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U t w H h IIII nonon 0 0 oCOCOC iUU 1 15000300I1 I I I- 1 i i SEE PRIZESIII Lucco OOHI I TtIEHAZEL GREEN HERALD= == 15 == Established March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell == =SEVENTEENTH YEAR HAZEL WOLFE COUNTY OCTOBER NUMBER STKNCKK YEARhluorcoorKit I I I t t AIWfr In dyaDce A I The Kind You Havo Always Bought and which 1tu in use fur over JJO years has homo tho Kihrnatnro of 4 nail has been inaclo under his per sonal supervision since its infancytI Allow no ono to deceive you All tountcrients Imitations ami Jiistasgooctnro ImtII that trillo with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against EXIlcrilllcnts What is CASTORIA is Cistc r a t iIilrsj fiislitnto for Castor Oil Pare I ale e i ill Soothing Syru s It Lsi Jleasant Itbo ntrit icJMr Gpiutu lorilino nor other Narcotic wibstaucj I j njrr isi its jjuanintec It destroys Worms and allay I rvc rirliiu It cures Dinrrluuu and Wind Colic It relieves Teethii r Troiililes euros Constipation anti Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho Stomach and IJovels giving healthy and natural lcCItTIm Children mwcaThe mothers Friend EWUiWE CASTORIA ALWAYS i Sj Bears the Signature of Itd d The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years J THE CENTAUR COMPANY TT MURRAT TIIEa NEW roan CITY L I I A BUSINESS TRAINING AT THE LEXINGTON BUSINESS 4 COLLEGE Gives capitalized results for Business Life and ment to the and worthy SICO invested in this school has been the means of help to of honor and trust WHY NOT YOU- GETTING A START in the world is everything WE START YOU WITH A CASH a Business it without it such a is indispensable ULK CATALOGUE cut linir our several course- and circulars you what others are doing andl how YOU can dc likewise should be in your hands A postal will bring it IF YOUR MEANS are lim ned rsk for Circular uA telling you how you can be at CivilI ltrvlCt1 pnleos uuntr c1e tions prepare public school teachers to teach our Branches in other Business Collegtsund prepare Stenographers and Bookkeepers for the best with the best Dumess Firms FREE First Lessons in Shorthand wih Cciaplete for begin ner mailed free on application EARN A SCHOLARSHIP FREE by us at your home durin spare hours Circular uB WRITE TODAY naming Course desired IN WRITING be sure to state you aW our ad in THE HAZEL GREEN Address B JONES LEXINGTON KY ThfJ rf l l t i MrtiQ PltQltfiocllhliJUldlI IMittdlj ppI II OF LEXINGTON INCORPORATED Iaraart Leaderr 1 in Weekly i I 1 Investmentl FieldP i in KentuckyY NEW AND AITUOXED CONTR VCT JeST Pays 40 per ocr annum on All Money invested Redeems all Contracts in Weeks HAS PAID CUSTOMERS IN FIFTY I THREE 53 WEEKS OVER lOVER 73000 GREEN KENTUCKY THURSDAY 211901 15 Experiments by preparing Insuring Employ ambitious tag thousands positions CAPITAL Education necessary training showing Special instructed homEWE PREPARE for Government positions Iruticcttcus the working for explains HERALD BENJAMIN President nl KY The ISSUED cent 156 SIi 7000000 PASSED TO TIlE RESERVE AND TILE SURPLUS FUND 1 f- fItspatrons aro among tho leading business mon and women in nil the different callings of life LrKeops its promises to tho letter Run by men of business standing and capacity Address 77 East Short Lexington Ky J H BAKER Secretary and Manager fJ F sA L RolGo 3 l lt11SSiO ltrvlERlHANTS r P 9 FOIL THK SALE OFI iI1ellosSeeand I Union Stock YarpterCH INNATI O I Long IlUtance jtclriihonr WEisT 101 flfLUieral cash advances made jion consignment and sales guaranteed TJ Gel Your Pitts at TiE BpfllD OfficeeI I J f Q e OO c3 W R TABOR Q per G3 tOCOp is Brief Biography of His Business jatoI i HE are ninny young men TIlEi tho present day who hesi to go in Cosiness and make no effort to build up a business character because they have noticeI capital to start n big store or IIon something on a grand scale With oua tho advantages offered by our to Pita young man for he keeping tic any young hookI of endowed with good health and 1 energy should feel able to go inI l with a small capital if he can mako up his mind to forego pleasure and tho many petty vices for that haunt his pathway C We do not mind you advance idea that the mercantile business i is the only ono in which money can ho muse On tho contrary itI is with tho many stores springing up in the mountains like mu h rooms about the lat resort But we have in mind a gentleman who started business some 20 years since with very little capital and who has made a success a good part of it being attributable to the mercantile business Legging saw milling stave and ties oiler places for energetic men Indeed there are many kinds of niainess that will make a man money if the man himself will doIj to lis part Hence this article to show a living example of our theI ory And the subject of this kltchI did not have the advantago a business education but ho got there all tho same However it isI not every man who can do so even with ilia advantage of being a good bookkeeper and that is certainly I Ito 11not11 as Greets academy will qualify a young man for that part of the business There are traits of character es seutial to success however which it iCts1 gsalltlllsee is lacking u points or if so that he is able to overcome thou Ho must have Ior nerve and patience and politeness and be a fair judge of human char ucter With these and good healthi he may go ahead The subject of this sketch W Uugsull Tutor entered tho store of CurutyollgMenefeo county July 4 1851 u t 10 per month where ho continu a ed until tho fall of ISSU when tho firm sold out to Alfred W Combs The change loft him without a po I sition and ho engaged with M1 A Phillips at Frenchburg with whom I ho remained only ti short time until Nov ISSy Then he embark ed in business for himself at Rothwoll with J F Osbon the firm name being Osbon Tabor This venture took all the capital1 ho had 0500 They continued too business together until Jan 1 18S4 when he sold out to Mr Osbon who continued alouo for about a month when he sold out to J C Andrews of Xenia Ohio On September 1 ISi Mr Tabor I again embarked in the mercantile business buying out Mr Andrewsi t 1which left him without a cent andEI a debt of 27500 to face Ho j struggled on alone until some time i in 1838 in tho meatime having built up a magnificent business at liothwell1 when ho took his brother I Sum Tabor into partnership since which time the firm name has been j Tabor Bros They have a store at Rothwoll whore they carry n stock of about f15000 also one at McCausoy i where the stock will average per haps 10000 Beside these the subject of our sketch has a half interest in a store at Chambers Station his partner being Claude Paxton and tho firm nameIT Tabor Co He has besfdo many other investments in stockcI and owns some real estate And all this from tho capital of 05 I Without inquiring too closely into Mr Tabors affairs we know enough to venture the assertion t j i t1- o L t that from his clerkship