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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ais V ADVERTISING RATESII Column I year II 00 a i I year So 00 J 1 year 20 00 II2 Inches I year 10 00 1 Inch 1 year 7 00 Announ ctnents State anil District 1000 County officers 500 z officers 300 calls on la n Iii dates or political writeups SSc line sOObituaries Tribute Ac pre d jjjjjijjjjjjjjjjjjajjjj If THE = HERALDEstablishedof Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell SEVENTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY 7 1901 NUMBER 17 SPKNCKK Owner COOPER Editor The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper the MountainsA1wa I n YEAR tdvanc u LTho Kind You Always Bought and which has been in 1130 for over 30 years has borne the S1fTIfttnrA tf AJ and has been made under his per InfancyAllowAll Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children against What is CASTORIA1 1castorIa is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It Ls Pleasant ItI contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic I WorinIConstipationbt Stomach antI Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS rf Bears the Signature of H The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TVC cNAum CONpN yy vv crr ew so OITI I IABUSINESS TRAINING AT THE I LEXINGTON i BUSINESS 4 COLLEGE HAS IN K Story anti in Have Gives capitalized results by preparing for Business Life and Employment to the ambitious and 100 invested in this school helping of honor and trust WHY NOT YOU- GETTING A START in WITH A CASH a Business Education is necessary without it such a training is indispensable OUR CATALOGUE cut lining our several courses and circulars you what others are doing and how YOU can do likewise should be in your hands A postal will bring it IF YOUR MEANSare lim- Ited ask for Special Circu lar A telling you how you can be instructed at homeWE Civilserviceers to teach our Branches in other Business Collegesand prepare Stenogra phers and Bookkeepers for the best with the best Business Firms I k FREE First Lessons in wth Complete Instructions for the begin ii Pnermailed free on application EARN A SCHOLARSHIP FREE by for us at your home during t explainsWRITEIN WRITING be sure to state you aw ourhad in THE HAZEL GREEN Address BENJAMIN B JONES President f LEXINGTON KY Tile trial Mutual nDeposit CO OF LEXINGTON INCORPORATED The and in Weekly Investment Field in Kentucky NEW AND CONTRACT JUST ISSUED iiPays 40 per cent oerannum on All Invested Redeems all Contracts in 156 Weeks PAID CUSTOMERS FIFTY IL THREE 53 WEEKS OVER OVER 73000 KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER Kentucky 1I1 Experiments Experience Experiment Insuring worthy everythingWE CAPITAL showing positions Shorthand working HERALD Indu KY Pioneer Leader APPRONED Money 17000000I PASSED TO THE R SERVEI AND THE SURPLUS FUNDI 4 Its patrons are among tho leading business mon and women It in all the different callings of life rKeeps its promises to tho letter Run by men of business r standing and capacity Address 77 East Short Lexington Ky ti J H BAKER Secretary and Manager I t IJ F SADLER CoEstablished in 1865 COMMISSION MERCHANTS FOR TIlE SALE O- FG1tIollosSkee and LAMBS r Union Stock Yards CtCINNATI O Long Distance Telephone WEST 101 2rLiberal cash advances made upon coniinmcnt Und sales guaranteed BEI Tom mv1 ccV oollwi MANY SEEK PATENTS W OtherlllProtect The Yog Millionaire Makes Im plod Dele for Rallrond CMloa Motor WgoMftga la TacUIInmm W Cornelius Vanderbilt has just received two more patents one for a draft gear for railway rolling stock and another for a car track Mr Van derbilt hu secured other railway patents the most notable being for a fire box The development of automobiles ha spurred the inventors and patents are being taken out for hubs wheels tires wagonbodiesmany other appliances used in the construc tion of automobiles The must novel of these is a patent for a motor which is to take the place of a horse It is shaped like a box and mounted on four wheels and runs in front of the wagon I munagtdbyguidedThe Buffalo exposition and the or ganization of the Order of Buffalo are responsible for many designs in pins and other registerd ing plain white at the bottom but with the top decorated with charging buffaloes A German inventor has se cured a patent en an acetylene life preserver in form of a belt When the prtstreriscan inflated with gas by admitting little water to the store of acetylene which is supposed to last for hours A man in Loekport III finding it consumed considerable time and energy to place tacks undEr a hammer took out a patent for a magazine ham mer the tacks being loaded into the handle of the hammer like shells into a magazine gun The movement in certain churches toward individual cupshasGThomascommunion ser if ccrjsisting of sil trayTheCandidate for App ateClerk W B OConnell tho present ef ficient clerk of the Montgomery circuit court and by tho by one of tho most affable officials in Kentucky is out in a circular let ter announcing that at tho proper time he will announce his candi dacy for clerk of tho court of appeals Billy OConnoll has been connected with tho circuit clerks office at Mt Sterling in the ca pacity of deputy and as clerk for several years during which time he has familiarized himselfwith all the forms pertaining to the issuing of papers c Personally he is as cheerful as a basket of chips on a frosty morning and always that way Ho is a brother of our friend Irish OConnell otherwise known as Charley who was connected with TilE HERALD for several months a few years ago Billy OConnell would make the state a firstclass oflicialand pass out more politeness to the patrons of that placo than ever before Eastern Kentucky iis on titled to some of the good things of this life and thero art none more deserving than Billy As the case stands TilE HERALD is sure for him and thoro being no likelihood of a candidate in our immediate vicinity it is safe to say we shall continue for him to the end Hetty QrD la Vermont Mrs Hetty Green with her hus band Edward Green and daughter Sylvia have arrived at the old fam ily homestead at Bellows Falls Vt for the warm months Mrs Green claims Bellows Falls as her residence and pays taxes on personal property to the amount of 125000 Hardly had the wealthy woman settled down to quiet country life before the house was besieged by newspaper men clamoring for inter views She refused to see any of them and grew exceedingly angry when several tried to get snap shots ofherOne afternoon a photographer lay in wait behind the house hoping to catch her unawares when wnlkfhg in the garden Mrs Green spied him however and before he could focus his camera he says she climbed over a high board fence displaying au agility which surprised him Great Luck of An Editor For two years all efforts to cure Eczema in tho palms of my hands failed writes Editor H N Lester of Syracuse Kan then Iwas wholly cured by Bucklens Arnica Salve Its tho worlds best for- eruptionssoresand all skin diseases Only 25c per box Sold by J TI Day Hazel Green or S S Combs SonSjdCamptou VitamOre will relieve you of all aches and pains Agents wanted Apply to or address with stamp- Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky COST OF AMERICAN ARMY In Proportion to Iti Sin United Staten Military E lHl lUlimrnt I Hi t Expensive In WorldIIn proportion to its size the Unit ed States military establishment is the most expensive in the world AcI cording to the ofllcial notes of milii tory interest preparcu by Licut Col ISimpson it is shown that the cost oCI I maintaining one soldier in the ican army for one year Is 1014 nearest approach to this is TheI with 201 while Russia pays less I any other government with 5155 for each man A comparative statement is made which shows the effectiveness of the different armies the cost of main taming them for a year and the costI of one soldier for the seine puriod It is as follows Cost of- BohHer I 1 EnVctlvn Cost a Tear Y ar ItAly E13SS 5 45B40CC4 8 lIti Austria 20637 78717SOO 194 Germany 5G21f7 140115 OJ France U3215 1143I5 O ll1- Huul 7t6 l4ls92l 15- 5lnlttd States 7iim ll4t0 lOFI An analysis of this table shows thut the American army which is conceded by military authorities to be the best in HIP world for Its size costs 1142200fw for riCOO men while the military establishment of France costs n little over 10000000 more or 124401500 for maintaining nn army of 589215 or nearly eight times as large as that of the United Status For only 27072800 more than is paid by the United States Kussin maintains an army nearly ten times larger than the American establish ment the number 01 men being 732 COS costing S141M2S25 For a great deal