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P A ADVERTISING RATES I Column I year I J 00 0 15e 1 year IT CO- i4 iii 11a Inches 1 1 year year I 1 Inch 1 year lriclIIAnnouncements State and i i 1000 County officers officers 300 rails on dates or political writeups Sie rObitutirirs Tributes Ac tineII copyr i THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD==Established March 4 1885 Made Famous In the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell 2SJ SEVENTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER SI 1901 NUMBER 10 I IOvucr SPKXCKIl CHHItnThe Oldestt Mostt PopularI Mostt WidelyI CirculatedI t d andd Mostt QQuotedt d Paper In the Kentuckyt ky MountainsAlwat PER r In YEAR AdTitne I CASTORIA For Infants and Children I The Kind You Nave Always Bought Bears the- Signature of i P I In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASIORIA i TMC ceNTAU CO ANY New YO CITt A BUSINESS TRAINING fI YT THE LEXINGTON i BUSINESS 4 COLLEGE i Gives capitalized results I by preparing for Business Lift and Insuring Employment to the ambitious and worthy sico invested in this school has been the means of help ing thousands to positions of honor and trust WHY NOT YOU- GETTING A START in the world is everything WE START YOU WITH A CASH CAPITAL i a Business Education is necessary without it such a training is indispensable OUR CATALOGUE outlining our several courses and circulars showing you what others ire dOng and how YOU can do likewise should be in your hands A postal will bring itIF YOUR MEANSare lim ited ask for Special Circu lar A telling you how you can be instructed at homeiijPREPARE for Civil fceiwce positions under Government Selections prepare public school teach ers to teach our Branches in other Business Collegesand prepare Stenogra phers and Bookkeepers for the best positions with the best Business Firms FREE First Lessons in Shorthand wth Complete Instructions for the begin ner mailed free on application EARN A SCHOLARSHIP FREE by working for us at your home during spare hours Circular B explains WRITE TODAY naming Course desired IN WRITING be sure to state you saw our ad in THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD Address BENJAMIN B JONES President LEXINGTON KY IlldustrlaIk Mutual n D it CCo OF LEXINGTON KY INCORPORATED InvestmentkTher y Field in Kentucky a i NEW AND APPRONED CONTRACT JUST ISSUED Pays 40 per cent oer annum on All Money Invested 1 Redeems all Contracts in 156 Weeks 00THItEEi PASSED TO TIlE RESERVE finn7 OVER H 73 1 AND TIlE SURPLUS FUND JEIts patrons aro among tho leading business non and womon in all the different callings of life t Keops its promises to tho letter Run by men of business standing and capacity Address 77 East Short Lexington Ky f J H BAKER Secretary and Manager I fJ F SADLER ColEstablished in lees COMMISSION MERCHANTS FOR TilE SALE OF Ca1IIoNogsSeepand Union Stock YardsTCittCINNATI o Long IMitnnce Telephone WEST lot guaranteedir li get your PM at THE PBID inn f t 4 A iii ary- t IN COUNTRY LANES I 0 country lanes whiteMarred with bloom Where wild tSilrjs nestle thy and sweet j laughAndt ItnriytrdwrawtthyouLetting bIOf rocking nest nod Brooding skyl How often In the crowded street I dream of you sweet country lane And feel once more your soft breeze soothe bralnlAlways goldII catch the cent of liarstirred moldI Your grasses kiss my fevered cheek rainIThat Heaven bides here O aower starred lane- Florenrl A Jones In Chicago Advance Unc Shucks and ethe Witches = Bj Eo Eo Garnett PEOPLE are so tired of charity I and teas and bores Uhri1OIlsI each other Mae insisted Let Mrs Ilrclle to suggest Ik lISII pretty widow was in a with Barnes in chntting distance on the piazza steps and All did not welcome interruption Will you called Joe upon her si lence Will I what pouting Help us to help Unc Shucks And who unly half hiding a yawn iis he lie iis old and poor and blind ex plained Mae making her climax with a must sweet compassion tail black add d1 practical Louise as the ace of spades The pretty widow looked bewitchingly reproachful No country poor house she murmured A rather chilled silence fell upon the piazza group Maes sensitive face flushed Harnci went up the steps her side toI PAN AMEREICAfsTEXPOSrnON We cannot spare old Shucks to go therehe said and enviously watched a fleck of moonlight bending to the ripples of her hair Thank youshy sweet eyes raised for an instant to hisand will you help He wanted to tell her that he would beg dig burndo any outlandish dangerous deed she willed but the words halted lie only got a bit red and nodded Oh if hes a pet said Mrs Brelle sulkilywed best take up a collec tionthat is the shortest way out of such annoyances Hes in the turn of the road go ing out to the golf links Louise put in reflectively she was housekeeper and found provisions an easier meth of charity than cash When we go by for the big game next Tuesday we might give him a donation party There was a murmur of applause to which Mrs Urclle added a soft handclnpping The act displayed both hands and rings and she smiled with pleasure over them erywehh she assented gracious ly Ill send a barrel of flour Mae threw a grateful kiss from finger tips but the widow was Ing to Barnes and missed it herI Good nights were beginning ting from her hammock the pretty widow gave a little start of alarm such a shrill weird call hall rungout of the grove Whowho Screech owl announced Joe And Barnes added in appropriately sepul chral tones the old saw When n screech owl calls witches answer- I hope he isnt calling his witches said Mae to Unc Shucks donation Theyre worse than witches laughed Joe who have that business in hand Just dont let them forget tobacco and Unc Shucks luck is secure Ihe has tobacco So like Mae said Louise to take tobacco first Well a pipe Joe protested grave ly puts heart into a man And next in value suggested Barnes shall we sprinkle him with a little silver Dont tell me any more cried Mae Im too happy The pretty widow was coming up the steps and noted the girls face and how Barnes sought the light of it She followed to Macs door Can I come in dear for a min uteMae drew up a cozy chair and waited absently beside it tier eyes were still radiant a dreamy look in them happy and shy The tone of Barnes voice lingered with her and the look that said good night Hard to strike- S such n face frightened mid white but the pretty widow smiled and corn passed it You must forgive me love for hinting that your impulsive ways are liable to be misinterpreted I beg pardon growing attentive with a start What did you say Mr Barnes is a man of the world gently accustomed to a flirtation as to his wine at dinner 11IWait with unexpected dignity I do not care to hear you speak of Mr Barnes Hut of meyou were saying something of mcV Well rising with an angry flush you are refusing a kindness One would think that you meanthe vfay lookyou The way T look My dear child over a shoulder as she went to the door you look up atI him as if you were kneeling before a shrineIn those next days Barnes could not gue what the trouble washowI should hebut he was quick ize that Mae ehunnrd him and when she could not was nervous and dumb and pale Meeting her one morning in the shady lane that led toward the links the look on tier face grew suddenly unendurable to him Mae he cried what have I done Are you olTcnded with meV No cried Mae startled and miserable No of course not Then why do you treat me like this This faltered Mre then looking at him she suddenly flush d and with tears springing hurriedi WRY Passing on puzzled distressed around a clump of he came nnl1 upon the pretty she hud heardI sorry she said oh I wish I could help Then hesitatingly Perhaps it would be best to tell you To tell me what sternly Joe is jealous of you see Joe Joe You never guessed Why it IB an old affair since school days and pina fores Joel He has been scolding the poor child I suppose and she is afraid to be seen with you or perhaps gen tIshe doesnt want to hurt you JoeI so sorry holding out a plump soft little hand so sorry nut poor Barnes could only say Joe The idea at first incredible under the bits of evidence that be gnu to come in grew past doubt Ily the time he had renchril home n mountain of proof was throbbing in his brain He called himself n bat and hourly accumulated misery Treachery deliberate falsehood never occurred to him A perfect day dawned for the golf piny Old Shucks sat out on his door