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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 jrRATES t 1000 TtiE IIAZEL GREEN HERALD tOne SUBSCRIPTION uitu year l In iu I advance ii 00 RATES 100- in 65 2 IChes 1 ear W + Thne months II 30 I IDCLate1fltI District Established March 4 1885 Made Famous In the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell i cop 00 H ADUO 8ioOO County officers 5CO date after yonr name indicate j eerst1ie 300 calls on iiSll1gleyou are paid to You Ihoaldrs canl1lEIGIITEENTH YEAR 10 days before time Is out andHAZELiitiiiJcal vrittUior GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY anddate THURSDAYObituaries Tributes Ac pre AUGUST 21 1902 NUMBER 5Iway give postoffice county Iwhen havewhere renewing or to your SSrtd bv uss en line copyI address changed farnlsTie dl same as locals 5e a line SlKNCKU Owner nml COOTKU Editor The Oldist Mist Popular Mist Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 100 Always PEH In YKAK Adnuiee g Q Uemittances registered letter should or be bank made draft by M 1L I 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estimate 12000 additional if an exact correct estimate is made making total of 24000 for a correct estimate aI An additional sum of 10000 will be given by the Daily Enquirer foi 4In exact correct estimate if received on or before July 32 1902 provideL J Lath estimate is made by a monthly subscriber to the Daily Enquirer ai1II time of making such estimate There are 4187 cash prizes in all several of which equal a lifetime j competence I I 100 for a years subscription to the Weekly Enquirer entitles sub scriber to one estimate 150 for a monthly subscription to Daily Enquirer entitles subscriber to one estimate I I 50 cents without any subscription privilege entitles subscribers toI additional estimates at rate of 500 for each estimateIII Do not make any estimate until you ProfitSharing Plan oi the Cincinnati Enquirer All estimates must be made on blanks prepared for the purpose and in conformity with rules and regulations made and provided I Send for circulars blanks etc to ENQUIRER PROFITSHARING BUREAU I If Box 716 Cincinnati I OII II If If i TilE CHICAGO POST iE PAPEL- Emr FARMER should read daily The Chicago PostII Eterr LIVE STOCK Sbliper shottd read dalli Tie Clicigi Past I I Eiery PRODUCE Skipper should read dill The CUeap Pest I p Eierj SRAIN Spper sbould read dailj Tie Cklcaco Pest THE CREAT MARKET NEWSPAPERT- HE1 lEST IS NONE TOO ROOD FOR YOU I Subscribe through your commission firm newsdealer or publisher of lIewsp 11ft cont11z1lnz thlz w11ertlMmenL Sample copies sent tree on TMUS1 AILkCIU- v THE CHICAGO POST Chicago III I I ii1ds1own CoEducalional College I I BARDSTOWN KY Splendidly equipped Boarding School Full corps I qf excellent teachers TJptodatc work done in Art CollegeCoursesments Confers the usual Literary Degrees Prices Moderate Opens Sept 8 I9O2- it jr fBJ3E riWEX Xff FV B I c ri OF EVERY DESCRIPTION II 4r c4 Tit1 r4 NEATLY CHEAPLY AND I YEXECUTEDATIOFFICE J THE TEST OF THE SKY Not to Earth testto thin wtdsarchIn SkJI thrlcllniplt dwDoEven to thy teat and judgment sit things comeSky of a thousand storms orallLlmltIeeInscrutableLaws that men rea- rUnltad accuserhereFull many a doctrln IIICb In church or state Hallowed by usage fair of outward cuille bcutlthOr bind the sumptuous dwtUiac of the great sunAU d and undonBut e1MrTruth tofearNor unstained faith from yon broad classessent GraaaaatThaoarohlncSkyIn who dread vauU and teUlt rlgnt abyss worldtouallNotcome loAW waste and highAnd SkyDora I thflLLset U AM going to found an Order of IDomestic Servants and call it the Order of St Zit announced the en terprising Mrs HartleyDunne when I went to call upon her the other day And will it be a success do you II she with con thinpImy corn ing just at the right moment is quite certain to achieve a great success During the winter Mrs Hartley Dunne had already organized a course of lectures for soldiers wites last tuted a Ladies club in her country town opened a vegetarian restaurant near Charing Cross and subscribed half the funds towards a home for summer cats so she felt entirely jus titled in speaking with decision about her present venture But why name itZitaT I demands wonderingMy I dont suppose youre ever beardof St Zka she returned and I confessed my total ignorance with shameWeiInevermlndsaldMrsllartley Dunne encouragingly between our knowIis published by the Truth society for a penny It must have been very clever of them to have written itif they do not know anything at all about hen mar veled I Oh not I dont mean that ex claimed my friend precipitately of- course the Truth society always doea everybodyIawkward I shall have to be more careful for the future What I meant was that you and peo ple in our set as a rule are all in the dark where the Acta Sanctorum la concerned Put me out of my misery quickly pleaded I If you care to know 6t Zita was HartleILoecaIhas eves been canonised Really Indeed Exactly 01 said I q dont quite know which U the most appropriate comment to make but I wish to convey to your mifad that I am tremendously impressed by what you tell me And do you want to hear all about tny order I am simply dying of curiosity I replied To begin with she began a cons in of mine Ie going to lend me his country house in Hertfordshire for the Xovitate house and there Lady Abbess and the Choir Zitinea called mothers of the congregation will re side and train the lay Zitincs for seer ice nut how to obtain thaPostulant asked I I have thought of that orphansend foundlings can be easily supplied forth purpose by the cardinaL Of course they can said I And the rules are all drawn upN Obi Let me hear the rules 1 A Zitine will be taught from the earliest years that she is the happiest Isnd most fortunate of women 2 She will take the great stcare of the property of others whilenev de Siring any property of her own 3 She will dress in a simple man berlnc pableof attracting th admira lion of the opposite sex 4 She will only speak when char ity or necessity requires her to do so 5 She will guard her eyes whilst talking to the milkman and the butch fit boi6 She will not deaD the sink out irith a dinner