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I IoIlj f I t 1500000I11- i I iii 3oeo OOHOOU lOCI 000001 O OIe ttGOu rr + DIRECTORY + CIKCtIT COUHT Third Monday in January Fourth Monday in April and Third Monday in Soptomlierlvn B HJnwt F Jude A IK nnIlummonwlalthIAllorneyI J T C 0 HANK Titstet Jury Fund Y 0 COUNTY COURT First Monday in each month G T GIXTFII Judge W S TLTT Clerk A T COMIW Sheriff n STAMITU County Attorney W Coins Jailerj jG W Cnrrrir SAILUY Surveyor Assessor FKAXK AMIIX Curone- r11AGI3ritr1TFs I 0 COUNTS TlMK j OF HUIMXO ANI OlFICIAIA FIRST DI TIIITEiit iIoiwEll Msjistrate Xo time set for holding i court jjSFfOStI DISTRICT JOHN O IRosy Jr Magistrate s N XOUMAX ConI Court days First Thursday in 1 1stnbl May August and November 1tsrricrr1V 15 DITF Mug iistrate HUSKY C CuUmu Constable Court days second Friday in February May August and November FotKTir 1IbT1TIL K Lnn 1 Magistrate WM SfrEXCEK unstable t Court days First Friday in March September and 1ecrialkrii iJuneI FIFTH k SJxTnT N CHAMKEI Magistrate in both districts DAVID Constable Court ilayi Third in February May August and IIHASK Tn roiiTKi DISTRICT CLAtaCoustable B F HOLts J days First Saturday in March i June September and December i Eioiint DISTRICT GEOKWE OIJVER Magistrate No constable and no set1 i i courti j Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Tablo in Effect June 30 1901 EAST TJ OUN D o STATIONS l ailj ex No i I Ju ay =aitl i IM rolLye j TjTinztou 2 25 pm 7 10 snr- Winchester 3 10 pratS Jfi aw jKJuucri S 22 pin 3 7 1111 Clay CityI 3 5t puj 9 IS am tmton1i 4 Wj pal 9 i3 am KatlSridset 4 35 pmj t 5tt am Torn ut ijjt IJ 11111 min am I Kcutyvc Jri 5 11 i ui lO 2t am j JackronI I ft 15 TIE 11 30 aunt j WEST BOUND No 1 I STATIOSSDailYUI I Sunday SoIj Jackson G 25 nm 2 52 ptu- Beattyve Jed 7 IO nm 13 1W pui I Torrent 7 47 am 3 17 pm Sat Bridge 8 01 am 4I 01 pm Stanton 8 2S am 10 pra t Clay City S 37am 4 W pm i putiI I ImIJ U BAHUGenl Manager l CH AS SCOTT Gen Pass Agent T It MORGAN S P A j j LOUISVILLEj TIN AMD STOVE COMPANY I SrcVS1Japaned and Tinwarelc l L01FIS vJxdxj1i Xw DILLER 4 BENNETT i WHOLESALE 1nr IllalltlTt The Largest Exclusive 527 W Main St Wholesale Furniture Dealer in the South LOUISVIlle Kj OILiJ H 1 Manufacturers and Jobbers o- ftlti CLOTHINCiI I 007 W MAIN STREETLOUISVILLE t r KY t REH BEVERSON CO WHIiljytili S4llilllj 508512 W MAIN STREET i LOUISVILLE KY CAVEATS TRADE MARKS COPYRICHTS AND OESICNS I Send yonrbnatneas direct to WUh1DItoD cave time eON lose better ervtee TElaI r 11mtnretlvptalYmYE t1Q- E Er Lib of C now Ii Co E G SIGGERS 918 FTOTON N D VY- WAENI C 1 THE HERALDEstablished I Story han and His Continent by Max ORell I SEVENTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 29 1901 NUMBER 8 I IOWIlr SIKNCKK COOlJoRThI Oldestt Mostt PopularI Mostt WldelelanI I t d d t t d t ky t Atwn IKK o In YEAR AdYI1Dee Written for TILE HERALD i WORKIBy Jjidv Cook nee Tenneuoe C Claflin of Ilichmondl Surrey England It shows the occasional porver sity of social sentiment that tho state of least value should often be most esteemed that labor should bo scorned and affluent idleness held in honor Thus the general ambition of those engaged in work of any kind and especially in manual work is to escape from it to gather riches and retire for with u largo class a gentleman is not as in old times a man gentle of birth or gontlo manners but simply ono who can live without work Wo have grown so sordid that wealth overshadows nIl With tho multitude virtue valor learn lug and abilities obtain loss esteem than riches And oven w hon a stream of titles flows from the royal fountain of dignities those i aro almost solely bestowed upon the very wealthy If to preserve an appearance of impartiality a titan celebrated for worth or genius here and there receives one it is only some scrappy thing tho slight unpurIdonuhlo sions for distinguished scientists inventors poets artists or men of letter to put themselves on a par with plutocrats though the latter may be destitute of everything but money But all these distinctions in favor of wealth aro unwise un just and therefore immoral j are calculated to discourage and de moralize tho workers and must eventually fail to confer any honor upon tluir recipients as soon as highspirited men refuse them on principleIntelligent and responsible work is the privilege and glory ofman It is true in a sense that other an imals work and some of them in communities with regular andor derly division of labor j but even so their efforts are instinctive and invariably alike from age to age without progress and without dote rioration Man however can adapt his work to all circumstances ana to all needs He has arrived from the flint file to the circular saw from the stone javelin to the Arm strong gun from the jade hammer to the giant Xosrayth and from fig leaves shotsilks He burrows in to the bowels of the earth and robs it of its treasures explores the bed jof the sea and mounts aloft in midair beyond the eagles highest flight Ho has measurod and weigh ed the planets and put the earth in a balance j has mapped out tho universe and determined the corn i poneuts of the stars Vast and innumerable have lbeen his achieve ments over the blind forces of mat ter dissolving combining blend ing and transposing and subduing all to his service forming new sub stances discovering new materials j and at tho same time multiplying and gratifying human wants plea sures and conveniences All this has been the result of work Brains and hands havo united for its production The quickest brains I and deftest hands havo led the way and tho others have followed in tho roar What we are and havo i today form the resultant of tho combined forces of mind and mus clo during all the past existence of humanity I All honor then to work and to tho workers whether their part bo high or low j whether theirs are the i master minds that plan or tho pa Il tient hands that execute What j ever their degree each is essential to the others and they to each an Menenius Agrippa showed tho discontented Romans long ago in his fable of the Belly and the Members No proporly informed per son could ever suppose it more do sirable to idle than to work or that any man of worth could ever be a donothing Tho drones of our I anythingII ecs may bo beggars or peers but they have no moral right to dwell amongst an industrial community As a rule they aro tho pests of society high and lowits roues gam biers profligates and debauchers j j the disciples and apostles of sensuality Those marvelous insects tho honey beos give a perpetual series of object lessons in tho prop or treatment of drones Their remedy may bo sharp but it is very effectual Idleness is tho mother of mischief andaman or woman with out an occupation of some sort is on the highroad to moral ruin if not to financial Idleness has been the bane of women of tho wealthy classes in tho past and has serious ly retarded female progress nut a now era has dawned for the sex j and it will devolve upon the enlightened jj monitors of all classes I to load the way for a thorough and gratifying comparatively small minorityi i Many of our hardest workers uro men of rank and wealth Our na tional sports are robust and indi cate a manly hnrdy race and English gentlemen are not afraid to soil their hands either at play I or work The star oftotfominnto dandyism is 110 longer in tho as cendant and tho tribe of Popes Sportis becomes annually smal ler How savagely tho poet hishod this dainty Lord FannySporu- ms that mere white curd of assH milkAmphibious i partTheFuji at the toilet flatterer at the board Now trips a Lady and now struts a Lord Kvei tempter thus the Kahbint have eiprost A cherubs face a reptile all the rest Beauty that shock you parts that none will trust Wits that can creep and pride that licks the dust The moral and material bless ings arising from work are not the only advantages it offers Wo are too apt to think of these alone to contrast our oceanliners with tho frail coracles not yet extinct and our complicated net work of roads and canals and magnificent bridges with tho once trackless forests and impassablo rivers now traversediueverydirection