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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rotoooorOCOCIIIOOICCIOCOeoOOOIU o1 I 1500000 i IN PRIZESIII I LcocotOUO SEE OooM III I +COUNT + DIRECTORY + V Third ICII Monday in Ajril and Third Monday in September DAVIK H RrnwiXR Jtidcc- A I 1 f Uvru CtmimonwealthsAttprney jI F VAN tNT Mnstir Commissioner C C 1LSK Tru tee Jury Fund 0 COUNTY COUnTI First Monday in ench month G5 T Cixrri Judge 1 W S TnT Clerk A T COMHS Sheriff 1 G H STAMVKU County Attorney ISAAC W COMIS IailcrII Six W SAIIIY lrsetsurJ- O11N CUKECH iuncorti FLANK SAMIMK Coroner ji 0 0 I jlAGlSTnATI COURTS fTUIIf or Hoimso ASH OFFICIALS j FlUST I t DKSTKUT EUVS SlIOCKKY I Magistrate No time yet tor holding court Siccoxi DISTRICT JOHN O KOSK Ju Magistrate S N XOKMAS Con i stable Court days First Thursday ill February May August and November I Tiiini IiTuICTl1 H Dm Mag istrate HKSUYCCAMIMIEII Constable Court days Second Friday in Februaryll May August and November FOUIITII DlSTUKT IL 1 LImI1 Magistrate WM SiKXfKi Constable 1Court days First Friday in March and December f June September J FIFTH k SixrliJ N CHAMIIIRS f Magistrate in both districts lUvin t i HANKS Constable Court days Third r Friday in February May August and 1I November i SEVKNTH DISTRKT 15 F BOLls I i Magistrate IOKTKH CLARK Constablet tt r Court days First Saturday in Marchij June September and December i EIGHTH DISTRICT GEOUGI OLIVER Magistral No countable and no set time for holding court Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table In Effect June 30 ISO 1 EAST BOUND = ceu =t STATIONS Daily cs Xo 4 umlav Daily IM Lye AM i Lexington 2 pro 7 41 lyejIj II y 11111i i l Torrent 4 41 nilOUn am Htattrve Jc 5 1lII1h9I1m 7 Jackson Ij 15 pull SO 11111 ji f WEST BOUNDI No1ISTATIONS ilexj ojj Sunday Daily II Jackson is 25 an 52 Pta llcattyve Jcj 7 M am 3 2f pm Torrent 7 17am 3 47 pru I II if ImfLAEJuncn tI 10 am 15 OS 1 Winchester 9 23 am 5 20 11111I33Lexirgtont0 10 am C 05 iJ l ManagerlT It MOUGAX S R A i wa F BAKER I Ilcaitciiiniturn JlarliourytHe Ay- i I i JJllrSCXTIlGj1 Mo11a1L18o1 j DmS Shoe to j I I Manufacturers Nashville and TennII and CUSTOM SHOES samples and solicits your DILLER BENNETT WHOLESALE t l 11IIINIT1EIIIIThe Wholesale Furniture Dealer in the South LOlUSVllle K- yjs v J H SnUItIevlOItn Go- ii Manufacturers and Jobbers of 1 MENS BOYS CHILDRENS CLOTHINGI I G07 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY REH BEVERSON 5 C- OWmtESALEE SAJJWLEEY 508512 W MAIN STREET i LOUISVILLE KY CAVEATSTRADE MARKS ndyombntlaeudlmttoWaahtoRton COPYRICHTS AND DESIGNS I an time coats leu be e- K c ette 10 0 e P1Iat ota nu- trTamtannd uud ASty ant d1O- LMnre ItUON A 0 OaZtdaltataU ntOil retetJ roemt h R e ftU- retr epetal tIc oat taerta to w- IN ENTI E AGE i i- rnrmLaof C Ano iraCO 9 8 F Sr N 111 AqlJvL- weL ASHINOTON D C l r i a THE III3RALDEin the Story oCII Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell SEVENTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 22 1901 NUMBE- RslIvcta 7 no rThei Oldest Most Popularp 1 Most Widely Circulated and Mostt Quoted Paper in the Kentucky MountainsAlwa a It In YKAH Advance Written for TImE HEKAIU 1jri EnviroRet lly Lady Cook nee Tennessee C Clatlia of Richmond Surrey England The iniluonco of onvironment opal ovory organic being is no longer a matter of loubt The re 11 searches of recent years have thrown much light on this subject and have proved that the processes of evolution are very largely de pendent spoor the conditions of the I environment We have passed from I conjecture to certainty and are I now able to predicate what changes would ensue under certain given I circumstances So many students of physical phenomena including men of the most powerful minds hnvo boon continuously engaged in I investigating and interpreting the laws of Nature during the last half I century the numbers of her most secret pages have become more or less an open book Before this I however the vaguest notions pre I railed An able writer of the 18th century saysttI am satisfied that I every country produces people of the same bulk features and com i plexions it did two thousand years ago and whenever a new set of people take possession of a coun try they become like those who I inhabited it before in a very fcwiii generations If a swarthy Scythian or Tartar of a short squat make i Hat nose thick lips and little black eyes set deep in his head wore to j ho transported into Germany as I ninny nations of the Scythians t were formerly his posterity in a hundred or two of years would infallibly IM tall lusty fellows of fair complexions and regular features as the present Gannons are I For notwithstanding we all sprung from tho orignal- our features and complexions our stature and oven tempers vary according to tho part of the world wo happen to bo planted in Thero is something in the air tho soil the diet or manner of life which slake the inbitants of one ccuntry appear as if theywere cast in a different mould from those of tho other This statement however was only partially correct Locali ty alone would not produce these changesjbocauso onvirnmentpow erful as it is is only ono factor of many in producing ovolu= lout changes and can deterio rato as well as improve It may bring about great physical alters tions may enlarge dwarf may metamorphose an organ distort or beautify a structure but tho essential character of tho animalor plant will remain the same Habit land race aro equally potent in of feeling variations but perhaps the most powerful of all is selection remainsI igiousIand the moral world Our intellectual culture mainly depends upon our mental environment as our moral culture upon our moral environment If a child of the most illiterate parents bo closely associated from early infancy with persons of culture the chances are many to one that ho also will bo cultured He may not have the wide mental grasp of one born from a stock of intellectual ancestors but ho will have a certain improved grasp and his mind will be harmonized to tho tone of theirs There are not many even amongst thoso of hereditary culture who rise to great intellectual heights but all acquire an intellectual tone whichadds to the refinement of life Tho love of knowledge for its own sakeapart from any notion of utility is one of the most de lightfulof intellectual passions And this they all possess in a high er or lower degree Their intel lectual environment elevates as it were and spiritualizes every souse Theysee for instance with other eyes and hear with other ears than those who have not received their mental advantages And their perceptions may become so refined that even tho meatiest things of nature become objects of absorbing interest and beauty Now all this is a distinct gain r fh q y Mk d botter it may be than wealthor power for it gives us something which we are always able to enjoy and which no one can take from us Nevertheless high culture may coexist with great vices and many intellectual men have become abandoned voluptuaries making i their great acquirements subservient to evil Thus splendid physi cal and mental powers may be de structivo to their possessors unless they are controlled by correct moral feeling Consequently a suit able moral environment is neces sary to enable us to develop the higher faculties of our nature and to perfect the whole man A good physical constitution is eminently desirable extensive mental ac quirements are also to be diligent ly attained so fur as we are able but a sound moral constitution will do more for tho real happi ness and welfare of time individual than anything else Tim greatest strength and the most brilliant talents if misdirected shines with but a feeble lustre when compared with the sublimity of a high moralI natureWe hear much of athletics and the higher education Both are good but neither is the highest The truly higher education is not to be found in any scholastic cur riculum but resides immediately in our home and circle of acquaintances and more remotely in our general environment But while physical and mental oduca tion have their gymnasia schools and colleges in abundance moral education is left pretty much to shift for itself Wo put the cart before tho horse and expect both to go on straight and merrily I We subordinate the higher to tho low or and are surprised if tin higher do not rule I Lot men say