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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s rtoV RTIs1GRATE5 1 I 1 yea yea year aiU iO 33 ojI j ITtlE HAZEL OREEN HERALD1 year II 00I tSCRiPTJOHRATE5i 1 700year + on Sute RnlllhStrict J Established March 4 1885 Made Famous the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell 2 I +i officers tl calls on cninli j writctipsS Jc line S 1TEnrIT1lI IEAR HAZEL GREEN 4 i itWOLFETrilmtcs tc jlire H COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 17I 1902 NU MB ERalwa give postoOice county ba line where copy R j Then renewing or to havo your address changedas locals 5c a line a SI1vCtatcoorEU 1Itei t stances should bq made by IT rnDwnor sad tinter TfcB Oldest Most Popular t Most Widen 1 Circuit and tost Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains = Lee tlvna IKIlIn YEAR tdanee O registered t1or blot ants r h- u = L t rj Kim You Have beeninand has beemm iI personalAllow MO ono to deceive you In this All Counterfeits Imitations ami Justnsgood are butExperiments that trifle with null endanger the health of Infants soil Children Experience against Experiment ii What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It x NarcotioxVlndlConstipationf sleephf GENUINE CAST RIA ALWAYS f Bears the Signature of P iir J t1 l The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years f TNC CIUU CONNNY TT NOafAT TNCCT Ntw TOa CITY a t H P PIERATT IL C QrICK ALL t H s F PIERATTj CO DEALERS IN a i lonerol iV rcbuqdis LiveStock and4 Country Produce I MtE gr WITH THE CASH as that is the ifnly safe a and reliable way to do business a PLEASE DO NOT ASK FOR CREDIT I Very respectfullyt Cotrot All parties now indebted to mile f- ffJ shouldcall and settle or thoro will ff be A HOT TIME IN THE OLD ftJ TOWN TODAY as I am deterfj0 Vfa mined to windupI nil my outstnud fJP S Btwpast patronage and more especi n ally if you will pay me for my filrJ t 1goods you have consumed I remain respectfully CfJ fir H F PIERATT fj iF CECIL BROSe9 r Jlopb Fancy Grocers 1 goodsAPPLLEJELLIES all kinds 3 glasses 25c PEACH LEAF LARD 15c per pound SUGAR 6Jc to CJc per pound CAUOVA COFFEE best in town 12Jc BONNIE ROLLED OATS lOc package SWEET POTATOES canned 15c 2 for 25c KRA UT 3pound can lOc CORN lOc per can PEAS 2 cans 25c M HARNESS BRIDLES GRANITE WARE c c Everything first slits and fresh and YOU SAVE MONEY on everything you buy of us 5 TILEa S iE PAPER Eiery FARMER should read dally The Chicago Postr e Eve 4 LIVE STOCK Shipper should read daily The Chicago Post Eiery PRODUCE Shipper should read daily Tie Chicago Post Efery GRAIN Shipper should readd dailyy The Chicago Post THE GREAT MARKET NEWSPAPER THE REST IS NONE TOO ROOD FOR YOU Subscribe through jour commission firm sows teo4SH ier of DewspA- per t containing thii advertisement Sample cop Slent free offTQlu1 Address THE CHICAGO POST Chicago III l E xl f TitOFEVERYjUESCRIPTION CHEAPLY AND ATTHISr Woman and Her Babe Wernt Put Off But the Good Old Black Uncle May Still Be Walking Timesi1 AS THE 7 40 train began to pull away from tho Fooopt Alexandria station an negroohurried across the plat form and swung himself on the rear car Ho was very blackand very dusty and the single occu pants of seats looked a little apprehensive as he shuffled diffidently through tho car but he did not offer to sit down When he reach ed the opposite end he took hold of a seat to steady himself and gazed around curiously his big wondering eyes roving from one face to another with tho eager scrutiny of a child Evidently he was very tired for his shoulders began to slope and every few minutes ho shifted his feet as though they hurt him At last a young man lowored his newspaperHere a seat uncle ho call ed you look tired Tho negro shu led forward eagerly Yes sah I tank yo1 snh I ho said gratefully as Ii3 sank down Is plumb beat Done walk moos rous long way dis yor uiawniu Yo see as tho young man folded his newspaper and slipped it into his pocket Marse Henery an me libober in Prince George county an larst week parse Heuery he up an die Dat lef me by mysef I see and you aro going south to look for work No sah goiu back home goin back to ole Georgy Into his eyes came a look of eager expectation and ho stroked the back of the seat softly as though iit were his old home in far away GeorgiaI been dar in mos thutty year ho wont on slowly not senco de Liukum men tuk we alls niggers Dar was a whole pass e uv em but dey all dono bruk away Don de sheriff sol de plan tation an dar want nutten lef wo all but do uorf Wos bleeged to hab money ter lib And you stuck to parse Henry Tho old negro looked at him iin surpriso Ob cosc I ho answered sim ply Is do body sarbont an + Marso Heuery couldn git long thout me Hos a genloman an ponded on boin tuk car ob But Is bleeged ter be way in do daytime caso Is a cyarpenter an alters hab plenty wuk What did Marse Henry do Marso Henery 1 indignantly wy hos gonleman I tells yo Ho ain do nutten He ain nob ber learn do tings like common wito foks He hab niggers for dat You dont mean that you have supported him over since tho war Tho old negro drew himself up with unconscious diguity You goin1 tak like dat I air got nutton mo to splain I beg your pardon said the young man hastily please go onTho black faco rolaxod Yo ain know Marso Honery commisoratingly soyodonun stan Ob coso I wuk for him He car for mo bofo de war didn ho What nigger good fer but wuk I like ter know A boy camo through tho car with- a basket sandwiches Tho yours man bought two and handed them I to his companion The old negros eyesglistenedTank massa tank yo sah l ho said gratefully I didn hab no brekfas an moneys too scaso ter buy tings on do road 1 I war lowin to fill up arter I dun rech Georgy A few minutes later there was slight ripple through the car The conductor had entered and was culling for tickets Tho young man prod ced his and held it in readiness The negro fumbled nixie sly throng several i mborodi hatIIj liningHit I dun tuk abet ce it I cud I saidIwonIdoys some Moneys for trabblin In tho seat behind the 1 was a shabbily dressed woman wl oso faco had an anxious frightened express sion Crowded on tho seat besido her wore several bundles and in her arms was a whitefaced big eyed baby When tho conductor touched her shoulder she started uneasily Ticket please- A red flush of shamo spread over the womans face then it faded leaving her white and dogged- I haventany Very well If you get off at tine next station it will save us tho trouble of putting you off and ie turned to tho opposite seat The womans ejes grew big with terror as sho sprang up and caught him by the arm Dont do that sir I Dont put mo off 1 sho implored hoarsely Ive got to go My husband has written for mo to como Hos lies dying and a great sobrose to her whito lips but was reso lutely choked back I tried to raise money lowering her voice so tho other passengers could not hear bilt couldnt Wo sold ev erything wo had so ho could go south as tho doctor ordered And now heshos Sho turned from him and sankweakly into her seat The conductor shook his head Im sorry madam ho said kindly but we have only ono rule You must pay or get off I cant rrisk breakingj tho rules Picket please Tho old negro rose slowly to his feetIs feared youll hab ter put me off too boss ho said humbly Hits uionsrous hard wuk fer poro nigger lak mo ter rise money for ticket Off at the next station broke iu tho conductor harshly Woll bo thore in a minute If it was not so near Id slow the train and put you off This poor woman has some excuse but youbah IlIS The young man was about to make a protest but something in tho old negros face restrained him Beforetheconductorreachedthe end of tho car the speed began to slacken Tho old negro rose and turned to his companion Reckon I better be leabin he said Tank yor for dom eons wiches an I hopell member mo kinly Here missy to the wo man who was gazing stonily from the window and dropping his ticket into her lap heres yo