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I T Ih I 1 u ADVERTISING U Column 1 1 1 year year year TES CO 35 0 00 00 00 I THE HAZEL GREEN llERALDfPJ2 Inches year 1000 1 1 Inch 1 year 7 00 + ==Established March 4 1885 Made Famous IB the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max OTtell + Stnte anti District KAnnouncements 8 officers datesorpo1itknIwritup1SrBfleSEVENTEENTH 1000 Cuntvoflicers5OO A YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 17 1902 NUMBER 39 1 TfledateaReryournameiodlcatuI IerObituarirs TritubeK Jc pre I pared by us Sjc a line where ropy 1 is famished same as locals 6c a line a SPFSCFlt COO t 8100 PER YEAR O ERTh Oliist Mist =11 =0 Owner nnil PtjularI siyuiIciaiui aid Most QMtri Papr IR tin Vtlcky ianisAlways in Advance =t tIIi I JI iiiiioiiJ CASTO RIA For Infants and Children ASTDRII The Kind You Have A gctablePrepartltionforAs j Always BouGht similating theFoodandilegula thtingtheStulDllchsaroBow e I V tits SignamrowPromotes DicsLionCkerruI ofOpumlorphineOTNAHCOTIC aOUbr4HlEI1f1fNIR r rI I A- IraTJJ 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at your home during spare hours Circular B explains WRITE TODAY naming Course desired IN WRITING be to state aw our ad in THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD Address BENJAMIN B JONES President LEXINGTON t- Itttttttt 1 1 NTH c t tIIIIiT The Only High Class 1Monthly at 1T a Year in 2Sct4 World Pages Four to the Page pEvery page Magazine in Itself each department edited one who knows how cvcrynumbcr nInc of Informa DoneV J1 BusinessJ1 100 this has been the ing and trust NOT START the WE CAPITAL is it such and circulars you and how likewise in your A will it lim Heel ask for A you how you at WE for Business and and for the best for the sure you by I 4 KY 111CONTAINS THE FOLLOWING fJEPAlttNENTJ One Short Story Biographical Tld Bit Popular Science Amateur Photography All the Comforts of Home The Family Lawyer Department of Health The Editors listS Holiday The Quiz Club prize question department The Old Cur iosity Sbop Sports Games and Pastime Home Study Tho Coming Generation The Pint Thousand and What to Do With It practical success The Story of the World departmenLII GOOD TIMES Columbus OSimple Copy lor tho JUUng Address 11 tl 1111 till II fatl II I 0 The above magazine free for 6 months to new Herald subscribers P a THE CHICAGO PTTNEiE DEL IEiery FARMER skill real daily TIM Chicago Post i Every LIVE STOCK Stlwr skill read NlfTfe Client Pest aEserjiROUCE SMtfer shoiH read iiiljTH Cikap Pest Eiery GRAIN Styfer sktlli red dailj Tte CMap rest THE CREATii j MARKET NE ER TIE REST IS NONE TOO SOR FOR YOU I Subscribe through your eoauainlon Inn owadealet or pubUaber of newspa 0 per eol1talatar this adTerttseueni Samplo pIes sent ftOO on reQu4 M1rcss THE CHICAGO PO1T Chicago IIIII I 4 to VS Q A I gJTHE GAL FROM+ I K +HAZEL GREEN KJI tl rlAU 1tI OWwe return to theI mountains said Kate p eWe mountaineers cant stand the lowlands long Imgoing to show you a beautiful gateway out of these mountains and out of the state for our beloved Ken I tucky is only a small part of our great and good country Then I Cumborland Gap opened before them guarded on either side by majestic forestcovered domes and between these streamed in golden light as from another world The effect was even greater than Kate had anticipated Never had the seen such rapt attention such eager expectant faces A gateway like this she said must lead to something grand beyond Then she gave them charming views from Tennessee and Virginia and explained that these places were just as real as their own mountains Our neighbors on the other side are quite as nice she continued as the Ohio River burst into view bearing on its shining bosom craft of every kind Then Cincinnati loomedup between the broad river and the towering heights beyond There was inspiration in the scene Why couldnt we build towns and cities on these yer mountings asked one We can and we must answer ed Kate just as soon as we learn how At the close of the entertain ment those young untaught people of the mountains went forth into the starry nightwithnew thoughts and new purposes destined to bring new life to all that long neglected and benighted region Results followed in close suc cession a night school for penmanship and drawing once a week another evening for spelling to which reading was soon added a Saturday class in photography and a Bible class Sundayafter noon This Bible class grew to such dimensions that it was a serious question what to do with it The pupils were of all sizes ages andcapacities Kate bad made herself as nearly all things to all men as she could but she realized that the time was ripe fora special effort and wrote to the Missionary Society to send an evangelist He came and such a meeting was held in that old school house as had never been known in all that region Old men and their sons andold women and their daughters were gathered into the fold of the Good Shepherd It was a won derful meeting and oh joy I the feud was ended Simpsons and Suttons sang and prayed and were baptized together and together they communed around the Lords Table One mountaineer young in the faith gave vent to his feelings in this fashion When Christ wnust gets inter the heart they haint no more room fer them feuds He air so big Ho jes fills the heart chuck full an the haint no room lef fur notbiu but Hissef Another relieved himself on this iseIII low were on the right trail now brethering but I low well strike moughty slippery places yit Thet dont couaarn us though ef weails air a gittin higher an higher up the mounting Them feud trails war all the time a takin us furder an furder inter the bottomless pit right inter the Devils claw This from Mammy Simpson Artdr Tommy war shot I couldnt neverdo much but cry tin smoke an scollI I wisht now I hed a holped Becky more with the wea vin an cookin I kin see now thet I want a treatin uv er right But I hednt never hearn much boutn Him what died fur wenna fan I didnt know what hoaxed uv me I low He wont lay et up agin me fur Im holpin Becky all I kin now an haint gut nothin agin Jim Sutton ner none uv them Suttobs onless et air Jake Before the mooting closed Jim and Diky were married and their l t j L 2 rjo wedding was the wonder of all that country Everybody was there from far and near and brought presents all kinds of presents and wished the happy couple joy and ate of the good things as they had never eaten before Jim was the new Sundayschool superinten dent and Becky was president of the Ladies Aid Society and al ready movements were on foot for a meetinhouse Several re cruits were enlisted for Hazel Green academy among thorn Jack Simpson Millie Brown and Lem Sutton Jims brother Millies model was Kate Laurel and Jack Simpson deep down in his secret soul cherished the hope that some time far in the future he might be able to take a course in the Bible College at Lexington Mrs Brown was prevailed upon to change her residence to Hazel Green that she might instruct a class in weaving coverlets in the industrial department of the acad emy Prof Ford having discovered a growing demand for a revival of the oldfashioned red white and blue coverlets ofour grandmothers time desired that the academy should compete with Berea College and other institu tions in supplying the demand Thus he was on the lookout for a suitable person to put in charge when he discovered that MrsBrown was the woman he sought for she was not only an adept in the manufacture of those wonderful crea tions of art but she had the qualifications that eminently fitted her for a place of trust among the youngAs school drew to a close the Simpsons and Suttons under the inspiration of old Daddy Simpson made up a neat purse for the little school Missus who