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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f J iq ZS ADVERTISING RATES I ft o tI I f Column I year WIt0I 00 ij i year r oo ti 4 1 l 2 Indies 1 year 10 lilIlIoIllIltlIIenlslate ninl Ir 7 fI a l officer+ SIi1114 oiimy oilieeni td5l N Town officers II1tall on cam j j Ij dates or ip 1itiia write iits IIi e yliitnirif tpi V iiaredbyul sealine whore ci llb J J U furnished same as Ideal tIIIIIH Pt1 J tt Zu ITHE HAZEL GREEN HERALD= = Established March 4 1885 Made Famous In the Story of to Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell =SEVENTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 27 1902 NUMBER 32 rKNCKIl COOTKU tneI u I I I Altrnyn In Ailvnnc I The Kind You nave f beenillnrtnhn o uu U OIL and leas been inado under his personal supervision since its infancy Allow no one to ilrawSvn vmi in tlilu tEXJlcrimcntsi ofInfiuttsExperiment What is CASTORIA Parekcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcoticr substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays 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hitherto seemed so desir ablo wrote home telling them to expect me tho next tiny For I thought to myself that in their company and in watching tho happiness their now wealth could procure for them I should be able to deaden the voce of conscience Already it seemed to me tho servants were oyoing mo with sus picion and must be talking about me behind my back Doubtless they did think my behavior strange in going to Linden Court at all and oh how I began to long that I had never done so They overwhelmed mo with care land affection at homo my moth er commiserated with and wopt over mo while around me on every side were evidences of the money to which wo had no right anti on the tablo at each meal luxuries that choked mu as if they wore Dead Son apples for between me and these things rose continually the fingers ofa dead mans hand holding before my eyes tho inscription This is tho last will and testament of me William Repton It was LO wonder that under theso circumstances I grow palo and thin for neither my brother my mother nor allY one else could1 guess at my secret trouble And when tho doctor who was called in suggested change of scene I si lanced him by saying that my nbn senco was impossible considering tho condition my legal affairs were in The estate of an intestate is not wound up so easily But the consolation I had proposed to myself in watching tho increase of comfort for my family failed The voice of conscience would not be silenced because my mothers mourning was made in velvet old satin and she could drivo out every day Xor was it stilled by tho fact that the boys were at Eton and Annie and Muriel at Cheltenham while Rob could go to the theater every night if he chose noel drive to and from his office wherein aai William Repton had promised he had now a much better appoint mmtin a hansom All at once in the dead of night a now thought occurred to mo I could make some amends for what I had done I would earn my own living I would not touch another penny of that accursed money for myselfMy might have it all to themselves but I would none of it 4I would sell tho jewels that were mine give the money to tho poor dud by good works make my pence with that dreadful haunting Nemesis who stood in my dark creed1 for God I sat up wide awake in bod pushing the heavy hair from my damp brows and then another idea came I would write to Miss Hurst and ask herifshe had not succeeded in finding a companion if she would try mo Then and there I got up and wrote that letter saying that for private reasons I was determined i not to touch any more of my late husbands money and was therefore desirous of earning my own living camIe It had parted by mutualconsent and1 sho was quite willing if I desired to try me if I were content with the salary she offered 20 pounds I was more than content and1 thought for a while I had lulled1 my conscience to sleep Not till1 all arrangements were made did I acquaint my mother and Rob with what I had done and then tho1 they protested and argued and j did all they could to prevent me they soon found my folly Itas they called it proof against all It was not till I was turning out my possessions in preparation for departure that it flashed across I rightsIshowered upon me if sold would havo brought us in a competency j that ensured us all 1 livingi comfort and me- niii wouldthave j remorse be g nu again to work in me and that was my last hour of even compar alive peace When the thousands for which tho pearls and other things were placed to my credit at the bank iinstead of devoting the money to charity as I had at first proposed I let it accumulate there with the iidea of bestowing it on Godfrey Knight should ho ever turn up Of course hOt or any other of William Reptons next of kin had been advertised for For as the lawyer told mo should they appear to claim tho property since ho had died intestate the other halfwould go to them instead of to tho crown Of course ho nor any one else had put in a claim by tho time I wont to take up my residence with Vise Hurst CHAPTER V Very soon in that mental and moral atmosphere different from the one which I had hitherto been breathingi a desire grew upon mo tto atone for tho wrong I hind done and to workout my own salvation by a religion of my own creation an imitation of that daily lived by Miss Hurst and built upon the shifting sands of my own imagina tionWith this idea I begun to accompany her in all her attend ances at church on Sundays and ook days anti took part in all her ministrations to the poorin vis iting in clothing in feeding in giving work with this difference that whereas sho wrought allshe did for love of God and her follow beingsI I thought as Isay to steno for my own sins and workout my own salvation for myself At last one day coming back ffrom performing an errandof mercy Miss Hurst had delegated tto mo I found her to my perplex ityi conversing on equal terms with a soldier in tho uniform of a pri vats whom she introduced to me as sho might any gentleman guest I was quite used to her having iall sorts and conditions of iiin her house but sho always treated them according to the distinc tion in rank Christianity is not icalled upon to ignore fo long as it duly recognizes our common brotherhood Mr Cooper is an old friend of imine Margaret said Miss Hurst ringing for tea We have had most interesting talk He has been abroad for a good many years Your friend is puzzled to find you entertaining a lowly private I expect he said smiling while Ihe regarded mo with a peculiarly in tent gaze all his own Think not I am what I appear Mrs Rep ton In a silly boyish freak I enlisted and have had to bent th penalty of my indiscretion like many another What was it that struck me as familiar about this Mr Cooper 