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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jbY tRTISIY RATES a lIO 00 j K ijdJ 10009lathes year 7 eti Ilneb AnnouncementsState year ami District K E Comity officers 500 U otlictllOOO Oflit1l10 calls on caiuli i fotra vriteiiisSic Iline W tate or Obttuarits lpolitical Tributes Ac lIre M 1 I by us Sica liner whtrc eupy pared farnisbttI Name as lornls tine j5JS S3 sC THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD== Established March 4 1885 Made Famous In the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell I EIGHTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 24 1902 NUMBER 1 I SriSNCKK COOIKli TEARUIIrI I I Alwmjn In Advance u u 11ii CASTORIAFor I i The Kind You Havel Always Bought I Bears the 14 Signature of III In- Use II l For Over Thirty Year- sCASIORIA IC TMO coU co 0 0 ernII I I I H F PIERATT II C QlICKSALL s H Fe PIERATT i GO DEALERS IN t GGeneral Mcrchndiso Live Stock and Country Produce I IF YOU WANT CHEAT GOODS COME WITH THE CASH as that is the onlysafe anti reliable way to do business PLEASE DO NOT ASK FOR CREDIT f Very respectfully H F PIERATT CO mO1fjTj mined to wind un all my outstand P BtJyff past patronage and moro espoci fl1clly if you will pay me for myq ffg goods you havo consumedfK m I remain respectfully fi H F PIERATT 4 CECIL BROS IfrHavefFnncy Grocers Sell Low for CASH the following goods iMPLLE BUTTER 15c quart jar r JELLIES all kind 3 glasses 25c TEACH LEAF LARD 15c per pound x SUGAR 51 c to GJc per pound y CADOVA COFFEE best in town 12Jc BONNIE ROLLED OATS lOc package SWEET POTATOES canned 15c 1 fqr 25c KRAUT 3 pound can lOc CORN lOc per can w PEAS 2 cans 25c ll HARNESS BRIDLES GRANITE WARE Rc c Everything firs- tdwutd fresh and YOU SAVE MONEY on everything you buy of usII iIiTHE CHICAGO POSTTHE PAPER i Ewr FARMER should read daily The Chicago Post Eun LIVE STOCK Skipper shoH read daily The Chicago Pest Every PRODUCE Skipper should read dally The Chicago Post Even GRAIN Shipper should read dally The Chicago Pest THE GREAT MARKET NEWSPAPER THE REST IS HONE TOO ROOD FOR YOU Subscribe thrown jour commission arm newsdealer or P60 newPI MJreslITWconialatnjttuUadTerUiement Sample copies loat free oa request THE CHICAGO POST CfiTcalr U IOF EVERY e DFORIPTION Tit AND NEATLYtOHEAPLY AT OFFICE AND SATISFACTION UARA1 TEED IN ALL CASES 0 SlBUII YtiBY JOHN II RAJo7ERY T 00o I H E only thing that keptjI j Stepen Webbs friend for Miss Von Wed j IIship from riponingj j a love affair before I the summer vacation came on was her openly avowed contempt for j curios and his no less candid scorn j for genealogical pride Katherino von Wodelstadt was a student in I tho law school and Webb was a senior medico Sho went in for blood and breeding as tangible assets and boasted of her descent from a Revolutionary sire who had bled and died atYorktown Webbs penchant for curios souvenirs rel ics and antiques was his besetting viewland acquaintances into his den to show his stuff He would inevitably succeed in deflecting tho trend of any conversation no mat tor how it started or whither it set into his pet channel Katherino on the other hand while despising all kinds classes and conditions of inanimate an tiquities was abnormally keen about family trees heraldry patronymics and all the dry and dusty lore pertaining to human genealogy Ho and she quarelled regularly every Saturday and mu tual recriminations about ouch others fads always followed Katherine he would snyI drawlingly I sometimes wish you didnt know who your parents wereThis I at tho end of a long ramb ling dissertation of family history I would bring a Hush of anger to the fair cheeks of the girl and she would fly at him with I I presume youre glad you dont know who yours were I You with your musty old skeletons and hateful stone hatchets I I suppose you j are willing to forgot what your auij I cestors did between their orborial days and the Spanish war Prob ably they collected bones and bur ied thorn If they did anything nobler I should think youd be willing to admit Well anyhow Katherino Id like you just as well if your great grandfather had been a hod car rier instead of n Revolutionary hero Of course I like you anyway butIt Who cares whether you like me or not she would snap Tm sure your likes and dislikes are a matter of perfect indifference to me Why then do you object to my liking relics Now take that mummy from the cliff dwellings ItBother your mummies youre a boor Thats what you are And away she would flounce across the campus leaving Webb grin ning at the grass in doubt whether he loved or hated her Katherine Katherine if youd only let up on those ridiculous an cestors I think I could learn to love you II As a matter of fact neither of them knew how fond was tho feel ing between till commencement I day had come and gone and they wore standing together saying good little station the shadi ows make a try for some rovolutionary relics this summer and who knows may be Ill drop in at Norristown You wont object will you Object Steve she said nest ling up to him Id be delighted I will make yoc acquainted with mother and Brother Conrad and Ill promise Steve toTo what Katherino To never mention my dead an cestorsOh thanks I mean dont I mention it But on ono condition Stephen If you come you are not to breathe- awordtomeaboutyourcollection We might aswoll be frank I dont rr M like your curios and you dont like my weakness for lineage so we must make mutual concessions and bo dumb on these subjects All right Katherine I Not a word about relics nor about revolutionary heroes The train swept down towards them and in another moment she was waiving adieu from the vanishing platform Well he sighed that was a happy thought Under tho condi tions I think I will visit Norris town I can rest safe from any of tho old monotonous tales about Great grandpapa Konried Wodol stadt who distinguished himself at Trenton and at Yorktown who fought with Washington etcet eraAnd sure enough about tho mid dle of July Stephen Wobb and six suspicious looking trunks were lined up on tho station platform at Norristown and within an hour the medical studentantiquarian was sitting at the tea table with Katherine her mother and Brother Conrad With pretty conscious ness she avoided tho two topics which had been the bote noir of their university companionship and Stephen had become quite fond of the whole family before it was time for him to retire to his hotelTho next morning while the dew was cold bnd the sun was just poping over the eastern hills Wobb was prowling through the lanes and fielJs about the village with old Castor Dofouba gh tho town drunkard and historiani Steve called on tho VOl Wedol stadts that afternoon but Kather ine noticed that ho was nervous anddistraughtSomething on your mind Stephen sho whispered when he wasleavingYes But I cant mention it You know wo prom ised And he was gone That night was moonless but the clear air enhanced the radiance of the stars till a phosphorescent glow seemed to whiten without illuminating the landscape Con rad von Wedelstadt who was an alderman in the village was com ing homo from a late session of tho council and noticing the orchard gate unchained and opon became suspicious of marauders He stalk ed stealthily along the fence and at last in the dense gloom made by a lowboughed appletree he saw the shadowy form of a man bent over a mound of earth as if digging Hi there 1 What are you up to he shouted whereupon the prowler made off with a clank and a clatter that set all the dogs in the neighborhood barking When Conrad told his story in the morning Mrs von Wedelstadt laughedUnless he was burying treas ure I dont see what he could find worth digging for in our orchard she said But Katherine turned pale and saidWasnt there an old grave out there somewhere- I believe that old mound near OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidaeys Make Inptre Bleed All the blood In your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes Its a kidneys are your blood purifiers they fil ter out the waste or Impurities in the blood If they are or out of order they fall to do their