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At y t frLt 5 tr I iiiih j t 1 1500000 1 ofi I SEE IN PRIZESIII I LUOHOtOOOO OIHOH O J +COUNTY + DIRECTORY + CIllCUIT COURT Third Monday in January Fourth Monday in April and Third Monday in September IAVIII It llEinviXE Juilse A F ItVu1 CominonwealtlidAttorney J F VAXSAXT Master Commissioner C C HANKS Trustee Jury Fund i 0COUNTY COURT First Monday in each month G T CENTER Judge W S Tirrr Clerk A T Cm1l8 Sheriff Q B STAMPEU County Attorney ISAAC W Coins Jailer GKO W SAIIXY Assessor f JOHN CREECH Surveyor FIIANJC SAMPLE Coroner 0 MAGISTRATES COURTS TIME OF HOLDING AND OFFICIALS FIUST DISTKICT EIIAS SIIOCKEY Magistrate No time set for holding courtSECOND DISTRICT JOHN O ROSE JR Magistrate S N Non rtN Con stable Court days First Thursday in February May August and November THIRD DISTRICT W It DUFF Mag C CAMPBELL Constableistrate HESKY Court days Second Friday in February May August and November FOURTH DIsruirrItsR Lao Magistrate Wsi SPENCER Constable larchlJunet Flail SIxTnJ N CHAMBERS Magistrate in both districts DAVID RANKS Constable Court days Third Friday in February May August and NovemberSEVENTH DISTRICT B F BOIIN Magistrate POUTER CIAUK Constable Court days First Saturday in March June September and December EIGHTH DISTRICT GEORGE OLIVER Magistrate No constable and no set time for holding court Lexington and Eastern RailwayIy i01EASTSTATIONS Xo2Ij I I t PM L eI AM Lye Lexington 2 25 40 am Winchesteri 3 10 Imji 23 am LEJuncii 3 22 37 am Clay City3 50 IHDIS 13 um Stanton 4 05 pm 23 am Nat Bridge 4 33 pm 9 51 am 31111l1eattye j VEST BOUND XoI No3rI Jackson G 35 ami 2 52 pm Beattrve Jc 7 20 nnt 3 26 pm Torrent 7 47 am 3 47 Nat Bridge S 01 am 4 01 Stanton 8 2Xam 4 30 11mIClay City S 37 am 4 89 L EJuncn 9 10 am 5 OS pm Winchester 9 23 am 5 20 pm Lexington 10 loam 6 05 pm J R BAKU Geul Manager Oil AS SCOTT Gen Pass Agents T R MORGAN S P A WF BAKER Headquarter ItarbourvHIo Kr REPRESENT 1- 0BielaiflSDii Bios SnOB Co i Nashville Tonn Manufacturers and Jobbers of STAPLE and CUSTOM SHOES carries a full line 01 samples and solicits your trade 8ly t D1LLER BENNETTI WHOLESALE i 1 11EJRNITU1IIThe Wholesale Furniture eater in the South Louisville Ky Js o SnUltlOWoltn GO Manufacturers and Jobbers of MENS I BOYSCLOTHINCI I 607 W MAIN STREETLOUISVILLE i KY REM BEVERSON CO WiOLESALE J+ SADDLERYl 608518 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY OAVEATS TRADE MARKS- COPYRIOHT AND DEiIQNSi eudourbaatDdlrecUoWuhlDdouy Ume eo ts Ie better lICIYiee p- rpaatatfterLffskewa- i 4IrDDDIICL JioW 10 ota1a rti ndtaroigh L 0 slain iris r Ir driest sees +w UYuILVE AQ Lab c g gtittiFSrIlD THE HERALDEstablishedJ CCC Story ofIIJonathan and His Continent by Max ORell SEVENTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 15 1901 NUMBER 0 I IsP QlUsrneNISI Mist Pillar Mot Widily Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky MountainsAlways In YEAR Advance POOR GOLD BRICKS J I VALUED AT 230000 STOLE r From the Strong Room of thet at Vallejo Cal IISmelter a Tunnel Vallejo Cal Special of August 61 Tho Solby Smolting Works wasI robbed last night of 230000 iinI gold bricks Tho robbers had ov idently been working on the caseI for two or three months They had dug a tunnel from outside theI house digging a tunnel shaft first about three foot deep Then they tunneled in under the vault and striking upward bored a hole thro the floor into the strong room ofia manhole of a boiler It is believed the boring was begun two months ago and completed last night The robbers entered the strong room and took the gold bricks car rying them to a bank near the tun nel east of tho works andappar ently placed them jn a boat In their hurry they left two of the bricks on the shore During the night one of the workmen reported to his fellows that he heard a noise in the strong room and he thought it must be a ghost The others ridiculed him for his superstition but no investigation was made to see what caused the noise Tho entrance to the tunnel was covered bya frame over which tIle employes of the smelter passed re peatedly every day but no one noticedanything out of the ordi narySheriff Veale of Contra Costa county and his deputies and Chief of Police Sanford of Vallojo have been notified and are now at tho works The police of San fran cisco and all tho bay cities are busy on the case but so far there is not the slightest clew to tho robbery The work was that of skilled men and evidently their well laid plans had been carried out without a hitch The thieves got all tho bullion in the vault leaving behind only two bricks which they dropped on the shore in their haste Only one days ac cumulation of refined goldwas kept at tho works Yesterdays run was unusually heavy and the gold was to have been shipped back to San Francisco today The tunnel that the robbers excavated was about three feet in diameter and gave them plenty of room in which to work It is supposed that tho dirt from the tun nel was taken out at night and dropped in tho bay Tho first report stated that the tunnel was 200 or 300 feet long but according to lato advices it iis not over 10 feet in length Tho shaft was started close to the wall1 and was sunk below the foundation From there it was only a short distance under the floor of the vault It is thought that the men who committed the robbery took the plunder away in a launch and made direct for San Francisco There are plenty of places howev er whore they could have gone either up the Sacramento river or to the shore of any of the numerous bays Following is a list of the property stolon Four fine gold bricks all num bored and containing as follows No 12301100 ounces and a fractionNo 123711300 ounces No 1238 1123 ounces and a fractionNo 1037 ounces and a fractionAlso 10000 ounces of gold iin various shapes and a little silver Tho gold in tho bricks is worth 2 an ounce An official of tile Solby Smelting Works mado the following statement regarding the robbery The robbers must have succeed ed in entoring the vault some ti i5 butw jn midnight and I clock in the morning They entered the vault through a hole about tho size of a manhole in a boiler and the indications poin t to tho fact that the robbers ha been working on the scheme for some time Over 150 holes were bored into the bottom of the vault and the workmanship indicates mechanics of more than usualabil TheNholes were bored to within a hairs breathof the surface andwhen the proper time camo the plate was forced up thus giving tho rob bers access to tho vault Tho plotters first excavated a hole along side the building directly in lino with the vault The work of excavating must have taken some time and at the end of each nights workfor the work must have been done at night a covoringof laths rubber sheet ing and snake was made the whole being covered over with a layer of dirt thus hiding any sign of what was going on What became of the excavated dirt we have been un able to find out It must have been removed in sacks Tho covering we have ascertained was not strong enough to hold the weight of a man but the excavation was mado so close to the building that the men never walked over it We are satisfied that the plotters were aided by some one thoroughly fa miliar with the system employed at the works and one fully in formed as to the construction of the vault The weight of tho goldcarried out of the vault aggregated 1200 pounds and it must have taken several trips for one man and sev emPlor1ed waslinI sacks containing 110000 but this was not touched It may have alarmIedI bars of gold of great value were left on the beach in their haste to escapeEvery possible clew is being followed but I am unable to say we have been at all successful thus far but we hope later to make the announcement that the robbers have been apprehended I believe they secured about 230000 ELECTRICITYPANA At the PanAmerican Expositic of electrical machinery and appliai article will be of tho very latest d novelties without number in this iii ity Building is of very rich and be gin on the southern aide while the towers Itis the boldest robbery in the I history of the state said Chief of Detectives Seymour this afternoon and from all the information that we can obtain at this time there is absolutely no clew to the robbers In fact we do not know whether the crime was committed by one man or five Tho probabli ties are however that more than one map was concerned in it tIWe have taken all precautions to capture the robbers Telegrams have been sent to every sheriff in the central part of the state order lUg him to search for the missing gold to overhaul every boat and steamer within his jurisdiction to search every railroad train and stage coach passing through his county and to examine every one taking passage at the different railroad elation throughout the state We can do no more than this and I think with the precautions 0we have taken no stranger can leave tho state uninspected Sure ly if any attempt is made to ship the bullion by any of the ordinary modes of conveyance we will die cover it On tho whole I believe the chances are good for capturing 5the robbers In cases of cough or croup give the little one One Minute Cough Cure Then rest easy and have no fear The child will be all right