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upon the seat while her gaze was fixed upon the magical and over changing hues of the Virginia hills on the oppo site side of the Potomac river To Eleanor this spot was far more beautiful than any cultivated park in the world Hero Nature asserted her rights to the full and where Art played a part it was only to enhance the beauty of the wonderfully picturesque scenery There were pretty rustic bridges over the narrow chasms j there were artistic stairways built down the steep sides of the cliffs and innumerable benches and chairs of fantastic shapes were placed in delightfully cool and shady nooks or out upon ledges of rock over hanging deep ravines To one of the lattor Eleanor al ways cave and if she found it already occupied her disappointment was keen That particular seat our bench they had called it was sacred to the memory of many hours of happiness and today the young girls thoughts dwelt lov ingly upon thorn Sho remember ed a thousand and one little incidents j trivial events of no importance at the time but now delightful to look back upon The future without Hal Burton loomed up before her blankly Her eyes filled with tears and there was a pain in her heart which she found iit impossible to assuage It was in vain that she tried to becomo interested in time beauty of the scone before liar Down at the foot of the steep banks she saw the boats passing up and down the sluggishcanal Then sho looked beyond over the pretty little wood ed island where the roof of the Pleasure Club house could bo seen between the trees to the many rocks in the river around which the waters of the Potomac eddied and whirled unceasingly render ing navigation above 1Vnehiugto- inmpossible but making a picture far too difficult for the brush of mortal man Ah yes Hal could paint that water 1 II Eleanor declared mentally Among hor most highly prizedI treasures was a sketch of the river and a glimpse of the Virginia hills which Hal had been making on the day her party had accideutly come upon him in this very spot It was hero ho had been introduced to her here some time later he had ask ed her to bo his wife Here itwas she promised and then had follow ed those many delightful months Today the thoughts of the unhap py girl continually drifted back over the hours oh such happy times spout in these woods and the Chautauqua grounds adjoining where she and her lover wandered like two children finding tongues in trees books in running brooks sermons in stones and good in ev erythingAlas it was horeibey had quar relled j what it had all been about the girl could scarcely remember Both were foolishly quick both proud To who was at fault Elo anor now gave no thought she would have taken the blame and asked forgiveness for her hasty words fault or no fault if he had but come to her but he did not and she could not ask him Not i long afterward she had gone abroad with hor parents and when she re turned to Washington it was only to learn that Hal had left the city She caught her breath sharply and pressed her hand against her heart as if to quiet its violent I throbbing when a sudden thought flashed into hor mind Perhaps rr wasIfelt that he has suffered too for- eh loved her of that she was convinced and as she sat thinking of the happy past and the dreary fu ture without him sho vowed to herself that if sho ever saw him again she would spook to him and explain evenjif ho did not come to her But where was he Would she over soy him again ever have an opportunity to explain Sitting thus dejectcdlyhorhands folded idly in her lap she allowed her eyes to wander restlessly from object to object scarcely heeding what she saw until on the opposite side of the narrow ravine over which the ledge of rock projected she noticed a beautiful cluster of early autumn flowers They seemed almost within reach and sho decided to gather them as a souvenir of this visit to Glen Echo Perhaps it would bo the last for each succeeding visit only served to make her more lonely than be Toro Thou beside Autumn laying hero and there a fiery finger on the peavey told only too plainly of approaching winter when this loved spot would be robbed of many of its beauties Stopping from the rock Eleanor climbed up a few foot tiny steady jing herself by clutching the ferns and bushes at her side reached out over the narrow space toward the coveted blossoms Closing her hand around them she gave a quick jock to pull them from the stem but at that instant the moss covered stone upon which her weight rested moved slightly and she folt herself slipping down the hank Sho frantically clutched some bushes growing directly be fore her but in her eagerness caught them too near the tops and the branches slipped through hor fingers leaving only tho loaves in her hand A second attempt caused her to lose her balance altogether and she half slipped half rolled some distance down the bankcarrying with hor in the descent a shower of dirt and small stouts An instant tutor sho found herself sit ting upon a ledge of rock jutting out from the hillside upon which was a bench similar to the one up on which she had been seated Making no attempt to rise Eleanor loaned back against tho leach undecidedwhether to laugh or cry and thinking how ridiculous sho must appear mind thankful indeed that no one had witnessed her un andnbreathless but uninjured and she laughed as she thought how fortu nato it was Hal was not with her this time She was startled by a slight exclamation then camp a hurried footstep and a voice said IIAre you hurt Let me assist you Instinctively Eleanor drew her feet toward hor sideways smooth MOTHERHOOD The greatest ambition of Amer ican men and women is to have homes blessed with children The woman afflicted with female dis ease w constantly menaced with becoming a childless wife No medicine can restore dead or gans but Wine bf Cardui does regulate deranges tents that pre vent conception does prove t miscarriage doc restore wear functions and si altered new a and docs bring b biea to horn s yWine tl o health and strong h to bear hca getdollarfrom your dealer RDWmaMemphis rrtEn April It 1KB tWineofThedfordsIaa4married nererSrenbaby rfrt which tnm born March 110 1W aaddfeelNow my home is happy d I neve erp lieuMap1n TNarmptomanat T- t Op f to oAlli ing out hor skirt with ono hand while with tho other she tried to put back her hair which had become loosened by tho fall Again tho voico spoke I Tellmeare you hurt Time girl glanced up quickly then with a surprised little ohlI covered hor crimson face with both hands As sho turned toward tho exclaimIing1 stant was on his knees at her side With ono arm about her ho gently took her hands away from hor face and kissed away the tears of humiliation which started into the blue eyes- Eleanor my darling what has happened asked the young man as ho raised the girl and put her upon time bench still keeping his arm about hor- I wanted a flower which was a little aboveour bench aud I fell from the ledge above she an sweredYou fell from the ledgo above he repeated glancing upward thou at tho dark ravine bolow He shuddered and drew tho girl closer to him Eleanor sweetheart I have boon the most wretched man in the whole world for many months I would have come to beg you to forgive my thoughtless words long ago but I did not know where you were I went abroad solely for the purpose of findin you but I missed your party con tinually At last I heard you were at home so I came to Washington at once arriving only this morning I intended calling upon you this evening