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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a p J r i v r rJQi ADVERTISING RATES l Column i year vo o0- R li =u 1 year w Wlr W 1 kW1 Inches year 00Ie I Inch 1 year 7 00 = r innouneemeiits officers 101X1 County 30J State culls am on i e i or political writeups tHDistrictIIa Idates beucSe Obituaries a Tributes linv i jished same as locals 5c 1 x S i THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD= o =Established March 4 1885 Made Famous in Story of II Jonathan Continent Max ORell I SEVENTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 1902 NUMBER SlKNCKU YEAROxllerCOOIKU I I I I I I t I t I t t i Alway In Advance CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always BoughtI Bears the- Signatiure of In- Use i For Over Thirty Year- sCASIORIA H F PIE It ATT H C QUICKSALL s t r HeFs P1ERATTCODEALERS 3 1 General Morchund1 Live Stock and Country Produce TF YOV WANT CHEAP GOODS COME WITH THE CASH as that is the only safe and reliable way to do business r I PLEASE DO NOT ASK FOR CREDIT Very respectfully H F PIERATT CO k- Y Ps t IJ the and His by 10 r J ii1iJ ii1 ffmined to wind up all myoutstand ring business Thanking you for I past patronage and more esPeci- ally fif you will pay mo for myI 2 goods you have consumed 4- ft I remain respectfully G rataH F PIERATT B IiItI ID I J CECIL BROS t1 We Foncy Grocers i Have in Stock and Sell Low for CASH the following goods I n a jarJELLIES2Tc- L PEACH LEAF LARD 15c per pound K SUGAU Me to Ilc per pound CADOVA COFFEE best in town 12Jc packageS 25cIv CORN lOc per can a if PEAS 2 cans 25c i leHARNESS BRIDLES GRANITE WAItEc Rc Everything first V the and fresh and YOU SAVE MONEY on everything you buy of us T THE CHICAGO POST THE HOME PAPER Eury FARMER skill read dilljfte CWcago Post ETen LIVE STOCK SUHer stall red dolly TM Chicago Put Eurj PRODUCE Sfcipur staid read daily The Cklcap Post Eierj GRAIN Skipper staid read dally The CWcago Post THE GREAT MARKET NEWSPAPER THE ZEST IS MORE TOO ROOD FOa YOU Subscribe through your commlufam arm newodealer or pubnsber of epaAddOaper wntatnlag h1a adyrtUemeat Smpl eoptel lent tree on requsst THE CHICAGO POST III- VERY FSCRIPTIO N a crc0 4 H k4 NEATLY UtlEAPLY IA w g Il OFFICE AND SATISFAGTIO GUABATTIED IN ALL CASES aE ENOof magi I A Wo INI tionIYesI And you promise not to use my views in your behalf I promiso anything and every thing am perfectly disinterested and am seeking information only to benefit my fellowmen Really Such unselfishness is butIfor vengeance since your expori enco with the census man My armor of good nature is impenetrable tonight Your keen est shafts fail- Gracious 1 What did you have asiproceed my but say Fred are you going to interview any other girl on this question too Well you dont care if I do do you Oh no of course not still if you wore depending entirely upon mo you know I might try a little harder to give better ideas I yield as usual You can give me your very best thoughts Oh thanks First you know womens likes and dislikes change so with age and experience What period of life do you want Crib age sauceage manage or homo age Why not add rumage and dam age Just because I am talking about women and not men Now will you try to temper your sarcasm But to continue the first two ages are too youthful to be interesting to either of us Symptoms of the manage begin to show at very ten der ago in some How delightfully frank Youre sure you arent talking of an at tack of measles Dont bo impertinent Im tolling the truth In others the symptoms show more slowly BO that it almost seems as if they would never appear at all but the fatal age comes sooner or later And you are sure there are no exceptionsPerfectly Thank you for that much encouragement at least I dont understand Never mind now proceed for Im intonsely interested A girl just entering tho man ago period isnt so particular She jjudges by the outside covers If a man wears good clothes has a jaunty appearance can talk bright small talkyes sho is susceptible to good looks especially soft soulful brown eyes curly locks and nil that sort of thing He must dance divinely of course and her cup of happiness is filled to tho very brim if ho can quote tender lines of poetry Should all theso charms prove futile a cane and a pair of patent LathersI would certainly conquer Obi yes its rather fool ish but most of us unless very strong minded can look back to this sort of Beau Brnmmol hero There is one advantage of this age however it is usually brief YouI cant blame us much because you know it is only actual experience that teaches us to suspend judg ment of the fruit until wo have cut it to view the core It seems to mo this manage too is somewhat callow to be very interesting Lets go to tho nextI Oh not so fast dear sir The manage is a long long age Why in some cases it is tho only ageI no marriage or homoage you know but there are many differ ent stages Oh I see evolution Yes something like that If not evolution at least variety Pardon me for asking questions but can you tell mo why so many apparently nice girls seam to favor the blase reckless and oft times menTlof the world d Ive been expecting that Well you remember Eve Fairly well although I could scarcely bo classed as contempo rary I beg your pardon You remember the story I mean of the temptation and fallall caused stillIworldly man seems a sort of mystery to a girl with little or no ex porienco The hint of vice the suggostivo remonstrances of her friends all make her the more do termined to find out for herself She certainly does not like him because of his vices but her own discoveries are made so gradually that she fails to realize her danger until herconquest is complete and wo all know how hard it is to wean ourselves from any ono or anything ofwhich we have become fond even when we realize laity the ffrailties and worthlessness But often it is tho bright wide awake woman of the world who ffalls in love with this sort of man I hardly know how much you mean to convoy by the term this sort of man but I suppose you mean tho good fellow kind Ill ttell you women hate shamin rasa at least The man who makes a great pretense of goodness and perfection must naturally slip occasionally and so women turn tto the men who do not pretend to all the virtues on the moral calendar because they think they are more sincere of the two A sort of Soylla and Bharybdis admit Or in modern English Be ttween the devil and the deep deep sea How about men who compliment and Hatter Many women say they dont I like the trait I am sure it isnt very pleasant to listen to it unless iit is addressed to ones self But iif the truth were told most of itstj do like it just as we like pin and j cake even though we know it isnt good for us But thQ majority of women are too sensible to allow it ito take the place of the necessary bread and meat The more grace ful compliment is the unto ap jpreciated and it would improve imost American men to give a little j j more study to this art for it iis I jart to convince a plain girl that ishe is just as attractive as her beautiful sister or that the color j iof her eyes is that poetical violet imonopolized by heroines of novels though every one else calls the jplain blue or by a mere look or J jgesture convey the idea to some commonplace maid that she is th most charming of her sex It maybe J questionable art nevertheless However the man who has not made a study of Chesterfield and his class would best remain silent and listen attentively while hisI women friends tell him their con quests plans and compliments for women do appreciate a J listener when talking about them selves Is animal strength and vigor necessaryff Women like strength and health I j Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know ft How To rind Oat youfre It sediment or etrl fling indicates an dlI tion of the kl neys If It your linen It evidence of kt I ney trouble to frequent desire to i It or pals 1In j the back is also convincing proof that kidneys and bladder are out of orderWhat to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so SwampRootwish In curing rheumatism pain In the back kidneys liver