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I f O t J MIIAt C c Z7 dC c T 8R 04 00 I1H CO 0 0 0 e 0 0 COoO R rHI =5 dJi 500000I- N i Lilt iii 4 iiSEE PRIZESII l I 4Oooowooacaooasaoot aoaoasaaoc oo coo ter n THE HAZEL GREENMtbyJJ ALDr 1500000 l + ti = Established March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His IN PRIZES1 SEVENTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 31901 NUMBER 12 SEE PAGE 3x ldwnnceisrEcla 1EAlt1wnerCouPEtt I I I I I I 1 1 j CASToRIAIII For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the i Signature i oft In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA IC THe cellT co lIew 0 crn J r rAt BUSINESS TRAINING AT THE LEXINGTON i BUSINESS 4 COLLEGE ines and help j in is f such out you and 1 lim how at Civil a ers x w g i IN N y f t JFSADLERCOGiveI n D CCo 1I f TIi r yt I 00 U s s in n jEstablished in 1865- MMERCHANTSCOMMISSION FOR TilE SALE OF O31ellosSkee and LAMBS Union Stock Y eterCiNCINNATI O Long DUtatlre Telephone WEST 101 pD Lilicral cash advances niilc upon consignments and sales guaranteed fjirGat YOIII PPMii at TIEf piLD Office I J 8 I l j CARNEGIE IS A MARK Asked to Pay a Debt Contracted by IUlt140therj 53 Years Ago J Nephew of Scotch Wanton Who Lent the Famllr Money to Emigrate With Ask Ilelmhurcment at Compound Interest Andrew Carnegies dollar scattering campaign in Iriiit Britain has developed the Urged existence of n ro phlktnthroplMtsfamily to the American llund of plenty 81 years agoHenry D Lennox a resident of Glns gow asserts that his mint loaned Mr Carnegies mother 11 shillings 273 to help defray the familys ocean passage receiving the promise of repay ascot when fortune should smile oa the Curnegies Mr Lennox calculates that at the rate of five per cent compound inter est the little obligation now amounts to 4J Flo suggest that if Mr Carnegie cun spare the change he might be disposed to remember his old friends Mr Lennox says When the Carnegie left Dunferm line theywtro so poor that the mother had to borrow motley to take them to the United States My aunt though a poor woman rnrsilf helped them out to the extent of 11 shillings but the promise to return the loan evidently escaped the memory of the benfrt clinics because they ucvtfr repaid the cum burrowed My aunt u dead but she left two- dnuehttra one of whom Iis the wife of n hiiiniite joiner in Unnfr rmlinr while the other i iU maiden lady encaurd in a small drapery business in Edinburgh lIrnqiknwhandsomely hr his mothers friends Messy VVIHngton Vack general manairer off e mj nnv whose services an a coHrctioti iKtury Mr Lennox hats enlisted informed the Chicago Kecord IlerHld correspondent the other night that the matter has been seriously investigates by Mr Carnegie daring his present visit to h5i hlThard castle of Pkibo end that hr hejd totettle a wry comfortable endowment on the heirs of the family of hU benefactress FOR surA scholarship in the CommtTcinl College of Kentucky University By early application at this ollico some young man can save several dollars tf hugebird IHIl1cllIng nppcarldiHn1 rlofe1FthrJI THE PAXAMERICAN EXPOSITION immediately of the Tower and the building of Stadium tho of in the the the building forming Midway is more of frontage presenting the interesting derful entertainment brought together thirdyfive and of them large acres aggregate cost of at 3000000 which moro somo expositions GENERATIONS rm ramllr Hold the llecofa in th Ooaalar Survlcv IxM3 tad at ralmooth Kag The family with the longest record in diplomatic service lis the Fox lain ily Four successive generations Fox family have held the post of theII sul at Falmouth England sluice 30 1794 when President Washington appointed as representative of this government to that Robert W Fox On hIs his son was ap pointed to the to succeeded by the grandson Howard Fox who iis the present and ile the vice consul The it I it likely will be appointed to suc his father on the luttcrs mcnt or There been many demands made on each change administra tion to oust the Fox family who are English people but the state departs ment largely for sentimental rea sons hu no change in the ficeIt has been generally supposed that Consul at Gibraltar and his family had longest in tho diplomatic service but the held the state department for a longer period ArmF VllllalJ Vp at Rapid Rai Enlistments In the army n unprecedented rate to the gratification of artillery officer are thplr to crops the whoII an date The week I were 403 enlUtments the average being lea than 200 This enabled the war department to the third Increment of artil lery increase and the promotions among the commissioned offi cert The surplus enlistments with the additional this week 41T men on the fourth increment 1803 men All the regiments are now recrulUd to that strength and all cavalry rfgtmentf except the Thirtieth ara fulll This enables ttcr N ii e tittlr fll MOTHER F1GLT3 EAGLE I Hr Guiding Chnsifw Itlnl of Irey Mlle snit Iiceuere Infant torII I After tined Rattle Advices were received at San Ber nardino Cal the night n I encounter between a woman find two eagles on a mountain tween and Mint about I 50 miles north of San Uirnaniino Mrs Goldin is the wife 01 the mainkeeper of Ilex Sn Stun l sta The afternoon she was sitting outside of the house beside a cradle in which lay lursixnictitlm- ol l infant Suddeily n h rk niiadow swooped down and Mrs Colding saw- n large rise into the air holding in talons her infant The motlier rtii cl to where a nulls twos tethered mid pulling itti the stakepin jumped 01 its back und its heavy burden The chase was continued for sew eral miles the resting at in tervals When it alighted on its nest highop in inonntiiiif Mrs Gold hog clinbeil shove where She had seen the tragic alight tied iiil of tllf rope alien a tree trunk snit let herseif over The cllY She lauded on a ledge mal the eagle I ter but drove the bird away Goldin reached late at nifht in u pitiable condition The infant escaped injury The story was telephoned to San I rlI I I he could not stoop jjrvat pain nor sit in a chair except prop ped by cushions Xo remedy help ed him until heI tried Electric Hit tera which eUecled such a wonderful change that ho writes ho feels like a new This marvelous medicine cures baukach and kidney troublel pnrifis tho blunt and builds up health Only 150 1 J Taylor Day Hazel Green or S S CombsI k Campion drugstores PLAZA The Plaza is an open space north Electric is 350 feet by COO feet On east sido is tho large trance tho and on tho north Propylaia a section which is shown illustration On west for restaurant purposes the eastern entrance to tho Midway threefifths ofa mile long giving than a mile mill most anti won collection novelties ever There will bo about separate distinct features somo very occupying several The the Midway attractions is estimated alone is than tho cost of of tho largo OF DIPLOMATS Th place death race be consul whose son latter ceed retire death have of made of Sprague been Foxs have office under much arc at much anxiouS have strength of early laat there previous weekly complete make transfers give of iafantry fcc 1Ji Otc 1tcau i other of fierce be Victor Ilosc thin other eagle up its eagle be one stike toned Serin lrs1 home without man your cents at Sons en is also The TO USE WIRELESS TELEGRAPH Attempt to Etahlbh SlnUo on Puget loaa to Uepor IDOOIaIDI- Jcaacl Experiments with wirclcsii teleg raphy for reporting Incoming ships will soon be made between Tatoosli island and Xcah bay at the entrance to Puget hound At one time the gov ernment maintained n station for re porting nail obscrvjjtioii oj the iit but the cable to Ncih bay broke llalld years ngo and since then ves have born reported from Noah bay The govcrnmin now proposes to reestablish the