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Digital page images are linked to the text file. e- DVERT r- r ks J SUBSIIRIPTQRATESIIColamn+ l cdates IndleatidAnuouncllIIelltHFtnteorplitiraluritr npR4alinei j i SE rENTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN renew 10you days before time G out and J jjyObitusrt pre WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKYalways give postoffice county and or to hero yonr changedlrellJ m- adraftelaM i1 Always laYt Tim Kind You Have Ahvnys i beeniofl4eAlrentoal infancytyon this bntEXlcriutluts ofInfautsWhat is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It r Narcotlt3rI WindColicConstipationFthoStomsleepTheGENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS rf Bears the Signature of H I 0 ti The KM You Have Always Bought Y In Use For Over 30 Years TNC eCNTau COYAar TT HUHiur rrmrr new roan errr w AN UI d3 MAP Of KNIUCYjii Printed In fIe colors containing the latest census reports giving S ZCxl1Incbesworld with helpful Information It Is made to sell for 100 t c GIVEN AWAY FREE forYJ j The Morning Herald f The Leading Daily of the Blue Grass a tb You also ITHEI s 1and1 F t sixrmonths in advanceS x1hELEXINGTON PUBLISHING CO Prlntery Building Lexington Ky l111ieBMNtle Tttt t 4 4rtII1I1111 tI 1I1t t FOLLOWINGtfEPARTHENTJ Monthly at 25 cOnoShort Story Biographical Tid Bits Photographyda FamltyaEditors Half Holiday The Qulx Club Jlxlttn PagtsFoar Columns to the prize question department The Old Cur Pate loiity Shop Sports Qames and Pastime- Home Study Tho Coming Generation Erery page a Magazine In itself each The First Thousand and What to Do leartment edited by one who know With It practical sncceis department 5Iw every number a mine of Informa I The Story of the World When the Days Man and entertainment I Work tts Done A e taafta Copy far the Ailing Address GOOD TIMES Columbus 0 Ott tt I tI lhe above magazine freo for 0 mouths to new Herald subsonbers y rrIS THE CHICAGO POST THE NOME PAPER IKFJ FARMER should tied dally Be Chicago Pist Eierj LIVE STOCK Shlpfer skeili read daily The Cbleigi Pest Eieij PRODUCE Shipper should read daily The CHcaga rest 1 Every GRAIN Sllppr should read dally Th CWcagB Pest t THE GREAT MARKET NEWSPAPER THE PEST IS NONE TOO IOOD FOR YOU Subscribe through your commbslon arm newsdeaJer or Pab2t0 JH eoutalnlng tnU adTortlsoment Sample copies sent tree THE CHICAGO POST Chi OE 1 t T4Eii 6F PROb1PTLY NEATLY EVERY CHEAPLY EXECUTEIJ DESCRIPTION A OFFICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED IN ALL CASE r N l A M l 5 1 KEM fCHLOE II E1 BY NINA MONTGOMERY HE war was over yet ii- L in and South its re had not ceased IINorth sadly looked the spot where had stood his home only charred ruin wore there He turned toward a near cabin Vines were trailing luxuriantly about its humble porch Along tho walk were borders royal iin color Hollyhocks sunflowers an dtoroses bent above pinks phlox Win nine and marigolds The negro eye delights in gorgeous hues A crooning sound told him Chloo the old nurse was within He knocked on the door It was open ed cautiously A dark face with white turban about it appeared at the aperture Its owner started r back with a sudden ashiness over spreading her features an exclamation of terror on her lips Have you no welcome for me Chloe asked Mr Ashley Lor Massa hit aint you be hit All that is left of me Chloe- I thinked you was a sperrit But come in Massa an hev a chair she added reassured by his voice and words Whars my tchillunGone Chloe They were too yonng to endure the horrors of war Missus chillun deadmy chil IInn dead sho cried her face working with emotion Yes gone 1 answered the monI with a numb set look Wheels were heard coming slowly toward the house An missus is got ter know She knows already ChloeIAn me not wid her God was there he alone could help her Kem brought Mrs Ashley to his humble door After the heart breaking meeting was over husband and wife sat for hours baud in hand silently facing their fu ture Chloo tried to put her grief aside Sho had fitted up her best room for her white folks 10111 get supper so the niggers j can come to see youns I tole em to keep way till arter dat Ise gotII some rale coffee an white sugar for you Kerns stomick user gitII mighty weak bout dat coffee but his heart held out faithful I toleII him parched tater wus good nuff fur himCThank you both ChloeII Mrs Ashleyremembering Kern- fondness for the berry knew the meaning of the sacrifice Far away in the distance cameC faintly slow sweet sound Days cgminti singin said J Chloe Knowed dey couldnt act like folks nough ter wait till myI dishes wus washed up I Nearer came the sound rich I deep mellow swelling in triumph ant welcome dying away to almost a wailDe winter de wintar de win tar is a comin sang the voices withoutThe winter has already come t0t our hearts said Mr Ashley Le them in Chloe She opened the door One bone y the dusky forms filed into the room all in turn grasping Mr andI t Mrs Ashley by the hand and rang ing themselves around the wallsI after a few quaint words of wel come 1 Mr Ashley responded by a few minutes talk No one knew how jt hard it was for him to speak the words We must soon leave you to join 1 our daughter in California but we shall never desert our old friends Leabe Kem an me cried Chloe in distress Miss Grace wants us there j Her husband hasmade investmen for us and we can not endure to see the ruins of our old home The farewell was a sad one wiATn ter ia acominsroesfellsand died a ot E j 7 o r4 1 f OJJIr away like the moan of the wind sighing into silence Days linked themselves into months yet the sadness of that I parting did not leave Chloes heart It was ever hungering for the old days the old folks at home and her white lambs Often in the silence of the night she would rock herself back and forth as tho she held a child upon her breast crooning a lullaby JBJKern kisChloe only shook her head He brought her little dainties trying to reawaken her interest in theI preparation of them II Taint no use Kem hitsgood you but I aint got no heart make de things I uster make De tears wouldnt let me see how wid dose dat nster praise em so fur away Hits straight west mighty nigh on a bee line haint hit Kern II besre plied You got de ole carriage an hose dey give us au you mule Chloe had planted the seed Wise in wifely knowledge she left it in quiet to make its own first growth And it did One day Kem asked liDo you spose we cud Chloe Course Kem fur we haint blin ner deaf ner dumb So they began to ave minutely Finally after several years of pinching they began to sell off their things It was hard to part with thai possessions which had grow dear from long association hard to part from old friends hut on j day with many a regretful look atI the little home hallowed by sOI many tender memories they turn ed their faces westward lito findjj Los Angel Mr and Mrs Ashley had gone to Los Angeles fiAnadventure would filla volume They passed through the storms of the western prairie where there was no shelter for man or beast felt its intolerable heat were even blinded by its sand stormsII Did you eber know asked Chloe dat you cud go so fur an neber see nobody but a lonesome owl IIIsettin on de groun cos dar haint no tree fur him ter set onIjfeber said Kern who love the sight of human faces with allfa negros social soul a They would sometimes come to a human habitation generally half or wholly underground where atupgro was a rare curiqsity to the children Once they waded throg a pond to find shelter in a house There was little else in it but chil dren kittens and puppies All night the two latter romped on palletsAfterward Kem saidCI hope de Lord will forgive Chloe but before pore white tree gib me niggers ebery time even yaller niggerstDie too Kem she said feelingly J Once they stopped at a town ii- s if lot of upright board houses could be so called where their StOllS otslODof Cod Liver Oil is th-ee means of life and enjoyment of lifer thousands men women an children 1 When appetite fails it re j stores it When food is alburden it lifts the burden I When you lose fleshit bringsII the plumpness of health When work Is hard and j duty is heavy it makesifeII bright j It is the thin edge Of the wedge the thick end is food But what is the use of food when you hate iitt and cant di gest it toScotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is