bladder and every part InabilitytoI passingtwine orbeer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to up many times during the night Themild and extraordinary effect of SwaBpRoot Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its won derful cures of the most distressing case+ u need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists In50candl sizes You may have a samcla bottle of ths that discovery tells Iwonderfuf both sent free by null stal pass the the ICI in men of course but they like the latent subdued power best They like to know that a man has courage and force enough to thrash the rowdy if need be but they iwould despise the same man did I he crush or harm some one or some- thingI weaker than himself no mat- terI how lowlyI just because he had jtho necessary mental or physical powerAnd tho homeage I suppose thats tho age whoa women are ready to settle down for life and want a homo companion Yes a husband in other words so now for ideals where all rules so often fail Well I think ho should bo independent though not agressively so ho must not be small or mercenary cheerfulness iis a laudable trait trust and sym jpathy are certainly essentials un 1loss ho wishes his wife to dictate iin his business affairs he should allow her perfect freedom in house hold matters but those suggestions- are but general and somewhat vague for how can I judge of hea ven or hell having experienced neither I But Nell I am anxious to give inyouThanks which one I STATE OF OHIO CITY OK TOLEDO LUCAS COUNTY j 118- II Frank J Cheuoy nmkoa oath that jho is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney it Co doing business jin the City of Toledo county andII State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED noLLAits for each nail every case of I Catarrh that cannot be cured by jtho uso of Halls Catarrh cure I FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before mo and subscribed in my presence this GthI day of December A D183ltI l lA W GLEASON SEAL Noto Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in I ternally and acts directly on the Ij blood and mucous surfaces of thejj system Send for testimonials free FJ CHENEY CoEToledo OfSold by druggists 75c Halls I Fatally Pills are the best A Billion Dollar Congress Just before the senate adjourned finally July 1st Senator Allison + chairman of the committee on ap propriations submitted a state t ment showing the appropriations j for the session by bills as follows Agriculture 5208bI Army 91530136 195793m 1 District of Columbia 8647520 tIndiant 9143902f c25393381eMilitary Academy 262732 t Navy 78678903 Pensions 139842230- Poitoffice River and harboR exclusive of contracts authorized 20726442 I Sundry civil C0l 5359 Deficiencies 28e39911 Miscellaneous 2600000 Isthmian Canal 50130000 Permanent annual appropria dtiona 123921220 1 Grand total800193837The total last year was i303385- i5RepresentativeLivingstonGeor 1 girt the ranking democrat of the i appropriation committee sage that Ito the 800193837 given by Mr must bo added 295373 215 to include contracts author II ized to be entered into and which are in the value of promissoryI notes making a grand total of 1 I 050577052 appropriated i I Immediatelym troubd I winterog t to them while cooling off after ex ercise Ono Minute Cough Cure cures at once Absolutely safe Acts immediately sure euro for coughs colds croup throat and lung troubles t The secrotary of tho treasur will in a short time officially notify Gov Beckham that the Kentucky Civil war claim has passed the Re view Board says a Washington telegram to Adjt Gen Murray i Capt Calhoun is now at work upon the Spanish war claim which will1 be paid when admitted as a bill for an appropriation is not re quired upon this claim I THE HEBALD andMonthly World one dollar a year in advance it YourHair years ago my hair was ITwoout badly I purchased a Ayers Hair Vigor and soon my hair stopped coming out Miss Minnie Hoover Paris 111 Perhaps your mother had thin hair but that is no reason why you must go through life with half starved hair If you want long thick hair feed it with Ayers Hair Vigor and make it rich dark and heavy SII a WIle All tnuii yousendI expressyouof your AddressJI Capt Sorcho Breaks the Record The latest and greatst feat o Capt Sorcho the deep sea diver was accomplished at the Coliseum in Chicago December 24 1001 when ho remained under the water is diving suit for nine hours aud 12 seconds Tho longest any ma previously remained under water was a year ago when Capt Sorcho himself remained in the tank for 8I hours 40 minutes and 30 seconds This experience was enough to killt an 1 ordinary man when the great water pressure is considered but he was confident then that he could break his own record aud he did so by 20 minutes During his submersion he employed his tim in cleaning out tho tank playing with tho fish chasing a big sea turtle about and taking occasional1 naps on the bottom under ton feet of water He talked frequently over the telephone with those in the great hall and his attendants and despite the discomfort he suffered laughed and joked in a manner that was amazing For this unequaled feat he received 500 and magnificent medal proclaiming- him the champion deep see diver of tho world which without quos tion ho is At Mt Sterling Ky July 21 Electric Belt on Trial To introduce it andobtain agents the undersigned firm will send a few of their Electric Bolts on trial on tho following terms 100 to e paid iin ten days if the Belt proves beneficial and the balance 200 to bo paid ill sixty days if Bolt effectsa cure These Bolts n positive euro for Rheumatism Neuralgia Kidney trouble Stomach and Liver trouble Athii racesGERMAN ELECTRIC AGENCY i tf P O Box 1874NewYorkNY Worlds Fair Band Secured One secret of the excellence of Phinneys celebrated Worlds Fair Band of thirtytwo pieces which is to play at the Lexington Elks Fair August 11 to 16 inclusive lies in the fact that every member is an artist and many are capable of executing intricate solos and each member fully understands what is expected of them by theirjj loader in every point of phrasing and tone With n music library aggregatingseveralthousandpieces and experts employed in arranging now selections Mr Phinney is never at a loss to provide on short notice a unique and appropriate press n Concerts at the fair are to bo given night and day You cannot buy standard pianos organs haggles sewing machines clocks watches aud jewelry as cheap any whore elso as you can of me Como and see samples and you will be convinced You do not have to risk your money with housesytf J T GEVEDONJJ The Scott County Oil and Devel opmont Company which is boring I on the farm of T T Hodges near I Kinkeade station struck gas last I week at a depth ofn little over 300 feet with strong indications- of oil Vita Ore will relieve you of allt aches and pains Agents wanted Apply to or address with stamp Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky r r j Je 1 1 1l t bI SUBSCRIPTION RATESir k I 9oOneSix monthII 55 Three mouths 30 + Single copy 00 + you date 10 days are after before paid your to time name iis give poitoffice indicateaIIj IIThewhen changed renewing 8 should or be to letter or bank draftktI +COUNTY + DIRECTORY + i HAZEL GREEN POLICE COURTrJudgeJW N NICKELL Deputy Marshall BOARD OF TUSTEES y W 0 MIZE Chairman W H CORD JOHN D DAVIS JOHN M ROSE JOHN II ROSE n 0 CIRCUIT COURT FourthMondayinSeptember JudgeAthaAttorneyJ i C C HANKS Trustee Jury Fundd0COUNTY COURT First 3fonday in each month JudleWFRANK STAMPER Sheriff C C FULKB County Attorney JailerSSurveyorFRASK t J W TACLBEE County Suptt0COURTSfO1DIN0 AND OFFICIALS FIRST DISTRICT ELIAS SHOCKEY holdingcourt i courtSECOND ROSEJR + ConMainFebruarynTHIRD MagistrateConstableCourt f Februaryfay LEOGMngistrateCourt days First Friday in March June September and December CHAMBERSUnDAVIDBAKSThirdFridayNovember BGL1NeConstnbleCourtMarchJuneEIGHTH DISTRICTGEORGE OLIVES Magistrate No constable and no set time for holding court Lexington andd Eastern Railway Time Table IB Effect May 18 1902 EAST BOUND No2 No4 I STATIONS DailySuuJay I AMLyeLexington tWinchester 3 10 pm 8 25 am I LKJuucn 3 22 pm 8 37 