napkin 7 She will not make coffee in a teerjiig should there already be two pther coffee pots in the house 41s 6he will never pour paitfina fcpoa the kitchen Sees She will never complain to any loa except the lady INK Oat campr the11 abbeuII I kvc BO kealtaUom La app rig iro j f tO to you for all the domestic servants I may ever require You will have to subcribo to the order and become an oblate said Mrs HartleyDunne gravely You know it is just possible that when a lady tells you se has never been able to find a servant to suit her she herself maybe a tiny bit to blame and for this reason it has been judged expedient that all masters and mistresses after having their references thoroughly examined into shall be divided into two elaasea the worthy and unworthy and only the former shall be admitted aa oblates of tho order of St Zita They I will pay a yearly subscription and be constantly supplied with servants from the home It sounds most charming and cS lightful I exclaimed The greatest care will be taken in the placing of ZiUnes and should a worthy ever have the misfortune to become an unworthy its name will at once be taken off the book and its subscription returned The lady ab ben however will be particularly die erect in listening to a Zitine corn plaint and she will frequently ad monish a discontented servant that the circumstances objected to may very possibly be for the good of her soul Most wise quoth L There are rules for the mistresses too Mrs HartleyDunne continued They must never lay traps for their servants or fuss about after them whilst they are working and they will have to hold a chapter of faulta every Saturday morning when the Zitine will one by one accuse themselves of any breakages or acts of disobedience that may hove occurred during the week The mistresses will be allowed if necessary to administer a gentle reprimand but they will have no power to inflict penances on those under their care If it ever should happen that a Zitine turns out to be really unsatisfactory she will have to be re turned immediately to the Xovitate house where suitable penances will be inflicted upon her by the mothers of the congregation sad in this case a- In that of illness her place will be at once refilled by another sister I am glad to know that somebodyis going to give her what for said L Mrs HartleyDunn looked at me disapprovingly and went on Dur ing sickness and old age the Zitine will receive every care and attention at the Novitiate house she will be surrounded homecnmfortsvraitedonhy bright young orphans and allowed to sit unoccupied with her hnndsclaspeda la her patron saint This Iis the great feature of the order which will be constantly alluded to made the most of and held out as an inducement to perseverance by the lady abbess and all the mothers of the congregation and the thought of those folded hands in the future will cheer the young lay sister through many a working day It would said L The motto of the order ifa Laborare est Orare but the Zitine will notibe required to study Latin for all practical purposes a general idea of the meaning of the expression Facta non Verbs will be considered sufficient She will divide the 14 hours of her working day into seven part corre sponding to the seven canonical hours and she will be educated to understand that a proper performance of her duties from six a m till eight Is equiva lent to a course of devotional exer eLse How systematically arranged I cried with admiration But are you never going to let her have any playtime at allr She will be allowed a little mod sat recreation during her dinner hour and again a little while jut before she retires to ret but should belts ring during that recreation she will be trained to answer them with ckeerfnl ness and alacrity Her price will be above rubies aa King Solomon observed My dear I cannot quite feel that you are entering into the spirit of the order with sufficient seriousness said its founder doubtfully- Oh please yes Really I am Do tell me more I hastened to assure Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis courages and Ilessens ambition beauty vigor v l landcheerfulness soon disappear when the kidneys are out of order a or r = diseasedKidney trouble has prevaJentth forachildtobebornafflictedwith neys 1 lithe child urln ales too often If the urine scalds the flesh or If when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage It Is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon it the cause of the difficulty is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards tim treatment of unpleasanttroublekidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose Women as well as men are made miserable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyThoSwaapRoot Is soon realized It Is sold flftyIIIiIIIcent free also pamphlet tell cr Itoa lag all about It including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Khmer Co Binghamton NY be sure and TTifBtloo u paper ll000 FOR ONLY 100 The man who can guess nearest to the PeaulualaaacI Vr o X I Lost Hair ij U handful I J creep in I tried Ayers Hair Vigor I iI and it I corning I colorMrsM I Theres a pleasure in paratlon It gives to all who use it Thehairthickerlonger glossy And you feel so secure in using such an preparation AHrK w U your druggist cannot supply you expressyouof your nearest express oce Address J c AYKB CO Lowell XML her Should you think she will remain long in her situations asked I Yes I should say that as a rule the Zltine will always remain in the same place said Mrs UartleyDtinne thoughtfully and mistresses will soon discover that that Iis one of the great advantages of having a nun for a servant being already in a state of perfection she can never have any in tention of leaving to better herself Ladys Pictorial Yele Flchtara EUonore Frochaaka born March 11 1785 at FoUdam was the daughter of upintown she became a cook in some citizens house When the great war against Napoleon broke out in 181aJ she was led away by enthusiasm toIquit her town secretly by selling her poor belongings she procured maleI attire and weapons and enlisted underI the name of August Benz in the I Lutzow corps On account of her tall ii slender