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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tX AVE RATES 9 I RPTjRATES Sf 0 11 1 i Column 1 1 1 year year year io 00 i 00 00 Oo I V A j THEJ1AZEL GREEN HERALD Three Six One months year months in adt8Dee10055- if 30 1 Inches 1 102 00year x- It Established March 4 1885 Made Famous In the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max 2 Single cOPYII UO +71I jvII 1 date after your name indicatea 1 IJ are paid to You shouldyon 01 fII f lOdays before time is out andI i dates or iplitiealwritelIpt SSc Hue f I 0 SE1ENTIENTIi YEAR HAZEL GREENt WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 27 ORellIIIIIIIThewhen give renewing postoffice orto county have yonr and nries TriluljrOhiti s Ac Ire tt II J pared 1by us Se alinr where coj y H srrNCen I schllnged should be made by M I is furnished same as locals 5c aliiu jj Omd EditorThe Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky letter or bank draft I I oXo Tho Kind You Have t beeninsijmatnroI of 9 been turner 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MARKET NEWSPAPER t THE ZEST IS NONE TOO AiOOD FOR YOU ySubscribe through jour commission firm newsdealer or publisher or newspa per containing this advertisement Sample cbplei soot free on request Address THE CHICAGO POST Chicago III I s e m 5ri F gj THE GAL FROM K i HAZEL GREEN TYr w Wa L ROUBLE was predicted forl Tthe little schoolmissus I for among the pupils were both Simpsons and Buttons jand I any marked kindness shown amem = her of one faction would certainly be interpreted by the other as hoer tile to itself But Kate Laurel was no coward j and all predictions warnings and threats only served to strengthen her purpose to hold to a straight impartial course firmly believing that Godwould take care of the results Every day there was skirmishing more or less serious and a regular pitched battle seemed imminent Each faction was determined to drive tho other from school How to thwart this malicious design was the question that pressed heavily on the young teachers mindand heart In order to purify the foul stream she must work on the springs from which it was fed the homes parents and older bro thers and sisters of her pupils But how could she ever reach them They were densely ignorant and she young and inexperienced and although she fought against the feeling she shrank from going among them as one of them I am one of them she said to her selfand why should I hold my self above them Because I was rescued from the grasp of such cruel ignorance shall I standoff with only scorn or cold pity for these people No Kate Laurel youre not a whit better than the fiercest feudist in all these glorious mountains Somobody stooped down and picked you up and put you into the arms of the Good Shepherd Now if you dont do as much for these lost sheep youre not worthy of Him whoso match less name you bear and whose redeeming love you prize above all things earthly or heavenly You can you must and you shall do it Kate in His sweet name andwith His allsufficient help and youll have ten times more blessedness in this life than all the pampering of your refined and sensitive soul could ever bestow It was the noon hour when Kate laid this charge upon herself The soft October sunshine touched the dingy old room with a radiant glow and showers of gold and scar let leaves were wafted in by every passing breezo A shadow fell across the threshold It was that of old Mrs Simpson the wife of Daddy Simpson leader of the Simpson faction Ive kern she began seating herself heavily and fanning her florid face with her slat sunbonnet I ter tell ye boutn my troubles People says yor ouconunon peart of ye air jes a little gal yersefan jes outn school down ter Hazel Green So I taken a notion Id kern over hyar fur things is awful catawnmpus over to our house Ill help you all I can ans wered Kato cheerfully tell me everything I kuowed ye would honey Thets a good gal Waal I low yo done hearn thet weuns an the Suttons haint never been neigh borlynever since as fur backez my granmammy could recollect an ovary wunst in a while some bodys been shot an artir some body war shot on one side why then somebody war shore to be shot on tother side The las one that war shot war wounss Tommy Jako Sutton shot im an he nir a liviu yit Weuns paint never shot jm in jestico ter Tommy j but Daddjy sworo ho would the fust time he ever laid eyes on im an so did Jack Jack air our other hnintijnevernever by Daddy ne Jack fer he kuowed of he war theydshoot im shore Waal I war so iiigh tuckered out lease pore Tommy war shot thet I tuck ter beggin uv ein ter quit layin fer Jake an tek ter tendinthe corn crap an terbacker Sez I He haint wuth a shootin no ways an of he war an yoBons war ter shoot uim why then sun o1 weans ud be shot ter mek up an I jes caint stan no more o1 them shoot ins Ansez I ef wetfns war ter shoot every las Sutton they is et wouldnt fetch pore Tommy back Ho air gone for good An I kop on a argyin thet way tell they didnt know what theyorter do They seed Iwar all Trucked up in my mman purty nigh tuck- erj d outan nothih didnt dome no good but jea ter smoke So Ijea sot an smoked an smokdJ an smoked Et holp me ter fergit my trouble But ef et haint one thing ter war the life outn a body et air enuther Jim Sutton what air Jakes cousin he tuck ter goin weth our gal Becky but I never hearn toll uv sech a thing in all my born days Then Daddy an Jack broke loose agin an swore theyd shoot Jim fer his devilish impi deuce an swore at Becky an calt er names thet I low I ortnt ter say ter youuus An Becky she fit an swore back at em jes orful An she tole em Jim Sutton war a gentleman an hadnt no more ter do weth killin pore Tom then all weuns hed an thet ho couldnt hep bein a Sutton no moren she could hep bein a fool Simpson An she lewd shed go weth im jes whenever an wharever she blame please An she did fur Beckys got a sight uv spent in er At this stage of the narrative Mrs Simpson pathetically lifted the corner of her dingy blue home spun apron to her oyes but Kate handed her a clean white handker chief saying Take this Auntie Thanky honey I mos allers uses my apearn hems ots handy I low yell be sprised kase Beckys goin ter marry Jim but Daddy an Jackswars she shant They air a layin fur im every night kase they say et air a prodigyous insult tor Tommy an a orful disgrace tor weuns But Becky declares of they shoot Jim shell shoot ersef fur she jes caint live withoutn im an she wont An Becky allers does what she says shell do I set- a moughty heap o store by Becky She air powerful good tell she gits mad an then she dont keer fur nothin She weaves mos all the cloes we war an ef she shoots er pizeiis ersef I dunno whar weuus cloes is ter kom frum This was the breaking down point and while she moaned andmopped her eyes poor Kate her own eyes dim with tears made heroic efforts to soothe and console Im sorry for you as ever I can be Aunty It she said tenderly and Ill do my very best to save Becky and Jim too I must call the children now and perhaps youd better go j and will you send Jack to Mrs Browns this evening- I low hell want ter lay fur JimTell him Jim wont come tonight Im going to send him word to stay at home and Uncle Simp son might as well go to bed Tell Jack I have important business with him and he must not fail to II comeLawsamassy honey what a gal ye air I I blieve ye kin save Becky yit An she air wuth a savin Goodbye honey an don fergit I sets a heap o store by ye She