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Digital page images are linked to the text file. lifcSS s t i iDt i o J 100tM- U1 Town ofUccrs j3p till camli Q si date or politic11 write upcF t acline V- S1 ir01iitiriis Tributes Ac Ire f l B rj- K 111fs Sj c7Cj 9 I Zu I THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD=O Established March 4 1885 Made Famous In the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell == 11 I SEVENTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULYS5 1902 NUMBER 50 I SIKNCKIt Owner COOInTh Oldestt Mostt PopularI t I I 1 t t t I fi t t YRfrance Ignhas been ntnr o of and has been rondo under his per t t InfancyAllOW butjt t ortT i lais CASTORIA Pnrcii F goric Drops Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substancv Its ago Is 1 its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhwa and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates timiStomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep i Friendta GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS j f rf Bears the Signature ofii nf L t Ors Orf s f The Kind You Have Always Bought t In Use For Over 30 Years 1 yHa CETU COliN fT tlUllIUY artTaw You CIT- f J 2 fH F PIER ATT H C QUICKSALL H Fl PIERATT fI ICO r DEALERS I- Merchandise1 t s Generol 4 Live Stock and Country Produce IF YOU WANT CHEAP GOODS COME I WITH THE CASH as that is the onlysafe j R reliable way to do business PLEASE DO NOT ASK FOR CREDIT Very respectfully J a Ha Fa PIERATT CO f I All parties now indobted to ino It 1i should call and sottlo or them will tfr IwA HOT TIME IN THE OLD TOWN TODAY ns I niu deter Cf mired to wind up nilmy outstand fI p Sf BiJf past patronage and moro for especi fA 1ffI remain respectfully i Irr H F PIERATT fCECIL BROS a 3 r tapIedaucgIfave Grocers the following goods jarJELLIE 25C TEACH LEAF LARD Iflc per pound SUGAR tic to flic per pound CADOVA COFFEE best in town 12Jc BONNIE tOLLED OATS lOc package SWEET POTATOES canned lrc 2 for 2rc i KRAIT 3 pound can lOc CORN lOc per can PEAS 2 cans 25c III HARNESS BRIDLES GRANITE WARE c Rc Everything first eless and fresh and YOU SAVE MONEY on everything you buy of us ltTHET CHICAGO POST THE i HOME PAPER Eierr FARMER should read dally The Chicago Post fury LIVE STOCK Shipper should read dally The Chicago Pest i ChicagoiPost ETery GRAIN Shipper should read daily The Chicago Post r THE GREAT MARKET NEWSPAPER r THE lEST IS IDlE TOO ROOD FOR YOU commiulonlrmnowadealerorpublisher of Delp AddreaaITHE CHICAGO POST Chicago 111 ThOFEVERY DESCRIPTION o NEATLY CHEAPLY AN- d D d S + PROMPTLY EXECUTED AT WS OFFICE AND SATISFACTION JDABANTEED IN ALL CASES Ws Jealous Wife h II il- UY EUGENE J lIAITjj J 0 II N married n beautiful j woman his j ncquamtIj ancos all Ioooo o Ho was a handsome follow himself and many I remarked what a magnificent cou ple they made whenever they ap j peared together Sho was tall darkeyed finely formed and posy I sessed a personality of the mostII fascinating and winsomocharacter I Her beauty was of that rare south ern typo that American poets have rhapsodized over and that overy I season attracts so much honest I admiration at our northern water placesHer j was singularlyI sweet and affectionate her temper j usually of the most amiable character I She adored John and he idolized her The marriage seem od in every respect a most fortun ate one and no one who saw them together in their honeymoon would ever have predicted that their mar riago could by any possibility be a failureJohn was my youngest brother j a manly noble looking young fellow with wavy brown hair ruddy cheeks strong limbs and in most respects a very perfect type ofa man I had always been very proud of him I was fond of his vife and was one of tho first to him his congratulate upon engage ment I was tho principal bridesmaid at his wedding and having played quite a prominent part in tho affair it is natural to suppose It felt a warm interest in their sub sequent conjugal career They wont to live in a bright and cozy little homo that John had previously bought and furn ished I was glad to BOO them begin life by keeping house for I have always thought it a very foolish thing for young married people to spend the best years of their mar ried life in a boarding house I remember the first time that I took tea with them in their new home How proud John was of the littlo decorations his wife had made with her own skillful hands with which to adorn the walls of their cheerful home Really as I looked about mo and caught the happy influence of tho peace and joy that pervaded tho place I al most regretted at that moment that I was an old maid At that time Johnwashead bookkeeper in a largo establishment and in a fair way to promotion Tho liberal salary he received en abled him to live comfortably al most luxuriously and to dress both himself and his wife well and during the season following their I marriage they went much in soci ety attracting no inconsiderable amount of attention and admira tionDuring tho first months of their marriage I thought her to bo with out a fault John wa graceful polito and a thorough gentleman ono whom tho ladies greatly ad mired ho was gallant in his de portmont generous to a fault and had such an unpretentious way of making other people feel at their ease in his presence that as might be expected he was the recipient of a great amount of attention from his fair friends and acquaint ancesAt first Agues did not seom to notice it her confidence in John was so complete that she would have trusted him anywhere but gradually as she discovered that his time and attention was largely monopolized by other women I thought I could detect a pained troubled expression on her beauti ful face Gradually she seemed to lose her accustomed gayety and would withdraw from the merry circle that surrounded her to some obscure corner of the room where from behind her fan she could closely regard tho gallantries of her husband One day I said to her that I believed she was jealous of John She laughed with an affectation of heartiness and said Kato how ridiculous 1 Dont ever hint such a thing to mo again Matters went along smoothly OLough in Johns house there soemod to be no interruption to their honeymoon yet Agnes ap peared in some way to have taken leave of her accustomed good spir its and went about the house with a thoughtful and serious look upon her face that puzzled me That she was brooding over something I did not doubt yet upon ques tioning her she invariably assured mo that she was perfectly happy and sometimes almost petulantly exclaimed that she wished I would never refer to the subject again One day John said to mo Kate what in the world has como over Agnes Do whatever I cart I cannot bring back her old time good nature Really she actsI in such a woe begone way that it depresses mo and makes me feel as if rather han stay at home and spend an evening with her I would prefer tog down town and have a good time with the boys The first year of their marriage went by heir life so far as Itt could learn had been w thout any open ruptu c in their p leasant do mestic ions I coi Id see that Agnes nliness increased in fact it relnl such an unpleasant effect me that it really male me comfortabl to be in her society There wjas never a more devoted husband than John or more conscientious honest man He used to come down to the old home once in a while to spend an evening with me and after the usual salutation ho would invari ably say Well Kate Agnes has one of her blue spells again- I determined to discover if it was a human possibility what the matter was Agnes was a highI strung proudspirited woman not a creature of tho clinging vine or der that a strongminded woman could twist around her finger or shape her opinions I loved them both darly and was greatly dis tressed at the coolness that I saw gradually springing up between them John was continually plan ning pleasant little surprises for her yet somehow she did not seem to appreciate them and knowing how sensitive ho was I realized how much this lack