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L H == wr a U T f it ITISIWG RATES j RATESpaLyenrI II OaoearloadnaceLOOII1 f11earH 10 00 4 ita J I HIx months M kehei PlrHH 700 Three months 30 rWOO E UblUheaia roli 4 1885 00tand +oaoeemeateState 1000 County officer C- SlctTdedateayonr name indicates ii shouldIleI m1rr S300 caEIGHTEENTH YEAR HAZEL renew 10 day before time is oat and r i or bilaaries TrilJntet fie prt GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 31 1902 ERRfaewhen poitoffice county sad I liut Jlerc cOll renewing or to have 7err I blsIthcdsame 5eeiu- y UUI I j ofjSFkNoaneRandOkdltu The Oldest Mist POII M address Remittances changed shonld be made by M a A V i jeSeed You Havo Always Bought and which has base La use for over 30 years has borno tIle signature ofand has boon made under his per4 4sonnlsupervision since Its Intbney thfiii periments that trifle with and endanger tho health of jafeats and Cliildron Experionco against Bxporlmcttt What is CASTORIA Morin is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare awric Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant Iteentalns neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic HuSstanco Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms aed allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Gonstlpattoa sikd Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the2 sleep1JiUNUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS rf Bears the Signature of Q BoughtI7 5nc CENT au CerMr TT ru14rTKi liereu err T PIERATT H C QUICKSALL IFl H Fo PIERATTi CQ DEALERS IN I x 08fol Morchundiso Live Stock and Country Produce IF YOU WANT CHEAP GOODS COME WITH THE CASH as that is the onlysafe reliable way to do business Y EASE DO NOT ASK FOR CREDIT J Very respectfully 1I H Fa PIERATT CO BAll parties now indebted to fl should call and settle or there moIu J gTOWNx VI mined to wind up all my outstand g S IfAjJ N B S Ially if you pay me my goods you have consumed A f 9IremainrespectfnllyI I m CECIL BROS ip1oduocgItI Grocers Have in Stock and Sell Low for CASH the following goods J3 BUTTER 1cc quart jar LLIES all kinds 3 glasses 25c PEACH LEAF LARD 15c per pound SUGAU 6Jc to fijc per pound a CADO A COFFEE best in town 12Jc BONNIE ROLLED OATS lOc package SWEET POTATOES canned 15c 2 for 2Cc KRAUT 3pound can lOc CORN JOe per can PEAS 2 cans 25c HARNESS BRIDLES GRANITE WARE c c Everything first ifreshand YOU SAVE MONEY on everything you buy of us E CHICAGO POST TII MNIE APO FARMER stall rid daily The CMcago Pest Eun LIVE STOCK skier should read dillj The CUeifi rest Eieri TIOMKE Sitoir skill read lill The Cllcaci Put fafflJAIH Shiner should read daily Th CwtagePeeL THE CREAT IARKET NEWSPAPER TIE ZEST IS RHE TH fHI FOR TH ftrtaerlbo newsdcale or publbber or noaspn through youreommUsloa Bray addresstsentatatn this adrarttsement Sample copies soot free gaS est THE CHICAGO POST ChfcagP I F EVERY DFSCRIPTYON T TEOMPTLYEXEUTEUd EATLycKULY AND ICE AND SATiSNALTiNt3 TEED Di AL GCdB- n J j ft r n s W I UNCONDITIONAL SURRENDERMs I A FOURTH OF JULY ROMANCE a moment lnEstood fresh drink sweet early morn noting with an approving smile how well the town looked in its gala attire It was the Fourth of July and every house and public building wore a flagsflappingThen with tho deliberation always characteristic of her movements she went down the steps and oa ap the street Stephen Manly leaned forward on his desk piled with unopened mail aMt watched her until she turned the corner He frowned and jerk ed at his moustache Sho is everything I dislike in a woman ho muttered And yetAnd yet in spite of press of business and the unopened letters there before him to be hurried through ere be could give himself to the days merrymaking his thoughts went swiftly back to the hour two nights ago when he and Joyce Farron had strolled through the little public square where the trees sighed faintly above their heads and the young moon shone tenderly down There were loiter ers all about and they too drop ped on a nearby bench to enjoy for a moment the semiquietofthe spot after the bustle and glare of the busy streetIHe had made some trifling com plimentary speech as a man will with a good looking girl at his side in tho witching moonlight and she turned to him smiliogiI do not see she said in that soft slow way of hers why we straigbtforIward tween men Id much rather hear about the ball game Una afternoon thanhave ypu coin ectlnets to my eyebrows they being such nondescript affairs you couldnt truthfully say pretty things of themSometimes I think all womanly ways have been educated out of you he exclaimed with ill re pressed anger Youre not like any woman Ive ever known You have nerves of steel and a will of ironthen you surprise me by coming down to dinner in a frock lellnslell Joyce laughed slightly and pat ted her ruffles Do you prefer me in mysbusii ness suit I put this frock on sole ly because papa said he had invited you to dinner When I see yon dressed as you are tonight it is hard for me to re alize that this is Dr Farron She shrugged hershoulders and there was amusement in her eyes as they met his Poor fellow she said in mock sympathy How I must offend your staid English notions of what a woman ought to do and be I read it in your face the first time we metI if you read anything of the sort ho retorted Broken collar bones are not conducive to reflections on the peculiarities of the female sex however we may adore thorn in our days of health Of course I was surprised when they ushered in a woman on me Two years ago it Joyce said musingly and youre English as ever after that time spent among us in this bustling western town Im a true son of Britain still be said boldly But like my ancestors Ive been obliged toack knowledge mysolf defeated and a captive He laid his hand over hers where iit rested on tho bench at his side but sho drew it quickly away and held herself stiffly I thought we had settled alt that sort of thing a month or more back she said coldly I thought so too Manly said- BetUngnpJromthe raotia sent and looksvQ rr httnt itirtiiritbe f cf J djm light But I find Im as much a fool as ever Thanks With yourPormission Ill fins ish what I was about to sayteveu though I confess to the wisdom of the reasons you gave mo then Where ambition is so tremendously developed a husband would necessarily bo a drawback Yes I am ambitious sho told him rising too and drawing herself up to her fine full height but I dont think Im any the less womanly because of that nor becauso- I ride a wheel and write M D after my name Love and marriage can not fill every womans life any more than a manswe- had better bo getting homo I promised Tommy Larkina to look atJiis throatril ho cQ toaronndat nine oclock1 What good frienwtweCQrlld bo if youd only bo content to take me as I am instead of imagining all sorts of impossible things she said regretfully looking up at him as ho stalked along in silence Id bo content to take you in any way whatever he interrupted roughly You know that Joyce stared straight ahead and said never a word until they had reached her own gate There was some sort of engagement between us for the Fourth of July sho said with dignity I trust you will re ease me from tj the day could n t be an agreeable ono to either of u i spent toge her As you please Manly at swer ed lifting his ht t and walk ig off with a hurt feel ng tugging it his heartstrings th it would nittie stilled Thus it was that Y o had not seen her except as she passed his office He liaUesalypickodtlphia letter and opened themouoby one Why should ho hurry There was no place he cared 16 go Besides