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J a w ju ADVERTISING mR4 K 1 Column 1 year 3 X 1A 1 year fi I 1 year JO 00 fi1 7i5 2 Indies 1 year 1000 + TVUiOONf j c 0 dates or political writeups 84c line W Obituaries Tributes ic pre copytj 1 4 I THE HAZEL GREEN HERALDEstablished March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max OHell =SEVENTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 12 1901 DUMBER 22 SlENCEIl Owner 8 Oldestt Mostt PopularI Mostt WidelyI I J CirculatedI t d and Mostt Quotedd Paper in the Kentuckyt y 1KIl Ja In VKAII Ittvnnce x Tim Kind You Have beeninslgnntnro of and has been made under his per sonnl supervision slnco Its Infancy Allow no one to deceive you In this butExperiments orIntantsWhat is CASTORIA Costoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age 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 rood regulates the i sloopik GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS rf Bears the Signature off Y The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 3O Years THE eassrua COY tt gasser atassr rtr cola amt 4 A BUSINESS TRAINING s AT THE I LEXINGTON 4 BUSINESS 4 COLLEGE j I t t Gves capitalized results by preparing for Business Life and Insuring Employ ment the ambitious and worthy 100 invested in this school has beenthe means of helping thousands positions of honor and trust WHY NOT YOU- GETTING A START in the world is everything WE START YOU WITH A CASH CAPITAL a Business Education is necessary without it such a training is indispensable OUR CATALOGUE out lining our several courses and circulars showing you what others are doing and how YOU can do likewise should be your hands A postal will bring it IF YOUR MEANS are lim ited ask for Special Circu lar A telling you how you can be instructed at homeWE PREPARE for Civil oerwco pooiuoun under Government Selectionsprepare public school teach ers to teach our Branches in other Business Collegesand prepare Stenogra phers andBookkeepers for the best positions with the best Business Firms FREE First Lessons in Shorthand wth Complete Instructions for the begin applicationEARN by working for us at your home during explainsWRITEIN WRITING be sure to state you saw our ad in THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD Address BENJAMIN B JONES President LEXINGTON KY x IYoua ARE DEAF to to in r ALL CASES OF OR I ARE NOWby oar new invention Only those born deaf are incurable IMMEDIATELYI t P A WERMAN OF BALTIMORE SAYS BALTIMORE Mi March 30 loot en rBelog entirely eared of deafness thanks to your treatment I will now give Jot youdiscretionAbout and this kept on getting worse until I loct tat rcatarrh for three months without any success consulted a num ber of physicians among others the most eminent ear specialist of this city who told me that only an operation could help me sad even that only temporarily that the head ucises would then cease but the hearing in the affected ear would be lost forever I then saw your adrertisement accidentally in a New York paper and ordered your treat ment Afterlhad used it onlyafew days accordingi to your directionsi thenoiseseeased and today after five weeks my tearing in the diseased ear has been entirely restored I thack you 1 and beg to remain Very truly s cure1a If A WURMAN Tao S Broadway Baltimore tli Our treatment does not interfere with your usual occupation tadviceloaI INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC 596 LA SALLE AYE CHICAGO ILL x I tTHE CHICAGO COOPERTh Mountainstira ANY HEAD NOISES DEAFNESS HARD HEARING CURABLE HEAD NOISES CEASE 1CrafkentirelyI 1bnriay POST THE NONE PAPER EUIJ FARMER steiljlI read tilljTfci Chicago Post Enn LIVE STICK Sillier slorld read daily Thi Chicago Post h Eurj PRIDUCE skipper shoildI reaMillj The Chicago Post ETihf6RAlN Shipper should read dailj Th Chicago Pest THE GREAT MARKET NEWSPAPER TIE lEST IS MMETIO 1011 Fll YIH r aewsdeater or publisher of nawepr+ tJuoUlrh your commlY h firm Address par eoI1gltlel- lsorlag this dTBrtuesaent spte copies seat foe on rOattNt THE CHICAGO pOT ChicagoI IIII r7u y How Seng 0 erg I HeltJifieScfioolfiouse I II ny CARL BRAYFIELD From Good Times The rain was falling pattcrpat ter on tho dead and dying loaves of a late October day and the low slowmoving clouds cast a semi twilight over all Timbervillo the village hugged the foothills of the Knobs as though for protection from tho chill rain Along the one street of Timber yule winch ended in a road that traversed Ginseng Hollow came Old Dog Pants carrying a small parcel of some Knob product un der his left arm As he entered Bill Thompsons store ho shook himself like a great shaggy dog and the water from his coat spray ed over tho assembled hill men who hugged the little stove in the vain belief that it contained some warmthOld Dog Pants opened the little sack whichcontained about a poundof halfcured ginseng and after much wordy sparring and dickering with the grim and unsentimental Thompson sold the roots to him for 85 cents in trade Turning toward the stove Pants sat down upon the only unoccupied nail keg in the circle Seems to me boys It said the oldman thet this blamed weth erd never let up Its bin jist siftiii down like for the las fo weeks an even the little bit o hill con that Ive raised cant be gathered hit seems Cons scace too hay not a plenty andern small bit o fodder on tho hills Looks like we might hev a reper tisheru as tho new teacher calls hit o 54 Itwus jist sich wothes this in 54 continued Punts that the folks down in tho lower end o Sang Holler agertated fer a new school house They bed a power ful old shack down thar wust lookin temple o 1arnin in Craw ford county an both sides o Pain ters crick wanted a new house but they couldnt gree on whar to sot hit Them as lived on tho noth side o the crick wanted the loca shun moved becase the nothsiders hed the most scholyardswhile the southsiders wanted the house buil on the oldspot 1I00e Peleg Manders wus the trus tee but ho wanted to cout favers with tho uothsiders tho he wa a southsider himself bekase he expected to come up fernethe term an the nothsiders hed the mos votes So Peleg calls a meet in to be held at the ole school house an each man in the distric r was entitled to a vote an which ever way the majority sed the Peleg would do Course tho meant thet the nothsiders would git tho new schoolhouse case they hed tho mos votes an theyd see thot every mand be thar to vote on the third Wednesday in October tho time set by Peleg Manders to decide tho matter Painters crick is a treacher some stream es everybody knows an in 54 thar was only one way to cross hit when the water was up an thet wus on a big smooth pop lar log thet hed fallen its hundre- feet or more cross the stream iin airly days But every Sang Hol lorite southsidor or nothsiderI knownd how to walk log t darkest night thet ever blowed II Well erbout tho fust week in October hit commenced to rain an hit didnt put on a brake fer throet long weeks Painters crick was boomin I toll ye roglar river o torrents an the crazy water lapin the under side o tho big walk log Still all who needed crossed until the night o the school meet in an then somethin happened Old Dog Pants walked to tho rear door of Thompsons store He crooked a finger at Jim Gales a saw mill man who had sat listen ing with wrapt attention at the I recital Gates hurried out to I Pants and tho two walked behind a tumbledown shed Gates pull