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UO ea eseeeseeeooe rOOO 1 1500000 j I i SEE IN PRIZESIJJ THE HAZE GREEN HERALDEstablished March 4 1885 ijtade Famous in the Story of II Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell =i SEVENTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 20 1901 NUMBER 11 SPENCKK Owner PERERThe Oldestt Mostt PopularI Mostt WidelyI CirculatedI t d andd Mostt Quotedt Pa YEARPt t i F 11 CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signatiure of i In Use For Over i Thirty Year- sCASTORIA nO IIT NIIY YO cnY A BUSINESS TRAINING I AT THE LEXINGTON 4 BUSINESS 4 COLLEGE Gives capitalized results by preparing for Business Life and Insuring Employ ment to the ambitious and worthy 100 invested in this school helping of honor and trust WHY NOT YOU- GETTING A START in everythingWE WITH A CASH CAPITAL a Business Education is necessary without it such a training is indispensable OUR CATALOGUE out lining our several courses and circulars showing you what others are doing and how YOU can do likewise should be in your hands A postal will bring itIF YOUR MEANS are limited ask for Special Circu lar A telling you how you can be instructed at homeWE PREPARE for Civil b ervice PJ3ltlOUSunder Government Selections prepare public school teach ers to teach our Branches in other Business Collegesand prepare Stenogra phers and Bookkeepers for the best positions with the best Business Firms FREE First Lessons in Shorthand with Complete Instructions for the begin ner mailed free on application r EARN A SCHOLARSHIP FREE by working for us at your home during j explainsj t IN WRITING be sure to state you saw our ad in THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD Address BENJAMIN B JONES President LEXINGTON KY i Coin D C e- i KYtINCORPORATED l Kentuckyll a NEW AND APPROVED CONTRACT JUST ISSUED J Pays 4O per cent oer annum on All Money Investedi Weekswx i 00THREE+ OWED D7Q finn PASSED TO THE RESERVE r UlELflpOUUU AND THE SURPLUS FUND 1 atP I t Its patrons are among tho leading business mon and women in all the different callings of life Keeps its promises to the letter Run by men of business I standing and capacity Address 77t East Short Lexington KyII J H BAKER Secretary and Manager r r rJ F SADLER ColEstablished is 1866 COMMISSION MERCHANTS FOP TIlE SALE OF GatI1ellogsSceandp Stock Yards CINCINNATI O I IIUnion Long lltt nce Telephone WEST 101 i advances fade upon consignments nnd sales guaranteed Got Your Piiiiiii ata THE r EEMllrBlfiB i MAJOR CROFOOT Pays a Long Standing Board Bill With GUtEdged Stock DIDNT WAIT TO BE DUNNED There were signs in tho air that Major Crofoots landlady was working up her courage to proceed to extreme measures Those signs in cluded leaving his bod unmade and uncared for absence of mind when he asked for a second cup of coffeo a scarcity of pie when ho happened to bo late for dinner andstony stares on the part of tho landlady as she crowded past him on tho stairs When ho realized that a climax was not far away tho Majortook the initiative and aggressiveMadam ho said to the land lady as ho rose up from the din nor table if it will not be asking too much I wish you would bring up my bill some time during the evening I do not like my board bill to run on in thisway Youyou moan that you will settle up 1 sho eagerly queried Certainly maam You could have had aj check whuokfi ago had you spoken of it Do not fail to bring up my bill within an hour or twoI will bring it up within five minutesThe had scarcely got seat ed in his room and lighted a cigar and placed a checkbook on the table before him when the land lady timidly entered and handed him his bill for 11 weeks board He received it with marked indif ference glanced over it with careless eye and yawned as ho said Eleven weeks at S per week is 88 The bill isperfectly correct Hold on though Havent had some extras during tho time 1 Yes but never mind them1I But we must find them You are keeping a boarding house for the money there is in it and when oxtras arc furnished they must be paid for Shall wo say 100 al together Will that cover your bill Oh yes yes Major I hope you wont blame mo for wanting my money but you know Of course I know No one ex pects you are going to run a free boarding house Lets see Your first name is Susan I boliovo It is with alloyed pleasure that I make youout acheck for an even hundred dollars How can I thank you 7 gasped tho pleased landlady You neednt try to Its a moro matter of business between us If any thanks are due they are from me to you Mrs Bates you have shown your confidence in me Some landladies would have jump ed on me two months ago but you have let this bill run 11 weeks and never said a word Do you think I am insensible to such consider ation It is true that on several occasions I have found my bed unmade and trunk dragged out into tho bulb Lilt that was simply an error of judgment on your part II hope youll forgive me Theres nothing to forgive my dear woman Yes you had con fidence in my financial integrity and I would be an ingrate not to wish to reward you Thank heaven it is in my power to do so and at once Mrs Bates did you override out in a carriage of your own Never Major she answered And did you ever own 10000 worth of diampnda II Heavens nolI Ive always been a poor hardworking landlady you knowWell prepare to ride out in your carriage and loaded down with your own diamonds You have cast your bread upon the waters and it has returned Mrs Bates you know that I am a pro motor a speculator Why I knew that you were al ways getting up schemes Exactly and it is these schemes that have made ine a millionaire five timelloyer Let moinfprmyou of my latest Yesterday I incor porated the Great American Ex tract company with a capitalof a million dollars paid in There will be a forty per cent dividend tho first year and after that it will run to 100 Yes but I dont understand business you know said Mrs Bates as sho looked longingly at the clockBut can make you understand in about throe minutes This company proposes to extract the oils and essences from various things by a now and patented process In strict confidence let mo say that the spirits wo shall extract from horso radish alone will warrant a dividend of ton per cont Wo shall extract brandy from peaches burgundy from tomatoes and champagne from pineapples and artichokes In still stricter confidence I will tell you that wo shall take tho common burdock andextract from it a salad dress ing equal to tho host in market Mrs Bates your hour has come Good heavens how you scare me I Isho exclaimed as she fell back anti fanned herself with her apronIn other words continued the Major with a bland smile you aro to receive 10000 worth of stock of tho G A E Cas a reward for your confidence in mo Inside of two years tho stock will pay you dollar for dollar in dividends and you can have your brownstone front and your coachman Mrs Bates it pays to have confidence in Major Crofoot How goodof youhow good I sho whispered Yes 10000 worth of stock Mrs Bates but of course all free shares are expected to pay pro rata for making out tho articles in cor poration This 100 will just pay for your share You are a very lucky woman But dont I get tho 11 weeks board bill she asjced Certainly Herr it is But you dont 1 lund it over Because its your pro rata on tho stock you see no hand wash es tho other you know I congratulate you with all my heart Tho stock will be ready in about four weeks But you owe me 100 persist ed time landlady as sho fanned more vigorouslyI you 100 Mrs Bates but your pro rata has absorbed it In other words you havo increas ed your 100 to 10000 At one swoop you have ascended from poverty to affluence but I do not want any thanks Valor Crofoot is a man But you owed mo 11 weeks boardis a man who rewards those who put their trust in him Mrs Bates time bread you cast upon the waters has returned But whores my money has roturLed a hundred fold and now as I am very busy this evening I should like to be left alone As soon as tho stock is is sued it will be turned over to you and should you wishjjo draw your dividends in advance you have only to come to me Good evening Mrs BatesBut Crofoot youyou From turnips wo shall extract a juico to take tho place of cheap claret and from cucumbers something equal to alcohol for medical purposes In selecting your diamonds Mrs Bates be ware of off color stones She retired backward before his advance twisting her apron in her hands and trying to figure out how it was and presently ho had shut the door on her Major CrofootI sho called as she knocked No answer You owe mo for 11 weeks board I The silence of the grave I believe you are a deadbeat and Ill go to tho police I Not a leaf stirred and presently Mrs Bates kicked tho door six or seven times and went dowstairs to ask tho cook if there was any law to make her take 10000 and lose a hundred 11 THE VOICE OF ANARCHY I am Anarchy lied handed Blood handed Sullen and gaunt I brood ill the minds Of the beings I haunt I rob them of honor And love and shame And burn on their souls The blight of my nave A spirit of evil A specter ol dread Iu the shadow of ruin My black wings are sprendI 11 clutch at the throat Of the nation and tear The heart out of order Everywhere With lire and with outrage Withsteel and with lend I strike at the body By striking the head I live To give Destruction life And my suprcmest joy Is to destroy What those at any price Of sacrifice Upbuild to make a nation strong I know no wrong Hut right And that I fight Unreasoning and blind t In heart and mind A countrys flag Is but u rag To JU- eWhose hands Wave in all lands The crimson crepe of Anarchy All lawlessness is law Iu my itteem And no law other Do I deem Worth recognition Weapons in hand I stand Outsile the gate Of the land lad wait The hour To exercise my power I kill In order tofulfill My law of lawlessness My decalogue of death To body soul and mind Then drink to the health of me and mine What matters a life or two A kingly head or a freemans blood It is little enough to do For a cause like mine that overturns All order aud makes men free By forging upon them through ruin andI blood The fetters ofAnarchy William J Lampton in the New York Sun HOWS This t- Wo otTer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward for any caso of Catarr- that cannot bo cured by Halls Ca tarrh Cure F J CHENEY Co Props Toledo 0 Wo tho undersigned have known F J Cheney for time last 15 year- and believe him perfectly honor able in all business transactions financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm WEST it TUUAX Wholesale Drug gists Toledo 0 WALDINO DruKgists10Iedo Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of thot system Price 75c per bottle SoldI by all