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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iii T4c r s II U J I AD ij 2 i ColVER1earT NGRATEIj 20 10 00 00 i1 Ij THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD I IV I SOBS Three Six Oneryear moifth months in advance o NmE1 r 1 Inch 1 year 7 00 N Established March 4 1885 Made Famous In the StofII Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell iuiIe copy +State and DistrictAnnouncements H date aver your name 6The should i tJ you are paid to You J anddil T B renew 10 days before time Is out and JObituarie Tritubes Ac pre 33tawh renewingi or to have your i pared by us 8c a line where is furnished same as local 5c a lop1Hemittsnclsshout be made by M 9 I Owner and EditorThe Oldest Most Popular drafti16 t M 4 P k uaAmawwtl CASTO RIA1 1 I 1 For Infantl and Chlldren I The Kind You Have Always BouGht AlegelablePreparationforAssimi7atingtlleFoodandA sotz Bears the SignatureProtnotesDigeslonCtleerfui ness and estContains OpiwnMorphine nor neilherofNorNARC OTIC r JitrMGf1Q51- 3YLj ouSJIt alwawglI In- K rl- AZJ rorConslipaUsenon Sour dDiarrh VormsColMJlsionsfeverishF 0 r 0V e ra fACsimile signature or NEW YORK ThirtyI Years CASTO RIAEXACT copy OF WRAPPER 11111 clays eer oar Maw roan otn A BUSINESS TRAINING I AT THE LEXINGTON 4 BUSINESS 4 COLLEGE i Gves capitalized results by for Business Employ ment to the ambitions and worthy 100 invested in this school has been the means of help ing thousands to positions of honor and trust WHY NOTOU GETTING A START in WITH A CASH CAPITAL i a Business Education is necessary without it such a training is indispensable OUR CATALOGUE outlining our several courses 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 you can be instructed at home WE PREPARE for Civil teachI4 phers Bookkeepers positions the best Business Firms FREE First Lessons in Shorthand wth Complete Instructions for the begin ner mailed free on application EARN A SCHOLARSHIP FREE by working for us at your home during spare hours Circular B explains WRITE TODAY naming Course desired I GREENILEXINGTON KY ARE t YOU iLy DEAF preparing everythingWE howI Ali1 NEAP NOISES t ALL CASES OF 1 1DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING ARE NOW CURABLEt Br our new invention Only those born deaf are incurable r 1 HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATElY rFA WERMAN OF BALTIMORE SAYS BALTIMORE McL Mtrey SA tp0t GtnUemtn Being entirely cured of deaf nets thanks to your treatmepttEilinawgtreyaqy at lll1 stciryofmycaseobeUKdat yc discretion J About five years aea 1YtiJibt eaS l rz w ilag and this kept on gcttlug worse until I bit PJ tiMnag td diflFfgkrcJ1o t uuderpyn g treatment for catlrrh for three months without anrsneceas consulted aam- btt of physicians among other the most eminent en specialist of this city who tout me thAt on y an could help me and even that rarily that the head noise would then siithe hearing In the affected ear 3f evertreatI then saw your advertisement accidentally in a New ment After I had used It only a few days according to your directions the noises ceased and- c r any after fire weeks ny tearinr in the diseasedi ear has been entirely restored I thank you Iand beg to remain Very truly yourf IA WERMAN 730 8 Broadway Baltimore lid Our treatment does not interfere with your usual occupation UffreeYOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME ata Beat aomlrtala- driee INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC 596 LA SALLE AYE CHICAGO ILL r THE CHICAGO POST THE NOME upuC- a ETtijT FARMER ttaiil red dally Tie Cblugo Post Every LIVE STOCK DlHer spaallE read dally TM Chicagi Put ETIIJ PRODUCE SfciHtf stall read dilly TM SUcap Put Eiery TRAIN Slippr o1a old rod diiif Tto CMtici Pst THE GREATT MARKET NEWSPAPERS I I TIE LEST IS NONE TOO IOOP FOI YOU I Subscribe though pone ooamlalon arm aewdealer or pnbUaher of aewspa s sprcoataialor Ula adverttetaeot Sample pies seat tree on requaet Ado1re THE CHICAGO PO0T Chicago 111IT i x t v a- q rir r s II A SECRET SIN l 1 I7 IBY A M BELLERBY CHAPTER V CONTINUED lC E PT military bands it is many a year since II have heard music worth speaking ofat any rate in aI drawing room Would it be too great a favor to ask for some II Miss Hurst who was a skilled musician at once assented nndI when she had given us some Bee thoven and Chopin called on me to I singI no pianist but did my best with a commonplace voice and then discovered that Mr Coo per used to know one or two of my songsIHis voice almost startled me It was a rich baritone well train ed and he had managed to keep itI in practice It thrilled through and through mo as he sang The River of YoarslI The Yeomans Wedding SonglI and others my father used to sing There was a power and pathos in his voice that seemed to touch some latent chord in my heart Your voice is even better than it used to bo Henry said Miss Hurst approvingly ThaLk youll he laughed I have tried to keep it in practice it has come in useful sometimes Dinner over we betook ourselves to the sewing that was to help warm many a shivering body in the coming winter while the new arrival sat and watched us talk ing chiefly to Miss Hurst At last their words began to burn like fire on my guilty ear and bruin and unable to endure them longer I rose and tried to escape from the room without notice but the sol dier had not been so long banished from drawing rooms as to forget to rise and open the door for me I must be going almost immediately Good night Mrs Rep ton ho said holding out his hand And I could not but notice as I put mine in his how steady and warm a clasp he gave Shortly after I heard Miss Hurst come upstairs and made my way to her room I hope you did not mind my leaving you I said I was feel ing rather tired You look so my dear she said kindly and I always wish you to do just as you like You are too good to me1I I an swerod nestling at her feet for she had sat down but I wish I could remember of whom Mr Cooper reminds IIme We often fancy remembrances she said caressing my hair What do you think of my favorite Mar garetHe is worthy of being your fa vorite I should think1I I replied kissing her hand and that is great praise to bestow on so short ac quaintanceI very fond of him she went on slowly At one time Margaret his father and I were engaged but he met with some one else he learned to love better He was not to blame The human heart is an unruly thing Only that is why I have always remain ed Mary Hurst and why I am especially fond of Harry I guessed there must be some thing of the sort for you to have remained unmarried I said softly There were only two sons went on Miss Hurst and a great many years difference between them The first became an officer and was killedto his fathers great griefin the Zulu war Then when Harry grew up he also wish ed to be a soldier Up to that time every whim of his had been indulged therefore perhaps itwas not much to be wondered at that when the father absolutely refused to let the spoiled boy have his way in this he rebelled ran away and enlistedThe shock undoubtedly helped to hasten the fathers end a fact faultiyy bringing up rather than any want of heart And since everthing had in anger been willed away from him to a distant branch of the familyTiie had to remain whero hjs action had placed him Oh did his father never forgive himYes Happily he was in Eng land at tho time of his death There was just time to ask and receive forgiveness but none to change the will It is the harder for him she continued after a pause because he has been unjustly kept out of other property At these words a shiver seized me Some one walking over my grave II we used to say when wo were children But Miss Hurst said quickly There you are chilly and