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THE CHICAGO PST Chicago III 1 11 T I IHIS FATHERS SON handsSiltroom I t baoitSheboomr11 I staleShe donoI great That Thou dost bltss me In my sonT i She closed h r faded happy eyes ItAwaypinyInI Her jtrattllnu comrad all day long BrainWhere t song The nrleveHe liltleaveWhenraw Her task of years to pray to plan hoarlTuman As the ylteper by the northland fjord boomTheShe meets her son within her room Longing to clasp her eatfer hands She thinks not of the burdened ttierwonItcittearsThankl A strong true mac his fathers son Charlotte Whttcorab In Minneapolis housekeepert 11111111111111111111111111 I pHERiuI By Ernest MGaflbj 11I1I1111I11 J ++ tCopjrlgLt lOll by AulLur b1nd5cts HE was a coeel and hail formed- iiiialterztlile an S rebiilvr nevtr to marry For that was to sink from the concrete ui tlit general or in other words into nonentity anti she felt herself too val uable t ii be disposed of in that way t Her very name Kthelinda lotltlillton t i aysiMi pledged her to IIUlet hill Oilit of the common suit she had resolved from her earliest ehildhood to rise tu that eha nee eome what mIght Ev erybody knew thinllll knew also that site was looking for a career that wuiild be worthy of her aspirations hIlt careers do not blossom every dayl anti Kthiliniln hail not yet found hers though the last year of her university course was drawing to a close Of course she had not failed to put fate to the touch in various ventures before this time hut though tthese had mainly turned to apples of Sodom Ito tIll taste her spirit was unbroken Xii desperandiim val the motto em broideni on the glove which sIll threw down to fortune and her con duet bore suit the proud defiance Early in her teens she had joined womans dub to be a leader amoiifj ILIVOlilCilimagination She would reveal to the downtrodden of her set the lofty ideals upon which she fashioned herself and theywould rise up and call her blessed Alas fur the airy fabrics of fancy It so transpired that women with few exceptions did not want careers bu insisted mi marrying and making mere backgrounds of themselves in spito of her jilowin periods And worst of all they made fun of her Only a IstoicIlIEthelinda was not of that unpleasant variety Nothing daunted however she root I a the round of every ism and olopy e xitant and after careful consideration made her choice That department Ihscience known to professordom as e itltomology but in vulgar parlance t luded to as liugologr became her passion Being a young person of sit r prising energy whatever she undertook she did with all her might and In a short time she was heath over ears in her new pursuit Creeping things which most people shun with loathing she cultivated with enthusiasm She made friends of the slimy denizens of pools anti marshes smiled on slugs and worms and even took the furry caterpillar to hor heart Admirable as this was from it scientific point of view it only added fury to the tempest raging in the breast of the professor of belleslettres in the university He had long worshiped at Ethclindas shrine and had always strongly disapproved of her mental vagaries hut this last one was too much for his patience already sadly frayed He resented with fierce dis gust the new rivals that had come between him and his love For though he had been told repeatedly and latterly in tones unmistakably acid that there was no hope he still persisted in his pursuit convinced that faint heart never won fair lady anllNpund I ing much precious time in devising ways and means for the subduing of obdurate henrts Kthelinda was the valedictorian of the graduating class of that year and as such had the opportunity of hcr life presented to her She dared an innovation and won Departing from the platitudes made and provided for such occasions she made no allusion to the alma mater from whose shel terillg arms the class was about to take its plunge into the coltl raw world without but instead gave her audience a little lecture on hugh and joyously predicted the day when they would be served up metaphorically speaking morning noon and night at every table in the land Sonic of her hearers clapped in ap promI some smiled in derision hut on the whole it was very well talccn Only the professor of belleslettres rishudderedii ly made still firmer resolves to wini the audacious speaker Ethelindn was worth saving from the slough of nbsurditiy in which she was wallow ing and he would be her savior The professor had concocted a plan and the blessed vacation time coming to his aid he threw himself Into it heart and soul With awful mend so I ity he declared himself a convert to Miss Graysonjvhobby and aft lthe 1 f whore with Miss GmyHon rnrriedi the I hn rallldherfor her hi wituiways made himself indispensnhh loll is- eally quite useful Kthelindn nc knowlcdpcd to IltrseIrhI dont know what I tdiould do without him Hut there came a time which though Ktlieliuda was unconscious of tifo ranIby the town had the habit of user owing its hanks in the sprinjr freshets leaving behind in get tilig back into its channel long stretches of the loveliest of Hats teeming with insect fe a very paradise for those devoted to that kind of game Ethieiinda avuts ill rapturc over tue prospect and no sooner had the sun established a safe footing over the dailytopro pelled by the professor hurrying to t fThustlhingstream the little boat sprung a leak t E tlhe0ollso go back on her ol lInt there was nothing for her but to make minI as quickly as possible anti from that pa oint the shore seemed perilously far way Kthelinda would have fallen flat in three feet of water lout the professor could if need were swim like a duck antI now there was ur gent call for all his science nllyrent at the bottom of the boat Kth elinda proffered hers the river was lheld in abeyance lint IhiWas clear I 3only a makeshift Any moment their frail vehicle might fail them And then what Why the swift cur rent of the remorseless stream which would snatch them away from life anil light forever and bury them fathoms deep in sand anti unsightly i lelurisMKthelinda thought of this for onellreadfihnguuiizimig moment then l i IIplaking ittI sayimigilie was telling her in tones that there was no immediate danger that even if the worst came to the worst he could swim with item to shore provided slit remained calm and did exactly as he told her to do White and rigid she promised though I in tier heart she saw very little hope The professor was on the contrary almost gay lie plied the oars vigori ously humming a lively tune though the water in the boat continued to iincrease alarminglyI To Kthelinda It 5s teeiuueiitile current hnd been cleared and shal llower space reachedtuThen without a moments warning the boat filled nnd they were up to t plueirforgetting her resolution screamed anti clung to the professor but that gentleman having hnd the presence of mind to seize an oar as he wentI overboard steadied himself by it Iwgging Miss Grayson to trust to him for he would save her if lie himself perished in the attempttFortunately at that point thus rivet lbottom was firm some good genius had surely directed their course and after the first shock Miss Grayson recovered her courage somewhat There was danger to be sure hut the seren iity with which the professor faced iitI shamed her fears and slit let him piit his left arm around her waist to l ourtsisted their struggling steps towardI the shore By merest Hiance ladMelvin had taken a spin on the water that morning anti while the professor and Kthelinda were rexcuing them selves from shipwreck wits watching them from a clump of hushes on the lbanks A fouroared boat was moored near by though what he might wantI with four oars going upstream too wax not clear- Helloprofes orhe shouted what are you and Miss Grayson doing out there Youll get wet if you dont mindIs that you Jack shouted the oprofessirboat if you have one anti help us outI of this beastly fix Upon say honor weve had a close call Ten minutes later the fouroared boat had justified its presence andI Ktlieliuda seated in the stern wax wringing the water from her drenched skirts and warmly thanking Tack MelI vin for his timely assistance Dont mention it said Jack tile professor had already rescued you when I appeared on the scene Yes replied Miss Grayson blush ling crimson I owe my life to the pro- Cessor and I shall always be gratefulI to him for the favor At the wedding a month later Jack Mclvin was best man and after the ceremony he kissed the bride shook hands with all the guests in defiance of etiquette and otherwise distin guished himself And while concen tration