work cess of uric acid In the neglectedkidney unsteadyVthey had heart trouble because the heart Is overworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries It used to be considered that only urinary kidneysbutJ1earlyallning In kidney trouble K you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and Is sold on merits fiftYIcentmay have The sick Painsachesandrheumatism The assample bottle by mall sae3 otlaosoot free also pamphlet telling you how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writMIc Dr Ktbasc Co BteghamtoaN Y 1I j L rIQ I tho crab tree was a grave mother said Conrad But when after break fast they sallied out to inspect the scene they found only a freshly turned heap of sod and soil and tho footprints of tho midnight digger Kathorino was pale and startled all that morning but at noon Stephen his face radiant and laughter on his lips came to take her walking When they had como to tho old churchyard in tho outskirts of tho village sho said Stephen you were in our orchard digging last night What did you find He leaned against tho vinoclad wall of the crumbling stono and laughed like a faun Look out Kate ho gasped at last thats dangerous ground 1 Have you forgotten our promise But this has nothing to doOh yes it has It has to do with both your fad and mine and we must change tho subject Then ho told some of his best sto ries and they walked for hours in tho forest till coming out again into the sunlight ho kissed her for tho first time and quite serious now said Then it is settled Kate We shall drop our fads forevermore say nothing of curios or ancestry and live happily for all time All right Stove sho murmur od and her head was on his breast When Stephen Wobb wont to his hotel that night he packed and locked up all of his trunks but one Its a pencil of a collection he sighed and this last is the crown jewel He lifted from the table a rusted saber of heroic workmanship and with loving fin gers patted tho hilt upon which black with the mold of a century- or more yet roared the rampant eagles of Germany He laid the old weapon down with tender care and picking up a tiny cross which lay snug in a nest of white cotton he held it up and with a queer smile read the inscription Konreid Kedolstadt von Zwin gorberg IIesse1751- Stephen was laughing softly to himself as he muttered Poor WatherinelI No doubt your ancestor did fight with Wash ington The rascally Hessian STATE OF Ouio CITY OK TOLEDO ssLucAsFrank J Cheney makes oath that he 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 case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh cure FRANK J CUE EY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of December A D 1886 W GLEASON S jl lA PublicSEAL 5Notol 5 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY Co- Toledo O Sold by druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best Road WaioiRace at Elks Fair A new feature announced for the Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival August 11 to 16 inclu 1ive is a wagon road race for a 100 cup The horses are to bo owned in Fayette county and are to be the bona fide property of those entering According to tho rules of the race further the nomina ted horses must not have received track preparation 80 days prior to thorace The oventswill bo for both trotter and pacer with nonpro fessional drivers to drive mile heats best two in three The entries to these races will close Saturday August 9 tho en trance fee being 5 to be paid at that time Hopples in this race will be barred and a ribbon will go to the second You cannot buy standard pianos organs buggies sowing machines clocks watches and jewelry as cheap any where else as you can of me Come and see samples and you will be convinced You do not have to risk your money with mailorder houses tf J T QEVBDON t f I Hair Falls I tried Ayers Hair Viler to stop my hair from falling Oil half a bottle cured me J C Baxter Brtidwood 111 Ayers Hair Vigor is certainly the most economical preparation of itsIkind on the market A wayItit to stop falling of the hair make the hair grow grayhairIf dru yousendzprcMyouof your AddreaiJ Old Stories of Gold Rerivei Bill Houston n negro who has boon digging wells in McCracken county for 40 years has made a wonderful discovery on the farm of Robert Fisher near Paducah While digging a well he struck a bed of white sand at a depth of 16 feet in which queer creations of iron were scattered like raisins in a pudding Tho bowlders or nuggets ranged in size from a hens egg to great lumps that would fill a flour barrel They were lying about loosely in the sand and there were thousands of them Nearly all were round or oval shape and some had jagged corners The outside of them is covered with a reddish rusty sedi ment of iron- Picking up one of the bowlders the old darky shook it Ho was astonished to hoar a subdued splashing inside He split it open It was hollow and filled with blackish water which proved to be pure and sweet despite its color and had a slight taste of iron The material of which the shelh are composed appears to bo al most pure iron ore The neigh borhood is greatly stirred up ovei the discovery Years ago a golt mine was believed to havo heel found near the same place Electric Belt 01 Trial To introduce it andobtain agent i the undersigned firm willsend a few of their Electric Belts on tria on tho following terms 100 to be paid in ten days if the Bel b proves beneficial and the balanc 200 to be paid in sixty days if the Bolt effects a cure These Belts are a positive cure for Rheum tism Neuralgia Kidney trouble Stomach and Liver trouble Asth ma etc Address at once GERMAN ELECTRIC AGENCY tf P O Box 1874New York NYj New Bank at Salyersville A state bank with 15000 cap ital was organized at Salyorsvillo the county seat of Magoffin county Saturday Capt Jeff Prater E L Stephen George Carpenter D n Patrick and Ike C Adair are tho directors The officers are all home men except Ike C Adair and are among the wealthiest and most influential men of the coun ty Mr Adair is a successful bank promoter of Fordsville Jackson Hustler Acts iMMeiiately Colds are sometimes more troub lesome in summer than in winter its so hard to keep from adding to thorn 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 Mrs Eva Bartloy of Owensboro sister of Field Long who was shot by a woman in a resort at Owens boro a few days ago was arrested on tho 15th inst on a warrant from Ohio county charging her iwith killing her child Vitaa Ore will relieve you of all aches and pains Agents wanted Applytour address with stamp Spencer Cooper Hazel Green KyI IITmHERALDandMonthlyWorld one a year t 1iSUBSCRIPTIO1 1 + Single copy +date after your name indicates you are paid to You should 10 days heron time is out andSgive poitoffice county andii IIThewhen changed renewing or to have your should be made by M letter or bank draft J +COUNTY + DIRECTORY + i I I HAZEL GREEN POLICE COURT H F riERATT Judge J M NICKEL Marshall W N NICKELL Deputy Marshall i BOARD OF TUSTEES W O MIZE ChairmanrW H CORD a JOHN D DAVIS i JOHN M ROSE JOHN H ROSE ICIRCUIT n COURT Third Monday in January Fourth Monday in April and Third Monday in September DAVID B UEDWINE Judge i AF BYRD CommonwealthsAttorney J F VAJJSAST Master Commissioner C C HANKS Trustee Jury Fund 0COUNTY COURT First Monday in each month JudgeWFRANK STAMPER Sheriff AttorneyJS N Hoiius Assessor i SurveyorFRANK J W TAULBEE County Supt 4 0MA- GffiTRATESCOURTS 1 TIME OF HOLDING AND OFFtcIAisI a SHOCKEYMsgistrate r courtSECOND DISTRICT JOHN D ROSE JR Magistrate i S N NORMAN Con stable Court days First Thursday isIFebruar May August and THIRD DISTRICTW B NovemberII I ConstableCourt MarchJune FebruaryMay ConstableCourt FOURTH DISTRICT R R LEGO I CHAMBERSMagistrate I BANKS Constable Court days p ThirdII andNovember oUNlIragii MarchJuneOLIYERMagistrate time for holding court Lexington and Eastern Raillayi I rime Table la Effect ray 18 1902 EAST BOUNDII No2 I No4 STATIONS Daily ex Daily Sunday t i A3LLyeLexington Winchester 3 10 pm 8 25 am LKJancu 3 22 pm 8 37 amiClay City 3 Mi pm 9 13 am Stanton 4 116 pm 9 23 am Nat Bridge 4 35 pm 9 54 am Torrent 4 4J pm 10 08 