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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 ADVERTISING RATES I I 0Io0rH 1 year 3 00 H- 1 year t 00 n i M 2 Inches 1 year 10 00 x p iAnllooneementBState 1000 CountyoficersCo1 11f officers 300 rails on or political writeups InrilliI Obituaries Tributes dc pre by us 8Kc a line where copy 1 is furnished same as locals 5c a line U ye e 3r Lr j TJ 3g Rr x jtrv aj CUSTOMERS THE HAZEL GREEN HERALDEstablished March 41885 Made Famous in tho Story of His Continent by Max ORell SEVENTEENTH HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER M 1001 NUMBER 18 COOIER Otrner anti EditorPopular Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky MountainsAlwarys lu YEAR Advance I j I beeninKind You sijmatnro of Ziu and has been made under his per infancyAllovAll Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are butExperiments that trifle with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIAt Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare f goric and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates Ute Food regulates tho sleepxGENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS r rf Bears the Signature of n The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years 7wa eawrau eoM7 n l7ea etsan Ncwveaa CITI A BUSINESS TRAINING AT THE LEXINGTON 4 BUSINESS i COLLEGE HAS IN FIFTY Jonathan and nor I Gives capitalized results I1by for Business Life and Insuring Employment to the ambitious and worthy 100 invested in this school has been the means of help ing thousands to positions cl honor and trust WHY NOT YOU- GETTING A START in WITH A CASH CAPITAL a Business Education is necessary without it such a training is indispensable OUR CATALOGUE out lining our several courses and circulars showing you what others are doing 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 PREPARE for Civil t Service positrons under Government Selectionsprepare 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 l FREE First Lessons in Shorthand wth Complete Instructions for the begin x plicationEARN by working for us at your home during t t explainsWITIN WRITING be stop to state you saw our ad in THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD Address BENJAMIN B JONES President LEXINGTON KY t Tile Indu trial Mutual DDepositD CCo1 3rL OF LEXINGTON KY INCORPORATED The Pioneer and Leader in Weekly Investmentfi Field in Kentucky NEW AND APPROVED CONTRACT JUST ISSUED Pays 40 per cent oer annum on All Money Invested Redeems all Contracts in 156 Weeks IIITHREE PAID 53 WEEKS OVER IL OVER 73000 YEAR SPKXCEK Most Drops preparing everythingWE homeWE 17000000 PASSED TO THE RESERVE AND THE SURPLUS FUND 1 TIts patrons are among tho leading business men and women JU all the different callings of life Keops its promises to tho letter Run by men of business landing and capacity Address 77 East Short Lexington Ky Y J H BAKER Secretary and Manager IIJ F SADLER CoWEstablished in 1865 COMMISSION MERCHANTS FOR TIlE SALE OF OaIIeRogsSfteOpz Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI O a Long Distance TelepUon WEST 101 j pLiberalcuh advances made upon consignment and sales guaranteed z rEe a let IWII PIIQIIQD1 IjIE 9EIIiD Grace ii Sufflaau man to ills Son II i j John Graham at the Union Stock- Yards in Chicago to Pierre pont Graham at Waldorf Astoria New York IRepublicI twists Pierropont around the point like n setter pup chasing his tail But I gathor from it that you want to spend a couple of 1 months in Europe before coming on here and getting your nose in i the bull ring Of course you are your own boss now and you ought t to be able to judge better than any 1 ono else how much time you havo to waste but it seems to me on general principles that a young man of 22 who is physically and mentally sound and who hasnt I got a dollar and has never earned one cant be getting on somouodyd pay roll too quick And in this connection it is only fair to toll 1 I you that I have instructed tho cashier to discontinue your allowance afterJuly 15 That gives you two weeks for a vacation enough to make a sick boy well or a lazy 1 one lazier- I hear a good deal about menI who wont take vacations and who will kill themselves by overwork but its usually worry or whiskey j Its not what a man does during j working hours but after them that breaks down his health A fellow and his business shovld be bosom friends in the office and jI sworn enemies out of it A clear j mind is one that is swept clean of busniess at G oclock every night i and isnt opened up for it again j until after the shutters are taken i down next morning Some fellows leave the oflico at night and start out to whoop it up i with the boys and some go home and sit up with their troublesw theyre both in bad company They re the men who aro always nOtJds ing vacations and never getting any good out of them What every man does need once a year is a change of work that is if ho has been curved up over a desk for 50 weeks and subsisting on birds and burgundy he ought to take to fish ing for a living and try bacon and eggs with a little spring water for dinner But coming from Harvard g to the packinghouse would give you change enough this year tokeep you in trim even ifyou didnt havo a fortnights leeway to run loose You will always find it a safe rule to take a thing just as quick as it is offeredespecially a job It is nev er easy to get one except when you dont want it but when you have to get work and go after it with a gun youll find it as shy as an oldii crow that every farmer in the county has had a shot at When I was a young fellow and out of a place I always made it a rule to take the first job that offer ed and to use it for bait Youcan J I catch a minnow with a worm and a bass will take your minnow A f good fat bass will tempt an otter and then youve got something worth skinning Of course theres no danger of your not being able to get a job with the housein fact there is no real way in which you can escape getting one but I dont like to see you shy off every time the old man gets close to you with tho halter I want you to learn at the outset not to play with the spoon before you take the medicine Putting t off an easy thing makes it hard i and putting off a hard ono makes it impossible Procrastination is i the longest word in tho language but theres only ono letter between 1 their ends when they occupy their f proper places in the alphabet Old Dick Stover for whom I ouce clerked in Indiana was the worst 1 hand at procrastinating that I over saw Dick was a powerful hearty eater and no one ever loved meal time better but ho used to keep turning over in bed mornings for just another wink and stavingoff getting up until finally his wife combined breakfast and dinner on him and he only got two meals a day He was a mighty religious man top but he got to putting off IIJj saying his prayers until after ho r Lvi 4 7 4C M W was in bed and then ho wouldI keep pasbiig them along until his mind was clear of worldly things I and in the end ho would drop off to sleep without saying them at all What between missing the Sunday t morning service and never being seen on his knees tho first thing Dick know he was turned out of church Ho had a pretty II thoII business when I first went him but ho would keep putting firing his bad clerks until they had lit out with tho petty cash and ho would keep putting off raising the salaries of his good ones until his competitor hud hired1II them away Finally he got so that he wouldn tdiscoun t his bills oveni when he had the money and whenIi they came duo ho would givo note- so i as to keep from paying out hisi crash a little longer Running a business on those lines is of course equivalent to making a will infavor of the sheriff and committing suicide to so that ho can inherit Tho last I hoard of Dick ho was 93I years old and just about to din That was 10 years ago and Ill beti hes living yet I simply mentionIi Dick in passing as an instance off how habits rule a mans life There is ono excuse for every mistake a man can make but only ono When a fellow makes the same mistake twice hes got to throw up both hands and own up to carelessness or cussedness Ofr course I knew that you wouldI make a fool