of appreciation upon her part hurt him One bright evening as I was sit ting by tho glowing grate in my cosy little corner I heard the sound of hurried footsteps coming down the veranda The door was rudely opened and to my astonishment first and then alarm John strode into tho apartment with a pallid lace and appearance greatly disor deredKateshe exclaimed before I could recover from my surprise shes gone 1 STOPS PAIN Athens Team Jan V 1961 Ever since the ant appearance ofrmenst they were vary Irregular hlpebackbearing down pains in the abdomen During the put month I have beea taking ire of Cardol and Thedford BlackDrauxbtandIpaseedtbemontbly in roars NAXHIB DAVIS What h life worth to a woman suffer Ing like Nannie Davis suffered Yet there are women U thousand el homes 1salty who are bearing those terriblel menstrual pain In silence II you arc MB el these we want to say that this seine WINECARDUI will bring you permanent relief Con sole yoursell with the knowledge Had 1000000 women have bees completely cured by Wine elt Cartful These wom en suffered from leucerrhoea IrrefvJar nenses headache backache and bearing down PIns Whte of Cardol will step all these aches Md pates for you Purchase a f109 kettle et Wine M1 Cardui today and take H fa the privacy el your home toms lave Adrhorr frr rtmm t iCIIXedIdM co Caaaaeoi o Mm Gone whos gone Agnes sho must be beside her selfFor Heavens sake what can this moon I Ho thrust a crumpled sheet of paper into my hands I smoothed it out upon my lap turned up the lamp that was dimly burning upon the table and read as follows Joilv When you read this I shall Ibe on my way to my fathers house conduct for the past year has caus ed me indiscrihablc anguish but never until tonight have I felt what it was to be intensely humiliated No explanation iis necessary You know your own heart and are responsible for your own actions You are not the only man who has led a double life nor I the only loyal wife who has been meanly and grossly deceived It iis needless for you to me for I will never return to your followI Your wronged wife AGNES I looked up at John I never saw a more genuine expression of distress upon a humans face John I said seriously I am your sister you have always given me your confidence You know you can trust me Is there any cause or reason for this Not the slightest he gasped I am not conscious of having committed one act that wouldnot boar tho strictest investigation I can form but one conclusion of Agnes extraordinary behavior and that is that sho must have taken leave of her senses I have noticed that she has seemed greatly de pressed and absentminded for a long time Come homo with me Kato and lot us talk this matter overI hurriedly put on my bonnet and cloak and taking Johns prof fered arm we walkoa back in the moonlight to his deserted home discussing the painful matter of Agues disappearance as we walked along the pathway Upon entering the housewe found everything in the most perfect or der appearances were that Agnes had deliberately planned this strange escapade and had not taken a hurried departure As I passed through the pleasant little sitting room I saw a torn scrap of paper lying upon tho floor in a corner of a bay window Being of an order ly turn of mind I naturally stooped and picked it up and was about to throw it in the stove when curiosity prompted me to glance mo mentarily at it I read as fol lows DKAU llERyI want you to keep the matter of which I spoke to you the other night very quiet Agnes might find it out and it would spoil everything I will come up and see Dolly some after noon if I can manage on the sly to getaway from my business if I should in the evening it might excite IIcome curiosity Take good care of Dolly till I come I will pay all the expenses JOHN DARLINGTON I turned suddenly about almost too indignant to speak John I said did you write this letter He took it from my handglanc od at it hurriedly and indiffer en remarkedWhy what of it What of it I exclaimed do you regard this as a trivial matter John you surpriso me I never would have boon guilty of such a silly indiscretionWhy do you mean said John with a look of astonish ment Why dont you see that it was a pleasant surprise I had planned for Agnes She has been wanting a pony and phaeton all summer and the other day I bought Harry Travers little mare Dolly at a bargain The carriage and harness are to be shipped from the city tomorrow I wanted to get them before I brought Dolly home and so wrote to Travers to keep Dolly a few days longer and I would pay him for the trouble I copied tho letter and sent tho copy to him throwing this note into the waste basket Was there any thing wrong in that Wrong said Ic wrong You t great stupid That is just what has made the trouble between Agnes and yourself The change that came over Johns face was remarkable The reaction from the excitement throughwhich he had passed made him almost I hysterical He sank back in his chair and laughed immoderately and it was some time before I could bring him to his senses Well there is littlo more to be snit except that tho next day John deputized me to bring back his truant wife I experienced no difficulty in finding her and when sh fully realized tho ridiculousness of the mistake she had made she laughed over it as heartily as John had I had no difficulty in persuading her to return with mo I telegraphed John that wo wore coming he met us at the depot with Dolly and the phaeton and 1 doubt if anybody over had a more delightful rido than we did as we drove back to Johns home That adventure quito cured Ag nes of her jealousy and whenever afterward John caught her with a faraway serious expression upon her face the mere mention of Dolf lys name would make hor laugh outright I Dark Hair Vigorforthough I am past eighty years of age yet I have not a gray hair in my head Geo Yellott Towson Md We mean all that rich dark color your hair used to have IF its gray now AyersHair stores color to gray hair Sometimes it makes the hair grow very heavy and long and it stops falling of the hair too JlHi bottle All dnrjlak If yoar druggist cannot supply yonj end ut one dollar and we will express you a bottle Be sure and eiTO the name ot your nearest express office Address J J Co AYEa CO Lowell MaM FBryan en Cleveland Hon W J Bryan referring to Clevelands speech before the Til don Club says He spoke of his retirement from political activity and said Perhaps there are those who would define my position as ono of banishment instead of retirement Against this I shall not enter a protest It is sufficient for me in either case that I have followed on tho matters of difference within our party the teachings and counsel of the great whose name party mony are tonight democralin confession of party therefore be have none to make nor do I crave political absolution Ho notonly boasted of his coarse but put the brand upon those who sat at meat with him Having as sorted that his democratic faith compelled him to leave the party or resulted in his banishment he deserted the banqueters as sharing in that faith Ulle is not only defiant but he insists that party success can only be secured by an open and avowed return to his ideas Harmony is to bo secured not by the suppre sion of differences but by the elimination of thoso who differ from him Electric Belt on rial- To introduce it and obtain agents tho undersigned firm will send a few of their Electric Bolts on trial on tho following terms 100 to bo paid in ten days if the Belt proves beneficial and the balance 200 to bo paid in sixty days if the Belt effects a cure These Belts are a positive cure for Rheuma tism Neuralgia Kidnoy trouble Stomach and Liver trouble Asthma etc Address at onco GERMAN ELECTRIC AGENCY tf P 0 Box 1 S74New York NY In loading their blunderbusses for Mr Cleveland the Bryan edi tors should bear in mind the fact that the gentlemans epidermis is well seasoned Washington Post You cannot buy standard pianos organs buggies sowing machines clocks watches and jewelry as cheap any where else as you can of me