I pocketlandr with his lips at tho object Then IlY returned and those who no Old Dog observed that his speech flowed moro freely that his remarks wore more pointed 1 that his mentality had suddenly been exhilerated Livin bout a hundred yards fom tho crick continued Pants I uan not fur fom tho walklogwus Zimri Golden an his mother Zim II about 24 terriblewus an a party san o the southsiders Hed been heerd to say ofen an loud thet the new schoolhouse would sot what tho old house sot ef Zim Golden knew his trade an ho thought be did The third Wednesday night o October come Jist a little after dusk a young feller mought a bon seen sittin straddle o tho big walk log on Painters crick He hod somethin tied round his body an wile workin with both hans Slowly he slid back to tho south end o the log till ho reached the bank then he got up and went a few yards away an sot down mong the underbresh Bout quarter o an hour later the fust dellygashun o nothsiders arriv at tho log on thar way to the meetin They startedover in single file o course but never touched the southshore One by one their feet went into air and down they went kerplunk into six feet o icecold water not ten feet fom tho startin pint They made the noth shore thets all they could male an never stopped runnin until they stood bpfo the log fire in thar own cab ins where they resolved to let the other uoUhsiders out vote their opponents o the southside Delle gashun follered dellegashun an all slid oiln thet log like frogs gain inter winter quarters in a pond It wus the mos unniier mous baptism Painters crick hed seedOut in the underbresb o tho south side you could hoar a laugh thet sent the coons an skunks to tall timber Jist two nothsiders reached the meetin an they come horseback by tho lower ford When old Peleg took the vote hit stood 23 for the old place an 2 fer tho noth side o Painters crickan the Sang Holler university location wus loft undisturbed Airly on Thursday morn in fol lerin Ole Mother Colden Zims mother went out whar Zim was Ziinrisaystshe what on airth do you spose went ith that bar o saft soap Mother sed Zim sort o enjoya Irbelieve hit hea ben devoted strick oeddicashunrIIAn thets how concluned Old Pants as he walked to the front door and looked down Ginseng Hollow at tho thickening mist that shut out a view of Eagle Knob nothsiderstCommishnerstCout an make a big fight for the wooden bridge thot now spans Painters crick built thar in 55 S100 Reward 1100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that thero is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure known to tho medical cond stitutional disease requires a con stitutional treatment Halls Ca tarrh Cure taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mu con surfaces of the system there by estroying the foundation of the disease and giving tho patient stre gth by building up the con stit tion and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curativo powers that they offer 100 for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Address P J CHENEY Co- Toledo 0 Sold by druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best Arrested for Horse Stealiig Earl Washburn was arrested at Mayfield Wednesday charged with horse stealing by Parkersburg Ind authorities Washburn de clams his innocence and will re I tarn withouta requisition RICH MINE Of Tourmaline Was Found by a Kentuckian and His Dog in California Marion Powers who for years a i resident of Kentucky has written to his daughter Mrs Bertha Pow fromII i j called Joe that promises to make him independent after years of un successful wooing of Dame Fortune He says III think I have a rich mine of tourmaline about three miles from Dehesa Tourmalino is a crystal used in tho manufacture of jew olry It is raro and valuable Thero is but one other mine I be lievo in California and it is the property of a Now York million aire Ho has 50 men working it His mine has created considerable excitement liTho crystals are found in a green stone which in my claim is about three feet thick Thoy aro of all colors puro white like dia monds opaque and marked like mOS3 agate and transparent with lino hairliko needles of black and other colors running through them They are very pretty I showedsome of them to an impor ter and manufacturer of jewelry in San Diego Hopronouced them genuine and wants to handle them Ho showed me some cut gems of tho same about onefourth of an inch in diameter whichcost him from 4 to 6 The cutting costs about 150 This gives me an idea of the value of my best crystals found one on thesurfaceabout an inch in diameter and 40 or 50 from onefourth to onehalf inch in diameter I have been informed that crystals worth 100 have beon found in tho other mine I refer to CourierJournal Health and Beauty A poor complexion is usually tho result of a torpid liver or irregular action of the bowels Unless na tures refuse is carried oil it will surely cause impure blood pim ples boils and other eruptions fol low This is natures method of throwing off the poisons which tho bowels failed to remove DoWitts Little Earl Risers are world fa mous for remedying this condi tion They stimulate the liver and promote regular and healthy ac tion of the bowels but never cause griping cramps or distress Safe pills H F PIERATT After 104 Days Mrs W T Caskoy attended the CecilEvans wedding on Thursday last which was tho first time she had been out since she was kicked by her buggy horse and she was heard to say that it had been just 104 days a long siege to remain in the house but she expressed her self as being very thankful that it was no worse Indeed at time of accident and several times since it was thought she would bo perma nently crippled as the kneecap was fractured She can walknow with the assistance of a crutch but is only able to bear her weight on the limb involved Her friends aro glad sho is able to again be about and hopo sho will entirely recoter the use of her limb Of Benefit to You D S Mitchell Fulford Md During a long illness I was trou bled with bedsores was advised to try DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve and did so with wonderful results I was perfectly cured It is the best salve on the market Sure cure for piles sores burns Beware of counterfoils II F PlEBATT At His Post Again Grant Lacy who has been down sick at his fathers since tho 12th of September on Friday resumed his place as clerk in W T Cas keys store and as deputy postmas iter and will bo glad to see all his friends Typhoid fever was the trouble with which ho had to tus alo and he was confined to his bed during that time for seven weeks He had an exceedingly close call and is very proud to be himself again and his friends rejoice with him I Coughed U I had a most stubborn cough for many years It deprived me or sleep and I grew very thin I then tried Ayers Cherry Pectoral and was quickly cured R N Mann Fall Mills Tenn Sixty years of cures and such testimony as the above have taught us what Ayers Cherry Pectoral will do We know its the great est cough remedy ever made And you will say so too after you try it Theres cure in every drop Tim sites 25c SOc SI All drerrUU Consult JOur doctor If he are take It then do as he says If he tells you not to take It then dont take It Ile knows Leave It with him We are wtlllnt J Co AVER CO Lowell situ From Poverty to Opulence One minute a poor man out of employment and the next moment heir to an estate