ho really had no paiIL in the daysjqljj lification He w IB tin altenjftniohg them an Englis man viewed wi li suspicion by BOifle by some with a genial sort of toleration with a show of friendliness by others but through it all a foreigner a I tfiher eyes than even her nmbitiop jJi j remembenrigh feetongoatenoatet nfwh e yha4go betbandplayed tiro 3i r BpA gJ44 Banner HOb2d twiehedat tip dress not liking taseQl e4con spicupua the ono BolitijTyJ flgpro aUndingin the anlierifie 1itiljby asudden wave ofentBiasm first one thegam tbegotnandtl erQ waasvgreat rheerinif and clapping of hands all of which was vey conservativeBritish There were hot words between the hoWeIt v ly her cheeks still i11lQingfr e dk I h A rcaly Wealthy woman bos Ut tt palfvosidlscoinJort at tno aeavtrnalcpoiiod No woman needs to havo any Wine of Cardol will quickly relieve thpso smarting menstrual pains and Uw drag gang head back and lo aches caused by foiling of tie womb and Jrrega1umeasei WII 1loli n L has brought 1t 1 toM 1000000 women who snlEcd f every month It makes the men stzual organs troDgab4 hcaltLy Its the provj jon made bjr N theterribieaudldandwhfoh tore to give women relit icon blight ao many homes usIaD411O ot t nay n0wioc1 0aIiIIL I1sd =dlatit r was sisal r 3 nToI a lneauae wawa- f I n 1 T II- ri 7 My grandfather fought behind the cotton bales at New Orleans and his father at Yorktown when Jornwallis troops marched out to the tune of The Worlds Turned Upside Down 1 After whichsi lance reigned for some time I He finished his letters thrust them into his desk consigned the firm and the firms business to tho dogs jabbed on his hat and a half I hour later boarded the train with It crowd of excursionists bound for a whiff of tho lake breezes The day proved a trying ono to Joyce Billy Buttons blew off the ends of his fingers with a giant torpedo Dickey somebody else was minus an eye because of the Glorious Fourth Tommy Trad dies set fire to his little sister and there were others too numerous- to mention As she toiled homeward at days decline a throng of clamorous excited people in front of the grimy building that served Vestpbrt as a railroad depot arrested her steps- Smasbup80killcd and wpund ed j great loss of life were scraps of sentences borne to her ears She found herself irresistibly borne onward by those pressing from be hindDreadful dreadful a man ex claimed pushing his way from the telegraphoffice And to think my c daughter might have boon among J them She was going on that very I excursion then changed her mind j but many went they tell me Fine j fellow Stephen Manly and he blew his nose vociferously A detaining hand was laid on his arm Father Joyce said inn strained voice is that the wreck ing train about to start point ing to where an engine stood pant ing and snorting on the track EhIsnidI the confused colonel for it was her father Eh Ibless- my soul yearJoyce my girl Come we are going on it And before her bewildered parent had recovered himself they were speed ing over the miles of glittering track It looked bloodred to Joyce in the fading sunlight and she closed her eyes i Report greatly exaggerated hazarded the colonel only two killed but a number badly hurt i Joyce opened her eyes looked at the bloodred track and gripped her instrument case with a force that made her knuckles stand out white Her father shook his head doubtfully and thereafter held his peace With all her surgical training Joyce fell to trembling when sheII found herself at her journeys endjj and in the smtfll hotel doing temporary j duty as a hospital SheII clutched her fathers arm when the clerk paused in the upper hallII where a group of man bent over a prostrate form under the flicker ingligbt of a coaloil lamp Mr Manly he called andSte phen separated himself from the group and came toward them Joyce he cried incredulous ly and she in the sudden revul sion of feeling at finding him un injured began to cry in an alto gether womanly fashiontt He hurridly drew her into a nearby room and led her to aII chair f llm all right n he assured her It was awfully good for you to come I shall never forget it never j Sho nervously twisted and untwisted i her handkerchieft t Arent you glad to see meEHis face flushed ns he answered formally It waif most kind ofJ you to come even though you do not find me among the injured 1 When people are glad to see other people f Yea They show itu t StePhenpulledathiamottatacheb- ewildered and she remained awk wardly aloof falteredrlnil then ho read her meaning al though he did not understand the miracle Joyce I Do you meanY I mesa an unconditional BUT render she whispered from the happy refuge of his arms act errrender toose of Britains r sons tini independ C DayJI be Yr b 1 t 1 = I cried laughing aloud from sheer joy as he kissed her unresisting lips And Joyce hid her blushes on his friendly shoulder HairSplits Viserfor J thehairJ A QrueaeBfelder Grantfork 111 splitsfriendships splitting is done on your own headit loses friends for you for every hair of your head is a friend Ayers Hair Vigor in advance will prevent the splittinghasILMafctM AH alrs sN- 1t roar drdollart cannot supply pea espnsspeaot your AddranJe= DIN iBiraciii Eli Villa EClaspingbeloved old violin apparently his adyersityLuther lying on the tracks on the bridgej over Tanners creek near North Bend Hamilton county was instantly killed early Wednesday byJthe North Bend accommodation train Weary of life so ill rewarded that even shoes to protect his feet from the hard road were lacking or else overcome by weariness he had lain on track with his head in the direction of the approching trainToo late the engineer saw the I ti mans form and an instant later a corpse was bumping under the train which ran its entire lengthJJ before it could be stopped bodyhndain 1 liso The train crew loft the brakeman in charge of the body awaiting the arrival of the coronor Cincinnati Post July 24SAll inquiries as to who this man is have proved futile But his home is given as Torrent Who knows himEditor HERALD L Electric lilt all Trial Jthefew of their Electric Belts on trial on the following terms 100 to be paid in ten days if the Belt proves beneficial and the balance jjthej are a positive cure for Rheumatism I Neuralgia Kidney trouble Stomachand Liver trouble Asth ma etc Address at once GERMAN ELECTRIC AGENC- Ytf P O Box l874NewYorkNY Qmick Bit of a DHFIraie Garfield Potter of Elkorn creek near Sergent was accidentally shot and killed near his home on the 22nd inst while in a game of cards His revolver dropped from the holster and exploded the ball passing through his heart Potter L had been a terror to Elkhorn creek for many years and had killed a number of men icU DoiiiUataly Colds are sometimes more tronb M lesomo in summer than in winter its so hard to keep from adding to them while cooling off after ex ercise Ono Minute Cough Cure cures at once Absolutely safe Acts immediately sure cure for coughs colds croup throat and lung troubles A company will be organized to develop tho find of lead and zinc that has been made on the With row and Alexander farms near Spring Station Woodford county You cannot buy standard pianos organs buggies sewing machines clocks watches and jewelry as cheap any where else aayoa can of me Come and see Mmpov 44nd you will be convinced You Uo not have to risk your money with all mail order houses tf J T GEVEDONo Tex H CYILD aid1o 1hly World one dollatayearr ia jta+e rJ m i tCOUNTY + DIRECTORY + HAZEL GREEN POLICE COURT i H F PIEBATT Judge J M SICKKLL Marsballtt W N NICKELL Deputy Marshall BOARD OF TUSTEEa W OlhzE Chairman W H CORD JOHN D DAVIS JOHN M