of yourself pretty oft en when I sent you to college andI havent been disappointed But pxpectod you to narrow down tho tho uumberjof combinations pose blo by making a different sort of a fool of yourself every time Thais t the important thing unless aI fellow has too lively an imagina tion or has none at all You are bound to try this European fool ishness sooner or later but if youI ill wait a few years you will approach it it in an entirely cliffere- nspiritdud you will como back witha good deal of respect for tho people who have sense enough to stay at home- I piece out from your letter that you expect a few mouths on tin other side will sort of put a polish on you I dont want to seem pessimistic but I have seen hundreds of boys graduate from college and- o I over with the same idea andI they didnt bring back a great dealI except a few trunks of badly fitting clothes Seeing tho world is like charity it covers a multitude of sins and like charity it ought to begin at home Culture is not a matter of change of climate Youll hear more about Browning to tho square foot in the Mississippi Valley than you willl in England And theres as muchI art talk on tne Lake Front as ii I the Latin Quarter It may belittle a different but its there- I went to Europe once myself was pretty raw when I left Chicago and I was pretty sore when I got back Coming and going I was simply sick In London for the first time in my life I was takenI for an easy thing Every time I went into a store there was a but1I movement Tho clerks all knocked off their regular work and started in to mark up prices They used to tell me that they didnt have any gold brick menI over there So they dont They deal in pictures old masters theyr call thom I bough t youknow tho ones those hanging in the waitingroom at the stock yards and when I got back I found out that they had been painted By a measly little follow who went to Paris to study art after Bill Harris found out that ho was no good as- a settling clerk I keep em to re mind myself that theres no fool like an old American fool when ho gets this picture paresis The fellow who tried to fit me out witha coatofarms didnt find mo so easy I picked mine when I first went into business for myself charging steer and its registered- at I Washington Its my trademark of course and thats tho only coatofarms an American merchant has any business with Itst penetrated to every quarter of the globe in the lost 20 years and ev C c R ery soldier in tho world has carried knapsackItake just as much pride in iit as tho fellow who inherits Iris and cant find any place to put it exI hisiletter head and its a heap more Ii profitable Its got so now that every jobber in tho trade knows that it stands for good quality and thats till any EnglishmansII eolttof arms can course an Americans cant stand for anything much generally its tho hirnodinthuskin brand of snob After the way some of tho do scendants of tho old Now York Dutchmen with the hoe and Eng lisa general storekeepers haves turned out I sometimes fool a little uneasy about what my grcalgrand children may do but woll just stick to tie trademark and try to live up to it while tho old mans in tho saddle I simply mention these things in a general way I lawn no fears for you after youve been at work for a few years and hue struck an average between the packing r house and Harvard then if you want to graze over a wider range it cant hurt you But for the present you will find yourself pret j ty busy trying to get into the winj uing class Your affectionate fnjj tier JOHN GKAIIAM The Childrens Friend Youll have a cold this winter Maybe you have one now Your children will suffer too For coughs croup bronchitis grip and other winter complaints Ono Minute Cough Cure never fails Acts promply It is very pleasant toI tho taste and perfectly harmless IC B George Winchester Ky writes Our little girl was attacked with croup late ono night and was so hoarse she could hardly spoakJ We gave her a few doses of OnoI Minute Cough Cure It relieved totsleep When she awoke next morn inn she had no signs of hoarseness j or croup IL F PIEUATT Candidate For Enrolling Clerk We acknowledge tho receipt ofII a handsome picture of Mrs W Fjj Schooler associate editor of tho Morehend Advance who is a ro publican candidate for enrolling clerk of the lower house of thoII Kentucky legislature Our citijj zeus remember Billy Schooler who was an attache of TnE HEIIALD a few years since and the lady mentioned here is his wife Per sonally we have not tho pleasure of her acquaintance but the editor J of the Register pUblished at Rich mond whore she was raised suysE that sho is a most lovely specimen of her sex and her picture is pre possessing In the event no demos cratic lady enters the lists there fore we are for Mrs Schooler both for her own sake and because sheII is Billys helpmate A Physician Testifies I havo taken Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and havo never used anything in my life that did me the good that did says County Physician Goo W Scroggs of Hall county Ga Being a physician I lawn prescribed it and found it to give the best results If tho food you eat remains undigested in your stomach it decays there and pois I I ons the system You can prevent this by dieting but that means starvation Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat You need suffer from neither dyspepsia nor starvation The worst cases quick ly cured Never fails H F PIERATT rSiY I l ft NtiFBiLLw To cure SICK HEADACHE HABITUAL CONSTIPATION and all diseases arising from In digestion The wUl purify your blood and make youroomplsxlon as FAIR AS A LILY They are gelatin oeated PMCEM CENTS I Sold by J M Rose HazeJ Green lily s c- rot h 1 3irlj1 Colds U I had a terrible cold and could hardly breathe I then tried Ayers Cherry Pectoral and it gave me im mediate reliefW Layton Sidell 111 coughIablyf a then a cough then bron chitis or pneumonia and consumptionCoughs downward Stop this downward tendency by taking Ayers Cherry Pec toral tans sizes 2ScMct AU dtulda default your doctor If be It then do u ha ay If he tellyou not to take It then dont take tt He knows Lean it with him We are willing- J U AYElt CO Lowell Mai In Charge of the Music Miss Mabel L Crosse who has been at tho head of tho musical department at Hazel Green acad emy for the past two years arrived hero last week from her homo at Hiram Ohio whore for the past three months sho has been confined with typhoid fever She and a sister and brother had tho fever at one time Miss Mabel is quito a favorite with allespecially the music students and has given en tire satisfaction with her classes so that her return was both wel come and opportune 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 Salvo Its tho worlds best for or uptionssoresandall skin diseases Only 25c per box Sold by J T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sous Campton Democrats Gain Over 200 Eight of nine precincts of Magof fin county givo Adams over 200 majority Precincts not hoard gave a democratic majority in 1900 of 149 Seven out of nine precincts give Coffee republican for senator 261 majority Two ecincts not heard from gave democratic majority in 1900 of 100 Democrats elect superintendent of schools The democratic gain in tho county is over 200- WANTEDTrustworthy men and women to travel and advertise for old establishedhouseof solid finan cial standing Salary 780 a year and expenses all payable in cash No canvassing required Give refer ences and enclose selfaddressed stamped envelope Address Mana gor 855 Caxton Bldg Chicago tf Chinese Premier is Dead Li Hung Chang died at 11 a m- on tho 7th inst His burialclothes were put on before the great states man drew his last breath The courtyard of time Yamen was filled with lifesizo paper horses and chairs with coolio bearers which his friends are sending in accordance with Chinese customs to be buried when ho dies in order to carry his soul to heaven Healthy Children Are Happy Mothers Worm Syrup makes children healthy by expelling the worms that make them ill Child ren eat it on bread Sublett and Morris Elected All precincts in Morgan county report a majority for Sublett dem ocratic candidate far senator in the Thirtyfourth district COS