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M i 1 c 1 0 fCX 0 eI x 1 I i t 1rJDOOoo SEE IN PRIZESIII g J5eeee eoex eo THE HAZEL GREEN HERALDEstablished March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story of If Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell SSS SEVENTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 10 1901 NUMBER 13 SIKNCKIl Owner COOIIIThB Oldestt Mostt PopularI Mostt WidelyIy YEARyI t d d t t t u CASTORIA For Infants and ChildrenT The Kind You Have I Always Bought Bears the- SignaZUre f is of In- Use3 For Over Thirty Years ICASTORIA TMC CCTAU coy YO CITY A BUSINESS TRAINING j I AT THE t LEXINGTON k BUSINESS k COLLEGE Gives capitalized results Businesstrment to the ambitious andIil worthy i i schoolihelpIi ot honor and trust WHY NOT YOU- GETTING A START iin the world is everything f WE START YOU WITH A CASH CAPITAL Business Education is iai necessary without it such a training is indispensable OUR CATALOGUE out tlinings and circulars showing you what others are doing and how YOU can do likewise should be in your hands A postal will bring it Ijj IFYOURMEANSarelim rated ask for Special Circa hojat w homeWE PREPARE for Civil1 Service positions under Government Selections prepare public school teach ers to teach our Branches in other Business Coll gesand prepare Stenogra phers and Bookkeepers for the best positions with the best Business Firms FREE First Lessons in Shorthand wth Complete Instructions for the begin fter mailed free on application EARN A SCHOLARSHIP FREE by working for us at your home during r pare hours Circular B explains ra 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 l i Th 1 thLOrtrial Mutual n Do it Co LEXINGTON KY r INCORPORATED Investmentah r J Field in Kentuckyy I l NEW AND APPRONED CONTRACT JUST ISSUED l J Pays 40 per cent oer annum on All Money Invested Redeems all Contracts in 156 Weeks t I 00THREEJ I a ll- ii t TO THE RESERVE f OVER VJD 73 1 000IASSED THE SURPLUS FUND fjfltsff patrons aro among tho leading business men and women j in all the different callings of life i Jt Keeps its promises to the letter Run bymen of business standing arid capacity Address 77 East Short Lexington Ky J H BAKER Secretary and Manager a C fJ F SADLER Colt Established in 1865 COMMISSION MERCHANTS FOR THE SALE OF GtI1ellOSSkoejiand Union Stock ar NCINNATI o tone Dis nco Telephone WEST 101 Ir pD Liberal cash advances untie upon consignments and sales guaranteed Bet Your tlgliqg at TIffE pu Officee 1jj1 d v I VIIr ili f ueI i 9 iJ7 i I itt tit Days When Daring Riders t Carried Mail Through Hostile j at 5 An Ounce 1Country From the San Francisco Call t IN THESE DAYS of fullHedged and express wagons it not fair to forget the hard workt ers of 19 who paved the way for them There was the pony express and the stage mail and those was Gregorys express A son of pioneer Joseph W Gregory was in tho photographic plOlttogrnphswhenI treasures to this day a daguerro t type of his fathers express wagon standing at the corner of Mer I chant and Montgomery streets That littlo old express wagon t camo around by way of Panama in 49 ho says proudly Thats what my father used to race tho Adams I Express with and I tell you when they got started it was nip and tuck to see whod be first to reach the interior cities with tho mail and news for the papers I He tells a story ofa timo when some important Presidential news was expected It was to bo carried from San Francisco toSacramtnto Tho Adams Company secured the only avaiable boat for tho trans portation of mail and express mater up tho river Gregory wasnt going to bo boat en that way IIo secured a small rowboatgot it under time pier where ho cold converse with tho bout j men and bribed ono of them to pass tho mail and uxpress matter to him through a hole Having gained the coveted prize ho made off for tho capital under tho very nose of the guards and the Adams Companys agents It was a haw and tortoise race Tho Adams Company secure of its cinch took its time in going upI riverMeanwhile Gregory was hurry ing for dear life and the outcome was that the Wows was published in Sacramento next morning while tho Adams people were still pro grossing leisurely up tho river 1Botll companies took desperate chances time and again in their haste to deliver dispatches There wore laws against fast riding and driving but on missions of that kind littlo heed was paid to them On one occasion an oflicer stand ing in tho middle of the street attempted to stop ono of Gregorys messengers but tho horse and rider wero equal to tho occasion A seconds halt and the oflicor lay sprawled in tho dust while horse and rider leaped over him and spedon their way Poor Gregory failed through the defalcation of trusted agents in New York City He was burned out too in both of the big fires of the early fifties but still he kept on with the express business up to 1S52 In September 1858 an innova tion camo in tho way of a transcontinental mail It was a stage lino connecting San Francisco with St Louis by way of Arizona Texas and Arkansas Two stages each week brought fresh fortune seek ors and tho over welcome mail Californians began to fool very near to tho East with eight mails a month instead of two as in the days when they had been obliged to depend upon tho steamers Most famous of all tho old car nor systems was the pony express founded two years later that is in 1800 Buffalo Bill and no end of Indian adventures served to mako history of tho pony express It was planned to be similar in every way to the Now England bi weekly mail of n halfcentury be fore It was a horseback mail service from St Joseph Mo the most western point then reached by tho Eastern railroads St Joseph could bo reached in on al most direct lino from Sacramento the distance between the two being about 1000 miles which at anl s 10 average rate of eight miles perj hour could bo covered in ten days consauyrangements were made for sta tions along the lino At each sta tion a fresh horse was to he ready ptuchljBobrodo on one occasion JJSO miles completing tho trip in a lit 1 tlo loss than schedule time Anoth or rider William F Cody after ward famous as Buffalo Bill made ono continuous trip of 55S11 miles stopping only for meals andI fresh horses There were to bo two mails a week each way and i tho number of letters was necessarily united to not more than 200 for each rider Ordinarily the number ready for the post fell far belowI the limit Time expensive method of ttransportation necessi tated a high rate of postage tho charge being j5 per ounce To di minishweight letters ware written on lightweight paper frequently tissue After all preliminary arrange ments had boon completed time pony express loft Sacramento and St Joseph at tho same hour on April 8 1SCO Mail from St Joseph as it trw clod westward passed from rider to rider by tho southern pass and Salt Lake reaching Sacramento April 1W News of its approach was enthuisastically received Tho senate and house adjourned to bo I ready to welcome hisarrival in Sacramento Just before time regular steamer sailed for San Francisco horse and rider and mail pouch wero placed on tho boat and shipped I for San Francico where they mounted the wharf at 1 oclock on the morning of April 14 Hero they were met by a crowd with hand and torches They were escorted at tho hoad of a proces ion to the postollice amid music and cheers The time was now shortened by tho pony express from 21 days to 10 mill this service was kept upI until superseded by transconti nental lines Among the requirements toequip tho pony express of yesterday wore 500 Jiorsos 100 stations with 200 station keepers and SO riders President Buchanans last an nual