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COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 25 1901 NUMBER SIISCIlt llunrr UUItltTheOldest Most PopularI Mostt WidelyI J Circulatedd andd Mostt Quotedd Paper Iin the KentuekyMountalnsOJoo PKK y In YKAH tduuue t THE GREY PONY cM I O Texas isnt given to shying i Thonfons wliin ho suddenly jumped 1 sideways rightnut of tho nnr trail almost howling astir Dovereuxs pony I pulled up to discover what the trouble was Tho great tropical moon was brilliant f those us but tho shadow under the gloomy boughs of tho immense liveoak was so thick nnd sombre that at first I could only distin wish a formless bundle amongst the dead leaves at its foot His mounting and musing nearer I- h truckt a match whose feeble limIIh mer flickered on the body of a man limply outstretched on the carpet of dead and rotten leaves A second glance and the match dropped fnnn my nerveless lingers whilst Uevereux at my elbow hor rified sprang buck For under the upturned jaw a purple bullethole in the brown throat showed that a life had been suddenly1 cut short whilst in the same brief moment bcth of us had recognized the via timaEd Hart 1 muttered Devor eux Vie I answered stepping hack into the moonlight and I know of = I recollected myself and topil pod suddenly Say what you were going to went on my companion grimly 1PetIro Martinez work you were going to add However fond I may hof Isabella be sure I full realize her fathers little eccentric ties Hut look here Kenton I nog you will do me a favor Dont I ay anything shunt this discov ery Let someone else take the news to tho sheriff A moments hesitation antI Ins sontedand remounting our ponilsii we passed out of tho bolt of heavy hammock or swamp forest that borders Muddy Creek andcanter ing up through the open moonlit pine woods soon gained our shanty on the bank of clear Luke Stella For hours that night I lay awake was younger thou nod my thoughts dwelt on time wideopen eyes of the murdered man under the oak eyes which even when I dozed oil seemed angrily to re pronch mo for leaving their hap less owner to the tender mercies of the rangewolves and buzzards me hero explain why I lend IILet to this strange request dear friend nod partner Philip Deveroux Pedro Martinez a Cuban settler j in our remote Florida township was the father of a very lovely laughter mud at tho sumo time tho possessor of a very handsome grey saddle pony Tho former Dovoreux was deeply in love with the latter was wildly coveted by j Ed Hart a young cattleman fromII adjoiningcountywho frequent ly passed our WilY with boasts for the Tampa market Six months before the ditto of my story Hart had appeared at tho Martinez place with n fast nod very pretty little bay mare and had actually by many desperate lies and false swearing induced Martinex to don trade an exchange of which the old man got all tho worst for time little bay speedily proved utterly unsound and untrustworthy with novor a thing to recommend her but Lor looks Tho hotblooded Cuban naturally rosenting this ar rant swindle sort a message to Hart requesting him to set the mutter right To this ho got a sneering evon insulting reply which so infuriated him that both from 0rs would he trouble whoa swindler and swindled should meet Mur tinez was a dangerous man when aroused and quite reckless of con sequences So it may be easily imagined t whom our suspicions jumped whoa we discovered Harts corpse and equally tho anxiety of Deveroux relitIAtwr night not bo branded as the slay r Understand we know nothing ni tho facts of tho killingwhoth it had been a fair fight or as we feared more likely an assassin shotl from tho depths of tho brush In t 1J h nu the first caso public opinion as it then was would have so far i acquitted the survivor that he i would not even have been asked to undergo time formality of a trial i In the second what is in the grimlydesignated i would be time likly result Next morning Devoreux who was poor fellow 1 naturally restless and uuy i easy rodo over to tho Martizor place where tho very firstAthing that met his eye was time bone of i contention the grey pony con tentedly cropping the liorniuda grass behind the rails of the cow pasture Cicero Martinezs negro t umid informed the visitor that on going down early to water tho stock ho found the little beast ov idently waiting to he let into his old quarters Old Martinez was about as usual in his blue jenny i and steeplocrowned straw Ho was queer and surly in his man nero though his face wore its usual look of impassive repose After a few rather pointless remarks Dev ereux made some excuse and turned 1 homewards without so much as i single word with Isabella It was the busy season on our oraiigogrovo and day after day we worked on at tho steady round ploughing hoeing mind fertilis each morning nervously expectant of hearing from our color ed hands of the discovery of the remains of the wretched Hart But the news never camo and when one night a couple of weeks later we nervously ventured along tho i Crook track no signs of tho body f were visible beneath tho liveoak The wolves awl buzzards lull well done their loathsome work f Gradually matters worked hack i to the old routine Deverettx again i took to spending his leisure even fogs in the society of Isabella Martinez I too using them for I no PV IJEAPANAM Tho illustration herewith shows This is an architocturalornament of sign It makes the northern boa as a screen separating time Exposisi dent to the traffic of steam rail grounds upon the northern side a massive towered entrance at eachI tho fishing and shooting that had always times been my favoraito pas I Martinez had substantiated ajji claim to tho grey pony by a judi cious payment to tho county au thoritioa as represented by the sheriff Harts disappearance I owing to his having no relatives in tho state had passed almost un noticed amongest our scant and busy population Some four mouths had passed bywhon ono evoning niyold hound Rip treod a coon in a hollow cypress on tho edge of Muddy creek not fifty yards from the spot where wo had found Harts body In the excitement of the chase I gave not a second thought to tho locality but eagerly set to work to smoke out my quarry stuffing into the hollow trunk bundles of smoulder fug grass and Spanish moss j Whilst thus engaged tho stillj i j I ness of the dusky forest was broken softt I ground of tho feet of a loping pony Glancing up the last clear rays of I approacho ing down the creek track the gre pony with Martinez in the sad dle Convinced its I was of the old mans guilt a vague wonder seized me at his hardihood in passing thoI very scene of his crime oh the self same animal which had borne the murdered man On they came till opposite theI groat liveoak when suddenly the ft grey stopped short checked on to its haunches and that seemingly not by his riders hand With n curse Martinez raised his heavy animallheavilyI little brute roared roll amejj I apparently unable to force his way 11 past some to me invisible obstaj cle Martinez a splendid horse I man sat for a moment or two firm I as n rock Then as I impelled by I somo unexplainable emotion hurried I towards him I could plainly i seo a ghastly change overspread his face tho reins slipped from I his limp fingers and ho dropped to the ground as though stricken by a thunderbolt i Before I could quite reach the If spot tho pony had wheeled mind ff galloping furiously homewards in i nn instant disappeared up thoa iud ing train ii The fallen man lay huddled at till foot of tho grunt oak In the trunk above him was visible yet unhoalcd the white score of a hen vy bullet Tho curious resemb lance between his attitude and that of the former victim struck mo most forcibly as I raised the hOlly I und unsuccessfully did my boat to I restore animation Tho frozen horror in tho glaring wideopen oyes i absolutely terrified me and I kept i glancing round into tho deepening shadows with a positive dreadI of what might enlarge from tho stir rounding leafy depths t A very few miimtes convinced mo that Martinez was quite il sd t Yet what could be tho cause The I full on the soft ground was a mere nothing neither was there any sign II of kick or blow I loft tho ill omened 1 spot and hurried home afoot where by good luck I found Dovereux and told him what hadI occurred He was all anxiety for his sweetheart and suggcsteu that whilst he went over and prepared II KKICAN EXPOSITION the western end of tho Propyhea very beautiful and imposing de nasty of the Plaza and is designed from the noise and smoke inci ways which pass the Exposition rho Propylaa is 500 feet long withi endIher for time shock I should bring tho body in This with the aidof a negro hand and our light spring wagon I did and by ten oclock the unpleasant task was finished Next day was an inquest and the verdict given Death from natural causes but as thoro was no doctor in roach wo were as far as ever from understanding tho actual facts of the case Privately I felt sure that could any of the jury have seen those dreadful staring horrorfilled eyes before they were finally closed their opinion would more likely have been Death from sheer fright And now comes the sequel which is to mo more ofa mystery than what has gone before Shortly af ter her fathers death Isabella Martinez and Phillip Dovreux were quietly married and sullied down on the Martinez homestead My old friend and I still however saw a good deal of one another mud about once n month would ride together into Fort Harney the coun- tY town whore wo transacted our business and generally