attended tho institute at Jackson Whats the attraction logo We wero glad to learn that our young friend and cousin JohnI Henry Taulbeo of tho heights had succeeded in getting a good posi aistraightforward honest buy and they are the kind that got there Success to you John Going to the opine on Thursday evening last what a surprise awaited us 1 When the postmaster hand ed us our mail among itwas a nice largo j column paper neatly print 41 On looking at tho head lines we read these words TIlE HAZKI iiiKKN HKUAID And seeing those words we wero almost dumbfound ed wo wore so surprised l We know our eyes must have been twice their natural size we wore io intoxicated with wonder that reason for a moment lied At first wo thought we were in spirit nod or dreaming But when our oyes onSherIno phenomenon Wo lord not been dreaming for this paper long the adored child of tho mountains and Idolized baby of tho editors heart had actually grown to twice its natural size When we realized hat Mr Coopers baby was stand ng before us no longer a baby but a full grown youth of 17 sum mars wo stood mute and almost morelsurprising it was actually filled with home advertisements and letters from tho Cow Boy and other correspondents whoso literary genius is almost unbounded Also Mrs Moses in the Courtesy Missionary Tidings It seemed that wo were in tho gallery of spiritnl ideas whore wo mot Evan geline and Hypalia and all the dream faces that over stood before the squl of gonius May the God ess of Fortune smile more sweetly on this fair youth in tho future than iniuio past may the muses string their lyres and the poets sing it peans may historians pay tribute to this noble scion and or ators wax eloquent in speaking its praise And lastly may it live enshrined in tho hoarts of its many maul readers asCIa thing of beauty mill a joy forever 1111115J HusinSoNiiKAit DAYSBORO DOINGS Gcgo Amyx is among tho sick ones this week LOTS Little went to Jackson Ky Wednesday on business Mrs Ida Long of Grassy was soon 11 Daysboro Friday Misses Maudo and Lula Taulbee attended church on Gilhnoro creek Sunday Miss Lula Taulbee has been vis iting tier grandma Mrs Little tho past week S C Alexander and young wife attended the quarterly meeting at Maytown Sunday Di1on Monday July 8th in fant child of Millard Brewer of Grassy Ky S C Alexander had a fine cow to find twin calves July 13 But soTfyTDBftyonly ono lived Join W Taulbee has opened his school on Frozen crook Breathitt county John is a good teacher and we know ho will render satisfaction i b 4 ir I t Mrs Lou Carter nee Waldeck of Morgan county was shopping in baysboro one day last week Miss Clara Niekell of Gillmore was the pleasant guest of Miss Maude Taulbeo one evening last weok Bont Little of this placo joined the army and has gone to fight for his dear old country Bent will bo missed by his many friends Oscar Fallen and wife accom panied by their niece Miss Monta Fallen attended church on Gill more Sunday last John Allen of White Oak passed through hero last Wednesday en route for Mt Sterling with a large drove of sheep John is a hust ling follow Ike Hartfiold representing tho linn of Guggonheimor Co of Lynchburg Va passed through horn Thursday and sold S C Alexander quito a largo hillof goodsJuly 10 PRYSF STILLWATER SPARKLES Tho weeds are an average crop this season Elisha ROHO began the Chambers school Monday huckleberries are gotting ripo horo now and there is a nice crop of them on the mountains Revs Lane and Burcham preach ed at tho Murphy school house Sunday to a good congregation- Dr James F Tutt departed this lifo July 9th after a long illness Ho leaves a wife and nine children to mourn his loss Ye writer attended church at the Murphy school house Sunday and took dinner with our friend Hilt Dean Ho has been engaged to teach tho Murphy school this year July 16 CRABApPLE DOCTORS say Consumption can be eared Nature alone wont doIt Itneeds help Doctors say Scotts Emulsion Is the best help But you must continue Its use even In hot weather If you have not tried it send for free sample SCOTT DOWNK Chenmt 40 115 Dead Street New York joe and 100 all druggist MORCANCOUNTYMAYTOw Charlie Childors who has boon down with fovor iia improving Cleveland Maun of Dan was up to see his best girl Sunday Miss Lou Wardof your town iis visiting friends at this place this weekMrs Williams and daughter of Valeria attended tho quarterly mooting at this place Sunday Lawrence Gambill of Canoy was the pleasant guest of Willie Childers Saturday and Sunday Patrick Howard and family of Menofoe wero visiting Mrs How ards parents Saturday and Sun dayMr and Mrs S C Alexander wero visiting home folks Sunday and took in tho quartorly meet ingCalvin Trimble of Lacy creek was the guest of his grandparents Mr and Mrs Jordon Wills Sun day night Misses Lillie and Lula Rose of Lacy creek have been visiting their sister MS Charles Sample of this place the past week Misses Bally and Rilda Cox Al ma Swango Lou Ward and several others wore tho pleasant guests of Miss Nannie Day Sunday and wore treated to somo very fine musicjon tho organ by Miss Nannie All seemed to enjoy themselves Quito a crowd from your town attended church at this place Sun day Among them wo noticed Mrs Dora Swango Curtis Roso Howard James Henry Ward Misses Mary and Cordolia Brono man and littlo brother and Lou WardOur school openod on Monday morning by Miss Ora Cecil as prin cipal and Miss Alma Swango as sistant We fool that we aro to have a good school with such able teachers they are both highly accomplished young ladies July 15 MILDRED EZEL DOTS Quito a number of peoplo were in town Saturday to see tho ball gameLabor to keep alive in your breast that littlo spark of celestial fire called conscience Pat Piersall and familyand Mrs Young widow of tho late Dr Young all of Salt Lick are visit ing in this vicinity 6 fr 10 Ben Piersall and wife ofBatl county spent last weekwith the family of F C Nickell Misses Lilly Rose of Lacy creok and Lizzio Pieratt of Maytown visited friends near town Friday and Saturday Mrs John D Henry and son Daniel visited Mrs Henrys daugh ter Mrs Myers in Montgomery last week The new telephone lino from Ezol to Caney via Long Branch and Goodwins chapelwill soon be completed Tho boxes will be put in sometime next week The West Liberty base ball team came over Saturday and played against the Ezel boys At tho close of the game West Liberty had made 14 tallies and Ezel 58 Bad play ing for somebody The following teachers will be gin school today tho 15th at tho places mentioned James Davis Ward school Mrs II A Brooks Pino Grove Overton Knsli Long Branch Ora Cecil Maytown Nannie Fields Mizo A F Good win Ezel S L Kash Greasy They all have now places except Misses Cecil and Fields which makes their second year in the same districtIJuly 15 LIZADRTH Ass Duly Feed Man and Steed Feed roar nerves also If you would havo them strong Blood made pure and rich by goods Sarsaparilla Is the only true nerve too Be lure to ret Iioodur disappoints Hoods Pills cure constipation Price ISc Foul Play Suspected Kisor Wilson who is well known about here was prospecting in tho west during the early spring and after spending a few days with Jimmio and Robert Day on their ranch 12 miles from Midland Tex as ho bought a team and wagon at that place and set out alone over land for Bates county Mo where he had relatives That was two months ago and he has never Leon heard of or from since that time It now transpires that en routo he had to travel four days between human habitations For this he prepared before leaving Midland having laid in a supply of provi sion Ac to last him until he should pass through this wilderness and at some place along this lonely route it is now feared that ho was murdered and robbed As corroborative of this theory Geo Oldiiold who removed from the west a few years ago owns a set of double harness that was takon from a pair of horses found in that sec tion of wild country he had to tra verse and sold and tho owner nor hits body was ever found Mr Old field says the spot had a specially bad reputation and thinks there can bo no doubt of Mr Wilsons fate Kisor had about 1700 whoa ho left Mt Sterling andout of this he paid for his outfit at Midland Letters of inquiry havo been sent to everybody in the west where Mr Wilson might possibly have stopped if ho passed through tho bad lands but not a word can bo heard of him after he left Midland His brother Henry Wilson of Mt Sterling has our sympathy and we hope the missing man may yet be heard from The piles that annoy you so will bo quickly and permanently healed if you use Dewitts Witch Hazel Salvo Beware of worthless counterfeits H F PIEUATT They Left Here U 1886 George McClain and