message was carried from the Missouri river to Sacramento in eight days- Lincolns first messago was carried over the same route in seven days and 17 hours which is dis tinguishedas being tho quickest transportation of tho kind on re cordPlenty of adventures havo been related by time riders Troubles with Indians were frequent in the neighborhood of Soda Lake on tho Mojave Desert Hero was a station guarded by Higgins and Sutton This station was on the most traveled wagon road to Ivnn paugh where very rich silver mines were being worked Ivanpaugh was also an Indian center and headquarters Time station at Soda Lake netted a largo sum each month to those in charge and Higgins and Sutton coined monoy It was their ox presses determination never to leave tho station in spite of somo Indian fights but at last came an adventure that frightened them into abandoning it An old squaw came to the station and by point ing to hermouth and doubling up showed every sign of agony from hunger and in this manner request ed to bo fed After receiving a supply of food she loft silently in Indian fashion Nothing was seen of her for a few days Tho cir cumstance occasioned no suspicion until the end of three days whoa tho samo squaw returned wounded and bleeding Thoy again befriended the wo man took her in and gave her food and such medical aid and care as their rudo modo of life allow ed Sho soon appeared bettor and began to move about their littlo hut in an aimless manner Sud denly an instinctive suspicion awoko in tho two Had sho been sent as a spy by tho Indians to lo cats their amunition money and food and to estimate their power r t aY 1 d Iril of resistance to an attack from the Indian rancheria near Ivan paugh This suspicion at first vaguo grow from fear to almost maniacal frenzy ana after many whispered I consultations with their guns byI their side they determined to kill the woman and close her mouth against thorn forever Accordingly tho plans wero laid and execut ed but new questions arose to complicate mutters What was to bo done with tho remains If thoy wero buried outside tho Indians might find and dig them up or they might even now bo watch ing tho cabin from behind somo rockor cactus In either case if the hotly were carried out of doors they would be found out and made to suffer As a final resort ono of themI suggested that tho interment take placo underneath tho earth of time kitchen flour mid this plan was finally chosen The grave being dug time poor old Indians body was rolled in covered up and all possiblesigns obliterated j but their troubles woro not at an end The hotly had scarcely been covered whoa tho fear crept upon thom that they had already been watch Cil The imagination of tho two men once moro pictured their own scalps dangling at tho belt of a Piiitc while their horses wero rid lIen by an Indian murderer Thoy woro sure they saw the footprints of many Indian moccasins at the roar of their houses j Indian faces roso before thorn the least noise startled them and sleep became impossible At last contented oc cupation of tho station was out of the question So early ono morn ing they saddled their horses turned backs on Soda Lako and set their faces toward Camp Cady where a company of soldiers was stationedThose unfortunates who tried later to keep Soda Lako Station have told strange stories connect ed with tho pltccstories of un earthly noises and groans about tho house especially in the kitch en and ono of these men today living in tho southern part of tho state actually swears that the old I kitchen was haunted by tho ghost of the murderedsquaw A Fiendish Attack An attack was lately made on C F Collier of Cherokee Iowa that nearly proved fatal It camo thro his kidneys His back got so lamo he could not stoop without great pain nor sit in a chair except prop ped by cushions No remedy help ed him until he tried Electric Bit tors which effected such a wonder ful change that ho writes ho feels like a new man This marvelous medicino cures backache and kid ney trouble purifies tho blood and builds up your health Only 50 cents at J Taylor Day Hazel Green or S S Combs d Sons Campton drugstores Both Drew Guns Joo Harp charged with killing Ed Jones is under arrest at London Ky and a lively dispute is on as to who is entitled to tho 250 reward offered for his capture between Attornoy E II Johnson and Deputy Sheriff George Thompson Johnson claims he hind tho prison er undor arrest and that Thompson tried to take him away and Thompson says tho prisoner was only in Johnsons company Tho Thompson party drow pistols and secured Harp and hancuflcd him but tho jailer gave the receipt for him to Johnson An attempt was then made to prevent tho prisoner being placed in jail but Johnson and his party drew their weapons and ho was finally locked up TilE HEUAII for 12 months and 5000 for 100 is a great big bargain awaiting time mac who can figure tho total vote of Ohio Mas sachusetts and Iowa See Try Your Luck on last page for particulars Uncle EphmHit boats all It exclaimed Uncle Ephm how doII sloto machine business is agrowin1 After awhilo youll be droppin a penny in do slot nn gittin relig ionItChicngo Tribune Blank School Reports for use o teachers of public schools for sale 1nt1 t i iJ L Shot Through the Heart Will Ross shot and killed John Bon White at Cadens saloon in Lexington Thursday night Both aro Negroes Ross was under the influence of drink and had entered tho saloon in company with a few friends As he approached the bar ho Wade the remark that I dont treat any bums Ross and his friends wore about to leave when Ross pulled a pistol and fired ono shot at White which penetrated the heart Ross refuses to talk but his friends claim that White had been abusing him for having voted tho democratic ticket Tot Causes Night Alarms One night my brothers baby was taken with Croup writes Mrs J Kyitgaveitpermanently tho house to protect our children CoughIttrouble that no other remedy would relieve Infallible for coughs colds throatand lung troubles 50o and 100 Trial bottles free at J Taylor Day Hazel Green and Camptondrugstores A General Fight During tho closing of tho meet ing of tho Baptist Association in Clift Carter county a fight occurred in which three men were shot and a number of others cut and bruised with stones Most of tho wounds are slight but Oscar Johnson is lying at time point of death from a wound inflicted it is alleged by Whitt Walker DeWitts Littlo Early Risers never disappoint They are safe prompt gentle effective in remov ing all impurities from the liver and bowels Small and easy to take Never gripe or distress H F PIERATT Killed in a Fight Lewis Shockley aged 24 years son of John Shockley of Cedar Springs Allen county was shot and klled in a drunken fight Thurs day at Hardcastle in Warren county it is alleged by a young plan named Bird Do you suffer from piles If so do not turn to surgery for relief DoWitts Witch Havel Salvo will act more quickly surely and safely saving you the expense and danger of an operationH PIERATT Kentucky Companies Articles of corporation were filedat Frankfort Thursday with Secretary of State by tho Paducah Gaslight company with 125000 capital stock and the Rolling Fork Bank of Bradfordsvillo cap ital stock 15000 C M Phelps ForesWale Vt says his child was completely cured of a bad case of oxzema by the use of DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve Beware of all counterfeits It in stantly relieves pilesH F PIERATT No Appearance to Keep Up Didnt you go away at all Mrs Dash No j Mr Dash said he was so well fixed now that we couldafford to stay at homo if we wanted toso we didDetroit Free Press Liberal With Money TIlE CINCINNATI