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IOb tiUARAbiTEED CASE- y iiIirs L 01 iaataa or o n HONOR EASTMANS + EBOARDERSIO O J JIt Ii WISH YOU would take thorn Honor Tho voice was the peevish fretful Iooop a ono of tho farmers wife J who had added to hex burdens by taking summer boarders Every room in my house is full and it would bo too bad to send them back to the city Hut our placo is not fine enough for city people said Honor East man looking deprecatingly at the blue cornflower pattern on the wall and then through the op n window toward the river that winding its way betweon green banks separated her farm from her neighborseNonsense said the other en orgetically You know youve go one of the finest places in Michigan Honor and theyll pay well and not be much bother Met thus with the convincing logic of experience Honor laid aside her scruples and followed the example of her neighbors who opened their homes to tho city folk that ever un theMichigau side of the lake all the summer long She did it hesitatingly regretting the invasion of the privacy of her homo and looking wistfully at her flower beds brilliant with the manyhued marigolds and petunias and hollyhock HI hope they wont pick them allshe said to herself and then chidod her own self ishness Mrs Harrington came with her small children and largo trunks filled with pretty gowns that gave Honor the nearest feeling of envy she had evor felt Tho ladys hus band cause out on Sunday accom panied by a tall handsome man whom the children called Uncle Tom and Mrs Harrington in troduced as My brother Dr Thorns Hnddou Uncle Tom was n favorite with his small nephew and namesake and that afternoon when Honor went into the parlor to carry away her favorite book of poem from the marble top table she saw through tho window that young gentleman perched on the porch balustrade looking down admire ingly at his uncle in the rustic chair enjoying his after dinner cigar lilts jolly here Uncle Tom said the boy Wo have pie for breakfast and cake over meal and theres an organ instead of a piano and tho cook comes in and says Honor do you want the eggs biled or scrabled for breakfast l and never says Yes maam or Miss liko mammas Uncle Tom laughed and Honor escaped undetected as a listener but her prido was hurt She had thought her guests must see that she understood their standard of living The cottage organ represented tho profits of the berry crop and her friends had praised her playing until Honor esteemed herself a musician Tho next morning there was no pie for breakfast oven the cake was reserved for tho evening meal and when the children teased for hymns Honor excused herself on the plea of much housework In tho fall when the Harring tons had gono back to the city Honor found she had saved quite a sum above tho expenses of the summer It was lonely nt the farmhouse without tho children and Honor could not think of Mrs Haringtona beautiful manners and tasteful dress without a feeling of secret onvy An idea came to her but it was too daring to bo realized At my time of horsolfIt mirror was youthful and bright I belive Ill do it theres nothing to hinder she said and the town eyes in tho mirror looked back with approving assurance There was much wonder and some comment in the rural neigh thATat Honor Eastman had gone to Chi = yI i M cago to stay all winter But Honor had left no explanation of why sho wont and the letters she received wero addressed in tho care of a prominent womans club In the I early spring almost as soon as the robin redbreasts camo Honor was backat tho farm taking up tho lines of her duty where she had llaid them down in the autumn When Mrs Harrington wrote asking if sho would take tho family again for the summer Honor was glad and they camo when tho strawberries woro ripest and boat Jr Haddon camo the following Ssunday and in the afternoon as he lay stretched in the hammock lazily watching tho curling smoke ofa cigar as it lost itself in the leafy canopy above him Mrs Har rington interrupted his reveries II do not understand it she said Everything seems unchang d but there is a difference It is myselftTho meals aro the same but so nicely served Honors dresses are as simple but her manners aro those of tho selfpossessed woman of the world And the daintiness of everything you noticed tho flowers on the table 1 Pooh 1 said herbrotherlooking at his handsome elegant sister ad miringly lits only your good in finance Alice- Nevertheless some weeks later Dr Haddon declared that Sunday trips to the country wore too brief that he needed a rest and was not going buck to the city fora month And Master Tom if he thought that his uncle would devote all his time to him mending his fishing lines and finding where the finest poaches and gropes grew was doomed to disappointment It oven went so far that that young gentleman was forgotten or left out in the afternoon row on tho river for Dr Haddon discovering Honors love of books declared there was no place so favorable for the rending of ones favorite author as in a boat testing in the shade of vine laden branches overhang ing the banks Tho quiet modest young woman who could manage a household or farm equally as well and whose manners wero gracious and gentle like those of a woman of culture at first aroused his curiosity then his interest and interest is always akin to love Uncle Tom said that gentle mans namesake one evening the last before time Harringtons were to return to town I wish we could live here every summer dont you- uPerhaps your aunt will let you visit her every summer said his uncle taking Honors hand and turning to his stator for congratu lotions Hurrah for my Aunt Honor said Master Tom VitarcOre will relieve you of allI aches and pains Agents wanted Apply to or address with stamp Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Lord Kitchener will regret t report just the same when Austin tries to glorify him in song Chicago News DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the 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send your address to Dr Kilmer tt CoBlng hamton N YTheregular fifty cent and HOB c ape dollar sizes are sold by all good frtiggWta How Some Men Advertise John Wannamaker pays over atlvertisinghis dayinThey cost per year Press 00000 Ledger 00000 Times 50000 I thoItising has revolutionised tho retail dry goods business in America moreovor it has aided in tho noise paper revolution which the per fecting press and the typosetting machine began What kind of advertising pays Continuous advertising in the best medium obtainable Then conies this hint from a recent address delivered by an oxporienced advertiser in Kansas City It is a curious coincidence that publications dailies weeklies and monthliesthat are so well edited as to command this kind of patron age almost invariably provo to be tho most profitable publications whoa the advertiser has access to their columns It may be stated then as an axiom that the pub u lisher who can create that condi tion is not only independent of the advertiser but that he should be The advertiser should ho lookizm- tfor just such publications instead ofas some do trying to create the impression that they and their advertising are utIlC whole thing and that tho publication ought to be run to suit them It will bo sorry day when it is done Such publications would soon becom- valueloss if time voice of time adver tiser was listened to to any great degree Each line his selfish wishios to gratify and it is here that the community of interest mus make itself felt by the publisher and tho advertiser The