wifo and his sister Mrs Eliza Easter arrived here Tuesday for a few weeks visit to relatives and friends Mr McClain and his sister whoso maiden name was Eliza McClain loft horo in 1880 the former going to Kansas and tho latter to Paris Ill whoro she married Louis East or some 12 or 18 years ago Mr McClain also married his wife bo ing a lady of St Joe Mo Ho was in tho race for the opening of Oklahoma in 1889 and located a claim iivo miles west of Stillwator where ho has sinco lived He is now in tho real estat business and as ono of our citizens sug gested a day or so since has grown quite wealthy if his purso com pares with his physique which is decidedly plethoric The A T Morris Wholesale Houso Cincinnati has placed us undor obligations for a box of fine cigars Tho Village Belle and they are indeed an enjoyable smoke They aro made of throe yearold natural leaf but smoke as sweet as a newly made cigar and every lover of a good cigar knows that a new cigar gives the sweetest smoke Merchants who want something nice for their trado should write this firm j 2 f r t I r TRY YOUR LUCK CopyrightedI by Press Publishing Association i 15000ININCASH of 2 1 IN OHIO AND IOWA IS anv nrm as he US will receive aid furnish thl The Official Vote in these States in 1891 wa 1537493 1S92 lGS4lliO increase liM per ISJS 1JK5122 decrease 101 1SI4 113887 510 1SJ5 57 V112 increase ISOti 1897 r72lil decrease 1S10 ISIIS 112WO 225 189J C5Si increase 78J 1JOO 1JC5 10 1SS8 The certificates of the Secretaries of tho States named showing the Ollicial Vote will deter mine who are entitled to the prizes and the awards will he made within 30 days after the Oiliciul Vote is known The HAZEL CREEN HERALD will pub lish the names of the Estima tors as soon as announced of W A Pungs of the Central Bank Detroit Michigan I iterGl V XtflUVi that the Press Publishing Association has deposited I5OOO in the Central Bank Detroit Mich for the express purpose of the Prizes in their Contest on the Combined Oili Vote of the States of Ohio Massachusetts and Iowa and that this fund can used for no other pose I Detroit Central Michigan Bank I you A This preparation contains all of the and digests all kinds of food It gives relief and never falls to cure It allows you to eat all the food you The most can take it By its use many thousands of have been cured after everything else failed It Is unequalled for all It do ysu IKE Mt Sterling Ky Co LYNCHBURG VA and Jobbers of Dry Goods Lions and Fancy Goods We the well known BEATSALL Pan U and fra11a Hold your orders until you see Given AWOII ilil IashOOOOOO I RECKON ESTIMATE Estimate the total vote in these three States combined for and your estimate and subscrip tion to the HAZEL GREEN and you will a certificate which will entitle you to participate in the of the 15000 r to be awarded by the PRESS PUB LISIIING of Dc s to making nearest estimates of the Official1 for Governor in States of Massachusetts and to be determin f ed by the election on the 5th day of November We have the PRESS of Detroit Mich to en able our subscribers to participate in the of magnifi cent to S 1 15000 FUR NOTICE IHAZEL GREEN HERALD will re ll1li r j I YOUR ESTIMATE To Be HERALDr 1 andestimate1 111scudJPTIIfHTMICHvmn net mayentitleubllshin5Associatio111 1 I sand willreceivemany certificates sends to the HAZEL GREEK HERALD rCIub raisers acertificate for cachsuhscriltion obtained II VLUtBLE L FOltUATION +To in forming estimates we t follg 1 combined three J cent 271II1 22u Combings and successful Statement President Savings Savings paying cial be pur J1 7President Savings Ktlmeathe50aisiz w o HARTFIELD I KKPEKS- KSTSGUCCENHEIMER ASSOCIATION those thett Vote Ohio Iowa made arrangements PUBLISHING ASSOCIATION OUR OFFERUNTIL I furI ll1 i I subscriptions their 1120718 addresses OUt rata PRIZES FOLLOWSfoTo the 2nd etimalc6 000To the 3rd 2100 To the 1th 1OUo To the 1th 500 To the nth 300 To the 7th Otl iI To the 8th I- UUTtTo the 10th 50 To the next 10 nearetIeach=150To the next fj nenrestJOTo the next hZ nearest =350 5 each=i10To the next 160 nearest 9 each=tOTo the next ISO nearest To the next 200 3 each=510 To the next 210a cart =JOO 1 each=260 Total In sdd x12800ItlouUe Spectral IntdTog e nearest correct estimatebefore July 1 OthS100000To the person the nearest correctbetween July 10th and 70000Tonearest correct estimateAugust lOth 50000TotalI prizetzamounting to J1500000 In case of a tie or where two or more estima tors are equally correct prizes will be divided equally + SUIiSCItlPTION 11LAHK + p Name Town State My Estimate THIS IS ONE OF THE GREATEST OFFERS EVER MADE 5OOOOOTHEe HAZEL CREEN HERALD a 4PAGE 28COLUMN PAPER costs only SIOO YEAR l You got tho Certifi cate ABSOLUTELY FREE I tfVAddre your orders to SPENCER COOPER Hazel Green KYw KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat digestants instant want sensitive stomachs dyspeptics stomach troubles cant helpbut garPT- bollbotuobcOnttan I Headquarter Importers No manufacture MASS Covernor send receive distribution troit Mich held 1901 with distribution these prizes amounting fl1estImate subscribers following making estimate between between them Tho Indu ttial Mutual DOIJO it Co TT- OF LEXINGTON KY INCORPORATED The Pioneer and Leader InTI NEW AND APPRONED CONTRACT JUST ISSUED Pays 40 per centNonyInvested I Redeems all Contracts in 156 Weeks HAS PAID CUSTOMERS IN FIFTY THREE 53 WEEKS OVER I OVER 73000 If 7oooooaI i IPASSEDI f Its patrons are among tho leading business in all thesi Keeps its promises to the letter Run by men o bush 1 standing and 1capacity Pf gfAJHun nun anjE JEIIIDIII T t I = fiIF S cf j tNtD VIlrl1 V crutjiIL IV 1 to n mit i 1ou Uerag wm who J L r IHIl IH ntt4 Inr cas1 Si0 slUr with tb- It ijJ 710 faitncf thvcmb Iucorrh l k m11ThtWCCytimy tiernu I gave ofif4 cvpcnenco ontt to remmelill Wino ot Cnrdu to lItfrlng wotum in words of4 bumlnJ eloqu000 r WNoFCAJllJJI1 bt f reeh of niltmcn whoa drugttfornot tl1ko ft ubstitute If toudoret J llro wun MttiicII tonth flntri youpp FiInlitFiFi putaIIrlllllom 11 I1tt r I HrlnJ ii The uChattanoogalenn Au Old Grccley Story Am s JJJ CtinMii 111 h tIl tho folhrvitu st f Horace Greeluy and sworn it wis true Itt will boar repei ting Ono day durin reconstruction jjtitnef when Ortfliy through tin Tribune was urgilg on th cnuia of the colored mutt insisting that ho should have tho right to vote titll juries hold ottico and ttoI perform all and singular the function of a fullHedged andl tmtram i moled American citizen therui came to him in his sanctum a negro in holiday attire lie was a dandy or as would be said nowa days a dude lie was arrayed in f clothes of fashionable cut a silk hat overtopped the short coal black curls about hiscranium ami ho wore gloves and toted a cane As Ihi entered tho great editor i was busy upon an editorial Now it was thoroughlyI understood aboutt tho Tribuno oflice that when Mr Grooley was writing Jm was on no account to lbe disturbed On this particular occasion Ill was in tho throes of composition Iis head o bout hoer his desk and Ihis hunt ilew4 dp puprfromvisitor ignorant of all this marc od straight in and sat down inj rlia chair alongsido tho editorial desk is 4I called Mistah Groeley to I v ask yo toI writo an editoriali urgji lytsciences ttI1lO editorial fact bout a little closer to the desk till hand hearing tho pon flew yet faster across tho paper After waiting a minute j for an answor and noon comingl i tho colored man regardless of the remonstrating frownsl of tho others in the room again t1itlin louder t and yet more pompous tones V I called Mistah Greoley tto t ttkyo sail to write an editorial urging upon the colored tHOU till jtudy of sciences sail1 Still no answer Only the fco bowed closer over the dImill1 tho hand flying faster over tho paI pore Again tho pompous colored1 man impatient for an answer lifted up his voice to still loudor t and more insistent tones p I called Jlistah Greeloy to ask yo sah to writo an editorial t sah urging upon the colored peo plo tho importance s hof study Ltlug tho sciences Without looking up tho greatl editor replied in shrill and strident tones III I Damn you got out Go away Go to hell I Iaitywliore I Go r to Now Jersey and raise potatoes I The coloredman l iniratings would conclude hut Whet Ii er he went to Now Jersey or to any of tho places where Greeloy told him to go I dont know IIcertninI iu seen I about tho Tribune ollico Dr Tnulbce requests us to S yi that alt who are indebted to him j must COnIC up natal pay taint at 1 once Ho needs tho money and tins indulged them just as long as I he can IfI they dont pity him and ff p atttq lit will put the LC j T lljts in Ithe hand of an attorney f ofhpacjr0stockor they can nako settleiuent of the