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LARD 15c per pound SUGAR We to Etc per pound CAnO A COFFEE best in town 12jc J BONNIE ROLLED OATS lOc package SWEET POTATOES canned 15c 2 for 25c e KRAUT 3pound can lOc s CORN JOe per can PEAS 2 cans 25c fi HARNEjS BRIDLES GRANITE WAREc c Everything first dusand fresh and YOU SAVE MONEY on everything you buy of us THE flUUIPT TKHEME PIPE h t Eien FARMER should read daily The Chicago Post Eien LIVE STOCK Skipper should read dally The Chicago Post 1EveryPRODUCE Shipper should read daily The Chicago Post Every GRAIN Shipper should read dally Tie Chicago Post THE GREAT ij r MARKET NEWSPAPER I THE BEST IS NONE TOO GOOD FOR yOUII I Salnertbe through your commission firm newsdealer or publisher or nsiP I Per containing this adTertls ment Sample coplessfiaiion teqnMt Address THE CHICAGO POSTChicagorfil I DESCRIPTJONI 0 OF EVERY L 1LtNEATLY CHEAPLY AND PRUJIPTLYEECUTEDATTRL t 15rDse I I I Story of a Vermont Sugar Camp IIY E ELMER HI- LLr I M E n dozen of us boys s and gins are going down rcampWI oil and wo want you to- go with us Thus spoko Jim Watson a handsome sturdy Green Mountain boy one bright afternoon in March many years ago Im with yon At what time shall we start asked Simon Jack son who was always ready and willing to join in any kind of sport About 7 oclock Thats as soon as wo can get everything ready We are going to take fathers two horses find Joe Blaisiloll is to have their new hayrack put on a pair of sledsAll right said Jackson Ill meet you at Joes house I sup pose we shall start from there Yes and youd better bring your gun along There has been some talk about Indians being seen in the woods lately and although we dont anticipate any trouble its just as well to be prepared The distance from the little town of Cto the sugar camp was some 12 miles At 7 oclock tho redpainted hayrack with its load of young men and maidens drawn by two of the best horses in the state left the house of Farmer Blaisdoll amid a jingle of bells and shouts of merriment The horses were driven by Simon Jackson noted for his courage skill and prodigious strength It was about 9 oclock when he brought his team up to the camp situated on time edge ofa small clearing in one of the largest rock maple orchards in that region Old man Johnson with his wife Betsy and two grown up boys were wait ing in front of the largo open fire to give them welcome and in a short time tho horses were shelter ed and the boisterous party went inside the camp when the funof the evening began Many of our readers wo doubt not have visited tho sugar camps of Vermont and other states whoro tho rock maple thrives and watched tho sugar makers as they dipped the syrup from the large shallow iron pans and poured it into mouldsfrom which thoy short ly took cakes of sugar of all sizes and shapes In tho primitive days of which we speak the early days of tho Nineteenth century tho ap pliances were meagre indeed The sugar and syrup however wero just as sweet and palatable as now and tho fun as great But all things must have an end and at about 11 oclock the young folk all climbedaboard tho roomy hay- rack and wrapped in wolf skins and blankets with each particular swain in close proximity to his chosen sweetheart they started homewardNearly half tho distance had been traversed without incident when the rapid tramp of horses hoofs told the party that they wero followed The road was as straight as tho track of a bullet and as Jack son glanced behind him a quarter of a mile away a dark patch on the white ground was easily dis cernible and his sharp eyes told him that a band of Indian war riors were approachin- gNo use boys to try to fight that crowd they are four to one our only hope is in the speed of the horses ho said But have your weapons ready and pick off the first Indian who comes within gunshot Then ho grasped the reins more firmly and the race for life began Now tho speed and endurance of haveIHow thoso horses ran J Thoy seem to know that youthful hearts lIed urging them to do their best Jacksons calm tones as he encouraged them on made them feel that a firm hand guided them Tho men of tho party crouched in tho rear end of the rack rifles extended watching with eagle eyoE time approaching savages ready to defend their hopeless women to tho last breath Make ovary ehot count boys I said SimeliTho heavy load is I findII IAll right Jim Watson cheerilyIIWe are good for eight of tho red dogs anyway Keep tho horses on time jump till thoy drop and then woll fight it outTho young women thus far had shown remarkable courage that kindof pluck and heroism which their mothers 20 years before had exhibited when their husbands and brothers wero fighting for inde pendence and following the intro pid Ethan Allen who led the Groan Mountain boys in many a daring charge to victory At the ominous words of Watson however their cheeks took on a shade of pallor for full well did they realize the cruel fate awaiting them if tho sav ages proved victorious The horses were still running at a terrific speed notwithstanding the heavy load but that famous breed w Tat tho zenith of its power in those days As they rushed on in the maddening race tho great white flecks of foam wero dashed on oithor side witnesses of that life giving struggle Only a nulls or two further bOJalshouted Jackson as tho sharp crack of sovoral rifles smoto upon their ears Tho bullets wore whistling unpleasantly near for the savages had been slowly gaining thor ponies wero not so heavily weight ed as tho two thoroughbred- sIll settle you cried Jim and the next moment tho report of his long rifle sounded and tho fore most savage gave life death yell and tumbled to tho ground A dozen shots followed the fall of the redskin Two of the young men were badly wounded A bullet plowed its way through the fleshy part of Joes arm whilo another grazed the neck of Jackson whoso only remark was Shoot if ye want to II woll beat ye yet Things wore looking very bad for our friends in the hayrack and Jim and Sime the only two men left to battlowith the Indians realized that any moment a bullet might find its mark in them The only hope apparently was in the horsos But assistance was Learer than they thought Only an hour before a settler returning late from a visit to his traps brought the unwelcome news that there wero Indians between tho settlement and Jacksons camp so 20 of the best fighters in the town immediately started to meet the yoqug people whom they knew were liable to be L attacked And it was as well they did Jim had thrown the wolf skins and blankets over the girls and his wounded comrades and was stretchedout full length on the Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor MjsLi Iand cheerfulness soon + 1 disappear when the kid neys are out of order ordiseasedKidney trouble has I become so prevalent that It Is not uncommon r for a child to be born J afflicted with weak kid = neys lithe child urln 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 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 remedyTheSwampRoot Is soon realized It Is sold by druggists In fifty ttcent and one dollar sizes You may have a sample bottle by man free also pamphlet tell aamtser ireIng all about It Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper 1 tff if floor of the rack peppering away at their pursuers as rapidly as ho could load Jackson was lashing the now faltering horses and thoy were making their last grand spurt in that torrible race when lou I shouts broke on the crisp night air and a score of mounted men dash od past them on either side while their rifles belched forth the sweet oat music that ever greeted the oar of luckless mortals Those of tho savages who wore not killed turned thoir horses heads and endeavored to roach the sheltering forest but sovoltof band wore loft doad or mortal wounded Tho rest escaped As tho chances of overtaking the fleeing savages were extremely small owing to the deep darkness of the wood the settlers returned to tho friends whom thoir timely arrival had undoubtedly saved from a hor riblo death and were met by Jack son who remarkod in his charac teristic style Ill back those horses against any band of Indian ponies twixt hero and MontroalIThe news of the young folks miraculous escape spread like wild firo throughout the settlement and tho fathers and mothers