figure her sex was not dis I covered until she was mortally woundJed This happened in the encounter in the Gourde forest Rrgierungsbezirk Lunrburg Kreis Dannenber September 18 1813 The Prussians were there occupiedbymer In 1863 a monument in memory- of her was erected in the churchyard at Dann nberg and another in 1680 in the old churchyard of Potsdam When a boy I often MW cheap illusrra tiona representing her and my mother told me about her Notes and Queries Kla Word Between Prleada Maud You looked really charming at last nights dinner tterlniNo know you at irstStsy Stories FREE TO OUR READERS ii j Botanic Blood Balm for the Blood Ifyou suffer from ulcers eczema scrofula blood poison cancer eating sores itching skin pimples boils bone pains swellings rheumatism catarrh or any blood or skin disease we advise you to take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Especially recommended for oldII obstinate deepseated cases cures where all else fails heals every J sore makes the blood pure and rich gives the skis the rich glowI of health Druggists 1 per large I bottle Sample sent free by writing I Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and freo medical advice sent in sealed letter MedII icino sent at once prepaid MANY OF OUR SHEEP GOATS j Mstefc ot the Mnttoa Sold ta 3rge I DUes la the Meat ot Angoras Among stockmen it U notorious that a great deal of meat that Is sold for prime mutton in St Louis Chicago Louisville and Kanww City la really Angora goat meat just aa good eat ing and far more profitable to the atockmen by reason of the greater value of the fleece mohair against wool says the Kansas City World The Angora goatraising interest ia steadily growing throughout the United States Its headquarters that 1a the headquarters of the American Angora Goat Breeders association are ji right here In Kansas City W T McIntyre is the secretary of this assocla tion Mr Mcintyre says There are 50000 Angora goat in the country today and the business ia growing fast It has all been built up since March 14 1891 when our assocla I tion was formed Then according tojj government statistics there were but 20000 Angora goats in the United States And not one registered NowII we have about 30000 registered I pricefrom J gofromanimals bring from 250 to 5 a head It pays to raise any kind but just now tandpolntitdock Angora goats do better than sheep anywhere but are especially better in brushcovered sections They are far sheepOurbaa 393 members now in all parts of the United States ilnAuatrnllai Take THE HERALD at 100 per year and try for part of 25000 f o oP- f o I Gordoa Wells Bradstreet Ratiig The Bradstroot Commercial1 i Agency recently wroto their HazelI Greon refereo to secure the assets of Gordon Wells that they could givo him proper rating in their report and tho referee anxious to do the gentleman justice askedII him to furnish an itemized Hero it is verbatim ot literatim 1 Quilt which I ran my leg j throughto I 1 Broom 25 2 Bare GeeWhiz 5p10Pou- ndsi nice bacon 10 ISalt 2 Soda lets three uang0about 5 2 Hairpinsonoruety071 Cobhandled knife052 Muskrat hIdes101 Pair new stockings101 Pair stockings with hole05-I Set of nice tinplate spoon 15 I Pound bran less a cowlick 001 1 Pint moonshine less a swig 23 Grand total147f-I think this iis purty good oonsiderin we have only been married about nine years Respectfully GORDON WELLS To My Friends It is with joy I toll you what KoI dol did for me I was troubled with my stomach for several months Upon being advised to uso Kodol I did so and words cannot tell the good it has done me- A i neighbor had dyspepsia so that ho had tried most everything I ofIi him because I recommended it GeoW Fry Viola la Health and strength of mind and body jonjitythe great reconstructive toniccures- all stomach and bowel troubles indigestion dyspepsia Kodol digests any good food you eat Take a dose after meals Like a Letter Full of NewstBniDOErouT TEXAS Aug S Editor HERALD Enclosed you will find One Dollar and Twenty Five Cents 125 for which I wish to take advantage of your generous offer of the THE HAZZL GREEN HERALD and tho Courier Journal twiceaweek for one yearI know my subscription has expired long ago and I am sorry I have delayed my renewal so longS But I still want THE HERALD Its like a letter full of news of my friends in Hazel GreenLVery truly MRS JULIA JOhNN Look Pleasant Please Phqtograper C C Harlan of Eaton 0 can do so now though for years he couldnt because ho suffered untold agony from theS worst form of indigestion All physicians and medicines failed to help him till ho tried Electric Bitters which worked such won ders for him that ho declares they are a godsend to sufferers from dyspepsia and stomach troubles Unrivaled for diseases of the atom ach liver and kidneys they build f up and give new life to the whole system Try them Only 50c Guaranteed and for sale by J T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sons Campton A New Kentucky Lime Pennsylvania capitalists among whom U exGovernor Stone have begun the survey for a railroad to extend up the valley of Big Brush Crook in Knox county for a dis tance of 10 miles The survey has been begun at Artemus two miles north of Barbourville and work will be pushed rapidly to its com pletion Tho purpose of the roads to open up and develop vnlunbleII mineral and oil lauds in tion of the state It Needs a bale There are times when your liver needs a tonic Dont give purga tives that gripo and weaken D Witts Little Early Risers expel all poison from the system andact as tonic to the liver W Scott 531 Highland ave Milton Pa says I have carried DeWitts Little Early Risers with me for several years and would not be withouta them Small and cosy to tnkef Purely vegetable They never gripe or distresspWant It fK OM Tsar J R Lyons Co Wellington Ky lost week sent us tho report i of stock sales at that place and tot add Mr Cooper the above Itfor publication We also hand you 100 in stamps for which please s send us your paper ii tk2ij0 f J rn COUNTY + DIRECTORY + HAZEL GREEN POLICE COURT JudgeJW N NICKELL Deputy Marshall BOARD OF TUSTEESI W O MIZE Chairman W H CORD I JOHN D DAVIS JOIIK M ROSE JOHK H ROBE ICmCUIT COURT FourthMondayinSeptemberDAVID