in Ptedas ant always d almost instantaneous in effect H F PIBBATT t SEA KINGS AND NAVAL HEROES I By Hartwell James Author of He roes of the UiitetL States Navy Military Heroes of theUnited States Etc Etc 12mo Cloth Ornamental 137 Illustrations 50 cents Boys who delight in stories of son fights and naval adventures and what boy does notwill find i Sea Kings and Naval Heroes singularly realistic descriptions of famous victories and exploits on the brood bosom of old ocean Mr James appeals to tho sea loving instincts of boys andof men too for that matter and stir up the good red American blood of his readers as he recounts no table sea encounters of the world and describes the familiar figures that illuminate naval history and boar names to conjure with At no time ia he technical but at all times intensely interesting and all who follow the orderly and find good history and good reading on every page It is a far cry from Salamis to Santiago with plenty to tell that happened between but it is all hero and it is well told Yardarm to yardarm off tho bleak coast of New England j under snowy can vas beneath the Southern Cross in the purple reaches of the Mediter ranean j amid the fogs of German seas or the strange archipelagos- of tho far oast here and there the overywheroI cutlasses and stately shipsofthe line and saucy privateers and grim fighting machines There is something of tho atmosphere of tho period in each battle picture and a wealth of anecdote in tho sketches of men whose names are written high in the halls of fame Sea Kings and Naval Heroes ought to prove a universal favorite among boys and all readers who have any interest in naval life It bears the marks of thoroughgoing research and of being based upon IERICAN EXPOSITION will be shown tho largest display ever presented Nearly every sign and the visitor may expect nteresting division The EJootric autifuj design having a broad log roof lino is broken with domed complete text j and we can recall no work of its class that has in eluded so much appropriate and artistic illustration It is exceptionally well printed and bound Henry Altemus Company Philadelphia Astounded the Editor Editor L A Drown of Bonnotts ville S Cwas once immensely surprised Through long suffer ing from dyspepsia he writes my wife was greatly run down She had no strength or vigor and suffered great distress from her stomach but she tried Electric Bitters which helped her at once andafter using four bottles she anythingItslaxative qualities are splendid for torpid liver For indigestion loss of appetite stomach aud liver troubles its a positive guaranteed DayHazelSon Campton drug stores Hoitiai a Lost Heir A San Francisco attorney is looking for Patrick Meado or Mead and has asked tho police department of Cincinnati to help locate him Meade is the sole heir of Mrs Margaret Sullivan who is iin an insane asylum at Stockton Cal dyingShelong The estate consists of sev eral thousand dollars in bonds I money and other personalty When you have head ache OF neuralgia try Tnphene Sold by S S Combs Sons Campton andl H F Pieratt Hazel Green tf Jewel Bedecked Kentucky Bride Arrayed in a fashionable and expensive gown and bedecked with many thousand dollars worth of showy jewels Mrs Solby A Mooro a strikingly handsome bride of ai monthwho claims Kentucky as her former home appeared in the Butler Street Brooklyn pubic court and implored Magistrate withdrawncharge of abandonment she hn preferred against her husband Wm A Moore She was equally anxious las week to obtain tho warrant for Moores arrest and though she en flashinseyes and a firm determination to have him punished to the full ex tent of tho law her heart wont out to him the moment she laid oye on his face and she was ready tto forgive and forget Sho told tho Magistrate she was anxious to have her new husbandshe had boon twice a widowagain by her side As he manifested contrition and willingness to bo a faithful hus band he was imhnrgedand tho couple fairly skipped arm in arm out of tho courtroom Mrs Moore is wealthy and wears enough jewels to stock a store She said her first husband named Meyer was killed some years ag on the Pennsylvania railroad and that she received 25000 damages Then she married a wealthy ha manufacturer who died leaving her a big fortune Soon afterward she met Moore and foil in love at first sight Their infatuation seemed to be mutual and they went to Provi dence R I whore they were married The bride gave her newly made husband 250 for immediate needs Their honeymoon was begun in Saratoga where Mrs Moore gave her husband 1000more A few days later Moore kissed his bride goodby and disappeared After waiting several days for his return she began a little sleuthing on her own account She finally located her truant husband at No 06 Third place Brooklyn where she had him arrested Mrs Moore and her husband will return to Saratoga whore they will spend tho rest of tho summer Now York special to Cincinnati Enquirer Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury As mercury will surely destroy the sense of smoll and completely derange the whole system when en tering it through the mucous sur faces Such articles should never prescriptionsfrom damage they will do is ton fold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 contains no mercu actingdirectlycous surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get tho genuine It is taken internally and made by F J CHENKY Co Toledo 0 Testi monials free Sold by druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best mc New Sorting Uncle San Kelley Jordan writes from Platte burg Barracks New York that he belongs to tho Twentyseventh U S Infantry Co L and has en listed for three years Ho likes army life in tho barracks very well but thinks he could while away the time much better if TimE HERALD could visit him every week and asks our rates which are 100 in advance inoluding the New York Monthly World 32 pages for 10 months j Good Times 10 pages six months and a guess entitling each subscriber to par ticipate in the 15000 cash prizes as fully set forth in another part of this paper Now is tho time to subscribe Dont be satisfied with tempo rary reliof from indigestion Kodol1 Dyspepsia Cure permanently an- completelyreraovoathiscbmplaint d It relieves permanently because it allows the tired stomach perfect rest Dieting wont rest the stom ach Nature receives supplies fromt the food we eat The sensible way to help the stomach is to use Kodol1l Dyspepsia Cure which digests what you eat and cant help but do you good H F PIERATT Why stay poor when 100 may make you rich Try your luck I OUR LANE LETTER Arrived Too Late for Our La Issue But As It Is Full of Gossip It Now Goes Peter Ritch visited relatives on Holly Sunday Tom Sowell mado a flying trip to Campton Saturday Hurrah for SallieI Lot us llca pleasedcrops havo been greatly damaged by the long drouthI thte principal occupation of the women in this neighborhood Sowolg1t mvo gone tho mercantile bus loose at the mouth of Boonos fork I of Frozen creekIpainfullysI surprised last Saturday after having road tho correspondence in TIlE HERALD at not finding a letter from Susie Sunbeam Wako up Su I sic woek1Molvina sick for several months is improv ing it is said under the treatment ofa profcssedlobo witch doctor Ye scribe is a staunch disbeliever of such tomfoolery as existing witches Floronco Horton of Campton Satourday till Monday Also M F Horton from Sunday to Monday Wo all pained almost toI tdeath when they left on Monday morning for Campton because they took with them their lillle daughter Grace who had been our most pleasant and entertaining visitor for several days Our promising young friend Na than Hollon is being solicited to to mako the noxt race for matri mony subject to the action of that part of tho democratic female party between the ages of sweet sixteen and sixteen years Girls Nathan is a hustling young man is truly a ladies man too and we wish him success in the race an hope you will do everything lion orable that would aid in securing his election GOLD Duo The Secret is Out All Sadioville Ky was curious to learn the cause of the vast im provemont in tho health of Mrs S P Whiltaker who had for a long time endured untold suffer ing from a chronic bronchial trou KingsNowband It completely cured her and also cured our little grandaughter coughItla grippe bronchitis all throat and lUNg troubles Guaranteed bottles 50c and 100 Trial bottles free atJJ J Taylor Day Hazel Green andI Camptondrug J Crop Condition in Kentucky Under date of tho Gth insl the Louisville weather bureau thus summarises the crop conditions in i this state Cooler weather and local show ers have improved conditions over the greater part of the state Some I localities in the south and south central portions of the state have had no rain and are still suffering a most intense drought and the whole state needs more rain The showers came too late to save early corn which is practically ruined Tobacco and lato corn are serious ly injured but with favorable conE ditions during the balance of the season will make at least a partial crop Wheat oats rye and hay seriouslyinjured acreage of stock peas were sown and this crop is standing the drought better than any other Fruit