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I- y r rr ADVERTISING RATES Is- o 1 Column 1 year tiO 00 fl UKI year 00 2 Inches 1 year 10 00 v 11 1 ineh1 year 7 M Announcements Stite and Di fl officer 1000 Count oOicers N Town officers 300 calls on 00iidates or political writeups SHe J W ff0bituaries Tributes Ac J M pared by us 8Sca line where IiIS furnished same as local Oc a line H r Ii ARE M DEAF THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD11 =rrrr== Established March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell c =n r SEVENTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 5 1901 NUMBER 21 SPENCKK Owner EditorTheI OldesttI Mostt PopularI Mostt WidelyI Y CirculatedI t d andd Mostt Quotedt d Paper in the Kentuckyt ky Mountainsawayt tut YEAK itrnaco aa a CASIOR1A For Infants and Childrent IAlwaysI I I Bears thegSignaturev of l In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTO1A f f A BUSINESS TRAINING t I AT THE f LEXINGTON k BUSINESS 4 COLLEGE h Gves capitalized results nl by preparing for Business Life and Insuring Employ ment worthy to the ambitious and I 100 invested in this school has beenthe means of help ing thousands to positions of honor and trust WHY NOT YOU- GETTING A START in WITH A CASH CAPITAL eP hnecessary tgr1n6i1 indispensable cut lining our several courses and circulars showing you what others are doing rnd i how YOU can do likewise should be in your hands A postal will bring it IF YOUR MEANS are lim ited ask for Special Circu j lar A telling you how you can be instructed at homeWE PREPARE for Civil1 pusutusunder Government Selectionsprepare public school teach ers to teach our Branches iin other Business Colleges and prepare Stenographers and Bookkeepers for the best positions with the best Business Firms beginy ner on application EARN A SCHOLARSHIP FREE by working for us at your home during explainsWRITEIN WRITING be sure to state you saw our ad in THE HAZEL GREEN PresidentsKY YOOH fi everythingWE EducationiP ANVC NOISES ALL CASES OF l DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING ARE NOW CURABLEb- y our new invention Only those born deaf are incurable HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY c P A WERMAN OF BALTIMORE SAYS 190GenUtmeI yoeI ft i i discretionAtout and this kept on getting worse until I lost qty hearing in isiorI underwent caareb for three monlb wllbout any success consulted s rum berof physicians among others the most eminent ear specialist of this city WIlD toU me that paly an operanoa could help me and even that temporarily that theload noises void- heqcease but the hearing in the affected ear 0 3IIlost forever I then uw your adTertUerhent accidentally in a New York paper and ordered your treat t ten ter I had used it only a few dayaaccordlnitoyour directions the noises censed and t0 day otter five hearing in the diseased car has been entirely restored thank you heartily and beg ercl Very truly your F A WERMAN 730 S Broadway Baltimore Md Our treatment does not interfere with your usual occupation 0m1ntthadvice llLKt I ttHE CHICAGO POST HEAD THE i NONE PAPER Enry FARMER should road doily Tilt Chicago PestII x Eiin LIVE STOCK Sfcimr skill read EIHJ PRODUCE Sfclwr sbiild read dally the Chicago Put I Em R- Rt AIN SMipr sillIli road daily The Chicago Post THE CREAT 5 MARKET NEWSPAPERs TIE ZEST IS IDlE TOO IOOD FOR YOU rommlsato arm newsdealer or publisher of newipip7 snborlbe through your we eaaralatag thin adnrUlellleDs plo copies teat tree on requwt Address I wFh i 4- St s ooa o iiupfimio A pyramid of bones and among i one of such manifest destiny j hat it attracted the eye as if byI magic A wicked looking bone with bandy legs and two illshaped foot an instrument of fate endowed with strange power in love af fairs half sister to the horseshoe weird bit of social demonolo y a chickens wishbone The fact is always emphasized tho modern black art is practiced that the bone must belong to a chicken but as no other fowlnot excepting the bird of America the turkey possesses such an appendix tho distinction seems unnecessary The bone on the pyramid wase rescued from destruction by tho white fingers of a girl who dressed it and hung it over the outside door When it had been lodged I there an hour a man camp in Hett was tall and as he came under thejj conjure ho brushed it with his head and dislodged it Well youre it laughed the girlas he stooped and picked it from the floor That is tho first time you ever came under the wish bone Will you break it withme Nell You know I believe it is an omen We will both wish and thoI one that gets the wish piece must tell the other what wish was made 0 lets tell beforehand Health and prosperity is all I wish for Am I not moderate I wish said tho man that we are married at Christmas and live happily ever That sounds like the endingof a dime novel love story See thatI wo are not even engaged it would take stronger force than that ofa wishbone to marry us by Christ masNell will you marry me She had waited seven years for this and now that it had come it was most welcome and it angered her that a miserable chicken bone could supply an opportunity for this laggard in love A panorama of war flashed across her horizon the glint of arms the flutter of flags a soldier promoted for brav ery then forgetfulness and silence She looked at the serious stolid face of the man as he stood hold ing the arbiter of human destinies between thumb and forefinger and decided Yes David but please do no give your chicken bone too much credityoumuylotgetyour wish after all It went apart with a snap an David held the long piece and his satisfaction over it was immense Well it worked didnt it We will kep the pieces and theywill bring us good luck I have always had the greatest faith in wishbonet omensYet it was necessary that iit should fall and strike you before you accepted its dictum suggest ed Nell A superstitious man is far mor- rabid in his belief than one of the opposite sex just as a man in love is very much more engrossed by the tender passion David Wilson wrapped the bone of fate in a tissue paper covering anti laid it away carefully among his cherished pos sessions Nell dropped hers into her glove box wished the chickenI that owned it had never been born rated herself for a fool and sat down to have a good cry Engaged to David Wilson dI jt himiI even if he is wearing fine new shoulder straps The mean thing never to write a word 1 Oh David you superstitious good old stupid how will I get you off my hands Seven years of acquaintanceship ought to count for something Oh chicken bone engine of destiny how I hate you 1 IAnd the next day when Capt Hale called on Nell and asked her to marry him she consigned alll chicken bone wishes to perdition while she made a clean breast of her affair with David Andwhat the captain meant hy holding hor in his arms while ho heard her story can easily bo guessed Then they went into session as a com circumventin motion by that wishbone Capt Hale was in favor of an elopement leaving David out of the race but Nell was much too i conservative for that Sho pre s ferred strategy and a brilliant I coup do grace t A week later David presented f himself in a state of abject dopres sion I ve lost my luck ho said in crapeedged towns Lost on a business deal sug gested Nellwarily No Lost my wishbone I put it away carefully and now it can not bo found high or low It has disappeared as if by magic s- And you are sure no one was in your room No one but my washerwoman and I dont know what she wanted there But she would have no obee ject in stealing wishbone No and there would be no magic in a wishbone that would let itself bo stolen Oh David that is a bad omen Wo must call our engagement off until you find it Bad luck will follow if we per sist in disobeying the omen We are up against it now 1 know it I feel it in my bones said poorvictimized Davidmourn fully Noll dear do