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Digital page images are linked to the text file. bes 8 1 ADVERTISING Colnmn 1 year RATES i 00 J n THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD 1 SUBSCRIPTION RATE11 year 35 00 One year in a oInches iayear 2e 10 00 00 9i B Six Three montlii months r ii i Inch I year 7 CO I =Established March 4 1885 Mad + Single copy + iUdicatel1Jj I I e T Ili III i IomAAlegetable similating tfteFoodandRegula ting the Stomachs andBovreis of MS HILDKhN Promotes DigestionCheerfur ness andRestContains neither i OpiumMorphine nor 1ofi1eraL s NOT NARCOTIC OUbStINlILFtTalm r ftta s- Rrraa tUSJ- ItA JI awddrdVf + IKndad j A perfect Remedy for Constipa TlonSourStonBChDiarrhoea WormsConvulsionsFcverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP facsimile Signature of NEW YORK b uioiilhs old r 1 DoSJS 5Cl NIS I I iiEXACT COPY Or WRAPPER I t- t z AT THE AREI 4 DEAF I CASIORAI- For Infants and Children The Kind You Have I BoughtI Bears the- Signazare of In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sIAs11rtiRA TRAININGFLEXINGTON 4 BUSINESS 4 COLLEGE Il Gves capitalized 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730 S Broadway Baltimore ud Our treatment does not interfere with your usual occupationitt- raatintUoa advice free sad YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME et a seat sotstlaal WTERNATIWUL AURAL SUH1C4 5W U SAUfAVE CHICAGO ILL v 1 = THE CHICAGO POST THE ROME PAPER Every FARMER should road Bali The Chicago Post EiHUiVE STOCK Serskold read dally The CWctga Fist Eitrj HOIUGESMiHr sHild1 read dally Tto Mleaft Post t EmytilM Stypirr M red dally mho Ciliati Pist THEOREMNEWSPAPER TIE lEST IS HONE TOO 100D FOR YOU q Subscribe through your commission arm ewsdealer or pubis asstf nnew- rpa par caautelnz this adrarUM ent Sample pies sent fro5 on rel- ni THE CHICAGO POSY Chicago III r II Ir e BY A M BELLERBY CHAPTER II CONTINUED IHE dark winter months crept y on only too quickly and the lovely spring days came but each new flower as it bloomed and each token of the onward march of the Queen of seasons bright was to me a tying to shudder at for they told remorselessly off the hours of my fast waning liberty And at lastat last the eve of my wedding f- daya beautiful one in late April cameFeeling as if life were over for me and that nothing more much mattered I yielded to my mothers urgent request and put on my wedding dress to go down aud show I myself to my lover for the last time before my wedding- It was a magnificent creation of white satin and tulle with the most expensive veil money could purchase Orange blossoms and real pearls were amongst the trimmings And like a being in a trance rather than a free agent I 1 went down to him in the drawing roomMy love I how beautiful you are Margaret he exclaimed in a tone almost of awe while I stood before him like a statue utterly indifferent to what he might say or doII For a time he stood looking at me then he took something from his pocket and in another minute pearls beautiful as angels tears were twining about his square red fingers I have sent to all parts of the world for these he said And I noticed his hands usually steady spokeY I I wanted to find something that might please you that you might care for He advanced to clasp them round my neck and I stood with strange j apathy as he rained kisses upon me such kisses as I had not hith erto allowed For Gods sake try to love me j a little Margaret I he implored his voice choking with emotion You are trampling my heart be neath those proud feet that proud soul of yours I If you would youI might make a good man of me but you are more like a marble t statue than a woman Some faroff feeling of pity stirred the dull apathy of my heart I some vague sense that I was doing this man who loved me so blindly an irreparable wrong some glim mering idea of what God meant marriage to bo of the height toI which love can raise even a man whose animal instincts left tohim- self would keep him low and far from God I stood back and looked him ii- in the face and I thank God to this day that I obeyed the sudden impulse that came upon me William I said and my voiceI sounded solemn and strange in my ears listen to what I have to say for the last time At this hour tomorrow it will be too late I want you to realize that I am mar rying you solely and entirely fo the benefit your money and ini fluencewill be to my family He was about to interrupt me but I put up my nand and he kept silence his eyes fixed on me I cannot raise you to anythin higher because I shall myself ink to a lower level in the hour I become your wife I told yon the day you first asked me to marry you that I did not love you More than that now I positively die like you and I cannot help itb Thinkwhat it will be in the years to come to be chained to a wife who may not always be able to conceal her aversion to yon II- II My voice trembled I came near and for the first time voluntarily laid my hand on his arm Let me go William I im- ploredCloh let me go I will1 take all the blame Be generous and let me gO1I My voice choked1 t I for I saw my pleading was hopeless a f No Margaretno I ho aus wered almost fiercely I will not cannot lot you go 1 The more you dislike me the more I love you you are more to me than all my other hopes of earth and heaven You are excited overwrought When once we got away you will forgot such thoughts as these- I had no strength to say more- no power to rosier while he took me in his arms and pressed his hateful kisses on me I had made my last struggle for freedom and it had failed When he had gone away I went up to the spare room and locked myself in Then I turned the gas ull on and stood before the cheval glass looking at myself The God to whom all hearts are open knows how far my feelings were removed from the innocent vanity of the happy bride who takes pleasure in her beauty for the sake of him she loves I stood a tall stately miserable woman looking at the face clad figure which caused my present misery criticising and aunalysing the regular features and ivory complexion the penciled level brows great dark eyes and abundant nearly black hair and if they belonged to some oner oleo Beautiful Yes I was wretch edly beautiful I was ready to curse my looks for suddenly that strange feeling of apathy wore off With feverish fingers I tore off time costly attiregladly would I have rent it to pioces and putting m hair over my face sank down with- a moan on the floor and prayed wildly for death or ugliness If only I could wake up in the morning with smallpox or erysipelas or any other disfiguring disease that could make mo loathsome to my bridegroom I 0111 that fatal fatal gift of beauty 1 Huddled together in a heap longing for tears that would no t come I tried to console myself with the thought of the comfort and ease my misery was procuring for my family but it was no use for I realized that love with a dinner of herbs was far far better than the sumptuous fare and luxury of life which we were all1 about to possess Muriel was right I moaned inI bitterness of heart they are sel fish and care only for themselves The affection they have been pretending to lavish on me these pastt six months has been just for what they could get Oh father father you would not have let your little girl suffer sol CHAPTER III DU T the morning came and mY with it the gift of new life Of course it was to be a very fash ionable wedding and ata fashion able time2 oclock in the after noon Every incident of that eventfulI day is indelibly branded on my memory though I felt then as if j were moving in some terrible dream and should awake to fin reality I remember the hairdresser com ring to do my hair and then their dressing me in the things I had torn off the night before Eat I could not till my mother besought me with tears in her eyes- r Margaret for my sake take something You are whiter the your dress And do try to look less as if you were going to be burled alive instead of married I I wish I wereoh I wish were I said and then almost laughed at the horror on the faces of those who