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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f x 1 ADVERTISIN Column 1 yea et RATES z60 On THE HAZEL l sBSRiPTjORATEI 1 H g 4ui II 1 1 yea yea 3i t 00t I GREEN HERALD lOne year J 2 Inches 1 pear to uo Three p i i Inch iiiiotincenients I year State and iiistrirt 7 N1 ft =Established March 4 1885 Made Famous In the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell 25 I rI + Single The date copyIIafter your name indicates 11 shouldit t 1A Town ofliccrs j100 rails on RUtJir renew 10 days before time is out and ii dates ortolitral trrite ui SsCjim M SEI ENTh EN7 II YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 0 1902 NUMBER 30ahrays give postoffice county and JS Ollitulrits Tritllli have Ji lt Jll renewing or to your changedpared jfiIlfurlll hetl same as + lit1 hut fl StINCInCOOPtIttRemittaocreshonldbemadebyM I S t 1C1 i iOwner and EditorThe Oldest Most Popular Mist Widily Circulated and Most Quoted Papere Iin the Kentuckyy ytiI PER 0 registered letter or bank draft C I 0 The 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husband tried to interest me by pointing out the chief landmarks of the great city as we drove to tho hotel he had chosen I could only give what I felt to be aghast Jly smile and try in vain to make I suitable replies Never had I hated him as I did while he was lavishing every care andattention upon me and I hated myself for hating him At last the hotel was reached And as we stepped into the hall noticeda group of gentlemen surIII rounding cases of implements connected I I with every description of I sport from guns down to tennis I rackets j and I remember iily i wondering with the strange capacity I for detail that was mine I 11 that day what some of tho things 11 I were forII j I I glanced down again while as- cendingI tho circular staircase and II met the eyes of two of the group who were looking up Isuppose that in the peculiar state ofmy nerves my hearing was prematur ally acute for I heard one say quite softly to the other A case of the newly married evidently Sho is a lovely crea ture bnt looks more like a martyr than a bride- Instinctively I glanced at my husband tosee if he also had heard and in that same moment thero was the sharp and loud report of a gun a cry the man by my side staggered groaned clutched at tho banister and ero tho smoke had cleared away had fallen heavily on the stairs In the time of commotion that followed I believe I was the calm est person present One of the group had been a doctor and it took only a few minutes for him to pronounce that William Rep ton was dead shot through the heart By tho fatal carelessness that costs so many lives one of the guns I had noticed in passing had been left accidentally loaded and had gone off in the hands of one of the party Every one was far kinder to me than I wished or needed If only they had known tho awfulsinful throb of relief that seemed like to burst my heart when my poor bridegroom was pronounced dead I The doctor telegraphed to my mother and Rob I did not want them but I knew they must come Amongst those who showed me tho greatest kindness was tho wo man whose name I have reason to bless to all time and all eternity Miss HurstMary Hurst She went with me to my room and half an hour after came a message from tho doctor Was I in a condition to see the man who had been handling th gun I He was nearly beside him self with remorse and he was the doctors brother Certainly I would see him I went to the sitting room and found tthoro the person whose words I had caught going up the stairs His face was blanched he looked years older and began at once brokenly to ask my pardon Hush l I said do not re proach yourself It was you who said I looked more like a martyr than a brido You were rightI was IIdid not marry to please myself It was only today Yo havo given me back my freedom youIr part for which some one glee is to blame It is SAd for you and for him j but it is happiness and liberty to me Yoa need not tell any- oneelseIndeed I will not he told in tense relief restoring some youth and color to his face but it iisI Li i c tj an awful thing you know to hurl a man into eternity like that And I was afraid I might havo broken your heart beside Nooh nonI Be sure of that though you may think what you like of me II I went back to my room and only saw him again at the inquest At least I determined to set his mind at rest as far as possibJeII Miss Hurst was me with the gentle tender look I was to know so well hereafter I had scarcely spoken to her before but now I said defiantly for she was trying to comfort me with words of heavenly consolation I have set his mind at rest by telling him he has done me a tre mendous kindness I hater the man I married and now I am free again free I And I dont want you to talk to me of religion I dont know anything about it and I dont care to I only know that I am a free woman again not a marriedslave 011Iof the many mirrors Miss Hurst was not so easily frightened how ever Poor girl IIII she said in a tone that suddenly disarmed mo j then why did you marry himII Because he was very richand wo were very poor I told him I didnt like him and never should Only last night I begged him to hit mo off and he would not Mother wanted me to marry him Thero was nothing to bring up the youn ger children on Rob wasnt much and I was not clever enough to make money I was good for noth ing I had only my wretched looksPoor childyou poor beauti ful child III she said not horrified at all but with tears in her eyes as she came over to me and took me in her arms so that before I know anything I too was crying the first time since the Light Muriel had pitied me Oh it is wicked of me dread fully wicked to bo so glad IIII I sobbed He loved mo far more than I deserved and thought noth ing too good for me but couldnt bear the sight or tho touch of him And oh the relief IIII Miss Hurst let me have my cry out and stayed with me till moth er and Rob came This was the hardest part of all for mother would pity me and almost the first remark Rob made was Well its a jolly good job it didnt happen till after the wed ding for I dont believe he has made a will If not of course now you will have your half Its a shame the other should go to the crown though Oh Rob how can you think about that already II I exclaimed What else should you think about Werent his shekels what you married him for Hush Rob hush I This is hardly decent I remonstrated my mother At which ho shrugged his shoulders and lit a cigarette- In the next two or thros days that followed Miss Hurst was much more to me than either my mother or brother She seemed to know feeleing and never said a word or did a thing that jarred an me The verdict at the inquest was of course accidental death duo to the carelessness of some person