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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l 1 i jj ritII- ii 11 SEE PAGE 3 i L ooJIHo OUWO uo f if +COUNTY + DIRECTORY + i CIRCUIT COURT Third Monday in January Fourth Monday in April and Third Monday in SeptcmberIDAVIO It KEDWIXE Judge rL F BYKI UonnnonwealthsAttprncy I J F VAXSAXT Master Commissioner C G HANKS Trustee Jury 4 0 Fundjj COUNTY COURT First Monday in each month II- G T CENTER Judge W S TUTT Clerk A T COMBS Sheriff O B STAMPER County Attorney hrroJons CKKECH Surveyor FRANK SAMPLE Coronergo t ItTUIEj Finsr DISTRICT ELIAS SHOCKEYJ I Magistrate No time set for holding J court I1in v SECOND DISTRICT JOHN D ROSE JR Magistrate S N NORMAN Con I 1stable Court days First Thursday a February May August and inl Titian DISTRICT W B Dun istratc HENRY C CAMIMIEIL Constable Court days Second Friday iu February t May August and SoembcrI i1JOURTII DISTRICT R R LEOO Magistrate WM SPENCER Constable Court days First Friday in larchfJune September and December J FIFTH s StxTIIJ N CHAMUFKS iit Magistrate in both districts DAVID j BANKS Constable Court days Third i Friday in February May August and November SEVENTH DISTRICT B F BOLIN Magistrate PORTER CLARK Constable Court day First Saturday in March June September and December EIOIITII DISTRICT GEORUE OLIVER Magistrate No constable aud no sciIj j time for holding cortIj Lemngton and Eastern Railway ii Tine Table In Effect June 30 1901uI EASTBOUNDrI No cxlNo I I 4 4Sunj lay Daily PM Lye AM LyetLexington 2 23 10 I Winchester 3 10 Ilmls 25 am- LEJuncn 3 22 pm 37 am Clay 50 pint 9 13 am City13 00 pal 9 23 sweNat 35 pm 9 51 am 49 pni10 OS am Beattyve Jc14 11 pm 10 29 am IeJackson 15 pm U 30 amp WEST BOUND No1 I STATIONS Daily ex No3 Sunday Dailyefi Jackson G 25 amj 2 52 pm Beattyve Jc 7 20 am 26 pm Torrent 7 47 am 47 pm i Nat Bridge 8 01 am 13 01 pm Stanton 8 2S am 30 pui t Clay City 8 37 am 39 pm pmIpmfsf Ij J R BARK Gcnl Manager CRAB SCOTT Gen Pass Agent T It MORGAN S P A Wr F BAKER Headquarters BarbourrJIle KyII t t Bicnalds sSMU GO l Nashville Tenn f ffInnufacturers and Jobbers of STAPLE and CUSTOM SHOES carries a full line 01 samples anti solicits your trade Sly i I DILLER + BENNETT I I WHOLESALE tt fImNITllRJe The Largest Exclusive 527W Main St i Wholesale Furniture Dealer iu the South LOUlSVllle Ky- a J 1 Snultl8wortn GOI Manufacturers and Jobbers of MENS BOYS CLOTHING1c CHILDRENS I 607 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KYrr REH BEVERSON CO WHOLESALE SADDLEBYai 508512 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY CAYEATSTRADE MARKS COPYRIGHTS AND DESIGNS aeea e cnoiti less beetttteerService- Xyoe o idrt4 B ritteqrlOAc nz s YIOIcivilISicamrakswa tewpes 1dn dart w N E TIDE A E 1 1S1ef i W t AHI M DC tr J THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD 5014430400 1500000 010010P0000061 Ot Eatabllahed March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORll II I IN PRIZESI 1I SEVENTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 8 1901 NUMBER 5 I I IGE3ff SlKSCKK Owner n loTheOldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Pa p InpII VKAtt tdtinncerOOIIOIIOOUutoCJ TOMBOYLEThe On the Wabash Railroad Who Saved Many Lives at the Perilous Risk of His j A special correspondent of the St Louis Republic writing fromI Decatur Ill July 28th says Engineer Tom Boylo is as modest a hero as over prevented n disastrous train wreck and thereby saved loss of life Tom Boylo was in charge of cnjj in No 001 tho big Wabash locomotive which went pretty much j I pieces last Saturday while run ning at tho rate of 70 miles an hour just having made 21 miles 1 18 minutes No GOl is a famous having been tho one which t drew the Louisiana Purchase Ex position special a port of tho wuyjj on the trip to Buffalo in time for Missouri Day and Tom Boyle istt her engineer Tine engines regular duty how over is the hauling of tho Wabash New York St Louis mail and was this duty she was perform ing when n defective axle brokoii This was about four and a half j miles out from Decaturon a good stretch of track and with No 001 goinghor prettiest and fastest t Tho first warning of tho accident I was an awful jolt of tho reversing held by the left hand of Engineer Tom Boyle immedialo ly the throttle was pushed back and tho engineers hand grabbed for tho air brake It was useless having been rendered so by theII breaking of the axleII Tho engineer and Fireman GohrJJ sprang fur tho emergency brake put the air on hard But thereII seemed to bo no slackening of the i terrific speed Steam was pouring I from holes in tho boiler the doII lathed driver dragged along bII he fastrevolving lever was hammering the engine ripping out cattle guards smashing oil the nds of tho rails and threatening second to throw tho engines the track send the train to destruction and the passengers to death A blowoff cock had been knock off and the water streamed from the boiler leaving a presure of 100 pounds of steam and a roast ing fire in the furnace There was imminent danger of an explosion- or at least burntout boiler So Boylo and Gehr began to fight down tho furnace firo And still the terrific speed seem ed not to slacken Five too twelve telegraph poles had been passed and less than two rods away was a high embankment Pieces of steolI from tho engine wore flying hither and you broken off by tho ham mering of tho big driver j splinters from the broken ends of ties were raining into the cab Every second it seemed that the driver must breakaway from the rod which hold it and either go sailing out upon tho right of way or falling beneath tho wheels of the locomo tive throw it from the track to pull tho rest of the train oft with it and piio cars passengers and crew into a mass of wreckage pain and death Tho sixteenth telegraph pole was passed and tho speed slackened notably tho air had taken hold and tho tightly clinched wheels of the sixcar train after sliding over tho track for hundreds of yards by tho momentum of tho cars wore still hold fast At the seventeenth polo the train hind slowed down to fifteen miles an hour and tho loosened driver was bumping weakly while the furnace firo was all but dead And at the eighteenth pole tho train stopped with a jerk that pitched the passengers forward Doyle and Gehr sprang from the cab to learn the extent of the wreck They found one side of the engine stripped clean of driv ers broken rigging sand and water I pipes I IAnd they marveled with eachI that such thins should have happened and the engine remain upon tho track The conductor tho brakeman l tiln 1 the passengers hurl ing for c ward to see what had caused the stop marveled also and some of them grew almost hysterical They I crowded about the engineer and fireman and overwhelmed them with thanks and praises They walked down the track to tho om bankmont just ahead saw written j there tho certainty of death if tho train had not been stopped short lof it and then returned to again overwhelm tho blushing engineer with thanks and praise Then they got together andwrote a memorial and adopted rosolu tions which wore moiled to Presi dent Ramsey They pointed out tho heroism of Tom Boyle and t urged that ho bo amply rewarded Meanwhile trainmen had been hurried half a milo to front and t rear to guard against any train i that might be approaching The i conductor had started down the track to walk the four miles to Dccatur a walk that was made in the blazing sun of an intensely hot j dayFour hours later the wrecking crow had cleared tho track andI another engine was hauling tho delayed train to St Louis But t it was not until the next morning that Engineer Boyle and Fireman Gohr loft their wrecked No 001 j They had been trying to find all the pieces and also to findwhat had caused the wreck Engineer Tom Doyle thus tells the story ofp day fJIJY TOM 1IOYL- KKnclncer of Locomotive No GUI We woro sifting them along prot ty lively with n big train of six cars Wo were making about 70 i miles an hour and had made 211 i miles in 18 minutes just west of i Homer when I full a fearful jerkII I i at tho reverse lever It almost I raised me oft tho box my hand be ing right on it but tho lever did not get out of the quadrant I grabbed tho throttle with ono hand and the air with tho other when she lot loose and the driver went off on the ties It did not lot go entirely and flying out into tho country but dragged along on its ide Steam gravel dirt and 1 pieces of wreck filled tho air so that i MACHINERY PANAMERICAN EXPOSITION Tho Machinery building covers an contain a very wonderful display invention showing tho progress few years Tho largo amount of nut in American factories and mills will all who are interested in the pro transportation exhibits will include locomotives cars and railroad app a special building in connection wit northern end of the Exposition gro made in connection with tho mac remarable progress in tho manu world This department is disti aict of the Federal Government and will we couldnt see anything on thatI side When you are in a place like that iit seems as if the air isnt holding at all and you wonder ifI she never will stop but I could see that she was slowing down fast The engine brake was gone and I could not use that but I put the emergency air on and it soon checked the speed All that timoI that driver weighing probably a ton was tearing out ties and throw ing wagon loads of the rightofway into the air We jerked out a cat tle guard and part of the fence tho latter going under the wheels Just the instant I felt the air taking hold Fireman Gehr and I jumped for tho squirt and began putting out the fire because wo saw the water was gone and the boiler might burn up Wo went about 18 telegraph poles before we stopped thenwhenn the fire out we got down and looked at the wreck The axle broke off inside the hub where