heW me But I choked down a few mouthfuls to please my mother and only nearly broke down when Muriel with a face as flushed as mine was pale whispered as she kissed me Margaret I hate him as much as you dolu1 It still seemed a dream the crowded church heavy with the perfume of costly flowers and fill ed with the s ft notes of he organ that sounded like mockii g voices the clergyma i my own tterance of the words that mado me Wil liam Repton i wife Yet I noticed every soft flatter of excitement amidst the or owd Myhandw LI steady en ugh IB I i skit t signed away my maiden name and noticed with dislike tho flourish ing signature of my husband above it And as I walked down tho aisle and tho bells rang out I thought of Alan Poes weird poem and imagined that ghouls wore ringing my golden marriage bells As wo stepped into tho carriage I looked down at my loft hand and longed with all my heart to 1 tear from the finger tho gold badge ofservitude Instead of that my 1 husbandslipped on tho keeper above it saying little for which at least I was grateful The luncheon and speeches were fgone through my dross was changed shoes and confetti were thrown after our carriage and our honeymoon had begun Wo were to go 1to London for two or three days and then on to the Continent CONTINUED NEXT WEEK A Profitable Investment- I was troubled for about seven years with my stomach and in bed t half my time says E Domick Somerville Ind I spout about 1 1000 and never could got anything to help me until I tried Kott dol Dyspepsia Cure I have takenII a few bottles andam entirely well You dont live bywhat you eat but by what you digest and nssimII Hate If your stomach doesnt di gost your food you are really stan ing Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does tho stomachs work by digesting I tho food You dont have to dietII eat all you want Kodol Dyspep Ysin Cure cures all stomach troub les H F PIEHATT HORSE SENSE j IIf the Horse Could Speak This isI What He Would Say Dont hitch me to an iron postI or railing when the mercury is beI low freezing I need the skin on my tongue Dont leave mo hitched in my rightfwhere I must lie down Dont compel me to eat more salt than I want by mixing it with myoats Dont think because I go free under the whip I dont get tired Dont whip me if I get frightened on tho road or I will expect it next time and maybe mako troubleDont trot mo up hill for I have to carry you tho buggy and my self too Try it ourself some timeDont say whoa unless you mean it- Dont make me drink ice cold water nor put a frosty bit in my mouthDont run me down a steep hill Dont lend me to a blockhead says He Was Tortured I suffered such pains from corns I could hardly walk writes H Robinson Hillsborough Ill but Bucklens Arnica Salvo completely cured them Acts like magic on sprains bruises cuts sores scalds burns boils ulcers Perfect healer CaredGuranteed per by Day Hazel Green or S S Combs S Sons Campton Has it ever occurred to time Ken tucky people that they aro not compelled to go and see Uncle Toms CabinWashington Post Vitao 0re will relieve you of all wantednApply to or address with stamp Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky preferImalovolentaesimnationChicagoTribune ivplsgx Lv wrL fIPILlS To oure SICK HEADACHE HAIITUAL CONSTIPATION- and all dlMtses arising from In dlBMtlon Thy will purify your blood and Make youroomplaxlon a FAIR AS A WLYJhyaraelatln oat r Qjja by JK Rose fuel green Ky e Ci 11 iI A Cough U I have made a most thorough trial of Ayers Cherry Pectoral and am prepared to say that for all dis eases of the lungs it never disap points J Early Finley Ironton O Ayers Cherry Pectoral won t cure rheumatism we never said it would It wont cure dyspepsia we never claimed it But it will cure coughs and colds of all kinds We first said this sixty years ago weve been saying it ever since TkrMsIxt2JScSI All drag Ws Coninlt your doctor It ha UTS take It thin do u he ri K he tells you not knowsLeaveJ Co AYER CO Lowell Mass Hazel Green to Neola Some months ago wo agitated the building of an electric line of railroad between this place andl Noola on the Ohio and Kentucky railroad and just five miles away the plant to operate the road to be located in Hazel Green None of our citizens seemed to have faith in the project and doubt ing Thomases put damper upon our enthusiasm but did not die courage us to any groat extent be cause we then believed and believe now that if our citizen will show a little interest in the enterprise that wo can get the road built We have been in correspondence with some gentlemen in Lexing ton with a view to pushing the project and one of thorn wrote us this week that he had about ef fected the organization of a company of eastern capitalists pro vided wo would guarantee the right of way and adds that we can almost certainly count upon it if we will donate the ties for the five miles Now our people should show their hands It is the chance to make Hazel Green the foremost town in Eastern Kentucky and the prettiest for residence purposes in the state Citizens of the town and nearby farmers who may be interested will please meet at the store of John M Rose on Satur day next the 80th at 2 30 oclock to talk over tho matter and or ganizo for securing right of way donations c Let us have a full attendance 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 DeWittfrWitch Hazel Salve is unequalled Draws out time fire stops tho pain soon heals the wound Beware of counterfeits Sure cure for piles De 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 she soiled two to five dresses a dayH F PIERATT Since J P Morgan and William A Clark began to pay high prices for pictures it is surprising how many examples of the old mast ers have been brought to light Baltimore American 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 havo tried many remedies but Little Early Risers give best re sults H F PIERATT Just about tho time that peace had been restored in Kentucky somebody introduced Uncle Toms Cabin into the stateMemphisC- omnmercial AppeaL Electric Belt on Trial itandobtainagentsthe few of their Electric Belts on trial on the following terms 100 to bo paid in ten days if the Belt proves beneficial and the balance 200 to be paid in sixty days if the Belt effects a cure These Belts are a positive cure for Rheumatism Neuralgia Kidney trouble Stomach and Liver trouble Aeth onceItf POBoxl874NewYorkNY l I COUNTY tDIRECTORY1t CIRCUIT COURT Third MondaIin January Fourth Monday Third Monday in SeptemberDAVID B REDWISE Judge AF Dyne CoramonvrealthaAttorney J F VAXBAXT Master Commissioner C C HANKS Trustee Jury Fund t 0COUNTY COURT First Monday in each month G T CENTER Judge W S TUTT Clerk A T COMBS Sheriff AttorneyISAACGEO W SAILEY Assessor SurveyorFRANK Coronerc MAGISTRATES COURTS TIME OF HOLDING AND OFFICIALS SUOCXEYMagiltrate holdinrcourtcourtSECOND 41 RosEJlt I stable Court days First February May August and THIRD DISTRICT W B DUFF ConIIistrate HENRY C CAMPBELL Court days Second Friday in May August and November FOURTH D1srttlcvR R LEOO ConstableCourtMarchJuneCl1AMDI0tsMagistrate ThirdFridayandNovember BouxMagistrate MarchJuneOLIVERMSEitrate settime Lexington and Eastern Railway fai Titus Table in EUect Oct 20 1901 EAST BOUND STATIONS I I INo2 No4 It exI11 Lye AMLTB Lexington 2 10 pm 7 40 am Winchester 2 55 pm 8 25 am LAEJuncn 3 07 pm 8 37 Clay City 3 40 pm 9 13 amlStanton 3 51 pm 9 23 am NatBridge 4 20 pm 9 54 am Torrent 4 34 pm 10 08 am Beattyve Jc 4 56 pm 10 29 amfI Jackson 6 00 pmjll 30 am WEST BOUND IINo1I No3 STATIONS Daily ex I Sunday I Sunday pmBeattyvepmTorrentpmNatpmStantonpmClaypmWinchesterpmLexingtonI UlUlagerCRAST R MORGAN P A rOIfISVlLLIJ TIN AND STOVE COMPANY Jobbers and Dealers in STOZIEISaane LOl1JSV1L KY DILLER + BENNETT WHOLESALE 1UKNITUR1 The Largest Exclusive 527 Y Mill Stii Wholesale Furniture Dealer in the South LOUIsville Ky r j 1IIManufacturers and Jobbers of iic MENS CHILDRENS BOYS C LOT 11 I N C 607 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY REH BEVERSON CO WOLSALE Q SADDLEJT lli508513 W MAIN STREETii a LOUISVILLE KY ID jI1ii O YFF Tile