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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a r fy l ADVERTISING RATES a 1 Column 1 year 0 O 0- q I1 year 35 00 1 vcar 20 00 j Inches 1 year 10 00 tI Inch 1 year 7 00 j FAnnouncements State and District officers SlOOO Co nty officers S500 t Town officers 300 calls on candi k dates or politicalwriteups 8 ic lineI I jrObituarics Tributes Ac prt f lirc l by us sjCa line where copy IlluraisbeJ same IU locals 5c a 1ror lineI llfffTYBODY I THE IIAZI3L0REENEstablished HERALDof Jonathan and His Continentb Max O3U11 EIGHTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 1902 NUMBER SPENCKK Owner and COOPER Tin Oldest Most Piplar HostYVidol IyCMtiliN Mst QuitedPapir b tie fontwkyMwiitains 100 Always PER TKAB Adrance CASIORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTaRIA F = = lttliiltt tiititufe Tor onng1mliefi I RICHMOND KENTUCKY J W McGARVEY Jr President R Offers advantages no other school in Kentucky affords Situated in a I departbent r t travels Europe and the Holy Land Sickness almost unknown Good ij j table STWrite for catalog J 1 1 I IIPHitUffS JilllovsllP ATTRRfiTlYr lJSFAtll8AI411 I JS GOMtffG I y a 7 8 Kdlto t I a In I J i in PltCUMINAHY GRTALOGUE I Now READY ON APPLICATION ifTHE CHICAGO POST REOIIGEDRA7 THE IIMEPAKI 11 EMIT FARMER should read dally The Chicago Post Eve n LIVE STOCK Skipper should rent Millie GUctgi Past Every PBODUGE Skipper shoild read daily Tit GfclcKi Post Every MAIN Slipper sioold read dailj Th Cftifi Put THE GREAT MARKET NEWSPAPER THE REST IS NINE TOO ROOD FOR YOU Sabjcribe through your commission fInD newsdealer or pabUiber ot newsp er containlns tills mdrorUioaicnt Simple coptet sent trao oa request Adams THE CHICAGO POST Chicago III t dstown oEgucaIto1 College BARDSTOWN KY Splendidly equipped Boarding School Full corps of excellent teachers Uptodate work done in Art CollegeGoursesents Confers the usual Literary Degrees Prices I Nleratc Opens Sept 8 1902 Ii J GBEE VE PWeB- OF EVERYjDESOEIPTIO N NEATLY oaguLY PROMPTLY EXECUTED AT- ABAETEEDOFFICES AND 8AT181 AfTION IN ALL CABS n WM M cons OF JACKSON Celebrates His 75th Birthday Withl 39 of His Family of 101 Wm M Combs one of the old est citizens of Jackson celebrated his 75th birthday July 28th with a large number of his children grand children and great grand children Counting the wives and I andIi soyiI en aru living Of 57 grandchildren 48 are living and of 27 greatgrand children 24 are living His oldest grandchild S E Hager has been a missionary in Japan for the pas nine years and recently returned to Jackson on a short visit to his grandfather The reunion of the family on Mr Combs birthday HagerbeforeyThirtynineily were present11 from Wolfe countyBesides2 friends of the family making a company of 51 people Many could not come on account of business and sickness Rev J J Dick ey an old friend started but had to return home after reaching Lex ington because of threatened illness The family of Stewart Ha ger were hindered by sickness His CaptCope I izen aAsick i allenjoyed An interesting feature of the occasion was the dis JapanMrCombsji d vary handsome lacquered box from t his greatgrandaon and namesake Wm M Hager who was born iin Japan in 1896 Mrs Combs received a red lacquered waiter and Mr and Mrs Combs received a nice sot of Rogers silver knives and forks and desert spoons also an umbrella and some smaller presents Each of his children reo ceived beautiful aingAnother intercstitg feature was an interesting talk by S E Hager upon Japanese manner of lifeens toms and dress which wore illus CfromJapanIe Japanese receive and entertain callersEvery one enjoyed the day and were pleased to see Mr Combs looking so halo and hearty on his 75th birthday Each one wishes him many years yet of health and strength and we pray Gods richest blessings upon him in his declining years Jackson Hustler Catarrh Cannot be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS as they cannot reach the seat of the disease Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease and in order to cure ityou must take internal remI lethosinternally and acts directly Jon the blood and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine It was prescribed bone of the best physicians in thiyBy country for years and is a regular prescription It is composed of the best tonics known combined with the best blood purifiers acting directly on the mucous surfaces The perfect combination producescuring Catarrh Send