You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Hazel Green herald: n. Thursday, November 28, 1901. The Hazel Green herald. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Spencer Cooper, Hazel Green, KY 1901 haz1901112801 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 28, 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. a L N JP c tADVERTISING RATES R K I Column 1 year o siO 00nnKM II 1 year 35 c i II 1 year 20 00 1 U 2 Inches 1 year JO 00 +sI Inch 1 i 1AnnouncementsSlate 1000 County officers 500officers 300 calls on cniuli 11 or political writeups 8Sc line Obituaries Tributes Ac sire by us 8ca line where copy f furnished same as locals 5c a lines I lk THE HAZEL GREEN HERALDEstablished March 4 1885 Made Famous In the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORellIj SEVENTEENTH YEAR I HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 28 1901 NUMBER 20 I SPENCEIl COOPER YEAUOwnerI I I t y Dunt alnsAlwnYII In Advance I Kind Yon beenIntn and has been made under his per sonal since Its Infancy Allow no ono to deceive yon In this butExperiments otInfantsWhat is CASTORIA Castoria is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare ItrOpium Morphine nor other Narcotlo 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 the Food regulates the 4 leepThoGENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of nl The Kind You toAlways Bought In Use For Over 30 Years two census eorar n ru ar eTIICCT narroaa orrtr A BUSINESS TRAINING 1 AT THE LEXINGTON 4 BUSINESS 4 c i KY I Gves capitalized resultsj by preparing for Business Life and Insuring Employment to the ambitious an worthy 100 invested in this schooli has been the means of help ing thousands to positions of honor and trust WHY NOT YOU- GETTING A START ini the world is everything r WE START YOU C WITH A CASH CAPITAL tl e 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 j be in your hands A postal will bring it rt IFYOURMEANSarelimtted lar A telling you how r you can be instructed at home wr PREPARE for Civil Service poditious under Government Selections prepare public school teach ers to teach our Branches in other Business Collegesand prepare Stenogra FirmsFREE ner availed free on application I I RRN A SCltOLARSHIP FREE by working for us at your home duringj spare hours Circular B explains desiredINour ad in THE HAZEL GREEN r HERALD Address BENJAMIN B JONES President LEXINGTON KY P S =Cheapest Store On Earth Quality of Goods Considered H F PIERATTDEALER IX 1Iiili MiR aiilt iLive Stock Country Produce LIVERY AND FEED STABLE ti Horses Hacks Buggies Sc for lure at all times and charges reasonable It t LU BERRough Dressed anti Tongue and Grooved All kinds for sale 150000 feet yet to dispose of at living prices TA ESAlloutstanding taxes must be settled now or levy will be made as I have only until January 1 1902 to make settlement in full Dont delay or it will be detrimental to you Your friend HsF PIERATT v MENDELWEINSTOCKXCO ryii HATS687629 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE supervision should KE HARTFIELD J Headquarters Mt Sterling By REPRES- ENTSCUCCENHEIMER Cot LYNCHBURG VA Importers and Jobbers of Dry Goods No tioni and Fancy Goods We manufacture the well known BEATSALL Pan ta Overalls Hold your orders until you set him i Jf o o T JKSGIYIKG fiM3 wPl 1 1 BY ANY RANDOLPH CONCLUDED FROM LAST WEEK Mrs Jones has got such a beau tiful big turkey in her oven and aI great mince piolI 0 mammal I I wishwe had a turkey I get so tired of bread and molasses I I Mrs Hardwicke bent down to press her lips to Willies bluet t veined forehead My poor little boy I I stood at the door and watch ed Mrs Jones turkey ever so long mamma it looked so nice in the big panuntilsho told mo she couldnt have little boys around and to go off and stop staring I Mamma when you get the money for that sacque can we have a tur koy a very little one mamma Hardly Willie the 30 centsI must buy bread and coal Wouldnt you like a turkey mamma Very much Willie How much would one cost I dont know 200 perhaps Whats tho use of asking such questions She spoke a little impatiently and Willie sat silently looking at the floor a few minutes and then got up and went out a great ambi tion stirring in his little heartsI can sell the gold chain and cross mamma gave me and buy a turkey he thought I cried when she wanted to sell it before but Im two months older now stairEs holding his head very high in the air and feeling painfully conscious agedThe stores are all shut I didnt think of that pondered Willie with a pang of disappointment r shrinking and shivering as the bit ing gusts swept down the streets But I could stand on the corner and offer it as Billy Jones does his newspapers But Willie found it not so easy to attract attention of the busy throng who eddied perpetually past his corner Please sir will you buy my Out of the way boy I And the two gentlemen nearly overturned Willie as they rushed across the street Lady please buy my chain its only 200 Two dollars for a brass thing like that I Its jokin yo betI ejaculated the stout Irish woman with a passing glance of contempt i and she too went on her way Sir please Take care little one I came very near running over you I1 and Theron Jaycox lifted Willie up and set him good humoredly on hisi feat Are you all right now Whatcrying Did I hurt you For the tears were making two little crystal channels down Willie 1 s cheeks as he stood shivering and trembling on the pave mentNo sirnot much j butbut Ive dropped my gold chain Dropped it Where And Theron Jaycox bent down to search for what he supposed to be some gilded toy Here it isjust ready to slip down into the grating Hallo I Its real gold Yes sir it is said Williewitb renewed hope Would you please to buy it But Theron Jaycox was not paying attention to the childs words Tho hot flushes were reddening across his cheeks as he recognizedI the autique pattern of the twisted gold cross that hung by a slender ring from the chain It cannot be the same he murmured half aloud and yet- I I could have sworn there were nott two just alike in the world Where did you get this little one Mamma gave it to me when I 1 was seven years old said watching the golden gleam oC the ornament as it lay in Theron Ja coxs hand And who is your mamma She is Mrs Hardwicke sir sandI I am Willie Kearney Hard liwicke i t r o c I IThoron bit his upsho coal himself turn pale I Why do you sell this chain Willie 1Wo aro so tired of bread andI molasses sir and mamma has noI money but 30 cents and I wanted a turkey for Thanksgii ng so muchAnd you shall have it said Theron closing his hand within his furlined glove Come Wit youI7 since papa died said the boy solemnly Shell see me I think The ron Jaycox took Willie Hardwicke up in his arms and put him down among buffalo robes Now then tellme which way to drive Theron Alice Hardwicke sat in the mi die of the room shading her eye withone wh te hand as if her of lovers face were an apparition from the other world My lovemy Alice That you should have come to this But it is over now Wo will begin the worldanew Alice I My dearest shall it be so 0 Theron I did not think you over could have forgiven mo I Dear dear said thrifty Helen 1 Jaycox the dinner certainly will be spoiled if Theron dont make his appearance pretty soon Hark I hea coming now l AndI he ran out to greet the coming roll of wheels Theron I why Theron who is that with you My wife Xelly and my son 1t Your wife I was married this morning j Give Alice a kiss of welcome dear And Helen with a little cry of recognition clasped Alien in her arms forgiving everything 0 Alice Im so gladso1 glad 11G Little Willie feasted right roy ally on the Thanksgiving turkey that had been the pride of MissI Helens culinary art that day And when at last he fell asleep with his head on Helens lap in the bright glimmer of the pinelog fire she leaned softly across toput her cheek on her brothers shoul1 der Thoron do you remember what you said to me this morning About what That you never never should marry That we were destined toI be old bachelor and old maid Cc the rest of our lives- Circumstances alter casesNell He answered Helens words but he looked straight into the deep plue light of his wiles eyes Astounding Discovery From Coopersville Mich word of a wonderful discovery of a pleasant tasting liquid that when used before retiring by anyone troubled with a bad cough alwaysI ensuing a good nights rest It esI IcillsooncurethecoughtoowritMrs generations of our family have used Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption and never found iits equal for Coughs and Colds Its an unrivaled lifesaver when used for desperate lung diseases Guaranteed bottles 50 cents and 100 at J Taylor Day Hazel Green and Camptondrug1 Henry Cecil and Miss Carrie Swango Cletis Swango and Miss Ora Swango and perhaps others attended a candy pulling at the residence of Harry Little near Flat Rock Menefeo county Friday i night last 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 One Minute Cough Cure never fails Acts promply It is very pleasant to the taste and perfectly harmless C B George Winchester Ky attackedewith croup late one night and was speakyWe gave her a few doses of One Minute Cough Cure It relieved her immediately and she went to sleep