ticket I reckon yo dun drap hit I hope yo fin dat husbau ain so bad as yer tinkand before sho could recover from her bewilder ment ho had left the car and was shuffling down the platform Tho young man half rose to call him back then a remembrance of his own resources or perhaps of some one waiting for him caused him td sink back on his seat and stare blankly at tho window As tho train moved out he saw the old ne gro trudging along beside the track evidently still bound for Georgia STATE OF OHIO CITY OF TOLEDO LUCAS COUNTY J 8S Frank J Cheney makes oath that ho is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the City of Toledo county and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every caso of byguse taro FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before mo and sub scribed in my presence this Cth day of December A D 1880 lA W GLEASON lJ PublicSEAL 5 5NotaHalls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally aud acts directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces of th testimonialefrea e FJ CHENEY do Co Toledo O Sold by druggists 75c Halls Family Pills aro the bostt bj r New Star Route Needed Tho irregularity of tho mails moro than any thing else prompts us to point to tho fact that a pe tition should bo circulated and presented to tho postoffico depart moot for a eemi daily mail be twoen Hazel Green and Helochawa The Ohio and Kentucky railron- now carries the mail for all points botwcnn Jackson nod Cannel City null if our mail should como thn waytho mail from points at a distance wo would receive it with greater regularity anyhow Moil1 could leave hero in tho morning and connect with the O +L K train going west and returning brio allmail from Cannel City an points east of Helechawa Again it could meet tho train from Jack son in tho evening and bring allI mail from Lexington Louisville r Cincinnati etc Except to insure regularity it would not help us materially though it would cor rect some evils aside from that For instance a letter to Noola Helechawa under tho present arragement must go from horo to Torrent thence to Jackson and- over tho O K to Noola Tho distance is only five miles and yet all going around Robin Hoods barn to reach its destination If such a routo worn established iit would also enable us to have an express office hero as tho mail1 contractor could afford to carry express In fact it would large increase his per diem and ho could pick up passengers both going and coming HOUSEWORK Too much housework wrecks wo mens nerves And the constant care of children day and night is often too trying for even a strong woman A haggard face tells the story of the overworked housewife and mother Deranged menses leucorrhuca and falling of the womb result from overwork Every housewife needs a remedy to regulate her menses and to keep her sensitive female organs in perfect condition WINEOF CARDUI is doing this for thousands of American women today It cured Mrs Jones and that is why she writes this frank letter- Olendeane Ky Feb 10 1901 I am no glad that your Wine of CarduiI la helping me I am feeling better than I have felt for years I am doing m- own work without any help and I wuhed hat week and was DOlODe bit tired That show that tho Wine Ia me good I am getting fleshier thin ever was before and sleep good takingwinet down flue or six times every day but I aowldonotthtnkoflytagdownthroughthe 8100 AT DHOGC1STS For 4Tli apilUlmtwc a4d tomb MI1oe adlnAdlwr lkprteeiTdeC- tunoogsj NedIdD CCMnoogaTwa I The Old Towns Troubles The municipal tangle in Lexington had another knot tied in iit last week Two officials with claims aggregating 1700 recently had their claims ordered paid C B Lowry a republicandemocrat and reformer tried to block time pay mont of tho claims Five minutes before ho filed his motion the city officials cashed their claims Low ry is caught for the costs c Ho threatens to go further however and make the men pay back the money It means more litigation and as a matter of fact half the city is in litigation one way or tho other Acts Immediately Colds are sometimes moro troub lesome in summor than in winter its so hard to keop from adding to them while cooling off after ox erciso Ono Minute Cough Cure cures at once Absolutely safe Acts immediately sure euro for coughs colds croup throat and lung troubles Jerry McGuire was handling a Winchester rifle at Dan Mouofoo acce dentally discharged and killed Clark Hampton TUE HERALD and Monthly World ono dollar a yoar in advance S I Long Hair II I CI About a year ago my hair was coming out very fast so I bought a bottle of Ayers Hair Vigor It j myhairyrdABoydstonj i i ertthan that of the stomach I Hair hunger for instance Hungry hair needs food f 1needs hair vigorAyers This is why we say that Ayers Hair Vigor always makesdgheavy and Isend your drnrgiit cannot inpply you expressyouof your AddreaaJHuII Asked Wife to See Him Die Because his wife refused to let him read a letter she had received from B S Kincart superintendent of Lebanon Light Co Lebanon Ky dramatically said to her that ho would end all Ho then invited her into tho front room of the house to see tho deed done but sho politely declined tho invitation 1A few moments later four shots rang out and when tho family foundYMr Kincart 1 lying on the floor apparently in great agony Several physicians were hurriedly sum monedand an examination dis closed that ho had been struck by only one bullet which had done nothing more than give him a slight wound in the arm Hot Werther Cookery Croquettes and patties form an important division in the class of dishes known as entrees and the list is nearly interminable An excellent article on this subject in the August Delineator will prove I useful to housewives in its general1 instructions and its tested recipes In addition will be found a variety of cold dishes for summer and a useful article on the possibilities of apricots and two illustrated pages of a temptingly cool dinner for hot weather Electric Belt on Trial To introduce it and obtain agen the undersigned firm will send a few of thoir Electric Belts on triall on tho following terms 100 to = bo paid in ten days if the Belt proves beneficial and tho balance 200 to bo paid in sixty days iif I tho Bolt effects a cure These Bolts hare a positive cure for Rhouma tism Neuralgia Kidney trouble Stomach and Liver trouble Asth ma etc Address at once GERMAN ELECTRIC AGENCY tf PO Box 1874New York NY Georgia Winters is in jail at Owensboro charged with shooting Field Long with intent to kill Long was found in a resort ther- suffering from a gunshot wound andsaid he had attempted suicide because one of time inmates would not marry him Fearing ho wool site ho said that Georgia shot hi because ho would not give her 5 9 8 8 You cannot buy standard pianos 7 organs buggies sewing machines 7 7 clocks watches and jewelry asycheap any whore oleo as you can of me Como and see samples and you will bo convinced You do not havo to risk your money with mailorder houses tf J T GEvEnoNBAll in The Deputy Sheriff Virgo Givens of Uniontown and Mrs Frances Giv ons wore married on the 8th inst There is nothing moro remarkable about this wedding than the fac that his bride was the widow of his brother and his first wife was the sister of tho last one Vitar Ore will relieve you of all1 inchesii and pains Agents wanted for Apply to or address with stamp t well Sponcor Cooper HazoL Green Ky Hamilton Alexander ono of the allI tion best known citizens of Daviess county and a breeder of fine race our rrboroJ KDOUhTY 61RECTORY jlHAZElJ GREEN OLICE COURT geJ t W N NICKELL Deputy Marshall BOARD OF TUSTEES W O MIZE Chai man W HJ JOHN p Coxeii Joni M ROSE JOHN H ROSE COURTI C Mondar i ary Fourth Monday an 1 Third blonde is ptemberii JudgeAA torney J F VANSANT Commissioner C C HANKS Trustee Jury Fuud j 0COUNTY COURT First Monday in each month JudgeW t 4FAeNKSTAbITER t C C FOLKS County Attorney JailerSSurreporFRANK CoronerJSupt 0MAGISTRATES COURTS TIME