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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t fl ADVERTISING RATES q J 0000Jf i ti i4 1 year 20 IM i 2 Inches 1 year 10 00- i1 Inch1 year 7 It- tmlonnceutentsState1llbtrktt jJ fj i officers 51000 Conn y officers 500 ijX Town officers 3 VO calls on camli- It JIJIatesi or political frills Sjc lirll f OObituaries TrllIhts Ac prt wlierecopyt1 j t M O t ARE i YOU DEAF THE HAZEL GREEN HERALDEstablished March 4 1885 Made Famous In the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell = SEVENTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 10 1902 NUMBER 27 I SrKXCKU Oirnor cooltnTha Oldestt Mostt PopularI Mostt WidelyI CirculatedI t d and Mostt Quotedt d Paper in the Kentuckyt y Mountainst I 8100two run l Inlrtvanee YKAK CASTuIilhFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have I i Always Bought Bears the- Signatiure of In- Use j For Over i Thirty Years i CCASTOORIA THa caTAU co Naw YO CITY A BUSINESS TRAINING AT THE LEXINGTON 4 BUSINESS k COLLEGE Gves capitalized results by preparing for Business EmploId worthy vi schooljj positionsiNOT YOU- G1TTINGj A START in the world is everything r WE START YOU WITH A CASH CAPITAL a Business Education is r necessary without it such a training is indispensable OUR CATALOGUE out lining our several courses and circulars showing you what others are doing told how YOU can do likewise should be in your hands A postal will bring itIF YOUR MEANSnre lim ited ask for Special Circu lar A telling you how you can be instructed at home WE PREPARE for Civil zbervice pOSitions under Government Selectionsprepare public school teach Stenographers a beginner applicationEARN duringspare1 WRITE TODAY naming Course desired GREENHERALDI PresidentIKY S T t f- w j r fl j t1 di4- FUO 2 r 1 r ALL CASES OF DEAFNESS OR HARD HiARiftQ ARE MOW CU3ABLg by our new invention Only those born deaf arc incurable HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY F A WuRMAM OF BALTIMORE SAYS ijatCtntumenglre70aAbout five years ago ray right car bean to icS and this kept on Icltino worse until I ft my hearing in this ear entirely underwent treatment for catarrh for tlircc nont witlirut any success consulted n aura beret physicians among others t e mot crt ntc rsredaittof thiscitywbot dmuluat only e operation could help me and even the cr tc u vararily that the bead uoi cvculd then but the hearing fu the affected car would he lost oreecr 1Ithensaw your adsenfsement accidentaly to aNew r uud ordered your trrt went After Ihad used it only afew dtysoc to your dirrctians lheucuescnsed crd ltlankyoChantlyandbegtoremaini i i X VZJRJTV S aroadwsy Ibltinorc Old Our treatment does not inlcrfcsc Ir Yt onr iisittl cccip tton Examination and OAH itL IJ lnC sir conicadvice free YOU URK UJIY I JlfllV AT Is t C cost tth3iiiiteildlsAi AURAL GLi T7 IA VVt 4t1 Wii III r THE CHICAGO POST THE f HOME PAPER I y e Eien FARMER should read dally The Chicago Pest i Every LIVE STOCK Shipper should read dally The Chicago Post Eieij PRODUCE Shipper should read dally The Chicago Post Every GRAIN Shipper should read daily The Chicago Post THE CREATII MARKET NEWSAPER THE ZEST IS NONE TffO BOOD FOR YOU Subscribe through your commission flm newsdealer or pubUsber of nC spa per containing this adTertlssment Samrflo copies sent tree on request Aaaresa THE CHICAGO PjOST Chicago IIIIIf k yK R 1 I en tlgCnRn ptAal ii1A SECRET SIN niyIiI AiiPilI aaaallsaa L BY A M BELLERBY CHAPTER I+ nUT I dont love youI never shall and therefore I cannot and ought not to marry you I argued miseably Youll love mo sonic time Margaret and will learn to be quite happy as my wife It willJ bo my chief care in life to make you so replied my wouldbe lover William Repton- I looked at him with a souse off helpless impotenceat his aggressive straight hair that stood up stiffly in the direction in which iitt was brushed at his florid face handsome no doubt to some peo ples taste at his wideopen gray blue eyes and I thought of whatI father had once saidthat a i with eyes like that can como straight from the commission of tho seven deadly sins and gaze att you unthinkinglyDo I said slowly that though I have not a penny to bless myself with no special ability of any description and no alrection to give you that you actually want to marry me I would marry you if you woreI the veriest beggar in the street he answered so vehemently that It shrankaway a little further I will give you everything the heartt of a woman can desire- I dont want anything for my self it is my mother and tho children It is for their sakes I should accept you if I did and I dont want to Tho study Mr Rcptons face presentedat this complimentory remark almost made me laugh in spite of my misery Ho was not given to lavishing money on mat ters from which ho derived no direct advantage 1 dont want to marry your family Miss Eady ho said get ting very red his eyes growing soI wide that they reminded mo of the three guardian dogs in Grimms fairy tales Then you wont marry mo Mr Reptou I replied with much decision so I will wish you a goodafternoon And with a bow which I sincerely hope was as dignified as I meant it to be I hurried toward the door but his voice recalled mo Miss Eady Margaret stay I can not let you go Listen If I promise to help your family toI promote Rob and send the others to school will that do Your mother shall demo and live with me but I couldnt stand all thoset hobbledehoys about Oh you are really too graci ous I answered snatching my hand away How I longed to box his ears But Iam quite sure my mother would profer to retain her own house However if you promise to provide for them all then and only on that condition will I promise to marry you It I got out tho words with diffi culty My throat was dry and m t eyeballs hot and smarting Tear- wore a rare luxury in my life I swear it he answered add ing an unnecessary oath that made me shudder Your mother shall1 have nothing left to worry over and all the youngsters shall haveI a start in the world Ho cameI undesirably near as he spokf but I hold up my hand Oh wait I said Under stand I have never encouraged you that I do not marry you for ridIh poor- I know it he said And the reason I believo I lovo you so Margaret after your beauty letting those horrible oyes of his stare at me with a look for which I could have scratched himis because you have always given me the cold shoulder So many wo men have fluLg themselves at m head that your treatment of me makes me lovo you all the more It may now but not after You dont know what a temper I have We shall be throwing the t 1i t air breakfuHt anotherifore three months are over I spoke in deadly earnest but he laughed I amusedII a temper Margaret I prefer one with a spice of mischief in her That you may break her will Law is sometimes merciful to the shrew in these days Mr Repton j Enoughof tins Margaret he said impaticutly lLet mo have your answer I hid my face in my hands part ly to shut out his gaze partly to think William Repton was ono of the richest men in all rich Birming hamn manufacturer of course whose employment my brother Rob had entered some three or four years before Some accident as wo call it in our blindness had brought him to our house To my dismay ho had been struck with my appears anco and after my fathers death with its trouble and consequent real poverty hall chosen to full in lovo with mo Justly or unjustly I had disliked him from the first a feeling that had deepened into actual do tcstation and kmthingwhon found he was actually paying me atten lions which my poor delicate liarassod mother and also Rob urgedand implored mo to encour ago Certainly our alTairs were in a desperate state for excepting my brothers small salary wo had no certain income And if I tried to make my livinga forlorn hope without any special training and education IVY mother would assuredly sinks under the worry the wear and tjiar of houf ekeeping making mending and teaching our dear buti unruly you iger ones between whom and mo oath had made a large gap I was quitJ heart wholbThoro was no ouci else I pa ticularly cared for William Rdpton was not illfavored and many a girl would have been delighted torc cept him but he was Ilacking ty nature and education in every gentlemanly instinct There was that want of refinement andon tho other hand that obtrusive selfsatisfaction which are so de testable to sonic women so that in spito of our desperate circum stances I had done my best as Robelegantly phrased it to choko him off Certainly my dearly loved father would rather he and I had starved together than have me become Mrs William Repton But things had come to a climax Today ho had proposedand was willing under compulsion to provide for my family if I married him I thought of quarterday near at hand and the unpaid bills it would