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I I I DID feu 0 IMf1000 1500000 II- IN I PRIZESIII II SEE i THE HAZEL GREEN HERALDEstablished March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell SEVENTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 5 1901 NUMBER 9 SPKNCKR Owner COOPtuThe Oldestt Mostt PopularI Mostt WidelyI CirculatedI t d and Mostt Quotedt d Paper in the Kentuckyf MountainsAlwnt In YKAlt Adranrr CASIORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Nave Always Bought Bears the- Signamre of In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sIA1STQRJA A BUSINESS TRAINING II XT THE LEXINGTON i BUSINESS 4 COLLEGE Givcr capitalized results by preparing for Businesr Life and Insuring Employment to the ambitious and worthy 100 invested in this school has been the means of help ing thousands to positions of honor and trust WHT NOT YOU- GETTING A START in the world is everything WE START YOU WITH A CASH CAPITAL a Business Education if necessary without it such a training is indispensable OUR CATALOGUE out lining our several courses and circulars showing you what others are doing and how YOU can do likewise should be in your hands A postal will bring it IF YOUR MEANS are lim ited ask for Special Circular A telling you how you can be instructed at homeWE PREPARE for Civil Service positions under Government Selectionsprepare public school teach l Stenogral beginEARN A SCHOLARSHIP FREE by working for us at your home during explainsWRITEIN WRITING be sure to state you saw our ad in THE HAZEL GREEN 1 HERALD Address BENJAMIN JONES President LEXINGTON KY i 1 i The Industrialn Mntual DDepositD cCo- i OF LEXINGTON ZY INCORPORATED 1 The Pioneer and Leader in Weekly Investment Field in Kentucky NEW AND APPRONED CONTRACT JUST ISSUED Pays 40 per cent oer annum on All Money i Invested Redeems all Contracts in 156 Weeks 00THREEa RESERVEUfL1 FUND I j Its patrons are among tho leading business mon and womon in all the different callings of life Ji Keeps its promises to tho letter Run by men of business standing and capacity Address 77 Bast Short Lexington Ky J H BAKER Secretary and Manager JFSADLERCoEstablished 1 COMMISSION MERCHANTS FOP TilE SALE OF OaIIojogsSfteepamid Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI O Long Did lire Telephone WEST 101 jfaT Liberal cash advances lade upon consignments and sales guaranteed Get Your IintiIUJ at DIE pm Office I 1i I1iiIIIIIII It SAMPSON TOLD Of the Coateaplated Escape of Cetera 30 Hours Ahead Gout Out of the Way Cornxponncnre Chicago Chronicle Admiral Sampson was informed on tho evening of July 2 at least 80 hours before Admiral Corvera mado his dash from tho harbor of Santiago that tho Spanish fleet would attempt to run the block ado of the United States ships of war on the following day July 8i This intelligence was sent to Samp son by an officer of his fleet just before dark- Sampson ignored the information and on tho following morning took tho Now York his flagship j tho torpedo boat Ericsson and tho dispatch boatHistoutof tho block ading lino and started for Sibonoy to hold a conference with Shafter The officer in question was so worried that ho scarcely slept during the night of July 2 but maintained an almost unbroken vigil on tho flying bridgo of his ship The Chronicle is enabled to make the forgoing statements on tho highest possible authority but for obvious id UHnnnot publish tho d STATE KY a port of and appears This was mad timo Leon erected name of author It I stated however that course the Schley t facts rolativo to tho that the might make a dash for sea on the of bo brought in detail As himself will stand as a witness he will explain why he quit the ing line tho face of the mation that ho received night fact had to dinate officers every task to was will havo a strong this inquiry The records of the War indicate that son had received theproposed flight of General Garcia also July is dead and his cannot bo himself knows gallant Cuban gave him ing of Cervoras plans tjrmiWI much as tho Admiral has dicated in his reports was the case it is he will deny at this time cia sent him tho news for the foot had waited more than a mouth Garcia of the news on as is shown by tho tract from a to retary of War which Shaftor cabled from his ers on July 8 Tho French Consul General Garcia into he went that Corvora had stated that ho run out at 10 oclock this and that was tho hour his Corvera Consul it was bettor ing harbor than blow up the ships t lfd t Thero is in tho record to show that General1 Shaftor was of Cervoras foroInoonthat Shaftor communicated theI news to Sampson is unsupported On tho contrary cor inIformedword to Sampson about Cervoras purpose to escape because ho did not know about it until July 3 It does not follow however that be cause tho news was in reaching Shafter that Garcia did not it direct toSamp son His camp was closer to tho coast than any of Shafters aids He maintained regular com munication with Sampson by a code of signals furnished him by General Miles since Gand it is known that there was almost daily interchange of communications between Garcia and the flagship by means of wigwag signals Here is an extract from a letter Gonoral Miles wrote Garcia on June 2 in which ho placed him in of tho wigwag code for communication with the navy It would bo of great assistance if you could have as largo a force ad possible in the vicinity of tho lactopoptine mightiest strengthlistlesHncss KENTUCKY COLLEGE LEXINGTON abovo seven buildings comprise of tho plant the Kentucky Agricultural Mechanical College Lexington advertisement of which this cut several ago now buildings of Sampson morning July out Sampson in had previous The previously assigned attached the slightest particular strongly of cia therefore Sampson tho possession dispatch yesterday departure to die absolutely nothing apprised Chronicles delayed communicate had possession harbor of Santiago and communi cate any information by signals which Colonel Hernandez will ex plain to you either to our navy o to our army which will arrive bo foro many days On Juno G General Miles received from Sampson a dispatch stating that General Garcia regarded his suggestions as orders and that ho would tako immediate steps to do as tho major general of tho United States army directed Gar cia maintained communication with tho navy up to time moment tho Signal Service Corps relieved him of the task after Cerveras fleet had been destroyed- If Garcia did not notify Samp son of the French Consuls state ment ho clearly failed in his duty but tho fqct remains that Sampson did receive notification of tho proposed movement from an officer of his own fleet 801hours before battle and that ill spite of it he started for Siboney half an hour before tho fighting begaw and was never within range of hostile gun aftorward A Night of Terror Awful anxiety was felt for tho widow of the bravo General Burn ham of Machias Mo the doctors said sho would die from Pneumonia before morning writes Mrs S H Lincoln who attended her that fearful night but she begged for Dr Kings New Discovery which had more than once saved her lifeand cured her of Consump tion After taking she slopt all night Further use entirely cured liar This marvellous modicino is guaranteed to cure all Throat Chest and Lung Diseases Only 50c and 100 Trial bottles free at J Taylor Day Hazol Green and S S Combs Sons Campton drug stores Governor Beckham has offered a reward of 200 for tho arrest of Burt Bush Bush is wanted in Carter county for murder f For Chonic Diarrhea I am interested in the boy at Citronvillo Ala Wo should all1 lot our light shine if it should oily ho a little spnrk lilo the glow worm on a dark night Tho I know may give roundness toj this young mans cheek and com fort to his anatomy To three pints of water add handful