treat iaPts 4 4jT OLVlZ KY 6 i 1 f F Fs Fes 1- t t I j j I SPENCER COOPER Editor I I itHAZEL 110hGREEN KY i + THE Frankfort correspondent o tho Louisville Post in sunlmin up tho political situation as vio 1 at that place says edII Col Hendrick Judge James Blpck of Harhourvillo and Robert J Ureckinridgo TlIlII are the only throe democratic cnn didates for the governorship who have been hero this weak except I of course Gov Beckham who i si nlthouglkI meat Judge Black is from the moun tains Col Breckiuridge from the Bluegrass and Col Hendrick fromi the Purchase The friends of each are claiming that their reapectiv- candidateshnvowonderfrlstrongt h in tho territory of tho other two It goes without saying that each has strength in his own district and it will bo interesting to see how much of tho tother mans t territory can be controlled beach of tho three when the battleI is on Col Ilonry Vatterson has n been in Frankfort lately but h I been interviewed by request in Washington frequently as to his chances Col WattorsQn does not contemplate tho opposition with opinionWithout reiterating the fact l is known of all men who read thatl TIlE HERALD is for Hon James + D Black of Barbourvillo for gov timo1Ensteruj I is entitled to a fair share of t loaves and fishes though she h fasted for lo theso many years and among her sons who are de serving of recognition at the hands nrolif we name We have said this for several years past nUll to our o I subscribers it will appear a stereo tyed phrase But believing thatt I earnest effort will eventually brit I its reward wo shalltContinue to ask that Mr Black bo tender tho democratic nomination as long as he and tho part live and we t have tho power to appeal TI other gentlemen are 0 K in all I respects but they represent sev erally parts of tho statq that hloit always had largo slices of p while our end of tho table had to Ti be content with the crust and t hatveor i fori1 is elected by a rousing i inndthen show you an ideal ex I ecutive i UNDER tho caption kill this j I tlelne t issue an article from the Louis ville Post that should be read every citizen and pondered witbyII As stated in the article the passage of such a bill as this would lay down the fence and open up a field for j any amount of corruption TIhoii tax payer of course would bear I 1tho burden to enable tho official I to grow fat upon the spoils of his I l IorrisIshouldll t 110 pai sage CURRENT EVENTS singII It over a Prince we bow down and What the deuce would we do fiver a king- o T o o Heros a chance for a trust mag i hate Columbia offers its famous 1emerald mines for sale o 0 Two opinions especially when they are directly opposed never nttcntircn j p as one docs c 0- j i 1If the republicans persist making Gov Shaws possession of r twelve toes a special qualification I i for holding office every twelve 6 toed man in the country will be t jWashfmRtonIy C Secretary Root talks about bring I 4tug10000 solders homo from ti o Philppine but 1seni j xrth TTnited States to the Pbilippinst have just been issued by thewkr8r a 4l apartment i S 1 4 b Just as might have been expected Now York city is getting more reform in aftordinner speeches than any whore else o o 0 Diamonds of great value are reported to have been found in Mon duItinye pnrklersI PItthoirIWnshinqtonI1t 5 A1iccm0- e The evidenco in tho trialbrf Neely show that perjury also hag i nitsis to get its own is yet to bo as fm go0prMr Roosevelt was considerate 1of the feelings of the people when said that ho would make no public speeches while congress was In sessIon ieo wieldsIra of tho hatchet Carrie Nation cut offone of her big toes the other day but sire still retains tho of her tongue o o According to the always vora cious spacewriter the Indians are preparing to fight under a banner inscribed Give us paint and 1 hair or give us death o o 0 Who knows that the Isthmian Canal Commission will not a 1 lit ltie later como out with a third ireport in favor of the Darien or ofome Gns Some of the Washington corre spondents seem to resent the ac tion of the democrats of tho hots i in deciding caucus and other parS adviceito a lTho nigger volunteers are get ting jealous of thojsuccess of t Rough Riders in gobbling otlicial 1pie null have demanded of Mr behBap pca9rt of Sew Orleans 0- The mouths of tho contract are being made to water by tho plans fora Greater Washington now on exhibition at tho NationalI Capital Many millions have been 1disbursedon paperby the maL ers of these plans o 0gDemocratic senators are right billewith every weapon to their com mand The republicans have no tariffurights that have been given to the Porto Ricans n- Pearleson who is on tho payroll of that Methodist institution known as haved his eye on another job before he opened his sneering battery on Biblye stories o 0 Mr Roosevelt has officially call ed attention of the heads of the government departments to th- awsl giving preference in making appointments to veterans of the civil war but ho never hesitates to turn down a veteran when t wishes to appoint somebody else o oo There are numerous similarities iin tho wars in South Africa an in the Philippines Just now British officials are saying that tho Boor war is almost over and our officials are saying tho same about tire war in the Philippines I But both have talked the same way before DrFenneIsCOLDEN RELIEF wrra um c uma runc yaSara EMCinC W ALt eW I a= I 1 INFLAMMATION If3 SorrUinut llwulacfco 5 nilnulci Toothyga 1 aColdsl S J c I CURES ANY PAIH INSIDE OR OUT I minuteDZ I r Sold byHFPieratt Hazel Green Ky Missionary Offerings On the first Sunday in March the members of the Christian hurchat this place will make Foreiginp Kentucky a Every chtistiau will have n part in this good workpreaching the Gospel in Kentucky and beyond boibe willing cheerful and liberal Lot eachpike ah offering as GodI has prospered him Wai H CORD Minister Pilelie Cures Piles I Money refunded if it ever fails A MAGAZINES IMMENSE MAIL Mora Than 9000 Letters and 6Twice as Many Subscriptions Received in a Day Few persons have any idea of tile enormous amount of mail received ring the busier seasons of tho ar by so largo a house as Tho Curtis Publishing Company of iladelphia which publishes The Ladies Homo Journal and Satur dayj Evening Punt With this com parry the month of December usually brings tho heaviest daily ails and on a Thursday last December all previous records were oker On that lay tho actual of letter received was 90SO Those contained 18 177 sub scriplions to tho two periodicals entioned and 1540844 in ex ess and money orders and in cash To open receipt for tabu late and file these letter and ac jknowledge each one separately requires the work of a small army of young woman who needless to say have no tune to spare WANTEnTrustworthy men and1 women to travel and advertise for eoold established house of solid financial standing Salary 780 a year and expenses all payable in cash No canvassing required Give refer ences and enclose selfaddressed1 stamped envelope Address Mana ger 355 Caxton Bldg Chicago tf Two More Killings in Breathittt At Hampton Station on the Ohio t1 Kentucky railroad on tho 25th inst Bud Bohannon shot und1 killed Elkana Smith On Saturday last two miles from Jackson George Barnett shot and lille- ranville Prater Barnett was placed in jail at Jackson He claims selfdefense seWhen you have head ache or neuralgia try Tripheue Sold by S Combs fe Son Campton und IL F Pieratt Hazel Green tf No moils left this place fore either Torrent or Kothwell yester day and people had to resort to their bibles for reading matter ItI proved to be news to many of them too As hog killing time is over w0t poundsorsof lard on subscription 9 9 f w jOUR on i1 rt IJMJSHOPPIHGopVSoLT THElflEfAlP5 I NNRTIi1ENT 4 O I KodolDyspepsia I I I t i what eat I Digests yon This preparation contains all of tie etdigestants and digests all kinds Itgivesinsttntrdlietaadnetails ofnver t j the food you want The most sensitl stomachs can take it By its use lna thousands of dyspeptics have bee cured after everything else failed It I is unequalled for all stomach