thefood that makes you for et your stomach v not triedMt send ffreesin161 I lU acr M Last will1 U SOWN JCheM t 4 eel New Yark l IaWdrwieiMe j Jl t o E rc ro 0 c ance caused interest and amuse mentLooking for the lost angel t said a young fellow in whose heart not even the western drouth had quenched the merriment Won der if it is his Satanic majesty I Seems as jf he is near with the thermometer 114 in the shade I might think they were hunting fo me if I had ever been an angel Laws honey how you do talk I id Chloe looking at him with ndly rebuking eyes He was so like her own white children had been that tho tears came And for the sake of the old black mammy whose arms had once held him he gave them a sub stantial gift that helped them on their way There were mountain heights to be crossed so grand so beautiful that heaven seemed leaning down to press their snowy curls with cloud soft caresses Then other seemingly illimitable prairiesi whose boundlessness was typical laofI and flowers and Los Angelesjj One day Mr and Mrs Ashley were standing on their front ver anda when a dilapidated vehicl- came in sight That looks like our old carri age said Mrs Ashleyjj Nonsense dear 1 How could iit be possible But nearer it came still nearer t and halted at their gate It was Kem and Chloe Tears and laughter were strange greetingnChloe held Mrs Ashley in her waree on Chloes black cheeks while the men clasped hands each glad to know there are friends who can be faithful unto death j If you should ever wander to Los Angeles you may chance to nd the characters of this little story known by other names yet with hearts unchanged iI I i Like a Drowiiii Ian f Five years ago a disease the doctors called dyspepsia took such hold on me that I could scarcely go writes Geo S Marsh well known attorney of Nocona Tex took quantities of pepsin and other medicines but nothing t a ada straw I grabbed at Kodol I felts improvement at once and afterii few bottles am sound and well I Kodol is the only which exactly reproduces the nat ural digestive juices and conse quently is the only one which di ests any good food and cures any form of stomach trouble HVF PlKRATT New bliJttsvThe following men are the re enlistments at the Lexington j Unitehd Charles Melvin Ashland Ky Columbus Barracks OISamuel L Reynolds Mitchells burg Ky Ashford C Singleton A WaynesbulJ Ky Milton W Yates Estill Ky Cassias M Farley HalrElkatawa Ky all assigned to the coast artillery service at Fortress Monroe Va Allen Williams Lexington Ky i to the Twentyfifth Infantry and Henry Daniel Keene Ky and Jasper Johnson Paris Kyt to tha Twentyfourth Infantry all at Fort Sheridan Illnear Chicago Trialdagents the undersigned firm will send a few of their Electric Belts on trial the following terms 100 to be paid in ten days if the BeltI proves beneficial and the balance 200 to be paid in sixty days if the Belt effects a cure Theso Belts arc a positive cure for Rheumatism Neuralgia Kidney trou Stomach and Liver trouble Asth ma tGERMANt tf P 0Box 1874NewYork NY A bloody fight occurred at the residence of Buck Haynes near Cedar Springs Allen county Sun YoungoHaynes and J S Center in which Center waa serioasly wosudedwitk aknife x h- v rIr t IJ 1 p 9 f Pc- Weak Ie I suffered terribly and was ex doctors weak for 12 years The blood was all turning towater At last I tried Sarsaparilla and was soonfeeling all right again Ctryouhave todayAyerbest medicine you can take for purifying and en riching the blood Dont doubt it put your whole trust in it throw away everything else SIM static All drwUWL Ask your doctor what be thinks of Ayert StrupulllA lie knoweallaboat this grand old family nudlein Follow lib adrlc andw wiU bo utlined 10 eras Co Lowell Meat Half Tobacco Crop Expected Tobacco growers of Boone Gal tin and Carroll counties held meeting at Burlington in regard to the amount that will be set the coming season According to the thesee gentlemen not more than onehalf of the growers in these three coon ties have plants enough to set their own crops This they say will cause about onehalf of the usual crop to bo pitched Dont Start Wrong Dont start the summer with a lingering cough or cold We all know what a summer cold is j its thB hardest to cure Often iitt hangs on through the entire season take it in hand right now A tow doses of One Minute Cough Cure will set you right Sure cure for coughs colds croup gripbron chilis all throat and lung troubles Absolutely safe Acts at once children like it One Minute Cough Cure is the best cough medicine I ever usedsays J H Bowels Groveton N H I never found anything else that acted so safely and quickly H F PIERATT Convict is Parioied = grantedf dLesentence of two years in the penitentiary on conviction in Leslie county of manslaughter Garrison killed Larkin Jones to tho life of his Garrisons nJafather = Dangerous If Neglected Burns cuts and other wounds often fail to heal properly if neglected and become troublesome sores DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve pre ts such consequences even where delay has aggravated tho injury DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve effects a cure I had a running sore on my leg thirty years says H C Hartly Yankeetown Ind After using many remediesE tried DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve few boxes healed the sore Cures all skin diseases piles yield to it at onto Beware of counter = feita H F PIERATT A Committee Appointed Owensboro Knights Templar will make a strong effort to Ret th next meeting of the Grand Com mandery of the state to convene there At a meeting of the local commandery Lee A Ray Jams X Keeley W P Howard and others were appointed a committee to go to the state meeting at Versailles 1 Henry Pieratt bought all the picture frames the agent of the Chicago Portrait Co had left over is selling them 50 per cent cheaper than the agent sold them The number is limited and ifyou want one youd better move in a hurry as they are going like hotI 62tfeJohn Stevens aged 21 who went Denver a short time since from Louisville was stabbed to death one day last week by Gus Bass t aged 18 in a quarrel over a game of baseball getera of Wilsons Tobacco Cure Has cured thousands CORP WILSON f30y C IYKtT8X8 1 f f f f t I COUNTY + DIRECTORY + HAZEL GREEN POLICE COURT H F PIERATT Judge J if NICKKLL Marshall t rr W N NICKEU Deputy Marshall BOARD OF TUSTEES a W O MIZE CbairmanV SW H CORD JoaN D DAVIs JOHN M ROSE JOHN H ROSE 0CIRCUIT COURT fa FoFourthMondeinSeptember JudgeAJ F VANSANT Master Commissioner C C HANKS Trustee Jury Fund 0COUNTY COURT 5 First Monday in each month JudgeWShenaO 5 J B LITTLE Jailer S N Norms Assessor r SurveyorFRANK J W TAULBEE County Supt 0MAGISTRATES COURTS TIME OF HOLDING AND OrF1c1A18sRFIasv holdinJcourtSHOCKEYMagistrate courtSECOND ROSEJn inFebruary i Magistrate ConstabieCourtFridayinFebrultryhisYt LEOOMagistrateCourt days First Friday in March June September and December CnAMDEBSMaiiBtrnte DAVIDBANKSThirdFridayandNovember BoLINMagistrate MarchJuneOLIVERlfagilltratl time for holding court t Lexington and Eastim Railway r Tine Table 1m Effect Oct 20 1111 EAST BOUND STATIONS Daily No2 ex No4neI Sunday Sunday I PMLVC AMLT amWinchesterLiEJuncn 3 07 pm 8 37 am 4 j amStanton r amNatTorreDtM4 34 pm 10 08 am Beattyre Jc 4 58 pm 10 29 am yyckson 6 00 pm 11 30 am WEST BOUND i No1 No3 STATIONS Daily ex Duily M 9antlay Sunday Jackson 6 pmBeattyve r pmTorrentpmNatpmStanton r pmClayLKJunon pmWinchesterpmLexingtonI J B BARR Oeml WaagerJCHAS SCOTT Gen Pau Agent IA y 0 4 I I1AKCI fiae TtMe la Effect Jaaury 1 INS EAST BOUND WEST BOUND NonDailyx y Sunday Hnnday ar p mler9 45 amJackson 100 pm pmepm745am i pr7 00 am Cannel City 345p1 CONLEY Superintendent 6- LI1JIi TIN AID STOVE COMPAMY Jobbers and Dealer In 3TOYrJapanMl aid Ttmri c E1 Yu ar DILLER BEPlIETT WHOLESALE llyrttIIRNTEKTh The Largest Exclusive 527 Y Basil ItWholesale Furnltore Dealer in the South LMUTJaOt Ky sr REM EVERSOII CO WOUSAL SLPLIIZTSOB = tfIA w JUDrIITJtDT tLOq LLZ K1 x t r rrr ry- j w r t THEHEHAId l e J SPENCER COOPER Editor aaoMa I I i r1RLHAZEL r KYr1002rltt +AnnOUnCemenT + Coutr Conventions at County Seats on Jaly 19th 1902 District Convention at West Liberty Ky July 24th 1902 HOPKINS HON F A HOPKINS lof Floyd county is hereby announced as a candidate for the democratic nomination for congress from the thriDIVISMorgan JUDGE AMOS DAVIS