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and is graphically described by Maurice Mauris Oliver Fontaine lieutenant in a light infantry regiment stationed there belonged to an old Toulouse family His mother to whom he was devoted had educated him in the most orthodox fashion He fulfilled his religious duties in the regiment as regularly as though he had been tied to her apron string The Bishop of Nantes who in his youth had been a cavalry officer used to say that Lieutenant Fontaine would have made a bet ter bishop than himself Ho was idolized by all his fellowofficers except one Lieutenant Trouille fou who owed his commission to the revolution of 1848 Trouille fou was a perfect type of vulgarity and ignorance and a declared enemy of all that was noble delicate and refined He continually boast ed of a slight wound received in a fight at tho barricades In his eyes there was no glory beyond that gained in revolutionary wars Like most ignorant men Trouille fou wanted to pass as a learned man His historical blunders were without parallel One daywhile the glories of tho French army be fore the revolution of 1879 were being discussed by a group of offi cers seated at a table of a cafe the name of Marshal Saxe was men tionedWhat do you talkabout It interrupted Trouillefou Marshal Saxe was not before the revolu tion The officers looked at each other in astonishment Dont you know that he was killed at Ma rengo True Fontaine replied but at Marongo the name of De Saxe was pronounced Desaix From that day Trouillefous ha tred for Fontaine increased He never missed an occasion to insult the religious feelings of his com rade He called him a canting priest a nun and similar names Fontaine for a time bore good naturedly these idiosyncrasies but at last requested Trouillefou to stop them Trouillefou complied with the request and Fontaine forgetful of his unpleasant remarks treated him with cordiality Two months later several officers were gathered around a table in the same cafe One recently returned From a trip to Switzerland was speaking of Thorwaldsens monument to tho martyrs of the Swiss revolution of 1772 The poor Swiss It exclaimed one of the party Really they have always had bad luck Even in our revolutions they generally received our first blows It is true added Fontaine lilt was also against them in 1058 the Parisions under the Due de Guise constructed their first bar ricadesLieutenant Fontaine had hardly uttered the word barricades when Trouillefou was smoking at the next table and apparently perusing a newspaper arose from his seat and struck the speaker in the face There was great excitement Trouillefou was asked why he had struck his comrade With flushed face bloodshot eyes and foaming lips he said He has spoken disrespectfully of barri cades for the purpose of again insulting me No one shall insult me without a blow Fontaine was as white as a sheet I He trembled Two large tears stole down his cheeks He kept his eyes on Trouillefou at his nonsensical remark he wiped them away covered his head with his miltary cap hurled at Trouillefou the words You are an ass and I coward and left the coffee house Comrades offered to accompany F him but he declined their offer He walked straight to the chapel of tho Virgin fell upon his knees and buried himself in prayer There he remained two hours When ho left the church he was as calm as though nothing had hap pened Nearly all the officers of the regiment offered their services as seconds He thanked them but declared that he had sought advice from One whose wisdom andI love had never deceived him and that be had irrevocably determined not to challenge Trouillefou The officers were astonished Some remarked that military honor forbade that Jesus had set an exam ple of forgiveness that no Christian ought to disregard Warned by others that he would be suspected of cowardice he answered that he believed he could offer better evi dence of his courage by obeying God than by yielding to human prejudice If tho army and the world misjudged his motives he did not care for God read his heart Althoughesteemed and loved by all his comrades Lieutenant Fon taine could not convince them of the correctness of his views His refusal to fight created such a commotion in the regiment that the colonel deemed it prudent to inter fere He summoned the officer to his presence Is it true he asked that you have been slapped in the face by Lieutenant Trouil lefou It Yes colonel he replied Have you naked for satisfac tion No colonel You must ask for it without delayI shall not for three reasons was the reply Let us have your reasons rejoined the old officer Because dueling is opposed to human law to divine law and to common sense Is that all l the colonel in quiredYes colonel Well Monseur Fontaine if be fore the end of the week you do not challenge Trouillofou to a duel I will expel you from the regiment Fontaine remarked that onl1 soldiers guilty of some crime de served expulsion The colonel re joined that to stain the unifor of a regiment with cowardice wa a crime and repeated his threat Fontaine left without flinching iii determinationThe intervened A he loved the officer dearly he en treated him to fight for the hono of his regiment The lioutenan firmly replied Order me to giv up life in behalf of my country o society of religion of my nobl cause and I will willingly encou ter death But ask me not to di obey the gospel Fontaine however could not re sist the treatment of his comrad s ALL WOMEN Wine of Cardui is the guardian of a womans health and happi ness from youth to old age It helps her safely into womanhood It sustains her during the trials of pregnancy childbirth and motherhood making labor easy and preventing flooding and mis carriage It gently leads her through the dangerous period known as the change of li- feWINECARDUJ cures leucorrhoji falling of the womb and menstrual irregularity In every form It is valuable in evwy trying period of a womans life It reinforces the nervous system acts directly on the genital organs and is the finest tonic for women known Ask your druggist for a 100 bottle of Wine of Cardui BatearUle AU July 11 lmI am using Wine of Cardui and Tbd farda BlackDraucht and I feel like a dlS rent woman already Several la 4MtI here kHp the medicines Sa their horns aU the time I have three girls sad they ass nalnc It with M- Un KATE BBOWDKB smrotermeSes hello sartImayr amn11 s Cnaueuooa dldae Cooaea- ytarwaooaI T- K I t fct r yI and subordinates He tendered his resignation Tho minister of war replied that it could not be accepted under the circumstances Ho could only be dismissed in dis grace That filled tho measure One evening Fontaine again walk ed into the Cafe Cambronno where his comrades were assembled Gentlemen said he you were witnesses of the insult received- from Lieutenant Trouillefou I I intended to forgive it becauso my religion teaches me to forgive You will have it otherwise and obey you God who has witness ed the struggle of my heart will allot to each his share of responsi bility for what may happen You force me to tight I will fight I make two conditions First that allwho were present at the out rage shall witness the reparation second that the latter be propor tionate to the offense I want a duel to the death with pistols and only one of them loaded the dis tance to be 15 feet Do you ac cept Lieutenant Trouillefou tt The latter hesitated but finally itammered All right Tomorrow at 0 oclock in the morning in the Forest of Chavan dierre by the cross road of the