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persuaded him to give up his contemplated call on Becky At first he blushed deeply and only laughed but soon man aged to stammer out I aint afeard o1 nothin nmrtn I reckin IL kin shoot ez straight an fast ez any uv om I haint never killed any man but Ive killed all kinds o varmints an bars too in these yer mountings an1 I kin hita mark ez easy ez I kin fin my mouth when Im hungry Kato assured him she had no doubt of his bravery but convinced him that in going he not only im perilled his own lifo but that of Becky also I reckon he said meditatively Id ortor give it up fer her sake but not for her old dads nor fer busthead Jacks nuther But Beck she air not liko them She air the likeliest gal in this yer mounting an praps in all Kaiu tuckSo ho promised Kato to keep closo until notified by her that he might venture forth I low otll be dark afore ye git back This ere critter air a pore traveler Air ye afeard in them woods Oh no thank you I answered Kate with a merry laugh Good night Mr Sutton Im going to help you all I can lit watched her until sho reach ed the top ofn steep ridge and disappeared on the other side And thets the gal frum Hazel Green he observed to himself She air purty an sho air perlite She air a wonderful gal But I lily off ter marry Becky Sho air powerful peart an sho air my choico The homo trip was depressing Tho forest was now full of deep shadows that seemed to end in the darkness of night The music of the mountain stream had changed to a minor key and the intensity of its pathos was heightened by the hooting of the night owl and the moaning of tho wind among the pine trees The lone traveler kept every sense on tho alert It flash ed across her that perhaps the Simpson men had not received her message or had not heeded it and wore at that moment conceal ed along the roadside ready to tire objectsgwere fast growing indistinct and the men in ambush might not take time to identify the rider She smiled at tho suggestion but still it clung to her She thought of singing or calling out but that seemed so absurd So she only peered slightly into the gathering gloom half expecting an attack and wholly vexed at her strange foreboding When almost out of tho dense forest she noticed a movement in the underbrush not more than fifty feet from the wagon rondoJust before coming opposite this point her keen vision could define among the leafless brush the form of a man pointing a gun straight at her Instantly she jerked Ole Bones back on his haunches Simultaneously there was a flash a report and a ripple of girlish laughter Youve shot the wrong man Uncle I cried Kate laughing again A bloodcurdling oath a crash ing in the brush and the grizzly oldmountaineer emorgedand stood at the scene of disaster Air ye hurt SisJio asked in excitement coming closer to Kate who had slipped to the ground No only in my feelings What right have you to firo on a woman riding peacefully along Youve detained me and Mrs Brown will bo worrying because Im out late I swar I wouldnt hev shot ye toot fer nothin in this worl I war alayiu for Jim Sutton what wants tor marry my Becky an 1 couldnt make out thet youuns want im Ef yod a wore a bon nit I might a knowod An ef ye hadnt a laughed Id a fired agin an mebbo kilt ye That patty w i gallaugh 01 yonrns what saved yo But ye wont lay it up agin me will ye Sis bouts I didnt know an thunk et war thet snar lin dog an sneakin thief uv a Jim Sulton Illllet itpass this once if youll go home and go to bed and send Jackover to Mrs Browns just after supper Jims not coming tonight nor all this week nor next perhaps So youll have your watching all for nothing Will you promise Kate asked leapingin- to the saddle from a low stump Waal yaws I low Ill hev ter beins its yon uns Then goodbye and dont for getThe old man stood peering at the vanishing figure Howd she know weuns affairs he queried Blowed ef it haint powerful quay She hev rid thet rickety ole beastis clar ter Jim Suttons shack jes ter save his ouery hide an kern mouty nigh o losin hornShe air the spryest pullet Ive over seed an I low shell be a cluckin ter all the ole hens in Bad Mounting afore long Waal Im rale glad she cackled fur of she hednt Im bus ted of I dont blieve Id a hit or nex time an thou Ilow Id a been hung fur them cad my folkI ses down ter Hazel Green ud swar theyd git even The real cause of the delay Kate kept to herself and ate with such relishand talkedso enthusiasti cally of the delightful trip that Mrs Brown was more than grati fied Ere long Jack arrivedand sat awkwardly and curiously waiting Poor Kate she was almost as much embarrassed as Jack him self and was sorely tempted to throw up tho undertaking It was so hard so dreadfully hard Then she thought better and mustered all her courage Ive found it rather lonely up heroin Bad Mountain she began and have been thinking if you and Millie hero would help me some Id givo a little kind of party ono of these evenings to start the ball to rolling you know Jack shuffled uneasily then an swered in a surly tone I dont know notbiu about no parties an seek likes I want brnng up thet way I haint no ladys man ner nothin uv thet sort Millie Brown giggled Oh wells Kate urged kindly you dont have to hOeI only want you to help write the invitations and assist in serving Millie has already written two or three Bring them out Millie and let Mr Simpson see how nicely you writeJack examined the penmanship with evident admiration uEf I could write like thet I wouldnt mind Who learnt ye to do it MillyMy teacher here Miss Laurel Whod you suppose Dont you want to learn She can show you in half a dozen lessons if youre smart Then Millie giggledagain Jack looked at Kate questioningly and sho encouraged him to begin onceHow To Gain FleshPersons have been known to gain a jroMMf m yby taking an ounce of SCOTTS EMU SION It is strange but it often happensSomehow producesthe properlyordinaryfood fore and that is the way the gain is madeA amount of flesh is necessary for health J if you have bytaking sews t T Yoe wit fihd k hst teed tos Irn upokldrug1aullCOTT York a 2c How muchdo ye ax fur learnin me lOh Ill not charge you at all if youll be nice about helping me with parties and such things- I dont mind doin thet of l kin but Ill not learn yer writin of yo wont hey pay I j roml1nera1tionI gained his own consent to trust the layin fur Jim thet long ter j DadAfter the lesson Kate explained well arrange everything for the party Who alls do ye ntend ter in vite ter yer party queried