you think possible that thecatateitN- ot I Nell was shakiug witbI laughter which by a desperate ef fort sho changed into nervous agi tationhI fool that it may mean a warning and we must obeywe cannot throw ourselves against an oracle You see it was not intend ed that we should marry The envoy of fate was never found as the wicked girl knew right well it never would be for byI her own scheme it was abstracted So cleverly did she play upon the superstitious nature of David thatI he not only forgave her for marry ing Capt Hale but was himself at the wedding as best man But every now and then he goes on n still hunt after that lost wishbone Mrs M L Rayne in Chicago RecordHerald J100 Reward J100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that sci ence has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh s potitive cure known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a con stitutional disease requires a con Cad tarrh Cure taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system there by destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative forGany case that it fails to cure Send AddresseFJ CUENEY Co- Toledo 0 Sold by druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best An Old ExRepresentative Probably the oldest living ex member of the Kentucky legisla ture is W H Points of Grant county He was born in Novem ber 1810and has passed his ninety first birthday He is the father o 1C children all from one mother He served in the Kentucky legis lature as a representative from 1878 until 1882 and made a remarkable campaign for hs first election Whisky and money alike it was said at the time figured prom inently in the campaign Points won by a narrow margin Of Benefit to You D S Mitchell Fulford Md During a long illness I was trou bled with bed sores was advised to try beWitto Witch Hazel Salve and did BO with wonderful results I was perfectly cured It is the best salve on the market SureI DeII1 H F PIEBATT it c Get a Pair of Goats Time and ngnin we have urged upon our farmers the importance of raising goats as an investment but up to tho present not has responded to our noneII Aside from tho fact that we all of our people to do the best they can and this mountain coun I try to blossom liko the rose there is nothing in this to us But it is- o easy to raise goats and there iis raisingAI them that we should like for our I farmers to engage in the business Ij The wool from the goat is mohair j and commands a higher price wool the young goat as thanII superior to anything save venisonii and they browse on brush for n living Indeed they help clear upland I by eating down tho under j brush and thus give grass a chance i o that other hoofed and horned Ij stock may bo tho easier raised Lot each of 10 or 12 farmers get a pair of Cashmere goats this winter and within a few years all this country will be as a garden spot They protect themselves against the depredations of foxes and oth er varments andn few herding with sheep will protect them There is no live stock that brings such returns with so little risk Take our advice some of you and introduce at least ono pair Saw Death Near It often made my heart ache writes L C Overstreet of Elgin Tenn to hear my wife cough un til it seemed her weak and sore lungs would collapse Good doc tors said she was so far gout with consumption that no medicino or earthly help could eavo hor but a friend recommended Dr Kings New Discovery and persistent use of this excellent medicine saved her life Its absolutely guar anteed for cougliBcolds bronchitis asthma and all throat and lung diseases 50 touts and 100 at J Taylor Day hazel Green and S S Combs t Sons Campton drug stores Trial bottles free New Invention in Mirrors Mirrors that one can see through are a now invention already com ing into use They are ofso called platinized glass being bucked with compound of 95 percent silver and o per cent platinum and optically speakingthey are exceedingly curious and inter esting Looking into a glass of this kind one finds firstrate re flection it is a mirror and noth ing more At the same time a per son on tho other side can see di rectly through it For example a glass of this sort placed in front of the prescription desk in an apothecary shop perfectly conceals the prescription clerk and his ap paratus iTbua the privacy of department is secured while of his part the clerk is able to sur vey the shop and see everybody who conies in just as if the mirror were ordinary glass Health and Beauty A poor complexion is usually th result of a torpid liver or irregular action of the bowels Unless na tures refuse is carried off it will surely cause impure blood pimples boils and other eruptions fol low This is natures method of throwing off the poisons which th bowels failed to remove DeWitt- Little Early Risers are world fa mous for remedying this condi tion They stimulate the liver and promote regular and healthy ac causefgriping cramps or distress Safe pills II F PIERATT IiMoTo ours SICK HEADACHE HABITUAL CONSTIPATION- and all dlMUM arising from In digestion They will purify your blood and male your complexion ae FAIR AS A LILY They are gelatin oeated PIICE 2f CElTS Sold by J M Eose Hazel Green Ky f c I1 I II Asthma i cc One of my daughters had a i terrble case of asthma We tried almost everything but without relief We then tried flyers Cherry Pectoral and three and onehalf bottles cured hernEmma Jane Entsminger Langsville O Ayers Cherry Pectoral- certainlycuresmanycases i asthmaIcures bronchitis hoarseness weak lungs whoopingcough croup winter coughs night coughs and hard colds ZSc SOc 51 All dtIntstL IThreulm Coninlt your doctor If ho says take It If he tell you not i to takeItthen dot t take IL He know Leave It with him Wearenlllirj- rJC AYEU CO Lowell Mau A Distressing Deathii The suicide of Stuart Young at Louisville last week was a most distressing one He had been city treasurer for four years during which tithe tho flesh being weak ho had speculated on horse races and in bucket shops using the i city money He was short over 50000 but tho fact was only a rumor tho day of his death and Louisville papers refrained fromI publishing it until Young could have a chance to vindicate himself or tho fact was established by expert examination Tho Times however in its greed for rows grasped the rumor und printed it witha picture of tho mutt A newsboy showed him the paper ho exclaimed lily God walked away a few yards and sent a bullet through his brain At the time a messenger boy was hunting him to I deliver a telegram from his brother I Lawrence of Chicago telling him that he was on route to pay every dollar Other friends were trying to find him to assure him of their assistance when the paper and its headlines met his gaze Not know ing of the action of his brother and feeling that disgrace was upon him he fired the shot that ended his trouble Within an hour ever thing would have been satisfacto rily settled Saved His Life I wirih to say that I feel I owe my life to Kodol Dyspepsia Cure writes II C Chrestenson of Hay field Minn For three years I wus troubled with dyspepsia so that I could hold nothing on my stomach Many times I would bo unable to retain a morsel of food Finally I was confined to my bed Doctors said I could not live I read one of your advertisements on Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and corn1mencodfrom the first hottle Now 1 am cured find recommend it to all Digests your feed Cures all stom ach troubles II F PIEUATT When Paring Onions Although the fact of the pungent ofeonions affecting tho eyes is well known the way to avoid these ef fects is not so general 1 recognized The odor which affects tho delicate membrane surrounding the eyes is duo to a sulphurous oil which vol ofeTosavoid the effects of this vapor is easy ifn small pared potato be stuck on the end of the knifo with which the cutting is done A chem- Ical affinity