advertiser must tat tho publisher alone Time best newspapers and the best advertisers understand this they understand that a communi ty of interests exists and each iin his own way aids time other But a genuine newspaper would n sooner submit its course to by its advertisers than it would ask its advertisers to regulate their business by its views Louisville Post A Real Frien- dI suffered from dyspepsia and indigestion for fifteen years says W T Sturdevant of Merry Oaks N C After I had tried manydoc tors and medicines to no avail on of my friends persuaded me to try Kodol It gave immediate relief I can eat almost anything I want now and my digestion is good I cheerfully recommend K o dol1 Dont try to cure stomach trouble by dieting That only further weakens the system you need wholesome strengthening food Kodol enables you to assimilate what you eat by digesting it with out the stomachs aid Building a Flock of Angoras- It is assumed that whoever goes Aligordn goats so production of mohair rather than meat or skins and so it is to his interest to have a flock that will yield a profit from the beginning The best flock for this purpose is ono composed of thoroughbreds Such a flock will yield good mohair from the first Those who enter upon the business of goat raising how ever must make their operations conform to their capital the same as in any other business They will find that desirable does willI cost from 5 to 12 each and bucks all the way from 25 to 100 each so that a largo herd of this kind although preferable will cost- a small fortune and is beyond consideration by most people who will ongngo in time industry For Sale Ono Fay No8six roll 3 inch lightning flooror with beading at tachment Ono Fay carriage cutting off saw F BUSH S Sox KykThe voting public will never forget or forgive the naval policy that made a Rear Admiral of Crunshell and withheld a promotion from Captain Charles E Clark Wash ington Post IIIf ri Black Hair VigorforI greatlyIthe grayhairI MrsHelen hasbeengray hair for fifty yearso and it never fails to do this workeither You can rely upon it hairfromyour scalp clean and for making your hair grow t1tM a auk All nulilf If youaendexpresiyouof your AddressJ Paroles by Prison Commission The state prison commission iin session at Frankfort as a parole board refused to parole Nugeut of Lexington who is sere ing a 21year sentence for killing Will Mahoney Tho mother sis- tEr I and two brothers of Mahoney appeared before the board and urge dewbn granted the following pardons J W Pace of Leslie county who has served six of a 15year sentence for manslaughter fai murder sent up in 1803 yeaerR for manslaughter sent up in 1804 David Riddle of Perry county 15 years for manslaughter soot up iin 1890 futur years for manslaughter sent up iin 1901 Wm Baker of Henderson 21 years for manslaughter sent up iin 1899 T J Powers of Adair life for murder sent up in 1S91 N Ben Catlett of Union life for murder sent up in 1892 0Nick yeatre for throwing stones at telephone poles cant up in 1901 Spring Fever Spring fever is another name for biliousness It is moro serious than most people think A torpid liver and inactive bowels moon n poison edsystem If neglected sorb illness may follow such symptoms ree move all danger by stimulating the liver opening the bowels and cleansing tho system of impurities hasIe for torpid liver every spring for years RMEverly Mouudsville W Va They do me moro good than anything I have over tried i Enrichment of Land Tho enrichment of land fro the droppings of Angoras is decid edly noticablo wherever they are kept for a year or more This factor is of no small importance where goats have been employed to clear the brush from land with the o ject in view of turning the land into grass pasture Such land especially if hilly and rocky is usually in need of fertilizers of any kind if cropping is to be attempted upon it Tho manure of goatsI and sheep is about equal in value A California firm has beet selling Angora manure for fertilizing fruit trees and lawns for several years Thoy get 0 a ton delivered for it in carload lots Manure is considered as ono of tho resources the best system of modern for ing and it should be taken into account by anyone who iis keeping goats or contemplating doing so Electric Belt on Trial To introduce it andobtain agents the undersigned firm will send a few of their Electric Bolts on trial on tho following terms 100 bo paid in ten days if the Be proves beneficial and the balance 200 to bo paid in sixty days if the Bolt effects a cure These Belts are a positive cure for Rheum tism r Neuralgia Kidney trouble Stomach and Liver trouble Aeth ma etc Address at once GERMAN ELECTRIC AGENCY tf P0DOX1B74NeWY J J f COUNTY + DIRECTORY + a HAZEL GREEN POLICE COURT H F riEUATT Judge J M XICKELL Marshall WIN NICKEU Deputy Marshall BOAUD OF TUSTEES W O MIZE Chairman W H CORn JOHN D DAVIS JOHX M KOBE Jails II HOSE 0 CIRCUIT COURT Third Monday in January Fourth Monday in April and Third Monday in September JudgeAConimonwealthsAttprneyJ C C HANKS Trustee Jury Fund 0COUNTY COURT First Monday in each mouth Jul1geWFRANK STAMPER Sheriff AttorneyJS N HOOKS Assessor SurveyorFRAsK J W TAULUEE County Supt 0MAGISTRATES COURTS 1TIME OF HOLDING AND OFFICIALS SHOCKEYMagistrate holdiDrcourtcourtSECOND RosxJIL inFebruaryTHIRD DISTRICT W B DUFF Mag istrate HENRY C CAJIPUEIL Constable FebruaryMay LEOOMagistrate ConstableoMarchJuneC11AbtaERaMagistrate BASKS Constable Court days Third andNovemberSEVENTH DISTRCTD F BOLIN Magistrate POUTER CLARK Constable MnrchJuneOLIvFnMagistratetime for holding court t Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table In Effect May 18 1902 EAST BOUND tI INo2 No4 STATIONS llailySunday fLreLexington amILIUuncul pm 37 am Clay City3 5H pm 9 13 am Stanton 4 QO pm 9 23 am Nat Bridge 435 pni 9 54 am sumUBeattyve Jc pmjlO 29 am I Jackson I C 15 pm ll 30 am VEST BOUND I No1 No3 STATIONS Daily ex Dully SQnllay- Jack80n G pmrImTorrentpmNatpmStantonpmClaypmLGJnncnpmWinchesterpmLexingtonI MilDcerCT It MORGAN S P A 0 ft K BRANCH Time Table la Effect January 1 1112 EAST BOUND WEST BOUND No21bDaily ex STATIONS Dally uSunday Sunday ar p mlev- 9 45 am Jackson 100 pm 9 40 am O d K Junction 105 pm 8 45 am WilhnnL 155 pm pmi 4ILOUISVrrlLE TIN AND STOVE COMPANY Jobbers and Dealers in SnJapaned and Inwaresce1 LQUXSVlLJ B liT r DILLER + BENNETT WHOLESALE FURNITUREtoThe lbtltWholesaleLoaisamlle fiREHfi r WIIOIS l 8A99X11TCO- tWUW JCADC STREET btYYr r vt J U JIhv Jwei I c 7 i l l i i r I i I i X i THE HEMLD raqaJ A SPENCER COOPER Editor I c e x as trn fdeav f3 Y1eF if r I If u HAZEL GREEN KY I THURSDAY Junn I12 1902 c +AIIIOII ZQE E1ZTr- EE County Conventions at County Seats on July 19th 1902 District Convention at West Liberty Ky July 24th 1902 HOPKINSnUrMnOiofl i I r Illrehyrcratic nomination for congees front the Tenth district subject to action of the democratic party IAV1DAI ant of nounced as a candidate for the demo tble P democratic party SOME time ago it was an nounced that a well would le sunk in this immediate territory to determine if we hadl oiland that by the first of July proximo Jut at this i writing we do not hear any thing more favorable than the fact that the Licking Valley Oil Co has purchased the nee r essary machinery and it will be shipped immediately The importance of getting down a well that will bring a goo j t flow of oil is paramount to another thing that could be con sidered by our people at this time old we do hope thatt those men who have the matter i in charge will hasten the work Vhcn once it is known abroad that we have oceans