am Clay City 3 50 pm 9 13 am Stanton 4 DC pm 9 23 am Nat Bridge 4 35 pm 9 54 am I Torrent 4 49 pm 10 08 Beattyve Jc 5 11 pm 10 29 amII i Jackson 6 15 pm 11 30 I WEST BOUND + No1 No3 STATIONS Dally ex Daily Sunday I Jackson 6 25 am 2 25 pm 3 a pmTVirrentI l pmNatBrIdgepmStantonI I l ImCIIYpmLJcEJnacmI pmWincheterpmLexingtonI YI1terCRAST R MORGAN S P A 10 ft K BRANCH Slate Table IB Effect Juiary I 1HX EAST BOUND WEST BOUND 1 No 22No21I Daily ex STATIONS Daily ex Sunday I Sunday a m arr p m ler 9 45 am Jackson 1 00 pm 9 40 am O tt K Junction 1 05 pm 8 45 am Wilhunt 1 55 pm 8 30 am Hampton 2 10 pm 7 45 am Lee City 3 00 pm 7 35 am 1lIelechwa 310 pm 7 00 am Cannel City 3 45 pm M L CONLEY Superintendent ROSE WHEELER PRACTICAL BLACKSMITHS AND J WACONMAKER ff It HAZEL GREEN IT io VInYito the attention of the farmersf of this vicinity to their IimH p roved faciliUlS for blacksmithing and wagonmaking aa well as repair work of all kinds A full force of first class mechanics insures promptness in the execution all work entrusted to them sand satisfac tion is guaranteed In all cases Buggy building and wagon mall gare oar specialties Your patroUii1Ji e specUallsoli cited sad will S5Wyp Predac 11tC tf1111ruIf J ifT THE HERALD e n SPENCER COOPER Editor d HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY July 10 H102 tI + llllOUllczemellT + County Conventions at County Seats on July 19th 1902 District Convention at West Liberty Ky July 24th 1902 BOX F A HOPKINS HOPKINS 1of Floyd county iis hereby announced as a candidate for the democratic nomination for congress from the Tenth district subject to action of the partynounced as a candidate for the democratic nomination for congress from the Tenth district subject to action of the democratic party WITH tho next issue TILE lIra AID will havo rounded out seven teen years of faithful service to the people who have helped to support it and we are glad to record the fact that many who embarked up on our maiden voyage still have their names upon our manifest Some have taken passage for only a yearly cruise and liked the ser vice so well that they have con tinued with us for years and are still with us Others have cruised for one two and three years and then had to forego the pleasuro on account of financial disability others have enjoyed the bst fare we could furnish for different pe riods and then sneaked down the gang plank without paying and they are now or ought to be in h Through the acts of the lat ter class and for other reasons mainly because the passenger list has never been large enough the fare has never been as good as we would otherwise make it Then too tho freight shipments have been light for the past few years especially from merchants at a distance Such firms us Louis d Gus Straus Fred Heintz Hagau Distilling Co and the Lexington Brewery tho first two named be ing old and well satisfied patrons have consigned good cargoes and their traffic is appreciated as is all tho freight consigned But we need a larger list of both pas sengers and freght patrons and if our friends everywhere will help us to the desired business we will show them the cleanest and the prettiest craft on our eighteenth annual vovage that ever sailed the Kentucky sea of journalism The Exodus Begun Congress adjourned last week iiCd the exodus of the officials and members has already begun says a dispatch from Y4hi gtpnjiijdeE date of the 2nd inst With the adjournment of congress the mem bers of that body cabiLet officers and high officials together with the foreign diplomats are getting out of Washington as fast as their t permittexpected to spend what spare time he has before departing on his f Oystorf toff rirlshingtonr and Mrs Hay anticipate r a quiet summer at their Lake Sunepee home whore Mr and Mrs Payne Whitney will join them in August The young couple will be much interested the coming year in the erection of their future home in New York city tho site having been secured in tho early greatAwealthnnd youngfhe returns from his honeymoon ravelsE andrr the summer and perhaps till late fall Mrs and Miss Kuox may also 4 take a short European trip The- family of the secretary of the treasury look forward to a pleas ThompsoncLakeOwilko alsoPostmaster andMrshero late so will Secretary utitluise Wilii- eon 1Ril NowIportion of his summer thero He has a number of important matters in connection with the irriga tion and indium llegislation passed by tilt congress that will compel him to remain in Washington forI some timo Mrs George B yon hits taken her young family to- jllempsteadr I L I whero sho has a cottage for the summer x Tho foreigners are widely scntIj tored as usual tho French GerIj man and Mexican ambassadors bo ing off for their respective conn tries and the Italian and Russian ambassadors aro preparing to en joy tho gayeties Manchester and Bar Harbor for tho summer Many of tho members of tho staffs of the European embassies and the legation have crossed the ocean while AusItrianfrom at Bar Mrs David HarborIily are at Dr Hillwill join them later whereII i Saves a Womans Life To j have given up would have meant death for Mrs Lois Cragg of Dorchester Mass For years I she had endured untold misery from a severe lung trouble and obstinate cough Often she writes I could scarcely breathe and sometimes could not speak All doctors and remedies failed till I used Dr Kings New Discov ery for consumption hud was com pletely cured Sufferers from coughs colds throat and lung remedyfor i guaranteed and for sale by J T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs it Sons Campton Price 50c and 100 Trial bottles freeIA Hard Worker- C E Lyddane editor of the guestidrinking Swango water for his health This is the first time lr1 Lyddaue has had tho harness off oxcep1tiona racing colt just after his first canter To look after the interests of a paper like the Democrat In week is a mission of greater twiceI j nitude than any one outside the sanctum can conceive and the readers of that most excellent journal will agree with us that Mr Lyddane has twice a week present Jed them with a literary repast quite satisfying for several years Provision in that line as in the affairs of ordinary housekeeping are frequently very scarce but not- withstandingj the Lyddane larder has always kept on hand a supply i sufficient for the demands upon it and beside the substantial fre quently treats to a dessert that is j delightful So long as Charley Lyddane is the chef in charge the people of Clark will not suffer from lack of newspaper nourish meat and the quality will bo as goodas the country affords The Kidneys and tho Skin liIrilla khlneylMdpurifying the blood it makes good health I I IBill Green of Lexington assist ed by Taylor Whaley of this place has about completed the laying of the floor in the academy building and plasterers were expected to be gin their work on Tuesday or Wednesday of this week If they have not done so they will have begun before another paper is pub lished from this office Lator They went to work Tuesday with a force of three and helpers Keep It in Your Home And when the bowels fail to net properly take a dose of LVONS LAXATIVE SYRUP It acts gently but effectually on the kidneys liver and bowels will keep your system in good working order and Hake your complexion clear Sold by J C Stamper Grassy Creek There is a probability that tho now academy building will be lighted by electricity Indeed this is assured if sufficient of the citi zens of the town will use in their business houses or dwellings so that the cost may be equitably di vided f3 DONT WARTs If you knew how SCOWS Pi EMULSION would build you up increase your weight strengthen your weak throat I and lun d put you in con dition for next winter you fSendSCOTT ABOWNfej Chemists 4i 4C9 see lSanddfrcosall drne25 York E PROGRAMME Of the Wolfe County Teachers Institute Held at Camptoi Ky July 2125 1902 Monday morningOpening and OrganizationMonday S c h 0011 Management James Drake and Nettie Wheeler Spoiling How to teach it How teach diacritical marks Spelling Bee II E Onoy Tuesday Morning II o a dini g Thought Method and sentence Method Alonzo C Jones The use of objects in teaching How