amount 1with any of ily1uihis indo i creditors Ho satisfactorj Iatits L I p 1 IJ DIDNT SUIT 1V S Mt WILSON I ince did know ii lovely niniil- A mis oflii degree Vhii livtdwithin this mountain clinic A vision lair to setS T viewi her once the world would iy- Thil hot ill could I ItIenter Villi anxioiK Jieiirt I thmiilt Id try To Ie her earnest suitor To entertainments we would go Held at tie college here titipIt ut C would at t IIIS sjirinij- liodihcI tin lieverae there And then It limes toy pencil would IIlrlw outlines of hcrlVeI Intil a iMirtmit shone in view With lienuty art ami grace 1Ott hr huirjeae1 Is II bestow ThatI Ito icy eur 11111 lillY I lulihuclit 11llirsl tuirtoutituiAid oer the road wed flypaI To Torrent where wed ininil with The throng ofI dancer gay Oil our return asked ntt her Tit name the iutppr dtiy I tidd her ol n tuuuttant Ilove On uliieli he iuM j A love UiHt others nhII I And mf that neVr IiII lut lt r response mine like a huIkttYet I darvdI not dixpiite her And with much emphasis he said An old man didnt suit tier STATI OK Or CITY or Toirix l Lr ts COUNTY i Fran ICheney makes oath thatt Iio is ctniur partmT of tit Jinn of F J CluMity t Co iloini liusinuss iin tho City of Toledo county nit atj State afiroaid tutu that staid linn will pay the sum ofIXI IUXDUKD IIOIIAKS for each ami tt V TV case of Catarrh that cannot L cured hy till USa or iHalls Catarrh cure FUAXK J1 CIIKNKY Sworn to li forc nn ttiutSnI1 scribll in lilY pr st nce this I Uli dayl of Decominr A ID lls ol V GIEASOX- i l lAKAI XotO Publici Halls Catarrh Cure iis taken inI ternally and acts directly on thel blood and mucous surfaces of the S stllll Send for testimonials free F J CIIKNKY vfc Co Toledo 0 HaltsrI I lFamily lilI are this lesr mc A SixFooted Freak A tItan named I Ian Millr who llivos on Slatf creek in Moutom ery county and on the State road i j iis the owner ofat calf which lias six well defined hoofs two before haiul four behind mill it stands on all of them Tho calf is appar jently healthy and happy and bit fair to reach maturitybefore which time Mr Millerl i willI doubtUsshavel islOSuitltuf it to somn side shew or museum manager Our inform ant Stays tIlt calf was six weeks old1 when he saw it and that many PlO pie stopped to see the freak every i day ho was toldtl inuteii Cough Cure for my present good lhealth and my life 1 was treated iin vain by doctors for lung trouble following la grippe 1 took One Minute Cough Cure and recoveredI my health K II Wise Madison Ga 11 F IIKKATT Lady Citizen Complimented Miss1 Lula Kash of Hazel Green j O tto of the mot accomplishedI youngwomen lEastern Kentucky will teach till Willow Grovo school jII 511551011Itunate indeed ill securing tho service of this talented young j womuuFreuchLurg News DoWittsWitchllazolSalvcshould bo promptly applied to cuts burns und scalds It soothes and quickly iheals tho injured part There are worthless counterfeits be sure to get loVitts II F IJKKATT His Egg Easiness I am going into the egg Imsi of n anIIotherI lior Iaitit illIdispense with chickIh ens entirely I shall simply raise ChroniIwicleTolEghrnphII f could not digest his food Early Iho of Dr Kings New Lifo Pills have saved him They V digesionprove appetite Price 25c Money ack if not satisfied Sold by Taylor Day Ilnzol Greon and Cmnptonldrug Solid us 1 00 and record your guess for5OtO Try your luck 1 I o HAGANS OLD RYE WHISKEY Direct from Distillery to ConsumerQ Y ZTWHISKY IN JUGS HasansI Old Rye Bourbon or Malt 41 yoars old per gallon 200 Jlngans Old Ilye Bourbon or Mait I 5 years old per gallon 2f0 1UlI Old Rye Itourbon or Malt 7 years old per gallon 275 JIagand Old Rye Bourbon or Malt S yeiua old per gallon ttOO WHISKEY IN CASES We will 1111111 full quarts of Hagans Ilyo Bourbon or MaltI 10 von r ldI for 550 5 full quarts for P50or 12 full quarts for 1000J ckud in plain case no marks with corkscrew axial etched glass express charges prepaid Wo do not prepay express charges on whiskey under 8 por gallon If You Want Pure Whiskey Drink Hagans Rye whiskiosIOld Elk Isl I0 7f0 Old Elk 5s 12 1400 Old Elk 5s t0 700 Bond it Lillard ls 12 bottles per case 1500 Bond it Lillard 4s 5 750 Horn t Lillard 5s 12 14 XX Bond it Lillard 5s 0 70- 0tOld Tarr 5c 12 bottles per case llOO Ui bottles per case 550 Ashland 5s 12 bottle per caso fi 1200 01 bottles per cast f1iOO Old Elk is bottled in bond and also free tho other whiskies tint bottled free only You run no risk whatever in sending us your order I 1 1 repreoutm1Ify will be refunded We do not ship goods C 0 D Please make all r ConipanyItuferoitees Stoll it Co largest distiller in State Address THE HAGAN DISTILLING Co- Lexington Kj BRYAR DATJT ES G CE S9Th AIN ST EETLEXINGTON KY 0 t r jatrtlI1 mountain merchants is respectfully solic ited 11ai OIntr S viilI have prompt attetiti- tin43J T DAYfr OEALERI IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE HAZEL CIKEEN KY Has in slok a magnificent stock of ITOIATE GOODS in every lin and is freshening up every veekt1r McLin iis now in the cities buying and aslit buys he iis shipping in Our stock is so much larger and bought in such large quantities that wo CUll undersell any house in Eastern Kentucky Try us and you will be convinced that wo un erluy because you will know we undersell HUGHESJ I CHILL TONIC lUTunIItctter titan Calomeland Quinine Contrins no Arsenic iTiU OLD UELIA11LK A le A I and VlLLEMT 9EMEBAL TVi s welt Sure Cure anti Swamp KcTc anti JuS what you need at this IT FtiIS Mild Splendid Tonic tiariit ui dI Try It Dont take any Niibititute DruccUt 5oc and 91 n In 1SUCCtsSWUItlU A Farm ttorr Sale I will sell my of 159 ACRES Consisting of about SO acres of cleared more than half of which is in grass and the rest in good timber with one Good Frame Dwelling House four rooms ana a good drilled well dever failing water and outhouses cribs houscsIIFine Vein of the BEST COAL oni which several thousand bushels are ld each year The farm is one and one goodIul or writing to WM II Green Ky- WINCILESTEII itEdttfdr IUllt KY II WITHEKSPOOX President 11 D IIUNTEUCnshler Paid up Capital 10000000 Surplus 2000000 Handsome doposi of 1042 1048 This Bank solicits the accounts merchants farmers trailers anti business men KentuckydBDdtheefitiuiatc banking octlSly t IOOKt STIUCII IN TIMK Saves nut IIuKhrsTonie tao IrillgFallleugucnulie Malar al Fevers liver tones up the system aSI for Chills Fevers Bilious Fevers season oanm Laxative Nervous Sedative At Ilottler farm oak COHD Hazel of n ROBINSONPETTET COINCOUIOKATKD LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY THE NEW YORK WORLD f ALMOST A DAILY AT TIlE IlUCK OF A WKKKLY The presidential oninjiaiKii iIK over but the world goes on just the saute and it is full ol news To learn this news just as it is yutuavei l i IIII ThriceaWeek Edition of the New York World which COUIVH to the subscriber 13I i times a vear The 1llIice Week WorMs diligence as- a publisher ot first news has given it circu lotion wherever the English language it spoken and you want it The ThriceaWeek Worlds regular sub scription price is only 100 per year We oiler this unequaled newspaper and TH IfZRL GR1ilN HElliLD together for 150 rhc regular subscription price of the two papers is 200 SlIver Jlfgamlottfi Eggs I have for sale now Silver Wyandotte Eggs at 100 for 18 These Are Thoroughbred Buy a setting raise some THOROUGH BHEI CHICKENS and you will be no longer satisfied with the COMMON STOCK First call first served ROBERT I CORD 33 Hazel Green Ky C A LYNCH RETttESEXTIXG I ABNER BARNES S CObWholesale lily Goods Notions CDAUL TON W AII Solicits a share of your patronage sad asks you to bold an order for hint j a I REGAIN YOUR HEALTHWITII + VITAEORE H NATURES DOCTOR FOR MANKIND I IT CURES RheumatismtutDiptheria La Grippe Brights Disease Blood Poisoning Kidney Liver and Stomach Troubles Female Complaint Catarrh and I General Debilityw = coc = FROM PHYSICIANS KOPNTAIX CITY Ixi In niiniliers of instanir ViirOrc ha produced rciiiarkulile ruris of CHMN pro noiiiiciil iniuralilc ami I have hun nih it tIll must reliable renifily ill nil clironiu eases nlt disease IIwIIII1 die niy luruuhuussutl alI brethren everywhere to test it in their jirac tirI1l1l11 I leel asMiieil that lOttie with regretI it Tt W TAVIOI MI III j lioN I111 That till tlieriiflitic etlect lit ViteOre iis vitlnint an equal iit my caniliil did I liavi tested its virtues in nmnr enscs anil ean re vouinieml it JiHIX n MoitN MI In Pains in Joints SlDlllKV O T AX JliI hnve a little grauikliilil seven yenr tutu I who iiliuut two years ago win taken n ittii Iaiiu ill till tier juiiits so kill they toot I carry tier irouunuh mi pillows to ease IHie pain Jjhc could not eat wa sleepy anilI ilrowsy tilt the time was while