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The Hazel Green herald: n. Thursday, November 21, 1901. The Hazel Green herald. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Spencer Cooper, Hazel Green, KY 1901 haz1901112101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hazel Green herald: n. Thursday, November 21, 1901. The Hazel Green herald. Spencer Cooper, Hazel Green, KY 1901 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. m r M h 0 ADVERT151NG RATES H v 1 Column 1 year SOD 00 n M J4 1 year 3 i W i 1 H 1 year f JO 00 D +V 2 Inches 1 year 10 00 i jvMI i tl officers 1000 Countyoflicers 5x fN Town officers 300 call on catiili i O1 dates or political I write up1 8Sc line 0 i j Njft is furnished same as localise aline fjz Qr THE HAZEL GREEN HERALDEstablished March 41885 Made Famous In the Story of II Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell = XC SEVENTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 21l 1901 NUMBER 19 I SPKNCKK Owner coo1tThOldeste1aDt t I t I I J I t d d t t d t ky t Always IKK In YKAIl dance CASIORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have i Always Boughti Bears the- Signatiare of In- Use For Over Thirty Years I CASIORIA THe ceTUII co ew 011 CITY A BUSINESS TRAINING I AT THE LEXINGTON 4 BUSINESS 4 COLLEGE Gives capitalized results by preparing for Business Life and Insuring Employ went to the ambitious and worthy 100 invested in this school has been the means of helping thousands to positions cl honor and trust WHY NOT YOU- GETTING A START in everythingWE WITH A CASH CAPITAL a Business Education it necessary without it such a training is indispensable OUR CATALOGUE outlining our several courses and ircuars showing you what others are dong and how YOU can do likowiae should be in your hands A postal will bring it IF YOUR MEANSare limy ited ask for Special Circu lar A telling you how you can be instructed at homeWE PREPARE for Civil service puauioua under lioveruiueut selections prepare public school teachers to teach our Branches in other Business Collegesand prepare Stenogra phers and Bookkeepers for the best positions with the best Business Firms FREE First Lessons in Shorthand wth Complete Instructions for the begin ner mailed free on application t duringtexplainsWRITEIN WRITING be sure to state you saw our ad in THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD Address BENJAMIN B JONES President k LEXINGTON KY Co1yc OF LEXINGTON KY INCORPORATED The Pioneer and Leader in Weekly Investment Field in Kentucky NEW AND APPIIONED CONTRACT JUST ISSUED Pays 40 per cent oer annum on All Money Invested Redeems all Contracts in 156 Weeks 00THREEk fifin PASSED TO THE RESERVE OVER Q 73 U U U AND THE SURPLUS FUND ki 1 Its patrons are among the leading business mon and women in all tho different callings of lif- etKe0Ps its promises to tho letter Run by men of business standing and capacity Address 77 East Short Lexington KyIJ E BAKER Secretary and ManagerI fJ F SADLER ColEstablished in 1E65 COMMISSION MERCHANTS FOil TilE SALE OF GaIolloSSfteejiand Union Stock YardSTCiNCINNATI O t Long DUtnnci Telephone WEST 101 Liberal cash advances mad upon consignments and sales guaranteed t 6ctYallrP1i3tTO1ficLt ggg goo r S S Sr4do eT11llVS11INL QQQ 11 S S S Z7II BY AMY RANDOLPH T WAS IN A RED BRICK coverIcdI ofII luxuriant Virginia creeper and white doves fluttering fitfully around tho pavesa farmhouse that had been in the Jaycox fami ly for fully 100 years and jot wore an aspect of thrifty comfort that did ones heart good to see To be sure the ceilings were low and the windowpanes small and the floor boards neither oak nor walnut but plain oldfashioned hickory but what did Theron Jay cox care for that Where was the use of imoro outside show when all the neighbors knew perfectly well that Theron Jaycox was tho rich est man in all tho countryside Theron I Helen Jaycox came bustling into the room a slender spruce old maid with glossy reddish hair and a trim figure completely clips Id in tho miGrecian drapery of a blue check apron There was flour on her bared arms and a general atmosphere of cloves and cinna mon and allspice about her that plainly betokened tho arrivalof bakingday even if the red glare of tho cavernous oven in the kitch en beyond lead not added its in controvertible testimony What is it Helen Thoron Jaycox is our hero but ho is neither young nor handsome only a stout stahvert follow of five and thirty with locks brown and shining as newly ripened chest nuts clear Ilazeleyesl and a com plexion that has been bronzed ball the harvest winds that sweep across his broad lands We must have a Thanksgiving dinner for Thursday Theron What all by ourselves Soil Why not It doesnt seem right to let the day slip by like tile other mHo Just let me have my ownt way for once and you shall see what I can do in the cranberry tart und pumpkin pie line As if I doubted your proficiency Soil And such a turkey as Ill roast for you I to say nothing about chicken pies baked ducks and ev erything else thats nicel Thoron dont you remember the 1 last Thanksgiving day that over our dear mother was alive when we had the great pyramid of late roses and chrysanthemums in the mid die of the table and Squiro May nards family were hero and Helen Jaycox checked herself suddenlywhile tho deep crimson suffused neck and brow and cheek with its burning tide But Theron quietly took up the dropped threadI of her speech And Alice Kearney yes Ire member it very well I question if I shall ever forget that day Helen 1 For one instant Helens dark eyes met those of her brother both worn suffused with a mist of tears Thou sho hurried back into the bright kitchen Why did I recall that day of all others to his memory ski said to herself as she sifted sugar and rained down spices and stirredI in bloomy raisinsHo loves her yethf never loved any one else in all the world and yet sho threw his hearts devotion away like a broken toy and ran away with the worthless actor just when poor Therons hopes were brightest How could sho Oh how could she 1 wonder what has become of her nowwhether she is dead I jor living I How beautiful she looked that day tho ruse in hor- hair was not half as pink as her cheek and her eyes were just as blue and deep as Ive soon tho sky look after a thunder shower I j j t dont wonder that Theron loved1 j her and yet when I remember how entirely site has blasted his whole life I am tempted to hate her So it dawned bright and cloud less that thanksgiving day with sunshine that rose up into the blue zeuith like great billows of gold and1 1n wind that was sharp and r merciless as an assassins knife You are not going to the city this morning Theron I IPor the little wagon was at the door with the black ponies before it and Theron Jacox was buttoning his brown overcoat while Hol en ran out to the gate Yes I am Nelly What fortt II have business to transact and moreover Nell who knows but I may bring homo with mo sumo poor soul to whom tho abun dance of our Thanksgiving dinner may seem like the Land of Plenty itself Helot was silent Theron she said at last as he took the reins in his furgloved handshI do wish you would get marriedshall never do that Xellri i j Never Theron tt she pleaded j Never Nelly Wo must be contented to keep ono another comI pany for the rest of our days usI old bachelor and old maid dear i lie smiled down upon her as he I drove away but it was not a Cheerful smile and Helen wont in with a chill around her heart that was not the icy touch of tho bitter No vember wind- lfanuna 0 mammal I lam so cold Button your jacket up to your throat Willie and sit in this sun shi11ettlatw111111itkey0llw11TIIlerBut afire l There is no more coal Willie We could buy some mamma Mrs Jones bought a whole wheol barrowful yesterday But Mrs Jones had money my son and we have none Willie Hardwicko looked pite ously upinto his mothers face as he strove to warm his little purple hands by thrusting thorn into the breast of his worn jacket He was a pallid yellowhaired