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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r g r 1 J S600P- 40t0015OOQOO1 t I IN PR ESII i SEE PA I 1II THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD I I = Established March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell SEVENTEENTH YEARSEPTEMBER 19 1901 NUMBER 101 SlKXCKIt Owner COOPERThe Oldestt Mostt Popular Mostt Widely Circulatedt andd Mostt Quotedt Paper in the Kentuckyt y Mountainset Always PER In VEAIt Ailvnucc CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signatureof In- Use For Over Thirty Years ASTORIA TMa eauuII eopaNY a YO CITY t I = II BUSINESS TRAINING AT THE j LEXINGTON YCOLLEGEGives capitalized result I by preparing for BusinesI Life and Insuring Employ ment to the ambitious an worthy 100 invested in this schoc has been the moans of helping thousands to position cf honor and trust WH1 NOT YOU- GETTING A START i the world is everything WE START YOU WITH A CASH CAPITA I a Business Education i necessary without it such training indispensablE OUR CATALOGUE t nt liniui cur several course and circulars showing yo what others are doing an how YOU can dc likcwis should be in your hand A postal will bring it IF YOUR MEANSare lined m ask for Special Circv lar A telling you ho you can be instructed at home WE PREPARE for Civ leawe pusiuona under Government Selections prepare public school ers to teach cur Branches in other Business Collegesand prepare Stenog pliers and Bookkeepers for the best positions with the best Business Firms FREE First Lessons in Shorthand with Complete Instructions for the beginner mailed free on application EARN A SCHOLARSHIP FREE by working for us at your home durinj spare hours Circular B explains WRITE TODAY naming Course desired IN WRITING be sure to stats you saw our ad in THE HAZEL GREE2 HERALD Address BENJAMIN B JONES President LEXINGTON KY The Illlu1 1rial Mutual llCDosit Co i OE LEXINGTON KY INCORPORATED The Pioneer and Leader in Weekly Investment Field in Kentucky NEW AND APPJIOXED CONTRACT JUST ISSUED Pays 40 per cent oer annum on All Money invested Redeems all Contracts in 156 Weeks 00lIlUEEj 1 1afi RESERVEi1 iU FUNDy 9ANDI9Its patron are among tho leading business men and womei in all tho different callings of lite Keeps its promises to tho letter Run by men of busines standing and capacity Address 77 East Short Lexington Ky J H BAKER Secretary and Manager rJF SADLER ColEarEstablished in 1865 COMMISSION MERCHANTS FOR TIIE SALE OF GaI1ollosSee and LAMBS Union Stock ysfasrClNCINNATI O Long nil ante Telephone WEST 101 Liberal cash advances nalle upon consignments nnd sales gunraut- cedJ 7Qet Yoll1iItiIW 11t TIE JIEIIiD OllIco J 1 ij 1A 111 1 frT1O1t 1 V h i 0I lJi it Sj I I J I President McKinley Victim of l Anarchist Czolgosz is 1 DeadIjIj He Expires at 2 A M Saturday I From Heart Failure 1 J j I jjj j End Came Peacefully After a Hopeless Struggle of HoursFollowing a Last Fond Farewell to His i s f Devoted Wife He Murmured Nearer My f i God to Thee and Slept unconsciouslyki i k GOODBYE ALL GOODBYE ITS GODS I l WAYHIS WILL BE DONE I Lf jj i i S i r ic Ni I J j i p r ILPAN= If MERlcANHet ITI Tom vh t tr L TIm PRESIDENTS WOUNDS WETJE DRESSED l A e Wife Not Present at Bedside t MILBUItNHotsFBUFFALO13t a A M President McKiniey diede at 215 this morning lie was un conscious since 750 P M His last conscious hour on earth was Spoilt with his wife to whom he it llevoted a lifetime of cart umimiisra ter of tho Gospel but his last words were a humble submission E to tho will of thu God in whom he believedlie reconciled to tho cruel fato to which the assassins bullet condemned him and faced death in tho same spirit of calmness and poise which marked his long and honorable career Ilia last conscious words were reduced to writing by Dr Mann who stood at the bedside and when they were uttered wore as follows GOODBYE ALL GOODBYE IT IS GODS WAY HIS WILL BE DONE His relatives and members of his official family were at tho Mil burn house except Secretary Wil lon who did not avail himself of Itho opportunity Sonic others of his personal friends also took leav if him The Last Look This painful ceremony was sim pie Friends came to the door of he sick room and took a longing lance at him and turned tearfully iway lIe practically was uncon icious during this timo But powerful heart stimulants includ ng oxygen wero employed to re itoro him to consciousness for the final parting with his wife Ho asked for her and she sat at his side and held his hand He naolod her and bado her good lye She wont through the heart rying scone with tho saute brav jry and fortitude with which she has borne tho grief of the tragedy vhich ended his life Rage Bouidless The rage of the people of Buffa t1f f WffJ J1 1 t Ilo against theI presidents asassii when they learned that ho was dying l was bOUIHll ESii Death Announced to Cabinet BUFFALO Sept 112i0 a Tho announcement of the JJI to members of the Cabinet 1It1 OCIOCklAt of the Cabinet wero admitted to timo1The understood that Dr Rixey delayed tho announcement momentarily to assure himself j The announcement to those wait ing below was postponed until the members of the family had with drawn Through Secretary CortelJ you tho waiting newspaper mon received notification t Members of the Cabinet Senators Jam close friends remained but a few minutes Then with mournful tread and bowed heads they came out into the darkness and went away not ono among them with dry eyes and some moaned in agony of grief With tho momentary oxcitemont incident upon the announcement of death the entire scene became juo of unmistakable and deep mourning As if nature had lent its aid to tho grieving crowds a dense fog settled like a pall over tho city Tho Milburu house bo mime a tomb of silence Lights not extinguished were dimmed i visitors were denied admittance and the family and their more in timate friends wore speedily lef alone with the distinguished dead Administering the Oath Vice President Roosevelt who now succeeds to tho presidency may take tho oathof office wher vor he happens to hear time rows Che cabinet will of course resign ain a body and President Rooseveltti jill have an opportunity of form Ji ing u new cabinet if ho so desire- A Loving Wifes Tribute I Do you know Maj McKinley asked Mrs McKinley ofa visitor at New Orleans during tho trip across the continent this sprin Ah no ono can know him be cause to appreciate him one mustt know him as I do and I am not speaking now of Maj McKinley as the president I am speaking of him as my husband If any ono could know what it is to have a wife sick complaining always an inva lid fur twentyfive years seldom a day well and yet never a word of unkindness has over passed his lips i he is just the same tender thoughtful kind gentleman I knew when first ho came and sought my baud I know him because I am hiS wife and it is my proudest pleasure to say this not because ho is tho President but because he thatIcoUlli I I love to see him among tho peopl whom he seeks to servo so faith fully But I read his speeches this morning I read all his speeches I only wish that I could help him as I should But ho is so kind so good so patient Ho gives me all time timo ho can He never forgets me no matter how busy ho is But I will be glad when he is out of public life I did not want him to run a second time I thought he had dono enough for tho country and now I know that hey Imas don enough and when his torn ex Aires ho will como homo and we will settle down quietly and ho will belong to me- Body Under Guard Milburn HouseWithin 30 minutes of the death a private of the iUnited States army hospital corp was detailed for duty and took hi position by tho body of tho doad president The Herald is only 1 a year c t Ji ttb Ij f THE JUDGES JOKE ill Was Funny But Left Him With One Unpolished Shoe Judge William Yost of Green iville Ky who is a candidate for atho Kentucky Court of Appeals is ono of the biggest men in the state physically at least for ho stands fi foot 5 inches in his stockings amid has a pair of shoulders like tiloso of a professional prize fight The Judge is a great joker and when in this city recently a boot black called out Shine Sir the Judge looked at him vacantly pro tending to bo deaf and dumb Af tor severalI minutes of sign lan guago ho understood Ho loaned against a building and the boy wont to work Another bootblack appeared and time ono at work aid Youso uuodnt stop dis is all mine SlihI Hell hear yor whisper ud the other iImdoseDscows was the others reply in nj loud voice The second boy looked so astonished at his friends bold nose that the latter laughed and said Say ye chump hos deaf and dumb See 7 Tho other boy who hind been looking with all his eyes at the toneIofugly lookin divil aint he 1 This was too much for the Judge and ho broke into a laugh The boys looked for an inntnntat himj Cant then lied down the street Cleaving the Judge with but one shoo polished to look for another bootblack to make equally pro sentablu the other scow t MiCh1writes from dyspopsia at times compel ing me to stay in bed and causing mo untold agony I am completely cured by Kodol Dyspepsia Cure In recommending it to friends who suffer from indigestion I always Thmttir t 5Ginseng is Very Scarce Ginseng has soared skyhigh Quotations on this favorito root of the Celestials are 425 to47r for the Kentucky product and Alagbama and Mississippi roots Tho advance is not caused by a scarcity of the article but by reason of the fact that the long drouth nuked tho leaves of the weed to fall off leaving no means by which the diggers can locate the roots as the loaves soon blow away There is plenty of ginseng in the ground but the trouble is to find it Demand on tho Kentucky mar ket is good Hows TklsT Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that connot be cured by Halls Ca Carrh Curo FJ CHENEY Co Props