is badly injured applespeara and peaches being shriveled on the trees in many localities Gardens and pastures are dried Irish po tatoes were nearly cooked in the badlyFarm ing winter wheat has begun Large picture frames 10x20 for 85f to 125 sold by others for 250 lo 300 Small frames in endless variety Large mirrors French bevel glass fo 825 worth 500 100 mirror- for OOX Family bible for 125 worth 300 Other valuable arti ales at reduced prices I am clos Ling out to quit the business at this place Come at once or you will1l get left J T GKVXDOK Hazel Green j jti McNabb ProW i tv fJtr 1 t t f MOCINOOOONOM M IIIMOMCf 11500000 III IN PRIZE- SjSEE i g PAGE 3 000100UJ0 I 0 CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY pastIand sell to friends and neighbors JIate made 710 Every one buys a bottle for 50 cents worth of material I make Perfume that would cost 200 in drug stores I first nude it for my own use only but the curiosity of friends as to where J procured such exquisite odors prompted me to sell it I clear from 25 to 35 per week I do not canvass people come and send to me for the perfumes Any intelligent per inrstamps you ing all kinds of perfumes and a sample bot tIe prepaid I will also help you get started in business MAUTHA FRANCIS 11 South Vande venter Avenue St Louis Mo i 000000110 1111010000001 roo fVM H RASHi+ ttorneyatLaw + HAZEL GREEN KYiWill practice in courts of Wolfe and ad joining counties specialty 000001000000100 H G ROBINSON BEATTYVILLE KY General Salesman for 1R M HUGHES CO LOUISVILLE KY Manufacturers of HighGrado Vlnegat tidetll Solicits orders from the merchants of the mountains and guarantees satisfaction A mail order will receive prompt attention fM an1ea5OOO3TO TUB Great c ffrff Pats A 03 P Z = rtr SOLE DEALER HAZEL CREEN KY x t DAY HOUSE a HAZEL GREEN KY 1 N B GRAHAM PnoriUETOB IThis house has recently been refurnished and renovated and under the present man hfgbd nr departmelltTheaffords and the patronage of the public is respectfully solicited Sample rooms for commercial tourists Livery stable in connection where horses and vehicles will have the best attention ROSE S WHEELER f i PRACTICAL 11t BLACKSMITHS AND i WACONMAKERS HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of the farmers of this vi cinity to their im proved facilities for blacksmithing and wagon making as well as repair work of all kinds Irr A full force of first class mechanics insures promptness in the execution of all work entrusted to them and satisfac tion is guaranteed in nil cases Buggy building and wagon making are our specialties Your patronage is reo spcctfully solicited and will be duly ap preciated Respectfully c I ROSE WHEELER A now firstclass cafe for ladies and gentlemen has been opened in the Phoenix Hotel Annex oppos ite the C O depot where all tho delicacies of the season aro served in firstclass style Ladies especially are invited Nlne fn aaJr r0attlAsolgceat2Oceate per 100 f j 1 y+ CLOCKS AS- DWATCHES A 1 Endless Variety 1100 4 Upward Every Timepiece Nally I- ilarrented 1s 1eJ J IIulafactuiny Jeweler133 E pdol SreetipotomeeJLexington IyKi l Postal Card silo brief t = i c a p t ilf11 IiFHEHBRAIcD trSPEItcEa COOPER EdUor t LHAZEL GREEN KY 1iTHURSDAY August 15 1901 +lnnOUn EmEnT + Jr 1tepaor We nre authorized to announce ELIJAH 11O3K of Stillwater as a candidate for the f office of Assessor subject only to the willI of the people as expressed at the antes on Tuesday November 5 1101 r DEMOCRATIC TICKET 0For State Senator 34th District C D SUBLETTof County I DistrictIof Morgan County TIE COUNTY TICKET For JudgeJ W CONGLETON For AttorneyC C FULKS For ClerkW S TUTT For Sheriff T F STAMPER For Supt SchoolsJ W TAULBEE r For JailerJ B LITTLE For AssessorS X HOBBS For Coroner FRAXK SAMPLES ESTElection Tuesday Nov 5 1901 TILE action of the committeemen of this senatorial district at West Liberty on Thursday last is com mended by all with whom we I conversed We have never haveII J 1 it right to give a political nation to any man against those I 1 1wllo had canvassed for the honor nor do we now but in this case iti tt was absolutely essential to elect a democrat and therefore justifiable Tho friends of both Mr Hampton and Mr Stamper respectively entertained the idea that his man was entitled to the nomination E and had either of them been chosen enough of the opposing faction would have failed to vote as to en a danger his election if indeed iit j did not defeat him Candidly we believe defeat only could have re j c suited and the wisdom of the com l i commondead man was to have the nomination Charley Sublett more than any man wo can think of was the man to choose His political escutcheon is as clean as unsoiled silk He has done nothing more j than vote straight and work hard I for party success and both these t traits will bring him votes instead I of driving them away So fellow democrats as we rightfully control this district let us Sublett Iit to our distinguished Magofiiu re resentative and no one in the district t will have cause to regret his lease r Oon old friend Tom Pettit was i last week nominated for mayor i byII the democrats of Owensboro j his election is almost assured The reditor of this paper made the ac i 1843iI Ofjthei I jpaper published at Frankfort bY1 I I I Col Hodges and edited by Col1 Johnson who afterward became 3famous as Yuba Dam Tom Pettit was then as wo have ever I found him since when it has been 3 our pleasure to moot with him i a affable courteous gentleman anIi1 ways ready to accommodate a r friend or lend his aid to any o I in distress We leave watched his political course with much interest in the last several years and have always been glad when the party has showed a preference for him He was a delegate to the constitutional convention from Davioss da1lor I the writer for assistant secretar nd now we should like to see him I I jlected to the office to which heIi I Isptres He would make an Jdeal Ifijayorin our opinion as he has a I I r I1s ant personality and is thor Khly postod in Parliame- ntarllpaktters And heres hoping it may Thomasl S Pe tih S4cK near m Sterling isI t on a big=bgom 1 bankand sev prralns buildings n coI1E knrectocl The 7i J Of Hunts ton awl one tun ago were 1- K rrt yYfrjVf J f oi 1 formed by an intimate friend of his some years since contemplated making a city and railroad center at that place A trunk line from Cincinnati to the seaboard was to cross the C 0 railroad at that point and Mr Huntington accord ing to our informant had great ideas concerning the place The I discovery of oil is the cause of tho present stir and it may come up j to Mr Huntingtons dream in the sweet subsequently TimE Walnut Grove Herald has passod into the hands of Hnney R Barnett the editor and foreman respectively and they promise the people of Caney a paper wcrthy I their patronage Mr Barnett is taking in the Elks fakir at Loxing ton and there will be no paper is sued next week The Deed Has Been Made The deed to the ground for the now academy dormitory etc was made on Tuesday afternoon and forwarded to Mrs Moses secretary of the National Christian Womans Board of Missions Indianapolis Ind The tract contains80 acres and is the most elegant and eligi blo site for trio purpose that coup have been picked It is indeed an ideal location unit there is ample room for play grounds a dormitory garden etc The citizens of Hazel Green and vicinity who sub scribed to the fund to purchas the plot will always have the prow consciousness that they well both for the present and for future generations And the C W B M upon its part should understand that some who subscribed to this fund made sacrifice in doing so and accpt it in the spirit in which it is donated The contrac tors may bo expected now in the course of 10 days or two weeks to lay out the foundation and make arrangements for making brick quarrying the stone for foundation and trimmings and other neces vary incidentals Died From Drinking Cinnamon Tom Caskey aged 22 a son of James Tom Caskey and John Per ry Jr son of exSheriff John M Perry who lived about 4 miles from West Liberty got drunk on extract of cinnamon on Wednes day of last week Caskey died the effects that night and the attending physician said Perry cool not live This is the second in earnle county year or and the relatives of the young men mentioned should sue the drug firm that put up the extract for damages It was clearly tho woo alcohol used in making the ex tract that caused death und not cinnamon men and IxTEDTrustworthv finan for standing Salary a year and expenses all payable in cash referPd stamped envelope Address Mana ger 355 Caxton Bldg Chicago t Bought a Bluegrass Farm From the Lexington papers we learn thatjTomGrahamwho moved from this county to Texas a few the101dLexing iuIi and is one of the finest farms iin Fayette county Mr Graham iis to be congratulated in getting so good a home To the people of that neighborhood where we spent several years of our boyhood and where we attended country school1 we take pleasure in commeudin Mrv Graham as a good citizen noTxE HERALD for 12 months and bigbargainfigure the total vote of Ohio Mas TryYourparticularsMurder in Magoffin DispatchesinthedailypaporsiYs in d SalyerYs o caped arrest A posse however was in hot pursuit and mob