Re publicans concede the election of Sublett Morris candidate for the legislature in tho Ninetyfirst district composed of Morgan and Wolfe counties is elected by over ono thousand votes Vitame Ore will relievo you of all aches and pains Agents wanted stampSpencer When you have head ache or bySH F Pioratt Hazel Green tf- WANTEDA bright polito boy who can spell read and write to learn the printers trade 12 to 16 years of age Apply at this office THE HERALD and Monthly World one dollar a year in advance J- iifett 1 h oOr kJ V1i J SUBSCRIPTION RATES j One year auvauce100 o Six month 55 Three months 30 p Single copy 00 I indieateSItime a tt S 5I2aI +COUNTY + DIRECTORY CIRCUIT COURT FourthMondayinSeptemher r JudgeAVANSANTMnterCommisloaerC 0COUNTY COURT monthGJudgeW SheriffG JailerGEO Attorney SurveyorFRANK Coronero t MAGISTRATES COURTS TIME OP HOLDING AND OFFICIALS FIRST DISTRICT ELIAS SHOCKEY court Magistrate No time set for holding SECOND 1 RJRos ConstableThursday inFebruary May August and November THIBD DISTRICT W B DUFF Mag ConstubleCourtFebruary May August and November LEGoMllgistrateCountableCourtMarch June September and December CIIAsmnsugMagistrate BANKS ThirdFridayaodNovember OLlNlagistrateConstableCourt MarchJuneEIGHTH DISTRICT GEORGE OLIVER settime Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table In Effect Oct 20 190L EAST BOUND STATIONS ezlDailyexSunday I I Lexington Winchester 111IIejAIlre LEJuucn 3 07 37 am Clay City 3 40 13 a- mstantoo13 51 pml8 23 am 20 54 am Jackson Oeattyve Jc14 56 00 34 pmI1130 pm 08 amII WEST BOUND I No1 INo 3 STATIONS Daily ex Daily ex Sunday Sunday Jackson 6 25 am 1 20 pm Jcl e pmTorrentpmNatBridgepmStanton 7 pmLEJuucnpmWineheaterpmLexingtonI ManagerCBASSCOTT T It MORGAN 8 P A 1 L011ISYIYILE TIN AND STOVE COMPANY Jobbers and Dealers I- aSTONE SJapaned and Tinware c LOUXBV1LLEsKY DILLER BENNETT WHOLESALE FURNITURE ateWholesalei Dealer in the South LOUIsville Ky JJJSIDIII6BBIIIICO ism Manufacturers and Jobbers of e MENS i i tdo BOYSClOTHINCI 607 W MAIN STREETLOUISVILLE KYvifk REHfeEVERSONSCO 11 WHOLESALE G SADDLERY F to 508512 W MAIN STREET lS tLOUISVILLE KY t CAYLATTRADE MARKi COPYRICNTiASIODEliUSN- itlef1d10arbYardlteet toW aaTe time coati less bcU- erree1MuahI tai mu 1 atraru t tuaar rlxrtlimr iksq ha neta tu+ M i u tat u1 wlYwt tlarya e N E TILMi 1f 1 wlNtltdtrelt swt 1 THE HERALD I 11 SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY November Mf 1901 st THE laying of the corner stone of the new building for the academy will record an event in the history of Hazel Green that generations yet un born will point to with pride The articles there depositedi maynot again 1 be seen by the eye of man for a half century or more during which timeS the advance in education will have been wonderful and the people who then view the va rious articles that are today sealed up in that cornerstone may have cause to smile at the situation of this time We are proud to know that among the articles deposited today will be two copies of THE HERALD one bearing date of the event and the other a copy I tofthe boom edition which in augurated the current volume While the people of today do not appreciate the paper as they ought those who arc present when these copies are ta ken from their repository iin years to come will realize the importance of the efforts we are now making and mayhap sympathize with us in the struggle we are making to give to their ancestors a firstclass country paper The improve ments in the art preservative tamTc whichelnpses between now and the date of the demolition of the building we today dedicate our paper may appear to to those uponitprinters to the people of this generation The articles thatI are deposited in the cornerstone should include a roll of honor that is a list of those who contributed to the pur chase of the site for the neat ern3rrthat the generations yet to enter upon the stage of ac- tionr pele p 1 fare of all who were to come after them On the whole the event is one that willmark a new era in the cause of educa- tionr in Eastern and tthethe cornerstone willstand as a monument to time memory of the Christian Womans Board of Missions and to those of our citizens who fostered the enter prisecare proud that Itofis our privilege to be repre- senteda both by our paper and1 as a contributor to the cause f i r and the young man and Joungjj a woman of that day and gener ntion will know that years be fore the era of their birth tlleof friends oftoday looked forwardl I to the future and gave of their means that this school should be perpetuated for them and their children and childrens N Hazael 9 I Green academy known today as the cheapest and best i school in Eastern Kentucky grow in grace even unto the tenth generation and may the principal Prof W H Cord t live to a green old age to en t joy the laurels lie has so fuitht fully fought for and then be crowned with and at the la be gathered to his reward A partial list of articles that isfete to be deposited follows Photo of Ron W O Mize u r Photo of judge G B SwangoPhoto of DaPhotoy H Cord Copy of MISsionary TidingsCopy of THE HERALD 1 Copy ofTE HERALD Nov July 1 Bite1t 11jj iIi r J ft t 1r J t S j f j ti cade130- YGCORNERSTONE LA Thursday Noti1419011 Oclock p m f + PROGRAMME i Song America Students of H G A Welcome W H Cord Principal H G A Prayer W 0 Mize ono of the Founders Scripture and Pra- yerSonFoundatiolsStudents of H G A- AtldressRev II D Clark Mt Sterling Ky Address Mrs Ida W Harrison Pres Ky C W BML- edngton Ky Songthe LostStudents of II G A- AddressMrs Helen E Moses Nat Sect C W B M Indianapolis Incl Address Prof S M Jefferson Kentucky University Lexington Ky Putting documents in stone and putting stone in place during SougShout the Tidings of Salvation BENEDICTION ra CHARLEY SUBLETT is elected by about 500 majority an 1 Jesse Morris gets there by 1000js the latest information we can get Kentucky returned an old time democratic majority t j on the nth inst and t some of the republican strong 1 holds their calculations were knocked into a coded ha tt Pike county for instance which has nearly always been found in the republican col1t umn changed front this tintsold sends a democrat to rep iresent her interests in the gen1 eral assembly Pike is one of tthe border counties and bordl ers on West Virginia which rank with republicanism li l she has become enlightened 1 sufliciently to realize that her 1proper place is with the dom1 crats sold the result is that she ffalls into line READ Gov Eeckhams letl tor to Goy Durbin of IndianaI tthe figurehead who holds the chair of chief executive in that taper but who is handled by j his henchmen as the whipper jin of England handles Ii jhounds Our governor ski jthe Indiana man and ripen jhis cowardly carcass in all corruption And he is backed jin all he says by the official records Durbin is lacking inl backbone or ho would have tthe manhood to turn over Taylor and Finley He knows tthey are criminals and by Ii isrefusal to deliver them over jhe becomes a party to the con S111aCYsMEMBERS of the administration are much disturbed by the officialI news from the Philppines and one them said to a friend a day or ttwo ago I wish that we were wellI rid of the islands Doubtless tthere are others who think the same way Not only are bushwhacking parties of Filipinos al1 most constantly butchering small1 parties of our soldiers but troubles J various sorts are increasing instead of decreasing in the portions of the islands that are under civilI government A native of Manila who holds oilier under the U S military government of that city and is now in Washington openly says that the only way the United1 States can successfully govern the Philippines for a long time to como is by military force REAR ADMIRAL SCJILEY says he will get in all his witnesses including himself this week Every thing has been going his way for the past week and he is a jolly tar for a fact enElectric Belt on Trial stTointroduce it and obtain age I the undersigned firm will eon of their Electric Belts on trial on the following terms 100 be paid in ten days if the B oftto proves beneficial and the balance 200jtobe paid in sixty days thGUeTFuflrtsits a cure These Be fare a positive cure for Rheumatism Neuralgia