as a sheet tOOt her joints were so swollen that eaiition hail to he u il in iiinviiii tier I tohl my huijhler that IIWIIS no doetor hut I knew that it Visat Ore did no goodI it would at teat do no hull so on my reeoniiuendation she look a pneka e and in one week the child was so hug to rhool There luau Ilieen no return oflie trouhle shire IIII people only knew halfI as nineli ahiiut VilieUn as tier mother there uould not I Ia house in I aiiada with unit VitaeOre alwayn on hand for an cnierj eney for my lallluuI1II1I gut along with out it MyI eyes haveheen trouhlinu me for aliuut six years and unto alter using Vitae Ore ithey are woiiderliillv improved 1or Throat and ISiirns VitaeOre cannot t 1reeat It iis u Uodteiul Miu TlloMAb ltNNtIV Change From 75 Years of Age to 16 Mr Cooper Hazel lircen Kyr1 purchased some of the VileOre from you in the tatter part idI Starch and alter taking about a half pint of the Vite Ore Elixer my nerves were as steady us when I ices 10 years of ago and IIant now past a For more than a vear 1 haul hell trying allI the latent medicines tint nostrums 1 eouldI hesr of to build myself 11111111t notliini Iio- lme I any good until I turd VitieOre which my wile brought me from your huH Alter using it a week IIIt1I1 out and dill three ilnys as hard work us I havedone inJKi years and I was Out mure falinued than I wa 25- yenrs ago over thhallle work It is the grauiltst mediciiio in the world and I want errrvbody ill the mounlmns to know what it did Our me su they may try it Ilopin every one who has that tired feclini inei uhtttt to uulul age willI buy Vitiee OreofIIIItI1l1 tflvv it a lair trial i remain thankfully yours Our putting me on to this remedy JAMES A LACY I can vouch for every word Mr Lacy says in the above I am his wife and bought the t 1 thiuugtitiit e hud triad so many things that Ihlllll good I have also ued VilaOre and am stronger and in better health than for years which I attribute to its use IIs1 So ir ii KY LACY Lacy creek June I 1M1 Bladder and Kidney Trouble CII WAlin 1111- II must say I never heard of a ease of Iliad tIer and Kidney Trouble which was as luauI as mine was li hail to get up from twenty rtto twentylive times a night to urinate withtmi burning pain I had been troubled withI Lithislour or live dillei cut kinds of medicine from the doctors which did me no good I tried various patent medicines tool doctors with out Otto event of goodI resulting I have not used quite three packages of VineOre I hiim Ct years of age liltI feel as Si nil as when I wits 30 years old There iis one thing about VitaOre which I have observed and thaiI is it will tout hurt anyone It is goodI fur anyones system I know ofllllltlwhll was troubled with Kidney and HladilerTrouble Our ten years that after using VitaeOre sIte is now entirely well If anyone wants to hnow if this is a true statement he can call and see me or write to me- JlIiN u11tsi 57I X Clark St onij but the brave dare step aside lFrom customs iron rule The common mind must follow it Or bo esteemed a foolii ri4jhi talnut t W J DRUMMY Prop 10 North Mill Street Lexington IKy Fino WInos Liquors and Cigars sighlTnkeGo to bed drunk and you will sleep without pain j Get up in the morning antI go at it igain i I JAMES M BYRNES WKolesale Paper DDeale- rPRINTER Stationer and Bookbinder LEXINCTON KY Blank Hooks and Catalogue WOrkii specialty BLUEGRASS + NURSERIES I SPRING 1901= 0Fruit ait Ornamental Trees Shrubs Roses Grapes Small fruits As forOrchardrightINorockbottomon application to Ha F HILLENMEYER LEXINGTON KY 1 ii i t AFTEIt Yttr HAVE TISTEO ALL NOSTRUMSI DRUGS AND DOC roiotily to grow older and worse try VriMvOREJ the Ore of Lifeiul learn that it i14 the Best Thing III On or Out of the Eajth for the Afllicted IItI s UIH t nailed Antiseptic Tonic Power willI remove the XidiMJof any iillI I Itiiis not II ijtiatk nostrum hut a rrnuily nothinj man mates frjunls It challenges coni liarioii It i ia discovery never downed by IllIIChwill thrive on a iuitaus illi Ixing protracted IItI iis a puzzle to the scientist an enigma to the medical student a irooti to the alllirted It contains nil the elements lacking in the body in poor health and supplies to the system that which is nccismy to ittslain Life HrallhI 11111 OtrllIllhiYET lBIoiuittehitii II I FROM MINISTERS KiiKV IIII I I I litise lieen atllirted with Xervnui ProI 4ralillll Liver ami IKiilncy tronlile fur abolltIt IlfiI years anil Iilrs Our O years Alter usin llllfUt1II I it e lir nliiuit four iiiiiiillis anil tautlayuit xN ersittu Irnotratiun Kittuiiytuitt t IJver Troul ll anil tills tire irone Kiv T II SMITH lIrsiON 11- II have taken your VitaOre Our about a monthI and liml il has done me mUll gent I tthan am ihtiutar I have ever taken for Uver and KUney TrimbleKKV C II WU ISI I j CatarrhI AN ilK Midi j 1IOrt number of yenrs I xiillereil to jj iitarrh of the Head uiitil it linully ilhII my Slonuirli and1 Itowels The least IIi would iiriiisf my stitlcriigs so I uuiluI j searrtlv ever lept more thiin three or lot r j hiHiis during itilt nicht Two yearn ago myI Thioul and liroiuhial Tubes hteame alttel uIftJt eased1 A veiy moilenite use of Vilw anil VO Ore Oline loin greatly relievcil OrtII Millerin anil IItutu now ill better tthan cilice IIIar Ijlt which time I IJ eomjielliil fo giVe IIwork I weighIjj ten poundo more than I have tor many veai 0 ami believe tthat a jiersislent and in j illient DM if V tiuiul its coiopaninn IC lucilie so IIIrk souuui Ills Our the sutlerin I know it is tin ue Il VO Kuculyptiis Oili a IIIIIIIIlioll with VO that keep myr j wile ttuuts iti lug vel Ithrough allt the ilauip iniuy wrainer Slur is MI Mibjeil to Coughs Colils an1 rneiinonia that we would notI ilitliui lieini without those artieles anil VO lrsIiute ti well aunt most laitlifullj iusiu iunuiuh ilifiu to nlllieted Jieople I i SiusiiF- oyer Futis irrv it 52ttS I lake PIIJrt ill telhiuta ysuuu what ittt- IOn ha utiite hiur use t ttttiit a ytti r II I WI tlk11 jikiuiul titv Iutttusr iiul Iwa S gtuiuia tl hat itr ul Ilie aisu lilt tumult dill lilr toilultiutilthis lhidl 11111 toe i imugutmud- I5 h tmtimguiut was rmmtutrmltill the timite llilt tmli Imutetuttaht The utmtitmmrt vtuiuliiiI Il uiumg sin IHh1 hmst tiauit IIsos tilt ailliIU IItllOt wrkelll uiiv larm I 111IIlat II 1siki uumt VitaOre tiiiuhtfitr I ltttul tm kIt iil I wits mluli iuuai tIter 1IIlrlI It Ihlill- emre a I Ihizsi all the 1Hlhillt s I hue t e I I latkIfitecOmI t urius wllrk I Lutumoc ilmat I tmve I 111110 hllll nut liii guujtu III give mtir 10- 1IIIIIIIrrflll j rtiiiiuiy a fair Irtalit it alflutIv 111 tile uiitttlu gl11iLI I I IIful1lllalth II3t t W 111 iT i f l Cured at 82 Yearstj iN1lFItON tNt s Kiollll1TrllllleI ij I enre mnile by yntir VitaeOre I began ttaking it and it has done me more goodIIoI than till of the other medieiiu I have evert s lhOllijlilllr1 j j ean now walk Ifour or live miUs inmluiuu LII tfeel the elIcits if it i was SJ years oliltI ii September 11 j I JosKIlH KIITslm Ijllrowit St tII II Was Nearly Dead IAIIS TIxsI I IIcrjilll l j man as possible last winter before I began tto take itaOre and the grave was prefer able to what I sutlered IIuiuse feel thirty years youngrr ami ran do tiiymwii work no matter how heavy or hard it ruav hit Without u doubt it is a wonderfu illcol iicillc lltIN itoQatrA Oiie tsckage usuitkn I QUllrl Vitin HI ihixsr lu toiiy lotlltrss hy uuulh Si hits bron tested lly intiltittiilc of people jand is universally endorsed IiofI WOMENI Mo itaOie has cured me itt Ithenmatism of2 t lflhuiittimuill J ItiliItbetes and I KhcumiitNin- r ilsI j A A 111811 AtImy IHaII ever since December 1MMI and withIt us to honsehidd reinedy 1 IvsimtIusiluSmmre it JtJJ Iit i l iied it ljs W H 1oIII i Saved Her Life 4 CKNTKI MIII Aiu ZZO w tuhfuriind the liest uoetor I finew ol failed I am inow well ami stout ajrnin I lived for three ltatIthat maktk people ijill wliei theytune as helplos as a new horii habe 11111 11 me lus 11 rescuer 1 had Catarrh ol S omach IIti ttlammation of the Kidneys uuist Eutlarge ment if the Spleen VilaOr is also tie l test ttiiig Our Sore Throat and Didither tthat 1 have rear seen 011s Kl K IOM Jaundice SAIK CKNTKK Mixs 112S9S No doubt you tire railed upon daily to nItsome great ciireVilwOrv has wrought ffor some unfortunate biing IItotutit to teil you what it has lItton fjr me I Wilt sick one trmuubteiittigumtiotuiitust an able bodied ease ofjaundice on hand The hurt would open or partially open occasion ally and inspire hope tif recovery only lo be iiisappoiutcil IIliS again closing IIWIS ulioutthv colorI of H newlyl smoked ham and enduredi the tortures of the lhiimmueulsoith an infernal itching I uas treated by aliri cias physician Consultation wits held with two