OF HOLDING AND OFFICIALS StlocxEY3fagiatrate holdingcourtcourtSECOND ROSEJn i isF t Magistrate ConstableCourtdaya FebruaryIay r LEGOMagistrate MarchJuneCHAKBEJl8nalistrateBANKS Constable Court days Third andNovember BoLtNIagistrate MarchJuneEIGHTH DISTRICT GEORGE OLIVER Magistrate No constable and no set time for holding wart Lexington and Eastern Railway e Time faille la Effect ray 18 1802 EAST BOUN- DsI I 2 I No4I y STATIONS Dally ex Daily Sunday PMLTC AMLye Lexington 225 pm 7 45 amIWincheater 3 10 pm 8 25 LAEJuncn 3 22 pm 8 37 am Clay City 3 LG pm 9 13 am i ameBridgeTorrent pm am 4 49 pm 10 08 am Deattyve Jc 5 11 pm 10 29 am Jackson 6 ibm 11 30 am J WEST BOUND Nol No3 STATIONS Daily ex I Dully I Sunday pmTorrent pnNatpaStantonpaClayLEJunco 910 am 5 ns pm pmLexingtonI ManagerCBABT R MOROAN S P A 0 t L BIANCI 11M2eEAST BOUND WEST BOUND 4t No 22No21 a Daily ex STATIONS Dally ex Sundayd levmam pm 40 am 0k K Junction 106 pm 45 am WilbunL 165 pm 30 am Hampton 2 10 pm 45 am Lee City 3 00 pm 35 am Helechiwa 3 10 pm 00 am Cannel City 3 45 pm L CONLEY Superintendent ROSE WHEELER d PRACTICAL BLACKSMITHS AND g WACONMAKER r tHAZBL aDD IT AiInvito the attention of the farmers of this vicinity to their im L- provedfacilltfes Ii blacksmithing and wagonmakiog er- i as repair work of all kinds A full force of first class raecluplca insures promptness in the execntiM tti work entrusted to them and aitStfae ia guaranteed In all cases T Buggy building sell wagon making art specialties Your patron e Yft4 1ly solicited tad will f eiatyap Issjittfally Ae 1 wHFELItI z S Ys 0 C i b h f 0 If fK Jm f TIlE HERALD zI SPENCER COOPER Editor f HAZEL GREEN KY 1002rl +AnnOUneEffiEnT + r 5 1 f County Conventions at County Seats on July 19th 1902 District Convention at West Liberty Ky July 24th 1902j 1 S IIOPKlNNi y announced as n candidate for the democratic nomination for congress from the Tenth district subject to action of the democratic party AMOS DAATIS ttIfI DIVISJUDGEs is herewith c nounced as a candidate for the democratic nomination for congress from the Tenth district subject to action of the democratic party A RECENT issue of the Hiawatha Kansas Democrat contains narrativo of the arrest of one of IJKW our citizens who committed a felony 1 in the grasshopper state iin 1872 at Campton by Sheriff Hanks and a posse which is so full of m statement that we must correct some of thorn at least Speaking of tho routo of the Kansas man one Lawrence who came here with i requisition papers for the fugitivet j t the writer says that ho had to fol low a bridle path from Mt Stem ling in the absence of a plainer routo when everybody knows that p a plain wagon road leading from I that place to the Virginia line has been in existence for upward 100 yours The writer intimates also that at that time a stranger was in danger of being killed i iourcounty through mistake for a 1 1revenue officer and because the people were blood thirsty Dump Allen who is now a good citizen of tho west side of the county is tho subject of the sketch and he I spoken ofas being at that time a desperado of the worst type It may i merest the writer of that article f to know that Wolfe county is now one of the most lawabiding and civil in the commonwealth Thor is not a drop of liquor sold legaljL ly in its limits and precious littl illicitly TIME subscription of very many of our subscribers is now due and quite a number expired months ago The date shows the time paid to and in addition we hay time and again croesXmarked papers going to these same subscribers to show them their time is out But they pay no attention and we suffer rom their carelessness Now we must have the money duo u- z on subscription and we must hav inklaborcvoryIthing jI papertn j get money to meet these demands we must succumb One dollar isnt much to you but all of thejj ones due us just now make quito a sum and wemust have that at once If you dont want the paper I I pay what you owe and then quit taking it Dont take it for two e or three months over time andI then quit without paying It i too small a thing for a man to bisIil little about But there aro a many small in this waytwo small1I j to be honestjj j FOLLOWING in the wake of the j I j Kansas paper with its mountain ofr misstatements tho Sunny South in its last issue gives an acboun- of tho HargisCockrell feud iinI Breathitt in which the late Ben Hargis is made the son of JimI Hargis who was in fact a brother THE HERALD can not possibly point 4 out all these pennyaliners who I prevaricate about tho people oft tho mountains but it takes pleas usein nailing every lie its argusI eye can see and it a these correspendents monishesl I should stick to tho truth I Neci More Help Often the over taxed organs o j dyepepsiaa I boweldisorders acid NewLifeillsoughguaranteed I T P SCognbedrug i I f 5 1 EDITOR LYDDANE Of the Winchester Democrat ii a Letter From This Place Has Handsome Things to SayI About Hazel Green I ISWAXGO SPRINGS July 5 1002 For the first time in 18 years I have ventured to take n vacation null see if the t world will revolve in its orbit oven Iif I quit work for ti few days I think wo need to find out once in ta while how little we really amount to and how well the world can get along without us The people of the mountain sec tion tiro evidently very patriotic if their patriotism may bo meas ured by the zeal with which they attend Fourth of July picnics As j j we approached Clay City Friday tho coaches filled rapidly and when wo got there a big crowd was present aud the picnic was an as siired success at least so far asj numbers were concerned A large number stopped at Nat ural Bridge where another picnic was under way Joe Brunor form erlyof tho Winchester police force is time guardian of the peace at that point ttOthers stopped at Torrent and picnicked there At Jackson wen found another in progress andat Cannel City there wore two Tho train was late at Jackson and we had barely time to oat a hasty dinner and catch the train sonrho Ohio and Kentucky road Can you tell mo why it is that the j smaller and more insignificant railroad is the bigger and more comprehensive its name This lit tie road extends from Jackson to ljCannol City in Morgan county and as a freight road it looks like a paying proposition j as a passon ger road it is not a howling suc cess An irreverent passenger saidl recently that he liked the road beef cause he could get out walk on ahead and eat berries until the train caught up but that man- u probably never heard of Annanias For some miles the road runs up Frozen Creek but with the ther mometer up in the nineties and the coach crowded wo were pre paed to agree with old Governors Allan of Ohio that a name is sometimes a dd barren ideali Ity The train was crowded but j everybody was in a good humor Some of them wero possessed of a capaicity for drinking soda pop that was simply remarkable and train butcher evidently reaped- e j a harvest of nickels The con ductor on the 0 K train was Will Bradshaw formerly conduct or with tho Landwho lived at Flanagan j When reached Helechawa call iit anything you please as I have- e pronotttouuce 1five miles from the Springs the i thermometer at 94 and no means of conveyance I walked to Neola postoQice a short distance away I JasjajDasboro three miles away and procured conveyance for mo Ispent several hours at Neola and while there had the pleasure fof meeting that old democratic warhorse W H Taulbee former ly a state senator and the father of oxCongressman Pros Taulbee He inquired of Judge Flanagan and other old friends in Winches ter and by his conversation show ed that he still heaps pace with the progress of events Crops of all kinds aro looking splendidly and the people are in bloomjbest crop in years The same is true of acorns and other mast The trouble is that tigers are very few verytcaus ed nearly all the logs and cattle i to be sold I This section would be an ideal j one for the Methodist preacher jf Large broiling and