Beattyve Jc 5 11 pm 10 29 amII Jackson 6 15 pm 11 30 WEST BOUND No t No3 STATIONS DullySunday pmTorrent 401pmStanton pmClayLEJnnon 9 lOam 5 118 pm Winchester 9 2S amb 20 Lexington 10 10 am I 6 05 mKl MllnarerlCBAS 1 T It MORGAN S P A 0 I L BRANCH Tim Table ia Effect Juiary 1 1HI EAST BOUND WEST BOUND No21I I Daily ex Sunday Sunday a m arr p m lev pmI8 30 am Hampton U 10 pm 7 45 am Lee City 3 00 pm 7 35 amHelechawa 3 10 pm 7 00 amCannel City 3 45 pm M L CONLEY Superintendent r t ROSE WHEELERI PRACTICAL BLACKSMITHS ANDrWACONMAKERS1 HAZEL GREEN KT ftEInrite the attention of the farmers of this vi cinity to their im and wagonmiking w IfaciJltiesI of all kinds first class mechanic in the execution ei allwork entrusted to them and satiate tion is guaraateed inn cases Buggy building and wagon tnakl are our apecialties Your Patroaars itl1arpreclated s E k WaEIL1IILa1 jjtg u HF mE HERALD I i SPENCER COOPER Editor t KYtTilE congressional convention meets at West Liberty today and it now looks like Hopkins Indeed he may be nominated on the first ballot But if not ho is almost I sure to go in on the second All the Sandy Valley counties in structod for him first and Magof r fin and Meiiefeo gives him first in structions Montgomery givesi White first and Hopkins second Morgan instructed for Davis with a Hopkins delegation Brenthitt goes uninstructed with a Hopkins delegation and Clark gives White first with Hopkins second After f the first ballot or anyhow after a few ballots the hindmost man will be dropped Suppose that to be Judge Davis as ho has fewer acredited delegates than any one else Well Morgan county goes to Hopkins and there you are At any rate it is quite safe to say that Hopkins will be the democratic candidate for congress from the Tenth district before the sun down on Friday and his goesII the constitutional convention is sufficient evidence that ho is eminently I equipped for the position i othIerasI good a man as could be chosen for j the position He is a lawyer of more than ordinary ability a farm produceingiiducts of the soil and above all he is a man who does not drink or have aught to do with intoxicants As a crowning sheaf to his char I actor he is a citizen of whom TtiI that he will anyfl I who know him or know of him i I CROCKETT COLD IRo1 tells us that i within three miles of Hazel Green he purironwidth of these veins but he says j I that the quantity is inexhaustible and he knows what iron ore is because ho worked at the old Estill furnace andother places He says two or three men can dig iit out faster than 20 teams can haul1 it away and that it is extraordi narily rich Now if any capitalist e wants to investigate this mat ter we will take pleasure in givin them our assistance and can also promise that Mr Coldiron will1 point out the spots and give another j 00 desired information of which I he may be possessed We have al ways maintained that the earth f benath our feet is rich in mineral wealth and this is only corrobor ative of what we claim Papers interested in the development Eastern Kentucky will confer a favor by calling attention to this article that prospectors may iin vestigate and invest In the mea 00 time we ask that any of our citizens who may know of similar veins of oreiron or other mi- k eral such as zink leadcwillI l j bring us specimens and give us the location of such minerals The quicker we get this country developed 1 the quicker we will enjoy our now hidden wealth SOME of the newspapers have announced that John BChenault the present insurance commissioner connected with the state audI 3 itprs office will be a candidate J ryj5 Coulterihefor Mr Chenault in the last race for that office and unless something now unseen intervenes it will make a plea for his nomination on timfo f contending candi date against Mr Coulter in the f Alastraco is evidenced by tho posi f z tion he now holds it being award ed him as a compromiseMLJ 1 it qualifiedfort andltor and no S nicer gentleman or better demo I Tc Yif ever aspired to an tilted po IN tMiH M HIra errs for Cho n jit t f1irt THE HERALD would have been proud to publish in this issue the proceedings of the county convention at Campton on Saturday But ji as it was not furnished with any I copy of that kind it mnst needs forego that pleasure And since we are on this subject it is proper I perhaps to say that the absence 25ofthat august body may have caused us to innocently make an incor rect diagnosis of the deliberations of the convention today Saves a Wonui Life To have given up would have meant death for Mrs Lois Cragg of Dorchester Mass For years she had endured untold misery I from a severe lung trouble and obstinate cough Often she writes I could scarcely breathe and sometimes could not speak All doctors slid remedies failed till I used Dr Kings New Discov ery for consumption and was com plotoly cured Sufferers from coughs colds throat and lung trouble need this grand remedy for it never disappoints Cure is guaranteed and for sale by J T I Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sons Campton Price 50c and 100 Trial bottles free IA Card to His COJllltihleBcyI CAMPTON KY July 22 1902 inEditorj you please give me a little space in your paper If so I will subjj mit the following for publication The report is being circulated by malicious persons that owing to my carelessness etc several pris oners have escaped from the Wolfe county jail All kinds of lies arett being circulated against me in connection with the escape of cer tain prisoners As jailer of Wolfe county I will say that I nm mak j ing as good a jailer as I know how and I am discharging my duty as such to the best of my ability A short time ago three prisoners i made their escape namely Caney Minton Melvin Center and Wil j liam Bryant How they escaped I do not know I locked them securely in their cells at night and carried the keys in my pocket only had three keys The other prisoners who were in the jail at the time know this to be true l he keys were never out of my f possession at any time As to how they got out and by whom the I doors were unlocked I can not say j I to me this is a mystery as dark ajII midnight I hope that the good people of Wolfe county will notII blame me as Iam trying to do I my duty as a jailer to the best my ability ofII I have not forgotten the peoplej who elected me and by no act of mine will they ever have cause to regret my election I propose to j j discharge my duty as jailer regard 1lase of any mans opinion I believe in upholding the laws of my country But there are some men who dont want the law enforced mga Thunking the people for electing 1me I beg to remain Very respectfully J B LITTLE Jailer NOTICE Parties desiring a good safe iin moteofwith an excellent rate of interest write us for particulars A resident solicitor wanted Inn vestment Co 703 Baer Building Pennn I I Cue For Christian Coiiiieratiti Archelaus Puckett who has been in an almost dying condition for some time was on Sunday after noon baptized He was so emaci ated and so enfeebled that the water of a branch near where h lives was dammed up until it con tained sufficient to cover him an in this he was immersed by Rev H D Adams assisted by Rev Sam Taulbee Apropos THE HERALD again calls attention to the fact that this family is sorely in need Bro Adams on Wednesday raised 355 among tho citizens of town with which enough provision was purchased to supply their immediate needs but the good workcan go on for sweet charity Remem ber that while the wife still has health she is bryken down from ipvework and just a mite from each one of the village and vicin ity will enable her tp regain lost vitality and a few days vacation from tke vfcisitudeg of which this family are now victtalaxy iiiii 11 u aXil Ue to yew And say some other salve ointment lotion oil or alleged healer is as good as Bncklens Arnica Salve tell him thirty years of marvelous cures of piles burns boils corns felons ulcers sate scalds bruises and skin eruptions proves its the best and cheapest cts at J Taylor Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sons Camptou drug stores The democrats of Wolfe county mot here last Saturday in mass