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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i r- W r0460448ZC400U0004tl44t P0040S 1 I i 15000000II I f 84oooee ooo4e oooooot f THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD= Established March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell SEVENTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 17 1901 NUMBER 14 j SPKXCKK Owner CUUI1tThB OldesttI Mostt PopularI Mostt WidelyIy CirculatedI t d andd Mostt Quotedt d Paper in the Kentuckyt ky MountainsAIRRt 7 Eli In TEAR Advance CASIORiA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signatiure of In- Use For Over Thirty Years A BUSINESS AT LEXINGTON i j J S in is at service positions under Government ers toT teach our Branches in other phers and Bookkeepers for the best FREE First Lessons in Shorthand CASIORIAEstablished ner mailed free on application explainsVRITE EARN A SCHOLARSHIP FREE by IN WRITING be sure to state you HERALD Address Ik Indu OF trial I C The Pioneert T and Leader in celc I I I 1 NEW AND APPROXE1 Pays 40 per cent ocr Redeems all HAS PAID CUSTOMERS IN THREE 53 WEEKS OVER J f OVER m73Ann I tIts patrons aro among in all the different callings of life 9Keops its promises to standing and capacity Address J H rJ F COMMISSION MERCHANTS FQU THE SALE OF G3llollosSkeeand Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI O Long Dlitmir Telephone wEST 101 I I SJLiberal cash advances maijv upon consignments and sales guaranteed Got Yd PilingP at Tl piLO ZCe I SeoreI SCtYICCm I i Agents of the United States Known 1as Shadows and Ropers And the Work They Do I Washington Special New York Tribune ARE two classes of THERE by Uncle Sam whoso nicknames at loastaro prob CitiIIzenI ropers united under ono had by the treasury department to tho United States Secret formII Theso nick names signify Socret Service men are specialists I a portion of tho force being em ugreenlgoods I any way cooperate or connect themselves with counterfeiters It is important in otcc tinggreengoodsmen to arrest tho entire hand To do this the gang must bo cornered and all taken at once The roper must dress just as tho counterfeiters do i he must live where they do and be able to keep up with a suspected criminal in any surroundings Ills work is finally to win the confi dence of a suspect and either by exchange of good money for bad in tho presence of government witnesses to collect evidence to prosecute the principal operators While he pursues those the shad ow keeps behind any associate or supposed accomplice of tho chief counterfeiter It often becomes necessary for the chief to assign two or three ropers and twico as many shadows to round up one gang The shadows will start from different points and endeavor to bring the verarsus pects to the same rendezvous Tho United States Secret Service is wholly unlike tho secret service bureaus in Franco and Russia In deed most of tho foreign services are maintained for political pur poses especially to guard the high er state officials In this country the law authorizing tho secret ser vico establishment specifically provides that it shall only operate to suppress the unlawful production of United States Treasury notes and hondA When its officers are lent by the Treasury to their de partments the expense for their movements must bo borno by these departments Even when a secret service agent is assigned to duty in the Mint Directors office his expenses must be met by the appro priation for tho mint bureau A present l00OOQ is allotted to con gress for the support of this ser vice This sum is said to bo wholly inadequate and at tho next session of congress a vigorous effort will bo mado to oxpand the scope of the service and enlarge its appro priationAgents entering the secret ser vice undergo a rigid mental and physical examination conducted personally by tho chief of the di vision Tho qualifications proscribed include a thorough knowledge of criminal methods and familiarity with tho law such as is practically gained by police experience as well as the intellectual ability to discriminate between evidence and suspicions implications This is essontial in preparing for the pro sentation of a prosecution boforo a district attorney Each agent no matter where he is to operato must bo recommended by tho chief who has endeavored to divorce politics from appointments Tho civil service regulations contain special ox ceptions for tho appointment of tho treasury detectives The average ago of the agents in the service at present is 85 years Most of tho men receive their detective training while in the employ of railroads express com paniespolice departments and pri vate detective bureaus Somo of them servod terms as sheriffs and others are skilled in some special way which adapts them for the workOne of tho superadded duties of the secret service is caring for the- E President In the United States statutes thoro is a provision pro hibiting tho employment of private detectives by any branch of tho government This law was passed nearly 10 years ago after tho Homestead strikes aid at that timo the question was agitatedof legislating against Unemployment of Pinkerton agents by private corporations Thus officers must bo borrowed from the secret ser vice when a Presidents bodyguard is needed The United States is divided into 25 secret service districts each having superintendent in charge and the necessary assistants Tho- districts are arranged with refer once to the detection mud suppression of counterfeiting Western New York constitutes ono district A written report from eachman in each district is dally exacted by the chief of the division In the early part of 189S W E Wilkie who was for several years a Chicago newspaper man became the chief of tho secret service lLu reau Ho began at once to reorganize tho service Each agents record was examined dnnd a num ber of men were dropped from tho service Under tho reorganized system men are severely dealt with for drinking and lying All officers taken in the service in tho last two years were previously trained in some detective work Tho agents now most under the gaze of the public eye are Foster Gallagher and Ireland George Foster has been in the service about 10 years He is about l8 years oldlI1d has a powerful physique Ho lived at Sandusky Ohio for several years j was door keeper of tho Ohio legislature was assistant doorkeeper of tho house of representatives hero and was then appointed as custodian of the secret service bureau lIt was se locted for President McKink ys guard because of his strength Gal lagher was trained in Chicago in some private police work and entered the service hero about l12 years ago His record shows that he is an alert and active man who has served with credit in emergen cies Ireland has been in the service two and a half years He was graduated in law and had expo rienco as a newspaper man All of these men had records full of exciting and dangerous detective experiences Caring for tho Pres ident being an adopted duty of tho division Foster was borrowed to take along to Buffalo and Ireland and his assistant Gallagher who wero permanently stationed there cooporated with him While these men have been severely criticised Presidentstassassination there has been no charge of any kind made against themTho United States Secret Service had its origin in the early sixties under tho auspices of tho war de1 partment It actually grow out of tho fact of Captain Lafayette F Baker of the Union Army of fering his services to Secretary Soward as a police scout to gather information concerning tho Con fodorato army During tho war the United States began the issuance of greenbacks Then came the first appearance of greongcjods men By an act of congressin 1S01 or 1802 10000 was appropriated for tho maintenance of Bakers service to suppress counterfeiting The supervision of the service was then under the solicitor of the treasury In 1SSO the service had grown to bo almost indispensable and an appropriation of 70000 was ob tainod for its support In that year its supervision was placed in tho hands of the secretary of the treasury For tho last two years congress hasr allotted 100000 tho service 5 it has been forII to tho grade of division i Wilkios immediate chief is As sistant Secretary Milton E Ailes- WANTEDTrustworthy men and women to travel and advertise for old ostablishodhouseof solid finan cial standing Salary 780 a year and