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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l 0 4040boeoe0so0oeeoo4oteooo0s0T5OOQOO II- II 6g IN PRIZESj 1 j iiSEEMW I r THE HERALDEstablishedStory of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell SEVENTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1901 NUMBER 9 I Oi1AOmtrsttI Mostt PopularI Mostt WidelyI I CirculatedI t d andd Mostt Quotedt d Paper In the KentuckyI MountainsAlwsrladvaaeeI 1I 1CASTO For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signatureof 4 In- Use For Over Thirty Years IIABUSINESS i S S in is at berviee positions under Government ers to teach our Branches in other I phers and Bookkeepers for the best FREE First Lessons in Shorthand ner mailed free on application CASIORIAEstablished l EARN A SCHOLARSHIP FREE by b explainsWRITEIN WRITING be sure to state you c HERALD t Address B jjTh In u trial D D C f OF The Pioneer andd Leader in NEW AND APPROVED a Pays 40 per cent oer Redeems all HAS PAID CUSTOMERS IN THREE 53 WEEKS OVER OWED d 70 AnnU V L U VpfUUUU fjtflla patrons are among the in all the different callings of life JMF Keops its promises to tho standing and capacity Address 7 J H fJ F COMMISSION MERCHANTS FOR TIlE SALE OF GattIBHOgSSnBBD and LAMBS i Union Stocsyvards CINCINNATI o Long L lance Telephone WEST 101 S Liberal cash advancy made upon consignments and sales guaranteed fijiFGot Yon PIiIltiIUI at TIE pe IUiDlI s PUBS FAST MAIL SERVICE Makbl eljrd FeT Claim Ho lea Our TNt win Travel Over 200 I I Mlle an Hour Wnballhladpost master general to transmit postal matter to Europe WMInltedbutbeyondinto details until he received advices from Washington- I have he said made the offer but supposed that my attorney alone knew of it It would interfere with my plans were I to state just how I purpose to achieve the result but my scheme is feasible I have been in conference with a celebrated electrician working out my ideas and have progressed to a point where I may put it to a prac tical test Electricity will be the motive power and the vehicle will be a car which with safety may travel over sea and land at a speed bf from 200 to 300 miles an hour If the government sees fit to make a conditional contract with me I ex pect to demonstrate the success of my invention at an early date- I am irritated that the matter has gotten into the newspapers but I hope to take the work up in earnest with the post office department Until the contract is made I must refuse to particularize Out oa HI Fad star Count Gabriel Kcpcrev a first lieutenant in one of the Honved hus tar regimentsaid a dispatch to tho London Daily Mall from UudaPcsth hUB been formally degraded in Szegcdia before the whole regiment lie made a dining bet that he would out off the right ear of one of his heat friends Caspar Kunyo with his Caber He thou approached the unsuspecting Kaajro and slashed off the err Kanyo shot at Kepezey with his revolver but missed him Then turning to the mirror and seeing himself without the ear he turned his re volver against himself tad f11 dead The colonel in degrading Kepezey warned the officers of the regiment against debauchery and druukeu UIlIiS A Shlrtwalt Wedalaj A ahirtwaist wedding took place at Belvidere N J the other day All the invited guests appeared at the church in the latest popular apparel bride and groom being the UIIp theme lews TUsT We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that connot be cured by Halls Ca tarrh Curo P J CHENEY tit Co Props Toledo O We tho undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honor able in all business transactions financially ablo to carry out any obligations made by their firm WEST TRUAX Wholesale Drug gists Toledo 0 WALDING KINNAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0- Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price 75c per bottle Sold by all Druggists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the best Haa Tbrllllast A tara Daniel Origgs the son of Former Attorney General John W Griggs has recently had some thrilling ex periences on the borders of Mexico where he was sent by the international boundary commission with Chief Engineer Cunningham Six weeks ago the two started dowa the Bio Orande river Soon after passing El Paso Mr Cunningham was bitten by a moccasin and his life was threat ened They pushed on however and 30 miles below Eagle Pass Mr Cunningham boat was upset and he was drownod Origgs was unable to recover the body end he returned to Eagle Pass for assistance Ia pall- Ing through a canyon Mr OriggV boat was upset and he was carried down the long canyon clinging to the Ida of the full craft WorkiiiNiMaidDay The busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was made is Dr Kings New Life Pills These pills change weakness into BtrengthliBt lesaness into energy brainfag into mental power Theyre wond erful in building up the health Only 25c per box Sold by J T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sons Campton 2ilfa c JAPAN IS UP TO DATE Rich of the Country Growing Richer and the Poor Poorer Bro i HUnya Iwanokl lays III Nation U Heady to Profit by Example of Other Nations In Solution of Industrial Problem Baron Hisaya Ixvasakl who is said to be one of the wcathiest of the mikado subjects has just sailed for England from New York with two of his brothers and three other fellow countrymen In discussing the condi tion of JUlian he said that in his native llaud the rich were growing richer and the poor growing poorer Have you any poor in Japan he askedWe he answered and they arc continually increasing in numbers The rich are growing richer and the poor poorer although the change is gradual It Is due to the in troduction of thu now industrial eye tern The baron said he was glad to see the new system introduced but ht did not like the accompanying disparity between the rich anti the poor When asked if anybody had hit on a remedy he saidThat will have to be found by po litical economists wont itP Then he added with a smile Do you think you have solved the problem here Pcrhu s the only real remedy is socialistic We hall lhe glad to see you put one into effect and then we may follow your example Right Rev John McKim Episcopal missionary bishop of Tokio Japan has arrived in New York on his way to the general convention of his church which is to be held in San Francisco early in the fall Bishop McKim speaking of the religious con ditions in Japan at the present time saidThe religious awakening of which we in Japan have heard so much can hardly be regarded us of permanent benefit Some years ago there wax n similar one but its effects sour died out Tire Japanese ore a very excitable race they are quickly brought to a religious white heat cooliiur oiTnpnin almost as quickly As a rule after n revival movement the percentage of those falling away from Christianity is greater than before The Japanese too lire a very in different race iin regard to religious matters generally Nominally they are almost all ISudilhisU with Trhans a sprinkling of Shlntolans but it can be safely said that Japan has no na tionalchurch Success in missionary effort de pends largely upon the proper organi zation of the system of management For that reason Methodist workers in Japan are more successful than the Baptists Congregationalists arc not now making the progress that was made by that body some years ago Congregationalist policy seems to be one of disintegration and muiiy of its converts become rationalists Our church appears to be making more headway and what appears to be more permanent progress than any other body A Night of Terror Awful anxiety was felt for