of hops if your hand is hirgo it willI j do no harm let it boil ten min utos strain and rake a good swal low after every meal It is Nor y disagreeable so add milk oach timo no sugar take this a week or so then got from some trusty druggist and take after each meal Tho druggist will toll you how much to take Please let us hear the result This will also euro chronic diarrhea Tho above is no dream or hallucination I speak from experience GAIL Working Night and Day The busiest and little thing that over was made is Dr Kings Now Life Pills Those pills to mental power Theyre wood erful in building up health Only 20c per box Sold by J T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs L Sons Campton THE A M The State the in paper J years since which have their mont the a when little a a little the = s More Peach Orchards There should be moro peach orchards and the sections in which- r poaches have not given good re suits may now prove suitable as time abandonment of the peach for several years also obliterates the diseases In some localities whore the peach formerly failed goodre suits are now reported Peach trees may bo planted closer together than applo or pear trees and they come into bearing when 3 yearsI old some varieties earlier It i claimed that if a peach orchard gives but one good crop in four years it will pay for the experiment Hows This f Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that connot bo cured by Halls Ca tarrh Cure F J CHENKY Co Props Toledo 0 We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm WEST TRUAX Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 WARDING KINNAN MARViN Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0- Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of time system Price 75c per bottle Sold by all Druggists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the best Kentuckian Drowsed Henry Drexlor jr aged 19 was drowned at Now York by fallingj from a pleasure launch Young Drexler served during tho Spani ishAmerican war as Jos Wheelers courier and that officer rowarded his bravery and faithfulness by securing him a position at the WaldorfAstoria A letter from Gen Wheeler to tho boys father convoyed tho sad iintelligence HisI homo was at Hopkiusville Ky c rl ri TOUT FOSTERS ADVENTURES By Fred A Ober Author of The Knockabout Club Books Etc Pictures by Stanley M Arthur 12mo cloth ornamental illus I tratml1oo Wo are indebted to Mr Oborfor much good literature Ho has written Homo two dozen books of various kinds dealing with travel and adventure mainly withnow and then a dip into history but we do not think he haw given us a bettor piece of work than Tommy Fostors Adventures a hook that boys will rend with the keenest pleasure for a long time to come It appears opportunely too for at no previous time has there been eo general an interest in Indinr tribes of tho southwost among who n the hero of the story passed several pleasant yet exciting weeks The author is a teller of adm rable stories for young people he is thoroughly familiar with thb lo i cali ties ho describes ho lived with justsJ as Tommy didnnd what h J has to say is even worth listening to by older renders I sutlorertrioputYost j from his ailment Tommys nor th goes along to tako taro of liar pattylively rnewithNow Mexico and right lteroT m mys advuuixca Login Hit first exploit ie tn shoo an Indian dog mistaking it for a tcoyote Ho is locked up in conse I quence but an Indian boy of at outt I his own ago helps him out of his trouble and time two become fast friends Then still more exciting adventures follow and time liB bjorehobjore f Indian life for many years anil ho is to be congratulated upon tbo admirable manner in which hoihas imparted oxactinformation regard ing tho little known region he hns chosen for the scene of his la e book The pictures are admiriiblo as well Boys who have the goo l ono to obtain a copy of Tpm fort Fosters Adventures may be i they have a thoroughly breezy y of outdoor life that cannot fail to delight thorn Henry Alte mus Company Philadelphia Large picture frames 10x20 for 85X to 125 sold by others for 250 to 300 Small frames in endless variety Large mantle mirrors French bevel glass for 325 worth 500 100 mirrors 125sworth 300 Other valuable arti ties at reduced prices I am clos ing out to quit tho business at this place Como at onto or you will get loft J T GEVEDON KyMcNnbh Bible Levies Upon For Debt Attorney C H Baldwin of Day ton 0 who holds a unique record as being a party to a greater number of suits or legal actions jthan any person in Montgomery IJ county has been arrested for cruelty to animals Tho animal which is said to have been tortured has do loon faithfully at work for tho venerable lawyer for many yours It is alleged that tho ordinary fare of tho horse is egg shells rinds of various kinds and greasy waste paper which accumulate about tho place Mr Baldwin has boon the do fendant in suits brought by tho board of health and is the practi cal owner of Baxton and Stone street Ho recently began suit t against a local church organiza tion to recover a judgment and levied on the Biblo WASTED Trustworthy men and I women to travel and advertise for old ostablishodhousoof solid finanjsI cial standing Salary 780 a year S and expenses all payable in cash No canvassing required Give references and enclose selfaddressed stamped envelope Address Mana ger 855 Caxton BldgChicago if ejJd3 S- y IIDIDO lIOIOOIDIOIIC FUUIe I 1500000IN 3LtoODHDlIfIlIIDIOUOOt t e COUNTY + DIRECTORY + CIUCUIT COURT Third Monday in January Fourth Monday in April and Third Monday in September DAVID B REDWIXE JullaeICommonwralthaAttprneyJ C 0 HANKS Trustee Jury Fund 0COUNTY COURT First Monday in each month JudgeWA T COMBS Sheriff AttornryISAAC GKO W SALLEV Assessor JOHN CREECH Surveyor FRANK SAMIIE Coroner 0MAGISTRATES COURTS TIME OP HdUIXO AND OFFICIALS FIRST DISTRICT ELIAS HOCKEYrMagistrate No time set for holding courtSECOXD i HosEJRstable Court lays First Thursday in February May August and November Megiatrate FebruaryMayFOURTH DusvlmrrIt It LEna Magistrate WM SPESCEU Constable Court days First Friday in March June September and December FIFTH SlxtuJ N CIIAMBEKS Magistrate in both diricltlnA Jl 4 BANKS Constable Court days Third Friday in February May August andI INovember SEVENTIJ tDJtIJUlTB F Boiitr Magistrate j PORTEU CLARK con tI Court days First Saturday in Ma June September nnd December EmitTEr DISTRICT GEORUK bleIIMagistrate No constable and no time for holding court I Lewion and Eastern Railway TiI78Ta01oPtlvrl Jnna 30 1S01 7 LAST i6iTNi l= =No I I oIISTATIONS hilly rxiI Sumtay HnilILexiugtou lMLveAMivc2 23 pm 7 40 am I Winchester 3 10 pmi S J5 am LEJuucn 3 22 jnu 8 r7 amtStanton 4 00 iiu i9 1X5 am NattHridge 4 35 en J 51 am Torrent 4 49 pm 10 08 am Beattyve Jo 5 11 29 am Jackson G 15 pmlll 30 awI J WEST BOUNDiSTATIONS No1II No3 Sunday Daily 25p1utInnTorrentj i pniNatpmSUntoupniClayLEJnncn 9 lOam 5 08 piu J pmLexington MlnagerOJlASSCOTI T It MOHQAN S P Ai L01JSViLLE TIN AND STOVE COMPANY Jobber and Dealers i- nSTOZIE 59 1JapanedLOUJSlLrcE U1r DILLER BENNETT WHOLESALE IU1N1TUUaStWholell8leDealer in the South LouIsVIlle Ky I D simuewoiti Co Manufacturers and Jobbers of MENS BOYS CLOTHINCCHILDRENS I I 607 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY REH BEVERSON CO II fMWHOLESALE r ii i SASBXiSE 508512 W MAIN STREET 1 LOUISVILLE KY CAVEATS TRADE MARll S DUIdNLIdYrbawdtrxttOWM 5 tl costs= = Y w L na 1as1 asu zINY1NTIVE i r M R JL nI11iii TRlWi u S 1 It J UYfJ 1BE HERALD r L SPENCER COOPER Editor kl 1 r HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY September 5 1901 f +AQfOUf flBmB fT + Fr Assessor We are authorized to announce ELIJAH ROSE of Stillwater as a candidate for the office of Assessor subject only to the will of the people as expressed at the