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F c L ADVERTISING RATS THE SUBSCRIPTIONI RATES r I 1 Column 1 tear 0000 U HAZEL GREEN HERALDif i 1 1 year vcar JO 53 00 00 Jv ij f I Six One months year in advance Sh00 idt Illgg II Three month IIggi l toainl Vi7 Districtt K- iilvoffieersaoo Established March 4 1885 Made Famous In th8 Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max OTColl i + Sill Ie copyII 00 The date after t-YI your name M V time you are paid to suns c iiuli renew 10 days before time ii IIrihtarics writeups Trituitvii S ic c iini t SEVENTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 10 1902 NUMBERS c always give pus ffice IndlcatnIIlpre state when renewingI or to n line where IIY address changedas locals 5r lino ijijstia M Remittances1 shdnld be si i bttaernttd 1tlttorThe Oldest Most Popular I Most Widely Circulated anaAIwPELtYEARp ce 0 O registered letter or bank draft gI e S Sfitzr A CI 4 t I r r J 1 1 The Kind You have IJceninof- and has been inado under his per solid supervision since its infancy I Allow no ono to deceive you in this v All Counterfeits Imitations and Jnstasgood are butExperiments that trifle with aiid endanger tho health of Infants and UlrcnExpericnco against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic P substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Fevcrislmess It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep i Friendi9 Bears the Signature ofi a 1A The Kind You Have Always Bought- In Use For Over 30 Years 4C eENTAUII eO aav n osaav svsCCT IIEW YOUR em- sr A BUSINESS TRAINING AT THE c LEXINGTON BUSINESS 4 COLLEGE Gres capitalized results i by preparing for BusinessI Life and Insuring Employment to the ambitious and worthy 100 invested in this school has been the means of help iug thousands to positions of honor and trust WHY NOT YOU- G1sTrING A START in the world is everything WE START YOU WITH A CASH CAPITAL a Business Education is necessary without it such a training is indispensable OUR CATALOGUE cut linug our several courses and circulars showing you what others are doing tad how YOU can de likewise should be in your hands A postal will bring it IF YOUR MEANS are lim ned ask for Special Circu lar A telling you how you can be Instructed at homeWE PREPARE for Civil aervut poaitious under uoverament selections prepare public school teach era to teach our Branches in other Business Collegesand prepare Stenogra phers and Bookkeepers for the best positions with the best Business Firms FREE First Lessons in Shorthand wilt Complete Instructions for the begin- sar mailed free on application EARN A SCHOLARSHIP FREE by working for us at your home during explainsWRITE sIN WRITING be sure to state you saw our ad in THE HAZEL GREEN Address BENJAMIN B JONES President n LEXINGTON KY IN040040 tttOttOOO t adnss- ii tIOt4 tOtThe Only High Class COXTjtlffS THE FOLLOWING oSMonthlyJ TId Bits a Year in theAll Science Amateur Photography FamilyWorld j Editors Half Holiday The Quiz Club Jlxtetn Pages Foar Calamus to the prize question department The Old Cur Past iosity Shop Sports Games and Pastimes Home Study The Coming Generation Every page a Magazine In Itself each The Pint Thousand and What to Do department edited byII one who knows With It practical success department bow every number a mine of informa The Story of the World When the Days tlon and entertainment Work Is Done r SaapbCeprlortb3Askln2Rddrezs GOOD TIMES Columbus O a 48 d4 o4444d8o044 4004s0o4si444 4i Iho above niuyazine free for 6 mouths to new HumId subscribers s 1 r THE POST THE CHICAGO HOME PAPER Every FARMS should read dally The Chicago Post Every LIVE STOCK Shipper should read daily The Chicago Post lEveryPRODUCE Shipper shoul s read daily The Chicago Post Every GRAIN Shipper should read daily The Chicago Post F THE GREAT MARKET NEW PA ER THE lEST IS NONE TOO 6CJOD FOR YOU 1 l j Subscribe through your commission firm tie dealer or publisher of newspa- ki per containing this IW1vertJsomen Sample coy ssent treo on requost Addrds- ll THE CHICAGO POST Chicago IIIII r j A k a tTHE GAL FROM tg3 4FIAZEL GREEN fS rrr totd seriouslyobI ject But well settle that tomorrow night I low Ill hey a call ter settle Jim hissolf tomorry night stid o hangin roun hyar jawin boutn pasties an sech Millie fairly screamed Jack was redfaced and angry But Kate poured oil on the troubled waters and explained that Jim wouldstay at home for at least a week Hes my prisoner she saidtill I turn him loose and that time depends very much upon yourself Jack was befoggled He half believed himself bewitched T put him more at ease Kate brough- out a box of camera views she had taken in and about Hazel Green It was a skillful move and when ho left it had been arranged that she should teach him photography as well as penmanship That nigh- was the turning point in Jack Simpsons life He had caught a glimpse of the great world and longed for a closer view He real ized to some extent his ignorance and awkwardness and resolved to overcome them The next evening he threw himself into the lesson with intensity and purpose Beads of perspiration glistened on his face and hands and he breathed fast and hard Never had he been on such a strain At the close of the long lesson the party was dis cussed and Kate ventured to insist a little that Beckys intended should not be slighted It might hurt her feelings you know she saidI cant onderstand why yer so consumed aboutn Becky She haint no kin ter ye Well shes a girl and so am I and shes in trouble and fknow what trouble is Isyourn like hern Not precisely But theyre both caused by this wicked Simp sonSutton feud Jack sprang to his feet but Kate bade him sit down and listen I had a brother once she said as dear and manly a boy as ever lived lIe had worked hard in the academy fitting himself for teaching and was on the train going to his school when ho was shot The man that shot him was a Simpson lIe Rimed at a Sutton who occu pied the seat in front of my broth er Joe whom he killed instead A strange pallor crept over Jacks face but she continued My mother was sick at the time and when the dreadful news reached her she swooned away and never was conscious again My father had died two years before andnow I was left alone in the world No alone either for I had found a Friend that is more than father or mother sister or brother and Prof Ford and others held me up and sheltered me till the storm had passed over and the sun was shining again I spoke of a sweet Friend I had found When Joe and mother were gono I asked Him 1to take me too But He hadwork I for me to do ami so I am here trying to do it Thetair the strangest story Ive over hearn said Jack drawing tho back of his hand across his eyes Ef Id a knowed it war your brother Buckshot Id a been afeard o1 ye But I haint now Ye dont seem ter want ter mek up fur it ner tor hey no grudge agin nobodyIts already made up for by that chair Friend that died for all1 ofus But he want a Simpson ner no kin to em Et looks like ye orto kill some of weuus What good could that do It wouldnt bring Joe back to me nor please Him Ho wants this great blackugly Mot on the face of our beloved Kentucky wiped off until1 not a trace of it is left He doesnt want to be avenged He does want this wicked feud stopped Et air hard to onderstand Et air new ter me Ive never hears nobody talk thet way afore Jacks brief course in Penman f 7y IMOTHERHOOD ofAmerloan havehomeswoman afflicted with femalo dis mthbecomingmedicine can restore dead4 gaiw but Wine of Cardui does regulate derangements that pro vent preventmiscarriage junctions and shattered nerves homesbarrenyeusWfno healo You