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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i i i f r r 0 ADVERTISING RATES f SUBSCRIPTON RATES 117 lF II J 1 i Column II 1 1 1 year year year GO 20 33 00 00 00 Mi K THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD 1r months year months in advance II 100 3 55 t2 Inches 1 year 10 00 00 rI copy + OTtelltunounceiiie0lsState Tile date after your name indieAtes M j officers officers 1000 CountyoficcrsSSorenewyou 10 days before to time You is out should and F fi Town dates erObituaries or political writeups TritulieB I e 8Hc tc line ij SEVENTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 13 1902 NUMBER u1stateI I i y when s give renewing postoffice or to county have your and I changedisbe made by M cn is furnished same as locals 5c aline j sP draftOwnorandAlways ee j I I t A STORItffiw I la The Kind Yon Havo Always Bought and which has been I in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of i 0 nnd has been made under his per s Infancywafyno one yon I All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood nre but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment t What is CASTORIA Oostoria is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare r goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its nge is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind t Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation c anti Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho sleepEGENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of H The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years nil elTaUN eoraar n runny araart New roan am- n A BUSINESS TRAINING Is AT THE LEXINGTON BUSINESS I COLLEGE ARE YOU DEAF i Gves capitalized by preparing for Business j1 Life and Insuring Employment to the ambitious and iI worthy 100 invested in this school + has been the means of helping thousands to positions of honor and trust WHY i JYOUJ A START i I in I the world is everything + WE START YOU WITH A CASH CAPITAL W Business Education is 1 necessary without it such a training is indispensable Irr OUR CATALOGUE out i lining our several course- and t circulars showing yo J what others are doing an how YOU can do likewise i should be in your hands A postal will bring it it IF YOUR MEAN are lim I i ited ask for Special Circu lar A telling yon how you caa be instructed at home WE PREPARE for Civ borvico positions under Government Selections prepare public school teachers I to teach our Branches in other Business Colleges and prepare Stenographers and Bookkeepers for the best positions with the best Business Firms L i FREE First Lessons in Shorthand wth Complete Instructions for the beginner mailed free on applicationi EARN A SCHOLARSHIP FREE by working for us at your home during spare hours Circular B explains WRITE TODAY naming Course desired IN WRITING be sure to state you saw our ad in THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD Address BENJAMIN B JONES President LEXINGTON KY f I EU i HEAD NOISES t ALL CASES OF DEAFNESS OR HAR6 HEARING ARE NOW CURABLE t srltyonnew invention Only those born deaf are incurable a HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELYa F A WERMAN OF BALTIMORE SAYS March jot 1901 Ctntlmen aDeing entirely cured of darner thanks to yourtreatmentltdI wilt now gire JOB a full hietotq of ray case to be used at you discretion About five right ear began to sine and this kept on getting worse unlit I lost 5 my hearing in thisartirsay I underwent a treatment for catarrh for three mouth without any success consulted a num berof physicians among others the most eminent ear lpecialist of this diy who told zre tJ1It r only could and even that wouldan operation help me only then cease but the hating in the affected ear would be lost fevertreeI then saw your advertisement accidentally In a New i mutt After I had used it only afew days according to yonr directions the noises erased e today after five weeks my tearicj in the diseased ear has been entirely restored I thank heartily and beg to remain very truly yours p F A TVERMAN 7JQ S Broadway Baltimore Md Our treatment does not interfere with your usual occupation a advice freeYOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOh1Eu Ot BI11 AURAL CLINIC 596JASAllE AYE CHICAGO ILL ti iiINTERNATIONAL 2 THE CHICAGO POST THE HOME PAPER Eferr FARMER should read daily The Chicago Past fl SEie LIVE STOCK Skipper soul read dally Th Chicago Post Eierj PRODUCE Skipper should read dally Ike Chicago Post Eren GRAIN Skipper shiiild read daily The Chiiago Post i THE GREAT MARKET NEWSPAPER THE ZEST IS HONE TOO IOOD FOR YOU Subscribe through jour commission fl DIe newsdealer or publisher of newspa per containing this adverUlomeD Sam e copies sent tree on roquen Adlress I THE CHICAGO PAST Chicago IIII J ntE t lE1sa SECRET S1N uBY A 1r BELLERBY CHAPTER VI CONTINUED mixedIj IIlivesI I sin he answered firmly and III cannot imagine your doing wrong for your own sake Mrs Repton Again I bent my head over my workunable to meet the stead fast gaze of the man I had so injured You dont know anything about it I answered trying to speak lightly and then with a tremen dous effort went on to the point I had been unable to reach before But you too have had trouble I Miss Hurst tells meIYes chiefly of my own makr ing The rest is merely a money troubleMerely Most people think that but enough- It does not seem so to mo I have enough for my needs andnot a being in the world dependent on me It is true I am being kept out of property that is rightly mineThen why do you not put in your claim Do you not hate those who are keeping you out God forbid I I pity them from my heart They need it more than I Mrs Repton are you not feel ing well he asked catching sight of my ghastly pallor sItis nothing answered faint ly my hand clutching at my breast for my heart seemed to have stopped boating He threw the window open near me and laying mo tenderly back in my chair took eau de cologne from the mantel piece and bathed my face gently as a woman might have done yet I shrank from that soothing touch as if it had stung me youdYou make yourself suffer too much ho said in strange tones Seeing his presence distressed me he gave mo one glance of unutterable pity null loft me to suffer ilalone In that hour I realized that I loved the man I had so deeply injured with a love of which I ha l supposedmyself incapable The hour in which I had betrothed I myself to William Repton hadI seemed to poison all affectionI within mo- wentI to my room leaving message for Miss Hurst when she should return saying that I had a headache which was very true and should be glad to lie down for a whileThe servant to whom I gave the message handed me a letter at th same moment It was from my mother my poor mother for whose sake I hadI sinned and suffered so much that all daughterly feeling was turnedI to gall and bitterness within me She wrote so happily so brightly The boys were doing well at Eton and the girls at Cheltenham she herself had gone to live at the latter place and the onjy drawback nnto her happiness wasjthat her dar ling Margaret was not there with herThen followed a pieco of news that nearly stunned me It wa hidden in a great number of words I but the meaning was clear enough a Colonel Hill of whom she had frequently spoken had asked her to change her widowed state and she had consented to do so For you know Margaret she went on Annie and Muriel are- away so much they are hardly companions for me and since you I have deserted mo I have been lone ly and Colonel Hill is very rich I laid down the letter and triedI to think The fresh shock drove away my headache quite suddenly- I had not deemed it possible thatf my mother could forget my father f after less than three years of wid owhoodyet why not f iilJ She was pretty enough still to take any middleaged mans fancy for she had been married very young and no doubt she had felt my desertion Then another phase of the ques tion presented itself to me If this Colonel Hill were really rich if he cared for my mother for her a own sake she would have no fur ther need of the money my guilt had secured to her I might make restitution to the man I had injured It would mean shame for me beyond description but oh the relief of unburdening my overwrought conscience I That he was good and merciful I knew and I would implore him for my familys sake not to take legal proceedings not to expose my felony How publicity was to be myelfcalmer thoughts With a hand that could scarcely J guide the pen to form legible char acters I somehow scrawled a few words begging Henry Cooper to come without delay on a matter of the last importance Then ringing the bell for a messenger to take the note I re ceived the welcome news that Miss Hurst had sent a message to say she was detained and would not be back till evening So my way was made easier for meI went down to the morning room and heedless what the ser vants might say gave orders that if Mr Cooper came we were not to be interruptedThen up and downwait ing my mind in too much of a tur moil to lot my body rest In half an hour the servant re t turned saying that Mr Cooper would follow immediately and in a few minutes he was in the room asking if I felt better Oh I am well enough I ans wer feverishly but I have some thing to say to youa horrible confession to make Sitstand somewhere where you will not see me I shall die with my shame 1In He went to the window turning sankIinto a chair clutching tightly at its arms Tell me first I gaspedout you are William Reptons cousi- narentyonGodfrey Henry KnightI him start slightly Yes Only I dropped the two names when I enlisted td0 you and I burnt the will n I blurted out for speech well nighII failed me I I was afraid you had I knew he had made a will in my favor he answered as quietly and gently as if it were a matter of no conse quence You knew ityou knew what I had done and you kept silenceI I felt as if I wore sinking into a sea of bewilderment haed neither married my cousin nor done this for your own sake and II could do without his money I felt sure you would make confession at Isomo time and I knew I couldI claim my half share in any case as Repton was believed to have made no willC- ONCLUDED NEXT WEEK A Profitable Imveitmeit I was troubled for about seven years with my stomach and in behalf d my time says E Somerville Ind I spent I anys8thing 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 oat but by what you digest and maim ilate If your stomach doesnt diIgoat your food you are really starv ing Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does the stomachs work by digesting the food You dont have to dietI eat all you want Kodol Dyspep i troublies They will never be able to dis lodge or dent the Santiago hero ism of Gennral William Rustler Shatter Washington Post When you have head ache or neuralgia try Tnphene Sold b 8 3 Combs Sons Campton an H F Pieratt Hazel Green tf c i A ar Tiny Tots Journey 6000 Mlles Two children direct from Portugal passed through Union Station Friday morning boating tidings of their mothers murder to the father in faraway Hawaii They are traveling a distance of 0000 miles The little ones reached St Loui- t 9 8 oclock They were delivered to Matron Hunter by the trainmen On the boys coat was a tag hearing this information Antonio de Nasemionto and sister Marie Znlmida Evangeliua Billed to G S Bell 05 Jackso- street San Francisco The other aide of the card bore the advertisement of a steamship companyThe is apparently 0 years oldand the girl 4 Neither can speaknor understand a word o EnglishPinned to their ticket is an order from the eastern representative of D Spreckles d Bro for transportation from San Francisco to Honolulu A note says the fathert Antonio works on a Spreckles sugar plantation and that he does not know of the coming of tin childrenAn was found to road the letter the boy carried It stated that Anita had met death at the hands of Guido and that masses had been paid for the re pose of her soul The children are sent to the father because the writer believes when ho hears the news he will never return to Portugal The paper is signed M Antonio and Mario were put on the morning Wabash train for Kansas City Electric Belt on Trial To introduce it and obtain agents the undersigned firm will send few of their Electric Bolts on trial1 on the following terms 100 to bo paid in ten days if the Bolt proves beneficial and the balance 200 to bo paid in sixty days the Belt effects a cure These Belts are a positive cure for Rheuma tism Neuralgia Kidney trouble Stomach and Liver trouble Asthma etc Address at once GERMAN ELECTRIC AGENCY tf POBox1874NewYorkhY That long and confidential con ference between the President and Booker Washington was probably over the puzzling problem of what to do with