less than halt it costs to maintain the American army Italy has an establishment nearly three times as large nnd for a little more thou half of the expenses of Ikeeping the United States army in fighting shape Austria has an establishment snore than four times larger The Childrens Friend Youll have a cold this wintor MaybeI you have ono now Your children will suffer too For coughs croup bronchitis grip and other winter complaints Ono Minute Cough Curo never fails Acts promply It is very pleasant to tho taste ant1 perfectly harmless C B George Winchester Ky writes Our littlo girl was attacked withcroup late ono night and was so hoarso she could hardly speak Ve gavo her a few doses of Ono Minute Cough Cure It relieved her immediately anti she wont to sleep When she awoko next morn ing she had no signs of hoarseness or eioup H F PIKUATT BATTLE WITH A TURTLE On Weighing One Hundred Pounds SIc HcBtaurant Pa tern Legs Phillip Enimons of Garwood had a battle the other day in William Wus slors restaurant on Broad street Elizabeth X Jwith n lingo sea snapper turtle weighing 100 pounds The turtle was permitted to crawl around the floor noel Ktnmoii kicked it on the head SuddenlyI the snapper mule a dart at its tormentor and closed its jaws in his calf Em mons howled with pain and danced around the floor but was unable to shake off the turtle Sticks and canes were vainly brought into use by the excited diners who thought they could heat off the snapper from his victim The blood streamed from Kimnons leg as he jumped around and the turtle hung on with the tenacity of a bulldog Proprietor Wussler at last seized an ice pick and plunged it into the snappers neck which caused it to re lax its grip Kmniona was badly bit ten and hardly able to stand lie was taken to a nenrby surgeon who dressed the wound nnd sent him to a hospital The snapper was de capitn ted shortly after the incident Kinmona threatens to sue for damages A Physician Testifies I havo taken Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and havo never used anything in my life that didme the good that didsays County Physician Goo W Scroggs of Hall county Ga Being a physician I have prescribed it and found it to give the best results If tho food you oat remains undigested in your stomach it decays there and pois ons the system You can prevent this by dieting but that moans starvation Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat You need suffer from neither dyspepsia nor starvation Tho worst cases quick ly cured Never fails H F PIERATT StxMatd VelaIn the modwn aixmasted sailing I vessels the first three masts are called by odd names fore main and mizzen nnd the fourth fifth and sixth are called the spankermast the jiggermast and the drivermast When you have head acho or bysI H F Pieratt Hazol Green tf HOMES FOR WORKERS Itenosba Vl Mnufaetnrers AdeJ a Novel Ilnn tii Attrart Factory Urn to Tune City Profitsharing on a novel basis is to be given u trial by 12 of the lending industrial plants in Kcnosha Win as the mnnngcrs of the plants have formed a cooperative associa tion for the purpose of bringing in laborers and to make time city a model manufacturing town The plan is to purchase n large tract of land on which will be built homes for 1000 laborers Those homes will be sold to the men at the actual cost ofI building They will be Ibcated near the factory district and fitted with all modern conveniences In order encourage matrimony among toI workmen these louses will be or rented mend in the latter cast the rent pail will apply on the purchase price of the house To further the plan n large boardinghouse will be erected to accommodate several hundred workmen at which it will be possible to secure hoard and rooms at low rates One thousand men are now needed for the factories in Kennsha and this unique plan has been hit upon to draw people to time city Healthy Children Are Happy Mothers Worm Syrup makes children healthy by expelling tho worms that mako them ill Child ren oat it on bread BOSTONS TEA IMPORTATIONS text to Those oew York Chleaar and Ian Franc Uco They 1CdA- U Other Vartm According to statistics contained in reports to the treasury department next to New York Chifigo and San Francisco the port of itoston stands at the head of the ports ranking below the three lending ones as a ten port The amount of tea passel at Boston during till six months end ing June 30 1JQl was 320524 pounds sail it was not found necessary to make any rejections Japan ten made up 1031SJI pounds of the importations at Boston Ceylon 9591 In din S5612 and China 33S1G pounds St Iaul ranks next with no rejec tions on importations of 272951 pounds Japan made up 223673 pounds of this amount and China tea 48664 pounds Goblets Rule lone Plaad Mayor Jones of Toledo X was fined five dollars and costs in the police court the other morning as a re sult of nn attempt to impress his gilrton rule and equality for all liecrVs upon the magistrate The iiuiciciit occurred during the trial of a nuui whom the mayor was given pTitiission to question The execu tive lintod that the man would be convince because he haul no money to pay for defense and then Judge Waoiiciiliciner interfered To show he considered all men equal the mag- Istrate promptly assessed Mayor Jones five dollars and costs and directed the police clerk to notify the executive of Toledo that here after he must remain behind the rail with the rest of the ordinary spectators when attending police co- urLBarnums Monkeys All wellall happy lot of fun That is the regula report from the monkey cagi of Barnums Circus ever since the keepers began dosing tin monkeys with Scotts Emul sion Consumption was carry ing off two thirds of them every year and the circus had to buy new ones One day a keeper accident ally broke a bottle of Scotts Emulsion near the monkey cage and the monkeys eagerly lapped it up from the floor This suggested the idea that it might do them good Since then the monkeys have received regular doses and the keepers report veryw deaths from consumption Of course its cheaper to buy Scotts Emulsion than new monkeys and that suits the circus men Consumption in monkeys and in man is the same disease If you have it or are threaten ed with it can you take the hint I representsthe Emulsion and ison the wrapper of every bottle Scadforlrecumaph J5COTT DOWmI 409 Pearl St New York ocadji an druggists Use For PumpkinsI INew uso has been found for the pumpkin which promises to be an innovation in Southern Illi nois An apple evaporator at No bio is being used for the drying of pumpkin and the product finds ready salo on tho market rho pumpkins are cut into longI strips and dried very much in the same manner as apples These evaporated strips are then pressed into cakes which are ready for the market This dried pumpkin has been tested by bakeries and hotels ill the cities and is pronounced superior to the canned article It is claimed that 00 per cent of the pumpking can be evaporated In this section of Illinois the pumpking grows to an enormous sis A specimen weighing 70 pounds was on exhibition in this city a few days ago Irho growers aro receiving 3 per ton for tho fruit and many farm ors havo growcn a ton to the acre in their corn fields this season de spito tho unprecedented drought Dressed Was the Babe Found Louis Lusky a United States storekeeper last Wednesday night found a threemonthold baby Ily ing in tho center of tho sidewalk on Twontysixth street near Bank Louisville The littlo one was prottyelegantly dressed andseems to have been abandoned by people of a bettor class than generally are guilty Lusky will adopt time child if it is not claimed SIMPLIFIES THE CODE Den Orealr Chief Signal OS er of Ara1F lveai New TIpCable Sjitrn Gen A W Qreely chief signal officer of the army who is now in Manila ila one of the most industrious of army officers Besides being head of the signal corps and in charge of the war department library he haa found time to devise a telegraph cable coda which he hope to have adopted by business houses who have business use for the wire lie has invented this code which is understood to be much simpler than the one at present inUle in his leisure hours and has taken out a patent in his own name and he hopes to derive an independent income from the invention A short time ago Gen Oreelys department completed work on a compilation of nearly 1000 pages which has now been published by the gov ernmcnt printing office It is an Index to early congressional papers and the need of such a work was sug gested Gen Greely says by the difficulty encountered in obtaining in formation on various points of Amer ican history in the early days of the republic Amerleaa Forestry Indigenous trees are easily recognized by