to securo natural reading Rufus Taulboo Arithmetic A r i th in o tici by grades Lillio Rose and J H DunnMensuration Jas R Wells Fractions Win Quicksall Grammar Technical Grammar and Syntax Eli Knelt Grammar as a judgment study and analysis Rosco Wells Diagrams and parsing and pure English Stella Hurst and Hilt Dean Tuesday Afternoon Phisiology and Hygine Oral lessons Joel CoxText book Frank Horton Hygienic laws Raleigh Bailoy Composition In connectioni with all written work William TerrillOutline course for each grade Prof G A Clarke- Wednesday Morning Reading Length of lesson and prepara tion Lula Taulbee Preparation of teacher use of pictures and supplementary read ingrnyne Bryant Reading as a moans of discipline Clay Oliver- Arithmetic Dry measure and liquidmeasure a specie of cubic measure Sam Kash Psycological value Williei i Nash Child study The timid child the dull child tho overbright child BJNoble How overcome defects of im proper homo training Callio TuttValue of souse training Al ma Swango Wedesday Afternoon Writing When use ink and pen what hour is best for practice Callo way Sebastian Relative merits of vertical and slant writing S G Sample Geography Relation to civil government and to history Kelley KashNature study aa a basis Bruce RoseOral und textbooks Sallie TuttThursday Morning Rending How the faculties intellect feeling andwillmay be developed by reading IL E Oney and Prof G A Clarke Value of discussion in class home reading ethics of tho les sou S G Sample and Catherine Hortou IxaaglHlge lreasons When begin as a recitation how long con tinue J II Dunn Oral and written work Nora CrueyHistory What is it value of biography how divine into pe riods Lula Taulbee and Nora CrueyHow appeal to feelings and will through history Willie Quick sail Current history Estella Clarke and Alma Swango Thursday AfternoonS h 0 0 I management Interest attention memory Fred Quillau and Martha Sewell Value of imagination as a fac tor in character building Prof G A Clarke Educational value of manual training Dewitt Taylor geographySl1rah Text book Nancy Sewell and William Terrell go11odeli Bucket James Drake Grammar How study a sen tence Eli Kash and Nettio Wheeler j Civil government Humanrights as a basis for study Wil lie Quicksall Design of tho study methods of teaching Sam Kash and Lillie RoseOral work and snoot government Rufus Taulbeo and Kolloy KashAll teachers aro required to make special preparation on topics as signed them in this program If they prefer theymaywrito a paper on the topic All other teachers who aro in attendance will bo required to discuss any or all topics in the programJ SuptW3I b 1i JJProfit Sharing T nazi EnQuirer nets aelde 97OOO intelli To be distributed to such of its readers who care to engage in an lectual anjl profitable study A contest that will familiarize them of the State of Ohiopopulatio voting pow Fr and government ITheProblem is I iWhat will be the Total vote in Ohio for Secretary of State at the general State election to be held on Tuesday November 4 1902 12000 will be presented to one making the nearest correct estimate 12000 additional if an exact correct estimate is made makinga total of 24000 for a correct estimate I An additional sum of 10000 will be given by the Daily Enquirer forI an exact correct estimate if received on or before July 31 1902 provided Isuch estimate is made by a monthly subscriber to the Daily Enquirer a of making suchestimate There are 4187 cash prizes in all several cf which equal a lifetime I competence 100 for a years subscription to the Weekly Enquirer entitles sub scriber to one estimate 150 for a monthly subscription to Daily Enquirer entitles subscribe to one estimate 50 cents without any subscription privilege entitles subscribers to additional estimates at rate of 500 for each estimate Do not make any estimate until you thoroughly understand this ProfitSharing Plan ot the Cincinnati Enquirer All estimates must be made on blanks prepared for the purpose and in conformity with rules and regulations made and provided Send for circulars blanks etc to I ENQUIRER PROFITSHARING BUREAU Box 716 Cincinnati O Hes a Tack Driver Bud Gaines a young colored plasterer now working on the now academy building comes as near being a living exponent of the phrase Ho is a tack driver as any man ever seen by our man about town Ho is a son of Nathan Gaines who has the con tract for doing tho plastering and ho is certainly quite expert in nailing on laths seemingly driv ing nails as fast as a man can count Several ofour citizens visiting tho building this week had their attention called to his workI der and looked upon him with won I tttKOtlUlUamKIDNEY ors BACKACHE CUREUrinarywet1 Sold by H F lieratt Hazel Green Ky Funeralof WCPerkins Deceased The funeral of W C Perkins who died on the 5th day of August last will bo preached at the resi deuce on Lacy creek by Dr Marion Center on tho fourth Sunday in August coming As Mr Perkins had a host of warm friends in lifo and a largo lino of relatives among whom many in Magofliu as well as tWolfe county it is thought there will be present a vast assem blago to hear this tribute to his memory Ho was a man who had a smilo for all and his kindly countenance still shines forth in tho hearts of all who knew him well How then must it be with those who knew him intimately well Lovo must bo their feeling and this will bg doubtless demon strated on tho occasion referred to For 28c in stamps you can got a free trial of Wilsons Tobacco Cure Has cured thousands CORP WITSOV f30y Calvert Texas The trustees of this school dis trict on Saturday contracted with Willie Quicksall to teach the public school and it is hoped the pa trons of tho district will take more interest than they have for the past fow years and send their chil dren Mr Quicksall comes highly recommended and if encouraged by a good attendance will doubt less givo us a good school He will open for books on Monday Oscar Cecil informs us thai his littlo daughter Nannie who was taken suddenly very dangerously ill the latter part of last week and who has indeed been prostrated sinco tho death of her sister Miss Ada is now considerably bettor and tho hope is entertained that sho will soon bo in perfect health again Subscribe for THE HEKAID and get a guess and try your luck in the 25000 contest You might be tho lucky one Sick HeadacheF- ood doesnt digest well Appetite poor Bowels constipated Tongue coated Its your liver I Ayers Pills are liver pills they cure dys pepsia biliousness 25c All drufzlit handfulbroBUCKINGHAMS DYEtqf1rs M CTI 00 II P MU aCo NAMM Man a When you have head ache or I neuralgia try Triphone Sold by SS Combs it Sons Campton nod H F Pioratt Hazol Green tf I I wu eriI I iI General CiKFKX GASKEY Merchandise- and KY I HAS NOW Country ON HAND Produce A LA1K5E well selected tock of IDry Goods Notions SEXTS FUHNJSHING GOODS LADIES AND GENTS TIES HEADYMADE CLOTH ING HATS AND CATS 1JMOTS AND HHOEs j PATENT MEDICINES DRUGS OILS fui Cc ttiIn fact everything tisnnllr kept inn first class general store Call and ex niiiinc his stuck and hear his prices He will treat you nicely I IDEDiiTOt II perfectly harmless veg RIs tivelyandperrnanentlyeliminates compound It posi 1 R E supertlous CURE flesh ABSOLUTE It iis a andEE and as harmless as fresh air D Thousands of patients have Dused this treatment Phy sicians endorse it Write to us for snmJlloIU FREE TREATrENTI loslajeG G can make Keducto at IT it you desire you homeTfear of evil effects IIOtI ltID1CTO ROBERT P RASH Tho originator of LOW PRICES is wholesale dealer in FLOUR SALT and solicits tho patronage of tho merchants of the mountains lie also carries a complete line of oanaraI IllOIoQanGiSo ligGountrg ProaUOO Embracing everything usually found in a firatclai country store and the pur chaser may rely always upon getting the moneylieand Morgan to call and see his goods andII learn his prices and suggests might pay come prepared to take home a load of goods which they will want to pricesIP legitimate competition buyingMcCausey K- y1illdL1Lrnh1jt WINCHESTER KY N II WITHERSPOON President K D HUNTEItCashier Paid up Capital 10000000 Surplus 2000000 Handsome deposit of 40421648 