bring in Very well I said at last withdrawing my hands If you want to marry me with the clear under standing that I dont love you and never shall and if you will pro vido for mother and the rest I will be your wife and try to do my tiredy Isshall not make any fuss jlesaidshuddered allover as he seized mo in his arms and k issed me till I grew sick ani faint with loathing both at him and at myself remem bering that I had given him the rightStop oh stop 1 Ican not endure this 1 What do you mean he ask ed a suspicion of Huger in his wide eyes I I can not stand kissing anyone but my mother I I hardly over kiss others I This is nonsense Margaret he said impatiently I kayo the right to kiss you as your betrothed husband Take care I said roused toy desperation or you may never become my husband I hate being kissed Mr ReptonI It isit is unsanitary the doctors say so nowadays He muttered something very un complimsntary to the medical profession and addedaloud Well if you will call me Wil presontIVery well William said with1I a tremendous effort I always lintI disliked the name and now I sim ply detested it Ho stayed a good while after that talking about whore wo should live and tho now furniture for his new house and jewels for mo and horses till I could standI it no longer And I suppose I lookedsomething of what I foltI for very reluctantly ho wont away Then I crawled upstairs to my mother my poor delicate mother too pretty and helpless altogeth or to fight against this hard cruel1 world She had been urging m for months pnst for her sako and1 for that of tho children to accept William Repton and all his money She was lying on her couch aS usual in tho firelight when I crept into tho room which I had shared with her sinco my fathers death r two years before Is that you Margaret I am feeling very tired she said open ing her oyes CONTINUED NEXT WEKK A Profitable Investment I was troubled for about seven years with my stomach and in led half my time says IE Domick Somerville Ind I spout about 1000 and never could get anything to help mo until I tried Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure I have taken a few bottles aiidam entirely well r You dont live by what you eat but by what you digest and assim ilate If your stomach doesnt digest your food you are really starving Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does tho stomachs work by digesting tho food You dont have to diet eat nil you want Kodol Dyspep sia Cure cures all stomach troub leseH F PlKllATT Fitting Place for The Memorial It is most fitting and proper that tho National memorial should bo erected at Canton Olio over the last resting place of William McKinley It was his homo in lifo his children are burled there and it was his wish to Ho beside them More than this it is the desire of Mrs McKinley and his family as well as his nearest and dearest friends and tho Nations tribute should be builded there Electric Belt on Trial To introduce it and obtain agents the undersigned firm will send a few of their Electric Belts on trial on tho following terms 100 to be paid in ten days if tho Belt proves beneficial and the balance 200 to bo paid in sixty days if the Belt effects a cure These Belts are a positive cure for Rheuma tism Neuralgia Kidney trouble Stomach and Liver trouble AEth ma etc Address at once GERMAN ELECTRIC AGENCY tf PO Box 1871NewYorkNY- At Louisville 0 P Elzy charg ed with the murder of Albert Webb was acquitted Says He Was Tortured 11 suffered such pains from corns I could hardly walk writes H Robinson Hillsborough Ill but Bucklens Arnica Salve completely cured them Acts like magic on sprains bruises cuts sores scalds burns boils ulcers Perfect healer of skin diseases and piles Cure Guranteed 25c per box by r T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs t Sons Campton The total educational bonds of Kentucky amount to 247709080 I I 1IfXJrANRtLLw To cure SICK HEADACHE HABITUAL CONSTIPATION and all diseases arising from In digestion They will purify your blood and make yourcomplexion as FAIR AS A LILY They are gelatin csated PUCE 25 CENTS Sold by J M Rose Hazel Green Ky Mothert My mother was troubled with consumption for many years At j j last she was given up to die Then she tried Ayers Cherry Pectoral and was speedily cured j D P Jolly Avoca N Y I t rNo matter how hardfyour cough or how long I AyersCherry Ibest thing you can take Its too risky to wait until you have consump tion If you are coughing today get a bottle of Cherry Pectoral at once Tim altos 25c sec II All nrnllfl Consnit your doctor U he says take h nottoeII boLeanJ U AYEK CO Lowell Mall The New School Law The Kentucky Educational As sociation at a meeting in Louis vine adopted resolutions recom mending radical and dangerous changes in the school law of the state which will bo by a commit tee drafted into n hill and pre sented to the legislature to be enacted as a law Tho law they recommend would be an outrage upon each school district It denies each district the right to elect its own trustees to employ its own teachers and denies the district tho right to buy its own school house furniturefixturesotc and centralizes tho wholo power in tho hands of a paidcounty hoard that can employ teachers whether they aro satisfactory to patrons of tho school or not WoI believe the patrons of each school district are the best judges of their own needs and wants and that the right and privilege to conduct andcontrol their own affairs should not be taken from them Wo do not know it and have noI evidence now to prove it but it is our opinion that tho bug publishers of school books maps charts etc and the manufacturers of school house furniture supplies etc are behind this scheme Those concerns have dipped their hands into tho school laws of every state whenever they could As a rule it is much easier for those concerns to deal with a county school board than school district and whether or not they are be hind tho proposed law they will welcome it for it will bo to their likingWinchester Sun You have sized this matter up about right Bro Mitchell and if the bill is baitedwith a sufficient amount of boodle when thrown into tho political pond at Frank fort they will land a sufficient number of votes to carry it Fronchburg News Children Especially Liable Burns bruises and cuts are ex tremely painful and if neglected often result in blood poisoning Children are especially liable to such mishaps because not so care ful As a remedy DeWitts Witch Havel Salve is unequalled Draws out tho fire stops the pain soon heals the wound Beware of coun terfeits Sure cure for piles Do Witts Witch Hazel Salve cured my baby of eczema after two phy sicians gave her up writes James Mock N Webster Ind The sores were so bad site soiled two to five drosses a day II F PlEKATT 1 E B Allender a commission merchant on a small scale at Lexington assigned last week liabilities and assets small Dont Live Together Constipation and health never go together DeWitts Little Risers promote easy action of the bowels without distress I have been troubled with costiveness 9 years says J 0 Greene Depauw Ind I have tried many remedies but Little Early Risers give best re suits H F PIERATT Jas Miller alias McFarland was arrested atLouisville charged with killing a man in Calhoun county VitaasOre will relieve you of all aches and pains Agents wanted Apply to or address with stamp Spencer Cooper Hael Green Ky r I i l uuOne Six months year in n NiIDEI Three months Single copy + t you date 10 days are after before paid your to time name is IIThewhen give changed renewing 8 pottoffice letter should or or be bank to indicatesII S S= SjI I +COUNTY + DIRECTORY +I I ICmCUj COURT j I IThird ti t I j FourthjSeptember JudgeA 0tCommissionerj IfI If COURT monthI a JudgeW mM A T COMBS Sheriff AttorneyISAAC JailerUKOAssessorJOHN SurveyordFRANK SAMPLE Coronerri0MAGISTRATES COURTS 1 TIME OF HOUUNO AND OFFICIALSl l SnOCKEY1lagistrate holdingcourtcourtSEcoND ROSEJRConstableinFebruary DUFFistrate Mag ConstableCourtFebruary May August and November LEoaMagistrateConstableCourtMarchJuneCItAatnERsMagistrate VInnAThirdfridayandNovemberSEVENTH LINMagistrate r MarchJuneOLIVEnIlaglstlate settime I i i I Lexington and East rn Railway Tim+ Table In Effect Oct 20 1901 EAST BOUND I No2 Ii 10 p 4 STATIONS Daily ex Daily ex Sunday Su day +rMLve AMLye LexiagtbonI l 10 pm 7 40 am JILEJdncnClay Ci y1 3 40 pm 0 3 am t Stanton 3 51 pm 9 lo am Nat Bridge 4 20 pm 9 A am 1Deattyve i I 1 WEST BOUND tJ HSTATIONSSTATIONSI I Sunday j Su day pmBeattyvepmTorrentpmNatpmStautoopmClayLEJuncn n lOam 403 pm a pmLezington110 iJCHAS SCOTT Gen Pass Agent T It MORGAN S P A LOUISVILLE TIN AND STOVE COMPANY Jobbers and Dealers in I sToszEsJapaned and TinwareI ct LOUISVILLE KYe e DILLER BENNETT WHOLESALE FURNITURE The Largest Exclusive 527 W Main St Wholesale