exponses all payable in cash No canvassing required Give refer ences and enclose selfaddressed stamped envelopo Address Mana ger 855 Coxton Bldg Chicago tf Just 20 days to try your luck v lY r coo J JIl FROM THE MICHIGAN WOODS i A Former Citizen of Our County Writes of the Lumber Camps- of Michigan His Home lI lOctl Editor HAZEL I n KIV llEnu DEAK SIRNow and then copy of tho dear old HKRAID reaches mo and you may imagine my delight and the eagerness withI which I scan its pages for items of notes from people and places know so well I am pleased to unto tho many evidences of prosperty and ad vancement gleaned from the reports of its many and busy corf spondents especially I am gratified to read of tho progress of Hazel Greet academy In establishing a commercial de partment in tho Hazel Green acad emy a long step forward has been taken one that will do a great deal toward placing the young men and women of that part of tho state on an equality with other youths of our country I learned for myself by actual contact with the world that a commercial education is a thing of groat value to a young man of these days and something that he can not etalong very well without Having llearned this lesson thoroughly Isot toI work with the object of obtaining a commercial education and with myown efforts good hard licks I earned the mono and last spring and summer took up and1 l completed a commercial course in Tho Northern Indiana Normal school at Valparaiso Indiana and from tho advantages I have gained1l from such commercial training I wouldadvise every young man who enters Hazelt reen academy to take up and complete thoroughly a commercal education and then remember that the worldI is bigger than the territory bound ed by the lines of Wolfe Breathitt Lee and Magotlin counties andox tends beyond tho horizon that bounds tho Eastern Kentucky mountainsThere plenty of positions and opportunities awaiting young men of ability Men aro ver scarce i io laboring mon in this country this fall and wages are correspondingly high The great logging companies aro cryingi men more men and they cannot get half the mon they want at 30 85 and 10 per month for sawyers swampers canthook menI and teamsters These wages in cludo board I have a good job with tho Muller Co headquarters at Chicago steady work at 50 per month The company is a large cedar concern and at some future timo I will describe the business in full how telegraph posts and poles aro made and where the come from if the readers of Tits HERALD will indulge me In conclusion I willsay that thot outlook for a prosperous winter iin the lumbering regions of the north west is very flattering and millionsI of feet of pinto and cedar will bet ready for market by spring RespectfullyH Swonn Caro of Muller Co Camp 2 Liberal With Money THE CINCINNATI WEEKLY EN QUIREII 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 Officers and Legislators Tho now Log islaturo will choose a United States Senator to succeed Senator For akor TilE ENQUIRER also offers 50 each week for tho largest club of guesses received during that week This is an excellent chance for obtaining money easy Lexington was filled with dis tinguishod Odd Fellows the first of I last week and on Wednesday thet grand lodge officers were elected DeWitts Little Early RisersI never disappoint They aro safe prompt gentle effective in romov ing all impurities from the liver and bowels Small and easy take Never gripe H or FPIEBATT distress toJJf f l 2 Cabin of Historic Interest The historic Patterson cabin of Lexington has been shipped to Dayton Ohio where tho old structure will be roeroctcd near the I scone of Colonel Pattersons conflict with tho Indians on the Pick away plains In that fight while encounterLwith a Shawnee Indian Colonel Patterson had the bones of the byIn stroke of tho rifle of tho savage blowIwith his sword This fracture caused a reopening of Colonel Pat tersons wounds in his right arm received in 1770 and they remain yearsoafterward John H Patterson tho wealthy manufacturer of Dayton descendant of Colonel Patterson bought tho cabin and had it re moved to Dayton Tot Causes Night Alarm Ono night my brothers baby was taken with Croup writes Mrs J C Snyder of Crittondon Ky it seemed itwould strangle before gaveIs Discovery gave quick relief and permanent ly cured it Wo always keep it in the house to protect our children CoughIttrouble that no other remedy would relieve Infallible for coughs colds throat and lung troubles 50 and 100 Trial bottles free at J Taylor Day Hazel Green and Camptondrug I 1Choice Music Received Wo have received from the Groom Music Company Steinway Hall Chicago several professional 1copies of their lato music This company is putting out sumo good piece both vocal and instrumental and will gladly examine authors manuscripts with a view to their publication It sots song words and poems to music on a basis that pays a good profit to tho author A Fiendish Attack An attack was lately made on C F Collier of Cherokee Iowa that nearly proved fatal It came thro his kidneys His back got so lame he could not stoop without great oxceptpropY ed him until ho tried Electric Bit tors which effected such wonder ful change that he writes ho feels liko a now man This marvelous medicine cures backache and kidney trouble purifies tho blood und builds up your health Only DayHazolSons Campton drugstores An unsuccessful attempt was made on the 9th inst to rob the Deposit Bank of Pleasure villo The door to tho vault was blown par tinny open but no booty was ob trained soYnot turn to surgery for relief DoWitts Witch Havel Salve will act more quickly surely and safe ly saving you the exponso and danger of an operation H F PIERATT The six mon indicted for the al leged theft of tho ballots used in the recent republican primary at Louisville waived trial last week and will be arraigned Nov 22 C M Phelps Forestdale Vt says his child was completely cured of a bad case of exzema by the use of DoWitts Witch Hazel Solve Beware of all counterfeits It in stantly relieves pilesH F PIERATT B H Crutcher celebrated his 98th birthday at Owensboro on October 8th Ho was born in 1808 and cast his first vote for John Quincy Adams in 1824 Ho is an activo man oven now TilE HERALD for 12 months and 5000 for 100 is a great big bargain awaiting tho mau who can figure tho total vote of Ohio Massachusetts and Iowa SeoIITry particulars Fire destroyed W D Smiths store at Dunnvillo near Middles boro with a loss of 1500 Lewis Ockerman Goshen Ind DoWitts Little Early Risers never bend mo double liko other pills but do their work thoroughly and make me feel like a boyIICar tain thorough gentleHF PlSBATT I w r f O g feagg 0 1500000 IN PRIZES SEE PAGE 3 to II 0000 a 10 a 10 00 0 0100101000 0 j +COUNTY + DIRECTORY + CIRCUIT COURT Third Monday in January Fourth inSeptemberDAVID B BEDWINK Judge CommonwealthsAUorneyJ C C HAKES Trustee Jury Fund 0COUNTY COURT Pint Monday in each month JudgeWA T COMBS Sheriff AttorneyISAAC UEO W SALLEY Assessor SurveyorFRANx Coronero MAGISTRATES COURTS TIME OF HOLDING AND OFFICIALS SUOCKEYMagistrate courtSECOND RosgJaisFebruary Magistrate ConstableCourtFebruaryMay LsoaMagistrate MarchJuneFIFTH dr SlxvirJ N CHAMBERS Magistrate in both districts DAVID BANKS Constable Court days Third andNovember HOIINMagiBtrateCourt days First Saturday in March DecemberI OLIVES no set Lexington and Eastern Railway I Time Title la Effect lane 30 1901 EAST BOUND STATIONS I t PMLveAMLre No2II f Lexington J 2 25 pm 7 40 am Winchester 3 10 pm 8 25 am LiEJuncn 3 22 pm 8 37 am Clay City 3 50 pm 9 13 am Stanton 4 06 pm 9 23 am Nat Bridge 4 35 pm 9 54 am Torrent 49 pin 10 08 am Beattyve Jc14 11 pmilU 29 am Jackson IS pmjll 30 am WEST BOUND No1I1 STATIONS Daily ex No3Sunday DailylpmBtattyvepmTorrentpmNatpmStantonpmClayLEJuncn 9 lOam 508 pm pmLexington ManagerCBASSCOTTCBABSCOlTTGRnil a P A LtTISlLTIN AND STOVE COMPANY Jobbers and Dealers i- nSTONE5 e craLOUISVILLE KY DILLER + BENNETT WHOLESALE FllRNITIIREThe Largest Exclusive 527 W 1ala St Wholesale Furniture Dealer in the Sonth LoiifVille Ky j JL HdflkmUft GOJManufacturers and Jobbers of MENS BOYS do CHILDREN CLOTHINCI I 607 W MAIN 5 STREETLOUISVILLE KYxL REH BEVERSON CO WHOLESALE i J SJLBBSBIT I 2 508513 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY x CAVEATS TRADE MARKt COYRICNT Afro DUIIdNi- asrr 7 alstrlaaa dkea laR CC- nrrrawva MwaY 1 s befer uevlw k+ raa R1ts OITwQsiLll j= aMSauFSFwr i s t n ii i t ii