B REDWISB Judge AF BYRD CommonwealthaAttorney VANBANTMuterCommiuloDerO 0COUNTY COURT I First Monday in each month JudgeWPRANK STAMPER Sheriff AttorneySS N HOBBS Assessor SurveyorFRANK CoronerJSupt 0MAGISTRATES COURTS TIME OF HOLDING AND OFFICIAJA SlIOCXEYMagistrate courtSECOND RosaJILinFebruary Magstrate FebruaryMay LEGGMngistrateCourt days First Friday in March June September And December CIIAMBEBBMagistrate VJDDANKSThirdFridayandNovember BoLtNMagistrate MarchJuneOuvanMagistrate settime LOIalfaa and Easturi Riltvay Time Table In Effect lay 18 1902 EAST BOUND II No 2 I No4 DaUISunday PY Lye AMLye Lexington 2 25 pm 7 45 aw 3 10 pm 8 25 am EJuncn 322 pm 837am Clay City 3 50 pm 913amt- anton 4 00 pm 923am- atBridge 4 35 pm 9 64 am Torrent 49 pm 10 08 Beattyve Jc 14 11 pm 10 29 amII Jackion 15 pm 11 30 WEST BOUND No1 I No3 DullySunday pmBeittyvepOITorreutpmNathJrIdgepmtantonpOICICltyLAKJonon 9 10am S OS pm pmLexington10I ManagerCHAST R MORGAN S P A 0 ft K BUICK Tim Table Ii Effect Jaaury I iSIS EASTBOUND WEST BOUNDo No 22 I I No 21 Daily ex STATIONS Daily ex Sunday I Sunday L m arr p m lev OOpm94OaznOLjunciion 8 45 am Wilhnnt 1 55 pm 8 30 amHampton k 10 pm 7 45 am Lee City 3 00 pm 7 35 anHelechawa 3 10 pm 7 00 amCannel City 3 45 pm M L OONLEY Superintendent ROSE WHEELER PRACTICAL BLACKSMITHS AND WACONMAKERS urn GREEN KY IInTite the of the armers of this vi ciuit to their im ro red facilities for blacksmlthing and wagonmallng M well as repair work of all kinds v A foil force of first class mechanic Insures promptness in the execution of all work entrusted to them and satisfac ion la guaranteed in all eases BoW building and wagon making are our specialties Your patroBace u n I pectfallr solicited end will be dulyap predated bsectfally Ac KOBE a WBZELg x z q 4I2 SS 19rci iiE jwt1yRllLtll d =SPENCER COOPER Editor KYITHURSDAY August 21 r 1002 +Dimo Rr THl+TIClKEt + FOR CONGRESS HON FiAr HOPKINS OF PRESTONSBURG EDITORIAL + ERUPTIONS a A SUIT entered by the Countess of Buena Vista against Gen Brooks gives a hint of tho enormities from which we delivered tho Cubans Porto Ricaus and Filipinos It appears that away hack in 1701 the King of Spain wanting to do some thing for some courtier who had tho common longing to live by the sweat of other peoples brows gave him tho right to collect n certain tax on all moat slaughtered for tho City of Havana For nearly 200 years his doscondants have on joyed this income for whichof courso they did not make the slightest return Gen Brooks ab olished the tax and the Countess has sued him for the income Of course the General is not lying awake at nights worrying over it Thinkof how many other similar hoary iniquities in the Spanish possessions were rudely swept away by American occupation 0000 TatE sudden death of Senator McMillan of Michigan deprives the Republican party of one of its ablest representatives in the Senate and the State of Michigan of its most distinguished citizen Ho with Senator Burrows his colleague formed a duo of tho most uncompromising advocates of the principle of the protective tariff and were powerful men in the coun McMiltj i lan was a captain of industry of no mean renown and was a native of Canada i 0000 TIlE publishers of Pennsylvania Grit are tobo congratulated upon the phenomenal success that paper has attained and the occupancy of its magnificent new home paid for from its street sales and subscrip tions It comes as near to hating something for every class as possible i in one journal and that with i what its name implies is the key to its success Like a once famous bitters everybody takes it 0000 THE Republican candidate for congress in this district is White John G according to the deliberations atWinchester last Thursday and hell be whiter before the cam paigu closes Aye by the time Frank Honkigs gets through with him he will be a bloodless corpse i t 0000 REV Pl J FFJIIEB father of tho enoughJfSlin the pastime of jubilating over his sons victory to declare that ho would have been glad to be 7 present at the fight and pray for those who were there r OOOO TIlE attempt of Swift tL Co to secure the control of tho beef bus inoss of Boston with all the control implies may simply draw from the residents of the center of culture the spiteful ejaculation 0 h t f Qtt t i MISSOURI editor who no doubt one of the t antipleasure io ioAa ut7ie qlfliliiprssaRa in bg tb a picnici Many of the went put for pleasure others accompaniedi bY their wives iiZeoJ8 I npop6f V r t Y eyosaud ears ara anxiously t waiting for the next session of Congress to see and hear what Mr sayabouts j the trusts iund we hope he will be r dq equal to the task set him i 0000 aJ CHICAGO is still in the strike 7 c business The grave diggers are J prtpow out and the people will have tito stop passing away for an iuI ti j finitoperiodIH i it POOP I r1 t useditor Qf tbQ Campo Cou i rier says belongttoth trust Butltf J t f k a = l 0 KINO PIERPONT MORGAN had a front spat at ttie coronation He is generally in front N OOOO TIlE beef trust is seldom heard of now and still the price of meat remains at the top notch 0000 A DAY without rain is indeed rare August is altogether too am bitious when it comes to watering the stock 0000 GEN SMITH takes his punish ment for doing his duty in a man ful soldierlike way Ho has noth ing to say 0000 THE Philippines are certainly becoming Americanized Nowspa pers over thore are already being sued for libel 0000 THE coronation was actually gone throughwith and King Edward has been crowned Now what will tho fortune tellers say 0000 ATTORNEY GENERAL KNOX might take Bailey and Tillmau to France with him as a boll guard They would want nothing but the weapons that nature has blessed them with 0000 TIIACEY the outlaw was tho most popular man in tho State of Wpsh ington and if he had not taken his life tho pooplo might have sent him to Congress or inn him for Governor 0000 TilE Publishers Auxiliary says Editor R R Perry of tho Win chester Sentinel Republican pa per suffered from blood poisoning for two weeks as the result of an insect bite and the inference i that tho poor bug died in tho hor rors of hydrophobia West Liberty Dist Annual Meeting The annual meeting for Wes