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I IV y JJ 1 J 4 DV Column RT 1 1 1 year ffiNTI uo IiE HAZEL GREEN HERALD I I ftMI SUBSCRIPTION o RATES 4c 1 year 10 I ii J- v j I fj Three months 30- Ii 1 Announcement Incii 1 yenr tat ami District 7 U A j v == =i Established March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and Hh Continent by Max ORell = I + Single copy 00 +The date nfler indicatesyonr name Itofficers 10tl County olfimrs ArO1 S IIy time you are paid to You should U t Toxvn otticcrs t 00 tall on eau j renew io days before tune isi out nod j tlalfs or iolitictil writ nis SScij 5II I IE IENTII YE1 Alt HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY r KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARYI 2 fiDe IINUMBERK rtIjIuzIresl TriUut fe jrc r 25tohavouri I X taml Iby us S oa lint rlionTl y address changed i s furnished same as locals Ic a Ifiu UJ StKNfHK 1tetiittancs shonld be made by M l Q j Oirntr lIJJltTheOldestI Most Popular J Most Widely I Circulated I and Most Quoted I Paper in the Kentucky i j ii2auniahisticn34 tl viu c i o registered L letter t or bank 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your IndI A postal will briny it IF YOUR MEAIJSare itednI for Special Cacti Far A teHint you how 3 ou can be instructed at home WE PREPARE for CiviI faei Vice p3 io s Older Government Selections prepare public school teach f ers to teach our Branches in other Business Colleges and prepare Stenogra phers and Bookkeepers for the bes positions with the best Business Firms i FREE First Lessons in Shoithand wth Complete lustirctions for the begin tier mailed free on application IiEARl A SCHOLARSHIP FREE by working for us at your home during spare hours Circular B explains WRITE TODAY naming Course desired IN WRITING be sure to state you aw our ad in THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD Address BENJAMIN B JONES President LEXINGTON KY 1- t i JI pus Z- Ii 9- uU5 1 jj f V- n J IQ Fg5ta 9tJ I r ALL CASES O- FHOVyKABLrb1EAFS O C i R f I A C by our new invention Oy these born deaf are incurable HEAD tJ SES OElSE i1 MED ATElV3 F A W2RKIAH C EALTlKlCnti CAYS- BAtTWSKL lid SiercU y JCI tnt11tmz ndllO entirely cured ol dress tlucia to your tr5tieat I ti1 uu vc 1Ga felt hutcsy ofiny ca to be tsd 3t W rclkii About 5ye crs igo my right crfrau o sig and ti24 kept on 5iiiag wcss unti I los myhearngintaiscsrcntireiv- I uulwcnt a trt3tccnt for cIrl f tlxro = Dho wi but nrc tDtttCd cm- S of rot physiciatis anionc cthsrs LIt mod taJiBt cars ccit f LlI4 th i tC 4 I iJonly an operation could help me end enn that ci77tuiprrtIy lhn cease but the heariiiff in the affecteilctr rod oc of jrever 1IItth accidciraIy in aicew crk paper net crthic After I hadrrronly a fev d53 crdinRi t your rCcL ui ct C YcbcarU1yandbcgtocaiaT A iiRAr 7J3 S Broader Eililaere i0 Our treatment Iocs noi interfere 7tV jvir talOVC u ICH Examination and PE1 f at a rertlr zadvice frc YUU JM tJsIt rOijSt fl LU tsu lirt1tTiL AU3JL clIIL 3 J t11 AVU ilM 7 i III F A 1 ffI fiJi afU tiliow TH2 i fiB m UmI BiU f fj HOME PAPEB 1II 1 Etery FARMER should read daily Th3 Chicago Eien LIVE STOCK Shipper should read PostIIEvery PRODUCE Shipper should read 1 Every GRAin Shipper should read daily The Chicago PostI THE GREAT MARKET NEWiPAFERo 1 THE BEST IS HONE T0 GOOD FOR yOU Subicrlbe through your comlssloa li r nosrsdeator or pbllstiCr of flerPAtLlrcsSgur contalala tIlts alvertisOOlOnt Ssmt ce3 sony free a rcqusst THE CHCAGO P ST Chiczgo III I L1 1 r1111F 7 5ffDr OTher Beatrice lair i44+ 4ert HHH 44 1 tttigtirorn Le iou anJ vnil y S w Tort Ys4 bl- 1JU1uiou BL you dont know Milllccnt at all when yon fnlk this wny Vance And it isnt fair to women generally nun my friend particularly for you to continue this same oldllint of arllllllntIWinifrvil followed her brother into till room sit apart for their fetiring encounters nnil sat down rather dillI jiri only upon the edge of a tlhanIYour defense of yonr very loyal my dear IIlilllIlli thcIgrandly patronizing reply lint does not invalidate in the least hatI I Irate said A woman practicing medicine 3 3as incongruous as a mmmiimI trimming hats IVminino hands ccreanever meant for surgical operation You are prejudiced Vance said Winifred as she listlessly took the foil her brother offered her you didnt get a diploma and I believe youre mad at all creation to thinksthat Milliceut Hticcjedud where you failediA wave of crimson receded from Vance Iti shops face leaving it quitet pale j Must narrowness of vision he add oil to your shortcoming Win he rskcti with an evenness of tone his rister suspected I dont care what you say to me Viluifred rttorted youve tried to sit on ne mere or less all your ifo lint its different with tnt She his been here four I Iilllinow anl you are just as vii l rude as when she coins thugh it has b vn hiiril work with jut little erlplte sister of hers to lrt the kimtness of others in aI I iisiMire helps her to forget the I r uh parts of her dally routine lint with it all lihuu en your dislike f ier your pointed aTuidtncc your rUtfTt nubs Ionly hope she j tit2 t know the reason I wouldI rather have her think it was your ivenlim to her as a woman rather than your dislike of her b lovud fission 10I As women practice It salt Vaiice inijjermrbably Seu n re as well as art Is ciltiss was Wiiiifr ls rejoinder with an air of superiority Its a I titSiite subject Win Lots drop it Wo always uarrel Anil with A smile meant to be con UllnrllintoI Iut Winifred was In no mood for such summary treatment This oils cursiun of Millicent was her hobbyhorse and the little animal once trotted oit tom riding priineed trrand ily at Winifreds slightest spur Just now Winifred was inclined to curvet unit excruto jH SRibly u pns soul so ir ritable had slit become through the persistent coldness her brother hadI evidenced toward her dearest friend It was very tiresome for the cir cumstance made matters somewhat awkward whenever an evening gath ering of young folkyas in order unit Milliceut could arrange to be one of Oaklands frolicsome set Winifred watched her brother make a number of passes In silence Then she returned to the attack Miliicenti has noticed your ungen tlemanly attitude pursued Wini fret in a tone of injured dignity Has she complained to you Ills sister shot him nu indignant glance was about to retort hotly changed her mind and maintained a severe silence For iithe has continued Vance with unmistakable emphasis she further proves she is no doctor Phy sicians dont talk much Vin You know that Then its a good thing you failed to get your diploma returned his sister sharply See hore said Vance goodnnt turcdly whats the use of losing your temper over tharyoungwomen She She lis my friend She was my roommate at college Vance She has sacrificed her life to her little sister and she is the dearest girl in the worldWinifreds words poured forth with time vehcmenoa o an incipient volcano I Vance made a lunge at an nnseen iienentymovements that Winifred changed tier position involuntarily Her momentary trepidation turned to one of fierce indignation as Vance between his rapid movements jerkedout I cant tolerate women doctors They ncvur know their business lack courago and impose upon hu man credulity poslII I dnnI0 opened speak ere j Ilone word could issue the expression upon her brothers face caused her I draperiesI j upon her j In the front of these curtains stoollIi jj j It tall girl whose striking I istics seemed to be her clear eesII I limpid as fresh pools of water nutIbrown hair arranged coronal fashion upon a very womanly head I It was Millicent and Winifred struggled to stifle the gasp which had risen In her throat limit Millicents first ivords yea5 sured her Your mother said Id find you here Win came In a voice which held no tremor J Wanted to ask you If you would mind going with me on my rounds this morning +ik Chlch hurt his hand