of 1000 month ho has clinched to the comfortable ono where he can com maud 25000 or 30000 and this conservative rather below than above his financial condition He been successful beyond cavil the fact is too patent to t depend upon printers ink to do lineate it and ho has won success because he deserved it Never in business life has he shown a mer or miserly disposition hutII tho contrary ho has been with all and the consequence was that once ho had a customer retained him lie is also ono 1 tho must public spirited men in i Mcncfeo and it is principally his I patronage that enables Mr Whit IIIitho storo at Rothwoll and Me use y respectively which are on I yearly contract and at liberal cash rates Ho is polite painstaking and patient When ho started hoi realized that it would take time to build up a trade and he was con tent to lido his time knowing the principle ho had in mind LivoI and let live founded upon fairll dealing and hacked I hy his own I dour conscience would win in the f 111Il1 And it hasIII Thol profit and loss account hlstt boon credited with many pairs of shoes for little tots who otherwise would have gone barefoot many J dress patterns and occasionally warm skirts have found their wayc destitute but delicate deserving cIonationIIhInds w many working laborer who over IE como by sickness of himself or his I family or who maybe has found himself without work null unable I support those dependent upon has found a refuge in Russell who gavo them timo to pay or tho necessities or somehow founda way to relieve their distress and often enough without their knowledge Thus he cast his bread upon the waters and after many days has returned to him increased in reat measure Is it any wonder that ho is popular not only in his own county but everywhere where known lIe is possessed of moroj less magnetism which attracts people to him and onco there like Jtho needle hovering around the xotIwI spoilt him His head has never swelled beyond its normal size and ho now wears a hat numbered tho same as the ono ho used when 110 clerk in Bob Beans store Mr Tabor married a Miss RuthIi well and their union has been blessed with two or three children In tho homo circle ho enjoys him a81hol conIveniencoI to several secret orders and woi know he is a Pythian in which ho 1was knighted several years ago Ho is a republican in polities and was a few years ago honoredjtl with tho nomination for roprescn tativo from Montgomery and Men inlwhichl by his democratic opponent by n small majority lIe was impor tuned to mako tho race for tho place this time but pressing personal business precluded th I possibility of it though it was by some democrats of that district conceded that ho could this timo have lauded the prize Yet a young man and in the en joy meat of health Mr Tabor may enjoymany political honors from his party and at tho end of tho de code wo are now entering ho may need at least six figures to present his fortune in dollars Wo should be proud to so record it III Now tho business career of Mr Tabor is an object lesson that all1 young men will do well to learn I and his example is worthy of emu lation DoWitts Littlo Early Risers never disappoint Thoy are safe prompt gentle effective in removing 1 all impurities from the liver and bowels Small and easy to take Never gripe or distress H F PIERATT N 1 t Our Next Representative Joss Morris was hero Saturday etting signatures to his petition hookslcIand bidding good bye to his host of friends before starting to Cumpjii ton he remarked Boys the next time I see you I hope to have the j reprsentativeIolect Tuesday Nov 5 unless all signs I fail Aftor going to Camp ton IrI Morris had to ride 25 miles to get I to West Liberty in timo to register hero which made a 55milo ride after leaving hero added to which 1C miles from his homo here making a total of 51 miles lie said ho was equal to tho occasion and expected to bestir himself in like when he assumed his ofli duties ut Frankfort and his friends think he will always be on hand Tot Causes Night Alarm Ono night my brothers pithy was taken with Croup writes Mrs J Kyit 1 gaveitgave quick relief and permanent ly cured it Wo always keep it in the house to protect our children CoughIttrouble that no other remedy would relieve Infallible for coughs colds throat and lung troubles 50s and 100 Trial bottles free at l Taylor Day Hazel Green and Camptondrug Change In Time Table Beginning on Sunday the 20th inst tho timo table on the L C railroad was changed The train to Lexington in tho morning arrives at Torrent at 747 and coming from Lexington at 10U8c The afternoon train from Jackson j arrives at 219 and coming from Lexington at 11 Other changes will be found by refering to the time table which will be found j in right hand column of first page This arrangement will tumble citi tens of Hazel Green to reach the morning train go to Lexington and return same day provided they nso private conveyance and start from hero at 100 a in 1AFiendish Attack IA was lately made on C F Collier of Cherokee Iowa that throIcould not stoop without great IIw nor sit in a chuir oxcept prop by cushions Xo remedy helped him until he tried Electric Bit wonderfula new man marvelous medicine cures backache and kid ney trouble purifies tho blood OnlymDnyHa701Sous Campton drugstores A mistake Corrected Our piper of last week stated that the quarterly meeting of the Methodist church would begin on Saturday last This was an error but not our fault nor the fault of our informant Tho pastor him solf Rev Mr Greening was inis informed when ho told the gentleman who told us and did not get tho correct time soon enough to reach us The meeting will begin this SaturdayT0 are sorry the mistake occurred if it has caused any ono any trouble but wo pub lished tho time as given us and ore altogether blameless in the mutter toemorrow is the time Liberal With Money TILE CINCINNATI WEEKLY Es QUIUKK is offering 50000 in Cash Premiums for nearest correct guesses on the total vote of Ohio Tho election in Ohio occurs on Tuesday November 5th this year and is for a Governor State Olli cers and Legislators The now Leg islaturo will choose a United Statesi Senator to succeed Senator For nkor THE EXQUIKEK also offers 50 each week for the largest club of guesses received during that week This is an excellent chance for ob taining moneyeasy i Mothers every where praiso Ones su1eringss of their little ones it has saved Strikes at tho root of tho trouble I and draws out the inflammation Tho childrens favorite Cough Cure H F PIEIIATT f Our New Pastor Rev J A Greening the preacher in chargo of the West Liberty M E Church South arrived in town ono day lust week It J is not decided where ho will make his homo horn or at Hazel Green That will be settled in a few days This is Bro Greenings first work theIyears fore going into the ministry he lived in Illinois where he was born and grow to manhood His family consists of three children two so is aml- rono daughter who are now in