no inspection would have found it There a flaw there but iit could not have been discovered IVANTEDA bright polite boy tollII years C SHERLOCK HOLMES JR Or the Deductions of An Amateur Detective Delineated Huhsaid1 Sherlock Holmes Jr it is as I expected His companion stopped mysti fled and asked What has happened There replied the great ama tour detective pointing to a man i who had just passed them he is t tho father of a child less than six months old that is troubled with t colic He has no other children i and is lofthanded his wife is not very strong and they cant afford 1 to keep n nurse They feed the child on milk from a Jersey cow He kissed her when ho loft home this morning and then walked backward to tho street smiling at f her i The other turned pale and asked Heavens how do you know this Is ho a friend of yours No said Sherlock Holmes Jr t I never saw him before I haveJ1 heard his name But surely you cant expect mo to believe there is anything in his personal appearance to enable you to make this wonderful doduc tion t Yes Ono glanc as he passed closel to us n momon ago was sufff ficient Really you are very stu hi not to notice hesp things t They are so simple Nbw he iis f stopping to look in at that habor dashers window Wo will paSEI behind him Look closely and see if there is anything about him to indicate how I have arrived at my 1 wonderful conclusions regarding him After they had passed tho rettI detective turned with a look of inquiry to his companionII No tho latter said I could nt see anything that gave me the slightest clow I know you wouldnt Holmes answered There are threo spots I in the back of his coator rather there is a streak broken into three parts on the backof his coat passing I downward from tho right shoulI n was was area of about four acres and will of modern machinery of American that has been made within the last j tomatic and special machinery usedII form a most interesting study to ducts of the Western world The all of the very latest specimens of lianccs These will be sheltered in tho largo railway station at the unds Tho ordnance exhibits will beI liinery exhibits and will show very j acturo of ordnance in tho Weston from the war and naval exhibits be sheltered in special building der You cant guess how those spots came there can you No his companion confessed I cant That is because you are not an expert in tho detective I business Ho held his baby over his shoulder and it drooled mak ing that broken streak Why di tie hold the child over his shoulder Because it was colicky and holding it in that position relieved it His wife would have held iit over her own shoulder if she had not been all tired out which show- that she is not very strong If they could afford to keep a nurse the father would not of course be compelled to hold the little ono n- and pat it on the back and if ho were an old hand at that sort of thing he would take off his coat or put a towel over the shoulder before holding the child up Is that clear to you- WonderfuUy so his compan ion replied with illfeigned admi ration but how do you know the baby is under six months of agoI that the man is lefthanded tha they feed the little one milk from a Jersey cow that he kissed hi wife and walked backward to th street this morning lam coming ill that Sherlock j w d4Yf4 Q 1 Holmes Jr said with a clear glean in his wonderful eyes After a child is six months old it isnt likely to have colic If you have over held a colicky baby you must know that a righthanded man al ways holds the littlo one over his left shoulder and vice versa Now wo come to tho cow I have for years been smelling these spots on mens shoulders and I know by tho degree of the sourness just what kind of infants food or milk they aro composed of Of course if ho hadnt backed out of the door when he left homo this morning his wife would have seen the streak and called him intohavoit sponged off So ho must have kissed her as he departed and kept turning and smiling back until ho was so far away that tho spots were invis ible to her The great amateur detective then caught a glimpse of a man who wore a silk hat and a suckcoat and hurried after him to make further deductions Chicago Record Herald Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury As mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell mud completely derange the whole system when en tering it through tho mucous surfaces Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians as the damage they will do is too fold to the good you can possibly derive from thorn Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney it Co Toledo 0 contains no mercu actingdirectlycous surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It is taken internally and made by F J CHENEY fc Co Toledo O Testimonials free J Sold by druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are tho best mc A Childs Perilous Climb Alma Bosler a fouryearold child living at 521 West Market street Louisville Ky one morning last week accomplished feat the manner of which is still a mystery The little ones parents went to mass that morning leaving her asleep She awoke and searched for liar parents The door was locked so she climbed through the front window to a stone cornice 11 inches wide and 18 feet from the ground along which she walked 20 feet to the end Her uncles hotel is next door Between them is a space four feet wide to a piece of guttering In some way the child flung herself across and standing on the guttering called to her un cle who came and drew her in from her perilous position Two policemen who had seen her stood below to catch her if she fell but tho little girl held fast The Secret is Ont All Sadiovillo Ky was curious to learn the cause of the vast im provement in the health of Mrs S P Whittaker who had for a long time endured untold suffer ing from a chronic bronchial trou KingsNowbaud It completely cured her and also cured our little grandaughter asovorattack of whooping cough It positively couros coughs colds la grippe bronchitis all throat and lung troubles Guaranteed bottles 50c and 100 Trial bottles free at J Taylor Day Hazel Green and CamptonIdrugstoresHatched By Heat of Sun A Chicago commission merchant was surprised on opening some egg crates to find that 90 chickens had commissionsmen report similar finds and soy eral of the commission houses have been turned into poultry farms weepk and indicate the extreme heat Dont be satisfied with tempo vary relieffrom indigestion Kodol Dyspepsia Cure permanently and complaintIti t allows the tired stomach perfect rest Dieting wont rest the stom ash Nature receives supplies from the food we eat The sensible way to help tho stomach is to use KodolI whattyou doyou good H F PIERATT sWhen oraueuralgia try Sold b- 8S Combs do Sony piton and H F Pieratt HazeC roeii U c i Charley Smiths Deal Iiylateatj tho Grand yesterday has close I one of the biggest timber deals known to this section of the country for many a day I have sold to a stave manufacturing firm of Vienna Austria the largest concern of its kind in time world oak trees over an area of 20 square miles or more in Broathitt and KnottcountiesKy said Mr Smith for 850000 cash i The companys inspector went I over the entire tract with mo and examined all of the timber care I fullyThis company has 5000men at work in this country now every Sao of them imported They are nearly all at work in tho timber lands in Mississippi A large force willsoon be sent into the Ken tucky field to clean up the trees purchased from me Some years ago this company purchased from the Turkish gov ernment 600000 oak trees for which it paid 17000000 It paid thorn 35 for trees no better than I sold them for 150 SD its inspec tor informed me It manufactures kegs and wino casks from two to ten feet in length and it is corralling all the oak timber in this country it can get Dr Hugh S Martin of Lexing ton here with me and myself have over 5000 acres of oil lands leased in the Wayne county field and we havo been to Lima Ohio where wo secured time services of an ex pert oilwell driller who is with us We expect to drill 20 wells right away While we were in Lima yesterday throe C E Smiths registered at tho hotel where I was stopping including myself and one of them hadmy Christian name exactly Charles Edward and later in the day another E C Smith regist ered Wo wore all from different parts of tho country not related and had never met before It seemed to bo a sort of Smith day at that hotel Cincinnati En quirer July 31 Astounded the Editor Editor L A Drown of Bennotts ville S C was once immensely surprised Through long suffer ing from dyspepsia he writes my wife was greatly run down She had no strength or vigor and suffered great distress from liar stomach but she tried Electric Bitters which helped her at once and after using four bottles she nnythingItslaxative qualities are splendid for torpid liver For indigestion loss of appetite stomach and liver troubles its a positive guaranteed DayHazelSon Campton drug stores Legacy Left to a Soldier Thomas Lodwith as n soldier of fortune experienced much more than ho bargained for when he started three years ago from his homo in Ireland to see the world a rugged lad of 20 bent on adven ture Ledwith had but recently recovered in Bellevuo Hospital from serious illness incurred while serving as a soldier of the United States army when he was informed by Dublin attorneys that his fath er had died leaving an estate to him valued at 50000 He sailed last week to take possession of his inheritance New York World To Save Her Child From frightful disfigurement Mrs Nannie Galleger of La Grange Ga applied Bucklens Arnica Salve to great sores on her head and face and writes its quick cure exceeded all her hopes It works wonders in sores bruises skin eruptions cuts burns scalds and piles 25c