stone and gave smiles and blessings and smoked his pipe while the gay groups came with their bundles and greetings The old man listened keen ly with head bent identifying step or voice and giving a jolly comment or grunt all to himself as they passed on to their game Dat ar stumble blong ter Marse Joe never could lift his feet dot boy Murse Barnes ain like hlsself Mighty down in do mouf fcr tarsI Barnes Dnrs de HI widder Um step like a cat Um Miss Louise bossin de earth La don I know Miss Louise En Miss Sue trottin long bhind totin de leftovers Whnrs Miss Mae suddenly loud er Is I wine miss dat chile Whars HI Miss Mae Here Unc Shucks Somebody throwing bricks at yo honey You walk like yo steppin on yo heartShe quite happy Shucks said Barnes voice beside them but she is afraid of hurting some one it she shows it- Shucks turned his sightless eyes anxiously from one to the other Ie truf hell chile better hurt em den fash em What yo happy bout honey II dont know faltered Mne Um What she happy bout Marse BarnesIt her secretand Joes The old man leaned eagerly to catch her reply but Macs pretty hoed woe tilted in indignant silence Marse Barnes turning a broad smile on him if yo an Miss Mae was to go ter de spring an fetch me a drink Id be mighty thankful dat I would- I must speak to you Barnes said as the girl would have turned away from him Let me at least have your forgiveness So they went together down the pretty hill path under the elm and hawthorn and wind ing through witch hazel to the old i c n spring lTm grunted Shucks and filled his pipe the smile still broad on his facePresently the pretty widow came toI himHave nnXjiouslBarnesMnrse Barnes gone on ter de links shamelessly with Miss Sue marm Yes magma Hut he shook his grizzled head as she hurried away Oat how de cat jump he mumbled Cm Old Shucks gwine feel a pain in his conscience bout dat fulsifyin an tint barrel o fine Hour utnuhwho dar Marse Joe Yo late at de links sar I am not going to the links Unc Shucks I am hanging about with my gun Miss Mae is anxiou shout your chickens she says a screech owl gets one everynight Ant he does dat he does indig nantly an I makes no doubt hes nappin up one oh dem trees din minute dreainin bout supper time hut sotto Voce yo wastin shot thin fer I Miss Mat chile yo shortly is Joe all unconscious of this went peering keenly along the edge of the wood and the old man listened his mind divided between chuckles for the spring and consciencestricken grunts for the wood Ah here he is came triumphantly at last lilt im fore he holler Morse Joe Shucks advised eagerly De aint no luck in his screech So Joe took the owl silent and secured happy fortune to the donation party at least that was the old mans verdict but he shook his head du biuuslywhen he considered Joes hhiirr of it Hut de1 biggest sort er luck he grunted philospohically bleeged ter end somewhar Springfield lie publican Tot Causes Night Alarm Ono night my brothers baby was taken with Croup writes Mrs J C Snyder of Crittendon ll- it Ky scorned it would strangle before w could got a doctor so wo gave it Dr Kings Now Discovery which gave quick relief and jiunnanent ly cured it Wo always keep it in the house to protect our children from Croup and Whooping Cough It cured me of chronic bronchial trouble that no other remedy would relievo Infallible for coughs colds throatand lung troubles 50s and if 100 Trial bottles froo at J Taylor Day Hazel Greon and S S Combs it Sons Campton drug stores CYCLING ROUTES Wilt All Lend t o Ilnffnlo Next Sum mer Tor the accommodation of tho large number of cyclists who contemplate touring awheel to Buffalo and the Pan American Exposition and Niagara Falls next summer a series of trunk line cycling routes Is being compiled They will probably tic ns follows 1 Now York and Albany to Buffalo via the Hudson River the valley of the Mohawk and the cycle paths of Central and Western New York 2 New York to Buffalo via the Del aware Water Gap Scranton Eltnlra Corning and the cycle paths of the Southern tier of counties 3 Boston and New England points to Buffalo connecting with Route No 1 at Albany 4 Boston and New England points to Buffalo via Providence New London steamboat to Grccnport Long Island cycle paths of Suffolk County to Brooklyn connecting with Route No 1 or 2 at New York 5 Washington Baltimore and Phila delphia to Buffalo connecting with Route No 2 at the Delaware Water Gap or Scranton a St Louis and Chicago to Buffalo via Toledo Cleveland and Erie The road from Eric to Buffalo along the south shore of Lake Erie through the Grape belt has been called the finest 100 mile straightaway In America 7 Chicago and Milwaukee to Buffalo via stcamtoat across Lake Michigan to Grand Haven Detroit through Can ada Niagara Falls S Cincinnati to Buffalo connecting with Route No C at Cleveland W SHELDON DULL 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 ho 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 now man This marvelous medicine 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 Sons Campton drugstores Union County Farmer Bankrupt George Franklin Powellof Union county filed a petition in bank ruptcy at Owonsboro His liabil ities are 31319 and his assets 19105 He owes Sylvester Piko of Uniontown 20140 Of his dobts 21425 is secured Powell owns land worth 14915 and farm ing implements valued at 3742 He is ono of tho largest farmers j of Union county IWorked Both States tt was arrested at Owensboro on Tuesday night last week by the shorifiof Allen county on indictments charging him with selling whisky without license and taken to Scottsvillo tho county seat of Allen county Tho sheriff says that Garrott lives on tho line between Kentucky and Tennessee and sold whisky in both states When ono set of officers would got after him ho would cross the lino into the other state Ho is an old man and a cripple WANTED Trustworthy men and women to travel and advertise for old ostablishedhouseof solid finan cial standing Salary 780 a year and expenses all payable in cash No canvassing required Give references and enclose selfaddressee stamped envelope Address Mane gor y55 Caxton Bldg Chicago tf Brother Frustrates Elopement Clay SWilliams a young lawyer of Scottsvillo and Miss Vordie Slato a Hchool girl attompted to elope to Tennessee ono day last week They had not gone far however when they were ovortaken by Emerson Slato a brother of the girl who was armed with a shot gun Miss Slate returned with her brother without objection Do you suffer from piles If so do not turn to surgery for relief DoWitts Witch have Salve will act more quickly surely and safe ly saving you tho expense and danger of au operation H F PIEUATT Edwin A Abbeys Latest Painting Edwin A Abbeys cover design for The Ladies Homo Journal is finished and the painting from which tho reproduction will be made has arrived in this country It is ono of tho few pieces of work Mr Abbey liar done recently Mr Abbey it may he remembered has been selected by King Edward VII to paint tho court picture of the coronation DeWitts Little Early Risers never disappoint They are safe prompt gentle effective in remov ing all impurities from the liver nod bowels Small and easy to take Never gripe or distress II F PIERATT Sent to Pen for Life Tom Brown the 16yearold boy who killed Mrs Maggie Nealman at Lily about a month ago was tried in Laurel circut court last week and sentenced to the peni tontiary for life Mrs Lizzie Stringer sister of Brown indicted as accessory will bo tried at tho February torn Liberal With Money THE CINCINNATI WEEKLY EN QUIIIEK is offering 56000 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 The new Leg islaturo will choose a United States Senator to succeed Senator For akor THE ENQUIRER also offers 50 eachweek for the largest club of guesses received during that week This is an excellent chance for ob taining money easy Arkansas Fugitive Arrested Alex Johnson wanted in Arkan sas for grand larceny was arrested at London last week by Sheriff McIIarguo and is in jail awaiting time arrival of tho Arkansas author itiesTtta HEKALD for 12 months and 5000 for 100 is a great big bargain awaiting tho man who can figure tho total voto of Ohio Mas lachusetts and Iowa See Try particularsC Alexander sr of Paris sold Saturday week to Schwartzchild julzborger 300 fine export cattle for tho English market Tho price received aggregated about 00 000 Mothors every where praise One Minute Cough Cure for