This Bank solicits the accounts of met chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and offers its customers every facility and ojJeiitimatePAPKIIS Clean and Oleo for saleOLD this office at 20 cent per 100 4- Tr J TAytQR DAY1 ICARRIES IN STOCK A FlLL LINE OF Ladies Dress Groolds Gents Furnis ings Ladies Standard and Groceries Ge tsIShoesII Lamps and Qu en ware Cutlery and H rdyvare j Boots Shoes Hats Caps In fact eyeryth ng suaiy found in firstclass sto e THEE hAY ILLINERY r CARRIES A iOMPLETK LINT O- FNOTIONSMILLINERY knd LADIES FURNISHINGS DRESS GdODS- TRIMMI1IGS c z I f RIBBONS HOSE C- lfAnd I sells everything so low that tho lpoorest may buy + i CLOTHOtr L t intendJJ I have a nice lot of clothing which I f to close out and if you want a bargain in this it line do not fail to call at once 1 i C SiI Also I will sell you shoes at 100 that It have always sold at 125 and the same proportion I clear through y I Remember this is for CASH ONLY j J 1VI JROSEQTHE PEOPLES FRIEND Tho following nine lots will be sold at a low price for j the cash s Avenuei 1 Address COURTNEY McGUIRE Clay City A 0 U W AND RED MENS SECOdD ANNUAL STREET FAIR CARNIM MIDWAY MT STERLING KY IiT1CIOMSJI ULY2126 I DAVSIIi MAGNIFICENT FLORAL AND CIVIC PARADES High Class Attractions on Midway by j 1120 Will S Hecks Mighty Midway Carnival Co 20 Music by Celebrated Concert Band of 20 IEminent Musicians in Dailv Concert For information and catalogue address C F THOMAS Secretary Excursion Rates on all Ihilroallswa BarastowQ GoEaucationaI College BARDSTOWN KYrrrtta Splendidly equipped Boarding School Pull corps of excellent teachers Uptodate work done in Art1 CollegeCoursesments Confers the usual Literary Degrees Prices Moderate Opens Sept 8 1902 M jr dxtEsa 1 ELLJ 1icS i iei lttHfi01t tt tihtf formaung 4 lttlienII RICHMOND KENTUCKY J W McGARVEY Jr President I Offers advantages no other school in Kentucky affords Situated in a i departiIHoly almost unknown I table STWrite for catalog hecC BOCQCCC ccc acrt = GG8CQO ccJ x 2 jF there Debility Is that fwIlnS ot s a burden tli Itself hard i to bear what lilr Is wi the ebb and IIIIGeneralar tur aparilla tnndtfunettoua and and tone is fur nil rundown or I eolai n r cr b- I e oW Coil on Monday sold to Frost Wood a twoyearold mare mulo for PO cash in hand ExJuilgo Taylor Center of Still water was in town Wednesday anti paid thS ollicoa pleasant business visit TnE HEKALD and TwicoaWeok CourierJournal is only 125 fort ISmonths with Weekly Enquiror for same time 1I5 And now is the time to subscribe tf Married at tho residence of Pres Gilley ou the Johnny Kash farm on Thursday July 3 Jeff Cox and WellsiolliciatingA oozing scaling Salt i ITCHINGiit cured by Hoods Snrsa e psrl1nthe great unequalled remedy tt tar every kiwi of SKIN DISEASE Our man about town was on i Tuesday introduced to Mr Mays who is doing tho plumbing on the academy building necessary to the r introduction electricity for illumination 1Al Howard the junior member f of Clark Howard is here this week superintonding work upon the academy and incidentally tryj jug the virtue of Swungo water aa l a panacea for stomach troubles R When you have head ache orr neuralgia try Tnphene Sold by t S S Combs it Sons Campton and I HF Pieratt Hazel Green tf f Killis Puckett a well known I character of this community now i lies critically ill consumption ett his home at tho old Gibbs place jf and is an object upon whichour j Christian and charitable citizens f should bestow their bounty 7ttI Aunt Darcus Kash of the Flat I Woods neighborhood was in our I town awhile on Saturday the guest of W T Caskey and wife She f v was on route to visit her son F Squire Kash zing is of tho firm of 1 f Kash Hollon merchants at Xe r ole For ConKtlpntlon l SU e Ljoni Laxative Syrup U you dont liki It belter than any Laxntlvo you have ever UMtl JCur druggist will refund the money Price Sic e Sold by J C Stamper Grassy Creek 3 i Edward Goro and niece Missj Eva of Carlisle C E Lyddane- of Winchester Mrs J R Bascom rytad grandaughter Miss Colgate I Mrs Mary Judy and baby and1 Mrs J W Shankland all of Shapff- I t burg are the late arrivals at tho Swango House Elkana Minton who escaped the Campton jail Sunday night in company with two others was f captured on Tuesday at GeorgeJ littles on Gillmore creek by Caisar if Linden and returned to Jailer i little who had to pay 25 reward he had previously offered fi i Quint Daniel and family who kayo been visiting Mrs Daniels tether and mother Rev G D Combs and wife of Morehead since r7Jbe close of Hazel Green academy I v returned homo Saturday Mr Daniel is now considering whether r jfc8 will conduct the domitory in ipnnection with tho acadmy for N jprtterm Elkana Minton Wm Bryant and Melvin Centers each confined iis the Campton jail on felony charges escaped from tho bustle t on Sunday night last and are still i aL large Jailer Littlo seems to lie in the middle of a bad streak ir of luck Some eight or ten pris 1 l1ers have escaped so fur in his ad i Pfstration and it is not yet but i few days over six months old CASTORIAI lw Infants and Children ne 11MI You Have Always BargMt JIers the f J titre of K I How PetersburgIntl to Secure Manufactories for a fortnight or so loft for homo Wednesday of last week Mr Dunning was hero with a view of em barking in business with Mr Rose to establish a wagon and carriage manufactory But it was neces sary that the citizens of the town to secure the success of such an enterprise donate grounds c and their anything j tion of the place from a railroad and other minor incidents prevented him from submitting a proposition Now that it is mind wb want to remind our inI zeus of tho fact that large manufactories are establish ed the corporation generally do nates grounds c In return the I mechanics employed are asourceof j revenue to the merchants and othI j er business enterprises and the town soon feels that it has made j a good investment Bear this inImind gentlemen trustees when anybody comes along to vest meet them half way A intt manufactory could bo started here that would employ perhaps 20 liratclass mechanics and they with their families would add materially to our population and the money they would spend in the course of a year would be considerable Our people must learn to look at these things as other towns do if they hope to improve the place rDevoting CanseIin nurse at St Josephs Hospital at Lexington for tho past 15 months came homo souse ten days ago and has since been visiting her sister j Mrs Wm Clark She left again i on Wednesday to take up her work much to the regret of her many friends here who hoped sho would remain with us for a month sure Miss Molly is a young lady of ex disPosiition and superbly fitted for tho life work she has chosen Her smilos and gentle kindly words sufiinIj j her care and it iis confidently believed j j therefore that she will in time become famous as a nurse forI these noble qualities with which nature has so liberally endowed her and THE HERALD takes espe cial pride in speaking for her these encouraging words I IIfa Man Lie to You And say some other salve oint ment lotion oil or alleged healer is as good as Bucklens Arnica Salve tell him thirty years of marvelous cures of piles burns boils corns felons ulcers cutsj j scalds bruises and skin eruptionsj proves its the best and cheapesti 25 cts at J Taylor Day Hazel j Green or S S Combs Sons Campton drug stores i A Mountain of Lumber Roo Nickell who has been log ging on Grassy creek near old Sa lem church tells our man about town that since they began work ho and Jahilo Phillfpson the 15th of April they have cut and hauled about 1440 saw logs and have 250 cut in the woods ready to haul The length of the logs arej 10 to 16 feet and they will average 20 inches in diameter As a little figuring will demonstrate this means an immense pile of lumber when it comes from the saw This timber boundary embracing 1052 white oak trees was bought from Dave Cox of Morgan county by John M Rose of this place rind by the latter gentleman sold to Walter and Carl Day of Frozen Creek Breathitt county Send 85c and get a free trial of Wilsons Morphine Cure tested for 14 years and