o nntcratic nomination for congress from the thdemocratic SINCE wo first advocated the goattintoeasy means ofclearing our brusht lands and for the mohair they produce annual rto say noth L ing of their meat as a food we have frequently been asked1 boughtInt mal department of the agri a Yashingt t oftwe- tt publish for the gentile of alll who contemplate purchasing C P Bailey lfc Son San Jose Gal Henry Fink Leon Springs TexhH C Fuchs Tiger Mills Tex W G Hughes Co Hastings Tox Harris Baylor Montell Tex Horace A Field dWmU S Grant Dallas Oregon Ed W Cole Co Kenton Ohio The bureau has issued bul s letins giving a full histcry of this most valuable animal in cluding what they have donsbyway of c earing brush lands In this connection three PhO- tographs are producedshow inS a piece of brush land that was cleared by them The first f was before the goats entered the second shows same lamp after goating a year just the deadsaplings standing and in the third at end of two yearsI goating only large trees an- a t beautiful pasture are seen Their work is truly wonderful1 do and it is positively asserted1 t 1 1ff ffthatthey prefer brush leaves F etc to grass Clear your new landwith Angora goats andI restore your old with cow pea and an era of prosperity will1 dawn upon this country that will be truly phenomenaltt PRoLYMAi BEECHEH TODDY j o died at Lexington las I week was one of the best read j physicians in Kentucky and I one among the oldest practitioners He was physician tbthe mother of the editor an c also physician to the family of the late Frederick Bush i our venerable and venerated fatherinlaw who was the first patient he had after he began practice He continued to at tend him and his family up this death a yearagoin March and acted as ai pHlli bearer a his funeral Dr Todd was i one of the politest men we ever saw and he was always the same genial comfor ing soult1 t iin or out the sick robin H was a first cousin to Mrs Ab raham Lincoln and during rourj martyred presidents ad ministration was postmaster f I atfLexington When r Linff gr qpiawaa assassinate ho was inLWaashington and hearing of the dread affair repaired t- L tkpwoundedjma s side where I he remained to theCud AI n ail fe WO 1Ch- h tho t t 14 tJit pl 8 his friends are assured that he now enjoys his heavenly inheritance and we therefore say requiescat in pace THE death of WKHalde man of the CourierJournal brought sadness to everynews paper man in Kentucky as he was the Nestor of the frater nitS in this field He was theI founder of the Courier whose fortunes he followed during the civil war publishing it inI the confederate lines After peace came he formed a coali tion with Henry Wattcrson who had succeeded the imI mortal Prentice in the ownership of the Journal Thus the two papers became Siamese twins as it were the hypen being to these journals what the ligiament of flesh was t the Chinese giants And the comparison seems appropri fate for the reason that these hyphenated papers Courier Journal was a giant among democratic organs Through out the world it was a recog nized power and its strength was largely duo to the indom itable will and indefatigable work of Mr Haldeman His life was a busy one and the best encomium we can write him is to say that his exam 11Ile is worthy of emulation and that those who pursue t similar pathway will enjoy pleasure and profit and in the end wear a crown CONGRESSMAN ROBERTS of Mas sachusetts has secured a sufficien- tnumber of republican signatures to demand a caucus of the house re publicans on tariff revisjon and e has the bosses on the anxious bench TnE only abuse of the army that- emocratic senators have been guilty of was in demaLding thedthe light be thrown upon milita t brutality in the Philippines a de mand that is backed by the peo pIeIIF the blind chaplain of the wants to bo up to date h- hould add to his opening praerIGive us this day our daily apoljj ogy Reveals a Great Secret It is often asked how such start ling cures that puzzle the best are effected by Drtt Kings New Discovery forconsump tion Heres the secret It cuts out the phlegm acd germinfect I I dooxygen e blood It heals the inflamed r coughworn throat and lungs HardEI 1colds and stubborn coughs soon j yield to Dr Kings New Discovery the most infallible remedy for all1 f throat and lung diseases Guar Trios1 TayJorDaySons Campton drug stores J Guarantee satisfaction I There is nothing so exhilerating constitutiontas liquor especially at time of year and any of our people who may need beer for medi cal use or as a table beverage ould patronize the Lexington inaour paper Dyspepsia and kindred complaints disappear when Lex ington beer is used Try it and you will never regreat it CASTORIAI For Infanti and iliruTh KM YiaHiTi Always thetSignature of ST BIlejj Ed Witin postmaster and merch ant at Mariba died on Monday of typhoid fever He leaves a wife J Hoewas d good citizen and his de mise will be deplored by many 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 Married at the residence of Rev preekoMorgan county on Friday May 10 Pros Wilson and the widow Mrs GilHsnu Harper the host officiating aa minister 1 vy TMs Offer Is Per 30 Days Oily I wo are bound to raiso I 22As money within thee next 30 Days wo will during that time take subscriptions to THE HERALD and the Courier Journal twice a week forAf QP Old subscribers may takeflluU advantage of this offer by paying up all arrearages and ono year in advance but the time will not be extended beyond June 8 This is a losing game with us but if 250 i or more will take advantage of it the fact that this sum will comp practically in a lump will compen sate us Tell your neighbors and friends about itlI It was rumored here Monday that Jim Pros Power of Magoffin county and the late Mrs Sam Sal yer of Pikeville were last weekI married at that place This is her fourth matrimonial venture Mr Power has been a commercial tour hisobride is reputed to be wealthy he will probably quit the road and may bo become a bank president DR FENNER6GOLDEN RELIEFcurs CURES ANY amp SORELCH1T15 s IIU5tY t COLIC CiMDXOKOOT O 1Ihvetrish In 1to 8 minutes 2Se60cCt Sold by H F Pieratt Hazel Green Ky Owing to the amount of matter that comes to this town notwithstanding we are five miles from the railroad we should make an effort to have an office estab lished at th8 place A petition our f o people to the express manager 1will doubtless bring that result and it is of too much importance to neglect Keep It in Your Home And when tHe bowels fail to act prop LAZATIteffectually n the kidneys liver and bowels will lees your system in good working order andI rake your complexion clear Sold by J C Stamper Grassy Creek Mrs Nelson Nickell of Caleb who lived on tho Walters fork of Red river above Lee City died on Friday morning last under very warye in travail and after the birth of a child death ended her suffering when tho discovery was made that there was an unborn infant also Mrs Crock Coldiron has been quite ill for a week or ten days past She had the mumps and as they disappeared fever set up She seems cheerful and is hopeful that the doctor is mistaken in his diagnosis about fever Mrs Cnskey has the thanks of the editor and his better seven eighths for garden sass and some choice garden seed In the latter list is Mrs Roe Day also and again Mrs Lou Day is thanked for- nions and lettuce I Send THE HERALD to your broth sister cousin aunt or uncle In fact any relative you have living away from here Charley Cecil this week subscribed for his brother Robert now living at Portland Oregon Mrs Ida Withers Harrison of Lexington will deliver the address before the graduates Wednesday June 4 IHOUSEWORK Too much housework wrecks wo mens nerves And the constant care of children day and night is often too trying for even a strong woman A haggard face tells tha story of the overworked housewife and mother Deranged menses Icucorrhoca and falling of the womb result from overwork Every housewife needs a remedy to regulate her menses and to organsin WINECARDUI is doing this forthousands of American women today Itcured Mrs Joncs and that is why she writes this frank letterO- lendemne Ky Feb 10 IML 111m 10 glad tlutyour Wine of Cardnl feetingbetterthaaIown work tritbout any dolnM washed last week sad wan notbae bit tired That shorn that the Wise 1 doinr toe good Ifoftf1IuIlWthanI seer WM and eat hearty Before I