last night and cant manage the horses Im afraid With alacrity mill pleasure snit Winifred peeing a pleasant finale to what might hare been a disagree able contretemps antI here is Neil to take my place with you Vance Ill be ten minutes dressing Milli cent and nodding to her brothers friend Vho had thus opportunely np l fUIIInwttl heIj The warfare utill rages I see hei observed as he proceeded to array j hhimself for the fencing lbout can VanceIabout Misstrlr Millicent Trevor I you must admit that Oh I admit anything If It dismisses the subject sold Vance with shrug of annoyance conic Im ready for a good tilt Dont put the guard on your foil Its much more exciting without Kxeiting Yetobtmt- limit me no huts Lets seeItun youre made of this morningtAnd following initriictious as he iinvariably did with Vance ictlen tered into the fray with his accus theIeratfen making their thrusts with care lunging with caution and run Irnlng no risksI hint presently the heat ofcontest rue in their veins Forgetting eats tion disregarding this fact that they SellIjplace uimcet The yniinif man dropped to the ffloor with hnrdly a groan Net stood gazing stupidly at the prostrate fig Ire The crimson staining Vammeesr jacket brought him to his senses lie hurriedly hunt over his friend tear iing open his shirt The wound spout out its warm red stream Icd Good heivtns Vance old fellow in awful I didnt insist Vance opfiied his eyestThat all right iinoimt to much hu murmured Winifred Then he lapied Ito unconsciousness Ned gave a frightened cl1Ior help anti rushed to the door Winifred anti Millicent with their outside wraps on wore passing through time hall their way out 011I What iit Anything wrong r de manded Winifred Yes Vance Im afraid Ive hurt hlmhe would play without the guards theres a wound Uut Winifred with a cry ham flown to her brothers side Her distract ed cries pierced the ears of time other two who had followed her Oh hes dying ljes mlyingmlilhi ceni Millicent cant you do sonic thing Oh what shall we do Millicent approached quickly but quietly Shim knelt and unfastened Vances cravat lie iis not dead dear she salt to Winifred he has simply fainted That is natural lie IIs losing blood while you are talking Tell me what to do and Ill do llIt Oh if he dies In the name of common human ity interposed Ned impatiently cant you do something It isnt a case ofcan or will Mr Price said Millicent quietly it is a case of whether I am to be allowed I shouldnt care to begin arid then find resistance Mr Bishop has an antipathy to women physi claims Better sond for your physi clan Winnie Ill go said Ned and hurried out Winifred turned almost savagely upon her friend And in the meantime is he to diu And because you wont help him Oh Millicent Aob choked the further utter ance of words Millicent restrainedI an impulse to laugh Aly dear Ive been holding thet wound together Your brother will not dieAt least not front this If youll get me some bandages and my box of implements In my room the bottom bureau drawer God bless you Winifred rose with alacrity but she paused to say You dont think bVllI die No of course not Winifred vanished And with her went Millicents In difference She glanced hastily around and upon assuring herself that no one was in the room she examined the wound with far greater care than she had at first displayed She listened eagerly to the heart beats lIen whole manner betrayed the keenest anxiety A look of tenderness her friends had never seen crept into her luminous eyes Sims lbent over the impassive face with un mistakable yearning but she drew hack quickly as Vance stirred un easily anti opened his eyes He strove mtchanically to draw away from the firm hand holding the wound together I know you cant tolerate women poI ance none though pos surly lacking in courage and not knowing my business I didnt say that for you to overhear he said And it was with almost a sigh that she turned as Dr Olds entered with Ned and Winifred A SUX4e Victory I cant understand how Dooberby got reelected treasurer of our club Why cant your Well he got more votes jhsn tfccri1 Mrr t whrrs swuritt 1i Qj d Itl t liliQ it ti CHILDHOOD J Limo UOOOS Like the brooklet full office Our early life stts spent We breathed time airso Ittmre nllli free As oer the hills we went And often we would seek to timid A treasure IiiMcn there In both the vales anil hills combined Such was our only care The golden sun ol early morn With its Illami so bright Could uric ri emlilincc more adorn Thau pert and usurer immiglmtIWith cohlen beams mime tloth paint A picture much more true Than tiny hunil could user taint With paints itt any hut Such was our Ihives were wont to say As true as mornings sun And have we grown to perfect day In thu race we have run Saw Death Near It often made my heart acho writes LjC Overstroot of Elgin 1onnlito hear my wifo coughttii til it seemed her weak and soro lungsI would collapse Good doc- torst said sho was so fur guIle with consumption tthat no medicine or earthly help could savo her hut a ffriend recommended Dr Kings Now Discovery and persistent use of this excellent medicine saved h hor lift Its absolutely guarj lmteed for coughscolds bronchitis asthma nnd all throat and lung dtseasiH 50 cents and 100 atj 1 J Taylor Day Hazel Green and S S Combs Sons Campton drug stores Trial bottles free Thoro is a groat distinction be twoen enthusiasmt and rational reasoning tho former frequently Imakes tho latter impossible Hows This 1 Vo otTer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh I hat sonnot bo cured by Halls Ca tarrh Cure FJ CHKNXV Cu Props Toledo 0 Wo tho undersigned havo known F J Choney for the last 15 ye rs and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm WEsT TUUAX Wholesale Drug gists Toledo 0 WAIDINO KIXVAX it MAKVIN Wholcsalo Druggists Toledo 0- Halls Catarrh Curl is taken in ttornally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tho system Price 75c per bottle Sold by all Druggists Testimonials freet Halls Family Pills are tim best Liko music at prayer the gentle magnetism of a womans love loads us to highest thought und noblest actions Electric Belt on Trial To introduce it and obtain agents the undersigned firm will sond a few of their Electric Bolts on trialI on tho following terms 100 to bo paid in ten days if tho Belt proves beneficial and tho balance 200 to be paid in sixty days iif the Belt effects a cure These Belts are a positivo cure for Rheuma tism Neuralgia Kidney trouble Stomach and Liver trouble Asthma etc Address at once GERMAN ELECTRIC AGENCY tf P 0 Box 1874Xew York NY Manly qualities demonstrate themselves in more ways than an exhibition of blood and brawn Says He Was Tortured I suffered such pains from corns I could hardly walk writes II Robinson Hillsborough Illulnm t Bucklens Anica Salvo completely cured them Acts liko magic on sprains bruises cuts sores scalds burns boils ulcers Perfect healer of skin diseases and piles Cure Gtiranteed 25c pOI box by J T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sons Campton Education is tho egg that ex perienco hatches into activity OLWWTEEMCfIiPILL8 To cure SICK HEADACHE HABITUAL CONSTIPATION and all diseases arising from In digestion They will purify your blood and niake yourcomplexion I as FAIR AS A LILY They arc I celatln OMtrt PRICE a ems J Sold by J M RoaeHazel Urecnu Ky r Hair Falls I 4I tried Ayers Hair Vigor tott stop my hair from falling One I half a bottle cured me J C Baxter Breidwood IlL I Ayers Hair Vigor is certainly the most economical I preparation of its I II kindon the market A I little of it goes a long way It doesnt take muchof j thejand restore color to gray hairI dlllaltIIf yousendyou A twttle lie sure and give time name LstI Sued Vanderbilts for Railroad Taxis On Dec 27sit Maysvillc Ky State Auditors Agent Watson filed suit against W K Vander bill and A fred Gwyiuio Vanderbilt as individuals