worth at least 100000 in brief is tho story of Martin Vcneman of Muncie Ind At noontime he wont hume after a futile effort to obtain work and told his wife that ho could find nothing to do A moment later the postman handed him a letter that brought him tho news of good fortune According to the letter Voneinan has been willed tho vast estate of his grandfather tho lato Edward Veneman in virtue of a decision ofa Pittsburg Penii court Tho estii u comprises 000 acres of Pittshu g suburban prop ertySeveral 1 years ego Martin Vene man laid claim to the estate hut it came into litigation and after spoiulingwhat little motley ho had the grandson who is tho only heir gave up tho effort and moved west The decision of the court holds that the Muncie man is tho right ful owner and Yonommi has gone to the smoky city to tako charge Saved His Life I wish to say that I feel I owe my life to Kodol Dyspepsia CuroI writes H C Chrestonson of hayfield linn For three years I was troubled with dyspepsia so that I could hold nothing on my stomach Many times I would be 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 thought it fit my case and com menced its use I began to improve from the first bottle Now I am cured and recommend it to all Digests your feed Cures allstom ach troubles H F PIEKATT Frank Brooks for tho murder of Jeff Butler both colored was given 10 years in the penitentiary by the Bourbon circuit court Saw Death Near It often made my heart ache writes 14C Overstreet of Elgin Tennlto hear my wife cough un til it seemed her weak and sore lungs would collapse Good doctors said she was so far gono with consumption that no medicine or earthly help could save her but al friend recommended Dr Kings New Discovery and persistent use of this excellent medicine saved her life Its absolutely guaranteed for coughscolds bronchitis asthma and all throat and lung diseases 50 cents and 100at J Taylor Day Hazel Green anti S S Combs Sons Campion drugstores Trial bottles free President Ko volts message is the longest on n ord 1IXrHPII1S To cure SICK HEADACHE HABITUAL CONSTIPATION In1digestionblood and males youroomplexlon I as FAIR AS A LILY They arel gelatln coated PRICE 25 coos I Sold by JME06C Hazel Green Ky f f r SUBSCRIPTION RATES n- One 0 year in adonceIoo v Six lUontllSII 55 t Three months 30iSinglel copy + you date are after paid your to name You 10 days before time is J IItime when give changed teretl renewing postoffice letter should or or be bank to count made shouldIIf I COUNTY + DIRECTORY + COURTI Fourth j Monday in April and Third Monday in i September JudgeAFIlvlur Y J F VAXSAXT Master JotnmisiMoner j C C HANKS Trustee Jury Fund 0COUNTY COURT First Monday in each month JudgeWA T COM iis Sheriff AttorneyIstACl IKO W SALLEY Assessor SurveyorFLANE 0MAGISTRATES COURTS TIME OK HOIDINO AND OFriCiAIsrFIRST DisTincT EUAS SHOCKEY iholdingiCourt ROSEIstable Court days First Thursday in February say August and November Magistrate FebruaryMayFOURTH DISTRICT It R Lroo Magistrate AVsi SPEXCKK Constable Court days First Friday in March June September and December FIFTH A SIXTUJ N CHAMIIFUB Magistrate in both districts DAVID HANKS Constable Court days Third Friday in February say August and November SEVENTH DISTRICT B F BOIIX Magistrate Puimur CLARK Constable t Court days First Saturday in March June September and December EKiiiTH DISTRICT GIXMUJE OLIVER Magistrate No constable aid no Betii time for holding covet Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in EffectI Oct 20 1901 EAST BOUND No 2 STATIONS Daily Sunday ex oII lM l4TeiAJIMC Lexington fO pr1 7 40 am S 25 no piL S 37 am 1Stanton1 NatIridge 4 20 0 54 amrir IIll Torrent 4 31 piu10 08 nmIBeattyve Jc 4 5ti pm10 29 am I Jackson C 00 pmll 30 am I WEST BOUND Nol No3 STATIONS HtilytXSulltlny =pmBeatlyveI pusTorrent pmStantonpmClay ImrpnuLexington UltDagerCIlASSCOTT T It MOUGAN S P A LOUISVILLE TIN AND STOVE COMPANY 1 4 Jobbers and Dealers i- nSTOVES i J Japaned and Tinwarelc LQUXSVILLE s KYII DILLER + BENNETT WHOLESALE HIINITUKE The Largest Exclusive 527 W Mala St i Wholesale Furniture Dealer in the South LOIUSVllle K yIJJJSwiGworlBlioLI l Manufacturers nail Jobbers of MENS 1 WYCLOTHINCjISc CHI I 007 W MAI J STREET a BYYLOUISVILLE h REH 3EVER30N 5 CO W110LII SA E w 1Ss 508M2 W M 1IN STREET x 1 LOUISVILLE K- Yauto5OOUIeii TO BUS 1ffP21S S F KZ2 TTr- BQU s BJUJBR HAZEL Giia K xl W1fRE I SPENCER COOPER HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY December 12 sI THE HOOKMAX a high magazine of New York by Dr Harry Tlmrston and devoted to the lrit of all in literature that r to its notice in a recent I contained the following The Henry Altemus t t Philadelphia send us a verse clipped from a y per published in Hazel t Ky The Henry say t DEAR SIR Kindly note the Should it not have a wider tthan the columns of the HAZEL HEEALU are likely to allord it Not at all Xow in behalf of Mr son we desire to say far as concerns hint he not care a baubce What Bookman thinks nor d THE HERALD for that But it is due our readers of whom may perchance copy of The Bookman that Mr Wilson writes sentiment stanzas that the heart not society The milk of human flows thickly in his veins n he is on the side of 1 1 the timethis time for ii- k as well because like all honest Americans he Admiral Schley was rageously treated He stop to question I poetical effort would approbation of so high II- mighty a tribunal as I Bookman but put in 1totest against the injustice done a fellow human t it in poetry because it b s Yr gift of God and language of his heart it is an uncultivated ed gift but those who efforts week after week 1 x ize that with him it is l from on high We f in the career of The I I ithas ever published with the pathos of Mr sons pieces tween the lines one that The Bookman trolled in ignoring Mr sons effort because it is with those periodicals have hounded the hero tiago ever since the 1 tried to give the honor who is not entitled to of it It was perhaps dized in Sampsons maybe through the old fossil who be the tagend of an racy which The glad to call its own In it was prejudiced real hero and helping a 1I upon our flag Dr idea of poetry is for aristocratic Wilsons soulstirring healing The stuffhe f K does not appeal to the t as does the poetry of though with a class f it meets greater favor one has saidtt Let me i2 fI1r the songs 6f the people rp n ir care not who makes t f laws and Mr Wilson f t that type Had The v manl1een honest in the query iit could have f a little lessconic but M as lucid b saYinbg U j crices to a muchmaligned yea as ia poetical o 1 Ifj tr j fb4 f r Hwe g inform The Bookman that HERALD has among its contributors writers verse that would be an or even to its exclusive1 A vide T ha n k sgiv by Mack Frye in our of NOV 28 a copy of i has been mailed to Dr eek for his erudite eye And have yet others worth hisJ CECILEVANS and Kentucky United forr a Life Partnership The marriage of Miss Lillian an9 I I of this place and Wm PI of Cedar Bluff Va was i j It on Thursday Dec 5thff the residence of the brides paji nts Mr and Mrs John II Evans Win II Cord oIHciatiiiR andrJ t have we listened to a more t marriage service I m mediately after the service e ofliciating minister led the wayI the dining room followed by bride and groom and several couples where they regaled s with a right royal din r And such a dinner 1 The was laden with everything was good and the culinary had boon practiced