was gone and Kate was al most frightened at what she had done But something had to be done quickly She had prayed for help and believed it would come Was her own hasty action in ans wer to prayer If she had stopped to consider perhaps she would have done nothing and a double tragedy might have been the result Now that she had taken the first step she could not turn back She must keep Jim Sutton at home that night and must get some kind of a hold on Jack Simpson She believed that inaction on her part was as culpable in the sIght of God as were the murderous intentions of those benighted moqatain eers She reached home Just as frotqanelghbore priately called Ole Bones Dont ye want tertake a little ride Kitty asked kindhearted motherly Mrs Brown Maybe itll sorter rest ye an whet up yer appetite Ye hevnt been satin much uv late an I Mow yer wor ryin moren yer orto Oh you dear goad woman 1 l exclaimed Kate That I do want a ride Itll just be lovely Must springing t t fr t1jJFi o A= jn No child Joe so ye dont git caught in the dark The hoecakes gitbackbackGoodbye shouted Kate and struckout for Jim Suttons cabin It was a long lonoly ride but full of fascination for Kate who loved the mountains passionately and on this idol October day the forests weVe id all their glorythe awayinelusive rim Even the bare bold rocks stood transformed by the magic of color their rugged faces touched with shimmering gold till they shone like the sunset clouds above them CONTINUED NEXT WEELI Children Especially Liable Burns bruises and cuts are ex tremely painful and if neglected often result in blood poisoning Children are especially liable to suchmishaps 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 cure for piles Do Witts Witch Hazel Salve cured my baby of eczema after two phy sicians gave her up writes James Mock N Webster Ltd The sores were so bad she soiled two to five dresses a day H F PIKUATT Kitchener appears to be about the only one who sent his regrets to the Coronation Committee Milwaukee Sentinel Electric Belt on Trial To introduce it and obtain agents the undersigned firm will send a few of their Electric Belts on trial on the following terms 100 to be paid in ten days if the Belt proves beneficial and the balance 2CO 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 It is hinted in London that the object of Field Marshal Wolseleys visit to South Africa is to inform the Boers the war is overPitts burg Gazetto A Profitable Investment I was troubled for about seven years with my stomach and in bed half my timelt says E Domick Somerville Ind I spoilt about 1000 and never could got any thing to help me nntil I tried Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure I have taken a few bottles and am entirely well You dont live by what you eat but by what you digest and assimilate If your stomach doesnt di gest your food you are really starv ing Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does the stomachs work by digesting the food You dont have to diet eat all you want Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures all stomach troubles H F PIERATT Hon Joe Manley of Maine is to get a job He has been hanging on the outer edge for a long time Indianapolis Sentinel WOMAMS RELIEF A tally healthy woman has lit tIe pain or discomfort at the menstrual period No woman needs to have any Wine of Cardnl will quickly relieve those smarting menstrual pains and tie dragging head backand side aches caused by falling of the womb and irregular menses WINECARDUI has brought permanent relief to 1000000 women who suffered every month It makes the men tnudiorgan strong and healthy Naturethe terrible ache and pains which blight so many homes JIJII7aldDI un IJoforeIfaei anaertalme0i lttgydnty JoST tW you have a aCMlt A Torax addnesdtlnerwLmwAd CIIe TlieII t I Coughed I coughforof sleep and I grew very thin I then tried Ayers Chem Pectoral I and was quickly cured R N Mann Fall Mills Tenn I ISixty years testimony of cures the above havetaughtus what Ayers Cherry Pectoral will do We know its the great est cough remedy ever made And you will say so too after you try it Theres cureineverydrop Tsresui25c5feSl All ICoBivIt your doctor It he says take IL then do u he says It be ten you not to take It then dont take 1e Be known Leave n with him We are wtlnnr 10 ATEE CO Lowell MW BREATHITT COUNTY JACKSON NEWS Etc This communication arrived too late for last weeks issue Court is in session in Jackson now Up to tho present there have been men penitentiaried j two have been acquitted for killing and severalare yet to be tried There is perfectorder prevailing in Jackson now and it is believed that there will be no moro serious troubles There is a good large lot of lawyers Iiiattendance atcourtboth with resident and visiting lawyers Jackson doubtless has more law yers than any other city of its size in the state j with a population of about fifteen hundred with twenty members of tho bar four or five doctors two printing presses two uptodate hotels with several1 others of minor importance one steam laundry and with plenty of workand business to furnish employment for all laborers and professionals The Ohio and Kentucky railway seems to be opening to lively business and the business men of the country see that this road is a means to end of some of the richest developments that tho moun tains have ever yet known All these resources and the bright prospect of development tends to a fact that tho mountains aro not forsaken that in and around them are materials which are fast be coming the rarest products and the greatest source of wealth These facts supported by a still greater fact that on tho small area of Eastern Kentuckys hills theiand people who are capable of highest intellectual development For those who have seen their years of youth in this famous spot of America and who by tho wends of fate man have found their ways to distant parts there is a fond ness of reflection on their scenes of childhood and a pardoned pride that they can claim it as their native home May there still and over be the kindest influence of such fond reflections March 18 MACK FRYE The Vice of Nagging Clouds tho happiness of the homes but a nagging woman often 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 sleeplessness constipation or faint ing and dizzy spoils she needs Electric Bitters the most wonder ful remedy for ailing women Thousands of sufferers from fe male troubles nervous troubles backache and weak kidneys have used it and become healthy and happy Try it Only 50 aents For sale at J Taylor Day Hazel Green or S S Combs d Sons Campton drug stores Guarantee satisfaction Hon David Bennett Hills pres idential tea kettle is still singing away Denver Republican- 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 references and enclose selfaddressed stamped envelope Address Mana ger 855 Caxton Bldg Chicago tf tp r I I HJOUNTY + DIRECTORYtt j COURTII JudgeJlV N NICKELL Deputy Marshall BOARD OF TUSTFESaW O MIZE Chairman W H Conn i JOllY D DAVIS tJOHN M ROSE JOHN H RosELo COURTii FourthMondayInSeptemberDAVID B RFDWINE Judge wealthsAttoroeyJ CommissionerC 0COUNTY COURT First Monday in each month J W CONGLETON County Judge W S TUTT Clerk FRANK STAMPER Sheriff AttorneyJS N Hoiius Assessor SurveyorFRANK J W TAULBEE County Supt- MAGISTRATESMCOURTS f 0TIME OF HOLDINO AND OFFICIALS SlmocxuyMagistrate courtSECOND RosEJR + stable Court days First Thursday in February May August and November Magistrate FebruaryMayFOURTH DmsmicvR R LEGO Magistrate