troubles It cant helpbut I do yea goodI lani E 0 Uswu k co Chlcsgo j ewutalnartlmdstbnSDed sue j II F PlKItATT SecuredII j Situations I I for graduues or tuition refunded at once Tar cauh five and pec1 fM assey Colleges WrileII Lcuisvlll Ky Montgomery Ala I Houston Tt Columbus CaaRichmond Va Birmmjhini Ala Jacksonville Fla Silver Wgan otto Eggs I have WyandotteEggs These Are Thoroughbred I Buy n setting raise some THOROUGH nolonger no STOCKFirstROBKUT I CORD 33 Hazel Green Ky ao YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS+ DESIONaCOPYRIOHTS dAnyone 1le1ldJ aketch and deecrlptlon trlctleoaadeetlaLInrennanprobabUI i li w Patent emertcs we tnt Maca ta refitepedalAMERIOANbeautlfaUeucelWont- sean el IU eleadecoernt4reeklytermszma lOon bl Npedmta 7eartcoplca Boo Ie os l andl1UlD XddrSSMUNN t 10 Ytrt11 S Yset F rro- M vr rTOk Witty Cnt a YearT- HE Ihmttr SOUTHS LITERARY WEEKLY Published at Atlanta GaCireuGtiart Over 50000 eSUNNY SOUTH Is tae Gtwnt Lltornry Wolf17 orta south it Is devoted to Literature Uornnnee Tnct and Fiction and alves the best ofall that Is current In Us fUU Am0n0Itscontrlbutorstheaondt sapper oel Chandler SKSMftm serial stories from Anthony Hope Maurice Thompson Sidney R Crockett Mrs GerOIl C3rtetand Arthur tit Narchmont have appeared and others aro In walllna from the pen of authors of national note A short story contest brOught out nearly nye hundred splendid short atortaS all worthy place In Grin SUNNY SOUTHS 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You can pet your club of five out of these very people OS SUNNY SOUTH enters over 30000 American homes now and 1during I90Z Is sure to be welcomed in fully as many more homes as the great weekly feast of good thIngs UIII southern Literary Weekly whose columns for 1902 will be the most readable of all the papers that come to you fddrouAlf otnmitnlcatlans tf Uyo SUNNY SOUTH Atlanta Ga IKE HARTFIELDII Ileiuliiunrters Mt Sterlln IIy liKPHESEXTS GUCGENHFIMERCCK LYNCHBUIIG VA Importers and Jobbers of Dry Goods Xo liana and Fancy Goods We manufacture the well known ItE1T8 All Pants and itd0 00 0 00 0 oooo osoeoeoMOQMto- oWM toooo H hASH I i+ torneyatra711i oHAZEL GREEN KY 0 gWill practice in eanrlK of Wnlfr and ail2 ioining counties Collectiunyapeciahy g 000000000000000000 I Blue GrassI Nurseries FALL I9OJt tfruit anil Ornamental Trees Grijie Vinr Small Fruit tspartlusu1 everything for Orchard Lawn aud Garden We sell direr atright prictK to the iilanturainl have no agents General Catalo ue on application to both telephones H F IIILUNMKYER rilMM 20 Lexington Kj T PHOEIXZCM A now firstclass cafo for ladies rind gentlemen has been opened in opposito tho delicacies of tho season aro served in firstclass style Ladies especially are invited 1ILa to write for our confidential letter b fore up monoWeForriguSS PATENTSt EtlTIREor photo and we send an 1 IMMEDIATE FREE report on patentability wo give the best legal service and advice and our j charges are moderate Try ta- SWIFT Be c1Patent lawyers Opp US Patent Office Washington DC isnOIiffS Sal fOI Tans Iny virtue of taxes due the ShcriH of Wolfe fur yean 1000 1901 I willon Monday Feb 3 1JO1 it bring county court day between the hours of 1 oclock a m nnifl inIsale for cash in hand the fiIIlQinJlublicI estate or so much thereof ns may he access the hlitIland I and costC0 List NoAbut Oacres listed in the I 11TburoInd coscl84 iI I Dist Xo sAbout 75 acres listed in the name oil1 Jatron ailj the lauds ofIVVra McXabb for year 1U01 Tax and cost H151 CllyJanuary 7 1902 IWAIfTID RELIABLE MAN for Manager of a opetisportunity for the right man Kindly give good reference when writing The AtTt Morris Wholesale Noose CINCINNATI O irIlJuslraledcatulogue Jc stamps ooooooooooooooooooooooooo EVERY PAIR OF 8 TICER PANTS glade Perfect in Fit Foil in Scat and O Ripa 8 Are 8Detter 8Foro 8ooooooooooOOOOOQOooooooooo GETI YOURI NOTEHEAD8KnT lope ataloEueallALDoitcex Iloouuccococoo COOOOOUOOHooot 5 r tt po + i IJJ 0 i- oocc weooo0000000000000000000- 00The following school books can be bougli at this ofhce at less than dealers prices A i sayingelf lo per cent is gun anteed you But you must be quick as these are all we have Fryes Elements of Gsegrapliy 52 zenn Fryes Complete Ceocraphy 100 Cyrs First Header 23 cents j Cyrs Second Reader 29 costs Cyrs Third Reader 40 coats Cvrs Fourth Reader 48 cents Cyrs Filth Reader 50 cents Children Primer 10 coats Prince Arithmetic Grade I16 cents II Arithmetic Grade III 16 cents Arithmetic Grade IV 16 scats Tarbells Lessors in Lan J eGramnar 48 cents Oar Government 5y Eacy 60 chats I Childs Book of Health 24 cents OnrBodlcs and How We Live ElaUidli 52 coals- Beginners t I American History 43 cents I Laadinc Facts of American History SOc I ISPENCER COOPER I ROSE WHEELER PRACTICAL 8LAGK8iViiTHS i I j I jI AND i I MAKERS I I HAZEL GREEN KYII I 1ITito the attfiition of thet mariners of this vi Ijciuity to their im I i pro vc J fuci Ii tit for blicksniithing and vrngonmaking nl I well as repair wort lfall fcinJs mechllllicilinRures I ofInrtutu tion is gunrnritrrii in nil caws Buggy building 111l1 making are our speciiiltiet ymr patronage is re spcctfulloliciltd upspredatedr HOE A V1JEELER I j I I I M t t1 Ii anythingIil but a toy A 1000 WATCHt is just a hundred times better Step in and see that Thin Modal Gold Filled Gentlemans Watch were selling at I 1000II AVc have others lower and higher priced HEIMTZoJ Manufacturing Jeweler East Main SG near Postoflice LEXINGTON KY THE HERALD and MonthlyWorld one dollar a year in advance c r t i I1c 8Cheapest Store Oa EarlL QuslJty ol Gscis ConaWcrcdI iJ L F P RAfT9- i 7- Q nitllit IN k 11i nti a J s tI Live Stock Country Produce LIVERY AND FEED STABLE Horses Hacks Buggies tic for hire at all times and charges reasonable JLdU J ffilBS R Rough Dressed and Tongue and Grooved f All kinds for sale i 5OQOO feetyet to dispose of at living prices = I TA ESI I rf t + p Al outstanding taxes must be settled now tFf3or levy will be made as I have only until I IdelayYour friend H F PIERATT t t E 1 SWiII HOLIDAY GOODS II- SANTAI CLAUS need inga 1 large store in which he can show his goods to advantage hit the nail 011 the head when he selectedv asIHe- will have there the most wonder M llt ful tat of toys and jimcracks ever spin in Hazel Green Fancy Candies Toys Dolls and everything pretty will be found there in profusion and all new and cheapso cheap that everybody may buy SIGHT IS GOOD and jou are invited to look before you leap- t flOLLtelV r 1 k TtY- SCECLROIYr lIme just receivedllant opened a complete 07 qJ fIIJlcof the handsomest I I elOa ar and Animal and Mechanical Toys ever seen in Hazel Green which are to please the children and their stock of 1 Hcoi n L r GOODS a w will please everybody that sees itus prices are very Ipw He Blrislmas m Hiee BingiItg singing because nt 4 THE DAY MILLINERY x may be found everything in style On our bells are pic turgid 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 t Everything at the lowest prices quality considered ICLOTHIMC Y jIhave a nice lot of clothing which I intend fiI thisline 1 I ciAlso I will sell you shoes at 100 that I have always sold at 125 and the same pro portion clear through 1 Remember this is for CASH ONLY J 1V1A ROSE+ 4 THE PEOPLES FRI- ENDI1tTEEEi T ii00 SCHOOLSchooloolienluckyffFTho present term begins September 8 with the largest enrollment in tho history ofhthe school The Second Session begins JANUARY I11 1902F1 t3fA thorough practical school for young men and AcademicCommercialDepartmenteTuition miSOO for 38 Week WeekFurW H CO1U Principalx i i a x q What are Humors Thty sre vitiated or mobld fluids coos Jns the sera rrd aCcctlag the tissues TUrj are tciarnonly due tt i defective Uiges tion bat are 5onictiaii 3 inherited Hoir do they issnlfisttfcsauclvcs In many forms of cutaneous eruption fait rheum or eczema j niples and bolls and In weakness laimuor general debility liow arc they oipollcd Uy Hoods Sarsaparilla which also builds up the system that has suffered from them L It Is the best medicine for all humors M r+ 1 1 a 4t 1 Brown sugar 20 pounds for 100 at Cecil Bros