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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r aI lSJFG 151S Column 1 yen N rt1 I year 3d 00 J- fl c i i year it 0tII J 2 Inches 1 year li 00I1 1 Inch I year I- tunouncementsStateJj ami District fji officers 1000 County officer 400 nj Town officers 300 lulls on enhdi U- ft dates or political writeupsi 8ycine jj TObituaries Tritnlies Ac jpre K line U lYl THE IiERALDEstablishedStory and His Continent by Max ORell SEVENTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 23 1902 NUMBER 28 SPKNCKK Owner COOI1tTh 8 Oldestt Mostt PopularI Mostt WidelyI Y CirculatedI t d and Mostt Quotedt d Paper in the Kentuckyt Y Mountainsdtwnylotdrnneet Tho Kind Yon Have beeninslgnatnre of antI has been made under his per sonal supervision since its infancy thisAllgood are but 4 otInfuutsi What is CASTORIA Cnstoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothlg Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotio substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Fevcrislmcss It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation theL4 sleepThcGENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS rf Bears the Signature of t tt- l tIThe KIn You Have Always Bought Use For Over 30 YearsI enxMw TRAININGwAT THE l LEXINGTON i BUSINESS i COLLEGE ti ARE 0 J YOU DEAF I Gves capitalized results by preparing for BusinessJ Life and Insuring Employ ment to the jmitious and worthy 100 investedin this schooll I has been the means of help tag thousands to positions of honor and trust WHY NOT YOU- GETTING A START in the world is everything WE START YOU WITH A CASH CAPITAL a Business Education is necessary without it such a training is indispensable OUR CATALOGUE cutlining our several courses andcirculars showing you what others are doing and how YOU can do should Ije in your hands A postal will bring it IFYOURMEANSarelimtted lar A telling you ho you can be instructed home VR PRRPAREfnr Civil Service positions under Government Selections prepare public school teach ers to teach our Branches in other Business Colleges and prepare Stenogr- phers and Bookkeepers for the best positions with the best Business Firms FREE First Lessons in Shorthand wth Complete Instructions for the begin ner mailed free on application EARN A SCHOLARSHIP FREE by working for us at yourhome during snare hours Circular B explains s desiredIN our ad In THE HAZEL GREEN HEHALD Address BENJAMIN B JONES Presidentc LEXINGTON KY t 1 rff H R h11U- rr O8tS ALL CASES OF DEAFNESS OR HARD HiARSNC ARE row CURABLEb- y our new invention Only those born deaf arc incuriue 4 HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY a F A WERftlAN OF BALTIMORE SAYS r BALTIMORE Md Starch 30 1901 1s t 9femen rBeing entirely cured of deafness thanks to your treatment I will now give jrot a discretionAbout and this kept on gcttiuc worse until I Ion my hearing in this car entirely JIunderwent a treatment for catarrh for three months without any ucccss consult d Q num beret physicians among others thc mot emnnt ear specialist of this cit who told me thaIi paly an operation could help me andeven that only woulrl tbutlice hearng in the affected ear would be lost forevertteat seaYour advertisement accidentally in a New Wenl Alter I had used it only afew days according to your dlrctlona thc nO esccascd as achy after five week my Jiearins In the disraseJi car tcs been entirely restored I thank yon Dcarliiy and beg to rcmaia Very truly yourr DidMOur treatment does not interfere with your usual occupation q SBgfft e and YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME 1t1 Boer notulaal INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC 595 LA VALE AVE CHICAGO ILL v S r i THE CHICAGO POST THE NOME PAPER Eiery FARMER ihiW read daily The Chicago Postt EIryf UVE STOCK SUnerslcuU read daily The CUcago Post r Eiirj FMOIUCE Skfyer sheild read daily Tte MlcagoI Post Fury IIUIR SWppor IIIf read dally Tke CMttgo Post 1 THE C NEWSPAPERaTIE lEST IS NONE TOJD GOOI FOR YOU Subscribe through ourcmmisslonnr newsdealer or publisher of newspa per conutatnz this odTertUaraent Samp copies sent free on regent Aflaresi THECHlCAGO POST t ChicagoI III1 t v I f A ili1i1UUuuJ JiJii BY A M BELLERBY CHAPTER I CONTINUED i byilittle glad for what I had done Yes it is Margaret and you neednot feel tired nor worried nor anxious any more Margaret has promised to become Mrs William Repton and he will send the boys and girls to better schools and give her mother lace and sweet breads and a carriage to drive about in and everything else she can desire Margaret my darling child my beautiful girl do you really mean that he has proposed and you have accepted him asked my mother herself eagerly on her elbow to look into my face Really and truly mother tho I told him I would much rather be excused It is sweet of you darling I Why I thinkI really think I might order that delicious grey dress we noticed in Corporation street my black ones are all getting so shabby So we talked about the grey dress till it was time for me to see about tea and I slipped away leaving mother to tell the chil dren the news that was so wonder ful to them A painful lump came into my throat as 1 longed with all my heart for father Uo and little Muriel and I had n capacity for mating our hearts out that the rest were happily spared Muriel was just 10years old andwhen I was plaiting her hair that night she astonished me by not asking for her usual story while I was f eeling too tired to volunteer one and she astonished me yet more by saying Margaret do you like Mr Rep ton 1 Why do you ask Muriel Whatever put that into your head I asked working away vig turnederound as far as she could and gave me a queer little smile whenaLI I just bate him He never speaks to me except every LOW and then thinak men who treat children like that are just odious Muriel did not talk much and when she did she generally said something to the point child tho she wasIf tell you something will you promise never to repeat it again I said for my heart was heavy and and aching for sympathy Yes You know I can keep a secret 11 she said pursing jp her mouth And what she said was trueWell then I hate hm but but Im marrying him for mothers sake because ho has a lot of mon ey And before I knew what WAS happening Murlel0 little armsI were round me and hot tears were trickling mostuncomfortablydowu my neck Oh I wish I were older enough to workand you should I e TbeyreI all They only think of them selves Dont you wish father was alive again Margaret Then all at once I found myself crying with Muriel for indeed I missed him very sorely and I did not leave her till sho was fast asleop in her little bed and Annie came up to tell me I was wanted down stairs It was with weary heart and limbs that I lay down to sleep that bight CHAPTER II I acceptedIlover came bringing with him a diamond engagement ring that must have cost more than I cared to think about No princess could have a better ringthan that Margaret he sold exultantly slipping it on my finger which it fitted exactlyl What a beautiful hand it is My wife will be admired wherever she goes You dont knowjhow proud I ouIou I said trying to at his princely gift I And see Margaret here is my check for 2000 You can begin to got the trousseau with some of peojpIeI saidIy y dI leave something over Nonsense I he said quite goodl humoredly A pretty thing for the bride of the rich William Rep ton to have an outfit such as one of his clerks wives might have I I want you to bo dressed richly so YiJUdontYiJU 1 i i could you give me banknotes Instead of your check I blurted out with flaming cheeks BecauseI ifwe present that check every Jno will know I choked and caul get no further Oh thats itpride my ladylove I he answered in not too pleasant a tone while his flori face became yet more florid Very well if I bring you round banknotes tomorrow for that amount will you give me a kiss for each one Oh yes if you choose to buy them at that rate I said bitterlyI ready to sink into the ground at what seemed to mo my own dept a dation wondering within myself what our married life would be if our engagement began with bicker ings and bargainings while ho went over to the fire and dropped the detestable check into it That thoughtless indelicacy of his stung me to the quick- I pictured myself going into the bank where the cashiers knew me well enough and presenting William 1 Reptons check with the 1le- gend ray Miss Margaret Eady 12000 I judged hint too har- elyI can see it now but I thought of how my dead father would turn iin his grave at the idea I want you to make up your mind when we shall be married Margaret he aroused me from