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L b SqSUBSCR1PTlOriRATES ADVERTISING I i I I 1 Column 1 year e RATESRI3ENj e HERALD flTAI5 1 1 year year I I j Indies 1 year jj 1 1 Iachnl year 7 00 + Established March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Conttaeatby Mss ORell 1 Single copy + and The date after nameAnnouncements State District j your 1000 County officer 500 w time you are paid to officers 300 calls on Candi fl renew 10 Jays before time is iwo political writeups 8MiC line fi SEVENTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 15 1902 NUMBER X13ateaye give poitoffice oh il Obituaries Tributes kc state renewing or to IDdicatel1 r- pared by us Si s a line herechangedalineaPENCEIt should be a is furnished same as locals 5c n COOPEREditorBemittaaceaI letter or bank a1 l Alwa 7e s I 11CASTOR1AFor ISTILp The Kind You Have I BoughtVegetables1 i1attnggleFoo1and uIa- theSbt 5altdBowe of Bears the Signaturepromotes riMorphineKSsandRestContains rfNor NARC OTIC + Vi vaOUlJrSlNlJZlllt1f3 tJ1 ditrm WiSdrd 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flxtnn PtIIIII For Colnmmt to tbs a Page e Every page a Hazazine In Itself eacb y rdeparmcat edited by one who knows JIownery number a mine of informa lei and entertainmentc CONTAINS THE FOLLOWING fEPAflTNENT One Short Story Bioftapbtcal TW Hits Popular Science Amateur Photography All the Comforts of Home The Family Lawyer Department of Health The Editors Half Holiday The Quiz Club prUe qntitlon department The Old Cur iosity Shop Sports Games and Pastimes Horn Study The Coming Generation The First Thousand and What to Do With It practical sncccsa department The Story of the World When the Days Work Is Done 0iaNeCoptorassAstJej Ihe above magazine free for 6 months to new Herald subscriber i w THE CHICAGO POST tIE ICE PAPEL r Inn FARMER 8toH rul iaill The Cfelgt Put 1 1EleryLIVE STOCK SMHtfrtHM mi oath TM Chfeict Pist = j Every PHIKKE SMutf slum mi dill l Tie Cfcicm Past Every MiN Stypr sicvii mi iiilj TN ChicK i Putt t f s j jTHE GREAT y MARKET NEWSPAPERd i a 1- te l TIE lEST IIS IRE TGI 11 FIR YN aWIII r Subscribe through your eommleelon firm mteaJar or publisher or pereontaffitagthlaidrertlslmessa SaplCOpies MM fret 011 reQMti Addrm- en THE CHICAGO POST ChldaioTttK 0a R itTK 4 OF PROMPTLY NEATLY EVERY CHEAPLY EECUTEll DESCRIPTION ANDI AT OFFICE AND SATISFACTION QWABANTEED IN ALL OASES t I nun JUNO Fuieis Tar Kiigs Ileum tie Bad of Eteitful Careers From the Sunny South1 HEworld does not contain two turfmen not millionaires in which the people are more interested than they are in Major Barack G Thomas and Frank B Harper The health of the famous breeder Frank B Harper the owner of Nantura Stud where Longfellow and Ten Broeck first saw the light of day is failing fast and Major Thomas has been seriously ill all winter Last autumn Mr Harper fell from the back porch of the old homestead a distance of about three feet to the ground and this accident adding to his other afflic tion loss of sight has rendered his present condition highly precarious All winter and so far this spring he has not been off the farm and his relatives and friends now fear he has but a short time to live Major Thomas the breeder of Himyar and the mighty Domi no has also been housed up all winter and spring but he gamely says he will outlive many of the turfmen of the present day Major Barack G Thomu the Famous KenI tucky breeder of thoroughbred horses The similarity of the lives o these two men the oldest breeders still in the thoroughbred business Ito in all America is decidedlymark j ed Both are 78 years old both have earned worldwide fame thros horses they have bred neither ever married and both have lived surrounded 1 by faithful servants the owned as slaves in antebellum days Each has dispensed to friends and visiting strangers a unbounded hospitality and both will depart from this world leav ing no heirs save distant relatives to divide between them the vast fortunes they have made Whe they die the family name of Har per and Thomas will die with them as neither has a living relative bdtheir own name They are the only living turfmen who witnessed the Grey Eagle and Wagner match so famous in turf history which was run off at Louisville sixty years agOj and both also saw the sensational unbeaten 1itij Lexington run his great races c Both have been warm personal1 friends and advisers of all th great statesmen Kentucky has eve produced Henry Clay Tom Mar shall J C Breckinridge and Ja- B g j Beck among other great Amer icans often sat down to spreads furnished by these two noted turf menMr Harper is one of the warmest friends of Senator J G S Blackburn in the state and has named several good horses after members of his family while M enterI tained thatdistinguished Kentucky statesman at his home Majorj Thomas saw Abraham Lincol- when the martyred president was a young man and knew well Mrs Nancy Hanks Lincoln the mother of the author of the proclamation of emancipation Jtv Y f r a w When the famous cavalry leader Gen John H Morgan with his fearless band of raiders were seiz ing all thoroughbred horses in Kentucky that the members of his command ran across the noted chief tan issued special order that none of the horses on either the Harper or Thomas farm be molest ed The mighty Hira was then at the side of Himyars dam at the last place and the famous Nantura dam of Longfellow and grandam of Ten Broeck was at the formers farm so but for Morgans friend ship for both these gentlemen two of the greatest broodmares might have been lost to the breeding world The various papers exploit ing the statement that President Hint the dam of Himyar and grandam orSt the unbeaten Domino The property of Maj n O Thomas Lexington Ky Rooseyelt is the first president to attend races and take an interest in tiff sports Mr Harper says is an error as President Grant wit as nessed Longfellow defeat Harry Bassett in the Monmouth cup at Long Branch in 1871 and visited the great horse at his stable after the race was over He also says President Grant expressed the greatest admiration for the racehorse and was at the track whenn ever state affairs would permit him to enjoy the sport He stated on during his visit to Longfellows stable that he had ridden a thoroughbred horse bred in Kentucky through the great battles in which he had participated during the civilwar and it was the best horse he ever owned Major Thomas we once invited President Grant to Inone of his big dinners at Dixiana n reply the famous man said I regret that affairs of state deprive socialfand pleasant terttinment Drink my health as I will to yours but the article I will have to drink in Washington is hardly up to theb you will so lavishly die pense to your friends in old Ken tucky tomorrow I hope you will live to give many more such in years to come But the days of Dixiana dinners Thendark night is slowly but surely creeping over the heads of two of the most famous American thor oughbrod breeders Their passing ofnantebellum days The time when horses ran from end to end and the race track was free from scan al Blood1We live by our blood and on We thrive or starve as our blood is rich or poor I There is nothing else to live aon or by- r When strength is full andl spirits high we are beingr7- freshed bone muscle and brain I in bodyand mind with con j tinual flow of rich blood This iis heLlthIWhen weak in low spirits no cheer no spring when restt is not rest and sleep is nott sleep we are starved our bloodl is poor j there is little nutriI itsBack of the blood is fOQd to keep the blood rich When it fails take Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil It sets the whole body going again man woman and child Ifyou farenotkie4ksendfee Inc acto agreeable taste win surprise yea SCOTT at MWM Cbissliis 4415 tattest Sew Ted ea aM ice amda iM r i r 1 Oar Brlial Trip On the 28d of April we left our Sunny Side home in company with Robert Brooks and Molly Oney Edward Oney and Lula Taulbee We arrived at Floyd Arnets at Helechawa about 4 p m and found that our coming had been prepared