Today when I came here and found our bench occupied1 I was greatly disappointed and was coming down to this seat t wait until the other was vacant And just think sweetheart it was you all tho timo I Yes Hal Eleanor said As I sat there I made up my mind t go to you and explain away our littlewisuudorstaudingifeve r I had tho opportunity j but really I did not intend to throw myself at your head in this fashion Well he said with mock gravity your coming to explain wa rather sudden aud entirely unexpected but since you aro not hurt he continued tenderly I bless the fortunate slip that brought yo back to me Both laughed happily and the young man said earnestl- yI did not expect to find my sweetheart beret at Glen Echo where we first met Eleanor dear let us go and be married in the lit tie chapel in the Chautauqua park nowtoday I can not run the risk of again losing you No no Hal protested Elea nor not todaybuta mouth from today A Real Friend- I suffered from dyspepsia an indigestion for fifteen years says W T Sturdevant of Merry Oaks N C After I had tried many doctors and medicines to no avail one oft ny friends persuaded me to try Kodol It gave immediate relief I can oat almost anything I want now and my digestion is good I cheerfully recommend K o dolI Dont try to cure stomach trouble by dieting That only further weakens the system j you nee wholesome strengthening food Kodol enables you to assimilate what you eat by digesting it with out the stomachs aid Anybody who has over tasted a roasted or barbecued piece o Angora mutton will find it is bet ter than any meat they ever tasted Angora mutton is worth in the markets about the same as sheep mutton I sell it to my neighbors at 41 cents per pound and in town I sell it at 5 and G cents a pound H T Fuchs Tiger Mills Tex It is the universal testimony of those who are familliar with An gora goats that the flesh of this animal is far superior to that o the common goat Tho Angora is quite as valuable for its flesh as for its fleece Oregon Agriculturist Portland Oreg Vitaa Ore will relieve you of all1 aches and pains Agents wanted Apply to or address with stamp Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky 1 p f0 GrayHair Vigorfor andhasturningBillings Mont I ITherej I peculiarIVigQrit is a hair food not a dye Your hair does not suddenly turn black look dead and lifeless But graduallythe old color comes backall the rich dark color it used to have The hairstops falling too I1M a bk All injiUU yousemiexpressyouof your AddressJI Angoras as Protection for Sheep Tho ability aud inclination u the buck to fight varmints has made him in many places a valu able acquisition in herds of sheep It is said that dogs and wolves will not attack a grown goat but will not venture into a lord of sheep where there is a buck goat Many countrysrecognize the value of the goat iin this respect and keep one or more fogr their sheep This practice is es pecially desirable in pastures ber e there is no hordor immediate over sight If one or two goats are placedwhen young in a herd of sheep they will remain with thom all the time An extensive Secede of Pennsylvania says Whilei 1 I willoeven fight I prefer to keep dogs out I have seen them drive a dog out of the yard and oftentimes n single goat will protect a flock of Ifothoy are old and not accustomed to being with sheep they will in all probability keep to themselvesL away from the sheep may be depended upon to do this cer tainly if there is quite a number of walks ers and moro inclined to wander than sheep and so will flock by themselves Their protection to failureuSpring Fever Spring fever is another name for biliousness It is more serious than most people think A torpid liver and inactive bowels moan a poisoned system If neglected serious illness may follow such symptoms DoWitts Little Early Risers re move all danger by stimulating the liver opening the bowels and cleansing time system of impurities Safe pills never gripe I have taken DeWitts Little Early Risers for torpid liver every spring for years RMEverly Moundsvillo gooddanything over tried The young Angora wethers make the bust mutton The meat isI richand juicy and free rom the strong taste so common to the moat of the common goat I consider it equal to mutton Wo have sold hundreds of head for mutton always reserving the skins which are worth groan from 75 cents to JosedGal A Timely Word The weaker the system the more enervating the heat and the greater the danger of prostration fThis is a truisma proposition needing no argument- A word in favor of the systimic effects of Hoods Sarsaparilla isi timely it is a fact that this pe cuiar medicine strengthens and tones all the organs and functions and builds up time whole system We believe you will do well to tako Hoods during the heated po riod suporiofto that of sheep and brings just as much on time market Being free from disease why not 1 Josophus R Baruotto Globe Ariz For 28c in stamps you can get a 1free trial of Wilsons Tobacco Cure Has cured thousands CORP WILSON f30y Calvert Texas r- rr n I +COUNTY + DIRECTORY + HAZEL GREEN POLICE COURTIII F PIERATT Judge J M NICKELL Marshall W N NICKEL Deputy Marshall BOARD OF TUSTEES t W O MIZE Chairman W H CORD JOHN D DAVIS JOHN M ROSE JOHN II ROSE 0 I CIRCUIT COURT iThird Monday in January Fourth Monday in April and Third Monday in SeptemberDAVID B REDWINE Judge 1 AF BYRD Commonwe lth Attorney CommissionerC 0 t COUNTY COURT First Monday in each monthpJudgeW t FRANK STAMPER Sheriff C C FUIKS County Attorney J H LITTLE Jailer- S N Henna Assessor SurveyorFRANK J W TAULBEE County Supt o MAGISTRATESf COURTS ytTIME OF HOLDING AND OFFICIALS SUOCKETMagistrate holdingourtcourtSECOND RosEJRinFebruary t Magistratt ConstableCourt t May August and November LEOOMagistrateCourt days First Friday in March June September and December CUUWER8IaliBANKS Constable Court days ThirdtandNovember j SEVENTH DISTRICT B F BOLIN Magistrate PORTER CLARK Constable iMarchJuneEIOHTH DISTRICT GEORGE OLIVER Magistrate No constable and no set time for holding court t LLexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect play 18 1902 EAST BOUND I No 2 I No4 I STATIONS ILTILexington I I SundayPM DailySuuday 5 Winchester 3 10 pm 8 25 am wClayi Stanton 4 00 pm 9 23 am Nai Bridge 4 35 pm 9 54 am I Tor eat 4 49 10 08 am 1Bea I WEST BOUND No1 No3 STATIONS DuilySun Jackson ImBeattyve101TorrentpmNntBridgepmStantonpmlaypmLkpmWinchesterpmLedngtonI UnagerCRASAgentT P A 08E E BRANCH Time Table In Effect Juiarr 1 1982 01 EAST BOUND WEST BOUND No 22No21Daily ex STATIONS Daily ex 1Sunday Sunday a m arr p m lev 9 45 amJackson 1 00 pm 9 40 am 04 K Junction 1 05 pm 8 45 am i Wilhnrxt 1 55 pm 8 30 am j Hampton 2 10 pm 7 45 am LLee City 3 00 pmr735 am Lllelechawa 3 10 pm 7 00 am Cannel City 3 45 pm M n CONLEiY SuperintendentS j aisv U i TIN AND STOVE COMPANY I I Job era and Dealers in T TEIS Jipaned and Tinxiare c r bUSV1LE 1ii DiLL R + BENNETT Ill WHOLESALE 5 t IPIRNI1UK1 I The jjrgcst Exclusive 5 7W KtlB St Wholesale Furniture t Deal eta the South LOUBYlUe Kj EH BEVEF t J508J512 W MAIN STREET i LLti H tOUMVJLLi JCT 5l r ii i THE HERALD SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Juno 5 1902 +llnOUlllEffiEllT + County Conventions at County Seats OD July 19th 1902 District Convention at West Liberty Ky July 24th 1902 HOPKINS HON F A HOlKIN of Floyd county u hereby f demofe Tenth district subject to action of the democratic part DAVIS JUDGE AMOS DAVIS 01f Jlorgan county is herewith an pounced as a candidate for the demo cratic nomination for congress from the Tenth district