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I lliilJTHEjAZELi i GREENI HERALD II SUBS RATES rs = J lODemonths year in advanee4 SlbO 55 It Three mouth s u JO rirty copy V qo Zi Jj officers 1000 Comity o flicer Rlr Ijf ORellThedate after yonr name indicates N Town i you are paid to You should t ybt JlithlwritelllliIseifne SEVENTEENTHrenewI GREENIwo+ Tritubc c 01 vr + bared by n + SIlK liar where rnpy t NUMBER 1 tate when rnetriog or to hBTeyour Ji is furnished SHine ai lural 5e n line sii C- FttaCooPFndttemittai ngedi I r 1dlturfifi Qtotidf d Paper iin tki KiRtwky MDYDtaillsraae PEIt n YRAnrtdan e r o regialer era d letter thonld or be 0 made k draft by III I11 1 CASTO RIA For Infants and Children You Have Always Bought i Alcgclable PreparauonforAs I Slml latin theFoodatu Ile ula tin theStalattd SaM v sof Bears s- J gnararePromotes j ncssandllest Contains neither j Opium orphinc nor fincra 1 4- I OTNARCOTIC I JllliSlKLZiJfiJldRletorllliSlKLZiJfiJldR 1AIxJJawsSad rraArakrafa tUS4- rhe d r- J i I nJ fK Jt UAS e InonSour 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SQKLAH0MA J c L Q j oar= WEST WOOD OKLA April 12 Dear Editor and Friend NO WING full well that Uie K watchword of a great mat Easteners is Oklahoma IYI bust and afterward Oklaho and II myiyears sojourn in the territory It is true tis unsolicited and m a not come as welcome as civil sera vice appointments or a mail contract But it is given freely and for the benefit of any who may not be satisfied with their 1ittleI vineclad cabins in the Eastern Kentucky hills My knowledge of the territory extends from Arkansas City south and west and I must say that for beauty no prairie country that have seen can rival the beautiful landand truly the Indian that named our rolling prairies and un dulating plains was a poet of no mean orderone that could appreciate the beauties of nature without the liquid eyes and dusky countenance of a squaw girl to iin- spire a poetic thought And anyone might say as much when thus accompaniedBut cannot live on rolling prairies and beside darkeyed Int diun lasses without some of the article that caused Judas down fall Consequently there must bo an agricultural and commercial side to the question of homesteading 1l 160 acres in Oklahoma I am located now in Washita county in Southeastern Oklahoma near ti asei r properly speaking in what was once the Cheyenne reservation TI section has been opened you will1 remember about seven years and it is truly wonderful to observe ti progress man has mado in so short yeaFrs ago an almost barren waste covered with range cattle coyotes and Indians is now a thriving thickly populated and progressive country Tis me the population is not related much either by birth or former location But we have an energetic i rustling git up and git there class that aro calculated tofir mane smiling grandeur out of b rrest waste laud and accumulate millions where the indolpnt otherlandsmighteventuallystarve And one truism I know that I have seen exemplified There is no one here seeking health They are all healthy and after the nimble coin with a deathlike earnestness that is truly invigorating True they are not all realizing their fondest hopes in that direction But a sufficient number are land ing plums to gratify a appreciation i of the rule Land inI this county is worth from 1500 to 1500 per quarter section in older counties tho price rangesI higher of course sometimes up toI I 7000 per quarter This is the paradise so long sought for by the j farmer who believes in diversity i lof crops While cotton and corn are the principal crops and the ones most to be depended upon yet wheat oats maize rye and in fact any crop except tobacco that is indigenous to the soil of dear old Kentucky is grown here with 1 successmoonshine whiskey exJJ ceptedand I came near saps pretty girls but may be I h better not Some Oklahoma gi might take offense Forty bushels of corn If bales of cotton and 30 bushels of wheat are good averages for Washita county Northern Oklahoma produces i 40 bushels of wheat but t average falls on corn and cotton All kinds of temperate zone fruits 1 grow in abundance It is a natu ral grape and poach soil and cli I J mate 1You still see a great many adobe houses and dug outs especially in the Kiowa and Comanche counjj try But tho majorityof the rest dents are living in good houses 1 have good barns and good trains J of horses cattle sheep and hogs One drawback to this country in the past has been the lack ofII K 4- 0 6 hwsrf t 1jI a 4 I bloodedsock The have here the Hero rd and other cattle iin some pin os but the are in m estimation only fit for rouge cat tie and dont look good in a barn lot along side an old Kentucky s horthornyWe are still cursed with the broncho the horse without a pediil respecta1jrI for the business towit chasing mavericks and for cussedness and pure uncertainty ho most assuredly holds the worlds record They are used considerably here for driving horses and when you think you have conquered himand have bro ken his spirit is when you show yourself either a fool or a newcomer At any moment he is lliai ble show you that he can pitch and pitch hard enough to unseat a broncho buster or make kind- I ling wood of your buggy But I digress and I promised to toll you something of this country The new country or tho Caddo Kiowa and Comanche reservations recently opened for settlement 1 lie east of us On a trip over there last fall I was much impressedI with the prospects They have a rich soil good water and fine pros pacts for a good agricultural country Claims are selling at fro 250 to 8000 unimproved oft r course and what I mean by that is a 160 sera prairie plot uuim provedno houses no nothing And you will find that improving an Oklahoma claim is something different from improving a farm in tho mountains of Kentucky There you can shoulder an axe e- Cho call on your neighbor and go intoI mountains a few weeks fencoIt your farming land build yours house settle down and live like a lorda little lord Here such im provements cost close to 1500- e True men have made homes for much less but for three to five years they were only a degree bet ter than the coyotes in surround lugs Dry weather here is not aI stranger you may rest assured But wo have a soil well adapted to drouth and capable of retainingj moisture a long time You dear immigrant may expect discouragements in a new country and many that you are not looking for This is a high priced country j too in all respects Customs andII wiof11 find that it is not as in Kentucky My advice then to a small farmer and my conclusions are drawni from close observationis to stay in old Kentucky The advance ini tho price oflland cuts you out com pletely If yon have money to j buy a farm at above figures and can stock it you can improve yonrII condition j if not you cannot be the hUls of Kentucky I was agreeably surprised this afternoon in glancing over THEII HERALD to note that Hazel GreenE has added another laurel to her already crowded crown towit The success attained by my old J friend John Baker the best niggi in the state II and his banjo pia You Can LoadaHorsi t i to water but you can t make him drink himna eat 1I18in i to a thin mans stomach but t that doesnt make him use it i Scotts Emulsion can make him use it How By mak courshee t Scotts Emulsion makes a thin bodyhungryallover Thought t a thin body was naturally hun gry didnt you Well it lsn r A thin body is leepnotf working gone on a strike It doesnt try to use its foodE nScotts Emulsion wakes it up workP again i making new flesh Thats the way jSendj J SCOITBOWNE aacII SLXYII 4 t1r ii tl ing is only ono among his many accomplishments Leastwise why he was a resident of the heights could court the dusky damsels with a persevorenco equalled only by a Mexican greaser Success to I ou John It indeed gives me pleasure to note that Bro Cord has at 1 last been successful in the upbuilding of the academy I hope some d to point with pride to that same old academy but under a differs vorldfamedcoegea deserve it To my friends and prospect homeseekera I will say that I givn thorn this advice from a knowledge of the circumstances and from desire