When she awoke next morn ing she had no signs of hoarseness- or croup H F PIEBATT APPELLATEJ COURT DECIDES t1 In Favor ofJudge PrattMajority j Opinion Holds That Office of 11Attornyj General is His The court of appeals on Wed nos day week reversed tho judgment of Judge Cantrill of tho Franklin circuit court which sustained tho decision of tho state contest board in giving tho office of attorney general to Judge Robert J Breck inridgo and holds that Judge Clif jton J Pratt of Hopkins county jthe unseated republican nominee jis the legal official Tho decision of the court is final and directs that Judgo Brockin ridge shall retire immediately from officeJustice Gully delivered the opi Burdnam and ORear republi Judgeds j Paynter and White dem ocrats dissent from tho decision The court of appeals through Judge Guffy says Tho judgment or decision of tho state board of contest is void1 Jand conferred no right upon tho appellee Breckinridge and could1 not affect appellant Pratts right and title to tho office in contest and the court below erred in ren dering tho judgment appealed1 I from Attorney General Pratt is the only one of the Kentucky state officers on the republican ticket to get the benefit of Wednesdays decision All the others appealed direct to the court of appeals afte the decision of tho contest board and the boards decision was sustained Modern Surgery Surpassed While suffering from a bad case of piles I consulted a physician who advised mo to try a box of De Witts Witch Hazof Salve says F Carter Atlanta Ga I pro cured a box and was entirely cured DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is a splendid cure for piles giving relief instantly and I heartly re commend it to all sufferers Surg ery is unnecessary to cure piles DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve will1 euro any case Cuts burns bruises 1and all otherwoundsaroalsoquick ly cured by it Beware of counterfeits H F PIEKATT Robert Ferguson of Morton B Gap Christian county charged with the illegal sale of whisky was grandrI jury Sam Reuben manager of a furniture company at Owingsville i missing It is said that he took about 300 with him A Physician Testifies esIhave taken Kcdol Dyspepsia Cure and have never used anything in my life that did me the good that didsays County Physician Geo W Scroggs of Hall county Ga Being a physician I have prescribed it and found it to give eethe best results If the food you eat remains undigested in your stomach it decays there and pois Ions 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 nort quicklyH F PlEUATT George Bramble of the Moores Ferry neighborhood in Bath coun ty had both legs broken by a barrel of salt falling on him Small pox is raging in tho cos ern part of Bath county Three new cases are reported f To cure SICK HEADACHE HABITUAL CONSTIPATION and all diseases arising from In digestion They will purity your blood and make your complexion as FAIR AS A LILY They are gelatin oeated WHCE MOOTS Sold bj J M Bose Haul Green Ky Coughs coughforbattles of Ayers Cherry Pectoral large size and it cured her com pletely J H Burge Macon Col Probably you know of cough medicines that re lieve little coughs oil coughs except deepones The medicine that has been curing the worst of deep coughs for sixty CherryPectoralPectoralThree 2Sc Stc St All IIttLennottowoLeay1twillingJ Mall ULTIMATUM Sent Brigands Giving Them Six Days to Accept TermsM1Miss Helen Stone tho mission ary from this country who was kidnaped by Bulgarian brigands some time ngo is still a unless indeed she has perished from exposure or been put to death Sho was kidnaped on Turkish ter- ritoryI but at once hurried over the I sumImoney as ransom for her return with tho threat that s1teefeedrtimo she would be shot So stu pendous was tho ransom demanded that many thought it a joke But efforts wore made to recapture her by some while others sought to secure the sum demanded as ran som The first date fer her deliv ery or death arrived but nothing had been accomplished Then tho brigands modified their demands and tho ransom has at last hoe materially reduced U S Consul Dickinson has now sent an ulti matum to the brigands dated the 20th inst giving them six days to accept a specified sum as ransom I IGone to Other Fields Rev Mr Greening who was assigned to the West Liberty and Hazel Green charge by tho Moth odist conference at its recent session came hero shortly after he was appointed and filled his appointments at this place and Wet Liberty Ho also preached at Caney and at Rose chapel all maybe at other points But he oef place and this because he was away front his family and evor since his arrival ho has been try ing to arrange to get his family and furniture here This he failed to do and on Friday morning last he left for other fields and pastures new having been promised a more congenial charge elsewhere He was hero so short a time that the people had no time to acquaint themselves with him but he impressed the majority as one who had never roughed it as most mountain ministers have to do and the friends he made during his short stay are glad that begets a place more suitable to his needs There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together and until tho last few years was sup posed to be incurable For a ores many years doctors pronouncedit a local disease and prescribed lo constantt y failing to cure with local treatment pronounced it incurable Science has proved catarrh to be a constitutional disease and there fore requires consitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure man ufactured by FJ Cheney C CoII 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 the blood anti 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 S Co- Toledo O HaUsIFamily Pills are the best THE HERALD and Monthly World one dollar a year in advance I V 1 I SUBSCRIPTION p RATES k K One year in adaneeIoo n fjf Sinsle copy 00 you date are alter paid your to name J f 10 days before time is J IIThewhen give changed renewing postoffice letter should or or be bank to indicatesI I I j fGiOGi + sJSC+Sur3irSGrSriirlf 6G1 riQ I +COUNTY + DIRECTORY + s CIKCUIT COURT I Third Monday in January Fourth j Monday in April and Third Monday in Septemberii JudgeA a J F VAXHAXT Master Commissioner C C HANKS Trustee Jury Fund 0COUNTY COURT First Monday in each month JudgeWA T Coinis Sheriff AttorneyIsiAC JaileriEOA88essorJoIIS i FRANK SAMPLE Coroner 0 MAGISTRATES COURTS TIME OP HOIDINO AND OFFICIALS FIRST DISTRICT EUAS SIIOCKEY holdingcourt RosEInCon isFebruary 1 MagistrahConstableCourtinFehruary May August and November LEGGIagistrate MarchJune i FIFTH t SJXTUJ N CHAMBERS DAVIDrj ThirdFridaylndNoemberi BOIISlagi8trati MarchJune OLIYERIItime for holding setii corttt j I Lexikfon and Eastern Railway Time Table in Elfectj Oct 20 1901 EAST B UND i No 2 I No 4 ilyexnSunday Sunday e IMLveI ALMLre f J Lexington j 2 10 pm f 40 am Winchesterf i ipm 9 25 am iLJCEJuncni pin 37 am 1talltou1S nmtNatUritlge 4 20 pm i9 54 i Torrent 34 pm 10 03 am 1 Beattyve Jc11 56 pin 10 2J amiI Jackson 00 pm 11 30 i WEST BOUND No 1 No 3 STATIONS Daily ex Daily ex Sunday Sunday Jackson pmBeattrveI Torrent pmStantonNat 7 47 am 2 39 pmii pmClay t LkEJuocu pmWinchesterLexington 10 10 am 500 pmIManagerCBAS9COTTOeaPaseAgent i T It MORGAN S P A 1 I i LOUISVILLE TIN AND STOVE COMPANY I Jobbers and Dealers in SOESJ Japaned and Tinware c1 LQUXSYJLLE RY DILLER + BENNETT s WHOLESALEOTHITTO I 8LWholesaleDealer in the South LOUIsville Kj JJJSiUtlcwoitU6o tManufacturers and Jobbers of MENS CHI BOYSCLOTHINCI I 607 W MAIN STREETLOUISVILLE KY REH BEVERSON 5 CO f HSISJJjI J C9 BADjL1EY 508512 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY aotegOooTQ en r FVjft2 Tie Great UY1TTtl s rSOLE DRILE HAZEL GREEN KY 9 a TomtTt THE HERALD SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY November 28 1001 1 THE town of Jackson has an epidemic of smallpox andt privately we have peen toldl that within the year past a case of it could have been located in the town or vicinity most any time however it- IS i t our purpose now to warn1 our citizens to take precau tionary measures against it In another part of our paper we publish today a simple butt sure cure for this dreaded dos ease and also a preventive ofI it In time of peace prepare for war is an injunction quite appropriate to the occasion i and our readers should dip and preserve this prescription Iat is so cheap that every family shouldsecure a supply of the 3 3create of tarter at once and if the disease makes its ap pearance in the neighborhood t fi use it to prevent contracting it lersonnl1ywe know nothing of its merits but we have so much confidence in it that t r we would risk our life upon4 the result should the disease l attack us mid it is so simple1 that no harm could come of ititc AMERICAN delegates to Mexico are charged with tho same ill1 breeding that so often characterized 4 British visitors to this country j Surely men could have been pickedout who if they did not l know how to behave in good society might at least have been willing j to undergo tthe six easy 1les- sons by mail process SOME months ago tho country was wondering over the credibility of the victims of a man who offer ed to earn 520 per cent interest on l money placed in his hands Now it