subject to action of the democratic party TUB Mt Sterling papers an nounco tho fact that their fellow a d citizen John C Wood will be a candidate to succeed himself as railroadcommissioner in this district While for the sake of party we should very much liko to see some good democrat succeed Mr Wood thochances to realize such a consummation are very small in deed as tho district is largely re publican and if a republican must hold the office wo know of none who would be more acceptable than John Wood Ho is one of the most nimble young men in the 3state fair in his politics and al 1 1togethor quite a nice gentleman j But while there is life there is hope and if any democrat has the temerity to offer we shall pull for his success And again if a republican must go why let it bo Wood Catarrh la an excessive secretion from the mucon membrane accompanied with chronic intlam mation Hoods Sarsaparilla acts on the mu cons membrane through the bloodl and rail rally cures all cases of catarrh Take Hoods Honor to Whom Tis Due Notwithstanding the fact that ourtown has been filled with people for a week past there has not been ft word spoken or a scene enacted to disturb the serenity of visitors or cause our citizens to blush in shame And we point to this fact with pride and doubt very much if there be another town in the state that could boast as good bo haviorundersimilarcirctimstancos Our efficient police judge IL F Pieratt determined in advance that order should bo maintained and selected a force of officers to see that it was done To him therefore is due tho honor of hav- ingi the best order throughout this week of excitement Xo pistol shooting no drinking no loud or lascivious language was hoard or seen Indeed we are proud Saved From An Awful Fate Everybody said I had consump tion writes Mrs A M Shields of Chambersburg Pa I was so low after six months of severe sickness caused by hay fever and asthma that few thought I could get well but I learned of tho mar velous merit of Dr Kings New Discovery for consumption used it and was completely cured For desperate throat and lung dieasos it is tho safest cure in the world and is infallible coughs colds and bronchial Affections Guaranteed 50c and 100 Trial bottles free atJ T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sous Campton drug gists LOST Somewhere between J T Days mill and Taylor Johnsons residence a purse containing 700c andiorally rewarded by returning to Garrett Combs I IDOCTORS nbocuredKattIrealonewontdoit needshelp Scotts Emulsioni t is the best help But you mustcontinuo its UEe oven in hot r rweathernot tcicd ItascadI for tree ampSCOTT g noWNU Cbem- Tcr4415 Ie3r1 StrtttNewoc and cmaltdm telt HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY I The Commencement Week is In t angarated With the Young Mens Declamations After music by Misses and Daniel mId Mrs1 CrosseI HevlAlIon atIf S oclock The first declamation was Karl tho Martyr which I was delivered by John S Cisco White Oak who did full justice ofI his subject anti displayed many evidences of oratory Next camo Win Leo Perkins Leo City whoso subject was ofI Gladiator and ho too that he is destined to louver many addresses to tno people if forensic ability bo a considerationI Tho third speaker to attract the attention of the audience and the plaudits of tho people and prove the prize winner was Lawrence C Gambill of Caney his subject boI ing Shipwreck His pose ges tures and voice showed that he mastered his subject thoroughly and demonstrated that ho was exerting every effort to win which he did in the judgment of the gen tlemen chosen as judges and their verdict has only been questioned by the admirers of the respective contestants Consensus of opinion concedes it to him however and satisfaction is the result lie has eloquence grace and tho other at tributes ofa speaker andshould 1he fail to come to the front inj tho forum ho will havo fooledall who hoard him Saturday night Misses Crosse and Sample then delighted the audience with a mu sicalselection entitled Mouuette ontthe piano forte Coustantius and tho Lion was then rendered by Taylor Shockoy of Leo Citywvlio showed the em bryo orator in many essentials and elicited exclamations of exuber ance He too had many warm supportersA Confession by Jamos H Dunn also of Loo City followed in regular order and the speaker impressed all by his earn ost effort Like the others Jim mio showed many good features of wellITho March of Mind which was recited by Lenox Swango of May town came next and was the lust but in its delivery Mr Swan go was by no means least in force The subject was well chosen for tho occasion and the speaker han died it in a statesmanlike spirit i Rev Allen R Moore of Lancas ter Ky Kelley Nickoll esq of Morgan county and lIon W 0 Mize of our town were the judges The latter gentleman told tho wri j iter that the young declaimors had each so many good points that the decision was indeed difficult But each of them wore graded fairly with tho result as announced and that no second choice was considered All should feel proudof the ability displayed Music the decision of judges i awardingmedals and tho bonedic tion closed the nights entertainment On Sunday tho people wero tho recipients of a rare treat at the Christian church in the morning when Rev Mr Mooro delivered the baccalaureate sermon His subject Our Ideals was chosen for its application to the situation the lives we lead and the lives wo should lead and ho handled it in a masterful manner pointing the importance of making our ideals tho grandest in tho conception of Christianity and alike the importance of living the ideal life In brief it was one of tho finest pieces of pulpit logic ever delivered in this locality His address to the Young Peoples Society Christian Endeavor which he delivered at night was also well delivered and i woll received Monday night was given up to tho juveniles and intermediates who rendered an amusing operetta interspersed with iins t rum e ntal music by the magical touch of Miss Mabel Crosse the lady musi cal instructor The flowers the bees tho birds and the frogs were produced in song and story The impersonation of bird bee and frog wero all well done and tho singing was superb Credit for this I performance is we believe due in tSo imrrnto Miss May Davenport j who is a teacher in the junior de partmentOn night at 8 oclock I instrumental pieco of music by Misses Mattio Cord and Pearl Day I Hi ticr and Robert Cord introduced tho program Prayer was offered by Rev BWTrimbloof Mt Sterling then music by Pearl and Daisy Day and Roxie Daniel when Thet Dream of Eugene Aram a declamation was recited by Miss Neva da Nickell of Hazel Green in the rendering of which she displayed a most wonderful dramatic talent and all who hoard her and witnes- ed her postures and gesturos hot facial expressions and tho intonation of her voico believed she must win It was a difficult piece in deed but it was handled with thet skillof n born actress and called for loud applause III Tho next was Vesuvius and tho Egyptian rendered by Miss Boujj i lah Thomas of West Liberty It too required dramatic talent but not more than Miss Thomas die played were possible She has a strong voice which she is capable of pitching to a high key and int witnessing her enacting of thi queeIof tragedy She has many marks o aIsuperior voice probably won her the medal though her vanquishe- rival is a foe worthy her powers Next Tho Story of Patsy tho rendition of which displayed rare conversational powers in Miss Lil ian Hurst of Peartree Breathitt county