Furniture Dealer in the South LOUlBYllle Byacrk J I SIpilflGwortU Co Manufacturers and Jobbers of MENS BOYS HI nTUIMOc CHILDRENSULU I lllU607 W MAIN STREET r LOUISVILLE KY y REH BEVERSON 5 CO is 4 WOLESALE SADDLERY 508513 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY Want asOOO JB- T T BUYHe fteat iraf Pants I v 0F SOLE Dl1LBl HAZEL GREEN KY R n tJ rrr ml J W T m TI v fl 111IIII Lt r c Jli SPENCER COOPER Editor I HAZEL GREEN KY F THURSDAY January 1C 1002 UKCAUSK we last week noted the fart that many of our eiti zees had1 expressed the opinion that in buying tthe poor house farm the board ol mag tistrateshad acted hastily and J made a bad bargain SquireI John 1U Ruse jr jumps on j us with both feet calls peoplej liars told indulges in other r uncouth language He saysi there are 140 acres 7 whereas t x others and these close neigh j horssay that it is only aboutt t 100 acres and that it is very rough We know nothing about it ourself and it is posi J sible that we may have been imposed upon Of one thing however we are convinced j and that is that Judge Tuttjtt is to be congratulated uponI the sale Xo man with whomI we have talked blames him in1 1i the least The county wantedl to buy and he wanted to sellj and he was smart enough tto I do so at a very good price But whether there be 100 or 140 acres the filet remains that many of the people think it was a waste of the countys money Squire Rose Squire Oliver and Squire Chambers were the committee to buy the farm and their haste in I doing so may be accounted for in the fact that they knew the county clerk had some cashI on hand which they wanted tto get their clutches on Win Chambers paid 7000 ham f ante on the farm he boughtt r of the county and Henry 7Campbell paid in SGOODon l M the delinquent list Squire Hose presented his bill fu l 2400 for services as commis sioner and was allowed S20+ Oliver was allowed M 20 andI Chambers 1700 and it was ordered paid out of the funds in the hands of the kRt Besides this the board of mag istrates allowed themselves 7 4 3 per diem for three days each aunt this was orderedlI i paid out of the same fund 5100 furjust six of the magistrates and 5700 for three off those c01utniSa sioners in buying the poor sl farm And this allowed outt of the cash in hand of the clerkwhile other claimants have to wait a year It will be seen that they voted them selves S111 of 130 andwhy they didnt gobble up the other 25 is a question un answered Xow are the mug istrates any moro entitled toI be paidcash in hand thanl S t other wLL fail to see the reason But as before stated to get hold1l t of this money probably hast ened the deal for the farm I ff we are correctly informed the firstMt choice of either Squire Rose or some others and one magI istrate agreed to its 1purchase only after he be allowed to se it although his choice was a place lucid at 1200 Next morning when asked if he would entertain a proposition farmfora replied he hadvoted for the Tuttlace thisAse ofJcey I F tc sfwdYt P ly gave the concensus of opin ion That he does not forfeit it will be glorious news to his constiuents because it would have been a calamity from I which the county might never have recovered Now Squire a few words in conclusion Tin HKISAII has hen very kind to you in the past and you mike nothing by getting mad and calling people names I because they happen to diner with you in opinion An of ficial should be very guarded in his language and especially one who is ambitious to go up higher John you are too quick on trigger Ilemcmber that notwithstanding you hold the exaltedposition of justice of the peace there are other people who have a right to express their opinion of public affairs Dont we beseech you try to play President Roose vent and close the mouths of the people as he has th mouths of time armv and navyw 1A Perfect Cathartic Is one which does not wrench thei system or leave it week and exhausted A perfect cathartic iHI found in Hoods Pills They are praised everywhere and after once being tried they soon permanently fashioreId drastic pills such as our grand fatter used Hoods Tills aro the only pills to take with Hoods Sarsaparilla and they greatly aidll that medicine in its cleansing and1 il purifying work CURRENT EVENTS Irnclo Sam was made by public to look that Carnagie gifthorte in the mouth a 0 a Congress has dropped back into its reguar trove gut ulltileyear gait as a result of too much holi day 0 0 Q Mr Roosevelt is sowing a cropI of anti seed that cannot fail in duo time to produce a crop of thistleI in his path- Results 0 of tho JIannaForakor battle are such as to encourage both to continuo fighting and to please democrats tThe Dowager Empress of China is getting foxy To olTaet reported1 favors to the Boxers she has been talking favorably to foreigners po0 i NeoJya trial has started in ha- vana j but in view of the time iit j nobodyIguess o o There have been heavy gales onII tho Atlantic but ChauncyDepew who was coming home with his bride didnt know it until ho readl it in tho papers o Senator Clark of Montana feelsI slighted when the Washington match makers loft a whole week pass without choosing and an flouncing a wife for him o o o Tho first round of tho Hanna Foraker scrap was declared draw but they have gono so far that they will have to fight to a fiuis 11 tho next tulle they clinch o o 0 Admirals Dewey and Schley have gone south in search of more balmy atmosphere but Gen Miles is stillj thriving in Washington notwith l standing the Roosevelt frigidity 0 0 Perhaps the Washington manI who split anothers head open withI a teakettle was merely trying to introduce rod tea as a rival toI tho pink teas he had been reading about o 0 0 If Capt Richmond P Hobson of Morrimac fame should succeed in exchanging from tho navy into congress the ought to be able to put up somo hot speeches on favor itism in tho navy o 0eThe Panama devil fish seems to bo slowly but surely gathering iin Mr Roosevelt and his administra tion Congress can still save themjl by a vigorous use of tho j axe but it will have to cut fast o- o Yep 1 Funny things in politics Ir Griggstho New Jersey Griggs if you please gave up tho portfolio of attorney general in Mr McKinleys cabinet because the 01 3000 salary would not justify his I leaving his private practice Now Mr Griggs is scrambling to got j sent to the senate whore his salary willonly bo 5000 Either his jpractice has fallen off or he doesnt regard a seat in the senate as a bar to its continuance o o o Public or semipublic donations should not ho too closely investi gated What looks liko genuine benevolence to tho naked eye is often shown to bo only an awakon ied conscience when placed under a powerful glass Such discoveries are not beneficial to anybody o o n Much rot is being written under the guise of criticism of tho demo crats in Congress Tho only fault I wo have to find with the democrats in congress ia that thero aro Ij I not enough of them and that fault is likely to bo remedied at this years election 0 0 It would ho much hotter for alien residents of this countrywho are not satisfied with tho same legal rights given citizens of tho goeback homo than for congress to give them rights that aro not given to citizens o The Rough Riders cant shako jotf the habit of attracting public Ifh wasIagent Packing I Gos branch at Eureka Springs Ark skipped with all the available cash the other day o o 0- Conlconsumnllrs need expect no benefit from the entry of tho bisteel trust into the coaling field The trust that duos anything for tho benefit oft1o con sinner is yet to be born CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought I I Bears theJ Signature of af7 CfUA SQUIRE ROSE Jumps Upon Us With Both Feet for Airing a Rumor In last weeks issue your paper presumably from your own pen I seen a statement to tho effect that by accepting the position of super visor I had forfeited the office of justice of the peace to which I had recently been elected the du ties which ofiico I was sworn to fulfill It is true that accepted tho position of supervisor and was qualified as such andafterwards gave bond and was sworn in as- justice of tho peace I do not know who is tho author of tho malignant andscurrilous report that I had accepted a position incom pntible with tho office to which the IIcare to know bnt I will say it is a Ilio out of whole cloth which had Iits conception in ignorance of the byII known to be disloyal to a friend or recreant to a trust I was sworn lito execute tho duties of office to which the people elected mo and I will do it Tho office of justice of tho peace and tho position of supervisor are not incompatible as will be clearly seen by reference to section 8i4Gof tho Ken tacky statutes- h Granting for tho sake of argu ment they are incompatible the office of justice of the peace is not forfeited