my reveries by saying I should like it to be in the spring There is nothing to watt fur I am rather young especially1 for the fashion nowadays I said + with a great pity for the few short 19 years of my life Not so very and you look a seem older than you are which is a good thing as there is 10 years t difference between us You will be nearly 20 thentOh very well let iit be in the desperatelyThats warmly looking so much as if h were about to bestow a caress out of our contract that I retreated towards the door saying that my mother was anxious to see him r whichwas indeed the case But as I was going out of the room I caught him swearing softly at a withdrawal and I turned hat in updarms I suppose you did not mean me to hear that Mr Repton I ex claimed j but understand this iif ever I hear you use such horrible words againif it is before our marriage you may consider our engagement at once at an end and if after I leave you uncondi tionally A man who can swoar at awomaii is as much a coward as one who strikes her because shoe cannot defend herself against ei ther And I marched from the room leaving him looking more crestfallen than I ever saw him before or after Surely never lover was treated with such indifference and dislike The more I endeavored to provoke him to the point of breaking oft the engagementwhich I set mysel to do many a time during the six months the more did he I fawn about me the more irr loveI did he become I have ofteamar w S rw- i velod since that a man of his pas sionate temperament could so strain himself and wondered thn he did not kill me for soma of m speeches and treatment There was however ono thing Whatever else I might do I never t gave him the least cause for jean easy Tho only time when lie ro ceived commonly decent treat ment at my hands was when men wero present So much jus tice I did him In vain he tried to interest me in his plans for our future life Ho had bought n lovely little es tote iu ho Midlands from some impecunious noblemen and was having it furnished in tho most lavish style Even while he was talking my thoughts began to seize on tho morbid idea that plans fin- uicides would bo far moro accept ble But kept all my misery to myself and though I grew white and thin after my ono little out burst to Muriel who had since gone to Cheltenham with Annie at William Reptons expense I kept all my mysery to myselfsCONTINUED NEXT WKEK InvestmentdI was troubled for about seven years with my stomach and in bed halfmy time says E Doinick bandt 1000 and novae could got any thing to help me nntil I tried Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure I have token a few bottles niitTnm entirely well You dont live by what you eat but by what you digest and assimilate If your stomach doesnt digest your food you are really stan ling Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does tho stomachs work by digesting tho food You dont have to diet oat nil you want Kodol Dyspep sia Cure curse nil stomach troub les H 1 F PIEKATT After Tip Day lpon tho recommendation of the County Judge of Monefee county Gov Bcckhnm has renewed the reward of 500 oilseed for the capture and conviction of Tip Day 1who has been a fugitive defying the civil authorities for two years past Frenchburg Sews Jan 10l Electric Belt on Trial To introduce it and obtain agents the undersigned firm willsend few of their Electric Bolts on trialI on the following terms 100 to be paid in ten days if the Bel proves beneficial and the balance 200 to be paid in sixty days iif the Belt effects a cure These Belts are a positive cure for Rheum tism Neuralgia Kidney trouble Stomach and Liver trouble Aeth ma etc Address at once GERMAN ELECTRIC AGENCY tf PO Box 1874New York NY ndTom Davis the veteran editor and printer of Maysville had a chat with President Roosevelt one day last week and it is presume that he will be the new postmaster of his town for which place his somed time since Ho is a good man and ehis friends all over the state will be glad if he lands all right Says He Was Tortured I sulTere such pains from I could hardly walk writes Robinson Hillsborough Ill but yksprains bruises cuts sores scalds r burns boils ulcers Perfect healer of skin diseases and piles Cure Gu ran teed 25c per box by J TJ Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sons Campton It will be substantially the same wherever you go Admiral Chi cage Tribune lr SIY t f iiiiiA MfllttLLS I To our SICK HEADACHE I HAIITUAL CONSTIPATION + I and all dlsaaea arising from Inl Idlmtlon ThYwill purify your btoodand lUokeyourOom lon 1 as FAIR AS A LILY ThY- taattln are1 Mttad MHCTtt COTS I JdbiJM Bono Basel Greea xi fjtWd HairSpIits Vigorfor thehairendsJ III splitsrjsplitting is done on your own head it loses friends for you for every hair of your head is a friend Ayers Hair Vigor in advance will prevent the splittingtSIN s bulk All drarrllta If yeayezpreyooof your n AddremJI Has Quit the Field Tho following letter explains itself but wo avail of the oppor tunity to express our regrets and sincerely believe that nil who hadI tho pleasure of Uncle Ikes ac quaintunco will regret his retire meat as sincerely as wade Though he will not again visit among us acquaints health and enjoy life to the full est extent wherever he may be 1IiISLETTER LYNCttnuno AJan131902 Capt Spencer Cooper Editor Hazel Green Ky Dear SirAt tho urgent request of my physician who finds my health very much run down I am compelled to take a rest for an indefinite time In consequence thereof I am compelled to resign my position with Guggenhoimer Co Inc I desire to thank you for your patronage and your personal kind ness to me I would bespeak for Messrs Guggenheimer it Co and their representative in your sec tion a continuance of that patron age I know they are better equip ped than ever to fill your wants They have the stockand will give you the prices and treat you right under any and all circumstances Again thanking you and with asIever yours HARTFIELDt 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 De Witts Witch Hazel Salve is unequalled Draws out the fire stops the pain soon heals the wound Beware of terfeits Sure cure for piles D curedd my baby eczema phy sicians gave her up writes James Mock N Webster Ind The sores were so bad she soiled two to five dresses n dayH F PIERATT About People You Know Frenchburg News IHi Roy Cravens of McCausey after several days illness is able to heat school again Bob Carter returned Monday from a visit to the family of Goo Clark in Wolfe county Bud Peck of Toliver WolfeI county was tried for lunacy at Campton last Saturday and order ed taken to the E K asylum at Lexington 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 O Greene Depauw Ind I have tried many remedies but Little Early Risers give best re sults H F PIERATT The President has been dining AttorneyGeneral Knox perhaps for the purpose of bracing him for work against gigantic trustsSt Louis PostDispatch Vltea Ore will relieve you of all1 aches and pains Agents wanted Apply toor addrese with stamp Spencer CooperHirslfGtrti j Ky o 2509 bUBSCRJPTIjON RATES 1 f One year in adrai ce S1eO ix months 55 lees month 30 lugiecopy OD f The date after y r name iudiciea time you are paid to You shouldrandalways I j slate when renewii g orto have your f address changed ItemittnnceK shot Id be made by SI I U registered lettei or hank draft I +COUNTY + DIRECTORY + I I CIRCUIT COURT 1 jMondayj September inJiJudgeAI IyCommissionerC 0I i I COURTimonthGJudgeWA T Commas Sheriff AttorneyISAAC JailerGEOAssessorJOHX FRANK SAMPLE Coroner t MAGISTRATES COURTS 4 TIME OF HOLDING AXD OFFICIALS SUOCKEYMagistrate r courtrRoarJRCon inFebruary E i THIBD DISTRICT W ConstablesSetrondFridayinFebruarp May August and November LEGOMagistrate tableCourtMarchJuneCIiAMBEAB3lagistrate i BANKS Constable Court days Third Friday in February May August and November SEVENTH DISTRICT B F Bomr ConstableCourtMarchJuneEIGHTH DISTRICT GEORGE OLIVER settime Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect Oct 20 1901 EAST BOUND NoJiiII No 2 I STATIONS Daily ex Daily ex Sunday i Sunday 131 Lye IA IlTeLexingtontt 2 6WinchesterLEJuncni 3 07 pm 8 37 aui Clay City 3 40 pm 9 13 am j 51 pm 9 23 am Stauton13 20 pm 959 am 34 10 08pm Beattyre Jc 14 56 pnijlO 29 amII Jackson 00 pull 30 1 WEST BOUND No1 No3 STATIONS Daily exDuily ex I Sunday j Sunday lOpmBeattyvei pnlTorrentNat Bridge 8 01 am 2 52 pm b Stanton 8 Ram 3 21 pm + Clay City 8 37 am 3 33 pm i LiEJnncn 9 loam 4 03 pm 4 pmLezington10I Gen13lanagerCRAB T It MORGAN S P A LOUISVILLE i COMPANYaJobbers and Dealers in STOZIESJapaned and Tinware c LOUISVILLE KY DILLER SENNETTJJ WHOLESALE i I FURNITURE The Largest Exclusive 527 W Mala