to perfec Ono imagined while indnlg that n French chef had been for the occasion and uld hardly believe that the sal tic were compounded by the and her friends And this of the occasion was re for several times the tablli11 persons at to say nothing of the imI ediate family helpers etc Bu enough and to ro inTileguests of whom there were to GO all seemed happy Alto it was the handsomest afIair of the kind that wo have ever in Hazel Green and the ride and groom wero equally con upon their good forI uno in having chosen each other or helpmates through life Many the guests remarked that it was om indeed that n couple were well mated to bring each other The bride is too well known to an introduction at our hands that she is one of Hazel reens fairest daughters and the universal favorite that ever lived here while the groom is a prominent and prosperous merch of Cedar UluiT Va The happy couple visited friends relatives hero until Monday morning when they loft for the- homo of the groom where they will immediately go to house keeping and live in future Everybody was in good humor and all vied with each other to make the event one of the hap piest occuronces in Hazel Greet even to the waiters all of whom were voluntees from the guests save Noah Taylor who lent seta- to the occasion by his ebony hUt and becoming white apron in con trast Sale of Real Estate 11 AiTED1rustworthy men an women to travel and advertise for old established house ofsolid finan cial standing Salary 780 a year and expenses all payable in cos No canvassing required Give refer sates and enclose selfaddressed stamped envelope Address Mana ger 355 Caxton Bldg Chicago A Remarkable Record Harrison Swango the venerable proprietor ofSwaugoSpriugswh ho votedat the recent electi made the remark this makes 00 times that I have voted at this o Uof precinct Ho is now 87 years age and this shows that he hi voted at every election and alt ways voted tho democratic tick He has never taken a dose of meatm icine and never lost a day fro sickness Only the other day Ihe was seen feeding his cattle and on most any day ho may bo seen going to or from Hazel Green on horseback Indeed he is as active in mounting and dismounting as many men not half his age Electric Belt on Trial agentSIthoI proves beneficial and the balance f2 dy4obe paid in sixty days if the Belt effects n cure These Belts a positive cure for Rheuma Neuralgia Kidnoy trouble and Liver trouble Asth etc Address at once I GERMAN ELECTRIC AGENCY I PQBox1874NewYorkJN Y Shooting at Jacksoi The news comes from Jackson that about 4 oclock Friday afternoon alight took place in the wholesale whisky house of John Bailey in which James HOIIBOU shot Robert Sully in the leg and also accidentally shot J A Bailey in tits hand Sally and Tom Barnett wore jokingly pranking with each other and Sally had n knife in his hand Henson was drinking thinking Sully intended to stab Barnett he shot Sally Sally and Barnett are the best of friends When you have head ache or neuralgia try Triphone Sold by SS Combs tC Sons Campton nod II F Pierntt Hazel Green tf Inadvertently we last week failed to thank Miss Mary Ellen Trimble for n pound of nice sweet butter a measure of onions and a glass of apple jolly but she is now assured that both the editor and his better seven oighths appreciate the gift very highly and regret our negligence Miss Mary never for gets us when casting about for friends among whom to dispense her gifts And by the way little Charley Whaley has our thanks for tho nice delivery of this donation TO TilE DEAF A sick lady cured of her deafness and noies 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 ices Address No 4486 The Nicholson Institute 780 Eighth Avenue New York 4lT Dont fail to read the new ad vertisement of the Hagan Distil youaneed pure liquor for tho Christ ordertSinco this firm began advertising THE HERALD it is getting orders for liquor for medicinal purposes and for beverage and their cus tomers are all well pleased If you have never tried this pure liquor send an order no- wTHEIIEtuuandMonthly World one dollar a year in advance WOMANS RELIEF A realk healthy woman liar little pain or discomfort at the menstrual period No woman needs to have any Wine of Cardui will quickly relieve those smarting menstrual pains and the dragging head back and side aches caused by falling of the womb and irregular men- sesWINECARDUI his brought permanent relief to 1000000 women who suffered overt month It makes the men thylprovision by ture to give women relief from tho terrible aches and pains which blight so many homes 1900Ihave timeImydI tried a bottle of1Wino of CarduL Be odImtdcuay you a MBBMAYOCHT 31d33fm9ilXedldDeeo anoopTcIm flourI flour onflour iSJLTJJLUJILT ROBERT Pa RASH The originator of LOW PRICES is wholesale dealer in FLOUR SALT and solicits the patronage of thE merchants of the mountains M Will meet any legitimate competitionCall buyingMcCausey Ky Situations Securedferg- rduateortubkerefunded Write- t once far catalogue and specutTer Moccav Business IflClSSJ Colleges LeaISIIIlr Montgomery Ala HcEstoN Tex CoombtitGa fkhmondYL BIrmingham All jarksorlle FI GET YOUR JfOTEIlBADSEanloeaLettor iJopealBale lefW Aaprlafotll se j rJ 1 t CASTORIA1I For Infanta and Children I 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otTers its customers every facility sac the most liberal terms within the limits O legitimatei banking octlSl SO EARSII k EXPERIENCE rTRADE MARKS DESICNS Ac Anyone sending a sketch and description mat i qulckljr ascertain frets whether an Invention UI I probably patentable Cowmullltlolls trtcUy confidential Oldest agency for MCuno f patents In America We have a vruhlmiton office veIPSCIENTIFIC AMERICAN beautifully Illuitrated lareeat circulation fit aeleutncJurna4weeklr tennf3UJ lear ucoBooK t MUNN a CO i 381 Broadway New York t DR I J M WALDECK I Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY Solicits the patronage of the people 0jj Hazel Green and vicinity and will answer professional calls day or itignt Obstetricks a specialty 1Jf t D ALMAf4j AND ENCYCLOPEDIA I A STATISTICALI I Over 10000 r Facts and Figures Containing Onr 600 Pages S eclat Features Jr Partir I ffCB Ctf Labor Unions The Trusts United States Census New Ccuscu- olEuropeanCountriu i The Nicaragua Canal and the HayPaunc tote Treaties With Great Britain The Re faunas of Cuba With the United States The Conference of American Republics at the City of Mexico The Anarchist Statistics of This Country and Europe Progress of p Aerial Navigation In fOOl The New York Municipal Election of 1901 Agriculture Manufactures nottality- FACTSABOUT POLITICS I THE BOOK THAT BELONGS ANDe Ii IN EVERY HOME OF u EVERY AMERICAN 25 COPYRICHTS I AMERICAN STANDARD ANNUAL AT ALL NEWSDEALERS i THE WORLD IIWeII p8CGI World for alimited number of the 1902 World Almanac and will sond The Herald one year and the Almanac on receipt of One Dollar The regular price is 125 UOTEv This price is for the World Almanac at oar oQicp When book is to be mailed 10 cents additioaal unit be seat to pay postage A Farm tor Sale I willsell my faun of 159 ACRESConsisting of about SOacnsof cleared more than half of which is in graaand the rest in good oak timber with one Good Frame Dwelling House of four rooms ant n good drilledwt1 IItf never failing water and outhlluMO cribs and stable also two tenant houses There is a Fine Vein of the BEST COAL tram which several thousand