child with big blue eyes and sensitive mouth a child who might have been beautiful had his lot been cast in life s sunshine but who was now palo and pinched like a plant that has grown in the dark Mrs Hardwicko sat by the win dow of her cramped attic room there was just room enough for her to sit upright where tho ceiling sloped down to tho dormer window embroidering a not work of white lilliesonan iufantssacquo of blue merino She had been very beautiful onto she was lovely oven in the midst of her poverty and endurance Mamma resumed Willie after a moments silent watching of th cold sunshine that rippled over the floor at his feet did you know that today was Thanksgiving day Yes Willie CONCLUDED NEXT WEEK Astounding Discovery From Cooperevi11o1lichcomc word of a wonderful discovery of a pleasant tasting liquid that when used before retiring by any one troubledwith a had cough always ensuing a goodnights rest It tvillsooucurotlwcoughtoowritesMrs generations of our family have used Dr Kings New Discovery fore Consumption and never found its equal for Coughs and Colds Its an unrivaled lifesaver when used for desperate lung diseases Guar anteedbottlea50centsand1OOatJ S S Combs Sons Campton drug stores Trial bottles free Some one set fire to the sage grass iii J T Days river bottom- land near town on Thursday last by accident or design which had it not been promptly discovered i andoxtinguishcdwouldhavccauscd rgreat damage to fencing tc Peo pIe should bo very careful with fire in dry grass tASTEDTlustworthy mon and women to travel and advertise for old established house ofsolid financial standing Salary 780 a year and expenses all payable in cash No canvassing required Give references and enclose selfaddressed stamped envelope Address Mann ger 355 Caxton Bldg Chicago tf o 7 L r 1 George Rices House Rocked Just before sorvies at tho Chris tian church on Thursday night some ono throw several rocks thro tho front windows of Geo Rices residence which is in the old hall in front of the church One of tho rocks just missed Mrs Rice who was sitting in a chair in her room Two windows were shatter ed all to pieces and tho paper on the wall which was struck by tho shattered glass looked like they had been struck with fine birdjhot Mr Rice has no idea who the mis creant could bo as he has no known enemy but whoever it was should be ferreted out and adequately punished Modern Surgery Surpassed While suffering front a bad case of piles I consulted a physician who advised mo to try a box of Du- Witts Witch Hazel Salve say E i 110IDeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo is a splendid cure for piles giving re lief instantly null I hcartly re commend it to all sufferers Surg ery is unnecessary to cure piles DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve will euro any case Cuts burns bruises and all other woundsaroalso quick ly cured by it Beware of counter feits 111i PJEUATT An Afflicted Family Four boys of mine host N B Graham of Hotel Day are down with fever and whooping cough combined nod ho is having a se rious time with them Misfortune seems to be on his trail as he line had more or less sickness in his family ever since he took tho hotel and he has tho sympathy of the community in his alihcttoit Later Tho youngest of tho boys died Fri day evening The Childrens Friend Youll have a cold this winter Maybe you have one now Your children will suffer too For coughs croup bronchitis grip rind other winter complaints Ono Minuto Cough Cure never fails Acts promply It is very pleasant to the taste and perfectly harmless C B George Winchester Ky writes Our little girl was attacked withcroup late ono night and was so hoarse she could hardly speak We gavo her a few doses of One Minute Cough Cure It rolieved her immediately and sho went to sleep When sho awoke next morn ing she had no signs of hoarseness or croup H F PIERATT He Might Go to Indiana Goodbye Senator Deboe If you cant be happy in the state of Ine diana Mayfield Messenger A Physician Testifies- I have taken Kodol Dyspepsin Cure and have never used anything in my life that did me the good that did says County Physician countyyGa Being a physician I have prescribed it and found it to give the best results If the food you eat remains undigested in your stomach it decays there and poisons the system You can prevent this by dieting but that means starvation Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you oat You need suffer from neither dyspepsia nor starvation Tho worst cases quick ly cured Never failsH PIEUATT Forest fires between Junction City and Parksvillo have caused great damage to farm property The flames wore started by sparks from a locomotive R00I1PILL5 To cure SICK HEADACHE HABITUAL CONSTIPATION and all diseases arising from In digestion They will purify your blood and make yourcomplexlon as FAIR AS A LILY They are gelatin coated PRICE 28 CENTS Sold by J M Bose Hazel Green Ky YourHair Two years ago my hair was falling out badly I purchased a bottle of Ayes Hair Vigor and soon my hair stopped coming out Miss Minnie Hoover Paris 111 Perhaps your mother had thin hair but that is no reason why you must go through life with half starved hair If you want long thick hair feed it with Ayers Hair Vigor and make it rich dark and heavy Jt00 s bottle All Cnrtiti If your druggist cannot supply you send us one dollar and we will express you a bottle lie aure and give the name of your nearest exjirf8oftice Address J C A VKli CO Lowell Mass New Democratic Chairman Tho county democratic commit tee of Wolfo county met pursuant to call of Chairman G 15 Swango in Hazel Green Thursday Nov 14 1901 all members being present in person or by proxy when Judge Swango tendered his resignation Judge G T Center and J F Vansnnt were placed in nomination to fill the vacancy and the vote being taken resulted as follows Vansaut received J IL Carroll No 1 C F Quicksall No 2 D B Hollon No 5 G W Sally No G and H C Elkins No S total 5 Center received Clay Oli ver No a Wayne Bryant Xo4 and A B Landrum No 7 total 3 Mr Vansaut was thefore de clared elected and accepted the positionTho of Stillwater precinct tendered his resignation which was accepted and the chair appointed G W Sally pro tem There wits present two proxies for Mr Hollon and the chair ruled that the first executed or first date hind precedence tho second not revoking tho first which may lead to a contest There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together and until the last few years was sup posed to be incurable For a grunt ninny years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed lo cal remedies and by constantly failing to cure with local treat ment pronounced it incurable Science has proved catarrh to bo a constitutional disease and there fore requires consitutioual treat ment Halls Catarrh Cure man ufactured by F J Cheney it Co Toledo Ohio is tho only consti tutional cure on the market It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful It acts directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure Send for circulars and testimansals Address F J CHENEY Co- Toledo 0 Sold by druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best- GetTogether Day It was get together day in old Kentucky Somerest Journal At Hopkinsvillo last week night sessions of the Christian circuit court were held to disposo of the cases of James and Vm Anderson and George Phillips chargedwith tho murder of Officer Robt Coffey and shooting at Deputy Field Tho body of an unknown white man was found in a pile of drift wood in the Ohio river near Owens boro one day last week Efforts to identify failed and burial was in potters field- Granville Ross lost his balance on a roof at Samuels depot at Bardstown when a strong wind caught him and ho fell to tho I ground breaking his nick A mule W H Vivian a wealthy landowner was riding balked and reared and threw him under a train near Mt Sterling and ho killedWANTEIIA bright polite boy who can spell read and write to I 10IyearsFi n i SUBSCRIPTION