and against tbo latter as executor of Cornelius Vanderhilt to compel thorn to list their stock and the Mnysville it Big Sanely and tho C it 0 rail roads for taxation under the KoitM tucky statutes lie alleges their stock is worth G 000000 and tho suit is for tonsM years back taxes IIChildren Especially Liable and cuts are ox tremoly painful and if neglected puisoningIsuch mishaps because not so caro I LHazelI out tho fire stops tho pain soon heals tho wound Bewaro of coun terfeits Sure euro for piles Do Witts Witch Hazel Salve cured my baby of eczema after two phy sicians gave her up writes James Mock X Webster Ind The sores were so bad she soiled two to five dresses a daySH F PIEHATT Some words are moro affective than blows more decisive than action Woundb may bo healed lies leavo a memory of untruth behind thorn forever A Profitable Investment I was troubled for about seven years with my stomach and in bed half my time says E Domick Somerville Ind I spent about 1000 and never could got any thing to help mo until I tried Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure I have takers a few bottles andam entirely well You dont live by what you eat but by what you digest and assimilate If your stomach doesnt di gost your food you are really stan ing Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does tho stomachs work by digesting tho food You dont have to diet oat all you want Kodol Dyspep sin Cure cures all stomach troub les H F PIERATT j Did you over notice the cut steel look that comes over a womans face when sho is battling between avarice and love Dont Live Together Constipation and health never go together DoWitts Little Risers promote easy action of the bowels without distress I have beets troubled with costiveness 9 years says J 0 Greene Dopauw Ind I have tried many remedies but Little Early Risers give best results H F PIEUATT For Sale Ono Pay No Ssix roll 8 inch lightning llooror with betiding at tachment Ono Fay carriage cut ting off saw F BUSH Sox Lexington Ky Both nepotism and friendship iu business should ho avoided as two elements destructive and un just to independent interests TO TillS DEAF A sick lady cured of her deafness and noises in the head by Dr Nicholson Artificial Ear Drums gave 10000 to Iiir Institute so that deal people unable Ito procure the Ear Drums may have them free Address No 44SG The Nicholson Institute 780 Eighth Avenue NewYork 4ly What some men call charity is frequently merely ajootbing ap plication to their own remorse COUNTY + DIRECTORY CIRCUIT COURT Third Monday in January FourthMonday in April and Third Monday in September JudzeACommoinvcalthsAltorney VtNsArMasterCotumiieirjerC FuudI4COUNTYmonthIJudgeW SimerilTGI AttorneyISAAC JailerhoesmorJoilNFRANK SAMPLE Coroner- MAGISTRATES1COURTS 0 TIME OF HOLDING AND OFFICIALS MSIIOcKEYagistrate holdingurtSECOND ltosiftstF inFeoableTHIKD MegtrateConstable eM Februaryay LlGoIngistrntcConmmutableourtMarch June September and December CnAJrnsrsIagiDAVIDBAXI fr TlminlridaynndNocmbcrSlE BolINagistrateConstableourtMarch June September and December QLIEnIagistrate settime LLexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect Oct 20 1901 EAST BOUND No2 II Ne1 STATIONS Daily ex Daily ex Sunday Sunday LyeLexinltonWinchester 2 55 pm 8 25 am LEJuncn 3 07 pm 8 37 am s RStantonNatUridge 4 20 pm 9 54 am Torrent 34 pmjlO 08 B eattyve Jc 11 56 puiilO 29 amIJackson 00 pmll 30 WEST BOUND NoL 1113II I STATIONS Daily exDuily eJ II Sunday SuntlsI Jackson 6 25 am 1 20 jun Beattyve Jcj 7 26 am 2 18soi 4 Torrent 717am 3 39 pm Nat pmtantonS Clay L 333pmEJmmncn1I 11mLexingtonj q JeHASSCOTTT It MORGAN S P AJLOUISVILLE TIN AND STOVE COMPANY Jobbers and Dealers in ST ES9BJapaned and Tinare1c LQUISV1LIIE KY 4 DILLER + BENJE1TIi L WHOLESALE iURNITJRET StVholesaleDealer in the South Louisville Ky JJSpewoilUBoJ Manufacturers and Jobbers of MENS BOYSCLOTHINCI 607 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY J REHBEVERSON CO j WEOJE8AL d- f BAD 1E Yf2 SOSflic W MAIN STREET rLOUISVILLE KY WanteaSDDU men r U e IB final Biaf Pants 0rn F VZZRTTr T SOLE DEILti t i HAZIL CREIH KY Z THE HERALD I SPENCER COOPER Editor D JI O4 I i I l 1K1 ri 7 1 J1tai t ipic HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY January 2 1902 Tim enrollment at Hazel1 Green acatlemyon Wednesday was 119 andI this we believe exceeds any former record by 19 which speaks volumes for Prof Cord and the wisdom of his management The news of its discipline has penetrat ed to every part of the coun try and this pleases the pa rents who have the hills to pay because in very few cases are they able to fritter away their funds Here they gett value received for every cent spent and now that they real ize how much this means they arc theirOpatronage Only a few years since the sonic course of study obtained here would have cost twice as much at any schooll in the land and even now the rate here is 40 per cent less than elsewhere AVhere the parents have two or three or more to educate the saving iis considerable and parents and1 guardians will do well to con t sider and SEXD HERE UNDER the heading alum portant New Postoflfce Rul ing on the last page of to lays paper is an article that every subscriber shouldl read at once By the provisions of that ruling if we send1 b a paper through the mails that is not paid for in advance we forfeit our right to tli pound rate and that would1 mean that we could no longer lprint the paper Every manr II should see that he is paid inl 11 advance because rather thanI take any chances of losing our privilege to the pound rate we shall mark oft the list allI who arc not paid This matter will admit of no delayi and if you wish the paper to come to you you must pay up today Theres no Excuse for Ignorance Our notice last week that THE HERALD could be paid for in spare ribs backbones sausage etc had1t tho effect of brightening several homes hereabouts with weekly vis its from tho paper Cash is pref k orablo always of course as it takes that to buy paper but where pro vision saves tho outlay of tha commodity we are glad to accom modate all corners And in this connection we wonder that any family can do without the paper especially if thoro are children to educate for it is a fact beyond a doubt that where children have the home paper they learn to rea in half the time Every week i contains something about some body they know and there is the incentive to read Stole While He Slept Robbers entered the residence of one Daniel Harper at Owings vine and got away with 190 in t money and somo silverware Mr Harper had the money in his pocket and as was his custom put his trousers under his pillow when he retired The robbers got tho money by cutting open tho pocket without removing the pants from under the pillow t TO A unD iAWhen days are dark And you are sad if Jute around t Iliwakdx tarWith ipp Aboutamr1Tght dressed Ii white A little alias bird came cameA011 itt1rlng 7 To bear this little girl I Jwt1 play and aing- 1ti i L7Y Aoar x NA v 1 Wedding Bolls In answer to several hundred invitations sent out through TilE IlKiiAU supplementing 100 regu tar invitations the Christiani church of this place was crowded to its capacity on Wednesday night to witness tho marriago ceremony between Miss Lulu M Kash ofour tOWII and Noah Cisco of White Oak Morgan county- Anticipating tho happy event parItyI under which tho bride and stood while Prof Cord in ro9mI pre=live manner pronounced twain ono flesh Tho attendants were Willie Casket of West Lib arty and MissI Myrtle Reed of Caney After the ceremony the bridal party repaired to the resi donee of the brides mother Mrs Ellen lash which has been rented by tho groom They were accom panied by their young friends of tho town and vicinity and until tho wo sum hours tho happy throng spent tho timo in congratu lations and in driving dull carp away j The bride is the eldest daughter of tho lato