Druggists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are tho best The New Stone Culverts Tho town council of Hazel Green have acted wisely and well in or daining that the old wooden bridges shall be replaced by stone culverts The former liko the old wooden bridge across Red river have always been a sourse of ex pense and annoyance and have at times been exceedingly dangerous The wonder is indeed that the town has not been called upon to pay damages for an injured horse because holes large enough to ad mit a horses leg have frequently appeared and only the instinct of tho horse prevented an accident The stone culverts will eliminate all danger save expense and last for years without repair But there is no use to ordain unless they do and the sooner this work is done the better It ought to be completed before cold weather A Shocking Calamity Lately befell a railroad laborer writes Dr A Kellett of Willford Ark His foot was badly crushed but Bucklens Arnica salve quick 1 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 I Circuit Judge Scott has dismiss ed the suit brought by the Demo crate in which they sought to overthrow the work done by Republican County Judge E C Mil lion in redistricting Madii son county III iiba 4F It I Z uofwUQ A Request From the Mountain We have received from a frien the following request I am iin neodof somo information in regard to the intellectual and moral product of the mountain country of Kentucky I know of nothing that attempts a generous treatment of that people whom I am inclined to believe furnishedev thing considered their full quota ofstrong mol for every callin and enterprise of the state1t We are not able to give this in formation or to satisfactorily comply with this request and wo publish those sentences from the titter of our friend for the purpose of asking our readers if any one of them can supply this information We know that during the past five years some newspaper articles have been published and some valuable information was contained therein j but we cannot recall the time when or the paper in whose col umns these articles were published What is desired is some ac curate statement of tho distinguished men furnished by what aro known as the mountain counties to the Nation to Kentucky and to other states We want their names and some account of thei Lives Is there not some ono also who can furnish to The Herald a fuller account of the educational institutions which are now estab lished in those mountain counties Wo especially ask our friends who reside in those counties to do us the favor to answer this request There is in every one of those counties some friend of The Her aId who can furnish this inf mar tion as to his county j and then we 1will take if necessary the troubl- to compile from these various an swore tho required information Lexington Herald Working Night uiDay The busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was mado is Dr Kings Now LifO ills These pillsI strengthlistlessncss wendh building up the health Only 25c per box Sold by J T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sons Campton WaistedsMore men like Henry Pierattf I are need in our community at once That is men who will erect cottages for rent that people whoI advantagesiS of our academy may be able to do so He has in course of building four 5room cottages and we be lieve all of them have been spo ken in advance Forty houses in which families could be accom modated might be rented if we only had men of sufficient public spirit to erect them and those of our citizens who own land adapted to the purpose should look to it at onco Tho schoolattendance would thus be doubled and our merchants would have that many more customers Indeed the gen eral good that could thus be done is almost inestimable and men of means should see that no one is turned away for want of a house to live in Geo W Lane Pewamo MichI DyspepsiaCure gestion and stomach trouble that I ever used For years I suffered compelling completelyIn recommending to friends who suffer from indigestion I always offer to pay for it if it fails Thus far I have never paidH PIERATT The Reinecke coal companys employes were prevented from go ing to work at Madisonville Ky by armed union pickets on Wed nosday week and several bullets wore fired into tho company office Largo picture frames 16x20 for 85p to 125 sold by others for 250 to 300 Small frames in endless variety Large mantle mirrors French bevel glass for 325 worth 500 100 mirrors for GOf Family bible for 125 worth 300 Other valuable articles at reduced prices I am closing out to quit the business at this place Como at once or you will get left J T GKVEDON IIHazelGreen Ky iiili HssolLeoI1NH4 1500040 IN PRIZES SEE PAGE SI 110101100000101 UOODO oc r COUNTY + DIRECTORY + diCIRCUIT COURT FourthMonday 3 inSeptemberDAVID B REDWIXE Judge A F BYRD Commonweal thaAtloiney J erC0COUNTY COURT First Monday in each month G T CEXTEB Judge gW S TDTT Clerk A T Comma Sheriff AttorneyIuLC A88e8IIOrJOliNSurveyorFRANK 0MAGISTRATES COURTS TIME OF HOLDING AND OFFICIALS SIIOCKEYMagistrate holdingcourtcourtSECOND RosEJRinFebruary Magistrate ConstableCourtFebruaryMay LImoMagistrate MarchJuneunwMagistrate ThirdrandNovemberSEVENTH DISTBICT B F BOLIN Magistrate PORTER CLARK Constable Court days First Saturday in March June September and December OUVERMagistrate settime en Eastern Railwayr Tine Table IB Effect June 30 1901 EAST BOUND No2 t STATIONS Daily ex Not Sunday Daily PM Lye AM Lye Lexington 2 25 pm 7 40 am Winchester 3 10 pm 8 25 am LEJnncn 322pm S 37 am Clay City 3 56 pm 9 13 am Stanton 4 06 pm 9 23 am NatBridge 4 35 pm 9 54 am Torrent 4 49 pm 10 08 Beattyve Jc 5 11 pm 10 29 amII Jackson 000 6 15 pm 11 30 WEST BOUND No1 STATIONS Daily ex No3 I I Sunday Daily pmBeattvvepmTorrentpmNatBridge pmSpmClayLot EJuncu 910am 503pm Winchester 9 23 am 6 20 pm Lexington 10 10 am j 6 05 pm ManagerCHAST R MORGAN 8 P A LOVISVlLLm TIN AND STOVE COMPANY Jobbers and Dealers ins rozzE59aG d c GLOUXSYILL7s KY8 DILLER BENNETT WHOLESALE IIRNITnU F4 The Largest Exclusive 527 W Mail St Wholesale Furniture Dealer in the South LOlKYule KyDo j i Slieioiiu Manufacturers and Jobbers of MENS BOYSedo D SULU I fllllU607 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY REH BEVERSON aOt WHOLESALE j iSAD liBBY ar 5O8312 W MAIN STREET = LOUISVILLE KY MARiOOPYRIOKTI Jd mvbava tea IIa IN b ttaKs-m i w k eve T1arnrwt rst a s1le 1- N I1 jC 1WU1kb n r 1F 1 I ro cc o o CC o1 i00001N ij I i PRIZESJIJII OOBOttomn SEE J a 4 THE E66Established5 by IN PRIZESI 1I SEVENTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 26 1901 NUMBER 11 SEE PAGE 3 SPKNCKK COOPKU 44Ownert r ta CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought t Bears the Signatureof In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASIORIA I a OaIlTAV 0 a Oln A BUSINESS TRAINING AT THE LEXINGTON i BUSINESS i COLLEGE Gives capitalized results i by preparing for Businessa Life and Insuring Employ ment to the ambitious and worthy 100 invested in this school helping of honor and trust WHY NOT YOU- GETIING A START i the world is everything WE START YOU WITH A CASH CAPITAL rEducationr is a training is indispensable OUR CATALOGUE outlining our several course- t and circulars showing you f what others are doing and how YOU can do likewise fI should be in your hands A postal will bring itIF YOUR MEANS are lim itedask for Special Circu lar A telling you howk you can be instructed at homeWE PREPARE for Civil b ervice positions under Government Selectionsprepare public school teach ers to teach our Branches in other Business Collegesand prepare Stenogra phers and Bookkeepers for the best positions with the best Business Firms FREE First Lessons in Shorthand with Complete Instructions for the begin ner mailed free on application EARN A SCHOLARSHIP FREE by working for us at your home during spare hours Circular B explains WRITE TODAY naming Course desired IN WRITING be sure to state you saw our ad in THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD Address BENJAMIN B JONES President LEXINGTON KY Th Indu trial Mutual n D it CCo OF LEXINGTON KY INCORPORATED The Pioneerr and Leader in Weekly Investment Field in Kentucky NEW AND APPRONED CONTRACT JUST ISSUED Pays 40 per cent oer annum on All Money Invested Redeems all Contracts in 16 Weeks HAS PAID CUSTOMERS IN FIFTY n I 7fi flflft fiO THREE 53 WEEKS OVER UUUUUU a 79 non PASSED TO THE RESERVE OVER CM Olj U U U AND THE SURPLUS FUND I itil Its patrcius are among tho loading business men and women in all the different callings of life JSsVKeeps its promises to the letter Run by men of business standing and capacity Address 77 East Short Lexington Ky J H BAKER Secretary and Manager rJ F SADLER Co1g Established in 1866 COMMISSION MERCHANTS FOIl TUB SALE OF GtI1ellosSeeand r Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI O Long Db ante Telephone WEST 101 pLiben cash advances ade upon consignments and tales guaranteed 1et Your IIltinD att ip JQPI Itno MAJOR CROFOOT Pays a Long Standing Board Bill With GUtEdged Stock DIDNT WAIT TO BE DUNNED There wero signs in tho air that Major Crofoots landlady was work ing up her courage to proceed to extreme measuros Those signs included t leaving his bod unmade t and uncared for absence of mind when he asked for a second cup of coffee a scarcity of pio when ho happened to be late for dinner andstony stares on tho part of tile landlady as she crowded past him on tho stairs When ho realized that a climax was not far away the Majortook tho initiative and aggressiveMadam ho said to tho land lady as ho rose up from the dinner table if it will not bo asking too much I wish you would bring up my bill some time during the evening I do not like my board bill to run on in thisway Youyou moan that you will settle up 1she eagerly queried Certainly maam You could have had a check wheoks ago had you spoken of it Do not fail to bring up my bill within an hour or two I will bring it up within live minutesThe had scarcely got seat ed in his room and lighted a cigar and placed a checkbook on the table before him when tho land lady timidly entered and handed him his bill for 11 weeks board He received it with marked indif ference glanced over it with care less eye and yawned as ho said Eleven weeks at 8 per week is S8 The bill is perfectly correct Hold on though I Havontl had some extras during tho time 1- aYee but paver mind them But wo must find thorn You are keeping a boarding house for the money there is in it and when extras are furnished times must bo als together Will that cover your bill Oh yes yes l Major I hope you wont blame mo for wanting my money but you know Of course I know No ono ex pacts you are going to run a free boarding house Lets soc Your first name is Susan I believe It is with alloyed