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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 1- i 1 IQ5 a 1 ADVERTISING RATES i 6 js 1 Column 1 rearGO IOO g U 1 year X Km J H L 1 year IO rill ry + 2 Inclus 1 year 10 lpo +1 Inch 1 year 7 IK 61 Amimiiicements State anil Iistrjrt 11 fj officer IOK r inityolliecrs ZfalIM Town oHicors JiCO calls nil candii f 1 t dates or political writeups Sal life- T b t- M dchsepared I K IS furnished same as locals 5c a liile f 1 Q4 REIDEAF I J J THE HERALDEstablishedand Continent by Max ORell SEVENTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY BRJARY 20 1902 NUMBER 31 I SYRNCEIL Otrner Edn41rThe B Oldestt Mostt PopularI Mostt Wide J CirculatedI and Mostt YFItVFARQuotedt d t t i I CASTOORIA For Infants and Children r The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signatinre j of In f UsefFor Over I Thirty Years I CASTORIA TM CTUOI COHT YO CITY n A BUSINESS TRAINING AT THE LEXINGTON i BUSINESS i COLLEGE Gves capitalized results preparing for Business Life and Insuring Employment to the ambitious andl worthy 100 invested in this school has beenthe means of help ing thousands to positions of honor and trust WHY NOT YOU- GETTING A START iinl the world is everything WE START YOU WITH A CASH CAPITAL a training is indispensable OUR CATALOGUE out lining our several courses i and circulars showing you what others are doing and how YOU can do likewise should be in your hands A postal will bring itIF YOUR MEANSare lim ited ask for Special Circu lar A telling you how you can be instructed att home WE PREPARE for Civilll Servian potions under Governaisnt selections prepare public school teachers to teach our Branches in other Business Collegesand prepare Stenogra phers and Bookkeepers for the best positions with the best Business Firms FREE First Lessons in Shorthand Wth Complete Instructions for the begin applicationlEARN A SCHOLARSHIP FREE by working for us at your home duringa r IN WRITING be sure to state you raw our ad in THE HAZEL GREEN Ir J HERALD Address BENJAMIN B JONES President LEXINGTON KY h r fJJ iA r ALL CASES OF OR HEARiNd CURABLEby IMMEDIATELYz r scLCenfftattnyou t a eu x discretionAbout and this kept on getting worse until Illost my lianng m this ear entirely DlImberamong ear specialist city wouldthentt JcnIth paper and ordered your treat i i i andtohissthaukyoeheartily11 A V2R3IAK 7308 Broadtray Baltimore Md Our treatment docs not interfere iclilt your usual occupation Examination and 1 nominalWfljiadvice tree uAfl vlllil tLUHOfcLrrti HOMEtin costI- ftlEnHATlCniiUt AURM GLs5 583 LA SHLE AVE CHICAGO ILL 1 y 4 THE CHICAGO POST by aEUSiLCfSEducatiouislnecessary explainsWRITE Iii tJOiSESI DEAFNESS HARD foreverI THEITHEHOME PIPER fiery FARMER should read daily The Chicago Post J Every LIVE STOCK Shipper should read daily The Chicago Post Every PRODUCE Shipper should read daily The Chicago Post Every GRAIN Skipper should read daily The Chiiigo Post THE GREAT MARKET NEWSPAPER l THE ZEST IS NONE TOi GOOD FOR YOU t Subscribe through your commission flrrA newsdealer or publisher of newipa per containing this advertlioment Sampl copies sect free on request Aaareai THE CHICAGO POST Chicago rIII I f 1tf 0 ti tASECRETS I1 1drrr 1ila1IUr j I I IBY A M BELLERBY iI CHAPTER IV i J URN I N G obstinately deaf I ears to the representation of j my mother and Rob I determined to go immediately after the funeral I to Linden court the pretty estate myhusband had so recently bought They tried to make me go home they triel to come with me they said that Linden court might lapse to the crown- I dont care I answered ut terly regardless how disagreeable I made myself I want to be alone i and considering how doar ly I have bought my independence and everything else I absolutel mean to have my own way So I had it and went down by myself to Linden court feeling my hard heart soften within me as I noticed how William Ropton in furnishing it had remembered every whim und fancy of mine There was but one old thing in the house n bureau of venerable but somewhat shaky appearance which found a place in the library lookng shabby and out of place amid its modern surroundings One wet day which put a stop to my lonely exploration of the beauties surrounding L iin d o court it occurred to me to turnout this bureau The keys were thrown carelessly into a draws which seemed to augur that there was nothing particularly private iu its contents There wore n few photographs jf some of popular actresses others of people I knew nothing about He had no relatives living so far 1as I had ever heard They wore none of my business nor any ones else now I did not feel I had right or cause to open them and restored thom to their place In a secret drawer were other letters in faded ink written on paper yellow with ago the records ofan earlier generation i and amongst them wore one or two miniatures which I looked at with interest then restored to their places in the bureau and opened another drawer More of tho dead mans letters 1 I began to get weary of my aim less search and was about to replace thepl when a separate en velope of peculiar size and shop slipped out from among them and written on it my eyes caught tho- r wordsThe last will and testament of me William Repton otc Hardly knowing what I was about I broke the seal and fever ishly examined the contents I was informally drawn up but to my ignorance at least seemed duly signed and attested by witnesses Moreover it was dated three years ago before he had even met me and it left all his real1 and personal effects to a distant cousin of whom I had never so much as heard him speakGod frey Henry Cooper Knight- I immediately remembered hav ing seen this name written on one of the photographs and turned to look among them again Yes there it was the photo of a young and handsome man with an autograph written in unusually clear charac ters There was no mistaking Godfrey Henry Cooper Knight There had been some search made for a will but the lawyer was quite certain his client had never made one Ho had urged him to do soon his approaching marriage he said i but Mr Reptou had answer ed that when he returned from hisI honeymoon itwould be ample time and he had objected to a marriage I settlementI all this now while the cpnviction flashed across me that if the willI held iu my hand were valid all I had gone throughi would be in vain and that instead of possessing half my dead hue bands great wealth for the benefit of myself and my family it would all go to this faroff and unknown KnightI I forgot j r41yr 1Ui h that the jewels he had showered on me were alone worth thousands of pounds I thought only of my mothers weak diatreesif the news reached her of the difference it would make to the childrens fu I I tureIt I wouldsnotpassionatelyIThiSa be law but it is not justice I I rose I would not wait to hes itate nor think flat taking both will and photograph walked to the fire and watched consume and shriveHnto the thin uselessI ghosts of themselves Then I went back looked the bureau and threw the keys into the drawer whence I lied taken tbemBut in the hoar raysecret sin was accompliBhe jetribution YIS M I had secured wealth for my family and myself but in securing it I had given power over mYself to the torments of conscience I I passed a wretched night trou bled by dreams in which enacted tho destruction of the will again and again and was detected either by the coming to life of William Ropton or by Godfrey Henry Coop Knight whoso handsome face gave me no peace Even morning brought me no rest and as soon as I had made a pretence of eating some breakfast ttwent again to the library where I had ordered the fire to be already lit driven by a new fear with which the dawn had scourged me to see ifamongst all those letters in the bureau mention might have been made of that will My conscience already made me a coward for now I locked the door and found myself glancing up now and again at the windows fearing lest I should bo watched Two boys outside were mowing the lawn and every time the whir of the machine came near I start ed like the guilty thing I was and hardened myself against the feel lag that only a few short hours ago had made me scruple to rend the letters written to my dead husband i and all the while though I could see nothing a haunted feeling of being observed tormented me Better for mo better for the sa cred memory of the dead if those scruples had remained