ROSE JOHN H ROSE o li CIRCUIT COURT SeptemberDAVID FourthMnndxv B REDWIKE Judge l A F B YBD CommonweallhaAttorney J F VANBANTMaaterCommiaaiooer 1 C C HANKS Trustee Jury Fund f i oCOUNTY COURT mouthJ lw l FRANK STAMPER ShenflT 1 O C FOLKS County Attorney 1 X JailerSSurveyorFRANK J W TAULBEE County SuptII MAGISTRATES 0COURTS i i TIME OF HOLDING AND OFFICIALS 1r= SHOCKEYUaglltrate holdingcourtcourtSECOND DISTBICT JOHN IX ROBE Magistrate S N NORMAN Con ThUJyIDFebruarl I MegistroteCuoatableCoFebruaryMiOUBTU DIcConstableCoMarcbJuCAAYnxasMDAVIDBFr day iin August and 4 Nc vember jSEVENTH F Borax Magistrate FeLruarYiay Constable Coirt days in March i Ju ie mbar I EIGHTH 1 OLIVER Uatoistrat No constable and no 8te for hodiag court i 1inl I nIJIH Easterl HI Uu Table IB Effect Miy 18 1902 EAST BOUND = No2 No4 T TlON8 D Uy ex Dally Suuday PJXLTtAJIlTLe ington 2 25 pm 7 45 am Wi chester 3 10 pm 8 25 am 3 EJancn 3 22 pm 8 37 am ClJjrCity 3 66 pm 9 13 am Staaiton 406 pm 923 am t Na Bridge 4 35 pm 9 M am S J reatHloI 49 11 pm pm 10 10 08 29 amII 15 pm 11 30 WEST BOUND No1 No3 STATIONS DoilySanusy 6 25 am 2 25 pm pmTorrent rz pmNaUpmClayjCSty pmWinchesterLexington 10 10 amII16 05 pm nacerCHABTB MORGAN sP A 0 ft L 11AKGI TiM IfHIt Ja XMMI Jtaaaxj 1 1M1 EAST BOUND WEST BOUND No 22 I No21SDaily ex STATIONS Dally ex 8uuaal811nilaym arr P nrlev 9 45 amHJackaoDHH 1 00 pm 9 40 am 0 A K Junction 1 OS pma8 45 am WllhunLH 165 pd 8 30 km Hampton Y 10 pm 7 45 am Lee City 3 00 pm a 7 35 am Helechawa S 10 pm 7 00 am Cannel CUr 3 45 pm L CONLEY Superintendent ROSEWHEELERl PRACTICAL BLACK8MITHS AND WAGONMAKERSi 11IEL CRUX UspInyito the attention of the i farmers of this Til cWty to their la pro red faciHUn forbUcksmlthlac and wigonmaWnf M iwell M repftlr work of all kinds A fall force of first claNmechaaiee- faweea V t pvorptaess la the esecutloa ofj workeetraated to then shd a tioslagnaiaateed in aU csdt- Bs bsildisgandwagoqink tWI y ur sitaisUiat Year ptrp fe l 1J dlU AcC J 4 j l2 l i fj s t L If70 PHE HERALD I Edltor1I HAZEL GREEN KYITHURSDAY July 81 1902 i t f AIUi Ls elsewhere published an article in our paper which aside from 1itsuniqueness as there shown has other remarkable phases For instance the extreme lib erality of Mr Grubbs in prof i ifcringto pay the note severalt times In these days it i extremely seldom that a man cripples himself in his haste to pay one timeat least that y is the way about subscriptions The word several being an in definite quantity it mab llainlysccn that Uncle Dud as Mr Wilson was fondly call cd about Mt Sterling might i have been a multimillionaire hadhe taken advantage of Mr Grubbs liberality and it iis again remarkable that Uncle Dud honest though he were should have hesitated in these grasping times to take advantage of Mr Grubbs prodigal recklessness Just think how had the latter paid the noteJ several timeshow wealthy the former might have been and all of his progeny pluto crats But there is a des iI endsirough hew them as we may Providence intervened in thisJJi to save Mr Grubbs from him iselfas it were and to provide Mt Sterling with a courteous j chief of police for otherwise Charley Wilson might have t d been a potentate And after t1allit is barely possible tha Mr Grubbs just offered sev i oral times to pay ittt q THE people of Breathitt Ire not disposed to tolerate inter i ference in their affairs from outsiders and any one having J the temerity to meddle in the matter will most likely meet witha reception similar to that of the Irishman who un dertook to separate a man and I AfterIr I j jjpolitelybut very pointedly in j him that they were I I ffI having a little hell of their own and if he wanted to keep r a whole hide to stay outsid- the i shack Just so with the I Breathitt affair People out side the immediate trouble do r not know the cause of any of the parties involved save as 1 retailed to them and are apty therefore to misjudge Tx I HERALD has always been for law and order and while iit I deplores the condition of aft 1 airs in a sister county it docsjj not know the cause and is not prepared to proffer a cure Inc short it is a family affair wit I which we have no other con u cern than to hope it may soon j be settled to the satisfaction t ofrall and withoutthe spillin n of more blood With this iin J mindwe must decline to pub lish anything in regard to the matter other than actual new- andkave j r the consummation ofc the case so devoutly desire to the action of the courts iII Plenty of Nerre I r tLoss takes of plentyfleBhgof nerve streLthI I carry on the work of flesh Anak =Scotts Emulsion bun s with 1 1L rvOtre Ia riChll- r I ft Y 011 y t i J NO PAY NO PAPER Our Sitaerifcf MnsfrAbsolutely Pay Up Or Be Droppeii From Our List AGAIN we call the attention of our subscribers who are iin arrears to the fact that w t I must have money to pay ou- expenses Paper ink post age freights labor every thing pertaining to the print monoSI1 lad the laborer should surely Ibe worthy his hire And to livel WE MUST EAT That iis more money Now with the iissue of July 10 a large num ber of subscriptions expired and but few have renewed up j to date We are still sentlin j those and very many Bust we can no longer do so until we are paid The date after your name shows time you are rJ I paid to If wrong we will beII Week want only what is justly due L lbut we do want that p d q jj Hazel Green Campton J I and Daysboro should give this very careful attention at once DAILY papers record that a 5negro in Louisville ate a gal i Ion of ice cream at one sitting and became suddenly insane hallucinations haunting him Among them he imagined he 1 was a monkey Then he was President Roosevelt And strange to relate he withstood the first shuck but under the latter he succumbed Poorb demented soul Thy fate was indeed terribleeTHE advice of Hon JohnW Leedy exgovernor of Kansas is indeed timely Hear him The democrats must return to the democracy of Jefferson and Jackson frtpolicylty and above all things le- the t money question take care of itself HON FRANK A HOPKINS Named By the Tenth District Democrats to Representg f Us in Congress As FORECAST in this paper last week Hon Frank A Hopkins of Prestonsburg Floyd county was nominated for congress at the democratic convention held at West Liberty on Thursday last Hon J B White the present congress man withdrew after two ballots were taken and the third showed t 63 for Hopkins 80 for Davis voteseis all that stood in the way of the nomination on the first ballot Finley E Fogg of West Liberty was chairman and John Gardner t of Salyersville secretary Th platform of the convention declares unqualified adherence to the partEas enunciated by Jefferson and Jackson and appeals to the people to rally to the support of these principles reaffirms fidelity to the doctrine of a tariff for revenue i only as the best mesas of circuin J venting and throttling the trusts j parthy 1 approves e course of Congressman White j i indorses tho administration of Governor Beckham and tho other democratic state officials dec aTNeed More Help Often tho over taxed organs of digestion cry out for help by dys dizzinessheadaches liver complaints bowel fodr use Kings e Pills They are getle thorough and guaranteed to cure 25 cents atJ T Day Hazel Green or S S Genjbs do Sons Campton drugD ists a Send 85c and get a free trial of testedforj tiYlLeovf3G i A CMrtMM Official Curtis Rose the clever psseonJ ger and freight agent of the Red River Valley Railway with headl quarters at McCausey was hereI over Sunday visiting his mother and father John M Rose nod wifei and his sister Carrie and brother Charley and other relatives