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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 4 ii I rf b t ADVERTISING 1 Column 1 year 0 RATESIi II 1 year if II 1 year j Inches year 1 Inch 1 year 7 00 IIAnnounrementsSI I i i calls te ups anil on 81 5c nislrietII fefutsatnt THEJIAZEL GREEN HERALDMarch 1885 Famous the Story Jonathan and SEVENTEENTH YEAR GREEN KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 29 NUMBERS IownO SPKNCKR COOPEUT Mist Pijtilar Mist Wifely Gircilatti MLCASIOR1AFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASIORIA cCflTaua CNII1 AN UPTODATE PoiPoMAP Or KENTUCKY I glvingeveryInches The reverse side contains map the States and the Iworld with helpful information made sell for 10- 0I GIVEN AWAY FREETo every subscriber for I The Morning Herald t The Lealkg Daily cf Ike Crass You also get beautiful photograph with every Sunday issue WAY TO GET Send Your subscription with check for THREE DOLLARS name Cortwoadvance 0sBuilding Lexington Ky ljf Pitmes=MOHTHL rVJ The Only High Class Monthly at Year in 25ctWorld aaaa flftitm faftJFonr Cetmmmt to ttt I Peg trtrf PAle Maculae Itself each edited by one who know JIeweYeI number mine Informs Nos and entertainment Made in of His Continent by Max ORell I HAZEL WOLFE COUNTY 1902 I IftI Ortt t I t I t art t t t t Always PxnYr In Advance Alt of ntc CW 10 atTY e Po r w a of United It Is to = 4 Eire r F a THE ONEy In months in Printer a a r a In a of 4 i CONTAIN THE FOLLOWING VETAHTNENTJ j One Short Story Biographical Tld BltaIPopular Science Amateur Photography All the Comforts of Home The FamilyI Lawyer Department of Health The Editor Half Holiday The Quix Club prise question department The Old Cur loaltyShop Sport Qamn and Pastimes Home Study The Coming Generation The Pint Thousand and What to Do With It practical success department The Story of the World When the Day Work Is Done j wpNCopykrtluatklee AddrM GOOD TIMES Columbus O I JIII4II ITH CHICAGO POST THE MME PAPEL Ell Imswill mi daily The CUcigi Fist Etm LIVE STOCK Sltmr skMU rids dull Tbi CHwgi Put 1 Eierj PIOiUCESMiHr shall real UliTte CUcgi Put EunBHAlM Stypr null rid doll The Chic i Put THE GREAT P MARKET NEWSPAPER TIE lEST IS MIME TOO Mil FOR YOU Subscribe through roar ooeomiulon Inn eWl4e1er or publisher of aewapa PS staiBlaz tale dTerUMaeat Sample copies seat trgeoa req r c addreu THE CHICAGO POST ChiI 0 IVs O 1yK rJF NEATLY EVERY CHEAPLY DESCRIPTION Al i f PROMPTLY EXECUTED I OFFICE AND S4TISbA TI01 1IiU NTEED IN ALL OASES 1 i A- t1 w= t 2A erns YYOfk aps YVIfs 4 I ICD EIREE wide white roads met at a little piece of short dry lawn where stood a fingerpost sY pointing in three oono site directions Two of the roads led to the small1 town and smaller village just visible across the meadows and the third up a long dusty white hillI to the downs beyond- A dreary dismal prospect wit its stiff rows of poplars against the skyline and the stunted willows fringing the slowflowingt stream But here and there a bushI of white hawthorn shone out pure and beautiful and patches of yellow marigolds made gay the low lying meadowland Spring showedI herself in the faint green of theI bushes the pale blue of the sky and the rich song of the thrush She laid her flowerladen hands on the poor bare pasture and madeI all beautiful like the smile of a mother in a dismal home Up the steep bill a group of workmen toiled their white tool baskets hung on their backs their brown figures all in harmony with the scene They moved with the slowslouch ing gait born of long toil their heads bent their eyes dull and listless with the weight of many years of hard work and drudgery One of thorn a younger man pan ed at the fingerpost and blddln a brief good night to his comrades chose a small path running close by the line and through thei brown fields ploughed and harrowed in readiness for the seed A few solitary crows stalked up and down among the ridges looking for the grain they had come too early to find One corner of the field was still yellow with the useless mustard I and a fire had been made of the rubbish and was dimly burning sending a cloud of pale blue transparent smoke across the landscape Everything stood out cleancut in the clear spring atmosphere and the heart of the man was as th heart of a little child drinking iin insensibly the beauty of life antof nature His rough garments were stained with the shales he bad been working among all day His thick rib duroy trousers strapped at the knee creaked as he walked his heavy mudcaked bootp trod the young grass under foot His throat was bare and brown and in hi rough hairy hands with their epl and blackened nails bo hold his toolbag and teacan as well as some fragments of dry wood ho had picked up on his way But God made man in His own image before the days of fustian an d corduroy and the reflection of Heaven lay in his blue eyes and 1 on his broad brow The splendor of life and the goodness of thott Creator came to him as naturally as the song to the bird and the thankfulness in his heart as he strode on was as acceptable as the power of a saint A little figure crossed the mea dow on the opposite side of the lino and his gale fixed upon it A dainty figure despite the old brown gown and lilac apron j a girl with the sun in her hair and eye and who carried the heart of t i workman in her little baud Ov Iris face stole a tenderness too doe for words and his heavy wal quickened as he watched his wi seat herself on a fence and shadejj her eyes with her hands Watching for him he thought God bless her I and be waved I his toolbag awkwardly enough But the shaded eyes wore loo ing in another direction watching a graceful figure advancing withjj swinging gait Tibby glanced down coquettishly at her trim feet swinging from the stile and then up at the young squire and her husband smiled at her pretty attitude Then the youth paused and the pastlioATn ate andpI1 ft a j yet yiolding on hers She laid her hand on his arm and looked up at with tearful loving eyes und Shimgrip of the devils hand took of the husbands heartThWith white set faro and clench ed fists he moved slowly towards the two figures still unconscious of his proximity Then the girlI laid her head back against her companions breast and their lipsI met as moot the lips of lovers Reluctantly they parted The gentleman was soon out of sight while the village wife sprang down from the fence and as she dine she caught sight of her husband on the opposite side of the line cobblushing rosy red with quick wo mans deceit she ran lightly down the bank to meet him as if she hadI been watching for him and himI alone As she did so the misery of his face changed to one of hor ror and the dull roar of the ape preaching express fell on his ear Quick as thought ho flung him self across the line and meetin his wife hurled her roughly backI on to the bank in safety What passed between the souls of hueen band and wife as for one moment their eyes met Was it confession on one side forgiveness on the othI er God knows But the trainII passed by crushing out the life ofjj the workman as a moment before I a woman had crushed out his joyII And to the over swelling crowd ofsaints and martyrs was added yet another soul that day iDaas8Five years ago a disease the doctors called dyspepsia took such I hold on mo that I could scarcelJ go writes Geo S Marsh wellII known attorney of Nocona Tex I took quantities of pepsin audtt aWermoaicillesbatllothiaghelpemo atE d a straw I grabbed at Kodol I feltII an improvement at once and afterf a few bottles am sound and wellfI Kodol is the only which exactly reproduces the nat ural digestive juices and cansoII quently is the only one which di gests any good food and cures all form of stomach troubleh foer t the expenses of keeping them by clearing my land They clear off he willows haws buck brush and squaw berries and leave a good blue grass pasture whore there was nuisance in the first placeJ D Color Wail OtkH to Lsr J I have used DeWittY Little Early Risers for constipation and righttam glad think when we find a good thing we ought to let others know it i writes Alfred Heinze Quincy Ill i They never gripe or distress Sure safe pillsrAt Ruseellvill Ky Ben Vat kins colored was given two years and nine months in the peniten tiary for the killing of Charley Ogden another negro How To Gain FleshPersons have Mea known to gain a yY takiM EJNUanLr itheoften happen eryytilt unce produce startkthe clJCStive machinery going prop ieso that the patient k aWe to dl+ est and absorb his ordinary dotbe fore