for with care Then our company returned to Hazel Green and we were soon set down to a real nice supper On Thursday morning we boarded the 0 K for Jackson and arrived there at 11 a mand again we found friends awaiting our coming and a royal dinner was prepared in honor of the event at the home of S S Taulbee We were intrQduced to many new friends when we went to the table who should we meet but W T Caskey of Hazel Green How glad we were to see him as there were so many friends and relatives there we had only time to speak a few words to each of them On Friday Mr and MrsIHenry Hurst made us a nice din ner and in the afternoon we board ed the 1 25 train for Mt Sterling It would take too long to describe the many wonderful works of God could we see on this trip We laid over at the L E junction for 2 hours and arrived at Mt Sterling at 7 p m We were met there by some young people and taken to j the home of Miles Kash where weII feasted on a splendid supper On Saturday we started on the A 210 train for Chambers Station and as we entered the train whof clOneycl we were and of coarse we had a long talk We arrived at Chamber Station at 330 and found j several there to meet us Only a few steps to the home of A B Swangos where we sure enough feasted By so this time we were almost worn out eating big dinners and seeing so- any relations j but our happiest time was yet to come when of Sunday morning we started for Sunday school Here we made many new acquaintances and met with some old ones j it seems so much like home to be in Sunday school Some friends came in to take dinner with us Among whom must mention our old schoolmate Emmett Ledford and wifeh the afternoon we started to go meet a crowd that were to gather- at 2 oclock to visit the pine tableIt There were about 30 in number j we thought it was only a short distance but soon found it to ben two miles to the top of the hilla ut ouce on top the beautiful view we had paid us for all our trouble The distant towns seemed only a speck in far distance here we lost ourselves in the wonderful view of nature for some time and could but give God the glory for all His wonderful works We had services consisting of songs reading the 19th Psalm and prayer As weg started down the hill we found an icecold spring that flowed beneath the cloud This mountain was very lofty its scenery was grand and in one mile of much views This gallant rock stands you may t talk of mountains and walls but 1 the table rock of Menefee is the grandest rock of all After spending some two hours here we beganl to descend the hillall seemed I perfectly delighted with the events of the day Respectfully yours t MR AND MRS CuRTIs SWAJJGO nat Tkia Teas Needs a greater power of digesting and assimilating food For them Dr Kings New Life Pills works wond ers They tone and regulate the digestive organs gently expel all1 poisons from the system enrich the blood improve appetite make j healthy flesh Only 25 cents atI J T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sons Campton drug gists The Creacy Hotel is under quar antine at Owensboro Ky a case of smallpox having developed iinI the hotel Henry Pieratt bought all the picture frames the agent of the Chicago Portrait Co had left over and is selling them 50 per cent cheaper than the agent sold them The number is limited and if 10U want oue youd better move in a harry M they are going like hot exiles 52 tf Ji 9W t I Lost Hair handful Vigoranding out and restored the Mrs M D Gray No Theres a colorII offering such a pr para I VigorItsuch satisfaction The hair becomes thicker longer softer and more glossy And you feel so secure in using such an old and reliable prepara tion SUtaWttle All ifiulilt yousendyou a bottle Be sun and give the name of your rYErooLonU4 The record in the appeal of Jim was filed in the court of appeals on the 7th inst Howard was given a life sentence last January on his second trial for the murder of William Goebel Dont Start Wrong Dont start the summer with a lingering cough or cold We all know what a summer cold is its the hardest to cure Often it hangs on through the entire season j take it in hand right now few doses of One Minute Cough Cure will set you right Sure cure coughs colds croup gripbron 1 all throat and lung troubles safe Acts at once children like it One Minute Cough Cure is the best cough medicine I ever used says J H Bowels Groveton X H 11 never found anything else that acted safely and quicklyH PIERATT The general merchandise storeJJ Mann Johnson at Pembroke Ky was entered by thieves and robbed of 200 worth of jewelry and cutlery on Wednesday night May 7th Like a Drowiiig Nan Five years ago a disease the l doctors called dyspepsia took such on me that I could scarcely writes Geo S Marsh well known attorney of Nocona Tex I took quantities of pepsin and other medicines but nothing helped mo As a drowning man grabs at straw I grabbed at Kodol I felt = iimprovement at once and after- a few bottles am sound and well = Kodol is the only preparation whichexactly reproduces the natural digestive juices and consequently is the only one which digests any good food and cures any form of stomach troubleH i Miss Mattie Lee Powell a society of Danville Ky fainted a few minutes after attending a Middle burg entertainment and soon died Electric Belt 01 TriaL To introduce it and obtain agents the undersigned firm will send a few of their Electric Belts on trial on the following terms 100 to a be paid in ten days if the Belt proves beneficial and the balance 200 to be paid in sixty days if the Belt effects a cure These Belts are a positive cure for Rheuma tism Neuralgia Kidney trouble Stomach and Liver trouble Asthma etc Address at once GERMAN ELECTRIC AGENCY tf P O Box 1874NewYork NY 1A franchise for an electric railway to run from Newcastle KyI to Eminence was sold to Balti more and Louisville capitalists Start Like a Stone Wall Between your children and the tortures of itching and burning eczema scaldhead or other skin diseases How why by using Bucklens Arnica Salve earths greatest healer Quickest cure for ulcers fever sores salt rheumcuts I burn or brusies infallible for piles 25 cents at J Taylor Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sons Campton drug stores It will be pretty hard for Uncle Russell Sage to live until he is 105 and have to pay rent all the time Brooklyn Eagie c ti c 1f +COUNTY + DIRECTORY + HAZEL GREEN POLICE COURT JudgeJ =1 W N NICKELL Deputy Marshall BOARD OF TUSTEES = h ilvi JOHN D DAVIS JOHN M RosE f JOHN HROSE 0aICIRCUIT COURT T Third Monday in January Fourth Monday in April and Third Monday in SeptemberDAVID JudgeA W CommonwealthsAUornejrJ CommissionerC 0COUNTY COURT 4 First Monday in each month JudgeW ilk FRANK STAY PER Sheriff AttorneyJ t y S N Bonus Assessor SurveyorFRANK i r 5 CoronerJSupt t 0MAGISTRATES COURTS q TIME OF HOLDING AND OFFICIALS SHOCKEYMagiatrate courtSECOND RoarJIt inFebruary + MagI LEaaMagistrate MarchI rr J DAVIDkBANKS f andNovBouxMagistrate asJuneOLIVERMaKitime for holding court Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Tails ia Effect Oct 20 1901tEAST BOUND I No2 No 4 i s STATIONS Daily ex Daily ex i Sunday Sunday PM Lye A3ILverLexington 2 10 pm 7 40 am- WfnCheater12 55 pm 8 25 am 07 pm 837 am 40 pm 9 13 am 51 pm 9 23 am r 20 pm 9 54 am x 10 08 X ypm Jackton Beattyve Jc 1H pm pm 11 10 30 29 amII a WEST BOUND AeCATIONS Daily No1No3ex I Dully salI i s Sunday Sunday pmBeattyvepmTorrentpmNatpmClaypmLAEJuncnpmWincbeiterpmLexingtonj 5 T J R BARR Genl Manager s CHAS SCOTT Gen Pass Agent T B MOBGAN S P A 0 A L B1AKCH w Tim able ia Effect Juury I 1N2 r i EAST BOUND WEST BOUND No 22 No 21 Daily ex- Sunday STATIONS Dally ex 1 Sunday m arr p o lev 9 45 amJackson 1 00 pm 9 40 am 0 d K Junction 1 05 pea 8 45 am Wilbunt 1 55 pm 8 30 amHampton 2 10 pm 7 45 am i Lee City 3 00 pm 7 35 am Helechaw 3 10 pm 7 00 am Cannel City 3 45 pm M L CONLEY Superintendent LOUlIiVD1iI w TIN AND STOVE COMPANY Jobbers and Dealers i- ner TEIS Japed and Tiivari ca XtOUIBVIXiIiX KYV DILLERBEMMETT1 WHOLESALE lnRNITIIUThe Largest Exclusive 52VUaltWholesale Furniture