atCardaiiron WllIEorCARDUI IU Margot Street U1101InofWineofThedfordshadbesnmarriedtgivenbirth to a clild Until I took never Wine aaaebabyglrla11a01The IfeelfeelNowboSSJaainyak adrlo sad 1Iru1In addl7m to The idtW CWttwo7obaa Than1sooga Medtdse1eCoepspr ship was highly satisfactory to both teacher and pupil Arrangements for the party had been com pleted and the next evening the great event of the season was to occur Everybody knew that both Simpsons and Suttons would be there and everybody said Thell bo trouble an sliootiu shore But everybody was mistaken There was no shooting and no one was hurt Most of tho young bloods went armed and at first the house was divided each side making faces at the other But this was soon broken up and all were having as good a time as if factious and feuds had never been known Jack was happy He had worked for the party and Kate made him feel that it was his as much as her own Millie and Becky were pardners too and even Jim Sutton had a share while Kate moved among them bright rosy radiant with smiles and laughter and before the party broke up she had won the whole crowd Among her hardearned posses sions was a small stereopticon and a goodsized package of valuable slides the exhibition of whichwas the crowning achievement of the evening and a complete surprise- to all but Mrs Brown and Millie Wields a Sharp Ax Millions marvel at the multitude KingsNewing too Stomach liver and bowel appet malaria all fall before these wond er workers 25c for sale by J T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sons Campton The administration couldnt keep General Miles from becom ing a grandfatherNew York World Oil for 1h- CbIMIOflQ Give them oilcodliver oil Its curious to see the result Give it to the peevish fret- fulL childand he laughs Give it to the pale anaemic child and his face becomes rosy and full of health Take a flat chested child or a child that has stopped growing give him the oiland he will grow big andstrong likethe rest This is not a new schemal It has been done for iyearsJ Of course you mustuse the right oil Scottte Emulsion is the one- Scotts Emulsion neither looks nor tastes like oil because we are so careful in making it pleasant to take Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNK CfcaaSjtai 4o9 Par St N Y toe aodf100 L j p ii= t r r5 The first view thrown on the can vas was the pretty village of Hazel Green nestled among its green hills and picturesque scenery iiand Kate lovingly pointed out the little church and the academy bot of which had done so much fo her Then followed Torrent with its natural amphitheater and beau tiful veillike waterfall tho RedI River canyon rich in castles I towers and vinecovered ruins an- a I wonderful bridge of natures own construction spanning a deep prec ipice high up among the moun tainsEvery rock and flower and wa terfall and stream Ive shown you said Kate belongs to our ownI beloved mountains of Kentucky Bad Mountain is only one little spot in all this wonderland Now Im going to take you out of the mountains for just a peep at the farfamed Blue Grass Country So here we have Lexington beautiful for situation a joy to the whole countryOh l Ah I Iwere the exclamations from all sides Not one in thatlittle audience had ever dreamed that such a city stood so near on their own sacred soil Mt Sterling and other cities and beautiful1 countryseats followed CONTINUED NEXT WEEK All Had Warmed Their Feet In his oleomargarine speech Senator Dolliver told of an inci dent that occurred when President McKinley made his trip to the Northwest to receive a returning regiment of volunteers who had been tothe Philippines The special train was speeding across Iowa All the members ol tho cabinet and a number of senators representatives and governors wore in the observation car Pres ident McKinley looked out of the window and saw two boys warm ing theft feet on a place whore a cow had been lying all night The president chuckled and said Gentlemen do you know that one of tho most delightful recol lections of my boyhood is tho solid comfort of the experience thoso boys are now having warming frost bitten feet in the place where cows have been lying down Turning to tho company Mr Dolliver continued President McKinley said e iIwonder how many of you here have had the same experi encoEvery member of the party beginning with Hay who did his footwarming partly in Ohio and partly in Indiana to Secretary Wilson who did his in the heather in Scotland testified to the delights of the practice 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 spout about 1000 and never could get any thing to help me until I tried Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure I have taken a few bottles and am entirely well You dont live by what you eat but by what you digest and assimilate If your stomach doesnt di gest your food you are really starv ing Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does the stomachs work by digesting dietfeat sia Cure cures all stomach troub les H II PTERATT Frefesswial Enthusiast I am glad to hear that your patient has gotten wellsaid one young physician Yes answered the other I thought for a little while it was going to bo one of the prettiest cases of appendicitis that ever hap pened But prompt and careful treatment brought him around and I missed a chance for a fine opnration I didnt know it was possible iota man to feel so glad andso disappointed both atonce i Washington Star- WANTEDTrustworthy men and women to travel and advertise for old established house of solid financial standing Salary 780 a year and expenses allpayable in cash No canvassing required Giverefer earns and enclose selfaddressed stamped envelope Address Manager 355 Caxton Bldg Chicago t i Weak exttremel allrturning to water At last I tried A and was soon gPiagsinMrs Hadlyme Ct matterhowlongYoud poorly you may be today Ayers Sarsaparilla iis the best medicine you car take for purifying and enriching the blood Dont doubt it put you whole trust in it throw away everything else SIM italic All drwrdsU AyerSarstpartllaold family mdietae Follow hladyics- we IiQ will bw satlaed J c AYEJt CO Lowell Mass Product of One PotatoI An interesting agricultural item printed in the London Times isas follows A Mr Vacher of Heckford farm near Poole last year planted one potato which produced him 385 in number and there would have been still more had not a boy lost one of the eyes after the potato was cut in pieces The farmer having saved the whole of them had them planted and llie has now dug the crop and finds they have multiplied to tho number of 9280 and weigh IS cwt3 qrs which certainly is a very great increase from one single tuber in two years She Wants The Herald SOUTH ST JOSEPH Mo l March 26 1902 J EDITOR HERALD Hazel Green Having just returned from Ar knasas and Oklahoma where my husband and I spent the past winter among oldKentucky friends and relatives my mind is now turned back to our old Kentucky home where our girl and boyhood days were passed and I am made to wonder how many of our old playmates and associates are yet living in and near Hazel Green While commenting on such thoughts I think of the grand oldS paper printed in that dear old town and concluded to no longer be without it Enclosed find a f small remittance for which please send paper Respectfully MOLLIE LITTLE Electric Belt on Trial To introduce it and obtain agents the undersigned firm willsend a few of their Electric Belts on trial 011 tho following terms 100 to bo paid in ten days if tho Belt proves beneficial and tile balance 200 to be paid in sixty days if the Bolt effects a cure These Belts are a positive cure