Jack Oh the grownup brothers and sisters of my pupils and the older ones of them Then Ilow I cant kem fur thell be a lot o them Buttons here anI dont mix with the likes 0ithem II Woll not ask the one that shot Spur brother said Kate rather abruptlyWill ye ax the one whats han keriu arter my sister CONTINUED NEXT WEEK A Profitable Investment 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 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 assim ilate If your stomach doesnt di gest your food you are really starving Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does the stomachs work by digesting the food You dont have to diet eat all you want Kodol Dyspep sia Cure cures all stomach troub les H F PIERATT Was Bounced Queer city this Chicago de clared George Martin of Louisville to Clerk Paul Gores of the Audi torium Annox ftMartintorn loose stood out at right angles and his neck scarf was but a fragment of its former ample di mensionIts because they never heard of champagne up here U explained Mr Martin sadly I went into a Michigan avenue cafe I had justII made a profitable deal and was feeling like wine I saw a friend seated with a party the members of which crying hoch just as I came inWill you join me I askedI Ja replied everybody Ich wolf Have some wino1 said I Take champagne U Vita iss1 cried they Champagne iTepeated I dont know the why but do know that they looked at eachI other a moment then made a violent attack on me crying Heraus mithim Then I fled leaving my hat Children Especially Liable Burns bruises and cuts are ex tremely painful and if neglected often result in blood poisoning Children are especially liable to such mishaps because not so care ful As a remedy DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is unequalled Draw out the fire stops the pain soon heals the wound Beware of couni terfeits Surefire for piles Do Wittfs Witch Hazel Salve cure my baby of eczema after two physicians gave her op writes James Mock N Webster Ind The sores were so bad she soiled two to five dresses a day H F PIERATT Cpiicident Two years ago Jas Moore sho Thomas Runyon at a Baptist ass sociation at Inez Ky The bull let penetrates Runyons left knee and fractured the patella TheI victim became paralyzed and died within tendys- Moore and Wallace Brewer en gaged in A fight two weeks ago in which Moore was shot in the knee the bullet fractured the patella He became paralyzed and died within lOflbys The administration seems determined to jar General Mile- slooseAtlanta Journal M = gF ti Mi Tired OutY C I was very poorly and could hardly get about the house I was tired out all the time Then I tried Sarsaparilla and it only lAyer two bottles to make me feel perfectfrweUMrsNSSwinI I bed tired when you get u tired all the time Wily Your blood is im pure thats the reason You are living on the border line of nerve ex AyersSarsaparilla quickly cured SfiiSffii Ayetsearaparlllaold tamllJ mecUlne Follow his adrkandw will be IaUlledI Co Lowell Bus Wharton Golden Dying- F Wharton Golden whose statements to counsel for the coraman wealth led to the indictment of W S Taylor Caleb Powers andoth ers on the charge of complicity in the murder of William Goebel and who was an important wit ness in the conviction of Caleb Powers Henry Youtsey and Jim Howard is said to be slowly dying consumption in Now Mexico It is generally conceded that Goldens death would be a severe blow to the prosecution in the Gonbel cases With this witness dead it is claimed that muchof the commonwealths evidence against W S Taylor and Charles Finley could not be placed before a jury Electric Belt on Trial To introduce it andobtaiu 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 il the Belt effects a cure These Belts a positive cure for Rheuma Neuralgia Kidney trouble Stomach and Liver trouble Asthma etc Address at once GERMAN ELECTRIC AGENCY tf PO Box 1874New York NY The center of population may be in Indiana but when Gen Fuu ston limbers up in his new post of duty the center of interest is bound to be in Colorado Denver Re publican A Nearly Fatal Runaway starteda horrible ulcer on the leg of J B Ornor Franklin Grove Ill which defied doctors and all I remedies for four years Then I Buckleus Arnica Salve cured him Just as good for boils burns bruises cuts corns scalds skin eruptions and piles 25 cents at J T Day Hazel Green or S S I Combs d Sous Campion druggists Hon Whitelaw Reid cannot give the hinges of his knees too much exercise There is nothing like being in conditionWashington- Post Wields a Sharp Ax Millions marvel at the multitude of maladies cut off by Dr Kings New Life Pillsthe most distressing too Stomach liver and bowel appestite jaundice biliousness fever malaria all fall before these wond Tdor k Sons Campton When it comes to talking Gen Miles should remember that he is not FunstonDetroit Free Press- WANTEnTrustworthy men and fortold established house ofsolid finan cial standing Salary 780 a year and expenses all payable in cash No canvassing required Give refer ences and enclose selfaddressed stamped envelope Address Mana ger 355 Caxton Bldg Chicago tf GoneralMiles evidently thinks it better to be publicly guillotined iguorodAtlauta For 28c in stamps you can get a free trial of Wilsons Tobacco Cure Has cured thousands CORP WILSON f30y CalvertTexas I 9- t r I COUNTY + DIRECTORY + HAZEL GREEN POLICE COURT JudgeJW Jf NICKELL Deputy Marshall BOARD OFTUSTEES W O MIZE Chairman W H CORD JOHN D DAVIS Jots M ROSE JOHN II Rose o CIRCUIT COURT t Third Monday in January Fourth Monday in April and Third Monday in September JudgeAthsAttorneyJC G HANKS Trustee Jury Fund 0COUNTY COURT First Monday in each month J W CONOLETON County Judge W S TUTT Clerk FRANK STAMPER Sheriff AttorneyJS N Hones Assessor SurveyorFRANK J W TAULBEE County Supt 0MAGISTRATES COURTS TIME OF HOLDING AND OFFICIALS FIRST DISTRICT ELIAS SHOCKEY Magistrate No time set for holding courtSECOND RosEJRstable Court days First Thursday in February May August and November JMagistrate FebruaryMayFOURTH DISTRICT R R LEGO Magistrate WM SPENCER Constable Court days First Friday in March June September and December FIFTH a SlxTltJ N CHAMBERS Magistrate in both districts DAVID BANKS Constable Court days Thirdj Friday in February May August and November SFVENTH DISTRICT B F BOLIN Magistrate PORTER CLARK Constable Court days First Saturday in March June September and December EIGHTH DISTRICT GEORGE OLIVER Magistratei No constable acd no set time for holding court J Lexington and Eastern Railwayi s Time Table in