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WHY NOT YOU- GiTTING A START in WITH A CASH CAPITAL a Business Education is necessary without it such a training is indispensable OUR CATALOGUE out lining our several courses and circulars showing you what others are doing and how YOU can do likewise should be in your hands A postal will bring itIF YOUR MEANS are lim ited ask for Special Circu lar A telling you how you can be instructed at homeWE PREPARE for Civil t service positions under Government Selectionsprepare public school teach- ersr to teach our Branches in other Business Collegesand prepare Stenogra phers and Bookkeepers for the best positions with the best Business Firms FREE First Lessons in Shorthand wth Complete Instructions for the begin ner mailed free on application EARN A SCHOLARSHIP FREE by working for us at your home during spare hours Circular B explains WRITE TODAY naming Course desired GREENnLEXINGTON KY AREfYOU u DEAF everythingWE L irQ- iU HEAD NOISES ALL CASES OF s DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING I CURABLEbyHEAD 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THE CHICAGO POST SHE HOME PAPER Eierj FARMER should read daily The Chicago Post ErIn LIVE STOCK StiipersfcouH read daily The Chicago Post Every PRODUCE Skipper should read dally The Chicago Post Efery 9RAIN Shipper should read daily The Chicago Post THE GREAT MARKET NEWSPAPERa YOUathrough your to ton t xm nowsdoaler or pubUher of newspa 3oatJi hL adtrott40mea Sample copIes seat tea oareQnat AMrcu w THE CHICAGO POT Chicago III I y- S THE MOUNTAINS PRIDE I BY MACK KKYE If Christian wealth is seeking for n spot To drop a fund to help a noble cause There iis a place we would forget it riot It in accord with grace and giving laws Where intellect is bright and thought isi good Where men eschew the light of wisdoms IIYII Where hills instead of towers have always I stood From ancient time unto the present day A modest town with folks ofmodest mien Who would not claim a lien on noble birth- Contains the gem of purest ray serene Untouched by vice and free from worth less mirth If from the vernal period ofour life There ebbs to us a view of fallen years The lusty minds of many mountain men Forgetting power can change their strength to tears When looking from the dawn of manhoods morn The rising mists eclipse all future years From legions dead to peoples yet unborn From sensual life to higher noble spheres Our hills are high our streamlets ripple free The brilliant minds of youth are upward From see- Where bound distant lauds the wanderer comes to forests thrive and classic scenes are found Our people love this land of noble birth They seek for principle mid not fur pence When circled round the cotters tranquil hearth Then CIIIIIKS a venial pride they know nut whence If Helen Gould poised by a giving mind Or Carnegie in search of doing good Would scud to Hazel Green asum to bind The mountain hearts in love with eastern hlnod- Methinks I see it now a generous sum The srhnolrndowed a blessing on our race From distant lauds the wanderers gently come To sre our stately halls and noted place my Plain NOYOj WAS a coquette Many a lovors I heart I had lacerated by refus ing his otTer of marriage after I had lured him on to a declaration My lust victims name was James Frazier Ho was a tall awkward homely and ungainly man but his heart was as true as steel I respectod him highly and felt pained when witnessed his anguishat my rejection of him But tho fact was I had myself fallen in love with Elliott Tracey a city gallant who had been un remitting in his devotion to me James Frazior warned mo against Elliott but I charged him with jealousy and took his warnings as an insult In a few days after Elliott and I were engaged and my dream of romantic iovo seem ed to be iin a fair way of realiza tion I had a week of happiness Many have not so much in a life time Many awake from the short bright dream to find themselves in lifelong darkness and bondage from which there is no escape Thank God I was not to be so miserable as they 1 There was an equestrian party winding through our grand old woods and quiet country roads Elliott and I led tho cavalcade I rode my own beautiful Brown Bess Elliott was mounted on the hand some black horse that had been sent him from the city Following us was a bevy of merry girls and their cavaliers andamong them tall awkward and silent rode James Frazier His presence had marred all tho pleasure of my ride and I was glad to be in advance of them all that I might not see him And so we rode on over the soft sandy road that echoed not the trump of our horses hoofs and 1 listened well pleased to tho low but animated words of Elliott Tracy who wished himself a knight and mo a fair lady of the olden time that ho might go forth to do bat tle for me and compel all men to recognize the claims of his peer less love Very eloquently he spoke tho inspiration of love of tho bravo deeds and perilous ex ploits it had prompted wishing again and again that he might thus proclaim and maintain his love before the world It pleased me to listen to this and to believo I it sincere though I surely had no wish to put my lover to such a I test t Lj i ic shot ran through tho still IA and a wounded bird dart- past fluttered and fell at the feet of Brown Bess With a bound and a spring that nearly unseated mo she was off Struggling to rev gall my seat I had no power to restrain her and even as she flow this fear and madness of tho mo couldlonlyand bridle and wonder helplessly where this mad gallop was to end Sho swerved from a passing wagon and turned into a cart track that led to tho river In tho sudden movement tho reins had been torn from my hands and I could not regain them I clung to tho mane and closed my eyes that I might not behold tho fate that awaited me How sweet was lifo in those precious moments that I thought my last How all its joys its af fections its last crowning love roso up before metI I thought of the pang that would rend Elliotts heart as ho saw me lying mangled and dead and then the thought would como if ho were p irsuing and trying to save mo oven as ho had said at tho risk of 1 fo and limbI romombored no more I felt a sudden shocka fearful rushing through tho air and know no more until days afterward I woko to a faint weak semblance of lifo in my room at homo I never saw Elliott Tracy again The last words I ever hoard from his lips wero those of knighly dar ing The last act of his life in connection with mine was to fol low in tho train of time frightened youths who rodo after mo to con template the disaster from afar and as soon as ho saw me lifted from the shallow bed of the river into which I had been thrown when my frightened horse stopped suddenly on its bank to ride hastily hack to tho village That evening ho sent to mako inquiries and itlwasitl thenceforth contented himselfwith such tidings of my condition and improvement as could bo gained from village rumor At last itwas known that I could never recover entirely from tho ef fects of my injury and that very day Elliott Tracy departed sud denly from the village Ho made no attempt to seo me nor sent me any farewell Whoa I was once more abroad and beginning to learn tho lesson of patience and resignation that awaited me I re ceived a letter from him in which ho merely said that ho presumed my own judgment had taught mo that in my altered circumstances our engagement must be at an end but to satisfy his own sense of honor his honor he wrote to say that while entertaining the highest respect for mo ho desired a formal renunciation of my claim Writing at tho bottom of this letter Let it bo as you wish I returned it to him at once and thus cndeu my brief dream of a roman tic love I had heard ere this of Elliott Tracys cowardly conduct on that day and now I first bethought mo to inquire who had rescued me from imminent deathII And then I learned that James Frazer his arm already broken by tho jerk with which Brown Bess toro away from him as he caught