always success ful Send to CORP WILSON f 30y Calvert Texas COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0zjrTo insure insertion ALL corres pondence must be in this office by I Monday night of each week and- Qrnmathat nearby on Monday m lOur correspondents arc derelict in duty and we want to say that henceforth they will not receive papers except for the week they have news letters We are dependent upon them for the news and when they fail to send in their favors they put us to great inconvenience SUNNY SIDE Misses Mars and Corda Bronna men toTntlie fsujth at Cannel City Ed and Onoy will teach on Holl near Elkins chaple He has- a good school and a nice place tote h i Misses Pearl and Collie Johnson ttwo of Lacy creeks fairest daughters spout Friday with your scribe Lula Taulbco ot Daysboro and James Rose of Leo City passed through here Friday on their way I to Campton Mrs Oney in company with uncle Harrison Swango and wife attended the funeral of Miss Ada Cecil Thursday Mrs Dr Centers of your town j BroathittIpleasant at this place Sunday visitingiteach tho same school she taught jlast year in Monofee county Misses Mattie Evans Daisie Day Jessie Wheeler India and Mollie Coldiron all of town wjand family Ellis Johnson and sistorof Lacy creek left Sunday for Cedar Grove Montgomery county whore they will visit their uncle Andrew James and family for a few days Mrs Curtis Swango of Chambers station is visiting her old Sunny Side homo this week Sho informs- us that she will teach in Mont I gomery county this year near her j homeJuly S SUSIE SUNBEAM MORCANCOUNTY WEST LIBERTY WISPS Born to tho wife of John John son of Long branch a girl Dr B F McCluro of Canoy vis iited his daughter Mrs JT Hanoy one day last week Dr W L Gevedon of Grassy creek is visiting his daughter Mrs S N Nickell of this place lIon Frank Hopkins was here this weekviewing the situation in the interest of his candiacy Hon J W Gardner of Saly ers ville passed through here en route to Farmers on legal business Mrs 0 W Burns of our town who has been suffering with stem ach trouble the past week is about to be up J A Lacy and wife accompanied by Mrs Henry Cox of the Commercial len spent Sunday at Lacys fathers at White Oak We are proud to note that Willie Wheeler of your town is rapidly progressing in the art of stenogra phy He is employed by tho noted young lawyer and exUnited States commissioner F E Fogg and Willie gives entire satisfaction and also stands in with the belles of the town On Thursday Sam Wilson finished j the painting of tho New Morgan House The outside is white and trimmed with canary color and the interior oak and highly varn ished together with the new car pets makes it one of the finest looking hotels youll see anywhere Mr Wilson is now at the Commer cial Inn The boys here are practicing in order to have a band There was formerly a band at this place but some of tho blowers got matrimony mixed in their music and J put it into execution which put an end to the concerts Now t younger people who claim that- i matrimony has no effect on thpm have started another blow and ex pect to give a concert at an early date to lovers of music I t At twilights gentle hour floatingIthrough the air from different abodes within this place Partic ularly from tho front portico of Dr Harry Colliers residence These strains come from the skill ful touch of the DCctor and Miss Tide Collier on the mandolin and guitar Their pure selections their style of playing with variations tends to place these musical artists in realms where they have no oquals Tho young people of this placo 20 couple or more hied themselves- on the 4th to Yocum Springs and between viewing and climbing the high gigantic rocks and drinking the pure cold water with dinner- on the grounds and taking in all the beauties that naturo has bestowed upon the scone they passed away the day on arriving the string of buggies stopped in front of the New Morgan House and the occupants rendered that sweet old melody liMy Kentucky Homo in a beautiful manner All went to their homes delighted with the days trip July 8 NOSIJYV CfrMfr014 COUplEp BEN SEWELL EDITOR VOLUMK I NUMBER S EDITORIAL EFFUSIONS THE Board of Education of tho Kentucky Wosloyan College at Winchester and tho board of trustees at this place have employed Prof Clark of Hindman to take charge of the public school at thi place Prof Clark comes highly recommended as ono of Kentuckys foremosteducators and it is sin ceroly hoped that tho right manE in the right place has boon secured There is nothing that so much tolls for tho good of a community as a lively uptodate school conducted by an energetic force of teachers At 1 present the people hero are united in favor of Prof Clark and seem willing to do all in their might to make the school a success This is a happy state of affairs and augurs well for the peo plo that the too oft fires of internal strife are not urging 1 LOCAL LACONICS IA H Stamper is attending cir cuit court Boattyville this week I S P Kash the hustling Ipor 1 chant at Neola was hero Monday on business connected with the county court County Clerk Tutt reports tho following marriage liconso issued July 2nd Joff Cox to Annie Finch July 3rd George Holbert to Polly Hatton Hon W 0 Mizo of Hazel Greenj was one among tho court visitors Monday He put up at Combsj House and got fat His horse gotI I fat at the livory stable The editor and his better J attended Sunday last tho 65th birthday anniversary of JA SewellI on Holly where they enjoyedj themselves immensely Amos R Graham one of the jolly lights of Holly was in town Monday Ho was full of jokes Itt1 jis notknown whether GB Stamper secured a lease on his gas orJJ notMiss Lee Tutt a charming young lady of Spradling Ky and her I accomplished and beautiful cousinlf Miss Lula May Bowman of Boone ville Ky visited relatives hero the past week On last Sunday night Cano Minton Wm Bryant and Melvi- H Center broko jail hero and made their escape They were charged with incest housebreaking and rape respectively Taylor P Sewell of Lane tho popular champion ofcourtship love romance and adventure is licking stamps backing letters and handing out mail in tho Camp ton postoffice this week Rev Jackson Tutt of Spradling on Monday obtained a writ off habeas corpus for the possession ofE his grandchild Thomas Handy 1 who it is alledged is wrongfully 1 detained from him by Frank Handy c- County court convened here Monday with Judge Congleton on the bench The Judge presided with imposing and commanding dignity C C Fulks looked after tho countys interest with brilliancy in one eye and fearlessness 1eAndy Butler Cox tho handsome clerk in Vaughn Conglotona store attended tho 4th of July celebration at Cannel City He reports it a swell affair On Frozen creek Butler was alarmed by hearing a sweet feminine voice sing- ingi 0 Butler what a web you weave When you court to deceive Prof Clay Olliver of High Falls has again stepped to the front with another freak of nature ho claims to have discovered achicke- belonging to Emmet Swimmo the has nino foot and a head like a mans I He also says that the chicken talks like a man and can read rfhd write It is rumored that Clay has sent in his petition to become a member of tho Campton Faking Club Bob Hill of Beattyville has an nounced himself as a candidate for the republican nomination for Railroad Commissioner in this district Butwell the money t is what makes the mare go and until we receive 1000 for his announcement i in Campton Courier we are unprepared to blow the horn J loud and clear and give him a boost Indeed Hill is a Hill that no democrat could travel over nor tear down to a level with democracy as for that matter On last Saturday John Rowland goodssI up tho Torrent Hill unloaded went back to tho station to got audII balance of tho load While ho was gono some thief stole a box of shoes and hiked away The goods i were for Euster Firestein of this placo On Sunday Sam Firostein and Rowland wont to Torrent to mako a hunt for tho box of shoes i andsuccodod in finding it snugly hid away in tho brush andcliffs Only three pairs of shoes woro missing A curtain fellow is under suspicion and at last accounts