Effect Oct 20 1901IEAST BOUND I I 02 1No4I STATIONS II exIIPSI Lye AYLye Lexington 2 10 pm 7 40 am Winchester 2 55 pm 8 25 am LiKJuncu 3 07 pm 8 37 am Clay City 3 40 pm 0 13 am 3 51 pm 9 23 amj tautonI 4 20 pm 9 54 am i 34 pm 10 C8 Beattyve Jc 14 56 pm 10 29 JImII Jackson 00 pm II 30 WEST BOUNDe 4 STATIONS Daily NOl ex No3eauI I Sunday Sunday Jacksoni pmBeattyve 1TorrentpmNatDridgepmStanton pmClaypmLEJuncnpmIYinchesterI pmLexington ManagerCIlAST n MORGAN 8 P A 0 E BRANCH Time Table in Effect January 1 1112 EAST BOUND WEST BOUND No 22 No 21 Daily ex STATIONS Dally ex Sunday Sundae a m arr p m lev 9 45 am Jackson 1 00 pm 9 40 am O dt K Junction 1 05 pm 8 45 am WilbnrxU 155 pm 8 30 am Hampton 2 10 pm JImj7 00 am Cannel City 3 45 pm M L rONLEY Superinten- dentLOTTXSViLL TIN AND STOVE COMPANY Jobbers and Dealers in STc lEiS t Japaned and Tinware Gr LOUISVJLLE xY DILLER BENNETT yr The Wholesale WHOLESALEI Dealer In Its REHBEVERSOfRCO 4E ate s WOLISALE SjJ StDDLlaT508512 W MAIN RTRZET- LOWSVILLL 1i aY a k tats 0- T I I rJ t1fSu I ME HEHLD I il t I jI 1 1SPENCER COOPER Editor J ct I rS j I IaIj HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY April 8 1902 I i THE fight between tho American tobacco trust and the Imperial to f bacco trust or Great Uritian which has been going on for sow g r time across the Atlantic is also tto bo carried on over here awl tho t Universal tobacco trust is said tto have joined forces with the British concern Lot em fight It willI bo beneficial to the public if they fight each other into bankruptcy thait his order against government em ployes seeking to influence cont gressional legislation did not ap ply to printers in the government 1priutinfioffice It has not seemed to apply to anybody seeking to iinfluence things Teddys way i j So TilE gold standard rtpublii Bean administration thinks the free coinage of American Filipino thingforiwillmake sentiment for the po mauent retention of tho islands Ax extraordinary defense is that put forward by Major Wnllori j jofthe marine corps who is being tried by courtmartial for hmvin trinlIfI trialll was necessary lawful and justij fable WONDER if Hnnuus feeding th Washington correspondents tva 1 an effort to lesson criticism of th r j akeii r mit it to be taken up by th j house IT took some hammering ttoij i make them see the correctness off j1 the democratic demand that all1II I war taxes bo wiped out but no I repealllbill1II j i congressI THE English Lord who has beenI t I ostracized by English society for striking his wife who has secured1 divorce from him might find tai eolation among the toadies on this j side of the Atlantic I t tTUEUE is nothing doing in the j j Isthmian Canal line in the senate thanks to the power of Mar 6hej someIIthinglater WHAT a howl there would haveI been had that proposition to coin an unlimited quantity of Amerir can Filipino silver dollars comeI from a democrat f IT ishow officially admitted that war department officials are seriously o alarmedat tho awful in i crease of disease among the Amerii can soldiers in the Philippines s WE rise to ask if the military r bodyguard provided for Teddy by Y tfeo bill that recently passed th- rr senate is to havs brasa band attachment i THERE is logic in the argument of Gov Beckham of Kentucky that it is the buyer of docktailed horses who should bo attackedand not the seller PERHAPS after Teddy takes a few more boxing and wrestling lessons holl bo ready to tackl bt tMark in a rough and tumble r scrapFRED to i havoni to Washington Ho expected to I 1 bo lionized and found himself al ignoredtt c IF the next Ipresident Jsao be a II Democrat it will be necessary to Dominate a man that is on speak 1 ting terms with the whole partY r J HEN it comes to general popu lhrltYtGen Fitz Lee has been showing that ho is in it A r ij RECENT language therein indi j r cites that the English Louse of f tw commons is correctly namedY f hJ IISST Emperor William rather the thing in his attempts to jolly the American people by attentions to tho Itooseveltfl jGI S LEONARD WOOD continues to ignore that executive order against officials trying to influ once cougrossionnllegislation IGES MILES seems to have killed army reorganization bill that enllof course tho friends of 10ft and Schloy love tho adrnin for its treatment of those brave officers Lyons Laxative Syrup Natures Cure for Constipation fobs SOT Garry If you do not like it better than any laxative yen have ever I used your druggist will refund the money Good for children as well as rown people Sold by J C Stamper Grassy Creek A Moralist on SabbathBreaking 1Ou Sunday March 80 whit Allio Nickell was moving hi household effects from Red river to tho Clifty neighborhood a tree felland killed one of tho steers he was driving and smashed up much of his household effects The steers and wagon were tho proper ty of James Ingram Some un known moralist hands in tho abovo item wo judge from the following appended sentence God knows how to deal with a Sabbath breaker Now when did our un known moralist become a judge iin Israel and how does he know that God made a special mark of Mr Nickull f There were on the same peoplerengaged in doing things ten times worse than moving and moraliiit himself we will venture did not fulfill his whole duty to theliastp doughgenKagedIly in Gods eye Judging from the sentence as it is written one Iornlisto esandeyet if he lives in this section he knows there are many worse ones notoi11I apologist for Mr Xickell but he WHS probably justified in mov ing when ho did Like the Muster whoa on earth he probably had noI place where to lay his head until Ihe did move How does Moralist know Anyhow this thing of pos ing as a moralist behind an anon mous cognomen is not calculated to do much good and for the sake beingIappears sm we should like him to show his handI Ho wont do it though because he knows that some things he has gone will not bear the light perhaps Judge not lest ye be judged is good advise to him if will take it and we dont charge hUll a cent for it These goody goody people are generally no good Do tho Masters work Go yo among the poor and minister to their wants and keep His com mands If Moralist has done all these things then we can tolerate his sentence and it may have ef fect Comfort Augusta Me offers to juvenile writers under 20 years a 2 1 and 50c prize for essays of SubjectTheodore EssayEditor S166 Per Acre aecated one mile from the city on the old Frankfort pike was sold yesterday morning to J NVaughn who resides about seven miles from the