what thoy will but no ono is a free agent Each iis first restricted by the eternal laws of nature and next is modified by ever varying circumstances En vironment fushions us whether we willor not environment controls our will forms our sentiments gives us our speech our morality SERVICE BUILDING PA1 Tho Service Building was the 1 sition grounds It is the administ tion all of the officers whose pre having their headquarters there grounds have been given the hortic will embellish the entire Expositioi the visitor a foretaste of the wend the Exposition and our religion clothes and educates us and shapes our destiny Predestination is not required for these things CLviroraent is all sufficientThis which is surely a correct one should go far to destroy many errors one of which is that all delinquency must be punished We might go farther and question if any punisment is useful and whether it does not do more harm than good What our criminals and noerdowells of the com munity want is not pumishment but pity and that not the idiotic or sentimental pity which pets and coddles them and does more for them than for honest people but tho pity which is resolute for their reformation or their de structionreformation if it can be attained extinction if it cannot be encompassed Wo expect all our citizens to be wellconducted and honest But what sort of an environment surrounds the greater part of them Is it conducive to manliness in the men or modesty in the women Or is it too often a circle of vice and debauchery Our slums reek with physical and moral filth our streets are at the mercy of drunken and foul mouthed ruffians and abandoned women who perambulate them at pleasure and hustle virtue from the pavement Shall we flog them at the carts tail as of old or re form them We cannot resume obsolete punishments but how can they IM reformed By a change of environment by withdrawing them from their old haunts and compelling them to earn an honest living in specially arranged homes au1In a moral atmosphere We have in this country a vast number ofnotoriously immoral persons on the other hand we have a great many intelligent and charitably disposed people with nothing to do Here are the two forces which should come together the vicious and the reformative Paid agents would be useless for this remedial work for unless done from a spirit of pure charity it could never suc ceed But gentle men and women urged by the divine impulses of the good monks und nuns of old days could wean back many an evil and stubborn nature to the paths of decency and rectitude and do what prisons and paid chaplains could never accomplish At present things are going alto gether wrong The social evil is increasing so are insanity and legal offences Respect on the part of the young for ago for goodness for the sex and for their superiors is decreasing and threatens to disappear altogether Tho board schools turn their pupils out with enoughof superficial knowledge to make them conceited and saucy but with tho minimum of moral training Wo need new environ ments or rather a purifying of the present ones and these can be gained only by general and systematic effort on tho part of all con corned and by parental and pa triotic dotermination to eliminate or suppress at any cost the rap idly increasing incentives to evil Dont bo satisfied with tempo rary relief from indigestion Kodol Dyspepsia Cure permanently and completely removes this complaint It relieves permanently because it allows the tired stomach perfect rest Dieting wont rest tho stomach Nature receives supplies from the food we eat The sensible way to help the stomach is to use Kodol Dyspepsia Cure which digests what you eat and cant help but do you good H FPfE11ATT AMERICAN EXPOSITION first structure erected on tho Expo ExposiIsenco All around the Service Building the mltural and floral decorations that plot This decorative work gives crful beauty that is to characterise A Pretty Feature One of the prettiest features of the Triennial Conclave week in Louisville will be the sponsors representing the several Kentucky commanderies There are 27 of those young ladies selected from the most beautiful girls in tho re spective sections One will act for the etateatlarge another for the grand commandery while the fol lowing Kentucky towns are represented in the list Lexington Ver sailles Frankfort Mt Sterling Hopkinsville Covington Georgetown Vancoburg Paducah Louis ville Newport Henderson Owens boro Cynthiana Danville Rich mond Flomingsburg Russellvillo Bowling Green Sturgis Lebanon Paris Madisonvillo Ashland Ear lington1 The Secret is Out All Sadiovillo Kwas curious to learn the cause of the vast improvement in the health of Mrs S P Whittaker who had for along time endured untold suffer ing from a chronic bronchial trou blelIts all due to Dr Kings New Discovery writes her hus band It completely cured her and also cured our little grandaughter ofaseverattackofwhoopingcoughIt la grippe bronchitis all throat and lung troubles Guaranteed bottles 50c and 100 Trial bottles free ntI J Taylor Day Hazel Green and S S Combs Sons Campton drugstores t jQCS1 v j J = I IA GREAT TIME IN LOUISVILLE Knights Templar to Number of I ParadeINext week will see the realization of time threeyear dream of the Knights Templar of Kentucky Ever since 1898 time Sir Knights of the State assisted by scores of public spirited citizens have worked hard for time success of the 28th Triennial Conclave of time Knights Templar of the United States The fond hopes of all citizens that the approaching meeting shall be the greatest ill the orders history bid fair to be more than realized Next Saturday night the 5000 lights will be turned on the great quadruple electric archattheinter soction of Broadway and Fourth avenue Chas D Meyer a Louisville architect is the designer of the structure which is declared to rival in beauty tho famous Dowoy Arch It is 80 feet high made en tirelof white stuff over a frame work of wood and cost 8000 Another beautiful decorativei feature now nearing completion is the court of honor on Jefferson street in front of the Jefferson county court house This was do signed by Col K S Brown chair man of the decoration mind illumi nation committee Thousands of dollars have been spent in making tho city beautiful for the coming of the guests Time illuminations are particularly handsome and such a scene of dazzling brilliancy will greet visitors each eveningof the week as was never before witnessed in a conclave city Tuesday tho day of the parade is expected to find not less than 150000 strangers in the city Ex cursion rates of one fare for tho round trip have Loon made by every largo railroad passenger associa tion in tho United States No ono need have any fear about securing accommodations after reaching Louisville The conclave committee on hotels and quarters has hundreds of private homes boarding houses and oven a few hotels at its disposal Tho city is prepared to take care of every per son who attends tho conclave The committee has arranged a booklet of 50 pages containing tho name of every householder who will ac commodate conclave guests and those will be distributed on all in coming trains beginning the Sat urday before the triennial Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury- As mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when en tering it through the mucous sur faces Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians as the damage they will do is ton fold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney fc Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury and is taken internally acting directly upon time blood and mu cous surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get time genuine It is taken internally and made by F J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 Testi monials free Sold by druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best mc Prospecting for Gold in Grant For three weeks a dozen men have been engaged in prospecting for gold on Stevens creek near the Owen linen the western part of Grant county They have sunk a prospect hole to a depth of about 50 feet and say they intend to go 200 or 300 feet if necessary They are backed by several of the weal thiest farmers in time county sdme of whom have property aggregat ing more than 50000 A mineral has been struck which has a dark iron color with glittering