the observing Inhabitants of any locality as belonging to certain general classifications Pine oak elm niapL chestnut and some others are BO common In most temperate climates that they are familiar to every one That these distinct divisions have been sub divided Into hundreds of minor class fications Is not so well known It will be In the province of the ex- hIbit at the PanAmerican Exposition to demonstrate In this connection some exceedingly Interesting peculiarities or seeming mistakes In nature The biggest things In the way of guns ever built will be exhibited at the Pan American Expositio- nWANTEDTrustworthy men and women to travel and advertise for old established house of solid finan cial standing Salary 780 a year and expenses all payable in cash No canvassing required Give refer euces and enclose selfaddressed stamped envelope Address Mann ger 355 Caxton Bldg Chicago tf Robert Hall aged 17 colored on trial at Versailles for murdering his uncle Edward Hall was acquitted 1Plan World Auto Tour Maurice Robinson of New York according to the London Daily Press is arranging for a motor trip around the world In an interview published the other day Mr Robinson says I am an American and expect to carry the stars and stripes around the world on my machine I shall start from Calais in May of next year and go to Moscow From that point I shall follow the Siberian railway pushing on to Vladivostock or a point near there where I shall take ship for Japan I shall cross Japan and then take ship for the United States Having crossed the Amen can continent I shall take ship for Liverpool and shan then traverse England to Dover WTASTEA bright polite boy who can spell read and write to learn the printers trade i 12 to 16 years of ago Apply at this office THE HERALD and Monthly World one dollar a year in advance t- J io fr r SUBSCRIPTION RATESII One year iu rnceISix months l 55 Three months II 30 Single copy 00 The date after your name indicates time you are paid to You should renew 10 days before time is ont and always give postoffice county and state when renewing or to have your address changed Remittances should be made by M 0 registered letter or bank draft J COUNTYittD1RECTORY + CIRCUIT COURT Third Monday in January Fourth Monday in April and Third Monday in September IIIIOAViD B REDWIXE Judge tuaAttorneyJC C HANKS Trustee Jury Fund 0COUNTY COURT First Monday in each month JudgewA T COMBS Sheriff AttorneyISAAC I A8essorJoUN 3 FRANK SAMPLE Coroner 0MAGISTRATES COURTS TIME OF llouixo AND OFFICIALS SUOCKEYMagistrate holdingcourtcourtSECOND RosoJn inFebruary Megiatrate FebruaryMay LEOGMagistrate MarchJuneFIFTH FR8lIagiThirdFridaynndNovember BOLINlaKistrateConstableCourt MarchJuneOLlERMSKistratltime for holding court Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table IB Effect Oct 20 1901 EAST BOUND I 02 i No4 STATIONS Iex1DailyexI PM Lye AILreILexington 2 10 pm 740am Winchester 2 55 pm 8 25 am LKJuucn 3 07 pm 8 37 am Clay City 3 40 13 am Stanton 3 51 IIml9 23 am Nat Bridge 4 20 pm J 54 am Torrent 4 34 poll OS am neattyve Jc 4 56 pnilO 29 am Jackson 6 00 Imll 30 am WEST BOUND NoL t No3 STATIONS Daily exDailyexI Sunday j Sunday Jackson 6 25 am I 20 Im pmTorrentpmNatpmClayLEJancn 910am 403pm pmLexington ManagerCBAST It MORGAN 8 P A LOUISVILLE TIN AND STOVE COMPANY Jobbers and Dealers i- nrceTE S9Japaned and Tinware c LOUISVILLE T- DILLERBENNETT WHOLESALE FURNIfUmrY e Stvholesahei Dealer in the South LOUiSVllle Ky J II SnUIUBwortn CL Manufacturers anti Jobbers ofsMENS I BOYSClOTHINCI I 607 W MAIN STREETLOUISVILLE KY REH BEVERSON CO WOLtaLtt SADDLER 508512 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY CAVEATS TRADE MARKa- COPYRICNTSAND 5 7 DEIcSNS Sndiasrb5sthe5sdllect Isv t2e costs leu eM liS IS r s pti aflUity U rnuoALA rmrnA- OIVALDlDIDOL flAkak-a w oat 5g wev WPLLT PSti 55tII yynVE AE E I SlIIEIS UHa F ST H mW L 4yeI SPENCER COOPER Editor JH II HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY November 7 1901 tlredictiutcs would all be elected has been verified though the isherHt o- II this county hadlan exceeding close call which demonstrates that he was scratched badly Whether Mr Landsaws per sonal popularity caused this is beyond our knowledge bu- I 5t I the fact remains Indeed iit is surprising that Mr Stamp er pulled through at all when Stillwater and Hazel Green both largely democratic are considered At the formerk Mr Landsaws home precinct that gentleman received 149 majority though it usually iis about 75 democratic and tht precinct which generally gives a democratic majority of 85 gave Combs for sheriff thatr four years ago now returns a majority of 25 for Landsaw t Thus these two precincts are responsible for a republican gain of 312 votes and show that Mr Stamper gained very largely at other points As we have no data from the other y r precincts it is impossible now to tell where the majority of 19 by which Mr Stamper ii- k is elected was attained Buty 1aproud to record that the admonition of TILE HERALD to vote straight from een to eend was heeded in some places Had the advice been t tadhered to at all precincts the aspect would have been quite different Personally we likei Mr Landsaw as well as any body but occupying the position we do we could not atlor to give him our vote There never was a time when we attempted the feat of carryi water on both shoulders and to have voted otherwise than the straight ticket after ask ing our democratic friends Ito x do so would have looked like an effort in that direction ttBut under the secret ballot f who would have known about it some one asks We 1 surely should have andour conscience having cognizance would have hissed hypocrite in our hearing That is suf ficient to stop us But mitt you we do not accuse those democrats who did vote f- j LiTndsaof being hypocrites To have done so after advisi ing as we did would have le us feeling like one But nowI 3 that it is all over let demo r crats resolve that hereafter nomiIneeskF r4 reason you feel that you don want to support a man defeat his nomination Once he has that you owe him your vote tCJUDGE COXGLETOX will be his official title after January 1st though it would be courteous to address him as judge from now on the rest of his natural life He was elected ajorit fess that it is an agreeable sur prise to us We thought the a maf aktng the fight on county judge but the returns indicate that sheriff w r J was the sugar plumrrGood v T Judgea1 l 9 fw bo by WITH the single exception of sheriff IIof the democratic nominees in the countywere elected by handsome majori ties Below we give the ma it jority of each and next week h we hope to give the vote of the county by precinctsoCounty Judge J W Congleton 205Sheriff 10fAssessor S No Hobbs 216 Jailer J B Little 309 Supt Schools J W Taulbee 333 1 CHARLEY SUHLETT is with stattc senate although we have been I unable to get the returns from any but this county where h t 1has a majority of 377 There is enough known to make us feel safe There were several1 elements of uneasiness about the senatorial race not the least of which was the tenac sib withwhich Messrs Shuns oJ per and Hampton respective ly heM that they were eachl the rightful nominee and that caused considerable feeling in the party Then Mr Coffey was one of the most popular 1politicians in his 1party while Mr Sublett made his debut as a politician in this trice no withstanding he had been a working member for years All in all we have reason for rejoicingand it is with mac pride that we congratulate our felt friend upon his victorious first tight remenlbedthe allegation of our Campton correspondent in regard to the failure of one Mr Pelfrey to makeI matrimonialI connectionI Mr Pelfreys letter denying the fact and our request that the correspondent explain Sc In a very gentlemanly letter ahe does so in this issue and at theI same time takesI occasion pilln2 and pennyalincr who penned1 the letter for Pelfrey Since Pelfreys letter was printed we have learned that Rolla Bailey stated the facts about the case When Pelfreys letter was received we said to Mr Decker our right hand man if Rolla Bailey made wrong statement he was him self misinformed and we tell rightrr to defend himself if it takes all1 tlungithat wrote Pelfreys letter has yarned us not to use its name Grand thereI is no danger as we have no type small enough ftJAatFS HAKGIS democratic candidate forcountyjudge and John Blanton candidate for countyattorney were the only democrats elected in Breath captureteverything in sight 3 apparently just rebuke to the alleged highhanded inet od the democrats resorted to secure nominations in the primary But if so how was it that the alleged chief conI spirator pulled through It dont look like Providence