But it was so different from the two preceding pieces a not to be classed in tho sumo line though it was well recited andre ceived rounds of applause After an instrumental piece by Miss Mattie Cord came the young mens orations The Curse of Power by George Amyx of Days boro showed much thought and painstaking in composition but inI its delivery Mr Amyxs voice was too weak to do it justice Shadows of Perpetuity b Stephen G Sample of Lacy Creek demanded attention of the audience next Concoption and com position both showed careful study and his delivery was good also s that many thought he would win Forces That Win byJ LeRoy Boggs of Wellington was replete with gems of thought and thet composition was carefully consid tired in every detail Mr Boggs delivery was quite distinct his pronunciation perfect and his gesticulations graceful Perhaps he showed that ho had given olocu tion moro study than his prede cessors we know not but ho was awarded Rose True of the medalII best piece of composition in its en tirety that was offered but in his delivery he failed to articulate plainly and but for this ho was a strong competitor for the medal Judge Blair of Morgan Rev B W Trimble of Mt Sterling and Charley Scott the genial passen ger and freight agent of tho ItE railroad were the judges and they compared notes at the close of the contest As between Miss Thomas and Miss Nickell some o the judges hesitated where to put the prizeone at least Under the Laurels was given by students of tho academy Wed nesday night for time benefit of time cottage fund and amateur theatrical talent was portrayed through out the play Some of the actors and actresses displayed great tal ent and had their parts perfectly but we refrain from naming any lest some be madomad Altogether the play was very good but it was marred by some coaching Were all to perfect their parts this play is good enough to grace the stage of any country town to whom iit would indeed prove a rare trout Six young ladies graduated from the academy this term Eachof them prepared thesis and Wed nesday morning each of them were road by their authors at academy chapel before a large and select audience The applause after the reading of each paper attested the appreciation of the audience better than we can tell it Three young men at the same place and about the same time de llivered orations in honor of grad uates Deafening applause greeted each young man as he bowed his obesiouce to tho audience thus at testing time joy of tho assembled people MEDALS AWARDED Young meua declamatory con testmedalist Lawrence Gambill Caney Ky- Young womens declamatory contestmedalist Missi Beulah Thomas West Liberty Ky Young mens oritorical contest medalist JLoroy Boggs Well ington Ky 4 1jJt O Scholarship Robert I Cord Deportment and attendance Daisy Day- Musicmedal given by Noah Cisco Pearl Day General meritRosa Coldiron Goldwatchesboth given by W 0 Mizo Sue Long Sellers S G Sample Lacy creek Mrs Ida W Harrison of Lex subs ject of Culture Character Ser vice and not only did the stud cuts pronounce it grand but all the people who hoard itwill praise it for all time It was a gem School Convention IISunday convention convened heroWednesduy Elder It B Neale was present and fully explained the object of the organ ization Unfortunately there had been no concerted or full effort to bring together the churches of the county Therefore the attondance- was only local However an or futurespresifdent W 0 Mize secretary and an executive committee appointed ChaedCecil and Mrs F N Day This committee and the of1 curs will or ganize the county and hope tc make Wolfo one of tho banner counties To Whom it May Concerns OFFICE COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT 1 CAMPTON Ky June y 1902 This is to certify that in pursuance to senate bill No G5of theo common school law making iitt my duty to hold a competitive ox amination for appointees for col logiato or normal courses of studies in the state college I have fixed Saturday July 5 1902 as the daY for said examination and young men and women desirous of attending this college will meet im in nixoffice at Campton on tho- r abovo named date and take said examination und by so doing you save 1000 annually and young men and women with monger means have an opportunity of at tending nn institution of high TAUllshlyoCounty Supt Lyons Laxative Syijup Natures Cure for Constipation Doris NOT Giurij If you 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 This Offer Is For 30 Days Only wo are bound to raise 1111 121As money within tho anext 30 Days wtf will during that time take subscriptions to TilE HKHAM and the Courier forS125Oldadvantage of this offer by paying up all arrearages and ono year in advance but the time will not be extended beyond June 8 This is a losing game with us but if 20 or more will tako advantage of it the fact that this sum will come practically in a lump will compen sate us Tell your neighbors and friends about itlI inftown Wednesday and paid this office a pleasant call Whoa you have head ache or neuralgia try Triphene Sold by SS Combs Sons Campton and H F Pieratt Hazel Green tf W J Lewis of tho wide wide world paid THE HERALD n pleasant call on Thursday This disciple of Faust is traveling for his health and incidentally anything he may find in shape of wealth When you have head ache or neuralgia try Triphene Sold by S S Combs Sons Campton and H F Pieratt Hazel Green tf Hazel Green has apparently put on her Sunday clothes since the departure of the students for their respectivo homes Send 35c and get a free trial o Wilsons Morphine Cure tosto for 14 years and always success ful Send to CORP WILSON f 30y Calvert Texas Rev Jim Tom Manning of Canoy is the guest of Rev H D Adams this week Dr J H Stamper the dentist and James Lacy of Bonny Morgan county paid this office a pleasant business call Thursday morning A Bad Breath A bad breath means a bad stomach a bad digestion a bad liver Ayers Pills are liver pills They cure con stipation biliousness dys pepsia sick headache 25c All druggists Wut your moutache or beard a buuUful brown or rich black Then UII BUCKINGHAMS DYE Wrters uraortar e L r era 6 Co arr t = 5 7t I1 The Volcanoes 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LINEY or FLANNELSI Write to the above wellknown Mills or se our agent for terms prices samples h E F CECIL HAZEL GREEN KY IBIueGrissNnrSeIies SPRINC 9O2CSTFruit and Ornamental Trees Grape Vines Asparagus Small Fruits and Everything for Orchard Lawn and Gar den We have no agents but sell direct to the planter Strawberry and Gene ral Catalogue on application to H F HILLENMEYER er LEXINCTON K- Yoooooocooooooooooooooooooo t 8g I goi 8 STAGSHBRTS8 8o t gg 3 oooooooooooooooooooooooooo The following nine 1lots will be sold at a low price for the cash j College Avenueii a I L S 1 X10 a0v0 O u0e- bC r tit r s t rsOc IIt- ot40th 1 Ct = = Cnc 7t = 11 = r R- w W 18 Sold I Ig About Sold 300 feet Address COURTNEY McGUIRE y Clay Citys Profit Sharing The Cincinnati EnQuirer sets ssldo 97000To be distributed to such of its readers who care to engage in an intel lectual and profitable study A contest that will familiarize them with the population voting power and government of the State of Ohio The 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PROFITSHARING BUREAU Box 716 Cincinnati 0 t l 4ii ir art rye 7 General Debility in aml out acre IH that fntitnc of r+ Daf ItelfOdb Food docs not Inn tIt C J Jnut rtfmh Itis jI hard to H hard to tltr what ih rntyrch9anJ- l dlrCeFtitrfbxaype IOe SpIIl orthms 1111 floods