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R r- F r I jIj n- t 1 Column 1 year S1o 00 i 1 year ni 00 V- i4 1 year 9 0 00 A t 2 Inches 1 year 10 00 if Inch 1 UnnoUncflilenlsSIttl and UislritDjlj11 otfieersIUJK uiityoilic t 11l1l1iIi C 4 i n W K iii preiI Ma copy fl isfurnishedsantc as locals 5c a line 1 a QI === Established March 4 1885 Made Famous In the of IIStory Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell 2 SEVENTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 20 1902 NUMBER 35 SIKXCEIt nl r cooltnTh8 Oldestt Mostt PopularI Mostt WidelyI Y I t d d t t f ky Alwnyn 1 KK to Ailvnncr Lift I For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signatitue r of In- Ose For Over J Thirty I TMC ceNTAU CO AY 111 YO CITY i A BUSINESS I AT THE LEXINGTON i BUSINESS i COLLEGE k Gves capitalized results by preparing for Business Life and Insuring Employ bent to the ambitious and worthy 100 invested in this school has been the means of help ing thousands to positions of honor Iud trust WHY M T YOU- GETTING A START in the world is everything WE START YOU WITH A CASH CAPITAL a a Business Education is f necessary without it such a training is indispensable OUR CATALOGUE cut lining our several courses and circulars showing you what others are doing Stud how YOU can do likewise should be in your hands A postal will bring it IF YOUR MEANSare lim ited ask for Special Circu larA telling you how you can be instructed at home WE PREPARE for Civil Service position under Government Selectionsprepare public school teach ers to teach our Branches in other Business Colleges and prepare Stenographers and Bookkeepers for the best positions with the best Business Firms FREE First Lessons in Shorthand wth Complete Instructions for the begin ner mailed free on application EARN A SCHOLARSHIP FREE by working for us at your home during 1 explainsWRITEIN WRITING be sure to state you aw our ad in THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD Address BENJAMIN B JONES President LEXINGTON KY tREYwjir THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD CirculatedIee CASTORIAI Year- sCASTDRIA J A- miar Big l ALL CASES OF 1 DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING CURABLExl HEAD NOISES CEASE r e r I x F A WERN1AN Or BALTIMORE SAYS potralkout F rv discretionAboeIclrs my and this kept on gtlliDI worse until lICIt ri euutclobeJ rcalArrh for tl1re months without anysccessc nsultdanumd s amongothers the mat eminent ear specialist of this city wlr told rrUnt fhrarily4hatlltchcadacu3rcuWeaS hearing ear Ithen saw your advertisement accidentally in aNew York taper and crdcrcd our trcat bent AfterIhad used it only a few days according to your directions Vie noiscsceased rid t youhcattilyiT A Wgn IA1Tj 7JJ s Broadway Baltimore old Our treatment does not interfere with your usual occupationy y3sg and CAN CURE YOURSELF AT WIE ataSaal J l adricefreeiN1EBilAT1UidAL AURAL CUHiC BeG LA SAitt AVE CHICAGO ILL ice tYHE CHICAGO POST hj- NOISES IMMEDIATELY THEHOME PAPER rEvery FARMER should read daily The Chicago Post 4Ere LIVE STOCK Shipper should read daily The Chicago Post 1 Etery PRODUCE Shipper should read dally The Chicago Post Eiery GRAIN Shipper should read daily The Chicago Pest THE CREATIltiMARKEfNEWPAPERTHE TEST IS NONE TOO dOD FOR YOU orpubllsber of oewspa throUgh commissIon arm ne Cater 7Sabscdbo your request Ad1renonper COl1tatntn tlla adyortlsemeae Sample co es seatfcna THE CHICAGO POS Chicago lilt Iy l c TTT 4 A SECRET aJ08 BY A M BELLERB- YffE t spoke in those same quiet ertle tones as if the injuryRI has done him were of no accountcannot dare not ask you to forgive me I went on desperately I should not have confessed now but my mother has written to say she is going to marry a rich maL so she will not want the money For her sake not for my ownI would go to prison gladlywill ingly i for her sake I beg I implore you to take your own privately not to expose my felony He did not answer He had turn ed his back entirely to me and I could see his broad shoulders work ing with suppressed emotion of some sort i buthe still kept silence Would he blazon all to the gap ing world- I rose from my chair and stag gered towards him taking his hand I fell on my knees i while the tearsso rare with mecame to my eyes I heard a smothered exclamation and before I realized what was happening strong arms raised me from my knees and clasped me with a closeness there was no re sisting to his breast For your mothers sake I for gave youllong ago hejsaid hoarsely HI only waited till you should tell me nil of your own accord Margaret my own love The relief was too sudden too great Irks words died away into a far distance the room became ono revolving blackness i but when I recovered my souses and struggled back to consciousness those strong arms were still roundme and that true tender face bending with anxiety over me Let me go oh let ino golI I said struggling feebly I am not worthy to touch you I will not let you go Margaret my pearl he answered firmly till you either promise to be my wife or tell me you do not care for me Oh but yon cannot mean it I said burying my face in the cushion of tho couch on which he had laid me while the reaction from the shame of my face which had covered me and from the depthof misery to the height and the bliss of his love was almost too great to be borne Think I am a felon 1 I will think nothing of the sort was his answer I will think nothing but that I loved you from the first moment I set eyes on you Ah you did not know then I Indeed I did I My cousin wrote to mo three years ago saying he had made an informal but quite valid will in my favor and put it in an old bureau What impulse moved him I cant pretend to say The next thing I heard was that he was going to be married that he had not yet destroyed the will but that thereafter my share would be very small and that strangely enough both tho witnesses to the former one had died At the time of your marriage I had just landed in England and heard from Miss Hurst by letter the account of your marriage and its attendant circumstances Pity for the girl who should sacrifice herself so and all for nothing made me determine to steal that miserable willif it still existed so that Mrs William Repton and I might share and share alike I went to Linden court for tbatpur posewhen after considerable dif ficulty I had ascertained tho bureau had been sent thereas Henry Cooper private in her Majestys Household troops and found to my dismay that you were there before me My uniform procured for me the privilege of loafing about the place I was anxious to see you without being seen And on one particular morning when it was too wet for the gardeners to be about by means of the mirrors on trio library walls I saw you and saw you also burn papers from theI old bureauYour immediate deci flion to earn your own living made me first suspect the truth especi ally when no will was forthcom ing and your evident suffering later on together with many other things confirmed those suspicions In the meantime I learned to love you with all my heart and soul Now Margaret my confession is ended i can you forgive me for spying so upon your actions And you went down to steal