had a pleas withysome of our countrymen It was an August evening that wo two started on a return ride from Fort Harney I was on old Texas Devoreux on the grey which was now his favorite mount All the afternoon a series of brief bu fierce thunderstorms had rolled up from tho gulf and passed rumb ling away toward timeI Atlantici JI Tho creeks and sloughs with tho recent torrents hrimmodII I us from our usual road IitrailIit year ago It Irious moon bursting through the I vanishing crack of sullen cumulus I lighted us on our way Ve forded a the crook and both instinctively iii pressed our animals to a sharper jn pICO tho groy rapidly outdistanc ing my less wollbred mustang i About the great liveoak ho was t lending by perhaps somo 70 yards And then as ho passed the ill omened spot once more Deverouxs I mount began plunging and kicking f furiously nod a moment later frantically bolted his rider still in the saddle Spurring on I folIi owed hut only to loso sight almost immediately the pair rime track entails visible on tho wot yellow soil led me along tho road to tho j Martinez homestead and I pressed on as fast as my weary henst could i curt me Just at time top of the slope where the hammock gave way to open pine forest a great patchof silver moonlight glistened on the moist soil and there I found my I poor friend and in lless time than is taken to tell iit sprang down and raised his head Thank iod though stunned he was at least olive and I soon came around Hut ho yeoman to have sustained n severe nervous shock and kept raising hs hand to laic neck as if it pained him Not a word cmld I get out of him so lifting him into Texas saddler soon had him homo at Luke Stella when I dosed him with brandy and made him bathe his head in cold water Suddenly he turned to nc abruptly and said Fenton do you believe a dead I man can have power to harm a i living ono 1 Not knowiLg what to say I kept silence and ho went on As sure as I live just as I passed i the oak someone or something sprang from the shadows into the saddle behind mo clutched me with icy fingers around the neck and began slowly strangling me Tho pony as you saw milted buttt it was not till I lost consciousness and fell from his back that thet horrible grasp was slackened III dont know what it was nor do I want to but this I do know that never again will I ride thett grey I Ho was quite right for tho poorII little beast never appeared thatff night at tho pasture gatoand whontt next day we followed his trail wett found him many miles away lying dead on the odgo of a great gloomy I swampriddcn to death by tho ghost I or fiend that JJ ad ended tho lifo of ono rider and even in death seeme ed still to covet tho cause of thee cutting short of his own earthly lifeGood Times White Man Turned Yellow Great consternation was felt by tho friends of M A Hogarty of Lexington Ky when they saw he was turnitlg yellow His skin slowly1 changed color also his eyes nmlII he suffered terribly His malady was yellow jaundice Ho was treated i by tho best doctors but without benefitt Thou he was advised toII try Electric Bitters tho wonderful stomach and liver remedy and he writes After taking two bottles I was wholy cured A trial proves its matchless merit for all stom ach liver and kidney troubles Only 25c Sold by J Taylor Dayjj Hazel Green or S S Combs it Son Campton drug stores That Little Old Red Steer The celebrated Norris Nolan steor case came up again at Rich mond last week This caso has been in tho courts for years It has been tried several times illI Madison and Jessamine counties and is now sent back from time cir court for rehearing Tho steer in question was valued at 21 tho costs in tho case to date amount to nearly 1000 Winchester Sun- WANTEDTrustworthy men and women to travel and advertise for old established house of solid finan cial standing Salary 780 a year and expenses all payable in cash refert antes stamped envelope Address Mana ger 355 Caxton Bldg Chicago tf True Poetry Although magazine editors and plain editors and general readers ditferI i tho late James Russell Lowell of j Boston and vicinity while perhaps j not tho must exulted of poets wasi competent judge of poetry in its completed form and knew not littlo about its construction from the unmaterialixed idea or germ if Ipootry may bo accounted for on the germ theory What he says of poetry therefore may bo considered to ho nthorntivo and what ho says it is or should be is as follows Pootry should meet men everywhere on the open levels of their common humanity and not merely on their occasional ex cursions to time heights of speculation or thoir exploring expedi lions among time crypts of meta physics With this definition firmly fixed in the tenders mind the appended poem from the Swango Springs correspondentofTHKlLvxKiGiiKKX KY UKUAII will lie immediate ly recognized as a production that would no doubt please the lato Mr Lowell as one meeting all tho ro 1 quiroments demanded by his defi nition TIll poem appears among tho local correspondence of TilE I atahn as given hero 1I1al1 Anil I tell you what Uncle Sum He has nlude our kitchen shine Lee iiitewooil of Mt Sterling Is drinking at the Sprint Anil the praUe of that famous water He just cnntimially sings William Hager has took possession Of his house MI new mild nice Arounil in the Rocky Hollow They are living as smi an mice t ultbnl Craft ami Alonzo Cisco Two bright young men of Hazel Green Were out this way Sunday afternoon But just ask them who all they seen Miss ionic II Combe ofCampion I And her niece Miss Mary Iieratt Were visiting their urandparents Sunday And also gave us a pleasant chat I Some ofour folks went to tlieCaikey church I To hear the Scriptures expounded Which told of the great Salvation Rock On which Gods church iis founded Surely this is meeting men on I tho common levels of their humanity and there is no speculation in it except a wee bit per Imps in tho last line of the fourth stanza neither is there a single exploring expedition into anyof the crypts of metaphysics It is purely Lowellian tyid while the bard of Swango Springs should fool to rejoice in having touched the chords of so true a measure those who contend that there is a J difference between magazine poet ry und Lowell poetry as defined j by him will find great comfort inIIi reading these unaffected unaca demic lines from the simple poet of naturalism William J Lamp ton in New York Times Saturday i Review July 1 1001 She Didnt Wear a lastIBut her beauty was completely hidden by sores blotches and pimI pies till sho used Bucklens Arnica Salvo Thou they vanished as will all eruptions fever sores boils ulcers carbuncles antI felons from its use Infallible for cuts cures burns scalds and piles Curljj guaranteed Price 25 cents atI J Taylor Day Hazel Green oriS S Combs S Son Campton drug stores Tux HAZEL GREEN HEKALD has entered upon its seventeenth yearIj and appeared last week in an en j larged form As we have said for I at least seventeen times we THE HERALD many more wishII usefulness and its editor allllihnppinosslt Xo discovery in medicine has over created ono quarter of the excite ment that has been caused by Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Its severest tests have been on hopeless victims of Consumption pneumonia hemorrhage pleurisy and bronchitis thousands of whom it has restored to perfect health For coughs colds asthma croup hay fever hoarseness and 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J WanteaSDOD menft TO BUY ii Tug Great Wpants 0- H JnA rSOLEF DEALER HAZEL GREEN KY 1 DAY HOUSE mF HAXKL GREEN KY t t N III GRAHAM 1uoltm rot a This honce has recently hccn refurnished and renovated and under the present man auement will continue to maintain the high- mputaliun heretofore accorded it for hOIlI- liIc imfortH anti its culinary department The table abounds with the brat the country affords mud the patronage of the public is respectfully solicited Sample rooms fir commercial tourists Livery stable in connection where horses and chides will have the best attention ROSE 5 WHEELERii PRACTICAL BLACKSMITHS AND- WACONMAKERS HAZEL GREEN KY JrInito the attention of t h e farmers of this TI doily to their im = roved facilities JwellJi our specialties patronage spectfully solicited and will be duly reoIpreciated Respectfully Ac iROSE tF 1VIIEELERu A now firstclass cafe for ladies and gentlemen has been opened in time Phoenix Hotel Annex oppos ito tho C 0 depot whore nil the delicacies of time season are served in firstclass style Ladies especially are invited OD PAlKIC P Cln and 1Ire rnp nil 100jCLOCKS AS 1 WATCHES F- I t r la Endless Variety 1100 Upwards Every Timepiece t A Nulls 4warrtulxl L 1 FBED J llFiJTlr C anfacturing Jeweler 511 y 135 E MPia Street w near IJo to it9- Lexington t r Ky 1 Postal Cardwill bring you ilrsired information 1allY a A fi r i jfIi I j jii 0 1I t 1 r x- friJ JICOOPER HERALD Editor 1 1B HAZEL CREEN KY f f THURSDAY July 25 1OlI z +APPOiinQcm nT l Per lase + + or- IWe are anthortjfd to announce KlUAII POSE of Stilluatcr as a candidate for the of Assessor suljeet only to till will 11mec people asexprived it the polls on 1 llar November 51I KU DEMOCRATICl TICKET 11 For State Senator ohh Uilrictj A HOW A 1m STAMPER of ttolfe County For UeprecentativeuL District vt JKrSE P MORRIS of Morgan County TIlE COlXTY TICKET lor Jmlge J V COXOLKTOX For Attorney C C FOLK For Clerk W S TUTT For Sheriff T F STAMPER For Supt ScllOolsT WW TAULHEE For JailerJ 15 LITTLE For AssessorS X HOHIk For Coroner FKAXK SAMPLES ISSrElection Tuesday Nov 5 IJOl Pior Conn is the only man