tho stato of Illinois the wife and mother having died September if last year From the short acquaintance we have had with Bro Greening we ooliovo the people of our county will bo pleased with him as hOis very cordial with those he has met 11their11 J bers of his church as well as allll lovers of religion will do their lost to make his workwhile among us pleasant to himself and motherless children Morgan Mes se J gorWANTEDTrustworthy men and women to travel and advertise for old established house of solid financial standing Salary 780 a year and expenses all payable in cash No canvassing required Give refer ences and enclose selfaddressed tamped envelope Address Mane I gor y5 Caxton Bldg Chicago tf A Sudden Death A telephone message came to Dr Nickell Saturday morning to- go to Frank Roses above Lee City to see a Mrs Reynolds was reported quito ill She whoII n few days since and had never recovered Before the doctor could get ready to go how ever another message came telling that silo was leaf No one about hero know tilt lady and tho pre sumption is that she was tho wife of one of the men engaged at tho stato mill near Mr Ruses all of I whom aro strangers to tfiis BeclI tion It was surely a sudden death Do you suffer from piles If so do not turn to surgery for relief DoWitts Witch Havel Salvo will act more quickly surely and safe ly saving you tho expense and danger of an operation H F PlEIlATT Mammoth Medicine Manufactory Dr Fencers representative was here Saturday and sold H F Pie ratt a supply ef medicines which will be advertised in THE HERALD as soon as tho electros can be for warded to us Some iidea of the amount of medicines manufactured by Dr Fonner may be had from the fact that ho has 157 men on the road in tho United States and even that number find it impossi ble to reach all points A Mr Smith and by tho by a very af fable old gentleman polite was the one here C M Philips ForestJale Vt says his child was completely cured of a bad case of exzenia by the use of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo Beware of all counterfeits It in stantly relieves pilesH F PIERATT Same Old Trouble Admiral Sampson is experienc ing the same difficulty of getting into tho fracas that ho did at San tingoSnlt Lake Herald TIlE HERALD for 12 months and 5000 for too is a great big bargain awaiting the mau who can figure the total vote of Ohio Maa sachusetts and Iowa See Try Your Luck on last page for par ticulars Sam Totten of Strong killed a wild cat near that place last Sat urdny which weighed thirtyfive pounds Sam says the varmint had devoured several dozen chick one for him His first shot struck him in the hind quarters and as it was not fatal the animal made for him but a second shot in tho breast finished the bruto before he could get in fighting range Frenchburg News When you have head ache or neuralgia try Trlphene Sold by S S Combs k Sons Campton a H F Pieratt Hazel Green tf i tJt g r SUtsssSSSsUhIssIussS I j I IIfl I Iff 500000II sEE PeaE sL JII COUNTY + DIRECTORY + w CIRCUIT COURT FourthMondayinSeptember JudeACommissionerC 0COUNTY COURT First Monday in each month G T CENTER Judge W S TUTT Clerk A T COMBS Sheriff AttornlYISAAC JailerOmAssessorJuuN FUNS SAMPLE Coroner 10MAGISTRATES COURTS TIME OF HOLDING AND OFFICIALS SnOCKEYMagistrate courtSEcoNn holdingcourtj UOSEJRinFebruary Magig stableCourtFebruaryMayFOURTH DtsrnierIt R LECJO j eCourtMarchJuneDecemberi VIIBANKSFriday in February May August and November BonyMagistrate MarchJunc 1s OLmvERMagistrate r time for holding wart r g Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table ii Eliect Oct 20 19- 01EASTBO ND I NoJ I NoII STATIONS Daily ex Daily cx I Sunday I Sunday PMLveAMLva Lexington 2 10 pm 7 40 am Winchester 2 55 pm 8 25 am j LEJuncn 3 07 pm 8 37 am Clay City 3 40 pm 0 13 am Stanton 3 51 pm 9 23 am Nat Brldge 4 20 pm 9 54 am Torrent 4 34 pm 10 08 Buttyve Jc 4 56 pmIO 29 amII Jackson 6 00 prnjll 30 WEST BOUND Nol No3 STATIONS Daily ex Daily ex II Sunday Sunday pmBeattyvepmTorrent pmStanton pmLEJuncn pmlLexingtonI J IL BAIUlGenl Manager CHAS SCOTT Gen Pa i Agent T IL MORGAN 8 P A LOUISVILLI1 TIN AND STOVE COMPANY Jobbers and Dealers in J1 ST VESJapaned and awareWC r XiOUXSVlXiZtE KIT DILLER + BENNETT WHOLESALE fURNITUREThe Largest Exclusive 527WlalnSt Wholesale Furniture Dealer in the South LOQlBVllIe HyGo J B SnUlUBWOItn 1 Manufacturers and Jobbers of J MENS BOYSCLOTHINCI 607 W MAIN STREETLOUISVILLE KY REH BEVERSON CO s WHOLESALE s a SADDL1BY 508M2 W MAIN STREET I LOUISVILLE XY P 4 tOOPYeaaseArarasetaRwr tl a c 1w bMbe CdaldlyylrLtMaalltlla ta r airlasitwtrtsvn1rrlal- alrr t al- rwTses ta1aA L- iptai a sa a ttrwWp ii INYYIJYE CE aanN W WMMlliaTH R L r r K I THE HERALD I I a I f SPENCER COOPER Editor I I HAZEL GREEN KY I t t tlTHURSDAYI October 21t 1901 i + nnOUnlemEnT + Fur1PSur We are authorized to announce KMIAII r ROSE of Stillwater as a candidate for the office of Assessor subject only to the willI of the people as expressed at the polls of I Tuesday Novembers 1JOl i r DEMOCRATIC TICKET 11 For State Senator 34th District j C D SUBLETT of Magnfiin County I For Representative91st District JESSE P MORRIS of Morgan County THE COUNTY TICKET I For JudgeJ W CONOLETOX For AttorneyC C FULKSIt For ClerkW S For Sheriff T F STAMPER For Supt Schools J W TAULBEE I For Jailer J B LITTLE For AssessorS N HOBBSI1 e For Coroner FRANK SAMPLES JBSTEIection Tuesday Nov 5 mOl i ONLY one week and 1 tit days intervene between now t a and tho day of election yet t we never saw so much lethar r gy among democrats Repub j licans are making stillhuntt as is their wont whenever they hope to win but the democrats j seem to take it for granted w are to win anyhow Dont 1- c be too sanguine fellowda nt o crats or you may have cause w to regret it Still water runs deep and this still hunt of the republicans is likely to ct deeper than you may believe t Over confidence has cost dire calamity to democrats before So be on your guardand sec that your democratic neighbor is not proselytes The devil and his minions are always o the lookout for doubtful souls t and the republican still hunters t will try to stalk every vo IsxIs S make up their minds and save a the republicans that trouble f THE Lincoln News is published at Hamlin W Va and edited by Seneca X Swimm and Thos C Easterling both of whom had their training int the art preservative and on the tripod in this office Under these circumstances we opine that The News editorial co I umns will sparkle with bot I I brilliant and brainy effulgence iIt and that typographically no paper in Vest Virginia w- iE 1 compare with it We place it on our Xlist this week and1 z shallcon its columns with zealous care every week Success r gentlemen and may you I E each parade a plethoric purse r THE first number volume one of the Breathitt Count News has reached our table It claims to be independent r but flies tho fusion ticket a- I its head J Wise llagins the bolting democrat is the editor and ostensibly it will