Cure guaranteed by J Taylor Day of Hazel Green or S S Combs Son Campion drug stores Buk Preiiieit Pardoned President McKinleyJias granted a pardon to John F Johnson for NationaI1 watconvicted misappropriating the funds of the bank and other vio bnnkingryearYin the penitentiary and already had served five years 4 N f tIL 1 I ICHANCE TO MAKE MONEY I I IIj thepnstG RaredEvery one buys a or 50 cents worth of material I make Perfume F that would cost 200 in drugstores I first made it lor my own use only but the curiosity of friends as to where I procured such exquisite odors prompted me to sell it I clear from 35 to 35 per week tI do not canvass people cone and send to me for the perfumes Any intelligent per R I Inistamps I will send you the formula for mak- Ing all kinds of perfumes and a sample bottle prepaid I will also help you pet started in business MAUT1IA FttANClS- II South Yuude venter Avenue St Louis Mo oaaoeoooerooo4o r AVM H KASH 1+ flttorneycttLaw + HAZEL GREEN KY Will practice in courts of Wolfe and ad joining counties Collections a specialty OUOOOOOOIUOU H G ROBINSON BEATTYVILLE KY General Salesman for- K M HUGHES C CO LOUISVILLE KY Manufacturers of HighGrade Vtl1egn 4 IU1IC Solicits orders from the merchants of the mountains and guarantees Fatifaelion A mail order will receive prompt attention WanteaSDDD men TO J3UYTI- lo Lll8at2II Pants I 11r- bie cR4rrp I SOLE DEALER HAZEL GREEN KY DAY HOUSE HAZEL GREEN KY N n GRAHAM PROPRIETOB This house has recently been refurnished and renovated and under the present man agement will continue to maintain the high reputation heretofore accorded it for home departmentTheaffords and the patronage of the public is respectfully solicited Sample rooms for commercial tourists Livery stable in connection where horses sand vehicles will have the best attent- ionWHEELERROSE 5 PRACTICALt BLACKSMITHS AND WACONMAKERS HAZEL GREEN KY jInvite the attention of the farmers of this vi cinity to their im proved facilities for blacksmith Dgt1nd wagon making as well as repair work of all kinds A full force of first class mechanics insures promptness in the execution of all work entrusted to them and satisfac tion is guaranteed in all cases Buggy building and wagon making are our specialties Your patronage is respectfully solicited and will be duly appreciated Respectfully Ac ROSE WHEELER A now firstclnea cafe for ladies and gentlemen has been opened in tho Phoenix Hotel Annex oppos ite tho C fc 0 depot whore allfthe delicacies of tho season are served in firstclass style Ladies especially aro invited VTJJPAPEIW Clan and NI sale J at this office at 20 cents per 100 CLOCKS a AJeD WATCHES IID Endless Variety 100 ft Upwards Every Tinipiici Fully lrarrantea l WIJ lyeaJewtlji 135 Ettila Street near poitofce s t Wti Lyy H TN iJ r- irm IiI RALII I I T SPENCER COOPER I J Editor t i HAZEL GREEN KY dTHURSDAY August S 1901 iI r I + nnounflemenT + l tlC tseSHor We arc authorized to announce ELIJAH UOSE of btillwater as a candidate for the eIof Assessor subject only to the will of the people as expressed at the polls on Tuesday 5110- 1DEMOCRATIC i TICKETE cForState Senator 0 34th District A HOWARD STAMPERof County For Representative 91st District lit JESSE P MORRIS of Morgan County THE COUNTY TICKET For JudgeJ W COXGLETON For AttorneyC C FULKS For ClerkW S TUTT For SheriffToF STAMPER For Supt Schools J W TAULBEE1 For JailerJ It LITTLE For Assessor S X HOUBS For Coroner FRANK SAMPLES teElection Tuesday Nov 5 IU01 I OUR friend W J Lampton of Now York sends us a copy of Thy Sun of July 2S in which is the a following query answered in the affirmative by the editor Ortainly Not Woulit1 I ofLesslutlesriD3sboro o il Mr Lampton asks us if we know the party I Wo have not that honor but since receiving the paper t1 we have learned that Leslie Little rt to whom tho paragraph refers a iis man of more than ordinary mer II it from n musical standpoint at least He is a fiddler in the class with Ole Bull and can sameI fiddle very many of thet of the present day celebritiosI orchestrall that furnished tho music for the fashionables who spent their sea Sons at Asheville N C where he was thus engaged for three or four f seasons and at ono time he lead this orchestra in an Omaha opera house He has traveled with sonic IIofthe shows denominated the greatest on earth and is upon + the whole a man of some distinc tion He is a natural musician being able to bring volumes of the sweetest strains from any instrument t R yet produced He was in the SpanishAmerican war and is now a pensioner by reason of a dis ability incurred during his service He is a native of this county and has lived in this section tho greater part of his life We do not know wholiS P may be nor the object of the query but the above are facts obtained from people who have known the gentle man referred to for years As a musician therefore Mr Little de serves to be named with Ole Bull I and Tho Sun can place his namo along with its list of great ones and 4 make no grave error in doing so TimE State Fish Commissioner of Illinois S P Bartlett of Quincey says that enough fish perisheddur ing the recent hot and dry spoil to have stocked every stream in the In one pond in antedStates tho water aver Waged ono foot in depth over 20 000 black bass perished on July 22 f the water being at a temperature of 115 degrees I THE poem in this issue And = Sampson Thirteen Miles Away a tells the story of that admiarls i cowardice and yet ho is trying to disgrace the deserving man Sup pose the court martial sustains rSampson what does it avail P That body cant make the Amen 2 il can people think as it does TIIE grant of 100000 to Lord jRobertsby the English parliament biggest pay ded- an 1 litany geu nl in modern hietorym This i uo instance wlereth i laborer ot vhorth p I his hjeraitls ins in the rg tinuaUygettin Lhe of H tie Bobi a- F d e Y f MRS SALLiE SEABOLD an inmateI I of the Allen county Ind Poor house has been notified that sh ofII r wound up a carriage rido with he by leaving her in tho alms house and now she should refuse to rec ognize him as her own flesh and blood Tim bruto who would1I abandon a mother under any cir cumstances deserves all tho ills I that can bo visited upon him IILUCKYI BALDWIN last week purchased an additionall tract of ElmendorfiI I i farm in Fayetto county which gives him 5000 acres in one body i Upon this he is building the mos- t magnificent residence in tho south It is indeed a palace ond the fur nishingsaro palatial The residence and furnishings will cost over 1IOOOOOOI j THK short corn crop in the west I ern states which is only twoI thirds is amply compensated by tho yield of wheat in tho same bolt which is phenomenal The yield of wheat this year is 150 000000 bushels greater than ever before known THE American soldier costs hisI government outside of his salary and rations nearly five times as much as does tho Russian mini 1 three and It half times as much as the German Where does all thisI go Missouri applo crop will bo IfIlEabout 10 per cent of the usual yield according to reports byIpresdcntii I LouiseTHE Lawton wheel of fortune I turned out the second best prize in I the land drawing to Miss Mattie I Beall a telephone girl of Wichita Kansas It is a quarter sectionII farm estimated at f40000 A Good Citizen Passes Away Wiley C Perkins whoso illness j I was reported in these columnsi from time to time died on Monday morning at 4 oclock of jaundice add ether complications Mr Perkins health began to fail last fall But he pulled through tho winter i j and in the early spring went to Hot Springs Ark in tho hope that the waters of that place would reI storo him to health In this how over he was disappointed and in fact returned homo in a worseI iI condition than when he left SinceI his return he has boon confined to his homo all tho time and Drs Nickell and Center have given him constant attention but to no avail Mr Perkins came hero about IS or 20 years ago from Magofiin was born and raised on lioII creek in that county Two ors and several sisters beside his wife and several children survivet him and to all of tho distressed ones TIlE HERALD extends condo j llwas 1 llI a multitude of his friends Tuesday morning at 10 oclock One Killed and Three Injured Tho saw mill owned andoporat ed by Wells Testerman on tho Stacy fork of Cany creek in Mor gan county was blown up Tuesday and throe or four persons seriously injured John Amos Wells had a leg and an arm broken and receiv ed other injuries John C Fergu son was badly scalded and received other injuries and Albert Wells a son of the first named Wells also badly hurt But no wasII lars relative to tho extent or ell of the injuries of the last two are j in our possession Our informant Ii rellslcouldj Mayne the drug drummer TomII i that Ferguson died Tuesday night Vita Ore will relieve you of aches and pains Agents alIII I Apply to or address with I Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Two good Campton friends of jI ours Bill Pryor and Lum Hanks j passed through town Tuesday en j route to West Liberty Mr Pryor did not say so but wo opine that i I til1l1borI HanksII is chaperone and companion- WANTEDTrustworthy I men and j women to travel and advertise for II old establishedhouseof solid financial standing Salary 780 a year I i and expenses all payable in cash No canvassing required Give refer j IIstampedvj b 4yi ric I t i THE BARNUII OF STREET FAIRS KyeAugust 2124 The Street Fair Carnival ausr pices of tho Anciont Order of United Workmen and the Rod Men of Mt Sterling Ky August 21 22 23 and 24 promises to be the greatest nnnisemmitontorprisoovoKentucky r The Famous BostockForari Mid way Company of Buffalo N Y has been secured for tho occasion and free attractions ore the best money can secure Two Gran Parades on first and third days Gov J C W Bockham loading