Kidney trouble Stomach and Liver trouble Asthma etc Address at once GEEMAN ELECTRIC AGENC- Ytf POBoxI874NewYorkNY i cfv cc tjt fJ= GOVERNOR BECKHAMS LETTE 1coTo Gov Durbin of Indiana ins wering Indianas Excuse for 1AnExecutive Tersely 1In addressing Governor Durbin saysIlSirYour refusal to honor re quisitious some time ago sent you by mo asking for the extradition of W S Taylor andCharles Finley fugitives from justice from this state charged with being accessories to the murder of William I Goebel was not unexpected butj he remarkable letter was with which you accompanied the return of tho papers is indeed a surprise to mo and sincerely regret the necessity of this reply reliSiucurredt I t i id campaign obligations which com mitted you to these two valuable adjuncts to your political fortunes and that they had been promised immunityi from arrest under requisitions from Kentucky authorii tins in the event of your election as governorThis cotI theII your office You are at least entitled tsto credit for having faithfully car agreements doingsotfiitsce upon h high position you bold But even with this understand ling of your embarrassing position confronted as you were on o side by law and justice and on the other by a miserable political bar yisou d obligations of your office and the courteous relations that existi among chief executives of various as to go out of your way to offer gratuitous insult to the peo pie of Kentucky and to cast reflec tion upon the courts and public officials of the state If these slanderous charges had comp from you as one individual then they would be treated with silent contempt as they so justly deserve but as they come from you as the governor ofa great state I shall not hesitate to hold you up to public scorn and show how unjust and unfounded are the willful and inexcusable misrepre sentations in your letter Passing on from showing how you have disregared the constitu tion and law of your country I will proceed to show how you have perverted the record in the recent trial of Caleb Powers and sought by such action to bring discredit upon an honorable and upright judge whose life of public service has been unstained by a single dis honorable act and whose charac ter as a man and as a jurist stands unimpeached among the good people of his state You criticize the recent trial Judged theIjury You say in your letter that he instructed it that it might con vict on the testimony of one al testimonyitser alleged accomplice j that it might convict the defendant for the act of another man to which etcYe state ct iL l ment is I produce from the record the exact instruction of the Judge in that case ou this point Eighth The jury cannot convict the deI fondant upon the testimony of an accomplice or accomplices unless the testimony be corroborated by other evidence tondicg to connect the defendant with the commis sion of the offense and corrol oration is not sufficient if it merely shows that the offense was com mitted and the circumstances thereofIs thi ia manly vflly to attack anyone s it right and proper to manufact re evidence to blacken if possible his character l You insinuate too that the Judge had been influenced in his trials of these cases by his aspira tions as a candidate for the United States senate If what rumor speaks is true you are not above suspicion in that respect yourself and the rancorous spirit of your letter shows that you are making a bid for the support of the impli cables and radicals in your ow party with a view to that end I doubt the wisdom of your policy to secure such an honor Emulate His Example shippeRd a car load of hogs to Cincinnati nsigning them to W R Craw ford Co commission moo ofj that city whose ad appears in our paper If allof ourpeople worked o1 the same principle that Mr Swan go does THE HEHALD would sows lack for advertising patronage He ships more hogs thou any man in the mountain but he will nett ship to a man who thinks too lit tie of his business to advertise in his Mr Swangos home paper Crawford tC Co keep their ad in TIlE HERALD and in consequence keep the trade of Mr Swango which pays them very handsomely on their investment Ho partron ized them because they had an ad in our paper found them fair and square and has continued with them He says indeed that us long as they advertise they shall have his business or a good share of it at least Why dont other friends of the paper do as Will does They would profit by it and it would certainly help us CASTOR IIAFor Infants and Children Tli Kind You Hart Always Bought Bears the nj V TSTof9iguature of C 74 When you havo head ache or bySH F Pieratt Hazel Green tf TO TUB DEAF A sick lady cured of her deafness and noises io the head by Dr Nicholson Artificial Ear Drums gave 10000 to his Institute so that deaf people unable to themnfree Address No 44SG The Nicholson Inntttute 780 Eighth Avenue Sew York IlvIBlank School Reports for use of teachers of public schools for sale at this office 100 50 cents j 200 75X j 300 100 r31walADIEsrwAT r31 8il1vcr This size 18k Gold weight flat or oval style good RingII KingsInoval J also Set Rings We have beauties in Opals Emeralds Rubies and Diamonds for young la babyPrices FRED JJI HEINTZ Manufacturing Jeweler East Main Kt near PostofBce LEXINGTON KYI J j d Cf 1 rV a WANTED Trustworthy mm and women to travel and advertise fur old established house of solid1 ihian cial standing Salary 780 a year cU5hIsates and enclose self addressed stamped envelops Address Mana ger 355 Caxton Bldg Chicago tf Pileine Cures Piles Money refunded if it ever fjiils 3Z1MJJ1 11 CECIL BROS tCarryl t 4 Groceries ami are nmv Mukfd with L Golden Knit Flour at iAI icr luDiw 0 4 Hi sack Table 811IIlIh 5e- Arhiicle4 Collee 12jc b Good Green Cuflee only lOc ILilht Ilrown Stiijar ilcliuld Tomato alMii I IrV N I IJun dastard JOcNSaiifaye 15f h+ Ac Ac Jo Fancy Candles a SPecfany rJ LZ tLLLo Blue GrassBursaries i 19afnFruit and Ornamental Trees Grape Vine Small Fruity Asparagus mad everything fu Orchard avn and Garden We sea direrl at right pricey to the pluulr nil have no agents General Catalogue on application to both telephones II IF IIIIIKXMEYER ritoxE 270 Lexington Kj H G ROBINSON BEATTYVILLE KY forsrtL HUGHES CO LOUISVILLE KY Manufacturers of HighGrade ViJ1Cgtl c id FL Solicits orders from tin tncrcliniitu of the mountains andI yuirnnte s siti faelidii A mail order u ill rcrrive prompt attention A now first iilss cafe for ladies and gentlemen has Wen opened in the POitoI tho delicacies of th season are served in lirstclus style Ladie especially are iuvite41I ATTENTION LOTOlV Sidewalks Must Now He Built There are a number of sMrwdks in the town only partly built or badly built which JcdlilatillllSrpasenicntshasbeenI IealXliiIof Trustees has sole control ol the buildini of sidewalks it will bn exported that all walks be put iin firstclass ivnidilionat onieThere will be I inureIrnperty clerkCl VM HCCKt- Jar lTTofll G 89 YEARS EXPERIENCETRADE DESICNS COPYRICHT8 hrAnyone sendfryt a sketrh and dtncri pUen innqulcllyaxvttWrt toDrobaDllfurstrvrlugtwtcntain lcpedalIiPatenla iI SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN be0 ofiDwleandiUanavug earLMUNN do CO I 301 JJroudnuy New York au11sOOOtc roen T G P8t- sFIEZa1Ir S t SII SOLE DEALER I HAZEL GREEN ICY I Situations Secured fer wTadWlecr iuli n refn d Itsae nt once fw eatalouentee a1r rIpaciiSSColic aCCt Lcuislllc KT rAonGClerf 3II H nscr Tu Cenmtat G PlchrDrdtla nlreinahaWla rtl0F1 I MEWDELfWEIMSTOCK CO RATS627629 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY DAY HOUSE s HAZEL GREEN KY N B GRAHAM rROlRiETO I This house has recently been refurnished and renovated and under the present man agement will continue to maintain the high i reputation heretofore accorded it for home like comforts and its culinary department j The table abounds with the best the country i affords and the patronage of the public IS respectfully solicited Sample rooms for I commercial nd Livery vehicles touristsII the cheaped 3ssSl irr r I I BDZEL ORNnCnnEUlYri F 00 SCHOOLi00 a 33withthe school The SeccSessl II begins JANUARY I 1902 y3 tluiroucli ji radical jrliool fo young men and AcademicCohtail I I DepartnenlTuition SI a10 38 Weeks IluiVd SJOO per Wet k Iir itnrtlriilarx