which cannot readily be explained but which is none the less satisfactory in its work jugs attracts the fumes und their presence is not manifest to thc operator till the potato has reached a certain degree of saturation when it can readily bo replaced by anotherOnions are among the finest nerve tonics we have find if spring onions are chopped and spread be tween sliced bread and putter they lorm a sandwich which if eaten at supper time will do a great deal toward insuring a good nights sleep Plenty of onions should be found in a spring salad Tho un pleasant odor imparted to the breath by eating onions can be neutralized by eating a little par- r sley r 1 I8 SUBSCRIPTION RATES 0 7j One year in dnSI n Six loutbsII 55 fj fjSingleThe date after your name iv time you are paid to n renew 10 days before time U always give potofficeGt 11state when renewing or to iUdicateSI P aIIor tit changed U Remittances should be Lto registered letter or bank s 5i SSS COUNTY + DIRECTORY + CIRCUIT COURT Third Monday1 in January Fourth Monday in April and Third Monday in September DAVID H KKmviNE Jude CoinmunwcaUljsAttprcejJJ C J HANKS Trustee Jury Fund 0 COUNTY COURT monthiJudgeWA T Com Sheriff AttornfoYIAeito W SAILKV Assessor uneJorFIXK 0 MAGISTRATES COURTS TIME or HOLDING AND OFFICIALS SnocxEYMagistrate holdingcourtSECOND DISTRICT JOHN D ROSE Ju Magistrate S X XorMAX Con stable Court days First Thursday in February May August iliad November MegistratrFebruaryMayt FOUIITII fluTnuT1 K Lrco Magistrate WM SlEXCKK Constable Court days First Friday in March June September and December 4 Firm t SIXTIiJ X CHAMBERS MafrUtrate in both districts DAVID IJAXKS Constable Court days Third Friday in February May August nnd November FrvuNTii DISTKKT B F Bollx Magistrate i POUTKU LARK Constable days First Saturday in MarchJulie September and December 1EIGHTH DISTRICT GCOEUK OLIVER I JMagistrate No constable and no set tine for holding court t Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect Oct 20 1901 EAST TiiOUND N4STAT101SSunday Suudayr LyeLexingtonI I tt llIclJester r i pI 8 S am- IL JJuucn a 07 put 811 aUi Clay City S 40 iIW 11 tt am Stanlou 3 51 pw tl3 am- Xnt1ridge 4 L0 pn J 5t an Torrent 4 3t pw 10 Oi am Eeattyve Je 4 Coli pwl0 atl am 4 Juclsou Iii ll wl1 30 aw WEST BOUND Xol No 3 STATIONS exiDailyecSuuday Jackson tIi 25am It 0mi IruTorrentpmNat11St1nlon t pmClaypuIpnWinchestert pwLexington10 MdnagercnsI T K MOWJANS PA LOUISVILLE TIN AND STOVE COMPANY Jobbers and Dealers in sTcYYESJapaned and Tinware cf 1 liOUJSVJJJXiB DOT DILLER BEWWETP WHOLESALE ThlIIRNlrnJU i y StWholesale l healer in the South Louisville Ky J fl siftvofii GO Manufacturers and Jobbers of i iMENS BOYS TNIplft kip d CHILDRENSULU I lllU r 007 W MAIN 3STREETLOUISVILLE KY i REH BEVERSON1 5 C- OHSjIS4Iil L f BABJJIIEBYs SOSSIS W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY r Wanteu9ODO mo- nT j BUYTftp Great Brag pants I 02 1T SOLE DEALER5Kw HAZEL GREEN KY y Situations Secured iitke aataatutbnrr i tat once qfar catalogue and tpecial ffere t IIUHoyBusln es 1 LccUtKb Kt MonMMrrAa jeayfkleetN9ititrawyYaAyJaek k r N 7 1ft THE HERALD II W SPENCER COOPER dit I I I HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY December 5 1901 TilE fact that the offices of the Ohio and Kentucky railroad j have been removed from1 1ii Lexington to Cannel City the5 I noticeawhich we publish elsewhere fl f I indicates that that road will soon put out a regular sched1 ule for passenger traffic and at the same time establish rates for freight One of the most needed things just now is anl express office at Ilelewah the a station on that road five miles from Hazel Green At peat e5 our express packages come to Torrent 20 miles away au as we have no regular transportation line it is very inconvenient 1thlJl express Y office at the station on the new enJotthe benefits of express and as soon as such an office is estab lished we have the assurance that I r expresslinei offiii It would surely pay some one f to start a hack between tl two points to carry express Ifpackages and passengers andof as soon as the road establishes its schedule there will be lots t of passengers to justify the enterprise r In the matter freight the new road will hat to compete with the Red River Valley railway the terminus of which is McCausey and ti L and E the nearest station being Torrent The rate fromI McCausey is 30 cents per 100 t pounds and 40 cents from Torrent If the 0 K canI f reduce this wagon freight to Sttamount of freight for Hazel Green and this immediate territory i To do so it wouldl t have to deliver it at Ilelewa 20 cents cheaper than we now get it at McCausey and thatl is at their option We ho1 it can be done because of tht convenience to our people and1 Grassy Creek Ezel Maytown Stillwater and intermediate poidts along that line would1 ship via Helewah Should1 this be done it would soon de monstrate the importance ofi building a branch road from Helewah to Hazel Green and with ties Sc furnished by us s the 0 K might give us t connection If they did not we could build the track for I about 15000 andarrange for rolling stock ourselves NoTEThe name of the station soundsl something like this but we arc not onto the correct spelling Will gideit next iissue Dont fail to read the new adv of the Day Millinery Mrs F X Day has a full line of ladies wr jackets hats ifcc c and in the r stock will be found somethin please every lady in the land no matter how fastidious her tastes A pretty woman dressed in one of rf her pretty jackets with a lover of al bonnet would bo justtoosweet for anything This town and rich has a full supply of tho living i beauties and Mrs Day is i to furnish the artificial an cheap are her new goods that lady can havo the luxury of a new bator jacket or both Call and see them 9 DEAFadeafness and j noises 1n the head by Dr Nichol son r q Drumsq gave 110000 4N uoablprocurettt ttree Addreu No 4t8GThe7ichol may t JintUnte 780 Eighth Avenue NewYoi I ar 0 x OFFICES OF 0 t K RAILROAD Now at Cannel City the Terminus- of the RoadCapt Broas Resigns Management- The general office of the Ohio and Kentucky railroad will boI moved to Cannel City next week herorbefore work in constructing the j thirtymile road to the heart of the mountains was commenced Now that the lino is open for traffic it has been found necessary that the offices bo nearer Tho terminal atIJacksonITho Ohio and Kentucky railroad extends from Jackson to Cannel City entering trio heart of the cannel coal fields Mines are in ij operation and about 100 tons ofI the block coal are being taken out daily New machinery has been j I ordered As soon as tins is placedII position and 500 miners estab 1 flin in this district the output will be about 1000 tons per day jjf coal is in demandgreat 1This if and the present facilities of the j I jfjf new road are taxed Tom Morgan j is the local agent All of the outI ChiItlI jI In the near future cannel coalij mining will bo one of the biggest industries in the state R M1 Broas who is well knowwea weadpeIriodj ed here has resigned his position as General Manager of the 0 and KLroad and iis now in the east His appointJf j j j i the affairs and ho will remove ttheCannel City next week berlmeraiiroatlconlpanyhasbuiltl houses in the new town which isi to be incorporated soon A post ce will be established Lexiug j ton Herald Nov 10 EstatetShelby Cannoy of Meuefee count on Saturday bought the farm I Wm Toliver three miles below j Hazer Green on the State road 2000 coshand the forII Jff- furm of something over 100 offrom his son Alex Toliver for 1 coleM 13IO8rsI13 Louisiana where Marion Toliver tomeThe letters he has written home concerning that country have been so fluttering that Mr olive senior determined to locate there if he could sell here As ho has done so he will remove but WP do not know just when While we i TOIIiver1 I Cannoy is another good citizen Ito fill the saylan even