began tddaj yydownaowldonotthlakeflytagdownthmugk the day lOs EresaapJsn 81 AT ss 7aslsre- vorile sad p1etrddwtfTa E i r t C- 1t Wile Lawson living on the Murphy fork needs help and needs it now Rather than be a subject of charity he has sold bed clothes and everything until he has nothing He is sick and helpless his wife is very near blind he has n daughter born blind and n child paralyzed Pooplo you who aro blessed with health and comforts wont you help this poor man and do it now Dont delay it a day but leave your mite with H F Pieratt Co immediately ForGods sake dont let it be said that they starved in this laud of plenty Every program will bo full from Saturday till Wednesday Juno 4th and everybody will want to be hero W T CASKEY HAZEL GJIEEN KY Dealer in Central Merchandise ad CiMtry Product1 NOW ON HAND A LARGE HAS well selected stock of Dry Goods Notions GENTS FURNISHING GOODS LADIES AND GENTS TIES READYMADE CLOTHING HATS AND CAPS COOTS AND SHOES PATENT MEDICINES DRUGS OILS Ac Ac irsa first class general store Call and ex amine his stock and hear his prices He will treat you nicely Liver Pills Thats what you need some thing to cure your bilious ness and give you a good digestion Ayer s Pills are liver pills They cure con stipation and biliousness Gently laxative Alidru lJta Vl11aatrour mouAac4e ur bexrda beutlful brown or rich bUck 7 Then ua pBUCK kGH- MCaa AYS DYE WMrs0 e P Nwa1 CG M N i GopgioqG GaIl fie COM- As i easily at a common cold br the fILI PINO REMEDY brought from the Philip pines by a soldier who served there tor two twoIyears being pieced on the market For proof and full particulars write to CAPT WILSONt t Calvert Texas WANTED INVENTORS t aptWe romptbtataU 8 andlor- elgaPATENTS and TRADE NCTIRE Mornejjs tie =dmode ia lorJlhotond we send an IMMEDIATE givatheourCcharges are moderate Try IlLCSWIFT R COJPatairt Lawyers OM US Pate t 0ffeeWMkflftM DCc 12 1 ELGIN2 9 3 7 5 WALTHAM WATCHES NEW ENGLAND WATCHES INGERSOLL WATCHES- They range from size of a 20c piece to the size of a door- knobIOOTOI0000 and upward WERE HEADQUARTERS FOR WATCHES F J HEINTZ JEWELER LEXINGTON KY t9We do watch repairing also WOOLWANTED l PIOEjlIX WOOLEji IllS i I DI A1 LOUD CO- LEXINGTON r KY If you have wool you want manufac tured into- YARNS JEANSBLANKETS LINSEYor Write to the above wellknown Mills or se our agent for terms prices samples A- cE F CECIL HAZEL GREEN KY ilIlle Grass BUrSBriBS SPRING 1902 t2TPrait ui Ornamental Trees Grape Vines Asparagus Small FruIts and Everything for Orchard Lawn and Oar den We have no agents but sell direct to the planter Strawberry and General Catalogue oa application to H F HILLENMEYER mn LEXINCTON K- Y0000000000000000000000000c 8o8 TIGER PANTS 8 O Made 9 gLeg8 STAG 1 SHIRTS 8 2 Are Better Goods littler Made and 2 g Wetter Style Than Any Other Q 8 For Sale by J Taylor Day 1o g00000oOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO00000 The following nine lots will be sold at a low price fo the cash College Avenue 50 I 60 I 50 I to 00100 I t IIIoo- es Ql it Ct = Cu cC Ct ecvSoldW SoldIg About 300 feet Address COURTNEY McGUIREClay a Profit Sharing rnea Cincinnati Enquirer it sd 97000To be distributed to such of its readers who care to engage in an Intel lectual and profitable study A contest that will familiarize them with the population voting power and government of the State of Ohio The Problem is generalStateestimateIL000total of 14000 for a correct estimate An additional sum of 10000 will be given brthe Daily Enquirer for providedsuch attimeThere are 4187 cash prizes in all several of which equal a lifetime competence subscriber150 for a monthly subscription to Daily Enquirer entitles subscriber to one estimate cents without toadditIOnalestimateDothisProfitSharing bemaderulesandprovidedScad to EKQUIRER PROnT HAWNG BUREAU Box 716 C0ieciati r WE ARE DISPLAYING Y + t 500 COATS VET Which we have just receiv I llfrcd ed manufactured by the Benjamin celebrated makers AL F yyc1AKtR yyRED 1 I p New York City 1 ElueSBlack BlackSerges WE CAN FIT ANYBODY UP TO SIZE 50 They Equaltotailoring We have about 150 LUSTER and CECILIAN COATS which cost us 150ILi G STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS Opp Phoenix Hotel LEXINGTON KY WHEN BUYING WHISKEY MEalcfrri OR TO BE USED S It aEVE ftqt whiskeyeitherup system when from overwork or worry the vitality is below 1par We have good pure whiskeywell distilled from choice grain well aged and matured with special care for OALLONrand we in nice sothatyou atonice etcped glass ard orkscrew free Send us your order and let us prove that t e mean what we say Remit by Post Office Money order or registered letter to the i HAGAN DISTILLINp CO Lexington Ky jk CLARIS HOWARD CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS 206208 E Main LElKINGTON KY mechanics itisOur Largest Giistomis Talk for us They are so well satisfied themselves that they tellothers about the merits of Lexington Beer All who use it agree that it is the best beer they ever drank So will you e if you give it a trial No beer receives better care in the brewing and the Tin + ViiTirr v 0 LEXINGTON BREWING COMPANY W JR CRAWFORD CO Live Stock Commission Merchants FOR THE SALE OF t Cattle Hogs Sheep Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI 0 r 4ATSO Central Stock rardz LOUISVILLE Ky Coaafgaalafhaolieittid fc f 4La- Gy n r What are Humors They are Tltlated or morbid fluids cours ing the reins and aflcctln the tissues Tner are commonly due to detective dlge Uon but Are sometimes Inherited How do they manifest themselves 7 In many forms of cutaneous eruption salt rheum or eczema pimples and bulls 4ebllltyRow Hoods Sarsaparilla which also builds tip the system that has suffered from them It IIs the best medicine for all Rumors THE HERALDe a + itl Final examinations at Hazel Green academy next week Henry Cecil escorted MissGenoa Salyer to her home at Wept Lib orty on Saturday Judge Wheeler of this place at tended the confederate reunion at Caney on Wednesday last Frank Thomas who recently removed to Maytown was hero Mon day shaking hands with friends Cecil Bros have some fine mil let seed for salo But you had better be quick if you want some KIDNEYS arc strengthened THE toned by Hoods Sarsaparilla it cures all their ailments pains in the loins and THE BACKACHE t Regular services at Christian church Sunday morning Topic for sermon Condition of Eternal Life S S Combs and wife of Camp ton were guests of Mrs Combs daughter Mrs n F Pieratt Sat urday night and Sunday There will bo a special meeting J of the friends of the Hazel Green academy Cottage Pun donWednesday Juno 4th F L Hardesty late foreman of- tt I the Lexington steam laundry is now with the Jackson steam laun dry ROBT I CORD Agent The storm on Tuesday blew down a chimney on Dr Centers resi dence and the mill shed on John Pieratts recently acquired prop f arty L a Caleb Allen and that white ole phant over on Frozen are playing hide and seek and itis hard to tell which is getting the better of theI game 1 The two little daughters of Char- leyt Cecil who were last week noted as being ill are now past present speedyfrecovery Curt Quicksall of Frozen was i the guest of his partner II F Pieratt Saturda night and Sun busif ness trip Ellis Johnson of Lacy creek be- camet overheated while al work on i Monday and suffered until about 3 a m Tuesday with severe pains in the head tfYour cow pasture is due and payable the last day of each month This rule will not bo deviated from in any case So call and settle i t promptly JT DAY The Mormon elders who have been preaching to the people of Lacy creek passed through town t t Tuesday morning headed in the i direction of Maytown 1I I1Amos ttkho little son of Frank i Brenneman and wife Hazel Green heights fell from a twostory win 3dowof their residence on Tuesday 1 evening and sustained a broken leg j I The ladies of this community MillinerypS and look over her new stock which w the handsomest that has been displayed here and her prices are away down I For Connllpntloii I JTrteLronsLaintlteSynipfanldenlrenedrfoi I MdieundcbildrenegttiiriteKMnttoUtkeandpcr I eedrharmlcarmtdcrallcumstancea Prices c- yi Sold by J C Stamper Grassy Creek The following names have been put on the Day House register wnces last issue W Gardner and Jasper Gardner Salyersville E A JCathias Lexington G W Gibson Shelbyville Dr Center reports his two