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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i ADVERTISING it 1 Column II 1 1 year yen RATES W iJ W 00t if TSiE JHAZEL t GREENyiQ u 1 vea r 20 W- ISlxft F a date copy alter your name 00 + 111I I you 10 days are before paid to tIme is l give pottoffice when renewing or to IDdlcatuIIchanged i h I t i should be t d R registered litter or beak I L RE 1r4 h I I Kinrt You V L s Have I braInanti has been mallo under his per d7i J sonnl supervision slate Its infancy Allow no ono to deceive you in tlilg All Counterfeits Imitations and Jnstasgood are butp ofInfautsWhat that is CASTORIA PareVFcontalms neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic t substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms4 I WindIand Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho sleepJGENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of 1 The Kind You s toAlways n Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TMC ccrru cOY ruur nun acv roe ern afE 3efC + t 1- GiduliIJ t i n7i7iIgihhd e tOf 11aung tra ltlhCfi RICHMOND KENTUCKY J V McGARVEY Jr President j 1 11Offers advantages no other school in Kentucky affords Situated in a J v couniry Most scholarly faculty in the State Music depart fment unsurpassed Frequent illustrated lectures by the President on his travels in Europe and the Holy Laud Sickness almost unknown Good table KTWrite for catalog I + J J i ts LEXINGTON IiI I r ELKS FA i Y A 11 16 I PHKNOSlHDl1IItJ DSFAtH BAIIJfl- RIfY Oiiiiinr7I7cr7Y11YOYU EIf1ZIRfc iEhlY1RYBODI 1 HiiifM ON APPLICATION r I J I THE CHICAGO POST THE NOME PRPEL j i sl Every FARMER should read daily The Chicago Post Every LIVE STOCK Shipper should read daily The Chicago Post Eiery PRODUCE Shipper should read daily The Chicago Post Every GRAIN Shipper should read daily The Chicago Post t I THE GREAT I orIrii MARKET NEWSPAPER j j THE REST IS NONE TOO MOD FOR YOU Subscribe through your commission firm now fl aJer or publisher of newepa per containing this ndTertUoment Sample copies Sept free on request Address r THE CHICAGO POST Chicago III Barast wn BARDSTOWN agllOa1iOll3Ii KY OII g j I X Splendidly equipped Boarding School Fulll corpsII of CollegeCourses excellent teachers Uptodate work done in ments Confers the usual Literary Degrees Prices j Moderate Opens Sept 8 Ii- ihe I9O2 I J G nrff 1S1T 0 11Qfts I OP EVERY DESCRIPTION 0ul NEATLY CHEAPLY AND- pnOMPTLYEXECUTED AT Y OFFICE AND dT1EdLTi UAIIANTEFDL dLL OAs f 1 A PERILOUS CALLING i II Difficulties and Danger Yet Wfth I in BridgeBuildin- gYfrrsh I steel Mawr rtd 1M I Woven Into toDj-fiN Witla MathematicalI J 1Jspan a one of the mot elaborate mathemat ical problems that Mists in construe the work The stresses produced bits 7 I own weight by the weight of trafbflc by locomotive driven I by the ham I I mertng of flattened wheela by the 1ralnbyby the wind and by the expansion sa contraction of the steel in summer and winter are all accurately calculated The definition of the loads and unloaded bridge IIs determined and complete drawings are made o f I every member of It The ban of tee l i puUIn1 strong enough to lift half a score of the heaviest locomotives at once and which will crush an eggshell or steel column and accurately measure the stress in each ease The dine ent kinds of members are forged riv eted bored or planed in perhaps half althoughusually speciallateIII and are then shipped by scores of car loads to the site of the proposed structure where steam derricks onNload them and pile them many feet high in stacks covering acres o groundThe huge piers may rise above the water hundreds of feet apart Itmains to place on them a 1000ton structure high above a savage chaam over an impassable current or roar ing tide where the water Iis deep the bottom of jagged rocks or treacherous quicksand or where an old bridge must be removed and the new one built in its place without interrupting navigation or obstructing continuous aceompUllhthisand ropes hoisting engines derrick and a band of intrepid builders who have perhaps followed him for years dangethanr any other calling write Frank W Skin nero in Century aThegreat span iis a skeleton with many accurate joints and thousands of steel sinews and bones each of which mug t go In exactly the right place in exactly the right order The builder piecelargers wlfUyholatdredof feet high fit together the massive girders and huge forged bars with watchmakers accuracy support the unwieldy masses until they are keyed together and self wstalnng and under tnilliqn of pounds of stress must adjust them at dizzy height to mathematical lines This he may need to do not deliberately in a com fortable shop or on a solid platform but in dangerous emergencies at utmost fspeed putting forth his whole plnnksInin blazing heat He may be in the heart of an African desert menaced by blood thrsty fanatics or in a gorge of the Andes hundreds of miles from tools or supplies where there is absolutely no supplement to blown resources Under such condltlob- bridge building Is one of the msst fascinating and difficult of engineer ing problems and requires a differ ent solution for almost every case rJIJennings were very complimentary toward each SenorjPalmait had not been for Florida he said Cuban independence would probably never have been realized When other ports one at a time closed against us Jacksonville still remained open There was always a little cigar store there from which arrangements could be made to start any expedition whlch had been planned If the SPa- l ish consul had put a bomb under little cigar store Instead of doing much protesting to the government he would have accomplished more President Palma spoke in a ter amusing vein concerning the matter of coaling stations He said the Cu bans thought very much of Key Wet and that he thought the Unite States instead of demanding the Isle of PincB for coaling purposes should on the contrary give Cuba the island of Key West Key West la slater to Cuba than Florida anyhow he said Havana Cuba Post Vleb Was Itf Sir William MncCormac the prc idcnt of the Royal College of Surgeons toIsave tory he used to have a light luncheon served there On one occasion his as sistants heard him sigh heavily looking up saw the doctor glaring at two glass receptacles on hit table askedlone I WlcfrIlain whether I te tee or onIa been the beef tea =Youths Compan lionWI oato ItYTke man who doesnt own a lqTie or a wife remarked the benof Evan aag T lsai o- yij kalaiw ittela =Yokece tlta 5 6 o 1TASTB IN FUNNY STORIES WIiI1a Are Drmtw to nom ITJaoTiled Are Hx dlaVlrY l7 tar to Other It I linebetweena story and that which touches danger AmllrarrbroughtthlprominentlyintoAt the right of the hostess sat a writer IndeceneyAtsometimes crude always clean vig oven sincere IAt first all went well Then the tellewns subtly suggested airily outlined It was the sort of a story that melees one want the windows openedbuLthat done dues not openly resent The hearers accepted it with vary d1Ing degrees of polite appreciation but uncompromisingf expressedlopinionIMl wouldnt tell that story in a barroom he announced clearly amphat IC8I1yI generaaplungej into innocuous conversation withrpreserved critic but social amenities must be The hostess who collects literary IOrffrantedIIMUCH RAW HURTS FISHING o Bts Cwths of Tromt or Baa ID ItraaafLat heavyTert throughout the middle west and northwest have put back the fishing As a general thing proprietors of ru aorta on the inland lakes like to see a wet npring ait those lakes arc mostly too hallow nnd the higher the water the butter the