TroisLouvards said Fontaine- A roar of applause greeted his words The officerscrowded around him to congratulate him upon his determination and to protest their friendshipWait until tomorrow gentle men the lieutenant replied You have suspected me of being a cow ard Before protesting your friend ship you had better see mo on the ground and ho withdrew At the appointed time tho offi cers of tho regiment were at the Trois Louvards The colonel loaded one of the pistols enveloped them in a silk handkerchief and request ed Fontaine to choose a weapon as ho was the insulted party The combatants were placed 15 feet from each other The officers si lently formed in two lines on the right and left of the duelists and the colonel gave the word Trouillefou was the first to fireI His pistol carried no bullet He staggered as though already wound ed Fontaine could now forgive But his Christian feeling had given way under the pressure of bitter sarcasm He calmly levelled his weapon fired and Trouillefou fell with a shattered skull There was a cry of horror The spectators rushed toward the dead duelist But before they reached him Fon taine was at his side He dipped his hand in the blood of the dead officer and with that blood washed the cheek upon which he had been struck exclaiming Well gentle men do you think the insult suffi ciently washed away Then running like a lunatic he disappeared in the forest and was seen no more at Nantes Years afterward he was discovered in a monastery at Rome where under the religious name of Fra Pancrazio he was still praying for the remission of his sins and for the eternal salvation of the man whom he had killed A Real FrieacL I suffered from dyspepsia and indigestion for fifteen years says W T Sturdevaut of Merry Oaks N C After I had tried many doc tors and medicines to no avail one ofmy 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 Kodol II Dont try to cure stomach trouble by dieting That only further weakens the system you need wholesome strengthening food Kodolenables you to assimilate what you eat by digesting it with out tho stomachs aid Tke Hawkins Murder The murder of a merchant named Hawkins at Lexington last winter caused three suspects to bo arrest ed one of whom confessed But in spite of this during the trial of the case last week Coroner Molloy testified that Hawkins had committedsuicide and was not murdered Hundreds of dollars were raised to prosecute the three men charged with the murder and the coroners statement that iit was a plain case of suicide has caused much talk 7 JNo Hair My hair was falling out very fast and I was greatly alarmed I then tried Ayers Hair Vigor and my hair stopped falling at once Mrs G A McVay Alexandria OIII 1The trouble is your hair does not have life enough Act promptly Save your AyersIgrayhairsshow Ayers Hair Vigor will restore color every timei ftM a MMIa All tnqftta yonsendexpressyouof your nearest express office Address J C A VEll CO Lowell Mass Club Hoase Hanited The old Fincastle Club Harts- on the river road near Louisville which is now used as a private residence by Judge A P Humph rey is said to be haunted Several weeks ago Mrs Humphrey was sitting in the library when looking up she saw before her the figure of a beautiful blonde tall shape ly and graceful draped in a gown of pale blue Mrs Humphrey sat speechless and motionless until the specter withdrew The next morning a maid reported the same apparition on the second floor On another night a lady of the house hold anda visitor were playing cards when on looking up they behold tho same apparition this time draped in white It remain ed only an instant Xo explana tion can be given of the affair as the Fincastle Club has been built only 15 years and as far as known there has never been anything in its history to justify a ghost Spring Fever Spring fover is another name for biliousness It is more serious than most people think A torpid liver and inactive bowels mean a poison I ed system If neglected serious illness may follow such symptoms DeWitts Little Early Risers re move all danger by stimulating the liver opening the bowels and impuritiesSafetaken DeWitts Little Early Risers for torpid liver every spring for years R MEverly Moundsville W Va They do me more good than anything I have ever tried Big Land Slit Mrs Jane Graham of St Louis has made arrangements with a firm of Owensboro attorneys to bring suit for 1200 acres of land in Muhlenberg county lying be tween Black Lake and Central City It is underlaid withcoal and is covered with fine timber the estimated value being 48an acre Electric Belt on Trial To introduce it and obtain agents the undersigned firm will send a few of their Electric Belts on trial on the following terms 100 to be paid in ten days if tho Belt proves beneficial and the balance 200 to be paid in sixty days if the Belt effects a euro These Belts tire a positive cure for Rheuma tism Neuralgia Kidney trouble Stomach and Liver trouble Asthma etc Address at once GERMAN ELECTRIC AGENCY tf P 0 Box 1874NewYork NY The police departmen of Lexing ton has been notified that H C Dillis was missing He is GO years of age and lived with daughter Mrs B W Row at No 28 East Highstreet For Saleiii One Fay No 8six roll 8 inch lightning floorer with beading attachment One Fay carriage cut ting off saw F BUSH SON Lexington KyII The report is current about OWI iugsville that John Flannery a fugitive from Bath county was killed by the sheriff of Elliott county while resisting arrest Vita Ore will relievo you of all aches and pains Agents wanted Apply to or address with stamp Sponcer Cooper Hazel Green Ky r 1t i l COUNTY + DIRECTORY t HAZEL GREEN TOlTlCE COURT JudgeJW N NICKEIL Deputy Marshall BOARD OF TUSTEESI W O MIZE Chairman W H CORP nAYJII I o j j CIRCUIT COURT FourthSIaSeptemberDAVID B REDWISE Judge aAttorneyJC C HANKS Trustee Jury Fund IIr 0COUNTY COURT First Monday in each IJ W CoNfiiETON monthII I W S Tirrr Clerk FRANK STAMPER ShedYC C FOLKS County Attorney I u J B IITTIE Jailer- S N Hocus Assessor SurveyorFRASK 1 J W TAULUEE County SuPti0eMAGISTRATES COURTS TIME OF HOLDINO AND OFFICIALS FIRST DISTRICT ELIAS SHOCKEV P Magistrate No time set for holding court o SECOND DlsralcrJoux D ROSE JR Magistrate S N NORMAN Con inFebruary Magistratt 1 l FMayLEGGMagistrate MarchJuneFIFTH b SIXTUJ N I r Magistrate in both districts DAVIDiiBANKS Constable Court days Third Friday in February May August and NovemberSBDUNMagistrate J f MarchJuneEICHTII DISTRICT GEOBCJE OLIVER Magistrate No constable and no set time for holding court Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table is Effect May 18 1902 EAST BOUND i o2No4I STATIONS Lexington IDailyI jim I am i- l Winchester 3 10 pin 8 25 am LAEJuncn 322pm 8 37 am F Clay City 3 5 pm 9 13 am rftunton 4 Oti pm 9 23 am NatBridge 4 35 pml 954 am Torrent 4 49 pmjlO 08 am 511pmi1029amJackson WEST BOUND STATI III Daily No1No3ex I Dully j 11SUlIl1ay j Jackson pmBeattyvepniTorrentpmNatpmStalltonpmClaypmL4tpmWinchesterj pmLuillgton ManagerCHASTllilOKaANSrA 0 t K BUNCH Time Table la Effect Juitrr 1 1902 EAST BOUND WEST BOUND No 22No21Daily ex STATIONS Daily ex Sunday Sunday s m arr p m ler 9 45 am Jackson 100 pm 9 40 am Ot K Junction 1 05 pm 8 45 am Wilhnrtt 1 55 pm 8 30 am Hampton 2 10 pm 7 45 am Lee City 3 00 pm l 7 35 amHelechawa 3 10 jm i 100 am Cannel City 3 45 rm S M L CONLEY Superintendent LOIiSYiLL TIN AND STOVE COMPANY Jobbers and Dealers in STIEISad irfAfl lfUXSVIXLE9K DILLER BEMMETP- WHOLESALE 1RNIT1JKiThe Largest Exclusive 527 V MtU St Wholesale