those terrible Till TimesrChildren Especially Liable Burns bruises and cuts are extremely painful and if neglected often result in blood poisoning Children are especially liable to suchmishaps because not so careful As remedy DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve unequalled Draws out the fire stops the pain soon heals the wound Beware of coun terfeits Sure cure for piles D Witts Witch Hazel Salve cured1 my baby of eczema after two phy siciana gave her up writes James Mock N Webster Ind The sores were so bad she soiled two to five dresses a day H F PIERATT Free speech in the United States senate is to be treason in the PhilI ippiues but the white mans bur den wont have an ounce taken of- fitMemphisCommercialAppeal 1I You cannot buy standard pianos organs buggies sewing machines clocks watches and jewelry asI cheap any where else as you of me Come and see samples andl you will be convinced You do not have to risk your money with mail order bousosikttf J T GEVEDON tTHE HERALD and Monthly jYOII one dollar a year in advance Vfl- Ti i i a 1 To curs SICK HEADACHE f HABITUAL CONSTIPATION and all dlMase arising from In dilution They will purify your bloodndtuakafr6urAOat01ud6 an l TheyytMCdSod bjJ M Rose Heel Green Ky AsthmaOne Ie a terrible case my asthma We tried almost everything but without re 9Pectoral then tried Ayers Cherry and three and onehalf bottles cured herEmma Jane Entsminger Langsville O Ayers Cherry Pectoral certainlycuresmanycasesof bronchitisnhoarseness weak lungs whoopingcough croup winter coughs night coughs and hard colds Pita ska ZkseeSl Au year doctor If ha aye take 1R fthus do u be ear If he tell yon not to take It then dOnt take IL Iie knows Lean 1 JCAYRaCOLowell Xua Senate Regaled During Senator Baileys fight in the senate on Monday for the rights of the State of South Ca olina he had tilts with ninny the republican leaders He si lenced allcomers When Senator Hoar Hung somo legal questions at him he said suavely Of course when the venerable senator from Massachusetts asksI about the law the question answers itself The venerable senator from Massachusetts is so distinguished a lawyer that even if I thought him wrong I should hesitate to say so- Then Senator Foraker tookn handThat may be the law in Texas tt he said but it is not in other states I have over heard of titaQ senator from Ohio has not heard of said Senator Bailey pleas antlyForaker camfback again Undoubtedly and especially in Texas from what the senator has said Bailey played with him- I had the misfortune once to try a case in Ohio and I learne- some remarkable law there I have no doubt you something before you got through with it Forakor flashed back The republicans laughed Yes drawled Bailey if there I is so much to be learned there I commend the senator from Ohio to stay there as much as his senatorial duties will allow And Foraker sat down 1Yae ington Cor New York World The Vice of Nagging Clouds the happiness of t homes but a nagging woman of beoso nervous and rundown in health that trifles annoy her If she i melancholy excitable troubled wi h VPS of appetite headache i else imbsnesonstipation or fainting I and dixy spells she needs Electric Bitt rs the most woude- fnl remedy for ailing womeni Thousands of sufferers from female troubles nervous troubles backache and weak kidneys have used it and become healthy sentsIFor solo at J Taylor Day Green or S S Combs Sons Campton drug stores Guarantee satisfaction Sombody launched Senator Bov eridges presidential boom in Chi11I cage the other day The silence that followed was almost uproar ous Denver Republican Many Wonder dteeny wonder how it is that pin- worms and stomach worms get iin- to little children or how a tapeworm 300 feet long can get andexistana grow inside of a man as it sometimes happens They may well wonder for it is a great mystery However many now know from experience that Mot ers Worm Syrup will rid one of intestinal worms and greatly im prove the health after the worms Rave been destroyed and expelled It is absolutely harmless remedy to take and as it only cosfs 25c all should try itwho suspect worms to be the cause of their ill health In about a week from now the Schley case will be taken up again with all the oldtime vigor and bitternessChicago RecordHer ald COUNTY + DIRECTORY + HAZEL GREEN POLICE COURT JudgeJW N NICKELL Deputy Marshall BOARD OF TUSTEE W O MIZE ChairmantiW H CORD JOHN D DAVIS JOHN M ROSE JOHN II ROSE 0 CIRCUIT COURT Third Monday in January Fourth Monday in April and Third Monday in SeptemberDAVID JudgeAAttorne1 J F VANSANT Master Commissioner C G HANKS Trustee Jury Fund 0COUNTY COURT First Monday in each month JudgeWFRANK STAMPER Sheriff C C Fuucs County Attorney J B LITTLE Jailer- S N HODUS Assessor SurveyorFRANK J W TAULBEE County Supt 0MAGISTRATES COURTS TIME OF HOLDING AND OFFICIALS SnocxEYrholdingofcourtSECOND RosEJltstable Court days First Thursday in February May August and November MagistratliFebruaryMayFOURTH DISTRICTR R LEGGtMagistrate WM SPENCER Constable Court days First Friday in March June September and December FIFTH s SJXTHJ N CHAMBERS Magistrate in both districts DAVID BANKS Constable Court days Third Friday in February May August and November SEVENTH DISTRICT B F BOLIN Magistrate i PORTER CLARK Constable Court days First Saturday in March June September and December EICHTH DISTRICT GEOBGE OLIVER Magistratei No constable and no set time for holding court etiLexington and Eastern Railway a Time Table In Effect Oct 20 1901 BOUNDdNo2 I No4 exdsoudaY1 PMLveAMlTeLexington 2 10 jm 7 40 am Winchester 2 55 pm 8 25 am 07 pm 8 37 am 40 pm 9 13 am LEJUncnI3 51 pm 9 23 am 20 pm 9 54 am 34 10 08pm Beattyve Jc 14 56 pm 10 29 amII Jackson 00 pmjll 30 BOUNDhI Nol i No3 4STATIONSSunday Sunday I nahepnTorrentpmNatBridgepmStantonpmClayLEJnncnWincbeiter 9 lOam 4 03 pm- s pmLexingtoni YaugerCRAST R MORGAN S P A BRANCHrTime Table In Effect Juurjr 1M2 EAST BOUND WEST BOUND I No 22 No 21 exnSunday Sunday ar p m lev 9 45 amJackwo 100 pm v 9 40 am 0 k K Junction 105 pm 8 45 am Wilhurst 1 55 pm 8 30 amHampton 2 10 pm 7 45 am Lee City 3 00 pm 7 35 am Helechawa 3 10 pm 7 00 am Cannel City 3 45 pm L CONLEY Superintendent LOIFISVIILE TIN AND STOVE COMPANY Jobbers and Dealers in ST IlEfzymIQT3xP3v3 EsiEsET J 1 0 DILLER BENNETT f WHOLESALEh ilYI N PUITURThe Lit J to 527WHifftt r Wholesale PIr3I Healer in th r ull11l1l K1e REH BEYERSON CO t- WOLESAL 11tf i 508512 JBTREET b IOUIBiVILLE F i KYb1 is V THE HERALD mot SPENCER GOapR Editor 9 w r HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY March 18 1002 LEXINGTON is in a position to capture all of the trade of this section and when it sI i understood that this trade IS considerable in quantity and cash in quality it looks strange that the merchants of that city can not be made to sec it From Cannel City to Lex i i ington the only town that can I possibly compete with the t latter place is Winchester Now it the merchants of Lexington can make better prices goodsEj t commerce than her smaller rival the sentence which start realityJcdBut the merchants of Lexing ton must ask for It Sever was divine injunction more ap plicable to the every dayaf fairs of life than in this inIj stnncCuaskamI ye shallre ceive Invite the people of Frozen Creek Lee City Can c nel City Caney Neola Days borq Hazel Green Grassy 1 Creak Eel Maytown Still water and the iintermediate1 country to come to you and buy and the suddenness with which your trade is augmented will be astounding Mt Sterling has heretofore ben the mart for this part of time mountains but the advent o the Ohio and Kentucky railroad changes the aspect alto gether Apropos THE HKK ALl is the ideal medium throughwhich to invite this trade as it is the oldest most widely circulatedmost popular anti most quoted pa per in the mountains and enjoys a handsome circulation in the territory above named Spring is just now upon us and this is the time to prove our assertion Every man who avails of the opportunity will thank us for the advice and his revenue will be great ly increased Try it and see for yourself that what we say is absolute truth THE people of Campton last j week heldan indignation meeting as will be seen by reading the column headed Indignation etc That is all welland good so far as it goes but iiops short of the mark Let the gentlemen whose names are appended to that article wait upon the young man who promulgated these preponderous prevarica tions and warn him that in event he ever indites any other line of the same purport he will receive a coat of tar and feathers and have then and there the materials with r which to do the coating That will indeed have more effect than all the resolutions they i might pass in a month The fabricator is unknown toI us except bycertain earmarks but so plain arc they that the people doubtless ji have no doubt of his identity and they should act at once t Bgides being scandalous these i stories are exceedingly silly raltogether they are cal vto do our county in estimable injury Treat him 4 L- K to a coat of tar well besprink ledwith f a be no morn 1EtllOreJI R CyrC ENGLAND is afraid that some deep and dark purpose endanger ing the life of the republic is con coaled by the visit of Prince Henry This country will make a costly mistake if it trusts any European nation too far but if we had to choose between England and Germany it would bo safer to trust the latter WEBSTER FLANAGAN of Texas who gained notoriety at a repub lican national convention by his Vhatarewcherefor has scor ed on the Roosevelt target and got himself rcappointod collector of internal revenue for the Third Texas district Ho turned the trick during a personal visit to Washington IIIEIJo I Whats tho matter with the republican Minnesota state senate which has by a vote of 30 to 5 adopted a memorial protest ing against the U S permitting Great Britian to buy mules in this country to bo used in the war in South Africa as violation of a treaty THEHEB a row in Piorrepont Mor gans steamship trust and the kicker is the big Cunard Steamship Company which threatens to start a rate war Go it Cunard I go it PierrepontlI Perhaps if you fight long enough and hard enough a trip to Europe may got within the reach of us all IlAii for exGov Hogg of courtIeven to see the King of England lIe told them that if he couldnt see the King without rigging himself out in such gewgaws he would not see him at all TIlE judge of U S court at Cincinnati had his nerve as well as his common sense along when he Chicagoi comIpayonly i I IGHEAT SCOTT Will wonders ij never cease or is the story cabled from London that King Edward demands the strictest morality inj i af0 difficult to asso ciate morality of any sort with Eddies record j THE Boer envoys are again in this country They will find the peoplo sympathetic as they have udminIpretendImay be I IT is not surprising that the Filipinos should not be satisfied with the 25 per cent tariff conces thisIjust passed congress They should I either bo given free trade with us lor nothing TilE civil service dodge other wise known as the permanent cen sus bureau billwill make Mr Roosevelt get down on either the spoilsmens or the civil service reformers side of the fence Keep It in Tour Home And when the bowels fail to art properly take a dose of LVONS LAXATIVB SYRUPIt acts gently but effectually on the kidneys liver and bowels will keep your system in good working order and make your complexion clear Sold by J C Stamper Grassy Creek Sunday School Bible Institute On March 2023 Robert M Hopkins State Sunday School Evange list of the Christian church will conduct an institute in this place All persons will be cordially wel comed to each service and especially are all Sunday school work ers and pupils urged to attend every service Tho first meeting will be on Thursdry night On theIan address before the C W B 11 Aux of Hazel Green Christian church All who heard him here last March will hear him this time and every one else will want to hear him- WAXTEnTrustworthy moo and women to travel and advertise for old established house ofsolid finan cial standing Salary 780 a y- earands payable in cash No canvassing required Give refer en es and enclose selfaddressed stamped envelope AddressMana r 355 Caxton Bldg Chicago tf w y I5trloteljParaiJlti Wp Wallis of Consolation neighborhood had a stroke of par alysis about two weeks ago but recovered and had been about in usual health since until a few daysjj ago He was again stricken with paralysis on Tuesday morning and died within 15 minutes He ate hearty breakfast and seemed aI cheerful He was at the under treatment of Dr Center who being asked his condition that morning replied that he was get ting along nicely Only an hour or two afterward the news came that ho had died suddenly from a paralytic stroke and it was so sudden as to shock every one He leaves a