particles Large picture frames 10x20 for 85y to 125 sold by others for 250 to 300 Small frames in endless variety Large mantle mirrors French bevel glass for 825 worth 500 100 mirrors for GOy Family bible for 125 worth 300 Other valuable arti cles at reduced prices I am clos ing out to quit the business at this place Come at once or you will get loft J T GEVEDON Hazel Green Ky McNabb Property IIJIIIII How to Become Wealthy In a Now Hampshire city there II dwells an octogenarian physician I IjI who in addition to his wide niedij J calskill is known far and wide a li dispenser of blunt philosophy I The other day a young man of his i acquaintance called at the office I I have not come for pills this I time doctor tt said the visitor I but for advice You have lived I many years in this world of toil and trouble and have had much experience Inm young and I want you to tell me how to got richThe aged practitioner gazed thro his glasses at the young man and in u deliberate tone said I Yes I can tell you You are young and can accomplish your object if you will Your plan isII this First bo industrious and posI the dollars and put them at inter est If you follow out these in structions by the time you reach I my age youll be as rich as Croesus and as mean as It- Astounded the Editor Editor L A Brown of Bennetts j ville S Cwas once immensely surprised Through long suffer ing from dyspepsia he writes limy wife was greatly rundown She had no strength or vigor and suffered great distress from her stomach but she tried Electric Bittors which helped her at once i and after using four bottles she is entirely well can eat anything I gentlelaxativetorpid liver For indigestion loss ofappetite stomach and liver troubles its a positive guaranteed DnyHazol I Son Campton drug stores Homes For Hundreds Tho state of Montana will short ly have a laud sale that will eclipse the recent government affairs in Ii Oklahoma where about 2000000 acres wero disposed of to home seekers About 3000000 acres dis tributed throughout every county in the state will be auctioned by Land Registrar Long This course was decided at a meeting of tho state board commissioners A state law prohibits the sale of any lands at loss than 10 per acre and whore Registrar Long fails to receive bids of at least that amount ho will only lease the lands to the highest bidder Tho board decided that purchases by any one person shall be limited to ICO acres agricultural or 040 acres grazing land In cases of cough or croup givo the little one One Minute Cough Cure Then rest easy and have no fear Time child will be all right in a little while It never fails Pleas ant to take always safe sure and almost instantaneous in effect II F PlEIlATT Threw Her Baby to the Hogs Miss Ada Lancaster of Vance burg Ky is charged with the mur der of her newborn babe Miss Lancaster is tho employe of a Covington tobacco factory who a few weeks ago throw her newborn babe into a hog pen The babe was half devoured and was dead when found Everything points I to the fact that it was born alive however and lived several hours and feeling against Miss Lancas ter runs high Her parents are well respected in the region about Vanceburg TILE HERALD for 12 months and 5000 for 100 is a great big bargain awaiting the matt who can figure tho total vote of Ohio Massachusetts and Iowa See Try Your Luck on last page for par ticulars Then She Blushed Professor of Grammar What part ofspeech is kiss Demuro Pupil Noun form proper nod common number indefinite case peculia- rPP G Why peculiar case D PIIBecause it is never de clined London Judy WANTEDTrustworthymen and women to travel and advertise for old establishedhouseof solid finan cial standing Salary 780 a year and expenses all payable in cash No canvassing required Give refer ences and enclosfPselfaddressed stamped envelope Address Mana gar 855 Caxton Bldg Chicigo tf r eY m xif H yA 11j I esr aoeoooeaooeY 4- rj 1500000IN 1 i r SEE PAGE 3- oa4eeag f CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY II IIIstIto friends and neighbors Have wade 710 Every one llou8 u bottle fur 4aO cents worth of material I make Perfume that would cost J200 in thug stores I first made it fur miryown use only llout tho curiosity of friends as to where I pro cured such exquisite odors rnniited me to r sell it I clear from 25 to 3f per week II do not canvass people come anil send to for the perfumes Any intelligent per son can tIaH well as I doI For 42 cents in stamps I will send you the formula for mak Ilime nil kinds of perfumes and a saniile Lint tle prepaid I will alo help you get Ktarted in business MA11T1IA FRANCIS 11 South Vandeventer Avenue St Louis Mo r AVM l I H i tS iIAttorney astLasTu + HAZEL CREEN KYiWill practice in courts of Wolfe and atli Dining counties Collections a specialty COCODIDOOOOC H G ROBINSON BEATTYVILLE KY General Salesman for- K M HUGHES CO LOUISVILLE KY Manufacturers of HighGrade Vbtegthl 4 Vide 3 Solicits orders from the merchants of the mountains and guarantees satisfaction A wail order will receive prompt attention aflIogSOOO men SUYITIle II Ios tX RArttJ1 SOLE DEALER i HAZEL CREEN KY j2C DAY HOUSE fe a HAZEL GREEN KY N B GRAHAM PuoruiEroit- i d This house has recently peen refurnished and renovated and under the present man Hjjenicnt will continue to maintain the high reputation heretofore accorded it for home dtItrtlllcntThe msffcommercial rtourists Livery stable in connection where horses amid vehicles will have the best attention ROSE 5 WHEELER PRACTICAL BLACKSMITHS AND WACONMAKERS 1 HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of the viScinity pro ved facilities for blackamithing and wagonmaking aa wellas renair work ofall kinds A full force of first class mechanics insures promptness in the execution of allwork entrusted to them and satisfac tion is guaranteed in all cases Buggy building and wagon making are our specialties Your patronage is re k spectfully solicited and will be duly ap preciated Respectfully c ROSE WHEELER S A new firstclass cafe for ladies and gentlemen has been opened in opposito the delicacies of time season are served in firstclass style Ladies especially are invited ISO YKAR8 IXPENHMOB TRADK MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIOHT ccAnyoneeadigR a sketch and desatpUon ter IpproeusurytD PAmenc We hays a Wash =e nuns anpeew DOUce In the- 80lENTIFIO AMERICA beantu attlaasrratdt tamest dreuJatloo of YBooK r MUNN A CO 361 llrMtfKav New Yerk g EVERY PAIll OFe l 4 TIGER + PANTS5 Made Perfect In Fit Fall in Scat and g X and Will 8 8STAC e X X Are MideandIletterStyle 5 Fir Salt by J Taylor Day 8 HAZEL CftECN KY ztt F W a e atrEHERALD I I = t = j 1901TJ I I +1tnnOnnlEmenT + J 1er Aeanr We are authorized to announce ELIJAH 3 ROSE of Stillwater at n candidate for the office of Assessor subject only to the willtI of the people as expressed at the polls on Tuesday November 5 1001 j i i j i I iI I DEMOCRATIC TICKET 0 For State Senator 34th District C D SUBLETT of Magoflin County For Representative91st District JESSE P MORRISof County 4 THE COUNTY TICKET CONGLETONFor For ClerkW S TUTT For Sheriff T F STAMPER For Supt SchoolsJ W TAULBEE For JailerJ n LITTLE For AssessorS N HOBBS For Coroner FRANK SAMPLES 1 Election Tuesday Nov 5 1001 u1 WITHOUT doubt the people andi a majority of the newspapers champion the cause of Schloy and claim him the horo of Santiago bay But the president anti those Kf papers closo to Mr McKinley try to bolster up Sampson The Lex ington Leader which is in close I touch with Mr McKinley and us ually a fair paper in its opinions 11under thoca1tion Sampson in History in its Sunday edition has quite a eulogy upon the man that wasnt there which it with tho sentence tho calm dis r passionate student of history will1 f rank him as tho real hero of San i- so tiago The people dont believe Sam On tho other hand they do believe that while Schley is the hero Sampson will have the credit so far as the administration can give it him There is evidently a nigger in the woodpile In f brief it is evidently a political1 scheme of tho republican party to make Sampson the hero his absence from the scone to the con l ltrry notwithstanding Sampson might have done even better than Schley had he been on the ground but remember Ofallsad words of tongue or pen The saddest arc these it might have been Buy SCHOOIKII who has just I started the Advance Kentuckian at Morehoad