Health is not tho leastofour benefits and nothing contributes more to this than a regular occupation Not the work that overstrains nor the In Stadium for 12000 space all the Here livo be for slavery of tho sweater nor the feverish haste flurries j but calm solid steady labour fairly and relieved rational diver sion is the golden recipe for tho liens sana in corporo sano The poet Cotton said such Why is our food very sweet 1 Because we earn before we eat are our wants very few T Because wo Natures calls pursue Whence our complacency of mind r Because we act our parts assigned Work whets tho appetite for pleasure as well as for Work gives zest to Work bestowed invests every with increased interest We valuo tho moro that which wo produce with our own hands The fairest flowers are fairer for having been grown by our own skill Thus in thousand ways work its turn becomes pleasure and the in dustrious joys the idle can never then as well as duty urges us work Necessity and selflove may stimulate us to it but in Na ture sets us exam ple and unflag ging industry None should be without his the great of labour and women should be to as fully and freely as The of either sex howovor may serve liko the drunken Helots for tho Spartan point moral and adorn tale But treat them as superior and to dub them ladies and r f1itrT gentlemen on account of their uselessnoss is an outrage iothei industrious and disparagement of mans highest function rork iI j Beware of Ointments for Ca arch that Contain IMercury As mercury will suroly destr y the sense of smell and de range the whole system who en surIfacesI from reputablo physicians as damage they will do is ton fold to the good you can possibly d rio from them Halls Catarrh 3ure F J Cher ey it Co Toledo 0 contains no in rcu tiugdirectlycous surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh bt sure you get tho genuine It is taken internally and mado 1 by If J festimoniald IJallsFamily In Search New Pastures This just to hand from A Reader in Southwost Georgia thought to say to you that plowin in summer is hot work have jest bout decided to quit an take to bein n or School Teacher or Somethiii think I could write ono o them New History Novels if sot my mind to it as once studied history two weeks an K half Au onco writ point which was rend j aloud at horserace by a roam who could outjump anybody in tpwn and kuowed what poitry was Tell me what you think my fetilo an tell me at oncefor Ive ilono quit plowin Cincinnati Homo Courier Large picture frames 10x20 for S5f to 125 j sold by others for 250 to 300 Small fronds in endless variety Large mantle mirrors French bevel glass for 825 worth 500 j 100 mirrors for GOt Family bible for 125 worth 300 Other valuable arti cles at reduced prices am closing to quit tho business at this place Como at onco or you will get loft J T GEVKDOX Hazel Green Ky McNabb Property STADIUM PANAMERICAN EXPOSITION tho will be seats people It contains a quartermile racing track and ample for popular athletic games also will be the displays of stock automobilos and other road vehicles farm and road machinery in motion The largo space beneath the seats will used exhibits that welldigested remunerated wisely by This of so Why so food a enjoyment possession a in a experience that know Happiness to God a neverfailing of disinterested share in brotherhood permitted participate men donothinga youthlito a a to citizens a complete tho manufactured by Cure of I such I Author a I I I I a a bout I out Base Ingratitude Dear mo I exclaimed the lady who had become addicted to the slumming habit I wonder if thorn is no way in which we can mako these poor people happier Yes said time woman of the house as she straighted up beside her tub and rubbed the soapsuds from her hands you could help matters a great deal by knocking at the door before you come in anti snoop aroundChicago Record Herald Dont bo satisfied with tempo rary relief from indigestion Kodol Dyspepsia Cure permanently nud- completelyremovos this complaint It relieves permanently because it allows tho tired stomach perfect rest Dieting wont rest tho stom ach Nature receives supplies from tho food we eat The sensible way to help tho stomach is to use Kodol Dyspepsia Cure which digests what you eat and cant help but do you good H F PfEKATT Murder inLetcher Anothor murder has been added I to the criminal record of Lotchur county Ky On tho 20th inst at Elkhoru creek the sceno of time moonshiners battle of last Janu ary Ben Mullins aged 24 went to the homo of Elbort Mullins his cousin and after calling him to the roadside and quarreling over a settlement of a twodollar debt shot him dead Mullins was arrested For 100 you get THE HERALD and a guess for tho 5000 prize I fn I i iThe I Future of Our Academyi Now that the ational Christian I Womans Hoard of Missions has been put in possession of the deed I to tho property for the new ncndII contrncItorj O Mize received a letter from Mrs Ellon Moses secretary of tho board I in which site thanks tho good people for their liberal donation and I assures them of its appreciation She also says that the national C W B M has accepted the plans as promulgated by tho Kentucky board and thinks operations on tho buildings will soon begin They will spend on tho proposed plant not less than 10000 and in all probability 20000 within tho next two years and during the conItractorHfor labor lumber etc motHYI I great benefits to accrue to Green and a vido scopo of country contiguous is absolutely inestima ble bccatibo the end is not nor can be possibly foretold The present generation will begin to reap the good this school will do but thero are yet unborn generations that must bebenulittud by the building of those school rooms Already this school with cramped accom modations has done a wonderful good in this country mud especially under tho present manage meet lint with increased facilities and an inerttied faculty it is des tined to do far more than ever and each decade if not each succeed meIftllnsmij i indefatigable worker for tho up building of this school and he has had tie ambition to succeed against innumerable obstacles so that his friends are proud that ho is to re ceive his reward in Icing retained at its head Time writer some years since used tho expression The cheapest nUll best school in East ern Kentucky to make up a seeded lino in a display advertisement It was taken up at once and has sinco been used as a kind of trade mark It is all the sentenco claims as is evidenced by the yearly in creaso of matriculates and wo look forward to the time when it will bo not alone the cheapest and best school in Eastern Ken tucky but bo known for and wide as among the best in the south and as good as any in Ken tucky So moto it ho Astounded the Editor Editor L A Brown of Bennotts ville S C was onco immensely surprised Through long suffering from dyspepsia he writes my wife was greatly run down She had no strength or vigor and suffered great distress from her stomach but she tried Electric Bitters which helped her at once and after using four bottles she is entirely well can eat anything Its a grand tonic and its gentle laxative qualities are splendid for torpid liver For indigestion loss of appetite stomach and liver troubles its a positive guaranteed cure Only 50c at J Taylor Day Hazel Green or S S Combs it Son Campton drug stores The New Reporter Again II Always said the astute city editor to tho new reporter Al ways bo on the lookout for any littlo touch of humor that may brighten up our columns That evening time now reporter turned in a story about a robbery burglary in a butcher shop which commencedMr Cleaver the well known butcher is losing flesh these days Baltimore American THE HEUAID for 12 mqnths and 5000 for 100 is a great big bargain awaiting the man who can figure tho total vote of Ohio Mas sachusetts and Iowa See Try Your Luck on last page for par ticulars A FoxBreeding FarmA move is on foot among tho fox hunters of the United States to establish a permanent hunting ground near Estill Springs in Es till county A tract of land on which there is a forest will bo purchased and a high fence will be built around it In this inclos