or persons unknown who had loft the gun loaded The fault was never traced to its real source Once after I looked on the face of the man whoso name henceforth I was to bear in the world tho face purified by the chastening touch of death And with pity in J my heart for his untimely fate I I his nominal wife and widow for I andukissed him of my own accord CONTINUED NEXT WEEK Henry Pieratt bought all the picture frames the agent of the Chicago Portrait Co had left over and is selling them 50 per rear cheaper than the agent sold them ti The number is limited and if you want one youd better move in a hurry as they are going like hot cakes 52 tf 54tflr In Memory of Hardin Hurst Hardin Hurst died at his home in Wolfe county Ky January 8 1902 aged 78 years Ho was born in Broathitt county KYI ant1 removed from there to IVolf- comity several years ago where ho I resided until his death Ho leave- a wife and the following eons and daughters Z T Hurst Win L Hurst and D B Hurst of Wolfe county S H Hurst R A Hurst and Andrew Hurst of Broathitt county His daughters are Mrs J J C Back of Jackson and Miss Esther Hurst of Wolfe county Ho was a consistent member of tho Baptist church and died in tho full triumphs of faith During his sickness it seemed that divine ministry attended him and at I the laying down of lifes burdens I there was a crown Few men haveI received better care few burdons I I have been better borne and few lives have been nobler lived I His aged wife his affectionate daughters his noble stalwart eons who as it seemed tended to lessen deaths burdens were standing as I so many ministering angels around his bed Still fato must choose courseA itsIIII reach the allotted age to t man some go beyond by reason of j obedience and some fall before Iti was his to go beyond this and in his reclining years there are thei I purest examples of heavenly grace As ho neared deaths river there were two fond daughters who increased devotion drew withII bedside and though filled grief they sought to fill deaths cup withsweetness Had it required a natural im pulse for his taking death would have failed in its mission but men must die though there lingers around this vale of living some thing of yearning some unseen monitor Yet beyond there are tho anthems of Heaven and tho glories of immortalityThose knew him best will miss him most From his earthly circle one has gone to join tho throng of tho Choir Invisible Di vine injunction in deaths relent less hand has been his taking and divine fruitage in eternal fields will be his reward Through the gloom and shadows of death woI can view the glories of immortali ty Standing today where his feet eo long have trod with his recordof youthful manhoodand tho years of age plain before usI we can only say Farewell husband father friend K K A Profitable Investment I was troubled for about seven years with my stomach and in behalf d my time says E Domick Somerville Ind I spent about 1000 and never could get any thing to help me nntil I tried Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure I have taker a few bottles andam entirely well You dont live by what you eat i but by what you digest and assim i ilate If your stomach doesnt di j gest your food you are really stan ing Kodol Dyspepsia Cure doesI the stomachs work by digesting the food You dont have to diet eat all you want Kodol Dyspep sia Cure cures all stomach troub les H F PIERATT Mrs Lena Williams who lives 2i miles from Campton in Wolfe county has found a silver mintj on her farm She has had the or analyzed and it has proved to be genuine She found a cave withI a barrel of tools and also unearthed a tinboxcontainingl500- Frenchburg News ItJw WEw- E A li1t I To ours SICK HEADACHE I HABITUAL CONSTIPATION j I and all dlnstlon They will purify your blood and mak yourcomplexion u FAIR AS A LILY They are gelatin OMUd NBCI 2t CENT = tStfd by J M Roan Hajel Green Ky I My Lungs U meeI had consumptionY I then tried itsme promptly A K Randies Nokomis Ill You forgot to buy a bot tle of Ayers Cherry Pec toral when your cold first came on so you let it run along Even now with all your hard coughing it will not disappoint you Theres a record of sixty years to fall back on doubtsiConsult your doctor If be 171 take It notILeave It with wiltingJ Mall Children Especially Liable Burns bruises and cuts are ox Comely painful and if neglected often result in blood poisoning Children are especially liable to suchmishaps because not so care As a remedy DeWitts Witch IICuI Salve is unequalled Draws the fire stops the pain soon heals the wound Beware of counterfeits Sure cure for piles De Witts Witch Hazel Salve cured my baby of eczema after two physicians gave her up writes James TheIfive dresses a day H F PlEKATT Ion Wednessday Jan 22 about miles from Martinsburg in Elliott county Dug Howard way laid and killed a Mr Toliver son of Fin Toliver of Morehead This is the fourth son with himself that has been killed and all bur ried in tho same grave yard in the last few years Officers tracked Howard to his home and arrested him and placed him in tho Elliott county jail Both men have fam ilies 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 1 have tried many remedies but Little Early Risers give best results H P PlEKATT John M Henry of the firm of Henry S Swango of Maytown has sold his farm lying on the waters of Little Blackwater to some one whose name we failed to get and is preparing to remove to Illinois Indeed he has rented a farm and sent a hand to take possession Electric Belt on Trial To introduce it andobtain agents thet undersigned firm will send a w if their Electric Belts on trial 41 j following terms 100 to Le lrd in ton days if the Belt pet t n Hial and the balance 21 rr h0 Idd in sixty days if fie licit ttieta a cure These Belts o a positi cure for Rheuma tism Neuralgia Kidney trouble Stomach mind Liver trouble Aeth ma etc Address at once GERMAN ELECTRIC AGENCY tf PO Box l874New York NY Jim Cannoy and Earny Little recently rented a farm in Coles county and subsequently Cannoy sold out his claim for 50 Earny Little however has taken poses beepays 1100 rent and shipped 19 head of horses last week part of them being the property of Mr Henry Illinois is the mecca for all our moving people Pale Puny Children If a child has a bad smelling breath if it habitually picks its nose if it is cross and nervous if it does not sleep soundlyI if it is holloweyed if it has a pale blood less complexion if it is growing thin and lifeless give it Mothers Worm Syrup and you will remove quicklyThen digestionbetter Price only 25 cents No other worm killer so effective tiitaae Ore will relieve you of all aches and pains Agents wanted Apply to or address with stamp Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky q COUNTY +I DIRECTORY CIRCUIT COURT Third Monday in January Fourth