Furniture Dealer in the South LeiilYlllt Kja REH SEVERSON d CO H9LSSALE j8ABB111T 508312 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY rw- Y + w If THE HERALD IILLSPENCERCOOPER Editor fJ 11i HAZELCREENKYteTHURSDAY June 19 1902 +AnnIiiTs + County Conventions at County Seals July 19th 1902 District Convention at West Liberty Ky July 24th 1902 4 l11KlNflUIMihs1i y announced as a candidate for the demo cratic nomination for congress from the Tenth district subject to action of the democratic partySDAVISJUDGE AMOS DAVIS of is herewith an nouncedas a candidate for the democratic i nomination for congress from the Tenth district subject to action of the 4democratic partySn TIME and again THE HER ALD has pointed out the im portance of establishing a tiling pottery here anti we again say that iit would lill a long felt want There is right in our town a large boundary t of land that could be wonderfully m improved by tiling ti11t ifa plant were erected here ite would come into use all along the river bottoms Fire brick could also be made by such a plant and there would soon be a demand for both products It would cost but a few hundred dollars to install a pottery and no enterprise binbetter LAURA TALBOT GALT a 13 yearold school girl in one oft the Louisville public schools m IarchingThrough class and stopped her ears so she might not hear it The S school board is now consider ing the advisability on ac count of the action of this unreconstructed rebel of abolishing l the civilwar history in the schools Better spankI I the young miss and send her home to her mama than have other scholars grow up in iig- norance of that struggle 1 be tween the states AFTER a separation of near ly 20 years Abrani Halsey a Hobokcn barge captain is toiI join his wife again thoughl she had wedded another man believing him dead The husbands held a conference and Charles Rich the In Sfl husband has came back too Kentucky The captain 1left his wife in 1883 anti went to California He was reportedl dead and sho married the sclondman Both are overiyears of age THE centennial celebration of the founding of West Point military academy terminated on Thursday evening last aiitil President Roosevelt deliver ed the diplomas to the grad uating class Gen Miles was 1 also present and addressed the young men on the duties of a soldier J THE executive committee of lQe democratic party in the I IJost Kentucky congressional district s met at Paducah last Thursday and tendered the nomination to Ollie James who succeeds himself No OTHER candidate having of feredprior to June 15th tho chair man of the Seventh Ashland democratic congressional cOmmit toe has declared lIon South Trim ble the democratic to1it is good news to the people here I btsithp1ac0 h ii- I I Grand Army men of 11IIE States and many lof the veteran soldiers out Iside reIjoilcit Evans late pension commis Hsioner is new in London as consul general And many arc doubtless of the opinion itt hat he should have been there or in a hotter place long ago How they dill hate him I THE coal operators in the trilittelieldhave absolutely refused to us- I gaitI and the result is that hundreds o 1lfunion and gone into the mines njThe strike which augured coal famine has fizzled TIll first district democrat ic railroad commissioners com mittee will meet at Dawson on the 21st inst Judge Fletcher Pempsey of Hopkins county Webb Bell1 of Christian county and E B atintels Hickman county are candidates EVKUY voter in this congression- ali district should rend the article on tho fourth page of this paper under tho caption Hon James IB White which is n recapitulation of his record in congress and upon his record ho is asking to bo returned for another term ResideI t ifhisendorsing member for the second iterm if his record be straight and Mr White is content that his con stiuoncy shall consider him fromII tho evidence reproduced in the ar tide as mentioned Ho sure and 1read it New Hotel for Hazel Green Janice 1B Cecil who recently ht the property of John II Pieratt corner Broadway and Main streets will erect on the corner a business house with hotelj otlicu sample room and two bed downsoffice will bo a stairway leading to tho second story whichwill contain eight bed rooms each 12x18 feet The building will bo 50 feet front by 36 feet in depth and willj be operated as a hotel in connec tion with tho residence which will remain us it now stands with some minor improvements The dining room and kitchen will be in the welling which also has four bedjI r 1hoomsrooms in all which is quito ample for the traveling public when the two other hotels are consideredl Albert Dyo has tho contract and I building will begin about the midI die of July or first of August The residence of Marion Bailey ILickingI night last week in tho absence of the occupants The thieves entor ed the house and ransacked every thing securing seven dollars iin money all they had They then lleft a lighted lamp sitting on thel ffloor by which they placed a poke f powder and decamped When tthe family returned they invest1egated and could find nothing mis s wingclew was left to identify the burg- larsl and Mr Bailey can uotj iimagine who the perpetrators were Saved From An Awful Fate Everybody said I had consump tion writes Mrs A M of Chambersburg Pa IShieltlsI llow after six months of seereI sickness caused by hay fever and asthma that few thought I could get well but I learned of the marvelous merit of Dr Kings New Discovery for consumption used iit and was completely cured For desperate throat and lung dieases iit 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 S Combs fc Sons Campion druggists J The trial of Willie Stamper charged with killing Jim Bush tho Sunday that Howard Wilson was killed by Tip Day conies up in tho Menefee circuit court today OnI a formor trial ho was sentenced to 11 t UropenforHhreo years but got jijj 4 new trial and it is now confiII dently believed that ho will como clear as he evidently killed him by accident according to all ov idenco I 1A MOST PLEASANT SURPRISE I Friends and Relatives of Mrsj IGeorgia Ann Amyx Meet and Surprise Her ploasantInothing to compare with a surprise I on the older ones such as father iand mother Everyone around l Amsterdam knoweGrandma Amyx Wednesday was her 72nd birthday and her relatives and friends hadI IveI ry nicely planned a surprise for j i I her Early in tho lay friends and relatives came in from tho cotta fryAmyx homo whil tho others wore thering nt another place prepar ing to storm the home in thisI daSahit manner As soon as Grandma seen she was to haveI company for dinner sho began toI make tho usual oxtra preparations I Tor xi dinner for company SheI soon discovered that there was noI moat in tho house and advised her son rT S Amyx togot some IIa afterIIt rii neighbor was expecting some moats from a nearby town and that hoI would try and get some meat fromI t Shewas held in this suspense never suspicioning anything Finally tho crowd of friends and relatives now grown to quito a size stormed the home and it was not until thenIi thlltIJuno llth was her birthday Thoj surprise was complete anti to make iit more pleasant everyone win j icamo brought plenty of the counj tries richest productions prepared Iin the daintiest and most pleasingj j styles Tho table was soon spread land beautifully decorated withj flowers and aftcrwaad coveredI with the many good things to oatj The event is one long to be re membered by those present as wellI I j as by Grandma Without a doubt there is no truer way