St Wholesale Furniture JDealerJ jJ SfluiliGworiu GO Manufacturera and Jobbers of do MENS BOYSCLOTHINCI 607 W MAIN 6 STREETLOUISVILLE KY REM SEVERSON CO WOLESALE SADDLEBY 508512 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY aniea5OObr TO BUY 00 TIlB Gnat ii Brag Puts t t 0 iI2 TI II IJif J qHi j r tnlr 1JtHE HEIUiL I I 7 fiF1SPENCER COOPER nEdt u HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY January 23 1902 MRS AUMEIts BIG GOAT HAXCH KinlistowArizof the largest goat ranches in the United States HIT fadiiiis the raising of Angoras in which she has mot with remarkable success and from which she derives an income that makes her one of the richest women in the southwest Pennsylvania Grit Our farmers should write to the agricultural departmentt Washington for all the information it has about Angora goat raisins in the UnitedI States and then buy at least a pall of them From allWl can learn about them they willsupply the long felt want in this country rheyarc a very healthy animal and keel disease away from all animals with which they run they protect sheep from the rava ges of dogs foxes e they clear landof all underbrush and do it more perfectly than by grubbing they produce fleece twice that of the bes breeds of sheep and it sell for about three times the bes3 price of wool the meat of tin kid is almost identical witli venison and the hide will sell for 150 at any time The cost nothing to keep except l little salt and all in all arc the one thing needful to nail this mountain country bios pom as the rose Some enter gOOIand the quicker the better f 1542581T- he official figures showing thi J combined vote of Ohio Massachui setts and Iowa have nt last bee 1512581iJinquiryfinto tin matter we fear that all of our subscribers guessed too high W tried all the time to impress upot a them the importance of making t low estimate but we nuver dreamed i that the vote would fall below 1600000 with something odd oli course and in sending in a fev certificates at the last we mad them out to our better seveni w eighths somewhere in the limit as above We hope however thai some of our subscribers can shot a certificate close to the figures it the caption of this article and taki down the 5000 THE first 10 new subscribers tx lh THE HERALD or old ones who re new and pay up all arrearages will each receive for 12 months Sunny South a weekly literary and family paper published at Att lanta Ga It is one of thbes in the country It has sever columns to U o page and there ar 12 pages each week A serial story short stories household recipe fouT r the housewife fill its pages every 4 weekand to have it is to posses 53 Un thing of beauty and a joy fo 12 months at least Remember j costs you nothing extra All yoi have to do is to pay one year subscription ifa new subscriber or i yel11inNow is tho time WANTED Trustworthy men and women to travel and advertise fox fnanrcial standing Salary 780 a year and expenses all payable in cash No referhences and enclose self nddresse a stamped sk fanaM5 Bldg- a Chicago t Whoa you have head ache o t neuralgia try Triphone Sold Y Coinbettd Sore Ca ptau aI I hazel freon tt- b i CURRENT EVENTS The senate has lost its bofore the recess momentum and settled down to its usual snailspace 0 O a Wollthecabinet has got its Payne on duty and the call for porous plaster may come at any time o 0 O Senatorial coquetting with the Panama lobby will be neither forgotten nor forgiven by tho peo ple- o o o Boss Hanna has openly acknowl eged that he isnt deuce highwith Mr Roosevelt when it conies to handing out oflicial pie o o Americans are buying canals in Europe but that is no reason that they will countenance paying f10 000000 for the Panama corpse o o o Mr Roosevelt is getting cocky lie has let congress know that iit must do as ho says about the Cuban tariff or hell veto what iit does 0- o Was it something they did to him in Franco that sent Senator l Dopew back shouting for tho Pan il ma Canal or is it his railroad interests o o o eItmay not bo strictly true tha ivory man who professes to favoi t tho Panama route is opposed t any canal at all but it is verj nearly so o oo Voters will not fail to make i unto that tho best friends of tin Panama Canal lobby in tho senat are republicans some openly lik f Depew and moro secretly o l IonWe in tho vi at hatmatrimonial designs on Princ Henry of Prussia who is cominj t to this country to see Miss Roose velt christen his brothers yacht ll OB- j j1henry Watterson preached 0 n dblo sermon to Andy Carnegi when he told him to divert sonn ji 1of his millions from books to mOl and reminded him that eating is i necessity that comes before readI ing If every man who believes tha d11Schloy has been unjustly treatec by the navy department shout vote for him for president tin electoral college would be miani I mously for him 0- 0 0 ei Democrats in congress shoult insist upon a record vote bein n taken upon any proposition to ap propriate money to send an special American representative e I to the coronation of the British King it will bo useful totlu e voters next November 1 o DewisNixonTamanya new lead er is not yet 42 years old Ho was an honor graduate of the naval i academy and the designer of thc battleships Oregon Indiana and ie I Massachusetts Since 1895 ho has been a shipbuilder on his own ac a couut Tammany is to be cougrat- t ulated o o 1111The English government find confronted by a condition not a theory Its call for more volunteers to fight tho Boors ha met nrith no response and it maj have to resort to conscription I I it does England will realize mor- o than over tho crime that is beiu committed in its name in Soutl i Africa ti 0I I Tho proposition to impose a per e sonal tax upon tho residents o i Washington has raised a howl Ii a is claimed that such a tax woul drive away the rich residents o the city Whore would they go As a rulo they have taken up thou r residence in Washington to escapt itj taxation in the place they mad II their money They should UI IIIImade to pay somewhere rll IIt senate that tho Carnegie In etitution recently incorporated i I in Washington hasnt any objec the1IIteelj i of the U S government will be given those 10000000 in steel trust bonds which Mr Carnegie wishes to devote to higher ed ucation Some cynical duck has I ieI8 wafs the idea that a man who could make several1 hundred millions by manipulating T a trust necessarily be a publicu benefactor Wedont believe this 4 We doubt whether Mr Carne io has any renl ideas about the thing or whether he would know high er education if ho mot it in the road Geo Pence a young man of about 20 yours was accidentally killed at the Nixon Lumber Mills near Judge Hamptons in Breath itt last Saturday morning John M Pose of this placo happened onthe scene n tninuto or two after and tells us tho following partic ulars Ho was working the lever that turns tho logs on the carriage when a rope dropped out of his grasp Ho stooped to get it when the ends of the two halves of the log caught him just at the base of tho brain and killed him in stantly Ho had attempted to dropout of tin way and missed byonly two or three inches OR FENNERS- GOLDEN REMBFcuss CURES ANY GRIP- CRUISES COLDS SPRAINS mONCHms STINGS SORETHIIOAT RUSTY NAJISJi NEURALGIA COLIC INBIDE OH OUT DIARRMOAI Drugs is In 1to 8 minutes 2SeGOcSL Sold by II F Pieratt Hazel Green Ky Grant Lacy of this place in conjunction with hit brother Ells worth Lacy who lies been living in Illinois for the past few years has rented a 200acre farm near eightti miles from Bushton where 10 r many former Wolfiteu are located The people of Ashmoro will tied r Grant Lacy an upright honorable gentleman in all respects a citizen who will honor any commu- nitya In parting with him and- o Elza James Hazel Green loses two e of the best young men she has e and Illinois will gin two as good as she ever had or can have Elza James while in Illinois re s cently bought a half interest of e John Stephens in a store at Bush g ton and will leave next week to engage in business at that place Elza James was born and reared here and is an exception among young men in that he is absolute ly free from all bad habits He e does not drink smoke chew nor swear is honest and upright an- a the people of Bushton will find him worthy of any confidence they may repose in him t IIOno of Rev Sam Taulbees sons is about to lose tho sight of one of dI o his eyes A few days ago in hauling fodder he scratched it with a blade of fodder and it became very painful Subsequently it inflamed d and now the ball of the eye i milk white Everything possibleg is being done to save the eye and to relievo the pain but there is not f much hope of saving the eye 1r