7 The name was not uncommon but I had an uncemfortablo sense of something I would rather not recognize Have I ever met you before I asked inquisitively Nol think notIt he answered with that steadfast glance which yet was not one in any way to re sent though several times I felt it resting on me when I was not looking towards him Then Miss Hurst questioned me concerning the old man I had been visiting and in the midst of my answer tea was brought in You are looking tired Marga retlsaid my kind andever thoughtful friend Harry give this tea to Mrs Repton He rose at once with an spots gy saying I beg your pardon It is so long since I have been in a drawing room orwith ladies that j I have quite forgotten my manners Nevertheless I noticed as ho gave me my cup that his hands worn white and well formed and andIiin profile while he talked to Miss j J Hurst I tried in vain to romem- 1 ber what rondo its handsome dev out features seem familiar Ton over I was about to make some excuse to leave tho two old friends but Miss Hurst antic gated me Do not leave us Margaret unless 1 you would prefer to be alone We exchanged all our little confi tierces this afternoon did wo not Harry she said with her pretty smileQuite so he replied with an answering ono And then glanci- ngi towards the piano said beseechingly CONTINUED NEXT t1 EEK1 A Profitable Investme- ntII troubled for about seven years with my stomach and in bed half my time says E Domick Somerville lad Ispent about 1000 and never could got anything to help me until I tried Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure I have taken a few bottles andam entirely well You dont live by what you eat but by what you digest and assim ilate If your stomach doesnt dii gest your food you eta really starv ing Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does tho stomachs work by digestinf tho food You dont have to diet eat all you want Kodol Dyspep sin Cure cures all stomach troub les II F PIEUATT Senator Plntt of Connecticut believes that Providence has ap pointed America solo agent to civilize tho world Milwaukee Sentinel Children Especially Liable Burns bruises and cuts are ex tremely painful und if neglected1 often result in blood poisoning Children are especially liable to suchmishaps because not so care ful As a remedy DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is unequalled Draws out tho fire stops tho pain soon heals the wound Beware of coun terfoits Sure cure for piles Do Witts Witch Hazel Salvo cured1 my baby of eczema after two phy sicians gave her up writes June Mock N Webster Ind The sores were so bad she soiled two t five dresses a day H F PIEKATT Good United States will bo th Gorman court language while H horsNoteYork World Henry Pieratt bought all the picture frames the agent of th Chicago Portrait Co had loft ovP and is selling them 50 per ten cheaper than the agent sold them The number is limited and if yo want one youd better move in hurry as they are going like hot tfaNow that Mr Bryan has a 400 heifer he may yet insist on the free coinage of Jersey butter At lanta Journal You cannot buy standard pianos organs buggies sowing clocks watches and jewelry as cheap any whore else as you cnn aned you will be convinced You do not have to risk your money with mail order houses tf J T GEVEDON It requires no second glance to discover that tits Schley case is as open as everChicago Record Herald THE HERALD and Monthly World one dollar a year in advance WE SA1C CDAMNRB t a PIllS To ours SICK HEADACHE HABITUAL CONSTIPATION- and all diseases arising from In digestion They will purify your blood and tnakayouroomplaxlonl n as FAIR AS A LILY They are aelatlnoeatad PUCE 25 CENT Sjjd by J Id Bose Htuxll Green Ky F h Colds ii I had a terrible cold and could t hardly breathe I then tried Ayers I Cherry Pectoral and it gave me im j reliefj Layton Sided III I coughbeably For its first a cold then a cough then bronchitis or pneumonia and at last consumption Coughs always tend downward Stop this downward tendency by taking Ayers Cherry Pec toral Tkrc dies zsc SOC it All drenfcto Conialt gone doctor If he take Itaye then do u lie ur If he t you b i- to take II then dont take It He knows leaTeltrtltl- CAYEUCOLowellMeaaJ Rewards For Law Violators Governor Beckham has offered rewards of 400 each for the ar rest and conviction of Lee Turner owner of tho notorious Quarter House in Bell county James Hopper and Charles M Drye and l200 each for tho other unknown who with those named fired n sheriffs posse and killod Deputyt Charles Cecil 200 each for the throe masked men who at Fulton several days ago dragged Bill Doo ley an inoffensive negro from lL home anti murdered him Officer t11 Potts and hard Roasley have been arrested at Fulton charged with the killing of Dooley Pale Puny Children- If a child has a bad smelling breath iif it habitually picks itsi 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 iit Mothers Worm Syrup and you will remove quicklyThen digotlieu better Price only 25 cents No other worm killer so effective 1mentioning No Names Bahtendah said tho courtly gentleman with the flowing mtt littlo0 watah if you ploasoI wish to swallow this pill friened who hind stepped up in time to 1liar the requostUdo you need water to take a pill with Yes suh the Colonel replied but I aint so badelf as tome pillrto withCincinnatEnquirer Trialh I TI introduce it andobtaiu agents tic idoreigned firm will send n few f I heir Electric Belts on triall on t a i lloving terms 100 toI be 1 iM in sat days if the Bolt proves benefitoalnnd the balance 200 to bo iilaicl in sixty days if tho Bolt effects n cure These Belts are n positive euro for Rheum troublse Stomach sail Livor trouble Aeth ma etc Address at once GERMAN ELECTRIC AGENCY tf PO Box 1874New York NY Tho action of Senator J Embry Allen of Fayotto county in vo ing against Lexington in tho cap ital removing fight has aroused a storm of indignation at Lexing ton Allens action knocks tho props from under Lexington and it is conceded the matter will not bo submitted to tho people Dont Live Together Constipation and health never go together DeWitts Little Risers promote easy action of tho bowels without distress I have been troubledwith costivoness 9 years says J 0 Greene Depauw Indl I have tried many remedies but Little Early Risers give boat re sults H F PIEUATT No fear need be entertained that royalty will obtain a permanent foothold in America Colonel Bryan will not stand for itStLouis GlobeDemocrat Vitate Ore will relieve you of all aches and pains Agents wanted 8Apply to or address with stamp Sponcer Cooper Hazel Green IiIIIIIIIII 4 i B SUBSCRIPTION e RATES B One year in advance100S- ix months 55 H S fSingledate after your name you are paid to 10 days before time is IIThewhen give changed renewing postoffice letter should or or be hank to iDdicateSI su II COUNTY + DIRECTORY HAZEL GREEX POLICE COURT I HDF riEKATT Judge J Ill1 NICKELL Marshall W 1I t DAVISI I Joiiv M HOSE 0 CIRCUIT CC UnTo inSeptemberFourthMonday DAVID B REDWINEJ Judge CommontvealthsAttorneyj i j C 0 HANKS Trustee Jury Fund 0COUNTY COURT moothGJudgeWA T Codas Sheriff AttorntyISAAC AssessorJoiiFRANK SAMIU Coroner- MAGISTRATES tt- o COURTS TIME OK HOLDING AND OFFICIALS f FIRST DISTRICT ELIAS SHOCKEV holdinfcourtcourtSECOND RosElItisFebruary Megtoi Court days Second Friday in February May August and November i FOURTH DISTRICT n R LEGO Magistrate Wsi SPENCER Constable a MarchJuntisFiCIIA3IRJiagiER8 VJD- II jBASK Constable Court days Third Friday art February May August and November RoLINMagistrate MarchJune OrnER1t a no time for holding court Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect Oct 20 1901 j EASTBOUND t1 No 20No4t STATIONS Daily ex Daily ex Sunday Sunday LTeLexingtooWinchester 2 fs5 pui 8 15 am ameClay City 3 10 pm 9 13 am 3 51 pm 9 23 am StautouI 4 20 54 am pmI1031 08 lleattyve Jc 14 56 pm10 29 amII Jacksou 00 prnjl 30 WEST BOUND No1 No3ISTATIONS Daily exDuily ex SuncJaySunday i i Jacksou 16 25 nmj 1 20 pm pmTorrent pnNatpmStantoupmClaypmLSEJuncnI pmLeziegton10 MlJlagerCDAST It MOKGAN 8 P A 0 Ie E BRANCH Time Table in Effect January 1 1902 EAST POUND WEST BOUND No 22 No21 Daily ex STATIONS Daily ex Sunday Sunday a nnarr p mlev 9 15 am Tack on 1 CO pm 9 40 am 01 K Junction 105 pm 8 15 am Wilhuret 1 55 pm- S 30 awRamptoo 2 10 pm 7 13 am Lee City 3 00 pm 7 35 atuHelechawa 3 10 pm 7 00 am Canuel City w 3 45 pm M L OXLEY Superintendent 1 LOUISVILLE I TIN AND STOVE COMPANY Jobbers and Dealers i- nSTORESt a i cIaLOUISVJLLEtKY I R 1frDILLER BENNETTi i JWHOLESALE r 11ITRNITllREiiliili The Largest Exclusive 527 W Hale StyWholettale Furniture Healer in the South LOUISVIlle Ity REH BEVERSON CO WS01I3A1B SADDLEaT508512 W MAIN BTKESfT KyTou13vlr KY dJ f ft 1F i E IE1UL r It SPENCER COOPER it HAZEL CHEE7J KY THURSDAY February 27 100r N i t LIKE a shock from nn electric battery wo received on Mondayf evening the news that our friondI and colaboror J II Caraway founder and propriotor of the Morgan County Messenger had1 died on Saturday afternoon lastt Mr Caraway had been an invalid i for Bomo three years past during which time ho was confined to his homo with consumption Some r ton years ago he came to West f Liberty from West Virginia and1 withanother gentleman founded1 tho Messenger The situation was anything but bright and his part ner withdrew from tho firm and1 t sought another field of labor Mr Caraway was however undaunted j and determined to overcome allI obstacles Prom that timo to the x day of his death it vas a struggle r to keep tho paper going and th wolfo from tho door and many times he could hardly make both ends meet nutl he had cast his lot with tho mountain people and1 r the star of hope before him heldI i4 r him to his purpose to battle for r their interests When he coin l no longer give tho paper IHS nctly attention ho directed affairs from c his sickroom and a daughter an son did tho mechanical work barely ekeiug out a precarious exis tence That ho gave ten of the best years of his life to the people of Morgan county will not F be questioned During life he was iilOtappreciated though now you 1willhear his praises sung b by every t ono Alas why could not this thayebeen while lie was in the flea and when it would havo enable- him to do by them a better part ts But now his labors are at an en- f l and let us hope that in that etlme- n i reupiugii his reward He leaves a wife and several children and the people of West Liberty and Morgan county should pay off his debts refit th office and placo it in the hands his son that they may havo a dt- t t cent Such testimonialr t= support a would be much better than u mon I ument of finest marble and wo we hope to hear that they have J done so THE appropriation bill of Fed1 oral employes just passed by the house for tho next fiscal year provides for an increase of nearly five hundred officeholders not to t mention an increase of salary fo + s z some of the old ones If the people like this sort of extravagance they can elect another republican congress this year But we have u wontaI r TimE government has finished it case against Neely and the court adjourned for a week to give his counsel time to examine the doc hiusPerhaps a verdict will bo reached1 x some time during tho life of tho present generation NEVEUTHELESS and notwithstanding 1 r Princess Alice Roosevelt iis 1slatedfor attendance at King Ed1 1I wdrds coronation Of course this will be pleasing to the plain people of this country and theyllI show their pleasure by their votes As TilE Danish West Indies will treatyforthe senato and tho 5000000 to pay for thom be appropriated by the house wo suggest that they be = called Republican Folly Islands I delegate3 SecretaryHays them have been saying in plain words that tho conference was bar ren of results which is strictly true I ST TILE senatorial ATOtI working over timo to got the peoI pie muddled on that Isthmiaii cantllquestion T w i 611SISecretnry Russian Minister our attitude to ward the Russian grab in Man churia If ho did tho Russian Minister has a scoop on our own people correctrthere is less enthusiasm among our Gormanborn citizens over time reception of Prince Henry than in any other class Perhaps this i because they have good memo riesIEwtd NIXON Tammanys new loader iis already showing that his no amateur in tho game of poli tics Ho is confident that one term of tho alleged reform government will bo enough to last tho Now Yorkers a long tines WilY did tho department of ins mice mako its investigation of Tudgo Xoyes and his conduct of the V S Court in Alaska a star chamber affair Tho people havo 11 right to know the full facts in such cases TAVTS talo of tho Philippines was too dull to ho dramatized am too long to ho read So time unfor tunato senators who had to listen to it will bo tho only persons who will over know what it was all 1about PAUTiPANsiiir gives way to tho wavo of sympathy furlIr an Mrs Roosevelt in their trouble May their son regain his health 0the universal wish TIIK G A Ralso knows that 1this is congressional year Thai- why it iis asking that house com mitteo to investigate Pension Com missioner Evan- saWHEN it was nude plain to thee republican house leaders that iit was no Cuban tariff concessions illno more oflicial pie they promised tho concessions Ix addition to the Foraker light Senator Hanna has a newly en gal daughter on his hands uo to mention an occasional dash of the gout WHEXEVEK things get a little leths becomedtrapped just for the fun of fooling hitud rEGIAD has uncovered enough crookedness to show that swin dling army contractors aro not monopolized by tho U S pluimilktboy no iof nobility to distinguish then front ordinary men OR FEN N EPCS GOLDEN RELIEFI