In spite of my own sin that glimpseinto the private correspondence of the man who had married me taught me only too surely that my girlish instinct had been true that to that man and his intimates life was a thing of pleasure and com merce that nothing was worth having that money could not buy Life to them was without elevation- t at refinement i selfindulgence was all in all In neither of them however was any mention of the will I had destroyednot although two or three were signed G H C Knight 1not although the tenor of those showed that young man hadevi dearly got into some wild scrape for which he had had to pay a pretty heavy penalty But that was long before the last of the letters was seven years old Just as I was finishing my ex animation which took nearly all the morning the sound of carriage wheels on the drive madame hast fly replace all the letters throw the keys into the drawer unlock the door and settle myself in a chair with the first volume at hand just before n servant came to an nounce that Miss Hurst had called to see me Fresh from my wrong doll ig she was perhaps the very last person in the world I desired to sea but I nerved myself to meet her and talked on indifferent topics for quite half an hour She was staying with some friends in the neighborhood she saidand had taken the liberty of driving round to see how I was Not very cordially I asked her to stay to luncheon but she declined on the plea that ahe had to interview a young lady since she was in search of a companion For I am getting top in years my dear she said wit h6r sweet C1 fJtl r 4 voiceCland am needing fresh hands and feet and brains to sup plement mine Then she rose to say good by and holding my hand in hers saidYour emancipation hasnotmeant happiness to judge from your looks Are you not lonely by your self Too much solitude is not good for any one There t no such thing as happiness I said vehemently ClAll life is mirage and a delusion ClNo my dear it is not she said firmly I have lived to three times your ago and amidst many sore troubles have known much happiness You have not yet learned where to look for it So she went away leaving me more miserable than ever In the afternoon the weather cleared and started for a walk but the beauty of the spring that had been so sweet to me the day before was robbed of all its loveliness CONTINUED NEXT WEEK A Profitable Investme- ntII troubled for about seven years with my stomach and in bed half my time says E Domick Somerville Il1dClI spout about 1000 and never could get anything j to help me until I tried Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure I have taken a few bottles and am entirelywell You dont live by what you eat but by what you digest and assim ilate If your stomach doesnt di gest your food you are really Man ing Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does the stomachs work by digesting the food You dont have to diet i eat all you want Kodol Dyspep sia Cure cures all stomach troub lostH F PIEKATT Lucky Heirs John and Holden Humphrey of Claiborno county near liddlesI boro and Prof John Humphrey of MormtownTenn have receiv ed notification of the death of James Humphrey in Texas Humphrey was from Carter coun ty Tennessee and went to Texas years ago and amassed a fortune i His estate valued at 2000000 it is said will go to the Claiborne county and Morristown Humph reys and other heirs in Upper East Tennessee Holden Humph rey left last week for Texas to see about the estate Children Especially Liable Burps bruises and cuts are exI tremely painful and if neglected often result in blood poisoning Children are especially liable to such mishaps because not so careful As a remedy DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is unequalled Draws out the fire stops the pain soon heals the wound Beware of coun terfeits Sure curefor piles De Witts Witch Hazel Salve cured my baby ofeczema after two physicians gave her up writes James Mock N Webster Ind The sores were so bad she soiled two to five dresses a day Hs F PIERATT Evidently there is no use offer ing Lyman J Gage the presidency of the United States on account of the miserable salary that goes with itChicagoNewB 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 one youd bettermove in a hurry as they are going like hot cakes 52 tf Senator Hanna is a man of keen insight into many vexing prob lemsNew York Mail and Ex press j iPBIS To cure SICK HEADACHE HABITUAL CONSTIPATION- and ill dlMasa arising from In dlcMtlon Th ywill purify your blood and mate yourcomplexion aa FAIR AS A LILY They aris- lelatlrf s t d PUICCEUTL- Cold by J M Boee Htel Green Ky t d Bad Coughs U I had a bad cough for six weeks and could find no relief until I tried Ayers Cherry Pecto ral Only onefourth of the bottle cured meL Hawn Newington Ont alwayslead j They run into chronic bronchitis pneumonia consumptionDont Ayers Cherry Pectoral just as soon as your cough begins A few doses will cure you then TkRtlm25c50cSI All dmultfL Ittheoi nottoknowLeaveJ C AYER CO Lowell Man KENT11CKY KRRNRTIR 4 JT Woods wholesale and retail drug store at Maysville was destroyed by fire Loss 25000 The LtC N is to build a new 35000 depot at Bowling Green and make other extensive improve ments there- After a hot debate Thursday Rep resentative Drewrys bill to create a bureau of labor was defeated in the house by 00 to 30 Both houses of the legislature adjourned Monday till Wednesday in order to spend Tuesday in Lex ington visiting the state institu tionsCircuit Judge Faulkner at Lon don dismissed indictments against Bankers Waite and Hale of Som erset charged with receiving de posits after the batik was insol vent An unknown man called Mrs Andrew Hatfield to the door of her home at Corbin Wednesday night the 5th inst in the absence of her husbandand shot and mort ally wounded her Tom Brown colored who criminally assaulted Miss Della Powell near Nicholasville on the 5th inst was identified by her Before the officers could get Brown back to jaila mob took him from the posse and lynched him in the court house yard Dont Live Together Constipation and health never go together DeWitts Little Risers promote easy action of the bowels without distress I have been troubled with costiveness 9 years says J O Greene Depauw Ind I have tried many remedies but Little Early Risers give best results H F PIERATT Prhaps Prince Henry can afford top vi the metropolis of Ohio the gc utitit soems a little doubt fulJcvelaitd Plaits Dealer fclectrii Belt on Trial To introdt fit and obtain agents the undersiptoil firm willsend a few of their Eloctric Belts on trial on the following terms 100 to bo paid in ten days if the Belt proves beneficial and the balance 200 to bo paid in sixty days if the Belt effects a cure These Belts are a positive cure for Rheumatism Neuralgia Kidnoy trouble Stomach and Liver trouble Asth ma etc Address at once GERMAN ELECTRIC AGENCY tf POBoxI874NewYorkNY Senator Foraker has read Presi dent Schurmans speech and ap proves it Is he too a scuttler Boston Transcript 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 soundly 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 the cause of its distress quickly Then will its little cheeks get red and rosy its appetite antj digestion improve and its health be better Price only 25 cents No other worm killer so effective VitaieOre will relieve you of all aches and pains Agents wanted Apply to or address with stamp Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky i SUBSCRIPTION RATES f K One year in V t Sir month ndonceIooHH I 4Three months + Single copy 00 i date after indicates r IIThe I InddressI Siit I +COUNTY + DIRECTORY + HAZEL GREEN POLICE COURT JudgeJW N NICKELL Deputy Marshall BOARD OF TUSTEES W O MIZE Chairman W H Conn JOHN D DAVIS Jolly M ROSE 0 CIRCUIT COURT Third Monday in January Fourth September Monday in April and Third Monday in DAVID B REDWIKE Judge s CommonwcalthlAttorneyJJJ C G HANKS Trustee Jury Fund 0COUNTY COURT First Monday in each month G T CENTER Judge W S Torn Clerk A T COMBS SheriffyAttorneyISAAC lEO W SAILEY Assessor SurvlyorFRASK Coronero MAGISTRATES COURTS j TIME OF HOLDING AND OFFICIALS FIKST DISTRICT ELIAS SHOCKEY Magistrate Xo time set for holding court SECOND DISTRICT JOHN D ROSE JR Magistrate S N NORMAN Con stable Court days First Thursday in February Slay August and November Megistrate FebruaryMay a FOURTH DISTRICT It R LEGO Magistrate Wji SPENCER Constable Court