violence was intimated as Mr Arnett was a good citizen belonged to a good family and the assault was without provocation Vita Ore will relieve you of all aches and pains Agents wanted stampSeaPy r Davis May have just finished a handsome 2horse road wagon bidAr I n tyto which that a- sailtateam today 1 1 AN ALPHABETICAL APPEAL Pea AID BY SAM W1LSOX A stands for all who take n guess B is for the bounty which youll possess C is the Certificate that youll receive Drop us a dollar and youll believe Examine The Herald Tis born anew For information read it through Oo scatter the tidings oer this climo How a dollar may a fortune find In taking a guess1 simple thing Judge clearly and youre in the ring Knowledge is not what you require Luck and chance will you inspire Many a fortune comes this way No telling You may win today Oer thy humble cot no more Povertys banner shall grace the door Quickly all thy troubles end Remember if a dollar yon send Send in your name and guess today To make us and yourself feel gay 0 ought to help the cause along Verily all amid the throng Work with us Let your heart and willl Xtenuato not Youll find us still Your truest friend A guiding light Zealously doing what is right Latest Literary News The sale of thousands of copies of a 10 cent magazine at 1 a pieceI was a very curious happening at the time of tho Chicago Worlds Fair TILE COSMOPOLITAN prepared l a Worlds Fair number contribu ted to by many famous writers andl so thoroughly illustrated that iit surpassed even the most expensive book which had up to that time been issued In those days the magazine was printed from two sets of plates only and when these imposstbld o t pudon press e newsdealers taking advantage of this condition raised the price of THE COSMOPOLITANS Worlds Fair number to 1 a copy A few sales were oven made toward the close at the phenomenal figure of 5 Undoubtedly thish happening i unique in the history of mngnziu- literature THE COSMOPOLITAN will1 endeavor to repeat its past success with a PanAmerican Exposition number which will bo oven more attractive if possible than iits Worlds Fair predecessor The most famous writers of the country have been invited to take part in the preparation of this issue After many days careful study of all too wonderful scones of the Exposition more than 100 photographs have been prepared r which taken as a whole give a 1thoroughcouceptiouofthemarvvl s ExpositiondIt is doubtful if any book selling at forty times the price of the magazine will give any description of the fair which will approach in interest and artistic value the September COSMOPOLITAN e prdserve as a delightful reference book in the years to como and those who are unable to go there will securo such a comprehensive view of its main attrac tions as will bo well worthy of preservation Henry Pieratt bought all the picture frames the agent of the Chicago Portrait Co had left over cefntm cheaper thqh agent The number is limited and if yo want one youd better movo in hurry as they are going like hot cakes 52tf S Elam of Elam postoffice bid gan county aidoverbore Monday en route to Lexington were he will matriculate at the state col leg for the fall term Ho was appointed from Morgan county iin 1898 and has since attended two terms omitting tho fall term last year on account of ill health H- fatherwillbuildonCliftonHeisht Is 1 s near the college and one of his 1slaters will keep house for him atgu dent in the school Mr Elam started to ride through on a wheel Ladsto abandon it and go by wagon to McCausoy Mr Elam was a stu dent in Hazel Green academy i the spring of 189- 8WANTEDAn agent in every county in Eastern Kentucky to sell White Sewing Machines Hustling moo are the only kind that need apply and to them I can o fer special inducmeuts Write to BJT GEVEDON 4243tf Hazel Green Mrs Lula Kash and sister Miss Daisy Day who have boon visiting at Jackson for two or three week returned home ied by a young lady who will take service with Mrs Kash TO THE DEAF A sick lady cured of her deafness and noises in the head by Dr Nicholson Artificial Ear Drams gave 10000 to Institute so that deaf people unable to procure the Ear Drums may bare them Nichot80BIoatUut NeYork41i y m LETTER FROM OKLAHOMA Ed Taulbee Tells of the Rapid Rise of Hobart Which Now Has 4000 Population From a letter to tho editor and II his better seveneights written by Edward Taulbee who is now at Hobart Oklahoma we extract the followingThis is indeed a remarkable section of tho world Rich but undeveloped possessing all theii facilities of tho oast for advance i ment and all tho resources of tho bluegrass region of Kentucky for tho hand of man to eko out tho miserable pittance called in Eastern Kentucky vernacular A lie ing Hobart the town wo are inI is only 48 hours old and yet is a city of 4000 I saw it lust Mon day nothing but range cattle andlj coyotes Tuesday it was a city ofi tents Enormous crowds are onI tho ground awaiting opportunity to buy lots and erect places of busi nose Lots are selling from 10 to 300 and I understand they are selling at Wheat the same at Law ton Those towns are on the Rock Island railroad which was builtl before the country was opened Lone Wolf the groat Kiowa chief and murderous old villian lives in a mile of Hobart Ho hUH a blanks made of womens scalps untanned taken from the heads of victims he murdered himself Ho in now liceusedliapiistpronthorhutuughtlto is full of Indians of a disreputable kind and Geronimo tho Apach- chief is in jail at Fort Sill hope you will make 10000 out ofr your new venture May write youI for publication later 0011ith lovo to Aunt Sally I Sincorolys 0EDIYutD TAULIJEE Building on Stillwater Campton Rose will soon build new dwelling near the forks of thet road above Stillwater bridge Within a quarter of a mile Eton- Mr Roses new dwelling Geo Sal ley will build a 5room cottage Frank Murphy is building a now house near Landsaw postofiico which he will occupy as a dwol ling John RatlitTo will build a dwelling on tho Branch furlo Stillwater Davit Rose jr is fix i ing to build a residence on the Trace fork All of those build ings will be of modern design and a vast improvement on the dwel lings generally seen in that part of the county which shows that the I people are prospering Maud the bay mare owned by Taylor Day and which took several1 premiums and won some races diet ing the series of fairs hold here j was kicked on the right forearm a tote days ago by a mulo and f several days her life was despaired of But by careful doctoring and nursing it is now thought that i I she will come out all right Maud is so well known and so popular that not to note her misfortune would be malfeasance i I I echoottgrada 1 uate experienced in teaching Eng lish branches music and tho tau i j j i Adr jI dress stating terms Teacher Box I I 44 Warrenton N C G10 I TO CUBE A COLD IN ONE DAY I TahletlllAllII cure genuine Qon II each tabletII Supt H C Lacy will leave the latter part of next week for Shol byville where ho will I i I in the Morse school of telegraphy Oscar Cecil yesterday sold Henry I Blankenship of Magofiin county a 6yearold mare mule for 105 alt John Brown sold to the saute party a big rough horse mule for 75 thne hotel where ho was staying during last week at Fronchburg and cut aIt twoinch in thegash back of his head Since coming home he been indisposed from hasII I doorsfAltogether ho is having a rather rough time and hard knocks Green Garrett of Winchester on Tuesday bought of David Cox all the white oak trees on a tract of Engan county paying 1 per treo for them Tho boundary contains about 100 acres and is virgin tim ber haA little child of Ira Day who bndlyburnedlittle one fell In the fire and one of ire arms was very severely burned I c c sirt 6s Iiir I Ladies of Wolfe CountyI 2OOO Pairs Boys Linen Pants Worth 25 Cents a Pair a- t1O0frAi 0 I k A ra 400 Mens Linen Suits j Former Price 400 at I II tl- j a ihEII i II I fjI 850 Beautiful Flannelette Goats and Pants for Men atj j SjJ l WORTH 500 I ILatestI ILI John Hour Ferguson YetcrdnImuvord his saw mill buscJoluumYjust finished sawing 750000 foot mouthmof the Clark branch whore he will saw several thousand foot for tho citizens of Unit neighborhood eluding JohnJ Cox and others inII j jLastWarning boaI t paid or property sued Call to flay and settlo j StIt The Burning Spring association Iof Regular Baptists will meet inI annual session tomorrow Friday at Caney This isono of tho old est associations in Kentucky and tins tho 81st anniversary Foil 8111 hnvo for sole 1000 acres of virgin laud on bead ofI Upper Devils creok Will divide to suit purchaser For terms apply to W C PIIYOK u2t Campton Ky JOIN II DAVIS W J MAY1 DAVIS 5 MAY IIACKSMifiiS art d1WAGONMAKERS1 I caatlooooo0ooooocrHAZEL GREEN KY Take tliisoppottun pubticgaged a professional horscshoerCllAKLEY SCIIOOIEY of Lcxing ington Ky who will cure dour horse o stumbling interfering forging Ac anil they unite to receive the patronage of all people who have a humane feeling for theji dumb animal are also prepared to do all kinds ofl 1We IinilditiK wagons buggies I do all kinds of repairing hacksl every reasonable instance and satisfaction i sn hy1loodI share of it Kcsncctfully IIair DAVIS ft MAY QfiprffPQ uHullllu udld QQP for Taxes Dy virtue