especially those whoso daughters had been participants in the exciting race loudly praised the heroic conduct of Simon Jackson and the other boys blessing the day that theI Morgan horses first saw the sun in the Green Mountain state Several years after this stirring event tho war of 1812 broke out Simon Jackson and Jim Watson wero among the first to join tho army and thoir deeds of reckless daring under the leadership ofI that grand old revolutionary votei ran Col Isaac Clark were told inI after years at many a hearthstone Even now nearly a century afterjj their descendants delightin retelljj ing the tales of their brilliant actsII on hill and plain But to themII selves their wives and children for they both married their companions j of the memorable hayrack rido tho memory of the race on that moonlight night in March with thoso foam flecked horses running as horses never ran before remained with thorn more vividly than any of the many j wonderful scenes that camo with t their after lives A Real FriendII suffered from dyspepsia and indigestion for fifteen years says t W T Sturdevaut of Merry Oaks N C After I had tried many docjj tors and medicines to no availone j of my friends persuaded me to try Kodol It gave immediate relief I can oat almost anything I want now and my digestion is good I cheerfully recommend Kodol Dont try to cure stomach trouble by dieting That only further I weakens the system you need I wholesome strengthening food Kodol enables you to assimilato j what you eat by digesting it with out the stomachs aid I Ce stable Shot to Death Geo Lyons shot and instantly killed Dock Ferguson on Paint creek in Morgan county one day last week Ferguson was constable j in Paints precinct Lyons was trying to make Ferguson give imII his revolver so he could follow some other men who he claimed I had whisky Ferguson refused Lyons shot him twice killing him I instantlyEFor Sale Ono Fay No8 six roll 8 inchJJ lightning floorer with beading at I tachment Ono Fay carriage cut ting off saw F BUSH it SON Lexington Ky I A Mement Pleasejj The second annual Street Fairc Carnival and Midway to be given I at Mt Sterling Ky July 2126II under the auspices of the A 0 U W and Rod Men will bo tho most gigantic amusement over soen in I this section Floral parados civic parades stock exhibits floral hall and 20 high class midway attrac tions under tho direction of Hocks Mighty Midway Co aro some of the attractions Everybody from this section will bo in attendance TUEHEBALD8ndMonthlyWorId ono dollar a year in advanco GrayI II hair was falling out and dturning gray very fast But your Hair Vigor stopped the falling and restored the natural colorMrs- E Z Benomme Cohoes N Y yousnot to look old with the color of seventy years in your hair Perhaps you are seventy and you like your gray hair If not VigorYyour gray hair will have all the dark rich color of youth JlWiboftU All droulsq yousendexpressyouabottleor your Addressa They Will Get No Fees Ono of tho most important act I of the recent Kentucky legislature looking toward cutting down th expenses of examining trials wasI the bill amending Section 858 ofr Kentucky Statutes Tho law goe I into effect this month and Auditor Gus Coulter is sending out notices to all county judges magistrates I and police judges in which h saysTho recent session of the Gen eral Assembly amended Section 353 of the Kentucky Statutes which as now amended makes it unlaw ful for any officer holding examining courts or sheriffs constables r ct serving warrants and other process in examining trials to be allowed any claim for any such services until the grand jury has indicted tho defendant for afol onyThis communication is written to specially call your attention to this amendment and to further advise you that the claim itself and records of court time Circuit Clerks certificate must show that the defendant was indicted for felony Spring Fever Spring fever is another name fo biliousness It is more serious than most people think A torpid live and inactivo bowels mean a poison ed system If neglected serious illness may follow such symptoms DoWitts Little Early Risers re move all danger by stimulating the liver opening the bowels and impuritiesSafetaken DeWitts Little Early Riser for torpid liver every spring fox years RM Everly Mouudsvillo goothanFifty Barrels a Day Last week parties boring for oil near Levee in Montgomery couu ty struck a heavy black lubrij eating oil at a depth of only 2f feet and the flow is 50 barrels ij day Now if there is oil so clos to the surface in Montgomery an of so good a quality how much more may be expected hero i Wolfe and in Morgan counties whero the indications for oil ar I far more pronounced Wo daily walkabove a mine of inexhausti blo wealthand yet wo hear every day of men who refuse to lease their laud to men who would develop it How foolish for a man to struggle every day to keep down sassafras sprouts and weeds which like the poor are always with us when ho could by a scratch of his pen come into the possession of leisure and every luxury Electric Belt on Trial To introduce it and obtain agents the undersigned firm will send a few of their Electric Bolts on trial on tho following terms 100 to bo paid in ton days if the Bolt proves beneficial and tho balance 200 to be paid in sixty days if time Dolt effects a cure These Belts aro a positive euro for Rheuma tism Neuralgia Kidney trouble Stomach and Liver trouble Asth ma etc Address at ouco GERMAN ELECTRIC AGENCY tf P 0 Box 1874NewYork NY VitaffiOro will relieve you of all aches and pains Agents wanted Apply to or address with stamp spencer Cooper Hazel Groan Ky COUNTY + DIRECTORY + HAZEL GREEN POLICE COURT JudgeJW N NICKELL Deputy Marshall BOARD OF TUSTEES W O SIiZE Chairman W II CORD p Joss D DAVIS Jolts SI ROSE JOllY II ROSE o I CIRCUIT COURT FourthMondayinSePtemberDAVID B REDWING Judge A F BYRD l VANsANrMaatercammiesioncrC 0ICOUNTY COURT monthJClerkFRANKSTAMPmt SherIffCAttorneyJS N Hoiius Assessor Jolts CREECH SurveyorfFRANK f J W TAULBEE County Supt o COURTSI6TIME OF HOLDING AND OFFICIALS SIIOCKEYeset holding courtSECOND RosEJRConsinFebruary Magistrate ConstableIFebruarypLEOpMagistrateCourt days First Friday in March June September and December CIiAMDEItBMagistrate 1 BANKS Constable Court days Third t Friday in February May August and NovemberlSEVENTH DISTRICT B F BOLIN f Magistrate PORTER CLARK Constable MarchJuneOLllmMagistratetime for holding court Lexington and Eastern Railway a a Time Table In Effect May 18 1902 EAST BOUND 1- I 9rII STATIONS Daily ex SundayrI PM Lve A DailyII Lexington 2 25 pm 7 amLEJuncnClay City 3 66 pm 9 13 am Stanton 406 pm 923 am l NatBridge 4 35 pm 9 54 am Torrent 4 49 pm 10 08 Beattyve JcI 5 11 pm 10 29 amII tl Jackson 6 15 pm 11 30 i WEST BOUND I Nol No3 I I STATI NS Daily ex Duily SnnJay JackSO n JImBeattyPUITorrenpmNatBrpmStanto I pmClaypmWInehesterLexington 10 10 amII16 05 pm ManagerCHASAgentT P A lrCHdTiae1 Table la Effect Jauary 1 1H2 BOUNDnNo 22No21 L uISunday I I Sunday a m arr p mlev 9 45 am Jaekson 1 00 pm 9 40 am 0 d K Junction 1 05 pm 8 45 am Wilhunt 1 55 pm 8 30 amIlampton 2 10 pm 7 45 am Lee City 3 00 pm 7 35 am Helechawa 3 10 pm 7 00 am Cannel City 3 45 pm M L CONLEY Superintendent ROSE WHEELER PRACTICAL BLAOKSMITHS AND WACONMAKER8q a f JJ HAZEL GREEN KY attention VItmto of t v thOdfarmers of this cinity to their pro ved facilities for blacksmithing and wagonmaklog M well aa repair work of all kinds A full force of first class mechanics insures promptness in the execution of all work entrusted to them and satisfaction iis guaranteed in all cases Buggy building and wagon mdigare 5 our specialties Your patronage is re spectf ullv solicited and will M daljr ap preciated Respectfully to JI9SEIi WHEELEB ti TI1IE HERA r 3 it i t SPENCER COOPER Editor S = ==I HAZEL GREEN KY W0fl I I I +Announ Emcnrs + County Conventions at Connty Seats on July 19th 1902 District Convention at West Liberty Ky Jnly 24th 1902 HOPKINS IlOPKIX5jofi j announced as a candidate for the demo cratic nomination for congress from the Tenth district subject to action of the r partyJUDGE ofDIISpounced as a candidate for the democratic nomination for congress from the Tenth democratic district subject to action of theI partyIt IIox F A HOPKINS can didate for the democratic nomination t for congress from this I district will address