of oil underlying our lands inl this immediate vicinity as iti is confidently believed by our citizens there will be such nnj1 influxt of capitalists seeking1 investment as to astonish the natives and we hope that1 hour is now close at Laud j Oun account of the closiing exercises of time Hazel Green academy last week was so full1 ofother matter that in the rushwe failed to even men j tion Prof Cord to whom of course iis due the success of the school and the entertain meats as well That he has brought the school to its preieat efficiency there is no question nUll his work is so well known that all we could say would but reiterate establish ed facts Isis work however continues to be as ncCSstmt for time upbuilding of this institution as it Las been in the i past Already he has begun I to lookout for a full attend1 j j ante in September and judging the future by the past it is safe to say he will succeedI beyond time pcradvcnture of doubt BY juggling figures Secretary Root line made a report showil an excess of receipts over expend 11itures in the Philippines of 1e moreII that 8000000 since occupation It is only necessary to say that the total receipts have only been 20914902 while t total expenditures by tho United States on account of the Phili pines have been more than half a billion dollars Tho people have a right to ask to be delivered from that sort of surplus TEDDY is about to givo his chum Lenny another boost up tho armyJ reIIIby tho retirement in July of u jor Generals Wheaton and Brooke f It will bo necessary to jump Woo over the heads of many capable I and deserving officers to do t illbut that has already beenf5fj I several times IS I J z SECKETAKY MOODY was frank J enough in a partisan speech to say of the administration policy in the Philippines 4lVe cannot point to accomplished facts Wo can only hope and strive and lolievoI votorslarocongress this year is that tho ro i publicans cannot point to accomplished facts in tho Philippines SENATOR PATTKIISOX was right in declaring it to be more credit able for a man to change his opiuI ions when convinced they are wrong rs ho and other men of Iprominonco have done in connecj tion with tho Philippines than to hang on to them attar they know they aro wrong as a number of re publicans are known to be doing OH NO tho republicans aro no afraid It was confidence which caused thorn to decide to wait f II the democrats to make tho issue canlpnlgYesn 11 Democrats will simply forco tho issues that have already been made by the republican congress and ad ministration SENATOR CARMACK is right The real question at issue is whether tho charges against Hell roarit lg Jake Smith and other officers iin the Philippines are true or not No amount of republican jugglery either on tho part of the presiii dent or senator can change the iissue adjiul tant general of the army in the Philippines told the senate com mittee that guards were in shooting obstreperous prisoners They might be in his opinion but not in that of the American peo pie KING EDDY is feeling his oats i1IIe has quarreled with his prime minister for refusing to recoin mend a malo favorite for a peer 1age and with the mistress of theI rubes for refusing to invite a fe male favorite to dinner SENATOR HOAR hit the republicans i hard when he said the policy they were defending in time Philippines was supported by all the wicked precedents which can beI found in tho lives of good men THE administration is exploit ing the testimony of a Filipouo 011 its salary list but it has refused to allow those who would spoak without prejudice to be heard IT iis probably more to defendI his administration than to help re publican candidates for congress that Mr Roosevelt intends to make I htump speechesII IIT is a great consolation to seu bible Americans to know that they lI foolIEurope NOTWITHSTANDING his Southern blood Mr Roosevelt has shown that he is not averse to shaking the bloodyshirt putthis ear to the ground now to know that the Hanna machine has taken tho road Saved From An Awful Fate Everybody said I had consumption writes Mrs A M Shields 1ChAuibersLurg PauI was so low after six months of severe andImar- velous merit of Dr Kings New Discovery for consumption used it and was completely cured For dieasges it is the 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 S5 druhog NOTICEP Countyitaxes for the year 1902 aro now due and have been since March 1l 1902 and as I row have my books completedl I tako this means notifying ono and all that I am inote sumoI for an early settlement I am trulyax T F STAMPER Sheriff Wolfe county Ky When you have head ache ore8 neuralgia try Tnphene Sold by S Combs d Sons Campton and F Pieratt Hazel Green tf BLOODSHED II In Breathitt and Redwine in I Killed on the I j LEXINGTON KY 1II Johns an j i returned today from whither ho wont to Cockroll charged lien Hargis several Johns says tho Jackson are in Ion both sides of Hargis factious wino refused to act tion for a change of of fear of his own lives of others now were electedl to cial judge but each for foar of his life thas been appealed matter under says tho county is revolution and peered The IoveruuraI FitANKFoitT KY parties firing tho bar being una judge the governor to appoint two preside in cases in 0t circuit court now One of the cases is tho county offices cited much feeling county and tho case growing out troubles Gov matter under will likely appoint lg out of the district ltThe Above Ii ports JACKSON in Saturdays KY Ii effect that the are terrorized by i solutely false j been in session for a more quiet I term has never or any other county The publications by papers not facts are base citizenship of the regarded by the fabrications of concocted for the casting a stigma on Iof the people and county L Y tus VKNMJCKtt BA ID JtJfmI All Bladder and Urinary Diseases fA tiDe n Sold by H F 1ieratt iAcademy to be 1The old academy be torn down at to the campus of the where it will be ladies dormitory that it will young ladies and give four use beside tho will be large 1 students at one in the rebuilt than 15x15 feet however will be young ladies only dormitory is being when it will be young men Keep It in And when the bowels erly take a dose of SYKDP It acts gently I the kidneys liver and your system in good stake your complexion I Sold by J C Under the I Under tho that was so favorably I on tho last night of week will grace the I Liberty tonight and the same cast of of the performers deserve especial Beulah Thomas Carrie Rose whose good as many they are as natural j stage were their little more attention several others but none aro so easy in three misses fto Cauey tomorrow Happy Time in We felt very N Bovill Old Bucklous Arnaca cured our daughter of scald head It I use it for cuts corns boils ulcers fallible for piles sold by J Taylor Green or S S Campton drug stances f 1 Hi CUBA where it fa hot all the yeir round I Scottfs Emulsion I sells betters than any where else II in tlie world So oont stop taking it in sunnier or you fill lose i what you lave gained I SenAt for n free samnli fatsi I yz l j Sam Wilson the painterpoet i this week engaged in beautifying tho New Morgan House at Vcs Liberty andwhop ho puts the finishing touches upon that well known and over popular hostelry thingIo f beauty and a joy forever or until1I it needs repainting at leant Mr Wilson left for that place on Wednesday and will ho engaged upon tho job in hand for abou- two weeks after which he will b I anyoneIdoes not induce further engage monU at that place IDontThink because you have taken many rcmeille in vain that your case is