for Rheuma tism Neuralgia Kidney trouble Stomach and Liver trouble Aeth ma etc Address at once GERMAN ELECTRIC AGENCY tf P 0 Box 1874New York NY Not finding any trouble visible Colonel Henry Watteison is now engaged in looking under the bed for it Philadelphia Press A Nearly Fatal Runaway started a horrible ulcer on the leg of J B Orner Franklin Grove 111 which defied doctors and all remedies for four years Then Bucklers Arnica Salve cured him Just as good for boils burns bruises cuts corns scalds skin eruptions stud piles 25 cents at J T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sons Campion drug gists Mr Cleveland intimates that Mr Bryan should not talk so loud else he will scare the fishBalti more American 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 Draws out the fire stops the pain soon heals the wound Beware of coun terfeits 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 Ind The sores were so bad she soiled two to five dresses a day flHF PIERATT I i COUNTY +1 DIRECTORY + 4 HAZEL GREEN POLICE COURT H F PIERATT Judge 1w1 W H CORD JOHN D DAIS JOHX M nOSE JOHN II KOSE 0CIRCUIT COURT Third Monday in January Fourth Monday in April and Third Monday in September DAVID B REDWINE Judge 4 eAttorneyJ j 0 C HANKS Trustee Jury Fundt 0t1FintI 1 J B LITTLE JaileriIS X loans JOHN FRANK AlI8eS8orjj j 1J1 1 0MAGISTRATES COURTS TIME OF HOLDING AND OFFICIALS FIRST DISTRICT ELIAS SHOCKEY Magistrate No time set for holding courtSECOND DISTRICT JOHN D R06E JR Magistrate S N NORMAN Con stable Court days First Thursday in 1 February May August and November Magistrate f i s FebruaryMayFOURTH DISTRICT R R LEGO Magistrate Wii SPENCER Constable Court days First Friday in March June September and December FIFTH d SLlTILJ N CHAMBERS Magistrate in both districts DAVID BANKS Constable Court days Third Friday in February May August and November SEVENTH DISTRICT B F BOLIN Magistrate PORTER CLARK Constable Court days First Saturday in March June September and December EIGHTH DISTRICT GEORGE OLIVER Magistrate No constable and no set time for holding cowl Lexington andd Eastern RanWayI Time Table In Effect Oct 20 1901 I EAST BOUND i No I I 4 exIDailyDaily ex Sunday Sunday LTeLexingtonj Winchester S 55 pm 8 25 am LiEJuncn 3 07 pm 8 37 am Clay 40 pm 9 13 am CitY13 51 pm 923 am Nat 20 pm 9 54 am 34 pm 10 08 am Beattyve Jc 4 56 pm 10 29 am Jackson 6 00 pmjll 20 am WEST BOUNDHNo1 No3 1 STATIONS Daily ex Duily eij Sunray I Sunday I Jackson6 25 am 120pm 4n pnTorrentpuNatBrtdgepmStantonpmClaypmLEJuacnpmWinchesterpOiLexington ManagerOHASSCOTT a T It MORGAN 8 P A 081 E BRANCH Time Table In Elfect Janary 1 1H2 EAST BOUND WEST BOUND No22 No21 Daily ex STATIONS Daily uSunday Sunday a m arrt p mlev 9 45 amJacksoa 1 00 pm 9 40 am O K Junction 1 05 pm 8 45 am Wilhurst 1 55 pm 8 30 air Hampton 2 10 pm 7 45 am Lee City 3 00 pm 7 35 alnIfelechawa 3 10 pm 7 00 am Cannel City 3 45 pm MI L OONLEY Superintendent LOUISVILLE TIN AND STOVE COMPANYSJobbers and Dealer i- nSTOTIE r SJapaned and Tinware c XiOJSVIXiZiE ETYDILLER + BENNETT x WHOLESALE LK fURNITURE The Largest Exclusive 527 W ISIS St Wholesale Furniture Dealer in the South LOUitTlllO ly REH BEVERSON Coe WHOLESALE SADDI11T 508512 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE RYhs- t 4 K i5i air 3 r ar 1 JJJt v THE IlIIIsD es I I F SPENCER COOPEK Editor 1 a I t tI I dNJ i KYj1 0- JUDGE IIEELKI will in a few I days begin leasing laud for the purpose of boring for oil gus etc Tho company fifr whom ho iisI working is C D Swimm it Co and they are backed by Eastern capitalists The terms upon which they lease should induce over 1 landowner in this section to grant leases They take lease for three years during which time they will1 sinka well or failing to do so they pay 10 cents per acre for land under lease Whero they find oilII I they give 10 per cent of the pro duct which they put in tank o pipe to market and they pay all and every expense If it be gasj they pay 100 per year for each XowTthere are thousands of acres off land in this country that may thus i bo made to pay a good profit The j oil company does not disturb any growing crop or ifneed ho they e pay well for it There can be no doubt but we are in the oil bolt and the first well sunk in the town of Hazel Green will prove this and be a revelation to our people To day as it were we are in poverty and tomorrow should we be fortu nate enough to own an oilwell we will be independent Our people should urge the importance of sinking a few wells at once and1 the company that will undertake to do this can secure leases with out trouble We are impatient to seethe movement inaugurated be cause we feel that the country willl be prospering just from the mo meut the first well is sunk It iis like a man with a fortune locked up in a safe and the combination i to the lock lost He knows tb jfVealth is there and that he can get it as soon as he finds the com bination We know wo have the oil but until a well is sunk to bring it up it is of no use to us We hope to see a hundred wellsI sunk in this vicinity within the next 12 months predictionp i sinking wells the eyes of the world l 1willbe turned to Eastern Ken 9 yetdiscovered proceed and Godspeed the day that one well at least shall reach 1000 to 1500 foot below the sur face here in Hazel Green We have the spot in our mind andwill 1 take pleasure iin pointing it to the drillerJTHE heighth of absurdity would seem to have been reached when rttheattorney general11gas asked to j 3 render an opinion as to whether I 1club I constitutionallydiscriminato t- t It has always been our idea that a club was a private affair and that its members could and did dis criminate against anybody and i pleasedia noareason at all save individual aver sion or prejudice COMMISSIONER EVANS will lose his job but it must be as comfort ins to him as it is irritating to the pension ring that has hounded him to know that Mr Roosevelt has declared that the Evans policy shall be continued by the new head of the pension bureau TEDDY has changed his mind about kicking Terry Powderly out of a job As sion as ho learned that Terry still had a pull ho an nounced that it was his intention to give him something just as good as his present place IP Senator Burton acts upon the i request of those Kansas G A R presidentPagainst Commissioner esjimpudence I 1 THE hotter the nobeingal1ne s s papers gets tho more democrats will bo elected to the next houi L Y ITHE famous battlefield atBusaco WellingtonlS10 has been turned into golf links Portugal would soem to bo in need of a society for tho preservation of historic places TIlE Panama lobby doubtless stands ready to contribute several millions to a Hanna campaign fund if Hanna can succeed in hisI efforts to head off the Nicaragua canal bill in tho sonnteIIs IT because ho is such a bitter antistates rights man or because tho schemo can bo better manipulated by tho republican under Federal control that Mrj Roosevelt opposes state control of r irrigation canals Y ABNEII McKixiEY might etc riding around in private parlo cars long enough to answer a few I questions asked by the congres sional committee that is investi I gating the Capt Christmas bribe tory IT will require some time for tho country to get accustomed to tho republican theory that the com wander of the army has no busi ness to have or express opinions ron militarynuttters HANXA has been again denyin that he is a candidate for the pres idency Of course he isnt it i f I onlyan amateur liko Teddy wh would acknowledge his candidacy this far ahead Now that King Eddy has docid ed to pay for a coronation dinner to the poor of Londonhis personall creditors