cu1riCURES ANY GRIP- e UISES COLDS SPRAINS OROacnms PAINSTINGS SOREntllOAT NEURALGIA COLIC INSIDE OB OUT OIARRMCEA SDniooitts In 1 to 3 minutes 2jc50cJJ Sold by 11 F 1ieratt Hazel Green Ky Helen Kellers Own Story of Herr Life Ilelou Keller time remarkable deaf dumb and blind girl who has not only learned to talk but enjoys every privilege of those who hear and see has just finished1 writing with her own hands times story of her remarkable life for The Ladies Home Journal In this she describes first awakening uito the realization of life and the world and all that both contain her first impressions and feelings and emotions and tho first rays understanding that came to her From that point she tells of the unfolding of her mental and phys ical powers how she learned to think and act how she received instruction and finally became capable of acquiring an education which places her among the best educated women of her age in tho 1world today It is a wonderful story wonderfully told It will begin in the April number of Tho Journal FOR SALEA scholarship in tho Commercial College of Kentucky applicationlatsave several dollars tf IDr 111 Thomas of West Liberty was called hero this week to son his nephew Tommie Daniel who is confined to his bed with rheumatism whore he has been fora weeKpnst and his father Auint Daniel is acting as his sub stitute in the West Liberty mill whore ho will have to remain until Tommy recovers or Dr Thomas returns yK Uncle Harry Hart Whilo hauling hay last Thursday afternoon Uncle Harry Swan go was thrown from the wagon falling between tho horses onto tho tongue and thence to the ground Fortunately ho fell into a shallow ditch and although the wagon passel over him it did him no serious harm Ho was picked jup unconscious and then it was i discovered that he had a bad cut 3jam tho forehead two or three inches which ran down through his right brow and required four stitches to close ho was also bruisedabout tho left breast Dr Center was called andI attended his wounds sinco which ho has been getting on nicely Rut it was a narrow es I henIrailed that ho would not surviveI I the shock He is an octogenarian plus several years and this is the first timo a doctor was over sum moned to look after him For 28c iu stamps you can get a i I iree trial of Wilsons Tobacco Cure Has cured thousands 1ConrlVlLSONf30y Calvert Texas In Memoriam Jofferson Stitt Stamper who died Jan 20 1902 was born MarchI G 1819 His funeral was preached by Prof Cord at the Christian red mains repose in the Hazel Green daughtersMrs W T Caskey he leaves a brother Eli Stamper of Virginia and a sister Mrs Caroline Stacy surs vives him and with her daughter Mrs Joo Slimp a grandson Ed Coulter four grandchildren of the Slimp family and four great grandchildren live at Neosho Mo His was a ripe old age and he line gone to his reward Keep It in Your Home Andwhen the bowels fail to sec property take a dose of LYONS LAXATIVB SYRUP It acts gently but effectually on keeptyour system good workingInller tunic your complexion clear Sold by J C Stamper Grassy Creek A private letter to her sister Mrs John II Rose of this plnco brings tho news that Mrs C E French mice Malley James of New Bedford Illwas on Tuesday week pleasantly surprised by time receipt of a new and very handsome sewing machine the gift of the members of the Christian church at that place of which her husband is tho pastor and other ad miring friends of tho community Malloy is a favorite wherever she goes and Ed French is just as highly esteemed as she- WANTEnTrustworthy men and women to travel and advertise for finanIIcialNo canvassing required Give references and enclose sefa dressedIstamped envelope Address Mana ger 355 Caxton Bldg Chicago tfr Merchants throughout the mountains are invited to read the ad f S M Wilson representing Flo S Co wholesale grocers of Lex ingtou and when they need any thing in his line to give him their orders You owe it to yourselves to patronize those who help sup port your home paper and if alll citizens would do likewise the pa per would bo much better When you havo head ache or bySl H F Pieratt Hazel Green tf Pileme Cures PilesI Money refunded if it ever fails SAM M WILSON BEPKE8BXTINO FLOOD CO UJROLGSALS + GROWER LEXINGTON KY Solicits the trade of mountain merchants and will gualantee prices and promp- tnessIVaiflea6000 men TO BUYTIto Great i ti Bran 11- 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Fevers Jutseason SEVEn FAUSI Mild Laxative Splendid Tonic j Dont Mibatllutr At UrucRlrt Shuttle 1Itlr A11Eu sty SUCCKSSWOUTII KNOWING Forty v ears success in South proves lJuchcsToniea great remedy i i for Chills Stall malarial fryers IWABrTEDIl aI j RELIABLE MAN for Manager of Oflice we wish to open in thin vicinity Here is a good upi portunity right man Kindly give good reference when writing NoiseodCINCINNATI O HoyIllustrated Ic tamps 00000000000000000000000000 J EVERY PAIR OF gl TIGER PANTS 8- g Made Perfect Fit Full in Seat 2 Will 8 STAC SHIRTS 8 For81DeUer81 g5OXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX3000000 H GK ROBINSON BEATTYVILLE KY General Salesman for R M HUGHES C0j LOUISVILLE KY Manufacturers of HighQrade Vinegar CiderSolicits orders from the merchants of the mountains guarantees satisfaction mail order receive prompt attention SlIver Wganaotto Eggs I have for sale now Silver Wyandotte Eggs at 100 13 I These Are Thoroughbred Buy a setting raise some THOROUGH BRED and you no longer satisfied with the COMMON STOCK First call first served ROBERT I CORD Hazel Green MENDELWEINSTOCK CO RATS827e28 LOUISVILLE KY jjw 1M Established m 1865 COMMISSION MERCHANTS I TIIK OF G1IellosSkeeand I CO Union Stock Yards have an lit All no Oil LIRl A ST1I7CII IX TIMK Suns nut I Inches Tonic taste earlyEpriugFall Malarial the liver and tone tip the system as for and what tau need at this mr Nervous Sedative Try It take any or anil 81 the j for the catalogue 8 in and Leg and Not Rip 0 + 81 9 Are O and A will for CHICKENS will be 33 Ky FOIl FCrtrts on Cure Guaranteed ROBSNSONPETTET COINCOKrOltATKU LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY I VlTCHIanythingbut1 toIA 1000 WATCH- is just a hundred times better 1Step in and sec that Thin Model Gold I jlillllZenllelJlftllS Watch were selling at 1000 We have others lower 1 and highcl priced i FRED J HEINTZf Manufacturing Jewelerii Fast Main St near Postofllce B LEXINGTON i KYj S uItI8iOllnfGD i Manufacturers and Jobbers o- fMENS be CHILDRENS BOYS CLOTHINGI 607 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY Situations Secured orgradoaltlorluitioanuooed aI once formsmmtmmm Business CollegesLcshrllle Hootton Tex Cotambci Ga PIctmoadVs elrmingham Alm JacksontlI fla t imiw1 y Cheapest Store On Earth Quality of Gouda Considered f iaFa- IIIALIIt PATTI IX tJJ Mw r 1vt B j81J n Live Stock Country Produce d FEEDf STABLE 1 Horses Hacks