Come and see samples and you will be convinced You do not have to risk your money with mail order houses tf J T GEVKDOX It if laI SUBSCRIPTION RATES year in advnneeIOO iiOne months months 55 30 y J10 + Single copy + n The date after your name indicates time you are paid to You should time fis out and IchangetlI ce county and or to have your I yIi +COUNTY + DIRECTORY + HAZEL GREEN POLICE COURT JudgeJW N NICKKLL Deputy Marshall j BOARD OF TUSTEES W O MIZE Chairman CoupeJonx D DAVIS x Jonx M ROSE JOHN H RosE- n CIRCUIT COURT Third Monday in January Fourth Monday in April and Third Monday in SeptemberDAVID B REDWIXE Judge I CommonwealthsAttorneyJ C C HANKS Trustee Jury Fund t 0COUNTY COURT First Monday in each month J W CoNOLETOX County Judge W S TLTT ClerkiF sKSTAXPER Sheriff lJ1s1 Jo iN CREECH SurveyortCoronetJo SupL I t MAGISTRATES COURTS TIME OF HOLDING AND OFFICIALSi i if SHOCKEYMagi s court SECOND DIST CTJoliN D RossCJR Magistrate J S N NORMAN eon stab Court djiys First Thursday in February May August and November Magistra el Courtdays FebruaryMayt LEoaMag1 i MarchJun ERStalJThirdFriday I November BOLixMagistrate MarchJuneOLIVERMagistratttime for holding court Lexington and Eastern Railway a Time Table is Effect May 18 1902 EAST BOUND II No 2 STATIONS Daily ex I PY Sunday Lye A No4II Lexington 2 25 pm 7 Winchester 3 10 pm 8 LEJunan 3 22 pm 8 Clay City 3 DC pm 9 Stanton 4 06 pm 9 23 am NatBridge 4 35 pm 9 54 am Torrent 4 49 pm 10 08 am BetttjTe Jc 5 11 pm 10 29 am Jackson 6 15 pm III 30 am a WEST BOUND No1 No3II STATIONS Daily ex Sunray pmBeattyvepmTorrentpmNatpmStantonpmClaypmLEJuncn pmLexingtonI ManagerCHAST R MORGAN 8 P A 0 t K BUNCH Time Table fa Effect Jaiiary 1 1M2 EAST BOUND WEST ROUND f No 22 No 21 I Daily ex STATIONS Daily ix Sunday Sunday a m arr pmley 9 45 amJackaon 1 00 pm 9 40 am 0 K Junction 1 05 pm 8 45 am Wilhunt 1 55 pm 8 30 am lY10 pay7 45 amLee City 3 00 pm 7 35 am Helechawa 3 10 pm 7 00 am Cannel City 3 45 pm M 1 CONLEY SuperintendentF ROSE WHEELERr PRACTICALIBLACKSMITHS IIWACONM s HAZEL GREEN KT uIInvite the attention of the farmers of this TI cinity to their im proved facIlities for blacksmitblog and wagonmaking au well M repair work of all kinds A lull force of first class mechanics insures promptness in the execution ef all work entrusted to them and satisfac lion is guaranteed IIB all cases Buggy building std wagon raakbgare our specialties Your patronage k fee solicited aid will be duly ap reciatei BuMctfally cAOf WBDLEL- f aOc n Z J px iVt 4 THE HERALD j BitSPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY July 3 1902 +AnnounjemenTs + County Conventions at County Seats i July 19th 1902 District Convention at West Liberty Ky July 24th 190 OP IIOPKINSt i i j y j announced as a candidate for the democratic nomination for congress from the Tenth district subject to notion of thtj democratic party ofI SJUDGE AMOS DAVIS iis herewith anIl f iinuncctl as a candidate for the demo cratic nomination for congress from theIi Tenth district subject to action of t iei democratic party Ox the fourth age of our1 paperl today is an advertise I went that should interest tIll i men women and children nIlj l over the mountains of Easte1 fi Kentucky The proposition is as fair as it is simple at Il j r ono of our subscribers is ja- t as apt to capture the 10000 cash prize as any one else is simply a matter of close calculation About a year ago we published similar contest the states being Ohio Massachusetts and Iowa and l I j the total amount of cash disIj tributed being then 815000 as against 25000 to be distribI uted in the present contest i The capital prize was thenr 500and it was awarded toc i jVI G Terry Monroe Mich who held certificate No 70tH j and who guessed 1542581 as 1 the total vote cast for gover nor in the three states Xow a good many of our subscrib ers held certificates in thatIt contest but nut one of themI guessed the total vote wouldI be less than 1600000 Asiwas 1542581 according to the affidavits of the state seerstIt j Ties in those three states none j i of our subscribers guessedI1 within 57418 of the actuallI vote Every one of the prizes were awarded 1000IJI have at this office the namei postoilice address number of i certificate anti estimate madej by each of them not one beingi as high as 1544000 And itjj plainly shows that while o t people were content to guess t any old number there were 1000 at least who gave theII matter sufficiently close zC I preI00 r coatrl F and we hope in the end to record the fact that every one ii1 r got ftendona prize Give it at j viewij of getting the 10000 sill it is certainly good pay for a few hours work You can ge prize ifyou will study well thejj situation and that we beg youl j to do Begin today by reiuledI ing the ad and send in your I guess quick so as to get oneI f fofthe 1000 special prizes I SiIIi rya 1 ble for you to get 11000 I amIII KenIIa cashoutlay of 1 v Help us bring some of thisf money to Hazel Green DNE11FNrfEBr Sbenmakae h BACKACHE e j gr Bladderand Deaaegroet1 CURE t i ofd by IL F PierattttHazel Green Ky t A military banaotSQ pieces f been SterliFairI I rfJ1vatfltta one If I the best baHYe cou a xYII 4 1 Teethfti f Then the baby is most like I ly nervous and fretful and t doesnt gain in weight r jIB Scotts En islo f Is the best food and medicine f for teething babies They j Ir gain from the start 1 I5tnd for n free sample SCOTT J10WNE Chrnni S- Yor1to4i k 5X aad tt a all dngi aslaI I I e 1 The Sixth district primary wasjl j j held Saturday A nogro wife murderer was given Itthe loath penalty at Stanford I onT1IC union coal minors of Hop kins county fro again preparing to 2ake n domonstration IWm McCarty the Lexington wife murderer has been sentenced to hang on Friday Sept 5 There is every prospect of a pipe 1 lino being built groin the Rngland oill olThe storm of Saturday did very much damage to growing crops in many parts of Kentucky Stato Senator Geo W Ilickman jhas withdrawn from the congaes sional rare in tho Sixth district Col William II Stone of Madijl son county was drowned while ustrying cross u tilP Raglundtoil field has proved a profitable vonture tGooch defeated Nadaud in thoI Sixth district by 5000 majority ifor the democratic nomination for congress ITho republicans of Campbell aud jJJKenton counties have indorsed Wright of Newport for the court jof appeals kukluxIJemima Hull at Pineville was given l life sentenceWMerrit Hustely a blacksmith of Lawrenceville Grunt mdwas mortally 1 hyWtParnell Saturday Happy Jack Miller of Stan iford is dead He was a gallant ex confederate soldier and one time minister to the Falkland Islands Lon Newsou one of the kukl lband of Pineville who is charg with the murder of Jemima 1 iis on trial this weekto Bell circuit court GOtyears committed suicide at Win jChester Friday by shooting Bad health and financial ambarassnl cut are alleged causes Republican county conventions were held last Saturday in Judge Paynters appellate district and selected delegates to a convention to be held August 11 Sam Bryant one of the jCap1 turfmen in Ken f dead at Louisville He brought out Proctor Knbtt Spo kane and other good ones ICo1 Ripya prominent Lawrence distiller died at Phelphs Sanitarium at Battle Creek Mich He was 55 years of age and one ofr the best known men in the state Desha Breckinridge of the I ex ingtou Herald and W P Walton I rof the Lexington Democrat had nto ht Saturday morning as the re suIt of p newspaper controversy but no blood was shed reportt1 ad ng been foully murdered in a dive atI Carrsville sometime ago has turnI up alive and well to the great joy of two or three men who have jbeen languishing In jail as his as sailants and are now at liberty ISaves a Womans Life given up would have meant death for Mrs Lois Cragg jof Dorchester Mass For years she had endured untold misery from a severe lung trouble and obstinate cough Often she writes I could scarcely breathet and sometimes could not speak failedjery consumption was completely cured Sufferers from cpaglriij colds throat and lung trouble noetr