for tosti menials freeIHave Sued Kentucky Attorney Harvey Myers of Cov ington one day last week filed suits at Frankfort against the State of Kentucky for tho Pettibone Man ufacturing Company of Cincinnati and the M C Lilly Company of Columbus Ohio for a sum aggregating 8000 for uniforms and equipments furnished Kentucky I State Guards in the last month of Governor Buckners administra tion in 1891 The bills for the goods were not sent in till after Governor Brown was inaugurated in September 1891 and he refused for some reason to approve any of encampment er paid The last session of the legislature passed a bill authoriz ing the two Ohio firms to sue the state and teat their claims in court His Sikt ThreatemeiL While picnicking last month my 11yearold boy was poisoned by some weed or plant says W H Dibble of Sioux City la He rubbed the poison off his hands into his eyes and for awhile wo were afraid he would lose his sight Finally a neighbor recoirimended DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve The first application helped him and in a few days he was as well as ever For skin diseases cuts burns sureAND scalds wounds insect bites Dor I cure Relieves piles at once Beware counterfeits I T l J oJ + 4 L HON JOHN B CIENAULT Announces for State Auditor In tke Following Circular Letter Dear Sir Four years ago at the solicitation of warm personalII- hopingown I became a candidate for au KentuckyAfterreceived in the convention held a Louisville in 1899 a most compli mentary vote being the only can didate to contest the nomination incumbentt Auditor of State subject to the action of the Democratic party and I take this moans of announcing my candidacy to you now My friends believa my many b11line8qualify I seek and if nominated and elect ed to this office I promise to faith fully and impartially discharge i duties without fear or favor + I have always taken an in politics and affiliated with th Democratic party only and this iis the only political position I hav ever sought I would greatly value your support and any assistance yon may give me will be gratefully appreci ated and remembered Would be glad to hear from you nd hope to see you in my canvass which will be active and con ducted principlesRespectfolly JOHN B CHENAULT Look Pleasant Please Photograper C C Harlan of Eaton 0can do so now thoughi for yenta he couldnt because he suffered untold agony from the worst form of indigestion All1 physicians and medicines failed to help him till ho tried Electric Bitters which worked such wonders for him that ho declares they a godsend to sufferers from and stomach troubles Unrivaled for diseases of the stomach liver and kidneys they buildup and give new life to the wholeI system Try them Only 50c Guaranteed and for sale by J TIDay Hazel Green or S S Combs Sons Campton Hit From BehindfWood Ford an aged farmer liv ing near Glasgow Junction Barren county was on Wednesday weeki found in his corn field unconscious and with several wounds on his head Not going to dinner his family became alarmed and after a search found him lying bathed ii in blood and a largo club lying nee him When able to talk Ford oak- that a young farmer named Rob t Wilson living near by him from tho rear and his wounds with a club A warurant was issued for Wilson but h I could not be found Ford is no llikely to live A Necessary Pr8catieLjj Dont neglect a cold It is worse than unpleasant It is dangerous using One Minute Cough Cure I you can cure it at once inflammation clears the beadjjj soothes and thestrengthens mu j cause membrane Cures coughs I throat and troublescroup lung jj Absolutely safe Acts immediate ly Children like itII I Deputy Sheriff Shilo Swango last Thursday arrested D B Nickel of Gillmoro crook on the charge of sending a threatening letter toIGeorge Taulboe He was tried be fore Judge Copgleton and held to j circuit court in the sum of 500 j bail which he furnished Ij j DO YOU GET W WITH A LAME BACKII I KldacT Tnmble Makes Yea Miserable I I i Ahnetjt CYUJbody who reads the papers is sure to UowQ the enoII 1 cures made bY Dr KUmersSwampRoot I II e neat kidney liver end bladder remedy It is the great medJ ca1 triumph of the e- Beath century des I covered years of scientific research by Dr Kilmer the emI 1tier1 wonderfully successful In promptly curing I lame back kidney bladder uric add troubles and Brighfs Disease which Is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot Is not reo i ommendedfor everything but If you have kid ney liver