frying chickens can be bought anywhere for ten cents each from the farmers and the dealers only ask 150 per ItImight established between hero and Winchester with results mu tually satisfactory pleasfant place to spend a few weeks The faro is the good old fashioned I kind plentiful and well cooked Trrft proprietor and his good wife I make all feel at home Quito a number are hero from Sharpsbnrg Mayslick Carlisle and otherplaces impregnatedIvery f l not strong and a barrel per day is is probably the capacity of the springHazel Green is less than a mile distant and is a pleasant little town of several hundred people including Spencer Cooper He and his paper Tim HERALD are just now he only exponents of gospel truth as the three churches Meth odist Presbyterian and Christian are all without pastors I am resting with all my might and am developing an immense capacity for Swaugo water and friedchicken and expect to come homo in a couple of weeks with all my clothes except my hat too small for nloC E Lyddane iiu Winchester Democrat t DOCTORSsa- y Consumption can be curedI Nature alone wont do It Itneeds help Doctors say I IScotts EmulsionI I mustII weather i I I I sampleII YorkII i I Tho news was telephoned heret on Monday afternoon that Mrs Adkins living on the head c I White Oak creek in Morgan county had committed suicide byI j hanging The message was from Lee City and the request came to communicate with two sous of theI lady who lived near Ezel Martin and Benjamin Adkins respective Ily But later on it was discoveredl I that the unfortunate lady has I I son living near Hazel Green Van I CeoilIr I certain its truth TimE HEBAU man saw him but he was so nerv ous from the shock that no at I theIt t probableIcause of her act LATEK Mra Adkins is not dead Her husband discovered her andI cut her down and she is now in a fair way to recovery Her son Van who went to her as soon as het I heard the news tells us that for some time prior to her attempt at self destruction she had boon tem porarily deranged from nervous prostration and a spinal trouble which became unbearable She iis 07 years of age and the mother of nine children soven of whom are living eight boys and one girl all of whom are of age and married ahd to them the news of her actt i was received as an electric shock Mr Adkius tells us that times since her attempt she has been j t whotI she will soon be herself again It I j is a sad affair and Van Adkins whom every body in this section j likes as well as the other brothers and the one sister have the sympathy of all good people Tired Mother Its hard work to take care of children andi to cool sweep wash sew and mend besides Tired mothers should take hoods Sarsapa rllla It refreshes the blood Improves the appetite assures restful sleep- NOTICE Parties desiring a good safe investment for shall sums ofmoney with an excellent rate of interest write us for particulars A resident solicitor wanted- Pennsylvania Improvement Investment Co 703 Baor Building Reading Penn This Offer Ii For 30 Days Out IAs wo are bound to raise IIP I riiJsome money within the s Snext 30 Days we will during that time take subscriptions to TilE HERALD and the Courier fortIesOldl advantage of this offer by paying up all arrearages and one year in advance but the time will not be extended beyond July 11 This is a losing game with us but if 250 itIcompen sate us Tell your neighbors and friends about itl Send 85c and get a free trial of Wilsons Morphine Cure j tested for 14 years and always successful Send to CORP WILSON f 30y Calvert Texas When you have head ache or bySHi F PJeratt Hazel Green tf 1 k I i 0 gel airily EMptl IIIIt There has never been a series of sickness so long and serious in all my experience of more than 18 years practice borne with so much patience as that of Ada Cecil nor did I ever witness a death more calm and serene It seemed that she lived in direct touch with the words of patient old Job Though ho deny me yet will I trust in him Job 1335 The subject of this sketch united with tho Meth odist church when only 11 years of age and in the year 1808 she professed sanctification which she lived to the day of her death Now to father mother brothers and sisters friends while you mourn hor loss I have occasion to mourn with you but we aro not all those weeping In the language of tho poetThe air is full of farewells to the dying And mourning for the dead The hearts of parents for their children dy lug And will not be comforted Let us be patient these severe afflictions Not from the ground arise But afflictions celestial benedictions Assume this dark disguise In that great cloisters stillneii- By guardian angels led Safe from temptation safe from airs polu lion She lives whom we call deaJ Another hand is beconing us Another call Is given infThe path that reaches heaven Hazel Green Ky DR CEXTKE Saves a Womaii Life To have given up would have meant death for Mrs Lola Cragg of Dorchester Mass For years she had endured untoldmiseryi l from n severe lung trouble and sheawrites I could scarcely breathe and sometimes could not speak All doctors and remedies failed till I used Dr Kings New Discov ery for consumption and was com pletely cured Sufferers from coughs colds throat and lung remedyefor it never disappoints Curo is guaranteed and for sale by J T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sons Campton Price 50c and 100 Trial bottles free LOUISVILLE Ky l July 11 1902 tDear FriendIt is time to be gin work in earnest for our State Convention which meets at Hop kinsville August 92021 lam happy to state that the railroads have granted one fare for the round tripEach school is entitled to one delegate for every 100 enrolledor fraction thereof and the county to ten at large- Delegates will be entertained free Sincerely E A Fox Genl Secy If a lID Lie to Ton And eay some other salve ointment 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 cpts scalds bruises and skin eruptions proves its the best and cheapest L5 cts at J Taylor Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sons Campton drug stores A Bad Breath A bad breath means a bad stomach a bad digestion a bad liver Ayers Pills are liver pills They cure con stipation biliousness dys pepsia sick headache 23C AU druggists Want your BOUUCB or beard a beautiful brows or itch black Theil are DUCMflU1 IMO U I Whylitersl ae eri o e ral 00 p M4 a co u14 Lyons Laxative Syrup I Matures Cure for CoRitipatloo Doris NOT GRIPS Ifyou do not like it better than any laxative you have ever used your druggist will refund that money Good for children as well as grown people Sold by J C Stamper Gravy Creek Rov James Little and wife onI Dayaboro paid our office a pleasant call on Monday and Uncle Jim reIj stowed his subscription ofcourse Go you and do likewise W T CASKEY HAZEL GREEN KY Dealer in General Merchandise and Country Produce HAS NOW ON HAND A LAIN E well selected stock of i Dry Goods Notions GENTS FURNISHING GOODS LADIES AND GENTS TIES KEADYMAUE CLOTHING HATS AND CAPS HOOTS AND SHOES PATENT MEDICINES DRUGS OILS Ac Ac SSrln fact everything usually kept in a firstclass general store Cull and ex amine his stock and hear his prices II will treat yop nicely tBDUCTO a perfectly harmless veg RIs and compound permanently It poet R EEeliminates flesh ABSOLUTE corpulency It is aIand I and as harmless at fresh airII D Thousands of patients have Dused this treatment Phy I U sicians endorse it Write to ua IFREEI G confidential etc plain Correspondence scaled package cover 106tugeII I T IifI Tear of evil effects Atdre6iII GINSENG CO I O 3701 SO JEFFERSON AVE 0II ST LOUIS M- oRrnTo f I I ROBERT P RASH The originator of LOW PRICES is wholesale dealer in FLOUR SALT and solicits tho patronage of the merchants of tho mountainsII He also carries a complete line ofI QegerI MeroRgiseOOlltfll I Embracing everything usually found in I purIchasermoneyHeand Morgan to call and see his goods and learn his prices and su esthat it might pay come prepared