Tntoosh island station and to reopen telegraphic com munication with the mainland If the experiment with wireless telegraphy falls n cable wllhbu laid be twecn the island anti NcaCi bay Owing to currents and rocks between the island and the mainland the life of a cable off Cape Flattery is very short so the government will do its best to make wireless telegraphy a success in order to sure the cost of expensive cables A reserve has been set aside at Tntoosh island and plans and specifications have been made for n station to cost 5000 It is expected that bids will be called for at Washington within a month DnJoIln Sail for the Dote The ships of the ItaldxvinXelglcr arctic expedition weighed anchor nt Tromsoe Norway the other night about midnight and with the stars and stripes and Norwegian flags al their masts steamed oil to the north As they left the harbor the theIof the expedition was in excellent spirits His last words were that he had little doubt of r aehing th north pole The America will proceed first to Archangel in Russia and then return to the Inland of Vnr doe oft the coast of Norway whence the final departure for Franc Jose Land will be made Touching a Houningsvaag the America and th Belgiea will pick up the Frithjof and all three vessels will proceed1 northward together Guarded tto Prevent Lynching I The remains of William Hart n printer who was foully murdered at SluIliyvillo Saturday night September 21wro Inirird Wednes day afternoon in Grovo Hill come try Clarence Garnett and Jumbo lFields colored boys were arrested and charged with ttime crime They j hire confess d Anna Field colored was also arrested and all three have been indicted for willful murder Lynching is feared and tho jail is heavily guarded On Monday night 10 masked men demanded keys to tho jail but did not succeed in their purpose Tot Causes Night Alarm Ono night my brothers baby I was taken with Croup writes Mrs 1J iCyitgtveitj pernlanently t I tho houso to protect mfr children CoughlIt i j colds throat and lung troubles 50c land 100 Trial bottles froo at nndIS1 storesCampaign Opens ICampaIgn campaign in last Wednos day with speeches by former LieuII orthingtonlCOlin I ings atIevery schnolhouso in the district and windup with an old I fashioned barbecue Saturday N vmborJ attwhich Governor rradlty or Senator Deboe will be the chief speaker C M1 Phelps Forest itle Vt atvs his child was completely cured of a hud case of exzema by the use of DoWitts Witch Hazel Salvo Beware of all counterfeit It in stantly relieves pilesII F IIEKATT Liter November Advices from Washington stato that tho President will not re move Collector Sapp of tho Fifth Kentucky Internal Revenue Dis trict until after tho November election Meanwhile Sapp will con- tinuo to act as chairman of tho republican committee Lewis Ockerman Goshen Ind DeWitt s Little Early Risers never pillsbutmake mo feel like a boy Cer tain thorough gentle II F PIEHATT Closely Pursued lion James K Jones may bo making a successful run for ro election to the United States Sen ate but ho knows thero is some thing warm in his rear Wash ington Post DoWitts Little Early Risers never disappoint They are safe prompt gentle elloctivo in remov ing all impurities from the liver and bowels Smalland easy to take Never gripe or distress H F PIEHATT Gains By Comparison The moro the people of Maryland contemplate Mudd and Wellington tho more they are inclined to admire Gorman Memphisi CommercialAppeal Do you suffer from piles If so do not turn to surgery for relief DoWitts Witch Havel Salvo will act more quickly surely and safe ly saving you tho expense and danger of an operation II F PlEUATT Nobody Curious It doesnt mike any particular dillerenco what drove William Waldorf Astor out of America as long PS tho results are so satin factoryDonver Republican Tit UKKALD for 12 months amt 5000 for 100 is a great big bargain awaiting the mat who can figuro tho total vote of Ohio flan IijSachusctts and Iowa Seo Try pareticulars Couldnt Understand It It soems to have surprised somo oveeHanntar I tho death ofn choriscd friend Chicago Tribune WATER SPECTACLE BEAUTIFUL FOUNTAIN EFFECTS FOR THE PANAMERICAN Unexampled Sights to Be FroTffe For Visitor to the Eipo ltlom Will Use 33000 Gallon of Water Per Minute For ThU Feature IWhen visitors to tbo FnnAtnorlcan Exposition view tbo fountain dlplaya they will bo Inclined to wonder where all the water comes from eo plentiful will lie tho supply It will be with these fountain displays the same ns It will be with the electrical exhibit There will be a point a place at which the display will Increase In beauty and extent until the climax tis attained In and about the Electric Tower and the Ibasin thereof So extensive A1H this be that all will recognize the lenity of the display and look In wondering admiration upon the spectacle which Is destined to be one of tho most remark nble features of the Exposition limo pumping plant that will supply the water effects will be located In the Court of the Machinery and Transpor tation building It will consist of 12 pumps having n total capacity of 3V 000 gallons of water per minute I The engines are all to be belted to theft respective pump units and they i will be required to bo In service from 10 oclock In the morning until 1115 J oclock at night a period of 134 hours Estimating their capacity at 35000 gal Ions of water each minute It Is evident areItoenormous amount of 27823000 gallons of water This water will be used to I servo the fountain displays at the Elec I trio Tower and basin and also the 1 Court of Fountains Including the Fountain of Abundance The water will be taken from an intake located at the north end of the Court of Fountains basin through a 48 inch suction pipe will be delivered by the pumps 10 Inch and 20 Inch pipes at a tt IIt of 110 pounds per square inch the fountain orifices From these all16halhigh In the aIrIAt tho Fountain of Abundance tbo sight will bo all tho name Implies There will he on abundance of water and it will be In motion Beyond tbeII Fountain of Abundance will be Court of Fountains and this basin will bo filled with large jets of water thrown vertically They will be known as pillar jets In this basin will also be located beautiful groups of water t figures all formed In the manner la which the water Is projected Tho water figures will resemble sheaves of j wheat lilies etc and they will average 12 feet high On a line through the center of tho main Court of Fountains there will he all of 20 of each of these figures of surpassing beauty Beyond this still at tho north end of the Court of Fountains will be the Genius of Water Hero In a significant group of statuary the sculptor will portray his artistic conception of what the figure is designed to represent Over In front of the statuary the water wIDtt ebulliate carrying out In most perfect way the sculptors Idea In front of tho Electric Tower In the basin and in tho niche of the Tower the climax of spectacular water ef fects will come with a gorgeousness that will exceed any display of the kind the world baa seen On each side of tho center of tho structure win be located two groups of water Jets with 20 largo pillar Jets throwing water columns to a height of CO feet On the arc of a circle whose center Is the niche will be located some 42 large Jets throwing water In parabola curve toward the cascades In front of the niche These Jets will be so arranged as to make a very ragged stream This stream will not be solid neither will It be so broken as in the spray Jets Then out from tbo niche Itself there will come a flood of water of 13000 gallons per minute which by means of deflector will take the form of an Immense water screen or veil tho beauty of which will linger In the memory OBBIX Eo DtJSLiP