swap We hope Mr Toll liver will not be disappointed his Louisana home and we know Mr Caunoy has lost nothing in changing his residence from Men 1efee to Wolfe whore ho is in close touch to our school 1LaterThe last sale has not been closed WANTED Trustworthy mou and women to travel and advertise for 1old established house ofsolid finan vial standing Salary 780 a year and expenses all payable in cat 1Xo canvassing required Give refer antes and enclose selfaddressed j tamped envelope Address Mana ger 355 Caxton Bldg Chicago tf rite11e are in receipt of the ccdr for change ofad for the Ha Distilling Co Lexington but late for this issue as one side of paper was printed We noto howl ever that they are making special prices for Christmas goods Pure straight whiskey in jugs at 2 2o250 and 300 and at 10 per case of 12 bottles They hii andupsfor medical purposes no purer liqu orerho thangthis place Try them for your eggrwant Sherry Port Kelly Island or California wines You will find hismirygoods firstclass in all respects Trialdagoganydrtathe low of their Electric Bolts on trialU on the following terms 100 to be paid in ten days if the B ftnaili proves beneficial and the balance 200 to be paid in sixty days if the Belt effects a cure These Bel feff pe ifive cure for Rheuma troubhma etc Address at once GERMAN ELECTRIC AGENCY tf POBoxl874NewYorkNY J Y I I I IIII OutIOne of our correspondents justI before the election announced thatI Andy Taulbee who lived on Nig branch above Leo City hadt 1 fallen from the top of a pigpen fence and killed himself by break ing his neck A sixyearold son of the dead man subsequently toldjj his grandpap Broadhorn I Bill Taulbee had killed his father I a club and hid tho club lc ing upon this information tho remains of thodoad man were raise which revealed tho marks of tho pon and the club being foundI the boys story was so far corrobo rated that a warrant was swornI out for tho arrest of tho murders it had not been served Monday at dark It is now said too tindtY Broadhorn Bill has gone crazy and the fear is that ho may kill I little grandson before ho canI apprehended When you have head ache or neuralgia try Triphone Sold lby SS Combs tC Suns Campton at H F Pieratt Hazel Green tf Will Not Hide My Light Under a Bushel- GENTLEJIESIwillnothiaomy light under a bushel for I want yourInot got anything to do mo al Goochtxican Syrup I took three hot ties tuff it cured me entirelybgive you this hoping it may be the ans of saving some one from t horrible and premature death Yours under obligations l B11AUtrlcnrScott Town 0 Consumptives try it It cures a simple cough as if by magic and is the best remedy for whooping cough Prico 25 cents I a VitajeOre will relieve you of all aches and pains Agents wanted stampSpencerl yinBeneficial to Lexington Business Lexington will benefit more from the Ohio and Kentucky railroad than all of the state combined iif her merchants will only make tho effort to get this trade As wo have time and and again pointed on she is tho natural mart for on people and while the Lexington people are building those interurban lines to attract trade to that tih importanco of bringing the people1 of this section in close touch Lox ingtou in fur can get every dollar of this trade if her businessmen will but mako the effort o to so Winchester to be sure gastands gtooton as a barrier but can she compete with Lexington And this territory is worth as much to tho business men of Lexington as any one of the points to which her interurban roads run The same company that is constructing those iinterurban railroads could build tho five miles connecting us with arrangealwith that road for rolling stock t operate the five miles Again n say tho business men of Lexington importt Robt J McLin returned Wed nesday night from his visit to the cities and they say he bought enough holiday goods to supply allI people in the mountains with seful as well as ornamental gifts The picture of tho man hitting th on tho head illustrates J T Days ad wherein you are told o teoliday goods World1Qadvanceth taleGETI oea Sale BUUcprlAte4 HXBAUloae Jti CASTOR I A I For Infants and Children I The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Bignatnro jf jS fb0of uijf7x7tt ooooooc ooa oaocoooco +oaooog- i i gthc trnr C f 1 J JJJOooovoooo oooMOOOaoa oooooooeooo8 The following school books can be bought at this oilice at less than denIers prices A saving of 15 per cent is guar anteeil von But you must be quick as these are all we have Fryos Elements ol Geography 52 zent1Fryes Complete Geography SlOO Cyrs First Reader 23 cents Cyrs Second Reader 29 cents Cyrs Third Reader 40 cents Cyrs Fourth Reader 48 cents Cyrs Filth Reader 56 cents Childrens Primer 10 cents Priiico Arithmetic grads I 16 cents Arithmetic Grade III 16 cents Arithmetic Grade IV 16 caaln Tarbclls Lessons in LanguageGrammar 48 cents Oar Government by lacy 60 cents Childs Book of Health 24 cents Oar Bodies and Row Wo Live Dla cantst SCHI Beginners American History 8 cent COcd3PENOE3 COOrEH Iitf Unt t ifr 3Ljtttit fo WIXCHESTKU KY IL WITlIEltSPOOX Pre U illllitIIII II U hitri Paid up Capital 100OOOIA ISurplus e 0OlOUO Ilanilsotno deposit of 101210SS This Haul solicits the accounts at mn clmiitK fanners trailer m1l liusinrt nun generally throughout KaMrm Kniiucky eudnurrKerervfaeilitqacll a legitimate baukini tiY SO YEARS r k TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRICHTS ItcAnyone llendlrur a thant drcrlMlnn maJ 11yCUlllhlclltial Ohht nceurr frrna Ic rrott- a W rotePatentJNtrethudSCIENTIFIC AMERICAN otnuTllddDBW6AddresstMUNN Jt CO 301 Uroudnuv New York R J M WALDECK ll Physician and Surgeon IJAXKL GllEEX KY Solicits the patient e of the people o lard Green mid virility andwill answer professional calls ilay or nigiit Obstetric specialtyi i WORLD ALtiifA AND ENCYCLOPEDIA- t A STATISTICAL- r VOLUME OF Over 10000 Facts and Figures Containing Over 600 Pages Special Features j ruilkmalres of the United States PerU eolm About Three Thousand American Magnates Organized Labor Strength of the its Labor Union The Trusts United States Census New Census- olnaropeandountrles Tha Nicaragua Canal and tie foto Treaties With Oreat Britain me Re lth1thelth1 Europe Pro rest of o oMuatdpal Aerial NavigationI In 1001 The New York ioFACTS ABOUT POLITICS t THE BOOK BELONGS IN EVERY OFFICE AND IEVERYIo I I Price 25 EXPERILNCE HayPaunco THAT AT STANDARDII BklgNewTorke YorkfarransedOUCUlals I World Almanac and will send The Herald one year and the Almanac- on receipt of One Dollar The regular price is l125 + NOTE This price is for the World iit itoimust be sent to pay postage J r t r y f i2l1 IAA fcpidilil1 1 r1D- I I I 1 1L1ttt I will sell my furls of 59 ACRES itiisliiir of itlxiiit SO M M rf cleared r1IIij i Good Frame Dwelling EOUEO of four rooms tic a Iatl dtillrd vn I e IHVIT failing water ui i iitlmws rdII Mini IIhlklH two truant hrur1- ilrrt iis a Fine Vein of the BEST COAL rom which Kraal thuiuiitiii iiujlicIn rrtil11l tticli yjr The fMrin iis out nd otio Iinlf mills from IInl Green A goac iirgiin MM lifi inarit I ly iijjilviiif in pe- rIollr vritiiii to Vji II Corn iron ICy tiiiJgII have for sale now Silver Vvamlottc0 lggr1lCO fur 11 Theso Are Thoroughbred liny a setting ruse MHIC TilOUOUGII HUED CHICK ENand you will he r longer ntiMkd with the COMMON STOCK Fiist call JiM rtrvi l IJOIHUT I COKI hJiOCnGOOOCOa 8 8 TB ER Ps rlTSC31udr UIt I I o U g ST SS 3 grc 1r r r te nllti- it 8- o Ir SteiotI t 1I1rJigg For Sale btl yUHAZZL GSEErJ ICYo wCCOCOCOCOOCCOOOOOOCOOOOOtjROSE 9 PRACTICAL Q l nlv f llJ pi p- JLi i U I U n j dI WAGfiAKERSSil HAZEL GREEK EYf E1slariei the tUntin f t hfrrmtt If this vi nits to iiir im Irovi I teiitisI Ir Itucknalttltllt alnguliltifiing s well as repair work of al11 kinds A full force of lint Ih iiifdiniiio insures priiinptMi iii the execution ofi all work ltrlltnlI lo thi in and ntlifae tion i1s iuriiUe l in 1111 ca