may again wonder this time over the simplicity of tho man who worked this lovely scheme in 1 j letting j his lawyer fleece him out of his illgotten gains So FAR as we know no actual1 cash has passed between Fra n and tho Sultan Abuul has merely made some promises A SelfOperative Law The Kentucky court of appeals last week in the case of the commonwealth vs tho L and Nrc4 road company from Garrard county unanimously decided that Sections 213 to 217 inclusive oft the constitution were selfoperative as to fines to be imposed on railroads for discriminating in rates A section of the statutes says that before an indictment can be returned against railroad for discrim railroArtanilI commission must lodge the information upon which the indictment t is to bo returned In the case just decidedthe commission had taken no action and the lower court sustained demurrer to the indictment which was found upon the testimony of T S Leavell the- man who claims to have been disj criminatedagainst Tho higher court says it is not necessary for the commission to act as the constitution i itself prescribes the pen sralty which is a 2000 fine for the first offense 5000 for the second t 1 = and forfeiture of charter for the third x Electric Belt on Trial andobtainagelthe 1 few of their Electric Belts on triali f 100beto proves beneficial and the balance ifthe200 i J Beltsa8RhenmatIRTIVStomach trothtad I ma onceGER1AN etc Aaa 7 AGENCYift p t TBANKSQITina Written for TilE HERALD This day of the year is a girdle Kncircline the events of time Anti round it reposes our memory Of actions in beauty and rhyme In the van of the year we assemble Retrospective of deeds we have done May the finger of fate never tremble As it writes You the victory have won What man is not grateful for kindness Forgivenens is better than love Who then could be anxious for blindness I When blesiinRs arc sent from above Mankind is a mixture of wisdom Endowed by the master of all Enjoined by a fingcr of folly Inherent in ancestral fall In visions of space we may ponder Or eternities glories foresee Yet mans ruthless thoughts eer will wander To things that were not yet will Engulfed like the mariners vision heIIn a mirage of motionless Yet beyond every cloud At the crest of earls lightgloolllII hndO1Throlllath I Mans course like a murmtirless isionII Is kept by the ruler of worlds Today we should thank the gofer For blessings to our hands bestowed And ever be a cheerful donor To the sanctum of glory and good 1Lnndsaw Ky MACK FRYE CASTOR IIAFor Infanta and Children The Kind You Hays Always Boughth t Bears the Slgnntureof We Will Miss ThemaW T Swango has rented prop erty at Millersburg Ky to which place he and his wife and daughter will soon remove with the view of making it their future bout There is 1perhaps no family in about Hazel Green who would be so much missed Mr Swango as a trader has spent thousands of dol1 jlIars among our farmers lie has for years been an extensive trader in cattle hogs und sheep must oft which he bought in Wolfe andI Morgan counties and has always paid the top price In short ho is a liberal buyer and the monthly sums that ho thus disbursed has kept a slow of currency among our farmers His wifo is devoted church work and has been a load or amorg the Methodists of which denomination she is a member and church people will sadly miss her in church work She was among the formost in every euter priso that tended to the upbuildiu of her church andmany timesI butforherleadorshipcontemplutedII I revivals would have fallen Lb rout When the church was to be painted tl or tho pastor to be pounded Ellen Swango was always in the lead and by her example enthused many members who were lukef warm in the work Miss Do just now budding into womanhoodI is a lovely girl who has many miters and tho people generally will regret to seo her depart Wo but voice the sentiment of tho people in saying that we are loath to seo them leave but our loss is Mill theyecomay be received in their new homo and as sincerly loved and respected as they have been here- WANTEDTrustworthy men and women to travel and advertise oldeatablishedhousoofsolidfin In ailvial standing Salary 780 a year and expenses all payable in ca Xo canvassing required Give ref ences and enclose self atldres stampedenvelope Address Ma ar a ger 355 Caxton Bldg Chicago tf Turkeys for Thanksgiving A spoucial train of seven express cars loaded to the guards withI dressed turkeys left Paris Friday night via tie L audX for Boston and Philadelphia Each car con tained 25000 pounds The pres ent shipment will net about 13 cents per pound This is an industry that could be followed to better advantage in the mountains than it is With the vast range and the wild mast our farmers could raise thousands of pounds moro of this great Amer ican bird than they do and the mast would give them a flavor that wouldcommand a higher price than those grown anywhere Why are not more raised TO TilE DEAF A sick lady cured of her deafness and noises in the head by Dr Nicholson Artificial Ear Drums gave 10000 to his Institute so that deaf people unable to procure the Ear Drums may have them free Addres No 44SG The Nicholson altInstitute 780 Eighth Avenue New York When you have head ache or neuralgia try Triphone Sold by uudletfthGET YOUR XOTEnKADSEnTClopeI Letterhead Catalogue Sale Mil lcrtated at UKKtln tcs I ICli ll OH5SM f J A Thompson was elected chief of police of Lebanon There is a lively contest on for the poatoflico at Albany W L Perkins and J G Huff ore the ap plicantsDr Foley and Miss Helen Council worn quietly married by the Rev Father Burke at the Catholic church in Paris Tohn Peavine Webster died at Elliston from a gun shot wound jinflicted by Jim Claxton Thursday night while the two men wore at a i I dance at Fcreo Supples in Grant county Marion Chitwood and Richard Jones wore arrested at Williams 1 burg charged with the murder of Rufus Angel about three weeks ago Angel was called to his door mid shot Drilling has commenced on the Crockett farm in Koger valley Clinton county The John Beaty well near Margin is down 300 feet Oil was struck in the Bent Russell well at Chanute Tenn conttest between the Deinologian and j CChamberlain literary societies Danville first medal was won atII G Oscar Letcher of nd second medal by Lewis Pink of Cincinnati Captain James R Ferguson of the steamer Hallettee which is at theoMound City Ill marine ways ovbeen missing since Tuesday night and the supposition is that 1ho has been the victim of foul play He lives at Paducah George Knox a well known young man of Owingsville wa- I shot and fatally wounded by Tip ton Pieratt Several young were in the Democrat office with gnus and bowls knives and young Pieratt was showing his gun when it was accidentally dischargedl toGeorge W Wait and R G Hail president and chashier of the do fuuct Somerset banking company were granted change of venuu to Laurel county by Judge Morrow they haying tiled an affidavit that owing to the prejudice against thorn they could not obtain a fair trial in Pulaski county hMystery surrounds the death of Mrs Anna Wing of 122 street Newport at the Cincinnati i Hospital Symptoms were pres ent which tended to indicate that she may have been poisoned Shet MtraAdams An analysis of the stom adact will be made Dr James Rodman former su perinteudent of the Western Ken tucky asylum for the insane Hopkinsville had a narrow es cape from being shot and perhaps killed While he was standing near a window in his residence bullet crashed through a pane of glass passing within an inch of his head for11cet Point is considerably ex ercised over the removal of Prof D S Roberts principal of the shReat Point graded school A meot cotey sadvise held to take action against the trustees who removed him The meeting resulted in the adoption of pointed resolutions in which the board of trustees was scored Considerableexcitetnent has been created at Lawrenceburg by th discovery of natural gas at the Bond Lillard distillery near that place where the Kentucky distilleries and warehouse com pany was drilling for water The gas was struck at the depth of about 185 feet and becoming ignited burned steadily for severalI days without perceptible decrease in the flow THROUGH THf iJURALDS j AuvERTlSIn courMris c rc o HOLIDAY GOODS SANTAlUo needI g ing a large store in which he can show his goods to advantage hit the nail all the head when he selected J T Days for headquarters He will have there the most wonderful lot of toys and iinicraclis ever1 i seen in Hazel Green Fancy Candies Toys Dolls and everything jmlty will be found there in profusion andall new and cheip so elioip that iv rylo lv may buy SIGHT1 IS GOOO and v oar are invited to IcoU before you leap DOLLS CECWL BRO Have anti complete line the hand = oHllt I V lLS 4 and and Mechanical Toys ever sivn in lfael Green which are to the and tlnir stock IIAY GCliCLeverybody that sees it as Ijrlci s arc IjY low Iv r irf lfr ifoi II riJIYrIY ANL AJTIII I a A Suspicions Thoro arrived in Fronchl urg mi morninr lint a boy who n1rthyIas clothed with s complexion und who would welch about 1115 pounds He was riding a tutor nan which Ihe tried to sell for if 1000 but subso quently o lie red to take irloCO for 3the mars saddle and bridle and intimated that ho might