an officer was on his trail Congressman J B Whito was in town Monday mixing and mingling with his numerous friends From a democratic standpoint of I view Mr White has made an ex collent congressman and if a dom j ocrat must bo elected in spito of right principles hell and campaign j boodlo and Undo Mark Hanna i thrown in itis nothing butjustice and the part of wisdom to return i disclosesjthoj muchII valuable work for the district far more than is ordinarily IudII pectod from a now member But if there should be a docent intel ligent white republican on the j ticket why just put the cross x under the old log cabinIFollowing is a partial review of business done in tho county and ji quarterly courts convened hero I Monday and Tuesday respectively Case against John and Howard Moore selling liquor acquitted j Order appointing W B Duff guardian adlitoni for tho infant i children of Alison Rose also apJI pointedcommissioner to divide I Alison Roses laud for benefit of he heirs Order granting Roy Win Galis pie license to solomizo tho rites of matrimonyIOrder appointing H N Horton guardian for Monroe and Polly A AshlyCase vs Bruco Terrill soiling liquor fined 30 and costICase vs John Brewer selling I liquor acquittedII BoonenBrewer soIling liquor The fined 20 the latter formerI I l Dont Fail to Try Whenever an honest ThisII to Electric Bitters for it is recommended for a permanent cure will surely bo effected ItjI never fails to touo tho stomachregI stimIIulatoj I nerves and purify tho blood Its j wonderful tonic for rundown I systems Electric Bitters posi tively cures kidney and liver troubles stomach disorders nerv onsnessBleeplessnes8 rheumatism neuralgia and expels malaria Sat TaylorDaySons Campton drug stores Only 50 cents Freaks of Lightning Lightning struck a pine tree in Johnny Kashs yard on Tuesday and split it wide open The tree been topped some years since about 15 feet from the ground and three limbs grew out from the cut top The bolt missed the limbs entirely and entered the body like a glut in the cud of a saw log splitting it in two At the same I time on tho Campton road and about equally distant from town JForest Cecil experienced a shock which he describled as the prickling of innumerable noodles in the 1palm of the hand He also felt an acute pain in tho left breast HelptOften tho over taxed organs of digestion cry out for help by dys popsias pains nausea dizziness headaches liver complaints bowel disorders Such troubles call for prompt use of Dr Kings New Life Pills They are gone thorough and guaranteed to cure 25 cents atJ T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sons Campton drug gists Thofuneral of Mrs Belle Boling the deceased wife of B F Boling will be preached at Sandfield church on the fourth Sunday in July at 11 oclock a m by Rev Dr Govodon and others t EATClearing SaIeCIoibigF t WE ARE BADLY OVERSTOCKED WE NEED MONEY WE NEED IT BADLY 1 CLOTHING R arID of Mannta tnr r Co t I t tl l New Goods Latest Styles Best Quality Here is a chance to get GOOD CLOTHING at cheap prices Mens AllWool Suits DA 00 i asMens All Wool Best Flannels 499 Mens All Wool Best Cassimere tftft fifl SuitseThis is about the cost of the trimmings 5LINEN SUITS Coat Pants and Vest at 125 Suit IMPORTANT T- mREAD MOTHERS THIS fl BOYS SUITS BOYS SUITS BOYS SUITS 4 49II ISuits 40 Cents up to 700 can you a better assortment than all the houses in Lexington together We are the only house in Lexington who sell the celebrated Alfred Benjamin Co Clothing Louis Gus StrausPLEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON KY4 WHEN BUYING WHISKEY MEDIOJL USE OR TO BE USED frS J 3EVEfrQE 1 You want good pure whiskey and at times all need whiskeyreither 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 well distilled from choice grain well aged and matured with special care for I 200 225250 PER GALLON 4 and we packyour jug in a nice plain box for shipping so that no one can tell what you arc getting and send you a nice etcped glass and corkscrew free Send us your order fiand let us prove that we mean what we say Remit by Post Office Money order or registered letter to the HA0AN DISTILLING CO Lexington Ky f f 1 CLARK 5 HOWARD CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS 206208 E Main LEXINGTON KY Honest material master mrics and eonsciencious calculationst itlisdm Largest Unstrap t Talk for us They are so well satisfied themselves that they k 4 tell others about the merits of Lexington Beer All who use it aqrec that it is the best beer they ever drank So will you Ireceibrewing and the bottlingu LEXINGTON BREWING COMPANYo a t W R CRAWFORD CO r j Live Stock Commission Merchantsll FOR THE SALE OF Cattle Hogs Sheep Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI 00 i ALSO Central Stock Yards LOUISVILLE EE 7 ii We have an Eaateru outlet for mil desirable tock tAlflrtrt rim C it M H il soliCited All corrapoedeaeeciteerfailyanawered ec k 1 r J If Jrw a Good Horse Sense wllltell you that old eggs and glue are not things you want to eat yet some coffee roasters glaze their coffee with such things Not so with I i CoffeeIIts just pure unadulterated undisguised coffee never covered up with any glazing of any kind J Uilforn quality sad trcdmnt are Insured by the Haled package 11 I I jr STRAY SHOTS C R Turner of Paris Ill spent I two weeks on Turner Ranch in i r Missouri not long sing t W 1 Overstroet and family of i New York will spend the summer with friends at Paris 111 i I I I I f Mrs Eva Bnber 0IInir of Dow City Iowa has been a sufferer ofII rheumatism tho past spring IIII The Kentucky colony in Coles J prosperousIthisj I1 crop and big prices I e Jesse Swango and wife and Mrs tt Ellen Kash and daughter Ella vis ii ited Terre Haute Indnot longc i isince and spent the day shopping itt Miss Ella will spend the summer with her sister Mrs Jones at Jef t fersonville Ind t o o o The editor of THE HERALD iis advocating a good enterprise byI way of introducing the Angora goat They would prove five timesI as profitable as sheep and no more farmer expensive needs to raise to study A mountainIce III t farming if he expects much headway Let him use his t head more and his legs less l July Smother J H S r Always Keeps it Handy r My mother suffered a long time f from distressing pains and general r ill health duo primarily to indi gestion says L W Spalding Ve I rona Mo Two years ago I got her to try Kodol She grew better at once and now at the age of 70 i remarki ing that she fears no bad effects as she has her bottle of Kodol1 handy Dont waste time doctor ing symptoms Go after the cause If your stomach IB sound you health will be good Kodol rest the stomach and strengthens the body by digesting your food It iis natures own tonic Settled in Cupids Court Some weeks ago Miss Florence Hall was injured in alighting from k a street car at Lexington and filedj suit for 5000 against the road A few days ago Conductor Bur Smith who was in charge of the i car and Miss Hall were mar ried The suit was on motion of the young ladys attorney dismissed the lawyer remarking the Judge liMy client has taken this case to cupids court She says shes willing to have that court settle matters and I agreed with her 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 need only to guard against the accidents in cidental to most open air sports No remedy equals DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve for quickly stopping pain or removing danger of serious consequences For cuts scalds and wounds I used DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve for sores cuts t and bruises says L B Johnson i Swift Tex It is the best romedr on the market Suro cure for piles and skin diseases Bowar- of counterfeits Products of Kentucky Farms The census report on agriculture issued on the 2nd inst shows that t the farms of Kentucky June leti 1900 numbered 245667 valued at i 382004890 of which 76 per centI were in laud and improvements other than buildings The value j of farm implements and machinery was 15301800 and livestock I 73739106 The total value of k farm property was 471045856 Productk8 V in 99i which was 87 per cent morot r than in 89 was 123266785 o c which 64 per cent was in