Barger the dry goods and e notions drummer of Huntington W Va spent a day or two in and about Hazel Green this week and sold some good bills s 1 When you have head acho or neuralgia try Tnphene Sold by I S S Combs tC Sons Campton and H F Pieratt Hazel Greets tf e As hog killing time is over wo would likes to got a few pounds of lard on subscription Pileine Cures Piles I Money refunded if it over fails 3 1 Kodolg Dyspepsia I Cure Digests what you eat This preparation contains all of the digestants and digests all kinds of f food It gives instant relief and never t fails to cure It allows you to eat all the food you want The mostsensitlvo d1 stomachs can take it By its use many- f thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else failed ItIs unequalled for all stomach troubles- r It cant help e but do yii good a Prepared only by E O DnWitr Ca ChicasoI TUolbottIocontalns24tlmcstbeSOcsUi 0 H F PlEBATT Situations Securedragr- aduatesortuttknrcfmutedl at once for catalogue and pecial write lTns rMOQCOV Business IflUOOUj CollegesI uisUleICr UonssmcnrA Hjuttcn Tts Counibui Ga lichmolll Va Citminjhim Ala larkoKile Fl ira vmntto Eggs I have for sale now Silver Wyandotte Eggs at 100 for 13 These Are Thoroughbred THOROUGHBREDno longer satisfied with the COMMON STOCK First call first nervedEGBERT CORD33J1PlOreeD l 1 Fifty Cents a YarLe 111 vy j ffsmtrr I THE SOUTHS LITERARY WEEKLY Published at Atlanta GA Circulation Ovft 50000 oUMII t SUNNY SOUTH Is the Gi 9at Iltorary V Ort17 South His devoted to Litaraturr Romtxnco rnct end aicJion gives the best ofall that is current In Its flotd Among la nUIbutcrs the out noted JoeIChandlcr 1rr sllarryStlHvr1ILdwardsi and itpsoagothers of Sidney R Crockott Mrs Ge rae CJrbcn InS AFirnr W J1arCl1l11ort have ppear ed and others are In walting iron the pen of authOrs of national nolo A short- storycontestbroullitout neatly fly hndrrd optc Sdread hcrt atoris all worthY place In 5c SUNNY columns other contests are contemplated hOlt wn sucssJtlr exploit the ripen no Held of talent that only needs such fostering to Ulusinla Mn wealth that Is shy to assert Itself Cha SUNNY SOUTH teems with the life theoreitsouth The gen ial sunshine warms everything Into activity and ihe season s never cold enough to check the hand of Industry The paper com s fragrant with the breath of the magnolia and pine and gIves out the very air of the crarge Pa m and bay The beauty and pathos the romance and mystery of the land where the corn stores up the golden sunshine an 1 the cotton whitens In the moonlight will 6e gIven In the wellfilled columns of this fasclnatlna weekly The subscription price Is Only Fitly Cents a year alIKe to all persons agents newspapers postmasters and every one ese Clubs of five aecompinun by the full 230 entitle the club raiser to the paper one year gratis Send on a Potal Card the names of six of your neighbors who would appreciate the opportunity to read a copy of The Sunny South and one sample will be mailed tree You can got your club ol five out of these very people She SUNNY SOUTH enters over 50oeO American homes now and during 1902 Is sure to bo welcomed fully as many more homes as the great weekly feast of good things the Spuhtrn Llcrary Weekly whose columns for 1902 will be the most readable of all the papers that come to yo- uRddress4l Communlcnrlonf t- oEha SUNNY SOUTH Atlanta Ga I KE HARTFIELDI Umuliiiinrier Mt Sterling Ky ltE1ltrslC- tT9CUGCENHEIMER CoL- YNCn1ttItG VA Importers and Jobbers of Dry Gooilj No none and Fancy Goods We manufacture the well known HEATSALL 1rmitsaml Overalls Hold your orders until you see hem- 00oooooeooooo00000o00oooooa IAttorneyI fHAZEL GREEN KYztWill practice in courts of VolTc and ndX Joining counties Collections cciillty2 Is cue ss aaao0av line Grass1 Bursaries i j FALL I9OS l IFruit and Ornamental Trees Grape Vine Small Fruits Asiirajii8 anil everything for directdat right prices to plantertud no agents General Catalogue on application to both telephoned 11 F HILLKNMKYKR IHUVK 27 Lexington Kj I t III A now firstclass cafe for ladies j anti gentlemen has boon opened in the Phoenix Hotel Annex oppoe altsI I j tho delicacies of the season are served in firstclass style Ladies especially are invited II III It II I t I st- to write for our confidential letter lefore ap plying for patent it may be worth money We promptly obtain U s and For- eignPATENTS and TRADE MARKS or return EN TIRE attorneys fee Send model sketchI IMMEDIATEFREEI the best legal service and advice and our charges are moderate Try ui SWIFT Be CO Patent lawyers Opp US Patent OfficeWashington DC OilBIlll o DdlB for IdAob By virtue ot taxes due the ShcrilTof Wolfe county for years 1J001POII I willon Monday Feb 3 11K2 it brim county court day between the hours of J uclock a in and 4I oclock pm at the court house door in I publicIsaleestate or so much thereof may hu neces sary to satisfy the taxes and costs ton it District No 2 acres listed in the name of Henry A Mannin ailjojnitiK lentil of J It MvXabb for year ICe Tax mill cost60 Dist Xo y About Oacreo listed in theI name ol Sam Moores heirs nij loud of IJ T 5QIHstAmanda G While adj laud oCGrcrn Stam per fur year 1001 Tux and cost 3 LJ Dist No 2tints nand lot in Dj1IJllnl listed in name of AlI Iteiil folored iilj laiut of Campbell Kaisor for year 1901 Tax and cost 181 Dist Xo 2 About 75 IITfS listed in the name of J J Catron adj the lands ol Win McXabb for year 1901 Tax and cos- tl9s1 A T COMBS S W C By II K PIEHATT D S January 7 1902 Mrtp i1 n1 1t t RELIABLE MAN for Manager of a Office we wish To open in this vicinity Here is a good opii pprtunity for the right man Kindly give good reference when writing The A T Morris Wholesale House CINCINNATI O BSJflllustrated catalogue Jc stamps 8- tEVERY PAIR OF TIGERS PANTS 8 t Made 8Leg88II HipgSTAG SHIRTS 8 Are Getter Goods Better Made and 9 QForgooooooooobooooooooo I GETI Y 0OOOOOOOOOOOO000000I I Foc4o t0eaa s+ eaoeo4at oooooo r r rV 0 4- etAOowl000OuMO r rr Ce CtJJ rj a w r3S cu00o9000o0soo01 The following school books tan be lIrtl Hat this oflice at less than dealers lprices A saving of 1 i per cent iis guar anteed you lHilt you must bI tluickas tlusf are all we have Fryes Esncsls oi Gcojrapliy 52 zents rjss Com leto Cccgraj Ly SlCO Cyrs First leader 23 cents Cyrs second Usado 29 cants Cyr1 Third Hlaecr 40 teats Cyrs Fourth Reader 48 casts i yrs Filth Reader 56 coats Childrens Primer 10 centa Prince Ariluutic Grzfo 1 1C cents AritUxolic Criio HlG cents AiitLiaslio Crafio 17 10 ssuts Tarbells Lzssoas fa LaasnageGrsmcjar 48 cents Our Government by Sacy GO cents Childs Boot of Health 21 cents OurlBodies and How Vfa Live Blsidsoll 52 cenls- Beginners American History 48 cents ji Leading Facts of AceJcaa History GOc SPENCER COOPER i ROSE WHEELER i PfJACTiCA BLAC8MTH8i AN D- ftA 1us ll fiJ1 Il 1K EP1 U HAZEL GREEN KY gSF lnriio the iattetitin of t h rg g farmers of this vi rt ttVcinity to their im I pro vetl facilitir for llichiiitlifi anliTcipfiniatfng as well as repair workof all kiiiils A full force tff lint cltss iiirchnniis insures prompt rss i i11t execution of all work crtni tr to tht in mill satisfac nom is guaranteed ill alli cjtS Buggy Imildiitr u dtnit making ue our fppciiiltics Ymr pMtnirace is reo sheet uily iHtitnl tadl will tc duly ap- prcciittd Itv Mttfuilv c ItOK C WHEELER I A OlCYi1 WATCH II anythingbut m mA 1000 WATCH IJis just a hundred times better S Step in anti see that f Tim i Model Gold I 1Wn TilledI1CIrtuAcli were selling at I 1000II p t II FRED JJ1 HEINTZ iManufacturing JowelorII- J East Main Ht near Fosloflice II LEXINGTON KY THE HERALD and Monthly World one dollar a year iu advanceS oil 8 f Cheapestt Steno On Earth Quality 41f Goods Considered P a r fi ATTr IIiF IIrfJ tbtf mIrl IX JiJ1tll A j l1J1r1JitdlAi111 JD Live Stock r Country Produce LIVERY ANOPrnJ STABLE Hacks IJmrines e for hire times and charges reasonable iiHorses w U r rf RtEDressed and TongueI anti Grooved iicmgl ir sale 35Q5OOO feetdispose of at llviugrs prices Plti1 ESzgjjiij 1 All outstanding tikes must be settled now ViJ jor levy will 1 be made as I have only until January I1 JJOOii to make settlement in full Dont delay or it will be detrimental to you friendF H F PIERATT S HOLD lY GOODS CLAUSESlarget r Ills goods to advantage hit the nail on the head when he selected r JOr Days for headquarters He will have there the most wonder ful lot of toys and jimcracks ever seen in Hazel Green Fancy Candus Toys Dolls anti everything pretty will found there ii profusion and all new and cheap so cheap that everybody bonbuy SIGHT Is GUI IV and jou are invited to look before you leap nOirI1T f M fi1 W W I Kt IfJol La ir b k T019 CCLhave BRO r antI opened a