and t weeother fellows sister Curt Isrlooks well position and carries that smile of h just as complacently as of yore when erstwhile he was cutting off calico in paps store Aprop Ithe smile we pause to remark th it is mighty good company for an young man and along with polite ness it helps to boost to businessI Keep it by you Curt and if qo continuo in the railroad business it may some day hoist you to the presidency of a greater road than you now serve albeit the na may be not so euphonious Dont Fail to Try TUB giveSn wspermaae taro will surely be effected It never fails to tone the stomachreg I elate tho kidneys and bowels stim ulato the liver invigorate the nerves and purify the blood Its a wonderful tonic for rundown systems Electric Bitters positively J cures kidney and live troubles stomach disorders nerv ousness sleeplessness rheumatism neuralgia and expels malaria Sat TaylorDayS Sons Campton drug stores Only 50 cents Land Suit DecidedfiThe suitof the Eastern Kentuck T S LCo vs C S Bush a case involving the title to about 11000 acres of land in Wolfe county Ky and which was transferred to this county to be heard before Hon JIIff IsSmithI decided Tuesday in favor of theC plaintiffs Mayor R P Scobee 1 1are1 the E K T d L Co R P Boo SeoIbeo1 1 I of which this is a sequel was filed in 1858 Winchester Democrat Saves a Woaans Life To have given up would have meant death for Mrs Lois Crag- of Dorchester Mass For years she had endured untold misery om a severe lung trouble obstinate cough Often she writes I could scarcely breathe and sometimes could not speak All doctors and remedies failed till I used Dr Kings New Discov ory for consumption and was com pletely cured Sufferers from coughs colds throat and lung trouble need this grand remedy it never disappoints Cure is uaranteed and for sale by J T Day Hazel Green or S S Combo- S Sous Campton Price 50c and 75 cents A Horrible Deatk On the first page of this paper is an article under the caption Died Embracing His Violin of which the following from Fridays Winchester Democrat is explana peeAa resident of Winchester for some years but later lived at Torrent met a horrible death near North Bend Ind Wednesday morning He went to sleep on a railroad I alongecrushed him into almost an unre cognizable mass He was a brother of Mrs Sommers Searcy of Torrent U a halt Lie tb Yen And say some other salve ointment lotion oil or alleged healer is as good as Bucklena Salve tell him thirty years o marvelous cures of piles burns + boils corns felons ulcers cuts scalds bruises and akin eruptions proves its the best and cheapest 25 cts at J Taylor Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sons Campton drug stores J his Offer Is For 30 Dun Oily As we are bound to raise tinSwlls1 I during that time take subscriptions to THE HERALD and the Courierc 2SOld I advantage of this offer by paying up all arrearages and one year iin but the time will not be extended beyond July 11 This is losing game with us but if 250 or more will take advantage of i the fact that this sum will comeII practically a lump will compen ridfriendJ +r- Y f tA- J tr CharleyCeoil has the thanks of the editor and his better seven eighth for three yery fine andfeolid Heads of cabbage We cant say shore that they are the finest ever grown in this country but we can shore say they are the finest we ever saw in this neck o woodsi and you can norate it around rtCatarrhan ezeeidra teentlon from the inn eons membrane eeomp ned with ehronle iinfUm muSeouleallr cores all sues of catarrh Take Hood HumorsatyTbe7 are vitiated or morbid fluids conn Ing the veins and affecting the tissues The are commonly due to defective digs Itlon but are sometimes Inherited L1now do they manifest themselves f- In many forms of cutaneous eruption salt rheum or eczema pimples and bolls and In weakness languor general debltlt now are they expelled T By QPSQPQrlllmQ which also builds up the system that has suffered from them It It the best medicine for all humors T CASKEYe s f HAZEL GREEN KY Deate 9 GmaJC Marchandisi art Comity Prace- HAS NOW ON HAND A LARGE well selectedstock of Notionrs GENTS FURNISHING GOODS LADIES AND GENTS TIES BEADYMADE CLOTHING HATS AND CAPS BOOTS AND SHOES PATENT MEDICINES DRUGS OILS G Ac Ia tact everything usually kept iinI x eye will treat you nicely Your Tongue its coated your stomach bad your liver is out of order Ayers Pills will clean your tongue cure your dys pepsia make your liver right E1SY to take easy to operate 2Jc An dtwullt Waal your mouUek or hears a twtctUal brovBorrtehbUckt nellllH- BUCKINGHAMS DYErraN- MMan1t P Aco J Sitiatlm Seciret Iersrdweertadoarefondedl i Write at DIKe lor cauloot ud special vff- WBusiness Collegeshk Hoists TH Coiwatws G- slktuseaYa Blraliif Ala JawIII Fla saldI J per When ytnr have head ache neuralgia tryTriphono Bold SS Goings di Sons Camptbn n- SFPietattcHasel Green If ROBERT P RASHi Tho originator of LOW PRICES is wholesale dealer in FLOUR SALT and solicits the patronage of t merchants of the mountains He also carries complete line of GBnBI81 Ju1o13Iis liyGOUlltIg proaUG8 Embracing everything usually found 16ur a first clasx country store and the chas r nmy rely always upon getting the very best pioda for the least money 7Ile invite the people of Wolfe and Morgan 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 Wyni meet any legitimate competitionCall buyinKMcCausey Ky E ID11JC 1 RIs Retable1 E ouperfluua eliminates CURE flesh corpulency It is a andE andas harmless fresh air O 0Tbousand1sicians endorse it Write U us FREE for sample TREATMENT toU polltageG G can make Keducto at T ii you desire you homeTfear of evil effects COO 0 BIDUC O- 1IJItindttnt I rJ8IUtlt t twINenEsTk N H WITHERSPOOK President B D HUNTER Cashier I Paid up Capital 10000000 t Surplus 2000000 Handsome deposit of 40421648 Toil Bank solicits the accounts of m er chants fumes traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and offer Its customers every facility aDd the most liberal terms within the limits Dl legitimate banking octl8ly PffhffffIYJJM0dMs391BSf4W8hd4Yr eP1VEL1MlNAflY tJATAJOGV4 7tDUGlD ONHIIUcrON now READY lR 8J Profit Sharing 1IIb J CJnplnnsiti EnQuirereta aiBld 97000fTo be distributed to such of its readers who care to engage in an intel lectual and profitable study A contest that will familiarize them with thewpopulation voting power and government of the State of Ohio The Problem is gonerSineitllltiw1fl be presented one making the nearest correct estimate =12000 additional if an exact correct estimate is made making a total of S4000 for a correct estimate An additional sum of 10000 will be given by the Daily Enquirer fot an exact correct estimate if received on or before July 31 1902 provide such estimate is made by a monthly subscriber to the Daily Enquirer ai time of pairing such estimate There are 4187 cash prizes in all several of which equal a life competence 100 for a yeas subscription to the Weekly Enquirer entitles sub scriber to one estimate 150 for a monthly subscription to Daily Enquirer entitIes snbscrl ewbeto one estimate 50 cent without any subscription privilege entitles subscribers to estimateDo understand this mudtbe on prepared for the purpose and in conformity with nil and providedSeadfer to barUQVU1R PROFITSHAIONG BUREAU x Jkatfifa HanMrtij O i t J t o cc DAJortt 1 CARRIES IN STOCK A FULL LINE OF j Ladies Dress Goods ffi Gents Furnishings oo j Ladies and Gents Shoesr Z a Standard Groceries iLamps and Queensware 3 fi Cutlery and Hardware 8 ig g3Infound in firstclass store gdF 7t J E + Crfri- t AY IILLINBBI CARRIES A COMPLETE LINE OF MILLINERY and NOTIONS