Dealer in the South LwiSYlUt If REH BEYERS01 CO lOLlSALi SJUttillT t 50661 a W MAW STREET LO LLZ ILT i p vrv s f THE HERAL r r- r ty lr- J = =SPENCER COOPER Editor k rrtr HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY May 15 1002 t td+AnnOUnClEmE +t i County Conventions at Conntv Scats on July 19th 1902 District Convention at West Liberty Ky Jaly 24th 1002 1IOPIJNSIJi nnnouncpil as n candidate for the democratic nomination for congress from the f Tenth district subject to action of the democratic party AMOS DAVI3ofDAVISJUDGE is herewith an nounced ns a candidate for the demo cratic nomination for congress from the Tenth district subject to action of the democratic party t THE first page of our paper today contains a sketch of two of the most noted turfmen in the United States Major Bar ack G Thomas of Lexington and Frank B Harper Spring Station Ky In some things their lives are very similar each of them being 78 years of age each being of the order of bachelors and each being surrounded and served by for mer slaves The last fact of k itself shows a lovely charitable and Christian character And as breeders of thoroughbred t horses theyare perhaps as nearly equal in fame as any k two men on the American f continent but in many cases they are very dissimilar The former is a pronounced patri eian and the latter plainly plebian in comparison The former is esthetic in his tastes and a great lover oil the beau tiful in art and nature while t the latter gives to such things only a passing glance Major Thomas though a bachelor is one of the most gallant of Kentucky knights in ladies society and the other gentle man treats them only with civil courtesy Major Thomas lives in princely style has all that is pleasing to look upon and every comfort pier thoric purse will purchase Mr Harper cares but little for the luxuries of lifo and is seemingly content with common comforts The one i iaChesterfield in his politeness while the other gentleman though indeed clever enough r shows but little polish AVe do not write this to the detri went of Mr Harper at all but differencer1 1between the men which the Sunny South scribe failed to t see and much more could be said But suffice that Major Thomas is a living type of the southern gentleman of ante bellum days and Mr Harper more the creation of circumstance Nor is it perhaps v the fault of Mr Harper that these differences exist The earlyenvironment of the two gentlemen is responsible for honestfrtin the matter we must saIthat we know the first named much better than we do the latter and what we write of him is from a casual acquaint ance and hearsay May they each round out a century of life and enjoy every hour to the fullest is the best we can Iyc l9re for them t THE democratic party lost a t valuable member and the world Srm thebwtrf 1 Rroseutan Iw on- LL UmIl1lDg8dlCdr n On 3 1ewspai Siot1ft hn BEGINNING with nextweeks issue there will be a Campion department in TILE HERALD which will be conducted by Bcnj Sewell of thatplace and we wish hero to say that we will in no sense be responsi ble for the views therein expressed be they political or local For years we have en deavored to give all the Camp len news but we have never been able to do so and now adopt this plan Mr Sewell isauthorized to take Subscriptions advertising job print ing etc We hope the good peopc of Campton will appreciate our effort in their be half in this and we promise that if the business will justi fy it to increase the depart ment At present it is limit ed to two columns but if the merchants will patronize Mr Sewell properly we will give him an entire page CONGRESS should provide the war department with a systsm of bookkeeping that will permit in formation concerning expenditures for any purpose to be obtained quicker But perhaps it will be better for tho peoplo to arrange for a democratic secretary ofwar lie wouldnt take two months to answer a senate resolution asking how much money is being spent on the Philippines IT is both cowardly and inhuman to plead as an excuse for brutality toward the Filipinos their brutal treatment of American prisoners The world expects barbarity from savage and semisavage people but it neither expects nor excuses it in those as highly civilized as Americans ADMIRAL SCIIELY is in a position to make a very creditable exhibi tion of silver and other souvenirs givon him by his admiring coun trymen while those who sought to blacken his fame have received nothing from the same source but contempt Under the circumstances the postpoument of the St Louis exposition for a year was the right thing to do It will be a big thing and everybody wants it to be a big success which it could not be if held next year HOKSEKACIXG knocked out the republican disbursing clerk of the census bureau His shortage was about 8000 Still the fools who think they can boat gamblers at their own game are on the in crease PERIIAPS Col Woodruff counsel for Gen Jacob H Smith why was courtmartialed for his kill and burn order will loam in due time that Smiths trial had more behind it than hysterical public opinion WELL well l So the republican senators have nothing better to plead in extenuation of brutality toward the Filipinos than a re hash ofa lot of disproved stories of election bulldozing in the south SENATOR SCOTT of West Virginia is getting a run for his money in his contest for reelection Ad ministration support doesnt seem to bo helping him to any marked extent INVENTORS will doubtless appreciate the action of Swift Co the wellknow Washington patent lawyers who have made a big cut in the price for obtaining patents to those who apply at once BETWEEN telegrams of surrend ers of numerous Filipinos are sandwiched official reports of hard fighting No wonder many are puzzled FORMER Secretary Long doesnt entertain any doubt that Hanna and his friends are working to keep Teddy out of that nomina tion REPUBLICAN senators are on the run on tho Philippine question as their entire party will be before the close of the congressional campaign IE ortttQjCubans who are af iht office talk as though they Alight be induced to participate in a revolution if they are not appointed y S r P As consul general at London with three times the salty of f pension commissioner JHi 0 Leans seems to have the laugh on the GAR THE democratic senators have pounded the republicans into talk ativeness on the Philippine ques tion and they are not done with them yet PRAY what did the beef true ever do for the farmers whose help they now have the gall to ask Boss HANNA didnt succeed in getting the coal miners and coal operators to agree STRAY SHOTS Mrs Wigfall OHair is in New York visiting Mrs W I Over street She will be absent about a month o o o Two of the daughters of James Harman of Warreusburg Mo are contemplating a visit to friends in Illinois this summer o o o Mrs Elizabeth Turner of Paris Ill has been in Chicago for sever al weeks under treatment of physicians but is now at home much improved in health o o 0 Thomas E Frazier of Bushton + HI sold last week 75 head of ex port cattle at 7i eta They hid been fed eighteen months and weighed 1000 pounds each- o Mrs Ellen Kash of Hazel Gseen and daughter Ella will spend the summer near Paris having removed from Charleston were she spent the winter with her brother Newton Swango 0 o 0 Mrs John Levings Clara Pie ratt has moved into her new house which is modern in all its appointments being lighted by electrici ty heated by steam and with hot and cold water in every room o o o Miss Mary Burkbart of Lane Wolfe county is quoted by a Camp ton correspondent to the city pa pors as having announced herself for congress on the prohibitio- ticket She is reported to be very beautiful and worth 50000 in her own right Is the Campton liar out again May 12 J H S We call your attention to the new ad in this issue of the Lex ington Brewing Company If you wish somethingfino to quench your thirst send and get a case of their excellent bee- rLyons Laxative Syrup Natures Cure for Constipation Doris NOT GRIPS Ifyou do not like it better than any laxative yea