days First Friday in March June September and December FIFTH t SixvitJ N CHAMBERS Magistrate in both districts DAVID HANKS1 Constable Court days Third f Friday in February Slay August and November SEVENTH DISTRICT B F BOLIN Magistrate PORTER CLARK Constable Court days First Saturday in March June September and December EIGHTH DISTRICT GEOEGE Magistrate No constable and OLIERiI t 1time Lexington and Eastern Railways Time Table in Effect Oct 20 IS01 EAST BOUND 1JNo2 No4 STATIONS Dally ex Daily ex Sunday Sunday i fI PMLA ILreLexington 2 10 pm 7 40 am Winchester 55 pm 8 25 am IiEJuncnj 3 07 pm S 37 am n Clay CityI 3 40 pin 9 13 nm t Stantonti 3 SI pm 0 23 am Natliridgei 4 20 pm 9 54 am Torrent j 34 pm 10 08 Beattyve Jc14 SO puillO 29 amII Jackson 00 pmjll 30 WEST BOUND J No1 No3 STATIONS pSundayI pmBeattyve IdTorrentj pmNatpmStantonpetClayLiEJuncn 010am t03pm I ImIynagerCRAST R MORGAN S P A LOUISVILLE TIN AND STOVE COMPANY Jobbers and Dealers in STOTIESJa LQUISVILLE KY DILLER BENNETT WHOLESALE FURNITURE The Largest Exclusive 527 W Main St Wholesale Furniture Denier in the South LOUlBVllle Ky REH BEVERSOrJ CO WOLESALE BADJY508A12 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY Want oSOOO m U- rT InO Gloat rnr1f1Pants 0 z e Zid lttTTyYSOLE DEALER HAZJEL CREEN K r J I11i1Jl 7 r f Trn Ul e r y i4tI IJi BB HERALD irSPENCER COOPER Editor y HAZEL GREEN KY i = lTHURSDAY February 20 1902 i iti d ELSEWHERE will bo found tho r1 time card of tho Ohio Kentucky railroad The company has re cently built a nice depot at Hele wherela t willtt and in a little while just as soon Il atlI 1 1ourI mail will go and come by way Helechawa SuptCouley writes that if tho business will justify people of Hazel Green can deI j jof on the best accommoda the company can offer as- f n as the weather conditions will permit getting the lino inI 4 better shape With the opening of spring much better accommodations will be offered patrons ofI the road and people going to Lex ington or intermediate points should avail of this route In the xt matter of freights tho agent at Helechawa should be consulted An express office at that place will KV a great thing for this place and for closer connection by a 1 1be mile trolly line IGNORANCE of American aft is the natural and expect ed thing among English newspaper S t writers but the limit R if would seem to have been reach iedwhen one of thena con- tributorJ t to the London Satur day Review refers to Senator 1j Teller asuMr Senator Tell JLjiL I of lords the U S house of elected jjTUE republican members s j 4ofthe senate Philippine com 11mittcc are trying to make that U investigation of Philippine af f fairs boquetthrowing match t but the democrats of the com r inrI theyrget the opportunity i iITTOOK the republicans of the house ways and means committee a whole year to s catch up with the democratic procession the repeal of theI whole bunch of war taxes and now they have the nerve- i to claim the bill for repeal as a party measure- TILE Georgia gubernatorial race in which tho democratic nomination is equivalent toI l simplifiedlj rr by the withdrawal of Hon J Pope Brown state railroad commissioner a VERY surprising isnt it that Gov Taft should have nothing but good words for the government over which w he presides The devil would doubtless testify that hades I was a pleasant place I SPEAKER HENDERSON hasII been acting as though he would just as soon fight Mr Roose velt perhaps a little sooner I as obey him He has rcII ceived the order but he hasd y not obeyed it j l REPUBLICAN senators arcjj tthreatening to kill the bill for the repeal of the war taxes i Let them do So if they dare Nothing would more certainly i elect a democratic majorityof the next bouseITHE trial of the Cuban pos tai thieves is asthethgetttng M I ITHE haste of some of Mr friends in declar I ingthat this govermentwould- not aid Holland in trying to end the Boer war was suspiciously like a tip to him DEMOCRATS would ask noth ing better than that the votes of republican senators be cast for that proposed salarygrab of 2500 a year for senators and representatives EXSEXATOR GAGE doubtless wishes he had one of those 100000 salaries which news papers of saffron tint are mak ing him decline two or three times a week JoE MANLEY is solid with the Washington correspond ents ifnot with Mr Roosevelt as they are mentioning him for secretary of commerce and labor IT is dollars to doughnuts that Mr Roosevelt does not select a laboring man or a merchant for secretary of the department of commerce and labor ST Louis has indicted offi cials as well as a prospective worlds fair on its hands Some oldcausestreet railway fran chises TIm biggest things of the season arc the Schley ovations but Mr Roosevelt doesnt ap pear to have heard of them Crime in Breathitt On the night of the 4th inst some unknown parties broke into the storehouse of Landrum Bros on Troublesome creek Breathitt county and carried away some 250 or 275 pounds of bacon belonging to this firm and concealed same in the woods about a mile away On the following morning Mize Landrum one of the members of the above named firm went to Jackson and secured a search warrant for the stolen property and a states warrant for the sus pected parties and had Flint Davis appointedspecial bailiff by the sheriff to execute each of the warrants and bring them to jus tico Bailiff Davis summoned a possess of citizens and on the night of the 6th the day on which the goods were recovered went to guard the spot where the meat was found placing themselves close around the point In a short time after dark two men came walking up to the place where the bacon had been found Bailiff Davis demanded their surrender and about that time one of the two men fired on Davis and he and posse returned the tire A general fight ensued in which one of the intruders Hiram Miller was left dead upon the scene and Ruby Landrum one of the Lan drum Brothers was mortally wounded dying the following day and the other thief made his es cape after being fired at several times Suspicion fell on Thos Combs who was arrested and re manded to jail without bail after the preliminary hearing before JudgeHargischarged with robbery and murder DrFeners0 D N R- ter net caw A Tae IRCInC to Lrecg INFLAMMATIONRrtthroat Ileadache a minutes Tooth e Colds Farmtn Feern GRIP gZ- CDxm ourtopl Tfce Me ilu tijr mtll coo FreJonU T Sold by H FJPieratt Hazel Green Ky In Memoriam Jefferson Stiles Stamper who died Jan 25 1002 was born March 6 1810 His funeral was preached by Prof Cord at the Christian church in this place and his re mains repose in the Hazel Green daughterMrsa brother Eli Stamper of Virginia and a sister Mrs Caroline Stacy of Menefee county His wife sur vives him and with her daughter Mrs Joe Slimp a grandson Ed Couter four grandchildren of the Stimp family and four great grandchildren live at Neosho Mo His was a ripe old age and he has gone to his reward passedthroughMorgan to visit relatives and friends He said h answer to a question about his brother Sam who was placed in the asylum at Lexington some time ago that he was improving some He took him to his own home recently but after two weeks had to return hi- mFeamps you can get a free trial of Wilsons Tobacco Cures cured thousands CORP WILSON 30y Calvert Texas Crockett Pack of QvOiUbfStA outhis personal wopsrtfiatt Will1 move to Areeh Ill JIjaatf his wife are good citizens and people about ATeo1riill beseOt by their advent wMre this community will lose in a like ratio Lyons Laxative Syrup Nitnres Curt for Conitlpatloi DOES NOT GRIPE Ifyou do not like it better than any laxative you have ever used your druggist will refund the money Good for children at well as grown people Sold by J C Stamper Grassy Creek Prof W II Cord has sold his farm near Hazel Green to Caleb Kash Little Doc for 1800 1000 cash balance in one and two years The farm contains an inexhaustible supply of stone coal and has upon it some fine timber WANTED Trustworthy men find women to travel and advertise for old established house of solid finan cial standing Salary 780 a year and expenses all payable in cash No canvassing nired Give refer ences and enclose selfaddrosHod stamped envelope Address Mana ger 355 Caxton Bldg Chicago tf Two new deacons have been ad ded to the official board of the Christian church It is the con census of opinion that a wise selection has been made as is John H Rose and John B Davis The membership will