at her bridle had ridden after me and been the first to lift me from tho water Many times daily ho had mado inquiries for me His had boon tho hand that sent rare flowers that docked my room His were the books I read in tho lingering days of convalescence and his now was tho supported me as slowly artthat1 fully I paced tho garden I have been his wife for many n year I have forgotten that ho is not handsome or rather ho is beautful to me because I seo his grandand lovely shining through his plain features and animating his awkward figure I have long since laid aside as utterly untena blo my pet theory that beautiful spirits dwell only in lovoly bodies It may be providential compen sation that in denying physicall perfection the soul is not dwarfed brightIerI vanity or love of the worlds praise v ijA Paint is Cheaper Than Iron Our county judge tho board of magistrates or whomsoever tho au thority should realize time truth of tho above and inako a practical test demonstration Tho bridgi over Red River and Stillwater respectively cost the county several thousand dollars and their build ing was a stroke of economy to the county because the old wooden bridges wero a continuous source of expense But unless they art properly treated they will entail a big expense Paint is cheaper i than iron and two good coats on j each bridge just now would save f them fallowed to go longer ivithout it rust will eat into and weaken these bridges Sam Wil son can ho employed at 150 por day and could in a few days do tho work Before severe freezes j como is tho time to apply the paint 11l1 if it is not done parts of tho bridge will soon have to be re placed by new work an expensive source of repair itself and onco they begin to repair in this way new pieces will havo to be put in semi occasionally until they will each represent a pile of scrap iron Paint em and paint em now Sam Wilson is suggested as tho xIporioncotho L N railroad and would bo time cheapest humid in the long run that could ho hired However the point is to paint them now S100 Reward SIOOIIThe readers of this pleased to learn that there is at least ono dreaded disease that sci ence has heel able to euro in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is tIll only pos itive euro known to tho stitutional fraternity disease Catarrh beingmedicalI stitutional treatment Halls Ca tarrh Cure takon internally acting directly upon tho blood and mu cous surfaces of the system there by destroying tho foundation of the disease and giving time patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer 100 for nay case that it fails to curoSend for list of testimonials Address- F J CllKNKY ifc Co- Toledo O Sold by druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are tho best In order that this country maybe properly represented at King Edwards coronation why not se lect Dewey Schloy WatsonClarko and Cook as the representatives of tho navy Memphis Commercial Appeal Health and Beauty- A poor complexion is usually the result of a torpid liver or irregular action of tho bowels Unless na tures refuse is carried off it will surely cause impure blood pim ples boils and other eruptions fol low This is natures method of throwing off tho poisons which the bowels failed to remove DoWitts Little Early Risers are world fa mous for remedying this condi tion They stimulate the liver and promote regular and healthy action of the bowels but never cause griping cramps or distress Safe pills IL F PIERATT Senator Deboe is quoted as say ing that ho doos not intend to quit politics when he loaves tho senate although ho has notyet announced that ho is a candidate for Presi dent Louisville Post S5Y t CDARAKTHS L RiPlllS To CUN SICK HEADACHE HABITUAL CONSTIPATION- and all diseases arising from In digestion They will purify your blood and makvyouroomplsxlon as FAIR AS A LILY They are gaatlno attd FMCE aSqEXTS sold by JM Eeee Hanel Green Ky t 1nl3 I Long Hail cc About a year ago mjr hair was coming out very lust so I bought a bottle of Aycrs Hair Vigor It myhaira is 45 inches in kngtltAirs A Boydstou Atchison Kans Theres another hunger I than that of the stomach Hair hunger for instance H Hungry hairneeds food j VigOrAycrs1This Ayers Hair Vigor always j restores color and makes i the hair grow long and s heavy 100 a tatue All toasts 1 youscudI you a bottle HI sure and eivo the name ufyournearestexpresotlire Address J eAYKi CO Lowell Mass Makes lIens Lay A writer in the St Louis Globe Democrat siiys that ho has tried time following remedyto mike till hens lay in winter as industriously as thoy do in summer timid after using it successively for three win ters he says it is a pronounced success II Take ono pound ground red or black pepper and one pound of pulverized red albumen Mix thoroughly and to ono quart of partsIdampening tho mass with boiling water and feeding hot this quan tity is good for 20 hens timid must ho fed in the early morning To tho saute number of hens feedIquart of corn or corn and tho evening Ho says the change j for bettr will bo noticod in a fow days and that tho hens will con tinue to do their full duty until hatching tinge whoa you will have to quit feeding to secure setters The rod albumen costs about GO cents per pound but tho increase- of eggs makes it a profitable investment and we want the ladies of Wolfe and Morgan to try it and report experience I IwishI my lifo to Kodol Dyspepsia Cure writes II C Chrestonson of Hay field Mina For three years I was 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 ono of sour advertisements on Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and thought it fit my case and com imuprovofrontcured and recommend it to all Digests your feed Cures all stom ach troubles II F PIEKATT Tho British are having such an experience with the Mahsuds as suggests that some Boers have found their way over io India Omaha WorldHerald Saw Death Near It often mado my heart ache writes IiC Overstreet of Elgin renlllito hear my wifo cough un til it seemed her weak and sore lungs would collapse Good doc tors said she was so far gone with consumption that no medicine or earthly help could save her but a friend recommended Dr Kings New Discovery and persistent use of this excellent medicine saved her lifo Its absolutely guarj anteod for coughscolds bronchitis asthma and all throat and lung diseases oO cents and 100 at J Taylor Day Hazel Green mill- S S Combs tC Sons Campton drug stores Trial bottles free If Mark Hanna is in political peril in Ohio will resident Hoos wIt heap coals of fire on his head by helping Dim outSt Louis llpublic Benefit to You IIOfMitchell Fulford Md During a long illness I was trou bled with bedsores was advised to try DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve and did so with wonderful results I was perfectly cured It is the best salve on tho market Sure euro for piles sores burns Be ware counterfoils II F PiEnATT THEHEBALD and Monthly World 1 one dollar a year in advanceC f COUNTY + DIRECTORY + CIRCUIT COURT FourthMonday sIavmtA F HYII ConiimunvcaUusAUorncy J F VAXSAXT M11I ter Commissioner C 0 HANKS Trustee Jury Fund o COUNTY COURT First Monday in each mouth I JudgeI Attorney t I SorIollxi uneJor- FJAXK SAIHIK Coroner o COURTSI t courtSECOND Roselit inFeLruarIagistrutl 1 ConstableCourt XoCmLcrI Constable R Leon M t rcbJ i C1rAInimsMagitrntei IDIAXIThirdFridayandNovemberSEVENTH DISTRICT 1J F Itoiiy Magistrate IorTEi Cum Constable MarchJuneDhralTGmoGIOLIYEBMagistrate time for holdin court l Lexington anddEEastern RailwayYr jjT- haa Table in Eilcct Oct 20 1901 EAST BOUND No 2 N 0JSTATIONS Daily vs Daily ex Sunday Sunday rMLveAMJveI Lexington 2 Hi pmt 7 10 aui Winchester 2 55 piuj 8 25 am LkEJuueu 3 07 pmt 8 37 am Clay City 3 40 pmtil 13 am Stauton 1 51 caw 0 13 am Xatltriilge I 20 tuj J OJ ain Torrent j J 34 plulO OS Realty ve Jcl 1 50 pin 10 9 aluII a Jackson C lMl JIm II 20 y WEST BOUND Noi Not STATIONS IAilyerDailrcx Sunday Sunday lJmi i pinHcattyvcJlIIlrorrcutj l piSlantoupmClayjimNat pijJllnrexicgluu10 