in which you may show your respects for a per son than on an occasion of this kind Several nice presents were made Grandma When the day was nearing its close tho guests each wishing Grandma as many more such happy events as p ossibloiTho names of those who present led Grandma with something as a remembrance are Mrs Mary Bari iron water pitcher Mrs A C Win term tite borry bowl Mrs S P Halfert fruit stand Mrs JohnI lIalfert berry bowl Mrs M1 L Carr head rest Mrs B Kendall fruit stand Mrs Almira Boyer ead rest Mrs Hay ward a nice boquet Mr and Mrs II P Nick 011 vinegar stand Miss Maud Yan trees handkerchief Miss Kate Duke vase and Dr J S Amyx 500 in gold Amsterdam Mo Tempest I lR Vjfiuuuttt tIieuxnsttJ I KIDNEY Bac GravBACKACHE All Bladder ftndesold by 11 F Fieratt Hazel Green Ky iBecause Robert Kash has been advertising flour and salt which peopleIr goods This is a mistake as ill be seen by reference to his ad carries a full line of every thing usually kept in a country jjtore and will bo glad to see any from this section who wants best goods at a low price lone Every Movement HurtsiWhen you have rheumatism Muscles aw stiff and sore and Joints are painfuL Hood S Sarsaparilla roes right to the spot in this ease neutralizes the acidity of tho blood diiij radically cures Accept no substitute oTherailroad shot and killed a man named Bowen on Frozen Sunday The 0ic K employe was inn crowd who were drinking when Bowen throw sand in his face This he passed when Bowen picked up a rock and hit him Ho then fired and shot Bowon through the head and went to Jackson and gave himself up- Happy Time in Old Town Wo felt very happy writes R N Bevill Old Town Va when Bucklena Arnaca Salvo wholly cured our daughter of a bad case of scald head It delights all who use it for cuts corns burns bruises boils ulcers eruptions Infallible for piles Only 25 cents sold by J Taylor Day Hazel1 Green or S S Combs Sons Campton drug stores HER TUEl1 srJi4iErt itti I This Offer Is For 30 Days Only 1 1I29 j As we are bound to raise some monoy within tho next 30 Days wo will duringi that time take subscriptions to TifF HKRALD nail the Owner Journal twice a week for 1101 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Gar den Vie have no agents but sell direct to the planter Strawberry and Gene ral Catalogue on application to H F HILLENMEYER aLEXINCTON KY 00000000000090000000000000 gggoggi Ilcttur Style Than Qggooooooocooooooocoooooocooo i iifollowilmgniuelotswill beoiditta low pricc for thc cash Collco Avenue 1 I 1 I 4 Ls 50 50 50 50 50 ta PS ergJoo rt5 1 I 1 l0 TftI r FAbout300feet Addressoi COURTNEY McGUIRE Clay City Profit Sharing The Cincinnati Enquirerwots Ido 97000 intellectual population voting power and government of the State of Ohio The Problem is 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 An additional sum of 10000 will be given by the Daily Enquirer for provideJsuchDaily Enquirer time of making such estimate There are 4 187 cash prizes in all several of which equal a lifetime competence 100 ton a years subscription to the Weekly Enquirer entitles sub scriber to one estimate t 150 for a monthly subscription to Daily Enquirer entitles subscriber to one estimate 50 cents without any subscription privilege entitles subscribers to estimateDoi understand this Profitsharing Plan oi 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 716fCincinnati Q ir 2 Hp4 F A i J 1 if C 7 t f I U SC fcssy ttIt to r t er tI lr ant rotlul bail taste In the jpit of the stow ItEmkcslifemiserabcIt of putty fulness i what not provitl by pcrina Mat sxvre ratLaitle cases is Jlisa Clark Long will this week leave for Bushton 111 where she will make her future homo Misses Pearl and Virginia Day M left Monday to visit relatives and friends at Camargo and Bothol Mrs Susan Lykins of Caney and f her three little daughters spout the day Tuesday with Charley Cecil and family Miss Violet Honnett of Cincin natiOhiois and will he the 1 p lass ant gnest of Mr and Mrs Lk L Craft fqr sevoral weeks ftirsaparilhi is the medii HOODS inquire blood eruptions weakness and general debilityit t positively and absolutely CURES i A Mr Lacy was stabbed by a man named Banes en Canoy Suntt day morning and it was thought the wound would be fatal He was stabbed in tho back but the particulars to cause of difficulty have not been learned III L J Dunning of Petersburg Ind is now with John H Poea I Mr Dunning is a fine woodwork man and a general utility man BO that Mr Rose is now bettor I that ever prepared to do fin kinds of work iu his line t An infant child of Hwnry Sprad I j ling and wife of Cannel City died quite suddenly on Tuesday IrcSpradliug left the dinner table and went to his work tho child being in apparent good healthand within a half hour it was a corpse Whop you havo head ache or I neuralgia try Triphoue Sold by I SS Comb S Sons Campton and f H F Pieratt Hazel Groen tf John H Taulleo who has boon a guard at the Frankfort penitentiary for nearly a Year came home j Monday evening to Spend a few j weeks rutieatiugnml recuperating j his failing health Ku has lost IS I pounds in weight within a week j 1 Mrs Jackson who was formerly the widow Henry has the thanks of the editor and his better seven eighths for a mess each of peas beets and pio plant and her little eon Herald Henry delivered goods so that he comes iu tilAII share of the thanks CASTOR IIAI I For Infants and ChildrenI lbs Kind You Have Always Bought x Bears the Signature oft d NoahjCisco left Tuesday morning for Knoxville Tenet whero ho will take a six weeks course in the summer school at that place to further prepare himself for his t IiwheroIIi teach for another year Judge Pieratt will tomorrow htve before him Cal Cundiff and George and Dick Jioasley who are charged with a breach of the peace committed on Monday County Attorney Fulks has been summon ed from Campton to prosecute Pilthy Temples in India Sacredcows often defile Indian temples but worse yet is a body thats polluted by constipation Dont permit Clemeo your system with Dr Kings Now Life Pills and avoiduntold misery They give lively livers active bowels good digestion fine appetite Only 2oc Guaranteed and for salo by J T Day Hazel Green or S S CombsI k Sons Campton t Willie Swango of Millorsburg boughtheadthe Mt Sterling market Though no long CrxMr Swango continues to do con Biderablo trading among our farm ers and leaves with them consid I erablo cash every mouth w 4 Very OldfTerrapinI George Amyx on Friday last I found a terrapin which is probably the oldest in tho country On the shell was carved tho name of his j grandfather Jos II Amyx dated uncloslPresI 1839 Ho George curved his name on tho shell andagain turned iit I loose Thus tho terrapin ropro aunts three generations and who I I knows but ho will live to take on III tho name of some one of tho fourth I tollsiI ago of over 100 years and unless I this mio should bo wantonly killed ji Itt or meet with accidental death ho I rony go to a century or moro Ho measured about eight inches across the backund is apparently healthy Evidently ho is not a nomad forr so far as known ho has remained in tho same territory for nearly 00 i years and is likely to end his days on the same domain I Send ySc mill got a free trial of tosteIforsuccessfulf 0y Calvort Texas COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0ESTTo insure insertion AM corres byMondav fI- i I j that nearby ou Monday j tnorninJII I Our correspondents are derelict in duty j antivo IewilljIe 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 