city on the same pike for 10000 Westminister stock farm has been owned for tho past three or four years by W J Chancellor and is ono of the most beautiful spots from a scenic point of view in the county It was for a couple of years leased by Mr Chancellor Senator Joseph Bailey The farm contains sixty acres Mr Vaughn expects to rebuild and improve the place Mr and Mrs Chancellor will retain possession until September 1 this yearT Lexington Leader They Love The Herald lMarchl Mr CooperDear Sir EncleaetLjlnd P 0order f 100 so let the old reliable HERD come on Wife and myselfare 1 very well Hope this will find you 6md your good With the best of friendlE E HAYS Goes to Ciiciiiati for Geode Mrs Rilda Day will 011 Saturday t leave for Cincinnati where she will lay in a complete stock of ladies hatstrimmed and untrimmeda I full line of fancy dress goods with trimming to match in the make up laces etc In fact her new stockwill include everything in the line of ladies furnishings and as she will herself do the purchas everything she buys will be up lingdate Her experience in mil linery affairs and her acquaint anco with tastes of the ladies of this section will enable her to se lect just what is needed and we adviso our lady friends to await her opening duo notice of which will be made in our columns Send 35c and get a free trialof Wilsons Morphine Cure tested for 14 years and always successful Send to CORP WILSON f 30y Calvert Texas The Sagacity of a Dog creelrsomee ofsgloves in the woods where he was working He went back and searched for them as soon as he missed them but could find no trace of them and finally abandon od all hope of ever seeing them again Last week after the gloves had been exposed to the weather for two months a shepherd pup that follows him about came to the house one day with the glovesr and he showed them to the writer on Tuesday The dog is now in valuable in his estimation and nearly nay one would think so too He thinks now he can train him to do most any old thing FOR SALEA scholarship in the Commercial College of Kentucky applicationysome young man can tftRev Sam Taulbee had the mis fortune to fall in his yard Tuesday while carrying a log of wood into the house and struck the left side of his face on a knot breaking the bone just forward of the ear He says when he came to himself there was an indenture in which he could lay the edge of his hand and he fears that when the swelling subsides he will have a hole in the side of his face It was very much swollen Wednesday and smartly bruised but he is not suffering very much When you have head ache or neuralgia try Triphene Sold by SS Combs Sons Campton and H F Pieratt Hazel Green tf Bob Woolery of Ezel is here working on the new houses being erected for H F Pieratt by con tractor Al Dyo of Maytowc who also has employed several other carpenters Dye has a cinch on Mr Pieratts work on which he is nearly always engaged and he has built several houses for him Our subscribers who are entitled to the Monthly World will begin receiving it this month At least quite a list of names was mailed to 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names of six of your neighbors who would appreciate the opportunity to read a copy of The sunny South and one sample will be mailed free You can get your club of five out of these very people aN SUNNY SOUTH enters over 50000 American homes now and during 1902 b sure to be welcomed In fully as many moro homes as the great weekly feast of good things till Southern Literary Weekly whose columns for 1902 wIll his the most readable of all the papers that come to you lddetaaAll Cear to GhQ SUNNY SOUTH Atlanta Ga rJ F SADLER CoEstablished COMMISSION MERCHANTS TIlE SALE GtI1ellosSkoeand Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI O Long Distance Telephone WEST 101- JEBLiberal cub advances made upon consignments arid sales guaranteed we- Live R CRAWFORD CO 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 at highest prices Consignment solicited AU correspondence cheerfully answered I SpringHUGHESI 4 andPAZATAOIIVFevers Acts onI Better than Calomeland Quinine Contrins no Arsenic liver and tones up system THE OLD RELIABLE E 1LLENT eENEBAL ONII As well as a Sure Cure for Chills and Fevers Swamp Fevers and Bilious Fevers Just seasonlI Splendid Tonic Soc and a1 Bottles PREPARED BY COForty7earssuecessimtheSoothproves Halthel Tonic a relt remINCORPORATED I ed1forChmaallmal al fevers LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Silver WIQIt8 EllS I have for sale now Silver Wyandotte Eggs atflOO for 13 TkM Are Tfcoromttrei Buy a setting raise some THOROUGH BRED CHICKENS and you will be DQ longer satisfied with the COMMON STOCK Pint call first served ROBERT L COED 33 Hazel Green Ky t if = 1 t in 1865 FOR OF the the Blue raseiies SPRING I9O2- l Pralt ul OruHutal Trees Grape- Vines Asparagus Small Pratt urlI EverythlBg for Orchard Lawn ui Oar dew Ye have no agents tat tell direct to the plaster Strawberry and Gus ral OatalBflve oa application to H F HILLENMEYER + LEXINGTON KY ii or 1 Cheapest Store On Earth Quality of Goods Considered 1N M H Fe PIERATTDEALER IN hiitiit 1i ti riiit liai LiveStock Country Produce LIVERY AND FEED STABLE Horses Hacks Buggies ScIfor hire at all toi1cSand charges reasonablery H LU BER W Rough Dressed and Tongue and Grooved All kids for sale fi 150000 feetyet to dispose of at living prices w TA ESAll outstanding taxes must be settled now x or levy will be made as I leave only until t January 1 1902 to make settlement in full Dontjdelay or it youYour PIERATT W q CECIL BROS Stapler Foncy Grocerstt goodsAPPLLE i I k jarJ25c PEACH LEAF IAUI 15c per pound SUGAIt iic to lilt per pnuudtCAI OVA COFFEE bet in town 12ic packageNall for 25c KRAUT 3 pound can lOc canIPEAS 2 cans 1fic firstclass f J TAYLOR DAY iA k CARRIES IN STOCK A FULL LINE OF l rl EGents c iL H Ladies aEand r Eo gLampsis rr i a gBoots3 In fateyerything usually l spM found in firstclass store = E g Pb II IIili lfin Vtr will soon raeeive the mos hundsome Uneof MlIMUSf- a6OODSERY evep Bi0wgat- t the thjspPI0es so low that the pcin llrV f WAIT Dnd WATCH Ins SPA EJ t Ntx CLOTHINGI have a nice lot of clothing which I intend to close out and if you want a bargain in this line do not fail to call at once CSOEScAlso I will sell you shoes at 100 that thave always sold at 125 and the same pro portion clear throughrRemember this is for CASH ONLY t fJ J 1VI ROSETHE PEOPLES FRIEND ri 3- IICJIDEJIIY I ZEL GREEB + t N hecpestNoRIAL AND PREPARATORY SCHOOL School in Eastern00 