LADIESt FURNISHINGS DRESS GOODS- TRIMMINGS c RIBBONS HOSE cr And sells everything so low that the poorest may b- uyCLOTHING I have a nice lot of clothing which I intend to close out and if you want a bargain in this line do not fail to call at once oEIOESAlso I will sell you shoes at 100 that I have always sold at 125 and the same pro throughRemember for CASH ONLY J wI ROSETHE PEOPLES FRIEND The following nine lots will be sold at a low price for he cash College Avenue I f0u0I I fi0JOI I 60 cu r w r l r r too t 0o ocJrsrS ce- Q It g Sold I I g About Sold 300 feet Address COURTNEY MCGUIRE Clay City iaisiowix GoEllIiolla1x College rBARDSTOWN KY Splendidly equipped Boarding School Full corps ArtMusicCollegeCourses PricesModerateH J GEE WEL tfrcs s ee S S StS Z 1 adinon awfifUft fforloungadien I L RICHMOND KENTUCKY J W McQABVEY Jr President j ajjmeat unsurpassed Frequent illustrated lectures by the President on his itravels in Europe and the Holy Land Sickness almost unknown Good j Jjtablo WWrite for catalog 2 C C ge ccrc Q = cr eQS QOQ B =QcrQe tfntfnmnmnntmmmmnmmnmnnminnnnmt i l E THE LEADING DAILY OF THE = j BLUE GRASS REGION IS I 3 1 TilE MORNIN6 HERALD It a = Of LexltigtpH Kentucky O- yw= =It hu the rull AJIIIOCated Prto DeRpaklu Sptdal Corn f1drntlo rnrrr f tag the Blue UItU lull Market Report accurate andreliaM ru tnmisll = Ih oil field lieBall and sporting news a Society and Voiumn ttm tgreat Interest l JItoi the State = It nuw otters a MAP OF KENTUCKY the Latest and bnt publWHd to 1 amterery autocrtr w ho pays six psouthe to advance sll Is now dving with its Sunday paper the beauutul series of TAUlCyA oi11Pr ieatsl by the Burr KtIDtoIIh Studio every one or Urm wur1b = a dollar E Now la the Ue to Sxtscrlb S3 00 for Six ltlOblhl F E THE LEXINGTON PUBLISHING CO N ByaI Ii 5I W ur uaaCaratrooaIeddeut DBaaA ittucccuatoaa JSJIMI + u t f rt I 1 1 tltl U it ilill llllttl l It1 lilI iillllll lrr 1ti 7 ri f v 300 i trtro t r I Only 50 Cents to make your babystrong and irt11 A fifty cent bottle of Scotts Emulsion will change n sickly baby jfo a plump romping child Y Only one cent It day think oflt Its as nice as cream r Send for a tree sample and try It- Scorn R now1E Cnemlats- s Pearl Street New Yofkoy sou sad frao nil druggists ffi HESAL0 I f IIr- r1 lt t ji I I Mrs A K Day of Cancy was visiting L L Craft and wifo here I Sundayjj t STOMACH is strength I WEAKr arIssparll13I j aj pcpsia and POOR APPETITE Mrs C T Hammond and Miss I I Elsie Reid of Dayton Ky are a visit to their sister Mrs Lan onII Craft of this placeIWill Waldeck and sister ilrsjj j Carter of Bonny are visiting their jj father father and mother Dr a1 Mrs Waldeck and family ndII TwicoaVeokf12 months with Weekly Enquirer I 7 j for same time 135 And now is the time to subscribe tftj t Drs Nickell and Center on Tuesday extracted the bullet which Monroe Wood accidentally fired j I into his knee an account of which i i I we presented last week T kelTon8 r For onltJpaUouII WJce in fIyparmleuuuderU1e1rvtuuataacehiceucgold r Charley Rose on Tuesday bought I 16 head of yearling steers fromJ1 K Rose of Lou City for which ho j f paid lib per head They are as r pretty as a picture and red as n rose For 28c in stamps you can get t frep trial of Wilsons Tobacco CureaII thousandsHas cured i Conr WILSON f30y Calvert Texas I I r F N Day and wifo are in daily I anticipation of a visitfromthcirII son James Day of Midland Texas y and there is a bare suspicion that he hopes to surpriso thorn by in trodncing a newly acquired bride Rejected Manuscripts If you cannot place your stories I I send ten cents for a sampleicopy f of TuBLiTEKAiiv CRITIC the magn4 jf tine for unsuccessful authors Ad dress Literary Critic Publishing Co 50 Broadway Now York tf W H Nolcini wife and sister r inlaw Miss Sarah E Barnes ofI Winchester are at Swango singsI drinking the water for their health At least that is tho case with Miss 7 Barnes but Mr Nolcini requires only a lot of diningroom doctor ins to maintain first classphysical health and strength For Rent From Sept 1 1902 I 7 DWELLING HOUSES with h lgood gardens Each with sta bee coal and woodhouso and other i necessary outbuildings Call on v address H F PIERATT at Hazel Green Ky Willio Quicksall opened school vn the Hazel Green district Mon iay morning last with 22 attend lag and in this connection we urge that all parents who have children ntheschool age should send them L at least until the academy opens They will do bettor there than toI s T0 prowling around town 3 Rev Jr Doane the Congregationalist minister says Please iftenounco in your paper that a 4 dayschool celebration will be ven at Toliver Congregational 1Augustpenkers LHarriman Toxin and Rov DavidI rooks Cincinnati Ohio assisted KJyr several local speakers Dinner Infill be served on tho ground i Byrd McNabb tho little son o I Chnpeliranch1 thrown from a mule in front of fcCatrons store at Pomeroy ton and KJbftdly bruised aboutthe head and Efface He was carried into the j tore and after washing away the l Mood ho again mounted the mule p lud wont on to Mt Sterling By tanders say not ono man in 100 1tari Curtis Adams of Lexington was shaking hands with friends here a few nights since and scarcely any One knew him His father John A Adams and family removed to that city from this place 13 years ago but for tho past five years prior to two months ago Cart has been in the timber business in LeeI county with his brotherinlaw DeCoursoy Hierronymus and he is now buyingstaves ties fcc for C no Lowry the reform councilman of Lexington Iw T Caskey has jnsthad some improvements made to his store room bIIt adds spaceTland enlarging it will enable him to tear out a petition in tho maiutt otherIwiseI niflcant that these improvements follow so soon upon the heols of I advertising t IIantebolumI III I I located a few miles from Campton was limned Saturday night The- originofthe I fire isdn doubt some I thinkingit accidental and others I thatitvna the work of an incendiary I The loss was about 300 j t and no insurance i Swaugo of Stanton visit 1 IJessosister Mrs James Lacy I ofIII until1IUeSday j i 3 sevenIeighthsI i J apples 1 I t I The wife of Jerry Childers of is said to he dangerousIStillwater I i i COUNTY NEWS NOTES JCTo insure insertion ALL corresV byMonday M Ithat nearby on Monday morning l 1Our correspondents are derelict in duty I we want to say that henceforth they willnot receive papers except for the week they have news letters We are dependent upon them for the news and when they fail to send in their favors they put us to great inconvenience SWANGO SPRINGS SAYINGS Rush Swango was at Campton j SundayGranvilleTaulbeo I of Lacy creek was here Saturday Will Firestein of Campton wasII a welcome callor at the springs onII Sunday III IJ H Letteu of Millersburg was I of Harmon Swango most of last week j I Misses Bessie Hollon and Elsie Nickell of Neola were visiting I j Miss Eliza Nickell Saturday and SundayMrs Kiser Day and baby of Cauoy and Leroy Boggs of Hazel Green passed through here SunI day and topped for a drink of SwangoT Vimont wife and cousin Miss Florence Vimont W Clark of Millersburg and NII Philip Maurice of Flemingsburg j t are with Uncle Harry Swango while Allie Kerns wife and childI ren of Moorfield William Barbee of Carlisle W Do Jones of Sharps III IIKingIII vals at the Swango House July 29 UNO I t SUNNY SIDEII Aunt Julia Ward gave this place a pleasant call Tuesday- W I T Caskey and wife drovo out this waya few days ago Glad to see them out Misses Mary and Cora Brenne man and Jottie Waldeck were pleasant visitors at this place last week Mrs Thos Amyx of Daysboro who is teaching