this grand rams centd for it disappoints Cure is huaranteed and for sale by J T Hazel Green or S S Co IDaSons Campton Price oOc mid 100 Trial bottles free jS e F A HOPKINS Democratic Candidate for Cei grass Meets His Oppoieats at Frenchburg Hon F A Hopkins democratic candidate for congress spoke Frenchburg on Wednesday Juno 18 during circuit court to a large htie manly bearing ho made a deep and sting impression upon theirminds and left many friends to wish him success 1ire is a fine speaker uptodate current issues and tho equal of Ion man in tho district on tho stump or in tho forum Although his speech was strong and forci I IftIpublican party in favoring trusts monopolies con contration of wealth and of favor jitism to tho banking and moneyed powers as well as its unjustified and inhuman assaults upon a help I 1loss and unoffending people only crimp is their lovo of and deII step for liberty still it was so fair and free from abuse that the re publicans present could not take at anything ho said but were so impressed with his can dor and reasoning that many of them went away weaker in ther faith than they were before they 1 heard those plain and telling 1 truthsSuch speeches are calculated to do much good for the cause of do mocracy for they not only1 rengthen the convictions ot our own people but catch the ear au address the reason of many think ing republicans who desire fair play and honest government abhave been taught to believe that their party alone could promote this end but now begin to Peale that their idols can no longer I bpI i trusted for drunk upon their suc cess they no longer hood tho wel1 fare of any save those they look to to keep them in power by opening their cotters and pouring into laps of tho bosses the theIeII control corruption the elections funds to buy up andII Referring to the claim of Jud- hite I that it had always been the custom to endorse the work of 11J i ember elected to congress b edgiving him a second term ho ea the Judge was mistaken in this 11I He said that since this district was made in 1890 Mr Fitzpatick was tho only one who had ask for a second term and that Mr White was a candidate against uxhim powerttoI defeat him going so far as to com Malr Kinsolving whose joint forces wore led by Judge Beckuer who iwas a goldbug republican and the jjoint powers voted to unseat Fitz t patrickdj delegates without thoiI j t i conIsistencyclaiming that which he deniedII Fitzpatrick in 1808 Ho is making a house to house I canvass of the district visitijg thIhouses of the poor as well us the welltodo and studying the needs of all those whom ho will ropro spat and it is not strange to say from all over the district the word I I I comes that he is the choice of tin- people who intend to see that no combine shall control the convon tion and defeat him as in thisI oppori I This being the off year and there being no other officer to elect thet burden of the campaign will havet be borne by the candidates and for that reason the democrats should look well to their interests and see that they place their ban ner in the hands of one who is able and willing by an active aggres sivo canvass tocarry it to victory and fully hold up and increase our majority and thereby mako the election of our judges and state officers easier next year While on the other hand a slow dragging campaign will bo followed by a diminishing majority making fresh burdens for the party iin coming elections Nominate Mr Hopkins and it is all over but theI shouting for no republican in the j district will want tho nomination against him j as that one cannot j meet him on the stump or any where else and this pleasant au winning canvass ho is now making j will be followed up until the poll j i are closed in November and it j results will he counted in an in j creased majority for the democratic i party Winchester Demo l Strength Comes from well digested and tboitrachly asjj robealmllated food floods Sarsaparilla tones the dlKesUve uand thus bnllda up the downbells pr c tLittr BaIdstown OoEduoational 0011000 I I I oBARDSTOWN KYr Splendidly equipped Boarding School Full corps atof excellent teachers Up to date work done in Art1 Music Elocution Literary Academic and College Courses Normal Commercial slut Business Depart ments Confers the usual Literary Degrees Prices Moderate Opens Sept 8 1 1902 H Jf ORE 11lStEiLj VVCH is J J Itllmon ltuddnft1 I fiOflIlonn lli a tlhfi6 L I I 1RICHMOND KENTUCKY J W McGARVEY Jr President J Offers advantages no other school In Kentucky affords Situated in a i t J beautiful country Most scholarly faculty in the State Music depart I i4 ment unsurpassed Frequent illustrated lectures by the President on his travels in Europe and the Holy Land fcukuisa almost unknown Good I t tij table HTWrite for catalogcI v 2 2 = J JQ Q + QVC eveningeabout dark Miss Ada Cecil daugh ter of Mr and Mrs Oscar Cecil iin the 23rd year of her age She h tsuffered for years with hen trouble and it finally ended in death Rove James Littlo and Dr Center preached her funeral antII placerThursday LyonsafternoonINatures Cure for Constipation Dossj NOT GRIPS If you do not like it better than any laxative you have ever used your druggist will refund the money Good for children as well as jfrown peopled Sold by J C Stamper Grassy Cret j iAmong the school ads that n I now coming to TIIK HERALD i I e found the Bardstown Ca willII tioual College Bar stowu KIwhich is a high class educational i i racerimend But read the ad and write J Groan +rell president for terries etc 1H For 28c in stamps you can get a free trial of Wilsons Tobacco Cure Has cured thousands f30y Com CalvertIL80NII eThe police judge of Maysville mode two women who had been arrested for lighting kiss and- y make up in court Tho big som who weighed 200 kissed the little one who weighed 76 with Bu smacking of her lips as to startle1 the spectators edWhen you have head ache or bytj III P Pieratt Hazel Green tf There was a wreck on the 0 K at the mouth of Little Frozen icreek in which a pair of trucks was distroyed and a box car ders hiolished IThill OnlyIU2Se I during that time take sl scriptionsI I to TIlE HERALD and tho Journal twice a week for Old subscribers may take 11251 advantage of this offer by past inIextended cea losing game with us but if 250 or more will take advantage of it the fact that this sumtiilcome practically in a Jump will compensate us Tell your neighbors anda friends about illI When yon have head ache or- t neuralgia try Triphene Sold by jS S Combs Sons Campton a I H F Pieratt Hazel Green tf Liver Pills Thats what you ncedbsomething to cure d gobdigestion liver pills They cure con stipation and biliousness Gently laxative Attdrn b beaatUl1lbrownBUCKINGHAMS DYE w e 8rs etTlOloaurl01RaWawtM H 11 The Volcanoes I Deadly 0 rkue l From the Fall of Pompeii to the than of St Pierre MostSBy Prof Charles MorrIs LL D tensely Interesting book ever published Complete thrilling and accurate account of dDhow Martinique one of the most beautiful I inlands in the world was suddenly trans Bormed t 100Bo 118951Practically er theI havingProfBestlhor au l seleuti5cdJyaccurate 3 thosewhoOutfitworkThemoney CLARK A CO 1 222 s 4th Ie PJlllatfilphla s 3Io aa i W T CASKEY I KYtcandls- and I Country I ProduceII NOW ON HAS A LARGE well selected stock of Dry Goods Notions GENTS FURNISHING GOODS LADIES AND GENTS TIES READYMADE CLOTHING HATS AND CATS HOOTS AND tSHOES PATENT MEDICINES ekDRUGS OILS c Jkc theIu fact everything usually kept in a first clays general store Call rod lillyou BEmfDrCTOl I I H perfectly harmless vegoI RIs compound It posi i and permanently I- iE eliminates corpulency mtrsuperilous Jleah It iis a CURE ABSOLUTE and as harmless as fresh air 0IFREE TREATMENT i YouIIIl101111G G AddressChtOlDIUnofear T GINSENG CHEMICAL CO O 3701 SO JEFFERSON AYE 0ST LOUIS MO BEDTIJjCTOi ROBERT P RASH i The originator of LOW PRICES wholesale dealer in FLOUR SALT and solicits the patronage of the merchants of the mountains illIle also carries a complete line of General Jercnanaiseii ngOOlltI1j pronuGo Embracing