poll on Tuesday November 5 1901 S t DEMOCRATIC TICKET 1 0i For State Senator 34th District C D SUBLETTof n County For Bepreuentative 91st District JESSE P MORRISof County I THE COUNTY TICKET For JudgeJ W CONGLETON For AttorneyC C FULKS Fr ClerkW S TDTT For SheriffToF STAMPER For Supt Schools J W TAULBEE For JailerJ B LITTLE r For Assessor S N HOBBS For CoronerFRANK SAMPLES a ai Election Tuesday Nov 5 1901 THF Morning Herald of Lexington came out last Sunday with a colored cover and humorous sup plement Under the management of Desha Breckinridge The Herald is forging to the front in all uptodate featuresand Col Breck in ridges editorials brings one j back to the time of Prentice of the Louisville Journal and Daniel Carmichael Wickliffe of the Lexington Observer Reporter Col Billy is the finest editorial writer i k in the south and his editorials are copied far and wide by reason of their comprehensive conservatism rrTHE attention ofour farmer friends is directed to the Angora goat article which appears else where in this issue Every farmer 1 who has brush land and can afford to buy a few of these goats to start with can in a few years be independent They are a gold 1 mine in the sense of revenue and t being the most healthy are always safe to invest in i John Evans has accepted a position with the Hagan Distilling r Co Lexington and is now on the roadselling their goods As long as whiskey is made itwill be drank and if a man must drink he should drink the purest that can be made li That is the kind Mr Fvans is sell ing Not for gain or glory could Andy Hagan be induced to adulterate r a liquor coming from hisI house and when you buy of himII w1 or Mr Evans you are sure to get the pure stuff Hagans Rye is as mild as milk and the purest arti cle for pulmonary troubles everII used by any one Another thingC if you never drink anything but x Hagans liquor you will never goC wrong Itcreates a contented haptt py feeling where other liquor would make you fighting mad I 3e Remember the annual meeting t of the West Liberty District will convene with the Salem church on Thursday afternoon the 12th instIat 2 oclock The sessions of i f Thursday and Friday will be da voted to Sunday school work andI will be conducted by Robt Ms rl Hopkins Mr Hopkins will give a l IfBible study at each session on Batfx jyirJay and Sunday and will have r Charge of the singing L frfftt fSnday school workers atnd the i r v WJionsi of Thursday an Friday I- tqtall chriStian people Attend all i the sessions Remember the dates Sept1215 WMHCBDChr i igtj DONT MALIGN THE MOUNTAINS Aye you behold the Maid 0 Dundee rosycheeked blae eyed and curlytopped batelse 1 expressionless The utter vorac Ity of the mountain countenance is a study The children are almost universally pretty but each added year seems to take away something that was and leaves only a blank behindThe above extract is from a letter in the Lexington Morning Herald of August 28th and was written by Mrs E V Potts who was then sojourning at Torrent Had i been penned by somo ordinar pennyaliner TilE HERALD coul have passed it in silence and con sidered the sourco But coming from a lady of Mrs Potts attain mentsa lady of ability and affa bilitywe feel it incumbent to refute the implied insult to native intellect In fact the extract iis erected of error entire except the children are almost universally pretty But alas I expression less she says Now we do no believe Mrs Potts intended to insult the people of the mountain- in this implied insult to their in tellect nor do we know what con ceived the thought However that her assertion is absolutely false and the very reverse of the facts is plain to all who have knowledge of the youth of this land Instead of being expressionless intelli gence sparkles upon the counten ances of our native children like dew drops scintillating under ani early morning sunbeam The chil dren are as quick to learn or may bo quicker than a like class in any community in the commonwealth Had Mrs Potts been present Tues day morning when Prof Cord formally opened Hazel Green academy for the present term she must have acknowledged her error in toto There was present 109 children in age from six to 18 yearsi and no person unless he or she were of that type which leaves only a blank behind could have failed to notice intellect in every countenance and that to i chunks the size of ar cJer erg when the conditions of the mountains and of the bluegrass are relatively considered For only a compara tively few years have the children of this section enjoyed educational 1I advantages and their environment tended more to evil than educa tion On the other hand the blue grass section has possessed these advantages in liberal measure for well nigh a century Yet it was only a few years since that Henry L Godsey a native of this townt and a former student of the academy captured the intercollegiate prize in oratory and followed with the Chatauqua prize James H Swango also a native and a stu dent came a year or so after an I won both of these prize contests which he supplemented by winning the interstate oratorical contest at the Worlds Fair Chicago iinI which 18 states were represented Joe Taulbee a native of the ad joining county of Morgan and anI academy student won the declam atory contest in the bluegrassI league of colleges held at Harrods burg in 1896 or97 and now standsI at the top in his class at West Point N Y Out of 20 from dif ferent parts of the state who made application for state certificates iin October 1899 only three them and they were natives o this and nearby places viz Miss Lila Kash John W Taulbee and Ova Swango j all academy students i Then Miss Minnie Day now Mrs Elza James another native and student was awarded a state cer tificate accompanied by the state superintendents letter stating that I she had attained the highest aver age ever presented from any of the 119 counties it being 90j per cent We note these cases simply to dis prove the implied mountain imbe cility in Mrs Potts letter and ii- it if were necessary could cite hundreds of instances similar to our oratorical and schoolcertificate winners In every contest where native mountain intellect has been pitted against that of other sections the mountains have won and we defy a denial Intelligent la dies and gentlemen of the world at large who have visited here from time to time have time ana again remarked in our presence See that bright face j I never saw o much intelligence expressed in countenance as I have seen here among your children And this has been universal with strangers visiting here so that Mrs Pottsi ideal must have been an isolated imbecile or she saw through a glass darkly when she wrote express ollle and only a blank behind I j yea f SAMPSONS SOLILOQUY BY SAM WILSON Ive roamed the high seas oer and oer And touched at many a foreign shore Now I command a spanking fleet No other nation on earth can beat Tis true some battles I have seen While rollicking up and down the stream Methinks today if signs are right Therell be a very devil of a fight For the Spanish fleet iilying today Within the harbor of Santiago bay I ought no longer to heilatc freighttKyawaydAway from the fight thats going to be Which makes the shakes creep over me Within thirty hours Cenreras fleet Will make a break a daring feat Then shot and shell will rent the air You bet your life Ill not be there lie still my nerves why tremble so Soon will I oei the billows go To seek employments better far Than tackling Cervera and get a jar Ill sneak swap while yet theres time Who knows the gfory may be mine viewtUncle Sam will see this hero through saysOr what the press choose to display My name shall boom on historys page As the great I AU a noble sage Though in my absense Schley may win But getting the praise twill be too thin