claytAccommodations at rea s o n a bio rates can be secured at hotels boarding houses Excursion ratesI on all railroads Write to N A Wilkerson Secretary for premium list 1Wo acknowledge a compliment self and betterseveneighths to the above and regret our ina bility to attend Arrested for Stealing Meat Porter Lacy of Lacy creek had a middling and ahalf of bacon stolen from his smokehouse Mon day night while ho and his wife wore sitting up with tho corpse of Wiley Perkins Ho at once go lout a search warrant and placedI Iit in tho hands of Deputy Sheriff Brock Little Searching tho dom icilo of John Weodon Hall who lives on tho JetTy Rose branch piece of the met was found andl John Hall was arrested He says got the meat from his cousin Ihe Hall who claims that ho it from Jim Keith Tho nrI rested yesterday morning but iit was said ho would be They willlI bo tried before Squire Rose today HEHALD for 12 months andI ITilE for 100 is a great big f bargain awaiting the man who cnn figure the total vote of Ohio Mas- Sachusetts and Iowa See Try Your Luckon last page for par oculars Let Us Get Some of the Wealth The editor of this paper desires to lease at least 25000 acres of land for parties who will at once begin boring for oil ami we should like to secure the major part of in close proximity to Hazel Green Geologists have always claimed that we are directly in the oil bolt and an exceedingly rich field IfI that iie so wo can soon wallow iin wealth and that too at the ox pease of others Wo sro ready to Hop for our wallow now and iif tho farmers want to wallow wit us they should get their lands on tho list without delay Come in and talk it over with us as wo are prepared to offer rareinducements- WANTEDAmi agent in every county in Eastern Kentucky to sell White Sowing Machines Hust ling men are the only kind that need apply and to them I can of fer special inducments Write to I J T GEVED- ON4243tf Hazel Green Wo are in receipt of a letter from a friend of ours at Lexington who is at tho head of a syndicate build ing trolley lines out from Lexing ton and just as soon as he gets a couple of roads there under con tract for construction he will look into our proposed lino to the Ohio and Kentucky Now our people must got together and appoint committees to got subscriptions c Let us have a meeting Satur orgnnI say p m at Pioratts store Farmers from surrounding country are urgently re quested to be present Henry Pieratt bought all the picture frames tho agent of the Chicago Portrait Co had left over and is selling them 50 per cent cheaper than tho agent sold them The number is limited and if you want one youd bettor move in a hotInoises in the head by Dr Nicholson Artificial Ear Drums gave 10000 to his Institute so that deaf people unable to procure the Ear Drums may have them free Address No 4486 The Nicholson Institute 780 Eighth Avenue NewYork 4ly Remember that at Cecil Bros you can get granulated sugar for 7ft a pound and at Iff in lots of 110 pounds or more r brown C sugar Git Arbuckle coffee 12it and toIlong as it lasts Delay is dangerous CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY jTOTake Laxative Bromo Quinine All druggists refund money if TabletsI I each cure tablet 25c The genuine has L A Distinguished Attendant Gen Joe Wheeler tho hero of two wars will bo in attendance at the Lexington Fair Horse Show 1and Carnival and many confed orate soldiers will tints be induced to attend who might otherwise stay away Tho day set for his recep tion will be next Thursday which will also be ono of the best of tho fair and all who attend on that day will have tho pleasure of see ing the distinguished soldierciti zen The Elks under whoso aims pices tho show is given have spared todmako it tho success they did last year and the year before and this year it promises to bo even bettor 1hildadelphia of six now books the titles of which are Sea Kings and Naval Heroes The Little Lady lion Book Folly in Fairyland Tommy Fosters Adventures Galopoff the Talking Pony and Caps and Capers a story of Board ing School Life Beginning noxt week we will publish synopsis of each book in turn and wo hope our readers will order their literature from tho Henry Altomus Co Phil adelphia 1000tacres of virgin land on head of Upper Devils creole Will divide to suit purchaser For tortes ap ply to W C PnvoK KynSitelillsT8xes j1Iy virtue of taxes due the SheriiJW Wolfej JlourlaySeptI between the hours of 9 oclock a in iml oclock p in ut the rourtlioiiie dour in IIthe town of Campion KcXlwse to public reallsary to satisfy the taxes cud costs towit District No 2About 150 acres listed in IIcljoiniulaudTax and cost 1583 DaysboroforDistrict No ZTown lot in Daysboro for year 1901 Tax and cost 115 i A T counts S W C Hy II F IIKKATT D S I August JlOUISVILTlE S01U TIN AND STOVE COMPANY Jobbers and Dealers i- nSTORESJapaned and Tinware c LoUxsvXTtLiy u1It MENDEL WEINSTOCK co 1tKATSTREEThLOUISVILLE KY Situations SecuredII for Ifaduues or tuition refunded Write at once for catalogue and specialetTns MoQQOYBusiness Loululiie Ky Montgomery Ala Houston Tex Columbus Ga I Clchraond Vt Birmingham Ala Jacksonville Fla HERALD Jon PRINTING IS TUB JEST and the cheapest have outlet All JUST 40 oer All in I THREE HAS 53 CU OVERm I list No woman fail list by the SPICE 0 We in are men and in the of to tho by men of and 77 Ky and J and KY the of the Hazel and will answer calls day nignt a specialty For 100 you got THE HERALD a guess for tho 15000 prize J LIONCOFFEE 1111- A r LUXURY WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL i Watch our next advartlsement iI you will find and will find some will and and may this OHIO OF Its all its and g- S 8- Q Made Perfect Fit Fall Seat and Leg and Will Not Rip 8 Are Made and Other KY g w A Tablespoonful a THt TOR COITCE 3 OF A OF LionCoffewill you than a rof any kind where you save money M pure and not a or hide coated with egg or COFFEEI package of LION COFFEE a fully illustrated housekeeper In man boy or girl to in the article which contribute to their i IIIn convenience which they have simply cutting out n certain number of Lion Heads from IIof one pound sealed packages which is form in which excellent is sold i WOOLSON TOLEDO KEEP COOL Ladies Wolfe County i 2000 Pairs Boys Linen Pants a Pair at OC It fftJ1ft H 400 Mens Linen Suitrri 400 a- t1E4 I l I 250 FlanneletteCoats and for Men at t 190I P 500 These are full Tailored and Cut the Latest Styles Belt Straps and bran new goods LOUIS AND GUS STRAUSI ILEXINGTON KY I W- Live R CRAWFORD CO Stock Commission FOR THE SALE Cattle Hogs Sheep Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI ALSO KYtan Eastern for all desirable stock at highest prices Consignments solicited correspondence cheerfully answered Th Industtial Mutual DDeposi OF KY The Pioneer and Leader in Weekly Field Kentucky NEW AND APPRONED CONTRACT ISSUED per cent annum on Money Invested Redeems all Contracts 156 Weeks PAID WEEKS M- Physician Surgeon Green 170000001 PASSED TO THE RESERVE AND THE SURPLUS FUND patrons among tho leading business women callings life F Keeps promises letter business standing capacity Address East Short Lexington J BAKER Secretary Manager DR WALDECK HAZEL GREEN Solicits patronage people of vicinity professional or Obstetricks descriptive Pays I I QOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO EVERY PAIR OF TIGER + in in Q 8 STAG SHIRTSBetter Goods Better 9 Better Style Than Any X isPorHAZEL GREEN I to Cup IS RULE MAKING BUT TABLESPOONFUL give stronger coffee tablespoonful other Here is 0 USE LION COFFEE t Always insist upon getting it LION is absolutely coffee mixtures Ito imperfections every happiness our only coffee CO of Worth 25 Cents Former Price Beautiful Pants i WORTH Suits in Merchants CO LEXINGTON INCORPORATED Investment OVER 73000 different Run H and PANTS FREE I THE NBW YORK MONTHY WORLD J TO ALL NEW SUBSCRIBERS AND ALL OLD ONES WHO RENEW IN 30 DAYS FOR THE Hazel Green Herald I PBy a Special Arrangement with time Publishers of the New York Monthly World we can and will until September I 1901 give every new subscriber and every old one who renews before that time the NEWYORK MONTHLY WORLD as a premium WORLDTHK coverItreproductions artistic making a magazine unrivaled in the quality of its contents and the beauty of its appearanceEach contains stories of romance love adventure travel j gathoredre search and interesting editorial reviews It numbers contributorspages will present tho work of famous comic artists There will bo funny paragraphs and pictures themosteye In collecting and preparing for publication the literary matter and art subjects for the Monthly World no expense is spared It is ono NowYorkto many thousand readers throughout North America jBlfSubscription 50 Cents a Year But FRE E to every new before only i AmOFEVERY CHEAPLY DESCRIPTION AND 1 IATTHISi ii fc l a e- ii f JWiii t What are Humors They are vitiated or morbid fluids cours ing the veins and nffctRC the tissues They are commonly due to detective diges Hon but arc sometimes Inherited IIow do they manifest themselves r In many forms of cutaneous eruption salt rhcam or eczema pimples and bolls and In weakness languor general debility How are they extolled 7 By c Hoods Sarsaparillawh- ichi also builds up the system that has suffered front them I 1Itis the best medicine for all humors i i I THE HERALD I I Little Lawrence Johnson wliol tiwas dangerously ill last weok has recovered Elma Wilson of Tolivor is spend r ElizarKash near town I jI Mrs W T Caskoy and AliceII Wills wore visiting tho Stamper branch last week jI j Mr and Mrs Arbury Swango are visiting and viewing their re cently bought farm on Slate Albert Dyo and daughter Artie of Maytown wero the guests of Mrs Frank Thomas Saturday and j Sunday j i Mr and Mrs Elza James spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Charles