pleasure that I make you out achcck for an oven hundred dollarsHow cats I thank you 1 gasped tho pleased landlady You neednt try to Its a more matter of business between us If any thanks are duo they are from me to you Mrs Bates you have shown your confidence in me Some landladies would have jump ed on me two months ago but you have let this bill run 11 weeks and never said a word Do you think I am insensible to such consider ation It is true that on sev eral occasions I have found my bed unmade and trunk dragged II out into tho hall but that was simply an error of judgment on your part II hope youll forgive me Theres nothing to forgive my dear woman Yes you had con fidence in my financial integrity and I would be an ingrate not to wish to reward you Thank heav en it is in my power to do so and at once Mrs Bates did you over ride out in a carriage of your own Never Major she answered And did you ever own 10000 worth of diampnda Heavens 110 I Ive always been a poor hardworking landlady you knowWell prepare to ride out in your carriage and loaded down with your own diamonds You have cast your bread upon the waters and it has returned Mrs Bates you know that I am a pro motor a speculator Why I knew that you were al ways getting up schemes Exactly and itis these schemes that have made me a millionaire five times over Let me infprm you of my latest Yesterday I incor porated the Great American Extract company with a capital of a million dollars paid in Thoro will bo a forty per cent dividend tho first year and after thnt it will I run to 100 Yes but I dont understand business you know said Mrs Bates as she looked longingly at the i clockBut can make you understand in about throo minutes This I I company proposes to extract theT IIthingsII say that the spirits wo shallox tract from horse radish nlono will I warrant a dividend of ton per cont J Wo shall extract brandy from pouches burgundy from tomatoes i and champagne from pineapples and artichokes In still stricter confidence I will tell you that wo I shall take tho common burdock and extract from it a salad llre8sl ing equal to tho host in market I Mrs Bates your hour has come Good heavens how you scare me I she exclaimed as she foil back and fanned herself with her apronIn other words continued the Major with a blunt smile you are to receive 10000 worth ofstock of tho G A B Csis a reward for your confidence in mo Inside of two years the stock will pay you dollar for dollar in dividends and you can have your brownstono front and your coachman Mrs Bates it pays to have confidence in Major Crofoot How good of you how good she whispered Yes 10000 worth of stock Mrs Bates but ofcourse all free shares are expected to pay pro rata for making out the articles in cor poration This 100 will just pay for your share You are a very lucky woman But dont I get the 11 weeks board bill she asked Certainly How it is But you dont hand it over Because its your pro rata on tho stock you see Ono hand wash os tho other you know I con gratulate you with all my heart Tho stock will be ready in about four weeks But you owe me 100 persist ed tho landlady as she fanned more vigorouslyI you 100 Mrs Bates but your pro rata has absorbed it In other words you have increased your 100 to 10000 At one swoop you havo ascended from poverty to affluence but I do not want any thanks Major Crofoot is a man But you owed mo 11 weeks hoard is a man who rewards those who put their trust in him Mrs Bates tho bread you cast upon tho waters has returned But wheres my money has returned a hundred fold and now as I am very busy this evening I should liko to bo loft alone As soon as the stock is issued it will bo turned over to you and should you wish to draw your dividends in advance you havo only to come to mo Good evening I Mrs BatosII But Major Crofoot youyou I From turnips wo shall ex tract a juice to take tho place of I cheap claret and from cucumbers j something equal to alcohol for medical purposes In selecting your diamonds Mrs Bates be j ware of off color stones Sho retired backward before his advance twisting her apron in her hands and trying to figure out how it was and presently ho had shut the door on her Major CrofootI sho called as she knocked No answer You owo me for 11 weeksl board I The silence of tho grave- I believe you are a deadbeat and Ill go to the police I Not a leaf stirred and presently Mrs Bates kicked the door six or seven times and went dowstairs to ask tho cook if there was any law to make her tako 10000 and lose a hundred fi THE VOICE OF ANARCHY I am Anarchy lied handed Blood handed Sullen and gaunt I brood in the minIM Of the beings I haunt rob them of honor And love and shame And burn on their souls The blight ot my name A spirit of evil A specter ol dread In the shadow of ruin MyI black wings arc spread clutch at the throat Of the nation and tear he heart out of order EverywhereWith with outrnglIWithsteel ud with lead I strike at the body ISy striking the head liITo give- Destruction life And my supremext joy Is to destroy What those at any price Of sacrifice Upbuild to make a nation strong know no wrong Hut right And that I fight- Unrelsonin and blind In heart 111I111IilltlIA countrys Hag Is but u rag To III- CWhose hands Nave in all lands The crimson crepe of Anarchy All lawlessness is law In lIIyesteem mud no law other Do I deem Worth recognition Weapons in hand 1 stand Outside the gate Ofthelaudmud The hour To exercise my power I kill In order tofulfill My law of lawlessness My decalogue of death To bodysoul and mind Theo drink to tie health of me and mine What mutters a life or two A kingly head or a freemans blood It is little enough to do For a cause like mine that overturns All order and makes men free Ity forging upon them through ruin and blood The fetters ofAnarchy William J Lampion in the New York Sun Hows This t- Wo offer Ono Hundred DollarsI Howard for any case of Cahrr- that I cannot be cured by Halls Ca tnrrh Cure F J CHENEY Co Props Toledo 0 Wo tho undersigned have knownI F J Cheney for tho last 15 years and believe him perfectly honor ablu in all business transactions financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm WEST it TUUAX Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 WALDINO KINNAN r tfe MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0- Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of time system Price 75c per bottle Sold by all Druggists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are tho best The New Stone Culverts Tim town council of Hazel Green have acted wisely and well in or daining that tho old wooden bridges shall be replaced by stone culverts The former like the old wooden bridge across Red river have always been a sourse of ox ponso and annoyance and have at times been exceedingly dangerous Tho wonder is indeed that the town has not been called upon to pay damages for an injured horse because holes large enough to ad mit a horses leg have frequently appeared and only tho instinct of I the horse prevented an accident The stone culverts will eliminate i all danger save expense and last for years without repair But there is no use to ordain unless they do and time sooner this work is done the better It ought to be completed before cold weather A Shocking Calamity Lately befell a railroad laborerI writes Dr A Kollett of Willford Ark His foot was badly crushed but Bucklons Arnica salve 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 I Circuit Judge Scott has dismiss ed the suit brought by the Demo crats in which they sought to overthrow the work done by Re publican County Judgo E C Mil lion in redistricting Madisoni county III f i5t it31tzp r A Request From the Mountaiai We have received from a friend tho following request I am iin need ofsomo information in regard to tho intellectual and moral product of the mountain country of Kentucky I know of nothing that attempts a generous treat ment of that people whom I am inclined to believe furnished ov timing considered their full quota ofstrongmerl for every calling and enterprise of the state Wo are not able to give this in formation or to satisfactorily comply with this request and wo publish those sentences from the letter of our friend for the purpose of asking our readers if any ono of them can supply this information Wo know that during the past five years some newspaper articles have boon published and some valuable information was contained therein but we cannot recall the time when or tho paper in whose col umns these articles were publish ed What is desired is some ac curato statement of the distin guished men furnished by what are known as tho mountain counties to tho Nation to Kentucky and to other states We want their names and some account of their lives Is there not some ono also who can furnish to The Herald a fuller account of the educational institutions which are now estab lished in those mountain counties We especially ask our friends wh reside in those counties to do us the favor to answer this request There is in every one of those counties some friend of The Her ald who can furnish this iufrvma tion as to his county and then we will take if necessary the trouble to compile from these various an swore tho required information Lexington Herald Working Night utDay The busiest and mightiest thing that ever was mado littleI Kings Now Life Pills These piUs strengtblistlessness wendh building up the health Only 25c per box Sold by J Tr Day Hazel Green or S S Combst Sons Campton Men of Enterprise Waited More men liko Henry Pieratt are need in our community at once That is men who will erect cottages for rent that people who advantagesrof our academy may be able toed 0 so He has in course of building four 5room cottages and we believe all of them have been spoken in advance Forty houses iin which families could be accom modated might be rented if we only had men of sufficient public spirit to erect them and those o our citizens who own land adapted to tho purpose should look tit at once The school attendance would thus be doubled and our merchants would have that many more customers Indeed the gen eral good that could thus be done is almost inestimable and men of means should see that no one is turned away for want of a house to live in Geo W Lane Pewamo Mich writes Your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is tho best remedy for indi gestion and stomach trouble that I ever used For years I suffered compelling me untold agony I am complete ly cured by Kodol Dyspepsia Cure In recommending to friends who suffer from indigestion I always offer to pay for it if it fails Thus far I have never paidH PIERATT The Reinocko coal companys employes were prevented from go ing to work at Madisonville Ky by armed union pickets on Wed nosday week and several