was concentrated upon Miss Grayson that was he held a short conference with the professor in which he lIe f1ed to allude to certain dark nnd mysterious trans actions known only to those two These transactions must have been of a peculiar nature for neither lacknor the professor smiled though their eyes danced anti the warm handclasp of both In goodby and the pro myboyDont Live Together I Constipation and health never go together D Witts Little Risers j promote easy action of the bowels without distress I have been troubled with costiveness 9 says J 0 Greene yearsII butlLittle This Explains Itself II t Tho following cointimnicntion hich is selfoxplniiutory should and would haw been published in ilast weeks paper hut for th fact tthat it was mishmi However fi Jwo an always glad to make the amend honorable when in error urouglu misinformation or oUter wise tuko inwo now pleasure seti jting Bro Greening right beforo lludlouri j i aforethought we verily believe upon tho part of our informant J But hear Bro Greening tt1r Cooper Kind Sir Illwithin letter and clipping taken j rotui your paper explains cause of uis note to you personally I be h lievo you to ho a gentleman and j tnt surely you didnt mean to do 10 an injustice knowingly And iif you didnt you will in your next paper correct till sumo When in Jyour statement referring to tho arrival of the now pastor of the i church you said he will1 1Eo two rooms of tho parsonageI ot occupied Tho Hmr Green jing whilo hero rented tho parson ago to Mrs Calvin Stamper and1 collected tho rent until February This statement is not truo I rent ed1 nothing Bro Pike routed her tho parsonage before ho left Herj son paid mo ono mouths rentI tfi jand 20 of this I gave hack to Irs Stumper in front of Taylor Days store as she will toil you i you will oimlttk her for repairs t thoso rooms I was entitled to iit all every cent for I had been paying rent on my householdI goods to the amount of fSiy andI iwas entitled to all of first quarters salary by tthe statement of both tho bishop an J of Presiding Elder Oney Electric Belt on Trial To introduce it and obtain agents iti undersigned linn will send a few of their Electric Hells on trialI tu the following terms 100 to bo paid in ten days if time Be ntivos beneficial Iud the balance t 11155Imeif aro a positive cure for Rhetima tism Neuralgia Kidney trouble toummitchamid Liver trouble Asth ma etc Address at onco GEKMYX EIKCTHIC Afixrv tf P 0 Box 187JNewYorkXY Breaks the Record J Piorpont Morgan of New Yorkon New Year broke tho recordof Now Years gifts Ho presented his employes with 250 oo being tho largest gifton record Ho gave each of his mon from tho office boy up a years salary Says He Was Tortured suffered such pains from corns I could hardly walkwrites II Robinson Hillsborough IlL but Bucklens Attica Salvo completely cured thom Acts like magic on sprains bruises cuts sores scaldsii I horns boils ulcers Perfect healer f skin diseases and piles Cure Guranteed SSc per box by J T Duty Hazel Green or S S Combs Sons Campton Judge Taft will be a busy man during the next few years if Ihe does all the things that have beenj llaid out for him to do Chicago News When you have head ache or uyneuralgiaI 8 S Combs it Sons Campton antIj H F Pieratt Hazel Green tf It is not absolutely necessary to lengthen the official life of Long St Louis PostDispatch I i I WE PAY I I JIfXICAN liMHFTPILLS To cure SICK HEADACHE I HABITUAL CONSTIPATION and all diseases arising from In- dIgestIonI They will purify your I blood and makayouroomplexlon I as FAIR AS A LILY They are gelatin coated PRICE 25 CENTS Sold by J M Rose Hazel Green Kyl rjrtL I Coughing II- S M l lIwas given up to die with r s quick consumption I then began H to use Ayers Cherry rectoral I l H improved ct ere aid aai now in a perfect helthCias E liar f man Gibbitown N Y t i Its too risky playing t I with your The coughItIti I t know it 3 i deep inf j the play will be over BeOi1 gin early with Ayers j I Cherry Pectoral and stop 1 the cough I lree stzi 2k sOc tI All4rcts ilnsuit oar laetr If iIe oYI itSe 1couII thru do ia ite nays If lio IrlU Jim i 10ft1 s 1 taijxweiJjtaljJ an= Jsta IA Faithful Official j IIInadvertently wo last WIk fail Ied to note till fact thai our fli cient sheriir A T Coinls Jiul received his quittil for tho fourth your of his ndininislratioii As was remarked when Ju first ollor d Ito make tIt race Flirnshor Comb ij is too good honed to hold such an jjoilic withoutI finjuiciallystifTfring in tho ond and tthe fact that he hail rocoivod his fourth quittiis lIIniorI II tfio assertion for itsi well known I j ijfjyetf 110Ii fsII by iis sure to do it if possible Hut j alas some whom he has befriend Leod1 Iby never reimbursing him lit has j made a good officer and retires with a record as clear as the noon = day sun Well tho of 15Wolfosay to him Well dono thou good and faithful servant Unfortun i ytClaintoto show that as ever ho has a warn j corner in their hears and though he may never lignin hold office he I will have tho proud consciousness of knowing that ho fultilled his = mission in a manly manner nnd retains tho respect of all May he livo to a green old ago and enjoy every hour of life iis our earnest individual wish and there aro othSi orsaye lots of em Children Especially Liable Bonus bruises and cuts aro ox tremoly painful and if neglected j often result in Mood poisoning Children aro especially liable toII such mishaps because not so ful As a remedy DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve is unequalled Draws out tho tire stops tho pain soon heals tho wound Beware of conn torfoits Sure cure for piles De Witts Witch Hazel Salve cured my baby of eczema after two phy sicians gave her up writes Jaims Mock X Webster Ind The sores were so bad she soiled two to live dresses a day II F IIKKATT lj It is interesting to observe that tho Bishop of Massachusetts gave tSecretary Long his blossittgIios ton Herald IJJJ- I A Profitable Investment was troubled for about coven I ears withmy stomach and in lied 11halfrSpOilt is 1000 and never could got any thing to holp mo until I tried Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure I have taken I a Mv bottles and am ontiroiy well You dont live iby what you fat imIi1l1togtst your food you zinc really stnrIfling Kbdol Dyspepsia Cure does tho stomachs work by digcstiii the food You dont have to diet eat nIl you want Kodol lojiep 1 t5 1les1 It ij going to ho a pretty ham thing to discredit Dowo Jliles and Schley till at oiiceBaltintorTj American Vitaa0ro willI relieve you of all aches and pains Agents wanted Apply to or address with stamp Spohcer Cooper Hazel Green Ky I JoWio +GOUHTY + DIRECTORY + F CIRCUIT COUKT FOllrthIclayinSoptfllllHTl 4 JuJcoAiumiissalreItlustoncy1 illnerCJt I FlintI0- COUNTY COURT mouthJJ e W Si Ttrr Clerk A TI COMII Sheriff L J ttnrnImUltI toiler Ci S IIIY Assessor IIIIIIIN OurCH urvoyor FISAXI sAJJiLE Coroner 0 MAttlSTUATKS COURTS fUll op JloimNo ASD Omcurs SJHOCKHVMngiftratc rt c- SKTOVUi DisTiiur JOHN Ot Hose jliI OllI1IleThursday in Ieinnry May iitistuiiiil XuvruiLcr Tiiutii UITllICTW 15 DITK Mag i J I StableCoiutilaysMa Fthiruaryy LrooMi ontnhlcCourtMarchJuneOIIAJIIIKUSMitg DAVJIIHANKHThirdFridaymlNorftrlIInTIIIIouvMaciclraleConthleCourtaturday Murch tie Sepumlier and Dectrnler 011111MIIaid no set te for holdiii court xiiigion and Eastern Railway Time Table in EHcct Get 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Editor I I = I HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY January 9 KF 1s02II HnzellGrcen enjoying is not of the spas medic or mushroom species1 r but the result of untiring en rrergyupon the part of Prof t Cord the principal and there r fore substantial and lasting Not simply1 by solicitation has 4 he been enabled to do this rbutby workwork bywhich he has been enabled to show that every student who matriculates receives the worth F of his money in instruction t and through discipline dem onstrating to patrons that the boys and girls have attained a dignity of selfrespect here that was foreign to them be fore Once they start in here they feel the importance of an education and almost in 4 stinctively they apply them selves They have a moral atmosphere and if disposed i to do right are almost sure to be the better for being here Then in the matter of board Nowhere could students be so wellcared for so cheat as at Hazel Green academy Indeed taken altogether it is at the cheapest tand best school 1 in Eastern Kentucky and with each succeeding term it grows in grace Parents will do well to investigate at once and then send their children here t THE democratic