RATES Y K j t VI jSixj 5 fj jjII n The date after your nameI v time you are paid to J f renew 10 days before time is I f always give postoffice JU1 state when renewing or to iudicBteaIIf be I hangedI or bank f r = j I iCOUNTY + DIRECTORY + CIRCUIT COURTJThird Monday in January Fourth l Monday in April and Third Monday in 1 September DAVID H REUWINE Judce i CommunwcaltbeAttprneyJ 1 f C C HANKS Trustee Jury Fund I 0 1 COUNTY COURT First Monday in eachmonth G T CENTER Judge W S Tirrr ClerkJA T Cojins SheriffWAttorneyISAAC t UFo W SAILEY Assessor f SurveyorFlttNK Coronero MAGISTRATES COURTS TIME OF HOLDING AND OFFICIALS FIRST DISTRICT ELIAS SJIOCKEY Magistrate Xo time set for holding courtSECOND HosEJIstable Court days First Thursday in February May August and November Magistrate FebruaryMayFOURTH DISTIUITIt R LEGO Magistrate WM SPENCER Constable Court days First Friday in March June September and December FIFTH t SIXTHJ N CHAMHERS Magistrate in both districts DAVID HANKS Constable Court days Third Friday in February May August and 1SIIi t1 EIGHTH DISTRICT GEORGE OLIVER Magistrate No constable and no set time for holding cojrt Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect Oct 20 1901 EAST BOUND o2 Ii Nol STATIONS Daily exDailyexS- unday Sunday TMLveAMLye Lexington 2 10 pm 7 10 am Viiichesterj r05 1018 25 BID 3 07 pm 8 37 am 40 Ill 9 13 a-w8talltonl3 51 pm 0 23I am Nat BridgeI 4 20 pin J 54 am 31 pni10 03 Beattyve Jc14 56 pmlO 20 amII Jackson 00 pm 11 30 t WEST BOUND I Nol No 3 STATIONS j DailyeiSunday I j eaamIj pmBeattyvej pmNatBridge 101ClarpmIEJuncnpmWinchesterpmLexicgton ManagerCIIAST It MORGAN S P A LOUISVILLE 1 TIN AND STOVE COMPANY Jobbers and Dealers in s rouEsJapaned and Tinware cr LOUXS1JLLE KY DILLER + BENNETT WHOLESALE URNITllUThe Largest Exclusive 527 W Main St Wholesale Furniture Dealer in the South LouIsville KytJJJUoltlewflillco Manufacturers and Jobbers of MENS BOYSClOTHINCI I I 607 W MAIN STREETLOUISVILLE BYQREH BEVERSOr l CO WEOLEBALE 1rr g SADjLEBT 508512 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY 12 WantoaSODD men if TO BUY i t i TIll Groat Brag PaQtSl 0-Bs fts Zt4TT SOLE DALE HAZEL GREEN KY 1i 1y 4 Ij TIE HEIALB M J G Q t W J J SPENCER COOPEr Editor = cc = c = J HAZEL GREEN KY I IE THURSDAY November 21 1901 E THE cornerstone oOh new II academy building was Ilaidiji 1 oil Thursday last 1 1Mannouncement tttnlnotwitlt j standing it was at blustery day there was a good crowd pres J cut and much interest takerI 0 in the ceremony The first thing on the program was tIll song America which was sung 1Iy the students in a spiritIi I of true patriotism Then the address of Prof W IF Cord I t tvelcoulingall to the academy2 caltllusa moment long look ed forthe event for whichI Ii j we hall met hail been a tiger of fancy haunting both sleep1 iI h ing and wakeful hours nowtt about to be a reality The academy a clllist school with doors wide enoug- L t for any truth to enter The christianity for which the ac ademy will ever stand shalli l mean liberty of mind right t ousncss of life and a home rest f in the Beulah Land Prayer was then ottered by W O Mire one of the foundl ers which was followedby the song Foundation by thhstudents Scripture reading by Mrs Ida Withers Harri1 r I son sod prayer by Miss Judi1 son came next and both were listened to with profound in terest Address by Rev H Clark of Mt Sterling was fulli of thought aunt highly complimentary l to the C Vv B Jk upon their success and efforts fifheaddress of greetings from l the state board by Mrs Sara i Yanccy secretary Kentucky C WB M showed the tru Christian spirit of the womant Seeking the Lost a sot = by the students preceded the address of Mrs Helen E M Tses national secretary of ti C YoB M which was a gem a of thought full of meat e i quent and well delivered evi cry word being eagerly caughtt Prof S M Jefferson of thcj Kentucky University addre the assembled throng and was greeted with applause for the i grotesque pictures he drew and the quaint expressions he from used the He faculties brought grectingsI51 L yersity and College of Bible litrHe explained true education 3 derived from books by show- ingy that it was the bettering of ones condition in all sens- y esFor He defined it briefly as being broader minded more polite V more affectionate more co- a siderate of the conditions of all animate things human or animal be better do better 5 r die better It was a masterly effort handled by a master1 r mindAt the close of his address Prof Jefferson expressed desire to hear the college yell I and it was given in stentori I sound The articles were then put in the box to go in the cornerstone by Mesdames Harris I and Yancey and the stone put in place by John B Davis and1 lg I singilcTidings l J vation in which the audience tools part The contents wer j Keturet of W O Mize and Mrs W MiiWm IL and Mrs Cord J T Day aOA Burgess Mrs He E1I0 YryludsoaMrr Atkinson m nnl1Noyr MissionTidings BlLcatalogueIdollar color1A of the academy the Bible t and the ton ot C ing list of donors to the site 13t DsvidJlAi r ff- um t r k 1 i U IFiIIFIFor E Trimble Josephine Swango Monroe Nickel F X B Swanjo E M IbrII C Daniel J II II Xickell O E Lucy In Finch Sam Wilson RJohnosee Mice 1ieratt J T W Cravens anil wife F Cecil 011GenlouII Xoah Cisco II C T hash Inv P Rose John D Rose Jr JI M Swango Spencer Cooper J MI Tester j F PloraU lobo MI Rose Tnylor Day- WTSwang Robert J McLin n J II Pieratt I Lee John Itrovrn I S Walter + Jell JII Rose Willie Johnson Inures James Floyd Day Henry John II Rose W T L CecilIW Lacy Geo II Swan a Dora lUeeIArgcliue Cukey John 1 Hilda Day L C Graham Hollv Wilson Thomas Mavne D II Linden lobe W Tntilbee I HE One Collie Oney I C S Samples E A Johnnon 1 Gen W Kinso M1 B Taylor D 15 Lacy I Prayer lby Mrs Moses con eluded the ceremonies whe ttorI I the people dispersed Those who were present will remein her the occasion with rever J enee and in years to come re late the incident with pride 1Go t rnaltcil Thursdav the 28th lest as a day of thanksgiving anti j li1 prayer to Almighty God for His goodness and suggests Iit as an occasion when those who are blessed with an abundance should succor those who are ei onldetermine on that day to aid11 some one who is weaker than e There are few indeed but can make some unfortun ate one happier on that day When preparing for your t t feast thinkof some widow or1 d1 scnDior take them something YFwill feel better for it and tInts shun the Master that you are not unmindful His goodness to you If YOU never before 1hursdh1 V next and you will enjoy the SJentet THE OFFICIAL VOTE- r ij Every Precinct Is 1 ItueUseful In Future Events CITYtoForC D Sublett 1 John W Coffee 1 For Representative J P Morris D 153j sclobe T Graham R 122 For County Judge j J W Congleton D 1 G W Halsey R 122 For County Attorney CC Fulks D 153 For County Court Clerk W SluttD13tj For Sheriff j iI T F Stamper D 1 D D Landsaw R 120 For School Superintendent J W Taulbee D 101 Jas Drake It 1181 For J JailerIPence sr R S AssessorIB Spradling 130 For CoronerIj 15nFor Survyor John Creech D 154 MagistrateElias D 1GO Chas Robbins R 1191 For Constable 11ortRoscD 13 RADunllRl16PHECIXCT 2II For State Senator C D Sublett D 152 Jon W Coffee R- 1For 84 Representative 15artGraham R 70 For County Judge 16jlGI onCC D 150 4 For County Court Clerk OI4 4 TF Stamper D 102 4I4 12lSuperintendentJ 4 1 i 4 8eFor Jailer 4 16G9 4 7eFor Assessor 4 SX Hobbs D 129 4B4 baryEac6tmyier 147J4 4For4JohnJHBo80B eo 110 4 vc k Constable Blankensbip D 151 PRECINCT No3 For State Senator C D Sublett D 179 John W Coffee R 163 For Representative J P Morris D ISO John T Graham R 158- D 167 JutlgoI 180 185 For County Court Clerk W S Cult D 184- FFor SerilV I i1IF Stamper D 150 D iD handsaw It 181 For Sihool Superintendent J W Taulbee D 171 ins Drake R 170 Fur JailerJ J Hreck Little D 177 William Pence sr R 103 For Assos o- rIs N Hobbs I155 X Spradling R 181 Coroner J F Sample D 179 For Surveyor John Creech D 181 For Magist rate J Jim Whirtiuau D 167 Cues