be divo- tcd I jtp local affairs Putting politics aside it proud es- rt to tr ofIIOIj1 7column folio patent outside hut wellfilled bv local 5 advertising and should prove suceesI j by Democratic Campaign Committee The following namedI I gentle men compose the campaign l committee as selected for this county together with their re spective districts Judge CJ H Swaniro iis chairman tlHlr of Spencer Cooper Dist Xo 1J llrltaryI in No 2Hplncer Cooper A F Johnson j No 31 IL Hollon I No JW L BushtlNo 5H C Klkins No OJ M1 SwangoIIonbb- I u No irrliurphy i j i 0 Xo fI1 C Oliver Now THAT tho departments case against Scliloy is all in ono won tiers why the charges were over made against him Outsiders like nlflwj Itf lioen in Inmost iignorance of the facts in the case hutI Secretary Long anti tho higher officers of the department must have known how i utterly baselrss tho slanders wore Kefore the trial it was said1l that the navy llpartmcntwitsel- f was on trial quite as nuuh ailI Schley now it may ho said with LI equal truth that the department l has been convicted of deliberately hounding an able patriotic and courageous officer who had done his duty with perfect success The navy ring including Secretary t Long was either shamefully ignorant or shamefully prejudiced inI I either case iti should suffer some sort of punishment TILE republican senators who winked at each other when Teddy enunciated his otliceseekerspolic are nov staring aghast at its application Reform policies badly need as they are have always been regarded by the republicans mere ely as springs to catch woodchuck RUSSIA has sent 10000 men to tho Afghan frontier to prevent disturbances arising out of the WhentJohn Bull returns from South Africa ho may find tho map India changed beyond recognition j CSIXTOlt FUYE says that ho tci re introduce his ship subsidy bill slightly modified to meet sundry objections Striking out the en acting clause is tho only tion that will salsify ninetenths Itof the people of tho country I So HEXKV WATEUSOX wants to bo governor of Kentucky senator ofi the United States and democratic nominee for the presidency i 1901 Anything else anti like Henry t nTUE Maryland republicans seem to bo restricted in their candidates tfor election to tho senate to Wel1 lington tool Mudd Theyll both h mud when tho tight is over WE suspect that the British a not worrying so much ovor how to whip the Boers as they are over their inability to nut go the tail ofIi the bull that they grasped s lighthoartedly two years agoII AucoiiDiXG to the hadIIyI however Tammany will insist on deciding tho election by the votes of this year 1IT seems after all that Sulu had conh1ed ference t tried to adopt laws making divorce more difficult 1WILL not Admiral Sampson ask for a court of inquiry to determine whether Secretary Algors chargesI as brought in his book are just1 fied SciiLEYd expenses boforo the I court of inquiry have amounted totl about 20000 thus eating up aliil I his fortune Is this right j I ISNT it about time for Count Boni Castollane to announce to againtPOSSIBLY Corvera also saidi l DanTtrtho Brooklyn somewhere along towards tho wind up Pile J1e Cures PilesaI Money refunded if it ever fail j Lilborn Graham of Fayetto I was hero this week visit g his brother Bony and other and friends He now lives on time old Levi Rhodes farm miles from Lexington on the Richmond pike which was bought his brother Tom Graham sometime ago Fleming Spencer who married the blind daughter of Leo Brooks I died on Monday evening at 2 oclock of typhoid fever aged about 2S years Ho loaves a wifo at and one child Ho was buried at time family graveyard Era tlls Brooks on Red river Try your luck You have jnst a week l which to record your guess IElectri B tn Trial To introduce it rulobtain agents undersigned inn will loud n few of their Klectrie Rents on trial ii the following terms 100 to in date if tho Belt halancuIfpOO to bo paid in sixty days i the Holt effects a cure These Belts j llhoumalj I acct a positive cure for tism Neuralgia Kidney trouble I j Stomach and Liver trouble Asth ma etc Address at onco IrrIt IAS ELECTRIC Arrli l IOIoxlSilNetvYorkN1 i iLExlrTox Oct 21 1001a IIh1t HKKAIIi =Through some oversight of inino tho wrung date for my quarterly meeting was pub i Ilisted in your most excellent col lumns lat week I will bo with you Oct 20 and 27 D V to hole1y my first quarterly meeting of tloI year Ever yours iCFO2i l i Caesar Hurst of Campton was i isyphaxing about Hazel Green on Monday and though ho denied the i soft impeachment ho was hero in I tho interest of tho G 0 P cull i dates Julias Cesar always stands by his friends and ho is so clever I personally that many democrats forget his politics in his person i i tylJackets Capes and Wraps I have out an order for a some rior line of Jacket Caputtl1 Wraps finest assortment ever seen here They will bo sold cheap Dont buy until you see them in I about 10 daysII Killed By an Assassin Jessie Eldridge a farmer living on Middle Fork in Elliott county was sitting Friday night with his family around their fireside when hiofbongo and instantly killed by a i unseen man who was lurking in Iltime dark You cannot buy standard pianos organs buggies sewing machines jewelryA as cheap any whore else as you can of mo Como and see samples and you will be convinced You do not have to risk your money with mailorder houses tf J T GEVEDOX 11Just one week remains in which to re cord your guess Try your luck u Vitaa Ore will relieve you of allj aches and pains Agents wanted Apply to or address with stump t Spencer Cooper Hazel Greon Ky eIs Your Life Worth 25 Cents Consumptives we know that you have been disappointed mummy times rebut mako sue more effort to be- cured Goochs Mexican Syrup has cured thousands and it willcur e you Consumption is tho result of the food material that should goo sustainlII life being absorbed and thrown oil in tuberculous matter To over I como this waste of vital force aid 5ys1tomI Goochs Mexican Syrup It con= trots coughs night sweat spitting of blood soreness in chest inflam ed throat anti lung difficult of breathing heavy coughs accompa need with oxpectorationand parch lips Wo know you have been disappointed many limes hut snake one more effort to save you self You can buy a bottlo of Goochs Mexican Syrup for 25 ct s It taros a simple cough as if h magic and is the best remedy for whooping cough m- 1lIarrietIllt tho residence of Rot at West Liberty on last Miss Emma Fallen daughter of Chas Fallen Iof Wolfe county and Harry Per kins of Lacy creek Mr officiating The bride Js ono 0- four f prettiest young ladies and the groom is an employe of the Chi cago Portrait Company now en gaged in delivering for that in stitutiouIFOR SALEA scholarship in tho Commercial College of Kentucky University By earlyapplication t this office eomo young man can Uaa l Democratic Speaking Time democratic nominees for 1 ho various county oillcos of Wolfe county will address the voters at following times and