incurable Heal Sarsaparilla has cured many seemlnclr hope fits canes of scrofula catarrh rheumatism kidney complaint dyspepsia and debility = James Sites Colo of West Libert y was the guest of his uncle Charley Cecil Tuesday night and took hue k to West Liberty Miss HuldahI Montgomery and Sam Wilson tl former to preside over culinary af fairs and the latter to paint the hotel This OfferIs For 30 Days Onlyf AsIwo are bound to raise tiI0 S S t 11I 1y1iduring that time take subscriptions to THK IIKICALD and tho Courier 15OldI advantage of this offer by pnyil- Iiup all arrearages and one year i advance but the time will not extended beyond June S This is a losing game with us but if UK or more will take advantage of tho fact that this sum will con in a lump will compen sate us Toll your neighbors andI friends about its Registers at Day IIou41J1 L Hunter and E Franklin Louis villa Jim Wilson NVola M1 ol- son 1 and Lulus Sherman Campton J S Wheeler Coney J D Lan toii Jackson and S F Seal London Ky fLOST Somowhero between J T Days mill and Taylor Johnsons residence a purse containing 700 in casha5 bill and a 2 bill and some change Finder will bo libi orally rewarded by returning to Garrett Combs Johnson Sneriffs Sale for Taxesel Uj virtue oi taxes due the Slieriffof Wolfe county for ears 18jylSWl I will on MON oIayI4 doorIin Campion Ky expose to public sale for cash in hand the following re all estate or so much thereof as may he neces sary to satisfy the taxes and costs topic District No GA tract of 125 acres listed in the name of Martin L 1rivett adjoint ing lauds of Hiram Swango for 11HI1 Tax and costs S51 Dist No 3Trad of 100 acres limed inII name oi John H Campbell for 1901 Tax- 514I Tract of 50 acres listed in name of G U Salley adjoining lands of G K Buchanan for IS99 1900 and 1901 Tax- and cost 767 A T COMBS S W C 2 NEW YORK VOULI IT1arleaVek Edltlui KeadjNewspaper o I IN o TIME haa demonstrated that the a Week WorMstand8 alone in its class Other papers have imitated its form but none iU success This is because it tells all the news all the ti and tells it impartially whether meat news be political or otherwise It iin in fact almost a daily at the price of a weekly and you cannot afford to be without it Republican and Democrat alike can read the Thriceaweek World with ab solute confidence in its truth In addition to news it publishes first class serial stories and other featuresI suited to the home and fireside The Thricea Week Worlds regular subscription price is only 100 per year and this pays for 156 papers I I 50IitlI TWO HUNDRED AND EIGHT PAPERS for only 1100 less than three quarters of a cent apiee Constipation I I Does your head ache Pain back of your eyes Bad taste in your mouth Its your liver Ayers Pills an liver pills They cure consti patron headache dyspepsia 23c All druggtm- bwantyonrmonatuheorbratdal eantllalbrown or rich btaeky Thnt ua IMINMAMSDYEM e ters- a0 en aDq01TNR P MM aw arItH IIjj 1 1 I The Volcanoes Deadly Work Pram the Fall of PompeiiI to the Destruc IItJon of St Pierre Prof Charles Morris LL U Most in IIJr interesting hook ever published Complete thrilling and arrnrntc account ofj greatest disaster that star liefell the human race greater even than Pompeii i Tells hoir Mnrtini iie one of the most beautiful tmlliVi M- IIals profusely illustrated with hoti gnijihs taken before and after disaster it Practically only Martinique Hook II in tie I field for everyone now insists on having I 111li tiicall accurate Prire111i SNfI S W A S T K 1U Enormous profits for thot Ollticents 1 minute Send for outfit IMMKUIATKLY and hlit work I manetCLARK j 222 S 4th St Philadelphia Pa VV F BAKER crtstsnxfGUGGENHEIMER COlncl Leading Dry Goods Notions Jobbers LYNCIIBURG VAit1Headquarters Mt Sterling Ky immediatet SlIIj 31and Mens Furnishings and request the trade to inspect my line before placing their orders 45ly W T CASKEY1I- AKL I illKKN KY Dealer in General Merchandised I and Country Produce jTTAS NOW ON HAND A LARGE and well selected tock of Dry Goods Notions GENTS FURNISHING GOODS LADIES AND 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population voting power and government of the State of Ohio The Problem is a r generalState4 1902 12000 will be presented to one making the nearest correct estimate 12000 additional if an exact correct estimate is made making a total of 24000 for a correct estimate t An additional sum of 10000 will be given by the Daily Enquirer for an exact correct estimate if received on or before July 31 1902 provided such estimate is made by a monthly subscriber to the Daily Enquirer at time of making suchestimate There are 4187 cash prizes in all several of which equal a lifetime competence 100 for a years subscription to the Weekly Enquirer entitles sub scriber to one estimate 150 for a monthly subscription to Daily Enquirer entitles subscriber to one estimate S 50 cents without any subscription privilege entitles subscribers to additionalestimates at rate of SOl for each estimate Do not make any estimate until you thoroughly understand this ProfitSharing Plant the Cincinnati Enquirer All estimates must be made on blanks prepared for the purpose and in conformity with rules and providedSend to ENQUIRER PROFITSHARING BUREAU Box 716 Cincinnati O t j Tdfi i J K IFy iiI n lJc P ti y 1 Scrofula I eceerittrelr frl from I- tmy develop so slowly as to rnisc t disturbance during the holiU anT I tIchlldhot wiof J tbl1 product Irrrenlarlty or the n nT UlL Iwd tIItISIII rotnrrll EtQuwrka trnkrey t +vnpramptl- onorenairrinIt In 11111 cutiuwous w e tndplur- I rfCption I bct to tt Slrt thi I are qutte n h ai its v aiupktr cradlespee Imtn ton r1Don 001can Hoods SGrSaparlla ne best of nIl lI1eddc for IlllluillurlI r a r l 7r L T H Montfinl representing the J E M milling company of Frankfort tvas in town Wednes day We note with pleasure that quite ofa our farmers are sowing cow pea And as thorn is yet time wo advise every one who can possibly do = o to plant a few for seed at least The trusts of our town on r Tuesdaynight stet and took steps toward opening the street that in tersects Broadway find runs between John Roses shop and Dr Centers residence But wo did J not learn particulars P1oHlotn joquwnioa not pin iiiiitMtonJ- poofaluotputaslttaflu aql iq lpuotsat tauJ O 1 J1UH t Mrs Rachel Russell nee Gra ham has tho thanks of the editor and his hotter seveneighths for a lump of fresh choice butter the product of her own dairy which was as sweet and nice as any ever a JerseyaRead the now advertisement of LGStrnuswhichnppears in our issue of today and when you go to Lexington rive them a call Xii pairJl of sox or a suit you wish to buy i j will be welcome nod tellelll howdy for lncle Spence j iWhen you havj head ache or neuralgia try Tripheue Sold hyIi I SS Combs oil Campton and H F Pieratt Hazel Green tf s Mrs Judge G B Swango who j has been visiting relatives and t friends here for a few weeks past left for home Wednesday going byway of Ezel1 She was accom panied by her colored ward and i factotum J hii who like the Judge and his wif would rather live in Hazel Green than anywhere on the globe But hare ruled contrary circunlstaucesII Win II Cord minister of the Christian church this place II preached his ntII j sermon as pastor of the church on i last Sunday morning Tho resigl nation is final The increased I work at the acaJumy and other i 88mntters made this step necessary I It is hoped the congregation will fhnre a regular minister by Septem f ber 1st A telephone message received here on Monday morning stated that Miss Eliza Oakley daughter of Frank Oakley