bullets wore fired into the company office Large picture frames 10x20 for 851 to 125 sold by others for 250 to 300 Small frames in endless variety Large mantle mirrors French bevel glass for 825 worth 500 100 mirrors for t10f Family bible for 125 worth 300 Other valuable articles at reduced prices I am closing out to quit the business at this place Como at once or you will get loft J T GRVEDON Hazel Green Ky McNabb Property 2 +COUNTY + DIRECTORY + CIRCUIT COURT v Third Monday in January Fourth Monday in April and Third Monday in SeptemberDAVID R REDWINE Judge A F BYRD Commonweal AttoJney J F VAKSANT Master Comm 88ior ere C C HANKS Trustee Jury Fund 0COUNTY COURT First Monday in each monthkG T CENTER Judge W S TTJTT Clerk A T Coups Sheriff AUorneyISAAC AssessorJoiisFRANK SAMPLE Coroner 0MAGISTRATES COURTS w TIME op HOLDING AND OFFICIALS SUOCKEYMagistrate 4 courtSECOND nOSEJRinFebruary MagIstrate s ConstableCourtFebruaryMayFOURTH DisrmucrIt H LEOO Magistrate WM SPENCER Constable MarchJuneFIFTH SIXTUJ N CHAMBERS Magistrate in both districts DAVID ThirdFriday r November andIISEVENTH DISTRICT B F Magistrate PORTER CLAIIK COD Court days First Saturday in March June September and December seo 1holding court Leunglm and Eastern Railway Tine Table la Effect June 30 1101 EAST BOUND I No2 3 STATIONS Daily ex I Sunday No4IPelt Lye A3I Lre Lexington 2 25 pm 7 40 am amtLEJnucn 3 22 pm S 37 am Clay City 3 50 pm 0 13 am Stanton 408 pm 9 23 am NatBridge 4 35 pm 9 54 am Torrent 4 49 pm 10 08 eattyve Je 5 11 pm 10 29 amII Jackson 6 15 pmjll 30 Ott WEST BOUND No1 STATIONS Daily ex No3 Sunday Daily bpmBealtrvepinTorrent i pmNatpmStanton 12LtEJuncn12 AII LOUISVILLE COMPANYfJobbers and Dealers i- nsTc iJ- YESJapaned and Tinware ClLOVXBYJLLE KT- jj DILLER + BENNETT 1 WHOLESALEjj flLltNIT1JK1The Wholesale Largest rave 527Wltisia St Dealer in the South ItOHlBTlllO Ky J HsCoManufacturers and Jobbers of 8c MENS CHILDREN BOYS ClOTHI I111 U 607 W MAIN STREETLOUISVILLE KYrREH BEVERSON CO Xi WHOLESALE i a SADDLEBT1 S08S12 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY tt l ttAYKATSTRApRMARKt OOrYRIC1ftTEANODLS1f M f wRireiwlfasa is fW 1 YM Yta gala lae6egatr itrarfaa r- 1IWIrMtr 4 aMM 1nl gut Nlr Y y 3- a r j wRKB ti TTIE HERALD SPENCER COOPER Editor I HAZEL CREEN KYwTHURSDAY September 20 1001 + nnounClBmBnT + Fr Aueuor We are authorized to announce ELIJAH ROSE of Stillwater as a candidate for the office of Assessor subject only to the will of the people ni expressed at the polls on Tuesday November 5 1001 DEMOCRATIC TICKET 0For State Senator34th District C D SUBLETTof CountyForJESSE P MORRIS of Morgan County 1 1THECOUNTY TICKET 5 For JudgeJ W CONGLETON For AttorneyC C FULKS Far ClerkW S TUTT I For Sheriff T F STAMPER For Supt Schools J W TAULBEE I For Jailer J B LITTLE For AssessorS X HOBBS For Coroner FRANK SAMPLES IliiElection Tuesday Nov 5 1901 LEON F CZOLGOSZ was placed trial Monday for the murder of President McKinley on September 6 The trial was in the Supreme Court of Erie county Buffalo N I Y Judgo Truman C White pre dI anftoday andI what that sentence will be is a question of paramountimportance Only for tho assertion by some ofr the medical fraternity that th I doctors killed himCzolgosz woul- l undoubtedly have been hung no electrocutedas that is the punishment in New York state fo crimes But under our flawsthe prisoner is given the ben efit of all doubts and iu this in stance tho doubt as to the immediate cause of the presidents death may influence the Judge in passing sentence Should it do so life imprisonment will be the sentence and that will be altogether unsatisfactory t r- l k MollyHaueyrejoice to hear that she has a position i as nurse at St 9H09P1ttal Lexington and nothing be more congenial to one of her disposition Gentle quiet kind11 sympathetic we opine that under i It the motherly care and admonition superioriof that institution she will in time become a favorite and famous essentialkqualifications for a career of that kind to a remarkable extent and should she fail to fulfill our fore cast then there is nothing in natu ral endowment Maud the premium bay mare of Taylor Days and which was kicked on the forearm by a mule some time ago died from her injuries on Monday week it The letter from Mrs John Adtams which brought the news about r Miss Molly Haney also stated that to thatrwithtYpastand DirsfFarmerAdamsWn around Hazel Green 18 dead but noaparty f LaitWariUg t Taxes are now due andQatb r rpaid or of fi to4ay jtJl1 rf 1 J F PIERA A SK rs 1 r r titY t s TARRIED AND ARRESTED Such Was the Fate of William Williams on Thursday- of Last Week Last Thursday was a day of considerable excitement in Hazel Green Early in tho day it was announced that Myrtle Franklin the daughter of Dick Franklin and ife of color was to bo married at high noon In the meantime j the groomtobe William Williams coloredapproached H F Pioratt and asked for change for a 20 bill Mr Pieratt did not have it and Williams then called upon Weed Garrett clerk at J T Days store who hastily changed the bill but remembering that it had a peculiar feelho took the bill from his pocket and examined it more minutelywhen ho discovered that in was a raised hill being a one dollar changed to a 20 by past ing 20 in three several places He called Williams told him the bill was raised from a one to twentyand pointed out to him the many discrepencies and bungle some work in changing the bill from one to 20 thinking that he could not read When it was then explained Williams remarked Yes I see it now But from there within 80 minutes ho went to John M Rose and again do iI mauled change Mr Rosa did not have the change but Loticed that the bill was a bad ono It was then thought that Wiliiams was trying to do some one on the bill notwithstanding young Mr Garrett had warned him of its crookedness and arrangements were made to change it But when Mr Rose told him Henry Cecil1 could give him tho change Wll t hams said he would not have i changed A conference was holdl and these facts discussed when a warreut was sworn out against him for attempting to pass a rllisedj I j bill Deputy Sheriff paired to the residence of the bride tobe and arrived before the twainI had been united He arrestedI j Williams and took him beforo Judge Wheeler who ordered himI before the grand jury then in ses sion at Campton After that gn with him to the residence of his fiance which he did and Rev Mr French being called united tho twain in the holy bonds c Nat urally he wanted to le with his I I I bride and hunted up bondsmen for his appearance on the following morning Dr Andy Nickell and John Ward became his sureties i f in r the sum of 100 BONDer I ourl selves indebted to H Pioratt I D S for the appearance of m1 Williams of color at Pieratts atr71t j oclock m Sept 20th 1901 and j Williams hereby agrees in the event he should leave to deliver to his bondsmen John Ward and Dr j A C Nickell his newly married wife without the sound of a ham mer his WM x WILLIAMS mark JOHN WARD A C NICKELL In making the bond Williams made a X between William and i Williams leaving the impression I that he could not write He showed up promptly on Friday morning Curtis Quicksall was depu I by Deputy Sheriff Pieratt to II take him to Campton Before going he consulted W H Kaihat torney and gave his note to that gentleman to defend him when he subscribed his uaui in a very legible hand writing He had learned to write a beautiful hand in one night The grand jury iindicted him his bail was fixed at 500 and failing to give it he was remanded i to jail He said he got the bill from Jim Stacy a drummer and this is corroborated by Stacy who was here Monday andt went to Campton to see if he could get Williams released Mr Stacy failed to effect nay thing by his trip to Campton and now looks like the negro will have to stay in jail until the nexttt of court In the meantime the bride has taken service as help our better seveneighths and will grieve for her absent husband One feature of this oaso is very peculiar and that is the character of Williams which is sans ro t proche among those who know him D best and there ia great sympathy for him in his trouble The young lJ woman has much sympathy also B W Pursell Kintersvillo Jcsays he suffered 25 years with piles and could obtain no relief until DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve effected permanent cure Counterfeits are worthless H P PIERATT H t f Ji i J i t 4 ALL IS OKlt BY SAM WILSON All is oer Our ruler is no more Peacefully sleeping neath the mound While tears of nations flow around And on and on the requiems surge The deepest strains of sorrows dirge All is oer Those lips will nevermore Sweetly soothe the nations ear And fill the lUtcnini heart with cheer Ah who can sing his noble worth In wisdoms hails or at the hearth All is oer Well never see him more No more upon this earthly sphere limit O remembrance will hold dear Of him whose lift a splendor drew Around devotions shrine so true All is oer lies on a brighter shore He met death calmly closed his eyes No tempestuous clouds bedecked the skies And murmured in his last farewell alt iin Gods way nnd all is wcll4 All For Only 8100 For 100 cash in advance youji get TIE HERALD for 12 months j jIIII the Monthly New York World 32pago magazine for 10 months j I Good Times a department conga monthsIand a guess on tho vole of governor in Ohio Massachusetts and Iowa I which may bring you 5000 You j have anyhow 90S chances of gotjI ting your money back There aro ofi3 100 of 4 142 of 55of 10 and 10 of ii15each beside 10 prizes ranging from 25 to 5000 Sure ly you ought to guess close enough Ito catch something tf Death of Aunt Nancy Chenault Aunt Nancy Chenault well known in this immediate vicinity for her culinary qualifications all prinI ciples died at the home of Toe Miller where she had of lute made fluxtt aged about 70 years and was bur ice Saturday at tho old Holdorby graveyard Aunt Nancy will be remembered with gratitude by many for her timely service in ill ness generally and for her indi vidual introduction of many o the boys and girls to our town a ceremony she performed in man families hereabouts Sho was en dowed with good common sense which together with experience rendered her counsel valuable inIII household affairs especially to I I young and inexperienced She hadl been married twice her first hus band being Chennult whose name she always retained although hot last husband was named Lark and from her account of him ho was n lark and no mistake Ono son Harvey Chcnault was the result her first marriage and ho died IOf four years ago of cousump tion Her first husband diedand she separated from tho last one Poor old soul let us hope that she jis gone to a happy home whore sorrow shall never more be known Poor old Aunt