Buggies e for hire at all times and charges reasonable LUlWBEHHough Dressed mIll Tongue anti Grooved All lkinds for sale 5QOQG feetyet to dispose of at living lprices TA ES Iorr January 1 1I0S to make settlement in full Dontt delay or it youYourtm PIERATT t8 Wjj HOLIDAY GOODS V ANTA CLAUSESlarge 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 wonder fill lot of toys and jimcracks ever seen in Hazel Green Ftact Candies Toys Dulls ninth everything pretty will be found there ill profusion umtl nil new and chtllpso cheap that everybody may buy fIG IlT IS jOlJiJ mill Oil are invited to look before you leap NWANTED J Ccciigwill pay 60 Cents a Bushel in trade Call at once i J THe Gfiristmas ilells DIe Binnino1 tAnd1iughecmtse at A I THE DAY MILLINERY a may be found everything in style On our bells are pie F tuned other bells whose beau ty can only be enhanced bya 1 stylish hat from this bazar of fashion where may be had Ill 4 the wraps jackets etc Everything at the lowest prices quality considered s s I intendtoline do not fail to call at once 1 SOES Ihaveproportion Remember this is for CASH ONLY t- iTHEJ 1VIft ROSEPEOPLES FRIEND 1 Oi c IfflZEl GREEN C DEmI AND PREPARATORY 00 SCHOOL n J1 J1NORrIAL 00 present term began September 3 oftimeThe Second Session begins JANUARY I1t 1902 t jarA thorough practical school for young men and cademicCommercialDepart Snout Every Teacher is a GRADUATE l 1 Laiuon SI500 for 38 Week Iloanl 8300 per Week For particulars write W H C01U1 Principal t rwx s A ciI I I Few are entirely free from H- It mfy develop bO slowly as to catrso Utte If any disturbance during the vlK Je period of chlMhotM It may tiara KivSacc Irregularity cf the Etumsch SL bnwl tlyriujtiIa ciilnrrli and tkc1 luliwy to consumption before insfi a Itself to much cutaneous eruption or ui idiUr svevur ti It is best to be sure that you are quite t frcc from it rvl for Its complete eradica tion you can rtly on k Hoods Sarsaparilla The best of all metlit Ines for all humors THE HEiMD Born on Monday to till wife of John Cecil of Grassy a girl SM Wilson on Monday bought F of Charley M1 Rose the Guilders bay horse for S5 d cnshII For Take Irois LnxxtA escntlI IlullrminloMMrcn It enautlotakeaudtkrfI f fectljliariultrssuiiJerallurcuuisilanciii IncfJ- i cold by 1 C Siam per liiatsy Crcrk- S M Wilson representing Flood t Co grocers of Lexington was t in town Tuesday a guest of John M Rose The many friends of Mrs Ke becca Finch neo Woodwill regret to hear that she is and for two or three months has bleu in r ill health Fred Day is confined to his bed r with inflammatory rheumatism He first complained about ten j days ago and finally had to quit his business WHEN YOU aro fcelinjf tired and of sorts you will find hoods Sarsnpanlla will do you wonderful good Be Euro to GET HOODS 7 Arbury Swango and family trill- on Friday romovo from tho Nan ij nie Kash farm just below Hazel y Stephensyfarm on Slate just below Cham bers station which he purchased about a year agoiThe wife of Doc Warfiold the illness of whom was mentioned in these columns last week died on Friday morning last and herdeath was preceded by tho death of her 11day old baby eight hours before 1 Rout Me Lin on Saturday traded his sorrel saddlo maro to jS E 1 Vaughn for a roan horse 15 hands high and booted Mr Vuighn with a 20 bill Tho horse hJ trad ed for howeverni one a and will make a fine roadster 1 Tao Day IIouso is again enjoying its oldtimo prostigo since mino hostess MrsI Lou Diy as smned is niatuigemunt and the j culinary department is up in date with all that the market affords a Mrs Day knows how to entertain Miss Laurel Wilson of GiI moro and Miss Louo Nickel who lives 1 with Dick Russell and wife paid THE HEKALU home a pleasant call t ou Monday afternoon and the first named subscribedsaying that t i life is exceeding dull without the l paperThe Taylor Hurst coal bank on Johnson fork of Frozen creek has been on fire for three weeks today 1Theparties who are operating the j gotAan engine and boiler last week r 1and aro now Hooding the mine withwater in the hope of subdu ing the flame The Lexington Herald notes that g the following citizens of towns nearby to Hazel Green have joined the U S army at that place viz H W Reed Lykins James L Duff Jackson and J K Candill Caney They have not yet been t assigned to regiments with which they will serve Miss Ida Cecil the daughter of our friend and fellowcitizen Os car Cecil had a very severe spell ofsickness during the past week but through the skill of Drs Center z and Nickell she is now improving nicely She was threatened with fever of a malignant type and her family and friends wore very anxious about her TICnskoytor and his bettor seveneighths for a quart of tho most delightful chow chow pickle it has been our pleasure to partake of for many a long day Among pickle makers Mrswould take the premium for this especial kind iif the judge had tho same tasto as ourselves P EXERCISES IN COMPOSITION Among Pupils Under Prof Noah AcademyIAn imaginary conversation between Fall and Spring by Waller Perry age 13 in room Xo I of Hazel Green academy Dec It tout Spring Friend fall you look so dullyou have not a green robe to wrap yourself in or the green leaves and buds which call the birds to build their homes under my bough- sFallAll friend spring you are not yot so beautiful as I My red and golden leaves are going ono by one to the earth to protect the plants from the cold winters faithjfulbreast gathering in his golden treasuresSpringYes and what can you see of mo When I throw out thenIthoflowers begins to peep and tho frogs are croaking in the ponds The boys and girls are pulling off their shoos and wade in my crystal waters FalltlIow glorious it is to have the schoolboy walking over mo and going on to a noble character and a prosperous lift The birds are now Hocking together and flying to a warmer climate as they fly through my bainy air troy look like a flock of angels flying on their way to heaven And as I gradually float down the river of time my crest is hardened and covered with a white robe and tho squirrels are laying away their winter hoard at tho root of some mossy tre- eSpringFriend fall I am able to say that I am buisier than you You can see tho farmer plowing in my earth and planting his corn andsowing his oats building fences and setting out his orchar- dFallI have only one word to say and that is this The farnier1 now is gathering corn and tho birds aro flying south and tho busts aro all repairing homes for winter and I fall asleep to sleep one year SPUING BUDS Stella Manker 11 years of age fur grammar at Hazel Green acadetuyi February 17 IIOOno morning in tho early spring I awoke to hear the birds singing and tho warm sun pouring in at my window I opened wide the doors and windows then out down tho walk and then the most beau titul sight met my eyes While I