of taxes due the SherifTof Wolfe willon3iondaySeptI I between the hours of 9 oclock a in raid i oclock p in at the court hou o door it the town of Campton Ky expose to 11I necesisale fur cash in hand the following rcai sary District Nolhout lift acres listed in ndjoiuinland I Tax and cost 1583 Dapborolisted yeadDaysborolistedfor year 1901 Tax and cost 1353 A T COM US S W C Ily H F Pi KBATT D S August 801lt LOUISVILLE TIN AND STOVE COMPANY Jobbers and Dealers i- nSTONE SJapaned and mware1I LOUXSVILLE lor MENDELWEIWSTOCK 5 CO RATSJH 027629 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY Sitiattas Seciredr forgraduateaortottwarcftoded write at once for catalogue and special off- erBusiness I QQAV J Colleges Ieatas Ky AlL Ntlttttlut Tut CslsDat 4 i IUfsndya IIla II AltJackMeIHe1t I 9 4dTH-ENEWYORK MONTHY WORLD ALL NEW 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Commission MerchantsF- OR THE SALE OF Cattle Hogs Sheep t i Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI O ALSO t Bourbon Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY solicited We 1mnn All correspondence Eastern outlet cheerfully fnil desirable answered stock at highest prices Consignments 11 DR J M WALDECKI HAZEL GREEN KYI ofnazelanswerprofessional calla day ornigat Obstetrickaa specialty TmdlERALDIandprize ti v 2828EVERy PAIR OF PANTSMadeandLeg and WillI Not Rip SHIRTSAretDetter6tpleThanAny0t4er DaytHAZEL rY F 9r CatarrhIs a constitutional disease It originates In a scrofulous condition otr t the blood and depends on that condition It often causes headache and dizziness Impairs tho taste smell and hearing affects the vocal organs dlsturba the stomach z cuds always radically and permanently by the bloodpurlfylnp alterative and tonic action of f Hoods Sarsaparilla This great medicine has wrought the most wonderful cures of all diseases depending on scrofula or the scrofulous habit UOODS 1ILU are the boat cathartic THE HERALD j II Little Percy Knsh who has been j very sick is hotter j Boon Tyra of Stillwater came over Tuesday with fruit for F MI Long j I Wilford Caulkins representing Ginn Co was in our miJstij f Wednesday I Tho last county examination for 1901 will ho held at Campton Fri day and Saturday I Sire F M Long and fnmilyII spent Saturday and Salem their old homoIPorter Crane of Jackson was tho I guest of his sister Mrs Ova Swan go a fow days this week I r j Quint Daniel of West Liberty was the guest of his brotherin law T C Johnson Tuesday Eliza James has been suffering I for the past two weeks with neural ia in tho back of her head and II neckThero I will be three funerals preached at the old Grassy church next Sunday and dinner on tho ground Mrs Hilda Day has tho thanks i of the editor and his bettor eevon eighths for a fine moss of early j j I cabbagosII r r Rev Barney Blankenship will start next Friday to Montgomery I I countywhero hejwill hold a revival for two weeks I Grant Nickell whose illness has I boon reported before is still in ajj critical condition with life hanging in tho balance tirctlnndltj II Sarsaparilla will do you wonderful I good Be euro to GET HOODS I j sontI Tuesday a to relatives l and frionds in Powell and Mont I j III goinory counties t Call on Mrs F N Day for bar j j gains in anything in ladies wear j Reduced prices in everything got ting ready for fall goods I I The camp meeting at Goodwins I t Chapel closed on Sunday and wo 1understand reopened at West Lib rester1aywMiss Clark Long accompanied by Lawrence Gambill came over from Walnut Grove last week and returned next day Jimmie James has sold his farm on Lacy creek the Stove James homestead to Jordan Wills of Maytown for 700 cash Ella daughter of Mrs Ellen Rash who has been sick with fover for two or three weeks is slowly improving and expects to be out soon Rev Barney Blankonship closed a two weeks meeting at Mariba last Sunday Several additions were added to the church and much in terest manifested Mrs Jahile Phillips of Public Square is having ono of tho best milk houses bult out of solid stone that is in that part of the county Mr Shoupo is doing the work Mrs S H Allport Johnstown Pa Says Our littlo girl almost strangled to death with croup The doctors said sho couldnt live but she was instantly relieved by Ono Minute Cough Cure HFPiERATT A postal card written by Dr Taulbeo at Granite Oklahoma in forms us that ho may drop in up on us at almost any time and ask that those who owo him will please have the money ready to pay him when he comes When you have head ache o It Soldneuralgin b SS Combs Sons Campton anl IL F Pieratt Hazel Green t We do all kinds of job work 1 f S54sJ Remanded to Jail John Wooden Hall and Mason Hall his cousin the two who were implicated in stealing the meat from Porter Lacy an account of which appeared in these last week had thoir trial before defi t to jail John Halis wifo as ac complice in concealing stolen property was recognized in the sum o 200 to appear at circuit court sho being sick and having a sick baby at the breast An incident in connection shows tho native and inherent cunning of Weed Hall Thero woro three sideIa half side and a piece Thoy found tho side and piece but could not locate tho half side until tho wo Islet becoming scared told the searchers it was nailed to the uu dernoath side of the table Such cunning as that if educated ii- in groatIof looking in such a place for stolen meat or anything else You May Bend the Sapling but not the tree When disease has become chronic and deep seated it IIs often difficult to cure It That is the reason why it is best to take Hoodt Sarsaparilla when disease first shows itself Hoods Pills area favorite family cathartic IHose Wheeler just remade a for Noah Cisco It will hardly proper to say repaired IIbo there was so littlo of it to star but it looks now to bo as i j veryjRev Mr Eldridgo of Troy Ky will begin a series of meetings at thisISaturdayIDr Guerrant as pastor of tho Troy church and is doubtless a man of ability who will interest all that have tho pleasure to hear hi- mTeethingr1Aa1f JThen the baby is most like t ly nervous and fretful and doesnt gain in weight I Scotts Emulsion i IIs the best food and medicine for teething babies They jJ 5l1 gain from the start J Send for a free sampleIIQ SCOTT DOWN 1aNyPearl Street New YotU f sac and 100 all drugglslS I l WL1 COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0- ToinsureinsertionALLcorres byMondaythat nearby on Monday morninaII correspondents are derelict in IOur want receive to say papers that henceforth except dutyII week they have news letters We are dependent upon them for the news and when they fail to send in their favors they put us to great inconvenience SUNNY SIDE John Cisco of White Oak went down toward Hazel Green schala hooting Saturday Grant Nickell is very low withII fever Dr Nickell his keeping a close watch over him Thomas Tutt of Bethel has been visiting his daughter Mrs Frank Thomas of the heights for somo daysMrs Crockett Coldiron and chil dren of your town spout Saturday with her parents JE Brooks and wife and while there her baby was taken quite sick Charlie Rose one of Hazel Greens hustling boys was in this section last woek buying chickens We think he succeeded in getting a nice bunch Tom Lee and wife Andrew Blankonship and family of Consolation passed through hero on thoir way Sunday to Hazel Green to hear Dr Center preach and they also took dinnor with Dr Center Several of the Spring boarders werovisiting tho chalybeate springs on J T Days farm last weekand somo of them dug a nice supply I of calamus root to take home with thorn Thoy speak in high terms of tho spring and also the chaly beate Master Tullio and Robert Pike of your town spent Saturday and Sunday with ye scribo Wo wero glad to havo the littlo boys with u Uoljort is a littlo tot of four- fummers 1ndou being asked iif Itho thought a certain littlo girl pretty ho replied Yes when hersI got on her new dress According to his theory it takes the coat or dress to make the man or woman Aug 13 SUSIE SUJTJJUL t 1t DAYSBORO DOINGS K P Nickoll was in Daysboro SundayBill went to Campton I on business Mondays Miss Mabel May was the pleas ant visitor of ye scribe Saturday Miss Nevada Nickoll passed through horn Saturday en route to GraasySusie plowsf sie Quite n crowd from hero attend od the Union meeting at Salem SundayIMrs D n May spent the day with her sister Mrs II II Swango Thursday Misses Corda and Mary Bronne man passed through hero Saturday on their return from Jackson Nelson Hatfiold of Montgomery county who is visiting ArherryI I Kash was in Daysboro Prof Carnahan passed through hero Saturday going to Salyers villo to toach the institute at that placeMrs Ida Kash and son Byron of Salyersville have been visiting tho family of S C Alexander for the past week Mrs Alice Amyx came home from her school Friday She is teaching tho Laurel school and says sho is having a good schoolI throughtTuesday is going to join his crew in the picture business His many friends regret to see him leave again- Saturday night tho colored folks of this place gave a supper toi make money for the church Thoy all seemed ito onjoy themselves as colored folks generally do Several of tho young folks of this place attended an apple cutii ting at C M Fallens