tho suffer ings it has relieved and the lives iof their little ones it has saved Strikes at tho root of tho trouble and draws out tho inflammation Tho childrens favori to Cough Cure H F PIERATT Whoa you have head ache or byISJi Y I i I SUBSCRIPTIQN RATES if 1 One year in adtance100S- ix DlonthsU 55 Three months 30 Single copyU 00 The date after your name indicates time you are paid to You should renew 10 days before time is out and always give postofce county andsI state changedRemittances when renewing or to have your I YII COUNTY + DIRECTORY + CIRCUIT COURT Third Monday in January Fourth j Monday in April and Third Monday in September DAVID B REDWING Judge AttorneyJC C HANKS Trustee Jury Fund 0COUNTY COURT First Monday in each month JudgeWA T Co lima Sheriff AttornyIRAACGEO W SAILEY Assessor SurveyorFRANK 0MAGISTRATES COURTS TIME OK HOLDING AND OFFICIALS 8I1oclayMagistrate court SECOND DISTRICT JOHN D ROSE JR Magistrate S N NORMAN Con stable Court days First Thursday in February May August and November llngiatrate FtbruaryMayFOURTH DisrrIerIt R LIXUI Magistrate WM SPENCER Countable Court days First Friday in March June September and December FIFTH If SIXTIIJ N CHAMBERS Magistrate in both districts DAVID BANKS Constable Court days Third Friday in February May August and November SEVENTH DISTRICT B F DorIs Magistrate PORTER CLARK Constable t Court days First Saturday in March A June September and December EIGHTH DISTRICT GKOKMK OLIVER Magistrate No constable aid no set time for holding court Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table In Effect Oct 20 1901 EAST BOUND fI I No 2 Ii NoI STATIONS I Suudny1lSuuduy l MLveAMLre Lexington2 10 pm 7 10 am Winchester 2 55 pni 8 25 am L KJmicnj 3 07 jiin 8 37 ani Clay City 3 40 pro 9 13 am 3 Stantou 3 51 pm 9I 23 am Nat Bridge 4 20 pm J 54 am Torrent 4 34 pm 10 08 Beattyve Jc 4 56 29 amII Jackson G 00 ipmlll 30 WEST BOUND iSTATIONSSunday Sunday himBeattyveI pmTorrentpmNatDridge t pmStantonpmClaypmLEJuncnpmWlncbelerpmLexinglou10 MliaagerCRASSCOTT T K MORGAN S P A LOUISVILLE TIN AND STOVE COMPANY Jobbers and Dealers i- nSTOZIE SJapaned and Tinware c LOUISVILLE KY DILLER BENNETT I WHOLESALE FURNITUREThe Largest Exclusive 527 W Main St Wholesale Furniture Dealer in the South LouIsville Ky J L UtitKlHtU ftManufacturers and Jobbers of Sc MENS BOYSClOTHINCI I 607 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY REH BEVERSON CO WH01I8AI SA9LJRYit508512 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY If OAVEATTRADE MARK COPYRIOHT AND DEIdMS- eadxouvtrod I lsave time Costa legsbosetter earvie Is r i- aesdlreottoWgtlfrgto U1iMt rtnucaAL eiYareNAClVALIXnaIIIIOL 3tawtt ttanln r Mtt free =snoM tungh a e NpD tr I zttiurge Y M IN ENTIVE ftCE E IIICOrEIS 40titsWaNlN9TON 60 le A trtJ frPHEfi HERALD I SPRICRR COOPER Edltot I1t HAZEL GREEN KYITHURSDAY October31 1901 t t I +Announ emenT + rer Assessor We are authorized to announce ELIJAH i nOSE of Stillwater as a candidate for the willVItiofthe people as expressed at the polls on Tuesday November 5 1001 4 DEMOCRATIC TICKET 0- o For State Senator 34th District CD SUDLETT of Magoffin County For Representative 91 at Districti JESSE P MORUIS r c of Morgan County THE COUNTY TICKETI I t For Judge W CONGLETOX For AttorneyC C FULKS For ClerkW S TUTT For SheriffT F STAMPER For Supt Schools J W TAULBEE For Jailer J B LITTLE For AssessorS N HOBBS For CoronerFRANK SAMPLES IQrElection Tuesday Nov 5 1901 GEORGE HAULSEY who is the republican candidate for county judge claims that he is not partisan in politics but four years ago he tried to dis franchise all the voters of our county by haying the vote of the county throwed out on the plea that the ballots were tissue r That he failed was not t hi ihatcons tutes partisanship if an act of that kind does not Violent and passionate devotion to a party is defined as the mean ing of partisan and surely 1he was both violent and Passio- eat- i even to conceive the iidea of disfranchising his neigh bors to saynothing of trying e + to carry it out Is it safe to put a man in ogee who is so rabid that he would rob his neighbor of his franchise It t is for you to answer the question and next Tuesday is the I time to do it Jonx D ROSE is the nominee of the democratic part k for magistrate in this district fir and is the present incumbent He points with pride to his past official record and thin i it is prima facie evidence off s his future career if again bonI oredwith election He says he has always been painstak ing in affairs of the people 1 and taking a retrospective r view can see no place where he has been remiss in duty He solicits the suffrage of hisII constituents to help him re tain the office now that has become proficient in iit Yand promises in that event to render entire satisfaction THE affidavits which appear 4 in our paper today come u der the head of paid matter 1T and as such are publishedp f newspaper published t whole people must needs pu S lish what is demanded so long as it comports with our con j r ditions 4 fiit I t 2 p rJ1IlalevNPi1l11cH Jfpney refunded if it epee fail i tY j J NY 4 DEMOCRATS this is the last appealwe can make you and we want to say Dont go aft er strange gods stick to your puncheon To influence youSp the republicans will any promise The devil ever on hand to turn you from the of righteous way has his follow ers in the republican reeks and they are full of flattery toa your face while behind your back they will laugh in their alrtyour 1trowa vided they succeed in gulling you Dont be deceived DONT allow your devotion to the county democrats to dis tract your mind from our state senator and representative A United States senator is to be elected and our failure to send Sublett and Morris or either of them to Frankfort might Il doresultor some republican not even so I good to that august body For the honor of Kentucky dem ocrat should be returned Xow that the county is in aii healthy financial condition i itII is the purpose of the republicans j to elect the county judg- and claim the credit Demo critic officials have made this ourlidutyI vit111UCTH is prccincthas heretofore been the banner precinct of the h county and we hope to see iiteI maintain its prestige on Tue day next It will never do tplower our colors to any rival1l iJ precinct But we must poll1l every democrat to do itIELECTIONS will be held iinIII eight or nine states next Tues day but even in these the seems to be little or no inter est in the campaign This is certainly an oil year in every respect THE democratic nominees remember will address voters of Hazel Green precinct hereon Saturday at 1 oclockl 1la preIIcinctthem VOTE the democratic tickett and inherit happiness is goodl advice that you should heedI SHOTSitMfa John LeT fags of Paris Ill has returued from n two weeks visit to Ezol and Mt Sterling o 0 Mrs Elizabeth Turner visit l JD S Godsey at Mt Repose Ohio near Cincinnati last week 0 Oliver Bower is sick at Indian apolis of typhoid fever and has ibeen laid up for several weeks o o o Frank Trimble of Memphis has beeni in Iowa for a few days in the immigratiatyi nt o o W S OHair has bought and sold over 300 mules per month for the past five months His stables t i kstlop head and his business extends over several states i o One of your corrospoudauts wishes to know why Czolgosz was I not allowed to plead quilty to the TIe0 ilaw of New York does not allow a iplea of guilty entered to a charge of murder or other capital offence The case must bo tried by a jury SheC M Phelps Forestdale Vt says his child was completely cured of a bad case of exzema by the use of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo Beware of all counterfeits It in stantly relieves piles PIERATTnA short time since we noted the act that our town authorities had assed an ordinance to replace t hooden bridges with stone culverts ftbt i for some reason the work was de i preparaIionsi ser culvertsr r a DANIEL PELFRY OF CAMPION Calls Our Correspondent at That I i Place to Account and In Behalf An Explaination OurII CAMPTOX Ky Oct 28 1901 pazelh l j gut noticed in THE HEKATD last week from this place an article signed GooGoo Eyes stating that I secured marriage license I sped away into the country to claim my bride but when I arrived at my destination sho hadl eady married soother follow I nt to say in reply that a blacker Ho never appeared in print and I if nil liars are to have their part in tho regions whore thoro is no