tako loss toiMorehead Asked as to how ho came by tho taste chart ho was from Iiu replied that Oho be llonged to him that he icedat this little tu ntll1on the Frozen site and said ho had ridden from that place via Lee City and Coarse to Frenchburg that As it was then only 11 oclock and tho distance sumo 50 miles as outlined his route tho story looked sus and the ati Frenchburg turtle inquiry by tee phono to Leo City as to his identi tty They could ascertain nothing authentic and arrested him as- A character of this Milt Lykins telephoned hero Friday that ho had lost a roan horse or mare recently pur chased at Mt Sterling and some think this is tho animal and that tho boy stole her and assumed the name that a family of Davis lived near Leo City When athe arrived in Frenchburg and ins quired what town it was and was told Frenchburg he said hej thought it was Mt Sterling atIATEK Since the above WitS put in type the boy confessed that he had stolen the hor = e on Joe creek above West Liberty and that his name is Harris a nephew of one Sanford Harris who served u term in tho penitentiary for horse The young lad was taken to West Liberty jail night The Morgan circuit court being in session tho young man willno doubt secure his pass port at this term nail ego our paper iis again issued bo cnrotito to the pot The boys tame ianuurti Harris eand the horso to John Lewie on head of Yocum nfltItKY PresidentICashier Paid up Capital 10000000 Surplus OODUUUi deposit of This Hank solicits the accounts of met chants farmers trailers and business men Kentuckyandd otlegitimate i t tso YEARS i EXPERIENCE r IiDESICNS Aloneeumit a ateteb and description mayquickly ascertain tree whether an invention laprobably patentable CommunIcation etrtctlyronlldentiaL Oldest JreDt7 tor IlreUrtnjt pltenUiin America We hue a Wasblnltton etacePatent taten through Steno it Co rccsreSpecial notice la the AMERICANbeauUfuti CfanredenullclUG atz Year- SOUL ON PActTa tfreecopt and IiJaD AddreiMUNN Ml BrMtwar Mew Yrb S iF c t I 1 itjfI O h itiiti to fir i 1 QCJ t just received opened a of I I Animal please children of Swill please ITIlTlO Character Monday scantily oneryid itc morning Iin authorities suspicious Appropos knowing stealing Monday belonged W WINCHESTER Handsome 10121048 Llr I rsu rnI1 4 k1 1S 91ra i rti t j- PRACTICAL RftOKSmSTSS v S J ai M WAGGNfMERSHAZHL f fix lnvio th xttrntinii of tit fTii rsof birth j fijiity KI their our p ro veil1 fMilitits for 11cmithill u wt urokiug n veil as repair vnlc iiail imN A full frct of fit t clss inciliiiiif iinjures promptness in the rxiotitiun nf all work eucriirtnl to Jirin aaiiiztifay tion iis guurittluil in alt dsvt s Buggy buildinuultvagau making III- Innr 1CItJl 1uu patnnaee is rr sltcctfulholiciU dual with tc duly 11 prcuintfif KcMHrtfiiMy AT KOSK 4c WlIKlLEU e MSjCC eMrarrrgtcila t- rra nlaa t st etrkerart riGstt0aStSLmxvz-oALe rra r Lorto cbtearsosa s tit t Rytereti JN Jr9 ff ACH iutakd moe2yLerm1 auterms l yoI lr n ninnirn W3o cS A rowo WSLscJ =i4A aWa a1w fi TI Hn J JJI 85t I UBiEV OCi3 r1 i Also WatiSi fM M FOLKS ijji- XVe have tlifia iui Xiitl in Sil gj vor and Gold Kvrry timepiece jo iti mO2JOmO f I e ttSTThw size ISk GtiM Ring 1 flat or oval style good hen1weigh 8GfJ TJ BingsInYin havetM bcautirs in Opals Emeralds Uti E InImi I FREDtjt t HEIHTZH- anufactnring f i Jovfslor East Main St near IOSltffilff l t1LEICIO N KY I miV uti v Situations Secured for =dtesoruition refunded Write at onCe for catalogue and spend suers + naSSoy Colleges Busingas g Il1I0ultonMOM Va 6InuInbao Ala Jacksonville Fl- i 1II i 1I ii- jpti flZL GREEN ROflDEJIIT 11- oo NORMAL AND PREPARATORY SCHOOL I InTh present term began September 3 enrollment in thelargest history of 3 the school Tfia Secondd Session begins JANUARY 11902I s TTA thorough practical school for young men and women with Ten Count of Study under Academic CoriiKitTcixl Normal Musical and Ministerial Department saKvirr Teacher is Ii GKADUATK 11IImud 4 F EETHE rNEVYORK MONTHY WORLD TO ALL NEW SUBSCRIBERS AND ALL OLD ONES WHO RENEW IN 80 DAYS FOR THE Hazel Green Herald I SBy a Special Arrangement with the Publishers of the New York MonthlyI World wo can and will until September I I9OI give every now subscriber and every old one who renews before that time tho NEWYORK MONTHLY WORLD as a premium ABOUT THE MONTHLY WORLDTin MONTHLY WOULD is coverItreproducthns ar titic skill aided IIIll tho latest printing press appliances making a ofitsEach issue contains stories of romance love adventure travel j gathiorre- search and interesting editorial reviews contributorsbefunnyA feature each mouth will bo the largo first page portrait of the must faniedmat of eyeIn and nit subjects for the Monthly World no expense is spared It is one NewYrki to WallY thousand readers throughout North America iIST uberi tion 0 Cents a Year Unt FREE to every new subscriber and all old subscribers who renew for THE HERALD boy ore September 1 1101 You get tho value of 150 for only 100 il r n O J r INTl NV Q I V f 0 SLJ2 ENVELOPESSNOTEHEADS BILLHEADS LETTERHEADS g SALEBILLS J 44PROGRAMSr CATALOGS r MINUTES cj 3 c c 4 E PressesE1 YearsExperience Combyou want PRINTING seeVii cil 8 r J THE CHICAGO POST THE PostKfdally The Chicago Pest Every PRODUCE N PostEveryPot CREATMARKET a S FORrYOU Subscribe through your commissionper eOQtlh ln this firm oowsdealar or publtaher of DOWapASample copIes 60Qt free on roquen Mllreu THE CHICAGO POST Chicago Ilk 4x rUH He o oo coooooooo iVJI He KAS- HftttorneyatLaw t 1- HAZEL CREEN KY tWill adioining0001111 U II 1111 II f1i i HOME PAPER advertls8mCnL DWALDECKI I Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY Solicit orHazelwill answer spedaHy professional calls day or nlgnt ObltetrJelj sIv CatarrhIs a constitutional disease It originates in n scrofulous condition of the blood and depends on that condition- It often causes headache ami dlstiness Impairs the taste flincH taA liearlr af fects the vocal organs disturbs the sit i It is always radically and pcrmai iy cured by the bloodpurifylnj alterative and tonic action of Hoods Sarsaparilla This great medicine has wrought the most wonderful cures of all diseases dllemHr on scrofula or the scrofulous habit l1ooDslILL sf0 the belt caturtc 4 THE HERALD The nearer we get to human na ture the closer wo aro to God Mrs Ellen Pieratt has been sick for two weeks and is still confined to her home Aunt Susan Johnson the old est woman in Pike county is dead at the age of 102 years A child of John C Ward living on Grassy creek died Saturday and was buried on Sunday even ing BE SURE that your blood iis richI and pure The bestblood purifier tnrichcr and vitalizer is Hoods Sarsa parilla Be sure to GET HOODS I A child of a Mr Ratliff who lives on the farm of Will Perkins of I Lacy creek died Sunday and was I buried Monday afternoonII I The report was current beroji Monday that Porter Cramwho it was stated last week had small pox was just alive Blank School Reports for use of d teachers of public schools for enlo at this office 100 50 cents 200 T5f8100 R J McLin left on Tuesday for I the cities to purchase stock of holiday goods and will announce their arrival through THE HERALD Topics for sermons at the Chris tian cLurch Sunday will be at 11 a m Gods Presence andatA 080 pm God Calls Busy Men Sam Wilson left Sunday for Flat and expects to be absent for about ten days or two weeks Sam seems to be in great demand with his 4brush and kettle See tho Christmas advertise ment of John M Rose which will be found in our paper today He is now receiving a line of goods suitable for presents and nice enough to please any taste Prices why they are low enough Rov Jim Tom Pieratt last week 1soldhis farm on Laurel about 70 acres 40 of which is cleared for 500 Billy Tibbs was the purI chaser and the payments are in five equal installments with inter est Littlo Doc Kash of Maytown was here Tuesday morning prepar ing to remove his well drill when he received a message by telephone to come home at once and bring a doctor that his wife was quito ill He secured Dr Center and left at once A mass meeting of the citizens and friends of Hazel Green acad my is called for tonight Thurs I day at 7 oclock in tho academy chapel Everybody is urged to be present as matters of importance will bo discussed All pupils pros ent or former are especially asked to be present Come at 7 oclock WM H CORD Priu Much To Be Thankful For Last night at supper we remarked t to our better seveneighths that I Iaswe could not regalo the edito 1rial appetite on turkey today we should exppct a mincepie After supper soms one passing tho office- said a gentleman at Caskeys store wished very much to see us With ia variety of visions wo hastened to see what was desiredthought it might be a delinquent desiring to settle up to dateand at the same time get our mail What was our surprise when W T Swango walk ed in and presented us with a fine fat turkey hen Did he anticipate what we say of him in another part of the paper under tho caption We Will Miss Them Ho cer thinly knew nothing of it nor did any one else outside the office and f he and his good wife have thanks of ourself and better seveneighths Indeed though we bear our burf b dens we have much to be than ful forand to Rim above all I 5 CecilLinden At tho residence of