WEEKLY EN QUIRER is offering 50000 in Cash Premiums for nearest correct guesses on the total vote of Ohio Tho election in Ohio occurs on Tuesday November 5th this year and is for a Governor State Offi cers and Legislators Tho now Legislature will choose a United States Senator to succeed Senator For aker THE ENQUIRER also offers 50 each week for tho largest clubo guesses received during that week This is an excellent chance for obtaining money easy- 1VANTEnTrustworthy men and women to travel and advertise fox old established house of solid finan cial standing Salary 780 a yea and expenses all payable in cash No canvassing required Give refer ences and enclose selfaddressed Manaf ger 855 Caxton Bldg Chicago tf Just 20 days to try your luck tr I I I jIjptf 1500000IN SEE PAGE 3 OOfto 11 +COUNTY + DIRECTORY + 4 CIRCUIT COURTiThird Monday in January Fourth Monday in April and Third Monday in 4 SeptemberDAVID JudgeAFJ F VANSANT Master Commissioner C C HANKS Trustee Jury Fund I 0COUNTY COURT First Monday in each month JudgeWA T COMBS Sheriff AttornlYISAACGEO W SALLEY Assessor JOHN CREECH Surveyor FRANK SAMPLE Coroner 0 1 MAGISTRATES COURTS TIME OF HOUHNO AND onICIAIs1SnocKEYMagistrate CourtySECOND DISTRICT JOHN D JR Magistrate S N NORMAN stable Court nOSEttFebruary May August and THIBD DISTRICT W B DUFF Mag i ConstableCourtFebruaryMayFOURTH DmsmmcrR R LEGO Magistrate WM SPENCER Constable MarchJuneFIFTH A SlxvltJ N CHAMBERS Magistrate in both districts DAVID BANKS Constable Court days Third Friday in February May August and November SEVENTH DISTRICT B F BOLIN Magistrate PORTER CLARK Constable MarchJuneEIGHTH DISTRICTGEOBOE reMagiatratetime for holding court Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table la Effect Juae 30 1901 EAST BOUND STATIONS I I INo2 I No4 Sunday Daily PM Lye AMLye LexIngton 2 25 pm 7 40 am Winchester 3 10 pm 8 25 am LEJuncn 3 22 pm 8 37 am Clay City 356 pm 9 13 am Stanton 4 00 pm 9 23 am Nat Bridge 4 35 pm 9 51 am Torrent 19 pm 10 08 Beattyve Jc14 11 pmjlO 29 amII Jackson 15 pm 11 30 y WEST BOUND No1 STATIONS Daily ex No3 Sunday Daily Jackson 6 25 aID 2 52 pm pmTorrent tStantonClay City 8 37 am 4 39 pm LJcKJuncn 010 am 5 08 pm Wincheiter 9 23 am 6 20 pm Lexington 10 10 am 6 05 pm J It BARR Genl Manager CHAS SCOTT Gen PAIL Agent T It MORGAN S P A LO l YPLJI TIN AND STOVE COMPANY Jobbers and Dealers in a- sTOiiEsJapaned and Tinware ce LU 3TsYILLEsKT DILLER BENNETT WHOLESALE rURNITUKEThe Wholesale ffveDealer in the South LOOlBVllle Ky J JSUflflGHQuWfl y Manufacturers and Jobbers of MENS BOYS CHILDRENS CLOTHINCI 607 W MAIN STREETLOUISVILLE KY iP REH BEVERSON d COt WHOIiHSAlB S t jSADDLIBYij 508512 W MAIN STREET KYfQAYtATiRADL MARKtta tYRIOMTANODNI6Ni Oedmra mMslur tR rryarmmC mMdraMtL == JI8 i = assc nslt =spece es if 1 c LU rUCE r LA I A a ST wu e c i1M i x j THE HERALD I SPENCER COOPER Edlt- oHAZEL I CREEN KY I 1001IJI I j r f I it I j s + nnounflemEnT + j e- s1er 1YYesaar ELiJS11t HOSE of 8tilhvater UK a candidate for t office of Assessor subject only to the will pollsTuesdayon i I 1jj 1toY w cDEMOCRATIC0- t TICKET I j For State Senator oMth District j C D SUBLETT i of Magoflin Count For Representative Olst District JESSE P MORRIS of Morgan County j I i THE COUNTY TICKET I For JudgeJ W CONGLETON For Attorney C C FULKS Fur Clerk W turFor Sheriff T F STAMPERuFor Supt Schools J W TAULB 1E1oFor JailerJ B LITTLE For ArseesorS N HOBBS For Coroner FRANK SAMPLES JQElection Tuesday Nov 5 1901 J WKED COXGLETOX tic IIl ocratic candidate for probate judge of Wolfe county wall town Tuesday shaking hands I I fixingfencest his I votes for the oth of Novemberl But it was loves labor lost ojj far as this product is concern ed where he will poll cverg democratic voter and wethi the saute will obtain in all Ithe other districts as well S Conglcton as his friends t f M pleased to call him is a won derfully popular man and de servedly so too for he is ever allrle j 1ltjthe honored citizen the learn cd man of leisure and the la Jborerwho cats bread in t sweat of his brow all are met I in the same affable way NS oibe is this assumed because justl now he is asking for office it is the mans nature and to otherwise would be unnatural1 in him Did you ever meet him or greet him when you r failed to observe a smile in theOF twinkl of his eyerre have met him many times and- Y we never missed it and it surely indicates an even temper a qualification of itselfof much moment to the office to Will chlaw t he ansmaintain an even temper must i needs be a just judge and we believe Mr Conglcton wouldsj make an ideal one 3esi d this natural qualification- S f has a good education is fairly well posted in law and last by no means least he knows the needs of the county and Ala will guard the interests of the caTl1 reand th1lyethiacif ofa s county judge is one they cspcti cially desire to capture IMthfiV tniiat n f titSi th have a chance tt ratvQih voting for 1Ion d Y jiI i 1J f f f4 DEMOCRATS do your duty ought to be sufficient advic- to bring everyman to the poll J on an occasion 1like the present one But too many are luke warm and think that because we have a good majority in the I rutrl I can neither make nor mar th nustII LlInut look at it that way but be upand doing We have a Istate senator a Jrt ticket to t elccti and if all democrats fall this can be done But every i man should vote and have suftt= licklit interest to see that his neighbor does so also prodded l of course that the neig I bur votes as a dcMiiocrat Ut gu11estayat c Charley Sublett our candidate i fur state senator Jesse Morris for representative J1 Weed Congleton tor cot11 11i I mIl and down to coroner ii- I in elusive are all good men ai true and every democrat can rejoice that he is privilcdgcd vote for so many good menI Dont go after strange godsi hut stick to your panchcu- s I tlcutucttt- Id f tIlt see that Vol county rolls up a rousing o time majority for the ticket ITJIl importance ol electing Charley Sublett to the senate legisriUnited States senator is to elected and our failure to send both or even one of them the general assembly might jcopordize our chances of send1 g a democrat to represent s in that august assembly think of such a taboosis enough to spur every dem ocrat to exercise his suffrage soil there must be no sulking WHATEVKU olso it has demon stratedtbu Schley court has shown juniorscers of our fleets did not give loyal goIsplaced on stand so far has confessed to grave dereliction of duty in failing to I inform the Admiral of informaii lieui highly essential to the success ofour arms It is curious that the iscovoredk eedhonD KITCHEXEK has added to ssutlC j orders forbidding his light mobile j columns to carry harmonicums i pianos sofas cooking ranges otc around the country with them But consider the condition of an army towhore such orders are necessary t1d11E prefer to believe that the sentry at the McKinley tomb was suffering from a bad attack f henerves rather than to credit story he tolls of au attempt to stroy it Even anarchists wouldl unlikely to attempt sucha thing doWhen you have head ache bySH P Pieratt Hazel Green tf COURSE we are glad to have j learned by actual experiment that we can raise a 200000000 sur plus whoa we need it but we shall I be more pleased when we cease to raise it when we dont need it ConroitATioxH are controlled by f aud by competition But when 1 they grow so powerful that they crushout competition only 1 law remains and that should bo made enough to take the place of fclielFor Only shoo advancebutyou hs j the Monthly New York World a 32page magazine for 10 months j Good i mngazinei 1Ywlf which may bring you 5000 You have anyhow IDS chances of get your money back There