complate line of the huHhomest 1 fu D O1IL3r n ilea annual and icciiniiieai Toys ever seen in Hazel Gre which rire to please the children and their stockof enII1flJI13 y G IBwill 1please everybody1 that sees it arc iiE Rt s slli1t I giiCCB nunuOWOWIIW And the pretty maids are singing right merrily the While because at THE DAY MILLINERY may be found everything in style On our bells are pictured other bells whose beau ty can only be enhanced by a stylish hat from this bazar ofifashion where may be had all the wraps jackets etc Lv ervtlrlnb at the lowest prices quality considered Ci t E tX l a DckEc11NI CI 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 C F5 tB1j i 1 Also I will sell you shoes at 100 that I r have always sold at 125 and the same pro portion clear through Remember this is for CASH ONLYI J FH OSE I T THE PEOPLES FRIEND t BDlEl iZibi t NORMAL AND PREPARATORY SCHOOL i 00 ZThe present term began September 8 with tho largest enrollment in the history of the schools The Second Session begins JANUARY I11 I1902J PA thorough practical school for young men and ocademlcComJlUercial a DepartmentTuition SlflOOor hoard 8200 WeekFor particulars write W H CO1CD Principal I 3 t l ot rable Digestion because they Ont to they a bal TnutIgatet In the I IIDifficultat the pit of the stom of puffy fulness and what iot proved by perma of severe cases bI i the btst eatbuUc t Coon Alexander nml wife were visiting relatives and friends at Maytown Sunday k Dr Nickell1 reports that tho wife of Jns Shockey near Daysboro has a severe case of pneumonia Dr Nickell reports tho birthof a girl to the wifo of Wm Hobbs of Laurel on Friday night 17th inst i goodZN crowd at Laurel church on Sun fromYthis place IstomachI r4i healthy condition by taking Hoods J t Sarsaparilla and you will bo WELL j Mr Clark of Clark Howard was here this week to inspect the I foundation of the academy which has just been t completedI I Thosv an interesting young man of Cannel City and it i brakeman on tho 0 K R ILI spent the day near here Sunday Mitch Campbell who went toiI Illinois n few weeks since to make it his future home returned last weekand may conclude to reII main 11 Revs Sam Taulbee and Harlan Murphy will begin a protracted meeting at Old Grassy church to night Thursday to hold indefi irately1TASTEDFiftyy bushels of corn in exchange for groceies harness IIlHc Apply to Cecil Bros Hazel Green F Dr J A Taulbeo has gono to 5 cOklahoma to see one of his children Eliza Lisle who is reported S c quite sick and thinks of bringing i them all back to Kentucky Paris Rose and wife of Leo City K spent from Saturday to Monday with her parents Rev Sam Taul bee and wife Ellis Johnson and wife also took dinner with them on Sunday Ben Blevins shot and killed Ed Williams jr near DingessMorgau county on the 15th iinst The cause of tho difficulty is not known The sheriff and posse are in pur suit of Blevins Five men from Salyersville stay edover night here Sunday en route to Campton in pursuance of a change of venue in the case of John Howard who is chargedwith the killing of Jim PSitner conytract with H F Pieratt to paint six houses for the latter named gentleman Sam says anyone needing i r his services in till spring will have to contract early DEAR HERALD T h o second r quarterly meeting for the West Liberty and Hazel Green charge will be held at West Liberty next rt Saturday and Sunday 25th and elderfwillcODduct the services- f Dr Collier the dentist informs us that he has so much work on d hand that he will be compelled to remain here tho balance of this week So if you have any busi ness with him you had b tter at tend to it today or tomorrow Mr Clarke who was here to in spect and receive the foundation of the academy and the brick kiln t says that if the propitious bricklayers will be at work on the new building by tie mid dle of February or first of larch at any rate He says tie brick are very good indeed considering the sand in the clay Two bf them weighed five pounds For Sale One Fay No 8six roll 8 inch f lightning borer with beading at tachment One Fay carriage cutf f ting off saw F BUBH SON yst 1 a r CANNEL CITY Kentuckys Youngest City Grow ing RapidlyLexington Sup plies Her Merchants- H IL linger of the Ohio and Kentucky railroad was in the city yesterday Ho came from Cannel City to purchase supplies Cannel City is the newest Kentucky town The promoter is the 0tC K road which is developing the coal fields in that section The town has been laidout on tho model plan and iis growing rapidly It has now a population of about SCO pooplo The railroad officials arc taking a great deal of interest in their child and are doing everything to niako it ono to bo proudof Houses aro being built and as soon as these temporary structures aro finishedattention will be given to tho erecting of more pretentious buildingsThe has opened a section of the Kentucky mountains which though rich in natural resources has been off from the rest of the world Tho intrusion has been successfuland now Cannel City is tho base of supply for many countiesIn connection it may be said that Lexington is the original base for Cannel City depends on LexingtonLocal merchants are already feeling tho effect of this new place It is estimated that Lexington sends about 20 car loads of goods to the little mountain town per month The mining of cannol coal there is yet MI its infancy The output now is small but new machinery is being installed and when this is finished about thirty cars a day will be mined This will all come through Lexington and from here it will be shipped to various points in the United States and quanti ties will bo exported Arrangements have been made with foreign firms and the demand for the coal from across the waters exceeds the supply Canncl City will soon have a postoffice It has no corporate existence but will bo incorporated soonLexington Herald Born to time wife of David Lin don of Gillmore creekon Thursday the 9lh inst a tine large boy and every inch a democrat This is the first male heir born to this happy couple and papa wouldnt swap places with Teddy Roosevelt rough rider and president though ho be That is and leave the boy out of the deal Dave had not named him when we saw him last but he talked liko he might call him Spencer Cooper If he does wewill of eoursebo as happy as papa him self You can pay for THE HERALD- in onions Irish potatoes spare ribs fcc so there is no excuse for ignorance Repairing Neatly DoneA Never thought of such sign for a medicine did you Well its a good sign for Scotts Emulsion The body has to be repaired like othe things and Scotts Emulsion iis the medicine that does it These poor bodies wear out from worry from overwork from disease They get thin andweak Some of the new ones are not well made anc all of the old ones are racked from long usage Scotts Emulsion fixes all kinds It does the work both inside andout It makes soft I bones hard thin bloodred weak lungs strong hollow places full Only the best ma- terialsI are used in the patching and the patches dont show I through the new glow of health No one has to wait his turn I You can do it yourself you Land the bottle t This picture represent s the Trade Mark of Scott at Emulsion and is on the wrapper of every bottle s4 nr true stlr lt SCOTT do BOWNE r 409 Pearl SV New lot L Sec and ft all druUie+ riF v Y3aI l Our young friend and fellow citizen Caesar Linden will please accept the thanks of the editor and his better seveneighths for two spareribsidesfresh fat and fineand for the nonce THE HERALD household was quite hap py and not hungry This notice paperbutknowing that Caesar would deal gently with us for negligence we I place it to his credit now He is a wholesouled boy and we are glad to number him as one among our friendsCASTORIA I I I For Infants and Children j I Thu Kind You Hill Always BNgfct- j I j Bears the- Slgnatnre fckwI IDan Collier late adjutant gen I eral of Kentucky is a candidate i for surveyor of tho port of Louis ville and was in Washington last I week to see the president about his appointment He is backed by exGov Bradley who was with j him and should he succeed in plucking the plum it is under- stoodI that he must overcome the influence of Yerkes and Deboer who are for the present incumbent I He That Any Good Would Win should be provided with good health and every one who would have good health should remem ber that pure rich blood Is the first requisite Hoods Sarsaparilla by giving good blood and good health has helped many a man to lueeaiai The substitution of a c for s in a little local ad in our paper last Week made a very ludicrous error But people generally un derstood it to mean sow instead of cow and if any