the brides mother Mrs Roslyn Linden on Gillmoro on Wednesday the 27th inst Mort Cecil and Miss Lizzie Linden were united in tho holy bonds of matrimony Two souls with but a single thought two hearts that groomisF Cecil of Morgan county and ish a young man of industrious and sober habits while the hide is a belle of the brunette type And speaking of this reminds us that they are exactly opposite in com plexion the groom being a olonde and tho bride a pronounced brunette who reminds one of the young ladies born in the extreme south THE HERALD joins their host of friends in wishing them a long prosperous and pleasant life fl Winhouid one who would have eoodI health should remem requisiteHoodsf rood health has helped many a man to suecesa If you want a doll for your litatle girl or a toy for your bright eyed boy call upon Cecil Bro and they will give you joy Or if you want something nice for older ones call and look over their array of holiday goods In the matter of groceries they lead in low prices anti the quality is always A I A visit to their store will amply repay you because you will find everything fresh and nice Candy of tho fancy kind bananas oranges fcc are a specialty and they want your trade Null saidr It Saved Her Life Goochs Mexican Syrup his ac neiJthborhood people Miss Davis was given up physiciauSho i said she would die before morning I and advised to discontinue his medicine as it was doing her uoegood11cr parents had ti bottle ofdGoochsMexicauSyrup andGoochs Quick Relief in tho house Theyat I once begun to give tho Syrup in doses hour and t tlyRelief Before morning sho was better and after using a few bot tles of each sho is almost as well as ever It was almost like raising the dead and has established the reputation of Goochs Mexican Syrup here as a cough remedy we can sell nothing else J tt X SANDS Trimble Athens county 0 Goochs Mexican Syrup cures aIsimple cough as if by magic and is the best remedy for whooping cough Price 25c 1 have just received my annual catalogue of jewelry watchesII clocks silver plated ware c forII 1002 and cordially solicit special orders You should make your sweetheart father mother sister brother or friend a nice Christmas present Come and make a selec tion and save from 20 to 25 J T GEVEDOV Hazel Green Ky Getting Thinis all right if you are too fat and all wrong if too thin already Fat enough for your habit is healthya little more or less is no great harm Too fat consult a doctor too thin persistently thin no matter what cause take Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver OilThere are many causes of get ting too thin they all come under these two heads over work andunderdigestion in Stop overwork if you cans but whether you can or not take Scotts Emulsion ofCod Liver Oil to balance yourself with your work You cant live on ittruebut by it you can Theres a limit however youll pay for it Scotts Emulsion ofCod Liver Oil is the readiest cure for cant eat unless it comes of your doing no workyou cant long be well and strongwithout some sort of activity The genuine has this picture on It take no other If you have not I endfor- freosampl ltsaisreaabla taste will i youSCOTT Chemists 409 Pearl Street New York fiOo and 100 all 4rugglets I t t i + i Cardinal Gibbons on The Now Woman Since the advent of the socalled now woman no one has been uioroconstuntin opposing her masculine tendencies than Cardinal Gibbons As a man of wide experience with opportunities for studying human nature as varied and numerous as they are unusual e has been able to investigate this phase of modern life under the most favorable circumstances His views of the question from a thoroughly secular standpoint will be presented in an early numIber of The Ladies Home Journal under the suggestive title of ThoI Restless Woman Pileme Cures Piles Money refunded if it ever fails COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0leTo insure insertion ALL corres byMondaythat nearby on Monday morning Our correspondents are derelict in duty nd we want to say that henceforth they will not receive papers except for the week they have news letters We are dependent upon them for the news and when they fail to send in their favors they put us to great inconvenience CAMPTON BRIEFS Jonas Campbell of this place isI very low with flux Cud Hanks whose illness we reported last week is ablo to be out again Miss Miranda Roberts of Flat Ky visited tho family of Crit Childera this week Herald Pieratt of Hazel Greens here for a few days with his grandfather S S Combs Everybody is preparing to sub ti tuto quail for Thanksgiving din er instead of Mr and Mrs Gob bier A nice timeisexpectedattheen to be held Friday night tho 29th inst by the pupils of tho Kentucky Wesleyan academy Wo are glad to know our fellow townsman J F Vansant has been chosen to succeed n B Swango who resigned as chairman of the democratic committee of our coun ty We believe him to bo strong enough to hold the banner of do mocracy so high that the enemyII shall not dare to haul it A message from Oklahbma this county came to Jailer Combs Sun j j day morning to lookout for a man on a mule with a spot in his fore head and a crooked tail Tho man was followed from Beattyville where the mule was stolen but on being over taken he proved to be the wrong man and was released His name was a Mr Day from I Morgan county Nov 20 POT HOOKSII TOLIVER TOPICS Mrs Harvey Stamper is on the sick list Corn shucking seems to be the order of time day Dr Ova Swango of your town was in this vicinity Sunday W T Wills made a flying trip to Hazel Green Saturday on busi nets A B Landrum of this place is building him a new dwelling houso James Cox who has been sick for several days is improving slowlyGeorge 1 Clark of Clark branch was a guest of 0 W McXabb and family Sunday Mrs W T McXabb made a fly ing trip to Hazel Green Saturday on business Charley Lyons and wife of Frenchburg were visiting in this section last week 0 W McNabb is hustling tho people up about their taxes Look out boys tax has to be paid before January 1st Miss Laura Noble and sister were the pleasant guests of ye scribe Sunday and to say we en joyed ourselves would be putting it high James Faulkner the famous fox hunter passed through this section Saturday Look out foxes Jim you are hard to catch Somo of the young people of your town passed through our vicinity Friday and all seemed to be enjoying themselves Miss Alice Wills who has been visiting her home for the past threeweeks returned back to Hazel Green on Sunday Nov 20 SUNSHINE SWANGO SPRINGS SAYINGS Rush Swango made a business trip to Neola last week Miss Cornia Biso lost a fine heifer not long since from eating I tobacco Curtis Rose of Hazel Green was hunting with the boys Saturday and took dinner with Rush Swan goJohn Anderson and family of color have moved in and repaired the old Gus Steele house Vo wel como them as honest laborers Harman Swango and sons have I a blacksmith shop nearing com plotion and we hope soon to hear the tinkle of the anvil in our midst Jamas Jones Willie Caywood Edward Peck and Joseph Crouch of Sharpsburg left for their homes Saturday after spending a week the Springs and capturing IItIl 150 birds Woods McCord Judge S W Pursloy Will HodgkinO D Hos I kin T H and J R Martin of II Winchester composed a party that recuperated hunting birds for ex ercise at tim Springs last weekII It seems that Judge Parsley did not succeed in making some girls believe ho was the Isingle man in the crowd Nov 25 UNO SUNNY SIDE Edgar Howard one of tho tuI dents visited his Morgan county home from Friday till Sunday Sebron Nickoll of Salem passed by here last week with bis mother Aunt Kitty Nickoll who is very sickA family of colored folks have moved into tho property known as tho Guss Stell house near this place Mrs Harry Perkins and Miss Laura Wilson of Gillmore were shopping in Hazel Green a few I days ago- Unclo Willie Mize has a receipt which ho says is a sure cure for tooth ache If any of our young friends have it call on him Miss Elsie Nickell of Neola passed through here ono day last week en route to Hazel Green and while there gave Mrs F N Day a business call A number of bird hunters have taken up theirabode in this vicinity and among them we noticed a Mr McCord of Winchester whom we have met before felIlowI crop on tho J T Day farm near this place is gathering in his sheaves this week Mrs J W Taulbee of and Mrs E B Oney of DaysboroIt took dinner with Mrs go of Lacy creek Friday and we can vouch for the assertion that they had a jolly good timeIYe scrbie was visiting Miss Dora Swango of Lacy creek Saturday and Sunday and John Cecil and family of Grassy and William Quicksall of Ezel wero there also We all had a merry good time Our pen did some very bad writing last week as it always does when wo write hurriedly In speaking of our garden we raised two years ago it put us down twelve years ago Wo were not old enough to do any kind of work at that timo No one to blame but our unruly pon Nov 26 SUSIE SUNBEAM MORCAN COUNTY CONSOLATION CHAT J E Brooks was the guest of W H Blankenship Sunday Jessie Oldfield and family were visiting Wm Lawson and family Sunday Mort Cecilwont to Gillmore Sun day and has not yet returnedI guess hes lostI J P Motley of Montgomery is visiting friends