of Wellington Menefee county died at 7 oclock that morning Rev II D Adams I was summoned by same message to preach her funeral and at once left for that purpose She was aged about 2a years and was a vic tim ofconsumption t Who among our enterprising jIt farmers will be the first to intr- oignce the Angora goat This is almatter of so much moment to f mountain people that wo can not purchaseii these valuable animals Surely we have published enough to con vince tho most skeptical that they are just what we need to clear our J brush lands of sussafras persim F mon etc Exjudgo Center as committee contractJfor painting the iron bridge across cRed river which he did to Sam Wiloon who subsequently turned its over to Green Taulbec Mr1 QkTaulbee employed Boone Center t togethersISaturdayIthe painting of the bridge over i SUllwater but we failed to learnr vho the party is Ho paid 10 for tho latter and S for the former j Send35c f oWilsonstestedforsuccossfulWILSONt j I et Students Cottage Fund All tho friends of this move ment will be glad to know that the fund now amounts to more than 300 The dollar donors are now too numerous to mention them theIplaced upon1 the roll of honor AssemlyBallhope to be able to let tho contract hyJulyI placed upon the most beautiful knoll on the campus All who have helped in this effort will be i i more than rejoiced when the build jug is completed Aro there not ninny other students and friends who will be among tho onedo liar donors to the fund I Lot all who will help in this do HO before JulyI 1st WM II Conn Juno 10 1902 Treasurer CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Sears the- Slgnnttuo fof Ct Roy Ireland Neal nephew ofj Mrs Win II Cord who has been attending school at Kentucky diversity returned to this place Monday Ho will remain hero till his mother who is principal ofI the government school at Pawnee I Oklahoma Territorycomes to Ken willihitj to the junior class of MXW and will tako his A B degree June 104 By having taken the course in Hazel Green academy he will be enabled to complete the classical course in the University in three years This should be an incentive to other students in Hazel Green academy iii i i Filthy Temples in India Sacred cows often defile Indian temples but worse yet is a body thats polluted by constipation Dont permit Cleanse your system with Dr Kings New Life Pills and avoid untold misery They give lively livers activo bowels good digestion line appetite Only 5c Guaranteed and tor sale by J T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs it Sons Campton COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0f tTo insure insertion AiLcorresV byMonday J that nearby on Monday morning X Our correspondents arc derelict in duty ami we want to say that henceforth they will nut receive pal crs except for the week they have news letters We are dependent upon them for the news and when they fail to send in their favors they put us to great inconvenience j SUNNY SIDE i Hoary Cecil n prominent young farmer of Lacy crook gays us a special business calla few days ngoIMiss Citywore out this way Saturday on busi nessMrs F X Day of your town CaImnrgothis way Friday outI Alex Cundiir of War creek I Breathitt county took in the com mencement last week fled was the guest of II E Oney Mrs Ponder Spencer andsistor 5nlasv of Monefee county took in the commencement and wore tho guests of Uncle Rastus Brooks MissesI Minnie and Pearl Brooks two charming young ladies from Olive Hill aro visiting their uncle Rastus Brooks and wife this week Cincinnatik en route to L L Crafts of your town Our young folks should call on her and help her to have a good time while here Miss Carrie Swango of Chambers station who has been visiting friends and relatives in and around Hazel Green for the past SundayIIIisses Ella and Viola Center two interesting childern of Dr Centers of your town spent from Sunday till Monday We were do lighted to have tho littlo girls with us Come again girls you will al ways filidawelcoiiio On last Saturday evening we left our JSuunysido homo en route to WG Crueys On arriving we foufnd quite a crowd had assembledl preparatory to go a mulberry andl y havingfoundvases that wo desired we returned to tho house and feasted on roast mutton and many other good things too numerous to mention for sup per The boys harnessed the horses to time wagon and wo had a pleas ant drive to the homo of A F Johnson where a number of old gathI socinlnnd after two or three hours of enjoyment and merrymaking wo again enjoyed a pleasant drive back to Mr Cruoys there to remain over night next morn ing wo awoke to find that tho rain drops wore playing against tho window panes So wo just turned over anti took anothor snooze which ended not until the rain had teas ed the heavens had cleared up andold sol was high in the heav ens on his throne Wo then arose and after refreshment returned to our dear old homo much fatigued where since we have been enjoying tho gentle breezes and sweet odor of the June roses Juno 10 SUSIK SUNBEAM STILLWATER SPARKLES thisIsection campItonI townIwas in our midst last week I George Haulsoy of Campton was on Stillwator Saturday W B Rose went to Morgan county on business Monday I B D Rose is having a large barn built on his lower farm IJ1mos Ely of Gillmore attended tho meeting at Landdaw Sunday Rev Garison and others preach ed at the Murphy schoolhouse SlllldajiCharlio Rose colored preached at the Baptist grove Sunday ofj last week There is so much mud and water j in the road that it is a bad time to buggy ride There are several wagons hauli ing lumber from Pryors mill to the 0 fe K rail road Nathan Hollon of Lane was among us Saturday collecting wool to send to tho mills Your writer attended Sunday school at Landsaw Sunday and enjoyed tho evening tiuoiWe are glad io have Elisha Rose jback with us if ho did not get first honors tho Stillwater boys are dangerous competitors in an oratorical contostIJuno 10 PIIESTO NEOLA NOTES Wo had a promising rain yesterday IMrs Lawson is still confined to her bed with consumption IDavo Jackson and wife have been visiting at this place the past week Yo scribe paid Miss Darcus Montgomery a pleasant visit Sun day Abner Salyer of Salyervillo was among tho callors of this place SundayMrs Clay Lacys new line of wall paper came in on the 0 K this week Nathan Gibbs paid his girl a short call Sunday evening near Uelechawa Abnor Dykes has moved his steam mill from Nooks to tho farm of Harrison Wilson Wardio Davis passed through hero Sunday evening en route to his homo near Adol James Anderson was seen at this place Sunday looking around for a sweetheart near Nooks Miss Bertha Amyx attended the commencement at Hazel Green and reports a nice time Jeunie Nickell laughter of Andy Nickell is very low with lover and a broken arm There will be a footwashing at tho State Road fork schoolhouse the fourth Sunday in this month Clay Wilson and wife accom pooled by America Nickell of Ne ola visited her father Holly Wil son of Grassy crook from Satan day till Sunday evening There wore quite a crowd with us Saturday night and so they concluded to rob a beo gum and have a jolly time Among them fimilylJulio 10 DUAM I11YrI CfrMI1O4 COUjJEjt i BEN SEWELL EDITOR VOLUME I NUMBER 4 I EDITORIAL EFFUSIONS IThe KPIitselfIable sea of astounding unravable mysteries that should not heavily thoIago for solution Tho present can but draw meagre and pitiable in spiration from the mystery cloud ed past So it is but tho weak timid senseless and idiotic that are moved to spasms when they have presented to their minds eye a