are 200 prizes of 2 2GO of 1 180 of ofll10 preozos Sure you enght to guess close enough tfeL A TRIBUTE sorrcTo Mrs Minnie Day James Who actesMonday Dietlon Monday Oct 7 1901 at 5 oclock lyphoiafever aged 23 years 8 months and 9 days On tho Slh of September Mrs Minnie Day James who had been t in constant attendance at the Lcdi shetwho had typhoid fever was hor eolf stricken with the disease ati with it she battled until Monday uclucwhen death claimed the victory Patiently all this time she suf 1efond told tried in every concoiv able way to hide her suffering from those she know were grieving over tier illness Time and againl sho admonished her mother to bear hardbto be cut btI 0 Itn lo enjoy life Hut leave it t0A the Lord mother Ho knows bestf and with these admonitions a smile would cover her countenance When she would soo her mother in Donttdo that ma I am ihappier than nil of you and you must not grieve IIJust J5 minutes before death closed hor lips she called faint Elza addressing her husband1 j and beckoning him to her side s j tried to put her arm around 1 10II twicoII mlconsciousuefLI s she passed fr0 I earth to the Elysian fields of Par1 adise She was a noble ambitious en ergetic woman A dutiful daugh ter from the lime she could lispI the names of her parents sho was A5aj etlwaystheir comfort and when sho 1t berigid shei retained this parental re sped and affection but hatoSho was wonderfully endowed i with energy and ambition led her on to accomplish every undertak I ing Only recently this paper told of a compliment paid her by tate superintendent in that she had gained the highest percent a state examination and a year or so ago she was warded prize h having written a model letter in which diction elegance of ponman ship fcc were time points piofli1l ways in her mind when sho undor took anything But the great victory carne to her with her last breath when she won an imporish able crown in His Kingdom wh she will reign a queen among angels soil await the coming of husband parents brothers and vesture Unceasing toil was her chosen lot in life and it seemed always a labor of love to bo doing some kind act for some ono tad Sjlhis characteristic obtained in work for tho Master as in bores cry day labor so that she has won the race For four mouths lacking days she had been a happy bride basking in the sunshine of her chosen companion when lIe called her home While making j bridal robes her mother said that thofj mtahethe 1r jimportance of fixing up so Ii lShe replied to her mother thai I jthat occasion would he but onco iu her life and later on her moth ror1 Who can say but she had an tin I defined premonition of the tuture To all her sorrowing oriel TilE HERALD extends sympathy but comfort that alone is cheering tthey must go to the cross Ho r was thorn crucified has power I soothe soil to save She became a member of Presbyterian church when only 12 years of age and was always dulii fur and consistent A favorite hymn with her was Nearer My God to Theo and long before she dreijmedof death indeedwhen iu perfect health she often told her friends she wanted it sung at lher G- uneral In compliance with wish this was done The funeral services were held to at the Presbyterian church R evof James Little being assisted by Dr G M Center and Prof W H Cord The casket was a beautiful one being covered with white brocaded haT1 ones and friends might view the remains andall that was mortal1 E of Minnie Day James dressed inort her bridal robes of a few sh months ago lay there illustrnt tho text f In the midst of life we are iu deathi But gaping upon tho inanimate carried tho Joel I on fer to celestial shores where the- 1mAt018 au angol singing seraphic p c tr songs and smiling down upon her owing lovedones Six young Indies dressed in white d as honorary pall bearers and walked behind the hearse to thee grave The active pall bearers wero Noah Cisco Clay Brown Curtis Rose Henry Ward Stove Samplesi andKoIso Nichol The Alumni association of which was president ordered ham 4d1l on tho grave iin tho family rut iin i ckzel GreenIPoet Wilson contributes tho folII 1 lowing She wily sleep Sod soon the dewy light Will greet her eyes so bright The ipalms of paradisu shell viewI Why call it death Tis life force Slit only steels tike only sleeps t Iivision bright anil fair A peaceful rest with angels near God gave to her a sweet release Why call it death Tis the Prince ol Peace She only sleeps SIlt only sleeps I II A sleep that knows nut breaking Morn of toil or niylit ol wakingiAnil those that gather 01 the ground Leave tear drops Hparklini on the moot l l While violets whisper low und sweet 1Sheonly sleeps When you have hetidacheI or neuralgia try Trjiphunw Sold by SS Combs Sums Campton and F Iioratt IMzel Green tf Relics of ill Rebellion IIIWhile chests it hunting on Wo lnesday telex Franklin of col1 or lUluIa lot of relics of tho re hellion on tho lai d of Hon W 0 1Iizo Among tlio articles ire the barrels and caner ids of two musk a one which Ias the hammer iutuct j 90 minufJ or Helgian rifle arbath u bwlt bin klc or plato withJ triggcors mmers and jt arils of several1 other guns Wh they were con cealed by or wh t the occasion ijji i n mystery Ilia they weremui nitious of the lo itI cause is J1d teI pealimo10The gun stocks rove long since slattmarks upon the r rely gun barrels whatforelsoi was hid are quest ores that are J1 i now anxiously aw tiling answer Henry IMeratt bought all the 1 cture frames tno agentof tho Chicago Portrait Co had lleft over i l ttcheaper agent m The number is limited and if you want one youd bitter move in a herej t tfthehush James and family of ll nois camp in this week and are visiting relatives soil friends in ithis vicinity Rush left hero about six years ago a young unmarried man to seek his fortune in the sucker state There ho found him a wife and1l consequence returns a man of family tenet 5 ing of wife soil two children Theo world has used him well from a 1financial point of view Hill while ho has not made a fortune he ji 1 living on Easy street IIi herOscar Cecil and wife Ihave the anks of the editor told his better j i seveneighths for a mess each nfl Ijno sweet potatoes soil white pole tinoC second crop this your and they are very largo and luscious looking j Miss Nora Adams daughter ofji fader Henry Adams has boon sick with fever for several weeks but was somo better yesterday forLast Warning Ltc totoflay and settle StheIlev Jim Tom Pioratl came homo from Bush ton Ill a few day since and is looking as tine asij fiddle He says he has had good health ell the whilo and likes th people with whom he is associated j but there is no place like Hazel I reen herOnly about two wooks in which record your guess and get ono the prizes Youd boiler try your luck today CASTOR IIA I For Infants and Children I It he Kind You Hero Always Bought Bears the gna eof I 18Wusuryingj White Machines Hust ailingofeyspecial induemeuls Write to anml4243tf HGEYEDOHiI I r JI h n I VLD ifo i tWINE lJII11ti l OF CARDUI ja U mlillionIi trnl wrorlr T CarJult1VOVIdo limo cure JJrs JlitthcllaI ofCardin ilearning oloq- ucaccWNorCA1i1s I f3 114try CIrrdulzlmddonot cureII with falllcit of the womb and leucorrticxa jJ Dad IF meneca came aver week fur two months and xero very painful ilr hu J bind Induced mo to try wine of Cardd end lIIack Uruuhl ant row tau tueul- rbaa bee dhappcatod and l am rlIOrto1 tJ lerfort jLeu1tDTO awral- dlrectlon rolttrv 1rin4 l rmrconnTIM LYItu hla Irnrze cue f UL11aDuOaa Tema i fc j j j ts yitt ttI tt11lr lieveyen fA aches siid poi Agints wantedI Appiv to r xdtrfsi with stampI Spencer Cooper Huzcl Greta Ky B11J aaj iji nj1 11 r Fresh Lemons E Royas Pjfaccarcni Rrovvn C