Monday in April and Third Monday in SeptemberDAVID B REDWIJTE Judge CommonwealthsAttprneyJ C C HANKS Trustee Jury Fund 0COUNTY COURT First Monday in each month JudgeWA T Comas Sheriff AttorneyISAAC I GEO W SALLEY Assessor1iJOHN CREECH FRANK SAMPLE CoronerKYMAGISTRATES I hFIRSTMagistrate No time set for holdingll courtii f fJRstable Court days First Thursday in tIHIHDI istrate HENRY C CAMPBELL Constable t Court daysMay August and November f LEGOMagistrate i ConstableCourtMarchJune 1 FIFTH k SIXTHJ N CHAMBERS DAVIDHANKSFriday in February May August Dndjj NovemberiiSEVENTH DISTRICT B F BOLIN i Magistrate PORTER CLARK Constable MarchJune r EIGHTH DISTRICEGEll i ttime1 Lexington nand Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect Oct 20 1901 11 EAST BOUND 1 i No 2 II No4 1 STATIONS Daily ex Daily ex rj Sunday SundayYi i f1LexingtonWinchester 2 55 pm 8 25 am J LiiEJuncnj 3 07 pm 8 37 am l Clay City 3 40 pm 9 13 amidNatBridgeTorrent 4 34 pm 10 08 am 1J rJI 1j WEST BOUND 1 Nol t No3 t STATIONS Daily exjDuily n 3 I Sunday j Sunday L tYJacksonlTorrenNat 2 52pm 1 Bridge 8 01 am pmClayLEJuncn 910am 413 pm pmLexington cJ1 J It BARR Genl Manager 0 CHAS SCOTT Gen Paw Agent l T It MORGAN 8 P AljL011ISVILLI1 TIN AND STOVE COMPANY Jobbers and Dealers in STOZIEIS iR Japaned and Tinware cu LU0ISVILLss KY DILLER + BENNETTr WHOLESALES FURNITURE a The Largest Exclusive 527 W Hail St Wholesale Furniture Dealer in the South Louisville Kj JJfl8Hoitl6woriliBo eManufacturers and Jobbers of I MENS BOYS CHILDRENSClOTHINCI 607 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY REH BEVERSON CO 1 WBOIiBSAB s 11 L 8ADDItEY 508612 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KYofWantea6ODD Run h TO EIqY a = Te re8tllr8 gPants J to S T11 2IZzT I j iH rt SOLE DilllLBI em HL GREEN KY ji f r f THE HEBJLLD I u s I 11 t it J SPENCER COOPER Editor l 41 t 1 I HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY February 0 1902 i SENATOR lomax who iisI 11 one of the ablest international1I lawyers in congress S lYS the t Panama Canal Company can not deliver the goods it ha- r ottered to sell That wouldl be enough for us even if w lieby I I I i CuiNAstillhasinoney enough left to employ prominent 1e1I 1 IlgainstjChina i ton but the money is thrownI11I Congressaway may many foolish things but this is one of the things it dare not doI DOLE is now doleful as he is to be succeeded as governor i lnrkeriExQueen Liliuokalani has evidently not spent the winter in ashington for nothing Parker was her prime min1 Irl tr 5 ister when she was deposed Oust republican friends nec I i not rejoice so much ov Schleys declaration that Ii Cl wants no civil office He has5 1 never turned a deaf ear to tl callof duty and it nay b- tt come his imperative duty t hold a high civil office THE contrast between the coM reception given the PrinceJ of Wales in Germany his cousins empire and that be- ingi3 prepared for Prince Hen- ry3t in this republic is markedl Theres a lesson in it too DEMOCRATIC members ofl the house have shown that they had more sense than the republicans gave them eyed l for by declining to assist in electing republican majority of the next house INSTEAD of joining the 1pro- cession of toadies the Polish1 Americans of Chicago have tl meetIingsmanys treatment of the natives in Prussian Poland f GEE WHIZ All the men iin the vicinity of Wellesley willI j have to take to the woods on the first of May as there willI be a debate on that day be tween the students of Vassar r and Wellesley colleges- PffILADELpIfIA has the ner viest club on earth Eight of its members attempted to cen sor the dressing of the girls at a clubdance and have accumulated trouble enough to last them a year AXEWSPAPER headline says k of the head of the steel trust i Schwab is a lion in Berlin II I wons1l derfullas he is regarded a- r r quite another sort of animall at homey r THE people of this Countr would like nothing better than to see the threatened fight t01i i Pierpont1organs railroads TILE Panama lobby seems ittvo been encouraged b- poraryrsutteIJl en Vash mgton to sWe moneyonpress M THE democrats are in a minority in the senate but i they didnt have much trouble in forcing that Philippine in estiationsTEDDYIIXG tile Cll inotllI seems to have been tempo rarity suspended but will t illliII early day I SOMEHOW the Roosevelt J machineI isnt growing as rap idlY18 it was Its cogs are getting clogged with official j pie j DEMOCRATIC senators are making some good speeches I with the Philippine tariff billI for a texts DRFENNERS GOLDEN RELIEF voleesSPRAINS RONCHITI5 ISTINGS SORETHigAT- I mlLS INSIDE OR OUT DIARRMd- ADnigottts NELRAL4IA in 1 to 8 minutes 25eG0ett Suit by II FPieratt Hazel Green Ky TOM HORNS CONFESSION Of the Murder of Willie Nickell1l and Others Many of our renders will ro member that Willie Nickell a son of Kelso P Nickell of Wyoming and brother of Kolse Nickoll a I student at Hazel Green academy r was shot and killed while riding I the fencelino of his fathers ranch j last August Kelse the student has handed us several clippings from Cheyenne Wg papers in eluding the confession of one To Horn a cattle detective in the employe of John C Coble n mil lionairo ranchman who cool I tells of the murder of Nickell and receivedigd s rto be that Coble et al are anxious to get possession of Mr Nickel 1 grazing ground and hired Horne to effect his departure so confessionCI 1 1 ownoIi mother for 10 cents justly due I him The confession I publiehIsjout till mountains rejoice to know ithat his sons murderer is likely 11to get his just deserts paperslo revelationsmadontChoyenne- I yesterday afternoon in the preliminary I trial of the notorious Tom Horn are astonishing and grne some If the statements presented by seemingly reputable wit grimlconspiracy then Horn is one of the blackest rascals unhung Wyoming has been terrorized by bands of reckless knaves for a longtime but in the doings reportedI during recent years few are darker or more treacherous than the stories reported to have been told by Horn in his alleged confession The cattle companies of our sis ter state are all powerful They have assumed a supreme dictator ship over their vast domains andl largolyIA mere suspicion has fequeutly been the cause of shameful out rage The cattle owners have doubtless I suffered much from thievery onI the part of the rustlers and it iis probable too that dishonest ranch men have taken wandering cots theirIof late years have been extremely watchful They have spotted the ranchers When they could make a case against then well andl good When they could not but merely suspected thievery they took the law into their own hands and drove tho presumed offenders out of the country This appears to have been th- thriftsr ranchman was suspected of hav ing two or three head of stock that did not belong to him There