cbil 4hensthe youngest and third LrJoungest as getting along nicely C The latter who has been suffering inth whooping cough and bron bUis was thought to be better Tuesday The youngest child ig r pt of danger Rea IeweUne Caatpteakeaer BY Sax W1LSO After reading the town of Hazel Green Ben Sewell fell into a dream Though it may be against his will Yet I am wired hes dreaming still He travels a bit so I am told On the sorriest nag youll ever behohl Antl10ngell to see our fairy scenes He came but 0 Twns in dreams At the river bank he did stop short To give his poor old nag a snort bySoskyIleAnd declares by gum no fish was seen j The reason why I simply trace The fish swam offtheysow his face AkI1 lien dear Ben and lost thou know The time when I was Hannahs beau When her fair image adorned my mind In living colors well drfind lie tOffillIIkind In dreaming Ben made this remark parkWherenightAnddelightTo wentiAnd there he saw a horse quite dead Collapsed from being over fed tlayCurrying gay Where feed iis scarce and lawyers thick One good square meal just did the trick Perhaps some time when dreams play out No longer win Ben Sewell doubt And when he is himself again I know hell sink this joyful strain topSitesi slapTiej Ami never will I dream again Stand 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 j ulcers fever sores salt rheumcuts burn or brusies infallible for piles HazellGreen COMMENCEMENT SaturdayMay Young lions Declamatory Con test Saturday night- Baccalaureate Sermon Sunday 11 a m j address Y P S C E Sunday S p in- Entertainment by primaries Monday night Young mens oratoricalcontest and young womans contest Tuesday night Commencement day program Wednesday 0a m Under the Laurels Wednesday night j Rev Allen R Moore of Lan caster will deliver the Baccalau reat sermon and the address to the Y P S C E on Sunday Juno 1st Tired Mothers Its hud work to take care of children and to cook sweep wash sew and mend besides Tired mothers should take Hoods Sarsapa rilla It refreshes the blood improves tho liP petite assures restful sleep Work of the Storm About 30 feet of the third story of tho north wall of the academy ten feet in heightwas blown down by the storm on Tuesday evening when six window frames went down in the crash two or three joists were broken andmany of the brick converted into bats Our man about town asked Mr Howard the probable damage and was told that 150 would cover it Three or four days time will be required to repair the breach how over but such a delay is so slight that it will cut no ice in its early completion Pleasantly Situated The many friends here of Hon D S Godsey and his most estima ble wife will rejoice to hear that they are very pleasantly located at Mt Repose Ohio where Mr Godsey owns a farm of 181 acres surrounded on three sides by a pike Hon W 0 Mize was their guest for a weok or so and he gives this information He also says they are in good healthand I Jim Brown is still with them Butt our man about town forgot to ask if Jim still has Bogus What Thin Folks Need Is a greater power of digesting and assimilating food For them Dr Kings New Life Pills works wonders They tone and regulate tho digestive organs gently expel allj poisons from the system enrich the biood improve appetite make healthy flesh Only 25 cents at J T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sons Campton druggists Wee Garrett of Devils creek was iis town Saturday to see his frien s and especially his best girlf He had an enjoyable timeit it presumed as he did not start for omo until about midnight + c rtr Uttei fcy a Cletiteltd While clearing up a piece of landon the Johnny Kash farm morningArbury middle finger of the right hand by a copperhead snake He came into town just afterward when Drs Nickell Taulbee and Center were at Pieratts store After examin ing tho wound soda was applied and Arbury went home and to bed Ho said the wound did not pain him in the least but complained that tho muscles in his arm hurt him There was no whiskey to be had in town at the time and tho injured man was left to the saving qualities of the soda As snake which bit him was quite- a large one he would perhaps have been like a man at Torrent who was recently bitten by a copperhead had there been whiskey around When ho sent for some whiskey the boy was ordered to get a quart After he started tho bitten man ran to the door and 1 hailed him saying Bring a half gallon tho snake that bit was a d gnat big one- Preaching PoligaMy Two Mormon olders held a meet iing at tho residence of Burnie Finch on Sunday night and there was quite a crowd in attendance The same two elders have boon preaching at divers places on Lacy creek for a week or ten days but so far no converts to the faith have showed up Some say there is an undercurrent of poligamy ill the doctrine they promulgate Indeed they claim they can prove jby tho bible that it is legitimate jbut in asmuciias the law of the land is against it they dare not preach it publicly Holds Up a Congressman hAt the end of the campaign writes Champ Clark Missouris briliaut congressman from over work nervous tension loss of sloop andconstant speaking I had about utterly collapsed It seemed that all the organs in my body were out of order but three bottles of Elec tric Bitters made mo all right Its the best allaround medicine ever sold over a druggists counter Over worked rundown men and splendidhealthBitters Try them Only 50 els Gunrnntootl and for sale by J T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sons CamptonI cigars from his bother Robert Ce cil at Portland Oregon one day last week and ho and John 11 Rose thought themselves million aires while smoking them I Since ho embarked in agriculture John Pieratt has become one of the most intense farmers in this locality He thinks ho will be able to produce 185J bushels of corn to the acre this year but 150 is his ambition and he will not be satisfied till he attains that COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0i To insure insertion ALL corres byMondaythat nearby on Monday morning 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 SWANGO SPRINGS SAYINGS Mrs Eliza Webster of Campton spent a few days last week at the PinesJohn J Wolf of Covington joined the party at the Springs FridayNewton Townsend and daughter Miss Lenuie visited at Torrent last week D B May and family visitedi and fished at White Oak from Friday until Sunday Profs Blankenship and Groon and Lanford Craft and wife of Hazel Green were callers at the Springs Sunday- J H Letton of Millersburg and Lewis Hays of Cannol City were pleasant guests at tho Swango House Friday John W Hannan and wife of Paris and Shelman L Harney and wife of Carlisle were registered at tho Swaugo House for the benefit of tho water but left for home Tuesday morning Mrs D B May gave her many lady friends a wool picking on Wednesday last and it is needless for us to say they hid an enjoyable time for the day jteemed all too short for thorn to spend opin c flf So M ions and give experience Nevertheless Mrs May got her wool ready for factory use May 20 UNO SUNNY SIDE Mrs John Ward of the Heights gave this place a brief call Mon day Miss Hallio Rose of Leo City was among the callers at this place last week Mahal Wells and wifo of Days boro took dinner with Mrs E B Oney Sunday Miss Eliza Nickell of the Swango Springs gave us a pleasant busi ness call Monday Ellis Johnson and wife of Lacy creek wore visiting in this commu nity a few days ago A T Brooks of this section and Charlie Rose of Hazel Green were visiting in Meuefee county last week Mrs L L Craft of your town who has been visiting friends and relatives on Candy for n few days passed through hero Thursday eon route home Some of our folks of this side inI company with Mrs Townsend ofI neat Daysboro spent the afternoon Sunday very pleasantly with Uncle Harrison Swango and wife of the Swango Springs Mrs Lacy Mrs Brooks and Mrs Oney all of this side together with a number of other ladies helped to eat a bouncing dinner at the homo of Boon May near Daysboro last Wednesday It be ing an oldfashioned woolpick ing but the dinner was up to date and that of the finest qual ity Miss Corda Brenneman of the Heights took dinner with ye scribe Sunday In the afternoon we visited the Swango Springs and from there in company with Henry Cecil we drove to the pleasant home of J W Taulbeo of Daysboro