have ever used your druggist will refund the money Good for children as well as grown people Sold by J C Stamper Grassy Creek ImproveMeits ii Oar ton Henry Pieratts addition to the village of Hazel Green including the four fiveroom cottages he is building on Highland street just opposite the academy groundsels not only a valuable addition to the towQ but will beautify that part of the city wonderfully If obher landowners in town would emulate his example our town would soon double in population Many people for instance can pay and are willing to do so 460 a year for a residence like these who can not afford to build and every such building can have an occu pant by the time it is completed In this connection we desire to say that Courtney McGuire has several lots for sale see plat in this paper and they will be sold to suit the purchasers purse They are beauti fully situated near the academy building and what is still more beautiful they will be sold cheap Apply to him at Clay City or call on John M Rose if you desire to buy and you can suit yourself in place and price All these lots are eligible sites for building purposes and the happy purohaser of any one of them will be among the elite of Hazel Green Send 85c and get a free trial of Wilsons Morphine Cure tested for 14 years and always success ful + Send to CORP WILSON f 30y Calvert Texas Much complaint is made by farmers of the ravages of the cutworm Barney Blankenship says he will have to replant his corn and that tho worms have cut down his onions right at the ground A worm is destroying all the wild destrllctiv I jSiz r 14t Tks Lied We Like OAitPtONtKY f May 721902 DBAB SiBi Bnclbwd fine 100 for which please renew my sub ecription to THE HERALD one year and also send me the New York Monthly World one year as per your offer Yours o P B QUILLIN When you have head ache or neuralgia try Tnphene Sold by 8 S Combs Sons Campton and H F Pieratt Hazel Green tf Bruce Trimble of the Mt Sterling Advocate was the guest of his sister Mrs J T Day Tuesday night and attended the confederate reunion at Caney on Wednesday W T CASKEY HAZEL GREEN KY Dealer in General Merchandise and GoHtiy Produce NOW ON HAND A LARGE HAS well selected stock of Dry Goods Notions GENTS FURNISHING GOODS LADIES AND GENTS TIES BEADYMADE CLOTHING HATS AND CAPS HOOTS AND SHOES PATENT MEDICINES DRUGS OILS Ac Ac i In fact everything usual v kept in s firstclaw general store C I and ex amine his stuck and hear his p iices He I will treat you nicely H G ROBINSON BEATTYVILLE KY General Salesman for- K M HUGHES CO LOUISVILLE KY Manufacturers of HighGrade Tlaeaar Gitter Solicits orders from thn merchants of the monntsJnt aud guarantees satisfaction A mail order will receive prompt attention BIUB Grass JursBriBs SPRING 1902 HTFrtlt urf Onumtal 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themselves that they tellothers about the merits of Lexington Beer All who use it agree that it is the best beer they ever drank So will if you give it a trial No youII receives better care in the i and thebrewing bottling LEXINGTON BREWING COMPANY The following nine lots will be sold at a low price for the cash College Avenue 5050 5050 501 I ea el C t c C Wow C Ct g Ci gClg C gI sQ pq g Sold I 18 About Sold 300 feet Address COURTNEY McGUIRE Clay City CLARK 3 HOWARD CONmTORS AND BUILDBRS 20 208 Ei Main LEXINGTON KY Ho est ateria l master mechan ics and cc nsciencious calculations are their tock in trade Hence it is that sa isfaction is guaranteed I I W R CRAWFORD CO Live Stock Commission Merchants FOR THE SALE OF Cattle Hogs Sheep Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI Ot ALSO Central Stock Yards LOUISVILLE EY We lure an Etttera outlet for all desirable stock at fclf kect prices Coiiainmeato MlWtei All eem ptaadeaee cbeertpllytwwcred Ir i L i 1 i y iIs p H F PIERATT H o QUICKSA ft F PIERATT iCO DEALERS I- N6eoeralG Merchandise Live Stock and ProduceI f IF YOU COQ WITH THE CASH as that is the only safe and reliable way to do business PLEASE DO NOT ASK FOR CREDIT Very respectfully T H F PIFRATT CO All parties now indebted to me Ofa call and settle or there will ffi+ fiIIshould HOT TIME IN THE OLD 6dyi TODAY as I am deter- minedfJ to wind im nil invnntefnnii p S ing business Thanking you forf N B Ipast patronage and more especi fA if you will pay me for my fJs you have consumed f IIally I remain respectfully 41 aH F PIERATT II t- CECIL BROS toplet Foncy Grocers A goodsIhs c CADOVA COFFEE best in town 12Jc packageoSWEET POTATOES canned loc 2 for 25c KRAUT 3pound can lUc CORN lOc per can PEAS 2 cans 25c HARNESS BRIDLES GRANITE WAREAc c Everything fint class and fresh and YOU SAVE MONEY on everything you buy of us J TAYLOR DAY CARRIES IN STOCK A FULL LINE OF Ladies Dress Goods lf S Gentsp fgP Ladies and Gents Shoes agggi z Standard Groceries Lamps and Qu ensware fcSggSS gBg gInl M N found in firstclass store pCC = t0CE CFt- qIIIEJJAY MILLINERY ICARRIES A COMPLETE LINE OF MILLINERY and NOTIONS LADIES FURNISHINGS DRESS GOODS TRIMMINGS c RIBBONS HOSE c ffAnd sells everything so low that the poorest may buy CLOTHINGI have a nice lot of clothing which I intend to close out and if you want a bargain in this t line do not fail to fnSOAlso I will sell you shoes at 100 that I have always sold at L25 and the same proportion clear thro gh Remember this is for CASH ONLY J iViaci t THE PEOPLES EIEND =1 IRCJDJEJI1 r i NO TiAND PREPJARAJPORY SCHOOL I he present term bejgan September 8 with he largest enrollment in the history of the school The SiCMd Session bsgiRS JANUARY 11I 1902 Jtf L thorough practical school for young toeasal AcademicComlOtrCialment a Every Teacher is a GRADUATE Sin00 for 38 Week r IFTattloD 2160 per Week particulars writ W H COKD Principal N n yl t PiHicult Digestion- l It s dpsPelubAIU sufferers cot not bccsnsc they want Jo bat stofilr because ty ma = fey know they arc IriiaMc and fretful but they cannot hi uUivnvlN- Tnfy coi ln of a hat taste In the jaontt It tcrdcnicss nt the pit of the stomI ub lID mvrsrf fetHtisr of puffy fulness beadaelis lavritiri aui t 11JtI IJerl113jnentHoods Sarsaparillar llg1tl TILLS arc Uo buit GibaftlC t mE HERALD I I r II IIII I Hon W 0 Mize who has boon sojourning in Indianapolis for the past two months is expected homo today Henry Pieratt is suffering withI rheumatism in its most aggravated 1 excrucintinglathe while ITCHINGi cured oozing br Hoods scaling SnitII parlllatho grout unequalled Jar every kind of SKIN DISEASE d Your cow pasture is duo omll1 thlThisI r promptly DAYI3- t I Capt Dickson who is known 1 over these mountains as a nilI mercial tourist is now with John H Ilibbon dry goods er Cincinnati and was a guest of theI Diy House one day this last wee r Dr John A Taulbee who ha- S s beeu living at Ilobart 1 for the past two OklnhomnI Q beetspast and thought a change weoksII mate would do him good We did 4 not learn his intention us to re- Maining or not For Constipation I tab Lyons Laxative Syrup If you tt11 1 It belter than any LitXHtlte you have ever uart j foor druggist will refund the moue Trice SSc j t Sold by J 0ttmper Graeav Greek i y i Ben Sewcll Jonas Vansant JIMatj IIouso Monday night Stamper and Swango with Sloan in charge left for Cumpton1 that night and LibertAP y Mr Sewell remained till Tuesday morning and returned to Camp r y ton Deweese Wilgus tho head brick llayer on the academy now has bisII i little boy Charley with him M- IWood who was his colaborer left I a for homo Friday night taking the train at Torrent Saturday morning Mr Howard one of the contractors left at the eamo time but returned Monday Wood will not t come back the work being so near y completion I Walter V tho three and a ha year old son of James and Leona I ShockeR died at 1180 p m on meIqm croup The little fellow rightSup t tothe moment that Death laid i t passediatocountenance Blessed are the lit i tie children for of such is the I Kingdom of Christ The new academy building and the immediate supervision of Mr LHoward one of the contractors M rapidly nearing completion The brick work will be completed 1 by j Saturday week if the