the widow of the brave General Burn ham of Machias Mo when the doctors said she would diu from Pneumonia before morning writes Mrs S H Lincoln who attended her that fearful night but she beg ged for Dr Kings New Discovery which had more than once saved her lifeand cured her of Consumption After taking she slept all night Further use entirely cured her This marvellous medicine is guaranteed to cure all Throat Chestand Lung Diseases Only We and 100 Trial bottles free at J Taylor Day Hazel Green and S S Combs Sons Campton drug stores A Future Great One Shoe When a mother puts away her baby first shoe it is with the half expressed belief that some day the State Historical society will send for it A Shocking Calamity Lately befell a railroad laborer writes Dr A Kellett of Willford ArkcCHis foot was badly crushed but Bucklens Arnica salvo quick ly cured him Its simply wonder ful for burns boils piles and all skin eruptions Its the worlds champion healer Cure guaranteed 25c Sold by J T Day Hazel Green or S S Cumbs Sons Campton J t 1ri iJ PACIFIC OCEAN TURNS RED I A Most RpmarUnltlp 1hrnomr Ii wit nesed Alouu the Call I fornia Count I shocksIIi Pacific ocpini Within a distance IlheIii mills along the Los Angelesj shore line ttc waters hereto fore clear and of the usual greenish rotor have txcomr a leas c itta red This color line extends oT shore for several miles and is so dixtastcful to the Uh family that they have pone far into the ocean to seek clear er waters At night this colored scX water gives oil a phosphorescent light that enables one to read average print At certain points along the bench the wuter has turned into sweetI water that can lie drunk No theory iis advauivd except that in the Pacific oil the coast the earthquake openedj a fissure that forces fresh water andj colored matter to the surface andj the latter is drifting to the shore A tidal wave followed the earthquake Largo picture frames 10x20 for S0s to 125 sold by other for 250 to fJOO Small frames in endless variety Large mantle mirrors French hoe glass for 325 worth 500 100 mirrors for G0 Fancily bible for 125 f worth tOO Other valuable arti cles at reduced priests I am closing out to quit the business at this placo COIMD at onco or you willI got left J T GEVEHON Haze Green Ky MeNubb Property flraTf of Chief Seattle The city of Seattle is to cure hereafter for the grave of the Indian chief of that name Geo W Lane Powamo Mich writes Your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is tho best ruined for tutu I gestion and stomach trouble that I over used For years I suffered1 front dy pep ia at times compell ing mo to stay in bed and causing mo untold agony I am complete ly cured by Kodol Dyspepsia Cure In recommending it to frionls who suffer from indigestion I always otter to pay for it if it fails Tims fur I have never paid II F PIERATT CANT SECURE CHEAP POSTAGE Br ltw BBllnB of Port OM Returned Copies of a Paper Are Shot Oat from Poud Rate Under the old regulations It was possible for a newsdealer to send back unsold copies of a secondclass paper to another newsdealer at the pound rate This privilege was not extended to the office of publications as the regulations were drafted and it was supposed to have been made in the interest of the large news companies which in that way could control considerable circulation of the newspapers because they could receive back unsold copies from their agents at the pound rate while tho publishers would have to pay four times as much There has been a feeling in congress that this application of pound rates to the return of unsold copies either to news agents or to publish ers was a perversion of the original law which was intended to keep down the price to actual subscribers and was not meant to reduce the ex j penses of the ol ice of publication The order issued by the postmaster general recently prevents the return of unsold copies at the rate of one per cent per pound They will hove to pay the regular rate of one cent for four ounces tho same as ordi nary newspapers and periodicals mailed by Individuals This prohibi tion as to the unsold copies applies both to the news agents and the pub ushers All For Only SlOO For 100 cash in advance you get TUB HERALD for 12 months tho Monthly New York World a 32pago magazine for 10 months 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 getting your money hack There are 200 prizes of 2 200 of 1 180 of 3160 of 4 142 of 5 35 of 10 and 10 of 15 each beside 10 prizes ranging from 25 to 5000 Sure ly you enght to guess closo enough to catch something tf f Ir DOGES PALACE IN PERILS UUtorlo B4lfle tm Veda TfcMM card br the Water ol the Adrtatts IRccent cablegrams from Venice an nounce that the historic city is tin immediate danger of being engulfed by the waters of the Adriatic For some days a conference has been iin progress attended by the highest en gineering authorities of Italy who are endeavoring to formulate some plan by which the beautiful city can 1tc protected from the sea The bers agree that the danger is pees ing in the extreme The experts have decided that the palace of the doges Is in extreme periL The majestic structure face the lagoon and nothing but the to esplanade culled the RIva degli Schl avoni intervenes between it and the higtidecored1er floor of the palace Gradually the 1stout foundations of the majestic edi flee have been undermined until now there is seerhetisionThe Palazzo Ducale was flit built in 820 This structure tie scene of so mapy stirring events iin Venetian history was burned In 1419 The palace wan rebuilt under Mo cenigo and Foscari Ins restored form it still stands The first hammer stroke upon the old palace of Ziani says Ruskin was the first act of the period properly called the Renaissance It was the knell of the architecture of Venice and of Venice itself Law School to be Contiiuei Thu trustees of the new Central1 University of Danville met in Lex ington Sept 3 After the installation of the trustees all actions taken at former times were ratifiedI by the trustees It was decided that the law school should be con tinned but that it should be run under different management from 1the literary college and that the trustees of the university should not bo held accountable for it expenses Owing to this was no means to insure the paying of salaries of tho professors so that exGovernor Knott the for mer dean of the school and C R Breckinridge who were offered the place have declined to accept un der these terms Marion Davis of St Louis has been offered the place and is likely to accept Liberal With Mosey TIlE CINCINNATI WEEKLY Ex QUIKKR is offering 56000 in CashI Premiums for nearest correct guesses on the total voto of Ohio The election in Ohio occurs on Tuesday November 5th this year and is for a Governor State Officers and Legislators Tho now Leg islature will choose a United States Senator to succeed Senator For aker THE ENQUIRER also offers 50 each week for tho largest club of guesses received during that week This is an excellent chance for obtaining money easy The funeral of Monroe Van cleave who died April 1 1901 will be preached at the Caskey school house in Morgan county on the first Sunday in October Rev G M Center and others will conduct the services James H Swango of TerreHaute Ind and Frank OHair of Bush ton Ill wore hero visiting relatives and friends Mr OHair is the son of Emelino OHair a sister of Judge Swango and is therefore a cousin of Jimmies Do you want a business education Ifso write Prof B B Jones Lexington or come to this office and receive a scholarship We can save you 10 Gordon Wells ye oldtime jig dancer was in town one day last week Ho is