are hoping to get someI cash from tho same source TiiKHatfields aro still killing revenue officers in tho mountains of Pike county Ky and getting killed The last engagement resulted in two dead on each side TEDDY and Speaker Henderson are said to have formed a trust to hold up in the house such legisla tion as they do not approve until after the congressional election So THE convicted Cuban postal thieves are expecting help from Washington This is not surpris fug but it would bo very surpris iteW W ASTOHS London paper says America has no use for gnu tlemen If it had added of the 1111 Astor stripe it would haveI stated a factS- ECRETARY LONG has made a bid for the prohibition vote by coming out in favor of the christening of j warships with water instead of wino TilE Lexington Ky grand jury charges the investment or deben ture companies with embezzlement and fraud of other sorts GEN FRED FUNSTON should not forget that there are yellow army officers as well as yellow jour nals IAII IForInfants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Sears the- signature of Died on Wednesday April 2 at her residence on Gillmore Mrs Rachel Spencer aged about 15 years She was a Miss Vest daugh ter of Uncle Harve Vest deceased before marriage Her husband Roe Spencer and the little girl who was ushered into the world as she bid it farewell survive her It was a Fad death and the hus band has the sympathy of the peo plo of tho community in his be reavement Comfort August Mo offers to juvenile writers under 20 years a 2 1 and 50c prize for essays of 100 to 200 words Subject Theo dore Roosevelt Address Essay Editor Comfort Augusta Mo People Fool Themselves A great many people fool them selves in the course of their lives They think they can go on work ing incessantly with hand and brain and not come to the need of medicineThey they cant And then many of them fool tliw slye again by accepting a substitute Hoods Sarsaparilla which is by far tho best medicine we know of for restoring health and strength and building up the whole system CkrysaitheimM Growiag far Gail The chrysanthemum ranks third as a commercial flower following the rose and carnation preceding in the order named It possesses this advantage howevorthat while first class roses and carnations long stemmed and luxuriant can be grown only with greenhouse facil ities tho chrysanthemum under ordinary conditions with properly directed and systematic culture yields a profusion and perfection of bloom that can bo surpassed on ly by tho efforts of tho expert professional Tho May Delineator makes an interesting reference to the commercial value of this flow byswhich it is best propagated It in Your some IXeep propPi j i LAXATIVEiSVBOP It acts gently but effectually on the kidneys Iliver and bowels will keep your system iu good working order and wake your complexion clear CreekryHazel Green has perhaps the best banjo picker in Kentucky in the person of John Baker a color ed citizen who dropped in from tho state of Virginia his native place being Henry county The remarkable feature of his playing ia that ho brings out every note perg formers as a general thing drops many of the minor notes He madeoby Mr Ferguson an account of which was published some weeks since and ho now delights tho vil logo with impromptu concerts Listening to the enchanting strains of his music makes one forget the cares and sorrows and dreams of that happier and better land hold sway for the time Vitaa Ore will relieve you of all aches and pains Agents wanted Apply to or address with stamp Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Win F Baker representing the wholesale dry goods and notion house of Guggenheimer S Co Lynchburg Va interviewed our merchants Wednesday On Tues day he sold a nice bill to S C Alexander of Daysboro and he tells us that ho is fast picking up tho trade of Uncle Ike Hartfield whom ho succeeded in this terri tory Mr Baker appears tobe a nice man and we bespeak for him a fair share of tho business Send 85c and get a free trial of Wilsons Morphine Cure tested for 11 years and always successful Send to CORP WILSON f 3Dy Calvert Texas Burglars entered the store of Cecil Bros on Wednesday night last and stole some 20 or 80 coppers a lot of chewing gum some raisins and a few package of Dunes mixture smoking tobacco The character of the goods taken indi cates that the thieves were juve niles and juniors even of that class But there is no clue to lead to who they were FOR SALxA scholarship in the Commercial College of Kentucky University By early application at this office some young man can save several dollars tf TO OUR NEW STORK JE MAIN STREET Opposite the Phoenix Hotel I= 4- e h a k is Diamonds Watches Jewelry Clocks and Silverware- F J HEINTZ JEWELER LEXINGTON KY Mail orders solicited VTD PAPER Clean arid Nice for sale- attklsoMceaIZSeeatsI per100 j n- E i The following nine lots will be sold at a low price for the cash College Avenue I I I Iro I 60 0IO 50II cogcd cit C1 rr C I g Sold I o SoldII Address COURTNEY McGTTIRE Clay City i I I oH ttfty C atc a YzuI17aMfttw a fkattr I THE SOUTHS LITERARY WEEKLY Publish at Atlanta Ga Cfrctrfaffon Over 50000 Me SUNNY SOUTH butt Oiwatt Iitravjr Wkls of the heath It Is fevoud to Literature Romans Tact and Fiction M trm tfct Mat ofaU tlut to carreat tlalU fUM Among Itt contributors tne soled sowUtra wriUn at rlOlI Chandler Harry Harry SUllweU Edwards otters of grown time MrUl Cries from Anthony Hope Maurice mostISldaty R Crockett Mrs George fAr el and Arthur W Marchmont have ed sad others ass la walUs treat the pea or aators of national note A apHndtt1umns OthcrcontesttareeoaUnplatedthatwUlsncceuraUy exploit the ripening- tl4 or talent that only needs each fostering to Illustrate the wealth that Is shy to assert lIMIt tMe SUNNYSOUTh teems with the life of the greatsoutn The pen Iii IIIIIII18t warms everything late activity and the season Is never cold enough to check the hand of ladastry The paper comes fragrant with the breath of the awsotla and Net and gives out the very air of the orange palm and bay The cornDearlystores up the goldea sonshlae aad the cotton whitens In the moonlight will be gives la the welMUled census of this fascinating weekly The subscription price U Only Fifty Cnta year alike to all persons teats newspapers postmasters and every one else Clubs of five accompanied by the fall 1230 entitle the dab raiser to the paper one year grat- isSnd on a Postal Card the names of six of your neighbors who world appreciate the opportunity to read a copy of The sunny south and one sample will be mailed tree You can get your dub of five out of these very people tIN SUNNY SOUTH eaters over 50000 American homes now and daring 1902 ts sure to be welcomed In fully as many more homes as the great weekly feast of good thwgs the southern Literary Weekly whose columns for 1902 will be the most readable of all the papers that come to you JMruttJUt Communications t 6ho SUNNY SOUTH Atlanta Ga fJ F SADLER Col COMMISSION MERCHANTS I OF I Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI O Distance Telephone WEST 101 ff Liberal cash advances made upon consignments and sales guaranteed W R CRAWFORD CO Live Stock Commission Merchants FOR THE SALE OF Cattle Hogs Sheep Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI 0 ALSO Bourbon Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY We have an Eastern outlet for all desirable at highest prices Consignments solicited All correspondence cheerfully answered HUGHES PALATABLE CHILLI TONICILOOKIST1UCIiINTIMEI I 1 l Better than Calomeland Quinine THE OLD RELIABLE EX ELLEMT 9EMEBALTONAs well as a Sure Cure for