and that b tlt way gain isrnadep ofk+i k Mce sary healths tfyemhtye not lOt it you earl Jet it by taking SS I y atr B It el vllll ilN are lirisil4- n tT S I Sic Mdgiaerall rlirlAI rt IOifI1r10lidaYMiiwlfitkijjjjjjjjj r U si mm POET nt e Paiater Peet of the Keaticky Hazel Greea Herald Receives Attention Frog W J Laaptoa From Editor and Publisher New Yo- rkWI LAMPTON was born iin Kentucky ThereI are few experienced newspapermen who do not know of Mr Lamp ton They have been reading his poems for several years and of la t his fugitive verses in the New York Sun have been copied throughout the country The following bit ncerning journalism in Eastern Kentucky in Mr Lomptous usualI vein is contributed to The Editor and Publisher Up in the hill country of Eastern Kentucky is a quaint little town of 350 people called HazelI Green It is 20 miles from a rail road and connected therewith by a string of yellow dirt and hills pleasantg to Days tavern are a dozen kinds of pie ten kinds of preserves fried chick and stewed chicken with gravy to it like the nectar of the gods roast beef and fried porkand cornbread and white bread and coffee and tea and sweet milk and but termilk and honey and molasses and hot biscuits and batty cakes and all kinds of other edibles pop pod down on the table without regard to courses but just as toothsome and filling make it a feast worthy of the epicure the gourmet I and the gourmand all in one In this remote little town iis published TILE HAZEL GREEN HER by Spencer Cooper an editor who knows the longfelt want of his community and does his best to fill it albeit the people do not always respond liberally to his earnest calls upon them unless perhaps they do in the manner o anteingup spareribs andsausage and turnip greens and cordwood auad ginseng and now potatoes and ap plea and a jug of cider and a box of honey and a watermelon and asYd then a subscriber lays an egg on is table for all of which the edi tor and his hotter seveneighths ho always calls her that are fully thankful THE HERALD 1is especially proud of the fact that when Max ORell was first in this country he mentioned it as one of two American newspapers which seemed to him to be the most char acteristic of the country he had seen here and Max didnt miss iit much for THE HAZEL GREEN HER ALD is a monopoly of its Mud adI vertising conventional except when the Muse cuts loose through it and THE HERALD has a MuseI in the person of one Sam Wilson whole referred to as the painter Mr Wilsons field of endeavor in the art of painting iis confined to painting barns houses fences corn cribs churches anII 11otherpainting and varnishing of f rnir ture and THE HERALD often con twine commendatory allusions to jobs in thatline which he has most artistically completed THE HER ALD also contains many of thet painter poets poems and in a recent issue there shone a poem the bonnets of a wellknown lac mllhnerwhtch as an advertisement and a symphony combined isJ worth a dollar a line though it i not believed that the Muse pulls ed down anything like that forIU it and trio editor no doubt put it in as a compliment to tho fair mil1 1A liner or possibly took a bona for his hotter seveneighths for it In any event the poem is worf thy of the careful and prayerfull consideration of those other who call themselves adsmiths an j write about pickles and pills and corsets and chills Herewith is Mr Wilsons effort f taken directly from the top of the column next to reading matter on three aides Written orTHKHERAL- DBeaatJ HU atMr II B YhaIf you trove tease eke heaatta That sake eBMittawile Jaigo UKn M B Kart And rice the Met style j t trj1 t pleasetIn her window you cnn plainly see These beauties 0 to cute Im sure that if youll step inside Youll buy one that will suit Tvrould lake up too much space to give Each one its fashionable name Hut O these beautiful darling hob Will please you just the same And alter your inspection Youll try one oer your curls And joyous oer the selection A lot oi happy girls SetoMerely to show what the poet paintiir can do in other depart ments of verse I give below a couple of stanzas from another page in which the poet painter iis answering HERALD correspondent who had asked him to write a poem on a lady friendof his Note carefully please the loyalty to bis own lady and the beautiful poet ical sentiment so deftly combined indicating oven to the unculti vated mind tho fine distinction between real poetry and advertis ling poetry which are contrasted in the two samples given To Supple Jack Kind sir it takes up all my time To write for one alone Speak softly to your lady friend With music in your tone Just tell her for me if you please Theres one upon my wind Which none on earth can eer compare With beauty so refined Some day Mr Wilson may move his paint brushes and his pen nearer to the center of civilization and if he over door some of our well known and industrious ad smiths will be compelled to take to the tall timber W J LAMPTON Bronchitis II I have Peckept Ayers Cherry toral in my house for a great many fyoga It is the best medicine in the world for coughs and colds J G Williams Attica NY All serious lung troubles begin with a tickling in the throat You can stop this at first in a single night withI Ayers Cherry Pectoral Use it also for bronchitis consumption hard colds andfarcou8hsofallkindsst Camels your doctor If h take It tea do u b aye It beelyea not to take It then dont take It Ho Dowa Ira u with him Wo aro wllllac J C ATKU CO Lowtto YAM For clearing our thickets andJ undergrowth of all kinds there is nothing better than Angora goats The pasture will soon lookas clear as a cleanedup picnic ground high as they can reach when standing on their hind legs In this way they can reach 5 or 6 feet I high and they bend down every thing they can reach with their fore logs Tho brushier the range the better and the more different of brush and weeds on their tho bettor they will thrive H T Fuchs Tiger Mills Tex Du erects If Ne Isctei Burns cuts and other wounds of fail to heal properly if neglected and become troublesome sores DeWitts Witch toatalvents such consequences even where delay has aggravated tho in jury DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve runningsore on my leg thirty Years says C Hardy Yankeetown Ind After using many remedies I tried DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve eorotto it at once Beware of counter Angora goats will eat buck bru5b otherdjimson weed iron- weed smartweed and every other weed that grows leaving the grass for other animals that will food after tho goatsR C Johnson Lawrence Kans For 28o in stamps you can get a free trial of Wilsons Tobacco Cure Has cured thousands Cow WILSON f3Qy Carrert Tozaa c 7i t i I II f fSUBSCRIPTIOJl IRATESI g + Silicic eOP1e +elate after your name r you 10 days are before paid to time is IIThe give postoffice when changed renewing should or be to iudlcateaI I 4 r nOregl5tered A letter sasta or bank +COUNTY + DIRECTORY + HAZEL GREEN POLICE COURT JudgeJW N NICKELL Deputy MarshallI BOARD OF TUSTEES ChairmanW JourDDA s JOHN M ROSE JOHN H ROSE 4 0 SE CIRCUIT COURT FourthMonday xptemberDAVID B REDWINE JudeAFBYRD Common wealthsAttorney CommissionerC 0COUNTY COURT mOQtbJ t Judge ClerkFRANE Sheriff AttorneyJS N HOBBS Assessor SurveyorFRANK CoronerJSupt r r 0MAGISTRATES COURTS TIRE OF HOLDING AND OFFICIALS SIIOCKEYMagistrate courtSECOND RosEJRinFebruary Magiatratt ConstableCourtFebruaryay LEGoMagistrateCourt days First Friday in March June September and December CHAMBERSM8Iidrate BANKS Constable Court days Third andNovember Y- Suvuxru DISTRICTB F BOLIVxMagistrate PORTER CLARK Constable MatchJuneridEIOATII settime Lexingira and Eastern RailtayT- iHB Table IB Efleet Oct 29 1111 EAST BOUND I No 2 Nn9rSTATIONS Daily ex r Sunday Sunday PMLVC AMLTC amWinchesteramLEJuncnamClayamStanton amNatT amineUyve WEST BOUND No3TATIONSI uSandiJ Sunday 6 pmatgvepoporrentpmNatI I pmStaatonpmClayI I I LKJancn 9 lOam 4 03 pm Winchester pmLexlugton 11mIManager nt 8P A 0 ft I B1AKCI Tina Table i Effeet JtMtry 1 INI EAST BOUND WEST BOUND No21DaUuSunilAYI ar pm lev 9 45 am Jackson lOOp 9 40 am O K Junction 105 pm 8 45 am Wllhnnt 1 65 pmI8 30 am Hampton 2 10 pm 7 45 am Lee City 3 00 pa7 35 am Helechawa 3 10 pm 7 00 am Cannel City 3 45 pm L CONLEY Superintendent 4 LVInLTIN AND STOVE COMPANY k Jobbers and Dealers h- iS rcYTESJaped andd Tinware cc XtOVISVILL KY I mLLERBEMETT WHOLESALE 0 PIJRNITUKThe Largest Ezeluslva 5f71G r if b Wholesale Furniture Dealer in the South MtlftTilfe L1 REH BkYERS0Id