uro roynard will bo bred for the purpose of the chase Kennels booth houses stables and other necessary buildings will be erected w rs a I FOLLY IN FAIRYLAND By Carolyn Wells Author of Story of Betty The Jingle Boot The MerrygoRouni Pictures by Wallace Morgan 112mo cloth ornamental illustrated 1110i The clever ingenuity of Carolyn Wells was never bettor evidenced in her work than in her latest juvenile venture t Folly in Fairy landIf a little girl or boy who loves fairies and what child doesnt wants to go to Fairyland and find out how they live there what their houses are like and what they do to amuse themselves just read i this book and be transported into tho very heart of Fairyland itself Folly whose full name was Flor inda went there and her adventures are graphically told Unlike Alice in Wonderland site didnt meet queer unusal creatures but she visited dear old Aladdin Cin derolla and the Queen of Hearts in their palaces and piloted by Puss in Boots traveled over the whole realm and became well uc i quuut dwith tho heroes and I heroines of Fairyland in their own honks Ton of course she called on the Three Boars in their woodland j home and also interviewed The Old Women Who Lived in Shoo l And youd never guess if you werent told that a beautiful prin cess who was called Scary for short was really Scheherazade and she i told some of her own marvellous stories for Follys benefit wOnderjfillj Folly could listen whenever chose and lots of other heII things never even hoardof outside i of Fairyland Tho Popular Popin jays were a most amusing people I tumid their funny experiences would thomsoheslnutI SleepingIBeautinthoW II the very nicest and Folly never for got the queer sensation of i ing through a palace warderII body was asleep and had been Andjwhatpected t Folly also went to sea in the l I bowlof tho Throe Wise Mon Gotham and in short every ofII known personage of nursery lore I eagerly helped to make her trip a success And this delightful matter told original J interIIsporsiousI j rhymes goes to make up jinglyII ost jolliest childs book of the soaIIII eonhenry Al tennis Company Ijl i j PhiladelphiaI I The Secret is OutIj i All Sadievillo Ky was curious to learn tho cause of the vast improvement t in tho health of MrsjI S P Whittoker who had for a long time endured untold suffer jiII ing from a chronic bronchial trouble I Its all tine to Dr Kings New Discovery writes her husII band It completoly cured her andIj also cured our littlo grandaughtor i ofas everattack of whooping cough j It positively couros coughs colds I la grippe bronchitis all j luwg troubles throatnucll I 50c and 100 Trial J Taylor Day Hazel Green and I j S S Combs S Sons Campton j Mug storosjI j While hunting in Martin coun ty Ky Girard Mills aged 15 was attacked by a wildcat and for an hour fought the animal finally killing it- WtsrEnTrustworthy neon and women to travel and advertiso for I ostablishodhousoof solid finan cial standing Salary 780 a year and expenses all payable in cash No canvassing required Give refer ences and enclose selfaddressed stamped envelope Address Mana ger 855 Caxton Bldg Chicago tf If the action of your bowels is comIplicationsDoWitts Little Early Risers will remove the danger Safe pleasant and effective H F PIERATT Officer RD Hudson of Cooburu Va was shot and killed by Mor gan McCarty aged 10 for a fancied trong r 1500000INi l 3 SEE PAGE j+ KHANrI have botn selling perfumes for the past- six months I snake them ugrehrt hums suit veil to friends suit neighbors Have made 710 Every one tiny R bottle For 50 cents worth of material I make Perfume storesI hut the curiosity of friend as to where i procured suet exquiiite odor1lrolUptetl me to weekIme for the perfumes Any intelligent per son can do as well as I do For fJxents in stamps I will Rend you the formula tor male ink all kinds of perfumes and a sample lotl tie prepaid I will also help you tiel started in busiiifM MAIITHA FRANCIS II South VamleventerAvenueStIouisMo rl WM H hASH 00tflU07neyatLL1v HAZEL GREEN KYi Y Will practice in rourts of Wolfe and adJoiniiig counties Collections n specialty H G ROBINSON BEATTYVILLE KY General nlosxnnn for R M HUGHES CO LOUISVILLE KY ManniacturtT ct Hi hGrade ViJlcgtlr J a alcrpSolicits orders font thn merchants of the mountains anti annuities satikfaetion A mail order will receive prompt attention aijIeg5OOO m OO- j El1UYITItGa I oFxF1RArxrtr SOLE DEALER HAZEL GREEN KY DAY HOUSElit GREEN KY iHAZEr B GRAHAM rjtomiETOR IN house line recently been refurnished t and renovated and under the present tour agement will continue tot maiatiiiii the high reputation heretofore accorded it for homelike comforts and its culinary department countrwIrespectfullyf solicited Sample rooms fur commercial tourists table in connection where horses IIhery will Lave the best attention ROSE 5 WHEELER 1 PRACTICALf 4AND4 WAGONMAKERS j j i IHAZEL GREEN KY IInTita the theIcinity to their im pro v e d facilities for hlacksmithing and vagonmaking 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 satiafac tion is guaranteed in all cases Buggy building and wagon making are lour specialties Your patronage ia rim spectfully solicitedand will be duly ap preciated ItespectfullYtic ROSE tl WHEELER A now firstclass cafe for ladies and gentlemen has been opened in the Phoenix Hotel Annex oppos ito tho CC 0 dopot whore all the delicacies of tho season aro served in firstclass style Ladies especially are invited s0 VKAIIB- KXPKRKNOK TRADE DESIGNS MARES j ICOPYRIGHTS tc i mayaeay rforeeunngpetentamPumu town through Muno A co rebtft- tapetxal fOtioe me the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN c Untlfollr IRtutntod Unrest draUtloa otc jeetasoot on RiTiirra MM tree Address c MUNN A CO a Ml Vr4w r New Yerke EVERY PAIR OF 1TIGER + PANTSMade Perfect in Fit Fall ID Scattand Leg and will Not RIp STAG + SHIRTSAre Better Goods Bettor Made and BetterbtyleThanAayOtherii DarSHAZEL r v iF IIItfYFRE HERALD I I 1 1SPENCER COOPER Editor KYRS i Jtj THURSDAY August 29 1901 j I I I i i +1tnnounlemenT + Fee assessor We are authorized to announce nOSE of Stilhvater ns a candidate for the office of Assessor subject only to the will of the people as expressed at the polls on Tuesday Novembers 11W1 I t yyDE11OC1TIC TICKET- For 0l State Senator 34th District C D SUBLETTof County For Representative Hist District MORRIStof Morgan County THE COUNTY TICKET For JudgeJ W COXGLETON For AttorneyC C FULKS Fur ClerkW S TUTT For SheriirT F STAMPER For Supt SchoolJ W TAULDEE For Jailer J B LITTLE For AsseswrS N HOBBS For Coroner FRANK SAMPLES i g lltiYElection Tue lay Nov 5 1901 ADMIRAL SAM ICONS mentis are defending him on the ground that he did not write that Fourth o July present dispatch If Ad j 4 miral Sampson permitted an un derling to send the news of such I an event without submitting the dispatch to him he thereby prove himself unfitted for the high pla- cj j confided to him i t Seriously Hurt j Mrs W T Caskey had one of her kneecaps dislocated by the kickof a horse on Sunday night and has since been suffering s- er verely While driving along near John Will Taulbees this side of Daysboro a buggy shaft broke and they dropped down upon the1 horses hocks when he started to run Mr Caskey then pulled him into the fence and he began kick ing and kicked Mrs Caskey on both knees dislocating the cap of the left one and otherwise bruis ing her up considerably Mr I Caskey was also kicked and bruis ed but did not fare nearly so seriously as his wife Mr Caskey l ltt got a wagon and brought her in home about 830 Sunday night and Dr Waldeck was summoned and discovered the facts as above p stated Everybody in the com munity regret tho accident andI extend sympathy to Mr and Mrs Caskey in their trouble r Recent Advances in Photography The camera of the amateur pho tographers is playing an important a part in the world of art these days A delightful phase of its value as a depicter of Naturo is shown in The Ladies Home Journal for September In this issue two pages I are given to the last of that magazines prize photographs of rural scones and the collection is a no table one interesting alike to the picturetaker and the lover of pic tures Some