Toledo 0 Wo tho undersigned have known F J Cheney for tho last 15 years and believe him perfectly honor able in all business transactions financially able to carry out and obligations made by their firm WEST cL TRUAX Wholesale Drug gists Toledo O WALDINO KINNAK C 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 aro the best Asa Barkloy of Fcaris Lewis county was fatally assaulted it iit alleged by Phister Fry and a mat named Swearington last Wednes day Large picture frames 10x20 foi S5X to 125 sold by others foj 250 to 300 Small frames iI endless varioty Large mantle mirrors French bevel glass foi 825 worth 500 100 mirron for GO Family bible for 125 worth 300 Other valuable arti cles at reduced prices I am closing out to quit tho business at this place Como at once or you will- et loft J T GEVEDON KyMcNabb Propertyi 1500000IN i J SEE PAGE 3 i uouu COUNTY + DIRECTORY + CIRCUIT COURT FourthInilflnv i Monday 1n tDAVIDA F BYUD CommonwcaltliaAttorncy 1 J F VA RAST Master Commissioner C C HANKS Trustee Jury Fund 0COUNTY COURT First Monday in eachmonth G T CENTER Judge oJi tAG B STAMIEK County Attorney f jOEO1JOIIFRANK SAMPLE Coroner- MAGISTRATES jo TIME OF HOLDING A COURTSjj SIlocggyMagistrate r holdingartcourtSECOND ROSEJRisFebruary Mugistrate CunlltablcCourtFebruaryUayFOURTH DlsrmucvK R LKHH Magistrate WM SPENCEH Constable Court days First Friday in March June September and December FIFTH A SixTiiJ N CHAMBERS Magistrate in both districts DAVID HANKS Constable Court days Third Friday in February May August and NovemberSEVENTH DISTRICT B F Born Magistrate POUTER CLARK Constable Court days First Saturday in March June September and December EIOHTH DISTRICT GKOROK OLIVER Magistrate No constable and no set time for holding court Lexington and Eastern Railway- Time Table in Effect June 30 1S01 EAST T3OUND- Ii 02II I STATIONS Hail No II I I I1I11lyIl M Lye A31ILeLexington 2 25 pin 7 10 am Winchester 3 10 pm 8 25 am IiKJuncni 3 22 pui 8 37 am Clay City 3 56 pn a 13 am 06 pm J 23 Dill 35 pm U 51 am 4J 10 OS 5tautonjl pm 11 pm 10 29 nmII 15 pro 11 30 WEST BOUND No I STATIONS Daily ex No3 Sunday Daily aeksop u Slam 2 52 Beattyve Jc 7 26 am 3 2m 1111jjorrent 7 47 am 3 47 Rat Budge 8 01 am 401 pm 1 Canton 8 28 am 4 5 pm Clay City 8 37 am 4 pm LEJuncn 910am 508101 Winchester 9 23 am 10 pm Lexington 10 10 am G 05 pm MrnagerCRABT R MORGAN 8 P A LOUISVILLE TIN AND STOVE COMPANY i Jobbers and Dealers i- nSTOZIE y 5 l Japaned and Tinware c LOVXSVILLE Ity iWHOLESALEi 1 FURNITURE the Largest Exclusive 527 X Kiln StiWholesale Furniture Dealer in the South Louisville Ky l J SnuIUBwortn GO j Manufacturers and Jobbers of MEWS BOYS Se CHILDRENS ClOTHINCI 607 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KYeREH BEVERSON CO ttWHOLESALE J f J SABB1ESY 1 1 508512 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY = x1 AYMATTRAIL MARKS COPYRICHTAJISDIdk f paeastwmrtottaw n- auealNn omeab inns heae ae 1 W L hlsgeMo nu dI aIIgsa tiw ss L ra S wwti rt 1 ijiiiiallTIE CE E I itiFerIIMft e F Ir TOE HERALD PEHCER COOPER Editor It GREEN KY rrHIURSDAY September 19 1001 I + DnOnDClEffiEDT + For Assessor- We are authorized to announce ELIJAH ROSE of Stillwater as a candidate for the r office of Assessor subject only to the will f 1 of the people as expressed at the polls on I Tuesday Novembers 1001 DEMOCRATIC TICKET1 0 For State Senator 3Jth District C D SUBLETToft County For Representative 91st District JESSE P MORRIS 1ofMorgan County I THE COUNTY TICKET For JudgeJ W CONGLETON For AttorneyC C FULKS 1j For Clerk W S TUTT For SheriffToF STAMPER i For Supt SchooIsJ W TAULBEE For Jailer J B LITTLE I t For AssessorS X IIOBBS S For Coroner FRANK SAMPLES l ltElection Tuesday Nov 5 IDOL I +5- II i ir M I 1tEGtLLIOUR MARTYRED PRESIDENT The President is dead The good man and the chief And heart and head of all the laud i t Are deep in loss and grief I What is must be perhaps I There is no other way In our belief ol Providence I nut Anarchy must pay I The dreadful debtR Lest we forget William J Lamptou New York 0 11 01 b THE CHANGE IN PILOTS The earnest brief but comprehensive t declaration of President r Roosevelt It shall be my aim to continue absolutely unbroken the policy of President McKinley for f the peace and prosperity and honor 5 a of our beloved country is ihij expeII poopzto and in pursuance of the evident s desire of the party which elected wS Mr Roosevelt and we doubt not t with the universal approval of all1 V parties Just now the country wants no uncertainty in presides t ttialpolicies and has adjusted iits j plans its business and exPect I l tions to the stability and permanency of those policies for which President McKinley stoodan d which ho was steadily pursuing y Mr Roosevelt was known to agree with Mr McKinley on all these questions It may be true that he was not nominated solely because of this knowledge but he would not have been nominated if he had not agreed with these policies This result is another demo stration of how the unexpectedc curs Governor Roosevelt did not want the nomination j ho wanted to be reelected governor of Now York Senator Platt was determined to get him out of that chair and the only possible ways were to have him s f prefaty tho election The vice presiden tial nominatio was the easiest f moat honorable tho least danger oua Rootse 1 volt his election as governor and 1 his attractive personality worked with Platt and9Jced the w i rtl n wad ho foe I compel d to subI r metow IlC stdis te pam of Senator Platt ydeatofIi I i t beyond IJiaccurntemcasureD1en Rooseveltl 1 i t J 1 as president is however not as much in the way of Senator Platt as Roosevelt as governor When Garfield was nominated the vice presidency was offered to Now York and Conkling contemptuously rejected it but ton j friends of Chester A Arthur 1 its acceptance without of course the slightost hopo of his filling th chair It turned out that ho was capable and ho adorned the White House and if ho hod boon nomi i nated in 1SS1 he would have been elected But when Roosevelt wit nominated thero was a profound feeling that the nomination dill bo given to one who was tit to bo president and who agreed fully with thoso policies which Mr Mc Kinley represented MrMcKinloy had boon ill with grippo and tho convention had somo sense of apI prehension Thorn was no appre hension of this humiliating and sorrowful tragedy And it is well1 for the country that such a ma was elected on that ticket Thecountryhroathesfreely j bus mess is calm and content men who have formed great schemes based on tho stability of that policy have no apprehension the industries of the country will not be I alarmed and today there will Ilie in every section certainty touti dente and respect mingled with I indignaIperturbation in the stock marketj but it will be slight temporary and principally by mere gambling speculators Tho country accepts this state ment of President Roosevelt in the same frank sincere spirit in which he uttered it They relywith ab solute confidence upon his frank ness j they know him to bo a per fectly sincere man They unite with him in his judgment in tho practical wisdom of the continuity of policy They approve his decision that no change iis expo dii entnot only would change untimely but unwise Tho value of this declaration and of its acceptance can not be overestimated It is of tho utmost importance that no jostle perturbation no alarm no pause should occur in our industries our business ii our plans our purposes j Tho glorious ship with its p tcm jcious and incalculable wealth of cargo has merely changed pilots the skies are blue above it the waves are placid around its prow its crew is truo and sufficient and the God of the seas reigns beyond the skieW C P Breckinridge in Lexington Morning Herald CHARLEY SUBLETT democratic nominee for state senator from this district was in town Satur day and left to attend the annual1 meeting of the Christian church which convened at Cauey on Fri day THE HERALD interviewed Mr Sublott on tho political out look in his race and is gratified to say that everything is lovely lIavI ing been nominated by Mr Hump j ton the leader of one wing of the Hazel Green convention and sec sawed by Mr Stamper who lead Lbafactions and the friends of both tho opposing candidates will l Iii port him In the district supIII perhaps no man who could harmonized the party as can Char ley Sublett Ho is a quiet uu suming gentleman and personal has many friends as any man He j has never been a politician exceptt j as a working monitor though Ii j county one time endorsed him fonto the legislature But as a worker I he has been wheelhorse and tthe night has never been too dark nor j the day too cold to prevent from doing his whole duty himII comes too from a family that has t for years been identified with thej democratic party and the material l j j interests of Eastern Kentucky ij tinet district may feel that ho votes Cora man who will watch our inter j j ests faithfully and never bo found wanting when weighed in the balIl ance TilE importance of every democrat voting just right at the com ing November election lion in the fact that the state is to be redistricted and if the democratic party would hold its own it be hooves it to vote solidly for bo thAMr Sublott and Mr Norris tv will represent us in that body If I the republicans gain the nscend cjicy what they will do for t democratic party in redistricting the taro will be a sufficiency Let every democrat remember th forgtof p isry etx dye T ton as tho case may bo and vote I for Charley Sublott Another reason why every democrat in the district should vote for Mr Sub lett is that a U S senator will bo elected and lby all means he faileIIuro to elect Charley Sublott there Ifore might do everlasting damage I Dto tho democratic patty Notil alone in defeating democracy ofIiS senator and the Ie tho state but many other things Volo