ghostly scene long ago enacted that has no possible bearing with reference to tho present and future time Now the path of tho past may be flowered with exam ples worthy of emulation to an extent but it is a hard fact that it is mostly gored and goaded with blood crime ignorance supersti tion and fanaticism It is utterly miserable and calamitous that so much valuable time on the part of the people is spent in an endeavor to unravel and untangle tho mys tic web of mysteries woven in the past ages Certainly it would bo far more sensible to utilize this wasted time in devising ways means plans and measures to up build and improve the present ago that so deeply and vitally concerns all And if this were done tho world would be immeasurably brighter better and happier Today the people are being hoodwinked and humbuged into the belief that it is their Christian duty to idolize worship and rever ence with a hearty zealous spirited i and deathless loyalty the bloody ghostly past with all of its superstition and fanaticism TheI orators of tho pulpit are largely responsible for this clearly false doctrine being established immov able itt the hearts of the peoplo Behold one of the gentlemen as I picture him in all of his flooded glory pomp and pride Ho is one of honor sobriety and someto spare piety He stands pom pously and proudly in tho sacred pulpit of the more sacred tomple dedicated to the Omnipotent Most High He appeals he exhorts his hearers to mice from the wrath to co me but not overdeoply do his words burn very softly and inef fectively they fall on the hearts of the wily sinners Who be to blame for the miserable failure of the orthodox UmiquesD tionably the overcertainofright orthodox preacher too supremely wraped up in the supposed sacred ness of the ancient pages Ho rants on the mystic ghostly phantoms of the distant past he dwells fran tically on the saintly spirits of the mysterious dead of the gladly for gotten ancient dark ages he com mends tho lives and examples of tho long ago princely dead The result is no one is moved to tears no one filled with a lively and soulful inspiration to press on ward and upward toward the mark of the high calling in life no one inclined to a firm and inflexible purpose to crown the brow of life with wreaths of imperishable hon or and glory in the ultimately tri umphal battlemarch of country and of God Wo grow and expand in intellec tual greatness just in proportion as we unchain ourselves from the idolatrous and superstitious god of tho mythical past and instead fasten our lives onto the enthron ed god of human reason huma- intelligence and human liberty of the glorious living present age Tho past is fastly dropping out of1 prominence as a builder of human progress in tho development of the human soul But there is still too much of superstitious sacredness in the hearts of the people Wet were born as a result of mother nature and by tho goodly offices of mother nature we Jive end dio It is a physical impossibility to overgrow ovorstrip and overleap tho bounds for improvement bless ings and goodness afforded by the unrepealable laws of nature Andl those laws are not in conflict with tho Divino laws This age can only bo enlightened and made bet tor by a nobility of the heart and a development of human I brains The supreme need of theI present time is a comprehensive I gospel of intelligence a gospel1I embracing in its scope freedom o r speech and liberty of conscience as full liberal broad and stimu lating as the air wo breathe But today thero is moro goodness j more liberty more brains more I intolligonco and Christianity bet womanIhoodtoni things to commend themselvesto tho considoration and adoration of the people than there was in tho days of golden images shrines of idolatry witchcraft slavery licentiousness superstition brutal intolerance and numberless gods of ancient times So there is and so thero is LOCAL LACONICSI I IIDennII Mrs Pearlio Wireman wifo of Taylor Wireman is on the sick listIRev Powell Rose conducted ser vices hero at the Baptist church SundayZ Hurst of Boxer Breathitt county was in town last week onII businessDr D Cox of Fincastlu was hero last week on professional businessMarion Vaughn of Lexington is visiting relatives and friends in and around Campton Last week W L Byrd bought twoyearold mulo of A T CombsaII Price 70 in I 0 U 2 J T Bailey is now trying his 1 luck in tho poultry business He I has all sort of nerve and may a plunger yet makeI G W Halsey and wifo wifo of County Clerk Tutt visited relatives and friends on Stillwater on Saturday and Sunday last Deputy Sheriff Floyd Arnett ar rested J B Elam and William I Nestor and lodged them in jail here Sunday They are charged with the offense of housebreak ingIsaac W Combs and Benj Sew ell wont to tho Kentucky river last week on a fishing expedition The fish was timid and backward about biting and their trip was almost fruitlessDied on Monday night of this weok Aunt Melvina Gibbs wifo of Uncle Mason Gibbs of Holly this county She had been sick some while Uncle Mason Gibbs is one of the oldest settlors of Holly is a good citizen and has the sym pathy ofa host of friends in his irreparable loss Kelly Fulks whoso voracity is unquestioned reports that Alex Drake a few days ago had a calf to jump over a cliff CO feet high j that the calf is still alive and do ing fine Ho assorts this as a fact and if it is it excels any thing the Campton Faking Club can getI out TilE HAZEL GREEN HERALD now has a Campton department edited by Postmaster Ben Sowell It is a very attractive feature of TilE HERALD Bon is a fluent writer and one of tho brightest young men ip tho mountains and the readers of the paper made famous by Max ORoll can count on spicy things every week in its Campton department MtStorlingGazotte 1 For CoBHtlpatlo Take Lyons Laxative Syrup If you dnnt Hkt U better than any Laxative you Lave ever lined your druggist will refund the money Trice 2Sc Sold by J C Stamper Grassy Creek Howardncontractors on tho academy is here pushing tho work on that build ing and ore another paper is is sued from this office it is probable that tho building will be under a now tin roof IVirulet Cancer Cured Startling proof of a wonderful advance in medicine is given by druggist G W Roberts of Eliza beth W Va An old man there had long suffered with what good doctors pronounced incurable can cer They believed his case hope less till ho used Electric Bitters and applied Bucklons Arnica Salvo which treatment completely cured him When Electric Bitters aro used to expel bilious kidney nand microbe poisons at tho same this salve exerts its matchless healing power blood diseases skin eruptions clcors and sores vanish TaylorrDay Sons Campton drug stores Guarantee satisfaction tnmrrliiflleB 4 Gi11TClearing SoleiGlothiqg 4 WE ARE BADLY OVERSTOCKED WE NEED MONEY WE NEED IT BADLY CLOTHING RoaM1ess j R off Maliutacturersr ttostat II QualityGOOD 1 GOODCLOTHING Mens AllWool Suits 499 Mens All Wool Best Flannels JMQQ t I Mens All Wool Best Cassimere QcnnSuits VPUUU This is about the cost of the trimmings SUITSI mK IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS WREAD THIS2 1 BOYS SUITS BOYS SUITS BOYS SUITS GOOD ALLWOOL ThreePiece Suits fr Three to Eight Years at J 1 49 Suits 40 Cents up to 700 We can show you a better assortment than togetherWe who sell i the celebrated Alfred Benjamin Co Clothing Louis Cus Straus T PLEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON RY4 WHEN BUYING WHISKEY i3 F M1i0Nd USE OR TO BE USED ts It EVEFfQE rtfflt You want good pure whiskey and at times all nee1lvllishcyreither