plact s towit Leo City Saturday Oct 2Nii Antioch Monday Oct 2is Clifty Tuesday Oct 20 Oklahoma Wednesday Oct 30 Holly Thursday Oct 31 Stillwatfr Friday Nov 1 I hazel1 Green Saturday Nov 2 Cnmptnn Monday Nov 11- Speaking commoner promptly 1 oclock and all acct invited to attend these meetings and hear the issues of the day discueswl- Ropmihliean nominees tire wpe jcially invilod1 GJ 1B SWAXUO ICha Dam Cam Com Wolfe Co ISlxclm CooiKitI I Secretary iHenry Pierall bought all the picture frames till agent f time Chicago Portrait Co had leftover and is selling tlnm 5O par coo t cheaper than the agent suit then y1fi t rant one you d better mlill s hurry as the ago ging like hot cuklGtf I I lllHeaifliyMoaiers I J aafew wotJvcn tut bait w braise JI their duia lU w exactlag I he aniety j agof pregnancy the shof WJfciHk j I tan the care of yOW1 dtllwi an 7ii severe trials ot aaV v ngan Srt with i- I I Kg Wire of Cardui withJn her grep every mother evsry woman in the IlmdaR ij a pay the tkbt of ntaul huuth shJ j IMOWU her loviJ Its Do yr j warJ jj3 robust health with ill ts priv i ca andgl 12 plwstircs Wine of Curdui wU Jhc It gl io yau 1 f I rn= 1i- fl Itn ffir jt AiJ 3isllastrtnsihens the femrle orr rs all lavi Ei t crates weakened fcc oS For evuy p g female ill or weakness it is the bafriS J medicine made Ak yon druccHt Jor 9S 5ICO bottle Wine of Cinljii and tale no B M jujitiUitc uadzr any circumstances lm Elgin Cr nr hGht Wh tttl x mmrnmaducagTiaeclCniuilxstrr yaut tow rcthe twue Two wrdu r l lvlmull w mile and pikd sajwhmti Thco mny- oherdUwarbaatraadwhUorpi j I24 Hors mbIirl himm a bade uI lei 1 rowan MIl using the Win durst rrtzr 1tbilmIebrUlttmonth tea rh9 YIIwa lkbet muwo twr will tun ide N IlarepltmYofmG F tw H mmtAmritnkhltsJcCodcl U mcd4ai for atria lotax rcquirina tfttul UKCJC adirea Ino ya The r L- 4yT uv oy croon lciu Cat1l101OOCIJo TaID I sDropped Dead IIRibeCtli tarot flinlf WillllOEt living nt stiilwatt r bridge and of Jim IKosi mar tltt same place dropped dead at hi residenc near the bridle ot Tuesday Ito was a bachelor nu was at ono time sheriff of this county To distinguish him from others by the name of Robert Roe he was sometimes called Threi finered blob Ho was a brother 01 Lncle Harry SWlwgos first wif- aThe cause of his death issupptte to have been heart direnso though no particulars as to his death hay yet been received Noahs ark on dry landft hn been diked out with It Ilcrdeck and companion way so that it nov consists of cabin kitchen aud for castle where Xorh Taylor aria wf will keep house The kirk mmmhf a very cy appearance titmice t1 addition vab trtxtcd and tby nr to bc c ngratulat d upon h Th such quartr for tho winter X many rlowedrumis fare so WH i ICAS1 ORIAand Children The Kind You Have Ar3js Boughtt Boars time 21LIf +Sigu aturu of cf Y AxnH1l agent in every county in Eastern Kentucky to Ijjji llustrling men are the only kind that need apply anti to them I can of fer special induomeirn Writoto noxy1213tf Hazel Green When you have head ache or neuralgia try Tri phono Sold by SS Combs it Sons Campion and H P 1ieratt hazel Green tf Last Warnings Taxes aro now duo and must Ibe paid or property sold Call today and settle II Jj IttasTT D SITO TIIK IKA1 A sick lady cared of her deafness mdI noises in the head bj Dr Nicholson Artificial Ear Drums rave 10000 to hi- nstitute 8 so that deaf jx iio unable tto procure the Ear Drums may havq them free Addres Xo 41SG The Nicholson 1IL 11 cheepedr if 5 J 1 T j i 1s tytuJtJ HtHJ PlilSt j To cura SICK HEADACHE 1 J HABITUAL COWSTiPATICN- 1 t tnrJ nit distasDT grmrrfr m ln ostton They vJt carly your Mo rJart r31 cuCfPlcxlor1j I i 13 FT R AS A j l3lin ccatBd PRICE 25 CEICiSoJJ ROSE + Jla- t WHEELERl i PRACTICAL BLAGKSiTHSB At lD WAGQNMAKERSvIv- IHisL J r i GRBli KY istluit tiw lthutin of to farmers of tttliyii ciiritv to their iim pro l11 facilities for tiitmithing an L ntt Lire M- ISMII as repair wrikI i 100 A full f H r Lrrcaic inn pr irsn i til1 f 1111Iti rk f I I ii i thfac liM ih pi c II Iu t i nn ii arn rour P Ii lii t rrnt re ptct iiy ii it iiiiiii ii tee 4uy IIF 11It 1 t xtht sr VHEEMJC H CK ROBINSON BEATTYTILLE KT General Salesman for H M HUGHES t CO LOUIdVJLIE KY Manufacturer of HighGrade ae=ar CifleJ Sidta Ordrs irra tu is rivtafitf of the 1IIin aid euwraue ltiikfavtim A matrrdcr il rt arty j IIattention A IW h t la i r rj ladies anti u tmnLemn hasII n opcnidi in th lliriiix 11ilI Atjxx ppos Ito ti C1 O depot thereall tii Iiicacics of tle +ns n are ji rvid in SJrhtcla s style Iidks Mcaily art invite ATTEMTOKf LOT OWIIERE Sidewalks Host Now Be Built1 Thre arc a iiiuli rfikniksi I iin th itiMi niilr iiiitly huiii ur luiily uili hiliI iiiii IH eptitrdI ur orlint it srrilir i is n hu i tin err rarys IUmk T iiattvr ut baidina 111lOr javi iifiit Utth I hrk kI t duet I tiiag the i liiiia in IIaantI i i Trusttf has sure eonlro1of the blliMillf of idrwaik it rill Ibe XII dIM all ontdl l li e 1ropenr owners whr harehetu erelerr huiW idrwalks way ItIIIR the clerk Ft U Itr I Kiiicalioii WM II CORP Clir 15 T T ofllG Bug fie llanan Fresh Lemons Royal Maccaroni SroYn C Sugarl 6c Cranulated leArbticie coffee iw 12Ccoci Green Coffee t Ilk amid 1 10 tothtr ds ia propor i i lion CECIL BROS WantBaSuC5n mBD I I YtTItB Gi6at t f BmD 1 f Pants JJI 011 IIr cro tIi tI n fiT PJ tSOLE DEALER NAZEL GREEN KY u Situations Sscurcd hrT1u tesr t itieotrfun rt 1f r- fi Businessi l vy C I 2 3 Ltulsiq lit Hgeatcn2H ssica Tn Cots v oGa fkknandLLeirnir jhtA1tatI atrlcfS IMENDELWEIIHSTOCKSCO 1WATll 1 STItxETiLOUISVILLE KY DAY r OUSEIt a HAZE GREEN IKY X n OKAIIAM PRorniETon refurnishetlipresent Oman agement will continue to mmnfain the hit h reputation herttofore nernnki it for home like comforts nod its culinary department taMe ftboiimlf with the best the country and tin patronage of the public i 11The solicited Sample rooms fo tourists ISII stable in connection where vehicles will have the best attention t tt J- If iifffiHlCBUEfflljl I V NORMAL AND PREPARATORY SCHOOL j J eTho present terns 00 began Sepllmhor n5 witht the largest Ilirollment in the history of the school The Second Session begins JANUARY I 1902 jiji- Tjl tloriiich praotical school for young urn and win iin vitlii Ten Cnurtcs of JStuily under Acailtiiiic l LiMUTiiil XornilI MtiMcn and Ministerial I 1Ipartli inriit rOrvrrvTiafherwatItAinUTK 9 Tuition SIrlln Cur aA P210 per iVerk- Fur partiulars wrlte- iv II curtn lrtnrllal I POr 41A3 t EETHE NEW YORK rONTRY t WORLD I TO ALLXEW si iit CtIl5JiS AND ALL OLD ONE WHO IINIV ix o DAYS FOU sII reen TilEIIt lJyJ i SHial Arranjjennnt with the Ptibli hers Monthly World wo con and will until September I 1901 give every nuts Mihzcribcr anti very old on who rcnuwa before j that time the XEWYOKK MONTJ1LY WOULD as a premium 1 1 ABOUT THE MONTHLY WORLD 1It1 I I I i photoyniphs ar nsnlt of the best ar tistiu kdlIilltd hyt nIl th latest printing pnss appliances making a mugazino uorivule in the qualityof its t onunts and tho beautyof 4 it appearance Each issue