for Mr Sublett and bo just iaI i ifi r I j Iyou would bo true to your party tiniul its interests I CHARLEY SUIUKTT will make us a faitful servant as a state senator for he will always be found nt hi seat watching the interests of the party and especially tho interests I of Eastern Kentucky 11All For Only 11For 100 cash in S100II get THE HKUAII for 12 mouths j Jtho Monthly New York Worldn o2ptige magazine fur 10 months Good Times a department mngaI monthsyI 1 t and a guess on the vote of governor in Ohio Massachusetts and Iowa I which may bring you 5000 You have anyhow 9US chances of get ting your money hack There are 200 prizes of frt 2GO of 1 180 ofI rl 100 of 111 0of 5 555 of 1 Inizostranging Ily you enght to guess close to catch something enoughI i Hazel Green AcademyI 1The present session of Hazellf Green academy is now in its thirdIII week and tho enrollment is U7 1moro than at the same time last year Tho number of boarders now in tho school is more than aoub 1 tho number at the stunt time last your This is tho kind of increase desirable and is an earnest what may be seen hero after tho holidays 0There is no doubt but that twoI have tine best location for such a school in Eastern Kentucky Our town iis strictly an educational center and all parents who dssiro to give to their children tho best educational advantages to be foundI Jin the mountains should enroll 11 them here Every department charge of experienced teachers and nothing but the best is given matriculates in this school A Shocking Calamity Lately befell a railroad laborer writes Dr A Kellett of Willfonl1 j Ark His foot was badly but Bucklens Arnica salvo quick ly cured him1I Its simply wonder ful for burns boils piles and allI skin eruptions Its the worlds champion healer Cure guaranteed i25c Sold by J T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sons Campton Elder H D Adams left wednes- day morning for North BendI Powellcounty where ho will bo jgin a mooting Friday night which may be protracted several dUYSjl disIn I big church there IWorking Night and Day and mightiest little1 t thing that ever was rondo is DrI Kings New Life Pills These pillsI change weakness into strength list lessuess into energy brainfag in to mental power Theyre wond erful in building up tho health Only 25c per box Sold by J T ComelYla I tCharley Cecil who rented Mrs comernee d it yesterday and will reside there until the first of January when ho will take possession of the Willie Swango farm near town which ho purchased somo time since IHenry Pieratt bought all the picture frames tho agent of t yiu Chicago Portrait Co hud lift over cotIll1t jj IIchenper The number is limited nail if youII want ono youd better movo hurry as they are going like hot cakes 52tf cnndiIdatei I wife wore the guests of Uncle Bob Rose and wife of Stillwator over Sunday and attended tho Enter prise Association of Baptistswhich held its annual mooting at that place TO TilE DEAFIsick nd ahohisInstltuLe themfrcc0m Institute 780 Eighth Avenue NewYo 41 y isadecho or neuralgia try Triphene Sold byi aniHf tioj1 x THE fflftttSVAVfi PAIRI Tho Sights That Will Be Seen i Louisville on Thursday inI September 26th All Kentucky will bo in Louisi ville on Sept 20th which has ben set apart as Kentucky Day an In special wad elaborate program will be prepared for tho occasion G ot JJeuklmm has boon naked and will bo present with his stall on that day together with other state I county and city officials toItillIiW A Barry chairman of the pub icily committee states that in hiss opinion there will be in the neigh boyhood of 200000 people in Lou isvillo on that day On that day Aberdeen Angus and shorthorn I cattle will be shown anti appoint mont classes anti high schooll horses and gaited saddle mares DurocflrHYLand Chester white hogs and South down sheep will bo tho live stockI exhibits In addition there will furmIIof tho Midway will put on their most pleasant smile and will give their best efforts in making tlt fltayof Kentuckians pleasant Tho rspociullsproud of tho Midway and every show will bo found full of unex pected surprises The Go r nt a villages will bo enlarged on that day and abundance of wot goods will ho kept on hand for those who want thorn On that day a loaguo of commercial organizations of the statos of Kentucky Indiana Ohio Tennessee and Wet Virginia will1 1be formed whose object will ho to build up the commercial l1 airs I each state Kentucky has a nun ofbor orIloss accept this opportunity toi iMiwt and discuss plans that will1 be mutually beneficial Tho meeti tug will bo huM at the Board I Ij Trade ou tho morning of Sept 20 and tho afternoon will be spent at the Fair and on the Midway 11Entrios to tho Shorthorn an clj aniswhile tho iames have not bun mono public it can be stated that each and every one is well filledI and the cattle exhibits will bo tIll must complete Kentucky has over j seen A great many entries fro 1ld1I elude some of tho best Canadian breeds thnt have won premiums at all of the largest fairs i 5 Bug He Ban1 Fresh Lemons Royal Maccaroni Brown C Sugar 6c Granulated 7c Arbucic coffee 12 I12Cood Croon Coffeejj 10c and 1 All other goods in propor tion CECIL BUDSi iCommercial School ITIll commercial school of luau Green academy is in charge of J H Blankonehip Ho is a Tennes socan coining from tho north central part of tho state Ho is a graduate of the Bowliug Green Ky normal and business college tand thus brings into his departt meat in addition to natural en1j dowments thorough scholastic at1 tainments It is the purpose of the management of Hazel Grua academy to establish and maintain a commercial school second1I to none other in the state It pr BetteCthis department as are given Iin any business college and at about onethird of tho cost Thej lasses in this department now are larger than was anticipated Mat other young men mId womcnj have already determined to takojj these courses during tho fall au I winter This department has ar jI ranged with an Employment Bu iI rang to place in good positions all who graduate from these courses There is a great demand for qualified 1 men and women along these llines and any who qualify themselves will have positions thrust upon them j CASTORIAI 8rkTin Kiri You Have Always Boughtf Bears the 7iIe 1 Signature oTfct xTZzZZ f If iw LION COFFEE w A LUXURY V IT2H1Tln REACH OF ALL Watch our next advertisement i l YOU want LION COFFEE because it is LION COFFEE If on the other hand r you want a coffee tin order to hide imperfections is highly polished with eggs and other preparations then do not buy LJO OOFF r If 1 bnving price If doubt take a single package home try it onezaiptivelistor to n Itit some article which will contribute to Happiness comfort and convenience and which they may have by ealedlplckaliC3soldWOOLSON 01110niilB GROVE AT UAZEL filEEM BY six WllJjJV Within the grove IzelI lirccn i Gaud many years ago ifThe little el ilJrtn lowed to play As the sun was staking 10II From lima l ami hirer street they came And eachwould have a mate iheyM trip the light fantastic Ami haij iuess would create These little ones would sometimes form A ring aro4ieband beatfWith a motion of the hand ow London bridge is falling down play with heart so light With many other innocent games llTillstars peep out at night The e little tots have since grown up- LaudllAnd all have done ret arlaLly well On this dear mountain hlllliiSow other children play the gdUJIIlad beautify the scene j11f parents did in childhood daisI 11in the grove Hazel Green Stood Death Off E B Murnlny a lawyer of Hen eII11 very low with malarial for andI jaundice I persuaded him to try Electric Bitters and ho was soon much bettor but continued then use until ho was wholly eaten Ian stiroEloctric Hitters saved his life This remedy expels malaria kills disease gurms and purifies the hoed aids digestion regulates liverkidnoys and bowelscures con stipation dyspepsia nervous dis erased kidney troubles fomalo complaints gives perfect health Only 50 cents at Taylor Day I Hazel Green or S S Combs it Sons Campton drugstores Hazel Green and Korelieail elThe Christian Women Hoard1l of Missions hawing had such suc cess with its schools in tho Ken tucky mountains is about to BCCC two school buildings that will be a lasting monument to the untir ing work of tho women of the or ganization in this state It is in tended to erect a school at Hazell Green Wolfe county and More head Rowan county DirsluM Harrison of this city are mom I bors of the executive committee oforbias for tho two buildings have llessershClark it Howard of this city Tho buildings are to be of brick and stono and are to cost l18400 I Tho Hazel Green building will Moreihead will cost 95SO Tho schools havo boon established for several years and a great work has been done by tho teachers It is with great satisfaction that those ou gaged in the work soe their plans for regular school buildings about to materialize Lexington Morning Democrat VXTEDA position in school or family is desired by a lady grad unto experienced in teaching Eng lish branches music and the tall guages Testimonials given Ad I dress stating terms Teacher Box 1 Warrenton N C 010 FOR SALE1 scholarship in the KentuckyUniversity at this office someyoung man cau save several dollars tf J 1 pnt9 PRACTCPL QDlfHhl i AND jAGONMAKERS HAZEL GREEN KY lSfInvilo the attention of he Ifnrllllri fiuity to their ira = proved facilities tI for lblacksmithing and wagonmaking i well a+ repair work of all kinds A full force nf first clsi mechanic j insures inmiitic d in the escfulioa o fall work entrusted to them sad atiJac lion is guarantied in all Gufd l meIi ri rn lIe duly liPj predated et eetfullv Ac I 1111i C WHEELEU YantBllDD5 DO men ij r 1JrTIle Srsatl liaf pants 0S I SOLE DEALER HAZEL GREEN K 1 CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY I have been idling jicrfnmcs for the past six luoutlis I make theta