of the most prominent practitioners lfrom the Twin I jtjtsufuer taking no end of medicines will no results they toll me there was no help Sir me hut an opera tion I bad fallen off about 70 pounds in s tipllti it agent prevailed upon me to try just one package ot his remedy lie hud previouslyI tried to interest me in it lint I shook him and stuck to prescriptions Hut as the doc tors sji ir was useless to give me any mole I told my g I friend tl bring me some and 1uk it as a torlorn hope llaving no CUll ilidence in U 1 even neglected to prepare itr several days Finally I commenced u iig to ilirtctions 1If hhoiild tell stuw soon I felt niyselt11 new man you w think IWIIII ronmncing as n matter of ounto you Hut one package cured me antI day I am a well mail never lItter in life Asa matter of course I am not as ive at X us I was at LU but I heel just as oetltlyI indigestion Iih a thiitugof tIme past and my liver has been httendint strictly lo business ever hince I dont suppose it is a universal panarea hut It my liver ever goes ut another strike vou max be sure I will end lor ViticOre CIIAS HAUMOV Paralysis and Rheumatism IIIjI friends who tone using VitaOre TIme man with Paralysis and Kheiimatism dill lucia 11Ilhcwhich he has not been able to do for years Mrs Smith asulleier from Dropsy and Fe wale Trouble is doing us well as can be ex peeled The mUll who was Paralyzed about sJleuLItalks now go at to Made a Permanent CoreI- SIIIANTOWX X C I have used VitaeOre for n Cancer on my heck RIII it lilade to peclusanolut curL nfllr doctors and cancer cures failed I think it will do all things that it is recommended to do W M AKKKV VITORE is SlOO a Package Mailed to any address on receipt of price It makes 1 Quart of Elixer Dos1 teaspoonful SPENCER COOPER Hazel Green Ky Exclusive Agent for Wolfe Ireathitt Magoffin Morgan and Henifee iiF SADLER Cot3Establishetl in 1SGG COMMISSION MERCHANTS J FOR TIlE SALE OF Cattle Hogs SneeD1L and LAMBS Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI IOIIK J Utn ce Telephone 1VKST lOt OJJrLilienil easli advances maic upon consignments atimlsale I DONT FORGET IT WE MANUFACTURE Rubber StampsAnd Keep on hand Pads Inks and Stamp upplies J L RICHARDSON CO I IN E i t tt37 West Short Strict LEXINGTON KY K m oi n IN EVERY DESCRIPTION NEATLY CHEAPLY AND- PROMPTLYEXECUTED AT LUII utncJt AND ATThiAJEIU GUARANTEED U4 ALL CAS estl lf It liS rwhat will bo done for us rrrrrfnrtttrttnnrrntnnrf ti OOOOHOOOOOOOO oOIOOCoocco eoouL iu this itofnlstftttt7b lw 1 led 278of whom 137 were 1 GrcIcn I1 I ul 42 came from tho communi ty leaSfn1 dsLin Eastern Kentucky au- c its popularity is growing ht m Eastern Kentucky +cr donlanthedtorminod e for both academy and boarding d I Just as soon cottract1 a new 0 story stone or brick academy building with bus riicrt Tiu Imm oddairy Thjk first iloor Hii iiav library mc v 4it16iistlf i a ittIn rlNlla slTho second llur win iiavo time as 1i capaciryroomThosteeling isthoi t builllinA largo dining hall mill kitcteSwith other suitable rooms hll 1111terected where tl their meals AjiI I J wilho1 j j t young wo I will have their rooms mOllII Other cottages will he 1 fullilies d proaviding itc while attending tin huihlingisnow and the beginning of the sccjI ItPondingj buildings the school work will I he carried on in the present academy and hoarders will be taken care of as heretofore i aClommodatiouI j who attend tho Fgillnillgj The citizens of Hazel Green aiii 101Jl i t 101 II STATIONS lDailyex No I Sunday liily 1MLvelM1 Lye Lexiugtnn 5 pin 7111 nrr inchester a lo 1111 S IT 1111 LJeKJnncn 3 J2 111 S 37 nnr Clay City 3 55 pin l M and Stantoii I c pru eI 25 au NatltridKtu 1 iS 1n 51 aul Torrent r t W 1111111 US a- Iteattyve 1111 Je 5 U put III 2U un Jackson ti 15 pn111 tO a1111 WEST LUUNDI 1NoSTATIONS Dailytx nISumlay unity Jackson ii 25 1111 1111i lleattyve Jc Tltla 3 2iIi luutTorrent 7 47 aril t I17 Nat Bridge S 01 out 101 1lIIi Stanton S 2s tun SO pmt- Clay Pity s 7a 1 Tli hu- tIIEJtmcn u meant 5 OS pal Winchester t2 tun u 1111ij Lexington 10 10 ant Ii 05 pto- J U KAUUGenl Manager CJlsscorr Gnu Iass Accnt T It MOUUAX S P A WF BAKER HoailquniltTH ltirliourvlUe Ky IIUIImST Ii BluHdlllbuH BIOS ultuo fin UU Nashville Term Manufacturers old Jobbers of STAIMI ami CUSTOM SHOES curries a full line 01 S1ysautple DILLER BENNETT WHOLESALE j TII1Nr1 It JThe Largest Exclusive 527 W Main St Wholesale 1imiitiire Dealer in the South LOUlSVllle Ky u J 11 SnultI8WOItn GO Manufacturers and Johhers of MEN s BOYSCLOTHINGI I 007 W MAIN STREETLOUISVILLE KY l REHtBEVERSON CO WltOL1SA 4- k E1 6A Ll Y9 508512 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY n MENDELWEINSTOCK 5 CO 1IATS627029 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY LOUISVILLE TIN AND STOVE COMPANY Jobbers and Dealers in 3T E5iJapaned and Tinware ct LOUXSYILJiEty1 HERALD b TJII- U JOU IJUSTING IS ST 0ui theeheRI1IJt I by sondiiiR thoir children iii wards to Hazel Green academy Two additional boaddcdSrptombItweeks of tho second term work will bo done in tnormal sleciaJtIlnormalwill bo arranged for Nu lc0rrthimr vember January March and May dOIllIrthoddtd1 charge of 01 citll wardobtainwhtheyitt colleges and at much less ox S3 puP Tim musical department wi i featurethol uf vi-A IInxfwI j tlI t 311dwe unliduntiy expect an annual on irollment of i500students within from throe to live years Srvn or Oniu CITY 01 TOIKKO jFrauhijj8i I th he is senior partner of time firm F hllSillosinis wtatell t firm w ill 1y mho sum of oi mxmtt DiiiAits for each andI every ease Catarrh that cannot be cared by tho ustt of lHalls cunIsub scribed in litd1 18SCt J ilKArONJi Halls 111vernallyI tillhlolll of tillisvstem Solid for testimonials free IF1 CIIKXKYit Co Toledo O HallsII me jS 0111 friend White of ttIn X ws put it The money must travel Htllll1IIIt am 1 1The Iit I otg you will do me a for Dont say anything about this discov ory Lot someone else take tit news to tho sherin A moments hesitation and IIIS siiiitedand remounting our ponies i wo passed out of tho bolt of heavy hammock or swamp forest that borders Muddy Creek and cantor i 111001d1twb1pine woods soon gained our shanty on time bank of clear Lake Stella For hours that night I lay awake I was younger thou and my tthoughts dwelt on the widoopon eyes of the murdered man under the oak eyes which oven when I dozed oil seemed angrily to re roach mo for leaving their hap lless owner to the tender mercies of the rangewolves and buzzards Let me hero explain why I had consented to this strange request of my dear friend anti partner Philip Devereux Pedro Martinez a Cuban settler in our remote Florida township was tho father oft very lovely j I laughter and at tho sumo time haudsomI 0 grey saddle pony Tho former Dovoreux was deeply in lovo with the latter was wildly covoted by Ed Hart a young cattleman from the adjoiningcountywho frequent ly passed our way with boasts for the Tampa market Six months before the unto of mystory Hart had appeared at the Martinez placeI with a fast and very pretty little bay mare and had actually by many desperate lira and false swearing induced Martinex to d I a trade an exchange of which theI old man got all tho worst for tho little bay speedily proved utterly unsound and untrustworthy with novor a thing to recommend her but her looks Tho hotblooded Cuban naturally resenting this ar runt swindle sent a message toi Hart requesting him to set the matter right To this ho got a sneering even insulting reply which so infuriated him that bothl i Devereux and T felt sure fromIi threats uttered in our hearingthore would be trouble when swindler I and swindled should meet Mar tinez was a dangerous man when aroused and quite reckless of con sequencesSo be easily imagined to whom our suspicions jumped when we discovered Harts corpse and1 equally the anxiety of Deveroux tKatrhis l P iUectivo fatherinlaw light not bo branded as the sloy Ajr Understand we know nothing I of the facts of the killing whoth or it had 1 been a fair fight or as wo feared more likelyan assassin shot from tho depths of tho brush In t i 4 GREEKdBY SKAM WltSOX No doubt fitergotr With factories lIumtrousto1 ell rllril nut let blowVhelr freeAllJlninWhile lyttAndIIhol l flreenAmuchrenown On Kentuckys soil spotThntitthti owi Yes let loudTheirireplIuthorseIassYou sec I boast to lay cf Hazellttteen tad LrhgItv fIrld SplingAquaftrdJSyt earthhspowers never lark IJirthiI heart JreenWithstore Tis filled with lovely novelties adoreWlurc MyleArcbehold i fu1 when suyHsold 11088 GreenIluilleIdayUhillsThatycenftAndplaceApurer glow Than other towns van grace I Least today of Hazel preen To heat it twill be bard Tor lot another ItucIti Owned by that husiiiexs menSoi When you want lumber go at