For Im the pet of a big combine Which shouts the honor shall be mine Stood Death Oft E B Munday a lawyer of Hen rietta Tex once fooled a grave digger He says My brother was very low with malarial fever and jaundice I persuaded him to try Electric Bitters and ho was soon much better but continued their use until he was wholly cured I am sure Electric Bitters saved his life This remedy expels malaria kills disease germs and purifies the hlocd j aids digestion regulates liver kidneys and bowelscures con stipation dyspepsia nervous dis ceases kidney troubles female complaints gives perfect health Only 50 cents at J Taylor Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sons Campton drugstores J A Nowlan of Jackson was here this and last week putting up galvanized iron guttering to rainn barrel and did some work for THE HERALD homestead He also put up some for Prof Cord and for John M Roao While his work iis firstclass and the material 0 K he did only the three jobs men tinned But that is because the people do not realize the benefitsi Should any of our citizens in the future decide to have such work done we hope they will have Mr Newlau do it Henry Pieratt bought all the picture frames the agent of the Chicago Portrait Co had left eve rand is selling them 50 per cent cheaper than the agent sold them The number is limited and if you indcakes 52tf Prof Cord is agent for the Grandl Rapids Mich School Furniture Works and recently sold to the trustees of Caney public schoollI 88 desks to furnish their new school building which is a 2story structure 24x50 feet This desk i an automatic bycicle ballbearing hinged affair and the best in the market Trustees who desire to fix their schools up with the latest and best furniture should see o write Prof Cord TO Till PKAF dA d sofno the head by Jr Nicholson Artificial Ear Drums gave = 10000 to hii Institute so that deaf people unable to procure the Ear Drums may have them free Address No 4486 The Nichole- oInstitute 780 Eighth Avenue New 4ly A meeting at the Murphy school house on Stillwater closed Sunday s and the result was that 10 or 1 were baptised Revs Charley Gar rison Henry Madden and a Mr Lane conducted the services andI much interest was manifested WANTEDA position in school or family is desired by a lady grad uate j experienced in teaching Eng lish branches music and the Ian guages Testimonials given Ad dress stating terms Teacher Box Ut Warrenton N C610e Judge and Mrs Swango will not go to Grassy Lick as announced recently that trade having falle through They are now here but expect to locate at Spencer soon WANTED An agent in every county in Eastern Kentucky to sell White Sewing Machines Hust ling men are the only kind tha need apply and to them I can of fer special inducmeuts Write to J T GEVEDON 4243tf Hazel Green Mrs Ellen Swango and daughter andIf t 0 1 1 Family Reuiioa The friends of Abo and Chap Swango and others will meet at the graveyard at the Swango place above Stillwater bridge on the 18th to make some repairs to graves clean up the brush etc There are seven of the Swnugo family family buried there side by side including Dave and Chap Swango who were both captains in the con forate army and of the same company Chap was killed not far frrm Campton and Dave at Mt Sterling They wore each members of the Eighth Kentucky at one time and afterward belonged to the Tenth cavalry On the oc casion of this meeting at the graveyard the sword of Capt Dave Swango will bo on exhibition Abe Swango was the father of Uncle Harry now an octogenarian and the grandfather of Captains Davo and Chap There will bo dinner on the ground and a very large crowd is anticipated THE HERALD for 12 months and 5000 for 100 is a great big bargain awaiting the mate who can figure the total vote of Ohio Mae sachusetts and Iowa See Try particuJars Miss Mable Crosse the music teacher at Hazel Green academy has been confined to her home at Hiram Ohio for the past seven weeks with typhoid fever and onI that account was not present when the academy opened for business Her brother and sister have also been down with thy same fever and at that point typhoid fever I has been in epidemic form Bug He Banfl Fresh Lemons Royal Rrtaccaroni Brown C Sugar 6c Cranulated 7c Arbucle coffee 12 12Good Green Coffee lOc and 124c f1All other goods in proper tion CECIL BROS Judge Swango and Hon 110 Mize were at Campton court on Monday and say that the only Haws they heard was that John Coffee the republican candidate for state senator was shaking hands with the dear people and booming his chances for election But Mr Sublett will bo his Coffey cooler The topic for the sermon at the Christian church on Sunday even ing the 8th will be What Saves us 7 The Intermediate Things This will be the third sermon iin answer to the question What- a Saves Us 7- t FOR SALEA scholarship in th KentuckyUniversity at this office some young man can save several dollars tf IThe Mt Zion Association of United Baptists will moot at Low Gap Magoffin county tomorrows Friday Squire Josh Wheeler of Menefee county will attend Vitate Ore will relieve you of all aches and pains Agents wanted- r stampSpencer Dick Russell and wife yesterday moved to the Godsey property now owned by W T Caskey and will keep house When you have head ache or bytH F Pieratt Hazel Green tf CASTOR IIA 2ForInfants lead Children ih KM YN Hari Always Bight TSTsignature t AN ORDINANCE Ti Replace Vooiei Bridles With Stoma Culverts It is ordered that sealed bIds be received ThursdaySeptember stone culverts in the town of Hazel Green where wooden bridges now are according to plan and specifications now on file at Rosencubic yard and work must be measured after the cul vert are completedW H CORD Chairman Co B ROSE Secretary The Committee on Culverts John M Roe J T Whaley and John B Davis with whom all bids must be filed and the committee reserves the right to reject any torall blds DR J M WALDECK Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY ofIlue1profeMioaal can day or Bigot Obstetrick a specialty i to l oii5 4 LION COFFEE A LUXURY WITHIN THE REACH OF ALLI no mistake MAKEthat my head Is on every package of LION COFFEE 1 you buy It guarantees its purity No coffee is LION COFFEE unless it is in a I pound sealed packet with the head ofa lion an the front Then you get pure coffee the highest grade for the money desafptivelistbysimplypacta ga is the only is which this ttictlicat toilet ii sold SWCB CO TOLEDO OHIO JOHN n DAVIS W J A YII DAVIS 3 MAY 11 II IIu eooeeaoeeo- eSMITNSBUCK W K flS l eoeaeooeeooooasooeoeoooo- l HAZEL GREEN KY Take this opportun ity to inform the pub I lic that they have en gaged lioneahoerCifAKLKY a professional SCHOOLKY uf Lcxini ingtoii Ky who will cure your horse of stumbling interfering forging tie andIiI they hope to receive the patronage of allI people who have a humane feeling for the dumb animal We are also prepared to do all kinds of vehicle buildingwagons buggies hacks 4c anil do all kinds of repairing Charges reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed in every instance Soliciting your patronage we hope by good work and fur treatment to retain a I fair share of it Ucspectfully DAVIS t MAY wtogsOflO JIIe- nT I BUYTUB Gloat c Brag ff pantS 0txx P EZZBATTs DEALEReHAZEL CREEN KY H GK ROBINSON BEATTYVILLE KY General Salesman for R M HUGHES CO LOUISVILLE KY Manufacturers of HighGrade Vlneap lsti idCP1 Solicits orders from the merchants of the mountains and guarantees satisfaction A mail order will receive prompt attention I A new firstclass cafe for ladies and gentlemen has been opened i oppositsl the delicacies of the season ar served in firstclass style Ladies especially are invited- BLUEGRASS + NURSERIES 0SPRING 19O1 0Fruit and Ornamental Trees Shrubs Roses Grapes Small fruits As paragus Rhubarb and everything for