injjelf at home and sell to friends ami neighbors JIave made i10cry oue buys a bottle For 30 rents worth of material I woke Perfume storesI but the sun city of frieutU as to where 11pro tolt I weekIme for the perfume Any intelligent per son tau duns well as I do For 41 cents in nsaktI tie prepaid IIwill also help yon jet started in busiiu MAKTIIV FUAKCIS II Suuth Yalllleellh r nlUI t Louis Slo rO ocaoooowoooooow OOOOOJ ASIzl i i ttorneyatLxw tHAZEL GREEN KY S Will practice in courts of Wolfe and ad S Joining counties Collections a specialty aao oaosaaaoodwo BO YEARS I L EXPERIENCE f 1DE8ICNS retchandnatnpulallaecertalq IsProbably patentabte Communications trleUrooDlJdenliaL OldeetngeueforecnringtmtentsIn America We have a Waht n inn neePatents teen tlJlvuh tuna a Co raetve tpecialnoUceintoeSCIENTIFIC AMERICANbcaoltUllt Of lllWJ1100KAddres MUNN At CO 3B1 Uroadnav New Yor- kMENDELWEIPISTOCK 5 CO RAT027629 W MAIN STREpT LOUISVILLE KYI HERALD JOII 1Rn1T1NO la TII nEST anti file c leapedt I Situations Sec redfo- rgradaatecstuitioarefunde wrue- Si once for catalogue and pec 164- rM Bust teas-pSSV Colleges LmUtlUe Kr Mont jcijicrr Ala Housn Tex Colonel s Ga IkhaedYL Blralngkin Aiau tile Eli If you went to buy n lion whelp you wouldnt accept a kitten as a substitute even if the dealer urges you Now dont accept a substi tute for LION COFFEE ti It is bound to turn out a comIImon yellow cat with the strength of the lion i i r you this and thcis at Theyd at J as a UB a ROBINSON BEATTYVILLE KY General Salesman for R M HUGHESt Lt CO LOUISVILLE KY Manufacturers of HighGrade t11aFNLJ Qy 1il sF Solicits orders from the merchants of the mountains and gunrnutctK satisfattlon A snail order will receive prompt attention indieslandito the C 0 depot whore all f ILhe delicacies of tho season are J served in firstclass style Ladies I especially arc Invited j BLUEGRASS + NURSERIES 0SPRING 1001- o Frnit and Ornamental Trees Shrubs Roses Grapes Small fruits As paragus Rhubarb and everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden 1riccs right EoTNo tom fait 1ovi o and rock bottom to the actual planter Catalogue on application to H F HILLEN MEYER LEXINGTON KY DR J M WALDECK Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY specialty professionalorHazelcalls day or nignt Obstetricks I THE NEW YORK WORLD ALMOST A DAILY AT Tin Patel or A WKKKIY I The presidential campaign is over but the world goes on just the lIme and it Is full of news To learn this news just ns it is promptly and i that you ollimjartiailyallII nave to do ia D1 of The YorkWorldtimes a rear The Tin icea Week worlds diligence as circulatione spoken and you want it The Thrice a Week Worlds regular sub is cfierloler rltmi lillEL OlEl4N ll rdLD together for JJf3 thatwoAN ORDINANCE 11- To Replace Wooden Bridyos With a JItup to I12 oclock noon on Thursdaj Scptcru y gstone g where wooden bridges now are according Sto plans and specifications now on file at f JjjItids1 yan1nlld averts are completed WCj JKHosewith whom nil hills must be filed and the anyorjSB 1 DAY HOUSE 11 HAZEL GREEN KY N B GRAHAM PnorjuirroB refurnishedEageraent will continue to maintain the high f reputation heretofore accorded It for horn departmentThe i affords a id the patronage of the piiblic is i- respcctfu lly solicited Sample ro mi for commerc al tourists Livery table in connection whcrl horses aii and vcbic leg will have the best title liODJj LD PAPKIIS Clean and Nice fdr taleO atthsoMeoat2Oeeatsper100rl i Ft tr- n r er u= CaIa bad hjj iI Is a constitutional filrasc- It oripinates in a sfrofuioiss condition oC the blood and deptndBon hit iomlition I IItcciI II I l arcd l y tN li Kliurirylt Ki alterative I L 1 teak r lt ii- cHoods SarsaparlllaT- llr treat innliine has wrought the most v iitlorful rtirii tf i3i ctta ilipviulins nirtii sr litMt I i = t 1 nYnA i SliorilF Combs was the punst of Deputy Sheriff Pieratt Tuesday nightA twoyearoldl child of David 1 Lindon andwifodied early Monday lenrndlt Wm 11 Cord will preach at tho Christian church on Sunday morn I log and evening You are in t vitc dEEP KEEP your blood pure and yourii Ithcalthl I It I E F Cecil and daughter 1is Bonny made a flying visit to ftl Sterling Saturday returning TuesI i day and visiting friends and i relajj lives both going and coming I Dont wait until you becomo chronically constipated l but take DtWitts Little Early Risers now anti then They will keep your liver mill bowels in good order t Easy to take Safe H pillsII I r Elza James iid walking about but still very weak and his wifo nee I Minnie Day idi still confined totI f her bed and quite sick while the1 convalescingA j I j girltt VANTfiB Immediately a to cook wash and iron for small iI family no cow to mils nor chil dren to nurso Apply at xnx s i HERALD OFFICEII 1 1nv Sam Tuulbee has rented all beingirei roiesi most to Hazel Green as soon as it E Eisi completed to educate his chil S dren at the academy StII ifid Darling 1012 Howard i Port Huron Mich1 writes I have t triod many pills and laxatives but 1 Bellstta Littlo Early Risers are j f hlweolrultlfI j 1 Keoso Davis said to bo the nextue wealthiest man in Magoffm county tard one of her lest citizens diedp t pat his home on Johnson on Tues day of typhoid Iuvr agvd about j5 years rI IL W Pursoil Kiutersville Pa says ho suffered 20 years with piles and could obtain no relief until of 1 DoWitts Witch Hazel Salvo effect Counterfeitsksi aro worthless II F PIERATT offeringDr for chart 1tianchurch on next Sunday morn IIeilJg It is hoped that every mem ef ber of the church will make an cn Le iiot1oring rk WAXTEI An agent in every JoG county in Eastern Kentucky to sell us t Whito Sewing Machines Hust sff ling men are the only kind that need apply and to them I can of Ihj fer special iuducincnts Write to F e J T Gm5 boON4 42 13tf Hazel Green 1I A visitor at the Baptist associa ha tion on Stillwater on Sunday tolls us that there was a good deal of drinking and horse swapping going on There was but littlo rev thcronce for religion apparently t When you rave head acho or I byngi tfSI at I Rev E K Pike will preach ut1 j Lacy Creek Sunday at 11 a m ASIthisI u each of these places I want all of I mdllllboi who have subscribed for missions to bring up their subscription dot sire to return their sincoro thanks to the people of Daysboro Hazel cd n faIvorsf eitis hoped that she willsoon bo Itableto bo outrT or r Blank School Report for use of z teachers of public ache Is for sale esat this office 100 50 cents 200 iWi 300 100 It Mrs Ellen Kashand little daugh ter Ella will accompany Newton Swango Mrs Rashs brother home starting tomorrow morning and Hollivesho is and has always engaged in farming Everybody in this town will regret to lose Mrs Kash as a citizen and neighbor and Charleston her now homo will havo profited very largely by tho addi tion of herself and littlo daughter wishesiof i J and all hopo to hoar that thoy are well pleased with time change- VtxTEmTrmlstsvorthy mon and women to travel and advertise for old establishodhousoof solid financial standing Salary 780 a year cashIdIgorMrs Emma Duff and family of h Sprncor have located here and occupy a part of tho II F Pieratt house on The Heights the remain der buing in possession of B F Thomas and family Mrs Duff Is hero to educate her children at the academv Never Burn a Candloat Both Ends Don co on drawing vitality from the blood without loin somothlns to replaco It Hoods gar + apnrilla trives nerve modal and dieestlvo strength by ricliinganil vitalizing thoblood Hoods Pills are nlnonirrltatinsji S S Combs and wifo of Camp PiorattIlimey the meeting at SalemS on Sunday mud returned homo on Sunday afternoon educaItiIIlor como to ofiico and receive a scholarship Wo can save you SIQ THE HERALD for 12 months and bigifigure tho total vote of Ohio Massachusetts and Iowa See Try Your Luck on last page for par ticularstI CODNlY NEWS NOTES o OSTTo insure insertion ALL corres potidiiice must be in this office by Monday night of eachweek and that nearby on Monday morning Our correspondents are derelict in duty theyIdependent upon them for the news and when they fail to send in their favors they put us to great inconvenience SUNNY SIDE Great many passed through hero Sunday en route to Salem despite tho rain Red river was full Tuesday and thero wero several hands floating tio timber J E Brooks and wife attended tho association on Stillwater from Friday till Sunday Misses Monta and Nora Cruoy of Lacy creek gave thid place a pleasant call Friday plast1 year The new stage will bo graced withmore graduates than over be i fore in the history of tho school S Grant Lacy camo to the homo of his parents last week quite sick j with fever Wo hopo Grant wont be sick long Dr Nickel is attend ing him j Ponder Spencer wifo and father and mother and sister all of Menij ofeo county were visiting in this section last weok and took in tho j Baptist association on Stillwater and returned home Monday Wm Powell wife and daughter of Pewoll county stayed over ni- ghtcorirs J i MSIQNI I i I OF CODLIVER OIL WITS HYPQPHOSPfflTES should alwaysI uFt bkitlnthe house for the fol Ilowing reasons If any member family has a hard cold It will cure I- tSEOONDBecause if the chil dren are delicate and sickly it will make them strong and well IMSRD Because if the father or mother is losing flesh and beco- mling thin and emaciated it will bufidI up and give them flesh and =Because it is the standard remedy in all throat and lung affections No household should be without It It can be taken in summer as well as in winter sconand J 8dmggll+e etc york UncleRastusWhile wo were in Broathitt last inthocamohomo I ntIi evening wo attettdodu burial There is n great deal of sickness and deaths in that coun childrem1L j overyfamil i cantimaginesang our absent brothers favorite song Dear friends you shall miss me and seek my silent grave etc Sept 17 SUSIE SDXIIEAM