snow to shovel tho writer of said article will surely stand splendod ii1 chance of going there Everybody in this community knows it to a lie but people away from ho would tako it to bo true and I dont like to have my reputation dragged in the mire and scattered broadcast across the continent l nt want my motherless children to be disgraced by my name ha ing boon connected as it was The man who wrote said article is afraid to come to my face and own it but like the coward that he is ho sneaks away and hides his face in shame as ho walks the streets can not look an honest algae inIhe face tle non do plume of GooGoo Eyes I your own mother was dead would you like for some lowdown deI bussed wretch to associate your fathers name with the low and le Y If you hero tho least spark ofmanhood in your makeup y would not but I am made to be lievo you are undeserving tit b called man publicatioiswill injure the reputation of yo aper The people over here in general condemn such publica tions of course I do not blame you but I call upon your corre spondent for an explanation in HERALDi I have lived among the good people Iream proud that I was born and reared amid the vine clad hills and sing- ingi streams of old Wolfe I have always tried to live an honorable upright life have always treated everybody right and did not know that I had an enemy in tho veer 1 and I hope that the good people of Wolfe county among whom I have believenme guilty of what that wretchsaid I was Among these beautiful hills I was born andamong them I 1 hope to be buried when my time on sott years to come the ttraveler as ho passes by my grave 1can say There lies an honest man Respectfully DANIEL PELFREY Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is not a more stimulant to tired nature It affords the stomach complete andI absolute rest by digesting the food did3t good ad you want Kodol Dyspepsia Cure iinstantly relieves that distressed feeling after eating giving y now life and vigor IIFPiEKArr Two of a Kind lWl 5 The affiant D D Landsaw ea that he is informed that certain persons are circulating throughout this county that he voted for the negro Asberry for Register of the Land Office Ho says that he did not vote for said Asberry and that he person who started this scan dalous falsehood done it with the purpose of defeating him for eh iff D D LANDSAW Sworn to before me Justice of the Pence for Wolfe county this Oct 28 1901 J N CHAMBERS J P W C lWOItEl J The affiant A C Kash says that he was present at an election when Cecil and Asberry opposing candidates for the office of Register of Land Office and saw and heard D D Landsaw vote at said election and that said D D La saw did not vote for Aebe against Cecil- Signed A C KASH Sworn to by A C Kash before uio this Oct 28 1901 heJ N CHAMBERS J P W C WANTED Trustworthy men and women to travel and advertise for old established house ofsolid financial standing Salary 780 a year and expenses all payable in cash No canvassing required Givorefer sates and enclose selfaddressed stamped envelope Address Mana I 355 Caxton Bldg Chicago c I 4- Fb CZOLGOSZ uT TO DEATH I AND HIS BODY DESTROYED I He Died Unrepentant Proud of His Deed Cursing Religionii Details of Electrocution Associated Ire s rAruASY X Y Oct 20 Just1 o3 days from the com mission of his crime and 45 daysl from the death of his vie tim Leon F Czolgosz paid the penalty imposed bylaw TuesdayCOmorning a current l700Aoltsj strong was sent through his Ibody At 715 the deadly cur jrent was turned offand at 717 pronouncedvI dead He died as he had Ilived since his awful deed sullen unrepentant U I am not sorry for my crime was his last reference j to the treacherous shot which nationsfchief executive Damn the priests damn religion were his final ansi wers to the inquiry whether1 utothe church and in death the- o comfort of religion there1ri carboyof acid was poured over them a grave in the prison cemeterv was closed over theta and guards took up positions around the freshturned clay and ere midnight only dust remained of what was mortal1 of President Mclvinleys mur deter I IVhcn told that he could not talk to a crowd he said that he allldElectricity tilled him and1 the acid etc up the body Electric Belt on Trial To introduce it and obtain agents the undersigned firm willsend few of their Electric Belts on trialI on tho following terms 100 to bo paid in ten days if tho Belt proves beneficial and the butane 1200 to be paid in sixty days iif the Belt erects a cure These Belts are a positive cure for Rheumatism Neuralgia Kidney trouble t Stomach and Liver trouble AstL ma etc Address at onco GERMAN ELECTKIO AGENCY tf PO Box 1NetvYurkNY Mrs Mallio French loft on Wednesday morning for Now Bedford Illinois whore her husband acceptedou aj call for tho ensuing year Accompanied by her mother Mrs James and her sister Mrs John II Rose she paid TilE HERALD a call Tuesday and paid 100 to have it calls 1 upon her every week for a year to come and she says sho never tires of its talk FOR SALEA scholarship in the Commercial College of Kentucky University By early application at this oflico some young man can save several dollars tf erDont forgot that on Saturday Josh DeBusk will have his sale and rare bargains may be htftl if you attend Blank School Reports for use of teachers of public schools for sale at this office 100 50 cents 2CO 51 300 100 A meeting under the auspices of Revs Jim Tom Pieratt and Johns Adams will begin at Maytowu Friday night to continue over Sunday at least a1t orudbytryH F Pieratt Hazel Green tf Last Warning Taxes are now due and must be paidor property sold Call to day and settleII F PIERATT D S TO TilE DEAIA cick lady cured of her deafness and noises in the head by Dr Nicholson Artificial Ear Drums gave 10000 to his Institute so that deaf people unable to procure the Ear Drums stay have them NicholsonInstitute irexlorkf y i = 5re e 4 v 4 toriS Si 2N 1wrawwmE I l rANROOTPIIll iHABITUALi and all dlceases arising from In digestion They will purify your blood and make your complexion I as FAIR AS A LILY They era aralatln coatod PRICE 25 CENTS g Presiding Elder Creed Oney of I I tthis conference district preached jhero Saturday night and Sunday j Ibeing tho first quarterly r under his appointment to friendsT trict He has a host of jabont HazelI Green In friendsIi known and likedall aver this section i of the state and the people arolpleasodI this district j i I CASTORIAIJ For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the 7VS1gnaturoof dA I iH G ROBINSON tli BEATTYVILLE KY General Salesman for JR M HUGHES CO LOUISVILLE KY Manufacturers of HighGrade Vll1Cg ll CldeJ a Snliiitx orders from tlIn nnroliniits of the mountains and iiiiriiitees satisfaction A mail order will receive prompt attention u j DIl1HjA now firstrhiss cafe for ladies and giiitht nun has locn opened in rppositm1 1urn the dolicuciiS of th siason are served in iirstclass styie Ladies especially are invited ItATTENTION Sidewalks Must Now Be Built I I There are a number ofsidetrdks in the 1tcuu only partly built or badly built whist must bv cullletl1luonliu to sjivcitiou lions on file in the Secretarys bonk The matter of IniiMiiitr walks or pavements has horn kept tjuitt pending the deciMon in iithe JIcNabb case in the Court of Appealst SIJI ax it lint been khourn that the itnard t of ruMces has sole control ot the buildini ala1 put in Ci telas condition it once There will be nodillydallyini any more t Property owners w ho have been entered to build Mdewnlks may call upon the eI e lt tress tor spcci5cations rkl Wji H COISD CheLTTofiiG Bug aO llBanan Fresh Lemons Royal Rflaccaroni Brown C Sugar 6c Cranulated 7c Arbucle coffee 12 12Good Croon Coffee 121cILAll other goods in propor tion CECIL BROS j WanteffSOOO men T JBLTY Tftp Great BraD Pants III 0e IS Arttrtp I DEALERI KYc Situations Secured forr duatesortnitioure6mded trrite- lit once tar CAlalogue asdspecial offers r a1 URQYBusiness Loulitiiic Kr MorgcmcnrAa i j Houston Tex CoiuriusCa j PlctmondVL Blrnirgtmm Ala Jacksomlc Fin ii MENDELWEIWSTOCKSCO t I HATS027029 W MAIN STREET KYIDAY HOUSE y fHAZEL GREEN KY N B GRAHAM PROPBIETOR This house has recently been refurnished and renovated and under the present man agement will continue to maintain the high 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the NEWYORK MONTHLY WORLD as a premium WORLDTIIK coverItreproducetrees arli press making a ofiEach issue contains stories of romance love