convention for the purpose of sel- ectingi delegates to the general convention at West Liberty on the 24th of this month Hopkins Davis and White were the three star attractions that drew from 400 to 500 democrats to the convention It was a threecornered mixedup and tangled fight throughout but the gods decreed that White should win the day which he did but it was a close rub Only two lines were formed the DavisHopkins men on one side and the White men on the other The White workers outgeneraled the other side inasmuch as they got a considerable number of Davis men to stand in the White column After White won the day his friends displayed their liberality and a game in politics by first- structing for Davis and second for White Many of the un terri fled were boozed up to a high pitch enthusiasm and evinced a readiness to fight for their men in more ways than one Pistols knives and bottles at intervals were flourished in a way that lent excitement liveliness and magnifi cence to the occasion In the end civil and religious government tri umphed The convention was fair 1 ly harmonious j but it was noisy and no Sunday school affair Floyd Byrd Weed Congleton Jake Folks and their like rejoiceth in victory j but verily we say unto you that Jonas Vansant Green tberry Stamper Bud Duff Bob Carroll and their like liveth har in their defeat Campton Courier Loss of Vitality jIs loss of the principle of life and Is earn Ini dicated by failing appetite and diminishing SarsaparlllIa i e organs and builds up the whole system Monroe Wood accidentally shot Ihimself in the knee yesterday an the wound may prove a dangerous He was revolving a 38cali lone revolver while resting near a a spring in Trimble Bend when iit went off accidentally and the ball1 penetrated the left knee joint Burnio Finch was with him andI brought him home in his wagon Dr Waldeck dressed the wound and thinks he will get all right soon Keep It ia Your Hoe And when the bowels fail to set prop erly take a dose of LYONS LAXATTVB SYRUP It acts gently but effectually on the kidneys liver and bowels i will keep four system in good working order and sake your complexion clear Sold by J C Stamper Grassy Creek While repairing the storehouse of W T Caskey yesterday Taylor Whaley found a twofoot rule that he had left on a sill of the build iig 12 years ago At the time he thought some one had stolen iit i and said so Send 85c and get a free trial of Wilsons Morphine Cure j tested successY f 30y Calvert Texas This Offer L rr 30 Days Oily I126 As wo are bound to some money with raiseII next 30 Days we during that time take subscriptions I to THE HERALD and the Courier Journal twice a week takSlOld subscribers may 1251i 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 or more will take advantage ofi comeepractically in alump will compen and1 d f Kelm sreZely Often the over taxed organs of digestion cry gut for help by dys pepsias pains nooses dizziness headaches liver complaints bowel disorders Such troubles call for prompt use of Dr Kings New Life Pills They are getle thorough and guaranteed to cure 25 cents atJ T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs k Sons Campton drug gistsIWill Green who loft for Lexing ton only last week came back Fri day and closed in the academy with rough lumber until ho can hang tho doors W T s CA8KEY HAZEL GREEN KY Deal K in General MerchandiseI and Country Produce HAS NOW ON HAND A LARGE well selected stock of Dry Goods 8l Notions GENTS FURNISHING GOODS LADIES AND GENTS TIES READYMADE CLOTHING HATS AND CAPS BOOTS AND SHOES PATENT MEDICINES DRUGS OILS c Ac- Jgyln fact everything usually kept ii- a in firstclass general store Call and ex amine his stock and hear his prices H a will treat you nicely ConstipationD- oes your head ache Pain back of your eyes Bad taste in your mouth Its your liver Ayers Pills are liver pills They cure consti pation headache dyspepsia2- 5c All druszlitj letaetUolbrosaevtkbblaekt BICKIIIfiHAHSDVEMS NTLNae1 0 a P 1 ce aH Deetnod Tin Volcanus Deadly Work Br Prof Charles Morris LL D Most in publishedCompletegreatest disaster that ever befell the human race greater even than Pompeii Tells how Martinique one of the most beautiful islands in the world was suddenly trans formed into a veritable hell About 500 pages profusely illustrated with photographs taken before and after disaster Practically ouly Martinique Book in th Navindi nu g eciea tifically accurate 150 AGE X T S WANTED Enormous profits for those who act quickly Most liberal terms Out fit 10 cents Dont lose a minute Send for outfit IMMEDIATELY and be at work The chance of a lifetime for making money 1CLARK It CO 222 S 4th St Philadelphia P salOe I MRYBOW ISCOHIft L Whefc you have head ache or neuralgia try Triphene Sold by SS Combs Sons Campion and If F Pieratt Hazel Green tf ROBERT P RASH The originator of LOW PRICES is wholesale dealer in FLOUR SALT and solicits the patronage of the merchants of the mountains He also carries a complete line of GUtefilI PIOfonanffiso fyGonntrg Prate Embracing everything usually found in a firstduns country store and the pur cheer nay rely always upon Retting the moneyHeand Muigan to call and see his goods and learn his prices and suggests that it might pay come prepared to take home a load of goods which they will want to buy when they learn prices competitionCall jCsaf Will moot any legitimate buyingMcCausey KyI UIDUCTO vega1 Rtiyelyand permanently E superflous eliminates CURE flesh ABSOLUTE corpulency It is aandEE and as harmless as fresh air D Thousands of patients have Dused this treatment Phy sicians endorse it Write U us FREE for sample TREATMENT toU Send 25 cents to cover postage C etc confidential Correspondence strictlyC plum sealed package homeitfear of evil effects Address T COO 0 BIDUCTOindte t WINCHESTER KY PresidentoB D HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 10000000 Surplus 2000000 40421648Thi chants farmers traders and business men Kentuckyaevery I ofleritimate 11lJuIfHITS r JI1fWSM lIJfFAIN BAlla IATlIiIGTlY lllra fEANBEa PEUMINAAYGITILOGUE J HOW REfiDY Oft APPLICATION RfDUGED rProfit Sharin- gCincinnati awt Tn Enquireraaldw 97000 Intelt and protabkstwdy A contest that will familiarize them with the population votiag power and government of the State of Ohio The Problem is generalS12000 will be presented to one making the nearest correct estimate 12000 additional iif an exact correct estimate is made making a total of 24000 for a correct estimate An additional sum of 10000 win be given by the Daily Enquirer fox an exact correct estimate ifreceived on or before July 31 iooa provided t such estimate is made by a monthly subscriber to the Daily Enquirer at time of making such estimate There are 4187 cashjprues in all several of which equal a lifetime competence 100 for a fears subscription to the Weekly Enquirer entitles subscriber to one estiHUte 150 for a monthly subscription to Daily Enquirer entitles subscriber to oae estimate subscribcntoadditiouIestimateDo thisProitbeaadenIeIaadSeed for dfOskrsi Masks etc to INQVIftE PROFITSHARING BUREAU JOE ji6 Ccutna O f It Ffl rI a i + It 0 tr 1 l lf L i J TAYLOR DAYfx CARRIES IN STOCK A FULL LINE OF 1 Ladies Dress Goods FurnishingsLadies Standard ShoesII Lamps and Queensware Cutlery and Hardware Boots Shoes Hats Caps usuallyfound NIAY MILLINER CARRIES A COMPLETE LINE OF MILLINERY and NOTIONS LADIES FURNISHINGS DRESS GOODS- TRIMMINGS c RIBBONS HOSE c fpVAnd sells everything so low that the poorest may b- uyCLOTHINOI IIhave a nice lot of clothing which I intend i thisii ocEAlsoI at 100 that I have always sold at 125 and the same pro III I throughRemember for CASH ONLY I J 1Ww ROSETHE PEOPLES FRIEND The following nine lots will be sold at a low price for the cash I College Avenue I I J I Address COURTNEY McGUIRE Clay City Bardstown GoEguoaIioa1 GoIIee M I BARDSTOWN KY ian Splendidly equipped Boarding School Full corps of excellent teachers Uptodate work done in Art CoIIegeCoursesments Confers the usual Literary Degrees Prices Moderate Opens Sept 8 1902 x at citssrwaBXiZf we Aadi onjjI1 titute r oung aditfj RICHMOND KENTUCKY J w McGARVEY Jr President rqbeautifulA ment