nominees i a of the caucus on Monday night t last at Frankfort are herewith appended As the general as sembly is overwhelmingly democratic dye the slate as here outlined will of course go through and here are the lucky ones For Speaker HouseFinn For SergeantatArms House Lougmire For Chief Clerk HouseStone For Assistant Clerk HousePe tersFor Enrolling Clerk House Miss Lyons For President Pro Tern Senate UtleyFor Chief Clerk SenateCrom well For Assistant Clerk Senate JonesFor SergeantatArms Senate Swango For Senate Doorkeeper Mc i S WateuFor atsou1xFor JanitorNorrisT- HREE men two of them s white and the third a negro are on trial at Lexington ton day for the murder of Jesse N Hawkins a prominent merchant of that town on the night of Dec 7th The evi =t dente against the trio is all t but thecircumstantial ne gro has made a partial con fession in which he implicates the two white men Howe er his confession is looked upon by many as a complete fabrication and this appears from an apparently welles tablished bli by both of the white men A Pinkerton detective is working up the case 4withthe assistance of the lo cal police ltxz k capturwposition at Frankfort y This time he goes in as sergeant atarms of the R state senate If we arc not mistaken he held a similar t position in the lower house upon one occasion Anyhow as a member of the legislature and his experience in other official positions at Frankfort render him eminently quali t fied for his duties and histt host of friends in and about Hazel Green rejoice that he has landed the place THE bare mention of Scheys name before any assemblage o men and women never fails to evoke applause Even the staid members of the American Historical Association which recently held its annual convention in Washington was roused to en thusiasm by the incidental men tion of Schleys name by its chair man There is a meaning in this soft thing that congress will be wise to heed TACT wasnt conspicuous in the action of thoso Spanish war vet erans of Washington who asked1I Admiral Dewey and Gen Miles to l o followguests of Mr Roosevelt at a banquet Dewey and Miles might at least have been given a littlo more time to forget the un deserved snubs given thorn by Roosevelt before asked to mee him in a social way Gov SHAW professes to have the Abo Lincoln faculty of refusing t worry over the bridges to be cross ed until he gets to them but he possesses another faculty that may prove troublesome to asecretary of the treasury he talks too much ACCORDING to some of his friends11 Gov Shaw accepts the treasury servaIi f Roosevelts nomination is a certainty otherwise hell bo for Shaw ItErcnucAX congressmen are beginning to apologize for the high salaries paid American officials i the Philippines It is only inII question of time when they will apologizing for American ownership TilE antitrust leage caused suit to be brought for the revocation of the charters of severall Ohio rail roads Hon Tom L Johnson Mayor of Cleveland is interested in the prosecution of the suits HASNT Secretary Long worked that Idoutwanttoretireunder fire dodge about long enough H el will be under firedeservedly too as long as he remains at the I I headof the navy departmenti BILLY Mvsox has bloomed out I as the champion of the fake publishers who object to being denied secondclass mail privileges Better lookout Billy you are play ing with fire IT is understood that the price Secretary Wilson paid to remain in tho cabinet was the withdrawal l of his opposition to tariff concessions on Cuban sugar and tobacco COL WATTEKSON hints that in making a monkey out of Tom Platt Mr Roosevelt was merely taking the first step toward es tablishing n politicalmenagerie DE WET licks tho British often onough to keep John Bulls Sout African troubles from being for gotton either by British taxpayers or the rest of the world IF the Ohio scrap between For aker and Hanna bo the Rooseve- lantiRoosoveltaffatr many believe it to be it will add to the fun of tho democratic spectators Mn ROOSEVELT dropped public business during Christmas week in order that he might devote his entire time to strengthing the Roosevelt machine Six STATES Minnesota North and South Dakota Montana Ida ho and Washington are now in the fight against the big railroad1 trust TIlE peoples first chance to ex press an opinion on the Schley case that will count will be a this years congressional elections IF Schley can get all those naval1I birds under oath in the trial off his suit for libel against Macleye publisbeHrtho feathers will fly ANNA is neither fool nor cu- ly r e may not be able to beat Roose elt but hell give him a run for la money J 4 IT cannot be truthfully said that New York is free from open gam bling as long as Wall Street con tinues to do the suckers IT might be supposed from tho titles f its new police officials I that Now York had been put under I military government A VISIT TO PIKE COUNTY One of Our Citizens Spends the UponfHis Native Hills Rom KY Dec 25 1901 Editor HAZEL GREEN HKUALD As I am n citizen of Wolfe coun tty and a subscriber to your paper I will give you an account of my visit to Pike county Ky I visit ed my relatives and finally on Christmas eve and Christmas daII visited the home of Dr R L rnised1WeI Jackson and Thomas James and others played Christmas tricks on the neighbors by swiping a few chickens and having them cooked i at the homo of Rev G W Sesco and the invited guests were Misses Nettie ScaiT Dolly Scott Tinnie Jackson Mr Estin Hunt Mrs OHio Jackson and others The- t chickens were eaten without manna and without grace and in the meantime Thos James wont home and his friends John Jackson and ale vis Scott swiped an old hen from Mr James so old that after 3 hours of cooking the gravy could not be cut with a razor Master Barney Scott acted the clown and caused much laughter The most notable event was the influence that old East Kentucky moonshine wielded over the good nature of our friend C C Scott whose password was hossfly Among the old settlers of this county there are only two seasons of celebration hogkilling and election but I say that Christ 1mas is best of all for I ate the best dinner at the home of R L Jackson that I ever ate The hula are so high that one has to go to the top and climb a tree before the sun can be seen and one has to lie with his heads down hill and look crosseyed be fore ho can see the sky on a July day If you doubt this as R W Jackson who never was known to tell the truth The name of this village is Sleepy Hollow on account of the sleepy appear aupeof its citizens Respectfully A J SCOTT q x2J2aAI The Kind You Han Always Bought Bears the p ISignature of This Is a Ground Hog Case The proprietor of THE HEKALD is anxious to retain every subscriber on his list and would be proud indeed if he could double 1or treble tho circulation but sub scriptions must be paid in advance The postoffice department has so ruled and it is a wise rule But 1it was not intended to curtail the circulation of country papers All over the land are fake publica tions that have no paid circula tion beyond the nominal that sendout thousands of papers every advertish ing patrons pay the bill and this is the class of publications the department is after The country paper however has to suffer Now every friend of the dear old incumbentt to bring in a new subscriber each and if thisjbe done well give you the best country paper in Ken tucky and give it to you every week Friends go to work and see how much you can do A little effort will accomplish much A Pathetic Little Incident- A little girl in this town las summer said to the hired girl Teely please dit me a aty There are none in the pantry and I cant go to the garden for one now Dolly Youll be sorry for at when Im in the tole tole droun tomatotwhich she could not pronounce and tho above conversation result 1ed in her getting the favorite vegetable She was only about three years old an her thoughts of the cold cold ground were certainly quite pathetic Only a short time prior to this the little ones father was buried and recollections of that sad scene doubtless controlled her thoughts DEATH EXPECTED Mrs J J C Bach on Monday last was summoned to the bedside of her father Hardin Hurst of Wolfe county I who was thon thought to bo dying He is fnr advanced in years and has been on a general decline inIij timeJnckBonlHustler j Dr Center informed us this lust Monday that ho saw the patient j on Tuesday of lust week and that he was still alive but owing to his advanced age 79 years there was but small hope of his recovery Mr Hurst died on Sunday and was buried on Monday The mail from this place toi Campton