after a pleasant chat we returned much benefittcd by our evening exerciseMay 20 SUSIE SUNBEAM LEE CITY Kelly M Rose our county ex aminor left for Campton Mon dayA J Stamper of Carter county a timber man is in our midst again R A Dunn the constable arrested the man that wings would have boon a nuisance to late Mon day evening Rev W L Lacy and Marion Stamper began a protracted meeting here Friday night and gill coutnue ten days Logue Shockey Taylor Hurst andTaylor Shockey passed through t here Thursday en route to Jackson to attend the county examination Those boys that were mentioned I in last weeks paper have succeededI in beating that fellow or really one of them has Am I not righti Boyd A difficulty arose between J Mat Sloan and Gordon Wells lastt Monday Sloan had Wells to get down on his knees also struck him on the head with a pistol Mr Maxey and J H Helton of Cannelcity were the guests of the Dewey Hotel Monday and Tuesday They are working for the Chicago Portrait Co and done a good business among the citizens L May 20 BROOKS DAYSBORO DOINGS Mrs Townsend has just returned from a visit to Jackson t J W Taulbee went to Campton- to hold the examination Friday and Saturday Kelly Rose one of the county examiners passed through here Fri day on route to Campton D B May and family accompanied i by Willie and Edgar Alex ander made a fishing tour to Lick ing river last week Dewitt Taylor and Rolla Baily two ofCamptona interesting young men spent the night at the homeI of J W Taulbees one night lastJ week Misses Mollie Oney and Corde lia Brenneman in company withI Forrest Cecil came up here Sunday evening but sorry to say wo wereI gone Come again Maude Taulbee and Mollie Littlle visited the beautiful home of Mr and Mrs M J Long from Sitar day until Sunday and report a nkoUe rte aoNiY29 R wiJ Ijic 0AMPTOK COUftlilkp BEN SEWELL EDITOR VOLUME I NUMBER 1 EDITORIAL EFFUSIONS IF the democratic evangelists i succeed ill accomplishing a splitjj between President Roosevelt and Senator Hanna the republican party would be thunderstruck j though hell had broke loose in Georgia sure enough Happily I the two champions are united and iitseems no power on earthcan scrape off the plaster that so sweetly and closely unites andii sticks them together it AN enlightened public sentiment is a powerful agency for good but an aroused ignorant public sentiment is a weapon of great danger l And it would seem that the su preme need for all times is brains and as little ignorance as possible IF the democratic party is really iisin earnest about making the next campaign on an oldfashioned democratic platform the logic of the situation certainly points to Pitckfork Senator Tillmau as an ideal candidate for the presidency HENRY WATERSON is now forcibly reminded that President Roosevelt is about to develop into Trust- Buster i as well as a Broncho Buster and that he is brilliant and bumptious indeed iis THE two roughandready sen ators from South Carolina should enter the pugilistic world where their services would surely be appreciated by a prizefight loving people it r HIGH PRICES may not always be an unfailing sign of prosperous ttimes but it is certainly an evidence i iothat we are not in the deepest throes of financial depression JUST now the democratic party is making goo goo eyes at the Beef Trust which is looming up as a probable issue in the next National campaign MORE work and less grumbling would surely drive the wolf away 1 ffrom the door of many a poor mans home Try itCLOCAL LACONICS V The indications are for a light fruit crop in this section At this writing Jailer Little only has eight prisoners in his custody Attorney A H Stamper attend ed the circuit court at Salyersville last week ExSquire Jas Burton of Breath jiitt was here last week trading wi thtour merchants Lawyer W W Vaughn of Jack ison is seeing landholders and securing some oil leases Geo W Halsey last week sold i Capt W L Hurst a horse 8 years old and 10 hands high for 100 J T Gevedon representing the D H Baldwin Piano Co was in our town last week on business Services were conducted at the Baptist church Saturday and Sun day last by Rev J1I Tolson and 1 others Prof G W P Gibson lectured hero last Thursday evening to a fair sized audience his subject being Saul of TnrsusII Capt W L Hurst and his son Hannibal went to Frozen creek J last week to look over their imJ mense domain of land John T Alexander one of our best farmers on last week got oueIj of his feet cut and as a conse queuce he is on the limps Our efficient county clerk hasI promised to keep the Campton Ed itor posted weekly as to marriage license and other important matters There were eleven applicants for certificates to teach school iin the examination held here last Friday and Saturday by Superin tondent Taulbee and his examin ere It will be the constant effort oft the editor to make theCamptoul department one of the nnewsies- tand brightes features of THE HERALD If you want to subscribe for THE HERALD or have some adver Using done you can make your waste knowato the editor ofT ie Campton Department i r u- 1 J Roy H 1Webster the clock re pairer who succeeded in captur jing in wedlock Louisa Hackney of this place sometime in the early part of last winter a couple months c ago disappeared and has not baenJJ heard of since It is reported thatJJ at the time they were married she had about 150 in money which he scooped in Webster will bo re membored as the Whistlingl i preacher a sobriquet ho gained in his rounds while preaching in this county His wife feels like one forsaken Last week Miss Susan Napier appeared before County Clerk Si las Tutt and swore out a warrant against Elijah Whisman charging Cl him with bastardy The warrant alleges that Whisman is the father of two children age 2 years and one month respectively of which i Napier is the mother Miss Napier j 24 years years of ago and is the IsoI Judge J W Congleton jj IIliversII the Torrent road discovered oil on his farm oozing out of the convincIingj and the indications are that itjI abounds in paying quantities ItI but a matter of short time when IGardenI wealth is concerned I Sam Firestein contemplates P gOI ing to the city soon to lay fresh supply of goods and bestI Of all he rather promises to give the Campton Department of THE I HERALD an ad when he returns jI It certainly pays to advertise j no t ne is going to come from a dis i tance to trade with our merchants unless he knows in advance h they have and the prices atII Sheriff T F Stamper and deputy Shiloh Swango went to Lee City last week where they arrested Mat Sloan and a Mr Dyer on some bench warrants njnd brought to this place Sloan hasten cases against him for the ill legal sale of whiskey and Mr Dyer t only six Sloan gave bond and I was released Dyer was lodged inII jail in default of bond Uncle Commodore Roberts who I had the sad misfortune to lose his wife by death some weeks ago is j very ill and not expected long toI citlizeuj I and has a largo circle of relatives j and friends I Each week A T Combs known as the one gallnsod boy devours i he contents of THE HERALD with as much relish as he would n well fried young chicken He is refer red to the Campton Department for both sugar and pepper Marriage license was issued last N week for John Clems to Lizzie F Baker The groom is a citizen of Breathitt county The bride is the handsome daughter of Magistrate Wm Baker of Lane this county Willie H Drake one of our erstwhile splendid mail carriers from here to Torrent has gone to Lexington presumably to enlist in thel army where he mayo more valiant service for Uncle Sam Up to date fortysix oil leases have been recorded in the county clerks office ClerkTutt has breeze soonibelodged j he wears a Carnegie smile Dentist W G Lockhart JC Hurst and Isaac W Combs went to the Kentucky river last Sat r day to angle the finny tribe The fish market in Campton is not glutted as a result Z T Hurst of Boxer Breathitt county was hero last week and gave a streetparade lecture of Iris views on tramroad and cannel coal business in which he is in terested Circuit Clerk J F Vansanton last week got on his saddle mule and sailed for Sandy Hook Elliot county to see his sister who will soon move to Virginian When you have head ache o neuralgia try Triphene Sold by SS Combs Sons Campton and RF Pieratt Hazel Grefti tf T HBRALD and Monthly World l ooo dollar a year in