has the following 1very complimentary notice of our friend Sam J Roberts of Lexing ton than whom there is not iin Kentucky or elsewhere a more affa blo accommodating courteous gentleman nor one whom it appar ontly does so much good to accommodate b a friend Wo therefore t endorse all Schooler says and could add a colum of encomium with out overdoing the job But hoar Bill nitlGIITEST NEWSPAPER MAN IN J THE STATE 1The Daily Leaderof Lexington sClis now owned and edited by Hon J ikm J Roberts We remember wffll when this brilliant young bJpaper man landed in LexingI ionsifroni Ohio astackcompauy UnderlneiiL rwhat was at first thought to- W aiiilnro was success from the start fhud it is with great pleas prosperityof4 thftVtliBj infant he so patiently rocked ptho cradle a few years ago has donned fulldress suitII 4andtis now of lawful age and isi Ji not only apQwer in local affairs buntsInfluence reaches aero tho UPpncll and it is read in even landlth iniichlnteresL Succ tothemalugeatenttand its go r Ft1 iC 1 d Y p ous editor and may he always en prosperousbusiness vanceKentuckian force from tho imp to the highest officer in charge TilE National C W B M have been put in possession of the deed to tho academy site and lIon W O Mizo has its receipt for tho same so that we confidently look for work to commence at once And when it does begin it will im mediately and materially interest n good many as labor will be re quired by tho contractors Wo will next week have much more to say about this school Indeed wo had an article for this issue but a rush correspondence crowds that and muchother matter out STRAY SHOTS George IL McClain and wife stopped in Illinois on route toOkla home to visit friends o Mrs SholtonoTrimble of Mono fee county is visiting n number of sons and daughters in Coles andl Edgar counties Ill o iFrank Trimble O was at Paris Ills last week closing up tho sale cotton plantations i I in lofsomoI i This is his first visitI there in eighteen years o- I o n The Kentucky colony in ColosI I county will not sutler drouth The excessive prices of broom corn and oats will make up for tho loss of corn which iis now worth 00 cts- o o o Paris Ill Beacon Tho friends of Wigfall S OHair assembled t his residence on South Marshal street Sunday morning at 11 oclockand treated him to a agreeable surprise the occasion being Mr OHairs 37th birthday An elaborate dinner brought bF the sixty guests was spread under the shade in the front yard Those present were George Vice rG Stewart J Ogden OHair P R Stoneburner Jesse Swaugo Abra ham Hybarger and their families Mrs J E Davis Mrs Polly Hunks Frank Trimble of Memphis Fonts 1and J II Swango of Terre Haute Ind Reminiscent Reflections Mr Smedley Mr Council and Charley Kinnoy all of Bourbon county are at Swaugo spring for their health Mr Smedley was raised near Hutchinson station on 1the K C Near there then called Coopers was a country school in which the editor learned to make- S pothooks with a quillpin and shoot paper wads with an alder 1bush gun and when he meets any one from that neighborhood the days of happy childhood pass iin panoramic review Mr Kinney was a schoolmate at Millersburg with Hon W 0 Mize Mrs Mize and Mrs Bello Godsey tho lotto two then the Misses Cockrell at 1with the last named Mr Kinney had his first experience of loves young dream Being caught in the act of exchanging sweet missives the teacher promptly pituishe- them l assigning the task of writ ling 40 pages of history to Miss Belle and inflicting some severer punishment upon young Hiuney His son is the owner and editor o r tho Kentucky Stock Farm one oft the greatest trotting horse papers published The Jokes on Pieratt In another part of this paper an s account of the etaauge actions ofa tramp peddler and the attempt of Henry Pieratt to arrest him It now transpires that tho man who ran as Henry and Curt Quicksallapproached the river where the peddler was said to be was a man for whom Henry Pie ratt as deputy sheriff held a war rent of arrest and not the peddler at all Tho party whom Henry took to bo the peddler and who ran as Henry exprssses it as though wings would have been anI encumbraucehad been dodging the officers of the law for some time and seeing Henry ho concluded ho was after him Hence he ran and made good his escape When these facts became known the joke was run on Henry and he will con tinue to hear of tho occurrenco for some time TO TUB DEAF JVstcWajly cured of her deafness and noises in the head by Dr Nicholson Artificial Ear Drums give 10OOOJo 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 NewYorfc 4=11- r aKSS t v Chas Sublett the Noaiiee The contention between HonA II Stamper and Judge J J Hampton i each of whom claimed to be 1 the regular nominee for senator from this district was amacably settled on the 8th inst at West Liberty by tho various committees j of counties composing the district by nominating Hon Chas Sublett of SalyorsvilleBefore committees A H j Stamper was represented by at I torneys Floyd Byrd and Finley E Fogg while Judge Hampton was represented by Judge Redwine andI attorney A C Baker This compromise nomination was suggested to Judge Hampton warmly approved by Mr Stamp er and acted upon by the com mitteeBoth aspirants for the office seemed imbued with the sole mo tive to settle the differences peace fully and harmoniously and to yield to whatever was conducive to the host interests of the party and this commendable spirit in them brought speedy adjustment to tho entire satisfaction of all and as a happy sequel friction has been eliminated and there i pence unity and harmony in tho Ij democratic ranks i Mr Sublett in accepting th nomination addressed tho mooting in his usual urbane manner and gave expression to a fir confidence of his election in No vember lIon Chris Sublitt is well and favorably known in tho district Williunite 1 and honest will represent the district faithfully and with marked j ability Pick the district oyer an- n i a better selection could not have been made and tho committees and the contestants for the office Judge Hampton and A H Stamp er are to bo congratulatedupon their good work at West Liberty Democrats of tho distict will rally around their standard boardii and elect him by a rousing majority Hurrah for SublettlJack son Hustler Bug dBC Hanan 1 Fresh Lemons Royal Maccaroni Arbucle Brown C Sugar6cII Cood Crpen Coffee 10c and 12e jj 4FAH other goods iin propor tion CECIL BROS Vitate Ore will relieve you of all aches and pains Agents wanted r stampSpoucer RfldwineHurst Judge David B Redwino and Miss Nellie Hurst were married at the residence of tho brides parents odf Campton Roy J J Dickey offici ating at 5 oclock Monday morn 3ing The bridal couple accompau ied by 0 H Pollard and wife of BuffalolN Y to spend a week of the hon eymoon at the exposition The bride is the second daughter of Capt W L Murex A well known ofour county and is a young lady of more than ordinary accomplishments especially in music The groom is now filling his sec ond term as judge of this circuit court district and made himself famous as chairman of tho Music Hall convention which nominated the lamented and martyred governor William Goebel a few years ago FOK SALEI have for sale 1000 acres of virgin land on head of Upper Devils creek Will divide to suit purchaser For terms ap ply to W C PBYOB 52t Campton Ky Old Robs at Lexington Fair Wednesday last was Confederate Day at the Lexington fair and 5000 or 6000 peoplo swarmed tho grounds Over a thousand Con federate from the Blue Grass were there and enjoyed burgoo and the reunion Rain in tho attar noon marred tho day and prevented the show rings and trotting race The running race at one mile however amused the crowd for half an hour or so Last Warniig Taxes aro now due and must be paidor property sold Call to day and settle H F PIEBATT D S Bniiiete Department Prof J H Blankenship arrived in Hazel Green on last Saturday He will have charge of the business department of the Hazel Green academy He comes well recommended and prepared to give to our people the same courses as are given in the best business colleges Young men and women should confer with him about these courses There is now a great demand for bookkeepers and stenographers throughout tho country and Hazel Groan academy offers opportunity to young men and women to prepare themselves as suchMr BlaukonHhip has arranged