failed to go yesterday because Uncle Sol Osborns horso was unable to make tho trip And thus the people of the town and surrounding country many of deIthe news and maybe important business letters Rev Sebron Nickell will begin a meeting at the Frank Johnson school house tonight which may continue over Sunday Revs Sam Taulbee and John Brooks will also take part in the meeting and the hope is expressed that much good may be done for the Masters ser j viceAll the newly elected county officials were sworn in Monday and intlCamptonlmdoverjbodywasso or One man told us and he is a close observer that ho did not smell the fumes of liquor upon anybodys breath DrFellners00iDEN RELIEF tJ IwR 11114 1e1W WIU CYfa 1W a 3Y A TUCK METiria IX AU INFLAMMATIONI I W 01Cl9a arhu lnlnnle lnldAmeFrlomrtaetr ColdsFormta Fevara GRIP + cuirm ANY PAIN INSIDE Oi OUT Dy Tae I ew by tuali GOc ihraonlAS Sold by II F Pieratt Hazel Green Ky John Murphy has sold his farm on the Murphy fork of Grassy to a man named Dunn There are 150 acres in tho place and 15500 is the consideration Mr Murphy talks of locating in Illinois but willnot do so before some time in tho spring swappedkMonday 150 ahead in money beside hay ing a bigger horse But he is try ing to figure out whether he is the richer notwithstanding tho 150 and the problem is unsolved WANTED Trustworthy men and women to travel and advertise for old established house of solid financial standing Salary 780 a year andexpenses all payable in cash No canvassing required Give refer ences and enclose selfaddressed stamped envelope Address Manager 355 Caxton lildg Chicago tf P M Long on Monday bought of John M1 Rose tho boundary of timber which the latter recently purchased of Jell Cox lying on waters of Grassy creek andwill move his saw mill to it to convert it into lumber at oncoIPileine Cures Piles I Money refunded if it ever fails When you havo head ache or bySH F Pieratt Hazel Green tft OOO EVERY PAIR OF TIGER PANTS B Made Perfect in Fit Full in Seat and 8Leg and Will Not Itiji g STAG SKIRTSAre 0BetterStyleThanAnyOther 0oby Taylor Day g HAZEL GREEN KY oOOOOOOOOOOOOOCXXXXXXXX30000 BO YEARS EXPERIENCE PATENT TRADE MARKS DESIONStRcAnyoneesndhlgmayQulctlrercexWn leprobablyI etrttnyooaadennaito eRlcePatenntstic AMERIOANbeaaUlall ofanl 7earl160afz n apedmenBoo ON PATZNra lent the =U40 MUNN A CO 301 Broadway Slew Yrke Sitter WyanflotlB Ells I I have for sale now Silver Wyandotte Eggs at 100 for 13 These Are Thoroughbred Buy a setting raise some THOROUGH BRED CHICKENS and you will be no longer satisfied with the COMMON STOCK First call first served ROBERT L CORD 33 Hazel Green Ky t f f f Jjj= wwIirm Tho greatest ambition uf Anicr r lean lieu and women iis to have homes blessed with children The J woman nlllicted with femilit dis J ease is constantly menaced with becoming a childless wife Xo uiiiliuinc can restore dead organs but Wine of Cardui does regulate dfinii eiiuMits that pre vent conception does prevent niKvarriage iJoivs restore weak flintlions and Shattered nerves mill does bring bibios to homed barren mill desolate for years Wine of tardni gives women the health and strength to bear health children You can pet a dollar bottle of Wino of Cardui from your deal- erWINEOF CARDUI 113 Market ttrcct Memphis Tenn April It i a- In Fcbrnarv 1SOI I took ono bottle of Wino of Carilui and one paotaco of ThcdfordB IllackDranglit I haull been married fifteen yearn and had never given birth to a child until I tool Wino of Cardui Nor I am mother of a fine baby girl which was born March 311901 The baby weighs fourteen pounds and I feel as well an any person could feel wiubeagain lire J W C H JIIT1I For fcrtrla and afrdaiUrru Giving elanmentTheMMldneComanrCLattanooy 000oooooeooroaeoottwooooooooo t n Vr o fgO tCnrJ rr J v ccr rJoooovoooooooeroooooeooooooooooeoea The following school book can be bought at this oliiee a less than dealers prices 1 saving of lo per cent is guai anteed you But you must b cjuick as thtaelre all we have Fryos Elements of Geography 52 zentl Fryes Complete Geography StOOP Cyrs First Reader 23 centr Cyrs Second Reader 29 cents Cyrs Third Reader 40 cents Cyrs Fourth Reader 48 cents Cyrs Filth Reader 56 cents Childrens Primer 10 cents Prince Arithmetic Grade I16 cents I Arithmetic Grade III 16 cents Arithmetic Grade IV 16 cents Tarbells Lessons in LantjuagoGrammai 48 cents Our Government by May 60 cents Childs Book of Health 24 cents QuriBodics and How We Live Elaidscl 52 cents- Beginners American History 40 cent Leading Facts of American History 80i- SPEHCEH c COOP- ERWHEELERROSE PRACTICAL BlAGKSMITHS 1 AND WAGONI iV1AKERS HAZEL GREEN KY IUito the nttentinn of t he 1- 1 r farmers of tills vicinity to their imI p roved facililiia for blacksmithing ull wngnnniuking t well as repair work of nil kinds A full force of fir t class mrchnnii insures pniniptiir in the execution nil work enlrtislcil to thtiini lOll satisfai lion is KunrtintHil in nil cuts Buggy building otl wngon making ni our spociiillies Your patronnce is rpcc ully solicited ned will lie duly q preciatid Respertfiilly Ac- ftO1C WHEELER A 10GEXT WATCH anythiiigbut I A 81000 WATCH I is just a hundred times I better 1Step in and see that I GOldjJfilled1 1000IWe have others lower and higher priced FRED J1L HEINTZ Manufacturing Jeweler East Main Ht near Postoffice LEXLXGTOX KYII IRE HERALD and Monthly Worl ono dollar a year in advance 1 j s y Cheapest Store On Earth Quality of Goods Oonsfdoredc t H F PIERATTyT DKALEIl I IeEinii M aiiDi A iLive Stock Country Produce LiVERY AND FEED STABLE Horses Hacks Buggies c for hire at all times and charges reasonable LUlVIBER r Rouli Dressed antIl Tongue and Grooved All kinds for sale 150000 feet yet to dispose of at living prices All outstanding taxes must be settled now i 7 f or levy will be made as I have only until January 1 1002 to make settlement in full Dont a delay or it will be detrimental to you Your friend IM F PIERATT tt 8 f HOLIDAY GOODS I largeaSANTAstore in which he can show 1his goods to advantage hit the nail on the head when he selected J T Days for headquarters He will have there the most wonder I 1GeenFancy Candies Toys Dolls and everything pretty will bo found there in profusion and all new and cheap so cheap that everybody may buy SIGHT IS GOOD and you arc invited to look before you leap A DOLLSi fl 4 TOYS t CECIL BROI Itj complete1 ffoi and Animal and Mechanical Toys ever seen in Hazel Green which are to please the children and their stockof i YOLIDFttY GOODS2will please everybody that sees itas prices are very low THe Christmas BeIfs AfA Rinninn JJAnd the pretty maids are sing ing right merrily the while because atTHE DAY MILLINERY may be found everything in style On our bells are pic turedother bells whose beau ty can only be enhanced by a stylish hat from this bazar of fashion where may be hadall the wraps jackets etc Everything at the lowest prices quality considered I = = t 1Ijt 1 B n II fIIJI OR YOUR WIFE WITH SOMETHING SO J w SflIS PREPARED TO ACCOMMODATE YOU WITH EVERY IINOVELTY THAT HEART COULD DESIRE OR TASTE r OJI I YQUISITE1t jjTODATI PATTERNS THAT WONT COST YOU ANY 1 GOODSilkr ==S3 g ak- UZU QREEJHCJIDEJTIIY qa 00 NORMAL AND PREPARATORY SCHOOL 0- 0tTho present term began September 8 with timerthe school The Second Session begins JANUARY I 1902 parA thorough practical school for youog men and cademicComnerclal DelattmcotTuition 11500 for 38 Week WeekFor r W H coin Principal Sty f II I General Debility Pay In and out there Is that feeling of 4weknC5S that makes a burden of Itself strengtbenASleep does not refresh It Is hard to do hard to bear what should be easy vitality Is on the ebb and the whole system snffow For this condition take Hoods Sarsaparilla It vitalizes the blood gIves vigor and tone to nil the organs and functions and is positively unequalled for all rundown or debilitated conditions Iji1ILL5 curs consUttloD 5 crnteI THE HERALD I P I I Dr Center reports the birthof a boy to the wife of E Creech on Laurelon the 8d inst Miss Anna Belle Combs left for her home at Campton on Satur day accompanied by Mrs Alice Pieratt Robt McLin whoso illness we reported last week we are glad to Bay is now able to be up and about his business Miss Lou Dora Dunn daughter of John Dunn who lives on Judge Carsons farm on Lacy crook is quite ill with pneumonia Dr Waldeck and family on Monday moved to the Ova Swango property on the hill recently va cated by Mr Swango and wife I k You can pay for Tm HERALD in onions Irish potatoes sparo 1 1ribs itc so there is no excuse for ignorance Harry Perkins collector for tho Chicago Portrait Co who now makes his headquarters at Colum bus 