Iatlff THE HEMLB SPENCER COOPER Editor Li HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY October 17 1901 i l rI +RnnounaErzZEnT + For 1sessur- We are authorized to announce ELIJA ROSE of Stillwater as a candidate for the office of Assessor subject only to the will of the people ns expressed at the polls on Tuesday November fi 1901 J7j TICKEi41 I 0 For State Senator 3Jth District CH D SUBLETT 1 of Magftftlii DitriocJBSE P MOUUIS of Morgan County I THE JOUXTY TICKET GLETONtFLLbr1 For ClerkW S TUTT t For Sheriff T F STAMPER For Supt SchoolJ W TAULBEE For JailerJ n LITTLE For AssessorS X HOB 8For CorOner FHASK SAMPLES j1i TEIectidn Tuesday Nov 5 lOCH i THE pride of hazel Green is the academy and the tact 1 1thatit grows Letter with each 1 succeeding year speaks loudly1 in favor of Prof Cords wise management and endears the school toeducatiollalellthusi asts notojily here but throughout Eastern Kentucky Xot only is the attendance better but the faculty is improved1 and its facilities enlarged by many uptodate features A step forward was made this year by adding Prof I31ank enship whp is thoroughly prepared to give our young men and young women a business 1 education This too at an insignificant sum as compared I s with the cost in commercial I I tggrman or young woiiian who desires to1 equip hint or herself for the duties pertaining to a afore mil tile or commercial life can doj t so at the academy while taking atudl at only a slightly additional cost Indeed the student who t avails of this opportunity c I j rattainas much knowledge as kr couullerIcialz 100 which surely is worthyI j consideration Vrite to wiV H Cord the lrof11 regard to the matter I the meantime read the ad of rthispopular school r t NEXT to electing a United k States senator through our state senator and represent r the the republicans of Wolfe 1county would rather elect the county judge than togo a big i meeting where dinner on the ground is a feature They want the administration of fairs of the county and if they1 could capture the county jul 1tjt swiiiw afdemocrats midII if there be anyjn ouY party a who are inclined to sulk appeal to them not to do so 4 sj i w asAFJ i f1 m c f r YJ frgood in our opinion I as the county ever had and1 you will bear us out when you see him administer the allairs ijof the county which he surely will do if you do your 1part of the work Dont scratch is the best advice one democrat everIt gave another and now is the time to heed it It is an artt we never did and never expectt to practice Do as wo do andI all the democrats will1eI elected l j DEMOCRATS are you alive1 1 to the situation Do you know that the republicans want ttoj elect a state senator and repij rescntative worse now inIl purtant that every democrat line up on the oth of oven1 her to vote for Charley Sublet and Terse Morris so that we can elect a U S senator vice Mr Deboe Having slipped i democratsI lIuhliI1 icans will strain everystritr himIor send one of the saute com II plexion to succeed him and we faill to elect either Sable H or Morris we would help do so You must vote for them abo lately Every democrat who fails to vote for them will fedI that he was instrumentalI in repnblicit III senatorshould such a calamityi befall us and in such contin gency his remorse conscience would be a vivid veritable hell Vote right and allwill be well with the7 arty and your con science will repose in content men t JUDAS ISCAUIOT was a Jett of supurbsetting and a thing of beauty as compared to tIll three Hagins brothers of our neighboring county Breathitt Benedict Arnold was a he before whose picture all pat riotic Americans should pros trite themselves in pride t Simon CJcrtys name should be held in sacml remembrance iby every loyal Kentuckian in the world wherever his liabi1 tat ion Personally the three Hagins boys are withoutguile so far as we know but poli cally they arc as the stench of a rotting carcass to o1teto organs of decent people J n another place we publish A Disappointed Constituency j and The Bolters reS1 lively both of which from t editorial columns of the Jack1 son Hustler Read them both anti see if their characters as there pictured Ire not types of the illustrious predecessors inII treachery we have Wanted andI then with us you can wonder1 if like the first of our trio they will not each go forth in shame and fall down and burst 1 his belly illHenry Pieratt bought all the picture frames the agent of the Chicago Portrait Co had left oteronoand is soiling then 50 per cent tstcheaper than tho agent sold thom The number is limited and if you want ouo youd better move in a hurry as they aro going like hot cakes 52tf illThe Bolters The bolters or as they term itt the fusionists of this county aret headed by J Wise Hagius D F Hagins and A L Hagins These three brothers now hold the ro spective offices of county judge circuit court clerk and county superintendent to which they were elected by democrats They have been singularly honored by the democratic party pohaps beyond their deserts ofIn 18DG the older brother was electedclerk of the Breathitt coun jlgtdidII not quit his party but has over tlsince continued consistent clom chdand will support the present democratic nominees at the ap yevass clater ho was roelocted without op position In 1893 he was a can di1 j date for the nomination for re I election and was opposed by WII B Card well whom he defeated But Cardwell continued n domo cort and will support the demo critic nominees In ISm he tea n candidate for tho democratic nomination for county jjtidgojh against Hon G S Miller whom hot defeated by a narrow margin Jmlgo Tiller is still a democrat 1present efficient chairman of 1ithut democratic county committee In 1S92 tho younger brother A L Hagins and S S Taul boo were candidates for time dmueratic iuations for circuit court clork Iliigins was nominated by a bare mljoritybutllumlbeocmltunledmocrat a 1 inatod and reolectfd without u pu position Time same primary i d1noted these brothers reeve nomip1 for county judge and circuitI IIrothorIg tondt1 ent and II In Noblo were opposi jing candidates for tho nomination ffor that ullicu Tho former voce t ed upon tho taco of the returns a majority of four votes and was decided the nominee and elected without opposition1 Mr Noi although defeated continued a democrat Thus wo had theco jbrothers elected to three of thet imost lucrative oilices in tho county tho same time latThis year Judge Hagins stillI professing to bo a democrat was candidate for renomination for county judge while his broth urI D F Hagins playing tho samo role was a candidate for ronomi I nation for county suptrintcn 1 They woro both defeated an j they and their family bolt Defeat and disappointment aro good euou for any one else but they are t 10I had for thorn They and their brother have hold oflico in Breathitt county I for thirty years at the hands of democratic party During this time the democratic party passed daysel We1 had the Luc 1c 1 election law with its innovations upon the grin pies of the party Wo had contests for state ollicos against which many democrats revolted1 IUBut this triumvirate indorsed all these and would have indorsed ISi many more had tho party for willingdins family in ollice This it was not willing to do for life tenure in oflice is inconsistent with the doctrines of true democracy If thoao gentlemen will contrast their pres present conduct with that of those they have heretofore defeated for tiollice they would conclude in weds of the poet seeiThpdfthe wan God meant Thou octet more would be The man thou art content Jackson Huktlur eCA Disappointed Constituency 11eAfter having been retained in oflico for fifteen consecutive years by tho democratic lparty an honort seldom achieved in a county where qulified and ambitious young men abound and failing in an effort to reinstate himself in oflico another four years tho Hon Wise Hagins deserted tho party in which he had been nurtured and fedand went iito tho republi camp His many friends who had followed him and had supportedI him in all his races wore naturally surprised at this courso TI hadreason to expect and did pect bettor things from him ought to hear tho disappointments of defeat as gracefully ho wears the laurels of victory But the surprise of his friends reachedt I its limits when it was learned that he had carried his disappointmentsI on tho bench The statutes pro vido that the county shall bo laidI off into