to ward oil colds and pneumonia or to build up the system when from overwork or worry the vitality is below J par We have good pure whiskey well distilled from choice grain well aged and matured with special care for 200 225250 PER GALLON y 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 etcpcd glass u 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 HAGrAN DISTILLING CO Lexington Ky CLARK 5 HOWARD i CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS i 206208 E Main LEXINGTON KY Honest material master mechanics r and consciencious calculations are their stock in trade Hence it is that satisfaction is guaranteed t tt Our targest OllstoQers I Talk for us They are so well satisfied themselves that they tell others about the merits of Lexington Beer All who use it agree that it is the best beer they ever drank So will you iiff you give it a trial Xo beer receives better care in the brewingand the bottling rih LEXINGTON BREWING COMPANY E h J W- Live R CRAWFORD CO Stock Commission MerchantsrFOR THE SALE OF Cattle Hogs Sheep Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI 0r H ALSO Central Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY We have an Eastern outlet for all desirable tock at highest prices Consignments solicited All correspondence cheerfully answered sWy sj s A Generation Ago t boughtinr way is the F fwayways correct in weight clean fresh uniform and retaining its rich flavor i LANE LILIES ti sicktii M F Horton is at Campton this week on business W II Pelfrey of White Oak was SundaRJ A Sewoll made a business trip to Jackson Monday Q Mrs J n Torrill of Lee City is visiting relatives here r Taylor P Sewell paid his best girl on Frozen a very pleasant cull SundayThe editor of the Campton Courier was hero last Saturday on businessft Old Grandma Hollon is very ill at the home of her daughter Mrs Jas A Sewell Miss Carolyn Sewell is suffering with a severe attack of cynauclip parotidiua Mr and Mrs Hardin B Hurst visited relatives on Frozen Satur nI day and Sunday Mr and Mrs J T Graham of Lee City are visiting the formers parents near hero There was quite a large crowd out to hear Bro Taylor at the Bailey Field Sunday Taylor Sewell has sold his fine buggy horse Teddy to G W King for the consideration o 6500 James Hollon of Jackson passed k though here Friday on his way to Camp ton to visit his father J B 1 Hollon Judge Congleton and J R Elk ins went to Frozen last Wednesday to look after their interests in the coal mines Mr and Mrs J B Flyuchum of Frozen creek visited the latter e parents Mr and Mrs Terrill at this place Saturday and Sunday Capt W L Hurst and sou Han ibal passed through Lane Wednes day on their way home from Fro zen Hanibal did you stop at the store r G W King and J L Sewell I two ladiesJ men of this place wentouta courtingSunday nightt and sad to say bad luck happene- to them on their return home The girls they went to see had hooping s coughand as they came back I seemingly lost in the pleasures of love thay fell into the creek and are now seriously ill We are indeed sorry for the boys June 4 MIKE Leads Them All One Minute Cough Cure beats foIrI I coughs colds croup and throat and lung troubles JJ says D Scott Currin of Logantou Pa One Min ute Cough Cure is the only abso lutely safe cough remedy which I acts immndiately Mothers every where testify to the good it hn done their little ones Croup iis so sudden in its attacks that the doctor often arrives too late I CoughCurelike it Sure cure for grip bron chitis coughs Died of Heart Failure Mrs Mat Callahan of Caney was found dead in bed last Wed nesday morning Her arose early in the morning and ar after doing some little chores about the house preparatory to I reI peatedly and having no response went to the bed to arouse c kiher whereupon he found that she was dead It is supposed that she died of heart failure She ha i8 brother to die with this disease West Liberty Hearld Ready to Yield f I used DeWitts Witch Hazel1 Salvo for piles and found it a cer tain cure says S R Meredith Willow Grove Del Operations unnecessary a to cure piles They al ways yield to DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve j cures skin diseases all1 kinds of wounds Accept no couiA terfeitsTIISHERALDandMonthlyr iII- tA d one dollar a year in advance About People You KnowNFrom the Jackson Hustler DEATH OF OAIT IIUKD Capt Robert CHord died at his home in Jackson on Wednesday June 4 1902 at 11 oclock p m after an illness of several weeks with jaundice aged 00 years His wife and three sisters survive him I the latter living in Jefferson count Ky whence he came in 1879 The funeral was held in the Pros byterian church yesterday after noon services conducted by Rev R L Baker thence his burial in the Sewoll cemetery BIn MMnKK PLANT SOLD The MaganuFawke Lumber jf Companys plantloonted at Irvine was sold under a judgment of thej j I Estill county court last Friday jithe purchaser beiug the Bank t I Montreal Canada The price wI s 65000 The property included a splendid band sawmill which Ia a capacity of 50000 feet booms and yards and about GOOOO poplar and oak trees in Breathitt and Perry counties On Boone Fork of Frozen horse stealing has a start three valuable animals having been stolen the past week from different parties and attempts to steal others were made but the thieves failed The thieves were traced to Middle Fork Crampfton one of the oldest and most prominent attorneys in Eastern Kentucky is attending court hero 1100 Reward J100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least ono dreaded disease that sci sacs has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Curo is the only pos itivo cure known to tho medicsl fraternity Catarrh being a cou stitutional disease requires a con stitutional treatment Halls Ca tarrh Cure taken internally actin directly upon the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system there by destroying the foundation of the disease and giving tho patient strength by building up the con stitution and assisting nature iin proprietorte s fodany cure for list of testimonials Address F J CnEiEY t Co- Toledo 0 Sold by druggists 75a Halls Family Pills are the best THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD 1101 has a Campton department edited by Postmaster Ben Sewell It ii- a is very attractive feature of THE HERALD Ben is a fluent writer and one of the brightest young men in the mountains and the readers of the paper made famous by Max ORell can count on spicy things every week in its Cauipton department MtSterlingGazette TO TIIK DEAF ansd by Nicholson Artificial Ear Drums gave 10000 to bin Institute so that deaf people unable to procure the Ear Drums may have them Nicholashk n 4ly Fatherly Advice The SuitorIwish to marr your eldest daughter sir Her FatherOh you do eh supperdt familyThe I think so sir Her FatherWell you had bet ter be Sato of it There are 10 of us all toldChicago NewsIYou cannot buy standard pianos organs buggies sewing machines clocks watches and jewelry asI cda of me Come and see samples and you will bo convinced You do not have to risk your money with mail order houses 1U J T GEt EDON Senator Hanna is rapidly reach ing the point where he can giggle a 4aajviJAint he awful 7 when anybody mete ions his presidential boomDetroit Free Press For 28c in stamps you can get a free trial of Wilsons Tobacco Cure HB cured thousands CORP WILSON f JOy Calvort Texas SAM WttSOHTHE UGLY MAN nv HEX SEWELI After reading Campion vs lintel Green Sam Wilson began to get mean wiltTogoose quill He paints n bit so I am told Tho he is feeble