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awtGyrHrlhAstty1ddress GOOD TIMES Columbia O i iIt 1111 I I I I I I 1 111111 11 I I 11 III I I I I I I 1 I ine above magazine tree for ij months to new Herald subscriber lAiLErin FAME Mi mi daily TM Cblcw Pist EUlI rLIVE STOCK Sllltcr shrill Mi IIitpTh CMegl PHI rMSwMat skHH rid WfjTfcl Wop Past as EwjIMW Styftf sMi Mi felljTfce CHiisi Put THE GREAT MARKET NE ER TIE lEST IS NONE Tliytlll FM YW leror pabaabse of senspar- N Subscribe through your eommieion arm I Ado1resl PH matalatag t1a Myrs1u eek BdIle pIeIN free oa regn ep m THE CHICAGO POST Chicago III j ii IPtlSOqn i oStres II MaMertiae Dug eoa Where Peter all Fail Were Ctifiie Ii Cells of Solid Rock Rome Cor Chicago Record Heraldl O SPOT IN ROME is more T interosting to the Christian world than Mamertine Prison which is excavated from the solid rock under the Capitol Hill of Rome for there the Apos ties Peter and Paul were confined for nine months bound by chains to a pillar which is still shown There is no doubt as to the histor ical accuracy of this statement although most of the traditions and legends connected with the place are probably fabulous For example visitors are shown a deep impression in the rOCKY walls of the dungeon which bears some resemblance to the profile of a hu man face and the monk in charge tells them that it was made by Pe ters head as he leaned against the stone Another version accounts for it in an even more remarkable manner One of the guards is said to have jammed Peter against the wall of the dungeon with such violence that his head made this deep impression III the center of the floor which is of natural rock is a flowing spring a remarkable phenomenon which according to the legends of the church opened miraculously in answer to the prayers of St Peter in order that he might have water to baptise the guards whom he lied converted Livy and Plu tarchhowever mention this spring long before the apostles were con fined here Juvenal also describes it and it is mentioned by Sallust who depicts the horrors of the prison in his account of the exe conspiratorsIis comparatively modern At the time of Peter and Paul prisoners were lowered through a hole in the upper floor It was from this prison that Cicero came forth and announced to the people in the Forum the execution of the Cati lino conspirators by the single word Vixerunt they have ceas ed to live What is more interesting to us however is the fact that from here Peter wrote his second epis tie and Paul his second epistle to Timothy their farewells to the Christian world Peter said lShortly I must put off this tab ernacle even as our Lord Jesus Christ has showed me Neverthe 5 less we according to His promise l look for new heavens and a new earth wherein dwelleth righteousness And Paull said For I am now ready to be offered and the time of my departure is at hand I have fought a good fight I have finished my course I have kept the faith The prisons are entered through a small church known as St Pietro in Carcere hung round with votive offerings and blazing with candles and lamps It is the favorite church of the criminal classes and upon the walls are cu rious contributions to the honor of the saints rnstydaggersknives pistols and other instruments of murder and violence which are supposed to have been brought here fresh from use and hung up e beside the altar to propitiate St Peter It is customary for the as- sassins= thieves pickpockets and burglars of Rome to make offer ings here as soon as possible after they have committed crimes with the hope no doubt of securing I pardon Formerly when the cler gy had a stronger hold upon the I people the receipts were very large Now they are much less Ij and growing smaller every year j A most valuable and interesting contribution to criminal annalsl might be made if the priests of St Pietro in Carcere had kept a record of the confessions that have been made in this little church There is an impression that the priests have had frequent and close communion with the pot f jy 1 Iv lice authorities but the secrets of the confessional have never been violatedA further up the hill is the church of St Pietro in Vincoli in which chains worn by Peter in prison are now preserved and form j one of the greatest attractions t6 I pilgrims in Rome In chapter 12 of the Acts of the Apostles we I read And when Herod would j have brought him forth the same j night Peter was sleeping between two soldiers bound with two chains and the keepers before the door I kept the prison And behold the angelof the Lord came upon him j and a light shined in thejrison and he smote Peter on the thigh and raised him up saying Rise I up quickly And his chains fell off from his hands I The identical chains are said to have been recovered in the year I 12G by the martyr Balbina and by her given to Theodora sister of Hermes prefect of Rome from whom they passed into the hands of Pope Alexander They were deposited by him in this hurchII which was originally founded by Theodora in the year 100 and here they have since been preserved Both Hermes the mayor of Rome at that time and his sis ter Theodora who was a woman of wealth and high social position were converted to Christianity by AlexanderMany are told of mira cles performed by these chains The sick have been cured theI wounded have been healed cripples have been made whole by kissing the cold iron and in the early centuries it was customary for tbeI Popes to send minute filings from them in crystal receptacles as a reward to kings and emperors and others who performed great ser vice for the church They are preserved in a beautifully sculp tured casket of gilded silver with glass panels through which they can be plainly seen There are two chains each about four feet long with links of equal size which is due to the many filings At the end of one of them is an iron collar which is said to have encir cled the neck of St Peter Waiti te Help Oilers I had stomach trouble all my life says Edw Mehler proprietor of the Union Bottling WorkeErie Pa and tried all kinds of rem edies went to several doctors and spent considerable money trying FinallyIt and have been taking it to my great satisfaction I never found its equal for stomach trouble and gladly recommend it in hope that I may help other sufferers Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures all stomach troubles you dont have to diet Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat H F PIEBATT Otort1 RerresestativN Georgetown college has selected A K Wright to represent that in stitution at the coming intercol legiate oratorical contest Henry Browning was selected as representative to the Chautauqua con test Let H Alone1 Scotts Emulsion is not a good medicine for fat folks We have never tried givingit to a real fat person We don dare You see Scotts Emul sion builds new flesh Fat people dont want it Strong people dont need it But if you are thin Scotts Emulsion is the medicine for you It doesnt tire you out There is no strain The work is all natural and easy Yo l jjust take the medicine an thats all there is to it The next thing you know you feel betters you eat better and you weigh more Itii- a is quiet worker Send for free aapIe- eCOTr0 efti 13te1 Y MII i7tf fr- OJ c Oriii of Sassafras Sprouts Oar Ulan about town while nosing around for news on Friday morning last heard a story of the origin of the sassafras sprout that sounds almost incredible and few indeed can swallow it without a grain of salt But we give it for what its worth Many of the present generation have heard it said that the sassafras sprout springs from the grub worm but no one believed it in the absence of proof Johnny Kash who lives a mile or