in our community who semis to real izo tho importance of having quick1 connection with the Ohio and Kentucky railroad At least he i n Ithoonly ont who has so far sect ouded our efforts in the matter i and while ho mill time editor of this paper tire doing all they can it will be impossible for us to accomplish much without the cooperation of the citizens of tho community The ipeople here must awake to the im p portance of having an electric or fI horso lino of cars to quickly con nect us with this new railroad and it were better that they do so now titan to wait until the trade drifts away from our town Once gonet r it can only lht reclaimed by greati t totrorts if at all hut if the people t will act now till will bo well It iis j an undisputed fact that we have i one of the prettiest towns in the j j mountains We have a good school here One linked second tonoji r academic institution in the state j and while it has been growing in Ic favor for the past few years un i less we keep abreast with the progress of time period it will decline a in utility In these days of quick connections people will seek other I institutions that are more accossi t ble With a horse car line or an electric line to theOhioifc Kentucky r railroad wo would ho practical ly as well located as if immediate ly on a railroad tumid in many re i poets much better Jut tho peo I plo must get together and show fffa some disposition to build the road a if they want it and if they do not they may as well relinquish all liopo of future prosperity The merchants must certainly realize that unless thor can get quick connection with tho railroad the whaket is there left for thom I There w never before was a case whore so much depended upon tho action ofI tho people dud where tho people manifested so little interest They Iv remind ono of the threadbare II story of the man who was being taken to jail because ho did not provide for his family A comII passionate neighbor told tho au j t thorities ho would give the man ftsomo corn if they would release The individual who was L 1Whim g in time cart raised up1 and Is it shelled I No replied tire 1profferinR fneud1Ve11- drive J on It said the indolent man j Just so with those people appa I rontly If some one will build I r time road they will use th effort is too much i L i plentyIton 12 mouths witha tho local state std general net s it will trimg you tho New York Monthly World y Ia 32pagD magazine with OS colI umns of he choicest reading mut ter it will bring you Good Times r a liternr magazineofhighchess for six mon hs anti last but by no means I ast it will bring you a certificate entitling you to partici pate in the distribution of f15000 in cash prizes Surely time animal must be a hog w 10 would want toy more for his money Subscribe today mill get those good things while thev ar to bo had TO CUKK A COM IX ONE 1 AY Take Laxative promo Quinine Tablets All druggistsi refund money if it fail to cure Src The genuine has L B Qon each tablet SrxuAY was the hottest in time history of the country and at some places tho mercury tried to clunk out the top of the thermometer the tempera turo being higher in Iowa than at any other point A list of places where it registeredi 100 and up follows Middlctown la 11 Keith hur 111113 OtlutiMva la 110I Murray In 110 Burlington la hostI Louis Mo IinS Fairfield li IHIS Paducah Ky 10H ICeoktix la 107 tlmilon la Wi Springfield II lot Davenport la KM Dubinin la Ittl ties Moines 1I111 Omnlia Xelr 1111 Sioux City la 101 Kansas CityMoHH IuiHvillf Ky IIII Chicago III KrJ Indianapolis lUll Ont NVhviileTennlOO lodge City Ia100 Xorth PlatttXblOO Caiio 111 100 i pringlield3G100While mountains suf for manyof the dicomforts of life wo have never yet felt tho extreme heat indicated above and for that wo should be thankful Rr T1tKVl 11LKiXlL1 r 7 = No change in Judge Goodnights condition is reportedIAt Howling Green Josef Higgini botham shut and killed William Hines Prof Robert Bright Walsh has been elected president of Ashland College Owen county republicans nonii nated Lou Roberts a Brown dent ocrat for representative j wl1lthvIRowan county man was assassi hated from unhushITho murdered bodies of two lads were found in a Tennessee pond near the Kentucky line II Another gusher which poduced 100 barrels daily tune in Monday in the Wave county Hold i A big moonshiners outfit was I captured und destroyed in Laurel county one y- lIupkinsyillo last week I capitalists form an j oil company anti lease 25000 acres in Christian and Todd counties I ISilas Taylor a Bowling Groan iI titan was assaulted and robbed one night last week Ho may die Oil speculators are pouring into ij Wayne county Mummy new oil i I 1wells are being bored The latest gusher is a wonder The mandate for the retrial of Caleb Powers was sent to George town Tuesday The case may be docketed for the fall term If Allen Buckles the negro slay jor of Deputy Robert Read in I In r liti county recovers from his wounds he will be lynched Harvey Miller of Harrodsburg has won a suit whereby ho will soon como into possession of 5000 acres of land in Fentress county Tonn ExCongressman T Y Fitzpat rickof tho Tenth district was stricken by heat Monday at his present homo near Frankfort and is very ill In Rowan count Win McXickol Mack Howell and a man named McCormick fatally injured each Mother in n thrcccorncrod fight over a copper cent GooiBrown and was himself fatally wounded Bradford Thomas who played peacemaker is badly in juredProf G lL Boyer has sold his interest in tho Harrodsburg aced only to his partner Prof John C Achcson who will bo solo owner and manager Prof Boyer has not yet decided where ho will locate Tho ladies of Christ Church Guild Lexington havo a plan toII run tho street cars of Lexington tomorrow Friday for charity purposes If the proposition of Mite street car company is accepted t I young ladies wearing white caps will collect faros When yon have head ache or neuralgia try Tnphcno Sold by S S Combs Sons Campton aud f H F Pieratt Hazol Green tf Retrospective Reflections j I Judge Win May and Capt JollI Prater of Salyorsville passed thro town Friday morning last en route j from Campton where they had at tended as delegates the republican senatorial district convention ati that place on mind Meeting the MrThursdayII 1SS4 when the editor of this paper contemplated the revival of time Licking Valley Scorcher at West Liberty Mr Prater mot ua at Mt Sterling when we were c- uRl with tho SentinelDemocrat r and said to us When you go to- Wel Liberty to see those people if they dont talk just to suit you ride over to Salyorsville and I will get up tho 500 you require within IS hours or failing to do so will individually make it good And I dont care what lHlof a paper you print republican democratic or independent tho wo should prefer a republican organ We did not go to West Liberty because just then wo heard that the people of this place wanted njj IomnlllilforIUhwe launched TUB HKUALD and one year after tho late unit Jon Gardner of Sal ersville while in our town one morning counted out Ii 250 upon our knee and remarked That iis yours and I will pay all expense of removing your plant toI Salyersville if you will consent to- go Thanking him kindly for tho compliment he thus bestowed and for his confidence wo told him wo had cast our lot with those peopleI and couldnot thus betray their confidence But when wo realize tine lack of encouragement wo ro coivi from our home merchants awl the general apathy of the people we are momentarily reminded of tho Mistakes of Moses and lam led to soliloquize After all maybe it is for the best and hope which has buoyed us up in the past becons us on Seriously however why will not tho people give us a support suflicient to make them a firstclass paper mid ourself are spectable living Wo have surely proved our fidelity soil if tho peo plo would reciprocate wo would not be forced to skimp or starve land still be unable to pay our obi ligations honestly incurred provediyourIprosI1 II- an earnest advocate Can you say you have done all you could or should in return Aye theres tho rub Grahambread and Coffee Will be the republican slogan in this senatorial and the legislative district At the republican senatorial and legislative convention held at Campton on Thursday last John Coffee of Morgan county was nominated for senator und John Graham of this county but now merchandising at Xeola Morgan county was nominated for representative Tho contending candidate against Mr Coffee was J Wise Hugins a democratic ron egade who having sucked the public teat dry under tho auspices of that party together with two other brothers renigs as soon as choked out That ho was a democrat for revenue only is plainly portrayed It took 145 ballots to declare tho candidate Mr Graham hind no opposition we beliovoI We advise no man to drunk whiskey or any other but to those who do intoxicantI all who need pure icinal purpose we recommend that they patronize the Hagau Distill ing Co Lexington which has an ad in our paper Mr Hagan is aI gentleman with whom it is a plea sure to deal and as he has greatly reduced prices wo ask you to road his ad and send him your ordor DRINK IIAGAXS RYE When people go to Lexington Tired out and very dry They seek at once the Sunny Side And there Drink Hagaus Rye When people leave this mountain clime I know theyll not deny That lis the best there is on earth lad therefore Driuk Hagans Rye Put Slinrkey and Mike Osborn Your wants willsatisfy If youll but give to theta your trade And then Drink Ilagans Rye They ne the cleverest kind of