Liberty District will convene with I the church at White Oak Morgan county on Friday September 19 and continue over Sunday the 21st It was voted at the last annualas sombly that all meetings thereafter should be delegated meetings and the church where meeting is I held would be asked to entertain tilt delegates The delegates to the annual meeting consist of all i preachers church officers and por J asII the church will not bo expected to entertain thorn Wo want aworking meeting + and not an eating meeting WM II CORD Chairman I TrialIi agentsIfew of their Electric Belts on trial i1011 the following terms 100 to be paid in ten days if the Bel proves beneficial and the balance i I2CO to be paid iin sixty days ifI the Belt effects a cure These Belts are a positive euro for Rheumatism Neuralgia Kidney trouble Stomach aud Liver trouble Asth ma etc Address at once I j CYIlfI ISuit Against Sheriff Carter As far back as July 80th Attor j thojI I prepared a suit to recover from ex I Sheriff John S Carter of Morgan county the sum of 498204 that I is claimed to be due on his settle ment for taxes for the year 190h The United States Fdelity Company of Baltimore Md bondsmen for Carter was made a party to the I suit Tho action will be brought in the Franklin Circuit Court I IJustLook at Her i iiWhence camp that sprighly stop complexiongoodfeelsI uses Dr Kings New Life Pills digest for blues Try them yourself 25 cents at J T Day Hazel Green Camptondruggists I SwineIthro I i here Monday morning with a pair I of his famous 0 I C shoats which I he had sold to Claude Henry of the I MorganII about 90 days old and weighed were right at 100 pounds each They are pure white when clean and Mr Rose has already demonstrated that they make fat faster than any stock of swine ever introduced in- lthis section IThoKldneJsand SkinI skin will be pimply or blotchy Hoods Sanapa mitt strengthens and stimulates thin Iddneja and clears the complexion By thoronebli purifying the btoodit makes good health Pounding of Oscar Fallen uljtfife Oil a recent night a largftscrowd tat the home of Mr and Mrs Oscar Fallen of Dickville and gave tho old couple a surprise party South Coldiron with ban jo and Harlan Trimble with his fiddle enlivened tho occasIon with music and everybody present en joyed thi event Following is it list prlMntsVater JPPictIewdlsIf Enlth Trimble Cake toilet soap Clay Nictell Pickle dish Mrs toe Nickcll Quart of sugarMrs W T Whaley tStone jarMralhrlan Trimble Glass jelly Mra Jose Swnngo Water pitcher 3Iij Mary Trimble Quart preserves Mra Angelina James Frying chicken Erb Swango Pound coffee Forest Waldeclr Poumrot1aEd Day PoundcoffeeCharley Rose Pound sodaWill Quicksall Set teaspoons Ollie Waldeck Set tablespoons Howard James Pickle diabEliza James Jar apple butter Quina Barker Frying chicken Steve James Doily Nevada Nickell Twist tobacco Hailan Trimble Halfnet teacups and saucers Harlan OldfioldChickenMrs Rose Ellen James Basket beans and pickles Mrs Nan James SoupbowlArbury Kash- A suburb of Hazel Green w I This Offer Is For 30 Days Only it wo are bound to raise i1 I 25As money within the S next 30 Days we will during that time take subscriptions to THE HERALD and tho Courier 115Oldpayingsup all arrearages and one year in advance but the time will not be extended beyond Aug 30 This is a losing game with us but if 250 or more will take advantage of it cometpractically a lump willcompen sate us Tell your neighbors and friends about it I Wants It On Trial BELKNAr KY Aug 7 1902 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir You will please find inclosed 25 cents for THE HERALD for three months for Kisor Wilson Belkuap Ky and then I think I can got his order for a year Yours truly JAMES H DUNK Shatters All Records FAGulledgeVerbena doctors to cure a severe case of piles causing 24 tumors When allfuiled Buckleus Arnica Salvo soon cured him Subdues iuilam painsBestJ Taylor Day Hazel Green Or S IS Combs t Sons Campton drugstores W II Yeager a Louisville man t AvalontCatalina Island California Wed nesday week by A II Boyd of Los Angeles The shooting was ii- a in saloon over a game of cardsI Beep It in Your some And when the bowels fail to act properly take a dose of LYONS SJlUPItacts gently but effectually on keepjyourJ f Bake your complexion clear Sol d by J C Stamper Grassy Creek Take TilE HERALD at 100 per year and try for part of 25000 Send 35c and get a free trial of Wilsons Morphine Cure tested for 14 years and always success ful Send to CORP WILSON j f 30y Calvert Texas HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY X19029034 TUESDAY Every department will bo kept up to the lbeat- Competent teachers in charge of all classes The new building a great advan tage ofthreedayLetofthisSept2ndHazel Green Academy Sick Headache weUAppetite constipated Tongue coated Its your liver 1 Ayers Pills are liver pills they cure dys pepsia biliousness25c U besatttnlbrownBUCKINGHAMS DYEt ltors 10 eno D aFrn o It e ei A Co FMUi e M mIeheapeat j ii 7 O H F PIERATT H C QUICKSALL PIEI n CD DEALERS IN IieraIMerchandisetJ111- J iJ it e j j i Iii I CZ Ii Live Stock and Country Produce j IF YOU WANT CHEAP GOODS COME WITH THE CASH as that is the onlysafe I and reliable way to do business PLEASE DO NOT ASK FOR CREDIT Very respectful ly r H F PERATT CO t tAll parties now indebted to mo t lWk- v q 4WSTOWN TODAY ns I am eterIf1 mined to wind up aU my outstaud P Sing business Thanking you r B past patronage mill moro aspeci rIIIIIINif you will pay me for you have consumed IItllly I remain respectfully 1J ha H F PIERATT CECIL BROS tupe FDncgGrOC8rS Have in Stock and Sell Low for CASH the following goods jarJELLIES 25c PEACH LEAF LAItl ISc per pound SUGAR Me to file per pound CADOVA COFFEE bet in town l licBONNIE ROLLED OAT lOc package SWEET POTATOES canned 15c 2 for 25c KRAUT 3pmmd can lOc LORN JOe tper cm PEAS 2 cans 2- rB0HARNS c BRIDLES GRANITE WARE tc fie Everything first class and fresh and YOU SAVE MONEY on everything you buy of us ec c i JlIfUn lhon tUitihde ffr11 oungtadilts l RICHMOND KENTUCKY J W McGARVEY Jr President J j Offers advantages no other school in Kentucky affords Situated in a I I I beautiful country Most scholarly faculty in the State