or bladder trouble It will be found Just the remedy you need Ithas been tested In so many ways in hospital work in private practice among the helpless too poor to purII chase rebel and has proved ao successful tDIevery case that a special tmsferaeat ki a been made blwbkbaD readers of this paper I IJampJoaIJIJ J I t offer ia this paper and eoBtDc1Jlamtoa situ InpIar 1aruoW1f1J 0 o t Coughing cc I was given up to die with quick consumption I then began to use Ayers Cherry Pectoral I improved at once and am now In perfect health 4Chas E Hart moos Gibbitown N Y playingtwith your cough The first thing you know it will be down deep in your lungs and the play will be over Be gin early with Ayers Cherry Pectoral and stop the cough- 7Lsaisss7kJIkL AraaarC- oonli your dotae Itbt a tall It then do Mb lay II a UlH yon sot to tab It then dent tan It Be kern LScheWorkers The State Convention which meets at Hokinsvillo August 19 20 and 21 is the greatest event of the year for Sunday school workers of the State It is here th the leading workers of all sane iiuatious gather for information and inspiration Under the leadership of sue men as Lawrence Hamill and PhilI goothat1 possiblei ers and subject matter Wh everySundayquota of delegates Each Sunday school is entitled to at least one delegate and to one additional for every 100 enrolled These are chosen by the school and to be sent as representatives of the school In addition to these each countyU largeThesei y officers and sent to represent the county All ministers are exoffij cio delegates All these delegates are entitled to tho reduced rate of one fare for the round trip and to ree entertainment while there soon as appointed the names ofr delegates who want entertainment should be sent to Mrs T C Undo wood Hopkinsville Ky Forcom plate program and other information address E A Fox Goner i Secretary Louisville Ky Friendsd Kt troubledJ a severdUpon boiug advised uI enemt neighbor bad dyspepsia so that ho had tried most everything I told him to use Kodol Words of gratitude have coypu to me fromI him because I recommended it GeoW FryjViola Ia Health an I doyensdI on stomach and normal activity of the digestive organs Kodol1 the great reconstructive toniccuresI all stomach and bowel troubles indigestion dyspepsia Kodol digests i any good food you eat Take a dose after meals- Beautifying tkePair Crouds At their meeting last fall theI directors of the Kentucky Trotting oreeBreedersAseociationatLe x ington decided to spend 25000 ont iimprovements About 10000 of spentinments The remainder will be i vested in buildings and ground o namentation right away Already a contract has been let for 20000I putini and the grounds are to be otherwise beautified All the roadways are to be newly laid out i mixed and rolled New model barns will be built and everything repainted including the grand stand Flower beds are to be placed where they will show off to advantage and the art of the landscape I gardener will be brought to play inl many directions Work was begun on the now improvements Ilast readybyinclusive I ItMeeisaTiiic Thorn aro times when your liver needs a tonic Dont give ticea that gripe and weaken Witts Little Early Risers ez 1 all poison from the system and Pact aa tonic to the liver W Scott 531 Highland ave Milton Pa says 61 have carried DeWitts Little Early Risers with me for several years and wouldnot be without them Small and easy to take Pare vegetable They never gripe or distress f r About People You Know From the Jackson Hustler Granville Noble of Toliver was here on business Tuesday and Wednesday Rov James Little of Gillmoro visited his brother C J Little several days of this weak I IBen Murphy a stock buyer o I per throughtoW1lpart of the county to buy cattle Nathan Combs Isaac Combs Goodloo Combs and Mrs C 0 Cardwell of Wolfe county visited1 their father Wm M Combs of this place last week Several young ladies from Wolfe county are attending the Teachers amongthoI r and accomplished daughter of Z T Hurst of Campton All Were Saved For years I suffered such un told misery from Bronchitis writes J H Johnston of Brough lton Ga that often I was unable everythingIy Dr Kings New Discovery for Con J sumption My wife suffered in tensely from Asthma till it cured her and all our experience goes to show it is the best Croup medicine in the world A trial Throatm1nnd Lung diseases Guaranteed bottles 50c and 100 Trial hot 1ties free at J Taylor Day Hazel1 Green and S S Combs k Sons Campton drugstores