the people t at Lee City on the issues I of the day on Saturday June I VtA 28th Speaking will begin at 1 oclock p in i and everybody iis invited If you never hatl the pleasure of hearing Frank t Hopkins speak you should b sure to avail of this occasion I I j r and if you Lane heard him i itII will do your democratic good to again listen to him I Saturday for he can both en t tertain and1 enlighten you on the affairs of state and nation No man in the district is perhaps so well posted antl the love you bear the democratic party should induce you I gOSIpelt with you that they may bii entertained also DR FENNKllS Bbeumatlsm dMeDNEanGrav BACKACHE CUREUrtnnryrtKte tt Sold by ll F Pieratt Hazel Green Ky l F Killed by Landslide There was a landslide on the L E railroad Saturday in which b ono man was killed instantly andI another one so badly injured thatl ho is probably dead by this time The particulars as far we have learned them are that the walking j boss of the section between Clay k City and Indian Fields at Adlyn r with one of his hands was going aloegtheroadwhentholandonotiside d j one of the men completely and the other one up to his neck They were both dug out by the wreck ing crew and the one known as j tho boss was dead while tho other one was so badly injured that iit was thought he could not live About the same time near Tor rent was a wreck Tho engine of I tho 0 K with Conductor Brad shaw in charge wont to the scent- and helped get the debris out o tho way and the engine on the trackwhich delayed the arrivall I of his train at Cannel City- until between 11 and 12 ocloc- that night whereas it shouldl have been in by 345 p m- In the wreck six box cars wore turned over and Tommy Lykius a brakeman was crippled t Ifi Saved From An Awful Fate Everybody said I had con sump ftion writes Mrs A M Shields of Chambersburg Pa I was low after six months of 80Ij j8ickue8s caused by hay fever asthma that few thought I couldI get well but I learned of the mar Hyilous merit of Dr Kings Net Discovery for consumption use it and was completely cured FIdesperate throat and lung I lIlandI I eed50cr ottles free atJ i cnllSCombsUI T rug I t POWERSFERRELL A Brilliant Wedding Celebrated at Pikeville- At S80oclock Wednesday evening Juno 4th tho ologant mansion of Mrs Kentucky Ferroll onI Main street was tho steno of tho most brilliant wedding over witnessed j in Iikovillo James Prosj i antii 1I Mrs Kentucky crrt l l were dI in tho holy bonds of matrimony By 7 30 oclock tho grand mansion was a ilazo of glory and great clusters of choice flowers were banked in every available space Att jiS oclock the visitors began to ar rive and wero received at the door usherodIof beauty and were filled with tho sweetest fragrance A few minutes before the time specified for the ceremony tho visitors made a rush for tho west parlor whore iit was to tako place and soon tll parlor and the adjoining hall wer filled Exactly at S 30 Miss Par alee Clark the popular teacher took her place at the piano and1 as tho sweet strains of Mendel Isonns wedding march Hoatod bridnlcouploIjf advanced with slow and measured step from the east parlor tho hall and into tho west parlor Rev Stambaugh on reaching the center of tho room halted and whirled facing the bridal pair and a brief but solemn ceremony pronounced tho couple man and wife The clear ringing tones of the minister and the soft sweet notes of the ttlthrong that were audible while the pretentionIhandsome looked her very best in an elegant costume of cream peau de su trimmed to point lace The bod was inlaid with old point She 1ico a bouquet of ferns and Jacqueminot rose buds tied withwhite ribbon She looked i reno and happy The big bride kluroad cloth of a fashionable cut i and a white tie He looked proud1 and happy As ho towered proud ley above his bride the pleased and triumphant expression of his face wjus that of n mighty conqueror who having vanquished all rivals had at last succeeded in securing the prize As eager friends pressed forward to otTer congratulations j Miss Paralee Clarke showered the happy couple with rice which i caused quite an outburst of merriment The bridal pair followed by numerous others proceeded to the palatial dining room to par i take of choice refreshments con sisting of ice cream strawberries and a variety of cake which was served at several tables The din fug room was a bower of white roses and ferns The wedding was followed by a grand dinner the next day which was attended by Mr and Mrs C F Mays Mr and Mrs J C Bowls Mr and Mrs W T Phillips GA Staley and wife Jas Sowards and wife Will Gray Dr Bowen and W II Flannery and wife Altogether the affair was a most enjoyable lone Much of the success of tho arrangements was duo to the skillI ed management of four of ltihe brides favorite nieces Mrs Fran ces Woolford Mrs Hester Sowards t Misses Lina and Bessie Sowards andhernepheWjOtto BentloyThoy superintended affairs and saw that everyone was made comfortable Several handsome presents were pairfis a popular lady of great wealth and rare busine qualifications She has many towki groom a gentleman of the highest standing His popu larity is not confined to Salyers ville his home town but wherever he is known and he is very widely known Almost every child in the mountain towns where ho is ac customed to visit knows Jim Pres as he is familiarly called becomejandcherish each other through a long and happy life and ever be iswlovely and of good report dinBig Sandy News IHumors Come to tho Surface In pimples and other eruptions but dont themselves all off that way They mostly ro main in tho system thats bad Hoods Sarsaparilla removes them wards off dung makes good health sore Take it Try your luck by taking a chance I iin the contestHoe ad on 4th page 4 Dragged to Death A young man named Centers a son of George Centers who lives in this county above Lee City was killed Saturday under very distressing circumstances He was riding hoseback when the horse ran his foot into a hole and fell hieifootscared the horso and ho ran drag ging tho young man after him un til ho came to a crib of a splash dam into which ho jumped and killed the young man outright j though ho may havo received injuries during the run that would havo resulted in south anyway Wo did not learn tho young mans given tame but he was about 15 years of age and well liked by all who know him It was indeed a sad loath and the mother and father have time sympathy of all in time community in this hour of their ailliction IAeI For Infanta and Children till KM YII Han Always 8111t Bears the f5 Vg STSignature of MS fi7tfWill be Acquitted Deputy Sheriff Rufus Smith ar Othh iust who ia implicated in the murder of Dock Ferguson 5u Morgan county last Thursday Wheeler was released on bond It is claimed that Wheeler had nothing to do with the killing on that 1day Wheeler is a prominent merchant of Morgan county and horho indication are that he will be acquitted on examining trial Fer reoward for George Lyons and will1 ask Gov Beckham to offer a reward ioLyons after the killing went to the woods and has never been seen since This was one of time most cruel1 murders over coummitted in Morgan county Seep It in Your Home Anil when the bowels fail to ace prop erly take a dose of LYONS LAXATIVB SYRUPIt acts gently but effectually on the kidneys liver and bowels will keep your system in good working order and nuke your complexion clear Sold by J C Stamper Grassy Creek Childs Body Found in a Well Columbus Jenkins of Morgan county exchanged farms with a neighbor also of that county After Mr Jenkins had moved to his unto farm ho was advised not to use tho water out of a certain spring that was on the farm After examining tho spring he found a child buried about two feet deep in the spring Great excitement prevails over this discovery County oflicials are making efforts to mind out who the child belongs to but this seems to be a mystery- It is reported that several arrests will bo made For 28c in stamps you can get a free trial of Wilsons Tobacco Cure Has cured thousands CORP WILSON f30y Calvert Texas Superintendent John W Taul bee and daughter Miss Maud and Galloway Sebastian of Daysboro Misses Nettie Wheeler and Ava Swango of this place and H E Ouey of Sunny Side left Dfouda evening for Lexington where they will this week attend and partici pate in the proceedings of the