so below town was an unbeliever but a few days ago while sitting on the ground conversing with an acquaintance he discovered two sas safras sprouts about three inches high Taking his penknife he dug carefully around them and gently pulled them up when he discovered that the roots were imbedded in a grub worm the size of a mans third finger H F Pieratt Mason Ingram and others are witnesses of the fact and Mr Kash intended- to bring the freak to THE HERALD office But Tom Hendrie the fur and hide man of Lexington who was also a witness of the phenomenon begged so for it that Johnny sold it to him for 25 cents These facts were told our m a t by Mr Kashand vouched for by Mr Pieratt Dr Center came in in the meantime and being appealed- to said he had personally witnessed three other instances of this peculiar phenomenon and toldof a family in Breathitt which has an eight inch sprout growing out o tthe middle of a grub worm This was sufficiently corroborative to Jbe convincing to the most skeptical and our m a t was led to wonder why a thing so beautiful as the butterfly and one so annoying i no account and stubborn as ithe sassafras sprout should spring ifrom the same source Here is a inut for naturalists and scientists to crack and we should like to have the phenomenon explained Saved Mamy a Tiae Dont neglect coughs and colds even if it is spring Such cases often result seriously at this sea fson just because people are care less A dose of One Minute Cough Cure will remove all danger absolutely safe Acts at once j sure cure for coughs colds croup grip bronchitis and other throat and lung troubles I have used One Minute Cough Cure several years says Postmaster C 0 Dawson Barr Ill It is the very best cough medicine on the market iit has saved me many a severe spell of sickness and warmly recommend it The childrens favorite H F PIERATT Graited a Practise The Bath county fiscal court has granted a franchise to the tit Sterling d Sharpsburg railwa company to build a line betwe- ethoe n points provided their line was in operation inside of five years The company is capitalized at 30000 A Nearly Fatal Ruaway started a horrible ulcer on the leg of J B Orner Franklin Grove Ill which defied doctors and all remedies for four years Then Buckleus Arpica 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 lettuce Explai ted Little Hellen had gone to church l for the first time and while I Jesustis Calling Today When she got home her mother asked her who was there and she said Oh everybody but Jesus and He wa I out calling For Sale One Fay No8 six roll 8 inchl lightning floorer with beading at tachment One Fay carriage cut Sox uLexington Ky Two new oil wells came in on Bfchland Creek near Barbourville on the 15th instSwan Lake Companys well No 2 and the At lantic and Pacific Companys well producersTheJirlt I the air At fJl v u dI PoorlyII I Ie For two years I suffered ter greatdepressionpoorly 1 then tried Ayers Sarsa parilla and in one week I was a new manJohn McDonald Philadelphia Pa Dont forget that its Ayers Sarsaparilla that will make you strong and hopeful Dont waste your time and money by trying some other kind Use the old tested tried and true Ayers Sarsapa= rilla SLH a WIle All waI Aak 7081 doctor wbit he thinks of Ayer BtruptrUU U know til about Utliicnnd old I mJlT medicine Follow tilt alTie and w will be aUtdJ ran CO LOW 1I UlM The Law Will Be Enforced In reference to the alleged pur chase of the L and N railroad by the Southern railway Governor Beckham when asked what he would do if such was the case said The law on the subject is well known as to purchase of competing lines and will be enforced 1 i J have not been advised however that the Southern has purchased or contemplated pnrchrsing the L and N lines The law is as follows telefi phone bridge or common carrier 1 company shall consolidate its cap ital stock franchises or property or pool earnings in whole or in part with any railroad telegraph telephone bridge or common car rier company owning a parallel ortcompeting line or structure or oc quire by purchase lease or other wise any parallel or competing line or structure or operate the same nor shall any railroad com puny or other common carrier companies make any contract withLI L the owners of any vessel that leaves or makes port in this stateor with any common carrier by which combination or contract the earn ings of the one doing the carrying are shared by the one not doing the carringLShot In His Left Leg For all kinds of sores burns bruises or other wounds DeWitts N Witch Hazel Salve is a sure cure Skin diseases yield to it at once J Never fails in cases of piles cool ing and healing none genuine but = DeWitts Beware counterfeits I suffered for many years from a sore caused by a gun shot wound in my left leg says A S Fuller English Ind It would not heal and gave me much trouble I used furypurpose until I tried DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve A few boxes f completely cured me H F PIERATT Escaped Prisoner Captured Sam Rodes one of the five pris T- oners who escaped from the George town jaillast September has been recaptured near the county lines of Fayette and Scott by Deputy Sheriff John McElroy and tht Sheriff of Scott county Rodes isI under indictment at Georgetown on the charge of horse stealing Electric Belt 01 Trial To introduce it and obtain agents tho undersigned firm will send a few of their Electric Belts on trial on the following terms 100 to Belteproves beneficial and the balance 200 to be paid in sixty days if Ithe Belt effects a cure These Belts are a positive cure for Rheuma troublesStomach and Liver trouble Asth ma etc Address at once GERMAN ELECTRIC AGENCY tf P O Box 1874NewYork NY Chas White colored barber of Louisville was sentenced on the 15th inst to two years in the pen itentiary with 500 fine for vend- Ing lottery tickets ITOTBEDUA sick lady cured of her deafness and noises in tho head by Dr Nicholson bitIso procure the Ear Drums may have them free Address No 4486 The Nicholson iMtitute 780 Eighth Avenue NewYork irlr Dco j L JIf pr r1 t t f fSUBSCRIPTION I RATESI0 + Single copy + j The date after your name indicate j jrenew yon are paid to You should 10 day before time is out and 5t alway give postoffiee county and t state when renewing or to have your 3 address changed Itemittauct should be made by M J 0 registered letter or bank draft ssz M COUNTY + DIRECTORY + s HAZEL GREEN POLICE COURT Ar JudgeJW N NICKEIX Deputy Marshall BOARD OF TUSTEES W O MIZE Chairman W H CORD Jolts D DAVIS JOHN M ROSE JJOHN H ROSE 0CIRCUIT COURT Third Monday in January FourthsMonday in April and Third Monday in September JudgesAJ F VANSANT Master Commissioner C C HANKS Trustee Jury Fund 0 4 tCOUNTY COURT First Monday in each month JudgeW FRANK STAMPER Sheriff C C FOLKS County Attorney J B LITTLE JailerIS N HOBBS Assessor SurveyorFRAXK J W TAULBEE County Supt 0MAGISTRATES COURTS E TIME OF HOLDING AND OFFICIALS FIRST DISTRICT ELIAS SHOCKEY Magistrate No time set for holding courtSECOND DISTBICT JOHN TX ROSE JR Magistrate S N NORMAN Con stable Court days First Thursday in February May August and November Magistratt FebruaryMayFOURTH DISTRICTR R LEGO Magistrate WM SPENCER Constable Court days First Friday in March 5 June September and December FIFTH A SIXTHJ N CHAMBERS c Magistrate in both districts DAVID ThirdFridayNovember DOLLSMagistrateCourt days First Saturday in March June September and December rMagistratetime for holding court Lexington and Hasten HallwaytTime Table in Effect Oct 20 1901 EAST BOUND I NO2 No4 STATIONS Daily ez Daily ez Snuday Sunday kexingtonamInchelterj LAEJuncni 3 07 pm 8 37 am t Clay City 3 40 pm 9 13 am t Stanton 3 51 pm 9 23 am I 1raororrentamBeattyveacksonp