KentuckyThe present term began September 3 the largest enrollment in the history ofh 1withschool Second Session begins JANsI sTA thorough practical school for yowl men end Li1 DeparFuncutACldemicCommercial ISOO for 38 Week IIrTUItIOD particulars aoo per Week write K W H CORD Principalll t s ir II I 9 d t h 4ScrofultiFew are entirely free from It It mcy develop so slowly as to cause UUe If any disturbance during the whole f period of l1l1dhoodII It may then produce irreinilarlty or the stomach ar Ins dystxiisia catarrh and niarktJ tendency to consumption before mam rtti itself In much cutaneous eruption or firilnlar xvtini It Is best to be sure tluit you arc quite erAdlC3jltlonj Hoods Sarsaparilla The best of all medicines fur all humor I I THE HERALD II r i j aMa Miss Nora Adams daughtor of i w Rev H D Adams is confined to her homo with mumps Miss Mollio Cold iron is Biiffor ing from tho mumps and in con theKpresent Ed Cecil bought of Sobe Walt s ers Tuesday 25 head of young cat f 11Mt11 KEEP your blood pure and your antI digestivei organs in a healthy condition by taking Hoodstt Barsaparilla and you will bo WELL a Sam Wilson the expert pniijtor did the work on the now house i j built by Ed Cecil andoccupied by j Rev II D Adams which addsII t greatly to its appearance P Miss Nannie Fields of Ezel matriculated at tho academy on Monday last to perfect herself in theC hasyj taught school for several earsI under a firstclass certificate but getsta state certificate whichcarries with it tho privilege of teaching anywhere DLFeitnefs GO10EN RELIEF t twat uw uuYUwu C w G I A sacs armnc lr AI y = I I a INFLAMMATIONsoretbroat Ileadaele r3 minutr Suutb g QVaebeUmtauteC I45rrFeloneteete c- ColdsFormtn4Fevers GRIP CURES ANY PAIN INSIDE OR OUT i tufuutrai 1 Sold by H F Pieratt Hazel Green Kyi A T Carrithers of Lexington aI I I c wellknown stockman was run i down by a train while r across the CaLd O driviugI tracks lie escaped by L c back somersult from his buggy but his horse was killed and the accidenit i happened at Lexington I II Wm H Cord is conducting aii i series of meetings at the Christian3 t church this week lie began Mon I dayevening and will continue over next Sunday Services begin each evening at 730oclock Everybody is cordially invited i to attend There were two accessions Yy by statement on Monday i tr night and one by confession III I on Tuesday night t Frank Thomas who has been living in a house of Henry Pie j ratts in the suburb known as Dickville moved on W to May town and tjdnesdayI I who haaHbeen living in a part of j t heightsjwithI j t J man will move into the house j j vacated by Mr r at TbomaII j CASTORIAForI L II s DiEghtsi 1 Bears the I B1patureofa i The Day House under the man agement of Mrs Lou Day is fast I regaining its won ted prestige Las week she had seven drummers I drivers eto Messrs Barger an- r I Hughes representing two Hunt l Berlt LouisvillecR house Mr Lyons who keeps the R hotel at McCausey and drivers for I the several teams There was also one of two other transients The Academy Cottage Fund For the week ending Wednesday April 2nd the following contl bu ttons were received for tho Cottage FaluIY 5 I x Eliza James lOff Jrlan Olt field 100 Anna Belle CombslOO j Grand total received to date8163 J We hopd all who expect to help iinf I j this work will do so as soon as possible WM H CORD April 2 1902 Treas ftYV- II EXERCISES IN COMPOSITiON ABOIQ Pupils Under Prof Noah Cisco at The Academy Hazel Green academy Lula Caldwell age 16 years HOW WE SE- En will bo very difficult for us to exactly understand the peculiarity of our eyes and to exactly un for us first to seoI of the- o e us most in seeing We know it is a fact that we cannot seo when in darkness And now tho question isIWhy cant we seo in darkness and how can we see in light The eye is very delicate and must be studied very carefully in order that we may have the power to see clearly There is no light that can pass into the eye except through the cornea and all rays that enter the eyo must also pass through the j lops and it is there it is brought to n focus as any ordinary lens would do If tho media through which the light passes from an object were all of the same destinyn as the air and were also plane J surfaces an impression would be IS produced but the object would not be distinct by reason of the j UJ shape and destiny of these media refract the rays of light and bring thorn to focus upon the retina thus aiding and producing a sharp and distinct image of the object There are many rays of light coming from the corresponding point of the object which are bright to start the sutIicientlyI I ItenterIIt crystaline lens aided by the j reI ItthatIt 11entireI11t ofiorder to obtain a clear image inII an object for there are only parallel j I rays brought to a focus in the normal eye The material known as lumni ferous ether per meates the universe and by its vibrations transmits movements I which effect the eye giving rise Ito the sensation of light and theII perception of even the most tant objects Our eyes are so constructed that they will respondI to every vibration and of light which reach this rayII and by the light passing through the ether and the vibrations of this ofIlightthem we are thus enabled to see IGrammar Hazel Green academy Rosa years of age EVERY MAX HAS A DUTY TO PERFORM This subject is of the most imII portance it does not only take in man but every woman and child Every one has a duty to perform if he does it or not God told us IIIto workif He did not mean for to work lIe would not put us this beautiful earth God Ion for us to perform some kind lofa duty every child big little oldor young has some duty to per form he has to work to try to make his character high when he becomes a man They know not what the future will be but earn estly and honestly work till at last the day will come when they can dutyIbo a missionary or anything be can do the best and make the most tthnts what hes going to be beenIwhat has performed some kind o duty Some may perform kinder duties that others but the ones theitnonuse may not be in the history haveddone a mere nothing kindof a duty may stick their names up as the great and leave the ones who did the good duty back behind thatIdid this but greater duties have been performed by people that have not been noticed We should do our best at the duty that weI way have eternal life This shouldl our best duty t pperform We lbo do our best Thou the angels coulddu no Jt oref lYiNoTK Qar Young friends who arefnrn jthine