of our readers know of the whereabouts of tho animaland will report to this office or to the subsciber the ob ject will have been attained You will find it corrected this week TO THE 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 44SG The Nicholson Institute 780 Eighth Avenue NewYork j 4lr Strayed from my place on or about Christmas day a light spotted sow weight about 200 pounds crop in each ear and hole in right Any information left at printing office or with me will be thankful ly received M J SALLEY COUNTY NEWS NOTES 04 SOTTo insure insertion ALL corresV byMondaythat nearby on Monday morning Our correspondents are derelict in duty and we want to say that henceforth they will not receive papers except for the week they hue news letters We are dependent upon them for the news and when they fail to send in their favors they put us to great inconvenience SUNNY SIDE- IiI Wilsons poem last week struck our fancy it was so personal and to the point I IEdward Oney went to Stillwater Sunday to hear Dr Center preach hisai tripSunday is our regular meeting day at the Methodist churchand we hope that our new pastor will be on hand News is so scarce that we are almost ashamed to send in our batch this week It rained Satur dayseeTwo tho Miss Wilsons of Red River enrolled in school last week and are boarding with Sam Taul bee on tho hill Amanda the blind daughter of Lee Brooks of the Chapel branch is visiting her grandparents J E Brooks and wife this week Mrs Eliza Cruey the venerable mother of Wm Cruey of Lacy creek is visiting her daughter Mrs James Bice of near this placeYour writer stayed all night with the Misses Wheeler of your town one night last week and to say wo had a nice time would only give you a slight hint Jan 21 SUSIE SUNBEAM CAMPTON BRIEFS W G Lockhart dentist of Ezel is in town for a few weeks H I Webster of this place made a business trip to Frenchbarg Fri dayJ N Vaughn of Lexington Ky is attending court at this place tbili yeok l3r lr Hilton Dean a student of the K W A visited his home on Still water Sunday Henderson Wheeler a promi nent lawyer of Beattyville was in town on legal business this week John Shall of Devils creeknear this place had his leg broken Thursday while loading a tram carArkin Collins and Miss Rachel Drake both of this place were united in marriage at the home of the bride Thursday night Rev Powell Rose officiating Rev C F Oney of Lexington Ky presiding elder of London district held quarterly services at this place and at Bear Pen greek Saturday and Sunday Ho preach ed an abla discourse to a very large congregation at this place Sunday nightBud Peck of Toliver neighbor hood this county was arraigned before Judge Congleton Saturday and tried for insanity The jury gave a verdict of guilty and he EIKKyIJ M Jenkins of DILadleyStoms of Chicago Ill W V HIMankering on the merchants at this place this week Court convened at this place Monday morning several people in town The grand jury was as follows J T Center foreman J H Drake C H Garrison Gardner Vancleaye Isaih Spencer Wm Lawson George Brewer Jas Whisman Thomas Cecil Daniel Carroll Johnathau Hallon and Owen Coldiron Jan 21 POT HOOKS SWANGO SPRINGS SAYINGS Miss Eliza Nickell visited in Daysboro Friday The Drake flew by Saturday making a beeline for home Porter Crain of Jackson pasted through here Saturday journeying to MaytownMrs Townsend is en joying a three weeks visit with relatives at Torrent C P May of White Oak was with his brother D B May and family a few days last week Grandma Cruey recently of Lacy creek is with her daughter Mrs James Bise for a lengthy stay John Adams the colored pho tographer has been doing some work for our colored folks John Davidson and family of Daysboro were the pleasant guests of Harrison Swango and wife Sun day Mr and Mrs Harman Swango had a pleasant sojourn with rela tives at Goodwin chapel Saturday and Sunday Jan 21 UNO TOLIVER TOPICS Several attended court at Camp ton Monday Willie Clark has gone to Mt Sterling to attend court Lou Ward of Hazel Green was in this community Sunday Prayer meeting at Sandfield school house every Friday night Alice Toliver and familywere guests of J B McNabb and family SundayRose and Callie Wills were the guests of F Cox and family Saturday night Logan Noble returned last week from Jackson where ho has been visiting for a few days Mrs Joe Ingram of Maytown has been visiting her father F Cox of this place the past week 01Y McNabb and Porter Clark returned last week from Lexing ton where they took Bud Peck to the asylum Powel Catron and Stevy the lit tle son of W C Catron passed through Toliver Sunday evening en route to Campton f Dorce Ingrum and Boon Nickell of Maytown were seen again Sun day going up on Clark branch Wonder who they were going to seeSever il of our yoiing folks went to Mayt wn Sunday Among them we noticed Will To n Wills John and Mo lie Clark Byrd andvLucy McNab Elsie BolingWm Sweeny and Henry Honake and report Rood tine I I Jan 1SUNJDNS J t L HOUSEWORK Too much housework wrecks wo mens nerves And tho constant care of children day and slight is often too trying for even a strong woman A haggard face tells the story of tho overworked housewife and mother Deranged menses leucorrhoca and falling of the womb result from overwork Every housewife needs a remedy to regulate her menses and to organsin i I WINECARIHIl is doing this for thousands of IAmerican women today It cured Mrs Jones and that h why she writes this frank letter lOLIwashed last week and was not one bit tired That shows that the Wins is me good 1 am I than ever was before and Feeeahler takingWinedown five or six times every day but I throughtho8100 AT DRUGGISTS ptomTttt tttnoog 41edlo tuCtuttinoogi ream I flour flour I flour i SJLT S pi SJIT ROBERT Ps HASH The originator of LOW PRICES is wholesale dealer in FLOUR SALT and solicits the patronage of the merchants of the mountains t Willmeet any legitimate competition Call on cr write me before buying ROBT P KASH j McCausey Ky A Bad Breath i A bad breath means a bad stomach a bad digestion a bad liver Ayers Pills are liver pills They cure con stipation biliousness dyspepsia sick headachei j 25c All drufllJtl i Want your moallaehed a bczutllcl broraor rich btatk7 Then u e I BUCK fortheIflGH4itiI I IMENDElWEINSTOCK 5 CO I MATS H 627629 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY H G ROBINSON BEATTYVILLE KY General Salesman for R M HUGHES CO LOUISVILLE KY Manufacturers of HighGrade V11CrataIft Cldcr Solicits orders from the merchants of the mountains and guarantees satisfaction A mail order will receive prompt attention A Farm ttorr Sale sell my farm ofI Irwlll159 ACRES Consisting of about 80 acres of cleared more than half of which is in grassandt- he rest in good oak timber with one Good Frame Dwelling Home of four room anti a good drilled well tf never failing water and outhouses cribs and stables also two tenant houses There is a I Fine Vein of tho BEST COAL irom which several thousand bushels are soldeach year The farm is one dud one half miles from Hazel Green A good bargain can be made by applying in per son cr writing to WM H CORD Hazel Green Ky WALDECKD Physician aid Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY Solicits the patronage of the people o Hazel Green and vicinity and will answer Obstetricksbspecialty TBZIIER IHACAN 8 I 74rIr BOURBON j If Good Liquor is free from adul teration drugs crude spirits and other harmful ingredients This is a subject worth looking into for as 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 California Wines 4 year old 200 per gallon 1Bestper gallon 150 Y o year old 225 per gallon Port per gallon 150 G year old 250 per gallon Blackberry per gal 125 7 year old 275 1per gallon Catawba per gallon 125 8 year old 300 per gallon Kelly Island Winesr10 Year Old in Bottles Plain Box Sherry per gallon 125 4 Quarts 300 Port per gallon 125 G Quarts 450 Blackberry per gallon 100 12 Quarts 900 I Catawba per gallon 100 YOU PAY XPRESS CHARGES Send P O Money Order or Registered J Letter to the HAGAN DISTILLING CO 1 0 4 LEXINCTON KYrte rliF =W = = v = 1i1 ijWe claim to be thE Lowest Priced Whiskey House We really sell lll J whiskey as low as 110 per gallon and mind you distilled whiskey l j not decoction ofchemicalsbut of courec it iis new and under proof tIlOur Mountain Dew yearoldwhiskey is a liquid joy It is aetu II Iall produced by honest Tar heels in the Mountain Section of N C by the f i i 0111 time hand process Every drop is boiled over open furnace wood fires 11 in old style coppet stills in exactly the same way as distilled by our grand f fathers u century ago First rate whiskey is solll at 5 and 6 per Rallon but ill 1 i j IpllaseI