shivering and I forgot with my chat tering that you wanted to go to bedChilly Shivering I was in deed and had need to be I I had suddenly remembered that the names of Miss Hursts friend Henry Cooperwere the middle names of Godfrey Henry Cooper Knight distant cousin to William Repton and the familiarity of his features was because I hud recog nized them from the photograph in the old bureau and also that I was keeping him out of his right- I shivered again as the facts pieced themselves together in my mind Why did he not call him self Godfrey Knight and put in his claim for half his couesud es tate And with another shiver I remembered that Miss Hurst had told her story with unusual delib eration and stumbled once or twice over the names Did they knowohmerciful heavendid they know or guess what I had done CHAPTER VI ROM the first day of his arrival f I discovered that Henry Cooper was to be a continual and favored guest at Miss Hursts with the right of which he at once took advantage of coming in and out at any hour he liked without announcement or knocking till he arrived at the door of the room though generally his rich baritone voice rang through the house be fore he came in sight At first after the suggestion of his identity presented itself to me I dreaded to meet him fearing lest he should charge me to my face with the felony I had committed and how I lived through that time that haunting terror over me from day to day I do not know But as the time passed on and I began tb feel assured he mus have been ignorant of the existence of any will in his favor I once more breathed freely and to my astonishment found myself even looking forward with pleasure this o corning His continual visits meant tha once or twice he found me alone and on each occasion I strove to make him some measure of resti tution by leading round to m- own y story and suggesting thatif any of William Reptons next of kin appeared to put in their claim the half of his estate would become theirsBut try as I would I could not force my trembling lips to utter the words I had learned to live my lie and yet strange contra dictioncould not bring myself to speak the words that would confirm it even though I knew my base silence was keeping from even half his right thaman I was depriving of the whole The third time ho found me alone be left the indifferent topics that had been our former subjects of conversation and to my dis may turned to personal matters My term of service will soon be up was his first remark rather abruptlyAnd then 1 I asked bending over a dropped stitch in the sock I wasknittingThen must look around for other work see what I am fit for The devil tempts everyman but the idle man tempts the devil says a Spanish proverb- It is well for a man to have to work I answered steeling my self against the pricks of consci enceAnd not for a womanwith- a do little We InughII if the present one has not alread learned ittllatwe modern women have bought our independence at a heavy price When we entered into the struggle for bread with men it meant the deathblow to our true vocation and to their chivalry You speak bitterly The circumstances of my life have made me bitter Indeed you have had trouble Miss Hurst told me some of your story1Iho said in his deep tender tones Yet forgive me Mrs Rep ton suffering is the lot of all of us but so long as it is unmixed with sin there is no reason why it should embitter use CONTINUED NEXT WEEK Electric Belt on Trial To introduce it aud obtain agents the undersigned firm will send few of their Electric Belts on trial on the following terms iOO to be paid in ten days if the Belt proves beneficial and the balance 200 to be paid in sixty days iif the Belt effects a cure These Belt- are a positive cure for Rheuma tism Neuralgia Kidney trouble Stomach and Liver trouble Asth ma etc Address at once GERMAN ELECTRIC AGENCY tf PO Box 1874NewYork NY It is said that Mr Bryan hasi been making 2500 a week lectur ing The man who cant make history can generally find relief iin making money Denver Republi can ChildrenEspecially Liable Burns bruises and cuts are ex tremely paiuful and if neglecte- often result in blood poisoning Children are especially liable to such mishaps because not so care ful As a remedy DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is unequalled Draw- out the fire stops the pain soon heals the wound Beware of coun terfeits Sure cure for piles Do Witts Witch Hazel Salve curedl my baby of eczema after two phy sicians gave her up writes Jamesj Mock N Webster hid The sores were so bad she soiled two toiI five dresses a day H F PIERATT President Jim Hill seems sud denly to have discovered that President Roosevelt is a parallellI and competing president Ana conda Mont Standard Henry Pieratt bought all the picture frames the agent of the Chicago PortraitCo had left ove and is selling them 50 per cent themtThe number is limited and if you want oue youd better move in a hurry as they are going like hott cakes 52 tf The report that AttorneyGen eral Knox ia to retire from the misdirectstdj kick from an angry muleBoston Herald You cannot buy standard pianos organs buggies sewing machines i clocks watches and jewelry a cheap any where else as you can lof me Come and see samples andI you will be convinced You do not have to risk your money with mail order houses tf J T GEVEDON ITwo things are bound to follow the release of Miss Stone The brigands will be pursued and Miss News Stone will lecture Galveaton c MWlilllS I To GUN SICK HEADACHE HABITUAL CONSTIPATION I and all disease arising from in1 I digestion Thy will purify yourI blood and taakyoursonpludon as FAIR AS A LILY Thy are l Igelatin oMtatf met S cam I Sfijd by J M Rose Hyel Green Ky IT iW Coughs coughforbottles of Ayers Cherry Pectoral corny pletely J H Burge Macon Col Probably you know of cough medicines that re lieve little coughs all coughs except deepones The medicine that has been curing the worst of deep coughs for sixty CherryPectoralPectoralTbassslats 25c see U AafrsRbh ILthennottoknowLwleawithJ C ATEB CO Lowll Mass MISS MARY KULGORE A Noble Young Lady and HerHe roic Efforts for SelfEducation Our man about town in nos Fridayacaught on to an incident that reads like a romance Miss Mary Kill gore a student of the academy is tho heroine and she is a living othersyoung ladiesaye and young men would cause Eastern Kentucky to blossom as the rose Last winter she went into the log woods and as sisted her brother to saw logs that she might have her earnings to pay her schooling In September last she matriculated at the academy with the understanding that she would pay her tuition when she be came educated sufficiently to earn the money to do so in the mean time arranging to pay her board at the dormitory by washing dishes renderingdmight up to the present time has done the work and kept up her studies But that old sawhAU things come axsemplined in her case whichalso proves the truth of another aphor ism that virtue hath its reward Mrs Yancy of the C W B M af ter attending the laying of the corner stoue of the new academy last summer delivered a lecture at RichmondKyin which she point ed out the great work that was be ing done by the C W B M the urgent need of aid in cases of in digents etc which so impressed Mrs W W Watts of that place that she wrote here to inquire up on whom she could best bestow an education the mos tdeserving young lady etc The result was that Miss Wattsrat once sent a check for 87 fully covering hot board and tuition to the end of the term in June and this will be followed by a semian nuul fund for the same purpose until Mm young lady graduates Miss Killgort is very prepossessing in appeuraiiro and manners and 1is rather of tho petite type which brands her efforts