WM SPENCER Constable Court days First Friday in March June September and December CIIAUDERSMagistrate BANKS Constable Court days Third Friday in February May August and November SEVENTH DISTRICTB F Borax Magistrate PORTER CLARK Constable Court days First Saturday in March June September and December EIGHTH DISTRICT GEORGE OLIVER settime Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect Oct 20 1901 EAST BOUND No2 I No4 STATIONS Daily ex Daily ex Sunday Sunday PM Lye AYLye Lexington 2 10 pmj 7 40 am Winchester 2 55 pm 8 25 am- 1EJuncnI3 07 pm 8 37 am 40 pm 9 13 am CltY1 3 51 pm 923 am Torrentii 4 20 pm 954 am j 34 pm 10 08 Beattyve Jc 14 56 pm 10 29 amII Jackson 00 pm 11 30 WEST BOUND I Nol No3 STATIONS Dally ex Doily ea 4 j Sunday Sunday pmBeattyveJcpnTorrentpmNatBridge 1StantonpmClaypmLEJuncnpmWinchesterLexlcgtontO loam 5 00 JIm HaDlgerCHASTlt MORGAN 8 P A- 08t K BRANCH Time Table la Effect January 1102 EAST BOUND WEST BOUND No 22 No2trDaily ex STATIONS Daily ex Sunday Sunday U m arr p m lev t 9 45 am Jackon 100 pm pmS8 30 am Hampton 210 pm 7 45 am Lee City TOO pa 7 35 am JleJechawa 3 10 pm 7 00 am Cannel City 3 45 pm M L CONLEY Superintendent I LOUISVILLE TIN AND STOVE COMPANY Jobbers and Dealers in T IElSSJapane J and Tinware c LOUISVILLE KY 13- aDILLER BENNETT WHOLESALE +R IURNITUUi C T 1StWholesaleDealer in the South Louisville KT REH BEVERSON CO WH01HSA1S 0 SADLIlT = 608512 W MAIN STREETaw LOUISVILLJn n t Iy F artthllEiAhD SPENCER CO fiR t Editor t tE V f HAZEL GREEN KY yw t THURSDAY March 27 1902 AOAIX the people of thi1 section r nre demanding that a fair lle held r at Hazel Green this year Several gentlemen have been imentionedt as possible promoters of such an enterprise among whom the most r WilliamrSpring county Mr Clayton it will be remembered was vico pre indent of tho fair ono year and th service he rendered proved him to ho in the interests of tho people rather than in tho swelling of ihis own t purse This gentleman ttoo is in torosted in tho breeding of high class trottors with the view of im proving the stock of the country and not for speculation as too many unfortunately have proved Now the fair held at Hazel Green for nino successive years ift we are not mistaken was tho most sue ttcessful organization of the kind over held in Kentucky uotwithj 7 7standingtho fact that the stock thespremiums awarded at two of its t annual exhibitions Tho profit to the projectors during the entire i time was 12rer1 Sri cent annually t and there are very few banks in deed that do so well During tho 1 nino years it was in existence it furnished amusement to a large 4 number of people in this section who for years before and for years since were denied any similar rec reation But paramount to every thing else is the fact that stock of thataimproved condition will bo endur ing farmers took greater interest and prido in growing too products of the soil With all these things in view it is indeed strange that any ono can have tho hardihood to be ofral S enterpriser andtj promulgate some plan of proceed r arc and TilE HERALD as always in the past will lend its services to further the project SENATOR PEXHOSES attempt totI head off the movement for popu j lar election of senators by 1propos lug an increase of senators based on population was too transparent to amount to anything Tho people of this country demand popular y election of senators and they will get it some day but they will never stand for giving the big states a larger representation in the senate than the smallones F P SARGENT would have been wiser to have remained at the head of tho brotherhood of loco motive firemen than to have ac cepted office under tho federal administration as Terronco Powder ly who is to be booted out of tho 5 office given him by for his supposed IrcKinleyI Aorganized labor could tell him MEMBERS of congress who have a received neither chairmanships nor K favors from tho powers that be aro getting no end of fun out of the Tantalus Club an organization formed for tho solo purpose of r havingoccasional dinners WilY all tho other members of the house dont go homo instead of remaining in Washington like so many knots on logs to see the committee on rules run tho machine is the most puzzling conun J drum of the hour SENATOR SPOONER had tho nerve i to Bay that the subsidies carried by the ship subsidy bill were gifts yofa public money to private indi z preventthe3lican votes y THAT republican revolt in the house against the administration b sandandwas natural N tYoRK8 reform game is tho old under nameifind with afew new players Jlt TJf j BOSTON had n big time with its I combination of Evacuation Day I AdmiralIanother hint that the country does uot regard the Schley case as set tied APRIL 1 is regular cabinet day and Mr Roosevelt might spring a fino joke by asking on that day for tho resignation of those memo I j bers of the cabinet who varo soII cocksure they are not going to tire i PERHAPS after all Hanna would just as soon continuo to be the controller of the president as to be an unsuccessful candidate for tho oflico If so tho firm of Mark and Ted will bo started HREB ROOSEVELT is finding tho Is Cuban reciprocity game a much moro fatigueing affair than he ox pooled Ho with in the house only to find that now opponents awai him in time senate IIm specialty of tho Roosevelts is music andone member of the family is in a fair way to urn out some that will make that of a newly organized brass band seem classical by comparison THE house has been breaking tho record again in the passage of private pension bills 229 were put through in a single session the other day Where was Representative Talbert of S C BEET sugar will be a dangerous subject to introduce in republican congressional circles for a long time to come and the seeker of white house favors who mentions it will blast his hopes No AMOUNT congressional leg islation will over add anything to the safety of our presedents and much of that proposed is thorough 1Iv distasteful to the average Amer icanTnE senate at least debated tho ship subsidy job before passing it but the country cnn now prepare to see the vicious job shot through the house without any pretense of discussion IF the republicans are not fright ened over the congressional out look theymire putting up an imita tion that would bo worth money on the vaudeville stage Boss HAXXAS hold up of time Nicaragua Canal bill in tie senate is one of the nerviest things ho ever did showing as it does an ut ter disregard for public sentiment MR ROOSEVELT entertained Fred Funston at lunch and if they fail ed to discuss What time war did for us they lost an opportunity to do a fitting thing HAXXAS secret conferences with Mr Roosevelt are doubtless held from bamboozling purposes and probably in the interest of the Panama lobby IF tho G A R hadnt done any better shooting when in service than it has done at H C Evans the war would be going on yet Keep It in Your Home And when the bowels fail to acic prop LAXAT1aIthe kidneys liver and bowels will keep your system in good working order and make your complexion clear Sold by J C Stamper Grassy Creek Shot Down at Salyersville- A cowardly attempt on the of Deputy Sheriff Weedy Patrick of Salyersvillo on Tuesday night of last week as a result of which he lies mortally wounded It seems that Mr Patrick was leav ing the homo of A J Arnett at about 10 oclock at night and just as ho passed through the gate ho saw two men standing in the street only a few steps away One of them rushed