McQuinn It 167- I Constable 1GcjJ 0 n 1PIIECIXCT Xo 4 For State Senator C D Sublett D 18S John W Coffee R 95i For Representative J T Morris D 18G John T Graham R U6 utlgeiD 185 101 For County Attorney C C Fulks D 185 For County Court Clerk W S Tutt D ISHi For Sheriff T F Stamper D 178 DDLnndsawH lOa lher School Superintendent 1J11 Taulbee D IS3 Jan Drake R lU For Jailer 1J IJ reck Little D18William Pence sr R l100I For Assessor SXHobbs D WI- t 1 B N Spradling R U5 For Coroner f F Sample D 185 1For Surveyor John Creech D 1S7 or Magistrate IPHLegg D 1801 Jerry Prollit R I For Constable D C Reynolds R o7 PRECINCT Xo 5 For Stato Senator C D Sublett D 1107r John W Coffee RFo-r 5 Ueprcscntutivc JPMorris D 100 John T Graham R UlG For County Judge f W Congloton D liedFor CauutyAttornoy- C 10211 C Folks D 105j For County Court Clerk W STuttD 105 For Sheriff T F Stamper D 1071 9D D Landsaw R aGi 4Forl School Superintendent J W Taulbee D 103 Jas Drake R GO For Jailer IT Brock Little D 90 9William Pence sr R 7G For Assessor SX Hobbs D 110 B N Spra ling R 54 For Corouer JISampleD 107- j For Surveyor G1Jahn Creech D 1 For Magistrate W f Baker D 106 Taylor Ienco R 57 For Constable R L Hollon D 78 Geo S Terrell R 87 791PRECINCT No 0 For State Senator C D Sublett D 147 John W Coffee R i7 For Representative J P Morris D 141 John T Graham R 78 in For County Judgl J W Congloton D 5i- oGWHaIBeyH182IaFor County Allorneyi in C C Finks D 115 For County Court Clerk Ito WS Putt D 117 For Sheriff mI T F Stamper D 36 1851Fer ltSIJnsI J Breck Little ID Iii Im William Ponce sr It GS- or Abu F Assessor- S I K Hobls DI 10I j Illiorj J F Sample D 1f1 t For IIForII MTaylor i 1171t Jerry Childors It 10 For Constable j Wm Brewer n um IeForI I C D Sublett D 108 I John W Coffee n l For Representative iE J P Morris n 11 John T Graham it 2t For County Judge i I J W Congleton D 102 G W Halsey It 111 For County Attorney I I C C Fulks D For County Court Clork1 110IIII WS Tutt n 11iFor Shori flIT F Stamper u 1 1h D D Landsaw lit For School Supurintondl1ntI JW Taulbeo n to I Jas Drake i I8fi orJtilerII i 1 I William Pence sr it For Assessor- S IUIIII X Hobbs In B X Spradling it 115 For Coroner- J F Sample n 1100I For SurveyorP 10S1ForSilas Murphy1 i p J Sherman Slmckolford It 1 For Constable 1IIII Foster Clark n 110 i i John Nell u j l PIIECIXCT Xo SiFor State Senator C D Sublott n 0John W Coffee it SOI For Representative JI iiOilJohn1 i I ji For County Judge J W Congleton n 7- iflG W Ilalsey It For County Attorney CC Fulks u HI For County Court Clerk W S Tutt D JFor Sheriff T F Stamper n fi- D ID Landnaw It jl- j For School Superintendent J W Taulbee i IS Jas Drake it For Jailer aI J Breck Little n JIWilliam Ponce sr u 82 For Assessor S N Hobbs D 1 i B X Spradling u For Coroner J F Sample D 48 For Surveyor John Creech D For Magistrate Geo Oliver 111 J1 J M Lovelace R 81 For Constable Sherman Bradley It 811 i 08iNow it is said that old Putnam i didnt leave his plow one gay nod j l start him out to fight Sir or atij III roast that he didnt gallop down a hundred stops and teaye them in the lurch Sir Such is history A hundred years from now some people may even argue that Schley didnt win the bottle of Santiago t 3iB e =Cheapest Store On Earth Quality of Goods Considered = If H F PIERATT 9GDKALKIl IX jj I iiiii 1V ir Caiii A ia L t Live Stock Country Produce LIVERY AND FEED STABLEa I Horses Hacks Buggies c for hire at all times and charges reasonable eLU1WBERRough Dressed and Tongue and Grooved 0Allkinds for sale 150000 feetyet to dispose of at living prices TA ES IIorII January 1 1902 to make settlement in full Dont delay or it youYourPIERATT II I 8 ttw ar 6SSSw C Victor one of tho teary little boys of N B Graham whoso ill de5sWednesday nlghtof lust week the remains wr Inid to nstt the Hazel Clrcfii yravoyard on Thursday Suffer littlo children come unto orestires His com end and that should console the parents in their afllirtiii Imctric Belt on Trial introduce it nndohttiin ngontf IToundersigned firm will StHil a of their Electric JMtsoii trial the following terms f 100 to paid in ten days if tthe I Iltproves heiieficial and the l1ahuicf 00 to ho tpaid in sixty days it the Belt eiViHts n Mire Till se HIt a positive cure for lib ntnt ism XtL rd ill Kidney trouble Stomach and Liver trouble Asthma etc Address at gore IIMAN KIKCTIIIC AlKxrv tf r015oxl87lXevVorkXY= Woods MuCord Squire 1itrcellI told two other gentlemen of Win chester compose a party who are drinking mineral water and theJsheriffelect of Clark and he tells us the county increased her demo jcratic majority CASTOR IIA IIFor Infants and Children DollChfiIBears tho Signature of X dtd Thus f y ars ag was book I iy liiti who lias listI j i ic in nccnl wins is ajjan IKIV jpfiutqllrt Days 1Jhld looks etter than wu ever eats laita When you han lattud fiche or neuralgia try Tri pltrIU Solid hy SS Cuiulis t SOIIB Jamjton ami F Iifratt Unzvl1 GreellI tf IH ilrndo Vtliitr kcr accused of killing Iroboii IJanliw at the Int tters hoim Lear 11hiteburtaa uiposit1 thnl was fscsiMui hislitolj- TO TIM WAP Apick lily ctne1I f htr drfnes andl noifos in the beet iiv Or Niclioliin Artificial Ear Drum dart U lU to hi Itij IChnMnnii t llv Wood Garrett who has boon viii itiny relatives in Iowoll county hUH returned after an enjoyabh week at tense Several illins crowded out this week will appear in next i iue 11CECIL BROS FANCY GROCERSI- arry 4 N a full llust of IIiiiiily IaiKT iyS3I 4 I xV1Y5etilIIh let t Light IrOlIll agar Ij t terrnoM Tiiinat I atstip 12ic L N1nlId Miftiinl Iti SaiiMixii lit JClUlllIo hc de k C2rFzncy Ccndlcs a Specialty F- Ittrhw r Taii t t1uOluO aj LA01ES WATOiiESf i i r rJ I Sjjvcr and GoM Every itimepieec 3 fully pnnraiitrcil 1ri s X100 SE SiCO oi I 4iSliiC ntil tiprsrjl 3 r gOltI weight 800 SingsIn t1 oval also Set Rings We have beauties in Opals hmeraldts Uu riri 1diesbahyr Prices from 8100 to S100 FRED JJa HEM 4 iEastI r i LEXINGTON KYt II HERALD TaEBEST I w A C r t fs s 9 i BillEt GBEE ittCC DEJIll 00 NORMAL AND PRPARATORYSCHOOL I 00- a igSTThe present term began September 3 with tho largest enrollment in the history of the school TiiG Second Session begins JANUARY 1 11902 ret thorough practical school for young men and women with Ten Courses of Study under Academic Commercial Normal Musical and 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Pose I GREAT NEWSPAPERfNONE TOO ROOD FOR YOU ft rcr Suovcribe CIIIInlo throuh your commission arm newtdener addrepiaiHEChicago III cj c i04004G430944ottdOppppp40400000iTM e o Attorney RASHII HAZEL CREEK KY tWill toiningcountieaColleclionaaePeandcaltd f 0 Iimril irr ty the the the the 1 THE DReI M WALDECK Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY Hazel Solicits Green the and patronage viei or tLe people of aareprofeasioaacalLdayoraaatspecialty S J tv What are Humors I They are vitiated or morbid fluids ing the veins and affecting the courSeII The are commonly duo to defective diges tion but ore sometimes Inherited How dotbey manifest themselves 1 In many fohns of cutaneous eruption salt rheum or eczema pimples and boils I nod In weakness languor general debility How are they espeled 7 By Hoods Sarsaparillawhich also builds up the system that has suffered from them It Is the best medicine for all humors THE HERALD j I Born to the wife of Dave Ross of the Murphy fork on Thursday the 14th inst a boy Read the new ad of II F Pie ratt which contains something of interest for everybody in this sec j tion Sam Wilson tho painter finish ed painting tho new residence of Bud Swango on Stillwator this week j On tho 14th MesdameB Harrison arid organizedM at this place j countyisother relatives and friends in and about Hazel Green At the Christian church Sunday the topics for lessons will be atji 11 a m Following Christ at 6 30 p m Trusting Jesus EEP your blood a yourtomachorgan a HooIlsSarsaparilla 4Callon Mrs F X Day for ready jLlstSreceived a choice Jot warm and nice and cheap Also a now lot ofnew hats This office turned out some bills for