Music depart ment unsurpassed Frequent illustrated lectures by the President on his I travels in Europe and the Holy Laud Sickness almost unknown GoodII table gWrite for catalogt1+ ciI BEDUCTOi I n Is a perfectly harmless veg RI II n etable compound It 1Fn- sttivelyaudperufanently EEeliminal1 flesh ABSOLUTE corpulency It is 11Iand andas harmless fresh air D 0Tbousandssicians endorse it Write U us for sample toU f FREE TREATMENT i I IScnl 25 cent to rover loo C plain etc confidential CqmSiiomleure sealed pfickasc laJcII can make Ileducto at if you desire yon hav homeT 9fear pf evil effect j GINSENG CHEMICAL CO I 0 370i SO JEFFERSON AYE 0IST LOUIS MO I BBD1Jj TO1in- c1Le I i tkJ ttr a WI icIIE TER KY Jf H WITHEESVOON President B D HUNTER Cashier Paid 10060000ii Capital Surplus 2000000 Handsome deposit of 40421048 This Bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers tradersand insincsu men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and offers its cu tonleu ever facility and the most liberal terms within the limits oil lecltimateiankinu octl8ly I ROBERT P KASH The originator of LOW PRICES is wholesale dealer in FLOUR SALT and solicits the patronago of the merchants of the mountains He also carries a complete line of DOnolal Mefo8I1I1i8Oallh1tfll Embracing everything usually found in firstclass purchasergettingverymoneyHeandMorganAndlearobiamight pay come prepared to take home tobuylegitimateQQlUpetii Call nor writeme before buying KOBT P I AS- McCausoy Ky t I Yiti f o t y I W T a GASKEY i HAZEL GREEN KY DealePE in General Merchandise I iand Country Produce I HAS NOW ON HAND A LARGE well selected stock of I Dry Goods Notions GOODSi I READYMADE CLOTHING HATS AND CAPS BOOTS AND SHOES PATENT MEDICINES I DRUGS OILS ct c- IrIn fact everything usually kept in a Ort class general store Call and ex amine lite stock and hear his prices He will treat you nicely fd nts aookKHplngDasIB ssII PHONOGRAPHY8ltttaTJpeWrltlag Tele11Pq t srramtrra 4WILBUR R SMITH LEXINGTON tYtrewondbtaCOUMEICIAL paittonCostEzpoklUonRefrri TaitiesaidTelegarfiyiadalfiuMThr U LitereryCoreernauaeslrMEovae UraduaWsneoeata4IsOnlyWILBUR A GOOD FARM J O i iLE0- II I ACRES OF LAND lying I 25 on tho waters of Falling I Water in Wolfe county Ky70 ACRES cleared ready for plow A i good log house of two rooms good I log barn and plenty of water for I family use and stock Plenty ofI timber for all fencing Eight miles I from Hazel Green 8 miles Campton and 3 miles from fromII town Possession March 1 o 7 fllN CASH will buy i- tWlfbutI it is worth 1000 lfFor further information call or address TilE HERALD 5tf Hazel Green Ky uPogusSaleI r v o 4 c F j J rt J TAYLOR DAYtCARRIES IN STOCK A FULL LINE OF Ladies Dress Goods 828B6 Gents Furnishings is1 o gJ H Ladies and Gentsoz h Standard rrLamps and Queensware 43lsS2 gBootsg aWCiOT z S M = s usuallyfound IShiSSCrCtl IT E DAY MILLINERY CARRIES A COMPLETE LINE OF MILLINERY and NOTIONS LADIES FURNISHINGS a DRESS GOODS- TRIMMINGS c- RIBBONS HOSE c Jt gfAm sells everything so low that the poorest may buy CLOTHINO i I have a nice lot of clothing which I intend to close out and if you want a bargain in this line do not fail to call at once CS OESAlso 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 I J 1VJw ROSETHE PEOPLES FRIEND Jr lJa3 7Itl f I f1IJ = 2 D tvjf ww- i lr NTINQId ENVELOPES W NOTEHEADS BILLHEADS R LETTERHEADS t SALEBILLS PROGRAMS CIRCULARS CATALOGS MINUTES 44- C c IP aWe have Three Fast Presses a Power Paper Cutter and 40 Years Experience enables us to Court Com parison and Defy Competition When p you want PRINTING come and seeo us Respectfully c SPENCER COOPER Jo can JI Tlltntnnmmnmnnntnnmmnmtntntttnnn = 3 = THE LEADING DAILY OF THE BLUE GRASS REGION IS 3 1 TilE MORNING HERALD I= Of Loxlnztoti Kentuckyww M = It bu the ran Assodated Press De patche Special Corrcspondentii cover II elagtho Blue Grass full Market Reports accurate and 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before manlflatinsrltscK In much cutaneous era lion or aUi duIar swelling It Is best to be sure that you are quite tree from It and for Its complete eradlca lion you can rely on Hoods Sarsaparilla Tbe best of all medicines for all humors =JfIB HERALD Will Govodon and wifo of West Liberty are visiting his father Bud mother Mr and Mrs John Tom Gevedou t WASTED A coal miner cjin get a contract by application to this officeII Efl Day lleft Tuesday for Sher tilt Arkansas to take the position I of assistant bookkeeper ina lutu campy John II Rose has removed his shop from Lower to South tapper street where Roso it Davis Iworo formerly located ITCHING oozing scaling Salts cured by hoods Sarsa J1aiillatbe great unequalled remedy for every kind of SKIN DISEASE If you have never soon a red ele phant call at the Hazel Green and 4 Campton stores where you willsee ono on exhibition for 30 days Born to time wife of John Penn ington on Saturday morning nj 1 finer1 specimen of the genus homo j 4 ForCoaatlpntJonII bLron rc m ol perIectl1harmJes Al Howard of Clark it Howard contractors on the now academy t came in Monday night and is this week pushing the work on it I For 28c in stumps you can get tree trial of Wilsons Tobacco CureaII Has cured thousands CORP WILSON 30y Calvert Texas Charley Whaloy who has been visiting relatives of his father in Harrison county returned home Monday much pleased with his trip TilE IlEitAin and TwicoaWeok CourierJournal is only 1125 for 12 months with Weekly Enquirer for same time 135 And now ia the time to subscribe tf Miss Lou Ward loft Sunday ac- comPaniedr by Dr Center for Mt i Sterling whore she expected to have her ears treated by a special I istWANTEDFromi 1000 to 1500 rt hands in this neighborhood from August loth or 20th at good wages I Address JOHN E JAIES- Charleston III y Mrs E SI Russell returned on Tuesday from Lexington i ah j where last week visited tho Elk Fair r and her uncle Torn Graham who lives a few miles Qut Dickcame home last Wednesday Jimmie Perkins has been confin T dto his homo with fever for two weeks past and his mother Mrs Mattie Perkins requests us to say I that the funeral of her husband W C Perkins must be indefinite- lyT postponed in consoquenpe Henry Pioratt has rented