adventure travel j stories of fiction gatheredscientific re search and interesting editorial reviews It i contributorswill befutlll s k A feature each mouth will be the largo first page portrait of the moat famed man or woman of tho eyeIuliterary matter and art subjects for the Monthly World no expense iis spared It is one of the KeWYrkentertainment to many thousand readers throughout North America Subscription oO Cents a Yoar But FREE to every new subscriber and all old ubscribers who ronow for THE HERALD be September 1 1901 You got tho vnluo of + 150 for only 100 0 t is l 18rlJ r t t T 1 q f i 1 J Iel ENVELOPES V NOTEHEADS t f BILLHEADS I j xr LETTERHEADS SALEBILLSI I f CIRCULARS iIn CATALOGS i MINUTES d c c t8 PressesjComosWhen1Rsee us Respectfully CM tJ6SPENCER COOPERn THE CHICAGO POST TBEHOME PAPER tErery FARMER should read daily The Chicago 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Gevedon went to Torrent on business Wednesday I Mrs Kolse Nickel1 of Ezol paid p our town a trading visit yester dayII s Jesse Swango of Stanton was i 11LacyI11 sons Rev Jim Tom and John HIj and other relatives and friends here x Preacher Pieratt has been under x tho weather for a few days pastI but not sick enough to take to hisI c bOll j I John M Rose is in receipt or the hadsomest lino of gents ties IIIpncosIII Miss Quilla daughter of Henry I I Haddix has a spoil of fever but Dr Center is handling her case j i and she is improving I I t ArAMERICAS Greatest Medicine it pos is sesses unequalled curative powers ami t its record of cures is GREATEST Ed Oney who has been in Oklahoma for the past three nionths returned home Saturday evening and has accepted a position with H F Pieratt Mrs Bettie Horton who ha been visiting her sister Mrs F N Day of this placo for a week Cantargg on Monday Rev J J Dickey of Campton t has our thanks for the loan of some devices and other necessary articles with which to print th towniDied on Monday morning a lit I tie daughter of Caleb Kashor May town She was about three years old and her death was the result of scarlet fever f Newt Womackand wife of Westt Liberty spent Saturday night andI Sunday with his brotherinlaw Charley Cecil of this place and t attended quarterly meeting i The advertisement of Louis Gus Straus will appear next week The change did not reach us unti- j too late for this issue and next 1weekwell tell you more about iit Mrs Molly Haney wife of William e Hauey of Lacy creek died on t Saturday night at 0 oclock aged SO years She leaves a husband pand four children Tho cause of her death is attributed to consump tion The S C Casper Co Winston Salem N C want all who driu liquorto try their MountaiuDow kr which they describe as a liquid joy See their ad in this paper and if interested write them for prices c f WT Wesson GholsonvilleVa druggist writes Your One Morn ute Cough Cure gives perfect satis faction My customers say it iis the best remedy for coughs colds throat and lung troublesH Mrs Granvillo Evans of Camp ton mother of our fellowcitizen r John H Evans visited Mr Evans and family Sunday and was ac companied by her grand daughter Miss Lillian Evans who is teaching at Spruce Gap school beyond Campton John Pieratt representing G Barrett Saddlers Co Louisville sold H F Pieratt a nice bill harness etc on Monday This t is not an ad for the house but as Mr Pieratt thinks the firm will pin an ad in THE HERALD to hel him along we give him this one appearsIwill tell you a whole lot mo bout the house m Wm E Bush of Lexington brother of our better seveneighths broke broad with us from Saturday night until Monday morning when he left for homo Save two trips illdthree or four years ago this was his first visit and ho intended to prolong it until Tuesday But he learned while on route hero Saturday that tho Otit K would tear out the tomporary bridge across Kentucky river Tuesday to put in tho now iron bridge As trnflic was suspended from that day for ward ho had to return Monday or bo forced to drivo to Torrent on Tuesday CornerStone Laying On Saturday Nov 9 1001 the cornerstone of the new Hazel Green academy building will bo put in place Tho ceremonies will begin at 1 oclock p m Tho pub lic is cordially invited to attend andwitness tho ceremonies Rep resentatives of the National and State C W B M will be present as also represon tatives from schools colleges and churches Many prom inont speakers will take part in the exercises Our man about town hoard Monday that tho LE train from Lexington Saturday afternoon took to Jackson a man who was shot at Torrentand who it was thought would die Ho was shot in the head and hip and our informant thought tho other shot was in the breast John Gibbs brought tho news here and ho said he was at Jackson Saturday nighti and WlIIIIIa Iirheumatismmay bo altered hr purifying and enrkhini the bloat with iiool s Sarsaparilla Try itIHoods Pills cure biliousness headache A Lifetime Subscription MEHCEHVILLE N J Oct IS 1901 Mr Spencer CooperHazel Green KyAs my subscription expiers today IS I here encloso you one dollar 100 for which you will please send me the dear old HERALD ono year but put me down for a lifetime subscriber for I cannot do without THE HIm itsssuccess LIZZIE RODEI- IMercerville N J Dr Center on Wednesday of lustt week was called to Stillwater to seoI Leek Tolson who had sawed three fingers off the right hand at the i knuckle joint Ho amputated thee fingers roar the palm of the hand and was forced to make a flap from the back part of the fingers On Monday he dressed them for rthe first time and found them healing nicely George Frisby accidohtly shotP Itta ago ball lodging in his ankle On ickelllsentI young man came afterII it said that Dr Bon and Dr Taul boo would extract tho ball which 1dvas very painful j Do you want a business educa tion If so write Prof B B Jones Lexington or come to this office and receive a scholarship We can save you 10 Sam Wilson has just finished the painting on John Davis resi dence inside and out Tho body is a rich cream trimmed with me chum drab and John says it is tho finest painted house in town and painktum BloodWe live by our blood and onl it We thrive or starve as our blood is rich or poor There is nothing else to liv onbyWhen strengths full ark I spirits high we are being re freshed bone muscle and brain in body and mind with con tinual flow of rich blood This is health When weak in low spiritsil no cheer no spring when rest is not rest andsleep is not sleepwe are starved our blood1 nutrYt ment in it Back of the blood is food ofto keep the bloodrich Whet- is i fails take Scotts Emulsions CtJfcrveOil It sets th agounmanp 1 w man IT prow have not tried it send for free sample youw1 SCOTT BOWNB Chemists resread Street New York r pclAd SLoe ani klttrg ute THE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION Holds an Instructive and Inter testingtThocon voned at this plane Friday the 1125thm Only ten of the twentyfour teachers whoso names wero enrolled for this work bAIalayLong j j Samuel Kash 0 H Swango Asa LoganShocksShockeyThose present holding certificates wero viz Misses Monta J Crott cy1ora Crewe Luh Evans I IJSHonorary members viz Miss t Davenport Profs J II Blankon ship Noah Cisco byicePresident who gave a brief talk explaining tho purpose of tho teachers asso ciation and tho program as fol follows 1 Opening exorcises ofschoolS2 Daily program 3 Closing exercises 1 Special exercises to 5 Successes fbooksG Teacher in relation to pupild a In school room b On play ground- c On special occasions communityi a With text bookspb With other booksiIcj With special books 8 Miscellaneous mattersyAdjourneduntil 115 p in SESSIOXI I by Prof Cord touching upon the object of Teachers Association and tho benefits to be derived from it Opening Exercises of School discussed by S II Nickoll and BerthaIexercises as the best method of I ProfCordthat some special exercise should precede tho regular routine ofI schoolwork as it requires some minutes for the pupil to conceit tralo his thoughts upon his lea sons Music either vocal or instrumental or current history bo ing some of the most approved methods for morning exercise in addition to devotional services r The Daily Program was then up and discussed by Dr 0 Swango and others who main twined that it is very necessary to have a daily out Hue of work which should be as strictly adhered to as circumstances will admit Indopendant and Correllated Branches wasdiscussed by Prof