the will so that I might have half the property I asked- I felt horribly criminal and hated myself for loafing about skulking and watching you he said humbly as if he had been do ing wrong Can you forgive me MargaretAnd you were going quietly to let me defraud you of everything U0h not I quite meant to put in my claim later Iwasnt going to let the Crown have my share was his reply Does Miss Hurst know Well I couldnt keep it from her You see she knew who I was he answered apologetically- And suppose I hadnt said any thingBut I felt sure you would felt sure you could not keep it to yourself much longer and we wanted you to be true to yourself But if I had not I persisted Well then I should first have asked you to marry me and then told you who I was How could you care for me how could you possibly I asked Because he said from every thing I heard and saw of you I knew you cared not a jot about tho money for yourself I forgot to tell you by the way I knew the fellow who was touching the gun that shot Repton I heard some thing about you from him more from Miss Hurst and then when I saw you for myselfMargaret- did you say you could care for me For answer I took his hand and kissed it- Care for you I worship you I I answered choking And then he laid his lips to mine and they met in a long close kiss of betro thalWhen Miss Hurst returned to hear our story her happiness was only less than ours The way in which they both ignored the wrong I had done was a marvel to me By the earnest advice of both my lover and Miss Hurst I decided to make known none of this strange eventful history to my family As Godfrey remarked with appar ent satisfaction our marriage would place the question of the property on a proper basis since we should share and share alike So I sent my congratulations to my mother and in the same letter news of my own engagement beg ging her to keep it secret for the present since both Godfrey and I decided that at least two years should elapse from the date of William Reptona death before I should again change my name THE END A Profitable Imvegtmeit I was troubled for about seven years with my stomach and in bed half my time says E Domick Somerville Ind I spent about 1000 and never could get any thing to help me until I tried Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure I have taken a few bottles and am entirely well You dont live by what you eat but by what you digest and assim ilate If your stomach doesnt digest your food you are really starv ing Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does the stomachs work by digesting the food You donthavo to diet oat all you want Kodol Dyspep sia Cure cures all stomach troubles H F PIERATT Mr Gorman is undoubtedly a very wise politician but he is clearly not responsible for all tho good sense that is coming to the surface in the partyAtlanta Constitution For Sale One Fay No8six rollS inch lightning floorer with beading attachment One Fay carriage cutting off saw F BUSH do SON Lexington Ky M TALL KENTUCKIAN Regarded as Quite a Show by Un sophisticated Cleveland One of the tallest persons that has ever appeared on the streets of Cleveland is Colonel William Baker Portland Ky who is at the present time located here Colonel Baker measures seven feet and seven inches in his stock ing feet The average person has to lookup considerably to be able to discern his countenance atall Few people can even see over the top of his vest pocket Colonel Baker is a member of the order of Knights of Pythias and tho Knights of KhoraWan His friends especially those who have met him at the lodge rooms of one or the other of these lodges are having considerable sport with him at the expense of wellknown Clevelanders At a meeting of one of tho secret orders Monday evening Colonel Baker was introduced to a large number of Cleveland people Ho was seated in a chair when they were brought in one at a time and arose slowly in sucha way as would astoniah tho average citizen When seated he is no taller than appearI Joseph Pinkott of the Gibbons Pinkett Company met Col Baker Tuesday morning Ill give you 25 a week said Mr Pinkett to Col Baker if you will come up to my store and be a floor walker Thats a go replied Colonel BakerThe contract was drawn up and signed by both parties in the pres enc ofa number of persons late Tuesday afternoon Cleveland Lender Children Especially Liable Burns bruises and cuts are extremely painful and if neglected often result in blood poisoning Children are especially liable to such mishaps because not so careful As a remedy DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is unequalled Draws out the fire stops the pain soon heals the wound Beware of counterfeits Sure euro for piles Do Witts Witch Hazel Salvo cured my baby of eczema after two physicians gave her up writes James Mock N Webster IndliThe sores were so bad she soiled two to five dresses a day H F PIERATT Cecil Rhodes the doctors say is suffering from heart disease which will interest those who have always declared ho hadnt any heartBoston Globe Electric Belt 01 Trial To introduce it and obtain agents the undersigned firm will send n few of their Electric Belts on trial on the following terms 100 to be paid intanadays if the Belt proves beneficial and the balance 200 to be paid in sixty days if 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 PO Box 1874New York NY You cannot buy standard pianos organs buggies sewing machines clocks watches and jewelry as cheap any where else as you can of me Come and see samples and you will be convinced You do not have to risk your money with mail order houses tf J T GBVEnoN THE HERALD and Monthly World one dollar a year in advance 1IX1fANMPIIS To cure SICK HEADACHE HABITUAL CONSTIPATION- and all diseases arising from In digestion They will purify your blood and make yourcomplexion as FAIR AS A LILY They are gelatin oeated lICE 21 CElTS Sfljd by J M BOM Heel green Ky 11 i Health For 25 years I leave never i SarsaparillafmybloodwayJohnNY Pure and rich blood carries new life to every I part of the body You are invigorated refreshed You feel anxious to be active You become strong steadycourageousThatswhat will do for you IIii a bottle AU ullIL Ayes9araaperlltaold family mMlrlne Follow bU adrlc and we wUltxamtliflrd J c ATZS Co Lowell Mm i Gov TAFTS idea that this gov ernment should put something like 7000000 in the purchase of the land of the friars in the Philip pines may be adopted by the re publican majority in congress but we dont believe it will bo endorsed by a majority of tho voters in this country The Vice of Nagging Clouds the happiness of the homes but a nagging woman of ton needs help She may be so nervous and rundown in health that trifles annoy her If she is melancholy excitable troubled with loss of appetite headache- sloeplesenessconstipntion or faint ing and dizzy spells she needs Electric Bitters the most wonder ful remedy for ailing women Thousands of sufferers from female troubles nervous troubles backache and weak kidneys have used it and become healthy andI happy Try it Only 50 aents For sale at J Taylor Day Hazel Green or S S Combs S Sons Campton drug stores Guarantee satisfaction We have fallen on great times indeedwhen