contain stories of romance love adventure travel j stories of fiction end fact stories of things quaint anti curious got li er d together front nil over time word the results of scientific ro search and interest ing editorial reviews It numbers among its contributor the lending literary men and woinun of tho day Its comic bofnnnyA fatun each iiMnth will be tho largo first pago portrait of time most foamedmen or woman of tho moment in tho public eye In collecting numb pnnnrini for publcatiun the literary matter and nrt Miijjecis for the Monthly Vorld no expense is spared It is ono of tthe tnt nttractivo publications iissued from the great city of livyrk It furnish s high Jns and widely varied enturtuinniim to iiany thousand readers throughout North Arnericzi Subscription 7t Cents a Year But FREEI to every r W I tu scriber and all old ubMibors who rnew for THE IIEKALD i4 urr Spt mbr 1 IDUl Ya gtl tilt vaaie of1z0 for gals LG01 Ii HijJB lj tl fhiH NflIn J iIINI f J JIcJ g 1 d7f i I 1 ENVELOPES g NOTEHEADS f Y BILLHEADS 3 IILETTERHEADS u t It CIRCULARS ja a CATALOGS MINUTES Vc c If WIj jjtus to Court Com fIpariscn and Defy Competition Whenll jj you want PRINTING come and see ns tn sjSPENCERlJ TIPSK agst m mAG POST HOME I 7jEfaryEIelr E QShipper should read dally The Chicago Post i 3 Em E iCd ltCE Shipper should read 1EYdaily Chicago Post I THE CREAT1r1u Si Ig JTHEJ Subscribe Fn containtn tl3 ndortlsement your commissIon arm uewadeator or publlsbor or nowspa copies sent trco on rcqu8i AdSrese THE CHICAGO POST Chicago III t iXa300041OSD4t040909 gOO +d400J49e3d- rI11 H I ASH 4 flitorneyaiJLawJ + HAZEL GREEN KY itWill adIloiningsPecialtYjoooo 0001 OUOOOUUU OC II 0 a y 9v 1trrns- nuanl THE PAPER lli throDh Sample JR J M WAUDECK Physician J c and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY prHazel 1 answerprofeuionalca11adayornignt a specialty l fit i w f I t Ili aD r- bI Is a constitutional disease in It originates In a scrofulous rendition of the bloml amt depends on tai conditionk It often causes 11IuI1 nrl dizziness Impairs the tnslp snleilnII heuhc rf fectsthevt a1orxnsdistltrblh1 situ h It is always raduain and pcrraartily cared by the bi 1jurUvins alterative l and tonic ction o- boodsI Sarsaparilla This treat mrtlicine has rrn itlit the mo t wonderful Hues of al tlMvis diKiidlrg on scrunla or the st r fir I It- lLx soas 11rs u ti L e tat THE HEAhDI if ltJJTl1is is tho last warning and il yon 110II not get a prize dont blame nstiis A child of Millard Hichie and wife died at Maytown Sunday mghtdMr Ienny representing Curry p Tunis it Norwood was in town Monday +tDamn the luck will be your solilo ir quy when your neighbor Jots the prizo J you missed by not renewing maybenl1j Dr John Tanlbee was in tOWIIH I Monday UllI said III had nut bin I tt1ning wiill tfur slveral days f J rdan Wills of Maytown was I visiting lug daughter Mrs F X Dy of this place Monday 1IulI mixing with friends g iu rally to I Worm Syrup JJMother5 medicine Children I they ont it on bread t tt3am Hobbs tho democratic can didatr fur assessor Cpr Wolfe conn f ty was mIxing WIt IiII I Ie dearI peo i plo of this place oniTuesday J ttWcpd Congleton the democratic for county judge was ffclmdidato againill town Tuesday and says ho is running like a race horsetl Iii Mrs Lucy McGniro and Miss Iennie Combs of Morehead nro t visitingi their sisters Mrs Ql C J Daniel and Mrs Taylor Johnson 11rspectinlr EWS comes Iron those I t I who take Hoods Surettpurilhi furI 1flonb dyspepsia ninl ilietiinitini gun lleportsagivctlial HOODS CURES j IIllllro was quite a crowd out Sunday to hear lioonu Center preach at Laurol church and good i order and attention were manifest I throughout tho SIfICCrln 13Rev Jim Tom PierattI has pur f cliastl of John Craven of McCausoy his Ibug y and mare and will riiU 1 with ease henafter to dinner on the ground S fKI Viu hnt tln photographer was in our town yesterday and I t r talks of soon llocating hero for a 1 short time duo notice of which will appear in those columnsIt Sebron Walters killed a nice t 0 beof Tuesday and complimented the editor and his better seventg t eighths with tho tongue and brains I two essentials to our business you seeIt Daniel Landsaw republican can I didate for sheriff told Frank Stamper democratic candidate forII the same ofiice werejhere Monday hunting up1 their respectivet k friends preparatory to the dcclion Mrs Frank Horton of Cunmrgn i is visiting hor father and mother at Maytown Jordan Wills and wife and will extend her visit to her sister Mrs Itililn iThyof this place probably arrived yesterday Do you want a bttsinoes educa i tion Ifso write Prof 15 lt J Jones Lexington or cone to tIlls oflico and receive a scholarship Wo can save oulO j j CharlcySwim 140buhsoo pls of corn from Li acres of bottom j land near town and from some sample cars shown us by Judge Taylor Averaging 12 and 13 incite- f in length and largo in proportion his crop will be equally as good Frenchburg News Judge Wheeler was last weekI called to Olympia in Bath county to survey a largo boundary of t land in that neighborhood But x we do not know the names of the parties interested He left here sevornlldasII The only child of James r XoiTII and wife of Mayiown died 11cnrsr time accompanied with heart trouble and when rheumatism I tacked tho heart the end came tv 1L i r IClean Up the Cemetery Green cemetery is in moist disgraceful condition What must bo the opinion of strangers that our lead are there buried and that we have so little respect to their memory as to allow tho place to grow up in weeds and briers Do you think you would like to ho buried in n place where your friends would pay you little attention In life you promise to keep the grave of your dear ono in memorykeep it green and no sooner are they beneath the sod than you forget that solDenm promise Shame upon us1I Lot us got together and clean up tho place Wo will do our part Ela James says he will help or pay and jcof others will do so we cnn clean tho place up and then biro some ono look after it constantly That the proper way to keep it in is order Lot all who have dear ones pj buried there meet tho first Satur after election clean up tho1 taco and then hiro sumo one to keep it so a To Throw Cood Money After Bad will but hcrcascm thnrrthrnwnsuay- maney fur imtlirinc that did not cure nmr balsa tuklnc Iltssls Sarsaiarilla flog liciti that never disai iM iiits Pills curPSicchewtachelndicestloni iin Card of Thanks To tho kind ladies who gave j tliir nlkntion to our littlo boy during his lung illness and min it red to his wants in tho last hours of his Earthly existence I1IHIc the young students and others who so nobly assisted in digging his grave wo extend our most sinII core thanks and pray that they may never lack attention when illness overcomes them or theirs MayI lie who watches tho fallof tin sparrow hold then in Hist hlIIdrCuLnntoNIWANTEDImmediately a girlw cook wash and iron for small family no cow to milk nor chiliJ dren to nnrse