advance j s 3w 11111111 11Ilrt 3OO 0 h 0Into 111111111111- 1The f 1 J u 0111 following school books can be bought at thisoffice at less than dealers prices A saving of 15 per cent is guaranteed you But you must be quick as these are all we have Pryes Elements of Geegraf ky 52 teats Fryes Complete Geography 9104 Cyrs First Reader 23 teats Cyrs Second Reader 29 cents f Cyrs Third Reader 40 cartsk A Cyrs 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It is asCURE ABSOLUTE and as harmless as fresh air D Thousands of patients have Oused this treatment Phy sicians endorse it Write uUsFREE for sample TREATMENT toU postageC C make Bedncto at TenD desire you homeTof evil effects GINSENG CHEMICAL CO o 3701 SO JEFFERSON AVE 0 y ST LOUIS MO JitIDUCT il1dltnt rJIIattltt WINCHESTKB KY H WirnEBSPOON President r B D HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 10000000 d Surplus 2000000 Handsome deposit of 40421648 This Bank solicits the accounts of mer chants fumes trades sand business mea generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and offers its customers every facility aad the molt liberal terms wwithin the 11m la of legitimate banking octlBlY flourI flour- flour ai I fr 1S LI SALT SJLT ROBERT P KAS yr The originator of LOW PRICES is wholesale dealer in igVv Irco I FLOUR SAX t b and solicits the patronage of the i merchants of the mountains c4 SrWill meet any legitimata competition r Callon write rring ROBT i I 0 IMcCauley cs s i a jWhenf i VJtif lueura1 a try Tnphene So jrIcrJf 1 8 8 Comb k Sons Camptoe vH F tiaratt HaielGree kt c r A r- c 1 LfJ I Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor and cheerfulness soon Ii sp disappear when the kid neys are out of order or diseased Kidney trouble has become so prevalent il that it Is not uncommon J for a child to be born y afflicted with weak kid mwilc1 neys If the child urin ZSsS ates too often if the urine scalds the flesh or If when the child reaches an age when It should be able to control the passage it is yet afflicted with r bedwetting depend upon it the cause of the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these Important organs This unpleasant trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose Women as well as men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble tf remedyTheSwampRoot Is soon realized It is sold ilcentfree also pamphlet tell Dome of snapiux Ing all about it Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer k Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper Fair Association t The Fair Secretaries Associa tion of Kentucky met at Lexing ton and was organized May 13th W O Gaincs of Georgetown being elected president and Frank P Kenny of Lexingtou secretary treasurer The organization is mu tual and each fair will aid in boosting other fairs and will also prevent a clash in dates The fairs represented were Louisville t Lexington Maysville Richmond Lawronceburg Georgetown and Elizabethtown Springfieldand other fairs will join the associa tiou The Kentucky Fair Circuit so far as agreed on for this year will be as follows Richmond third week in July Georgetown fourth week in July Hustonville fifth week in July Danville first week in August Lexington second week in August Maysville and Law renceburg third week in August j Bardstown and Glasgow first week in September j Elizabethtown and Bowling Green second week in September Interstate Fair Louis ville fourth week in September i Rows TaUT WQ offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that connot be cured by Halls Ca tarrh Cure F J CHENEY it Co 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 fe TRUAX Wholesale Drug I gists Toledo O WALDIXG KIXXAX fc MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O- Halls Catarrh Curs is taken in ternally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the l system Price inc per bottle Sold by all Druggists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the best 150 Coverts Baptized e Rev H C Runyon of the Chris tian church at Danville has just concluded a revivall at High Bridge at which 150 converts were received into the church The entire I number was baptised in the Ken tucky river at the conclusion of the services It is the biggest num ber of converts and the Jiggest baptism on record in that sec b tion and Consolidate the New En IIHewSpIlIerS have papers consoli pub Enterprise last week under The t paper will be edited and published by Roy R Pitchford and Thur man Dixon two wellknown young K men of Scottsville For Sale One Fay No 8 six roll 8 inch a lightning floorer with beading at tachment Ono Fay carriage cut ting off saw F Busts Sox s Lexington Ky The passenger depot of the L N at Bnssell ville Ky was robbed on the 18th inst while the agent was absent Only a few dollars were taken Bloodhounds ran down John Ogden colored but there is only circumstantial evi t deuce against him Balignored in her will filed contest 4 suits May 13th alleging undue in iuence on the part of cbaritablA aitizatiens to which she le telr entirefortuner- Q tj t JO 1 JtJ r fat A y C7i ifIfJC liyi a Ktiticfcy fcdlreti H C Trigg the wellknown banker hns bought the Glasgow railroad a branch of the Louisville and Nashville railroad ton miles long from Glasgow to Glas gow Junction for 100000 cash It is understood that several Louis ville capitalita will be associated with Mr Trigg in the now management Judge Cardwell Coming HOMO Judge T M Cardwell who has been for the past two years Indian Agent at White Rock Utah has sent in his resignation to Presi dent Iloosovelt and will return to Kentucky on account of ill health Mr Cnrdwell was n prominent Mercer county politician prior to his removal to the west Wants Others to Know I have used DeWitts Little Early Risers for constipation and torpid liver and they are all right I am glad to indorse them for Ij think when we find a good thing we ought to lot others know it writes Alfred Heinze Quincy 1111 snrelsafeI The Paris board of educatio- has elected Prof J E Sharon of I Lexington superintendent of thoII otlReubeltnew superintendent a graduate of state Aiand M college at Lex ington You cannot buy standard pianos organs buggies sewing machines clocks watches and jewelry asII cheap any where else as you can of me Come and see samples an t you will bo convinced You do not have to risk your money withI mail order houses tf J T GEVEDOX The trial of Charles Robinson charged with killing George Be craft in Menifee county two yearsI ago was called in the Bath circuit court Wednesday week There are a large number of witnesses in at tendance The case was fromI I Meuefee county on a change ofl venue A new bank will be organized at Adairville It will bo a national bank and the capital stock will be 25000 I G Mason former sheriff of Logan county and presij t ent postmaster at Adairvilleis onetI of the promoters of the enter Ijprise TO THE DEAF A sick lady cured of her deafness andIi noises in the head by Dr Nicholson Artificial Ear Drums gave 10000 to hillI Institute so that deaf people unable to11 procure the Ear Drums may have them I free Address No 44S6 The NicholsonI Institute 780 Eighth Avenue NewYork I 4lrA bold attempt was made on IA morning llast to robII the Salt Lick Deposit Bank TheI robbers broke open a blacksmith II shop and secured tools with which enter the bank They blew the Ito off the safe but were frightened away T B Mathews who has boon superintendent of the Boone coun jty distilling company at Petersburg i Ky for a number of years has been transferred to New York by the whisky trust as head manl ofone of the large distributing houses I j VitaseOre will relieve you of all j aches and pains Agents wanted Apply to or address with stamp Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Jack Bird who recently brokeI jail at Taylorsville where was j confined awaiting trial for at I wnlarrested9n back to Taylorsville by Marshal GraceD B May has accepted Jhet agency of the Price lucas Cider and Vinegar Co Louisville andl will carry a full line of their goods in connection with the In dustrial Oil Co agency The paternity suit of Miss Lydia Sublett the beautiful daughter of Rev William Sublett of Greens burgKy on the 13th inst resulted in a verdict for 850 against Geo H Tucker who is in jail The sheriff of Clark county took1 two prisoners one covicted of man slaughter and the other of burg lacy