to help them I would ad vise you anyway to come and the country before you embark on the western sea as you might fir it a sea that will swallow you But if you come with the proper determination Greeleys advice is et applicable to the young man Y can succeed and young men are fthe kind wanted and needed in the west today If you come th like Bonapart resolved that there iare no hills of difficulty ttl ishall be no Alps of Then come we will gladly welcome you success- i and bespeak for you eat With love and best wishes for yourself and Mrs Cooper I am Sincerely yours T 0 Ew KanIFive years ago a disease the doctors called dyspepsia took such 1 hold on mo that I could scarcely tgo writes Geo S Marshwe 11 known attorney of Nocona Text took quantities of pepsin and other medicines but nothing helped mo As a drowning man grabs at a straw I grabbed at Kodol I felt an improvement at once and after a few bottles am sound and wellj Kodol is the only preparation which exactly reproduces the natural digestive juices and conse quently is the only one which diarei gests any good food and cures tlby fform of stomach trouble H F PIERATT myThe Devil Tuned Loose During the entertainment the academy Thursday night la j some one tore the front shutter off of Cecil Bros store in an attempt tto enter it but the window being nailed downthey were foiledI On the same night a son of Jim Henry Sebastian of Daysboro w was at the entertainment had his 1 horses bridle cut and the saddle turned under him when he was turned loose The saddle wasis ruined in the mad flight of horse atStuff Like a Stele Wall Between your children and the tortures of itching and burn i eczema scaldhead or other skin diseases Yowl why by using Bucklena Arnica Salve earths greatest healer Quickest cure for ulcers fever sores salt rbeamc ate erbarn lee pipcents at J Taylor Day Hazel Green or 8 8 Combs Sons Campton drug stores BMii Becaue it Deserves ItI The Morning Herald of Lexington iron a boom It is boomingt itself along legitimate lines by publishing a flrst class high grade newspaper newsy bright able clean and dignified and offering indu emeuts to new subscribers that are bound to attract many to i it It is giving free to its sub scribers an uptodate map of j Kentucky and a series of photo I graphs issued by the Burr McIntosh Studio either of which is well worth the price of sabre tion NoeltIs a greater power of digesting andI assimilating food For them Drii Kings New Life Pills works wondI They tope and regulate the I digestive organs gently expel all poisons from the system enrichII the biood improve appetite make healthy flesh Only 25 cents at T Day Hazel Green or S S diYpg gists Ii I J jt f 7 heHealth For 25 years I have never I Imissed taking Ayers Sarsaparilla I myIwayJohnNY Pure and rich blood ILYcarries new life to every Youatare invigorated refreshed You feel anxious to be becomestrongivo what Ayers Sarsaparilla youaSLMatofflt All mulM JHI8naparlllaold family medlrln Follow liiradrie sal wewabeJ uon AmCOLowellMaNd WilsonillSam Henry Wilson exsherifl Uof Wolfe county died at his h near Helechawa on Friday night abouten75 enyears Mr Wilson has been n suf furor from kidney and bladdei eretrouble yearsu He might have been saved by an Ope eration few 1 ICarowould never consent to it probe ably because his brother Jack Wil son who was affected in tho same way had an operation performed and died soon after Mr Wilson as a good citizen and had many friends who will hear of his demise with sorrow He leaves a wife and two daughter Mrs FaiMchild and Mrs Hollon to mourn his loss and to them TUB HERALD extends condolenceM Electric Belt on Trial To introduce it and obtain agents the undersigned firm will send a few of their Electric Belts on trial on the following terms 100 to be paid in ten days if the Bet proves beneficial and the balance 2GO to be paid in sixty days iif the Belt effects a cure These Bel a positive cure for Rhieuma tism Neuralgia Kidney trouble Stomach and Liver trouble Asth ma etc Address at once j GERMAN ELECTRIC AGENCY tf P 0 Box 874NewYork NY Story of the Presidents Mother etWhen Martha Bulloch the fair daughter ofa wealthy Georgia i Planter married Theodore Boos i velt half a century ago shq little dreamed that her name would be ofhoa president The pretty romance of her meeting with the New Yo man their courtship and marring and the long honeymoon journey anthed iinteresting chapter in connection with the life qf the present The O dore Roosevelt In the Juno num J her of The Ladies Home JQurn uaknongwn t mother are told by a cousin of Martha Bulloch DotI Start Wroig Dont start the summer with a lingering cough or cold We all know what a summer cold isi j its the hardest to cure Often hangs on through the entire season take it in hand right now A few doses of One Minute Con Cure will set you right Sure cure for coughs colds croup grip bron chilis all throat and lung troubles Absolutely safe Acts at once children like it Ono Minute i Cough Cure is the best cough me iciue I ever used says J H Bowels Groveton N H I never found anything else that acted so safely and quickly H F PIERATT buttr1pmilkhouse of Lawrence McAfee at Danville Ky Samuel Hawkins was on April 22nd 1iII Ienced to tho penitentiary for It was his third conviction and he was sent up for good under tho J habitual criminal act TO THE DEAF A sick lady cured of her deafness and IInoiArtificial Ear Drums gave 10000 to his IHtIwte lo that deaf people usable to roeure the Eat Drums may have theta free Address No 4486 The Nicholson iMtitate 780 Eighth Avenue NewYor- k4ly iJJlf ii 1 o i +COUNT + DIRECTORY HAZEL GREEtf OLICE COUR 11 F PJEHA rr Judge J M SICK J Marshall W N NICK LL Deputy Marshall BOAR OF TUSTEES I W O MIZE Chairman W H ConaSJOHN D DAVIS I RosEI t iljjjCIUCUIT o COURT r FourthllondaYinxptemJudgeAthsAttorneyJCommissionerC 0COUNTY COURT First Monday in each month F JudgeWShentrCJ B LITTLE Jailer S N HOBBS Assessor SurveyorFRANK CoronerJSupt 0MAGISTRATES COURTS OFFICIALmFFIRST DISTRICT ELIAS SHOCKEY Mco holdingurtcourtSECOND RosEJRi inFebruary Magiatratt y Court days Second Friday in FyebruaqMay August and November LmGMagistratej MarcbJuneFIFTH a SIXTllJ N CHAMBERS Magistrate in both districts DAVIDj BANKS Constable Court daya Third Friday in February May August and ovember SEVENTH DISTRICT B F BOLIX ConstableCourtx t MarcbJuneEIGHTS DISTRICT GEOROE OLIVER agistrate No constable and no set time for holding court 1 I Lexington and Eastern Railway a isRime Table li Effect Oct 20 1111JEAST BOUND It No 2 No 4 STATIONS Daily exSunday SundayAVt LTeLedogton amWinChesterI amBeatty i j tJacksonI t WEST BOUND j No1No3 1 S STATIONS I Dally ez I Daily ex rk8antiay j Sunday Jackson rDeattJveI pmTorrent pmStantonNat j pm pmClayLkEJaacn 910zun 4 03 pm Winchester pmLexlngtonIIOI r aljKanagerCBASAgentT AB0 ft L B1AKCH Tune Table la Effect Juury I 1H2 EAST BOUND WEST BOUND No21DailyexSonifay levit9 i pmSpS pm pmgh7 00 am Cannel City 3 45 pm M L CONLEY Superintendent In 1 LOUIIiVllLA1 TIN AND STOVE COMPANY 4 dJobbers and Dealers i- nTOS PE1I9 Japanefl and Tinware cf aF F XAQl1I8yurJre 1 DILLER BENNETT if WHOLESALEOTNITCKE iThe Lar et Exclusive J iWholesalejDeaerio WIIOLISALI REH BEVERSON COii SuluaTcoeaia w JCATJT iriunciv LOUIVILLXAZY a rtJ r ll e l lIElII COOPER c Editor l t HAZEL CREEN KY z THURSDAY May 1 1002 1 I f fEVERY man who owns land in this section should bo willing tto 3 lease his land to someoil company11 and thereby hasten development The oil companies that are now leasing landsto protect themselves against the Standard Oil Co must have large boundaries under lease before they can undertake to drill If you will look into this you willI see where they are right For instance suppose the Licking River Valley Oil and Gas Company go to work and bring in a few wells s that are big producers on a few acres they have lensed and tho ad joining lands are not under lease the Standard Co with its im mense wealth could freeze thomI out The Licking Valley is nI home company fluid when tholis cover oil must put in on tho mar ketoTho foreign companies on the other hand when they find oi11 ms sarelikely to plug the well nndI leave it for