once And sec II 1F Iieralt I Least today of Hazel Green And its dent mountain sheet With I ITillellt Come sue andI allII dollar send r lad yoaJl receive today A coupon with u chance to win A fUrl II Ill in this waysI Least inSayi of Hazel ireen And of its college grand lll hot and brietracbool or dI guijjnt a couple of weeks Inter I we nervously ventured along the Creek track no signs of time body were visible beneath tho liveoak The wolves and buzzards had well done their loathsome work Gradually natters worked hack to Limo old routine Devereux again took to spending his leisure even ings in the society of Isabella Martinez I too using them for un PROIYI EXPOSITION illustration herewith western beautiful imposing grounds northern Propylaa a massive towered entrance ond lisping shooting that had always been my favoraite pus I j Martinez had substantiated aI claim to time pony by n judiIII cious payment county au j thoritios as represented by j I j sheriff Harts disappearance i owing to 1 his Ihaving no relativesI 111II state passed almost un I oed amongest our scant and busy population four mouths passed by when ono evening myold houndj treed a a hollow cyl press on of creek yards from spot whore wo had found Harts body In excitement of I gave n second thought locality eagerly sot to work to smoke lOUt my quarry stuffing the- i hollow trunk bundles smoulder big grass and Spanish Whilst thus stillIr i I I ground of a loping pony Glancing up the last clear rays of I twilight showed mo fast approaching down creek track pony with Martinez in the die Convinced as I was of I mans guilt a vague wonder seized mo hardihood in passing scene of crime aim tho same animal which had borne the murdered man On came opposite the groat liveoak suddenly l hundred shouldreceivea er you will understand arequostontoAlsothiswillgotuntilup Allwho nicelyIaunetcshouldngontforLatuldtime tothattistate tfII usettsihroughihell stainlianueandthol i hadntgotManney I I would 1 withoutthoII II DoWittsWitchHazolSalveflhould I ho Il1Irnsalldtho injured and quickly I ureworthltogetj Tho republic is readyfor launching but the people therewill find gooddealofstatethodeepI Tho piles that ll twihoifou permanently healed IlizelSalvoij un- F11TT coterfeitsTho Noelupy governcountbut we that there is 6furiuyeatignUrs A had complexion 41 resultsfronmhmrelsIncases DeWitts Lililit t L HUW Culila soon came tounuing leafy depths- A very few minutes convinced that Martinez was quite deiu Yet what could bo the cause The t fall on the soft ground was a nothing neither was there any of kick or I left tho ill omened spot and hurried home afoot where by good luck I foirnd Doveroux and told hint what had nccurred Ho was all anxiety for his sweetheart and suggested that I whilst he went over and prepared EA PANAMKKICAX Tho time end of time Propyhea This iis an architectural ornament of very cud de de8ignedjllIdent to the trafiic of steam railways which pass the Exposition upon tho side The is 500 feet long with tho and times grey to tho the the had Some had Rip coon in tho edge Muddy not fifty the the the not to tho but iuto of moss engaged tho hrokollliIthofeotof tho tho grey sad the old at his tho very his self they till when the heals of Cuba know think me mere sign blow shows at each chase her for the shock I should bring tho body in This with the aid of a negro hand and our light spring wagon I did and by ten oclock tho unpleasant task was finished Next day was an inquest and the verdict given Death from unto ral causes n but as there was no doctor in roach we were as far as ever from understanding tho actuall facts of time case Privately I felt sure that could any of the jury h have seen those dreadful static horrorfilled eyes before they wore finally closed thoir opinion would more likely have been Death from sheer fright And now comes tho sequel which is to mo more of a mystery than what has gone before Shortly af ter her fathers death Isabella Martinez and Phillip Devroux were quietly married and settled down on the Martinez homestead My old friend and I still however saw undIgethor Harney coot ty town whore we transacted business and generally had a pleas ant chat and game of billiards with some of our countrymen- It was an August evening that we two started on n return ride from Fort Harnoy I was on old Texas Dcvoreux on the grey whichI was now his favorite mount All the afternoon a series of brief hi fierce thunderstorms had rolled up from the gulf and passed rural o = J Zi2j is k as i or if it a v y a ar lim to have H I and kept rfti to his neck as if it Not a word culd I get out of him so him into Texas saddle I soon hud him house ut Luke Stel la when I dosed him with and made him bathe his head in cold water he turned to me and sal H Fenton do you a dead mUll can have power to harm a ono 1 Not what to say I kept silence and ho went on As sure as I live just as I the oak someone or sprang from the into the saddle behind me me with icy the neck and I me Tho puny as you saw lbolted but it was not till I lost cud fell from his back that the I dont know what it wits tier do 1 want to but this I do know that never again will I ride the was quite right for tho poor little beast never that night at the when next day we his trail we found him many miles away lying dead on the odgo of a great to death by the glove or fiend that 1 I ad ended tho life of ono rider and oven in death seem ed still to covet tho cause of tho short of his own Times Man Great was felt by tho of M A o Lexington Ky when they saw he Vas also his eyes andl he Isis was Ho was treated by tho host but Then he was to try Hitters tho e writes After two bottles I was cured A trial proves its merit for all stom ach liver and Only 25c Sold by J Day Hazel Green or S S Combs A Son drug stores That Little OIL Red Steer Tho Norris Nolan steer case came up again at Rich inond last week This caso ha been in tho courts for years It has been tried several times iin and and is now sent back from the cir court for Tho steer iin was valued at 21 the costs in tho case to date to 1000 Sun men and omen to travel and fo old cial 780 a yet and all in cash r onces ed Mana gor 355 Bldg U 0- I tti I = and poor man =and material 25 g you get re 3suIts if the material is the =1 best and the workmen the =most 3 f Our Lumber the best j= E best in the State =Our workmen are men who have =1E manyyears practical experience We1E the carry one oflargest stocks of DOORS =andE BLINDS to be found anywhere in Central 3E Kentucky Located we are you =saveE the difference in freight from Louisville Cincinnati to place you send us your 3order for Doors and Windows you are needingIf you are not now carrying this stock of =goods dont you think would be good inE vestment to order UXJJU about it =carefully and send us trial order t lift bssustainOl1- Mhock hbQpaimuii lifting brandy Suddenly abruptly believe living knowing passed something shadows clutched fingers around began slowly strangling consciousness horrible graspwas slackened greyHe appeared pasturogatoaud followed gloomy swampridden cutting earthly lifoGood White Turned Yellow consternation friends Hogarty turning yellow Jii6skw slowly changedcolor suffered terribly malady yellow jaundice doctors without benefit advised Electric wonderful 1mbtaking wholy matchless kidney troubles Taylor Campton celebrated Madison Jessamine counties rehearing question amount nearly Winchester WANTEDTliistworthy advertise establisholiltouso0fe01idfina standing Salary expenses payable rotetaldreas stamped envelope Address Cazton Chicago tnm n resultsfrom = workmanship r- And 1sussnip poor But can good skilled hLLTLr securedourhad SASH will this will usThink = Lumber t LEXlNGTONncim made our kucncn Mime Lee iatevood of Ml Sterling IIs drinking at the Springs And the IraiIOf that famous water lie just ioniinuully sing William Hagir bas took IMISSOMUII- i ofi bis house so new fwd nice Around in the Lock Hollow They are living as snug as wise J ILnnford Craft and Aloiuo Cisco Two bright young men of Hazel Green Were out this way Sunday Hfteruoon i I nut just wk them who ull tiny seen Miss Annie H towLof Campion I Ami her niece Miss Mary Iierattra Were visiting their uraudjinrents Sunday And also gave us a pleasant chat I Some of our folks went to tlieCntkey church j j To hear the Scriptures expounded IIOni II Surely this is meeting men on I time common levels of their humanity and there is no speculation in it except a wee bit perhaps ii in tho last line of the fourth stanza neither is there a single exploring expedition into any of the crypts of metaphysics It is purely Lowellian ajid while the hard of Swango Springs should feel to rejoice in having touched the chords of so