Henry Wilson of Dnysboro onI Saturday sold to Ransom Gibbs aj pair of horses harness and wagon for 17500 cash iin hand Jefferson Stamper the venerable father of Mrs Wr Cnskey of this died on Wodnesdn aLing about 4 oclock aged 81 years A telephone message from Days boro was received on Tuesday sum- moningk Dr Nickoll to see a man named Compton who lives near that placo and has feyorI BE SURE that your blood iirich and mire 1llebe blood itirifuT ciirichcr and vitaliziT is Hoods Sars parilla Bo sure to GET HOODS Rev Ilarlau Murphy will preach at the Frank Johnson school house tonightias terest is manifest The subjects for sermons at the if Christian church on Sunday will be at 11 a m Four Great t Things and at 045 p m The Eternal Purpose I Wo understand that C C Pack j who lives on Grassy contemplates removing to Illinois in the near future and is soiling out his per sonal property with that view jo tr1dyr ing in cattleI for the past two o- rt three years announces that ho will retire or rather return to farm ing as he thinks it more lucrative a in the long run a For Sale One Fay Xo 8 six roll S inch 1 lightning flooror with beading at tachment Ono Fay carriage cutting L off saw F Bran it Sox Lexington ITy i You can fay for TILE HERALD in onions Irish potatoes spare- ribsy fcc so there is no excuse for ignorance r At the Christian Sunday school1 the class taught by Win H Cord is making a study of Acts or Apostles Any one who wants to make this study will havo a cor dial welcome into the class The thirdfc I j lapterIQ Ii CASTORIAJFor I i4 The Kind You Have Always Boughtt theis 71JSignature of Kill This Bill A bill has been introduced in the house at Frankfort creating a new a office with n snug salary and eo little to do that the natural fear is that Satan will find more mis hawccl to do 1Itis proposed to supply the Jury Commissioners with a secretary This seems harmless but that sec retary haying nothing else to do could in fact determine the com plexion of every jury of every kindl in every court and remove everyp element chance as well as every chance of jjustice from every cause in courtTho proposition embodied iin this bill is austounding It is the mostaudacious attack yet made on the course of justice in this county The office is altogether unucccs sary The real clerical duties have been performed without any inconvenience The new office would be so big with opportunity K that the organized crirnii i nalsjl would jes laff at any effort to restrict their great and growing F powerLet lawyers litigants and the public generally take steps to prevent the passage of this enabling net L P YyI re to IISHOOTING AT SPENCER j i WoundsiI JUstIproperty near Spencer j PooreJand the other the stomach j Mr Jackson at once came tof town and surrendered to Jailer Wm Sledd A SentinelDemo atIIi here worn no eye witnesses to the weIfoHowsIJackson had for sumo time SUB picionotl Pooro of illicit relations with his wife and yesterday morn iing going to his house after a trip over the farm he found Poore but whether in a compromising posi- tionj with Mrs Jackson we could not learn find at once opened fire on him with tho result as above told Poore ismortally wounded s nd perhaps before these lines are jiin print Mr Jackson will have the jjccharge of murder registered op1 j1jj above facts are true wo suppose Mr Jackson will depend on the unwritten law for his acquittal Mr Jackson is a man who stands well in the community in which jj ho liYsIt Sterling Sentineli Democat You May Cored the Sapling hut not the trw When disease has Income chronic and deep seated it tIs often difficult to cure It That is the rvawn why it isbeatto take Hoods 8nNIarilla hen dUeane drat shows itself Hoods Pllisaroafavoritefamilycathante- Now Railroad Completed The Mt Sterling correspondent iof tho Louisville Post says Th 0ek K railroad which has just been completed into the cannel coal regions of Morgan couutyhas penedup a vast amount of terri tory which before had no outlet and one cannot imagino the amount of business tho new road is doing countyIiinhabitants has already grown upI and many men are making plans i for the further opening up of the great wealth which is known to be lying around on the mountains I openingImoderate circumstances inII I Uncle Rastus Brooks near Days boro is suffering with a rising on his right thumb and can not telll what caused it though ho thinks he ran a splinter or something tin kind in it while feeding ofI phisf i I UC1 iDOG Kick a dog and he bites you He bites you and you kick himI The more you kick the more he bites and the more hcItes the more you kick Each makes the other worse A thin body makes thin blood Thin bloodmakes a thin body Each makes the other worse If there is going to be a change the help must come from outside Scotts Emulsion is the right help It breaks up such a combination First it sets the stomach right Then it en riches the blood Thatso strengthens the body and i begins to grow new flesh A strong body makes rich blood and rich blood makes a strong body Each makes the other better This is theway Scotts Emulsion puts the thin bodyon its feet Now it can get along by itself No need of medicine This picture represents the Trade Mark of Scott Emulsion and is on wrapper of every bottle Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE 409 Pearl St New Yo Soc and fi all druggists 4- t THE SUNNY SOUTH This Great Literary Journal Club bed With The Herald We publish elsewhere today the an I nouuccuient of the SUNNY Souni the jjgreat weekly literary periodical of the j I J Southern States Published in Atlanta GI in the heart of the great south it bears upon it the impress of its birth thanjrecognized factor in the field of southern j literature It was established more thanj a quarter of a century ago as a southern story paper and was published for a long time as a weekly aud then as a monthly About one year ago the paper passed j under new management and in less than J a year it has jumped from a circulation of 12000 to 00000 The first thing the new management did was to make it a I j1 weekly publication and to reduce the price to fifty cents per year less than one cent an issue and then infuse into jits columns all the enterprise and literaII ry ability that money could command j or determination secure In less than a j 2year this remarkable southern literary i paper has become national in character and it now has about as many subscribe f ers north of Mason and Dixona line as it has in the south Its columns abound in tthe best current literature of character iis tic southern flavor and no literary periodical published anywhere in the country has succeeded in bringing to gether as many southern writers of noteJJ has been done by the SUNNY SOUTH A striking feature of the HUXNY J SOUTHS development is its introduction during the past year of many new story I iwriters who will be heard from in the wider field of the worlds literature Inouj almost every southern state new talent has been developed to suchliteraryI I tent as to put the whole country iing about the SUNNY SOUTH I I1months ago the SUNNY SOUTH offered f very handsome prizes for aerite of th I I j best short stories by southern writers and more than five hundred responsesI were received Some of the stories thenjj published in the SUNNY SOUTH have t been reproduced the world over Others are now being published by it from I week to week I The fact that the price of this splendid weekly literary periodical is only fifty ewyear a wonderfuleftec t in giving it an extensive field for the development of its plans and purposes Perhaps no literary periodical ever es tablishedl has made such rapid stride as the SUNNY SOUTH in less than a year i Mrs Mary E Brayan whose has relungSOUTH has been engaged to take fullI charge of its Womans Department Her services will appeal especially to women I readers throughout the country as the I striking charm of her own personality interij i The distinctive characteri3t1cs ohouthj ern authors have always been a gnut charm to their readers The liberal usej lof matter by the leading magazines of theII