j Sample and report a very enjoy I able day + j THE BEST should l o your aim I buying medicine Get llooils Sarsaparilla and have the best medicine MONEY CAN BUYjj Rev A D Tadlock a Pros Y rian minister of Clintonville Ky and his son E V Tadlock are at t j Swango springII t t Tho rain hero Monday night with the preceding showers of last J weok has done a great deal of good and farmers say it helped corn i Mrs Luther Murphy of Ezol died on Monday and was buried l Tuesday She was a nieco of Judge I f Wheeler of this placo who attend 11 11odJim tho obsoquiosII j and said he had been sick a weok or more Also that there was an epidemic of fever and flux on Grassy in tho neighborhood ll of Goodwins Dont chapelII sell goods cheaper than any store l in Hazel Green and if you only I have 1 to spend youll there save 25 cents anyhow John Pieratts t old harness and saddle shop Topics of sermons at the Chris tian church on next Sunday 1 at 11 a m Tho Body of areII j and at 815 p in Change of Heart in Conversion Let thereij f be a large attendance upon both f servicesfMrs S H Allport Johnstown Pa Says Our little girl almost strangled to doath with croup The doctors said sho couldnt live but she was instantly relieved by Ono MinuteCough Cure HFPiERATT t of Jackson who from the army few days since 11TestermauBnck 44th young U S man V quite a favorite ii among the girls t tHF Pioratt of this place and W H Wilson of Daysboro left on r Monday for Mt Sterling The I former goes to make settlement with Dick Childs receiver in the Clarkassignment and bankrupt case and the latter on private J business Miss Golden Day daughter of Floyd Day gavo a reception Mon day afternoon to her visitor Miss Daisy Day of Hazel Green to which many young Jackson Misses woro invited and attended and a very enjoyable timo was had Jackson Hustler Apropos of the oil excitement in tho country just now we note that on tho farm of A Portor Lacy on Lacy creek a few miles from town there is a spring which is so strongly impregnated with oil as to render the water unfit for use and Mike Ohair who lives only throe miles from town has a sprinaf that tastes strongly of potroleu Fon SALEA scholarship in the Commercial College of Kentucky University By early application at this office some young man can eave several dollars fltf t t 1 SAMPSON THIRTEEN MILES AWAY BY SAM WILSON Tvas Sunday morn The American crew Were waiting for Ceyerato eome in view When lo I he came from Santiago bay While Sampson was thirteen miles away No truer fighters none more brave Than Scliley commanded on the wave He saw the enemy leave the hay While Sampson was thirteen miles away Then Schley the peerless brave and true Gave orders and all knew what to do tlelayiaway lie was away the world knows this All honors the coward ought to miss A deserter loitering on the spray Was Sampson then thirteen miles away Sclileys craft did as a target float Unlike the coward and his boat They were out of danger on the spray IIFor Sampson was thirteen miles away While round the nrooklyns deck there fell shellSdrlev fray And Sampson0ras thirteen miles away ThisI was the Brooklyns master feat Still leading on the fighting fleet But one was missing in that affray Ior Sampson was thirteen miles away for a long three hours or more IBllt conflict raged midst smoke and roar And twas Schley that saved the day For Sampson was thirteen miles away While on the bridge stood Schley the brave Dame Fame did his name engrave lIe ought and won renown that day While Sampson Will thirteen miles away Fierce was the fight that Sunday morn Which made Ceveras fleet forlorn One by one they sank neath the spray lad Sampson was thirteen miles away Their Departure Will be Deplored Judge Swango and wife will soon leave Hazel Green to tho regret of everybody in tho town we believe to make their permanent residence at Grassy Lick Montgomery coun ty where tho judge has bought property and will engage in the mercantile business Grassy Lick is just five miles from Mt Sterling in a splendid neighborhood and Judge and Mrs Swango have a nico little home consisting of 2i acres lof ground upon which is a nice fiveroom cottage with all necessary outbuildings a good orchard good garden t c and a storeroom The store at that place has been doing a good business and Judge Swangos many friends hope ho will not only retain that trade but in crease it He and his wifo have too much of the milk of human kindness however to make a success soiling goods for everybody in distress or who puts up a hard luck story is sure to enlist their symp thy and away will go their profits Individually we very much regret to see them go for they have been hisIonterIa very badly However it is selfish to wish them to remain hero when I elseIwhereprosperity and pleasure through i ninny years to como and bespeak for them a welcome in their new homo All For Only S100 For 100 cash hi advance you get TilE HERALD for 12 months the Monthly New York World a 32page magazine for 10 months Good Times a department maga zine of 10 pages for six months and a guess on the vote of governor in Ohio Massachusetts and Iowa which may bring you 5000 You have anyhow 998 chances of get ting your money back There aro 200 prizes of 2 200 of 1 180 of 3160 of 1112 of 5 35 of 10 and 10 of 15 each beside 10 prizes ranging from 25 to 5000 Sure ly you ought to guess close enough to catch something A lease for oil privileges will probably be taken this weok on Prof Wm H Cords farm one and onehalf miles from town Tho oil fever is coming this way and who knows but that thoro may be a great quantity of fino oil in this section Wo aro most cer tainly within the oil belt which extends for thirty miles on either side of Frouchburg Tho boring now being done at Fronchburg has every indication of a rich flow Prof Cord will let tho lease of his farm to somo Pennsylvania party LOSING FLEHI In summer can be Scotts DY Q preventedJJ Its as benefJclallnsummeru In winter If you are weak or run down It will build you up samplerco1ra 490015 Pearl Street New York seWlit c aD I f COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0- 1To insure insertion ALT cone byMondaythat nearby on Monday morning Our correspondents are derelict in dut andwe want to say that henceforth the willnot 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 favo they put us to great inconvenience f SUNNY SIDE Born to the wife of Bruce Nick boyAudyPortor Albert Dyo and daughter Artie of Maytown spent Saturday and Sunday in this vicinity We spent from Friday till Mon day with our sister Gallic who is teaching in Breathitt county Glad to hoar from Uncle Tom Pioratt and glad to know he enjoyed our letter Thank you Uncle TomMrs J WTaulbeo was tho guest of Mrs 11 J Oney one day last week We were delighted to have comeH Linden and sister Esther of Gillmoro passed through here Monday to Hazel Green to do some shoppingAunt 1 gnsbeenbrother J E Brooks was able to be out Saturday Mrs J E Brooks and Mrs Newt Lacy who are on tho sick list most of the time were able to be out visiting last week Glad to see Maud Mullers let ter iu TIlE HERALD lust week and were also glad to hoar that she en joyed her visit here When we heard of the death of Wiley Perkins we wore made to believe more forcibly that In the midst of life we are in death The mother and children have our sympathyMisses Mary and Corda Brenuo man Loula Taulbeo and Callio Oney are spending this week toI gother in Jackson We almost envy those girls tho good time I they are having Your writer and mother took I dinner with W T Caskoy and wife a few days ago and it is needless to say that wo had a good din ner and a nice time Indeed wo were so delighted with our visit that we wanted to go back the next dayAug C SUSIE SUNBEAM DAYSBORO DOINGS Taylor Taulbee wont to Hazel Green Saturday- M J Long went to Rothwell Wednesday after a new buggy Osa Byrd was in town Saturday making googoo eyes at the girls- J T Gevedon the machine agent was in our town ono day lust week Logan Shockey visited his broth er Jim from Friday until Sunday Alexander and Maude Taul 1Bill Sunday tho tent mooting at Mrs Jas M Little and Ida Long spent the day with Mrs J W Taulbee Thursday Carl Mize and Forrest Waldeck two of Hazel Greens good boys passed through hero one day last weekRush Swango was in Daysboro Friday but I dont think he went to Gillmore this time Did he Em ma Sam Kash passed through here Friday on his way home from school He says he is having quite a successA from Salyersvillo passed through hero Friday Among the few we noticed Mrs Dr McClollan Kash and sou W T Perry Will Colviii and a Mr Dogget three enterprising drummers were calling on our merchants Thursday Roy E K Pike Mrs Ellen Swango and daughter Dora passed through hero Wednesday on their return from the Canoy camp moot ingLula Taulbeo camo homo from her school Friday evening and re turned Sunday whore sho will go on to Jackson to attend the insti tuteMrs Carrie Amyx and brother George returned homo Thursday from Campton where thoy have boon visiting their uncle S S Combs of that place Mrs Lillian Alexander accom panied by her stop son Edgar weutII Friday to Big Woods McCausey and other places to deliver pic tures Lillie is au agent for the Union Portrait Co Noah Cisco was in our midst this week working in tho interest of Hazel Green academy We wish him much success and we are quite sure he will have success if any body does Aug 0 MAUD MULLER LEE CITY Charloy Patricks child is very low this week John Brumets daughter of this place died tho 29th day of July Robert McLiu of Hazel Green was in our town on business last week formerlylivedville ono day Inst week brothoyoryI a course teleg raphy Carl Day of N B Day t Co of purchasedmB a 7100 stock of lumber from C L Torrill recently ClayRosoday in crossing a trestle and iis thought to bo fatally hurt