Nancy is at rest Her days of strife are oer She viewsI a brighter rainbow now Than eer she did before Hard was her lot the passing years Toldl on her wrinkled brow God called her soul to a fairer home And there the is happy ho- wWANTEDTrustworthy men and women to travel and advertise for old established house of solid financial standing Salary 780 a year and expenses all payable in cash No canvassing required Give refer ences and enclose selfaddressed stamped envelope Address Mana ger day Caxton Bldg Chicago tf Circuit Court Notes John Weeden Hall and Mason Hall who stole meat from tho smoke house of Porter Lacy some time since an account of which appeared in THE HERALD at the j time were arraigned beforo Judge Redwino last week and sentenced as follows Weed Hall to the penitentiary for 2 years and 1nsonc Hall to the Reform school at Lex ington for two years he being only about 14 years of age Clint Buchanan for the murder of E B Little got his case continued to next term William Williams for passing counterfeit money a raised bill had his case continued until next term and in default of 500 bail went to jail The Story of Sankeys Voice In a forthcoming number of The Ladies Homo Journal Clove and MolTott is going to toll for the first time the real story of Ira Saukeys great voice Not the toast interesting of the incidents at le will relate is the singers own description of how that famous hymn The Ninety and Nine ame to be writtenAWhen you hayo head ache or ESE F Pieratt Hazel Green tf 1 az 1n E7 Call For Mass Meeting- J Morton Roso tlomocrntio nominee for countable in District No1 Red River has this day filed with mo his resignation as such and the place is therefore declared vacant And in purauj Currol1Itho democrats of said precinct to I meet in mass convention on Saturday Sept 28 1G01 at 2 oclock p m to select n candidate for said I position to be voted for Nov 1001 G B SwANGo- Ch 5II Dem Com Wolfe Co Henry Pieratt bought all tho picture frames tho agent of tho Chicago Portrait Co had leftover and is selling them 50 percent cheaper than tho agent sold thorn The number is limited anti if you want ono youd better move in a hurry as they are going like hot cakes 52lf t trmsac1Iii lot of rock in tho well being drill ed by Ritchio it Kash for the new academy and it took them several hours to drill out tho foreign mat ter so they could go ahead Wheth 1or it was done by mischievous boys I or by older heads for pure cussed ness we are not informed but the deedcaused considerable trouble and we doploro the fact that such j people abide among us In a sense they are anarchists and all truo Americans aro down on anarchy When you havo headache or neuralgia try Triphene Sold by SS Combs it Sons Campton and tfaThe contract for building tho basement story and tho other stone work of tho academy was lot t John B Duels of our town which ia a compliment to him consider ing that he had to bid against stone masons of Lexington anti other places The price is pri I vats girlfto cook wash and iron for small chinyj dren to nurse Apply at HERALD OFPICEI F N Day was on Tuesday morn lug summoned to tho bedside of his brother L M Day of Ueatty villa who is quite ill Mr Dnyj is about GO years of ago and forIyears has boon troubled with pepsin which may bo his main j trouble now Fred tolls us that j he had heard ho has foyer but this does not know Ho loft ofII day morning for Torrent reached Beattyvillo that evening j j I I CASTOR IIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of Larkin Lowe has tho thanks the editor and his bettor ofII eighths for a fine mess of tain WAoysteraII county in Eastern Kentucky to sell j I White Sewing Machines Iluatjf ling men are the only kind that need apply and to thorns I can of fer special inducments Write to J T GEVKDON 4243tf Hazel Green i Taylor Johnson will please nCI t cept our thanks for sonic nice brain food i Tom Mayno tho drug drummer was pin town yesterday and today and took some orders Mrs Geo Rico has tho thanks of tho editor and his Bettor sovon eighths for a fine mess of very fine sweet potatoes Bug aa8 HaQaQ 1 Fresh Lemons Royal Maccaroni Brown C Sugar 6c Granulated 7c Arbucle coffee 12 12Cood Creen Coffee lOc and 124- ciJF All other goods in proportion CECIL BROS FOR SALRA scholarship in the KentuckyUniversity this office some young man can save several dollars tf tO TilE LEAF A sick lady cured of her deafness and oises in the head by Dr Nicholson Ear Drums gave 10000 to his Institute so that deaf people unable to the Ear Drums may have them ree Address No 4486 The Nicholson 780 Eighth Avenue NewYor- k4lr J Questions for Women i Are you nmrous f Are you completely exhausted Do you suffer every month II you answer yes to any of these questions you have ills which Winof Carded cures Do you appreciate what perfect health would be to l After taking Wine of Cardul tliotmndt like you have real lard it Nervous strain loss of sleep cold or indigestion starts menstrual disorders that are not noticeable at first but day by day steadily prow into troublesome complications Wine of Cardul used just before the men strual period will keep the female system in perfect conditioni This medicine is taken quietly at home catstonly i to test this remedy which is endorsed by 1000030 cured worn Mrs Loa T FrUburg Eat SL Loch III sayst I am physically a new woman by reason of my use of Wlae of Cardul and Thedfords Black Drought In cases rrgalrtng Rpotl1 tllrcctlon ad dfeasgtvtns symptomsTho LaatesAdre err Uapartmcnt Tho Clattanooia Mcdl CIne Co Chattanooga Tenuf i ANI ORDiNANCE I To Replace Wooden Bridges With Stone Culverts It is ordered that sealed bids lie received up to 12 oclock noun on Iln dajScptiKi ttier lttli llUl for the purpose of putting stone culverts iu the town of Hazel Gretu where wooden liritlgc zloty art ariordiiic to plans mid fcpwincalious now on file at the store room of John M Hose Bids tniiat he made hy the cubic yard and work must l le measured after the cul rents are coinjilttml 1- ChatinunuaC It HOSE secretary The Committee on Culverts Jthn II Knof I T Whaley and John IS Davisi with whom all bin inml lie tiledand the COIIIIII lIt e reserves till right to reject any all lLida Ior it DAY HOUSE iHAZKL GREEN KY N B GRAHAM raoiTirron This house has recently been retunnhhcd and renovated and under the present man ageincnt will continue to maintain the high reputation heretofore accorded it for home iike ronifiirlK and its culinary department i The table abounds with the best the country allbnU and the patronage tit the public Ih rexptrtfullv solicited Siiiir Ioms for coi merfial tourists Livery stable in coiiiltCiion where burses nnd vphirlts will have the bet attention THE NEW YORK WORLD ALMOST A DAILY AT Tin IKICi 411 A WCKUIV prtMdcnlia campaign is over but the IThc beer on jut the same and it is full of To learn this news just as it is and iuytxrtiallyall that you Imve to do is to look in the columns of The Tli ricca Week Edition of time New York World which comes to the subscriber ICC times a year asIi a publisher news given n lalion wherever the English language it spoken and you want it The Thrice aWeek Worlds regular suit scriptmn price is only 3L00 per year We ofler this unequaled newspaper and THli HiXBfc OBBKX HERALD together for SII0J- 4rThe regular subscription price of the two papers is flOO CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY I have been selling perfumes for time past months I make them mjtclfct home Isix tell to trisects and neighbors Have 710 Every one buys a bottle For I 50 cents worth of material I make Perfume j that would cost JJOO in drug stores I first made it tor my own use only but the curiosity of friends as to where 1 pro cured such exquisite odors prompted me to sell it I clear from x25 to 35 per week I do not canvass people conic and send to pcrIIsout stamps I will send you the formula for amok Ii inc all kinds of perfumes and a sample hot prepaid I will also help you getIel etllin business MAUTllA FKAXCIS II South Yandeveiitrr Avenue St Louis rWMHK sH ll OI I I + flb one atLaw + I IJJ HAZEL CREEN KYiWill practice in courts of Wolfe and aol11 f ioiuing counties Collections specialty ooauOQ oOOCOCCMII BO YEARSIfIf TRADE MARKI I DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS AC Anyone 1InyeutlonIprobablymaygulcttraacertala I coolldeotlsl Oldest agent forsecurlagpatenta raoatvoepPoemlu5 la America We have a Wubl11totOD once 1 SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN beaatifatlJ ofanyYearShSastzmpleaandIIa1100K D MWNN It CO 3O1 roadway few Fer- nMENDELWENSTOCK 5 CO HATS027029 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY HERALD BESTand tl hfap fVitajBOre will relieve you of all aches and pains Agents wanted stampSponsor 3 F EEs+ THE NEW YORK MON THY IETO ALL NEW SUHSCRIBERS AND ALL OLD ONES WHO RENEW IN SO DAYS FOR Tim Hazelll- ZBy Green Herald I I a Special Arrangement with tho Publishers of tho Now York Monthly World wo can and will until September I 1901 give every now subscriber and every old ono who renews boforo that time the NEWYORK MONTHLY WORLD as a premium I ABOUT THE MONTHLY THE MONTHLY WOULD is a 32pngo MagazineWORLDjj It is copiously illustrated with pen drawings and tions of photographs The illustrations are the result of the best tistic skill aided by all tho latest printing press appliances its magazine appearance unrivaled in the quality of its contents and tho beauty mjj Each issue contains stories of romance love adventure j stories of fiction and fact stories of things quaint and curious gath jered together from till over tho world tho results of scientific re search and interesting editorial reviews It numbers among its con trilntors the leading literary pled and women of the tiny its comic i 1pngo3 bill present tho work of famous comic stints There will bo funny paragraphs and pictures A 1 feature ouch month will ho the largo first page portrait of tho most famed maul or woman of tho moment in tho public lyejj In collecting and preparing for publcation the literary matter and art subjects for tho Monthly World no expense is spared It is one of the most attractive publications issued from tho groat city of Now York It furnishes highclass and widely varied entertainment to many thousand readers throughout North America t j CSubsmption 50 Coats a Year But F R E E to every new jsubscriber and all old subscribers who renew for THE HERALD oro September 1 1901 You got tho value of 150 for only 100Jbejj J Jr OifJ l- 7FiTi W c f N q i iii C ENVELOPES i t NOTEREADSif BILLHEADS 7 i 7LETTERHEADSg SALEBILLS PROGRAMS r CIRCULARS f rnCATALOGSN MINUTES c c tom We have Three Fast Presses N a Power Paper Cutter and 40 Years i Corni parison and Defy Competition When ckyou want PRINTING come and see us Respectfully c