OQ IYIIO DIALHi fcT o BAPPLUL i 1 soeais w MAIN STwanv r 2f4tltr eslsls II EJF t i fftEIEUL IfftPEICERt COOPER Editor I I I HAZEL GREEN KYITHURSDAY May 29 1002 4 r itpi ilt EmEnTs + t Craaty Conventions at County Seats on ConventionprHOPKINSHONI P A HOPKINS county is hereby announced as a candidate for the demo- craticrr nomination for congress from the k thekD othSlorgan f 1 nounced as a candidate for the democratic nomination for congress from the thedemocratic MAXY an old soldier of the federalarmy who has hereto fore failed of the pension privilege will hail with delight the announcement that Congress haTs introduced service pension bill and hope he will keep a boring at it until it becomes a law His bill provides that v every man who served 90 days or more shall draw 600 per month and one cent for each day of service This would give veterans of that army in the neighborhood of 2000 a month and any soldier draw ing less now than that bill would give him couldavail o its provisions That the pen sion laws are abused is patent to all who know of men now beneficiaries of the govern went that never participated kIna battle or heard the whis pering bullet On the other hand there are many who suffered every hardship of three f or four years service who do 9 not get any pension and perhaps for the reason only that penchanttperjury k greatkI andnow that Evans is out let us hope they will get justice THE love of home was never more fully exemplified than in the following item which is a dispatch emanating from Ola this state t John Templeton aged 38 and his wife Susan aged 26 of Pike county walk ed from Oklahoma City Ok lahoma to their old1 home on r Marrowbone creek They went west last spring And question of the union vhcre the natives have such a longing for their native heath We all know of people from other states who seem perfectly content to abide in the land of their r= adoption even under adverse t Kentucktians Everything has to be just to their liking or they are 4tsure to turn for comfort toI l My Old Kentucky Home But we have never read of an instance where more devotion ground4tir i Just think of such a tramp for a woman She is certainly a heroine and wo will bet a jug t of buttermilk to a bump on a vi log she is a good wife as well I I PRESIDENT GOMPEBS of the r i Federation of Labor Unions has just promulgated a eircuII 11lettalc advising that a new f party bo formed to which the c man shall swe r alleI 2rft iWana to cliife the present party ties and fIecv mt Frtaaidcnt who rills- n be i s liWwiV WltJi 4kh aba J trE L as 1ust=A tfri capital If Gompers has any gumption he must know theti repeated efforts to do identi cally the same thing have invariably resulted in failure because of jealousy Al hisi grievances and grievances olt the laboring man may be suc cessfully treated by the Dem ocratic party which now iis and always has been the poor mans party Give it your allegiance and all will be well IIT is confidently hoped thatt county will soon spring in to great prominence as an oil producer The indications point to that direction The sensible farmers are giving leases on their land At an early date wells are to be bored on the farmes of W L Hurst and S M Tutt andall are hopeful that gushers will be found Then the farmers who now prefer to lag blindly in the old rut of be epsopenedown individual interests It seems all should now climb into the bandwagon and do all in thoi might to bring to the surface the hidden wealth of our county JOHN GRANT the deposed Texas U S Marshal says he was fired because he declined to pledge the vote of Texas in the next republi i can national convention to Roosevelt Naturally he is now Hanua man and pictures Mr Roosevelt nsUa scourge upon the country unfit to be recognized as a citizen and deserving that some form o restraint should be placed over him until the time comes for the people to defend themselves against him at the ballot box GENERAL headquarters of th democraticcongressional campaign committee will be in Washington but the headquarters of the ex ecutive committee of which Hon chairmanf Reveals a Great Secret It is often asked how such startling cures that puzzle the best physicians are effected by Dr Kings New Discovery forconsump tiou Heros the secret It cuts out the phlegm acd germinfect- ed mucus and lets the lifegiving oxygen enrich and vitalize the blood It heals the inflamed t coughworn throat and lungs Hardi colds and stubborn coughs soon yield to Dr Kings New Discoveryrt the most infallible remedy for all1i throat and lung diseases Guar anteed bottles 50c and 100 Trial1i TaylorDaySons Campton drug storesi Guarantee satisfaction Expert Mechanic John Rose the blacksmith o r our town is certainly a genius and a master mechanic as well He has just made for THE HERALD office a pushcart which is a daisy Except the wheels all the work iisI his and it will compare favorably with any that can be imported But his reputation as a wago builder is so well established thati anything we could say would be superfluous and the cart is only a wagon of the miniature kind Ex perience has demonstrated that the wagons he makes by actual test last longer and give greater satis faction than any of the brought on kind and the only pity is that he has not the capital to start a wagon manufactory Could he do this it would give employment to 20 to 50 mechanics and all of this section of the state would be a market for his product Itis a good opening for some man with capital CASTORIAI Per Infants and Gailiru- TiwKMTNHiTiAtwitsBNi Bears the- BIgnatnre NuodaMiss Molly Oney in company with her sister Mrs Curtis Swan go and husband spent a pleasant afternoon Sunday with his grand parents Uncle Harry and Nancy Swango who are enjoying a hale old age They had just been made jubilant by a call from their grandson Courtney Combs of Campton who brought them some ni trialofmon successful tt30y Calyert Texan- S COJIDXCBIIDl102 HaxilGrtwricaiiBy Smoky SlitJoe IlkJYoung mens declamatory con test Saturday night Operetta by primaries on Mont day night Young womens declamatory contest and young mens oratori Alcaleach of these an admission fee of ten cents for each person will be charged On Sunday at 11 oclock Re Allen R Moore will deliver the baccalaureate sermon Subject IOur Ideals On Sunday at 8 15 p m he will deliver the annual address to the Y P S CEsu ject The Drama of Life Both services will be held in the Chris left church On Wednesday at 10 a m the commencement day program will be given when nine persons will1 receive their diplomas from th Academic Department and seven from the Commercial Department will receive certificates of gradu ation Each graduate among the young women will read a thesis- r and each graduateamong the young men will deliver an oration Mrs Ida W Harrison of Lexington will deliver the address to the graduating class subjectj Culture Character Service Diplomas will be presented gold medals awarded and the W 0I Mize Gifts will be distributedl Every one should hear the commencement i day program On Wednesday night at 815 the playUUnder the Laurels- f will be given for the benefit of the Hazel Green Academy Students Cottage Fund The chapel should be crowded to hear and see this splendid play After the play a icecream and strawberry suppe- e will be given for the same benefiti Let the citizens of Hazel Green and the patrons of the school attend every exercise of the commenceH sent week IDrFeiiets ruuu sun 5 it Tara ararule tau g INFLA MATION tfJ sowminaa 3e I 8oropIoanerta bgold i08Gelds Ferntln Peart3s pt CURES 0Innr IaesoalaeDmwsoe I Sold by H F Pieratt Hazel Green Ky S R Collier the dentist of West Liberty will be here the first o June and remain for a few daysL Any of our citizens needing work on their molars should call npo him and have them repaired Or maybe they are in such condition that a new set would be the proper thing He has done work for so many people around here that t say he does it well would be super fluous Satisfaction is renderedi in every instance both as to work and price willrI etween your children and the tortures of itching and burning eczema scaldhead or other skin diseases How why by usingt Bucklens Arnica Salve earthsI greatest healer Quickest cure for ulcers fever sores salt rheamcute pilesnj i 1t Green or S S Combs Sons Campton drug stores Mr Howard of the Clark Howard firm contractors on the academy accompanied by Charley Wilgns son of the fore man of the brickwork left for Lexington Saturday morning Several carpenters arrived Monday evening