Sugar Qc GranulatEd 7c Aibucle coffee 12 21 Good Green Coffoe lUc iiiid I12 2Vj S5r 111other oods in i ri 111105It llitrito ccok wash and iron for sma family uo COY to silk nor cbilI1 bedrew to ncrse Apply at HERALD OFFICE ftatffor THE IlKiAiit To rut IMAJ j A sick lady cured of her deafness a re j noises in the head by Dr NicholsonI Artilicial Far Druini gate f10000 to lhi i Institute so that dratI jtoi li unable procure the tar Drums may have th free Adlro No lhlifheicholI Invitut 7 0 Kiith Avenue Ncqlo 11 r WORhx11IrT j eerier lit A UIJKIY Tile jirtii leuliul ismjiaxu i r ver lint tthe world hurt mi jeert the amu iii l it is lull ol iicus To learn this news jut as it i I iTouiptlyI IIii iuq artiallyalli that beer to is lo tusk in tin fi liinuis or rilie jJliriifnUcik IMitioii of the New York Worlit whirl conic to the sulcribcr 1V5 touts a year The fhi iirea Vtcl Worlds diligence as tin1ti u isii pokrn ami ro1 tract it Ihe ThriieuWcik VorMs secular sub cription iprise is only flW per year Ve oiler this imtiiuiitctl new ai vrai- isJTHK l HA frl1r fillKKS 1Th11Alr tj thtr ferlfds rf The 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f1rlr II o 1I rlif j tH 4 t=s t ir ENVELOPES J NOTEHEADS BILLHEADS ist dtt i vvLETTERHEADSi SALEBILLSIIlf ParlCIRCULARSO1C MINUTES t1 0ut i We have Three Fast Pressesa Power Paper Cutter and 40 Yearspl Experience enables us to Court Com it parison and Defy Competition When j you want PRINTING come and see Ut cUj JG aJ J 9 tr 11 ROSE WHEELER PRACTICAL BLACKSMITHS AND WAONMKERSIHAZEL tsInrite the attention of tho farmers of this vi cinity to their im roved facilities ar Knaiiiiiuiug and wagonmaldng 10 well as repair work of all kinds mcchanicsini execution ofill satisfaction cases Muggy building and arcourpatronage is reo sjicctfully solicited Indwill ampprtaiatnlIIOSE WHEELER WanteaSDDO men 1TC IBUy Tno Groat Bran ffP81S 01 A JI SOLE DEALER HAZEL GREEN IY Situations Secured f f1dualesoUolllonrefW1ded Write offerlMCollegesLoslalns omMAiLHcWsdYa BkslaQlus All lukWadlle Fla I i W r H G ROBINSON BEATTYVILLE KY General Salesman for R M HUGHES CO LOUISVILLE KY Manufacturers of HigfcGraoe Vlncgut iCClSolicits themountains Ii I tiIA new firstclass cafe for ladiesI and iutheos ito doPP allrpservedespecially are invited BLUEGRASS + NURSERIES 0SPRING 1901 0Fruit and Ornamental Trees Shrubs BmcsTGiapes Small fruits Aa lorOrchardrighLt6rNorockbottomCatalogueonK HILLENMEYER LEItTGTOlt TR J M WALPECKt Physician and Surgeonlklk HAZEL GREEN KY solicits the y answerprofessional J Obtetricksa OClean lid Nfee for w4if per 199 t d L r 7 fH t I i1 7njt71ta itaq Oqr err STILT HOOOIT V7JJJDdDSJ9 ejjSIs- asra Mans jo spucsnotjj pt SMIID iuan ctrusd iq paAnid Xpflnifj iisnvvtjp ILL ion lrqu par tutuiUKni orpcpcotj Esanrnj Send jo nrij iceatat uu 4rpn mot aqi jo id aril in ssnizapuai a qnoai otn uj OISBJ pnq c jo tnilmo3 teijx a utqal loaurr dagl inq ftJ1aJJ pirUrltrl Jr 6i I rt Salty lsnrt Sag1 xrrswq pttnpt- ri jnq mine Jtstu 5snirK q inn JBO sjrwajjns sn iJlqta t1 Oilf ra VW I- IIgdls t11 sI 3C L- LTFOJriLAI a 1lnJ1JJa THE 1fE AL Mrs W T Caskey is reported to be improving slowl- yJrrJoiikinsdrui n ierforBran Day ct Hunt of Lexington was in terviewing our merchants Wednes day Mrs Myrtle Gnrvor md sistor Maud Stevens of Illinois aro via iting friends and relatives in this place Regular services at the Chris tian church Sunday morning and j evening to which all are cordially invited Hon Joseph Rose and wife of Lacy creek and Lenny Pieratt of Maytown attended tho funeral on Tuesday At a school election held hereon Saturday last Spencer Cooper was elected trustee vice Judge G B Swango Curt Quicksall left Tuesday for tho mouth of Frozen creek where he has engaged to clerk for N B Day tSc Co THE BEST should lw your aim GetI1thebestMarion Davis brother of John Davis returned to his homo atj Ezelon Wednesday Ho has been sickwhile here Harry Perkins was here Tues day with a load of picture frames and a great many portraits to de liver to patrons Rupert P1ab who is now in business at McCatisey came up Tuesday to attend the funeral of Mrs Minnio James Missl Lou Johnson who has been visiting among rolaI livesi and friends in Illinois for a year on more came homo Wednesday Dr Taulbeo hits just returned from a trip up the river and re ports tho scarlet fever epidemic abating All the patients recover ingDo you want a business educa tion Ifso write Prof B B Jones Lexington or come to this scholarshipWe Willie Day of Betel Bath couu I ty was called to tho tedside of his sister Mrs Minnie James Sat urday and remained until after her funeral on Tuesday Throughmisinformation we last week stated that the late Col L M Day had been twice married It was an error and we take plea our in correcting it Squire Josh Wheeler of Meiie feo county was hero Tuesday to got the minutes for Mt Zion Association of Baptists whichwere printed at this office Miss Nannie Osborno of near West Liberty past through hero Tuesday en route to Campton and stopped over and made a pleasant call on Mrs Alice Pioratt Josh Ijebusk has been stricken with the western fever and to cure it will have a sale of his effects on November 9 For particulars see paper next week and handbills The funeral of Lafayette Dennis will be preached at Old Union church in Meuofce county on the third Sunday iih October Rev Johns Adams delivering the dis course George Frisbey who was shot in the foot Sunday night is in a crit cal condition anjl unless an operation is done and the ball removed an amputation will have to be made Tho Geology class of the Hazel Green academy will make atrip to Coppers creek and surrounding country sometime next vrooH They will do practical work in Geol ogy An Octogenarians Birthday- On Sunday September 0 1901 William Preston Trimble celebrated the eightysecond anniversary of his birth by setting a dinner for his children grandchildren and great grandchildren and a good many of them honored tho occasion I with their prosoncu All of them in fact in this vicinity attended I and had a very enjoyable time i Not many men have passed their four score and more of years in such close proximity to the place of birth With tho exception of a awhileII and that too not far from tho site seonllthecant hamlet of two or three houses to its present proportions and population j True it is even now not as largo as somo towns on the map but it boasts the cheapest and best school in Eastern Kentucky and in every hamlet of tho habit able globe it is known as the home of THK HERALD the ideal Ameri can country journal the fame of which has given tho town an im perishable name to say nothing of lesser local enterprises In his boyhood Undo Pres has stalked many deer at tho sulphur spring on the place where ho now lives which was then known far and near as a deer lick Though now an octogenarian plus two years the subject of our sketch retains i his mental and physical faculties to a remarkable extent except a deafness that impairs his pleasure j in conversation He has been ai widower for some years his daugh ter Miss Mary who never married j keeping house for him and ho en j joys life as much as any one which TilE HERALD together whith his progenyother relatives and friends hopes ho may continuo to do for may years to JI Card comeII j To Drs Center Taulboo and i Nickell and t11 other friends who i were so kind in ministering to my j wife in hor late illness among i whom none more so than Mrs John Curtin of Maytown I want to express my heartfelt thanks with tho hope that even as they minis tored to her may they be treated under similar circumstances Gratefully ELZA JAMES You May Bend tho Sapling butnnt- the tree When disease has become