had been sleeping every little spring flower and grass had boon coming creeping peeping from under their winter cover to meet the warm sun rays Then began the sweet hopo of expectancy what kind of flower will it be and ioh 1 how wo watch tho little tiny nose peep out more and more every day until the full grown flower is before us but the flower isnt to us as tho hud for a few days and its gone but wo fly to anothwr hid antI watch with the samo sweet hope of pleasure as tho first and it seems as though electricityI revivesta new that was almost witheredand dead So children as we aro but buds growing each day into the full grown flower while our pa rents friends and teachers are hoping watching anxiously to see what kind of flower we make So let us all try to bloom out into a perfect flower Circumstances Altor Cases In cases of dyspepsia nervousness catarrh rheumatism eruptions etc the circumstances may be altered by purifying and enriching the blood with Hoods Sarsaparilla Try it Hoods Pills cure biliousness headache Dr Cope and brother of Breath itt county were guests of tho Day House to dinner on Monday They wero on route to McCausoy to see their father who is 80 years old and was not expected to live In deed they intimated that they might return with his corpse Charley Rose on Saturday trad ed his gray mule to Robert Child ers of Stillwator for a bay saddle and harness horse booting Mr Childers with 1750 cash Tho horso is S years old stands 15 hands 2 inches General Agents Wanted to sell Prof Longs Magnetic Combs Thoy remove dandruff cure scalp ailments and check falling hair rtwrTmtanTfthablo and will not I freak Everybody wants them II good proposition to hustlers Send jfor terms Outfit six styles in a plush case 200 Ladles Dressing Comb 50c Gentlemens Toilet Comb 40c both 75c Write today Magnetic Comb Co 316t Pekin Ill h i i r I ICODE OF PRACTICE Adopted by Onr Local Physicians i I physiciansItoII of medicino in this community I From this time forward you will have to pay for call trips in town or out of town 100 and 50c for each additional milo and I 500 for obstotricks and 25c fortt extracting teeth We dont mean simply to charge these prices but wo mean to have them or not do so muchriding and if you dont mean to comply I with these rules you need not come after us I We cant buy your stuff nor your labor without somo agree mont as to how and what you shall receive at tho timo of purchase Is our labor and money worth less than yours Wewantall men knowing thom selves to be owing us to come in and mako settlement and save us j of trouble as well as yourselves We are notpracticing medicine for fun nor for our health and as you all well know every doctor that has lived hero in the past has left here in worse condition financially than he was when he came here We dont mean this as an insult to those who pay in a reasonable time but to those who are recur ing our time and labor from our families If you dont moan to Spay us for Gods sake dont come after us We are ready to answer I calls at any time day or night to all ofour good Thanking customerstt we remain yours sincerely G M CENTER A C NICKELL Drs J M WALDECKI CASTORIAj i i For Infants and Children The Kind You Haw Always Bought Bears theiSignature of Wo are glad to noto the convn1 j loscence of nil our sick people and tho fever which pus prevailed some time past is abating orI P Cecil after spending his honeymoon of several weeks in bed wrestling with typhoid fever has passed the crises and is now on the road to recovery and his many friends hope to soon see him again at his post in charge of our post j oflice and central phono office j Will was very fortunate ill having such an excellent nurse as his t doff voted young wifeClinch News Henry Ward a young business i man of Hazel Green Ky has been in charge of tho post office and central telephone oflice during the illness of our Post Master W P CecilClinch Valley Vows Slop the Blight It is a sad thing to see fine fruit trees spoiled by the blight You can always tell them from the rest They never do well afterwards but stay small and sicklyIt I worse to see a blight strike children Good healthI I is the natural right ofchildren But some of them dont getjt their rights While the rest grow big and strong one stays small andweak Scotts Emulsion can stopI that blight There is no reason why such a child should staysmall Scotts Emulsion is a medicine with lots of strength in itthe kind of strength that makes things growScotts Emulsion makesI catIplay Give the weak child a i chance Scotts Emulsion will make it catch up with the rest This picture represents the Trade Mark of Scotts Emulsion and is on the wrapper of every bottle r Scad for free sample SCOTT Be BOWNE 409 Pearl St New York Soc and JI an druggists i i1 Why We Had No Paper Week before last we tailed to is sue a paper because the paper house from which we purchase ourI TorIIrentI Tho distance is practically tho same from Torrent and McCausey j but at tho time no sort of vehicle could get up the Torrent hill Hence we had to wait On the shipment the freight to McCausey would have been 90 cents to Tor rent it was 111 From McCausey it would have been 55 cents From Torrent intro it was 89 cents In I brief wo had to pay 2 freight from Cincinnati to Hazel Green on about 180 pounds and beside lose an issue of the paper through tho carelessness of a shipping clerk And all this tho result of being isolated from a railroad While we charge only the same that Mt Sterling papers charge the additional freights we have to pay lessens our profits quite per ceptibly and tho people should appreciate the fact by giving us a more liberal support If they will do so we will give thom THE BEST PAPER IN KENTUCKY This is a broad assertion but we will make it good if tho people will but give us their support Ben Hargis Killed at Jackson During an altercation in theIj wholesale whiskey house of John A Bailey Co at Jackson twoII weeks ago last night at 8 oclockII the 18th Tom Cockrell shot nod wounded Ben Hargis romjj the effects of which ho died Thursjj day night following at 8 oclockIj In the same melee Hargis shot Cockrell who is recovering from his wounds The Hustler printed 21 hours after did not mention j the affair and the News gives no particularsII Morphine for 14 y ars and always success I ful Send to Com WILSON f30y Calv rt Texas J I This o lice last week printed bills for John M Henrys horso i and jack which will make the senI son at Bushton Ill Tho horso is I a fine example of equine excellence l and the mules produced by the jade are fine as any over seen in this country The foals of lastj season sold at an average of 4200 at weaning time ono of them sell ing at 5700 TO Tux DRAY ii A sick lady cured of her deafness and I noises in the head by Dr Nicholson Artificial Ear Drums gave 110000 to hii j Institute BO that deaf