hed worked harder all winter then shedorter an bed brung about sech wonder ful things and requested her to go to some nice cool place up north an jes rest er tired bones all summer long And where did Kate go Straight hornp to Hazel Green And what did she do with the SimpsonSuttou benefit Pour ed it right into the treasury of the mountainmission fund and then proceeded to have the best and sweetest time she ever had in her life scattering sunshine and glad ness wherever she went and lending a helping hand to every one When the Bad Mountain folks heard of it they were not much surprised Wealls mout a know ed hit they said Its jes like the gal frum Hazel Green An they haint no other sech gal no whar not in all Kaintuck EVERGREEN THE END TO THK DEAF A sick lady cured of her deafness and noises in the head bjr Dr Nicholson Artificial Ear Drums gave 10000 to bis Institute so that deaf people unable to procure the Ear Drum may have Ui m free Address No 4486 The Nichol D Institute 780 Eighth Avenue NeirYdrk 4ly Sheriff Keown of Hartford e r rested 18yearold Tom French charged with having stolen a hor je from William Jones near Owen s boro K- yBirdShot For Tiger No use to hunt tigers with birdshot It doesnt hurt the tiger any and its awfully risky for you Consumption is a tiger among diseases It is stealthy but once started it rapidly eats up the flesh and destroys the life No use to go hunting it with ordinary food and medicine Thats only birdshot It still advances Good heavy charges of Scotts Emulsion will stop the advance Tb disease feels that ScottsEmulsion makes the body strong to resist It soothes and toughens the lungs andsustains the strength until the disease wears iitself out- S fot free sasapk a s Z V j Ii- Let Us Try to Do SMtetkiif Land that sold in Henefee and Bath counties for from 5 to 10 per acre some time ago cannot now be bought for less than 1000 be cause of the discovery of oil in the vicinity Here in Hazel Green is as good a prospect for oil as those fields show or better and the shooting of one or two wells here will demonstrate that this is the richest field yet found in Eastern Kentucky By all means let us make some effort to get a few wells sunk here To know that wealth absolutely inestimable is but 500 to 1000 feet beneath us perhaps and yet make no effort to secure it is criminally careless to say the least Let us try to do something A Profitable IiYMtaiBL 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 Ku dol Dyspepsia Cure I have taken a few bottles and am entirely well You dont live by what you eat but by whatyou digest and assim ilate If yonr stomach doesnt digest 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 sin Cure cures all stomach troubles H F PlEBATT Snppof We Hat This Yell The second Wage gusher in Knox county is said to be producing 5 000 barrels of oil a day Excitement in that county is again on the increase Suppose such a well were sunk here in Hazel Green wouldnt it awake a lot of dormant energy And we have every rea son to believe that lakes of oil lie beneathus judging from the geological formation and the report of tho survey The truth is our people are not sufficiently alive to their own interests or ore this a test well would have been put down here We should invite some of these oil magnates to come here and make such inducements that they cannot ignore us Ckiliren Especially Liable Burns bruises and cuts are extremely painful and if neglected often result in blood poisoning Children are especially liable to snch mishaps because not so careful As a remedy DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is unequalled Draws out the fire stops the pain soon heals the wound Beware of coun terfeits Sure cure for piles IIDe 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 dayH F PIERATT Preacher Jim Tom Pieratt is on the ailing list and has been for a mouth past yet he is not sick enough to be confined to his home Among other complaints acough annoys him very much he has a pain in the side and rheumatism runs riot over his anatomy But for a1 that and a that ho k eps on the move and his intention is to hie himself to the sunflower state as soon as ho can arrange some preliminaries 1 Nearly Fatal Runway started a horrible ulcer on the leg of J B Orner Franklin Grove Ill which defied doctors and all remedies for four years Then Bucklens 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 Combs Sons Campton drug gists Curtis Quicksall of Frozen Creek was the guest of his friend Henry Pieratt Wednesday night but left for home so early next morning that very few of his other friends here had the pleasure of shaking him by the hand He was on hue iness bent and had but little time for pleasure Per Sale One Jay No8 six roll S inch lightning floorer with beading at Uohmtnt One Pay carriage cut ting off MW FBDBHSON Lexington Ky a L1 4 t P Half Sick I first used Ayers Sarsaparilla in the rail of 1848 Since then I have taken it every spring as a bloodpurifying and nerve t strengthening medicine- S T Jones Wichita Kans If you feel run down are easily tired if your nerves are weak and your blood is thin then begin to take the good old stand ard family medicine Ayers Sarsaparill- aIts a regular nerve lifter a perfect blood builderiS5attic uuaa Ak your doctor what he think of Ayeif Barupullla II knows all shoot tbU grand old family msdieloa follow his a4T1ce lidwo will ha oatil lied J C Ana CO Lowell Hut TWO TRIPS A MONTH Male By This Matt Carrier Who Gets 35000 a Year Oscar Fish of Valdez Alaska who was recently awarded for another period of four years the contract for carrying the United States mails from Valdez to Eagle is the best paid mail carrier in the world For his contract with the government he receives 85000 a year for making two trips a mdnth between the points named a dis lance of about 413 miles or nearly 1500 for each trip The mail carried is limited to 300 pounds andconsists generally of letters onlynewspapers and the more bulky articles being carried however when the mail is unusually lightPostoffice department officials say however that the sum paid to him is reasonable when it is considered thnt he makes his trips by dog sled and that he has the most dangerous route of any mail carrier in the world His 24 trips a year keep him busy most of the time and he practically takes his life in his hands every time he starts out on his solitary journey Fish has the finest team of dogs in that far northern country and some of his trips are made in record time He has been given up for dead many times by residents of Valdez and Eagle but so far he has al ways managed to reach the endof his journey although sometimes overdue and occasionally much battered up He has fallen down precipices boon mixed up in ava lanches has been starved frost bitten frozen and injured but is still drawing his 35000 a year from the government and says ho expects to continue making his adventurous trips until snowed underWashingtonCor Chicago Tribune Electric Belt 01 Trial To introduce it and obtain agents the undersigned firm will senda 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 200 to be paid in sixty days if tho Belt effects a cure These Belts are a positive cure for Rheuma tism Neuralgia Kidney trouble Stomach and Liver trouble Asth ma etc Address at once GERMAN ELECTRIC AGENCY tf P OBoxl874NewYorkNY Gave Himself Away With a mellow smile he leans toward the maiden of doubtful age but undoubted fortune Just one kiss tI he pleads No she retorts having noticed a welldefined aroma of rye on his breath No Tho lips that touch liquor shall never touch mineBut he proteststhe rum de mon having driven his good judgment to the windsIa man must get his courage up some way Baltimore American WTEnTrustwortby men and women to travel and advertise