inconvenienceIj SWAKGO SPRINGS SAYINGS It is very hot hero and rain bad ly deeded Newton Townsend and wifo arc at Torreut for n protracted visit Rush Swan go and his sister Mol Ily made a quick trip to Holecha wa Thursday J 1J Cecil oJ Ezulwas shaking hands with his friends here Sun j day of this week jILowis Finoberg and Philip Maw rico of Flomingsburg wore guests of Harmon Swango Thurday night Charly Cecil wifo and daughter Miss Catherine of Lacy creokspout Sunday with D U May and fans i j 11iMrs 0 II Swaugo and her brother Porter Grain who residoI atIClifty wore at the Springs Friday Mr Fite of Sharpsburg came up Saturday for his wife who has beon hero drinking the water some time They will leave for homo in u few days j James Roso and son Georgo of Sillwator passed through her o Friday en route for Magoflin county to visit his you who recently located there H M Taylor S M Waugh E Hawkins James Martin and Rev CarIIed at tho Swango House this week Misses Minnie and Pearl Brook- of ijiI Olive Hill whohavo had such withIfriends and relatives at this another d j places left for their home Thursday Soma of our boys loo j as if they had lost their seat o I life sinco their departure Tho oxquisito beauty and doliI cate fragrance of our roses ginning to bo a thing of tho pas I whilo tho gathering of garden sass t and the music of tho spider as i sings the spring chicken to that rich lirowiKjss and desired llavor J I thatmakes it such a toothsome j viand Is fast filling up tho time of yo writer j j Juno 17 UNO I STILLWATER SPARKLESj Willie Taylor wont to Toliver ou business Saturdays= Scott Taulbee and wifo went to Devils creek Saturday T Nathan Hollon and others ofr Lane were on Stillwater Sunday w If there was a happy boy on Still water Sunday it was Granville Rose J M Taylor spent Sunday with fripndsaiid relativeSifttBoother Kentucky 1 i i RevWH Chambers proficlo to a TrTrT urge nunihiiRn ntlTio Chnmborsschobl ihousEl Sunday nre ri M as Mary wore wplcomp guest5 a B D Roses Saturday night Mrs Stephen Collierauddaug tor Miss Delia visited Mrs Col Tiers brother Jeff Creech last weekMiss Katie Chambers and many IliBs of Landsaw attended meet tho Chambers school house Sunday Minnie the little daughter of J M Taylor and wife as visiting her stator Mrs Curtis HauUoy of i Landsaw IMorton Rose of this placo announces himself as a matrimonial candidate and who will be the lucky girl B D Rose bought last wook of W B Ruse fivo head of oxen for the sum of 170 and sold W B j Rose a horse for 75 Sunday was a lucky day for old Stillwator the people bothold and young swarmed in from al most every quarter Iissll1Ivisitinglougirls are welcome visitorst17 PRESTO 1Juno 0- MORCAN COUNTY WEST LIBERTY WISPS l dayIyears n Dr Harry Collier loft Monday 1for Loo City and will be absent 10 daystMrs Phwbo Ward has been suf i fering with rheumatism for seven lor eight days past Sam Wilson a paintor of your town is at present painting the New Morgan Houso at this place I101m Brown a deaf and dam beetsIrec turned homo last week with full hope to be a graduate next term Thorn was quito a musical troattt i at tho homo of Mrs Hattio Moore 11present11 I singing among them Willie Wheol or of hazel Green Tho court house was packed tits o utmost capacity Thursday night to witness the production Under I tho Laurels by tho Hazel Green 11rondered11 j satisfncIj tion Tho company loft for Cano the next day Thorn is no use for mo to give the merits of each perjI j former It was just as good as i i was in Hazel Green itII J D Tucker tho picture man o I I Baton Rouge La has been here sovIiII tho Chicago Portrait Co Mr Tuck I er seems to bo much with IeIthe belles of this town and being I f fc fond of music as well as pictures Ijj ho is quito a favorite And i itjj would not surprise us if some day ho take away with him a helpmate j a musical beauty whose first two notes are Dora IC E Millbtirn anti T H Brush hero recently and looked over I the proposed route of the forehead andWestLiborty railroad and tho I11 Eld Fork cannel coal fields They wore well pleased and highly slat quantityscoal in this country Mr Moll Iof represents a vast amount o and if nothing happens the road will be pushed to an earl Bruskh acfcompanied by Mr Cox proprietor of tho Commercial Inn and Mr McGuire attorney of this place MctCluro of Paiutsville surprised a Oatk creek Saturday and captured three broughtrooI commissioner who hold them over They will bo the guests of tho jailer until further notice On tho same day and on the same creek McCluroI cut up two stills one of them being located in tho smokehouse of Gus Vance and the other in the woods Mannin Burton and Whitt woreI tho men arrested Subsequently they gave bond and were released- A young man sailing under two names came to Hotel Cecil Mon day of last week and got his sup per after which he went to Cl a Wade Womacks store and bought some clothing which ho paid for with a 19 dollar check drawn o John Rose of Leo City Subso susdpicious about the check and called1 up Loo City over the phone when he discovered that the check was a fake The young man was arrest ed had a hearing and now lan guishos in jail Mr Yomack so monohY ho had given in change rnrif jtti T cMv1o1q COUfllfH BEN SEWELL EDITOR VOLUME I NUMBER 5 EDITORIAL EFFUSIONS POLITICAL spellbinders are al woyein demand Rumors of war blood and thunder tear up the patchorators still retain a conS- pICUOUS prominence in the political world The bloody shirt shaker too is occasionally heard from But the sweetest peach of alland the greatest freak and prodigy in the eyes of American public life is the denouncerof trusts orator He is certainly a iluttormill grinder of wind and Ho pretends to seo all sorts of hobgoblings of evil omen in the sky of the American republic Like blubber in the air he will fizzle because ho cannot convince any sound Minded person that trusts are hurtful to any class of people except that class of defeat d candid ales for office The nameI of Bryan may be mentioned asI ono who is scorching under the blaze of defeat Such a thing as tongueless silence on the part o living people would be dreadful indeed The people would love to talkbut first must have some thing to talk about For furnish ing some talking topic the democratic party is to bo congratulated as it can always bo depended upon to trump up some card blooded with marks of trivial moment at least It is ill manners more than makebsport of the democratic party or in any degree of sincerity attack or ridicule a proposition or matter advanced by such a noted party but right hero it will not be amiss in a casual way to say that the muchtalkudof gold bug has been buried and has ceased to alarm annoy and intimidate the great common people by rob bing them of their money their property their wealth and their thetgold bug killed than up humped another one known as the trus hug The democratic party iis already having dreams lUll seeing theII e the trust bug will commence to give the people great concern of unrest and uneasiness and alarm when the fall campaign gets under therefseem to be visible marks of fear and trembling on the part of this alwaysidoor of the American republic for entrance Notlong ago there was the IIbug of low prices now it iis the hateful U trust bug of high prices Lot the people be not frightened out of their hard nat ural sense and may they at least retain selfcousciousness enough to vote for and elect republicans to oflice the allcurs of all evils Tho trust bug must go along and bo buried