Prof Cord for dormitory etc his house and two cottages on the heights and rerouted to John H Rose the house that gentleman has occupied for a year or so past Only three M leftspeak quick or yophl be left A man named Goin the same Iwho painted tho Morehead school secured the contract Jo paint the 1 academy here and put own Foot fctR Painter Wilson because he bid too P highmust be content to sling the jobtf Noah Cisco hoe excavated a cel fcx hr and is now preparing to build a residence on tho lot ho recently p i purchased from the sj which is one of theMcGnireestatoI jv in town There are by the way aI tfc few more of those lots for sale and I1a letter to Courtney McGuire at lA Clay City will bring you the cost e orone I J +I l For Sale Ono Fay No8 six roll 8 inch lightning floorer with beading at Uchment One Fay carriage cut iihg off saw 4SolfLexiugtoul ft z- iiii HfIs the Saiittl Jsige Lnik William Luek for many years a citizen of this place but who has atlMyrtleatl connected with some land ho owns and incidentally visiting among his host of friends to all j of whom ho appears the solfBamo Judge Lusk as we were wont toI call him in bygone days if he read in TilE HERALD AskedII mored death he said Yes and I just kept mum to see if anybody would say anything good about me And tho rumor not being I ratified wo refrained from saying I vaniItorhi9I I bonaon score Ho says he loft all1 the family enjoyingj good hea- lthCASTOR I AII For Infanta and Children The Kind Yir urn Always Bwgiitj I Bears the- Blguatnro fltfof Z7 iAt I Loren Us Nut Caaltat Live Here I James Day a native of our town iiI but at present a resident of Mid land Texas whore he has many diversified business interests came in Saturday He is accompanied I by his brother Willie Day who is clerking for Will Pieratt of Bethel I and they are this week visiting atI reiIabvesI t ho will ever have a tender j feelingIj for this place and the I under no circumstances could he ever bo content to live here out in the world iia so different He II I will start for homoJFriday or Saturday Mrs Willie Day was with i I t j her husband ManuscriptsIfstoriesII I I send ten cents for a sample copy of THE LITERARY CRITIC the moga line for unsuccessful authors Ad PublishingCo j Had His Toe AmputatedI George McQuiun while attempt ing to board a car loaded with i stave bolts at Adell on tho 0 K Saturday night had tho toe next to tho big one cut off the big toe peeled of all flesh and other toes more or less injured His foot caught under tho wheel but just I how that particular toe could have t been cut off without amputating the next ones to it is a mystery j Dr Waldeck dressed the wound on Sunday morning and says that if j blood poison does not sot up the foot can be saved For Rent From Sept 1 1902 I HOUSES with 3DWELLING Each with stable coal and woodhouso and other necessary outbuildings Call on address H F PIERATT si Hazel Green Ky jI Happy Harlan Trimble and his partner Smiling South Coldiron i have been giving a series of musi i cales with violin and banjo for the iI past few nights assisted by other I I impromptu amateur talent which have proved very entertaining to j II all who were fortunate enough to iI be present For Sale Cheap IGood farming Will lands sell in near tracts Glen to j Call on or ad dross H F Bradley at Glencairn Ky or the Eastern Kentucky Tim bor and Lumber Co Winchester Kentucky 5tf IIA man named Jennings stayed night with Charley Cecil Ho was en route to Gillmoro to setup a saw mill he had in transit to saw out boundary of timber for Day Pryor for whom ho is doing business which ho thought would make a million feet of lumber Miss Mary Breuneman who is teaching school at Torrent assist ant to James Drake came home Saturday and returned on Sunday afternoon accompanied by sister Miss Corda who took her homo in Mr Bronuomans Irish jaunting carGordon Wells has tho thanks of the editor and his better seven eighths for three sixinch green cu cumbers which beside being a nice relish are a curio inthat these triplets all join the main vino in a half inch of each other cSgi tbgvjiVl 1ClJOoQC Farm for Sale in this paper An early ap scant can a bargain in this byapplication to ithis office Seead tVantd Coking Coal tanjIVmi writcif Yon have the laiuL You can make a good deal j i 0 fr 0 I Saturdayfromie laying the foundation of the new bank building He returned Sun day evening accompanied by his daughter Myrtle and Miss MattiI Evans both of whom will visit at that plane indefinitely I KIDNEYBACKACHE CUREIold by H F Pieratt Hazel Green Ky COUNTY NEWS NOTES =o IEitTo insure insertion ALL corres byMondaythat nearby on Monday morning SIDE of John Crooks iia ISUNNY who has been quite sick for several days ia slowly mending SunnySidescribe and mother spent Wednes lYelast very pleasantly with Mrs Boone ot Daytboro W T Caskey and wife of your town pleasI SamIKenIthisII goldbug in the gravy Aug 18 SUSIE SUNBEAM STILLWATER SPARKLES B D Rosehaa gone to Mt Sterling on business William Taulbee of Bath county u visiting friends and relatives at this place Bud King and a Mr Gillam of Elliott county were witting on Stillwater last week I Granville Hose was seen at Toliver on Sunday enjoying the company of the fair sex I An infant child of one Mr Elam and wife died Saturday night and was bur I ied on Sunday Quite a large crowd of Stillwater folks attended the Sunday school picnic at Toliver Sunday Robert L Rose one of Stillwatera bright young men seems to have fallen in love with the Clark Branch or rather the people of that place Some unseen low kown vagrant one boraeIwas loose in the road near the house James Stephens was arrested on suspi ciun- One day last week lien linkershot one of Uncle Jeff Roses horses while passing along the road Some eight or 10shot hit the horse but he was not seriously escapedInightjCITYIMr Spencer CooperDear Sir I believe that I have found one of the free soup houses that Ben Sewell speaks of except that this one must have been a union soup house instead of a democratic one as all parties seemed to be represented politically and religiously One of our distinguished ministers an nounced in his argument thatua man ia known by his works You must bo long