upon him and fired a shot at such closo range that his clothing was scorched from the blazo of the pistol The ball passed through his body Mr Patrick failed to recognize his assailant or the man with him Mr Patrick comes of one of the best families in Eastern Kentucky is about 22 years old and is a deputy sheriff of Magoflin county being a brother of Hon A T Patr- Ick county attorney of that county omfort Augusta Mo offers to juvenile writers under 20 years a w L 1 and 50c prizo for essays of pO to SOQwords Subjec Theo Essaydltor About Our People From the Jackson Hustler James Wilson a popular mer chant of Neola Wolfo county was in Jackson on business last Satur day Mrs W L Hurst of Campton who has been visiting her daugh ter Mrs D B Redwine returned homo last Friday Miss Esther Hurst who has been visiting her sister Mrs J J C Back for the past two weeks re turned to her home in Wolfe coun ty last Saturday Prof W H Cord principal of tho Hazel Green academy and Hon Spencer Cooper editor of THE HAZEL GREEK HERALDpnssed through Jackson last Friday en route for Lexington on business Prof Cord has a good school at Hazel Green which is very pros perous with a good prospect of advancement lIe is a man of pert sonal appearance Napoleonic face andstature with a genial disposi tion He is a potent factor in educational nod religious work in Eastern Kentucky Mr Cooper is editor of THE HERALD a bright newsy paper and he has few su periors as an editor in the state He can always furnishattractive articles in his issues and is never forced to search for interested readers Send 85c and get a free trial of Wilsons Morphine Cure j tested for 14 years and always successful Send to CORP WILSON f30y Calvert Texas The Academy Cottage Fund The following contributions have been received since the report of last week March 10 by the fol lowing persons donating 100 Goff Long Mrs Mary J Crenshaw E L Irvin S P Nickell Mrs S J Nickell S H Nickell Mrs H Clarke Unknown Friend The young men of tho academy have contracted with Messrs Clarke Howard and they will move the brick from the kiln to the new building and turn the receipts therefrom into the Cottage Fund Citizens are kindly loaning their wagons and teams for this pur pose WM H CORD Treas FOR SAuA scholarship in the Commercial College of Kentucky University By early application at this office some young man can save several dollars tf Tho Lexington Leader of March 19 line a lengthy letter from Ben Sewell postmaster at Campton explaining his connection with the recent fake stories emanating from that place in which lie says among other things I didi figure in the writing of the wildcat battle at the hotel etc Our space is too limited to give tho article in its entirety but it is quite suffi cient to note that he exculpated himself from being the author of the heroic epistle in particular and shifts the responsibility of some ofit upon his man in charge When you have head ache or neuralgia try Triphene Sold by SS Combs Sons Campton and H F Pieratt Hazel Green tf THE HERALD and Monthly World one dollar a year in advance BBBOYIDTO STOREtE MAIN STREET Opposite the Phoenix Hotel Diamonds Watches Jewelry Clocks and Silverware FaJ HEINTZ JEWELER LEXINGTON KY Mnilordersso1icited ttl1 t J r I fiPP zfA The following nine lots will be sold at a low price for the cash College Avenue I Address COURTNEY McGUIRE Clay City Dootpar two ztn profits raNJ4lratacnialM and bunco teat with Uw tottery Ort our OUT ijrsttm NlIIDa dnect to oatomr8 L aavtngtboaroda of donee to airrlrge buyer In every corner of coantiy We quote thelame rmtn to you that m would give tbe Urget wbolfmie jobber sod ofIIottu you ui Mortment la eboow from inch uno other dealer can bow With every agiveewwili y MIthICChurei both wey Weao iboryyou can mum tile aye two Promsfor1oo on bameee and other CeU =Write for our free tmlutrated we- deacrtbethebuggsearre e phton etc tbl navel madeoDrtacoryfmofotb lr miles grade float- watt until your need la more preming write today udhave tile Ueby you 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many more homes as the great weekly fOIls of good things the Southern Literary Weekly whose columns for 1902 win be the most readable of aU the papers that come to you JtddrmuMU Communications tm She SUNNY SOUTH Atlanta Ga rJ4 F SADLER Col Ca1I1eHogsSeepand Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI O Distance Telephone 101 B Liberal cash advances consignments sad W R CRAWFORD CO Live Stock Commission Merchants THE SALE OF Cattle Hogs Sheep Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI 0 Bourbon Stock Yards KY We an Eastern for allt at highest prices Consignments solicited All correspondence cheerfully answered HUGHES CHILL TONIC PALATABLE Better than Calomeland Quinine Contrins no Arsenic THE OLD RELIABLE EXCELLENT gENERAL TONXJ a for Chills Bilious NEBER Laxative Nervous Sedative Splendid Tonic Guaranteed nubstltutr DraRcUtu 81 SUCCESSIVOBTII provea Forty ri LJIWI in a great the hemII forChnle malarial Silver Wuanuotta Eggs have Silver Wyandotte Eggs at tloo 13 Tbeie Are Thoroughbred Buy a setting raise THOROUGH BRED CHICKENS you no longer satisfied COMMON STOCK First served ROBERT L CORD 33 Hazel Green O t 9 y- c Established in 1865 COMMISSION MERCHANTS FOR TilE SALE OF Long WEST made upon sales guaranteed FOR ALSO LOUISVILLE have outlet Desirable stock A STIUC1I IN nine Hughes pleasant in early Spring k prevents Chills Dengue and Malarial Fevers on the tones up the system As well as Sure Curl nnd Fevers Swamp Fevers and Fevers Just what you need at this season md Try It Dont take any At Ooc and liottle Kl Tears success edy dean I for sale now for some and will be with the call fint Ky rj io LOOK TIME Saves Tonic taste taken Fall Acts liver and PREPARED D- ntROBINSONPETTET COINCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Iue Grass JurSBIiBS SPRING 1902 nfpralt and Ornamental Trees Grap- eVine Asparagus Small Fruits and Everything for Orchard Lawn and Gar des We have no agents hit sell direct to the planter Strawberry and Gene ral Catalogue on application to H F HILLENMEYER LEXINGTON KY f ift 1 t 1 l JJWWW 1 Cheapest Store On Earth Qaallty o Goods Coastdered H F PIERAIT ZL DEALER IN I r bi1tll J if tEl Bt 1it Live Stock G untry Produce I LIVERY AND FEED STABLE Horses Hacks Bug ies c for lire at all times ml charges reasonable LU ER y Rough Dressed and Tjongue and Grooved I IAll kinds for saljj I 5OOQO setfiyet to dispose of at living prices 1 T ESAll outstanding taxes must bej settled now II or levy will be made as I have only until January l 1902 to lake settlement in full Dont dcluyor it will be delrimerta ic von Your friend H Fa PIERATT X11 wI 1- CECIL BROSI i StopIeII Fancy Grocers x i a i Have in Stock amid Sell LJW fur CASH the following good jarII 2jcIpuuudSpound I bct in town 12lcSBONNIE ROLLED OATS lOc pickape ii iSWEET IOTATOE5 caiinvd Iflc 2 for 25c IKRAUT Xpmind can lOc CORN loc per canjPEAS 2 cans 25c firstcll18I I J TAYLOR DAY i i CARRIES IN STOCK A FULL LINK OF Ladies Dress Goods FurnishingsLadiesShoes Standard Groceries Lamps and Queensware Cutlery and Hardware Boots Shoes Hats Caps In fact everythingusually found in firstclass storeiI 1 u iTJie1 H11y DePF wUX SOOll x eeeiv0 taa mbSt Jbands I le line of ittILLIN f j I 4 ERY OOCDS evei hIought f l I II to the uftoimteins and tileIpplees so low tsbt the po1may fillY Xlfce rielxl WAJf11 amd WAWCJH rHIS SPA E t- 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 once OcAlso Ihavepro l throughRemember