Chills and Fevers Swamp Fevers and Bilious Fevers Just what you need at this season IT NEVER FAUSt Mild Laxative Nervous Sedative Splendid Tonic Guaranteed Try It Dont take any substitute At Druggist Ooc and 81 bottle PREPARED IIr PEFortlTeanloccesaintbeSonth TTET COI HughesTonic a great remJNCORlOltATEDedyforChfllsall malarial fevers LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Silver Hum Eggs I have for tale now Silver Wyandotte Eggs at 100 for 13 I These Are Thoroughbred Buy a setting raise some THOROUGH BRED CHICKENS and you will be notlonger aatiffied with the COMMON STOCK t First call first served ROBERT I CORD 33 Hazel Green Ky SO YKARB KXMRKMOC PATENTS TRADEMARKS s DESIGNS eAD7C88taourdytna wketter IB Ogiymleatloa cocamay en wrancT OTMCBUBC We hen a Wuhlatoa 1peaIaI tuba tDtoWtk Yana t Co taury- 801ENTIFIO IJbenUtanyeIreeistioa KIYIaJovD110 IIIOIItll eetJJvJIOOIt sir A63rMgMOWN Nl JhvMwiy tow S dyki r iir t J J io Io Established in 1865 FOR THE SALE Oa11IeRogsSeepand i Lone stock hue Glass urseilos SPRINC 1902 tSTFralt and Ornamental Trees Grape Vines Asparagus Small Fruits and Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden We have no agents but sell direct to the planter Strawberry and General Catalogue on application to H F HILLENMEYER LEXINGTON KY H G ROBINSONt BEATTYVILLE KY General Salesman for R M HUGHES CO LOUISVILLE KY Manufacturers of HighGrade Vlnea1 iderr Solicits orders from the merchants of the and guarantees satisfaction A mail order will receive prompt attention GET VOUR tt 8 op mSalo f I- 1 aa ay fegfegfla r Cheapest Store On Earth I Quality of Goods Considered K I H F PIERATTDEALER IN i1liaI1 1 larAiBj q Live Stock Country Produce b LIVERY AND FEED STABLE Horses Hacks Buggies c for hire at all times and charges reasonable L tL JivE3I2iRough Dressed and Tongue and Grooved r All kinds for sale C 65QOQO feetyet to dispose of at living prices u TA ESAll outstanding taxes must bo settled now untilJanuaryDontdelayrIYourfriend R F PIERATT FF CECILBROSxF i tDplel Funcg grocersii Hue in Stock and rll1nwI for CASH the following goods jarJELLIEl i 25c PEACH LEAF IAKI l1it per pound poundOADOVA in town me no packageSWEET J for 25c glL1 UT 1 pound can lOco CORN lOc per can 1 r PEAS 2 cans 25c fincI f usFF J TAYLOR DAY l i CARRIES IN STOCK A FULL LINE OF i Ladies Dress Goods 4 i J GentsFurnishingsa4 r Ladies ando i Standard Groceries Eo 1 Lamps and wueenswaY J Cutlery and Hardware N i f Boots Shoes Hats aaIn fact eyerything usually 00 j found in firstclass store rCea Orp 1 T l rnJLLte D=y 11illziezy vill soon l celv the most 118l11dsO ne line of MILLINti- 1EOy f1ODS Y l bXilught to tfte siiowBLtatoi and theJprttees so lo w thatthe poOJi mS7 buy like iieBl WAIV liL OD TTV s x CLOTHINGi x I have a nice lot of clothing which I intend to close out and if you want a bargain in flusYline do not fail to call at once 4 CSiicS 4iI Also I will sell you shoes at 100 that I have always sold at 125 and the same pro f throughRemember for CASH ONLY w J MI ROSE THE PEOPLES FRIEND q IIZELIIliEEUCJ1flEIIILI I kt S oorr AND PREPARATORY SCHOOL II j IINoRmAL e0 present term began September 8 largest enrollment in tho history of the school The Second Session begins JANUARY 1 1902 A thorough practical school for young men andq lIcCommercialment jaEvery Teacher is a GRADU- ATEIFTDUIOD 3 S130O for 38 Weeks 8200 per Week l a particulars write r W H C01CD Principalr C P Difficult Digestion II XIiit Is dyspepsia It makes life miserable Its sufferers eat not because they vxmt to but simply because they mutt They know they arc Irritable and fretful but they cannot be otherwise They complain of a tad taste In the month a tenderness at the pit of the stom acn an uneasy feolinj of puffy fulness I headache heartburn and what not The effectual remedy proved by perma F nent cures of thousands of severe cases Is 1 Hoods Sarsaparilla soaks TILLS are tho belt cathartic jtoj t f THE HERALD i I i i t aMe i Born to the wifo of Davo Jack son of Grassy on Saturday nightii the 5th inst a girl I Mesdanus Roe Nickell of townrr MurIphyfidence a pleasant call Wednesday afternoons BE SURE that your blood is rich and pure The best blood purifier enricher and vitalizer iis Hoods San a 1Bosure to GET HOODS Are you making any effort to get the oil men to sink some wells in this vicinity 1 If not you t should do so at once The sinking of one well in Hazel Green wiv inaugurate a new era The many friends of Dave LieI den will regret to learn that he has been confined to his bed with fistula for the past three weeks Dr Center is attending him and 3 thinks ho will soon have him up Marriedat the residence of Win Yocum of Morgan county Sunday afternoon April G Wash Swango I of Ma town and Miss Sarah Ellen Vest of Morgan county Row Mr Yocum officiating Bob Motley t met them on their way home and says they looked like a bunchof smiles For ConMtlpatloi t1ICDlldtenasittbpleaauttotakeatnhperfccult i Sold by J C Stamper Grassy Creek one1feoJudge Wheeler of this place this t I week nod being raked the news toldour man about town that I the widow wheeler had her garden paled invhich implies that he had Lean at workII Mrs Stella Haiiey who was the daughter of Willis Carterof GrnssyI I I I was found dead in her bed at theII IImorningIII epileptic fits and it is supposed that she was seized with one during I the night and expired without I the household being aware of her I peril I11 Postmaster Caskey says that some one has been attempting to jII pass cancelled stamps in mailing letters at this office and warps f them that they will be in trouble f upfpettiest piece of fraud we ever heardofr The attention of our readers isI directed to the new ad of theJ Racket Store Lexington Mr HEuNALD several years ago when many of our citizens had pleasure inI dealing with him and now that the 0 K railroad brings us in closer touch they will find his store Iheadquarters for dry goods notions c- George Frisby who shot himself some six months ago has been bod 1 fast ever since and on Monday Drs Nickell and Center thought it would be necessary to examinrtiontheyl s lt the foot by removing some ojf the decayed bones of the injured joint r which they did and they think x the operation will result all right Judge Davis with Bottinan Bloom Co paid our town a visit Saturday and was the guest of th I Day House over Sunday JudgeI Davis has been with this firm fa 7 7the past nine years and that hoI has rendered satisfaction isi evi denced from that fact alone TheI I judge deserves something political ly for his many services and if the oldsaw All things come to hose who wait be true ho will got hi reward in the sweet subsequently Prospectively he iis a candidate for tlcongress w 4 Send in your job work jj- I I 71rr EXERCISES IN COMPOSITION Among Pupils Under Prof Noah Cisco at The Academy Walter Perry age 13 years hazel Green academy EVERY MAN IlAs A DUTY TO PERFORM When God made man He made him for a purpose Tho kind of work that any one likes to do the host that is his duty to do that work The duty which a man has perform is called his talent j I farmIiraise grain to holy support their nation Some map have a talent for teaching it is their duty to teach and fill the pupils brain I with knowledge so they may beII ofsome benefit in the world Some preachingitof the great Creator who is might ier than tho world Different men have different duties to perform and it is every mans duty to per tnluntsI people in the not perform theirjj duty They are taken around the corner of the saloon and are per- uaded to take a dram He then guts drunk and does some terrible deed and is hanged or sent to the you This