rightIIQ1NoI bottom to the actual planter Catalogue on application to H F HILLENMEYERLEXINGTON THE NEW YORK WORLD ALMOST A DULY AT THE PUICK OF A WKKKLY The presidential campaign is over but the world goes on just the same and it iIs full of news To learn this news just as it IsC youhavel I Th ice aWeek Edition of the New York World which comes to the subscriber 156 times a year The Thrice aWeek Worlds dlliBence Ill a publisher of first news has given it circu lation the English language iis spokenand you want it The ThriceaWeek Worlds regular sub scription price is only 100 per year We ofler this unequaled newspaper and THE HAZEL GREIN RALBi together for 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myself people formula ROSE WHEELER PRACTICAL BLACKSMITHS AND WACONMAKERSHAZEL Invite the attention of the farmers of this vi cinity to their im proved facilities for blacksmithing and wagonmaking u well as repair work of all kinds Ii mecllanicsinsures satisfaction jourj fC t S appreciated f ROSE k WHEELER e HOUSEs t HAZEL GREEN KY N B GRAHAM PROPRIETOR This house has recently been refurnished and renovated and under the present man agement will continue to maintain the high homelikeThe table abounds with the best the country affords and the patronage of the public isrrespectfully solicited Sample rooms for commercial tourists Livery stable in connection where horses and vehicles will have the best attentionf Sitiatliis SeemedIceg- radeaecrtultcarefusdedI Write iM51IICaIk toulnelsli MontpraenA- tLlosslTsz Columbus es lklwdYL BlnaJoglun All hone res y F i Difficult DigestionThat Is dyspepsia- It makes life miserable Its suflerers eat not btc use they want to but simply because they musts They know they arc Irritable and reUol but they cannot be otherwise They complain of a bad taste In th mouth a tenderness at the pit of the stom nets an uneasy fetllnc of puffy fulness headache heartburn and what not permat t Hoods Sarsaparilla UUOUB rasa are tho licit cathartic THE HERALD 1 1ton flying visit to Campion on Monday H B Carter of Glasgow Junc tion is here with a feather reno vator J B McGuiro of Whynot Leo county was visiting friends here Monday and TuesdayII itHarry Perkins who has been at f homo sick for tho past few weeks J was in town yesterday IIIrs I Iloso Pioratt and grand lldaughter Gladdis of this Ezel visited I Swango weekI Anna Belle Combs of j 11Mips is visiting friends and jj JL this place this week I Mrs Susan Lykins of Caney has j rented her hotel and will remove to Hazel Green if she can rent a i resithmceII Reports for use ofIt I Illlnnk of public schools for sale o ice1oo 50 cents 200 i j i 75 800100- y i j fromI j I i fromtI r t by Hoods Sarsaparilla the preat tom r ach tonic and cure for DYSPEPSIA I Row H D Adapts of this place I thisbt county j I I Curtis Rose Henry Cecil an I Misses Ora Swango and Anna Wheeler attended the base ball f game at Ezel Saturday last I r Mrs J J Dickey of Campton and Miss Honnou of Chicago were i i visiting Mrs Ellen Swango Tues day afternoon and night I The corncob pipe which wa- I once BO sweet to Mort Pieratt isI j ethrown away and he advises all t I quit smoking and use Vitas Ore I John Davis little boy Clyde IJ is sick and his little daughter 0Myrtiewhowasvisiting her grand I homeoI Arbury Brooks has our thanks I cabbageqpno of whjch measured 39 boaot it Y v R J McLin and family will on I j RosejHill Va whore Mrs McLin and I the children will visit for some l f weeks I j Taylor Johnson was taken WIt h fever on Thursday last and has I F Dr1Nickell cmnIj I I ttJohiJ Pioratt of the Murphy for I Iwas in Monday and subscribed for Trip HERALD for one year for his sister Mrs Dr Silas Rash of Burdette Mo I There was a game of base ball at Ezel Saturday between tho West Liberty and Ezol nines in which tho latter was tho victor by a score 8of18 to five f B W Pursoll Kintersville Pa says he suffered 25 years with piles e mild couldobtain no relief DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve effect ed a permanent cure Counterfeits are worthless H F PIEKATT Mr and Mrs H F Pieratt as 1 children passed a very enjoyable day Sunday at the home of Jim Elkins on Lacy crook whore their daughter Mary has been tho gues for several days d Tylehwill be preached at the family a grave yard on Grassy creek th fifth Sunday after the fourth Sat rurday instead of the fourth Sunday S as was mention in our last issuer by Revs John and James Wh gk Sid Darling 1012 Howar St r Port Huron Mich writes thave tried many pills and laxatis but DoWitts Little Early Ri ers are fur the best pills I have ever used They never gripe H F FIERATT Church Ezteisiei On Sunday evening the 22nd inst the Christian church at Hazell Green will make her annual offer ing for Church Extension Every member of the church is urged to oef housing homeless congregations Tho money is not given away but it is loaned at four per cent inter est and helps to build a new church house every five years Every congregation helped by our Church Extension Board be comes in turn a strong missionary church and every dollar given for building churches is the means of raising three dollars on the ground No disciple can afford to pass this matter by it fs the Lords busi ness you cannot treat it thought lessly Let us have a large offer ing to Church Extension on the fourth Lords Day WM H CORD Minister Christian church Hazel Green Liberal With buy THE CINCINNATI WEEKLY EN QUIRER is offering 56000 in Cash Premiums for nearest correct guesses on the total vote of Ohio Tho election in Ohio occurs on Tuesday November 5th this year and is for a Governor State Officers and Legislators The new Leg islature will choose a United States Senator to succeed Senator For akor TilE ENQUIRER also offers 50 eachweek for the largest club of guesses received during that week This is an excellent chance for obtaining money easy completI trimmed with delicate gray which makes a very pleasing effect on the lye It is the largest residence in townand great pains were taken to ThopaintfI of Mrs Taylor Day who displayed great taste in selecting the tints used in decorating If you want good work apply or write to Sum Wilson at Hazel Green girldfor small family no cow to milk for children to nurse Apply at HERALD OFFICE 1The Glee Club namely Misses Nettie and Anna Wheeler Etta James Sadie Sprinkle Ava and Ora Swango Messrs Carl Mize WardsHenry Cecil and Howard James theohomo of Misses Etta and Carrie Swango just below town on Friday evening Circumstances Altar Cases In eaves of dyepepsiar nervousness eatarrh rheumatism eruptions etethe eireumtaaees may be altered by purifying and enriching the blood with Hood Sarsaparilla Try It Hoods Pills cbiiiouineu headache Sunday School Bible Intitutes conducted by Robert M Hopkins State Sunday School Evangelist of Christian churches at Salyersville Sept 710 Salem Sept 1215 White Oak Sept 1018 West Liberty Sept 1022 herIbought W T Swangos farm and with her little daughter Ella will 1go to Illinois with her brother yearIlothk When you have head ache or neuralgia try Triphene Sold by S S Combs Sons Campton and H F Pieratt Hazel Green tf How To Gaul Flesh Persons have been Known to gain a AIaday by taking EMU4t SION It is strange but it often happens producesdpound seems digestive machinery going properly so that the patient is able ordinarytfore and that is the way the lain riS madezA certain amount of flesh is ifywhaveenot otHyoucan4ithy takhfc MTSfMBlMs WMB l Yeti wiM tW iijs atwsllll its Il f M in wMv eM If yw ate lileiMNl tlletlrttisp 6arlsdwewttaiYsrYrrar- i eoGZilwa aiitgYk 1 1Q01T61OW cJrWr New Yak f it acHeI R rt LAUREL DISTRICT No 25 August 29 1001 The following is a list of grades reached by pupils in IV and V grades on the first monthly ex amination GRADE v 87OraOra Cnndiff 91 Alice SallieFann-ieStamper9iSte-lla