for CASH ONLY J 1W ROSE r- w THE PEOPLES FRIEND UZEL IIREEIIOUIIEIIIIC 00 NORMAL AND PREPARATORY SCHOOL oo- tWTho present term began September 3 ithethe Second Session begins JANUARY 111902- A thorough practical school for young men and AcademicomslercialDepartmeata T 1 eteklForW B COltD Principal r t I fth General Debility Day In and out there Is that feeling ol a weakness that makes a burden of itself Food does not strengthen 1 Sleep does not refresh It Is hard to do hard to bear what should be easy vitality Is on the ebb and the whole system suffers Ior this condition tsic Hoods Sarsaparilla a It vitalizes the blood Rives vigor and tone 7toall the organs and functions and is orasbllttatctlyoeae ILLS cure coutlcuon Z cenu THE HERALD t Tomorrow is good Friday nnd the following Sundny is easter The highest glory in any world is the glory of service ApriLl i Ladies Home Journal Time is too valuable to bo spilled like water on the ground April p Ladies Home Journal c Dr Center reports the birth of a girl to the wife of John Adams of Chapel branch March 24 Mr JenkineropresenlingBryan- Goodwin Hunt of Lexington was hero Tuesday night Howard Brewer last Tuesday moved from Whittleton to Wm 1Murphyson the Murphy fork byIIriches and purities the blood It iis the best medicine for nervous PEOPLE Sam Henry Wilson exsheriff of this county is critically illat his home on Red river Dr Center was Rummoned to see him Tues day Rev Henry Webster of Cutup ton will preach at the Johnson school house on Lacy creek the first Sunday in April at 11 oclock a m For 2Sc in stamps you can get a free trial of Wilsons Tobacco Cure Has cured thousands Cow WILSON f30y Calvert Texas t Hou W 0 Mize is visiting his t whotf fnt ono of the largest drug houses in the United States John II Pieratt who this week 4 4sold his property to James B Cecilof Ezel contemplates locating F in Illinois in the near future i r but has not decided just where he will go si Ambrose Nickell of Leo City has 4 hisjhome with IS paen9euiaainoei Friday and Dr j Nickellof this place who is at tending him reports that he has a severe case payr25 for a license to hunt in Ken tucky and for the next two years i both resident and visiting hunt ers are prohibited from shooting quail for tho market Quarterly meeting of the M E church south will be held at Good wins Chapel on Saturday and I Sunday May 10th and llth Presiding Elder Creed Oney will l preach at both service George L Athey sergeant Co- D r 22nd U S infantry who has recently returned from the Philippines r writes us to change his pa 1per to Fort Robinson Nebraska where he is now located Dr Nickell reports the following births since our last issue To the wife of W C Coldiron on I theIj wife of Thos Taulbee of Daysboro on Saturday the 22da boy The Walnut Grove Heraldform erly published at Canny Morgan county has been removed to West 3Liberty and will be called the Morgan County Herald Thrash Halley are the publishers I DR FElMrvJEFCS GOLDEN RELrtEFCUTS CURES ANY GRIP cSPRAINS s eftOHCHmSSTINGSSOREmllOATIlUSTTIWU NEURAtcutCOLICDIARRHCEADruggtiit b Sold by H F Pieratt Hazel Green Ky f i Dont fail to read the now adver tisement of Fred J Hciutz the manufacturing jeweler of Lexing s ton HH has some rare bargains to offer you when in the city or ri you can send orders by mail and meet with polite courteous treat ment iu either case f r frr EXERCISES IN COMPOSITION Among Pupils Under Prof Noah Cisco at The Academy Spelling Hazel Green academy room V Orn Lee Brown aged 10 years I If a person AMBITION attains to anything exalted in life he must have am j bition It is just as necessary to success as fuel to machinery Thor- is always strife envy on competi tion existing in every vocation in every profession and in every un dertaking Therefore to be successful it requires this attribute of mind this propelling force of nature yet it is someting that j should not be indulged too far as I thero is a reasonable limit to all I 1for1 there should he nothing matured j theIII Still there must be an incentive I that pushes and coloring us on gives a i to what might otherwise seem dull and worthless Bone part had his hopes and they were realixed j this ambition led him to be a great warrior whom the world honors for his courage and bravery Alexander had his hopes and his ambition gained him king i doms and empires It was so great that he wept when he found that there was no more for him to con quor Washington hadambition but it was the kind that God en dowed him with that he might j will a glorious liberty for the peoi pie All great and talented men have been ambitious they could i not have done anything of note had j they been sluggards on lifes high I way We as pupils in this acndi Only should have enough ambition i to bring up every recitation perfectly and to obey every command or requirement of our teacher If wo do not wo are losing opportunities that we should nut let pass and we are losing the respect of our toII meetImomentsIaway d theI shirkers and dont care class that I is a drawback to those who try Ambition is needful as wellas I perseverance and everyone Rhould possess enough of both to pull them and out vice of the sloughof ignorance I You May Bend the Sapling butnot the tree When disease has become chronic ItII Hoods Pills arefavorite family cathartic IA shooting affair in IngoflinI I county on Saturday I suited in the death of one and the serious wounding ofmaDII other From information at tho Whitts on one side and and the Reads on the BrownII gaged in a difficulty at John r Burgys blind tiger on the Trace branch in Magofliu Tom WhittI shot Willie Read killing him in stantly In the meantime Whitt I timeIi j I his escape so that the result of hie wounds is unknown Uncle Sammy Haddix of I IOld creek died on Saturday at the age of 84 years He was the father of quite a large family among which Mesdames Roslyn Linden Caroline Little Easter Linden Polly Fugate Logan Childors wife c Menefee Andy and Henry Haddix Up to I heII seized with a pain in tho loft lung whichafterward proved to be a I thrombus vein which ruptured1 j two days before death discharging considerable decomposed blood clots John H Pieratt has sold to Jas Cecil his house and lot in Hazel1 Green the consideration being 1250 cash The lot is about one acre in extent and has upon it a dwelling of four rpomsand kitchen a largo barn c It is consideredI I a cheap piece of property as it i on a corner for a store hotel or I ij similar building in the town L Rov J n Cayton pastor of the- M E church south who makes I his residence at West Liberty preached here on Sunday for the Grsttiiinrsujce ho was appointed- t this charge Those who heard- mIh are very much pleased within as a pulpit orator and be peak for him a welcome that will grow as ho becomes better I known i TO BDfOO BY EUSHA T BOSK Ah Bingo fair specimen of Gods headwork No teUDtimely wentAthy departure An unused mat by the doorstep adeiolate kennel Allremind us of tby bitter fate thy dei tinyethy allotted days did the will orthy creator Devoted to thy master as a son to his father Not in five long years didst thou rebell once So gentle with children and loved by them Lingering with mere infants to amuse pacify 6audLayThy qualities were rare for a creature of thy kingdom tbeetIntt like a shadow Thy sun of life was in its zenith Casting its radiant beams around thee When suddenly a cloud hid it from viewIAnd left thee in utter darkness to be forgotten youthWhenThan to take up a second life After