bushels are sold each year The farm is 0110 and one guoelhargainson cr writing to NMi II lUIIJ Hazel Green Ivy Silvar Wganffotta Egos I have 11yaudottcEggs Those Are Thoroughbred nay a setting raise some THOROlGII miED CHICKENS and you will be no longer satisfied with the COMMON STOCK First call first served 4 KOBRKT I CORD 33 Hazel Greet Ky OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOg 8 TITER PANTS 8- O Made i g gJtI 0 8STAGSKSRTS 8 Are litter hands lliltor Matte and Q O Hater Style Than Any Otliir Q Dayo g g- OOOOOCOOCCOCOOOCCOOOCOOOOO ROSEEaWHEELERPRACTICAL RLAGKSMiTH8 AND WACONMAKERS HAZEL GREEN KY JFInvite the tUiitiuii of th inriiiiTriof this vii I unity to their im proved facilitits or bacl mill ii anil wagonmalcing well as repair work of all kinds A full force of first clot mechanic insures iriiiiiptne s in the execution of all work entrusted to them 11111l satisfaction is guaranteed in ail cases Buggy building and wagon making are our specialties Your patronuce iis re spectfully elicited and will be duly sip jircciatfd Uei ectfullv c ROSE WHKELEU CAVEATS TRADE MARC Send COPYRIGHTS your business direct AND to SIIS eaves time costs less better Uy ante de to U B ratet Offer SELL ii anyashramsnudeeared Atty 0e sot ACTUAL WiILNCg flock Nowtodtabhteat eh seal ba Pahahpranr 1 ttroa9 L O Bluer each apeeli notice Scf et rg b the ACEUutnCelof C A Snow Co E G SIGcrRSLlto F ST N W HIf TON D C Are iNrr It 851Watchl ItimepieceI I lib This sire ISk Gold Ring flat or oval style good heavyweight S800 RingsInoval also Set Rings We have entities in Opals Emerald Ku byes and Diamonds for young la babyPricos FRED JJI HEINTZ Manufacturing Jeweler East Main Ht near Postoffice LEXINGTON KYiii I01001 010101 OOIIOUOOOOOO rOIOlI EEVY H KASHi I + fUorneycxtLaw + t HAZEL CREEN KY adloinlagcounties j DOLLSTOYSi CECIL J BROHave just received and opened a complete Iline of the handsomest DOLLSand Animal and Mechanical Toys ever seen in Hazel Green which are to please the children and their stock of gILIDAY GOODStwill please everybody that sees it as prices are very low Pretty Bat KillsPainThis t but hubby just told her that if she would quit crying shett might go to MRS F N DAYS yhiltsnow shes telling him that he is just the sweetest old man that ever lived If your wife or daughter is given to mel ancholly see how nuictlv she waysim IIreal or fancied pain Call at Day Millinery and see styles l ll 1 t I iiiiIli Your Bones I i r- rh MAKES YOU FEEl LIKE GIVING SOME PRETTY GIRL A HANDSOME PRESENT DURING THE HOLIDAYS or tti MAYIJE YOU WANT TO SURPRISE YOUR DAUGHTER 1 S0ti J 1Ww ROSEttjIS 1 i EVERYi 1 till DEMAND DO NOT FAIL TO EXAMINE THIS EXQUIS UPtls YOU ANY GOODSil BZEL iGREEJROflDEJIIYi 00 NORMAL AND PREPARATORY SCHOOL 00 HFTha present term began September 3 with the oftheThe Second Session begins JANUARY 11I 1902 7rrA andwomenStudy under AcademicComaitreial Normal Departmenta GRADUATE Tuition Slfloo for 38 WeeksHoard 8SOO per WeekFor writeW Principal rB444AQuality of Ooods Canaid H F PIERATTDEALER IN s hi i1 M1t1t iiiiiiia Live Stock Country Produce STABLEHorsesc at all tunes and charges reasonable LU1VIBER GroovedAll tyetTA ESAll outstanding taxes must be settled nowor levy will 1 made as I have only untilJanuary l 1902 to Dont1clayyouYourH R PIERATT HOLIDAY GOODS I SANTA CLAUS need alargeshowhis r thenailselectedJ T Hewillie e most wonderfullot of toys and OyerseenFancy Candies Toys DOllS1d s will befound there in profusion andprettyU1 SIGHT IS GOOD and 7oatP thatee pbody may e yolL t e ti et ScrofulatFew are entirely free from It It fcuvy develop so slowly us to canso llttte U any disturbance during the whole period bt childhood i theiI catarrhIbefore manifesting Itself In much cutaneous t eruption or glandular swelling quitetreetion you can rely on Hoods Sarsaparilla The best of all medicines for all humors THE HERALD PileinsCures Piles I None refunded if itever failsII Willie Swango is buying another car load of hogs for the CincinII nati market and shipped thom Wednesday People who want money orders must call between 8a m and 4 l p m W T CASKEY P M a Blank School Reports for use of teachers of public schools for sale Y at this office 100 50 cents 200 j 75f0100Murrel has the thanks of the editor and his better seven eighths for a nice mess of moun tain oysters which were enjoyed by all of THE HERALD household taughttithe Big Branch school closedout on Friday without any entertain ment further than that the trustees attended the examination and were well pleased with the progress the pupils had made r THE BEST should be your Dim buying medicine Get thebestThe Flat Rock school taught by Miss Etta Swango closedout Friday with an examination but no entertainment A large crowd including the trustees was pres ent and all seemed highly pleased with the evident progress of the 5pupilsOn Sunday morning the topic for sermon at the Christian churchk t will be Christ in Prophecy His Nativity at 6 80 p m C W B M hour topic for sermon Help t These Women Every member of the church is especially urged to attend both services Sam Wilson returned to town Thursday from Flat where he had been for several1 days painting the saysrhe is quite a horseman he rode part of the way back the horse f stumbledand Sam says let me off and Ill walk He walked Miss Emma Troy of Jackson is visiting her father Thos Troy with J T Days store as book keeper and the young people of our town should vie with each other in making her visit as pleas ant as possible She left Monday for Frozen where she is teaching Cruelty to CWlirei Mothers Worm Syrup never fails to destroy and remove worms in children It is cruel not to ad minister to them whenever there is need W P Cecil and bride accom panied by a sister of the groom Mrs DB May and Cecil x left on Monday via Torrent for z their home at Cedar Bluff where Mrs May will visit her parents and other relatives and friends for some time Jeff Stamper the venerable father of Mrs W T Caskey has been quisick for two or three weeks past and owing to his ad vanced aged 84 years and his fail ing eyesight Mr Stamper needs very constant attention which his daughter is dutifully giving him xy FOR SALEA scholarship in the Commercial College of Kentucky y University By early application at this office some young man can save several dollars tf L k G Straus had sent in copy for a change of ad but it bad been x printed on outside beforp it ar thatVthey have a very fine line of Christmas clothing such as dress ing gowns smoking jackets bath robes overcoats and ulsters silk umbrellas neck ties and socks 4c specially adapted for Christ- masl presents You wan some thing nice and there is the place to get itIly I d lID lID HOME KILLED Aii Die tai Youiei ii Sudsy Shooting 01 Stillwater During a difficulty at Bad D Roses grocery on Stillwater Sun day evening Leonard Tutt grab bed an ax and attempted to hit Willie goesbypulled his pistol and said to Tutt Dont you hit Will Stamper or Illshoot you Willie Tutt a consin of the other then grabbed Roses pistol and shot Rose the ball penetrating the bowels Boone Henry came up just then and Willie Tutt turned and fired at him Henry jumped behind Roses horse hitched to a sled and the horse was killed In the meantime Leonard Tutt had hit Stamper over the head with the poll of the ax and Willie Tutt ran away Another account is that after thisI all happened and when Will Tutt started to run Boone Henry grab