I y 11 30 am WEST BOUND No1No3I STATIONS Dally ex I Dully aI Sunday Sunday I M Jackon 6 25 am I 20 po 1torrentpmNatpm3tanton Y ryLdEJancnpOIWlncheter = x r pmLuicgtonIO OenllIaDagerCIlAS T R MORGAN S P A 0 ft E BRANCH lme Table la Effect Junary 1 1H2 EASTBOUND WEST BOUND No22 No 21 Daily ex STATIONS Dally ex Sunday Sunday m arr p m lev 9 45 amJackson 1 00 pm 4 9 40 am 01 K Junction 1 OS pm 8 45 am VHbnrnU 1 55 pm 8 30 amHampton 2 10 pm 7 45 am Lee City 3 00 pm 7 35 am Helechawa 3 10 pm 7 00 am Cannel City 3 45 pm F1M L CONLEY Superintendent x LOUJ8VIJL TIN AND STOVE COMPANY Jobbers and Dealers in aX EiT 4IEISyJapamd and finnan c IAOUXIIVLLTsrXT DILLER + BENNETT WHOLESALE rURNITUR1 The Largest Exclusive 527WMtlJH Wholesale Furniture Dealer in the South LOlllTille LyrREM BEVERSON COt WHQLISA1I4 k SUDLr608512 W lCADf STREET LOUIZVILLZrIii i T a3 BERmft I I II SPENCER COOPER Editor =C =HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY April 24 yr lox F A 1002jjI t 4 Prestonburg is this week anjtx nounccd as a candidate for the democratic nomination for congress To most democrats js in the district Frank Hopkins is too well known to need an I introduction at our hands l though there may be ninny who have not the pleasures 011I rhisacquaintance To all such I we can say with a clear conscience that Eastern Ken tucky has never produced a more worthy son than is he He is one of the people He dr was a poor boy raised on the farm and worked out his edu j 4 cation as a farmer boy lIe is strictly temperate never touches ardent spirits of any kind Although a successful lawyer he has voluntarily given up the practice of his profession to engage in farm ing where he is introducing the best strains of all kinds of livestock He is also exper qi imenting with new crops j I being one of the first to in troduce cowpeas which he has I been growing for the 1pastI five years The practical- knowle ge thus attained puts y him in a position to know the j I needs of the farmer and labor sing man as well or better than any other man in the Mountains i Mr Hopkins reInc1I i sented his district in stitutional convention of 1890 brllFI i liant members As a politician I j he has always been wheelhorse in the lc1I10cmticI I ranks but his pulling has been for the other fellow liar II ing served the party and hisjj fellsa11 IetheIe of the chicken pie And all I who know the sacrifices he has made for his friends know that he is entitled to the in the political pantry lIei stII is active industrious and nev j er idle which have him success in all broughtII ings and if elected i gress it can be honestly saidtt that the Tenth district will Il have a sober industrious working I member Had he consented P to chicanery in conventions l in the past he could have been S the nominee of the party long t since but he is a man above I trickery and we sincerely hope every democrat in the district will give his claims due con sideration by the time the con vention is called D 1Y GARDNER chairman of r the Tenth congressional district has called a meeting at the mem f bars of the committee of Salyers l vine on the 29th inst to Ox time- and place for a convention to 5 nominate democratic candidate for congress from this district and its is hoped there will be a full at tendance i r S HON P A HOPKINS democratic j candidate for congress in this S Tenth district will speak at jtonbfs nomination and all democrats o of the county should hear him li ASTORIAts JNgfciaiUi ui Children s x NNi AIwar rIlrax 4f r4f HON DON M DICKINSOX who has been rather inclined to favor PhilipI dI his eyes opened by the operation Iof i the sedition laws Speakingj on the subject he said I would1 rather give up those islands lose all they cost us lower the flag a thousand times and get out o Porto Rico Cuba and Hawaii than toseo our civil authorities noto say our civil authorities revive the sedition laws tholiko ot which were so abhorred and so hated au whoso existence on our 11 books was so brief and so to their authors in the administration of John Adams Glad Mr I1Dickinson has recovered his dom ocratic eyesight IT would bo interesting to kno how much it cost the bucks- shops proprietors of the country to get the prohibitive tax imposed upon them repealed and how muchof the money will be turned over to the republican congres sional campaign committee IGE 1 reIPhilippinesIh ihigher status as a race than most republicans do and his opportunities for knowing them have cer tainly been as great as those of any other man Xo AMOUNT of wriggling can al tor the fact that reports from rep utable civil officials in the Philippines were suppressed by the war department because they contradicted reports given the public by tthat department EUGENE WAKE the new commis sioner of pensions is an expert jpoker player as well as a poet Ho won u seat in congress in a game of ffreezeout onto but one of th 1 losers prevented his getting it ACCORDING to Gov Taft Col Gardner was worthy of belief anII confidence until he showed up the PhilpI actICIIAUNCKY DEPEWS announce moat that he did not desire reelection had a sour grapish sound Was that Ills reason for dragging out the bloody shirt Ib THE beef trust is bigger than congress it is time for the voters to know it Action on the house resolution to investigate this trust will tell the story As THEME are two sides to everything that lecture manager might find it profitable to bring the com wander of the Bulgarian brigands to tell his side lover morning Have you chipped in your dollar to the 70000 000 river and harbor bill and how lmuch benefit do you expect it will be to you- Gov1tE r defends the arrest of Philippine editors under the sedi tion Ilaws Of course He iis largely responsible for those laws CHINAS rebels either have con trolof the news dispensers or are licking the government troops with regularity W T Caskey is in Louisville laying in his spring and summon youIniceiKeep It in Your Home And when the bowels fail to act properly take a dose of LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP It acts gently but effectually ou the kidneys liver and bowels will keep your system in good working order and make your complexion clear Sold by J C Stamper Grassy Creek SwangoOney- At the residence of the brides mother ire Margaret Oney near town on Wednesday April 23rd at 2 oclock p m Miss Callie Oucy and Curtis Swango of Mont gomery county were united in the bonds of matrimony Rev Wm H Cord officiating Immediately after tho ceremony the bridal couple left for Helechawa where they this morning took the train for thence to Mt Sterling and then to Chambers station in Menefee county near which place they will reside Their friends join us in wishing them a pros and pleasant journey along he pathway of life Read the prices in Racket Stored and send SIr Purcell a mail order or betterstill mak8hima visit iin personst J JI i r t i Ceifwtertte IiutaCAMPTOV WOLFE COUNTY KY Editor HAZEL GREEN HERALD DEAR SIRThere will be are union of the surviving D moor of Company C 5th Kentucky Regt C S A held at Caney Morgan county on Wednesday 14th day of May 1902 It is specially request fled each member of said company 11be presentat said reunion as it is very much desired to effect an or I ganization and plans for a reunion of the surviving members of said company each year so long as there are two members of said company living Will you please make mention of said fact through the columns of your paper in next weeks iissue and oblige your friend You are specially invited to be present trulytj KINS Copartiership H F Pierntt has sold a half interest in his store and stable L c to H C Quickeall who is now under engagement with Day Co at Frozen Creek They will in voice today