fishing There has been too much of n good thing however says the Chicago Tribune The floods have washed quantities of food into the lakes and the bass are not eager The trout Iis above all tiling aclean fish and must have clean water in order to feel well When the are muddied and und and chips are floating down the trout re treat to their hiding places in the deeper pools and stay there until the water tlieuijcjears The bass are not so suhceptife but still dislike to roam much or do much feeding in water that is distributed or swollen It is the belief that the present sea end will be better than many of those past because the high water now mcun full lake later In late July and August they have been too anal jlow but enough of water hen been stored up to last them through In some places theyare six feet above the ordinary level Vletlcn la Oar Libraries In some of the public libraries of the United States the percentage of fiction called for hns been reduced below 60 Even this figure is mia 1leading Novel devotees read three times asi fast as those who call fur books of other classes Novels arc often skimmed or returned as unsat Isfactory after a few diapers are sampled When the novel rending is scaled down by this consideration the excess of fiction taken out of public libraries is largely reduced A PUtorUI Pcrcoa Tattooed on the body of a man Westtelephant tombstone dog eagje fig flogsaDdA Havltr In Caakp- QraAt axciUraent waaeajMfdiro PbrA jjrko at aa entertalnmeat WOMiNwWino of Cardui is the guardian of a womans health anti linppi= 7Hess from youth to old age It helps her safely into womanhood It sustains her daring tho trials dof pregnancy childbirthand motherhood ranking labor easy and preventing flooding and nils carriage It gently leads her through the dangerous period known as tho changcuof Ube Willior CARDul cures leocotrbccat Islling at the womb and menstrual irregularity in every form It is Valuable in naevery trying period ol awomanls life It reinforces tho nervous Sealandtat organs and is tho finest tonic for women known Ask your druggist for a 8100 bows of CardufIBateniUeAJLjBlyUlMa lamnslnitWInaofCBnlalaadThed fords nlact rutthb1U1 tlel1Jb a different woman alread Senralla die hero keep the medldaes is lbety homes an the Umil r save three Sift- and tM711n1Jtflim Ba0lgDlta- Y se te Mserfst7WreaooP ram f t 1 tt 1 I- Jit My Hair Ie I hid a very severe sickness Ithat took off all my hair I pur I HairVigorback IagainWDQuinn Marseilles III One thing is certain luAyersthe hair grow This is because it is a hair food It feeds the hair and the hair grows thats all there is to it It stops falling of the hair too and al ways restores color to spgraySLH I batik All kstYY yousendw1lexpreseyouol your AddressJ SCOTCH FARE LAUDED Oatmeal Soone and IIaasl Servo as rreventlrei or Oentlats and Drspepcla j anDefendersj fare of oatmeal scones and haggis have been few To the ordinary bill of fare nearly every nation save the Scotch liar contributed something but Scotch dishes except at distinctively Caledonian functions are generally eschewed says the New York Sun A Scotch physician has however ome forward recently with arguments In favor of Scottish cooking lie says for instance that dyspepsia and den tists pre practically unknown in Scot land outside of the large cities in which the national cooking of Scotland Is discarded for foreign dishes and for eign ways distinguishedinI dentists are little known nnd whlloIthe details of cases of dyspepsia ar InoI The Scotch show no partiality for pleatt nnd pastry and In the highlands they are much out of doors two reasons I which might be taken to account for the absence of dyspepsia apart fromethe wholesomeness of their diet The Scotch aren hardy and in itoneable in recent years to Impress their views upon the people of other coun tries namely in the moral general use of cereals The popularity of cereal food has vastly increased in the a United States in the last ten yeas and if the advocates of Scotch cooking or rather of Scotch fare hove been unable to get recognition for their views at the dinner table they have f been more fortunate at the breakfast board f CHARGES IN OCEANS BED Heeeat Survey Show New CbUatt tenthe lalaad of St Vlaeeat west ladies The volcanic eruptions and other produced bed of the ocean off tile coast of StrVincent These will necessitate a careful resurvey to make navigation t safe in that neighborhood accord- Ing to Dr Jaggar of Harvard university f who as one of the party of scientists sent to the West Indies to eruptlonshaavicinity of the British island Whcref I f before the outbreak of La Sofriere and Mont Pelce there existed solidj land IIs now deep water as yet unsounded which extends to the of high cliffs bare and vertical baseII anorjy a considerable distance from the shore It is erroneous Dr Jaggar says to IIlltatein soundings asa result of the erup thins Tremendous submarine dis 1 turbancea occurred ho asserts and the breaking of the cables after the flat eruption of May S was probably s due to landslides along the bed of the ocean the extent of which cannot be determined The cables in allI probability were snapped caustic- underthe weight of enormous masses thrown upon them from the higher portions of the oceans bed tQTING BY TELEGRAPH Art mieetrtoal Device Onee rtaaaed far Vea la the LeaUlataroa I j oC tierraaycThere la only one reference to me chanted voting In the 13 reports on foreign parliaments which have lately beuulssned This occurs in a memorandum on the subject of divisions in t landtagAs Introduced in the Prussian lower house in favor of establishingasystem caned the voting telegraph an electric invention Each member was to have a at his place a handle to turn to right or left as be wished to vote yes or Jio and this paddle could be turned qnly by the member to whom the seat belonged each member beipg withI a special key The time for fag the votes of the lower houl would haveoccupJedJen There were nO practical objections made to the machine says the London Chronicle but it was rejected partly because no pressing need exlst ed for shortening the divisions and partly off account of the advantages of an oral process of voting I TnKHKRALD is not JJc a week 1 I i f w iii I Aatonoblle Races at Elks Fair Automobile races are to be made- a daily feature at the Lexington Elks Fair August 11 to 10 inclusive Carl G Fisher the Indianapolis champion and Jack Gra the Chicago distance annihilator have been secured for several exciting speed contests and they will try for the championship dur g the fair for a largo purse De Kreko Roman Carnival and jjjFairI to supplant tho old time Midway feMbres and will be ono grand gorgeous European spectacle in an arena which accommodates 300 ectators This company which was organized in St Louis especially for the Louisiana Purchase Exposition travels by its own ape cial train of 12 cars carries 212 people 20 horses 41 sets of Been cry and three military bands Noth ill g exactly like had over boon coo in those parts before it is said t and those who attend tho Lexington Elks Fair will certainly have opportunity of sejeing something 1 entirely new in the amusement line Phinneys famous Chicago Worlds Fait Band will give daily concerts morning afternoon and night during the fair This big band carries a car load of special effects To My Friend It iit with joy I toll you what Ko dol did for me I was troubled withmy stomach for several months Upon using advised to use Kodol I did so and words can not tell the it has done MeA neighbor had dyspepsia so that ho had tried most everything I told