for old established house of solid finan cial standing Salary 780 a year and expenses all payable in cash No canvassing required Give reference and enclose selfaddressed stamped antelope Address Mana ger 355 Caxtoo Bldg Chicago tf i JII 1 +DOUNTY + DIRECTORY + HAZEL GREEN POLICE COURT H F PIERATT Judge J M NICKELL Marshall W N NICKELL Deputy Marshall BOARD OF TUSTEES W O MIZE Chairman W H CORD JOHN D DAVIS JOHN M ROSE JOHN H ROSE 0 I CIRCUIT COURT Third Monday in January Fourth Monday in April and Third Mondayin September A JudgeAaAttorney J F VANSAXT Master Commissioner C C HANKS Trustee Jury Fund 0COUNTY COURT First Monday in each month JudgeWFRANK STAMPER Sheriff C C FULKB County Attorney J B LITTLE Jailer S N HOBBS Assessor a SurveyorFRANK J W TAULBEE County Supt 0MAGISTRATES COURTS TIME OF HOLDING AND OFFICIALS FIRST DISTBICT ELIAS SHOCKEY Magistrate No time set for holding courtSECOND RosEJRstable Court days First Thursday in February May August and November Magistr FebruaryMayFOURTH DISTRICT R R LEGO Magistrate WM SPENCER Constable Court days First Friday in March June September and December FIFTH SIXTJIJ N CHAMBERS Magistrate in both districts DAVID BANKS Constable Court days Third Friday in February May August and NovemberSEVENTH DISTRICT B F BOLIN Magistrate j PORTER CLARK Constable Court days First Saturday in March June September and December OLIVERMagistratt time for holding marL Lexington and Eastern Railway Tine Ttole IB Effect Oct 20 1101 EAST BOUND No2 I No4 STATIONS Dsily ez Daily ex Suuday Sunday i AMLTCLexington j Winchester 2 55 pm 8 25 am I LEJuncn 3 07 pm 8 37 am 1 Clay City 3 40 pm 9 13 am Stanton 3 51 pm 9 23 am Nat Bridge 4 20 pm 9 54 am Torrent 434pm1008a0 Beattyre Jc 4 CO pm 10 29 am I Jackson w 6 00 pm 11 30 am WEST BOUND I INo1 No3 STATIONS Daily ex Doily uSunday Sunday pDBeattypuTorrent pmStaDtonpmClayLiEJuncn 910am 403pm pmLe a JlanqerCHAST n MORGAN 8 P A 1 0 i L BRANCH Time Table ta Effect Janarr IHff EAST BOUND WEST BOUND No22II I Daily Sunday No 21 ex n p lOOp m lev 9 40 am O t K Junction 1 05 pm 8 45 amSVllhurat 1 55pl 8 30 amhampton JS 10 pit 745 amLee Clty 3 00 pa 7 35 am Helechawa 3 10 pa 7 00 amCannel City 3 45 pa M L CONLEY Superintendent OVISVILLII TIN AND STOVE COMPAIY Jobbers and Dealers i- nrcTEJapaned and Tlftlare- cLfUJYn Er DILLER BENNETT WHOLESALE FIIRNITIIDThe Largest Exclusive 527 W aUsk St Wholesale Furniture iDealer in the South ItMUTllle IjT REH BEVERSON COjWSOL1SALI t sLLIti 508512 W MAW STREsW i r- nrIOUYILLL j t f 1I r t i mE HERALD t tirr r=SPENCER COOPER Editor j j faY c c HAZEL CREENKYT- HURSDAY April 17 1902 CAPT 0 M CARTER who 11 is in Fort Leavemvorth mili t tary prisonserving Sentence for robbing the government passed the danger point of his attack of typhoid fcjver sus E piciously quick The sym t pathy dodge is a very old one andrthe fact that Carters former business partners are fugitives from justice may lhave caused him to try it on SENATOR QUAY was inclin i ed to be humorous wlien he proposedan amendment to i itheChinese exclusion bill ex cepting Chinese Christians sI from its provisions It would1l be a waste of time to enact the law if it were so amended as it would not keep out single Chinaman THE German gentleman who wishesto sell us an unprofit 4 able palace in Berlin for our embassy should have got iinI his offer while the Prince Henry fever was raging Kow that we have cooledoff aI secondhand place isntso likes ly to appeal to us I WE are told that the com pany that is to control the American rights of Marconis j wireless system telegraphy is to be capitalized at 6000 000 but what we would like fcto know is how much real11I exmoney is to be put in the scheme- I i i PAYING more for every necessity F and getting no more for their labor is one of this e sorts of prosperty that iis helping to make the election of a democratic house this year and a president in 1904 a certainty THE republican steering committee of the senate made sure of another delay for the Nicaragua canal bill when they decided that the Phili pine bill should follow the 4Chinesebill THE bill providing for a military bodyguard for the president not having passedI l the house no soldiers guarded1I f 4 Mr Roosevelt during his visitl fii to the Charleston exposition A SOUTH CAROLINA has shown1 Mr Roosevelt that it had a warm welcome for him andI his guests even if it has no electoral votes for him andl his party THE toadiesof theNew Yor chamber of commerce will in vita the Prince of Wales to attend the dedication of their new building The Prince habit is catching A PAPER mill workers in Wis c t consin are on a strike for shorter hours If this sort of thing keeps upnewspapers will be striking for a day of fourteen hours t l MEMPHIS is preparing to- do j a little entertaining stunt to show its opinion of the atjj Stempt to muzzel the Schley j Z r- invent TIE oyster itrSst is a little Jaet in getting business I I ithjs is the I uAii fall- T S i IimonksIi IMark Hanna masquerading as a friend of the working mantls POWELL CLAYTON pulled off a vindication during his visit to Washington and will I retain his job as Ambassador- to Mexico t A MARYLAND negro used a crowbar to tamp a dynamite 1 charge A few mutilated remnants of him were found FLORIDA has broken there card by legally hanging nJJ murderer in ten days after the crime was committed CECIL RODES accumulatedl 25000000 for himself and a very troublesome lot of terri tory for England aREPUBLICAN leaders of the jhouse are showing themselves jto be old menof tlie shipsub sidyjob GEN LEW WALLACE has grievance against the English BenHur was hissed iin1 London CASTOR IIAFor Infanta and Children aThu Kind You Hari Always BHgfct Bears theISignature of Another Murder in Jackson Tho news came here on Honda morning tbatJDr B D Cox of that place had been murdered on Sun day night but LO particulars were given Dr Cox was raised in this county being the son of Samp Cox formerly assessor nail a nephew of Dr Breck Cox a practicing physician on the Torrent aide He was a young man of fine physique and mild mannered So modest in demeanor indeed tha one would think him the lat man to have an enemy He was as bravo however as a lion and we I hear it now said that he had ar 1rayed himself on one side of an existing fued at that place which perhaps accounts for his murder The Academy Cottage Fund Since last report the following have paid one dollar each into th fund Mrs Banlett Cleveland1 Ohio Unnamed Friend Cleve 1land Ohio and C H Hurst adds thirty cents Total for the wee ending April 16th 230 Thor are many who intend to aid iin this work connot all suchaid at once t Surely every present et dent and every former student will1 give one dollar toward it Parents of students should have a persona l pride in having their IS honorpWM H CORD Treaa Lyons Laxative Syrup Natures Cure for Constipation Doss NOT GRIPE Ifyou do not like t better than any laxative you have ever used your druggist will refund t money Good for children as well as grown people Sold by J C Stamper Grassy Creel Their Second Venture On Saturday evening at 4 oclock at the residence of the bride iin Menefee county Squire Joshua Wheeler and Mrs Sarah Phillips were united in the holy bonds of wedlock by the Rev Mr Hurt This is the second venture of each of them The groom is 78 years Friendkof the old Squire hereabouts wish him a long life and a merry one and salute the bride Comfort Augusta 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 Me Dr McClellan Kash accompa nied by a drug man from Chicago named Winter was in our town Saturday and Sunday shaking hands with old friends and in troducing Mr Winter They were guests of the Day Houseand Mack told us he thought he would go today with Oscar Fallen and wife to Texas slid see his friends and