Sarsaparilta luncItI i the 1111I 10oshirely w e II nmIo11 or Militated coiuau n s Di1Its craCJU4 a teat ThE- L IEMLD 1 Newt Womack and wife oftst Liberty nro the guests of Charley f Cecil Kelly Cox of Mariba Ky was the guest of Lis uncle John Ward1 Friday night j J- man M Russell with tho Fried Shoe Co 31 Louis was in town Tuesday Mrs Tylers funeral will bej preached at Consolation on the fourth Sunday in July j Rev IL D Adams will preach at the Casket school house Friday tight Saturday and Sunday Born to the wife of Charley Doll of Spencer nee Lizzie PieI rntt on Monday JuneJ 2 a girl Bill Parsley with Mendelll ino stock fc Co Louisville was interviewing our merchants Thesday jj WEAK STOMACH iis strength and toned by Hoods Sar saparillathe incduino that cum djrspcpsw anil POOR APPETITE Carl Mize of Indianapolis Ind is visiting his father Win O Mizo and wife and taking in the com j mencemont Willie IVratt and wife nee Mattie DUll and baby of Bothel aik part of the entertainment Charley Rose and Curt Lacy r have the thanks of the editor and f better seveneighths for a fineI mess of mountain oysters The editor of this paper accom- paeiedbyhisktttersevonieighthsT enjoyed a pleasant buggy ride to t West Liberty and back Tuesday For oi jjaJon Taleia i 1qanttealremerivfo l bt1audlrrctJSold by J C Plumper Jray Creek J G Trimble of Mt Sterling is the guest of his daughter Mrs J T Day and other relatives and nn attendant at the academy ex excises Dr Collier tho dentist did not arrive until Tuesday but he is hero now mal only for a few days If you lued any work in his line hurry and give it to him or you will be disappointed Rev Allan It Moore who de livered the baccalaureate sermon on Sunday and an address to the Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor in the afternoon left Monday for his homo at Lan caster CASTORIAI For Infants and Children DM Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Blgaature of s thesStamper branch are wrestling with the measles His wife and three children have just recovered ono boy has them bad now and three others are just ready to take them His wife had quito a Beige with them J E Cooper Tom igstat1 Si Preston Chas M Koyser and a Mr Cockcroll have bought a half interest in the Rittenhouso coal theyhavef Preston and Keyser retaining their interest The price paid was 10 4 000 z Happy Time in Old Town We felt very happy1 writes IL N Bevill Old Town Va when Bucklous Arnica Salve wholly cured our daughter of a hind cast ofscald head It delights all who use it for cuts corns burns bruis Tifalliblo HazelGreenSonsCAmpton I HAZEL GREEN Is Thronged With People From Every Part of the Compass At Day House Misses Annie and Mattio Cope Gallic Bowon f I JncksonIand Miss Lula Manker West Lib i WIison Drury Hondrix Misses Sarah Horton Boulah Vansant Rottie and Edith Stamper Kmma Hollon Mary Wyatt Newt Drake Harry Combs and Volnty1 Oakley Camp ton Sipco above was in typo 29 others stopped hero but too late to give names I JohmiMRososCurtis Rose and Robert Knsh McCausoy Dr JM1 Kash mill wife and Everett Back Jackson Robert Horn Thos jConiHHy and hour Hilton dm nel City Bruce Salyers Jefferson a ills Willie Lndford MtSterlingI Asia Rose and Mr Overley Lee City Will Green and Charley Bailey Lexington At John Wards Misses Alma Rwango and Inez Day Ma town Mrs S C Alexander Daysboro Asa Rose Lee City Mr and Mrsj John Caudle and Robt Caudle j1 andwife Iinhook Mrs Sanford Day and two daughters Tinhook Mrs Emma Henry G raspy cnokI Miss Ellio Kilgore West LihertyIIAt Q C Daniels Hurst Frozen Creek Mrs F 1I Thomas West Liberty MrsRachel and Miss1 Cora Combs and I rsii AIIInnBlankIIenshipj At Mrs Alice 1ioratts Misses Artie Dye Maytown Lillio Cecil Grassy Mary Wyatt Campton Mrs Phebo Cox Blackwator and Hon Joseph Rose and two chi dren Dorsoy and Mattio of Lacy creek At IRev II ID Adams Misses Mattie Watson Stella Mannin nndIj 11 Mannin Canoy Holland IcI Guiro and daughter Matthew Ky Lit Pholps and daughter and Mat jtio Fronch Burg Ky AtJlcLinsJ B McLin jrand wife Jackson Hugh Beat ty Torrent Miss Hattie McLin i Rose Hill Va and Miss Hattie j Richmond Ewing Va At Mrs Joe Swangos Misses Etta and Carrie and Cletis Swan go Chambers Station Miss Lilly and Curtis Rose Lacy Creek IaytowniiAt John Davis Mrs Beatty Gambill son and daughter Can- nel City Miss Nolda Davis nndI brother J R Davis Ezel At C W CecilsC D MooreI wife and daughter West Liberty Harry Cecil Grassy and Rolla Cecil Blackwater At W T CaskoysIrs Allie Casket Miss Bertie Davis and Willie Caskey Judge Blair and son Luther At J M IngramsSam Tabor wife and daughter McCausey Charley Tabor Rothwell Newt Duff Spencer- At B F Brennomans Misses i Roxie Wright Winchester and Maud and Lull Taulbeo Days I boroAt Rev Sam TaulbeosMrs Allio Caskoy mid son Willie and Pearlie Davis West Liberty At Xoah CiscosIiss Margaret Sowell and sisterinlaw Mrs Mar garet Sewell Jackson At J T Gevedons W II Gev edon Bud wife West Liberty Mon roe Gevedon Grassy CaseIAndy Long and Osa Byrd Salom i At J H PierattsJudgo G B Swango and wife Mt Sterling At F N DaysMiss Laura Rawlings Jackson At Mrs Boggs Willie Childers and sister Nay town AtJ PierattsIrsLou Cox Blackwator Tho above list is far from complete as there wore a groat many came in on the last day It is enough to say that fully twice as many as are named wore guests during the entertainment I I IFilthy Temples in India I Sacred cows often defile Indian temples but worse yet is a body thats polluted by constipation Dont permit Cleanse your system with Dr Kings Now Life Pills andj avoid untold misery They give i livelyo bowels good diges ion fine appetite Only 25c Gun untoed and for sale by J T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Mons Campton ho new academy is now ready fcfr tho tinners t- js r w SWANGO SPRINGS SAYINGS Rush Swango paid Campton a J flying visit Saturday 1 Stove Rose and wifo of Still iwater visited relatives on this side last week- J H Lotion of Millersburg and Lewis Hays of Rittonhouse were with us again last week Mrs Fito of Sharpsburg is with Harrison Swango and wife for a months trial of the water Misses Corn Chancy Lizzie Craft and Mrs Edith Cox accompanied Iby Felix Craft all of Salem gave visitI t DAYSBORO DOINGS Susie Sunbeam woe in our town shopping Saturday Calloway Sebastian spent Saturday and Sunday in Cannel City M J Long and wife made a week business trip to Campton last I sunIdayLittle 00 Byrd passed through Days boro Sunday wearing a broad smile A few from this place attended church at tho head of Red river SundayILeroy Boggs accompanied by Mrs Dora Swango passed through hero Sunday 1John Davidson nod son and Ed igard Alexander visited relatives weekIAddie Shockey after a prolong herIhomo near Leo City IondayISupt J W Cato a place for a school house tho now district above Lee itI last week IIissos Addio Shockey and Eva Gillispie wore tho pleasant guests of Lula and Maude Taulbeo Sat urday night Rev Jas Little and wife have jjust returned from a protracted visit to relatives at Jackson and Lexington toIj Mr Brooks that they did not re Jj grot their spending 50c to got toIj ride on tho freight train and have entirely gotten over their walk and would advise him to not got i so j i ji enraptured in gazing at a side freightI j train leave him and we must not j forgot to say that Miss Lulaapi preciated his sympathy so much that we have almost persuaded j her to como with us again so dont be surprised to see us com ing most any timeIM June o MAUD MCILKU LEE CITY P H Harris photographer was in our midst Saturday Maggio Walters