find two faithful officersSeveral upicenow regret their haste But R J McLin and Mrs Lou Day put np sixinch ice Wednesday The one perhapsbut lastWe dropped in at Mrs F N upforshe is never idle we predict that she will give her patrons entire satisfaction Pleaserememberthis The Junior Y P S C E under the care of Miss Davenport should have upon its roll every boy and girl in the town Parents should have their children attend the meetings on Sunday afternoons at halfpast two oclock Dr Nickell reports the birthof a girl to the wife of James Cox of Stamper branch on Feb 12th also to the wife of John E Nick ell of Daysboro on the 15th a boy When you have head ache or bySSH F Pieratt Hazel Green tf Pilelie Cures PilesI Money refunded if it ever fails 0 I L BIAMCI TUM Tails li Efect Jsstsry 1 ill EAST BOUND WEST BOUND No22 No 21 Daily ex STATIONS Dally ex Sunday Sunday 9 45 am Jackson lOOp 9 40 am 04 K Junction 1 05 pm 8 45 am WilhunU 1 65 pm 8 30 2 10 pm 7 45 011011HamptoD 3 00 pm 7 35 3 10 pm 7 00 3 45 pm M L CONLEY Superintendent CC- as Dan DB Duma As eas- ilyCosutIU a common cold by the FILI PINO REMEDY brought from the Philippines by a soldier who served there tar two years in the U S army Fully tested two before being placed on the market tears and fun particulars write to CAPT WILSON Calvert Texas Je HeGaManufacturers and Jobbers of MENU BOYS pt nTHIIlA CHILDRENSULU I M 111 II 607 W MAIN STREETLOUISVILLE KY SitiitloBs Stared for graduate or tuliloo refunded awry at once far caulofM and ipwial Bos u Ine e 3 Colleges loelttlllti Kr MttrifMMfT AU Houston Ttx Cohmtas6a lleameadYL Blnanilla III JlcklOMlU Fin Jon PRINTIIfO Is am HERALD BYST aad the oheapM GET YOUIttr1Ra4Dab lcle sale Rtllaioprlat wwi f TIC cu a YurLra haft a llwp a ANtetn THE SOUTH 3 LITERARY WEEKLY Paa111bkd at Atlanta GaCircuLsffon Over 50 000 m SVYNT evn nus orat latrrr wKiy orue Mtt W to lintel U LUe raHli Rosmavnc Tact and Fiction eudehuReieetefanlist Mmatta IU MM Amono Its contributors the most MtMMatMra wrturs aparloell CftulUr Hauls Harrr SUIlwell Edwards and- oUIn ofseVMS hrMIlOrlM from Anthony Hope Maurice Thompson MMV sLCnctattMnOMfff CerbsNass Arthur W Marchmonl have appear N as than are ta wattles from tie Ms of authors or national unto A short Itol1eoateltkOlllllt oft fteal Ay hundd plndid hort IrongsailGeld of Meat list only assts sack I 4tsrlaf to Illustrate tie wealth that Is shy to MMItHMU 8 ISUXISTIOUTHUaaawith thelit oflhearealsonth The gee tat SBMktm warns Tsrytttui kilo activity and the season Is never cold enough to check Ut fctwlof tadBJWy Tie HW coats fragrant with the breath of the mwaeaa aN elr M eyes Mt tie very air of the orange palm and bay The uldonsI be rrrw hi tal wlMUt4 MUnus1 Salts faselaatlno weekly TM sHeettltIIS irkM to Oa ljr riftCnt a year alike to all perstas avrato i wtftnrs oatauMfn sal every one else Clubs of five accompanied ky the tit 1289 MtKM tie ak raiser to Ue paper one year grat- isLad m a PMtal Car tke aamw of ill of your neighbors who wed annotate tie morUadr to read a copy or The sunny south a4 one MMtfe wtUM maH4 RM Tel a fet yoor ehib of five out of these very people tlOt SCTNirr SOOT HtUrs over DOOM American homes now and cartM tot to tare to III welcomed m nall7 u may more homes as the great w ekly tMt of toed Utwos tie Soutftern Lhocary Weekly whose colamas for lees will M tte meat readable of aH tie papers that come to yo- uAddrwRit Cassaalaana t eJN SUNNY SOUTH Atlanta Ga fJ F SADLER llllllll Col Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI O Long Distance Telephone WEST 101 Liberal cash advances made upon con igntnenUJand sale guaranteed W R CRAWFORD CO Live Stock Commission Merchants FOR THE SALE OF Cattle Hogs Sheep Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI 0 ALSO Bourbon Stock Yards KY We have an Eastern outlet for all desirable tock at highest prices Consignment solicited All correspondence cheerfully answered HUGHES CHILL TONIC PALATABLE Better than Calomeland Quinine Contrins no Arsenic THE OLD RKLIAULK E ELLEKT I TOHIC Aa ai a Sure Cure Chills and Fevers Fevers and Bilious Fevers need at this IT NEVER FAilS gjjj Laxative Nervous Sedative Splendid Tonic Guaranteed Try It Dont any ubstltute anti SI liottle BUCCKSSVTOHTII Forty years success KNOWINGII proves Hughes Tonic edy for Chillat all WAR BOe RELIABLE MAN for Manager of a openInportunity for the right Kindly give good reference when writing Thi A T Mirris Wholesale Housi 1 CINCINNATI O Illustrated catalogue 4c stamps EVERY PAIR OF TICER PANTS 8 Made Perfect in Fit Fall in Seat and 2 Leg and Will1 Not Rip g STAG SHIRTS Are Fetter Goods Better Made and 2 X 8reIHAZEL GREEN KY o9 Ut O ROBINSON BEATTYVILLE General Salesman for R M HUGHES CO LOUISVILLE KY Manufacturers of HighGrade YIeiar CiderSolicitaorders from Urn merchants of the mountains and guarantees satisfaction A mail order will receive prompt attention silverr Eggs I have WyandotteEggs These Are Thoroughbred Buy a setting raise some THOROUGH BRED solongerPint call first served ROBERT L CORD 88 Hazel Green Ky MENDEL WEiNSTOCK CO RATS627ez9 LOUISVILLE KY F ea t Established in 1865 COMMISSION MERCHANTS FOR TilE SALE OF OallleHagsSkeepand LOUISVILLE LOOK A STIUCII IN TIME Saves nint Hughes Tonic taste tkFallMalariali iFevers Acts tc the liver and tones up the hstemI 91NEBAL well for Swamp Just what you season take At Druggist 2oc man KY wgautt IUKHAUKD nr- ROBINSONPETTET COINCURPOKATKD LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY A l10GEKT WATCH anythingbut A 1000 WATCH- is just a hundred times better 1 Step in and see that clFilleds Watch were selling at 1000aWe have others lower and higher priced FRED JJ1 HEINTZ Manufacturing Jeweler East Main St near Postoflice LEXINGTON KY RXPERttNOS BS YEARS I MARItaDEala AAAayoaeme probablyMM In AlDenea ewe hayMasaWubtnrtoQ Patents taken throegh iauan A 00 ieatepedal notice to tile AMEIICANb8attfallT odeejonornalweIyelreniance ee 500 six andaooaaMUNN a CO Mi Brmtlwar Row iftll r z Oc d iii I 4444444 wCheapest Store On Earth Qaalily of Goods Considered H F PIERATTbDEALER IX iiii1ii M R aAaBt it Live Stock Country Produce iI LIVERY AND FEED STABLE 4 Horses Hacks Buggies c for hire at all times and charges reasonable i I Rough Dressed and Tongue and Grooved I feetII TAXESAll outstanding faxes must be settlednow IIor levy will be made as I have only until 1 January 1 1002 to make settlement in lull Dont I delayor it will be detrimental to you fi IHOLIDAYI aSANTA j 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 V lot of toys and jimcracks ever seen in Hazel Green 1 Fancy Candies Toys Dolls and everything pretty will be found there in profusion and all new and cheap so cheap that everybody mayibuy SIGHT IS GOOD and 500 are invited to look before you leap 2y WANTED 50 BUSH CORN J Cecil Bros will pay j 60 Cents a Bushel in trade Call at onceyy Tile G4ristoias HelIs Ore Binging singing because at THE DAY MILLINERY may be found everything in style On our bells are pic tured other bells whose ty can only be enhanced stylish hat from this beauIIfashion where may be the wraps jackets etc Everything the lowest prices quality considered CLOTHING F intendtobargain thisline do not fail to call at once CSOESAlso Ihavesame pro portion clear through l Remember this is for CASH ONLY f J 1W ROSETHE PEOPLES FRIEND iEi GREEK DGjlDEJl 00 NORMAL AND PREPARATORY SCHOOL oo- 111Tho with the present term began September 3t oftheThe Second SessionrI A thorough practical school for young men andwomen with TeD Courses ofCommercial Normal Study under Academic meetorielI a GRADUATEu Tuition S1BOO for 38 Weeks WeekForwriteW Principal ii General Debility Day In and out there Is that feeling weakness that mates a burden ot itself docs not Sleep Food docs not strengthenIIt Is hard to do hard to bear what r should be easyrltatlty Is on the ebb and the whole system suffers 1or this condition tate Hoods Sarsaparilla It vitalizes the blood gives vigor and tone to all the organs and functions and positively unequalled fur all rundown o7 j V debilitated conditions orII 1 HOODa 11LU Cure contlpotloD r3 Cent- 1f THE HERALD I Y Willie Cox of near Ezel was the guest of John Pieratt on Monday tornpaidon Monday hislgI I i t Kelly Murphy from Blackwater came to town on Monday with ten mules to sell trIptotFriday to Sunday Millersburgtwas here last week shaking hand with his old friends f a QuintDanielzmdMoreheadisdt 6 Miss Laura Wilson of Gillmore III