of the scenes have all the distinguishing qualities of paintings with the added charm of being true to Naturo X Jimmie Day has sold his ranch f interests near Midland Texas for 85GG and will embark in the i grocery business at Midland He i had less than f500 when ho left 4 here few but closet 533 5 a years ago by Syffattention to business and lucky = v M e investments has securedom e jltancy Had ho remained here he J Mght have existed R Bert and r busdineseuoar Midland en ying good health and making moieyf av j THE MAN THAT ASHT THERE BY SAM WILSON 1 One balmy night I dreamed dream About a terrible battle scene ii saw the American fleet to brave Put the enemys boats beneath the waveII While watching the fray I did not view The flagship of the American crew It was not long till I was aware That Sampson surely was not there- I Where was he then the world may ask What trade the coward shirk his task gleeII When he came back the fight was won By Schley Americas bravest son 1 ask each heart could glory dare To crown the man that wasnt there Sampson in history what has he done After glory and didnt fire a gun Its a new kink the latest craze Strange things happen nowadays This one seems to be in the push And takes the rag clean off the bush The money kings do allegiance swear To him the man that wasnt there 1Yet the incomparable Schley shall be The peoples pride through America We saw his courage on that day N better hero could we portray While Sampson still was having fun Schley made the enemys squadron run But money kings will now prepare To honor the man that wasnt there Yet Schley will live and win renown Though others steal from him the crown The records of that Sunday morn Shall never from our hearts be torn So let them dodo what they will Schley the conqueror is a hero still Aud none but money kings will declare For Sampson the mats that wasut there Tarry Thou Till I Come The Wandering Jew is having a wonderful revival in literature lately Tho first book in this fascinating field was Salathiel by Geo Croly Christ words to whom Tarry thou till I come spoken beneath the weight of the cross to tho scoffing Pharisee sets the Jew wandering Most notable fol lowers of this story wero Eugene Sues masterpiece The Wander ing Jew and The Prince of India by the author of lien Hur GenWallace himself praises Crolys Salathiel as ono of the six greatest English novels overwritten One New York publisher has lately issued an illustrated edition at 14Q not Now comes John piloneer with an edition in paper covers at 25 cents To introduce his pub lications to our readers Mr Alden offers to send it to any of them notflater than September yOth and he will pay this paper at the same time 17 cents on account of your subscription to it thus making the ctsdmoneyeto this paper or to Joint ll Alden Publisher 442 Pearl St New York as you please WANTED A position in school or family is desired by a lady grad uate experienced in teaching Eng lish branches music and the lau guages Testimonials given Ad dress stating terms Teacher Box 34 Warronton N C G10 Morgan French who married Minnie Mapel whas hurt by a tree falling upon him last Monday week and died from his injuries on Thursday Two men wore sawing down a pine three In falling it hit another tree and the butt swung round and struck Morgan upon the hip and stomach knock ing him down and then rolling upon him broke his leg An hour and a half elapsed before he could be gotten home and the heat was intense After his limb was set the doctor thought he would come out all right But 011 Tuesday he lost conciousness and never recov ered dying Thursday He leaves a wifo and two children four and two years respectively to whom THE HERALD extends sympathy and condolence Henry Pieratt bought all the picture frames the agent of the Chicago Portrait Co had left over and is selling them 50 per cent cheaper than the agent sold thorn The number is limited and if you want one youd better move in a hurry as they are going like hot cakes 52tf Prof Cordaccompauiod by Prof Blankenship left on Monday for West Liberty where they both were to work in the interest of the academy In this connection we note that the school opens on Tuesday morning next and Prof Cord is anxious that all scholars in this vicinity at toast be in at tendance on the opening dayII j TO T1IE DEAF j A sick lady cured of her deafness and 1 ibises 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 41- rlamry iifi I h Y r k P LittleNickell Married at tho residence of the c brides parents Squire John D Rose and wife on Saturday even ing last at 6 oclock Breck Little and Mrs Delilah Nickell Dr Marion Center officiating The brido is tho widow of Henry Nickoll who died about two years since and has one child The groom is a widower his wifo hav ing died about the first of the year leaving him with four little chil dren THE HERALD joins tho friends of the contracting parties in wish ing them success and happiness Davis May last week turned out a buggy for H F Pieratt which has been pronounced by all who have seen it as good as over cameI down the road If everybody whoI has use for a buggy would emulate the example of Mr Pioratt and patronize homo enterprise thisj country would be much better off The workmanship is every whit asj good as in tho brought on buggies and the material is better by far So when you want a buggy try Davis May They also turned out a two horse road wagon on Monday for David Cox of Salem that was equally good VitneOre will relievo you of all1 aches and pains Agents wanted stampSpencer The funeral of Randall Higgins colored three daughters two sonsII and two grand children were preached on Sunday last at the old Governor Wilson school house The three daughters unities were j Caroline Amanda and Nancy aud the two sons Edward and Albert Several preaches took part in the series Revs Frank Pres Wilson Jimmio Davis Uncle j Davis David Whitaker BillI Phipps and Peto Everett There was a very large crowd of tholtheI CASTOR IIAFor Infants and Children j I The Kind You Have Always Boggkt Bears the- Signature T III of tjtojr7c6tt I He Wants The Herald I SHKLHYVILLE KY Aug 26 j Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky My dear sirI did not have time to stop and see you Friday j but I want you to send mo THE t I HERALD to this place This weeks paper too please- I have matriculated in the Morse school of telegraphy and will start in school this morning Yours Ac H C LACE- YWANTEDAn agent in eve county in Eastern Kentucky to sell White Sewing Machines Hust ling men are the only kind that need apply and to them I can of fer special inducments Write to J T GEVEDON 4243tf Hazel Green Vitas Ore Cared Her No tongue can tell or pen describe The troubles of my wife Ami more than once Ill thought shed be An invalid for life Weve tried the doctors one by one Until it reached a score They did no good but she was cured By using Vitae Ore Rheumatism was the dread disease Her frame was filled with pain But Vitae Ore made it disperse And never return again And now she enjoys lifes pleasures And sufferers does implore To give up all the rest and try The virtues of Vitae Ore Prof McDormot father of the Prof McDermot who was assistant at the academy in 189S90 died on tho 15th inst at Hiram Ohio where he was professor of the bible in the college and was buried on the 17th Ho attended the preachers institute here in 1899 as one of tho instructors Prof Dewoeso of Lexington being tho other and we believe preached a sermon at tho Christian church during his stay Last Warning Taxes are now duo and must be paid or property sold Call to day and settle H F PIERATT D S Ed Cecil is building a fourroom cottage U2xl4 with an ell 24x14 in the low gap just outside town limits on the West Liberty road and curious citizens aro guessing that Mort or Clay is contemplating matrimony Frank Shoupe has the contract FOR SALEA scholarship in the KentuckyUniversity at this office some young man can I save several dollars tf J tf- Mr Clark of the firm of Clark Howard the Lexington contract j ors was hero one day last week to I look over the ground and ascertain j the cost of tho stone otc The I basement of the academy will