convenient voting precincts but no precinct to contain more than 300 voters Acting under iIvii sary voting precincts No precinct contained the maximum number of voters Everybody was satin with them No complaints wore heard save now and then a croak from a disgruntled republic Tho first county court succeed r the primary election in which I j j jjudennd his brothor were feated in their candidacy for coun ty judge and county suporintend IIrepublicansthe instance of tho triumvirate of the republican party in tho count made an order materially changing I tho boundaries of four of time election precincts that he himself i7 had made and that loo without t- 1 petition or complaint from any ono affected by tho change It was thought by many of his chatslions of his disappointments rho would not nurse his wrath That1 irato passion would give tea 1to sober reason nut the expects tion of his friends wero disap pointed when at tho last hour ho had notices of time dianges postedt In this ho has affected no tine hut his1 friends It is immaterial to Udemocrats at what precinct tin y rvote for whorcver they vote they trill vote the democratic tickett As wv have said before all tl1I in- r eat and all they want is an honi jest ballot a free veto and a fair count those changes will nut rin njthoI least affect tho democratic1 vote but they will yet affect the conscience of Judgo Hagins w hasI always been an honorable aim iupright gentleman Tho ropnldii can party lets no Place fur himi After they have played upon his projiidicis and used him they will icast him from them as something nuchosen JIo will yet conclude in tin languageI of Solomon that it is letter to ho a living dogl vvIct reilect upon and see tho errors of his way His conacietico willyot asMTt itself sand when it dOs it will bite like a serpent and stir g likol a adder He will vet con elude that Iw would rather ltit- a living dog and wears democratic eolar than be thocsrcess of n dead lionI hniiutcdi about in tho republi can crouplacksomi Hustler Placernti ntlime many friends of Carl Mize will rejoice to built that he h LuliiubI boughtDOan interest in the Indiana Phar macy Co wholesale dealers ac I manufacturers ofitmutanl umi plunKheO 1 with his ventnro so far and willi soon Ijo joined by his father at i mother who will take up their residence there Intact Mr1 Jliz 1ijsr is there now temporarily Ca climiJlizo is well adapted to a lmsin ss of that kind which is light and1 cleanly and boing a young man of good manners and splendidl social qualities he will Suva Ibuildup coterie of complacent companions htois frindship is so founded that it is lasting Ho has a good business education and fora young man isj eminently qualified in nil essen tials to bo ono of tho heads in suchJ an establishment With his many friends whose name is legion we hope hime a plethoric parse anil a adtlitimttimehis interest ho will have a salary as bookkeeper and secretary nut treasurer of tho company Sec advertisement Joshua De Busks sale at top of noxt columni and be sure to attend th sault if you want sumo rare bargain Hi has a lot of thins nut lhrtih1 CASTORSFor Infants and Children The Kind You Havo Always Boughtt LjSignature of C 3 eVenlrv county in Eastern Kentucky totWhite Sowing Mnchincs Huet ling urea are the only kind thrt need apply anti to hero I can of 101fer special indncmenis Writ to GKVKUONx GreenFWhen you havo headl ache or bast S S Combs lC Sons CnmptcnI11 II F Pieratt Hazel Green tf Bug aO BanaQ Fresh MaL11 VtJIRoyal Raccaronn Brown C Sugar Sc Granulated 7c Arbucle coffee 12 12 CqffeelOco tAllothor goods in propor tion CECIL BROS fledrWhen you have head ache or neuralgia try Triphone Sold by JSS Combs it Sons Campton andJ tfartWarningill bdo ejpaid or propertysold day and settle H F PlEHATT D S TilE UKAF ITOcured of her deafness nnd noises in the head by Dr Nicholson r Artificial Ear Drums gave 10000 to hi tojprocuretoj II J a S + 4 4 r 1 + 4 4- AI j PUP IP t P i H i i ulU t litlli TtI will on 11101ty I 9 t at my residence on irassy oliYr prfJnllytvOIiNiHKAO OF HOItKS I uonixc MACIUNK 1 HAY HAKE I FINi 1AISIOi ORGAN 01rKEUSTOOUSj HOUSEHOLD KITJHEN FUR NITLMtE I WAfJONS AXD Gldltficdc flfc TEllS made known on lay of alco UCTJIISpace Boloags to Hazel Grcou j Academy u ATTEN lOt- us LOTOWHERSi 3idftvalks mUSt tow Be BuIlt Thrri are a Mimlnr ofsillrwtlks in the RtI j i l l Y JcifiIIi i l Y iilitr oltailiingf Walks ur 1IIIthl UB lbeen tcrpt i twisti pcudiwc the dYMINXl iill IPcIIIX l 111f Tnfdrs lias wtYI control vl IibrI liuitiiinjr ofFldl Nak it will Iw rxpcrtva that nilI vHlk J0 i ut in CrtrSa fvmdwoaat uuve marel lroKrty nwnvrs whobnvi Itctn enteredl III rllIilel Milrunlk UHV iill njwn the clerk C IS IKtM inri v riJtaiOililiH COm m fhr TTTI ni lGJ BLUEGRASSJMURSERIES 0ai1 1HOl o Fruit and Ornamental Trees Shrubs not CrahNS Small fruits Ag InrllII + HiulHiii lint everything fur Orchnril law11 and iatdcii 1rices right IiGJ Xo j ijVTs Kjirjoyrn and rock hottoin to the aetiitti planter Catalogue on applicatiuii to H P 2H L L E N EV3 EVER LEX1NGT JN KY oDR J M WALDECK Physician and Surgeon HAEL GREEN KY i ol peopleilrzelri lesiiiial calls Jayurnignt Olstrtrirk n iecialty WantaliSOOO t 1 mon TQ 1LJ tTnB eieat lisa Penis n 1A ItWr SQLE nUm KAZEL tir 1iJr c 5taejijoj Securedi v n duai tui rlon Writ t fur latal ie nv i iTei SiScaccfiV Bualnoso1iflaS Colleger LealnlUt KI Mongomsrr A1 NoMtar Tn Cou rbua Ga rkloat1a riogr1r1 ALa FI a eon sa s w+ c accct ttiteaoaya- i Jf1ur lr 11 KASH A t j1ii07neyatL7V t 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C nll IVSPAPERIm JU f IETI PRACTICALII BLAGKSM AN- DWAONMAKERS ITHS I HAZEL GREEN KY aIn ito the attention of t ItIIfarmers of this vii cinity to their ira pro ved facilities iI 11wellij kindsimechanicsinsures ofallsatisfaclion casesBuggy arcourrespectfullyappreciatedIIOS do WHEELER ttM THE HOME PAPER I Ci IG ROBINSON KYI forIManufacturers of HighGrade Vbic wjja w Ciders J themountainsSolicits orders 1 AlDailattentioni A now firatclass cafe for ladies j and gontlemen has been opened in Iito the jhoenix Hotel Annex oppos alltimei aresenedLadiesespeciny 1 LDPAPE89 Clean andNlee for tallt attlfaoLpeattQcentaper3 ZY x 1aw What are HumorsT- hey are vitiated or morbid fluids cours ing the veins and nflrilns Uc tissues The are commonly due to defective Jlgcs tlon but are sometimes inherited How do they manifest themselves In ninny forms of cutaneous eruption salt rheum or enema pimples aril boils and In weafcnesj languor gsricral debility low nre they cxHlktl By Hoods Sarsaparilla which aso builds up tl3 system that h 3 suffered frcii them It Is the Ctt medicine for a11lumors THE MEMLB Uncle Wash Childers and wife of Maytown wore 1rhere yesterday on business W G Franklin representing IL Kriah t Co Cattol burg was iuij terviowing our merchants yester day Miss Xora daughter of Mr and Mrs II D Adams who has been sick for a week or BO is reported to be on the mend WHEN YOU arc feeling tired and of Fort you wilt Jinil Hoods Farsapartlla will do you wonderful good Be Pure to GET HOODS Mesdamcs Lizzie Hall and Em ma Amburn and Misses Emma Carter Hill blue Hale of lekinI Morgan county visited Mrs Char- Ity Cecil on Wednesday John Curtin and wife of May town were visiting hero Monday and called upon Mrs Hilda Day to show their sympathy and con dolonco at her grievous loss Tho foundation of tho academy is about half completed and the brick kiln is progressing nicely j Mr JSnowden who is to burn the brick says ho will fire tho kiln soon Rev II D Adams who was to preach a funeral sermon at Leath- erwood church Meuefeo county Inst Sunday was unavoidably kept at home by sickness of one of his daughters A drove of cattle belonging to Frank Hopkins of Prestonburg passed through here yesterday en route to Mt Sterling There were 77 head in the bunch Frank Allen also hadn bunch of 18 for the samo market John Graham and wifo of Xeola wero here Monday on business At least John came to see Uncle Ike Hartfiold from whom ho bought a nice bill of dry goods and notions timid Mrs Graham came along to bjss the job Dr Nickell was on Friday called to the residence of Sherman Shack elford in tho Calaboose to sot his leg which was broken between the knee and ankle Ho was riding on the running gear of his wagon and was thrown against a stump with tho result above Owing to tho illness and death j of my daughter I could not go to tho city as anticipated but I have ordered a comploto lino of