i Cordwho advocates combining as many branches as possible in order to both emphasize and lighten the workof teacher Special Exercises was then 1 up and commented upon by various teachers review work for ridays being a feature that anII agreed upon The New Book Question proved the success and wisdom of the now adoption by tho indorsement 1every1 The Relation of Teacher to Pupil in the SchojJJ Room on the It Play Ground ant m tho Commu nity was fully explained by Pof Cisco Miss Davenport and others 1 After reading tho report of the i composed of Mrs Alice Amyx S H Nickell and Sam a Kash upon obituary the association then adjournedEl WM H Conn Vice Prestt Mug ALICE AMYX Secy At a meeting of tho teachers of Ifour of the magisterial districts I Hazel Green on October 20 1001 the following was uuaimous ly votedII IX MEMOHIAM As we meet again in time capaci I ty of teaches and friends we miss t ono from our midst who was ever an acknowledged leader and seem ingly an indispensable character in the ranks of our profession It I is with hearts full of sorrow that deadewhose beautiful life shines with wedpresence now iu tho realms of the redeemer- In the death of our beloved Sec retary Mrs Minnio Day James we lose a fellotvtoachor whose prominence in life whose social standing and whoso moral influ enco aro surpassed by none The face that ever brightened at our greeting and tho voice that fell as gentle music upon our ears no longer brighten our pathway o cheers us in oty despondency Ever ready to respond to tho call of duty and ever willing to assist iu all things needful wo mourn for 1her whose place can not bo filled Be it resolved That a copy of ethis memorial be published in the HAZEL GREEN HERALD and a copy be presented to tho family of the deceasedS NICKELL S K KASH Committeo MBSALICEAMYX 1 IArthur Foley WiuningtonIn Bishop of London con- ributes an interesting paper to ii November Cosmopolitan on The Overcrowding of Great Cities t Remedies for it Apropos of the discussion of tho invasion- of England by Americans Edmund Gesso furnishes in tho sumo num j an essay scoring Englishmen for their narrowness of intellect Incidentally he hue a hit at Anion I can intellectual life in the twentieth century Lewis Ockerman Goshen Ind DoWitttj Little lEarly Risers never pillsbutmake mo feel like a boy Con tain thorough + entloII PlEKATT The work of Quarrying tho rock for tho acadcijiy foundation is about done and time brick will have been burned by tho time tho foundation is ready so that we confidently expect to see tho brick sons at work upon time maIr oonWANTEDImmediately a girl cook wash and iron for small no cow to milk nor chil to nurse Apply at HERALD OFFICE Miss Nettio Byrd daughter of Goo Byrd of Lacy crook died on Saturday morning at sunrise of as n soquetia of rclaps scarlet fever She was about veers of ago und was a 16I Christian girl She was buriedat afterInoon h Mothers Worm Syrup Best worm medicine Children like it so well they eat it on bread COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0 CfifTo insure insertion ALL corresV byIonday1 I that nearby on Monday morning Our correspondents are derelict in duty and we want to say that henceforth they not receive papers except for the week they have news letters We dependent upon them for the news areI when they fail to send in their favors they put us to great IJICOnCDlenceI i SUNNY SIDE Ellis Johnson and wife of Lacy creekwere driving in this section SundayWhile at the quarterly meeting Sunday wo saw James Cecil and wife of EzolIRobert Cecil of Stillwater took in the quarterly mooting Sunday and staid over night with his sister Mrs Harrison SwangoIj Edward Onoy passed through If hero Monday on route to Hazol Green and whilo there took up his abode with H F Pioratt Guess he will make a good clerk J W Taulbeo our next county school superintendent who has been out canvassing came homo Saturday in high glee over his fu turo prospects 11o say amour Grant Lacy whose illness has boon mentioned in TILE HERALD from time to time is improving nicely Grant has wrestledwith big man and was n little friOndSIthought worst case of tho blues that we ever had in our life indeed they had almost become chronic But time IIbeenII IIcausedII one of the happiest children you over saw- Whilo attending the teachers as sociation Friday in Hazel Groon we noticed time following teachers and most of them our old schoolmates Foley Long Ova Swaugo Hazel Green Stella Hurst Still water Birtha Sample Lacy creek j Mrs Tom Amyx Sam H Nickell James Dunn Sam Kash Red Riv or Asa Rose Lee City Logan Shockey Daysboro Wo enjoyed their presonco Tho Rev C F Ouoy our pre siding elder visited this place withrBro Greening left in the after noon for Pinhook for the purpose of establishing a church at that place It had beep dome fou years since wo had seen our cousin and ho said wo had outgrown hisI knowledge but ho has grownI about as fast as we have but that didnt keep him from subscribing for the THE HERALD Oct 29 SUSIE SUNBEAM k o i i t CAMPTON BRIEFS Isaac Elkins of Lane Ky visited town Sunday Frank Horton of Bear Pen was I calling on his best girl here Sun dayMiss Emma Hollow is suffering very severely with a felon on her finger Lee Congleton of Torrent visited relatives and friends at thus place SundaySeveral peopio from this place attended meeting on Cave branch Sunday I Tho little daughter of Thomas Xotherly of near town died of fever I Thursday night j Mrs J T Hanks visited her father at Pomeroy ton Saturday and Sunday Mrs Bertie Catron nee Hanks of Pomeroyton is visiting her pa- ents at this place this week I j formorc1orkI ij placo at the same old stand again Rov Bedingcr tho new pastor for this place arrived this week and preached an able discourse Sunday night I A B Cox seems to have tin blues since tho separation of ho and his chum Butler why should j you grieve over things of this world 1Soveral of tho nominees both democrats and republicans wore mixing with tho people hero Saturday Geo but they looked hungry Tho appraisers of the property of tho late J G Taulboe deceased wero J H Stamper jr Jack Hol and Courtney Combs They lion up tho business Saturday Oct 29 GooGoo EYES IMORCAN COUNTY IMIZE MITES Bruce McKinney and wife wore visiting in Meiwfoo last week Pete Little and wifo are ICnclo a few days on GiIlmoroI Irs Bottio Rose improvingS Linnie of Campton were visiting J W Cecils family Sunday James Little has sold his farm to Lil urn Graham for 1200 Little is to give possession in ten daysMiss Evelyn Rasnick and broth or Oscar of Salem were visiting on this creek Saturday and Sun j day What makes moro noiso than gooso Time twelve hundrod eeto that E H Oldiiold has in iis bunt lot Oct 29 FINNEY LETCHER COUNTY MAYKING i Candidates havo begun to hustle through all parts of the county Born to Lothia J wifo of E M Webb a big bouncing girl It weighed ten pounds Tho public school building hero is now being finished for tho use of time present term of school Died on Tuesday Sept 10 1901 Lillie May daughter of Benjamin j 21years21 Byrd Iosm republican nominee for assessor was hero yesterday j shaking hands with friends and giving an occasional treatiRov C C Craft loft last week for his homo in Magoffin county Softer making a weeks preaching tour through this county W W Sorgent representing a Lynchburg dry goods house was calling on our merchants yestor day Willie always sells goods William Morgan of FriscoOkla- is hero with 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wagon making are our specialties Your patronage iis respectfully solicited and will be duly appreciated Respectfully Ac ROSE WHEELER Copies of this paper maybe found on filed at the offiee of our Washington correspond eat S O 8icna 918 F Street NW WMkUtMD7C y N- t The EminentKidney I and Bladder Specialist to in t the Discoverer of SwampRoot at Work In j HU Laboratory There is a disease prevailing in this I country most dangerous because so decep live Many sudden deaths are caused by itheart disease pneumonia heart failure 14arapoplexy are often the result of kidney disease If kidney trouble Is allowed to ad vance the kidneypoisoned blood will attack the vital organs or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Then the richness of the bloodthe albumen I leaks out and the sufferer has Brights Disease the worst form of kidney troubleIi Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the new dis covery is the true specific