everything usually found in urisfirstclass very best goods for the least money andMorgant learn his prices and suggests that it I I might pay come prepared to take home I load of goods which they will want to buy when they learn prices J FWill meet any legitimate competition Call on or write me before buy tug ROBT P KASII j ndDcCausey i Ky I i I iltt1tenf rtt ttdttiI WINCHESTER KYIII N H WIT EItSPOON President CashierePaid up Capital 10000000 000000b I Haudsomo deposit of 40421648 This Bank aoliciti c marhantsKentuckyand anheofkSSnoriffs SIe tar TXeSI By virtue ot taxes due the SberiflTof Wolfe for years I8OM901 I will on IOX dayellsbetween the hours of 9 oclock a m and 4 oclock p m at the court house door iin the town of Campton Ky expose to sale for cash in hand the following real estate or 10 much thereof as may be ncces nary to satisfy the taxes and costs towit District No GA tract of 125 acres HSJ aJjolllIngand costaF851- Dist No 3Tract of 100 acres listed ini TaxdDiet No 6Tract of 50 acres listed iin GE1767Ppl ATT COMBS SW C J TAYLOR DAYCAURIES IN STOCK A FULL LINE OF Ladies Dress Goods Gents Furnishings IStandardI Lamps and Queensware t Cutlery and Hardware Boots Shoes Hats Caps In fact everything usually found in firstclass store I flT V DAY MILLINERY CARRIES A COMPLETE LINE OF MILLINERY and NOTIONS LADIES FURNISHINGS 4 DRESS GOODS- TRIMMINGS c RIBBONS HOSE tx pc jCtVAnd sells everything so low that the poorest may buy 1 CLOTHING I j I have a nice lot of clothing which I intend f to close out and if you want a bargain in this ne do not fail to call at once a 1 lTjj IAlso I will sell you shoes at 100 that I have always sold at 125 and the same pro i portion clear through Remember this is for CASH ONLY ROSEiIfhe following nine lots will be sold at a low price for the cash In College Avenue I Address COURTNEY McGUIREClay A OUWANDRED MENS SECOND ANNUAL STREET FAIR CARNIVAL N- iMT STERLING KY oosic JULY 2126IDA I6iiiCl slll Ia IMAGNIFICENT FLORAL AND CIVIC PARADES High Class Attractions on Midway by 20 Will S Hecks flighty Midway Carnival Co 20 Music by Celebrated Concert Band of 20 Eminent Musicians in Daily Concert For information and catalogue addresskC F THOMAS Secretary lailroadssaIX11 t w I I k tllIlIlIIlImllllllmlltllllIImmnmllllminJnnnm I I ttd II MORNING HERALD 1 iIOf Lexington = IcstuckyII Jj II It bu the fullAMKOdntrdPruM D patchec 81pcclaICrrnIHl dt mcer I =wingthehlueGnuofull 1 Marketlt iartsaanratenndrelkow tumll1mow the oUIltld + llau nail iand prtlrg news n Sclely end Woruans 10l tit = great Interent sjeclat amides on carry tins tion of eneat IlItrl1lI 3= Its Editorial Pane is recognized as the best in the State = It now offer a MAP OK KENTUCKY the latest and best publlhcl Ic = every abscrlprwho pays six month ill advance = It b now giving with its Sunda they paper beautiful ritlr STAG B =w FA owr issued Lr the Burr McIntosh rthc= = U Now is tke time to Subscribe 3OO for Six Mouths Id = c xLEXINGTON PUBLISHING CO j fj- y I Postoffleo Box 356 tezlBstaa Ky j I =w Co 1 UaacxraauDOIYre tdent = DDILBnCEL almaStance- I UUUUllU HUUU1UllUU1UUUU1U1UUU lltili 1lC 1i Iti1y1 1 aAk Jt i II r ji4 Catarrhr arpnstltntionidisease 4 Rorfgtnstes In a scrruous condition or l blood and depends fin that condition causes IIlatlach and dllllllS5J jIr8Itnthe alortau tastes tilsluhs I tiersttnaft KrntantrItl Iy by the bl i1d tonic action of Hoods Sarsaparilla Thiicrcflt medicine hn wrought the most dertul cures of all dlMascs iKixmling tIIJ 1CJOful3 ortlie scPMTnl h311lII ppi 1I1LU are thr hrt i f jpHE HERALD f u FDrT daughter returned Tuesday from a visit to relatives and friends at West Liberty Johu Tom Govedon and wife vis ited their son Willio Ciovedon of West Liberty from Sunday until I Monday evening i Hon W 0 Mize accompanied by Judge Swango of Mt1 Sterling attended circuit court at West Liberty j Monday Born to tho wife of Bruce Stamper of the Chapel branch on Saturday night a girl Dr Center officiating FOR CATARRH of the nose stomach bower old more i s Sursapasi Jos A Roo on Monday traded iiI 1 a fiveyearold sorrel gelding to I 11for11 i l1ilpIi Itii Sherman Shackolford threo yearl j t 11rated11 i j wentMiss I Hazel Uin o ono of Days r boroschanningyoungladiesmndeffvery t call oil Saturday and renewed her ilI inscription This is a good oxIj t y ample for older ones 1 Y 7 Send 35c and get a free trial of Wilsons Morphine Cure tested for 14 years and always success t tH ful Send to Cone WILSON I f30y Calvert Texas i tI C D Arnett representing the grccery house of D A Letlingwell k Co Ashland was interviewing our merchants Tuesday scribed for THE HKKAII IIesubllpur man about town ifoald make this territory every 80 i days Miss Carrie hose who has been Ij j visiting her frienl Mrs Price Jewell nee Maggie Kash of JackI 4eon and other relatives and fronds j j 1 of that place since tho commence I jnent here returned home Saturday very much pleased with her Tsit I For onUpnUollII j alkyandchildnOaaitlaNlearaattutakeandperl TCilyEumleecuuJcrallcucumetaacea lrlcclx Sold by J C Stamper Grassy Creek Dr Ova Swango was hero this manyaIjj 1 of whom are glad toI i hangoutiil IIe iul But if ho has decided on a 11t11 glaceA I friend in noed is a friend in- ised j I was your friend when I ikt you have my goods on timeI Xo return that friendship byI fwing in and settling in some SI I must pay my debts and to gQfeo you must pay me- RespectfullyjT Mrs F N DAY Do not fail to read the adverr jiemeut of Madsou Institute for Young Ladies which is presided poet by our youug friend J W arvey jr It is said to be the- lHing school for young ladies iiii J ntncky und among other essen ibets boasts the most scholarly r KentuckytiSebron Lacy was accidentally 101 on Saturday evening last r Fjjw the Davis school houso en the 4Jteroad fork of Red river The fltticulars as reported are that r Ong Lacy was trying to wrest aY fwtol from the hands of Consta wo youngapps l r ranged40wuMcut out by somo doctor i itl yamo we did not learn I i a i da Keituckyg Greatest Fair MondayJuly SaturdayJulyof Elks will attempt to break all records at their fair The forty j acres of wood laud tho magnifi cent campus of old Central Uni jj RichIImOlHl11 splendid race track amphitheatre j conIIstructedI shun will bo used as Floral Hall for tho ladies department Dressjj lug rooms for Indies in dormitory j i Commanding views front tho colII logo buildings Tho Midway will ho the finest and cleanest ever exhibited in Kentucky j Somo special features are I raternal day ladies day gov rnors day floral parade crown dayLouisvillo A 700 Olds Automobile will bo f rallied July 10 Premiums for allI i kinds of stock farm produce and IIi domestic ware Large trotting and pacing purses and stakes handsome I premiums on saddle and har I ness horses etc And many novIJ elties that will make this memor I able exhibition It is not a street fair in any sense Admission 25c cents to all D R TKVIS Secy I Bright Boys Started in Business The publishers of the famous IIiII IIIg every postelj oflico in Kentucky and they desire capableilowing towns Leo City Daysboro II Stillwater Wolfe county Fro en Creek and Hampton Breathitt county Cannel City Caney May town Grassy Creek and Neola iuI Morgan county and in suchother towns as are not already supplied pleasIIant IIIII money ver is required Everything is- urnished free Stationery rub bet stamp selfinking pad adver Using matter sample copies etc Papers are shipped to be paid for at the std of each month Thoso not sold are not charged for Write to Grit Publishing Co Williams port Pa and mention TilE HAZEL I GKEEK HEKALD W sox i Democratic Mass Convention Pursuant to a call of the chairman I of the Tenthcongressional district the democrats of Wolfe county aro requested to meet in massconvention at the courthouse SaturdayIfor the purpose of selecting dele gates to attend tho district con vention at West Liberty Ky Thursday July 24 1902 for the purpose of selecting a democratic candidate for congress in the 10th I votedIt at Every democrat in the county is parIticipateI J