him to use Kodol Words of gratitude have como to me from him because I recommended it GeoW Fry Viola la Health and strength of mind and body depend 011 tho stomach and normalactiv y of the digestive organs Kodol thogreatrocouetructlvetomiccurseall indigestion dyspepsia Kodol di gests any good food you eat 1ake dose after meals What the Winter Will Be Prof Ace K Martins forecast r for the coming winter has just boot made and is as follows The firs frost of tho season will fall Sept Le17ththis winter tho first to fall Oct 1SI or Nov 5 There will be five zero days and two ice spells To sum it all up wo will have a cold wot winter and my advice to = my friends is to get their coal now as it will be very high as the win ter draws near We will get ice from three to five inches thick T PleaaatPhotograpor C C Harlan o Eaton 0 can do so now though for years he couldnt because he suffered untold agony from tho Leworstj physicians and medicines failed toI help him till ho tried Electric I Biters which worked such won lore for him that ho declares they a godsend to sufferers from dyspepsia and stomach troubles Unrivaled for diseases of the stomach liver and kidneys they buildup and give new life to the wboleD system Try them Only1 500sgl Guaranteed and for sale by J T Day Hazel Green or S S Camptonr i j 9 How Is This byway For sometime it has been norat cd round that Floyd Byrd would ii- a in 2 short time locate at Winchester M But tho Lexington Herald says A F Byrd of Campton K- ommonwealths Y t attorney for Breathitt and tho sutroundla counties hRs decided to mako h ihomo in Lexington Archite James Russell Scott has prepare the plans for a 4000 residence which Mr Byrd will build in th city Ho will comp here as eons this is completed He has not yet decided upon its location j It Needs a TritlicatThere are times when your liver purgtaleI tires that gripe Dpp Witts Little Early Risers expelI all poison from the system and act as tonic to the liver W Scott 531l Highland ave Milton Pa says I have carried DeWitt LittleI all1 Early Risers with me for severall years and would not be without them Small and easy to talce PurelyYiletable TfaeyneTergnp IN orditre 1 +COUNTY + DIRECTORY + HAZEL GREEN POLICE COURT H F PIEBATT Judge J M KICKEIX MarshallrW N NICKELL Deputy Marshall BOARD OF TUSTEES W 0 MIZE Chairman W H CORD JOHN D DAVIS Joint M HOSE JOHN H RoBE 0CIRCUIT COURT Third Monday in January Fourth onday in April and Third Monday in ptember DAVID B REDWINE Judge A F BYRD CommonwealtheAttoraeyjJ F VANSANT Master Commissioner C C HANKS Trustee Jury Fund JCOUNTY COURT t t First Monday in each month JudgeWFRANK STAMPER Sheriff AttorneyJ i S N Home Assessor SurveyorFRANK x SuptA0MAGISTRATES COURTS i TIME OF HOUINO AND OFFICIALS SHOCKEYMagistrate courtSECOND f DISTRICT JOHN D ROBE ConstableFebruary May August and November Magistrate FebruaryMayFOURTH DISTRICT R R LEGO ConstableCourtJune September and December FIFTH a StxmJ N CHAMBERS Magistrate in both districts DAVID ThirdFridayNovemberSEVENTH DISTRICT B F BOLIN agistrate i PORTER CLARK Constable MarchJuneEIGHTH DISTRICT GEORGE OLIVES Magistrate No constable and no set time for holding court s Luington and Eastern Railtay tint Table 1m Effect lay 18 1902 EAST BOUND Nol Wo 4 STATIONS Daily ex Daily 1SudayPM Lye AMLTxington 2 25 pm 7 45 caw inchester 3 10 pm 8 25 am LEJuncn 3 22 pm 8 37 am Clay Cit 3 5G pm U 13 nm Stanton 4 Oti pm 9 23 sin Nat Bridge 4 35 pm 9 64 am Torrent 4 49 pm 10 08 am Besttyre Jr 5 11 pm 10 29 am JacknOQ 6 IS pm 11 30 caw WEST BOUND No 1 No3 F STATIONS I Dsily ex1 Dally ri I Sunday pBesttrvepnTorrent pnfpmStantonpmClsypmWlocbeterxington 10 10 amIIIG 05 pm ManagerCHABsCOTT AgentIP A 0 ftr L BI1HCM TOM Tallt 1m Effect Jamury I lilt EAST BOUND WEST BOUND No 22 No21 ex STATIONS Dally u 4- unday Sunday mleve9 4i amJaekaon 100 pm 40 am A 8 K Junction 106 pm 8 45 am Wilhnnt 1 65 pm s sr8 30 am Hampton t 10 pm r 7 45 am Lee City 3 00 pm 7 35 am Heleebawa 3 10 pm 00 am Cannel CUr 3 45 pm L CONLEY Superintendent ROSE WHEELER 8PRACTICAL BLACK8MITH8 dbIWACONMAKERS iIi GREEN l11 y fsVlrmto the tention of theyfarmers of this vicinity j to their in ro yeti facilities 4 for blacksmitbiog and wagonmaklnga well M repair work of all kinds A full force of tint class meehaak insures promptness In the executk el- I l work entrusted to them and aatkfao f five iis guaranteed In all cases Baggy building and wagon BaHMe our Medaltta Your patrouffijMiel BpectfVllT solicited and will eiIIlEeataeettilly cRAGE ft Wfl 3 xxW H r q flAIl HERALD I l r t I SPENCER COOPER Editor I ti flicr tttaWVlpy I I F 1 t IIe Ii HAZEL GREEN KY r THURSDAY August 14 1902 7 +DBmOlR TIl+TIlKBtI + 4 ry FOR CONGRESS i11 HON Fr At HOPKINS III OF PRESTONSBURG NEOLA is a postojfice only I thc miles from Hazel Green I ji and yet to reach it by lette- ustthe missive m go to Tor i rent 20 miles thence over the L E to Jackson some 40 miles thence over the 0 K to its destination sonic 25 miles more In brief to w i iscml a letter five miles it hasII to travel a distance of 85 miles On a fivemile route the time would be about one hour Under the present 8ysl tern two days are The postofhce department a Washington is for the pur pose of correcting just suc 11e evils and we believe this on will be corrected A semi ii dailyroute between Hazel Green and Neola is what we need and what we should havet Mail from this place should connect with the 0 K trai 1thet tf TJ goingwest in the morning t 3 and with train coming east i i the evening The morning train wouldcatch our mail for r Jackson intermediate points to Lexington Louisville Cin qmnlSijetc and the evening j itrlnwouM bring us mail from I ri P the samo territory and from j the world atlarge in fact la l more favored sections of the stateand in very many of the states farm era living miles mailYat I ft their door by the new systemI kk Lofrural delivery While our population will not justify t11 establishing of such routes for this section we confidently Ac c believe the postoffice depart ment will grant us the semii ion daily mail we so much desire and in furtherance ofthatfavor we shall mail a copy of thisI Y paper to its distinguished and1 itrl Y And so mote it be i Lyons Laxative Syrup i Natures Cute for ConstlpttloD DOES NOT GRIPS Ifyou do not like iit I better than any laxative you have ever i used your druggist will refund tho J money Good for children as well ps- t t grown people Sold by J C Stamper Grassy Creek Ben Bigstaff and the Baptist Uncle Ben Bigstaff has been inII vited by a deacon of tho Baptist church to meet him and at ding the Elkhorn Baptist Association K with him in Fayette county beginning August 12th His deacon friend sent him a check for ex rpensee Uncle Ben while he is a D i Ui t4ri iIbelio1 h1 the COII fidence off all good people boII know him no difference to what church they tjojpng Breathitt j Nova rl i 1IP Miss Alice Wills who has been j visiting relatives and friends at tbeeSjtarling 0lay rOity uid Stan ton tforeomettmareturnedhomeafewy days ago and hr sistqr Miss Gal1 lic of Toliver visited her a gape thin week Miss Alice ay re Q a delghtful time i Tired Mothers 4 z f tihard wort to take care of children and to cook sweep wash sew and mend betides s Tired mothers should take Hoods Sarsapa julatt refreshes the blood improves the ap rj 5fUt v1wnrts restful aleeP 1Tare Mattie Perkins consort o- hot late W 0 Pkius notice o jphofiie funeral see elsewhere has II 4be thanks of the editor and hisa y betjier seveneighths for an ext- large fiuefit frying Icken a d j t i1iJi d t L LL io N0 PAYiNO PAPEItmss OUrtsl1 rlHriit AOl tely Pay Up Or