men In business both rank high Youll timid them at the II Sunny Side When you Drink Hagaus Rye FOR SALEA scholarship in the KentuckyUniversity at this office some young man cau save several dollars tf You can never euro dyspepsia by dieting What your body needs is plenty of good food properly di gested Then if your stomachwill Ii not digest it Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will It contains till of tho natural digestants hence must di gest ovary class of food and so prepare it that nature can use it in nourishing tho body and replacing tho wasted tissues thus giving life health strength ambition puro blood and good healthy appetite 11 F PlKUVTT Property holders should bear in mind that J II Nowland of Jackson will soon ho hero with several thousand feet of guttering gal vanized iron gnttoringwhich he is prepared to put up in a work manlike manner and guarantee at lUi cents per foot This is Home thing nearly every house in town needs and thorn will hover again bo a hotter opportunity than nuts Tho funeral of Harry Little will bo preached on tho second Sunday of September atDaysboro instead of tho second Sunday of August as was mentioned in those columns heretofore Tho sermons will be preached by Revs Cord Taylor and laulhell I wish to truthfully state to you and the readers of these few lines that your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is without question the best and only euro for dyspepsia that I havo ever come in contact with timid I have used many other preparations John Beam West MiddlesexI Pa No preparation equals Kodol Dyspepsia Curo as it contains mill the natural digestants It will digest all kinds of food and cant help but do you good IL lF PIKIJATT Kelse Couch who married a daughter of Stun Havens and lives Ion Phils branch is quite sick with phthisic and his friends are very anxious It was said yesterday that his head had opened and he cold not live Large picture frames KJxiO for 85f to 125 sold by others for 250 to 300 Small frames in endless variety Largo mantle mirrors French bevel glass for y25 worth 500 100 mirrors for GOX Family biblu for 125 worth 300 Other valuable arti clos at reduced prices I am clos ing out to quit time business at this Plato Como at onco or you will get loft J T GKVKDOX Hazel Green Ky McNabb Property There will be an ice cream supper tonight at the academy chapel or Bethany lodge A saucer of cream and slice of cake will cost lot single or two for U5 cents Tickets will be on salo this evening at Cecil tC Bros or J MI Rusts Everybody invited To Read Character From the Face To read a persons character from his face is an accomplish ment which few possess but which many would like to have The study is an absorbingly interesting one and has not only an enter jtaining but a practical side as well An article on tho subject willshortly bo published in The j Ladies Homo Journal giving caro ful details regarding tho traits of character indicated by tho differ emit features of tho face- WANTEDTrustworthyI moo and women to travel and advertise for old established houseof solid finan cial standing Salary 780 a year and expenses all payable in cash No canvassing required Give refer ences and enclose solfaddrossod stumped envelope Address Mana gor 355 Caxton Bldg Chicago tf i When you havo head ache or h1SF Pieratt Hazel Green tfIIH It is oasior to keep well than got DoWitts Little Early Ris j ers taken now and then will al ways keep your bowels in perfect I order They never gripe Lot pro moto an easy gentle action I H F PIEUATT ILaltWarning Taxes aro now duo and must be paidor property sold Call to day and settle j i H F PIERATT D S j i IIHonry Pioratt bought all the I picture frames tho agent of tho I Chicago Portrait Co had left over and is soiling them 50 per coat cheaper than tho agent sold them Tho number is limited and if you want ouo youd better movo in a hurry as thoy aro going like hot cakes 52tf TIlE HERALD for 12 months and I 5000 for 100 is a great big bargain awaiting tho mat who can I figure time total vote of Ohio Mas sachusetts and Iowa See Try particulars For 100 you get Tnu HERA- Land a guoss for the 5000 prize a LION COFFEii A LUXURY WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL I IJ Watch our next advertisement I LION OFFEJ coffeeisbusydelivering LION staleWhyPurity and Flavor Please thatIenot glazed it coated or not measures imperfections hidcIevery package of LION you will find fully illustrated and list No housekeeper in fact no man boyor girl will fail to find in the some will contribute to comfort convenience and they may have by simply cutting certain number of Lion the wrappers of our one pound sealed packages which is the only form this excellent is sold WOOLSON CO OHIO KEEP COOL Ladies of Wolfe County 2000 Pairs Boys Linen PantsiWorth Cents a Pair at jULft FTtirR 4OO Mens Linen Suits Price 400 at J j P11r j 250 Beautiful Flannelette s Coats and for Men at lfjrai tI iiVkJ WORTH 500 i These full Tailored and Cut in the Latest Styles Belt Straps and new goods LOUIS AND GUS STRAUS j LEXINGTON KYji I I 1EAIiA sick lady cured of her deafness and noises in the head by Dr Nicholson Artificial Ear Drums gave 10000 to bU Institute so that deaf people unable to procure the Ear Drums may have them free Address No 4lSt The Nicholson Institute 780 Eighth Avenue Sew York 11y- VitaivOre relieve you of all aches and pains Agents wanted Apply to or address with stamp Cooper Hazel Green Ky JOHN III W MAY DAVIS 5 MAY lLM oooaooooaoooooopoooooaoaoaadoHAZEL tltisappmutnity publieCaged a professional luorse shoe r CutumEv ScltoomEYofLexiog inglon Kwhn will cure your horse of stumbling intcrfeiini furI1n e ami they hope to receive patronage of all people who have a humane feeling for the dumb animal We arc also prepared to do all kinds of vehicle building wagons buggies hacks Ac and do nil kinds of repairing Charges reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed in every instance Soliciting your patronage we hope by good work and fair treatment to retain a fair of it DAVIS c MAY CAVEATS TRADE MARKS COPYRICHTS AND DESIGNS Send your bailneu direct to Washington 1saves time costs leu better J HroSot Ie a rtat oee nEE triUalaarmta03t d nUO teatArrimoeorvcnmYcaaa ttaolt8ottaottataPtteaLkIrrrV1U1elnr chirp to t- hIN ENTIVE AGE coDWUC The CO r has I The You will find no stale COFFEE Our 1 motto Strength 6 bear in mind I 1cxiais n article is not with egg mixtures chemicals in order to give a iic better appearance We do need to resort to such we have no to l In COFFEE a descriptive woman list article which their happiness and which out a Hoods front in which coffee sPIce TOLI2DO 25 Former Pants ISuits are bran will Spencer DAVIS J the shire llespectfullv icrrlce V W R CRAWFORD CO Live Stock Commission MerchantsFOR THE SALE OF SheepCincinnati ALSO Bourbon Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY igtjuueuimsenotI CHANCE TO MONEYr I have been selling perfumes for time past j six mouth I make them tin self at home j mil sell to friends and neighborsI lave j made 7l0 Every one buys a hollhlIr ii 50 cent worth of materialI make 1erfume that would cost SiW in drugstores I first made it for my own use only lint the curiosity of friends as to where I pro cured such exquisite odors prompted me to sell it I clear from 25 to 3j per week I I do not canvass people come and send to me for the perfumes Any intelligent per son can do as well as I do For J2 cents in strmps I will send you the formula for mak ing all kinds of perfumes and a sample bot tie prepaid I will also help you get started in business MAUTHA FUAXCIS 11 South Vandeventer Avenue St Louis M- oVANTEDA I bright polite boy who can spoil road and write to learn tho priutera trade 12 to 16 years of ago Apply at this office s uusweredAN APPETIZER i Not a liquor which destroys rfithcr than creates an appetite lint a pals atablo beer which contains 01111uf ltomnchand aids to digest time foo- dLEXIKGTON lBEET does all this does it well dies it daily if you give it a chance LEXINGTON BREWING CO LEXINGTON KY MAKE 00000000000000000000000000 8 EVERY PAIR OF g 8 TIGERS PANTS 8 8i8 STAC 1 SHIRTS 8 8 Arc Iletter Goods Better Made und 5 0 Better Style Than Any Other 0 8 For Sale by J Taylor Day 8 0 1 8 HAZEL GREEN KYJ 0- 00000o0000o000000o00000000 TlR J M WALDECK Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY Solicits the patronage of the pedple of Hazel Green and vicinity and will jimiwcr profrksional calls day or nigut ObsUtricka specialty I ttI i I Ier r- c 1 1z cm t1 1 l ScrofulalFew are entirely tnx from It It mry derclo so slowlyI as to rAtsc y little If any disturbance during the whole I I j 1periodI of clilldlux It may then pr nlico irregularity of the stomach aiiJ l WlIo dyspepsia catarrh and marI tendency to consumption before minlf lstiiis itself In much eutalllOui i eruption or slamUilir swelling I It is best to be sure that yon are 1IIIIteI free from it anl for its complete eradication you ran rely on Hoods Sarsaparilla t k The best of all medicines for alt humorsI THE MESALD Asa 1icratt and wife of Kel wore visiting in ttown Sunday Sam Wilson is lpainting tho Rose school house on Lacy creek this WlHk Horn to the wife of Ellis John son of Lacy creekon Monday night a girl Mrs1 Ellen Swango and daughter Visa Dora are attending till tout mooting at Canny Jimmie Perkins of Lacy crook received a sunstnko on Monday while working in tho harvest field t BE SURE that your Mood iis rich anti jituv The lifst blood purifier cnrichcr and vitalizer iN Moods Str n parilla Be Miro to GET HOODS W G Franklin