F VAXSAXT Chirman Dont Fail to Try This Whenever an honest trial is given to Electric Bitters for any trouble it is recommended for a permanent euro will surely bo effected It never fails to tone the stomachreg ulato the kidnoys and bowols stim ulato tho liver invigorate the nerves and purify tho blood Its a wonderful tonic for rundown systems Electric Bitters positively cures kidney and liver llorvIousnesssleoplessness I neuralgia and xpels malaria Sat isfaction guaranteed by J Taylor Day Hazel Green and S S Combs t Sons Campton drug stores Only 50 cents Prof Wm H Cord principal of the Hazel Green Academy was in Jackson Tuesday en route to Lox ington In an interview with a Hustler writer ho said that tho school building at that place was under a fair way to completion and that it would be ready for use by tho opening of tho next term Prof Cord is one of the most earn est and enthusiastic school workers in Eastern Kentucky and has for tho past twelve years been an important educational factor iin the mountains Jackson Hustler CASTORIAor Infants and Children ifTfci KM YN Ilea Always Bekttt- IB the tveof t WkereTkeyWillTMcfc Sam Kash will teach the Amyx public school Miss Lula Taulbeo will teach the = Daysboro school Miss Nettie Wheeler will teach the Public Square public school Miss Nolda Davis a sister of our townsman John B Davis was awarded a firstclass certificate at tho Menefee examination and will IfIIf railroad i Leroy Boggs of our town will i this year teach the Canoy school in Morgan county and the mere j announcement is a sufficient guarantee that satisfaction will be rendered the partrons Ho taught the Consolation school near Hazel Green last year and many of the patrons said he had the best school ever taught in that district Joseph Taulbee who has just graduated from West Point miltt itary academy is visiting his grandfather Major Wm Taulbeo on tho State Road fork He isfnow a lieutenant in tho regular army though ho has not yet been assigned He wants to go in thec furloughIexpires may be ordered to a regiment of hisII choice IDr G M Center will preach at the church in Lee City on Sunday II- at 11 oclock to fill tho appoint ment of Bro Thompson J YouIhealer ointIt as good as Bucklers Arnica Salve tell him thirty years t marvelous cures of piles ofIIIIt1 boils corns felons ulcers cutsf scalds bruises and skin eruptions proves its tho best and cheapest t 25 cts at J Taylor Day Hazel 1 Green or S S Combs d Sons Campton drug stores t COUNTY NEWS NOTES I 01 aTo insure insertion ALL corres byMonday t that nearby on Monday morninII IIIiIII 1 will riot receive papers except for thee week they have news letters We are I dependent upon them for the news and when they fail to send iu their favorsl they put us to great inconveniencett IMORCAN COUNTY 1 WEST LIBERTY WISPS Dr J D Whiteakor of Caney was in our midst on Sunday last Miss Lizzie Henry of Hock Hill visited S W Cecil and family on Sunday last Miss Myrtlo Clayton of flora- head Ky who has been tho guest of Dr B F Carter for three weeks Saturdayi I Circuit court convened hero onII Monday Judge Kinner and comc monwenlth attorcey at their post 227 commonwealth cases set forII trial also quite a lot of civil casesc offISam Wilson of your town seems to be in tho swim and getting along finely with his work on the Now Morgan house Ho is at pros ent putting an oak finish on the interior of the hotel When finished it will be a thing altogether too lovely others aro waiting for himTho members of Highland LodgeI No 311 F and AM met at their lodge room in the court house St Johns day Juno 24th Tho Eastern Star degree was conferred on 50 or more ladies After which a grand ropast was spread by tho ladies of the order It was a gala day fov tho Masonic fraternity of this placeL J Craig of Portland Ind the pioneer oil man of Eastern Kentucky was here last week Mr Craig is president of the Pebble Land Oil and Gas Co who havo leased in the county 32000 acres of fine territory Mr Craig is highly elated over the prospects here and will commence operating- in this section on or about July 20th At Dr B F Cartors residence tho home of music and beauty was an entertainment worthy of notice Saturday evening Among tho most noted musicians and song birds we noticed the two reigning beauties Misses Leona B Carter and Boulah Thomas Miss Carter is the young lady who recently carried off the prize for being the most beautiful one iu this local ity July 1 NOSIJW a t lR CMrT014 COUfUffi BEN SEWELL EDITOU VOLUME I NUMBER 7 EDITORIAL EFFUSIONS I IT IB a woeful fact tho fools are 1 not all dead yet Far from it t Today in every part of the land there are certain brands of people feasting lavishly on rich cream of 1 doubledistilled ignorance They imagine it wisdom personified Itcis sickening and disgusting to witness the lack of business sense judgment and foresight withlgreat number of people This is an ago of fierce competition j it is an ago goldenbright with oppor tunities it is an age of push and goaheadednoss j it is an age of struggles and battles for financial fortunesan age in which thec1 wise sagacious and farsighted will achieve success if they but avail them solves of the opportunities Success does not and should not comp to the man who is too timid and cowardly to act favorably an- a i plain business matter that may tend immensely to his own finan advantage He is a crazy man who does not naturally desire to 1boho is a liar who says he has no desire so to booTho ambitious sensible business world has no place and has no use for fools lu natics and cranks who havo not judgment enough to embrace opportunities that would tell forJ their own interests There are lawyers in this country than those who have license to practice These unlicensed lawyers will toll the people that if they give an oilI lease on their land they had just well sell it outright and deed it away that it virtually amounts to such that companies are swind lers and robbers and are trying to steal from the people their lands Those who believe such sluff as that should be found guilty of lunacy in the first degree Those who believe it should bo sent tofthe poorhouso forthwith by some special act of a democratic legis lature those who believe it would not know a 10 bill from a 100 bill It is safe and wise for farm ra to give oil leases on their lands and give capitalists a chanco to develop a product for them that they cannot develop themselves From all information obtainable f companies will commence boreing 1 for oil in this county within a shortjtiino Those who givo leasestt stand a chanco to share in the fortunes that will be acquired intt oil Those who dont are in tho bandwagon to the poorhouso WakeJ 1 up ANOTHER Fourth of July tho sacred birthday of American indo pendencehas come and gone It unfolds one hundred and twenty six years of civil and religious liberty in American sovereignty that j has flourished to such a measure j as to astound and dazzle tho whole i civilized world The government I has been a glittering success in its every step of existence Its estab j hshment was purchased with milII lions of money and streams ofc bloodyea its very glory has been j dipped washed and sealed in thojj precious blood of American patriots Every star that studs the sky of tho republic was placed there with shot and shell From time to time some havo doubted I there being an element of stabili ty and permananco in American institutions Gradually however this doubt gave way to a strong belief that our institutions are founded on sound rockbottom basis of security Our dominion has expanded from sea to sea starI after star has been added to the splendid galaxy ofAmerican states gem after gem has been fixed in the jeweled crown of republican liberty and the magnificent torchlight of industrialcommercial and financial prosporty emblazon- every hilltop of the republic InI justice to our forefathers lot it said Twos they whose sturdy stalwart stroke Conquered the forests and awoke These realms of ours to art and trade The blighting hand of tyranny And