wife and several children all of whom save Miss Minnie are married and to the sorrowing ones TilE HERALD goes out in sympa thy Send 85c and get a free trial of Wilsons Morphine Cure tested for 14 years and always successful Send to CORP WILSON f30y Calvert Texas The Cottage Fnii Contributions for the Hazel Green Cottage fond have been re ceived as follows up to March 12thEllwood Danlel1 00 Earl Ringo 1 00 Edge Krebs = 1 00 Florence Krebs 1 00 llTCoril 5 00 Nettie Wheeler 1 to J II Dunn 100 Y P S C E w 8 00 Mrs Q C Daniel 5 00 S O Sample 1 CO J A Rose 1 00 F W Long 1 00 lIuel RingoJS I 00 Ciseo 1 00I D II Kash 1 00 G W Arayx 1 00- KlishaT l Rose 1 00 Miss Mable G Crosse 5 Mrs Wm H Cord 5 Wni H Cord 5 00 Taylor Shockey 1 00 lilie Salyer 1 00 T NDuff 1 00 Nolda Davis 1 60 J H Blankenship 1 00 E P Greene 1 00 Entertainment 2 45 Balance Mock Trial 5 08 J W Fallen 1 00 Myrtle Ringo 1 00 Grand totaL 62 53 All who want to help raise this fundare urgently asked to con tribute as soon as possible WM H CORD Treas When you have head ache or neuralgia try Triphene Sold b SS Combs d Sons Campton andI H F Pieratt Hazel Green tf ExSheriff A T Combs wasI the guest of Judge Pieratt over night Tuesday and told us on Wednesday morning that peopleI generally were mistaken as to the idenity of the writer of the sensa tional articles emanating from Campton Two young men of tha place are the authors and it a pears that they were just tryingr their hands for the fun of the thing Be that as it may the should be requested to let up or the county will soon have a nam t abroad so unsavory that a strang er will hesitate to come within itsI confines Stop it and stop iit without further ado For 28c in stamps you can get a free trial of Wilsons Tobacco Cure Has cured thousands CORP WILSON f30y Calvert Texas Ballyl First Clothes In providing the tiny garments for a babys first wardrobe only the softest and daintiest of mate rials should be used The clothes may be aa exquisite as one pleases but elaboration should be consid ered tHe leastimportant point and hand sewing should be employed wherever possible The April De- lineator has an article upon the preparation of an infants first outfit that will be of distinct value to those to whom the subject is one that demands consideration The various garments are described and illustrated in detail and the fullydiscussed PileiieCirefPilMlI Money refunded if it ever fails Notidi Succeeds Like Success Robert P Kash of McCausey 1 growing in grace if we are to judg- from what we hear of him from visitors to that place It is said that within about four months he has handled upward of 100000 pounds of flour and our informan- says he now has 80000 pounds He believes in advertising and has told others than Tourself that his broughthimit and desire to say that what we can do to further his interests will be cheerfully done Keep u clear head and an honest heart Bobby and you will some day be a mer chant prince So mote it be Comfort Augusta Me offers to juvenile writers under 20 years a 2 1 and 50c prize for essays of 100 to 200words Subject Theo EssayEditor 5 r c J TOPS PAIN Athens Tenn Jan 37 IMU eralncethoan i ap nrnca of wr atepe they were tar and I antlered with grea pnfa Is my hfpa- b stomach and legs with terrible ruir down pale In the abdomen Doting the put nfonth I here been is cxWlri of CaiUnl and Thedforda Bl kDmujht andfl p l the month Iy irlod without pin for the tint time in jars NAKWIB DAvIS What Is Ufa worth lo a woman suffer In d like Nannie Davis suffered Yet thi re are women In thousands of homes today who are bearing those terrible menstrual pains ln silence II you are one of these we want to say that this same WINECARDUI will bring you permanent relief Console yourself with the knowledge that 1000000 women have been completely cured by Wine of Cardul These worn en suffered from leucorrhoea irregular menus headache backache and bearing town pause Wine ef Cardul wilt step all these aches mad pains for you Purchase a f100 bottle of Wise of Cardul UwUy sad take It In Ms privacy of your home FOf 84T1ee u4Uenareaa44n IhtDaI7lD1l pan mbionanoe XedldDeCo CIUaDootIa- I I A 10GENT WATCH I cantpossibly be anything but a toy A 1000 WATCH- is just a hundred times better IlirStep in and see that Thin Model Gold Filled Gentlenmus Watch were selling at 1000 We have others lower and higher priced FRED JJI HEINTZ Manufacturing Jeweler East Main Ht near Postoflice LEXINGTON KY Dent j y two extra profit ro i TOO boy orllIncoouoU7 WertuoWlheeamerauatafouthatwewould Ilv the Jart DoleeaieJuGbrrsodwe natrDaealto oe wad we will pay rnlctcfcuct both ways wtcanauo 0oaV8 two Profits equlpmentaWniie V v dMCribe tbe bucglrt Kurreji pbaHoiw etc that baye our factory famoua for tbelr blgb grade Dont wadbase7 THE COLUMBUS CARRIAGE A HARNESS CO 7725aoevBlYpmmttioetofumboe a 1iiililiioilIIliON weeryIrlft7Cats a Tfmr Lu Tlum a Vauy tIkmbtr ITHESOUTH LITERARY WEEKLY Published at Atlanta Ct CiKuUtion Over 50000 i3p SUNNY SOUTH lathe Grat Litrars WevKlar of the South lib devoted to Littu Rommnc Tact and Fiction and gives the best ofall that U current In IU Held Among Its contributors the most noted southern writers appearJoel Chandler Harris Harry SUllwell Edwards and outers of rowing fame Serial stories from Anthony Hope Maurice Thompson Sidney R Crockett Mrs George CorDett end Arthur W Marchmont have appear shortteelp umns OUier contests are contemplated that will successfully exploit the ripening meld of talent that only needs such fostering to lllutrato the wealth that Is shy to usert Itself tOfSUNNYSOUTHteems with the life of the great south The gen ylatsunshine warms everything Into activity and the season Is never cold enough to check the hand of Industry The paper comes fragrant with the breath of tile Theebout and pathos the romance and mystery of the land where the cor stores up the golden sunshine ant the cotton whitens In the moonlight win be glues la the wenfilled columns of this fascinating weekly The subscription price Is Only Witty Coat a year alike to all persons agents newspapers postmasters and every one else Clubs of five accompanied by the fail S2SO entitle the club raiser to the paper one year gratis sad OB A Postal Card the names of six of your neighbors who would appreciate the opportunity to read a copy of The sunny South and one sample will be teamed trey You can get your club of five out of these very people aw SUNNY SOUTH oaters over 90000 American homes now and during 1902 Is sore to be welcomed In fully as many more homes as the great weekly foal of good things the Southern Literary Weekly whose columns for 1902 will be the most readable of all the papers that come to yo- udlddraaLit mmunication to Sfto SUNNY SOUTH Atlanta Ga IJ F SADLER Co11 Established in 1865 COMMISSION MERCHANTS FOR TilE SALE OF Gt1ellosSkoeand Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI O Long Dlttance Telephone WEST 10- 1pLlberal cash advances made upon consignments and sales guaranteed W R CRAWFORD CO MerchantseFOR THE SALE OF SheepCincinnati 0tALSO Bourbon Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY Oonsignmentssolicited TIMKHUGHESe aPALATABLEFall d Better than Calomelaod Quinine ContrinsnoArsenieJ iTve Malarial Fevers Acts OD the YltemTUEISOSaLBHS SIMIEAIi SHIOAs well as a Sure Cure for JustwhatIT NEVER FAira ToiicGuarnnUcdoe andl Bottle SUCCESSWORTH HNOWINOPBEPAHED BY Forty 7earaaucceasIntheSouth I ROBINSONPETTET COiprove Haehes Tonic a greattremINCORPOBATEDed1 fofChllUdtallmitLrlslferer LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY t y iM a rc s Chi pestt Store On BartH Quality of Goofs Considered H F- hifli SlEfeATT t DEALER 1N 1 jil r i t b Live Stock Country f Produce LIVERY AND FEED STABLEH- orses Hacks Buggies cjfor hire i at all times and charges reasonable tt- 1 LUIWBERRough Dressed and Tongue and Grooved All kinds for sale f 150000 feetyet to dispose of at living pricesii TA ES x All outstanding taxes must be settled now or levytrill be made as I have only until January 1 1902 to make settlement in full Dont delay or it youYour PIERATT CECIL BROSe- tStaple Foncy Grocers Have iu Stock and Sell Luw fur CASH the following goods APPLLE BUTTER 15c quarljar r JELLIES nil kinds 3 plusses 25c PEACH LEAF LARD lru per pound poundCADOVAi in town 12jc packageSWEET for 25c KILA UTe 3pound can ltcwCOKN 10c per can PEAS 2 cans 25- caeHARNE3f BRIDLES GRANITE WARE Ac e Everything fint class and fresh and YOU SAVE MONEY on everything you buy cf us J TAYLOR DAY f IN STOCK A FULL LINE OFI ICARIUES j Ladies Dress Goods Y p 7 Gents Furnishings J 3 c k Ladies and Gents Shoes s J g Standard Groceries = Lamps and Queensware Sg S 3 ffi Cutlery and Hardware lgsBoots Shoes Hats Caps 135 a 03 In fact sYerYhlng usually mwrn Ul HHr4 M l l found in firstclass storel g 4 I i 1Je Day MilllllioielPY 1110S5IhBndso1110I EBY OJx to thrand tieXMFtees so low tfiat the pOOll may Buy like riM WAITS and WATCH TOIIS SPA E rc I have a nice lot of clothing which I intend to close out and if you want a bargain in this line do not fail to call at once lcAlso I will sell you shoes at 100 that I have always sold at 125 and the same pro clearthroughRemember for CASH ONLY J JYI ROSET-HE PEOPLES FRIEND f G GjlDEmI i a- oJitiza Cheapest and BestNORMAL AND PREPARATORY SCHOOL School in Eastern 00 RentuckpThe present term began September 8 with tho largest enrollment in the history of the school 11902t1 A thorough practical school for young men and cademicCommerciall DepartmentmbTaltlon ISOO for 38 Weeks WeekFor r W H CORD Principal s st r b- F II r THIMEIALD e t J e SPENCER GOOPS Editor FobP y tv HAZEL GREEN KY i THURSDAY iMarch 13 1902 f LEXINGTON is in a position to capture all of the trade of this section and when it is t understood that this trade is considerable in quantity fill cash in quality it looks strange 1 that the merchants of tha citycan not be made to see Lesw iington the only town that can possibly compete with the latter is Winchesteri IJex1ington and show a larger line of goodsII x in the various departments ofr commerce than her smaller rival the sentence which start ed this article is a reality But the merchants of Lexington must ask for it Never was divine injunction more ap plicable to the every day affairs of life than in this in stanceaskanll ye shallre ceive Invite the people ofr Frozen Creek Lee City Can nel City Caney Neola Days bore Hazel Green Grassy Creak Ezel Maytown Still water and the antcoll r f buy and the suddenness with + which your trade is augmented will be astounding Mt s Sterling has heretofore bees the mart for this part of th mountains but the advent o the Ohio and Kentucky railj roadchanges the aspect alto gether Apropos TIIE HER ALD is the ideal medium1j throughwhich to invite this r trade as it is the oldest most widely1 circulated mostl popular and most quoted pa per in the mountains andj enjoys a handsome circulation in the territory above named Spring IS just now upon us and this is the time to prow our assertion Every manj who avails of the opportunity will thank us for the 31 iceI and his revenue will be greatly increased Try it and set d t for yourself that what we say is absolute truth THE people of Campton last week heldan indignation meeting as will be seen by headedfl Indignation etc That is all well and good so far as ii- c it goes but iistops short of the a q mark Lct the gentlemen Y whose names are appended to that article wait upon the young man who promulgated l these preponderous prevarica tions and warn him that iinl event he ever indites another y line of the same purport tosr x and feathers and have thenI and there the materials withI which to do the coating That c= will indeed have more effect than all the resolutions they aina month The w fabricator is unknown to j us except by certain ear marks but so plain arc they i that the people doubtless =lave no doubt of his iidentity JLttd they should act at once sfcjv BjMjles beingscandalous these stories are exceedingly silly r and dtogetiler they are caljvviSvti to do our county in estimable injury Treat him1 besprinkx thlrellbeI r pctrated- n e Catrr Salas n ENGLAND is afraid that some deep and dark purpose endanger ing the life of tho republic is concealed by the visit of Prince Henry This country will make a costly mistake if it trusts any European nation too far but if we had to choose between England and Germany it would be safer to trust tho latter- WERSTER FLANAGAN of Texas who gained notoriety at a repub lican national convention by his Vllntarewe here for has scor ed on the Roosevelt target and got himself reappointed collector of internal rovenue for the Third Texas district Ho turned the trick during n personal visit to Washington HELLO I Whats the matter with the republican Minnesota state senate which has by a vote of 36 Ito 5 adopted a memorial protest ing against