Section 3744 Kentucky statutes roads 11The acceptance by one in office of another office or employments incompati hie with the one he holds shall operate to vacate the first As tho position of supervisor was accepted first the law will not operate to vacate tho other Hence those who are anxious as to who I j shall bo my successor may dismiss their anxieties and cease to wory about tho matter for I intend to hold tho office until it is vacated by some act of omission or com mission by myself and to the thoseIto wnom it finds credence a word of advise Wet your heads and keep your heads cool for such remarkable fertility cannot be kept too moist Also I see a statement in the same issue of your papor that the magistrates of Wolfe county had bought a poor houso farm located in time Rocky Branch about 21 or 3 miles from Campton and cost about 1000 and that it is very rough piece of land practically without improvements and is thought to be a waste of the county money Now in justice to my i self as I am a magistrate and heiped to buy said land that the foregoing is not a true statement of the facts in tho case In the I first place it is not located in time I Rocky Branch but on the Rocky Branch It is not a rocky fnrmi it contains about 140 acres of land 00 acres cleared well forced in a 1high state of cultivation Tho remainder of said land is well timbered it is rich and productive Itji roomscontainsnicely ceiled with a stackstono chimney The farm is well worth tho money These facts can not bo contradictod and 1 challenge any man over his own signature who professes to know tho facts to discuss this matter with mo II do this with no exalted opinion of myi ability but with n conscious ness of tho rectitude of tho motives lof my associates and myself and tho justice ofTne cause which wo i represent We can not afford to ignore such grave and flagrant charges against the honor andi judgment of tho fiscal court as thou composed I make these statements to sot thyself right be fore tho people Respectfully JoaN D ROSE J IP Tan 13 1902- DrFennersGOIDEN RELIEF 11 VU YIIYI CYI L y A THCCrrclrIC la ALL b7 INFLAMMATION E i t aurelhrot lleulrhe minute Tuuth Y ache U- f bll fareFrlomelerte ee g 0- lelnvlel I colds Forming Fevers GRIP CUBES ANY PAIN INSIDE OR OUTD In one to thlrt7ntuote- lat elem Taa We tlM t uuil rrnlonUiV Sold by II F Pieralt Hazel Green Ky Another Murder in Breathitt Nod Spicor a wealthy farmer aged 88 years was found murdor od in his homo twenty miles from Jackson by his neighbor His head hind beer beaten almost into a jelly with clubs and marks of violence were upon his body No arrests have been made but suspicion rests upon two persons He owns extensive lauds which could bo converted into a fortune WANTED Trustworthy man andI women to travel timid advertise for old established house of solid finan cial standing Salary 7SO a year and expenses all payable in cash No canvassing required Give references and enclose selfaddressed1 stamped envelope Address Mann ger 355 Caxton Bldg Chicago tf Topics for sermons at the Chris lan church Sunday at 11 am Tho Lords Supper Type u AntitJlwA Study At G5JO p m Christian Unity Everybody will be cordially welcomed to each service and it is especially desiredl that all attend the evening service Take your Bible When you have head ache or neuralgia try Triphone Sold by SS Combs t Sons Campton mini I H F Pieratt Hazel Green tf rom Amyx and family on Mon day moved into J T Day resilIencet recently vacated by Dr Waldeck They have been living just above Daysboro Pileino Cures Piles Money refunded if it ever fails When you have head acho or neuralgia try Triphone Sold by S S Combs S Sons Campton ami H F Pioratt Hazel Green tf Snariffs SaIo for Taxess By virtue ol tuxes lu the Shcriffof Wolfe county foryears liHHMlHH I willon Monday tinybetween t d oclock p m at the court house door ini the town of Campton Ky expose to public stile fur cash in hand the following real estate or so much thereof as may be acres nary to satisfy the taxes and costs towit District No 27i acres listed in the name of Henry A Mnniiin adjoining laud of J n McNabb fur year lIHJl Tax and cost 6ODist No l About 70 acres listed in the name ot Sam Moores heirs adj land of 1 T Day for year 1901 Tax nail cost Weo Dist No 2 House and lot in Hazel adjlandTax and cost 1321 Dist No s 30 acres listed in name of Amanda G White adj land ofGreen Slam per for year 1901 Tax and cost 322 Dist No 2 Ho cand lot in Daysbnro listed in name of Al Iteid colored ailj land of Campbell Kaisor for year 1901 Tax and cost S11H Dial No 2About 75 acres listed the name of J J Catron adj the lands 10II Win McNabb for year 1901 Tax and 951 A T COMBS S W C- Ity II F IlEKATT D S January 7 1902 j WAR BDe RELIABLE MAN for Manager of a openinOlportunitygive good reference when writinsI The AtTr Morris Wholesale House CINCINNATI O CSylllustrated catalogue Ic stamps EVERY PAIR OF TIGER + PANTSMade Perfect in Fit Full in Seat and STAC +WSHtlnRTS 8i f Are Better Better Good Better Made and 1ForKYr bli I xx- jmne Grass jiUfSOneS i ALL 1901 I Fruit mid Ornnincntnl TrecsGrapeynea Small FruinsAMparajil and everything for Orclmrl lawn end Louisa We fell direct nl right priors to the planter andI leave no- ngculs General Catalogue on application tu lioili telephones II F HIILKNMKYER iIjioxn J70 Lexington Kj iA nett firstclass cafe for ladies and gentlement has been opened in tho Phoenix Hotel Annex oppos ito tho CC O depot whore nil tho delicacies of tho season are served j in lirstchu style Ladies j especially are iinvited ITKE HARTF1ELDII Headquarter Mt Sterling Ky KKIRKS- KSTSGUCGENHEIMER Co LYXCIII5UW VA Importers and Jobbers of Dry Goods Notion and Fancy lands We manufacture the well known IJKATSALL Pant and Overalls Hold your orders until you see tutu 00o0000000000000000000040401M i i Attorney atLaiv e iHAZEL GREEN KY tWill practice in courts of Wolfe and ad ioining counties Collvrtions a specialty 00000000000400900000000000ooooosoeooooo0000000 t C tco err nr + ypJr f2Jo oOUUOOOOIOOIOOIOOIOOOO The following school hooks in bebouglt at this ollice at less than dealers prices A saving of lo JKT cent is guar anteed you lint you must be quick as these arc ohthe have Fryes Elements cf Geography 52 zents Fryes Complete Geography S100 Cyrs First Header 23 cents Cyrs Second Reader 29 cents Cyrs Third ReadEr 40 cuts Cyrs Fourth Reader 48 cents Cyrs Filth Reader 56 cents Childrens Primer 10 cents Prince Arithmetic Grade I 16 cents IArithmctlc Grade III IB cents II Arithmetic Grads IV 16 cents Tarbells Lessons in Lanpn ge Grammar 48 cents Our Government by Macy 60 cents Childs Book of Health 24 cents Onr Bodies and How Wo Live Blaidsell centsdBeginners American History 48 cents Loading Facts of American History 80c SPENCER COOPER ROSE Q WHEELER PRAC T ICA- LBLAOKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS HAZEL GREEN KY j Inrito the aUintiin of tlio fanners of this vi deity to their ini provedfucilitis for WacKHmitlunc and wagnnmating as well as repair workof all kinds dlA full force elf first claw mechanics insures promptness in the execution of all work entrusted to Ithem and atisfnc lion is guaranteed in allIfBuggy building nrd wi = on making are our specialties Your patronace is re t apinOIK F VIIKELER A 10CEXT WATCH I anjthingbut A 1000 WATCH i is just a hundred times a betterStep in and see that Thin Model Gold Filledi Gentlemans111 Itch were selling at 10UUaWe have others lower and higher priced FRED JJI HEINTZ Manufacturing Jeweler East Main St near Postoflicc KYI1TUEHERALDandlfouthlyWorld t p M s v vr vwwvwwrw Cheapest Store On Earth Quality oi Goods Considered iiH fQ PATTDKALKU IV 11ktJJ M VfPH h tlI J1hJ nj t- I t Stock Country ProduceI LIVERY ANOPEE I STABLE Horses Hacks Buggies e for hire at all times and charges reasonablel 4- LUIVJrBERRough Dressed and Tongue and Grooved feettpricesiTA ESAll outstanding taxes must be settled now ilor levy will 1 be made as 1 have only until fJanuary 1 10J to make settlement in full Dontt tdelay or it will be detrimental to you 1 Your friend H F PIERATT SI F I HOLIDAY GOODS r Y3 a ANTA CLAUS need ing a J large store In WhIch he can showoj ills goods to advantage hit the r nail 011 the head when he selected J T Days for headquarters He will have there the most wonderful lot of toys and jimcracks ever J seen in Hazel Green IFaney Candies Toys Dulls and everything pretty will be found there in IprofusionI and all new and cheap so cheap that everybody may JIIbuy SIGHT IIS GOOD and you are invited to look before you leap DnLI P 0 jj r iiTOYS I 1 I CECGL BRO Have just recr ivcd anti opened a complete line of the handsomest t CII 4 and Animal and Mechanical Toys ever seen in Hazel Green which are to please the children and their stock o- fHLI7 Y G ODS 3 twill please everybody that sees it as prices