school in Leo county passed through here Fri day en route home Mrs J W Taulboe and Miss Lena Townsend both of near Days boro were among the visitors at this place last week Edward Oiioy left Sunday for schoolfat that placo Monday Sunny Side isa lonesome place without the dear boy On Monday morning July 12st i in company with a number of Wolf coastjrti brightest teachers Iwe left the dear We town of Ha Izel Green the gem of the mou- ensfor a weeks sojourn in- Oampton the county scat ofWolfe j 7 t t i i r o1Vlla111laisautRdrire we aaivei oSdd thatt teachers L t r = c p- Jrn from all parts of the county ha4 assembled for1 the 1purpoMjbf tcor raling a store orliteful knowledfi whichwas to begivonlip tdr alitte iinstructor Prof AVm Ef Cor3 I who has by long years of oxperi rience and contact with ignorance 1 laid up a supply of it This being our first Visit to Campton we made many now acquaintances and saw many things of interest After attending the morning sessionof the institute we repairodtotheh- ome of Hon Jake Fulks wiiere we wore to take our meals Mr Fulks is county attorney and a clever young lawyer He and his goodwife made us feel at home The fare was good and well pro pared On Thursday we took din nor with tho editor of tho Camp ton Courier And what pleasure it was to meet this literary genius and partake of too good things prepared by his wife On Friday the institute adjourned and then camp the parting And we doubt not that many tears were shod when the farewell song was sung July 29 SUSIE SUNBEAMI I LANEUUISrw The school + hero began Monday morning with Elisha Rose ae the teacher IWe had a good soaking rain here beneficialIto Misses Ellen and Clara Van cleave two charming daughters of Mr and Mrs Gardner Vancloavo company withour nilround Iin man George W King lef there Friday en route to Grassy friendsITuesday loaded with good things to tell us of their tripcake fried chickenc Miss Martha Sewell is attending the institute at Jackson this wqok She will teach tho school in White Oak district in Breathitt July 29 MIKE MORGAN COUNTY WEST LIBERTY WISPS Mrs B1 Carr of this place isI visiting her daughter Mrs Maggie McClain of Elk ForkIt Dr B F Carter loft Thursday for Devils fork on professional business and will bo absent fourI or fivo days Mrs Dr B F Carter daughter t and son Leona Belle and Samuel are visiting relatives and friends at Salyersville this week IJohn Hensley and family whoI visiting relatives in West Virginia for tho last 30 days came beueIyereville were guests of Dr B F Carter convention week The men- of course went to the convention while their wives were content to stay away and await the verdict Miss Tide Collier the refined star of guitar music left for her home in Nicholas county on Sunday Dr S R Colliers wife accompanied her I enjoyed reading Ben Sewellfl editorials in the last issue of the CAMPTON COURIER His portrayal human nature was up to the lof odiItort I publican Confound them IJuly 28 Noa- tnvCASTOR Ii IIA Per iBfuis sail OktlrsL- TM KW Yw Han All s t Hears the- slgaatare ot Held OTer to Circuit Court THE HERALD of last week had an account of the RoseMaddox difficulty at Leo City together with the diagnosis of Drs Carroll and Nickell who said Maddox would die of his wounds He diedI Wednesday night and Rose was oni Saturday arraigned for trial for killing him The trial was held before County Judge Congleton and Rose waiving examination he was held to the grand jury in the sum of 5000 which he furnished No additional particulars have been learned except perhaps that Maddox remained unconscious uj1 I to his death and during the time never spoke but one word He ileaves a wife and two children to mourn his untimely end When you have head aehlt o1f neuralgia try Tnphene Sold byI BJ35Combo SOML Campton sad IrtZx PieratLHSeTGwen tf t it j J 1111 OUlf I BEN SWELL EDITOR VOLUME I NUMBER 11 LOCAL LACONICS Samuel P Napier is confined this J bed with something like con gestive chil s C P Ro orts whose illness was reported BO etime since is better and able to be about A 0 Byra and wife isited theirn son ani dat ghter W 4 Byrd and Lou Ellen Chambers of tillwater Saturday aid Sunday A R Graham of Lane o wit of the Bill Njyo typo was ia town Saturday While hero he trained his night are to go all gnitsI Willio Tyler jr who has been at Bryant Wisconsin ior several months ret reed homo last week and will toaoh school it French burg Rev S F ThompBonjipreached a eeriest ofprmona at tlB4tiac- hurch t br iaatwoek hlcki enrfare = going wild herjand are hard tocatch o Judge JW CongletgnJlasaevu ered his connection with the firm of Vaughn Congloton The business will be run in the name of Vaughn alone Clay Rose for tho killing of John Maddox last Saturday waiv ed his examining trial here H was allowed bond in the sum o 15000 which he gave Mahala Tumblin the wife of Lincoln Tumblin of Holly creek dropped dead Sunday She was in moderately good health was of middle ago and a daughter of old Uncle Dennis Brewer Last week Mrs Louisa Hanks and Miss Dora Hanks of Olive Hill had the misfortune to getI the entire stock of Hhoir millinery goods and household belongings destroyed by fire no insurance Ed Kennedy of color who hndI his examining trial on the 22nd before County Judge Congleton for the killing of Josh Batsou o color was released the proof in the case developing the fact that the killing was done in necessary selfdefense Aunt Polly Hollon wife of UnI cle John Hollon of Holly is dan gerously ilf at the home of her daughter MrsJ A Sewell Sh is one of the oldest 1if not th oldest persons in that part of the county and is the mother of 10 children 10 of whom are living Some of the sidewalks and theI bridges in pur city are in ay dept o rableconditiau This should not boo What has become of thd pub liespiritedaristocratic board of trustees They should awake from their lethargy and bestir them selves to some action in the matter A B Cox the clown performer and star attraction in the swing around of courtship contemplates locating in business at Cannel City at an early date Then hewillIl want to subscribe for THE HERALD to keep posted on tho doings ofi the fashionable smart set i t the fair sex world here Rolla Bailey and wife last Sat urday moved to the Flat known as republican Africa where the former will teach school this season We are sorry to have to make the Flat the dumping ground l for such strong blind democrats I as Bailey but he will school theI boys right on educational lines Attorney John Tester of Land saw was in town Saturday cracking jokos Caesar Hurst and som of the mischievous boys turn the flllt mill of republicaniHxq it loose on Tester and from tho in telligent looks of Tester we wouldI judge that they partially succeed ed in repnblicauizing the Equity Lawyer Aunt Peggy Tolson was on Sat urday uddonlystrickotspeechloss in which condition she remained I for some time but has now slight ly rallied She is about 85 years old and until just recently ha been doing her housework and oc casionally came to town But un less there is a change for the bet ter soon she can not last long A F Byrd and wife paid the families of JaR and Isaac Elkins of Lane a pleasant visit Saturda and Sunday Mrs Lydia Stamper Mrs J N Vauhan and Hon J W Congleton and wife ust hap nod b in at jUM salsas place on Sunday where tJte1fMtUur day r o IholjudgeJ R how it happened at West Liberty I Dr J II Stamper roports thoI following Born to tho wife of E Pelfroy July 29 a fine girl I The condition of David Rose I of Stillwator whose case was srII ported in a former issue of paper is growing worse The l wife of Jerry Childers of Stillwa