a little dapper military man like General Funston can rise up and call such a man as Senator Hoar a traitor and a good subject for the rope and be ap plauded for it Indianapolis News Many Wonder Many wonder how it is that pin worms and stomach worms get inIto little children or how a tape worm 300 feet long can get in and exist and 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 Moth ers Worm Syrup will rid one of intestinal worms and greatly im prove the health after the worms have been destroyed and expelled It is absolutely a harmless remedy to take and as it only costs 25c nilI I should try itwho suspect worms tto I Io the cause of their ill health Colonel Bryan thinks that sev eral I unred Ithousand postal cards ougLt to elli vince tho United States senators that they should vote for their own election by the people Cleveland Plain Dealer Cant Keep it Secret The splendid work of Dr Kings New Life Pills is daily coming to j light No such grand remedy for liver and bowel troubles was ever known before Thousands bless them for curing coqsiipation sick headache biliousness jaundice and indigestion Try them 25c at J T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sous Campton drug gists Governor Tafts optimism about peace in the Philippines is perhaps accounted for by the fact that ho is not a military governor Philadelphia Ledger- WANTEnTrustworthy men and women to travel and advertise for old established house of solid finan cial standing Salary 780 a year and expenses all payable in cash No canvassing required Give refer ences and encloso selfaddressed stamped envelope Address Mana ger 355 Caxtdn Bldg Chicago tf To BE up to date dont say that a man was buncoed or goldbricked but that he was Panama lobbied When you have head ache or neuralgia try Tnpbene Sold by 8 8 Combs tk Sons Campton and H F Pieratt Hazel Green tf r7r l 4 SUBSCRIPTION RATES 0 One year in ndnlDceIOOSir monthsII 55 Three months 30 f Single copy 00 +The date alter yonr name I lime you are paid to indicatesIIrenew 10 days before time iis always give poitoffice county state when renewing or to haTe your address changed Remittances should be made by V f 0 registered letter or bank draft sue sly I +COUNTY + DIRECTORY + j HAZEL GREEN POLICE COURT II F PIERATT Judge J M XICKBLL Marshall W N NICKFXL Deputy Marshall BOARD OF TUSTEEa W O MIZE Chairman W H Coat JOHN D DAVIS JOHN M ROSE JOHN II ROSE 0 CIRCUIT COURT Third Monday in January Fourth Monday in April and Third Monday In September JudgeAAttomey J F VASSAST Master Commissioner C C HANKS Trustee Jury Fund 0COUNTY COURT First Monday in each monthSJudgeWFRANK STAMPER Sheriff C C FULKS County Attorney J B LITTLE Jailer- S t N Homes Assessor JOHN CREECH Surveyor y FRANK SAMPLE Coroner J W TAULBEE County Supt 0MAGISTRATES COURTS TIME OF HOLDING AND OFFICIALS FIRST DISTRICT ELJAS SHOCKEY Magistrate No time set for holding courtSECOND RosETRstable Court days First Thursday in February May August and November r Magistrate FebruaryMay f FOURTH DIsTRIcrR R LEGO Magistrate AM SPENCER Constable Court days First Friday in March June September and December FIFTH A SIXTllJ N CHAMBERS Magistrate in both districts DAVID BANKS Constable Court days Third Friday in February May August and November SEVENTH DISTRICT B F BOLIK Magistrate PORTER CLARK Constable Court days First Saturday in March June September and December EIGHTH DISTRICT GEORGE OLIVER Magistratei No constable and no set time for holding court Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table In Effect Oct 20 1901 EAST BOUND STATIONSJDailyINo2ex I 1No4 Sunday v IpI Lye AMLre zWinchesterz LEJuncu 3 07 pm 8 37 am Clay City3 40 pm 9 13 am Stanton 3 51 pm 9 23 am t j Nat Bridge 4 20 pm 9 54 am Torrent 34 pm 10 08 Beattyve Jc 14 56 pm 1029 amII Jackson 00 pm 11 30 WEST BOUND t Nol No3 1 STATIONS Daily ex Duily ex i Sunday Sunday Jackson 6 25 am 120 pm i Beattyve Jc 7 26 am 2 18 pnl n pmNat 1StantonpmClaypmLEJuncnpmWinchesterLexington 10 lO am 5 00 cm L Lk fxCHAST It MORGAN B P A 08t It BRANCH Ttoe Table In Effect January 1 IJEAST BOUND WEST BOUJiP Daily No STATIONS gailyNo2iFer 22II Sunday a m p to lev 9 45 Jackson 100 pm tt9 40 am 0KJunction 1 05 pm 8 45 am WilhnnL 155 pm 8 30 amIlamplott 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 t M L CONLEY Superintendent LOUISVILLm TIN AND STOVE COMPANY Jobbers and Dealers in T YEe9Japanedd and Tinware c LUUISVILLE gYtDILLER BENNETT r i 3 0 WHOLESALE i 1flNITUREi1The Largest Exclusive 527 W Lain fit Wholesale Furniture Dealer in the South LOUlftTllle IyyREH BEVERSON CO 7 WOLSALPLOL r 1608512 W UAw1I D1 4 i r ivniifiT J M r t I r IIf J 3F E HERAlc I I 1 IrSPEKC R COOPER Ealtor I Ij i i I GREEN March 20 KY 1902 I IHAZELnot to be outdone publisher who I has offered SantosDumontT i 20000 if he can make a straightway trip of 100 miles in his balloon so we hereby offer a prize of 20 cents to any man who can fly 100 yards I from our office door The r prestige of American publish I ers has got to be kept up i iI f I we go I brokeIAUSTRALIA has lowered itsI tariff on metals and I rycrybut the stiff= necked wor ploItectioni 0 t republican party in congress toward defeat by onposing aI tl sensible revision ofour tar ffii IiIi TIIEMinersUnionof Ouray Colorado insists that the Chi I nese must go from that vicin ityregardless of official redi111 rh Ir tape unwound by the Chinese 5 Minister the secretary of state and the Governor Colorado r andour cash says they willI go 1nshingtoc1 f =X oflficially1 bwtend King Eddys coronation put out some time ago was quickly respond1 f ed to by the people THERE is a great big disappointment coming to him P if the Emperor of Germany r expects to get naval stations in the West Indies in ex change for the general jolly ing given us by Prince Henry SOMEBODY will be selling j Secretary Shaw gold bricks td next He actually tried to make a personal inspection ofif one of the New York locks in company with two of the t local officials REPUBLICAN senators are responsible for delay in Isthmian i Canal legislation If democratic senators had their way the Nicaragua canal bill1 would be in Mr Roosevelta t i hands in 24 hours 4 C 4 t THERE is said to be lungea that Speaker Ilenderson may lose his seat in congress as a penalt or leading the Roose thtrD r Cuban tariff fight i GOOD morning Have yo done any talking since the las thJlai e proper salutation to those who i zhaveso little selfrespect as to remain in the Roosevelt cabinet ta REPUBLICANS in congress d i1 are so busy pulling each oth ers hair on the question of e Cuban sugar that they haven t had time lately to do any talk ing about democratic lifrerI t ences r N rRRROOSEVELT is learning He has found out that Cuban R politicallutra81yceri I bhandled w- As Arounderup of congress Teddy must be writ gas a eattffure Y 1I GEX HUGHES told a congressional committee that the Filipinos were like the Boers in one respect they kept on toIsurrender 1 ITUE republicans of the house seem to think that dem jocratic congressman were being allowed too many of the naval1 free delivery1 1 carriers t IFUEl FUXSTOX has made t his debut as an after dinner talker and his friends should try to get him to confine him iself1 f to lighting1 