Be Dropped From Our ListGen AGAIN we call the attention ofour subscribers who are ine arrears to the fact that wo must have money to pay our ink post IexpJlscsPapcr every thing pertaining to the printing ofa paper tdkes money And the laborer shtfuld surely be worthy his hire And to live WI MUST EAT 1 That is more money Now with the issue of July 10 a large num ber of subscriptions expired upIto date We are still sending flUthose and very many ot ers whose time is now up But we can no longer do so until we are paid The date after your name shows time you are paid to If wrong we will be Vetwant only what is justly dueII but we do want that p d q Hazel Green Campton thistI very careful attention at once Electric Belt on Trial j To introduce it and obtain agents the undersigned firm will send a few of their Electric Belts on trial a on the following terms 1100 to Belttproves beneficial and the balance 2CO to be paid in sixty days if Belt effects a cure These Belts are a positive cure for Rheuma tism Neuralgia Kidney trouble Asthn ma etc Address at once GERMAN ELECTRIC AGENCY tf PO Box 1874New York NY J 1Always Build Up Home First Why go away from home to buy flour R P Kash at McCansey has now over 40000 pounds of flour i in stock Within 81 months he has handled 10 car loads or 350 000 Its lie will meet any com petition in the state and guarantee i every sack or barrel to be as good and perhaps much better than most of the socalled first and sec ond grades put on the market For the next month or so flour j demandeMerchants who want to buy should get Roberts prices for he saysI that within the next 15 days he can save them 10 and then some their purchases All things be ing equal our merchants should give him their orders and help to build up home trade FREE TO OUR RE1DE1S lBotanic Blood Balm for the BlooLII Ifyou suffer from ulcers eczema J scrofula blood poison cancer eat I pimplesboils I I matism catarrh or any blood or skin disease we advise you to take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Especially recommended for old obstinate deepseated cases cures where all else fails heals every sore makes the blood pure and J I rich gives the skin the rich glow largebottleBlood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice sent in sealed letter Medicine sent at once A Big Bunch of prepaidII John M Rose 1cattle for the Mt Sterling market that are hard to beat They were bought within the last 30 days as follows From Polk Rose 10 head j 285 from John M Murphy five 110 James Shockey five 110 Ben Murphy one 25 Jim Taul onej 28 Murphy Miller 23 I 587 Bob Anderson four 11750II Alex Rose eight 305 Henry Rose 41rChaneyVJohns9n The 88 head cost 22lO anaverage of a little over 25 per head Just Look at BerI ITIcame that sprighly step complexion ShofI PillsRevoltall i j COfOryourselfaat J Day Hazel Green CamptondruggIsts 1k u For luau or jut Unless a hamestring broke or Bomo other difficulty bobbed up Mort Pierrtt Floyd Boggs and Johnson are this morning route to Kansas with two two horse wagons Mort and Floyd will travel in one wagon and chap and camp with the chap in lcharge of the other wagon They expect to bo on the road 80 days and toward the end of that time I look out a location Mrs Piera twill follow by rail when once the situation is selected as will also Taylor Johnson and family perhaps I while it is the intention of Boggs we believe to grow up with the country This Offer It For 30 Days Oily As wo are bound to raise 1129I sonic money within the e next 30 Days we will during that time take subscriptions- to THK HERALD and the Courier 2SOldadvantage of this offer by paying all arrearages and ono year in advance but the time will not be extended beyond Aug 80 This is allosing game with us but if 250 or more will take advantage of it the fact that this sum wiil come practically in a lump will compensate us Tell your neighbors and friends about itlI Will Not Lose His Lei Sam Hounschell who formerly lived in Hazel Green had nia leg badly smashed in a rock quarry at Lexington last week The Leader of that city on Thursday said of the atTairHAn examination of the leg of Samuel Hounschell which was crushed in a rock quarry Toes day afternoon showed that the in jured member would not have to be amputated The leg was dressed and he will probably be out in few days Shatters All Records Twice in hospital FAGulledge Verbena Ala paid a vast sum to doctors to cure a severe case of piles causing 24 tumors When all failed Bucklens Arnica Salve soon cured him Subdues inflammation conquers aches kills pains Best salve in the world 25 cts at Taylor Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sons Campton drugstores Sam Wilson the painterpoet who has for sometime been paint jug the town of West Liberty in a variety of colors returned to his best beloved Hazel Green Satur day and is now doing some paint ing for his patron saint Judge H F Pieratt Send 35c and get a free trial of Wilsons Morphine Cure tested for 14 years and always success ful Send to CORP WILSON- f 30y Calvert Texas IisaMsttltatail MAw WILBUR B SMITH LEXINGTON KY rlaesidilNElrWawae + Mr4 WI isesltesn mreryettics 9ooka aa said I la4tr t Kw- araaaT fnt1frililCIj Qr-trbeazwWILBUR Ix1aiWN Kp Liver Pills Thats what you need something to cure your ilious Iooddigestion liver pills They cure con stipation and biliousness Gently laxative An dr Wwant year monstaebe or beard a beInUtal brown or rteb blarkr Iln UI BUCKINGHAMS DYEfMItt 1CLcn II ROBERT P RASH The originator of LOW PRICES is wholesale dealer in FLOUR SALT and solicits the patronage of the merchants of the mountains He also carries a complete line of tytfti PIBICtadIse- G QtIlPIDIGI Embracing everything usually found In a firstclass country store and the par chaser may relyaI upon getting the very best itoodl for the least He invites 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 homestead of goods Which they will want to buy when they learn prices Will meet any legitimate competitionCall buyingMcCatuey Ky s v f T 544 ro tt H F PIERATT H C QUICKSALL rifCUeDEALERS IN- QIINeMe r i JGeneralMerchandise Ia 1cwIllOIIIllllllllttI 111 andICountry Produce IF YOU WANT CHEAP GOODS COME WITH THE CASH as that is the only safe and reliable way to do business 1 PLEASE DO NOT ASK FOR CREDIT- Very II respectf I IIYII T i H F All parties now indebted to me should call and settle or thero will be A HOT TIME IN THE OLD TOWN TODAY as I am deter to wind up all my out P Smined Thanking tnudN B Tpastpatronage and moro especi if you will pay mo for my goods you have consumed I remain respectfully H F PIERATT CECIL BROS SIUPICfIFaocg Grocers I Have io Stock and Sell Low for CASK the following goods APPLIlE BUTTER We quart jar JELLIES nil kinds 3 glasses 2jcIPEACH LEAF LARD SUGAR file to 61eper pound CADOVA COFFEE best in town 12Jcr BONNIE BOI LED OATS lOc package SWEET POTATOES canned 15c 2 for 25c ERA UT 3 pound can lOe- ORNtJOe per can PEAS 2 cans 25c yHARNEs3S BRIDLES GRANITE WAREc c Everything firstI class and fresh and YOU SAVE MONEY on everything you buy of us Profit Sharing The Cincinnati EnQuirer eta Ide 97000To 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 the population voting power and government of the Slate of Ohio The Problem is What will be the Total Vote in Ohio for Secretary of State at the general State election to be held on Tuesday November 4 1902I12000 willbe presented to one making the nearest correct estimate 12000 additional if an exact correct estimate is made making a total of 24000 for a correct estimate An additional sum of 10000 win be given by the Daily Enquirer