Itipity r linildin r and wyn taking iirt our I cialtii Ynr r tlt i i leitfully xiirilcd and ulyIl recitttl lit tilt v HOI 1i1GIiI1 r S CAVEATfTCJADE P1ftiS i I COPYICHTSH3iEGZCMS i tSonil joiirlluaine i Urwt torublnJ1onC snvos time vents lea letter service t Ur 2c cen 0 VRrarC3cc rstCrr a1a r tvirkentus apesamunLt 191tAaxACIUSt ne aid I to tct rnLGFIrsH-enn ftats patat cpectat j sttoat raara to a ACtattdate4aoatttruuaererrs r nf rn t ytirLoi WLC 1Lrl1 NWWiWXYIAN 1tNN1- z sa = sawaooaaur mx a 67 ftfIl t2 tL yJ t I fif f Alo1 Whlir fry MKN1 FOLKS kkIj jc have them in Nloklr in iil t iiJIr and bold Every tinujiirce- jj fullyI Hiitriiiitr l Prices 8100 i 250 WCO y 1000 and upward I UII 6jrTis MJW 18k Hold lUng flat cr ovil style good heavy WJ weight 800 Solid Gold Sings 1111ji I 1 beauties in Opt Kmei s IIu 5 i i i bits and iJianionds for your laWl dies Also tiny one for the Lily H Prices from 8100 to 8100 FRED JJ1 HEINTZJJ Manufacturing Jew lerII I East Main St near Iostoffice jy LEXIXCITOV KY g L a A- r ooooaoooooaoaoaacoooo ofWML H KASH f1tto7neyoatLCL U + tHAZEL i KYtWillanti ail ioiningcountiee Collections specialty I UOOOOOOOOOOUOHIOOOIlOOUHHtJ w J retty Bat Kills Pain This lady has been in tears tlJatifmightgo to flits F X DAYS lovelytintsnow sites telling him that ho is just the sweetest old man that ever livedI If your wife or daughter is given to mel anchollv see how quickly site alwaysllil110YcS stylesel I l 1 II 1 1 1fMAKES YOU FEEI LIKE GIVING SOME PRETTY GIRL 1 A HANDSOME 1HESENT DURING t ortI t7 OR YOUR M1 RCS SO V1iS PREPARED TO ACCOMMODATE YOU WITH EVERY TASTEdEXQUISPTOI ANYpfrl o t Boza GREEN Il CJlDEJllI oo- g IINORMAL AND PREPARATORY SCHO- OLETho 1 00 I prosont term began September 3 with the largest eiirolhiiont in tho history of the school IB Second Session begins JANUARY I 1902 IjfA thorough practicalMhooll for young men and nulemicCHlIItrialDepartneut r IUnlll1I 8t iliaapcst acre On Earth Quality of Goods Considered r ttt7ERATTs UKALKIl IN tsRA MjB a r lg2 qtb Wj = = l wII i t Live Stock St Country Produce LIVERYS i AND FEED STABLEH- orses 1 Licks Buggies tCcrfor hire at all times andcharges reasonable JL iTlYjfBER GroovedffeetyetqA ESi fc All outstanding tuxes must be settled now untilJanuarySI 11 Dontdelay vonYourj F PIERATT J HOLIDAY GOODS II I SANTA GLAUS1 need ing a I showhisselectedJtiters He wonderkfulever seen in Hazel Green lif1II IDOLLS 1iTOYS ICECIL bRO oIHave just completeline t and Animal and Mechanical Toys ever seen i i Hazel Greenwhich arc to please the children and the r stock of i D52illsees it as priced are lowvery i P ii JC jiitLIjI1i l Jt + dr i r tya01II weakness that mates a burden of Food docs not strengthen ItseltIII Slurp does not refresh It is hard to do lard to bear what should be easy vitality Is 01 the ebb and the whole system suTT 1 For this condition taLa Hoods Sarsaparilla It vitalizes the blood gives vigor and tone to ell the organs and functions and is positively unequalled for all rundown or debilitated conditions HOODS IlLLa euro coaitlputlon cents THE HERALD =Henry Pioratt made n business visit to Campton yesterday John James and daughter of Charleston Illaro visiting relatives and friends on Lacy crooks Blank School Reports for use of teachers of public schools for salo at this ofTco100u0 cents 200 75 3iX100 i Wm Toliver will have a sale of his household and kitchon furni S ture live stock hay kcon Thurs bills day next For particulars see I HUMORS loils pimples and nilIIII arc dueto impure Wood and by purifying the bluedwithI I Hoods Sarsaparilla they arc CURED II Married on Wednesday the 27th Nov at the residence of Mrs Lu FrankrjII Puckett and Miss Rebecca Bates p Rev Ira Wells officiating W L McDonald selling theIIII Worlds Great Classics10 volumes a compilation of the best in literatures was here a few days this ordersweeks J S Campbell of Campton who I has been quite ill with flux is improving so we are told by Dr nsulItationFou SALEA StlmpcrII Commercial College Kentucky University By early application at this office somo young man can save several dollars tf Judge Swango came up from Spencer to attend W1 Swangos hi sale on Saturday and spent sevj Oral days this week visiting among his friends in and about Hazel Green AH Chamberlain representing tho Cincinnati Enquirer Co inII introducing the Century ary and Cyclopedia was here several days this week and succeeded I in taking several ordersIThe marling of W P Cecilof Cedar Bluff Va and Miss Lillian Evans of our town is announced for this afternoon We willnext t week give a full account of the nuptials b x Do you want a business education If so write Prof B B Jones Lexington or come to this office and receive a scholarship We can save you 10sElza James and cousin Etta left Tuesday morning for Charleston Ill where they will visit friends and relatives for some time and i Mr James may conclude to re main there if he finds a lucrative position y Cruelty to Children Mothers Worm Syrup never fails to destroy and remove worms in children It is cruel not toad mjnister to them whenever there is need t Charley Cecil on Monday moved his household effects to the W T Ii Swango property near town which ho recently purchased and he is now a full fledged citizen of Wolfe county std on behalf of our citizens we welcome him and i his family to our midst I Call at J T Days for mixed nuts apricots prunes tapioca rai I y EerY1thingI could buy and absolutely fresh is also cheap and everybody ItII callingzI at J T Days k Dr Center tells us that Robt Maddens son of Landsaw who has boen down with pneumonia isII improving Taylor Hatton has pneumonia Sylvester Haulsey was quite ill but so far convalesced as to be up and about then relapsed I baduf tt a 1 CONTENTED aYe LKROY BOOOS primrose bud was opening there IAOn the brim of a hounding stream j lifts its head it wonders where It awakes from a peaceful dream Tis beauteous verdure doth entwine The birth of a lovely tlOerIIThe vale is decked with columbine- To fill with mirth its gajsorne bowerf It sees the towering oak tree high The tinted rose the lilly white It wonders much if natures eye Embraces it in the lovely right It looks beneath and sees the brook With constant low and ripples gay And wiles much that it had took The brooklets form that it might play = It sees the birds come twittering by As they flit with tireless wing Oh how it wishes it could tly 1 And be a bird that it might sing lint its little lifes already set It can not change its present bower It must conclude that twill not fret An be content to be a flower You IthoandI deep seated It is often difficult to cure It That is the reason why it is best to take floods Sarjaparilla when titease first shows itself Hoods Pills areritefamllnathartlef On January 1 1002 a new de partment will be added to Hazel Green academy A school of telegraphy and railroad accounting will be run in connection with Hazel Green academy H Clay Lacy who is now in tho Morse School ShelhyIdepartment Mr Lacy will corni plote his work in tho above school about the lath inst and will come here immediately to get ready for the opening of his department Any persons who want such a couri should write Mr Lacy in caro of Hazel Green academy at this place Tho best instruments will bo secured and a room will be fitted up where thorough instruction can be g enlt When yon have head ache orc bySF Pieratt Hazel Green tf Ill Cecil Bros havo received their Christmas candies and the stock embraces the fittest line of confec tion over seen in Hazel Green French candies of every conceivable i kind and all at the lowest I living prices Every young man can give his sweetheart a nice pres i out anti candies aro always acceptable when you buy the kind that Cecil Bros have Beside they have all kinds of fancy and family gro ceries which they are selling at bedrock prices Give thorn a trialc today Pileine Cures PilesIMoney refunded if it ever