weather re I rt aims propitious and in all prob Ability the roof will be on within L I month The building will be an v ornament to the town and when jj the other buildings contemplated f I r constructed that part of Ilaz 1 Qieen will compare very fat ora b P withany town in Kentucky t The play at tho academy chapel r pe Tuesday night Under the J Laurels which was rendered for- dj IM benefit of the cottage fund was 1 Waite a success in amateur theatIictla every one being wolluigh f tit gl bcram t t Isuccess This however was owr H to the inclement weather and otequently it will bo reproduced jj the near future Just now it Is llpBpoaed to pvft it on at the comi ppNocement exercises of the school1 1 Whoa you have head ache or fralgia r try Triphene Sold by 1 Combs Sons Campton and 1 PierattHazel Green tf j 1 I EXERCISEIH COMPOSITION j I mong Pupils Uider Prof Noak I Cisco at Tie Acadeny oCarrieage years M1 I Green academy KINDNESS TO ANIMALS II am sure ovary girl is a lover o j annuals but it is very uncertain about boys for you know they sometimes forget Is there a boy or man in this laud who never tookWh a birds neat with little eggs birdies in it Did they not orjfj that it would breakup time mothers I home Do boys not know that IretheyI Boys it is just like taking a babe from n mother Yes of course itlI I birdsIj and they will love you andshow thoir kinduess back to you j it is j rvwithwas kind enough to animals that ho took two of every kind into th 1Ark Do you think that ho didi i because he wanted to No he din not God told him to and Noah had lboldness and strife in him to do II what God base hime Jesus loves animals as well as ho loves anyJ 11IBoysIsj I J 111poorday to hit him with a stick and iifI 0he dons not do right curse himIIWhat if animals 0111Ithey would have no food unless iit1 Eskimoskare dogs because they couldnot get their loads of seals homo The Indians show their kindness to their working horses and the Arab loves his camel and I I tome very much People of HOII lava love their cows The people of the Swiss highland love their A horses and cattle We should showII our lovo to animals like 0distantj Is antciato AS friendwould Always show yourc kindness to animals j make it your Quevery OftTL animals are treated unkind Boys Iifj you are in a habit of being uu kind to animals stop before youI j get so unkind to them always treat animals right and they will1 always treat you rightIMyrtle Lee Davis sees 12 years Hazel It Green aralemyIj I Wo should all bo kind to aniI mala oven the smaUest to the larg ost then they are sure to be kindI Ito us But we should not only If kind but we should try to do kindness Some cruel boys who Lido not think of themselves tt ill1 It gt out and throw stones at little innocent birds Then there are other boys who do not treat horses with respect j boys should always Iu Afll Kindness is the best policy of lifeIJ We should treat small animals kind should not oven talk slang to small animals If God did not mean for us to be kind to animals Betbeautiful earth JJAngelsDo a kindness any time rhymeDo mAngelsKindly deeds thoughts and word eIBless the world like songs of birds g Be this a kindness to all and we gi will all have a happy life if we will be kind This remember boys that life will not be pleasant if tic s do not bo kind to animals The Kidneys and the Skin If tho kidneys era weak or torpid the skin will be pimply or blotchy Hoods Sarsapa rllla strengthens and stimulates the kidneys and clean the complexion By thoroughly purifying tho blood It make good health OnlylyI wo are to se 1129As money within the 30 Days we will1 during that time take subscriptions to THE HERALD and the Courier for125100dadvantage of this offer by paying up all arrearages and one year in = advance but the lime will nQt be extended beyond June 8 This is a losing game with us but if 2O or more will take advantage of it l the fact thaJUa sum will come practical Jyin a luinpVill compen sato us Tell your neighbors and friends About itl1 Cur Lacy who has been in Ill i inods Cur too past month or so ar Z rivedhomo Tuesday morning h 4 M 1 i T i 11IA DUEAM BY BIWJ 8EWEIT night I had a dream Of the town of Hazel Green And thought twonld be so nice spiceTo seenfmy dream of Hazel Greee- nII muchamazed The town was ablaze With many glories bright In mj dream of that night en I got to Hazel Green Spencer Cooper must be seen I wanderedabout through the town found Cooper rambling around lAud him me to tell ugliest but portent man out of h replied It is that Sam Wilson who wears that straw hat Sam is gifted in poetry sad art And I wondered why he was so smart was astonished at the man But continued to dream as dreamers can Sam proceeded to take mearound To show me the sights of HIM Green town To Judge Pieratts we did go Something of hint I was curious to knowII rv asked the Judge to show us his stable d he replied Im not able Rut we went Sam and I And found a horse ready to die What does this mean 1 at once said eich dadtExamining the hone it had been bled We thought it wiser had it been fed So twas made clear to mind Hazelgreenites are none too kind Dayito pay that could be eat the billoffare not so cheap was made clear to my ken Tis no hotel for moneyless men the river we did glide to view the finny tribe No fish was there to be seen Sam you have faked it would seem looked for fish like a lad And all I saw was a tad a tad So it was clear to my mind Sam fibbed it was no fine easeipoem please The fiction lovers of Hazel Green And paint its beauties neverj seesdaBut Sam is Iit not so You know enough to know Tis easy to make thy poetic muse ring nnotherlhlngI No professional men to give you renown 08amj yield Campton the crown I viewiyou alway nd have it done in a legal manner Weer up to datehurrah for Hannah No widows either grace your shore is Sam Jo jou remember Hannah Moore your heart open and awake s when her you tried to take is have all our widows you bigot And gone to courting iu another lots ite different is your Judge Wheeler iis a dandy heartache healer en he comes to our town And by her beauty is humbled down There are other widows here to see As sprightly and lovely as the Byrd can be Sam so trim your nose come ahead wedIprize the And asks H G no earthly boot is goiug to build a park stud be proud as a lark To Governor Evans it will extend Of stately trees with matchless beauty blend Yes Cawpton is the county seat And for civic virtue it was never beat Xono would move to H G a day to stay it was not fur the H G AMpoliticoanone are up to the tricks ke Judge Henry Pieratt And 0 how glad we are of that has plenty of candidates Willing to be elected at any rates Isnt that just all right Campton beats Hazel Green ont of eightseabundance swell Campions throng Writers of fiction in prose and song youthd trot ut if confined to the natural fact They can beat Hazel Greenites off the trot Sam I know youll think it nice Just this piece of advice Come off of your roost And give Campton a boost a man to the manner born And cease tooting the Hazel Green horn SaIpWilsonTown of Hazel Green Drre IleIs N l by INFLAMMATIOie 9ortthra4 Uad +ehe tb minata TooW ache rlmintlktklaeoreertlo stases w Colds Forman Fevers RIP S OUTBI- lbcler Tha boa ilia by naJl Me rrr VitiU1r Sold bj H F Pieratt Hazel Green Ky THE HERALD and Monthly World ono dollar a year in advance COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0fI1To insure insertion ALL correa is1Iondathat nearby on Monday morniaa Our correspondents are derelict 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 and when they fail to send in their favors they put us to great inconvenience j CAMPTON BRIEFS John Oakley of Bonny was he Saturday and Sunday to see his best girl Dr H H Stamper and J C Hurst went to Lexington last week on business is Crit Childers has moved into the residence recently vacated by TEntetyDr Lockharf the dentrsfci of iiiiiiiiiiri West Liberty ia now registered nt the Combs House Supt John W Taolbee was here last Saturday on business cOJtDcct ed with his office The few prohibitions of this county