ManagerCIIASsCOrr T 11 MORGAN S P A LOUIsrILLE 1 TIN AND STOVE COMPANY Jobbers and Dealers i- nsT3trEsJapaned and Tinware c LOCISYJLLES RYe DILLER BENNETT WHOLESALE 1I1INITJIUIEaThe Largest Inclusive 527 W Main St nolesale Furniture h Dealer in the South Louisville Ky J 1 SQUItIBwortn GO Manufacturers nail Jobbers of MENS BOYS pi nTUIMO r = CHILDRENSULU I 11 I111 U 007 W MAIN tSTREETLOUISVILLE KY REH BEVERSOPJ 5 CO V1t01ESA1ffi1 Tt 4 tSA Dj1jr 03512 W MAIN STREET t LOUISVILLE KY Pi iiiiii iioeo jnen v TO BUYTfip GrPQt Uraii Dunf I lllu aludl Dldy rillib h sI z 5I iJa SOLE DEALER 4 ZE CREEM KYr ty I ll1Jt1aE HEBLD fSPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL CREEN KY t THURSDAY December 19 1001 IiA OXLY a few years ago the people of America enlighten ed as to the enormity of the tcoutrage by the public press injnsIticeof Capt Dreyfus by the French government Here under our own flag and at the dictation ofour own authorities a case I parallel in all particulars has had the attention of the peo pie since 1898 and lywith the consent apparentII ministration We refer oft course to the persistent per secution of Admiral Schley by the navy clique Whichever since the battle of Santiago jjcl heIroj out of Admiral Sampson and strip the actual hero of lllih 11h honor This clique by inui i endo nagged Admiral Schley j to appeal to a court of inquiry in the hope of 1 l packing that z body and disgracing him so that its pet Admiral Samp son would get the credit At the last moment the court had to be reorganized to the evident displeasure of the clique in and the dissenting opinion ofil Admiral Dewey president of j that court further disgruntles the clique Any one who read i an account of the Dreyfus case j and who has kept tab on the 1 Schley case must see that iillIj IsI i 1 two the cases are parallel It i was not possible under our government togo to the extremes in the Schley case thatt theFrenck did with Dreyfus j I But the hatred in the Aineri ii r a can case was just as intense i i as in the other Whether o t not Sampson was the Ester hazy who instigated the horn case is matter of conjectur- eIt jj was probably somebody Pl y higher But the manly action of Admiral Dewey caused the i j attempted iniquity to die bornin and for the good name of America let us hope another l j case may never occur i Deweys Opinion of opinionmthe undersigned the passage from 1 Key West to Cienfuegos was made by the Flying Squadron withal1 riPossible dispatch Commodore Schley having in view the import auce of arriving oil Cienfuegos f with as much coal as possible i the ships bunkers nii uThe blockade of Cienfuegos effective wasII Commodore Schley in permitting t I the steamer Adula to ent the port of Cienfuegos expected 0I obtain information concerning the Spanish squadron from her whenI she came out The passago from Cienfuegos to a point about 22 miles south of Santiago was made with as much adispatch as was possible while keeping the squadron a unit The blockade of Santiago was I j 4effectiveCommodore Schley was theI i offlSantiago11 ron attempted to escape on th morning of July 8 1S98 He was enitj j commading officer for the glorious i I Victory which resulted in the te tat distraction of the SpAuish hipa aGEORGE DEWE j Admial U S5 NISamuel Lemly Judge Advo gate General U S N drge Ad sK vocate S N u 0 15r COIST1AS DOGGSIBY J LEROY The stars sat on their tiny thrones One still December morn With brilliant robe a sister star Stepped in their midst from fields nfartTo tell that Christ iis born homesgThe angels speed from out their 5TheThey tell the wise men of the East That other kingdoms now have ceased To yield to Heavens King These shepherds wonder that the news ID brought direct to them 8TheAnd come with thankful hearts to see The Babe at licthlf hem I They brin their gifts and all persue To do the selfsame way Then let the good we might do here kilt so humble and so dear Bless our Christmas day STRAY SHOTS John Levings and wife neo Clara j Pieratt of Paris Ill will move into their elegant new home soon I after the holidays o O o Corn and oats have touched the highwater mark in the Chicago market C3c and 4Sc respectively Only half a crop is in sight- o o O The Pennsylvania system has ordored 20000 new freight cars for their road Their shops in Terre Haute alono employ over a thousand men- o o 0 Mrs Eva Baber of Dow City Iowa is suffering with rheumatism She is a sister of your constant reader and fellow democrat Mi OHair- o o n What is the matter with build ing a gravel road from Hazel Green to the now rail road You the material and plenty of unemployed labor 1 o 0tHon South Trimble killed two i deer and a number of wild turkey I while hunting in Mississippi few days ago He was joined at Mem phis by his uncle Frank Trim bleThe o o Hazel Green academy de serves the support of every man Eastern Kentucky Consider the surroundings it is one ofr the most successful schools in the Cnited States The courses of iu offered is equal to the average college and is to be had1 I for the asking and almost without price I predict 500 matriculates in three years It deserves more Dec 9 J H S Great Weather Calendar The Chattanooga Medicine Co r the manufacturers of McElrees Wine of Cardui and Thedfords BlackDraught have just issued jthe 1902 edition of the Carduii Weather Chart and Calendar universaljr1 1 ing the Galveston flood and p- rfethe past summer a year ahead of each occurrence This office has just received one of these cute n dars which consists of twat sheets of paper 13x20 inches i a inI size all fastened together with gilt tin strap and a brass loop- i hanger Each sheet contains the largoIroom Under the figures patent weather signals indicating Prof DeVoes Weather forecasts for ev cry day in the year appear We understand a few copies of it cl A be secured by sending 10 cents apiece in postage stamps to The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chatta nooga Tenn House and Heifer Lost By Fire An outhouse at the old Swnll millacross the river containing tIthree rooms which were filled whicher w asty propertyII ocICenter struck the track of tho incendiaries who are supposes to have been a woman and man that had stopped there for awhile Whether the fire was the cause of carelessness or cussedness is not worthi11nbout 100 Electric Belt on Trial- e To introduce it and obtain agen the undersigned firm will send few of their Electric Belts on trial on the following terms 100 to I Belst proves beneficial and the balance 60 0 be paid in sixty days 1 the Belt effects a cure These Belts aro a positive cure for Rheumatism Neuralgia Kidney troubl- Stomach I and Liver trouble Aeth ma etc Address at once GERMAN ELECTRIC AGENCY tf POBoxl874NewYorkNY Y The Christmas number of The- elineator is about the first of the special Christmas issue It is a beauty The cover is n most artistic i production showing a beau tifully gowned woman standing i lighted j in a brilliantly Two charming love stories one by Cyrus Townsend Brady plenty of advice regarding Christmas gifts timely pointers on Cookery Wintertime care of Plants I the fashions of tho day interpreted into supple language can j he found in the Christmas number I of The Delineator It is a splendid magazine satisfactory inside and out There is no magazine for women at present published that I is more practical in all Its pages Asa Xmas gift itself it bears its own recommendationi I IJj e 3N JOJIl J1i1sairk I 3lJt L r- Mi 1 l tt IxlI I f I I IIdi dd1I i I John H Rose has just built n wagon bed which is eo entirely dif ferent from anything of the kind before seen that ho is think bug of getting out a patent In his bed thorn are no cleats in the way inside and a box can he put close up in the corner Itis strong er looks better and will lust long er than tho old style and yet the cost iis just about the saute IWhen you have head ache or neuralgia try Tri phone Sold by SS Combs S Sons Campton and H F Pieratt Hazel Green tf Willie Ttttt who shot n D Rose from tho effects of which he died 