f Edwards 89 Doc Coldiron 85 JaR Brewer 87 John OHair 88 Dru Stamper 80 Luther Brown 90 Valentine Brewer 81 Pierce Maloney 80 GRADE IV Emma Brewer 87 Stanley Maloney82Ji-m Brown 90 Plorus Brewer 89 Marlon Edward 87 John Bolyn gg Ova Cundilr 80 Jim OHair 82 Cleveland OHair i81 The pupils are all doing very good work and the school is rap idly progressing under the super vision of A L Atnyx and Miss Emma Halsey- Dont wait until you become chronically constipated but take DeWitts Little Early Risers now and yourliverEasy to take pillsH COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0J9To insure insertion ALL correa byMondaythat nearby on Monday morning Our correspondentsderelict 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 inconvenience SUNNY SIDE G W Cruey and wife of Lacy creek were on this side of the ridge one day last week Ye scribo visited tho family of Mrs Wiley Perkins of Lacy creek WednesdayWe in school Tuesday My 1 What a prospect for a good sthool it is indeed flattering Miss Edna Williams of Clifty has come to go to school and will boardwith her sister Mrs Ova SwangoYe had the pleasure of meeting Miss Lillio Patton of Jackson who is recuperating in this section Mirses Eliza and Elsie Nickell left last Monday for a protracted visit to friends in and around EzelMiss Lillian Evans one of Hazel Greens cleverest daughters passed through here Saturday en route to Boon Mays Bernard and Edgar Howard Clay Brown and others whose names we did not learn passed through here Sunday en route to Hazel Green Nevada Nickell of Dicksville passed through here in company with her grandfather Jones Tues day She will visit relatives near Salem for a week or two Miss Maud Oney of Cynthiana was married at Lexington Aug 21 1801 to Charles Marton of Millersburg This will be news to our Morgan and Magoffin county kinTuesday morning afforded us the pleasure of seeing severalof our old school mates Among them were Will Schullof Whyuot Mat tie Cord of Wedonia and Beulah Thomas of West Liberty Steven Sample and Misses Emma and Rosa L Perkins of Lacy creek Sept 3 SUSIE SUNBEAM CAMPTON BRIEFS Corn Crops cut short in this sectionProf M C Marion wife and little son are spending vacation at CamptonThe of the Baptists will be held at this place begin ning on 13th inet We were glad to have Kash Bros Eli and Bill venture over Satur day Come again boys The school at this place with Prof F D Palmeter as principal upragiMsing nicely Mrs J P Hall of Martinsburg but formerly of this place is visiting friends and relatives here J T Bailey has moved back to his property on Hirams branch We rather believe that Ttyn is not a town man Dewitfe Taylor one of Wolfe countys beet teachers tolls us that he has never had a punishment iin school during this year He believes in the words of the poet Better to rule by love than fear Sept 8 GooGoo EYES LEE CITY Lula Rose is on the sick list this weekRobert Rose was visiting his girl on Grassy yesterday John Evans of Hazel Green was in the city last Sunday- A R Graham has just returned from a business trip to Louisville Charley Rose of Lee City will leave for Cincinnati next Friday to visit his sister Elliot Tolson of Campton has concluded to stay at the city for next few months Asa Roso was visiting on Still water again last Sunday and of course it was his girl Some men got after a fox hero last Firday but he outsharped them and got away safe F P Wilson is in this section with his mowing machine He has just finished cutting for Clay RosePrice and Paris Rose aro buying hogs this week They have just bought a fine lot from D N WellsMr Long Logan a protracted meeting at this place last Thurs day night He preached till last SundayJames A Rose passed through hero last Monday to enroll at the Hazel Green academy for ten months We wish him success- J H Nowland and Mr Johnson of Jackson were the guests of the Dewey Hotel last Tharsday night They were en route to Hazel GreenA said the other day to the teacher My boy is too large to be corrected j but we think he should have said this Ho is too large to get less than sixteen good onesSupt 3 RED JACKET STILLWATER SPARKLES Mrs Cora Tutt was visiting on Stillwater Friday Cortez Ely of Gillmore was on Stillwater Saturday looking very neatThe little child of Granvillo Moore and wife is very ill at this writingMrs Rosa Ellen Bolin and little son Tommy were visiting in Bugle town last week- Grandma Hogg has gone to Campton to spend a few days with friends and relatives Our friend Kelly Kash who is teaching school on Gillmore came over to Stillwater Saturday Peaches are geting in good shape to eat now and thero is a very nice crop of them here Morton Rose Leonard Taylor and Robert L Rose have a large job of making ties and staves on the Trace fork of Stillwater James Ely of Gillmore and his charming little daughter Miss Millie attended the meeting at the Murphy school house Satur dayNewt Swango of Illinois and Frank Cecil and wife of Morgan county were the welcome guests of Mrs Elizabeth Tutt Thursday nightSunday must have been butter fly day for when I was on my way to churoh I saw at least a half bushol in one swarmit is true The meeting at the Murphy school house has been doing ex cellent work the past week There has boon many confessions and nine were baptised into the Baptist and Methodist denominations Sept 8 CRABAPPLE MORGAN COUNTY MIZE MITES C B Perry and son Kolloy made a business trip to Yale last week Miss Lizzie Havens has been visiting on Salt Lick for the past two weeks E H and S S Oldfield sold a bunch of hogs to W T Swango at about 4 eta- Frank Handy and wife have gone to Salt Lick to visit relatives and attend the reunion Mrs Frank Oldfield is very ill with scarlet fever Her little daugter Lottie has been very sick with fever but is improving J T Perry and E H Oldfield left yesterday for Illinois They took with them a jack recently purchased of John M Rose and an irongray stallionthe Gibbs horse They are expecting to sell their stock for a good price in the prairie state Sept8 FINNEY s t I I TRY YOUR LUCK f w Copyrighted by Press Publishing Association Ii 15000INCASHTo Given Awou I I inCashwTHEof Ohio Massachusetts and lowaicast for Gbvernor November 5th 1901 RECKON IN OHIO IOWA WHAT DO YOU ESTIMATE a Mas 1 t t f of paper 1 1 u send I Be write and estimate As as your 1 iJ you a the Mid will your may entitle file a the Press may make as f scuds the f a for eaqli 4VTo aid ill their data The combined Official Vote in these three States in SJl wl811537493 i 1684420 956 cent IStl3 1616422 decrease 404 18II 1533887II 510II IS95II 1576452 277II 1926718II 2222II 1897II 1572109 decrease 1840 S98 1532540 225 789 900 Itltj5i10II 1888 The certificates of the 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BTtry pigs Mafarim Ia Itatlf web department edited by on who bowbow every aamkcr a KM of iafema tloa and nUrUlnmcnt t 6 of this nay be OB fie I once of oar Waahlngtoal eat E G 918 V Washington D C w t 4 CONTAINS THE FOLLOWING fUJCflTIiENTS Oas Short Story Biographical rId Bits 4Popular Scltac Aauttur Photography All the Comforts of Home Tbo Family Lawyer Dcpaftoeat of Health The Editors Half Holiday no QnU Club prize department Tbo Old Cur IoeltySbsp porUOarat andPaitlBM KMM Tbs Cog QaraUe The Flat and What to Do With It seas dtparuotat TIM Story of tJIO World Whm the Days Work is Dow ICeifew AUfu GOOD TIME Clmakv O k1tIt 11 IThe above magazine free for months to new Herald subscribers Copies paper reach Mike eorraagMd Sintrs Street HW qatitlon Stady Tbouaad practical i ItETUOURICaIaI VJiS J A 0 tLpe aw f J v w 4 t1ii 7 K Jlc 3F0 c1 c f w C rt1 a J f v KidneyIi1 I I The Discoverer of SwimsRoot at Work la i Hit Laboratory i There is a disease prevailing in this country most dangerous because so deceptive a Many sudden deaths are