to got an educa tion all tho more heroic than if she were an Amazonian and all who have the pleasure of her ace quaintance are rejoiced that her lines have fallen so pleasantly THE HERALD rejoices with them and points with pride to this young woman as the embodiment- of all that is grand and noble Excelsior is the motto of all like her and that she will always honor it is certain Would that we had more like hers Mrs Watts is also educating one young lady at Morehead and her example could be emulated with profit to many deserving ones A Profitable Investment I was troubled for about seven years withmy stomach and in bed half my time says E Dcmick Somerville Ind I spent about 1000 and never could get anything to help me until I tried Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure I have taken a few bottles and am entirely well You dont live by what you eat but by what you digest and assimilate If your stomach doesnt di gest your food you are really starving Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does the stomachs work by digesting the food You dont have to diet eat all you want Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures all stomach troubles H F PIERATT I r +COUNTY +I DIRECTORY + HAZEL GREEN POLICE COURT JudgeJW N XIC ELL Deputy Marshall BOARD OF TUSTEES W O MIZE ChairmanIW H Conn Jons D DAVIS JOHN M ROSE JOHN H ROSE o CIRCUIT COURT 1 Third Monday in January Fourth Monday in April and Third Monday in SeptemberDAVID JudgeAAttorney J F VANSANT Master Commissioner C G HANKS Trustee Jury Fund 0COUNTY COURT First Monday in each month JudgeWFRANK STAMPER Sheriff C C FCLKS County Attorney J B LITTLE Jailer- S N HOBOS Assessor SurveyorFRAXE J W TAULBEE County Supt 0MAGISTRATES COURTS TIME OF HOLDING AND OFFICIALS FIRST DISTRICT ELIAS SHOCKEY Magistrate No time set for holding courtSECOND DISTRICT JOHN D ROSE JR Magistrate S N NORMAN Con stable Court days First Thursday in February May August and November i Magi i FtbruaryMayFOURTH DISTRICT R R LEGO Magistrate WM SPENCER Constable Court days First Friday in March June September and December FIFTH e SIXTUJ N CHAMBERS Magistrate in both districts DAVID BANKS Constable Court days Third Friday in February May August and NovemberSEVENTH DISTRICT B F BOLi rii Magistrate PORTER CLARK Constable Court days First Saturday in March June September and December EIGHTH DISTRICT GEORGE OLIVER Magistratei No constable and no set time for holding court Lexington and Eastern Railway Tine Table In Effect Oct 20 1101 EAST BOUND 02 No4 STATIONS Daily ex Daily ex Sunday Sunday t LieLexington f Winchester 2 55 pm 8 25 am 07 37 am 40 13 am LEJUOCDj3 51 pml8 23 am 20 54 am 34 08 Beattyvl Jcl 4 56 pm pm 1029 amII Jackson 600 pmlll 30 WEST BOUND I eNolI a STATIONS Daily ex IDuily exSSunday Sunday Jackson G 25am 1 20 pm 4TorrentpmNatpmStantonpmClayj pmLEJuncnI pmLezingtonI I ManagerCBASSCOTTGeuPus j T It MORGAN S P A 0 I L BRANCH Time Table ia Effect January 1 1902 EAST BOUND WEST BOUND No22 No21 DaUyexSunday L m arr p m Icy 9 45 amJackson 100 pm ti9 40 em O K Junction 105 pm 8 45 am Wilhnnt 155 pm 8 30 am Ilampton2 10 pm 7 45 am Lee City 300 pm 7 35 amEelechawa 3 10 dmw7 00 am Cannel City 3 45 pm M L eONLEY Superintendent I- tLOUl8VILLIJ i TIN AND STOVE COMPANY l Jobbers and Dealers in SiT lESi9JJJapaned and Tinware c t LOVISFALTJEsKT DILLER BENNETT 4 or aWHOLESALE 5 1I JURNITIIRIi I 1 The Largest Exclusive 527 W Mill Wholesale Furniture ag Dealer in the South Louisville L7r REH BEVERSON CO WlOLESALi1 sLRt i i 808512 w WTRAET iotnsvlLLE nY T sk r- K +s 1 i j 1 THE HEBfiLDttS el SPENCER COOPER Editor Fs s1tj 1 HAZEL GREEN KY 1 THURSDAY March 0 1102 SoMKTIMK sillCe there cailK to this ottire two copies of tlu White HaIl Register a weekly paper published at AVliitc 1 Hall Illinois by McFurlaniI Rowe The paper iis a six column quarto patent inside and has a corps of county cor I respondents who furnish tlu news of the county generally while the local departmenl teems with news of the town This indicates that the towi in which it is published is Oil of some importance and th rovetl 1 S that the venture must be jat profitable one George C MeFarlaml is the editor amd it is of him this article has ttc j ljItC1 1 better seveneighths who died some seven years ago sine which he has entered the married state twice his second nnrtual agreement and the llast one assuming his name on the fifthof October last Dr Me Farland is a son of the eminent specialist Dr Andrew t McFarland who was for man years in charge of the state asylem for the insane at Jack l sonville 111 and who tigure- in the Guiteau case as an ex pert Subsequently he es tablished private sanitarium at Jacksonville capable of ac commodating IGOpatients and this he willed to his grandll- bi daughter a niece of our better seveneighths who now manages it The doctor 11l utc is a well read physician of the allopathic schoolwith a t taste for journalistic work he Slntseveral times before THE l HEHALD hopes that in this latest enterprise all hopes Ugiy be realized and his purse become plethoric with profits from it IT is difficultf to reconcilei1 the statements of some men f with their actions Secretaryr Long says he is going to leave the cabinet because he is tired of public life yet he isl after one of the prospective vacancies on the bench of the Ib supreme court The explana tion may be found in the fact that the latter job carries a lifesalary THE intertrust company is the newest Its nominal ob jectto control a chain of banks throughout the counl try andl ofcourse those banks willcontrol every ting in their vicinity that they can get under financial obligations to them MR ROOSKVKLTS order tto Attorney General Knox t proceed against the big West er railroad trust was loub less issued on the theory that a duff is as good as a royal lush if you can make it stick 1rA u ROOSEVELT scratched Senator Tillmans name frot tholist of guests to the 1rw Henry dinner for doing r itscisely what he would have done under the same circuit stancesII sy- r t f NEW YORK occulists areii doinga land office business t i treating the eyes that were strained Ipokihcr forthe Prince SKXATOR McLAuiuv now knows that it is dangerous toI call Senator Tillman a liarjj even on the floor of the sen ate joy STANLEY of IKansas h has shied his castor into the senatorial ring turf1 sever others are preparing to dolike wise I ROYAL lever is raging among the New York and Washing I ton toadies and rapidlyspread1 ing among the species elseI I i where i i I I IF Tammany was in I 1l i Iior the town it would 1 be charged with responsibility for very Yorks latest hotel1 iftire horor I IKIXG LEOPOLD of Belgium t may have had the report that I jhe was coming to the U Si Iiiling the adulation Prince Henry is getting prestt cut presented of Cuba relic I oppressionIl only to be enslaved by the II S in commercial bondage C1Hon D B Hill PERHAPS the halos around the head of the New York reformers are setting things on l fire in the big town which has been having more than the usual number of fires of late partty should again press to the front the issue of revenue reform The policy of reciprocity is and always has been a demoi DtlBL cHill WONDER what sort ora i talk Mr Roosevelt gave ti member of f Pierpont Mor gans firm who called at tthe White House to see about those proceedings against thet TltlrepIlican mountain on the Cuban tariff question has brought forth a mouse in the shape of an otter ofa 20 per cent re duction if Cuba will enact t- iLS immigration laws ctrcus12 1 stances no man is blame- hoIIforj striking the man w calls him a liar but respect for his surroundings sheo have withheld the blows given Senator McLaurin by Senator TillmanILie of Whole Cloth I Lousisville papers last week pt