County Superintondent Lacy brought Jwagon loud of new books to our citj lost Friday and wo thnnk him and the board of ex havoImade in tho common school books Asa Rose visited Stillwator SntI unlay and reports a nice time and ho says further that ho and his sweetheart attended big meeting on Holly and that there wore 500 people there Tho peoplu found all the dinner on tho ground they could onto Aug 0 Cow BOY MORCAN COUNTY MIZE MITES- J W Cecil and wife visited tho family of S S Rose on Stillwater last week Jesse Fugate who removed to Illinois last winter is here on businessMarion Carter and wifo of Salt Lick Bath count are visiting the family of J W Cecil Moody little daughter of Curtis Oldlield has been very low with fever but is improving- Jo Tom Perry is back from Illi nois but will return in a few days for the broom corn harvest which is some later this year and not very good on account of the drouthSam Byrd mot with a very pain ful accident last week Ho at tempted to jump from a high fenco when a rail gave away and he fell crushing his ankle joint Ho has boon suffering severely sincoAug 0 FISNEY Ho That Any Cood Would Win II should be provided with good health and overt one who would have good health should remem ber that pure rich blood Is the first requisite Hoods Sarsaparilla by giving good blood and cood health has helped many a man to success LETTER FROM LETCHER A Special Term of Circuit Court Aug 19 to Try Murderers- of Mrs Hall Special Correspondence ofTiiE HERALD MAVKING LETCHER COUNTY KY I August 3 1901 S DEAR SIR It was a most do structivo storm that passed over this county on last Saturday al most wholly destroying tho corn crops Lighning played havoc in ninny places Two horses were killed down tho river A beautiful wedding was solem nized Thursday evening at Mill stone near here when Samp Tol liver a prosperous young farmerI led to the hymen sacred alter Miss accomplishod a peaceful and prosperous journey adown lifes way A special term of the Letcher circuit court has been called for August 19 when the Ku Klux gang of out laws will bo tried The trials will be watched with greater interest than any case ever called in tho county The Ku Klux gang murdered old Mrs Jemima Hall and her son at Boons Fork last November which startled all the mountain section At length it became known that 14 toughs of Boons Fork actually participated in tho terrible murder Great ex citment prevailed for a time the mon resisted arrest and it seemed that there would bo much bloodshed as a result At length they all gavo up and were arrested oxI cept Morgan Reynolds the leader who is yet at largo Thousands of people will attend time trials Mrs Lizzie A Webb and family left Thursday for an extended vis it to Arcadia Sullivan countI Tennthe home of her child hood Master Bennett Adams and Tom mio Williams two small boys at school here ran together yoster day and cut them both quite se riouslyTho Letcher county company of state guard under Capt John Webb will leave Tuesday AI Owensboro Ky to go into campI till the 15th Tho boys expect a jolly time Success to THE HERALD in its now and uptodato enlargement More anon Bu DINE I I will preach in the MEL church at Hazel Green next Sund y Aug 11th at 11 oclock on thq following subjectiEye hath not seen nor ear hea d neither have entered into the heart o man the things which God hath prepan d for him that love him But God bath revealed them nto usby His spirit fur the spirit searcheth all things Yea the deep things ot God I Cor v9 and 10 DR 011 ENTER When you havo head ache or neuralgia try Triphone Sold by S S Combs do Sons Cam ton and H F Pieratt Hazol Groci i tf YRYYOUR LUCK tt 4 Copyrighted by Press Publishing Association i 15000IN J1 2 ooV jf I IN AND j DO 1 in a in of 1 I a 1 1 of our paper V fl I Ui I I 1Vhen U send I I c as as As as we your we will 1 many as he to will a for tV t=7 To in we data The combined Official Vote in three States in 18111 1GSV10 increase iOC per cent 18V3Ii lilG422 decrease 401 1894 1895 7UUi2 increase 277 ISOli 192718 2222 1897 decrease 1810 1S98 225r1 JJII 1 05338 increase 789 1900 1 1JG5G10 1888 The certificates of the Secretaries of the States named showing the Combined Official Vote will determine who are entitled to the prizes and the awards will be within 30 after the Official Vote is known The HAZEL CREEN will pub lish the names and addresses of the successful Estima tors as soon as announced Statement of W A President of the Central Savings Batik Detroit Michigan I M 3fjSlVi that the Press Association has in the Central Savings Detroit for time express purpose ofi paying the Prizes in their Contest on the Combined Offi cial Vote of time States of Ohio and Iowa and that this fund can be used for no purpose Ma7Central Savings flank Detroit Michigan OF Tho you only Hazel Green Ky you eat This all of the and all kinds of food It gives instant and never fails to cure It allows you to eat all the food you want The most sensitive can take it By Its use of have been cured else failed It is for all It helpbut do you Prepared only EO DFWITTCO Chicago Tholibot I Mt Sterling Ky Co VA Importers and Jobbers of Dry Goods Notion and Fancy We manufacture the well known BEATS ALL Panto and Hold your orders you sea hlra ITo Given Awouli tJI 14T000 RECKON IOWA YOU ESTIMATE III1 Estimate the total vote these three combined for Governor subscription and you will certificate which will you to participatejthe distribution of the jLISIIIXGtroit Mich to those making the i Voteisachusetts and to be by the held on the oth day ofoveniber1901 We made with ASSOCIATION able our subscribers to participate in the distribution these magnificent amounting to 15000 r = FTJXUUH forTwelveHAZEL GREEN 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SPENCER COOPER K KodolCure Digests what preparation contains digestants digests relief stomachs many thousands dyspeptics after everything unequalled stomach troubles cant good ocontalnsltlmesthe5ecslr- eKE HARTFIELD llcadqunrten EEPEESE- NTSCUGCENHEIMER LYNCHBURG Goods Over until Im is I OHIO MASS WHAT States receive entitle have arrangements prizes price their iitoII Iowa FOLLOWSTo OOOTo2000To1000To500To300TofOOTo100To75TocoTo25To150To350lo710To640To540To100ToSI28OOInestimatebefore Stimntebetween estimatebetweenprizesamounting 91500000 SUIISUIIIPTION BLANK Name Town State GREATEST HAZEL CREEN t l rI I GiOiOI ifls I MOHTHLV IThe Only at High Class Year in 2SCt Ia I1I iSlxtitn Pates Four Columns to the fagt pace Magazine In Itself each edited byII one who knows IEvery number a mine of informs CONTAINS THE FOLLOWING DEPARTMENTS One Short Story Biographical Tld Bits Popular Science Amateur Photography All the Comforts of Home The Fail Lawyer Department of Health Tfcl Editors HAlf Holiday The Quiz CU i prize question department The Old Coj 10lt Shop Sports Qames and PasUm Home Study The Coming Oeneratli The First Thousand and What toi With It practical success dtp I The Story of the World When the Dtfm Work Is Done 7 1thGet YDIII PIi JJJ t d rtl I i R e ffo 6 I the Countrys Backbone- To speakof tim ignorance of the country people is to stamp ones 1 self as an ignoramus not tho country people f There is an intelligonco and soundness in the back country of this land of ours that those who live in cities and think themselves I wise littlo suspect Instead of deprecating I Country life anti saying thatito live in tho country moans to live out of tho world wise peo plo know that the free unlram moled life of tho country unquesi tionably gives broader views Wo can talk all we like of so cia revolutions and kindred evils that are supposed by some to threaten the country hut when they do threaten the danger signal J will conic from the hack corni try In tho clear air of the farm the view is broader the heart sounder and when anything does menace the land the true voice which will 4 stamp it out will Lo apt to como from tho country The backbone of the land rotS- inI tho country on the farm Farm Journal What a Tale it Tells If that mirror of yours shows wretched sallow complexion a jaundiced look moth patches and11I blotches on tho slut its 1ivi trouble hut Dr Kings New Lif rI Pills regulate tho liv r purify th- II blood givo clear skin rosy cheeks rich completion Only i5c at t J Taylor Day Hazel Green or- Sl S Combs Son Campton drug stores I Hes On the Wrong Sido I Leo C Taylor son of Dr C Tay lor of Dayton 0 who disappeared from that city has boon located becnlfightingII is 22 years of age lie served in j tlie SpanishAmerican war as a member of Troop 9 of tho Fifth calvary and returnod to Dayton at the close of tho war Becoming dissatisfied with civil life ho sud denlyloftwithout explaininghisin tontions and letters wore received from him from foreign points I After 10 months his father has hoard from the United States Con sular agent who stated that he iis in the service of tho Britons in I South Africa I PTThomas Sumtorville Ala I was suffering from dyspepsia I when I commenced taking Kodol1 fr Dyspepsia Cure I took severalI bot I ties and can digest anything Ko c dol Dyspepsia Cure is tho only 1preparation containing all the natural digestive fluids It gives weak stomachs entire rest restor i ing natural condition I II F PIERATT I 4 Only Two After the Place The fight as to who shall be appointed circuit judge to succeedII Judgo Goodnight is growing spirit ed According to tho latest rumors I the race has narrowed down to two menSoR Crewdson of Russell t J I 4yule and J J Milliken of Simp j II son county though W P Saudiges friends think ho still has a good chance Of courso all the master commissioners in tIm district are Ij i vitally interested in the result as tho new judgo may make some new commissioners and are quietly pulling to have some friend appointed t If tho action of your bowels is not easy and regular serious com