and relatives in and near this place Revs J R Wheeler and Barney Blankenship conducted services at our school house Sunday Miss Minnie Wallace will vacate school until next term on account of the illness of her sister Mrs Blankenship James Trimble was in this neck of the woods Sunday Misses Minnie Wallace and Annie Blakenship I hitched his horse for him Nov 20 DBAKE Yii c I fIIII Morality knows no stationary condition wo aro either better today than wo were yesterday or worse FOR SIEA scholarship in the Commercial College of Kentucky applicationIsave several dollars tfIj Civilization will1 always I remainIII imperfect until tho nobility bor is recognized null observed ball classes Before wo attempt to criticise our superiors wo should first en deavor to become their peer you want n business educa IDo Iftao write Prof B l15 Jones Lexington or como to this office and receive a scholarship Wo can save you 10 One of the greatest ordinances in Gods laws is respect for and Iobservance of mans rights IDrJennersGOLDEM RELIEFS j u1I IIHliI Q8ar It ntlnntrllI1 Sornton Ir C01ds Formtn Fevers GA CURES ANY PAtH INSIDE OR OUT fliita7 FredusiasS 9- I I I Sold by II F Iieratt Hazel G ripen Ky j n DdOll Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat This preparation contains all of the digcstunls and digests all kinds of food It gIves Inst itrelief and never fails to cure J t allows you to rat all the food you want lime flItsCtISitiVC stomachs can take it By its use mauy thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else failed It Is unequalled for ail tomacli troubles pIdo you good Preparoi only by IIIWITT t c VIIIIIIO- Thu ft botUiiCJtilulns J limes IfcuSOc Uu II F IEIIA- TTDAY1 HOUSE fIHAZEl GREEN KY N B GRAHAM Pitorrnrrou- Tide house has recently Ijeeu relurnUhtO and renovatcil anti utiilcr the prcspnt man agement will runtiniir to maintain the liilreputation heretofore accorded it for home like comforts ami its culinary department The table abounds with the best the country affords mill the patronage of the public is resjieetlullv Milicited Sample rooms for commercial tourists Iivcrv stable ia counectioi where horses and vehicles will have the best attention IBlue GrassBurS8IlesI FALL 1901I Fruit anti Ornamental Trees Grapevines Small Fruits Asparagus and everything fur Orchard Lawn and iardeu We sell directt at right prices to the planter and have no agents General Catalogue on application I to both telephones P HILLENMKYEK 1II Lexington Kv U G ROBINSON IBEATTYVILLE KY for JR ML HUGHES CO LOUISVILLE KY Manufacturers of HighGrade I Vin gnI CldcSolicits orders Irons the merchants of the mountains and guarantees satisfaction A mail order will receive prompt attention A now firstclass cafe for indict nnd gentlemen has been opened in the Photiii Hotel Annex opposite time C it 0 depot where all tho delicacies of tho season aro served in firstclass style Ladies especially are invited ATTENTION LOTOWNERS Sidewalks Must Now Be Built There are a number of sidewalks in the town only partly built or hadiy built which must be completed according to specifica tions on file in the Secretarys book The matter of building walks or pavements has been kept ijiilet pending the the McNabb case in the Court of Non as it has been shown that buil1iniII of Trustees has sole control ot the of sidewalks it will be expected walks be put in firstclass condition at once There will be no dillydallying any wore Property owners who have been ordered to build sidewalks may call upon the clerk C 15 Rose lor specifications WM II Cola Chr IITT rilG Liver Pills Thats what you need some thing to cure your bilious ness and give you a good digestion Aycrs Pills are liver pills They cure con stipation and biliousness Gently laxative AIKJSUM Waut Jour tuenstacte n bearda besutliull brown or rich blacUT Theuui- eBUCKINGHAMS DYEUlsrs L 5o O OeW5 00 R P SILL A ca It JOB PBnrrniQ is THE mALT BEST aadtb cheapest J 1 l w i t y = = == =llIJ ll nrjjjllJut i not n decoction IIf chemicals but of course it is new and under proof iii I IIIIj t I f jftj grandfmherst is not any belter tliuu Mountain Dew i It iis tile best in thV world and must I4tJ ifUj Ilrune overy customer or we will ltiv it hack lor oldand the People J Lfpt i I I or J ifill in plain sealed box I at the MivcialI price of SliT per tallciij cash yilh order I XjJ lstivfly till larger amount shipped Oi future liipinen we will require lI1 the usual price iz SJto per gal lKxpr ss prepnin lo nilrgiiiar customers Tjjl We have branch wsrehousts in Penvci it Louis nUll Cincinnati lint nil IfM nl orders and remittances in sanips cash r by cIieck ct Oa well ns requests fjjj J Ior toulitlcntiallriee list must bo ad rossed as follows M S C CASPER CO WinstoiSalemNCUSA I Li I Offices E Warehouses Kas 1015W5 LlbertF i 5 Uapie St 3 LiLiSlain Ij4 J u L c =r lI- u I T r +++ ooooooOOo OIOI OIIOOO ii ri OUR GREAT COMBINATION OFFER uuIH d u UHU H U HUH HY999 VVV9oJTV A Library containing the Cream of rent Propre ive Liberal CnrII and ttirital Literature THEi I l AKKXA the Worlds head II2 Liberal Kcyiev price 250 MINII In the l4nluliilg Magazine He votcil to IVyflnilojiy Metaphysics ai il The New Thought price UO- OIIAZELGKKKN 11EUAL1 juice 100 Total riiO Our C real Con luiiiatioiu Offer Tli t e Three Leading Publications ul sent for 150 OltITHEI HEX A 2IO THE 11EUAL1 100 TotalI SrO until fur USD- or MINDI OO THE lhlltAID101To- tal oo Roth for 200 + THE ARENA + Under the editorial management of Class llrndie Patteron It O Flower and John Emery McLean The COMING AGE hits been merged into the A IINA and IJ O Flower who found i tud built up tine AllENA has returned to its editorial department in which work he is associated with Mr Charles Hrodie 1ntterson Pre idiiit of the Alliance School d Applied Meta Ira4lingIworks devoted to the New Thought and one of the iriUAt advanced philosophical thinkers uf the times sLmlIi Mr John Em cry McLean who for the last two years has been the working editorof the AKE NA and iis now associated with Mr Put tcrton in the editorship of MINI1 IU This able editorial stat is nusistul by tine strongest and most authoritative think ers in the New World who Irorn month to mouth contribute their best thought to the review which fur many years has occupied foremost position in the very vanguardof the great authoritative mag azincs of the English speaking world It is the determination of the present management to restore the AltENA to its old prestige and make it absolutely indispensable to all wide awake and pro gressive people Here is a list of a few contributors to early issues They arc sufficient to indicate the authoritative character of the ACKNA under its new editorial management Hon Wayne MacVeagh LLD Dr R Osgood Mason Rev R Heber Newton DD Ifl 1 OfI The Only High Class 2 Monthly ai 25- caYearinthed World dd41dd V IIt Siittin Paces Four Columns to the It Test gEvery pare a Mazarine in itself each S department edited by ena who know how every number t mine cC informs 0tion md ntcrt3inmcn iiYOU9 DE FFtt VrIrJV VYV Jnmes H Hyslop PhD IJl1sticFrank Pa sons I Waiter Dark LLD Garlan 1 Prof George D Ilerron Prof John Waijcl Stimson Prof James T Ebcby PhD Rev E T Powell Reuen Thomas DDSSPECIAL FEATURES ORIGINAL 1SSAVcuunmtituting a Senate of Progress in which the great living issues of the time nile ably and fairly discussed SYMPOSIA giving master thoughts representative thinkers on all sides of questions that are prominently before the public CONVERSATIONS with the leading thinkers on live to ics This most jlOP tilar feature of the COMING AGE has been introduced into the ARENA Most of these Conversations are preceded by a biief biographical sketch of tie famous person whu discusses tine theme in hnnd ON THEI I I STOA OF THEI TWEN TIETH CENTIT11Y a brilliant and at Iraclive feature containing brief question and pertinent answers on leading social economic and educational jprob- lem PIOGKAIMIIC SKETCHES and Pen Picture of the Great Ones who have bellied the world onward- EDITORIALS on Topics of the Time by 1II C Flower ROOKS OF TIlE JAY reviewed by Mr Flower FICTION of the choicest quality from the rrns of tire cleverest story writers ofitill day Till AIIINA even taken separately is the cheapest or the great original au thoritative reviews published in America In combination with THE H ERALD itsacttnai CJt iisorlyI5i A WORD ABOUT MIND The magazine MINI is a large and handsome monthly review edited by John Emery McLean and Charles Brodio Patterson with whom Mr1 Flower is as sociated in editing the ARENA and devotd to the New Thought embracing Practical Metaphysics Psychical Sci ence the New Psychology Occultism etc Sinning iN contributors are suchIwriters of international reputation is tine Rev It lIe rr Newton the Hon lioyd Winchester LLI Prof Geor e D hlerron and Elizabeth Cady Stanton fSddress all orders to SPENCER COOPER HAZEL GREEN KY i totlPl t leiI MOTHL oj rih4ooc4oooo4 IICONTIIINJTIIE FOLLOWING raphlcar Tld Diu jI IPopular Science Amateur Photozraphy An the Conaforts of Home The Family oLawyer Department of Health The gpriositySnop Sports Games and Curiiflame Study The Coming Tine That Thousand and What to Do It practical success department oCt oIIilJStory of the World When the Day Is Done 5c IAJf I I 1 r tirs j j L 1J g