susY away eI man refused to go Theo a seriesI iof persecuting practices began HeI was threatened cajoled bulldosed but ho remained firm in his deter mination to remain in the coon try persisting that he had n stock that was not actually his own 3Ten the gun was brought into play Nickoll was shot at and on twa occasions narrowly escaped de thoThen his little 14yearold boy Willie was cruelly murdered it is said by Horn Officials of the immediate country aided by the federal government took the matter up and hunted the assassin down Horn was capturedand taken to the Cheyenne jail It was felt he never would be convicted no matter how strong the evidence was as the great cattle companies were behind him and all the money necessary and influence that usually prevails would be brought to bear to effect his release The other side i seems cognizant of this fact de termined to fight firo with firo and through shrewd management and the presence of a supposed friend of Horns and in tho con fidence of tho cattle barons se cured from that monster a full confession not only of this par ticular crime but of several oth ersTho revelation is one of tho most startling in the history of our western country It is likely reveal a condition of affairs that will fully awaken public indigna tion and put an end to n system a dictatorship on the part of the cattle barons that has been cruel t inhuman and far beyond the pale of the law As for Tom Horn the gallows will be his just deserts and that ho is likely to secure should he escape the almost righteous indig nation of the vigilantes i Sr If yon fail to get THE IP HERALD next week it will be because shipment fails to reach us though now en route 5We hope it will come to hand and correspondents are requested to usualmPileine Cures Piles I YlloncY refunded if it ever fails A Railroad Meeting- At a meeting of the citizens of Hazel Green held at John Roses- s store on Saturday evening last John M Rose was called to the MizetSpencer Cooper was made sec rotary Several little talks were made andsSpencer Cooper after which WO Mize moved that the chairman appoint a committee to solicit the right ofway tc which was promptly seconded and the chair appointed II F Pieratt Geo W Wheeler Thos Amyx John B Hollon and James Wilson to secure the right of way and stock payable in ties Squire John D Rose said ho would give 500 ties and John M Rose said he would give the ground 11for depot power house Se The committee was requested to report as early as possible The chair also appointed com officialsIProf W H Cord W O Mizo and Spencer Cooper being named 1On motion the meeting adjourn ed to meet on call of the chairman J M ROSE Chair SPENCER COOPER Secy Beep It In Your watt lAnd when the bowels fail to sat prop erly take a dose of LYONS LAXATIVB SYRUP It acts gently but effectually on the kidneys liver and bowels will keep your system in good working order and wake your complexion clear Sold by J C Stamper Grassy Creek G W Dennis of Menefee last weeksold a part of his farm to B F Peck and Judge Wheeler just finished surveying it The prices was 550 per acre and the land lies in the Osborn bend Dennis removed to Wellington Fore8c in stamps you can get a free trial of Wilsons Tobacco Cure Has cured thousands CORY WILSON Calvert Texas- tiYANTEnTrustworthy men and women to travel and advertise fore old established house of solid finan cial standing Salary 780 a year and expenses all payable in cash No canvassing required Give refer ences and enclose 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for Chills all malarial fevcw LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY WANTeIRj in thin vicinity HUt is a good op portunity for the right man Kindly give good reference when writing The A T Morris Wholesale House CINCINNATI O 9Illustrated catalogue Ie stamps OOOOOOOOOOO EVERY PAIR OF TIGER 4 PANTS 8Made Perfect in Fit Full in Seat al llo8 Leg and Will Sot Hip 0 STAG SHIRTS 8 g Are Better Goods Better Made and o o Better Style Than Any Other g For Sale by J Taylor Day 8 g HAZEL GREEN KY 0oooooooooooooooooooooooooo H G ROBINSON BEATTYVILLE KY General Salesman for R M HUGHES CO LOUISVILLE KY Manufacturers of HighGrade VLnegar fJidcrSolicits orders from the merchants of the mountains and guarantees ttatisfuetion A wail order will receive prompt attention Silver WganaottB Eggs I have for sale now Silver Wyandotte Eggs at 100 for 13 These Are Thoroughbred Buy a setting raise some THOROUGHBRED CHICKENS and you will be no longer satisfied with the COMMON STOCK First call first served ROBERT L CORD 33 Hazel Green K- pMENDELWEiNSTOCK CO HATSe87629 LOUISVILLE KY fs tfI t fci Established in 1865 COMMISSION MERCHANTS Ion Tm SALE O- FGaIellosSkeo and LAMBS WFORD LOUISVILLE 91 A 10CENT V toyocant 1 ossilIYbe ATOllIIIII A 81000 WATCH I is just a hundred timesII better J61Stf pin and see that CroldFllhds Watch were selling at I 1000 t We have others lower and higher priced i FRED JJI HEINTZi i Manufacturing Jeweer I East Main Ht near Postofljce LEXINGTON KY I 1KOI EXPERIENCE t 1 MARltltlDE8ICN8 Anyone sends Uta1quickly l laprobablyoonadentlLLOldeasaeencforaecuringpatenialit I Ili a ton once Spec4lnoucelpthero bumhlb recetre SAMERICANSI daoroenullel1urnil weeklytermatama 7sari 8oo1t ex 1Ariirreaenetree CIOPIND4 Mdrea p MUNN et CO If1 JBittUwmy ROW Ypltr Y y Cheapest Store On Earth Qnilily of Goods Considered n HE PIERATT r DFALKU IX t tI1t tr1 g M 1 j It Live Stock Country Produce LIVERY AND FEED STABLE Horses uncles Buggies tic for hire at all tines and charges reasonable c LU1WBER N Rough Dressedand Tongue and Grooved All kinds for sale 150000 feetyet to dispose of at living prices TA ES y l jfiM0BfeAll outstanding taxes must be settlednow p f or levy will be lIladas 1 have onlyuntil January 1 1002 to snake settlement in full Dont lelayor it you1ulu PIER- ATTHOLIDAYSWGOODS SANTA GLAUS need ing a large store in which he can show his goods to advantage hit the nail on the head when he selected J T Days for headquarters He will have there the most wonderful lot of toys and jimcracks ever seen in Hazel Green Fancy Candies Toys Dolls old everything pretty will be found there in profusion and all new and cheapso cheep that everybody may buy SIGHT IS GOODantI jou arc invited to look before you l- eaptgCORN50 Cecil Bros will pay 60 Cents a Bushel in trade Call at once THe Mstnas Bells ire EinoN singing because at A THE DAY MILLINERY may be found everything in style On our bells are pic tured other bells whose beauty can only be enhanced by a stylish hat from this bazar of fashion where may be had all the wraps Jackets ete Everything at the lowest prices nunlitJconsidersd II I have a nice lot of clothing which I intend thislineOIICejCS OESO Ihaveproportion Remember this is for CASH ONLY t J WIo1i ROSE y THE PEOPLES FRIEND BIIZELIIIIENIICJIIJEJIIINORMAL