unsurpassed Frequent illustrated lectures by the President on Ue travels in Europe and the Holy Land Sickness almost unknown Good table WWrite for catalog w I THE LEADING DAILY OF THE I BLUE GRASS REGION IS I TilE MORNING HERALD 1 eOfLexlHgtoa Kentucky E It baa ihufnll Awodntcd PrcwDcHpatch i8pocialCom itonirnt ii r WtheBlue tine fall Market Reports accurate and relail nw from1I s throat field Sere Ball and Kportine news a Society Iud WumanV lsed= ana IAlerut apodal articles on every question of reiimnl Interest = IU Editorial Pate rccogalzea as the teat U the State = It now ofrera a MAP OF KENTUCKY the lau and but publiabrd to r every imlwcriooc who pays six months ia advance = It U now giving with lla Sunday paper the beautiful serfa of STAGSt t = FA V CUllKS imp by tba Burr Mclntoafc Studio every one of them wurib a duller I w I Now Is tke Ute Sulmcrltw 300 for Six Months Jj THE LEXINGTON JPUBLISHING CO Pat ffic0 Bex 3M Led tM Ky W U l ttVXCXIMllMC PrwUwtt DittBA tUiBCKISHIIXIKMaiui cult Digestio idyspepsia tt tokes We miserable j gtgeitn eat not because they want to ratIImPly because they mutt 1fknow they are Irritable and fretful ytfce cannot be otherwise i ffciy complain of a bad taste In the h ti a tenderness at the pit of the Momp 5a uneasy feellns what y fulness heirtbunl anti not l8cllectna1 remedy proved by perma Ht cores of thousands of severe cnscs Is k Hoods Sarsaparilla saocw Yrtta sre the caUlarUcb reK I Curtis Qnicksall of Loo City was ifcking hands with friends in i tow fl Sunday Every man in the land should have a set of rolled gold collar and ed cuff buttons Fred Heintz sells I J them at 10 cents for the fourandw lever buttons too Why ho must DWD a gold mino to enable him to ioso Send him 10X for a set OBE CURED of rheumatism with nil its lameness aches and- piles take Hoods Sarsaparilla You to rfWt be sure to GET HOODS l it J W StPger of Olive Hill state organizer of the Junior Order United American Mechanics was a rtnsitor to our town Monday He recently instituted a council of the order at Caney and one at Lee a fCity also He will assist in insti f toting a lodge of Odd Fellowsat t lee City this week For ConntipatloR IllssUtMtier any jwrdioggiit will refund the money Price Sc Sold by J C Stamper Grassy Creek ft Frank Brenneman last wleek j bought of John Swaugo 175 ac hof land lying upon the waters resII Falling Water There are no prpvemeuts worth speaking ofbut i there is some good timber and s two cabins Mr Brenneman will y build a dwelling and remove there 1 sometime in the course of the year L The prico was 1350 4 I tIsend ten cents for a sample copy v of THE LITERARY CRITIC the maga i sine for unsuccessful authors Ad t dress Literary Critic Publishing Co 50 Broadway New York tf i Judge French of Winchester daughtersYMrs Holly Withorspoon and Mrs Henry Yuutsoy and grand daugh ter was a guest of the Day House Monday night They came here v to drink Swaugo water but theti accommodations not being such as to suit them they camp into town and returned home the next f morning after spbnding a pleasant night at the Day House Perr Rent From Sept 1 1902 DWELLING HOUSES with 1 7good gardens Each with sta ble coal and woodhouse and oche f necessary outbuildings Call on address H F PIERATT etr Hazel Green Ky J 4 In a drunken brawll on MillI i eeksix miles west of JacksonI I John Oaks shot and killed his p nephew Elijah Coldiron and mort ally wounded Benton Blanton j Sunday night Blanton is just home from tho Philippines where ie served three years in the United States army Ho is a son of W pH Blanton county attorney of Breathitt county For 28c in stamps yon can get a free trial of Wilsons Tobacco Cure f RIB cured thousands WILSoNf430Y jt Ckarged With Horse Stealing p Sheriff Neeley of Owsley county jt and a gentleman by the name of Breeding were the guests of Char ley Cecil Tuesday night and they i informed him that they were enI 1route to West Liberty to secure one Willie Johnson who stole ai horse from Mr Breeding some timeI r j last spring which he sold in Pike county Johnson who goes by x jrU several aliases but whoso name 1 is X Bryant was arrested at West Liberty i a short time since for passing 5 f j1 i forged check upon a merchant r of that place bearing tho signal t tare of Clay Rose of Lee City and has since been in jail v THE HERALD and TwiceaWeek I CourierJournal is only 125 fory J 12 months with Weekly Enquire p for same time 185 And now ifc the time to subscribe Ia tt I fen Karikil Killed at Jaokwi The news reached here by tele phone on Tuesday morning that James Cockrell marshal or dep uty of the town of Jackson was killed at that place Monday after noon about 1 oclock He was the courthouse going in the direction of the L S E depot when he was fired upon from an window of the courthouse someone unknown and unseen Three bullets penetrated his body = and they proved to have been fired from a Winchester repeating rifle Ho was not killed outright and friends hastily secured a cot upon which ho was carried to the train I but ho died on tho train The dead man was a brother of Tom Cockrell who some time since killed Ben Ilargis putinington Morning Herald that Cock rell did not die until 0 oclock = Tuesday morning when ho breath his last at the Good Samara tin hospital in that city whither he taken after being shot to have the best surgical treatment Tho remains were shipped back to Jackson Dont Fail to Try This Whenever an honest trial is given Electric Bitters for any troubled is recommended for a permanent cnro will surely be effected It = never fails to tone the stomachreg ulato the kidneys and bowels stimulate the liver invigorate tho nerves and purify the blood Its wonderful tonic for rundown systems Electric Bitters positively cures kidney and liver troubles stomach disorders nerv ousnessjsleeplessness rheumatism SatisfactionTaylorDay storesOnly A Probable Homicide John Maddox was knocked in tho head at Leo City Saturday evening by Clay Rose and had his skull broken by a lick from an axo handle Maddox as wo hear of the affair had been in two or three places usingi profane llanguage rather profusely and went into Roses store When he was told Rose that ho must quit swear 1 ng or get out he replied with an oath that he would not do so at the same timo emphasizing his ro mark by thowing a bottle at Rose which he dodged In return he threw a jug at Maddox and caught him by the shoulder to eject him Maddox caught the door facing I with his right hand and told Rose ho doubted his right to put him out Roso replied that he would put t him out and at the time reached and got an axe handle with which be struck Maddox across J the loft temple and jaw Maddox fell out into the street and whentt picked up it was discovered that his head was crushed in and there was a gash in his cheek an in ht or two in length from which the blood gushed quite freely The wounded man was then put into homerUp to 12 noon on Monday he had never regained consciousness and Drs Carroll and Nickoll who at I tended him said he could not 1 live j I have an organ of reputable make in good condition it has boon used but litfe 2000 willII buy it Come quick or it will be gone I also have a Royal St John sowing machine with all atjj machine is good as cnew700 will buy it Come on and get a bargain J T GEVEDON Mason Ingram had the misfor tune one day last week to have hisI left foot badly smashed Ho was hauling saw logs down at Whittle ton and had two large logs on when by a misstep his foot was caught under ono of tho wheels But fortunately it struck the stump pfa sapling causing it deflect so that the full weight di l not rest upon it Anyhow it is bad enough and he will go 0 crutches for some time CASTORIAfor laats and Children Tfci M Yw Ian Always frighttt- t t Dears U8 jPjAafofSignal of WS SiZTfeZtf Wilrion and J E Bryson Mornin Glory J M OBryan and Dasha Lucas Paris Dave FouaheeLexing ton are among the Swango Spring a4letaa v st y c Mr and Mrs W C Pryor andILucy Taylor of LaGrapge Hr and Mrs H G Garrett Misses j Minnie Grace Dailey and Msttte Garrett Judge Frfcnoh andNrife Mrs H E Youtsey MM N H MargaretSparthe Combs House where they will spend a