was visiting her sister Mrs Clay hose Sunday Rev Thompson of Louisvillo held Sunday school here Sunday Miss Della Arcett and John Clear woro married on tho 20th of MayTom Shumate tho clerk for C L White left for Carter county SaturdayKelloy Rose and wifo left here for Hazel Green tho 2nd to attend commencementHuron accompanied by a Mr Hutsinger started for Ashland Saturday A largo number passed through our city en routo to Hazel Green to attend commencement last Sat Linda A M Nickell is still improving in health and was indeed bene fited by going to the hospital at Louisville Ky J 1I Sloan J T Graham R R Spradling and Clay Rose all Odd Follows of this city loft Sat urday to be at their lodge meet ing durance Pratt has bought a GrahamsIjin our city at tho present We were sorry to see two cases ofold Taylor come last week on the 0 K addressed to LeoI City All being under the impression that it was to be dono away withJ D Overly and Asa Rose ou- R r R agents loft Saturday for Hazel Green to hear the youn mens contest They report a very nice time also the lucky speaker to be Lawrence Gambill Juno 8 BRooKs rio r4I tiJI Ii i f BENSEWELL EDITOR VOLUME I NUMBER 3 EDITORIAL EFFUSIONS yon Jones nt name The place to take the measure of man is not in the market place or forum limit at his fireside There he lays aside his mask and you learn whether he is an imp or an angel king or cur hero or humbug I lo not care a copper what the world says of him whether it crowns him with glory or pelts him with eggs I care not what religion he may have If his babies dread his coming home and his better half swallows her heart when she asks him for a bill he is a fraud of the first water even though he prays night and morning until he shakes the eternal hills But if his children run to the front gate to meet him and Joves own sunshine illumes the taceof his wifeI when she hears his footsteps you can take it for granted be is pure goldhis home getsIMornian and mugwump he may buy votes bet on elections he may deal from the bottom and drink beer until he cant tell a silver dollar from a circular saw and still be better than the man who is suavity but who makes homeahellwho vents on his helpless wife and children the ill nature he would like to inflict on his fellow man but dares not I can jforgive much in a fellow mortal who would rather make men swear thanI iwomen weep would rather have the hate of all the world tham the contempt of his wife who would rather call anger to the face of a man than fear to the face of a child The above may fail to picture an ideal Christian but it beauti fully and eloquently pictures an ideal model husband No matter hisireligious pretentious he may at least be a scoundrel a hypocrit tand a humbug and the worst sort an unkind cruel husband It 10fj palpably wrong for a man to de bauch and degrade himself in drunkenness and sin and still bo tenfold a better man and husband than the man who makes the just- lyI proud boast that ho never touched a drop of intoxicants inI life There are absolutely sober men who if they would quit their present ovildoiiig and take to j drinking to extravagant excess would do their families a justice and bo better thought of by a irightthinking community Their soberness is but a screen behind which aro covered deeds too infa mous to describe Undiscovered hypocricy will cover a multitude of sins It iis more honorablo to drinka little and bo true as steel to his family than to be a porfect ly sober man and be guilty of acts iof infidelity on every opportunity presented Verily at the fireside is the place to measure the worth of any man PKKSIDENT ROSEVELTS speech on Decoration Day is a corker of the Cow Boy variety It is brimful of knockdown blows to the over railing critics of the administra tion in the Philippine Islands That speech stamps Roosevelt as the foremost and ablest defender TeddyI AllIknow exactly where and how ho stauds on every vital question be foro the people He is an ideal American citizen that will do to pattern after Tim deepest oil well in the United States is being drilled by the Forest Oil Company at West Elizabeth Pa When it is com pleted it will be 0000 feet deep Heros betting a ginger cake tha oilcan bo had in abundance in this county without drilling onefifth that distance LOCAL LACONICS The wife of Reubin Smith is on the sick list Miss Tamer Tolson has boon on the sick list C 0 Cardwell of Landsaw wasI in our town Monday attendinscircuit court jit Jackson sThe wife of G W Halsey isvis iting on Stillwator this week W S Tutt and C C Fulks at tended church on the Trace Sun day Sinco last issue 30 oil leases have been recorded in county clerksI oflico ExJudge G T Center of Still orgI business Mrs Laura Elkins and daughter Effie of Lane were in our townI last Friday d j2 U ii The best natural laugher in C ainpton is Robert M Carpenter jokesThe pension of Nathan Wil I lams has boon increased from SjI to 1200 per month j I Clerk Tutt reports marriage 1 license issued for B C Alexander ito Nannio L Crow both of Booth this county By special act of congress Mrs Sidney Cabell widow of Coon Caboll has been allowed a pension at 8 por month Warrants wore sworn out Monday against John and Howard Moore charging thom with the iillegal sale of liquor Robert Carpenter and J C Hurst I iI have been cracking jokes at one I another in political form Verily Campion has her talent A F Byrd commonwealths attorney camo homo from Breathitt circuit court last Saturday but went back on Monday Several of the Campton folks oxorIciaestthis week and report an enjoyable timoII I County court convened hero Monday with His Honor J wlI Congleton on the bench and C C 1 Fulks slashing time pitchfork as county attorney Prof F D Palmeter has resign ed the principalship of time K W A at this place It is thought jthat ho will be succeeded by Prof Clark of Hindman Last week County Judge Congle ton received a letter from woman in which she claims to be the law fulwife of Jim Webb and makes inquiry as to his whereabouts III j C C Fulks and G D Stamper 1last Friday attended Magistrate J M Lovelaces court in the Flat It rs safe to say no blindtigers showed their snakey heads while I hose aboutattorneys were The Juno issue of The Authors Magazine published at Detroit Michigan pays the editor of the Campton Courier a high compli ment by classing him as one of the leading literary writers of Ken tuckyLast Friday was Docoration Day The people of Campton and vicini ity assembled at the cemetery and there paid a beautiful tribute of loving respect to the sacred dead by profusely decorating their last resting places with Hewers and ferns Ac Last Saturday evening Camptou i roughItoughwere trying to arrest I Collins and Mort Lacy for dis orderly conduct which precipitated the row Some bruised heads but no deathkilling execution done M F Horton of Lane is here this week to make out the tax book for Sheriff Stamper The taxes for 1902 have been due ever since last March but the sheriff had to await the action of the state board of equalization before commencing tho collection of taxes Tho state board has increased taxes on real and personal property one per cent and on town lots three perI countytMisses Ollie Henry of Bonny Morgan county and Mahala Rose of Lee City two charming young ladies made TimE HERALD office a friendly visit Monday morning The llatter is a pupil of Hazel Green academy Virulent Caicer Cured Startling proof of a wonderful advance in medicine is given by druggist G W Roberts of Elizabeth W Va An old man there had long suffered with what good