state teachers association at that place Others from other parts of the county whose names we failed to get are also in attendance an the Lexington papers anticipates the attendance of 1000 or 1200 teachers throughout the state- n Send 35c and get a free trial o Wilsons Morphine Cure j tested for 14 years and always success ful Send to CORP WILSON f 30y Calvert Texas George Taulbee whose time as- a soldier in the 12th U S infantry expires in a few days will not come home as he wrote some time since he would He has been of fared the position of inspector of Philippine constabulary a posi tion which his uncle Wes C Taul bee is also holding and as they will be together from now on iit will be more pleasant for him He will be discharged on tho 27th inst and immediately assume the du- ran ties of his new position whichcar riot with it shoulder straps er1Vhen you havo head ache or bySH F Pieratt Hazel Groen If ry FFLESH S 1 Iin 1by1 Its as beneficial In summer as In winter If you are weak or run down It will build you up Send for free sample SCOTT B WNECbemiats- 4agyty Pearl Street New York lOCo u4 t OOi all druggists sHeroic Cripple Drowned Who one reads 1 e following ho is inch led to think Hobson the hero of Santiago Boy and other heroes insignifican specimens of humanity Charles Adkins aged 23 and a cripple j imped into time Big Sat dy river not r Pikeville one day las t week to save n friend from d owning I o succeeded in saving his friend but was himself drownoJ Ho was married This Offer Is For 30 Days Only we are bound torais ini121As money within th 0e next 30 Days we will during that time take subscriptions to THE HERALD and the Courier Journal twice a week for125Old subscribers may e advantage of this offer by paying up all arrearages and one year int advance but tho time will not be extended beyond July 11 This i a is losing game with us but if 2 or more will take advantage of i the fact that this sum will tomitI practically in a lump will compenI sate us Tell your neighbors and friends about it I The Wolfe County Teachers In stitute will be held the week be ginning Monday July 21st Le all teachers and all who hold cer tificates in the county and any other teachers mako arrangements 1to attend time full time i WM H CORD Conductor of Institute- J W TAULBEE County Supt of Schools SHERIFFS NOTICE To Tax Payers of Wolfe Connty You are hereby notified thatyour taxes for the year 1902 aro now duo and have been since March 1 1902 and as I cow have my books completed I take this means of notifying one and all that I am now ready to receive same Thanking you in advance for an early settlement I am Yours very truly T F STAMPER Sheriff Wolfe county Ky When you have head ache or neuralgia try Tnphene Sold by S S Combs t Sons Campton and 1H F Pieratt Hazel Green tf Dizzy Then your liver isnt acting well You suffer from bilious ness constipation Ayers Pills act directly on the liver For 60 years they have been the Standard Family Pill Small doses cure Aiidusut WaDt your moutarhe or heard a beauutu1- browu or rich black TheD use BUCKINGHAMS lWh skerst- 1ao O a U1 De a r Nqt a co NU4 N Qfipriffo QQP DHBllll o udlu for 1 ditto DyvirtueoftaxeaduetheSheriffofWolf- county for years 18991901 I will on MON DAY July 7 1902 iit being couatycourtday between the hours of 9 o clocks m sad oclock p met the court house door iin the town of Campton Kyt expose to public reaYi may necessary to satisfy the taxes and costs towit District No 6A tract of 125 acres list adjoinIngand cots 851 Dist No 3Tract of 100 acres listed iin name of John If Campbell for 1901 Tax and cost 514 Dist No 6Tract of 50 acres listed iin Gdand cost 767 A T COMBS S W C 55SNEW YORK WORLD fThrlceaWeek Edition o The Most Widely Read Newspaper in America o TIME has demonstrated that the a 1Yeek World stands alone in its class Other papers have imitated its form but none its success This is because it tells all the news all the rim and tells it impartially whether thai news be political or otherwise It is iin fact almost a daily at the price of a weekly and you cannot afford to be with out it Republican and Democrat alike can read the Thricea week World with ab solute confidence in its truth In addition to news it 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Remember this is for CASH ONLY J IVIw ROSEFRIENDIIrhe following nine lotsl will be suit at a low price for the cash AvenuetIII p0J0 U 50 50 r err0 t macro cSta c c c C1 C1- 11II I j About 300 feet Address COURTNEY McGUIREClay u a A 0 U W AND RED MENS t ANNUALISTREET FAIR CARNIVAL 0MIDWAY MT STERLING KY 6 DAYSI BIG JUEY2FflJMAGNIF- ICENT FLORAL AND CIVIC PARADES 20 20VillpMusic by Celebrated Concert Band of 20 Eminent Musicians in Daily Concert For information and catalogue address C F THOMAS Secretary Excursion Hates on all Railroads ninnn nnnnnnntntn tttnm= THE LEADING DAILY OF THE 3 E BLUE GRASS REGION IS I TilE MORNING HERALD I = Ot LoxiaQtom Kentucky =E= = Despatches8pedalCorrrvpondentvrnrerw w theoU fields Base Ball and sporting news a Society and Womans Page ot = great interest spedal articles on every question of general Interest = Its Editorial Page Is recognized as the best is the State = t = n now offers a MAP OF KENTUCKY the latest and best published to weverysubscrloer who pays tx months In advance == STAGSFAYOLITSSevery = a dollar E = 1 anow Js tile time to Subscribe 300 for Six Mouths + 15 THE LEXINGTON PUBLISHING CO Postoftw to sox 355 Lezisttmra Ky s4 Ew c P BJulcJwlaIDO s Prgddet DaJu BucIWfJUDOK lana1UII IIIIUWWUWJUIIUIIIIUWIUWf J 1 II1WWIUIIlIUI1l Au WhatY are Humors ti jber arc vitiated or morbid fluids mars the Veins nod a footing the tissues JL are commonly doe to defective dlges ujn but are somctim Inherited BOW do they rcanifct thinmlvcs r In rosy forms lf cutaneous eruption Hit rheum or rrcr I pimples and bolls aDd to weakness nor rfneral debility BOW arc they eqlllI ply Hoods Sarsaparilla rblch alSO Ild3 u llw system that ha offered from them It IIs the best medicine for all humors 9 ffi HERALD 1 rrL Ytio1 I ctt 1 1 kk1f1r at rt7 Mrs Harry Sicken mal her cousin Miss Ada Nickell paid this office a pleasant call Thursday I lastEmery k James has tho thanks o r the editor and his better seven eighths for a mess of mountain r oysters last Saturday BEST medicine you can takeI THEI rill yourself of humors am I I ftclc1r ilhxrdsSarleait I t1 t Mrs Dulcina Pieratt who has i been visiting her grandson H F Pieratt and family left for homo Wednesday She lives near May r town The charge to telephone to any i GreoiP1 to Cl1D1srgo or from Hazel GreenI l to West Liberty has been reducedI from 20 to 10 cents u County Attorney Jako Fulks and exSherilT Thrasher Combs b of Campton passed through here Monday en route to Lee City au I passed back on Tuesday Married at tile residence of tho i brides father on Caney Morgan county on Sunday Juno 22 1 i i neilrYjdaughter j Fire broke out in the summer kitchen of Mrs Angolino James on Wednesday and but for it prompt discovery would have re Bolted disastrously as the wine- rather 1 Fos high For Constipation I Take Lyons rxatlve Syrup If you dont 1Ik1 It telter than ally Mxaiivo you haveever ucti yonrdrogslst willI refuud the money ItlccSSc- f gold by J C tamper irassy Creek The Red River Valley Medical1 Association held its annual session at Torrent Thursday and Friday i last Drs Center and Nickell rep resented Hazel Green Particul- arsK or proceedings have not been furnished i W F Baker the gentlemanly jr represenative of Guggenhoimer Co Lynchburg Va will call upon the merchants of this section with goodstV and notions in about 10 days and1 p asts them to wait for him Mrs F N Day wishes to an- nouncef to the ladies that she has it a vice line of ready made skirts on hand and will sell them at reason- ablef prices You can got a nico np to date skirt ready mado for j about what the goods costs you S Give Mrs Day a call as she takes r 6 great pleasure in trying to get everything in ladles wear the best f The following are among the registers at the Day House sine our last issue Willie Manker West Liberty Mrs Dr Dean and Mrs Fanny Bryant North Middle Jown j n White Irvine Frank Thomas Maytown S P Rogers L P Hutchinson Louisville G B b Stamper and C C Fulks Camp cJ ton i ff Several prisoners from Jackson 1were taknn to Frankfort Friday piiover the L E railroad The fe prisoners wore