people unable to procure the Ear Drums may have them free Address No 4486 The Nicholson Institute 780 Eighth Avenue NtwYork jiI 4lv John M Rose has a complete supply of ladies and gents foot wear of the Arnold brand which is selling at popular prices j For Sale I One Fay No Ssix roll S inch lightning lloorer with beading attachment Ono Fay carriage cutting off saw F BUSH SOS Lexington Ky COUNTY NEWS NOTES iI 0II SUNNY SIDE Creed Oney and Taylor Taulbeo went to Neola Friday- J W Taulbee and son made a business trip to Campton Satur dayCap Hurst of Pear Tree Breath itt county enrolled in school Mon dayJohn Cruey passed through this section Saturday en route to Hazel GreenMort Powell of Powell county was visiting Uncle Rastus Brodks and family last weekIWhile in town Saturday we met with our young friend and school mate Isa Byrd of Grassy Mahal Wells and wife of War Creek Breathitt countyspent part of last week in this vicinity Ye scribe spent Thursday night of last week with Misses Mary and Cordelia Brenneman of your town Mrs E B Oney spent the day with Mrs J W Taulbee of Days bero Monday and enjoyed herself hugelyMisses Nolda DavinAnnie Wheeler Callie Onoy spent Friday an l Saturdayof last week with Mrs Arbury Swango Edgar Taulbee of White Oa enrolled iii school last week andI boards on the heights with hitI Uncle Sam Taulbue Callie Oney and Loula TaulbeeI left last Friday for a protractedl visit to Jackson and other points in Breathitt county i r Died at her home near Daysboro Mrs Linda Warfield last Thursday Her infant child died the day before They were buried together on Laurel Friday Amanda A Spencer the blind daughter of Leo Brooks who has been visiting in this section for sumo time returned to her home on Chnpel Branch last week Fob 25 SUSIK SUNBEAM SWANGO SPRIGS SAYINGS Mrs John Ward of the heights WednesdnyI Green was out to see the sick Sunday- J F Cecil of Grass creek camo up Sunday to see his father law Miss Ava Swango of your town was our guest over Sunday on her way to May townIMany of our sale of John Henry and are pleased with their bargains Courtney and Harry Combs of Campton were welcome visitors n our midst one day this week Harry Cecil and his sister Miss Lilly of Grassy creek and Raleigh Cecil of Ezol who wero withus on that pleasant trip to Lacy creek and other points left for their respective homes Saturday Last Friday while hauling hay Harrison Swango was thrown from tho wagon which was loaded with hay on to tho singletree at his horses feet and rendered uncon scious When ho came to himself again he found that ho had re ceived a three inch gash across tho forehead He did not know that tho wheel struck or run over him but ho suffered with his left shoulder mid breast Dr Centers was quickly summoned and dressed tho wound but he did not think ho had received any internal injury Feb 25 Uxo ALL WOMEN guardianlof a womans health and happi ness from youth to old age It helps her safely into womanhood- It sustains her during the trials of pregnancy childbirth and motherhood making labor easy and preventing flooding and mis carriage It gently leads her periolIWINE OF CARtfUl cures leucorrhoea falling of the irregularityIeveryform every trying period of a womans life It reinforces tho nervous system acts directly on tho genital organs and is the finest tonic for women known Ask your druggist for a 100 bottle of Wino of Canlui Bateavillo Ala July 11 1000 lamming Wine of Cmrdnl and Thed foede BlackDraught and I feel like a- diaereot womaa ahead Several is dies here keep the medicine In their home all the time I have three girl and they are using It with me Irs BATE BROWDER For adrlre and tHtmtnre addrtM siring oi The Chsttanooas YedtdaeCompaar- cluataaoup T- easflour flour flourII- SSSBLT SJLT SSJLT ROBERT P RASH The originator of LOW PRICES is wholesale dealer in FLOUR SALT and solicits the patronage of the merchants of the mountains rWiIl meet any legitimate competition Call on cr writo mo before buy ing ROBT P KASH McCausey Ky werd Pills Thats what you need something to cure your bilious goodkdigestion Ayers Pills are liver pills They cure con stipation and biliousness Gently laxative All drcit an Jt1uDDUJtaebe or txartl beautiful brown or rich black f Then ra8 BIfCa l1IIa4ene4 eruaoarrr a K tt ff t HACANt OTe cJ BOURBONGood I teration drugs crude spirits and other harmful ingredients This is a subject worth looking into for as a necessity a luxury and a plea sure a good stimulant is Import l ant When you want something good send us your orders r Hagans Old Bourbon In Jugs Best California Wines 4 year old 200 per gallon j Sherry per gallon 150 5 year old 225 per gallon Port per gallon 150 0 year old 250 1per gallon Blackberry per gal 125 7 year old 275 per gallon ijCatawba per gallon 125 8 year old 300 per gallon Kelly Island Wines 10 Year Old in Bottles Plain Box Sherry per gallon 125 4 Quarts 300 Port per gnllon125- j Quarts 450 I Blackberry per gallon 100 12 Quarts 900 jCatawba per gallon 100 YOU PAY XPRBSSCHARGBS Send P O RegisteredLetter HAGAN DISTILLING CO 1LEXINGTON KY I IU1d1p1 I 1 IMONTHLY tQQCOIO The Only High Class Monthly at 25c a Year in the 1ft World ppppp tJ tJlztten fates Four Columns to Page tllI Every pare a Magazine In itelh each department edited by one who how every number a mine of knowsI tlon and entertainment un IOOO 04MM1 CONTAINS THE FOLLOWINGt J- DEP4RT2ENTS One Short Story Biographical Tld Bits Popular Science Am teur Photography All the Comforts of ome The Family Lawyer Department of Health The I Editors Half Holida The Quiz Club prize question department The Old Cur losity Shop Sports Gi mea and PastImesIHome Study The C wing Generation The First Thousand and What to DoiWith It practical su ces department i The Story or the Wori When the Days Work Is Done j Sample Copy for tho AskIng Address GOOD TIMES Columbus ooooooo M0 xs e xc S OIIJfTlo above magazine free for G mouths to new Herald r j 101 BJ P I Tl N Q f 1 C ENVELOPES 1 W NOTEHEADS t BILLHEADS t LETTERHEADS SALEBILLS 5 PROGRAMS CIRCULARS CATALOGS MINUTESrrS WWe have = e eaPower Paper Cutter and 40 Years Experience enables us to Court Com parison and Defy Competition WhenJIc you want PRINTING come and see Q us Respectfully c l SPENCER COOPER rQss r 0 0 a ITlt 1- r I OF NEATLY EVERY CHEAPLY DESCRIPTION AND PROMPTLY EXECUTED AT ITUIS OFFICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED INALL CASES 2rf JwJrI Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by tiKidneyW Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor I and cheerfulness soon diisppscr when the kid J arc of orderI or diseased iC I Kidney trouble has so prevalent fhforu1 afflicted with weak kid neys If the child urln ates ttoo often if the i urine scalds the flesh or If when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage it is yet afflicted withGbedwetting depend upon it