with one of tho best employment agencies to place all graduates of this department upon their grad uation When yon have head acho or neuralgia try Trlphene Sold by S S Combs Sons Campton an H F Pieratt Hazel Green tf John S Harper of Gravis Texas j who left hero some 10 years ago i and has since been living in Texas I camp in last week and will visit twosSllbsCrIbtJIIi j thatewo publish the following UAJCEJ GREEN KY Aug 19 permitmme 1 will write a short letter thrI the dear old HERALD hack home toII Gravis Texas Well Maria I am ij sitting at the headof your moth ers grave to drop a few lines tojJ lot you know that I am well and I at James Bises on the j Ilandodsafe them all well I start to Licking to guoss I will be back in a month then will give you all TilEdt HERALD you j posted So I will close hoping this will null you all well JS HARPER j Henry Pieratt bought all the I I picture frames the agent of tho I Chicago Portrait Co had loft over and is soIling them 50 per cent i i cheaper than tho agent cold thorn The number is limited and if you wantane youd better move in a hurry Uii they era gojug like hot cakes 5IMf In our account of the moat steal ing last week we did Mrs John IIheriin fret she of the whelnniledat least told about it was the iI lor of the late Weed Hall and of John Weed Hall W4yrrnA position in school or family jis desired bya lady graduate i experienced in teaching JugJ lish branchy music apd the lan guages Testimonials given Address stating terms Teacher Box 44 Warrentou N C 610 Miss Mary Brenneman enter tained quite a number of her young friends at her homo Tuesday even ing it being her 18th birthday Among the invited guests was Ora Swango who was also 18 on the samo djjjr WANTED An agent in every county in Eastern Kentucky to sell I White Sewing Machines Hust ling men are the only kind that ofIferI 424J4f ffn Mrs Ellen Pioratt whose home has been at Bughton Ill for quite a while arrived hero Friday to see her sons H F and J Mort Pie ratt and their families with whom she will visit indefinitely She is looking ip robust health nnJ1snys Jim Tom is also ip gooJ health albeit he is a little homesick the illness which caused her to return at this time and sho says Jim Toni has a baa pass pf Hazel Green foyer FOR SALEA scholarship in theI Commercial College of Kentucky University By early application at this office some young plan can save several dollars tf TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund money if it fail toI cure 25c The genuine has L B Qon each tablet BLUEGRASS NURSERIES bPRINGTl9Ol Fruit aid OnUBtiUi tt efy Shrubs Roses Grapes Small fruits As Rhubarb and everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Prices right lIirNO AGENTS EMPLOYED and rock bottom to the actual planter Catalogue on application to H F HILLENMEYER 1 LEXINGTON KY 4 PAPas Clean and Nlee foraaIeII OtDUIIJactc U per 1M J 0t ri 3 C rA KEEP COOL Ladies of Wolfe COuntYIff 2000 Pairs Boys Linen Pans 1 x I Worth 25 Cents a Pair at I II 11010 Ie iPtIft I 400 Mens Linen SuitsIFormer Price 400 attI 4iI II j f 1II 250 Beautiful Flannelette 1 Coats and Pants for Men atJJ J jl S rsI7 t i B nAn W rl o oootMOo t J I Take this opportun ity to iulbrm lilt pub- tic that they have engaged a t llo fseshner CI These Suits are full and Cut in the Ii Latest Styles Belt Straps and bran new goodstt LOUIS AND LEXINGTON GUS KY STRAUS IIi iJOIIi dAf BLACKSMITHSJM as4oooo0000oooooaooo L AGONAKERSJ ooeeooaeoowooooooeeeoeoeeoHAZEL professional mFY- ICIIOOE011e1ng Tsiloreel I PtMlumb1inPt I j i peuple who havo a humane feeling for the j dumb animal Ij We arc also prepared to do all kinds of vehicle building wagons buggies hacks io and do all kinds of repairing Chanrsi i j reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed in every instlllccISatjc ting your patronage we hope by J01l11 uoik anti fttri treatment to retain a fair sliiirc it it Kisi ectiaii VA VIItk 1 yII I I ulluilii Qfipnff o o Sale for Taxes j Ity virtue cut taxes hue the Sheriff f Wolfe rainy for years IUOO1KIl I willon Monday SepuVt IWl Ui hcin county court day between time hour of U uplbck a riu III i oclock p m at the court lion e Jopr in the town of Campion Ky exiioso to tpublic sate for cuts in haul the folio winy rent estate or so much thereof ax may be ncccs sary to satisfy the taxes and tots torch District NoAbout 150 acres listed in the name of Nannie K Cravens adjoining land ot John Kash for the years llHVlt01 Tax and cost 1583 District No 2Town lot in Daysboro lutes in name pi Al Itpul colored for year iflOl Ta tad cost iUIl District No 21 TrlIIlot in listed in nanrp of Harris JUggins colored for fear 1001 Tyx tad cost I55A T COMBS S W C By H V riJUATT V S August OWt LOUISVILLE TIN AND STOVE COMPANY Jobbers and Dealers in eiT YESJapaned andd Tinare1c dip JI Yf1 XY- I MENDELWEINSTOCK5C0 RATS627029 W MAIN STREET JOUJSVILLE KY StRatton Secured for iTadl1all uillQQ rcfunded Wdk- at once fOf tatalopue and petial wins Moutov Business Colleges LouU lll Ky Montgomery Ala Houston Tix Columbus Gt llehmondV Birmingham Ala Jacksonville Fit DR J FG W tECK Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY Solicits the patronage of the people of Hazel Green and vjciijity anti will answer professional calls day or nignt Obstttricks a specialty AN ORDINANCE To Cbuge BoiMtry Uno of JIQl Green On motion of J JJ Davis and seconded without dissenting vote the following line is to be roads the corporate limits of the town of Hazel Green viz Beginning at John Roses Sulphur Spring on present boundary line and running southeast with Ova Swangos line to the land originally owned by Frost Wood thence with Woods line and fence to top of bluff including his laud and to said Swangos line on State road thence crossing the road to II F Pieratt s line up the divide to the original town line This ordinance to bp published in the HAZB GBPKS HEBAIP iccorfliujr to law W H CORD Chairman C B Rosa Secretary GETI YOUR NOTBHKADSKnTeIope letterheads Catalogues Sale Bills dcprlnted at HERALD office Copies of thl found on fits at the office of oarWashington correspondent E O Bifgtn 918 F Street N W Washington D C H RTHE NE71ORK MONTHYYVORLD ITOALL NEW SUBSCRIBERS AND ALL OLD ONES WHO RENEW IN 30 DAYS FOR THE Hazel Green HeraldI i = i IIBy a Special Arrangement with tho Publishers of tho New York Monthly World wo can and will until September I 11901 r t boforeIC WOEL1Djl l efl It is copiously illustrated with pun drawings std lhalftone roprouuo eprpy tions of photographs Thu illustrations artisticpress making a y ofitsIuchssuoi elstories1 j i athiored together frontal over tho world tho results of scientific rasearch and interesting editorial reviews It contributorsday will bofunnyA feature each month will bo portrait of tho most fantod Hints or woman o pagefIn collecting and preparing for publication the literary art subjects for tIlt Munthly W jrld np espojtse ito of the mst attractive publications iitstjod from the great eyettYork IM furnishes ht6h class andI widclvvaricd many thousand readers tluoughout North Amorjq- nJFiSubscription subscribe 50 Cents a Year But FREE to before J only X100 d Th tndu trial Mutual D Do it CO OF LEXINGTON KYv S INCORPORATED The Pioneer and Leader in Weekly lInvestment Field iin Kentucky NEW AND APPRONED CONTRACT JUST ISSUED Pays 4Q per cents oer annum on All Money Invested Redeems all Contracts in 156 Weeks HAS PAID 00THREERESERVEUFUNDI tflTlt8 l atrong arp anionp Uie leading business mon and women in all tho different callings bf lifoto I JP Keeps its promises to the letter Run by meta of business standing and capacity Address 77 East Short Lexin ton Ky J H BAKER Secretary and Manager J FSADERCO 1 Established in 1885Ifi COMMISSION FOR THE SAlE OF GattI ANTSI and LAMBS Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI O Long pittance Telephone WEST 101 JlLiberal cash advances made upon consignment and salpt guaranteed p iTPftoMPT YEXECUTEDAT CHEAPLY DESCRIPTION AND 3 THIS OFFICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED INALL CASESrA 2 lr General1eil Y Pijr In and out there Is that feeling ot weakness that makes a bunksi of Itself Food does not strengthen Sleep does not refresh It Is hard to do hard to bear what should be cany vitality Is on the ebb and I the whole system suffers For this condition take r Hoods Sarsaparilla I i It vitalize the blood gives viper and tune to all the