I I IiIII Ii Main OUices Warehouses Nag Liberty ti ti4400r GQ444ii i4i OOIt lllllllllgIIIIII 4- i4 R 1KO111THL ti- The 111111 F Only High Class CONTAINS THE FOLLOWING fJEPAJlfHENfMonthly Tld Bite a Year in the JlPopular Science Amateur Photography AAll the Comforts or Home The Family World tH Atta4fi Lawyer Department or Health The Editors Half Holiday The Quiz Club Slztttn fag I Four Colmmmj to tflt prize question department The Old Cur pels iosity Shop Sports Gaines and Paatimci Home Study The Coming Generation Every page a Magazine In Itself each The Nut Thousand and What to Do department edited by one who knows With It practical success department how every number a mine of informa The Story of the World When the Deya tlon and entertainment Work li Done Samllt Coi7ferth Asking Idd11 GOOD TIMES Columbus O i N IIIIClIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIrlhoabove magazine free for 6 months to new Herald subscribers t i r I i IGIOe elope elks ih a etI t slA iiIir antuc ys Greatest n ii 1NewspaperDaily One Year 312 CoPIeR BY MAIL at a rate c s coltsI t OaS The niggest nrlgitest and Rest sCer IntheSouthrev totejl6 pages way20 and 2 page ao Saturday 11 ti SOIrIETHING FREE 1an opy at the World Alesanae iIne eta ala 19 2 edlnan of 600 Dages FREC to disco in their za Iptloa for Asone Yesrbshre jRATESj 4r iiff i THE EVENING POST LOUISVILL KY slsss slue R sID GIs el OF EV Y Ei3fBIlT g 0 0 T YE TL C1dEAPLY D Lp 3 OFFIOE dND BdTI SVfI9IHII I1li T1C 81 Y S 1ri Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by 4 Kidney Trouble J Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dls couraecs and lesssns ambition beauty vigor i and the kidneys are out of or trouble ha become so it Is not uncommo- for a to tte J afflicted kidneys IIf the urinates too if th 1urine the flesh or If when the chit o W reaches an age it should be able t control the passage it is yet afflicted with depend it the cause of the difficulty is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment Important organs This trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a most people suppose Women as well as men are mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble and bothneed the same remedy The mild and the immediate ofi is soon realized It Is sold by druggists in fifty Jcentand one dollar I I sizes You may have a sample bottle by mail cheerfulness soon disappear when order diseasedKidney prevalen- that child born with weak child often scalds when bedwetting upon f these unpleasant habit f SwampRoot great made effect h H free also pamphlet tell nome l or swampRoot t Ing all about it Including many of it thousands of testimonial letters received 1e from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper DR J H STAMPER Sends us Encouraging Word- Along With One Dollar to Renew Subscription CAMPTOV KY Jau 14 1902 Mr Spencer Coopor Dear SirYour letter receive- and the little speech read with some interest and on retrospection I am compelled willingly to admit that what you say is tru I think I can say Bro Coop- ethat there is no one in our county ttmore in favor of homo industries andmountain enterprise and the strengthening and upbuilding of morals churches and schools than your humble servant And I think workorcl to this end and I have been helping it by my little mite since its infancy with the exception o perhaps a year or two and I desire to further manifest my appr- II ciation by sending you 100 for r rf ranotheryears subscription Also send the other papers men mentioned in your letter Very respectfully t STAMPERf1 1ChildWorth Millions fMychild is worth a million time 0 says Mrs Mary Bird of lIar risburg Pa yet I would have lost her by croup had I not pur chased a bottle of One Minut- Cough Cure One Minute Coug Cure is sure couro for coughscroup and throat and lung troubles An absolutely safe cough cure which acts immediately The youngest f child can take it with entire safety The little ones like the taste andremember how often it helpedJ them Every family should have k Curke it may be needed suddenly II P PlKRATT Governor Shaw cannot takeover I the treasury portfolio as easily as r he expected He miscalculated I Mrs Shaws arrangements with the milliners Atlanta Constitution She Wants it Published Goochs MexicanSyrup has giveniI perfect satisfaction in my family and I want to recommend it to everyone as the best remedy fo- f i coughs colds and all lung troub les A young lady in my employ had been forced to quit wor j I rwhowho had been given up to die r friends with consumption I Mexicany IIisand enjoying good health She maybeI some other consumptive R 11 FLEMING Piqua O h Secretary Shaw was born in a log cabin and yet a cabinet posi tg tion is the highest houor he has attnined Portland Oregon Saw Death Near It often made my heart ache r writes LC Overstreot of Tenn to hear my wife ElginII i sorellungsI tore said she was so far gone withI o consumption that no medicine or earthly help could save her but a Wend recommended Dr Kings RNewDiscovery and persistent use 4 ot ofe this I savedher I lungdiseasesasthma guaranteedforcouglhacolds and all I I 100 at J Taylor Day Hazel anSI t Camptoifjrnirtore I 3 0 t jL l 1 IThereI save your life and that is through an operation were the startling I words heard by Mrs 1 B Hunt of Limo Ridge Wis from her doctor after ho had vainly tried to cure i her of a frightful case of stomach trouble and yellow jaundice Galls stones had formed and she con bengun to use Electric Bitters which wholly cured her Its iv wonder Kidneyof Appetite Try it Only 50 etc Guaranteed For sale hyT T Day hazel Green or S S Combs ofkC Sons Campton druggists GroverasThe Washington correspondent I of tho Cincinnati Enquirer of tho 15th inst sent the following par apraph President Uooseveltin j I tends to take a ducking trip next weekwith Admiral Robley D j Evans better known as Fight eing Bob They will spend sev oral days in Chesapcak Bay gun I AdmiralI getSEvans and a fow other congenial friends and go shooting down the bay This will he Roosevelts first trip since ho became president- I I Hows This Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that connot be cured by Halls Cn tiIIENEYatiCoe 0rWe tho undersigned hove known F r Cheney for tho last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm WEST it TRUAX Wholesale Drug gists Toledo 0 WALDING KINNAX d MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O roftern ally acting directly upon blood and mucous surfaces of the Soldeby all Druggists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the best MrBryan appears to have reached that stage of political desuetudeI when he can bo received in the East wihout a counter demoustra I tion Atlanta Journal food Changed to Poison j Putrefying food in tho intestines produces effects like those of arse nic but Dr Kings Now Life Pills cloggedhi gently easily curing constipation billiousness sick headache fevers all liver j kidney and bowel troubles Only tl5 cts at J Taylor Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sons Camptou drugstores I Representative Allen of Kon tucky last week introduced a bill to extend the public building at Oweiisboro Ky at a cost of 50 00O1VANTEnTrustworthy men andI women to travel and advertise for establishedhouseof solid Guars riotI standing Salary 780 a year and expenses all payable in cash referIstamped envelope Address liana ger 355 Caxton Bldg Chicago tf It appears that Neely had just made plans to annex Cuba when the officers stepped in and arrests ed him Chicago News Henry Pieratt bought all the theki over and is selling them 50 percent cheaper than the agent sold them The number is limited and if you want one youd better move in a hurry as they are going liko hot cakes 52 tf IMr Kipling is in South African would be no joke if he should be drafted into tho British army Baltimore American Nothing Else So Sure Mothers who give their little ones Mothers Worm Sprup give them the nicest tasting and most effective worm medicine made conquorIiug You cannot buy standard pianos I organs buggies sewing machines clocks watches and jewelry as i cheap any whore else as you can of mo Como and see samptas and you will be convinced You do not have to risk your money with ore scs- I ItfI J T GEVEDON SALEA scholarship in the if Commercial College of Kentucky ji pniversity By early application I at this office some young man can rye several dollars tfaJj ii ASTHMA CURE FREE Astlimalonc Bii srs Instant Kellcft md ewmsmont Cure in All Cases SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL WHITE TOUR XAMK AND AI 1 KKSS PLAINLY to maintain affords vehicles Thereis nothing ASTHMALENE It brings instant relief the