met here Saturday last to hold a county convention FM Long of Hazel Green was in nt tendance A F Byrd went to Winchester last week j bought some town lots and intends to move there some Say Z T Hurst has moved to his farm on Frozen creek Breathitt county We will miss him and his family and Butler Cox also feels sad and lonely May 13 BRAD MATTOON LEE CITY j Maud Wilson was in our city last Sunday- L j D Cooper left for West Vir ginia last week j J Mat Sloan says he has a rich uncle in the poor house Holy Rose visited her parents from Friday until Sunday Hauling staves and tan bark seems to be the order of the day A large crowd from this place attended the reunion yesterday at Cannel City Bruce Lewis accomopanied by wife visited relatives from Saturday until Sunday The conductor says that James PSimer had him to place a car 12 times for loading only once J D Overley and Huron Hutch inson went to Jackson last Satur y and they report n nice time The section foremen have got 1 the railroad in firstclass shape at 1 present and we have not had any wrecks for some time Nannie Graham and Laura Rose attended meeting on Gillmore last Sunday and were accompanied back by their best fellows Girls this leap year 2Mary B Taulbee of Frozen visiting Mrs J R Terrell at this 1 place All are pleased to have her in our midst but noun are so delighted as ye scribe A few of the boys near this place have been trying to take Johns girl and have a reasonably good stand in so long as he is not present but John jeiuI serious tlockjawand are no longer in it heQuiteice cream supper last Saturday night the crowd being priuci pally young people A few who were present were ye scribe andt ary B Taulbee Boyd Wells Nannie Graham and shAllselves very much but none more than Brooks One fellow said that he wanted his supper by him lf but will not mention any name as Barney forgot to take his a cominghMay 4DAYSBOItO DOINGS An infant child of Jas Shockey died Monday night of croup Miss Mollie Little was visiting friends in Daysboro Monday Geo Ringo from Roth well visit ed his parents near here llast week Quite a crowd attended the quarterly meeting at Goodwins chapel jis Sunday Miss Corda Breneman of your town was the guest of Miss Maude Taulbee Monday night J W Taulbee and daughter Lula were in Campton a few daysc la weekMr Mrs H 0 Lacy gave the young folks of this place a social Saturday night Miss Addie Shockey of Lee City visiting her brother at thisII j place The young ladies of Hazel Green and Daysboro would like to in form your Lee City correspondent that they had seen a train before they made their remarkable 1 trip to Lee City which he so vivid ly described and would like to ask him how much further he baa to walk than they did when he4id rewalk back home from Jack son May 18 ANONYMUS NEOLANOTEa The little baby of Ben Stamper quite sink Missi MahslaRose passed through cherejGreenFloyd Arnett and wife visited i iiyes 7 mmmmmmmmllmmmmmmmmmWWWWWWWWi i W U WWWWWWWWW =iTWhen you go to LexJ 11 ington call on LOUIS Be 11 r CUS STRAUS LeadF1 mmters Introduce yourself H telling em you know Uncle 9Spence and you will meet with prompt attention HI a1 C1111111111111Ut1111111UllllllllltI11111lIIIlI111111111111 1111111111C Alex Shockey and family at Days boro Sunday Miss Bertha Amyx was a guest of this place from Saturday until Sunday evening Misses Lizzie Dykes and Hattie Montgomery visited Miss Allie Wilson Sunday Lee Fallen passed through hero Sunday He had been to see his best girl on the Rose fork Bud Patrick son of Kerry Patrick accidently shot and killed himself at Cannol city last week o Govornor Wilson andwife have been visiting their daughter Mrs Dave Jackson who has been very sickDr John Taulbee has returned from Oklahoma with his two children Dont know how lping he will stay Charlie Patrick died at his home in Magofliu county May 10th a wife and family to mourn loss IMrs Lucinda Ingram died at r home in Moody Texas April She had been a sufferer for several years consumption Aunt Cinda was a well known friend in this section went to Texas about years ago made her home with her son J W Gilmore We hope e is at rest as she lived a chris tianMay 13 DUAM MORCAN COUNTY MAYTOWN MISSIVES Born to the wife of W Wilson boy Mrs Rebecca Hall is ill at this writing E B Bowman of Scranton was in town Monday IMiss Jennie Nickell and brother were in town Sunday Clarence Rouse of Valeria was in our midst Sunday Mrs Maggie Nickell of Illinois visiing friends in this place John Childers and wife called on Mrs Cora Oakley Saturday and Sunday Claude Boggs of Hazel Green was again calling on his best girl SundayMrs S J Dye was visiting Mrs Jos Eaton of this place Thursday eveningFrank Thomas and family are visiting friends and relatives at this week Misases Lizzie and Anna Hylton and Arta Dye were in town Saturday evening Dock Kash and wife of Public Square were visiting thoir sister Mrs Richie of this place Mrs Nannie Swatgo of Still water was visiting her sisters Misses Martha and Rebecca Hays this week Milt Pieratt of our town was out driving Sunday Be careful Mr Pieratt we arc all getting suspicious Doyle McClure one of Hamilton brightest boys passed through per little village Sunday- en route to Hazel Green May 18 PAULETTE t t rl Profit SharingiThe Cincinnati EnQuirer I I z f seta idea 979OOO I To be distributed to such of its readers who care to engage in an Intelilectual and profitable study A contest that will familiarize them with the population voting power and government of the State of Ohio The Problem is generalState12000 will be presented to one making the nearest correct estimate 12000 additional if an exact correct estimate is made making a total of 24000 for a correct estimate t An additional sum of 10000 will be given by the Daily Enquirer for an exact correct estimate if received on or before July 31 1902 provided attimeThere are4187 cash prizes in all several of which equal a lifetime competence 100 for a years subscription to the Weekly Enquirer entitles subscriber to one estimate 150 for a monthly subscription to Daily Enquirer entitles subscriber to one estimate 50 cents without any subscription privilege entitles subscribers to additional estimates at rate of SOC for each estimate t Do not make any estimate until you thoroughly understand this ProfitSharing Plan ot the Cincinnati Enquirer All estimates must be smade on blanks prepared for the purpose and in conformity with rules and regulations made and providedSSend for circulars blanks etc to 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thispaii Punk s sample bottle sent free by mail also a k r telling more about SwampRoot and how t find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous IIIIiIsendI I regular fifty cent and Bcmeotewuipiioot dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists A Keitnckiai ix Missouri SOUTH ST JOSEPH Mo 1 R R No1 May 7 1002 Ji Editor HERALD Hazel Green Ky DEAR SIaI hope you will find space in the columns of your PaPe for this lam at tho beautiful city of Stt Josephatthis writing St Joseph if ono of the leading cities of the middle west It is the loadling i wholsale city I was here in the I year 1808 and the population was 75000 now it is 100000 St J seph is one of the leading stock I thrI e I enormous price of 8c per pound beef steers 5c and sheep f500 per head The market has never been glutted although there have been 40000 head of hogs on the market in one day and fully as many sheep ani cattle St Joseph is also a poultry market chickens reach u F 000 per doz- Planting corn is the order of th- day e Wheat looks fine considering the dry weather and severe II winter grass is short yet needs rains I saw in the last issue of your paper where there would be a letI ter published from a Kentuckian j in Oklahoma I have had th pleasure of being over a portion of Oklahoma and dont think on cant say too much for Oklahoma i beIcause j I y will make you feel at home where ever you find them When Ia asked questions about dear old Kentucky I answer them by say ing Eastern Kentucky is the gar- denf spot of