Thats The Main Point Roosevelt may do things in a spectacular way but they will be tho right things to do Philadel phia LedgerIBlank School Reports for use of teachers of public schools for sale at this office 100 50 cents j 200 75X j 300100 Ww uk hie Datetitaa The HamburgAmerican Us steaB er Deutschland has broken her rec ord and made the passage between New York and Plymouth Eng In S days 11 hours and 5 minute at an average speed of 2351 knot an hoar over a distance of 3082 knot The vessel highest days run was 367 knots This establishes a new eaatward speed record The highest previous eastward speed record was made by this steamer June 10 when she maintained an average speed of 2339 knots per hour The highest days run of 557 knots Is also an east ward record The best previous knotdwas made by the DeutxhUnd lo August of last year Assay xatrlrel1 Apap All marriages are not made in Heaven says the Philadelphia 1ImM The hammocks are doing tbir wul share of the business Steamboat Md LoeosBtlr The first practicable steamboat wu built in 1802 and the first rail way loco motive in 1604 Florida Coral Cord both whit and red it found W lain Florid ooMA k 1 IreSR IJ COUNTY + DIRECTORY + CIUCUIT COURT Third Mondarin January Fourth Monday Third Monday in SeptemberDAVID B REDWING Judge thsAttorneyJ t C C HANKS Trustee Jury Fund 0COUNTY COURT First Monday in each month JudgeWA T Coups Sheriff AttorneyISAAC GEO W SALLEY Assessor SurveyorFEAN1 0MAGISTRATES COURTS TIME OF HOUUNO AND OFFICIALS Snoc6nvMagistrate courtSECOND DISTRICT JOHN n ROSE JR Magistrate S N NORMAX Constable Court days First Thursday in February May August and November MagistrateFebruaryMayFOURTH DISTRICT R R LUGO Magistrate Wsi SPENCER Constable Court days First Friday in March June September and December FIFTH do SIXTJIJ N CHAMBERS Magistrate in both districts DAVID HANKS Constable Court days Third Friday in February May August and November SEVENTH DISTRICT R F BOIIN Magistrate PORTER CLARK Constable Court days First Saturday in March June September and December EIGHTH DISTRICT GEOKOE OLIVER Magistrate No constable and no set time for holding court Lexington and Eastern Railway Time faille In Effect June 30 1901 EASTBOUND I No 2 STATlONSPaily No 4 5uudaytlaily PM Lye AMLye Lexington 2 25 jiui 7 40 ate Winchester 3 10 pm 8 2j am LKJuncn 3 22 pm 8 37 am Clay City 3 50 l11 ID 9 13 am Stanton 4 OG ptn 9 23 am Nat Bridge 4 35 pin 9 54 am Torrent 4 49 pm 10 OS Beattyve Jc 5 11 pm 10 29 amII Jackson 6 15 pm 11 30 WEST BOUND NoL STATIONS Daily ex No3 Sunday Daily pmBeattyvepinTorrentpmNatStanton 8 28 am 4 30 pm Clay City 8 37 am 4 39 lpm- LAEJancn 9 lOam 5 OS pm Winchester 9 23 am 5 20 Lexington 10 10 am 6 05 pmyb It BARRGenl Manager i CHAS SCOTT Gen Pass Agent t T It MORGAN S P A LOUISVILLE TIN AND STOVE COMPANY Jobbers and Dealers i- nSTOZIE S f Japaned and Tinware ct LOVXSVELZrE KY DILLER + BENNETT J WHOLESALE fURNITUREThe Largest Exclusive 527 W lain St Wholesale Furniture Denier in the South LOOlSYlUO Ky- tisJ HsGoManufacturers sail Jobbers oi MENS BOYS CHILDREN ClOTHINCI 607 W MAIN STREETLOUISVILLE KY REH BEVERSON COs VOOLBBALB fr J SADDLEBY 508513 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY OAYKATLTRADE MARK OOPYRIOHT AIID DEIaNR- dadraraslardlrettWeh gIa- Mvu stale corn Ls btt s vIe is L dyawy nrr lUllA8adal a ttrt + sawsese r tr IYDIYEELIilIEn fa LeIit ER t s- r it i1 n r F1fi5 1J cre t i a mi rTii HEMLD I I j jSPENCER COOPER Editor I EI HAZEL GREEN KY 1THURSDAYl October 8 Ifto 1I1 L +Announ EmEnT + For Assessor We arc authorized to announce ELIJAH ROSE of Stiilwater as a candidate for the office of Assessor subject only to the will of the people as expressed at the polls on Tuesday Novembers 1JOl i t C DEMOCRATIC TICKET- For 0 State Senator 34th District C D SUBLETT of Magoflin Count For Representative 91st Fstrict JESSE P MORRIS of Morgan County THE COUNTY TICKET For JudgeJ W CONGLETON For Attorney C C FULKS + For Clerk W S TUTT For Sheriif T F STAMPER For Supt SchoolsJ W TAULBEE J For JailerJ B LITTLE i i For AssessorS N HOBBS For CoronerFRANK SAMPLES fiElection Tuesday Nov 5 1JOl TILE court of claims was hi1 x session this week and apropos we wish to state that the pro i ceedings of that body should11I he published in THE HERALD at as early a date as the clerk can compile a list of the claims i allowed We have published 1 this list for 10 which is only r a nominal fee for the work other county papers 1 from 25 to 100 for the ser vice and yet the clerks have been so derelict in duty that iii it i has failed publication several times within the last decade i The law requires that the list shall be published in a county paper if one be published and it is the clerks duty to furnish- us the copy as soon as he can Bro Dickey publishes a paper n at Campton but as it is only a monthly devoted to religious w matters mainly and therefore not ofd general circulation so that neither in the spirit or letter of the law is it entitled to consideration in this case We mention this because the last time the list of claims was published there was a disposi tion to divide it with Brother Dickey if not indeed to award it to him and we think thatI concientiously he will concede our rights There are many reasons why this list should be published every tune the court of claims meets the chief one being that a majority of the r citizens of the county may see how the revenue of the county nv is disbursed and by publish ing it in THE HERALD that ise attained The present clerk I 1 = has had the list published ac ii cording to law but some of hisii predecessors wore guilty of the grossest malfeasance in this h matter That it may not occur I again and that TIlE HERALD tmay enjoy its just inheritance we indite this reminder of its L rights and we hope court t n ti judge and county cl rkwillact ii- a cordinglyi v COMPARISONS are ddiouBTnsjA discoverxsir y x1t 4T r ss w SINCE our last issue Czol gosz the anarchist who shot and killed President McKin ley at Buffalo has been scnl tenced to death and according to New York law will be eleclttrocuted during the week 28aI Iii 1901 The people are disap pointedl that he shouldl meet death in a manner so mild butt it is tin law of the land where t the crime was committed and there is no recourse Hang ing is too good for him and l he ought to be burned at the stake tic are expressions heard on every hand but the edict has gone forth and the verdict is irrcoca hIeITIm Boers in their light ferJ liberty have scored another victory against the Britishsol dicry in South Africa The 11 crick command of the British army a company of trained scouts were nearly all killed KitchenIerI has appealed for 300000 more hastnow a force of 20 to one of the Boers But the 20 do not ap I pear to have either the pluck or the endurance of the Boer one and certainly have not the instinctive CoMiLAiXT incentiII a few days ago that a bridge within our corporate limits is in a dangerous condition It seems that there is a hole in the bridge sufficient to admit a horses leg and the party who complained to us did so because he thought the town authorities warned in season might repair the structure andl prevent serious consequences The hint should be heeded or our town may repent it 1Iou months it has been ac cepted as a fact that the war in the Philippines was closed Dispatches from time scat ofwar last week however bring theij startlingnews that an entire company of American soldiers j were nearly annihilated while at breakfast They were sur j outrightnll- j while 11 more were wounded so badly that they are likely dietTHE faults of military rule were well illustrated at tho McKinley services at the capitol where army officers took charge to the exclu sion of the capitol and city police They reserved