wrilw- W IiiII COKU FFEE VOPIiOLDII TO ALL NEW SUUSCRIBERS AND ALL ONES WHO RENEW IX DAYS FOR THE Heraldr YortII I I j that time the NEWYORK MONTHLY WORLD as a premium I i WORLDTIIKi I It is copiously illustrated with pen drawings and halftone reproduc- cover lions of photographs The illustrations artisticmaking a dfitsuppcanulceItraveistoriesgut4orml re colitrIJIltorscomic liofuunyA feature each will be tho largo first page portrait oftthe most famod man or woman of the nioiiiLiit in the public eye nqdnrtexpense spared one NqvYorkentertainment to many thousand readers throughout North America tfiF Subscri tioii 50 Cents a Yoar But FREE to ovary new su1scriber nudall leSI x JJOB f JINTINQ 1 II ENVELOPES NOTEHEADS BILLHEADSLETTERHEADS LETTERHEADSi SALEBILLSi CIRCULARSIi c c ia IP We have Three Fast Pressesr a Power Paper Cutter and 40 Years ComI FMKSPENCERl Respectfully COOPER c 1THE CHICAGO POST PostIPestfIeryt Every Shipper should read daily Tilt Clleage Pest h GREATl- yt MARKET NEWSPAPERTHE BEST IS NONE TOO ROOD FOR YOU- SaOscibe through your commiasloncontaaalo this arm nowsdearor or publisher cOf aewpa AiSraaTHE IIItffirUUc IIIOUOOCOIOOIIUOOOOOOOO i WM H RASHIt Attorney atLcwj + HAZEL GREEN KY Iloioiog for Principal ISO month MOVE MFEM I GRAIN THE ICr advartlaomcnt DR J M WALDECK Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY ofHueJanerprofeaaionaJ y obatetdcaplcwty y a Difficult Digestion Iat Is dyspepsia It makes lira miserable Its sufferers cat not because they want to but simply because they TIlt They know they arc Irritable and fretful but they cannot bo otherwise 2 They complain of n bad taste In the mouth a tenderness at the pit of the stomI 4ach an uneasy feeling of putty fulness notaThe effectual remedy proved by perma nent cures of thousands of severe cases is Hoods Sarsaparillar j UOOUlIllLLII Are the belt eatbmte I f THE HERALD I i i Jas James who purchased the farm owned by John Ward of Tol I iver moved last week and the people welcomed him into thou midst Born to the wife of MillardI Hill of MaYtown a boy The event transpired one day last week but the particulars are not known hero Mrs Angelino James and Mrs 1 Josephine Swango visited their eisterinlaw Mrs Frank Cecil off C Grassy from Saturday until Sunday i evening i c Judge G T Center of Stillwater was in Toliver one day last week for the purpose of letting out theI contract to build a bridge acrossJI the river at that place The corner stone of the More head school which is a mission of the C W B l1 was laid with imposing and appropriate cerol t monies on Tuesday the 11th iustlI troubles areNERVOUS sa1iarIhIa vrliidi en iI riches antI imrilictlioltoo l It k tIbest medicine for nervous j Lumbermen should PEOPLEIi I local For Sale on this paper The flooring machinejiI offered can be bought for onej fourth its original cost aud willii pay for itself quickly Dressed flooring is always in demand andI the purchaser of this machine cantllI always have a supply Do you want a business educa tion Ifso write Prof B B Jones Lexington or come to thisJ I office and receive a scholarship We can save you 10 i Roy son of 0 W McNabb and 4 wife of Toliver met with a painful accident one day last week while helping his father haul logs and I the heavy loaded wagon ran over both of his feet ami mashed thomI very bad Ho has been in a very serious condition but at this writ ing is some better Capt Jinks the traveling repre sentative of Bryan Day c Hunt j sLexington was here Wednesday of last week By the by this firm has again clanged John Day having sold his interest to W J Goodwin of Somerset the firm is now Bryan Goodwin fc Hunt John Day will probably embark with his brother Floyd The cornerstone laying of the I new academy buildingwas postff from lastponed Saturday day and should the weather prove propitious it will be a gala day int1 Hazel Green See program in on other part of this paper and be present to participate in the event f People from other points to a large number will be present and a grand t ttimeiis expected ii John H Rose will attend the national vehicle harness and im jj plement exhibition at Cincinnati frcm the 18th to the 23d inclusive There will be over 400 exhibits Mr Rose tries to keep abreast of tho times in the improvements in vehicles and desires to give his I patrons the benefit of everything I that is now and good Hence his interest in this exhibitiIi Uncle Pres Trimble was last i week the recipient of a handsome walking stick from his nephew r Dr Jeptha Fallen of DallasTexas J i which has a pipe attachment The pipe is screwed on and forms the held of the stick while the stem I is bidden in the upper end of theI IetheI Ie I i I 2 a celebrated his 82ndanniversary and he is quite proud of it al though he is not a smoker FOR SALEA scholarship in the Commercial College of Kentucky University By early application at this office some young man can Wo several dollars tfII I Tho approach of the holidaysI leads otto to look forward to tim presents bo or she will give friendsI i and Fred J Heintz the manufac turing jowelor of Lexington can I supply any taste or purse He has In lino of jewelry watches clocks c unsurpassed for elegance of design and workmanship and his prices will be found more roason able than any cue in his line I Ijyou visit Lexington call and see him and if you dont writs to him and tell him what you want I enclosing the money and you willI surely bo pleased Ho has patrons in this town and manyIrII rounding country and we I yet to hear of ono dissatisfied one j I j If you fail to look over his lino be j foro buying you will make a mistt take So send and get his cata logue and prices and then sendl him your orders It Saved Her Lifer acIaccomplished borhood which has astonished the people Miss Davis was given up to die by her attending physician i I She had lung fever Tho doctor said she would die before morning j and advised to discontinue his medicine as it was doing hor no good Her parents had a bottle of GoochsMexicauSyrup andGoochs Quick Relief in tho house They at onco began to give tho Syrup in doses ono hour apart and ly bathed her chest with frequentj Relief Before morning hotItIesas ever was almost like raising tho dead and has established the reputation of Goochs Mexican Syrup hero as a cough remedy we can sell nothing else J it N SAXDS Trimble Athens county 0 Goochs Mexican Syrup cures a simple cough as if by magic and is the best remedy for whooping cough Price ioc Our people who buy fruit trees should patronizo Ilillentneyer of exington for time following two good reasons First he has ino traveling canvassers and time buyer saves that commission Sec the trees grown at Lexington lloud acclimated and Mr Hillen is absolutely reliable When you buy from him you are sure to j I j get exactly what you order Profij haoIseveral others including tho writer j and allwell pleased with their purchases Three years ago we himItimid this year several of them pro duced very line fruit Write him for a catalogue Never Burn aCandleat Both Ends Dont 10 on drawing vitality from the blood without iloinir something to replace It Hoods Sarsaparilla gives nervelnentalauddigestire strength by enriching and vitalizing the blood Hoods Pills are mild anti nonirritating Hoy Allen an adopted son of John Allen of Leo City died at that place on Monday night of fever Slop the BlightI It is asad thing to see fine trees spoiled by the blight You can always tell them from he rest They never do well afterwards but stay smaliand sickly It is worse to see a blight strike children Good healtht is the naturalright of children But some of them dont get their rights While the rest grow big and strong one stays small and weak Scotts Emulsion can stopI that blight There is no reason why such a child should staysmall Scotts Emulsions a medicine with lots of strength in itthe kind of strength that makes things growScotts Emulsion makes children grow makes them eat makes them sleep makes them play Give the weak child a chance Scotts Emulsion will make it catch up with the rest This picture represents thr Trade Mark of Scotts Emulsion and is on the wrapper of every bottle Send for Iruwnpic- SCOTT BOWNE 409 Pearl St New Yot- kocandrafldrugists1 Ctt71 NOTKMBER eDY SAM