us with these essays are reminded i ltbat iftliejr will take pains in writing them sari send to Essay Editor of Contort Augusta Maine they may secure a prize The subject this month is Kindness to An antiinI the 25tk There are four pruea2 1 60e and a Yearly aabsctiption to Comfort EDITOIL- F 0 4yS IDIGO BY MONEOR QEVBDOX groundWheredeath hath lain His lifeblood ebbed from out the fatal wound His body still in death feelno more pain Yet he fell not as men upon the field Amid the sabres clash and cannons roar Where soldiers to the fate of death must yield And daring warriors fall to rise no morett He fell not as a hero in the strife A patriot defending home and land But as a martyr lost his precious lite In time of peace at some assassins handii His noble head the fatal shot laid low That head xSoateago 1 Andnow are striking chords in angel jt bands Around his lifeless cone no dirge iis sung No casket grand his body to enclose 1 From out the tall church spires no knell iis j rung And yet poor Dingo sleeps in sweet repose He was a dog yet had one life to give Jf One sweet existence precious to the end And mango our dearest treasure while we live He was the dearest ot them aUA frieudt When you have head ache or bySF Pieratt Hazel Green tf Just Back Prom the Philippines ICurtisabout four years ago for Illinois and subsequently enlisted in the Second U S infantry was dis chargedat San Francisco on the 22d day of February and came home Monday In the four years of his absence he was in the Philippines most of the time and seems solI that amounted to any they had innumer IIthiugalthough with long distance says the lower Fil ipino is very ignorant and as I treacherous as ignorant But he says the introduction of teachers by the U S government is fast working a revolution in social affairs about Manilla and especially where lady teachers have got a footing can be seen an improvement in the dress and manners ofI children who are also learning our language He thinks time alone will bring peace to the islands and that it will come through educating the present generationJ An Empty Sack Cannot Stand Upright Neither can poor weak thin blood nourish and sustain the physical system Hoods Sarsaparilla is the standard purifier and true tonic for the blood Hoods Pills do gripe All druggists 2Se I Millinery Opening April the 10th I will have on I hand a large supply of millinery goods of the very latest styles in cludiugladies trimmeduntrimmed j and dress hats misses and chil drone huts caps and bonnets I flamers foliage ornaments etc These goods are for spring and summer 1902 not lastyears goodsI but of the very latest and freshest materials on the market I mjj be prepared to trim hats in any desiredstyle This will be theI lowest priced millinery store in the mountains quality of mate rials considered I now have on band a supply of wan paper of the latest designs at prices ranging from four cents per roll upward Ladies are invited to calland examine our goods and prices It willcost you nothing to look MRS H C LAC- YDaysboro Ky A Map of Kenticky Free Due to a constant demand for a goodmap of Kentucky The Morning Herald of Lexington has had published the latest and best map obtainable which it is giving paystsix months in advance OO The offevery place in Kentucky which has a name and also a map of the worldrand is better than any map sold for a dollar The Herald is always doing something to make itself of service to its subscribers CenatIpaUsraITake Lyona Laxative Syrup If you dont like tSicIld by J C Stamper Grassy Creek Seiteice Reducedt Capt Crniu mail agent on the L JE to Jackson who was re cently arrested for opening letters and who was tried at Frankfort in the Federal court and sentenced to 90 days in jail and a fine of 500 has beet somewhat favored by receiving a remission of 00 days front the sentence Vita Ore will relieve you of alll aches and pains Agents wanted Apply to or address with stamp Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky r bt f t6 I c COTOTY NEWS NOTES oL b insure insertion ALL eorres byMonthat nearby on Monday morning Our correspondenta are derelict in duty and we went 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 SUNNY SIDE Edward Oney made a flying trip to Neola Sunday Bro Cayton pastor of the Methodist church was visiting in this section last week Mrs John H Brooks who has been on the sick list for sometime is no better Carl Fallen of Lacy creek was visiting on this side of the ridge Saturday and Sunday Miss LoulaTaulbee of Daysboro was visiting this place from Saturday till Monday Lee Perkins passed through here Friday en route to his Morgan county home Rev Boone Center of South Green passed through here Thursday en route to Gillmore Miss Etta Swango left Saturday accompanied by Henry Cecil for her home near Chambers Station Sam and Willie Kash two of Stillwaters bright boys passed through here Saturday en route to Neola Uncle Rastus Brooks and wifeiiif were visiting their sou Gee go on upper Stillwater Saturda and SundayMiss Emma Day one cf the Hazel Green academy stu lents was a pleasant caller at thi place SaturdayCreed Oney who has be en at tending the Haze Green aca emy left for his home in Br athitt county Sunday Mrs Newt Lacy who spe t the greater part of last week wi h her brotherW T Caskey of your town returned home Monday Misses Maud and Ella Millard and brother Fred passed th ough here Friday en route to their home at Bloomington April 1 SUSIE SUNBEAM SWANGO SPRINGS SAY GS Rush Swango attended church services at Consolation Sunday John H Pieratt of Hazel Green gave this vicinity a business call Saturday1iH H and Harrison Swango attended the sale of Mrs W J Waliis at Consolation Saturday and report things oa having ailed high enough Miss Eliza Nickell returned Sun day from a protracted so ourn among relatives and fries s at Wellington She was accomp niod by her cousin Henry McC y of the same placecc James Bise and family le t for Torrent Thursday where the vis ited relatives until Monday hen they boarded the train for Okla homa where they anticipate ask ing their future home May eace and plently be ever in their midst along the remaining journey of their lives April 1 UNO STILLWATER SPARKLES Easter was a cool day in this sectionUncle David ROBJBi still on the sick list Born to the wife of W B Rose on the 29th a girl Born to the wife of Lee Taylor one day last week a boy We can see the women going every road in search of garden seeds Johns Russell and wife and Missesi Maggie and Rilda Russell were