DeadiyourJlJ the opportunity offered on Sates J upthoplace is over run with briars and weeds and is altogether unsightly But if everybody who has a relatives remains reposing in that 1 little City of the Dead will re port at that place early on Saturday morning we can soon change the aspect of affairs and show our dear departed ones that though no longer among us in the flesh they are not forgotten and that our J love for them prompts us i IOto keep their graves green you cannot go in person send someone that will work to beautify th 1place Do ye unto others as ye would that they should do by you I Shatters All Records nlTwice in hospital FA Gulledge I Verbena Ala paid a vast sum doctors to cure a severe case o piles causing 24 tumors When all failed Bucklens Arnica Salve soon cured him Subdues inflam mation conquers aches kills painsI 1set t nt0Taylor Day or S S Combs Sons Campton drug stores jl Nice Buck of Cattle Sebron Walters last week bought of Bill Patrick of Johnson fork yearIfrom Al Rudd of the same neigh borhood he bought one 2yearold heifer and four yearling steers att 100 the bunch from Clay Kee yearoliyearlings 10125 Total number cattle 18 at an aggregate cost of 42325 or an average of a fraction over 2350 per head But the bunch Iis as nice as ever driven to market from the mountains and Mr Wai l tore ought to make a good profit on his purchase HernrWhence came that sprighly step jfaultless skin rich rosy complex ion smiling face She looks good SheiJ Resultall organs active digesIIlieu good no headaches no yourselfa25 cents atJ T Day Hazel Green i or S S Combs k Sons Campton druggists tAatItended the pounding of Uncle Os car Fallen and wife Monday nighuthey having recently located i irDickvillo Alter the pounding the I young folks enjoyed a general so Icial and allround nice time I Prof Cord and familg left Wednesday morning for Mason county where Mrs Cord Robert and the profDPin th e meantime Prof Cord andll canvass the interior of the state the interest of the academy J J Connell William Piper w Mrs John T McMillan Mrs Wand F Talbott and sod Raymond oftJ Paris and MM V D Dod of MUfexstmrg are recuperating at Swum 1fJripc rf j tJ 4 r t B SUBSCRIPTIONI RATES 11 One year in ad vnne 4100 Six mood 65 Three months JO t Slogle copy 00 The date after your l time you are paid to renew 10 days before I always give post office state address Remittances when changed renewing Ihould uameIDdleamI I O registered letter or roof I BEDDCTO I A perfectly harmless RIs and compound It vegR t eliminates corpulency and flIuperftous flesh It jis aIIABSOLUTEb 0 Thousands Phpiciansendoreit of patients have air 1 0 I 1II1 Send 25 cents to cover postage Ii etc Correspondence strictlyIconfidential Everything if plain sealed package You make Bedncto at h Tit you desire you have noTI of evil effects GINSENG 0I1 EDDCTO f iI jnt1ttfdr aHr WINCHESTKB KY N H WITHEBSPOON President BD HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 10000000 Surplus 2000000 Handsome deposit of 40421648 This Dank solicits the accounts of mer chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky end offers its customers every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking octlSly Dizzy ii i Then your liver isnt acting i well You suffer from bilious ness constipation Ayers Pills act directly on the liver For 60 years they have been the Standard Family Pill Small doses cureAlldrrrakts aaurRlbro t j J BUCKINGHAMS DYEt fr8 Itse nL o own GO a r wu A ea ari a n OBlue rsurseios e8PRINC 1902 lFrait and Ornamental Trees Grape Vines Asparagus Small Fruits and ETerytMflQ for Orchard Lawn Aral Oar F dex We lure np agents but sell direct Gustt r H F HILLENMEYEItI WOOL i WANTED r fiPBOEPXP IHi JILS t I a i D A LOOM CO i KYYmanufacrtured into YARNS JEANS BLANKETS LINSEY or FLANNELS ort t tic E F CECIL F HAZEL GREEN KY Koclol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat This preparation contains all of tlM dlgcstanta and digests all kinds ot food Itgltea fInstant relieftold DeTer to cure It allows you to eat all the food you want The most sensItlT stomachs can take It By Its use many thousands of dyspeptics have bcea altereverything else failed II for the stomach Child an with weak stomachs thrlro on SL Osys stE fis OIr1- mIu =01117 erg0DaWatap aweTa0lati0K1ae0ntalna iKtimestha5csleiD 1 aF WAKEN EEPM8ECTKO GUGGENHEIMER5COkK IJDry N rM1tiMS MM ti VAmgpHeadquarters litSterling Ky f tmmediatelrrithWmite Good Pasta OraraJif rKea Fnriilabings and reqaMfe trade