fox an exact correct estimate if received on or before July 31 1902 provide such estimate is made by a monthly subscriber to the Daily Enquirer a time of making such estimate There are 4187 cash prizes in all several of which equal a lifetime competence 100 for a rears subscription to the Weekly Enquirer entitles subscriber to one estimate 150 for a monthly subscription to Daily Enquirer entitles subscriber to one estimate 50 cents without any subscription privilege entitles subscribers to additional estimates at rate ofSoc for each estimate Do not make any estimate until you thoroughly understand this ProfitSharing Plan ut the Cincinnati Enquirer All estimates must be made on blanks prepared for the purpose and in conformity with rules and regulations trade and provided Send for circulars blanks etc to ENQUIRER PROFITSHARING BUREAU Box 716 Cincinnati O ID1JCTO W T CASKEY I HAZEL GREEN KY lax perfectly harmless T Dialer in General Merchandk n stable compound It pi rfOuUCeeliminatesE cUIIEAaaolUTEH AS NOW ON HAND A LARGE and well selected stock of and aa harmless fresh air O Thousands of paUeeta have used this treatment PhyDry Goods NotionsI siciansendoreeIt Write to U TIESBend us for sample GENTS FURNISHING GOODS eta Correspondence trieDBEADYMAlJE CLOTHING C confidentialEverything YouHATS AND CAPS plain sealed package SHOEST6 IISEII ClDtCALCQDRUGS a co- O 9701 SO 1CFFEM8M AYE 0 J Fn fact everything usually kept in firsfcaaa general store Call and ox ST LOUIS M0amine his stock and hear his prices Hi will treat you nicely EDCTt fiesWint1ltt KYDrrra1t art Oraa Mtal TTMC IratewINcHI2TLR VlMI IIJ1faiU stall lrallll Ml PresidentEvrytklao IK Onhart Laws alai grIf H WHEB8POON BD HUNTER Cashier ta YebtTfe naftlU bit soil dim to tte jlaaiar Stravhtrry aai Qew Paid up Capital 10000000 ral OatatofM w affUuttM U HIULENMEYERSurplug Handsome depoiit of 140421648 This Bask IOlfdta the MeOWltaofDur Sltlatlons StCpteti ekaaU traders and bU men wr6throrau1 one 13t1tllaAaiassirek1a ocUllY1n C Ulii1gea 1tilak1 tJwSarrtA 1 HEBA TJnplllJlftJf8 UrJDI eNlead vmw8We 1p Ali bj Cotcas 1JctI s5 J r ii t o J J J TAYLOR DAY CARRIES IN STOCK A FULL LINE OF Ladies Dress Goods a+ w- w Gents Furnishings 3 m IStandardl i iI v C Lamps and Queensware Qaag F Er Cutlery andm s- Boots Shoes Hats Capsa li ow j In fact eyerythingusually fD found in firstclass store Mww H43aa AYIILLINBBI CARRIES A COMPLETE LINE OF MILLINERY and NOTIONS LADIES FURNISHINGS DRESS GOODS- TRIMMINGS I cj RIBBONS HOSE c And sells everything so low that the poorest may buy CLOIIHINO t I have a nice lot of Clothir g which I intend to close out and if you want a bargain in this line do not fail to call at once es EcAlso I will sell you shoes at 100 that I have always sold at 125 and the same pro portion clear through Remember this is for CASH ONLY J lvi SETHE P OPLES FRIEND p ft J OB 0 1 Q ENVELOPES NOTEHEADS BILLHEADS LETTERHEADS SALEBILLS i PROGRAMS CIRCULARS CATALOGSrr MINUTES c c pp We have Three Fast Presses a Power Paper Cutter and 40 Years Experience enables us to Court Com parison and Defy Competition When you want PRINTING come and see us Respectfully c SPENCER COOPER 6 nJnnnnmnmmnnnmnmmnmttniilttntmi THE LEADING DAILY OF THE BLUE GRASS REGION IS I TilE MORNING HERALD I = Of Lcxlagtot Kentucky = = It has the run Anociatfd Prtw IMoI utdwSprdalCnmtwedt nlMarrr rx= lac the Blur Gran run Market Reports aa aratc and rrlUbli n w = the oil field Pros Ball and iportlnu new n SuT and WmutnV fm11II = iron Interest pedal artlcon every question of cvnerul aitin t = EItKdiiortal Page U recozaizeA as the beatiIlho State = = It now offer a MAP OK KENTUCKV tbelatot and tt publMitd to 1 = every HaUicriiwr who pays six iiioaths In advance = It b now jrfTing with IU Sunday paper the law tlfuu writ of 8TAOK I = FAVUulTKii issued by the Burr MtJntorfi Studio erory one of them wortl = adllarII J i Z I J I THE LEXINGTON PUBLISHING CO I 9 f EPostofrlce Box 3M LazlMctmt Ky = W IM ttaCL1aa1004 Proddent DBsaJLbarc iMmDO atatuawt jp z s i tltllIilealf1 L fitsrliiliiiijJ JUlUUW1JijliaiS h Ulr i l t 4 Herat Debility imd ont there Is that feeling of- Nfcat m08 a urden of UscU not atrcrethtn- t refresh r 10 do hard fo boar what b bard be eaasltsil c is on t he ebb artd yLtemyr- I SttUtobdHIonl e sods Sarsapanlla tonrI n11 miwjualUd for all ruf cotta o conditions core cannuwl amt HE HERALD L llSolden Nickell has been quite jjbjfor some days but is now bet r W nA coal minor can get t contract by application to this Site I gneia Sunbeam has our thank do some nice locals last week and lliedresistance this week fa r l jKlDNFYS are strengthened iffid toned by Hoods Sarsaparilla Llt terns all their ailments pains in fo Joins and THE BACKACHE t Bill Nighof Leo City didnt gethi letter iu until too late for llafrtisene Hence its omission olney Oldfield and Taylor Ha U left Saturday for Illinois l there they will work in the broom oem fields For Conntlpntlon 11010111 ruathesrrulan hl l medr for ya ytmlebuaderncInumetauce1rlceit- old bj J C Stumper Grassy Cree t nitipulpitifence of W F Lykins tIm regular iinuter For 28c in stamps you can gotf- ree aII trial of Wilsons Tobacco Cure i cured thousands Cow WILBOX 9Dj Calvert Texas I I Jt M Wallis of Consolation Mghborhood lastweek wentto Big a Slate to look up a location with a tielr of removing his family t fiat HERALD and TwiceaWeek CoinerJournal is only 125 fo Enquirerfansme the time to subscribe lf W H Blankenship of tho Con violation neighborhood was visiting friends in Clifty neighborhood Saturday and Sunday elr gant call at the Hazel Green and Campion stores whore you will seo 1 Ma on exhibition for 80 days It It Every idle man in this county erin Morgan can gut work at good hjvges by writing John E James WanteavWAHTKD From 1000 to 1500t itada in this neighborhood from wageLddtesss Charleston Ill French Jones who has boon vi MmgatMoundsville W Va and ftker points for six months or BO Asa returned to his homo nea rand y ajiboro lejected Manuscripts If you cannot place your stories InTELTfERARYDine for unsuccessful authorsmugfr mj Literary Critic Publishing tea r 60 Broadway New York tf r iikind lady of this town who HP not like to see her name par to in print has the thanks editor nod his better seven tbs for a dozon of the fines tf lilt ripe tomatoes we have seen yearWrut Rent From Sept 1 1902 DWELLING HOUSES with fod gardens Each with eta taill and woodhouse and other ry outbuildings Gallon sus H F PIEKATT I Hazel Green Ky d and Ben Adkins and Milburn 1 pns of near Ezol came home k Van Adkins who was visit jf his brothers in Menefeo andj m him will clear up a 80acre iNfndary for our friend and fellow ken E F Cecilie chop 1 routsc Charley Bailey of Lexington r john Swift of Morehead ar Ted Monday evening and are frtwisting Will Green in finish P the carpenters work on the Wmy such as casing window- Ing e doors etc If they have aaterial without delay all will it JBiehod up by Sept 1 Why They Are Not Printed iAftor a large amount of typo iis up for this paper tWo llengthy lot tors are received from Daysboro theyarecamfromevery an- reached d tlieywouldand irregularra before they reach us wo have afiortosupply copy set typo take read and cor rect proof make up forms foe the press wash tho forms run the mailer wrap aud address mailcwe find that we have bit off all we chaw And to do this everythin J m caustprod sion forms bo ready Wednesday evening for prose Thursday morning c Our bettor aevon eighth s folds the papers and does mailing reforassistance we would be swamped CASTOR IIA thorChildrenho1wI KM You Hall Always BIllM t Bears the 111ISignature