living in defiance of thy maker lightBeeauMeevil Could he eyestieheniousIBut under cover ofdarkness all alone lie metthee on thy homeward march Stealthily in dead silence he drew his weapon And as if by instinct pierced thy heart Dying thou lay on the cold damp ground While thy murderer clank away like a thief Poor thoughtless wretch I base example of earths weaker sonllIHow never dare give he take the life which he could III Did that frantic howl which came from the depthsIOf mortal agony chill him to the heart I thrillISound only stimulated him to do baser deeds Could the stars of heaven lament thy lou Sirius would have bowed low her head in mourning- At the sound of that death dealing shot And the sight of thy lifeless body Sleep thou peacefully beneath a moundof earth Undisturbed by the bustle of the world While generation after generation ot thy race Shall take up life aud lay it down like thee No epitaph has yet been devised more suitable To be inscribed on the monument than Here lies Bingo monarch of his race Thy fate is strange Thou shall take Up thy yoke not with the living but With the senseless clay Thy beautiful Covering shall fade and thy majestic Stature shall not long remain for Time will soon change ita form and Dust will be the treasure of thy mould The cold hearted earth will freeze thee Into stone and darkness hover over thy Insensible rock until that final day When it shall be blotted out forever Hazel Green academy Feb II 1002 For OotiMtlpallon rotladteaandchildteu perCellSold by J C Stamper Grassy Creek IRevs D B Center and Barney Blankenship will preach next Sun CourHOME CHILD Does your horse feel his oats What a difference be tween the grainfed and the grassfed horse I The first strong and full of ginger the second flabby weak and tired out before he begins The feedingmakes the difference Children arenotalike either One is rosy brighteyed full of life and laughter another is pale weak and dull The iced ingagain is responsible Sickly children need special feeding They dont feel their oats Scotts Emulsion adds just the right richness to their diet It is like grain to the horse The child gets new appetite and strong digestion Scotts Emulsion is more than food It is a strong dullschildren puts new flesh on thin ones and red blood into pale ones It makes children grow Scotts Emulsion makes ordi nary food do its dutyThis picture represents the Trade Mark of Scotts Emulsion and is on the wrapper of every bottle Shad for free IIIIpIc SCOTT BOWNE 409 Pat St New Yatk yoc tad fi aH dnwbta 1tIi W W Ferguson of Grassy was the guest of Charley Cecil Tuesday night and while in town Tues day exhibited a banjo of his own make which IS quite a curio The cabinet instead of being open backed is covered with a s und board which is raised a quarter of an inch from the back by four wooden stays and the banjo head i is only a third the size of the ordinary banjo Its construction throughout insures a milder tone than the ordinary banjo and from Ithe neckhead to apron it is a workof genius The neckhead is ornamentedwith the head of a jgreyhound and the frets are of black walnut inlaid into apple tree of which the banjo is con structed Mr Ferguson has been jimportuned to patent the instrument but las not yet dons so He has however madewveral on the same style and they have been eminently satisfying CASTORIAForI Zia KIM Yw HIli Allays BllPtt Bears the- Signature NI fof C 272aSZ Helen Kellers Tribute to Her Mother How shall I write of my mother She is so near to me that it almost seems indelicate to speak of her We never dream of compar jing our mother to another it is enough that she is our mother tthe being in whose beneficent tenderness is security and joy To describe her would be like attempt iing to put into words the fragrance of a flower or the smile on a bel- ovedj faceApril Ladies Home Journal When you have head ache or byS1 H F Pieratt Hazel Green tf Born to the wife of John S Pieratt of Murphy fork on Satur day the 15tha fine nine pound boy Mrs Lizzie Miller of the Isame neighborhood officiated at his introduction and was heard to remark that he was just handsome enough to be called Spencer Cooper Pieratt But at the present writ ing his mamma hasnt said how that would be Frank Brenneman and family will on Monday remove from the McGuire property recently pur chased by Dr Center to the res idence now occupied by Rev Sam I Taulbee who moves to one of the I new houses just built by H FI Pieratt Dr Center will then oc cupy the residence vacated byjI Brenneman Thus it JtoeeoneI I moves out and another VitaajOre will relieve you of all aches and pains Agents wanted Apply to or address with stamp Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0roinsure insertion ALL corres pondepee must be is this office by Monday night of each week and that nearby on Monday morning Our correspondents are derelict in duty and we want to say that henceforth they will not receive papers except for the week they have news letters We are dependent upon them for the news and when they fail to send in their favors they put us to great inconvenience STILLWATER SPARKLES- J F Dunn was seen in our town Saturday night Your writer attended the burial at Landsaw Sunday There will be a funeral meeting at the Murphy school house Sun day Several of our young folks attended the meeting at Landsaw SundayPlanting gardens and sowin oats is the order of the day in this sectionWm Hollon who has been con fined to his room for some time is some better Letcher Byrd has moved to B D Roses farm on the Chambers fork of this creek Mrs Nannie Creechu MM Rose Ellen Bpwlin andMiss Mary Rose were visiting at J M Taylors SundayThe wife of Herat Salley was buried at the Cardwell graveyard Sunday Rev Henry Taylor con dnctedthe funeral services Bab Patton and Boyd Cnudiff indulged in a quarrel on Monday Cundiff surrendered before Squire Taylor and was fined in two cases March 26 PRBBTO kJ r oo s NorrisHill Married March 15thon tho battle field near Roseville Ga by Esquire Chns Robt Jones of Georgia Walter P Norris to Mrs Annie Hill The couple will reside in Mr Norris was formerly qf Jack son Ky and was to Col D G Colson in the Fourth I Kentucky regiment during the war Ho was al so for a short time editor of a pa per at Campton and will be re membered by many of our citi I Wilson our mountain painters terms from April 1st j until the fall will be 125 per day and boardor contract work at 20 cts a square for each coat So if you waut his services call early and see him II BI e AT PUBLIC SALE VING determined to remove toII the West I will on the premises onjj I I iI iI Sell without reserve to the highest bid j der my farm of 120 ACRES situated 31 miles west of Mt Sterling Ky The farm is one of the best in Monty 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 regard to same call Long Distance Telephone 107 or ad dress the undersigned at Mt Sterling Ky C H DON SAM M WILSON BEPBESKXTIKO CO tUC5OI EAL + GRO ER LEXINGTON KY Solicits the trade of mountain merchants and will guarantee prices and promptness 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 fiue breeder Farmers are invited to see them Call on or ad BEATTYVILLE KY General Salesman for- K M CO LOUISVILLE KY Manufacturers of HighGrado tL ideJ- Solicits orders from the merchants of the mountains and guarantees istiifsetion A mail order will receive prompt attention R EVERY PAIR OF 8 8 Q g 8 2 5 o rJ When you Lex ington call on LOUIS Ie CUS STRAUS Lead ing Clothiers of Kentucky Make their