to 4aspeet my lfu 1lfinpJadac tMir l t O lf P r CatzrrltV Jf n constitutional disease t It originates in a scrofulous condition of tho blOOd and depends on that condition It offen causes headache anti dizlno3 impair Hie taste smell pjtIt lipnrlnjr sf tctq the vveatcrarne dh tllt son It Is always laterally null iTnatciiiiy cured by IIWnbloodpurlJjinKi alterative end tonic of Hoods Sarsaparilla Tills RTttit medicine has wrought tho most wonderful cures of all diseases depending otfsctbhila or the scrofulous habit locos TILLS ua tho best cutiuuUc mE IESMD1 Ail SPENCER COOPER Editor iI HAZEL GREEN KY 1t THURSDAY August 7 1002 +DEmoRRTIq +TleKEt + rot CONGRESS II HON OF F PIIESTONSBURG r Ar HOPKINS i i I vAiTEDA coal miner can get I a office contract by application to this I The report is now that the loss on Pryors mill was 2000 with an insurance of 1200 s Miss Gorda Brennemtm accom 4 panied her sister Mary to Torrent Sunday returning Monday BE CURED of rheumatism To all its lameness aches and pains take Hoods Sarsaparilla You must be sure to GET HOODS George Vaughn of Lexington d last week visited relatives at Days boro and passed through here on Wednesday en route home M E Ligon traveling this territory in the interest of George l thelnightir1Governor Beckham has appoint t d Attorney M S Tyler of Louis yule as Commissioner of the Lake viewA8ylum to succeed J E New man resigned i For Constipation IalieeaudehildterraalUlpiauunttotakeandper ftcilyhannJessuuueruUcfixiuniUuiccB Irlcclc Sold by J G Stamper Grassy Creek THE HERALD and TwiceoWeek Courier Journal is only 125 for 12 mouths j with Weekly Enquirer for same time 135 And now is the time to subscribe tf Uncle Dave Rose of Stillwater is fatherinlaw of Judge Center died on Sunday evening and his remains I buryluggroundon tt For 28c in stamps you can get a I I freeirial Wilsons Tobacco Cure Has c rgd thousandsCoiwCWiLsov i I30yI Misses Mary and Corda Bronne II accompaniedtby Misses Alma Swango and Edna Williams of May town paid our f office afternoon a pleasant call Saturday I I W M Gardner representing the firm of Abney Barnes Co of Y Charleston W Va and brother Joe Gardner were guests of the F Day House Friday and again on Sunday night Rejected Manuscripts If y u cannot place your stories Mtsend ten cents fpr a sample copy magnZ dressLiterary Critic Publishingt Cr50 Broadway New York tfs p 1 Donot fail taroada the ad Pub lie Sale pf Live SRfck Crop c it you want to buy bargains It will 1x seen that some splendid stock is offered and the terms are likely to snit purchasers Every body should be there i IttladI CUREtoe H r- K 3oldbjJH E Pieratt Hazel Green Ky Mrs Mary Wells wife of Dr t Wells the postmaster at Ezeland Mrs Jerry Murphy of that place were in town shopping Monday Rand the center of attraction seem r Jot at Mrs F N Days mil i hnery emporium J r t Y1TNVFrpiJi Sept 1 1902T DWELL TG HOUSES vith rood g1r + Each witsta1 isl other oodllay an ta 6sliddrss Jon09 if I qrfah q ir4 OUR ypung friend the editor of the CAMPTON CoURIER department of this paper Benj Sewell esqr says in explanation of the elimi nntion of his editorial lust week that the articlel condemned the condition of affairs in Broathitt So do wej so does every good citi zen in tho land Aye we not only condemn it but we deeply deplore it But we do not purpose to take issue with either of the factions as he most assured imphX cation and innuendo We should thus become a party to the feud t n one side thus sacrificing our j anatomy to tho aim of tho abused faction and laying our paper liable j to action at law from the samejj source The greatest editor AmerII ica over producedjthe lamented andc learned Charles A Dana said the acme of journalism is to discrim inate between what to leave out and what to put in and generally j the ability is displayed in thntjj which is eliminated However Benny and we are now too close akin to quarrel And hes young yet but hell lawn that there isJ a vast difference between un braveI courageous nervy man of gritI and a dn fool I WE place the name of Hon FIA Hopkins the Democratic nominee for Congress at the head of our columns this week with the full assurance that ho will bo elect ed by the largest majority that has been recorded iu the Tenth district in an off year for the last decade reclord jI muchIhonor to himself and credit to his constituency Briefly he will prove the peer of any member andover be one to whom we can point with pride CASTORIAi For Infants and Children The Kind