over half tho seats for themselves and their families I forcing senators and representa tives to stand and oven crowding out tho families of tho supreme j court altogether I11 THE publishors of the country IItheIII j office department in excluding premium giving publications from the second class nail privileges j A committeo has been formed which will take tho matter to con gress when it meets TEDDY ROOSEVELT prefers to j trust to himself rather than to tho secret servico to protect him from murderers attacks and considering that the secret service has failI ed three times in forty years to protect our president froth death it cannot bo said that he is alto gether foolish I ADMIRAL SCIILEY suffers severoly in the sudden death of his chief i counsel Mr Wilson but never theless the truth will be brought out Already the navy depart ment has been forced to admit the inaccuracy of time chart on which it based much of its attack on tho j1 Admia1E1FRonhave expressions of affection to wards President McKinley been moro numerous than from tho south Yet the south did not giveShim a single electoral vote proving how well it can discriminate I between tho man and the PresidenteISNT Mr Maclay to te called to tell who gave him tho facts set forth in his history 1 fHfl t 2 t t t 5 i i KIPLING was right when ho spoke of tho peculiar spirit of the aver ago American that makes him tho law ho breaks that makes him tho law ho makes Yot in blood there is no people in world with such a reverence 1II1orican threefourths of his party is bit terly opposed to touching the sa cred Dingley hill ho will have an opportunity for time fight ho al ways has had in every ollico ho has held A SHOUT time ago it was lloose volt who was after tho negro delegates to the J901 convention and Mark Hanna who was grinning as he watched him nom tlle positions are reversed Truly to him that hath shall lie given the support of the colored brother IT iid to 10 hoped that congress will take sumo action about the Isthmian canal this winter Ifonly to put an end to tho ingenious French lobbyist that has boon working both tho French people and the members of congress iAgentlomm5 agreement has I it is said been reached by several I 1uf the European powers not to en gage in war willingly for ten years Willingly is a very elastic word so elastic that it reduces the agree ment to nothingI IIrlopinion front that Chicago who says that Longfel low was less of a poet that llocko feller as to the respective poetical1 merits of Mark Hanua and Teddy Roosevelt When you have head acho or neuralgia try Tnphene Sold by S S C ombs it Sons Campton an II F Pieratt Hazel Green tf THE British are wouderiug where the Doors got all their ammunition This however is scarcely more extraordinary than thoI sources of their supplies of horses and men WANTED Trustworthy men and1 women to travel and advertise for old established houseof solid finan cial standing Salary 7SO a year land expenses all payable in cash IISO canvassing required Give refer and enclose selfaddressed stumped envelope Address Mnnn gor yea Caxion Bldg Chicago tf THE Seventh National Bank has been reorganized but the as to who got tho depositors money is yet unsolved CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho- Signature 71of Col L M Day elder brother of- F X Day of our town and who formerly lived at Daysboro died at his homo at Beattyvillo on agedifrom Virginia and at ono time owned tho land upon which tho AfItorHampton and removed to Ueatty- ville whoro ho continued to practice law Ho had been married twice and leaves a wife and several grown children among them Lieut Clarence Day of the U S regular army who reached his bedside just after he had breathed his last Thoughof the same name he was not connected with tho Nathan Taylor Day family Ills brother Fred was at his bedside when heI died and attended the burial rA TInAn agent in every county in Eastern Kentucky to soil Whito Sowing Machines Hust ling mon are the only kind that need apply and to them I can of fer special inducmente Writo to J T GEVEDON 4243tf Hazel Green Liberal With Money Turf CINCINNATI WEEKLY EN QUIUEU is offering 50000 in Cash Premiums for nearest correct on the total vote of Ohio election in Ohio occurs on Tuesday November 5th this year and is for a Governor State Offi cers and Legislators Tho now Leg will choose a United States enator to succeed Senator For aker Tim E QJmEJt also offers 50 ch week for the largest club of guesses received daring that week This is an excellent chance for ob taining money easy 2 t j 11 Io 1QIL BENEATH MY FARE nr SAM WILSOS They say within this mountain clime Down deep into the ground Where sunlight neer can cast a ray That Its ot oil abound A rumor now floats oer this clinic Tlmt men of skill nut toil Will leave our lands both far end near II And Jturt to drill for oil Im waiting till tlY cOllie this way 0 wont it be a charts j I To give to these prospective men A lease upon my farm And when the pupei have been signet II Then all my hours of toil Shall vanish like ti summers drenm- Wheneer they strike the oil I Ive reached the mark ofmanhood years And nearing lifes brief span And late nod early I have worked AH hard as any man When reverses carte my money flew My castle all did spoil lint better days will come again Wheneer I strike the oil Then let the fever eome this way tad he no false alarm For really I do think myself Therurt oil beneath my farm Should it prove true then wife and I Shall know no more of toil For we shall dwell on Easystreet Wheneer we strike the oi- lWANTEDImmediately a girl to cook wash and iron for small family no cow to milk nor chi dren to nurse Apply at HERALD OFFICE AND EDITORS IDOCTORS The Mighty Difference In Their ProfitsI of ours says tho Iowa Medical Journal Vit expect thorn to stay with us until death Yet at the risk of incurring their displeasuro wo ro produce tho following Wo dont know whore it canto from any more 1thou we whoso rain spout tho doctors medicine comes from V 11 find it in a paper credited to Ex r 1 fwo know the author wo would gladly givo his name because thoI article is really good Hero it is The doctor from Algona saidl that newspapers are run for reve nuo only What in thunder do doctors run for anyway I Do thin run for glory One good healthy doctors bill would run this ollico for six months An editor works a half day for i8 with an investment of 3000 a doctor looks wise and works tent minutes for 200 with an investment of three cents for catnip and1 n pill box that cost r1li- A 1 doctor goes to college for two or three yours amt get a diploma and a string of words satin him self cannot pronounce cultivate painti5 oil for wisdom gets a box of pills a cayuse milla meat saw and sticks his shinglo out a full fledg ed doctor He will then doctor you until you duo at a stipulated prico per visit and puts them in as thick as your pocketbook will permitAn editor never gets his educa tion finished Ho learns as long as he lives and studios all his life Ho oats bran nosh and liver he takes his pay in turnips and hay and keeps the doctor in town by refaiuing from printing tho truth about him Wo would liko to live in Algona and run a newspaper six months anti seo if tho doctor would change his mind about running a news paper for revenue only If wo didnt got somo glory out of it wo would agree to take one of his pillsaftor first saying our prayers If the editor makes a mistake ho has to apoligizo for it but if tho doctor makes a mistake ho buries it Ifwo make one there is a lawsuit tall swearing and a smell of sulphur but if the doctor makes ono there is n funeral cut flowers and a smell of varnish The doctor can use a word a foot lout but if tho editor uses it liehhas to spell it Any medical college