years because they dont need its product Therefore j j it behoves the people to lease ton home company because tho iin- stant oil is discovered you begin to benefit from its snloIj i 111meeting111 Tuesday tho 2Sth ordered that j j county conventions to name delegates to tho general convention bo r held on Saturday July 19th 1902 t and that the general convention toI select a democratic candidate forIi congress from this district be i on Thursday July 24th at West i 1 Liberty Ky j Hox J B WHITE stayed at the L d t antWednesday morning left wordl with Judge Pieratt that ho would see the editor later on about hisI announcement and we are at a loss to know whathe means THE sugar trust admits that repeal ti W of the differential dutyvl a a refined sugar would cut its profits to the extent of 8000000 a year Surely that is reason enough for its repeal with the people if not with the senate fCAREFULParents do not now ask the men who propose for their w daughters hands whether they can give them horses and carriages but whether they can give them beef three times a day DouDIE tho price of everything r eatable add about 5 per cent to the earnings of tho average man and the result will bo what the c prosperitsitCUEERING always reminds Teddy he says of his football days Wonder what the knockdo svnand dragout act of the house reminded him of PIERPONT MORGANS flag isn the skull and crossbones but his methods bring about tho same re suits as those of the old time pi rates WILL tho republican kickers be called to the white house and lectured or will they merely be notified that the pie counter is closed to them s THE senatorial friends of Gen Miles threw a scare into Teddy and that forced retirement has not yet been pulled off ATTORNEY GENERAL KNOX has c1tkindly warned the beef trust to 4r 1 keep inside the lettebof the law cam while squeezing tho people SPEAKER HENDERSON might makes bit by writing a litte skit on Knockdowns IvE had k4 THE speaB orders are no long orblindly acc das law and gos el by the TEDDY hay itplo reason to ioabtJthe strength of his pull wit f f 5 I IJU CLARKSON who was run over by the Banna machine in its earlier days when ho was Iowas j member of tho republican national committee who had not made a I 101Iteal grip has boon inndo surveyor asImachine in that stato estigationlturns out something disagreeable alongIthat the half has not boon told of IponIment against tho republican Phil ippiuo policy is daily increnskg although the administration still roflists to see it IT is said that tho republican insurgents in the house may go so far as to demand allow candidate for speaker if their party controls t the next house This isnt likely jito bo important as tho next house will certainly bo democratic un loss there is a great change in public sentiment between now and election day i DKMOCKATS in tho house wore taught a useful and needed los j son by their recent victory More lioniii bo won Iyl sticking together said to be jealous of 1Coxmmsis fair that is being because of theiheld Washington i immense crowds it is drawing TIIK republican bosses of the house are trying to find out where they are at From this dis tanco they seem to be it TWKNTYMNE cents would bo a prideIbossing tho houso for years IK TIIK housekeepers of the country had votes the republicans would bo put out of power as fast as elections could be held 1J PiEitroxT MORGAN is now through his steamship trust pro pared to rule the sea as well as the land THE sugar trust now has a little business to transact with the sen ate ups the consumers will pay the bills IF Chauncoy Depow wasnt a rich mean ho would be suspected of touting for n matrimonial agen cy Turn Out to Hear Him Rev II D Adams is booked to preach two sermons on the fourth Sunday in this month and on tho occasion should have a large con gregation as he will put forth his best efforts The first sermon will be from tho text Out of the belly of hell cried Iand the second Thou art weighed in tho bal ance and found wanting It is confidently expected that people will be present from all over this and a largo part of Morgan county to hear him discourse upon these subjects and he promises to do the best he can Dont forget the date andarrange to bo present if you want to bo entertained Deweoso Wilgus the head brick layer on time academy buildingwas seized with a dizziness on Wednes day morning and fell from tfap fort tunately suffered no serious hurt Ho last year suffered a stroke of paralysis and sunstroke since which he has been subject to these spells of dizziness Ho talked Wednesday as if he would have to quit the job as ho feared he might fall and hurt himself seriously sometime when troubled with diz zinessThe following names are regis tered at tho Day Houso since our last issue Frank Preston Knox ville Toun Frank Thomas May town J n Thompson Jackson J B White Irvine J T Atkinson Stanton J K Roberts Beattyville C W Triend Irvine F A Lyon Beattyvillo G W Howard Hind man W H MankerWest Liberty Read the new ad of W T Cas key who has just returned from the citirith a choipe fresh stock oy goods inevery line Ladies will find the finest lino of calicoes pi his store that can bo seen in town and he has some very fine dress goods also When youwaut bargains in uptodate goodscall t thethlwfraut E Tho many friends of L TJ Day will be glad to hear that he has returned home and that he has very much improved He still has an aversion to business however and until ho overcomes that he will hardly bo the sam geniall Taylor Day Everybody wants to see him take an interest in business again knowing that as soon as he does ho will inaugurate some enterprise His friends should call and see him and urge this course upon him Prof Cord received a message Saturday afternoon notifying him of tho lentil of his mother that afternoon at 2 oclock and imme diately loft over the 0 K rail road to attend the funeral His mother lived near Helena in Fleming county I IDeputy U S Marshal Patrick last week arrested John Harris for sellingwhiskey without govern ment license and he was taken to Richmond on Sunday Roe Nick oil Riley Taulbeo and Croles Chaney were witnesses in tho case and went along at the same time lion Frank Hopkins delivered a speech at Campton on Monday and in the afternoon passed thro hero en route to Salyersville to attend the district democratic con vention held at that place Tues day Mr Hopkins is making a vigorous canvass Charley Cecils house caught fire lustThursday and but for prompt action of Henry who happened to bo at home tho home and con tents would have burned as the wind was very high at the time ADMIRAL DEWEY says we have tho finest body of seamen in the world in our navy and he knows Charley Rose bought two cows of Ben Murphy on Monday for 5000 that will weigh 875 W900 pounds each Send 35c and get a free trial of Wilsons Morphine Cure tested for 14 years and always successful Send to CORP WILSON f30y CalverJ Texas fe rW DO YOUR w SHOPPING CONSULT THE- ADYRTIStRfi13 td- a W T CASKEYHA- ZEL GREEN KYII I Dealer in General Merchandise and Country ProJici HAS NOW ON HAND A IARGE well selected stock of Dry Goods Notions GENTS FURNISHING GOODS LADIES AND GENTS TIES READYMADE CLOTHING HATS AND CAPS BOOTS AND SHOES PATENT MEDICINES DRUGS OILS om c- JBSyln fact everything usually kept in a first class general store Call and ex amine his stock and hear his prices He nicelyWGQL WANTED PflOEjIK WOOLEH US DI AI LOUD CO- LEXINGTON KY If you have wool you want manufactured into- YARNS JEANSBLANKETS LINSEY or FLANNELS Write to the above wellknown Mills or se our agent for terms prices samples- c E F CECIL j HAZEL GREEN KY sum wyapite Eggs I have for ute now Silver Wyandotte Eggs at 100 for 13 fJaIII MI ftkII Buy a setting raise some THOROUGH BRED CHICKENS and you will be ao sTOCxFirstROBERT L COED f 83 HMelGMtt XT jt c ji t The following nirio lots will be sold at a low price for the cash Colleqe Avenue I riI r 100 50 50 50 001 Ot W c l 7 c H C 10 O 13 2 0 1 0 c 0 c = c- v cII cqII w a SoldI i I i I feeterrAddress COURTNEY McGUIRE Clay City fJ F SADLER Co1in 1865 COMMISSION MERCHANTS TIlE SALE OF OalIeRagsSkoepand Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI OIII Long Distance Telephone WEST mom Liberal cash advances made upon consignments and sales dII I SpringHUCHESI I A e andjrALAXAmX1c Better than Calomeland Quinine Contrins no Arsenic liver and tones up the NyMcm THE OU RELIABLE E ELLENT SBKBBAli TmG i As well as a Sure Cure for Chills and Fevers Swamp Fevers and Bilious Fevers Just what 50U need at this sensor IT NEVER FAirst JIilIl Laxative Nervous Sedative Splendid Tonic Guaranteed Try It Dont take any ubctltntit At UrncBlH Loo nail mil Bottles PIlKlARED KY TETFortI proveingheaToniea remIoiCOIIOltTEDedyorChUla11mallmalfeveraLOUISVILLE KENTUCKY i CLARK 3 HOWARD CONTRACTORS AND BUILD BRS 206208 E Main LEXINGTON KY Honest material master mechan ics and consciencious calculations their stock in trade Hence it is that satisfaction is guaranteed W R CIA WFORD CO Live Stock Commission Merchants FOR THE SALE OF Cattle Hogs Sheep Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI Ot ALSO Central Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY COllsignmentsII WALTHAM WATCHES NEW ENGLAND WATCHES f iNGERSOLLWATCHE They range from size of a 20c piece to the size of a doorknob IOOTOI1 0000 and upward HEADQUARTERSFOR F J HEI1ITZ JEWELER LEXINGTON KY J9We do watch repairing also Blu rJseies SPRING 1902 WPrtlt ui enta1 Trw bra Thai AifarafH taull Frmlts aid STtrrtktef tof Qreacri Lawa aa4 flat dea Ve gars M aftata bat wll dtre- cb taa ylaafer Strawberry Uli til Ma ra1 CatatefM aa anH attaa W i H F HILLENMEYER LEXINGTON KY GET OUR PT H ksbABSBaTe ep 3 jtiatNae la IBEc c i It Af1 it t Established FOR are imTnnI 1 II E superUou eliminates CURE flesh ABSOLUTE corpulency It is aandEE and as harmless as fresh D I I Thousands of patients airDf used this treatment sicians endorse it Write us for sample toUU1 1 FREE TREATMENT postageC C T fearhomeitof evir effects Address T JJ- II COO I I 0T BEDtJj TO H G ROBINSON BEATTYVILLE KY General Salesman for R M HUGHES CO LOUISVILLE KY Manufacturers of HighGrade Vlneav GlderSolicits orders from the merchants of the mountains and guarantees satisfaction A mall order will receive prompt attention EVERY PAIR OF PANTSMadeantiLeg SHIRTStBetter Style Than Any Other- I DayHAZEL THSHKRAXD and Monthly World doUr a ycarin Advance iY t j zr r l I IH F PIERATT H C JICKSALL H F PIERATT CO DEALERS IN GGeneral MerchandiseV Live Stock and Country Produce ln K IF YOU WANT CHEAP GOODS COME J WITH THE CASH as that is the only safe and reliable way to do business PLEASE DO NOT ASK FOR CREDIT Very respectfully H F PIFRATT C- Ot AH parties now indebted to me ffi should call and settle or thoro will fff qi be A HOT TIME IX THE OLD W TOWN lODA1as I am deter fA mined to wind up all my outstand tp S Bpastl myIt 4 fremain repeetCIIf fi H F PIERATT J CECIL BROS topl Foncy Grocers Ii goodsAPPLfjarJELLIES 25c PEACH LEAF LAUD Iflc per pound SUGAR die to tilt per pound 12cIpackage SWEET POTATOES canned 15c 2 for tic KRAUT I pound can lUc CORN WeI per can PEAS 2 cans 25c firstclaMj TAYLOR DAYCARRIES IN STOCK A FfLL LINE OFVLadies Dress Goodsr LELadiesg gLampsCutlery and Hardware 4s illBoots Shoes Hats Caps E OC In fact eyerything usuallyNfound In firstclass store liSsSgE T E DAY MILLINERY CARRIES A COMPLETE LINE OFti MILLINERY and NOTIONS f LADIES FURNISHINGS DRESS GOODS- TRIMMINGS c k I RIBBONSI HOSE c IAnd sells everything so low that tho poorest may buy ICLOTHINC Y IIhave a nice lot of clothing which I intend I thisIocEAlsoat 100 that I have always sold at 125 and the same pro throughRemember for CASH ONLY J 1VI ROSETHE PEOPLES FRIEND h t UJIZELL GRoJIIE1IIYC r 00 Cheapest and Best NORMAL AND PREPARATORY SCHOOL School in Eastern 00Kentucky WThe present term began September 8 with the largest enrollment in the history of the school Tin SicMd Session bgins JANUARY I 1902 A thorough practical school for young men and AcademicCommercialDepartment r Tuition S15OO for 38 Weeks Board saoo per Week IF Nor particulars write WV H COKD Principal k n General Debility e psy In and out there Is that reeling of iskness that make a burden of Itself p1d docs not sfrerigtLtn Sleep does not rdrc ill r It is banl to hard to boar what joaid be easy tirs on the ebb andI Ute abOlerIIl Jot tills wad c Hoods Sarsaparilla Jttttalius Ithe 111l gives vigor and tone i the oiii ml functions and isI I for allLuirelv w rundown or ltbUitatoo t 0ii OOD8 tLLut cure a4 US6tW4- i ee ta =S i fHE HERALD 3- jj Ji B Thomson of Jackson wasII iere this week Bruce tho young son of Mr and I Mrs H P 1ioratt has t y lOI r l r lBumpsjjj e was in town Tuesday OhioII i hiiease of the measles and thoro aro i lereral others on tho same list 1t Judge Fogg and R F Cottoll of r West Liberty passed through hero Wednesday en route to tho Camp ton courttiS BEST medicine you can tako THE rid yourself of humors and 55elearyour complexion is Hoods Sac parillaits also TH E CHEAPEST Bev J B Cayton preached at SunIiayI audience I j i Geo A Dean and his driver lames A Shoopboth Uarbours tille were guests of the Day House over Sunday T I a Sterliua1itv sthe guest of his daughterMrs r5Taylor Day tins week and at tended court at Campion Misses Zerilda Sewell of Lane add Mollie Oney of Sunny Side r vertY pleasant call Wednesday When you have head ache neuralgia try Triphone Sold orII SS Combs Sons Campton ant H F Pieratt Hazel Groen tfII Ike Combs of Stillwator hind the r misfortune to loser000 panels off tail fence by fire one day last ami on the adjoining farm weekI t er Combs lost 500 panels j i On account of tho absence of the regular minister of the Chris Uan church Win H Cord Rov pulpitlSundayI I Dr Nickell reports the birthst boy to the wife of T Xickell of Grassy on Tuesday nf and says that he was a bouncer I He weighed 12A pounds i i Capitalists are directed to t- rad MOQ acres of timber land for silo A bargain can be had some one in this tract Write tho mOOr of this paper for price tct Judge Blair of Morgan count 4 rR here this week to see his tw f f Daughters Misses Annie and Cla l rinds who are attending the acad emy and have measles of a mal f1 ijjnant type The building of the now acad emy is progressing nicely The capstones of tho windows in tho second story have all been set and f itwilInot be many days until the Joistsare placed for the third story j floor f 1 At the Presbyterian church a orgarn j g r superintendent 9 oclock a in will 1 opempghattend yYI have a fresh uptodate stqckj pf trimmed and untrimmed hats which I am selling lower than this 1 class of goods was ever before sold C in Hazel Green Como in andsee Tft for yourself and if you want your I tflatfreeThe attention of our stock dials l v and especially all who all iP 7stock to Cincinnati is directed to Crawfprdt1i the fact that this firm is tonne fed with the Central Stockyards Louisville We refer you to iW rr T Swaugo as to their dealio ftc he having shippedBoveraljcari loads to them J I IWell SenutIpayersI ofour county is directed to thoI Sheriffs Settlement which will1 be found on the last page of our I I howIseen too that Sheriff Combs comes out with flying colors notwith standing many predictedhen heII was first elected that his hoartedncss tfullHe o has maintained Ins policy1 i ofII loniency with alland yet comes out square with tho county and state though there aro many who still owo him and those who do should promptly him If 14 pojj when you wore in a hard place you should bo as good as he and now pay him every cont That he iis too easy is well known by all but IIII j rewarded for being j kind By paying him promptly I the can do this and tho next time jI J the county wants a judge Thrasher Combs should bo given tho Ho has maliy friends who placeIIIIII jt m to mako tho taco and i should urgo him to do so until hoI I faithIIfulI without having made any thing and tho office of judge would holy him out It is a ton gofme ahead but his friends aro al randy talking of giving him the jt place if he will take itmi Head tho ad Wool Wmltodf which appears in our paper today j and then seo Ed Cecil who is theJ agent if you wish to sell your wool or have it converted into I jeans blankets yarns flannels j v wirj woolon mills west of the Allegheny mountains and the editor of thi I paper