are very low 1 tt- r tt THe CnIistm8S bus ire Binging And the pretty maids are sing ing right merrily the while IJecause at1 t THE DAY MILLINERY may be found everything in style On our bells are pic tured other bells whose beau ty can only be enhanced by a stylish hat from this bazar of fashion where may be had all the wraps jackets etc ssrEverything at the lowest prices quality considered j CLOTHIMCI have a nice lot of clothing which I intend to close out and if you want a bargain in this line do not fail to call at once CS1BIOESOIAlso I will sell you shoes at 100 that Ihave always sold at 125 and the same proportion clear through Remember this is for CASH ONLY i i i QITHE1 JIIIlEL GBEEJ HC DEJI oo NORMAL AND PREPARATORT SCHOOL o- ofTl1o present term began Soptember 8 with tho largest enrollment in tho history of the school The Second Session begins JANUARY I 1902 paA thorough practical school for young men and AcademicComJl1ercil1l Department i Tuition t1L00 for 38 Weeks i lmuartft 00 per WeekiFor particulars write W H COttD Principal 4 J ScrofulabFew are entirely from It mty develop so sowly as to cause little If any disturbance during theJ whole period of childhood It may then produce Irregularity1 of the stomach ant bowels dysjHpslaI catarrh and marked tendency to consumption before nianifisMne Itself in much cutaneous eruption or t nndtilar swelling- It Is bet to be sure that you are quite free from it and for Its complete ersdica j tion you can rely on I cs Hoods Sarsaparilla The best of all medicines for all hUl11orsj j e THE HERALD j 4Wilson on Saturday sold Thos Taulhee a house and lot in Daysboro for 150 in cash r The roport that John Murphy had sold his farm which appeared b in last weeks paper was prema r turoIIIIII in exchange for groceies harness a p BrOI1Hazel spareIribsignorance w Mies Miranda Dennis attended the funeral of her nephew William Dennis on Red river last Thurs l 3 day who died Wednesday night at 9 oclock aged 19 byIIC riches and purillc the blood It iq C e bet medicine for nervous PEOPLE With regard to the statement by Rev Mr Greening that he did x not rent the parsonage Mr Stamp s er conies forwardand says posit pushy that he did rent from Mr y Greening and could prove the fact by witnesses We hope this will close the controversy v Misses Emma and Ida Day two r of the young lady students at the academy accompanied by their ti father James T Day of Lykins Morgan county paid our office ai call Saturday to see the press in operation but were disappoint willrcall again Judge Wheeler whose term ofr office expired with the end of 1901 r is said to have since laid himself liable to prosecution by Byrd I f hunting on Sunday But they tsayho is perfectly willing to pay the penalty and some predict that he will ask the authorities to a5is assign his punishment at once Dr Center reports the birth ofI twin girls to the wife of George t Billings of Stillwater on Thurs day the 9th inst The father in t this case is only just 21 past and the mother about 18 so if they i acontinues in tho cause as they have commenced they willere a ripe old age have fulfilled the t scriptural injunction Replenish andmutiply the earth I torI rLexington last week to enlist in r the army but owing to a difference i I of an inch in his walking gear 1hewas disqualified If Green had run against a slick confidence j man and got his leg pulled her would have been a soldier now Langworthy Byrd and Simpkins who were with him passed the examination and are now wearing l the blue Frenchburg NewsI d MessengerdI Schooler and T B Thrashmade its appearance last week Owing c to declining health Mr Caraway was forced to retire and leased tho I paper to the gentlemen named both of whom are practical printers Mr Thrash however will w have the management and judg ing from the improved appearance of the paper we believe he will give the people of Morgan a good x paper 3 A Fine Showing Tho directors of the Standard isPublishing Company of Lexing y ton Ky which owns the South t1 1ern School Journal has declared an 8 dividend npon its capital tock this dividend to be paidout of the net earnings of the company I i t for the year 1901 It is the- Y I only stock in Lexington paying f eight per cent this year 10 per cent could have been paid but the directors think it best to hold a good reserves The list of bonafido paying subscribers has been in t creased to nearly five I I w tbonendl x GOT LEFT BT SAM WILSOS I wrote my love a matchless song And on the lines she pondered long She seemed to be with rapture caught At visions of my inmost thought To a music firm she sent the gemii This masterpiece of heart and pen ItTenIt Her love for me has grown icecold And now my heart is sorely hrreltIIShe got the profits and I got left A Little Book of Great Importance Do yon over wish for a book that I cnn be relied upon ttt rnswr cor rectly all the little questions and knotty problems thnt present themI selves day by daya book that I II will quickly decide nil arguments on all subjects The 1902 World Almanac and Encyclopedia which t is now ready is exactly this kind t of book It takes the same posi tion in the world of facts and f figures as does the dictionary in the world of words I This littlo volume contains over GOO pages of wellprinted agate type every line containing sonic facts that you will sooner or later want to lookup I The World Almanac should oc cupy a prominent place in every progressive American household Tho 1902 edition is more complete than any of the former ones It contains facts on many subjects o that have recently been brought to the public notice and which every uptodate person should have at his fingers ends Among the features of the 1902 Almanac are The millionaires of the United Statesa list giving the names of nearly 1000 Americans who pos seas over 1000000 The great American trusts full particulars of 103 loading industrial organiza tious Organized labor enlarged statistics of the strength of labor It unions and the present condition = of the labor movement The Nicaragua Canal and the HayPaunce j fote treaties with Great Britain Progress of aerial navigation inC 1901 Complete United States Census Anarchist statistics ofj the United States and Europe c itc to the extent of over 1000 topics i The 1002 World Almanac andI Encyclopedia is on sale by all t newsdealers throughout the couni try for 25 cents When ordered by mail lOc extra for postage must bo inclosed to The World New York I Dr Nickell who was called in consultation with Dr Carrollre ports the birth ofa boy to the I Leeft r This child was weighed immediately i ijj after birth and bore down DrlIfectly formed says its head appeared rII be abnormally largein fact as large as a child two or three t mouths old I Getting Thin I J is all right ifyou are too fat I andall wrong if too thin already II Fat enough for your habit is healthya little more or less is no great harm Too fat consult- a doctor too thin persistently thino matter what cause take Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil There are many causes of get comeIwork andunderdigestion Stop overwork if you can but whether you can or not take Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil to balance yourself with your work You cant live on ittruebut by it you can Theres a limit however youll pay for it Scotts Emulsion ofCod Liver Oil is the readiest cure for cant cat unless it comes of your doing no workyou cant long be well and strongwithout some sort of activity Tho ganulne hasc this picture on ittakpFKroiber f you havo not tried it send for fiao sample its agreeable i taste will 1 urprisa you 1 COlT BOWNE Chemists 4O9 Pearl Street New York sOc end X100 allI fJnumltI I t f Judgment Reversed Commonwealth Kentucky i vs C H F Pieratt Profane Swearing This offence being committed i in theI presence of the Police Judge on the 25th day of Feb 1899 it is therefore adjudged that the de fendnnt II P Pieratt be and he 13 hereby fined 100 for swearing i in town of Hazel Green for tho use and benefit of said town This Feb 25 1899 G W WHEEIEU J H G P C At the Novomber election H F Pieratt wns elected as Judge Wheelers successor rend as will be seen by tho following reverses the judgment This courtbeing acquainted with the circumstances connectedwith this toss adjudges that same be dismissed without prnjudico Dif ference in opinion between the two judges H F PIERATT J H G P C j i An Empty Sack Cannot Stand Upright Neither can poor weak thin Is SJSIternj Hoods Pllla do tripe All drugglstsne Strayed from my place on or Is spotItedcrop in each ear and hole in right Any information left at printing thankfulIy COUNTY NEWS NOTES o tToinsure insertion ALL corns I byMonday mi j IItJ that nearby on Monday morning Our correspondents are derelict in duty and we want to say that henceforth they i will not