relatives at that place while rail ro o low Vitam Ore will relieve of all 1ohes1 Apply to or address with stamp Spencor Cooper Hazel Green Ky o r rtr I jK Because of the smallpox scare at Owensboro the board of health directed all children in the public schools should be vaccinated Bud Gilmore a colored porter on the Cincinnati Southern accidently shot himself Saturday morning while handling a pistol and will die There was a meeting of the exalted lulera of the various Elk lodges of Ken tucty at Louisville on Monday to are range for the state reunion The Licking Valley Oil and Gas Co had a fine well come in Saturday morning on the Alt McKinney farm in Bath The oil rose 200 feet in the well Mrs Ben A Preston formerly of Johnson county died at the home of her father Judge J K Dixon in West Frankfort Saturday morning The Eclipse Woolen Mills at Baxter and Garden avenue Louisville were on Saturday sold to D A Chenowitb an Indianapolis capitalist for 100000 Judge George du Belle the incumbent has a walkover for the republican nomi nation for judge of the court of appeals in the Louisville district no one running against him John Ropp and Richard Lowden of Danville drove 90 miles in eight hours searching for a man whom they saw steal their horse They said they recogiiiiet him as William Pence The white boy baby which was dil- L coveredon the doorstep of Ben Rain colored at Danville almost frozen to death continues to grow worse and death is expected hourly Case was investi gated by the grand jury this week Thet mother is said to live near Danville The trial of J L Bone for the murder of C 0 Savery was concluded Saturday at Bowling Green and Judge Settle w called from church Sunday morning receive the verdict The jury found him guilty of manslaughter and gave him 21l year in the penitentiary He killedI Savery in a buggy last August on a lonely road 10 miles from that city H plea was self defenser fSend 35c and get a free trial oft Wilsons Morphine Cure testedl for 14 years and always success ful Send to CORP WILSOX f 30y Calvert Texas Redaction in Freights Beginning on Friday the 25thI inst the L 1L E and 0 S K rail way will reduce the freight rate from Lexington Winchester andI Citytas CLASSES 123456i Reduction 100 pounds15 10 10 10 8 6 Corresponding reductions to L City Helechawa and other poin on the O S K A reduction of tw 0r cents per 100 pounds on lumbe- taker effect from the same date Not having the regular rate car we are unable to say just what thee t rate on each class will be whenI this reduction is applied but weI hope it is such that our merchants I will be able to ship over this road itAre the American people as nation growing sweeter or is i just the lovely girls who are be 3Jul lr years the consumption of sugar per capita has increased from 83 oldISI ment Its the girl and the woman surely Another question now pre sents itself Do the girls of Hazel Green consume more sugar than those of other places One is ledII- it to so concluder Fox SALEA scholarship in the Commercial College of Kentucky University By early application at this office some young man can save several dollars tf 11 z 1 Cr 2 7 S WALTHAM WATCHES NEW ENGLAND WATCHES INGERSOLL WATCHES They range from size of a 20c piece to the size of a doorknob 0 IOOTIOOOOOand WERE HEADQUARTERS FOR WATCHES F J HERTZ JEWELER LEXINGTON KY tGTVfe do watch cale j i I h 1 t f ii 1 1kThef ffWig ulna l tsi will os trat a lowl rice for- the cash College Avenue I I I 50 50 50o0 JO I ea y Cd C Wo t C 10froeo cnn ClC Ct Sot er e er c c I 55 Sold I 155 About Sold 300 feet Address COURTNEY McGUIREClay rJ F SADLER Cof Eatablished 1865 MERCHANTS FOR TIlE OF Gtt1ellvsSkeeand Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI O Long Distance Telephone WEST 101 LiberaI cash advances made upon consignments and salsa guaranteed W R CRAWFORD CO y Live Stock Commission Merchants FOR THE SALE OF Cattle Hogs Sheep Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI 0 ALSO Bourbon Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY rewe have an Eastern outlet fur all desirable stock ut highest prices Consignments solicited All correspondence cheerfully answered LOOK t MTIIICII IN TIME SpringHUCHESE PALATADLtFall I i J l 1 Fevers Acts on the Better than Calomeiand Quinine Contrins no Arsenic liver and tones up the system THE OLD ItKLIAlILK BXCB1LEHT fiBHBSIi OHSC2 As well as a Sure Cnre for Chilli and Fevers Swamp Fevers and Bilious Fevers Just what ton need at this season IT NEVER yAiisi hid Laxative Nervous Sedative Splendid Tonic Guaranteed Try It Dont take any substitute At Druggists Sac Rod 81 BotUe IRKPAIIKD IIY nlyforChilledallmalarialfevenLOUISVILLE provesForty COFortyHa besTonic s great rewINCOnpORTEDI KENTUCKY eeHOWARD CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS j 206208 E Main LEXINGTON KY i Honest material master mechan ics and consciencious calculations i are their stock in trade Hence it thattI satisfaction is guaranteed UPTO DATE MArAOf ifliitilCKY glvingevery t GXilInches fmap I tM s 1 world with helpful Information It Is made to sell lor 110 r rToGIVEN every AWAYsubscriber for FREEII Morning Herald The Leading Daily of the Blue Grass You also get a beautiful photograph with every Sunday Issue THE WAY TO GET O ME Send In your subscription with check for THREE DOLTnsmand address and the map will bo sent promptly This cfftr ii gaud for two weeks only Subscribe today fiCO per year or J3CO tar i x months is advance i i THE LEXINGTON PUBLISHING Printer Building Lexington Ky COII I tom rJdRa IH G ROBINSON BEATTYVILLE KY General Salesman for R M HUGHES CO LOUISVILLE KY Manufactures of HighGrade YlnetaP 1Olaers Solicits orders from this merchant of the mountains and guarantees satisfaction A man order will receive prompt attention EVERY PAIR OF TIGER + PANTSMade Perfect in Fit Foil in Seat and Leg and Will Not Rip STAC + SKIRTSAre Fetter Goods Better Made and Better SlyleThai Any Other TaT1sayHAZE 4 J j in COMMISSION SALE The Olue Grass Jnrsorios SPRING 1902 tVFriit ui Ornamental Trees Grape- Vine Aaparagsa laU Fruits uiEverything for Orchard Lawn and Gar tn We have BO agents bit sell direct to the plaster Strawberry and Gene ral Catalogue OB application to H F HILLENKEYCR IwLEXINOTON KY SAM M WILSON napamErcrnco FLOOD CO WfiOLE ALE + GROflER LEXINGTON KY Solicits the trado of mountain merchants ud will goaiaatee prices and promptness ri t I 5 Cheapest Store On Earth Quality of Goods IConsidered H F P ERATT DEALER IX j tiiiS M S r ii iLive Stock Country Produce I I i LIVERY AIID FEED STABLE Horses Hac ts Buggies lCl for hire at all times and charges reasonable LU1WBERRough Dressed and Tongue anti Grooved All kinds for sale 150000 feetyet to dispose of at living prices T ES noWIJanuary 1 1002 to make settlement in full Dont delay or it youYourl PIERATT I grr CECIL BROSII l bFne Grocers Have in Stock nudell Low for CASH the following goods I jarIELLIEl 5c PEACH LEAK LAUD Illil per pound jUGAU J lc to OJc per pound CAUOVA COFFEE best in town V2c packageSWEET for 2c KRA UT lpound can lOc CORN lOc per can PEAS 2 cans 25c fil3tc11118 J TAYLOR DAYCARRIES IN STOCK A FULL LINE OF Ladies Dress Goods Nl lal Gents Furnishingsra s xa H LadiesG 2 g Standard Groceries F = Lamps and Queensware 3 a a C- zl Cutlery and HardwareF n Boots Shoes HatsaIn fact eyerythingusually found in firstclass store r w 1 i i 3aa- iii I i Grand Openingo OF ol SPRJNJ T I LlfflERTSUMMERU1 I io AT THE o DAY MILLINERY- On FRIDAY and SATURDAY April 18th and 19th Come and bring your lady frie- ndsCLOTHING I have a nice lot of clothing which I intend to close out and if you want a bargain in this line do not fail to call at once CS OESOAlso I will sell you shoes at 100 that I have always sold at 125 and the same pro portion clear through Remember this is for