fished a sensational story de I Campton about a desperate fight between the Faulkner and Xa piers in which it was stated t I some 75 shots had been exchanged f The sheriff T F Stamper r and a i posse were in pursuit and fearstt were entertained that there would i be more bloodshedand a whole lot more of the same tenor ac j cording to the report Parties from Campton who are every way reliable toll us there is not a word tof truth in the report and lay the story at the door of a wellknown j peunya liver who lives there If the citizens of that place know this to be the fact they should wait dL ao1 i advise him not to write any more the are yet i all sensational rumors about i thisIiiII section but when our own pea I i engage iu the work it is hard work in to make people away from boreI believe that such stories are se rrbonesational The remedy lies with i 11rho people of Campton and they do storiescejus TCIre apier story is said to b without foundation in fact J Pileine Cures Piles I S Money refunded if it ever fails Hjf SBSTBfflKLT1 SMBB8 J The lcgiilature has appropriated 14 000 for benefit of the reform school at LexingtonJohn and Letcher Thomas of Georgetown enlisted in the U S army at Lexington last week but have not been assigned About 150 journeymen housepaintera arc on n strike at Louisville for an ad vance in wages from 225 to 200 day The contractors wont meet it 11John Dickinson an aged farm hand way struck by n Louisville Nashville freight train near Pembroke and sus rained injuries which resulted in death in a few hour Pecrl Crawford of the Lexington drmi monde and a native of lireathitt county committed suicide in Louisville leaving estate of over 5000 in jewels and 1nu deposits In a quarrel between DerryParkera employedOlin Grovel yaw mill on tree Burke was badly cut by Parker last Mon dayBig Sandy Newt Martin Dehnert was sentenced to 15 years in the Kentucky peaiteatis- Thursday for killing John Braun u Newport two years ago On a former trial he was given 21 years The 10000 insurance policy on the life of Richard M Baibcur the Fayet uational bank bookkeeper who committed suicide a few days ago will not be paidwithout a legal contest In the circuit court at Bowling G MrsI Sue E Price secured a verdict t 10000 against the Fidelity Mutual Life Insurance Society of Philadelphia o policy held by her late husband The report is that the people of the Wallace ton neighborhood are being terrorized by mad dogs Three persons a a number of animals are said to have been bitten Richmond Register Richard lies a well known farmer a stock dealer died at his home at Salt Lick last week of blood poison eau by a calf biting him on the linger aba three weeks ago Morehead Advance S J Roberts succeeded himself seta lector of internal revenue for the Seventh 11 district Saturday The office closed Friday in order that the business done during the past four years might be cloyed In the case of Susan Simpson of Bards town against the L N Railroad Com pany reversed from the court ofap penIs the plaintiff was awarded a ver diet for 1000 for injuries sustained in a wreck A nine yearold son of George Baker of Silver Creek accidentally shot himself last Thursday while playing with a pis I theeeye The boy died in a few hours Richmond Climax Joseph Shneider sr was painfully burned while trying to save a desk and private papers from a fire at an ou house at his home in Bowling Green he building was used by him as an o at his distillery nbArmed men are scouring the country near Henderson for a Negro who crimii Wally assaulted Mrs Robert Woodard a farmerss wife He was tracked through the mud to that city but the trail was lost as soon as the pavements were reachedMackenzie R Todd acting for Gen Clifton J Pratt filed a mandate in the Franklin circuit court and had notice Geblee salary of the office of attorney general but does not fix time for which salary will be claimed ldFrank Tyree of Catlettsburg and Lewis Schmidt of Portsmouth 0 hot prominent traveling men were drownedI in the Big Sandy near Pikeville by the overturning of a boat Edward Burk ot Catletteburg a traveling man also tobg beiaredB were recov eredThe QuieeahatI Sunday night Cause of fire unknown The barn contained about eight acres of tobacco and farming implements all of whichwere lost the fire being discover ed just in time to save the horses that were stabled in it The loss is about 1000 but was partly covered with in surance Big Sandy News At Whitehouse a Swede tramp named Richard Rote had his left cheek shot away by Elmer Hicks who in company with Jack Osborn attempted to arrest him on suspicion that he was Frank Duncan a Swede wanted at Birming ham Ala for murder and robbery The PaintsLt pendingreaultofRotes wound and be is at Louisa in a critical condition Capt J M Beatty suffered a painful VincheaterlaptThatedayerenis I e I I i was hastening to the L E depot order to catch the afternoon train for home The icecovered walks were treacherous and he slipped and tell One I in his right anb was braked andI his eye was badly tbaised He wasgiveir immediate attention and remained in 1Yiacheslerover aigbt returning to his home in Beattyvillo last Friday morn ingBreathittNew When you have head ache or neuralgia try Triphene Sold by S Combs Sons Campton and F Pieratt Hazel Green tf j r MAKERS DontpaytROestra prnnts when yon bar prrlaguandhameu Dea1 with the rectory 0t our lowest whulraale errs Our errrn of- efing direct to customer U eaving tbou8lnda otdollars to rarrlaae tmyrr ln every toiler or the country Wit quote theramerrtnuryvutlmtwewould glvothPlergestwhofewtolclaersedweo- ffer you an ueiortmeut to ehoooe from 8uh as no other dslef can show WIJ ercrr purruiw wogleethehroaretgunnlra J tit Is not In eYery 7 all cnryou ctoI1 return therrhkla to ua and wu will 1ay freight ebart9 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during 1902 Is sure to be welcomed In fully as many more homes as the great the Southern Literary Weekly whose columns for ndweektyfeastogoodthlags1902 o of all the papers that come to you BedAddreAllComnsualcorlorts to ntbhQ SUNNY SOUTH Atlanta Ga J JJ F SADLER ColI QTEstablished FOR THi OF and LAMBS IUnion Stock Yards CINCINNATI O Ulitanca Telephone WEST 101 made upon consigntntntsnnd sales guaranteed S FOR THE SALE OF Cattle Hogs Sheep Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI 0 ALSOreBourbon Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY We have an Eastern outlet for all desirable stock at highest prices Consignment solicited All correspondence cheerfully answered LOOT STIUCII IN TIME nughesTonielnstlaearlyl Spring lrugueanPALATABLE thBeUerupthesystemTIrEI EK ELLENT GENERAL Ft tONIV2 AJ well Sure Cure for Chills and Fevers Swamp Fevers anti Itilioiu Fevers Jus 1whatton need at this season IT NEVER FAlIst iKild Laxative Nervous Sedative Splendid Tonic GuaraDteed Try It Dont take any substitute At UrncclMr bar and SI Bottle BYe CO prove Uu heTonieR lireatremINCORPonTJUedy for Chills all malarial fevers LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY EVERY PAIR OF 8 TIGER + PANTS 8 Made Perfect in Fit Full in Seat and Q and Will Not 8STACAre 08BeUer0808I For Sale by J Taylor Day 8 j HAZEL GREEN KY gl 0 H Grl I I BE TTYVILLE KY IRI UIdVILLEFIHiE Grade V1Deaxa d idep Solicits ordure from the merchants of the niounUin al d guarantees satisfaction A mail order wi I receive prodpt attention silver wotte8 EMS have for sate now Silver Wyandptte Eggs at 1100 for 13 base Are Thoroughbred Buy setting raise some THOROUGH BRED CHICKENSand nolongerSTOCKFirstROBERT I CORD 33 Hazel Green XV SET OUR NOTSHBADBEnrelo Letterhead e etraleBce COMMISSIONIIIEItCI SALE in l AlnS GattIBHogsSneeD j I ILona COtYlerchantf A i as a fnForty ROBINSONI a A 0CENTrr WATCH mythingbut