receive papers except for the j week they hue news letters We ares dependent upon them for the news and I when they fail to send in their favors they put unto great inconvenience I SUNNY SIDEIThomas Cruoy of Lacy creek gave thin place a brief buiiueas 1 last week Miss Lillio Rose of Lacy creek j attended the divorce suit at the 1 academy Friday night 1James Perkins of Lacy creek i and Edward Onoy and stator Gallic pent Sunday in Daysboro I Miss Stella Hurst and brother f HardHu of upper Stillwater stayed over night with friends in Days j boro Friday night it Leroy Boggs of your town passed i up hero driving with two drum mere Guess he took em to hoar iIiof the iron horse whistleII Lauford Craft has moved into I the Pieratt house on the hill with theII ILee Cnskey a prominent citizen lof Grassy stayed all night with j this sister Mrs Nowt Lacy Tues night i JTaulbee began a select i school last week in Maytown with an enrollment of 13 pupils Ho is one of the best teachers in our county Among the pupils who enrolled II in school Monday we noticed Noldn Davis Nannie Cecil nndI Roy Hurst Wo are always glad Ito see our oldschool mates come I back as well as for new ones to come in t I Misses Etta Swango Lula Taul bee and Callio Oney loft Sunday of last week for a visit to May j town and were well entertained at the home of R A Childers tillII Tuesday andon their return took dinner with A B Swango and family Jan 14 SUSIE SUXBEAM STILLWATER SPARKLES I Mrs Press Rose was viiiting inr our town Saturday I Stephen Collier was a welcome I visitor in our town Sunday Leonard Taylor spent Sunday I I with the people at Lands WII A little child of Biram and wife is very ill at this KingII I Squire J M Taylor went to Hazel Green on business last Monday I W B Rose has returned home from a two weeks visit in Morgan countyJ Govedon got one of his shoulders very badly hurt last week but is some better Roscoe Wells is teaching a school near home Rev John Barker is also teacbing at the Stillwater bridgeMarried on Tuesday of last week Miw Francis Holloa to Jeff c1i Pence May their lives be all sunshineMrs T Center gave a birth day dinner Friday in honor of her father David Rose who resides I birthIdayi presIentand MraEliza Hogg a sister both I being sick were not presentIJan 14 Pot hoo LANE s wake LILIES up lets not get II behindwi hour news GB Sta per of Can pton pasted through hero Thursday on his way to Breathitt GardnerVancleave and daughter Clara went to Campton Thursday- to do some shopping United States Deputy Marshal sunIdnyClayton Center of your townjj creokispent Hardin B Hurst and wife visited j his parents S H Hurst and i wife of Peartreo Breathitt countII SundayTwo revenue men from Breathitt lcjCoythis week Ed W Terrill of Vortex villitedII his grandparents Mr Timothy Terrill of this place the I latter part of last week Misses Zorilda and Martha se11j visited the homo of Dr Center nd wife of your town Saturday and Sunday of last week Sunday was Rev Bedingers day at the Elkins chapel but as it was uch a cold disagreeable day there was not many out to hear him Jan 14 MILE Tid Bits From Lane tooIlate for last weeks issue Nathan Hollon tooka flying trip to Jackson Friday Taylor Sowell was visiting on Frozen creek Sunday notIweekMiss Minnie Pence has a bono felon on her finger which causes her severe pain Prof F D Palmeter of Camp ton took dinner with us Wednes weokI and Mnggio Rose Lacy creek visited the homo of i r and Mrs Isaac Elkins last week Misses Zerilda and Caroline Sewell spent Sunday night with I the family of Mr and Mrs Isaac ElkinsRev I AIHenry Taylor preached theIBailey Sunday nnI attentive audience I Maggie the little daughter of Mr and Mrs J J Blankenship- has been very ill several days with something like la grippe- S N Hobbs of Meadow Branch near Campton and D B Hollon of this place have swapped farms andwill move in a short time Mrs Melissa Combs widow of i Den Mat Combs has tent her two little boys Kelly and Charley to the Masonic Homo at Louisville Sam J Elkins and Tom Sowell and Misses Lula and Gertrude Elkins of Lane left Monday for Campton where they will matriculate in school We wish them great success in their studies and I if time moves on as now will join them in the near future Jan C MARION TO TilE 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 ilr to write for our confidential letter before ap and worth oa- tyPATENTS prrompuyabtainmay Foreign and TRADEMARKS or return EN TIRE attorneys tie Send model sketch IMMEDIATEFREEthe itlegal service and advice and our charges are moderate Try IlL 1 SWIFT CO Patent LawyerslOpp US Pateat Ofce Washla its DC DR J M WALDECK Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KYy peopleHazelprofessional calla day or DInt Obatetricb a specialty iS 1 c ii c t KadolDyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat This preparation contains all of the digcstants and digests all kinds of food It Rives instant relict and never fails to cure It allows you to cat all the food you want The most sensitive stomachs can take it Ily its use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else failed It la unequalled for all stomach troubles It cant helpI goodISituations Secured I for pad uatescrtuitionrefundcd write at once for catatogne and specw aers MasseyBusinesJ LoslsIIie Ky Mont9omeefAiL lIauslon Tu Coumus ev I PkhmoedVaairnfr3hznAla hr1 h flour flour flour S lISVI S W ROBERT P RASH The originator of LOW PRICES is wholesale dealer in FLOUR SALT and solicits tho patronage of the merchants of the mountains J sTViIl meet any legitimate competition buyiug McCausey Ky Sick Headache Food doesnt digest well Appetite poor Bowels constipated Tongue coated Its your liver Ayers Pills are liver pills they cure dys pepsia biliousness 23c All druggists want your rooHlatbe or beard a beactiful bruin or rich blark Then ue rhoBUCKIHGHaI t seer or Coo oR P wu a Ca to u MM- MENDELWEINSTOCK 5 CO RATS027029 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY JL G ROBINSON BEATTYVILLE KY General Salesman for Iu M HUGHES CO LOUISVILLE KY Manufacturers of HighGrade Vinegui 4 1idor Solicits orders from the merchants of the mountains and guarantees atisfaetion A wail order will receive prompt attention iA Farm tor Sale5 I will sell my farm of 159 ACRES Consistingi of about SO acres of cleared more than half of which is in grass and the rest in good oak timber with otto Good Frame Dwelling House- of four rooms ana a good drilled well if never failing water and outhouses cribs and stable also two tenant houses There is a Fine Vein of tho BEST COAL iron which several thousand bushels are sold each year Tire farm is one and one halfmiles from Hazel Green A good bargain can be made by applying in per son cr writing to WM U CORD i Hazel Green Ky ISO tell your friends how t I much you enjoy the JM J HERALD PBINTIXQ IST IHERJOBAl sg4 Ii eh- re 7 I 11ACANOUR I S 1 l a f a IGood Liquor is free from adul teration drugs crude s irits and 3 other harmful ingredients This is a subject worth looking into for as a necessity a luxury and a plea sure a good stimulant is Important When you want something good send us your orders Hagans Old Bourbon In Jugs 4 year old 200 per gallon 5 year old 225 per gallon G year old 250 per gallon 7 year old 275 per gallon- S year old 300 per gallon 10 Year Old in Bottles Plain Box 4 Quarts 300 G Quarts 450 12 Quarts 900 IShcrrYr1501Blackbcrry Sherry per 125 Port per gallon 125 Blackberry per gallon 100 Catawba per gallon 100 YOU PAY XPRESS CHARGES II Send P O Money Order or Registered Letter to the HAGAiraSTILLING CO jlraLEXINCTON KY i I TiT = V = j = = = V = tlIJVt lh l rell J rii not a decoction of chemicals Lut ofcourse it iis new and under proof fir ljOur Mountain Dew 5 year old whiskey is a liquid joy It is actu lM fally produced by hottest Tar Iltels in the Mountain Section of C by the JjS tilDe hand l rocess Every thou is boiled over open furnace wood fires M iIiIoldold style copies stills in exactly the same way as distilled by our grand 11 a century ago rate whiskey is sold at5 and 6 per gallon but S tt- 1is not any better than Mountain Dew It is the best in the world tied musts Ill ft JL 0tij s v more fully introduce Mountain Dew we offer either three or five gallons 00 fI in plain sealed box at the special price of 195 per gallon cash with order Ill Mi l sitivclv no larger amount shipped On future shipments we will require ntt the usual price viz iV5 per gal Express prejiain to all regular customers Yi1We hun branch warehouses in Denver St Louis and Cincinnati but all frn 1- requestsu nj 44- 1Jf S C CASPER CO WinstonSalem N C U S A I Main Offices Warehouses Nos 104546 Liberty 1 3 4 5 Maple St It11 i I GoodTitnesr IlKOAITHLY a a a The Only High Class Monthly at World a Year in 25ct Siitttn Pages Four CoforaM to the Page Every page a