brings great trouble to II his parents and if the heavens I over was sorry it would be then to see some billiant talent whoc would be of some good in theJ go to distraction Thisii would all be because ho didnot j perform his duty j When did Noah perform his Ijj duty When he built the ark and savedseed for to spring up a newI worldWhen did Joseph perform his duty When he saved the nation of tho Jews from starving i When did Washington perform his duty When ho freed his country Any man has performed his du ty when he has fulfilled his talent If every man would perform their duty the world would be perfect Myrtle Davis are 12 years Hazel Green academy EVERY MAX HAS A DUTY TO PERFORM This is an important subjectnote- ven men has duties but women land children boys and girls in are trying to perform a duty But there are other men who do not perform their duty There is not any man but what has duties to perform and women olthi or Some people do not perform perfect duty but they still bear a high name and then there are I others that perform a perfect duty and no one never speaks of their I name We should always try toIj perform a more perfect duty j over before we are never too oldI to perform our better duties Children when very young can perform a duty then they can be doIbe wondering why other people do Iso much God would not have I put us on this beautiful earth if he did not want us to perform a duty There are people who do not think about what God put us on this beautiful earth for BoysII and girls we all should not dull but we should learn a lesson and perform our duties while in school Then when we are called away we can say I have performed my duty what more can I do andwhen we can not say that we willwish ourself back on earth again and then it will be too lateNOTEOur young friends who are furn ishing us with these essays are reminded that if they will take pains in writing them and send to Essay Editor of Comfort Au gusta Maine they may secure a prize The subject this month is Kindness to An male and the contest does out close 1 the 25th There are four prizes2 1 aud a yearly subscription to Comfort EDITOR Wineshould be provided with goal health every one who would hare Iood health should remember that pure rich blood Is the first requisite Hoods Sarsaparilla by giving good blood and good health has helped many amen to success J W Stamper who with hia wife and child left here eight years ago and located near Fayettvillo Ark returned to his native hill about two months since and shoo childefollowed Ho says there are a thart section of the state and especially people who formerly lived i Wolfe Morgan and other nearby counties For 28 iiu tamps you can get aI free trial oflVileo Tobacco Cures Has cured thousands COUP WILSON f36y Calvert Texas 43 torn to the wifei of Mat Long ofr on Friday night a girl 7llers COUNTY NEWS NOTES I 0HTTo insure insertion ALL corns byMondaythat nearby on Monday momiDZI Our correspondents are derelict In duty and we want to say that henceforth they will not receive papers except for theC week they have news letters We are I dependent upon them for the news and when they fail to send in their favors I they put us to great inconvepienceI I SWANGO SPRINGS SAYINGS J Harrison Swango was the guest of R M Cecil at Stillwater Sun dayMrs MasterIvisittFriday IMrs J F Cecil of Grassy creek was a pleasant visitor with us a few days of last weekhMrs James Lacy of Lacy creek was on this side Sunday looking fo a lost dog IRush Swango will make another trip to McCausey this weekand says he wishes the roads were T better a rCurtisthe Philippines exchanged greetings tdwith many of his friends in this neighborhood part of last weekThe subtle sounds and smells of spring are upon us at last She has ben some little time in show ing her smiling face so full of sunshine and opening her dreaming ofIsummer How it gladdens the hearts of farmers and they greet her winning ways with cheery whistle and song while busily all the day they are making furrows deep and long April 8 UNO CAMPTON BRIEFS Circuit court convenes at this place the 28th inst i 0 C McCormick of Gleucairn and P Y Drake of Slade were in town Tuesday John H Evans and John B Davis of Hazel Green were here SaturdayJ left hero Sunday of last weok to join his brother at PiLevilJeII A F Byrd left for Beattyvillo Monday to attend circuit court at that place prominentIlumberman of Ashland is visiting his brother J F Vausant at 1 this place Jackson Carroll and Miss Sarah i Wyatt were married at the resi i deuce of the brides parents Tues day Rev P R Legg of Torrent officiatingC who was recently mustered out of the 23d Reg U S Infantry at Plattsburg N Y arrivedat home a few days ago storiesIPhilippins April 8 MAX LEE CITY Taylor Sewell and Berna Hos king wero out visiting Sunday lour old friend S P Kash of was in town Saturday J Matt Sloan made a business trip to Campton Saturday last C L Terrill and wife visited relatives in Lee City Saturday and SundayMiss Myrtle Hoskitis of Jacksou visited her brother Borne Satur day and Sunday Jim Wilson of Neola was in town Saturday and stayed over night with John T Graham HalieRosostudentofHazel50c Green academy visited her parents c from Friday till Sunday I J R Terrill hustling merchant of this place visited his parents on Holly Saturday and Sunday Uncle Tom Troy bookkeeper for Day Bros of this place made a flying trip to Jackson Saturday Ambrose Nickell who has been awhiletwith fever is able to be out again Nelson Wilchor tie and stave inspector for N B Day Co did some business for them at this weeknMiss Maude Taulbee one of Daysboros blushing beauties was a most pleasant visitor of our town a few days of last week Misses Liza and Mary B Taul boo two charming young belles of Taulbee Ky visited their sister Mrs J It Terrill a few days the past week j 1- i l f ii J i K aR4 South Arnett of Neola was se JllI 14hisI on Roses fork Better be careful South or some one of Leo City will beat your time I i Quite a number of Lee Citys charming young ladies have been seen calling for their mail since i Taylor P Sewell has accepted aII I position with John T Graham asl assistant postmaster Taylor is aII inIdeedI and clover clerk for J A Terrill Co called on his best girl Sun and reports having had a nice i ime No doubt but what ho will j give the same girl a call next Sunday as we infer from his conver sation that she is all in all to im John T Graham is attending to some business at Neola this week He has been appointed postmaster of this place and has recently taken charge of the office with P Sewell as assistant John is kind genial fellow a true blue- epublican and we think no one cart conscientiously say that he not deserve the official position to which he has aspired April 8 BBOOKB STILLWATER SPARKLES Miss Lou Birchfield was the guest of Miss Millie Rose Saturday night The farmers are getting behind with their work on account of bad d weathertJohn and Cleveland Murphy and sister Miss Lizzieattended church at tbo old Baptist Sunday Rev W H Chambers delivered i a very interesting sermon at the old Baptist church Sunday i Misses Caroline and Clara Tay lor of Landsaw were pleasant visitors hero Sunday James Lacy and wifo of Laurel were visiting Mrs Lacys parents Stephen Collier and family Saturday and Sunday I IfcuttingIf dinner for a large number of friendsJApril 8 PRESTOS I I MORCAN COUNTY MAYTOWNMISSIVES Mrs R J Nickell is on the sick list this week Mrs Maud Henry who has been ill for sometime is now recovering Miss Arta Dye of Ezel was call ing on friends m our midst last week R A Day had tho misfortune- of J toeing a fine saddle horse