bed a shot gun and fired twice at him that an examination showed Willie Tutt to be woundedslight ly with birdshot On the other hand it is learned that Will Tutt has not been seen since the shooting Rose died of his wound on Monday about 8 oclockand a warrant was issued for Will Tutt but he had not been apprehended Tuesday morning Willie Tutt surrendered and the examining trial will be held tomorrow Friday If For the Sake of Fun Mischief Is Done A vast amountof mischief is done too because people neglect to keep their blood pure This mischief fortunately may be undone by the faithful use of Hoods Sarsaparilla Hoods Pills cure liver ills Nonirritating Died on Monday the 9th inst at the residence of her son Sebron Nickell Aunt Kitty Nickell agedabout 68 years She was the consort of the late Squire James Nickell and the mother of eight children six of whom survive her Dr Andy Nickell and Roe Nickell of our town W C Nickell and Mrs Elizabeth Castle of Index J E Nickell of Daysboro and Grant Nickell of Grassy Her remains were laid to rest beside thoso of her husband at the home graveyard on Grassy on Tuesday The mail between this point and Jackson by way of Gillmore and Frozen creek has been discontin ued owing to the prevalence of smallpox at Jackson This how ever does not interfere with the daily mail via Torrent It is a temporary inconvenience to the people at the postoffices named above but it is hoped that it will not be long continued C W B M Sermon On Sunday night Wm H Cord will preach a sermon in behalfof the C W B M Every woman in the town and community will be cordially welcomed at that service All persons are invited to attend lOCI A DM Kick adog and he bites you He bites you and you kick him The more you kick the mor he bites and the more he bites the more you kick Each makes the other worse A thin body makes thin blood Thin blood makes a thin body Each makes the other worse If there is going to be a change the help must come from outside Scotts Emulsion is the right help It breaks up such a combination First it sets the stomach right Then it en riches the blood That strengthens the body and iit begins to grow new flesh A strong body makes rich bloodand rich blood makes a strong body Each makes the other better This is the waY Scotts Emulsion puts the thin body on its feet Now it can get along by itself No need of medicine This picture fepwm the Trade Mark of Scott s Exalaoa and is oa the wrapper of era bottle SMS brine Maple SCOTT Er BOWNE 409 Bead St New York joe tad ft ml dmgpttt t 4 a- S i fD1I BY SAM WLSOX glanceBackAnd bring sweet recollections Of hours ofjoy and praise I see again the crystal lakes And blooming lillies fair daysMyAgain I grasp my mothers hand And feel her fond caress And hear her speak such music sweet Of love and tenderness I love to linger inthe realms Ofjoys so grandand sweet Andcloser cling them to my heart While years upon me creep InspireAndA fount of ever radiant joys That only possessors know That good lady Mrs Wm HICord has the thanks of the editor and his better seveneighths for a gallon of new milk and a quart of nice rich cream Having all our milk to buy and that quantity limited to just enough for coffee this present was very highly ap preciated indeed and it makes us feel good to know that we live among neighbors so kind and so considerate of others wants Such people are deserving of all that is good and beautiful and we hope the donor in this instance may live long to enjoy them Do you want a business education Ifso write Prof B B Jones Lexington or come to this scholarshipVe COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0IIBTo insure insertion ALL corres byMondaythat nearby on Monday morning Our correspondents are derelict in duty and we want to say that henceforth they will not receive papers except for the week they have news letters We are dependent upon them for the news and when they fail to send in their favors they put us to great inconvenience CAMPTON BRIEFS Mrs D B Redwine of Jackson Ky is visiting her parents of this placeR J McLin passed through town en route to Hazel Green this weekJohn T Graham of Lee City was in town this week on busi ness Hon A H Stamper loft Sun day to attend tho Beattyville courtWill Cecil and wifo passed thro here en route to Cedar Bluff Va their future home Ruse Catron and wife of Pome royton Meuefee county are visiting C C Hanks and family of this placeDr H H Stamper was sum moued Sunday night to see B D Rose jr who was shot Sunday by Willie Tutt He died Tuesday morning between 8 and 9 oclock Ye scribe attended the closing exercises of D W Taylors school and had an enjoyable time The fromeall appearances their teacher has been a faithful worker C B Hanks of this place left Monday for Lako City Florida where he will spend a few months and probably make his future home We regret very much to give him up as he is a model young man and we have known him from our earliest childhood May prosperity and happiness fol low him as he is a deserving boy Dec 9 POT HOOKS SWANGO SPRINGS SAYINGS Granville Taulbee of Lacy creek was over in our midst last week Hog killing is the work of the day and farmers have plenty to oat now Mrs Nannie May left Monday for a protracted visit with her parents at Cedar Bluff Va Henry Pieratt of Hazel Green bought a fat hog of John Ander son Friday Price paid not known Ernest and Perry Swango made a trip to Helewah last week and enjoyed seeing the iron horse pass through daughts tster of Consolation were the guests of H H Swango and family Sun day Come again Miss Ada that visit was too short W P Cecil of Cedar Bluff Va visited his sister Mrs D B Maji theput e v Jo people at the Springs a five minutes call Dec 9 UNO SUNNY SIDE Miss Maude Taulbee spent Tues day night with ye scribe Mrs Ida Long of Grassy wont to Hazel Green Monday J E Brooks and wife spent Saturday and Sunday on Grassy John Cisco of White Oak passed through here Friday en route to Hazel Green Uncle Willie Mize the tooth doctor is getting some practice It pays to advertise Mrs F N Day and Miss Clark Long of Hazel Green spent Sun day with Mrs E B Onoy Whilo in town Saturday wo met with two of our old schoolmates P H Nickell and Osa Byrdof Salem Misses Mary Brenneman Etta Skidmoro and Mary Kilgoro of Hazel Green wore out this way SaturdayJ Taulbee and daughter Miss Loula who have been teach ing in Breathitt county closed their school last Friday James Rose one of the pupils of the Hazel Green academy passed through hero Friday en route to his home near Leo City Wo are preparing for the exami nations before tho holidays Pro fossor promised our class 100 ifi we did not miss anything We find it a hard matter to study when our minds are on Santa Claus Lanford Craft of Pinhook pass ed through hero last week en route to Hazel Green with a view of locating there for the purpose of at tending school Tho old pupils will come back oven after they are marriedMrs Alex Nickell of Grassy passed by here Saturday on her way to Hazel Green and was join ed by her mother Mrs Jordon Wills and sister Mrs Sebron Trimble of Lacy creekut til home of Mrs F No Day H K Ouey received a letter from Rev C E Onoy presiding elder stating that he had secured Rev J B Cayton to take the place of Bro Greening That he and family will bo here by the third Sunday of December Ho is said to be a good preacher Dec 9 SUSIE SUNBEAM LANE LILIES Miss Zerilda Sewell was a vis itor in Campton