iis Mrs IIotherIII oCJohnHenrysi HazelGreenday I I i I smmoning stated that Mrs James Wilson wasi quite ill I John oarTuesdayIII has been suffering an attack oCI tl the gripII j tresult of having three or four toet I t pulledharry ofGrassye r andfrielldsDr Nickoll1 was called to Lee I II City Sunday to see Mrs Kell Rose who was suffering with pharyngitis returnIIedLacy the creekIeIIe 1 ter seveneighths for a mess ofi pickled beans I r r Mr and Mrs R J McLin have the thanks of the editor and better seveneighths for a nice mess ofechoice beefsteak e Tommy Daniel who has charge of the Combs Innker mill at West 3 1 Liberty is visiting his father Quint Daniel and familyiIi Willie Kash was defendant In I I 11againstj j itrong appeal for his client j I Dare Linden of Gillmore is nurs ing a lame leg the result ofa t a horse falling upon him while he cattleJ J THE BEST sitouhl beour aim GetIloode I Mbeet medicine MONEY CAN BUY i There were seven cases docketedI 110thposed to the satisfaction of the public t Remember to make your offer ings for Foreign Missions and State Missions on Sunday March 2nd You onhisWillie Kash left Sunday for lome point in Missouri which we JohnMas Mt SterlingIf fatA series of meetings will begin Consolation Sunday night next RoyBarney vited to be present returneMondayBob who now lives at Howards creek in Breathitt and says he iis r very low with consumption Roily Cecil a son of Joe Cecil who recently bought Jim Cecils visiting1 make a crop on the farm this year andhill father will remain in Vir ginia until fall when he will take5 possession of his Morgan county property I r f f II Death of Dr Jason Cox ofA dispatch from Mt Sterling to the Louisville Evening Post under date of the 14th inst says news had just reached there of the death of Dr Jason Cox at his home in Wolfe county Dr Cox heZyears Semiannually or annual BreckII last visit that the end came In passing he always stopped and had l a chat with us but when he passed the last traio we were out in tow and ho loft word that ho would stop and see us as ho passed buck That has been about two months ago Dr Cox was a remarkably vigorous man and practiced his profession right up to the last visit wo speak of Ho had in his possession papers that showed him to be 107 years old but he was as active as many at 50 He was very interesting conversationalist boundtfor hours in listening to a rela eightIhour or so Peace to his as- hesCASTOR IIAFor Infants and Children Till Kind You Nary Always BHglt Bears kite- Bigaatnre sfTZTTof Jta5ffc3GK Joe Carver of Bushton Illwas here recently and bought 20 head of good work mules from farmers of this immediate section for a totalof 221550 average 11075 The price paid for each pair was I consideredverY good satisfied the sellers and the buyer has a chance of making a handsome profit as all the animals Ire ready for ser vice as so4n as they reach their destination The price of these mules here would have been much higher 25 per cent at least were the demand as great as in the sec hon for which he bought them Here they were not employed half the timethere they will be need ed every week day Here they had to be fed work or no work there they will earn their feed and make their owner a good profit beside Within a month or so we have heard people talking of the won ofhMcCausoy i getting our thought of course was that his ad in TilE HERALD had much to do with it But while that accounts for it in part his prices and hisI courteous treatment of customers has a great deal to do with it also He sells for cash and on saltyhe has built up a very handsome trade In fact he islit when it theseIstaPle questionnot only salt and flour but all other goods they need Bully for Bob is the expression of his friends everywhere new county attorney C C IThe was hero Tuesday week to Mrs Sarah Harris who was arraigned in Judge Pieratts court on that day on the charge of unlawfully selling whiskey in three casesone of them to a minor In the latter case the lowest penalty is 50 aud costs and the other two cases 2000 in each was the lowest limit As this was the first time for them to come before his honor Judge Pieratt let her off with the lowest penalty in first two cease and sho beat the other case by swearing that the prosecuting wit ness was not in her house Since taking charge of the Day House again Mrs Lou Day has exerted every effort to bring it back 4o its wonted prestige And to this end sho supervises the cul inary department in person and says that all who give her their patronage will find the table the best in the mountains Her aim will be to make every guest enjoy home comforts while sojourning with her and those who know her know that she will do so liTo Throw Good Money After sad will but Increase mr pain If Jouhan thrown away money for medicines that did not cure now begin taking Hoods SarsapaiUla the medicine that never disappoints Hoods Pills cure sick headache Indlftitlon Cap Day of Morgan county has been a guest of the Day House for some time under treatment of Dr Center for epilepsy or similar trouble Prior to Jan 1 lat he had an attack of this every ten days but thanks to Dr Centers treatment he has so far escaped anything of the kind this year Two weeks used to be tho limit and he feels encouraged now that he will bo effectually cured Joo Long the most noted moon shiner that ever operated in the mountains and Miss Louellen Caskey daughigrof Tom Caskey were mmwdat residence of Sunday10thmoon tour confined only to the globe fa HERALD and Monthly Vorl one nollar a year in advance loiera Minion The growing missionary interest in the Christian church or Disciples of Christ all over the coon try reminds us all again of the wonderful power of tho missionary movement Now every nation on earth is wide open to the gospel Not so a century ago The Christian church has mi s sions in IndiaChinaJapanAfrica Turkey England NorwaySweden li HawaiinlThey have 271 missionaries and Growinnarellpringiuga of reIligious body have gone out to Ja heathenIlands They are helping to shape a new Christian civilization on the JapanCorcomparawithour own in America The Imperial University in Tokio has more than 2000 students The prot nounced as good as in America the telegraph wire stretches to ev ery part of the land All this antitiso more has been done since the ad vent of the missionary less tha agoThe ForeigMissions SUtldayinplace in willing and it may be partItwill be raised for this work this year Last year 171OiK was secur ed for work in distant lands The Christian church has come t religiousbodies j ber more than a million and the jgrowth last year iis said to have I been about 50000 The number ofchurches is over 10000 and the I number of ministers fully 0000 ii They are also building up a num I ber of splendid educational insti tutions in different parts of the countryWe for them abundant success in their effort to raise 200 i gospelin t Embroidery for Oowmi r t IIhandsomeIIIt jproperly finished unless there is i some hand embroidery about it II the amateur will be gladto have t some help in the matter Revers J collars and cuffs edges of short jackets bands on skirts and waists panels and trimmings on skirts areJ some of the ways in which the work is utilized Silk is used for embroidery on woollens satin or silk goods and wash silk or linen J thread on cottons A number of pretty stitches are illustrated in j the March Delineator which are wellwithin the reach of the amateur For ConatlpatlOB Take Lyoni Laxative Syrup If you dont Ilse It titter than any Laxative you have ever used your druggist will return the money Price Me fold by J C Stamper Grassy Creek Elza James left on the 11th for Bushton 111 which place he will make his future home THE HERALD having already introduced him it will not be necessary to do so again but the people about and i in his new home are assured thatI he is worthy their confidence f i TIWICOUOHangs ttYou I have used allIi sorts of cough I I notI I I butIt totI I throat affectionflflous needsomething f that will give you iI build fIbody t I SCOTTS EMULSIONw- ill11 doubtE do this when everything I about it It nourishes strengthens builds up and makes the body strong and healthy not only to throw oft this hard cough but to fortify the system against further attacks If you are run down or emaciated you should certainly take nourishing food medicinethisIIall drauliU dshort BoiJNt8 Cfcmku flew Yrk l idbi ii t Dr Ciitwi Sick