couple of weeks for health l pleasure and something good to oat Campton Courier i m CUBA j where it iihet all the year roar Scotts Emulsion sells betty than arty where dieII Sodoatstoptaklagit what you hayeraInedfj ISCOTT4094 yocdand Street luxr a11 dru giststsy- orlcCOUNTY NEWS NOTES 0 I STo insure insertion ALL corres byMondaythat nearby on Monday morninaII Onr correspondents are derelict indotj i and we want to sap that henceforth they will not receive papers except for the j week they have news letters We are upon them for the news and when they tall to send in their farora 1 they put us to great inconvenience SWANGO SPRINGS SAYINGS Jno Rose of Lacy creek was on this side of the hill Friday Mrs Lou Neff of Maytown vie itod her cousin Mrs D B May Saturday 1 Boone May and daughter Miss I Mabello spent last week visiting friends and relatives in Jackson Lanford Craft and wife of Hazel Green stopped with us Sunday on t their way home from a visit at their fathers on Grassy David Foushee of Lexington Mrs Mary McDanold of Judy Jas OBrien and Desha Lucas of ParisIIb aro the new ones at the Swango House this week I Edward Gore and niece Miss Eva who have been recuperating- at the Springs for three weeks past left for their homo at Car lisle Tuesday Miss Eva made many friends in this vicinity who are sorry to give her upEJuly 22 UNOii MORCAN COUNTY WEST LIBERTY WISPS Sam Wilson will soon be through painting outside of tho Commercial I InnII Joo Cockrell the barber ofour I town has sold a Rouse and lot in j North West Liberty to Harlon Conley of Cannel City Possession j Jive at once Tho writer being somewhat sick I together with the sealed lips of the gossippcrs is an excuse for such a short letter this weekISilence seems to reign lIupremeJThe town hot felt a chill For once in history yea tis true That woman tongue iU still The county congressional convention met at this place on the 1 19th and instructed delegates to cast their votes for Judge Amos Davis on the 24th Everything ipassed off quietly between 500 and 000 people were here Sam Turner will move to the country as there is not a house in town to rent he having to give possession where he now lives ItI seems to me it would be a good investment for some one to build some cottages to rent as rents are high and houses always in de mand at good prices The prospects for the beginning of work on theWest Liberty and Morehead railroad are flattering at this time Work was suspended last January for the want of funds but the officials of the road now claim they have secured enough money to complete the road to donetoyearlQuite a gathering met at th theu18th inst Youth beauty music and fashion shone their brightest on the occasion Miss Beulah Thomas played the role of entertainer in her usual splendid style After the entertainment they partook of some ice cream and other viands Among those present w I noticed the young cashier of tho bank W D Archibald NosttwBWhen you have head ache or neuralgia try Tnphene Sold by S S Combs dcdoaer Campton andl H F Pieratt Hajwl Green tf V 4 CfftOIt i- cowBEN SEWELL EDITOR VOLUME I NUMBER 10 EDITORIAL BPFUSIOHB This is a curious old world made lively interesting and romantic by a curious people a people pOSe sassing every possible variety of peculiarity in their makeup No people are blameless and faultless in the sight of God no people are judged absolutely perfect in nature and character at the bar of public opinion The brain of man is an oiled machine of ceaseless activity productiveness at work in eve ry known field of human thought investigation with the avowed of better enlightening theIworld on every question that en gages the attention of the human voice Every idea every opinion every doctrine and every kind of i doctrine is advanced into this crusade of gospolizing and evang olizing the people into the accept and worship of some code of 1 creeds and beliefs Perhaps this is well perhaps it is not At this time in the advanced stage of civi lization the minds of men are be wildered and befuddled in a tang led web of doubts and mysteries This state of affairs is attributable to the fact that many religious areii advanced and many doctrines advocated Again there needs to id- a Moses chosen of God to lead the peoplo out of the wilderness and darkness into the land of godlyr light in which there shall only be preached one gospel one faith and one baptismthat of the Lordc Jesus Christ There needs to be are reconing there needs to be a redoing of matters The people throughout the whole world are in need of a new inspiration a new revelation a now dispensationS and especinlly a now Gospel of Religion a gospel that will note one thin in one laud and entirely a different thing jn another land The people believe as they are told in this day and time that the preachers are not moved to speak as the spirit moves them as of old they are not inspired by God to say what they do say Thus it is some preach ono thing and another some believe 0110t thing and some another perchance some prefer doubtless in- clIned not to believe anything at all for fear of believing a lie and be damned As matters standII every man must be his own judge of what is and what is not in oth er words he must guess at what is and at what is not The people in their religious views are being I jostled and tossed about from place to place upon the billowy waves of the ocean of time as their surroundings necessities and posi tion in life demand it tliat is to say as their respective churches ordain order request and will it- The i religion of today may not be up to the standard of the oldtime religion it may not be repugnantI to tho eyespf God and incompati I ble to His divine will But in all of the church religions of today there is enough of tyrany despotism j oppression suppression and I demandedness for shutmouth Indeed one is treading upon danger ous ground if he give expression to views not direct sweet harmony with this or that church He must play the part of tonguless silence in aland whose prime glory consists in its liberty of though and freedom of speech Choose you this day whom you willsoryeI what preacher you will lord after what creed yon will reverence and all is well all is well a Bill Nigh the Lee City cor respondent of THE HERALD evidently is being haunted in his da dreams by hallucinations Las week he characterized Ben Sewell the chief advisor of the republi can tintype institution and mode the charge that he had been using granulateedl sugar with a view of influencing democratic suckers for the weakest democratic candidate for con gress Bill Nigh has convinced l us that ho is an exveteran of th I DebbsCoxey army of starvation ists under the Cleveland freetrade freesouphouses hardtimes ad takee another term in the hard schooI of practical experience under a democratic national administration Perhaps it would convince him that there is nothing to be ex pected from democratic admin istration except the erection of free souphcwwe for starvatio ik rt f 1 c 0 Q t S armies out of employment We assure Bill Nigh that our loyalty to the cause and interest of the toiling millions of the great common people is such as to prevent- us from being for any of tho weak democratic candidates for con I trustIbusting I LOCAL LlCOIiICSii A F Byrd went to Winchester Monday on business G B Stamper delivered the address of welcome in tho Teachers It was a very orcful nddressII The Methodist quarterly moot ing was held hero Saturday being I conducted by a Rev Hiner of JacksonII Mrs J N Vaughn and two of her children George and Grace of Lexington are visiting relatives and friends in and around Camp ton Married on tho 17th inst Dan iel McQuitm to Miss Nannie Tutt Here is wishing the couple all 00anus or happiness and prosper j ity Hon H G Garrett and wife of iuciwbtcr have been guests of the tombs House the past week Many republicans would like tonomiuate tir Garrett for congress Some mischievous scamp or thief 1fromIfoundI branch a few miles from town Josh Batson of color was killed = Sunday near Glencarin by another gentleman of color The particu lars not known The darky claims it was done in self defense