United States aborts that high ragard prevalent for southern literary tales I The quaint stories of Joel Chandler liar plantaI I Page Harben Harry Stillwell Edwards and others of I those interesting phases of human char acter so plentiful in the south are ree with consuming interest and are seize upon by publishers with giut avidity The literary flavor of the SUNNY SOUTH will be far above the ordinary story pa per and an examination of one copy willI 1 show clearly and plainly to all its scope t in its great special field Some of th t most prominent of the worlds writers have been listed for special stories for the SUNNY SOUTH during the current year It is a pleasure to know that the South has at last secured a literary paper proud of which the whole country i ij I The SUNNY SouTH8 growing circula i alii jjii parts of it alike is an indication of iLlsIj t widespread field ltd fresh crisp editorials social stories from authors of theI widest note and growing fame and inter quarterIi deotedIwill come as a refreshing visitor every week to your home for only 50 cents perI t year If you have never seen a copy of it send today for it on a postal card ad j dressed to the SUNNY SOUTH Atlanta Ga giving also the names of six of your neighbors and special friends who ma also have this treat I We are pleased to know that South ern enterprise places this paper in the hands of our people Dr Collier who came here to remain two weeks only has boen crowded with work that he isJJ tstill here but hopes to get awn by the middle of next week at the latest He did think he would getaway j last week Then ho con eluded to make the dateyesterday but people crowded in upon him with teeth to fix fill or make and I ho is still here But as stated j above ho will try and go next Wednesday at the latest If you need his services see him without delayjj DEAFtheA sick lady cured of her deafness and noises in the head by Dr Nicholso- Artificial Ear Drums gave 10000 to Institute so that deaf people unable procure the Ear Drums may have rkree Address No 4486 The NIcho Institute 780 Eighth Avenue NtllrYo 4ly it Y a COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0ta To insure Iinnertion ALL tortes byMonday i t that nearby on Monday morning Our correspondents are derelict in duty and we want to say that henceforth they will not receive papers except for the week they hero 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 SWANGO SPRINGS SAYINGS H H Swango was at Campton Saturday Three traveling salesmen whoso names we did not learn wore the viguestsJ W Cecil and son Roily of Pizgah Va stopped over with us part of last week on route to Ezel for Ja protracted stay with rein lives They have a view of locating in this or Morgan county which would give his many friends great pleasure Harrison Swango last week received a letter from his daughter Mrs Wm Kaah who resides at Johnson Mo announcing the deathof her soninlaw George Moore which occurred Nov 3 1901 He leaves a wife and one child which have not ours onlyI but all around hero that knew Lilly the deepest sympathy thatI r hearts can feel company with relatives we IInThursday for a visit to Grass ii ChristII doeliciouB viands to devour and the fun and enjoyment compared with- a July celebration despite tho weather We left Monday with sad hearts and ackiug eyes but never timeless a mouthful of thanks tha our hearts had no room for which e now extend to them all Jan 28 UNO SUNNY SIDE Miss Lulo Taulbeo who is teaching at Lee City visited her par nts Saturday and Sunday Red river took a sudden risoI Saturday and would not admit of our attending church Sunday The newly married couple Noah I Cisco and wife passed through here Saturday Theres no telling I where they wentII Little Misses Rosa and Carrie Coldiron of your town spent fro I Saturday till Monday with their grandparents J E Brooks and wife Taylor and Logan Shockey andI the Roso boys of the Hazel Green academy passed through here Friday en route to their homes CitydWe are told that owing to official duties J W Taulbee has resigned his position as teacher at May town and Leroy Boggs will1 gooed teacher Our young friend Arbury Brooks was at Campton the greater part of last week attending court and himsa pair of license to go out and hold a little court of his own and here is wishibg that he may ever be true to his trust and it will on able him to rise higher than his most ardent hopes ever thought of ascendingte Jan 28 SUSIE SUNBEAM Mrs CAMPTON Bertie Catron BRIEFSmof Pomeroy I ton Menefee county is visiting her parents at this place for a few days The following persons are iin hp1 gram Buchanan Wm Stamper Wm Tuft Mijo Tornl Johnawic and Thos Hollon Joe Patrick Calloway Howard Joe and Nowt Howard of Salve villa H L Wheeler and Wollis McGuire of Beattyville Ky and Preatansbury g were among the attorneys who attended court at this place In the case of the CommonweaL VB Ingram Buchanan the jury i returned a verdict of guilty and j sentenced him to the state peni i tentiary for a term of five yearBI Commonwealth vi Mijo Toml1 Johnawic the German accused of the murder of Ad Gayhart in Ma goffin county The jury failed to agree on a verdict ten of the jury were for acquittal two for sentence Thishto09 is TIR08 honorabrkly prosecuted by the Commonwealths Attorney A F Byrd by the aid of Frank Hopkins of Prostousburg Floyd county nail G B Stamper aud most honorably defended by A H Stamper C 0 Cardwoll and Calloway Howard of Salyor villo K Public sentiment is in favor of the defendant Jan 28 POT HOOKS LANE LILIES G W King and J L Sonell went to Jackson Friday on busij ness J J Sewell attended court at Campion the latter part of last week Miss Eva Sewnll of Breathitt sited relatives at this place the past week Born to the wife of G Wash ingtonHoIIon on Monday tho 20th inst a girl I Miss Millie Rose of Stillwator was visiting her slater Mrs Dora Hollou of LImo Saturday and SundayaSam J Elkins a student of the Campton school spent from Saturday till Monday with his parents at Lane Jan 28 MIKE flourI flour flour SSJLT SSJLT SJLTS RASHtF Tho originator of LOW PRICES is wholesale dealer in FLOUR SALT and solicits the patronage of the merchants of the mountains JpiFWill meet any legitimate competitionCall buyillMcCausey K- yConstipation PainIJ of your eyes Bad Itsmyour liver AYes Pills are liver pills They cure cons li pation headache dyspepsia 25c All drujglsts beautifulbrownBUCKINGHAMS DYEwhttQers 10 C1L OI0YRR11 OR p N4L eQ Rr F M MENDELWEINSTOCKCOf HATS1 JH 627629 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY U G ROBINSON BEATTYVILLE KY General Salesman for JR M HUGHES CO LOUISVILLE KY Manufacturers of HiRhGrade Vinegat CiICP Solicits orders from the merchants of the ountain anil guarantees satisfaction A mail order will receive prompt attention J A FaI1ffi tor sale5 I will sill my farm of 159 AcRlsI Consisting of about 80 acres of cleared more than half of which is in grass and the rest in good oak timber with one Good Frame Dwelling House of four rooms ana a good drilled well tf never failing water and outhouses cribs andt stables also two tenant houses There iis U Fine Vein of tho BEST COAL irom which several thousand bushels are sold each year The farm is one and one half miles from Hazel Green A good bargain can be made by applying in per son cr writing to Wai H CORD Hazel Green Ky J M WALDKCKDR Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY Solicits the patronage of the people o nasal Green and vicinity and will answer professional calls day or nhjnt Obstetricks specialty HERALD JOB BUTC t erei W i ZJr HI1 I ACANJt 1 j I OLIc f- BOURBON a r Good Liquor is free from adulteration drugs crude spirits and t other harmful ingredients This is a subject worth looking into for1 as a necessity a luxury and a pleasure a good stimulant is Import nt When you want something goodHagans Old Bourbon In Jugs I IBest California Winos 4 year old 200 per gallon I 150Ij 5 year old 225 per gallon Port per gallon 150 G year old 250 per gallonj Blackberry per gal 125 1 7 year old 275 per gallon Catawba per gallon 125 8 