Magazine In Itself each department edited by one who knowa- how every number a mine of information and entertainment I gallbn First CONTAINS THE FOLLOWING- fJEPARTNENTS One Short Story Biographical TIcS Bits Popular Science Amateur Photography e All the Comfort of Home The Family OJEdltoraOJ tThet Work Is Done a Sampls Copy lor Ibt Aiklng Address GOOD TIMES Columbus O II iii II 0 0 II II 0 II II 1111 II I II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II I II 1111I11 IITho above magazine free for G months to new Herald subscribers r i KentucKys S Greatest I Newspaper Dally One Year 312 Copies BY MAIL at a rate JI S THAN 1 C iOTAYjlI j l lie i nest Hrichtest end Deal Parr In theSeuthtram 10 10 to pages tally 20 nnj 24 pages on Saturday OUMClninUi FREE edditiaecandI ofover 600 pain FREE to nllatnCIaz In their subscription for one Year btlorc April I 1902- RATES DV nlL ONLV One Year 53 a months S2 3 fionlhs JI23 One Month SOc We will be glad to send sample copies on application THE EVENING POST LOUISVILLE KY ro1 OF EVERY DESCBIFnOH mTiNEATLY CHEAPLYsAKB PROMPTLY EXEGUnD JUfc lii THIS OFFICE AND SATISFACTION GUAmiNTEED 1NALL CASES l ffi m mli itof0 4 rur- y r DO YOU GET UP I WITH A LAME BACK r Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable r Almost everybody who reads the news tapers is sure to know of the wonderful paper made by Dr Urcrs SwampRoot L reinedYyc i cal triumph of the nine disI1 byDrkidney and bind der specialist and iis g t wonderfully successful In promptly curing lame back kidney bladder uric acid trou bles and Brlghts Disease which is the wers form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot is not kidIommended for everythingbut if you have ney liver or bladder trouble It will be found Just the remedy you need It has been tested f In so many ways in hospital work in private I purIIr i s I In this and your address to t ItofferKllmerCoBing1 N Y The errs nent J f regular fifty cent and nomoof Pdoli- arsizes are sold by all good druggists 1 Richard Kerens TribnleII Hon Richard C Kerens of St t f Louis is better known throughout t i the country us a remarkably suc t cessful business man and as a pol itician of rare sagacity than as IIi literary character yet in a lotto to Tho McKinley National Menlo rial Association of which ho is anI honorary member he pays the fol lowing eloquent tribute to the late President Tho beauties of his nature his lovable character willI 4t enduro longer than the granite shaft that may bo raised to honor his memory Above nil was the sublimo example shown in his death This is a heritage to the world which will shine out bright er as time goes on and should make all nations more thoughtful for good and more abhorrent of evil The ages to como and generations yet unborn will be inspired by the story of his more than Christia- a death ti Child Worth Millions My child is worth a million tome says Mrs Mary Bird of liar risburg Pa yet I would have lost her by croup had I not purchased a bottle of One Minute Cough Cure One Minute Cough Cure is sure coure for coughscroup1 and throat and lung troubles AnI absolutely safe cough cure which acts immediately The youngest I tastschild can take it with entire safe 11I and remember how often it helperII them Every family should haven bottle of One Minute Cough especiallyit I s II F PlEHATT 2 The sum of 72002036 was spentI for charitable purposes in Ken tucky last year and Gov Beck ham asks tho legislature to make a rigid investigation She Wants it Published j k Goochs MexicnnSyrup has given i k perfect satisfaction in my family and I want to recommend it ttoI everyone as the best remedy for II troubr itlos A young lady in my employ ajitwhohad been forced to quit work who had been given up to di Ltr by her friends with consumption I has by tho use of Goochs Mexican Syrup been restored to health andtII is now at work earning her and enjoying good health lhillgIge I wants me to publish this ns may be the means of saving tho life some consumptiveR 0 ofII The office of enrolling clerk of r the Kentucky senato was more hotly contested than any other batS had been taken tomFood Changed to Poison I Putrefying food iin the intestines produces effects like those of arse nic but Dr Kings Now Life Pills expel tho poisons from cloggedIII bowels gently easily but surely curing constipation billiousncss sick headache fevers all liver I rkidney and bowel troubles tar cts at J Taylor Day Hazell Green or S S Combs Sons Campton drugstores I Kentucky had a cash balance of i t thistYY wore in control It would bo the aotherway IerIle f rllghtntnr bendintachtne at Y carriage cul BxRan tlZ SOY at Lexington Kp Awfnl Peril I IWomaAns one chance to that is through Inn operation were tho startling heard by Mrs 1 H Hunt of 1Limo Ridge Wis from her doctor after ho had vainly tried to cure her of a frightful case ofstomach trouble and yellow jaundice Gallstones had formel and she constantly grew worse Then sho be gan to uo Electric Litters which wondlrI Ftl Hnzol Green or S S Combs IOn Sons Campion druggists IIAn effort iis bolus mado by tho new members from Kenton county and from Covington to get a bill through the legislature permitting the people to voto on a proposi tion to remove tho county seat from Independence to Covington Hows This J Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward for any caso of Catarrh that connot be cured by Halls Ca tarrh Cure Fl utNtvtCCo- Props Toledo 0 Wo tho undersigned have known IrCheney for the last 15 years nnd believe him perfectly honor i able in all business transactionsI financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm- 1lIartC1uutN11holesale Drug jists Toledo O WAUUXO KINXAN fc MAUVIN Whulusalu Druggists I Toledo 0- Hulls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternnlly acting directly upon th blood and mucous surfaces of tho system Price Toe per bottle SoldI t I by nil Druggists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the best rPeople generally do not know it hut through loss of the bonds Ken tucky will escape tho payment ofi Go91 They have gone the way of Ward s ducksaud the taxpayersI will bo glad of it Saw Death Near It often made my heart ache ElginuTenn to hear my wife cough un til it seemed her weak and sore lungs would collapse Good doc tors said she was so far gone with consumption that no medicine or earthly help could save her but a friend recommended Dr Kings New Discovery and persistent use 1of this excellent medicine saved her life Its absolutely guar anteed for coughscolds bronchitis asthma and all throat and lung licenses 50 cents and X10 at J Taylor Day Hazel Green and1 S S Combs tC Sons Campton drugstores Trial bottles tree IITho amount of bottled indebt 1e1902 was f500000 in 4 per cent bonds maturing in 1905 and 500 000 in 4 per cent bon maturing in 1907 WASTED Trustworthy men and women to travel and advertise for old established house of solid finan cial standing Salary 780 a year and expenses all payable in cash No canvassing required Give references and enclose selfaddressed stamped envelope Address Mann igor 355 Caxton Bldg Chicago tf Tho public buildings of Frank fort have long been a disgrace t Kentucky and it is to be hoped the present legislature will ap deceitut ones 1Henry Pieratt bought all the picture frames tho agent of tho Chicago Portrait Co had left ovs and is selling them 50 per cen cheaper than tho agent sold them number is limited and if yo flThO one youd better move in alas they are going like hot cakes 52 tf Tho friends of Senator Weller of Louisville on the opening of the general assembly at 1 Frankfort sent him a floral horseshoe 10 feet high Nothing Else So Sure Mothers who give their little giveII1A mere start on the Neely case f is at least a concession to public sentiment11ashingtou Post You cannot buy standard pianos organs buggies sewing machines clocks watches and jewelry as cheap any where else as you can of mo Como and see samples and you will be convinced You do not have to risk your money with mailordtjiouses tf J T GEyEDONa thejl University By early application this office some young man can save several dollarsl tf Oc- i ASTHMA CURE FFREE HtJtnUllcnc ilngs xY1lRtnntl eljer1- Cxsnttttcsft n1 C1ttt in aUi Cttrei SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL VKITK loud NAMK AND AIWKKSS PLAINLY f ED i O1 TEfi YEARSt 4 now J B This has refurnished under the the high the the And the is nothing like ABTIIMAIESK It brings instant oven in the cases It cures all else failsThe Rev F of Villa says Your trial bottle of lene in good condition I cannot tell you how I feel for the guoilI I mm it I was a slave with sore throat and for 10 years I ever cured I saw your advertifcmcnl for the cure of this torment and thought you had nverspoken yourselves but to give it a trial To my astonishment the