representing II Krish Co Cattcllsi url was in town Tuesday interviewing our merchants on the price of groce ries Jolla tt Davis and wife visited Ezt1 Sunday and brought home their little son Clyde who had peen visiting there for two or three weeks Groenbtrry Uobinson last week sold to Willie Clark of Toliver 11 acres of land lying on waters of Red river for about x15O in a tradingway Henry Ward anti Curtis Rose at tended the hall game at West Lib erty on Saturday last and report that the game resulted 53 to 1 II1 I in favor of Ezel I Mrs Southoy Lacy of Lacycreek left on Sunday for Powell county where she will visit her father and mother Ambrose SwangoandVife j for a week or so A bad complexion generally ni suits from inactive liver and bowels In all such cases DeWitts Little Early Risers produce gratifying ro suits II F Pr Kit ATT W T Swango shipped a car loadI of hogs to CinciLnati yesterday consigning them to J F Sadler tC Co live stock merchants whose ad appears in this paper At a meeting of tho trustees o Hazel Green held on Friday night tho 10th inst J Mason Ingram was elected town marshal and ho is now collecting tho taxes George McClain wife and sister i Mrs Eliza Easter left for their respective homos on Monday Mr McClain lives at Stillwater Okla J homa and his sister at Paris 111 The piles that annoy you so willIii j j j ho quickly and permanently hoalodlI if you use Dewitts Witch Hazel1 counIterfeMisses Lena and Lilio Paulof Mt Sterling daughters of John Paul of that placo who aro imw visiting hero paid our oflico a cullI on Thursday last to see tho paper I I printed Wiley Perkins whose illness has j been reported in our columns con ti Dtr Thomas of West Liberty is i jsociated in the case with nowI Nickell II E Oney loft on Tuesday for Perry Oklahoma with the vim t1 1d toflocating thoro if ho can secure n suitable situation His uncb Jell Stophonson lives there whom ho will visit for a time Dr John A Taulbeo and his sis tor Mrs Holliday neo Lane Taul bee loft last week for Oklahoma Perry being tho objective point which place they purpose making thoir permanent residence They wont via Morehead John Henry Ferguson the sawmill man and his wife called at THE HEKALD oflico Saturday was tho first Limo Mrs Ferguso- was ever in a printing oflico an tho art of typesetting was quite a mystery to her f Those famous little pills Df Witts Little Early Risers comp your livor and bowels to do th rh duty thus giving you pure r c blood to rocuporato your bodyxe- asy to lake Never gripe H F PIEKATT 1LL t- Ta t i I Teachers Institute The Teachers Institute for county convened at the thisII chapel in Ilnzol Green on II Clay Lacy superintendent of schools was made chairman find I Kelly Knsh elected secretary The instructors wore Prof Gi Milton Elam of Lawrence county assistw wl by Prof Wm II Cord of Hael Green thinhteachers in attendance Name Iostoftiee amplonNo1 u 1 No I I C Ilollon Campton uuptonNuCamptonNoi c No S Joel Cox Torrent j No 9 Lilian Evans I Inel Green j No Iin IP 15 Cope Stillwater I I CamptonNoI No 13 Daniel Mctininn CamptullII No 1 II Ava Swnngo Hazel Jreen No 15 W Hi 1Dean handsaw No If IV L Terrell Vortex j No 17 Xerilda StMvell Lane No IS Pearl Taulbee orhxI o No II Kullie Itailcy Cain jtoti No i jo No 21I John Swango Maytown No 22 Callie Ttitt Campton No 2U Hortha Sample Hazel Green No 21I Myrtle Johnson Hazel Green No 2i Mrs Alice Amyx Daytdwro 11 No 25 O H Swanpo Hazel Green No 27 1E C hash Lnndsaw No 2S ICelley Kasli Landsaw No 2iI Uoseoe Well tillwattreNo 30 IL II Taulhee Vortex No 31I Taylor Shockey Lee City No 32 J1 11 Iteytiolds Campton Xo 31 LOll Ward Hazel Green No 31t I S IL Kaxli 1IIIIIawINo 3 iaKOM Lee City No 3i lLO jin Shockey Lee City No 37 D 1V Taylor Campton No 3St W L Byrd Campton No Wt S H Nickel Sellers No 10 Mrs Minnie hay lames Hazel Green No II Will L Kash IIindsaw No I12 Stella Hurst Landsaw No I Taylor Hurst Peartree No III I Taylor Sewell Lane No lr G C Hanks LanetNo ltt Lillie Rave Hazel Green No 17 ID II Kash Landsaw No IS tKTo Settle the Senatorial Contest- To the Precinct Commit letmen of Wolfe County There is a dispute between A 11 Stampor of Wolfe county nude J J Hampton of lreathitt county I as to which of then is the nomiII nee of tho democratic convention held in Hazel Green on tho 5th dayof lone 1SKH to nominate ahh democratic candidate for the JJlth t senatorial district of Kentucky t composed of thecoutiesof BntthII itt MagoHin Morgan Owsley and Wolfe to be voted for at time No vember election 1901 Now 111ii pursuance to a call of tho district chairman you are hereby notified that a meeting of the democratic precinct committees ofall tin counting of said senatorial district isi called to bo hold at West Liberty j j ion Thursday tho 8th day of Au gut 1001 to settle said dispute at which time and place each of you thatfcommittee to settle that dispute between the contejtcnts and de tormine which Otto is time legal nominee of said convention It iis very necessary that each ono be II 1NG0iChairmrn convention Wolfe county democratic In changing our paper to it present size and getting out an ex ton edition we forgot to unto th fact that the photographs from 1which the cuts in our anniversary j edition wore made wore taken by M B Taylor tho photographer who was recently here We regret this very much and now publicly apologise to Mr Taylor for ou negligence It requires a first i class photograph to make a good1 cut and that Mr Taylor makes that kind is proved by tho cuts in our anniversary editionII Cecil Bro aro soiling IiHenry sugar at 7JX per pound only for 10 or moro pounds extra C sugar at Gay Arbuckle coffee at 12f and a good Scoffeeat the now store and save money Cheap for cash and no credit un der any circumstances is our rule Jesse P Morris tho democratic candidate for tho legislature from this district was in town Tuesday Bricto Stacey of Caney Tho visit how over was a purely business out and had no political significance whatever iiaiiiia 1NcUBAdwhere it b hot all the year rounds Emulsion sells litter than any when else intheworkL So dont stop taking loseitwhat you Send for a free sample CheraltleIO4SPearl yx and jtoo alt dtnq itrs l a = kJp rtYNEWS NOTES 08To insure insertion corrcsV ItMondaythat nearby on Monday morning j lour I correspondents are derelict in duty and we want to say that henceforth they j will not receive papers except for the I eek they have news letters We areii I dependent upon them for the news andt when they fail to send in their favors they put us to great inconvenienceI SUNNY SIDE It Tho iiistituto at Jackson will i convene August the 5th Grant Lacy of your town apont Sundaywith his parents Miss Ltiln Tnulbco was a pleas visitor at this plnco Wodnes- nightItIt is our principal hlnckberriII Among tho occupationIfIf at tho instituto young friend Taylor Hurst of Pear free Brcathitt countnFishing on Sunday seems to beB quite out of place to a civilized but it comes under our observation every SlIIulayI Camel Razor and Harry Gardii colored are cutting II E Onoys grass this week They seem to think it hotter than last year They have cut the sumo piece for three yearti Collie Oney loft Sunday for Oaky daleIireathitt county preparatory I to begin her school near that place Monday She has a goodschool and a nice place to board and 11 good mule to ride whoa she wantsII go anywhere and with all these j advantages success will surely crown her efforts We miss Callie Home is almost vacated That dear boy who has been moro thou a brother to us left arly Tuesday morning for Okla i homa Oh I it was so hard to give him up everything seems so lonely without him Some say that shadows grow bright if we can just have patience and wo pray God to give us patience to see this bit ter cup pass Good by my dear brother till vo meet again We itt IImlt11yIIII soon deporteJuly 23 SUSIE SUNKEAM I LEE CITY 1 A M Xickoll is tho sick list is weekIIII weokII IIhoUtiful I III just opposite tho Allen house Dr Carroll and Price Rose leftii Saturday for Oklahoma prospect ing for a claim among the rediI i oleo Grant Reed tho professional I banjo picker stopped and picked some beautiful tunes for ye scribe one day last weeks Miss Myrtle Whitoaker who has boon visiting her sister on thee head of Red river returned homo Tuesday IIaggio and Curtis Rose the daughter and son of Jon Rose were visiting friends and relatives Saturday I and Sunday employr I ed to teach the Lee City school left Monday morning for Hazel 1Green to attend tho institute- A fino picnic is pending at this placo at tho arrival of tho first passener train that runs to this placo Everybody will bo respect fully invited through THE lIEU ALD So got toady for a hot time and keep your oye on Tutu HERALD 1The contractors of tho Ohio Kentucky railroad have finished laying the steel and have taken their tools away So wo expect to have goods shipped to Leo City by the first of August for tho princi pal of the City Bargain store has really ordered a now lino of goods which he says will please custom cts in quality and more in price Tho news that reached here last Thursday night was most distress ing to the mother and wife of Mat Slono of this place that ho had been shot and Bounded four times twice through the arms and onco through the point of tho lof shoulder and tho fourth one illy I bolow tho right nipplo passing outl within ono inch of the backbone on the same sido This shot was supposed to havo boon fatal al though tho presumption at present is that ho will recover Ctcsar Hurst who did the ahootingclaima that ho did it in self defence July 