if they wish1 him well J ROUGH HIDING over the house republicans strikes the boys rough ruler as a whole lot harder than charging up San luau Hill WK agree with Hanna thatI the ship subsidy bill is a good thing for the few men whoI will through it pocket millions lof the peoples money IAXCnXT potentates select thcirconfidentiallloHicials 1Cnsar dent history tlTill old idea that only th had authority to con strue acts of congress has been upset by Poohbah Roosevelt ITHJmE are republicans in who wish mos heartily that Spain had been allowed to keep Cuba Lyons Laxative Syrup 1Natures Cure for Constipation Dors NOT GRiru If you do not like iit better than any laxative vcu have ever used your druggist will refund the money Good for children as well asI town people by J C Stamper Gray Creek 1SoIl in Lexington the editor of this paper will do what hI can toward getting the trolley line be tween this point and Ilolechawa sod our citizens or rather rhos t who live along the lino between tho two points should be prepared to moot him when ho returns andt proffer the right of way Such a road will add very materially to the value of properly along the route andall who own land could1 afford to give 30 feet through iit for right of way Indeed it would be money to them I1he editor left Friday for Lex ington where he is this week so liciting ads for THE HERALD and the merchants of that place areI endowed with oven ordinary wisdom they will give him a liberal patronage He may also includeI Winchester in his itinerary Busi ness men of both places will find that an ad in this paper is an ad miral auxiliary to business and those who do not invite the people here to trade with them will be 1the losers Send 85c and got a free trial of Wilsons Morphine Cure j tested for 14 years and always success Wtmoarf30y Calvert Texas Prof Cord Attended a meeting of the C W B M at Lexington Saturday and left hero Friday morning accompanied by Edito- Cooper and Courtney McGuire o r Clay City that he might be iinI proceedt and Kentucky railroad boarding the train at Helechawa Jno W Taulbee has been look ing after the common school dis tricts and making some new districts and filling vacancies by appointing trustees during the past month From the start his making ho will make a goodl SuperintendentI FOR SALEA scholarship in the KentuckyUniversity at this office some young man can save several dollars tf uncle Hugh Coldirouwho served Ias a soldier in the confederate under General John Morgan was in town Tuesday for the first tiany weeks Uncle ugh boasts of being a Morgan horse thiefnnd giveriRebel yell as loud as he could 1thethe sixtiesc lie Acaie yFF The following awonnta hive been received since last weeks re port March 12th Alma Swango 100 Ella Millard 1 00 Maude Millard 1 00 Beulah Thomas 1 00 Genoa Salyer 100 Total for the week5 00 All friends who expect to help this good cause will please do so j IitheIi WM H CORD Treas March 19 1002 Comfort Augusta Me offers to juvenile writers under 20 years a 2 1 and 50c prize for essays of 100 to 200 words Subject Theo dore Roosevelt Address Essay Editor Comfort Augusta Me We had the pleasure to view the playhouse of the McLiu children Mary Roe Monnio Belle Lula Mildred and Daisy Florence It would take too much space to name each article in the room Among the most notable was a inn while the wall adorns with pictures furniture and a hundred other things to delight children In fact it is a beautiful storehouse While there we heard some fine playing and singing from their latest additon The talking phonograph When you have head ache or neuralgia try Triphone Sold by SS Combs Sons Campton and tfeRecently one of the children of Robt McLiu took sick and Dr A C Nickell was sent for and thet child soon got better A few days ago Pansy the childres pet dog littlte girls exclained go and get Dr Nickell he cured sister and he will Pansy M S Crain railroad postal clerk on the L tt E railroad was arrested in Lexington on the 10th inst by Inspectors Oldfield and Kyle for opening and official letters addressed to Mrs Stone and Mr Hurst Rowena a little daughter of Mrs Lula Kash has been threatened with fever but ia somewhat better Dr Centers attending tPileine Cure Piles I Money refunded if it ever fail e Miss Cora Combs after a pleasant visit here for several weeks left on Tuesday for her home at Moore head Alfred Dye of Maytown came to town Sunday to resume workI on Henry Pieratts houses on the hill Alfred Dye of May town built a tenant house on his land on Little Blackwater Rev II D Adams preached at Salem Morgan county Saturday night and Sunday A 10CENT WATCH anythingr A 1000 WATCH is just a hundred times better IirStep in and see that ThineModel Gold filled Gentlemans Watch were selling at 1000 We have others lower pricedlFRED JJI HEINTZI Manufacturing Jeweler East Slain Kt near Poatoffice LEXINGTON KY 8 EVERY PAIR OF R TICER PANTS5 Made Perfect in Fit Fall In Seat and 2 o Leg and Will Not RIp 8 STAC SHIRTS 8 Are 2 andBetter 2g 2 For Sale fcy J Taylor Day J X HAZEL GREEN KY 8 The follcwing nine lots will be sold at u low price for the cash College Avenue Address COURTNEY McGUIRE Clay City Dontpcr two extra pn a when JTOB lNAIrataetnUcMtadbaKMO Deal with tb factory On our lowed OUr eyttna of I aUmdirect to ealUlmeno p Inc thoaanc of dollars to arrtage buyers In every corner of the- country W quote tbe wme ntn to yon that we would Ire tbe Urgnt wholesale Jobber and we oflkr you mo a ortment to choose from each M no other dealer con bow With every parcbaM we give tbebTCWeatauaraatee intlinotlo eTtry way satuiactnry you can return the too laid we wnt pay ftetgbt cbargn both way Wean also nhldeII Save two Profitsfor harness and other bores equipment roo free WuatratedaWogaeInwhich wt etc that havemdeourfectory6mouafotheir high grids Dont fwelt until your need U more proving write today sad here the catalogue by you for future me THE COLUMBUS CARRIAGE A HARNESS CO IIIFifty Cab a Ymmr Lut TJan a Tfeyrjr t Rant- trfrHE SOUTHS LITERARY WEEKLY I I Published at Atlanta GaCtrefrlstiorl Over 50000 I IeI SUNNY SOUTH Is the Great Litrary Wllls orttia ISIS derated to Literature Romance Tact and Fiction gives tbt bektofall mat U current In lu Held Among its contributors the most southern writers appearJoel Chandler Harris Harry Stlllwell Edwards and Iud of orowli a tame Serial stories from Anthony Hope Maurice Thompson R Crockett Mrs Goorgo Corbett and Arthur W Marchmont nave appear ode end others are In waiting from the pen of authors of national note A short story contest brought out nearly fhe Hundred splendid short 1atorl all worthy a place InI mHt SUNNY SOUTHS readable col nmns Other contests are contemplated that will successfully exploit the ripening Bold of talent that only needs such fostering to Illustrate too wealth that Is shy to auertltsolLgmN SUNNY SOUTH teems with the lIfo of the great south The gen tat sunshine 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 the magnolia and pine and gives out the very air of the orange pam and bay The beauty and pathos the romance and mystery of the land where the corn stores up the oolden sunshine and the cotton whitens In the moonlight will be given la the wellfilled