Tuesday night After tho apples wore all cut music was furnshed by Miss Emma and all wont home happy Aug 13 MAUD MULLEU GILLMORE Little Lula Kash is on tho sick list this Ii day Lee I weekIJ n Johnson and wife spout I FalIIonI made a Hying trip to Campton Thursday Uncle Billey Kash was in this neighborhood Saturday singing googoo eyes J C Linden and wife took in the camp meeting at Chapel Saturday and Sunday Quite a crowd from Gillmorc attended the union meeting Salem Sunday atII Able May and wife of onlGillmoreI HatIfieldsCharlie partook of the supper I which was set at tho colored church at Daysboro Saturday night and j said it was good to bo there As the brown pony is crippled and baby couldnt go to church she will proceed in writing a few lines to tho dear old HERALD John Kash who has been stay ing at Salyersville for tho past five or six months came homo Friday to spend a fow days with his motherAlbert Hatfiold from Olympie is visiting his friend Jim Kash Albert is a bright young man and seems to bo quite a favorito among tho girls Aug 13 BABY STILLWATER SPARKLES Miss Lula Swango of this place is on the sick list this week Miss Sallio Tutt of this place paid Campton a visit Saturday Granvillo Rose was on Stillwator Sunday evening Who knew his business Miss Mary E Taylor who has boon confined to her room for botterI Sup in pose G V Williams of Jackson has boon attending tho bedside of his grandson little Silas Tutt Miss Laura Bowman of Maytown is visiting frionds and relatives on Stillwater Wo are glad to have her in our midst Preacher Wells gave us an inter esting sermon last Sunday at the goodlcongregationOdra daughter of Silas Tutt and wife of Campton is visit ing her grandmother Mrs Eliza both Tutt of this place Aug 13 CRABAPPLE LEE CITY A nice horso belonging to Clarence Pratt took sick and died las Tuesday Tho O K railroad brought A M Nickell a largo supply of new goods this week Misses Mary and Cordolia Bron neman passed through our city last Monday on route to Jackson to attend tho institute Tho republican convention motI hero today and nominated Charley poaceIand wo think him to ho a firstclass j mantt Frank MooreGreenborry Stamp er and Mr Flinchnm tho lumber inspector wore the guests of tho Dewoy Hotel last Thursday and FridnIElisha Shockoy hold court in city last Saturday and itseoms lour some peoplo woro on pleading grounds Wo appreciate what tho commonwealth is doing for our town and further wo hope that he will visit us often on the same businessRov W L Lacy preached last Saturday and Sunday at tho Chris tian church at this place which closed his last sermon for tho year Ho advised the patrons of tho church to get thorn a good proachor as soon as possible Tho sito selected for a depot in our city is in tho western part ou time land belonging to Clay Rose who charged 500 for tho location Tho peoplo mado up tho monoy that purchased the land for it Seems as though the people have a half interest in tho road On last Thursday evening as tho train was coming up tIlt valley just below town a horso belong ing to Tom Gibba became scared and started riming in full speed on the track just in front of tho train but there was only a short guardI ly killed by tho iron horse Aug 13 Cow BOY BREATHITT COUNTY ELKATAWA About 5 oclock Sunday morn ing July 21 1901 I left my Sunny Side homo in company withmy brother to begin teaching on War Creek some 20 miles from homo and about 7 miles from Jackson Wo had a long silent ride say it was silent for neither of us seemed inclined to talk it seemed impos siblo for me to give up all my homo pleasures and go so far away 01 those dear old scenes along tho beautiful Rhine which flowed so peacefully in front of my homo thatIwasImonths of my school in time for an early dinner and received a warm welcome Then about four oclock my brother prepared to leave mo No one but those who have parted with their only broth er can tell what this was to mo Still L did not shed tears as some mightMonday morning I started for my school house There I met many faces I had never seen before I After reading one of the favorito Psalms one I had so often heard my dear ojd Professor read and a short talk wo began our school duties I shall never forget those first days in tho school At last Friday evening came Saturday was equal to two days on Sunday morning ono of my school boys brought moa letter from tho ollico I very well know it was from mother and little sit and as IsaW no lives written from brother 1 knew he was not there of course mother told mo all that was going on at homo and I was obliged for tho first time to give way to my feelings and indulge in a fountain of tears On tho back of tho loiter was a Hollo from a well re mombered friend In the school room wo find a great many things to think of Of course tho pupils aro not advanced liko somo of ours at homo still there some as brave kindhearted as ours Some of my dear boys and girls in school who may not win tho worship of a world and their names may never grace a page in history yet they are the truo heroes the real victors in life Ploaso send mo tho dear old HERALD as I cant very well stay here without it I will close with many good wishes for you and Mrs Cooper Aug 13 CALLIE- t C i k TRY YOUR LUCK Copyrighted by Press Publishing Association 159000 GASHOGiven fII XTHE PRESS PUBLISHING ASSOCIATION will give I5QOO in Cash Prizes to those making the nearest estimate on the combined Official Vote of Ohio Jowajeast for Governor November 5th 1901i digests nrraesax- rsCUCCENHEIMER mm I Massachusetts 2000000vn IN OHIO MASS AND Wt1AT ESTIMATE will 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exchanges of iicompliments the two shook hands andpromisedto be friends Wich t t ita cor Chicago Tribune Home Republicans Wont Oppose From all indications the republicans of Madison his home coun ty do not intend to give Governor McCreary any opposition in his race for tho United States senate tj Their slate for tho various county offices to be acted on at the county sconvention to be held at Richmond this month has been made up but it contains no mention of any as pirant for the legislature which iis significant and the party leaders say there will be none Charles L jjSearcy who served a term in the I lower house several years ago andI t tt is popular with all classes is the democratic nominee and is of f course for McCreary Unless allI signs fail the Model Governor U will get the Eighth congressional1 district delegation solid to a man I e j Chums Uiited in Death i The death of George Hunt andj t Martin Savage last Saturday dis closes a remarkable coincidence Hunt was employed at ErhardtsII tt foundry on Sixth street and last j jFriday was injured and sent to iti tho hospital His companion for I years and roommate at Hitzlers Boarding House on West Sixth street was Savage who worked for f Charles Glaudorf and was em ployed at the Newport powder house driving piles The men hadI sharedeach others luck and money for 15 years and Savage was deeply moved at the accident which befell his chum After noon he was taken with a hemmorhage and r died within a few feet of his work It has since been learned that Hunt died at exactly the same moment at tho City Hospital 4 Both died on the stroke of 1 oclock Cincinnati Enquirer ti if All For Only SlOO I i For 100 cash in advance you et THE HERALD for 12 months 1fto Monthly New York World a f32page magazine for 10 months j jrjkod Times a department magaII fzipe of 16 pages for six months and a guess on the vote of governor infOhio Massachusetts and Iowa which may bring you 5000 Youff hayefianyhow 098 chances ofget tinjijjour money back The e are y SOD prizes f2 260 of 1 180 of I 3 160 of 4 142 of 5 85of 10 f Janajiitpf 116 each beside 16 prizes ranging from 25 to 5000 Suro lyyou oughtto guess cloflpenouga l j c tch s nthiDg 1- I i r t j t THERE have been two traitors in the democratic party of late years One was Mr Sibley of PennsylvA- nia and the other Mr McLaurin of South Carolina The first while he did not resign tho seat to which Le had been elected as a democrat did announce his conversion to republicanism openly and has now been reelected as a republican j the latter continuing to equivo cate has rightly been kicked out bag and baggage To Save Her Child From frightful disfigurement Mrs Nannie Colleger of La Grange Ga I applied Bucklcns Arnica Salve to great sores on her head and face I j and writes its quick cure exceeded I all her hopes It works wonders in sores bruises skin eruptions cuts burns scalds and piles 25c I Curo guaranteed by J Taylor DayrsI lof Hazel Green or S S Combsj Son Campion drug TIIEUE is nothing now in tho Sampson letter to which Captain IjSchloy refers The admiral sent I it to congress a year or two ago causing a most extraordinary Hut i ter in tho navy ring thereby How ever tho ring was too committed to Sampson to own up- I at that state of the game James White Bryautsville Intl I SalvoIJ j Accept no imitations I H F IlEUATT j goldjI ever before in its history amount being 501354297 and iit is nccumlating at tile rate of 5 000000 a month Since July 1 1900 the gold on hand has increased 81000000 Eruptions cuts burns scalds and sores of all kinds quickly heal ed by De Witts Witch Hazel Salve Certain