doctors pronounced incurable can cer They believed his case hope less till he used Electric Bitters and applied Bucklens Arnica Salve which treatment completely cured him When Electric Bitters are used to expel bilious kidney and microbe poisons at the same this salve exerts its matchless hoal ing power blood diseases skin eruptions elcers and sores vanish Bitters floe salvo 25c at J Taylor Day Hazel Green and S S Combs Sons Campton drug stores Guarantee satisfaction ITHE HERALD and Monthly World ono dollar a year in advance ii irrTrlh rAWE ARE DISPLAYING C 500 COATS VESTS I Which we have just received manufactured by the celebrated makers A L F RED BENJAMIN Co New York City Blue Serges BlackSerge Hit WECANFITANYBODVUPTOSIZE5Oarei 1 to the finest merchant i tailoringti IWe f andI150YOUR I LI G STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS Opp Phoenix Hotel LEXINGTON KY WHEN BUYING WHISKEY 1c1- i CIIi OR TO BE USED fi jftj EE1frQE You want good pure whiskey and at times all need whiskey either to ward oil colds and pneumonia or to build up the choicejsystem r when from overwork or worry the vitality is below I 1200 225250 PER GALLON y i and we pack in nice sotyou getting you a nice etcped glass and corkscrew free Send us your order PostOffiClHAGAN DISTILLING CO Lexington Kyjj CLARK 3 HOWARD CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS 206208 E Main LEXINGTON KY mechanics itisOut largest GnstO lars t Talk for us They are so well satisfied themselves that they tellothers about the merits of Lexington Beer All who use it aqrccthat it is the best beer they overdrank So will you if you give it a trial No beer receives better care in the f brewing and the bottling LEXINGTON BREWING COMPANYII W R CRAWFORD t CO 1 Live Stock Commission Merchants FOR THE SALE OF Cattle Hogs Sheep Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI Of ALSO Central Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY We have an Eastern outlet for all desirable stock at highest prices Coalgn saw solicited All correspondence cheerfully answered I r i Jvr I i i i i f OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes throughi your kidneys once every three JVJ The kidneys are your I v blood purifiers they fil- tert H out the waste or Impurities in the blood If they are sick or out dofePains achesandrheu matlsm come from ex i cess of uric acid in the it blood due to neglected kidney trouble J1 Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady w thoughrE kidneyEIt used to be considered that only urinary kidneysbut begini If you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild t and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy Is 1 soon realized It stands the highest for Iits casesLImeritsI t w Rome of swampRoot 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 Letter From Jim Tom Pierattr PARKEU KAXH May 20 1902 BRO COOPEU Dear SirI landed at Parker t April 12th and found a beautiful I town of about 300 inhabitants This town has three churches onet good school seminary one bank and one newspaper This town iis situated about CO miles south o Kansas City on one branch of the- M KtL T II Hand exceeds in grandeur anything Crock Coldiron can polish up with his mules about I old Hazel Green I am stopping with Billie Oldfields formerly of E Mogan county Ky who married a daughter of Miles Nickell Thor are quite a number of Kentuckian living in this town and vicinit Morrison Nickell lives in town i and a few more Kentuckians which I have had the pleasure of meeting withsome of the Oakleys t Cockerlls Days Caskeys Bryants i Ballard Jones Wash Ingram an oldschoolmato and family and B p Williamp3 mention I have made quito an improve ment in health since I canto hero 5 have preached one week had two additions This is next to Canan I that country God promised to the children of Iseral for health and beauty Prospects are exceeding raiLand everything is looking excee- i ingly fine Yours fraternallyJ Leads Them All One Minute Cough Cure beats all other medicines I ever tried for coughs colds croup and throat and lung troubles says D Scott Currin of Loganton Pa One Minute Cough Cure is the only absolutely safe cough remedy which acts immediately Mothers every where testify to the good it has done their little ones Croup iis so sudden in its attacks that the doctor often arrives too late It CoughCurelike it Sure taro for grip bron chitis coughs Angora Meat As a food there is no meat that is purer or more tender It is bet I i ter than mutton as there is not I that excessive fat to contend withIha j I that is found on sheep This I f good feature in the Angora veniIj I son In their feeding habits they I I I whiSch I t alone is sufficient proof of the mer 1 its of their food qualities A young kid is as dainty a morsel as can be found in the meat line The wealthy people of St Louis recent took youngAngorait is now a regular portion of their fare and that fad has done a great prejudicod against the Angora venison as a food Angora mutton is now be ing sold on the market at a frac muft ValleyN MoxII Ready to YieldIi I I used DeWitts With Hazell Salve I L cerdrtain cure says S R Meredith Willow Grove Del Operations un necessary to cure piles They al1 ways yield to DeWitta Witch Hazell Salve alkindsl ttorfeits no coup IT may be that Cuban recipr city will be the wedge that wflll Lsplit tho tariffjj Hoof Farm Anctioi Sale of Jer seys and Berkshires Hood Farm Lowell Mass is swell 0 known to the readers of thi paper that it is not necessary to go iinto details in regard to the high quality of the stock owned at that great breeding establishment JuneII I toIJersey cattle and 125 Berkshire ji hogs This is the greatest sale of j I the kind ever held in New England There is such a largo number and j I youngIII t j the high prices usually brought by registered stock will be able to get some very desirable indi victuals at a great bargain Every dairyman and farmer can afford to get something to en j rich his herd either a bull a heifer or a pig It is tho opportu nity of a lifetime Those who cannot go but have friends who will1 attend should commission them to use their judgment in Belecbn I famousII deal of information to those inter j ested in Jerseysand BerkshiresandI j it is a work of art It will bo sent to all who write for it I I IliDO Reward of this 1100 paper will lbe that there is at least one dreaded disease that scii I enco has been able to cure in all1 Catarrlfi Halls Catarrh Cure is the only posk itivo taro known to the medic 1 fraternity Catarrh being a con j I stitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Ca tarrh Cure taken internally acting muIIt I Lby destroying the foundation tho disease and giving the patio strength by building up theca stitution and assisting nature inI doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer 100 fort any case that it fails to cure Sou for list of testimonials Address FJ CHENEY it Co- Toledo O HallsIFamily Pills are the best JUST as the people of St Pierre were warned of the danger from volcanic eruption the trusts have been warned of the danger of anI eruption of the peoples wrath T warnings wore not heeded by t first calls a great disaster ova whelmed them Will the trusts ydElectric Belt on Trial To introduce it andobtain agents the undersigned firm will send a few of their Electric Belts on trialI on the following terms 100 to be paid in ten days if tho Beltl proves beneficial and the balance 200 to be paid in sixty days ifr the Belt effects a cure These Belts are a positive euro for Rheumatism Neuralgia