columns of this fascinating weekly The subscription price Is Owls Tilts Cent a year alike to all persons agents newspapers postmasters and every one else Clubs of five accompanied by the full 1230 entitle the club raiser to the paper one year gratis Send 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 malted free You can get your club of five out of these very people B Se SUNNY SOUTH enters over 30000 American homes now and during 1902 b sure to be welcomed In rally as many more homes as the great fort1902 win be the most readable papers you JtddrmJtll Communications t Ufa SUNNY SOUTH Atlanta Ga rJN F SADLER ColEstablished in COMMISSION MERCHANTS SALE OaIIeHogsSeepand Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI O Lone Distance Telephone PEST 101 irLiberal cash advances made upon consignments and sales guaranteed W R CRAWFORD CO Live Stock Commission Merchants FOR THE SALE OF Cattle Hogs Sheep Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI 0 ALSO Bourbon Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY We have an Eastern outlet for all desirable stock nt highest prices Consignments solicited All correspondence cheerfully answered HUGHES CHill TONICPA- LATABLE Better than Calomeland Quinine Contrins no Arsenic THE OLD RELIABLE Swamp Ud Nervous Splendid Tonic Guaranteed substitute Druggist SUCCESSWORTH KNOWING in flushes malanalferer Silveriotte Eggs Silver Wyandotte Eggs Tkeie Thoroughbred THOROUGHBRED longer satisfied COMMON servedROBERT CORD Hazel Green S A STIUCH IN HughesTonic SpringFall A Malarial Fevers on tones up the As at a Sure Cure for Chills and Fevers Fevers and Bilious Fevers Just ueed at this IT NETER FAILS t Laxative Sedative I Try It Dont take At Roc and 81 Dottles Forty Tears success the South prove Tonic a great rent edy for Chills all I hate for sale now at 100 for 13 Are with the STOCK First first L 33 Ky i t It J n XI t 1865 FOR TilE OF LOOKI TIME Saves nine taste Acts the liver and system well what ton season any call it I PREPARED BYII INCORPORATEDI I LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY II fIle Gr8ssJurseIies i I SPRING 1902 GrapePiles I Everything for Orchard Laws and Gar den We have no agents bit sell direct to the planter Strawberry and General Catalogue on application H F toI MiLEXINOTON KY L 7 J c Cheapest Store On Earth Quality1 o Gtfods Considered1 srt= l H F PIERATTDEALER IX hi1ili U i rii tiEt 4 Live Stock Country Produce LIVERY AND FEED STABLE Horses Hacks Buggies Sc for hirelat all times and charges reasonable LU1VIBERRough Dressed and Tongue and Grooved All kinds for sale 150000 feet yet to dispose of at living prices TA ES 1ori I January 1 1902 to make settlement in full Dont delay or it will be detriments ic you Your friend H F PIERATT I1K W Jf CECIL BROSt1 Stopl iC 4 Funcg Grocers T ititII1 lave in Stock and Srll Isivt fur CAcil the fo lowing goods jarJELLIESl i J 25 J 1EACII LEAF LAUD lfc jer pound It SUGAR fie to file per uund 1 CADOVA COFFEE Let in town 1 ic Hij t BONNIE ROLLED OAT lOc SWEET POTATOES cannel KilAUTj pound can 1C- LOltN lot per can PEAS 2 cajis 25cackugeIi JBSrHAUXErfS IIJUIDLES GRANITE WAKE e tclass1 and fresh and YOU SAVE MONEY on m VIM J TAYLOE JDAYI t CARRIES IN STOCK A FULL LLUE OFiLadies Dress Goods Gents Furnishings ShiesStandard j Lamps and Queensware Cutlery and Hardware Boots Shoes Hats Caps usuallyfound I i i1 TJIjflay MilT nt0PF i s will sowot receive tIle n10s hansom this oi IILLJrN 1 EBY GOODS evei Iteoughi i1 to te mountains 3 andi rthe S iwiees SOllO1YL that the 11001 i may buT like ri- hCLOTHING VA lpj l and WAtpXII THIS SPA E J l t 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 o- nceBSIIOES Also I will sell you shoes at 100 that I j have always sold at 126 and the same pro M IfRemember f J JVI ROSE f Ii THE PEOPLES FRIEND BZEL 00ET1 1 4 r 00 NORMAL AND PREPARATORY 00 SCHOOL MWTho present term began September 8 with the largest enrollment in the hieto krythe school The Second Session ber1 IA thorough practical school for young men and AcademIcCommercial su Depanment tboardWeekFor 7 W H COKD Pdacipa- Jr H CatarrhIs a constitutional disease It originates In a scrofulous condition of the blood and depends on that condition- It often causes headache end dizziness Impairs the taste smell ami hearing af fects the vocal organs disturbs the stor h It Is always radically and permanently cured by the blooal purifying alterative and tonic action of Hodds larsanarilThis Brent medicine tins wrought the mo5 I wonderful cures of all diseases depending t on scrofula or the scrofulous habit Uoo 1Ll4 am the catlurnc tHERALD I j anSJohn Cecil was in town trading Tuesday Little Virginia Day was on sick list on Tuesday and yas theII able to attend school l John Evans returned homo last TorYPoints- IV P Cocil and wife are move ing into their nice property on Indian avenue Clinch Valley NewsIi W T Caskey has been suffering with sore eyes for some time but 5Jis much better at the present 6writing j NDIGESTION resulting from rclicetlljbyl ach tonic and euro for DYSPEPSIA iII Congressman W II Moody o j Massachusetts was offered x11- t j jI accepted the position of secretary F of the navy vice Secretary Longjj z resigning I Our friend and fellowcitizen EC F Cecil has our thanks for a veryIi liberal supply ofmountain oysters and what we did to em was plenty sure i I Tom Magree who has represented Ball Warfiold Co Ironton 0 for several years past has resigned his position and is sue ceededbynMr Hudgins For Constipation illItbettertl your druggUt will refund theinoucy Price Sic Sold by11 C dumper brassy Creek The lots offered for sale by Courtney McGuire in this issue of paper are tho best in Hazel Green is- and can be bought at n bargain I I Write to him at Clay City upFrankwas indicted by the grand jury at Frankfort in January as ail accomplice j in tho murder of Senator Goebel has disappeared from his homo j Quite a number of the pupils of the Hazel Green academy spent Saturday and Sunday with the itou parents returning to resume their movxv ing 1 3CASTOR IIA Childreny1is Kit Bears theII Signature of a S M Tyler has the thanks of the editor and his better seven messresas of the finest parsnips we have seen this winter although we raised some good ones- Courtney McGuire of Clay City was here Tuesday night and duI ing Wednesday On that Ihe y sold the McGuire homestead Ito Dr Center of this place the consideration being 1600 and is ita 1 1 Sam Wilson our mountain t painters terms from April 1st until the fall will be 125 per day j and boardor contract work at 20 cts a square for each coat Sooleos r if you want his services call ear and see him The many friends of 1 rccil our postmaster are now con enrihis ton weeks contest with typhoid fever Will says he lost 74 pounds and will have to purchase some new tailormade clothes of a smaller pattern Clinch Valley News KennersGOLDEN IRELIEF t y TCaraCIrlC Ia LL- eu I INFLAMMATION b8athetminnteCcdnom Feloactuta 2 Colds Formin Fevers GRIP CUBESAaYPAnf mama oaOUTt- hlrtymlunIeoneW TaetOa WDy T Sold byH F Pieratt Hazel Green Ky p EXERCISES IN COMPOSITION I Among Pupils Under Prof No Cisco at The Academy Spelling lintel Green academy room Rosa Coldlron age 12 year March 