23 Cow BOY lt L ISBOOflllG AT CAHPTON I I that Place Shoots I Tat Sloan in Fonr Spots But I Sloan Still a Survivor On Thursday night the iSthjI Caesar Hurst of Campton shot Mitt 44- Sloan of Loo City wounding him 44-4- in four places Tho trouble to best of our information origi nated about as follows Sloan Is who was drinking had been shoot ing his pistol and defying the au thorities all the evening About 11 oclock that night he called at residence of Capt Hurst and inquired for Caesar Ho was told 4 that he was not in and requested 4 to make known his business He replied that there was a little mat 4 fur between he and Ciusar that he desired to settle and answering I importunitioHof Howard Fulks 4 wont away with him After 4 a quarter of n rule he told 4 he was going buck to town did so En route ho met Ma 4 Copt to whom he said I am 4 drunk lingo you tako my pistol 4 take care of it with which 4 remark ho handed him a pistol ut whether it way the only one4 he had is n matter of conjecture 4 14that4 ing the afternoon Cesar Hurst j and two or three others were ouI the court house yard corner oppo situ tho Combs House when Sloan i Ofl4thoou plied Why well enough I reckon 4 Taut Sloan continued to advance q and when close up to Cesar ho re peated tho question and received a liky reply Then tho shouting be- 4- gan and when it was over Sloan 4 remarked Boys he has killed me and I had nothing to defend my 4 intoIthe Combs House and no pistol found upon him But next morn ing a fiveshot revolver was found in tho corner of tho yard near where the parties had been stand ing and it was reported that it was Sloans pistol This he denies and wo are informed that no proof establishing the filet of its owner ship has been produced It was at tarot thought Sloan would dio from his wounds but insteadi ho is like ly to recover Hurst was not arrested 4 Tho examining trial when 44- I ver it be hold will probably bring 4 out further facts as it is said they had proviousl had somo trouble 4 IN8verurnacandJoatShdigestive Ends Hoods blood Wool Hoods PillsI are mild anti nonlrritatlnc IResolutions of Respect We the selected by tho Landsaw Sunday schoolof Wolfe county Ky to draft resolutions i of respect on tho death of our dear classmate Mirandai Combs daughter of Nathan Combs and wife submit tho following WHEREAS Amid the great unit changing scenes of life we are forced to pause and drop a tear caused by the death of our dear associate Miranda Combs Resolved That we deeply mourn her death and feel that we have met the loss of a faitbful friend worthy associate and true member and that we extend to the bereft family our deepest sympathy Resolved That a copy ofthese resolutions be sent to TILE HAZEL GIUJEX HERALD for publicationDORA 1STKLU1 onMACTIIAERNE LAXDSAW J DoWittsWitchHazoISnlvoshoultlbo and scalds It soothes and quickly heals tho injured part There areI worthless counterfeits be sure to get DeWitta H F PIEKATT R J McLin accompanied byI John Evans loft on Monday afternoon for Frozen creek whore MrI McLin will this week open a stock of goods in tho storeroom he re cently hind built on Hampton tract of land Mr McLin will get out from 5000000 to 7000000 foot of timber and it is estimated that it will take him two or thrco years to do so From his store ho will1 furnish the hands thus engaged with thoir supplies IDr Taulbco requests us to say that all who are indebted to him must como up and pay him atI onco Ho needs the moony andI has indulged them just as long as he can If they dont pay him and acpay counts in the hand of an attorney for collection and theyll havo t pay costs He will take any kill settlet oht his pa his dobts and if they will help himI do that it will be satisfactory- WASTEDAn I agent in every county in Eastern Kentucky to soilI White Sowing Machines Hustling men aril the only kind thin l need apply and to them I can of fer special inducmcuts Write to J T GEVEDON 4243tf Hazel Green y 4JICopyrighted by Press Publishing Association i 15000INSCASH Be THE PRESS PUBLISHING ASSOCIATION will give SI15000 in Cash Prizes to tthose making the nearest estimate on the combined OfficialI Vote i Iof Ohio Massachusetts null lowaJcast for Governor November thr 1001 i fRECKON IN OHIO AND IOWA WlAT YOU ESTIMATE 2 q the time SI by the by the the the cent sr ceive winch1 will entitle stun ill the of the J11 in you send Be to write alto As soon your send you your you anv your may many wilds time each To aid in their the data The combined Ollicinl Vote in these three State in 1 111 J 7lWl- I1 i Is1 increase liili percent 18l 3 ltiiVJ 101I ISM 510 1815 l574r 2 increase 277 1SUG l2i71S 2221 18J7 15721011I decrease 18JO ISis 1 lr25Ji a 225ulSJJ lOnattSU increase TSt IUO 1888II The certificates of the Secretaries of the States named showing the Combined Uflicial Vote will deter mine who are entitled to the prizes and the awards will made within day after the Oilieial Vote is known The will publish the names and addresses of the successful Estima as soon as announced Statement of A lungs President the Central Savings Hank Detroit I that the Press has deposited in the Central Savings Bank Detroit Midi for time express purpose of paying the Prizes in their Contest the Combined Official Vote of the States Ohio and Iowa and that this fund used for no other pose President Central Savings Bank Detroit Michigan IS you You FREE orders I you This all the and digests all kinds food gives instant relief and never falls cure allows you to eat all the food you want most sensitive can take it 13y its many have been It cant do you 1The il I Mt Sterling Kyj BErnCSKoT8I Coat Importers Dry Goods Notion and Goods We the well known PanUand Overall Hold orders until you ten bier i on 25c Estimate the total vote in these three combined for Governor and send your estimate ad1 subserip tiou to the GREEN HERALD and yon will receive a certificate which will You to participate in distribntionof to awarded PUB LISHING ASSOCIATION of De Itroit 1 itch to those making the estimates of the Vote for Governor in States of Ohio Mas I sachusetts and to determin ed held on 5th day of November IDOLij We have made with PRESS PUBLISHINGI CIATION of Mich to en f amounting to 1 5000 every one who sends us GREEN subscription HERALD XOTICgi ia rertiiirnte to participate distribution 11II subseriItioiis l 1iIHitcI Ju genii i yoursubscription also yourIi E11hrnYOUR ESTIMATEI I careful name 1 estimate as plainly as possible as we subscription AVO will a certificate of the PRESS PUBLISHING ASSOCIATION OF Ml containing estimate which will insure prize estimate PublishinbAsscertificates as subscriptions to HAZEL GREEN HERALD 9FClub raisers will a certificate fur subscription obtained ti1iLUinLE INFORlL TXONa subscribers forming estimates we furnish followiiiD wets lf hit 1decrease IIl388iII IItitilllII lie 30 HAZEL CREEN HERALD tors W of Michigan JIQceJyr COMiiy Publishing Association SI5OOO of Massachusetts can be pur J1c1 7 KadolDyspepsia preparation of digestants It to It use of dyspeptics ItohyEeilEw1TT000Chlcagoy I LYNCHBURG VA of To Given AWDU J 2000000w HAZEL = PRESS Olhcial election Detroit 1nrtici1lateinprizes iuaUUItTwelve Mouths HAZEL address receive receive AWARDED AS FOLLOWS OOOTooooTo I To time nth g oo- To the lith 100 To the ith joo 75ToTo the j liOToTo the next nearest 5 5 each=710 To the next I100 nearest 5 4 each=G40 To the next 5 3 each=540- To the next 200 2 each=100 To the next 2HQ nearest 1 each =2jO Total prizesamotnmting to SI28OOl- a to th Special1resTo the person making the correct estimate July jbetweenTo the person making the nearest correct between August 10th and September 10th 70000iiTotal 1000 amounting to In case of a tie or where two or more tors are equally prizes will be divided equally between them IPq- y+ 1ILANK + Ca- i Name i Town t State My Estimate G THIS EOF GREATEST OFFERS ErREMFMRERg THAT IIyEyoRR is+++ 5 QQQ a QQ- JIJTTIIK s CASH MUST Tho HAZEL HERALD a 1PAGE 2SCOLUMN PAPER costs only SIOO A YEAR ff got tho Cortifiricate ABSOLUTELY i Address your to SPENCER COOPER Hazel Groon Ky Digests what eat contains ofI The stomachs thousands troublesthhelpIbut good botlocontAlnl KE HARTFIELD Headquarters ij CUCCENHEIMER and Jobbers Fancy manufacture BEATSALL your MASS DO States entitle nearest Iowa ASSO your he PRIZES TO BE 10th 142 ISO nearest nearest 997Aililitiun nearest before prizes correct SimSVIUPTION THE GREEN Cvr- J rThe Only High Class 1 Monthly at 11 a Year in the 0 World DQdrJdQQ 15000 be be i arrangements DKTHOIT ion OlhIOOOOO J I J tL1imes i z- MOH Hlf c Sixteen Pages Fear Columns to the I Every page Magazine Pare in itaelf each department edited by one who knows how every number amine of informa tion and entertainment CONTAINS TIlE FOLLOWING DEPARTMENTS One Short Story Biographical Tid Bits Popular Science Amateur Photography All the Comforts of Home The Family Lawyer Department of Health The Editors Half Holiday The Quiz Club ptixe question department The Old Curtiosity Shop Sports Oames and Pastimes Home Study The Coming Generation The First Thousand and What to Do With It practical success department The Story of the World When the Days Work Is Done I Staplt Copi ttr Uw Asking jidirtii I GOOD TIMES Columbus O I I i K1ho above magazine free for IG months to now Hernldjflabscribers r Get Your Piintii at THE PUD Ofee b iL l 7ff rrr 1 CURRENT EVENTS Tho wonderful sr OM he yatcht Constitution olc Vi lint evon snobs may know enough to Imild a bout o O ITheI 1 Ihas towhear on him by the protected in terests and has agreed to abandon his otforts in behalf of reciprocity Of course