the U S permitting intthis country to bo used in the war in South Africa as violation of a treaty THERES a row in Pterrepont Mor gans steamship trust and the kicker is the big Cunard Steamship I Company which threatens to start a rate war Go it Cunard I go it jjPierropontlI Ierhaps if you fight long enough and hard enough a trip to Europe may get within the roach of us all I IUAII 1 for oxGov Hogg of for refusing to wear court dress kneebreeches sword etc even to see the King of England Ho told them that if he couldnt the without himsee King rigging self out in such gewgaws he would not see him at all TilE judge of U S court at Cin I cinnati had his nerve as well as his common sense along when he decided in effect that the Chicago board of trade was about as much cornepany that runs bucket shops only I GREAT SCOTTI Willwonders never cease or is the story cabled from London that King Edward inMallj I afnasoIEddies record THE Boer envoys are again in j this country They will find the people sympathetic as they have been all the time and the admiu istrntion so tied up with English diplomacy that it has to protend indifference whatever its feeling may bei IT is not surprising that the Filipinos should not be satisfied with the 25 per cent tariff conces sion on their products sent to this i country given by the bill that has just passed congress They should j jI either be given free trade with us or nothing THE civil service dodge other wise known as the permanent cen sus bureau bill will make Mr Roosevelt get down on either the spoilsmens or the civil service ro formers side of the fence Keep It in Your Home IAnd when the bowels fail to act properly take a dose of LYONS LAXATIVB SYRUP It acts gently but effectually on the kidneys liver and bowels will keep your system in good working order and wake your complexion clear Sold by J C Stamper Grassy Creek Sunday School Bible Institute On March 2023 Robert M Hop lone State Sunday School Evange list of the Christian church will i conduct an institute in this place All persons will be cordially wel I corned to each service andeape chilly are all Sunday school workers and pupils urged to attend every service The first meeting will be on Thursdry night On each evening he will illustrate the work with his splendid stereopti con and moving pictures On Saturday afternoon he will deliver Inn address before the C W B 11 Aux of Hazel Green Christian church All who heard him here last March will hear him this time and every one else will want to hear him WANTEDTrustworthy men and women to travel and advertise for old established house of solid finan cial standing Salary 780 a year an dispenses all payable in cash N 6 canvassing r qui red GiVe refer ences and enclose selfaddressed tamped envelope Address Manner 355 Caxton Bldg Chicago tf had 81otWI Pllrsi WfJ Wallis of Consolation neighborhood had a atrbkerof paralysis about two weeks ago but recovered and had been about in usual health since until a few days ago He was again stricken with paralysis on Tuesday morning and died within 15 minutes He ate a hearty breakfast and seemed quite cheerful He was at the time under treatment of Dr Center who being asked his condition that morning replied that he was get ting along nicely Only an hour or two afterward the news came that ho had died suddenly from a paralytic stroke and it was so sud den as to shock every one He leaves a wife and several children all of whom save Miss Minnie are married and to the sorrowing ones Till HERALD goes out in sympa thySend 85c and got a free trial of Wilsons Morphine Cure tested for 14 years and always successful Send to CORP WILSON f 30y Calvert Texas The Cottage Fluff Contributions for the Hazel Green Cottage fund have been re ceived as follows up to March 12thEllwood Daniel 1 00 Karl Ringo 1 00 Effie Krebs 1 00 Florence Krebs 1 00 BTCord 5 00 Nettle Wheeler 1 U0 J II Dunn 1 00 Y P S C E 8 00 Mrs Q C Daniel 5 00 tieO Sample 1 10 J A Rose 1 00 F W Long 1 00 Hazel Ringo 1 00 JS Cisco 1 00 D H Ka h 1 00 G W Arayx 1 00- KlishaT Rote = 1 00 Miss Mable G Croue 5 00 Mrs Wm H Cord 5 00 Win n Cord 5 00 Taylor Shocker 100 Lifie Salyer 1 00 T N Dull 100 Nolda Davis 160 111 Blankenship 1 00 E P Greene 1 00 Entertainment 2 45 Balance Mock Trial 5 08 J W Fallen 1 00 Myrtle Ringo 100 Grand totalAl-lwho want to help raise this fund are urgently asked to contribute as soon as possible WM H CORD Treas When you have head ache or neuralgia try Triphene Sold by S S Combs fe Sons Campton and H F Pieratt Hazel Green tf ExSheriff A T Combs was the guest of Judge Pieratt over night Tuesday and told us on Wednesday morning that people generally were mistaken as to the idenity of the writer of the sensa tional articles emanating from Campton Two young men of that place are the authors and it ap pears that they were just trying their hands for the fun of the thing Be that as it may they should be requested to let up or the county will soon have a name abroad so unsavory that a stranger will hesitate to come within its confines Stop it and stop it without further ado For 28c in stamps you can get a tree trial of Wilsons Tobacco Cure Has cured thousands CORP WILSON f30y Calvert Texas Babys First Cleftes In providing the tiny garments for a babys first wardrobe only the softest and daintiest ofmate rials should be used The clothes may be as exquisite as one pleases but elaboration should be consid ered the leastimportant point and hand sewing should be employed wherever possible The April De- lineator has an article upon the preparation of an infants first outfit that will be of distinct value to those to whom the subject is one that demands consideration The various garments are described and illustrated in detail and the materials and decoration fully discussed Pilelie Cures PUN I Money refunded if it ever fails HoW Sicceedi Like Success Robert P Kash of McCausey is i growing in grace if we are to judge irom what we hear of him from visitors to that place It is said that within about four months he has handled upward of 100000 pounds of flour and our informant says he now has 80000 pounds- H believes in advertising and has told others than Tourself that his broughthimit and desire to say that what we can do to further his interests will be cheerfully done Keep a clear head and an honest heart Bobby and you will some day be a mer chant prince So mote it beAComfort Augusta Me offers to IT juvenile writers under 20 years a 2 1 and 50c prize for essays of SnbjectTheodore pIEditor b STOPS PAIN Athena Tenn Jan 37 1801 2moniesanlered wih greet eI7ID in my hips bock stomach and legs with terrible bearing down paths in the abdomen During the put month I have heeD taking Wire of Cardul and Thedforda Black Dmu =btandIpeesedtbemonthl- yperlodwlthoutpain for the tint time In years NAKMDAVM What Is lift worth to a woman suffer ing like Nannie Davis suffered Yet there are women In thousands el homes today who are bearing those terrible menstrual pains In silence II you are eno cf these we want to say that this saneWINEoCARDUl will bring you permanent relief Con sole yourself with the knowledge that 1000000 women have been completely cured by Wine of CarduL These women suffered from leucorrhoea Irregular mess headache backache and bearing down pains Wine of Cardul wIN stop all these aches and pains for you Purchase a 9100 bottle cf Whit of Cardul today sad take It Ila the privacy of your home IOf e4T1e1usa LepaIrtanIt baHanccgYrdlda Ca CIiaUaDootIa I I A 10CEOT WATCH I cantpossibly be anything but a toy A 1000 WATCH- is just a hundred times betterStep in and see that Thin Model Gold Filled Gentlemans Watch were selling at 1000We have others lower and higher priced FRED JJIHEINTZ Manufacturing Jeweler East Main lit near Postoffice LEXINGTON KY I DEALt 1 THE MAKERS Dont pay two extra profla wbn you buy oreeUlDccountry We quote tbe same rale to you that we would tire the largnt nrbole le iubrr sod wo oryou an ortment to cbooM from punt uno other dealer can show With every purchase w clV the broaden guarantee flit la not In everyway satisfactory you can return Ui vtlilcl to aaid we wilt pay keljbl charge both ways Wrcanuio Save two Profits K equipmentsWritdMcrllw the buggies lurren tint bats nud our fkctory famous for ttb1belgrade DontN DelhaveTHE COLUMBUS CARRIAGE a HARNESS CO yttaaolriyttaaoColumbna 0 PO Box 772 wnblno- sayaWarua stter tea SLLou4MoPOBox64BugvtyalituaraPitrsmP eblpmeathtncotumlw p I ii InJiOH I 1 Fifty Cast s Yomr Lui Than A Tatty a Number THE SOUTHS LITERARY WEEKLY Published At Atlanta GaCirculation Over 50000 ID1 SUNNY SOUTH Is the Grat Lltvrary WokIv OILS Booth It is devoted to Lltaratar Rommncv Tact and Fiction and gives the best of all that U earrent In Its Held Amona Its contributors the most noted southern writers appear Joel Chandler Harris Harry SUllwell Edwards and others of growlno brae Serial stories from Anthony Hope Maurice Thompson Sldaey R Crockett Mrs George CorbMMnd Arthur W Marchmont have appeared and others are in waiting from te pen of authors of national note A short Story COBlect brOBCBt out nvarlx 8v koadr cS splvrtdid abort torlM all worthy a place la ES SUNNY SOOTH S readable col amos Other contests are contemplated that will successfully exploit the ripening Sold of talent that only needs such fostering to Ulwtrate the wealth that Is shy to assert Itself BIN ST7NNT SOUTH teems with the life of the great south The gen ial sunshine warms everything Into activity and the season is never cold enough tochectthehead of Industry The paper comes fragrant with the breath of toe magnolia and Bine and gives out the very air of the orange palm and bay The beauty and pathos the romance and mystery of the land where the corn stores up the golden sunshine ail the cotton whitens In the moonlight will be given In the wetlflUed columns of this fascinating weekly a The subscription price Is Only Fifty Costa a year alike to all persons Nests newspapers postmasters and every one else Clubs of live accompanied by the full S2SO entitle the club raiser to the paper one year gratis SUDA on a Postal Card the names of six of your neighbors who would appreciate the opportunity to read a copy of The sunny south and one sample will be nailed free You can get your club of five out of these very people tBte SUNNY SOUTH esters over 50000 American homes now and daring 1902 It sure to be welcomed In fully as many more homes as the great weekly reAl t of good things the Southern Literary Weekly whose columns for 1902 will be the most readable of all the papers that come to you AflraAlr Ceusaafeattoaa t Gfta SUNNY SOUTH Atlanta Ga rJ F SADLER CoiEfEstablished in 1865 COMMISSION MERCHANTS FOR TilE SALE OF GattellosSkeeand Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI O Long Pittance Telephone WEST 10- 1rrLiberal cash advances made upon consignments and sales guaranteed W R CRAWFORD CO Live Stock Commission FOR THE SALE OF SheepCincinnati ALSO 0 Bourbon Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY Conaignmesolicited SpringHUCHESI to PALATAULE Fall prevents Chillsl Dengue and ContrlnnoArsenicJ Malarial Fevers Ads on thoBetter than Calomeland Quinine temTIlEE JELLBRT filSBBAl SHIC2well as a Sure Cure for JnltwbatNEVER PAIJSI ToiicQamrmateedIleitis BYWORTHFortyvearsuccaainthe8oothROEINSONPETTETI COhesTonlom gre re1INCORPORATEDCor ChWdlhaalrial ere LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY l Ckeaput Store On Earth Qaallty of Goods Considered H Fit PIERATT Cb- DEALER IN tiJijl1i1 MjJi1 ri t i ProduceNLIVERY AND FEED STABLE 1 Horses Hacks Buggies Sc for hire at all times and charges reasonable s i LU1WBERRough Dressed and Tongue and Grooved All kinds for sale 150000 feetyet to dispose of at living prices = TA ESAlloutstanding taxes must be settled now or levywill be made as I have only until January 11 1902 to make settlement in full Dont delay or it youYour PIERATT tfKV w CECIL BROSo StopIe Foncy Grocers Have in Stock and Sdl Law fur CASH the following gouda APPLLE HUTTER loc qiiaujur JELLIES nil kinds a glasses 25c EAJIf1 1 LEAF LAUD Ifo per pound J5UGAH Me to OJc per pound CAUOVA COFFEE best in town 12Jc packageSWEET for 25c KRAUT 3pound can lOc CORN lOc per can PEAS 2 cans 25c IIHARNESS BRIDLES GRANITE WARE Ac tc Everything first I class and fresh and YOU SAVE MONEY on everything you buy cf us I J TAYLOR DAYtI IN STOCK A FULL LINE OFI ICARnIES Ladies Dress Goods iI r = aj Gents Furnishings JT Er3 1 Ladles and Gents Shoes s t Standard roceriesW f2 = wtaCLampsCutlery and Hardware 4m o rFacar IIBootsIn fact eydrything usually jaS found in firstclass store J ll sSl p i tJri Di ice V lrlm1j fi 11Vij ill SOQR re1eiV6 ihe Jtl085 t Ihan4S0Jue lWeof ULXXdI v EBY eoOBS erei blOUJhi toy tnoioxiia uis asafl iliaI t pritees so low tljtat be oor w iny buy like richJ 2 WAIJPj and WATCH lfPBIS SPAa CLOTHINGI have a nice lot of