1902 AMBITIONI There aro two kinds of ambition stuamotambition will do anything that is1V hard but the mean ambitious pao pro will not do anything that is good but they are always doing mean things Tho energetic goodj ambitious people nro tho best class if there had never been any good ambitious people in the world1 onr country would have been iin streboedngein our school that has ambition d grit to stick to anything till is done makes no matter how 1it their task may bo The IIkind1 1 II I peoplethegoes le intendingtoI I high are tho good ambitious people But the ono who goes out in the trawlOnthat does not care for his character will be the moan ambitious people I or some may think they haven t alwaysdegraded ueIIII bitious people are always slel poophavoI y antiIquotedi withjhlll I along the lines of the rural econI lurefall tho people would have good I daaj country tcondiIIlioni Spelling Hazel Green academy room YIClay Nickel age It years IUI1TIOX 9Ambition is the best thing a boy or girl can have If wo have no waaambition we would not learn our I I losspns and would not work at home unless our fathers and moth i era made us you may notice every boy that has plenty of ambiti0 about hiai will loam his lasso go to work when he come home t and never has to be toid to go to feedor bring in a load of woodor a bucket of coal and his father 1118nd111Iat teacher never has to scold him Urlwhip him for being mean and t hJohnway with girls when they home if they have any ambition about them they got supper draw water and after supper they H the dishes and goes in the other room gets her books at learns her lessons A teacher can always tell good boys from badI boys We will not make a success in life unless we have plenty ambition if while we are little we learn our lessons well and so till we are young men and wo will think when we were little boys = and the ambition wo has about us we will try to make other bo t the same way and after the boys make a success in life to you will be very glad that you had plenty of ambition about you then and the girl that has plentj of ambition about her studies her I lessons dont talk in school gets good grade in all her lesson- if 5signpeople didnt haveany ambition about them they would never g up the work about the house such I carrying in wood for the kite h en bringing in coal And if they didnt work this world would been cold and lonesome if tram would not cook in the kitchen and men would not work in the fields then they would not havo any a bition to workif you think you cant get your lessons it is not be cause they are too hardit is simply because you have no ambition about you and you think you can copy off somebody elses work andvif you had been smart and learned your lessons you tco a not had to copy off of somebody grlyids by your tle round it out they would give y zero and perhaps give you a lick ing and then you would wish you had learned your lessons und ambition is tho best thing YOUNGS SPRINGS March 4 192 SPKNCEU COOPER Hazel Green Dear Sir Enlosed find stamps to the amount of DOC please send me TilE HERALD as this is the o- nlypapers to all my Hazel Green friends and toll then I am coming up in May to try to reorganize the fair Are you wilnug to help Vory respectfully WM CLAYTON KYr Sunday School Bible Institute herehbegin the work of the n evevi oclock 8loten l everybodyd at your Ie with you he will lecture to the dents of the academy on Friday rning he will address the B M Auxiliary on Saturday afternoon The lectures of the iinstitute will be on Thursday even ingFriday oveningSaturday ing and evening Sunday mornii and evening EndsDontgo d without doinir something to replace It Hoods Sarsaparllla elves nerve meatal anddlgestlve ngth br enriching and vitalizing thebl 0aHoods pms are mud and nonlrrltatlng A tenant house belonging to John D Henry was totally de aboutIeof the time and they lost everything except what they had on Robt McLin returned home on Saturday after a trip to Winchest er Lexington and other points DayIimproved condition TUB DEAF IITO of her deafness and head by Dr Nicholson gave 110000 to hitI toIprocure Ear Drums may have them free Addrew Ko 4486 The Nicholson Institute 780 Eighth Avenue NtwYork- i 4iy Mrs Mattie Mannin of Pinhoofc who has been a pleasant guest for alsevers days of Rev H D Mat and family was called home Fri trymotherinlaw who is very sick Rev Jim Tom Pieratt filled t pulpit at the Christian church Sunday morning and night on ac count of the absence of the leg lar minister Wm H Cord w hoa s at Lexington IFor 2Sc in stamps you can ge free trial of Wilsons Tobacco CuroI Has cured thousands 1CURT WILSON riuaClara and Annie Blair Beulah and Georgia Thomas spent Satur day and Sunday with their parentsI West LibertyMIt pays to raise good stock Milt lerutt sold a fine saddle horse to Hegway last week for 105 Dont forget the entertainment tit the Christain church to night paI J Granvillo Noble of Wolfe county ia visiting relatives here t Hustlerof1Creaa Hurst of Campton was visiting his sister tire D B Red 1 wine of Jackson last week yetluNeatly Done Never thought of suoh ai for a medicine did you p signetf Scotts Emulsion The body has to be repaired like other things and Scotts Emulsion is the medicine that does it These poor bodies wear out Mm1 from disease They get thin 1 and weak Some of the new ones are not well made and all of the old ones are racked from long usage foesra allII kinds It does the work both inside and out It makes soft bones hard thin blood red weak lungs strong hollow places full Only the best materials are used in the patching and the patches dont show through the new glow of healthi No one has to wait his turn You can do it yourself you and the bottle ThIs picture repres 55ingthe Trade Mark of Scott Emulsion and is on the wrapper of every bottle SarifwfrMUBpIe SCOTT BOWNE 409 Pearl St New York Soc and fi aU dng fc r 0 COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0o insure inlertioft ALL carrea- ndence must be in this office bY Monday night of each week and that nearby on Monday momiDZ Our correspondents are derelict in duty and we want to say that henceforth they will not receive papers except for the week areCdependent upon them for the news and when they fall to send in their favors they put us to great inconvenience nBWANaO SPRINGS SAYINGS 1gD B Mays family have the mea els Mrs Newton Townsend is suffer- ingi with sore eyes Harmon Swango and son made business trip to McCauley last week Henry and Forrest Cecil of Lacy creekshared the birthday dinner Rush Swango Sunday Green Taulbee of Neola bought a house and lot of James Bibe paying 60 for same Misses Ava Swango and Maude Millard in company with Erb Swango and Fred Millard were pleasant guests at the Swango House Sunday Leroy Bogga Taylor Shockey Prof Green and others of the Hazel Green academy were out at the Springs Sunday and we think they had a muddy stroll March 19 UNO CAMPTON BRIEFS W T Calvin of Mt Sterling was a guest of the Combs House Tues day 18Sam Firestein made a business ip to Beattyville Thursday re orturumg Friday movedheto Geo W Robinsons saw mill four miles west of town uMrs Vaughn and daughter after three weeks stay at this place