Apply at I HERALD OFFICE Misses Carrie Swango and Etta Swango accompanied by Henry Ceciland Cletis Swango stayed I Saturday night at Frank Cecils Grassy and attended tho fu nomI on Sunday of Aunt Kitty Henry and grandson Ben Henry which was preached by Dr Geve t dung Lennder Lucy and Harlan iII Murphy Curtis Hose of this place and Edgar Howard of White Oak student at tho academy also at feuded tho funeral Youd feet like 30 cents il your neigh bor vou a prize by renewing and you did not record your guess wouldnt you FrnnkIhis sister Miss Lillie paid our ofiice a call Saturday and witness ed tho printing of the outside pages of this paper It was tho firstI time either of them had over seen tho press in motion and quite a t curiosity Clarence has been at tending school at Asbury college located at Wilmore Ky but iis now teaching the public school near his home Killing at Salyersville John A Howard a prominent lawyer of Sal ersyillo and former county attorney shot and instantly killed Bud Pickleseimer Sunday night Howard did tho kill ing in selfdefense Pickleseimer was after him and ran him for more than ono hundred yards with a pistol in his hand trying to shoot him all tho tine Howard bagging him to stop Dent I Get Thin I Get fat get nice and plump i there is safety in plumpness Summer has tried yom comingsto try your breathmill Fall1 is the time to brace yourself But weather is tricky lookout Look out for colds espec ially Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is the subtlest off helps It is food the moreIInutriI ivis safety in plumpness Man woman and child campItse BOWN2Chem tag rcarlstmtfewTar ktoo and 1troandruggist- t MKANT FOR IEII BY SAM WISO No eyes are eloquent save thoseII Fair orbs of melting blue i Theres none wafts messages but where throughThebaffling orbs tongAndseen Those fountains of thought and song i And when she sings they listen too Their hearts with rapture fills a While priases from their soul ascensIl With overjoying thrills i But nil the while the miloily lows I listwith hidden glee As I am assured Those songs were sung for meII eath of Curtis Brooks Coldiron Suffer littlo children to como f unto me for of such iis the Kingdom t heaven So said the Master mid it should causo tho mother stud father of this littlo boy to ro joico for they know that now ho a cherub in that celestial clime where Christ called him Ho suf fared for two years and ono dastho length of his earthly existence Ho was always frail and in Mesh skeleton In tho one year pro ceding his death ho gained only ono pound in weight Grieve not parents for ho has inherited the riches ofa heavenly home and is even now a joint heir with Jesus Gods Kingdom Look to tho t Lord and bo comforted The re mains were laid to rest in the I Hazel Green cemetery Sunday vening I Only 50 Certificates now remain First first served You may be lucky A pretty woman with a pretty headdress is the prettiest article animate and there are so mnnvtt pretty women in this immediate vicinity that it will tako allof I Mrs Days new stock to supply J5y tho way she has just her now fall and winter stockand it comprises a collection of bewitching loveliness orii e are no judge All women are pretty to be sure but the prettiest we see wear Mrs Days mil linery Go and see her new stock before ou even think of buying elsewhere Judge Swango of Spencer came lease yesterday to vote and will remain hero until after election The Judge never votes anywhere but at Hazel Green Even when re gister of the land office while ho- temporality resided at Fraukfor- he always came home to vote Lost chanco never comes again the Arabian aphorism applies now Regrett wont remedy your remissness COUiXTY KEWS NOTES 0HSrTo insure insertion ALL coxresV byMonday I that nearby on Monday morning Our correspondents arederelict in duty and we want to say that henceforth they will not receive papers except for the week they have news letters We are dependent upon them for the news andI when they fail to send in their favors they put us to great inconvenience 4 11 t SUNNY SIDEiLeo Caskey and wife of Grassy spent Sunday with Xewt Lacy and familyMrs Iiii Ova Swango and Carrio Rose took in tho meeting at May town Sunday Matt Long and wife passed thro here Sunday en routo to Hazel Green J E Brooks and wifo attended l tho burin of their littlo grandson Carlos Coldiron Sunday ITnylor Sowell of Lane was calling on some of tho young folks near this placo Saturday ITaylor Tuulbco and a Mr Town send gave this place a business call Saturday Moody Lacy who has been in Kansas for sometime was visiting his parents for a fow days lastI week 1Flem Spencer whoso illness wo spoko of last week died Monday and was buried Tuesday at the i Brooks grave yard near this place Ye scribo and mother in com puny with Mrs Breck DutY tool dinner with Mrs Frank Thomas dimiuetr and a nice timo A lady friend who has not been in our midst very long remarked to your writer last Sunday while on our way from church I novor attendedchurch before whero so few old folk attended Where are they Now thats the questionI But just wait till theres dinner on tho ground Oct 22 SUSIE SUNBEAM 7 C tJJ 15000 and The Herald paid for for 12 months would make you feel awful flood Aye even 2500 or any old sum CAMPTON BRIEFS J N Vaughn of Lexington is in own this week J K Congleton of Booth Ivy J in town for n few days- S S Combs it Sons are erecting sample room upon their storo 1ft Prof J W Tanlbeo of Hazel Green was in town Saturday in the interest of his candidacy Rev Bedingor tho now pastor for this place will arrive sometime this week i Misses Miranda Roberts and 4 Edna inupin two charming young l ladies of Flat Ky were in town Saturday shopping I Miss Ollie Gillmoro who has been visiting in this county for- everalI weeks left this week for I her home in IllinoisII Mrs Roenio Ficklin of Camargo Montgomery county anti Mrs i Nannio Drake of Bowen Powell j county are visiting their brothlrij i J W Congleton and family Ii Rev C F Onoyof Lexington I the now presiding older of tho i London District held quarterly meeting at this place Saturday and Sunday and preached an inii toresting sermon Sunday night Ilov1 J Dickey and wife are t soon to leave for their now Hold of workat Washington Madison t county Ky Wo regret very much to give up such useful workers as they have proved to bo in our midst But as we lose them they are not lost to thecountry We wishC to say to tho people of Madison county that more faithful and untiring workers were receivednever in their midst and their influence will remain when they cease toI exist Daniel Pel fry of this place se cured his license Saturday and sped away into thecountryseirch ing for his intended bride On ar riving at his destination he found his bound up in tho holy bonds of matrimony to another man which no man should dare to put asunder Ohsuch a sudI disappointment How could fatoI lopestthat were once burning with in tense passion Wo feel called upon to sympatize with the