fails princo of commercial tour IThut Hartfield was here over Sunday and sold some nice bills to our merchants and others in the vicinity lIe sells goods and no mistake and ho is honest enough to say that his ad in our paper helps him do so Other drummers could emulate his example with profitIRepairing Neatly Done Never thought of such a sign for a medicine did you Well its a good sign for Scotts Emulsion The body has to be repaired like other things and Scotts Emulsion is the medicine that does it These poor bodies wear out from worry from overwork from disease They get thin andweak Some of the new ones are not well madeand- all of the old ones are racked from long usage Scotts Emulsion fixes all kinds It does the work both inside and out It makes soft bones hard thin bloodred weak lungs strong hollow 1places full Only the best ma terials are used in the patching and the patches dont show through the new glow of health No one has to wait his turn You can do it yourselfyou and the bottle This picture represents the Trade Mark of Scotts taulsion and is on the wrapper of every bottle tad for free unple SCOTT BOWNE 409 Pearl St New York drugI 1 i J COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0To insure insertion ALL correa byMondaythat nearby on Monday morning Our correspondents are derelict in duty 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 SWAN GO SPRINGS SAYINGS Mrs D B May ia on tho sick list Most of our best citizens attended the sale of W T Swango Charley Morris of Flemingsburg was the guest of Harrison Swango Friday night Felex Craft of Salem stopped over Sunday with Harmon Swaugo nd wife Uncle Harry Swango and wife visited relatives at Mize Thursday and Friday John Rico and daughter and Will Rico and wifo of Salyersville passed through Saturday Jerry Cardwell one of Stillwa ters enterprising merchants wasa caller at the Springs Friday Mrs Jane Nickell and Mrs Erastus Brooks of Daysboro partook of tho Thanksgiving dinner at James uses sunIdaygoogoo eyes as ho called for a pair of specks upon his return J F Cecil and wifo of Grassy and Mrs N J Murphy and son of I the Murphy fork were visitors in our village part of last week I Rush Swango went to Campton Saturday where he received ti25 gun from an old friend at Win chiseler Rush says its a dandy Aylette Buckner and Catesby Spears of Paris were hunting birds Ito these parts and were registered iat the Swango House last week They left Sunday for Caney where they boarded the train Monday for homo Dec 3 UNO CAMPTON BRIEFS Dewitt Taylor visited his father on Stillwater Sunday Iko Hartfield was calling on the merchants hero this week Roscoe Wells and Ely Kash of Stillwater were in town Sunday JF Vansaut of this place made a flying trip to Mt Sterling this weekTaylor Gabbard of Berea was here this week itl tho interest of Berea College Miss Lula Evans Henry Ward and Noah Cisco of Hazel Green were in town Saturday John Oakley of Goodwins chapel Morgan county visited G W Rob inson and family this week Misses Sallie and Cordie Tutt of Rock branch this county at teded tho entertainment Friday nightWe have been making head quarters with Poet Wilson this weekwho is painting the residence of A J Cable in Flat Woods A C Oliver who is teaching Tar Ridge school tells us that he has dismissed for awhile on tho ac count of thesmallpox Tho teachers hearts were glad dened this week The superintend ant happened around with almost enough to pay off board bills Grandville Bailey and three or four of his sons left Saturday morning for Clay City where they will visit relatives for a row days T C Sherman tho fur trader came home Saturday from a trip to tho upper counties He tells us that smallpox is broad in that sectionDec 3 POT HOOKS TOLIVER TOPICS The little child of Jim Folkner is not expected to live Sunday was a pleasant day for the let day of December Mort Rose of Stillwater was on Clark branch Sunday to see his best girl- James Perkins of Lacky creek was in this vicinity one day last week on business Cletis and Nannio Swango of Hazel Green Byrd and Lucy Mc Nabb of Toliver took dinner with G P Noble and family Sunday x rl kr John Will Cox and family of Bethel were visiting his father F Cox Saturday and SundayI Mrs Stevey Stamper who has been on the sick list for tho past week is improving slowly Dorter Clark the constable of 7th district was tho guest of 0 W McNabb Sunday night A T Combs sheriff of Wolfe county took dinner with his dop uty 0 W McNabb ono day last weekPorter Clark and sister Emma were in May town Sunday I guess Porter went down to see what titan it was H A Mannin and wifo of Pomeroyton were in this section one day last week en route to EzolCletisSwaugo and sister Nannie were pleasant guests of Byrd Mc Nabb and Lucy Saturday night and all had a good time Miss Nannie Catron of Rothwoll I Ky is visiting her many friends in this community and will start back for home Tuesday W M Toliver has sold his farm to Shelby Cannoy of Menofee coun ty and will leave for Louisana by January 1st We regret very much to give them up but our loss is LouUanaa gain Several of tho people about hero went to Campton Monday morn ing and among them were W T- Wills B T Bolin 0 W McNabb Porter Clark and several others whose names wo did not learn Dec 3 SUNSHINE SUNNY SIDE Boon May and wife of Daysboro were in this vicinity Sunday Grant Lacy and mother wore out visiting last week Uncle Rastus Brooks was visit ing on Grassy Saturday and Sun dayIII E Onoy spent Sunday with his young friend Leroy Boggs ofI Hazel Green Misses Mary Bronneman and Edna Williams were out this way I driving Roe last ThursdayI yule passed by horn Monday enii route to Salem Morgan county Yo scribe took dinner with Misses Mary and Corda Bronneman Sunday and wo never enjoyedour solves better We enjoyed Mack Fryes poem on Thanksgiving While ho was a pupil in the Hazel Green acad emy ho composed poetry for the literary societies Irs F K Day has our thanks for a photograph of her three VirIgintiful face of tho absent oue weI can hardly realize that the is broken Wo shall keep it in donInori norWe attended tho mass meeting t HnzellGreen being discussed one young man and a graduate of this grand institution said that ho was proud that horwas a corncracker born and brought up in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky and all that he was and over hoped to be he owed it to his mother and the Hazel Green academy Now tho point in question is what kindof a man they have made of him Well wo suppose a very fair speci men as ho only has one bad habit and that is eating That schoolI will do to tie to when pupils rise up and call them blessed 1 Dec 3 SUSIE SUNBEAM LANE LILIES Jas A Sewell is on the sick listBenj Sewell of Campion spout Thanksgiving with his parents at this place The little daughter of D M Gibbs and wife is very ill with a spinal disease Mrs Isaac Elkins has been con fined to her room for several days with neuralgia Miss Gertrude Elkins and her brother Van attended the enter tainment at Campton last Friday Judge Congleton passed through here one day last week returning home from the cannel coal mines in Breathitt A very large crowd gathered at the Elkius chapel on Thanksgiv ing day to hear Dr Center preach We were very much disappointed J7 J w iois11 and regreted to hear of his illness Wo hope ho will soon be out againMost of tho schools on Holly closed last Friday Taylor P Sewell was our teacher and he taught us a good school Ho was always kind to his pupils and when wo parted many eyes wore wet with teats but tho wind soon dried thom Dec 8 MIKE IMnnersGOLDtH IIEUE- FuBunsuIlncsuuua6 oftK + rr xvcresrravn xlr- i jl w3 bOulnulrll1 t f n 1VloiKftrrtr R i Colds Forming Fcvera GniPS r CUItESANYPAIN INSIDE OR OUTW mUicterDyiredontay Sold by IL R Pieratt Hazel Green IKy i I KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat This preparation contains all of the