can make such a choice But perhaps the other place presides over the political destinies of Breathitt PROBABLY the Sultan of Moro PTtfce indicated when Mr Cridler is bounced from the eta department even though the West Virginia Senator may object t Senator Lodges hogging of such an important post I w JJJit1 r- 1j f rJ ciJ bfit t THE Schley trial has into a farce which the summarilyrrjustified in ending a declaration that ment had utterly failed to make out its case Anything more trivial than the prosecution has not been seen or heard in naval or any other jurisprudence for along time It is timo to end the matter except so far as retribu IIboTin uxcusoa Secretary Long J for removing Crowninsheild from tho head of the bureau of fabricaj tion are somewhat amusing First is said that ho wanted to leave himself i second that the Eumponn station to which ho has been ord is really a very unimportant ne and third that tho change is that President McKin ley promised to make Methinks the secretary doth protest too much Last Warning Taxes aro now due and must bo paid oV property sold Call today and settle II P PIEUATT D S IT COST General Huller a n umber of thousand pounds to spew out his mind IIo has been re mile ways cheap MH Lows Now York continuo to claim time earth but the betting odds are all in tho op posits direction FROM LONE STAR STATE t One of Our Old Correspondents f BuinorrouT Tnxvs I Oct 20 1101 1S DKAK IlEUatuIt has many years since I wrote to the HAZEL GREEN HKUALP room Iare wonder how many of its present readers remetnler Garkey of Virginia The past dozen yearsI tht people we once know i but THE HEUAID is read as eagerly now in far away Texas as it was in old Virginia In fact it is like a let iItor from home for Hazel Green iis endeared to mo hmnny happy as well as many sad reccol lectwu- I I used to enjoy time correspondents letters so much especially those of Undo Ilemus who is now nor more on earth and I can hardly realize that Mrs Minnie Tames has so soon followed to that Great Beyond Mrs Ida Cecil whoso bridal and burial boquets she a- In ranged Who knows but what th yare now wreathing flowers that never fade in that Iaern alat City jlf those faithful writers realized I tho good they do by helping the editor givo the news to tho Peo1 who once lived in Hazel Green they would never miss a week I and another comfort is in reading occasional letters from persons like meout in the far west I notice there aro some Hazel Green people at El Reno Okl and timey are not very far from us Bridgeport is a nice little tow of between 1200 and 1500 inhabii tants It is on Trinity river ini a Wise county ten miles southof Decater tho county seat and about 40 miles south of Ft Worth It can boast of three nice churches a college a graded free schoolof nine mouths a bank three hotels three drug stores two millenary establishmentstwo butcher shops one hardware store Olio furniture store ono saddle and harness store 11 other stores of general dry goods and groceries a livery two restaurants two cotton gins and three coalmines and is not yet eight years old Can anyone tell us of a Kentucky town to ber it Tho C R 1 tC T railroad ru through its middle besides a daily to Jacksboro It is n wideawake uptodato town There aro a number of Mexicans hero and they about tho color of some of 1aroyour Kentucky colored folks some 0of tho Mexicans wear hats that weigh 21 lbs Time weather hero now is delight ful men go without coats ladies wear white dresses and children go bare footed No signs of frost yet but just wait till January for then we have the northers Success to TilE HERALD Respectfully MRS JULIA JOHN CASTOR IIA toFor Infanta and Childre- nTlaKWYiuHaMAlwajsBwght tt- o Bears the 7kSignature of 1tj rI BlackHair I I have used your Hair Vigor for five years and am greatly pleased with it It certainly restores the original color to rays hair It keeps my h1ir soft Mrs Helen Kilkenny New Portland Me Ayers Hair Vigor has t been restoring color to i I hair for fifty years IIgray it never fails to do workeither I YOU can rely upon it It for stopping your hair I from falling for keepingE your scalp clean and for making your hair grow J1CO a tutu AH dnijilsli If t cannot supply you send sUn dear and wo will express you a bottle Ito rnesuul giro the nanio of yourdearestexpressotticuSddreraJ Hon r O Mize who has been at Indianapolis for a mouth past with his son Carl now one of the Indiana Pharmacy Co located at I that place catno lento Wednesi day week Ho will remain lore until ho can straighten up his business when ho laid his wife forkpermanent residence lie is do lighted with Carls investment nod prospects and thinks on the whole that Indianapolis is the leasnntsI ties have held him here for 110 years but they must bo severed though he is loath to leave Electric Celt en Trial To introduce und obtain agouti the undersigned linn willi send a few of their 1 Electric pelts on trial on tho following t rms 100 ttc bo paid in ten days if the lHJIt- t proves bwteficialcialandl tho balance 200 to bo paid in sixty days i tho Moltcllects a cute These pelt a positive earn for Uhouma tism Neuralgia Kidney trouble Stomach and Liver trouble Asth ma etc Address at once UKIUIAN KiKrnue AUENCY tf PO Box iS74NewYork XY Mrs IR N Day has the thanks of tho editor and his better seven eighths for a pair of handsome Turkish bath towels which by thei way constitute ono of the articles shipments of new goods She has some beauti ful hats and ladies wraps which j must be seen to be appreciated For StiEA scholarship in tho Commercial College of Kentucky University by early application at this olli o some young man cam save several dollars tf Blank School Imports for use of teachers of public schools for sale this ollice 100 50 cents C i 5p i 31 Q j100 When you havo head acho 0 fj neuralgia try Tri phone Sold by leSS Combs it Sons Campton and II 1V Pieratt Hazel Green tf TO TUB IIUAl A sick lady curedof her deafness and notes in the head lhy Dr Nicholsonr Artificial Ear Drum gave 10000 to hisi Institute PO that deaf people unable to procure the Kar Drums may have them free Addres+ No 41SG The Nicholson Institute 780 Eighth Avenue New York 41yt a few days now until all tho Mudd is squeezed out of tho Maryland politicalsituation i I h I I iIHESTThis size Gold FilledClO QR UYttI lLADIES WATCHES nsAlso Watches foi MEN FOLKS SiI1crE mngl111t Solid Gold RingsI- n great variety Plain flat oval also Set Rings We plainII beauties in Opals Emeralds Ku L111dies1 I Manufacturing 1 JJjlI jl I East Main LEXINGTON ht wear P j r Jb I1 p ftr WANTED Trustworthy men and e I IIoldcial standing Salary 780 n Errand d expenses all payable in cash No canvassing required Give refer I enema and enclose Folfaddressed stamped onvclopntlddrpES Mana j got o55 Caxton Hldg Chicago tf II Clay Lacy county EupcrinII tendent of schools wino la attend ing the Morse school of telegraphy at Sholbyville came homo Saturee day to cast his veto for tho rpjib g lican nominees Our man about I town met him Monday and told i t him ho hal better harp stn edatIf school and we still adhere to that OiiniHi Pile ine Cures Piles i Money refunded if it ever fails Go to Cecil 15rosuiJ4en in wnutII of fresh groceries A 1Hi table fait iff other timings just as i cheap in proportion i Blue GrassBnrSBIies I FALL 1901 Fruit nnil Ornamental Trees Griif Vines Small Kriiit Asparagus and vverytliint for Orchard Lawn and ianlen We sell direct t J at ri ht prices In the lintiTiml harm nu agents Cimeril Catalogue OIlIlIII to lath telrjilmiifii tatiolll IF II1fII IlloVK 7J IexintiiiiKj H G ROBINSON BEATTYVILLE KY General Salesman for I 11 M 11 G0LOUIS- VILLE I j KY Manufacturers of HighGrade Vincgtl CldCt t p thefmountains and iiiirautecs sati faetion AI mail ender will receive prompt attention A now firstclasst cafe for ladies and KiiitUimn has bean opened in the Phoenix Hotel Annex oppos ito time C t O depot whets all jjI tho delicacies of th season are i served in firstclass style Ladies especially are invited ATTENTION LOTOWNERS Sidewalks Must Now Be Built 1 There are II nmnliirof ilefalls in the town only jiartly lnilt or lustily I uilt which must lle completed according tu tiritlra tious on file in tie Secretarys iouk The matter of Luildin stalks orpareulrnts has iilApiiealMiof Trusties has sine control otI the hiiildin sidewalks it will he exported that all walks I in first class condition at once willhe noteUbuild sidewalks may eall UJKIII the clerk C n hose lor leciitations VMt II Cure Chr lJTTofII G GOOD MEASURE j WfULLWEiGHTi CECIL BROS HAZEL GREEN KY IWanted9ODD men I BuyTflO Great Brnu Pauts 0- I I 17 E lWrtr r SOLE DEALER HAZEL GREEN ICY Situations Secured for radUlesor uhlon rrand write at once for ataiogue