over the O K and th building will soon be under roof There is good grass here Wyom Iing but my Angora goats won eat buffalo grass They will browse on sagebrush grease wood scrub cedar scrub pine laurel and wil lows i but they refuse to eat tha best grass that growsW W Eheler There is now a Sunday train on the L E which reaches Torrent at 1008a m from Lexington and at 347 p m coming froml Jackson Corrections of schedule- did not reach us until the first an fourth pages had been printed Mrs Jordan Wills of Lacy creek Saturdaytwas Sun day Again on Monday she had a bad spell but again rallied and at this writing is resting easy When you have head ache or bySH F Pieratt Hazel Green tf Tae Hszw and Monthly WotW OM dollarayear in advance t i j- i f frt lr F J Tkt ltIra ii the PIelL W F Broker representing Gag genheimer Co Lynchburg Va has a card in this paper to which the attention of merchants is res pectfully directed This is the firm that was formerly represented by Uncle Ike Hartfield and from the amount of goods he sold folly double that of any other house in the same linoitpresumed that it is the leading house of its kind in the south They are not only jobbers but importers as well and everyvthing they buy of them as being just as represented Wait for Mr Baker and give him your order for anything you need in his lineand you will sure get a standard stock along with solid chunks of satis faction We bespeak for Mr Baker as good a trade as Uncle Ike was wont to enjoy HeliaUp a COlfH raR- e At the end of the campaign writes Champ Clark Missouris briliant congressman from over work nervous tension loss of sleep and constant speaking I had about utterly collapsed It seemed that all the organs in my body were out of order but three bottles of Elec trio Bitters made me all right Its the best allaround medicine ever sold over a druggists counter Over worked rundown men and weak sickly women gain splendid health and vitality from Electric ctalfor by Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sons Campton This Offer If Per 30 Daji Oily I wo are bound to raise 112SAs money within the 30 Days we will during that time take subscriptionst- o to THE HERALD and the Courier weekfor125Old1 1 J a advantage of this offer by paying up all arrearages and one year in advance but the time will not be extended beyond June 8 This is a losing game with us but if 250 or more will take advantage of it the fact that this sum wiil come practically in a lump will compen sate us Tell your neighbors and friends about it 1 The convention of the Sunday schools of Wolfe county will be held in the Christian church at- C this place on Thursday and Friday June 50 R B Neal of Gray son will have charge of the meets ings Let every Sunday school in the county send delegates and all 1who can be present Remember it is an interdenominational con vention called together by the- o Kentucky Sunday School Union The first meeting will be at 10 oclock Thursday morning Let all Sunday school workers and students attend j all visitors will be welcome WM H CORD Chr W 0 MIZE Secy Wolfe County Sunday School Union Lyons Laxative Syrup Natures Cure for Coiitleitios Doss Nor Gala Ifyou do not like it better than any laxative you have ever used your druggist will refund the money Good for children as well as grown people Sold by J C Stamper Grassy Creek Mrs F N Day requests us to patr tern hats and that ladies who wish to be up to date in style will do well to call on her at once ForI instance a 500 hat can be bought ohetains all along the line A book that ought to sell is one j Theyoltcanoes deadly work from the fall of Pompeii to the destruction of St Pierre Read theao1 and get the agency if you wish to make a Ilot of money in a little time Mrs E F Cecil has the thanks of the editor and his better seven eighths for a boquet of beautiful artistically wasdKy on 20th inst of killing Robert Hicks on the plea of selfdefense Sick Headache wellAppetite constipated Tonguecoated Its yourliver YersFtlls Iytheycureaslac An dalgaM- tbinu bardaasiMptr LtkY Ikea 1UCKI1I 11DYE M wan e1a aa P wu a oar rwti sl rHi aiDe YBteHOis Dudfy Work Trm the PelllPeMyU la tHDHtnII tira tilL Pierre By Prof Charles Morris MAD Most in tensely interesting book ever published Complete thrilling and accurate account of greatest disaster that ever befell the human racegreater even than Pompeii Tells hoW Martinique one of the most beautiful islands in the world was suddenly transformed into a veritable hell About COO sages profusely illustrated with photo graphs taken before and after disaster Practically only Martinique Book in the field for everyone now insists on having Prof Morris book and no other Best au thor largest book best illustrated scien tiSeillv accurate Price lEO AGENTS WANTED Enormous profits for those who act quickly Most liberal terms Out fit 16 cents Dont lose a minute Send for outfit IMMEDIATELY and be at work The chance of a lifetime for making money CLARK it CO 2228 4th St9 Philadelphia Pa yy F BAKER BEPEE8EXTIKO GUGGEWHEIMERCOlnc Lead 11 Dry Goods 8 Nitioos JJrtlirs LYNCHBURG VA- t Headquarters Mt Sterling Ky- I will be on the road immedtatol with full line of sample Dry Goods Notions White Goods Pants Overalls and Mens Furnishings and request the trade to inspect my line before placing their orders 45ly W T C AS KEY HAZEL GREEN KY DIaler in General erc an i i aid Country Preduc- eHAS NOW ON HAND A LARGE 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 c Ac JSSfla fact everything usually kept In a first class general store Call and examine his stock and hear his prices He will treat you nicely KI RIs RetabloE superflous eliminates CURE flesh ABSOLUTE corpulency It is a andEE and as harmless as fresh air O Thousands of patients have Oused this treatment Phy sicinna endorse it Write U us FREE for sample TREATMENT toU IJ08taJeC C ran make Reducto at T it you desire you bomeTfear of evil effects COO 0 BIDtJjCTO I flourI flourI flourII- S piS S lTSpn ROBERT P RASH The originator of LOW PRICES is wholesale dealer in FLOUR SALT and solicits the patronage of the merchants of the mountains Will meet any legitimate competitionCall buyingMcCausey Ky iin1efd r10iU1k f WINCHESTER KY N H WITHERSPOON 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of 15 per cent is guar anteed you But you must bo quick as these are all we have Fryei meats of Geefrayky 52 weak Pryea Ce plete Geefrapky 100 Cjrt Pint Reader 23 cuts Cyrt Seeea Reader 29 coats Cyra Third Reader 40 teats Girt Fearth Reader 48 cents Cyrt Flftk Reader 51 texts CUldrni Primer 10 cuts Prtaee Arithmetic Grade I 16 ceats IIArttbleUc Grade HI 16 cuts It Arithmetic Grid IT IB cuts TubeWi Lesetua let Lane yeOrallear 41 cats Oar Gererameit by lacy 61 ceats Chllii leak ef Health 24 cuts Oar Bodies and Hew We Live Blaldsell 53 cents Beilnen American History 48 ceats Leadiai Facts ef American History 80c SPENCER COOPER ConsupiionG can fie ciio As easily as a common cold by the FILL PINO REMEDY brought from the Philip pines by a soldier who served there for two years in the t S army Fully tested two years before being placed on the market For proof and full particulars write to CAPTWILSOX Calvert Texas to write for our confidential letter before ap 1 flying tot patent it may be worth money We promptly obtain U 8 and For- eignPATENTS ENTIREIMMEDIATEI SWIFTLawysrsCO OIUII Pafetat Off US Palest OSceWashlBftoB DC t WALTHAM WATCHES t NEW ENGLAND WATCHES WATCHEStotoThey range from size of a 2Oc piece to the size of a doork- nobIOOTOIOOOO a 6 and upward WERE HEADQUARTERS FOR WATCHES F J HEMTZ JEWELER sLEXINGTON KY- DWe do watch repairing also WOOL WANTED PJUOX WflOLEI J1llllSca DL A1 LOUD CO- LEXINGTON KY If you have wool you want manufac tured into- YARNS JEANS BLANKETS LINSEYor Write to the above wellknown Mills or ne our agent for terms prices samples c E F CECIL HAZEL GREEN KY BIUB Glass JUISBlios SPRING 1902 twFrail sad Ornamental Trees Grate Vines Asparagus Small Fruits and Everything for Orchard Laws and Gar den We have no agents but sell direct to the planter Strawberry and Gene ral Catalogue on application to H F HILLENMEYER LEXINGTON KY x OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 8 EVERY PAIR OF g 8 TIGER PANTS 8 Made Perfect in Fit Full in Seat and Q oLeg and Will Not Ript8 STAG 8 gog W gIgOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO The following nine lots will be sold at a low price for the cash ICollege Avenue I I I I I Address s COURTNEY McGUIRE T Clay City Profit Sharing The Cincinnati Enquirertd Id 