FridayMisses I Laura Bowman and Nan nie Day have been visiting on Clark branch j Millard Richio and ClaudeSwan go made a flying trip to McCausey FridayR Nickell purchased from Mort Pieratt of Ezel two heifers for 17- Mrs James Ingram of Greasy wad visiting her father Mr Chil ders Friday Asa Nickell purchased from AI P Dye a fine mare value being considered 00 Edna Williams of the country is visiting her sister Mrs John Childers of this place Frank Thomas and familyof Hazel Green have moved into our quiet little country village Miss Verna Haulsey and brother of Valeria passed through here Saturday evening en route to Grassy DoyleMcCluro and Butler Hughs villagSunday e academy Taylor Lewis of Cannel Citywas in our midst last Saturday in troducing ho new pa ant double shovel plo Mrs Amanda Young of Sal Lick was c tiled fo see tier mothert Mrs Bali of our town who has been very ow with la rippe Mort and Steve Pie att of Ezel bought fly head of cattle an sheep of H snry and C larlea Clay pool Satux lay price c nknown Claude Hoggs of Hazel Green was seen it our town S iturday an Sunday We think th re is a pretty girl at acting Mri Boggs attention fi t o D 0 a p mmmmmmmmmnmmmmmmf Ot RU 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 R Whey you go to Lex ington call on LOUIS Be = CUS STRAUS Leading Clothiers of Kentucky irte Make their store headquar = 55 j ffi ters Introduce yourself by ffijtelling em you know Uncle S Spence and you will meet with prompt attention 1 CIIIIIIIIIIIIIJ1111111111111l1 1 1 1 IIII6Aa11610a1b 6 161 1o111d11061I11I6 1 1 Caa Misses Maggie Childers Edna Williams of Valeria Willie Chil IIrrl ers and Leuix Swango of our f wn were the pleasant guests ofIj I Malls Eaton Friday night I jtt The family of E B Bowman de j parted for Scranton Ky MondayI i j in which place they will make their future homo We were sorry rj i indeed to give Mr Bowman up l April 8 PAULETTE l if jlIlI jl CUTS CURES ANY GRIP srp BRUtSFS acssCOLDS atmtra l l IIIIIn il N EU RAUilA COLIC raSIDB OR OUT DIARRHC- EDmaatitt In 1to 8 minute 2Se60ctt by H F Pieratt Hazel Green ISold KyIEI Strayed or Stolen From my farm near Frenchburg rII-I- nKy deep sorrel horse with a white spot in forehead both r hind foot white mane and tail some lighter than that of the body I 15 or 1C hands high trots or racks good and gentle square built 8 or i i fll II 10 old A liberal reward will IbQlI I or information loading to his IrecoveryI 38tf FrenchburgKy J W Garrett of Torrent paidHI r our town a flying visit Saturday night and Sunday tho attraction I being a young lady of whom he is I Said to be unusually fond His I many friends here were heartily glad to see him and not one but wishes him success in trying for the damsel of his choice They are well mated for lifes journey When you have head ache or neuralgia try Triphene Sold by SS Combs Sons Campton and H F Pie att Hazel Green tf Misses Annie Blair and Myrtle Fugate two charming young ladies of the academy made THE HERALD office a pleasant visit on Saturday evening When you have head ache o neuralgia try Triphene Sold byI S S Combs Sons Campton and H F Pieratt Hazel Green tf SAM M WILSON BKPBE8BST1SO FLOOD CO WfiOLE ALE + G OeER LEXINGTON KY Solicits the trade of mountain merchants and will guarantee prices and promptness MALES FOR SALE TTAVING sold my farm I have n 1 further use for live stockand 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 nnd should be seen to b yeatr old prove him a fine breeder are invited to see them Call on or a dress JAS B CECIL March 64t Ezel Ky ObdTIGER f PANTSMade Perfect in Fit Full In Seat and Leg and will Not Rip STAG SHIRTS anddBetter Style Any Per Sale fcy J Taylor Day HAZEL GREEN KY c Ip= = = = EaltJJ T E j tJ t j BACKET STORE I r j t I LEXiNGTON LARGEST liIIORYl GOODS STUKEl l j GoodsIJJJII E31Ladies Cloaks TailorEi Readymade 1 Skirts UnderwearJJ a iJ WJiJt l U IALWAYS THEI j jMAIL j 19111315 fiiJi JDWest LOWESTJJi liHACAN4 OY Il 1 BOURBON Good Liquor is free from adul andrharmful ingredients Thisothers worth looking into for as a necessity arsure a good stimulant is Import ant somethingWhen r good send us your orders Hagans Old Bourbon In JugsBestjI California Wines 4 year old 200 per gallon Sherry per gallonoI 150 5 year old 225 per gallon Portt per gallon 150I 5e7 year old 275 per gall m Catawba per gallon 125 8 year old 300 per galln Kelly Island Wines r 10 Year Old in Bottles Plain B x Slurry per gal one 125 I j I 4 Quarts S3 0 Poi t per gallo 125111G Quarts 4 0II Eh ckberryJ per gallon 100 i iti1 r rp dtt Cn awba per gallon 100 YOU PAY XPRBSS CHARGES I 1 I Send P 0 Money Order pr Regi tere- dLettto theIHAGAN DII TJlU Gj CQw LEXINGTON ICYtrar k ki we 1 OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood r All the blood In your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes youryr r iiblood purifiers they fil t IterI cut he waste or impurities in the blood It they are sick or out dofoPains achesandrheu matismcome from ex cess of uric acid in the neglectedkidney unsteadyheartthey had heart trouble because the heart i overworking in pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries- It used to be considered that only urinary labutall constitutional diseases have their beglnj1j j6nlng in kidney trouble If you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild t and the extraordinary effect cf Dr SwampRoot the great kidney I s KilmersI I soon realized It stands the highest r wonderful cures of the most and Is sold on its merits VV by all druggists in fifty cent and onedollar eiz i II tesYou may have a u RMt j Sampfree find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer fie Co Binghamton N Y A Great Chance to Secure Exquisite Photographs Free The series of Stage Favorite- and People of Note issued by the Burr McIntosh Studio has heretofore retailed for 100 a piece and all who could obtain thornI thought them cheap at that price i nowwitili what seems extravagant enterprise I giving one of this series every Sunday to every subscriber It is a great opporturity for any oue to I secure this series of oxquisite photographs by simply subscribing for The Herald which iis GOO a year 300 for six months in advanc- Catarrh Cannot be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS as they cannot reach the seat of the dis ease Catarrh is a blood or con 6titntiotial disease and in order to cure ityon must take internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is takenI r internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine It was prescribed by j one of the best physicians in this country for years and is a regul t prescription It is composed r the best tonics known combinedI with the best blood purifiers petJ ing directly on the mucous surfaces The perfect combination I of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh Send for testimonials free FJ CHENEY 1C Co- Toledo O Sold by druggists 75c Halls i Family Pills are the best A Thoughtful Youngster A tinygirl baby was born InI due season the elders aged GaudI ij 9 were invited by the mother fort an introduction After due coni r sideration and mature deliberation the sixyearold having public j school regulations in mind asked j Is she vaccinated tPhiladel1 phia Ledger A Doctors Bad Plight Two years ago as a result of a severe cold I lost my voice t j j 1 1writes Dr M L Scarbrough I anI beganscough Every renle known to me as a practicing phy andsdaily grew worse Being urged toI try Dr Kings Nev Discover for Consumption Coughs and Colds I foundquick relief and forlabtj ten days have felt better than for t guarantetedII for throat and lung troubles HazellGreenI Campton drug