organs and functions and Iil positively unequalled for all rundown dfbilitalnl itHulItions orjj 110011 1ItLa cure eatuUp tl un rcu- ta THE HERALD j II J McLin is on a business trip j to Torrent this week W Hill of Robertson county the Swango spring for some I IJof stomach trouble i daughter of Mr and MrsII O W Cecil who leas been sick for fIimprovingIj I D L Phelps and daughter IatII tie of Frenchburg Wero pleasant jI guests of Rev II G Adams n few days last week 1 When you havo head ache orj neuralgia try Triphone Sold by SS Combs t Sons Campion and H F Iieratt Hazel Green tf Miss Eliza James who lifts boon in poor health for some time was compelled to take her bed a week ago and is now quito sick I tllOclwhoKrofula dyspepsia and rheumatism I llciiortsagrccthat HOODS CURES Leroy Boggs the teacher of Con solation school was taken sudden i lly ill with malaria fever Friday I ii afternoon and had to adjourn I I school I 1 1II i Judge Wheeler and daughter at- tendedJ tho Burning Spring Association at Canoy from Friday tillI ISunday and say that the best orj order l rOniIetlII i JohnstownPay i t Thet11sho was instantly relieved by One I Minute Cough Cure IIF PIERATT Rev Tadlockand son of Clinton l rile who havo been sojourning atIiI Swango spring for a fortnight or l such a matter returned homo i 5 Monday via Torrent onII In our notice last week of the i purchaso of a blue grass farm b Tom Graham the typos made th purchase price only 110 when iit should have road 14000 in fact i I Oscar Fallen on Monday sold his AIJI j purI J firmJi Wm II Cord will be able to preach Sunday morning and oven ing and everybody is invited to tattend both services Tho topics for his sermons are at 11 a in I The Body of Unmet and at S p m A Change of Heart in Con version Rev n B Biggerstaff the popu 5 lar mountain evangelist the big i gust hearted best man in the world eat aa happy ns a big sunflower 1lien has been one of tho boys and used to know how to turn n jack from the bottom of tho dock as well as any of the boys Reunion Notes in Lexington Loader orf Campton tho one who married A daughter of Little Caleb Kash of f trietlbeforeI a writ of lunacy and being found of unbound mind was ordered sent to the Eastern Asylum at Lexington When we said last week that H F Pieratt had had sawed 750000 of lumber we were 500000 foot too high which reminds us of a cer tain impromptu mooting aboard a T steamboat When someone start thousandetongues to sing my Redeemers 3 3raise another of tho crowd referring 4 to the key in which tho tune was pitched observed Thats too I high and a wag in the crowrfox claimed Stast it at 500- WANTEDA j bright p lito boy who can spell read andf write to 4 learn the printers tradof 12 to 16 years of ago Apply ay this office nN 4t SUNDAF SCHOOL CONVENTION TbeAunal Meeting at the SalesI Church September 12151901 The annual meeting of the West Liberty district will convene withI the Salem church in MorganI county on Thursday evening Sop tember 12th A good program will1 bo prepared and it is hoped muchi good may bo accomplished Muchi timo will be given to tho businessi of Christianity and not so much tto sermons On Thursday evening and Fri day the limo will especially be de votod to Sunday schoolwork Robt M Hopkins State Sunday Sehool Evangelist will have charge of this work Wo want every Christian church Sunday school within the district to be well represented and woos pecially invito all Sunday school worker of all churches to attend Wo want to awaken n deeper interest in Hiblo study and know of no better way to begin than through this annual meeting Remember the date Thursday Queuing September 12 WM H CORD Chr Aug 20 1001 For tho Sako of Fun Mischief Dune Iei A vat amount of mUchit U done too In can+ e pltl neclfct to keep their blood pure This niicliief fortunately Wrap IM undone by the faithful use of Hoods Sarsaparilla Hoods Pills cure liver Ills Non irrltatln t I The Wild Man of Borneo- A tramp spectacle peddlor stop ped at Sfbron Trimbles on Fri day and stayed there until Mon day during which time ho actedI in a crazy manner running in nut out of the house and claiming that some ono was trying to kill him To Mrs Trimble he sold he had once been a Catholic had loft the church renunced the faith an that he had been pursued with in tent to murder ever since On Monday morning Robt Brooks who had spent Sunday night as tho guestof Mr and Mrs Trimble was sitting at the table at break fast when this man got up and going over to him accused him of being The man who has caused all the trouble With this assertion he left the house carrying his valise and in the owen ing Deputy sheriff 1ioratt an Curtis Quicksall went to the river to arrest him When he got sight of them he broke and ran since which he has not been seenk Who is he and what is his troublet arojquestions which just now are iin the minds of our people DONT WAIT If you knew how SCOTTS EMULSION would build you weightestrengthen your weak throat sad lungs and put you in con dition for next winter you t would begin to take it now Send for tee sample and try IL SCOTT BOWNE Chemists oW 4094S harl Strrct Aew York a jocandficoaHdruRKUU i Enlarging Their Pluto Rose Wheeler are preparing to build an addition to their wag shopIgive them over 1X square feet of floor space Their constantly iin creasing business compels this ac lion as their present place 27x46 foot is altogether inadequate Thoho contemplated enlargement will put thom in possession of 3000 or moreI floor space and they will try and get along with this for a while at least By honest work and strict attention to business they ha made this addition necessary and their legion of friends hopo to 9 them enlarge and enlarge until they shall havo a metropolitan manufactory COUNTY tfEWS t o To insure insertion ALL corres- pondeuce must be in this office by Ionday night of each week and 1 that nearby on Monday morning Our correspondents are derelict in duty and we want to say that henceforth they 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 favors they put us to great inconvenience I SUNNY SIDE Tho recent rains are just ring uI ii tho nubbin crop in this section passedthroughbroad smile Mrs H Clay Lacy was visiting the family of N P Lacy Wednes day of last week Newton Swango of Charleston sectionSaturday Mrs Alonzo Jones is quite sick angleisdaughterMrs MenefeeIcounty from Friday till Monday Arbury Swango wife and little 1son Oliver and Mrs Josie Swango OneySunday froroheroyears ago i now back on a visit and gave this place a call Monday Citypassedroute to Hazel Green to do some shopping and of course called on Mrs F N Day The Rev Alvin Spencer of Mon herThursdayto attend tho Baptist association Saturday and Sunday the Gold ourlettorsleeping far from it There was sunshineMyyou preach and come to tho frog eachweek We enjoy your letters Miss Cordelia Brenneman of Hazel Green spent Saturday night Sundayr and goingtaken by a shower of rain Shell ering ourselves under a tree till iit was over we then pursued our course After riding aome thte or four miles we returned mac benefited by our exercise Come again Corda we ate always glad to havo you with us i I Aug 19 SostESnanEArl- DAYSBOAO DOINGS Mrs Carrie Amyx went to Haze- Green Monday Daysboro Mondayd gOlotoLuther Swango of Maytown iis visiting friends and relatives ini Daysboro Born to the wife of Will Ed wards Sunday a boy4of ooqrse a democrat Bill Alexander Clara Nickell1 Mollie Little gave us ft pleasont cull Sunday Mrs Ida Long of Grassy has been visiting her uncle J W Taul placedof Torrent is visit ing his fatherinlaw Nowt Town send of this nlqoe Logan Shockey and Grover Sebastian went to Johnson Friday and returned Sunday DaysborSundayGillmore Lookout tbabyn Mrs Jane Long has returned from a protraced visit with friends and relatives at Mt Sterling and LexingtonMiss Taulbeo came homo from her school Friday Sho re ports a flue time at the institute atJacksonMiss Brenneman one of- our favorite friends was out this way buggy riding Sunday She called to see us but sorry to say we was gone Miss Lula Evans one of HazelI Greens smiling beauties accompanied by a Mr Howertou passed through hero Sunday en route to Pinhook oItRev J M Little of Gillmore was called to the bedside of his brother J C Little of Jackson Tho message said he is very lowj not expected to live J W Taulbe when he returned to his school from the institute