store headquar ters Introduce yourself by telling em you know Uncle Spence and you will meet H with prompt attention Chickamauga Chattanooga stenographer SpanishAmerican zeusSant 1ue GLaSS Farm IRA 1902MARCH MAT NOHUE FLOOD MALES FOR SALE SAVING CECILg RG ROBINSON HUGHES Vineeav OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO PANTS1Yade iII go to t THIS SPACE BELONGS TO RACKET STORELE- XINGTON KY WATCH IT EVERY WEEK iHACANJ OL BOURBONe Good Liquor is free from adul teration drugs crude spirits and other harmful ingredients This is a subject worth looking into for as a necessity a luxury and a pleaii sure a good stimulant is Import ant When you want something good send us your orders Hagans Old Bourbon In Jugs 4 year old 200 per gallon 5 year old 225 per gallon G year old 250 per gallon 7 year old 275 per gallon 8 year old 300 per gallon 10 Year Old in Bottles Plain Box 4 Quarts 300 6 Quarts 450 12 Quarts 900 Best California Wines Sherry per gallon 150 tol Port per gallon 160 Blackberry per gal 125 Catawba ptgallon 125 Kelly Island Wines Sherry per gallon 125 Port per gallona 125 Blackberry per gallon 100 Catawba per gallon 100 YOU PAY XPRESS CHARGES Send P O Money Order or Registered Letter to the r HAGAN DISTILLING CO fir LEXINGTONIKYatlfilal OF EVERY DESon PTIolfo 0 t tI T NEATLY CHEAPLY ANDia rPROMPT LY EXECUTED A THIS OFFICE AND SATISFAUTION OUARAIITEED INALI OASES byrIr Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dIr L courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor In have and cneerfulncss soon dtippcc1 when the kid nexs out of order or diseased Kidney trouble prevolentthat for a child to born afflicted with weak kid neys If the child urinates too often if the urine scalds the flesh or if when the child reaches an age when it should able to withtupon cause I the difficulty is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these important organs This unpleasant I trouble is due to a diseased condition of the ii kidneys and bladder and net to a habit asIt most people suppose Women as well as men are made mis i erable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheSwampRoot is soon realized It is sold druggists and one dollar fifty II Iiby You may a j bottle by mall are has be be j tree also pamphlet tell none of Swaujpiioot i ing all about it including many of the J thousands of testimonial Iletters received l from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure and j r mention this paperjjj I l Steel Trap Carried Off by a Coon I Thirty years ago George Emory j then a noted trapper in Franklin I e county lost a steol trot which had set for coon A few days heII a young man who was cutting timber on a farm three miles from where tho trap had been lost saw an iron chain hanging from a tree which he had just cut Through curiosity the tree was cut into and several inches under tho surfacec was found a perfectly preserved c steel trap An examination roI ii vealed the name of George Emory who identified it as the trap he j had lost 30 years ago The coon had evidently carried it away and into the forks of the tree when the growth of the tree imbedded it graduaUI Would Smash The ClubI If members of the Hay Fever Association would use Dr Kings New Discovery for ConsumptionI I the club would go to always cures this malady and Asthma the kind that bullIes tho doctorsit wholly drives from the system Thousands of once hopeless sufferers from consumption pneumonia bronchitis owo their lives and health to it It con quers grip saves little ones from croup and whooping cough and isI positively guaranteed for nIl throat 1iZ t and lung troubles SOc 100 Trial c J bottles free at J Taylor DuyIIuzol i Green and S S Combs Sons in Campton drugstores Colonel Bryan advises tho cle mocracy to watch events The democracy has been watching events but seems to be tired do ing so through knot holeChiII cago RecordHerald r STATE OF OHIO CITY OF TOLEDO LUCAS COmiTY8Sj Frank J Cheney makes oath that IIFII 1 In the City of Toledo county and State aforesaid and that quid firm i will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case ofI Catarrh that cannot be cured byjIi tho use of Halls Catarrh cure FRANK J ClIEXKY Sworn to before me and sub scribed in my presence this Oth i day of December A D 1S8G A W GLEAOX i SEAL Noto Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in I ternally and acts directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces of the r system Send for testimonials free FJ CHENEY Co- Toledo 0 j Sold by druggists 75c Halls iU Family Pills are the best I i It is possiblo that General Fun ston may havo acted as a spy but uo one can accuse him of trying E to disguise anything nowSt Louis GlobeDemocrat t Cant Keep it Secret l t The splendid work of Dr Kings j 5L New Life Pills is daily coming toi r light No such grand remedy for j liver and bowel troubles vjas ever known before Thousands bless them for curing constipation sick headache biliousness jaundice and indigestion Try them 25c at J T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sons Campton drug gists Mr Hanna has put the shipping bill through the senate Vill lief succeed in getting it through the House Cleveland Leader WASTED Trustworthy men and women to travel and advertise for old establiehedhouseof solid finan C cialatanding Salar 0Nyearandi j refer ences andenclose selfaddressed stamped envelope AddresgtMana j gem 855 Caxton BJdg Chicagoj V IFoolhardy Bet I Louisville paid a bet that he lost on the McGov crnSullivan fight on the afternoon of the 17th inst by taking a swim in the Ohio river with thin ther imometor hovering aroundzero Dameron swam 75 feet through the icy waters and when he reach ed the hank his mustache was his frozen hair stiff and icicles hung from II Dameron made a bet with Henry Yanor a fellow empoyo of the thntIi Patricks day As McUovcrn landed the big old of the purse Dameron paid the bet according to tlie agree men t MillionsI1 tome says Mrs Mary Bird of Ham risburg Pa yet I would have 1 lost her by croup hud I not pur chased a bottle of One Minute CoughjforcoughscroupI sofeIt tasteIt a bottto of Ono Minute Cough Cure especiallyitII F PIERATT General Methuens capture has 1led toa moro general dissemination of knowledge as to tho correct jpronunciation of his nnmeChi cago Tribune Lockjaw From Cobwebs Cobwebs put on a cut lately gave I a woman lockjaw Millions know that thin best thing to put on a cut- is Bucklens Arnica Salvo the infallible healer of wounds ulcers sores skin eruptions burns scalds and piles It cures or no pay Only 25 cents per box by J T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs ifc Sons Campton Senator Mason of Illinois is Ihaving a hard fight to retain his seat Cleveland Leader General Agents Wanted to sell IProf Longs Magnetic Combs They remove dandrutV cure scalp ailmentsI and check falling hair are nnturnishable and will not break Everybody wants them good proposition to hustlers Scud I for terms Outfit six styles in plush case 200h Ladies Dress ing Comb 50c Gentlemens Comb 40c both 75c dav SlGt Magnetic Comb Pekin Co ToiletII Tho democratic party does not own Mr Bryan anything In dianapolis News Dont Live Together Constipation and health never go together DeWitts Little Risers promote easy action of the bowels without distress I have been troubledwith costiveness 9years says J O Greene Dopauw Ind HI have tried many remedies but Little Early Risers give best results II F PIERATT- i lIon David B Hill will not expose his presidential