G IINORllAL 00 present term began September 8 oftheThe Second Session begins JANUARY II1902 antiWOUlcn bentii Tuition 1200 for 38 Week Board i00 per Week i zPerW U CORD Principal If R L K- M1 b tiCatarrh Is a constitutional disease It originates in a scrofulous condition of the blood and depends on that condition It often causes headache and dizziness Impairs the taste smelt mill hearing nf fccts the vocal organs disturbs the stom h It Is always radically and permanently cored by the bloodpurifying alterative and tonic action of Hoods Sarsaparilla This great medicine has wrought the most wonderful cures of all diseases depending on scrofula or the scrofulous habit UOODS TILLS are the belt c thank t R x THE HEHALD it ttiBrown sugar 20 pounds for 100 at Cecil Bros iThe last grand jury in Wolfe I circuit court returned 91 indict mentsIi f rendered for the killing of Elkana Smith Born to the wife of Rev H E Dunnegan of Lee City a boy jjnamed Amos R r Prof Cord availed of the present freeze and filled his ice house with nice 0inch ice Until further notice the Day Roller Mill will grind corn for onetenth toll i w The Dewey Hotel at Lee City has changed hands Wm Buck j ner of Carter county in now munI ager HUMORS boils pimples and all arc due to impure blood i and by purifying the bloom with Hoods SarsaparilLi they are CUREDY 4 Born to the wife of Riley Taul j bee of Stone Coal Fork of Grassy an infant child Sunday last and died the same night I John Sewell and Miss Mary j j IIz Tyra and Meredith Brewer and Iwidow Martha Brewer were married on Holly last week l Mrs F N Day kindly requests 3those who owe the Day Millinery to come in and settle at once as a J friend in need is a friend indeed A Mrs R J McLin has the thanks of the editor and better seven eighths for a fine mess of very ex cellent kraut sent usone aay last I week Send 35c and get a free trial off Wilsons Morphine Cure tested for 14 years and always successful Send to COUP WILSON t Calvert Texas Call on MM F K Day for bar l gains as she is closing out every thing in the winter line at cost j for cash largoe spring stock Joe Garver of Illinois will be 5 here today and wants to buy a car ff loadof mules from 4 to 8 year old suitable for plowing See him + sell to him aud pay upyour sub a scription f Marion Gibbs a son of Hollis Gibbs of Gillmore creek is dan- gerouslY ill with pneumonia and his attending physician Dr Center thinks there is small hope for his recovery f Brit Stricklin who has been Indiant for some time returned to his home at Lee City on Friday accompanied by his bride whom h married in Indiana Bruce Lewis of Grassy creek and Miss Haney Rose of Lee City and Burns Rose of Lee City and Miss 5 Maude Hollou of Campion were t married last week The bride iin s the last case is a daughter of Buck Hollon This week brought us two letters r from Lee Cityone from Cow Boy and the other from Red Jacket But as both were length and each contained items duplicated in the other we concluded to make locals of them t Just five subscriptions to Sunny i South left Remember the first fi who pay up and renew for on year or who subscribe for TilE fe HERALD will get this great southern literary journal free for one servedwThee are not many physicians jj who believe in hypnotism but Dr S Ira Proffit of this county we un- derstandf jftr is a firm believer in the art and to prove its efficacy tells 11astoryi of his personal experience r which is proof positive to all who buve heard it was received hero on Mon I INews t J sometthat Will Cecil of Cedar time since as being convalescent i had two weeks ago met with a ra I lapse since which he has beenI dangerously ill A girl his father and mother was raising died tt it I the same disease typhoid fever and no help can bo had at any price His wife nee Lillian Ev ans is broken down with constant watching at her husbands bed I lestIVn was summoned to attend Mr Cecil anti his friends here hope to hear thata itIsympathy of many friend in this trying hour who all hope that the sun may again dispell the gloomI that now hovers around her Mrs Mary Nickell formerly ofI this place but now matron of theI reform school at Groendale nearI exington came near choking to deathabout two weeks since She ate some pork sausage in which j was a small bono that lodged iin her throat She was taken sick andl was hurried to Lexington to have the bone extracted Sho vomited I all the way en route and the pain was so severe that the skin of the upper part of the face turned blarkI ere the doctor got the bone which was some five or six inches below the tonsils Her pain tensed and j her face has cleared up but it was a narrow esc- apeCASTOR IIAm For Infants and Childrenc The Kind You Nero Always Boughtf j Bears the- Signature Vi La of C 7 Z I John Adams a former citizen of c YearIa iin the railway mail service with a run to Huntington W V is now I running the route to Jackson from Lexington with every other week off at his homo in Lexington Mr Adams is an expert mail tier and people along the line of the L E railroad may be assured that all mail will bo carefully handled by Mr Adams TO TilE DEAF A sick lady cured of her deafness andJ noises in the head by Dr Nicholson Artificial Ear Drums gave 10000 to hit Institute so that dear people unable to procure the Ear Drums may have them free Add res No I486 The NicholsonI Institute 780 Eighth Avenue NtwYork 11 YIMrs Lou Day a few days since j receivedn letter from A A San pie who married her sisterinlaw Ellen Day and moved to Texas some 25 years ago where he is now doing well Ho says corn isII selling at 125 per bushel in h lathet neighborhood Tho letter referred to was the first heard from him i 10II 20 yearscI HOMECHILD Does your horse feel hisI oats What a difference be tween the grainfed and the grassfed horseI The first strongand full of ginger the second flabby weak and tir eout before he begins TheI feedingmakes the difference Children are not alike either One is rosy brighteyed fut of life and laughter another pale weak and dull The iccdI ing again is responsible Sickly children need specia J feeding They dont feel the lj oats Scotts Emulsion adjust dfItoi the right richness to thei diet It is like grain to t horse The child gets new appetite and strong digestion Scotts Emulsion is more than food It is a stro dvtheain ones and red blood into pale ones It makes children gro Scotts Emulsion makes or nary food do This picture represents the Trade Mark of Scotts Emulsion and is on the wrapper of every bottle feat for fret Mwp- USCOTTABOWNE 409 Fail St New York- 50c I and fi all dnaaPtaI Aronii the PtiWift Uicle ButThe reader may make up hisI mind to bo pleasantly overwhelm ed by the opulence and vivacity of Around the Pan published by the Nutshell Publishing Company Yorkhbegin the frontispiece picture of President Me Kinley