1wns arraigned for trial Judge G T Center tc beforeI waived examination and to circuit court in the sum of 3000 His father Judge S M1 Tutt and Stevo Rose are his bondsmen TO THE DEAF A sick lady cured of her deafness and noises in the head by Dr Nicholson Artificial Ear Drums gave 10000 to bis Institute so that deaf people unable to procure the Ear Drums may have them Nicholsoisn Institute 780 Eighth Avenue NewYorb 4ly 1Aunt Sea Swango has our thanks for a pound of nice fresh sweet butter anti n mess of fresh pork sausage seasoned just to the taste of the editor and his better seveneighthsve- WANTEDTrustworthy men women to travel and advertise for old established house ofsolid finan cial standing Salary 780 a yea r and expenses all payable in cash No canvassing required Give references and enclose selfaddressedI stamped envelope Address liana ger 355 Caxton Bldg Chicago tf pOur man about town could no learn of many local happenings this week T e t1Cg manesas a9 tYfflNll100a Situations Secured rff y fifnpy i0titC usi esr Jonrccrrett rft TIY Cel GET lrOTUBADSBDnJopea Mlaa r BEiJILDoMaaq i r tok oo t ICASTORIAI i For Infants and Children Thi Kild You Hare Always Bought Bears theIi Signature of ooco 000004 uooooc cooo o 0 o t++ t9 o IlocuHH ncococoHOUC II QHOC t school books this oiHce at IlessTlefonOWing prices A cent is guar you must be quick as these are all we have Fryes Elements ot Geography 52 zents Fryes Complete Geography 100- I Cyrt First Reader 23 cents Cyrs Second Reader 29 cents Cyrs Third Reader 40 cents Cyr1 Fourth Reader 48 cents Cyrs Filth Reader 56 cents Childrens Primer 10 cents Prince Arithmetic Grade I 16 cents II Arithmetic Grade III 16 cents It Arithmetic Grade IV 16 cents Tarbells Lessons lu LanguageGrammar 48 cents Our Government by Macy GO cents Childs Book of Health 24 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14lations of Cuba With the United States The Cootsrena of Amen dcan Rrptibtla et theP City of Mexico The a Anarchist StatbUcs a midtEurope Progress cf Aerial Navigation In 1901 The New York Municipal Election ol IPOI Agriculture Manufactures ilortality POLITICStTHE BOOK THAT IN EVERY IN EVERY BELONGSI j EVERY Prieo STANDARD ANNUALZTHE WORLD PuGtztr Bldg Htm York arTan5edojjcumi World for a limited number of the 1002 World Almanac and will send The Herald one year and the Almanac on receipt of One Dollar The regular price is 125 NOTE This price is for the World Almanac at our office When book is to be mailed 1Q cents additional must be sent to pay postage ATTENTION LOTOWNERS Sidewalks Mast Now Be BuIlt There are n number of Mtlewalks in the town only partly built or badly built which mutt be completed according to sjiecifica tlons on file in the Secretary1 book The hasbeenoftppeatsNowof Trustees has sole control ot the building of sidewalk it will be exported that all walks be in onceThereProperty owners who have been ordered to clerkCtpeciscatlouiWM H Coi- wChrBTTof110 l iJi tj ot1 f 1 f 1 fjIIA 1f I will sell iny farm of 169 ACRES z ofahlnitSOacres it clottedOOllSIMIIlg more tlinn Iirlf of which isi ill gideandt- he main Rood oak timber with one Good Frame Dwelling House of four rooms and a Rood drilledl wtlKf never failing water ami outhouse cribs and stables also two tenant houstsi There is a Fine Vein of the BEST COAL nom which several thousand bushels are nM each year TIll farm is one urd one half milts from ntyd Green A grad bargain ran bo made by npnlvinjj in person cr writing to UM 11 CURD Morel Green Ivy Silv r wuanaottcf Engs I have for sale now Silver Wvandotte Eggs at 100 for 13 These Ara Thoroughbred Huy a setting raise some THOKOUOII Blum CHICKENS and you will be 11111 longer aiMiel with the COMMON STOCK First call lirfi jcrvdd KOHKIJT r COnD 33 Hazel Green 6c- 0000000000000000c000000coo g EVERY PAIR OF g 8 TICEl 4 PANTSt 8- l2 Made IVrlVit in lit iriiiiii Srat and Q g USanIWilISUi g 8 STAG SHU3TS 8 8 O Are gBrUcrI g For Sale by J Taylor Day g g HAZEL CREEM KY g- OOOOCCOOCCOCOOOCCOCCCCCCCO BOSEWHEELEBJ F lE 7 PRACTICAL 3lA rlflStfqqnl i AM Rxut I HAZEL GREEN KY fCImriio tin ttcnti ll of the farmers of this viri Itt1o their ito roved faciiilita or Iliack mithing and wag ninakir as veil M repair work ofail kiLds- A full force of Got ci = ntclinniir Insures priiiuptncis in the execution ol ill work entrutnl to them and iatlsfitc ion iit guaranteed in all casts Buggy building and wngoi niaieg ere ur shcciatica Your lt11t ntc iis M lsetfullystdieitt lland will lit dulyapj predated RcMwctfnlly c ItOs1C WHEELER r I t i CAVEATS TRADE MARKS 3 J COPYRJCHTS AMD DESIGNS Send goer baaincss dlrcct to Washington J eases time costs less better scrritre t Ure ties to US Fitnt 0 cc nUErr tuba- ryeasaitaau3ss ole Htf naeotev tntil rxUzt lerarea PEES3SILASYESTIJNLtili2i lrlr3ACTUAL EEPEEIISCE Pak Pasts ebta rates ele net ate rafata ocue4 trot r b Errert- rWti epeetat aatfu aa4cat CSSre is iSe ISWE4TVE AOSJ13sitriU4 nontUr tliTtsti fuz tmu 1a year E WEC I IoTI lZ diII llidC- 11 i2it5 ij ttlhirlnortJhhanltlrtDGtr l fc 1 attimepiecel t l jj 200 ol0 1000 and 100IiIi 1Z1 iJv tw arThis size ISfc Gold Ring illrtt or oval Hylo good brae N weight S8QO B mIIIm g oval also Set fling We have ft beauties in Opals Emerald Lie and Dianioudt fur young Huiidies Also tiny ones for the Prices from SlOO to S100 FRED JJ1 HEINTZJN Manufacturing JewelerII I Fast Main St LEXI near IIJl rOOOOOOOUHOOOOUCIUHOCOO WL H RASHii i j iflttorneyatLaw + ItWill practice in courts of Wolfe and adiI counties Collections a specialty I II It r i r ji IOLIBAY l00D81 aSANTAlarge store in which he can show 1 his good to advantage hit the iJwill have there the host wonder ful lot of oys and jimcracks ever I seen in azel Gree K Fancy Candiesl i Toys Dolls and1 cvcrytningt pretty wil1 he found there in profusion and mill net and chlap so C leap that everybody nay lbuy SIGHT IS GOOD and jou a e invited to look Before you leap nnlLa I t TOYS CECIL BRO Have just recclvedand opened a complete line of the handsomest t DOLLS4 t1 and Animal and Mechanical Toys ever seen in Hazel Green which are to please the children and their stock of LIJIAY G ODSw- ill please everybody that sees itas prices are very low t- wr III muistmas Sells Ire Binoino l t I tiXnclsinglug j because at L l MILLINERYi style On our bells are pie tuned other bells whose beau ty can only be enhanced by a stylish hat from this bazar of fashion where may be had all iC the wraps Jackets et- ctJ Everything1 it HIPt lowest pries quality considered t3 11 J lt tIlIll l- t tlliat Ini Yonr Bon f 1 fI M GIRLJJMAKES YOU nii LIKE GIVING SOME PRETTY riJ A IIM OMK FUESENT DURING THE HOLIDAYS or i MAYIJE YOU WANT TO TPKISE YOUR DAUGHTER R rl OR YOUR W1E WITH iOMLTHING NIC El IF SO Ot5 t 4it jdo1tIS PREPARED TO ACCOMMODATE YOU WITH EVERY r NOVELTY THAT HEART COULD DESIRE OR TASTE rIiIIKMVNl DO NOT FAIL TO EXAMINE THIS EXQUIS 1111 ITE LINEI OF GOODS FASHIONABLE FABRICS IN UP TODATE PATTERNS THAT WONT COST YOU ANY THING IT la A PLEASURE TO SHOW OUR GOODS 1 x J iiJ lll JMLFI ffEE IIGIIJEJIITy 1II lllrrmrnnmHIITI I 00 heapeaaplt best NORMAL AND PREPARATORY SCHOOL ScIJI ill Fataterit IKtntnk 0o ffiIIUllUIIlII1Willill A1Tho present term began September 3r tho largest enrollment in the history of I 7IIIWlthschool t=h The Second Session begins JANUARY I IBOZ asA thorough practical school for young men and AcademictDeparttt laeut iJlry Teacher is a GRADUATE r = Tuition 81COO for 38 Weeks= f Itoaril 8300 per Week= 1w = = for particular writec== W U COUD Principale 8t Cheapest Store On Earth Quality of Goods Couiiere I i 1 KiaIF PIERATT 3DFL1m IX iit iER M a R iA a iti1l Live Stock Country Produce x LIVERY AND FEED STABLE t Horses Hacks Buggies cCL for hire at all tuner and charges reasonable LU1VIBER b GroovedAlltea 000 feetyet to dispose ofa llingpriccs tTA ESJlKSA11i outstanding taxes must be settled now Tf or levy will be made as I have only untilJanuary 1 1902 DontdelayyouYourF PERATT a 1Aa 4r I t f DigestionThat It makes lire miserable Its sufferers eat tobutThey know they ore