You Hart Always Bar tit Bears the- signature IJ of After a continuous service three years and one month ofII printer John M Decker on day July 27 left us Whither lie went or his present whereabouts are equally unknown Suffice it that circumstances over which he had no control caused him to go Naturally we regreted to see him leave and it was with much sor row that he bade us goodbye But aside from this personal feeling is another please Wo are thus com pull dto get the paper out single handed furnish copy set typo read and correct proof make up the forms feed the press run the mailer wrap and address the packages tc c Hence a halfsheet this week but next week and after we hope to give you a full sheet j and with each week improve the paper But to do this we must have money and ALL must pay up at oncethis week I Seep It in Your Horse And when the bowels fail to act properly take a dose of LYONS LAXATIVS oin the kidneys liver and bowels will keepI your system in good working order aifd make your complexion clear Sold by J C Stamper Grassy Creek John Davidson and Mr Towns send of Dayeboro are this week taking care of the grass of their awayteachingthat these gentlemen ore absolutely porfect for neither of em takes THE HERALD but they are shore right neighbors of whom any com munity should be plethoric with pride and it always makes us feel good to record the deeds of such men As ye would that they should do by you do ye also unto exemplifiedbettered by their existence Mrs Ella Baird was lodged in jail at Vanceburg one day last week charged burning the resi dence of W M Scott All the contents ware consumed and Mr who narrowhad existed between the families for months James Drake of Torrent has charge of the public school a MaryBrenl1emnu congratulate Mr Drake upon the selection he has made for Miss Mary is a fine young lady and one ju whom all Hazel Green has just pride Marion Hurt whose mother lives in this state was accidentally shot and killed by his partner Dewitt Brown at their hunting camp on SpringColorldo Pr1bYt1 asIWlnterrun upSeadforfree SCOTT BOWNX Coiit 41H1Sp g aUo iii 1 If A GenerationoWwrLru Coffee could DAB be bouti-nI bulk alt 20th Ccnttzry way is the Q LiooOolu way Miled packages a1 ways correct In weight clean fresh uniform and j ictaining Usoich flavor Judge Caleb May the gentleman for whom Maytown was named and an erstwhile prominent citizen of this section passed through our town Monday morning en route to Lee City to visit his daughter Mrs Wellington Rose Judge May left the Bill Clark farm and removed to Town 22 years ago where he re mained for a few years and then went to Kansas He now liven at Ossawatamie and we believe this is biff first visit since he left a score of years agoClOur man about town heard him say Monday that he noted many improve eQfnJ1d that once familiar scones are iow strangeto him C piitt OUfil fi BEN SEWELL EDITOR VOLUME BOMBER 12 EDHORAIL ETPHSIOMi THE editorial matter for this department that was refused publication last week condemned the condition of affairs in Breathitt county In justice to ourselves this explanation is necessary Of course it takes grit nerve and courage to do some things and before they are done it would pay to have a policy on your life is the opinion of some conservatives LOCAL LACONICS Rev W T Tyler last Saturday went to Maytowu where he preach on Sunday ledThe editor of THE COURIER is congratulated on every hand for his editorials Z T Hnrst of Boxer Breathitt county was here Tuesday boxing around with friends Mrs Lydia Stamper and daugh ter Bessie went to Ezel last week to visit relatives and friends Aunt Peggy Tolson whose illness was reported last week is no better but is gradually growing weakerJ Hollon went to Holly on Monday to be nt the bedside of his mother who is dangerously ill at tho home of J A Sewell County court convened here on Monday Several people were in town the necktioless horscswap pers being well represented Capt W L Hurst and son Han nibal and daughters Minnie and Corydonthat place Arcanus Brewer oldest son of G B Brewer of Holly died July 29 of flux He was a nice young man about 10 years of age and a cousin to ye editor The public school at this place opened up Monday with Prof Geo Clarke as principal teacher The prospect for an aggressive wide awake uptodate successful school is very promising County Clerk Tutt reports the following marriage license issued July 23JW Malouey to Ettie Edwards Jack Hollow to Laura Cockerham July 81 Monroe