clothing which I intend to close out and if you want a bargain in this line do not fail to call at once r CS OES c Also I will sell you shoes at 100 that I have always sold at 125 and the same pro clearthroughRemember W ONLYSJ 1Ww ROSETHE PEOPLES FRIEND II lEL G011E100 Cheapest and BeNORMAL AND PREPARATORY SCHOOL School in Eastern Kentucky 00 llllhiLl HI fpaFTho present term began September oftheThe Second Session begins JANUARY I 1902 andwomenAeademleCommerctalDepart iment BEvery Teacher is a GRADU- ATEIIrTuIUOD IJSoo for 38 Weeks SLO0 per Week r particular Write W B CORD Principal p al II What are Humors I I They lire vitiated or morbid fluids coura Ing the veins and affecting the tissues I 11tlonI How do they manifest themselves In many forms of cutaneous 1II salt rheum or eczema pimples and in weakness languor general How are they espelled r ByIHoods Sarsaparilla which also builds up the system that hat suffered from them It Is the best medicine for all humors t I t THE HERALD I 6 I I j Two Mormon eldors Invadedour vicinityon Monday Green Allen passed through Y j twopairofmnlelland Sterling market Berry James and family haveI I removed from Lacy creek to thoI I home of his mother Mrs Angline James of Hazel Green Greatest Medicine iis AMERICAS it pos sews unequalled curative powers mill its record of cures is GREATEST Dr Waldeck says that Jim Cot tie who lives just above West Liberty has a clock that has been running over 200 years and that ha can produce living1 witnossei r of the fact- Preacher iii- t Jim Tom Pieratt has been suffering with rheumatism for the past few weeks and is stillI a victim to its ravages He hopes to be able in a few days to go to l Cherokee county KansasI TbeHazelGreenChristianchurcl has raised fifty dollars for missions this month now let the members raise the amountof the churchs T anyIr thing but love For Constipation asitlspleasuttotakeandperdfeetlyharmieauuderallctreumatauces Sold by J C Stamper Grassy Creek Wilson Co last week bought a house and lot at Neola for 125 The lot is noarla quarter acre h and has on it a three room cottage painted and in good repair beside a storehouse Sim Hamilton sold it f CASTORIAI For Infanta and Childrentt The Kind You Have Always Bought I Sears thet- 3ignttttirB X7 I of r School Superintendent Jr j Taiilbeo has appointed Dr A C t Nickell1 as trustee of the Hazel Green school district vice G B Swango removed to Montgomery county and John Ward vice W i T Swango removed to Millers burg For Sale One Fay No8six roll 8 inch lightning floorer with beading at tachment One Fay carriage cut ting off saw F BUSH Soy Lexington Ky r Do you want a blue grass farm If so write C H Donuohue Mt r Sterling lYr who has ono of 120 acres that he is going to sell on Thursday the 27th inst First read the ad in our paper this week i It is the place you want doubt less FOR SALEA scholarship in the Commercial College of Kentucky University By early application tatthis office some young man can save several dollars tf 4 A few of the old and middle agedmarried ladies of town met at the residence of Mr and MrsL yn K F N Day to celebrate Mr Days j 58th birthday and whiled away 7 the time in sewing carpet rags un til dinner time when they sat down to a menue headed by a big fat hen and dumplings to r u Duly Feed Man and Stood Feed your nerves also if you would have them strong Bioa1 made pure and rich by Hoods a Sarsaparilla Is the only true nerve food De sure to get hoods It never disappoints Hoods Pills cure constipation Price 25c Read the new ad of Louis Gus Straus Lexington and when you go to the city give them a call 1nMake it your headquarters and make yourself at home Preacher Pieratt told us yesterday that he i has worn an overcoat bought from for three winters past and that it is now practically good as new He strongly recomljlcndsthem- I y f z d i EXERCISES IN Among Pupils Under Prof N ICisco at The Academy slelliugIdisgust Show me a cowardand I will show you a boy or man that isnt fit for anything for a coward can not be what ho wants to ber and of course ho isnt to any one else Take a boy that is a coward anythingIj gr a coward is afraid to toll the truth and afraid to do the thing that a right when it conies before him for such a time will come that w must publicly take our stand for right or wrong regardless of what tho wprld may say or think of us- A coward is afraid to face the worldwhen hard times come A brave man or woman will never falter or full back when great calamities come upon them but a cowardwill fall back some commits suicide some try the rum shop and there run his race but i I there comes a time that ho want to stop for h hdjdbb intend to goI to this extent only thought hie would drink until things brightened up a little j was not brave enough to face his troubles aloni or to ask God for help instead of the liquor and then ho did not have enough brave manhood abou t to say Uno when old chums would ask him to drink Cowardice and bravery does not just mean fight ing and not fighting it means for jearance patience and honor forI it takes a brave man to be this and it was tho true brave men that made our country free that was not afraid to take their standl for right even should it cost thenl I their lives Now boys if you ant4 to be brave and not a coward you I will do the thing that you know isI right no matter what it costs you under any circumstances ami whent you make up your mind to quit a bad habit be brave enough tcI I stand to your word no matter how much your company may laugh I and make fun of yfubo brave andIII stand firmII j DRFENNERSGOLDEN RELIEFCUTS CURES ANY GRIP BRUISES COLDS SPRAINS BRONCiIriIS- NSTINGS SORETHPOAT- RUSTYNAI NEURALGIA COLIC INSIDE OR OUT DIARHHCEAI Druggist la 1 to 8 minutes S3e50cSl Sold by II F rieratt Hazel Green K Logan Shockey who went west bout two weeks ago with Curt Lacy and Kelley Jordan on Mon day telephoned from every station between McCausey and this place that he would be home that oven Hi0tied says he was robbed of between 30 and 40 while asleep on the trainI Ijust Ill before he reached Charles Help NatureI Babies and children iI proper food rarely ever I f cine on their If they food do not needII I wrong They need a iI help to get their digestive- S machinery working properly S S 1 COD LIVER OIL WllI NrPoPh4ASPHITES OFlIHE Ii 5044 will generally correct this 1 difficulty IIIfI f you will put from one fourth to half a teaspoonful I in babys bottle three or four times a day you will soon see iI a marked improvement For i larger children from half to a teaspoonful according to I age dissolved in their milk if you so desire will very I soon show its great nourishing power If the mothers fI milk does not nourish the I baby heneedL the emulsion j It will show an effect at once both upon mother and childsoc 100 tlldraggtrtJ qCOTT 4 BOWNE Chectt New York is F9t 4j t flNDIGNATIQi r iCastptoWko Abut Our Affairs And Pus a Series of Hiiolitioii COy erlng the Cue Bit flay Know Him sad Should TtffflH CAMPTON Ky March 5 1002 To the Editor of TUB HERALD Owing to the fact that of late some party or parties have hadI published in several daily papa some very fallacious malignant andsensational news articles aboi tt ethe doings of some of our people viz The Moore Bigamy CaseI The Lena Williams Gold MineI Dianeer Napier Pitched Battle all which worn falsely fabricated quite a number of the representative citi zens of this community met in the courthouse Tuesday the 4th inst and phased the following resold lions which will apply with equal force and effect to all the above fakes vizaWHEREAS The citizens of Wolf county in mesa meeting assembled 3 h order to give expression of our feelings as well as to reply to the following false and scandalous news article published ir the Cincinnati Post and other daily pa pers on the 28th ultimo viz EIGHT WERE SHOT IN BATTLE One Hundred Armed Men Now Guard the Campton Ky Jail ThejWere FighttCAJIPTOX KY Feb 28 SpecialJ SberiffT F Stamper and posse today a battJeinat Den Harris distillery seven miles from the place where the battle occurred Shtofof the gang and two of the posse were wounded Stamper and his men followed d 1the trail of blood to the distillery when they found Green Baker Tom Owsley Wesley Peyton John Strickland Theodort Montgomery Sid Gillespie Walter Rein k UuckII the wounds of their leaders Clay Napier and John Faulkner They were surprised by the sheriff and his meu who rushed at them with drawn weapons but the gang ut once fired upon the officers and wounded two of the posse slightly The sheriff and posse the fire wounding Duck Wooten Noa Katliffe William Newmeyer Henry Horn ette Arklll Rogers and JrfT Townsend It- b thought that Wooten and Townsend willII die Nathan Greer an innocent bystander was wonnded in the arm The prisoners were brought here and lodged in jail Woolen Townsend Napier and Faulkner who could not be moved were left in custody of a strong guard Napier and his folowers aud Faulkner and his followers made friends soon after the battle in Mrs Taulbees yard A crowd is gathering on the street in front of the jail carrying Winchester rifles and mob violence is fear One hundred well armed men are guarding the jail Therefore be it resolved First That after having investigated the foregoing article we find that it iis untrue and unfounded There was DO battle fought no one wounded no one arrestedno cne placed in jail no one on guard at the jail no assemblage of people armed or unarmed near or about the jail Only three of the above named warriors reside in the county and the two opposing feudalists are peaceable young men of the county who have never figured in any lawless outbreaks I Second That we condemn in unme- cured terms these newspaper correspondents who are so vigilant in fabricating and reporting fakes and sensationall falsehoods to the injury and discredit of the countrv presumabl for the purpose 1of making a few dollars in money Third That the HAZEL GREEN HER ALD and all other papers that have pub requestled C C County Attorney J W CONGLETON County Judge W S TUTT County Clerk J F VAN8ANT Circuit Clerk J B LITTLE Jailer J C LYKINS W B DUFF Attorneys Logan Fallen formerly a citizen of this county but at present a resident of Wilmer Texas an d Miss Laura Wilaon daughter o Joe Lee Wilson were married at the residence of tho brides parents on Gillmore Wedneada afternoon yesterday at 2ooloc Rev Frank Pres Wilson officiat ingThe Caney side of the big tannelof caved in on Sunday night for 20 or 25 feet which prevented trains from running on Mondayand near Cannel City a landslide inclndin an immense rock and heaps of mud Caney is in the midst of a mea ales epidemic and one or two deaths have resulted j Jones well known here and rWill Miss Bonny KKash was drowned near Carrollton asiion the 28th of February He his family lived at Jeffersonvill I Ind and he had a jjob on a towboat plying between Louisville and Pittsburg While coaling the boat from a barge in tow the wheelbarrow he was running slipped from the stage plank and carried him over Six of the crew witnessed the accident but his body was not recovered Gardner Jones his father took his wife and two chit ireiin Washington county TO THE DEAF A sick lady cured of her deafness and noises in the head by Dr Nicholson Artificial Ear Drums gave 10000 to hia Institute so that deaf people unable tto procure the Ear Drums may have them free Address No 4486 The Nicholso Institute 780 Eighth Avenue NtnYo- r4lr COUNTY NEWS NOTES a JVTo insure insertion ALL corres bytlondayi that nearby on Monday morning Our corresponflenU are derelict in duty nd we want to say that henceforth they will not receive papers except for the week they have newsletters Wear dependent upon them for the news and when they fail to send in their favorsI they put us to great inconvenience SUNNY SIDE Rev Sam Taulbee of the heights preached on Lacy creek Sunday Three of the Caudle boys oif Caney enrolled in school last week They are eons of the twins J W Taulbee made a flying trip to Jackson Thurday of last week and returned the same day Misses Maud and Eliza Taulbee severalrdays came back to school Mon dayYe scribe spentWednesday nightt last week with Miss Pearl Dyr of your town and had a pleasant visittt Ed Watson of Caney and MrI McClnre of Grassy are among theI new pupils who have rcently enrolled at the academy South Arnett one of the Hazel Greene academy pupils staid over night Thursday with Creed Oney toJhave South with us Miles Fallen of Lacy creek passed lasthweek en route to James Bises and while there bought a sewing machine from Miss Cornie Misses Cnllio Oney and Lulai Taulbee tooi in the entertainment at JncKson on the night of the 22nd at the S P Lees institute given in honor of Washingtons birthday A nice little bunch of cattle passed through here Monday Some of our cattle men would do