for kidney bladder and urinary troubles It has cured thousands II- of apparently hopeless cases after all other efforts have failed At druggists In fiftycent j and dollar sizes A sample bottle sent freer a by mall also a book telling about Swamp Root and Its wonderful cures Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y and mention this paper a4 i i i Deafness Cannot Be Cured L by local applications as they can not reach the diseased portion ofII the ear There is only one way to curo deafness and that is by con stitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of tho Eustach ian Tube When this tube gets inflamed t youjhavo a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed deafness is tho result and unless tho inflam mation can be taken out and this l tube restored to its normal condition hearing will bo destroy ed forever sine cases out often I are caused by catarrh winchII is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give 100 for any case catarrhof I that can not ho cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CHENEY Co- Toledo0Halls Sold by druggists 75c Family Pills are the best m cII Startling Facts About Sugar As a good deal has recently ap peared in print regarding the can sumption of sugar and as tho importance of this article as a food in which every individual is concerned is apparently not sufficient ly understood the following facts and figures furnished to us by the wellknown sugar statisticians Messrs Willett and Gray 91 WallI street New York who are tho pub fishers of the weekly Statistical Sugar Trade Journal must neces sarily be of great interest to all our readers4 RAW SUGAR Tons Total consumption US 1900VilIetiGraj 2219847 Add 634 per cent aver erage annual increase 1 in consumption last 19 1 years 140738 Consumption for 10012300585 Of which Tons produces350000Beet duces 150000 llawaiif produs 350000 FortoBicojf pro duces1500001000000 1360585 Paying duty at an aver age of say 36 per tou 48981060 perAPrice increased because of tarifl 36 per ton Total consuniption23GO 585 tons at 36 84981060 Additional people taxed annually and pay to provide 49 millions for revenue 36000000 To Viz Louisiana planters on 350000 tons at S3 5 per ton12600000T-o domestic beet planters on 150 1 c 5400sTo Hawaii planters on 350000 tons at 36 per ton 12600000 To Porto Kico planters on 150000 at 36 per ton 5400000 1 1 1tunss 36000000 Remove duty and the whole 84 981000 accrue to the public On A October 8 the quotation for Cuba Centrifugal sugar 00 per cent a test free on board Cuba was 196 cents per pound and tho duty o same amounted to 1G85 cents per p pound which is equivalent to 86 per cent ad valorem Signed WILLETT GRAY 91 Wall Street New York Large picture frames 10x20 for 851 to 125sold by others for 260 to 300 Small frames in endless variety Large mantle mirrors French bevel glass for 825 worth 500 100 mirrors for 60 Family biblo for 125 worth 300 Othor valuable arti w cles at reduced prices I am clos ing out to quit the business at this place Come at onto or you will m get left J T GEVEDOV KyMcNabb The county authorities of Bour i bon are taking steps toward rev 4 building the court house beywho writebi eamJho printers trade 12 to 16 r l KJip age Apply at this one 3 q f w Is Your Life Worth 25 Cents Consumptives we know that you hnvo been disappointed ninny times but make one more effort to bei cured Goochs Mexican Syrup has cured thousands and it will cure you Consumption is the result of the food material that should go support the hotly and sustain life being absorbed and thrown off I tuberculous mattor To over come this waste of vital force and restore the nourishment to the sys Icttent in its natural course is to cure This is accomplished byi I Gouchs Moxicnn Syrup It con spitliugjed throat and lung diflicult of breathing heavy coughs accompa used with expectoration and parch ed lips Wo know you have bees disappointed many times but make ono moro attest to save your self You can buy a bottle of Goochs Mexican Syrup for 25 ctsI It cures a simple cough as if by magic and iis tho best remedy for whooping cough mjj I Damages Allowed Against Road In the Henderson circuit court a verdict was rendered in tho suitllofJohn D Williams vs tho Illinois Central railroad The verdict gives judgment fori tho plaintiff in tho sum of 5f00 Williams was killed by an Illinois Central train last May and the administrator DK sued for 25000 WI- All For Only SlOO For 100 cash in advance you get TIIK HKKAII for 12 months tho Monthly Note York World t1I 2pago magazine for 10 months r Good Times a department maga zinc of 1C pages for six months DR and a guess on tho vote of governor in Ohio Massachusetts anti Iowa which1 1 may bring you 5000 You1was have anyhow 9JS chances of goti day ting your money back There are 200 prizes of 2 200 of 1 180 of 3 ICO of 41 M2 of f5 B5of 1 and 10 of 15 each beside 10 prizesJ ranging from 25 to 5000 Sure ly you enght to guess closo enough to catch something tf Jack M Russell ono of tho sol1 diers of Company L Ninth infantry 1n seriously wounded in the ftgh with bolomen near Daugojou o I October 10 is n citizen of Hop kinsville by birth He was engaged n in law and journalism a- Bowling Green before enlisting iin the army IStepped Into Live Coals f When a child I burned my foot j frightfully writes W HEads of Jonesville Va which caused horrible leg sores for oO years but Rucklens Arnica Salvo wholly cured me after everything else j failed Infallible for burns scalds cuts sores bruises and pile j OnlyI 25c per box Sold by J- Comb T Day Hazel Green or S S s i Sons Campton i The state convention of the Womans Christian Temperance Union will convene in Paris Fri day evening November 1 and con- tinuo through Tuesday tho 5th The reunion will bo hold in tho Methodist church I had long suffered from indifostion writes G A IeDeisCedarPCity Mo Like many preparations but never fouu anything that did me good until I took Kodol Dyspepaia Cure oneb bottlo cured me A friend who had suffered similarly I put on the 1uso of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure He is gaining fast and will soon b e able to work Before he used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure indigestion had made him a total wreck H F PIEHATT The Kentucky Colonel has been moved to Mt Vornon where W B Hudson formerly of tho Darbj bourvillo Pathfinder will edit iit Whats Your Face Worth If Sometimes a fortune but if you have a sallow complexion a jaundiced look moth patches and blotches on the skin all signs of Kingns 1 New Lifo Pills give Clear Skin Rosy Cheekss Rich Complexion 1Only 25c at J T Day Hazell Green or S S Combs SonsI Campton You cannot buy standard pianosI 1clockssn 1 of me Como and see samples and you will bo convinced You do not have to risk your money with mail order houses tf J T GEVEDOSCC Vitaa 0re will relieve your of all11the aches and pains Agents wanted stampSponcer Henry Pieratt bought all the picture frames the agent of theTI Chicago Portrait Co had left over and is jSTTfng littitn 50 percent heaper than the agent sold them towantt burras they are going like hot son cake 52tf r l ASTHMA CUeAcrfltmuXcne Bsrlnas Dtiifrtajit Hollislr tnlll3P eaaitait Xtt Litrci ilt ALL Ct Hc SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON IRECEIPT OF PU IA14ii IWHIT remiss NAMK AM AIHUIKSS 1LYINIY la eilra D- WO 7 v A S I tenant i like ASTIIMATKNE j j instant relief oven the It cures when elsec j The Kov O F WELLS Villa Ridge i thmlllllenea i OfllIlerI s putrid sore throat tarsII Iltlairl1oC ever luiiij cured IIsaw advertisement for the euro this torment ing disease Asthma you yourselves to give it n trial To my astonishment the acted a charm Send a fullsize bottle Ii o Rev Morris Wechsler Rabbiofi the lIsrael NKW Yom January HOI slits Co IIQ Gentlemen Your Astlmialene is an ex cellent remedy for Asthma slay Fever and its composition alleviates all troubles which combine with Asthma Its is astonishing wonderful After having it carefully analyzed we can state that Atlhmalcnc contains no opium morphine chloroform or ether Very truly yours 11mv MOKKIS WECII3LEU e AVON SruiXfiS N Y February 1I 19U1I TAFT Bnos MFPICIXB Co Gentlemen I write this testimonial from a sense duty having tested the beenIjifllisted with spasmodic asthma for the past I12 years liaising exhausted myown as well as many others chanced to see your sign upon your wirHlnw son ISOth street Sea York I at