0 is at home rusticating e Frank Thomas has moved intoII the residence recently Taylor Johnson and the latter has- moved back to the Holdorby farm I James OldGeld has sold his farm on Grassy just below E F Cecil to the latter gentleman and it was surveyed on Tuesday by Judge Wheeler fromIrelievetibyach tonic and cure for DYSPEPSIA Curtis Rose who is now freight agent for the Red River Valley Railway Co at McCnusey came up Sunday to spend the day with his father and mother Albert Dye arrived in town with a corps of workmen on 7 from Maytown and began SnndayI Monday on II F houses on the heights Leroy Boggs scho 1 lat Consola tion closed Tuesday evening last c From what we hear the patrons of Lthat district say he has made them a faithful and efficient teacher r As a proof that advertising pays we cite the following instance F M Long arranged with us to ad vertiso a mule for sale and before cwe got it in type he disposedof the mule Dr Center reports that Sam Haddix of the Stamper branch near Lee City who was reported in these columns as being very ill has improved and is now on the road to recovery There were 24 matriculates tt the academy oh Monday lastwhich z coupled with the 219announced i last week makes 243 up to date Is there another school in Eastern Kentucky that can come up to it- t Leroy Boggs has accepted posi tion with H F Pieratt as sales man and Ed Oney wljoin he succeeds will remain as collectors Mr Pieratt has a large number of unsettledaccounts which he will thus endeavor to collect I ISam Taulbee and family have moved into the Pioratt property on the hill recently vacated by Frank Thomas and Mrs Duff i who also had a part of the house I now occupies a part of the Dr J M Kash residence with J M j Ingram and wife FredJHeintz the manufactur 4lug jeweler of Lexington has an l ad in this paper to which the at tention of our readers is most respectfully directed For seven years Mr Heintz has been a con tinuous advertiser in THE HERALD during which time he has built up a handsome trade from the terri tory covered by its circulation tttaudwhenyoudeal with himyoull whyS More publicity was given to the CiscoKash wedding perhapsthan any similar event that ever trans pired in Eastern Kentucky As will be remembered we printed the invitation in THE HERALD in ad dition to the regular invitations sent out by the groom which gaveII him about 1000 Then the cinnati Enquirer of Jan 4 1902 republished the invitation as taken circulaI paper it will be seen that it was made quite public To be sure the last publication was nftor ttho event transpired but the publicity ui it was increased just tile same At the recent election of officers for Mizpah Lodge No 507 F A M tho following is tho result John II Pieratt W MJ Edgar T Kash S W John Ward J W Ambrose M Nickell Treas John Will Taulboo Secy John II Rose S DaUlI John B Davis J D James II Sebastian Thos Taulbee Stewards Robt Nickoll Chap Granville Taulbeo Tyler The lodge meets the first Saturday in each month and there will be work in tho third degree at next meeting Our readers ore requested to read tho new ndof the Hngin Distilling Co which appears in this is sue of our paper and if in need of wet goods for tho inner man send thom an order Liquid joy is what they deal in mostly but its abuse renders it sometimes anything hut joy For medicine and taken as u beverage there is no harm in the use of pure liquor It is the abuse of it that causes harm and the best preventive of that is when buying buy pure liquor It will not give that bloodthirsty feeling but snake you feel benevo lent Try Hagan when you need goods again Since our last papor was issued tho examining trial of Claude Day of Maytown charged with the murder of Fulix Bullock at Jackson has boon held and he was admitted to bail in tho sum of 2000 From all we hear there seems to bo no evidence against him save that of circumstances No one saw him fire the fatal shot and it will be o hard matter to convict him Never Burn a Candle at Both Ends Dont BO on ilravdnc vitality from the blood without tloinc something to replace It Hoods Sarsaparilla gives nerve mental amlillgestive strength br enriching and vitalizing the blood Hoods Pills are wild and nonIrritating It iis now Judge Pieratt if you please II F Pieratt having been sworn in on Monday last as police acI uty past years and his friends hope he may do as well in his new position Dr Nickell reports the birth of a boy to the wife of Jeff Cruoy of Lacy creek on Satu- rdayHOME MID CHILDDoes your horse feel his oats What a difference be tween the grainfed and the grassfed horse I The first strongand full of ginger the second flabby weak and tired out before he begins The feeding makes the difference Children are not alike either One is rosy brighteyed full of life and laughter another iis pale weak and dull The feed ingagain is responsible Sickly children need specia feeding They dont feel then oats Scotts Emulsion add just the right richness to thci diet It is like grain to tht horse The child gets new appetite and strong digestion Scotts Emulsion is morc than food It is a strong medicine It rouses up dull children puts new flesh on thin ones and red blood into pale ones It makes children grow Scotts Emulsion makes ordi nary food do its uty This icture represents the Trade Mark of Scotts Emulsion and li on the mapper of every bottle Send for free ample SCOTT Sc BOWNE 409 Pearl St New York soc and ft all druggists I IT ac1ceptl t fat chicken dressed ready for roasting Indeed it is so large that at first glance sayto theII I mighthavemembrances as these make us cling to Hazel Green becauset there are few places where the people as a general rule are so considerate of others wants Dr Collier tho dentist has an nounced that he will bo here on or about tho 12th instto remain a few days and all who may have work in his lino should be ready for him when ho comes Ho has done sonio work for the writer with which we were well pleased and this is the verdict rendered by all who have had him work for them Dont forget date of his coming and dont delay seeing him when he does come- MILLERSIIUItO KY Jan 4 1902 Mr CooperWe left Hazel Green Dec 23 arrived in Millers burg on the BOth Have been all this time without THE HERALD so please send it to us as we are anxious to hear tho home news We are very well pleased so far Regards to Mrs Cooper andall my old friends I may write a letter for till paper some day Yours respectfully MKS ELLEN SWANQO By accepting the position of supervisor which he was sworn to fulfill the duties Squire John D Rose recently reelected as mag istrate of this district forfeited the latter oflice Under the law the vacancy thus created must be filled by appointment of the coun ty judge and there is much anxi ety as to who the party will be The magistrates have bought a farm to keep tho poor of the coun ty It is located in tho Rocky Branch about 2tor 3 miles from Campton and cost about 1000 It is a very rough piece of land practically without improvements and is thought to be u waste of tho county money Judge Stove Tutt sold it to tho county Billy Schooler formerly an at tache of TilE HERALD has leased tho Morgan County Messenger In addition he OWIIS the Morehead Advance is half owner in the Salt Lick Pautagraph and holds down a position in the revenue service of the Seventh district Truly it has paid Will to be a republican TilE HEUALD takes pleasure in acknowledging the receipt of hand some 1902 calendars from the Combs Lumber Co Lexington and it is a magnificent work of art and from the Winchester Bank The latter is also a beauty Blank School Reports for use of teachers of public schools for saltt at this oflice100 50 cents 200t 75p 800100 C B Parsons representing the Lyons Medicine Co Louisville vas in town Monday night and contracted with THE HERALD for some advertising D W Vest who has been visit ing his daughter Mrs Ben Murphy f the Murphy fork for two weeks returned Monday to his home at Coburn W V- aCOUNTY NEWS NOTES 0SUNNY SIDE Miss Eliza Taulbeo of Breathitt county enrolled in school Mon JayBorn to the wife of Jeff Cruey me day last week a fine boy Papa is awful proud Miss Etta Swango of the Publici Square was visiting at this place Saturday and Sunday Misses Monta and Nora Cruey and Mollie and India Coldiron all of your town were visiting in thist part Sunday Mrs John Evans and daughter Miss Lula passed up hero Monday an route to Boon Mays to spendI the day with Mrs Maywho has jut returned from Cedar Bluff VaG W Cruey gave this place a business call Monday He says that he is having a coal bank opened up on his farm and he thinks that it will prove