all white and their W names crimes and sentences aro I as follows Isom Caudill fly years John Eo Fugate ton years and Goodloe Hudson ten yeara 1 1111on tho charge of man slaughter Lanford Craft housebreaking thee years and Solomon Nix shooting and wounding o year Filthy Temples in India Sacred cows often defile temples but worso yet is a body zS constipntionDont jfjth Dr Kings Now Life Pills and givlivelyc dt l 25cWT11ay Hazel Green or S S Combsy F Sons Campton Ts eri COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0Our correspondents are derelict in duty andwe want to say that henceforth they willnot 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 SUNNY SIDE- s Mrs Boone May was a pleasant visitor at Sunny Side one day last week Win Blaukenship of Grassy spent Sunday with friends on this side of tho river Misses Rosa and Carrie Cold iron of your town wuro visitors of J- E Brooks and family Saturday night Miss Mary Bronnoman of tho Heights took in the teachers ox aminntion Friday and Saturday atCampton Mrs II C Lacy and two little offDaysboro spent Sunday with J familyi NII Mrs Newt Lacy and Mrs E Oney were visiting W T Caskoy I and family of your town last week 1and as usual had a nice time Our mother culled to seo Killis Puckott near Rocky hilla few days1 ago Ho is qulto sick and needs and deserves the holp of all good peoploIMiss Emmio Wright of Wini1i Chester passed through here Saturday en route to B L Brennoj mans on the Heights for a weeks Ivisit with Misses Mary and Cords Edward Oney spent the greater part of last week with relatives in Broathitt county and loft Monday jin company with J W Taulbeo I and daughter Miss Loula for Lex- I iington and they expected to be jjoined ba number of others at Hazel Grnm and Campton The stato teachers association being visittYo scribe and Miss Elliza Nickji j ell of tho Springs visited friends and relatives at Xoola and Lee I City Saturday end Sunday and mootingsI that has been in progress for tho MrdMorgan n Presbyterian conducts tho services anti much interest is being manifested Sullico us to say wo had a nico trip Juno 24 SUSIE SUNBEAM SWAKGO SPRINGS SAYINGS Thos Allen and wife of Sharps burg wore guests of Harrison Swango part of last week Miss Eliza Nickell visited her sister at Neola Saturday and Sun day also took in the big meeting Granvillo Taulbee of Lacy creek was entertained Saturday by his brother Green Taulbee of this plnceIl William Barbeo and Mrs J CI- s Gillispie of Carlisle H W Jeffer son and wife of Mayslick and Mrs William Bryan of North Middle town are tho now arrivals at the Springs- s June 21 Uxo LANE LILIES A R Graham went to Leo City Thursday G W King was in Jackson Wednesday Theres not much going on here now except measles mumps and whooping cough- e James Turner of Big Frozen spent Saturday night at his uncle J S Sewells and attended preach ing at Elkins Chapol Sunday Mrs Jane Pence and Melissa Sewoll of Pence branch attended preaching at S B S Sunday and took dinner with Miss Nancy Sow ell They have measles at the homes of John Gibbs John Hoi Ion and George Tprrill whooping cough at G B Brewers and Gardner Van cleaves eDr Whitt is still suffering with sympathetic heart troublel II brought on by a pair of bluo eyes Tho doctor has our warmest sym path SOellohave been In these parts for soy ural days taking and giving leases in oil and gas Tho former for 11tho Standard Oil Co the latter for themselves Misses Betsey Shackolford and Pearl VcBtptwQof Paxtons most chain ing belles tbek in tho meeting aSpring branch Sunday They spet tho remainder of the day wim Mrs Florence Horton If any Suo wants a good case o- fT jnumps they should call or T theyhavewhole family except Mr Sewell and tho two youngest boys have boon mumpsinGeo King has swapped off his noted buggy horse Teddy recent ly purchased of TP Sewell to Goo Terrill to a brisky flatfoot ed pacer a driedapple sorrel The time for schools to begin will soon bo hero Next Tuesday the teachers will bo hired to teach the different schools of tho county The trustees should be very careful that they make no big mistake in hiring the teachers they should be very careful that they hire teachers wholly competent to rightfully instruct the young minds over which they are Ito havo control Juno 24 MIKE MORCAN COUNTY WEST LIBERTY WISPS Born to the wife of G W Steele of Malone a boy Aunt Gilley the wife of W B Lykins is on the sick list An infant daughter of John Walsh of Malone is quite sick with fluxPaulina wife of W M Kendall- of this place who has been quite sick for sometime is reported to be better E G Wells who has been confined to his bed for more than a monthwith rheumatism is able to bo out John Taulbee and wife of Frank fort who have been visiting their parents at this place leftfor Hazel Green on Friday Dr James Taulbee and wife of visitIingturned home on Saturday Roscce a valuable saddle horse belonging to Dr W G Carter met with a very painful accident recently which fractured his hock jointJ A Griflin and W McKinsie of Chicago 111 stayed over night Jin this place en route to Pound Gap Virginia These gentlemen are on a tour inspecting timber and coal lands for a large syndicate Scott Oldfleld of Mizo Ky son of John A Oldfield a prosperous former of this county was united in marriage on Sunday last to Miss Maud daughter of Louis Henry and wife near this place Rev S J Adams officiating George Lyons who killed Con stable Ferguson last week has not been captured yet The brothers of Ferguson havo deposited 100 in tho bank of West Liberty as a reward to effect the capture of Lyons Judge Davis also offers a 100and tho governor has been called upon to offer an additional reward ThomllsjonheardI Miss Georgia one of the daughters of the doctors render some delightful music on tho organ She played with the skill of an artist while her voice remarkably clear blended beautifullywith the music I doubt if she has any superiors in this place While on a tour for news last week ye scribe was invited by Dennis Carter to visit a room or rather a work shop conducted by him I went and saw various things of every description suchas guns pistols telephone boxes by cicles and many other designs before I loft ho produced a small electric motor mado by his own hands and skill and overy thing about it as perfect as a large one The inventor is known in this lo cality as Dennis Carter tho master mind of genius The county examination was held here by County Superintendent W B Barker who thought that tho questions had got out and had all tho applicants sworn E C Whitt of Caney had the questions he was told by Mr Barker if ho would tell who ho bought them from ho would not bo prosecuted His reply was That ho bought them from George Amyx of Days boro Wolfe county paying him 800 for same A warrant was issued by J D Lykins polico judgo of this place for Amyx He was arrested and brought here on the 21st and tried before Judge Lykins and fined 5000 which he paid Snpt Barker in going to do all in his power to stop the selling of the state board questions Juno 24 NosLivr 1 ik CAM TON COUfUffl BEN SEWELL EDITOR VOLUME I NUMBER 0 EDITORIAL EFFUSIONS THE mountains of Kentucky are coming into prominence and notoriety as a groat oil fold It is n evident fact that tho timo is near at hand when Wolfe county will receive her full measure of interest and attention in the oil excitement Just below us in Menofee and Powell counties good produc ing oil wells have been found While this is not a sure evidence that lakes of oil underlay Wolfe county it is certainly enough to warrant the people of this county in being buoyed up with hope that there is Specialists assert that Wolfe county is on lino with the great oil belt At numerous places in this county there are splendid surface indications of oil Capitalists at this time have their eyes rivited upon this county They are spending money with a lavish hand to secure oil leases iin this county This fact alone should inspire the people with confidence and awaken in them a dream whose realization may bo the accumula tion of fortunes to themselves Somo farmers in this county are blind to their own interests and are amazingly averse to grasping opportunities that would mean their financial independence if oil should be found on thoir lands in paying quantities They seem slow to realize tho value of oil When