chronic- aad deep scatetl It IIs often difllcult to cure It That IIs the Wynn hltIis heft to take Hoods wbun disease flrst shows itself Hoods Plllsareafavoritefamilycathnrtlci The funeral of Mrs Minnie James brought out otto of the i largest crowds ever seen in this j town on a similar occasion The Presbyterian church where the cer emony took place was packedand the yard in front was full of pea pie nearly all of whom followed tho remains to tho cemetery and attended tho obsequies thereE The Sunday school at the Chris- tianj church will convene at tenv I oclocka m instead of at 930- a m as heretofore Then there i will be no intermission between the Sunday school and the church services All aro invited to attend both tho Sunday school and the i church services Teacher Boggs of tho Consola tion school dismissed on Tuesday in respect to the memory of Mrs Minnie James whose funeral near all of the scholars attendedas IIY one time taught it and was t a favorite with the scholars I i i NerveFood If you have neuralgia Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil will feed the nerve that is cry ing for foodit is hungry and set your whole body going again in a way to satisfynerve and brain from your usual food That is cure If you are nervous and irri table you may only needmore fat to cushion your nerves you are probably thinand Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil will give you the fat to be gin with goesInllyou need from usual food and Scotts Emulsion will help you to that sampleItsITtDOWNE Chemists 409415 react Street NcW York Sac and Jioo Ali druggists 1 1 George Halsey republican can didate for county judge was fool ing the pulse of the populace here Tuesday and wo opino that ho found many of them opposed to him politically though George is a nice clover fellow socially Will Clayton and family of Youngs Spring Hath county are visiting in this vicinity His fam ily are at Flem NickolPs near Ezol and Mr Clayton is trying toI buy sonic horse- sCOUNTY j NEWS NOTES 086yTo insure insertion AU corres byMonday 1 mt that nearby on Monday morning Our correspondents are derelict in duty and we want to say that henceforth they willnot 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 uu to great inconvenience SUNNY SIDE j Mrs M J Oney is on tho sick list Clay Lacy has gone back to Shelbyvillo to resume his school work at that place Mrs J W Taulbeo and Mrs Clay Lacy of Daysboro attended tho burial Tuesday Willie Wilson tlf Grassy crcuk spent one night last week with his cousin Grant Lacy Ye scribo attended tho funeral service at Daysboro Sunday and saw lots of our old schoolmates and friendsIWo called on Mrs W T CasksY one day last week and was sorry to find her still confined to her bed and not much hope of her getting out soon Miss Sadie Sprinkle who has been recuperating in Hazel Green for some months was out this way Friday telling some of her friends good by as she was going to leave for her Virginia home next day but said that she would bo back I early in the season next summer Your writer attended the funeral I of Mrs Minnie James Tuesday and wo believe that it has never been our privilege to record a death that brought such universal sor row to the town and community as the death of this Christian girl But Tho Judge of all the earth dooth right The family have our deepest sympathy Oct S SUSIE SUNUKAM LEE CITY R A Dunn is painting some for CBAllen Hula Rose was visiting in Jack son last week Capt Brady was in the city again last week on business J T Govedon of Hazel Green was hero last Monday on business Tho stave mill has been brought to the city and will begin work at onceClay Rose has returned from the city and reports an enjoyable timeHutchinson tho owner of the stave mill at this place is hero on business Charloy Rose was visiting his girl last Sunday and says that he had a nice time R P Seaton tho telegraph op orator at this place is boarding at tho Dewey House Virgil Primmer was called to Morohoad last Tuesday to see baby who is very low hisII andIsaw were city Monday ing for a job of hauling staves All lo Arnett accompanied with J Miles Liudon left last Tuesday for Cincinnati to buy a new stock of goods The R Jt Co has reduced tho section hands wages and they havo no men since They were al ready working very low A crowd of twelve left tho city on the train last Sunday for Frozen to get some pawpaws They report a nice time besides they got all they could bring home Business is wakening up at this place as there is a bucking ma chine hero which omployes ono dozen men and thero are two or three stavo dealers hero all the timeYe scribe was visiting his girl on Stillwator last Saturday and Sunday also attended the meeting at Charley CardwclHa There was a large crowd there and most every one seemed to enjoy themselves very much A very serious wreck was caused on Frozen last Friday which three cars were thrown oft the track j two of them being damaged so badly they hero burned and the iron saved On last Sunday there was almost another wreck in tho same place which is in a curve Oct 8 RKUJACKKT CAMPTON BRIEFSII j C C Hanks lost a very fine steer this week which died ofpoistHlIi Mr Matlock of registered at tho Combs House this week j Prof F D Pal meter attended conference at Sholbyville Ky this week Cud Hanks and Frank Horton made a flying trip to Frenchburg this woek H No Horton of near town got his house burned j nothing was savedRev TT Dickey and wife aro ShOlh1ville DUlrlofMiss Malvery Smith whoso illII j ness wo reported in tho past died Wednesday and was buried Thursi day i W C Pryor purchased a bound ij ary of timber on Stillwater front j j prepaIrations place thatII Green Taulbeo who has for several weeks is not to live at this writing oxpoctedII Ho died somo time Tuesday EditorMarried at the homo of the bride Reese Catron and Miss Bertie Hanks Wednesday evening at 7 550 oclock Tho couple left Thursday for their future home in Monefeo county Wj wish them a happy life and much success Among the many who attended the funeral at Stillwater Sunday were Misses KdnaBerthaand Sallie Hurst Mrs D B Redwino Miss Rosa Ponce and H H Hurst C B Hanks Capt W L Hurst and wife and J W Conglcton and wife They report a splendid trip Oct 8 GooGoo EYES DAYSBORO DOINGS Tim K Cockorhan way in Days boro Saturday J W Congolton of Campton was in Daysboro Monday Bill Alexander made a flying trip to Campton Tuesday Miss Mollio Onoy of Sunny Side took dinner with yo scribe Sun dayMrs J W Taulbeo has just returned from a visit to relatives in Broathitt county Miss Emma Fallin left Sunday to spend the winter with hor sister Mrs Wallin of Jackson Miss Florio Hencely of near Ezol has been visiting Clara Nick ell for tho past week John Cisco passed through Days boro Saturday en route to Hazel Green Tho Nickell is what takes JohnThe funeral of Dillard Nickell was preached hero Sunday by Rev Harlin Murphy A large crowd was present BernardHowardandClayBrown two Hazel Green academy boys passed through hero Friday en route to Whito Oak whore they visited their homes They return ed Sunday Oct S MAUl MULLEH MORCANCOUNTYCONSOLATION Our school under the taro of J Loroy Boggs is progressing nicely Rev Henry Adams conducted funeral services Sunday at Casky school house Oscar Cecil and daugters Misses Ada and Nannie spent Saturday and Sunday on Holly Miss Quilla little daughter of Henry Haddicks is quito ill We think it is tho fevorII Miss Bonnie Cecil spent Satur day and Sunday on Lacy creek with relatives and friends Henry Gillaspie son of C C Gillaspie is very ill It is thought at ho has scarlet fever Andy Blankonship has peon duita- ii 1 for somo timotWe ar in hopes- o his immediate