when Willie Quick still his brother will take his placeI in the store for tho time being Mr Pieratt has out side interests that demand his at tenting and in self defence had to have an interested partner in the store Mrs Emma Duff who has been housekeeping here for severalI months past for the purpose of sending her son Newton to Hazel Green academyand who also board ed Misses Alma and Eula Perry for the same purpose left this week for her home at Spencer Her weekstsince to assist in the store and Mrs Duff felt that it was her duty to be with her boys Hence thee removal and the young ladies have also gone The Day Millinery has the finest line of millinery goods including ladies furnishings notions hats dress goods trimmings welts etc etc ever seen in tho mountains Go today and inspect it personally See ad of Reducto and if too corpulent buy some Sure shot Send 3oc and get a free trial of Wilsons Morphine Cure tested for 14 years and always successful Send to CORP WILSON f 30y Calvert Texas 1BEDUCTol R E D 0 Is a perfectly harmless veg etable compound It posi tively and permanentlyI eliminates corpulency and supeiflous flesh It is a CURE ABSOLUTE and as harmless as fresh air Thousands of patients have Pbyjsiciansus for sample FREE TREATMENT Send 25 cents to cover pottage etc Correspondence strictly ioIcan at it you desire you have no fear of evil effects Address GINSENG CHEMICAL CO 3701 SO JEFFERSON AYE ST LOUIS MO ry E UI o o uiii Ci T IIBEDUCTOII WALTHAM WATCHES NEW ENGLAND WATCHES INGERSOLL WATCHES They range from size of a 20c pIece to the size of a doork- nobIOQTCIOOOO and upward WERE HEADQUARTERS FOR WATCHES F J HEINTZ JEWELER LEXINGTON KY- IirWe do watch repairing also XOTBItJilA1SZIIaa JHucrIate LB L r Ii r t JJ fi The following nino lots will bo sold at a low price for the cash ti I CneteJyeDe I Address COURTNEY McGUIRE Clay C- ityrs rJ F SADLER CoEstablished COMMISSION MERCHANTS THE SALE OaIIIeflogsSfteep and Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI O Long Distance Telephone WEST 101 Llberal cash advances made upon consignments and sales guaranteed W R CRAWFORD CO Live Stock Commission Merchants FOR THE SALE OF Cattle Hogs Sheep Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI 0 ALSO Bourbon Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY We have an Eastern outlet for all desirable stock at liifliesi prices Consignments solicited All correspondence cheerfully answered HUGHES CHILL TONIC PALATADLE Better than Calomeland Quinine Contrinsuo Arsenic THE OLD liELIAIJLK ILOOKI HugheiTonicta EVELLENT ENEBAL TOM As a Sure Cure Swamp Fevers Just what you need season IT Laxative Nervous Sedative Splendid Tonic Guaranteed Try It Dont take substitute Luc 1 SUCCESSWORTH KNOWING Forty rests success in the South tiughetTonic a great rem edy for CbUls hall 1866 early Chills Fevers Acts the the well for Chills Fevers Bilious NEVER FAUSI ltoltles proves fevers IItEIA1tEI1 ROBINSONPETTET CLARK 5 HOWARD CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS 206208 E LEXINGTON KY Honest material master mechanics and consciencious calculations are their stock in trade Hence it is that satisfaction is guaranteed UPTODATE MAr OF KENTUCKY glvlDgeTery theworldGIVEN AWAY FREETo subscriber torII The Morning Herald Tie hlgy of tile IIIe grass You also set a beautiful photograph with every issue THE WAY TO GET ONE Send your subscription with nameandfortwosix In advaace THE LEXINQTON PUBLISHING CO Printery Building Lexington Ky H G ROBINSON BEATTYVILLE KY General Salesman for R M HUGHES CO LOUISVILLE KY Manufacturers of HighGrade YIzPtt GIII Solicits orders from the merchants of the mountains and guarantees isUifaetion A- mail will receive prompt attention EVERY PAIR OF TIGER + PANTS I Made Perfect in FitlFullia Seat and Leg and Rip STAC + SHIRTSAre andBetter 1 ltiTHAZEL r j Sr j- t i I t I L in FOR OF LAMBS A HT1UC1I IN rUn taken in Spring te iI Dengue on and tones up system as and and Fevers at this hind any At Druggist and malarial order BY I INCOKPOKATKU CO LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Main AN every LeMiIc Sunday in months Blue Grass Jurseries SPRING I9O2I- VFriit ami Oraaseatal Jreee Grape Yuan Asparagus Small Fralti and Everythtei far Orchard Laws ui Oar 4 i We kayo ae iMts tat sell direct te the punter Strawberry aii G ia ral CttalofOQ M application to H F HILLENMEYER LEXINGTON KY Silver Wotte Eggs have WyaadotteEggs Then Are Theretitkbred THOROUGHBRED longer satisfied with the COMMON STOCK First call Fret served ROBERT I CORD 83 Hazell Green KT c ya xr O y tr I 1Q1 H U OkMtMt Store OH Earth Quality of Goods Considered r e H F PIERATTDKALKR IN l tiali it a MiitiAiDti Live Stock Country Produce LIVERY AND FEED STABLE Horses Hacks Buggies cf for hire ut all times and charges reasonable LU1WBERRough Dressed and Tongue and Grooved i All kinds for sale 150000 feetyet to dispose of at living prices u TA ES a fjlorJanuary 1 1902 to make settlement in full Dont delayor it youYour PIERATT ttM w CECIL BROS We Ftmcy Grocers Have in Stock and Sell Iw for CASH tilt following goods jarJELLIESI 25c poundSUGAHl poundCADOVA in town 12Jc 7 packageSWEET for 25c KKA U1 3 pound can tOe CORN lOc per can PEAS 2 cans 25c tintclassJ TAYLOR DAYCARRIES IN STOCK A FULL LINE OF Ladies Dress Goods FurnishingsLadiesShoes Standard Groceries 1 Lamps and dueensware Cutlery and Hardware Boots Shoes Hats Caps In fact everythingusually found in firstclass store Gxand Openingo OF 01 Jn MILLINERY o AT THE o DAYMILLINERY- 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 thisEline do not fail to call at once k- C sHOESAlso I will sell you shoes at 100 that I have always sold at 125 and the same pro portion clear through B member this is for CASH ONLY J Mw ROSE z THE PEOPLES FRIEND JUlZEL GIIEEJROJIflEoo R f AND PREPARATORY SCHOOL IINODAL oo=present term began September 8 largest enrollment in the history of I the school The SKMd Susie bffins JANUARY IIrI1902I l ySfA thorough practicalschool for young men and ActdecCommercialDepanmeotI Tnltlon SUfOO for 38 WeeksBoard t00 per Week For particular write W H CORD Prtaslpalf 1 3 t = r x r CatarrhIs a constitutional disease It originate In a scrofulous condition o l the blood and depends on that condition- It i often causes headncho nod dizziness i i ofiIt is always y pennar 11 cured by the bloodimrifylnp altcrativi and tonic action of Hoods SarsapariilaTn- ls I great medicine has wroueht the mostt wonderful cures of nil tisonws tiriendlnf on scrofula or tic wrotuUM habit RooDS 1ILU are the Lest cutiuxuo t f THE HEIAItD a Mrs John Day of Index Morgan county was visiting her son Cap t Day tt the Day House from Mon day until Wednesday Judge Blair of Morgan county was here Sunday to see his daugh ters Missos Clara and Annie who are students at the academy t lisslAliceI pleasant guests of Rev HI D f Adams and family from Saturday until Monday Sorttiparillrt is the liicdii HOODS impure blood eruptions weakness and funeral debilityit positively and absolutely CURES Our Neola letter reached us toot late for this issue but willappear in next weeks paper Correspon i itmsiin Monday if possible We have received a long letter from one of our former citizens flow in Oklahoma mainly descrip tive of that country which we will publish with next issue ofour t tpalteriw t Van Adkins who lives on JEd Cecils farm just east of town cut his right shin bone very severely splittingfrstaves and has since been nursing the wound 5 Several items are crowded out this issue because they didnot come to hand earlier All com munications should come in not r later than Monday to insurd in y sertion in current issue t iII I For Contiiatioi lakeLroIu A Srllm leni remJy Cc I LdiesandcnllCcucttttsplaeAtwtalentJtper 