Joseph M Knsh esq and Mrs Ellen Kash now living proInouncNIi j prepossing in appearance and init- ollectually tho peer of any young lady in Eastern Kentucky In1 deed her mind is a storehouse of i useful knowledge garnered for grim realities of life and in thoI j tee sparkling with a refulgence rarest gems groom is a native of Morgan I ITho a professor in the faculty i isldescudeduished for its intellectual and j l gr i athletic qualities He is himself an athletic Adonis a picture of phys ical manhood and like his chosen helpmate in life he has also garnered in the fieldof knowledge Tho marriage is tho result of a long standing engagement and all who have been cognizant of the betrothal kayo remarked tho wellj j muted tastes of tho two in com j joinsiillations and bespeaks for this couple a life of pleasure seasoned with unusual usefulness Reenlistc1Gomm Dyerwho was n member lof the Fourth Kentucky during tho SpanishAmerican war and who reenlisted in the Thirtyfirst United States infantry last Janu cry lies just returned homo from the Presidio San Francisco He expected to go to the Philippines atIj was turned down on account of heart trouble lIe says I Ihe will recuperate for a while and again enlist Gon is only about years of age and notwithstanding tho diagnosis of tho doctors thinks he will be able to enter the service Ho likes army life and says tent in as much as the gov eminent educates him by sending t him over the country ho will con 1tinueI in the service if he can He says that at the pay of a soldier average for foreign service 1500 it beats raising corn in tho moue Itnins or Cain in Kentucky from a hotknows it is more respectable than to bo n bump on a log as so many of our young men prove to hOe Tho U S Civil Service Commission will hold examinations at several places in each state during youngdgovernt persons se cured positions last year through thoset examinations Probably 10 000 appointments will bo made this year All appointments aro for life and for most positions on ly a common school education isII required Salaries appointment vary from 000 to 1200 a year I with liberal promotions afterward Politics is not considered This affords a good opportunity for people betweoii 10 and 45 years of age Those desiring places of this kind can got full information about thorn free by writing to the Collogoing for its Civil Service catalogue number three- PASTEDTrustworthy i moo and i wo j eirbEr4cjivpl and advertise for I Id established house ofsolid finan cial standing Salary 780 a year andexpenses all payable in cash I No canvassing required Give refer ences and enclose selfaddressed stamped envelope Address Mana I ger 355 Caxton Bldg Chicago tf ILAST MAN Will Drink Wine to Repose of Nine j Others Souls irrhe Number Ten Club of Frankfort hold its sixteenth annual banquet December 30 The mem hers included Rudolph Bnrringor John Doynl Fred Tice John Steed Jesse turdtT 0 Paris of Frankfurt i John Thatcher of Indianapolis and Frank Lancaster of Anderson The tenth member Samuel Steele of Frankfort is dead It was agreed at tho timo of the organization that no luety members should be Imitted aunt that an nual banquets should be held i chairs to by placed for members who had passed to the great be yond and so Mr Steoles chair was vacant last night save for a straw hat once worn by him and an umbrella which ho formerly carried Whn the menu was served his plato was filled and tho program was carried out tho same as if he were present in tho flesh This seine custom will bo followed onoIin solitude and partake of the feast and at tho conclusion to bring forth a bottle of rare wine which was stored awayon the oc icasion of tho first annual banquet for this special purpose and drink to the repose of thoso who have passed over The members are men of means and these annual affairs are elaborate 1Killing at Jackson ThnrsclnyIh Jackson There is groat oxcite ment hero on account of the inur der of F Bullock who was shot on the outskirts of tho city It is trot certainly known who tired the fatal shot Kstill Back Johnson Holbrook and Joshua Miller have bu en arrested and a warrant issued for Claude Day Milter wilt has just returned homo from serving a sentence in the penitentiary re ceived a bad wound in tho arm Bullockwho was well thought of leaves a widow and two daughters The cause of the trouble is un known Since the above was put in typo Claude Day has been arrested and put in jail at Jackson and news over the telephone is to tho effect that the party who shot Bullock was waylaying Sherman Cope formerly sheriff the county and a man identified with Breathitt pol itics but no cause for shooting has been assigned In Loving Remembrance Died on Friday Dec 27 1901 Miss Bertha II Wallis aged 11 years 10 months and 11 days Death loves a shining mark and this was demonstrated when ho invaded the portals of the home where little Bertha was the idol She was not only the light and life 9f her family but a favorite with all who knew her And in this connection it was but meet that her own associates Misses Mablo and Minnie Oldfield Mallio and Lucy Gillaspie Ida and Nora Blankenship Ethel Cecil and Min nio Caskey should do her remains honor by consigning thom to the tomb Father mother sister brotheraye all of kith or kin know her but to love her and the flood of tears needs must flow But go to Him who hath saidof such is my kingdom There she basks in tho brilliance of tho New Jerusalem and there you too may bo with her if you can emulate her example Duly Feed Man and Steed Feed jour nerves also if you would have them strong Blood made pure and rich by Hoods Sarsaparllla ila the only true nerve food Be sure to ctt Hood s It never disappoints Hoods Pills cure constipation Price 23c t IlaKe a5bQ t cut Jv Ilrd S CASTORAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears rho- Signattue J of t United States Senatortt In Kentucky since the adoption of tho new constitution there has alwiin been a dispute as to what day thud first ballot for United States Senator shall be taken The constitution provides than the legislature shall meet the Tuesday after tho first Monday in JanuaryT every two years The law in refer j once to tho election of a senator I says tho first ballot shall be taken on tho second Tuesday after thin legislature meets and organizes The question at issue is whether to count tho Tuesday upon1 which the legislature meets as ono of the Tuesdays or not If it is counted then the first ballot will bo taken Tuesday January 11 but if it is not counted thou Tuesday Janu aryMwill witness tho first ballot Heretofore when the quos tion was raised a ballot has been taken on both the Tuesdays so there could not bo mummy irregular itV and this may bo dune this sea tt sun j I Pileino Cures Piles Money refunded1 if it ever fails When yon hays head ache or neuralgia try Triphene Sold by S S Combs Sons Campton tumid IL lF Pieratt HaolI Green Ifjj N r p r ii su i Ifitv 1- sinatas 1ICrI tso fell yoar rien s howl hlucnyou enjoy ehes- r CIi i r fi ti 7 oo cooaYoooooovoacaQ IFooor CJ Ir c iJrc 7 I 0I0ii The following school books eau be bouglt at this ollice at less than ikalirs liners A saying of lo per cent is guar anteed you nut you must be quid as those arc allc have Fryos Elements ol Gography 52 zeals Fryes Compote Gconrajsuy SlOO Cyrs First Reader 23 cents Ei Cyrs Second neater 23 cccts Cyrs Third Reader 40 cents Cyrs Fourth Reader 43 cents Cyrs Filth Reader 55 cents Childrens Primer 10 come Prince Arithmetic Grade I16 cents I Arithmetic Grade III 16 centsII II Arithmetic Gratia IV 16 cents ILmqulgiGranmarI Our Government by Secy 60 cents Childs Book cf Eoallli 2t cents OurlBodies and Hen We Live Blaidssll 52 costs- Beginners American History 43 cents i Leading Facts of American History 80c SPENCER COOPER I pcaYrARr I a t EePERlcNCEt I iTRADEi eAnrono DESIGNS f mayquictlyaepuleprobablyTctlrmnI