they rofuso to give oil leases on their lands it simply means that they are blind as bats to their own interests else it means they are making a desperate struggle to fight off riches and prosperity To illustrate the value in oil it will suflice to say that an oil well pro ducing 40 barrels per day ando which the farmer gets J in royalty would mean 25 per day to that farmer If he gives a lease and iit turns out that there is no oil to boi found on his lands he has lost not a dollar We havo assuring infor mation that The Diamond Oil Company and others will commence drilling for oil in this coun ty just as soon as they securo lenses sufficient to justify them in doing so If farmers have oil on their lands at allit is anywhere from 1000 to 3000 foot under tho ground No farmer knows how to develop this and none aro able to do so Therefore when he gives an oilI lease he gives it on something thatt he can never develop himself A goodoil well is equal to a stupen dous fortune Wake up farmers give leases give leases give leases As AX evidence of tho fact thatk there is a great deal of the artificial in this life a true poet tuned his lyre and touched off the following strain Little gobs of powder Little specks of paint Make a little freckle Look as if it aint LOCAL LACONICS Rev Powol Rose preached a the Clifty school house last Sun day Raney Rose of Lacy creek was visiting relatives in Campton last SundayHon A F Byrd left here Sun day for Irvine to attend circuit court at that placo Judge J WCongleton and wife visited Leo Cougleton and family at Torrent Saturday and Sunday Kelly Fulks and family spent a few days last week at Glencairn Kelly says it was like reveling in bliss sublime Miss Gertrude Elkins the hand some daughter of Mr and Mrsu Isaac Elkins of Lane visited the family of A F Byrd on Saturday and Sunday Born on the 22nd to tho wife of Nathan Banks a boy It iis thought tho bright little fellow will be christened Doctor James Hamilton Stamper 01oquen1and valuable assistance in reporting the news this week Dr J H Stamper reports the following on tho sick list J J Chambers of Stillwater billious malarial fever Jailer J B Littles wife mumps Mrs J F Vansant1 nervous prostration Arkillis Collins of Spanish American and Fouth Kentucky war fame has boon granted a pen y i k J sion of 0 per month Uncle Sam is not slow in rewarding wounded or disabled patriotism and valor nJudge Amos Davis of Morgan and Congressman J B White of Estill candidates for tho demo cratic nomination for congress in this district were hero last in tho interest of their weekI Each seemed to bo cheerful and sanguine of the brilliant victorIA C Oliver is authority for tho report that A Drake of High Falls near Campton has a new with two well developed calfI Tho High Falls loads in freaks of nature Mr Oliver is an honored and respected citizen of that neigh beIlongAjjolly crowd of Campton sports olmlDrakoTrent went to Stillwater creek Thursday angling dipping dragging I or shooting for tho finny tribe They succeeded in landing 40 H of fish 25 Ib of turtle and 20 lb of bull frogs as reported by tho vo racious Miles Tolson Tho teachers oxamination was held hero Friday and Saturday The town was over stocked with knowledge as usual on such occa sions Mrs Richard Russell and Miss Mary Brouneman of Hazel Green took tho examination We are not advised as to whether or not tho examination was very rigid The will contest suit of J M Long and wife vs S C Alexander Co in relation to the legality of the will of Mrs Mary Alexander deceased wife of S C Alexander and mother of Mrs Long pending in the Wolfe circuit court has been compromised and settled Wo are informed that Mrs Long gets 500 out of the estate as the result of the compromise J CI Lykins and A H Stamper repro j FIIByrdWhile ye editor and G B Stamp er wore taking oil and gas leases on Holly creek last week they found a large landowner who was deaf to their arguments When informed by thorn that all business men were taking ad theI age of the opportunity them by means of lease to develop their wealth he remarked Big smart men do those things to catch suckers like mo It is high time that men of all professions avoca tions and callings in life sot them inspiringkintentions by honest representa tions and fair dealings Virulent Cancer Cured Startling proof of a wonderful advance in medicine is given by druggist G W Roberts of Eliza beth W Va An old man there I had long suffered with what good cant cer They believed his case hope less till he used Electric Bitters and applied Bucklens Arnica Salve which treatment completely cured him When Electric Bitters aro used to expel bilious kidney andmicrobe poisons at the same this salvo exerts its matchless heal ing power blood diseases skin eruptions clears and sores vanish Bitters fOe salvo 25c at J Taylor Day Hazol Greon and S S Combs Sons Campton drug stores Guarantee satisfaction Ollio Perrys wifo and Jim Wal decks wife together with their sister Miss Candy Waldeck arrived from Cincinnati Monday night and aro now the guests of Dr Waldeck and wife Mrs Perry who is a daughter of Dr Waldeck lives in Cincinnati as does her sisterinlaw Mrs Jim Waldeck and Miss Candy has been visiting them for quite awhile John H Taulbee and his wife also a daugh tor of Dr Waldeck who have been visiting hero for a few weeks left for their homo at Frankfort Mon day and the same wagon that took thorn to Rothwoll brought back the first named party Happy Time ii Old Town Wo felt very happy writes R N Bevill Old Town Va when Buckleus Arnaca Salvo wholly cured our daughterof a bad case of scald head It delights all who use it for cuts corns burns bruis es boils ulcers eruptions In fallible for piles Only 25 cents sold by J Taylor Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sons Campton drugstores J C = ii o GREKTClearing SalvoClothi q9 WE ARE BADLY OVERSTOCKED- WE I NEED MONEY WE NEED IT BADLY S CLOTHING RRe ardless off Mauacrersr CCosttI New Goods Latest Styles Best Quality Here is a chance to get GOOD yCLOTHING at cheap prices Mens AllWool Suits I IMens 499 499iMensIThis is about the cost of the trimmings MENS LINEN SUITS Coat Pants and Vest at 125 Suit IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS IREAD THI6JBOYS SUITS BOYS SUITS BOYS SUITS 49ThreeI Suits 40 Cents up to 700 We can show you a better assortment than togetherWe who sell the celebrated Alfred Benjamin Co Clothing Louis Cus StrausPLEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON KY f WHEN BUYING WHISKEYS Fc i IMEDIOJL USE p FOR TO BE USED sfraEvE1iQE a- i i You want good pure whiskey and at times all need whiskey either to ward off colds and pneumonia or to build up the system when from overwork or worry the vitality is below par We have good pure whiskey welll distilled from choice grain well aged and matured with special care for 1 200 225250 PER GALLON and we pack your jug in a nice plain box for shipping so that no one can tell what you are getting and send you a nice etcpcd glass and corkscrew free Send us your order and let us prove that we mean what we say Remit by Post Office Money order or registered letter to the HAGAN DISTILLING CO Lexington Ky a CLARK 3 HOWARD CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS 206208 E Main LEXINGTON KY Honest material master mechan ics and consciencious calculations are their stock in trade Hence it is that satisfaction is guaranteed IflrnpQt RiiQfnmprQOur LdlyODL UUplUlllulu Talk for us They are so well satisfied themselves that they tell others about the merits of Lexington Beer All who use it agree that it is the best beer they everdrank So will you if you give it a trial No beer receive better care in tho fr brewingand the bottling ALEXINGTON BREWING COMPANY J f i W R CRAWFORD COtLive Stock Commission Merchants FOR THE SALE OF Cattle Hogs SheepCin- cinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI Of ALSO Central Stock Yards LOUISVILLE YYtWe have an Eastern outlet for all desirable stock at htthMijiriees CbuffiiBMitft solicited All correspondence cheerfully aatwered s s Wn JavaS Natives do not glaze coffee with a cheap and impure coating They l have too high a regard for health as +well as for the naturally delicious flavor of their popular berry ThefI 7 jvery American roasters who glaze their package coffees do not dare to touch or glazeii their high