well1 to go to Reaussoau Breathitt county to buy cattle as there are over one hundred in that vicinity and most if not all for sale March 11 SUSIE SUNBEAM CAMPTON BRIEFS A H Stamper is attending court at Jackson this week Supt J1Y Taulbee of Daysboro was in town Saturday J Newton Congleton visited relatives at Torrent and Filson the past week ahire JN Vaughn and daughter Gracie of near Lexington are via iting relatives at this place lOwing to the illness of Mrs F D Palmeter Rolla L Bailey i occupying her place at the acad emy this week Sheriff Stamper returned fro Louisville Thursday with Dr J E Rogers formerly of Zachariah this county in charge Mr Rogers who has been attending a medical college in that city is made defendant in a breach of promise suit brqnght by Miss Joanah Bush of Torrent He was released under bond to await the action of the next grand jury A few worthless characters of this place who pretend to represent some of the leading newspapers of the country in the capacity of news correspondents in their greed for news have lost all respect for themselves and the community by wilfully and malicious forfi daily papers as special dispatches portraying the b 100 dcurdling1 thYe town Campton describing t6kFaulknerNapier feud This al ready world famous mountain feud exists only in the imaginary minds these few amateur newspaper orrespendenta who have chosen falsehood for their theme and founded their theory on the walls trashgI nity in the eyes of the deceived public and will add another chap ter to our erroneous history of bloodthirstiness The papers printing such sensational dispatches should question the char 1 Ifi 1rP gemmmmmmr r ll uumummuulmuuI l M When you go to Lex i1 ington can on LOUIS Be M CUS STRAUS Lead ing Clothiers of Kentucky El Make their store headquar H ters Introduce yourself bji telling em you know Uncle Spence and you will meet with prompt attention =II Ia T II I ii acter of their correspondents be fore engaging such persons to rep resent their papers March 11 MAX LACY CKEEK Born March the 5th toAmand Bolin twin boys at tho residence of Daniel Noble Mother and children not expected to live La terThey are all dead The school at Rose chapel which was taught by E C Kash closed March 1st with a general examii I nation of all the pupils which disclosed the fact that tho pupils had advanced in their various I studies with great rapidity All the patrons of the district were present and were all highly pleased with the examination and the I manner in which their children t had been taught Mr Knell has proven himself to be a model i teacher and worthy of emulation j j In your last weeks issue we saw i an item stating that never before did the importance of good roads impress one as the present cI We think so It does look like the present road system in our county is a failure from the fact that a great many of the overseers are negligent of theirduty and fail to perform such work as will make the roads of any durability estt pecially in the winter and spring I seasons Also the roadhands contrary and dont want to nreII I and demean themselves in such aII their labor wasmanner as though I thrown away and was of no bone fit Consequently when the over I seers and their hands meet on their i various sections of toads in the fall of the year they generally I have a few rough words over work ing the roads Then they will dee vise some plan to get over theJ roadas quick as possible That plan as a general thing is to dig up some loose dirt scrape it into the gullys and ruts and leave it which does not make much of an improvement I will say if the overseers would crosslay the road in the fall season with timber where it is muddy or likely to be come deep mud that such a con dition of the roads would not ex ist as does now There is plenty of timber in this county and its does not take valuable timber to crosslay roads and there is no good reason why it should not be done tomtalk about marketinghis farm products or the merchant getting his goods or the printer his paper or the business man his mail or do ing any other kind of business over the rondo When the mill boys cant ride over them horseback such a state of case should not exist in this county or any other county in Eastern Kentucky Good rogue are a source ofrevenue to every citizen in the county and are needful in most every business avocation of life Bad roads are a high tariff to every citizen in the county Let every citizen that is j interested in good roads and the welfare of Wolfe county have something to say about the matter There are two statutes that gov eras the making and keeping up of the public roads or highways One is by the appointing of over seers and allotment of hands by the county court Thc other is bye having a road commissioner andI road tax levied to make and keep up the road I will suggest that all of the taxpayers of Wolfe county meet in their several voting precincts and hold road meetings and elect delegates to confer with the fiscal court which will convene at the court house on the first day of April 1002 The roads are notI only bad now but have been bad for quite a number of years through the winter and spring seasons This matter needs prompt attention March 10 NOSEY PA4- r BOURBON I r Ell ttL Good Liquor is free from adul teration drugiother harmful ingredients This is a subject worth looking into fIas a necessity a luxuryand a plea sure a good stimulant is Import ant When you want something good send us your orders Hagans Old Bourbon In Jags Best California Wines 4 150Ij G year old 250 per gallon Blackberry per gal 125 7 year old 275 per gallon Catawba per gallon 125 i 8 year old 300 per gallon Kelly Island Wines 10 Year Old in Bottles Plain Box Sherry per gallon 125 Iii j4 Quarts 300 Port per gallon 11256 Quarts 450 i Blackberry perl gallon 100 12 Quarts 900 Catawba per gallon 100 YouFSend P O Money Order or Registered Letter to the HAGAN DISTILLING CO- LEXINGTON KY ia 1 Blue Grass Fain Blue GrassJurseries AT PUBLIC SALE SPRING 1902I HAVING determined to remove toII EfTFrolt and Ornamental Trees Grape I will on the premises on vines Asparagus Small Fruits and OarTnUKoUAYdirectMARCHII t AT 11 OCLOCK A Mrat Catalogue on application to HILLENMEYERSellder my farm of 120 ACRES situated LEXINCTON KY 3J miles west of Mt Sterling Ky WILSONTheREIRESESTISGgomery 00fencedy r it Terms made known on day of saleWF5OLER1Eb GROq Rr j EXIQTOV KY For information in regard to sameSolicits the trade ercbanta call promptnessLong1 dress undersigned Sterling f u Ky I t C H DONNOHUE MALES FOR SALErAVJNG sold my farm Hpfurther use for live TIQERff PANTS 0nowotferforsaleatprivatecortract O Made x 2 UttSLegA 8 One a yearling and thej other 3 Td 5 STAGSlierbI I fAreBetter Style Than Any Otb ereappreciated Calves eit ttheithreeyear r For Sale b adyHAZEL CREEN KYC dress JOiJE800000 March G4tr r FMIJrr t + b fw 7 E i 91 r What vitiated are Humors I auraiAdlgesIrI How do they manifest themselves r In many forms of cutaneous eruption I salt rheum or eczema pimples and bolls i and In weakness languor general debility How are they expelled By Hoods Sarsaparilla which also builds up the system that hat suffered from them It IIs the best medicine for all humors j THE HERALD i jl yr I j Two Mormon elders invaded our vicinity on Monday Green Allon passed through I here Monday with twopair of mules j and 72 head of cattle for the Mt Sterling Berry marketIiremoved from Lacy creek to the Ii home of his mother Mrs Angline i James of Hazel Green t AMERICAS Greatest Medicine is it Pus ie5b unequalled curative lpowers nod its record of cures is GREATEST CotItieI t Liberty has a clock that has been I Itt running over 200 years and that f t ho can produce living witnesses I ff of the fact i rrPreacher Jim Tom Pieratt has been suffering with rheumatism t for the past few weeks and is still a victim to its ravages He hopestt to be able in a few days to go to l Cherokee county Kansas t TheHazelGreenChristianchnrch t has raised fifty dollars for missions tthis month now let the members J raise the amount of the churchs tindebtedness and owe no man any r thing but loveiI I For Constipation Tate LrollIIIautheSru an Ideat remedy tOI aadieandchtldnuuattapcasauttotaleudperrecaphannlo underallctnunutaucelitee2Sc Sold by J U Stamper Grassy Creek ifIWilson Co last week bought- a r a house and lot at Neola for 125II tw The lot is nearly a quarter acre fand has on it a three room cottage t painted and in good repair beside a storehouse Sim Hamilton iTTsold it ttCASTORIAI For Infant and Children Be Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- t3lgafttnra 1 of t i ti ii School Superintendent JW j Taulbeo has appointed Dr A C Nickell as trustee of the Hazel Green school district vice G BJ I Swango removed to Montgomery r county and John Ward vice 1Vii i f T Swango removed to Millers burg For Sale One Fay No8six roll 8 inch lightning floorer with beading at tachment One Fay carriage cut ting off saw F BUSH Sox Lexington Ky Do you want a blue grass farm If so write C H Donuohue Mt Sterling Ky who has one of 120 acres that he is going to sell on Thursday the 27th inst First read the ad in our paper this week It is the place you want doubt less FOR SALEA scholarship in the Commercial College of Kentucky p University By early application at this office some young man canI save several dollars R tfIA few of the old and middle aged married ladies of town met at the residence of Mr and Mrs F No Day to celebrate Mr Days 58th birthday and whiled away the time in sewing carpet rags un til dinner time when they sat down to a menue headed by a big fat len and dumplings Duly Feed Man and Steed Peed your nerves also if you would have them strong Blood made pure and rich by Hoods Baritparilla is the only true nerve food Be s sure to get hoofs It never disappoints r Hoods Pills cure constipation Price Kc Read the new ad of Louis l Gus Straus Lexington and when you go to the city give them a call Make it your headquarters aud make yourself at home Preacher Pieratt told us yesterday that he has worn an overcoat bought from for three winters past and that it is now practically as good as new He strongly recommends them + k ab EXERCISES IN COMPOSITION I Among Pupils Under Prof Noah l Cisco at The Academy IIpelliugIThe very word fills one with disgust Show mo a coward and I will show you a boy or man that isnt fit for anything for a coward can not be what ho wants to be and of course he isnt to any ono else Take a boy that is ft coward anylhingbutgr I a coward is afraid to toll the truth aud afraid to do the thing thats I right when it comes before himII for such a time will come that we must publicly take our stand for right or wrong regardless of what the tfprld may say or think of us A coward is afraid to face the worldwhen hard times come A 1 11falter11 greatII calamities come upon them aI coward will fall back some com mits suicide some try the ramf shop and there run his race but t there comes a timo that he wantsff to stop for htfdjidht intend to gOfI f to this extent only thought he I would drink until things bright bravelaenoughor to ask God for help instead oCt the liquor and then he did not have enough brave manhood about I to say no when old chums would ask him to drink Cowardice and bravery does not just mean fightii ing and not fighting it bearance patience and honor fortt it takes n brave man to be this I and it was the true brave men that made our country free that was not afraid to take their stand for right even should it coat them i their lives Now boys if you wanti to be brave and not a coward you I twill do the thing that you know iis1 101 right no matter what it costs you under any circumstances aud when you make up your mind to quit a bad habit be brave enough to stand to your word no matter how I much your company may laugh md make fun oCube brave and stand firm ji I DRFENNERSIGOLDEN RELIEFCU- TS CURES ANY GRIP BRUSm NSOREl1I1IOAT eRONCHtm COLDS COLIC INSIDE OK OUT DIAARRIIG- uDrupptafe is InltoSmlnutea 23cSOcSt Sold by H F Pieratt Hazel Green Ky Logan Shockey who went west I about two weeks ago with Curt Lacy and Kelley Jordan on Mon day telephoned from every station 1betweenthat he would be home that even ng and came in on time He says ho was robbed of between 30 md 10 while asleep on the train just before he reached Charleston Ill Help NatureI Babies and children need II proper food rarely ever medi- cineIII If they do not thrive l on their food something is I wrong They need a little iihelpi to get their digestive If machinery working properly S R 911 COD LIVER OILWI- THHYPOPHOSPHITESOHIME4SOM I will generally correct this 1 difficulty IIIfyou will put from one T fourth to half a teaspoonful in babys bottle three or four times a day you will soon see I a marked improvement For f f larger children from half tot a