97000Tobe distributed to such of its readers who care to engage in an Intel thepopsThe Problem is generalState 1902icorrect estimate 12000 additional if an exact correct estimate is made making a total of 24000 for a correct estimate An additional sum of 10000 will be given by Ithe Daily Enquirer for providessuchestimate attimeThere are 4187 cash prizes in all several of which equal a llifetime competence 100 for a years subscription to the Weekly Enquirer entitles sub scnber to one estimate subscribrtotoadditionalestimateD0tlss1rofitShanngmade on blanks prepared for the parpbse and in conformity with rule and regulations nude and providedrSend for circulars blanks etc to ENQUIRER PROFITSHARING BUREAU I Box 716 CiiciMBfi 0pi t I f Sr- 1 N CatarrhTea constitutional disease It originates In a scrofulous condition o the blood and depends on that condition It often causes headache and dizziness impairs the taste smell and hearing tats the vocal orpans disturbs the rtoir It Is always radically and permanently toad by the blood purtying alterative and tonic action of Hoods This great medicine has wrought thp mos wonderful cures ot all d eases depending t on scrofula or the scrofulous habit t lloon3 ere the but catcartie I THE HERALD Mrs John W Taulbee spent one day at Sunny Side last week The wifo of Caleb Kash Doc was reported quite sick on Mon day Rev Barney Blankeuship will nexdt Sunday June 1st Mrs W G W Cruey of Lacy creek made a flying visit to Haze 1 WGreenElijah Blaukenship was fishing one day last week and only caught a minner and it got away Frankrfort is visiting her parents Dr Waldeck and wife of Hazel Green Mrs Dora Swanso who has been l sojourning at Caney for a monthI I or so past came home on Sunday afternoon J E Henry of Judy Montgom ery county is visiting his brother and sisterinlaw Mason Ingram and wife Mort Pieratt and Mason Ingram on Monday started in on a logging job on the Whittling ridge just beyond high falls 0 BE CURED of rheumatism cwithl nndpainsmust be sure to GET HOODS Mr and Mrs Curtis Swango of Cedar Grove wore visiting her mother Mrs Maggie Oiioy from Saturday till Monday ut Mrs Wm Murphy of the Mur W phy fork of Grass passed through here en route to see her daughter Mrs David Linden of Gillmore Misses Mary Bruce Jones of Mt Sterling and Del Cravens of Mo Causey are the guests of Miss Daisy Day until after tho commence y meatyH D Adams was at the bedside of Miss Eliza Oakley of Wellington who is very low with consumption and cant live but a fe- R days Mrs Lou Mize fell and strained one of her ankles on Thursday last and has been compelled to re- maina at home on account of the accident i Your cow pasture is due and payable the last day of each month t This rule will notfce deviated from in any case So call and settle promptly J T DAY Married at the residence of P Felix Bartley on Blackwater i t Sunday May 19th William Wil t son and Miss Sarah Bryant Rev 3 a Wm Yocum uniting them FiRev H D Adams has just closed a meeting at Wellington Menefee county with 12 additions to the church and nine by confession and c baptism and two reclaimed and istrengthenediD B May canvassed Cannel City and other places in Morgan and Magonin last weekand rei ports splendid sales for the In 1 ins trial Oil Co Ho felt so good that he subscribed for THE HER un- r ErEliza the little sevenyearold i daughter of Dr Center and wifei r a report of whose illness was made in these columns last week di- 1i on Saturday evening of septic fev- ii She had had whooping cough and bronchitisAFFor Constipation donttlIkt say yon ever l ronrdt glat will refund the moncr Price Sold by J 0 Stamper Grassy Creek ofrr7Ca marge a daughter of Mrs Jordan Wills came up on Saturday evening to attend the bedside of that roturnedhowme s Monday and his wife remained to 1 watch by the bedside of her 1h mother v s5 Our farmer friends should 8 rut juice closely the first and last pages of TUE HEnALD where will- r be found several items relative to the Angora goat which we have furyh duce Now the only interest wa have in this matter is the improve articlesQto whichwe exPetrience of men who have raised them for their mohair of others who have introduced them solely to clear land and of others yet who have handled them as producers of moat Read all the items carefully and remember that we got not a cent by their introduction But we do want this to be the garden spot in fact and if ou farmers will work to our slogan Clear your brush land with Angoras and renew your woruon fields with cowpeas our wish will be verified Loss of Vitality Is loss of the principle of life and Is earlr In dicated by falllne appetite and diminishing lSanaparlllaIse organs and builds up the whole system Hon J W Congleton judge of the Wolfe county court and C CI Fulks county attorney in and for olfe County Kentucky YouI are heeby notified that on or b fore the 20th day of June 1002I I will file an application with the Kentucky board of prison commissioners asking for parole for my sou Ingram Buchanan who wnsI indicted by the grand jury of Wolfe county at the September term of the Wolfe circuit court for man slaughter and was tried under said iindictment at the January term 1002 of said court and found guilty and his punishment fixed at five years in the penitentiary of which application you can take due notice this May 24 1902 JAMES BUCJlANANt t What Thin Folks Need Is n greater power of digesting and assimilating food For them Dr Kings New Life Pills works wond They tone and regulate the digestive organs gently expel all1 poisons from the system enrich the biood improve appetite make healthy flesh Only 25 cents at J T Day Hazel Green or S S aiCombsgists While working the road on the Wheelrim fork of Johnson Friday jlast Dick Oney and Charley Elam became involved in a difficulty when the former hit the latter on jthe head with a goose neck hoe in inflictingi injuries from which the physicians we understand say he will die The difficulty came over the road working it appearing that Oney aimed to have a private road made at public expense wWhen you have head ache or neuralgia try Tnphene Sold b S S Combs do Sons Campton an H+ F Pieratt Hazel Green tf Miss Molly Ouey spent Saturda afternoon with the family of oI W Cecil quite pleasantly but w sorry to find Miss Ada still on the sick list COUNTY kaNOTES l Toinsure insertion AU corres byMondaythat nearby on Monday mornin onOur correspondents are derelict in duty and we want to say that henceforth they will not receive papers except for the week they bane news letters We are dependent upon them for the news and when they tail to send in their favon they put us to great inconvenience SWAKGO SPRINGS SAYINGS D B May and wife spent Sunday on Lacy creek John Wallis and wife of Consolation were our guests during Sunday ifci A Mr Horton of Bourbon coun ty was the guest of Harrison Swango Thursday Curtis Swango and wife of Chambers station visited rottiffa tives here part of last week coed passerthrough here Sunday and called for a drink at the Springs After a short but beneficial stay with us John Wolfe left Saturday for his home at Central Coving ton accompanied by John H Ha mow and wife who stop at Paris A MfTBaiieyT of Wellington must hid attractions at the Pines as h calls are often and somii timift lengthy We are having another woolPickiagO dayxat tbea Sw ago House this time May 27 UNO yI LEE dry KtheR J McLin throneK on The farmers in this section are all rejoicing over the rain Misses Eliza Taulbee and Mag JerryTaulbeeSunday Floyd Arnett George McQuinn Clay Rose and R G Rose caught j some nice fish on Quicksand lastj weekA M Nickell who has been i the hospital at Louisville for the past three weeks returned here the 20th Morganrpassed through here the 21st en route to their farm two miles heretK M Rose returned from CampI ton Sunday and reports but eleven applicants for certificates There wore sixty last y9arisV P Simer ono of our most msiness merchants of the city has been trying to jew the sidowncan undersell the others The Sheriff was in the city again Thursday after our boys and when companyeThe crowd ho took the other time he was here has never returned W J Fell one of our timbe- men had a stave mill to come inII on the 0 K last week We havei two stave mills now at this place which are expected to increase theI demand for timber Miss Mary Bell Taulbee one ofI treathitts most charming young I ladies left the 28rd for her homeI on Frozen Her visit being so highly appreciated all were injj deed sorry at her leaving but ifi one more