returned to their home Monday ChastGarrison and Miss Pricie Steele daughter of Dr Wm Steele were o l ftfficiating ExJailer Isaac W Combs has accepted a position as salesman fo Stark Nurseries of Dansville o and is making an active can vass among the farmers and fruit growers of the county Dr Rogers and Miss Joann Bush of Torrent were united iin marriage last Friday Rev P R Legg officiating This ends the rosecution in the case of BushJJ Rogers which was reported in lastI weeks issuejj lashiSTILLWATER SPARKLES Miss Mollie Roso is on the sick listJeff Chambers gave yo scribe a pleasant call Sunday J M Taylor attended the meet g at Laural Sunday The croaking of the frogs warns us that Spring is approaching IThe farmers of this section are beginning to turn their land There ale a great many cases of whooping caugh in this section orThomas F Dunn has been visit ing in Breathitt county the pastI week 1 Misses Millie Rose and Delia Callier were welcome visitors here I Sunday Come again girls jjthejj rs Elizabeth Tutt We are glad to welcome them into our midst Married at the residence of the brides parents Mr and Mrs David Rose jr Miss Lizzie Rose and Wm McQuinn on the 14th inst May it prove a happy union March 18 PRESTO e TOLIVER TOPICS Elsie Boling and brother are visiting friends in Menefee county this week James F Wilson has recetfUy erected a two story log house 16 feet square which will add to his farm and comfort The order of the day is pre paring for corn crops Very little plowing has been done yet on account of wet weather and freez The M E church south at San field is being rapidly organized and is thought it will add to the church house at this place a great dealII rkziiIMia7 I 2 s s s ftI AT PUBLIC SALE J the West I will on the premises on II 11 OCLOCK A M Sell without reserve to the highest bidder my farm of 120 ACRES situated 3J miles west of Mt Sterling Ky The farm is one of the 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 tecard to same call Long Distance Telephone 107 or ad dress the undersigned at Mt Sterling Ky C H SAM M WILSON REPRESENTING CO + G OClE LEXINGTON KY Solicit the trade of mountain merchants and will guarantee prices and promptness I sold my farm I have no use for live stock and I now offer for sale at private contract TWO FINE YOUNG BULLS One a yearling and the other 3 years old are both blood red of the Shorthorn strain and should be seen to be appreciated Calves of the threeyear old prove him a fine breeder Farmers e invited to see them Call on or ad JA8 B CECIL March 6tt Ezel Ky H G BEATTYVILLE KY R M CO LOUIdVILLE KY Manufacturers of HighGrade Solicits orders from the merchants of the mountains and guarantees satisfaction A mail order will receive prompt attention BO YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARK DESIGNS COPYRICHT8 d6 la tpedet DOUce Is the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN BMUNN A CO Ht BrMdirar New Yrk i Sale 1 L 1 a When ington on LOUIS STRAUSLeadJing Make their store headquar Introduce yourself telling em know Uncle Spence meet with prompt attention hue tor2MARCH hAT DONNOHUE FLOOD UJfjOtE1ttE FOR SALE HAVING ROBINSON forJHUGHES VineQax Cider 111Patent8 ladBoot IISADeSavalopesGEsteprlatedrltWEliAlLDolee go to Lex call terse you and will Grass FMI MALES matqulektyascerWnfree strtcU7eoesdentlL atanUeleatiSe you 11 you IHACAN 1 l OLDI BOBhi I Iteration Liquor is free from adul drugs crude spirits andi ThisisI J as a necessity a luxury and a pleasure a good stimulant is Import ant When you want something good send us your ordersI Hagans Old Bourbon In Jugs 4 year old 200 per gallon 5 year old 225 per gallon 6 jearj old 250 per gallon 7 year old 275 per gallon 5 year old 300 per gallon 10 Year Old in Bottles Plain Box 4 Quarts 300 6 Quarts 450 12 Quarts 900 l J J Monthly at 25c a Year in the 0 World Jd lG trdG Slititn Pores Four Cofamai tflll POI Every page abfazulne elf department edited by one who how every number a mine tlon and entertAinment I Best California Wines 4 Sherry per gallon 150II Port per gallon 150 a Blackberry per gal 125 Catawba per gallon 1251Kelly Island Wines Sherry per gallon 125 t Port per gallon 125 Blackberry per gallon 100 Catawba per saloon 100 1IsenI HASAN DISTILLING CO 11 I LEXINGTON KY iiiYdOfi1THLY aYYTTTTTTTYTTYTTTTYSYTTTThe to in of It eachI J t I YVYYVY JWWWWlinl w4U Gig fCONTAINS THE FOLLOWING DEPARTMENTS One Short Story Biographical Tld BIts iPopular Science Amateur All the Comforts of Home PhotocrphfIrLawyer Department of I Editors Half Holiday The Quiz Club jprize question department The Old Cur sHomebThex aWith It prActical success department The Stor of the World When the Deys Work Is acnesSanfCopp tarLlActIngetddresa GOOD TIMES Columbus O- t4lt0 tlti1CC464ti o o iEi Tho above magazine free for 6 months to new Herald subscriber 5 OF EVERY DESOIPlI01 gu c NEATL CBEAPLY tEECUTEDA7TIi1Sir a kw + fvf n e ft I Ly i tFT I YOUTJpI BACK n t Miserable 1 z Almost who reads the t 2ftri to know of the newsC i I lthe great kidney and bladder remedy r the great medl 5 cal triumph nine c teenth I tty scientific research Dr KHmer the byt successful promptly curing kidney bladder uric jicld trou iit Disease which I the worst trouble SwampRoot lIsj not for everything but you have kid bladder trouble wlU be found you need has tyeen tested hospital work private L iiwonderfully ways the helpless too ppor pur and has proved successful i that a special arrangement has by which all readers of this paper already have a sent free by mall also a book I I about SwampRoot and how toIhave kidney bladder trouble mention reading this generous i In this paper and It IofferKllmerCoBing your address N Y The CKlerza liver It Is of the tIIII nderh In is rec If It It in In so to in tried It may I or to I A regular fifty cent and nomeot ftpRoot dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists LANE LILIESnnTho letter from Lano arrived rather lato for last weeks issue therefore we publish iit now l JAnJ It kept on lilowin Till it quit snowin An I wislit 1 way die i Hit want two foot highLaJarafis Blankenship has movedI I to Grassy M F Horton was in Frankfort last week on business Born to the wife of Doc Gibbs on the 2nd inst n 12 11 girla LJohn L Sewell was in Jackson t ono day last weekon business f Willie Quicksall passed through here one day last week buyinge cattle b T The infant son of Mr and Mrs John Robinson died on the 2nd1 t inst of cholera infantum Miss Zerilda Sewell has beer I Iquito sick for tho past few days 1 but is better at this writing Drs Whitt and Hatton are int c daily attendance at the bedside ofI i iiMrs Will Brewer who is very low I Frank Hatton the noted war I veteran fresh from the Philipa pines passed through CityL8 k ra relate of his travelsTI March 12 PELICAN If Would Smash The Club members of tho Hay Fever Association would use Dr Kings I New Discovery for Consumption 1awould to for iitI thetclub go pieces i I j always cures this malady and j t Asthma the kind that bailies th 0d doctrsit wholly drives from the t i hopeIlessi f pneumonia bronchitis owe their ijlives and health to it It conquers j J grip saves litto ones from IJ croup and whooping cough and is I III positively guaranteed