1 ateatIltarm ca wduwicucuuuumcu lectern Sold by J C Stamper Grassy Creek l lrExSheriff Sam Henry L dangerously ill at his home near i m TTl hnn Indeed at this writ rtragi he is not expected to survive I He is suffering with kidney and i bladder trouble in an aggravated jy form fo The following named persons a fc registered at the Day house since t oar last report Henry Mattock l fc Knoxville Jim Pres Power Sal I yersville Judge Davis West Lib p5r erty Mr Bakor Lynchburg Va and Harry Maupin of Gatlotts- fc burg V a Mrs Calvin Stamper who has J rt been keeping house here during the winter BO that her grand o children the children of her sons Joe and Docleft here Saturday for her home at Goodwins chapel and the parsonage whichsho oc 1- x pjried is vacant Topics for sermons Sunday at r tUte Christian church are at 11 a I BQ Soul Preservation at 745 pm Conditions of Eternal Life g Everybody is cordially invited to I epdeach service Neglect not F the assembling of yourselves to- ti f felher as the manner of some is t1 tj DRFENNERS i t GOLDEN RELIEFs CURES ANY GRIP coLDs ftS IRNatmsa- TlflGS seal rssoar Maas NEURALGIA t INSIDE OR OUT DIARRMtEA Dniaotifc in 1 to 8 minutes 25c6Oe1 old by H F Tieratt Hazel Green Ky Quite a crowd from Caney spent 1 Sunday in Hazel Green Among them Mr Myrt and Miss Maud Ktxey Everett Back Mrs 0 H Swango Will Pelfroy Miss Mc Clare Mr and Mrs Harlis Mrs I Womack3w leIton They were guests of John MRose for dinner and apparent 3y enjoyed their visit very much Mr Salome is drilling tho oil wells j seemsjYelp much encouraged with the outlook When you have head ache or Jwuralgia try Triphone Sold by 18 Combs Sons Campion j and I frF Pieratt Hazel Greentf w yakr x t I IWDlII COMES BACK i SAM WIUBON iBYglowfTheir merriest chimes from bough to boug In one sweet welcome ring The mountains will be dressed in green Without a mar or stets And brighter will the sunlight gleam When she comes beck again The crimson rose the queen of flowers Shall with the violets wear Their brightest gayest plumage To greet her presence near The lillies will in whispers chant Some pure and sweet refrain Allnature will be happy then When she cornea back again EXERCISES IN COMPOSITION I Among Pupils Under Prof Noah Cisco at The Academy Oney Age 15 Hazel Green acad jjCrrell EVERY MAX mAe A DUTY TO IKRFORM- As wo look around us wo see that every man has n duty to perform That is n work to do n mission to fulfill We feo a man toiling patiently anti earnestly on the farm earning his bread by the sweat of his browthis is his duty he has I to perform Wo seo men and women in all tho vocations of lifeII sonic are poets historians and orators some are missionaries to foreign lauds carrying the gospel to the heathen all having a duty to perform The man is hidden in the child andcomes out by cultivation t who is to do some great work to fill some mission What t shall our duty be We ask ourselves ijijj this question when we leave school Our first years are apt to bo spent in disappointment and wo evon wonder if we have any duty to do in this world but the I thing for us to do is to lay hold of IItimei I II i j see what we do with our time no I two of us has the same duty to perform This ought to put an end to all this envy of life Why should either of us be jealous of the other We should not try to escape our duty or shirk from it andabove nil we should not fail to see our duty that we are alive j11 is proof that God has duty for us to perform We should ask our selves as we arise each morning What is our duty today We do not know where tho influence of the days work will end each day God each fresh I is a task day put morning into our hands as a gift see what we will do with it and J Ito wo do today may dependI success of our whole wisely improve the presentit isIj j thine II Bert Johnson age 12 hazel Green ncaJl einfc KVERY SEAN HAS A DUTY TO PERFORM Every man on earth has a duty to perform whether he performs itI or not If ho had not a duty to iI perform he would have not been j jII created Some have one duty to Ido while others have others You t t may have seen little children that were poor and thought to your r self what would this little boy or j girl ever do but always when they i got to bo young men and women j they have always got a duty But i there is one duty that every one j ought to perform dud that is to do right and try to get others to do so But some people have bet ter duties than others and get bettor wages but it is because they have worked harder than others j and if we have but just a little of i anything we should bo thankful iI for what we have got and then we I will do better For nearly always I the people that have got the most money are nearly all tho time afraid they are going to lose something and they are always trying to take money in but never want to give any out So we must not think that there is no duty for us for there is always something for us to do and when we ore little we should know what we are going to do and try to prepare onrselvea jI for it So never be frightened because we have not got more and always be ready to give to the poor and if we will always try to do anything and not give up we will always do it for where there is a will there is a way NOTE Our young friends who are furn ishinjr us with these essays reminded that if they will take pains in writing them and send to Essay Editor of Comlort An Thegustaect this mouth iis Kindness to male and the contest does not close until the 25th There arc four prizes2 1 Land to Comforta yearly subsciiption EDITOR Comfort Augusta Me offers t juvenile xfHers tm4er 20 years a 2 1 ad 50c prize for essays of 100 to 200 words Subject Theo dore oosevelt Adcress Essay Edito Comfort Augusta Mo- anTHE HERALD d Monthly Worldl ono ollnr n year in advance srr t a Cut lTkeisuts tf Bttttri The Morning Herald claims to BlueGrass claihm by publishing a strictly firstclass pulisping constnntlydoing to and make itself valuable to its subscribers In answer to a frequent demand for a good map of Kentucky it ordered enough to justify a great publishing house in getting out a speciall map of Ken givingtopays six mouths in advance It must cost The Herald several thousand dollars to do this but it will bo a paying investment for it in the long run for every one who wants a firstclass map will take advant age of the opportunity and who ever becomes familiar with The Herald is sure to continue to subscribe for it- Every Mevement Hurts When you have rheumatism Mnsele an HoodiSarandnd1eal1Just Pat the Other DonIGreen Taulbeo of this school district has two boys just now in tho school ago that are out of the ordinary in more ways than in looks They are just past six years ofage look exactly alike and wear a No 7 hat When the school gent many he had in the age and was Afteriest he gave in Andrew Homer as being 6 years past and immediate ly told of another whom he called HomerAndrew The census enume rator said to him Hold on Mr Taulbee they must be over six years of agp and you have just told of one in that age Green replied Thats all right you put the other one down and then it dawnedon the census man that they were twins in all particulars Jim Tom Goes to Kansas Rev Jim Tom Pieratt will on Friday start for Parker Kansas where he has accepted a call to preach But first he will visit his brotherinlaw James Cox who lives in Kansas near Waco IoI with whom he will visit for a few weeks before going into active service Jim Tom lived in Kansas for two years prior to 1000 and fell in love with the sunflower state because he enjoyed such per fect health a blessing that has been denied him here Indeed his health here has been most wretched as ho has suffered with