ugly anil old He manages well n poem to write To put our widows in false light Ileuiembered when he was the beau To one of our stars he was stuck on so Hut lorsetting In his spurious rhyme Says H G widows arc not the courting kind The reason why simply trace II G men lack the manly grace To venture np in tony style That weans hnniness to n trial- ow there is Wilson the painter poet To Campion once he did gut it Upon landing in our town At once was charmed around To the Combs Hotel of pure delight night Where theres codlins to eat from morn till He next visited the lawyers wise and thick Got struck on a woman and was sick The doctors rushed in rapidly To attend to his malady At first they pronounced him dead t And tenderly laid hum on bed hBeing restored to consciousness lHe bursted forth in eloquence In a speech Cauipton did praise That did our hearts sweetly amaze 0 Den Sewell the true dreamer Is my earthly redeemer That wrote facts of his town Im now ready to yield the crown Theres Combs of the hotel Whos fed me 0 so well That I am about to die And that dear woman is not nigh Theres your doctors so well posted That my sides are all roasted With mustard plasters and all that Upon my word I am too fat There your lawyers BO awful thick That cleared me of the meanest trick houraPraises on Campion will I shower Overlooked Fortune in Necklace- MrsKingdonmothorof Mrs Geo J Gould was robbed of jewelry valued at 10000 by thieves who entered her apartments in the WaldorfAs torn of New York The circumstances surrounding the robbery are of so peculiar a nature as to puzzle the police who are un able to explain to their own satis faction how it happened that the thieves overlooked diamond neck lace worth many times tho value of the articles stolen This is con sidered tho more remarkable be cause of tho fact that tho neck taco was in plain sight on a dress ing table while the jewelry which was taken was under lock and keyChief of Detectives Titus has de tailed his most expert detectives on the case Description of the ltalon jewelry has been soot to the police of every city in the country and a large reward has been offer ed for its return No clews that beegn obtained Proper Age for Breeding Angoras Goats of both sexes will some times breed when they are five months old and often at six months but from the fact that nlontdh or two from weaning time and are not nearly full grown it is obvi ous that they should not be per mitted to breed They reach maturity when about 16 or 18 1old and they ought not to breedI before this time If bred earlier the kids will not be so strong o so well developed They ore iin their prime when from two to six years old but with proper feedin in winter they have been known to breed regularly until 15 years old The average life of goats however is about 12 years There should be no tendency to keep does until they are very old unless they bring kids of exceptional merit for it must be remembered that their mohair gets coarser and con sequently less valuable as they grow older Why didnt Uncle Mark Hanna think to give his advice Keep on beforeywe got into the Philippine mess St Louis PostDispatch I KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat This preparation contains all of the dlgestants and digests all kinds o food It gives instant relief and neve fails to cure Itallows you to cat all the food you want Tho most sensitive stomachs can take it By its use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else failed Is unequalled for the stomach Child zen with weak stomachs thrive on it Cures aH stomach trwMMPrepared only by K aDxWirr Co Chicago Xbe tl bottlecontains ZM Llmesthe50c else JJSgllewoWoJJ Manufacturers and Jobbers of MENS BOYS pi Tlimfdo CHILDRENSULU I HI HI607 W MAIN LOUISVILLE STREET KY I1 Fprsvs H P PIERATT H C QUICKSALL H F PIERATT iyCOt DEALERS IN G n rul Merchandise Live Stock and Country Produce v K IF YOU WANT CHEAP GOODS COME fy F WITH THE CASH as tliat is the only safe and reliable way to do business PLEASE DO NOT ASK FOR CREDIT Very respectfully H F PIERATT COI JAll parties now indebted to nio tJI i fJ should call and settle or there will i- tJ bo A HOT TIME IN THE OLD f- I TOWN TODAY as I am deterf fA mined to wind up all my outstand yj 77 uu npI X y ing business Thanking you for j n K J a fa 1 1 UV ftpast patronage and moro aspect Vlr j Sy i Cxi vB ally if you will pay me for my 5C- K1 goods you have consumed j- f I remain respectfully fJ JI H F PIERATT f CECIL BROS j toplei 4 Fancy Grocers goodsArrLLEJELLIES all kind Il glasses 25c pounllSeGARCADOVA COFFEE beat in town me BO packageSWEET for 2fic- IIKRAUT 3 pound can lOc CORN lOc per can PEAS 2 cans rtc firstell1SpriagHUOHESI t A e anil1MLATA1ILK theBetterup TilE OLD HELIAULK BXOBUUBHY GENEBAL TONI 2 As well as a Sure Cure for Chills and Fevers Swamp Kevcru and Bilious Fevers JusI what vou need at this season IT NKVKK FAuSt Mild Laxative Nervous Sedative Splendid Tonic Ouarnnteed Try It Dont take any milistitutr At DniFgitNasnnd srl Ituttlen lUtaAUKUUV Forty vearssuceessiatheSoulhiROBINSONPETTET I CO IrovesHuhesTunie a treat rentI1ISCORlOUATJHetly forCbills all malarial fevers LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY OZEL GBEEB llOllE1o- o Y SCHOOLCheapestSchool in Eastern 00 KentuckyTho present term began September 8 with tho largest enrollment in tho history of the school The Second Session begins JANUARY I 1902 A thorough practical school for young men and women with Ten Courses of Study under Academic DepartapirEvery a Tuition 811iOO for 18 Weeks liunnl S20O per Week For partlcularx write PrlnclpalrWITHg 1 rffliI aaleoooodoooboooo ClIOBEI JNATURES DOCTOR FORMAN IKND IT CURESr Rheumatism DiptheriaLa Brights Disease Blood Poisoning Kidney Liver andi TroublesrFemale Complaint Catarrh and General Debility y IT CURESWHEN ALL ELSE FAILS I ROAD THE TESTIMONY OF TWO WELL KNOWN CITIZEIS OF WOLFE Mr Cooper literal Green Ky j I purchased some of the Vitn Ore of you in the latter part of March and after taking about a half pint of the- n5 VitaiOre 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 1 had been trying all the patent medicine and nostrums I could hear of to build myself up but nothing did me any good until I used Vitas Ore which my wife brought me from your house After using it a week I went out and did three days as hard work as I have done in 25 year and I was not more fatigued the I was 25 years ago over the same work It is the grandest medicine in the worM and I want everybody in the mountain to know what it did for me so they may try it Hoping every one who lies thatt tired feeling incident to old age will buy VitsBOra of you and give it a fair trial I remain thankfully yours for putting me on to this remedy JAMES LADY 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 iin it because we had tried so many things that did no good I have also wed Vitro Ore and am stronger and iin better health than for years which I attribute to its use MRS SOUTHEY LACY Lacy Creek Ky June I IflOl 1J6rYitreOre is 1 a package which makes 1 quart of Elfxer Dose One teaspoonful in glass of water Mailed tto any addon receipt of price Address SPENCER COOPER HAZEL GREEN KY J TAYLOR DAYI I CARRIES IX STOCK A FULL LINE OF Ladies Dress Goodsf1Gents Furnishings l3 d Ladies and Gents Shoes Ig g Standard Groceries p J = Lamps and Jueensware a1 32ds Cutlery and Hardware L 1 t9 Boots Shoes Hats Caps ot j In facteyerything usually Y M found In firstclass store TtJJAY MILLINERY I v CARRIES A COMPLETE LINE OFrMILLINERY and NOTIONS 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