now at Patsy Estill county but traveling and selling medicine Jeff May who has boon in busi noBsjwith John Davis since tho first of tho year moved back to Farmers last Friday Kmcllah B bIa Maheems- About 25080 robin redbnasU an exported from England annuli WTEnTrustworthy men and women 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 Manager 855 Caxton Bldg Chicago tf IIIIIIIIIIIIIIr I 1500000 IN PRIZES L SEE PAGE 3 COUNTY + DIRECTORY CIUCUIT COURT FourthMondayinSeptember 1 DAVID B REDWINE Judge tA F BYRD CommonwealtheAttorney J F VANBANTbfttatetCommissiaaer- C a HANKS Trustee Jury Fund 0COUNTY COURT First Monday in each month 1 JudgerA T COMBS Sheriff AttorneyISAAC GEO W SALLEY Assessor SurveyorFRANK MAGISTRATES COURTS TIME OF HOLDING AND OFFICIALS SUOCKIYMagistrate courtSECONn RosJRstable fVitirt t Tt Canjhuvetubere MegHEaRy ConstableCourtMay August and November FOURTH DI9TRIGTIt FebruaryttMagistrate WM SrENER Court days First Friday June September and December FIFTH t SIXTUJ N CHAMBERS Magistrate in both districts DA BANKS Constable Court days Friday November in February May August YIDtt BoLINMagistrate t MnrcbJJuneDecemberJOiavFatMagistrate time for holding court 1 nEasfieme Railway ftoIa Table U Effect June 30 1901 1 EAST BOUND IIXo 2 STATIONS Daily ex No 4 I Sunday Daily I PMLve AM Lye Lexington 2 25 jini 7 40 am Winchester 3 10 pm 8 25 am LEJuucn 3 22 pin 8 37 am Clay City 3 56 pni I 13 am Stantou 4 00 pm 9 23 am NatBridge 4 35 pui 9 51 am Torrent 4 Ill lmlO 08 Beattyve Jc 5 11 lmllO 29 11mII Jackson C 15 pmll 30 WEST BOUND A STATIONS No1jj 1Jackaon1 am pm Lexington 10 lOam 6 05 pm J R BARR Genl Manager TIN CHAS AND SCOTT t 1T1 i STONES 1 cfrOVlSVlLLE DILLER + BENNETT WHOLESALE flIRNITU1tEThe Wholesale ffveDealer in the South LomSYllle Ky JL SIHflBHflluU CO Manufacturers and Jobbers of MEWS BOYSCLOTHINC 607 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY tj1WHOLESALE 508512 W MAIN STREET J LOUISVILLE KY CAVEAT TROK MARKS OOPYRIQKTRAiioDLRI NI- eadyrraola dlrettW-evs tte costs lees betta x- driw leL L lslrt flC- rtes Met ui = tali =spslal settee stases h 0 i E TI E Cl- EllllE Vfi e P r A a ir ME HERALD Editortttc HAZEL GREEN KY I I THURSDAY September 12 1901 I l I I I I t I +mnoun EmEnr + I I I Fair Asst ior I We are authorized to announce ELIJAHj ROSE of Stillwater as A candidate for the t office of Asirssor subject only to the willl of the people at theas expressed polls o- n Tuesday November 5 100- 1J t DEMOCRATIC rICKE For State Senator 3lth District C D SUBLETTof County For Representative 91st District JESSE P MORRISoft County THE COUNTY TICKET IForJudgeJ W CONGLETON f FULKSft L Fr ClerkW S TUTT For Shcritr T F STAMPER For Supt SchoolsJ W TAULBEE For Jailer J B LITTLE For Assessor S N HOBBS For Coroner FRANK SAMPLES J bb Election Tuesday Nov 5 1901 zt ELSEVVHEIIE under the capti0- lira Potts Explains we ptibIi n curd from that lady in refero11- to her letter to tho Lexington 1Moruing ksiuHerald and our remar about certain parts of it Now as wo said last week wo do not believe that Mrs Potts intended to insult tho mountain people but in substituting the word vacuity i for voracity it seems to us that judged from an intellectual standpoint j she adds insult to injury She says nothing about tho terms rs expressionless and only a blank k behind to which we made objec tion and then tells us that vacuity should have been used instead of voracity which is only another term to indicate idiocy certainly in the sense she uses it Silo says she did not refer to our settlementj or our school But she was writing o from Wolfe county and THE HERALD being cosmopolitan takesjj in not only tho county but all the mountain country and when sheII I assails the mountain people sheII treads upon our toes While notII a native wo have cast our lot withII these people Wo are one of the t and a fling at one of thorn is felt1 t by us as keenly as though we wereII aunitedtheir virtues and their vices and while we aro always ready to deII fend the one wo are just as wulmn- t to admit the other But Mrs Potts picked a case as wo suggest ed last week and applied it to th natives us a class That is wron and no one knows it better tha she for whilo some of tho best I people on Gods footstool live iin Lexington it would not do to dig down for a type that can there be1 1found and apply the charactor tott all her citizens Mrs Potts was writing for pastime and Panderin- yto the tastes of society and her k explanation could easily have been h couched in tho sentenco I did not expect my letter to meet tho scrutiny of mountain people th0 t think so and to reiterate that she t had no intent of insulting people ofthe mountains Her wrong was c in classing the natives according q ton type she had in mind and the j perniciouIn s t poopthp e belief that mountaineera are horn ed and hoofed as it were d thecakessooner that view iis Van uislie TV the bettor for all 1 Send 1 for SxtT 1 y i h FMDAY last being presidents day at the PanAmerican Exposi tion at Buffalo New York Presi dent AIcKiuloy and wife a niece of tho president and two nieces of Mrs McKinley accompanied by i Private Secretary Cortelyou were f at the exposition Tho president was receiving his friends and ehakevI ing hands with many of his countrymen I when a man stepped up who had one hand wrapped in n h n korchiefshook hands with tho president and fired twice directly I shotIne t and fell harmless But the second1 shot struck him in tho abdomen four inches to the right of tho I naval The president when shot I morcjII two secret service men present and1 a negro who had just shaken hands with the president andl hurried away to a place of con finement The presidents wounds wore examined and pronounced1 fatal But since that encouragin- reports as to his condition aro being sent out and the excitementt has subsided The assassin claim- to be an anarchist and that he was I prompted to the deed from hear ing an incendiary lecture by Emma anarchIistslice and did tho deed in tho cause bejliov1 anarchists allover the country are 1being watched There can now no doubt us to tho presidents beIIII covery null it iis another of the eilicacy of prayer for physicians first announced theIi t I there was no hope Then it wee s j that tho Christian people prayt d the Almighty that our chief e ecutive might bo spared to his people and He in His wisdom granted their request The hnsI of the assassin is Leon F Czolgos and ho claims Detroit Itch as his home There is talk of expolll i h ing Emma Goldman and others uf her ilk from our country and eve ry true American will vote aye to i the move itMrs Potts Explanation hLEXINGTOx KY Sept 9 ceDEAR atlas1 marked copy of THE HERALD has come to me which I am severely attacked and ignominiously routed hecauslj I I ofa letter written by mo fromIi Torrent to the Lexington Mornj ing Herald I regret that youl l quoted the objectionable parai graph with its typographical orij rors The most cursory glall of the educated eye should have detected that voracity could not have boon the word untended Isus the lines stand I am merely made to say that tho mountain countenance looks hungry or gluttonous What I did say in tho orginal copy was that the utter vacuity of tho mountain countenance as it has appeared to me is a study I referred not to your sottle meats or your schools I am fully aware of the work of development that is going on among your peo pie and am a regular contributor both of cash and traveling liter ature to that worthy cause I was not speaking of possibilities but of Almter that letter was written I was piloted to church at Zachariah byI ll exceedingly intelligent old mountain gentleman