soon the battles of the free Tress they who made the sages wise The sovereign states chose to devise A constitution strong and sure A glorious gladdening beacon light To guide the nations in the right LOCAL LACONICS Miss Tamer Talsou one of Camp tons handsome maids is on theI sick list Rev D E Bedinger expounded l the gospel at tho M E church t hero on Sunday last a11- iii I Circuit Clerk J P Vansant who has boon visiting relatives at PaxI ton 111 has returned home Joseph J Chambers of Still water whoso illness was reported last week is convalescent in fact has been turned over to the I cooksMrs I Louisa Hanks and Miss Dora Hanksformerlyof this place I but now of Olive Hill Ky are JIllandMrs T R Stricklett and Mrs j Charles Hammond of Vancoburg I I Ky havo boon visiting theirji daughter and slater respectively Mrs G B Stamper at this place j Barber Bob Carpenter has remodeled and enlarged his residence and is now ready to tako I i unto himself some fair and blushing maid or widow First comes propriIetorI Born on tho 29th to the wifo of Campbell a 12 pound boy Dr H H Stamper officiated InIt all probability the youngster will j bear tho name of Judge John Wotdoii Congleton Campbell I County Clerk Tutt reports tho following marriage license issued I 24 Clay Absher to Dinvey Hatton Juno 25 C W Buchanan to Lillie M Campbell j Juno 24 j I j Oliver Brewer to Huldy Miller I I EmIilyI Attorneys G B Stamper J C j Hurst C C Fulks arid Bonjj Sow oll were out last week securing I oil and gas leases They found a j majority of the farmers alive toI the importance of giving leases whichspeaks well as an evidence of their sound business judgment Hon F A Hopkins an aspirant I for tho democratic nomination for congress in tho Tenth was here j last Saturday night to hold a I ounselofwar with the boys in the trenches A good many of tho dame turned out to be charmed by Franks llattory Boys dont forgot I j that violin music is sweet I Dr J H Stamper reports thoIII following births On 2Gth born to the wife of A H Stamper- a boy weight 12 pounds On 27th to the wife of Peter D Noble of Calaboose a girlon the 28th tojj the wife of G W Buchanan of Stillwater a girl Tho doctor also reports the following on the sick list James Rose of Stillwater sou of David Rose j ill of re- mittent I fever j Daisey Byrd infant of A F Byrd and wife suffering I considerably from nervous attack John C Tolson the oftendejj j i feated candidate for matrimony last week killed a wildcat on his farm ono mile below town He is to ho congratulated that he did not emerge from the fight minus- a 25 suit of clothes Well old Drum and Fife came in for their I part of the honor in killing his catship Tolsonjshould tender the j t hide of this animal to S S Combs tho popular hotel man as an eviI deuce that there is no fiction in j I the writeup of this particularI wildcat story This shouldcause I cousin Sewell to be on his guard as a wildcat is liable to attack him any time There aro worse wildcat fighters than hOe x Ono day last week we saw in the yard of Aunt Dorcas Kash in the Flat woods this county the finest collection of flowers we have ever seen She has over 200 va rieties They are in rows squares triangles and circles in boxes buckets and climbing stringsi around the portico to the house Great artistic taste is displayed in the arrangement of tho flowers banksof blossoms whose frgrance at this season of tho year taxes the capacity of the olfactories to with stand so many different kinds of sweet odors Aunt Dorcas spends the greater portion of her time intending and cultivating them Need More Help Often the over taxed organs of digestion cry out for help by dys pepsias pains nausea dizziness a headaches livor complaints bowel disorders Such troubles call for prompt use of Dr Kings New Life Pills They are getle thorough and guaranteed to cure 25 cents atJ T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs do Sons Campton drug gists v 7 REAPrt Cleoriiig SoleiClothiqg s i WE ARE BADLY OVERSTOCKED WE DfCLOTHINGRe- arIDe of Manntactnrer CostatI New Goods Latest Styles Best Quality Here is a chance to get GOOD CLOTHING at cheap prices Mens AllWool Suits 499 r raMens AllWool Best Flannels 499 Mens All Wool Best Cassimere suits q bUU IThis is about the cost of the trimmingsii 500 MEN S LINEN SUITS Coat Pants and Vest at 125 Suit IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS LREAD THISa t BOYS SUITS BOYS SUITS BOYS SUITS I GOOD ALLWOOL ThreePiece Suits JH TQ I I LrDjWe can show you a better assortment than togetherWe who sell the celebrated Alfred Benjamin Co Clothing Louis Cus StrausPLEADING CLOTHIERS lEXINGTON KY4 WHEN BUYING WHISKEY FOR MThCfrLVEiOR TO BE USED is Ifc EVEiQEal whiskeyII You want good pure whiskeyand at times all need either to ward ott colds and pneumonia or to build up tho i system when from overwork or worry the vitality is below I palTe have good pure whiskeyt well distilled from choice grain well1 care fort 200 a25d21fiolCPE GALLON nut we pack your jug in a nice plain box for shipping s6 that no one can tell what you arc getting and send you a t nice etcped glass and corkscrew free Send us your order and let us prove that we mean what we say Remit by Post 6 Office Money order or registered letter to the HAGAN DISTILLING CO Lexington Ky b- CLARK 5 HOWARD CONTRACTORS AND BUILDBRS 206208 E Main LEXINGTON KY Honest material master mechan ics and consciencious calculations are their stock In trade Hence ItIis that satisfaction is I i Our Largest GustOtBIS 7 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 ever drank So will you if you give it a trial No beer ireceives better care in thoIIiIlfbrewing and the bottling 1 i BREWING COMPANYLEXINGTON s + ft f W R CRAWFORD CO Live Stock Commission Merchants FOR THE SALE OFtI Cattle Hogs Sheep Cincinnati Union Stock Y rds CINCINNATI 0 ALSOii Central Stock Yards LOUISVILLE 8Y IWe have an Eastern outlet for all deilnibll Mock at hlgkestjJisiee ComilpunwiU v I solicited AU correspondence cheerfully am w ij fV 1i w i ii it lc- a w 6 Some Coffees are Glazed with a cheap coating If glazing helps coffee f why arent the high priced Mochas and Java glazed als- oLion 1 Goffee is not glazed It is per fectly pure and has a delicious flavor on 0MI04 Ptlllmarw I lrs 1 aay and trrku r r Made a Preferred Creditor etA i j merchant about to fail invited his creditors to a dinner and I after seeing his condition securod I a years extension from all presis ent Ono of the number a relative waited until after the others had 4retired and then accosted the j debtor Of courso I promised with the rest to extend the time but you are going to make mo a pre forred creditor are you not liYes replied tho debtor Ill make you a preferred creditor Ill tell you now that you aro not going to i get anything tho rest wont find it out for a year Mr Clevelands nomination would have this advantage over tho nomination of any other reorgau izorhe would make tho demo crats preferred creditors and tell j them that they would not be ben efited by his administration- Mr Clevelands speech should bo read iu full It answers a use ful purpose j it outlines the plan of campaign decided upon by the plutocratic elements for which the reorganizes stand Tariff reform is to be made the chief iissue and tho non who voted for Mr Mc e Kinley the high priest of protec tion are to carry on a sham bat tie with their companions of 18961 while the financiers make tho dol lar redeemable in gold and fasten upon the country an asset curren cy and a branch bank system W J Bryan I Mother Always Keeps it Handy My mother suffered a long time from distressing pains and general ill health due primarily to indi gestion says L W Spalding Ve rona Mo Two years ago I got j her to try Kodol She grew at once and now at the age beUerI eats anything she wants remark ing that she fears no bad effects as sho has her bottle of Kqdol handy Dont waste time doctor causo1IfyouhealthsI the stomach and strengthens the body by digesting your food It iis natures own tonic 41Bryans Absence Accounted For The absence