can make a doctor You cant makoan editor He has to be born one Tho editor works to keep from starving while the doctor works to ward off the gout Tho editor helps men to llive better and tho easyTheleg Tho editor is glad if ho can collect his bill at all Ilovenuejt only We are living for fun and to epito the doctorsIj I Bug ao Hanan Fresh Lemons Royal CVaccaroni i Brown C Sugar 6c Granulated 7c I I Arbucle coffee 12 12Good Green Coffee lOc and 12 c jCBfAll other goods in proportion CECIL BROS e i c j r When yon havo head ache or neuralgia try Triphono Sold by SS Combs it Sons Campton and II F Pieratt Hazel Green tf LAVMKV mill it very difficult to understand why tho pUi of guilty ontfrod Ky zilgoez should 1m vo been ret aside and one of not 1icutI7result For Only 8100 IAll cash in advance you for 12 months tho Monthly New York 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HILLENMEYER1 LEXINGTON KYJJ DR J M WALDECKIIPhysician and Surgeonp HAZEL GREEN KY jl Solicits the patronage of the people ofl Hazel Green and vicinity and will aniWprofessional calls day or nigut Obstetric specialtyOLDPtPEn4 q Clean and Nice for at 20 cent per 100 z rr I c- r il 1 I w L e SSS wo ScrofulaFew arc entirely frit frctn It 11limeperiod of childhood It may thM protrce irre alarlty of thr Etoraarli nrd nn Is dyslk psln catsrrh- nd ninrl il evne nry to eonsumptiou before iruVJ I ru Hwl to much cutauroUI eruption r iir rv rl5i It Is bo I he sure init you are quite free from it mil for its touijiKtc eradica tion you can ry oil Hoods Sarsaparilla on Tic test cf allli inis for sl Upuors r- na = HEi Iho I 4 There was a Sunday school pic nic mesh at Toliver on Sunday Mrs Ellen and Alice Pieratt at tended tlio funeral of William Hill at Maytown on Tuesday of 11 J Mclin returned homo Sat urday night from a trip to Louis villi His family is still at Ilogo of lIill Ya The wifo of Undo Billy Craft living near Ezel died on Sunday a morning aged about 10 years of sceptic foyer Taylor Day is now at St Josephs Hospital Lexington under thee treatment of Dr Clark an expert on nervous diseases Married at tho residence of Dr Kendrick in Maytown on Sunday Miss Lizzie Wilson and David LytlI kins Dr Kendrick ofliciating j lor HUMORS boils pimples anti all are due to iimpure blood mid by piirifyiiitir the blood with Hoods Sarsaparilla they are CURED Tho Hazel Green academy is Inllewroll four from Powell county and threo from Morgan making enrollment i I 130 1 1i Ono month from now or ouII Tuesday November 5tha judge Ir of tho police court and fivo trus toes are to bo elected for tho town of Hazel Green and the best men i should be put on guard j JJ 11Do11 i SCholarShiPlllWe j The friends of Grant Lacy will1 regret to hear that ho is in a wry critical condition Clay Lacy hisj j Irother who has l een attending i t the school of telegraphy at Shelby j villo was summoned to Iris bedside I and has been with him since j Saturday I Logan Murphy was hero Monday to have some bills printed an nun ng his sale tu Thursday Oct 17 when ho will expose a to I of livestock houshold and lkitchen furniture grant c for sale Terines will be made known o that day Prof J W Dinsmoro and wife and two young menTaylor Gab bard of Owsley and Goo G Dick of Hamilton Ohio passed through our town yesterday en routo to West Liberty whore they will holdI a livedays meeting beginning Friday night Billy Hill whose illness has been reported in these columns died at Ezel on Monday morning about S oclock of fever aged aboutt 47 years Ho was buried at May town on Tuesday under tho auspices of the Masons he being a member of Ezel lodge Doc and Joe Stamper the Grassy creek merchants have moved their families to Hazel Green to take advantage of tho academy and occupy tho Moth distparsouago Tho Messrs Stamp or of course will remain at Goo wins chapel but visit their fact t ilies weekly Prof Cord left Sunday for Cyn thiana where ho will attend a convention of tho Christian churches which convened at that place o Tuesday He is booked for a speech and it is hoped he will be enable to enlighten tho people of tI section on tho educational inter osts of this end of the state Ito Only 30 days more for you t0d have a chance at the 15000 an tho Now York Monthly World1 You are very foolish if you do not subscribe for TIlE HERALD and rM cord your guess Even should you I not get a prize the paper i i worth the money and tho Monthly Worl is free But you stan a good chance of getting a goZd sum in cash Try your luck L j3 Littlo is thought and less is known by the average man concerning tho lives and aims of the men and boys who delve under the surface of the earth in places of darkness and danger whore hardly a day goes by without recording the death by falls of rock coal and slnto of moro than ore unfortunate miner An article this subject at onto impartial and vitally interesting is contribv uted to Tho Cosmopolitan of October by John Mitchell president oftUnited Mine Workers of Amer ica whomI every one recalls as tho man who organized the minors and carried through to a successful termination the groat anthracite strike of 1500 Ho Thnt Any Cood Would Win should be provided with 111Itallhant every one who would have Rood health should remem her that pure rich bloom Iis the first requisite HomlV Sarsapariiln by giving crxvl blood and iis irood health has helped many a man to j sueeeuII The suit of McNabb vs tho town Hazol Green which was de cided in favor of McNabb in cir cuit court was carried to tho court i appeals by tho town trustees and i there judgment was reversed Tho town instructed McNabb to build sidewalk in front of his property Ho did so but time town refused to accept tho job and ho failing to make it satisfactory the town had till walk built and sued for the Tho lower court decided for defendant because certain in dividual had passed upon tho job and pronounced it 0 K Thel higher court holds that the trus alone are tho ones to accept relict Hence tho reversal Curtis Quicksall who has beentt clerking for II F Pieratt off anti on for several years will next lento for the mouth of weokII Breathitt county where ho f a position with tho firm I 1 Day Co During his eo 1 joura in our town Mr Quicksall t i has mado many friends who nro I loth to seen him leave and Mr Pioratt will lose a faithful em- 11 ploys Three years ago when hOyIIi i doIIwith as much cart I 1ltcwere his own affair collectingII j Mrs Minnie James iis stillthug erously ill and there is but little j I hope of recovery At times she 1rallies and gives hope But it isI only momentary Her husband and family have our sympathy in tnoir ailliction Would to God had tho power to comfort them 1wo monII COIIOIl dreadfultdisease it is thought to be I in the beginningI lItcan always be stoppcd in the beginning The trouble is you dont know youve got it you dont believe it you wont believe it till you are forced to Then it is danger ousDont be afraid but attend to it quickyou can do it your selfand at home Take Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil and live care fully everyway This is sound doctrine i whatever you may think or be told and if heeded will1 save life If ybu havo not tried It send for free sample Its agreeable taste willl surprlseyou ChemistsO950c and 100 all druggists COUNTY NEWS NOTES 01JcaTo insure insertion ALL corresV pondencc must be in this office byIMonday night of each week and Jj- k that nearby on Monday morning Our correspondents are derelict in duty and we want to say that henceforth they will not receive papers except for then week they have news letters We are dependent upon them for the news andi when they fail to send in their favors they put us to great inconvenience t SUNNY SIDE Steven Sample of Lacy crock enrolled iu school lost week Miss Maud