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0NEATLY CHEAPLY AND PROMPTLY EXECUT1uD Ar- T1U8 5 OflVI 4ND 134TiSF4CTICN GU4L1PITEED INA1IL q etAY t a tthotuaada rHare Kidney Trouble FaandDont Know it- How To Find OuLEFill a bottle or common Mass with your water and let it stand twentyfour hours a sediment or set e tling indicates an r NoteI unhealthy condlII I YI lion of the kld V neys if it stains I your linen It IsII evidence of kid ney trouble too frequent desire toIpass it or pain In the back is also convincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of orderWhat to Do I There is comfort in the knowledge so SwampRootwish in curing rheumatism pain In the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects Inability t passingItwine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its won derful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists in SOc andl1 sizes You may have a sample bottle of this dlscoveryetIIJand address Dr Kilmer Bom ot SwampRoot Co Binghamton N Y When writing men tion reading this generous offer in this paper Speaking of Hoes- I know a farmer who has used the same hoe for twentyfive yearsI and its today as bright as a new pin is as thin and sharp as a par ing knife Says ho wouldnt exchange it for any two bran new ones Secret it was always clean ed and oiled after using He be lieves in cleaning tools Cleans even his harrow teeth Keeps ma chinery and tools always housed Is using a drill that he bought 19 years ago and has had none other for his farm of 114 acres A harvester wire bindersaw ser vice for fifteen years and might have seen more had it not been smashed to atoms in a cyclone Same farmer made his sled 20 years ago Fifteen winters out of the 20 it was used for heavy hauling inI the woods Shoes were one and threefourths inches thick whenI put on and are now worn to three eighths of an inch Careful housing and immediate attention to repairs is the magic oil ho uses onI his implementsJ E in FarmI Journal Child Worth Millions My child is worth a million tome says Mrs Mary Bird of Harrisburg Pa yet I would have lost her by croup had I not pur chased a bottle of One Minute Cough Cure One Minute Cough Cure is surecoure for coughscrotip and throat and lung troubles An absolutely safe cough cure which acts immediately The youngest child can take it with entire safety The little ones like the taste and remember how often it helps- them Every family should have a bottle of One Minute CoughCure handy At this season especially it may be neededsuddenlyH Advices from Washington wouldI Senatotr t Hanna is not yet reconciled to the new administration to the extent of getting a Roosevelt hatAt lanta Journal She Wants it Published Goochs MexicanSyrup has given perfect satisfaction in my family and I want to recommend it to everyone as the best remedy for coughs colds and all lung troub les A young lady in my employ i who had been forced to quit work and who had been given up to die by her friends with consumption has by the use of Gooch Mexican Syrup been restored to health and is now at work earning her living and enjoying good health She ifr maybesome consumptiveR 0 When Grover Clevand speaksof the afflictive visitations to the democratic party he is probably talking from the standpoint of on of the visitors Chicago Record Herald t Saw Death Near It often made my heart ache I writes L C Overstreet of Elgin Tenn 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 c consumption that no medicine or earthly help could save her but a KingsNewr of this excellent medicine saved fjj fj guar an lforcoughBcolds bronchitis asthma lung4lseasesnfcJTaylore S prCamptonre+ rk c J FL WomaAis Awful PerilII There is only one your life and that is through j an operation were the startling I words heard by Mrs I BHunt of Lime Ridge Wis from her doctor I after he had vainly tried to cure her of a frightful case of trouble and yellow stomachI I stones had formed and she con stantly grew worse Then sho be gan to use Electric Hitters which I wholly cured her Its n wonder ful Stomach Liver and Kidney I II remedy Cures Dyspepsia Loss of Appetite Try it Only 50 cts Guaranteed For sale by T T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs I I it Sons Campion druggistsI I Now that ho is part owner of an i oil gusher Senator Mason will doubtless have it understood that I he will not blush for Texas under any provocation Denver Republican Bows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that eonnot be cured by Halls Ca tarrh Cure F J CHENEY Co Props Toledo 0 We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honor able in all business transactions financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm WEST it Tut AX Wholesale Drug gists Toledo 0 WAIDIXO KIXNAN it MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0- Halls Catarrh Cure ia taken in ternally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price 75c per bottle Sold by all Druggists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the best It is much too late for Mr Mac lay to attempt to assume all re Thte identity of his pals has been firm I ly established Washington Post Food Changed to Poison Putrefying food in the intestines produces effects like those of arsenic but Dr Kings New Life Pills oxpel the poisons from clogged bowels gentlyeasily but surely IrickI kidney and bowel troubles Only 25 cts at J Taylor Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sons Camptou drugstores A potshot that would bring to bag his two dearest foes Hanna and Deboe would fill former Governor Bradley a cup of joy to over flowing Louisville Times WANTED Trustworthy men and women to travel and advertise for oldestablishedlsouseof solid finan cial standing Salary 780 a year andexpenses all payable in cash No canvassing required Give references and enclose selfaddressed Mansd iI ger 355 Caxton Bldg Chicago tfIIII The public continues to be unreasonable as to insist upon reprimand of Rathbone and Neely Washington Post Henry Pieratt bought all the picture frames the agent of the Chicago Portrait Co had left over and is selling them 50 per cent cheaper than the agent sold them The number is limited and if you want oue youd better move in a hurry as they are going like hot cakes 52tf Whatever may be said against Mr Rathbono it cannot be denied that he was a liberal spender Minneapolis Tribune Nothing Else So Sure Mothers who give their little ones Mothers Worm Sprup give them the nicest tasting and most effective worm medicine made The academy at this place is in a flourishing condition in fact it is the leading school in Eastern Kentucky You cannot buy standard pianos organs buggies sewing machines clocks watches and jewelry as cheap any where else as you can andeyou will be convinced You do not have to risk your money with mail order houses tf J T GEVEDOX Mr Addicks of Delaware con tinues to be busy keeping the office from seeking the manAt lanta Constitution When you have head ache or I ueuralgia try Tnphene Sold by S S Combs Sons Campton and H F Pieratt Hazel Green tf The roads sue in bad condition and the teamsters are having a tough time of itIjToR SALE Xscholarship in the i Commercial College of Kentucky niversity By early application t this office some young man canC ave several dollars tf i I att iJH = trr ASTHMA CURE FREE Atftlimnlcne BirlHgrs xuFf not Relief and PeVJnanent Care xn tU Cameo ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL ISENT WRITE YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS PLAINLY There is nothing like ASTHMALKNE- I U theMI fnircases The Rev C F WELLS of Villa Ridge IIYEARS HI Your trial bottle of Asthma lene received In good condition I cannot you how thankful I feel for the good Jtello IrqderivedlroniitI I was a slave chained with yearsIM advertisement for the cure of this torment IIJ ing disease Asthma and thought you had 0pr8 ekes yourselves but molted to give rtt it a trialTa my astonishment the trial acted like a charm Send me a full siize ird bottle GRev Dr Morris Wechsler Rabbi of the Cong Bnai Israeli cp r I NEW YORK January 3 1901 a4 m I Dna TAFT Duos