Irritable and fretful but they cannot be otherwise They complain of a bad taste In the month a tenderness at the pit of the store mlnesshenotThr permsnenti iHoodsSarsaparilla f HOODS ritLa are the best eharUcI THE HERALD Eggs are selling at 15cents pe dozen in this market John Evans is temporarily with R J McLin on Frozen Bring us some white navy beans on subscription if you have thorn Squire Wheeler of Menefee is visiting his eon Judge Wheeer and family f John Tom Gevedon made a fly i ing business visit to West Liberty this week I Prof Cords residence hada narrow escape from the flames on Tuesday night ll J B Thompson the timber man of Jackson was here on business this week Caleb Allen of Leo City was here Wednesday night on busine e with Mr McLin S P Sercian the manager of R J McLins store at Frozen was here on business this week You can pay for THE HERALD in onions Irish potatoes spare ribs c so there is no excuso for ignorance Blank School Reports for use of teachers of public schools for sale at this office 100 50 cents 200 75f 3vK100 Cecil Bros have just received a Y kit of No 1 mackerel and a barrel of cucumber pickles They are going like hot cakes WHEN YOU are feeling tired and of sorts you trill Jintl Hoods Sarsaparilla will do you wonderful good Be Euro to GET HOODS Mrs Sydney Cable of Campton was fatally burned on Saturday by her clothing igniting from a fire in the yard She is CO years of age Ova Swango and wife will sell their household and kitchen furni ture at private sale Call and see the things and buy to suit yourself Are you doing anything about 1 getting that Christmas tree The young folks should pushalong this matter and see that it is not a failure Cruelty to Children 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 r Will Colveu with Trimblo Bros Q Ml Sterling and Wil1Perry reP- resenting the Vauderen hardware company of Lexington were here Wednesdaynight FOR SALEA scholarship in the Commercial College of Kentucky University By early application at this office some young man can save several dollars tf W W McGuires daughter of West Liberty who was thrown from her horse a week or ten days ago and rendered unconscious has regainedconsciousness and is in recoverytCecil McLn and Hugh Beatty of Rose Hill Va are visiting R 1JMcLin and family The former is one of the twin brothers of Mr McLin and Mr Beatty is a cousin Mr McLin has been attending business college at Lexington and will visit here until after Christ masThe a friends of Willie Kash will regret to hear that he is in a crit ical condition at the home of his mother Mrs J W Cravens of McCausey A telephone message from Mr Cravens on Tuesday morning stated that he was just as bad as he could be to be alive He K has typhoid fever and has been confined to his bed with the disease for some three weeks Wea nerday night he had two home r hages of the bowel y i Let Us Have a Tree This town is better than over prepared to have n Christmas tree Three years ago the colored folks had a handsome tree and tho wh folks didnt even pretend for one and last year there was no off to have ono Children look for Christmas tree with as much an iety as they do Christmas holidays and there is nothing that so en courages a child as to put a pres ent on a public tree All of our stores which aro advertised have the finest assortment of Christmas novelties including candies fruits toys c ever seen in Hazel Green and a largo public tree could be handsomely dressed from Roses Days and Cecils a ofwhom have an especially hand Norw let all go to work and have handsome tree and make the little1 ones happy Remember that you were a child once upon a tiut and that preslento some one feol happy 1 Dont live for self alone And remember tin you can enjoy yourself as muc by helping others enjoy themselves as though you took it all to you self Aye far more Talk up the tree and let us all moot as ono happy family on that day and exchange gifts each decorating the treo with a present for sonic one else and above all let those who are able put on presents for tho poor To Throw Good Money After Bad will but incrvasomy pain If you have thrown away money for miHlirines that did not euro tiaIe medicine that never disappoints HOOdS Pills cure siekhenclacheindieestlon i jL L s j tRAlauDA Tho report that there is smallpox j four miles below town on the State road was premature and without foundation in fact A Mr Noble was said to have it but the fact develops now that what was supposed to bH smallpox was really an eruption which has appeared I on hisfaco for tho past six months It is something like e zonaI III 111 III 1I I I I TlffltCOifliHangsIfi II i j I i1 i You have used all- s z i of ii I sorts cough reme I dies but it does not 11- i I iI yield it is too deep T I I seated It may wear jii- i I iI itself out in time but iii I ifit is more liable to iij grippeIi ijII IIousI throat affection iI i I You need something j i I iI that will give you 7 i iI strength and build II iiupI the body iI I 1I SCOTTS j i EMULSION 1 1 I I do this when everything IIwill fails There is no doubt I istrengthensjiI II makes the body strong and II i healthy not only to throw off this hard cough but too I e system against f further at cks If you areI 1I run down or emaciated should certainly take nourishing food youII toe all druggists JirB NewSCOTT di Owmisu I o A o q z = Schley Need no Further Viiiica lion We sincerely trust that Hon Isa advisennireY notiermitAdmiral Schley to institute or1ftany application to congress Todayxhardly remembers that there were three members of that court They know that the court consisted of Admiral Dewey and two others To them it is somo what like the report of a taco to outsiders where cortain horses are placed and named and then it is addedand others ran It is than political11of a great orator like Clay or Webster or Ingersoll is published and then the reporteatldothers- a spoke And this will grow with every succeeding day The judg meat of Dewey is the judgment of eIthe courtit is a splendidi judg mentaIt is not a vindication for Schley needed no vindication The destruction of the Spanish fleet Deweytoohseas during this generationsimply recogni- r zes and proclaims that fact and ascribes the result to Schley Thorn lot the judgment rest We suggest to Mr Raynor that the people are with Schloy and they are satisfied and Aristides can wear out the admiration of even Athens And wo add that the true friends of Schley will not connect his name with the presidency there can be in a generation but one Dewey and one Schley but sev oral presidents He is too big to bo a figurehead a mere name on asi1904 for such an office which commences in 1005 and ends in 1909 He is a modest gentleman heI has won his tight he has been crowned Xow comes the day of dignified silence Lexington Herald A letter received from the Press Publishing association says that the official vote of Iowa can not be determined until the legislature meets So far as known the olli cial veto of the three states is 151253 It appears that a very light vote was polled in all the states whereas those who guessed estimated hightoo high appa rently to get anything But we advise all to bold their certificates until the final count is made Fileine Cures Piles Money refunded if it ever fails COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0IiJTo insure insertion ALL corre bycMonday night of each weekand that nearby on Monday morning Our correspondents are derelict in duty and we want to say that henceforth they Iwill not receive papers except for the areI1dwhen they fail to send in their favors they put us to great inconvenience SWANGO SPRINGS SAYINGS How this cold pinches and its stolen all our news Erb Swango of your town wa- slout this way Sunday iRobert Brooks horse was seen at James Bises Sunday iWill Alexander of Daysboro was lastIweekRev J T Pieratt of Hazel enIfew nights meeting last week atIY theIJohnson on Lacy creek Friday They speak in highs terms of tho teacher and pupils who did well their part in