rheumatism bad colds stomach trouble Cc We voice his friends when wo express the hope that he will regain his health in his new home and retain it 4 Bacoi Stoles Cal Cundiff of Laurel while visiting relatives and friends in- Breathitt county recently had his smokehouse broken into and a ham and three middling sides stolen Monday night hecame here and secured search warrauts for his bacon and from what could be learned suspicion points to certain brothers of unsavory reputa tions who live in his neighborhood If the bacon be found the guilty parties will be tried before theNparticulars TilE HERALD This petty thiev ing should be broken up as it is one step toward civilization that we do not care to take The New Academy Mr Howard of the firm of Clark Howard contractors is here this week superintending the build ing of the academy He brought with him another bricklayer and hod carrier both colored which makes the force six in all three masons and three helpers With thiaforce if the weather con tinues propitious the walls will be completed within three weeks There are 00 windows in the three stories about 30 to each floor so there can not possibly be com plaint about light For the information of our near cby readers we state that as yet there is no express agentat Hele CanneloCity writes TIB that all express matter will be returned to Hele chawa upon request In two or three weeks an agent will be at the latter place and then Hazel Grewa people ban be a coiamo dated r i1 V t t t t j- trtr t J = u COUNTYNEWS NTm 0-IS o insure IONnios ALL corrt byMondaythat nearby on Monday morning Our correspondents are derelict in duty and we want to say that henceforth they will not receive papers except for the week they have news letters We are dependent upon them for the news and when they fail to send in their favors they put us to great inconvenience LEE CITY improving S P Kash was in town Thursday of last week carriersfromMiss Halie Rose visited folks at home Saturday and Sunday Leo City is full of houses and the houses are indeed full of peo ple Mrs Lou Graham visited friends and relatives on Holly apart of last weekFloyd Arnett passed through this city Wednesday en route to Sal yersville A J Stamper formerly of this place but now of Olive Hill is here on business I TaylorPSaturday and Sunday FloydIbay horae price 4750 Miss Maggie Walters was in town one day of last week ao we are informed by Berna Hoskins Mr and Mrs J R Carroll went to Jackson Wednesday to attend the burial of their cousin Dr B D Cox Rev H F Dnnegan conducted services at this place the past weekand much interest seemed tube manifested Paul Jennings has been unwell rapidly ment of his best girl Dnuegan and family have IIRev from this place to Rowan county We suppose to preach to the people of that place Luther Huntsinger one of Lee Citys most accomplished bache lors has been paying his respects- to a young lady of this place and some of our boys think it an in justice both to them and to the girl as he is so much older than theyApril 22 BROOKS SWANGO SPRINGS SAYINGS Farming gardening and house cleaning makes us all busy creatures Newton Bailey of Wellington was the guest of Miss Eliza Nickell Saturday and Sunday Raleigh Cecil and Fred Hurt of Ezelwere the pleasant guests ofII Rush and Ernest Swango over SundayClay Campbell of Lacy creek called on us Monday also Gran ville Taulbee of the same place visited his brother last week Prof Blankenship and Miss Nettie Wheeler of Hazel Green were among the many pleasure callers at the Springs Sunday I Mrs O H Swango in company with a crowd of her Caney friends and customers passed through here Sunda journeying to Hazel Green They had a drink from the well known Swango Springs Sam Wilson and J M Decker two of THE HERALDS faculty came out and had dinner with us Sunday and we cansay of a truth that Uncle Sam enjoys a good dish of greens April 22 UNO STILLWATER SPARKLES John W Cox was in our midst SaturdaySome of the farmers have began to plant corn Wm Hall photographer of Torrent was here last week on busi nessElisha Rose of Hazel Green acad emy came home Friday andre turned Sunday Jeff Chambers left here last week for Indian Territory Our best wishes go with him Richard Russell and wifeof your town were visiting friends and relatives here Sunday Ye scribe has had a very bad at tact of sore throat so bad that he coulcnot speak above a whisper Rev Gilaflpie anUbtn rs preach ed at the Chambers school louse Sunday Good order prevailed Miss Ollie Swango of Hazel Green academy attended thq meet ing at the Chambers school house SundayGranville Moore had a working Saturday and gave the young folks a social at night They re port flue tiaaet v l i The weather is Beginning to feel i i Q like summer now on old Still water and we can see the veary farmer as he comes in at night April 22 PRESTO SUNNY I Uncle Rastus day on Chapel branch Mahala Wells and family of War creek have located in this neigh borhood Miss Corda Brenneman of your town gave this place a pleasant I call Sunday James Cecil and family of Ezel were visiting relatives on Lacy creek Saturday and Sunday Miss Mahala Rose one of the pupils passed through here Fri day en route to her home at Lee I I Misses Monta Crney and Josie Wheeler passed through here Fri day en route to William Crueys on Lacy creek We are told that James Bice who left here a short time ago for i Oklahoma Territory is now located at I Edward Oney and Misses Loula and Maude Taulbee attended church at Salem Sunday and took dinner with Osa Byrd and sister l Miss Pearl Day one of Hazel Greens jewels passed here Sunday en route I Ringos who lives on Daysboro Miss Sallie Cruey of Lacy creek i left Friday in company with Os car Fallen and family for Okla1 homa Our folks I will miss t creek Saturday which was given i in honor of Mrs Johnsons 29th The table groaned I beneath its weight of good things which was no other than cake etc We were told I missed half our life bynot at the feast There were 25 invited guests I April 22 SUSIE LANE LILIES Miss Zerilda Sewell is not well at this writiug Farmers have begun making to plant corn He B Crawford preached to the people of this place Sunday Taylor P Sewell paid home folks a visit Saturday and Sunday Hannibal Hurst passed through this place Sunday en route to Jackson Win J his son the of Lee City on and Thursday last Miss Nannie Sewell visited her brother Mr and Mrs WreSewell of Pences branch a few days of last week Miss Josie Hojlou of Lane and Miss Bessie Hollon of Neola were very pleasant guests of the Sewell girls Sunday last f Bill Ttent has Frozen creek near Fjixton to the Spring branch of Holly and IB now living in the house which was vacated by Jamee Blanken ship Hon G B Stamper one of Wolfe countys most brilliant sops has been visiting the good people of Holly for the past few days We do not speak from observation but rumor has it that be spent the greater part of his visit sporting with Unc1s Mace V v April 22 0 MIEE L 1tr 1f When you ington call on LOUIS Be CUS STRAUS Lead ing Clothiers Kentucky Make their store headquar ters Introduce yourself bji telling you know Uncle Spence and you will meet with prompt attention SIDEI CityI TotrentI thrqughI Salliei atIlended anniversary turkeyI beingI preparations Grabamtvisited postmaster Wednesday recentlymoved- from go to Lex of em RACKET STORE lexinotons IIMQOst fteuartffloflt store I l Offers to the public the most extensive Ilines to select from and the I r IIvery best values at to vest pricesii DRESS GOODS CHEVIOTS black andcolored 50c to 225 per yar i1I EXAMINES solid colors and fancies 85c per yard and u GRENADINES black 25c to UGO per yar i FANCY MOHAIRS 50c to 125 per yar ALBATROSS all colors jOcICREPE