lwtenta I ipedall i i SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN lMautlfull nanll t tjsiX mOIl lOOK ON lAt-hirrxay NDcentMUNN CO act Urondnray New York ATTENTION LOTOWNERS 1 Sidewalks Must Now Be Built There ore a number of sidewalks in the town only portly built or Lndly built which must be eOIllleleduccorolJlJI Itionsj i I been kept quiet pending the decision in eelsNowof Trustees hits wile control ot the building of sidewalks it will be expected that alii walks be put in firstclass condition at uncIi There stilbe + Slroperttobuild JCJ peciScttioiuWMII CORD ChTBTTofILG il J i Iii1ii 1 10tiF 1 I I will sell tny farm of 159 ACRESnTotiMtinc lie about SO nrrwof cleared mare thou lislf lie which i in jmnlJh- ell ret ill jywil oak timber with one Good Frame Dwelling House of four room anti a good tlrillul wt 11 f Hver failing water and mithmw riilt amt stables also two tenant hoe M Therej is a Fume Vein of the BEST COAL ram which serersl thousand l H liils are Oleltch year The farm iis one end onc mlf miles from Hnswl Green A geed1 utr ain win IK made Iby applying in per nCor writing tll 1111I JIIl Conn Hazel Urcfii 1Ivy u fluiJotirr EUnS Ir have for sale now Silver Wyandotte Eggs at 100 for IX These Are Thoroughbred iBU1 srttJiir rain MHHC THOHOlOH ltltliD CHICKENS and Jill will lhe no ungcr sHtiriieil with the COMMON STOCK iMistllII frtKrviclKOliKKT J COllI HI Hazel Green la- ya0000c00000c00000300000000 EV o c J TIGER PATS 8 node IVrlift in Tit liill in Sal and 81 rI gI f Are IVmr thori iMitr Mathami 2 j Ibtur SliJIiin Any Ollur Q- Tc For Sale L y J Taylor Day 8 rt hiAZEL CR2EN KY v jCOOOCOOCOOOOOOCCOOCOOOOOo u u R OratEWHEELER PRACTICAL BlAGKS J1frHS 1N D AI Aful i1 sllh- ln tUd11UU HAZEL GIUEN KY Iuvits tht atuiition i f t Ii oX fllreJur of this viio cinity to tlitir ill 1 p roved firiitiH for blnckniithing and wagnnnating as welt as repair xvarl if all tims A full force tit fil4 clsc nuilianic insure laoutptnein time rxocittioii of nil work eiitrtiniw ttoi tiuni and satisfac tion iis Kiiariinteeil iin ail east a Itupiry building midi wMgon mating lire our ell ciailisi Yttur jiatrofi c iirp spectlullYoicitrtland l will IM dulye1Iireciattil P1mrtrnlly ROSEl t WllKELER 1 te CAVEATS TRADC MASKS COPY1ahtiTS AND EStCNS J Sonil yournjj r T iroct toV ahlngton 5 saves tint coats li w Latter service rnalaIaryeseetalIUNflrCnteeartd r5 L iCTarCty17 EAR AcDtLLLaIcc arraisras EerertrrsV JZ CElaeuaa mot ttlt h y hum 5i s ytar- ff 8GRiRx9iaFSTNwsLil c AwN11 WaKt 1W NaSYNV tr0 u J jTI111 11II I 1 iY 1 Itchziiulrllsthant812 t 85 lA t sluwttr Jim Vtitchf fcJ ilKN1 FOLKS K 9ttc Imve them in Suckle in Sil HI vcr and Gold Every timepiece S fully gunrautrctl Prices jiAIO S i50 500 S1000 and upwardI i to tjIl Tliis size ISk Gold King IItS oval ntvlc Jgood heavy NiI 800 j Solid Gold Sings It In great variety Plain lint plain peal also Set Rings Wo have 1uliesniddies AlsoI tiny ones for the baby Prices from SiOO to 8100 FRED J IiMNTZ3 Manufacturing Jeweler Est Main St near Postofficc LEXINGTON KY L 9- 2SE2JBi2g IW oeaoooiiWM H IASII 9 flUorneYCLtLCLW1 iHAZEL CREEK KY I IIQiningI H OOOOOOOUUODtlOIIUJ e 6a wayir HOLIDAY GOODS SANTA GLAUS need in a f large store in which he can show his goods to advantage hit the nail on the head when he selected J T Days for headquarters HeI will have there the most wonderful lot of toys and jimcracks ever seen in Hazel Green Isiney Candies Toys Dolls anti everything lpretty will be g found there in profusion 8111all new and chnl1 so cheap that everybody may hue SIGHT IS GOOD and joti are invited to look before you leap tS LLTOYSCECIL 0 J d= ij Have just received find opened a complete line of the handsomest JlffI j i ind Animal and Mechanical Toys overseen in Hazel Green which are to please the children and their stock of JBICJLIDA G IEiwill please everybody that sees itHS prices are very low THe GfiJistnt3S Dullo DIe Binging1 Andl the pretty maids are sing ing right merrily the while because at 1 THE DAY MILLINERY may be found everything in style On our bells are pie turgid other bells whose beauty can only be enhanced by a stylish hat from this bazar of fashion where may be hadall the wraps jackets etc arKverythingI time lowest 1prices quality considered IIfei ernIFj s Y B n iji 1 fJ GmLJJMAKIs YOU IFEEL LIKE GIVING SOMEJKETTY tj j1JJI Olt Yon WIFE WITH SOMETHING NR El IF SO V Jour 0Hw- tl reit e jt jtIIS PREPARED TO ACCOM MODATEYOU WITH EVERY lPp iVELTY THAT HEART COULD DESIRE OR TASTE j- c iii 1 I EMANIl f DO NOT FAIL TO EXAJIINETHI3 LIS r Itt r I I j iijt i ixTHING ITIS A 1LEASURE TO SHOW OUR GOODS i IiGREENR- OBaEJIIY s s= = = A E = Era I I I BnZEL CIIIIIIiIiIIiIIIlfIilttllwllllllllllllariiea t lea ana licit NORMAL AND PREPARATORY SCHOOL School iu astern ooKentiuky beganikl1 September 3 E ofEi1 EE The Second Session begins JANUARY I1190Y S i1A men and women withgF t Commercial Normal Musical and Ministerial Depart GRADUATEjL E t D1IrTttUlun S200 per tweak iiartlrulnrK write U= = W IJ Comm Principal wtiEE i 8Cheapest Store On Earth Quality of Goods Considered = 1 H F SERATT ft DKALEU IK il1i At i1iii i iiIlive Stock Country Produce 4LIVERY AND Fp STABLE Horses Hacks Buggies c for hire at all times and charges reasonable z tLUIWBERRough Dressed and Tongue and Grooved feetyetTA E Y All outstanding taxes must be settled now 011 levy will be made as I have only until DontdelayyouYour PIERATT S t S 1- k f w Ji Ir CatarrhiIs a constitutional disease It originates in a scrofulous condition ol the blood and depends on that condition It oftfn causes headache nod dizziness impairs the taste such anti hearing af fects the vocal organ disturbs the stomn It is always radically and permanentlyr cured by the bloodpurifying alterative and tonic action of Hoods Sarsaparilla This cnat medicine has wrought the most wonderful cures of nil diseases depending on scrofulaI or the scrofulous II I =JIS lILLoJ 5tt tho tat cthartc THE HEMLD I I tWednesdavti burg Cashier Archibald of tho West Liberty lank was hero Tuesday in the interest of that institution l Rev II D Adams has moved into tho dwelling recently erected by our friend and fellowcitizen E F Cecil You can pay for THE HEUALD l in onions Irish potatoes spare ribs itc so there is no excuse for t ignorance Robert J McLin has been con fined to his home this week from I an attack of what Dr Nickell fears may develop into pneumonia ttCurtis Qtiicksall of Frozen slinking hands with friends here ontt Wednesday and also visited his father and mother near Ezel AMERICAS Greatest Medicine is iriIlabecjiuseit pv scjs unoiiualled curative powers inlits record of cures is GREATEST Joseph A Rose who has beeu with Rose Wheeler for several f months past has moved to Still water where he will remain during c the winter countfters arrived hero Tuesday and the i young ladies matriculated at the academy WednesdayI fflJarred at tho brides fathers r S M Tyler of Grassy on New Year day Miss Mary Juno Tyler and George Dyer Rev H D Adams officiating Blank School Reports for use o- fjji teachers of public schools for sale- S at this ollice JOO 50 cents ZOO 1 75X 800 100 Miss Anna Belle Combs of Camp itOil accompanied by her brothers Harry and C B Combs of Jackson r woro guests of Mrs Alice Pieratt Wednesday night UtOndt3l the wedding of nndatI riand Miss Kash Under the caption Editorial I Gratitude the New York Sun of j I Dec 19 reproduces our thanks to j i5 Mrs W H Cord and Miss Mary contribi department of this paper I leaetenter the Kentucky School of Med t ioiue They will go by way of 1 Jackson where they will spend a II few days visiting Mrs Swangos 1 rP4Crane The enrollment of the academy for the term beginning Jan 2 1902 was larger than ever before i known in the history of the school and representatives from every point of the compass are here to attest tho popularity of this pop ular school Tho many friends hero of W P i Cecil of Cedar