CASH ONLY J 1VIo ROSE+ THE PEOPLES FRIEND 4 I ZEL GBEEJ 00 DCBOElIl nheapcatandnestNORMAL AND PREPARATORY SCHOOL School in Eastern 00Kentucky LiThe present term began September with tho largest enrollment in the history ofathe school The Second Scssaon begins JANUARY 11I 1902l A thorough practical school for yonng men and omen with Ten Courses of Study under Academic Departmenti for 38 Week IFTUIUODUSoo per Week write JI COUD FriBClp I i f r T t- ilt Ii w HumorsIThey are vitiated or morbid fluids conrs t Ins the veins and aflectlnp the tissues jfcer are commonly due to defective dTges Hon but arc sometimes Inherited now do they manifest themselves 1 d In many forms of cutaneous eruption salt rheum or eczema pimples and bolls and In weakness languor general debility How are they espcjled By Hoods Sarsaparilla which also builds up the system that has 4 4suffered from them It Is the best medicine for all humors i 1 THE HERALDI I D i t j I i i Two of II F Pieratts children Mary and Tom have the mumps Misses Lou Ward and Mahala I i Rose were pleasant callors at this I office yesterday t Born to the wife of Rev Barney I Blankenship of Conslaion Sun day night a girl Miss Lena Wench of West Liber ty visited Elder S H Taulbee and t wife of High street Monday HUMORS boils pimples anti nilfarc due to impure blood and by purifying the blood with i Hoods Sarsaparilla they are CURED f Misses Maude Wilson and Xora Adams two bright young ladies of t IIofficeII day afternoon Murphy Quicksall bought 03 headof cattle on Quicksand this week of which they have sold 20 and the remaining 43nrill be taken IIj to the Mt Sterling marketIIII j Several cases of j been reported among the children II of this immediate neighborhood and also quite a number of them have the mumps j Will Swango of Millersburg was t the guest of Charley Cecil Monday night and talks like he is well pleased with his new location He was prospecting for some cattle s For Constipation fUe Lyons Laxative Syrup If you dont like axedSlid by J C Stamper Grassy Creek Mrs Dr William Swango and her grand daughter Miss Eliza Kash accompanied by the latters f father and the formers sonin 4 law Burns Kash paid our officer j and home a pleasant visit on Sat I urday afternoon Dave Linden and Heiskel Sally j I v Nickellllleftwhere the two former willI undergo- an operation the first named forjj onefor4 Oscar Fallen has sold his storejj at Daysboro to John will Taulbee who will remove there and continue I the business Mr Fallen j and wife leave to day for Midland Texas where he has two brothers I b Rev H D Fallen aud Thomas I V FalleuCj F The people here hOW that the 0 K has the contract to carry the mails should get up a petition I to have the postoffice depart ment establish a twiceaday route to Helechawa so that we could r lend our mail in the morning and receive mail in the evening j j When you have head ache orjj I neuralgia try Triphene Sold byC HF K SS Combs Sons Campton and Pieratt Hazel Green tf tv Here is a new one on us Speak ing of the fire that burned out Dave Linden on Saturday after noon some one made the remark I Dave will get rich now When a I iia man has his property burned dur I t ing a growing moon he invariably J grows richand it is said of this I r old saw that nover has it failed But f who among us would like to hang ihia faith upon it Uncle Hugh Coldiron will at tend the reunion of the confderatq 4 fv Soldiers at Dallas Texas He was Rl one of Morgans men during that strt of 180105and belongec to Chenaults regiment Ho know i f i i r t ou1commandou1 Imatt to meet with them annually ii When you have head ache or j bySb iI F Pieratt Hazel Green tf J 4 i EXERCISES IN COMPOSITION Among Pupils Under Prof Noah AcademyIHazel Green academy Stella Hanker aged 11 years EVERY MAN HAS A DUTY TO PERFORM We read in the first verse in the LeginningGod earth and all things were created by Him and for Him Stop for a moment lookaround you and above you at His wonderful rollingjrock and stream and flower moving going rushing on on on performing the duties their Cre ator assigned them No time for idleness no time to stop and fleetinglifement nearer and usurer the great eternity Now let us consider man the last of his creation and see if ho is at his post of duty andwould you think tor a moment that God did not create him for a purpose and gave him a duty to perform But alas is he performing them Oh I thou drunkard stop just now where you stand and ask yourself the question nm I performing the duties that God assigned mo Let mo run over the list of mywork I nd seo how it compares with my I guido and the footprints of my Savior that he has given me as my I sure refuge and safety in time of trouble lIe begins but he does not read he only tries to stop his from the heart rendering cries hungrIwife and ho sees her as she was I 40 years are young happy and t gay and he sees her now pale heartbroken and sad and ho hears his mothers prayer Godsave my son from intemperence and he hears his father road from the I old family Bible That wine is a mocker strong drink is raging and whosoever is deceived thereby is not wise And now he sees himself as he isn fool a ruined man He thinks he has gone too far that he can never return that he has failed so far from perform ing his duties to God his f and neighbors that there milyI use trying to return but ho hears the voico of his Savior that wept over Jerusalem saying Oh return yo backslider in heart and I will heal your backslidings Oh how ho rejoices aud the angels join in with the happy wife children and friends over the return Now see the indolent young man thats standing down there on the public loafers corner thinking of uothI ing caring for nothing only how to get his next cigarette inviting to como around I see the bright young girls and boys in our school j trying to prepare themselves forij the great duties of life that they mast soon take npon them and battle it through for themselves i for each one has his own duty toI perform and then into the chapel service and see our teachers there trying to impress our young minds with our duty toward God as well as to ourselves and one another now surely he will throw off that coat of do nothingcare for noth ing and fall in lino of duty now you frivilous aimless girl thats talking and thinking of nothing i only the dandy you are going to marry as soon as he proposes now think of the emptiness of such plans and before you dash head long into such destruction look around you and see the many du ties that awaits you that no one can do for you j think of the good that the grand good women are doing in the world that are willing to do their duty The next we take the little school girl and boy and we will see if they are performing their duty as they should to their teachers parents and schoolmates Do your honor and obey them as youshould if not let us all examine ourselves and see if we can not do more and help others more to do their duty May the Lord help us all to fall in line of duty NOTE Our young trends who are turn Ishinif us with these essays are reminded that if they will take rains in writing them and send to Essay Editor ofComlprt Augusta Maine they may secure a prize The subject this month is Kindness to Ani mals and the contest docs not close until the 23th There are four prizes 2 1 50c and a yearly subsciiption to Comfort EDITOR Heiutz the jeweler of Lex ington lHw3T cw advertisement in thi paper to wBich your at tention is directed and we empha size Vcho jeweler because our peo plo vho havo dealt with think thor can not possibly be another whcf give so much satifactb0- Y J t Hazel Greet Acaieay Netes theChristiany night There were twentysix ad ditions to the membership Prof Errett Weir McDairmid of Morehead normal school will deliver an address