There I met most interesting evens ing of joining in tho worship who at my own request they came over Tore rentcgYou sauY am kindly disposed I would not wilfully or willingly offend may add that in a lifetime of writ ing for the press this seems to be first instance of thoughtless comment I am sorry if I have angwounded j d et if you had met the people III met at tho date of my letter and had seen what I saw you would probably have said what I said iif indeed you said anything at all Ihich is where it comes in Fraternally yours EUGENIA D POTTS Henry Pieratt bought all the picture frames the agent of the Chicago Portrait Co had left eve and is selling them 50 per cent themTheyou want one youd better move in a Itm as thoy are going like hot tfdThe annual meeting of the Christian church will begin today at alem and hold over Sunday j Tip Day Kills Another Man Tho report comes to us that Tip Day who shot and killed Howard I Wilson and who has slate been a fugitive from justice on Sunday 1 last shot n young man by the I f name of Millard Ledforda second or third cousin of his This how er appears to have been an ac cidont and it seem that thoy wore really on good terms Day from alll accounts iis a man of wonderful I11Aa mnetlS111l ifriendship ho has built up a fol lowing in Menefoe county which includes nearly all who know him gctIto keep him informed of any move against him which they do Per souallynliO he is said to be a jolly good fellow in the language of one who knows him That he is a man of nervs there is no quos flea Led ford died from the shot iii a short tine- stop Death Off 1E B MiKiday a lawyer of lIen gravess very low wit i malarial fever nUll jaundice I persuaded him to try coalythoirI1 This remedy expels malaria kids disease gurnu and purifies the blocd aids digestion regulates canI stipation dys pepsia nervous eases kidney troubles female complaints jives perfect health Only f0 cents at J Taylor Day Hazel Green or S S Combs + Sous Camptt n drug stores Ground BroKe for the Academy Clark of the firm of Clark IIr w 10 have the contract for building t ie academy was hero Saturday taxi remained until Mon foundaXbell the dimensions being 77x55i feet John Ml Rose has the con tract for excavating for the base ment which rill bo four feet be low mud fou feet above ground and above tnis will be two story I including an assembly room t jseat 500 people Mr Clark lc I toI ifor homo Monday evening A Snowdon S S m have the cuutra to manufacture the brick of which there will be used 150000 on the building 1h basement story will1 be stone IIWaNTFI1 position in scbo l Ior family is desired by a lady grad auto experienced in teaching Eng lush brunches music and the lan 6 IuanReaI dress stating terms Teacher BoxI 34 Varrenton X C G10 ceThe Feather Renovaters The National Feather Washing Company which is located with at present and will be hero for some time with their now process of washing have mot with much favor among our people as last weeks work shows thoy having duringithe week and they will do equally as well this week if not better They cleansed two beds for the editor and his better seveneighths andwo take pleasure in rocom mending them Their ad in next weeks issue will be of especial interest to you Watch for it aa u it will bear testimony from our best citizens TO TIIK DEAF A sick lady cured of her deafness and noises in the head by Dr Nicholson Artificial Err Drums gave 10000 to hisI Institute so that deaf people unable to thennfree Address No 44SG The Nicholson Institute 780 Eighth Avenue NewYork Yn Will Build a Depot The Ohio it Kentucky railroad has bought of Frank Pros Wilson three acres of ground on neeIr Henry where they j will eruct a depot This is about five miles from Hazel Green and if that corporation will put the freight rate down it will catch the traffic from and to this and other nearby towns TilE HERALD for 12 months and bigbargainsu figure the total vote of Ohio Ma sachusetts and Iowa See Tr particularsTouring the Mountains Mrs John T Barnett iiiist titrp view of writing up the character istics of the people was at Hazellthe Green last week and among other things took kodac views to illus trace her writings She left yesterday morning for Torrent and from there goes to Berea She i connected with the C W B M and lives at Indianapolis Ind ltr t1 t- 1f I INTERSTATE FAIR Tbe First Exhibition of the Kind Ever Given in the South Tho first intorstato fair ever given in the South will take place at the grounds of the Now Louis ville Jockey Club Louisville IKy beginning Sept 23rl and closing Oct 5th Exhibits of all kinds including 1 live stock poultry soronls and manufactured articles will be shown It is expected that every southern state will ho represented in some of the departments Already ithe fair has attracted outside at ttention and entries are Icing received every day for the various classes Live stock exhibits will undoubtedly bo the most complete thoI South hay iverseen Tho live stock committee has offered fifteen i ithousand 15000 dollars in premiums I and purses which has at i trotted entries from nearly ten j states Tho Hereford and Short Horn Record Association have ad dod fivo thousand 5000 dollars to Jtho premium momiy to bo dis tributes among these classes of cattle Special prizes have Noeli also offered for horses sheep and1 swineAnother atItrnctingfrom the young people of tho South I iiis tho Athletic program and 5000 dollars FivethousII j fared in prizes to the Recordbreakers winllcrliII all amateurs of the and ovary event will number itsj contestants a holiier of a worMs I record Theprogran will consist f I I running rotes relav races hurdle I race shotput ham nor throw polo vault broad jump nigh jump and discus throw Tho association lhas arranged a I comploto midway for which some I I of tho very Vaudeville performers of tho United States havo been en1 gaged Will S locia prominent I i CincinnatiIhas tillS feature in charge and ho j j has spout pome weeks in New York in engaging talent Some ofthoatjj tractions of the fair will be Th Japanese theatre Turkish theatre the streets of the Orient animal1 arena congrss of dancing girls German village and a number of high class Vaudeville shows Tho nighlt andclay giving anopj portunity to see the fair in tho afternoon and evening ITho railroads have been very liberal in matter of rates and hayu j granted one faro for the round1 trip from all the prominent pointsall in Kentucky These tickets will bo on sale the first throe days off each week and will be limited tto return three days after tho fair Buy Ke Banal Fresh Royal LemonsII Brown C Sugar 6c I Granulated 7c I Arbucle coffee 12 21Good Green Coffee lOc and liMc E Allothor inL goods propor tion CECIL BROS j FOR SALlA scholarship in the Commercial College of Kentucky I University By early application at this oflico some young man can I save several dollars tf Little Mallie Coldiron daughter I of George Coldiron and wife both deceasedwas a visitor to this ofii fice one day last week and is just j tho sumo bright little jewel oxj copt that she has improvedas when she was awarded tho premi jj urn for being tho best looking girl baby at our fair fivo or six years ago CASTORIAForI Tfii Kind You Have Always Bought 7 j Bears the Signature of rAN ORDINANCE To Replace Wooden Bridges WithI Stone CulvertshIt is ordered that sealed bids be received to 12 oclock noon on Thursday Septem ber bah 1901 for the purpose of putting I stone culverts in the town of Hazel Green where wooden bridges now are according plans and specifications now on file at I store room of John M1 Pose Bids must be made by the cubic yard and work must be measured after