for all throat and lung troubles 50c 100 Trialj Ibottles free at J Taylor DayHazel1 IICamptonII At Frakliu Ky B Alderson J has been indicted for tho alleged murder of Pleas Hall and has been held without bnilII STATE OF Oino CITY OF TOLEDO I 83LUCASEFrankLCheneymakesoath that he is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney it Co doing business in the City of Toledo county ansState aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE DOLLARS for each and I1UNDnEDI I Catarrh that cannot he J ftheuse of Halls Catarrh cure t FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before mo and sub scribed in my presence this Oth day of December A D 1880pS jl lA W GLEASONCSEAL 5 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in 1bloodsystem Send for tetimonialsfree l F JCIIENEYCO Toledo 0 Sold by druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best Moreover Congressman Moody ii has atuckjclose to his desk and hass i5v r been to sea Boston Hera aid WANTEDrTrustworthy men and women to travel and advertise forIj E finanIclalI I 4 JXocanvassng required Give refer 5 5nce and enclose lelfaddressodj i stamped toAidress MaDn jns L P ttfl4iicago Itf I l I l 4 4iii P J1 Child Worth Millions H1fy child is worth a million toe says Mrs Mary Bird of Har risburg Pa yet I would have lost her by croup had I not pur chased a hoWe of Otto Minute caoughure is sure couro for cougll croup nd throat and lung troubles An absolutely safe cough euro which acts The anhildThe little ones like the taste and remember how often it helped J them Every family should have J bottle of OneMinute Cough Cure I this I t Cyt ciI I WE believe that Senator Till I man and McLaurin got exactly II what they deserved when they worn censured by the senate but I wo do not believe thnt the senate sonII j j jicold is when you are first affected pleasant and sure remedy for sore throat weak lungs bronchial soreness coughing spoils etc iis Goochs Mexican Syrup Jor coughs and1 consumption Jto wise in time l keep a bottle in your medicine cnest always handy for immediate use remembering the old adage a stich in time save nine It is ttrue lung tonic and sells for only 25 cents WE dont believe there is a manI in South Carolina who would hesi te to pledge his life that Mr Roosevelt could visit the Charleston Exposition without being ther i insulted or assaulted Lockjaw From Cobwebs Cobwebs put on a cut lately gaveII woman lockjaw Millions know that the best thing to put on a cut- is Bucklens Arnica Salve the in fallible healer of wounds ulcers res skin eruptions burns scaldsIIII and piles It cures or no pay JTIDayI Sons CaniptonS ingtol1lhasBert Axliue Jim Ratcliffe and Will Mosby charging them with the murder of Jesse N Hawkins in LTPrincehad a dry time in this country Iti has rained or snowed about every dayl he has been here Philadel pliia Press General Agents Wanted to sell Prof Longs Magnetic Combs hey remove dandruff cure scalp I ailments and check falling hair notIi good proposition to hustlers SendI fur terms Outfit six styles in plush case 200 Ladies Dress ing Comb 50c Gentlemens Toilett Comb 40c both The Write toi ay Magnetic Comb Co 31Gt Pekin IlL IWO infer from the contemptuous tone of tht Commoner that DavidI Hill has not a single bloodedI heifer on his place Washington I j Post III Henry Davis who killed Jerry j Wilson near Good Hope wasarj iust1IKy has indicted him Dont Live Together Constipation and health never o together DeWitts Little Risers promote easy action of the bowels without distress I have been ttroubled with costiveness 9 years says J O Greene Depauw Ind I havo tried many remedies but Little Early Risers give best re tilts II F PIEKATT WODKU Columbia put in a de INo for a part of the price of thet canal 40000000 is more than tho whole 0x9 country isi worth Henry Pieratt bought all thet icture frames tho agent of thi- hicago Portrait Co had left over and is soiling them 50 per cent cheaper than the agent sold them he number is limited and if you ant ono youd better move in a hurry as they are going like hot cakes 52tf SOME of the enterprising newspaper men are robbing 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ARKSorrctumENTI IMMEQATEFR ji the best legal service and advice and oW charges are moderate Try IlL SWIFT CO jOppj j flour flourf I flour SB SJLI spI ROBERT P RASH PRICEStis wholesale dealer in FLOUR SALT thelmerchants of the mountains tWillmeet any legitimatet competitionCall l buyinMcCausey Ky Constipation Does your head ache Pain backof your eyes BadI taste in your mouth Its your liver I Aycrs Pills are liver pills They cure constipation dyspepsia2Sc boauUfuJbrownBUCKINGHAM DYE th1sGr8 cnOno Kui A Co Ii t r ttfrtairr THE SUNNY JJOpSin I This Great Literary Journal Club bed With The Herald We publish elecwbere today the AnII j IInouncement of the Sussv SOUTH great weekly literary periodical of the I Sonthern States Published in Atlanta j Ga in the heart of the great south it j b Jdlgearsplace and environment For more than I 5 years the SUNNY Socrir has been a j recognized fnctorin the field of southern I lliterature It was established more than I a quarter of a century ago as a southern story paper and was published for a longj time IIi a weekly and then as a monthly About one year ago the paper paused under new management and iin lois than I a year it has jumped from it circulation of 12000 jto 60000 The first timing the new management did was to make it a j weekly publication and to reduce the price to fifty cents per year lees than j one cent an isstK and then infuse into ii iits columns all the enterprise and litera j ry ability that money could command or determination secure In less than a I year this remarkable southern literary paper has become national in character and it now has about as many subscrib ers north of Mason and Dixons line as it has in the south Its columns abound in tIme best current literature of character istic southern flavor and no literary periodical published anywhere in the country has succeeded in bringing to gether as many southern writers of note has been done the SUNNY SOUTH 11SouThsduring the past year of many new story writers who will be heard from in the wider field of the worlds literature In alaost every southern state new literary talent has been developed to such an extent as to put the whole country to talk ing about the SUNNY SOUTH A few months ago the SUNNY SOUTH offered very hands me prizes for a series of the best short stories by southern writers andmore than five hundred responses were received Some of the stories then published in the SUNNY SOUTH been reproduced the woild over fronti are now being published by it week to week jTbe fact that the price of this splendid weekly literary periodical iis only fifty cents a year has had a wonderful eflect iin giving it an extensive field for the development if its plans and purposes Perhaps no literary periodical ever ril tabliahrd has made such rapid stride as yearIlifts NSoumI charge of its Womans Department Her services will appeal especially to women renders throughout the country as the striking charm of her own personality pervades every 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