plications must bo tho final result DoWitts Littlo Early Risers will removo tho danger Safe pleasant and effective H F PIEHATT UI Vags JJ May Be Sent to Work Railroad contractors engaged inI building short lines in this part of the state are suffering for the want of help and tho dearth in labor may delay operations Wages runjj from 150 to 3 a day Employ mont agents aro to be sent to largec nearby cities The Lexington police judge threatens to send all able 4bodied vaga to the mountains to work if the supply of workers is not soon increased I I In cases of cough or croup give I the little one One Minute Cough Cure Then rest easy and have no fear The child will bo all right in a little while It never fails IloasII ant to take always safe sure and i almost instantaneous in effect i H FtWhiskey f Pledged Against nLaurel county this state 26- fadidateB who have entered the ipulican primary aspira its foounty officesjor legislative w- tt Itifltions aveentered into a o k wribiuagreomoqtan l given oath fortkeno7aons 4 Kentucky Census Figures A census bulletin issued Tuescia of last week gives the of Kentucky by sex nativity an color Ofa total population 2147174 tho males number 1090 227 a slight excess over tho 1050 I nativeItivo born and only 138703 of these were born of foreign parents Tho colored population in Kenj tuckj consists of 142073 males and 142033 females and 52 male InI halls and 50 females In no county do the negroes ex coed the whites Tho counties having tho largest negro popnla tion are Jefferson with 21430 males and 22480 females Chris j thin with 8142 males and 8455 j females and Fayette with 7181I males mill 8228 females Martin j t county has the smallest negro popII ulation 15 all told j Tho percentage of males in Ken j tucky is 508 per cent native born j 177 per cent foreign born 23 pa I cent Of tho total population 807 l pur cent aro white and 133 perjI Ii cent coloredi I IO snysiO Buck Boirne Ark nIwas troubled with constipation until I bought DeWitts Little ii Early Risers Since thou have been entirely cured of my old complaint t j I Ireccommend them JIFIiKiiATT I Drove Five Miles in Pain I With his right kg broken iin theImember swollen to four times its original size and with time mercury resistoring 10v in the shade Thos Danco drove five miles to Williams town last Wednesday alone for I medical treatment IIHe was hauling with a twohorse j when tho wheel passed over j Ij Itho log No assistance was and lie harnessed ono of the imearI1 I to a light buggy managed by dos Hij perato effort to got into it andI suffering tortures to drive to town When he arrived it requir t ed the assistance of several men t Jet him from the buggy andinttoII tIme doctors office Ho was delirious with pain Dr 0IIara j sot tho broken member and sucI ceccled in reducing the swelling f He was put in tho buggy and startI ed for home alone I Jamos White Bryantsville Iud says DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve legsHefailed to help him Get DoWitts Accept no imitationsH F PlEKATT He Got the Pass j I A story is told of a certain prom i mont railway director who is equal ly renowned for his ability to make or take a joke An employe whoso t homo is in the country applied toI him for a pass to visit his family You aro in tho employ of the I II company inquired tho gentle j jj t IIIIII You receive your pay regularly Yes jell now supposing you wore working fern farmer instead of the j company would you expect your j employer to tako out his horses j every Saturday night andcarry you home This seemed poserbutitwasnt I No said tho man promptly I would not expect that but if I tho farmer had his horses out andeI was going my way I should call him a very moan follow if ho would not lot mo ride The employe camo out thrfjjJ minutes later with a pass good for 12 months Eruptions cuts burns scalds and sores of all kinds quickly heal ed by DeWitts Witch Hazel SalveI Certain cure for piles Beware oft counterfeits Be sure you got the original DeWitts II F PIEISATT Cattle Dying From Heat Veterinary surgeons in Bowling Green and thatsoction of Kentucky report that tho cattle aro dying in the pastures from sunstroke They aro affected like people and topple j over and die in a few hours Some have been saved by placing crushed ice to their heads and giving them immediate attention Anotherfca ure of tho hot weather is that the fish in the ponds have died by the thousand the hot water proving atalVAXTEnTrustworthy y mon and Pldcial standing Salary 780 a year and expenses all payable in cash No anvassing required Give refer encea and enclose selfaddressed apod envelope Address Mana We Chicago tie Hugus f7ci i23g Whisog1 I IDxicrFROM DISTILLERY TO CONSUMER I I Q 7 j jiWHISKEY IN JUGSP-JJ Hagans Old Rye or Bourbon 4 yoara old por gallon 200 iiHagms Old Rye or Bourbon t5 years old per gallon 250 i Hagans Old Rye or Bourbon 7 years old per gallon 275 IHagans Old Rye or Bourbon S years old per gallon ooo j zza WHISKEY IN CASES onr81oIll1 glassiWo do not prepay express charges on whiskey under 3 per gallon IrIFPURE WlIISKEY YOU WAlf DRINK HAGANS RYE SPKCIAL PUICE LIsTWe quote the following Brands of whiskiesI bottled and cased by Stoll Co Lexington Ky Old Elk 4s 12 bottles per caso 1200 Old Elk 4s G 600 Bond it Lillard 4s 12 bottles per case 1200 Bond it Lillard1 4s 0 unoo r1Bond it Lillard 5s 12I 1100 550I5 500 Ashhind 53 12 bottle per case 1000 6J bottles per case 500 Old Elk iis bottled in bond and also free tho other whiskies are bottled free only You run no risk whatever in sending us your order Wo guarantee every shipment we make to be exactly as represontel If goods aro not entirely satisfactory ship thom back and your money will be refunded Wo do not ship goods C 01 Please make all remittances payable to The Ilagan Distilling Company References The Lexington City National Dank or Stoll it Co largest distiller in Stato Address THE HAGAN DISTILLING Co LEXINCTON KY TML DAYIUDNtT E3 OCEJRS9I1VlAXN EiTEEETtLEXINGTON KY 0 j irThe patronage of mountain merchants is respectfully solic itod timid all orders will have prompt attention J T DAYaDEALER IN CENERAL MERCHANDISE HAZEL GREEN KY Has in stock a magnificent stock of UPTODATE GOODS in every a line and is freshening up every week Mr McLin is now in the cities t buying and as ho buys he is shipping in Our stock is so much largei l and bought in such large quantities that we cnn undersell any house in Eastern Kentucky Try us and you will be convinced that wo m- mderbuy because you will know wo undersellv HUGHES CHill TONIC PALATA1ILI IHotter than Calouielaud Quinine Contrins no Arsenic Tilt OLD RELIABLE A is EJSJELLElf TONiC as a for Chills and Fevers Swamp and Bilious you at this iEVE1t FAIlS Laxative Nervous Sedative Splendid liT Try It nny substitute UruugUU soc BY and SI Itottlur- IllEPAKKD SUCCESS WOItTlI KNOWING SouthIfor Chills all malarial fevers I I Farm tor S l I willsell my farm of 159 ACRESP Consisting of about 80 of cleared grassandheGood Frame Dwelling House of four rooms anti a good drilled well if never failing water outhouses cribs stables also two tenant houses There is a Fine Vein of tho BEST COAL irotn which several thousand bushels are sold each year The farm is one one alf miles from Hazel Green A good bargain can be made by applying in per son or writing to II CORD Hazel Green K- yI1i1tdLcf4It 1zUdt WINCHESTER KY H WITHERSPOON President B D HUNTER Cashier aid up Capital 10000000 Surplus 2000000 Handsome deposit of 40421648 This Bank solicits the account of merchants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky aDdikegltlatcbaiiklag octl81y LOOK STIUCII IN TIMEtiSaves nine Hughes Tonic taste SpriiiFall Jt antI ii Malarial Fevers Acts on mitt liver and tones up the system i gENERAL As well Sure Cure Fevers Fevers Just wbat need season Mild Tonic Dont take At I edy Sale acres and and and WM ROBINSONPETTET COI INCOROItATEDTLOUISVILLE KENTUCKY THE NEW YORK WORLD ALMOST A DAILY AT TIIE 1KICE OF A WEEKLY The presidential campaign is over but tht world goes on just the same anti it is full ol news To learn this news just as it is 1 youhaver ThriceaWeek Edition of the New YorkpWorld which comes to the times a year i5O The Thiicc Week Worlds diligence at blotiono- sjtokenand you want it IscriptIonI oiler this unequaled newspaper and THE WKSk MB3f HEILiLB together for 150 trThe regular subscription price of the two paper is moO- T Si1vrrllBIIcIo1te illsw I have for sale now Silver Wyandotte Eggs at 100 for 13bThese Are ThoroughbredoBuy a setting raise some THOROUGH nolongerSTOCKFint Pt ROBERT I CORD 33 Hazel Green Ky C A LYNCH BEPBESENTIXG A8NERBARNEcOW- holesale S OryBoodsdDtlofls CHARLESTON W YA patroszgeuJasks rl tlic H REGAIN YOUR HEALTH WITH VITAE ORENATURES DOCTOR FOR MANKIND IT CURESJIRheumatism Diptheria La Crippe iBIights Disease Kidney Liver and Stomach Troubles Female Complaint Catarrh and 1Ceneral Debility FROM PHYSICIANS FotrxTAix CITY Ixn In numbers of ill lunceK VitaiOre has produced remarkable cures or cases pro nounced incurable und I Lave found it the mast reliable remedy in all chronic eases nt disease I would advise my professional brethren everywhere to test it in their prac tice nUll I feel assured that none will regret it T W TAYLOR M I Oniv IM That the therapeutic cllect ol VitasOre is without an equal in my candid belief I have tested its virtues in many casm and eat re commend it JOHN D MORGAN M D Pains in Joints SlIIMIURY ONT CVV 2408 I have a little grandchild seven yeses old who about two years ago wan taken with Pain in nil her joints so bad they hail to carry her around un Ipillows to ease the pain She could not eat was sleepy and drowsy all the time was white us a sheet and her joints were so swollen list caution had to be uted in moving her I tutu my daughter that IIwas no doctor hut I knew that if Viae Ore diil