the cul verts are completed W II CORD Chairman C B ROSE Secretary MsIt with whom all bids must be filed and Davistthe t committee reserves the right to reject any or all bids I a YoungWomen The entry into womanhood is a critical time for a girl LhUe menstrual disorders started at that time soon grow into fatal comolications That female troubles arc filling graveyards proves this Wine of Cardui estab laixs aElinJtssand natural menstrual flow When once this Important function is started right a healthy life will youqandCardui There is nothing like it to give women freedom lions pain and to fit young women for every duty of life SIx bottles at druggists Miss Della M Strayer Tully Kant HII have suffered untold pain at menstrual pe riods for a long time was nervous kid no appetite and lost Interest In everything In act was miserable I have taken four bottles of Wine of Cudul with Thedfords Olak Draught when needed end today I eicitirtly cured I cannot express the 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WACONMAKERS HAZEL GREEN KY 11 Invite the attention of the vilcinity proved facilities for blacksmithing and wagonmaking well as repair work of all kinds A full force of first class insures promptness in the execution 8SIf Imull tion casesHuggy work i entrusted to tIaod making our specialties Your patronage is reo spcctfully solicitedand 11preciatedROSE ft WHEELER a DAY HOUSE HAZEL GREEN KY N B GRAHAM PRorniCTOE 1 refurnishedand rdpresent man bightreputation JJ IlomelilteThe table abounds with the best departmentIaffords respectfully and the solicited patronage of I 1commercial iandattention jJj Situations Securedt ialM Loallin Ussey ty BuslnoseII ii1IcJtIIir I a What are Humors 7aj t j They arc vitiated or morbid fluids coun j Ing the veins and nffectinK the thsn The are commonly due to detective diges Lion but are soniftinus inherited How do they nrnlfest themselves r In many forms of cutaneous eruption salt rheum or eczema pimples and bolls and in weakness lanmsor ptneral debility How are they ulcllt t Iy I Hoods Sarsaparilla which also builds up the system that suffered from theta h1sIIII It is the best medicine fur nil w ThE HERALD I i I i I MrsI Alice 1ierntt spent luls1j I day on Lacy creek at tho homo of j Jim Elkins f II A littio daughter of Ten Hrowors of Stillwntor died on Monday night of rosoolo complicated with jI I llux I H B Carter who ia renovating I beds at this place last week reno I voted 90 beds and did not arrivo hero until Tuesday J jiERVOUS troublesl sire cured by HoiMls isireiurilli which en riches amidl imrilie the blood It ki time bet medicine for nervous PEOPLE Mrs Lou Mize threw the first j I r shovel of dirt from tho foundation J Joftho new academy building after which active operations at onco began I itiWill Alexander of Daysboro is i Harry Perkins delivering i iportraitit time Leroy Boggs who has been quite I III sick for some weeks was so far Iiconvalescod on Monday that he started to West Liberty to attend l tho institute Tho child of Joe Roses of Still i water who was reported sickn l week or so ago has recovered and j isrr i now sick with roseolo Tout Troy who was formerly 1 1with 1 T Day and later with Day i Bros Co at Jackson has acjI Dayzi Dont wait until you a chronically constipated becomeII DeWitts Little Early Risers now and then They will keep your I liver find bowels in good order Easy to tale Safe pills iUF PiEKATT i irs Lou Day who has boen quite sick for several weeks past j with erysipelas iis still confined to her btd and suffering tho most ox cruciating paim- WANTEDImmediately a girl iIii to cook wash and iron for small family no cow to milk nor chil f atfffMisses Mattie mid Annie CopeI I of Breathitt were the guests of I John Ward and wife Sunday night and left for homo Monday They visited at Lee City the latter part of last week Sid Darling 1012 Howard St K haveKDoWitts Little Early Risers are far the best pills I have over used s They never gripe II F PIEUATT W W McGuire of West Liberty was a guest of Dr Waldeck Mon day night and loft Tuesday morn ing to tako depositions in a case 4between Bishop and Miles Little I Prof Cord is teaching the Mor gan county institute at West Lib erty this week his placo at tho academy being filled by Noah Cisco whose place is tilled by Miss Lula Evans B W Pursoll Kintorsville Pa says ho suffered 25 years with piles and could obtain no relief until DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve effect ed a permanent cure Counterfeits aro worthless H F PIEUATT Dr Andy Nickell was called by I telephone to Big Cauoy on Monday night to see his niece Miss Lula Lewis who has boon complaining for a mouth past with some trouble that baffles tho skill of physicians A personal letter from Curt Picratt who belongs to the oJ S cavalry now in the Philippines brings tho news that hoc item p lates eating his Christmas dinner rwith tho old folks and friends a Hazol Green s lt John M Rose on Saturday closed trade for SCO white oak trees 18 inches and up clear of bark lyiD aon the waters of Grassy creek near Salem church in MorganI county Expert timber men Bay this is the finest boundary ofr MrIdI I Ohio Kentucky railroad IItho Finch Mort Pieratt an l Cnl Cumliir each havo taken a contract on time now academy Finch am Cundiff will oxen va PiorattIwith John 11 Roses team to ns sit will haul tho sand rockc WA TlmAn agent in every county in Eastern Kentucky to sell1 White Sowing Machinos Hust ling mon aro the only kind that need apply and to them I can of for special inducments Write to GEVEDONfHazel Green II1213tf Dr Waldock was called to Trum bo Nickells on Grassy near Sellers Ito seo his son Ollie and Miss Lou ellen Jones a girl who lives with his family Tho latter was very ill and neighbors present at her bedside on Monday night were fearful as to her recovery Henry Nickell and wife of Okla homa were hero Tuesday doing some shopping and Mr Nickell availed of the opportunity to subscribe to THE HERALD his post oillce being Rogers It was his first visit to Hazel Greets in about six years When you havo head ache or neuralgia try Triphene Sold by SS Combs Sons Campton and II F Pieratt Hazel Green tf Ella James whose illness has been reported heretofore is still confined to his bod and his wife jwas taken down Saturday night KmoryjJnme9fathor first named was also taken sick on Thursday I This makes three down with fever in one houseIi lL J McLin and family left this j perjI i McLin and childron will visit there for two or three weeks Mr McLin will in the meantime vibrato between that point and business in torests in Kentucky II Duly Feed Man and Steed Feed your nerves also if you would have them HooJIHoods Pills cure constipation PrIces Irhc crowd at Daysboro Sunday to attend the funeral of Uncle Barry Little is variously estimated at from 700 to 1200 people Thoro was an abundance of dinner on the ground good order prevailed and all who attended speak in high terms of the event orIII F Pieratt Hazel Green tf On Monday Sam Wilson put a hard oil finish on Mrs Roe Nick madoIoutfspecialty Mrs Lola Jones nee Adams we understand is dangerously ill of typhoid fever at her home in Lexington Vita Ore will relieve you of all aches and pains Agents wanted Apply to or address with stamp Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Blank School Reports for use of teachers of public schools for sale at this office 100 50 cents 200 51 800 10- 0Does the I I I Baby Thrive If not something must be wrong with its food If the mothers milk doesnt nour ish it she needs SCOTTS EMULSION It supplies the elements of fat required for the baby If baby is not artifiqalfood Scotts Emulsion Half a teaspoonful three or four times a day in Its bottle will hava the desired effect It set to have a magical effect upon babies and children A fiftycent the will prove the truth ofbur statements Should be token la tummer uwelt ma winter drosbbt York ro r t1 COUNTY NEWS NOTES BIDEgfamilyIMrs Lydia Jolla Stamper and daughter passed through here Sun day en route to Campton ancl1laryBronnomonY night at ths placo CruodLacy creok are back in school They expect to complete tho course this year toE L Noble a prominent busi byhoroway fathers near Maytown William Shackolford wife and daughter of Paxton Breathitt county took in tho funeral service at Daysboro Sunday Mrs Jane Spencer wife of the late Tom Spencer of Gillmore was visiting her sister Mrs Noise Nickell Sunday and Monday Taylor and Cap Hurst and two sisters Fannio aud Lillian ofi Frozen creek Broathitt county wero seen in Daysboro Sunday Callie Onoy who is toaching in Breathitt county in company with Bruce Cundifl visited her mother i at this place from Friday till Mon dayMisses Anna and Mattio Cope of Breathitt county took in tho meeting at Daysboro Sunday and stayed over night with tho family I of John Ward Alonzo Cisco of Morgan county and a pupil of Hazol Green acad omy last year passed through hereII Saturday on route to Hazel Green j j J IHe is teaching in Magoffin county IIdayIII 1 I It was indeed a treat to meet with I him onco more We never hail a I1 teacher that we did not think will of but Mr Swango was our special and it was ho who gave us undersigned name when we ourII little tot in his classes I I 11byletIItersI I coase wo felt complimented to be able in our weakness to interest him I Sept 10 SUSIE SDXBEAU LANE LILIES t Ye scribe mado a visit to CnmpII ton Saturday on business Sunday was Bro Dickeys meet 1 ing day at Elkins chapel 1 T C Sherman passed through hero Friday en route to Frozen crook Miss Della Johnson was a guest of Misses Effio and Loon Elkins some fow days ago Our young friend G W King went to the big funeral meeting at I Daysboro Sunday I Miss Della J Johnson ouo of I Eves fairest daughters was a most I pleasant visitor and entertainer of the Sewell family Saturday and Sunday of last week- S H Kash of Stillwater was among us one day of last weok 1 Sam is a jolly good follow full of witty sayings young man of pure i politics and we are always glad to have him with us On last Sunday one of our neighbor boys Tim Gibbs became greatly intoxicated and thought the only thing for him to do was to hunt for trouble Late in tho I afternoon he met up with Bruce Torrell with whom ho had trouble some fow days before After speak i ing a word or two to each other j I so I was informed Gibbs emptied I t I Terrelljnotj took to his j at Master Campton heclsII there Wo very j have him leave as ho was one of j our pupils He mado us a depart ing speech boforo leaving which pupils and teacher will romomber j He said Teacher and school mates I am sorry and sad to tell you that this is my last day to bo in school with you for awhile III am going to visit my brother andjj sister and their families of CampII ton While I am there I will go to school and I assure you my classmates that I will be up with you in my studies when I returnI So wishing you much success inI your studies and wishing too that you will be good boys and girls and obey your teacher ant got no whippings unless you uood them I now bid you adieu 1IJI Sept 10 nosh Mrs Ellen Pieratt is visiting her daughter Mrs Grant Thomas of Boattyville LEE CITY Carl Day of Jackson is in tho city on business A littio child of John Maddox died on the 5th inst John Graham of Noola was in f the city last wookIj Kelly Kash of Landsaw was the city lust Saturday inI Arthur Lykins of Campton was in tho city last Wednesday I i John Coffee of Morgan is in this i I partelectioneering this wekIi I Mr McLin of Hazel Green is in our town this week on busilllssI I Clay Arnett of Johnson passed I through tho city last Thursday I Jerry Dunn of MagoiHn was inff j the city last Tuesday on business iI Dr Nickoll was called to the bedsido of Lula Rose who is very sickMr Hutchinsonthu stave dealer is in the city on business this weekWillie Walter was in town last Tuesday looking of course for n stavo job H Krish time grocorynmuwns represented hero among our mer chants last Tuesday Maggie Waltor a very charming young lady is visiting her sister of this place Charley Patrick of this place sold a fino milk cow to Roy Cooper last Tuesday for 20 Mr Wise who is selling sewing machines was tho guest of tho Dewey Hotel lost Tuesday night The contractor of tho HazolI Green academy passed through here last Saturday un route toI Hazel Groom Noah Taylor of Hazel GreenI hauled a nice load of goods to theI J Taylor Days store of this place last Wednesday Heath Bartloy was in the city last week with n threshing ma chine Ho threshed a fino lot of wheat for D R Wells last Saturday Roy Cooper of West Virginia bought a house and lot of Henry Patrick paying him j200 for it Mr Patrick will move up the branch from tho city now There were several who attended the meeting at Daysboro Sunday and among them wore Asa Rose IIoy and Cleveland Allen The boys report a lively time and that there were more people there than ever before Tho pupils of tho school at this place had a spelling match last Friday afternoon After the match was decided tho teacher arranged them in a ringaudgave outtothom who sit down whoa they misspelled- a word The two last to sit down were Miss Rena Anderson and IissI Halah Rose who represented cachI side These two young ladies spollI od thirty minutes without missing a word after the rest of tho school had sat down but at time end ofI the time named above Miss Rona misspelled at word which thoI other caught Supt 10 Rim JACKET CAMPTON BRIEFS- J W Congleton attended the funeral at Daysboro Sunday Lotchor Byrd of Glencairn vis ited his father Saturday and Sun dayMiss Malvory Smith daughter of Samp Smith is very low with eonsurnILieuITho Boron College faculty will hold camp meeting in this place beginning 27th inst Chicken slaying is all the go in CamptonmakiLg ready for the association Friday Miss Froh the music teacher for the K W A arrived this week and is ready for business Miss Lilian Evans who is teach fag at Spencer Gap this county visited Campton Sunday Mrs James Fulks of Bear town is very low at this writing with flux She is not expected to ro coverK B Trimble of Pomroyton Menofeo county visited the family of J W Congleton from Friday until Sunday- G W Kanawha of Mariba Mon ofoo county has purchased a lot in Campton Ho is intonding to oroct a building and movo his family hero shortly Miss Zella Gish who has been visiting Jonas Vansaut and family during the summer loft Saturday morning for Willmoro college where sho will graduate this year Dowitt Taylor accompanied by yo scribe attended tho funeral of Uncle Harry Littlo at Daysboro Sunday There was sheep on tho ground and of course wo fared sumptuouslySept GooGoo EYES f r 1 l 1 TRY YOUR LUCKj Copyrighted by Press Publishing Association Ii 1IoooINS To Be Given Away THE PRESS PUBLISHINC ASSOCIATION will giro SISOOO in Cash Prizes to those making the nearest estimate on the combined Official Vote 7f I1of Ohio Massachusetts and lowajcast for Governor November 5th 1901 2OOOOOOwTRECKON MASS 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success department 1 The Story of World When the DaIWork Is Done Staple Copy Mr HMAiUnfl lftltlm6 GOOD TIMES CelunthiM O Ii The above magazine free for months to new Herald subscribers i I our correspondent G W Washington CrCx t FOLLOWING xi the HOTEHKAD9KnreIom e GE OURI