to take home a which they will want to buy whenthey learn prices jEsWVill meet any legitimate competition bUYIinK inc c r attJt I II I WINCHESTER KY N H WITHERSPOON President R D HUNTER Cashier i Paid up Capital 10000000 Surplus 2000000 i I Handsome deposit of 40421648 merIchantsI and offen its customer every facility the legitimate most liberal banking terms within the andII I mnnn1nmnmnmmmnm1tnn1 i ry M ETHE LEADING DAILY OF THE 3 w BLUE GRASS REGION IS = j E = i I 1 THE MORNIN6 HERALD 1 EorLexligtoti Kentucky = = It has the funorJated Prow Despatches Special Correspondents cover == ing tbe Bin Ottus full Market Btport accurate and rvllabln nwe from all + = the oil field Base Ball and sporting new a Society and Woman Pare of == gras intercut apeclalrUclra on every question of general intercut- IU =Editorial Page is rcgsizod as the beat is tile State = It now oRsrsa tAP OF KENTUCKY the latest an l best l nUi hed to =every snbscrioer who pays sIx months in advance STAGBFAY =every one worth Ealbr = ST I Now Is the time to Subscribe 300 for Six Months II Z3 t i THE LEXINGTON PUBLISHING CO PMUfffc Eon 3M UllMcU Ky = ip = W UK tiMBCKiNkiMt President DHHA BMCKURIMI Manner = u V lUUUU11 lliliU 1WiUWWW111WWll1JUU UiUUaU lllC- r l c l c j TAYLOR DAY1CARRIES IN STOCK A FULL LINE OF- tLadies Dress Goods l51gji i Gents Furnishings Js ffig 1 Ladies andii I Standard Groceries T O PStI I Lamps and Jueensware U 3 = yWWrC a a Cutlery and Hardware 1rgOHCW a gjInfacteyerythingusuallyf found in firstclass store iii T E DAY MILLINERY CARRIES A COMPLETE LINE OF MILLINERY and NOTIONS LADIES FURNISHINGS DRESS GOODS TRIMMINGSe c RIBBONS HOSE c tAiitl sells everything so low that tho poorest may b- uyCLOTHING I have a nice lot of clothing which I intend 7 to close out and if you want a bargain in this f line do not fail to call at onceRICS OESIAlso I will sell you shoes at 100 that I have always sold at 125 and the same prokthroughRemember for CASH ONLY 1 J 1VIA ROSETHE PEOPLES FRIEND The following nine lots will be sold at a low price for the cash College Avenue I I 5050050I I I sIsIe l 7 at er1cmti t 10 c ct = = ct er Soldf a l I ISold feet J Address COURTNEY McGUIRE Clay City A 0 U W AND RED MENS +SECOND ANNUA- L4OARNIVAL4iMIDWAYSTREET FAIR IMT STERLING KY 6 BIGJULYI 2I2NLI MAGNIFICENT FLORAL AND CIVIC PARADESi i High Class Attractions on Midway by 20 Will S Hecks Mighty Midway Carnival Co 20tJo gpMusic by Celebrated Concert Band of 20 Eminent Musicians in Daily Concert IFor information and catalogue address a C F THOMAS Secretary j i Excursion Rates on all Railroads1 Barastown x GoEIIllOIioQaI tie GOII8g f BARDSTOWN KY Splendidly equipped Boarding School Full corps of excellent teachers Uptodate work done in Artv CollcgQCoursesl ments Confers the usual Literary Degrees Prices Moderate Opens Sept 8 1902 H J CHftEIBRWEXiXi Prel 3 t- D2 Ze Z Lattinon LLl11ditntt fforfonng a adit RICHMOND KENTUCKY J W McGARVEY Jr Presidett Offers advantages no other school in Kentucky affords Situated itit beautiful country Most scholarly faculty in the State Music deptJR Wtravels n table HTWrite for catalogth f W Scrofulajeware entirely free from It- jTinay j develop to slowly as to coxae I r lUe tt any disturbance during the whole iHod of Ht jimach may childhoodII grunt l tnIcury to consumption Store manifcstiti itM lf in much cutaneous era ptlon or jKltilar welling d I est to ic sure that you are quite rrfrom It and tl T Its complete eradica US you on rely u Hoods Sarsaparilla jbe best of all aeines lor alllluluorlI z JPHE HERALD I j tir3 uj I jrJ4 1t t j 11- jrefMJ i tJ 0 r =Fred Hcint ono of our oldest advertisers and a nico gentloWn with all has our thanks for a n gen- Haman ande collar buttons in triple pinto Klondyko But well tell you next week KIDNEYS are strengthened t THE toned by IHoods Sarsaparilla it cures all their ailments pains in the loins and THE BACKACHE Miss Violet Bennett who was a pleasant visitor of Mr and MrL L L Craft for some weeks left foro ofsa few days after which sho will gf to her homo in Cincinnati tt t t For ontlpntlonII leLrnIaxthSnll nn ideal mcdytol Ia J cIJI barmles ulIt r all fold by J c caltlllIOlakCftlldperI I daughYi I ter of our fellowcitizen E F Co editorxand better seyen eighths for a nice tr Y treat of wild goose plums and mol 1 low summer apples For 2Sc in stamps you can got a free trial of Wilsons Tobacco CurolCji Has f30y cured thousandsII I r Henry Blankenship of Pike coun ty is visiting relatives and frends in this section and incidentally I looking out for King Acres who t killed Montcalmo Hatfield for whom there is a reward of s2OO in West Virginia KbcumaKIDNEYt3ra BACKACHE f CUREt1rtnuy Sold by H F 1itratt Hazel treel Ky Have you read the adof tho Co educational College Bardstowu Ky Yes Well read it again and write Prof Greeuwell as to f terms That is a thorough school enIdorseddorsedRejected ManuscriptsIj If you cannot place your stories j send ten cents for a sample copy Ii I of Tim LITERARY Citmc the maga sine for unsuccessful authors Ad dress Literary Critic Publishing Co 50 Broadway Now York y IIdaughterII r you thinking not hadnt you better write IfI dent J W McGarvey jr Institute Richmond Ky lIndisonII Kr an elegant school for t 1 dies CASTOR I AI i I I For Infanta and Children iI TTI tin KM You Have Always BMght nears the III r Hgnatnre of r Rev Morris Nickell left here in 1884 and located in Montgomery I county whore ho lived for some Years then going to Rowan wherej ie abided awhile also He theni sent west ani located in Kansas Parker being tho town He is att i present visiting his brother Holly Wad other relatives and friends for the first time since he left 1I I have an organ of reputable make in good condition it has Been used but liWo2000will1 buy iit Come quick or it will p be ttcone I also have a Royal St r4 John sowing machine with all at C tachments machine is good as new700 will buy it Come on i and get a bargain J T GEVEDON For Rent From Sept 1 1902 HOUSES with 7DWELLING Each with eta- He coal and woodhouse and other becessarY outbuildings Call on address II FPIERArT t Hazel GrconKJ I t COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0aTo insure insertion ALL corres pondence must be in this office byI andIdutyandtLeywIllpapers except for the week they have areiij when they fail to send in their favors they put us to great inconvenience = I SUNNY SIDEIThe young folks of Hazel Green I r just swarmed out this way Sun I lay III Miss Loula Taulbooof Daysboro was a pleasant visitor here Thurs dnyiRov John Brooks attended the quarterly meeting atWalnut Grove i Saturday and Sunday i Mrs Newt Lacy who has been visiting relatives on Grassy for several days has returned homett Mrs Curtis Swango of Chambers station who has been visiting her mother at this place for a weekor t ten days returned homo last Fri I dayMisses Cora and Mary Bronue man of the Heights and Eva Gore I SwangoSprings I ne day last week Edward Oney mado a business If trip to McCausoy Friday and reIt turned with the two plisses Pearl and Virginia who have DuII Itii j Mrs Oney of this place in comI a pany with Mrs F N Day of your town attended the quarterly meet ii ling Sunday at Walnut Grove i Elder C F Oney did tho preaching jIf Ye scribe and brother together sOIciulof your town last Friday night ijj and can vouch for the assertion I that all enjoyed the occasion William Cruey of Lacy was on this side of tho ridge creekI day and ho informed us that twoi lof his daughters Misses Month j II and Nora would teach this year Tho former on Frozen creek Breathitt county the latter on tho head of Rod river in this county July 15 SUSIE SUNBEAM LANE LILIES Gold Bug was on Holly Sun day Florence Horton is unwell atjI this writing J C King was visiting at his i Jl brother Williams Sunday j II Quite u crowd attended Sunday II school and church at Elkins chapel 11 Sunday IlIisses Zerilda and Martha SewI ell made a business trip to LooI City Monday G W King bought