and specialtTers BusinessnQSSCColleges loulSlllle Kr MonlgonrrA1 Houston Tn Columns CL Richmond Va Birmingham Ala Jttko rieFIL n MEWDELWEIWSTOCK 5 Ct HATS027629 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY DAY HOUSE HAZEL GREEN KY X B GRAHAM Tnoriumon house has recently been refurnished 1This and under the present mnnI will continue to maintain the high homeIcommercial tourists Livery stable in connection where hone and vehicle will have the best attention THKHimI1 r 0 s y t Y ZEL GREEN DCDEII r AND PREPARATORY on SCHOOL rtIIINOR ott f j 3STTho hresenl term btgan September 8 withr Itho mar est enrollment in the history of r The the I I INUARY I ISp2 schoolii i wntnt I fur young men tint dv under Academic Coni II Ministerial Departsniitt iirlivdrvI Teacher is n GISA ATE 1IItIU IPotOO works Iiuiril yaOO k i Ier W rflM Principal iIIt t I f FREE j tr THE mmY MONTH IED TO ALL NEW stHSCRIBEUS AND ALL OLD ONES WHO RENEW IN ISO DAYS FOR TilEIi Hazel Green Heraldi c u F- orkgjFy n Special Arrangement with tho Publishers of tho 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Chicago III 0400006000040000040000000000411Vlf It ttorneyatLaw + tWill HAZEL CREEN KYpI 7ttoinIngcounlus 11 y 2 iI JR J M WALDECK Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY JHazelprofessional calla dal or ntpL OWctrlcQ a specialty i s f 11 ScrofulaIII FeW are entirely tree from It It may develop so slowly as to ettcII little If any disturbance during the whole period of childhood J It may then produce Irregularity of the stomach and bowels dyspepsia catnrrli end market tendency to consumption before manifesting Itself in touch cutaneous eruption or glandular swelling 7 Is best to be sure that you are quite I I trfrom It and for Its complete eradica j tion you can rely on Hoods Sarsaparilla The best of all medicines for all humors WE HERALD I I t = Mrs J M Swango of Sill water in town shopping on Mon 11WBS 1f Long ono day last week f finefHarry Ward andsome other young folks attended church at Toliver Miss SundarII ness was reported last week con- J conditionrt i isiand be on hand or send the painter left I ttcemetery Wednesday morn paint the now residence of fINDIGESTION resulting from stomach is relieved by Hoods Sarsaiiarilln the great stom ach tonic and euro forDYSPEPSIA- N I N White representing the Knoxville Nursery Co was here I this week delivering trees to some of our citizensIi Aunt Kitty the venerable mother of our fellowcitizen Dr f Andy Nickell is and has been con t fined to her bed for the past two t weeks p ofIsick with scarlet feverisso far con valesced as to be able to attend I school at the academy Read tho now ad of Cecil Bros which appears in our paper today They are selling goods cheaper than any firm in town and deserve your patronage 1Do you want a business education If so write Prof B nJones Lexington or come to office and receive a thisII We can save you 10 tcW T Swango shipped three car j t I onejIsigned them to ono of the com mission firms advertised in TilE HERALD Miss Barbara Gevedon andMrs Dr Curtis Gevedon of Grassy creek were in town Monday doing I 1some shopping which of courseII included a call at the If linery j R J McLins family who have been visiting Mr McLins father I end mother at Rose Hill Va for I a month past returned home on 2 Sunday evening very much pleased with their visit Mrs Eliza Kash wife of Dr Mason Kash of Jackson who has been visiting relatives and friends here for two weeks past left for home Saturday Mason Ingrain escorting her as far as Torrent ffMrs Ellen Swango had a quilt tt ing party at her homo on Satur ridayto which several ladies of our r sspeaksI Mrs Mason Ingram is taking chart lessons in dress making un der Mrs F N Days instruction and as soon as she becomes an adept proposes to open a dressmaking establishment in Hazel Green Rev Jim Tom Pieratt returned Monday from Frenchburg where he held a very enthusiastic and in teresting meeting in conjunction with Rev Johns Adams from Fri day night until Sunday night inclusive Miss Stella Jones daughter of Gardner Jones who formerly livedI k here but who now lives at Spring- fieldi in Washington county hasI been visiting the family of Dry J ri Nickell and other friends for L g weekor so and left on Tuesday to viait relatives in tho country A MANLY LETTER From Our Campion Correspondent I CAMPION Nov 4 1001 iEDITOR HERALDDear Sir I noticed an article in your last is sue asking mo to explain myself forIyou all the news ofour town and thought the item I sent would be of interest I see that Mr denies saysitcase I have been misinformed for it was tho rumor of tho town and reputable citizens informed me that it was true I want to say for Mr Pelfry that I have known him from my childhood and have al ways found him to be an upright honest citizen and deserving every respect I have no inII whatever to say anything him that would for one moment cast any reflections upon him or I his family and wish to oiler an apology for being misinformed But the article in last weeks pa Pelfrysbutdark and making a personal at tack on me I say for him that a more damnable and corruptchunk of human flesh never was created He too was reared amid tho vine clad hills of old Wolfe count and I dare not say that she can point the finger of pride to him as being one of her noble sons But on the other hand there is a yawn ing hell with wide extended jaws awaiting tho arrival of just such peopleI not wish to go into details about Mr Pelrys privato secreta cnnIway injured your paper and wish ing it much success in the future instead of sailing under the nom do plume of GooGooEyes as the author would have me I hereunto affix my signature Yours very truly ROLLA L BAILEY Commended to Our Care Col E P Green who has been tho head bookkeep for the M W railroad for the past few months left last week for Hazel Green where he goes to accept a more lucrative position Mr Green is one of the most compe tent young business men that we have had in the City of the Hills for many years and the editor of the AdvanceKentuckian can recommend him to the good people of Hazel Green Take good care of him Uncle Spence Hes all right ISalt Lick Panta graph mLIU11 nVI EPIllS To cure SICK HEADACHE CONSTIPATIONI I I blood and make yourcomplexion I as FAIR AS A LILY They are gelatin coated PRICE 25 CENTS Despite the fact that our rate for publishing obituaries occupies the most prominent place in the paper we every once in a while re ceivo an obituary for publication unaccompanied by the pay or any arrangement for its payment Our apaco is our stock in trade and un less wo got pay for it we would have to quit business Wo hope all will bear this in mind Some times people who do not oven patronize the papor by subscribing ask the publication of such items Campbell Brooks a brother of our fellowcitizen and countyman Erastus Brooks at Olive Hill in Carter county mot with a very painful accident ono day last week He was employed in tho brickyard and was under a trestle when the structure gave way and a car load of dirt fell upon him breaking one arm in two places Besides he was bruised about tho head and re ceived several scratches At last accounts ho was getting along all right and no serious results were anticipated Married at the residence of the bridalsfather E F Cecil Miss onnie Ceciband Joe Leo Oldfield Rev Mr Greening officiating This was a surprise to nearly everybody but THE HERALD hopes they may have a long and prosperous life r L 3 Of OLD AGES SOnO BYJ LEROY DOOGS Written for TUB HERALD I stood b the rippling brooklets side brinkIstride And the merry tongters bathe and drink The restive winds were sporting free The boughs teemed conscious of their song melodyTwas moan A floral path led down the hill springIAnd stopped to hen the schoolboy sing Hi bySeemed lay I stool alone one deepened sigh Proved that I was not so gay The thought of other days came fast The songBeforeTheir darksome shadows deeii and long life seemed newI tried to sing lo in vain twas all in vainIMy childhood there I could IIOt bring could not be a boy again Content to yield my vigor there And lit to natures fond refrain I almost envied the very air As I retired to age again I tottered on to the laughing spring I drank of its waters pure and cold I started so Icould uot sing The songs I even sang of old A silver wind came tripping by Escorted by a bluebirds song Be still it sail and we will try To ease your care and bounded on An Old ond Reliable Firm On the fourth page of this paper will bo found the new advertise ment of Louis Gus Straus load ing clothiers of Kentucky Lexing ton and every render of the paper may profit by its careful perusal Just think of buying a warm over coat for 199 No man need suffer