itfSPENCER COOPER ROSE WHEELER PRACTICAL BLACKSMITHS = IANDWAGONMAKERS HAZEL GREEN KY teIrnito the attention of the farmers of this vii cinity to their jun- facilitiesp roved for blacksmithing and wagon making ns well as repair work of all kinds mechanicsinsures satisfaction Buggy building and wagon making are our specialties Your patronage is re pcctfuJl solicitedand nppreciatEdROSE t4 WHEELER Wanteff5OOO menll Fe EllJY He Great liafPants 0sew IL BA rt SOME DEALER HAZEL GREEN KY Situations Secured for Iraduuu cr tultfcorefnnded Write at once for catalogue oath special ellers M QROV Business CollegesLGltIsYHIe Nag TM CNuqu 6L Piqued Va Blrsla5M Ala Jacuo1 FIa Mt H G ROBINSON 1 BEA1TYVILLE KY General Salesman for R M HUGHES CO LOUISVILLE KY Manufacturers of High Grado V lega Ciile11iI Solicits orders themountains Asnailprompt attention aslai11tA now firstclass cafe for ladiesrr and intheOppOSeitothewhereseason are served in firstclass style Ladies especially are invited- BLUEGRASS + NURSERIES SPRiN1J01 0Fruit and Ornamental Trees Shrubs AsparagusforOrcharde61No rlg t rockbottom a Catnlogullon Ha F HILLENMEYERLEXINGTON WALDECKD t Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY ofHazel answerprofessional ObstetrickSa = IOI per i x Ut n 1 11General Debility Day In and out there is that feeling of weakness that makes a burden of Itself Food does not strengthen Sleep does not refresh It Is bard to do hard to bear what ehould be easy vitality Is on the ebb and the whole system cut fc For this condition take L Hoods Sarsaparilla It vitalizes the total gives visor and tone to all the organs and functions and 1111 positively unequslkd for all rundown or debilitated renditions UOOUII ILLS eiro ce1isfyanun a i ntlI 5FM1 091 BEBftbD t Mrs Nannie Craven of McCausoy is visiting relatives and friends I here ttCarrio Coldiron daughter of Walter Coldiron and wife is quite t hertI iho1i i A little boy of Ira Day and wife of Lacy creek died on Monday aft tternoon of scarlet fever aged about throw years IBony Graham and wife havo I f parentsfhave tho sympathy of all in their r 1 1afllictionf I tl Blank School Reports for use of J Jtelchers of public schools for sale at this oflict 100 50 cents 200 7f8vX100 I 1 1Irs Minnie James who has l 4 been quito sick with fever for tho ttpast two weeks was slightly better on Tuesday morning Mack Walters has the thanks of tho editor and his better seven eighths for a mess of mountain oysters of the grade No 1 BE SURE that your blood iis rich anti pure The best blood iiuriiicr f furichel and vitalizer is Hoods Sarca parilla Be sure to GET HOODS1 t MrsEllen Pierattand herdaugh torinlaw Mrs Alice Pieratt paid Joe Pieratt and family of Black water a flying visit on TuesdaI f t educatI Jones Lexington or come to this t scholarshipWeI 1j Squire Frank Bolins wife of J Toliver died Friday morning last dust was buried Saturday at thot MoNabb grave yard on Chapel I branch livingf Jackson and aged about two years i died Wednesday night of last week ofscarlet fever iitnc1o Pres Trimble on Monday i sold to G B Swango about one third ofun aero of ground adjoining l the lot of Judge George j Wheeler fot 160 cash in hand The funeral of Mrs Kezia Wheel t iorf wife of Squire J R Wheeler will be preached at Union church Sundayt Davis John Gandhi and Loyburn to Lykins and othors perhaps ib Revs Sam Taulbee and Harlan t Murphy will preach tho funeral of t 1n little son of Harrison Nickell t and wifo at Daysboro on the first Sunday in October and relatives f and friends aro invited to be pres ontoIl lDrs Stove Swango who loft hero 11 for the Indian 1 Territory live or six i years ago and now lives in Red Diver county Texas has been vis iting relatives and friends hero for a couplo of weeks and thinks of going homo this week if indeed f ho has not already done so Billy Hill of Ezel has boon con fined to his home for soveral weeks with typhoid fever and is not now r expected to live His brother Jimmie Hill and sons of Illinois wore summoned by telegraph and reached his bedside on Sunday evening He was bettor yesterday Stovie James little son of James 3 James who lives with his grand mother Mrs Angelina James had his left arm broken Monday by falling from tho porch at her resi dence Tho fracture was about three inches above tho wrist Dr Taulbeo was called in set the broken member and left tho little fellow as easy as circumstances warranted TIlE HERALD for 12 months and 5000 for 100 is a gre t big bargain awaiting the mat fho can figure tho total vbte of Ohio Mas sachusetts and Iowa aeo Try is Your Luck on fast pagZ for particulars ka Liberal With hooey THE CINCINNATI WEEKLY ENQUIRER is offering 50000 in Cash Premiums for nearest correct guesses on the total vote of Ohio Tho olection in Ohio occurs on Tuesday November 5th this year and is for a Governor State Officers and Legislators Tho new Leg islature will chooso a United States Senator to succeed Senator For aker TIlE EXQUIUKR also otTers 50 each week for tho largest club of guesses received during that week This is an excellent chance for ob taining money oasyIAn Empty Sack Cannot Stand Upright Neither can poor weak thin blood nourish and sustain the physical stern Hoods Sarsaparilla is the standard purifier and truo tonic for the blood Hoods Pills do not erlpeAlldrufeisti25c Bro Willis Lykins was in to see us yesterday to have tho printing of the minutes of Enterprise Association of RegularBaptists print edand as we had about wound up the work for Mt Zion Association wo traded COUNTY NEWS NOTES 01BofTo insure insertion ALL corres byMondaythat nearby on Monday morning Our correspondents are derelict in dutyI and we want to say that henceforth they will not receive papers except for the week they have news letters We are dependent upon them for the news and when they fail to send in their favors they put us to great inconvenience SUNNY SIDE John Nickell of Gillmoro was down this way Sunday visiting thoI sickJim Elkins of Lacy crock has a very sick child with whooping cough Mrs F E Brooks who has been quite sick for the past week is some hotter Miss Bertha Sample and brother Steve of Lacy creek attended church at Hazel Green Sunday Making mdlasses and gathering fodder is tho principal occupation in this neighborhood Grant Lacy whose sickness was reported last week remains quite ill Dr Nickell is giving him close attentionMrs Cecil and daughter Ora B of EzelJ was visiting friends and relatives in and around Hazel Green from Friday till Sunday Miss Cordelia Brenuemau of Hazel Green passed through hero Monday en route to Daysboro to visit Miss Maude Taulbee of that placeRev E K Pike and family of Hazel Green and Mrs Wm David I son of Somerset and Mrs H II Swango of Swango Springs took I dinner with Mrs1 J Oney Fri I dayIn a private letter to this placo from Edward Oney of Granite Oklahoma states that he is well and well satisfied Has not been sick a day since he got there and has gained six pounds Wish ho would got homesick Your writer in company with Bro Piko attended church on Lacy creek Sunday and took din ner with Mr Elkins and family I thoIwoightofgoodthingsandbeingvoryhungry share Bro Little and wife ofI Gillmoro wcro thero also Sept 2J SysiP SUNBEAM I I Dont Get ThinG- et fat get nice and plump i there is safety in plumpness Summer has tried your foodworks winter is coming to try your breathmill Fall is the time to brace yourself But weather is tricky look 1 especiallyScotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is the subtlest of helps It is food the easiest food in the world it is more than food it helps you digest your food and get more nutri ment from it SQojit get thin there is safetyin plumpness Man woman and child samplUsSCOTT R BOWfcK Chemiits tog Pearl Street York joe aad tGoaUdngbtN c DAYSBORO DOINGS Leo Fallen waa in Daysboro Sun day wearing a broad smile Mijes Nickoll verylow spentthoMonday Chas Sublott candidate for sen ate passed through Dayaboro ono day last week Will Alexander returned homo this week from driving H C Pork ins on his delivery tour daughtorMolly of J W Taulbeo Saturday Mrs Ellen Davidson was called to tho bedside of her mother Mrs White of Flat Woods Saturday Calloway Sebastian has dismiss ed his school on Johnson this week and is now at homo Forest Waldeck tho good boy accompanied by Wayno Long passed by hero on route to Gilhnoro to tho big meeting Mrs Tom Groenwado of French burg and her sister Mrs Robert son passed through hero on their roturnfromProstonburgwhorethoy have been visiting their parents for tho past week spentthouturdayThoyGreen Wednesday Wo are sorry to give them up but wo fool that gainSept LANE LILIES M F Horton of Campton stayed all night with us Monday night Ben Sewell spent a day or two of pleasure with his folks here tho latter part of last week Littlo Johnny Hurst ono of Poartreos most juicy pears gave us a call of about thirty minutes ono evening of last week Revs J J Sewell G W Tyra and Wm Baker preached at the Spring branch school houso Sun day to a tolerably large and at tentivo audience On next Sunday a funeral meeting is to be at or near the HollyAa dinner is to be served on tho groundSept 24 GOLD BUG LEE CITY Mat Slono of this place attend ed circuit court last week on busi ness Curtis Rose of Hazel Green wa here last week in the interest o life insurance Charley Rose has returned from Cincinnati and reports a nice time while in Ohio Green Garrett of Winchester was in tho city one day last week looking for lumber Preacher Long is in thocitynow taking moles and black hairs from peoples faces Logan Terrill ono of our business men in lumber was tho guest of the Dewey Hotel last weok Our boys wore in tall timber last week as it was circuit court but wo look for them to visit us in a few days again Kolley Kash one of Wolfe e best teachers was making googoo eyes at tho girls last Sunday but Miss Allio failed to bo present or he would have not R A Dunn who is Jas Strick lens opponent for constable has purchased him a fine suit of clothes and a one dollar silk handkerchief and says that ho feels sure that tho republicans will stand by hi in this election R M Broas has put a train on tho road now that runs regular leaving tho mining town at 7 a m and going to Jackson and re turns back in tho evening Several from this placo attended tho funeral which was very ably preached on Gillmoro last Sunday Among the crowd was yo scribe 1 who certainly had an enjoyable timo of course as there wore sev oral from Stillwater Supt 24 RED JACKET CAMPTON BRIEFS The grand jury roturnod 100 in dictmentsW of Hazel Green was in town this week Hon J Do White of Estill coun ty attended court hero this week Attornoy Henderson Wheeler of Beattyville attended court heroI this week E E Cope democrat nomineeI for sheriff of Meuofeo