of J II i Sewell two hoad of yearling steers Iprice paid 30 Wo are glad to note that John L Sewell ono of our most popular ladies men is his original selfI againT P Sowell was calling on friends residing on an eastern tributary of the Spring branch Sunday Mrs Gardner Vanclevo and her daughter Ellen visited relatives Frozen creek tho latter partof Ion week whoopingicough are rapidly dying away NotI so much sickness in tho neighborhood as former Oat harvesting is tho principal- occupation 1 of the laboring men nf present Tho oat crop is good and wo are having suitable weath or in which to harvest them G W King was calling on Nancy Sewell Sunday Georgo is always a gentlemanly visitor full ofI jokes and fun and we aro al ways tickled to have him come GoV Halsoy of Campton wa on this creek last week buying cattle He bought of Jas F Sowellj three head of threeyearold steer- for 8900 two head of threeyoar old of Geo S Terrell for 55 Dr Whitt is still a sufferor o I sympathetic heart trouble Jo do an act of charity and let him have her back Tlirieo others nearer just as deserving of your kind actsI and lovablo presence and who would no doubt greet you withI broad nnisa A social was given at a near n ghbors Friday night of last mjek and all who participated iinI ita proceedings enjoyed themselves Ammousely NomffianB presentt t r r kCR no drinking and no fighting but the young lady in whoso honor the social eyeblockedmore careful next time That was a terrible blunder July 10 MIKE LEE CITY lovelyinMrs J R Carroll is quite ill but the doctor reports her some better James McGuire of Lane lost a bright 0 pear old bay today Disease unknown beIendIonbanquetiAuguost IPrayor meetings is tho order of the day Christian Endeavor Society is prospering John T Graham will visit rela tions at Mt Sterling the latter part of this month On the 19th of July the demo atILiberty On tho 28th of July Wm Combs of Jackson Ky will entertain his friends and relatives at a family reunion at his homo in Jackson Miss Zorilda Sewell daughter- of Jas Sewell of Lane Ky will teach music at Lee City She is n exceleiit teacher and will begin teaching at once iJ soldimerchandise Terrill will in the future look out for bargains in oakand poplar timber A now post office will bo estab lished at once on tho Frank Rose farm on Rod river Tho same will be called Rose Fork which is already a very important station On last Tuesday night John R Hobbs of Lane Ky had his house burned including 300 worth of merchandise The fire caught from n cook stove and burned at 10 oclock On tho 20th day of this month a party of boys and girls will leave Leo City and Hazel Groon for Mt Sterling Ky to attend tho county ffair beginiug on the 21st und last iing 5 days A R Graham has had a PleasI ant tulle during his lbusiness but will regain his repu tation as a merchant and redeem the old firm and under the same sign will continue to deal bargains jto his customers and friendsIThe growing crops at present appear flattering to the farmers of this country More so than in jtho rich fields of the bluegrass accordingly Oats develop the finest crops that has over been known ini all tho past Corn crops are looking most unusually prosperous and lucky for our people more acreage in Wolfe county than over knowji before God is doing his part and we must do oursiClay Rose tho onco professional gambler and liquor dealer has jlately professed religion and today j Is president of our Christian En deavor Society ho has become per imaneut and is using his personal iinfluence to convert his comrades i in their sins and pomote them into a higher and bettor class of society Here is hoping that ho will ever shine like stars of heaven before his comrades and family and faithful to profession This will please his many friends as well as the writer Ben F Sewell of Campton Ky chief advisor for the republican tintype institution has been leaving moccasin signs behind him as he drives along our sandy roadsbe side the rough and ruggedy shores of Holly he has been strewing granulated sugar along tho way demoscrata Ho tells us in soft words too that ho is our people and laspulling for our weakest candidates Ho is first for Amos Davis second fightsfHopkins a Bill Nigh has already smelt a mice and comes warning everybody in thisnock of the woods to looksharp including the Campton Stamper who has traveled some with the distinguished gentleman building his air and gas castles all un derthe ground Mr Stamper is a good man but Friday was s good dog and only got into bad com pany July 15 Burs NIGH fir CfrMIDIWON COUfltffl DEN SEWELL EDITOR VOLUME INunmEa D Owing to a rush of correpond ouce much of this department is left ovor as also other matter pertaining to the paper Ed Herald MORCANCOUNTYWEST Dr W L Gevedon of Grassy crook niled the pulpit at Wells school house on Sunday Mrs Harlen Coiiloy of Cannel City is quite sick at her fathers J BStamp on Long branch Marriedon Sunday Frank Wells to Miss Mablo Johnson both of this place Rev S J Adams tieing the knotIMrs Emma Perry wifo of John Perry jr of Pomp Ky is very low with measles and not expected to live The K 1 of this place lodge No 110 ha la public iinstallation of officers it the cour house on Saturday Miss Ho tenz Patric c and Miss May daug tor of Judg D May of Salyorsvillc aro guos a of Mrs John S Cnrtorof So th Liberty this week News is lard to catch on the wing the ossipers havo made a contract tc tell their neighbors nothing I wonder who they arc the men or women Yo scribe was present on Sun day afternoon at a musical which occurred at the home Dr B F Carter which for beauty twas hard to excel tho music was rich tho voices clear and each performer a star in the profession Miss Leona Bello Carter was the chosen prima donna of tho beautiful en tertainment Quito a delightful surprise greet ed the town on Saturday night when tho newly organized band broke the stillness of tho night with beautiful gems Their se lections were well received I expect those sons of music will blow their bazoos every night until we are finally carried away in other realms The band comprises 12 musicians with Will Gevedon as leader t July 15 NOSLIW BREATHITT COUNTY CHRISTYIis on the sick list this week j j John Kelly of Gleneairu is cut ting logs for Win Coff j j Frank Catron of Pomeroy ton was in this part looking for a log job Tilden Back and wife were vis iting Mr and Mrs Frank Cobb SundayH Crawford of Boxer was visiting his daughter Mrs Florence Gosney last week Bill Cobb returned back from home to this place Tuesday and reports a nice time on the 4th at McCausey John Brown of Spradling seems to be stuck on some of tbe fair sex very much as he hasnt gone home for quite awhile We have a good Sunday school at this place every Sunday even ing at 2 oclock One Mr Barker of Morgan county superintendent Ben Gosney who is logging fo tho Kentucky k McWeer Lumber I Co got one of his horses leg broken last Thursday had to kill him Ho paid 85 for him just- a few day ago Thos M Tutts funeral will be preached at the Bethel church Wolfe county on Sunday July 20th at 11 oclock by Rev N G Robinson of Myers Nicholas coun ty Also two of John J Tntts children in the afternoon Your scribe accompanied by John Gosney and John Brown visited the flag knob the highest i in this country Sunday and we had a nice view We also killed a largo copperhead measuring about 3 foet reliablyinformed1 soon start to practing medicine under Dr Cope as ho has been visiting the doctor pretty often1 But my opinion is he wants ono of the doctors daughters July 15 C C When you have head ache or neuralgia try Trlphene Sold by 88 Combs Sons Campton andl H F Pieratt Hazel Groen tf r t c LOCAL LACONICS Supt J W Taulbeo was in town Saturday on business I C C Hanks wont to Mt Sterling jlast week on businessII Herbet Byrd the youngest son of A F Byrd and wife is very ill i Douglas Evans and J C Hurst took a delightful buggy ride Sun day last Col Bob Athy and Capt Kelly