cure for piles Beware o tjii counterfeits Be sure you get the original DeWitts H F PIERATT TIrE 18 stockholders of the First National Bank of Now York recently participated in a dividend of 1900 per cent which has never been equalled by any banking in stitution in the world What a Tale it Tells If that mirror of yours shows wretched sallow complexion ia jaundiced look moth patches and blotches on the skin its liver trouble but Dr Kings New LifoI Pills regulate the liver purify tho blood give clear skin rosy cheeks rich completion Onl25c aI J Taylor Day Hazel Green or- S S Combs Son Camptou drug IT storesII ministration should have pigeon holed that damning official report about slavery in tho Philippines What else could it do P T Thomas Sumterville Ala I was suffering from dyspepsia when I commenced taking KodolI Dyspepsia Cure I took several Lot tles and can digest anything Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure is tho only preparation containing all the natural digestive fluids It gives weakstomachs entire rest restor ing natural conditionH PIERATT IF as President Havemeyer ofr tho sugar trust says the tariff isI tho mother of trusts why not try tho effect of abolishing it on hisI trusts If the action of your bowels is not easy and regular serious com plications must be the final result DeWitts Little Early Risers will remove the danger Safe pleasant and effective H F PIERATT COME to think of it is it tho in tention of President McKinley that benevolent assimilation shall be preceded by benevolent gluttony O 0 Buck Beirne Ark says I was troubled withconstipation until I bought DeWitts Little Early Risers Since then have been entirely cured of my old complaint Ireccoinmond them HFPIEBATT Wiry should Porto Rico have to pay for her own federal courts No other state or territory in the Union does so- WANTEDTrustworthy men and women to travel and advertise for oldestablished house ofsolid finan cia standing Salary 780 a year andexpenses all payable in cash No canvassing required Give refer ences and enclose selfaddressed stamped envelope Address Mana ger 355 Caxton Bldg Chicago tfII JIow that Uncle Sam sees how easy it was to do his plain duty he wonders why ho didirt do it two years ago l- WANTEDA bright polite boy who can spell read and write to learn the printers trade 12 to 10t yean bf ige Apply at this office i h S T u IiTt Huqanson u I IIRECT w- I FROM DISTILLERY TO CONSUMER 1 ti 1I 1 VJO fjI gHagansHaguns Old Rye or Bourbon 5 years old per gallon 250 N HaganH Old Rye or Bourbon 7 years old j per gallon 275 s ti Hagans Old Rye or Bourbon S years old j per gallon 5100 WHISKEY IN CASES yenrKIoldpacked in plain case no marks with corkscrew and etched glass express charges propaid Wo do not prepay express charges on whiskey under 3 per gallon tIFYOUWANT PURE WHISKEY DRINK HAGANS RYE II I i YSPECIAL PRICE LISTWO quoto tho following Brands of whiskies bottled and cased by Stoll Co Lexington Ky Old Elk 4s 12 bottles per case 1200 Old Elk 4s Ij5 600 JDonel Lillard 4s 12 bottles per case 1200 Bond it Lillard 4s G 600 Bond t Lillard 5s 12I 1100 Bond Lillard 5s 6 550 Old Tarr 5c 12 bottles per case 1000 0 bottles per case 500 Ashland 5s 12 bottle per case 1000 0 bottles per case 500 Old Elk iis bottled in bond and also free j tho other whiskies are bottled free only You run no risk whatever in sending us your order We guarantee every shipment we make to bo exactly as represented If goods are not ontiroly satisfactory ship them back and your money will bo refunded We do not ship goods C O D Please nmko alll 1 remittances payable to The lingua Distilling Company References Tho Lexington City National Hank or Stoll it Cop largest distiller in State iiAddress THE HAGAN DISTILLING Co LEXINGTON KY I BBTAR iATfi1T- TWX1LL4E 1G OCE S93VEAIKT STREET9 LEXINCTON KY- tThe 0 patronage of mountain merchants is respectfully solic- t ited and all orders will havo prompt attention J T DAY DEALER IN CENERAL MERCHANDISE HAZEL GREEN KY Has in stock a magnificent stock of UPTODATE GOODS in every lino and is freshening up ovary weekr McLin is now in tho cities buying and as he buys ho is shipping in Our stock is so much larger 1and bought in such large quantities that we can undersell any house in Eastern Kentucky Try us and you will bo convinced that we un j derbuy because you will know we unders lltt HUCHES CHILL TONIC PAULTAIILE- Btttcr than Culomtlau Quinine Contrins no Arsenic TilE OLD IlEXIAULK KTIUCH E TONIO As well Sure Cure and Swamp Fevers and Bilious Fevers JustC what you need season NE ER FAnS Mild Laxative Nervous Sedative Splendid Tonic Guaranteed Try It take any aubitltute Druggist and nn OWLGnI A Farm willsell my farm of 159 ACRES Consisting of about 80 acres of cleared more than half ofwhich is in and the rest good oak timber with one Good Frame Dwelliig House of four rooms ana good drilled welltf never failing and outhouses and stables also two tenant houses There is Fine Vein of the BEST COAL train which several thousand bushels are sold each year The farm is one andone half miles from Hazel Green A good bargain can made by applying in per son or writing to WM U CORn Hazel Green Ky 1iuckciitcrnithWINCIIESTEB K H WrmERSPOON President- B D HUNTER Cashier Paid Capital 10000000 Surplus 2000000 m21648Thlchant farmer traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and oen Ita cuatomerseveryfscllity aDd taoJleiluwea t t Whisk west A IN TUIJISaves nine llu ipi Tonic taste SprigFall iI Malarial Fevers ACt on the liver and tones up the system t j ELLIIi 6BHIBA1as a for Chills Fevers at this IT Dont At 3oc 1 llottlei a u tor Sale I gross in a water cribs a be up k I ROBINSONPETTET a CO INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY THE NEW YORK WORLD AJ5JQST A IlJI The presidential campaign is over but the world goes on just the same and it is full oi news To learn this news just as it is yenhaveThriceaWeek Edition of the New York World which comes to the subscriber 156 I yearThe Worlds diligence as a publisher of first news has given It circu I lation wherever the English language Isospokenand you want itThe ThriceaWeek World regular subscription I prices only 100 per year We ofter this uncijualed newspaper and THE HAZEL GRERN HEHAH together for 150 JThe regular subscription price of the two papers is fcUW SUra Wotte Ellilsii I have for sale now Silver Wyandotte Eggs at 100 for 13 I These Are Thoroughbredo Buy a setting raise some THOROUGH 1 BRED CHICKENS and you will be noII longer satisfied with the COMMON srocIFirst call first servedtJ ROBERT I CORD 33 Hazel Green KyI C A LYNCH BEPItmENTINOiI A pNgJ eRN S CO Wholisaii bDry Goods IJfCHARLESTON W VA at Solicits a share of your patronage and asks you to bold M order for JWu f i REGAIN YOUR HEALTH WITH VITAEORENATURES DOCTOR FOR MANKIND I IIT CURESJ Rheumatism DiptheriaLa Brights Disease Blood Poisoning Kidney Liver and Stomach Troubles Female Complaint Catarrh and Ceneral Debility FROM PHYSICIANS Foptevux CITY INI In numbers of instances VilxOre has produced remarkable cures of cases pro nounced incurable and I lave found it the mast reliable remedy In all uhrouic cases of disease I would ndvUe my professional brethren everywhere to test it Iin their prac tice anti I feel assured that none will regret it T W TAYLOB nI D- Oinx ILL That the therapeutic effect of VituOre Is without an equal is my candid belief I have tested its virtues in many cases und lau re commend it JOHN D locuS M D Pains in Joints SiiiuuEY OST CAN 2MJ3 I have a little grandchild seven years old win jibout two years ago was taken with Pains jin iil her to bad they had to carry her around on 1iiiiiws to eae tie puiii She could nut eat was slev 8J dnwsv all the time was white as a sheet and iiiir joints were BO swollen that cnutiun hall to be used in moving her I told my daughter that IIWl1i no doctor hint I kllfiw that if Vitae Ore did nu good it would at lcat do no Imnn so on my recommendation she took package and in oue week the child was to ing to school There has been no return of the trouble since II people only know half as mud about VitaeOre us tier mother there would not be a house in Canada with out yitneOre always on hand for an cinerii ency for my part I could not get along with out it My Vfds ive been troubling me for about six years and voy ftcr usinx Vitae Ore they are wonderfully improved lor I ea hurts itac Ore cannot be beat It IU a CodsendJIUM KUVXEIJY Change From 75 Years of Age to 16 Sir Cooper Hazel Orecn Ky- I purchaMd some of the Vila Ore from you in the latter part of March antI after taking about is half pit of the Vita Ore Elixer my nerves were as steady as when I was 16 years of age and I gm yow past 75 For more than a year I lad Wen trppg all the patent medicines and nontrurus I could hear of to build myself up but nothing did me any good until I used Vila Ore which my wife brought use from your house Alter using it a week I went out and did three days as hard work UK I jiavedoiie in 25 years and I was not more fatigued than I wax 23 years ago over the same work It is the grandest medicine in the world and I want everybody in the mountain to know what it did for me MI they nay try It Hoping every one who his that tired feeling inri dent to old age will buy Yitae Ore