A 1000 WATCH tingesbetter thatlhinFilled GeiitlGitiaus Watch were selling at 1000 We have others lower and higher priced FRED JJI HEINTZ Manufacturing Jeweler East Main St near Postoffice LEXINGTON KY t ffiii Ii1 1 Cheapest Store On Earth Quality of Goods Considered H F PIERATTrDKALKU IX i iiI l Mm aiAin Et Live Stock Country Produce l LIVERY AND FEED STABLE t Horses Hacks Buirgies e for hire i at all ttimes and charges reasonable LUDBERRough Dressed and Tongue and Grooved All kinds for salt 5OOOO feetyet to dispose of at living prices TA ESAll outstanding taxes must be settled now or levy will be made as I have only until J January 1 1002 to make settlement in full Dont delay or it youYour PIERATT I I HOLIDAY GOODS j SANTA CLAUS needIshawllarge store in which he can his goods to advantage hit the f nail on the head when he selected J T Days for headquarters He f will have there the most wonder ful lot of toys and jimcracks ever seen in Hazel Green 1 Fancy Candies Toys Dolls and everything pretty will be tI Ifound there in profusion and all new and cheap so cheap that everybody may I II buy SIGHT 15 GOOD and you are invited to look before you leap iI f 1 f WANTED coRNJ J f 50 BUSH 1 yC L Cecil Bros will 160ttrade Call at once i THe Christmas ilells Dre Rinoino f s 17 t And the pretty maids are singing right merrily the while because atx THE DAY MILLINERYt t may be found everything in style On our bells are pic tured other bells whose beauty can only be enhanced by a j stylish hat from this bazar of fashion where may be had all fhn nna rJl1hI1Lw 1nEverything at the lowest prices quality considered t I vv i CLOTHINGI have a nice lot of cl thing which I intend thisline l iii it i S E i dhaved l k proportionRemember this is for CASH ONLY JT iti itTHEI + I or ii BOZEL liEE1II BDE1ii rtleandTlNORNALANDI 00 f tSchool PREPARATORY SCHOOL Kentucky 00 Illl jC The 3wIthoftheThe Second Session begins JANUARY 1 1902 TA thorough practical school for young men and 1 women Commercial with Normal Ten Courses I of Study under Academic Departmenti a GRADUATE I WeekI V w Digestionfl f That dyspepsia It mates life miserable Its sufferers eat not because they want to but simply because they mm They know they ore Irritable and fretfulII but they cannot be otherwise They complain of a Lad ttaste in Uu mouth a tenderness at the pit of the dom ach an unrasr fipllr of puffy fumes- hesdache heartburn nnl what not n The effectual remedy piovctl by permLIj a nent cures of thousands of revere cases Isi Hoods Sarsaparilla 11008 llL1J1 are the belt QthuUc ljj A THE HERALD r r it Dr Waldeck Made a flying trip to West Liberty tho latter part C last week A Owing to the snow storm of Tuesday night no mails left Hazel1 3 3 3Green on Wednesday The snow the mow the beautiful snow Blocks the roads anil the male dont go ai Our coal is out and the fires burn low 1 All because of that beautiful snow l South Stamper and Andy Bus kirk took a load of chickens aim I 1 200 dozen eggs to McCausoy Thurs day lastdeI GOOD 1 NEWS cooler from tlu= take Hoods Sarsaparilla for 7acrohila dyspepsia nod rheumatism Kcportsngrocthat HOODS CURES I f Elder J T Ierutt and II D j Adams hold a protracted mooting j at Salem Morgan county JCy i 17 additions to the chnrclLtj ft Taylor Elam of Canoy J4 MIMorgan county removed to Still water on = Thursday last where 1 ij qhas rented a farm from Boom 10Ilei Tyra j a Notwithstanding there is coal1 all around and in tho town oCIi Hazel Green the snow of Tuesday caught us and many others with very little or none on hand i 4 Send 85c and get a freo trial Wilsons Morphine Cure testedIIij n for 14 years mill always success ful Send to Coup IIEOXIf30y Cohort Texas L r- rqS Never before did tho importance of good roads impress one as theII present snow storm has I good roads our mails could come and go and the people of our town would not be in tho throes o coal famine FTOTIIE DEAFr A sick ladjr cured of her deafness a noises in tie head by Dr Nicholson 1 Artificial Ear Drums gave i 10000 to histooutInstitute so that deaf people unable procure the Ear Drums may have them free Address No HSG The Nicholson Institute 780 Eighth Avenue NtwY J 4lr i Dont fail to read the ad Mal for Sale which appears in our paper today As Mr Cecil ttho owner is going away he must sellI and it is a rare chance for farmers to introduce a good strain stock 1 A bevy of beauties hailing from the academycalledatTiiE HEKALD home Saturday last to look into the mysteries of tho art preservative as follows Misses Ollie Swango Nora Cruey and India and Mollie Coldiron For Sale Ri One Fay No Ssix roll 8 inchI lightning iloorer with beading attachment One Fay carriage cutting off saw F Busty Sox Lexington Ky r Two women engaged in an old fashioned fisticuff on Lacy creek I last Sunday and one of them on Monday went before Judge Pieratt aud got out a warrant for the S other Rachel Gilley and El i Noace were the combatants a decisionlknocking the former out with club I CASTORIAI For Infants and Children Tit Kind You Havi Always Bought Bears the- Signature 71of K Among our new advertisomo- I will be found that of the B taefGrass Nursery IIF Hillenmoyer Lexington aud all who want fr or ornamental trees berries etc will get satisfaction by buying there First he has no agents but sells direct and the buyer saves the middlemans profit secon Iwl his trees tc are acclinmat thirdly you can rely absolutely what he sells you as being the best of its kind L X R LEARN TO LABOR AND TO WAIT BY SAo WILSON Twas winter I and the now Hakes flew Until the woods with whiteness grew And there amid the storm display A girl was sawing logs each day I On the passing world she turned her eyes wisesAnd from tho woods in youths fair sheen She entered the college at Hazel Green IThill hirtbljmirth Shes there today in beautys bloom plumeTryingBy learning to labor and to wait olayrshineIOn1IIIIIIInknon friendI I The heroines name I will extend As n living example Irom shore to shore This dutiful girl is Mary Killgore CI IsIoneI I iHvauM people nrirlect to keep theirMood This mischief fortunately may be pureII till faithful use of 1lGnnls SarliaparlllaI Hoods Pills cure liver ills Nonirritating Whistling in the Pulpit I I Rova Charley Webster Charley Johnson and John Henry Bristow preached at the Frank Johnson I pcliool house on Lncy creek on I I I discoursedvvns very diverting ifnot alto j gcther diviiio Bro Webster in his sire to point the wayfarer on the I eway wanted to read u passage of scripture Ho took the bible and I began turning tho leaves trod titii tho same time puckered his lips andjbegan to whistle n tune as ail t accompaniment to his labor The congregation was surprised but f very much amused at this nod the reverend gentleman rem rkedI gth9 this is the first time you whotenwas so that he had to whistle diil not Esc what the fullness consisted of but presumably itj wasi pout up religion Those who heard him say that he can whistle as well as ho can preach aud that the tune was an exileraling one something not unlike the devils ij conoftend itva3MnrchiugThrough C tLjsIthe whistling though it is possible that time tulle was a religious ono Lyons Laxative I I Syruptj Hature Cure fcr Dots nor Cairn If you do not like itIi 1hettj r evefusedyour druggist will refund th jj money Good for children as well as grown peoplefndSold by J C Stamper Grassy j CreekII This snow storm caught us coal or wood because roads wore in such condition that wagon factorliit was the largest that has been IIISi I was from 12 to 14 inches on the j levelII one TiiEllKitALDand dollar a year in Monthly WorldII ofT Help NatureI Babies and children need I proper food rarely ever medicine fI T If they do not thrive 1 on their foodsomething ism IiI Ji f machinery