of Doing Editorial HonorswiE M Russell and wife are this week taking in the Elks Fair at Lexington as the representatives olupTHE HERALD ajid we hope DickIwill bo able to tell us upon his return iI lIon it feels to be an editor where they hand him around with all the courtesies lIe will prob I ably return today but Mrs Russell will take in the whole show unclekT on the Richmond pike before she returns 11KIDNEYI11 BACKACHE j LAllUrlnat7 EandCURE II- told by H F Pieratt Hazel Green l The Pound Party I j The notice about tho pound par l j ty was too late for this but will1 j conInoction j crradmonition mentions or anything aside from IIjj regular correspondence must reach us not later than Monday morning I to insure insertion that week or we may bo notified in advance so as to arrange for it Otherwise we cannot know what to expect and fill the spacewFor Sale One Fay No5six roll 8 inch J lightning llooror with beading at tachmeut One Fay carriage cut ting off saw F BUSH Sox Lexington Ky c A Pleasant Trip failded to note that Mrs H F Piora Mort Pieratt and wife nail Miss Lizzio Pieratt daughter of Joseph Pieratt of Maytown visited Grantt I Thomas and wife of St Helens safrom until And I they report that no rain had fallen in and about St Helens for some six weeks previous and that stock crops suffered in consequence TO THIS DEAr A sick lady cured of her deafness andII noises in the head by Dr Nicholson Artificial Ear Drums gave 10000 to stitute so that deaf people unable to the Ear Drums may have them ee Address No 4486 The Nicholson Inntitute 780 Eighth Avenue NewYork 4lr Some Good Day Me BoyJJ Wood Garrott who ia now clerk Devilfra j creek store made Hazel Green a flying visit arriving Sunday departing Monday albeit he had a of his dnlcinodeldebosso I eed is a good boy and his hoof et friends hero not least of whic hone THE HERALD hope some day tojj see him happily married and business for himself 1 Wilber Smiths College Lexingt t Write for particulars of uno qualed inducements to young men jj to pursue the business shorthand typewriting and telegraphic con sea of the famous Commercial Coll logo of Kentucky University See advertisement Address only Kycat WII Lingering on the Border been Killia mentioned Puckett whose several LandII1 still irfaprecancJBS condition hisII system being so weakened that he II cannbt partake of any substantiall nourishmenti and the citizens of ou torn shpuld eee that the am arciUllbed b 1 I1itltothe fleeces fa of ire atrieaet 8tIi Dr NiclKelrwasMolidep iiotn JOg called tO eke a ohil9ol1te Barney Biankenahipi wbionwa quite sick xT r oft rS A Mickey representing theI CompanyWinstonSalem herqI I elephant tobaccos W TSwango on Tuesday bought of Charley Cecil 12 yearling steers for 240 and engaged five 2year oMsteors for September delivery at 4jc per lb dCharley Rose lost week bbught of Morris Wilson a combined har ness and saddle gelding brown in 7500gj Little Roena Kash on Sunday badlythatput three stitches in the wound to store it to a normal conditiontt Floyd Clarkand wife and son of revisitinglatives j ey were on Blackwater at theme of Jim Cecil and others and this week they come to see Charley Cecil and family Mrs Clark being th i sister of that gentleman i If all our delinquent subscribers prgoodinterjter paper Yes if they will all payt we will print the best paper in the state To start the goodwork suppose YOU pay up today All who do not pay up and in advance will not get the paper after this week We mean illf James B Cecil on Tuesday pur- E chased of F M Long the storehouse now occupied by Cecil Bros as a family grocery paying 85 forII it The house was built by Long but erected on the lot of John H Pieratt and when the latter sold to Cecil he sold the site only Mr ong had to move or sell and con eluded to do the latter thyfuneral of our late friend and fel 1 low citizen Wiley C Perkins It will be preached by Dr Center of this place and Rev Johns Adams of West Liberty at the grove near the Johnson schoolhouse on Lacy eekon the fourth Sunday iin is this month And there will be dinner on the ground for all who attend and everybody is invited In an altercation at this place on Saturday Bud Mapel cut Curt Lacy across the left wrist severing the superfictallis vole artery fro hich ho would have bled to death b riutNickoll and Waldeck The forte chloroformed him and the former tied the artery since which he ha done fairly well excepting an excruciating pain and unless blood poison sets up he will soon be out WelliltgtonItcat- tle and 100 horses and mules on IJ tho market for tho monthly sale at J R Lyons Co at Welling ton August 9 and the following were made I J R Lyons Co sold to R RrYells two heifers at 80 Same to Geo Kendrick one two horse wagon 50IISame to W H Wells one heifer and three steers 00 hISame to O H Downing eight head of cattle 150cR R Wells to J R Lyons Cone mare at 40 Same to O H Downing two heifers 30 Ben Wells to J R Lyons do Cot two heifers 2480 tW125an I anJheifer 10 Alf Wells to J R Lyons Co heifer 10 Frank Lawson to Buddy Lawson two heifers 82 neFrank Sewell to W H Wells two nice yearling steers at 510 OnSusan Howard to J R Lyons Co one 700lb heifer 21 Same to Richard Wells one heii 1ferSend in your dollar for THE thanlce you guess correctlyt 1 Toothing I tThefII ly ecrvavs and fretfulIt and tpa wetp Soft s Emulsion Is the blot food and ED dkiiM f for teethlp bls ks lbeltfmia from the start If Send fora fn ainple if JacoTr 1lcwvOl1cfZ socudtrAl aaf II lt1 jj- i J r 0 1 t- e eltilcoUfUEfIA BEN SEWELL Ebtroa VOLUME L NUMBER 12 LOCAL LACONICS dI preacheSunday A C Byrd last week got two ribsI broken by being kicked by a cow Ye editor has been very sick for severalldayswith stomach and liver trouble C F Combs loft Tuesday for Lexington to enjoy the sights of the Elks Far Y 1 V V 5s v= Theinfant sbnof I Wi Combs whose illness was heretofore reported diedon the OtbA A T Combs has been confined to his home for several days with a Serious case of sickness i County Clerk Tutt reports the following marriage license issued August Oth Joseph King to Mouse Browerboth ot Holly Robert M Carpenter proprietor- of the palace barber shop went to Beattyville last week to be exam fined for an increase of pension J C Hurst left here Monday for exington presumably to take in the Elks Fair Hewill take in the convention at Winchester before returning home Ray H I Webster tho long lost husband of Mrs Louisa Webster has been heard from He i at Ashland Ky and pursuing theI tenor of his way Rev Sam Hagar for the past 17 years a missionary to Japan de favored two interesting lectures hero Saturday and Sunday his subject being Japan Remember the SundayschoolI piicnic at the Toliver school house next Sunday Dinner will bo servedI on the ground Eloquence will be dievines and orators Misses Edith Stamper and Sarah Horton two chormingyonng belles of Campton went to Ezel Satur- dAy on a visit to relatives and friends returning Monday This some news of tho fair sex worldI Butler Cox of Caney has learned by taking THE HERALD Soo Dr J H Stamper reports the following Born to the wife ofJoe Brown of Red River Aug flr bigI girl and let me say Joe was proud Imi S he takes THE HERALD he is allI ght AT Combs exsheriff forr the last few days witb cellular ton betterGsSpencers wife ofCalaboose has aI bad case of bronchitis Following is a partial summary of business done iu county court here last weekICase vs Jack Hollon breach of guiltyOrderBoling for building fence on county road J CamptontbLEvaniiOrder HanJ132 for hauling lombjc 6a same Order allowing C B Hanks fishedj Order allowing CJ Hanks25 for right pf way fbr said road Order appointing lB Bose Hi W Taylor and WeLi Hurst Jrn review location new road leading from near T C Johnson Sons storo on StilhvaI ter to intersect county road on Lacy creek near J P Rose failingtoj Case vs Elijah Whisman bas continued Case vs James Witt Raney Al len Thomas Spencer Jon Spencer esse Beck Frank Alexander Ray Morris Samp Taylor Greeley Ca 1 bell and Qnulie Barker failing toII work road continued Qasevspan FJinchem soiling5 liquor continued- Casavs J JBi Nickollcawyiug 5 c conjjec geapgnlltinedt f5Q andw c co c Case vs DB Nickell breach of peace j fined one cent and cost It Case vs D B Nickell conceals jCasei continued The Republican of l olfa conn ji ty Saturday met in masaconveb tion at the court house for the purpose q selecting delegates tQJ the general congressional oonven at Winchester August 14th The convention was called to order and its object stated by Conn 1 Chairman J C Hurst Tames Halsey and Kelly Kash wore elect iedi respectively On motion ofE C Hurst the temporary organi onwat made permanent OnJt erotica of BeDj Sewell all of the 1 i- if j 0 liusual committees except the committee on resolutions were dis paused with whereupon the chair man appointed tho following on the committee on resolutions Benj Sewell Joe T Williams R E Cundiff W E White and Por ter Lacy who reported the follow ing resolutions which were adopted 1 Resolved That we holdingR of tho time and place of the general convention August 14 at Winchester Ky for the pur pose of nominating a candidate for congress in the Tenth district 2 That we hoartily indorse the last state and national platforms of the Republican party 8 That we strongly approve the work of the 57th congress as especially the act establishing civil government in the Philippine Is lands MSewellLacyDWilliams James Neff 0 A Me Quinn J 0 Hurst G B Martin John Terrill George King Noah Williams G W Lovelace R M Carpenter C C Williams Willie Cundiff Bud White James Hal goodRepublicans may desire to attend be and they are hereby appointed delegates to attendsaid convention Said del Gtheircandidates5 That the proceedings of this- nventionco be published in the CAMPTON3 COURIER of THE HAZEL Lexington LeaderBENJ SEWELL m 2 J T WILLIAMS + + R E CUNDIFF iS gE fc E WHITE S r N P LACY o COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0JToInsure Insertion ALL corrcv byKonday I that nearby on Monday morning SWAKOO SPRINGS SAYINGS Osa Byrd of Salem gave us a chat on his way to Hazel Green on Friday J F Cecil and wife of Grassy crook were visiting relatives here jlast week P F Stamper of Mt Sterling repairingclass work Miss Jennie May and her cousin Lilburn May of Jackson are the MayIMrs Julia Clark and children of Lexington and Messrs Hickman and Lyttle of Licking are here for their health On receipt of an invitation Rush SWangonnd his sister Molly enjoy cf themselves immensely at an apple cutting given at the home of Charley Fallen of Gillmore Friday night Aug 11 JUNOSTILLWATER SPARKLES 5John Burchfield is on the sick jlist this week Joe and Robert L Roso made a business trip to Torrent one day last week R L Rose has bought a bound of timber of Joe Rose to work crossties daughterM Taylors Sunday Mrs Jerry Childers whose illness was reported last week died at her home an StillwaEer the Oth finer iitflqx An infant child of Isaac Combs bunsg 7th inst Revs Madin Lane and Rose have been conducting a series of meet- ingsJ at the Murphy school house the post week The two charming daughters of Taylor Pence and wife attended the meeting at Murphy schoolhouse Sunday Monroe Rose had a fencing one day last week and had a good gooddaysBruce Rose was one among the boys Sunday who had charming We believe she has indeed charmed his heart Leonard Taylor has just received ladyinWshe would boar all of his expenses at the Worlda Fair at St Louis nexTyear if be would attend Aug il PRESTO A HtcMMtry PrtcaitiML worsetyBy using One Minute Cough Cure you can cure it at once Allays inflammation clears the head soothes and strengthens the mu cuous membrane Cures coughs troublesIA ltttely safe Acts imaediate IJy Children life it F I 1 OI v 1 EAT rlt Clearing SolelClothiiig I t WE ARE BADLY OVERSTOCKED WE NEED MONEY e WE NEED IT BADLY r r aA w CLOTHING R eess of Manacturers CostI t 4 New Goods Latest Styles Best Quality Here is a chance to get GOOD CLOTHING at cheap pricesI 499d t i Mens AllWool Best Flannels j 499 i ens All Wool Best Cassimere C Suits ipDUU- This is about the cost of the trimmings 500 MENS LINEN SUITS Coat Pants and Vest at 125 Suit IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS r te READ THISWBOYS SUITS BOYS SUITS BOYS SUITSJ 49ThreeI asuits 40 Cents up to 700 We can show you a better assortment than togetherWe who sell the celebrated Alfred Benjamin Co Clothing Louis Gus StrausLEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON KYS Wncw BUYING WHISKEY METhCfrL USE i OR TO BE USEDr CS BEVE CQEP i 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 a par We have good pure whiskey well distilled from choice = grain well aged and matured with special care for 200 225250 PER GALLON and we pack your jug in a nice plain box for shipping so that no one can tell what you 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 HAGAN DISTILLING CO Lexington Ky CLARK 5 HOWARD CONTRACTORS AND LBRS 206208 E Main LEXINGTON KY Honest material master mechanics s and conscientious calculations are their stock in trade Hence it is that satisfaction is guaranteedI r rr Om largest Gflstoips Tysatisfied themselves that they 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 r- hretvinn y and the bottlint r LEXINGTON BREWING COMPANY W R CRAWFORD CO Live Stock Commission Merchants FOR THE SALE OF Cattle Hogs Sheept3 Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI tV ALSO r Central Stock Yards LOUISVILLE M g- W X kayo an EMtorao Uetfor alt dteair4hleJ steer at Jaltd rlea Cenigataeltt C solicited All corrw atdettesoYaerfbltltte rKeiw a i ft l i r Zia GGS- t the coffee roaster uses to glaze his coffee with would you eat that kind of eggs Iben whydrink them Lion Coffee has no coating of storage eggs glue etc Its coffee pure i unadulterated fresh strong andof delightful flavor r Ik and aroma TTctform quality and frwhneMi mama Needs It In Her Biz CEDAR BLUFF VA Aug 102 Dear Cooper I notico my time has expired for TilE HERALD Dont you stop itor Lillian Day I Evans Cecil would bo found walk ing down Sandy to lOCO what was ttinmatter for oho Hoods it in be bizSay I havent timo to gas with you this morning for I am going to mako cider today Dont forget to renew my sub scription or I will have to leave tomeCome to see us mid bring yonrl better seveneighths Respectful Ily W P CECIL What Jim Marcum Thinks James IJ Marcum of Jackson is said to have expressed the fol lowing opinion in an interview atj Lexington last week Thpro iis but one way to got justice in Hrcath itt If n regiment of troops ware sent to Jackson so that witnesses and attorneys could have protec tion the murderers of both Dr B D Cox and Jim Cockrell could be discovered and brought to justice nl Witnesses will not testify unless protected by troops Catarrh Cannot be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS as they cannot reach the seat of the dis ease Catarrh is n blood or constitutional disease and in order to euro ityou must take internal remIodies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly Jon tho blood and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine It weB prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years