STILLWATER SPARKLES theTraceMrs Sallio Bowman and family visited Mrs Elizabeth Putt Sun day1V B Rose of the Baptist branch has moved to Oklahoma whore he j has a job of loging Uncle Jackson Tutt of near Bothol was on Stillwater last week j traveling in the interest of a book company Quito a largo crowd attended the Old Baptist Association last week although time weather was not very favorable Tom Cope wife and 1 littlei i daughter also Miss Millie Copu are visiting on Stillwater at this writing Kash Williams and Stewart Hager of Frozen were visiting friends on Stillwator Saturday and Sunday Leonard Tutt and wife Miss spentSaturdayfamily and got quite wet on their return home Sunday A nice crowd gathered at thoc graveyard near the old seminary Friday and took dinner on time ground Among those that lived risseslCarriurie Rose Arbury Swango Har mon Swango and many others I There wore some graves filled up i and the graveyard was all cleared 11havoI gut the contract for k20 Sept 17 CHADAPPLE CAMPTON BRIEFS Rev Miller of Woodford county is visiting in town Judge G W Wheeler of Hazel Green attended time association Sunday R M Osbon of Fronehburg Ky was a visitor in town during tho meetingGreen Garret Winchester spout from Friday until Sunday in townJudge D B Redwino and wife j have arrived Tho judgo is toady to begin court Monday A B Cox tho hustling salesman for Vaughn S Congleton has been making goo goo eyes at the girls in Campton this week Why do tho people call J W Cougloton judge Tho only answer that I can imagine is that they are only giving him a fore taste of what ho shall reap in tho near future Tho following ministers took a in tho association held hero net week W B McGarrity of London Ky J E Gwatkin editor Baptist Argus Louisville Ky E Whipker Jackson Ky SIF Thompson missionary Louisville Ky John workorII Pomeroy ton Ky Dr tor Boono Center S Barney Blaukouship Hazel Groan KyMrs Fulks of near town whose illness was reported last week died Sunday night Wo join with the host of friouds who tho bereaved sympathlzowIthI its hard to givo up a a mothers love is never forgotten May they lead lives that can on able thorn to meet her where they shall reign forever Sept 17 GooGoo EYES LEE CITY Wo are expecting tho passenger by tho 20th Carl Ely of GUlmoro was in tho I city lust reokII quiteIlow is improving Mat Sloan is running a barber shop at widow Grahams house C B Allen bought throd fine mules last wook which cost him close to 400 Mr and Mrs Cooper of West patIrickTho Masons are having their newly built lodge painted and it is a beautiful house- S H Nickell who is teaching in district above horo passed through Sunday on route to his schoolTho president of tho now railroad atthis place says There will be a passenger running throug tho city by the 20th inst Mr Hutchinson who will bring a stavo mill in the city by tho 1st of October is having a house erect ed at this placo for the mill John Sloan was stabbed very bad last week by Frank Vancleave igamblinginTho Bchoolwhich is being taught at this place by Asa Roso assisted by H W Back surpasses all former schools which have been taught hero by any one We cer tainly congratulate the trustees for omploying the above teachers who are putting forth every effort to make tho school a success This being time first school that Asa Rose ever taught we hardly know holy to account for tho success hu is making but then wo should not expect anything olso because liet was educated at thu Hazel Green academy Supt 17 RED JACKET MqRCAN COUNTY MAYTOWN MISSIVES Scott Ohifiold was in town Friday Mrs Bowman and fnmilaro visiting friends at StillwaterI Miss Alma Swango attended tho annual meeting at Salom Sunday Curtis Bolin of Jackson was call ing on friends mill relatives at this placoDied Saturday Sept 11 tho infant child of Mr and Mrs Thomasj Brown Miss Bertha llylton spout from Thursday till Sunday with her cousin Arta Dye Tho sick of our town are Grand mother Bowman Mrs M1 W Pio ratt and Mrs A P Dye Miss Maud hoary of West Liberty has been visiting friends near town for tho past weok Ora the little daughter of Clarence Pioratt is visiting her grand parents Mr and Mrs Joseph Pio rutt N B Lyons and Lewis Hylton loft Thursday for Mt Sterling with cattle and mules to placo on tho market G C Mann was soon in town Sunday lust and of course tho guest of one of our most beautiful young ladies Misses Lizzie Pieratt and Maud Henry spout a few days withI friends at Greasy and tn mostoujuyabletulleAmong attended the i association at Stillwater Sunday wore Mr and Mrs John Childors j MnggieChildorsChildorsFriday tight last a socialwas given by Miss Lizzie Pieratt at her homo near town Those present were Miss Maud Henry of West Liberty Miss Bertha Hylton of Pino Grove Mina Nickoll Maud Blackwell Arta Dye Sara Wills Nannie Day Laura Bowman of this place Scott Oldfiold Carl Bowman Willie Childers Ltim Piorutt Clay Pioratt Roy and Henry Pioratt After games and mtinic by tho young people the golden slipper was plnced on the byjturned homo with hearts overflow ing with joy Sept 17 BONAMI LETCHER COUNTY MAYKING TI S Marshal John Fulton re turned from a moonshino raid into Perry county There is lots of sickness in this section especially among children Several deaths have occurred People are saving fodder in all earnestnosss and if favorable weather continues they will save a good lot Lizzie Wobband family reI Ifrs from Arcadia Penn re whero she visited relatives for sense tinge Time Thornton Association of Regular Baptists convenes at Ser gent Friday The elders from Pike and other counties aro ox pectodCousin Nat Sewoll an old friend of London Laurel county was a guest of yo scribe Nat was rep resenting the Luo Bennett memo rial school of London Mrs Lothia Davis loft Thursday for Winchester where she will join her husband John Davis who has been there two weeks They will make it thoir future homo Died Sept 10th little Lillie May daughter of Bon P Webb aged nearly two years Tho pa rents have our sincero and heart felt thanks in their sad bereave mentD Wesloy Webb is a candidate for sheriff of Lotcher countyand is out in the interest of his candi dacy this week Ho informs your representative that prospects aro encouraging for him Elder Wm R Craft of Sparta Ashcounty North Carolina is on a preaching tour meretho homo of his childhoodand is being given a rousing reception by his hundreds of friends Jim Kclloy tho fierce and des perato outlaw of Elkhorn creek was killed last Saturday by Charlie Ison barely twonty while ho Kelloy was trying to influence Isons sister away from homo Kel ley had boon a terror to that sec tion for years and for tho past six months ho has been defying arrest with a big roward upon his headSept 17 BUHDINE TRY YOUR LUCK r iiCopyrighted by Press Publishing Association T1E PRESS Pl1BUSFHNQ ASSOCIATION will give 15000 in 4 Cash Prizes to those making the nearest estimate on the combined Official VOte Iof OhiO Massachusetts and Iowa cast for Governor November th1901 the of our we we OF p p he for in we The Vote 18Jl Iit per cent 401 1S04 510 1S95 277 1597 1840 ISJS 225 1S99 lCr i3S9 789 1888 The the the the Vote will c mine who the and the will after the Vote Time will pub 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months to new Herald subscribers on at Washington correspondent O F N Washington D C of of to of la j GET I UUK HOTJJHKADBKnTetopety letterhead CaUUneao rr Hal BUU cyrUUd at HEBAtD ogees c S 1aa faE4 JfJ 0 2 Cow Peas In Corn n 1 It is still early enough to sow cow peas in corn The farther t north they are sown the earlier should ho till variety Farmers p who hurt not tested lhicnlchf crop should1 In lOt i iJryan Tyson rI Lstudingf L 1 havo no hesitancy in saying that if equal facilities be givenI E corn and cow peas the climate he1 ing suitable for each tho peas willi on an average prove the more val uable crop A good crop of cow r peas will easily gather from the air 100 pounds of nitrogen per acre which is worth as a ferj tilizer about 15 cents a pound E Consequently when tho vines are turned under they will carry with p1 thong about 15 worth of nitrogen per acre to ho drawn on by the next crop From SK to 50 bushels of shelled peas per acre can easily ho grown worth say 50 cents a bushel they are now worth 150 Wo thus have a total of f30 per acre which is much more than the corn crop of tho United States will average thetmuchto this while the vines are rotting important chemical changes will take place Much benefit will be derived from those two sources which are not taken into account 1 Peas drilled midway between wide corn rows can be successfully i grown with at most but little de- fi trimont to the corn Some argue that peas by shading the ground are an advantage to corn r When peas are planted as late as they will mature they do their I principal growing after the corn has gono in decline Thorefore very nearly a full crop of each cant bo grown For a joint crop of corn s bse planted from Juno 10th to July 10th Tho Black and Whippoor r will peas are preferable for late plantingIn j climate where cow pens will flourish a row of corn shouldi never bo planted without making proper provisions for peas also 1I This provision means drilling an thorough cultivation The cow peaI is too important a crop to broad cast and leave to take its chanct with grass and weeds A rank growthshould be produced by us ing a fertilizer containing phos phoric acid and potash in proper quantitiesAfter one deep plowing culti- vatorst may bo principally employ ed for the corn A strip about ai foot broad midway between the corn rows is preferably plowed I i thellpeasthus bo prepared for the peas IttI pays woll to plow deep even tol subsoil for peas they stand drouth Cultivation much betterII as long as mit The crust can advantageous ly bo broken until the corn is inI early roasting ear Many cornI crops are virtually