Kidney trouble Stomach and Liver trouble Asthma etc Address at once GERMAN ELECTRIC AGENCY tf PO Box 1874New York NY AND now Minneapolis has a po licebribery scandal on its hands Indictments have been returns- but t that doesnt necessarily mean that the guilty will be punished THK LEAF ITOcured of her deafness and head by Dr Nicholson toInstitutes procure the Ear Drums may have thetoII NicholsonIn8titute4ly IF wisdom ruled the republican party Andrew Carnegies offer to pay 20000000 for the Philippines if the Filipinos wore given independence would be jumped at SalegOne Fay No8six roll 8 inch lightning floorer with beading at taohment Ono Fay carriage cutting off saw F BUSH Sox Lexington Ky J W Castoel was sentenced three years in the penitentiary on a charge of forgery at London Ky slay 27 Casteel was brought back from Texas where ho was posing a preacher las IYou cannot buy standard pianos organs buggies sewing machines clocks watches and jewelry cheap any whore else as you can of mo Como and see samples and you will be convinced You do witlh tf J T GEVEDON bytheworship the alleged military he roes of Cab I Heir to a 67000 Estate Henry Devillard a French chef at a local hotel in Lexington Ky vats ued at 07000 Ho says his father I General Henry Devillard was killed in the FrancoPrussian war IInnd that his mother who died May 14 left him tho only child the property He was formerly chef at various Louisville hotels and has sent his claim to the French Consul at Louisville He says his homo is at Rolla Canton Vaud Franco I IOnrOnly of Hope 1in Ppaused CenI I tor for some nervous affection exciteIlmentd lsl 1hazel Green the best the people of altogr itBIIS apparently tho only hope for prosperity Quarreled With Her Husband As a result of a quarrel with her husband Mrs Peter Simons of Louisville attempted suicide on May 27th by pouring coal oil on her dress and touching it off with a match Her husband suppressed the flame by enveloping her in a blanket She was fearfully burn ed and is not expected to live She was taken to the city hospital nlLee Williams colored living about four miles from Cadiz Ky shot his two yearold child through the heart on the 26th nit killing r it instantly Williams claims t have shot the child accidentally DepflodgentjailiTho Angora meat is preferable to mutton as it does not have the woolly flavor so objectionable to browsd ing season tho meat has a venison flavor but this is lost when corn iid fed in the food lotB C Johu ston Lawrence Kans DRFENNERSI RELIEFLCUTS GRIP- aRONGtIgrq ISTINGS SDRAIiIS PNsoREia Tausnlw riapaAtGpA INSIDE OR OUT DIARHM heDrupplrtr etOeiLhe KyrJoseph Carpenter of Louisville pourinII g molton lead on underground wires on the 28th ult when some of iit fall into a pool of water and ox ploded His right eye was blow lout and physicians say he will1 lose the left also It takes an expert to toll the mutrwhere the goat had access to brushCookd Buck t Oskaloosa Kans Or course New Yorks big ceal1 dealers were not trying to prejudice the public against the strikers when they jumped coal 1 a ton TilE insurance companies and td0 divide the cost of Armours mil liondollar fire loss Tho Trigg county grand jury failed to indict John Thomas in jail at Cadiz Ky for the murder of Alfred Bridges J W Perry closed a deal in the east for the purchase of 5000 acres of timber land in Morgan county for 55000 MACLAY probably did not ap preciato the free ad given his naval history by the house the other day KadalDyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat This preparation contains all of the dlgestanta and digests all kinds of food Itgives instant relief and never falls to cure It allows you to eat all the food you want The mostsensitive stomachs can take it By its use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else failed Is unequalled for the stomach Child ItSCHP S all stomach triibks TbeHbottfecoatalns254tlinwtbe JJSDttHKGoJ Manufacturers and Jobbers of MENS BOYS HI flTUIMPdt CHILDRENSULU I IllllLi 607 W MAIN LOUISVILLE STREET KY IIJJ ItfT H F PlEKATT H C QUICKSALL H F PIERATT f CO DEALERS IN General Nlerdiondise Live Stock and Country Produce IF YOU WANT CHEAP GOODS COME WITH THE CASH as that is time onlysafe and reliable way to do business PLEASE DO NOT ASK FOR CREDITI Very respectfully i Ha F PIERATT CO i fjAll parties now indebted to mo I t call and settle or thoro will Ii lshonll1 HOT TIME IN THE OLD fI TODAY as I am deterfJ tl mined to wind np all my outstund P S business Thanking you for = N B IIing patronage and moro especiY i if you will pay me for my you have consumed IfI remain respectfully H F PIERATT f CECIL BROS toplelFoncg Grocers Have in Stock and Sell Low for CASH the following goods jarIplashes sic PEACH LEAF 1LARD 15c per pound SUGAR Me to lic per pound eCAUO1 A COFFEE best in town 11c UONNIK ROLLED OATS tOe package SWEET POTATOES canned 15c 2 for 25c KRAUT a pound can lOc CORN toe per can PEAS 2 cans J5- caHARXESS BRIDLES GRANITE WAREc Ac Everything first class and fresh and YOU SAVE MONEY on everything you buy of us STIUCII IN TIMEO I I A LOOK A leSTonjctMtenlllinril1 I I I I Fall prevents Chills Dengue and 1ALtTtHLEMalarial Fevers Acts on the Better than Calomeland Quinine Centring no Arsenic liver and tours up the system TILE OLD UKIIAHLK BXGBLBUT SENERAL TONJAs well as a Sure Cure for Chills and Fevers Swamp Fevers and Diliout Fevers Just what you need at this season T NEVKU FAILS Mild Laxative Nervous Sedative Splendid Tonic Guaranteed Try It I ont take any substitute At lprugglata Soc nod St Bottle IKBIMKEII HY succrsstsoaTli COFortyxNOwiac I proves FtuzhesTdnticagreat rent KENTUCKYedyforCbllsallmalarialII I BZEL GREEB oo RGjlIJEfflY SCHOOLnCheapest School in Eastern oo Kentucky 3alwith tho largest enrollment in tho history of the school The Second Session begins JANUARY II1902 l thorough practical school for young men and women with Ten Courses of Study under Academic Commercial Normal Musical and Ministerial Depart ment fr Every Teacher is a GltADl- ATEflFTuluon S1300 for 38 Week S2OO per Week particular write W II C011D Principal REGAIN YOUR EALTH WITH 1iiiiiiooeaooooooooooaoool t OREIJ NATURES DOCTOR FORMAN IKNDS im IT CURES r RheumatismDiptheria DiptheriaLa Brights Disease Blood Poisoning Kidney Liver and Stomach Troubles Female Complaint Catarrh and Ceneral Debility XSSHWBF IT CURESWH- EN ALL ELSE FAILS III ROAD THE TESTIMONY OF TWO WELL i KNOWN CITIZENS OF WOLFEII Mr Cooper Hazel Green Ky I purchased some of the Vita Ore of you in the latter part of Marchand alter taking about a halfplot of the t 1t Vita Ore Elixer my nerves were as steady as when I was 16 years of age and I am now past 75 For more than a year bad been trying all the patent medicine and nostrums I could bear of to build myself up but nothing did me any good until I used Vitn Ore which my wife brought me from your house After using it a week I went out and did threeP 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 time mountains to know what it did for me so they may try it Hoping ever 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 his wife and bought the medicine of Mr Cooper for him though I did not have much faith in it because we bad triedan many things that did no good I have also wed Vitas Ore and am stronger and in better health than for years which I attribute to its use MRS SOUTHEY LACY Lacy Creek Ky June 111901 JGVitnOre is 1 a package which makes 1 quart of Elixer DoseOne teaspoonful in glass of water Mailed tony address on receipt of price 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