at this placo on Sunday evening May the 4th The bricklayers began putting up the walls of the new academy on Tuesday morning It will take five or six weeks to do the brick work The young women of the academy will give to the young men who moved the brick a social one evening next week Young man dont you wish you had helped The new campus of the Hazel j Green academy has been named I Harrison Heights in honor of i Mrs Ida Withers Harrison State j President of the Kentucky C W II- B MThere I will be the regular services at the Christian church next Sun day moning and evening Sunday school at 045 and preaching atjj 11a m Junior Endeavor meet ing at 2 30 and preaching at 730 p m I On Sunday the 4th of May the members of theChristian church willmake their annualofferings for home missions It is hoped that every member will have apart in this good workpreaching the gospel in America Home Missions to the Front The name of Hazel Green acad emy has been changed to Pearre Academynormaland prepara I tory school and we are reminded iof You may break you mayJ shatter the vase if you will butJ the scent of the roses will cling round it still Mrs Pearre is theI founder and first secretary of the Christian Womans Board of Missions Preparations are now beingi made for the commencement program of June 1902 in Hazel approachIa that they will be here then Both i National and State officers of the C W B M will be present The young men of Hazel Green academy about Co in number ij have moved from the kiln to the new academy building 130250 bricks The money received for this work will be put into the Hazel Green academy students cottage fund The following persons kindly donated wagons and teams or horses J M Ingram Shefiie James James Perkins BerI nie Finch Chas M Rose John Ward Q C Daniel W P Trim ble Wm H Cord and Dick Franklin All who took part in theI I work will havo their names placed upon the Roll of Honor which will be placed in the Assembly Hall of P A Destroyed by Fire Dave Linden of Gillmore had the misfortune to lose his houseI all his household goods his barn and GO or 70 bushels of wheat and other out houses The fire originated j from a defective flue and theitime not a thing could be saved Mr Linden was confined to his bed when the fire broke out but got on the roof and did all he could without effect Mr Linden had arranged to start for Louisville on Monday morning tojj be operated upon for fistula with which he has been suffering for some time His loss was total we believe as he had no insurance j LATERSince the above was putC in type additional particulars in dicate that the fire was not so disastrous j as at first reported He did not loso his big barn he only lost 85 bushels of wheat and saved all his meat and nearly all his fur niture But he lost between 800 j and 500 panels of rail fence and altogether it was bad onoughII Master Mechanics The two bricklayers engaged on the work at the academy are De weeso Wilgus of Lexington and aI Mr Wood of Richmond The former is a native of Lexington and a son of one of the pioneers in the brick business in that city the late Garrett Wilgus who probably made the brick for at least half the buildings in that city He was also a large contractor and superintended the building of many business houses and dwellings that stand there today as monuments 0 of his energy A Diplex Eiiie E M Russell of this place has invented a duplex engine which with 20 horse power equals an 80 horse power of the ordinary single action engine It is a self contained engine one valve con trols steam for both engines and one governor regulates the speed of them both There is no dead center and the speed is uniform It is easier operated than the or dinary engine and the most economical from the fact that it takes so much less fuel to generate pow er The flywheel being in the center equalizes the power through out and at no point is there any more strain than at another given point He has completed work ing model which he has run with satisfaction but thinks he can yet improve it and will try and per fect it before he attempts to get a patent upon it He is a practical mill right and engineer and what might be termed a genius and the entire plan of this new machine is his own idea Dickas he is familiarly called has a host of friends who wish him success and wealthwith his invention arid all engineers who have seen it believe it will revolutionize stationery en ginesPOOHuioddajP oqi ItJl1ldw8lwS POOH JlII1Ii ii oa ama jou PIP 1q3 saapipota joj iaaora iWj njiojtn 941tt and 21 tijvJ jtra onajsuj jnq iua peg jauv XoueM pooo MOJIU oho People who contemplate build ing should read the ad of Clark Howard of Lexington who are contractors and builders of long experience They have the con tract for the new academy at this place and also the one at More head both of which are being pushed as fast as the weather will allow Bricklayers began work on the building here Tuesday and the walls of the building at More head were completed Saturday The roof is being put on the latter building this week Mr Clark was here this week getting things ready for the brick masons We com mend this firm to the considera tion of all who have work in their line DrFenaersG0 D R I F t1 Fr rt AfiONifg I r z aurethrme lleadarb II minute Toota 8ach II minute Cold IlufHlolonttcForman Fevers GRIP 1 r CURES ANY PAIN INSIDE ox ourtn one to thirty minuteny eroc alssbymiuenYradoalaY- Sold by H F Pieratt Hazel Green Ky I have just returned from Cin beautiIfulmed hats ladies silk and wash waists dress goods belts glovesII c A complete line in ladies furnishings This new stock will be ready for your inspection Friday and Saturday and you are cordially invited to call whether you buy or not tIns F N DAY COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0aflo insure insertion ALL corres pondence must be in this office by Monday night of each week and that nearby on Monday morning Our correspondents are derelict in duty and we want to say that henceforth they will not receive papers except for the week they have news letters We are dependent upon them for the news and when they fail to send in their favors they but us to great inconvenience CAMPTON BRIEFS Willie Kash of Landsaw was in town Saturday Clay Campbell of Hazel Green was here Monday- M F Horton of Lane was at tending county court here Mon day Your correspondent made a fly ing try to Jackson Monday return ing Tuesday Johnathan Elkins of LaneKy- was the guest of Judge Congleton Saturday and Sunday Miss Martha Sewell a student of K W A visited her parents at Lane Saturday and Sunday Taylor P Shockey of the Hazel Green academy was greeting old friends and acquaintances at this place Saturday County Superintendent John W Taulbee was here the greater part of last week distributing cen sus blanks to the various school districts of the county Misses Mary and Arzelia Rose the two accomplished daughters of Rev Powell L toss visited their sister Mrs Wm Whiaman near Fincastlethe past week April 15 I JOK trt mmmmmttmmm9tZiii When you go to Lex g H ington call on LOUIS Be M CUS STRAUS Lead li ing Clothiers of Kentucky nii Make their store headquar U ters Introduce yourself by JH telling em you know Uncle f H Spence and you will meet p with prompt attention iSBmrnnnniminMtf2 rr IIIl11LI1fIIL11 SUNNY SIDErMiss Etta Swango visited this I place from Saturday till Monday r Clay Lacy and family of Days paIrentsj i j ofiiHazeljj i t Saturday on business Mrs Newt Lacy of this section lI who has been visiting relatives on Lacy creek has returned home Miss Callie Oney who has been j clerking for Mrs F N Day offI your town came home Saturday ttf Misses Moats and Nora Cruey who are attending the Hazel Green academy passed through here i I Friday en route to their homo on j Lacy creek