drawn in single line beginning at a point on the cheek bone and going round and round in a constantly widening circle withwaverings and downbeariuga of the pen in the proper places to eeecurodetachnlentandshadiagWare sidered the most unique work of kind in the world and if there aro degrees of uniqueness we are willing to believe that this is most the thing of which there are no duplicates Of course there is text in addition to the pictures and we should be surprised indeed to hear from any purchaser the opinion that he had not got his worth 2lX Little Tom Pieratt has beon on the sick list this week and the at tending physician Dr Nickell knowing that his patient abhorred medicine administered dose ii- a in capsule After the lapse of a minute or so the doctor asked iif ho had swallowed the dose Tom answered with an affirmative nod which ho emphasized by repeating The doctor was suspicous and he took Tom by the nose with thumb and finger to satisfy himself putting the other hand on his throat when the capsule shot from Tom mouth and hit the ceiling with as much force as though shot from catapult But Tom took the medicine alleo samee Robt J McLin who has been a junketing tour for the past few weeks during which time he visited his old home in Virginia Louis villoand Lexington Torrent Jackson Lee City and Frozen creek returned homo Tuesday feeliA very much improved by the roe he obtained kForthe Sake of Fun 3lischfet ila vast amount of mischief done too because people neglect to keep their blood This mischief fortunately may be undone by the faithful use of Hoods Saraaparlll Hoods Pills cure liver ills Jfonlrritatinjr Wick Maloney of Frozen creek was caught by a set screw on a pull y jin the sawmill at Hampton station and had all his clothing torn off during several revolutions he made He was then thrown some 30 feet and was picked up badly bruised from his fast ride and the fall Dr Carroll says he will getawell While bringing the mail from Torrent to Campton Willie Drake the carrier was fired at five times by a man named Spencer one shots going through Drakes clothes A posse is looking forto him The above is a Campion dispatch in a Lexington paperi and it is not known whether the shooter was apprehended Wm Clear and Miss Martha Elam were married recently and while the honey moon was waning it was discovered that the marriage was illegal The groom having secured his license in jBreathitt and the ceremony hav- ingi been pronounced in Wolfe To Jright the matter the couple crossed into Brnathitt and were remarriedj in proper form weeek mentioned as having rented a 200 acre farm near Ashmore Ill rnE partnership with his brother Ells worth left on Tuesday morning I for his new home and with him itgoesI the best wishes of his friend for pleasure and prosperity In last weeks issue of THE HERALD I find that the mont for Lacy creek fur Bro Har Murphjrs meeting reads f Thursday night 28th instead of 0thhtourstrulyS TAULBEE The young ladies of Judge Hamp tons household built a fire in a repairedllto m pany when the bed room was discovered to be on fire and on ladty108 gdiitsDob Higgins colored going to his door a few nights ago to asc tain why his dogs were barking was fired upon four times But he dont know whether they were practicing their marksmanship or trying to perpetrate murder THE HERALD and Monthly World one dollar a year in advance A Cui Fellowdemocrate of Wolfe coun ty having been solicited by many ofmy friends to make the next race for assessor of this county I and having served the people iinI that capacity for the short term oft three years as that lenght of time jnstthoronghlpecquaiatedmewit h the duties of the office I have an anxiety in being reelected again As it has been customary in this county if an official does his duty to give him a second term As for my past record the people can judge for themselves I wish to say that at the proper time I will1 make my announcement through THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD subject to the action of the democratic party Hoping to merit the confidence and support of the voters of Wolfe county I remain yours truly JEFF M ROSE CostlpatloaHpPeaeaaltotateandypefallyharmhwunrierallctctunsttnee r Sold by J C Stamper Grassy Creek COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0T- oinsure iOllertioft ALt corns byMondaythat nearby on Monday morniaY Oar correspondents are derelict in duty and we want to sty that henceforth they will not receive papers except for the week they hue news letters We are dependent npon them for the news and when they fail to send in their favors they put us to great inconvenience aSWAN30 SPRINGS SAYINGS Rush Swango was at Helechwah weeksLast week was a fair specimen o i tIt winter clad in her costliest robes j Lanford Craft of the Heights was with us on business Saturday Benj Murphy of Grassy passed I through Sunday with a nice bunch of cattle I PublicSgnareggave this place a short call Thurs tdaYJames I Lanturn of Torrent was visiting his fatherinlaw Newton I weeLe I I D B May is at White Oak and j Cannel City this week selling oils mill fixtures etc I There has boon a disease among jii i the hogs of this vicinity for the j I last1 six weeks and seems to center on those of Harmon Swango as he has lost fourteen each one- weighivg from 75 to 100 Ibs J H Lotton of Millersburg was pleasant visitor at the SNaug- Housej part of last week He is an I agent for the Rittenhouse mine I having sold ten car loads lasti month He tells us they loaded i I thofmine on Monday which he shipped PartsFeb UNO STILLWATER SPARKLES Our friend Morton Rose was in town Sunday Mrs Lee Taylor is on the sick 1 list at this writing Curtis Haulsey and wife of Landsaw were visiting at J M Taylors Sunday Miss Mary E Taylor who bas been sick for several months iis very ill at this time In glancing over last weeks paper we were indeed sorry to find that Sunshine was not there B Bowman of May town passed this section last countyII shell have returned home fro Hazel Green Miss Rosie is very much improved in health eFeb 4 PRESTO orLANE LILIES News is a little bit scattering this weekGeorge King has been on th sick list for a number of days Sam J Elkins and Tom I of Campton spent Saturday an Sunday with their parents at Lane eI CarotinlySewe111eftSundaY to enter at Campton We will miss them from the family circle but wish them success in their school work erThe double wedding at G W Tyras last week was quite a surprise lathe most of us The contracting parties were J J Sewell and Mrs+ Mary Tyra Meredith Brewer and Mrs Martha Tyra BrewerFeb 8 ELINOB Breathitt News Within one months time there have been four men killed iin Breathitt county Felix Bullock was killed near Jackson on Christ mas day and three other men j t f Bud Allen Granville Prater andI Elkana Smith were killed