DE CHINE black and cola sI 59c to 100 per yarl j I BBOAD CLOTHS black and colors yaTfIlI6rlnl rl 1 everything new that the market affords TAILOR SUITS- All the New Styles in GRAY BLUE CASTOR and BLACK 798 to WOO Old In 10 im I I OODSIa yardIMERCERIZED solid colii 1orsiand fancies tOc fend 25c per yardTWHIJFE I yardI39c per yaro t LINENS 5cj 35c NANSOOK DIMITIES I10cto 35c per I percales lines numerous a rltoo j WAISTS WAISTS and z 39c 200 WAISTS and 275 SKIRTS Muslin underwearMOIRE CnSILK S G90 SliOO iGOWXS48c 360 750 2000 SKIRTS39c 450 SHORT S 175 S 800 PANTH20c 225 LONGIf 98 1000 CHEMISE25c 225 J I FU CELL9111315 West Main Street a LEP HACAN 1 OLIc mi BOURBON = Good Liquor is free from adul 1teration drugs crude spirits and r other harmful ingredients This is a subject worth looking into for as a necessity a luxury and a plea sure a good stimulant is Import x= ant When you want something good send your orders Hagais Bourbon Jugs 4 200 per gallon 5 year 225 per gallon 6 year 250 per gallon 7 year 275 per gallon 8 year 300 per gallon Year Oil fettles Plain Box 4 Quarts ik300 6 Quarts 450 12 Quarts 900 atGIXq HAMS MADRAS frtncy stripes 20clto INDIA to yard to mention WASH black colored to SILK black colors to 1750 to to NET to to to to to to r us year old old old old old other Best Califsriia Wiiei Sherry per gallon 150 Port per gallon 150 Blackberry per gal 125 Catawba per gallon 125 Kelly Islaii WiiH Sherry per gallon 125Pa CBlackberryI Catawba per gallon 100 YOU PAY XPRESS CHARGES r Send P O Honey Order or Registered Letter to the HAGAN DISTILLING GOb t rr LEXmCTOH KY t f r k9 i lii Women as Well as Men rJ x Are Made Miserable by l t Kidney Trouble JKldneytrouble preys upon the mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor i1 by one and son when the kidneys are out order or Kidney trouble has become so it is not uncommon for a to be born afflicted with weak kidneys If the child urinates too often if the urine scalds the flesh or if when the child r reaches an age when it should be to control the passage It Is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon iL the of the Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment unpleasantII I j thejsupposeWomen men are made mis iI erable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyThoSwJUBfvReot is soon realized It is sold druggists In fifty I II jj jsuescent You may dOllarl sample bottle by mall cheerfulness disappear of diseased prevalent that child able cause difficulty of and l free also pamphlet tell aoaafllpitoting all about It including many of th- s thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured Inwriting Dr Kilmer k Co Binghamton N Y be sure and meatioD this paper Lookei Sispicieas One Saturday morning little Mildred slept quite late When breakfast was ready her mother r said to the rest of the family Its Saturday morning so theres no school and we will let Mildred sleep as long as she wants to Well give her a little surprise by taking a roomaMary carried the breakfast up to her little sisters room and ar ranged it tastefully on a small stand near the bed The dainty meal had just been spreadwhen the little sleeper woke up and rubbing her eyes awhile she spied the breakfast Looking up at her sister in puzzled wonder she exclaimed Why Mary am I sick Catarrh Caiiot lie eve with LOCAL APPLICATIONS as they cannot reach the seat of the disease Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease and in order to cure ityou must take internal rem edies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quack I medicine It was prescribed bone y I of the best physicians in this country for years and is a regula- prescription It is composed o the best tonics known combine- with the best blood purifiers act ing directly on the mucous sur faces The perfect combination t f d of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in c curing Catarrh Send for testimonials freeF J CHENEY Co- Toledo 0 Sold by druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best 1xti Ceiliit Tell Brides Apart Elbert Orme and Miller Orme married Lena Henson and Bertha Best Wednesdaymorning at May ville The two girls are halfsis ters and the grooms are brothers The brides look like twins and after the ceremony the couples b came separated and neither groom could tell which one he had mar ried But the brides soon made y it known which one they had taken for a life partner All are from Robertson county A Doctors Dad PUIJaL I resulIt of a severe cold I lost my voice l writes Dr M L Scarbrough oftHebron Ohio then began an i obstinate cough Every remed known to mb as a practicing phy t j ioian for 3 years failed and I daily grew w rse Being urged to try Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumptio Coughs and Colds I found quick relief and for last ten days hav felt better than for two years positively guaranteed l for throat and lung troubles For sale at J Taylor Day Hazel1l Green or S S Combs Sons CiJ Campton drug stores 50o and 1 tiyTrialbottles free 4 James Eversole a member o- d t e r the Eastern Kentucky familyi which was engaged in the French w Eversole feud left Lexington onI the 15th inst for West Point to try for admission to the academy He has been a student at the State k college Reflect leaks Danger i TJpnt neglect biliousness an- r l constipation Your health willl as m suffer permanently if you do De Witts Little Early Risers cure such cases M B Smith Butter 5 nut Mich says DeWitts Little 15 saUsf9torvgripe or cause nausea 1Ip PlEBATT rey7ja A Yutks CeldNsiea et icier Lunford Craft alias Jack Collins l aged 19 was taken from Wise Va to Covington Ky Tuesday and later confessed that be and a companion who he refused name last January 29 killed toII rural mailcarrier in county Ky and secured 800 in rifling the mail sack The confession was first made to Turnkey Maurer and afterward repeated to Deputy United States Marshal Orr Craft and his companion had previously quarreled with the mail carrier United States Marshal Sharp of Covington has sent to Magoffin county for further infor mation The Great Dismal Swaap of Virginia is a breeding ground of Malaria germs So is low wet or marshy ground everywhere These germs cause weakness chills and fever aches in the bones and mus cles and may induce dangerous Bittersenever fail to destroy them and cure malarial troubles They will surely prevent typhoid We tried many 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 j Try them Only 50c at J Taylor Day Hazel Green and S S Combs Sons Campton drug stores Guarantee satisfaction Iicerporatea at Hone The Consumers Incandescent Lamp company has filed articles of incorporation in the county clerks office at Owensboro The capital stock is 25000 and the incorporators are H WMiller 0 H Haynes George H Haynes Miller Haynes and A H Krietler The company has been working under a West Virginia charter but since the repeal of the double liability clause decides to become a home institution Wields a Sharp Ax Millions marvel at the multitude of maladies cut off by Dr Kings New Life Pillsthe most distressing too Stomach liver and bowel troubles dyspepsia loss of appe tite jaundice biliousness fever malaria all fall before these wonder workers 25c for sale by J T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs d Sons Campton Canoedf500000dwas consummated in Louisville on this 15th inst by Judge Benton and other prominent men of Clark and adjoining counties The Kentucky syndicate leased to Chi cago and New York men 4000 acres of land in Clark Montgomery and Powell counties They say the wells will be working with in 60 days Henry Pieratt bought all the picture frames the agent of the Chicago Portrait Co had leftover and is selling them 50 