recove y Oct 8 LivfxasTOv i J i r rilr TRY YOUR LUCK 11C- oPublishiniipi 1IOOININGASH To Be Given Away IIe THE PRESS PUBLISHING ASSOCIATION will giveS 15 000 in Cash Prizes to those making the nearest estimate on the combined Official Y otef1f of Ohio Massachusetts and lowa east for Governor November 5th 1901 2000OOOwB RECKON IN OHIO ltMT DO ESTIMATE with the may take of this offer and their tions be year from date No is in you also send I U Uli 3 I L Be careful your p as as As soon as we your will send a the X your which will insure any prize your may fm he sends the 4 3Cy Club raisers will a for each iSfTo aid we data The combined Official Vote in these three states in ISH li842U increase WG per 1SUS If 1616422 decreaa 101II1SJ4 1895 II 1570452 increase 277II 18 lfiII 2222II 1897 lIi7210 decrease ISI11II lS JS Ir2HUf 225II1SIJ ltr33Sy increase 7SUII I IIIt IUGJtilO 1888II The certificates of the Secretaries of nand showing the Official Vote deter mine who are entitled to the prizes and the awards he made within 30 days after the Official Vote is known The HAZEL CREEN will publish the names and addresses of the successful Estima tors as soon as announced Statement of W A Pungs President of the Central Bank Detroit Michigan I that the Press Association has deposited 16000 in the Central Savings Bank Detroit Mich for the express purpose of paying the in their Contest on the Combined cial Vote of the States of Ohio Iowa and that this fund can be used for no other pur pox President Central Savings Bank Detroit Michigan OF The you Green Ky you eat This contains all of tho and all kinds of food It gives Instant relief and falls 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this paper may be file I at the office of our Washington Corr od ent E G Siqera 918 F N W Washington C CONTAINS THE FOLLOW O flUAflTIIENrSIODe Short Story Biographical TldJBIU r Popular Amateur fhatogrtftiy All the Comforts of Home The Family Lawyer Departmeat of Health iTtat i a Editors Half Monday The Quit Club x prize queatlbn partnntj The Old top iositpbp fporta 0mc aad PaaUJM Horne ttadr The Cooing QMMrmw The First Tboaaand and What taj Do With It practical aoccea deaamaeat TIM ttoryof the When the Drys Work I Iie I SnplsCep7MtMMMqad real GOOD MEClttabtu 0 1 L i Itf1he above magazine tree fir 0 months to new Herald subscribers f I found on Street D Scieaet World hi NG r l t ry s d1 gettedtawRkL L 1A nUN 0 Juii oP 0 OG o 1 Il i Women as Well as Men 1 Are Made Miserable by I r Kidney Trouble t Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis I courages and lessensl ambition beauty vigor one a ile bv tad cheerfulness soon disappear when the kidneys are out order or diseased Kidney trouble n r for a to be born rafflicted weak kid If the urin ates too if the urine scalds the flesh or if when the childII reaches an age when it should be control the passage it Is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon it the cause of the difficulty is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of 1 these Important organs unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a as most people suppose Women as well as men are made mist erable with kidney and bladder trouble and need the same great remedy The mild and the immediate effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It Is druggists in fifty IIby and dollar You may have bottle mall of has prevalentIchild with neys child often This habit both sold free also pamphlet tell nome or 8wwopRoot ing all about It Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper A Confident Commendation I I wonder who taught that parrot 1toswear exclaimed the lady in justifiable indignation I dont know answered the sailor who had the bird for sale But I can recommend him maam whoever ho was as a mighty perflcient an I painstakin person Washington Star Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications as they can not roach the diseased portion o the ear There is only ono way to conIstitutioualI I i caused by an inflamed condition isII the mucous lining of the Eustach ian Tube When this tube gets in flamed youjhavo a rumbling sound I or imperfect hearing and when iit is entirely closed deafness is the result and unless the inflam motion can be taken out and thisi r conj t dition hearing will be destroy ed forever nine cases out of ton are caused by catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition ti of the mucous surfaces i Wo will give 100 for any case of deafness caused by catarrh that can not be cured by Hallsi Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CHENEY C Co- Ioledot 0 I Sold by druggists loc Halls i Family Pills are the best mc Did you see Mr Smifkins this morning 1 asked the bookkeeper No replied the publisher What did ho want He desired us to jI advance him 15 shillings on his forthcoming workHow to Bet a Financial Success Glasgow Evening Times Flesh Dropped Off Miss Lime Mays clothing caught fire from flames under a wash boiler at Smithland Ky She was BO horribly burned that the flesh dropped from her lower limbs ex posing the bones and she died in great agon- yFriendHallo Mike Off back to ould Ireland eh But wheres your box 1 IurphyFithan phwat ud I do with a box Friend Why put your clothes in of course Murphy = Phwat an me go widout Glasgow Even I ing Times I Mothers over where praise Ones Minute Cough Cure for the suffer ings it has relieved and the lives of their little ones it has saved Strikes at the root of the trouble and draws out the inflammation t = The childrens favorite Cough Cure H F PIEKATT PreliminaryArrcngemen tlIal lorAfterwo are marriedMarie you must never hesitate to ask me when you want money lIaril uNo indeed Mallory and I hope that you will never hesitate about giving it to meBrooklyn Life Lewis Ockerman Goshen Ind DeWitt s Little Early Risers never pillsbutmake me feel like a boy Certain thorough gentle H F PIERATT IlimeKy5hlIsometimes wonder r9 lOth were true What difference does it make We both believed them T Life Giving Her Encouragement I shall never marry Oh my n ndoat replied the girl in gray a uyoure really not so bad looking as all that Chicago PostfscfiolthrehCommercial e eutuckyUniversity at this office some young Irvin eau save several dollars tf xx- t Subscnt for TII r a Aa Stepped Into Live CoalsII When a child I burned my foot frightfully writes W H Eads of Jonesville Va which caused horrible leg sores for 30 years but Bucklons Arnica Salvo wholly cured me after everything else failed Infalliblo for burns scalds cuts sores bruises and piles Only 25c per box Sold by J T I Day Hazel Green or S S Combs C Suns CamptonII A Kitchen Mystery Father Cooking schools are of some use after all This cake is delicious Daughter Is it I thought it would bo a failure Why so I I told Bridget exactly how to make it and she wont anti made it some other wayNew York Weekly i Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is not a mere stimulant to tired nature It affords the stomach complete and absolute rest by digesting the food i you eat You dont have to diet but can enjoy all the good food you want Kodol Dyspepsia Cure instantly relieves that distressed feeling after eating giving you new life and vigor HFPIKUATT SueMabel was terribly dis appointed last night BelleIni what way SUIWhy CharlieI came around and said ho was go ing to tell her time old oldstory + BellehAUlI did he propose SuoI No ho told her about Jonah and the whale Philadelphia Record I had long suffered from indi estion writes G A LeDeisCedar City Mo Like others I tried many preparations but never foundt anything that did me good until Ii outfme o 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15KOS MEDICINE