beside the gold bug LOCAL LACONICS Attorney J C Lykins went to busif ness YRev D E Bedinger on last Sun day preached at tho Bearpen schoolhouse Charlie Buchanan of Hazel Green was here last week He contemplates locating here ExJudge S M Tutt is in the St Joseph Hospital at Lexington to take a course of treatment WtTaulbee of Daysboro was in townI last Saturday on official busi ness W B Duff and A D Lykins are leading the fight for F H Hopkins for congress on this sideI of the pdunty W L Byrd and wife J J Chambers and wife of Stillwater wore visiting relatives and friends in and around Camptou Saturday and Sunday last The schedule on the mail route from Campton to Torrent ha aY5a m and 1245pat 100 p m and 7 30p ra- 1Sheriff T F Stamper went to Cannell City lastv week whore he arrestedMelvin Center char e with rapei and brougHt him to this placo ana lodged him in jail Barber Bob Carpenter went to tho Flat a fowl days last week in order to have peace rest and con tontment from tho noisy bustling i political world around Camp ton I r 4Fr fo The fashionable smart set of Campton society was well repre sented at Torrent at the grand opening ball given last Wednesday evening A good number of the elite being thore who report a most enjoyable time- Commonwealths Attorney A F Byrd returned home Sunday from the Broathitt circuit court All the commonwealths cases having lean tried or otherwise disposed of Ho reports a very business torm at that place J M Vausaut J F Vausant and his son Guy loft hero Monday for Paxton Ill to visit relatives living at that place The former will reinaiir there till fall before ho returns the latter two will re turn in a couple of weeks The wife of Jolla Lincous of Laurel died last Friday of pul monary troublo She told Drs J H Stamper and Swango who elsefwas prepared to die but hated to leave her children S P Howe a fiddle of tho old school and who is uncompromis ingly for Fiddler White for con gross last week handed the editor of tho Campton Courier a gold standard silver dollar to pay for Tit HEUALD one year Who will bo next Win II Hull the photographer formerly of Torrent is now a citi zen of Campton having recently moved here All he lacks of be ing an uptodate artist ho is not advertised in TUB HERALD all he lacks of being uptodate as a citi zen is TIlE HERALD Dr J II Stamper reports the j following births To the wife of Arthur Creech of Calaboose a boy weight 12 pounds to the wife of J C Barker of Stillwater a girl to the wife of Walter Buchanan I theti wife of Jonathan Hollon of Still water a girl On last Saturday Dock Hays j I twohorse team hitched to a wagon that had a little boy in it became I frightened and ran away a distance j I oneandahalf miles when one j of the horses fell down and could go no farther The boy staid in the wagon and strange indeed he was not lutrt- County Attorney C C Fulks tho matchless champion of civil orderly government went to the Flat last Saturday to represent the i commonwealth in the examining trial of Preston Kash and Frank I Bailey who are charged with grand larceny The defendants were ably represented by Attorney G B Stamper The defendants were acquitted I IJ W Day tho blind fiddler and by tho way tho prohibition I candidate for congress in this Tenth district was here Sunday to confer with his friends with reference to his candidacy He has finally con eluded to make the race is said ii to be buoyed up and greatly inter ested in tho matter It is reported that he went to Mt Sterling Mon day with a view of formally open ing his campaign If Fiddler Banford White should be the dem ocratic candidate tho republicans would be ungrateful not to trot lOUt a fiddler also It is hoped the voters will have tho pleasure ofseeing a three cornered fiddlers contest IVirulent Cancer Cured Startling proof of a wonderful advance in medicine is given by druggist G W Roberts of Eliza both W Va An old man there had long suffered with what good doctors pronounced incurable can cor They believed his case hopeless till ho used Electric Bitters and applied Bucklens Arnica Salve which treatment completely cured him When Electric Bitters are used to expel bilious kidneys and microbe poisons at tho same- t this salvo exerts its matchless heal ing power blood diseases skin eruptions clcors and sores vanish Bitters 50c solve 25c at J Taylor Day Hftzol Green andS S Combs storesdRev H D Adams left Monday morning on a bussincss trip t Cannel City Far Constipation TakeLyonslnsaprlSrm n Ideal remedyloi lidleiaudchlldrenuillinleaMmioUkcandpcr fecurhartalewtwderauehcttmstaocaIrlcSold ex5o k fl GREAT flff Clearing SnleiGlothiqg WE ARE BADLY OVERSTOCKED WE NEED MONEY WE NEED IT BADLY R RearessCLOT1UNGf r C t I New Goods Latest Styles Best Quality Here is a chi ce to get GOOD CLOTHING at dheap prices Mens AllWool Su ts 499 I IMens AllWool Best Flannels jjfl QQ W Mens All Wool Best Cassimere QiL Suits p fyOUU- This is about the cost of the trimmings 500 MENS LINEN SUITS I Coat Pants and jVest at 126 Suit IMPORTANT fTO MOTHERS LREAD THIS2BOYS SUITS BOYS SUITS BOYS SUITS 49Three1I 1 Suits 40 Cents up to 700 We can show you a better assortment than togetherWe who sell the celebrated Alfred Benjamin Co Clothing Louis Cus StrausPLEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON KY 1 WHEN BUYING WHISKEY r MEDIOtL USE OR TO BE USED fcS J fc fJiVEfltQ You want good pure whiskQjrand at times all need whiskey either to ward offcolds and pneumonia or to build up the system when from overwork or worry the vitality is below 1par We have good 1pure whiskey well distilled from choice grain well aged and matured with special care for 1200 225250 PER CALLON and we pack your jug in a nice plain box for shipping so + that no one can tell what you are getting and send you a nice etcped glass and corkscrew free Send us your order and let us prove that we mean what we say Remit by Post Oflice Money order or registered letter to thetHAGAN DISTILLING CO Lexington Ky CLARK 5 HOWARD CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS 206208 E Main LEXINGTON KY i Honest material master mechan ics and consciencious calculations are their stock in trade Hence it is that satisfaction is guaranteed flnr iPFfiPQf LdllJuuL GUstmllors Talk for us They are so well satisfied themselves that they tellothers about the merits of Lexington Beer All who use it agree that it is the best beer they ever drank So will you if you give it a trial No beer receives better care in tho brewing and the bottling LEXINGTON BREWING COMPANY et 4 W R CRAWFORD CO Live Stock Commission Merchants FOR THE SALE OF Cattle Hogs SheepIt 0o r ALSO Central Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY We have an Eastern outlet for all desirable stork at highest prices ConsJgBjB solicited All correspondence cheerfully answered t r z 1s kl y rf j tc 4Y ax- sa EGOS the coffee router ass to glass his cote with would ytm eat that kind of c Kin Thea wkrdrfak them Lion Coffee kM iso storage eggs flM etcfts coffee pure Urated fresh strong u el delightful flavor sad stoma e aiarugnd HON JAMES B WHITE Steal Be leieaiiatei aid Ei dorsal fer the Seceifl Term Ii the Lower Hene When the Hon James B White made the race for congress two years ago this fall he had to en counter many obstacles After his nomination he was confronted with a divided party in mauy parts of the district Democrats who had stoodwith our party on all ques lions before had not yet become reconciled in matters upon which they had divided arising out of t the silver question and the nomi