W T Swango this week an flouncing his sale on Saturday Dec 1 1001 and bargain hunters will do well to attend same Do you want a business educa- tioni Ifso write Prof B B Jones Lexington or come to this scholarshipWeS Rev H D Clark of Mt Sterling preached in the Christain church on the evening of the 13th and Prof S M Jefferson of Lexington preached on the evening of the I 14thiDr Taulbeo was called to see i Jim Cox a son of Fielden Cox who injured his hand some tune ago and had a finger amputated The backof the hand had swollen andIjj I the abscess that he lanced ran nearly a half pint of corruption I FOR SALEAscholarship in the Commercial College of Kentucky I University By early application at this office some young man can save several dollars tf We want a good girl to cookII wash and iron for family of three Ij no cow to milk nor children toIII nurse we only have two meals j dwring these short days and ali together the work is light We pay f1 a week and will bo obliged to any of our readers who will send us such a ono j Our Stillwater correspondent j complains that some one has used I correspondIence fellow used language calculated to insult some one An examination- of last weeks correspondenco doesII not reveal anything of the and we hope no one was hurt If BO this will exhonorate our scribp Christ in Prophecy Search the scriptures for in them yo think ye have eternal 5 life and they are which testify o- fmeJohn 589 A series of sermons by mII Cord principal of Hazel Green academy the mountain mission of the C W BM 1st His Progenitors- 2nd His Nativity 8rd His Childhood 4th His Ministry 5th His Character 6th His Offices 7th His Suffering 8th HisDeath 9th His Glorification Come let us study together Christ in prophecy Blank School Reports for use 6f teachers of public schools for able at this office 100 50 cents 00 75fi8100 t I ITHE CORNERSTONE IBYJ LEROY HOGGS- I A rugged rock wnw waiting there Among the mosses on the hill It placeThatThe trees antI flowers came and went They moved like pilgrims oer its crest Though nit this hustle nil this stir Did not disturb its peaceful rest The passcrb would look with scorn Ipoii its rugged1 surface bold They could not think that it was lierc Een in the Golden days ofold One slay a mason of our town Sought to make a cornerstone He looked1 awhile and then he found This raggedrock there all alone His work he did with greatest skill He plied the chisel to the line And then he found when he was done His cornerstone did almost shine The rock was placed with greatest care Upon a hill In Hazel Green And from the neighboring country round A noble structure will be seen StandUprightblood nourish anti sustain the physical sys tern Hood Saraparilla Is the standard purifier and true tonic for the blood l Hoods Pills do not cripe All drneeist 23c Joshua DoBusk and family left Monday for Oklahoma the object ivo point being Wood where his son Richmond is now located Bob Motley of the Murphy fork had the misfortune to lose a valuI able mulo one day last week HeI was logging with him when ho took I sick and laid down and died not withstanding all possible efforts to save him Our man about town heard this while nosing for news j j i Friday and Bobs little brother inhxw John Murphy told it which insures its accuracy It Saved Her Lila Goochs Mexican Syrup IllS ac accomplished cure in this neigh j borhood which has astonished the upIphysicimISho saul she would die before morning iind advised to discontinue his medicine as it was doing her no good Her parents had a bottle of GoochsMoxicanSyrup andGoochs Quick Relief in the house They at onco began to give the Syrup in doses ono hour apart and frequent ly bathed her chest with the Relief Before morning QuickII botItiesthe dead and has established the reputation of Goochs Mexican Syrup here as a cough remedy can sell nothing else weII J c N SAXD8I aIOII nndIIncidentally our man about town heard Friday that tho day before Newt Taulbee of Lacy creek hadII j tho fork told himMurphy that 10f lost a fine one on Wednesday from the same ca- useHelp I Nature t I i II I i I IIIf j ST cine If they do not thrive f j i on their food something is = I 3 wrong They need a little I I Ii IIhelpit to get their digestive 1 working properly I j Iff 1 I IrfTtSO SlI OFIilI OILIA will generally correct this 1 1 JfI J t 1 j fourth to half a teaspoonful 1 in babys bottle three or four i II times A day you will soon see iI a marked improvement For fI larger children from half to I toII if you so desire will very Ii soon show its great nourish- ingI power If the mothers Ii milk does not nourish the jbabv she needs the emul Illoru Hjwill show an effect at once both upon mother andchild fI soc and fLOO all droggbtx SCOTT Ii BOWNE ChemIsts New Vorkl i1 c t J COUNTY NEWS NOTES t 0 f STo insure insertion ALL corresV I IMondayII k that nearby on Monday morninfiX I Our correspondents are derelict in duty and wo want to say that henceforth they j willnot receive papers except for thej j week they have news letters We are dependent upon them for the news andI when they fail to send in their favorsi they put us to great inconvenience I CAMPTON BRIEFSII Cud 1B Hanks of this place iisII II very low with fever Daniel McQuinn of Ctillabooso was in town Saturday The little baby of Wm CundilT died Friday night with scarlet fever Kylpast week C C Wireman and Granvillo Bailey of this place wont to Glen cairn Sunday Note that pleasant smile on Dr J H Stampers faco since that cow was changed into beef j IJudge J W Congloton loft Mon for the city where ho I will purchase his winter stockof I I goodsJoe Cox a soldier boy who has been serving in the Philippine Islands has como home on a fur lough Frank Stamper high sheriff of Wolfe county has resumed his same position driving the team for Euster 1c Firestine We dont be lievo hell do this after the 1st of January A delightful time was held by some of the young folks of our town Tuesday night at a candy pulling given by Mrs Emily Byrd ja Those who attended and were partners at the party were Price Childers and Miss Pearlio Bowliu Willie Collins and Miss Kinda Rose Ike Rose and Miss Millie Center Harlan Stamper and I Nov 19 POT HOOKSI j j SUNNY SIDE A T Brooks who has been vis I iting his uncle Camel Brooks of Olive Hill for a few days returned last WednesdayIIEdward and Mollio Onoy took dinner Sunday with J W Taulbee and family of Daysboro and had such a nice time Miss Lula Taulbee who is teach counItyI Friday till Sunday Knstus Brooks went to ILnclo Saturday to see one of his grand children who was said to be very sick with croup Misses Stella and Lula Hurst of Stillwater and Alma Swango of Maytowu attended the laying of the cornerstone last Thursday Misses Monta and Nora Cruey and India and Mollie Coldiron of your town spent Saturday night with the family of J E Brooks androport a good time ISallie Cruoy and Jackson Sallio of Lacy creek passed up here Sunday afternoon Dontknow wheth or they were just taking a buggy ride or a bridal tour IKtlly Nickell of Grassy passed hero last week on routo to Hazel Green We suppose he called to see his grandma Aunt Bettie Nickell who remains very sick Wo enjoyed the Graham letter in the last weeks issue and also the biography of W R Tabor which appeared sometime ago Wo think that Mr Tabors business career in life is worthy of imita tion Our horse Jim Oney has the distemper very bad Uncle Jollie John said give him plenty of salt but we find it a hard matter when he has no appetite for anything But if he keeps on at the present rate getting thin we willsoon have to walk and lead Now and thats certain It has been our sweet privilege ever since we were old enough to work to have a little garden spot of our own to plant any kind of vegetables wo wanted to About the first of August wo gathered our onions and sowoi the same ground in turnips which produced the largest yield of any one kind we over tried our luck on If the reader could see what nice ones we raised they would say that Susie is a better