teaspoonful according to age dissolved in their milk I t if you so desire will very soon show its great nourish power If the mothers lingI does not nourish the baby henee the emul j sionl It will show an effect r at once both upon mother and child soc sadr ea tat trvOTT A BOWNE Chemist New York INDlGNATIOr y T Meeting of Citizeis of Campto lf Who Co 4deau the Liar About Our Affairs And POI a Series of ReioliUou Co setup the Cue lilt They KMW Eta and skonld lIar KIll CAMPION KY March 5 1002 To the Editor of Tint HERALD Owing to the fact that of late somo party or parties have ha published in several daily papa- some very fallacious malignant andsensational news articlesabo the doings of some of our people t viz The Moore Bigamy Case The Lena Williams Gold Mint Discovery The Young Mont 1 Suicide Club and the Faulkner Napier Pitched Battle all whicht falsely fabricated quite e number of the representative citizens i of this community metin the courthouse Tuesday the 4th iust and passed the following easel l tions which will apply with equal force and effect to all the above fakes VIZ- WUEREAII The citizens of Wolfe county in mesa meeting assembled i feelingsIscandalous news article published ini the Cincinnati Post and other daily papers I on the 28th ultimo viz EIGHT WERE SHOT IN BATTLE One Hundred Armed Men Now Gus the Campton Ky Jail TheyWereInjured in the Former Fight CAMPTOS KY Feb 2SpecialS- herid T ariin the yard ot Mrs J G Taulbee at Vortex at Dea Harris distillery seven miles fro place where the battle occurred Si the gang and two of the pone we wounded Stamper and his men roda the trail of blood to the distillery where OwleyIMontgomery Gilleipie Walter Rein hart David Blair Adam Staggs Duck Wooten William Newmeyer Ben Puckett Arkill Rodgers and Jeff Townsend dreesi- the wounds of their leaders Clay Napi and John Faulkner They were surprised by the sheriff and his men who ruhej at them with drawn weapons but the gang at once fired upon the officer and wounded two of the posse slightly The sheriff and posse reluro the fire wounding Buck Wooten Nos Rat litfe William Newmeyer Henry Hum ette Arkill Rogers and Jeff Townsend It thought that Wooten and Townsend wi die Nathan Greer an innocent bystander was wonnded in the arm The prisons were brought here and lodged in jailt Wooten Townsend Napier and Faulkner who could not be moved were left in cus tody oj a strong guard Napier and bis Mowers and Faulkner and his followers mode friends soon after the battle in Mr yard A crowd is gathering on the street in front of the jail carrying Winchester rifles and mob violence is toed One hundred well armed men are guarding the jail olvedIFirst That after having investigated the foregoing article we find that it untrue and unfouqded There was no battle taught no one wounded no 0 o arrested no cne placed in jail no or on guard at the jail no assemblage of people armed or unarmed near or about the jail Only three of the above named warriors reside in the county and the two opposing feudalists are peaceable young men of the county who have never figured in any lawless outbreaks Second That we condemn in unme- eared terms these newspaper correspond ents who are so vigilant in fabricating andreporting fakes and sensational1 falsehoods to the injury and discredit of the country presumably for the purpose of making a few dollars in money Third That the HAZEL GREEN HERALD and all other papers that have pu tiered this sensational article be request ed to publish these resolutions C C FULKS County Attorney J W CONGLETON County Judge W S TUTT County Clerk J F VANSANT Circuit Clerk J B LITTLE Jailer J C LYKINS W B DUFF Attorneys Logan Fallen formerly a citii zen of this county but at preset a resident of Wilmer Texas and Miss Laura Wilaou daughter of Joe Lee Wilson were married at the residence of the brides parents on Gillmore Wednesd afternoon yesterday at 2 oolock Rev Frank Pres Wilson officiat ingThe Caney side of the big tunnelI caved in on Sunday night for 20 or 25 feet which prevented trains from running on Monday and near Cannel City a landslide incladi an immense rock and heaps of mud Caney is in the midst of a measles epidemic and one or two deaths have resulted Will Jones well known here and who married Miss Bonny Rash was drowned near Carrollton Ky on the 28th of February He and his family lived at Jeffersonvilk Ind and he had a jjob on a tow boat plying between Louisville and- y Pittsburg While coaling the boat from a barge in tow the wheelbar row he was running slipped from the stage plank and carried him over Siof the crew witnessed the accident but his body was not recovered Gardner Jones his chileWashington county UtyeTIlE DEAF A sick lady cured of her deafness and noises In the head by Dr Nicholson Artificial Ear Drums gave 10000 to his Institute so that deaf people unable to procure the Ear Drums may have them free Address No 4486 The Nicholson Institute 780 Eighth Avenue NtwYork 4lr ICOUOTY NEWS NOTES 0Toinsure insertion ALL correa byuthat nearby on Monday mominQ Our correspondent are derelict in duty and we want to say that henceforth they will not receive papers except for then week they have news letters We are dependent upon them for the news and when they fail to aendIn their favors they put us to great inconvenience BUNNY BIDE Rev Sam Taulbee of the heights preached on Lacy creek Sunday ofdCaney They are sous of the twins J W Taulbee made a flying trip to Jackson Thurday of last week and returned the same day Misses Maud and Eliza Taulbee after being snowbound for several days came back to school Mon day nightSDaydI VISItcEd Watson of Caney and MrI McClure of Grassy are among theII new pupils who have rcentlyen t rolled at the academy Hazglerl Greene academy pupils staid overnight Thursday with Creed Oney of this place We wjrfe glad to have South with us Miles Fallen of Lacy creek passed j lasthweek en route to James Bises and while there bought a sewing ma- Il chine from Miss Cornie I Misses Collie Oney and Lulaii entertainmenttat Jndvson on the night of the 22ndat the 5 P Lees institute given in honor of Washingtons birthday sA nice little bunch of cattle passed through here Monday Some of our cattle men would do well to go to Reausseau Breathitt coun ty to buy cattle as there are over one hundred in that vicinity and most if not all for sale isMarch 11 SUSIE SUNBEAM CAMFTON BRIEFS HStamperisatteudingcourte Supt J W Taulbee of Daysboro was in town Saturday J Newton Congleton visited relatives at Torrent and Filson the past week IMrs J N Vaughn and daughter Gracie of near Lexington are via iting relatives at this place lOwing to the illness of Mrs F D Pal meter Rolla L Bailey iscc occupying her place at the acad emy this week frombLouisville Thursday with Dr J E Rogers formerly of Zachariah this county in charge Mr 1bgers who has been attending a medical college in that city is made defendant in a breach of promise suit brqught by Miss Joanah Bush of Torrent He was released under bond to await the action of the next grand jnryII A few worthless characters of this place who pretend to representI some of the leading newspapers oftt the country in the capacity of news correspondents in their c i greed for news have lost all re i Itspect for themselves and the com munity by wilfully and malicious I ly fabricating a lot of uncalled for lies and having them printed in daily papers as special dispatches portraying the bloodcurdlingI theytown of Campton describing the terrible malignity of the anikner Napier feud This al ready world famous mountain feud I exists only in the imaginary minds I of these few amateur newspaper correspondents who have chosen falsehood for their theme andII founded their theory on the walls trashntends duty to degrade the comma nity in the eyes of the deceived public and will add another chap j tat to our erroneous history of bloodthirstiness The papers printing such sensational dis patches ahoald question the char if 1 i i tV 0 4141 R mllU U U iJWhen you go to Lex ington call on LOUIS1 Be ry CUS STRAUS Lead ing Clothiers of Kentucky 9Make their store heddquir ii ters Introduce yourself 05 telling em you know Uncle I Spence and you will meet M tiFrithprompt attention 1 C1111111111111111111111111111111 rr111 IIIIIIIIIIIlII111I 1111111111 1C acter of their correspondents be fore engaging such persons to rep resent their papers March 11 MAX LACY CKEEK Born March the 5th to Amanda Bolin twin boys at tho residence of Daniel Noble Mother and children not expected to live La terThey are all dead The school at Rose chapelwhich was taught by E C Kash closed March 1st with a general exami nation of all the pupils which disclosed the fact that the pupils hadadvanced in their various studies with great rapidity All the patrons of the district were present and were all highly pleased with the examination and the manner in which their children had been taught Mr Kash has proven himself to be a modelI teacher and worthy of emulation In your last weeks issue we saw an item stating that never before did the importance of good roads impress one as the present Cc We think so It does look like the present road system in our county is a failure from the fact that a great many of the overseers are negligent of their duty and fail to perform such work as willmake the roads of any durability es pecially in the winter andspring seasons Also the roadhands an contrary and dont want to work and demean themselves in such a manner aa though their labor was thrown away and was of no bene fit Consequently when the overseers and their hands niceton their various sections of toads in the fall of the year they generally have a few rough words overworking the roads Then they will de vise some plan to get over tin road as quick as possible That plan as a general thing is to dig upsome loose dirt scrape it into the gullys and ruts and leave it which does not make much of ac improvement I will say if the overseers would crosslay the road in the fall season with timber where it is muddy or likely to be come deep mud that such a con dition of the roads would not ox ist as does now There is plenty of timber in this county and it does not take valuable timber to zrosslay roads and there is no good reason why it should not be done It is useless for the farmer to talk about marketing his farm pro ducts or the merchant getting his goods or the printer his paper or the business man his mail or do ing any other kind of business over the roads When the mail boys cant ride over them horse back such a state of case should not exist in this county or any other county in Eastern Kentucky Good roans are a source ofjrevenuo to every citizen in the county and are needful in most every business avocation of life Bad roads are a high tariff to every citizen in the county Let every citizen that is interested in good roads and the welfare of Wolfe county have something to say about the matter There are two statutes that gov erns the making and keeping up- of the public roads or highways One is by the appointing of over seers and allotment of hands by the county court Thiother is by having a road commissioner and a road tax levied to make and keep up the road I will suggest that all of the taxpayers of Wolfe county meet in their several voting precincts and hold road meetings and elect delegates to confer with the fiscal court which will convene at the court house on the first day of April 1902 The roads are not only bad now but have been bad for quite a number of years through the winter and spring seasons This matter needs prompt attentionMarch 10 NOSEY W ItAQqA BOURBON Good Liquor is free from adul teration drugs crude spirits and Thislist as a neOessitYi a luxuryand a pleasure a good stimulant is Import ant When you want something good send us your orders j Hagans 4 Old Bourbon In Jugs I IBest California Wines 150i r 6 year old 250 per gallon II Blackberry per gal 125f 7 year old 275 per gallon I Catawba per gallon L25 S year old 300 per gallon Kelly Island Wines 10 Year Old in Bottles Plain Box Sherry per gallon 125 r ij 4 QuartseG Quarts 450 Blackberry per gallon 100 12 Quarts 900 Catawba per gallon 100 I YOU PAY XPRESS CHARGESS- end P O Money Order or Registered Letter to the HAGAN DISTILLING CO a LEXINCTON KYaarr I Blue GraSSFarJij AT PUBLIC SALE HAVING determined to remove to I will on the premises on THURSDAY ny QOQ I MARCH I to AT 11 OCLOCK A IrSell without reserve to the highest bid der my farm of 120 ACRES situated 31 miles west of Mt Sterling Ky The farm ia one of tho best in Mont gomery county has on it a good brick dwelling and other improvements well fenced and well watered Terms made known on day of sale For information in tegard to same call Long tallceTelellhone 107 or ad drew the undersigned at Mt Sterling Ky C H DONNOHUE OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 