winters chilling blasts when he can protect himself so cheaply At the same place you can buy a nice suit of winter clothing for only 599 that would cost you 12 at other clothing store Theret are many men in this county who purchase all they wear from this firm and have done so for years The house has boon advertised in Tub HERALD for 15 years duringr which the firm name has become a householdword and so well havet the people of Wolfe been pleased with their purchases that they have become permanent patrons If perchance you have not bought a suit or overcoat use present opportunity and when you call upon them toll em you saw their ad it THE HEKALD It will savet you money Our Poverty Pinches Us There is not a name upon our books but is good fot a years sub Butlpaperj the paper all cost money and un I less each subscriber pays in advance we have no revenue to buyII the plain paper and ink It isI unfortunate for us because wo i would get tho money for these subscriptions in the course of time But poor folks have poor ways Hence we havo to have money to buy paper before we can print the paper and we can not use the money A pays in advance to buy paper to furnish B To do so jeop ordises the chances of furnishing As paper and that is not treating him right So we hope every manI who is in arrears will como in andI pay or send the amount at once All who do not do so will be marked off and they can settle up as soon as possible and renew Pov erty compels us to this course and we hope all will see the justice of it U Duly Feed Man and Steed1I Feed youenerves also If you would have them 3tronir Blood made pure and rich by iioodiS Sarsaparilla Is the only true nerve sure to ret Hoods it never disappoints Hoods Pills cure constipation Price 25c I will have a new line of upto date styles in hats on display Sat urday Call and inspect them at J M Roses store They are the prettiest ever seen here Mus DORA SWANGO Born to the wife of Buen Mc Nabb of Chapel branch on Sun day afternoon a boya democratI boyand Buen is proud Dr Nickel reports the above and says ho waa a fine boy Pieratts drum still beats andI he is ono of the hosifers The largest vote over polled in a race for town oflicora hero was re corded on Tuesday The following is the full voto POLICE JUIK1E II F Pioratt D35Ge-o W Wheolor I 1t10Democratic majority 25 TOWN MARSHAL J M Nickell R 29 No oppositionTRUSTEES W II Cord D80roh-ui BDavisD3HT E Johnson D27-W O Mize D80Joh-nM Rose D8S-S T Whaley It21Th-efive first named aro elected trustees they having polled tho highest vote Sam Wilson our poet laureate got one voto for town marshal W T Caskey received one vote for trustee John II Pieratt received one vote fjjr trustee Tho last three wore not candi lUtes Indeed in justice to them it is proper to say that neither Mr Whaley nor Mr Wheeler wore candidates Does advertising pay Ask Mrs F N Day A little ad in TUB HERALD two weeks ago brought palrons from far and near and at ono time it looked as if shed bo compelled to make a telegraph order to meet the demands Greon Allen Better The condition of Greene Allen of Jackson who is at St Josephs Hospital is much improved He was brought hero some days ago suffering from pistol wounds Lexington Herald ConstipationD- oes your headache Pain back of your eyes Bad taste in your mouth Its your liver Ayers Pills are liver pills They cure consti dyspepsiaII beautitilbrownBUCKINGHAMS DYEttoao cn 0 D A A CO H COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0JCSfTo insure insertion AU corres pondence must be in this office by Monday night of each week and that nearby on Monday morning Our correspondents are derelict in duty and we want to say that henceforth they will not receive papers except for the week they have news letters We are dependent upon them for the news and when they fail to send in their favors they put us to great inconvenience SUNNY SIDE Edgar Kash was in this section SundayMiss Eliza Nickoll took dinner with your writer Sunday J E Brooks and wife attended church on Gillmoro Sunday Curtis Quicksall came over from Frozen Saturday to bo at tho elec tion H Clay Lasy came home Satur day remained until after tho chic tion Brother Greening pastor of the Methodist church gave this place a call Friday Taylor Johnson of your town bought a uico fat cow of Edward Oney last week Miss Laura Wilson of Gillmore passed through here last weeken route to Hazel Green Scott Lacy who has been sojourning in the west for some time came home last week We are well pleased with our new professor Hes Green by name but not by nature Mrs Lee Caskey and Miss Fannie DeBusk of Grassy were shopping in Hazel Green Friday last Miss Lois Greening and little brother Alford were visiting this place Sunday and Monday iirc rc 0p 4 j Bernard and Edgar Howard of the Hazel Green academy visited their home in Morgan county Friday Miss Alice Campbell of Grassy creek was visiting her grandpa rents J N Lacy and wife Saturday and Sunday Curtis Rose of Lacy creek passedI through hero Saturday en route to Gillmoro to attend tho funeral ofr Squire Vest Sunday Mrs Oney of this place calledI on Mrs W T Caskoy last week in town ami was glad to find her somewhat improved 4T Brooks loft Tuesday for Olivo Hill Carter county to visit his Uncle Camel Brooks at that place and will be gone some lays Repairing barnsgraineriesgath oring corn digging potatoes and planting onions seems to bo tho principaloccupation of our farm ers at the present John Henry Taul bee a son of tIme InV Pros Taulbee of Frankfurt was visting in Hazel Green lust l week but left for Morgan county to visit his mother Mrs William Allen Nov 5 SUSIE SUNBEAM STILLWATER SPARKLES Granvillb Rose is again putting up goods on Stillwator Quite a largo crowd attended church at tho Old Baptist Sunday B D Rose jr has bought BillC Roses farm on the Baptist branch A littlo child of Jeff Chambers got ono of his arms broken ono day last week Rescue Wells who is teaching school on Holly is visiting his pa rents at this place- littlocliildA of Thrasher Combs and wifo was Imriedat time Card l well graveyard Thursday G B Peck who has been confined to his bed for somo time with fever is some better ii John Pelfrey has a very had legI having cut it sometime ago with an axe It inHumed and made a very bad placeINov 5 CRABAPPLE LANE LILIESIThomas Sewell paid Samuel El kins a visit Saturday night J L Dickey of Campion passed through Lane ono day this week Several of the Hollyites attend ed the speaking at Campion IonI day John Taylor and Miss Lillie Hurst of Pear tree attended church Sunday H F Duncgan preached at Elkins Chapel Sunday and a largo crowd attended J R Elkius made a business trip up to the coal mines on Fro zen a few days ago Wm Murphy and wifo of Morgan paid Isaac Elkins and family a Hying visit from Saturday until SundayJ I Elkiuu will start to Cincinnati in a few days accompanied by his two neices Miss BOle and Lula Elkins Mr Elkins goes on business Nov 5 REX STOPS PAIN Athens Tenn Jan 27 1901 Ever since the first appearance of rlmenses they were very irregular hlp8backbearing down pains In the abdomen During tho past month I hare been tables Win of Cardul and Thedfordfl mackDraught and I passed tho month ly period without pain for tho tiNt time Ill years Neam Davis What is life worth to a woman suffer Ing like Nannie Davis suffered Yet there are women in thousands of homes today wjio are bearing those terrible menstrual pains In silence II you are one of these we want to say that this samo WiNECARDUI will bring you permanent relief Con sole yoursell wilh the knowledge that 1000000 women have been completely cured by Wine of Cardul Thesewom- en suffered from leucorrhoea irregular menses headache che and I bearing down pains Wino of Cardul j will stop all these aches and pains lor you Purchase a 100 bottle of WIpe of Cardul today and take II lathe privacy of your home For aJTlco and Ulentnre rnddms string symp tom The lacunf AdTlwrrlxpKtwMt Tte CtatunooKi jletfldne Co rtmnnooga Tam S l pt 1 tr = I y t j U vv K Till We claim to bo the Lowest Priced Whiskey louse We really tell frh- ttjjj whiskey as low as 110 per gallon and mind you distilledwhiskey IM JjXi not u decoction ofchemicalsbut of course it is new and under proof IjJjS Z II dJOur Mountain Dew 5 year old whiskey is a liquid joy I It Is actu Ml i 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Sample Copy lor the Aiding jlddrtss GOOD TIMES Columbus O JiFlho above magazine free for G months to now Herald subscribers This most have been Hold ten r hand tions 100 Geor Study ROSEWHEELERPRACTICAL BLACKSMiTHs AND WACONMAKERS HAZEL GREEN KY E Invite the attention of the farmers of this vicinity to their im pro ved facilities for blacbBmithing and wagonmaling