ruined by quit ting them too soon A crust iis formed and then by what is calledI capillary attraction the soil is soot 1 deprived ofmoistureSt Louis Journal of AgricultureI A Night of Terror r Awful anxiety was felt for the widow of the brave General Burn i thejdoctorsPneumonia before morning writes Mrs S II Lincoln who attended her that fearful night but she beg l DiscovorY1which her lifeand cured her of Consump tion After taking she slept all night Further use entirely cured her This marvellous medicine isi guaranteed to cure all Throat 501and501 T Liberal With Money TilE CINCINNATI WEEKLY ENQUIRER is offering 50000 in Cas tlguessesttl OhiolThoTuesday November 5th this year and is for a Governor State Offs core and Legislators The new Leg islaturo will choose a United States ForYakor c TIlE ENQUIKEK also Leach week for the r ofrersEEt guesses received during u j This is an excellent Ira qr I i 1 WANTEDA bright po to boy who can spell read and rite to Pf 4larn the printers trade 12 to 1C iV jen of age Apply at his oflice jfil r nCAPS AND CAPERSIIHA Story of i by Gabrielle of Pretty PollyPerkins Pictures by C M Rolyea 12mo cloth ornamental illustratedll- Uoo l- f t gonuineIfboardingschool life and quite ofl fcjliko tho general run of this sort literature It is a book that young ppoople will rend more than onco POOpllWnnuo happy healthy jolly creatures uroady for any fun that otters yett willing to do their best for their gteachors who treat tho girls l1ff rOlonilingsponsible creatures who must bt1F iwatchod from morning till night r Mlost they disgrace themselves until thoso who have them in charge H All through this charming book there is plenty of tho fun that If Stho result of happy healthy girlj hood There is a comical Caps Sand Caper Club with its secrettl preuds1mjull I tjaleopwalking act for the benefit ol aan overzealous teacher spelling matches and the most delightful aliifthocl jlatich a vein of happy thought that Ityoung people the world over will read them with tho keenest inter sstlira charmingrs through most delightful fields of imagination and romance The human interest iis never wanting Sin her work her powers of obser Ivation are keno she draws char actors as they should be drawn stud tells a story well Caps and Capers is beautifully printed bound and illustrated = s Henry Altomus Company Phil dolphin WANTED Trustworthy inon and women to travel and advertise for old established house of solid iinan cadexpenses payable No canvassing required Give refer jieuces and enclose selfadd resse j stamped envelope Address Maim afeer J553 Caxton Bldg Chicago wr 2 sOldest Man in Kentucky In the death of lluiry Itichmom Sykes which occurred at Dayton IpassedIthat of the United States govern went Ho has been the cotempo 1rarv ofall tho great men from Washington Franklin Adams Jef dayIHe was born near Hull England While a young lad he came to this country with his parents Many physicians are now pre scribing hodolllsPeIsiaCurerc6 theIbest prescription they can write because it is tho one preparation which contains the elements neces sary to digest not only some kind of food but all kind and it there fore cures indigestion and dyspep sia no matter what its cause II F PIEUATT James Lilly colored politician and wealthy was last Wednesday sentenced to serve 21 years in tin penitentiary for tho murder of his wife in Harrison county IXorris Silver North Stratford X II I purchased a bottle o- flOne f Minute Cough Curo when suffering with a cough doctors told me was incurable One bottle re bored me the second and third al most cured Today I am a well man H F PIEUATT John Brown aged 17 while yok ing a pair of oxen was disombowl ed by one of the animals and deed at his home near Lancaster Ky Henry Braydon Harris N C yoarsforOnehgood than any thing else during that time Best Cough Curo H F PIEKATT Willie Flynn seed 5 while play ing with a Winchester rifle killed his throeyearold brother at Owensboro Ky A never failing cure for cuts burns scalds ulcers wounds and sores isDeWittWitchHazolSalvo A most soothing and healing rem edy for all skin affections Accept only the genuine II F PIERATT Last WarningITaxes are now duo and must be paid or property sold Call tc day and settle H F PIEUATT D S yY Js IASTHMAkiORE FEEiY- rtr J11l1gsbistnat Xc1ief tail rexlAtn4ejLitii2 e LIIt3l ilt+ l hw- A SE T ABOLUll Ll l ltllE O RECEIPT OF POSTAL AU tlilIEtit 1 LiINIY1tilTT1 YOUII SU CHAINED FOR TEft YEARS sell tenant made f t1ItI t1 Kev C F VELLS of Villa Ridge says Your of Asthma lone received good condition I cannotI tell you thankful for the good derived l rout it 1 slave chained with putrid sore and Asthma for 10 years tt- J despaired of ever being I saw your advertisement for the of torment huJIocrspokclIa To my astonishment the trial acted charm Send me a full size t 0 i Rev Dr Morris WechslerRabbi of the ISnai Israel It NEw YOIIK January a Ius TAFT Hitos MEDICINI Co IIOIII Gentlemen Your is an exj cellent remedy for Asthma Hay Fever and composition alleviates which combine with Asthma Its success is IlStolll hill and wonderful I 1101ilopiulIIUi 0 AVON SmiNus N Y February 1 HUll I Dn TAKT Buos MEWCIXI Co I 1 Gentlemen 1 write this testimonial from sense of duty having tested the wonderful ellect of your Asthmnleiie for cure Asthma My wife has been SalHfctrd with spasmodic asthma for the past 12 years Having exhausted myown frfskill as well as others chanced to ee your sign upon your wiuilowacin IftOth tOlllmelicetllr1takiu3 After using one bottle the A than has disappeared and she is entirely fice from all symptoms I feel that IIcan consistently recommend the medicine all who art jlillicted with this distressing di ell =c Yours rtlectfullrIi I 1 I IDU TAIT linos MED Co February 1IKMI 3 Gentlemen I was troubled with Asthma for 22 years I have tried nuineruif gremedies but they have all foiled Iram across your advertisement andstarted ful1toi7tjLoltleI f I vjwas unable work I am now in the best of health rued am doing business everyt pMay This testimony you can male such use of as you see lit I Home address lr Uivingtou street S IAlILEIII 5 li7 Kat 129thstreet See York City j i TX iLL Bottle JSeixt Au1nte1Y Ice 01- Lto i ccia t ot tOt t1LIII 11 g Do not delay Write at once addressing LU TAFT IJUO- jjCOMlANY MEDICINE 7J East 130th Street New York City SOIilfe JSX AIlI Bltt OlSWEi i v11- I j 1l 1 l i NI ogoq S rJ wi lvr Whstk i iS IIEECT 0a9- i i r1 jCONSUMERj I k s1OhlIlLJ1L LL ZZZZZl2ht t I WHISKEY IN JUGS SHaglllls OM Rye or Bourbon I yours old pcr gallon itf10 Hagans Old Rye or Bourbon I0 years old per gallon 2r0 K Hagans Old live or Bourbon 7 years old por gallon 275 llR1 Hagiins Old Rye or Bourbon a years oldt per gallon iOO Z i7ZZzzJ i7ZTz WHISKEY IN CASES Wo will send 4 full quarts of Hagans or Bourbon 10 years old for fa50 0 full quarts for 500 or 12 full quarts for 1000 packed in plain case no marks with corkscrew aura etched glass express charges prepaid Wo do not prepay express charges on whiskey under 3 per gallon SSSE5Ei I DRINK HACANS RYE SiKcui IUICE LlsTWe quoto the following Brands of whiskiof bottlod and cased by Stoll IC Co Ky Old Elk 4s122 bottles per caso 1200 t OM Elk 4s bu 000 Bond k Lillard 4s 12 bottles por case 1200 Bond Lillard 4s 0 500 Bond it Lillard 5s 12 1100 r Bond it Lillard 5s 0 5fJO Old Tarr 5c 12 bottles per case 1000 0 bottles per case 500 Ashland fs 12 bottle por caso 1000 05 bottles per case 500 Old Elk is bottled in bond and also free i tho other whiskies are bottled free only You run no risk whatever sending us your order Wo guarantee every shipment we make to be exactly as represented If goods aro not entirely satisfactory ship thorn back and your money will be refunded Wo do not ship goods C 0 D Please make all remittances payable to Tho Hagan Distiliing Company References Tho Lexington City National Hunk or Stoll it Co largest distiller in State Address THE HAGAN DISTILLING Co LEXINGTON KY A Farm tor Sale1 I will farm of 159 ACRES Consisting of about 80 acres of cleared more than half of which is in grassandt- he rest in good oak timber with one Good Frame House jf four rooms ant a good drilledwell cf never failing water and outhouses crib and stables also two houses ere is a Fine Vein of tho BEST COAL from which several thousand bushels arc sold each year The farm is one and one half miles from Hazel Green A good bargain can be by applying in per son or writing to WM H CORD Hazel Green Ky k rf F It failsThe 111 trial bottle in how I feel was a throat cured cure this it trial like a bottle Conk Asthmnlene and its all trouble 1101 a the of to 0 f to Rye Lexington in my Dwelling ecttt Sgt t WINCHESTER KY X H WITHERSrOON President- R D HUXTERCa ier Paid up Capital 10000000 Surplus 2000000 Handsome doposit of 40121648 This Bank solicits toe accounts of merchants farmers trailers soil business men enerally throughout Eastern Kentucky and offers its customers every facility and olegillmatebauking Cu A LYNCH REIKESEXTINO ABNER BARNES CO Wholesale Dry Goods Notions CHARLESTON W AIandleahimI KEEP COOL ILadies of Wolfe County I 2OOO Pairs Boys Linen Pants Worth 25 Cents a Pair a- tioc J i J i t rti j 1 400 Mens Linen Suits Former Price 400 atIil 1 I jIbJ P Wd J350 Beautiful FlanneletteCoats and Pants for Men at i I m i2 1OO- Y 1 iI 1 S C WORTH OO These Suits are full Tailored and Cut in y ILatest Styles Belt Straps and bran goods j 1 1 r rIOUIS AND tf1U l 1jJ1D i 1rr I 111 II ij LEXINGTON KY j eickt itt- The AgrkulturaJ and Mcdnnieal Mate College of IKentucky tilers the viiPfj a Iiiipied rathematical Normal Iirtliij Kngincfriii cHhoJf whiih over fear year iiid lea ill II a il pne j f lotiraduute c ur e9 of study am al roiiti Seadin cache to a huts tens Jfgiee larea course of studysi organizedunder a separnte faculty S1 The general faculty numbers more than thirty professors md intructors- ii County Appointees receive tuition mom