hand with the hoe than 4t i 1 c U the pen Our crop amounted to five bushels Twelve years ago we raised fdur bushels of sweet pota toes and done all the workour solves Wo spent last Thursday night with Miss Daisy Day of HazelI Green weIa good time the talo wouldI only half be toldand the kind noss that we received at the hands of osdames Day and Kashwill not KashII her husband n A Kash and Iof sympathize with her but she should forget her troubles if pos j siblo and live for those three in terostiug children God has giveni her For wo believe in that sayjiI ing Tho hand that rocks the cradle rules tho world III Nov 19 SUSIK SUNIIKAM I TOLIVER TOPICS II C Ward of Hazel Green was seen in Toliyor Sunday Nellie Cox was tho pleasantguest of Lucy McNabb Sunday Henry Mannin of Pomoroyton I was in Tolivor Saturday on busi ness Miss Pearly Johnson and sister of Lacky creek wero in Toliver SundayMiss Emma Cox who has been at Hazel Green for sometime re turned home Sunday Joe Ingram and Dorce of May town were in Tolivor Sunday to see their best girls James Cox who got his finger cut off by a saw mill is suffering very badlyI at this writing The children of B F Boling were visiting uncle Job Ross and i wife of Menofeo county from Sat until Sunday i j Will Tom Wills Byrd McNabb I I and sister returned last week visit near Mt Sterling fromI port a fine time t t 0 W McNabb on the 5th inst i i arrested Goorgo Mays near Camp I ton on a charge of stealing five head of cattle in Menofee county and turned him over to W C TfiV1j lor of Meuufeo countyIj Noble of Jackson wasIElijnh his father of this place from Saturday until Monday and then returned to Jackson where he will enter school again j O W McNabb has completed the contract of furnishing lumber to build a bridge across Red river and Charley Gosnoy is building the bridge So in a short timo we can cross tho rive at any timo Nov 19 SUNSHINE MORCAN COUNTY CONSOLATION CHAT j Mrs A J Blankonship is im proving slowly Edward Lewis has moved in the property vacated by J D DeBusk Mort Wilson and Sidney Bishop dnyIattended meeting at Salem Sun I John Taulbeo mado a flying trip to Stillwater Saturday on busi lucasScottLacy j was visiting yo scribe Sunday and meandered further down the creek Josh DeBusk and family left Monday morning for Oklahoma iI where they expect to mako their future homo jj Dr Center did not fill his np but willpointment Sunday con- tinuei to preach ovory third Sun j j dayGeorge Oldfield known asSittle I George will show Monday night at Consolation His show consists ofa magic lantern and ho will lecture on the services he has Opossum hunting is tho order of tho day and watching a firry flying serpent is the order of tho night We will leave off the names of our informant but can give them if necessary Wo didnt seo it ourself there seems to be great excitement over what has beenI seen in the elements Mr Womack the superindont of schools visited the Consolation school Friday and he said it was tho most progressive school he had visited in tho county J Leroy Boggs of your town has certainly proved himself a teacher without exception He has never brought a switch in tho house and we have never heard a complaint from tho patrons or pupils yet Nov 19 B L E Pilelie Cures Piles I Money refunded if it over fails i r Ji i j Sunday is the regular appoint ment for services at the Methodist church in this place and the new pastor Rev Mr Greening will till tho pulpit on that occasion He preachedat Canoy on Sunday night and hind quite a good con gregation Ho has been unfortunate in not getting his furniture c and unless arrangements are completed this week to insure its early arrival he will probably hut h assigned to another field of labor rI e J17 i rj INFLAMMATIONSorvtlmul 11Oluli 4 minute TuclU 1 mhnllleIIIInot rColds Forming Fever GRIP 3 CURES ANY PAIN INSIDE OR OUT In one to thirty minutes111 n 1boWcLuotTmrllOOclJonla Sold by II F Pirntt Hazel GrlllI IKy KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat This preparation contains all of the digcstunts and digests all kinds of food It gives instant relief and never rails to cure It allows you to tallthe food you want The mostsensltlvo zxiauiythousandscured after everything else failed ItIs unequalled for all stomach troubles It cant help list do you good Prepared only l y HCMIKWITTCIO ridcasoI ThoJllwttlucontalnsJfiI tlrmstheioc bUu II P PlEKATT Situations Secured fM iladUalurluilion rtfundcd Write at once for catalogue and pocu1ethers BusinessiviasseyColleges Loulnllle Ky Montgomery Ala Houston Tel Columbus Ga Richmond Va Birmingham Ala Jacksonville Fla MEWDELWEINSTOCK 5 CO HATS027629 W MAIN STREET ILOtJISYILLE KY DAY HOUSE A iHA7EL GREEN KY lIWIImrORIi IThis house has recently been refurnished ami renovated ami ninler the present man axemtMit will continue to iDuinliiin the high hotueIcunntrfjre pectlullv Sample rooms for commercial tonritls Livery stable in connection where horses and vehicles will have the best attention hue GrassBursBlies FALL 1 1901 Fruit and Ornamental Trees Grape Vine Small Fruits Asparagus and everything fur Orchard laiwn and iarden We sell direct at right prices to the plantirand have no agents General Catalogue on application to both telephones If F IIILLKXMEYER riiovj 27t Lexington Ky H G ROBINSON BEATTYVILLE KY General Salesman for iH M HUGHES CO LOUISVILLE KY I Manufacturers of HighGrade Vinegi GL4erSolicits orders from the merchants of the mountains and guarantees satisfaction A mail order will receive prompt attention A now firstclass cafe for ladies and gentlemen hits been opened in the Phoenix Hotel Annex oppos ite the Ctc 0 depot whore all the delicacies of the season are served in firstclass style Ladies especially arc invited- ATTENTION LOTOWNERS Sidewalks Must Now Bo Bunt There are n numherof sidewalks in the town only partly Imilt or badly huilt which must he completed according to specifica tions on file in the Secretarys book The matter of building walks or pavements has heen kept quiet pending the derision in the MeNabh1 case in the Court of Appeals Now as it hiss heen shown that the Hoard of Trustees has sole control ot the building of sidewalks it will he expected 1 that nil walks he put in firstclass conditional once There will be no dillydallying any more Properly owners whoI have been ordered to build Mdewalks may call upon the clerk C U Rose for 1CciCtti0tI5Vt II Costa Chr liTTofliG Dizzy Then your liver isnt acting well You suffer from bilious ness constipation Ayers Pills act directly on the liver For 60 years they have been the Standard Family Pill Small doses cure AlIdlsts Fiant your moustache or beard a- brownorzichbiack lleauUfI11 1 Then ule BUCKINGHAMS DYE tq ll8ra I to ets IW TO DO CG d r for Q j J J i i frtt11 ii1noti a decoction of chemicals but of course it is new and under proof ri tijjur Mountain Dow 5 year old whiskey is a liquid joy It iis actu AJ ally produced by lione t Tur Heels in the Mountain Section of X C by thec Ttohl time hand process Ever hop is boiled over open furnace wood firciifsihjiiiill old style eoiici stills in exactly the same way as distilled by our grand I fathers n century ago First rate whiskey is sollit 5 and C perl gallon but not any better than Mountain Dew It isi the 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more about it both sent absolutely free by mall linen frequent also and scalding times ordinary wonderful and I address Dr Kilmer or SwazrpRooC wrltlngmenIUon I f The Democrats Aroused Once more tho democrats of Jet enrnino have ncioved a gloriou victory Whenever they get on i their working clothes ad they d- if in this campaign it is useless for f the enemy to appear against them Tho democrats were aroused a they have seldom been in tltisII county before Jessamine Journal That Thobbing Headachei Would quickly leave you if you j used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of sufferers have proved 1 their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches They make t pure blood and