worst when failsThe Rer C F WELLS of Villa Ridge IIIsays Your trial bottle of Asthma I in good I cannot thankful I pood derived it I was a chained with sore throat 10 I I despaired of being cured I saw your of this tormenting disease Asthma hudI avereL en yourselves I it n trial astonishment trial j acted a charm Sendins a fullsize 0II bottleRev Morris Wechsler l Rabbi of Cong Bnai Israel NEW YORK January 3 1101 Dim TAFT BROS MEUICINB Gentlemen Your Asthmalene iis ex cellent remedy Asthma Hay Fever its composition alleviates all with Asthma success is astonisbing andwonderful After having U carefully analyzed we can state that Asthmalene contains no opium morphine chloroform or ether Very truly yours UEr MORRIS WECHSL R AVON N Y February 1 1901 t TAFT Band MrmcINE Gentlemen I write testimonial from a of duty tested I wonderful effect of your Asthmalene of Asthma My wife been withspasmodic asthma the past 12 years Having exhausted skill as III many others chanced to see your upon your windows on 180th- ii street New York I at obtained a bottle of Asthmalene wife commenced taking it about of November I very noticed a radical improvement i After using one bottle Asthma has disappeared is entirely from all symptoms I that I can consistently reoomtnend the medicine to all are aillicted with distressing disease Yours respectfully O D PHELPS M D 0I February 5 1901 Gentlemen I was troubled with Asthma 22 yenta I have tried numerous remedies they have all failed I ran across your advertisement started I with a trial bottle I found relief at once I have since purchased your fullsire bottle I am ever grateful I have family of four children years was unable to work I am iu the of health am doing business everyday This testimony make use of as see fit Home address Rivington street S RAPHAEL 67 East 129th street New York City jI Otaiol Boltlc Scat Afcaolutel JJfec I IReceipt oi Postal delay Write at addressing TAFT BROS MEDICINE COMPANY 711 East 130th Street New City SOLD uY UW DRUGGISIS+ rJ F ADLER Co iEstablishod 1865 COMMISSION MERCHANTS Till O- FCaIIofiogsSeep Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI P LOUR Distance WEST 101 guaranteedi A OO W UfIr I =E cc = = J 1 i P INTIN Q i wIt I 0- d ENVELOPES NOTEHEAD8 BILLHEADS r LETTERHEADS SALEBILLS c PROGRAMSp 4 CIRCULARS CATALOGS MINUTES i We have Three Fast GJ cAA J Power Paper Cutter and 40 Experience enables us to Court Com parison and Defy Competition you want PRINTING come When1m1m us Respectfully c k SPENCER COOPER fJ t1ro tea i DAY HOUSE HAZEL GREEN N B GRAHAM PaoriUETOR house has recently been refurnished and renovated and under pre entman agement high reputation heretofore accorded it for home departmentTheand the patronage of public is respectfully Sample rooms fo commercial tourists Livery stable ia connection where horses will bare best attention a like even in cases cures all oleo lene received condition tell you feel the Irom slave putrid mad Asthma for years ever advertisement for the cure and thoughtJou the like Dr the Co an for and troubles which combine Its DU 0 SmiNOB DK this sense having the for the cure has atlliited for myown well sign once My the first soon the and she free feel who this for but and and and for six now best and you cap such you J35 on7 Do not once DR York in I FOR SALE and LAMBS Telrphune il p a ti KY This the will continue the the solicited the It how for and 1ind1e ttr1nl1htftWINCHESTER KY fNB D HUNTER Cashier Pied up Capital 210000000 Surplus 2OOOOa7Handsome deposit of 40421048 This Bank solicits merchantsmenrKentuckyand facnittheI oflegitimate ft II C+fRiSTIVfrr EETS1 r P a uu UttIlnulO HOHt UUseful Presents ink Wnat We are Headquarters for Santa Claus We are Loaded from Cellar to Gar ret with Useful Holiday Presents r Beautiful Smoking Jackets from Alfred Benjamin Co Beautiful AquaProof Rain Coats from Alfred Benjamin Co Beautiful Bathing Robes from Alfred Benjamin Beautiful Overcoats and Ulsters from Alfred BtrnJiamin Co Beautiful Silk Umbrellas and Canes OUR OWN IMPORTATION i3 Beautiful Gloves ot all kinds Fownes TIU TIE n WOULD BagsBeautifulBagsBeautiful 1 Night Robes Underwear Socks Handkerchiefs I Genuine Macintoshes Rain Coats Etc Etc 1 JUST THINK WHAT USEFUL PRESENTS 3 What a Beautiful Present one of those DICK S H R Y O C K SUITS made to order would be We have the largest stook in Kentucky Beautiful Boys Childrens Sweaters Beautiful Mens Caps LOUIS CUS STRAUSS THE LEADING KENTUCKY CLOTHIERS ZEX33 TGTONJ KY State College of Kentucky ti iil- liu Agricultural md Mechanical State College of Kentucky tiers the i fiillowing courses of study viz Agricullurn Horticultural Chemical Biological MathematicalI Norm al i School Classical Mechanical Engineering Electrical Engineering Civil Engineering each of which extends over four years and lead to a degree i Postgraduate courses of study are also provided leading each to a mas ters degree Each course of study is organized under a separate faculty ii The general faculty number more than thirty professors and instructorrlljj County Appointees receive tuition room rent in dormitories fuel lOll lights and if they remain ten months traveling expenses The laboratories and museums are large well equipped comprebensiv- and modern The last legislature appropriated 30000 for a college home for joung me1Iilitary by Congress Graduate from tho several courses of study readily find excellent MHI lions and liberal remuneration The demand is largely in excess of the ability of the college to supply Last year the matriculation list was 620 For catalogues method of obtaining appointments information regarding courses of study and terms of admission apply to JAMES K PATTERSON Ph D LL D President Or to Prof D C FRAZEE Business Manager Lexington Ky ETFall Term begins September 10th 1001 W R CRAWFORD CO Live Stock Commission FOR THE SALE OF Cattle Hogs Sheep Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI 0 ALSO Bourbon Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY ConsignmentsolicitIB iKKKSnI I e JIIII14LATUIL I II i i Malarial Fevers Acts on then etler than alomelnnel Quinine Centring Aremc temTnII EKJ JLEM GEN1BAL TGK0As well as a Sure Cure for Chills and Fever ned Bilious Fevers Just what you need at this season IT nJm PAIis Mild Laxative Nervous Sedative Splendid Tonic Guaranteed Try It lluut take any ub Ututr At Druggist hoc unit SI Iluttles- SUCCESSWORTH PJUWAUEU RTIiNOWNaF- nrlylear86UlflF9111theSnUl11 ROBINSONPETTET COproves liuchesToiiica great remINCORIOItTFDedy for Chills 4 all malarial fevers LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY EREETHRNHWYORK MONTHY WORLD TO ALL NEW SUBSCRIBERS AND ALL OLDIONES WHO RENEW IN 30 DAYS FOR THEI Hazel Green Herald J YorkMonthlyI beforethat WORLDTHE coverItroproductions artistic appliances making amagazine unrivaled in the oftsnppearanceII Each issue stories travelstories iI ered curiostogetheri i gntbii researchconributorscomicpaKes 1 befunnyA feature each month will be the large first page portrait of themost famed man or woman of the in eyeInmatterartoneofNewYorktomanyI Subscription iiO Cents nowenbeonber beoreonlyJ = q OOtDUOOOOIO T ICPIBSEg1SFJ Co press iiREGAIN YOUR HUH WITH fIDIIII iITiLUll UUOI I I i eiii iORE IeNATURES DOCTOR FORMAN KND F1I Ii IT CURES Rheumatisma Diptherias La Grippe r Brights Disease Blood PQisPpilt Kidney Liver and Stomach Troubles Female Complaint Catarrh and Ceneral Debility fe = P IT CURESWH- EN ALL ELSE FAILS BDAD THE TESTIMONY OP TWO WELL KNOWN CITIZENS OF WOLFE Mr Cooper Hazel Green Ky- I purchased some of the VitaOre of you in the latter part of March and after taking about a halfpint of the VitajOre Elixer my nerves were aa steady as when I was 16 years of age and Iam Ihadj inedjcInM v and nostrums I could hear of to build myself up but nothing did me any good until I used Vitas Ore which my wife brought me from your house After r using it a week I went out and did three days as hard work as I have done in 25 years and I was not more fatigued than was 25 years ago over the same worktIt is the grandest medicine in the wii and I want everybody in the mountains to know what it miltrybuyVitaeOreI remain thankfully yours for putting me on to this remedy JAMES LACY I can vouch for every word Mr Lacy says in the above I am his wife and bought the medicine of Mr Cooper for him though I did not have much faith in it because mltDlthingsused Vitro Ore and am stronger and in better health than for years which I attribute to its use- r MRS SOUTHEY LACY Lacy Creek Ky June 1 190- 1IViteOre is 1 a package which makes 1 quart of Elixer Dose One teaspoonful to glaswof water Mailed to any address on receipt of price Addreaa = MKNCIIt COOPER HEEL CREIN KY