to be cannalcoal J W Taulbee and wife took dinner with Mrs E B Oney of this place Sunday and in the fter noon he left for Campton to be there early Monday to bo sworn in as suporintendant So mote it be Creed Onoy a stepson of Samuel Patton of Jlous eau Broathitt county who enrolled in school last week is boarding at this place So you see that we dont have to trot back and forth to school by longerIUncle Rastus Brooks came very near getting their house burned Sunday night while they were all asleep The mantle caught and burned to the ceiling over head Mrs Brooks happened to awake in time to have extinguished be fore much damage was done Among the many old pupils who have come back to school we noticed Misses Ella and Maud Millard of Magoflin county Taylor Shocky of Lee City Dan Kash of Landsaw Miss Alma Swango of MaytownJan SusiE SUNBEAM STILLWATER SPARKLES Jeff Chambers paid Holly visit from Saturday until Sunday W B Rose is visiting his broth er Jeff Rose in Morgan county A little child of Lee Taylor and wife is somewhat ill at this writ ing J M Taylor and son Willie went to Campton on business Monday Ye scribe and Robert Rose made a business trip to Torrent last week A little child of Boyd Cundiff and wife got choked to death on a bone ono day last week Rev W H Chambers preached a very interesting sermon Sunday at the old Baptist church Bugletowns first wedding went off Dec 30th when Miss Lula Swango of this place and G B Peck of Lincoln county were united in tho holy bonds of matrimony Roe Powell Rose of Camp ton officiating Jan 7 PREsTO TOLIVER TOPICS News is scarce in this part of the county A B Swango of Hazel Green was down taking in meeting at Saudfield Saturday and Sunday A W McNabb of this place R A Day of Maytown went to Campton Monday on business Miss Etta Swango of Hazol Green passed through this section Sunday evening en route to May townDorce Ingrain and Boon Nickel1 of Maytown were seen in Toliver Sunday Guess they were going to see their best girls Tho family of Mr Noble who has had smallpox have all got welland no one else ever taken the disease meetingIgoing on at Sand field school house May much good bo done Good crowd attending mid tho best of order maintained This speaks well of our community Rev J W Doan of Bethel gave the Sunday school at Toliver church quite a treat Sunday morn ing and also a delightful talk in the evening May tho Sunday school be carried on in the way that is right and at last when it may como to a close some one may say I have learned some thing that I shall never depart fromJan 7 SUNsHINE TO TUE DEAF A sick lady cured of her deafness and noises in the head by Dr Nicholson Artificial Ear Drums gave 10000 to his Institute so that deaf people unable to procure the Ear Drums may have them free Address No 4486 The Nicholson Institute 780 Eighth Avenue NewYork 4ly to write for our confidential letter before ap plying for patent U may be worth moneys o promptly obtain U B and For- eignPATENTS ndTRADE ARKSorretumEN- TIRE attorneya tie Send model sketCh IMMEDIATEFREEthe itlegal servloo and advice and our charges are moderate Try us SWIFT CO Patent lawyers Opp US Patent OlceWuhlngtoii DC DR J M WALDECK Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY Solicits the patronage of the people Hazel Green and vicinity and will answe proreuional calls daj or nigot Obitetrick specialty KodolDyspepsia Cure j Digests what you eat This preparation contains all of the II oIj falls to cure It allows you to eat all the foOl you want The most sensitive I stomachs can take it By its use many j beenjIs unequalled for all stomach troubles lit cant help but do you good ChkaJOThuII F PlKUATT Situations Secured for gTaduate tuition reumed Write at once lcr cotciogno and tprcul fi Business11asseyColleges Lcul Ille Ky Uonigomery Hcutlcn Te Colunbus Oa PchrnondVa Binnhirn Ala Jarktale Ft flourI flourI flour Isju sjiT sjiTi i ROBERT P KASH The originator of LOW PRICES I is wholesale dealer in FLOUR SALT and solicits the patronage of the merchants of the fllOUiltlti- ilSt1Will meet any legitimate competition Call on cr write me before buy ing ROBT P KASH McCausey Ky Liver Pills Thats what you need some thing to cure your bilious ness and give you a good digestion Ayers Pills arc liver pills They cure con stipation and biliousness Gently laxativei Mid let- sFunt otr muI or 11a bautlfut- br ur rich lac lilt u e- III nVCforthoI DUlAlNbnAIYl O LI- IMENDELWENSTOGR Whiskers J L To 0 Do o R P L co It 5 CO i HATSI 027629 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY THE WORLD- ALMANAC i e li I AND ENCYCLOPEDIA A STATISTICAL VOLUME OF Over 10000 Facts and Figures Containing Orsr 600 Pages 11 Special Features 1millonalra of the United States Parti culars About Three Thousand Americas Magnates Organized Labor Streogtl ol the Labor Unions TheI Trusts United States fU5jE1 Census New Census- ofEuropesnCountrssi F Ml Th NICAIIIiU caaI t and the KayPauacs I kfJota Treaties With it Oret Britain The Rep Istloas of Cuba With I I TheIcan Republics at the U City of Mexico The I j Anarchist Statistics h of This Country end Europe Progress of Aerial Navigation In 1901 The New York Municipal Election of 1901 Agricaltare Kcnutoctures nortality POLITICStTHE BOOK THAT BELONGS IN EVERY OFFICE AND IN EVERY HOME OF 8 EVERY AMERICAN Prico 1 1STANDARD 2D CISt THE WORLD tZMSJdrui arraneedOpCUdl World for a limited number of the 190i World Almanac and will send The Herald one year and the Almanac on receipt of One Dollar Tkt regular price is 125 NOTE This price is for the World Almanac at our office When book iis I to be mailed 10 cents additional must be sent to pay postage Aq4BO- URBON t e 1 V= = I IGood Liquor is free frdm adul teration drugs crude spirits and Thislisas a necessity a luxury and a plea sure a good stimulant is Import ant When you want something good send us your orders Hagans Old Bourbon In Jugs Best California Wines 4 year old 200 per gallon Sherry per gallon 150 5 year old 225 per gallon Port per gallon l 150 G year old 250 per gallon Blackberry per jgal 125 7 year old 275 per gallon Catawba per gallon 125 8 year old 300 per gallon Kelly Island Wines 10 Year Old in Bottles Plain Box Sherry per gallon 125 4 Quarts 300 Port per gallop 125 GI Quarts Blackberry pallon 100 12 Quarts J001 Catawba per gaIon 100 YOU PAY XPRESS CHARGESS- end j P O 1Letterl HAGAN DISTILLING CO LEXINGTON KY ttS e s= =lij LiIJJ- e iiiWe claim to be the Lowest Priced WhIskey House We really sell if L3 whiskey as low as 110 per gallon and mind you distilled whiskey IL- 3ii J not a decoction of chemicals but of course it is new and under proof rilii ltIjiOur Mountain Dew S year old whiskey is a liquid joy It is actu l j ally produced by honest Tar Heels in the Mountain Section of N C by thee4 i i rjfciniJ t 1 p i fjIsI tI IIItuse ever customer or we will buy it back for Gold and the Peoples I 1Atiji National Hank of Winston X C will tell you our guarantee is good To llj more fully introduce Mountain Dew we oiler either three or J 1i21 in plain sealed box at the special price of jlJ 5 per gallon cash fiesallonsmm tq Positively no larger amount shipped On future shipments we lee the usual price viz 2l5 per gal Express prepain to all regular Iti1We have branch warehouses in Denver St Louis and Cincinnati but all ff1l IJJ orders and remittances in sani s cash or by check etc as well as requests MJ for confidential ericc list must bo addressed as follows rf 11 rJJ s C CASPER CO WinstonSalem N Ct U S A Sv Main Offices Warehouses Nos 104546 Liberty I 3 4 5 Maple St 11L d I== = = r = f ttOOOOtOCOI = QIIIIO OgOOtt u MONT AA aas1ssiaiaaaIsI III1 The Only High Class CONTAINS THE FOLLOWING DEPARTMENTS Monthly at 25cOae Short Story Biographical Tid Bits a Year in thetPopular Science Amateur Photography the Comfort of Home The Family WorldAll Department of Health The Editors Half Holiday The Quiz ClubISlxtttn Pages Four Columns to ide prize question department The Old Cur Pate 1011ly Shop Sports Games and Pastimes Home Study The Coming Generation I Every page a Magazine in Itself each The Wrst Thousand and What to Do department edited by one who knows With It practical success department how every number a mine of Informs The Story of the World When the Days Lisa and entertainment Work Is Done Sample Copj lor thl Asking Address GOOD TIMES Columbus O alaaaaI I I = IOOGaallaDI I I I +CIOIIIIIOIOQlltl I I I I I I I Eiho above magazine free for G months to new Herald subscribers i DESCRIPTIONP c HIJTOFFICE AND SATISFACTION GVABAMEED NAIL CASES 4 H Cr ROBINSONI I General Salesman for I R M HUGHES CO I Manufacturers LOUISVILLE of KYII VinCRa ViLcr