Letterhead Catl i al aa Sl tttetrtatalatklElALDo1r t r G1LOPOFF THE TALKING POW I By Tudor Jenks Author of Im aginations The Boys Book of Explorations etc Picturest by Howard IL Cort j 12mo cloth hand onlu cover design 12 full page illustrations 100 r There is no doubt as to Mr Jenks position in literature ho is one of ti ytt and all ho gives us is good reading Iris books are sources of delight from beginning to end and favorites among parents who judii ciously select what their children readaI Gnlojoir is a story of modern childlife and in telling it the author has done his work nut only well but delightfully well All tl characters he introduces are lovable and likable all but Gudgins and his brief hour is so brief that we do t not mind him in the least He simply has to be in ti book for tho authors quick sense of humor must present a foil to agreeable people young and ul that his vigorous imagination hi gladftoi have Guilgiijs and GnlopotT en joyed him to It would bverYhard to find two more charming little girls than Lola and Pauline They deserve the pleasant surroundings Mr Junks has given them and they deserve GalopoiV was there ever such anothericreaturo as GalopolT t so amusing and BO talented with a convincing philosophy and descriptive powjers equal to any de mands upon theta 1 And Patrick how he did enjoy catching th- fishTho fish that laughed me face The bookie a series of delightful incidents and vivacious conversations between the little girls I i iandthe talking pony and in t tolling of each the well known artistic touch of the author is easily discerned It is a book for you people to read and love fre l 4 realand amusing from first last and it is beautifully illus i beicommission with an enthusiasm and perfect appreciation that have produced the happiest results In short Galopoff the Talking Pony is Mr Jenks delight fancy at its best To rend it is to spend some very pleasant hours and to be better for the recreation It is a modern book modern noAliceJ1in Henry Altemus x Company Philadelphia Many physicians are now p scribing Kodol Dyspepsia Cure regularly having found that it is the best prescription they can write0 because it is the one preparati which contains the elements necessary to digest not only some kinds of food but all kind and it there t dysptp H F PIERATT His Will Contested Frank Brown recently died California worth 100000 made devisals to several parties in Grant county Ky to t- j amount of 25000 The remainder flofhis property was left to John Brown who lives in Cincinnati Proceedings have been taken to contest the will J C Tomlin l suitlendtor attEokr ney employedr after matters at that end Norris Silver North Stratford N H I purchased a bottle One Minute Cough Cure when s ufof fering with a cough doctors told me was incurable One bottle re lieved me the second and third al most cured Today I ram a wellI man H F PIERATT A Plutocrat Pauper Mary Nolan who has long been begging on the streets of Louisville was arrested Sept 8 as a vagrant I On the way to the jailshe complained i povertygD rous protests it was found that Mshehad 467 secreted in the skirt of her dress The money was in kinAPds and denominations Henry Bra don Harris N C1 I rs yeaJOneMinmoregooany during that time Best Cough Cure H F PIEIUTT isAnnt Polly Hanks i erit was ass sinl1ted on Laurel It ivild1ed war t iJta Illo a day 1 i net z week agedover 90i t year tI 1 lay Be Impeached A report from Frankfort says there is a likelihood that the next legislature may be asked to im peach certain judges in Southeastern Kentucky for their refuse1 to deliver vp to justice Derry Howard and John Powers who stand indicted for complicity in the Goobel assassination One Judge it is urged released Powers under illegal habeas corpus pro ceedings and another and higher Judge saw Berry Howard outer h courtroom with the sheriff and did rhoisheriff at that time had a bench warrant in his pocket for Howards arrest from the Franklin Circuit Court 11er A andNT1Iwomen 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 selfaddressedestamped envelope Address Mana ger 355 Caxton Bldg Chicago tf drDivorced In Old Age 8Rev D J K Maddox a well known minister whose homo is in 1Ohio county last week filed n suitI for divorce at Owensboro The ac tion was vcnued theta because it is tho place of the wifes residence The ground alleged is abandon ment Some time ago a committee of his church before who m Rev Maddox brought tho matter jjustified his separation from hl wife but the facts were kept from tho public Mrs Maddox is a second wife and the minister is an old man atDecember and June iuWilliam Payne aged 85 a wealthy farmer living near the Woodford county linolast Wednesday at Ashlaud Ky was wedded Lexiuheg ton aged 50 This is Mr Paynes fifth marriage told no man ever congratulationngs gsho wetto1 known prominent families YASTEnA bright polito boy who can spell read and write to llearn the printers trade 12 to 1G years of ago Apply at this ollice ToldfurIf the truth is being told about the condition of Admiral Sampson r the yellow journals which havo thfore macb11 to answer for Cleveland Leader Last Warning Taxes are now due and must be repaid or property sold Call today and settle II F PlEUATT D S 11lizeronFlem Butler a decrepit hn crazy old negro died in squalor in a cabin near Nicholasville Just before death he told where he had hidden 450 which ho requested be given to the son of his old master inA cutHeand sores is DeWitts Witch Hazel Sa ve 1eA most soothing and healing rem edy for all skin affections Acceptt only the genuine H F PIEItA Suicided on Second Trial Ed Hayden a saloonkeeper at StanleyDavicsscountyconlmittetor d throughfwas socou attempt He was unmarried Ex cessive drink was the cause Theyre After Him Tom Thorp the negro who killed Deputy Sheriff Bowman in Pan Team last week was seen at Se dalia 20 miles south of Mayfield gaveIA Ghastly Find Lon Stevens living four miles from Hartford Ky last Wednes day found the body of a child iu a stock well on the farm of John Long Officials at Hartford will investigate the matter want the Hero of Duluth Alumni of Central University are making a strenuous effort to secure Governor Proctor Knotts retention as Dean of the law de partment of the university SnipectThere outinA Alger contemplates breaking into public life once nlorethisO time bway of the senate of the United Stn esNewark 0 News Charley Turner wellknown to many of our people died in pov arty at Mt Sterling last weekI 4 k- S ASTHMA CURE FREE AHtl1malen UxiLCgs XnHtnnt Del1et nnd 1TcxnuLnent Ctre In Ml C etA SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAl WRITE YOUR NU AND 1UIIRFSS PLAINLY i rFwNt fJltss I 8 acres cleared one and and one There is nothing like APTHMAIENK It brings instant relief oven in worst cases It cures when all el failsThe C of Villa Ridge III S3 IIIe Your trial of in condition cannot tell you how I feel for the good derived rom it I was a slave chained with putrid sore throat and for 10 years I despaired ever being cured I saw your advertisement for the cure of tormenting disease Asthma and hadtholljlhtJou pverspoken yourselves give it a To astonishment the acted like a Send me a fullsize GDr Morris of the Cong Bnai Israel NKW January 8 1901 Das linos MEDICINE Co Gentlemen Your Asthmalene In in cellent for Asthma and Hay Fey and its composition alleviates all with Asthma Its BUCCCM is astonishing and wonderful ha ing it carefully analyzed we can state that Atthmalene contains IIAfter ine chloroform or ether truly yours REV DR MORRIS WECHSLER N Y February 1 1901 Dr TAFT Bios MEDICINE Co Gentleme i I write this testimonial from a sears of duty tested