Lilt Dr Center reports Uncle Ilevy seriooslyillWilliam Wallis of Grassy hr another parylitic stroke affectin dg entire left side Sterlingdaughter a r peral eeptisma and thero iis scarcely any hope for her A little daughter of Sherman Shackelfords in the Sarvia bendj died on Sunday night at 10 oclock She was seized with a paroxismal 1 thge cramp d with great violence until Sunday morning at 8 oclock when she became easy as suddenly as seized and without treatment growing cold and pulseless from time pain ceased She remained thus iinI spite of all treatment until death But she retained her appearance hereCart tf shoats ED HERALD Permit us through the medium of your paper to return our heartfelt thanks to the good people of Hazel Green who kindly ministered to our dea Stamperne young people especially we are in upnand other favors May they in of age should they find affliction a the last meet with as kind treatment is the best wish we could make for them and again t ankin greatfullyMB GflBiral Li itst Waitei to sell Prof Long Magnetic Combs They remove dandruff cure scalp ailments and check falling hair are nntarnishable and will not break Everybody wants them good proposition to hustlers Send for terms Outfit six styles in a plush case 200 Ladies Dress ing Comb 50c Gentlemens Toilet Comb 40c both 75c Write to day Magnetic Comb Co 316t Pekin Ill Mort Pieratt a son of Milt Pieratt of Maytown was driving a team of horses for a man named Holt at Glencairnpitting logs over the cliff and last week a log got the start in some way and carried both horses over killing them instantly The value of the horses is not known but as they had been engaged in same work sometime itiis supposed theywere worth 100 or 150 The old Uncle Billy Rothwell homestead at Rothwell station was burned to the groundon Tuesday night They saved some of the household effects but the other was a complete loss as there was no insurance For years past this was a wayside inn that rejoiced the heart of many a wayfarer with its homelike comforts and they will regret to hear of its destruc tion Crockett Pack and wife accom panied by Mrs Packs brother Sydney Bishop Alonzo Craft and Oliver Runic left on Monday morning for Arcola III Mr Pack and wife have rented a farm nearI that place and the young menI went along for company with the view of seeking work in the vicinI ity which they are almost sure to secureRobt M Hopkins State Sunday School Evangelist will hold aI Sunday School Bible Institute at this place on March 18th 19th 20th c Many whu heard him last year want to hear him againI and we are sure he will be received with much enthusiasm The Y P S C E which meets each Saturday evening at 7 oclock is growing in interest Many of the young people are enthusiastic in the work and ranch good i iIsurely being accomplished rtr Salt One Fay No8 six roll 8 inch lightning floorer with beading at tachment One Fay carriage cutting off saw F BusH k Sox Lexington Ky Henry Cecil end Muon Ingram are cleaning tip the poultry yards of this section and the cone quence is that the Hazel Green citizens cant get either eggs or chickens to eat At least they cannot afford to pay the price their demand has made TO TXZ nal7 A ilck lady cured of her dstfneat aad nol ia the head by Dr Ifieholson IIsInlthuteprocure the Car Drums may have the afree Address No 4486 The Niehols- oIutitute 780 Eighth Avenue NewYo- r4lr Rev Sam Taulbee tells us that he will have to take hiIon to an expert eye doctor to have his eyes treated While the local practi tioners have relieved him of the pain and inflammation they have sot improved the sight Send 85c and get a free trial of Wilson Morphine Cure testedl alwarloccefulf 80y Ca1 art Texas The ice cream supper held at th academy on Tueedayni ht for the benefit of the cottage fund was a big success the amount realized bring 1667 t JtiIMf r COUNTY NEWS NOTES =o- llTo Insure insertion ALL corres byMondayIrthat 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 have news letters We are dependent upon them for the news and when they taU to send in their favors they put us to great inconvenience 1SWANGO SPRINGS SAYINGS Miss Lilly Cecil of Grassy creek is our visitor this week GreenLgave Ellis Johnson of Lacy creekwas peopleThurllday W T Swango of Millersburg was hunting for cattle in this neck o1 the woods last week Leo Perkins end some others of the Hazel Green academy were out at the Springs Sunday hisrdaughter Mrs J F Cecil of Grassy creek Saturday and Sunday Ye scribe and her brother Ernest had a pleasant visit with relatives chapeltRoily Cecil late of Virginia but ofgthe Murphy fork of Grassy were the pleasant guests of Rush Swan go part of last week Feb 18 UNO BreatMtt News Work on construction of a nar row gauge rail road from near Jackson to Big Frozen is being rapidly pushed notwithstanding the inclemency of the weather The road is to run along the top Pan Handle a place where the Kentucky river after having run nearly seven miles comes back within sixtyfeet of itself It looks very strange to see a railway under construction along this narrow neck which has for many years been a resort for sight seers But Breathitt countywith so many undeveloped resources with limitless fields of coal with almost boundless areas of virgin forests may be expected at any time to furnish a wonder or marvel in the wayof material development Jack son the county seat is truly an enterprising growing city there is a telephone exchange with liberal patronage and good prospect for electric street lights in the near future a busy hum of mills and a general upward move in the con dition of affairs There is a good school here with an able faculty and full enrollment two churches one Presbyterian and one Meth odist each of which has a good attendance every Sunday Tom Combs was hold to answer at circuit court as accessory in the murder of Rube Landrum on the night of the 9th inst Combs in company with Hiram Miller were on their way to get some meat as it is claimed which they had stol en and Landrum with an officer and some men were watching for him with the intention of making an arrest Miller fired on the of J ficer and shot Landrum from which wound he died the next day Mil ler was shot in several places but he lived until next day It seems that killing is taking the lead in this county and it is hard to tell where or when or how it will be stopped MACK FBTE flourI flourI flourII- IIPI SHI SUIT I ROBERT P RASH The originator of LOW PRICES iis wholesale dealer in FLOUR SALT Iand solicits the patronage of the merchants of the mountains legitimatekcompetitionCall write me before buy inK ROBT P KASH McCausey Ky I Dizzy Then your liver isnt acting well You suffer from bilious ness constipation Ayers Pills act directly on the liver For 60 years they have been the Standard Family Pill ggllseutyormeaanea orbMabeanr1b- rwsorruhblacts Tkear- SUCKIN6NAMs DYErNaM NILMWa a K frir J r j J it HACANit OLDc BOURBON i Good Liquor is free from adul I i teration drugs crude spirits and other harmful ingredients This is a subject worth locking into for asa necessity a luxury and a plea sure a good stimul nt is Import ant When you want something tt good send us your or ers agoi Old Bourbon In Jugs 4 year old 200 per gallon 5 year old 225 per gallon 6 year old 250 per gallon 7 year old 275 per gallon 8 year old 300 per gallon 10 Year Old in Bottles Plain Box 4 Quarts 300 6 Quarts 450 12 Quarts 900 I end P O or KY t Only High Class Monthly at a Year in Wrld II dirts lass Toar Cofa eas re f- Pa pig a Ia itsaif each department editid by on who know how evry a miss or inform ties aid entutalnmot Bat California i Sherry per gapon 150 per gallon 150 Blackberry peas 12 5F1tell1 gnODLSherry pe 125 per gal1ontl25 Blackberry per gallon 100 1 4 Catawba per gallon 100 f t YOU PAY XPRESSCHARGES IMoney Order Registered Letter to the HAGAN DISTILLING CO LEXINCTON rUr i1neS IMOHTH The 25ct Spry Uifuint number Witt Port Port i t- 1IPArJlENrs CQHTMJIS me roLLomne One Short Story Bloftaphlcal TIC Site Popular Science Amateur Photography All the Comfort of Home Th Family Lawyer Department of Health The Editor Half Monday The QoU Club prize question department The OU Cur t iosity Shop Sport Oamee and Pastime 1I Home Study The Comlag Oentratioa t The Rut Thousand aid What to De With It practical incests dpartmt i l The Story of the world who the Day Work b Demi tl Sanpl Cpi lor Iks Atthg jtaartu GOOD TIM S Cclunbu