per cent cheaper than the agent sold them The number is limited and if you want oue youd better move in a hotecakes 52 tf Death of Wry Faitett Masai News was received at Mt Ster ling Wednesday that Mrs Eliza beth Fassett Mason formerly of Montgomery county had died suddenly at Tunto Gorda British Honduras Central America She was a daughter of Woodman Fas sett and was highly connected lover the State her husband being Mayson You cannot buy standard pianos organs buggies sewing machines clocks watches and jewelry aa cheap any where else as you can of me Come and see samples and dolyour money mail order houses tf J T GEVEDON Has PlyDl Hachiie Capt J S Pitmanof Knob Lick offscientific research has invented a flying machine which he thinks is superior to that of SantosDu mont Capt Pitman has Lexing ton relatives who are interested in his project He is having a model constructed and is confident he has discovered the real thing ofdtheir grandchildren colored vis ited Noah Taylor and wife the latter their daughter and their other daughter Molly who works orMrTSftd Mrs Van Atkins near town from Friday until Sunday hadltoI arkx a rt WORK 1 Too much housework wrecks wo mens nerves And the constant care of children day and night is often too trying for even a strong woman A haggard face tells the story of tho overworked housewife and mother Deranged mcnsesClencorrheea and falling of theCwomb result from overwork Every housewife needs a remedy I to regulate her menses and to keep her sensitive female organs in perfect condition WINECARDUI is doing this for thousands of American women today It curedIMrs Jones and that is why I writes this frank letter- Gtandcane 8h Feb M IJ8L I auto glad that your Win of Cantal la helplnc me I am feeHnu better than I have lelt for yean I am doing i rI own work without any help sad wished last week and was not one bit tired That shows that the wine to an4eeahkzan4th hearty Before I began to Wtf Cardait I sued to hate to =down five or six times every day now I do not Wall of lying down tniII the day Man 1IbaumrJ 5LN AT BBCcxuan iaLlaS IInUue Dr1anyiseia K dW Doe ptmaa ttgeTr I Ititicky IictrftxatiMfl filedIarticles of incorporation with the secretary of state at FrankfortKy on the 15th inst Spring Rock Water Co of Kenton county capaj itdl 10000 J M Southern R J Beruechief incorporators j Nation al Respirator Co Louisville 2 500 capital j Consumers Incandescent Lamp Co of Owensboro 25000 capital j Teeth lay Cain Dull Henry Heath the billiard moof Louisville and wife have been summoned to New York to attendI the bedside of their son who is iin 1broken1 York being only 27 1Soit1 Workers was filed on the 15th by Everett Woodruff and John Bay less of Christian county for dam ages aggregating 80000 The plaintiffs stated they had been induced to give up their jobs in December 1900 by false representations I For 28c in stamps you can get a free trial of Wilsons Tobacco Cure t Has cured thousands i COBH WILSON t f30y Calvert Texas Seneca Swimme of the Hamlin W Va News claims the young eat printer extant Read it your self The Lincoln News has the youngest compositor in the stateIwFrederic Work Swimme the son of the editor is not yet seven years of ago but by a little extra effort he can set 1500 to 2000 ems pe day and has not been on the cas- a et month all told Who can bea that- 1inckt5tcrJaqjtWINCUESTER N H WITHEBSPOON President R D HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 10000000I I Surplus 2000000 I Handsome deposit of 40421648 This Bank solicits the accounts of mar chants farmers traders aad business sea generally throughout Eastern Kentucky sad offers its customers every facility the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking ootlSlT Gwsisjitin CuteI Girdf As easily u a common cold by the FlUI PINO REMEDY brought from the Philipi pines by a soldier who served there tor two years in the U S Jtetted twoII years before being placed on the markst I For proof and full particulars write to I CAPT WILSON Csltert Tuuc IiIEIi roorY TRAM MAII aveU a IIUI4 pt1oa mal WJteUaIDnauODIiibaIil7 IiIrOI4elCm w hn a 111a Ca raxha aoS esieie CIERISAIlbeardatYv VIai oofiti 3 r o f o The following school books can be bought at this office at less than dealers prices A savingof 15 per cent is guar anteed you But you must be quick as these are all we have rryti BMH U II 6eefrajhr 52 MU Pryei CeapJete tfecf rayhr tl06 Oyrt Pint iMfcr 23 seats SM 4 Racier 21 seats Third Reader 49 caste Gyrt FMrta sealer 48 eeats Cyrs Filth sealer 51 colas CUUrsBft Frier 10 cuts Primes ArlUuutte Orals I II out II1r1tb1eU Orate 1TJ II cuts I AritiMtfo 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INVENTORS applJ1Dcpromptiyobuia mail aadJtor- afcmPATENTS sad TRADE IARKa orretma ir- TmtE N riier s d model wtCla and wesd an IEDIATCIa Jeuf t W siT 1eP1 Iaad advlosad 01U rcharges are zaedtrate Try as COtipp VS Patent MIeeWuMuitu D- CflourflourI I flour IS11 spn SUIT ROBERT P RASH PRICES1is FLOUR SALT and solicits the patronage of thE merchants of the mountai- nstWill meet any legitimatE competition boyingMcCausey K- yBreathA Bad A bad breath means a bad stomach a bad digestion a bid liver Ayers Pills are liver pills They cure con stipation biliousness dyspepsia sick headache Me All desggYta- Wa s Tsar soutacM or bard a bNnMts- dtwownorrkhblekr T- MaMKWSDYE Ns MwaM alall N L a sau a ca saw LN i r KockiDyspepsia Digests what YOU eat This preparation contains all of tile 1foOd1 o cared after everything else failed unequalled for the stomach Child ren with weak stomachs thrive on it oils aN stsaStFSUbISi onl yebeaattaalasLH1mutheIecM SM61 L bola by H F PIEBATT Hazel Green MENDELWEINSTOCK5CO L RATSJ B I II 627629 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY I Sitiatftis Seciredrcrtr- adoataatddaorefoeded Si lea fer caWope and special Writ 3e- ntualness tltIItvColleges LwrtnM Kr BOMr fT Ate Nustes TeL CsHMtesCs tlch M 4 Vs eiralnhea AU Jacktwnlll Fit J fi snntUBwOnn I GO Manufacturers sndJobbers of ZDBOYS CLOTHINCI I 607 W MAIN STREETLOUISVILLE KY REGAIN YOUR EALTH WITH Mea 1111111 ae4 er JIITIii 0811 at 111 i e4orNATURES DOCTOR FORMAN IKND IT CURESJr Rheumatism Diptherla La Grippe Bright DiseaseTI Blood Poisoning Kidney Liver and Stomach Troubles Female Complaint eCatarrh and Ceneral Debility 4rIT CURES WHEt ALL ELSE FAILS I I MAD TO TESTIMONY OP TWO WELL J OtYI CITIZENS OF WOLFE I Mr Cooper Hnzel Green Kyjj I purchased some of the VitaOre of- fin the latter part of March andt touafter taking about a halfpint of UteI OreElizer my nerves were as steady as when I was 16 years of age and I am i now past 75 For more than a year I bad been trying all the patent medicines and nostrums I could hear of to build myself up but nothing did me any good until I used VituOre which my wiCeI brought me from your house After using it a week I went out and did three days as hard work as I have done in 25 years and I was not more fatigued than I was 25 years ago over the same workI It is the grandest medicine in the world I aad I want everybody in the mountaiut t to know what it did for me so they may try it Hoping every one who has Jhat I tired feeling incident to old age will buy VltOre of you and give it a fair trial I remain thankfully yours for putting me on to this remedy JAMES LACY 1Ican vouch for every word Mr Lacy says in the above I am his wife and bought the medicine of Mr Cooper for him though I did not have much faith in 1 it because we had tried so many things that did no good I have used Vitae Ore and am stronger andal80JJbetter health than for years which 1 attribute to its ueeJMRS SOUTHEY LACY Lacy Creek Ky June 1 1901 whieIIlfirVIt Ore is 1 a package 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