E Gijt 9 tftiI 4 ALL CASES OF C DEAFNESi Oaj4 KEARHUG A E OW QUrA8L 1 by our new invention Only those born deaf arc incurable I HEAD NOISESr CEASE IiV3ATELV1TF A WERNIAN OF QALTiKiCRS 3AYS r90Lrtkm S d your yeS a full cC nay case to he used at you diarctioaAbout Ive years ago nay f ight car bean to slog and this kept on getting worse oath I lOSt numbereCoy hearing III this ear entirely t- I only au operation could htlp inc and even tiat only teinoorarily that the head noises would tatn cease but the hcarin n the sCecteU ear Trculd be lost forever I I then saw your adTcrtiiecient accideatally In a 2dCiV York piper and ordered your treat ic mInt After I hat ued it only a few dijsoeconlinsrtoynnr directions the foi cscea cd oro tOda5 after ace svcekin nay fctatiOR la the diseased ear has beta estirelyteitorcU I tLack you hcaauy and beg to rcaiu Very tniljr your P A vmiirAlT 73S sBroadway Eiltimorc JIJ Our treatment doss not Irlcrfers wLlh your vsual oscvpaiton Y Cmrciaation dries free and YOU UfAUK mmE JUUllJjLLr ItT fiUlllfc at aorainal1ezocost ISSKSStSlffML BRXL CLIM s 593 LA SAILS AVE CHICAGO rILL J t i 1 3KW tferJBgga TJ n OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Bloodttr All the blood In your body passes through four kidneys once every three minutes sold The kidneys are your blood purifiers they filter out the Impurities in the blood they are sick out of order they fall to do their work Pains aches and rheu matism from ex cess cf uric in the blood due to neglected kidney trouble Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady heart beats and makes one feel as though they had heart trouble because the heart iIs overworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries- It used to be considered that only urinary troubles were to be traced to the kidneys but now modern science proves that nearly 41allconstitutional diseases have their begin nlng In kidney trouble- If you are sick you can make no mlstaki by first doctoring your kidneys The mile and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmer SwampRoot the great kidney remedy I soon realized stands the highest for It wonderful cures of the most distressing case and Is on Its merits I by cent all and druggists in fiftYI es You may have a waste cr If or come acid It finfreed I out if you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer tit Co Binghamton N YIFOR SMALLPOX lode of Treatment Which It is Said Will Both Prevent j I and Cnre Below is an extract from an ox change that is of general interest at this time Tho following proscription for smallpox is said to be now generally used in Great Britian give what J3 said about it by a WeII + 1 nilIingj 1 j slUall1poxthree days simply by cream ofj tartar This is a sumo and none failing remedy Oneounce of cream of tartar dissolved in a putt boiling water to be drunk wheni cold at short intervals It c airi 5 be taken at any time and is a pre 1 ventivo as well as curative It is known to have cured a hundred1 thousand cases without a faiure I myself have restored 1 by this means It never leaves al mark never causes blindness and always prevents tedious linger ing Spreads Like Wildfirejj When things are the Lest they become the best selling Abra j t ham Hare a leading druggist of C Belleville 0 writes Electric Bitters are the best soiling bitters I have handled in 20 years You know why 7 Most diseases begin in disorders stomachliverkidne 3i bowels blood and nerves Electric I Bitters tones up the stomach reg ulates liver kidneys and j I purfies the blood strengthens the j nerves hence cures multitudes of I I maladies It builds up the entire system Puts new life and vigor 1into any weak sickly rundown man or woman Price 50 cents Sold by J Taylor Day Haze Green or S S Combs Sonsi Campton drugstores File Contest for Office The following suits of contest t have been filed in the Breathitt Circuit Court John Griffith w James Hargis D F Hagins vs Henry D Noble W D Back vs a William Spencer Charles Terry vs Ed Callahan The contestants are the defeated Republican can didates for the county offices t seek to throw out three of the larg est democratic precincts on the ground of alleged fraud Great Luck of An Editor y iFortwo years all efforts to cu Eczema in the palms of my hands failed writes Editor II N Lester of Syracuse Kan then I was wholly cured by Bucklens Arnica ft rv eruptionssores nndallskin Only 25c per box Sold by J Day Hazel Green or S S Com 1 Sons Campton Abe Dolling and William Auxi- r met on the highway near Rectors ville in Maron county to settle an ancient grudge with pistols Moses Barnett who was near caught a bullet in his leg and a horse was shot For Sale e One Fay No8 six roll 8 inch A lightning floorer with beading at tachment One Fay carriage cutting off saw F Busts Sox Lexington Ky Smallpox in Jackson IB spread- Ing rapidly Eight new cases ar I rteCrainfc ftims Every effort is being mn l to check the spread of the dfe t s ty sportseIJJim and on Friday morning sent the editor and his better seveneighths jI a half dozen plump partriages accompanied by a note stating they had up to that time thatII S5S7 an average of 129 a I four days This we call pretty fair I sport and we opine that the three i gentlemen named are thorough sportsmen but wo do not whichof the trio iis the crack knowII or whether all are about equa1 I1o j are glad they are finding good sport and enjoying it for they are i proverbially good fellows Appar ently birds are very plentiful e year we are told and they thisII sI fine condition wo know from s lot these gentlemen complimented gentles men for your gift and may you always find lots of game when you go a gunning That Thobbing Headache Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings Now Life Pills Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick ant Nervous Headaches They makeI pure blood and build up your health Only 25 cents Money hack if not cured Sold by J T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs it Sons Campton druggists Mr Chamberlain has devised aI new plan of campaign whereby I the Boer war may be ended before the coronation He had better getI I expert opinion on it before tryiu jit General Botha for instance can advise him Reliable and Gentle A pills a pill says the saw But there are pills ana pills You want a pill which is certain thorough gentle Mustnt gripe De flIlnd Little Early Risers fill the bill Purely vegetable Do no force but assist the bowels to act strengthen and invigorate SmalliI and easy to take II F PIEUATT l negrois 50 years old was arrested at Lexing ton last Wednesday charged ith bigamy It is claimed he has r1whes in Washington D C and I Baltimore Md and a third iin Lexington You cannot buy standard pianos organs buggies sewing machines clocks watches and jewelry as cheap any whore else as you can of me Conic and see samples and you will be convinced You do not have to risk your money with mail order houses tf J T GEYEDOX dipsh theria is prevalent in Boone coun Ity Twenty cases have been re ported and the doctors are puz zled The public schools will be closed WANTED Trustworthy men and women to travel and advertise for old establishedhouseof solid financial standing Salary 780 a yea expenses all payable in cash landcanvassing required Give refer and enclose stampedenvelope Address Mana tfsThe Cincinnati Southerns early morning express ran into Jeff Northcutts horse and buggy rte Williams town mangling North cutt so that ho may not recovery IYHenry Picratt bought all the picture frames the agent of the Chicago Portrait Co had left ore r and is selling them 50 per con cheaper than the agent sold them The number is limited and if yore u want oue youd better move in I J hurry as they are going like hpt cakes 52tf New York is much excited over a double headed snake said to have been found there Evidently New thTelection vote ISJHealthy Children Are Happy arMothers Worm Syrup makes children healthy by expelling the worms that make them ill Child ren eat it on bread James Chapman fell dead who I brought to the surface from a well in which ho was working at Green up in which he was overcome by gas Yita Ore will relieve you of all aches and pains Agents wanted stampSpencor Anyway SantosDumont got thee MmzenuJejLT which is more than some other folks have done fWhen orlbysH F Pieratt Hazel Green tf c i n c ASTHMA CURE FREE e e da a ac- IIatJln1nlone Brings Xnstttni ncl1cC suid i- PC1mnnent Lure in ttl Carve n ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL ISENT WRITE YOlTR NAME AND unutss lUSIY dI iHMNEDJFORT YEARSI There is nothing like ASTJIMALEXE n- It brings instant relief oven in the I worst fails cases It cures whoa all else C RidgeIII rlenetell you horn thankful I feel for the good Q derived I rom it I was a slave chained with putrid sore throat aid Asthma fur 10 years IlI I despaired of over living cured I taw your advertisement for the curd of this torment e coverspokenit a trial To my astonishment the trial acted like a charm Send me a full size bottle 0Rev Dr Morris Wechsler Rabbi of the Cong llnai Israel NEW YORK January 3 IDOL Dna TAFT Bnos MEIUCINI Co Gentlemen Your Asthmaleno is an ex cellent remedy for Asthma and Hay Fever and its composition alleviates all troubles which combine with Asthma Its success is