someIthingders it Next Saturday promises to bo aii i gala day with our democratic I brethren The White Davis bud Hopkins men are on tho hustle and eachside claims tho best chances for the first instruction ExJailer John R Hobbs of holly recently had tho misfortune j conItained200 to 800 no insurance This I iis a considerable financial1 loss a man not a Rockefeller in toII 1 lars i The wife of Samuel P Napier I I died at Lake City Flol on the Jrd iinstant and was brought to this jplace and buried in tho Napier cemetery on the 12th S P Na- pierj and family moved from this I Iplace to Lako City early last springYe I editor is requested by thoso t overIseors i county that in many places the I iroads aro almost impassable and I iif all such places are not speedily put in repair they will be dealt i with as the law directs A hint to jII the wise is sufficientII I Dr J H Stamper reports the jfollowing Born to tho wife of M Reynold July 9th a fine JII Gilly Ann Buchanan wife of W Buchanan who has been near death door for tho last 10 days with fever is now convalescing inicely David Rose sr of Still water is very ill Chances of recovery against him The funeral of Thomas M Tutt allittlealI near Spradling by Revi Nate Robinson and others A large i audience id anticipated as the de ceased was well known and highly respected and has an almost in numerable host of relatives in this Ij and other counties Fine music i will be furni holIj Courtney F Combscommander j inchief M F Horton as teller ofrightsigns Isaac W Combs as fishfrier 1 R Hollon as judge ofgoodwater Cud Horton as TOlson1aBI asi the Campton Sporting Club I and Ilast week sallied forth to the mouth of Cedar on the Kentucky I river to catch fish Previous toII their going M F Horton of right signs notified each and I every one of the club that the sign was just right to catch fish I to let Tho sports report a fine time and lots of fish caught Tho club will meet at an early date for the purpose of considering the ad Stampr er cradlerof oats and Benj I Sowell feederothorses i DoitFailtoTryThii Whenever an honest trial is given to Electric Bitters for any trouble it is recommended for a permanent cure will surely bo effected It never fails to tone the stomachreg ulato tho kidnoys and bowels stim ulate the liver invigorate the nerves and purify tho blood Its I a wonderful tonic for rundown posiIinorvIIneuralgia and expels malaria Sat TaylorDayk Sons Campton drug stores Only 50 cents IDr Harry Phillips J E Bry son and Col Wm Wilson of Nich clue county are among the sleet arrivals at Swango Spring THE HERALD and Twicea Week i CourierJournal is only 125 for i irerlli I iL +GEE4r r Cleoring SalvoCloIhiq9 WE ARE BADLY OVERSTOCKEDI- WE HEED MONEY WE NEED IT BADLY J CLOTHING i iR Reeszl off Manacturersr Cost tIIIc New Goods Latest Styles Best Quality Here is a chanc to get GOOD CLOTHING at the p prices Mens AllWool Sits 400 Mens AllWool Best Flannels ft499 I Mens All Wool Best assimere D I Suits M DUU- This is about the cost o the trimmings 500 MENS LDJTEN I SUITS SuitIIMPORTANT VLBE TSBOYS SUITS BOY SUETS OYS SUITS 49Three j I Suits 40 C4its up to 700 We can show you i better ass rtment than togetherWe who sell the celebrated Alfred enjamin Co Clothing StrausI jjI yiWHEN BUYING WHISKEY f i 1 F i- MaICftL ifb USE OR TO BE USED jItS IIt EVEflftQE You want good pure whiskey and at times all need whiskey either to ward off colds and pneumonia or to build up the system when from overwork or worry the vitality is below parre have good pure whiskey well distilled from choice igrain well aged and matured with special care for 200Isand we pack your jug in a nice plain box for shipping so that no one can tell what you are getting and send you a nice etcped glass and corkscrew free Send us your order and let us prove that we mean what we say Remit by Post Office Money order or registered letter to the x HAGAN DISTILLING CO Lexington K yaCLARK 5 HOWARDIII CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS 206208 E Main LEXINGTON KY Honest material master mechanics and consciencious calculations are their stock in trade Hence it is that satisfaction is guaranteed iiTalkiiiiII satisfied themselves that they tellothers about the merits of Lexington Beer All who use it agree that it is the best beer they everdrank So will you f if you give it a trial J o beer jif I1 receives better taro in the brewing and the bottlingrlJ LEXINGTON BREWING COMPANY W R CRAWFORD CO k Live Stock Commission Mercharilsft FOR THE SALE OF Cattle Hogs Sheep Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI Q iALSO VA Central Stock Yards LOUISVILLE Kg We lure u Ea+tern outlet for all dwintWe stock at kI best Prieu CfialigimitU olktteO All cornpoadeuce hurfBlljMicer l 3 r a- I 2 f I l Costea with stale eggs glue I fJ and other things are r not fit to dri- nkLionGoffaar is pure uncoated coffee fresh strong well flavored Tbuled paokaee IDo q1il1tJAdr rt The Barnum of Fairs and Carnival The biggest amusement event of Eastern Kentucky will be the A f 0 U W and Red Mens Street Fair nud Carnival nt Mt Sterling Ky July 2120 The program in cludes civic and floral parades stock exhibitions horn hall and 6C5 20 big attractions on the Midway A magnificent concert band of 20 pieces will furnish the music A buggy and set of harness valued at V 175 will bo raffled off during tho Fair All railroads entering the city have made excursion b rates Write to C F Thomas sec retary for catalogs Mother Always Keeps it Handy My mother suffered a long timer from distressing pains and general ill health duo primarily to indi r gestion says IJW Spalding Vo rona Mo Two years ago I got l her to try Kodol She grew better at once and now at the age of 70 oats anything she wants remarks t ing that she fears no bad effects as she has her bottle of Kodol handy Dont waste time doctoring symptoms Go after the cause If your stomach is sound your health will be good Kodol rests the stomach and strengthens the body by digesting your food It is natures own tonic Failed to Hang and Escaped Station House Keeper Wilson of Lebanon Ky found George Nel son a negro prisoner hanging from the top of the cage He had torn a bandana handkerchief and mad use of it as a rope The pris oner was cut down apparently life less and carried out into the open ti air A few minutes later while i Mr Wilson had his back turned the dead man revived sufficient to f make a dash for liberty The of ficer had no weapon and thewould escapesDaysCVacation time is here and the- children are fairly living out of doors There could be no health ier place for them You need only t S 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 L used DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve for sorps cuts and bruises II says L B Johnson Swift Tex It is the best remedy on the market Sure cure for piles and skin diseases Beware of counterfeits Charley Herr Goes to Detroit Charles Herr 207 the famous iron horse of the trotting turf 0whois owned and trained by David k Cahill a poor Irish dairyman of Ky will be shipped to kDetroit in a day or two and will likely race every week He was onY badrleg but Uncle Davy has tried him out and he will do He worked IIa mile in 213and pulled up sound Local trainers now say that he will trot in 205or better Cahill win drive him all the time Poisoning the System It is through the bowels that the body is cleansed of impurities L poisonsindullness and melancholia at first then unsightly eruptions and final ly serious illness unless a remedy t t EarlyRiserststimulating the liver and promote easy health yttJjon of the bowels These violently thebowelsperformheIr ordistress tonxElk Fairjj i p andltixpositjon I WorldsFaire seen for I theLexington j j yarInclusivef X11 eaaly feature at the fair I J 111Colsunbian iia I I te rIdsJib r all TaUroads x Prelitalaa hr DOw s Uh i b i COUNTY NOTES LANE LILIES Wake up Susie I miss your letters onco in awhile Lots of rain and hot weather in this neck of tho woods I