be built entire of stone and tho building trimmed with it Mr Clark I says ho likes this stono better I j than the Rowan county product from Freestone quarry and thinks it will make a better building rock It is now thought workon tho academy may begin by Sept 10 John D Rose jr has a live months old boar that tips the beam at 200 Ho will be advertised in tho near future and breeders are invited to call and see him as he is perhaps the finest specimen pork stock over seen in this coun try He is pure white and was not U bred in old Kentucky but came from Cleveland Ohio Mr and Mrs Q C Daniel have moved to Hazel Green to take charge of the boarding department of the academy This is a guar anon that those boarding their children at the dormitory will ho- well cared for as they kept th dormitory before and gave perfect satisfaction to their boarders Morgan Messenger Robt J Rose and wife the yen erable parents of John H Rose spent tho day with him Monday His brother Jon and wife wore also his guests on that day and fiver n en route home from a visit to his father and mother who live on Stillwater Jell lives near time mouth of Yocum on time LickingI riverWhets you have head ache or neuralgia try Triphcne Sold by S S Combs Sons Campton an H F Pieratt Hazel Green tf NOTKIIKAD8Ku elopc GET YOUR Letterheads Catalogue sale IIIlUA printed at HERA LD ottlce Qfipriffo QQP for TaxesDHullll a udlo e By virtue of taxemlue the SherilTof Volf cuiinty forytIIf1 WOO 1901 I willuu Monday slaybetween I oclock p iu at the court house door in the town of Caniptou KUIOSC to public sale for cash in hand tile following real estate or so much thereof as sissy be acre sary to satisfy the taxes and costs towit aYlillOroIillte111901 Tax and cost 1181 A T COMBS S W C By H F IIKRATT n S August SUMt WALDECKD Physician and Surgeon jHAZEL GREEN KY Solicits the patronage of the people of Hazel Green and vicinity and will answer professional calls day or nigut Obstetric a specialty AN ORDINANCE To Change Boundary Line of Hazel Green secondedrylollowing is to be made the corporate limits of the town of Hazel Green viz Beginning at presentboundary oririlalllowuedline and fence to top of bluff including his laud and to said Swangos line on State road thence crossing the road to II F Pientttt line up the divide to the original town line This ordinance to be published in the HAZEL OREKS HERALD according to law W II CORD Chairman- C B ROSE Secretary John D Rose jr has our thanks for tho finest musk millon it has been our pleasure to partake of this year Mr Rose is an expert millon raiser both of the water and the musk and the sample we have is superior to any vo have seen in several years Miss May Davenport who will have charge of tho primary department of Hazel Green academy is expected to arrive on Saturday ready to assume her duties in the school room on Tuesday Sept a The funeral of Unclo Harry Lit tle remember will be preached at Daysboro on tho second Sunday in September at 1080 oclock m Prof Cord and others will con duct time services Bug He BON 1 Fresh Lemons Royal Maccaroni Brown C Sugar 6c Granulated 7c Arbucle coffee 12 12Cood Green Coffee lOco and 12A- cE3 All other goods in propor BROSeThe funeral of Mrs Dorcas Tyler will llu preached at the family grave yard on Grassy thc fourthI j I Sunday of September by I John and James I Mrs Brice WheelerII at that place Saturday night She j j ji was taken silk on tho Monday prior and never recovered She was a sister of Mrs Tom Lykins I Blank School Reports for use of teachers of public schools for sale at this oflicc 100 50 coats 200 irtf3t10 f100 Copies of this paper may be found on file at the mace of our Washington correspond ent B O Slirgers 918 K Street N W Washington U C- BLUEGRASS + NURSERIES 0 1001r0 Fruit and Ornamental TreesII Shrubs HOt Grapes Small fruit Asparagus Khuhurb and everything for I Orchard Lawn and Garden I aces right 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ulnmliilar swelling It Is best to bf sure that you are quite tree from it mid for Its complete cradles tion you can rely on foods Sarsaparilla The boat of all medicines for all humors t I THE HERALD Mrs Andy Colwoll has been very ill tho past week Jeff May loft Sunday for Farm ers on a business trip Tho Morgan county instituto will meet on the nth of September at LibertytHenry Pieratt has let tho con tract for four cottages opposite tho academy ground Clay Brown of White Oak came in Monday to attend the academy i which open next Tuesday Elza James was taken down with i fever lust Thursday and has since confined to his home4 4beenAunt Roslyn Linden accompa1 khied by her venerable mother Haddix was in town Tuesday rsll young man named Connolly 1 1A near Mt Sterling is here to at the academy which opens Sept 3 J s jjJohnDavis made a flying trip tot Ezel Sunday and his little daugh I ter Myrtie is visiting her grand parents there3 t tMERICAS Greatest Medicine is a i qarillabeeauseitposxsee4 unequalled curative powers teal c h iGREATESTi3 passed enos route to West Liberty He is with Cod1 s Rev E K Pike will preach at Hazel Green Sunday morning andt t night September 1st also at Lacy oclocktitWhen you havo head ache or byLSS Combs Sons Campton and t II F Pieratt Hazel Green tf g Owing to the illness of the im mediate family Minnie Day James i has been having Miss Falay Long to teach for her at Pleasant Hill for a few days Holly Nickoll passed through i town Tuesday en route to Mc- a Causey to get head and foot stones l for his wifes grave which ho had I made at Lexington ffHarry Perkins has been sick for I the past two weeks with fever ewhicht first developed at Paints ville Ho is now under tho care of Dr Nickoll and doing quite k well lHarris Higgins and wife color f i Montii gomory and moved to that county smallars1 1placoabove Daysboro and will soon I backIii- a i McClini Millorsburgsthat arrived at the Spring Sunday Miss Patton of the same place ar rived on Thursday before Y Rev Henry Adams and family left Saturday morning for Mono foo county whoro they will visit for a week or so during which prof tracted meeting at Fronchburg Mrs T E Johnson served an elegant dinner on her 38th anni c versary last Sunday at which her sister Mrs Q C Daniel and fam ily wore present May sho spend many moro birthdays in our v midst qAson of John Chambers deccas ed who lived on Uppor Devils e 1croek in this county was struck and killed by lightning on Mon day evening We did not learn r his name but ho was about 18 years of ago Some 23 students from West t Liberty and that irnmediatevrctB ity will matriculate at the academy for the ensuing term mid the ma jority of them will bor prepared to enter at tho opening Tuesday they 1 third day of September r 1i1 Elza James is and has been quite sick for tho past week with fever He is nearly 30 years of age and this is the first time in his life that ho ever had medical atten tion or had to take a doctors medicine always having nearly perfect health COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0iToinsure insertion ALL corresV B byMonday mt that nearby on Monday morning Our correspondents are derelict in duty and we want to say that henceforth they will not receive papers except for the week they have news letters We are dependent upon them for the news and when they fail to send in their favors they put us to great inconvenien- C8u1 SUNNY SIDE I Grant Lacy was in this section SundayA Brooks is spending this week is Menefeo county Mrs J II Brooks was visiting on Lacy crook from Saturday till MondayMiss Elsie Nickcll of Leo City was visiting her sister Eliza last weekNewton Swango of Charleston III spent Saturday with Dr Ova Swango and wife Wo were indeed very sorry to hear of Mrs W T Caskey getting so badly hurt Sunday Carl Day of Lee City passed HazelItie sons Taylor and Soldou gavo us n pleasant call Sunday Misses India and Molly Coldiron of Hazel Green were visiting their grandparents last week Misses Nannie and Lizzie Swan go of Dicksvillo spent Saturday night and Sunday with yo scribe Clay Lacy passed through here last Friday on his way to Sholby ville whero ho expected to enter school Guess lie left somebody looking like site had ptpporod