buildup your health Only 25 cents Money back if not cured Sold by J T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sons Campton druggists i The Democratic Balance When it comes to adding up nIlt the democratic majorities in Kentucky and subtracting therefrom the measly little republican ma thenIe is a net balance to the credit of the democrats of about 30000 1 t Owensboro Messenger 4 t Reliable and Gentle I A pillsapillsajS the saw But there are pills ana pills You l wantII a pill which is certain and gentle Mustnt gripe De Witts Little Early Risers till the i a bill Purely vegetable Do notl force but assist tho bowels to act strengthen and invigorate SmallI and easy to take II F PIERATT Praise For Campaign Committee i Much credit is due the demo crane campaign committee for the excellenco of their labors in thi county during the campaign1 just v closed They have worked har I and faithfully and their efforts have borne good fruit BourbonI News e Great Luck of An Editor For two years all efforts to cur f Eczema in the palms of my hands i Lesteriof Syracuse Kan then I was wholly cured by Bucklens Arnic- Salvo Its tho worlds best for I d eruptionssores and all skin Only 25c per box Sold by J Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sons Camptou III Not Done By Halves j Kentucky did not do things by halves this time The legislature will be democratic by a majority twice as large as tho republican vote on joint ballot Hopkiusvillo Kentuckian r For SaleIOne Fay No8six roll 8 inch lightning floorer with beading at tachment One Fay carriage cutI f ting off saw F BUSH Soxc Lexington Ky Deboes Senatorial Harp After reading the returns of thof recent election in Kentucky MrII Deboo may prepare to hang his + senatorial harp on a Sappling Maysville Public Ledger i 7 44Healthy Children Are Happy Mothers Worm Syrup makes children healthy by expelling the worms that make thorn ill Child j Iron eat it on breads sd y The State Is The Kentucky SavedII a r pnltj1the i thotoughly and or- s lastingly erfredrakli n F vor pultt3 TIiaHERALyearUaadDiinonthlpVorld I J 1 A QUEER WILL BURIED I In a Bucket With the Testators GoldAmong Other Relics Was An Old Cob Pipe NASHVILLK TEXX Nov 13 Perhaps tho most unique will overwritten was dug up at Echoles Ky last evening Here it is Tho last will and testament I Ben 0 Mansfield ofII PAUAKISK KY Nov 17 1871- I know mo lifo air short in wurld an as I haint got no relaiI lives hero and not nieni frenz 1 burry my money and the mUll who fines it kin havo it I havo some roliks horo also you can have them two KKX 0 MANSFIELD i While repairing an old building James ML OConnor noticed a piece of wire partly buried and when ho pulled it up he found that iti had been fastened to a tin bucket now alnlCsteaten to pieces OCon nor after removing a little earth found an old tucket The lid was removed anda few old paperstnken- out At the bottom was 1815 in goldwrapped ton paper upon which was written the above will Among the relics mentioned by the eccentric testator was an old cob pipe OConnor is a laboring man with seven children and an invalid wife and no one could appreciate this 1find of treasure more than he Mansfield resided in tho house under which the money was found the last six years of his life Spreads Like Wildfire When things are tho best they become tho best selling Abraham Hare a leading druggist of Belleville O writes Electric Bitters are the best selling bitters I have handled in 20 years You know why Y Most diseases begin in disorders of stomach liverkidueys bowels blood and nerves Electric Bitters tones up the stomach reg ulates liver kidneys and bowels purfies the blood strengthens the nerves hence cures multitudes of maladies It builds up the entire system Puts new lifo and vigor into any weak sickly rundown man or woman Price 50 cents Sold by J Taylor Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sons Campton drugstores Everything Is Lovely Everything is towels and democracy still lives and iis greatly strengthened by the fight that ended Tuesday evening Carroll ton News pianosIclocks watches and jewelry as cheap any where else as you can ofmo Como and see samples and you will be convinced You do not have to risk your money with mailorder houses tf J T GEVEDOX 9The annual state meeting Fed eration of Labor met in Lexington immedidi stets into executive session and tookup national labor problems Nearly every lodge in the state was represented anewomen to travel and advertise for old establishedhouseof solid financial standing Salary 780 a year andexpenses all payable in cash refera ences and enclose selfaddressed stamped envelope Address Mana tTf the county seat of Car IIGrayson is experiencing a coal famine Tho schools have shut down and many private families theIHenry Pieratt bought all the picture frames the agent of tho Chicago Portrait Co had leftover and is selling them 50 per cent cheaper than the agent sold them The number is limited and if you want one youd better move in a hurry as they are going like hot cakes 52tf All Danger Is Over The election is over democracy again safely in the saddle and the peoplo may sleep and rest in peace Georgetown News VitaajOro will relieve you of all aches and pains Agents wanted stampSponcor Poor Old Deboe I Deboo and his per diem per day are lost in the shuffleNel- on Record IWhen you have head ache or ueuralgia try Tnphene Sold by STSrC ombs Sons Campton an F Pieratt Hazel Green tf Two Points of View It was terribly tough or it was I just delightful owing to your po litical aflllilttionaIsere Herald Mil IASTHMA CURE FREE a A c A c Atl mnlone Brings Instant Relief and XcromtxLOirt Ciwo in All CstseFA SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL WRITE YOUR KAME AND AUUKKSS PLAIXLII A CHAINED FOR TEN A YEARS I ana a There is nothing like ASTHMAIEXE It brings instant relief oven in tho worst cases It when all i I The Rev C F WELLS of Villa Ridgeii IIIsays Your trial bottle of Asthma lene received I tell how thankful I feel for a derived rom 1 wan a slave chained with putrid sore throat and Asthma for 10 years I despaired of ever being cured I saw your advertisement for the cure of torment ing disease Asthma and thought you had avorepoken yourselves resohcd to give a trial To my astonishment the trialt acted a charm Send a full I Rev Morris Wechsler Rabbiof the Cong Israel NEW YORK January 3 1901 Dna Bites MEDICINE Co Gentlemen Your Asthmalene an remedy for and flay Fever r and its composition alleviates all troubles which combine with Asthma Its id astonishing After havingit carefully analyzed we can state that Asthmalene contains no opium morphine chloroform or ether Very truly yours REV DR MORRIS WECHSLER 0AVON SrniNGS Y February 1901 DR TAFT Bnos MEDICINE Co Gentlemen I write this testimonial from a sense of duty having tested the wonderful effect of your Asthmalene for the cure of Asthma My wife has afflicted with spasmodic for the past 12 Having exhausted ray own skillas well as many others chanced to your sign upon your windows on IXUth street New York I at once obtained of Aslhmnlcne My wife commenced taking it about the first of I very soou noticed a radical improvement After using one the Asthma has disappeared and she is entirely free from all symptoms I feel that I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who are alllicted with this distressing disease Yours respectfully O D PHELPS M D DR TAFT MED Co 0 February f lUll I Gentlemen I was troubled with Asthma for 21 years I have tried niiineroiiH remedies but they have all failed Iran across your advertisement and started a trial bottle I fount relief at once I have since purchased your full siz bottle and I am ever grateful 1 have family of four children ami for six yeais j was unable to work I am now in the best of health and am doing business everyday This testimony you can make use of you see fit j Home address L35 Rivington street S RAPHAEL 67 East 129th street York City O7xlal Bottle Sent Absolutely ee on ReceIpt at iPoKtal Do