Taulbco of Daysboro spo iouo night last week with ye scribo- d MrslL J Oney spent tho aftor noou Frida with the family of Dr Centers of South Hazel Green Boon Centers of South Haze l tC Ir i ltlt Green mado a business trip to War creek Breathitt county Saturday and returned Sunday- W T Caskey of Hazel Green anti Hollo Wilson of Grassy spent part of tho afternoon Sunday with their nephew Grant Lacy who romaine very sick Clay Lacy who has been attending school at Sholbyvillo came homo on a visit Saturday and is his parents this week The yoturg folks had a jolly good at tho cain mill Monday night if thoro is anything in tho noiso they made and that is all wo hare to judge by Brother Piko who has peen our pastor for tho past two years left last week for Willmore whore he expects to enter school soon after conference which convenes this is week at Sholbyville Brother Piko a good pastor and wo regret having to give him up Uncle Rastus Brooks and boys Arbury anti Robert nro tearing down thoir old dwelling and orectI ing a neat little two story building is in its stead This a movo in the right direction and wo will bo glad to see this aged couple in more comfortable quarters for tho coming winter Oct 1 11CAMPTON11t on Stillwater Saturday fatherI The people of this vicinity aro busy Hon saving A foddorII Ion morning for Frankfort KyIIA J Cable and wife of Flatt atItended meeting here Sunday Prof Wm H Cord of Hazel Green was in town this weok j Charly QuSsenborry of Frank IiIIi has attended court at this place this week Hon A F Byrd loft this morn ing for Salyersvillo to attend court at that place Mr Pondleton of Frankfort a Ivory intolligent young attorney at court hereJJ Two Miss Palmoters of Mont thoirIpro tern in the suit of Chenault vSI Quisonberry Prof Dinsmore and wife Profs Dickand Gabbard of Berea Ky aro in town for a few days in tho interest of the college of that place BereaII ing at this placo They havo with atItractsTho law suit of Chenault vs I Quisenberry was decided lato Sa unlay night in favor of tho dett fondant Mr Quisonberry The law suit is tho oldest on record and l the land in controversy is a trac lying near Torrent Kya boundary tilcontainiDs third timo it has been decided by j i this court in favor of Mr Quison berry and twice taken to thecour of appeals which court reversedI the decision in both cases The sui has been on record since 1SG8 Oct 1 GooGoo EYES STILLWATER SPARKLES Tho most pleasant season of the year is rolling around Wo had a good rain hero Saturday and Sunday Bud King has moved frcm Devils creek to Bugletown Lizzie daughter of Bud King and wife is quite ill at this time Making molasses and saving fodder seems to bo tho order of tho say Martin Roso got his foot cut the other day with an axe while making ties Miss Mary E Taylor who has boon confined to her room for months is a littlo better someII Your writer spent Sunday Sampson Smith and family was very sorry to find his daughter Miss Mai very lying low on tho bed of affliction May Go bless her in her afilictod stole Oct 1 CRABAPPLE LEE CITY David Miller of Morgan was i tho city last Tuesday Carl Day was in time city on bus iness ono day last week Mr Baker of Jackson a dentist is hero doing some workIJ B Roso of Mizo Ky was ou Red river last week prospecting Cinda Day of Morgan was visit ing relatives of the city last week J A Bailey of Jackson was in r llT1Jir h the city last Thursday oil busi ness J 1 Wilson of Beattyvillo is vis iting his father on the head of Red riverTho Caudills from Pinhook were visiting at tho Dowoy IIouso last Monday and Tuesday Willard Stamper of Olive Hill has located at this place to clork I for A J Stamper Co The first passenger passed thro the city last Monday evening dudr you are right it was a curiosity f Mr Franklin who is represent j ing II Irish Co was hero among our merchants last Wednes day R Graham has sold the City 1A Store to John Graham of or ho protends to have and fixing to pull for tall timber as tho commonwealth is making it hot for him in this partIE James Rose who has been going to school since September at Hazel Green past through hero last Fri dayon his way homo Jam s speaks very high of tho school this t year and thinks he will complete tho graduating course by Juno 1190 IAmos Graham who has so long shunned thoelutchoH of tho law was Saturday by J Mor IarrestOillust A Dunn and Joint though time peace officer Alf Miller and some six orI seven men surrounded him butCC seeing them ho made his escape j by dodging in a house and then departing at a back door Thj people were not satisfied for him i to got away So the throe mon mentioned above were selected to follow him and they housed him the second time at John Banks and forced him to surrender HojiE E is now in time county jail where 4t all law violators ought to booVo trust tho commonwealth will con tinuo tho good work r Oct 1 Itl JACKET MORCAN COUNTY MIZE MITES Died Sept 2Jth infantchild of Robert Price and wife of croup Aunt Sarilda Greer of Chapel withuj feverDr Swango was called last week tto see Stanley Havens who has scarlet fovorICurtis Oldfield wifo and little II daughter Moody wero visiting on Pleasant Run last week I It is not diflicult to tell when a certain man is visiting in this vi cinit You will find bottles in tho fence corners and see men walking as if they had St Yitus armc sometimes found Ilying by tho road side iu a deadly stupor Yet wo boast of Christian America I But tht accursed whiskey traffic is arricc Ion at our doors almost in defiant- of law and order Whero are our citizenst1Vhtwhouout they arrest those men who openly deal out their murderous fireeating stuff What does citi Anarchtism and whiskey traffic has caused betterttearsOct 1 FlXXEY BREATH1TT COUNTY PAXTON David West who has been very ill with fever for several weeks iis no bolter Wo enjoy Googoo Eyes letter very much It roads like a letter from homo Win Shackelford is visiting friends and relatives at Jackson this week f James Roso of Leo City passed by early Sunday morning en route to Peartreo to see his best girl Little Price son of J K Shack elford was tho ploasaut guest of his grandparents Sunday after noon Yo scribo and brothor attended 1tho applo cutting at tho home of Mr and Mrs Jas Sowoll Friday royaatimeTho funeral of Bud Eldridgo will bo preached at the Dunn grave yard on Boons fork of Frozen on ntho second Sunday in October Everybody invited is the reques of his wife Miss Lula Taulbco was a pleas out visitor of Nancy and Bottie Shackolford Saturday night They attended tho funeral meeting on Holly Sunda and dinner on tho ground and the girls report they had a good time Oct 1 SALLIE miI J e0 TRY YOUR LUCK z Copyrighted by Press Publishing Association j It 15 I 11si 1tE PRESS PUBLISHING ASSOCIATION will give oSI5000 in Cash Prizes to those making the nearest estimate on the combined Official Vote IISo of Ohio Massachusetts and Iowa least for Governor November 5th 1901 2000QQOvjns A RECKON IN OHIO MASS AND IOWA WHAT DO YOU ESTIMATE q winch will him to m the ot rmay take of this offer and 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Brlghts Disease which is the worstt forrri of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers oot Is not Tee ommendedforeverythingbutifyouhavekidney Just the remedy you need It has been test In so many ways in hospital work in privat- practice among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful In every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this pape- who have not already tried It may have sample bottle sent free by mail also a bool ctelling more about SwampRoot and how t find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble s When writing mention reading this generous ij offer In this paper and send your