nation of the state ticket two years beforeThe effort of Mr White in the first place was to heal these dis sensions Moreover it is well known that in his race a larger campaign fund was thrown into the district to elect the republican state ticket and in the appellate t race and to defeat Mr White than was ever brought into the district before But the usual democratic majority was maintained Mr White running ahead of the state ticket in many of the counties Since he has been in congress his public services for the develop ment of the coal and mineral resources of Eastern Kentucky by securing means of transportation are well known to the people of the district He has by untiring efforts induced the war department to place under construction at the same time two or three locks and dams on Kentucky river when the work was only upon one at the time previous to that The contract is now let for the one at Ford and steps are be ing taken to commence workat the one above there at the mouth of Flint Creek j so that work of construction will be pushed atVal- ley View at Ford and at the mouth of Flint at the same time By the former course of construction it would have taken something like twenty years perhaps to com plete the system while by the plan suggested by Mr White and adopt ed by the department this improve meat will be completed within eight years He also advocated in a strong speech an appropriation for the improvement of the Big Sandy River and to place it under the continuous contract system This was accomplished and 350 000 obtained for this purpose in the river and harbors bill mainly through the efforts of Mr White who labored unceasingly for this and to enlist the aid of other Ken tucky and West Virginia members for this measure Besides these important public services he has been attentive to all private and public matters for the benefit of the people of the dis trict To retire him now and give the work he has begun to another would simply be to turn out a pub lic servant laboring in his line of duty for the public interests of his people and place his unfinished work in untried hands Such a decision by an intelligent people would be unexplainable and noth ing less than a disregard by the people of their own real inter eats If we understand the sentiment of the people of the district such a result is not likely to occur What is right and fair and reas onable however will occur ands that is Mr White will be renomi nated and reelected to continue 4thegood work he has already beI gun and so successfully carried out for the people Jackson Hust i r Leafs 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 Carrin of Logan ton Pa One Min absalatelyacts UB everywhere hasdone issotheeItyieldsatonceCure pleasant to tak tchildren like it Sure cure for grip bron chitis coDghs jt7 lIT TRUE LOVE BY SAM WILSON I had a true love once who died A good many years ago Shes lying in the church yard green Where fairest violets grow Ah 1 none can fill within my home The vacant rock lost chair Or Itell loves story ax she did So houeit and Inoere Earth holds no other jewel bright That ever could portray A nobler sweeter love than hen To gladden lifes pathway No words can paint its charming power Or such perfection show It was indeed a heaven on earth And beautiful to know I This pure refined and boundless love- Lies deeper than the sea i And in my heart tis whispering low She iis not dead to me Through all the passing years it stood Surpassing any other I And readers need I tell you now That true love was my mother 1160 Reward S100 The renders of this paper will be pleased to learn that there la at least one dreaded disease that sci allIits stages and that is Catarrh I ii Halls Catarrh Cure is the only pos j tmedicnlliI conIstitutionalI directly upon the blood andmu cous surfaces of the system there by destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the con stitution and assisting nature in proprietorsihave so much in its curative powers that they offer 100 for any case that it fails to cure SendI for list of testimonials FJ CHENEY CoII Sold by druggists t 75c Family Pills are the best OB Trial For Grab Larceny Policeman James H Sattenvhite I of Henderson Ky was in Louis ville one night last week having in charge H D Fuller whom he ar rested at Henderson on a telegraph request of Chief Deitsch of Cincinnati It is alleged that Fuller six weeks ago engaged himself to travel for the Celluloid Starch Company of Cincinnati at a salary largely comIpanythat he has made no return ofi money or sales Learning he was traveling through Kentucky towns i i in the interest of an Eastern pub lication and in no way working for the starch company the latter I through Chief Deitsch caused his arrest on the charge of grand lar I I cenyFuller claims Cincinnati as his ii i voluntaIiOhio marriage a resident of Dayton Clara Barton of The Red Cross j Miss Clara Barton hale and active at an age well past the allot ted three score and ten and not less enthusiastically energetic than in years gone by in the great work which she has made her life mis sion easily constitutes one of the I most interesting of the worlds grand old women Probably no woman now living has had a career jI j I more varied or more crowded with achievement A character study of the founder and president of the American National Red Cross Society appears in the July Deline- ator in which this famous woman is seen at her quaint and picture esque home on the palisades of the Potomac A number of photo graphs showing interior and exterior views of Miss Bartons home and its unusual features is given j with a graphic description of Miss Bartons domestic life Two Chiefs of PoliceIIAsj the result of the appointment j I of Capt J J Regan as chief j of police and the deposal of Chief- J W Marshall by the Duncan i Board of Police Commissioners Lexington has two chiefs of police Chief Marshall holds that certain members of the Mayors Board of Commissioners have not been con firmed by the Board of Aldermen and are therefore not eligible to act Marshall has applied for a restraining order to prevent Chief Reagan from acting until the court of appeals acts heady te Tieli- I used DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve for piles and found it a cer tain cure says S R Meredith Willow Grove Del Operations unnecessary to cure piles They always yield to DeWitft Witch Ha z iHJhrtrot re skin diseases all ads of wouncls Accept no coun jrfeits TBS foolorator was at large again last week with the usual re mit inappropriate speeches Laffoei Disappears John Laffoon the wife murderer of Valley View is still at large It is believed he has confederates who are keeping him posted regarding every movement made by the searching parties It is almost certain that he is being cared for by persons who have him in hid ing Searching parties have scoured the country for miles around but no trace of him has been found Bloodhounds failed to track hint Peace Officers Meet The Peace Officers Association of Kentucky was in convention at Lexington last week The mem bership includes nearly every offi cer in the state authoized to make an arrest One of the main objects of the association is to establish a state bureau of identification pat terned after the Bertilion system They may ask the state for an ap propriation A banquet was tendered the delegates one night You cannot buy standard pianos organs buggies sewing machines clocks watches and jewelry as cheap any whore else as you can of me Come and see samples