the world Say Mr Editor about the ac- countk we saw in THE HERALD con cerning the origination of sassafras your authority is good Bu the question has been asked Why I cant we have sassafras out in Mis souri The only way I could an ewer was they cant raise grub worms sufficient to grow a tree Probably THE HERALD can answer it correctly We always enjoy news letters from all over 1Vol- fcounty Correspondents d o n 1 imit your letters so Your Ken tucky friend SAM H WILSON I Holds Up a CoHgressuai j At the end of the campaign i I writes Champ Clark Missouris briliant congressman from over f j work nervous tension loss of sleep andconstant speaking I had about utterly collapsed It seomed that all the organs in my buds were out 1 of order but three bottleq of Elec k trio Bitters made me all rjgbt It the best allaround mediFine eve sold over a druggists Counter Over worked rundown taen andl weak sickly women gain Splendidl health and vitality from Electric Bitters Try them Only 50 cts Guaranteed and for sale by J T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sons Campton It Governor Taft says there areI vast opportunities openjing forr Yale men in the Philippines Still the opportunities for West Point a ers are rather more immediate ap parently Boston Herald e- r t 11aats Otklrl te Kao r- k i have used DeWittsj Little Early Risers for constipation and j i rightII f I fortkigood thing we ouKht toW Qthers ktiow it I t t 5 a writes i IllTheySurejf Pillo pT I i 5I ttJr 1T itr- f a lfft4CLirflt vWW Oar New Jerk Letter The beef trust is all the talk in the city and the way thebntchers charge for meat cattle ought to bring good pricesbut as Kipling says thats another story Farmers in this city are very backward with their crops no signs of pre paring for corn crops The roads are in good condition Politics are very quiet its a rare case that you hear the subject discussed reform municipal TheI is a failureit does not and if the election were held next week Tammany hall democrats would win hands down The smart setaremakingpreparations to leave the city for the summer The seashore and mountains will receive a large share of the exodus but Europe will be the destination of more Americans than ever before Money is plentiful with the rich- e the poor have not so much UNCLE IKE Reveals a Great Secret It is often asked how such start ling cures that puzzle the best physicians are effected by Dr Kings New Discovery forconsump tion Heros the secret It cuts lOUt the phlegm acd germinfect ed mucus and lets the lifegiving oxygen enrich and vitalize the blood It heals the inflamed- r coughworn throat and lungs Hard colds and stubborn coughs soon yield to Dr Kings New Discovery the most infallible remedy for all throat and lung diseases Guaranteed bottles 50c and 100 Trial bottles free for sale by J Taylor Day Hazel Green and S S Combs storesoGuarantee satisfaction IWe trust the Brittons will nn derstand that Roar Admiral Crown inshield Crunshell though tern porarily honoring the battle ship Illinois with his presence is in no sense an Illinois man Chicago Tribune Dangerous If Neglected Burns cuts and other wounds of neglectIwhere delay has aggravated the in SalveIsore on my leg thirty years says eH C Hartly Yankeetown Ind After using many remedies I tried DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve A few boxes healed the sore Cures all skin diseases piles yield to it at once Beware of counterfeits H F PIERATT tombe bitterly disappointed some day if he thinks the railroads are bigger than the goverment of the United StatesDetroit Free Press CASTOR IIA- t Per Infants and CUlirea Til KM Yw Han Always Bufill tBears the Signature of C Inthe meantime Admiral Schley has picked up another silver service Why will the people continue thingstWashington For 28c in stamps you can get a free trial of Wilsons Tobacco Cure Has cured thousands CORP WILSON f30y Calvert Texas fIf Mr Morgan could accomplish all this during a vacation what would have happened if he had gone over to England to work Denver Republican JTOTHE DEAF andrby Dr Nicholson hieInetituteprocure the Ear Drums may have them NicholsonInstitute 4lr The democratic party has reason to hope that the report that Roosevelt will take the stump next fall is trueChicago Chronicle For Sale One Fay No8 six roll 8 inch lightning floorer with beading at taohment One Fay carriage cut ting off saw F BUSH Sox Lexington Ky AdI miral Sampson inquired into Gun ner Morgans morals during the late unpleasantness New York W Vita Ore will relieve you of all tedjApply SerFrfeitdgipi Friendship is for serene days and cquntry rambles and for rough weather and hard roads as well if it is friendship at all The word is only too often abused Choosing friends should not be a mere accident or because people are in the same hotel in the sum mer or because they meet somewhere in traveling or are thrown together in country pastimes Of coures it does not follow that a real friend may not be found in sum mer and it is a great pleasure when one can add a kindred spirit to the number of ones friends The responsibility of parents in regard to theirdaughtersacqnaint ances during the summer season is the subject of a thoughtful chapter in the June Delineator under the hend of Social Observ generalII principles of good form are down which will bo of service to every reader Hows That We offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that connot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure FJOHENEYCO Props Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honor able in all business transactions financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm WEST TBDAX Wholesale Drug gists Toledo 0 WALDIXa KIN SAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0- Halls Catarrh Cure ia taken in ternally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price 75c per bottle Sold by all Druggists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the best Senator Hanna is a pretty shrewd campaigner but he cannot hope to kill off all the presidential can didates by feeding them with cornedbeef hash on Sunday morn ings Brooklyn StandardUnion You cannot buy standard pianos organs buggies sewing machines clocks watches and jewelry as cheap any where else as you can ofme Come and see samples and you will be convinced You do not have to risk your money with mailorder houses tf J T GEVEDOV ltlDtJJCTO iRIs RetableI E auperflous eliminates CURE flesh corpulency It is aandEE end harmless fresh air O 0Thousandssicians endorse it Write U us FREE for sample TREATMENT toU postageU C homeT T coo0 ltBDtJJCTO id1tfitr a h WINCHESTKB KY y H VTTHERSPOON President B D HUNTER Caibler Paid up Capital 10000000 Surplus 2000000 Handsome deposit of 40421648 This Bank solicits the accounts of met chants farmers traders and business MM generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and otters its cuatomerseveryfacility gad oflegitimate QoslmJttvR Cik iiIAs easily as a common cold by the FILl PINO REMEDY brought from the PbUip pines by a soldier who served there for two years in the U tested two run before beingpaced on the market For proof and full particulars write to CAPT WILSON Colrert Texas N YEAaa- sttxrcRrara PATENTSJ TRAM MAMtS- DCMOIM eOPYMOHTS Ao- aiketchI AD1aee sad d e wC 1 trMowllelav a mvago ta iEI3i 3feSFpTp s Xeo AMEIIANbetus5oPaie4wek fJfcji jrJms vrauws saes COilljp- L L rY f po I Itiii i0ii t H II II II The following school books can be bought at this office at less than dealers prices A saving of 15 per cent is guar anteed you But you must be quick as these are all we have Pryes ItaMts el Geejrtfky 52 seats Pryei Ceajfcte Gee npky UGO Cyrt Pint Reader 23 cuts Cyrs SecoHd Reader 29 cents GITS Taird Reader 40 cents Cyrs Fourth Reader 48 cents Cyrs Filth Reader 58 cents Childrens Primer 10 cents Prince Arithmetic Grade I 18 cents u Arithmetic Grade m 18 cents I Arithmetic tirade IT 18 cents TarheUs 48 cents Leuons ia LuiaeGrammar u I Our Government by Macy 80 cuts Childs Book of Health 24 cents Oar ladles and Hew We Live llaidam 52 cut- lq1ulra1aertcu