Batson was stabbed nine times with a knife Tho teachers institute convened here Monday with Prof Wm H Cord of Hazel Green as iinstructor Itseemed to be a representive gathering of the brains intellect vir ue manhood and womanhood of the county The republicans of Wolfe county will hold a mass convention in Campton August the Oth for the purpose of selecting delegates to attend the general congressional convention at Winchester on Au gust 14th Miss Maud Taulbee of Daysboro has been a guest of Campton so t cinty the past week She is ex ceedingly handsome and allwreath ed in smiles of bewitching and 1 blushing beauty is the verdict passed upon her by Tayler P Sewell Judgo Sewell may bo a J partialAssessor S N Hobbs on Saturday handed ye editor a bright silver dollar with which to pay for THE HERALD one year Several of the I old subscribers at this place are in arrears with Bro Spence All such can make settlement with the Editor Campton Courier if they wish Rev Powell Rose wife and fam ily A C Byrd and wife Mrs Dr Jr H Stamper Mrs LydaTaulbee C C Folks and wife and a score of others whoso names we failed to get attended tho funeral ser vices of Thomas M Tutt at Bethel church Sunday last They report fine preaching and splendid music A party of curiosity seekers con sisting of Lum Hanks and fami ly Mrs Lydia Stamper and two daughters Bessie and Laura Stamp Hestery MrstG W Robison and family Bessie and Carl Byrd and some others spent one day on Dog creek last week where they wore captivated and held spellbound by the splen dors of natures beauties Picking tmckolberries was a part of their pastime for tho day Dr J H Stamper reports the tethe wife of Reese Catron a fine boy Reese steps high and low as he kicks the dogs and cats right and left and says Get out o dads way S P Napier who has just returned from Lake City FlaJhas sixyearold son that has had his third congestive chill and pulled through but had close call The infant son of Ex Jailer I Wi Combs iis not expectedi to live Ilong 0 w if Ef E F L Y Clearing SureoClothiqg AWE ARE BADLY OVERSTOCKED WE NEED MONEY WE REED IT B- ADlYCLOTHING iR RoessP of Manntactnrrersr Costtl iNew Goods Latest Styles Best Quality Here is a chance to get GOOD CLOTHING at cheap prices Mens AilWool Suits Q+ 499 m Mens AllWool Best Flannels 499 600Suits 4 This is about the cost of the trimmings 500 MENS LINEN SUITS Coat Pants and Vest at 125 Suit IMPORTANT TO II MOTHERS + TTT1TI THIS BOYS SUITS BOYS surfs BOYS SUITS AQThree1j i I Suits 40 Ceiiia up to 700IWe can show you i better assortment than I togetherWe who sell I celebrated Alfred Benjamin Co Clothing 1 I Louis Cu StrausPLEADING CLOTHIER i LEXINGTON KY 4 j WHEN1 Bu ING HISKH fl MEDjFDSE OR TO BE USED IAS A mvtftQE You want good pure ivhiskqy and at times all need whiskey either to ward off colds and pneumonia or to build up the system when from overwork or worry the vitality is below par We have good pure Yhiskey well distilled from choice I grain well aged and matured with special care for 200 225250 PER GALLON and we pack your jug in a nice plain box for shipping so that no one can tell what you fire 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 HAGAN DISTILLING CO Lexington Ky y tilCLARK 5 HOWARD CONTRACTORS AND BUlLDHRS U 206208 E Main LEXINGTON KY i- 1liHonest material master mechanics fand consciencious calculations r i are their stock in trade Hence it flis that satisfaction is guaranteed l Our largest Gnstomms 4 Talk for us They are so well satisfied themselves that they tellothers about the merits of Lexington Beer All who use it agree that it is the best beer they ever drank So will you if you give it a trial No beer receives better care in the brewing and the bottling LEXINGTON BREWING COMPANjt W R CRAWFORD CO Live Stock Commission Merchaiti k rFORTHE SALE OF i Pc Cattle Hogs ShA i Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI Q i 44- a ALSO iOentral Stock Yards LOUISVILLE we lure as era outlet for all dferfraWc Meek at WeI lamee CIu M4- M1414 All eetnIfIIIaee rfcrrrf llTrffTrtrrT V i a 1 1 tri 1 tr T JionCoffeesail CROWNED KING Edward King of England Alphonso King of Spain Lion King of Coffees Fit for dray king fit for you Not glazed with any cheap noxious coating never sold in bulk Uniform qn lltr and rcluu are Intorad t r the sealed package t i J e IY Good Roads LKXINOTON Kv ConventionII Dear SirA Good Heads Con1 volition has been called to meet in I Lexington August 1112 ItIS very desirable that the county I judge of everycounty and mayor of ovory city in the theII lend his influence to make convention a lasting benefit to tho i I commonwealth and to give an I1d led impetus to the good roads movement Tho chambor of commerce the officialsj tojwardj cess It has hen arranged three pikes near the city thatII and at least ono or two tho city be in the course of con struction during the time of the convention for the especial benIi efit of the delegates A full pro E I gram of the convention will be an nounced shortly Wo are in cpuv munication with thofivurnment I to furairh rural route agents and good roads constructors to attend this meeting The rural route service is the great growing depart meat of tho government posto ice and one in which Kentucky is rec- eIving I her full share of attention I It behooves us to continue the ex tension of this service There is much in it that Kentuckians can yet learn and the prospects for- E its further extension in this state are hopeful The manufacturers I flIt1 of good roads machinery and implements have also been commu nicated with It is important that the dele- gatesk K tj to this convention bo mon who are capable of carrying the ideas they receive here into completion in their home communi ties It is also essential that the legislature of the state become ed ucated to tho meaning and im portance of good roads in Ken tucky Without favorable legis lation our highest hopes for good roads in Kentucky can never be realized For this reason it iis urged that as ninny of the dele gates as possible be state senators and represenatives It is also desired that the fiscal courts and others interested in this movement be delegated to attend the conven tionUpon this movement the com mercial and industrial interests of J the state depend and we trust that it meets with your hearty ap proval and cooperation You are requested to send five delegates to this convention and if possible fdelegatesfVery sincerely yours D B GOODE Secretary y J H APPLEGATE Supt of Street Department L P SPURRo County Road Supervisor Committee Mother Always Keeps it Handy My mother suffered long time from distressing pains and generalI ill health due primarily to indi gestiou says L W Spalding Ve gotherat once and now at tho age of 76 eats anything she wants remark ing that she fears no bad effects as she has her bottle of Kodol1 g handy Dont waste time doctor ing symptoms Go after the cause yourhealththe stomach and strengthens the body by digesting your food It is natures own tonic Soldier Prisoner Escaped There was considerable excite t mont at Ft Thomas recently cans 4 t = ed by the successful break for lib 4erty of Private Leonard deserter from the Tenth cavalry colored oJt ijwho1 was serving a sentence at the 7 q jfJlost Leonard with three other y was being returned to jpquttrters when ho broke and r IlIi J nto guard in charge called to him- r ta halt and when he failed to h o eY fired a volley of shots at tho escaping prisoner none of whicli tookoffect When last seen LeoA and 1isdmounteda farmer7 tai on j aM irk ptocooding r7 toward w 1 q r I j1Iii t r 75r f 1 11 4- is i Will Move to Winchester lIon Floyd Byrd who has so long and faithfully served this judicial district as commonwealths attorney is building a commodious twostory frame dwelling house on tho lot he recently purchased in Winchester near tho Wesleyan Female College and when tho house is finished he will remove his family from Campton to their new homo in tho bluegrass city to reside there porma nently Mr Byrds removal to Winchester has been his intention givejIn moralInj I fllslotlIonI 1400 cash and the lion he is erecting pu it will cost in the trIghuorhood of