during last week These killings total1 I some oldtime days when Breathitt was foremost as a bloody ground there is a difference between those days and the present Feuds between I factions which were long and almost unending were the cause ofso many killings then but recently there Jwero no feuds but owing to the resulting infiu once ofso many blind tigers existing in this county The life of friends is not safe in the hands of friends when under such influ antes This does not speak tor the gen eral morality of the county nor 1 for the will of the people but owing to a lack of execution of th law such is being carried on There is a promise however of better times and more pacific re lations between the people of theJ county and a prospect that Breath itt county will in the near future assume a position among the lu abiding counties of the state MACK FKVE For Sale One Fay No8six roll 8 inch lightning fleeter with beading at tachment One Fay carriage cut ting off saw F BUSH SON Lexington Ky Several divorces were granted n the recent term of Wolfe circai- Ecourt including that of A Rc Graham which has long beenI pending MOTHERHOOD I AmerI ThejwithI ori regulate derangements that pre vent conception does prevent miscarriage does restore weak functions and shattered nerves and does bring babies to homes barren and desolate for years Wine of Cardul gives women the healo thy children You can get a dollar bottle of Wino of Canlui from your dea- lerW1NECARDUI IB Market Street 1411ebottleofWineofThedfordsadbeenmarriedgiven birth to a child until r took Wine afnebabyThe baby weigh fourteen pounds and I teemNowrw1Ubohouseagain II1T1DcptoIkpuytneatbmpay flourI flourt 4 flour S LI S lI1 SSJLT ROBERT P RASH f PRICESIIIjis wholesale dealer in FLOUR SALT and solicits the patronage of the merchants of the mountains legitimateocompetitionCall r write me before buy KAS1IIKydYour Tongue IIf its coated your stomach ofoforder Ayers Pills will clean your tongue cure your dys pepsia make your liver right Easy to take easy to operate 2Sc AM drulstllw- anJourmoUItacbe or beard a known or rich black T Then we BUCKIIIQHAIS DYE tq belltlfulII su a caPeWen e tw n GET VIQURXOTIIByudDBCtslosyne + Saie iIulaa4J rUU4 at MJULAXD = wWi jj HACAN 1 t 0 BOURBON Good Liquor is free from adul r teration drugs crude spirits and j other harmful ingredients This is a subject worth looking into for as a necessity a luxury and a plea ito a ant When you want something good send us your orders Hagans Old Bourbon In Jngs Best California Wines 4 year old 200 per gallon Sherry per gallon 150 150w lG year old 250 per gallon Blackberry per gal 125 7 year old 275 per gallon Catawba per gallon 125 ii- b year old 300 per gallon Kelly Island Wines 10 Year Old in Bottles Plain Box Sherry per gallon 125 1 4 Quarts 300 Port per gallon 125i6 Quarts 450 Blackberry per gallon 100 12 Quarts 900 Catawba per gallon 100 CHARGESt 1a Send P O Il JLetterJ HAGAN DISTILLING CO LEXINGTON KY Ij =Il =Y = = == 4= I t ffijjiMil f J iijinot a decoction ofchemicals but of course it is new and under proof ffiI I l IIJI J Our Mountain Dew s yearold whiskey isa lilll1i joy It is attn I ially produced by honest Tar nests in the Jlountain Section of ti C by the t 1 i1l flltllimeI hand Every drop is boile1oer furnace Ood fires m mumMI way our srnmlJ V fathers a century ago First rite whiskey is sold at fj and Id per gallon butCnot any better than Mountain Dew It is the best in the world and must a 11 J1J1is every customer or we will buy it back for Gold and the Peoples V l J1 j Bank of Winston X C will tell you our guarantee is good To IJJ more fully introduce Mountain Dew we offer either three or five gallons il l i IttJJt the usual price viz 215 per gal Express prepaia to nil regular customers fftifnTlJy1 I 111I Main Olfices Warehouses Nos 104546 Liberty 1 3 4 5 Maple St dtf1f rlL v Ar = d i t a MONTH aillIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIcThe Only High Class CONTAINS THE FOLLOWING 1 SJr1onthly Tid Bita a Year in the aPopular Science Amateur Photography All the Comforts of Home The Family World 11 dA OpLawyer Department of Health The Editors Half Holiday The Quiz Club iflxtitn Pages Four Columns to tilt prize question department The Old Cur d Pole iotity Shop Sports Games tad Pastime Home Study The Coming Generation Every page Magazine in Itself each The Pleat Thousand and What to Do 5how5 Con and entertainment Work la DoneiSiapl Copy for lh JUUng jtddrtss GOOD TIMES Columbus O 11Lbe above magazine free for G months to now Herald subscribers 01 e s r r e r attMo 0 0 0 003fientuchys I Greatest 1i Newspaper Dally Ono Year 3l2 Copisa BY MAIL it a rate t 4ir LESS THAN 1c UAYL itM10tojThe BIKznt Brlablest and seat Piper In UleSoatblro ld pages dally20 and 24 plau on Satardy ii SOMETHING FREE I and A Copy incydopedl of the Worlds 190Z Ahaane edition i lt of OYer 600 plJres FREE to all undlnJr In tllalr sbeCtIDUoa for ItODe Year bsisr April 1 1902 ttRATES BY r1A1L ONLYSiiWewW 6 nontha 2 3 floatbs 125 One MoatllllDCo be Jrla4 to send apl coplea on ppllcatlon THE EVENING POST LOUISVILLE KYt tirti ii ii VJr tit rettt Ott- p p i 1 k OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 0 4 0NEATLY CHEAPLY AND- PlWMPIJlYEXEOUTEDAT f IHIS OFFIC AND SATI9kAVrI0N 4UdttAatTEEAIMALL C153- H A rthr 4 ji rc- ff i 1 t- K 7II t t s OverWork Weakens I4 Your Kidneys e i Cikealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood I All the blood In your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes Mp rt yourbloodr ter cut the waste or IUJ impurities in the blood If they are sick or ou l of order they fail to do e V their work I Pains aches and rheu mattsm come from ex cess of uric acid in thmd neglectekidneyKidney trouble causes quick or unsteady Stheys overworking in pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries It used to be considered that only troubles were to be traced to the urinaryII nearlktY all constitutional diseases have their beginning j i In kidney trouble i If you are sick you can make no mistake i t t by first doctoring your kidneys The mi I I and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmer SwampRoot the great kidney remedy soon realized It stands the highest for i s wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and Is sold on Its merits ftX7V ticentby all druggists In fifty I es You may have a sample bottle by mail Home or stramp Root II free also pamphlet telling you how to find out If you have kidney or bladder troubleI i Mention this paper when writing Dr 8e Co Binghamton N Y Men Love PettingcLet me whisper a word in your ear little wife whoso husband is beginning to like to spend evenings elsewhere than at horn e Men like to bo made much of It is a part of thou natures I ha seen the strongest intellects comedown to the level of a child seen the little wife