WILSO bestTos hoursButarc thy lovely flowerst II pass thy leaves wayAndarrayWhere homeAndsweetest tone Go steal if thou wilt gayDedeckarrayNobringTheresr beautifulspring COUNTY NEWS NOTES 036To insure insertion ALf corres byMonday andjOur correspondents derelict in duty andwe want to say that henceforth they thelI dependent upon them for the news and when they fail to send in their favore they put us to great inconvenience CAMPTON BRIEFS M F Horton moved to Holly this week Taylor Shockey of Leo City was in town Saturday Mrs Alice Amyx of Daysboro visited in town Saturday Miss Sallie Hurst is visiting her sister Mrs D n Redwine at Jack sonJ theIA B Osbon and son and W T Tyler of Frenchburg visited relatives and friends here this weekA B Cox attended church at Meadow Branch Sunday aud re ports that ho had a splendid din tierThomas Johnson purchased the stockof goods sold at the sale of Mrs Lida Taulbee Price paid 11480- Several teachers were in town Saturday expecting their little mite but were sadly disappointed as there was nothing came Married at the residence of the brides father Miss Lou Steele and a Mr Baker Also H I Webster and Louisa Hackney at the residence of T F Stamper May their lives be prosperous and full of sunshineWhile hunting Saturday night George Gentry fell over a cliff seventyfive feet high killing him instantly He stepped upon a log aiming to jump down on the other side the log was on the edge of the cliff and he went over and his head striking a rock When ho was picked up his brains had run out upon the ground He was a young man 20 years of age May the bereaved have our heart felt sympathyNov POT HOOKS STILLWATER SPARKLES Miss Mary Taylor is improving slowlyMorton inIat Jackson Mrs Catharine Swango is on tho sick list this week Sam Wilson is painting the new residence of little Bud Swango Curtis Haulsey and wifo visited tho home of J M Taylor Satur day Sam Bolin and wife were visit ing on Bugal from Friday till SundayMrs Catharine Swango sold a nice beef cow one day last week to Billie Rose The Squire does not seen to be elated over his success but is the same Old Jake The gathering of the birds and their continual chatter reminds us that winter is nigh Morton Rose was on Bugal yesterday of course it being Sunday he never could miss a Sunday Misses Rosa Bello and Alice Taylor of Stamper branch were visiting Squire Taylor Sunday G R Peck who has been con fined to his bed for some time with fever is able to be out again CrabApple and his brother Willie went to Powellcounty Saturday and returned Sunday They had a fine old time Monk Hatton returned home last Tuesday from Wisconsin He says the snow was two feet deep when he left for home 2 tc I 4T ifii t r r Thfc election is a tHing of the past and the people have all gone about their ordinary affairs and probably silently thinking ahout how it went off that way Leonard Taylor and Willie went to Mill creek Saturday and returnI ed Sunday They report a very nice time They have an uncle living thero Charles Terrill Some of the girls on Bugal were invited to a nice dinner on last Thursday at UncleCrocket Steeles I suppose ho gave up his youngest 3t daughter Miss Lou to Andrew linker Silas Madin son of Rev Bob Madin is suffering with some mental derangement arising from spinal irritation and it is thought that ho will become insane though ho seems to be hotter at this writ lingXov 12 CRABAPPLE SUNNY SIDE Uncle Rastus Brooks has movedI into his new residence Miss Elsie Nickoll of Neola spent Saturday night in this sec tion Uncle Harrison Swango and wife attended church at Daysboro Sun day Henry Linden colored is delivering coal at this place for H Eii Oney Charlie Cecil and wife of Hazel Green were visiting relatives in this section a few days ago Miss Lois GroAning and little brother Alfred is visiting the fam ilof Oscar Cecil this weekiJohn Davis and son Samuel and a Mr rownseml of Daysbdro were at tins place Thursday on busi j ness f Miss Lillie Rose who is tenchIi ing school on Gill morn passed I through here Monday en route toi Hazel Green I Arbury Swango who has just 11fever11 f Miss Callie Onoy in company with Juvall Osborno of Oakdale I Ky was visiting her mother from Friday till Monday t1FallenI name we failed to loam passed through here Sunday en route toII Lacy creek to hear the Rev I Taulboe I Alunzo Jones and wife of Salem dandwent to Hazel Green Sunday tojft see Aunt Kitty Xickell who is iI quite illat the home of her son Dr Andy NickeilII Nov 12 SUSIK StNImAiIII LEE CITY Clay Rose was in Campion on business last Saturday A J Stamper of Curter is here on business this week The iron bridge is finished andIthe train crossed it last Monday i James Owens accidentally shot himself through the hand last Sunday ji A R Graham who has been J I visiting in Campton has returned to the city again j i Hnla and Haney Rose wero vis jIII iting relatives on Grassy last Saturday and Sunday Mat Slono and a crew left lastII f IIJ I Monday for Beattyville to work onI a new line of road Mary Bell Taulboe avery charm i ing young lady of Frozen is visittiI ing her sister at this place j Hoy Allen who has been conh fined to his bed with typhoid fever for the past 19 days is very low I Jim McCue salesman for Van Deron Hardware Co was here last week among our merchants S E Vaughn who has boon nicking pictures for some schools down tho country returned Sun day evening The sale of beer and wfliskoy at this place has ceased I suppose- asas the parties have left to locate I somewhere else I hardly think any new firm will continue the If business aa a burnt child dreads the fire The city is increasing in population v very fast j new houses areii being erected every day and occupied by people from joining states j t business is waking up most every one There are four stores in town and each has a good trade They had a very lively time here last Tuesday when some difficulty a arose in the grocery which i- hr t t m seem to involve the principal pat of the men The streets were crowded with running mon in all directions j several shots were fired but no one hurt The fuss finally proved that it was only a one sided arrangement for there were no enemies to be seen Nov 12 Run JACKET MORGAN COUNTY GRASSY CREEK Yo scribo attended church at Goodwins chapel Sunday E E Backmao a business trip to Mt Sterling last week Joe and Taylor Havens have gone to Mt Sterling on business Scott Cecil passed down this way Saturday en route to tho Long branch to visit Mr Campbcl and family Sam Taylor and Charley Combs who have been visiting in Old Virginia came homo Saturday night Mrs Win Pack and little dnugh tar May were visiting Mr and Mrs Isaac Elkins and family on Holly from Friday till Sunday Misses Haney and Halio Roso of Lee City visited their uncle Buchanan Rose and wife of Murphy fork from Friday till Sunday D S Jackson and wifo wore vis ting Mrs Jacksons sister Mrs1 Joseph Roe and family Saturday night and Sunday Married Nov athat tho rosi dence of tho brides parents Mr and MrsI E F Cecil Miss Bonney Cecil anti Jo Leo Oldfield We wish them a long and happy life Ed Lewis who bought Joshua DeBusks farm is now moving toI his now homo Mr DeBusk and family will leave for Oklahoma inn few days whore they expect to mako their future home Nov 12 PATSIE DrfennersGOLDEN RELIEF lasrI t O t Turs eru me is ALL INFLAMMATION HI= KorrCinul lleatla jo I i mtutitrr TOOls 55ahr n minnJiiCuld SorcsFtloitctpttc 9 rFormlnc Fevers GRIP B H CUKES AMY PAUl INSIDfi OR OUT IInoiiutothlrtr minutes 11 TlioWctla ly ic ll Cue ITeJonUXV 111111 H F Iieratt Hazel1 Green Ky KodolDyspepsia I t I Digests what you eat This preparation contains all of i- igestmnts and digests all kinds of food Itgives Instant relief and never to cure It allows you to eat all the food you want The most sensitive stomachs can take it By its use many thousands of dyspeptics have beenI ured after everything else failed Itt Is unequalled for all stomach troubles t cant help hut do you goodII Prepared rtailS IEViTTOa Chicago Tho 1 times tbeSOc size H F PlEKATT Your Tongue f its coated your stomachs bad your liver is out of order Ayers Pills will clean your tongue cure your dyspepsia make your liver right Easy to take easy to operate 2Se At druggists 