once obtained bottle Asthmalcne My wife commenced taking it aloof the first November I my soon noticed a radical improvement After using one mottle Asthna has disappeared and She if entirely free from all symptoms I that I can consistentlv commend the medicine to all whIm alllicted with this distressing disease Yours respectfully o O 1lJ PHELPS JI1 D itROa MED February i i9mili Gentlemeni I was troubled with Asthma for years I tried niimernii strtttlliI I bottle and I am ever grateful I have family of four children fur six yeais unable to work I am now in the best of health doing business every This testimony you can make as you see Home address io5 llivington street litIfT Eat 12lih 0Tx IaI Bottle Sent AbwoltiicIy SVirec on Reccsiptoi ilNvsisil- J Do not Write at once addnssinaTDK TAIT HIM MEDICINE COMPANY 79 East 130th Street New City ISOLD D iT4Ti ORUGGlS CS i VhllltH 7 IS I lI gg- t II ECT FROM TO II r fTJ7T f7 rrzzzz LLZLLL tr r WHISKEY IN JUGS Ilagans Old Rye or Bourbon 4 yours old per gallon iOO 250siiHagans Old Rye Bourbon 7 years old Ior gallon 275 Hagans Old Rye or Bourbon S years old per gallon 00Ir WHISKEY IN CASES We will send 4 full quarts of Hagans Rye Bourbon 10 years old for 350 0 full quarts for f500 or 12 full quarts for 10UO packed plain case no marks with corkscrew and etched glass express Wo do charges not prepaidIiI WIIlSKE YOU W11 DRINK HAGANSI Mlt 1 I- tdh following Brands of whiskies and cased by Stoll Lexington Ky Old Elk 11112 bottles per case 1200 Old Elk 4s jI 000 Bond Lillard 4s 12 bottles per case 1200 Bond Lilian 4s jI II GOO Bond Lillard 5s 12 1100 Bond Lillard 5s GI 550 Old Tarr 5c 12 bottles per case 1000 G bottles per case 500 1Ashland 5s 12 bottlo por caso 1000 G bottles per ruse 500 Old Elk is bottled in bond and also free the other whiskies are free only You run no risk whatever sending us your order We guarantee every shipment we make to be exactly as represented goods are not entirely satisfactory ship them back and your money nlr11I remittances payable to The Hagan Distilling Company References Tho Lexington City National Bank or Stoll I largest distiller in State IAddress THE HAGAN DISTILLING Co LEXINGTON KY A Farm tor Sale I will sell my farm ot 159 ACRES of about 80 acres of cleared more than half of which is in grosa and rest in good oak timber with one Good Frame Dwelling House tfynever failing andstables also two houses is a Fine Vein of tho BEST COAL trom which several thousand bushels are ld each year Tho farm is one and one miles from Hazel Green A good bargain can be made by applying in cr writing to Wic H perjj Hazel Green Ky 74 3 There is nothing j- It brings in worst cases all failsIof your of and thought hall overs oken hut resulted trial like me Dr Conga Bnai TAKT Bitts MEIMCINI and Miecess and IU of your skill of of the feel TAFT Co 21 have and and am such use of delay York DISTILLERY GONSUMEH or or in Co in Co J findtt1dr J0l1lt1t WINCHESTER KY K H WITIIERSPOON President U D HUXTEit Cashier Paid up Capital 10000000 I Surplus 2000000 Handsome deposit of 10121048 This Bank solicits the accounts of mer chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky andtheIolegilimatehanking Cs A LYNCH KElnESEXTIXG ABWERBARWESSCO Wholesale Dry Goods Notions l CHARLESTON W VA Solicits a share of your patronage and askayou to hold as order for him J rf l7 J f iI1u4b J n = This spoce belongs r to LOUIS GUS STRAUS Tailors Lead s jug Clothiers of Lex Kentuckyi1 aw IlimeAgricultural and Mechanical statet College of Kentucky offers the fillowirir imiise of study viz Agriciiiiirili IHortiriiiuual liHiiiial Hiulogical Mathematical Normal School Classical Mechanical Engineering Electrical Engineering Civil Engineering elm orwhich extends over four years and leads to a degree Post graduate euiiresof studyl are also provided leading each to a mas tars degree Karli oure of ttidy iis organized under a separate faculty The general faculty numbers more than thirty professors 11111 instructors County Appointees receive tuition room Wilt in dormitories fuel MiniI light tnil if th y remain ten mouths traveling expenses The laboratories ami musturns arc large well ujuipjHd comprehensive and modern The last Legislaturei appropriated 300i for a college home for young women and II drill hall and gymnasium has hen provided for men Military tactile std science are fully provided for mill required by Graduates Ciittjtresi from the several courses of study readily find excellent positions i I and liberall Tciiiuneraiiiu The demand is largely in excess of the ability of the ciliei1 to supply last year the matriculation lit was liiOi For catalogue nitthod of obtaining appointments informatiuti regarding I courses of study and terms of admission apply to JAMES K PATTERSON Ph D LL D President Or to Prof D C FRAZEE Business Manager Lexington Ky iTFall Term begins September 10th 1COI VV R CRAWFORD CO Live Stock G0mmhsioJMerchantsFOR TIlE SALE OF Cattle Hogs A Sheep Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI 0 ALSO Bourbon Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY lye have nn Eastern outlet for all desirable stock at highest prices Consignments wliciltl 111cernspoedenre lIIIerfull auseerrd- t qJit i t- I EI IESA E- GROCERS1VIPIl TEETLEXINCTOW KY 0 K8The patronage of mountain merchants is respectfully solic ited and all orders will have prompt attention Ja T DAY DEALER INI GENERAL f MERCHANDISE HAZEL GREEN KY Tins in stock a magnificent stock of UPTODATE GOODS in every line and is freshening up every week Mr McLin is now in the cities buying and as ho buys he is shipping in Our stock is so much larger and bought in such large quantities that we can undersell any house in Eastern Kentucky Try us and you will bo convinced that we un derbuy because you will know we undersell HUGHES ivVTAinK CHILL TONICI littler than CalomclaadQuirtue no r TUB OLI KKIIAIHE Hughes taste 1 1sE IE AL NJ2As well a Sure Cure for Chills and Fevers Swamp Fevers and Just what you need this season iTXKVKit gild Laxativo Nervous Sedative Splendid Tonic- Gnarnnlced Try Doitt take nny xuliMltut IrticglKtH Sue and putties SUtCICSS 1VOUTII KNOWING Forty years success in the South proves llughes3omika great rent v for Chills all malarial lovers have LOOK STItCII TIME Saves Tonic pleasant taken early Spring Bilious Fevers KAius VKKlAUKO COINCOKlOKATKD KENTUCKY DESCRIPTIONtI t t St b rlR llTL EXECUTED AND AT THIS OFFICE AND SATISFACTION CL1IlADTEED 13JALL CASES SiIm Wganffottc EUDS I I WyandutteEgg8 These Are Thoroughbred TlJOROVGH1tiRED STOCKjFirlt F rl 7 J7 J r= i jf w t A IN nine in IengueandMalarial theliverEZJl1lliEj1 as at It At ill ed ai- rR3lNSONPETTET I ILOUISVILLE J Y I I OOCXXXXOO3COOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 8 EVERY PAIR OF 8 TIGER PANTS2 Made Ierfect in Fit Full in Seat and 2 RIpS 2 8 8re Better Good Better Made and- o X Better Style Than Any Other X S For Sale by J Taylor Day 8 HAZEL GREEN KY 5 00 IREGAIN YOUR HEALTH WITH 10 loooooooooo 1 IVITlBi Loooooooooooo OBE 1 I o ooooooooooJqnn NATURES DOCTOR FOR MANKIND o IT CURESr Rheumatism DiptheriaLa Brights Disease Blood Poisoning Kidney Liver and Stomach Troubles Female Complaint Catarrh and Ceneral Debility ez = Y IT CURESWHEN ALL ELSE FAILS I RDAD THE TESTIMONY OP TWO WELL MOWN CITIZENS OP WOLFE Mr Cooper Hazel Green Ky I purchased some of the Vital Ore of you in the latter part of March and after taking about a halfpint of the VitaoOre 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 bad been trying all the patent medicines andnostrums I could hear of to build myself up but nothing did me any good untir I used Vitro Ore which my wife brought me from your house After threeias work as I have done in 25 years and I was not more fatigued than I was 25 years ago over the same work It is 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 buyVitasOroI remain thankfully yours for putting me on to this remedy JAMES LACY I can vouch for every word Mr Lacy says in tho above I am his wife and bought the medicine of Mr Cooper for him though I did not have much faith in it because we had tried so many things that did no good I hare also used Vitro Ore and am stronger and in better health than for years which I attribute to its use MRS SOUTHEY LACY Lacy Creek Ky June 1 1901 aVita Ore is 1 a package which makes 1 quart of Elixer DoseOne teaspoonful in glass of water Mailed to any address on receipt of price Address COOPERHAZELCREEN 4 f