than another it surely i was J D 0 I A good many attended church hero Sunday A few who were present were J D Overley of Mt Sterling accompanied by his best girl Miss Mary Bell Taulbee ofI Frozen Boyd Wells Dells Arnett Asa Rose and Eliza Taulbeo All1 t were present at night meeting ex i cept the last mentioned and Asa That there would have been if Miss Taulbee had not goneII home The party referred to by the Daysboro scribe wishes to say iin reply That he admits walking some farther but was actuated by a far different motive that off walking some fourteen miles pn ing fifty cents train fare andI nights lodging at Helechawa fortt the great pleasure of riding twott miles on a freight train But yeJ scribe really does sympathize with j Hiss Lula she being opposed to the whole transaction noolsdNEOLA NOTES yesterdaYy everything looks prosperous aeThe infant of Ben Stamper andI wife died May 19th of erysipelas L Mrs William Lawson of Ned is very ill at this writing wit- idney trouble Taylor Shockey passed through here yesterday en route to his school at Hazel Green academy There will be a circus at Cann I City June 4th excursion will ra from Jackson to Cannel City We are all invited to a carpet tacking Friday at Mrs Lula Will sons We are expecting a g dinner and also a social at night There was a good many of o Grassy friends very badly also I pointed in our meeting Sunday at I the depot They concluded they would pay Cannel City a flyi trip Married on Grassy crook May 10th Preston Wilson to Gills Ann Harper Cebe Nickell officiating I The bride 46 and the bride groom May happiness and sunshine attend them in old age 1 Polly Nickell wife of Nelsonj j Nickelll died at her home on Red River May 17th leaving a family and infant two days old We a- in e great sympathy with the family l as they are left to the mercy j of their friendsI Mtre Alice Amyx attended the examina tion at West Liberty from Thursjj day till Sunday We were glad to see so many students from Hazel Green academy on examination It proves they are trying to make start in this world and depenid upon themselves May 27 PUAM CtMfTOWCOUfUfft BEN SEWELL EDITOR VOLUME I NUMBER 2 1MTORIAL EFTTTSIOyS OF LATE there has been quite a frequency in the miscarriage o mail for Campton and Hazel Green Louisville evening papers printedI on one day should arrive at Camp ton the next day at one oclock iin onnHazel Green the same day in the evening The Lexington morning papers should arrive at Campton I at one oclock on same day of publication and on to Hazel Green i the evening But of late such papers have been arriving a day tw days or any old time too late The cease of this miscarriage seems to be the fault of some railwa mail clerk Sending such maill by way of Mt Sterling as the faultI not in say postmaster On Tuesday of last week the one oclock mail from Torrent did not have a ngle paper for Camptom orHazel Green By all means mail for Campton and Hazel Green shouldl be sent on L k E train and left off at Torrent by the mail clerks Then we will get our mail ONE of Henry Wattersona mostt farcicablr statements is that There is noth ing sacred about consistency o about political platforms Th colonel is now exactly on line andI in sympathy with the regularrr democratic party and we p sums that the statement consistency and platforms means if anything that he would be willing to run as a candidate for president on anyoldkindofa ricketymeaningless platform Hi idea is that the American people are suckers How long 0 how long will iitt be before the Cnrmac Money andI Tillman Company denounce the heroic Philipinos for treating American soldiers with such bar barous inhuman cruelty Surely it can not be a fact that this ova r patriotic smart set of the spent- asjj not found out that American soldiers were tied to a stake on a Phillippino ant hill and there leftt until devoured Tote fair boys 0 SENATOR TILLMAN of South Carolina with his pitchfork and Col1 Jackr Chinn of Kentucky with his trustY3 comin and agoin in 1904 as the democratic candidates for president and vicepresident respectively For the salvation of the trustridden people it is hoped legions of the great common peo pie that these two popular democrats will land the nomination UNLESS there is a political can paign on hand such a thing as Negro domination is nee e thought of Negro domination does not and never will exist in this country except in the brain bathsneers politicians who denounce carpetbaggery and other supposed evils for the Bole purpose of being elected to office themselves aa evei thensame mistake is repeated LOCAL LACOMICS 0dProf wtjhere last week on business etvieitinghPson went to Jackson on professional busi uses G B Stamper representing some company is taking some oil leases J C Lykina is attending the Breathitt circuit court at Jackson thisrweekl Last Friday closed one very suc cessfnl term of the K W A at I this place Sam Elkins of Lane visited the family of A F Byrd Saturday and Sunday last J F Vansant and his saddle mule have made their safe return from Sandy Hook E W Tolson and Willie Wyatt went to Lexington lut week to join the army S H Hurst ar of Pearly ee leereaxS4ttyMt 1r I- i Rolla Baily and Miss Bertie Putt were married on 21st inst Tho morefthan ordinary ability and hasI selectionIa help mate The bride is the j handsome daughter of Mr and Hert0e j wishing the happy couple all manner of happiness and pros perity ITho new road from town Inadds much to the beauty of ou nowoup to our board of town trustees to propose a banquet and royal1 thYe noble country boys who built the towns road into throwingrock distance of the court house County Clerk Tutt reports mar riage license issued for the follow lingi parties since our last issue JRolla Bailey to Bertie Tutt both of Campton Geo W Perdue to JMary Combs both of Holly this county John Clear to Della Ar nett both of Lee City Floyd Spencer a prisoner whit out working on the road last week with Roscoe Little ran off and went to Torrent However he rej days1 a on the road ofretSundayYby father and mother A C and Loucinda Byrd and her sister Mrs Sarah Sewell sMonday register showed the following at the Combs House W JR Gill Louisville H C Staggs Lexington P P Eshman CincinI natiand L E Griggs and wife- Mt Sterling Finley Dyer one of the jail jbirds while out working on the road with Jailer Little on Monday made his escape and up to Tues caughteKelly Fulks went to Frozen creek last week to buy some tim ber He rode the old gray mare that has been made famous by Wilsons poem of last week County Attorney C C Fulks 1went to Lee City last Saturday to jprosecute lawviolators to the full imeasure of his ability and theI lawA T Combs team of two horses while down at Torrent on Monday trainbt ran into the tressel and got badly crippledIArthur Williams son of Newton Williams died on the 28rd instI and was buried on 25th He was iabout 14 years of age rMies Edna Hurst daughter of Z T Hurst won the gold medal in the ladies declamatory contest AkSam Wilsons poem entitledI Ben SewellThe Campton Dreamer created a commotion iin society circles last week familyivisiting theirpeo- pIe at Richwood Ky returned home last week Wm Hall the photographer of Torrent was here last week toI snatch the of iileCamperbeenklodged in the county clerks office for record Cutworms are doing great dam ago to corn crops in this part and the farmers are having to replant extensively A F Byrd and wife went to Winchester last Saturday to select a site upon which to build a resi denceRev D E Bedinger occupied the pulpit at the M E church on Sunday and delivered a good sermon Attorneys G B and A H Stam per are attending circuit court at Jackson John Oakley of Bonny Morgan county visited Mrs Lydia Stam per Saturday and Sunday I Z T Hurst of Boxer Breathitt county attended the commencement exercises of the K W A Mn Alice Falka visited her tutor MM Bertie Catrea at Foe eroytoift SeJwiayaad S day i 2 S- 5 lI1 oi r f 1 0 J I I rWE ARE DISPLAYING 500 COATS VESTS JWhich we have just receiv thelIBlue toSerges BlackSeries WE CAN FIT ANYBODY UP TO SIZE 50 i They Equaltotailoring J 1 andCEOILIAN 1 I 200 to X400 Broken Sizes + YOUR CHOICE FOR L50 2 L1 G STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS Opp Phoenix Hotel LEXINGTON KY WllBii BUYING WHISKEY f MEDIOJL1 USE 4 FOR TO BE USED CS fr EVE1frQE You want good pure whiskey and at times all need whiskey either to ward oft colds and pneumonia or to build up the system when from overwork or worry the vitality is below par We have good pure whiskey well