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paper and oiZused It onlyafew daysaccordingtoyour directionsi co today after fira weeks nmy tearing la the direased car hbeen entirely rcstorcd I thank Y heartily and beg to renain Very truly you F A WERMAIt yysB Ikoedway lioltimore Mhz Our treatment does not interfere with yothr usual occupatios SSe1 YOU CAH CUBE YOURSELF AT HOME ataao1MlLcost IIi WTEPUTMNAL AHA CUMIC 596 U SALLE AVE CHWAM ILL Jii JZ1 iS as Men1 Ivaad by upon the mind dis cheerfulness beauty vigor one by soon disappear the kidneys are out of order oV diseased Kidney trouble has I 1 for a child be born f afflicted with weak kid neys child urinates often if thej urine scalds the neshIf when hech d reaches an age when It should be able to control the passage it Is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon It the cause the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment I f these important organs This unpleas e trouble is due to a diseased condition of ii kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose Women as well as are made miserable with kidney and bladder troub and both need the same great reme The mild and the Immediate effect SwampRoot is soon realized It is s by druggists in fifty cent and dollar I sizes You may have a I sample bottle mall when prevalentUto If the men h free also pamphlet tell Dome or 9amp1IDoL t Ing all about It Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer- lit Co Binghamton N Y be sure and ay mention this paper x Polar Bears Little Joke Rosie who is ono of tho big put bears at Central Park has tho rep utation among tho keepers of hav ing the touchiest temper of au of tho ursus tribe in tho menageries On tho 5th iast she ate peanuts until sho wearied of them Then she looked for other amuse went Small boys on the hillside adjoining the bear pit tantalized the bears from close quarters with out police interference Rosio rear ed up against the bars and observ ed three boys who were the m teggt ressive They began making marks for one another to tall o L F the time edging nearer tI watchful Rosie Finally one boy r stuck his too over tho edge of t rockwhere it was blasted away form tho pit Thou the contest was carried on by each by keeping his toe over tho edge of the ro longer than the one before him aftgUC several trials a shoo reached the edge of the rock she threw out a great paw with amazing swiftness and pinned the shoe and the foott i t Luckily the edge of tho rock was BO far from tho cage that Rosies claws only reached the cap of the boys shoe but she had enough ofa grip to hold for a second or twoThe victim yelled His two comi panions who were highly frightened i grabbed him by the arms and1 all three pulled The combined efforts resulted in getting the sand hoe foot away Nev York Tri bune Lawrence Berry a negro who assaulted and fatally injured DudI Crouch atOwingsville was remov I ed to Mt Sterling jail because of t threats of lynching There is more Catarrh in th section of the country than allj L other diseases put together andI until the last few years was s t posed to be incurable1 For a greatjt many years doctors pronounced itt proscribeda lo aycal remedies and by constant failing to cure with local trot ment pronounced it incurable 1Science has proved catarrh to be a constitutional disease and there fore requires cousitutional treat mont Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co i Toledo Ohio is tho only constitutional cure on the market Itt lf is taken internally in doses fromi 10 drops to a teaspoonful It actsI directly on the blood IBid mucousI t surfaces of the system They offer one hundred dollars for any ca t F it fails to cure Send for circulars and testimansals Cor I Toledo O I Sold by druggists 75o Hal Family Pills are the best Democratic on Joint Ballot Returns indicate that the next general assembly in Kentucky M which will elect a United States l l senator will stand Senate 25 fj democrats 13 republicans houseII 73 democrats 26 republicans und t4Jrf J1 one independent domocratII 5 7d TkatThobbing Headache N Would quickly leave you if youI used Dr Kings Now Life Pill I ter provedtheirpNervUSm pure blood and buildup o I health 25 chOnly cents Jlouey JDanmba fc i 1gglatskI i t ii p 1 vil r IjO Spreads Like Wildfire When things are the best they become the best selling Abra ham Hare a leading druggist of Belleville 0 writes Electric Bitters are the best selling blue I have handled in 20 years Yo know why Most diseases begin iin disorders of stomach livorkidneys bowels blood and nerves Bitters tones up the boweli ulates liver kidneys and purges the blood nerves henco cures multitudes of maladies It builds up the entire vigorfinto any weak sickly rundown1 centseGreen or S S Combs t Sons Campton drugstores Weddingdotordn coal minor was killed and a col lection amounting to 000 was taken up by the employes and do nated to the widow Today an nonnccmont is made of the ap proachingweddingof Mrs Schwab insk The 000 will come in nicely for tho homeymoon Hazleton Pa Spo Philadelphia Inquirer IrModern Surgery Surpassed While suffering from a bad ca of piles I consulted a physician Diye Witts Witch Hazel Salve ea G F Carter Atlanta Ga I pro cured a box and was entirely cared DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is splendid cure for piles giving re lief instantly und1 heartly recommend it to all sufferers Surg ory is unnecessary to cure piles DeWitts Witch Hazel Solve will taro any case Cuts burns ruises itand all other wounds are also quick lj cured by it Beware of counter fets II F PIERATT IWill Not Let Go Kitcheht Liet0hot end of the Transvaal porker and without discredit to him it notkanxious to continue in tho place Philadelphia Enquirer Astounding Discovery From Cooporsville Michcomea word of wonderful discovery of a pleasant tasting liquid that when used before retiring banyone troubled with a bad cough always ensuing a goodnights rest It will soon curethecough toowrites Mrs S Himelburger for three generations of our family have used Dr Kings Sew Discovery for Consumption and never found its 1oqual for Coughs and Colds Its an unrivaled lifesaver when used for desperate lung diseases Guar anteed bottles 50 cents and 100 at J Taylor Day Hazel Green an S S Combs Sons Campion drugstores Trial bottles free IReliable and Gentle A pills apillsays tho saw But there are pills ana pills You want a pill which is certain thorough i ieand gentle Mustnt gripe Do Witts Little Early Risers fill the bill Purely vegetable Do n acuforce t strengthen and invigorate Smalli l and easy to take H F PIERATT d thoWoolym comprotMatt Woodford gets thei interest on 52 shares of bank stock for life The remainder of thei property is to be equally divided between the nieces and nephews For Sale One Fay No8six roll 8 inch lightning floorer with beading at tachmeut One Fay carriage cut ting off saw F BUSH SON Lexington Ky ssCol R11f Jackson a prominent Danker of London has been appointed jury commissioner of the new Federal Court which meet at Loudon November 25 1sYoucannot buy standard pianos r organs buggies sewing machines r clocks watches and jewelry as cheap any whore else as you can of mo Como and see samples and you will be convinced You do not have to risk your money with order houses tf J T GEVEDON ICharles Ovorton colored took hold of a live wire at tho Ashland steel plant and was shocked to deaths of Henry Pieratt bought all the frames the agent of the hicago Portrait Co had left over centur 5apertBau the agent sold themII youTurry as they are going like hot cakes 62tf 1 ASTHMA CURE FREE Astltmaleme TSvimg Instant Belief and rsPaijuannt Cw 1 a AU Ostlslsa- u SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL WRITE YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS PLAINLY i CHAINED FOR TENIYEARS I s q acres BEST bushels There is nothing like ABTHMALENE It brings instant relief even in worst It cures when all else failsThe Rev C WELLS Villa Ridge Your trial bottle of Asthma lene received in good condition cannot tell you how thankful feel for the good derived I rom it a slave chained with putrid sore sod Asthma for 10 years I despaired of ever being cured saw your advertisement for the log disease Asthma thought had