true a measure those who contend that there is u dilYerence between magazine poet j ry and Lowell poetry as defined by him will find great comfort inI reading these unaffected canto demic lines from the simple poet of miaturnlism11IILamJlautp ton in New York Tinges Saturday Review July 1 1001 She Didnt Wear a stIcompletelyf i pies till she used Bucklens Arnica willlulcers carbuncles and felons from its use Infallible for cuts corns burns scalds and piles Cure guaranteed Price io cents atIJ Taylor Day Hazel Green oriS S Combs C Son Campton drug storosiTIIK HAKI GUKKX HKKALD hIentered upon its seventeenth year and appeared last week in an onI larged form As wo have said for j at least seventeen times we THE HKKAII many more wishII usefulness and its editor hotter sev n eighths long life and I happinessMt Sterling Gazette No discuveryiumediciuohasuvcr created one quarter of the excite ment that has been caused by Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption Its severest tests have beets on hopeless victims of Con sumption pneumonia hemorrhage pleurisy and bronchitis thousands i of whom it has restored to perfect health For coughs colds asthma croup hay fever hoarseness and whooping courgh it is the quickII est surest cure in the is sold by J Taylor Day HazelI Green and S S Combs d SonI Campton who guarantee satisfac tion or rotund money Largo bot tlost SOc and 100 Trial bottles j free 111 Company lK y vf t aA tr SOLE DEALER HAZEL CREEN KY DAY HOUSE IIAXKL GltEEX1 KY I N 15 CUAHAMJ liomiiTou + This bottle hits recently been refurnished renovated and wider the present man ement will continue to maintain the high reputation heretofore accorded it for house departmentIaffords and tie patronage of the public re Jleetfulh solicited Sample rooms fur commercial tourists Livery stable in connection where horses and vehicles will have the best attention ROSE 5 WHEELER t PRACTICAL BlACKSMITHSiii AND WACONMAKERS 1 HAZEL GREEN KY js Intite the attention of the farmers of this vii cinity to their im = n roved facilities for blacksmithing anil wagonmnking as well as repair work of nil kind A full force of first class mechanic insures promptness in the execution of all work entrusted to them and satisfac tion is guaranteed in nil casts Buggy building nail wagon making are our specialties Your patronage is re spectfully solicited and will be iluly ap I reel atell llcapcctfully Cc U03K WHEELEIJ A now firstclass cafe for ladies and gentlemen has been opened in the Phoenix Hotel Annex oppos ite the C it O depot where nIl the delicacies of tho season are served in firstclass style Ladies especially are invited salrisnteO CLOCKS t- EWTGHES ir rIa Endless Variety 1100 Upwards Every Timepiece unv w arrI1 FBED J HIIEIU i Manufacturing Jeweler i 135 Ettta Stroet It near postoa- iccLexington Ky A losl111 11auv ilesired inrurmatiODJ =v 10 GI AOADBKY in this v ti most iIIBrio history uistitti bitTIieenrollment iietl 8of whom 137 were Filers Tho town of Hazel Green IIHIII 1 rid country adjttcr nt tints leavj ing JOT who canto from some dsiII tnnco There is no store popular school in IEastern Kentucky and its popularity is growing hlY1H1 j Eastern Kentucky liecauso of the urgent demand the C W 15 11 has already de tormined to erect now buildings for both acadomy and hoarding Just as soon as 1possible tho con tract will ho let for a now threo story stono or brick nendomy buildingwith hll1I1I1 l Tho bar j inont will contain fuim Ioat dairy laundry timl I rl If The fir+ t iloor i it imvn library ofhce TiJsiB illllitdln rxiiis The MHond tirl will avi the ns vmbly hail with a seating capacity of 500 and recitation rooms Tho third floor will contain sleep ing rooms for young man IIt is the purpose to completu tthis building by Uocember of this year A largo dining hall and kitchen with other suitablo rooms will 1 It erected whore young men and women will take thoir meals A number of four room cottages willl be erected where the young women will have their room Other cottages will be erected mum lot to young women mill faith l proIhlingthllschoolas possible will be done lIwtwwm tC1LInd1 Pond illg the erection now buildings the school work will l ljcarried on in the present academy I and boarders will be taken care o- as t heretofore Ampl accommo dations will I10 provided for nIlII who may attend tho academy be ginning Tuesday September rd i The citizens of Hazel Green andi vicinity purchased and donated to ie C11 15 M a thirtyacre cam is overlooking the town from tin outheast Upon this campus allow buildings will be erected The ite selected will bo one of the most eautiful in Eastern Kentucky ten tho improvements contemp ul aru put upon ito no sure tin p afuf what will bo done for ns by sending their children anti academyTwo bo SfptolllblrIi ond term work will ho done in tho spocialInormnlarranged for No 1MaylvorvthingI tto make this tho school of the mountains The commercial de partment will I be in chargo of one jospofially prepared for such work Young uteri tad women may ob itain in this department just what Ithey would get at largo business colleges and at much less ox ppnso 1lmusical department will ptiili bo muelt lucial feature oft Chas tlY4 k All i i the outlook for Hazel l ru academy is bright and we Ioiiiidontly expect an nominal en jrollmont of 500 students within from throe to live years i Srvn or OHIO CITY OK TOIKHO 1I ssLtsFrank J Cheney makes oath that ho is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheneyt1 Co doing business in the City of Toledo county and State atYre aid ami that said linn will pay the sum of OXK srxniui DOIIAKS for each amid ev rv cae oi Catarrh that cannot be cured by 1the use of Halls Catarrh cure- Fr1xI1 CHKNKY Sworn to before mo and sub scribed in my presence this fills tiny of Decomhior A In IiiA Sv jJlKAfOX- SKAI t Note PublicI illI system Send for testimonials free 1 Fr CIIKNKY tC Co Toledo1 O SoW by drusrgists Too Halls Family fills ar tin lestl IllC A our frieid VJite of the Frt uchhurg X vs put it lilt t money mut trawl in the same envelope to Cincinnati wuh our order for Goodsor thedo t t como Pear this ill mind and1 1pay up your = ubcription iu tanter Iam indebted to One Minute Cough Cure for my present go J health and my life Iw p in vain by do following ENTERPRISE OF HAZEIQHEEK In ytM WILSON No doubt youve heart some people blow About their citys site With factories that are numerous Kor linsiiieis enterprise Hut let them how fhilr bugles free All oer this enrtliiyl plain While I for one will tune my lyre And sing a new rcff11 I hoist to tlav of hard Green A place ol much renown On Kentuckys sail tluresnota spot Thais Purer than this town Yos let them Mow their buglet loud Their niilroail music tree Hilt soon therell he an liou horse Pass near HazelI Green You see- I boast to lay of Hazel ii een- Anil sweetest music bring ilorldTheA better draught eras nevei quallVil- Ily invalids lips on earths Its curative powers never faiN To give the weak new birtii I boast today of Hazel green With its tine millinery store Tis tilled with lovely noveltierii- Wliieh all the girls adore Where fashionable hats of peerless slylo Ire beautiful to behold 1I11IhllIl you purchase one yoilH say No liner could be sold I boast to dayof Hazel Green Its two commodious mills fro running on day alter day ln iipassed by the hills That look with beauty oer the scene And gives this peerless place A richer brighter purer glow Than other towns eau grace I hast today of Harl Green To beat it twill be bard For Ilo another enterprise has eons It is a lumber yard Owned by that business man of taco So builders have a chat When you want lumber yo at onee- Ami see II F Iiemtt I boast today of Hazel Green And ils dear mountain sheet With Spencer Cooper as editor Tint IlKKAIns hard to heat Come one iud all a dollar send And youll receive today A coupon with a chance to win A fortune in this way I boast toiay of Hazel line And of its college rand 1Tlu best and briulilest ebool that standsI tpon lCentnck s laud Where crown t hunIdreder you will understand that it is a request that you subscribe at once Also if in arrears remember this will bo the last paper you will got until you pay up nicelyIanndriodshirts should call on Robert Cord agent Lauudrythoi that of any laundry in the state tf throughIIellManney gets tho glad hand and tho ready smile But if site hadnt got through Captain Manney would have got tho hl1 without the gate DoVittsWitchHaolSalveshould ho promptly applied to cuts burns and scalds It soothes and quickly heals tho injured part Thoro are worthless counterfoils be suro to get DoWitts II p PIKUATT readyforgooddetlstate slides down tho ways into the deep water The piles that annoy you so