the wonderful eflt ct of your Asthmalene for the cure of Asthma My wife has been alllicted with i pastnodic asthma for the past 12 years Having exhausted my own skill m well many others to see your sign upon your on 130th street New Y rk I at once obtained of Astbrnaltne My wife commenced taking it abou the first of November I very soon noticed a radical improvement After using on bottle the Asthma has disappearedand she in entirely free from all symptoms I feel I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who are respectfullys PHELPS M D 0DR TAFT BR s MED Co February fl 1901 Gentlemei I was with Asthma for 2J years I have tried numerous but hey have all failed Iran across your advertisement and started with a trial bo tie I found relief at once I have since purdinned your fullsize and Ian ever grateful I have family of four and for six years was unable to ork I am now in the best of health and am doing business every day This tes imony vou can make such use of as you see tit Home add ess Lfc Rivington street SRAPHAEL 67 East 12Jth street New York City TtfJUi1 Bottle Sent AfcaolutcOTy UTttce on Receipt of Postal Do not day Write at once addressing DR TAFT MEDICINE COMPANY 19 East 130th Street New York City OLD 1i1EaL DRIICrGK5T i HODonsLm e Whiskey 11lii DIRECrw FROM DISTILLERY TO CONSUMER II rJpoffYVY rfVFr7Y WHISKEY IN JUGS Hagans Old Rye or Bourbon 4 years old per gallon 200 Hagans Old IRye or Bourbon U years old per gallon 250 1 Hagans Old Rye or Bourbon 7 years old por gallon 275qb1 Hagans Old Rye or Bourbon S years old por gallon 300Jr ICrof WHISKEY 1N CASES fWe will send 4 full quarts of Hagans Rye or Bourbon 10 yen 1old for 850 G full quarts for 500 or 12 full quarts for 1000 packed in case no marks with corkscrew and glass express charges prepaid Wo do not express charges on whiskey under 3 per gallon FrlIISKEATDRINK HACANS RYE II SPECIAL PRICE LIST We quote the following Brands of whiskies bottled and cased Stoll Co Lexington Ky 1200t000TrBond Lillard 4s12 per case 1200 Bond Lillard 4s GOO Bond Lillard 5s 12Ii I 1100 Bond Lillard 5s U 550 Old 5c 12 bottles per case 1000 G bottles per case 500 Ashland 5s 12 per case 1000 G bottles per case 500 Old Elk is bottled in bond and also free the other whiskies are bottled free only You run no risk whatever in sending ue order We guarantee every shipment we make to be exactly as represented If goods are not entirely satisfactory ship them back and your No allyrremittances payable to The Hagan Distilling Company References Tho Lexington City National Bank or Stoll Co largest distiller in State Address THE HAGAN DISTILLING Co LEXINGTON KY A Farm tar Sale will sell my farm of 169 ACRESConsisting ofabout or more than half of which is in grass and the rest in good oak timber with Good Frame Dwelling House of four rooms ana a good drilled well never failing water outhouses cribs stables also two houses There is a Fine Vein of the BEST COAL irom which several thousand bushels are sold each year The farm is one and lbargainson or writing to WM H CORD Hazel Green Ky Fq I r Kr I the Rev F WELLS bottle Asthma lene received good I thankful I I Asthma of this trial my trial charm bottle Rev Rabbi YORK TAFT remedy troubles which combine Very Avox Srmxos having a chanced windows bottle that troubled remedies bottle children BROS plain etched prepay PURE by bottles 6Ii 6IiTarr bottle i your tenant O Windltntr 15alfkr WINCHESTER KY N H PresidentR Cwhier Paid up Capital 10000000J Surplus 2000000 40421648Thismer- chants farmers trader and business men KentuckYIand anathelimitslegitimate of Ce A LYNCH BEPBK8ENTINO COWMisali CHARLESTON W VA Solicit andubJ KEEP COOL x Ladies of Wolfe County 2000 Pairs Boys Linen Pants 0Worth 25 Cents a Pair at loci ALiftffl 400 Mens Linen Suits Former Price 400 atII I r1q1 1E4 l 250 Beautiful Flannelette i i i i noCoatsand PantsI for Men at 11- a Ii iitJIS D WORTH X600 I Ii 111LatestLOUIS rlLEXINGTOt rl rateo1iltLilt The Agricultural and Mechanicall State College of Kentucky offers the following courses of study viz Agricultural Horticultural Chrniicnl Biological Mathematical Normal Jchool Clastirai Mechanical Engineering Electrical Engineering Civil lhgree11IfacultyTheCounty Appointees receive tuition room rent in dormitories fuel and lights and if they remain ten months traveling expenses The laboratories and museums are large well equipped comprehensive and modern The last Legislature appropriated 30000 for a college home for young women and a drill hall and gymnasium hue beenI provided for men byCongresspositionability of the college to supply last year the matriculation lUt was CJO For catalogues method of obtaining appointments information regarding courses of study and terms of admission apply to JAMES K PATTERSON Ph D LL D President KyIi W R CRAWFORD CO Live Stock Commission MerchantsFOR THE SALE OF SheepCincinnati ALSO Bourbon Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY Consignment1I0Iicitelansweredra tTMLEIHOLES iLE ROCERS1YIAIN9 LEXINGTON KY 0JtfThe patronage of mountain merchants is respectfully solic ited and all orders will have prompt attention J T DAY DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE HAZEL GREEN KY Has in stock stock of everysoycltie9buyiug houseinwo un dorbuy because you will know we undersell HUGHES CHILL TONIC PALATA1ILK Better than Calomeland Quinine Centring no Arsenic THE OLD BKLIA1ILK TIME BXCSIBSS 70HICAs well as a Sure Cure for Chills and Fevers Swamp Fever and Bilious Fevers Just what you need this season IT NEVER FAILS Mild Laxative Heron SeiatiTe Spleiiid Teiic Guaranteed Try It Dont take nay mibilltnte Uracriiti Soc and MI Hema 8UCCES8WOUTH KNOWING Forty years success in the South proves Hujthes Tonic a great rem edy for Chills Saall malarial fevers 0 0 t OF EVERY DESCRIPTION it Tit tNEATLYPROMPTLY CHEAPLY EXECUTED AND AT OFFICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED silver With Eggs I have for sale now Silver Wyandotte at 100 for 13 Ties ArtrThoroikbred THOROUGHBREL STOCKSSTOCKFillttROD T L 33 Hazel CORDjj jitt tt1il ji LOOK A STIUCII IN tastedeasaotFall andMalarialtheliverS1HB1AL at At BYI CO THIS INALL CASES Eggs i I IEVERY+ PAIR PANTS OF Made andLeg SHIRTSAreBetter Style Than Any Other r DayHAZEL KYK 1iJit t1JJii U REGAIN YOUR HEALTH VIm I IfY 1 i Ii1 r 1 OREf 011 III 001 U 00 NATURES DOCTOR FOR MANKIND fr A IT CURES Rheumatism Diptheria La Crippe Brights Disease Blood Poisoning Kidney Liver and Stomach Troubles Female Complaint Catarrh and Ceneral Debility IT CURESWHEN ALL ELSE 1 FfllI 5- Tr l MAD THE TESTMOHY OP TWO WELL Don CITIZENS OP WOLFE Mr Cooper Hazel Green Ky I purchased some of the Vitae Ore ow you in the latter part of March and 2alterVitc0re Elixer my nerves were as study j as when I was 16 years of age and I am now past 7S For more than a year I had been trying all the patent medicines and nostrums I could hear of to build myself up but nothing did me any good until I used Vitro 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 thanIYorkItworld- and Iwant everybody in the mountains to know what it did for mo so they may try it Hoping every one who has that buyVitnOreI remain thankfully yours for putting me on to this remedy JAMES LACY I can vouch for every word Mr Lacy says in the above Iam his wife and bought 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 wed Vitae Ore and am stronger and In better health than for years which I attribute to its ns- eIRS SOUTHtY LACY Lacy Creek Ky June 1 1901 IViL e Ore is 1 a package which makes 1 quart of Elixer Dose One i teaspoonful in glawof water Mailed to say address on receipt of price Address I SPENCER COOPER HAZEL CRECN KY 1