hats trimmings notions ttc Ac and they will bo horo the latter part of this or first of next week Mug F X DAY Kash it Ritchie have just com t ploted a well at the new academy which is 81 feet deep and flows 2CO gallons of water per hour They have under contract a well fort Ed Cecil which will just go down sufficient to bring a good supply of water If everyone knew The superior quality Of Hoods Pills Their gentle easy Action their prompt cfiVct upon The torpid liver and inactive bowels It would be only a short time when I Thrj would be uicd to the exclusion Of every other kind Hoods Pills Are the only Pills to take With Hoods Sarsaparilla f The One True Ulood Purifier The quarterly meeting of the Methodist church conference of the district begins at Hazel Green on Saturday Oct 19th A gentleman by the name of Greening has been assigned to this district Ho is a recent acquisition from the Missouri conference and prom ises to bo ono of tho best pastors tho church has had in a long time Ho preached hero on Sunday niglit last and impressed his hoarer as a man of considerable force Vita Ore will relieve you of all aches and pains Agents y anted stampSponcor r IN MEMORY Of Mrs Minnie Day James Wo can hardly realize that death has como to hor so modest so nobler so chaste and pure was she that death it seems has played a cruel part Relentless deathah cruol cruel fate remorseless in its courso will pluck and bind the precious flowers in its sheaves From tho billowy sea of life to tho calm ocean of eternity her mufilod oar has gone its wako is lying in tranquil water and the anchor is cast beyond und in tho divine fruitage of Gods resplendent harvest she will he rewarded If there bo a purity ofsoul a grand our of purpose to bo attained ini life it was hors if there be ono inI whom was centered all qualities of pure womanhood it was she Iti stay be strange for us to see but in her death thoro was a voiseless songa silent requiem which chants tho Masters will Her life was in j the budding of morn but lo it met itsnnsot It was a noble death As tho king of day reclines in tho glory of the evening twilight gilded by a golden sunset so she sank to the endless sleep surrounded by the glories oft beautiful life and tho colors of joys iim mortal She wits kind and affectionate Her every desire was to beautify the moral sphere of life in which she lived liar husband her pa rents her fond brothers and sist ers in whose hearts are burning1 the anguish of despair have lovingly paid a final tribute to ono who was time noblest of the living Her pathway was gilded by time purest examples of Christiani i graces it reached its zenith and as it falls the deepest melancholy of our life lingers over tho remains Whence cause time sad gloom that envelops our lowly mountain hamlet Every heart is bowed in grief every home is shrouded in gloom a star has gone from among us but its radiance will ever shino incur pathway j Moved by the fateful knelt ofdeath we treat In sorrows path with beauteous hopes ahead No never shall we know a purer soul Nor on the carth or corn on heavens roll In this we trust to find a fulsome restt Kterual joys in regions of the bratt MACK PKYK For tho Sake of Fun Mischief IU Done A vast amount mischief is done too hrausetipleltecliettokerpthetrhtocslpure This niNvliivf fortunately roar be undone by the faithful use of IlootlV Sarsaparilla Hoods Pills curt liver ills Nonirritating Uncle Ike Ilartfiold was at the Day House this week and sold handsome bills to all ofour merchants Besides S CUex ender of Daysboro and John Grim ham of Neola bought nico bills i from him Does advertising pay Well yes he thinks so if tho adv bo in the HAZEL GKEEX HEUAID j Ho has captured tho trado of this section through an ad in this pa per and by his own affablo manner and a lino of firstclass goods at moderato prices THE HEKALU keeps him in tho minds of tho merchants and by his own clever ness and a lino of goods unsurpassed he does tho rest CollectionsI contrib DcIlineator somo months ago on Old Blue China contributes to the November Delineator an article dealing with LowestoftWaro China collectors will do well to read this article Miss Mary Jane Tyler confined to hor bed with fever and is said to be quite sick BloodWe live by our blood and on it We thrive or starve as our blood is rich or poor There is nothing else to live onbyWhen strength is full and spirits high we are beingre freshed bone muscle and brain in body and mind with con tinual flow of rich blood This is health When weak in low spirits no cheer no spring when rest is not rest and sleep is not sleepwe are starved our blood is poor there is little nutri ment in it Backof the blood is food to keep the blood rich When it fails take Scotts Emulsion oTtAKi Liver Oil It sets the whole body goingagainman woman and child- If you have not tried it send for free lample its agreeable taste will surprise you SCOTT BOWUE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street Sew York PC and Jtoo all drugsiiU t lB s t As the mylnteand myself must bo settled up at once All who aro indebted to the Day Millinery Co must come iu and settle at once This is the only call that will bo made and trouble can bo avoided if it bo heeded Thankful for past patron age I hopo by fair dealing iu the best goods and lowest prices to merit your continued good will and patronago Mns F N DA- YWANTEDImmediately a girl to cook wash and iron for small family no cow to milk nor chil dren to nurse Apply at HERALD OFFICE COUMT NEWS NOTES o i BfiTTo insure insertion AM corresV byMonday ft j that nearby on Monday morninu Our correspondents are derelict in duty and wo want to say that henceforth they j willnot receive papers except for the week they have news letters We are dependent upon them for the news aud when they fail to send in their favors they put us to great iuconenienceI SUNNY SIDE Mr JnnoTanlhoe spent MondayI in this section i Sam Nickell of Grassy passed through here Saturday W T Caslcoy was out this way Sunday in tho interest of tho sick Gallic Oney was visiting her mother from Saturday until Mon day Quite a number of tho young folks were out at tho Springs Sun dayDr Ova Swango and wifo gave this place a pleasant call Sun dayGrant Lacy has took a change for the better and is improving slowlyI Hon Joseph Roso and wife of Lacy creek were visiting in this neighborhood Sunday and also culling on the sick The Lee City correspondent didnt toll tho whole story of a visit to see his girl Myyoung friend start sooner next time and Ifi you should happen to get lost again you would not get so badly frightend as before Leo Brooks passed through hero one day last week with his sonin law a Mr Spencer who was very sick with fever His wifo being blind she could not administer to his wants and Mr Brooks took him to his homo to have him cared for A Oct 15 SUSIE SUNBEAM CAMPTON BRIEFS Fridaywas teachers association day Several teachers attended Taylor and Logan Shockey of Leo City were in town Saturday Miss Eflio Gillmoro of Illinois is visiting Z T Hurst and family Wm Cassity of Clay City is visiting relatives at this place this weekEdgar Kash was hero Saturday giving tho teachers their little mite Judge D B Rodwino and wifo left for Martinsburg whore they willvisit his relatives Reese Catron and wife of Pomo royton Menefee county visited this place Sunday- G W Robinson and family are visiting his fatherinlaw in Lee county this week Eleven men from Magoflin coun ty passed through horo on route to tho now railroad at Realty vi Ho- Wo wore very sorry to hear of tho death of Mrs Minnie Day James for wo knew her personally and know she was a modelwoman loved by all who know her Wo join with her many friends to mourn her loss Ye scribe and Dowitt Taylor left Campton Friday morning for a short visit at Frouchburg We went through by what is known as Spradling bridge and took dm ner with Undo Bob Taylor on Big branchand chatted until 1 oclock Wo passed by Miss Ava Swangos school and saw leer sitting in the sunit was noon We wore getting along nicely until wo reached Mnriba there we suffered to tho luck of breaking our buggy and left tho vehicle and chartered a road wagon for Frenchburg We wore just in time to attend tho teachers association at that place and had tho pleasure of seeing the teachers of that county Wo left Sunday morning for Campton at 0 oclock in tho dark Oct 15 GooGoo EYES i I ILEE CITY to Campton last Saturday on business