no real republican ever supported so monstrous a proposi tOM as the removal of the tariff on goods on which the trusts were robbing the country o o a The at iimns of the attacks of tthe Now York papers on Wills Moore head of the weather lureau for making an alleged prediction that he never made iis shown by their refusal to print his denial of the sautefile o J controversy as to who wrote the Dowoy order i iof little mot ment Of course Crowninshield wrote it constructively because he sordcrulI Sampson destroyed the Spanish licet because he ordered it destroyed Next o o o A hidebound ISritish correspond ent says that he saw four wounded men murdered on the tield after a battle by the nOIrs Yt his story shows that he had tied hours before and was mills away at tin time J c o Now people an developing the O golfing pine It must be a first cousin of our old friend the bi cycle back o o o Perhaps General Sickles wanted to Ije Commissioner of Pensions himself u Minister1 Conger should explain those charges against members of the American legation for looting brought by Sir Claude Macdon aid the Pritish minister at Pek ing jj- U j- o a Can any one explain why the unused war revenue stamps should not be simply redeemed over a counter instead of requiring dollars nUll dollars worth of red tape to get rid of them o o 0 Notice to millionaires remem her the old coachmen troubles and dont let your daughters fall in lovo with your automobilists o a 0 Pulls in politics dont always pay notably in the case of the Seventh National bank Hut then sifter all the bank lust its in lluonce when Perry Heath re signed front the postollice department o o One curious thing about Phila delphia is that Mr llothcrmol the district attorney seeks to stake all his chances for doing good on his being reelected Why doesnt he Act act in the Iliving present 0 o Why not send Funston to China to scoop in the Empress Dowager and end this situationo When theOhio republicans made their platform they evidently for got that there have been several r lynching of negroes inside their own state recently o o 0 It is suggestive that most of the southerners who advocate reform in democratic principles are those who votod for McKiuley last full o o 0 Ifa republican has to be elected to the senate from Illinois we put our money on Controller Dawes Ho is a clean honest straight forward young fellow with surprising ideas about public dei coney 0- The growih of the Christian En deavorers is astounding In twen ty years the order has increased from nothing to a membership of 3 four millions o o4 0 1A Louisville woman has sued tho Telegraph Company because one of its messengers ran into her whilegoing rapidIalongthestrcet Evidently the boy was oil duty o o n And yet there is actually a school of scientists which hobrSTJialTriHsJ sun is losing its heat 0- a There are a good many politi cians who wonder why the correspondents will persist in looking at fiem through tho prong cud of the opera glass I A A Poor Millionaire Lately starved in London because 1 j j I I I i i I I l i j i t jI j t j i I I I j I J I 1 wi i i I i I i l I ii ifI It j IIIII I j I I I i I j II I ii j I j I I j I I Hugaqst I Whiso1g 1 IrreDIRECTFR- OM DISTILLERY TO CONSUMER I JII l wm YL sa JUGSx s Hagans Old Rye or Bourbon 4 years old per gallon 200 Hagans Old Hyo or Hourhon 0 years old per gallon i fikk 1Hagans Old Hye or Bourbon 7 years old per gallon 7fR tL Hagans Old Rye or Bourbon s years old i per gallon ilOO 8r L rIr L IE WHISKEY IN CASES tP We will send 41 full quarts of Hagann Rye or Bourbon 10 yenta I old for jam 0i full quarts for 50or 112 full quarts for 1000 packed in plain case no marks with corkscrew mind etched glass express charges propaid We do not prepay express charges on whiskey under 3 per gallon SSw WA r DRINK HACANS RYEI IS whiskiosIl I i WOIl1200 Bond it Lilian 4ji Iit 000- I Le and it Lilian 5s1p tt111N1 bund it Lillurd5s nui fr 0 Old Tarr He I12 bottles per case 1000 i 0 bottles per case 500 I Ashland 5s 12 bottle per case 1000 0 bottles per case 500 j Old Elk iis bottled in bond and also free the other whiskies am 0lOr bottled tree only You run no risk whatever in wending us your order We guarantee every shipment wo make to he exactly as represented If goods are nut entirely satisfactory HhipI thom back and your monoyI will be refunded Wo do not ship goods C O ID Please make tell remittances payable to The Huguii Distiliing Company References Tho Lexington City National Hank or Stoll it Co largest distiller in State CoIUn IJm ft Vii7bmrmrYml U iif ll IHOLESALE CJROCE S91VIPiIN STREET9 LEXINGTON KY 0 lriie patronage of mountain merchants is respectfully solic ited 1111111111ortllJrs will have prompt I1ltentionI DAYfrIDEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE HAZEL GREEN KY everJjlargOIyou lorbuy because you will know we undersell HUGHES IMIVTAIIIKi CHilL TONICj Till UL1 UEMAHIK unit tunes I is a Sure Cure for Chills and Swamp and what you tit this Mild Laxative Nervous Sedative Splendid Tonic liT It Dont any lubatltutr At lliEIAItEI Druciflut Sue and HI lluttlet SUCCKSSWOKTII KNOWING Forty vcarn success iu the South proveslJughebToniea great rem eeiy furCitilleiskali malarial fevers A Farm Iwillllcll my farm 159 ACRES IJonsisting of about SOacrcsof wore than half of which is in the rest in good oak timber Good Frame Dwelling of four rooms ana a never tailing water and and stables also two There id a Fine Vein of tho BEST oellSlyI rom which several thousand told each year The farm is half miles from Hazel Green iiargain can be by son cr writing to VM H Hazel Green ley- WINCIIESTER iindt d r KY V H WITIIERSPOON It D 11 Paid Surplus up Capital Handsome deposit of This Bank solicits the chants farmers traders and generally throughout Eastern end offen its customers every the moat liberal terms within cgitimate banking LOOK A STIUCII IN TIMK care H uglies Tonic taste II ISprillJo811 i Malnrial Acts on tin liver nnd up the system tJwell as Fevers Fewer treed season NEVER KAiwa Try take In tor good made k Fever I CO I over WKKKLV but the it is Pull 01 I on it is I i that yoi i i III of Tin New Yurt diligence 14 to n it circu language ii regular sub year IVr l and price of the ocU81yROBINSONPETTET WyandotU Eggs will be nc l SCO use 11011011 STOCK Ky A amid at an REGAIN YOUR HEALTH WITH VITAEORENATURES DOCTOR FOR MANKIND i IT CURES I Rheumatism Diptheria La Crippe i Brights Disease Blood Poisoning Kidney Liver and Stomach Troubles i Female Complaint+ Catarrh and General Debility FROM PHYSICIANS t FOINTAIX ITY Ill II II miters of inxtancrs Vitae ISIII produced rrmarkulile iiirm of e uoumrd incurable anil I hoer Ibuinl watt reliable remedy ill nil rhronie eases eell disease I 11IlIhbe my prolcuMonal lirethren everywhere to test it tit their piney tier and I feel iMuied that none will reitrelI it TI V TAVIOK M II OIHN In That the therapeutic t Meet ol Vita lriiiis I without UIIal is my tumid belief I have tested its virtues ill many iasen and ram re commend it JOHN D MUUUAN M ID Pains In Joints SriuifKY lIST CAN aaI I I hun a little riuuliliild seven vents old who about two mars eon 555e lakwich Pains in all her jaiur ses had they had to carry leer around on pillows tIcrase t be pain she could slut eat war sleep sued drowsy all the time wan white as it shirt and leer joints were so swollen tluit eiiiitiun lead to be used ill moving her I1111111 daughter that IItrue no dustier but knew that it Yjtat did no good it would at leat du no harm MI on my leeoinnieiidation chit took i Iikckage cited ill user week the child was cut HIS to sehool Theie has bien no return ol the trouble oiuce II people only knew hull Ih niueh about 1 itac Ore u her moths r there would steel he a house in Taimda with out VitaeUre always on hood fur an emeiK ney for my part I ieould nut jet ahuijj w itli lUlil My exes have leech troubling me Iii shout six years and taut alter wing Vitae sire they are uonderfullr improved Foi ore Throat and Hums YituiOre eannot be Ibeat It iis a iiodsend Mu THOMAS KINXKI Y Change From 75 Years ol Age to 16 Mr Cooper Maze Green Ky I purchased some of the yitui Ore from you iu the latter part ot Marshand iiltfi taking about a halt pint of tier VitieOn Killer my Sleeves were its steady as when I wus iii years of age and 1sewI now past Tr For more than a year I hail been mute all the patent medicines and nostrums I eouh hear of to build myself upI but nothing did tie any gaud until I used Vitae Ore whiel my wife brought me from your houseMrs twee it a week I1ueut owl and did thret lays as haid uurkas I havrdune iull ran sod I was nut were fatigued than IIInl years ago user ties same work It iis tin grandest laedieine in the world mill IItrans vcrvbidy in the iiiountain IIse kuuw wliai it did leer me so they may try it Hopiii every our who ha that Urcd feeling inci dent to old age will buy Vitae lire ofyou au gicr it a lair trial I remain thankful outs fur putting me on to this remedy JAMKSA IUY- IIIe1II vouch tier every word Mr Lacy says in ties above I am leii wife and bought tin medicine of Mr Cooper fur him though I lid nut lease much faith in it because w had tried so many things that did no good I pare ido used VitaOre and am strongri 1111I in belli r health thus for years which attribute to its Use iMis SoniKY LACY laeyI ereck June I 1WJ1 Bladder and Kidney Trouble IIIIIAIO IlI 1 must sac I never heard tit u case of Iliad der weal Kidney Trouble which wasasbai is twine 1101i1 hud to get tip mow twintj to taeulj tire times a night to urinate will burning pain 1 had been troubled will this disease