their eyesWhile in town Friday we had the pleasure of mooting withour young friend and cousin Milton Taulbee who is traveling in the interest of the Portrait Company of Chicago Ill Yo scribo was one among the many who attended the social given at Mr Breunouiaus in honor of Misses Mary Brenneman and Ora Swango it being their 18th birthday We were highly enter tained by games and music by DaisyDayDayAug 27 SUSIE SUNBEAM LEE CITY Willio Caskoy was in the city last Wednesday Elliot Tolson of Campton was visiting hero last week Prof Cord was in our city last Saturday on business Charley Johnson preached in tho city last Sunday evening Charley Patricks little child died last Friday evening Charley Rose went to Stillwater last Sunday to see his best girl Miss Mary B Taulbeo of Frozen passed through the city last Mon dayA R Graham tho hustling man of our town loft last Tuesday for JacksonBurns Rose sold a fine mulo to John M Rose last week for 100 and bought two twin yearlings for 95How To Gain FleshPersons have been known to gain a pound a day by taking an ounce of SCOTTS EMUL SION It is strange but it often happensSomehow producesthedigestive machinery going properly so that the patient is able ordinaryfood gainismadeA amount of flesh Is necessary for health if you have bytaking scw rYou wil find K 1tIIt u wcfcl in MMMT upeRK 4JiimtJl tilif A passedthrough Johnson to sec Mrs Arnett who is very sick Geo Amyx of Daysboro was in the city lastTuesday taking orders for the Chicago Portrait Co who enlarges pictures Carl Day and I suppose his sweetheart Miss Maggio Walter inIi ti Hauling staves seems to be the order of the day hero for there aro now several thousands on the stavo yard at this place Prof Cisco of White Oak was in the city last week hunting for young men and women to start in schoolat Hazel Greon which is sure the host school in the moun tainsThe trustees and patrons of Dis trict No 48 say emphatically that J H Dunn of Frozen is teaching tho best school that has over boon taught in tho district Wo aro pro nd to say this of him for ho is a noor buy lut honest in evory respect Hur ah for J H Dunn I Aug 27 RIm JACKET STILL WAfR SPARKLES Leonard Tutt and wife aro visiting in Breathitt county Yo scribe made a flying trip to time Stamper branch Sunday Joff Rose and family of Morgan county aro visiting friends and rel ativos on Stillwator Rev Maden and others have been holding a meeting at tho Murphy school house tho past week Mrs Ellen Moeks of May town iis visiting on Stillwater but wo think she is getting homo sick Tho infant child of Isaac Combs and wife of Campton was buried on Mr Combs farm on Stillwator FridayLittle Laura Bowman has re turned to hor homo at Maytown Come again Laura wo onjoy your company It T Tutt went to Campton Sunday We guess he went to see his girl if ho has got any and iif ho hasnt got any girl soiho of tho girls ought to get him Aug 27 CnAnArriE liTo Throw Cood Money After Bad will but InereaiamT pain If ou have thrown away money for medicines that did not cure now begin taking Hoods Sarsaparilla the medicine that never disappoints HoodaPillacuresiekheadachelndlco tlon MORCANCOUNTYMIZE Mrs Lizzio Halo of Long branch is very low with typhoid fever Died on tho 22nd inst Dorscy little son of Dink Osborn Frank Cecil and daughter Miss Lillio spent the day Sunday a J W Cecils Kolley Perry had a nice milk cow to dio of murrain last week He has another cow and his father ono that have the samo disease James Yocum and Frank Ward of Pekin got into a scrap Friday over a game of marbles War came out with a fractured rib and Yocum with a very much black eye Then tho boys shook hands and were friends once moro Some of our people attended the tent meeting at West Liberty Sun day and they were greatly sur prised when they arrived at the meeting ground to learn that they must pay a dime before they could hoar a sermon A few who had dimes jingling in their pockets entered the gates but quite a number turned away not because they couldnt pay but didnt feel like making merchandise of the gospel Is it any wonder our coun try is fast filling up with skeptics and infidels Did Jesus over charge for those immortal ser mons ho delivered on the Mount What would Josus do Are the professed Christians and ministers following In His Steps 1 Aug 27 FINNEY BREATHITT COUNTY PAXTON Wm S Shackolford wont to Stillwator Sunday John Hurst of Peartreo was calling at Paxton Sunday Gold Bug was visiting at Paxton Sunday evening M C Conley and Miss Fannie Hurst were out ridingSunday even ingMisses Stella and Bettie Shack elford visited Miss Lula Taulbo- at her school on Frozen Noah Cisco was in this vicinity last week in tho interest of tho Hazel Groon academy Miss Nannie Shackelford wh has been quite sick for several days is no better at this writing t f Mr and Mrs Kelly Shackelford aro visiting Mrs Shackelfords pa rents Mr and Mrs Lawson on StillwaterTho for n now schoolI house at this place was made Sat urday and school will soon bo iin session again Miss Lula Taulbeo was th pleasant guest of Misses Nun y and Bettio Shackelford from Friday evening till Sunday recentIIlyI ness seems to bo on a boon Aug 20 S ILnI LETCHER COON YII MA YKINGIJohn M Blair representing tho j Louisville Stove and Tin Co j hero Thursday John always HollsjjI Thoro has been rain hero ovary day for two weeks and still it rains Farmers have lost most all of their hay- Elijah Hicks tho hustling mer cantilo reporter of Hindman was interviewing our merchants with regard to their assets Friday Misses Callio and Birdie Webb with Washington Webb are visit ing relatives at Dartha Wise coun ty Va this week Wo wish them a pleasant sojourn Mrs Nannio Policy of Blaine Lawronco county passed through horo Thursday on route to Wise Va whore she will bo a guest of tho Hubbards Ben Franklin aged 18 of Colly was bitten by a copperhead stuck ono day time past week whilo hunting in the mountains for ginseng Ho is O K however at this writing S K Keel of Pike county repro senting David Blustein L Co Charleston W Va passed horo yestorday en route homo from a trip through Perry county Mr Keel reports business nourishing A dobating society has boon or ganized in tho public school hero whichwill moot every Friday night Prof S T IEOII is projecting tho new move Wo hope iit will inspire our youths to higher and nobler aspirations Several of the boys members of the Lotcher County State guardI were displeased with their stay in tho state encampment at Owous boro Consequently they returned having a welldeveloped case of the blues John P Morgan and family have returned from Frisco Oklahoma Tor where they wont several1 months ago intending to mako iitI their future homo The drought Itthey were destined to return to tho place of their birth Several of our people witnessedi tho execution of tho negro John Fugato at Wise Va Friday Fu gato paid the death penalty for tho murder of Martha Wolls at tho AprildFully 5000 people witnessed tho spectacleHon C Mayo of Paintsville Johnson county who has an eye on this section was hero Wednesday prospecting Ho says that there will bogreat developments in tho lands and minerals of this sec tion in the near futuro The Letchor County Teachers Institute convened at Whitesburg Monday under the able supervis ion of Prof John Burke of tho Newport Ky public schools Prof Burke is teaching a series of mountain institutes John Harrison Mullins of Elk horn creek one of tho principals in the Ku Klux gang was arrested tho first of last week after defying the officers of tho law for several months Officer J C Day ran on him on Black Mountain tho Vir giniaKentucky border and ar rested him Ben Mullins who killed his cousin Elbert Mullins on Elkhorn creek last week was given an ex amining trial before Judge W H Blair at Whitesburg Monday Ho was bound over to await the ac tion of tho grand jury this week It is believed ho has a severe case The trials of the fifteen Ku Klux members who murdered Mrs Je mima Hall and her 14 year old son at Boons Fork last November was transferred to Pine ville Boll county on a change of feelo ing and public sentiment against tho organization it would have been impossible for thorn to have