and you will be convinced You do not have to risk your money with mail order houses tf J T GEVEDON The LIt N eastbound through freight train was wrecked at Turn ers station on the short line di vision of the Louisville it Nash ville railroad 10 miles from Newcastle and nine cars loaded with pigiron and lumber were derailed and thrown down an embankment 20 feet TO THE DEAF A sick lady cured of her deafness and noises in the head by Dr Nicholson Artificial Ear Drums gave 10000 to his Institute so that deaf people unable to procure the Ear Drums may have them free Address No 4486 The Nicholson Institute 780 Eighth Avenue NewYork 4ly The County Assessors books for 1902 show a total of 4574053 in taxable property in Hopkins coun ty This does not include the property of the two railroads When this is added it will swell the I amount almost 2000000 McIScareIat the previous term of tho Logan court for arson were taken to Rus jselville in stripes tried for rob bery and given five years each IFor 28c in stamps you can get a free trial of Wilsons Tobacco Cure Has cured thousands CORP WILSON f30y Calvert Texas IIn the circuit court in the caseI of Bourbon county vs the Hartford Fire Insurance Company de fendants filed a bill of exceptions and the case goes to the court of appeals Three burglaries were committed in Henderson one night last week Two hardware stores anda gro cery were entered One of the men was captured by the police after a warm chase SyrupjCoaitfpitloaiyou like it better than any laxative ycu have ever used your druggist will refund the money Good for children as well as grown people Sold by J C Stamper Grassy Creek A conference of the Methodist church was in session at Moreland Lincoln county with from fifty to seventyfive ministers from all over Kentucky in attendance The grand jury which has been in session at Springfield for the past ten days returned 20 indict ments for Washington county THE HERALD and Monthly World one dollar a year in advance KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat This preparation contains all of the dlgestants 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 most sensitive maarthousandscured after every tblDg else failed Is unequalled for the stomach Child rea with weak stomachs thrive on iG a stsNHHk tNIA 7hIlb E 0- aaU sibsslur J Js SWtltllltU CLI Manufacturers sad Jobbers of K- DCLOTHINCI 607 W MAIN STREW LOUISVILLE KY K y H F PIERATT H C QUICKSALL H F PIERATT rCO DEALERS IN Generul ercbuqdise Live Stock and Country Produce IF YOU WANT CHEAP GOODS COME WITH THE CASH as that is the only safe and reliable way to do business PLEASE DO NOT ASK FOR CREDIT Very respectfully H F PIERATT CO All parties now indebted to me I should call and settle or there will be A HOT TIME IN THE OLD deterAlmined to wind up all my outstand p s ing business Thanking you for N B past patronage and more especiaally if you will pay me for my v goods you have consumed I I remain respectfully H F PIERATTI CECIL BROS tuple 1Faocg Grocers goodsAPPLLEJELLIES all kinds 3 glasses 25c poundSUGARCAHOVA COFFEE best in town 11Jc BONNIE ROLLED OATS lOc package SWEET POTATOES canned 15c 2 for 25c KRAUT 3 pound can lOc CORN lOc per can PEAS 2 cans 25c- aWHARNESS BRIDLES GRANITE WAREc Ac Everything first class and fresh and YOU SAVE MONEY on everything you buy of us HUCHES CHILL TONIC PALATABLE Better than Calmnelaiid Quiuine Contrins no Arsenic THE OLD RKLIAIILK nine Fevers early Dengue the up the I liECILLEHS GENERAL SOHIC As a Cure for Chills Fevers Swamp Fevers Bilious Fevers what you NEVER rili lautfre Nervous Sedative Spleidii Toiic Guaranteed TrY It any substitute Druggists lSoe and 1 Uottle SUCCESSWOKTH Forty success ICNOWLIIGI I proves Hughes Tonic for Chills tall lITIssnsusuiossosssooi system KENTUCKY IIIZEI O1IEEJIIOJfflEJIIIoo IINOIDL PREPARATORY 00 SCHOOL present term began September largest enrollment in history of Tin Stem JANUARY I 1902 school for young men Courses Study Commercial Normal Musical Department aseTEvery Teacher a GRADUATE YOUR FAITH WITH fiR fil NATURES DOCTOR FORMAN IIfiIDlI CURESRheumatism Diptheria La Grippe Bright Disease Blood Poisoning Kidney Liver Stomach Troubles Female Complaint Catarrh and Ceneral Debility 2 IT CURESWHEI ALL ELSE FAILS nil TXmMftfT fP TWI WELL ennui WILTI Cooper Hue Green I purchased of Vitse of I in the kttec part of March after taking about a halfpint of LOOK A STIUCII IN TIME HujshesToiiict taste pleasant in Spring prevents and Malarial Acts on liver tones well as Sure and and Just need at this season IT Ieat take At vears edy Fall PREPARED U- YROBINIONPETTET CO INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE C AND 3 the the school SissiM begins If6A thorough practical and women with Ten of under Academic and Ministerial is REGAIN IT and I TO DID tr Mr Ky some the Ore you and tke Saves taken Chills and FAUst Tuition S1300 for 38 Week Board 93OO per Week For particular write- W H LOUD Principal ViUeOre Elixer my nerves were as steady as when I was 16 years of age and Iam now past 75 For more than a year I bad been trying all the patent medicines and nostrums I could hear of to build myself up but nothing did me any good until I used VitaOre which my wife brought me from your house After using it a week I went out and did three days as hard work aa I have done in 25 years and I was not more fatigued than I was 25 years ago over the same work It is the grandest medicine in the world and I want everybody in the mountains to know what it did for me so they may try it Hoping every one who has that tired feeling incident to old age will buy VitalOre of you and give it a fair trial I remain thankfully yours for putting me on to this remedy JAMES LAOY 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 had tried so many things that did no good I have also used Vitro Ore and am stronger and in better health than for years which I attribute to its use MRS SOUTHEY LACY Lacy Creek Ky June 1 1901 JWVilffiOre Iia 1 a package which makes 1 quart of Elixer Dose Ose teaspoonful in glass of water Mailed to any address on receipt of price Address SPENCER COOPER HAZEL GREEN KY J TAYLOR DAYX i CARRIES IN STOCK A FULL LINE OF Ladies Dress Goods FurnishingsLadiesShoes Standard Groceries Lamps and Queensware Cutlery and Hardware Boots Shoes Hats Caps In fact everything usually i found in firstclass store I THEDAY MILLINERY 1 I CARRIES A COMPLETE LINE OF MILLINERY and NOTIONS LADIES FURNISHINGSt DRESS GOODS- TRIMMINGS J s c 33t RIBBONS HOSE c SjFAnd sells everything so low that the poorest may buy II t CLOTHING i- I have a nice lot of clothing which I intendato close out and if you want a bargain in this line do not fail to call at oncezSEI OESAlso I will sell you shoes at 100 that I have always sold at 125 and the same proportion S clear through Remember this is for CASH ONLY J 1VI SETHE PEOPLES FRIEND IJOBJ t r INTINq t I ENVELOPES NOTEHEADS BILLHEADS LETTERHEADS SALEBILLS PROGRAMS CIRCULARS CATALOGS MINUTES c c We have Three Fast Presses a Power Paper Cutter and 40 Years Experience enables us to Court Com parison and Defy Competition When you want PRINTING come and see us Respectfully c SPENCER COOPERn n t KentucKys tl Greatest Newspapere Dally Oae Year 312 Copies BY MAIL at a rate LESS THAN ic A DAY The Biggest Brightest and Best Paper la the South from 10 to 16 pages tally 20 and 24 pages OB Saturday- S SOMFTTTTNfi FREE I IOlcI the WrI 1903 Almanac edition of over 600 pages rtlad1Z la their aubscrlptloa 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