tier about eleven years I1twos treated and examined a Luspitadand hat liner or livei dilleient kinds of medicine Iron the doctors which did me no good I trier various putout medicines and doctors with I Vi-taOreusIusedmi till years of nge mill feel as well as whei wits 30 years old There is one thing ahum VitaOre which 1 leave observed and that is it will nut hurt anyone It is gaud fin inyoncs system I know of a lady who west troubled with liidurysued ItladderTroubli lice ten years But after using VitaiOr he iis secede entirely well If anyone want o liniiw if this iis a true statement he car tall and tee me or write to me- JollVKLHTKi 371 N Clark StI None but the brave dare step aside From customs iron rule Tho common mind must follow it Or be esteemed a fool BLUEGRASS + NURSERIES i 0 SPRING 19O1 a Fruit and Ornamental Trees Shrubs Iloccs Grapes Small fruits As paragus Hhubarb and everything fur Orchard Lawn and Garden Prices right TNo AGENTS KM1IXYKI and rock bottom to the actual planter Catalogue on application to H F HILLENMEYERLEXINGTON AN ORDINANCE Te Cbaage Boundary Line of Hazel Greer On motion of J It Davis and seconded without dissenting vote the lollowing line is to be made the corporate liuiiu of the town of Hazel ireeu viz Beginning al John Roses Sulphur Spring on present boundary lint and running southeast with Ova Swangos line to the laud originally owned by Frost Wood thence with floods line and fends to supof blull including his land and to said tjwangos line sets Statu road thtnce crossing the road to II F Pieratts line up the divide to the original town line This ordinance to he published in tier HAXKI GKIEV HKUAII according to law W IL COUI Chairman C B RosE Secretary GETI YOUR NOTKHBAMSKnvelopef Letterheads CstnloRue sale UllU fprlutcd at U RLUodice Copies of this paper may be found on file WWahill the office of our Washington correspond I 5 AFTKK YOU Hot YI TISTK1 ALL XOSTKlTMisI Dltros ANDtHOC only to grow older timidworse try ITEOHEtllC Ore of Lifei1 and learn that it iia the Nest Thing In On or Out of the Earth for the Alllicteltj Its unequalled Anltoptic Tonic Power will remove the Xidu of ill i i liCitia quacknostrum a utaes equals It challenges com i dhctever downed I illIleingl protracted It is a puzzle to tm enigma to the medical student a loon to the afllictcd It contains all the element lacking in pourhcnlthi and htrencth VET gBE Itminlc who have been cured Our will only allow ofa fen J FROM MINISTERS IEIlzt1 MISS Pros I ibrr 1I1 Alter usiti g VineOre finir days my Piles ilisappeaieilI and the llciilini ieaseil Irontinueil if use lor shout tmtrtuorvhsaudI today my NYrvou Prixlration Kidney and iiver Troulilv and Piles art eeeneltliyl II SMITH llrsfox LA- II Iran taken your VileOre Tier about a 1UlIIIII I weal Kidney Trouble Kiv C IL WIISIIS Catarrh lEANIIOIC MlCII Fur a nnniliir of year Millered will Iutarrh ol the Iliad until it finally relished my Sldtnai li seed IKoweJs The least eohl would iuurease my Millerin = sea that 1 sanely ever smelt nerve than three or lout Lour during the niait Fete year ages tin I hiiKit and Iroiiehial Itches Ihiraine IIti id tee uih an extent that my voice was al reeled ami tai IIIIIS nie Ixiiiiiiin di ised1 A veiy moderate list eel1itteeml- td Vl I Ors Oline Las greatly relieved nn iHerio and 1euu nof in heller healtit hails shirr the year IIMt at which time I as eomjielled ill girt up xvork I weijfh sen ponmls more thou 1 have lor man ear andIIJIIIt that a jJri lent and iu llitfiil use it Vl I Iand its ii niiunion re nedien te ill work vomhrs fur the sutlering know it iis tit IIM if VO iucalytn Oil in iinneetiiiii with Vl that lietps mj vile Trust lLrtlgak Ihrnuuh all the damp laiuy weather Jhe iN MI Mihjecl to toiiuhs 1lIhluII1l Pneumonia that we would no pink of being without those articles and Vl OreDime as well and most fnithfull recommend lulu to alllieled people J J SUIItII Foyer Ell IITY L 5II take pietsurt ill tellirtai you what Vita Or leak dune tier me 1LoutI year ago I wa taken sickand my duster aiIIu oin to Late a fever sea he pave me lasts hi gllOlIIthi1 myluupsI I ulde tIces any work on reel lure Ibought a parkas I ViUie mill alter I leel taken it IItuts able t gather my erupt It did nit nore geed than all the medieino I lease ever taken I leave token tierce put kups oit VitueOre stud 1eauI able to earn eau all m t tan work I know that I hearse Ionunip thou so am oiii to give your sreal aim wonderful aweda fair trial as it has alt 111114fgmlI t I Cured at 82 Years tNteEGseN IxiI have had KheiimatiMii and Kidnet Trouble for about a year Hearing of the rums etude hollr VitaeOre I Legate guudLaneaken I have been using it nun fir ahoui our wicks and am almost entirely cured ol sly Kidnev Trouble and it has also heleilmy Itheiiinatism IIseas so bud at times thai I Could nut set down to tie mv shuts haul eau now walk tour or live milts and Steel rid the ellecls of it isouI IJ years old on September 11 JOKIH r KKITMI 10ii ISrowii Stt Was Nearly Dead DALLAS TKXAS I do IowerillI isfiedt that tier VO remedies are the very Lest on earth and this Iisay Irom toyteamsi sperieiiec with them wows tatter dead man as jiossible last winter before I bejian to take 1 ilaOre wad the grave was prefer due lo wheat I sullered I sins feel thirty cars younger and eau do my own work- nu matter how heavy or laurel it way Ile Uithout a doubt it is a wonderful used Itinc JUIIS IoiluErA- Onr 1aekat wake 1 Quart Vlln Ore tlhtr Tu ny tulilrens by mull 91 has LIIII toted by multitudes of J and isi nniverally rndored PIOplejjt of tinioniaU from grateful I1I1Iff limitedspat reproductionI I C = = 7= = c = FROM WOMEN PKCIIIAK MoI ilaOre hits cured ufOIullilutulIi IHaIhsUs1f lIlKAIsiiAW CII AIS ALA JIm ve been lining VitesIre in my family etr sitter Pceemlier IIsleI anil am pleat tol with it as a household remedy IIOUI rut eomnifiid it for Rheumatism Dyspepsia Sore ThroalI wed Kidney Disease in fuel it iis good for eventhing fur which I have used it ills W II WIMIKS Saved Her Life 3- INrliIhIII1tKeelsI eannot praise VilaOre hall high fnoiiLh for iit saved mv life whm all other remedies tad the best uuclor I knew of tfailed IItea select well ami stout main I lived for three months on raw eggs seed gruel and I hen that great and good medieine called VilaOre that IIIak1Ille well when then are as helpless as a new born IulllIle To me as- a reseller I had Catarrh oOlomaeh Ice llaiiiinatiiil of the Kidneys mill Knlarg mile of the Spleen VilaOrei iis also l lw DipidhenaHint Jaundice SATK CKTKI MINN iissiis No doubt you are called upon dully I ftm1ut lilt grtHIilCO lass creugiII for mine unfortunate Lying IIlIalll to leil you c hilt it Ihim dour for me 1 wusirk om year with stoumeh trouble indigestion then ties lallh1 plugged up wed 1 had an able bodied ease mil jaundice on hand The duet would open partially open oeeasion ally awl inspire hope of recovery only lo Ib disappointed by us again elosing IIIS about tier eolorofu newly smoked haw and eiidurel tier tortures of the damned will ai internal ilehing I was treated by a lirsi elass physician Consultation wits held with loves of the most prominent pmelilioners from the Twin Pities Alter taking no y end of iiitdieino aide iy results they told me these was nu help fur lieu but an opera tion 1 had fallen ofl about 7l pounds iu tinsseawrekIuouldnutsitupdlI agent prevailed upon me to tiyjiisl one package ol his r innly He had previously tried h interest me ill it Hill 1 shook him steel stuck lo puscriptions Hut as the duty tide aid it was useless to give lieu any more I told my Rood friend to hi inline some and tuck it as a forlorn hope Having no con luIreitI yesulensthink 1was roiuancing as mutter of tally to you But one package cured me and to I utyliltI tive it ni as I Iuat Ill hut 1 feel just as well MyI indigestion is a tiling of the past and my liver has been attending strictly III business ever since I dont suppose it is a universal panacea hut it my liver ever goes ecu another strike you nay be sure will send lor VineOre CtcIIIlOs Paralysis and Rheumatism ijusrKY ILL I have just visited three of my alllicted friend who are using VitaOre The luri with Paralysis and Uheumalism cats hint himself Ito a brag pull himself up and step the length of it he eau also muse his toes which he has nut beets able to do for years Mrs Smith usuUeier from Dropsy mill Ie male Trouble is doing at well as tall be ex pected The man who was Paralyzed about two weeks ago and could Scot wait or speak so as to be understood raise his right trill took I package III VilasOre and V O Pilli and today he gut out of Isis chair without assistance and walked across the room ho talks now so as to Ihe heardI Jultx IIlSnlItMade a Permanent CoreI- MUANTOWN X e I have used Vitae Ore for a Cancer on my cheek nnd it made a permanent sure after doctors and cancer cures failed I think it will do all things that it is recommended to do W M1 AIIIY LrVITJEORE is 100 a Package Mailed to any address on receipt of price It makes 1 Quart of Elixer Dosel teaspoonful SPENCER COOPER Hazel Green Ky Exclusive Agent for Wolfe Breathitt Magoffin Morgan and Menifee 1iJ F SADLER CoHTEstablished in 1805 COMMISSIONFOR MERCHANTS SALE O- FOatt1ejogsSoep and LAMBS Stock Yards CINCINNATI O Long Illttancc Telephone VEST lot llUnion h advances made upon consignments and sales guaranteed DONT FORGET IT WE MANUFACTURE Rubber StampsAnd Keep on hand Pads Inks amid Stamp Supplies J L RICHARDSON CO I PRINTERe937 West Short Street LEXINGTON KY i iHW INEATLYI 1HIS OurICE MU SAT1SFATTION GUARANTEED IN ALL CAS1S- i Jt i t J w