the the difficulty is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these important organs i unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and net to a habit as most people suppose Women as well as men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheSwampRoot is soon realized It is sold by druggists in fifty cent and one sizes You may collarI sample bottle by mail nets out become This free also pamphlet tell Rome or SwampBoot ing all about it including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer k Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper I Modern Missionscf The growing missionary interest in tho Christian church or Disci pica of Christ all over the couni I itt try reminds us all again of the wonderful power of the missionary movement Now every nation on earth is wide open to the gospel I Not so a century agoaThe Christian church has nil i sions in IndiaChinaIapanAfrica Turkey England NorwaySweden I Denmark Cubit tho Hawaiin Islands and the Philippine Islands They have 271 missionaries and stations in those fields Growing educational institutions are spring ing up also in those lands Sotto i i I of the strongest men in this religious 1 body have gone out to Ja pan and China and other heathen lands They are helping to shape a now Christian civilization on the ruins of hoary faiths In Japan for instance there is now a public school system that will compare with our own in America The Imperial University in Tokio has more than 2000 students Tho postal system of Japan is pronounced as good as in America the telegraph wire stretches to ov ory part of tho land All this and moro has been done since the ad vent of the missionary less thus fifty years ago The annual offering for Foreign Missions in nIl the churches o f this community is the first Sunday in Marsh The church in this placo is willing and it may beI1t partItI will bo raised for this work thisi year Last year 171 ft X was secur ed for work in distant lands Tho Christian church has como religiousbodies j j ber more than a million und th growth last year is said to have been about oOWX Tho numbs of churches is over 10000 and tho number of ministers fully OOOI They are also building up a num ber of splendid educational institutions in different parts of the I countrIWe wish for them abundant suc cess in their effort to raise 200 gospelin1 Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications as they can not roach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way t cure deafness and that is by con stitutionalremedies Deafness iis caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of tho Eustach ian Tube When this tube gets hi flamed you have a rumbling soundI or imperfect hearing and when iit is entirely closed deafness is the result and unless tho inflam mation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal con dition hearing will be destroyed forever j nine cases out o ten are caused by catarrh which t is nothing but an inflamed condi tion of tho mucous surfaces We will give 100 for any case of deafness caused by catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars i FJ CHENEY Co- Toledo OISold by druggists 75c Halls t Family Pills are the best t When Henry sights landagain it will bo the shores of a country =jvin which a King a Queen and ax Prince are not enough to open a jackpot Pittsburg Times SalveaThel best and most famous compound in thoworld to conquer cutshealsinflammation masters piles Millions of boxes sold yearly Works wonders in boils1 ulcers ski eruptions It cures or folonsII Camptou hazelGreenvordrugstores f IIEJ Y- t tInt 1almostf1 Watkins of Pleasant City 0 A terrible cough set in that in treatment IeCorday We then used Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption snd our darling was soon sound q well We are sure this grand medicine saved his life Millions know its tho only sure euro forC coughs colds and all lung dtseascs- sold by J Taylor Day hazelr- eets and S S Combs SonsC Campion drug stores Guarantee satisfaction 50 cents and 100 Trial bottles frloCWhere the Rub Came t1It must be hard to bo working on literary stuff all tho time remarked the visitorONo replied Scribbler nits easy Its working oft the stuff thats hard Philadelphia Record A Legacy of The Grip it Is often a rundown system Weakness nervousness lack of ap petite energy and ambition with disordered liver and kidneys often follow an attack of this wretched disease The greatest need then is Electric Bitters tho splendid tonic blood purifier and regulator- of I Stomach Liver and Kidneys Thousands have proved that they wonderfully strengthen the nerves build up the system and restore to health and good spirits after an- ttack of grip If suffering try them Only f111 cts Satisfaction guaranteed For sale byJI Tji Day Hazel Green or S S Combs J it Sons Campton druggists f Rich and Didnt Know It Ilamlette I see that in some I parts of Peru hens eggs are circujff dated in lieu of moneyIOmmeLotte Marry and alnckij 11e have forsooth had wealth showeredupon us time and againtt amiwistit not Gadzooks Child Worth Millions IMy Mild is worth a million to me says Mrs Mary Bird of Har risburg 1a yet I would haveI jlost her by croup had I not purchased j a bottlel of Ono Minute Cough Cure One Minute Cough Cure is surecouro for coughscrou and throat and lung troubles An absolutely safe coughs cure which youngesft tty rho little ones like the tnsteI iud remember how often it helped tthem Every family should have a bottle of Ono Minute Cough Cure handyI At this season especially iit may be needed suddenly II F PIKKATT Nothing So New Did you read about tho pedes laceof sleep that ho tried to kill hi ttrainer Thats nothing so now Ive been trying to kill backfence cats for the same reason all my lifeNett York World Millions Put to Work The wonderful activity of the now century is shown by an enor mows demand for the worlds bes worksDr Kings Sew Lifo Pills For consumption sick headache biliousness or any trouble of stom unorivaled 25c box TI j Only per by J Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sons Campton Explained The HostessI want you to meet one of tho nowost literary j lights a Mr Crimple Dazzleton I never heard of him before beenIonSignalfYou have got a cough and you dont worry Dont you know a cough is something terrible It leads to consumption and consumption is killing thousands Better cure that cough better cure it quickly Get a 25 cent bottle of Goochs Mexican Syrup No other remedy so nice to takeICharles A Towne is out of poli tics and in TammanyDetroi Tribune WANTED Trustworthy mouse women to travel and advertise fo oldestablished houseof solid finani l i cial standing Salary 780 a year and expenses all payable in cash No canvassing required Give references and enclose selfaddressed 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