e Banks to Cora E Teater Hon A F Byrd went to Win chester Monday on business He plceAswe will regret to give him up but it is minus one Democrat The Baptist footwashing meet- Ing at Stillwater on Sunday was well attended by Campton folks among them being ye editor an wife Harry Combs and his hear9tcharmer Sallie Tutt Cud Hanks and his intended Florence Tntt etc etc Occasionally pan demon ium reigns supreme in Campion on ac andtlawabid ing the fool and the coward neer Camptonand down When the campaign gets under wi11beRepablicaniamNow Republicaptoi torials are tho life of a prfper Sob scribe now and have your souls made glad with live hot things Wm C Congleton of Prineville Oregon is the guest of his brother Camptona mouth before returning home Mr Congleton is welltodo finan cially and an allround handsome good fellow We say this much fo thecharmingyoongKentucky ant call and some one of them persuade him tolie himself hard- and fast in the bonds of matrimo ny A good little wife and Tax iizs1hiq a i J 111I Mrs Ellen Swango and daughter Dora of Millersburg are visiting relatives and friends in and about Hazel Green They left home two weeks ago since which they have visited at Mt Sterling Ezel and intermediate points en route Our friend E F Cecil has the thanks of the editor and his better seveneights for a fine mess of ex tra fine mountain oysters Loutf VKaUty- Ii IMS of the principle or Hit ud IIt early in dieted IIr falling appetite and dlmlnUbln truth and endurance Hoods 8 VMp rUI In the cntOcst ylUllserlt aeL on all the brie nsaad builds uii the whole sistem I Butler Cox tho prospec tire can didate for matrimony h prom isrd to subscribe for THE HERALD as soon as he gets ready to go to Cannel City on condition that there is nothing said about it for publication LaterSince the foregoing was written the allround ladies man Mr Cox has handed us a bright goldstandard silver dollar for THE HERALD one year We will be overjoyed when he puts up5 for his announcement for matrimonyIn court Monday James Spurlcck was arraigned on charge of bigamy His first marriage was to Alice Combs of near Torrent and the second or bigamous mar riage was to Mary Ledford daughter of Ballenger Ledford formerly of this county Spurlock was ar rested in Owsley county about two weeks ago and gave bond in the sum of 500 for his appearance iin the county court at the time above specified to answer said charge fatherinlaw No2 Mr Ledford going his bond Mr Spurlock an his bondsman appeared in court Spurlock being represented by At torneys G B Stamper and J C Hurst It was soon understood that Mr Ledford was not willin to longer stand on the bond of his much married soninlaw and while some preliminary motion- wera I being made by his attorneysI preparatory to waiving examina tion and giving bond Spurlock hied himself away from the scene of trouble leaving father ialaw No2 with a forfeited bond against him Stamper Hurst protest their innocence of any knowledge of or conspiracy in the matter o their much accused client giving legbail SUniY On Sunday August 17 SCHOOL at the Toliver jjchool- FlOilO house there will be a Amonetherg will be carried out ForenoonS on gby choir pray or byRey J W Doan Lecturo Frailty of Society by CCFulks Characterbyground bpRevJAoBaker byBenjj lction of the Sunday school p tb I Church by Rev GilbertWalton CharleyMcQuinn qtfnnce will be galore throughou- the whole exercises Everybody Y should attend and have their mindsI brightened up on the live tdpicflofr I the day Music will lend its part the charm in the program COx11 1wiim SPARKLES Corn crops in this sectioni are looking welt seriouslyinCurtis HanUoy and wireor Laodsawy were visiting here Snq day Misses Rots Belle and Alicejay JorpT Stamper branch weH visiting here Sunday Morton Rbso aid Melvip Ed wards were vialUng on Baptist branch Saturday night weekboughyearlingtlef1 jf Rose and wife have beep called to the bedaMepf their Mbk daughter= Mrs BfrilU Stamper Ellsha Roa who la jteachipcihe et Spring branch school on Holly iiail7ri ha p Under the management of J F i roadinS1 tabI9 JttiaJiifJ reaidence the b Y oj i itiw L to Cora jtt T x jJi x B Tester Squire J M Taylor officiating Here is wishing the happy couple much success Quite a ilarge crowd attended the communion sleeting at the old Baptist church Sunday and good order prevailed Died on tho 4th inst at the homo of his daughter Mrs G T Center David Rose He had boon an invalid many mouths He jBayoaqnita large family and a host of friends