caused by Itheart disease pneumonia heart failure z kidneydiseasevance the kidneypoisoned blood will attack the vital organs or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Then the richness of the blood the albumen BrightsDiseaseDr Kilmers SwampRoot the new discovery is the true specific for kidney bladder and urinary troubles It has cured thousands of apparently hopeless cases after all other efforts have failed At druggists in fiftycent and dollar sizes A sample bottle sent free SwampRoot anfpaper I f Angora Goats The Angora goat is probably destined to become one of the mos animalsIand the recent manifestations be ing shown in behalf of the goatsI are something that they have lowh since deserved and the growers have quickly grasped the opportunity F to demonstrate the merits ofr the gout and they have now almostl entirely abolished the prejudice which has so long existed against f the Angora venison as a food t Thero are more goats in this immediate vicinity than there are in any other one community there c i ranginifrom 300 to over 2000 head in each I flock The average price obtained for our mohair for a six months clipwas 23l cents per pound This is a good average and is self evident as to the grades of our goatsThere are four growers of goats s atteutiosII to the breeding of fine stock and the result during the past three years has developed some vary fine stock and for which good prices have been obtained 1 In the writers opinion there i a great future boforo the Angora goat because of its many fine points and tho valuable uses thi can be made of it on a farm The I hair from an Angora makes a fabric that rivals that of silk A good goat will produce from four to six pounds of this class of mohair Jwhich ranges in price from 25 to 40 cents per pound according to the length quality and luster of the hair The most valuable service that t can be had from an Angora goat i on a farm is in clearing brush land There is nothing that kills brushand trees quicker than th constant nibbling away of the ten c der leaves and bark which consti tute the best food for goats altho they will eat any class of food that is fed to domestic animals There is no reason in the world why the Angora venison should not bo con sidered as dainty a meat as that of the deer If the health of the animal is a criterion as to the pu rity of the meat there is no meat as pure as that of the Angora goat E H Johnson in St Louis Republic A Shocking Calamity t Lately befell a railroad laborer writes Dr A Kellott of Willford Ark His foot was badly crushed but Bucklens Arnica salve quick ly cured him Its simply wonder ful for burns boils piles and allI r skin eruptions Its the worlds champion healer Cure guaranteed 25c Sold by J T Day HazelI Green or S S Cumbs Sons Campton Sampson Bissedr Public sentiment regarding theI J b Schlo Sam son controversy is be ing very clearly demonstrated atone of theatres in New York where a clever imitator impersonates i appearance each of the admirals On a recent afternoon and again at night tho audience soundly hiss ed the representation of Sampson and broke into cheers when Schley i appeared The demonstration was xti pronouncedbeca spectatorsdid I conelugA neve failing rearns cure foments eliiosleDclV dttJtI tIedy soothipg and henln Salvep Acceptonly I j Geo W Lane Powamo Mich writes Your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is tho best remedy for indi gestion and stomach trouble that I over used For years I suffered from dyspepsia at times compell ing mo to stay in bed and causing me untold agony I am complete ly cured by Kodol Dyspepsia Cure In recommending it to friends who suffer from indigestion I always offer to pay for it if it fails Thus far I have never paidH F PIEKATT Original Old Sleuth ExUnited States SenatorTom Carter of Montana has tho typo of face that decorated ns it is by neatly trimmed whitechinwhiak or suggests tho typical gentleman farmer as seen in tho cartoons of tho comic paper Tho Senator was coming out of tho WaldorfAstoria tho other morning with an old travclbatteroi handbag in his I I hand As he reached the sidewalk a rather ordinary looking young follow canto up to him and snid IExcuse me but are you not Mr Gray of Atlanta 1 Mr Carter looked at him for u moment in an effort to discern whether the fellow was in earnest or whether this was really the introductory part of the confidence wastthe latter and ho said softly to tho questioner No Bub you didnt como any way near it My name is Vidocq I belong to the Govermont Secret Service and I am tho original Old SleuthIt tale tho young mat long to get out of sight around the careerlany physicians are now pre scribing Kodol Dyspepsia Cure reg ularly having found that it is tit best prescription they can write preparatioigi sary to digest not only some kinds of food but all kind and it therefore cures indigestion and dyspep sia no matter what its cnuse H IF PIKKATT KENTUCKIAN Writes a Terrible Warning tt- i to Wyoming Cattle Men then N Cisco West Liberty Morgan county Kentucky in anI open letter to tho Wyoming Tri bune warts the assassins of Win Nickel and tho men who attempts ed ito assasinate Kels P Nickel and murdered his son that friends sod relatives of the family in Kent tucky will not tolorate any further attack upon tho Nickel familyI Cisco concludes his letter We the friends of tho NickelI family right now warn the hyenas who are seeking the life of Kels P Nickel and his little boys thattt they have gone far enough and1 that wo dont intend for that family to be slaughtered Ifsuch a thing happens there will be anoth er day Again we say to those murderers and assassins beware StratfordaNf One Minute Cough Cure when suf fering with a cough doctors told me was incurable One bottle re lieved me the second and third almost cured Today I Jam a wellI man H F PIKUATT All For Only SlOO For 100 cash in advance youI get THE HEUALD for 12 months the Monthly New York World a 32page magazine for 10 months j Good Times a department maga zine of 16 pages for six months and a guess on the vote of governor in Ohio Massachusetts and Iowa which may bring you 5000 You have anyhow 998 chances of get ting your money back There are 200 prizes of 2 2GO of 1150 0 r 31G0 of 4143of 5 35 of 10 and 10 of 15 each beside 10 prizestj ranging from 25 to 5000 Sure ly you ought to guess close enough to catch something tf Henry Braydon Harris N C says I took medicine 20 years for asthma but one bottlo of Ono Minute Cough Cure did me mot duringthatH F PIEKATT andnwomen to travel and advertise for old established house of 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 gar 355 Caxton Bldg Chicago tf- WANTEDA bright polite boy who can spell read and write to I learn the printers trade 12 to 16 years of age Apply at this office Last Warning Taxes are 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truly yours MORRIS WKCJISLEU 0 SInn os N Y February 1 IJOl DB TAFT B ios MEDICINE Co Gentlem IIi I write this testimonial from n sense of having the wonderful efl ct of your Asthmalcne for the cure of Asthma My wife has been afflicted with panmodic ntttbma for the past 12 years Having exhausted my own as well 1 i mummy chanced to we your sign upon your windows on 130th street New ork I at once obtained of Asthmalene My wife commenced taking it abut t the first of November I very soon noticed n radical improvement After using o 10 the Asthma has disappeared sad she is entirely free from all symptoms 1 feel that I can consistently recommend tbe medicine to all who are with his distressing disease respectfully O lHELPS M D 0- DH TAr Hi os Mnir Co February 5 1101 Gcutleme i I was troubled with Asthma for 22 years I slave tried numerous remedies but they have all I ran across your advertisement and started with a trial b ttle I relief at once I have