county pass ed through hero from a trip with his family to Jackson whore he has been visiting his brother A T Cope Services were hold in tho M E church Thursday in memory oft the deceased president The speak ers who paid him a last tribute t t riinrir f X were Rev J J Dickey and Hon A F Byrd Judge J W Conglotou has al most made the way past his barnt impassablo from tho use of Japan ese oil upon the limbs of his stood fixing him to ride through the coming campaign Weed you will have to apologizo to the people on tho other side of the Creole for obstructing the pass way with this I all but fragrant Tho court for smellII vice has boon l in waging a truce loss warfare against tho immoral deeds and I I liquor trade that are flooding tho land finding their way into homes and schools and familiarizing tho young with a side of life foroign I to our civilization and dangerous to Christian purity Society should j have tho support of ovory goodi i man and woman in tho land Tho church and the homo as well as tho nation at large are interested in its success and tho cries of those whom its machinery has hurt ought not to impede tho glorious work No right can be established that some will not calla wrong No evil traffic can bo destroyed that souse will not ro gard as a trespass upon their rights Those who doal in liquor will never approve a prohibitory law and those who engage in oth or misdemeanors will not speak in enthusiastic praise of the courts for tho prevention of vice How truo is that little nervy stanza No rogue eer tell the halter draw With good opinion of the law Sept 24 GooGoo EYES MORGAN COUNTY MAYTOWN MISSIVES Oney Oakley is on tho sick list Mrs M W Pieratt is very ill at this writing French Mann passed through our midst Sunday evening Sally Little of Salem spent Saturday and Sunday with Roy Pie ratt Win Bowman of Boonoville has been visiting relatives at this place tho past week Millard Hill who has been in Illinois for several months has returned homo Ruthio tho little daughter of Sarah Wills is confined to her room with scarlet fever Mr and Mrs Myers of Carmargo wore calling on friends in our lit eveningfMisses Maggie Rose and Nannie Sample of Lacy creek spout Satur day and Sunday with Mrs Charlie Sample of our town R A Childors and wife Mr and Mrs John Childors are visiting Mrs Childers brother William Hill of Ezel who is very low with fever Tho widow Tutt and family of Stillwator accompanied by Mrs Tutts mother Mrs Hogg spent a few days last week with Mr and Mrs Bowman Among those who attended tho funerals near Wellington Sunday woro Misses Lizzie Pioratt Maud Blackwell Arta Dye and Jennie Ingram Columbus and Roy Pio ratt Sally Little G C Mann Joe and Dorce Ingram Misses Maggie Roso and Nannio Sample of Lacy crook Lizzie Pie ratt Frona and Maud Noff Co lumbus and Roy Pioratt Sally Little Estill Clark G C Mann and Willie Childors wore pleas ant guests of Misses Maud Black nightmAfter a few hours of enjoyment had spool away music was deliv ored by Miss Rose Indeed we were all vory sorry to loavo such a jolly crowd But duty compelled us to do so Sept 24 BONAMI MIZE MITES E H Oldfield came in Sunday from a business trip to Illinois Oldfiold Bros Perry are buy ing geeso Thoy have a contract 1000Mrs Maggie Jackson sold to Lewis Bros last week two yearling mules for 00 Monday Andrew Couch was driv ing over a rough place in the roa on Yocum branch when his wifo and baby wore thrown out of tho wagon falling between the wheels Mr Couch succeeded in stopping the team before they wore seriously injured That road is a disgrace to any civilized community Tho overseerif thorn is one should bo put in a joltwagon and hauled upand down that branch three times a day at a 2 40 gait It would bo good for Judge Blair tot have tho same treatment May b t it would jog his memory Sept24tF1x EY- a aL X t1 TRY YOUR LUCK Copyrighted by Press Publishing Association 1SGOOINCASHTo i OHIO AND WHAT DO the with which will him to the price our you the free T C lieu send you also send yourI XT If ft L Be careful name and 0 estimate as as As soon your we send the PRESS OF your 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above magazine free lor G months to new Herald subscribers J it this may found I at 918 Street Y ft I ltdts What World rOTit lAl BBs 1 dl rlat + uatsatAlLp rBELATED NEWS NOTES From Both Morgan and Wolfe LANE LILIES Richmond1 Torroll went to Jack son Moidi 01 Itjisiitiss J J Souoll visited InWhitogw dny I Miss Zorildti Sewoll attended the association at Campion Saturday 1 and Sunday Frank Vaucleavo of Morgan vis ited his brother Gardner Vancleave IT of Lane last week S Cousin Taylor Hurst of Peartrec came up from his school ono evening last week and stayed all night with us- Hannibal Hurst one of Camp tons most glorious suns passed through hero Friday of last week looking after somocattleIM F Horton CF Combs Miles Tolson and Cud Horton of Camp i j ton passod through this place last j week on their way to Kentucky river to fish Betty Elkins little daughter of I Mr and Mrs Isaac Elkins was a i pleasant guest of Misses Zerilda Martha and Caroline Sowell one night of last week Ye scribe visited the family o j Uncle Sam 11 Hurst Saturday last week mal to say that I was highly entertained and enjoyed the visit hugely would be putting iit only mildly Wo will be glad to welcome Ben Hatton famously known as Step ping Ben Hatton formerly a cit izen of Lane but now of Devils creek back to the Spring branch of Holly III MIZE MITES John Carter returned from Illinois I T FridaII Cecils family last week j i Jo Tom Perry came back fromII Illinois Friday having sold his in torest in the stock he took out to Eo II Oldfield Henry Phillips and sister Mis Eliza and Miss Brown all of Yo cum were visiting at J S Old fields lust week Josh DeBusk recently sold hisI farm to J B Hose for 1500 Mlr1 DeBuskwill leave for Oklahoma about the first of November Sept 17 FISXEY Stood Death Off E B Munday a lawyer of Hen rietta Tex once fooled a grave digger He says My brother very low with malarial fever an I iaundice I persuaded him to try Electric Bitters and he was soon much better but continued thei i use until he was wholly cured Iami sure Electric Bitters saved his lifeii This remedy expels malaria kills j disease germs and purifies the i blood aids digestion regulates iI liverkidneys and bowelscures con j stipation dyspepsia nervous di esases kidney troubles female complaints gives perfect health I Only 50 cents at J Taylor Day t Hazel Green or S S Combs fe Sons Campton drugstores I Ought to Prove a Good Judge I Through an oversight we last week failed to note a recent visit ofour prospective judge J Weed Congleton of Campton who wa I here feeling the pulse of the peo ple and fixing his fences to corrall the vote in November that he maybe probate judge Although hiIi j visit was only a preliminary vey of the field we speak advised j ly when we say prospective judgeI for with his popularity his well known business integrity and his j knowledge of the needs of Wolf- county he should bo a hard man to beat and he ought to make the county a judge of which she would be proud As a mark of respect to the dead president Lexington business and official places closed at 10 a m on Thursday of last week and the majority of them remained closed throughout the day Dont wait until you become chronically constipated but take DeWitts Little Early Risers now and then yourliverEasy to take pillsH Owing to threatened trouble iin theivinesatEarlingtonGovBec ham has the troops at Hopkins villa Henderson and Bowlingf Green under arms subject to moving orders Henry Braydon Harris N saysIT took medicine 2 y ars OneMinutegood than any thing else during that time Best Cough Cu e H F PipftiTw tiJ r L4 A Night of Terror J Awful anxiety was felt for widow of tho bravo General thejjham of Machias Me when doctors said sho would die from Pneumonia before morning writes Mrs S H Lincoln who attended her that fearful night but she beg ed for Dr Kings New Discovery hich had more than once saved her lifeand cured her of Consiunp j alIIIt her This marvellous medicine ISjj guaranteed to cure ull Throat Chest and Lung Diseases Only 50I and 100 Trial bottles free at Taylor Day Hazel Green and S Combs Sons Campion drug stores Looked Lankey and Lean While Hour man about town was listening to tho gossip of some I of our citizens seated around the stove in Pieratts store last Friday I morning a lankoy lean individual walked in and proved to ho Taylor j Johnson who had been confined jto his homo just 23 days with fever Some one remarked his cadaverous appearance and he weighed lllmi what ho had lostself to see dUlIlgI this illness which was ascertained ito be just 4G pounds He tipped I pullIed IS u day or two before lie was II taken sickIweightfwas going on when Emery James walked in looking liko tho skelo ton of his former self and ho too weighedand the scale bar showed 1ST a loss of 25i pounds in about tho same time as before his illness he weighed 112A IBoth gentlemen are rapidly con valescing now however and hope II to be active members of our tj IIsoon society and the saute hope finds a responsive throb in the breasts of their many friends re spectivoly1SASTEDTrustworthy moil andl women to travel and advertise fo old established house of solid finan I yearINo canvassing required Give refer ences and enclose selfaddressed stamped envelope Address Mamma- s ger 355 Caxton Bldg Chicago tf He May Remain With Us Judge Swango who with his wife is temporarily located in the Mrs Emma Duff property at Spencer was last week visiting relatives and friends here and spout two ur three days at the Campton circuit court Tho judge is yet undetermined as to his future course andI may conclude to remain in Hazel Green where he still retains hiss citizenship This ho would surely 11do if he could but find rom unera live or lucrative employment for sr1110th to leave Liko Micawbor he waiting for something to turn up and hopes the turn will come prEtty quick and so do wOo preescribing Kodol Dyspepsia Cure regularly having found that it is the best prescription they can write preparationIsary of food but all kind and it there I fore cures indigestion and dyspop sia no matter what its cause II F PlEHATT JudgesCautriil in the Howard case Com monweallhs Attorney has served notice of a second 1 on Powers and his attorneys trialI11I ho will insist upon a triall the case is called in October INorris Silver North StratfordII N II I purchased a One Minute Cough Cure when suf tolde1 me was incurable One bolllo re j lieved me the second and third al1 most cured Today I am a well1 i man H F PIEIIATT William Holloway charged with the murder of Henry Hill by soy ering the jugular vein with a knife in a difficulty was sentenced lo the