O o I II II I 0 0 II II II I I I II II II i II I II I I IiThe above magazine free forJG mouths to new Herald subscribers r iJOB P I TIN Q iJENVELOPES NOTEHEADS BILLHEADS l LETTERHEADSSALEBILLS PROGRAMS CIRCULARS CATALOGS MINUTES Coc w We have Three Fast Presses a Power Paper Cutter and 40 Years Experience enables us to Court Com parison and Defy Competition Whenff you want PRINTING come and see us Respectfully Ecc SPENCER COOPER flrrOP EVERY DESCRIPTION x 0 0c XEA LY CHEAPLY AND PROMPTLY EECUTED AT TWB OFFICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED INALL OASfS r I IDOYOU GET UP rl 4 WITH A LAME BACK t Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable t Almost everybody who reads the newt pacers is sure to Jnow of te worderfu curs rraai ty Dr Kii cri JvampRoot the great kidney liver and remedy It Is the great i cal triumph of nine t l I f I S nent kidney and bladder teciallst and i s wonderfully successful in promptly curingi k lame back kidney bladder uric acid trou bles and Brights Disease which is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot Is not rec ommended for everything but ifyou have kid ney liver or bladder trouble It will be found JJust the remedy you need It has been tested in so many ways in hospital in rivat- I practice among the helpless too poor to purchase relief and has proved so successful in U every case that a special arrangement has t been made by which all readers of this t sample bottle sent free by mall also a boo k I more about SwampRoot and how to y 4 find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble t When writing mention reading this generous In this paper and your address to I I KllrnerCoBing N Y The bladder medi the lslbyS work havettelling Ioffer 3 l regular fifty cent and nomeor Sw mp Root I dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists t I of the i Earistand f ca r 3 Kyon the 5th inst was struck It by a telephone wire that had sag ged Soon of his teeth wore t knocked out and his mouth was I split back to the ears Jones grasped the wire in both hands and when the train had moved from tinder he was hanging in mid air Section men rescued him 11e i3 in a serious condition Deafness Cannot Be Cared by local applications as they can not reach the diseased portion o the ear There is only one way ti I cure deafness and that iis by con stitutional remedies Deafness Iis caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustach i iintlTube When this tube gets in flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when iit is entirely closed deafness is th- L Lresult and unless the inflaml mation can be taken out and thi tubo restored to its normalcon dition hearing will be destroy ed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh whichI t5 r rnothingbut an inflamed condiii V tion of tho mucous surfaces I IWewill give j100 for any case i of deafness caused by catarrh0 that can not be cured by Halls j i 1 Catarrh Cure Send for circulars F J CHENEY it Co- Toledoi 0 i Sold by druggists 75c Halls Fatally Pills are the best t St Louis Postlispach Ind c Tho American soldier gets j13 a month and his board and clothI ing Xot a cent does he pay and he has no doctor bills or railroadl fare or street car fare to pay Now it is proposed that he shall be supplied regularly with rations c smoking and chewing tobacco What a lot of money a without a canteen thirst might save Child Worth Millions II My child is worth a million tome says Mrs Mary Bird of Harrisburg Pa yet I would hue I lost her by croup had I not pur chased a bottle of One Minute Cough Cure One Minute Cough t pIand throat and lung troubles An absolutely safe cough cure acts immediately The youngest child can take it with entire safe ty Tho little ones liko the taste and remember how often it helped1 them Every family should have a bottle of One Minute Cough Cure especiallyiti II F PlEUATT Whats the use of all this fussgj about President Roosevelt accepting t a present from royalty If President Washington hadnt tic- Q cepted a pair of Jacks from the King of Spain once upon a time J where would the Missouri mule industry be now Atlanta Journal Bucklens Arnica Salve The best and most famous comi pound in the world to conquer Aches and kill pains Cures cuts heals burns and bruises subduesI j inflammation masters piles MilI lions o boxes sold yearly Works wonders in boils ulcers felons I pay2oskin eruptions J HazelGreen1 I Sons Campton drug stores j i Senator Depav says that if George j Washington wero alive today he j republjcantflac11d1Standard I lc 71 ff It I I ISaved Her Childs Life In three weeks our chubby lit ItIe boy was changed by Pneumonia to a skeleton writes MrsI iW Watkins of Pleasant City Oi A terrible cough set in that in spite of a good doctors treatment for several weeks grow worse every day We then used Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption and our darling was spon sound and well Wo are sure this grand medicine saved his life Millions1I know its the only sure euro for coughs colds and all lung diseases Sold by J Taylor Day Hazeli Green and S S Combs Sons Campion drugstores Chiaranteo satisfaction 50 conts and 100 Trial bottles froo eA Kentuckian in The Swim John White a hardworkingt farmer living on Long branch countyk1 ho had fallen heir to something over 1000000 by the death ofI his grandfather which occurred1II recently in the mother country Mr White is one of six direct hoirs to an estate of over 6000 000 i A Legacy of The Grip Is often a rundown system I tipIdisordered liver and kidneys oftenil follow an attack of this wretched disease The greatest need thenI is Electric Bitters the splendid tonic blood purifier and regulator of Stomach Liver and Kidneys Thousands have proved that they j wonderfully strengthen the nerves build up the system and restorei to health ami good spirits after anI attack of grip If sutTering try them Only iJO cts Satisfaction I guaranteed For sale hyT T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs fifc Sons Campion druggists 0Prince Henry will have only 20 minutes in Louisville Ho will bej greatly disappointed if M a r a ej Henry should hout of town on aI lecture tour CincinnatiEnquirer Millions Put to Work The wonderful activity of thee new century is shown by an enormous demand for the worlds bests worksDr Kings New Life Pills For consumption sick headache biliousness or any trouble of stom ai liver or kidneys theyre IID rivaled Only 25c per box lby J T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs vt Sons Campton Senator Gorman of Maryland says ho is in the hands of his party But he makes it quite plain that his party has nothing to do with Mr Bryans party Buffalo Express j A Danger Signal You have got a cough and you dont worry Dont you know ia cough is something terrible It leads to consumption and con sumption is killing thousands I Dotter cure that cough better cure IIit quickly Get a 25 cent bottle of Hoochs Mexican Syrup No other remedy so nice to take rWe trust it is true that Edgar S Maclay is going to lecture andI to hope ho will come to Memphis I i Last years eggs are simply pining for Edgar Memphis Commercial1 i Appeal WANTED Trustworthy men and1 women to traveland advertise for j old establishedhouseof solid finan cial standing Salary 780 a year and expenses all payable in cash No canvassing required Give rofer ressedhj stamped envelope ger 355 Caxton Bldg Chicago tf Marconi is passing through onei of the stages necessary to undying fm19 as an inventor Tho ParisI savants deny that he is an inventor at aulNew York World I IYouI cannot buy standard pianos organs buggies sewing machines I clocks watches and jewelry as cheap any where else as you can of mo Come nuidsee samples and you will be convinced You do not have to risk your money with i mail tf order housesII President Roosevelt gives his love to Bradley and the oflico to Barnett That seems to be anII equitable division of the good jt things Louisville Times When you have head ache or bySH F Pieratt Hazel Green tf Between Senator Tillman and Vesuvius the world is well bal I anccdBaitiinoroholarship j in the Commercial Collego of Kentucky i University By early application jay this offico some young man can I sive several dollars tf ri jll I so + 44O4C45O 0O m 1- I t j The following school books can be bought at this office attk less than dealers prices A savingof 15 per cent is guaranteed you But you must be quick as these are