found he was minus two scholars 1 W P Taulbee and Dorai Terrill joined in the holy bonds matrimony Aug tMwp MUtLKR GILLMORE vebliss Ida Haddix has been quite sick for a few days etJ H Cecil was the guest of Lee Fallen Sunday night PorkinsLpassed down Gillmore Friday Mrs J H Wallen of Jackson is uFUhvnS1 1 le n spent Wednesday night at Harry Littles Miss Lula Taulbee passed down hero Friday evening on her way home from school Johnny Kash and wifo of Red River were visiting friends on Gill1 moro Thursday night Mrs Nannie Haddix who has been confined to her room for some time with fever is said to be some betterH C Lacy sold his farm Gillmore to Geo Courtney of Pike ville for 500 Mr Courtney wi begin building in two weeks Clara Havens Mort Wilson Sid ney Bishop and Taylor Havens of Grassy attended an apple cutting at Curtis Wilsons Monday night Albert Hatfield of Carrington who has been visiting friends around here for some time has re turned home much to the regret of his many friends he made while visiting in our midst Aug 19 BABY r LEE CITY Maggie Walters is visiting her sister of this place Porter Lawson of Paxton was in our town last Saturday- K M Rose is clerking for JTaylor Day Co at this place who has a large stock of goods C B Allen bought a fins pair of mules last week from C W Roso who received 200 for them S HNickell who is teaching in 1 plncvMassedst on way home Miss Haney RGsoRccompanied by 1 1 placelastttion at Pinhook Riley Patrick and wife accompanied with John H Patrick and wife loft Wednesday for Olive Hill Carter county to visit friends and relativesIj provedtotthis part of the county and it is tthis That it has improved horse flesh fifty per cent Itmostti tothe1rcrope Tho rain privilegotowhich burns it up If you should ask me what would please you best I would answer send the editor one dollar I guess and thou you might wend or what you would receive but it would bo the dear old 1HERALD I Ibelieve Still that is not all you Ihf Aug 19 RED JACKET STILLWATER SPARKLES Success to THE HKRALIX We are glad to see tho corre spondents doing their duty 1Kelly the little son of uncle Jell Rose is on tho sick list Crops are looking some better in this part now since tho rant be gan Hurrah for Nathan Holloa the girls of Stillwator are mostly in your favor Miss Rosa Houndsholl who has heap sick for several weeks is said to be some better Miss Laura Bowman is still with 1us but has shed many tears Sho says she wants to go back to her dear old mother J W Taylor the democratic nominee for magistrate of this district attended tho meeting at the Hurst school lianas Sunday Your writer visited the school of Elisba Rose Friday and was very much surprised to see the way the school was being carried on Nearly all the pupils had nice recita tions and delivered thorn in good order and there was a good crowd ofvisitors in attendance Aug 19 C1tAU APPLE MORGAN COUNTY MAYTOWN MISSIVES Miss Nannie Day is attending the camp meeting at Mariba this weekJohn spentSundayfamily Noah Lyons is attending court at Mt Sterling this week and will take in the street fair at that place Misses Maud Blackwell and Artie Dye attended Sunday schoolat Ward school house hero Sunday evening Mrs Rebacca Richie was called to tho bedside of her sister Mrs Jess Swango Sunday who is dang erously ill aye not ejected to live Harlan Nickoll and wife of Days boro passed though hero Sunday on 1their way home from Wyoming They have boon visiting Mr Nick thereofMrs Sarah WiUs and brother Willie ChUders leftTuesday morn ing for Mt Sterling where they expect to attend street fair and carnival at that place this week Misses Olirol Gillmore of Illinois and Lula Hurst of Stillwater wore the pleasant guests of RA Child ers and family from Wednesday until Saturday While they were here yo scribe had the pleasure of going around with thorn On the that day I took them to tbo homo of Miss tyqud Blackwell whore we took dinner and in the after noon we all wont to the home of John Oakley and had a pleasant time and then came homo and spent tho night at Jas Childers and the next day wo went to Val eria to visit Henry Murphy and family and Arch Childer and fam 1ily Then cams back home that night and took supper at the home of John Childors Tho girls loft for their homes next day Aug 19 MILDRED MIZE MITES onMrs Julia Jackson is visiting in Magoffin llJesse Fugate left Friday for his homo in Illinois Died of fever the 15th inst Rebecca daugtiter of Stanton Hale rocentlydoceased E H Oldfield purchased a horse of Adolpus Gibbs last week for 180 cash Three of Riloy Campbells fami ly on Phils branch are very low with fever Aug 19 FINNEY b y TRY YOUR LUCK Copyrighted by Press Publishing Association I 1115000INCASHTo Be Given Awou 1 inCashtof Ohio Massachusetts and lowavcast for Governor November 5th 1901 I 2000000aOHIOI I I troit 1 ceive a certmctue wnicii W111 entitle mm to the the 5 price of you get the 1 1 I you send in your send your I I Be your name address and estimate as As soon we receive your we will send you a of the your which will insure any 1prize your may as sends the Club raisers will receive a for each V To aid in their we furnish the The combined Official Vole in these three States ia- ISJl wal153i4U31S92 1JS4120 increase ISG percent 1893 16422 decrease 404 1894 1533887 510 1895 l57G4r increase 277 1896 92 ilSIf 2222 1897If 1572109 decrease 1840 ISJS 1552540 225II 1899 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Popular Science Amateur Photography I = y w All the Comforts of Home The Family Lawyer Department of Health The fEditors Half Holiday The Quiz Club piles question department The Old Cur loalty Steep Sport Games and Pastimes Horn Study The Coming Generation The Pint Thousand and What to Do 0 With It practical success deputmeatr Tb Story of the World When tits Days fWork la Dose SUHto CHT tor MM JUktaf address GOOD TIMES Cfthuafctu OJItac IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIho above magazine free for 6 monthsto new Herald subscribers gt iiuPiIjiati Jilhil lft lIIIlt rl t i 1t uk s= x- r t i y 4 C c 1 Ii1t h 1 t t J THE LITTLE LADY HER BOOK By Albert Bigelow Paine Author ofline Hollow TreeliThe i Deep Woods etc t i Pictures by Mable L Murphy 1 Louise L Houstis and others 12mo cloth ornamontnl illustra t 100t II There is a whole year of happi ness in The Little Lady Her I 1 Book It is all about the Little II fl offlj Many Windows and it has in it all t the good stories and good times r 11thati I11 IILittleIII e I did and said and how at last she I started to school with another little boy named Willie and what happened then kf Mn Paine has written much that t has given pleasure to a host of young people but nothing that has given more pleasure than will The t Little LadyHer Book He is a born i creaition of his fancy contains an aqua tioli ofreality clothed in apt and dainty expression lIe has the power of making a scene live be fore you in half a dozen sentences and scattered through the book r arJ exquisite bits such as this I from In the Moonlight FieldsI 1 1gYou h thexmulleu patch and then i j j j the rail fence A Little climbIj you could squeeze through quite I low down where there is a crook i ed rail that makes a wide opening Theta after you get past the j in the fencecorner you see a path I but mustnt take it You must T crossj the path and then there is a little plowed place with some old jj t f apple trees and along the edge there is milkweedtwo kinds e J thJ1 t canIIand there is a little pond with th j jII moon in it and two stars Why the Littlesays Lady f fthats just the place where we playedwar just zackly And so the story goes on page after page and whether it be the t stories that the Big Man tells or songs he sings to the Little Lady their excursions to the beach or j I toII the Far Land of Trees and I F or the Little Ladys FieldsII there is a fascination in itPall from which the reader cannot escape be he child or adult De- lightfulI touches of humor flashI forth hero and there and give an addedcharm to the book The illustrations clearly and beautii r fully interpret the authors meanI I thIe j charming Little Lady the sym w pathetic Big Man and the Little Woman all of whom if mistake not are drawn from life t CompanyPhiladelphia I what a Tale it Tells If that mirror of yours shows a wretchedsallow complexion a andblotchestrouble but Dr Kings New Life l thbloode rosy