digestants and digests all kinds of food It K vcs instant relief and never fails to cure Itallows you to eat all the food you want Tho most sensitive stomachs can take it By its use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else failed It Is unequalled for all stomach troubles It cant help but do you good Prepared only l y E ImWrrrA Co tikirasoI Thojllxtuocoiitaiii ititu stbeOcsizu- II F PlKUATT t DAY HOUSE fHAZEl GHEE KY N B GKAUAM PUOITIKTOR This house has recently been rpfurnislitJ anil renovated and under the present man ailment will continue to nuiititiiin the liiuli reputation heretofore accorded it lor Ironic like comforts ami its culinary department The tulle alioumU with the best the country affords and the patronage of the puUic IS ru pecttullv solicited I I5ltwple rooms fur commercial tourirts livcry stable in connection where horses mill vehicles will have the best attent- ionllfSBfISBluB rass FALL 13OI Fruit curd Ornamental Trees Grape Vines bmail Fruits Asparagus and everything fur Orclianl Ilawn and Garden tife sell direct At right priers to the planlcraml have mi agents General Catalogue on application to both telephones H K HIUKNMKYKK PlioN2x9 Lexington Kv H G ROBINSON BEATTYVILLE KY General Salesman for R M HUGHES CO LOUISVILLE KY Manufacturers of HighGrade Vbiega1 afii Old eLyS- olicits orders from the merchants of the mountains mid guarantees satisfaction A mail order will receive prompt attention A now firstclnes cafe for ladies and gontlumen has been opened in the Phoenix Hotel Annex oppos ito tho C c 0 depot whore all tho delicacies of the season are served in firstclass style Ladies especially are invited- ATTENTION LOTOWNERS Sidewalks Must Now Be Built There are a raimlier of sidewalks in the town only partly built or liadly built which must lie completed according to specifica Buns on file in the Secretary bunk The matter of building walks or pavements has been kept quiet landing tine decision in the McNabb case in the Court ot1p Now as it has been shown that the Board of Trustees has sole control ot the building of sidewalks it will be expected that all walks lie put in first class condition at once I There will be no dillydallying any more Property owners who have been ordered t to build sidewalks may call upon the clerk r B Kose bur spccitivationsWM H Conn Ie Chr UTTofllG Sick HeadacheF- ood I doesnt digest well Appetite poor BowelsI constipated Tongue coated lits your liver Ayers Pills are liver pills they cure dyspepsia biliousness I 25c All Jru =Kl5t5 your moustache or teard re bcauaful- eI IWant or rich black Tiin BUCKINGHAMS DYEtitf18 rs 0 en 0 on O R p oc A C h H MENDELWEINSTOCK 5 COI RATS627629 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY IKE HARTFIELDI Headquarter Sit Sterling Ky aEPaEsE- cTsCUCGENHEIMER do Co LYNCnBURG VA Importers and Jobbers of Dry Goods No tions and Fancy Goods We manufacture the well known SDEATS ALL Pants s4d Overalls Hold your orders until you se t hem 0 o iirJ 4i r v == =lIJ vJljj f iiWett- tj claim to be the Lowest Priced Whiskey House We really sell i jl sj whiskey us low as SUO per gallon rind mind you distilled whiskeyItII iit1riot a Jecoctior chemicals 1m t of coune it isi new maid under proof ii till Our Mountain Dow 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and sold on its merits It by all druggists in cent and onedollar IIre You may have a or Ifbloodthey their rheu to i or is It i It Is I sample bottle by mail iiomo of swampKnot free also pamphlet telling you how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer 8t Co Binghamton N Y Announcement- In another column of todays is sue appears the advertisement off the wonder book of American pub licationsof the acme of the compilers and printers art where me chanical excellence literary per fection and the zenith of accuracy I of detail are combined in a volume of over GOO pages that sells at the popular price of 25 cent We refer to the 1902 New Von World Almanac and Encyclopedia tnndanA1 American Annual And so it is It is more to Amer icons than is Whittakers to the BritishkBy special arrangement with the publishers to The World Almanac we offer it in connection with one years subscrption to this paper at f 100The NEW FEATURES enumerated in the advertisement publishe- today are alone worth the price of the book Besides the features announced there are more than 1hother topics discussed and more N than 10000 facts touched upon Read the announcement and send in your subscription al An Evangelists Story- I I I suffered for years with a bronchialor lung trouble and tried various remedies but did not obtain permanent relief until I commenced using One Minute Cough Cure writes Rev James Kirkman evangelist of Belle River Ill aI have no hesitation in recommend1 1 ing it to all sufferers from maladies of this kind One Minute Cough Cure affords immediate re i kitior Is croup it is unequalled Absolutely safe Very pleasant to take never fails and is really a favorite with the children They like it H F PIERATT Appreciation SheI like some of your articles very much He Oh Im so glad I Vhi was the part you liked specially SheWellI liked the quotation from Balzac Punch Food Changed to Poison Putrefying food in the intestines produces effects like those of arsenic but Dr Kings Now Life Ill idexpelbowels gently easily but surely curing constipation billiousness sick headache fevers all live kidney and bowel troubles Only1 I25 cts at J Taylor Day Hazel1 Green or S S Combs S Sons Campton drugstores Aunt Sarah Flemings as 93 of Boones Fork Ky mother of Sol and Lige Flemings of Klux fame who are now serving penitentiary sentences died at hAr- oldk home on Wednesday night the 27th inst Says He Was Tortured I suffered such pains from corns writesaH Robinson Hillsborough Ill but rya Bucklens Anica Salvo completely cured them Acts like magic on r sprains bruises cuts sores scalds i barns boils ulcers Perfect healer of skin diseases and piles Care f Guranteed 25c per box by J T 4 4Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sons Campton gtara Baptist i minister at Camp Branch creek Ky was burned to death in tJ T absence of the father andmot on the 27th fnst Eastern promoters are tryifig to ecure a franchise for another t 44 treetcar system in LouiW le- nW a v L 105000 Paid For Race Horse The price of 105000 paid Faber to R S Sovier for thebYG1 yearold colt Duke of ter in London England recentlyI is the record price for an untried horse Celebrated stallions have j I t in a few instances brought more I but tho best price ever received j heretofore for a twoyearold was 10000 for King Thomas j King Thomas never won a race j Viand there is no certainty that the Duke ever will Tho animal was bought upon tho assumption that blood would tell and that his per formances would equal that of his illustrious ancestors j DukeIventure but his owner may bo re j warded by the glory ofowning a wonderfully fleet star of the track At this moment the horse stands in j the position of a lottery ticket he unity fill every hope and he ratty prove a failure IA Womans Awful Peril There is only one chance to save your life and that is through II an operation wore the startling oflLimeoflI her of a frightful case of stomach i trouble told yellow jaundice Gall stones had formed sail she con beI 1 wholly cured her Its a wonder ful Stomach Liver trod Kidney okf Appetite Try Only cIs Guaranteed For sale by J T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs it Son Campton druggists lho shooting of George Knox b TI ton Pieratt has created a strong public sentiment at Owingsville againt the carrying of pistols b boys many of whom habitually weaIponFitts near that town was charged schooldl Dud was convicted of it by Judgo Lynch who sentenced him to receive 50 lashes with a rawhide His father was notified and giveni the option of whipping the boy ac cording to sentence or having some one else