of a far famed physician pot and fondle her big hU- Sband as she did her boy and his proud nature enjoyed the petting ttt and seemed happier for it titan all wtI I t worldt i I Put up your fancy work or t- heto old stocking you are darning a- I t run your fingers through your hus bands hair until the magnetism of your touch has soothed him and i ho is ready to lean back and listen1 I upIprecintel his homo paper Aftor a wli you can coax him to read to y and then you can embroider the table scarf or darn the stockings3j R E Merry man in Sunny Soul CuredIby local applications as they c anI= not roach the diseased portion of the ear There is only otto way cure deafness and that is by coni stitutional remedies Deafness is s caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustach ian Tube When this tube gets in i flamed you have a rumbling sou or imperfect hearing andwhen it closed deafness is theI Iisentirely result and unless tho inilam can be taken out and to its normal ctinsI f fmallon hearing will be destr I j nine cases out ofj I ten are caused by catarrh which iis nothing but an i tion of the mucousintlumedcondiI I I We will give of deafness caused by catarrhl that can not be cured by Halls circulaIj rs II I CQIO 1s j Family Pills are the best Caleb Kash of Maytown otherwise Little Doc has sold I I farm to John Terry Crane 1800 The farm contains 100rII r r racres and lies close to Maytown y t Child Worth Millions My child is worth a million toiI me says Mrs Mary Bird of Ho risburg Pa yet I would have lost her by croup had I not purchased a bottle of One MinuteI i j Cough Cure One Minute Cough j j Cure is surecoure forc9ughscroupI II and throat and lung troubles AnIi absolutely safe cough cure which acts immediately The youngest child can take it with entire safe ty Tho little ones likq the taste j Ic and remomb6r how often it helped them Every family shpuld have CurehandyI st it may be needed suddenly k H F PIERATT I t W W Snyderrepresen ting Cole man Bros clothiers Louisville f was the guest of Charley Cecil forf Miaday or two last week being cut off by the high waters rBucklens Arnica Salvo t The boat and most famous com a pound in the world to conquer H aches and kill pains Cures cuts d3 r heals burns and bruises subdues I Inflammation masters piles lIil11 lions of boxes Boldjyearly Wor haFeltwonders I felonakins I 20 cteat J Taylor Cures D r no pay Green y Ilaz rI atai I Saved Her Childs Life j Olin three weeks our chubby lit ttie boy was changed by Pneumonia almost to a skeleton writes Div W Watkins of Pleasant City 0 A terrible cough set in that i spite of a good doctors treatment for several weeks grow worse ever r Ringtg New Discovery for Consumption I and our darling was soon sound and well We are sure this gran medicine saved his life Millions know its tho only sure care forIIIj coughs colds and nil lung diseases HazollGreenl J Campton drug stores Guarantee satisfaction Wconts and 100 Trial bottlos freo Jim Howard Goes Up For Life cold fs1 I sOguilty r cuit court and his punishment fixed nt life imprisonment in theI Frankfort penitentiary Tho case was stubbornly fought for the de fense their main ground being I alibi but this was broken down and ho went to his doom Eight speeches were delivered pro and I on but tho evidence for the prosI ecution was preponderons j h15A Legacy of The Grip JI Is often a rundown syste Weakness nervousness lack of ap1 wire i disordered liver and kidneys often j I follow an attack of this wretched diseaio The greatest need then j is Electric Bitters tho plan I tonic blood purifier anti regulator Iof Stomach Liver and Kidneys Thousands have proved that they strengthen the nerves build up the system anti rest health and good spirits after anI attack of grip If suffering tryt them Only 50 cts Satiafucti guaranteed For sale bJ T Day Hazell Green or S S Combs Sons Campton druggists Jim Little who recently soldII Ihis farm to Lilburn Graham 1 has farmlei near Kzel George Halsoys farm ouontaining about 10Ij Millions Put to Work 11Tho I wonderful activity of is shown by nu enor mous demand for the worlds best worksDr Kings New Lifo Pills i headact0biliousness or any trouble of stom aces liver or kidneys theyre tin rivaled Only 25c per box bv J r Day Hazell Green or S S Combs I I it Sous Campton 11Courtney Combs came over fromI Campton Friday to repair the t phone box at this place which has boon out of fix for sometime II A Danger SignalI 1You have got a cough and you worry Dont you know a ough is something teriible It lleads to consumption sad con thousnndsIIf e Syrup o other remedy so nice to take The indictment against 1Vil- j 1 1the perjuryIf in the Montgomery circuit colt i was dismissed at the recent terms of that court Frenchburg News WANTED Trustworthy men and women to travel and advertise Ifor old established housoof solid fin cial standing Salary 780 a year and expenses all payable in cash tfo canvassing required Give ref rcotes and enclose selfaddressed I tamped envelope Address Mal II Igor 355 Caxton Bldg Chicago rf tfII I j It will require a wide loop for i IIthe naval clique to get around Son ator Mason Baltimore American You cannot buy standard pianos organs buggies sewing machines I clocks watches and jewelry cheap any where else as 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cotrlbutarscornpageswillunnybo A feature each monthwill themosteyeInliterary matter andart subjects for the Monthly World no is oneOf1 NeYorktc tomanySubscription Cents a Year But FREE nowsubscriber bforee ge for only 1 00 t REGAIN YOUR WITH X nith1ir1- y i 7- Y I2 1 000000001 0000 000 000 GamG roooooR ijl L 000401ob 0 II 00 0 01 NATURES DOCTOR FORMAN IKND iT CURES r RheumatismDiptheria DiptheriaLa Brights Disease Blood Poisoning Kidney Liver and Stomach Troubles Female Complaint Catarrh and Ceneral Debility 9 IT CURES WHEN ALL ELSE FAILS II- r RDAD THE TESTIMONY OP TWO WELL KNOWN CITIZENS OP WOLFE Mr Cooper Hazel Green Ky I purchased some of the VitaoOre of andInow past 75 For more than a year I bad been trying all the patent medicines and nostrums I could hear of to build goodryour 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 I was 25 years ago over the same work It is the grandest medicine in the world and I want everybody In the mountains tomr me so they may try it Hoping every one who has that buyVitroOreI remain thankfully yours for putting me on to this remedy JAMES LACY Laeyfbough the medicine of Mr Cooper for him though I did not have mufb faith in it because we had tried romany things that did no good I have also wed Vitro Ore and am stronger and in better health than for years which I attribute to its use MRS SOUTHEY LACY Lacy Creek Ky June 11901 JEVita Ore is U a package which DoseOneoteaspoonful in gll1Mo water Mailed to any address on receipt of price Addr COOPERHAZEL 1 G ti