History 48 Leading Facts of American Litany S SPEICE1 COO EB ROSE WHEELER PRACTICAL BLACKSMITHS AND WAGONMAKERS HAZEL GREEN IT- Invite the attention of the farmers of this vi cinity to their unproved facilities for blacksmithing andwagonmaking u well as repair work of all kinds A fall force of first clue mechanics insures promptness in the execution of all work entrusted to them and satisfaction is guaranteed in all cues Buggy building and wagon making are our specialties Your patronage is re spectfully solicited and will be duly appreciated Respectfully Ac ROSE WHEE- LERWaiilegS000 menI TO BUYTItB GIIat tit Brag ff Pants 0-x 2 ZZZMATTS- OLE DBALE1 HAZEL GREEN KY PHOENIX I A new firstclass cafe for ladi and gentlemen has been opened i oppositei1 the delicacies of the season are served in firstclass style especially are invited WAN TED INVENTORS to write Stir oar confidential letter before po mar bo worth raonejnbtiIsplyingpmrayt jo US sad FD- nigaPATENTS 71 atloraEe leaRamoel Kif IIM or oand we send an IMMEDIATE stythcharges are moderate Try n SWIFT de CO bwJtfp US Pafert MMWaMflM iC I flour flour- flour Ir I SfllTIUpLlf I I ROBERT P RASH The originator of LOW PRICES ia wholesale dealer in FLOUR SALT andsolicits the patronage of th merchants of the mountains jpPVill meet any legitimate competitionCall buying1 McCausey Ky Dizzy actlncwell AvertsriiPills act directly on the liver beentPillSmallAJI drt 1M 1trvt TOUT black a beatt- YtalWniNAMS DYEJ8 t i c Kodolalr Digests whafyou eat This preparation contains all of tfcs dlgestantB and digests all kinds of food Itgives instant relief and never fails to cure It allows you to eat all the food you want The most sensitive stomachs can take Iit By its use many thousands of dyspeptics have bee cured atrereverythinil else failed unequalled for the stomach Children with weak stomachs thrive on fit tits StMsaok tW ierM only by E0 DcWlft co b use BIt p boUocoaa1alZ mea tbe5 rdae Sola by H F PIERATT Hazel Gre- eMENDEt1WEiNSTOCK C J HATSJH 627629 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY SecrrgdOororiflldl1lnorIUltiOrtrerurd at cote tor catalogue and apcdalde- nQQoy ignite rM a Businesses Lovlttlll Ky Montgomery A o Houston TeL Columbus Gi tlchmond Vs Birmingham AllI Jicktor llle Fla JJJSlDlU6WflIBB f Manufacturers and Jobbers of MEWS BOYS pi AT HI litdo sULU II 1111111I 607 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY REGAIN YOUR EALTH WITH iIrl1111I10000 ClrORE IL1I11u1II NATURES DOCTOR FORMAN KND 7 IT CURES Rheumatism Diptheria La Crippe Bright Disease Blood Poisoning Kidney Liver and esStomach Troubles 1Female Complaint Catarrh ands General Debility 1 AG7 IT CURESI WHEt ALL ELSE FAILS I MAS ME TE3TIMOHY OF TWO WELL Don CITOEHS OF WOLFE Mr Cooper Hazel Green Ky I purchased some of the Vita Ore of you In the latter part of March and after taking about a halfpint of the Vf OreElhcer my nerves were as steady as when I was 16 years of age and I am now past 75 For more than a year I bad been trying all the patent medicines and nostrums I could hear of to build goodIusing it a week I went out and did three days as hard work as I have done in 25 yean and I was not more fatigued that I was 25 years ago over the same work It ia the grandest medicine in the world and I want everybody in the mountains to know what it did for me so they raay try It Hoping every one who hasthat tired feeling incident to old age wnJ1luy Ore of you and give it a fair trial I remain thankfully yours for putting- e me on to this remedy JAMES LACY I can vouch for every word Mr Lacy says in the above I am his wife andI bought the medicine of Mr Cooper for him though I did not have much faith in it because we had tried so many things that did no good I have also used Vita Ore and am stronger and iia better health than for years which I attribute to its use MRS SOUTHEY LACY Lacy Creek Ky June 1 1901 J ViteOre is fl apackage which makes 1 quart of Elixer Dose OMi tcMpooaf ul ia glow of water Mailed to say addrcM oa receipt ofriee AtrewI SPENCER COOPER HAZEL CINKY i fP- t = f gHERIF ETTlEMEN J And Statement of the Financial Standing of Wolfe County at the end of the year 1901as shown by settlement made with A T Combs sheriff at the special January term 1902 of the Wolfe fiscal court as follows Special Jtinary Tern 1902 of No Claim To whom Paid 11101181 tie Wolfe Fiscal Court311Tohn D Rose 8 K To the Houorable Justices of the Peace 35Mitcb Campbell 8 w composing tbe Fiscal Court of Wolfe 257 Jane Spencer SOpr county30JClay Campbell 4 09 Having been appointed this courts W P Lacy 4 w commissioner to make final settlement 1344 W Swango 4 32 with A T Combs sheriff of Wolfe 9Jber Trent g 08 Ofnsubmit the following report of settlement 3G1G F Byrd 9 W 380G T Center 3 oe balO 379G T Center 0 made at the October term 1901 of thin 378I W Combs 308 court 2305 54 I find said sheriff entiJ8lJames Drake 2 00 tied to the following credits for claims 37David Athey 2 00 paid by him and vouchers filed2I2E F Duff 4 W No Claim To Whom Paid Amount 3f9C 0 Cardwell g 00 68J W WngletonE150 00 329J F Dunn 100 3GOL M Brown 15 00 330C M Daulphen 1 0- 093J W Congleton 1200 331MessengerJobPrintingCo 2760 9DaTid Whisman 15 00 382Jonathan Creech 2 00 214David Whisman 10 00 186IR Hollon 2 00 31David Wbisman 11 00 376S F Allen 2 00 00o6Lee345G B Campbell I 15 00 307Juhn D Rose 9 00 207Buchanan Rose and Hight3J30 W Lovelace 6 00 Roberts 36 25 324S S Combs Sons 79 01 298Tom Hall 25 00 369Jonathan Childers 2 00 303Hugh Coldiron 25 00337C Rose 15 20 3431VTCaekey 22 62 308J N Chambers 9 00 256James Cannoy Z 20 00 258J B Carroll N2 W 349J H Stamper f0 00 385Logan Lindon 2 00 350J H Stamper 16 28 38L5lburn Graham 3 28 48J H Stamper 10 00 388John Tolson 2 00 332oni Brewer 1000 387J B Hollon 2 00 334E B Tyia 24 00386G B Swanpo 2 00 311John D Rose JO 00 391R L Carroll 2 00 157JJ Dickey l9 42 39JGeorge Brooks 2 48 323S S Combs Sons 76 390D D Landsaw 2 00 327G B Stamper 126 90 384Henry Cox 2 55 35 Bytdn IG1A G Lawson 2 00 354Byrd Rose 44 50 372James A Nell 2 00 356Ellen Long 3180 3G9W T McNabb 5 00 370 John Cox 32 80 37O W McNabb 10 96 3G5L G Stamper 5 00 8WFIelden Cox 25 00 3C6John Cox 5 00 373O W McNabb 50 00 358H C Elkins 2 56 398Marion Kelley and wife 104 00 309 George Oliver 9 00 346Frank Alurphy 40 00 363 Daniel Pelfrey 2 00 S S Combs Sons 26 05 Terrill 2 56 Land forfeited to county 21 84 2 55 Additional absentee and delin 13loeorge 2 00 quent list 17 15 3 40 George A McQuinn improperly 500 assessed 245 261I M Taylor 100 I credit said 3herifl with the following 280J M Taylor 7 00 claims that are due but not paid and the 325C F Combs 2 00 vouchers not filed 254 Wm Lawson 5 CO To W S Tutt 300 00 308W B Duff 9 00 To A F Lyons 84 80 313W B Duff 1 00 To Clay Lacy 300 00 352T C Hollon 2 00 To G Stamper 23 10 347Dr J H Stamper 6 00II Clay City Lumber tStave Co 3258 351Dr J H Stamper 3 00 342R P McCowan 2 50 Total credits 2305 54 2GOBerry Noble 5 00 Total charged to said sheriff 2305 51 337Henry Swango 5 43 All of which is respectfully submitted 310B F Bowlin 9 00 this January 4th 1902 326J A Phelps 4 00 G T CENTER Commissioner There was 165000 worth ofclaims allowed payable out of the year 1901 which necessarily had to be carried over to the year 1902 as the levy was not sufficient to payoff these claims W S TUTT C W C C s fGJJ 01 t1 Of i I Nit Ti I j 1 t ENVELOPES NOTEHEADS r BILLHEADSf- u LETTERHEADSSALEBILLS PROGRAMS CIRCULARS f CATALOGSf MINUTES c c f Vfe nave brae Fast Presses a Power Paper Cutter and 40 Years Cornf f parison and refy C ompetition When you want PECNTING come and see us I espe tfilllC t SP NCER COOPER Sa ea Olttl nineA Ha beaTnfoSIE fa- I gAII d PALATABLEpreventsFeyen eta oothaBetter than Calomelasd Quinine Co trios noArsenic Uv r and loan ap the ayatem THS OLD I70HIOAsI fulIj SB at seasoa ITNEVEa FAIISt lint Lan I Minus seilttiYM g Miii Telrie Goarantocd Try 1C Doat take B l satMtkaU AtDragk OocftDd 81- I BeaMas t vcWOETB YlrOwIIfBPBEPABIB BY Ferty eeaaeeestss egeatuROIINON PETTET CO proven K Teak a great roe FCi5Pe5ATlA- eJrnrii kvei l KENTUCKYl v Iy c fi y- ra 1