penitentiary for 21 years al Henderson Ky A never failing cure for cuts burns scalds ulcers wounds and sores isDeWillsWilchHazelSalvo A most soothing and healing remedy for all skin affections Accept only the genuine H F PIKUATT Patsy Nathan of Henderson Ky shot and killed his wife at Evans leakweek They had separated Sid Darling 1012 Howard St Port Huron Mich writes I have triedmanypilis and laxatives but DeWitts Little Early Risers are Iftt he best pills I have ever used Theyiltvor gripe II F PIEKATT rt3who can spell read and write to learn the printers trade 12 to 16 years of ago Apply at thisoffice I w r i SXtf ASTHMA CURE FREE t j411uLbtene J11ings XJ1 tnt lreli t r U1lr iCr1sttII 1t 1U0 itt Al carte Cr ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OFS NT POSTALII WllITK YOITU SA3IB ANI lJlltlS ILISI rOR liIW A a YEARS two several made by per There nothing ASTIIMALKNK brings instant relief oven in the worst It cures when all fails RidgcIllreceived in good condition I cannot gootlderived1 advertisement for cure of this torment disease Asthma and thought had gicitacted like Send me a full sizc bottle Rev Dr Morris Wechsler Rabbi of tho llanai Israel Xiw YORK January tt1 1H01 Tart IJuos MEDICIXI Co Gentlemen Your Astlimnlenc is an ex cellent remedy for Asthma and Hay Fever and its composition alleviates troubles combine with Asthma success astonishing and After having it carefully analyzed we can state that Atthmalene contains no opium morphine chloroform or ether Very truly yours DH MO KRIS WECHSLER 0AVON SrKiJHiS N Y February 1 1001- Du TAFT Bans MEDICINE Co Gentlemen I write this testimonial from a sense of duty having tested the wonderful effect of your Asthmalene for the cure of Asthma My wife hat been afflicted with spasmodic asthma for the past 12 years laving exhausted own skill us well M many others chanctd to slam your sign upon your window somi ISOth street New York I at once obtained a bottle of Aslhmulcnc My wife commenced taking it about the of November I very soon noticed a radical improvement After using one bottle Asthma has disappeared and she is entirely free from all symptoms I feel that I can consistentlyi recommend the medicine to all who are aiiHcted with this distressing disease Yours respectfully U lHELPS M D 1Dn TAKT Buos Mio Co February 5 1101 Gentlemen I was troubled with Asthma 22 years I have tried numerous tllrlcl1lwithbottle tad I am ever grateful I have family of four children and for six years was unable to work I am now in the best of health and am doing business retry day This testimony you can male such use of as you see lit I Home address J35 Rivingtou street S ittl1- 11E1arG7Bottle scaltt AT oXutely JTxce OiL Receipt oJE IOHinl at once addressing DR TAFT 1WOS MEDICINE CityrSOXDrllia RUG GXSISIt Huouns 7cr 7 f- sJOr 1 Whisk i aI47ii-jfROM TOUidliLLtiiI G NSUr ER aw i lr C fi1lLi 1 T J LfLqqfLzLLYLL9g WHISKEY IN JUGS I vJ llagans Old Rye or Bourbon 4l years old l lti i Hagans Old Rye or Bourbon 0 years old per gallon 2oQ Ilngans Old live or Bourbon 7 years old por gallon 275 IhiKtuis Old Rye or Bourbon S years old per gallon 300 1 JU tUu A J WHISKEY IN CASES We will send 4 full quarts of Kazans Ilyo or Bourbon 10 year 51000spacked in pjaia case no marks with corkscrew and etched glass express charges prepaid We do not prepay express charges oa whiskey under j3 per gallon Sf11IIISJ YOlT 11AN EY DRINK I RYE SPECIAL 1nirK LIST1Yo quote the following Brands of whiskies bottled and cased by Stoll Co Lexington Ky Old Elk 4s 12 bottles per case 1200 Old Elk 4s 0 000 Bond Lillard 4s 12 bottles por case 1200 Bond do Lillard 4s G tOO inloud C Lillard 5s I Lillard 5s 0 550 11Bond bottles per case 1000 G bottles per case 500 bottle per case 1000 G bottles per caso 500 IOld Elk is bottled in bond and also free tho other whiskies arc bottled froo only You no risk whatever in sending your order guarantee every shipment wo make to be exactly as represents If goods are not entirely satisfactory ship them back and your money will be refunded Wo not ship goods C 0 D PlOasc make 1II- i 1 remittances payable to Tho Hagan Distiliing Company I References Tho Lexington City National Bank or Stoll Co largest distiller in Stato Address THE HAGAN DISTILLING LEXINGTON KY A Farm t r Sale I will sell my farm of 159 ACRESConsisting of about 80 acres of cleared grassandtGood Frame Dwelling House of four rooms ana a good drilled well dl never failing water and outhouses cribs and stables also tenant houses There is a Fine Vein of tho BEST COAL Irom which thousand bushels are I sold each year The farm is one and one half miles from Hazel Green A good bargain can be applying in son or writing to WM H CoRD Hazel Green Kj icFOvl J m FOt 17 A iU r1 is like It cases else lene YllrlIthe ing you a charm 0Cong OILS all which Its is wonderful my first the for 111rill Write Ii HACANS 12 1100 run us We do Co findttitrJ1mdt WINCHESTER KY H H W1T1IERSPOOX President It D II UNTEK Cashier Paid up Capital 10000000 Surplus 2000000 Handsomo deposit of 40421018 This Bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and offers its customers every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits ol legitimate banking octlSly Ca A LYNCH REPRESENTINO- I ABNER BARNES CO Wholesale Dry Goods Notions I CHARLESTON W VA Solicits a share of your patronage and asks you to hold an order for him r KEEP COOL Iadi Oir trn ToifI County I vO 2000 Pairs Boys Linen Pants = Worth 25 Cents a Pair at 7 iide L i fAlftfll J 400 Mens Linen Suits f- ll Former Price 400 atff is oJ 14l ii 10jW rj 250 Beautiful FlanneletteJCoats and Pants for Men at- 11s I 1 0SJj fI J5j WORTH 500 nJ These Suits are full Tailored and Cut in the ILatest Styles Belt Straps and bran new goods tl LOUIS AND GUS STRAUS ILEXINGTON KY I StateCOllege of Kentucky 1r IThe Agricultural aid Mechanical tats College of Kentucky offers the couiscs of study viz Agricultural BcrticulutralI I Chciriical Ilioln ical Mathematical Normal IIircliMil Jlassicjil Mechanical Insirieoring lectrical Engineering Civil11 Engineering each of which extends over four years and leads to a degree j Iosttradualc courts of study are also provided leading each to a wasters degree loch course of study iis organized under a separate faculty The general faculty numbers more than thirty professors and instructors County Appointees receive tuition room rent in dormitories fuel and lights and if they remain ten months traveling expenses The laboratories and inuneums are large well equipped comprehensive and modern The last l gislatnie appropriated 30000 for a College home for young women and a drill hull and gymnasium has been provided fur men Military tactics and science are fully provided for and required by Congress Jraduales from the several courses of study readily find excellent posii tines and liberal remuneration The demand is largely in excess of the ability of the iiilleae a supply- lastI year the matriculation lit was GMJ r Fur catalogues method of obtaining appointments information regarding course of study and terms of admission apply tu JAMES 1C PATTERSON Fh D IL D President Or to Prof D C RAZEE Business Manager Lexington Ky l TFall T Tm begins Sej Uuber 10th l OIi= I W R CRAWFORD CO I Live Stock Commission Merchants FOR TILE SALE OF Eogv Sheep9 Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI 0 ALSO Bourbon Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY We have an Kiutcrn outlet for all desirable stock at highest prices Cou iguincnts solicited All correspondence cheerfully answered r TANf DAYMsv BtQJBT JEEiAI- EG OCERS91V- IAIN EiT EELEXINGTON KY Q QZ The 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 everylinobuying and as ho buys he is shipping in Our tock is so much larger andl bought in such large quantities that wp can undersell any house in Eastern Kentucky Try us and you will ho convinced that wo un derbuy because you will know wo undersell HUGHES CHILL TONIC 1AIATAIHK Better than Coloinclaml Quinine Contrins no Arsenic Tin UII KKLIA1SLK STIITCH E eEN1 AL BONOSure Chills Fevers Bilious Fevers TanitGtlnmnteect DrinrcUtH Holtlm SUCCESSWOJTII Forty success ItXOVISGIproves Ituhes TOllie edy Chills Beall I a raise and you will with STOCK call first Ky F IOU I A IX ThisSaves Tonic taste fc Acts on liver anil tones up the system As well as a Cure and and Ju what you need at this season C Try It nay hoc and 81 for years I rUKPAKKU KENTUCKY C OF EVERY 0 0 let ANSTIllS UFFICI7 AND GUARA I1AIL CASES SlIvor Wyanao1to Es have WyandotteEggs These Are Thoroughbred- Buy setting some THOROUGH CHICKENS be no longer satisfied the COl ION First servedROBERT L CORD 33 Hazel Green Ytt J4 nine Hughes SpringFallMalarial Fevers the CELLENT for Fevers Swamp Il- lROBINSONPETTET COixcourquATKn LOUISVILLE llFSCRiPTIO SATISFACTION TEED BRED oooooooooooooooooooooooooo 8o8 g 8o8 STAG + SHIRTS 8- g Are Better Oood Better Made and X O Better Style Than Any Other 8 8 B DayHAZEL 9 4 I REGAIN YOUR ioaooooi 9 ifIi iD1- II I moohiIOOUHoqOOOHOOOOHOOO oeoaocpooo sec1 lUBlinil i L taaaooocc Ouuooooou 11 NATURES DOCTOR FOR MANKIND IT1f fc S T CURESVRheumatism 1 I Diptheria J La Crippe Brights Disease Blood Poisoning f Kiciney Liver and f Stomach Troubles r fFemaleCatarrh and I Ceneral Debility C Z9 F n ITCURESIWHEN ALL ELSE FAILS II- w IIRDAD THE TESTIMONY OF TWO WELL i KNOWN CITIZENS OF WOLFE i Mr Cooper Hazel Green Kyit I purchased some of the Vittc Ore of you Jn the latter part of March and after taking about a halfpint of the Vita0re Elixer my nerves were as steady as when I was 1C years of age and I am now past 75 For more than a year I had been trying all the patent medicines and nostrums I could hear of to build myself up but nothing did me any good until 1 used Vita Ore which my wife brought me from your house After using it a week I went out and did ire = days as hard work as Il have done inSS years anti I was not more fatigued than I was 25 years ago over the same worn It iis the grandest medicine in the world and I want everybody in the mountains to know what it did for me so they may try it Hoping every one who has that tired feeling incident to old age will buy VitajOro of you and give it a fair trial I remain thankfully yours for putting tme on to this remedy JAMES LACY- I can vouch for every word Mr Lacy says in the above I am his wife and bought the medicine of Mr Cooper for him though I did not have much faith in it because we had tried to many things that did no good I have also i used V3ta Ore and am stronger and in better health than for years which I attribute to its use MRS SOUTHEY LACY Lacy Creek Ky June 1 1901 R 8Vita Ore is t1 a package which makes 1 quart of Elixer DoseOne ateaspoonful in glass of water Mailed to any address on recdPtof price Addtee SPENCER COOPER HAZEL GREEN KY S- U tLA J