not delay Write at once addressing DR TAFT BROS MEDICINE COMPANY 79 East 130th Street New York City SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS I Huuonscro a A j II 1 it A 1 N as l7f lWhisog1k I rDIRECT FROM DISTILLERY TO CONSUMER I J JUGSIti Hagana Old Rye or Bourbon 4 years por gallon 200 kJIIIIII- iagans Old Rye or Bourbon 0 years old per gallon 250 bt Hagans Old Rye or Bourbon 7 years old j per 275 L Ir Hagaus Old Rye or Bourbon 8 years old per 300 KI WHlSKEYIN OASES We will send 4 full quarts of Hagans Ryo or Bourbon 10 years old for SJ50 0 full 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 SSrWHISKEY YOU MAST DRINK HACANS RYE IIJJ dSPECIAL PRICE LIsTWe quote the following Brands of whiskies cased by Stoll Co Lexington Ky Old Elk 4s 12 bottles per case 1200 ii Old Elk 4s 6 JDOO Bond Lillard 4s12 bottles per case 1200 Bond Lillard 4s 0 Bond Lillard 5112 t r aooii Bond 4 Lillard 5s 6 550 Tarr 5c 12 bottles per pase 1000 j 0 bottles per case 500 Ashland 5s 12 bottle per case 1000 0 bottles per case 500 Old Elk is bottled in bond and also free j tho other whiskies are bottled free only You run no risk whatever in sending us order We guarantee every shipment wo make to be exactly as represented If goods are not entirely satisfactory ship them back money will be refunded We do not ship goods C 0 D Please make till remittances payable to Tho Hagan Distiliing Company j References The Lexington City National Bank or Stoll Co largest distiller in State Address THE HAGAN DISTILLING Co LEXINGTON KY I A ft Farm tforr Sale I will sell my farm of 169 ACRES Consisting of about 80 acres of cleared more than half of which is in grass and the rest in good oak timber with one Good Frame Dwelliig House of four rooms a good drilled well if never failing water and outhouses cribs and stables also two tenant houses There is Fine Vein of the BEST COAL from which several thousand bushels are sold each year The farm is one and one goodbargainson or writing to Wu H COBD Hazel GreeD Ky v ferK W 3ift cures else fails in good condition cannot ynir the Rood this but it like me size bottleIDr Bnai TAFT is ex cellent Asthma success and wonderful N been asthma years see bottle November bottle BROS with ouch New gallon gallon quarts bottled and Old your and your 1indlefdr JathII WINCHESTER KY N H WITHERSPOON President B H HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 10000000 Surplus 2000000 40421048Thischants formers traders fagenerally antithe01leaitlmateoct181yojj- IKE HARTFIELDI wIBEPBB8ENT8 COLYNCHBURG Importers and Jobbers of Dry Goods No tions and Fancy Goods We manufacture our andOverallsyou IL kS lexingtonS Souse I + LOUIS 5 GUS LEXINGTON IYB Fall t alit r Ann onnscfflcnt Dm Is in Not now Cheep Motto nul ltutr Geed o All Former Efforts Best Goods 4 a z and Lowest PriceslitMens Suitst at 01 M worth G JtIltIt 7- MenstttE Clay Worsted Suits 5505H 4 = worth 12 4 Mens Overcoats Mens Overcoats 300 worth 8 41- fE Tine Overcoat t worth3tj CulnmclnfTiI blacksmithing STRAUS A complete line Alfred Benjamin ICo Clothing the the World MERCHANT TAILORING IAfknoxvlodiCtl Bcst Kentucky Our Surpassed 5r IClothing Clothing Clothing Clothing I 31Boys at 49 cents worth 100 Boys Suits at 00 worth Boys worth at worth TRUNKS TRUNKS Largest stock in in this department 4If f REMEMBERDont Invest One Dollar until 3you get Our Prices Former efforts surpassed =Come and make our store your headquarters 1 You welcome Trunks in endless vari- etyLUSCLJSSTRAUS 3i if XT Ya = State College of Kentucky The id College of Kentucky offer t following of study viz Agrictilturiil Horttiilluial Chemical Iliulocicil Mnlhemxtiral Normal School apical Miiuiiiteiin Engineering Civil IIlgnellttees degree Each course of study is wider u separate faculty The general faculty nnmhrrs more than thirty professors tutu instructor dornlltorle4111IlThe labonitoiiis and mutemiis are large well equipped comprehensive and modern Tho last Legiliittire appropriated 0000 for a college home for young women and a drill liall ind gymnasium Im been provided for men tactics sad tie provided for and required by longreasGraduates from the several of study readily find losil anti liberal reninnenitiiin The is largely in excess of the ability of the cullogi to supply Lust year the iliou list was I For catalogues Iof obtaining appointments information regarding of study tad cries of apply to JAMES 1C PATTERSON Ph DLL D Or to Prof D C Business Manager Lexington Ky Term September ICth HOiI W R CO Live Stock Commission t FOR TIlE SALE OF Cattle flogs Sheep Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI 0 ALSO Bourbon Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY COlisiglimentllsolicitetl Js T DAY1 DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE HAZEL GREEN KY Has in ocka stock of oycryIlIIeorrisbuying houseinundorbuy HUGHES CHILL TONIC IwiTiiiui Hotter than Quinine Coiitrius no Arsenic Tilt oiit itiiAiii 3Jj1G rf tTfCCliillsanil TonicIJmirjintrlSUCCKSSWOISTII IOUVI CIForty aueets proves liuglifsToiiiua fjrint forChillsall malarial fevers frQ EVERY ANDi1AThISROSE WHEELER BlACKSMITHS WACONMAKERSHAZEL LiInvite tho attention the cinity their proved facilities wagon making repair work kinds mechanicsinsures salitiactionBuggy building wagon making specialties Your patronaee spectfully solicited WHEELER Great G1otnin liutet of G best in DEPARTMENT To lie the IBoys Bops Boys Boys Suits cents 200 Suits at 124 250 11Boys Suits 2CO 400 the State riiiiilural Mechanical State course Mrihauical Kltctrical organized Military science fully conre excellent lions demand mutririi 020 tnciho courses ndmiMion President FRAZEE tWFall begins CRAWFORD LOOK STIUCII TIME Saves IlugitesToaictasl SpringFail thlIhertn 1fill Y As well as a Sure Cure for JustthatirxKVKK FA us roc anti Botllee I y furs in the rem i ely I 0 = ti t OF of of this vi to im and asi as of all and are is re and appreciatedROSE s II I t I I II i A i I I I i I A IX nine III rUKIAUKI 1IY COINCOUtUKATKU LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY ctret IYr2 i DESCKIPTIOS t PRACTICAL i r OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ggPANTSQp Jegatd 1111 Sot Ripo 88o1 88 ggKY0000oooooaoooooo0000o00 Ooo Silver WU8IlffOUe EUUS I have for sale now Silver Wyandotte Eggs at SlOO for 13 These Are Thoroughbred THOROUGHBREDyou be no longer satisfied with STOCKFiritROBERT L CORDtI 33 Hazel Green Kya GET YOUR Letterhead SelopesSa- leDtnsleprfatAdltsL OataloRaes 8 iJiALIloQee- fy 1 h p y- S DolJarluutil 3 I S arc REGAIN YOUR HEALTH WITH c 1 IIefOGOllllooouoooooot II1111110011001100101 E OREJI0e4000e6066666oell NATURES DOCTOR FOR i K NIJ11 IT CURES Rheumatism Diptherias r Grippe Brights Disease Blood Poisoning Kidney Liver and Stomach Troubles f Female Complaint Catarrh and General Debility 0 IT CURESWHEN ALL ELSE FAILS II iRDAD THE TESTIMONY OP TWO wmrKNOWN CITIZENS OP WOLFE i Mr Cooper Hazel Green Ky t I purchased some of the VitteOre of ande3 theIVitaeOre Elixer my nerves were as steady 1 as when I was 16 years of age and Iam now past 75 For more than a year FJSJ had been trying all the patent medicines 1 andnostrums I could hear of to build 1 myself up but nothing did me any good j until I used Vitas Ore which my wife brought me from your houe After i hfCtldaysyears and I was not more fatigued than I was 25 years ago over the same work J It is the grandest medicine in the world T and I want everybody in the mountains to know what it did for me BO they may try it Hoping every one who has that liesVitma I remain thankfully yours for putting me on to this remedy JAMES LACY I can vouch for every word Mr La 1says In the above I am his wife and bought the medicine of Mr Cooper lot jhim though I did not have much fault in C motifthingswed Vitas Ore and am stronger and in better health than for years which 1ft f attribute to its use MRS SOUTHEY LACY Lacy Creek Ky Juno 41 1804 JEiVit Ore is 1 a package whick fteaspoonfult jny address on receipt of price Address SPENCER COOPER HAZEL GREEN KY taaS- A t