Curtis Rose and Willie Alex ander wore in our town last Sun dayIguest of tho Dewoy House last SundayS Vaughn of West Liberty tho photographer is at tho Dewy House J M1 Linden of this plnco died on tho 15th lust Ho was tho son of Richard Linden C B Allen has routed tho Allen house to Mr Hutchinson and will move to Frozen tho incoming week Albert Wells accompanied by hia newly married wife was visiting his frionds and relatives last Friday and Saturday at this place Rose of Hazel Green IaJamesthrough here en route to hiss homo or S II Hursts dont know exactly which but my opinion is ho visited both places Mr Ilutchinson tho proprietor j of tho bucking machine has re turned Tho machine commenced work last Saturday and a large crowd gathered to See tho first stave mimetic in Wolfe Miss Lula Taulbee who is teach ing in In atliitt passed through horo last Friday on time train un route to Daysburo Miss Lulu iis touching ono of time best schools that hues ever been taught in her districtA of youngsters went to Jackson last Sunday and every ono had an enjoyable time on tho 0 itK but some were sorry as no one got on when wo reached tho Will Hurst station 1 think the reason was because they woro not notified in time of tho trip GeorguChapeUaccompullied by Luther Clair was walking down the street opposite tho Masonic lodge when some shooting was done in the lower end of tho city They heard the balls passing all around them and somo close to their heads but ono ball struck Clair in tho wrist and as tho boys wore not loaded for wild game they took to their heels Oct 15 RED JACKET MORCAN COUNTY MIZE MITES John Carter spout Saturday and Sunday at Maytown S S Oldflold made a trip to Indian creek Monofec county last weekMiss Corn DoHusk of Indian creek is visiting her aunt Mrs J A Oldfield Mrs IJettio Rose is very sick at this writing with little hope for recoveryMisses and Mattio Guy edon of Canoy were visiting C 15 Perrys Sunday Wo were truly sorry to hoar of the death of Mrs James She was a classmato of ours at Hazel Green academy and wo knew hor as a true friend Wo sympathize with tho bereaved ones and Wlitn they reach that coast Otr lifes rough ocean driven May they rejoice no wanderer lost A fatuity in heaven Oct 15 FIXNKY BREATHITT COUNTY PAXTON School has opened again at this plaoc IDaniel West is somo better at IT C Sponcor of Laic was on creek Sunday I IEcry Rose has its thorns and there would be many sad hearts Rob Childors for ono Old Uncle Andrew Vanclevo and wifo returned Sunday from Dais boro where they have been visiting their son Frank Mr and Mrs RL Miller visited Mrs Millers parents Mr and j Mrs Prater at Caney from Satur day till Sunday Hardin and Roy Hurst of Laud saw passed by Sunday morning en route to Frozen They attended tho funeral of Bud Eldridgo Mrs Lou Clem who has been ill for several months with con sumption died at her homo near here Saturday night Oct 15 SAIUE Do you want a business educa tion If so write Prof B B Jones Lexington or como to this office and receive a scholarship Wo can savo ou10 t r f 1 1t 1 t ow r k TISY YOUR LUCK t 1Co1 o Ii I5OOININCASH a THE PRESS PUBLISHINC will givc l5OOO in d Cash Prizes to those making the nearest estimate cm the combined Official Vote 11 I2 of Ohio Massachusetts and Iowa least for Governor November 5th 1901 i IN MASS AND IOWA WHAT DO d to d of be one is X our S g as as we OF V to as as as he we Vote in in ISU was isui t1iJG per cent 422 101II ISVl ISJo G7C452 190 1rt i l ivw 1S99 litOO 78J of the of the iThe the Vote will are time and the will 30 Vote The will the names and of the soon of W of the that the has in the for the of the in the Vote of the of Ohio and Iowa and that this fund can be used pose Savings to contains all of and digests all of food It and never fails to cure It you to eat all food you Time most sens live can take I use of have been else ItI for all stomach do only J Th ilbouIecbntalns3K times I Mt VA and of Dry and We time Pants and Hold your until you see hum 0- 4ov iC rJo To Given AWDUi ASSOCIATION RECKON OHIO ESTIMATE lijS4420 Ji REPRES- ENTSCUCCENHEiMER Be 20000001 Estimate total veto in these rthree States combinedfor Governor 1 Iiestimateyour subscription to HAZEL GREEN HERALD and a certificate participateinto be aw rded PRESS PUB G ASSOCIATION of troit to making estimates of Official Vote rnor State of Ohio i t sachusetts dayTIowa o be of CIATION November PRESS our su 1901ii magnificentprizes OUR OFFER a ltINTIL N FURTHER OTICRjevery one us SIOO foriTwelve subscription to tl10ff HAZEL GREEN HERALD jp epic a certificate which entitle him participate in 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120718 2222II JiII 57210J decrease 1840II Ir32iJOr 225II lGSJyiSy increase II h 15C10 1888II certificates Secretaries States i showing Combined Official deter entitled to prizes awards within days after the Official is known HAZEL CREEN HERALD pub lish addresses successful Estimators as as announced Statement A Iungs President Central Savings Uink Detroit Michigan I IlOroBy CCVfiiy Tress Publishing Association deposited SI5OOO Central Savings Bank Detroit Mich express purpose paying their Contest on Combined Offi cial Massachusetts for no other pur A7President Central Hank Detroit Michigan IS ONE THE OFFERS MADE i Ky Digests what you eat This preparation the digestants kinds gives Instant allows the vant By thousands dyspeptics cured after failed unequalled troubles It cant holp you good Prcuanxl IrcWiTT IKE HARTFIELD Headquarter Sterling K7I lAXCHHURG Importers Jobbers Goods Notions Fancy Goods manufacture well known BEATSAL1 Overalls orders the and sent and the you will receiv by the LISIII De Mich those the nearest tie for Gov in Mas and determin ed- t We have the of able A who sends Months will win the the the the free send address estimate the the 49 will sends the the States relief many but Coi PRIZES TO BE AWARDED AS FOLLOWS To the nearest correct estimateS6OOOTo the 2nd 21 00ITo the 3rd To the 4th 500 To the 5th 300 To the fith 200 To the 7th l00rTo the 8th 75 To the Uth 50 To the 10th 25 To the next 10 neartstISeach 150 To the next 35 nearest 10 each 850 1ToTo the next 180 nearest each 40T- o the next 200 nearest each 400 To the next 260 nearest each 2GO Total 997 prizes amounting to 812 8OO Addition SpecialPnseiTo tbe person making the nearest correct estimate before July 10th 1100000 To the person making the nearest correct estimate between July 10th and August 10th 70000 To the person making tbe nearest correct estimate between August 10th and September 10th 50000 Total 1000 prizesamounting 1500000 In case of tie two more estima tors are equally correct prizes will be divided equally between themv SUBSCRIPTION BLANK Ncnne TownState illjEstimate THIS OF GREATEST EVER 500000it 1 JUST Address your orders SPENCER COOPER Hazel Green KudolDyspepsia stomachs It ts l everything Is y E O ft Co ChicagoI tbcSOcsUo i I I i c YOU States Prizes t I 3 2 = 4 1 = In to tb t to a or where or F 4 VI rII- t II ri= ldjflL1 t i Jili MO7mfTTt 1011001111111111 The Only High Class Monthly at a Year in 2SctWorld dr JLrtttn Page Foor Column ta tkt Pelt Every pace a Magazine in Itself each department edited b7Of one who know how every number a mine of informa thou and entertainment 0 Copies this paper may fuuud on tile at the office Washington ent G Sieger 918 F Street N washingtoa D C t i CONTAINS THE rOLLOWWO DEPARTMENTS t One Short Story Biographical Tid Site Popular Science Amateur Photography All the Comfort of Home The Family Lawyer Department of Health The Editor Half Holiday The Quiz Club prize qllutloa The Old Cur 10117 Shop Sports Qam i and Pastimes Home Study The Coming Generation n The First Thousand and What to Do With It practical succesa department The Storyor the World When the Days Work la Done r Sajapla Copy for 1111 JUUiif jtaant GOOD TINES Columbus 0jtWho above magazine free for months to now Herald subscribersff of be of our correspond E W department XOTZBISADSYuvlopGET Sai ieprlatdat HKKTTt ttte r t ThoosAilds Have Kidney Trouble fr and Dont Know It t How To Find Out I Fill a bottle or common glass with your Water and let It stand twentyfour hours a sediment or set tling indicates an unhealthy condi tion of the kid neys If It stains your linen It Is evidence cf kidney frequent trouble desiretooII pass It cr pain the back is also I Jconvincingproof that the kidneys and blad derareoutof order What to Do V- il There Is comfort In