address to Dr Kilmer do CoBing hamton N Y The rclass discovered after specialist promptly Swamp rb regular fifty cent and nomotamp c dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists i SubscriptioniWhatever elso one can say iin f cotf1 ceded the possession of some sound thinkers in its judiciary Out rendered decision which constitutes a precedent quito valuable to newspaper publishers everywhere In the circuit court of Kosciusko y county tho Northern Indianiau t brought suit against ono William c Duval to obtain the money due it on a subscription covering fifteen years and three months Tho courtt I awarded the newspaper 2265 tIll totalamount claimed and allowedi costs of some 30 besides It was shown in tho evidence that Duval ordered the paper in 18S2 andcontinued to take it from thet postoflico until December 197 when he ordered it discontinued and failed to make a settlement l delinquontlt statement of account was sent him semiannually He was also s personally seen several times by t representative of the paper to whom ho said ho did not intend toa pay alleging as a reason that he had never ordered the paper Upon tho witness stand Duvalshowed receipt for four months subscription 1 declaring he ordered the paper for that length of time only He did not deny however that I continued to take it from the post office Tho court held that as lot as Duval took the paper from the I postoiTice he received property of value and was therefore made 1 li able for the payment for that I proportyIEvery newspaper has subscribers I i who are willing to take and read the paper but either refuse positively t to pay for the paper or who 4 are a long time liquidating their t j I bills This cited decision will per hops tend to make such perso more prompt in the payment ofIt newspaper debtsEditorialro- wslalperdom inI f Deafness Cannot Be CnredI by local applications as they can not reach the diseased portion of the car There is only1 ono way to I Icuredeafness and that is bcon Deafnesstis caused by an inflamed condition of tho mucous lining of the Eustach ian Tube When this tubo gets in I flamed youhavo R rumbling sound t or imperfect hearing and when it 1 ie f tifimation can be token out and this tube restored to its normal con 1 dition hearing will be destroy j outrof ten are caused by catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed coed tion of the mucous surfaces We will gi0100 for any case of deafness caused by catarrh that can not bo cured by Halls t Catarrh Cure Send for circulars i free F J CHENEY Co- Toledo 0 Sold by druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the bestmc Cigarettes Produce Insanity Minnie Dow an outcast was ad y judged of unsound mind in the criminal division ofa Louisville court on Wednesday week ana her condition is attributed to cigarettes This is the first case on re jj cord in the local courts in which i insanity has been attributed toj the sticks For months this j Negfamiliesof garbage barrels Minute Mothers everywhere praise One i suffer111gSi theofones lln saved t Strikes at the roubleand stirLne n F Pnsxr Ttjj i a r IWhenI frightfully writes W H Earls of Jpnesvillo Va which caused horrible leg sores for 30 years hut IHieklenrf Arnica Salvo wholly cured me after everything else failed In fallih1t for burns scalds cute sores bruises nod piles Only 25c per box Suit by J T Day Hazel Green or rf S Combs fe Sons Campton Unnecessary He had called on a Fifth avenue physician and reported that he was knockedout generally As ho took the prescription ho said Well doctor what do I owe you Two dollies toltlyeYou wont mind waiting a while will you rightr willcAbout ono dollar Say doc you couldnt loan mo a dollar to get it with could you Im dead broke Let me look at that prescription again said the physician lIe took it examined it and erased a lineI had prescribed something for your nerve ho said but 1 see you dont need itXe York Times Kodol Dyspepsia Curl is not u more stimulant to tired nature It affords the stomach complete and absolute rest by digesting trio fund you eat You dont have to diet but can enjoy all tho good food you want Kodol Dyspepsia Cure instantly relieves that distressed i feeling after eating giving you new life and vigor IIFIiEBATT Married Mothers Sweetheart John Earls aged Go of Pemlle ton county and Melinda Eo Lynn aged 29 were married atGreenup Ky Wednesday Forty years ago the groom of today and the ninth er of the bride were sweethearts and engaged to marry but a mis understanding separated them and each married another Now a widower Earls unites his destinies 1with the daughter of his first love q had lung suffered from indigestion writes GA LeDeisCVrda City Mo Like ushers 1 tried many preparations but never found 1Ltook Kodol Dyspepaia Cure ono bottle cured me A friend who had suffered similarly I puton the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure lie neis gaining fast and will soon be able to work Before ho used iudigestiougj I IHF PlKKATT a Tooth Trav Myers foreman of Buck welters sawmill near Owingsville was struck in tho eye ha flying sawtooth and instantly killed Whats Your Face Worth Sometimes a fortune but never Iif you have a sallow complexion a jaundiced look moth patches and ofnsoNowComploxionOn1 HazeliCampton Boiling Over With Information If that Boston reporter will call nioil Admiral How isou now ho may be able to get some warm observa tions on the case Washington 1Post W T Wesson Gholsonville Va druggist writes Your One Min uto Cough Cure gives perfect satis faction M y customers say it is tho best remedy for coughs colds throat and lung troubles II 1 F PlKIJATT WANTED Trustworthy men and women to travel and advertise for old established house of solid iinan cial1 standing Salary r780a year and expenses all payable in cash No canvassing required Give refer Daces and enclose selfaddressed stamped envelope Address Mamma iger 355 Caxton Bldg Chicago tf Cruelly Slighted Czolgosz is about tho first mur derer in recent years who has not been presented with lowers by fool outsiders Baltimore American WANTED A bright polito boy who can spell read andwrite to learn tho printers trade 12 to 10 years of age Apply at this office Large picture frames 10x20 for iSoc to 125 sold by others for i250 to 300 Small frames in endless variety Large mantle mirrors French bevel glass for j325 worth 500 100 mirrors for f0y Family biblo for 125 worth 300 Other valuable arti clostplace Come at once or you will get left J T GEVEDON KyMcNabb r ASTHMA CURE FREE A8t1lJntlcnc DOhtfns Xnftiant Ro XUvf I1dI leJ1nJt 1i C1hi ia An vlti i SENT ABSOLUTELY KltKK OX RECEIPT OP POSTAL WIIITK YOlll NAMi AXI ADIIKKSS 1IAIXIY CHAINS D OR UYEARS hOGOn never Vein ThlIV is nothing liktt ASTUMAIEXK brings relief oven in the worst easi y cures when all else Kev C Ridge illsays Your trial bottle of Anthim lene gend condition I you how thankful I fa1 for goodI derived Iron I a slave chained wire aril for HI years ever cured IIsaw advertisement for cure of torment ing disease Asthma and thought you had acted like Ii I I Habbi Cong Israel Nrw feet IOI DK TAFT linos MiiufKiI Gentlemen Your Asthuialene i remedy for Asthma and Hay Fever soil composition all combine with Asthma Its success toni liinir and wonderful liter having carefully analvzed we tall state that Athmalcic contains opium morphine chloroform ether Very truly your HEY DIt IUIUW 11 LCl1S1ll 0 AVON irrniVf N Y Febiuary 1 llOI Dn TAIT Huos Mrninxi Co ientlemen I write this testimonial from a eiife of duty tested till wonderful eilect of your Asthmalene for the cure of Asthma flyI teem alilicted with ipasmodie asthma for the past 111 years Having exhausted own skills well as many others to see your sign upon your wiudoivson Ithstreet New York Iat once