COMPANY 79 East 130th Street New York City SOLD IlL J UGGtSXS Huaansf 7 1WAII I II ECT i I I r 2Lf7pr7lrrCL7lLl zzLzL LTZ WHISKEY IN JUGS Hagnus Old Ryu or Bourbon years old per gallon 200 j Hugans Old Rye or Bourbon ti5 years old per gallon 0 llagans Old Kyo or Bourbon 7 years old per gallon 27f 1 Hagana Old Ilyo or Bourbon years old por gallon 5500 L rrF xT zz LIN OASES We will send 4 full quarts of Hagans Rye or Bourbon 10 years old for y50 0 full quarts for 500 or 12 full quarts for 1000 packed in case no with corkscrew and express charges prepaid do not express charges on whiskey 3 por gallon IVo U YOU WANT DRINK RYEI SPECIAL PUICK LISTWTe quoto the following Brands of whiskies bottled and cased by Stoll it Ky Old Elk 1x12 bottles per case 1200 Old Elk 4s 0 GOO Bond S Lillard 4s 12 bottles per case 1200 Bond tS Lillard 4s G GOO Bond Lillard 5s 12 14 1100 Bond Lillard 53 6 550 Old Tarr 5c 12 bottles per case 1000 G bottles per case 500 Ashland 5s 12 por case 1000 G bottles per case 500 Old Elk is bottled in bond and also free tho othor whiskies are bottled free only You run no risk whatever in sending us your order We every we make to bo exactly as represented If goods are not entirely satisfactory ship thom back and your will be refunded Wo do not ship goods C 0 D make 11 remittances payable to The ILtgan Company References Tho City National Baulk or largest distiller in State Address THE HAGAN DISTILLING Co LEXINCTON KY A Farm tar SSal- eI l I my farm of ACRESConsisting of about 80 acres of cleared more than half which is in grass and the rest in good oak timber with one Good Frame Dwelling House- of four rooms ana a good drilled well d never failing water and outhouses cribs and stables also tenant houses There is Fino Vein of the COAL tem which several thousand bushels are sold each year Tho farm is one and one half miles from Hazel Green A good bargain can be mado by applying in per on or writing to WM H CoRD Bwel Green Ky W iiI There is ASTHMAIKXK all failsThe F WELLS Asthma Icno received tell you thankful I fool the from I was a thuinrd with putrid nid Asthma I the this Asthma and you had pvcrspoken reyolxcil a tstorliluueutthe trial like a a full I Dr of 0II Ito Your Asthmaleno excellent Ahthrna and and troubles combine Asthma old having contains opium DU o BRINKS Du I a sense allHctid chanced your I taking the a the Asthma and free I feel I medicine respectfully DH 0- t 5 I troubled Asthma remedies but I and a I at fullsize I I family children mud I and business you you see RQttlc Jtsolnt DK ny S15Whak CONSUMERb I K y 1 2r ti- isfc S tWHISKEY plain marks etched glass prepay under HAGANSPURE WHISKEY Co Lexington bottle guarantee shipment money Please Distilling Lexington StollCo I sell 159 of two a BEST ts of hut of of of indtefdr ltIlhtf WINCHESTER KY N H WITHERSPOON President UD HUNTER Cashier Paidup Capital 10000000 Surplus 2000000 Handsome deposit of 1042 1048 This Bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky customerseveryfacilitytandthe I olegitimate C A LYNCH REPItESKNTINO ABNER BARNES SCO Wiiolesale Dry Goods Hof ions l CIIAKLliSTON W VA Solicits a share of your patronage and asks you to hold an order for hIm t rJ Q KEEP COOL Ladies of Wolfe County 2000 Pairs faoysI Linen Pants Worth 25 Cents a Pair at bcJ It rtliFl I 400 CBWaSaaFormer Price 400 at fa i ftItJo n 250 Beautiful Flannelette f Coats and Pants for Men atllr 1l Crr tJ 3Cj p WORTH S500 i JILatestJI LOUIS tar i1 GUS STRAUS 1 1 1 ILEXINGTON KY 11j j State College of Kentucky The1 Airiinlturil Mid1 Mechanical state College of Kentucky offers the following eoure of study viz Agricultural if mticulturnlmicail Uiolisscal Mathematical Normall Scliit Cli5kil Mtthanic En inoi rug Electrical Engiineerinjr Civil Enginciiing tail d wiiich exiemJs over four yitr+ and leads to a degree IVi triduali lure of tudy are also provided leading each to a mas tees degree 1Each course of study iis ergtuizedunder a separate faculty The general faculty numUrs more than thirty professors and instructors County Appointees receive tuitioi room rent in dormitories expensesIIte e and modern The lat Irgitattire appropriated JJ0iOO for a college home for young women and a drill hall mill gymnasium huts been provided for mien byCougarsiraduatcs from the several c tries of study readily find excellent positions i and liberal remuneration The demand ili largely in excess of the npplItI iit was life For catalogues method of obtaining appointments information regarding courts of study and terms of admission apply to JAMES K PATTERSON Ph D LL D President to Prof D C RAZES Business Manager Lexington Ky IOr begins September 10th 1JOI o W R CRAWFORD CO Live Stock Commission Merchants FoR TILE SALE OF Cattle Hogs Sheep Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI 0 ALSO Bourbon Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KYWe have an Eastirn outlet for all ilcsiraMeI steel at highest prices Consignments solicited All cnrrespom Mace rlirerlully n wend n1 vr n r7T tW l 41h g r 2 Er ES E- G OC FZS91- V JI STJJR1RJET LEXINGTON KY 0 aLJ The patronago of mountain merchants is respectfully solic ited and all orders will have prompt attent- ion4Ja TalDA DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE HAZEL Gn a1TICY1 Has in stock n magnificent stock of UPTODATE everylinecitiesbuying houseinuntiorbu HUGHES CHILL TONiC fAiATAHLl Better than renic1Till1 MAsJustwhatEyeEtt FAiisi TonicCimmntCf15uc SI SUCClSvSWOKTH KNCHVINO Forty ears success in South proves Ifugues Tonic a great rem edy for Chills malarial fevers Acts tones and Itutil the 1all ti r jPUmlI AND SiIVGI ll8llhte funs I have for sale now Silver Wyandotte Eggs 100 for 13 These Are Thoroughbred- Buy a settinjr raise some THOROUGH BRED CHICIE nolongerSTOOKFirstROBERT I 33 Hazel CORPjj c tRLTr rr J TunIiles kFalltMalarial Fevers on theI liver andI tin the system s t v h lIUPAREi sty COIDESCRIPTIONpJ TIYEXECUTEDATTIllS at OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO o 8 OFTILERSo 8 gII o STAG SHIRTS 8 are amid 088 SSsgSSifiSjffi 8 For Sale by J Taylor 0 8 HAZEL GREEN KY Jo iik IviTHilrwo a lIlTi duzaaaaoo I0000I 1 oo QO 00 0 00000000000011 u OftHII f iv ir i NATURES DOCTOR FOR MANKIND tl T CURES Rheumatismi Diptherla j La Crippe Brights Disease I Blood Poisoning Stomach Female Kidney Catarrh Liver and andjjs Ceneral Debility 1 IT CURES Ii WHEN ALL ELSE FAILS I r RDAD THE TESTIMONY OF TWO WELL KNOWN CITIZENS OF WOLFE 1 1Ii 1I1 i you in the latter part of March andf after taking about a halfpint of the ViheOre Elixer my nerves were as steady as when I way 16 years of age and I am know past 75 For more than a year I 1 had been trying all the patent medicines and nostrums I could hear of to build flmyuntil I used Vitro Ore which my wife J brought me from your l pusc Aftfftl using it a week I went out and did three fdays as hardwork as I have done in 25 Jj years and I was not more fatigued thana J I was 25 years ago over the same work It is the grandest medicine in the world 1 iandi mountaiDJJ to know what it did for me so they may try it Hoping whoii ltired i buyVi1meOreI remain thankfully yours for putting g me on to this remedy M JAMES LACY I can vouch for every word Mr Lapjj says in the above I rm his wife and bought the medicine of Mr Cooper for him though I did not have much faiths in it because we had tried so many things that did no good I have also used VitoOre and am stronger and Ih better health than for years whichTj attribute to its use J MRS SOUTHEY LACY 1 Lacy Creek Ky June 11901- IfSYVilaeOra is 1 a package whit makes 1 quart of Elixer Dose 0 teaspoonful in glass of water Mailed any address on receiptof price AdII COOPERiHAZEL 9