ter is ill withepidemic dysintory Tho infant sou of LW Combs I I who has been near deaths door isII I somewhat bettor Uncle Jonas Campbell is quite ill with cholera I morbusIIman of the Tenth congressional I I district thn republicans of Wolfe I county are requested to meet in j mass convention at the courthouse I saturdaythel9th delegates district convention Winchester Ky Thursday August 14th 1902 for tho purpose of nominating a j republican candidate for congress in the Tenth congressional district i to be voted for at the November republicanfI present and participate in the con vention J C HURST Chairman BENJ SEWELL Secretary A large amount of matter is un avoidably left out of this issue including tho editorial effusions of the CAMITOX COURIER which in our opinion jeopardise tho success of the paper as a wholo and might call down malediction upon our management Suffice that as the managing editor we deem it pru dent to forego the publication and at same time must compliment Mr Sewell upon his preparation HERALDfA Unique Document A dispatch in Lexington Herald of Saturday from Mt Sterling says Thomas J Grubbs of Lex ington who is here on a visit is the possessor of a unique docu givene LeD Wilson before the war when the railroad from Lexington to Mt Sterling was first projected Tho npto is as follows I I 2500 For two calves I promise to pay L Dudley Wilson twentyfive dol lars when the railroad in progress is completed and the cars run from Lexington to MtSterling January 81st 1855 JOEL GRUBBS Attest J B OREAR On the back of the note is the endorsement Due some day1I Although Mr Grubbs offered to pay the note several times Mr Wilson refused to accept it until it was due lathe summer of 1872 nearly 18 years after the note was given the railroad was completed MtnSterling The next day Mr Grubbs sought Mr Wilson and paid tho note and kept it as a curiosity His son values tho document very highly Icons Laxative Syrup ituro Cars for Coistlpstloa Dotes NOT GRTPK Ifyon do not like iit better than any laxative yen have ever used your druggist will refund the money Good for children as well as grown people Sold by J G Stamper Grassy Creek Teacherse Madidsonville Ky Of will have charge off the primary department and Jas Comptou of Weston Ohio will be the first assistant teacher The former will succeed Miss Mae Davenport and the latter will succeed Edward P Greene These teach ers have been selected with much taro and our OW B M believe they will give thorough and com patent sergice t Thes faculty for 19021903 wills be the best in the history of trio institution i S Anna Pop ROBS of tho Brushy fork of Beaver was thrown from a wagon at Sandfield on Sunday and had her arm broken CamptonYwas here- Breathitt Wednesday en route to to buy timber WurDAcoal miner can get a contract by application to this oboe fr 5 t rcyi Rr Ji r REAT P Cleoring Si iIoCIoIhIqgII P f WE ARE BADLY OVERSTOCKED i WE NEED MONEYII WE NEED IT BADLY F s cLoiwG I Reess of ann actiers Costa New Goods Lates Styles Best Quality GOODICLOTHING IMens AllWool Si its 499 Mens AllWool Best Flanne s 499 l nflsuits i This is about the cost of the ti immings i 500 MENS LINEN SUITS Coat Pants and Vest at 1J35 Suit vI IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS RE THIS BOYS SUITS BOY SUITS BOYS SUITS 49II Suits 40 Cejats up to 700 We can show you ia better assortment than togetherWe who sell i the celebrated Alfred Benjamin Co Clothing I iLouis Gus Straus r PLEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON KYS WHEN Bu WHISKEY F MEDICAL USE t f OR TO BE USED 1PeS Pc aEVE1QE You want good pure whiskey and at times all need whiskey either to ward off colds and pneumonia or to build up the system when from overwork or worry the vitality is below par We have good pure whiskey well distilled from choice grain well aged and matured with special care for 200 225250 PER CALLON Iand we pack your jug in a nice plain box for shipping so that no one Ian 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 whatwe say Remit by Post Office Money order or registered letter to the HAGAN DISTILLING CO Lexington Ky AIL 3J CLARK 3 HOWARDx CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS 206208 E Main LEXINGTON KY t Honest material master mechanics and conscientious calculations itIis 4 4 s Our largest Gostoneis Talk for us They are so well satisfied themselves that they f tell others about the merits of Lexington Beer All who use it agree that it is the best beer they ever drank So will you if you give it a trial No beer receives better care in the ry brewing and the bottling J S LEXINGTON BREWING COMPANY 1 W R CRAWFORD CO t r 10 Live Stock Commission Merchants FOR THE SALE OF Cattle Hogs Sheeji Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI O ALSO v a Central Stock Yards LOUISVILLE Ylr we have tia 1M oalJet or All desirable Mock at blgbestp ee C ufpwMso- llcltett All eorreyatlewee lbeeerfally aaswered w an la U Dancer ot pun tattt to the pound Who tenon bow much corns and lion tnoch Kale ens sad gluecalled clAz1D4r tberU In coated eofleoT LI OBk ia coffeenerer dared 1 na ualad BUkx kMiw It TMh sa4 pure e Sittingdovcrnor 22 ap- pointedJ Judge Ira Julian of Frank apoP cial ffarm of the Knox circuit i court tQ try civil cases on the request if Ciciiit Judge Faulkner who declined to sit because of hav ing been an attorney in tho cases r before ho was elected judge Tho bar attempted to elect a special judge but failed on account O- fdeadlockand al it was on this ac count the recommendation for ap jpomtmentThere have been six circuit judges serving part of the regular term in this district began in 1897 Circuit Judge Clarke died in 1898 and Governor Bradley appointed t Brown who Served until after the Nbvenfbef election 189S when hi was succeededby dge Harry Ev eraolo who was elected to till l lthevacancy at the time congressmen wore elected Judge Brown Dl + wrestored to the office by a d cision of the court of appeals th court having held in a case of oleo tion of sheriff of Owsley county that circuit and county officers could not bo elected at the same election with congressmenIJudge POW vem berliS99 when Judge Tinsley was elected to succeed him Judge Tinsley resigned when he was ap pointed district attorney for the Eastern Kontucky district ndI was succeeded by Judge Ben Dis- r plan appointed by Governor Bock hanii Judgo Dishman was sue ceeded by Judge Faulkner electe- in November 1901 Judge julian was formerly judge of the com mon pleas court 1 ffim STAr v TOLEDOLiTolbj83J 1 Frank J Cheney makes oath that ho is senior partner of the firm of FJ Cheney it Co doiugbusiuess in tho City of Toledo county aud State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE DOLLARS for each and every case ofr Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrhcure FKANK J CIIENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed H in my presence this Gt h111 day of December A D 1886 rt l1J A W GLEASON- lI jl SEAL Koto Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken ini ternally and acts directly on th blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonialsfree e FJCIIEXEYCOToledo O HallsFamilylPills Not Wanted at Jackson Willoughby 8 lliama return ed from Jacksonr f yesterday whith4- er he had been sent by his paper ThJ Clncii Dab Ertquirer 1 D th Jac4ort 1of hr0 Williams bad a pecniinr experience He told aj Jackson man his nqm but thought git best not to say that ho repre sented a newspapers so he passed as a traveling man The mani charges him with being a well1l known Cincinnati newsman and no amount of argument could con n vince him otherwise