working properly SO I OFzaallCOD LIVER OILiWTIi lYPOPH9SpHITE OF JIIE4 0 byIA 1I 1 t di 1If1 I fourth to half a teaspoonful I in babys bottle three or four I times a day you will soon see llaS marked improvement For f larger children from half tot a teaspoonful according to miteaget dissolved in their milk I f you so desire will very nourishniti f ing power If the mothers milk dqesjapt nourish the j baby she needSthe emuh f sion It will show an effect I motherednI f sec and t00 all dfnggkti SCOTT 4 BOWNE ChtmitU New York kU r I EXERCISES DC COMPOSITION Among Pupils Under Prof Noah Cisco at The Academy Rosa Coldiron 12 of inyears age grammar class of Hazel Green academy Feb 17 1902 TIIE SUNSET The eve has nearly dawned and the sun is jjettiug It is the most beautiful sun sot I have ever seen If yen look in the west at the jheavens you will see many ditto ent colors rod is the most The brilliant sun is just peeping over the tops of the trees behind the flyinghomoyoung nearlydonoi ing her brilliancy behind the hills the workman is plodding homeward across the weary lawn to h isw wife and children to rest till Ihe sun shines out in the morning tho chickens are going to ti chicJceuhouse and they all know by the sparkling sun going downin 1VhIwould the world be to enjoy if we had no sun to shine out and set We can see all lifes isle assures iin the sunlight and when the sunsets wo can sleep and rest the body from all its toil and caresI The SUIt ia setting on thisside of the world and just rising on tho other side Tho sun rises and seta iin twentyfour hours of every day Ora Drown age 10 years in spelling class iof Hazel Green academy Feb li 1902 CREATION The term includes more than tongue can express In the beginning j God created the world and every creature thereon and na taro has endowed the earth with everything beautiful Flowers l springing from tiny seeds streams bubbling from hillsides and birds warbling their sweetest notes allI natures creation claim our hearts warmest devotion There may I be creations in tho fancy there may i tbo creations in art but none can I excel in grandeur and perfecti the creatious of nature As far as I eye can roach and as fur as tho I ffoot uiay trod there will be now and wondrous works of Dame ua turet that is inspiring to the souljt and pleasing to the eye No skilli fful architecture of man can compare i with the handiwork of G o From the tiniest living thing to I jj he grand organism of man the j exists a consciousness of divinity a creative power that defies com I naturees children must kayo been created or some purpose being so generously blest with talents above allI other beings it is our duty to iim prove them and cultivate our I minds that we may be able to en joy and appreciate the good t true and the beautiful in life j Bert Johnson age 11 io room Yo A Bf Hazel Green academy Dec 16 1901 AN IMAGINARY TOUR TnitO JAPAN Once I was traveling in Jap and it was a great sight to me to seo tho little boys and grls I couldnt hardly tell the boys from the girls The way to tell was that the boys heads are shaved almost bare while the girls hair is twist ed into all odd shapes They havego large sleeves which are used for pockets to keep their toys in Tb have wooden shoes tied on w n strings but they take them off at the door and do not wear them in the house The girl has a day set apart for the Feast of the dolls andevery girl has a doll and there is a day set apart for the boys which is known as play day and every boy plays with dolls dressed like soldiers and they have a u ice time The houses are made bamboo with paper doors paper windows and many other things At night they sleep under qul with wooden blocks for pillows 1 There are no chairs but they sit on mats of cloth or straw TI eto eat tea and rice most of the time but they have no tables they eat the rice out of a tray and hi two sticks for forks It would be hard for us to get it to mouth that way but they can eat that way just the same as we can with forks The principal plants are tea rice and bamboo The children of Japan always are clean and they learn fast and have very good schools They play games like we do such as spina tops fly kites and roll snows llshis and they build great temples and when they go to go in they pull their shoes off at the door and they stand clapping their hands this is the way they offer their prayers For Con tlpUoa Take LYon Laiulvo Snap U you nos it better than any Laxitlro you bare ever used your druggist win reload Urn money sold by J O Stamper PrkeCk J F 4- K I ABOUT OU1 PEOPLE From Jackson EfttitTer Fet 28 rail CarrieEHg a Bear Douglas Evans theirtail carrier between Campton and Torrent one day last week when about half way between tho former nu latter place was attacked by a bendandcompelled to dismount fro Butlbruinafter him with alarming speed and agility and it seemed likely that Uncle Sams carrier wouldmake a dinner for the bear but Evans fortygj forgotten until then A shot froml the big gun tumbled the ferocious beast to the ground dead J B Hollon of Wolfe county I as the guest of S S Taulbeo froml Saturday until Monday on hisI way from Louisville where he had- e l been to purchase a stock of goods He and S P Kash are embarking the mercantile business at the atforks of Red river below Lee City Misses Lula Taulbee and Callio Otiey two of Hazel Greens most prominent belles are visiting S S Taulbee at this place They are both well known to the people of Jackson having taught school iinI the county for some time- NANTEnTrustworthy men andl women to travel and advertise fold or established house of solid finan cial standing Salary 780 a year andexpenses all payable in cash No canvassing required Give refer ences and enclose selfaddressed stamped envelope Address Mana ger 355 Caxton Bldg Chicago tf 1On Sunday last at the residence H Rose and wife S D Tyler and Mrs Amanda Den niston were married by Rev H D Adams the company present co prising the following Misses INolda Davis Annie Wheeler Eliza James and Mateia Pratt Messrs Wick Wells Forest Waldeck Clay i 1Brown Robt Carpenter A nli I 1 Jobon WardTI IDrFennersGOLDEN R LIEF u arcs ou kvns uu sun rrr I aI js rncs srutnc a su jjj INFLAMMATIONtBotrWroat lQi I Colds Fermin Fevers GRIP s CURES ANY PAIN INSIDE Oa OUT Inenetethrrtrminuted VreoIoIIIai rISold by II F Pieratt Hazel Green I KyI COUNTY NEWS NOTES 01 0II sjtVTo I i pondence must be in this office by Monday night of each week II 4 that nearby on Monday andII IjOur correspondents are derelict in duty andwe want to say that henceforth they xljnot receive papers except for theI I week they hue news letters We areItt amhedire j wbjpa they to fare they putus to great inconvenience SWANGO SPRINGS SAYINGS Our sick are convalescing anJohn Prater of Neola passed thro here Friday Miss Elsie Nickell of Neola was with her sister Miss Eliza part of last week Lanford Craft and wife of the Heights spent Sunday at the Swan House weekYon seth11 iug goods James Bise is selling all of his household effects together with other property preparing to make his future home in the dicta west W W Quicksall and Benjj Di phy of Ezel were fixing the pric neighborfho04 with H H SwanRo and family Heit ry Swango are glad to know that be is doing fairly wjellaod we hope soon see him mounted again on his favorite horse enjoying usual ride relarch 4 UNO STILLWATER SPARKLES ourGeo Carson jr and J ARose made a business trip toCanpton Saturday Jos A Rose returned Sunday from a trip to Torrent where he secured a camera and other pa phornalia to take pictures was olf yearsIlmgage red birthday at the home of J M Rose his birth place Jeff M Rose sr sold to J Rose a pet coon consideration 100 Joe is fond of amnaem and in this pet hell have it ItSquire John D