I Mrs J W Tnulbeo of Daysboro I who has been visiting her brother William Taylor of Frenchburg for iii the last week is expected home this week April 15 SUSIE SUiBEUIIIj II I SWANGO SPRINGS SAYINGS j II Mrs W H Blnnkenship andII daughter of Consolation were with us Monday Charley Cecil wife and daugh j ters of Lacy creek were guests at The Pines Sunday Mrs Noise Nickoll spent part of last week visiting friends at ConsolationMiss Nickell was at Public Square Sunday j a meeting per haps being the object Miss Bertha Sample one of Lacy creeks benevolent young ladies was on this side Friday Green Taulbee of Neola is mov ing in and taking possession of his recently purchased estate this weekSam Willie and Forrest Caudle students of the Hazel Green academy but who board with D B May visited their homos at Caney last week April 15 UNO Silver YlDanaotto Eggs I have for sale now Silver Wyandotte Eggs at 100 for 13 nfl Are Thoroughbred Buy a setting raise some THOROUGH BRED CHICKENS and you will be no satisfied with the COMMON STOCK First call first served ROBERT I CORD 33 Hazel Green Ky to YEARS EXPERIENCE PATENT TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ao puoonuDf patentstotpedij zedft1IOCJOeSCIENTIFIC AMERICAN tiMMfalhr UhutnUd large etrenlatloB of sffifflsBOOKMUNN 4 CO Ml BrMUwmy Hew fink NOTZHSADSEcviepeeGET aalallln cprtielaLUkAbaiie t ty if o = o q pJ T EWj1 r STOREi wl 1 I I t0i DRY GOODS STORE III DryiJIiJ N GoodsIIf ljJShO i 1ft La Ol 1 1 Suits M I 1Readymade I1 1 SkIrtsrUnderwear J +LADIES AND GENTS FURNISHING GOODS +rajl Lace Curtains and Carpets i o l J t- j ti istfJLOWESTJ TOjgjii nlL HACAN q q OLIc BOURBON a Good Liquor is free from adulteration drugs crude spirits and other harmful ingredients This is a subject worth looking into for as a necessity a luxury and a pleaisure a good stimulant is Important When you want something good send us your orders Hagans Old Bourbon In Jugs Best California Wiiei 4 year old 200 per gallon Sherry per gallon 160 5 year old 225 per gallon JPort per gallon 150 G year old 250 per gallon Blackberry per gal 125 7 year old 275 per gallon Catawba per gallon 125 8 year old 300 per gallon Kelly Island Wines 10 Year Old in Bottles Plain Box Sherry per gallon 125 4 Quarts 300 Port per gallon126G Quarts 450 Blackberry per gallon 100 i 12 Quarts 900 I Catawba per gallon 100 i YOU PAY XPRESS CHARGES e r Send P O Money Order or eglstered Letter to the i r AGAN DSTLUNG rLEXINQT N KYtt i tiT l t t DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news papers Is sure to now cf the wonderful ii i cures made ty Dr y HI l KiercSwampRoctthe i 11 1 and bladder remedy V i It Is the great medi j cat triumph of the nine Iit l teenth covered century after years dis cf 1 UUill scientific research by I Q Dr Kilmer the eml nent kidney and blad der specialist and Is curingcbles and Brights Disease which Is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot Is not recommended for everything but ifyou have kid ney liver or bladder trouble It will be found JJifet the remedy you need It has been tested In so many ways in hospital work in private practice among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful In every case that a special arrangement h lsIi been made by which all readers of this t who have not already tried It may have sample bottle sent free by mall also a aIi telling more about SwampRoot and how find out Ifyol1 have kidney or bladdir trouble When writing mention reading this generous jj tf offer In this paper and I send your address t0aDrKilmerCoBingL u hamton N Y The J regular fifty cent and notneof SwampKnot I dollaraLzes are sold by all good druggists I Worth Many Times the Subscrip i tion Price Jt certainlytt attainedits enterprise is tnot squalled by any daily paper i t Central Kentucky It has had ti strictlyiuptodateof Ken lucky the United States and the world which it iis giving to every now subscriber who pays three dollars for six months I subscription It is the best map obtainable and nothing npproch ing it can bo bought for less than f a dollar The Herald is also giv exquisitefphotograph of some beautiful ac- tressI or man of note similar toII those for which all art stores ask a tt dollar a piece It is worth the subscription price of The Herald simply to obtain these photographs i jj Y Catarrh Cannot be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS as they i Fcannot reach the seat of the disease Catarrh is n blood or con stitutional disease and in order to cure ityou must take internalrem tidies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces i Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quack j medicine It was prescribod by one of the best physicians in this country for years and is a regular prescription It is composed of i the best tonics known combined with the best blood purifiers pct j ing directly on the mucous sur faces The perfect combination of the two ingredients is what pro duces such wonderful results in 4 curing Catarrh Send for testiI i mouials free t FJ CHENEY Co- Toledo 0t Sold by druggists 750 Halls Family Pills are the bests It is feared that the presence of J Pierppnt Morgues at the coro I nation will rather eclipse the star performerMilwaukee Sentinel A Doctors Bad Plight result I Two years ago as ax t tofa severe cold I lost my voice IIjj writes Dr M L Scarbrough anrobstinate cough Ever remed known to me as a practicing phy 1 t sician for 35 years failed and I daily grew worse Being urged to try Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds found quick relief an4 for lastY tten days have felt better than for guaranteedisfor throat and lung troubles For sale at J Taylor Day Hazel Green or SoS Combs Jit Sons Camptou drug stores 50fand 1 Trial bottles free ItnrdshipHelive inn plain mansion at Wol ferts RoostSt Paul Globe The Great Dismal Swamp of Virginia is a breeding ground of Malaria germs So is loir wet or marshy ground everywhere These andsfever aches in the bones and mus cles and may induce dangerous a maladies But Electric Bitters never fail to destroy them and cure malarial troubles They will sure f vly prevent typhoid We tried t many remedies for Malaria and Stomachand Liver troubles r iJ ByesSlIKithing as good as Electric Bitters j TaylorDayCombsdtstoresGuarantee r TH EHExALDnndllfonthly orl e eonedollarii yetr iu advtffce rir Dying of Hiccough The many friends of Prof N B Hayswho taught school here sev eral years ago and who was really the founder of Hazel Green acad emy will regrot to learn that ho is at the point of death The follow ing dispatch from Pinevillo to Louisville Post tells the story The Hon N B Hays candidate for the ofiico of attorney general before the democratic convention of 1900 lies critically ill at his homo in Pineville Ho began hic coughing Saturday the 5th and his physicians have not yet been able to give him relief- Millinery Opening April the 10th 1 will have on hand a largo supply of millinery goods of the very latest styles in cludingladies trimmed untrinimed and drees hats misses and chil drens hats caps and bonnets flowers foliage ornaments etc andIsummer 1902 not lastyears goods but of tho very latest and freshest materials on the market I will prepared to trim hats in any IIho style This will be the priced millinery store in tho mountains quality of mate rials considered I now have on bund a supply of wall paper of the latest designs at prices ranging upwardnLadies are invited to call and ex amine our goods and prices It will cost you nothing to look Miss II C LACY Daysboro Ky Wanted a Change UOf what does your daily menu consist asked the prospective hoarder Oh a little of everything replied the landlady IThon Ill have to pass you up said the p b I get hash three times a day at my present board XewsIChild Worth