Solicits orders from the merchants of the mountains anil guarantee satisfaction A mail order will receive prompt attention IKE HARTFIELD I Uenilquartera Sit Sterling Ky BEPRES- EXT8CUCGENHEIMER Co LYNCHBDEO VA Impirltra and Jobbers of Dry Goods No duns and Fancy Goods We manufacture the well known BEATSALL Pants and Overalls Hold your orders until you see him BIUB Grass urSBIiBS IFALL I9OI Fruit and Ornaments Tree Grape Vines Small Fruits Asparagus and everything fur Jp Orchard Lawn and Unrden We tell direct at right prices to thcpl nterand have no agents General Catalogue on application to both telephones H F HIIUCNSIKYEB PhONE 279 Lexington Ky ONiA now firstclass cafe for ladies and gentlemen has been opened in the Phoenix Hotel Annex oppos ite the C O depot where all 4 the delicacies of tim season are served in firstclass style Ladies 5ksr especially are invited i i1tf 1OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys V Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through I your kidneys once every three minutes yourpI t I ter out the waste or impurities in the bloodI j If they are sick or out tt 1e IItheirmatism come from ex cess of uric acid in the 6 I I neglectedkidneyKidney trouble causes quick or unsteady I thoughtheyi overworking in pumping thick kldneyI poisoned blood through veins and arteries It used to be considered that only urinary kidneysbut I i yy all constitutional diseases have their begin jI ning In kidney trouble If you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers i SwampRoot the great kidney remedy iis I soon realized It stands the highest for it wonderful cures of the most distressing cases I and is sold on its merits ftvAT by all druggists in fifty j cent and onedollar sic H I es You may have a sample bottle by mall Home or swannvRoot j free also pamphlet telling you how to fin out if you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer I t Zc Co Binghamton N Y MY DARLINGS TREASURES 4 IIY SAY WILSOV I Theyre only my darlings treasures A cluster of light hair i A little tintype of her face And ring she used to low often I have gazed wearIAnd how the tears would tlow To think she lies beneath the soil Twas hard to let her go Theyre only my darlings treasures She prized them 0so dear And when linger near them I feel her presence near Again I see those witching eyes While music from her tongue Seems echoing through my lonely home Sweet songs shes often sung Ah t none can feel save those who lose The jewel of their home Or none can feel the happy thrill These treasures give alone And now I lay these gems away Sweet blossoms that shall twine t Around the altar of iny heart On memorys holiest shrine Child Worth Millions My child is worth a million tome says Mrs Mary Bird of liar risburg Pa yot I would have lost her by croup had I not pur chased a bottle of One Minut- Cough I Cure One Minute Cough Cure is surecouro for cou6hscrou p and throat and lung troubles An absolutely safe cough cure which acts immediately The youngest 0 child can take it with entire safe ty The little ones like the tasteI a I Iandt remember how often it helpedl them Every family should haveI y a bottle of One Minute Cough CureI handy At this season especially it may be needed suddenly II F 1lEUATT thAet American people will get the most satisfaction by keeping the admi ral well in mind Washington Post She Wants it Published Goochs Mexican Syrup has given perfect satisfaction in my family and I want to recommend it to r everyone as the best remedy fo coughs colds and all lung troubles A young lady in my employ who had been forced to quit work and who had been given up to die EI by her friends with consumption I j has by the use of Goochs Mexican Syrup been restored to healthand is now at work earning her living and enjoying good health She maybef some consumptiveR qua O There is a loud and amen ready to make tho welkin ring when the news comes forth that Jawn D Long has resigned from the navy departmentAt lanta Constitution e Food Changed to Poison Putrefying food in the intestines produces effects like those of arse nic but Dr Kings New Life Pills t expel tho poisons from clogged bowels gently easily but surely curing constipation billiousness sIck headache fevers all liver h kidney and bowel troubles Only 25 eta at J Taylor Day Hazel Green or S S Combs 1L Sous Campton drugstores AB we understand Mr Lawson his reputation as a Napoleon of s finance has not reached St He lena stage It is simply having sitanElba of a timeWashington TimesBYou cannot buy standard pianos c irorgans ry v clock watches and jewelry asg- r Icheap any whereI else as you can Pf me Come and see samples and you will bo convinced You do not have to mailwithrak U J T GEVEDON 4 tsAt t W If f ifi ITheroI save your life and that is through startlingIafter he had vainly tried to cure her of a frightful case of stomach trouble and yellow jaundice Gallstones had formed and she cots staidly grew wore Then she be whichIIful Kidney remedy Cures Dyspepsia Loss of ctssGuaranteed For sale by J T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs it Sons Campton druggists Telegraph Taxes The franchise value of tho West orn rnion Tolegraphcompany inI Kentucky has been fixed by the ili9s1l5 and on this assessment the company pays n franchise tax to- state of lit ThisdWo offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that connot be cured by Hulls Ca tarrh Cure F J1 OIIKNKY it Co Props Toledo 0 Wo the undersigned have known F1 Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honor able in all lousiness transactions financially able to carry out anI obligations made lby their firm WIT it Truvx Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 WAUHXO KIXXAS it MAUVIX Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0- Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price 75c per hottlo Sold by all Druggists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the best It was only to be expected of the gallant general of the army that he would not deny the inter view which made the trouble Other men holding higher positions have taken the easier way outXew York World ISawDeath Near It often made my heart ache writes L C Overstreet of Elgin Tenn to hear my wife cough un soreelungs would collapse Good doc tors said she was so fur 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 1her life Its absolutely guar anteed for coughscolds bronchitis asthma and all throat and lung diseases 50 cents and 100 at J Taylor Day Hazel Green and S S Combs it Sons Campton drug stores Trial bottles free tAlthough Senator Deboe nut ex Governor Bradley of Kentucky are reported1 to have buried the hatchet it is believed both of them took the precaution to plain ly mark the place of interment Atlanta Journal IANTEDTrustworthy men and women to travel and advertise for fitsamiirctrl standing Salary 780 a year and expenses all payable in cash No canvassing required Give refer euces and enclose selfaddressed stamped envelope Address Maria ger 355 Caxton Bldg Chicago tf Now that Mr Gage has retired what are we going to do for a national schoolmaster Detroit Free Press Henry Pieratt bought all the picture frames the agent of the Chicago Portrait Co had left over centscheaper than the agent sold them The number is limited and if you want ono youd better movo in a hurry as they are going like hot cakes 52 tf Historian Maclay may be driven to turn states eVideuco1 Chicago Tribune Nothing Else So Sure Mothers who give their little givethemi effective worm medicine madI It will require an expert two horse equestrian to follow Hanna and Foraker both Cincinnati EnquirerIFOR SALEA scholarship in the Commercial College of Kentucky j Juivorsity By early application- at this office some young man can ave several dollars tf Mr Hanna has no desire to ap pear as the Thos B Reed of the 191lcampaigttlletroitFreePress FOr Sale n One Fay No8 six roll 8 inchr ightning floorer with beading ntII achtnent One Fay carriage cut IbngI ASTHMA CCURE FREEli i oIRtluttnlcJu JSxinH Infsnxt Relief 1- 1PCrln1U nii Ciwe in XVI Cxsc SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE OX RECEIPT OF POSTAL WHITE Iota SAME ASH tuunis IMUNIV commercial and 1 is nothing ASTHMAIEXK It brings instant even in tin worst eases It all els fails The Kev C F of Ridge lU sajt Your trial bottle of Icnc in good condition I tell you how I feel for the JcHcl I tram it IIuasa ilavp with throat curd 10 years I despairedof ever cured I ftw gout the cure of title tormenting disease and thought had but to give itI teal1o my astonishmentt trial acted like charm me a full cizi 11battle Rev Dr