richcompletion Only 25c GreenSCampton I I drug stores RespitedHolly n pahithe penalty on the gallows la t Friday at Lawrenceburg has beenII granted respite for 30 days To a he yfriendsI will never hang if the trut could be known He still retains the utmost indifference as to his fate and is very confident that his sentence will be commuted 00 Buck I sayswas LittleEarlyen tIHFPIEBATT r rayLouisville for three years working to arrange a fitting welcome and entertainment pf four days for the White Plumed Army of Americawhich will march 13 I of weekhisspent inrprovidingII a program of a tII tions for the visitors who are ex pected to number at least 150000 rKnighte Templar and all i fEruptions cuts barns s old and sores of all kinds quickl healI alvAe counterfeits Bee sure yo get rigiita1 DeWitts HF 1 l k One of Our Boys in Oklahoma CHANDLER O T Aug 12 1901 MR EDITOR Please find space in the columns of your paper for this I left Kentucky May 28 and have been in Eastern Oklahoma ever since I will return to Kentucky this winterand school again I was at the opening of the Kiowa and Camanch lands thereFwere only 13371 claims of I acres each and for those few farms there wore 158000 men and women registered The land is opened and 1 t jtheir15000Iwere landof course people of all de Poor people had im iigrated there in wagons from miles iaway They are the ones who ought to havo had the land Every body was satisfied with the open i ing It is a fine country and iis worth seeing I am sincerely yours SAM II WILSON To Save Her Child From MrseNannie Galleger of La Grange Gn applied Hucklons Arnica Salvo to great sores on her head and face writes its quick cure exceeded1 land her hopes It works wonders i sores bruises skin eruptions cuts burns scalds and piles 25c Cure guaranteed by J Taylor Day CombsIs Razorbacki Dr IF A Stine John E Waterhouse 9Dr Marxmiller and other promi ueut citizens of Newport Kywho are camping at Greeubrier W Va were given a scare the other day t A fierce looking animal which hadl been crippled by a shot from one of the party rushed through the camp overturning chairs tables andother camp paraphernalia The campers scrambled in all direc tions only to be given a laugh a few seconds later when tine wild beast was recognized as a razorback hog James White Bryautsville hid isays DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve legsHefailed to help him Get DeWitts Accept no imitationsII PIEltt1fiAn Obliging Farmer Just outside the city of Owens boro Ky the other night a white man and a negro asked Henry Taylor a farmer to change a bill He started to get his wallet when they pulled him from his horse and secured 122 The negro is iin jail and a posse had a cornfield surrounded where the white man was in hiding P T Thomas Sumterville Ala dyspepsiacoowhen I commenced taking Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I took several bottles and can digest anything Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure is the only preparation containing all the natural digestive fluids It gives weak stomachs entire rest restor ing natural condition H F PIERATT Changed the Date Chairman Shackleford of the hasatmeetoring from August 15 to August 20 because so many of the county committees of both parties have failed in the required list of five names from which the county elec sost lected If the action of your bowels is not easy and regular serious complications must be the final result willhremove danger pleasant PIERATTiAll For Only 100tFor 100 cash in advance you get TilE HERALD fora 12 months Worldn a 32page magazine for 10 monthsI Good Times a department maga zine of 16 pages for six months and a gases on the vote of governor in Ohio Massachusetts and IowaII which may bring you 5000 You I have anyhow 098 chances of getsI ting your money back There are 200 prizes of 2 200 of 1 180 of 160 of 4142 of 5 35 of 10 10 of 15 each beside 10 prizes ranging from 25 to 5000 Surely you ought to guess close enough- to catch somethingJWANTED Trustworthy men and KOgu to travel and advertise for old established house ofsolid finan yearINo canvassing required Give refer 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is shipping in Our stock is so much larger and bought in such large quantities that we can undersell any house iiu Eastern Kentucky Try us and you will be convinced that we un derbuy because you will know we undersell HUCHES CHILL TONIC PALATABLE Better than Calomelanil Quinine Coutrins no Arsenic THE OLD RELIABLE EK ELLEKT lOKIAs aa a Sure Cure for Chilli and Foyer Swamp Fevers and Fevers what you this iTXEVKKFAira Mild Laxative Nervous Sedative Splendid Tonic Guaranteed Try I out take nny substitute Druggists 5oc and 1 Bottleun SUCCKSSWOIITH Forty years success KSOWLiOIproves Hughes Tonic edy for ChUI droll A Farm tbrr si I will my farm of 169 ACRES Consisting of about 80 acres of cleared grassandthe Good Fraae Dwelling House of four rooms ana a good drilled well if never failing water and outhouses cribs andstables also two tenant houses There is a Vein of the BEST COAL from which several thousand bushels are soldeach year The farm is one and one goodbargainon or writing to WM H 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using one bottle the Asthma has disappeared and she is entirely free from all symptoms I feel that I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who are alluded with this distressing disease Yours respectfully O D PHELPS M D 0Dn TAFT BROS MEW Co February 5 1901 Gentlemen I was troubled with Asthma for 2 i years I have tried numerou- remedies but they have all failed 1ran across your advertisement and starte with n trial bottle I found relief at once I have since purchased your fullsize bottle and I am ever grateful I have family of four children and for six everydayHome address 235 Itivington street S RAPHAEL C7 East 129th street New York City VjpJUiJt Bottle H cnt Absolutely Kee en Receipt oj PostalDo not delay Write at once addressing DR TAFT BRO MEDICINE COMPANY 79 East 180th Street New York City SOLD BtitlTiZr nnVGGISWS State College of Kentucky aar The Agricultural and Mechanical State College of Kentucky offers the following courses of study viz Agricultural Horticultural 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President Or to Prof D C FRAZEE Business Manager Lexington Ky HTFall Term begins September 10th 1901 W R CRAWFORD CO Live Stock Commission MerchantsFOR THE SALE OF Cattle Hogs Sheep Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI 0 ALSPBourbon Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY ConsignmentsolicitedG r M it IIREGAIN YOUR HEALTH WITH IOIU DlIIIIIlOOOUU1 IIf1 OOOIiIUIOH99 OOIlIIIIIIDiIIOOC 001O OBEII oMol U ou o 0 000 UOOO I 001 NATURES DOCTOR FOR MVNKIND W i444 liT CURESJ Rheumatism DiptheriaLa Brights Disease Blood Poisoning 7 Kidney Liver and Stomach Troubles Female Complaint Catarrh and Ceneral Debility mf I IT CURES WHEN ALL ELSE FAILS I ROAD THE TESTIMONY OF TWO WELL WOLFEd Kyypurchased some Vitro Ore of you in the latter part of Marchand 1 after taking about a half pint of the to Vite Ore Elixer my nerves were as steady as when I was 1C years of age and I am now past 75 For more than a year I had been trying all the patent medicines and nostrums I could hear of to build myself up but nothing did me any good until I used Vita Ore which my wife brought me from your house After using it a week I went out and did three days as hard work as I have done in 25 years and I was not more fatigued than I was 25 years ago over the same work It is the grandest medicine jn the world and I want everybody in the mountains to know what it did for me so they may try it Hoping every one who has that tired feeling incident to old age will buy VitasOre of you and give it a fair trial I remain thankfully yours for putting me on to this remedy JAMES LACY I can vouch for every word Mr Lacy says in the above I am his wife and Bought the medicine of Mr Cooper for him though I did not have much faith in it because we had tried ra many things that did no good I have also used Vitas Ore and am stronger and in better health than for years which I attribute to its use pms SOUTHEY LACY Lacy Creek Ky June 1 1901 1tte TViln Ore is I a package which makes 1 quart of Elixer Dose One teaspoonful in glass of water Mailed to any address on receipt of price Addresstt SPENCER COOPER HAZEL GREEN KY f 1f