trying houseIibid fair to become men and women poiisI1but Ithe gladdest day ofall the year will be at hand What joyous 1contemplations fill the mind what bright plans anticipations are being borne on the wings of 1uow and expectations We here each and every reader and more especially the editors of the r cii i 71 dear old HERALD stuffy stockings full of goodies Happy face pret ty preseutsjoyous greetings mince pies and baked turkey with cran burry sauce Dec 17 UNO SUNNY SIDE Grant Lacy gave this place a pleasant call Sunday Mrs John Brooks is visiting friends and relatives on Lacy creek this week Felix Craft and son of Salem made a business trip to Hazel Green last week Arbury and Robert Brooks and Scott Lacy of this section attend ed the Kash entertainment Fri dayMiss Edna Williams a lovely sister of Mrs Ova Swango was visiting your writer from Friday to Sunday Milton Taulbee who has been traveling in interest of a Chicago Portrait Co passed through here Monday en route to his grand fathers Mrs Ella Coldiron and daugh ter Inda and Mrs DrNickell and daughter Nevada allof your town attended the funeral of Aunt Kitty Nickell last week Your writer went homo from school Wednesday evening with Emma and Rosa Perkins to spend the night and had one of the nicest times it has been our lot to have for lo these many years Callie Oney who has been teaching in Breathitt closed her school Tuesday and returned to her Sun nyside home Wednesday She had a good attendanco from the be ginning till the close This shows she did not devote all her time to ridinga mule Misses Lula Taulbee and Callie Oney attended the closing exercise of Will Kashs school on Lacy creek Friday and took dinner with Mrs Wiley Perkins and family From what they say we know that the Lower Lacy Creekschool did have a very largo BiUsure enoughDec 17 SUSIE SUNBEAM CAMPTON BRIEFS Sam Firestine made a business trip to Torrent this week I A H Stamper returned this week from Beattyville court I Edgar Kash of Hazel Green was over Saturday paying the t teachers I P G Cox of Bowen Powell county is visiting J W Congle ton and family Miss Bertha Hurst is visiting on Frozen creek Breathitt county for Misses a few daysian i I Miss Carrie Froh teachers of the Kentucky Wesleyan academy of this place left Saturday morning to spend the holidays at their homesThe school of this place closed Friday We have had a very in teresting school and the prospects are very bright for a full school during tho winter Brother Pal meter has labored very earnestly for its success Yo scribe and A B Cox attend ed the wedding of Honry Cox to Miss Cornle Ingle both of Bowen j Powell county The marriage ceremony was held at the home of the brides father Rev Branden burg officiating Dec 17 Pox HOOKS LANE LILIES On account of the bad weather this week our news will bo cut shortII Tho little child of Mr and Mrs John Pence died with croup Sun day morning the 15th inst Benj Sewell and H C Hollon of Campton were seen in this vicinity Friday and Saturday of last weekMiss Josie Hollon visited the family of S H Hurst of Peartreo Breathitt county Monday and Tuesday of last week Miss Lillie Hurst of Poartree was the guest of ye scribe Friday last John T Graham and wife of Leo City were visiting his father and mother and other relatives of this place Mondayand Tuesday of this week Rev G W Tyra ope of Hollys hustling salesmen went over to Wilhurst Friday to attend some business and having never seen the cars on the 0 K road step ped in as he said to look around 1 i 1F and see how things look But lo and behold While insidej viewing the inside surroundings tho train pulled out and took him to Leo City where he spout the night returning next day Satur day in a downpour of rain a sad der but wiser roan Dec 17 MIKE BUGALTOWN I Mollio E Rose is on the sick listMiss Mary E Taylor is no better at this writing Morton Rose was on tho branch Saturday and Sunday Jefferson Chambers was on Bugal Saturday and Sunday Miss Mollie Barker is visiting tho homo of Billio Rose Miss Louliu Swnngo paid Camp ton a pleasant call Friday I Miss Sallie Tutt paid Stephen Rose a visit Tuesday nightJMrs Catharine Swango who has beAn on the sick list is no betterII Maggie the little daughter ofiI Leo Taylor is very sick rt this writingG Peck left Monday to visit his parents who live in Lincoln countyMrs Mary E Rose visited the home of Catharine M Swango ThursdayMisses Carolino Swango and 1TayorTaylor Swango and his brother Stephen have been gathering corn the past week Frank Dunn was seen on Bugal pbranchto coo his best girl Several of the young folks attended tho burial of Bad D Rose Among them we noticed Missus Harlin Swango Sarah and Loulie Swango and also Will Taylor Dec 17 PKIMHOJK IDrJennersGOLDEN RELIEF 3 ui rila un141 nwMnf rYl bw ry V A TarE oraII la ALL 1 1 INFLAMMATION 3B 18 = I Somimntt II d horaohtnnteu Toohon iuhr minute Old SoiwJVloiwitorlo J Sr Colds Fornilnc Fevers GRIP B I CURES ANY PAIN INSIDE OK OUT N UIM to thirty minute 3 I I1s IInsue tUoIijr null eve Iuniair F Pieratt Hazel Greet Ky I IKedaI- Il Dyspepsia Digests what CureII This preparation contains all of the dlgestants and digests all kinds of food It gives Instant relief and never fails to cure It allows you to eat all the food you want The most sensitive stomachs can take it By Its use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else failed It Is unequalled for all stomach troubles It cant help but do you good Prepared oni CocontanalttII I O Tbo il bottle H F PIEII- ATTflour flour flour 4 ISSJLT SJLTS 5P ROBERT P RASH The originator of LOW PRICES is wholesale dealer in FLOUR SALT and solicits the patronage of the merchants of the mountain- sLrWill meet any legitimate competition Call on cr write me before buying 5 ROBT P KASH McCausey Ky Constipation Does your hcrd ache Pain back of your eyes Bad taste in your mouth Its your liver Ayers Pills are liver pills They cure consti pation headache dyspepsia 2Sc MI CruggsS- Yaat TOW moutacho or beard a beautiful brown or rich black Then use BUCKINGHAMS DYE ahtor 10 elf OI on 00 A R M4l A te Mf11 MM MENDELWEINSTOCK 5 CO RATS627629 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY K i1f j f 3i BUY SOME GOODff 1jSita y- y Sit1 A r rJ T1 J 1 Tr1 t I JrIJI 1 i Year for- E GoodiNo buying a get the a 1always1 llaaiis Bohirbollrr and you will have the Y pure and straight whiskey distillery 10 9 UU Jp o iD o OU ANn q oUU i PER GALLON IN JUGSy10COOPEF = OASt4 4 Pure California Wines Blackjberry Oatavba Port yf f Si 50 per gallon in Jugs Keller island WinesBlackberry 4 Catafffba Port Sherry at 100 er llOnOwe order to HAilAM DiSTILL1Nx3 LEXNCTON KYa fL 1 im = o f 0 0 e 1 W W1 u uu itsJ t ijl We claim to 1its tic LOWEst Priced WhisUoy Qonso We really sell 1fwhiskey as Ilow aai 1h1 per allow and mind you distilled whiskey 1tl i not a decoction ofchenticldcLitt of cotire It is new and under atl proufi1 tjOur Mountain Dew i year i thii kry is a liquid joy It is IlcluII t ally prutliutil liy huart 1lir Hcil in the MuiMiiain fWiiuji ofX Z time hand praccsx Every drop is boiled over open furnace 1 J Jultold style coppci stills in exuelly the sawn way as li tilliil liy our grulIletIJ rs ti eeuttiry atu Iirst rate whiskey is xldat xH and f i peralluii is nut any better than M untiin ltv It is the litst in the world and wrist phase every customer or we will Las it Iakur IjI11I1I1 tIlt Icoplest i Satiiiniil ISanU of Winston N l will tell yon inr goat ales is goolI TotJmore fully introtiiue Mountain Dow we offer either three or five gallons i rettJ1 the usual priceciz ijptr fal Ksprtsn prrpain tu all regular customers We have branch warehous s in Denver St ljmi and Cincinnati but all fre11 Jardrrsj and remittances till sannps cashor by check ctel as well as requests 111 fur confidential price litrmust be addressed as follows I J S C CASPER CO WinstonSalem N Cr U S A f1 g Male Offices u Warehouses lies 1C454G Liberty 1 3 i 4 5 Haplo Stso mk oooa o OOa ao r O eswo yoo acoo ao oo =rr 0 I r n 1dfjBl 1 I t rN7I1 nn = Q440+ 45J00 The