rent in dormitoriesI rI Iud trill light 1111l if they remain ten months traveling E9Thel laboratories ad mu curs are large well equipped cniapnhensive is and nnodeniii t I The lat legislaturel ninipriuteu t0uiii for a hone for voungft J WIPMUII and n drill hall und jrymnaMUiii has been provided for urea Military tactics aid scincn are fully provided for ani required by hi Congrpry f Crauuates from the several c iurcs of study readily find excellent jMisi l rtiions 111l liberal remuneration The iit largely in excess of the trj cf Ihtcullol ply i Last tlIHallklIn Iit wa tili I i irtlnlIiJ courses surly au I apply iiJAZl1ES K PATTKHFON Vh D LL D 1reiident- j e j Or to Pro D C FJ4A2EK Brinrrs Mtxaaytr Lezinatou Ky r 11 I iFall Term b gins Septvinber Kti IbOI f n i in d 1 W R CRAWFORD AtL1 CO t Lire Stock Commission MerchantsM 9 9FCuI TIJi ALE Ol t f JCattle Hogs Sheep i l Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI 0rr ALSOtt Bourbon Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY I rr huge an Eastern outlet for all ihkintUe stock at bights pricis Consiguuueutr olicitnl All corrlslloI lIce cheerfully iisrertil I = j jjDRYAIr AYJEUNr1 ES EI Mi i 7C E7C jLEX1CTOWo KY- P The patronage of mountain merchants is respectfully ito Iand all orders willi have prompt attention T I DEALER IN GENERAL I MERCHANDISE j IJAZBL PREEN KY hints in stock a magnificent stock of ITTODATE GOODS in every lino and is freshening up every week Sir McLin is now in the citie largerlnndJin Eastern Kentucky Try us and you will bo convinced that wo un derbuy because you will know wi undersell IHUGHES CHILL TONiG 1ALATthtlE- Better thou Calonulaud Quinine Cnntrius no Arsenic TIn OM UKIIAIIK h- It nsallt SprinjfA totes the EK ELLEMT GEMEBAL rfOI2As well a Sure Cure Chills and Fevers Swamp Fevers anti Fevers Jusi what used this season IT NEVER FAILS Mild Laxative Nervous Sedative Splendid Tonic Try nllt take ulibtitutr At 111181 Bottler SUCCKSS Forty yeas WOKTII curriesKNOWIOII proves iltuhes Tonie edy for Chills all the new extends expenses college demand ability sTiicii Bilious Guarnnlretl nruJJbl llaIltlU KENTUCKY 0 It u- Mt k1A TE Vr NEATLY 1IIUfiTLYISECUTED EVERY CHEAPLY llESCR1PTI0S AND THIS OFFICE ANDSATISFACTION GUARANTEED 1NALL CASES SlIver wganflottB Eggs I have for sale now Silver Wyandotte Eggs at100 for 13 Those Are Thoroughbred Buy a setting raise some THOROUGH BRED CHICKENS and you will no longer satisfied with the COMMON STOCK First call first servedROBERT CORD Hazel Green Ky o it LOOK A IN TIllalb 111111 Hu heTollic lataken in early UengueatdIfilarial liver and tin system as for you at It any Sec i I Iiv ROBINSONPETTET COINCOItlOKATKI LOUISVILLE 0 kl trJOF be 33 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 8 EVERY PAIR OF 0 8 TIGER + PANTS S g Made Perfect in Fit Full in Seat and 8 RipSSHIRTSX5 Better Style Than Any Other R 8 DayHAZEL U Ciri jr L REGAIN HIE HWITrl 9oaooooco ioooooooos + Y1 t1Ulm i iJ1t I j t I rtia- otooacaovooooo00000 j J r E IEj I t iaeoooooo aev a4 e o HX Dt1 IT CURES n Rheumatismt3 Diptheria a La Grippe rIrights1 Disease 1 1Blood Poisoning Kidney Liver and Stomach Troubles Female Complaint Catarrh and General Debility 6 6 IT CURESWHEN ALL ELSE FAILS I AD THE TESTIMONY OF TWO WELL KNOWN CITIZENS OF WOLFE Mr Cooper Hazel Greer Ky I purchased some of the Vine Ore of you in the latter part of March and after taking about a halfpint of the jVitaOre Klixer my nerves were as steady as when I was 10 years of age and Iam now past 75 For more than a year I rail teen trying all the patent medicines mtIlIOstrllm I could hear of to build myself up but nothing did me any good until I used Vita Ore which my wife brought me from your house After using it a week I went out rid did three lays as hard work as I have done in 25 iL years and I was not more fatigued than J1 was 25 years ago over the same work lit is the grandest medicine in the world tr and 1 wart everybody in the mountains to snow what it did for me so they may try it Hoping every one who has that tired feeling incident to old age will buy VitoOreof you and give it a fair trial I remain thankfully yours for putting me on to this remedy JAMES LACY I can vouch for every word Mr Lacy says in the above I am his wife and bought the medicine of Mr Cooper for 3inmany things that idno good I have also used Vitro Ore and am stronger and in better health than for years which I yyS attribute to its use HItS SOUTHEY LACY Lacy Greet Ky June 1 1901 BSrVitaOre is I a package which makes 1 quart of Elixer DoseOnet- easpoonful in glass of water Mailed tony address on receipt of price Address 1 SPENCER COOPER 1 HAZEL CREEK KY 1- y r- I AV IICow Peas In Corn t It is still early enough to sow cow pens in corn The farther north they aro sown the earlier should bo the variety Farmers who hnvti not tested thus catch crop should do Su lirynn Tyson t beonjstudillgthiR It I 1 havo no hesitancy in saying that if equal facilities bo given E corn and cow peas the climate beI ing suitable for each tho peas will on an average provo tho more valI cowlpeas SIacrei tilizer about 15 cents a pound Consequently when tho vines are turned under theywill carry with thom about f15 worth ofnitrogen acre to bo drawn on by the hushel11ofho grown worth say 50 cents a bushel th1Y are now worth 150 Wo thus have a total of 30 per aero which is much more than the corn crop of tho United States will average Tho pea vines will supply the I much needed humus In additioLJ t to this whilo the vines are rotting important chemical changes will 1 take placo Much benefit will bojf derived from these two sources 1 LPeaswide corn rows can be successfully J 4trimontthat peas by shading the ground are an advantage to corn When peas aro planted as late as they willmature they do their principal growing after the corn has gono in decline Thorefor very nearly a full crop of each can bo grown For a joint crop of corn andcow peas the peas may be I planted from June 10th to July 10th Tho Black and Whippoorl will peas aro preferable for lat 11plantingIn a climato where cow pea will flourish a row of corn should never bo planted without makin- ii proper provisions for peas also This provision means drilling an thorough cultivation The cow pea is too important a crop to broad cast and leave to take its chance with grass and weeds A ranki growth should be produced by usj 1 ing a fertilizer containing phosphoric acid and potash in proper quantities After ono deep plowing cultivators may bo principally employ od for the corn A strip about at foot broad midway between the corn rows is preferably plowed thelpeaspays well to plow deep even to standL81 Cultivation should bo continuedI as long as tho pea vines will per mit The crust can advantageousl- Y bo broken until the corn is inI early roasting ear Many corn crops are virtually ruined by quit ting them too soon A crust iis formed and then by what is called capillary attraction the soil is soot 1- r deprived of moistureSt Louu Journal of Agriculture A Night of Terror 1 Awful anxiety was felt for tht i widow of the bravo General Burn theldoctorst from1Pneumonia attendedfherged for Dr Kings New Discovery which had more than once saved Consumptionnight Further use entirely curedI her This marvellous medicine iis guaranteed to cure all Chestaud Lung Diseases Only Wc and 100 Trial bottles free a J Taylor Day Hazol Green andI Camptondrugstores Liberal With Money THE CINCINNATI WEEKLY Ex QUIREK is offering 50000 in Cas Premiums for nearest correct guesses on the total vote of Ohio The election in Ohio occurs on Tuesday November 5th this year and is for a Governor State Offi cers and Legislators The new Leg 1 islature will choose a United States Senator to succeed Senator For akor TUB ENQUIRER also offers 50 each week for the largest club of guesses received during that teo1 Th8 ia an excello chance for ob taming money easy b WANTED A brijght polite boy j k who eau spell read and Ante to I clean the printers trade 12 to 1C v S carp of aRo APP at hie o cf e ip 1 Sftipi y 4 f 1 1CAPS AND CAPERS I A Story of Boarding School Life rlrlby Gabrielle E Jackson AuthorII of Pretty Polly I f 120101f1o0Caps s and Capers is a genuine ijjlyl wholesome and modern story of boardiug school life and quite un jliko the general run of this sort of t literature It is n book that young people will read more than once I We moot very delightful people gIrlsHuej ready for any fun that offers yet Iwilling to do their best for their j teachers who treat the girls ail reasonIingjsponsiblo creatures who must beg 5vatchod from morning till night lost they disgrace themselves and those who havo them in charge I f3 booktherei ijj jtho result of happy healthy girlhood Tliero is a comical Caps k and Caper Club with its secrotf meetings and midnight spreads jolly sleigh rides in their season at 01faanmatches and the most delightful L aliif1thesosuch a vein of happy thought that jj young people tIlt world over writ f4 read them with the keenest inter LI 4 Mrs Jackson writes charming jj books for the young leading themj It through most delightful fields of 2 imagination and romance The human interest is never wanting fin her work her powers of obser 3 vation are keen she draws char s actors as they should be drawn jsijand tells a story well and Capers is beautifully 11Caps bound and illustrated Altemus Company Phil tlulphiai3 WANTED Trustworthy mm and forEold established house of solid finan yeardandexpenses payable jaNo canvassing required Give refer= aeuces and enclose selfaddressed stamped envelope Address Mana fger 355 Caxton Uldg Chicago t Oldest Man in Kentucky I In the death of henry Richmond j DaytonjKyo ofiKentuckyother states Born in 1779 his lift has been almost coextensive with governlment fromt11ushtngtenFranklfuldamsJef ferson down to the present dayj He was born near Hull England While a young lad he conic to this country