and is a regular r composedr oft d j with the best blood purifiers pct i stiri1 k proki curing Catarrh Squd for testi- monialsi free i iTwoAt a Clip CAM PTOJ Ky 80 Dear Sir Find enclosed 17O h Give S c Hobbs credit for 100 on subscription to TILE HEKALD i Send THE HERALD one year to A B Cox Caney Ky Yours truly BENJ SEWELL His Sight Threatened myllearoldsome weed or plant says W H f Dibble of Sioux City IntlH 66J rubbed tho poison off his hands into his eyes and for awhile we were afraid he would lose his sightt I Finally a neighbor recommends Thetfirst application helped him and ina few days he was as well us ev or For skin diseases cuts burns scalds wounds insect bites D i suri rP Relieves at once Bej counterfeitsk WsuitBAddress Changed Dear Sir Please change the adlj dress of my paper TiiE HERALD Via from Lac du Flambeau Wis r to Grays River Washington care of K Saldeou Camp and oblige JOHN W HALSEY All Were Saved For years 1 suffered such un told misery from Bronchitis writes JH Johnston of Brough ton Ga that often I was unable to work Then when everything else failed I was wholly cured by Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption My wife suffered in curodhergoes show it is tho best Croup medicine in the world A trialwill convince you its unrivaled for Throat and Lung diseases Guaranteed bottles1 SouCamptont Do1tWithout It SWANGO ILL Aug 1 1002 Dear Sir Enclosed find 100 y = for which nlease send me THE HERALD for another year We c = f cannotdo without it Respectt f fully JESSEE SWAJJGO ttt 1 You cannot buy standard pianos f ffo1 ana kag iies sewing machhte st qJP9 8Ilt sand jewelry as ittchpap any where else as you ca i r qtiao Come and see samples add YQ1l will bo convinced Yout not have to risk your money w mail o houses WGD 71 r j I i BACTERIA IN DIGESTION SrtcntlBe l2perlmentU with Chlek- D Dhow Their Presence b Ifeeeuarr to nutrition i iThe results of experiments with chicken to determine the effect of in testinal bacteria upon the process of d igestion are reported by Prot Sohnt telius In a recent number of the Ar chiv fur Hygiene and reproduced by the Stints Zeitung says the Literary Digest Chickens were kept in cages from which nil bacteria were carefully ii excluded and were supplied with food equally free from bacteria They ate nndIsteadily dtcreoied in weight and strength Another series of experiments gave direct and positive proof that the pres ence of intestinal bacteria iis necessary to nutrition Chickens which hnd been hatched and raised in a sterilized en vironment receiving only germfree food thrived for a week and then andrstrength Then they were divided tatty two groups one of which was fed on sterilized food the other on food con t taming bacteria All of the first group died in a few days the others improved rapidly and soon were Indistinguishable from chickens that had run free In the poultry yard Mme MetchnikotT has obtained analogous reo nulU with tadpoles which fed for a time with germfree food attained an j andiwhile other tadpoles fed for the tame avIaverage length of 265 millimeters j i BARING OF FEET AT WORSHIP j j A Co tom That la Hallclomaly Ob j ivrrvd Awonar th JlrQaeDt I r of th Mcwqae I The India Hindus and Mussulmans alike wear both sandals and shots mtaooiThe sandal the word iis Persian was evidently the original covering for the feet overall southern and eastern Asia j while the hhot watt probably Introduced into India by the Persians Af ghani nnd Mongolstogetherwiththe j j tiptitled IIlittite and Etruscan boot says Ute Athaiiaeum Both usually mode in India of leather areII I never of pigskin colored and while the partsI I cluuealI 8n1dellti vases rare j costly elaboration the invariable andIj iis to remove them after entering aii j private house Just when Mrpping onto the mat or carpet on which the visitori takes his seat They must lie cast ofT the right boot or shoe first j the worshiper enters a temple o mosque and it is still regarded as an absolute profanation to attempt to 1eater either fully shod Hut the do l meMIc hnblt arose out of its obvious propriety and the rrligitus ritual of the shoes of the faithful now and I throughoutIrectly derived from 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any prize which his estimate entitles him to claim tJflm addition to the certificate to each subscriber who remits 3100 agents will be allowed oie certificate for every two yearly subscriptions sent in either new ones or renewals When you send in your subscription also send your estimates of the total vote for subscriptionblackI The contest will close at afterathat hour will be allowed The official certificates of the Secretaries of the three States showing the tota vote for Governor will determine who are entitled to the prizes and the awards will be made by a disinterested committee of prominent juges just as soon as the official figures can be obtained Here Is the List of Prizes THESE FIVE SPECIAL PRIZES WILL ALSO EE PAID r beforeTo1OOOCOToon or To the third nearest correct estimator 100000after August 1 and before August If 100000 j To the fourth nearest correct estimator 0000 Fort the nearest correct estimate received on or To the fifth nearest correct estimator 20000arfter August 15 and befoie SfptrniLer L lOCOOO To tha sixth nearest correct estimator 10000 For the nearest correct estimate received on or To the next 12 nearest correct estimators 1500 each 18000 lOOOOQForTo the next 27 nearest correct estimators fIOJOafter Sept 15 and before Oct I 100000 each 27000 To the next 950 nearest correct estimators 500 T tal 1000 prizes amounting to 500000 reels 475000 tSTln case ofa tie or that two or more estimator ar equally correct prizes will be divides equally between 995 prizes amounting to 2000000 them VALUABLE INFOnlIATIONaTo aid in forming your estimates we furnish the follow The total aggregate vote for Governor in these three r hing data states in 1894 and 1893 the years in which all three data Pennsylvania elects a Governor only once in four years elcclcd Governors at the same time was as follows UtretNewr Total vote for Governor in New York in 1894 was 1165085 In 1898 the total aggregate vote for Governor la these f 1815I 1275671 three states wu 2752091 u n e liioo u I 1 i5G5OWlnt will the total aggregate vote for Governor in thesIJj Total vote for Governor in lenn in 1886 was 919212roe totes be on November 4 1902T Figure it outer 31EANii1894 953017 IOoO IN CASH TO YOU Il Total ii vote for Governor in Michigan in 1800 1898I was 397809Tl1e official certificates of the secretaries of the states of II i ii 468637NewIork Pennsylvania and1192I Michigan showing the com j iir ii 1394e 416928 binell total vote for Governor in these three states will dV II 1896 547802 g termioe who are entitled to the prizes and the awards willII 1898 4 1 IG I n a u 1900 i KJQ 214tidbes1 within 20 days after the official vote is known I CERTIFICATE OF BANK PRESIDENT I hereby certify that tho Press Publishing Association has deposited 25000 in the Central Sav 2 inga Bank Detroit Mich for the express purpose of paying the prizes to those making the nearest cor YorkPennsylvaniaother purpose SUBSCRIPTION teeeeeeeeoee KII 11JJ 1it PresidentIncosedBanffE Name j II IIU fc- vBlailcPosloffice forFstifflgfes WithoutI t ESTIMATES 25 CENTS Oounty State j SUbscriPtilltF Name My Estimates of Vole for Governor in the three States ere Postoffice J County State fe My Estimates of Vole for Governor in Three State are j 1 l 1 C NeoeeeveaeeeeoNOeNaeoa a+ a t Remember that the Capital Prize is 10000J l 910lOOOef4 4END iL aR E ST0 THE MiEQAL 1r rt HAZELJ 1 GREE1tJ i