Millions My child is worth a million to meIs says Mrs Mary Bird of Har risburg Pa yet I would have lost her by croup had I not purchased a bottle of Ono Minute Cough Cure One Minute Cough Cure is surecouro forcoughscroup and throat and lung troubles An absolutely safe cough cure which acts immediately The youngest child can take it with entire safe ty Tho little ones liko the taste and remember how often it helped them Every family should have a bottle of Ono Minute Cough Cure handy At this season especially it may be neededsuddenlyH LTT IA coroners jury at Louisville on the Sth inst returned a verdict that Otto Strassel came to his death at the hands of Albert Slack and that it was a case of willful murder Tho two men wore in love with the same woman a widow named Exstein who lived with them ins boat on the riverfront Dont Live Together Constipation and health never go together DeWitts Little Risers promote easy action of the bowels beentyearsjHI have tried many remedies but Little Early Risers give best re PIEnArryBob Mason a prominent rail roadman was found guilty at jRusselville Ky April 8th of be perIyears Miss Grace Hath the daughter of a shoemaker brought the suit Mason made no defense He is to be married shortly to a popular Owensboro belle s Henry Pieratt bought all tho picture frames the agent of the Chicago Portrait Co had left over and is selling them 50 per cent cheaper than the agent sold them The number is limited and if you want ono youd better move in a hurry as they aro going like hot cakes 52tf A Hamilton Out man has been arrested on a charge of at tacking an enemy with a pitch fork Ho should be prosecuted for infringing on the rights of B TillmanBuffalo Express You cannot buy standard pianos organs buggies sewing machines clocks watches and jewelry as cheap any whore elso as you can of me Como and see samples and you will be convinced You do not have to risk your money with m r uses tr J T GEVEDOX I AinbassadorClayton has success againsthimprompted Washington Post j t 1- iy f Craig Ireland was acquitted at Frankfort April 8th of the kill ing of Acoio Williams colored Tho killing occurred the same day and only about 10 minutes after the assassination of Governor I Goebel Williams remarked thatll he was glad Goebel had been shot Ireland resented thisand Williams assaulted him with a beer glass whereupon Ireland shot him The jury was out only 20 minutes Sheriff T F Stamper arrested J William Brewer and his son Lewis on the Sth inst on a charge ofI i abducting Abbio Harvey a 12 yearI old girl from the home of Calvin Hutton at Lane this county Both Brewer and Hutton who are uncles claim to be her guardian I Governor Beckhain through Adjutant General Murray issued a proclamation on the 8th instI authorizing all bodies of Confederate veterans from other states to carry arms while passing through Kentucky en route to the Confed orate reunion in Dallas iiel a Sharp Ax j Millions marvel at the multitude lof maladies cut off by Dr Kings New Life Pillsthe most distress ing too Stomach liver and bowel troubles dyspepsia loss of appetite jaundice biliousness fever malaria all fall before these wond er workers 25c for sale by J T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sons Campton Tho bricklayers were expected hero the latter part of last week and the probability Is that by the time this is published they will be laying the walls of time academy with a song of more mort America may be no place for a gentleman but it was a good enough place for 0657 immigrants to come to on one day last week I New York World- Representative John Wesley Gainesof Tennesseehas notmade a speechon the Philippines for mor than a week He has been away New York Herald Mark Hauna says ho ill not a candidate for the republican presidential I nomination in 1904 May bo he thinks it will be forced upO himSalt Lake Herald- WANTEDTrustworthy men and women to travel and advertise fo old ostablishedhouseof solid 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 855 Caxtoa Bldg Chicago U Suit was brought at Mt Sterling on the 8th inst against the C and- O l railroad by James Freeman for I I 10000 for alleged carelessness t I causing an accident If itiestillAddicksornobody I Delaware would be most honorably represented in the Unitedl States by MrNobodyNewYorT- ribune k After more mature Representative Richardson hasI come to the conclusion that it wasi not a merry Christmas KansasI I City Journal The political rainbow which Col Watterson sees when he looks northward exists only jn the mists Triof buns Hon Lyman J Gage has beenI elected president of the United States trust compauy Virtue finds its fitting reward Denver Newt For 28c in stamps you can get a free trial of Wilsons Tobacco Cure Has cured thousands CORP WIL80 f3oy Calvert Texas indted r lIttk WINCHESTJEB KY N H WITHERSPOON President HUNTEBCasbleV r Paid up Capital 10000000 Surplus 2000000 Handsome deposit of 40421648 This Bank solicits the aocounU of mer chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and offers us customers every raelllt an tlr 01leeltimateI GOnSBftlJUOQ Ganlle GUIDa r As easily as a common cold by the FILl PINO REMEDY brought from the Philip pines by a soldier who served there for two twolyear3 S y L t- AIAI i I f- i JLJtttf 1111 eeeeeeeaa4Ma + +a run 0 1 io 1 icani less than dealers prices A savingof 15 per cent is guar anteed you But you must be quick as these are all we have Fryes Element of Geography 52 seats Pryef Complete Geography 8100 I Cyrs First Reader 23 cents Cyri Second Reader 29 teats Gyrt Third Reader 40 cents Cyrs Fourth Reader 48 centzICyrs Filth Reader 58 cents Childrens Primer 10 cents Prince Arithmetic Grade I IB cents i 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Ky I purchased some of the Vitro Ore of andrVita Ore Elixer my nerves were a steady aa when I was 1C years of wee and I am now past 75nr more than a year I had been trying nil the patent medicines and nostrums I could hear of to build myself up but nothing did me any good until I used Vitro Ore which my wife brought me trim your house After using it a week I went out and did three days as hard work as I have done in 26 years and I was not more fatigued than I was 25 years ago over the same work It is the grandest medicine in the world and I want everybody in the mountain to know what it did for me so they ma try it Hoping every one who has that tired feeling incident to old age will buy Vita 0re of you and give it a fair trial I remain thankfully yours for putting me on to this remedy JAMES LACY I can vouch for every word Mr Lacy says in the above I am his wife and bought the medicine of Mr Cooper foi him though I did not have much fait in it because we had tried so many things that did no good I have stet aced Vitro Ore and am stronger and it better health than for years which 1 attribute to its use MRS SOUTHEY LACY Lacy Creek Ky June 1 190- 11fsifVitaOre is I a package which makes 1 quart of Elixer Dose Om teaspoonful in glasaof water Mailed tr any address on receipt of price Addreo COOPERHAZEL j r2 t 51ifJ t o 3 o f tV M r1I OB 1i1 I FiTiWCdf ENVELOPES NOTEHEADS BILLHEADS f LETTERHEADS SALEBILLS PROGRAMS CIRCULARS CATALOGS MINUTES L c c c t I1 Wehave Three Fast Presses a Power Paper Cutter and 40 Years Experience enables us to Court Com i parison and Defy Competition When g you want PRINTING come and see us Respectfully c L SPENCER COOPER Di j cVfi Y G 1 C 0 C i1 C 0- 4ientuci Newspaperii rataiDan YriYLESThe THAN 1 C A ADAYyI I I Brightest and Seat Paper la the SeuthIrom IOtar tiSaturdayiI and lncyeopedl AIanKedltlon ii 5 of 0 er ea FReE to allaending In their ubKrllltloa for itODe Year befre itRATESONLYiironapplicationw One Month SOC iiJ iR eeHotI w V S THE 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