astonishing and wonderful After havingil carefully analyzed we can state that Atthmalcnc contains no opium morphine chloroform or ether Very truly yours REV DR MORRIS WECHSLER 1oAVON SPRINGS N Y February 1 1901 DR TAFT BROS MEDICINE Co Gentlemen I writs this testimonial from a sense of duty having tested the wonderful effect of your Asthmalene for the cure of Asthma My wife has been afflicted with spasmodic asthma for the past 12 years Having exhausted myown skill as well as many others chanced to tee your sign upon your windows on street New York I at once obtained bottle of Aslhmalcne My wife 130thI taking it about the first of November I very soon noticed a radical After using one bottle the Asthma has disappearedand she is entirelyI free from all I symptoms I feel that I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who are afflicted with this distressing disease Yours respectfully 0 O D PHELPS M D l IDR TAFT BROS MED Co February 5 1901 Gentlemen I was troubled with Asthma for 22 years I lawn tried niiimmii startedgwith a trial bottle I found relief at ouce I have since purchased your bottle and I am ever grateful I have family of four children and for six yeai was unable to work I am now in the best of health and am doing business every day This testimony you can make such use of as you see tit Home address 235 Riviiigton street S RAPH EL 07 Eros 129ih street New York City TxiJil Bottle Sent Absolutely Fat ie on Receipt oh DFostaJU Do not delay Write at once addressing DR TAFT BROS MEDICINE COMPANY 79 East 130th Street New York City tIS+ I hHagas l 1J9 i Whiskey IMo II ECT I FROM DISTILLERY TO CONSUMER I JO SIVYwHsvKEY IN JUGS E88Hagaus Old Rye or Bourbon 4 years old 1per gallon 200 tK N Hagans Old Rye or Bourbon h years old per gallon 250 N N Hagana Old Rye or Bourbon 7 years old per gallon 275N 5LrHag an s Old Rye or Bourbon 8 years old perIWHISKEY IN CASES We will send 4 full quarts of Hagans Ryo or Bourbon 10 old for 350 G full quarts for 500 or 12 full quarts for 1000 packed in plain case no marks with corkscrew and etched glass express charges prepaid We do not prepay express charges on whiskey under 3 per gallon ISFffiS T DRINK HACANS RYE I dSPECIAL PRICE LlSTWe quote the following Brands of whiskies bottled and cased by Stoll b Co Lexington Ky Old Elk 4a 12 bottles per case 1200 Old Elk 4s 6 COO Bond Lillard 4s 12 bottles per case 1200 arBond Lillard 4s 6 000 Bond Lillard 5s 12 1100 Bond S Lillard 5s 6 550 Old Tarr 5c 12 bottles per case 1000 6 bottles per case 500 Ashland 5s 12 bottle per case 1000 C bottles per case 500- t Old Elk is bottled in bond and also free the other whiskies are bottled free only You run no risk whatever in sending us your order Wo guarantee every shipment we make to be exactly as represented If goods are not entirely satisfactory ship thorn back and your money will bo refunded We do not ship goods C 0 D Please maKo 11 I remittances payable to The Hagau Distiliing Company References The Lexington City National Bank or Stoll t Co largest distiller in State Address THE HAGAN DISTILLING Co LEXINGTON KY JJ F SADLER Co1Established in 1865 COMMISSION MERCHANTS FOIL TIlE SALE OF A GattI HogSSt J and LAMBS Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI Long Distance Telephone WEST 101 oIILiberal cash advances made upon consignments and sales M TIII Piiioy at HE IEULD nee trFSiir j I I All 4 4 J12 4 So 4 ill 8 25 ea d N + i tw =1 U J t T l r F It Yf III f JJ- i A IKNT or i Ylil E ft J t t 1 1 t H NOT TO E IIN 1 OrT t I11 I A 1 To t I = o Y =OuU The anil ttq of the courses of viz l Cla r C off exit nil over four years and leads to a coures are also each to a mas Each of iis a The mine and rent in it they ten and are well and for a for a hall has for men and are for by the courses of poi of the to the list was 020 of of and terms of ion to K Fh D LL D Or to Prof D C Term 1 We have an iiiilct for all at All iurivsii iiliiin ilict rfiillv unsworn an HUe i UA littler than no itin n1o1tiP1tl tRt It11tt11PIttt11tt1tt11114411N11 LexingtOQS gHouse GUS LEXINGTON KY4 3lan i 6PiltUFllllllUUlCUr Ullt = Former Best = Lowest Prices vorth EE Mens Overcoats X1J9 liens Ovenoats worth Overcoat 1Ivurtlt lei sHOUIS STRAUS m cst Surpassed complete line of Benjamin 3Co Clothing best inthe World IiOUR MERCHANT TAILORING DEPARTMENT 1iAcknowledged To Be Best Kentucky rnpaEfforts Goods and SiEEworth Pine Boys Clothing Bops Clothing 3Boys Clothing Boys Clothiigl Boys Suits cents worth =Boys Suits cents worth =Boys Suits 124 worth 250 200 worth TRUNKS TRUNKS Largest State department REMEMBERDont Invest One Dollar until 3 t= you get Our Prices Former efforts surpassed =sg Come and make our store your headquarters = fl- You arc welcome Trunks in endless variety III lOU S CUS STRAUS t i ij vrnrnLfflSlll B n fGJIUfMAkES HIII LIKE SOUK PRETTY Mi I1AMWUMK lflUM THE HOLIDAYS MAYIK ANTTO YOUR DAUGHTER rft l rASTIiiif IjIIMAM FAIL I1J11ITIIIS EXQUIS ifJJ LINE FASjHIONAU FAI5RICS 1TOI1TE PATTERNS THAI WONT YOU ANYtTHING ILEASURL I1OW OUR GOODS Jl S State College of K lltuckytAgricultural Mechanical College Kentucky offers following study Agricultural Horticultural Chemical liiolopcnl Mathematical Normal School Mechanical Eiiaiiiecrin Electrical Engineering Edgimerini which degre- Iust graduate ofstudy provided leading degree study organized under faculty general faculty iiiiiulxrrs thirty professors instructors County Appointees receive tuition dormitories fuelamid lights remain months traveling expenses lahoraUirus museums large equipped comprehensive legislature appropriated 30000 college home young gymnasium provided Military tactics science fully provided required Congress Graduates several study readily thesability college supply matriculation catalogues obtaining appointments information regarding course study idmiv apply PATTERSON President FRAZEE Business Manager Lexington OPFall begins September W R CRAWFORD CO Live Stock Commission Merchants FOR TIlE SALE Cattle Hogs Sheep Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI ALSO Bourbon Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY Iastirn desirable highest prices Consignments snlirited 1HtTOfN ATAiiv Calntiiclnml Quiilne Contrins Arsenic KILIAM tJfilili EYfrJ1 rJ1dWVn91 j Q1Q As a Sure Cure for Chills and Frvers Swamp Fevers und Bilious Fevers Just von nerd this tcaon- ITMVKU IISMild Laxative Nervous Sedative Splendid Tonic Ciiarantrrl Try It Dont lake any Milstltutr At Ilrtieclol Soc and SI SCCCKSS woiiTii KNOWING Forty rears surfess in tits South proves ilughesTouiea limit rem edy for Chills Sall malarial fevers A Farm t r SSalel 1 I willsell my farm of 159 ACRES Consisting of about SOacresof cleared more than half of which is in gra+ the rcat in good oak timber with one Good Frame Dwelling House of ana a good drilled if failing water outhouses cribs and stables two tenant houses There is a Fine Vein of BEST COAL which several thousand bushels are sold each The farm is one and one goodbargain CoatiHuel t 0 4 Great I 5 Fall A Alfred the Is the in f I at 49 100 at 90 200 at Boys Suits at 400 stock in the in this 5 a l l on IT oivixc i PlI JriJlltl 10 ITE OFIOOI UP rll ical each tees IOUTM separate than room and The modern The last women and drill and been and from find excellent Last year For method JAMES Ky 10th 1901 OF 0 stork TIIK lOOK A STIUCII IN Saves nuts HugliesTonic taste SlriugFn1li theILJ eamasALwell as t what at Bottles T and four rooms well never and also the trom year iT TIME IIIEIARED UY ROBiraSOWPETTET COIXCOniOKATKO LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY oooooooooooooooooooooooooo g IE1IY PAIN Or 8 ggItg and Will Not 0g0 8o0 8 For Sale by J Taylor Day 8o o Rooooooooooooooooooooooo Silver WU3naotto Eggs I have for sale now Silver Wyandotte Eggs at 100 for 13 These Are Thoroughbred THOROUGHBREDyou will bermlonger satipfied with the COIUlON STOCK First call Stat servedROBERT L CORD 83 flushl Green Zy k i t Ii IIJ6rDont ila0i iREGAIN YOUR HEALTH i WITHI i iiJ- IIITI100000 001I 00 110 DD II 00 0 r oREI I NATURES o OnHFORH NKIND11 IT CURES RheumatismDiptheria CrippereBrights Disease Blood Poisoning Kidney Liver and Y Stomach Troubles Female Complaint Catarrh and Ceneral Debility i IT CURES IWHEN ALL ELSE FAILS I ROAD THE TESTIMONY OF TWO WELL KNOWN CITIZENS OP WOLFE Mr Cooper Hazel Green Ky sRI purchased some of the Vital Ore of you in the latter part of Mara and after taking about a halfpint of the Vila Ore Elixer my nerves were as study as when I was 16 years of age sad I am i now past 75 For more than a year I had been trying all the patent medicines and nostrums I could hear of to build myself up but nothing did me any good wifebroughtusing it a week I went out and did three days as hard work as t have dope in 35 years and I was qot more fatigqed thja I wolrItand I want everybody in the mountains VAknow what it did saytrywillbulVitaeOre I remain thankfully yours for putting me on to this remedy LACYI0Ican vouch for every word Mr Lacy says in the above I am his wife and bought the medicine of Mr Cooper for him faithintried so many A tbings that did no good I have ally wed f Jabelleryearn which Iattribute useMRS LACY Lacy Creek Ky June 1 190- 1VitaeOre is Ia package whick oeeOoeteaspoonful any addrew on receipt of price Add real COQPEIIHAZE d r