acted like a Send me a bottle Rev Dr Morris Wechsler Rabbi the ConK Hnni Israel NEW YORK January ill Dos TAFT Hitos MEDICIM Co Gentlemen Your Astlnniilcne is an ex for soul Hay Fever nnd its composition alleviates all which with Its success is astonishing and wonderful iAfter it carefully analyzed we can state that Astbmalene no morphine chloroform or ether Very truly yours REV DR MORRIS WECHSLER o AVON SPRINGS N Y February 1 1901 Dr TAP Bnos MEDICINE Co Gentlemen I write this testimonial from a sense of duty having tested tin wonderfuleffect of your Asthmalene for the cure of My wife has been with spasmodic for the past I12 years Having exhausted my own as well ns many others to see your sign upon your windowson l0th street New York I at once obtained bottle Aslhmalcne My wife commencedII it about the first of November I toon a After one bottle the has disappeared and she is entirely free from all symptoms I feel that I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who Ire with this distressing Yours respectfully O D PHELPS JI D 0 1101eGentlemen I was with for 21 years I have tried I but they have all failed Iran across your advertisement and t Ii with a trial bottle I found relief at once I have since purchased your full ize bottle and I am ever grateful 1 have of four mill for six yeais eras to work I am in the of health and am ever day This testimony you can make such use of as you see fit Home IIS Rivington street S RAPHAEL 67 East 129th street New York City O7ilstl Kottle Sent oIuteXyI3Sfjce on Kecclpt oC loHtul Do not Write at once addressing DR IntO MEDICINE COMPANY 79 East 130th Street New York City SOLD AJQI BRTTGCrXSKS JJ F SADLER ColII g COMMISSION MERCHANTS OF GattloHogsSneeD h LAMBS IIUnion StockYards HUtance made Telephone consignments CINCINNATI VEST and 101 OII i j OB J 1 tj r fflfllJ1 TII II II1Jf t fi It a ENVELOPESOifu NOTEHEADS BILLHEADS u LETTERHEADS v PROGRAMSt SALEBILLS aIf CIRCULARSu 1 l iiOATALOGSMINUTESe cIi Cd G r Power Cutter and Years fExperience enables us to Court parison and Defy Competition Whenn d you want PRINTING come and see ij us Respectfully c III itSPENCER COOPER n DAY HOUSEs HAZEL GREEN KY N PROPRIETOR house recently been nti and present man will to reputation heretofore it for home eparlmentiffords und patronage of it respectfully Sample rooms for commercial tourists stable in connection where horses will have beat attention There worst when C WELLS III AHtliiim received thankful derived chained putrid Asthma despairedof being inc disease Asthma resolved trial charm fullsize 0of 1101 cellent remedy Asthma troubles combine Asthma having contains opium Asthma atllijtfd asthma skill chanced taking very noticed radical improvement using Asthma alllicted disease troubled Asthma numerous remedies started family children unable best doing business address delay TAFT KT Established in 1805 FOR TIn SALK Long advances upon sales iU I 40 Com GRAHAM renovated element continue maintain accorded public solicited Livery vehicles relief Ridge and lindte1d t r IU1It1 I WINCHESTER KY Y H WITHEBSPOON President- R D HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 10000000 Surplus 2000000 40421G48This merchantsmen Kentuckyand andthef ofLegitiatatebanklag sMw d5 0F 1 n I J J I TS If cffPds11vrjL8IJ 1 J i fAn tu uuo r ac rxorer480Pb1 awaoocooe soaeo roat riP f D tda SM I g 9 H f B Lt 1 We are iieaclquartersi for Santa Claus We are Loaded from Cellar to Gar ret with Useful Holiday Presents y n Beautiful Smoking Jackets from Alfred Benjamin Co Beautiful CoiBeautiful Bathing Robes from Alfred Benjamin Co Beautiful Overcoats and Ulsters from Alfred Benjamin Co Beautiful Silk Umbrellas and Canes om OWN IMPORTATION Beautiful Gloves of all kinds Liowne sTITHE E llFL WOULD IN Beautiful line of Ladies Trunks and Bags Beautiful line of Mens Leather Suit Cases Bags Beautiful line of Neckwear Mufflers Suspenders Night Robes Underwear Socks Handkerchiefs Genuine Macintoshes Rain Coats Etc Etc JUST THINK WHAT USEFUL PRESENTS What a Beautiful Present one of those D I C K S H RR Y 0 C XIISUITS made to order would be We have the largest stock in Kentucky Beautiful Boys 7 Childrens Sweaters Beautiful Mens Caps II i LOUrn3l CUS STRAUSr=tTHE LEADING KENTUCKY CLOTHIERS I LEXCJr cfGTT Yh = n State College of Kentucky o =The Aariiulltiral ud Mechanical tStute CuiIlf Ktiiluely firs the fullowiogt urs litI study viz Agricultural llortiruiitual CluniUal Ilioliiuieil ltalatinalHasa School Inifal Mci hanieal Enuiiiiiiiii Kicruiii MapiiiLrriiir livil Isttgiurt ting ehch til which ixlriids ICT rune ttorr and lends ut degree 1opt jrttlllittf ritiircs of xtiuly art all pniridt Italuij ettIi to a mas- ifrV degree Midi course of fttitlv iis nr uiiixfit urilcr a jt rite fncnity TIlt general family ninulicri unto than thirty profssrsnld iu lriiettir County Appointees receive tuition UMIIII riot in tlounitorief Iud anil lights and if they remain ten moutli traveling The ali4 ratorie mill iiineiim are largo well cquiiifd CpIItII mill inodcrii The last lIcgislaturei l appnipristoti 0OiiO for a college lionio fur young IllIIrll and a drill hull andI iryiiiMiisiuin has teen provided for taco Military t notin and tvitncu Ire hilly provided for tutu required by litnjrv3 IIlrItIIlHC frm the several cottros of study readily find excellent poi Tiber rointincrnii Tin demand is largelyI in excess of the IJllrII was IJ20 i For catalogues hifthiill f obtninini appointtnoots information regarding courses of study and terms of admiMon supply JAMES 1C PATTERSON Ph D IIIII Or to Prof D C FRAZEF Business J2f Fall Term begins September 10th HOI = =c== W R CRAWFORD coILive Stock Commission Merchants I FUR THE SALi OF sheepCincinnati I ALSO Bourbon Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY CousigumentsolieilydI a j HUGHES GHlll TONG 1AJATAUIV- Heller than taliiiicliin l Quinine COlilrins liD rsrnic Tilt ClI1I n ILlnI in for I LOOK A iv TIME saves milt lii taste pringDail1111 Sets on liver toifi up tin r1 II 1 a X11 I rr1 1 ol 01 rnfn I tAtJjJJ 1 D ll u l JlUAs well as a Sure Cure for CtiII tnanip and Fevers Just what tun need at this irxBviiu lrMild Laxative Nervous OIS01lII Ciiaraiitrcil Tiy It Iliit tnhu any Miltxlitutr I SUCCIiSS Forty t ears siicei s the SiiilIi lproves IiiiKlifsTintie a trot rrm eily all uiaiariat fevers STitcii Hii Tonic Malarial fevers the and system g nod Fevers Fevers Unions VOKTII IvSOTI Chills 1ItliittttI Irv ROBNSONPETTST COINCOUVOUATKI LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY l Ea1THF i TFWr ynRK nnnwm1iIY WORLDJJ- TO 1 LL NEW orBrmmmS AND ALT OLD ONES WHO KNEW IN 50 DAYS FOR TilK Hazel Green Herald C u u frBy n Special Arrangement with the Publishers arMonthlyIIr beforothata premium WORLDTm coverItrooroducSZappliancesmamilking quu j s contents and the beauty oits appearance Each issuo contains stories of travelstoriesj atlseredresults of researchSo numbers itsamong contnbutors the leading comicpnbofunnyA feature each month will thomostt tho public eye 1n collecting and for pubhcatiottthe nndnrtonettho great city of Now York It furnishes and tomanySubscription 50 Cents a Yeart But FREE to every now subscriber and all old subscribers who renew for THE HERALD before September 1 1001 You get the value of 160 for only 100 HI 1TniURg REGAIN YOUR EALTH WITH I iJt fiJii LcoocuoooooooooooooooJ- OREJ JI o uu0 0 00 HO 00 NATURES DOCTOR FORMAN KND II IT CURES Rheumatism DiptheriaI Brights Disease Blood Poisoning Kidney Liver and Stomach Troubles Female Complaint Catarrh and Ceneral Debility IT CURES ii WHEN ALL ELSE FAILS I RDAD THE TESTIMONY OF TWO WELL KNOWN CITIZENS OF WOLFE Mr Cooper Hazel Green Ky- I purchased some of the Vitte Ore of you in the latter part of March and after taking about a halfpint of the Vitte Ore Elixer my nerves were as steady as when I was 16 years of age and Iam now past 75 For more than a year I had been trying all the patent medicines andnostrums I could hear of to build myself up but nothing did me any good until I used VitasOre which my wife brought me from your house After using it a week I went out and did thres days as hard work as I have done in 25 years and I was not more fatigued than I was 25 years ago over the same work It is the grandest medicine in the world and I want everybody in the mountains to know what it did for me so they may try it Hoping every one who has that bnyVitaOreI remain thankfully yours for putting me on to this remedy JAMES LACY Lacyfam wife and bought the medicine of Mr Cooper for him though I did not have much faith in it because we had tried so many things that did no good I have also used Vitc Ore and am stronger and in better health than for years which I attribute to its use PUtS SOUTHEY LACY Lacy Creek Ky June 1 1901 A aSrVitfflOre is Ua package whick 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 Ti