Only High Class I I Monthly at I a in 25ct I World f fJfJfl i1 1 Sixteen Pager Four Columns to tha PageII Every page a Magazine In itself each I department edited by one who how every number a mine of InowsII tioa and enterteinmert from CONTAINS Biographical Department department Pastlmu- Home department lorlhaaaln11dIddress TIMES 0r4G300C44JOs04sw4 G0 pr above mouths Herald I0it rllttt NEATLY EVEUY CHEAPLY OFFICE etSrJ4 PIIOMITLY 1NAJL TJONIIH G ROBINSON BEATTYVILLE Salesman M HUGHES CO LOUISVILLE of HiRhGrado Vil1eg 1 orders from the merchants of the mountains and guarantees satisfaction will prompt IKE HARTRELD neadgtsartorl Mt Sterling Ky REIIESETS GUGGENHEIMER VA Importers and Jobbers of clues and We manufacture nd1Overalla When good best B besta direct the Oj and and Chire woaocae v44o4444044 na ra a TIlE FOLLOWING DEPRIZThENTS One Story Tid flits Popular Science Amateur Photography AH the Comforts of Home The Family Lawyer Health The Editors Half Holiday The Quiz Club prize qucation The Old Curiosity Sho Spotts Games and Study The Generation The First Thousand and What to Do It practical success The Story of the Vcrltl When the Days Work Is lane r Copy GOOD Columbus 004000fi0Q ar 54 firirr4J4ti0444 l he magazine free for 0 to new sulscribers t tif 1r OF llE CHlJ i tu r THIS AN D SATJFrlJl i l11A 1111pI C KY General KY Manufacturers 4 Oilc Solicits A mail order receive attention Co LYNCH UUKG Dry Fancy Goods thing aaoe Short of Coming With Sample BIue GrassJUIselies FALL 1901 fruitand Ornamental Tree Grape Vine Small Fruits Asparagus and everything for r Orchard Lawn and Garden We cell direct at right prices to the planter and have no agents General Catalogue on application to both telephones fr T IlIIUraIEYERfroost 70 Lexington KT A new firstclnss cafe for ladies rand gentlemen has been opened in oi r j the Phoenix Hotel Annex oppos ito tho C O depot where all tl rliservedf z invitedr qA f z r 1 UIP WITH A LAME BACKIi f Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable t I newspapers t ii III Ii rf cures miidS by Dr- hmlmeifj In SwampRoot tt I the liverI J T ln great kidney j I1 remedyll X T acal triumph of the nine I flpitteenth1 century dis I I d l ifII covered after years oIf fjjli scientific research by I Dr Kilmer the emlIInent kidney and der specialist and is wonderfully successful in promptly curing lame back kidney bladder uric acid trou bles and Brights Disease which is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot Is not eec ommendedforeverythingbutifyouhavekid ney liver or bladder trouble it will be Just the remedy ou need It has been foundI in so many ways in hospital work in private practice among the helpless too poor to pur- chasel I l relief and has proved so successful in leverycase that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper i who have not already tried it may have a sample bottle sent free by mail also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous f1 offer in this paper and R7Vf send your address to am Dr Kilmer fit CoBing tlB11 i tIiw- t r hamton N Y The r regular fifty cent and Rome e f Fwampnoot dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists j t Get Out of the Cabinete Secretary of the Navy Lomigavo- sinco tho buttle of Santiago has r shown himself to bo tho sponsor rofSampson mill this is so pai f pably plain as to be n shamo In tho distribution of tho prizo money recently for the battles of IanilaII and Santiago respectively Dewey tl received over 9000 ho being tho onlyadmiral engaged in Manila fight But in the prize money dis 1 tribution for Santiago Sampson who was skulking gets over 25 t 000 and Schloy who led tho fight k and did tho major part in the de struction of the Spanish fleet gets only 18 and some cents Was ever a greater outrage imposed up on a man Titan too it was Longs nagging that forced Schley into the court of inquiry whichII cost tho admiral all ho had to pay r expenses The people should de eland the resignation of Long and if it were possible take from him his citizenship He is a disgrace r to Mr Roosevelts cabinet and wo wonder that that gentleman tolerates him b 11AnEvangelists Story I suffered for years with f bronchial or lung trouble and triedI levarious remedies but did not obI f tain permanent roliof until I com menced using One Minute Cough Cure writes Rev James Kirkman evangelist of Bello River Ill I havo no hesitation in recommend t ing it to all sufferers from mala f dies of this kind One Minute Cough Cure affords immediate ro Horror coughs colds and all kinds of throat and lung troubles For 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 t Prepare Against SmallPox Tho rumor that smallpox is in this vicinity reminds us that all who have not boon vaccinated I should be at once In time of peace prepare for war and in health it is well to prepare against sick ness A sure preventive against smallpox is vaccination and th board of health of tho county i ishould seo that every citizen i 1 1vaccinated whether thoy will or no Three cases are said to bo at y tho house of a man named Noble living about four miles down the State road and it is well enough to tako precautions now Tim 0 cream tarter remedy we publish ed two weeks ago in connection with vaccination will surely pre vent ones taking this disease and it will not tako much effort to be vaccinated and use the cream tarter too Preventing the disease would amply repay the trouble Will Not Hide My Light Under a GENTLEIENI Bushel wilt not hide my light under a bushel for I wanti F tho people to know what you Goochs Mexican Syrup has done for me For four years I have been afflicted with Asthma and conk not get anything to do me aLy good until I got your Goochs Mexican Syrup I took three hot tles and it cured me entirely I give you this hoping it maybe the means of saving some one from a v yr horrible and promnturo death Yours under obligations REV Tnos B WAR 1ICII- t Scott T wn 0 s Consumptives try it Jt cures 11c t Simple cough as if by magic andn r 7 ae + ia the best remedy for r hoopinJ i cough Price 25 cents h dJDeatJOBWOBK 1 i 0ij i at + + r The New ME Minister The Rev J B Cayton the new minister for the West Liberty andI Hazel Green charge of the M E I I church south arrived hero the first I of the week He has a wife and three children and will occupy tho parsonage or two rooms of it not now occupied Tho Rev Mr Greening while here rented tho parsonage to Mrs Calvin Stamper and collected the rental till Febru ary 1 so that the now minister will havo to put up with two rooms she does not occupy until she eras emotes Ho will however ront sin ulnae or study in the business part of the tows Those who have met pro11osesscd ing Elder Oney says ho is a very I j popular preacher A Womans Awfnl Peril Thero is only one chanco to save your life and that is through an operation wore the startling words heard by Mrs 1 Bllunt of Limo Ridge Wis from hor doctor after ho had vainly tried to cure her of a frightful case of stomach trouble and yellow jaundice Gull1 stones had formed and she con ber gan to use Electric Hitters which wholly cured her Its a wonderful Stomach Liver and Kidney remedy Cures Dyspepsia Loss of Appetite Try it Only 50 cts Guaranteed For smile by J T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sons Campion druggists The proposed investigation of Historian Maclay iis a striking example of the sumo not bolus worthl the coolie Pittsburg Gazette You cannot buy standard pianos organs buggies sewing machines clocks watches and jewelry asI cheap anywhere else as you can of mo Come and see samples andI you will bo convinced You do not havo to risk your money withI mail order houses tf J T GEVEDOX i Senator Hanna appears not to havo acquired any love for Charles L Kurtz since January 1898 Cleveland Loader j WANTEDTrustworthy andmen women to travel and advertise for yearaold ostablishedhouseof solid finan I and expenses all payable in cash Xo canvassing required Gie refer ences and enclose selfaddressed stamped envelope Address Mamma