of W J Bryan fromI the democratic harmony dinner a- New t York is pretty well explained in a statement given out by Mr Bryan commenting on the dinner At tho outset Mr Bryan says there is no such thing as democratic har mony where former President r Cleveland is concerned He say The banquet given on the even ing of June 19 by theTilden Club of New York City was advertised as a harmony meeting but iit turnedout to be what might have boon expected of such a gathering j an ovation to the chief guest Ij Clevejlandj j as harmony between men like him and those who believe in demo cratic principles and he is frank enough to say so He spent no time looking for middle ground a upon which to gather together discordant elements He boldly called upon the members of the party to abandon their convictions and ac cept the construction which heI placedupon democratic principles He even taunted the party with being a sort of prodigal son and hjvited it to give up its diet of j husks and return to its fathers home I Vacation Days Vacation time is here and the children are fairly living out of doors There could be no health ier place for them You needonly to guard against the accidents in cidental to most onen air snorts i o remedy equals DeWitts Witch azel Salve for quickly stopping tin or removing danger of serious I insequences For cuts scalds id wounds Iused DnWitfa I Salvo for sores tII says L B Johnson I It is the best remedy j I eL Sure cure for j in diseases Beware te J j I I I i What a Stagnant Pool His administration instead of being a fountain of democracy sending forth pure and refreshingt streams became a stagnant pool from whose waters foul vapors I arose fr poisonous to those- wholingerednenrlIning his party he was offended by its effort to reform and gavo comfort to tho enemy Virginius killed his daughter to save her chastity Cleveland stab bed his party to prevent its return to the paths of virtue And now still gloating over his present crimes he invites the party to return to him and apologizo for tho contempt which it has express led for him Will itf Not until the principles of Jefferson are forgotten and the works of Jackson cease to inspire- If we are to have reorganization Cleveland himself should ac nominatioulij ment would be poetic justice to I him and retribution to those whose democratic consciences revolted against his undemocratic conduct Of course he would got no demo cratic votes but being closer to plutocracy than any republican likely to be nominated ho might divide the enemy and even demo I crate would have what little conso lation would come from receiving their disappointment in advance WeJ Bryon STATE OK OHIO CITY OK TOLEDO LUCAS COUNTY jjS3 Frank J Cheney makes oath that ho is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney it Co doing business in the City of Toledo county and i State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot he cured by I the use of Halls Catarrh cure j CmFYISworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of December A D 18SO 1 1A W GlEASON SEAL Note Public ills Cntarrh Cure is taken in ternally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonialsfree F J CHENEY Co- Toledo O Sold by druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best STILLWATER SPARKLES Joe Chambers is very ill with pneumonia fever Mollie B Barker of Rocky branch is visiting at W B Hoses l i Several of our young people at SuujdayMiss Addie Tolson of Camptonj t was visiting on Stillwater Sunday j Miss Mary E Taylor who ha been an invalid for some time iis very low i ripeIf them this season I Charlie Ross colored preached- at Landsaw Sunday Tho house was packed to its utmost capacity The JayBird Kelley Tobacco Company have got all their crop set and worked over They expect to reap a rich harvest this year IRe Madden preached very in teresting sermon at the Rebecca church Sunday There was n large crowd in attendance and good order prevailed l j June 25 PRESTO i I i Poisoning the System I It is through the bowels that the body is cleansed of impurities Constipation keeps these poisons in the system causing headache dullness and melancholia at first then unsightly eruptions and final remedyIeasy healthy action of tho bowels These little pills do not act vio lently but by strengthening the performtheirdistress It may require a littlei force to j I pry Mr Bryan loose from the notion that lie is the whole thing in tho democratic party but it will be forthcomingWashicgtonPost Acts Immediately Colds are sometimes more troub lesome in summer than in winter jxHrsroJujrd to keep from adding to them while cooling off after ex CureIcoughs colds croup throat and lung troubles Cook of the Brooklynought not lo be deprived of his just honors because ho bore on his ship the commander of the fleet during tho battle of Santiago Memphis Com mercialAppeal For Sale Ono Fay No S six roll S inch atI ting off saw Lexington Ky Wo have delivered the Cubans from Spanish oppression Our next task is to free them from the tyranny of King Henry Sugar BeetJ Oxnard Chicago Inter Ocean TO TilE IIKAF A sick lady cured of her deafness and noises in the head by Dr Nicholson Artificial Ear Drums gave 10000 to his Institute so that deaf 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hood of states Much valuable information can be gained by a studyof the political condi tions involved in the elections to be held in these three states CONDITIONS OF THIS CREAT CONTESTter Every subscriber who remits 100 time regular subscription price for a years sub scription to THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD will receive a certificate that will secure for him any prize which his estimate entitles him to claim CflFIn 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 i Governor in the three states Write your name address and estimate in timet subscription hl1Ilk i bcloti and mail to THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD f The contest will close at midnight Nov 3 1902 and no estimate received after that i1 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 wards will be matte by disinterested committee of 1prominent juges just as soon as the obtainednflib Here Is the List of Prizes To the nearest correct estimator 1000000 To the second nearest correct estimator 300000 To the third nearest correct estimator 100000 To the fourth nearest correct estimator 50000 To the fifth nearest correct estimator 200 00 To tha sixth nearest correct estimator 10000 To the next 12 nearest correct estimators 1500 each 180 00 To the next 27 nearest correct estimators 1010 each 27000 To the next 950 nearest correct estimators 500 each 475001 995 prizes amounting to 2000000 To aid in forming your estimates we furnish the following data Pennsylvania elects a Governor only once in four yearn Michigan elects a Governor every two years and since 1S91 New York has elected a Governor every two years Total vote for Governor in New York in 1894 was 1105085 II II II 1895II 1275671 II 898II 135111110 II II IIIIOO 1550520 Total vote for Governor in Penn in 1886 was 019212 II 1800 9281WG II ISHII 53017 II II II II 1898 971737 Total vote for Governor in Michigan in 1SOO was 397809 II II II 1S92 168037 II II I II 1394 109281 II II II II1H9G 547802 II II II II 1898 421I6tII II II 900II 543214 Inclosed find on Account Name v State My Vote the three States UH TO cJi 1 FIVE PRIZES BE PAID For the nearest correct estimate received before I 11902 100000 I For the nearest correct estimate received on or I 00000I1 on or arftor August and before September I 100000 For the nearest correct estimate received on or after Sept 1 and before Sept 100000 For the nearest correct estimate received on or after Sept and before Oct I 100000h JOOOrInI J correct prizes will be divides between I them VALUABLE INFORMATION The total vote for these three states 1SU4 and 1898 the years which all three states the same time as 1894 the vote for these three states was 646 61 1898 the total vote for these 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