to mourn his loss Aug 4 PKESTO MORCANCOUNTY WEST LIBERTY WISPS Miss Teckley Baor of Hunting ton W Va is the guest of Mrs Hattie Moore Aba Smith is erecting a handsome dwelling in the Salyer addi tioh which will be an improve milt to this already beautiful placeAunt Rebecca Wilson of Caney had the misfortune to fall quite tn distance down n declivity one slay last week but fortunately was not hurt seriously Born to the wifo of Will Fletch er of White Oak on the 2nd inst a boyweight nine pounds Dr B F Carter was plenipotentiary extraordinaryDr left Sunday the Ragland oil fields to ascertain the quantity of oil in well numbe two of the Licking River Oil and Gas Company Will Carter son of oxSherif John S Carter and a daughter off Squire Henry Wells wore married on the first of August Elder R C Maxey tieing the knot Wilmore Kendall and Henrj Cox have boon on the sick list eve since the nomination of Hopkins No doctor was needed When the beverage that makes votes count had run out they felt bettor Miss Myrtle Filson a musician of some reputation of Maysville is the guest of Miss Leona BellEl Carter this week and on Sunday she gave a concert to tho elite off this place Her delightful singing and playing enforced admiration and compelled applause Her pro gram made the most direct appeal1 to the hearts of the listeners The young talent of this place including Miss Beulah Thomas are rehearsing a comedy entitled Old Maids Convention uude the supervision of Mrs Lucy Me Guire of Morehead The play iii9 abundantly filled with fun and herd0e put upon the boards the latter par of this month tf IMrs Charles A Atkinson ol MyrgMaysville g Leona Belle Carter of this place thesevening was thoroughly enjoyable Miss Filson beautifully rendered liD Promise Me and Ernest At kinsons rich base voice never was better displayed than while sing ing Asleep in the deep Aug 3 NOSLIW Oldffield of Grassy on Friday night llasts 11pound girl and Dr Nick ell rejoices that it is another dis franchised Democrat PUBLIC SALE OF liGSWGlOpSGo countyKentucky Oi FRIDAY August 15th 1902 Sell to the highest and best bidder all mj Live Stock Household and Kitchen Fur niture and some Real Estate as follows AU tnr Household and Kitchen Furniture CropseAbout GO Acres Corn 6 Tons of Hay2 Wheat Stacks 1 Bay Mare 3yearold Mules 80 Head Cattle Hogetand about 8 Acres of Land Terms made known on day ALLISON ROSE WALTHAMf WATCHES NEW ENGLAND WATCHES INGERSOLL WATCHES- They range from sire of a 20c piece to the size of a doorknob lQQ IOOOO and upward UABTERSt J HQIJZ JEWELER t LEXING ON X IiDtYodoatEJtiepiiirinRtdaoi jc l t tj v or I4LI44 lohiqgJFWE I 11a WE NEED MONEY 1 1 WE 1BADLY 1 L CLOTHING- I RoarIDess of Maml1actllrers CCottL I New Goods Latest Styles Best Quality Here is a chance to get GOOD CLOTHING at cheap prices Mens AllWool Suits m 499 Mens AllWool Best Flannels ft Ton Menus All Wool Best Cassimere Suits OOUU trimmingsr500 SUITSCoatIMPORTANT TO MOTHERS LLREAD THIS BOYS SUITS BOYS SUITS BOYS SUITS GOOD ALLWOOL ThreePiece Suits ft Three to Eight Years at flp 1I 48 Suits 40 Cents up to 700 We can show you a better assortment than all the houses in Lexington togetherI We are the only house in Lexington who sell I the celebrated Alfred Benjamin Co Clothing Louis Cus Straus PLEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON KYS WHISKEYrF RI MEDICcLI USE FOR TO BE USED ItS t EVE1lQE 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 2254250 PER GALLON and we pack your jug in a nice plain box for shipping so that no one can tell what you are getting and send you a nice etcped glass and corkscrew free Send us your order and let us prove that we mean what we say Remit by Post Office Money order or registered letter to the HAlAN DISTILLING CO Lexington Ey CLARK 3 HOWARD i CONTRACTORS AND BUiLDBES 206208 E Main LEXINGTON KY Honest material master mechan ics and consciencious calculations are their stock in trade Hence iti is that satisfaction is guaranteed Our laIgBst llllstemJL Talk for us They are so wellj satisfied themselves that they tellothers about the merits of Lexington Beer All who use F it agree that it is the bestbeer they ever drank So will yoU iiff you give it a trial Nobeef receives better care in thiz brewing and the bottling LEXINGTON BREWING GOMPAP W R CRAWFORD CO Live Stock Commission Merchants FOR THE SALE OF Cattle Hogs She Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI of ALSO OentriaAStock Yardi IiOIIISYniLE Kf j Cololleged1 w F 7 f- wr III n