Mr Williams II was given to understand that i might not bq healthy for him in the Breathitt county town so beItook a freight train for Clay where he stayed all night Yester day morning ho returned to Jackson but came back to Lexington 4onthe L E last night never having crossed the river Mr Williams says that all ap pears to be peaceful and quiet in tho mountain town In a talkwith some Cockrell men he said that they declared that no one need have iany fear of bing attacked by r thELHargisfJti JamespL 24MIBs i hello Honley was probi 7 aUy fatally shot over the heart I l1Uj2 dischargeel 4erJiI irnerc antof efeId- VitswOreW t i ni relieve you of all a tivantoAachesaud + SPPl tnm I 1Greon K I v j1c tiO t 4 lflfh1l 1Ia waateI Harry SEbugh of tne cdt lerforce has in his possossion 4 ladies gold watch Wand pin which he believes have been stolen They have been sold by a negro to a secondfiand dealer for a mere pittance An inscription on the inside of the watch case boars the i following inscription Mrs W Brookway Directories ofmusic From friends of M E Church tl ISflO The words on the breast Z pin nroiM fj U und VfU another j l part Teacher of Banner Class The originall owner of the proper 1 ty was evidently some woman who conducted a music class iir tho Methodist church Several prom inent members of that church in Lexiilgton stated that they had never heard of Mrs Brockway The detectives endeavored to ar- restI the negro and get a statemerit from him bnt have so far failed I to locate him Letters to sur rounding cities will be sent out today asking if the owner of the propertycan be located Lexing ton Herald July 24 Mother Always Peeps it Handy My mother suffered a long time from distressing pains and general ill health due primarily to iudi SpaldingVeerona Mo Two years ago I got her to try Kodol She grew better at once and now at the age of 70 I eats anything she wants remarking that she fears no bad effects Kodoledoctore I j ing symptoms Go after the cause I yourIstrengthens body by digesting your food It is natures own tonicj 1One Fare the lead Trip One fare the round trip will be given on all railroads to the Lex ington Horse Show Fair and Car nival August 1110 inclusive The Q C will put on a special train from Somerset and Williamstown and the Lit N will bayou special dayIinonce and Falmouth The Emi nonce train will leave Lexington each evening at G oclock while the Falmouth special will pull out 30 minutes llater- Vacation DaysII I Vacation time is hero and the I children are fairly living out j doors There could be no IfI I I ier place for them You need inIrI No remedy equals DeWitts Witch J Hazel Salve for quickly stopping I jI 111pninj or removing danger of serious i For cuts scalds I and wounds I used Del itts- I J Witch Hazel Salve for sores cutsI and bruises says L B Johnson j j Swift Tex It is the best remedy lejon the market Sure cure forl piles and skin diseases Beware ofcounterfeits Vaughn Dabney aged 14of Pa I ducats accidot tally shot his grandmother Mrs C Y22ndt flicting probably a fatal wound IPolsoning the Systemt theeI body is T cleansed of impurities Constipation keeps these poisons j iin the system causing headache j dullness and melancholia at first then unsightly eruptions and fin l- 1lllY serious illness unless a remedy 1lllY applied DeWitts Little Early prevent this trouble by the liver and promote IIeasy healthy action of the bowels 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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 1902 Every person interested in the science of Government should be interested in the election in these states An election in New York is always of national import and ia point of political significance Pennsylvania is second in importance only to the great Key Stone Stated is rapidly becoming an important political factor in the sister hood of states Much valuable information can be gained by a studof 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 scription to THE HAZEL CREEN HERALDwill receive a certificate that will secure for him any prize which his estimate entitles him to claim rjffni aliitioa to the certificate to each subscriber who reacts 1100 agents will be allowed one certificate for every two yearly subscriptions sent ia either new ones or renewals When you send in your subscription also send your estimates of the total vote for Governor in the three states Write your name address and estimate in the subscription blank below and mail to THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD The contest will close at midnight Nov 3 1902 and no estimate received after that i hour will be allowed The official certificates of the Secretaries of the three States show ing the tota vote for Governor will determine who are entitled to the prizes and the awards will be manic by a disinterested committee of prominent juges just as soon as the official figures can be obtained Hers Is the List of PrizesTHESE FIVE SPECIAL PRIZES WILL ALSO BE PAID For the nearest correct estimate received before To the nearest correct estimator 1000000 August 1 1902 j 100000 To the second nearest correct estimator 300000 For the nearest correct estimate received on or To the third nearest correct estimator 100000after August 1 and before August If 100000 To the fourth nearest correct estimator SOOOO For the nearest correct estimate received on or To the fifth nearest correct estimator 20000arrter August 15 and before September 1 100000 To tha sixth nearest correct estimator 10000 T For the nearest correct estimate received on or To the next 12 nearest correct estimators 1500afterSept 1 and before Sept 15 100000 each 18000 For the nearest correct estimate received on or To the next 27 nearest correct estimators 1000after Sept 15 and before Oct 1 100000 each 27000s i To the next 950 nearest correct estimators 500 Total 1000 prizes amounting to 2500000 each 475000 trla case of a tie or that two or more estimators are equally correCt prizes will be divides equally between 995 prizes amounting to 2000000 them VALUABLE INFORMATION threeingPennsylvania elects a Governor only once in four years elected Governors at the same time was as follows n thretNeTotal tote for Governor in New York in 1894 was 1165085 Lt IaN tH ttal lllrellte vote for Governor In these11 091IIII 1900II 898 j56rOWhat will the total aggregate vote for Governor in these Total vote for Governor in Penn in 1886 was 919215three states be on November 4 1902 Figure it out or II MEANtI Total II vote for Governor in Michigan in 1898f 1800 waa 971737 397809 The official certificates of the secretaries of the states of II 1X92 468687New York Pennsylvania and Michigan showing the comIC 391II 416928 bined total vote for Governor in these three states will de I II 1896 IIl780Z termine who are entitled to the prizes and the awards will 20e1898 42116 days after the official vote is known CERTIFICATE OF BANK PRESIDENT AI lUMr 7 CirtifJth tba Press Publishing Association has deposited 25000 in the Central Sav ingB inrEtatroitt Mich fqr the express purpose of paying the prizes to those making the nearest cor YorkrPcan no othaLojurposo 1 SUBSCRIPTION BLANK I 1171j jPresidentInclosed find 8toapply on Subscription Account Central SavingFanfc Name Postoffice Blaric i t SubscriptionTl County State Name 1ESTIIUTES1My Estimates of Vole for Governor in the three States are Postoffice County l state 1My Estimates of Vote for Governor In Three States L tI 1111 tll 1tI ji1 Remember that the Capital Prize is 10000a and that there are Five Special Prizes of 1000t each for Early Estimates 4- d SEID ALLDERS TO HE HE IA 1I HAZEL GREEM L