Bluff Va regret to hear that he was taken violent lly ill OiilaI few days since and is I threatened with typhoid fever Ho s married Miss Lilly Evans of this place quite recentiy and loft hero in robust health t Sam Patton a prominent and iJwelltodo citizen of Quicksand Breathitt county was the guest of H F Pieratt for breakfast yester day morning He was hero with his stepson who entered the acade my yesterday for the spring term Mr Patton returned home by way of Pinbook where he owns a fine farm Lk Seiler Gets 3334 for His Victory The treaa y department Dec 23rd drew aA arrant in favor of Rear Admiral Schley for 3834 as his share of the prize money due him for the destruction of the Spanish fleet at Santiago July 3 1898 I COUNTY NEWS NOTESt 06TTo insure insertion AIL corresV l B byMonday m i that 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 SUNNY SIDE I John II Brooks bought a cow of ID H May of Daysboro Price paid not known I A number of our young folks have attended the protracted meet ing in progress nt Daysboro Mrs Ella Coldiron of Hazel j Green was visiting from Friday I till Sunday in this section Ponder Spencer and wife ofII Menefee county are visiting parents J Eo Brooks and wife Misses JLoula and Maude Taul bee of Daysboro spent Friday night of list week at this place Our Christmas turkey Hew against a stake and killed itself last week Wish Christmas had j come before it diedIMrs JtV j and Mrs E B Oney of this place j spent last Thursday with Mrs Elis Johnson of Lacy creek ICa1lie Oney spent Saturday and Sunday of last week with Bud jSwangoaml family of Stillwater j and reports a fine time Scott Lacy who has been visit ing his parents for some months left Tuesday for his western homo Our young folks will miss him Misses Clark Long and sister Sueaud Miss Ada Xickell of Hazel Green passed through hero n few days ago en route to Salem Mor gait county The girls had quito a long walk Not long since we met with our young friend Ely Kash of Land saw and he informed us that he had just closed his scljpol on Lacy creek but would begin a select school at that place about the Gth of January Ely is a good teacher Wo received a number ofnice Christmas presents and among them was a large doll The donor thought that on receiving it we would blush but we assure them they could not have pleased us bet ter We have given it the most prominent place in our home Jan 1 SUSIK SUNBEAM SWANGO SPRINGS SAYINGS Dr 0 II Swango of the Heights gave us a business call Monday jI IJudging from that letter last weekwe know that Beauty still holds the Spring of Holly j ij Slop he- Blightj fineI I I i You can always tell them from the rest They never do well afterwards but stay small and sicklyIt I is worse to see a blight strike children Good health is the natural right of children But some of them dont get their rights While the rest grow big and strong one stays small and weak Scotts Emulsion can stop that blight There is no reason whysuch a child should stay small Scotts Emulsion is a medicine with lots of strength in itthe kind of strength that makes things growScotts Emulsion makes children grow makes them eat makes them sleep makes them play Give the weak child a chance Scotts Emulsion will make it catch up with the retThis picture represents the Trade Mark of Scotts Emulsion sad is on the wrapper of every bottle Send forfrte sample SCOTT BOWNE 409 Pearl St New York 5ocandi all druggists 1Will Waldeck of Hazel Green Swango and wife a I pleasant call Wednesday Green Taulboo of Lick branch was hero Saturday with tho view of locating in our little village Harry Cecil and his sister Miss Lilly of Goodwin Chapel were00 with their grandparents last week Miss Eliza Nickell and her brother Wiley attended tho en tertainment and Christmas tree at Hazel Green It seems that Miss Eliza1 1 was remembered by a Drake as she carried home a nice present littleIisondescended tho Hoods came rniusl I lasted two days and nights they wore safely anchored in the Sunjday I Jan 1 UNO CAMPTON BRIEFS W Clay Campbell of Hazel Green was in town Tuesday i Prof F D Palmotor returned Friday from a visit to Montgomery county H C Lacy and wife of Hazel Green were visiting in town Saturday and Sunday Miss Miranda Roberts of Flat Ky spent Xmas with J F sant and family vanII Nora Congleton daughter W Congleton of this place is very low at this writing with fever I Buell Combdforinerly of Breath itt counlbut now of Champaigne Ill is visiting relatives at this place Rev Bedinger pastor of M E church at this place is holding ni protracted meeting on Bear Pen creek near town Rev Millard Stamper and Rev Ball both of Lee county preached at tho Baptist church at this place Saturdry night and Sunday Logan Shockey of Lee City was in town Saturday engaging board for himself and brother who will attend the K W A this winter A social was given to time young people of town and vicinity Xmas night Many young folks gathered in and were happily entertained WYF Tyler who has been teaching school at Freuchburg returned I homo Tuesday lIe says he will begin a winter school at that place Jan 13th Butler Cox of this place attend ed funeral services of his undo Felix Bullock at Jackson He tells us that five men are under arrest for the murder On Thursday Dec 27th Taylor Wiremau of near town eloped i with Miss Mary Jane Horton also i of near town On arriving at tho clerks office at this place to ob tain his license ho found to his great astonishment that the girls I I father had found out the scheme of the run aways and had ordered the clerk not to issue the license Mr Horton took his abandoitedII Ithe wedding was i ofiLIor during 24 years there has been 26 men killed in Wolfe county j and in nearly every case whiskey was the cause May the day come when it as we may call it The everlasting curse of humanity may be ruled out ofa civilized country atilt in its stead be erect ed institutions to the glory of God and the people may not tolerate that which is a draw back to civ ilization Jan 1 POT HOOKS STILLWATER SPARKLES- S J Wells was visiting Squire Taylor Sunday Kelley Roso is visiting on the Stamper branch Mrs Martha Wells is on tho sick list with rheumatism Robert J Rose has been serious ly ill but is somewhat better The farmers are just now finish ing gathering their 1901 corn crop Robert L Rose has gone to Broathitt county to cut saw logs Several of our people 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TIllS OFFICE AND SATJiFACTJN GUAThthTFE1 NAJL CASES H G ROBINSON BEATTYVILLE KY General Salesman R M HUGHES LOUISVILLE KY Manufacturers of Hi Vinega Solicits orders from the merchants mountains and guarantees mail order will receive prompt IIKE HARTFIELD- II Headquarters Mt rl1D nEPKES- ESTSCUCCENHEIMER LYNCHBURO VA Importers and Jobbers of Dry tloDI and Fancy Goods We the well known If BEATSALL Overalls Hold your orders until bum the When I Grass ursBlies I FALL 1901 I Ornamental Trees Grape Vices j Asparagus and everything fur Lawn and Garden We sell direct prices to time plsnteranu have no I General Catalogue on application YOUIeIIBIUB II F IIILLEN3IEYER Lexington Kj i firstclass cafe for ladies r has been opened in Hotel Annex oppos C t O depotwlieroall of time season are in firstclass style Ladis especially are invited J N Thousands Have Sidney Trouble and Dont Know it How To Find Oct Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let it stand twentyfour hours a- 1i sediment or set tlin Indicates mT E lnh lthY condl t j cf lhe kid Inejs if it stains M your linen it Is 0 evidence of kId fIney trouble to- oi frequent desire tto i pass it or pain In alsoiare orderWhat to Do There is comfort in the knowledge soI SwampRootwish In curing rheumatism plnln the back kidneys liver bladder and every part i i InabilityiIt or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extra Y ordinary effect of SwampRoot is soon j realized