Rose and wifstoaccompanied by two of their chil dren passed through here Sunday 4 V en route to Campion TneyvYad ah organ for their daughter Mr J Brock Little Granvillo Mooro hurl a hou raising on tho 27th February G W Sallys farm and tvhi Rodfolksm90d of sending it to Uncle Spence our faithful editor but G W Combs giverhint March 4 ANON FOR SALFA scholarship in the Commercial Collpgo of Kentucky IUniversity By early application at this office some young man can save several dollars tf P a ti 1 i Read tfe t r t SAM M WILSON BEPBESEXTING FLOOD CO OJROLGSALG + GROWERS iLEXINGTON KY Solicits slid trade of mountain merchants and will guarantee prices anti promptness SmMALES I FOR SALE haveHn I now offer for sale at private contract TWO FINE YOUNG BULLS Ooe11 yearling and the other 8 years of hey are both blood red of the Short horn strain and should be seen to be appreciated Calves of the three penr FarmerspJAS B CECIL March 6It Ezel Ky iBlne GrassJurseries SPRING I9O2H- TFroit and Ornamental Trees Grape udIItoI KY jJIJ fle SfyltHU CO Manufacturers and Jobbers of MENS BOYS HI HTUIUP CHILDRENSULU I 1U 607 W MAIN STREETLOUISVILLE KY Situations Secured fI11I1leaIl1itloD mUDded Writ at once for ClAlocue sad pedl offers fMSIIRRAVlIulness Loelmlr ColmbusGa RoalgomeryA- laHntoaTs MduBMtVa Blmteha AIL Jiekwwrlllt Fit MEJ DELWEINSTOCK CO 81TS687629 W MAIN STREET tLOUISVILLE KY Kodolyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat This preparation contains all of the digestants and digests all kinds of nevethiefalls to cure t you the food you want The mostsensitive stomachs can take it By pause many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after every thing else failed Is unequalled for the stomach Chlld rah with weak stomachs thrive on It CMPMali stomach troolklos D epsredonly bv E ODBWrrrCo Chicagol 7 oklbotuocontalaqli tlmestheliec arse Solo by H F PIEBATT Hazel Green YRARSIA PATENTS TRADE MARKS DIIICM LaAmatquicktrUCOD84eutial emsantIIIAl OeJuthe AMERICANbttssttmIjtlea at 7SLiCi eaKPsaazsewt4aAdYwa MUNN 6 CO Ml BrmUmw Hew YedlII v leHACANR r OW 5- n BOURBON Good Liquor is free from adul iteration drugs crude spirits and Thisis0r as a necessity a luxury and a plea sure a good stimulant is Important When you want something good send us your orders Hagans Old Bourbon In Jugs Best California Wines 4 year old 200 per gallon Sherry per gallon 150 5 year old 225 per gallon Port per gallon 150 G year old 250 per gallon Blackberry per gal 125 7 year old 275 per gallon Catawba per gallon 125 8 year old 300 per gallon Kelly Island Wines 10 Year Old in 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SwampRoot Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its won derful cures of the most distressing wen If you need a medicine you should have the byYou druggists In SOc and I sizes have a sample bottle of this and wonderful a book more about It dlscoverylllfBlr absolutely address Dr Kilmer n m ef snapBoo Co Binghamton Y When writing men tlon reading this generous offer In this paper r t At this point in the proceedingsI the gentleman from South Carolina uppercut his colleague and the senate proceeded to the con 4 sideration of executive business Washington Post STATE OF Onto CITY OF TOLEDO 8LUCAS COUNTY j Frank J Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm o F J Cheney Co doing business in the City of Toledo county and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case ofI Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrhcure FRANK J CHENEYi subIscribedday of December A D 1886 lA W GLEASON lf Public SEAL 5 5KotoHalls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the i blood and mucous surfaces of the I system Send for testimoninlsfree F J Cn ESE it CoI0 Sold by druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best J iii f Secretary Long is entitled to the f consolation of knowing that heI will not injure the naval service any by retiringChicago Tribunej1 I Would Smash The Club Ifmembers of the Hay Fever KingslNewthe club would go to pieces for iit maladyandfAsthma the kind that baffles th- doctorsit e wholly drives from the system Thousands of once hopeless sufferers from consumption pneumonia bronchitis owe their lives and health to it It con quers grip saves little ones from croup and whooping cough and is positively guaranteed for all throat and lung troubles SOc 100 Trial DayHazelGreen + Campton drug stores Lieutenant Hobson is about toy retire from the navy on account of weak eyes Wonder what his real reason isSt LouisDemo crat The Vice dl Nafjiig Clouds the happiness of the homes but a nagging woman of ten needs help She may be so nervous and rundown in health that trifles annoy her If she is melancholy excitable troubled with loss of appetite headache sleeplessnessconstipation or fainting and dizzy spells she needs Electric Bitters the most wonder ful remedy for ailing women Thousands of sufferers from female troubles nervous trouble backache and weak kidneys have used it and become healthy and happy Try it Only 50 aents HazelGreenCampton drug stores Guarantee Y satisfaction As it is now between seasons politically the Tom L Johnson three cent fare boom has been laid aside Baltimore American Cant Keep it Secret e gi The splendid work of Dr Kings Life Pills is dally coming to s forlive I known before Thousands bless X sickheadache I r larrtDtfjreation Try them 25c at f Sio4 drugtcojj iii 5 C Y 1 ifijJnerMany wonder how it is that pffi worms and stomach worms get in- kto little ohtldreD or how tapeworm 300 feet long can get in and exist and grow inside of avian as it sometimes happens They may well wonder for it is a grea mystery However many now know from experience that Moth ers Worm Syrupwill rid one of intestinal worms and greptly im prove the health after the worms have been destroyed and expelled It is absolutely harmless remedy to take and as it only costs 25c nil should try it who suspect worms to be the cause of their ill healthi The President could net be expected to know how foolish Wall street can beNew York Mai t and Express Child Worth Million My child is worth a million to me says Mrs Mary Bird of Har- hayie lost her by croup had I not pur chased a bottle of One Minn Cough Cure One Minute Cough Cure is sure coure for conghscroup and throat and lung troubles An absolutely safe cough cure whichi acts immediately The youngest child can take it with entire safet ty The little ones like the taste and remember how often it helped them Every family should er i n bottle of One Minute Cough Cu handy At this season especially it may be neededsuddenlyH Now that Terry McGovern iis ofI Pugilist Tillman of South CaroI linaColumbus Journal The Best Time The best time to cure a cough or cold is when you are first affected1t I A pleasant and sure remedy for sore throat weak lungs bronchi soreness coughing spells etc is Goochs Mexican Syrup for coughs and consumption Be wise in time and keep a bottle in your medicine j cnest always handy for immediate use remembering the old adage a stich in time save ni1l1l It iis a true lung tonic and sells for only 25 cents By and by De Wet will gro old have rheumatism and then h cant jump Kitcheners fences St Paul Dispatch Lockjaw From Cobwebs Cobwebs put on a cut lately gaye a woman lockjaw Millions kno that the best thing to put on a cut- is Buckleus Arnica Salve the in fallible healer of wounds ulcers sores skin eruptions burns scalds and piles It cures or no pay Only 25 cents per box by J T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sons Campton The real beneficiaries of Admi ral Schley appeals are Captain Clark and Captain Wainwright Kansas City Journal General Agents Waited to sell1 Prof Longs Magnetic Combs They remove dandruff cure scalp ailments