as well as repair work of all kinds 5 A full force of first daS mechanics insures promptueM in the execution of all work entrusted to them and satisfac fBuggy k our specialties Your patronage iUje specif ully solicited and will be duly apepreciated Respectfully Ac ROSE WHEELER Copies of this paper may be found ci its at the office of our Washington correpond iyWashington 3 J F DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the newsii I A tr 11cf tI wonderful cures made by Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and bladder remedy It is the great medl i cal triumph of the nine t scientific research by I Dr Kilmer the eminent kidney and blad der specialist and wonderfully successful In promptly curing lame back kidney bladder uric acid trou bles and Brights Disease which is the worst form of kidney trouble ji Dr Kilmers SwampRoot is not recommended j I for everything but if you have kid Iney liver or bladder trouble it will be foun Just the remedy you need It has been tested t in so many ways in hospital work in privatIj I practice among the helpless too poor purchase t relief and has proved so successful iinII every case that a special arrangement has papeamay a r bottle sent free by mail also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to j j find out if you have kidney or bladde trouble When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper and II DrKllmerCoBlng1 hamton N Y The distis I regular fifty cent and Dome of s mpRooc dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists It Saved Her Life Goochs Mexican Syrup has ac accomplished a cure in this neigh borhood which has astonished the people Miss Davis was given upIIj to die by her attending physician She had lung fever The said she would die before morning and advised to discontinue his medicine as it was doing her no ij j good Her parents had a bottle ofI GoochsMexicauSyrup andGoochs Quick Relief in the house They at once began to give tho Syrup inl I doses one hour apart and frequent ly bathed her chest with the Relief Before morning QuickII I better and after using a few bot j ties of each she is almost as well1I as ever It was almost like raising i I the dead and has established the reputation of Goochs Mexican I Syrup here as a cough remedy we can sell nothing elsoIJ N SADSIi j Trimble Athens county OIi Goochs Mexican Syrupcures a simple cough as if by magic and is the best remedy for whoopln cough Price 200IrUnitedStatesMarshalPresJackd son arrested Clarence Spelingl Wednesday week at Owingsvilloou a charge of breaking into the postI office four years ago Speling was recently released from the peni tentiary for house breakitJgI There is more Catarrh in this t section of the country than all1 other diseases put together and I until the last few years was sup j I to be incurable Forposed a great many years doctors pronouncedit n a local disease and prescribed 101 cal remedies and by constantly j p failing to cure with local treat t l ment pronounced it incurable II ir Science has proved catarrh to be a constitutional disease and there fore requires consitutional treat I ment Halls Catarrh Cure man ufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is the only consti tutional cure on the market It is taken internally in doses fromI j I 10 drops to a teaspoonful It actsIi y directly on the blood and mucousi surfaces of the system They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure Send for circulars i and testimansals Address FJCUESEYCOToledo O Sold by druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are tho bestII Deputy Uuited States Marshal Mel James retired from the servicet i I I on November 1 owing to a reduc tion in the United States marahal- forceordored I j j at Washington This i is due to the division of the state into two districts rAstouldfag Discovery From Coopersville Mich comes word of wonderful discovery of a pleasant tasting liquid that when used before anyonetroubled ry willsooncurethecough ensuing a good nights restalwaysII = t t threerj generations of our family have j used Dr Kings New Discovery for itspi jiI equal for Coughs and Colds Its an unrivaled lifesaver when used t4 for anteed desperate lung diseases Guar j j atJandz1Sons Campton I drugstores Trial bottles free I At the mouth of Marrowbone fff reek Martin County Jeff Evans fft and Wallace and Samuel Brewer cd in whichCpine l I i1 raj Spreads Like Wildfire I When things are the best they become lithe best selling Abra ham Hare a leading druggist of j Belleville 0 writes Electric t j Bitters are the best selling bitters I have handled in 20 years You know why Most diseases begin in i i disorders stoinachliverkidneys i I bowels blood and nerves Electric Bitters tones Hp tho stomach regulates Iliver kidneys and bowels purfies the blood strengthens the nerves hence cures multitudes of maladies It builds up tho entire system Puts new life and visor into any weak sickly rundown man or woman Price 50 cents HazeldGreen or S S Combs Sons Campton drug stores At Harrodsburg one day last weekSterlingRobenson was award ed fi000 in his damage suit against the Cincinnati Southern railroad Robenson an engineer lost his i Ileft eye by tho breaking of the cubey color glass on the become live j Modern Surgery Surpassed While suffering from a bad case of piles consulted a physicianI who advised me to try a box of Do Witts Witch Hazel Salve says G F Carter Atlanta Ga I procured a box and was entirely cured DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo is a rerj lief instantly and I heartly recommend it to all sufferers Surg ery is unnecessary to euro piles De Witts Witch Hazel Salve will cure nap case Cuts burns bruises I andall otherwoundsarealso quick lly cured by it Beware of counter fats II F PIEKATT Ben Bigstaff our dear ILucIo always carries sunshine withi him wherever he goes was 1with us one night this week on his way to Lexington His friends are innumerable and they always feel stronger and better prepared to fight lifes battles after having eniis ever ready to give lie scatters roses instead of thorns along our friendsgia friend to the friendless and ever has a kind word Tor every body What a worthy example we find in the life of Undo Benj IThat Breathitt XewsII Would you you used Dr Kings Now Life Pills provedStheir matchless merit for Sickand makeIIoneylback if not cured Sold by J T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sons Campton druggists I wRslIselfdoLfense Conley was killed two weeks ago in a gambling house Reliable and Gentle ApilPsapillsaysthosaw But there are pills ana pills You want a pill which is certain thorough ijand gentle Mustnt gripe De Witts Little Early Risers fill the bill Purely vegetable Do not force but assist the bowels to act strengthen and invigorate Small and easy to take H F PIERATT Large picture frames 10x20 for S5X to 125 sold by others for 250 t 300 Small frames in mantleI325 worth 500 100 mirrors for GOB Family bible for 125 worth 300 Other valuable arti clossing out to quit the business at this place Come at once or you will get left J T GEVEDOV KyMcNabbPropertyFor One Fay No 8six roll 8 inch lightning floorer with beading attachment One Fay carriage cutting off saw F BUSH Sos Lexington Ky You cannot buy standard pianos organs buggies sewing machines clocks watches and jewelry as cheap any where else as you can of me Como and see samples andI you will be convinced You do not have to risk your money with mail order houses tf J To GEVEDON I Henry Pieratt bought all theII picture frames the agent of the had left over 50 per cent sold them JI P2o and if you i move in aII going like hot 52tf rs J x j A X S e ASTHMA CURE FREE AstHmsttene VvlngsXnHtnnt Rellctf suul ipcttjuanejxt Cux u in All CfeiHetf SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL WHITE TOUR NAME AM AUIHIIXS MAIMY t CiW D h O 1rG YEARS and There is nothing like ASTHMAIKXK It brings instant relief in worst cases It cures all else failsThe hey C F WEILS of Villa Ridge Illsays Your trial bottle of Asthma in good condition cannot tell you how thankful feel for the good derived Irom it wnsn luve chained with putrid sore throat and Asthma 10 year despaired of ever being cured Isaw your advertisement the cure of this torment ing disease and you had averspoken yourselves but resohcd to give it my astonishment the trial acted Send me fullsize bottle 0Rev Dr Morris Wechsler of the Cong llnai Israel Xrw YOrK January 190- 1Das TAVT Bros MEDICIXK Co Gentlemen Your Asthmalene is an ex cellent remedy for Asthma and Hay Fever and its composition alleviates all troubles which combine with Afcthma success is astonishing and After it carefully nnnl zed we can state that Atthmalene contains no opium morphine