Morris Wechsler Rabbi of till font Itnai Israel NrW Your January at IHOI Dais TAFT HKOS MEIIICINII Jeiitlemen Your i remedy for and Hay Fever and its composition alleviates all which with success ila and wonderfulp After it caretully analyzed we can state that Abthmaleue contains no morphine chloroform or ether truly yours REV lilt lOlmIS WEC1ISLER o AVON SiitiNfiS X Y February 1 Will Du TAFT Bites MEDICINE Gentlemen I write this testimonial from a sense of duty tested the wonderful effect of Asliiniiilrue for the vitro of My wife lots been with asthma the past l12 years Having eshauMed myowe skill as well as usually chanced to see your signi upon your windows on lOtli street New York lilt mina obtained bottle of AslhmaltI ne My1 wife it about first of November IIvery MMIII noticed a radical improvement After using one bottle the has diKppeand and is entirely free from all recommend the medicine to all who Iresvmptoms I feel thatII can alllicted with this distressing disuse Yours respectfully 0 D 1 Ill ELI S M D o r IMil DK TAFT Burns Men CoFhrtluryGentlemen I was troubled with for 21 years I have tried numerous remedies but they have failed I ran ecru s your advertiement and Marled with a trial bottle I found relief at once IIlave since purchasedl your full Biz e bottle and I am ever pratcful 1I have family of fur and six yruis was unable to work I am in the best of health anti am doing business every day This testimony you can muLe lIch use of as you see fit Kivington S KA1 HAILHome address laityII OJilstl Bottle Hojvt Absolutely oji lteceii t ol4 J ostats Do delay Write at puce addressing DK TAFT IJUO MEDICINE COMPANY 79 Hast laoth Street New York City SOLD AIJI ltlGlS CsI J F SADLER Co Ii CifEstablished in COMMISSION MERCHANTS SALK Gtt1offosSeeand Union IILOllr cash r Jb = l0 AV U J tp C- ciLltiJEl I j t1B Vr1t 6Ii t l- q IIf j t i vr tl iE I P2 ENVELOPES r NOTEHEADS BILLHEADS I a LETTERHEADS It SALEBILLS t PROGRAMS CIRCULARS MiIj p- iVL i iCMINUTES ALOG J II c iC c We have Three Fast Presses 1 EE a Power Paper Cutter and 40 Years enables us to Court Com Defy Competition Whenr l jjExperience i Respectfully come c and see r SPENCER COOPERJ Bt5r t J r ot flj 9 eiyr It DAY HOUSE t HAZEL GREEN KY N B ORAIIAM PnolltIETOR This house has recently been refurnished and nod under the present mm will continue to maintain the high reputation heretofore accorded it for homelike comforts and its culinary department couutrrIrespectfully solicited rooms fo tourists Livery table in connection where horses vehicle will have the beat Z a 1 r There like relief cures when WELLS Villa Asthma received cannot thankful derived chained putrid sore Asthma fur being iiilvvithpincnt for Asthma von Itrspokln yourselves resolxetl the a Send Co Asthmaletie is an excellent Asthma troubles combine Asthma Its astonishinc having opium Ve Co having Asthmayour atlliatetl spasmodic for others commenced taking the Asthma rite consistently Asthma all children for now IM street ttxee not 38V FOR TUB 1HG5 OF I II itlibcrnl g Q 1 tN q E renovated cmciit Sample attention 1T 1 6 11 er4ii I 1tWINCHESTER KY V H WITHEnSPOON President KD II UNTEK Cashier Paid up Capital 10000000 Surplus 2000000 40121048Thli merchantsmenrKentucky andtheJ I ofleiitImate j s1 L+I 1 ti Rkj1Tfc4c4oee44OO4sQ+ +CGO4 555454cc QQ454OCGCOO Usefu rrcHt We are ClausyeaWe are Loaded from Cellar to Gar ret with Useful Holiday Presents Beautiful Smoking Jackets from Alfred Benjamin Co Beautiful AquaProof Rain Coats from Alfred Benjamin Co Beautiful Bathing Robes from Alfred Benjamin Co Beautiful Overcoats and Ulsters from Alfred Benjamin Co Beautiful Silk Umbrellas and Canes om OWN IMPORTATION Beautiful Gloves oi all kinds Fownes Till r ir HET WORLD IN Beautiful line of ladies Trunks and Bags Beautiful line of Mens Leather Suit Cases Bags Beautiful Lire of Neckwear Mufflers Suspenders Night Robes Underwear Socks Handkerchiefs Genuine Macintoshes Rain Coats Etc Etc JUST THINK WHAT USEFUL PRESENTS I M E What a Beautiful Present one of those DICK S H R Y 00 S HP SUITS made to order would be We have the largest stock in Kentucky Beautiful Boys Childrens Sweaters Beautiful Mens Caps lOU S CUS STRAUS THE LEGD12 KENTUCKY CLOTHIERS JI T J1 3iTT NJ Yssn asnnsc wri State College of Kentucky The Aiiriiultural and Mechanical rite Coilt if KtulucLy t1IVrs the fuIlU illglurr tudy viz rll1clIl i i Hn iiiteritii 4echof hidllxltIIlr four toruull lead tu a degree 1ottrduate courses if study are nisi provided leading each to a mas ters Sigrw Mach course of study is organizedul tier a separate faculty The mnenl faculty nnmlHrs more thou thirty proffsxirs atitl iustructnrr County Appointees receive tniticn Will lent in dormitories fuel and lights and il they remain ten months traveling expenses The lalmratorirs and miisetims are largo well equippnicutuprchensive and modern Thu last Lfjjiliilnre appnpriated 30010 for a college home for young trumrn and a drill hall unit tynutaiutl has IHTH provided for men Miliiarv tactic and wince are fully prividel fur and required by nfHsS irailnutf fmm the several csairps of study readily hill excellent po i tiaas uoI literal rtlIIl1l1ftal ion The demand is largely in excess of the ability tlf the ciillejre ti supply lIat year the nnUtieuliitioii lit was OiO Flr catalogues inctlu l of olilniniiif appointments information regarding courses of study and terms of adniirion apply to JAMES ir PATTERSON Ih D LL D President Or to Prof D C FRA2EE Business Manager Lexington Ky CSTTall Term begins September 10th IfOI W R CRAWFORD CO Live Stock Commission Merchant4FOR THE SALK OF nsheepCirciflnrfti ALSO Bourbon Stock Yardo LOUISVILLE KY 1e rate sn iNlrri1 lli1 fur rli J is IIstIk t lilcs juiei COIIiignmt ofiritII 1 tllrr pndu Leartidiv nL I TIMiIi i a i 1 I l TIInle theneuternuunLOI ueaudIIttTttrtf1t r jUI N uiI 11ahl taln 111 early jlrlUt systemTillI t11 Airlrli1 Iillr r1t t1L i fti +1lr1ltN 1Llr 1 fV9 As well b a turc i r liar Chills and Fever Snamp F overs and Bilious Fevers Jutahat tuu lCiIlatl this Brawn LrNiviu 111riihl Laxative Nervous Sedative Splendid Tonic iiataiill Try It 1Iu I Juke nny Miltiliitr Al Itrnccili ff nod SI lltc1ltlaUtl1I itv- M CIsswcmTIl cutvc l COlrl1UltlOltATtnprllesllnII i edyfurChilL talliiialiilv rLOUISVILLE KENTUCKY f 4TQ C A c1 fl THRNBW YORK MONTHY 1 WORLD TO ALL NEW sUHst KIIIKKS AND ALL OLD ONES WHO RENEW IN Xu DAYS FOR THE IH aldqo11i Y- il YorkMuntliltl I r r give every now tu 3eriber and ever lone who renews before that time the XEWYOUK JIONTHLY WOULD as a premium WORLDTin coverItl tlutlmusartistic press appliances making amnglzillo unrivaled ill the ofitsEach issuo contains stories gatheredtruelstorips1 1 results of researchnumbers contributorscomicpagesI h bo funny paragraphs tend pictures A feature each month will ho themosteyeInnnllartno is onoofthe great city of NewYork It furnishes highclass and widel tomanyaSubscriptiou n 50 Cents a Year But FREE to subscriber and all oldsubscribers who renew for THE HERALD overy new beforo September 11 1001 You got tho value of 150 for only 100 i I oj r r i j DOnuoooouIt L Y f REGAIN YOUR EALTfl WITH iooooOOUOoooHOHft JiiVITJBi h- LOIIlIIOIIUIOOOOOOOfoooooo 0 0000001 1 f iOBEti Louooooooouo i NATURES DOCTOR FORMAN IKN01- y m IT CURES Rheumatism DiptheriaLa Brights Disease Blood Poisoning Kidney Liver and Stomach Troubles Female Complaint Catarrh and General Debility 9T CURES i WHEPJ ALL ELSE FAILS I Ii J RDAD THE TESTIMONY OF TWO WELL KNOWN CITIZENS OF WOLFE Mr Cooper Hazel Green Ky iI purchased some of the VitaOre of Y you in the latter part of Marchand after taking about a halfpint of the Vita Ort Klixer my nerves were as steady ias when I was 16 years of age and Iam lImyself up but nothing did me any good jbroughtAfteriusing it a week I went out and did days as hardwork as I have done threeIIyears and I was not more fatigued I was 25 years ago over the same It is the grandest medicine in the and I want everybody in the to know what it did for me so they workIItry it Hoping every one who has tired feeling incident to old age ViticOre of you and give it a fair I remain thankfully yours for putting me on to this remedy fI JAMES LACY 11 says I Layinbought the medicine of Mr Cooper for him though I didnot have much faith in it because we had tried fO many things that did no good I have also used VitafOrc and am stronger and In better health than for yearn which I attribute to its use pmS SOUTHEY LACY Lacy Greet Ky June 1 1901 1r VilwOre is Ia package which makes 1 quart of Elixer Dose One teaspoonful in glass of water Mailed to any address on receipt of price Address SPENCER COOPER HAZEL GREEN KY fRrr i