do it The old man did it and did it well You cannot buy standard pianos organs buggies sewing clocks watches and machinesII cheap any whore else as you cant of mo Come and see samples and yon will bo convinced You doj not have tto risk your money with mail order houses tf J T GEVEDOX William G Boyd who has Iu9 t been selected as surveyor and appraiser of the port of St Louis is n Kentuckian and was horn at Lexington whore ho lived several years A few years ago ho married l LoxingItonr 11 r TtDTrustworthy men and women to travel and advertise for 1old ostablishedhouseof solid finan cial standing Salary 780 a year and expenses all payable in cash No canvassing required Give refer ences and enclose soliaddresse- stamped envelope Address Matte ger 355 Caxton Bldg Chicago t intiso the postofiice at Lancaster Wed nesday night last made an unsuc cessful attempt to dynamite the ICtheir tools They wore scared off by the mail carrier who placed the midnight mail in the office Bloodhounds wore put on the trail edhenry Pieratt bought all the thKS eve and is selling them 50 per con cheaper than the agent sold them The number is limited and if you want one youd better move in hurry as they are going like ho cakes 52tf Judge G W Fleonor master commissioner of the Brcathitt r cuit court and Henry n Noble recently elected superintendent of public schools are among those attacked by the very mild form of smallpox at Jackson lightning One Fay floorer For No SaleII tachment Ono Fay carriage cut ting off saw F BUSH Sox Lexington Ky Danervillo has about subsided The authorities havo taken precautions to carefully quarantine all suspi clone cases No new cases have developed for two weeks 1 p t1 tltW j1y iASTHMACURE FREE I atDttIL1Clll1anent Cure xlxrt7L Cn cs- t SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL WRITE TOUR NAME AND AWIUKSS PLAINLY ctmij N EDI FOR TEI A YEA S j There is nothing like ATHMAIENE It brings instant reliof even in the worst cases It cures when nil Else failsThe hey C F JrLSof Villa Ride IIIsn II Your trial bottle of Asthma lens received in good condition I cannot goodderived yearsIi your advertisement for the cure of this tormenting disease Asthma and thought you had giveitacted like a charm Send me n full size bottle 0Rev Dr Morris WechslerRabbi of the COHJJ Ilnai Israel HlOIDRGentlemen Your Asthmalene is an cellent remedy for Asthma and Hay eXI and its composition alleviates all trouh l s whichcombine i succeisIIAfter having il carefully analyzed we can stale that Asthmalene contains no chloroform or ether yoursREV WECHSLEK 0AVON SPRINOS N Y February 1 mOl DR TAFT BROS MEDICINE Co Gentlemen I write this testimonial from a score of duty having tested the beenIasthma for 1 ownI130lhIimprovrmenAfteri symptoms I feel that I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who a afflicted with this distressing disease Yours respectfully O D IHKLPS Jf D o DR TAFT Hnos MED Co February r 1MI Gentlemen I was troubled with Asthma for 21 years 1 have tried numerous remedies but they have all failed I ran scows your advertisement and marled with a trial bottle I found relief at once I have since purchased your full ie tattle and I am ever grateful I have family of four children and for six yea was unable to work I ain now in the best of health and am doing business ever day This testimony you can make such use of as you yes fitIItAPHAELY1 City SPiinJ Bottle Sent ATbHoIutcJy IFxce osx YDcceipt oF 3 oHtaI Do not delay Write at once addressing DR TAFT BROS COMPANY 79 East 130th Street New York SOLD BY AX L J CityIJ t Nagasdrq 7r17 10 com 5J WhiskeyIi FROM DISTILLERY TO CONSUMER I I I PHISKEY IN JIISu 1v linguas Old Ryo or Bourbon 4 years old per gallon 2QQ C cv lagans Old Rye or Bourbon G years old per gallon 250 j Ilagans Old Rye or Bourbon 7 years old por gallon 275 jN c ckzsz Hagans Old Rye or Bourbon S years old per gallon ROOtl t n WHISKEY CASESIWe will send 4 full quarts of Hagans Ryo or Bourbon 10 years old for 5350 G full quarts for 500 or 12 full quarts for 1000 packed in plain case no marks with corkscrew and etched glass express Wo do charges not prepaidII SSJSSSET DRINK HAGANS RYE I I SPECIAL PRICE LIST110 quote the following Brands of whiskies bottled and cased by ollCo Lexington Ky 1200a1200fBond d Lillard 4s 6II II GOO Bond Lillard 5s 12II I 1100 Bond t Lillard 5s 0 II 550 Old Tarr 5c 12 bottles per case 1000 C bottles per case 500 Ashland 5s 12 bottle per case 1000 G bottles per case 500 Old Elk is bottled in bond and also free the other whiskies are bottled free only You run no risk whatever in sending us your order Wo guarantee every shipment wo make to be exactly as represented If goods are not entirely satisfactory ship them back and your money will be refunded We do not ship goods C 0 D Please make 111I remittances payable to The Hagau Distilling Company ReferencesThe Lexington City National Bank or Stoll S Co StatetAddress THE HAGAN DISTILLING Co KYtI U J F SADLER Co I tS Established in 1865 COMMISSION MERCHANTS j FOR THE SALE OF GattfOjosskeejiand i i I jS0Liberal Union cash 111Lon111I j I In Your FiintiP q ata HE JIM Office 0 7- Jk j iIQ tlt 1 w J I y CHILL TONIC I Itt119 Pt1t 19ttlttRttltlltttltlfttttlttlPfft1111L gGreat gRouse HfrLOUIS S GUS STRAUS KY 3 Fall aild Annollncement Co Or II DEPARTMENT =Js To JJo the Best Kentucky = Our 1fI otto r Sut rut now Ihlr ChnlI E All Former Efforts SurpassedBest Goods anti Lowest PrIcesiEhens Suitst at 219 wortht 1 wGIntlI 1iT 7- Mens Clay Worsted Suns iroOO II worth ail1 E wens Overcoats 199 worth 5 4 4eI Fine Overcoat loj worthI 2o ay A line Alfred the best the One Our Boys Clothing Bops Clothing Boys Clothing Boys Clothing I r J IPots Suits at 49 worth 100 i iSuits at 99 rents worth 200 =Boys Suits at 124 worth 250 Boys Suits at 200 worth 400 I TRUNKS f TRUNKS 1 Largest =stock in the State this v EEMBMBERDont One 3 t i = you get Our surpassed g sr headquartersYou = J iCi r S7 u Pri T W I LsLLi1 1i Ji IL r wr College of Kentucky TIll Agricultural ud Mechanical Late College of Kentucky offers thet fullinrirg fursis of study viz Asricultiiriil Horticultural Chemical Biological Mathematical Normal School ClitHtiial Mechanical Engineering Electrical Engineering Civil Engineering each nf which cxternls over four year and leads to a degree Postgraduate courses of tUlly are also provided leading each to a trrs degree Each eourc of study iis organized under a separate faculty torECounty Appointees explnCiITho e and modern Ii youngII fnni the several courses of study readily find excellent posii I IlrltluatllI lib ral remuneration The demand is largely in excess of the the to supply year the matriculation list was ti20 i rtardingiI gIiI JAMES K PATTERSON Ph D LL D President I Or to Prof D C FRAZEE Business Managers Lexington Ky CsTFall Term begins September 10th 1001 i W R CRAWFORD CO Live Commission Mercha- ntsI SALE OF rrCattleHogs Sheep Cincinnati Union Stock Yards 0 ALSO Bourbon Stock Yards KY c ConsignmentslititI HUGHES littter Ihan tTULtITin OI1 KKLIAIIUC Bilious Fevers SVCCKWOtTU KNOWING Forty years Suu- lhIrocsliutIsTri1 great forChillsiall malarial fevers LEXINGTON Winter J t complete of IClothing in World g MERCHANT Acknowledged TAILORING I cents in department Dollar until Prices efforts State mas college ILlilt Stock CINCINNATI LOOK A STiucii TIME Saves Ilmmglmes Tonic taste 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want everybody in the mountains to know what it did for me so they may try it Hoping every one who has that tired buyVitae trialIyours for putting me on to this remedy JAMES LACY I can vouch for every word Mr Lacy frate in andbought forifaithismanythingsused Vi r fabetteryears which Iattribute to its use MRS SOUTHEY LACY ItiOId11VitarOre Is Ia package which makes 1 quart of Elixer DoseOne teaspoonful in glass of water Mailed to y any address on receipt of price Address SPENCER COOPER HAZEL GREEN KY N r