stores 50c and 1 Trial bottles free etlWe hope Joe Mauley will g something deep and out of sight Memphis CommercialAppeal The Great Dismal Swamp- of Virginia is a breeding ground of Malaria germs So is low wet or i marshy ground everywhere These germs cause weakness chills and fever aches in the bones and muscles j and may induce dangerous z maladies But Electric Ilitte never fail to destroy them and cure malarial troubles They will surely prevent typhoid We tried I ninny remedies for Malaria and Stomach and Liver troubles writes John Charleston of Byes ville 0 but never found any thing as good as Electric Bitters t TnlorDaYJIazolSonBCa storesGnaranteesN THE HERALD andlltiatblylVor Ld ono dollar ayear in advance rrit 1IillineryOpen Dg April the 10th I will have on hand a largo supply of millinery goods of the very latest styles in cludingladies trimmeduutrimmed and dress hats misses and chil drone hats caps and bonnets O amers1foliage ornaments etc Those goods nN for spring and summer 102not last years goods but of the very latest and freshest materials on the market I will bo prepared to trim hats in any desired style This will be the inhmates rials considered I now havo on handa supply of wall paper of the latest designs at prices ranging from four cents per roll upward Ladies are invited to call and exj amiue our goods and prices It will cost you nothing to look Mus H C LACYODaysboro Ky IIChild Worth Millions is worth a million to Imo says Mrs Mary Bird of Har risburg Pa yet I would lost her by croup had I not purchased a bottle of One Minute Cough Cure Ono Minute Cough Cure is surocouro forcoughecrou P and throat and lung troubles An whichaacts immediately The youngest child can take it with entire safe tv The little ones like tho taste and remember how often it helped their Every family should have t bottle of Ono Minute Cough Cure especiallyitII F PIERATT LGuy Reynolds charged with be an accomplice to the assassina ling of Deputy Sheriff Robert Cof 1illIAnderson is in jail at IiapL insville ande1 brought back Dont Live Together Constipation and health never go together DeWitts Little Risers Ipromote easy action of the bowels without distress I have been troubled withcostiveness 9yonrs- says t J 0 Greene Depauw IndI I have tried many remedies but Little Early Risers give best re suits H lF PIERATT The examining trial of Ben Kill thamurderc t thoe defendants being hold over to tho grand jury Henry Pieratt bought all the picture frames tho agent of the Chicago Portrait Co had left over and is selling them 50 per centt cheaper than tho agent sold them The number is limited and if you J want one youd better move in a hurry as they are going like hot cukes 52 tf Dave Gatowood received bul let in his right lung and Brooks ShAHon now lies in the jail at Lexington with a charge of shoot ing with intent to kill The men quarreled over a woman For Sale One Fay Xo S six roll 8 inch llightning iloorer with beading attachment One Fay carriage cu ting off saw F BUSH it Sox Lexington Ky jTom L Johnson may land something big politically about tha- I thdy a roan trustDouvIRepublican TO TilE DEAF A sick lady cured of her deafness and noises in tbe head by Dr Nicholson Artificial Ear Drums gave 10000 to his Institute xo that deaf people unable procure the Ear Drums may have the Xichol80nIn41 y Mr soonIoughtI platform Atlanta Journal You cannot buy standard piano organs buggies sewing machines clocks watches and jewelry as cheap any where else as you can ofmo Come and see samples and you will be convinced You do not have to risk your money with mail order houses GEVEDONflJ Piorpont Morgan s idea n pears to bo that the Government should provide rewards of meritI for allwho organize trusts Chicago News WANTEP Trustworthy moo and women to 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WACONMAKERSHAZEL L Invite the attention of the farmers of this vicinity J to their improved Jr facilities for blackamithing and wagonmaking u well as 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 respectfully solicited and will be duly ap predated Respectfully Rc ROSE WHEELER WanteaSODD men TO YfirBUff TUB WBrafffPPPants 0B Z BArrT SOLE DEALER HAZEL CREEN KY PHOENIX l A new firstclass cafo for ladies and gentlemen has been opened in opposito the delicacies of the season are served in firstclass style Ladies especially are invited WANTED INVENTORS to write for oar confidential letter before ap plving for it may be We promptly obtain U 8 and IpJD- ODe7PATENTS sad TRADE MARKS TIRE attornem Be B1 model or photo and we send an IMMEDIATE a1tcharge are moderate Try us SWIFT do CO Pate st Lawyer Opp 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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 year lest than one cent an issur and then infuse into iits columns all the enterprise and literary ability that money could command I or determination secure In less than a year this remarkable southern 1 terary Ipaper has become national in cb rackt ibbers north of Mason and Dixons lime as iitt has in the south Ita columns six and inj the beat current literature of character istic southern flavor sad no 1 terary periodical published anywhere in the country has succeeded in bring ng to gather as many southern writers f note as has been done by the SUNNY I aunt A striking feature of tbe 8t xx Y SOUTHB development is tee intro action during the past year of many lie story writers who will be beard from in the wider field of the worlds literatui e Iu alcost every southern state new I terary talent has been developed to such an ex tent as to put the whole country t talk ing about the SUNNY SOUTH A few months ago the SUNNY SOUTH fatted- ery I v hands me prizes for a series of th best short stories by southern v titers and w Ifetspublished in the SUNNY SOUTH have been reproduced the world over thpr are now being published b 1ii iron week to week The fact that the price of this II p lendid weekly literary periodical is on fifty crate a year has bad a wonderfu eRect i Riving it an extensive field for the development of its plans and purposes Perhaps no literary periodical ever es tablisbed boa made such rapid stride aa SUNNY SOUTH in less than a year Bthe Mary R Brajran whose name hat been ociatedwith the SUNNY SOUTH bas been engaged to take full charge of its Womans Department Her services will appeal especially to women readers throughout the country as tbe striking charm of her own personality pervades every column of her most interesting department The distinctive characteristics of south ern authors have always been a gre charm to their readers The liberalI n of matter by the leading magazines of tb United States shows that high regar prevalent for southern literary talent The quaint stories of Joel Chandler Har plantations y Thomas Nelson Page Will Y Harben Harry Stillwell Edwards and otheR of those interesting phases of human character so plentiful in the south are read with consuming interest and are seized avidityThe H will be far above the ordinary slur paper and an examination of oue copy will show clear lCOpeInmost prominent of tbe worlds writers Mehave been listed for special stories for the SUNNY SOUTH during the current year It is a pleasure to know that the South hat last secured a literary I paper of which the whole country is proud The SUNNY SOUTHB growing circulation throughout the Union and in all parts of it alike is an indication of iu widespread field Its fresh crisp editorial social stories from author of the widest note and growing fame and inter eating short stories from every quarter make 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