It stands the highest for Its won derful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists inSOc andl sizes I You may have a sample bottle of thl wonderful discovery fiXV and a book that tells r 1 1moreabout It both sent sisi s absolutely free by mail 1 i1 address Dr Kilmer nom or seas r noot- ff roOCo Binghamton N Y When writing men lion reading this generous offer In this paper Important NOVlPost Office Rulin t BULLETIN No G i Dear SirTho Post Office Officials at Washington D C hay JUST RULED that a subscription ttto any publication entered as second class matter MIST BE IISCONTIXI E ED when tho time for which it iis PAID IN ADVANCE has expired f This is such a radical ruling and1 directly opposite to all law and1 previous rulings that it means n comploto change and revolution iin the publishing businoss This riding will greatly reduce the dream tion of nearly all papers anti caus o tho withdrawal of many advei tisements until a loxrerrute is putt into effect This vitally atTecl s you for it prohibits extendingi credit to your subscribers and reduces your ciculation and value t 01 advertisers Any violation of thi will deprive the publisher of his pound rate- Immediate and concerted action is necessary1stWrito or wire the newl appointed Post Master Genera Hon Henry C Payne at fecal u kee Wis where he is at present 2ndWrito your U S Senator r also Congressman 3rdLet us hear from you Address GEN C II HOWARD Pres National Publishers Bureau 500 Masonic Temple Chicago Ill Dec 24 1901 Child Worth Millions My child is worth a million to mo says Mrs Mary Bird of Harrisburg Pa yet I would hat lost her by croup had I not puir chaseda bottle of One Miuut e Cough Cure One Minute Cough Cure is sure coure forcou hscroup and throat and lung troubles A absolutely safe cough cure whit h acts immediately The youngesst child can take it with entire safety t The little ones like the taste and remember how often it helped them Every family should hat a bottle of One Minute Cough Cure handy At this season especially it may be neededsuddenlyH tTT Never attempt to master a dimi culty until you encounter it the vibrations of fear are dangerou companions upon a structure of uncertainty She Wants it Published Goochs Mexican Syrup has give perfect satisfaction in my familyr and I want to recommend it tc f everyone as the best romedy for coughs colds and all lung troubles A young lady in my employi who had been forcod to quit work and who had been given up to di e by her friends with consumption I has by the use of GoochsiMexicai Syrup been restored to health and1 is now at work earning her living and enjoying good health She wants me to publish this ap itma bo the means of saving the life of some other consumptive 0ftRather be accused of overzeal 1 in effort than charged with lack of energy and originality t Food Changed to Poison Putrefying food in the intestines s i produces effects like those of arsenic but Dr Kings Now Life Pilla expel the poisons from clogged bowels gently easily but surely v curing constipation billiousncss v rlMslwok headache fevers all livera = fir +kid OnlytSSonCnmptondrngetoresl it WMonthIYWorldi tw advan j t f 1rt H WomaAns Awful PerilII There is only one chance to save your life and that is through an operation were the startling words heard by Mrs 1 B Hunt of Limo Ridgo Wis from her doctor after he had vainly tried to cure her of a frightful case of stomach troublo and yellow jaundice Gall stones had formed and she constantly grew worse Then sho hogan to use Electric Bitters which wholly cured her Its a wonderful Stomach Liver and Kidney remedy Cures Dyspepsia Loss Appetite Try it Only 50 ctofII Guaranteed For sale hy J I Day Hazel Green or S S Combs t Sons Campton druggists i IThere is Fome consolation in the hope that present lackof apprcci ntion will bo atoned for hy future j gratitude who are foolish enough tto I IIonl money without security are pttysI went when duped 1You cannot buy standard piano I organs buggies sowing machines clocks watches and jewolr as cheap any whoro else as you cnnI 11of mo Como and see samples and you will be convinced You d I not hero to risk your money with email order houses tf J T GEVEDOS Onoof the mostdospicablo fault in human nature iis that weakncs aI which permits us to injure one wo wronged 1The sunkissed sloop ofa clear conscience is the worth rewardlI of good intention and honest of fort JWANTED Trustworthy men and1 women to travel and advertise fort old established house of solid linen cia1 standing Salary 750 a yea and expenses all payable in cash I Xocanvassng required Give refer fences and enclose selfadd rossei 1I stamped envelops Address liana gor 355 Caxton Uldg Chicago tfr I IThe accidental combination o f unavoidable circumstances often make wise men appear as fools and vice versa I II have pain ted a mind picture of an iimpossible woman one who could love n man for his faults as- a mother lows a child in pain Henry Pieratt bought all the i picture frames the agent of the Chicago Portrait Co had left ora- n is selling them 50 per cent cheaper than the went sold them The number is limited and if youI want one youd better move in a hurry as they are going like hot j cakes yJtf A man in tears is suggestive o hoep j those whose emotions never waste them Some time while offering ni11 excuse to ourselves we assail then sincerity and honesty of another When you have head echo or I neuralgia try Tnphene Sold by S S Combs 1C Sons Campton am- I H F Pieratt Hazel Green tf Those who champion the cause ofunder dogs must expect to re cehe the snarl of victorious curs Marriage is the corner stone o society upon which are built many frail structures Vitae Ore will relieve you of alll aches and pains Agents wanted Apply to or address with stamp r Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky- r Unselfish love finds permanen I thosoISome crimes may become nets ofcharity in the worthy purpose of their commission Nothing Else So Sure 1Iothers who give their little givegeffective worm medicine made Wo do not as a rule suspect our friends of treachery consequently thus thrown ofPour guard wo often suffer from their lack of Iloyalty Thank God for the woman ini my natuo faultor virtue it has hurt no one but myself thosCommercial College of Kentucky j University By early application at this office some young man can j several dollarssave tfIi opi opIiont jj whatjgrIofj i tf I ASTH 1 A CURE fREE I8tJuna eLi rXjnAS J1Hd auty hJ at slllrtttJ aLvttkC7 a n tSCS SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL WHIT YOUR KAMI ANI ADUKKSS iIa1NiV PROPKIETOU- the connection pad best i There is nothing lik ASTHMALENK It brings instant relief oven the eases IIt all ulsr failsi The Rev C EIIsof III Your trial b tttle of Asthma lene in good conm I l you how thankful I Jttl for 11111l Irons it IIsvgs a sllvI cliaitnd iputrid sore throat ud Asthma for 10 yours 1 of iver Mug clued I wiw y air adveitiscment for the of dais trlJlflIl jug dUca e Asthma and thought you hud nverspoktn yoursclvts hat rcsoUfd give it a teal To my aifnnUhmeut the trial acted like a charm Send mo a full size bottle 0 I Rev Dr Morris Wcclisler Rabbi of time Coup 1nai Israi- lNiv Yom January JitOI Diis fur Uros MIDICXK Co Gentlemen Asthmaleup is PX remedy for Asthma and Hay I its composition alleviates all troublts which with Asthma Its success iis astonuhini and wonderful I IAfteriaing it canfully a1I111STRdwe can state that AjtlimMone contains no chloroform or ether Very ttruly youis lil MOURIS WECHSLKi- AVON n Sinixes X Y February I mOl Di linos Mrnicisi Co Gentlemen I this testimonial from a sense of duty having tested the wonderful effect of your Asthmalem for the euro of Asthma My wife hns beau aillictid with spasmodic asthma for past I12 years Having exhausted illyawn skill as well as many others chanced no your sign upon your windows lUth I street New York