last week John L Sewell nado a buisues- trip to Jackson last Friday Pearl the little daughter of Gardiner Vancleavo is very ill with flux- Hauibal Hurst of Campton was seen in our neighborhood last Wednesday evening William Blankenship Grassy visited his son James at this place from Saturday to Sunday Rev Mr Redinger of Campton preached at tho Elkins chapel Sunday last to a very attentive audience Misses Zerilda and MarthaSewell1 called on Mrs Ida Hurst last Thursday evening and report a nice time Dr Whitt of Salt Lick Bath county has located on Holly His e young and handsome and willI got all the practice ho wants Mrs Sam Pence and her sister Mrs Geo Terrill have been visiting relatives in Breathitt for the week Dec 9 MIKE MORCAN COUNTY MAYTOWN MISSIVES Married Sunday December 1 1901 at the residence of the brides parents Mr and Mrs A P Dye of Maytown Miss Maud BlackwellI to GC Mann Rev Parson offi tinting The groom is a worthy young gentleman a student of Hazel Green academy and best of all a farmer when all else fails shell have corn bread pumpkin pies and bacon The bride is one of the charming belles of our town and is known throughout the community as a most beautiful andI refined young lady The happy young couple departed 200 p m for Dan in which place they will1 make their future home accompanied by Misses Lizzie Pieratt Frona Neff Jennie Jones and Arta Dye Es ill Clark Curtis and Columbus ieratt and Henry More fieldtpee 9 ZXY C Y B M Auxiliary The regular monthly meeting of the Hazel Green Auxiliary to the C W B M will be held Saturday afternoon Every woman who iis a member of the Auxiliary is urged to be present mid also any others who may wish to become members aro asked to como The meeting will be at tho Christian church at 3 oclock DrFennefsGOLDEN RELIEF reti ruw Lunn umu cuts ur ay Tars raetrse to ui vo INFLAMMATION I = lr Teol- naIerndnnteCuldgrrrn1Ioncttctca d iColds Formlnir Fevers GRIP I CUBES ANY PAIH INSIDE OR OUT nluunB B Sold by H F Pieratt Hazel Green Ky KadolDyspepsial Digests what you eat This preparation contains all of tho digestauls and digests all kinds of food It gives instant relief and never fails to cure It allows you to oat all the food you want The 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 O DrWiTTCa ChicncoI Thatl buttIbiwntr s K tlracstbcSOe sliu H F PlEHATT DAY HOUSEit HAEL GREEN KY N B GRAHAM PnonuETOK This house has recently been refurnished and renovated und under the present man agement will continue to maintain the high reputation heretofore accorded it for home like comforts and its culinary department The table abounds with the best the country affords und the patronage of the public if respectfully solicited I Sample rooms for touristsSLiverystable where horses and vehicles will have the best attention hue GrassNurseries FALL 1901 Fruit und Ornamental Trees Grape Vines Small Fruits Asparagus and everything for directel at right prices to the planter and have no agents General Catalogue on application to both telephonesII I HILLKNMKYKK rnoxi 919 Lexington Ky U G ROBINSON BEA7lYVILLE KY General Salesman for R M HUGHES CO LOUISVILLE KY Manufacturers of HighGrade Vin glt Vide theSmountains and guarantees wail order will receive prompt attention A now firstclass cafo for ladies and gentlemen has been opened in tho Phoenix Hotel Annex OppOSe ite tho C 0 depot where all the delicacies of the season are served in first blase style Ladies especially aro invited ATTENTION LOTOWNERS Sidewalks Must Now Be Bunt 1There are a number of sidewalks in the town only partly built or badly built which must be completed according to specifications on file in the Secretarys book Time matter of building walks pavements has been kept quiet pending the decision in the McNabb case in the Court of Appeals 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 be put in firstclass condition at once There will be no dillydallying any more Pro who have been ordered to build sidewalks may call upon the clerk C B Hose for specifications WM II Corn ChrBTTofHG A Bad Breath A bad breath means a bad stomach a bad digestion a bad liver Ayers Pills are liver pills They cure con stipation biliousness dyspepsia sick headache 23c AU dru1t1t11tt Want Jonr moultache or beard a lxauwfal brown or rich bUckT Then ule I 1 BUCKINGHAMS DYE1Nhlakera 1 a0 CT1OI9Nygn O0 P NIL A to NINW NN MENDELWEINSTOCK 5 CO H4TS627629 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY 1KE HARTFIELD I Headquarters Mt Sterling Sy REFBE8K- XTBGUGGENHEIMER Co LYNCHBURG VA Importers and Jobbers of Dry Goods No lions and Fancy Goods We manufacture the wen known II BEATS ALL Pantswd Ohveraua Hold your orders until 10a1u BUY SOlVIE GOOD UQUOR+ F J- C r r h ri iKRI i ij ij1STNrfcSJ t When buying a good thing get the best When buying whiskey always get Haffans B llrlJOll and you will have the t besta pure and straight whiskey direct from the f distillery 200 225 X250 AND 300 PER GALLON IN JUGS s 10000PJ J CASEPure California Wines Black berry Catawba Port and Sherry 150 per gallon in Jugs = Kelly Island Wines Blackberry Catawba Port and Sherry at 100 per gallon Send Money order to + HAGAN DISTILLING CO ilfc LSXaraCTQEI KYm ruF ww= OrJ ilJ i claim lo be the Lowest Priced Whiskey House We wlliokeyJ1Jwhi key as low as ti 110 per gallon and mind you distilled or ItIJi jj It Mj l j ally produced by t old time baud process iKvery drop is boiled over open furnace wood fires IM1I riJ in old style copperl l stills in exactly the same way as distilled by our grand Ml fathers a ago First rate whiskey iis sold at b and SO per gallon but X not better than Mountain lIcwo It is the best in the world and must J I JJis any every customer or we will buy it back for Gold and time leollesIIII t lM t111 liank of Winston X C will tell you our guarantee is good To i more fully introduce Mountain hew we offer either three or the gallons V tl fin plain scaled boxy at the special price of195er gallon cash with order jl- 1ositivelv r 1JJ no larger amount Miippcd Oa future shipments we will require H ft the usual price yin 85 per gal Express prepain to all regular customers r i We have branch warehouses in Denver St Louis and Cincinnati but all Iftl Iorden and remittances in stamps cash or by chock etc as well as requests THjI for confidential price list must be addressed as follows A 3131s C CASPER CO WinstonSalem N C U S A l 1 i y Main Oliices Warehouses Nos 104546 Liberty I 3 4 5 Maple St e iI1 Fdrll t = = = 4 i iJOBi1J q t 1 i ENVELOPES t N TEUEADtt BILLR- U EADrLETTERHEADS SALEBILLSl PROGRAMS CIRCULARS CATALOGS MINUTES f JM1 We have Three Fast c ciif feQ a Power Paper Cutter and 40 Experience enables us to Court Com tf i parison and Defy Competition Whent you want PRINTINGS come and see 1 us Respectfully c 1 LSPEN ER COOPER A 3 5 x OF IVER DECRIP1tI0N 0 0 TE i f EATLY HEAPLY AD1A PROMPTL EEC UyTEDl THIS OFFICE AIIDjBATISrAGTION i AEA1 OY i l IJ ffheEminent Kidney and Bladder Specialist The Discoverer of swampRO Work 111I I There is a Hit LaboratoryIa country most tive Many it heart disease pneumonia heart failure or apoplexy are often the result of kidneyII disease If kidney trouble is allowed to advance the kidneypoisoned blood will attack the vital organs or the Kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Then the richness of the bloodthe leaks out and the sufferer has albumenII Disease the worst form of kidney Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the