crops in l eluding forest products cut or pro isjduced on farms The gross farm 1 income of the state for 99 wa t 102188255aud the gross mcanfe= on investment was 22 per cent John H Hall secretary of the ice Maysville Tiiick Com pun wa- sf6 j etriclten soitha opleXy oedaY tact week ij Nurses Awful Work i Supected of the death of eleven persons but indicted for murder ing only three Miss Jane Toppan who has been declared insane has confessed that silo has killed dur ing her career as a professional- nurse no less than 81 human be ings This statement was made tolJj Judge Bixby of Stockton senior J1Icounsel at the trial at Burnstnblo 11Iby reason of insanity on the charge of murdering Mrs Mary D Gibbs Judge Bixby also said Miss Toppan had admitted she had set fire and committedother serious acts She said she could not help committing the crimes She said she was not insane Site said she know she was doing wrong when silo administered poisons to her victims and shot asked Judge Bixby how under such circumstances she could be of un sound mind- Morphine was Miss Toppans 1 agency for producing death Many I of her victims were unsuspecting iand most intimate friends j others were the patients of reputable physicians who employed her on account of her ability as a nurse Miss Toppan was so expert in her knowledge of how to employ drugs and poisons that she was able tof escape detection for years In the detailed story she told to Judge Bixby Miss Toppan did not enumerate her many victims though she did admit the aIII of Mrs Gibbs Mrs Hurry I1 of Chicago and Alden P Davis all I j j of whom died at Catamet last sumI mer Miss Toppan was indicted last December for these three 11MissTaunton insane hospital in Mas sachusetts to begin her life sentence Systemr I 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 I j ly serious illness unless a remedy is applied DeWitts Little Early j I bny I stimulating the liver and promote IIl easy healthy action of the bowels These little pills do not act Violently but by strengthening the perforto j own gripe or d Lii i A Noble Ambition Being far advanced in years anti having no immediate relatives to whom to bequeath his vast fortune John M Burke a wealthy retired merchant and railroad director of I New York has conveyed to a corp oration real and personal property to the amount of 4000000 for the purpose of founding a convalescent house in or near th borough of Manhattan Tho corp oration is known as the Winifred Masterson Burke Relief Association and besides Mr Burke the trustees are Abram S Hewitt Wm Shop thee corporation with the provision that the income less the current expenses of the administration bo reserved to Mr Burke during his lifetime after which it will b devoted to the purposes of the home Mr Burke made his fortune in the South American trade Ho iis a bachelor and when ho retired I from business many years ago became interested in railroads and is at the present time a director in several western roads It has been his ambition to ded icato in his lifetime a substantial- f part of his estate to the relief of worthy men and women who not withstanding their willingness to support themselves have becomes wholly or partly unable to do so For Sale One Fay No Ssix roll 8 inch lightning floorer with beading at tachment One Fay carriage ca ting off saw F BusH Sos Loxiugtou Ky 1- w 1 i Dram of Death Ono drink of whisky proved fatal to J C W Meredith a farm er living near Richardsvillo Ky He cantle to tho city on tho 2nd inst anti purchased ft bottle of liquor After tno first 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is always of national import and in point of political signiiicance Pennsylvania is second in importance only to the great Key k Stone State while Michigan is rapidly1 becoming an important political factor in the sisterk hood of states Much valuable information can be gained hastudof the lofItlcatlcondi tions involved in the elections to be lieu in these three states i CONDITIONS OF THIS GREAT CONTEST Every subscriber who remits 100 the regular subscription price for a years subscription to THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD will receive a certificate that will secure for him any prize which his estimate entitles him to claim jCVIa addition to the certificate to each subscriber who remits 8100 agents will be allowed oie 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 Write your name address and estimate in the subscription blank below old mall to THE HAZEL CREEN HERALDS 1 The contest will close at midnight Nov 3 1902 and no estimate received after that hour will 1 be allowed The official certificates of the Secretaries of the three States show the total vote for Governor will determine who are entitled to the prizes and the Iiug will be made bya disinterested committee of 1prominent juges just as soon as theI f obtaineda 11 Here Is the List of Prizes To the third nearest correct estimator 100000 To the fourth nearest correct estimator 50000 4 To the fifth nearest correct estimator 20000 4To tha sixth nearest correct estimator 10000 To the next 12 nearest correct estimators 1500 4 each 18000 To the next 27 nearest correct estimators 1000 each 27000 4 To the next 5 50 nearest correct estimators 500 Inch 475000 4 995 prizes amounting to 2000000 INFORMATION To aid in forming your estimates we furnish the follow ing data Pennsylvania elects a Governor only once in four years Michigan elects a Governor every two years and since 1894 yearstwas 1165085 671r1900 1556520 Total vote for Governor in Penn in 1886 was 919212 928196Ju u18U8 971737 Total vote for Governor in Michigan in 1800 was 397809cr crJI92 408637u uJ3Vol 416928 I u u ulS9G u 547802 SUBSCRIPTION find to apply on Account Posto illce County n Estimates of Vole for in the three are I GREAT PROFIT SHARING CONTEST razeSecond HAZEL GREEN HERALD 4To THESE FIVE SPECIAL PRIZES WILL A 2eBE PAID For the nearest correct estimate received August 11902 100000 For the correct estimate received on or after August 1 and before August 15 100000 For the nearest correct estimate received on or arfter August 15 and 1 100000 For the nearest correct estimate recehed on or after Sept 1 and before Sept 15 100000 h For the correct estimate received on or jafter Sept 15 and before Oct 1 100000 Total 1000 prizes to 2500000 tSTln case of a tie or that two or more estimators are ill equally correct prizes will be divides equally between II thembIVALUABLE 421161e The total aggregate vote for Governor in these three r states in 1894 and the years in which all three states elected Governors at the same time was as follows In the aggregate vote for Governor in these three f states was 2645 61 6- In 1898 the total aggregate vote for Governor In these three states was 2752091 What will the total aggregate vote for Governor in there three states be on November 4 1902 Figure it out or guess at it and send in your estimate IT MAY MEAN 10000 IN TO YOU The certificates of the secretaries of the states of New York Penusy and Michigan showing the com bined total vote for Governor in these three states will de termine who are entitled to the prizes and the awards will be made by a committee of prominent judges iO days after the official vote is CERTIFICATE OF BANK PRESIDENT I certify that the Press Publishing Association has deposited 25000 in the Central Sayings Bank Detroit for the express purpose of paying the prizes to making the nearest cor rect estimates of tho Total Aggregate cast for the Oflice of Governor in States of Now York Pennsylvania and Michigan on the 4th day of 1002 and that this fund can bo usod for no other purpose 000000oooooeoooasoowooo BLANKS 11 Inclosed Subscription Name State My Governor States UDaIOIIIIOOI UIUU TO nearest before nearest 1898 1894 GASH official aria within known Mich those Vote the Jk1 I 25 CENTS EACH Name State Kstimatcs of Vole fur Governor in Three Slates arei It I I H r c Remember that the Capital Prize is lOOQ9rn and that there are Five Special Prizes W 11000 each for Early Estimates i SEND ALL ORDERS September amounting hereby November ESTIMATES Poatoflicc County THE HERAL4 p t co 1 IfCenttal 11Blank t- irHAZEL GREEI