priced Mochas and Javas Why r FAiicileism Is never glazed t l 4JUSTLinn RnflPP adulterated PURE It orII The sealed rackace inures uniform quality and frtShnCMII GROVER CLEVELAND 11Presidencyr t Democratic Politicians i I lKGrOverlII I I I ItntIIt Cloveland Hill and other bi men of the party have been drop pod invitations to make speeches It was generally understood that the banquet and speeches would be merely a lovo feast of state i I democrats but tonight the secret s leaked out that Clevelands speech tomorrow night is to be the oponI ing gun ofn campaign that is to t sweep the wliole country The Tildon Club is largely comIj of r posed of distinguished members of i t the New York southern colony i t Allied with them are democrats t and independents of every line m seciz rotary of the tresury confirmed 1 the story tonight but refused to bo the only man interviewed He suggested that David Gilbert secretary of the Manhattan Club be used as the mouthpiece for the men behind the movement He declared that Gilbert knew all the plans of the intended surprise intendedt1 to keep the movement quiet until after dinner when it is hoped 1 the former presidents consent will f be obtained It rests solely with Cleveland When ho retired from mpi I public life his intention was that i retirement should bo for good Th fact however remains that both Iw in respect to physical health and l mental powers he was never bet ter fitted for the nations service Although leading a quiet life in i ti mate friends well know that nay I or for a moment has ho lost touch I with the affairs of the nation and met those who guide i A carefully selected although i informal self appointed committee of democratic leaders for sev I eral months past has been form t ing connections in every state iin tho union At every democratic convention hold the committee made efforts to ignore the silver coinage question as well as other f issues that Bryan stood for andI invariably have boon crowned withI success The men behind the move I ment include Whitney Lamone I Cady Herrick Carlisle Campbell VilasDickenson Eckels Richard I son Waller Olney McLaurin Gorman Bailey Culbertson andl Wheeler Cleveland is the only i man who can carry the country today We believe he will accept Central News and Press Bureau Leads Them All One Minute Cough Cure beats 1 all other medicines I ever tried fo coughs colds croup and throat i and lung troubles says D Scott Currin of Loganton Pa One Minii ute Cough Cure is the only absolutely i safe cough remedy which acts immediately Mothers everywhere testify to the good it has done their little ones Croup is so sudden in its attacks that tho doctor often arrives too late It I yields at once to One Minute CoughI t Cure pleasant to take children like it Sure cure for grip bronchitis coughs I Died in Squalor Though Rich I To all appearance poverty strick en but in reality wealthy Cimille f Lamorne 55 years old lived fo f years in a squalid basement at No J 65 West Houston street Now Yorkt tSurOUnded by the machinery with which he worked f Last week he lay dead in a col Abasementi his only attendant iin j jdeath being a policeman to guard the body until the Cor goner ordered its removal Hidden in boxes were found deeds for property estimated to be worth 60000 A Lam orns was a machinist lock smithand maker of machinists tools He shunned Ii moo wensr and children adsPeke only whon he was compelled i ldo so in ccfa e nection with his business Take chance anti tryyour lmet 1 J 4 ori+ ADVERTISING LAW j IIText of The Measure Which is in Force After June 24 i1he following is the full text of i I the State Advertising Law which was passed by tho last session of the legislature and which goes inff 21I addition to the by law to be kindgof property when sold under exe cution judgment or decree shall unless otherwise agreed upon by tho parties to such execution judg ment or decree bo advertised in some newspaper published in the i county of such sale if any news paper bo therein published at least onto a week for three consec t utive weeks next preceding the day sale Provided that in counties whoro there is a daily newspaper published or in general circulation publication of such notice of solo for three consecutive days next proceeding tho day of salo shall I be sufficient The advertisement shall state time place and terms I IfofIf tisement herein provided for shall not bo necessary where tho ap I j praised value of the property to be I sold is less than one hundred dot mars to be ascertained by appraise ment in each case as now provided by law SecondThat whenever any suitor action in court involving the settlement of any estate whatever- is referred to any commissioner or reporteclaims or for any other purpose it shall be the duty of such commis sioner or other oflicer to advertise the time place and purpose of his sittings in tho same manner as provided for advertising sale of I property by Section First hereof ThirdThat for all newspaper advertising required by this actor any other law the publisher shall be entitled to receive as full comI pensation for such advertising atII the rate of oOc per linear inch single column solid eight point measure for each insertion and in all advertisements in judicial pro ceedings the cost of advertisement shall be taxed as costs by the clerk of the court Provided that the rates of advertising in daily news paper shall not exceed one dollar per linear inch per insertion Fourth The advertisement re quired by this act shall at the option of the parties be done either in an American or Gorman newspaper Approved Mlarch 24 1002 SID a Reward 1100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least ono dreaded disease that sci allrits stages and that is Catarrh poeIitiveI fraternity Catarrh being acoujj stitutional disease requires a conIj stitutioiml treatment Halls Ca tarrh Cure taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system there by destroying the foundation of tho disease and giving tho patient strength by building up the con stitution nod assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer 100 for any case that it fails to euro Send for list of testimonials Address FJ CHENEY Co- r Toledo 0 Sold by druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best Preliminary Catalogue of Elks 1FairThe Lexington Elks Fair which indAugust should prove the exhibition of live stock over held outside of Chicago The classification and award list is announc ed in a preliminary catalogue now ready for distribution The amount oLUujireraium for each class has Iibeen increased over that of previous years and tho sum total of premiums runs well into the thous ands Secretary Frank P Kenney will send a preliminary catalogue on request t THE ENGINE PLOWED A FURROW And the Uifortniates Rolled Off the Structure to Death and la jury in Stoner CreekIA dispatch from der date of Juno 11th says This afternoon at 4 oclock an accident occurred at tho railroad bridge that spans Stoner creek in this city on the branch lino of the L and N railroad from here to Maysvillo that is considered ex tremely wonderful owing to tho small less of life and very few in juries Tho banks of the creek and tho bridge worn lined with peopls watching tho work of rescuers fish ing for tho body ofa negro boy who was drowned Sunday With out any warning until within a few feet of tho bridge and coming at the rate of 25 miles an hour I tho L and N pay train came dash ing on People on tho bridge rolled off from all points and many landed in the deep creek Persons on tho shore thought a least half of those on tho bridge had been killed but after the excitement quieted it was foundonly three were injured James Carter aged 14 colored was caught an the cowcatcher and thrown to tho honk below He was horribly mangled and cannot live Lizzie Johnson coloredwas cut across the thighs and badly bruised but will recover Marvin Collins a white boy aged 12 was injured about the shoulder and knocked from the bridge The affair caused the eyewitnesses to say many hard things about tho engineer who it iis charged exhibited groat earless nessTho train stopped about200yards from tho bridge but showed no signs of stopping until after tho bridge was passed A clear view of tho bridge could bo had about 300 yards away The train backed to the depot and then again pulled tolegramIthe arrest