ger 355 Caxton B1dgChicngo t Possibly Governor Yates wen t folr the White HoweChicago News Henry Pieratt bought all the picture frames tho agent of the Chicago Portrait Co bnllleft owe r and is selling them 50 per cemi cheaper than the agent sold them The number is limited and if you want Quo youd better move in a hurry us they are going liko hot cakes5tfSupposed tho Presidents mes sage had not pleased foreign crit ics what them LedgprI For Sale One Fay No 8 six roll 8 inch lightning floorer with heading at tachmeut Ono Fay carriage cute ting off saw P Besot SON Lexington Ky- r It will be a long session of cot gross The president cannot pre wont that Cleveland Plain Dealer Food Changed to Poison Putrefyngfood in tho intestines produces effects like those of arse 1sic but Dr Kings New Life Pills expel tho poisons from clogged bowels gently easily but surely curing constipation billiousness sick headache fevers all liver kidney and bowel troubles Oral i 25 cts at J Taylor Day Haze- Greer or S S Combs Sons Camp1on drugstores Congress is inclined to irrigation both individually and out west BlrmmnghamdgoHerald- r Says He Was Tortured cI suffered such pains from corns HdRobinson Ilillsborough Ill butti Bucklens Anica Salvo completely cured them Acts like magic en sprains bruises cute sores scalds burns boils ulcers Perfect healer of skin diseases and piles Cure Guranteed 25c per box by J T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs tC Sons Camptou When you have head ache or ueuralgia try Tnphene Sold by SrSTComiTs tfc Sons Campton and H F PieraTt Hazel Green tf VitoieOre will relieve you of all aches and pains Agents wanted stampSpencer ic I ASTHMA CURE FREE I Astltmuleate Bx ins Tsiwtaiit Rcli ir wnfl pCInJtcJ1b lush ilL All thuier t SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL WniTK YOUll Nun AND A1HIKKSS I LA INLY KY refurnished will ASTmIAUXJ1It elsefailsfailsTime11ev0 tidgeIlireceived in condition I cannot tell you how thankful I feel the l derived Ironi it I w asa slave chained with putrid throat toad Asthma 10 years I despaired of being cured I siv your advertisement the cure of this torment ing disease Asthma and thought you had givitu acted like a charm Send me a full size bottl Rov Dr Morris of Cong Ituai Israel NEw YORK January 11101 Diis TAFT Hiios MEniciXi Co lenllenicn Your Asthmalene iis an excellent remedy for Asthma and Hay Fever and its composition all troubles with success i nstomshin and uouderful After having It carefully analyzed we can state g that Arthmulene contains noI opium morphine chloroform or ether Yery truly YOUIllIREV DR MORRIS WECIISLEK 0 AVON SPRINGS N Y February 1 mOl Du TAFT BROS MEDICINE Gentlemen I write this testimonial from a sense of duty having tested the wonderful effect of your Asthmalene the of Asthma My wife has been atllicted with spasmodic asthma the past 12 years skill as well as many other chanced to l fee your sign upon your commeucii commellcetllltakiuAfter using one bottle the Astlnra has disappeared and she is entirely free from all symptoms I feel that I win coiiMstfiitly recommend the medicine to all who lire alllicted with this distressing disease Yours rClpectfllllyIO 1U rHELPS M D o Du TAn HROS MED Co February 5 1901 Gentlemen 1 way troubled with Asthma 22i years I have tried numerous remedies but they have all failed Iran across your advertisement and start d with a trial I found relief at once I have since purchased your fulltie bottle and I am grateful I have family of four children and for Iallwas unable to work I ain now in the best of health and am doing business every day This testimony you can make such use of lujrou see fit Home address 235 Itivington street R RAPHAEL Gi East 129th street New Turk City IT1inl Bottle Scjit iJ ollltcly jcc an- Xtec11t Ur 1Ota o not delay Write at once addnssinj DR TAFT PROS MEDICINEI COMPANY East 130th Street New York City SOL MY Aiiii 3 airacii 5es rJ F SADLER Co IEstablished 1SGS COMMISSION MERCHANTS- Fort OtollosSeeand TILE I OfIjfJTLiberal rash advances made upon consignments and sales guarantee E 1b iLAvtU iiij fi Oij ojB C 4r f u 1 a1 ral I l r a ENVELOPES y 2 NOTEHEADS BILLHEADS c LETTERHEADS I SALEBILLSIl l r PROGRAMS CIRCULARS j iiCATALOGS i MINUTES j c c YhaveThree Fast Presses ta Paper and 40 Years Experience enables us to Court Com parison and Defy Competition When p you want PRINTING come and see 4 us Respectfully c BI f SPENCER COOPER i o i J I s j DAY HOUSE HAZEL GREEN 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iiiiciin Klcctrica Engineering Civil KtiKintcrinjj each of which extcnils over four year and leads to a degre- e1utI graduate counos nf study are siti provided leading each to a mas terV degree Each cotiPe ofsrudy iis urbanized under a separate facult The geiimil faulty miinhri more than thirty professors and instructor County Appointees receive tuition room rent in dormitories r fuel and light and if they remain ten mouths traveling expenses The laboratories and museums are largo well equipped comprehensive j and modern The lat legislature appropriated OOW for a college home for young i I I Iumell and a drill hall and gymnasium has born provided for IIcIMilitary tactic utdschuce tine fully provided for anti required by j t ungrrss tCralniUs fr m the several coure of study readily find excellent por I tions and liberal reniuncraiiini The demandi is largely in excess of ability of the college to supply Last year the matt iciilation lit was 020 ln11I For catalogues method of obtaining 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OLDII ONES WHO RENEW IN 30 DAYS FOR THE Hazel Greall Herald tzHy n Special Arrnngomont with tho Publishers of tho New York Monthly World wo cue and will until September I 1901 give every now subscriber ami every old one who renews before that time tho NEWYOIiK MONTHLY WORLD Ran premium t t WOULDTHK coverItreproductions artisticpress appliances making a unrivaled in the ofitsEach issue contains stories travelstoriesj gatherec1i of scientific ro search and interesting editorial reviews It mimbeia tt contributorscumicpaI hofunnyA feature each month will be the largo first pogo portrait of themost famed man or woman of tho moment in thn public eyo IIn collecting and for andartoneSlock It furnishes higliclass 11mlIlel i tont AmericaySulpscriIption E E II nowJbeforebe only 100 r g FfFTM SWWSSBW REGAIN YOUR EA L1H WilH Loooooo lo o tIV1TJE1 e LOOOIIDIH DOOODOO IORE 460003000040000 NATURES DOCTOR FOR MANKIND reowIA CURESRheumatismDiptheria La Crippe Brights Disease Blood Poisoning Kidney Liver and Stomach Troubles Female Complaint Catarrh and Ceneral Debility v IT CURES a t WHEN ALL ELSE FAILS I RDAD THE TESTIMONY OF TWO WELL BROWN CITIZEIts OF WOLFE Mr Cooper Hazel Green Ky- I purchased some of the VitroOre of you in the latter part of March and after taking about a half pint of the VitaOre Elixer my nerves were as steady as when I was 16 yeas of age and I am now past 75 For more than a year I bad been trying all the patent medicines and nostrums I could hear of to build myself up but nothing did me any good until I used Vitro Ore which my wife brought me from your house After using it a week I went out and did three days as hard work as I have done in 25 r years and I was not more fatigued than I was 25 years ago over the same worksIt is the grandest medicine in the world and I want everybody in the mountains to know what it did for me so they may try it Hoping every one who has that buyVitaOreI remain thankfully yours for putting- me on to this remedy JAMES LACYt I can vouch for every word Mr Lacy says in the above I am his wife and bought the medicine of Mr Cooper for him though I did not have much faith in it because manyhingswed Vitae Ore and am stronger and in better health than for years which I attribute to its use MRS SOUTITEY LACY I Lacy Greet Ky June 11301 I eeVilaOre is fla package which ihalces 1 quart of Elixer Dose One AspoonfUl in glotw ter Mailed toy addreSS on roc iptof price Address SPENCER COOPER NAZE4 GREEN KY Y