lifts known two generations t of the Louds who have controlled for years What they promise J will bo performed and in all casesI satisfaction will bo rendered Mrs Lou Mizo has been improv ing tho old Trimble propert i which was presented to her by J G Trimble of Mt Sterling I t her undo by grading the yard putting out shade and ornamental1 trees Ac She superintended the work herself and Crock Coldiron t was tho executive head That both did their work well is shown propertyIJohn D Atkinson Frank Lyons throughito Salyorsvillo to attend tho meet ing of tho district committee atby that place which was to select the place for holding tho convention to nominate a candidate for cour gress West Liberty was the placett tedIIIII Montn gomery is attending court atCamp ton this week Ho has just bought Spencehetr g hautebyd at beautiful site and ho will have an elegant homo tyHumors Como to tho Surface 0lapimples and other eruptions but dont ran themselves all off that way They mostly remain in tho system thats bad Hoods Sarsaparilla removes them wards off dancer makes wood health sure Take IthMisses Nettie Wheeler Eliza I James Xolda Davis accompanied by Prof Blankonship Monroe Gevedon and Willie Testerman made a delightful trip to Grassy on Friday and were the guests at the homes of Monroe Gevedon and Willie Testerman returning on Monday Fire got out in Crock Coldirone farm on Thursday last and for a time even the town of Hazel Green was threatened The wind was very high at the time and it took heroic efforts to put out the ft Mr Coldiron Burnie Finch a J T Day each lost from 50 to 150 panels of rail fence HOur man about town heard it rumored ou Tuesday that Judge Lusk a former citizen of our town who moved somo yours ago Oregon was dead Ho had many friends hero who will regret towe hoar this if it be a fact But hope it is not so See fhonew ocHjf H F PierA tt ttctI well to note the fact that this store will soon put in a stock of gara surpassing in elegance an- oth g brunt to Hazel Green iin a 1I ug time EXERCISES WCOMPOSmON bog Pupils Uiier Prof Noaht Cisco at The Academy Hazel Green academy C E Daniel agedII 10 years EVERY MAX HAS A DUTY TO PERFORM If no man should porfom their duties the goIThe people that aro always study largosftiresdentto perform they are always busy studying or at work Noah had a duty to perform which God ap inted him that was to build the k that was a very big duty to perform it took him 12years That was the largest duty that any man ever done by themselves on earth Jesus done the greatest work which hehasonlyIa common man he performed all his duties that God sent him to do No man over win perform their duties as well as Jesus did Jesus has other duty to perform that is to prepare a place in heaven for us alland then to tako us up with iI hltn nf tnft loaf everyoneIed to them Some people let their duties die down and they will quit i work thinking they have plenty j theydiethey will become so worthless no an will hire them to workand I they will become without mousy j and have no clothes and they will j have to lure out by the day at 50c i just to keep them living no man I can live without performing his j duties they will become poor and i become a beggar Some people theyllo gthornansd sorry as you can get do your du ties and you will come out good j i welllandis motto this mottomy keep W D Perry age 13 years in Hazel Green I academy IKINDNESSj iWhen God made the earth he made man and animals and put them in the garden of Eden t gether Ho did not intend for any ono to grab n club or a rock I and abuse tho animals just because I they could I guess that Cain and iI Abel would gather some stones j IithatIi wild animals hates man 4t runs j through their blood to hate men There are two species of animals domestic and savage The sav age animals are hardly everabuse d man for they stay whore mom do not live There are some men who will work their horses all day and when night comes saddle up the poor old tired horse and run him to the saloon get drunk an his poor horse nearly allI1 night come home and turn him in the lot without feeding him any thing Next morning tho man comes and puts the gears on the horse maybe ho has something to eat but it is doubtful works him about an hour tho next thing the s has to carry off a dead horse This was not what he ought to have done he ought to have fed his horse that night when he cam- from the field He ought to have stayed at home that night and ave fed him goqd that morning and when ho wont to plow the next day the horse would noUiave died If your cat shows you friendship show the cat friendship When towser has brought up the cows pat him on the head and speak kind to him When the innocent sparrow comes around your door throw them some crumbs This isofthe way to be kind to animals Dont kick poor pussy and Rhi towser and throw rocks at t sparrows but be kind and you willI be loved by every thing The only way to be kind to savage animals is to keep as far away from themt as possible reOnce there was a man who the mannat one time went into a cave a lio came in directly after the man di The lion was limping and put up one of his feet the foot had a rhojin it the man cast out thorn e men came in and captured ti man and took him off Some hunt kitag men put he man in a cage together They did so To their surprise the lion only smelt of the man and did not hurt him but rubbed up against him This proves that ifyon are kind to animals they will be kind to you jeNoT Our young friends who are fume lining us with these essays are reminded I that if they will take pains In writing th and send to Essay Editor of Comfort gusta Maine they may secure a prize The Aythe 25th There are fourpriraai2 1 60o and a yearly subscription to Comfort EDITOR r v ot Written for TUB IIEEALDI TIE TOW OF CAMMM DY BKKJAMIN 8 SWELL The town of Campton Kentucky In the good county of Wolfe That it is a gay old town There needs no proof It Is on Swifts Creek A stream of enduring fame So made by the silver hunter John Swift From whom it takes its name This town in 1800 was founded At the beginning of an awful war It lies toiled and tugged alogg unceasing And deserves a name The Mountain Star gifts no old dry town Facto be laughed at It is swelled with people Doth gay and tnt Ive given the towns amissiWhich has not been Ill now talk of its Their troubles luck There is 99 Combs Of Courtney Harry hotelECombs is a progressive And the keeper of a There is another in the hotel business lly name Aunt Polly Campbell r table is laden with loaves and fishes It gives Combs opposition and a scramble There are merchants in the town To the number of one two three four And if you ouce trade with the Jews Youll trade with them some more There is Mrs Lydia Stamper Who runs the millinery shop The ladles must buy hate of her And like true Kentucky belles Sop Just across the street is J T A model Jeweler by trade BailerII Those who buy a watch of him Gets the best ever was made There are blacksmith shops in the town Only two with Shall aud Drake in biz And all who take work tothem it done with a whiz tThere are two grist mills saidIFriday breadiWho give prominence to the town All have at teat common sense And may gain distinction and renown The town has its doctors Tutt Wm and Stampers Jim and Harve They all have their diplomas IAnd of tonne will never starve officenIdoenI thugs The town is graced with two churches Missionary Baptist and Methodist South There are some Christian people dronthIBoth are good on a shingle And either will do for a shave AcademyIMont competent best qualified to be found According to the last census of the town seenoBut best of all what gives us most renown Were only ten miles from Hazel Green iDrFennersR N I F rue urns w a acs a rtrto a at hINFLAMMATION HiES I Borrthroat llMdach S mlautei Tooth 1 oip I kfhe lmlnotcCDl tBom F lon rte tel o cO Colds Formlnr Fever GRIP I h F CURES 0lau TDeWG4aDpmaaPrl7ed a1 Y Sold by H F Pieratt Hazel Green Kj IDo With the Salooi The prohibitionists of Wolfe county are hereby requested to assemble in mass convention in the town of Campton on Saturday the 10th day of May at the hour of 1 oclock p m for the