IIC F Combs of Campton passed through here one day last week Several from this place attended county court at Campton Monday tho 7th I IT P Sowell is paying his re spects to tho popularity of Campton this week Misses Clara and Katherine Vnn cleave were calling round this way one evening last week measles are spreading very I IThe almost all the families on branch have them Wo are authorized to announce j I Dr R B Whitt as a candidate fo i j matrimony in opposition to Jno L Sewoll j I IG W King wont to Campton Monday to do his part of the horse i withihis familliar driedapple sorrel Elisha Roso was hired to teach the school of this place and you writer thinks they could not have employed a young man more mor ally and intellectually deserving LostA bewitching young lady a freckle nose peaked chin slend I er form dark complextion black I hair rounded cheeks and black I frownish eyes Finder will please return to Goo W King and receive I the offered reward of thankful I nessJoseph King and his only love Miss Malisia Brewer and Mis Louisa King were around at Undo Johns one evening last week having their beauties snatched Louisa save the best one for th doctor and one for the soldier I boy I Josephy C King has recently returned home from the army jI IPhilippinesI Ily under Uncle Sams manner o living and training We are glad I to have Joe back among us I Hannibal Hurst one of Camp tons mysterious lights passed I j through this place one day of last i week en routo home front a two weeks visit in Knott county It I seems that Han is a welcome guest wherever he goes and we were indeed glad to see him making iit back with 110 broken or injured j limbsJuly 10 MIKE STILLWATER SPARKLES J1 Taylor went to Camptou on business Monday The oat crop in this section i extra good this season Russell and wife of your I IEI on Stillwatcr Sunday t Several of our young folks spent BridgeIi Mrs Rilda and Mrs Tennessee JHoulsey of Landsaw are visiting hereQuite I a large crowd attended the SunIj Green Chambers and family of the far west are out for a several weeks visit among friends and I relativesII had the pleasure of being andII wetest rat in the bunch on j count of being caught in a very heavy rain- Among those from this place that spent the glorious fourth at Cannel City were Misses Millie Rose MillioCeuter Emmie Wells I and Elisha Rose Roscoe and David Wells All report a fine time emIployooI school this year Elisha Rose Spring branch school on theII creek and Roscoe Wells the bers school Elisha and Roscoe i are excelent teachers and wish iI Miss Sallie the greatest ofsuccess I I in this her first attempt j July 10nEsTO II For SaleII One Fay No8six roll 8 inch i I lightning floorer with beading at I tachment One Fay carriage cut ting O1fsaw F Busn SON Lexington Ky Edwin Gallagher a young man iat Fullerton Ky on July 8th was kicked on the head by a four monthsold calf and received a faaoture of his skull 1 Bright Bays Stated ii BtsiMM The publishers of the famous big illustrated weekly newspaper PKNXSVLNANIA GRIT are now plac ing representatives at every post office in Kentucky and they desire to secure tho services of capable hustling agents in each of the following towns Leo City Daysboro and Stillwater Wolfe county Frozen Creek and Hampton Breathitt county Cannol City Caney May town Grassy Crock and Neola iinI Morgan county and in such otho towns as are not already supplied The work is profitable and pleas ant A portion of Saturday only is required Over 7000 agents are doing splendidly No money whatever is required Everything iis furnished free Stationery rub ber stamp selfinking pad adver tising matter sample copies etc Papers are shipped to be paid for Thosr3 not sold are not charged for Write to Grit Publishing Co Williams I j I port Pa and mention TIlE HAZELrl GKEEV IIERAIn54eow John Pourod aged 00 was fatally crushed on the 8th in the Pa ducah Coal 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Great Educational Contest in which these prizes arc given The subject matter of this great contest is the total vote cast for Governor in the States of New York Pennsylvania and Michigan on the 4th day of November 1002 Every person interested in the science of Government should be interested inltile election in these states An election in New York is always of national tunportt point of political significance Pennsylvania is second in importance only to the great Key Stone State while Michigan is rapidly becoming an important political factor in the sister hood of states Much valuable information can be gained by a study of the political conditions i involved in the elections to be held in these three states = CONDITIONS OF THIS CREAT CONTEST Ever subscriber who remits 100 the regular subscription price for a years sub sription to THE HAZEL CREEN HERALD willreceive a certificate that will secure for him any prize which his estimate entitles him to claim fInaddition to the certificate to each subscriber who remits ftlOO agents will be allowed one certificate for every two yearly subscriptions sent in either new ones or renewals When you send in your subscription also send your estimates of the total vote for Governor in the three states Write your name address and estimate in the subscription hlUlk below and mail to THE HAZEL CREEN HERALDS The contest will close at midnight Nov 3 1902 and no estimate received after that hour will be allowed The oflicial certificates of the Secretaries of the three States showing the total vote for Governor will determine who are entitled to the prizes and tho awards will be made by a disinterested committee of prominent juges just as soon as the official figures can be obtained Here Is fthe List of Prizes THESE FIVE SPECIAL PRIZES WILL ALSO BE PAlO For the nearest correct estimate received before To the nearest correct estimator 1000000 August 1 1902 100000 To the second estimator 300000 For thenearest correct nearest correct estimate received on or To the third nearest correct estimator 100000after August 1 and before August 1 If 100000 To the fourth estimator 50000 For thenearest correct nearest correct estimate received on or To the fifth nearest correct estimator 20000arfter August 15 and before September 1 1GCOCO To tha sixth nearest correct estimator 10000 For the nearest correct estimate received on or To the next 12 nearest correct estimators 1500after Sept 1 and before Sept 15 100000 each 18000 For the nearest correct estimate received on or To the next 27 nearest correct estimators 10110after Sept 15 and before Oct 1 JOOOOD each 27000 To the next 950 nearest correct estimators 500 Total 1000 prize amounting to 5OOOOO each 475000 IIilf In case ufa tie or that two or more estimators are equally correct prizes will be divides equally between 995 prizes amounting to 2000000 0 them VALUABLE INFORMATION To aid in forming your estimates we furnish the follow The total aggregate vote for Governor in theso three ing latastutesin 1894 and 1898 the years in which all three states Pennsylvania elects a Governor only once in four years elected Governors at the same time was as follows Michigan elects a Governor every two years and since 1894 Ia 1894 the aggregate vote for Governor In these three New York has elected n Governor every two years states was 2646616Total vote for Governor in New York in 1894 was 1165085 In 1898 the total aggregate vote for Governor In these II col8 II 1275671 three states was 2752091 uIJOO111 1898 1560What will the total aggregate vote for Governor in these Total vote for Governor in Penn in 1886 was 919213three states be on November 4 1902 Y Figure it out or 1890 928190 guess at it and send in your estimate IT MAY MEAN tt YOUUt ofol I t tt 1K92 468637New York Pennsylvania and Michigan showing the com II II u13M II 416928 bined total vote for Governor in these three states will de willtII 1898 4211611 be made by a committee of prominent judges within 20 1900U 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