8 EVERY PAIR OF R g 8gX Leg Will Not Rip I 8 STAG SHIRTS 8 2 Made and 2 l 5 8Fo88I 8 82 HAZEL GREEN KY g 8 8c Blue GrassJurseIies t SPRING 1902 BtTProit and Ornamental Trees Grape Vines Asparagus Small Fruits and Everything for Orchard Lava ud Gar den We have no agents but wen direct the planter Strawberry anti Gene Catalogue on application to H F HILLENMEYER LEXINGTON KY SAM M WILSON fKKPBESEXT1NG Ii FLOOD CO f UJROLGSALG + GROWERS LEXINGTON KY tSolicits the trade of mountain merchant and will guarantee prices and promptness MALES fEmSALEx HAVING I have net 4 use for live stock andtrnow offer for sale at private contract Ci TWO FINE YOUNG BULLS oldTheyalgappreciatedold prove him s ti gars w addresss RECILMarch y t te OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure B1oo throesgh i your every minutescha5 5lif YC1rst I Itr out us waste or impurities In the bloc 4 If they are sick or o 1 1oforder they fall to do t I I their work Pains achesandehe- matlsm come from excess of uric acid in ti e et neglectedkidneytrouble causes or unctea heart beats and makes one feel as thou they had heart trouble because the heart overworking in pumping thick kidn iteypoisoned blood through veins and arteries urinarytroui but now modem science proves that neat all constitutional diseases have their beg ning in kidney trouble t miststl and the extraordinary effect cf Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy soon realized It stands the highest for wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and is sold on its merits by all druggists in fifty cent and onedollar siz H I es You rray have aw = I otnalpfreeszhero t trouttdt Co Binghamton N Y 1 i HoggiA London cablegram to the New York Tribuno says All nrrn month had been completed with i United States Ambassador Joseph I Choate to enable exGovernor Hogg of Texas to be presented to I sorenessFlevee when a hitchoccurred for t Mr Hogg found ho must nppt- i ftr iin knee breeches swordtic I regulation court dressIr Xover said Mr Hogg Ifff Iacannot appear in tho ordinary evening dress of an American citizen I will not appear at all A I pretty sight I would look up in those gewgaws I riggedIdldlin the faintest idea of trying to lutionize or oven criticise English j Illtwear another countrys uniform no not even for the sake of nleot the King ClubvIf members of the Ha7 Fever Association would use Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption the club would go to pieces for it always cures this malady Asthma the kind that baffles doctorsit wholly drives from the system Thousands of once he PeI less sufferers from consumption pneumonia bronchitis owe their lives and health to it It con qners grip saves littlo ones croup and whooping cough fromIpositively guaranteed for all I and lung troubles 50c 100 bottles free at J Taylor DayIIazelI j S S Combs it SonsI jCampton drugstores I f His Money Earned Ii The handsome residence of JIr Kelvy Ballard at Holy Cross Marion county Ky was com i pli destroyed by fire recently and the occupants narrowly esC Ycapod with their lives Set I hundred dollars Iii money tell ich IIMrfire Ballard remarked when ho received the money that it was tho I first time in many years he had i kept so large an amount at home and that ho would feel un easy until he had brought it tiij 1 Lebanon the next day and deliltod It I STATE OF OHIO CITY OF TOLEIKM I LUCAS COUNTY j I Frank J Cheney makes oath t iFi in tho City of Toledo county and State aforesaid and that said firm attTND RED DOLLARS for each and every case ofr litthelit scribed in my presence this 6th day of December A D 1886 II S l AW GLfASOX l SEAL 5 5Noto PublicI injternnllyj ee FJCUENEYCOIsj I Is i Sold by druggists 75c Halls Family Pills arethe best y If the senate cannot settle the i TillmanMcLaurin affair why not furnish the principals with hard Ipi let them settle it r 10Yaud j men forjwoiaI jj solid fiuan I ciatotandmg Salary 780 a year ca11hocanyandezpensostall hhV Ij 4enceaiti4j solfaddress 7j t stamped a tveIPpe Address litan t prJl Caakton IHaalChicago v Ai Child Worth Millions Mychild is worth a million to HadT risburg Pa yet I would have lost her by croup had I not pu seda bottle of One Minute CoughCurecatatul throat and lung troubles 1 j absolutely safe cough cure which I nets gi st youngu I can withentire safe tty Tho little ones like the taste helpthemhadyCurehundytmay bo needed FuddenlIII F PlERATT y DamagedininReports have reached Coving threelsurrounding coun cisties to tho effect that the peach j crop has been badly damaged by reason of the recent sleet storm and severe weather Grant and Pondleton counties are said suffered more severely than in1ethe northern end of tho state crop over the entire state will RcantgeThe Best Time coughiored A pleasant and sure remedy sore throat weak lungs bronchial1 coughing spells etc medicrho coughsIllndi 1 I cncstalways handy n use remembering the old adage stich in time save nine I J true lung tonic and sells for o myIs 25 cents ITho recent glitter of a uniform the very center of the festivi to indicate that Mr Cor still the adjutant general of the United States Newark N Jv v Notre irigLockjaw From Cobwebs Cobwebs put on a cut lately g a woitlan lockjaw Millions know that the best thing to put on a iis Bucklens Arnica Salve the cutII fallible homer of wounds ulc sores skin eruptions burns scaldsl ijthei it t Suns Campton I these perilous and pugili IIn Senator Ilanna shouldnot I his new graft as a public ConstituIlI I II III Prof Longs Magnetic Combs They remove dandruff cure cc 1 ailments and check falling h jl Jbreakr good proposition to hustlers SendII intla plush case 200 Ladies Dress ing Comb 50c Gentlemens Tcilet Comb fOcboth73c Write toI day Magnetic Comb Co oral31Gt Pekin Ill1 DaileyIgo chance at last to jump in and res cue tho constitution Detroit l Pros iliaCant Keep it Secret The splendid work of Dr Kings New Life Pills is daily coming ton No such grand remedy for jknownj sickheadachejnunhatdiceo atJSCombsug gists I lIon Whitelaw Reid is g right ahead with his upholster notwithstanding the knocking on envoy business Washington P03tRI TogetherII never bowelsItroubled i th costiveness 9 yea says J O Greene Depauw Ind I have tried many remedies but Little Early Risers give best re II F PIERATT Lord Rosobory seems to be hav ing a little Tom L Johnson boom IfiI i more Americant Henry Pieratt bought all theChicaJto lnndper c thanlimited and if a QUO youd better move i Yon a 1 urtifry as tiDY are going like cakes 52 p 1itate Ore will relieve you of aches and pains Agents wanted i JtfJ a riiif lioocOl 1 no nOOOOOOOoaao U DaoUD booktS can be bought at this office at less than dealers prices A gun1ur anteed you But you must be quick1 as these are all we have Fryes Elements of Geography 52 zesta Fryes Complete Geography = 100 Cyrs First Reader 23 cents 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the impress of its birth place and environment For more th 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 y paper and was published for a longtime as a weekly and then as a monthly About one year ago the paper passed er new management and in Ifear than ar it has jumped from a circulati Of 12000 to 60000 The first thing thet management did was to make iita weekly publication and to reduce the price to fifty cents per yearlees th one cent an issueand then infuse i lie columns al the enterprise and literary ability that money could command or determination secure InJes than a year this remarkable southern literary er hu become national in charnel- s and it now has about as many subacr north of Mason and Dixon line as it has in the south Its columns abound in the best current literature of character southern flavor and no literary published anywhere in the I has succeeded in 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will appeal especially to women J throughout the country as iking charm of her own personality pervades every column of her most inter eating department The distinctive characteristics of sot ern authors have alwavs been a g charm to their readers The liberal theItalrulIplllnlaI Harry Stillwell Edwards and others of those interesting phases of human c acter so plentiful in the south are read with consuming interest and are seized upon by publishers with gifat avidity The literary Savor of the SUNNY SOUTH will be far above the ordinary story pa per and an examination of one copy will show clearly and plainly to all its scope ofithe writers ve been listed for special stories for currentI lifelracy paper of which the whole country is proud The SUNNY SOUTHS growing circulaloft tion throughout the Union and iin allI parts of it alike is an indication of its widespread fieldIu fresh crisp editorial social stories from authors of the widest note and growing fame and iinter- esting short stories from every make it acceptable everywhere It iis newspaper in any sense but is devoted exclusively to the field of literature It willcome as a refreshing visitor every week to your home for only 60 cents per If of yitad- dressed to the SUNNY SOUTH Atlanta Ga giving also the names of six of your neighbors and special friends who may also have this treat We are pleased to know that Southern enterprise places this paper iin the of our people intltt ttr18atk theWINCIIEBTSB KY H PresidentB filerI Paid up Capital 10000000 Surplus 2000000 Handsome deposit of 404210 48 ofbhaatsmen bad1 neegfwBtye most liberal terms white the limfuoli J r oot18rely 6opnitlei6aii fie Cored thePINOpines by a soldier who served there for t yon In the U 9 tworearamarketForto WILSONNCalvert Tu 1 3 c g Kadalll- n Dyspepsiai Cure 1 IIiI IIIC dlgestantsrSTlj digests all kInds of I glvesinstantrelleandaevea0 I falls to cure the food you want The rnostsensltlve stomachs can take It By Jits use many j I thousands of dyspeptics have cured aftereverytblpg else tbanhll Ii unequalled for the stomac reD with weak stomachs thrive on 1 I pNS aU sleach lroIpepamtonl by Eo InWITT ChlCAlO1 TttaUbotUoconUlnsZHtlinc8tbcSOc8lw Ii onBala by H F PIERATT Hazel Greet MENDELWEiNSTOCK COr 1nt0627629 W MAIN STREET 1 LOUISVILLE KY errr fegradwteiatultloarelunded Writ It once rOC catalogue andspeciallTc a loooAv Business r U Colleges LoBlnllle Kj Montgomery AIL Houston Tex Columtaot Ga S IkhtaealYL Blrmloshim AIL Jicktoatlll Fit InJJJJSfioliieworlfiCoManufacturers j s f BOYS1n HI flTUIMpI 1 CHILDRENSI607 W MAIN STREETcLOUISVILLE KY p REGAIN YOUR EALTH WITH ee4 eoeoo4eeoe4eo 1 1010 ITiRE1rI 1 LoooooooooooJ NATURES DOCTOR FORMAN KNDII X theIlI IT CURES Rheumatism Diptheriareal realLa Grippe I Brights Disease Blood Poisoning Kidney Liver and Stomach Troubles Female Complaint baCatarrh and General Debility 4 r 7 IT CURES WHEN ALL ELSE FAILSSI ROAD THE TESTIMONY OF TWO IIItKNOWN CITIZENS OF WOLFE Cooper Hazel Green Ky I purchased some of the Vine Ore of you in the latter part of March and after taking about a half pint of the Vitae Ore Elixer my nerves were as stead aa when IWsa 16 m aarlernow 75 For yearnothad been trying all the patent medicines andnostrums I could heir of to build myself up but nothing did me any good until I used Vita Ore which my wife brought me from your house After using it a week I went out and did three days as hardwork us I have doue in 25 years and I was not more fatigued than I was 25 years ago over the same work It is the grandest medicine in the world and I want everybody in the mountains to know what it did for me so they may try it Hoping every one who has that buykVitnOreyours putting me on to this remedy JAMES LAOY can vouch for every word Mr Lacy says in the above I am his wife and bought the medicine of Mr Cooper for him though I did not have much faith in it because we had tried to many things that did no good I have al used Vitae Ore and am stronger and i ton etter health than for years which I attribute to ita use MRS SOUTHEY LACY Lacy Creek Ky June 11901 IFIWVit n of DoseOne illWOrater Mailed any address on receipt of price dddre tbody COOPERaHAZEL OsPlt1r 7O Y Gv IL I II UJ0Bcc C Drrr iIi vJy I IIii rl rl 1 DyIN LENVELOPES IiNOTEHEADS1 BILLHEADS 1 1 Ji LETTERHEADS I1 SALEBILLS i f PROGRAMS CIRCULARS CATALOGS MINUTESs L c c Pressespa Power Paper Cutter and 40 Years enables us to Court Com 11ExperienceS Defy Respectfully Competition come c and When see f SPENCER COOPER n 7 fJ i 1ic c J J J Jl JJF J J4 Y JreesFiDaily NewspaperiiOne CapIas at a rate J itcar llESS THAN 1c A DAY ti J ii- J The Biggest Brightest and nut Paper In tbeSoutbfroml0to16 page dallyZO and Z4 page on saturday ti eeeSOMETHING FREE l A Copy of the Worlds Almanae ii Y e over prga FREE to sIl aendlat In their auhealptloa for x tone Year lwlere April I 1902 JRI iioample ONLY 5125 One Month SOc ii Icai J lt arxAa250000Cash Prizes Free A YEATS PAPERSAA tJTPKTUK Worth St Like 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