purpose of generaldconvention which will convene iin the town of Campton on the 17th day of May 1002 to nominate a candidate for congress All voters who intend to vote the prohibition ticket this year and all ladies are included in this call I appeal1 to the women of Wolfe county iin behalf of humanity God and the right to manifest their condemna tion of the liquor traiffic by honor prose ence Fellow citizens of Wolfe county can you not hear the wailing cry of ragged and homeless children tugging at the fad e- rbosoms of despairing mothers crying for bread Will you not listen to the groans of dying mil lionswhose lives have been wrecked and ruined by strong drink Do you not hear the clods falling upo the coffins of millions of victims King Alcohol Can you turn your backs toward this movement Pfor prohibition and then sleep soundly and sweetly when you re tire at night In the name o God stand by uSt and help redeem the Old Tenth God save our country from strong drink E W TOLSOX Pro Chair countydComfort Augusta Me offers to juvenilej writers under 20 years a essayseof 100 to 200 words Subject Theo dore Roosevelt Address Essay Editor Comfort Augusta Me The quarterly meeting of the M E church south will meet on the 10th and 11th of May at Goodwins chapel All stewards an requested to be at this meeting special business demands your attention CAaarildont lltoi It better than any have ev- eyear4ragstatllltataaA Tu uNold 11 08taterper jrtwy Cteek I f Jtr iIQ O 1 i mmmnmnm liWWWWW Wuuum r um UUmUkWUn R 1 ElWhen = you go to Lex J- l 1 ington call on LOUIS Be j a- ri Sifye 11 CUS STRAUS Lead ing Clothiers of Kentucky f t II E 1 Make their store headquar ifapev+ terse Introduce yourself by a f 1 telling em you know Uncle H f 1 Spence and you will meet U 4 1 r 1i r u a with prompt attentionj ea 4I rii Jf = a jr lttfi1 COUNTY NEWS 0 N011ES1 JJsFTo insure insertion pondtnce must be in this office by I Monday night of each that nearby on Monday morniniI I Onr correspondents are derelict in duty and we want to say that henceforth they will not receive papers except for week they hue news letters We theII dependent upon them for the news when they fail to send in their favors they put us to great inconvenience SUNNY SIDE TaulIbeoI Mrs Lanford Craft of your town gave week this place a business call last Miss Myrtle Fugitt visited Miss Maude Taulbee of Daysboro from Friday till Saturday Henry Cecil and Etta left Saturday for SwangoII tion Menefee county Sammie and Willie Caudle two bright boys of Hazel Green acade my passed through hero FridayS en route to their home near Pin hook Ponder Spencer of Menefee iis visiting his fatherinlaw J E Brooks Ho states that Mrs Tom Clair is very low with consump i- lion t misforItuneI t We regret this for Morgan is a poor hard working man with a family of small children About 18 of the young men of the academy took a stroll out this way Sunday They made the woods with music ring with that dear song Kentucky Home Uncle Rastus Brooks and wife quiltinglast25 or 30 invited We had a good dinner and a jolly time in general SUNBEAMdSTILLWATER SPARKLES Died on the 25th ultan infant child of Lee Taylor and wife Died on the 22nd ult a child KingsnB D Rose went to Dundee Monday on business Aunt Nancy Rose of the Trace fork was visiting here Sunday preachedf a very interesting sermon at Land saw Snnday On Friday last fire broke out and burned about 1200 paimols offence here A great many of our young folks attended the meeting at Landsaw Sunday One day last week our young friend Floyd Rose brought him in a wife She being the daughter of one James Wilson We wish them a happy life- Married at the residence of the brides parents Wm Buchanan and wife Miss Caroline Buchanan to Jasper Steele on the 24th ult May their path be strewn with happy roses- April29 PRESTO mro ivTjItI JOB PKotrore is rax i d fi 1ttftf r 7 on RACKET STORE I18IiqgtoqSi Biggest llear1et Stole 1 Offers to the public the most extensive lines to select from and tho r very best values at lowest prices DRESS GOODS WASH GOODS 4 CHEVIOTS black and colored DRESS GINGHAMS in all colors 50c to 225 per yudICto loc Per yird r J ETAMINES solid colors and fancies MERCERIZED GINGHAMS solid col 85c per yard and up I ota and fancies 20c and 25c per yard v = a GRENADINES black WHITE MADRAS fancy stripes lc to 3oc per yard FANCY 31011AIHSII OXFORD CLOTHS plain and figured 50c to 125 per yard 20e to 39c per yard I ALBATROSS allI colors 50c INDIA LINENS 5c to roc CREPE i n CHINE black and colors ANSOOK DIMITIES Jf1BBOAD75c to 250 per yardtoo numerous to mention a t d coloredI WAISTSI39c to 200 colors i CASTOR and BLACK798 to 2000 275 to 750 SKIRTS IMuslin Underwear OIRE SKmTS1000 to 1600 CORSET COYERSIOc to f 12IILK II a C90 to 1250 GOWNS48c to 360 U50SHORTj LONG 98 to 1000 CHEMISE25c to 225 J I PURCELL ntHACANjt v 0 1 OLD = t BOURBON IGood Liquor is free from adul teration drugs crude spirits and other harmful ingredients This is a subject worth looking into for as a necessity a luxury and a plea ti sure a good stimulant is Import ant When you want something good send us your orders O Hagans Old Bourbon Ii Jugs Best Califoraia Wises 4 year old 200 per gallon Sherry per gallon 150 5 year old 225 per gallon Port per gallon 150 6 year old 250 per gallon Blackberry per gal 125 7 year old2r5 per gallon Catawba per gallon 125 8 year old 300 per gallon Kelly Island Viiei 10 Year Old im Bottles Plain Box Sherry per gallon 125 4 Quarts 300 Port per gallon125 h a 6 Quartsrper gallon 100 12 Quarts 900 I Catawba per gallon 1ktac i YOU PAY XPRESS CHARGES Send P O Money Order or Registered Letter to the HAGAN DISTILLING GOJ z4k LEXINGTON K1er 4 aE ffH iZ t pt OverWork WeakenseY5lK s Your f Uiketltky Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through 1 your kidneys once every three minutes x The kidneys are your r v blood purifiers they fit J t I ter out the waste or Impurities in the blood II they are sick or out t dotPains aches and rheu matism come from ex cess of uric acid in the d neelectekidney I unsteadyheart i they had heart trouble becausethe heart is overworking in pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries I It used to be considered that only urina ryR s kidneybutall constitutional diseases have their begin ning In kidney trouble IIby1 III SwampRoot the great kidney remedy t rh I I soon realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and Is sold on Its by all druggists cent and merltscIiJIij Youes may f sample bottle by mall name of Swamp amt free also pamphlet telling you how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y To lake Best Whitewash Perhaps the most soughtfor out ofdoor wash is that used by ourY government lighthouse board and has been found by experience to do on wood brick and stone nearly as well as oil paint and is mudlib choaperLightbousewhitewashslake half a bushel of unslaked lime by pouring over it boiling water keep i covered during the process Strain it and add a peck bf fine salt dissolved in warm skater three pounds ground rice put into boil ing water and boiled to a thi paste hulf a pound of Spanish whiting and a pound cf clear glue dissolved in warm hater mix those well together and lot stand for several days K ep the wash thus prepared in a kdttle or port able furnace and when used put iit on as hot as possible using either painters or whitewash brush Reveals a Great Secret I It is often asked how such startr ling cures that puzzle the best physicians are effected by Dr Kings New Discovery forconsump tion Heres the secret It cuts tout the phlegm and germinfect od mucus and lots the lifegiving oxygen enrich and vitalize thejI II blood It heals the inflamed coughworn throat andlungs Har i colds and stubborn coughs soo yield to Dr Kings New Discovery the most infallible remedy for all1i j throat and lung diseases Guar an itt teed bottles 50c and 100 Trial1i I f bottles free j for sale by J Day Hazel Green and SSCombsjt j Sons Campton drug storesi Guarantee satisfactionj A Good Rule By a Good Paper I The Morning Herald has anji gnoanced that it will ad hero strictly I to the rule that all subscri totions must be paid in advance It II a good