ofyou and give it a fair trial I remain thankfully yours for putting me on to this remedy JAMES A LACY I can vouch for every word Sir Lacy says in thfi clpyc I am ins wife and bought the medicine of IJr Cooper for hint though I lid not have much wjjh in it because we hall tried so many things that ijid no good I have also used Yll Ore and urn stronger and Iin better health than for years whirls attribute to its use Mns SOUIIEY LACY Lacy creek June 1 1901 Bladder and Eldnoy Trouble CiiiLuto III I must say I never heard of a case of Iliad der and Kidner Trouble which was as ball as mine was f had to get up from twenty to twentyfive times a night to urinate with burning pain 1 had teen troubled with this disease for about eleven years I was treated and examined at a hospital and hail four or five ditlercnt kinds of medicine from the doctor which did me no good I tried vicious patent medicines and doctors without one event of good resulting I have not used quite three packages of VIla Ore I am C9 years of age and feel as wellas when I was 30 years old There is one thing about VitalOre which I have observed and IhatI is it jJJIut hurt anyone It is good for anyones s IIjjJ kiow ofa lady who was troubled w Ie and pIjddcrTrouble for ten years But after using WiueOe she is now entirely well Ifanyone wants to hnow if this is a true statement he can call and see me or write to m- eJons SurrEK 371 K Clark St None but the brave dare stop aside From customs iron rule The common mind must follow it Or be esteemed fool BLUEGRASS + NURSERIES 0SPRING 10O1 o Fruit and Ornamental Trees Shrubs Roses Grapes Small fruits As paragus Rhubarb and everything for rightNobottom to the actual planter Catalogue n application to H F HILLENMEYERLEXINGTON AN ORDINANCE Ta Cfcua Beandiry Line of lutl Greea On motion of J B Davis and seconded without dissenting vote the following lines to be made the corporate limits of the town of Hazel Green viz Beginning at John Boses Sulphur Spring on present boundary line and running southeast with orlginalltownedline and fence to top of bluff including his land and to said Swangos line on State road thence crossing the road to II F- ieratts line up the divide to tho original own line This ordinance to be published in the AZEL GHEES HERALD according to law W H CORD Chairman C B RoSE Secretary UtT YOUR NOTEHEADSKnrelopei Letterheads Catalogues Sal BUliEprln at nEBALDofllee CopIes of bis paper may be round on file the office of our Washington correspond bnt E O Sltrtn 918 FStreeOlW Washington DiC t l AFTEIl YOU HAVE TESTED ALL NOSTRUMS DRUGS AND DOC f TORS only to grow older and worse try VIT EOKE tLe Ore of Lifeand learn that it is the Rest Thing In On or Out of the Earth for the Afflicted Its unequalled Antiseptic Tonic Power will remove the Nidus of any ill It is not a quack nostrum but n remedy nothing man makes equals It challenges corn parison It is a discovery never downed by quacks who thrive on a mans ilia being protracted It is a puzzle to the scientist an enigma to the medical student a boon to the afflicted It contaius all poorIandsupplies to the system that which is necessary to sustain Life Health and Strength YET r peoplecJII universally endorsed Thousands ppoulowhoa FROM MINISTERS KLIZKY Miss I have been afilicted with Nervous Pros tration Liver and Kidney trouble for about It years antI fes for 20 years Alter using VineOre four days toy Ilps dlsappeaiedI and the blbcdjng ceased J continned its iujiierviiusTrouble and Piles are gout lluv T II SMITH KOTOS I A I have taken your VltuvOre for about ia month and find it has done me wore good thaH any thin I have ever taken for Liver nnd Kidney Trouble fix C H WJLSON Catarrh HAXGOU MICH For a number of years I suffered with Catarrh of the Head until it finally rcaihtd my Ktnmuch und Dowels The least coldI would jnpreppe my fuleringii to that II scarcely ever slept iiujre than three pr four hours during the ni ht Two years ago my ThroatI and Hmnchiul Tubes became tlict nl to such an extent that my voice teas at retch und Iniy lungs terre beioming Jill easedsA very moderate use of Vine Ore and VO OreOllne hue greatly rcHeveilmy iiflerini anti I nm now in better health than since the year 18l3 at which tine I uas compelled to glee up work I weigh ten pounds more tItan I have lor many years und believe that a jiersisteiit and iin iJifeut use of VO and its companion re I sullen5II in connection with VO tint keeps my wile from being jick through all the damp riiuy weather Site iis so subject to Coughs Colds and Pncuuioiiia that we would not think of being without those articles and VO OreOIine as well and piot faithfully rccouiiueud them to atlliulcd people LJSVEinou Feyer EQUALITY ALt 5298 I take pleasure in telling what Vita Ore has dune fur me About a year ago I was taken sjik and my doctor said I was Spin r to have a fryer to Jo gave me medi cine for two months whirl djd pic no good JlyI tongue was coated all the time and I niyhangsable to do allY work on my farm I bought a package If VitcOre pod after I had taken it I was able to gatjier my crops It did me more good than gill UljJ medicines J have ever taken I have tukcn three packages of mimyfantuI tutu so 1111 going to give your great and wonderful remedy a fair trial UK it huts al ready done me much good I have hopes of good health yet W M UUYAXT Cured at 82 Years ANUERSOX INC ncrTroulalecures made by your VitaeOre I began taking itulII it has dune tie more guithan all of the other medicines I have ever taken I have been using it now for about four weeks and am almost entirely cured of my Kidney Trouble and it huts also helped my Illicuuiatisni I was so bad at times that I could met gptJ down to tic uiv shoes but I jllIlllIOlfcelJ on September 11 JOSEPH C KKLTNBR 152U thrown St Was Nearly Dead DALLAS TEXAS powerinverybestexperience with them I was as near a dead man as possible last winter before I began to take itaOre and the grave was prefer able to what I suffered I now feel thirty yean younger BOIl can do my own work no mitJr hog heryy pr hard it may be Without a doubt tis a wondprful raod iciue JoiiJf ROiiuETA guartttaOne FROM WOMEN PECULIAR Mo itaOre has cured me of Rheumatismi of lnllltatll SinbittrsllmnA A ItpApsiiAAV ALAIfamilyeverileaeitvlthmre commend it fur Rheumatism Dyspepsia iatitused it MES W II VlXliKs saved Her Life CESTFI HILI AIK 330 09 enoughfurand the best doctor 1 knew iffailed I am now well nnd stout again I lived for three mouths on raw eggs amid gruel antI then that itiLOr1ihuatItelploK as n liew born babpctre to pie c a rescuer 1 had Catauli of Stumarh In llamination of the Kidneys and Enlarge ment if the Spleen VituOrc is alo tlio lijlthithirniabit JaundIce SACK CENTER MIXN 1128 9S Xo doubt you arc rnled upon daily to wioughtforyou what it has done fur me I was sick ouu year with stomach trouble indigestion then the gallduct plugged up and I had nit ablebodied pase ofjaundice on hand Thu duct would oi en orpartially pppn occasion ally and inspire hope of recovery puly to lie disappointed by us again closing I wLi about the color of a newly smoked ham smith endured the tortures of the dawned withcii infernal itching I was treated by a first class physician Consultation was held with two of the most prominent practitioners from the Twin lilies After taking no end of medicines with no results they told me there was no help for me but an opera tion I had fallen off about 70 pounds in weight and was SII week I could not sit up all day About this time my friend your agent prevailed upon pie to try just one 11tnetltoand stuck prescriptions llut as the bet tons said it was useless to give meqpy more I toM uiy good friend to bring mp some ani f took it a a forlorn hope Having no con IrCIarl1Itfur youhowthink I was romancing as a matter of tally to you Slut one package cured me Iud to mylifetive at GO as I was at 20 lint I feel just as well My indigestion is a thing of the past and my liver has been attending strictly to business ever since I dont bupposc it is a universal panacea but it my liver ever goes on another strike you way be sure I will send for yitaipre Chits HARMON Paralysis and ftheumatiswQCIXCKY lab IIIPictfl1friends miclhiusceifJ liteItheycaraMrsmale Trouble IIs doing as well as can be ex pected The man who was Paralyzed about two weeks ago anti could not walk or spcak so as to be understood or raise his right arm took a package of VitteOre and VO Pills and today he got out of his chair withont assistance and walked across the room he talks now so as to be heard JOHN II csrED Made a Permanent Corei- NDIANTOWJf N C I have used VitaeOre for a Cancer on my check and it Aiade a permanent cnre after flociors ant capcer Jutes failed r tjiinkT enlfIQito 1receipt11 JFSADLERCoCS Established In 1805 COMMISSION MERCHANTS FOR TIlE SALE OP GattIOHOgSSnOOD t Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI O Long Distance Telephone WEST 101 Liberal cash advances made upon consignments nnd sales guaranteed I DONT FORGET IT 1 WE MANUFA- CTUItERubber StampsAnd Keep on hand Pads Inks and Stamp Supplies J L RICHARDSON CO E I TE e37 West Short Street LEXINGTON KY 0 t1 i OF EVERY DESCRIPTION ANDStFBOMPTLYEXECUTED AT THIS OFFICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED IN ALL CASES 1 ii L