with his parents Many physicians are now pre cribiug Kodol Dyspepsia Cure reg ularly having found that it is the best prescription they can writo because it is the one preparation SjsarySj sia no matter what its cause H F PIEKATT James Lilly colored politician and wealthy was last Wednesday sentenced to serve 21 years in the penitentiary for tho murder of his wife in Harrison county StratfordjX lieved me the second and third al most cured Today I fain a well PIEILITTt yakt ing a pair of oxen was disombowl ed by one of the animals and died at his home near Lancaster Ky Henry Braydon Harris N C yearsfor Onhme more good than any thing else during that time Best Cough Cure H F PIEKATT Willie Flynu aged 5 while play ing with a Winchester rifle killed his threeyearold brother at Owensboro Ky clltsluurnsores is DoWi ttaWitch Hazel Sal vo A most remltAccoptonly Last Warning Taxes are now due and must be paid or property sold Call to day and settle H F PIER TJ D S y Y iASTHMA3 Ai r CURE FREE rTaarYtr 33 ryxli r 114- 11ten1ant tTtlrli hut Uft Let 4a POSTALII SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF whirr TOUR XAMB AX1 AIMMUCSS 1MA1NIY CHAINED FOR TgSd YEARS l Frame bushels AtlTmIAIEJIIt The C Ellof Villa III says Your trial bottle Asllimnt in condition I cannot tell thankful I feel for the good derived horn it I a slave chained with putrid sore Asthma for 10 years S I despaired of ever being cured I youiP advertisement for the cure of torinentg hudfoverspllkena To astonishment the acted a Send a sizix bottlerrIj III Rev Dr Morris of the Cong Unai Israel Xiw YUUK January tt t TAKT Uims MEDICINM Co F Gentlemen Your Asthmalenu i an ex cellent remedy for Asthma Hay its composition alleviates all troubles which combine with Asthma Its snccescl is iisUinisliiiiK wonderful t i iAfter having it carefully analyzed we can state that Asthmalene no tt- U opium morphineI chloroform or ether Very REV truly yourjj r j tr Ayes Srnix s X Y February 1 UMH 2Du TAFT Unos MEWOIXK Co r 1 Gentlemen 1 write this testimonial from a of duty having tested thrj wonderful effect of your Asthnialene for the cure of Asthma My wife has galllicted with spasmodic asthma for the past 12 years Having exhausted my killas well as many others chanced to see your sign upon your windowson 130th t aitreet New York I at once obtained bottle of tie Jly wife commenced taking it about the first XovemLer I very soon noticed a radical improvement rfAfter using ono the Asthma has disappearedand site is entirely free from Itllp symptoms I feel that I can conch the medicine to all who a- rerrliillictrdf o IX1 1 HELPS M I jj jIDK TAFT Uiios MED Co o February i fE Gentlemen I was troubled with Asthma for 22 years I have tried numerous stutedlwithbottle and I am ever grateful I have family of four and for six yeaii wortsoft I am now in the best of health and am doing business evem jJr1 1 Iii t 121mbstreet New York City J f f a O7iisvl Bottle Sent AbwoluteJy Jfc Ice on lRcceiptoC PcltnlII ri Do not delay Write at once addressing DR TAFT MHOS MEOICINKt HCOMPANY 7J East 13Hh Street New York City R SOLD BYl Altfc srI+ OPf + I I iini HDqGns 1fs n rS3d1 J fJ Je Whiskeg1 I U J IIFECT ll aiFROlVij OiSTILLERY CONSUMER j if j l Y rfP JL ZLLb fZLLLZqftLSJ t 1 WHISKEY IN JUGS N t O0ss I t is Hagans OW Uyo or Bourbon 0 years old per gallon 250 jg r rS Ha alls live or Bourbon 7 years old por gallon U75 r ki llagiina Old Kyc or Bourbon s years old por gallon 500 t 5ZZZZZZ J t SZ jttu4 XX zL1 WHISKEY 1N Ve will send 4 full quarts of Hagans Ryo or Bourbon 10 yoarf I old for 850 0 quarts for 500 or 12 full quarts 1000 packed in plain no marks with corkscrew and otchod glass xpross charges prepaid Wo do not prepay express charges on whiskey under 3 por gallon RYEPUREt SIKCIAI PRICE LIsTWe quote the following Brands of whiskies bottled and cased by Stoll Co Lexington Ky Old Elk 4s 12 bottles per Old Elk 4s 0 Lillard 4s 12 bottles por 1200IIff- II Bond Lillard 4s G S Bond Lillard 5s 12 1100 E Bond Lillard5s 0 550 Ijj Old Tarr 5c 12 bottles per case 1000 G bottles case 500 f Ashland 5s 12 hottlo per case 1000 G bottles per case 500II Old Elk is bottled in bond and also free tho bottled free only You run no risk whatever in sending us your order OlltedIrflargest distiller in State Address THE HAGAN DISTILLING Co LEXINGTON KY A Farm ttarr Sale I will sell my farm of 159 ACRES Consisting of about 80 acres of cleared more than half of iis in grass and the rest in good oak timber with one Good Dwelling House af four rooms anti a good well tf never failing water and outhouses crib and stables also two tenant houses There is a Fine Vein of the BEST COAL tram which several thousand arr sold each year The farm is one and one gobargainson or writing to WM H CORD Hazel Green Ky s ifr kt t J h4 Rev F Ridge of Icnc received good you how 1 was throat and saw this it trial my trial like charm me full 0 Wechsler Rabbi IOl DUH is and Fever mill and contains sense beenr owm Asthnid of bottle 1JOl chiidrcn t7 TO j Old tl CASES full for case case Bond per other which drilled indLe tt+ t rltUdtj WINCHESTER KY X H WITIIKRSPOON President UD HUNTEUCa nier Paid up Capital 10000000 Surplus 2000000 HandHoino deposit of 10421648 This Rank solicita the accounts of mer chants farmers traders anil business men Kentuckyand andtheoflegitimatebaukinr j Ce A LYNCH REIREBESTIK- GABNER BARNES SCO Wholesale Dry eoodsi Notions CHARLESTON W VA andkm KEEP COOL LadiB of Wolfe County 2OOO Pairs Boys Linen Pants Worth 25 Cents a Pair at9 JJjJ I JJ- J II j 400 Mens Linen Suits a ataj I il p4JlJ 250 Beautiful FlanneletteCoats l and Pants for Men atcd 1I1eI 1 VilORTH S500 IILatest2 II I LOUIS AND GUS LEXIN auo 3TON STRj41USfIl II State College of Kentuckysh l j j tb0If tgriutiutrd Urt c il maul Cluin II liiilnpcnl Mathematicnl Xormal Sehoui CIII ska JLCIuil1 EII Urtl g 1immied EngiulNilll Citrlil ngiiicrringl each titwhich extenila over fctir year and leach ti a ilcgrie1 1 facultyIj The gcncrnl faculty numbers more than thirty profcs irs mill iiistniftornR 3 County Appointees receive tuition iixtin rent in dormitories SI expeIiesThe ity I and iiiitlcrri l The kit ICisIatun njiprfipriuted iOUdd for a eollcge home for uunrl ro j uiiiiu n and a drill hull and gymi tsium hoe beet provided for men j l byiCongrpujF s Cratiuates rum the sevtTal coitnrs of ntudy nwlily rind excellent posii ii lions and liberalI remuneration Till demand iis largely in eves of thf 4ability of th vir to IIIIa1JSl year the mat iiiJitli n lit was ilia ji t tFurcatalogue nffnd of obtaining apjiointnHnt infoniintiun rigarding courses of studyI mid terms of txiniisidu apply to l I IJAIES 1C PATTF SON Fh D IL D Iruident t II IOrto Prof D C iFii2EC Buinrf Manaytr Lexington Ify J atri 1 r1InWFORD C CO iL Live Stock Commission Merchants I I IFOITIm SALE OI Cattle Hogs Sheep r Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI 0 ALSO Bourbon Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY Coasigtnucalwiicitrd= = I RTA11r 1rf AT1mNT- w I E3 LcsES2 I- cT E OCE SWIAIN 3T EETLEXSNGTOW KY FThe patronage of mountain o merchants is respectfully solic I ited and all orders will have prompt attention J T DAYo 1 DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE HAZEL GREEN KY Has in stocka stock of vibebuyingoverIinoi Ji houseini noderbuyS I HUGHES CHILL TONIC mtLtTtltlmi Beller 1111111 cllie1TIll h 2 As well as a Sure Cure for and Fevers Swamp Fevers and Bilious Fevers Justwhat you need at this season iTNKVKKKAiis t C niul 1 Mottle i SUCCKSS WOKTII K OWI Forty tears success in the nII proves ItiigheVTuniea great edy for Chills Snll malarial DI THIS OFFICE AND GLABM TEED 1NALL CASES I Silver wganffotte Ellils for sale now Silver Wyandotte Ihac Eggs Are at 100 Thoroughbred for 13 Buy a setting raise some THOROUGH BRED CHICKENS nolongerSTOCKFirstROBERT I CORD 33 Hazel Green Ky ltilOCijJ i I9LOOK A STILCII IS TIJIK ttlISill1tttl Chills TonicGuaranteedI r rucr tr ROBINS COINCOHPOltATKIl I LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY I DESCRIPTIOISATISFACTION I oooooooooooooooooooooo 8 EVERY PAIR 01 S TIGER PANT dgRipS5 Are Better Goods Reiter fade a d 5 Better Style Than Any Other T 8 For Sale by J Taylor Day 8 HAZEL CREEN KY G s WITHIl i sa9ooo0oooooaooooaooaMOx I it ttrJj 1 o EffiWIm 1Jl QrJ ir 1LoO owooaoooo JI Iroocooaaosooooo0 i IIn 41 V I 0 JJ i Y Ji ii pp a Oi04s40000ce4s NATURES DOCTOR FOR MADi ZIT ii CURES J Rheumatism DiptheriaI 1 iCrippei i DiseaseiPoisoningiKidney Liver arK Stomach Troubles Female Complaint Catarrh and Ceneral Debility r s uiu4fw- A IT CURESWHEN ALL ELSE FAILS 1 AD THE TESTIMONY OP TWO WELL KNOWN CITIZEns OF WOLFE Mr Cooper Hazel Green Ky- I purchased some of the Vita Ore of you in the latter part of March and after taking about a halfpint of tho Vihe Ore Elixer my nerves were as steady as when I was li years of ago and I am now pst 75 For more than a year I pad 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 Vitu Ore which my wife brought me from your house After Using it a week I went out and did three as hard work as I have dona in 25 ray and I was not more fatigued than 25 years ago over the same work worldrandto know what it did for me so they may try it Hoping every one who has that tired feeling incident to old age will buy VitiuOre of you and give it a fair trial I remain thankfully yours for putting me on to this remedy JAMESr LACY I can vouch for every word Mr Lacy jays in the above Iam his write and bought the medicine of Mr Cooper for him though I did not have much faith in it because we had triedso manyw things that did no good I have also 1 used Vitas Ore and am stronger and in better health than for years which I attribute to its useii Hits SOUTHEY 1 ACY Lacy Creek Ky June I 190J fiarVit Orej is 1a package bkh makes 1 iWiart of Elixer Dose0ne teaspoonful in giassof water Mailed to any addrei on receipt of price Address COQPEflHA J