rule that every newspaper ought to adopt and stand to Th Herald offers a special inducement 11 to its subscribers to pay in advance IA by giving all who do so j first class uptodate map of Ken tacky of the United SJtates and ofII the world and at the same time publishing such a good paperthat I no one who can get itis willing to do withoutr itII I HoliiUpaCoigreiiHai At the end of thej campaign r Champ Clark Missouri i I nervous congressman tension loss from of over sleepI I IwritesI l speaking I had aboutwoo r collapsed It seemed thatj I j organs in my body were out ofElecI I the best allaround medicine ever sold over a druggists counter a Over worked rundown men an weak sickly women gain splendIdt I t health and vitality from Electric I ctsGuaranteed l Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sons Campton k Howdy Judge was the salu tation made Judge Patterson dur theSthe 29th nIt by a wellknown Lebanon young mllnIt will costs t f iou just 10 to tell me howdy It twaayous again disturb the court I shall ft 1 goqrrhae the sheriff d him r f inighOne 91 I of y tytac tmen OaeFak licatragp tJinf OttWIR luBK tSo i ttytWn 1 Dots Frost Lee City Pros Patrick has bought him al 20 bicycle Several of our citizens left here Monday toattend Campton court R J McLin passed througb here last Saturday en route to Jackson Having not seen any letter iin your paper for so long will write one this week AMNickellacccmpanied by hisII son Lucien and Mrs Kelly Rose 110ft for Jackson last Saturday Clay Rose John Graham and R Spradling went to Cannel City last Saturday to attend the lodger Bennie Hawkins who has been clerking for J R Terrell loft t Sclay 1 his home at Jackson last forII asiI i left for his home on Holly last week The young women of this place1 will on next Saturday night have a box supper to which everybody I is invited I James A Rose visited home lastI Saturday and Sunday I hear that 1 he visited his girl on Stillwater tbut they must have sat close to the window if report be true Asa Rose who has been in Shel villy for the past five months I studying telegraphy has finished i and is at home again He is at thutagent at this place Rev Thompson held a protract ed meeting here last week j there was a good attendance especially 1on last Sunday There were a good many young folks there being among them Boyd Skees and his igirl Miss Nannie Graham also John Strickliu and Miss Doll Arnett Misses Fugate and Taulbee frofc HazelGreeuaccompaniedbyMisses LuIs Taulbee Mollie Little Myrtle Amyx of Daysboro carne all the way from the above named places to get to ride back from this place Ito Helechawa only two miles S girls traveled 14 miles and paid fifty touts just to get to ride two miles on the train besides they walked the fourteen that iis they walked all the way up here andalso after they got off at Helechawa All were proud thet warde fireny were to ride on the train Apr120offers IDangerous If Neglected- r other wounds of tent fail to heal properly if neglect ied and become troublesome sores DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve prevents such consequences even where delay has aggravated the in jury DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve runninPIg sore on my log thirty yearsn says H C Hartly Yankoetown IndI remediese I tried DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve few boxes healed the sore r violad1 to it at once Beware of counter foils H F PIEHATT About Our People From the Jackson Hustler S H Kash of Wolfe county was a visitor in Jackson last Saturday Harlan Wilson of Lee City was bussstiers Hanibal Hurst of Campton wa visiting friends and relatives in our town the first of the week J R Elkins and R L Miller of Lane Wolfe county were in Jack sou Tuesday Wants Others to Xiew lcdEarly Risers for constipation and torpid liver and they are all right am glad to indorse thorn for I think when wo find a good thing we ought to let others know it fj IllTheyI safe pills H F PIERATT Tho wife of Dr J C Beard of LebanonKygave her fourmonths- old child morphine by mistake and the infant died Sho is now her elf in a critical condition and he physicians in charge fear that will die of grief You cannot buystandard pianos organs buggies sewing machines dacka watches and jewelry as cheap anywhere else as yon cau me Come and see samples and ou will be convinced You do With1mailI Mt J- v car STOPS PAIN 37 190L b orince Ute flrt1aparsnce of mr atone they were very IrrocuUr sad tIhipbactbearing down pain in the abdomen DUring the put month I have been I taking Wiro of Cardul and Tbedford Blaek DrauxhtaniIpaenedthemonth- lyperiodlrithoutptdarorthe ant time in years Nasals DAVW i What Is life worth to a woman suffer Ing like Nan lle Davis suffered Yet j there are women In thousands ol hornet i today who aro bearing those terrible menstrual pains In silence It you an one ol these we want to say that same tillsII W5NECARDUI iI 1will bring you permanent relief Con isole yourself with the knowledge that 1000000 women have been completely cured by Wino of Cardul These wen en suffered from leucorrhoea Irregular menses headache backache sod bearing down pains Wine of Cutfut will step all theta aches sad paler for you Purchase a 100 bottle of Wine et Cardul today and take it lIs the privacy of your heals tsvbwertnpJtmlThe CUMUooota lIed1c Co Cmtuaoo Tesm I i 72Pae Paper Dr Joptha Fallen of Wilmer- t Texas has placed us under obli gatioua for a mammoth edition of the Dallas Texas Morning News which has a complete account of the Confederate Reunion at that place and other interesting read ing about the Indeed it is souvenir edition that should be in the hands of ever old soldier whether of the gray a blue and one that will be appre- a ciated by all who had the pleasure to obtain it Ho also sends us a copy of the paper at Wilmer which is an enterprise recently inaugurated Hows This T Wo offer One Hundred Reward for any case of Catarr- o that sonnot be cured by Hulls Ca tarrh Cure F J OHENEY Co Props Toledo 0 Wo the undersigned have known F1 Cheney for the last 15 yours and believe him perfectly honor able in all business transactions financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm WEST tC THUAX Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 WALDING KINVAN DruggistsToledo Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price 75c per bottle Sold by all Druggists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills aro the best Preston Day ot Whitesburgagod 102 died on the 20thult at Pre s ton Heights of lockjaw For 28c in stamps yon can get a tree trial of Wilsons Tobacco Cure Has cured thousands CORP WILSON f30y Calvert Texas Vitn Ore will relieve you of all1 1aches and pains Agents wanted Apply to or address with stampr Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky intltt t r alth WINCHESTER KY N H WITHEESPOON President B D HUNTER Cashiers Paid up Capital 10000000 Surplus 2000000 Handsome deposit of 140421648 BIerchDtsXenMcqand Ddthef olegitimate Consiijiion Dan DBe Cuedi As easily as a common cold by the FILL PINO REMEDY brought from the Philip pines by a soldier who served there for twoIyears in the U tested two years before beingpaced on the market For proof and full particulars write to CAPT WILSON Calrert Tuay i M YKAKS- RXKMKNOC PATENTS TRADE MARKS DESIGNS AoABTOMlQoaammas onadeat det Jg0II8 1Itrtct17- 1D amerta We baTe s Wuhatgtoe apoleR aJe tn thBvak Mona a tie Bad AMERICANbPstMlflhaamwtrated 4 Meeaat Yiv Itax araar MUMN 4 COesan MJ linitttepty1 lew k firI i I 11 1I1I 13OO11JJ o n J J UU u The following school book- can I be bought at this office at less than dealers prices A saving of 15 per cent is gua anteed you But you must be quick as these are all we have Fryas Elweats si Geography 52 stats Fryes Complete Geoiraphy 1100 Cyrs First Reader 23 cents Cyrs Second Reader 29 cents Gyrs Third Reader 40 cuts Cyrs Fourth Reader 48 cents Cyrs Fifth Reader 58 cuts ceatsII16 cents 4 Arithmetic Grade m is ants I Arithmetic Grade IV 16 ants Tarbeils Lessens la Lasauge Gra scar 48 teats Oar Government by lacy 60 ants ChlWs Book ol Health 24 cuts Oar Bodies and How We Live Blaid a I 52 ceats- Bsflaaers American