will bo quickly and permanently healed if you use Dowitts Witch Hazel Salvo lewaro of worthless couu terfoils II IF PIKUATT Tho investigation of Mr Neely up to date has cost the govern mont tSOOM Wo dont know but wo think that there is cause for an investigaiion of tho investigators A hud complexion generally re suitsI from inactive liveri and bowels In all such cases DeWitts Little Early Risers produce gratifying n Milts II F PIKUATT Tho Cuban cartoonists are lam hsting Platt of New York in staid of Platt of Connecticut How vr Ton Platt cant well ue llcz too in n moo You cant get good results from good building material and poor workmanship = sAnd you cant get good re 3suIts from good workman ship and poor material 3 But you can get good re sults if the material is the = best and the workmen the = most skilled E Our Lumber is the best that can be secured Eour Factory is one of the best in the State manyi= the largest stocks of SASH DOORS and BLINDS to be found anywhere In Central 3- Kentucky Located as we are you will save 3E the difference in freight from Louisville or Cm cinnati to this place if you will send us your = order for Doors and Windows you are needing = If you are not now carrying this stock of j goods dont you think it would be a good in 3i = vestment to order a stock from us = = Think this matter over think about it E carefully and send us a trial order 3 r Combs Lumber Company 1 y LEXNCTON Ky iii I i1t i rKI i tJ l J CatarrhIs a constitution tllstsu It originates in U scrofulous Itheblood and depend ca that condition f It oaten causes lirndavhC and r Ini airs the taste siurl i J Jurarinr ficts the vocal oruMti disturb the ran i It Is always rnitically and crl1lt eared by the blood p riryIn full tonic action oft IHoods Spasu pa This great medicine has wnniKlit the voidiftil cures of all diseases tin wrjfut or the sirrofiiUiu h tbit- t101n S ILLi are to be t CILuIt1 THE HERAL Miss lime Niekoll of 1tvns in town shopping yesterday Miss Ora Swungo is visiting uncle Swell Combs of Cuo this week Green Nickell of Ezol his daughter Mrs Mnson on Sunday Mrs Lou Cartel of county iis visiting her father Wnhleck mill family III John Goso and wife were in shopping last week also friends and relatives Jordan Wills of Maytown u hero yesterday hunting a r with the view of locating here Miss Barbara Gotof near lem was visiting her Kalay and Susio Long last week hiss lKnlay null Susie Long Nevada Nickoll were pKasant Sunday itors at tho family of Mr TO CUKi A cOIn IS OSK nA Take Laxative KromoQuinine t AH ilrusgisU refund money if it fail cure 25c The genuine has I1t each tablet IrhoI tle will bo preached on August 4th at Daysboro lby II Cord and Samll Taulbee Rev G M Center will preach the Methodist church in this on Sunday morning next at 10 oclock IISxcrybotiy invited Itov Ed Freillii wife It t OUR SEVENTEENTH ANNiVERSARY ny w1 i irro r Heres to TUB HKRAII of Hazel Green Here to the paper whose issues mean More to the county And peoples good Than years of all other labor would Jst as great perhaps ns some papers ore They may he suns it is only a star Hut it shines always anti its brilliance leads To broader fields cud to higher creeds- It has its weaknesses who has not i Who iis the perfect one Who has got A right to condemn Its enough if we Get there otteuer than we doI not ccIThat it TIn HKKAII Not the greatest yet None the less willing anti ready to let Its light so shine that its guiding rays May lead to knowledge and its wider ways is to take to have and to hold IIt As something greater nod better than sold Something to guide and to teach to find tars for the deal and eyes for the blind Then heres to TilE llKKun the peoples friend The one good thing that should not end And men and women far and near Should be thankful its only one dollar a year Tho attention of our readers is respectfully directed to the advor itisement of Combs Lumber Co which appears on the 4th page of our paper today The members of this company are all mountain men and all of ono family the father being a native of Broathitt county nut all the boys being natives of the mountains At Corn well iu Menofeo county Alfred Combs it Sons wore engaged in the mercantile business and made a success lhoysold out wont to Lexington and engaged in the lumber and contracting business That they have made a success beyond their most sanguine anticipa tions i ia fact that may be illus trated by the further fact that out of 5500 or moro homes to be built in Lexington thhsununerthey have the contract for more than half of them Good lumber goodwork and keeping these facts before the people by advertising constantly has brought about their success When you need anything in their line lbe sure to see them J II N1wlaud of Jackson was in town thi week in tilt interest of his tm sho Ir ewluIl118 pre pared 11It Ai iron tin and gal alit oofingVand guttering and uiVpriccs are such that it will pay SUNNY SIDE John Cisco of White Oak passed through here Saturday en route to Hazel Green Miss Lula Taulbno ban been employed to teach the public school on Boone in Breathitt county Miss Etta Swango of near Hazel Green has been employed to teach the public school at Flat Rock in Menefee county The Rev John Brooks of this neigh borhood preached an excellent sermon at the Methodist church in your town Sunday Miss Carrie Swango who hItS been vis itirlg on Grassy for some three weeks in company with Henry Cecil visited the Caney tunnel Saturday of last week and passed through here en route to her home near Hazel Green Sam Kash of Stillwater has been em ployed to teach the Amyx school on Red river Kelly Hash will teach the upper Gillmore school Eli Hash the upper Lacy creek Will Kash the lower Lacy creek and Daniel Kash the Landsaw school There has been a great deal of Kash used in getting these schools but the lower Lacy creek school certainly The got the following largest HillIand other points were the guests of A 15 Swango and family Sunday viz Henry CecilHenry Ward Leroy Bolt I A T Brooks Edward Oneyand sister Josie Swango and daughter and judging from what they any about the gravy the foxes did not get all their chickens and they also speak in high terms of the way they were entertained and only wish that the time may soon come when they can go back again July tiI Susu SUNBEAM LEE CITY- J H Cottle is sick at Hot Springs ArkThe wife of Wm Clair died this week of consumption Born to the wife of V P Simer a fine boy which has caused him to loao the past week in his crop C B Allens hotel was struck by lightning during one of our severe thunder storms last week Crops are looking well in this vicinity and tie weeds are keeping the farmers very busy during the wet weather It is astonishing to see the stock scale the mountains when the irouhJrse squeals through the valleys on the rail roadThe first load of merchandise was un loaded for Leo City Saturday on the CityBargainC L Terrell our enterprising mill nun has returned from an extend trip to Crab Orchard and willr business at once The people of this vii interested greatly 1 I v The many friends of Wiloy Pork ins whose illness has boon reported in those columns and who has been a very sick man ever since ho returned from Hot Springs Ark will be glad to learn that he has improved very much in the last few days If ho continuos to buildup he will soon be out again and his friends hopo to see him about shortly The widow of Uiu le Jim Stamp or deceased is 87 years old past Sho is a daughter of old John Cox many years dead md her sister inlaw Mrs Jim ox is 93 years old past Sho is a daughter of Fioldeu Hanks 01 e of the first magistrates of Morgan county and a sister of thejluto J M Hanks Clay Clark of Toliver has a bad case of flux and Charley Chil ders of Maytown has a severe case of fever Dpt tho little daughter of H JMcLin line a case of diarrhoea The a are patients of Dr John A Tutu boo TO THE I SAK A sick lady cured of her deafness and noises in the head bj Dr Nicholson Artificial Ear Drums g ive 10000 to Iris Institute so that deaf people unable to procure the Ear Drum may have them free Address No U1L The Nicholson Institute 780 Eighth Avenue NewYork 11 y WANTED Trustworthy men and women to travel an 1 advertise for ostablishodhous of solid finan cial standing Sal ry 780 a year and expenses all piyable in cash No canvassing roqui ed Jive refer ences and enclose selfaddressed ManaIgor Christie Church Directory Sunday school at 9550 a m preaching at 11 a m told 815 p in prayer meeting Wednesday evening WM H Conn Minister VitaicOre will relieve you of all aches and pains Agents wanted Apply to or address with stamp Spencer Cooper Hazel Greon Ky lt 1nlnntI 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