the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers Swamp Root the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism pain In the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects Inability q to hold water and scalding pain In passing It or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go during the day and to get up many during the night The mild and the oftenII ordinary effect of SwampRoot Is realized It stands the highest for Its won derful cures of the most distressing cases jt If you need a medicine you should have tho best Sold by druggists in 50c andl sizes You may have a sample bottle of this j that discovery tells 1mlwonderful IL both sent i free by mall I taddress Dr Kilmer none SwampRoot Co Binghamton N Y When writing tion reading this generous offer In this menI I He Is In Bad Health Tho friends of Hnnsiii Krled will regret to hear that ho isi n victim consumption Tho Cincinnati Enquirer Oct 10th i II I dont klievo that Judge yII I son Kennedy of our circuit will bo able to make the race for judge at the next election if he is alive 1 1remarked a Cynthiana Ky mat i at tho Gibson for ho is now att Boulder Colorado for his health which I understand does snot imI prove Ho is a very delicate man and threatened with consumption It He was appointed judge by Gov Beckham to fill tho vacancy sioned by tho death of Judge occaI has tilled thebrough and position admirably and our people would t regret to see him rot Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications as they can 1 1notreach the diseased portion of I j the ear There is only one way to I conIstitutionali I the mucous lining of the Eustach ian Tube When this tube gets in i flamed 3 soundror imperfect hearing and when i i tjj i is entirely closed deafness is the i result and unless tho inflam mation can bo taken out and this tube restored to its normal con dition hearing will be destroy- edt forever nine cases outofi j ten are caused by catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed coudii A tion of tho mucous surfaces I We will give 100 for any case r of deafness caused by catarrh tj that can not bo cured by Hulls Catarrh Cure Send for free F J CHENEY tCcircularsII Sold by druggists 75c Halls j Family Pills are tho best nic j v This Is My Last Drink iir Joseph Craig a prominent young man of Montgomery county walk ed into a saloon at Mt Sterling c one tiny last week called for some whisky drew some strichnino tab lets from his pocket which ho put aro and remarking to the I barkeeper This is my lust drink I diedIin ton minutes frames 10x20 forr i Large picture S5y to 125 sold by others for 250 to 300 Small frames endless variety Large inI mirrors French bevel glass i i 325 worth foOO f100 mirrors 2125tworth 300 Other valuable arti k clos at reduced prices I am closing out to quit the business at this willtgot left J T GEVEDOX r KyMcNabb Charged With Murder r H II Jones is in jail at Middles i boro charged with wrecking Train i No 80 and killing Engineer JasI Shumate near Wosioto Ky on the L and N It is said Jones is a discharged brakeman One1llinutosags it has relieved and the lives of their little ones it has saved Strikes at tho root of the trouble and draws out the inflammation The childrens favorite Cough Cure H F PlEKATT The merchants of Louisville who guaranteed the Interstate Fair which closed at that place Satur r day night Oct 5 after running two weeks will bo called upon to i put up all of tho 25000 guarantee faSir showed a big loss i dJ T1Ves BOa Gholsonville Va 7 Onelh4to5 aUsTchonCI i fa athebest froyit IS ti tUUgthroat colds HFPERATT j 1 All For Only S100 For 100 cash in advance you get TilE HERALD for 12 months tho Monthly New York World ajj 32page magazine for 10 months Good Times a department magazine of 10 pages for six month and a guess on tho vote of governor in Ohio Massachusetts and Iowa which may bring you 5000 You have anyhow riftS chances of got ting your money back There aro 200 prizes of 2200 of 1 ISO of- ta lWof 4 1 112of 5 555 ofrlO and 10 of 15 each beside 10 prizes ranging from 25 to 5000 Surely you ought to guess close enough to catch something tf A Miniature Still Thoro is n spring away up in tho mountains of Kentucky Wolfe county remarked Dr Malcolm Dills of Carlisle Ky at tho Emery which if known to toper generally would occasion a mighty pilgrimage in that direction even if they had to walk The water which drips from tho mountainside i I is strongly impregnated sulphate of copper nndu withI for time woulddrinking it a como copperbottomed and lined and could drink with impunity indeed convert his stomach into a miniature still Cincinnati En quirerStepped i Into Live Coals When a child I burned mv foot frightfully writes W HEadsi of Jonosvillr Va which caused horrible leg sores for 150 years hut Bucklers Arnica Salvo wholly cured me after everything eta j failed Infallihle for burns scalds cuts sores bruises and piUs Only 25c per box Sold by J T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs it Sons Campion Confederate Veteran Assc 1The of Kentucky will petition tho next legislature for a 50000I appropriation with which to foun a Confederate Home Lexington is after tho location IKodol Dyspepsia Cure is not a j 1nllrl Iout to tired stature It affords the stomach complete and absolute rest by digesting the you out You dont have to foeii but can enjoy all the good you want Kodol Dyspepsia Sun instantly relieves that distressed feeling after eating giving you I rote life and vigor HFPiEUATT ITunlls C Rogers of Lexington has sold his crack twoyearold colt Heury Zitt by hnp Simon Magus to Saul Hildreth for 3500 Hildrethwill race him Californiall 1 had bong smTered from indi gestion writes G A LoDeisCedar City Mo Like others I tried many preparationsbut never found anything that did mo good until I took Kodol Dyspepaia Cure one bottle cured me A friend who had suffered similarly I put on the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure He is gaining fast and will soon b able to work Before he indigestionhndH F PIEKATT Col K G Buckner has resigned as cashier of the Owensboro National Bank to become president of the Marsden Cellulose Company and will remove to Philadelphia Whats Your Face Worth 1 Sometimes a fortune but never if you have a sallow complexion a jaundiced look moth patches and ofIComploxionOnly Green or S S Combs Sons Campton The guessing contest on the three states Massachusetts Iowa and Ohiocloses in 1C days so hurry up if you want to try your luck WANTEDTrustworthy men and women to travel and advertise for old established house ofsolid finan cial standing Salary 780 a year and expenses all payable in cash No canvassing required Givo refer ences and enclose selfaddressed stampeulenvelopo Address Mana ger 355 Caxton Bldg Chicago tf- r Thomas Webster fell from a train near Crittenden and when picked up was dead WANTED A bright polite boy who can spell read and write to learn the printers trade 12 to 16 years of ago Apply at this office I Charles Anderson was killed atII Ashland by the cog of a gearwheel in the steel plant Blank School Reports for use ofr 1at1 55f 300 100 IOR SALEA scholarship in the KentuckyUniversity at this office some young man can Itave1 ASTHMA CUR r FREE AHLhnttalen 1I1ings xn mail fteuc C tncl- PetnlnnenfiCnr t n 1UI 4rFIa I SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL WRITE YOUR NAMB AND ADUUKSS 1IAIMY tHai tD fOR iW YEARS sell There nothing liko instant relief oven in the worst cures when all else Rev C F MCLLS of Villa Ridge wijs Your trial bottle of Asthma lone in condition I cannot tell you how thankful I fool for the derived Irom it I waca slave chained with throat aid Asthma for 10 years ever I saw for the of this torment ing disease Asthma and you had but re l to Five it trial To my astonishment the trial acted like a Send me a full bottle I 0Rev Dr Morris Itabhi the Cong llnni Israel Niv Dus TAFT Uitoy Co Gentlemen Your Vsthmalene is an ex cellent remedy for Asthma Hay and alleviates troubles which combine with Asthma Its is and wonderful After having It carefully analjcd we can slate that Attlunuleno contains no opium morphine chloroform or ether Very truly yours REV DU o AVON SritiNCri N Y February 1 I1MI1 DR TAFT Rues MEDICINE Co Gentlemen I write this testimonial from sense of duty having tested tilt I wonderful effect of your Asthmalene for the euro of Asthma My wife has been alllictod with asthma for the