gotten a fair trial and Judgo Moss righoplace Aug 20 BuuDUiE TRY YOUR LUCK i y 1 1 Copyrighted by Press Publishing Association i 15000INCASH I Given AwouH iJTHE PRESS PUBLI8HINC ASSOCIATION will givpSl5000 in Cash Prizes tofthoic making the nearest estimate on the combined Official Vote iILi of Ohio Massachusetts and Iowa Cast for Governor November 5th 1901 IThis mealbottlecontaltni4ttmcstheOcelw GUCGENHEIMER Be t 000000 RECKON OHIO MASS AND IOWA WMT YOU ESTIMATE will entitle him of price paper you you send in send your careful write 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eaihyMothersFew thttrdutles arc so exacting The anxiety of pregnancy the shock of childbirth and the care of young children art severe trials on any woman But with Wine of Cardul within her grasp every landcanp wantfruWIM of Cardttl will give It H dreg thcas tha tusk organs u4 tavlg oratM weakened function For every f Mto ID or weakness It Is the best asdidae nude A k your druggist for HM btdtk WiM of Cardul sad take no tjbtlMMta ustdar wy clrctsmcanccsL t iris tlile Ga Gn s t itt 1l6ro tataaed utlae rirr dCrhi 1 w hrrYr er- b7ka gare Aluar Twoeabdulsllutuvia Vian aSfdStwmbaoUfmd Uo f b 24 sawZMk ttbto ro a fclbnu I bri goods dit4msabiWf neLdmalana vtlderear odr two tpa it6 Ge Ger Na- etrretr tdout F rcd Impav mMfosarealelWollldsoaoioedCrdipaahiionwl nm slTtas rmrUm ANerr1layemaaiL4rr JL uooot maTmo4 ifANNUALi MEETING Of West Liberty District at Sale l Church Sellers Morgan Cowl ty September 1215 1901 t Thursday 3 p ui Devotional Senice aud t Preparation PeriodJI D Adams 730 p m Devotional Service unit Bi- LleStudyRobt M Hopkins Stereopticon Lecture llobt Mllopkius Friday 1000 11 m Devotional Service andJ s F Iloplintt 1100 a m Sunday Schools t Robt M llopkini tOO p HI Devotional Services and Bi- LleStudyHobt M Hopkins 300 p in Conference of Sunday Sch- oulyurkenLed by Holpli- al00 p m Business Meeting of Delegate- t 730 p m Devotional Services and Bibl Study Stereopticon Lecture Robt M Hopkins Saturday 1000 Ie m Devotional Service Bible StullyHobt M Hopkinsi i 1100 a m Annual Sermon The Mission of the ChurchWin H Cord L00 Ip m Devotional Services and Bible i Study llobl M Hopkins t a 230 ImSermon W L Buchanan 300 p mReport Evangelist H U 330 orkenIElleuI oilier IrlOjl iTrrtmneti s meeting of delegates j Kx30p m Devotional Service nod Bililr t + SchoolsI j j I Robt M Hopkint I a Sunday 900 a mConference ofSuldaI I e School Workers and Bible Led by Robt M Hopkin 1000 So m Devotional ServicesIteport of j meetingtiCommunion Services 130 p ni Devotional Services Sermon W L Buchanan 300 p m Adjournment s WM H CORD Chairman To Save Her Child From frightful disfigurement Mr- l Nanuie Galleger of La Grange G applied Buckleus Arnica Salve to great sores on her head and face and writes its quick cure exceeded her hopes It works wonders isissores bruises skin eruptions f cuts burns scalds and piles 25c Cure guaranteed by J Taylor Day of Hazel Green or S S Com bs Son Campton drug i i it A Diarrhea storosI t caatof diorrh a have been arrested by browning rice in the oven grind ing it and preparing it like coffee Give as much of this as the patient J will drink over hour or two until the movement of the bowels are checked This is especially effe cacious with children r For constipation use a tea made of senna leaves or give onohalf a level teaspoonful licorice pow der once in three hours until it has F the desiredeffect In cases of cough or croup give CoughCurefear The child will be all right ii- a in little while It never fails Pleas- antI n to take always safe sure an almost instantaneous in effect b H F PJERATT gym 4 John McIntosh of Knowlton Ky was attacked by a catamountj which with the assistance of two dogs he succeeded in killing It was tho first of the species seen thereabouts in years Mrs S H Allport Johnstown Pa Says Our little girl almost strangled to death with croup The doctors said she couldnt live but she was instantly relieved by One Minute Cough Cure HFPiEBATT Frank Garr and Andrew Dob i ltelise t Athens and hitting Elsie McJJon ijldj at Louisville were dismissed iEeevidence showing that Athena 1 BSd drawn a knife on thm an that the hitting of Miss McDonald y was accidental l Y t WhataTaleitTelli If that mirror of yours shows a wretched sallow complexion a jaundiced look moth patches and blotches on the skin its liver trouble but Dr Kings Now Life Pills regulate the liver purify the blood give clear skin rosy cheeks rich completion Only 25c at J Taylor Day Hazel Green or Camptondrug A Miserly Mans Misfortune There iis a certain tobacco grow er in Fayette county said Jep Noel of the Consolidated Tobacco Company who declared to me the other day that ho would never again believe anything he road concerning newfangled ideas He told me that he had read in a news paper u dispatch from some place in Virginia where a tobacco grower to do away with the expense necessary to the picking of worms from tobacco by men had purch ased about yOOO ducks and turned them into his tobacco field that the ducks performed the work as I wellas the men and at the same I ducksII aCCODlmoI keys would do thu work Ho spoilt 111 great dual of ninny for healthy looking hens and gobblers and turned them into tho tobacco field Tho result iid that nearly every leaf of tho tobacco is pocked to pieces aremdeadLexington Ky Notes in Cincinnati Enquirer I saysIuntil I bought DeWitts Little Early Risers Since then have boon entirely cured of myoidcomplaint Ireccommoud them HFPiKHATT A Chimney Full of Currency James E Elliott a teamster of this city made a lucky find on the 10th iust at his home on South tearingebuilt 50 or more years ago and came across a number of oldcoins At the bottom there was more money Some of it wise paper but the greater portion was silver dol tars and half dollars and five and tondllar gold pieces All bore date before 1800 Thero was iu all canFnot recollect when any person pOSeIl occuIered poor and for some years stoodwithout a tumult on account of being in bad repair Wooster 0 dispatch to Cincinnati En quirer Eruptions cuts burns scalds and sores of all kinds quickly heal ed by DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Certain cure for piles Beware of counterfeits Be sure you get tho originalDeWitts H F PIEBATT 100aFor 100 cash in advance you get THE HERALD for 12 months j the Monthly New York World a 32page magazine for 10 months Good Times a department maga zine of 1C 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 esring your money buck There ore 200 prizes of 2 260 of 11150 of 31110 of 11112of 5 35 of 10 and 10 of 15 each beside 10 prizes ranging from 25 to 5000 Sure ly you enght to guess close enough to catch something tf P T Thomas Sumterville Ala i I was suffering from dyspepsia when I commenced taking Kodol1 Dyspepsia Cure I took several bot ties and can digest anything Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure is the only preparation containing all tho natural digestive fluids It gives weakstomachs entire rest reator ing natural condition H F PIERATT John Fugate colored was hang forthd0 murder of his wife he having beaten her to death about threeI months ago WANTEDTrustworthy men andl women to travel and advertise for old established house ofsolid finan cial standing Salary 780 a year and expenses all payable in cash No canvassing required Give refer encos and enclose selfaddressed stamped envelope Address Mana ger 355 Caxton Bldg Chicago ti- The case against Mrs Jane Est ridge at Lancaster Ky charged with performing an operation up on herselfresulted in an acquit tat James White Bryantsville Ind says eWitts Witch Hazel Salve healed running sores on both legs Doctorsdfailedto help him Get DeWitts Accept no imitationsH PIERAtT icv I HogoqsLn Whisog1k g IrrDIRECTIIIRO- M I I F DISTILLERY TO CONSUMER II- ftYS 1iiY J eClp r D 4 WHISKEY IN JIIISeaHagaus Old Rye or Bourbon 4 years old per gallon 200 Hngans Old Rye or Bourbon ti years old per gallon 250 Hagans Old Rye or Bourbon 7 years old per gallon 275 Hagans Old Ryo or Bourbon 8 years old per gallon 11- 00WHISKEYIN CASES Wo will send 4 full quarts of Hagans Rye or Bourbon 10 oarsII old for 350 0 full