new dis covery is the true specific for kidney bladder and urinary troubles It has cured thousands of apparently hopeless cases after all other efforts have failed At druggists in fiftycent and dollar sizes A sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling about Swamp Root and its wonderful cures Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y and mention this paper i FOUR FIFTHS Of Martin County Kyf Population j Are Relatives The second trial of Henry C Cns sad now in progress at Inez Ky is attracting unusual atten tion in virtue of the fact that over 4 fourfifths of the population of the ii county is closely related to the defendantor the man ho is charged with murdering Cassadys alleged victim was Town Marshal Joseph M Kirk who was killed onII October 7 1890 Special Judge Segravos is presiding at the second triuljj The case was first called in the circuit court at the April term I Judge Auxier being related to the defendant refused to sit aud the bar failing to select the governo- appointed r Judge J K Roberts o Frankfort to hoar the testimony Then a jury could not be obtained in Martin county and a special venire of GO men was summoned from Lawrence county from which 12 men wore selected to try the case The jury in the first trial disagreed after a trial of two weeksThe Kirks and Cassadys are alll wealthy and prominent Thej murdered man was a brother of A J Kirk prosecuting attorney for the Twentyfourth district John L Kirk sheriff DLKirkclerkoff the county court and W U Kirk i iextownmarshal and deputy jailor all of Inez and Senator T S Kirkof Paiutsvillo Ky The de fondant is a son of P Cassady ox sheriff and a nephew to Judge A Copley and first cousin to Circuit Clerk J S Cassady and Assessor L B Cassady An Evangelists Story- I suffered for jears with a bronchial or lung trouble and tried various remedies but did not ob tain permanent relief until I commenced using One Minute Cough Cure writes Rev James Kirkman I evangelist cf Belle River 111 have no hesitation in recommending it to all sufferers from mala dies of this kind One Minute Cough Cure affords immediate relief for coughs colds and all of throat and lung troubles For croup it is unequalled Absolutely t safe Very pleasant to take sieve efailsand is really a favorite wit the children They like it H F PIERATT A committee representing th business interests of Louisville Jeffersonville and New Albany ha gone to Washington to urge the citys claim for an army post Food Changed to Poison Putrefying food in the intestine- produces IS effects like those of arse nic but Dr Kings New Life Pills expel the poisons from dogged bowels gently easily but surely + curing constipation billiousnes- suck headache fevers all liver kidney and bowel troubles Only 25 cts at J Taylor Day Hazel Green or S S Combs L SonsI Campton drugstores Dan Cox was shot and fatally wounded by Elmer Murphy hi stepson at Pittsburg Cox and his wife it is said had quarreled I Torturexd I suffered such pains from I could hardly walk writes H Robinson Hillsborough Ill but Bucklens Attica Salvo completely cured them Acts like magic c- tinrn mo VIT I i sealbarns s r of skindlBeases and erfect piles heeler or Gliranteed25c per Lax by T r ze Greenror S S C cob s I w n Will Not Hide My Light Under a light GENTLEMEN under Busheljj the people to know what your I Goochs Mexican Syrup has done for mo For four years I have been afflicted with Asthma and could not get anything to do mo aty good until I got your Goochs Mexican Syrup I took three hot tIes and it cured mo entirely I give you this hoping it may bo the means of saving some one from a horrible and premature death Yours under obligations REV TIIOS 15 WAUWICH Scott Town 0 Consumptives try it It cures a simple cough as if by magic and is tho best remedy for whooping cough 1rico 25 cents IGive Bobby a Trial j seen by reference to the inside pages of this papor our young friend Robert Kash of Mc Causey is prepared to sell salt nnd j Hour in wholesalo lots and can accommodate jI any or all of the inor c tnnII j i is prepared to any competition nnd solicits the pat I ronage Bobby Kash iis deserving 11readsI11 trial order at least With that ex f perience we confidently believe hoI would continue to hold your tradoI iudefinitelyIA Womans Awful Peril Thero is onlyone1 chance to save your life and that is through an operation wore the startling words heard by Mrs 1 15 Hunt of Lime Ridge Vis front her doctor after ho had vainly tried to cure her of a frightful case of stomach trouble and yolloW jaundice Gall stones had formed and she constantly grew worse Then she boII gun to use Electric Bitters which I I wonderf ful Stomach Liver and Kidney remedy Cures Dyspepsia Loss of Appetite Try it Only 50 cts Guaranteed For sale byr T Day Hazel Green orS S Combs it Sons Campton druggists Check Wasnt Large Enough The last act of N 15 Pollard the sheriff of Trigg county before he committed suicide was to send a check to the state auditor for some taxes due the state but the check was for only1 F4000 the auditors books show whileII 1lard owed 5459 This 1459 that will have to bo ac counted for out of Pollards estate or by his bondsmen You cannot buy standard pianos organs buggies sewing machines clocks watches and jewelry as cheap any where else as you can of me Come and see samples and you will be convinced You do not have to risk your money with mail order houses tf J T GEVEDOX Another Oldest Kentuckian Casey county bears the distinc tion of having the oldest living person in the state Mrs Elizabeth- I Bell who lives near Dunnville in that county is halo and hearty at the ripe old age of 105 years WANTEDTrustworthy men and women to travel and advertise for sold established house of solid finan cialstanding Salary 780 a year andexpenses all payable in cash roferh ences and enclose stamped envelope Address Mana ger 855 Caxton Bldg Chicago tf eSamuel Colburn while hunting in Marion county was shot by hiss companion Rolla Breckett eight shot entering his face and head one penetrating the eye It is thought he will recover ISHenry Pieratt bought all the picture frames the agent of the Chicago Portrait Co had left over and is selling them 50 per cent cheaper than the agent sold them youswant oue youd better move in a hurry as they are going like hot cakes 52tf Clarence Little of Camptou last Tuesday received a telegram that his brother Joseph Little leads been waylaid and killed near Daily W Va by a man named Hall For Sales One Fay No8six roll 8 inch lightning floorer with beading at tachment Ono Fay carriage cut ting off saw F BUSH L SON Lexington Ky IThe amphitheater at the Elks fairgrounds near Georgetownlast week was entirely distroyed by fire The loss is nearly covered by insurance i ASTHMA CURE FREE I 4 AstJunnlCBe itxings xni tnnt RclJ eJ iuul PCVltltncnt Ouija in 111 Ctgcsa I SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL WHITE YOtll NAMK AND AUUIIKSS Ir Ii III yo a is like It brings reliefASTJIALENII j worst cases all i failsIYour trialI Asthma received I cannot goodderivedI j sore j I despaired ever being cured I saw for cure torment I disease Asthma giveitacted a charm Wechsler fNEWff Dna CoIII cellent for exII which combine with Asthma Its success iAfter having it carefully analyzed we can state that Asthmalenc contains no opium morphine chloroform or ether yoursREV 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