be shetwas not the only pebble on tho beach which time can only prove to Daniel Oct 22 GooGoo EYES IYou have 1000 chances for a prize and one week to record your guess and renew STILLWATER SPARKLES G B Peek is quite sick with the fever W II Taylor spent Sunday in Bugletown Buck Peck has been attending the bedside of his sick brother tho past week Yo scribe spent Saturday night and Sunday with tho people min upper Stillwater and had a very enjoyable time Married at tho homo of the brido on Thursday Miss Emma Brower to John Burchfield Rev coupleItogether along I and Oct3 happy 2 lifeII I lMORCA CnIIAIIIIII MIZE MITES Misses Nannie Fields and Lama Pack visited on Lacy creek Saturday and Sunday We mot GooGoo and his chum last Sunday ant they looked extravagantly tired Those boys mean to see tho country sure John Goodwin and sister Mrs Fetters of Lewis county have been vicinityIThey started for home Friday last Richard Wells and wife went to Winchester last week to meet his brother stet sisterrinlaw Mr and Mrs Doc Wells who have been in larchIWe have heard of folks seeing snakes in nearly every place ex cept in tho skyand we have hear of that too James McGuiro who hails from Pekin not in China tho says that ono night last week he saw a monster fiery serpent i the blue vault of lessen Ho saysI Iit was very bright at first but gradually faded away and as it grow dimmer it more and more resembled a snake Ho is anxious to know what it portends Some- oneI enlighten him please Oct 22 FINNEY i Y o TRY YOUR LUCK Copyrighted by Press Publishing Association r s 11Iii tIti200000OWr iRECKON IN OHIO 1 MASS AND IOWA WHAT DO YOU ESTIMATE be I I I your The in in lSil was I lVCJ II tf cent t 401 ls IJII loS3887 510 LSJo 277 r liitli 1840 isis lSJli 78J 1 tk The of of will who are to and will he 30 the is The CREEN will names and of of W A of I has deposited in for of in on the of of and Iowa and that can be used for no pose all of the or food It and never fails to cure It you to all the you The take it its use of have is for all It do by Cl UrW ITT Co I Headquarter 1 of Dry No We the well and your until see him 7 I Estimate vote in these i itcombined Governor send your rip to HAZEL GREEN HERALD certiiicate i whichwill to participateiin distribution of S be awarded LISHIXG ASSOCIATION troit Mich making nearest estimates of Official Vote 1 Governor in of Ohio 3 sachusetts Iowa be determin held on day of November 190- 1IVeI I arrangements PUBLISHING ASSOCIATION of Detroit to en labour subscribers to participate f1 j I one sends us fur l Twelve subscription to 1 HAZEL GREEN HERALDwill re a certificate which entitle to participate the distribution of Prizes Preset subscribers may take advantage of this offer and their subscrip tions extended one year from date of expiration No is in price of our paper get certiiicate absolutely free- VGhen VdiSD in subscription you also send your YUuil ESTI MATE estimate Be careful to write your address as 1ulilas possible As soon as we receive subscription we will I simi a certiiicate of PRESS PUBLISHING ASSOCIATION OK DETROIT r containing estimate which insure prize estimate maylIublishingicertificates as he sends subscriptions1 to HAZEL GREEN HERALD f3 Club1 raisers receive a certiiicatet for each subscription obtained i erltiUtillLE INFORMLTION Too aid subscribers in forming their estimates we furnish following data Ollicial Vote these three States IS3741 l84lJO increase G per lSJJ J decrease 1570452 increase ISM iI2f715 2222 157210J decrease 1532541 225u lsSJ increase IIOO 5610 1SS8 certificates the Secretaries the States named showing the Combined Official Vote deter mine entitles the prizes the awards made within after Official Vote known HAZEL HERALD publish the addresses the successful Estimators as soon as announced Statement Fungs President the Central Savings Hank Detroit Michigan JiflJOfty ee1IIlythat the Press Publishing Association 15000 the Central Savings Bank Detroit Mich the express purpose paying the Prizes their Contest Combined Official Vote the Ohio Massachusetts this fund other pur JkA7President Central Savings Bank Detroit Michigan IS OF only Ky contains digests all instant relief allows eat most sensitive stomachs By many been stomach but you only I 31 Sterling VA Importers and Jobbers Goods hone and Goods known Overalls Hold orders rl the total three States for and suhs tion the and you will a you the the to by the PUll De to those the the jfor States Mas and to ed by the the 5th have made with the Mich every who the fP CIMVP wIll mm in the will made the you the you send your name and you the MICH your will you any your many the will the combined lrlG4 days States gives Cnlcaco Co Fancy you and TO BE AWARDED AS I To the 3rd To the 4th 500 ili To the 5th 300 i To the fith 200 To the 7th 100 To the 8th 75 To the Uth 50 To the 10th 15 To the next 10 each=150 To the next S5 nearest 10 each =350 1 To the next 142 nearest S each=710 To the next ICO nearest S 4 each=G40 To the next ISO nearest 3 each =540 To the next 200 S each=400 To the next 200 nearest S 1 each =2GO Total 997 prizes to In Addition to th i To the person making the nearest correct estimate before JulyI 10th 5100000 To the person making the nearest correct estimate between 10th and August 10th To the person making the nearest correct estimate between August 10th and 10th J50000 Total 000 prizes to J1500000 In case of a tie or where two or more estima tors are equally correct prizes will be divided equally between them d+ SUBSCRIPTION ULAJiK +O Name a a 1 Estimate 1 THIS ONE THE GREATEST OFFERS EVER MADE ++THAT THE FIRST IS+++ 500000 j JFTIIE CASH MUST ACCOMPANY YOUR ORDER The HAZEL GREEN 2SCOLUMN PAPER costs you SIOO A YEAR tf You got the Certifi FREE Addross your orders to SPENCER COOPER 1- t Hazel Green Kodolwhat This preparation dlscstants and kinds food want can i thousands dyspeptics tdunequalled troubles cant helpIgood Prepare E econtatns2ytlmcsthe5otalrcn IKE HARTFIELD By nEPUESE- XTSCUCGENHEIMER LYXCIIBURG manufacture BEATSALL Pants estimate receive entitle 15000 PRESS election PRESS magnitiiccntIprizesr FUaUUriSIOO Months advance estimate PRIZES FOLLOWS S5OOOTo1000 near81155 nearest 2 amounting 12800 SpecialPrizes July 570000 September amounting Town State My REMEMBER PRIZE HERALD talPAGE I irvtdT1tii1tI I 0 kt lMONTHLY IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII o The Only High Class Monthly at World a Year in 2Sct Il Slxtitn Pou Four Colamat to fbs Pap Erery pace Migulnn In Itself each department edited by one who knows- how every number a talus of Informa tlon and entertainment 0 Copies of on at the office of I ent E G Siesers 918 F N D C CONTAIlS THE FOLLOWING 1- DEPAR7NENTSt One Short Story Biographical TIcS t Popular Amateur Photography y All the Comforts of Home The Family Lawyer Department of Health The Editors Half Holiday The Qulx Club = r prUt question department The Old Cur w fOllt Shop SportsOamea and 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