chloroform or ether Very truly yours REV DK MORRIS WECHSLER 0AvoN Srrasos N Y February 1901 DR TAFT Bnos Mi iCixn Co Gentlemen write this testimonial from cease of duty having tested the wonderful street of your Asthmalene for the cure of Asthma My wife has been afflicted with spasmodic asthma for the past It years haying exhausted my own skill as well as many otherrlarced to see your sign upon your window on 130th street New York Tat once obtained bottle Aslhmalcne My wife commenced taking it about the first of November Ivery soon noticed radical improvement After using one bottle the Asthma has disappeared and she is entirely free from all arejO D PHELPS M D DK TAIT isms MED Co February 5 IOI Gentlemen was troubled with Asthma for 22 years have tried riumeruin but they have all failed Iran across your advertisement and started with trial bottle found relief at once have since purchased your fullsize bottle and am ever grateful have family of four children and for year was unable to work am now in the best of and am doing business every day This testimony you can make such use of as you see fit Home address itf Kiviugtou street S RAPHAEL C7 East 12tHh street New York City TIBottle S zlt ibJ04outeJy Fcc on Receivt QJ XustaL Do not delay Write at once addressing DR TAFT 15UOS MEDICINE COMPANY 79 East 130th Street New York City SOLD BY A3QI DRUGGISTS Nagaqs trocn f9 g dl tr lfW J- tro WhskeM rrDIREc i CONSUMERI WHISKEY IN JUGS Il 1agansN Hagans Old Rye or Bourbon fj years old per gallon 200 S Hagans Old Rye or Bourbon 7 years old per 275 jyj rHagans Old Rye or Bourbon S years old per gallon BOOI livvx ff fi TTs Si S WHISKEY IN CASES IWe will send 4 full quarts of Hagans Rye or Bourbon 10 year old for 250 G full quarts for 500 or 12 full quarts for 1000 packed in plain case no marks with corkscrew and etched glass express charges prepaid We do not prepay express charges on whiskey under 3 per gallon SSwSS DRINK HAGANS RYE SPECIAL PRICE LISTWo quote the following Brands whiskies bottled and cased Stoll it Co Lexington Ky Old Elk 4s 12 bottles per case 1200 Old Elk 4s G GOO Bond it Lillard 12 bottles case 1200 Bond Lillard 4s G GOO Bond it Lillard 5s 12 Bond it Lillard 5s 0 550 Old Tarr 5c 12 bottles per case 1000 G bottles per case 500 Ashland 5s 12 bottle per case 1000 G bottles per case 500 Old Elk is bottled in bond and also free the other whiskies are bottled free only You run no risk whatever in sending us your order We guarantee every shipment we mako to be exactly as represented If goods are not entirely satisfactory ship them back and your money will bo refunded We do ship goods C 0 D Please make 11 remittances payable to The Hagan Distilling Company References The Lexington City National Bank or Stoll Co largest distiller in State Address THE HAGAN DISTILLING Co LEXINGTON KY A Farm tor Sale1 I will sell my farm of 169 ACRES = Consisting of about 80 acres of cleared grassandthe Good Frame Dwelling House of four rooms ana good drilled well if never failing water and outhouses cribs stables also two tenant houses There is Fine Vein of the BEST tem which several thousand bushels are each year farm is one and one goodbargainI CoenHazel + z L 1 f oven the j when hoe received I I I for I for Asthma thought a trial To like a charm a r Rabbi a 1 i Its i wonderful having 1 I a l a I a o I I remedies a I I I I six I health 1 SJ t 5 i gallon ft r f f S f f f s S S of by 4s por 1100 I not a a COAL sold The r r tt Winttu ntr atL1t j IIWIXCIIESTtR KY IIY H WITHERSPOOV President R D HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 10000000 Surplus 2000000 Handsome deposit of 40421648 This Bank solicits the accounts of mer chant farmers traders and business men Kentuckyand andtheI otlegitimate Cs A LYNCH RETKESEXTIX- OABWER BARNES SCO Wholesale Dry Goods Notions CnAKTFSTOX W VA andyou p3 JiiSP tI lexingtonS = tLOUJS I STRAUS IY9 r Annonn m Is How lHow All Former Efforts Goods and Lowest Prices E 0 nn 1 1 ar ftn509worth 12 = Mens Overcoats SlUn worth 5 = Mens Overcoats S399 worth S f vE Overcoat 115 worth 25 J aA of Alfred f f the best inthe World g Best UolloSlit Fine I REMEMBERwont until surpased make store hgadquax ers arc in STRAUS i State of Kentucky The Agricultural and Mechanical State College of Kentucky offers the following courses of study viz Agricultural Horticultural Chemical IHoIopical Mathematical Normal School Classical Mechanical Knuinrering Electrical Engineering Civil Engineering each of which extend over lour year and leads to a degas lost graduate loure of tUly are also provided leading each to a masters lach course of study is organized a separate faculty The general faculty numbers more than thirty professors and instructors County receive tuition room rent in dormitories expensesThe ieand modern The lat IxjiNlature appropriated for a college home for women audit drill hall and gymnasium has been provided for men bytllrtrGraduates from the several courses of readily find excellent posi tions and liberal remuneration The demand iii largely iti excess of the ability of the college to supply ILast year the matriculation list was 1J20 For catalogues method of obtaining appointments information courses of study and terms of aduiiMon apply to I JAMES K PATTERSON Ph D LL D President Or to Prof D C FRAZEE Business Manager Lexington Ky t5 Fall Term begins September 10th 1901 R CRAWFORD CO I Stock Commission TilE AIE OF Cattle Sheep Union Stock ALSO Yards CINCINNATI O I Stock Yards KY We have an Easters for all desirable stock at highest prices Consignments solicited All correspondence cheerfully answered BRY 9 DATTIOLE51 7 OCE S91- VI STREETKY- QFThe 0 patronage of mountain merchant is ited and all orders will prompt attention JA DAYfr IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE HAZEL GREEN KY Has in stock a stock of GOODS in even i Iiousuinunderbuy I HUGHES GHILL FALATAIILK Better than Calomeland Quinine Contrins no Arsenic THE lid UKIIAJLK TonicGuaranteed0 s ea OWISGIFortyIIughesTouica a great remedy Chills all malarial fevers I DESCRIPTIOISEOFFICE IXALL CASES SIlver Wganaotto EUgs have WyandotteEggs These Are setting raiseftoroughbredIi BRED C8ICKF nolonger OCKJFint 6c4 it Great GIotning iloilse I GUS LEXINGTON Pall and Willter nt = line Co OUR DEPARTMENTIfTo TIc the Our SurpassedBest complete Benjamin Clothing MERCHANT TAILORIXG Acknowledged npI under 30000 young W FOR outlet solic have Boys Clothing Bops Clothing Boys Clothing Boys Clothing Uoys Suits cents worth 100 Boys Suits cents worth 200 =Boys Suits lf4 worth 250 Boys Suits 0worth 400 TRUNKS stock the State this department Invest One Dollar you get Our Prices Former effort = Come our your You welcome Trunks endless variety LOLS US = IEXNGTC 9K College degree Appointees study regarding Live Merchants Hogs Cincinnati Bourbon LOUISVILLE Am t- w E- G IJIIIIi LEXINGTON respectfully DEALER magnificent UPTODATE cttiebuying TONIC LOOK STIUCII IN TIJIK Saves nine Hughe Tonic springaFallMalarial levers Acts tin liver Rvntfin WAseffrs Justwhat vou need at season IT NEVER PAILS and Ituttl proves for i lIUIUtJU COINCOUFOKATKD LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY J tV CHEAPLY AN IA Q PUmIPTLYEXECUTEDAJ THIS AND SATJFAGTION GUABAMEED I Buy a 7 l i at 49 at 99 at 11 at rTRUNKS Largest Iin in and T A cast on and tones l the this iItT J 2 up I oooooooooooooooo OIog Made Perfect in Fit Full in Seat and flipS O O 5 Are andBetter 8 g 8 TaHAZEL IeDont IIinlIlTII IIIII IT OBE uJ It NATURES DOCTOR FOR MANKIND 11 CURES Rheumatism r DiptheriaLa Brights Disease Blood Poisoning Kidney Liver and Stomach Troubles Female Complaint Catarrh and General Debility IT CURES 1 WHEN ALL ELSE FAILS I RDAD THE TESTIMONY OP TWO WELL KNOWN CITIZENS OP WOLP Mr Cooper Hazel Green Ky I purchased some of the Vita Ore of you in the latter part of March and after theVitaOrewere as steady = as when I was 16 years of age and Ism now past 75 For more than a year I had been trying all the patent medicines andnostrums I could hear of to build myself up but nothing did me any good until I used Vitu Ore which my wife brought me from your house After it threelaysyears and I was not more fatigued than I was 25 years ago over the same work It is the grandest medicine in the world tad I want everybody in the mountains A to know what it did for ro4trytired buyYita trial I remain than fnlly yours for putting me on to this remedy JAMES LACY I can vouch for every word Mr Lacy in andbought forhimfaithinmanytlJingsalso used Vita inbetterattribute years which I useISOUTHEY LACY Lacy Creek Ky June 1 1901 aVita Ore is E1 a package whick makes 1 quart of Elixer Dose One teaspoonful in glass of water Mailed tony f address on receipt of price Address OOPERHA e 3 eti xti