and check falling hair are untarnishable and will not break Everybody wants them good proposition to hustlers Send for terms Outfit six styles ii- 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 Mrs Lula Kash who has bee living with her mother Mrs J T Day is now houskeeping again Dot Lire Tegether Constipation and health never go together DeWitts LittleRisers promote easy action of the bowels without distress I have been troubledjwith costiveness 9 years says J O Greene Depauw Ind I have tried many remedies but Little Early Risers give best results H F PIERATT Perhaps Lemly is sorry now that he deserted Potts and his cow ardice theory Washington Post- WANTEnTrustworthy men and women to travel and advertise for old establishedhouseof solid finan cial 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Piyiu for tt t it may be worth mosey we piompU Yalu U Sand Foreign PATENTS IiNTIJI ErvATCcharges see moderate Try m i SWIFT as CO rillst Lawyrrt- 9p U8 Patent OfleeAtekhftM DC flour flow flour SSflLUBLUflLT ROBERT P RASH The originator of LOW PRICES is wholesale sealer in FLOUR SALT rand solicits the patronage of the merchants of the mountains EWill meet any legitimate I competition t buying J McCausey Ky Sick fledachecFood doesnt digest wellaAppetite poQr Bowels cQntedItsare liver pills they cure dys pepsia biliousness 25c All drag p rut JOV mosetarhe or beard a beaalitidArowe or rich blukT Tba o IUIKIINIWIS DYE ttrM cnP ce I A jjf A TO 8HWT SOUTH I TkU Omt LUfrtry Jwuriil Clifc btWJ ftllaralia We publish eleewbere today the an- nouncementof the SUNNY SOUTH the thetgreat Southern States Published in Atlanta Ga to 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 longtime as a weekly and then as a monthly About one year ago the paper paused under new management and in let than a year it has jumped from a circulation of 12000 to 60000 The first thing the qew management did was to make it a weekly publication and to reduce the price to fifty cents per yearless than one cent an instK and then infuse into its columns alfthe enterprise and literary ability that money could command or determination secure In less than a year this remarkable southern literary paper has become national in character and it now has about as many subscrib ers north of Mason and Dixons line as iit basin the south Its columns abound fin 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 SoDTHfl development is introduction during the past year of many new story writers who will be heard from in the wider field of the worlds literature In almost every southern state new literary talent has been developed to such an extent as to put the whole country to talk ing about the SUNNY SOUTH A few months ago the SUNNY SOUTH offered I very handscme prizes for a series of the best short stories by southern writers and more than five hundred responsesI were received Some of the stories then published in the SUNNY SOUTH hue born 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 ell tablubed has made such rapid stride as the SUNNY SOUTH In less than a year Mrs Mary E Brayan whose name hasI long been associated with the SUNNY SOUTH has been engaged to take full charge of its Womans Department Heri services will appeal especially to women readers throughout the country as tin striking charm of her own personality pervades every column of her moat inter eating department- Thedistinctivecharacteriaticaof south ern authors have alwavs been a great charm to their readers The liberal use of matter by the leading magazines of tin- United States shows that high regard prevalent for southern literary talent The quaint stories of Joel Chandler Har rill in folklore of the southern planta lions and the stories by him and by Thomas Nelson Page Will Y Harben Harry Stillwell Edwards and ethernetf those interesting shares of human char acter so plentiful in the south are read with consuming Intercut and are set dupon by publishers with girat avidity The literary flavor of the SUNNY SOUTH will be far above the ordinary stor pa per and an examination of one copy willI show clearly and plainly to all its scope in iU great speciall field Some of the most prominent of the worlds writers have been listed for special stories for the SUNNY SOUTH during the current year It iis a pleasure to know that the South has at last secured a literary paper of which the whole country iis proudThe SUNNY Bourns growing circula tion throughout the Union and in all parts of it alike is an indication of its widespread field IU fresh crisp editorials social stories from authors of the widest note and growing fame and ioterjj eating abort 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 60 cents per year Ifyou have never seen a copyof it send today for it on a postal card addressed to the SUNNY Sojirjpr Atlanta Ga giving also the naiDeaofais of your neighbors and special friends who may also have this treat We are pleased to know that South ern enterprise places this paperin the bands of our peopl- eIince5f4raqhWINCHE8IEE v t K H W1THEBSPOON President B D HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 10000000 I Surplus 2000000II Handsome deposit of 40421648 I solicits marhantsenerally throughout Eastern Kentucky I UCIthelegitimate nankin oct18- 1TCIsi1jll9Jt CQ DI II81 As easily u a common cold by the FILI Philipinesyean In the U B army Fully tested two marketForAPr WILSON Calrert Texas CtFt1StNffrS rflESE1VtS wr 11111111 I 1 t I II 1 J J I I IIIIU I 111111 111111 UUsefulf I PPr iSinIttTfiiIlkWnat IWe are Headquarters for Santa Claus Cellar to Gar We are Loaded from ret with Useful Holiday Presents Beautiful Smoking Jackets from Alfred Benjamin Co Beautiful AquaProof Rain Coats from Alfred Benjamin Co Beautiful Bathing Robes from Alfred Benjamin Co Beautiful Overcoats Sid Ulsters from Alfred Benjamin Co Beautiful Silk Umbrellas and lanes OUR OWN IMPORTAJIOX IY Beautiful Gloves ot all kinds FoWUefsTHETIIE6FST Beautiful line of Ladies Trunks and Bags Beautiful line of Mens Leather Suit Cases Bags Beautiful line of Neckwear Mufflers Suspenders Night Robes Underwear Socks Handkerchiefs Genuine Macintoshes Rain Coats Etc Etc rJUST THINK WHAT USEFUL PRESENTS What a Beautiful Present one of those DICK SHEYOCK SUITS made to order would be We have the lax est stock in Kentucky Beautiful Boys Children Sweaters Beautiful Mens Caps LOUIS CUS STRAUSS 3THE LEADING KENTUCKY CLOTHIERS+ LEXZNGTON KY REGAIN YOUR EALTH WITH VITll1 I 4108EII NATURES DOCTOR FORMANIKNO A IT CURES J Rheumatism Diptheria Crippeei Bright Disease Blood Poisoning Kidney Liver and Stomach Troubles Female Complaint Catarrh and General Debility y IT CURES WHEN ALL ELSE FAILS I ROAD TIE TESTIMONY OF TWO WELL Don CIHZEHS OF WOLFE Mr Cooper Hnzel Green Ky I purchased some of the Vitro Ore of you in the latter part of March and after taking about a half pint of the Vita Ore EHzer my nerves were 88 steady as when I was 16 years of age and I am now put 15 For more than a year I bad 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 Vitro 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 2A years and I was not more fatigued than I was 25 years ago over the same work It is the grandest medicine in the world and I want everybody In the mountains to know what it did for me so they may try it Hoping every one who hit that tired feeling incident to old age will buy VitroOre 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 La j says in the above I am his wits and bought the medicine of Mr Cooper for him though I did not have much faith in it because we had tried so many things that did no good I have also used Vitae Ore and am stronger and in better health than for years which 1 attribute to its 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