History 48 cents Leading Facts of American History 80c SPENCER COOPER ROSE WHEELER J PRACTICAL BLACKSMITHS AND- WACONMAKERS HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of the farmers of this vi imI= provedtacilititas for blackamithing and wagonmaking as 3well as repair work of all kinds- r A full force of first class mechanics insures promptness in the exi cution of all work entrusted to them aui I satisfac tion is guaranteed in all cases Buggy building and wagon n aking are our specialties Your patron ice is re apectfnlly solicited and will b duly appreciated Respectfully cROSE WHEELER 11101hT EIUY ffT1ig Pants I p Pf= SOLE EALEB HAZEL GREEN KY PHOENIX A now firstclass cafe for ladies and gentlemen has been opened iin oppositel the delicacies of the season are served in firstclass style Ladies especially are invited WANTED INVENTORS to write oonadentisiletkr before apforyoaar rJlng U mr be worth mo- neyPATENTS W promptly obUls U 8 and Foreign I aJTItADCattorney1PARKrfr opfHrla mo orVbolpand wf send catiMME ATE IIIIEIE report on patentability we glt the 6e lec l ftrrico and adnot and our charges are moderate Try ua I SWIFT CO eat Lakryarfr 0US hteatfltllceWaeklsgtw DR- I flour flourI flour SJlLT WI SJlLTI ROBERT P RASH PRICESiFLOUR SALT and solicits the patronage of the merchants of the mountains fWillmeet any legitimate competitionCall buyinRMcCausey Ky Your Tongue If its coated your stomach is Dad your liver is out of order Ayers Pills will clean your tongue cure your dys rightEasy25c An moist 1browDIUCKINIfAISDYE YI1 ha Is r atta e hMNna o N P MN a doNrre NtL otj 0 0 J rKadaiII- s Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat thepand digests tJcJIt gives Instant relief and never falls to cure It allows you to eat all the food you want The most sensitive I I ByitsusemanyLI cured after everything else failed Is unequalled for the stomach Children with weak stomachs thrive on It I GWM all stomach tiiM IKIs I Prcmrcd only by Ea DsWiTTOo T11 boUe cooUlasZH times Ule ChIC18II Solo by II F PIERATT Hazel t MENDELWEINSTOUK CO j HATS j I I 027629 W MAIN STREET KreSituations Secured for ltTadUal A aitiunrrrurxnt trritr- at mcecarcatafogurandpcL vfCU rM asseCollcBusiness ocl- cainlllt K MonrswtrrAla Huutlon ten Columbus Ga rieMend Va Blrmidjham Ab lar t nrtl IIs Fl JJStlUll6WBlflCOJ Manufacturer anti Jobbers of MENS BOYS pi nTUIMP be CHILDRENS LU I il II H U 007 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY REGAIN YOUR EALTH WITH to to u a 10 10 utIVITIl110 11110 a 11001O0000 IUHii Gam Iroeeeooooeeeee NATURES DOCTOR FORMAN IKND M I IT CURESgtltr RheumatismDiptheria DiptheriaLa Brights Disease Blood Poisoning Kidney Liver and Stomach Troubles Female Complaint Catarrh and Ceneral Debility IT CURES WHEN ALL ELSE FAILS I ROAD TIE TESTIMONY OP TWO WELL Don CITIZENS OF WOLFE Mr Cooper Hazel Green Ky I purchased some of the Vitm Ore of you in the letter part of Marchand after taking about a halfpint of the OreElixer my nerves were as steady as when I was 16 years of age and I am 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 Vitoe Ore which my wife 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 work It is the grandest medicine in the world and I want everybody in the mountains to know what it did for me so they may try it Hoping every one who has that tired feeling incident to old age will buy Vita Ore 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 bis wife and bought the medicine of Mr Cooper for him though I did not have much faith in it because wa had tried so many things that did no good I have also wed Vitro Ore and am stronger and in better health than for yearn which I attribute to its use MRS SOUTHEY LACY Lacy Creek KyJune 1 190- 1IVitaeOre isl a package which makes 1 quart of Elixer Dose One teaspoonful in glasa of water Mailed to any address oa receipt of price Address i COOPERHAZ yey rA r o r c SHERIFFS SETTLEMENT fH And Statement of the Financial StandingI t of Wolfe Counts at the end of the year 1001 as shown by settlement made with A T Combs sheriff at the special January term 1902 of the Wolfe fiscal court as follows Special January Terra 1902 of N Claim To whom Paid1mollat the Wolfe Fiscal Court JIHSVn0l 825 To the Honorable Justices of the Peacei05Mltch Campbell g M composing the Fiscal Court of Wolfe 2X57JaneSi racer 5 00 county302CIay Campbell 4 w Having been appointed this courts334W P Lacy 4M 1166 Wcommissioner to make final settlement Swango 4 S2- I with A T Combs sheriff of Wolfe129Abner1 Trent g 00 X09 John D Rosecounty for the year 1901 I beg leave to g 00 submit the following report of settlement 361G F Byrd 9 00 I find said sheriff chargeable with bal880G T Center 3 o ante due Wolfe county on settlement 379G T Centerma- de M- 378Iat the October term 1901 of this W Combs 3 W court 2305 54 I find said sheriffenti381James Drake 2 00 tied to tbe following credits for claims 377David Alber 2 00 filed2J2E F Duff 4 00 P359C0 Cardwell 8 00 C8J W Wngletony150 00 329J F DunnDsulphen 1 00 3COL JI Brown 15 00330C M 1 00 93J W Congleton = 12 0033J Messenger Job Printing Co 27 fIG 9David Whisman 15 00 382Jonathan Creecha 2 od 214David Whisman 10 00 1861 R Hollon 2 0- 0331David Whisman 11 00 37CO F Allen 2 OOj 270Lee Peck 12 00 368John D Kincaid 2 00 345GB Campbell 15 00 307John D Rose 9 00- 207nuehanan Rose and flight343G W Lovelace 6 OOi Roberts Kg 25 324S S Combs Sons 79 01 298Tom HallZ 25 00 3G9Jonathan Cbilders 2 OOi 303Hugh Coldiron 25 00337C C Rose i5 20 304V T Casks 2252 306J N Chambers 9 00 L5CJames Cannoy 20 00 258J R Carroll 10215 349J H Stamper SO 00 385Logan Lindon 2 00 S50J H Stamper 16 28 384Lilburn Graham 3 28 S48JH Stamper 1000 388John Tolson 2 00 332Isom Brewer 10 00 387J B Hollon 2 00 334E B Tyia 24 00 38CG B SwanKo 2 00 311John D Rose 10 00 aUR L Carroll 2 00 157JJ Dictey 39 42 392George Brooks 2 48 2388 Combs Sons 17 Hi mOD D Landsaw 2 00 e 327G BStamper 12C 9o884Henry Cox 2 55 355Byd ROt i4 2T 1G1A G Lawson 2 00 354Byrd Rose 44 50 372 James A Neff 2 00 356EIIen Long 31 80 C9W T McNabb 5 00 370John Cox 32 80 39701 McNabb 10 96 365 L G Stamper 5 00 WFielden Cox 25 00 366John Coxrli 00 373O W McNabb 50 00 358H C Elkins L 2 56 3J8Marion Kelley and wife 104 00 309GeorBe Oliver 9 00 34CFrank Murphy 40 00 SC3Daniel Pelfrey 2 00 S S Combs Sons 26 05 321 George Terrill 256 Land forfeited to county 21 8t S22B B ColeAllditional absentee and delia 3C9H K Nickell 2 90 quent listt 17 15 3C3R L noseGeorge A McQuinn improperly 353A F Byrd 5 ooassessed 2 4- 52GlJ M Taylor 1 00 I credit said Sberiffwilh the following 280J M Taylor 7 00 claims that are due but not paid and the Irled2M 800 00 308W B Duff 9 X To A F Lyorjs 180 3I3W B Duff 1 To Clay Lacy 300 00 352T C Hollon g To G B Stamper 2310 347Dr H Stamper G Clay City Lumber Stave Co 3258 S51Dr J H Stamper 3 342R P McCowan 2 50 Tctnl credits 2305 M 2GOBerry Noble 5 30 Total charged to said sheriff 2305 M j 337Henry Swango 513 All o which is respectfully bmitted j 3IOB F Bowlin 9 30 this Ja uary 4th I902j326J A Phelps 4 W G T CENTER COmmi ioner There was 165000 worth of claims allowed payable out of the year 19011 which necessarily had to be carried over to the year 1902 as tie levy yas not sufficient to payoff these claimsV SJ TUTT C W 0 C r41 = JJOW- 4iFiIQit j t i R ENVELOPES j NOTEHEADS BILLHEADSf- fLETTERHEADS 1 r SALEBILLSPROGRAMS c CIRCULARS E tt CATALOGS MINUTES c c t i We have Three Fast Presses a Power Paper Cutter and 40 YearsxExperience enables us to Court Com i parison and Defy Competition When 1 you want PRINTING come and see useRespectfully c SPENCER COOPER e t t 4 HUGHES CHILL TONI woxi8- aves tAWb taken in earlpBgrlKA T- Toaleuts w- pleaunt DeapeaPALATABLqMalarial Fever off Better than Calomeland Quinine Centring no AneoicJ veTf and tones up the IJIa J TUB OLD RELIABLE aSCBillira 83HHSAI fOHIO I 4t As well as a Sure Cure for Chills and Fevers Swamp Fevers and Bilious Ferers Jfd seasonIT t F HJU LuaUye NWTMU Sedative SfllwUll T4Oomraateed Try It Deat take nay substitute AtDrusgtaU OocanU 1 B M1 f v PKKPAXEDBK8CCOW8WORTHFoilreansaceaalatkeSeatkROESOWPETPETprevM1I1IJ1tea Teale ramIItCOP61iATYDe4fercblNahauwelarial feyen LpVltVILLK KENTUCKY r