no good it would at lea t do no harm so on my recommendation sIte took II package and in one week the child was go ing to school There has been no return a the trouble since IIII people only knew liI as much about VilauOre as her mother there would not be H bouse in Canada with out VitaeOre always on bund for an emerg ency for my part 1 could not get along wilh outit My eyes have been troubling me for about six years and now lifter usiig Vitae Ore they are wonderfully improved Fit r Sore Throat and Hums VitaeOre cannot be limit It iis a iodbcnd MKH THOMAS KENNEDY Chance From 75 Years of Age to 16 Mr Cooper Ifazcl Green Ky I purchased some of the Vila Ore from you in the latter part of March and alter taking about a hull pint of the Vilit Ore Klixer DIY nerves were as steady as when I was 16 years of age and I am now past a For more than a year I had1 been trying ailI the patent medicines and nostrum I couldI hear of to build myself up hut iomIijtiLt I Inc any good until I used Vita Ore which my wire brought me from your hue Alieii using it a week I went out and did thrue days as lord work as I havedone in 25 years anil I was not more fatigued than 1 was J5 years ago over the same work It is the grandest medicine in the world and I wantt vcrvhudy in the mountains to know whatt it did for me to they may try it IIopii every one who has that tired feeling inei let toobl age will buy Vitae Ore ofyou antiI give it a fair trial I remain thankfully yours for 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 medicine of Mr Cooper tar him though I ilid not have much taith in it because we had tried to many things that did no good have also u ed VibeOre and am stronger nI in better health than for years which to its use lies SOCIIKY LACY Lacy creek June 1 11KI1 Bladder and Kidney Trouble CHICAGO IuII must say I never heard of a case of lilad der and Kidney Trouble which was as bad a mine was i hadI to get up from twenty I o twentyfive times a night to urinate withI burning Iln I hittd been troubled wilhI this disease for about eleven years I was treated and examined at a hospital and had four or the ditlerent kinds of medicine front he doctors which lid me no good I tried patent medicines and doctors without one event of good resulting I have not used quite three packages of Vita Ore I ii lt 60 years of age and feel as well as when i I ii was 30 years old There is one thing about I Vita Ore which I hare observed anti that it will not hurt anyone It is good for I anyones KiJnknow of a lady who was tt troubled withi anti HladderTroubleI I for ten years Hut after using VitaeOre he 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 i JOHN SLIPPER 371 N Clark St None but the brave dare step aside From customs iron rule he common mind must follow it Or bo esteemed a fool BLUEGRASS + NURSERIES I 0SPRING 10O1 0 Fruit and Ornamental Trees Shrubs Roses Grapes Small fruits As- aragua Rhubarb and everything for rightNoottom to the actual planter Catalogue n application to H F HILLENMEYERLEXINGTON AN ORDINANCE o Change Boundary Line of Hazel Green sectindedithoutto be made the corporate limits of the town of Hazel Green viz Beginning at liresentoundaryI va Swaniros line to the land originally Woodslineud and to said Swangos line on State ad tht nee crossing the roud to II F originalownThis ordinance to be published in theUAZKL QHKEN lawWChairmanC GET Vfl1TD NOTEUKADSEnylop Catlogusaioc eonuJlOBdeat filet1 Wa hlflgtoji D C 11 1 I I A FTKR YOU Ir DOCIL I Itntllcarrl that it is the Rest Thing In Ou or Out of the Earth for the Afflicted unequalled Antiseptic Tonic Power will remove the Nidus of any ill It is not a quack nostrum but a remedy nothing man makes equals It challenges comparison It is I I iII1Ihealth and supplies to the that poor I HealthII VItTMgOBEhIIwho of rfew Ii FROM MINISTERSELIZEY Miss I have been afllicted with Nervous Pros t rut inn Liver mid Kidney trouble for about III years and Piles for 20 years Alter uniii ViiaOre four days my Piles dUnppvarrdI antI the bleeding ceased I continued its use for alout four months and today my Nervous Prostration Kidney anti Liver Trouble anti Piles are cone iuv T H SMITH RCSTOX LA I have taken yonr VitavOre for about ai month and find it has done me more goodI than atts thing I have ever taken for Liver utah Kidney Trouble PKV C II WILSON Catarrh RAXOOH Mien For a number of years Ihuflercd with Catarrh little heath until il tiiiully reachtd my SKiiiiHh and hoods The least void would inciease my Mitlorinux so that 1 scarcely over slept more than three ur four nyilirtaitdI t ouch an extent that my voice was at ficted and my lungs Mere bccoiniiit dis eiMiI A very modenite use of Vitb Ore relicfllmyfthan yincc the year IfeUI at which time I was compelled to give up work I weigh ten pounds more than I loire tor mauy years and ltd ittL Ithat a Jier istent and in Ulliceiit use of VO and its companion re nedies will work wonders tar the snllerin I know it is the use off VO Kucalytus Oil in connection with VO that lictps my wile fn Hi lieing sTck through all the damp niiuy weather She i to Coughs Coltfs aol cl Iiii we would not think of being without those articles and- o OreOline nit nell and most faithfully rvcouimcud thim to afflicted people L JSAEUUOD Feyer l8Iyou Ore hint tlc for me About a year ago I IIwas taken sick anti my doctor said I was sin to have a fever so he pave me incdi cine for two months which didlluc no Rood My tongue was coated all the time alllilI mylungshougheLit I was able to gather my crops It did me more good than all the medicines I have ever taken I have taken three packages of ttiyfarm i tion KO jim going to give your great antItwonderful remedy a fair trial as it has already done me much good I have hopes of good health yet W M BRYANT Cured at 82 YearstAXDKCSOX Iso I have had Rheumatism and Kidney Trouble for about a year Hearing of the I heganakinithan all of the other medicines I have ever taken I have been using it now for about four weeks anti am almost entirely cured ol my Kidney Trouble and it has alto helped thatIffeelw September IL jJOSEPHj 1525 Brown Stw Was Nearly DeadmDALLAS TgxtstI do and always shall do all iu my powers satisfiedcrybestmy experience with them I was as neara dead beganograve thirtyyearsbeWithoutmedicine c VitaOre1 d JtntIl l l avebeencuredurlimitedspacewtliotlivattwreprtiIuctinfl FROM WOMEN PECULIAR Mo iteflre Itautcoreti ofzoPalpllu1l0nluSt DialittesMitsA A BRVDSHAW ALAIfamilyeverpleastdfithcallre DvslelsiaSorlit in good for everything for which I have used it MRS W II WIXDES Saved Ear Life CENTER HILL ARK 33099 ViteOreluihfhtighienoonlifiri i and the btst iioctor I knew of tailed law now well and stout again I lived lor three months on raw eggs anti gruel anti then hat great antI good medicine called VituOre that makes lthiie wtll when they are as hciplos cs a ntw torn Italic came to me as a rest tier I had titan h tit Stomach In iuniinatiiii of the Kidneys and Enlarge meiit of the Spleen VineOre is also the best thing for Sore Throat and Diphtheria that I have ever semi MRS E F Lou Jaundice SAUK CENTER Mixx 112808 Xo doubt you tire called upon daily to wruugltthiryou uhat it hiss done for me I wasMck otto year with stomach trouble indigestion then the gallduct plugged up and 1 had an f ablebodied case jaundice on hand The duct would open or partially open occasion ally and inspire Italic of recovery only to bo disappointed by itt again closing I asjabout the color of a newly smoked ham j Iendured the tortures of the damned with allJinternal itching Iwas treated by a first class physiciai Consultation was held with lrttctitinttcisfrontend of medicines with no results they told operaion weight aiil was go week I could not sit up all day About tills time my friend your agent prevailed upon me to tryjust title package ol his remedy He hail previously tried to interest me in it Hilt I shook him aud stuck to prescriptions But ns the thor tIlts tltt it WitS useless to give me any more I told my good friend to brine me some anti took it as a forlorn hope Having no con preparet1 youhothink I was romancing as a matter of taffy to you But one package cured me antI to mylifeire at CO as I was st 20 but I feel just as well My indigestion iis a thing of the past ind my liver has been attending strictly to business ever since I dont suppose it is a universal panacea but it my liver ever goes on another strike you may be sure I will send for Vita Ore Cuts HABMOX Paralysis and Rheumatism Qeaccier ILL I have just visited three of my afflicted who are using Vita Ore The man ith Paralysis and Rheumatism can hich stephehich he has not been able to do for years Mrs Smith a sufferer from Dropsy and Fe ale Trouble is doing as well as can be ex pected The man who was Paralvzed about wo weeks ago anti could tint walkor speak o as to be understood or raise hill right arm took a package of Vita Ore and VO Pills and today he got out of his chair without assistance and walked across the room he talks now so as to be heard JODY HCSTED t f Jade a Permanent CoreI- XDIASTOWX N C J myheekdoctors and cancer cures failed I think it will do all things that it is recon mended too W M A EERY FVITEORE is S100 a Package Mailed to any address on receipt of price It makes 1 Quart of Elizer Dosel teaspoonful KyExclusiveee If JF SADLER COIEgEstablished in 1865 FOR THE SALE O- FCaI1eHogsSee and LAMBS Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI Long Distance Telephone WEST 101 jJ38 Liberal cash advances made upon consignments and sales oJJ DONT FORGET IT WE MANUFACTURE Rubber StampsAnd Keop on hand Pads Inks and Stamp Supplies J L RICHARDSON CO F I rE et37 West Short Street LEXINGTON KY KI1 Kii COMMISSION MERCHANTS IN EVERY DESCRIPTION 1INEATLY PEOMPTLYEXECDTED CHEAPLY AND AT BS UMElCE AND ATJSPAUTION GUARANTEED IN ALL CASES T r n Tswjyr pv