averspoken yourselves but reached to give it To my astonishment the trialI acted like charm Send me a I fullsizeIbottle I Rev 0IRabbi of the NEW YORK TAFT Baos MEDICINE Co Gentlemen Your Astbmalene is an excellent remedy for Asthma and Hay Fever and ita alleviates all troubles which combine with Asthma Ita success is astonishing and wonderful After having it carefully analyzed we can slate that Astbmalene contains no opium morphine chloroform or ether trulY1oursREV WECHSLER 0Avon SPBISQS N Y February 1 1901 Da TAFT Boos MEDICINK Case Gentlemen write this testimonial from a sense of duty having tested the wonderfuleffect of your Asthmalene for the cure of Asthma My wife has been afflicted with spasmodic asthma for the past 12 years Having exhausted my own skill as well as many others chanced to wee your sign upon your window 130th commentYtaking Ivery soon After using bottle the Asthma has disappeared and she is entirely free from all symptoms feel that can consistently recommend the medicine to all who are respectfullya PHELPS M D 0DB TAFT BROS MED Co February 1901 Gentlemen was troubled with Asthma for 22 years I have tried numerous remedies but they have all failed I ran across your advertisement and started with a trial bottle I found relief at once have since purchased your full aiize bottle and I am ever grateful have family of four children and for six years was unable to work am now in the best of health and am doing business every day This testimony you can make such use of as you see fit Home address 235 Rivington street S RAPHAEL 67 Eat lath street New York City prial loiile l9nti ALBZse17 Pree o- nSZpit 1 2P aial Do not delay Write at once addressing DR TAFT BROS MEDICINE COMPANY 79 East 130th Street New York City lIOLP BY ALL PERiirCarliTfl HugusOL Whistk g DIRECT FROM DISTILLERY TO CONSUMER I V WHISKEY IN JUGS aa Hagans Old Rye or Bourbon 4 years old pet gallon 200 Hagans Old Rye or Bourbon 6 years old per gallon 250 Hagaus Old Rye or Bourbon 7 years old per gallon 275 Hagans Old Rye or Bourbon 8 years old per gallon 800 CASESdWe will send 4 full quarts of Hagans Rye or Bourbon 10 years old for 350 6 full quarts for 500 or 12 full quarts for 1000 packed in plain case no marks with corkscrew and etched glass express charges prepaid Wo do not prepay express charges on whiskey under 3 per gallon PURE IF WHISKEY YOU DRINK HAGAN S RYE I tSPECIAL whiskiesiOld Elk 4812 bottles per case 1200 Old Elk 4s 6II II 600 Bond Lillard 4a 12 bottles per case 1200 Bond Jr Lillard 41 6II II 000 Bond Lillard 5s 12II 1100 Bond 3c Lillard 5e 6II U 550 Old Tarr Sap 12 bottles per case 1000 6 bottles per case 500 Ashland 5s 12 bottle per case 1000 6 bottles per case 500 Old Elk is bottled in bond and also free i the other whiskies are bottled free only You run no risk whatever in sending us your order representedIfyour money will be refunded We do not ship goods C O D Please make pll remittances payable to The Hagan Distilling Company References The Lexington City National Bank or Stoll S CoII largest distiller in State Address THE HAGAN DISTILLING Co KYoA Pam tor Sales I will sell my farm of 169 ACRES Consisting of about of cleared more than half of which is in grass and the rest in good oak timber with one Good Frame Dwelling hue four rooms ana a good drilled well if never failing water and outhouses crib and stables alto two tenant houses There is a Fine Vein of the COAL rom which several thousand are sold each year The farm is oneand one goodbagood pereontDHanel 4 y the cases F of III sajs I I I wan throat I cure of this torment and you a trial a I Dr I January 3 1901 Dug composition I on a one I I 5 I I I I I WANT 1 80 itttf r alJkJ I WINCHESTKB KY N H WITHEBSPOON PresidentpJL D HUNTER Cashier I Paid up Capital 10000000 Surplus 2000000 40421648This I muerauy1chaouII 01Iantitheoetl81T Ce A LYNCH E BEPKEBENTnrO COWMisAIiy6Md Sl- cgARL ToN W VA Solicit andasks II IttPttlltltllil mmmmnrnrnrnrrnrnm- mIoxi1os Glotnino Rouse I I GUS STRAUS LEXINGTON KY4 3 Fall Winter AnnonncoInont = To IJe in Kentucky 1 how fAll Former Efforts 4 PricesIE 7 Mens Clay Worsted r f r= Urns Overcoats 199 = Mens Overcoats 399 = Fine Overcoat lo worth SUCCESSWORTH FlagheaTonle FFICE have These First +LOUIS o complete line of Alfred Benjamin = ICo the best inthe world DEPARTMENT Best Boys Clothing Bops Clothing 1Boys Clothing Boys Clothing Boys Suits 49 cents worth Boys Suits 99 cents 200 = Boys Suits worth 3Boys Suits at 400 TRUNKS TRUNKS Largest stock the State in = Invest One Dollar until = 7 E you get Our Former efforts surpassed f Come and store your headquarters E You arc in endless variety 11 E LOUIS STRAUS J 1V KY = tfiIIIUIIlIIU1111111 UII11111JU 1111111UlUUlU111111fi State College of kyll The Agricultural md lech of Kentucky offers the I following course ofstudy viz Agriculturnl Horticultural Mathematical Normal School Classical MechanicalI Engineering Civil Engineering each of which r leads to a degree Puttgraduate courses of study leading each to a mas ters degree Each course of under a separate faculty The general faculty number I and instructors County Appointees rent in dormitories fuel andl and if they DAYbAtraveling expenses The modern laboratories and museums equipped comprehensive The last Legislaturei college home for young women and a drill hall and provided for men Congress Military tactics and science for and required by Graduates from the several find excellent posi supplyLrst tions liberal remuneration largelyI in excess of the For catalogues method of information regarding courses of terms of JAMES K D President Or to Prof D C FRAZEE Lexington Ky tW Fall Term begins September W R CAW CO Live Stock FOR Merchants Cattle SheepCincinnati Union Stock Bourbon Stock Yards KYWe have nn Eastern outlet for all prices Consignments solicited tTAa All correspondence cheerfully BMAIN LE f Tho patronage of is respectfully solic itedand orders will have J T DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE HAZEL GREEN KY Has in stock a magnificent of UPTODATE everylinoy Clti09buyingI largeandwe can undersell duinyou onnvinced that we derbuy because you will know we undersell uly HUGHES if CHILL TONIC PALATAIILC Better than Calomeland Quinine Contrins no Arsenic TilE OLD UKLIA1JLK As Sure Cure for Loc and roves Forty Tears success I edy for droll 0 UUtt 0 call first served 33 Cheap Slow Hoot f I at 100 at at 200 in and and and and THE 0 all tOOKI A ST1UCII IN TIMEaSave nine Hughes taste d d 1etry E ELLENT TONwell ae a Chills and Fevers Juwhatsr seasonTMild TonicGuaranteed raRglt 111 nettle Chills KNOWINGI l AlSJJ AT E Are L CORD F 1the II rUKFAUKD CO otH OF AN A INALL CASES Slim wottt Eggs WyandotteEggs Thoroughbred THOROUGHBRED nolongerROBERT HueIGreeDKy Great aid Clothing TAILORING I department SpringFallanMalarial tlliver9ENEBAL n- YROBINSONPETTET INCORPOKATKD LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY EVERY DESCRIPTION NEATLY CHEAPLY EXECUTED GUARANTEED EVERY PAIR OF TIGER PANTSMade in Fit Full in Seat and nipSTACAre Fetter Good t4IFor Sale ityiOT Day HAZEL GREEN KY 0 Dont invest One Dollar 3 x I until you get Prices in worth 124 250 worth this E lights study stock Perfect yJ Our uRE AINu YOUR HEALTH WITH IIFgugnUUuooOH1 1 IIII I lOBIii L I Jn n NATURES DOCTOR FOR MANKIND ill IT CURES Rheumatism Diptheria La CrippeIBrights Disease Blood Poisoning Kidney Liver and Stomach Troubles Female Complaint Catarrh and Ceneral Debility IT CURESWHEN ALL ELSE FlAILS 1 HDAD THE WELLOMr KyIthe VitaOre of r you in the latter part of March and 1 after theYitnOresteadyasyears of age and Iamnow Ihadpatent medicines andnostrums I could hear of to build myself up but nothing did me any good until I used Vitro Ore which my wife Afterra I went out and did three ays as hard work as I have dose in 25 ears and I was not more fatigued than I was 25 workItin the world nd I taigatofor me so they may it Hoping every one who baa thattired buyVittrialIputUPimeremedy JAMES LACY I can vouch Lacysaysand bought the forhimfaithinwe had tried so many things that alsoTam stronger and in better health than for years which I tattribute to its use LACYLapy r Vitx Ore ie 1 a package chich make DoaeOweteaepstay a Idresa on receipt f price ArSPENCER COOPER AZEL CREKN KY