obtained Ixittle of Aslhnnh ne My wife coiiiuuncid taking it about the lust of November I very sum noticed a radical improvement After using ono bottle the Asthma has apptared and free from symptoms I feel that I can conristtnlly recommend medicine all who are i aillictcd with this distressing disease Yours respectfully 1 Ill EIl M1 I i Da TAIT linos Mriv Co 0 February S IKU- Cientleme I I was Asthma for 1 years I leave tried iiumcnin remedies hut they leave all failed I ran across your advertisement started with a trial bottle II found relief at once I have since your ftlll siz and I am ever grateful I have of four for six year was unable work I am now in the best of health and am doing business everyday This testimony you can make such of as you see fit Home address JIO Hivingtou street K KAlMIAKL- li lat liHth street XII York City 1I1111 Bottle scnt 1h uicJy ifeec- cl tor U tal Do not delay at once addressing UK TAFT HKOS MKWCINK COMPANY 7 East 130th Street New York Pity sOLD BX LL D1f1 CXS S S Y c rDr llOf l t- JCSf J If cel7 J i S u R g w v I II ECT wT- O I FROM Ii t lVqlLLLzL1L5L77IL zzLLLr2LLLZ y WHISKEY IN JUGS 1 irngnns OM or Hutirhon 1 years old 1per callzia200 v Hiigans Old Rye or Huiirbon Iii yoarn old per i 0 Hagans Old Rye or Bourbon 7 years old per gallon U75- s I j Hagairs Old Rye or Bourbon s years old per gallon too rv7 JiZhZIzi2zrzt7 7ZiZi7JEi WHISKEY IN CASES i Ve will send full quarts of Ilagans Ito or Bourbon 10 year I t J 1000 packed in plain case no marks with corkscrew and glass express charges prepaid Wo do not prepay express charges on whiskey under per gallon S SPKCIAJ LIST We quote the following Brands of whiskies bottled cased by Stoll Co Lexington Ky Old Elk Is 12 bottles per case y 1200 Bond it Lillard Is l12 bottles por case 1200 Bond it Lillard Is tjIe t 000 Bond Lillard 5s l12 1100 Bond Lillard 5s tjIe II sj50 Old Tnrr 5c 12 bottles per case 1000 i bottles per case 500 Ashland 5s 12 bottle por case 1000 bottles per case 500 Old Elk is bottled in bond and also free tho other whiskies are bottled freo only You run no risk whatever in sending us your order We guarantee every shipment we make to be exactly as represented L If goods aro not entirely satisfactory ship thorn back and your will bo refunded Wo do ship goods C 011D Please slake tl11I remittances payable to The pagan Distilling Company References =1ho City National Batik or Stoll it Co I largest distiller in Stato Address THE HAGAN DISTILLING Co LEXZKGTON KY I I iA i A Farm tor Sale IIwill sell my farm of t 159 ACRES Consisting of about SU acres of cleared more than half of which in rest in good oak timber with one Good Frame Dwelling House of four rooms ann a good drilled well tf failing water and cribs and stable also two tenant houses There is a Fine of tho BEST COAL from which several thousand bushels are sold each year The farm is one andone half miles from Hazel Green A good bargain can be made by applying in per son or writing to WM H ConnIHazel Green KyI It instant It failsThe F WKIIS of Villa received in cannot tell the it was with putrid throat Asthma Ih1pairctlof being your the this giveitcharm cudme bottleIof the Itnai January Co is an excellent its alleviated troubles which is u it no or having wife has my chanced she is entirely all the to O n troubled with and purchased bottle family to use Write t liD Jrr v Jr DISTILLERY CONSUMER Ryo gallon 4 Xoldetched f YEPUREPHICK reel 300Ii t 0 0 money not Lexington is grassand- the outhouses I Si t kRtitt if WINCHESTER KY V II VITHEUSrOOX President KI HUNTER Cashier I Paid upl Capital 10000000 I Surplus 2000000 Handsome of 40 j2 1048 I This Bank solicits the accounts of mer chants farmers traders and business men KentuckYlaOlI oflegitimate C A LYNCH mPRISEXTIC ABNER BARNES CO Wholesale Dry Goods Notions CHARLESTON w VA Solicits a share of your patronage and asks you to hold an order for him KFi yf D C0LLadiesI of Wolfel uoiinty1 r J a tof 2000 ak oysfD nen ran s Worth 25 Cents a Pairs at jgJO C Mf ttii tf I BrJ t f 400 Hens Linen Suits Former Price 400 at Itj1Jbarli 350 Beautiful Flannelette a Coats and Pants for Men at- O J r4J jrr r r WORTH S500 11Tl1ese1 3 I11 tsar t 0ttom U t a J tgs Jf Iruts iif5D JJ1pA- f1I US i f i IiJ L Kv r i KentuckyStlaue ar The Agricultural mil Mcrhnticil ttit College of Kentucky olJir tie fullowii courts of studyviz XrI1Il l t ticgrccPostgraduateI i facutyThej County Appointees native tuition room rent in loriiiitorics expenseThe IC mid niodentimenil young byVKjreiI Ciuduutes from the several tuiirrs of study readily find cxctHent perii tines and liberal lemuiieration The dfiiiiad Is largelyitcxccssof the MipplyIl I year i t wa- sFir lliil eatali uess Ihuf oltaliiinj a oiitncnts information rcgunHn Courses of stiiily 111 JcriiiS ofI oIliitlpll to JAMES K PATTEKSON Ki DLL D President Or to Prof D C FIt AZEE Basfnes Manager Lexington Ky lUiII ae rW R CRAWFORD CO Live Stock Commission Merchants FOR THE SALE OF Cattle Iiogs Sheep Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI of ALSO Bourbon Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY CousipnilentsolieitcdI nD 1m T TIrMQJ11 b f tl FI 1r S 1L- EGROCJ RS9lV- IA1N ST EETtLEXINCTOjM KY solicited trJ DAY DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE HAZEL GREEN KY liar in stock a magnificent stock of riVTODATE GOODS in every line and cniebuying= houslillunlorbuy Hubrltb brilLl t TONIC 1AiATAiti Better than Cnlowelaud Jtiiiiuic Contrins no Arsenic Till 1111 KllIAItli ilEill ilLChills rrytrtt SUCCKSSWOKTII KNOWING Forty success South proves HiiKliesToniea great rellliforChHlsall malarial fevers Egos t Thoroughbred TlMKSavesplea I taken in lIenullIndIinil tones 1111 system EAlOELLE 1IiIXu2As well as a Sure Cure for Fevers JuswhatlI TonicGuaranteedl Sac RIIII Gtr nttlM vuars in the edy oo- nllaaItlU LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY itO rOjCl Wfr i cttrOF EVERY CIJPLY llFrCI11PTI0y AND J J1 l ATTHISCASES ivoiEr1 I Er have WyandotteEggs These Are Suy n setting raise some THOROUGH RUED CHICKENS molonger STOCKJFirel f n antI early Spring livrr the and UY COINCOUroilATKl r OObOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOO 8 TIGER J PANTS 8 0go8o g g STAG J SHIRTSg Are Petter Goods Better Made and 1o Better Style Than Any Other Dayo 8 KYOOOOOOOo lli CfcpfftTg ntjBi TatOg REGAIN YOUR HEALTH WITH jlj rO OIlCC C4 1i t mit tIt V oooooo o wooao- r L666 aeooooooaooooocr iililYO tNATURES DOCTOR FOR MANKIND Mooaa- iT CURES Rheumatism intheriaaLa Crippe Brights Disease I Blood Poisoning Kidney Liver and Stomach Troubles Female Complaint Catarrh and General I tYIIT CURESWHEN ALL ELSE FAILS I RDAD THE TESTIMONY OF TWO WELL KNOWN CITIZENS OF WOLFE wjIyou in the latter part of March and JPVitLOreas when I was 16 years of age and Iam 1 now past 75 For more than a year I t had been trying all the patent medicines p and nostrums I could hear of to build myself Up but nothing did me any good l until I used Vitie Ore which my wife brought me from your house After using it a week I went out and did three days as hud work as I have done in 35 years and I was not more fatigued than I was 25 years ago over the same work 11- It is the grandest medicine in the world J and I want everybody in the mountains J to know what it did for me so they may J try it Hoping every one who has that buyVitoOre puttingtme 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 so many things that did no good I have also used VitieOre and am stronger and in teller health than for years which I attribute to its use MRS SOUTHEY LACY Lacy Creek Ky June 11901 JKiTVita Ore is U a package which makes 1 quart of Elixer DoseOne x teaspoonful in glass of water Mailed to any address on receipt of price Addresss SPENCER COOPER HAZEL CREEN KY a