distilled from choice grain well aged and matured with special care for 200 225250 PER CALLON and we pack your jug in a nice plain box for shipping so that no one can tell what you are getting and send you a nice etcped glass and corkscrew free Send us your order and let us prove that we mean what we say Remit by Post Office Money order or registered letter to the ti HAGAN DISTILLING CO Lexington Ky s CLARK 5 HOWARD CONTRACTORSj I AND BUlLDB 206208 E Main LEXINGTON KY HonestJ material master mechanics 3 and consciencious calculations are their stock in trade Hence it s that satisfaction is guaranteed Our largest GastlIS i Talk forus They are so well satisfied themselves that they tellothers about the merits of Lexington Beer All who use wit agree that it is the best beer they ever drank So will you if you give it a trial No beer receives better care in the brewing tnd the bottling LEXINGTON BREWING COMPANY a W R CRAWFORD CO i Jit f Live Stock Commission Merchants 2 A fFOR THE SALE OF i Cattle Hogs Bheen 1 Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI O ALSo t liCentral Stock Yards LOUISVTLL XT We wre aaa laleialiet for alt l11Mti14 c ll1mi i1Criip PIe = u- alisit +A i AYwrsIpn IISI aanrnNr r Y A ir1y 1 r 1i i NMa4 Hare Xliaey Tto Ue If aad Doat Know it How To Fiaa Otrt- FlHV a bottle or common glus with your t vibrant let tIt stand twentyfour hours a j sediment or set tllng Indicates an 1 ItlonI neys if it stains tevidencet ney trouble too t frequent desire toIpus it or pain I the back is I eoavincing proof that the kidneys and blad I der are out of order What to Do There is comfort In the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers Swamp I Root the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish In curing rheumatism pain in the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects Inability passingitorbadwine orbeer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day times I f during the nightt Themildaand the extra III soonRderful cures of the most distressing cases f j If you need a medicine you should have j f r best Sold by druggists In5Oc andl theIj lj i You may have a sample bottle of this i = 1 discovery IIwonderful It that both sent tells I off w free by mall II also I raddressDr Kilmer tt HOMC 8uspBooi CaBlaghamtonNY When writing men UOB readtngtblsgearousoSertnthispap- erATIuAi i s L gora 01 Brisk Laid Goats are browsers by nature and there is no vegetation they will eat iin preference to leaves and I twigs of bushes While this fact would at once establish them as I an intolerable nuisance in an or jI chard or any other place where I desirable shrubbery is growing iit also shows that they may be of j great value in many localities I underIbrusI vegetation which other kinds ofII live stock prefer Every leaf and every twig within their reach iisIIl I greedily eaten even to most of the bushes and weeds that are consid tlI ered poisonous to other ruminants Ii c while a remarkably few weeds areIII passed by They will desert th finest clover and blue grass forII such an outlay The inherent tendency to climb leads them to hillsides and rock cliffs and they prefer such situa tions to any of a level character j Here nature meets their necessitiesI i by dwarfing the bushes so thy may be browsed easily the soil iisi quickly drained in the event o rainfor they do not like wotj i l land and the stones serve to keep the feet trimmed properly by the I t situIntionpro j I turn them into a dense mass of dl anrthey once begin convert it into tho most beautiful pas turnf jIn those localities where valu a able land is completely subduedII 1 by brush the goats are considered l of more value for the purpose ofr clearing it than for their mohair j I or meat They thus become one I toolsjTheirj I be measured by the value of the land which they will render culti vable It is said that in Oregon where Chinamen had been paid as high as 20 an acre for clearing f off brush gqatahad done the work even better Sprouts willspring up behind the mens work but untislI they cease to appear True the goats require more time than men buttheir work is better Iowa TaUt We otter One Hundred Dollars I Reward for any case of CatarrhI l that connot be cured byHalls Catarrh Cure F J OnENEy Co hVe1 a F J dhneyfor the las arcIyi s and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions financially able to carrrout any I obligations made by their firm I WEST t1b TBDAX Wholesale Drug j I gists Toledo 0 WAUHNG KINNA MARVIN Wholesale Druggists z Toledo 0- Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally acting directly upon the rblood and mucous surfaces of th system Price 75c per bottle Sold bya11 Druggists Testimonials free HaWs Family Pills are the bes Jim Williamson a white I of Dalton committed farmerII the 20th lust by nielfv No cause assigned L You cannot buy standardpianos organs buggiea sewing machines j clocki ratchaa and jewelry as y e p a y hKeelse as oft can ofn Come and see samples and you will be conVinoad You Ao iPfe1o xiskypar money withII HC Mil1 orderheecs r t wo 1 T G Tki Urn tf A111 fera tseati A large class of people in someway have become possessed of tho opinion that the goat is practically a useless animal They do not reach conclusions upon investigations however and do not discriminate between the different breous To i 11 them n goat is a goat and there the argument ends Investigations prove that the Angora goats areII not only classed among the most I useful of the domestic animals and have been so classed for thous ands of years but their usefulness is manifested in a variety of ways The fleece called mohair fur nishes some of the finest of fabrics among ladies goods and is used in various other manufactures their habit of browsing enables the farmer in a wooded locality to use thorn to help in subjugating the forest I their flesh is exceedingly delicate I and nutritious the milk though I j not so abundant as with the milch iIi breed of goats is richer than cows j milk their tanned skins though inferior in quality to tho skins of the common goat are used for leather their pelts make the neatest of rugs and robes they are excellent pets for children a few of them in n flock of sheep are a protection from wolves and dogs their manure is noticeably helpfull to the grass which follows them after they have clened away tho underbrush Dont Start Wroi- j Dont start the summer with a lingering cough or cold We nil know what a summer cold is its tho hardest to cure Often iit hangs on through tho entire season tnko it in hand right now A few doses of One Minute Cough Cure will set you right Sure cure for coughs colds croup grip bron chitis all throat and lung troubles Absolutely safe Acts at once i blinutIs Cough Cure is the best cough med HeBowels Groveton N II I never found anything else that acted safely and quickly 1so YLANE LILIES 1Mrs Melvina Gibbs is not any i better at this writing James A Sewell went to Jackson Tuesday on business Ben Sewell of Campton iill visit placefKing and Tom Sowell I IGeorge and Sunday iinI CamptonDr B H White visited his relatives in Morgan county last weekMr and Mrs Harlan Hurst vis ited their relatives on Grassy Fri day Saturday and Sunday of last weekMarried at the residence of the brides atherWilliam Baker John Clem of Frozen to Miss Francis Baker We wish them much joy and happiness MIKEIElectric Belt OK Trial To introduce it and obtain agents the undersigned firm will send n few of their Electric Belts on trial1 on the following terms 100 to be paid in ten days if the Belt proves beneficial and the balance 200 to be paid in sixty days iif the Belt effects a cure These Belts are a positive flare for Rheuma tism Neuralgia Kidney trouble Stomach and Liver trouble Asthma etc Address at once GERMAN ELECTRIC AGENCY tf P 0 Box 1874NewYork NY Elliott Arnett was sent to the penitentianry for five years from Salyersville May 20th for killing Sebastian Salyer a wealthy farm eraBerry Hill Montgomery wa sent up for 18 months for putting out both of Frank Mullins eyes with a shotgun TO THE DEAF A sick lady cured of her deafness and noises in the head by Dr Nicholson Artificial Ear Drums gave 10000 to bii Institute so that deaf people unable to procure the Ear Drums may hue them Nicholsoen 4lye SENATOR LODGE who has charge betconvinced by this time that the democratic senators do not scare worth a cent For Sale One Fay No8 six roll 8 inch lightning floorer with beading attachment One Fay carriage cutting off saw Fi Busn SON Lexington Ky VitaaeOre will relieve you of