MEDICINR Co Gentlemen Your Asthmalene is an ex RINI3celleut remedy for Asthma and Hay Fever Eygand its composition alleviates all troubles which combine with Asthma Its success R6LtFis astonishing andwonderful After having 11 carefully analyzed we can state that Asthmalene contains no opium morphine chloroform or ether Very truly yours REV DR MORRIS WECHSLER 0AVON SPRINGS N Y February 1 1901 DR TAFT fliSIthf8 testimonial tested thefrom a sense of duty having Gentlemen of Asthma My wife has been wonderful effect of your Asthmalene for the cure afflicted with spasmodic asthma for the past 12 years Having exhausted my Ovn skill as well as many others chanced to see your sign upon your windows on 130th obtained bottle of Asthmalene My wife commenced1 street New York I at once imfreefromaAftersymptoms I feel that I can contently recommend the mediciue toall are afflicted with this distressing disease Yours respectfully O D PHELPS M D 0 DR TAFT BROS MED CoFebruary 5 1901 Gentlemen I was troubled with Asthma for 22 years I have tried numerous remedies but they have all failed I ran across your advertisement and started with a trial bottle I found relief at once I have since purchased your fullsize bottle and I am ever grateful I have family of four children and for six years was unable to work I am now in the best of health and am doing business everyday This testimony you can make such use of as you see fit Home address 235 Rivington street S RAPHAEL 67 Eat 129th street New York City Tiial Bottiieset Absolutely Pvee OBI Receipt fc ostaX Do not delay Write at once addressing DR TAFT BUGS MEDICIN- COMPANY J 79 East 130th Street New York City SOLD 1ST ALL BK17GCHSOPS IJ F SADLER Cog Established in 1805- COMMISSION MERCHANTS I FOIL TilE SALE OF GattIBHogssnBBD and LAMBS 1UnionSto k Yards CINCINNATI O Distance Telephone WEST 101 e Liberal cash advances made upon consignment8Jand sales guaranteed tW IaJ OB==1 ffl11To o 1 1Qi ENVELOPES NOTEHEADS BILLHEADS u LETTERHEADS SALEBILLS PROGRAMS CIRCULARS CATALOGS pILL i c c PressestExperience enables us to Court C 1 parison and Defy Competition omiius you want PRINTING Respectfully come c and i kSPENCED COOPER D If DAY HOUSE flindted rJ3attlt HAZEL GREEN KYWINCHESTER KY PresidentNCaskler 510400Gandogement will continue to maintain the high Surplus J00000reputation heretofore accorded it for homelike comforts and its culinary department Handsome deposit of 404210 The table abounds with the best the country This Bank solicits the account of merl affords and the patronage of the public u chant farmers traders and business men Kenlmekfcommercialstable in connection where hones an 01andn8lT t f fic r CftThTMfr FBESPITS 0111 OMNM000I MKO G tJUsefulU f I PresentsP tSSUsuful TWnt WHat Prams r We are Headquarters for Santa Claus We are Loaded from Cellar to Gar ret with Useful Holiday Presents i Beautiful Smoking Jackets from Alfred Benjamin Co Beautiful AquaProof Rain Coats from Alfred Benjamin Co Beautiful Bathing Robes from Alfred Benjamin 8c Co Beautiful Overcoats and Ulsters from Alfred Benjamin Co Beautiful Silk Umbrellas and Canes OUR OWN IMPORTATION Beautiful Gloves of all kinds Fownes TSSBB35a i Beautiful line of Ladies Trunks and Bags Beautiful line of Mens Leather Suit Cases Bags 1 Beautiful line of Neckwear Mufflers Suspenders 1 Night Robes Underwear Socks Handkerchiefs Genuine Macintoshes Rain Coats Etc Etc JUST THINK WHAT USEFUL PRESENTS What a Beautiful Present one of those DICK S H R Y 0 C S i SUITS made to order would be We have the largest stock in Kentucky Beautiful Boys Childrens Sweaters Beautiful Mens Caps LOUIS GUS STRAUSS THE LEADING KENTUCKY CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON KY State College of Kentucky The Agricultural and Mechanical State College of Kentucky often the following courses of study viz Agricultural Horticultural l Chemical Biological Mathematical Normal1 School Classical Mechanical Engineering Electrical Engineering Civil Engineering each of which extends over four years and leads to a degree Postgraduate courses of study are also provided leading each to a mas ters degree Each course of study is organized under u separate faculty The general faculty number more than thirty professors and instructors dorirtiturieaEfuel and lights and if they remain ten months traveling expenses The laboratories and museums are large well equipped comprehensive and modern The last Legislature appropriated 30000 for a college home for young women and a drill hall and gymnasium has been provided for men Military tactics and science are fully provided for and required by Congress Graduates from the several courses of study readily find excellent posi tions 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 I 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 BfFall Term begins September 10th 1901II W R CRAWFORD CO Live Stock Commission MerchantsF- OR THE SALE OF Cattle Hogs Sheep Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI 0 ALSO Bourbon Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY We have an Eastern outlet for all desirable stock at highest prices Consignments solicited All correspondence cheerfully answered tasteHUOHESI l I II Dengue theBetterup THE OLD RELIABLE E ELLBMT 9ENEBAL TOTJAs well as a Sure Cure for Chills and Fevers Swamp Fevers and Bilious Fevers Just what jou need at this season IT NEVER FAILS Mild Laxative Nervous Sedative Splendid Tonic Guaranteed Try It Dont take nnj substitute At Druggist Soc and i Bottles PREPARED BY COFortyproves Hughes Tonic a reUlINCORPORATEDedy for Chilli all malarial fevers LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY J FREETHE NEW YORK MONTHY WORLD TO ALL NEW SUBSCRIBERS AND ALL OLDrONES WHO RENEW IN 30 DAYS FOR THEII Hazel Green Herald By a Special Arrangement with the Publishers of the New York Monthly World we can and will until September Ily I9OI give every new subscriber and every old one who renews before t that time the NEWYORK MONTHLY WORLD as a premium I I WORLDTHE l coverJ reproduCtions artisticmaking a magazine unrivaled in the quality of its contents oftits appearanceY I Each issue contains stories of romance love adventure travel I stories of fiction and gathered i re search and interesting editorial reviews It numbers t contributorscomicpagesI befunnyI themosteyeInmatterartexpense spared It is one of the most attractive publications issued from the great city of New York It furnishes highclass and widely varied entertainment toJmany thousand readers throughout North Americatt Subscription 50 Cents a Year But F R E E to every new subscriber and allold beforeonly fl00 REGAIN YOUR EALTH WITH riithbCam I CamCl i i Lulullu =NATURES DOCTOR FORMAN IKNDI IT CURES Rheumatism Diptheria La Grippe Brights Disease Blood Poisoning Kidney Liver and Stomach Troubles Female Complaint Catarrh and General Debility j IT CURESWHEN ALL ELSE FAILS II- xx ROAD THE TESTIMONY OF TWO WELL MOWN CITIZENS OP WOLFE Mr Cooper Hazel Green Ky- I purchased some of the Vita 0re of you in the latter part of March and after taking about a halfpint of the VitasOre Elixer my nerves were as steady as when I was 16 years of age and I am now past 75 For more than a year I had been trying all the patent medicines and nostrums I could hear of to build myself up but nothing did me any good until I used Vitas Ore which my wife brought me from your house After using it a week I wentout and did three 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 BO they may try it Hoping every one who has that buyVitJDoOre I remain thankfully yours for putting on to this remedy JAMES LACY I can vouch for every word Mr Lacy says in the above I am his wife andjbought the medicine of Mr Cooper for him though I did not have much faith in it because we had tried so many tillage that did no good I have also used Vitas Ore and am stronger and in better health than for years which I attribute to its use MRS SOUTHEY LACY Lacy Creek Ky Jane 1 190- 1IVitmOre is 1 a package which makes 1 quart of Elixer DoseOne teaspoonful in glass of water Mailed to any address on receipt of price Address COOPERHAZEL