all we have Fryos Elements of Geography 52 zents Fryes Complete Geography 100 Cyrs First Reader 23 cents Cyrs Second Reader 29 cents Cyrs Third Reader 40 cents Cvrs Fourth Reader 48 cents Cyrs Fifth Reader 56 cents Childrens Primer 10 cents Prince Arithmetic Grade I 16 cents II Arithmetic Grade 11116 cents Arithmetic Grade IV 16 cents Tarbells Lessons in LanguageGrammar 48 cents Our Government by Macy 60 cents j Childs Book of Health 24 cents OarlBodles and How We Live Blaldsell 52 cents- Beginners American History 48 cents Leading Facts of American History 80o SPENCER COOPER iI j ROSE WHEELER j j jPRACTICAL i BLACKSMITHS ANDIIt j WACONMAKERSHAZEL I I t1Iuyite the j attention of the j i farmers of thisi vicinity to their imI i pro ved facilities I I for blacksmithing and wagonmaking a well as repair work of all kinds A full force of first clase mechanics insures promptness in the execution of all work entrusted to them and satisfac tion is guaranteed in all cases j Buggy building and wagon making are our specialties Your patronage is re spectfully solicited and will be duly appreciated Respectfully 1cc ROSE WHEELER hue Grass JurseriesIp III FALL 1901 Fruit ami Ornamental Trees Grape Vine Small Fruits Asparagus and everything fur Orvhanl Lawn and Garden We sell direct at right prices to the planter and have no agents jrnenil Catalogue oil application to both telephones II F HILLENMEYEB iiioxK L79 Lexington Ky I A now firstclass cafo for ladies and gentlemen has been opened in oppositoHI the delicacies of the season are served in firstclass style Ladies t especially are invited to write for our confidential letter Wore applying for patent worth money tldwe promptly obtain For- eignPATENTS MARKSortENTIRE or photo and we send an IIMMEDIATE t givethecharges are moderate Try ua SWIFT CO Patent LawyersfOpp US Patent OfflceWuhhjtMt DC iAA Farm tforr SaloI I will sell my farm of 159 ACRESP Consisting of about 80 acres of cleared more than half of which Isiin grass and J oneJj of four rooms ana a good drilled well never failing water and outhouses cribs houle8Ii a Fine Vein of the BEST COAL irom which several thousand bushels are soldeach onehalfbargaiq can be made by applying in person or writing to WM H CORD Hazel Green Ky KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat thedlgestants offoodfalls to cure It allows you to eat all the food you want The most sensitive manythousands ItIsJt cant helpbut pMdPreparedThe Si bottle cortJ3ns2K tlniesUe icSiS t H PPjBRATy IY1 THE SUNNY souTH This Great Literary Journal Club bed With The Herald We publish eltewhere today the announcement of the SUNNY SOUTH the great weekly literary periodical of the Sonthern States Published in Atlanta Ga in the heart of the great south it bears upon it the impress of its birth place and environment For more than 25 years the SUNNY SOUTH has been a recognized factor in the field of southern literature It was established more than a quarter of a century ago as a southern story paper and was published for a long time ns a weekly and then as a monthly About one year ago the paper passed under new management and in Iless than a year it has jumped from a circulation of 12000 to 60000 The first thing the I new management did was to make it a weekly publication and to reduce the price to fifty cents per yearless than one cent an issurand then infuse into its columns all the enterprise and litera i ry ability that money could command or determination aecqrej In less than a year this remarkable southern literary paper has become national in character and it now has about as many subscribe era north of Mason and Dixona line as it has in the south Its columns abound in the best current literature of character istic southern flavor and no literary periodical published anywhere in the country has succeeded in bringing together as many southern writers of note as has been done by the SUNNY SOUTH A striking feature of the SUNNY SODTHS development iis its introduction during the past year of manynew story writers who will be heard from in the wider field of the worlds literature In aluostevery southern tato new literary talent lass been developed to such an ex tent as to put the whole country to talking about the SUNNY SOUTH A few months ago the SUNNY SOUTH offered very hands mo prizes for a series of the best short stories by southern writers and more than five hundred responses were received Some of the stories then published in the SUNNY SOUTH haves been reproduced the woild over Others are now being published by it from week to week The fact that the price of this splendid weekly literary periodical is only fifty cents a year has had a wonderful effect in giving it an extensive field for the development of its plans and purposes Perhaps no literary periodical ever lI tablisbed has made such rapid stride as the SUNNY SOUTH in less than a year Mary E Brnyan whose name has JMrabeen associated with the SUNNY SOUTH has been engaged to take full charge of its Womans Department Her I I services will appeal especially to women readers throughout the country as the I striking charm of her own personality pervades every column of her most interI esting department The distinctive characteristics of south ern authors have alwavs been a great charm to their readers The liberal use of matter by the leading magazines of the rtgardII The quaint stories of Joel Chandler liar rill in folklore of the southern planta tions and the stories by him and by Thomas Nelson Page Will Y HarbenI Harry Stillwell Edwards and others of those interesting phases of human char acter so plentiful in the south are read with consuming interest and are seized upon by publishers iih great avidity The literary flavor of the SUNNY SOUTH will be far above the ordinary stor pa per and an examination of one copy will show clearly and plainly to all its scope in its great special field Some of the most prominent of the worlds writers have been listed for special stories fort e SUNNY SOUTH during the current year It is a pleasure to know that the South has at last secured a literary paper of which the whole country is proudThe SUNNY SOUTHB growing circula Lion throughout the Union and in all parts of it alike is an indication of ita widespread field lu fresh crisp editorials social stories from authors of the widest note and growing fame and interesting short stories from every quarter make it acceptable everywhere It is not a newspaper in any sense but is devoted exclusively to the field of literature It will come as a refreshing visitor every week to your home for only 50 cents per year If you have never seen a copy of it send today for it on a postal card addressed to the SUNNY SOUTH Atlanta rGL giving also the names of six of your neighbors and special friends who may also have this treat We are pleased to know that Southern enterprise places this paper in the hands of our people intl1tfd r1IU1k WINCHESTER KY K H WITHERSPOON President B D HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 10000000 Surplus 2000000 Handsome deposit of 40421648 merchantgenerally throughout Eastern Kentucky saultheoflegitimatebanking JR JM WALDKCK Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KYt Solicits Jhe ohazelanlwerprofessIonala specialty iJ1 1 CitfllstlVrfcSSE S OUOOOCOCOfOH luooootUUonnvn PVV Useful Presents IWe are Headquarters for Santa Claus We are Loaded from Cellar to Gar ret with Useful Holiday Presents Beautiful Smoking Jackets from Alfred Benjamin Co Beautiful AquaProof Rain Coats from Alfred Benjamin Co 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latter part of March and after taking about a halfpint of the VitasOre Glixer my nerves were as steady as when I was 10 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 Vine Ore which my wife brought me from your house After 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 year ago over the same work It is the grandesUmedicinc in the world and I want everybody in themountains to know what it did for me so they may try it Hoping every one who has that tired feeling incident to old age will buy VitajOre of you and give it a fair trial I remain thankfully yours for putting me on to this remedy JAMES LACY I can vouch for every word Mr Lacy says in the above I am his wife and bought the medicine of Mr Cooper for him though I did not have much faith in it because we had tried ro 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