chances to a gubernatorialcandidncyWash ington Post Henry Pieratt bought all the picture frames the agent of the Chicago Portrait Co had left over and is selling them 50 per cent cheaper than the agont sold themr youIhurry as they are going like hot cakes 52 tf IXo one has as yuC started a mon petition to induce Mr Long CabinetBaItiIt AmericanFor Sale One Fay No8six roll 8 inch lightning lloorer with beading attachment Ono Fay carriage cutting off saw F BUSH Sox Lexington Ky Churchmen say it is no sin to attend horse races in Kentucky Certainly not j it is a duty there Now York World TO TilE DEAF A sick lady cured of her deafness and XicholtoOnArtificial Institute so that deaf people unable to 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America Hlitwy 80c SPEJtCESt COOPER ROSE WHEELER PRACTICAL BLACKSMITHS AND- WAGON MAKERS HAZEL GREEN KY fjB Inrito the fjfarmers cinity to their im p roved facilities for blacksmithing and wagonmaking an wellas repair work of all kinds A full force of first class mechanics insures promptness in the execution of all work entrusted to them and satisfac tion is guaranteed in all cases Buggy building and wagon making are our specialties Your patronage is reo spectfully solicited and will be duly appreciated Respectfully c ROSE WHEELER wanteasOOO men TO J3UY TIle Great Brag Pants 0Il 1 2Arrt SOLE DEALER HAZEL qREEN KY A new firstclass cafe for ladies and gentlemen has been opened in opposito the delicacies of the season are served in firstclass style Ladies especially are invited to write for our conSdenual letter before ap plyingI for patent it may bo worth mqnev We promptly obtain U 8 and For- eignPATENTS ENTIREIMMEDATEFRtue best legal service and advice and our charges are moderate Try as I SWIFT CO I Patent lawyers Opp US Palest OfficeWasbIngtMf DC flour I flourI flourII- SSJLIS S5JLT SSJLT ROBERT P RASH Tho originator of LOW PRICES is wholesale dealer in FLOUR SALT and solicits the patronage of the merchants of the mountai- nsIrWill meet any legitimate competition buying McCausey Ky Your Tongue- If its coated your stomach is bad your liver is out of order Aycrs Pills will clean your tongue cure your dys pepsia make your liver right Easy to take easy to operate 25c All drorzUtj 1 BUCKINGHAMSDYE1ISIbeaiiiII I 5 r I TilE SUNNY SOUTH TkfcKJreat Literary Journal Club bel With The Herald We publish eleewhere today the announcement of the SUNNY SOUTh the great weekly literary periodical of the Sonthern States Published in Atlanta Ga in the heart of the great south it bears upon it the impress of its birthplace and environment For more than 25 years the SUNNY SOUTH has been a soutbernlliterature story paper and was published for a longtime as a weekly and then as a monthly About one year ago the paper passed under new management and in lew than a year it has jumped from a circulation of 12000 to 60000 The first thing the new management did was to make it a weekly publication and to reduce the price to fifty coatS per yearIlees than one cent an isstK and then infuse into Its columns all the enterprise and litera I ry abilityUiat money could command or determination secure In less than a year this remarkable southern literary j paper has become national in character and it now has about as many subscrib era north of Mason and Dixon a line as it has in the south Its columns abound in the best current literature of character istic southern Savor and no literary periodical published anywhere in the country has succeeded in bringing to I gether many southern writers of note as has been done by the SUNNY SOUTH A striking feature of the SUNNY SOUTHS development iis its introduction during the past year of many new story writers who will be heard from in the wider field of the worlds literature In almost every southern state new literary talent has been developed to such an extent as to put the whole country to talking about the SUNNY SOUTH A few months ago the SUNNY SOUTH offered very handsome prizes for a series of the best short stories by southern writers and more than five hundred responses were received Some of the stories then published in the SUNNY SOUTH have been reprodaced the would over Others are now being published by it from week to week The fact that the price of this splendid weekly literary periodical is only fifty cents a year has bad a wonderful effect in giving it an extensive field for the development of its plans and purposes Perhaps no literary periodical ever es tablished has made such rapid stride as the SUNNY SOUTH in less than a year Mrs Mary E Brayan whose name has long been associated with the SUNNY SOUTH has been engaged to take full charge of its Womans Department Her services will appeal especially to women readers throughout the country as the striking charm of her own personality pervades every column of her most interesting department The distinctive characteristics of south ern authors have alwavs been a great charm to their readers The liberal use of matter by the leading magazines of the Unitpd States shows that high regard prevalent for southern literary talent The quaint stories of Joel Chandler liar ris in folklore of the southern plantations and the stories by him and by Thomas Nelson Page Will Y Harben Harry Stillwell Edwards and others of those interesting phases of human char acter so plentiful in the south are read with consuming interest and are seized upon by publishers with girat avidity The literary flavor of the SUNNY SOCTH will be far above the ordinary story pa per and an examination of one copy will show clearly and plainly to all its scope in its great special field Sonic of the most prominent of the worlds writers have been listed for special stories for the SUNNY SOUTH during the current year It iis a pleasure to know that the South has at last secured a literary paper of which the whole country is proudThe SUNNY SOUTHS growing circulation throughout the Union and in all parts of it alike is an indication of its widespread field IU fresh crisp edito rials social stories from authors of the widest note and growing fame and inter eating short stories from every quarter make it acceptable everywhere It is not a newspaper in any sense but is devoted exclusively to the field of literature It will come as a refreshing visitor every week to your home for only 50 cents per year If you have never seen a copy of it send today for it on a postal card addressed to the SUNNY SOUTH Atlanta 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 in the hands of our p eople 1indcifruijt WINCHESTEB KY N H WTITHERSPOON President B D HUNTER Cashier Paidup 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anti 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 dill for me so they may try it Hoping every one who has that tired feeling incident to old age will buy VitasOre of you and give it a fair trial I remain thankfully yours for putting me on lo this remedy JAMES LACY I can vouch fur 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 so many things that did no good I bve also wed Vita Ore and am stronger and iti better health than for years which I attribute to its use MRS SOUTflEY LACY Lacy Creek Ky June a 1901 BVita Ore is Ia package which Ih5pseOocteaspoonfuin any address on receipt of price Addretf SPENCER COOPER HAZEL GREEN KY UOB I PflINt Nt1 t ENVELOPES NOTEHEADS BILLHEADS G I LETTERHEADS SALEBILLSCPROGRAMS f CIRCULARS j- CATALOGS MINUTES 1 I c c i IP We have Three 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