past years Having own skill SA as many others to see your sign upon your wiiidowon liMUh street New York I at once obtained a bottle of Aslhmalcne My wife commenced taking it about the first of November I very soon noticed radical After cing OIl bottle the Atlura has disappearedtool she is entirely free from symptoms I feel that I the medicine to who art this distressing disease Yours O 1D Ill ELIS M D o DK TAFT Items Mriv 0Fl1lf1mry 5 Imi j Gentlemen I was troubled with Asthma for 22 years I have tried numerous remedies but they have failed I ran across and started with a trial bottle 1 found relief at once I have since purchased your fullMzc bottle 111111I am ever grateful 1 taco family of four children and for sixi years was unable to work I am now in the best of health rid am doing business every day This testimony you can make such UMJ of as you see tit Hume address 235 Uivington street S 1KAIIIAKL iii tent l2Hii street New York City t cats Absol iy Itce on Keceipt of 311DICiNdE COMPANY RY LL nnUGGISTSII r IIIaiIs 0ran ttw rest r l JIfC I i I I 8 t 7 p IN Iiav and Old Rye or IBourbon 1I yoars od per gallon t 00 Old Rye or Bourbon G years old per gallon o iy llaguns Old Rye or Bourbon 7 years old per gallon 275 c Riugula Old Rye or Bourbon S years old per gallon tOO S udr b Ii LG Z Zi7ILJ E IN a We will send 4 full of Hawaiis Ryo or Bourbon 10 year packed in plain case no with corkscrew and etched glass express charges prepaid We do not prepay express charges on whiskey under 3 per gallon I I SPECIAL PRICE quoto the Brands of whiskies bottled and cased by Stoll Co Ky Old Elk 4s 12 bottles per case 1200 Old Elk 4s G GOO Bond it Lillard 4s 12 bottles per case 1200 Bond it Lillard 4s G GOO Bond tt Lillard js 12 1100 Bond it Lillard 5s G U 550 Old Tarr 5c 12 bottles per case 1000 G bottles per case 500 Ashland os 12 bottle per case 1000 G bottles per case 500 Old Elk is in bond and also free tho other whiskies are bottled free only You run risk whatever your order Wo every we make to be exactly as If goods are not ontirely ship them back and mono will be refunded We do not ship goods C 0 D Please mate all to The Hagan Tho City National Bank or Stoll it Co I largest distiller in I IiIi THE Co KY S l I will my farm of 159 Consisting of about 80 acres of cleared more than half of which is in grass and the rest in good oak timber with one Good Frame House- of four rooms anti a good drilled well tf failing water and outhouses cribs stables also two tenant houses is a Fine Vein of tho BEST COAL from which several thousand bushels are sold each year The farm is one and one half miles from Hazel Green A good bargain can be made by applying in per on or writing to Wu H CoRD Hazel Green Ky i is ASTHMAIEXK It brings cases It III received good good putrid sore despaired of being cured your advertisement cure thought overspoken yourselves ole a charm izeIt of I Yom January 31901 Mii irxi and Fever its composition all success astonishing MOIWIS WECIISLFlt a spasmodic 1 well chanced a improvement all can all aliictedwith respectfully all your advertisement TLil Bottle t1tc IfontsvU SOLD Whskr Y DIHECT FROM DISTILLERY TO CONSUMER S T LCeLaCCWHISKEY LLLLLrLLY2 JUGS llaguns IZZKCKZL WHISKEY CASES quarts 11000emarks RVpunELIsTWe following it Lexington bottled no iusondugus guarantee shipment represented satisfactory your remittances payable Distilling Company References Lexington StatoIiAddress HAGAN DliILLING LEXINGTON A Farm tor Sale ACRES Dwelling failsThe Wechsler exhaustedmy Windttfitr1JmVt WIXCHESTKK KY H D WITUERSPOOX President It D HUNTEU Cashier Paid up Capital 10000000 Surplus 2000000 Handsome deposit of 40421648 This Bank solicit the accounts of mer chants farmers trailers and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and otTers its customers every facility and ojlegitimate I Cs A LYNCH REPRESENTING ABNER BARNES SCO Wholesale Dry Goods Notions CHARLESTON W VA Solicits a share of your patronage anti asks you to hold an order for him po v KEEP COW Ladies of Wolfe County 2000 Pairs Boys Linen Pants Worth 25 Cents a Pair at j I OC tt rtlIgfif f 400 Men9s Linen Suits atI1Pjar 250 Beautiful Flannelette- Coats and Pants for Men at i Q o- Y I j WORTH X500 11 These Suits Styles thBelte jI LOUIS J1ND GUS STRAUS Ii LEXINGTON KY I State College of Kentucky TIlt Agricultural ami Meelianicn State College of Kentucky iiiFirs the jiliwii txurO of study viz i t NormalSoliMil1 ScgjvcINiKtfacultyThel County Appointees receive tuition roiiin rent in ilorniitories expeiesrimeand modern l Legislature I 30000 fur a college home for young iwnnuro and a drill hall rid gymnasium hay been provided fur men byCongreGraduates from the everal courses of study readily find excellent JK M lions awl liberal reiiinneratiuii The demand ia largely in excess of the ability of the colii pe to supply I1J st ytjir the matriciilitiou list was lilJ Fur catalogue method of obtaininc appointments information garding i courses of study and terms of ndinirion apply to JAMES K PATTERSON Ph D LL D President Or to Prot D C FRAZEF Business Manager Lexington Ky- dFallr Term jeins September ICth 1001 W R CRAWFORD tv CO Live Stock Commission MerchantFOR TIlE SALE OF j Cattle I isheep i Cincinnati Union Stock ALSO Yards CINCINNATI 0III Bourbon Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY l a ConsignmentsolicitedI RTA DAYf DUH- li7 ES E- G OC S91- V1AIT ST ETLEXBNCITON KY o fi The patronngo of mountain merchants is respectfully solic sited and all orders will have prompt atttntion 4 JaT DAY DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISEi HAZEL GREEN KY lias in stock a magnificent stock of tPTO DATE GOODS in every lino and Is freshening up every week Mr McLin is now in the citie = largeralillRimy house in Eastern Try us mIl you will bo convinced that wo un derbuy because you will know we undersell HUGHES IAJATVItlK CHill TONIC Better than Cnloiurlnml Quinine Contriiu no Arsenic Till 011 HKMAItLli TIM1JSavesearly neanaMalarial tilttliverE OELLEM GmNE AL vomoi2 2IAs well as1 Sure Cure fur Chills and Justwhattme NEVER KAIKS TonicGaarnrtcclnod 81 liuttlos SUCCESSWORTH KNOWING Forty years succcts in the South proves iJushesTonica great edyfur Chills all malarial remI Latest Ilprpriatll Kentucky 0 1c OF ft CORD 33 Basal Green Ky co f j iP r taken in SpringFall t i I I IV s oc I I I IKKIAKKIJ COINCOIirOKATKU LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 1 ItJ EVERY DESCRIPTION i mO 0 1T ru tG NEATLY CHEAPLY AND PUmlPTLYEXECUTEDATtTHIS OFFICE AND SATIHAlJlJl GUARIEED JXALL CASESt Silver wuanaotte Eggs have WyandotteEggs These Are Thoroughbred THOROUGHRED nolongersrocsFretROBERT II- YROSINSONPETTET QOOOOOooOOOOOOOOOooooooooo g EVERY T ATI orod TICER + PANTS 8 I 0Iio 5STACi S Are Keller Goods Better Made and 0t OtherSFor i 8 o DayIHAZEL GREEN KY X i yf REGAIN YOUR HEALTH WITH 1 It xoyaooahoooooooc tJViT I L HUhUU iORE AUu I rooooo0 w fiATURES DOCTOR FOR MANKIND i W IT CURES Rheumatism Diptheria La Crippe Brights Disease Blood Poisoning Liver andIKidney Troubles Female Complaint Catarrh and General Debility IT CURESWHEN ALL ELSE FAILS I11 j RDAD WELLjKfOWN 1 1I1 you in the latter part of farch apaJj after taking about a halfpint of ShA VitaOre Elixer my nerves were as steady- as when I was 16 years of age and I am now past 75 For more than a year I 3 had been trying all the patent mecjjcines 1and nostrums I could hear of to build myself up but nothing did me any good i until I used Vilm Ore which my wife brought me from your house After i using it a week I wont out and did three a days as hard work as I have done in 25 years and Ins not more fatigued than I was 25 years ago over the same work It 13 the grandest medicine in the world and I want everybody in the mountains to know what it did for me so they may try it Hoping every one who has that tired feeling incident to old age will buy Vita 0re of you and rive jt a fair trim I remain thankfully youra for putting on to this remedy JAMES LACY I can vouch for every word Mr Lacy says in the above I am his wife sad bought the medicine of Mr Cooper for him though I did not have much faith in it became we had tried so many things that did no good I have alsor Itbetteryears attribute to its use MRS SOUTHEY LACY Lacy Creek Ky June 1 1901 i i 3Vhn Ore is I a package whichw makes 1 quart of Elixer Dose One y teaspoonful in glass of water Mailed to any address on receipt of price Address SPENCER COOPER HAZEL GREEN KY