all aches and pains Agents wanted 1AppJy1 H FTPIERATT H C QUICKSALL H F PIERl1TT1 CO DEALERS IN GeneralIj I Live Stock and I I i Country Produce I I IF YOU WANT CHEAP GOODS COME WITH THE CASH as that is the only safe md reliable way to do business PLEASE DO NOT ASK FOR CREDIT Very respectfully H F PIERATT GO ps All parties now indebted to meI shouldcall and settle or there will bo A HOT TIME IN THE OLD TOWN TODAY as I am determined to wind up all my outstand ing business Thanking you for past patronage and more especi ally if you will pay me for my goods you have consumed respectfullyI rH F PIERATT I s I I I CECIL BROS topleFoncg Grocers Have in Stock and Sell Low for CASH the following good jarJELLIES25c PEACH LEAF LARD 15c per pound SUGAR ftjc to 6c per pound CADOVA COFFEE best in town lJcBONNIE ROLLED OATS Rio package SWEET POTATOES canoed 15c 2 for 25c KRAUT 3pound can lOc CORN lOc per can PEAS 2 cans 25c X9HARNESS BRIDLES GRANITE WAUEc c Everything first class and fresh and YOU SAVE MONEY on everything you buy of us J TAYLOR DAY CARRIES IN STOCK A FULL LINE OF Ladies Dress Goods Gents Furnishings Ladies and Gents Shoes Standard Groceries Lamps and Queensware Cutlery and Hardware Boots Shoes Hats Caps In fact everything usually found in firstclass store ND THE DAY MILLINERY CARRIES A COMPLETE LINE OF MILLINERY and NOTIONS LADIES FURNISHINGS DRESS GOODS- TRIMMINGS c RIBBONS HOSE c JtVAnd sells everything so low that the poorest may buy CLOTHINCI have a nice lot of clothing which I intem to close out and if you want a bargain in this line do not fail to call at once 8oS OESAlso I will sell you shoes at 100 that I have always sold at 125 and the same pro throughRemember for CASH ONLY J1VI ROSETHE PEOPLES FRIEND JIIIlEL IIIIEEUOJIDEJIIToo AND PREPARATORY SCHOOL IINORJUL 00present term began September 8 enrollment in the history of the school Tin SUM Sfssiu tefta JANUARY 111 19DJ 39 A thorough practical school for young men and AcademicCommercialDepartmeatTuition S1BOO for 38 Weeks Board 93 GO per Week For particulars Write WeB CSKD Priselp l t4 j t D KadalDyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat This preparation contains all of the digestants and digests all kinds of- food Itgives instant relief and never falls to cure It allows you to eat aU the food you want The most sensitive stomachs can take It By its use manI thousands of dyspeptics have bee cured after everythlDg else failed Is unequalled for the stomach ChUd ren with weak stomachs thrive on It oraN stllleaok Ireirtils ontbJEODEWlrrcoOh1c i nIaIbJuocontalndK tlmeltbc 1rIaI MEWDELWEINSTOCK5CO l RATS I i 627629 W MAIN STREETII I j I LOUISVILLE KY I Sitiatfeis Secwredfora- radeatesotuttieorefurded Write and epccilf- enSushiss at once lor callopc ITlasseycolleges Lovlttlllt Kr MoM9onenr Ala HonitonT ColBmb Ct I llch oMVa BlmiMlu AU JlckMMliie Fla J s snnttIBWDltn GO f Manufacturers and Jobbers of MENS BOYSClOTHINCdo I 607 W MAIN STREETLOUISVILLE KY REGAIN YOUR EALTH WITH I f YIT1 OBE J I NATURES DOCTOR FORMAN IKND I IT CURESJ Rheumatism DiptheriaLa Brights Disease Blood Poisoning Kidney Liver and Stomach Troubles Female Complaint Catarrh and Ceneral Debility IT CURESWH- EN ALL ELSE FAILS I IDAD TIE TESTIMONY OF TWO WELL KNOWN CITIZENS OF WOLFE Mr Cooper Hazel Green Ky I purchased some of the VitseOro of you in the latter part of March and after taking about n halfpint of the VitajOre Elbcer my nerves were as stead as when I was 1C years of age and I am now past 75 For more than a year I had been trying all the patent medicines andnostrums I could hear of to build gdmy 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 dui for me so they may try it Hoping every ono who has that tired feeling incident to old age will buy Ore of you and give it a fair trial f remain thankfully yours for putting me on to this remedy JAMES LACY I can vouch for every word Mr Lacy says in the above I am his wife andi bought the medicine of Mr Cooper for him though I did not have much faith in it because we had tried so many things that did no good I have also used Vita Ore and am stronger and iin better health than for yean which I attribute to its us- eliRa SOUTHEY LACY Lacy Creek Ky June 1 1901 jeVitasOre is U a packager which makes 1 quart of Elixer Dose One teaspoonful in glaasof water Mailed to any address on receipt of price Address PENCERCOOPERHAZEL II fli jo I cf7 fr SHERIFFS SETTLEMEN F +++ a And Statement of the Financial Standing of Wolfe Count at the end of the year 1901 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 Term 1902 of the Wolfe Fiscal Court To the Honorable Justices of the Peace composing the Fiscal Court of Wolfe 1Havingcounty for the year 9011 beg leave to submit the following report of settlement I find said slferiff chargeable with bal ance due Wolfe county on settlement made at the October term 1001 of this court 2305 M I find said sheriff enli tied to the following credits for claims paid by him and vouchers filed No Claim To Whom 1aiJ Amount C8J W Congleton150 00 3GOL M Brown 15 00 93J W Congleton 12 00 i9David Whiiman 15 00 2HDavid Whismnn 10 00 331David Whi man 11 00 276Lee Peck 12 00 3 15G B Campbell 15 00 207Bucbanan Rose and flight Roberta 36 25 298Tom Hall 25 00 303Hugh Coldiron 25 00 3J W T Caakey 222- MJames Canuoy 20 00 349J H Stamper 50 00 350J H Stamper 16 28 348J H Stamper 10 00 332Iaora Brewer 10 00 334E B Tyia 24 00 311John D Rose 10 00 157J Dickey 39 42 323S S Combs Sons 17 15 327G B Stamper 12G 90 355Bjid Rose 14 25 S54Byrd Rose 44 50 356Ellen Long 31 80 70Johc Cox 32 80 365 L G Stamper 5 00 3C6John Cox 5 00 358H C Elkins 2 56 309George Oliver 9 00 3C3Daniel Pelfrey 2 00 321 George Terrill 2 56 322B B Cole 2 55- SC9H K Nickell 2 00 363R L Rose 3 40 i53A F Byrd 5 00 2G1J JI Taylor 100 2SOJ M Taylor 7 00 825C F Combs 2 M 254Wm Lawson 5 CO 3081 B Duff 9 00 313W B Duff 1 00 352T C Hollon 2 00 347Dr J H Stamper 6 00 351Dr J II Stamper S 00 H2R P McCowan 2 50 2COBerry Noble 5 00 837 Henry k Swango 5 43 310B F Bowlin 9 00 326J A Phelps 4 00 PALATABLE Detter than Calomeland Quinine Contrins no TIlE RELIABLE proves Fortyj eara I sly for Cktlk dies f t 1 It- r =C L No Claim To Whom Paid Amonat t 31 tJohn D 25305Mitch50257JaneSpencer QQ302Clay3 A344W P Lacy 4 50k11GOW Swango 4 32 i i 129Abucr Trent 8 Ool 209John D Rose 3 ood- 3C1G F Byrd 9 ooj- 3SOG f T Center 3 oo 879G T Center 5 00 t W Combs 3 oo 381 James Drake 2 00 I 377David Athey 2 OOi 212E F Dutf 4 00 359C 0 Cardwell 8 Wwh + F Dunn i 00 330C M Danlphen l oo i 331Me8enger JobPrlntingCo 27 50r 332Jonatban Creech 2 00 J 1861 R Hollon 2 OOv t37G3 F Allen 2 00 1 368Jobn D Kincaid 2 00 307John D Rose 9 00T3 3 3G W Lovelace 6 00 j 324S S Combs Sons 79 01 369Jonathan Childers 2 00 337C C Rose 15 20 3WJ NChambera 9 00 258J R Carroll 102 15 385Logan Lindon 2 00 384Lilburn Graham 3 28 388John 2 00 B Hollon 2 00 Q 38GG USwanRO 2 00 391R L Carroll 2 00 392George Brooks 2 48 390D D Landsaw 2 00 384Henry Cox 2 55 1G1A G Lawson 2 00 172James A 2 00 369W T McNabb 5 00 397O W JlcXabb 10 96 367Fielden Cox 25 00 3730 W McXabb M 00 398Marion Kelley and wife 104 00 346Frank Murphy 40 00 S S Combs Sons 2G 05 Land forfeited to county 21 84 Additional absentee and delin quent list 17 15 George A McQuinn improperly assessed 2 45 I credit said Sheriffwith the following claims that are due but not paid and the vouchers not filed To tV S Tutt 300 00 To A F Lyon 84 80 To Clay Lacy 300 00 To G 11 Stamper 23 10 U Clay City Lumber Stave Co 32 58 Total credits d 2305 54 Total charged to said 2305 t- All of which is respectfully submitted this January 4th 1902 G T CENTER Commissioner There 165000worth of claims allowed out of the year 1901 which necessarily had to be payableIover to the year 1902 as the levy was not sufficie off these claims W S TUTT C W IJOB j Pt1INTIN III ENVELOPES NOTEHEADS BILLHEADS LETTERHEADS SALEBILLS PROGRAMS CIRCULARS CATALOGS MINUTES c c Wl We have Three Fast Presses a Power Paper Gutter and 40 Years Experience enables us to Court Corn parison and DefyCompetition When you want PRINTING come and see Respectfully CM SPENDER COOPERf HUGHES CHILL TONIC Arsenic OLD 378I 329J Tolson 387J sheriff TlXB1savel fiBNBlASi IfOHIO MasonIT As well as a Sure Care for Ckillaaad Fevers Swamp Fevers and Bilious F n1111C J IPAUStIIilI Luatlnr Ninrtu StatiTf Sflraiii TMkI- GnarmBteed Try It Dont take any biUtmte At Dnrziiti Coc and 81 Betties SUCCESSWORTH Bulicar saccew xxownraI Neff was us PREPARED BY ROBINSQNPETTET COAcpRPORATED 1 LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY by I