visiting here Sunday We was very glad to see our young friend Elisha Roses piece in the last weeks HERALD Elisha do the best you can we all wish you well April has come again with the grass and weeds springing forth from their beds in the heart of the earth to meet the warm summer suns rays which our grand old Creator has set asa lightin the heaipiiB We ahqnld alt zejOl to aeethe beftutWof natwretJ oven the tweet little birds sing his praise as they fly from one branch to another and tho frogs come forth from their beds of mud to view the beautifolecene April 1 PBBBTO ji r- j i r ttj iit f Immmmmmmmmmm mm1Im Imu um4- UAU1fjWhenyou ci otoLex1 It ington can on LUIS Be CUS STRAUS LeadF ll ing Clothiers of Kentucky nH Make their store headquar H H terse Introduce yourself bj == fJ telling em you know Uncle f U Spence and you will meet H H with prompt attention HIS- mmmmmmmmmmmsmmmmmmmmmmmISy tf2 a Sam Wilson our mountain painters terms from April 1st until the fall will be 125 per day and boardor contract work at 20 eta a square for each coat So you want his services call early and see him 1 E- rt altIfI i i I C- f tanfpIllIO SAM M WILSON KEPRESEKTISO FLOOD CO UJROLGSALG + GROWERS LEXINGTON KY Solicits the trade of mountain merchants and will guaiantee prices and promptness MALES FOR SALE HAVING sold my farm I have no UM for live stock and I now offer for sale at private contract TWO FINE YOUNG BULLS Onea yearling and the otber 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 flue breeder Farmers are invited to see them Call on or ad dress JAS B CECIL March 6It Ezel Ky H G ROBINSON BEATTYVILLE KY General Salesman for R M HUGHES CO LOUISVILLE KY Manufacturers of HIghGrade TIgmia ltlep Solicits orders from the merchants of the mountains and guarantees satisfaction A mail order will receive prompt attention EVERY PAIR OF TIGER PANTSM- ade 8 Perfect in Fit Fall in Seat and 9 0LegSTAG SHIRTS 8 Are Better Goods Better Made and S0 8PorHAZEL GREEN KY g 80 YEARS EXPERIENCE r TRADE AaDESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac AB7OII atealbteb fad ilnnlill msf qmleklruairUla free whether an InrenUon bprobably r t ntiMi Oommonlc Uon itrtctlr 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Cafawba per gallon 100 YOU pAY XPRESS CHARGES r Send P O Money Order or Registered Letter to the o o HAGAN DISTILLING CO sH LEXINGTON KYei J A0 0NEATLYl OF CHEAPLY DESCRIPTION A iD yjJ PROMPTLY EXEtUTED AT THIS OFFICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED INALL CASES L f j Y Y Thousands lave Kidney Trouble ran4DontKnow It Bow To Find Out tyougraterr l a i sediment or seta ati condbi V M V rcys if it j your linen It fa y evidence of kid ney trouble too A frequent desire tto pass It or pain in the back is also convincing proof that the kidneys and blad- derare out of orderWhat I DoIknowledge so SwampRootwish in curing rheumatism pain in tthe back kidneys liver bladder and every part InabilitytoI It or bad effects following use of unpleasaiteni go IduringtimduringesI t r ordinary effect of SwampRoot Iis soon i realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing casesI i If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists in SOc andI sizes You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful discovery fCA7 c canda book that tells more about it both sent Jabsolutely free by mall = swunpnootCo tion reading this generous offer in thispa pui Working For the Lord In one of the Philadelphia coll leges a professor of chemistry ask1 ed a student f fSupose you wero called to stei 3 a patient who had swallowedt heavy dose of oxalic acid what would you administer The student to which tho question was addressed is preparing for tho ministry and takes chemistry u because it is obligotory I would administer the sacra wont ho replied Philadelphia Times Catarrh Cannot be Cured 4 4withLOCAL APPLICATIONS as they dels f ease Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease and in order to cure ityon must take internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is tak internally and acts directly the blood and mucous surface Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years anti is a regular composedt of ii the best tonics known combined i with the best blood purifiers act I ing directly on tho mucous sur faces The perfect combination producesr icuringmonials free FJ CHENEY at CO- Toledo O Sold by druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best To avoid delay it might be wellI y to engage the van to move Sec re tary Long out of tho navy depart- mentf right now so that it be sure to be on hand the 1st off MayBaltimore American A Doctors Bad Plight Two years ago aa n result of a severe cold I lost my voice s writes Dr M L Scarbrough of Hebron Ohio then began an obstinato cough Every remedy known to mo as a practicing phy sician for 35 years failed and I daily grew worse Being urged OJ try Dr Kings New Discovery Consumption Coughs and Cold- found jquick relief and for 1 antI thanIfor guaranteedfor J leeL1 Green or S S Combs C Sons Campton drug stores 50c and 1 Trial bottles free Since Wu Ting Fang has been accused of official corruption standing as a politician is unques tionedButto Mont Inter Moun lainThe Great Dismal Swamp- of Virginia is a breeding ground of Malaria germs So is low wet or marshy ground everywhere These germs cause weakness chills and1 fever aches in the bones and muscles and may induce dangerous maladies But Electric Bitters andfc They sure redkut many remedies for Malaria andI Stomach and Liver troubles writes John Charleston of Byes iy a 10tiTry there Only 50c at J Taylory DDzel Green and S S Com bsI a tlcss Campton drug stow r03 aawrtttee satisfaction r finehOw 3 Eidentlyhe Holulu v rtiser THE HEBAXD and Monthly World one dollajctayoar in advanco z 1iiliIHi Y i y WorthyillioneeMy child is worth a million tome says firs Mary Bird of Harrisburg Pa yot I would havoIt tI lost her by croup had I not pur chuoll bottle of One linutoI Cougds caiP and throat and hntg troubles An absolutely safe cough cure which lucts imnlCelintoly Tho youngest child can fake it with entire safe I ty The little ones liko the testeiI anti rememhrr how often it helped- I II I them Every family should havI In bottle of Ono Iimito Cough Cur handy At this season ospeciallyI Iitj may loo 11dodfudd11 trunTTII Held to SvBedHot Stovo Rosa Winchester a nosrcss was arrested at Lexington March 25th I charged with holding tho feet ofr her threeyoarold stepchild Car rio Lee in tho fire box ofn stove Her husband