f2000 Thosei plans will in no way effect Mr Byrds official position ho will servo out his term of office and after that he expects to open a lawr office and practice law ie the city of his adoption Jackson Hustler I Vacation Days Vacation time is hero and the children are fairly living out ofr doors There could be no health ier place for them You need only inIcidentnlI No remedy equals DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo for quickly stopping I pain or removing danger of serious consequences For cuts scalds Ij and wounds I used DoWitts Witch Hazel Salvo for sores cuts I and bruises says L B JSwift Tex It is the Jobnsol1I DII the market Sure r piles and skin diseases Beware t of counterfeitsIHe Was Economizing The following conversation was overheard in one of our business places last wee- kCustomerJIow many yards o that truck will it take to make tho ole woman a dress Clerk About twelve I should judge At three cents a yard iit comes to thirtysix cents Oh land Jist cut off six yards Times is clost an weve got ter be savin Any buttons or thread No I recon not She kin scratch up enough to home Crops wuzn good this year an wo kaint afford ter fool no money away on fine cloze Is there anything else Guess youd better wrap up a quarters worth of sugar an a dol lars worth of chewin terbacker i Pears like a sin to fool money away fer sugar but the of woman j thinks she kaint live thout it an j tho habit o usin its got such a holt on er that she gits away with a quarters wuth evry month Say mebby youd better make it two dollars wuth of that terback er fer I kaint toll ef Ill be down here ergiu for a mpnth anI want plenty ter do me- Poisoning the System- It is through the bowels that the body is cleansed of iimpurities Constipation keeps these poisons in the system causing headache dullness and melancholia at first then unsightly eruptions and final ly serious illness unless a remedy is applied DeWitts Little Early Risers prevent this trouble by stimulating tho liver and promote easy healthy action of time bowels These little pills do not act vio lently but by strengthening the performtheirdistress HubijsonatII Olive Hill have struck andiro organizing to resist tho demand of II the employers The company threaten to import men I For Sale One Fay No8six roll 8 lightning fioorer with inchII jcutIPngtI blots Off tobarlc i Gas Damerdn o Newport boy with B company of the second infantry in tho Philippines has written home Damerons com pany is located in Batangaa Province and he states that they dont have much hard soldiering to do The Filipinos have learned to take their hats off to tho American soldiers and treat them with great respect Damoron states that cholera is making fearful inroads upon Americans in the Philippines lIe is employed as a commissary clerkand is having an easy time of it UK VJCNITKK8 KIDNEY Ora BACKACHEAlt Bmadaer and Urtoaq Disuoaaaet CURE Sold by 11 F 1ieratt Hizel Green Ky The examining trial of Mrs Fannie Bedford charged with killing her husband Littlo Bedford near Paris on tho night of July 3 took placo Tuesday week She was rel- easedj on a bond o f 1000 TO TilE DEAl A sick lady cured of her deafness and noises in the head by Dr Nicholson Artificial Ear Drums gave 10000 to his Institute HO that deaf people unable to procure the Ear Drums may have them free Address No 4186 The Nicholson Institute 780 Eighth Avenue Ne Yoit 4lr A rubber tire Stanhope valued at 1175 will bo rallied off during tho Mt Sterling Fair and Carni val Now is tho chance of your life jto make a fortune if you guess correctly by sending 1 for Tits jHERALD and have your guess re cordedDo not miss the great Fair and Carnival at Mt Sterling July 2120 VV F BAKER BElBESEXTIXO GUGGENHEIMER5COlic Leading Dry Goods NiiiMJrtNrsJ LYNCHBURG VA- t Headquarters Mt Sterling Ky i will be on the road immediately with full line of sample Dry Goods Notions White Goods Pants Overalls and Mens Furnishings and request the trade to inspect my line before placing their orders 45ly i Reduced to FIFTY j i 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interested in the science of Government should be interested in the election in these states An election in New York is always of national import and in point of political significance Pennsylvania is 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 condi tions involved in the elections to be held in these three states CONDITIONS OF THIS GREAT CONTEST Every subscriber who remits 100 the regular subscription price for a years sub seription to THE HAZEL CREEN HERALD will receive a certificate that win secure for him any prize which his estimate entitles him lo claim In addition to the certificate to each subscriber who remits 5100 agents will be allowed ew 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 ltlum1 helow mlmth mail to THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD The contest will close at midnight Nov 3 1902 and no estimate received after that hour will be allowed The official certificates of the Secretaries of the three States show ing the total vote for Governor will determine who are entitled to time awards will be made by a disinterested committee of prominent juges just as soon as the official figures can be obtained Hers Is the List of Prizes 4ToTo the third nearest correct estimator i 100000 To the fourth nearest correct estimator 50000 4 To the fifth nearest correct estimator 20000 4To4 To the next 12 nearest correct estimators 1500 4 each 18000 4 To the next 27jiearcst correct estimators 1000 each 27000 4 To the next 950 nearest correct estimators 500 4 each 475000 995 prizes amounting to 2000000 I INFORMATION 1 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 New York has elected a Governor every two years Total vote for Governor in New York in 1894 was 1165085I II II 1895II 1275671 I11IIIII1898 13S9190 1550520TotalII 1890II 928196 953017II971737TotalII 192I 468637I11III 4I547802C1898II 421I61 II 100 II6J3214 f e00 00 01 0 0 0 000 0 01 OO 100 0 0 SUBSCRIPTION BLANKS 1 find to apply on Subscription w County State My of Vole for in the three I tlr ttIOOOOOOOOO po l i i i cf n f I GREAT I PROFIT a THE prizesr II 11 II II I THESE FIVE SPECIAL PRIZES WILL ALSO BE PAID For the nearest correct received before flOOOQOFor 10001Forl arfter 15 and before September 1 100000 For the nearest correct teceit ed on or 100000Forafter Sept 15 and before Oct 1 100000e Total 1000 prizes amounting to 2500000 9In case of a tie or that two or more are equally correct prizes will be dividea equally between them VALUABLE The total aggregate vote for Governor in these three lilt states in 1894 and 1893 the years in which all three states elected Governors at the same time was as follows In 1894 the aggregate vote for Governor ia these three states was 264661IIIIs 1898 the total aggregate vote for Governor IB thou three states was 2762091What will the total aggregate vote for Governor in these three states be on November 4 1902 t it out or III guess at it and send in your IT MAY MEAlh II 10000 IN CASH TO YOUI The certificates of the secretaries of the states of ilia New York Pennsylvania and Michigan the com II bined total vote for Governor in these three states will de termtoe who are entitled to the prizes and the awards will III be made by a committee of prominent judges within 2O1days after the vote is known 3 CERTIFICATE OF BANK PRESIDENT- I hereby certify that the Press Publishing Association has deposited 25000 in the Central Sav ings Bank Detroit Mich for the express purpose of paying tho prizes to those making the nearest con J root estimates of i YorPennsylvanianti jother purpose4rAccount I Postofficc 1 Estimates Governor States are estimate August estimate estimators Figure estimate official showing official 1 I 7uuUuu Djf 3e000M00K Blank for Estimate Without SubscrlptiM ESTIMATES 25 CENTS EACH Name Postoffice County State My Estimates of Vote for Governor in Three States ere i 00000010001010101111110011011C that the Capital Prize is 100Q0il and that there are Five Suecial Prizes 1000 each for Early l TOX 1fIilJE HIE 1THAZELj o l t b r 1kCentralt I Remember Estimates GREEN V d