to the penitentiary at Frank I fort last week i threatiemng to eurtmartial and punish Maj Gardener for telling th IdareI r 5 HfP PIERATT h tHCQ lC KgLli H F PIERATT f CO DEALERS IN I General Merdiondise I Live Stock and Country Produce IF YOU WANT CHEAP GOODS COME WITH THE CASH as that is the onlysafe and reliable way to do business J PLEASE DO NOT ASK FOR CREDITI Very respectfully r H F PIFRATT CO o All parties now indebted to ino tfi should call and settle or thero will I bateA HOT TIME IN THE OLD Ii TOWN TODAY ns I am deter fimined to wind up nIl my outstand Ifug business Thanking you for N B f past patronage and more especi Tally if you will pay mo for my goods you have consumed respectfullyn IeH F PIERATT CECIL BROS tUIOfiFoncy Grocers IlIave in Stock and Sell Low for CASH the following goods quartjarJELLIES 25c pounddper CADOVA COFFEE best in town ISJc BONNIE ROLLED OATS lOc package SWEET POTATOES canned 15c 2 for 25c KRAUT 3pound can lOc CORN lOc per can PEAS 2 cans 25c jeHARNESS BRIDLES GRANITE WARE Ac Ac Everything first class and fresh and YOU SAVE MONEY on everything you buy of ua J TAYLOR DAY CARRIES IN STOCK A FULL LINE OF Ladies Dress Goods Mnllf rT Gents Furnishings Js ik addssand Gents ShoesoSg jgt Standard Groceries r Lamps and dueensware S ESJ ffi- I m H1 o Cutlery and Hardware g Boots Shoes Hats Cais IMfound in firstclass store 4HCrCq DAY MILLINERY CARRIES A COMPLETE LINE OF MILLINERY and NOTIONS LADIES FURNISHINGS DRESS GOODS- TRIMMINGS c RIBBONS HOSEf c lAnd sells everything so low that the poorest may buy CLOTHINCI have a nice lot of clothing which I intend to close out and if you want a bargain in this line do not fail to call at once t CS OESOAlso I will sell you shoes at 100 that I have always sold at 125 and the same pr throughRemember for CASH ONLY rJ lVIs ROSETHE PEOPLES FRIEND III1EI GBEEJ nnnnrraiHSpLjil cheapeai ana neatNORIIAL AND PREPARATORY SCHOOL School in Eastern ooKentucky The present term began September S with the largest enrollment in the history of the school UN Sued Stssin bHins JANUARY 111902a TA thorough practical school for yonag men and- omen with Ten Courses ofStudjr under Academic Departmeat ReeksePftwe1tIDIoja w II C8aB p t i t- Jf c t J rr KIdolDyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat This preparation contains allot the dlgestants and digests all kinds of food Itgives instant relief and never falls to cure U allows you to eat all the food you want The most sensitive tomachs tin take It By fJtp use main thousands of dyspeptics ailed cured aftereverytblDg else Ii unequalled for the stomach Children with weak stomachs thrive on It- OWM aW stHIaoli frHttw I O DZWlft COo O IDI811I MENDELWEINSTOCK CO HATS627629 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY Securedrl lltb oo4V Btmlngkam Ala Jaekitmilli fla J a snutUowortn GO Manufacturers and Jobbers of MEWS BOYS I I ClOTHINCdo CHILDREN I 607 W MAIN STREETILOIIISVILIE KY REGAIN YOUR EALTH WITH t J IYITli i 000 1 IOOOOOO I 1 NATURES DOCTOR FORMAN IKND IT CURES Rheumatism Diptherla La Grippe Brights Disease Blood Poisoning Kidney Liver and Stomach Troubles Female Complaint Catarrh and General Debility e lSflffqtf IT CURES WHEN ALL ELSE FAILS I a DB TIE IEOTMOIY OP TWO WELL KMWX CITIZEKS OF WOLFE Mr Cooper Hazel Green Ky I purchased some of the VitaOre of you in the latter part of March and after taking abouta halfpint of the OreElixer 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 myself up but nothing did me any good until I used Yitte Ore which my wife brought me from your house After using it aweek I went out and did three days as hard work as I hate done in 25 years and I was not more fatigued than I was 25 years ago over the same work It ia the grandest medicine in the world mountainome so they may try it Hoping every one who has that tired feeling incident to old age will buy Ore of you and give it a fair trial I remain thankfully yours for putting me on to this remedy JAMES LACY I can vouch for every word Mr Lacy ain the above I am his wife and bought the medicine of Mr Cooper for hip though I did not have ranch faith in it because we had tried K many things that did no good I hue also wed Vitae Ore and am stronger and in better health than for years which I attribute to its use MRS SOUTHEY LACY Lacy Creek Ky June 1 1901 IirVit iis 1 a package which makee 1 quart of Elixer Dose One teaspoonful ia glass of water Mailed toI any address on receipt of price Addrait I SPENCER= COOPER HAZEL CREENr KY Ji 7 i tf- t J TrT SHERIFFS SETTLEM r+++ And Statement of the Financial Standing of Wolfe C at the end of the year 190J ns shown by settle made with A T Combs sheriff at the special Jan term 1902 of the Wolfe fiscal court as follows f r Special Jaiuary Tem 1902 of No Claim To Whom Iaid A Coltut31t John D I se8fithe Wolfe Fiscal To the Honorable Justices of the Peace305htcb Campbell 8 tcomposiD g the Fiecnl Court of WolCe257JanlRreocer b 4countyHaving been appointed this courts 4bl11Gcommissioner to make final settlement JJ J 8otIsubmit the following report T Center I find said sheriff with bal 3 379G T Center 5 aoce due Wolfe county on- chargeable settlemen- t330G 381 W COmbs made at the October term 1901 of this 30t court 2305 54 I find said sheriff enti J81James Drakc2ot1377David Athey 2ss tied to the following credit for claims filed212E F Duff 41Gpaid by him and vouchers No39C0 CudwelJI 81t C8J W Cbngleton15000329J F nTl lof 360LM Brownii 00 330C M Dulphen 101 93J W Coo8leton 12 00 SSlMeMengerJobPrintiogCo 27 M 9David IYhiemanw 15 00Creech2 oe 1861 RHollon214David Whhman 10 00 201 531 AllenDavid1S 201 27GLee Peck 12 00 3GS John D Kincaid 2 fOf 345GB Campbell 15 00 30iJohn D Rose 9 Oi 207Buchananiloseandfight313GW Lovelact 601 324S S Combs S Sins i9 41Roberts 36 25 S69 Jonathan Cbilden 2 Ofi 298Tom Hall 25 00 33700 Rose 303Hogh Coldiron 25 00 1521 30GJ3tHWTCaakey N Chambers 9 01 258J It Carroll 102 15f- M 25GJamea Cannoy 20 00 S49J H Stamper 00 3S5Ixgan Lindon 2 oe 350J H Stamper 16 283S4Jilburn Graham 3 28 S48J H Stamper 10 00388John Toleon 2 00 S32Isora Brewer 10 00Hollon 2 01 iO386G B Swango 2 01 331E B Tyia 24 SllJohn D Row J0 00 391It L Carroll 2 OS 157JJ Dickey 19 42 39George Brooks 2 48 S23S S Combs S Sons 17 15200D D Landsaw 2 0i 327G H Stamper 1 G 90 384Henry Cox 2 5JJ 1C1AG Lawson355Byid do Rose 1425 2083 3548 00yOSt356EllenJ7U W JcNabb 10 370John Cox 32 80 96 j 365L G Stamper 5 0036iFielden Cox 2501 30 W McNabb 5 WtSC6John Cox 5 00 358H C Elkins 2 M 398Marion Kelley and wife 104 091 300George Oliver 9 00 S46Frank Murphy 40 Of 3C3Daniel Pelfrey 2 00 S S Combs Sons 26 Of 321 George Terrill 256Laud forfeited to county 21 8f S22B B Cole 2 55 Additional lItfc and delin 369H K Nickell 2 00 quent list 17 15 363R L Rose 3 40 George A Quinn improperly 3J3A F Byrd 5 00nases3ed 2tfV 261i M Taylor followiifI280J M Taylor 825Co00 vouchers not filed j o 41Ym Lawgon 5 co To w s Tuu i300 Of 308W B Duff 9 00 To A F Lyons 84 S5r313W B Duo I 100 To Clay Lacy S0 Qt 1 352T C Hollon UI347Dr J H Stamper 351Dr J H Stamper a 00 342R P McCowanlo Total credits 2305 54 2GOBerry Noble 5 00 Total charged to said sheriff 2305 51 337Henry fc Swango 5 43 All of which is respectfully eubmittei 310B F Uowlio 9 00 this January 4tb 1902 326J A Phelps 4 00 G T CENTER Commissioner There was 165000 worth of claims allowed payable out of the year 1901 which necessarily had to be carrier over to the year 1902 as the levy was not sufficient toii off these claimsT S TUrT C W C C f Q o V Cso r fr l- R1 Ul Iif ==Ji OBI Fl fftl e JT1Q0 ENVELOPES NOTEHEAD 1 YhBILLHEADS f LETTERHEADS SALEBELLS PROGRAMS CIRCULARS CATALOGS MINUTES cycPppWe have Three Fast Presses a Power Paper Cutter and 40 Years Experience enables us to Court Com parison and Defy Competition When you want PRINTING come and see us Respectfully c LSPENCER COOPER i en cal HUGHES CHILL TONIC Beats tall iie A JEaie PAXJLTABIC I prneDU Chills Desgei Better than Calomeland Quinine Contrins noArsenic I falaiiald Fevers oaes II ttcta t THE OLD BELIABLE BOBLLBKf QEDAII IZOHIGt As well u a Sure Care for Chills ned Fevers Sump Fevers and Bilious F Ters what you seed at this season IT NEVEIL BAII ffiLaZatlle Ken Itt tiTI SflIHii-I aaiaateed Try It Doa t take aay sstutitotc AH rn iets bee and tl 1 BTmiccFortYeaneftaIaJie8eatk 1 qJISON PETTET OQ troveHeaT1ea crest rHtea1 MCYil allwiarrlfayea LOVI8VILLE KKNTUCKT Y a iii