prefers tho charges and alleges that tho child had been tortured in other ways by tho stop mother and that she had made numerous threats to kill the child1 General Agents Wanted to sellI i Prof Longs Magnetic Combs They remove dandruff cure scalp ailments and check falling hair Murej untarnishablo and will not break Everybody wants thorn j good proposition to hustlers SIIn for terms Outfit six styles i Dressacafe Comb 50c Gentlemens Tourl toI 31Gt Pekin Ill Five Wives and 48 Children ti Andrew J Ramey of Sichul I county Kwent to the Home at Danville Ill March the 25th has had a rather remarkable matrimonial experience Ho has iboon married live times and iis tlwfather of fortyeight children ofIr whom thirtynine are living Hoi was a member of tho Eighteenth 1I j Kentucky infantry Toglliarn never go together DeWitts Little Risers promote sway action of the bowels iwithout distress I have been troubled with costiveness 9 years says J 0 Greene Depauw In I have tried many remedies b i Little Early Risers give best re suits H P PJEItATTI Sometimes a cautious and smart lnlan ished just like any ordinary crim iinal Indianapolis Sows Henry Pieratt bought all thet picture frames tho agent of theI edtChicago Portrait Co had left over and is selling them 50 per cent cheaper than tho agent sold themi The number is limited and if youI want care youd better move ini a hurry as they are going like hot tfsillIGeneral Miles is no doubt more sympathizeIj American For Sale One Fay No 8six roll 8 inch lightning floorer with beading atIt tachment One Fay carriage c ting off saw F BUSH S Sox Lexington Ky IiortsWhite House Chicago Horald Record TO TilE DEAF A sick lady cured of her deafness and noises in the bead by Dr Nicholson Artificial Ear Drums gave 10000 to his Institute so that deaf people unable to j procure the Ear Drums may have them ichollOnIln1IIv slDear I Dear I Even ten years hence ngibune Trios You cannot buy standard organs buggies sewing machin clocks watches and jewelry cheap any whore else as you can 1of mo Como and see samples and you will be convinced You do not have to risk your money with mail order houses arotf J T GEVEDOX dopoLto take no chances Atlanta Cons ttution WANTED Trustworthy men and women to trawl and advertise forJ old established houseof solid firII cial standing Salary 780 a year cnshNo ences and enclose selfaddressed stamped envelope Address Mann gar RfiS HnTfnn Bldg Chiongo Hon JTom Reed is sawing muuh wood that ho is becoming supicious Memphis Common A peal rf a DOOOOO I 0 0 10 001 100 I I 0 01 0 I 0 a + tioooOI 0 O NM1M+ NNNNM I The following school books n be bought at this office at less than dealers prices A swing of 15 per cent is guar antccd But mustj you you I quick as these are all we haveJ I zeuttIICt s Sccoad 29 centstiCyrs Third Reader 40 cents Cyrs Fourth Redder 48 cents Cyrs Filth Realer 56 cents Childrens Primer 10 conts Princo Arithmetic Grade I 18 cents Arithmetic Grade HI 16 cents Arithmetic Grade IV 10 cents Tarbells Lessons in LangnageGraouur II 48 cents centssorChildsGar Bedles and How Wo Live Hlatdae II 52 cents Beginners American History 48 ceItau Loading Facts of American History 80c SPENCER COOPER ROSE WHEELER PRACTICAL BLACKSMITHS ANDtWAGONMAKERS 1 HAZEL GREEN KY theathes Jfurmera of this vif cinity to their im 7 z pro ved facilities for blacksmithing and wngonmaking as ell as repair work of all kinds I mechanicsIpromptness Inil work entrusted to them and satinfac j I casesImaking is are re be duly aplapreciated Respectfully Ac I ROSE I WenIi 9 Utttj I j ifte Great tf firai ff PantsS I g 4 rrr SOLE DEALER HAZEL GREEN KY t IXCAFE l I IA new fitstclnsa cafo for ladies 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We publish elsewhere today the announcement of the SUNNY South the great weekly literary periodical of the Southern States Published in Atlanta Ga io the heart of the great south it birthbe25 years the SUNNY SOUTH has been a recognized factor in the field of southern literature It was established more than a quarter of a century ago as a southern story paper and was published for a long me us a weekly and then as a monthly About one year ago the paper passed under new management and in less than u 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 cents per yearlets than one cent an iiMuand then infuse into Its columns all the enterprise and litera ry ability that money could command determination secure In less than a year this remarkable southern literary paper has become national in character and it now has about as many subscrib ers north of Mason and Dizons line as f i I has in the south Its columns abound iin the best current literature of character istic southern flavor and no literary periodical published anywhere tnt the country has succeeded in bringingo gether as many southern writers of note as has been done by the SUNNY SOUTH ISourIIsi during the past year ofmany new story writers who will be heard from in the wider field of the worlds literature Iti nlncost every southern state new literary talent has been developed to such an ex tent as to put the whole country to talk ing about the SUNNY SOUTH A few months ago the SUNNY SOUTH offered very handw me prizes for a serifs 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 reproduced the solid over Others are now being published by it from week to week The fact that the price of this splendid weekly literary periodical is only fifty cents a year has had a wonderful effect giving it an extensive field for the purposes1LI tablished has made such rapidstride as the SUNNY SOUTH iu less than a year Mrs Mary E Brnyan whoso name has long been associatedwith the SuNNV fuYl services will appeal especially to women readers throughout the country as the striking charm of her own personality pervades every column of her most inter eating department The distinctive characteristics of south era authors have always been a great charm to their readers The liberal use of matter by the leading magazines of the United States shows that high rega prevalent for southern literary talon- The quaint stories of Joel Chandler liar ris in folklore of the southern plant byThomasI Harry Stillwell Edwards and others of those interesting phases of human character so plentiful in the south ire with consuming interest and are sei avimlityThe n will be far abovelhe ordinary sor pa taiuqIl 8COpeinmost prominent of the worlds writer have been listed for special stories for Corteoyearthe atbe South has 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