since purchased your fullsize and 1 m ever grateful 1 have family of four children and for six years was unable to work I am now in the best of health and am doing business every day This te timony you can make such use of as you see fit AlIiA1LCityoEviiiL Bottle JScait Absolutely x onI Receipt oJE Postal Do not II tsp Write at once addressing DR TAFT 1JROS COMPANY 79 East 130th Sew Pjty OLD BY UW DUVGGTT Hoouns L5 W VlOhiskeu w1I IrDIREC FROM DiSTiLlERY TO CONSUMER I I ff1WmXim JIIGS X 200nt j tIag3i19 Old Rye or Bourbon G years old per gallon 250 N Hawaiis Old liyo or Bourbon 7 years old j per gallon 275 C Hagans Old Rye or Bourbon 3 years old per gallon 300 1WHISKEY CASES will 4 full quarts of Hagans Rye or Bourbon 10 years old for 850 0 full quarts for or 12 full quarts for 1000 packed in plain case no marks with corkscrew and etched glass express charges prepaid do not prepay express charges on whiskey under 3 per gallon tSZISSSE DRINK HACANS RYE I SPKCIAT PRICE LIST Wo qnote following Brands of whiskies bottled and cased hj Stoll Co Lexington Old Elk 4s 12 bottles case 1200 Old JElk 4s jII 600 Bond Lillard 4e 12 bottles per case 1200 Bond Lillard 4s 6II 600 Bond Lillard 5s 12II I 1100 Bond Lillard 5s jII II 550 Old oc 12 bottles case 1000 G bottles per case 500 Ashland 5s 12 bottle case 1000 j 0 bottles case 500 Old Elk is bottled in bond and also free j other whiskies at bottled free only You run no risk whatever in sending us order We guarantee every shipment wo make to be exactly as represented If goods are not entirely satisfactory ship them back and money allfremittances payable to The Hagan DintiliiHg Company References The Lexington City National Dank or Stoll Co largest distiller in State Address THE HAGAN DISTILLING Co LEXINGTON KY A A Farm tar Sale I will sell my farm of 159 ACRES JConsisting of 80 acres of cleared more than half of which in grass and the rest in good oak timber with one Good Frame Dwelling Rouse of four rooms and a good drilled well uf never failing water and outhouses cribs andstables also two tenant houses is a Fine Vein of the BEST COAL which thousand bushels are sold each year The farm is one and one half miles from Hazel A good bargain can be made by applying in person or writing to WM H CoRD Hazel Green Ky J L There tho cases cures failsThe Villa trial bottle good cannot good mom I with throat cured I your disease and thought a trial trial like charm bottle Rev I YORK 11lPOI Diet TAFT Your Asthma and Fever its troubles which with Alter AVON duty tested skill others bottle bottle afflicted Yours D failed found bottle ret Street York u IN We send 500 We the Ky per Tarr per per per the about There Green Rabbi your your ind1tst t aiII WINCHESTER KY N H WIT ERSPOON President KD HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 10000000 Surplus 2000000 Handsome deposit of 40421648 This Bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and offers its customers every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking octlSly Cu A LYNCH REPRESENTING ABNER BARNES J CO Wholesale Dry Goods Notions CHARLESTON W VA Solicits a share of your patronage and ub you to hold as order for wm KEEP COOL Ladies of Wolfe Countyii 2000 Pairs Boys Linen Pants Worth 25 Cents a Pair at bc1 It iPflfI 400 Mens Linen Suitsll Former Price 400 atII I r 121 je4Hi i 250 Beautiful Flannelette Coats and Pants for Men a- t1lO 11- r I i I r JJI S nnIi I i jjII WORTH ti thJLatestLOUIS AND GUS STRAU TEXTNftTOftr TTV I j I State College of Kentucky Time Agricultural mid Mechanical State College of Kentucky offers the following courses of study viz Agricultural Horticultural Chemical Ilionglca MathematicalI Normal chool Olanical Mechanical IRniriiiming 1Jvlcptrical Engineering Civil Engineering each of which extends over four years and leads n a decree Postgraduate courses of study are also provided lending eacii to n mas facultybi County Appointees receive tuition room rent in dormitories fuel timid lights and if they remain ten months traveling cXI uses The laboratories and museums are large well equipped con prehenaivc and modern The lSt Legislaturei appropriated 30000 for a college home for young women awli a drill hell Pod jjrinuaiuwi has been provided fur mien Military tactics and science flre fully owlefoiiIPdJ rdcnjired by CongroMirailuutc positionKi ability of the college to supply Lust year the matriculation list was U20 For catalogues method of obtaining appointment informatior regarding courses of tdy and terijij of admi ioili Apply to JAMES K ATTERSON PtitX Lk IL Preside Or to Prof D C FHAZEF Business Manager Lcxingt 1tItJFnll Term begins September 10th 1001 W R CRAWFORD cc CO Live Stock Commission Merchants FOR TIlt SALE OF Cattle Hogs Sheep Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI 0 ALSO Bourbon Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY We have an Eastern outlet fof all iltirable stock ht bijhcfct pricey Consignments solicited AH correspondence cheerfully nns ertJ BayAR AYtiT-wIC LEEil l4t9E OCE S9MAIN STREET9 LEXINGTON KY o fmTThc patronage of mountain merchants is respectfully solic itod and all orders will have prompt attention J T DAY MERCHANDISEeHAZEL GREEN KY Has in stock stock of everylinobuying and as ho buys he is shipping in Our stock is so much larger houseindorbuy because you will know we undersell HUGHES CHill TONIC IALATADLE Better than Cnlomeland Quinine Con t ring no Arsenic THE OLD UKLIAHLK BSCBIiIiBHB As well as Sure Cure for Chills and Fevers Swamp Fevers and Bilious Fevers Justwhat you need at this season IT NEVER AIIs Mild La= tto Nervous Sedative Spleidid Tonic Guaranteed Try It Dont take any inbitltnto At DrocsUU Roe aDdl nettle SCCCKSSWOUTII KNOWING Forty yean success in the South proves Hughes Tonic great rem edy fur Chills dcall malarial fevers OF EVERY 0 ANDPROMPTLy THIS OFFICE AND INALL CASES Silver Wgain Eggs I have WyandotteEggs These Are Thoroughbred Buy a setting raise some THOROUGH BRED CHICKENS and you will be no longer satisfied with the COMMON STOCK First call first served ROBERT I CORD 33 Hazel Green Ky b rL f TIHKSavesninf tiltIinr SpringFallandMalarial tuteleaaant fiBHBBAIi SONICa a PItrPAlt IJ DY I COINCORPORATKD LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 0o iI DESCRIPTION SATISFACTION GUARANTEED I IHAZEL GREEN PROPHIETOR- KY refurnishedandpresent rnan highreputation homelikemeDLThecountryaffordsurespectfullyforcommercial horsesand l f wr r 1IrVITI 1111110 110 1O10000 H LQBEJ un H NATURES DOCTOR FOR MANKIND ij i IT CURES i Rheumatism Diptheria La Grippe Brights Disease Blood Poisoning Kidney Liver and Stomach Troubles Female Complaint Catarrh and General Debfljty IT CURESWH- EN ALL ELSE FAILS I HD1D THE TESTIMONY OP TWO WELL KNOWN CITIZENS OP WOLFE Mr Cooper Hazel Green Ky I purchased some of the Vitro Qrp of anqafterVitaOre Elixer my nerves were as steady as when I was 1Q years of age and I aw now past 75 For more than a year I had been trying all time patent medicines and nostrums I could hear of to build myself up but nothing did me any good until I used Vitie Ore which my wife brought me from your house After using it a week I went out and didthree days as hardwork as I have done in 25 years and I was riot more fatigued than orkItand I want everybody in the mountains to know what it did for me so they may try it Hoping every one who has that buyVitroOreI 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 wire and forhimin it because we had tried so many things that did no good I have also wed Vita Ore and am stronger and in better health than for years which I attribute to its use MRS SOUTHEY LACY Lacy Creek Ky June 11901 JfiVitajOre is Ia package which makes 1 quart of Elixer DoseOne teaspoonful in glass of water Mailed to any address on receipt of price Address SPENCER COOPER HAZEL GREEN KY