I at once obtained a bottle of AsthiiKilt nc 511y wife com 1111 II e1- about fiat of November I toon noticed a improvement Alter using one bottle Aslltira has diappearl and she ia entirely free from nlII symptoms I feel that I can consistently reeoinmend ate medicino to all who irt alllictcd with this distressing Yours respectfully HII ELIS 51L D o IUiHDli l jj Gentlemen I vas troubled with Astlnna for 21 years I inure tried neuter IK remedies but they have all failed I ran eons your ndvcrtivmtnt nll1oRIItl with n trial bottle I found relief once I hovel since purchased your full rizt bottle and I am ever grateful I have family of Lass ehildieuand for six yiwas unable work I am now in the best of health am living busiaesa every day This testimony you can male Mich use ofUI you wee lit address lr Rivington strict lLA 11IitliL1 IIIIome Gi East 121thI street Nw York City Wxisil bottle W nil A wolKtoly ri Q QIt tce1it Orn flA Ino not delay Write at I1noteI nnq MEDICINE COMPANY 7J Eat ISOtli Street New York City J 0LD 1 X UlJ n IS R c=u rtJ = I axIj FSAL ie J rPaltt6 i I l FOIt Till nr t f I inn Tllhut WIST lol- i h matte upon ceJl sibUII11lIti mil side tt Y IF = u ir JJ IG JI gJ C lJ c J = c IJ = 7 HH l 3 I 7 dd == ft i 1ii d tl j i t s I rJ C r1 iE i ff i 1 s t i2 We Qj i J 1t f I 5 f ii 1 us c B S1 2 = eI r J3E jI GREEN KY N IThis house his recently been ami under the present man- i clUent will to maintain the high of public is solicited Sample rooms for Livery stable in where horses vehicles will have the attention J f I in worst cures when F Villa Riclro says rtccivrd Ilion cannot tell the derived with euro to Your an eclliiit Fever and combine opium TAll wiito the to Oil taking it the Ilry rmliral the disease O D at to and r B continue in it 6f I gtt10 UnfH S11 AlHS onII nUjY CIZiaG lj Iwall LA IBSR IIUnion StockYards advance llshutrn CiSJC5KKAT2 QJJ fl AYJ is rf Ift iji j 0 nAdJt 77r- r pfi iI 11 1Jtl jtCJ ENVELOPES If NOTEHSADS BILLHEADS LETTERHEADSi SALEBILLS PROGRAMS f- IP fCATALOGS MINUTES EastCoiPresses PIP have Three jjExperienceparison and Defy Competition When you want PRINTING come 7fRespectfully SPONGER COOPER rIDAY HOUSE jIuzmGRAHAM refurnished nOlIreuolIttI homelikedepartmentThepatronage respectfully commercial tourists despaired Etablished G- 5Cv ERCI nl t t MWEt9 VIXC11ESTKIJ KY X n WIT lEKSPOON residentJit D HI NTKU Cashier Paid up Capital 10000000 Sn plus 20 XMXOO 40121048Thismer chants farmers traders aril1 business met Kentuckyand andtheoflegitimate x r i IM 1 I c+l fifrfJrMit 19Ei1TaiittoowtaaxMtwW01ri0ObaGJG200000 J 048PSMt4tvCW4N4 504000900D VQ40o0iiI UIJsfftdI4FF PsflDtstiI t i 1ff f u c T We are Headquarters for Santa Claus We are Loaded from Cellar to Gar ret with useful Holiday Presents Beautiful Sl110kiDg Jackets from Alfred Benjamin Co Beautiful AquaProcf RaiJ Coats from Alfied Benjamin Co Beautiful Bathing Robes from Alfred Benjamin Co Beautiful Overcoats and ulsters from Alfred Blmamin Co Beautiful Silk Umbrellas and Canes OlH OWN IMPORTATIOX Beautifulkkinds Fownes s TilE l1II mn WOltLD IX l Beautiful line tof Ladies Trunks and Bags Beautiful i n- Beautiful J of Mens Leather Suit Oases Bags line of Neckwear ftfllffiers Suspenders Night w HandkerchiefsEI Genuine Macintoshes Rain Coats Etc Etc JUST THINSt WHAT USEFUL PRESENTS 1 gjg What a Beautiful Present one of those DICK S H R Y 0 C K- F SUITS made to order would be j We have the largest stock in Kentucky Beautiful Boys IY Childrens ISweaters Beautiful Mens Caps i LOUSS Ot CUS STRAUS THE LEADING KENTUCKY CLOTHIERS I rLcE Jl li 9 Yu StI L entukJTime Airituturul md Mfvliauicul State Culkoff Kttitucly tilers the following nurses oilf i ttudy viz- Ariciilturirl i llorti ulitiial Cb n ical lIiiulacirJl MjulMiiiHtiiml Nurna- lBcbd ChiiKal Miihtucdl llitihterin kUelricui EIiJll ring irivil I KuRinrtrinp each ntI wviih extr s rer four jtar andl Kadn In a iijireo lv l griulimte tour ea1sttuiv are alaj provided lestlmp t1Ic1 to H mas i tars degree Each cnbrof siudy iis erg Miixni u dir a wjwrate facility The general faculty Miriilur more than thirty profonr 1111 instructors County AppOhltaGB receive tuition rnoui rent in cl JflUturhsI- tIfI soot lights mid if tiny remain twi month truvtiin expenses llie h ttjrtitoriOll and nitis tiui8 are lafWII cijuijiprdI comjirehensivt SHM 1 modem TJw lat Lfpiilutiire appn riattN JX 0 0 for a college home for young Wtimcti said a dnii lull and Tinuosiuiii has beiu provided fur men Military taciife and niuc are fully provided for and required by CongriM llrwlujlcs fritm the mvrrul course of study readily find excellent paw tins nnJ iUrnlI rtmlmNJtlii The demand isi largely in excess of the ability f the iolkge tn supply- Last year the matriciiUtion titi was ttJO IFurCHinlogue iintlinl of obtaining niKitittncnt information regarding of study nsid term ofaumisaioni apply to JAMES lr PATrEIlSON Ph D LL D President Or to Prof D C FRAZSF Business Manager Loxington I- irFall Term begins September 10th I- u1 W R CRAWFORD COILive Stock Commission Merchants FOU TIm SALE OF J 1 I epI0IBourbon Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY have an 1a tins outlet for uil ii iruiie stork at high prices Consignmentsi I IWe 2IIlt ine chferlullv imucrrd Eica r Er i mittt f sttrSii MIOJH STIUCII IN TIMI i I i IladhesTonictasteei i 11111IU1I theHotteri syaUtnTinI C 81 i f11f iX3E Jd IJJ 0 TE J2 As wellt a Sure Ln for tliillsand IVvtrs Swamp Fe ers and Bilious Fevers Just what MIII ntrdnt ibis seas- oniTvla IJIfihl Laxnli4o Nervous Sedative Splendid Tonic Cualiiiti Tl3 it Dim t take an ul tiliitr At lrttgrIsssoc mill ftil Ilullles h lIUJAJaH l ucoiswulTit It JWI fortsI csrssueccssinNtr4ql ROSiN50NPETTET COproves lluehe Iaatea gnat reaISCUIaultTiilledyfnrChillsallmalaralfcvcrI LOUISVILLE KENT- UCKYzrK 1E t 4 0 Ti IJR Ji WmITHYifI wnmlDI ft a LL NE SUILSCRIDEI1S AND ALL OLD ONKS WyO IHJXEW IX 5U DAYS FOU TIII Hazel Gretul lKraId r l r YorkMonthlyI I beforethatpremium r = WOELDTUB coverItreproduclionsI of artisticpress appliances tanking amagazine unrivaled in the of ofitsEach issue contains stories of travelstoriesgnthQrcdt results of researchws numbers contributorscumicpageswill befunny paragraphs and pictures- A feature each month will bo the thomostmoment the eyeInmattartr one no is onoofi from the great city of New entcrtaiunimanyant to gtZj Subscription 50 Cents a Year But everyanhperiber new be1Q REGAIN YOUR EALTH WITH i Fimu91 f t I 1L 04040060 rrLij1MI1 S OOQIOOOOJ NATURES DOCTOR FOR MANKIND r rY r Fili aT CURES Rheumatism La Diptheria Crippe wr Brights Disease Blood Poisoning Kidney Liver and Stomach Troubles tFemale Complaint Catarrh and General Debility Zill=7 if CURESWHEW ALL ELSE FAILS I i RDAD THE TESTIMONY OF TWO WELL KNOWN CITIZENS OF WOLFE Mr Cooper Hazel Green Ky I purchased some of the Vitro Ore of you in the latter part of March and after taking about a half pint of the VitwOrc Elixer my nerves were as steady is when I was 16 years of age and I am now past 75 For more than a year Ibad 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 Vitce ore which my wife brought me from your house After using it a week I went oplays as hard work as I have done in 25 rears and I was not more fatigued than I was 25 years ago over the same work It is the grandest medicine in the world md I want everybody in the mountains tii know I matt1Yt buyita I remain thankfully yours for putting neon to this reme y JAMES LACY s II can vouch for every word Mr Lacy ys in the above I am his wife and b ught the medicine of Mr Cooper for- mIt though I didmnot have much lai h i ij it because we had tried so nja 17 t mlllings that didn good I have ia so anabin years whit b I at ribute to its usell t LAOfLacy1 EOT Vitn 0re is f 1 a package aliti h makes 1 quart of Elixer D08C 0no teaspoonful in gJlSIIjwater Mailed o- any address on receipt of price Addfei J SPENCER COOPER HAZEL GREEN ItY- Ni