quarts for 500 or 12 full quarts for I packed in plain case no marks with corkscrew and etched glass express charges prepaid Wo do not prepay oxpross charges on whiskey under 3 por gallon PURE IF WIIISKI YOU WANT DRINK HAGANS RYE I Sr ciAi PRICE LISTWO quote the following Brands of whiskies bottled told eased by Stoll it Co Lexington Ky Old Elk 4s 12 bottles per caso 1200 Old Elk Is j5 500 Bond Jr Lillard 4s 12 bottles por case 1200 Bond it Lillard 4s IiII5 IIIWOBond it Lillard 5s 12II 1100 Bond it Lillard 5s jII 550 Old Tarr 5c 12 bottles por case 1000 15 bottles per case 500 Ashland 5s 12 bottle por cast 1000 C bottles per case 500 Old Elk is bottled in bond and also free the other whiskies are bottled freo only You run no risk whatever in sending us your ordor reprelontedIfyour money will be refunded Wo do not ship goods C 0 D Pleasu make all remittances payable to Tho Hagau Distilling Company References The Lexington City National Bank or Stoll it Co llargest distiller in Stato Address THE HAGAN DISTILLING Co LEXINGTON KY ETAN D YIBUlr1l W14X E OCE S91- VI IN STREETLEXINGTON KY 0 fiF The patronage of mountain merchants is respectfully solic ited unit all orders will have prompt attention J T DAY DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE HAZEL GREEN KY Has in stock a magnificent stock of UPTODATE GOOnS in every cItiesbuyingand bought in such large quantities that we can undersell any house in Eastern Kentucky Try us and you will be convinced that we un derbuy because you will know we undersell HUGHES CHILL TONIC PALATAIILK Better than Caloincland Quinine Con trills no rsenic T1IK OLII IUXIA1ILK STIUCIt IN taste Acts E iJLLEK1 Ol1X As well u Sure Cure for Chills and Fevers Swamp Fevers Kilioti Fevers Just what you need this season NEVER Mild Laxative Nervous Sedative Splendid Guaranteed Try Dont take any Huliitltutr At Druggist Soc and EMI n n SUCCESSWOUTll KNOWING Forty veers success in the South proves a great rem edy for Chile all malarial fevers A Farm tor I will sell my farm of ACRES Consisting of about 80 acres of cleared granandthei Good Frame Dwelling House of four rooms ana a good drilled well tf never failing water and outhouses criboii andstables also two tenant houses There iis a Fine Vein of the BEST COAL from which several thousand bushels are sold each year The farm is one and one half miles from Hazel Green A good bargain can be made by applying in par son fcr writing to WM H CORP Hazel Green Ky 1I11lth WINCHESTER KY K II WITHERSPOON President- R D HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 10000000 Surplus 2000000 Handsome deposit of 40421648 This Bank solicits the accounts of mer chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Easters Kentucky and offers its customers every facUlty aad ojlerltJaate h LOOK A TIME Saves time Hughes Tonic SpringNallMalarial Fevers on liver nndnneup tilt yrtem thtII GENEBAL as and at Tonic It Bottle Sale 159 iuclestir o U n ROBINSONPETTET CO1 INCORVOKATKD LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY THE NEW YORK WORLD ALMOST A DAILY AT TIll IUUCK OF A WEEKLY The presidential campaign is over but the world goes on just the same and it is full o news To learn this news just as it i t yomarer l i u e Thricea Week Edition of the New York World which comes to the subscriber 1M times ayear The Thlice a Week Worlds ails ence an a publisher of Scat news has given it clrcu lation wherever the English language u epaken and you want itThe Tlirice Week Worlds regular an scription price is only 100 per year We offer this unequaled newspaper and Tm Ahl1R GREEN HERALD together for 150 sVThe regular subscription price of the two papers is t400 Sllvcrr Wganaott Eggs I have for sale now Silver Wyandotte Eggs at 100 for 13 These Are Thoroughbred- Buy a setting raise some THOROUGH BRED CHICKENS and you will be n longer satisfied with the COMMON sroc First call first served ROBERT I COEDia 33 Hazel Green Ky Ca A LYNCH 4 REPRESENTING ABlER BARNES J CO Wholesale Dry Goods Katiaas Ata share of your patronage anc aka you to hold as order for hits KEEP COOL 1I1 2OOO Pairs Pantsj t J J at1J400 Mens Linen Suits Former Price 400 a- t1E4d 1 250 Beautiful Flannelette Coats and Pants for Men at1 i rt lijrtj rj li9 10 WORTH 50O ILatestLOUIS AND GUS STRAUS 1 LEXINGTON KY i AstHMA CURE FREEI nn11cISENT ABSOLUTELY FREE OX RECEIPT OF POSTAL W1UTK YOUR NAME AND ADIIIIKSS PLAINLY iCJwNIDYIR I j There is nothing liko ASTHMAIENE It brings instant relief oven in the worst cases It cures a hen all else failsThe RidglIIIlenc received in good condition I cannot toodderivedlrom I yearsIadvertisement for the cure of this torment ing disease Asthma nod thought you had i givlii acted lite a clnrin dead me u foil aiz bottle 0 I Rev Dr Morris WechslerRabbi of the Conjj lanai Israel NEW YORK January 31x01J DBS TAFT Rues MEDICINE Co Gentlemen Your Asthmalcne u an ex cellent remedy for Asthma and Hay Fever mill its composition alleviates nil troubles i successisI After having it carefully analyzed we can state that Aathmalcne contains no opium morphine chloroform or ether yourxREV WECHSLER 0A vox SIRING N Y February I 1901 DR TAFT BUGS MEDICINE Co Gentlemen I write this testimonial from a sense of duty having tested tire wonderful effect of your Asthmalcne for the cure of Asthma My wife has been afllisled with spasmodic asthma for tLe past 1 2 years Having exhausted tny own skill as well as many others chanced to te your sign upon your windows on 130th street New York I at once obtained a bottle of Aslhmalene My wife commenced improvementAftersymptoms I feel that I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who are afllicted with this distressing disease Yours respectfully O D PHELPS M D 0 DR TAre EROS MEte Co February 5 1901 Gentlemen I was troubled with Asthma for 2J years I have tried numerous remedies but they have all failed Iran across your advertisement and started with a 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 years unable work Iism iu the best of health everydayHouse address L35 Rivington street S RAPHAEL 67 East 121th street New York City HtoiaX Btottlc Bent Aba oixu1ex y PPtfct oai tteceipt at Posta MEDICINECOMPANYSOLD DIU4L Illt1IGGISIDS State College of Kentucky tbefollowingXurmnlHchllegrcePostgraduate facultyThei dormitoriesfuelexpensesThecomprehensive and modern The last Legislature appropriated 30000 for youngwomenmenMilitarybyCongresspositions excess e ability of the college to supply Last year the matriculation list was 620 rj1ardingCOUrsCHJAMES K PATTERSON Ph D LL D President Or Prof D C FRAZEE KytCKLive Stock Commission MerchantsFOR THE SALE OF Cattle Hogs SheepCincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI Ds r ALSOBourbon Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY ConiipmentsItOUc1ted1 tfL m f i1d IREGAIN YOUR HEALTH WITH 1 riff O1 IIUa 001100000 DOUtt j lllNATURES DOCTOR FOR MANKIND I IT CURES Rheumatism Diptheria La Grippe Brights Disease Blood Poisoning Kidney Liver and Stomach Troubies Female Complaint Catarrh and General Debility IT CURESWHEN ALL ELSE FAILS I RDAD THE TESTIMONY OF TWO WELL KNOWN CITIZENS OF WOLFE Mr Cooper Hazel Green Ky I purchased some of the Vitn Ore of you in the latter part of Ma1 ch and after taking about a halfpint of the Vitce Ore mixer my nerves were as steady as when I was 16 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 couldcar 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 yems mid I was not more fatigued than I was 25 years ago over the same work J It iid the grandest medicine in 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 old VitaOreiii puttingyme on to remedytt JAMES LACY I can vouch for every word Mr Lacy says in the above I am his wife andBbought the medicine of Mr Cooper for him though I did not have much faith in it because we had tried so many things that did no good I have also used Vita Ore and am stronger and la better health than for years which I attribute to its use MRS SOUTHEY LACY Lacy Creek Ky June 1 1901 llVitseOTe is U a package which makes 1 quart of Elixer DoseOno teaspoonful in glass of water Mailed to any address on receipt of price Address SPENCER COOPER I HAZEL GREEN KY t