of Engineer Polk Mc- Kenna and a police officer went to Maysvillo this evening to bring him back Tho train pulledout of Maysville before the telegram apito this city He was placed under 1500 bond to appear for trial in default of which he was sent to jailwhile a substitute was placed in chargeof his engine IReady to Yield I used DeWitts With Hazel Salve for piles and found it a cer tain cure says S R Meredith Willow Grove Del Operations un necessary to cure piles They always yield to DeWitts Witch Ha zel Salve cures skin diseases all kinds of wounds Accept no coun terfeits You cannot buy standard pianos organs buggies sewing machines clocks watches and jewelry as cheap any where else as you can of me Come and see samples and you will bo convinced You do not have to risk your moneywith mail order houses tf J T GEVEDON TO TOE DEAF A sick lady cured of her deafness and noises in the head by Dr Nicholson Artificial Ear Drums gate 10000 to his Institute so that deaf people unable to procure the Ear Drums may have them free Address No 4486 The Nicholson Institute 780 Eighth Avenue NewYork 4lvW F BAKER BEPBE8EX- TIXGGUGGENHEIMERJCOlnc Leading Dry Goods Notions JO Hrs LYNCHBURG VA- t Headquarters Mt Sterling Ky- I will be on the road immediately with full line of sample Dry Goods Notions White Goods Pants Overalls and Mens Furnishings and request the trade to inspect my line before placing their orders 45ly Reduced to FIFTY CENTS A YEAR New Idea- Womans Magazine e besttFashion Magazine now blare the American public Itshows Ml1l1neqIn Readingbeautifully In black and white Above all it shows the very fashionable Nev IDEA STYLES made from New IDEA Pep 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or are our agent for terms prices samples tire E F CECIL HAZEL GREEN KY =WALTHAM WATCHES NEW ENGLAND WATCHES INGERSOLL WATCHES They range from size of a 20c piece to the size of a doorknob IOOTOIOOOO1 and upward WERE HEADQUARTERS FOR WATCHES F Ji HEINTZ JEWELER LEXINGTJON KY lWe do watch pairing also 0oeooeooe0oio 404C C 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 Fryes Eleaents of Geography 52 seats Fryes Complete Geography 1100 Cyr1 First Ruhr 23 cents Cyrs Second Reader 29 cents Cyrs Third Reader 40 cuts Cyr Forth Realer 48 cents Cyrs Fifth Reader 56 coats Childrens Primer 10 cuts Prince Arithmetic Grade I16 cents IA Arithmetic Grade in 16 cents I Arithmetic Grade 17 18 teats Tarhtlls Lessens la LaiiUHGrammar 48 coats Oar GoToramoat by lacy 10 cuts Chills Rook of Health 24 cents Oar ladles and How We Live Rlaldsoll I 52 cents- Roglnaers Americas History 48 cuts Loading Facts of American History 80c SPENCER COOPER DonsuDlution Dan Do GUIon Ageaily ai a common cold bv the FILI PINO REMEDY brought from the Philip pines by a soldier who served there for two years in the U totted two years before beingpaced on the market For proof and full particulars write to CAPT WILSON Culvert Texas Situations Secured fII dual rtuitiunreruaed Write at case lur carWtu DdIpcci31 l Qer Puslressasse I CollegcCIl o x v r 25000 IN 11000 CASHH PRIZES A GREAT PROFITSHARING t CONTEST First w Prize 10000 Second Prize 3000 ThirdII Prize 1000 Five Special Prizes of 1000 Each for Early Estimates 1 EVERY SUBSCRIBER TOE t THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD Will have an opportunity to share in these magnificent prizes if he wishes to participate in the Great Educational Contest in which these prizes are giveniThe subject matter of this great contest is the total vote cast for Governor in the i States of New York Pennsylvania and Michigan on the 4th day of November 1002 Every person interested in the science of Government should be interested in the election in these states An election in New York is always of national import and in point of political significance Pennsylvania is secondl in importance only to the great Key t Stone State while Michigan is rapidly becoming an important political factor in the sister I hood of states Much valuable information can be gained by a study of the political condi tions involved in the elections to be held in these three states veryscription to THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD will receive a certificate that will secure for him any prize which his estimate entitles him to claimaa LlIn addition to the certificate to each subscriber who remits 100 agents will be allowed one certificate for every two yearly subscriptions sent in either new ones or renewals When you send in your subscription also send your estimates of the total vote for Governor in the three states Vrite your name address anti estimate in the subscription blank below and mail to THE HAZEL CREEN HERALD The contest will close at midnight Nov 3 19031 and no estimate received after that hour will be allowed The official certificates of the Secretaries of the three States show ing the total vote for Governor will determine who are entitled to the prizes and the awards will be made by a disinterested committee of prominent juges just as soon as the official figures can be obtained 1 Here Is He List of PricesTHESE FIVE SPECIAL PRIZES WILL ALSO aE PAID For the nearest correct estimate received To the nearest correct estimator 1000000 August 1 1902 100000 To the second nearest correct estimator 300000 For the nearest correct estimate received on or To the third nearest correct estimator 100000after August 1 and before August 15 100000 To the fourth nearest correct estimator 50000For the nearest correct estimate received on or To the fifth nearest correct estimator 20000aritcr August 15 and before September 1 100000 To tha sixth nearest correct estimator 10000 For the nearest correct estimate received on or To the next 12 nearest correct estimator 1500 after Sept 1 and before hept 15 100000 each 18000 For the nearest correct estimate received on or To the next 27 nearest correct estimators 1010after Sept 15 and before Oct 1 100010 each 27000 To the next 950 nearest correct estimators 500 Total 1000 pries amounting to 2500000 each 475000 i B Tlu case ufj a tie or that two or more estimators are equally correct brizes will be dividca equally between 995 prizes amounting to 2000000 them I f VALUABLE INFORMATION To aid in forming your estimates we furnish the follow The t tal agg egate vote for Governor in these three ing data states in 1894 and 1898 the years in which all three states Pennsylvania elects a Governor only once in four yearselected iovernon at the same time was as follows Michigan elect a Governor every two years and since 1894 la 1 194 the aggregate vote for Governor in these three New York has elected a Governor every two years states wu 26456161 Total vote for Governor in New York in 1894 was 1165085III 1 98 the total aggregate vote for Governor In these II II 1895 2752091ttII II rt tt tttt 1898 1900II 15m50What will the total aggregate vote for Governor iin these Totalvote for Governor in Penn in 1886 was 919212three stites be on Novem er 4 1902 Figure it utor II II II 1890II 98196 guess at it and send in you estimate IT MAY MEAN II II 894II 953017 10000 IN CASH TO YOIJ1l II II II 1898 337809e official certificates of the secretaries of the states of Total vote for Governor in Michigan in 1800 was corn1394 416928 states II II 189C IIliI7802 termine who are entitled to the prizes and the awards will II II II 1 1900II 1898II 20G13214days after the official vote is knows CERTIFICATE OF BANK PRESIDENT I hereby certify that tho Press Publishing Association has deposited 25000 in the Central Sav ings Bank Detroit Mich for tho express purpose of paying tho prizes to those making the nearest cor rect estimates of tho Total Aggregate Vote cast for tho Office of Governor in tho States of New York Pennsylvania and Michigan on the 4th day of November 1002 and that this fund can bo used for no other purpose OO +SUBSCRIPTION BLANKS OOOO1 JJd residentInclQ8eBank R Name 040000000000 0 00 00 0 00000 0 0 DO I up 10 0 10 U 00000 II 1Postoffice County State 1Blank for ESTIMATES Estimates 25 Without CENTS SubscriptionII My Estimates of Vote for Governor in the three States are I 1 State i Estimates of Vote for Governor in Three States 11 iIy ireII Itlso0GO000o1010 Remember that the Capital Prize is 10000 and that there are Five Special Prizes of 1OOO each for Early EstimatesYSEND ALL ORDERS TO fUC1+ + H ERALDrGREEN KY a t r ref