to the gasworks replied an un cultured person who occupied a corner A few days ago Yochabel Gibba of Lane killed three copperhead snakes The finder of one of these reptiles ran iit under the hearthstone where he joined two of his comrades in death Squire Shockey continues to hold h38to court but somehow the people seem to ignore his authority and think him one among them tt Allison Rose and family will be with us but a short time He has purchased a fine farm in Illinois and will move shoitly John Stricklin says the R R tie bud ness is getting better allI the time on the OK Some of our boys and girls returning from Lexington Fair report a fine time Dr Stamper and Dr Lockbart two dentists are registered at the Dewey Clay Rose has moved back into the Hotel Dewey Corn crops continue to look well Aug 18 BILL Nian Much of foregoing was not legible some was irellevant and one item a good cause for libel Write a little plainer names especially confine to news and avoid personalities pleaseEditor fl DONT WAIT Uyou knew how SCOTCS EMULSION would build you up increase your weight strengthen your weak throat and kings and put you in con youwouldSend for m tuple and by It aeon ChemiststA snaauax L f- i T cAwrrom COUPIEP laeEDIT ORAIL EFFUSIONS THE Republicans of the Tenth Congressional District have nomi nated an unusually strong candi date for Congress in the person of Hon John G White of Winches ter They have played wisely and well the game of politics in the selection of a standardboarer Mr White is a prominent influential upright and Christian citizenan BaptistIspected by all who know him He is intensely ambitious a typical Kentuckian a model American in whom the sangdigger tho corn cultivator the possum and coon hunter have a strong fearless friend and champion Earnestness is the characteristic make up and build of the man Ho is not an orator in the common acceptation of what an orator is but ho is a good speaker and when ho talks one is impressed that what he says comes from the heart and from the 1lucid fountains of truth and com mon sense Ho will make his opponent fly around the circle liko a foxhound And he will catch him in the merrygoround the campaign and beat him in the final wind up of the November election Henry W itterson truly enough says the Democratic party is cranky So it is but it is more than that It is shaky and waver ing and not worthy the confidence and support of men who have the welfare prpstige and honor of the American republic at heart The Democratic party has no settled views no agreed policy with regard to any of the known public questions of tho day Tho Democratic party wants harmonynot harmo ny of opinion but harmony sufficient to land thorn in office The voters of the Tenth want no more Coxey armies marching over the country on a hunt for butter and bread aud employment They want a continuation of the present prosperous times The Democratic party is cranky but tho people are not fools to their own interests White will be elected s SHOULD a man of brains lead or bo led in the battloof life Should he think for himsolf or let others think for him and then do as oth ers bid him do Tho answer is found in the word no Espe cially a man should bo his own judge of what is right and what is wrong in matters political He should not allow himself to be swerved from his convictions by windy demagogues It has been the independent thinkers who have thought out tho solutions to t he questions affecting tho weal o v oe of our country from time to tie If a fellow wants to be a era ik just let him be driven from pit co to place by the party whip LOCAL LACONICS Doc Miller and wife of La 10 worn in town to do some trad ng with our merchants Rev L M Brown preached at tho Baptist Church hero Sunday a good congregation E Sears of Parkersburg W Va is registered at the Combs House Mr Sears is engaged in real estate oil and gas The Protestant MethodistChurch of the Meadow Branch gave a box supper last Saturday evening for the benefit of the church A B Cox of Cauey was hero Saturday and Sunday and availed himself of the opportunity to do liver a few of his best sugarplum speechesCounty Attorney C C Fulks attended tho Sunday School picnic at Toliver on Sunday and deliver ed himself of a fine speech on the Frailty of Society Jim Lu Wiseman has employed ac B Stamper to bring suit against the Lexington and Eastern Rail way Co for damages in tho sum of 4000 for one horse alleged to have been killed by a train belong ing to said company Attorney W B Dull has handed yo editor a dollar of tho daddies to be entered as a credit on his subscription to THE HERALD There are others in arrears who should wake up and do likewise It takes greenback grit and grace to run a paper successfully I b + Y 0 O County Clerk Tutt reports the following marriage license issued since our last issue Aug 14 C M Hanks to Florence Tutt both of Campton Aug 15 Wayne Moore to Lou Rilda Collins both of Still water Aug 17 Naboth Hatton to Sarah Shackelford both of Lane Marriedon the 14th Cud Hanks son of Boone Hanks to Miss Flor ence Tutt youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs Elvin Tutt deceased By the way this marriage winds up a remarkable record in the matrimonial world in which Cupid has played a swift part All of the girls four of this family have married the past year Miss Loula to Frank Horton Miss Bertie to Rolla Bailey Miss Nannie to Daniel McQuiuu and Miss Florence to Cud Hanks The following people wore charm ingly and delightfully entertained al dinner by A F Byrd and last Sunday A C Byrd and wifeI J J Chambers and wife Sewell and wife Mrs G WHalsoy GIByrdStamper Jr and Miss Tamer Tol son All feasted lavishly on good things to oat and were captivated- by the exceedingly nice music rendered on the piano and violins by Miss Bessie Byrd Floyd Byrd and David Athey A F Byrd had tho honor and the pleasure and the opportunity to hoar Judge W M Bccknor deliver a wise soundand patriotic j speech at tho Winchester convention last week Floyd says tho party is bigger than any man1 Wonder if ho thought so in 1890 when the whole Democratic shoot j ing match was led off from its old I moorings by Bryan and his free j silver humbug Bryan didnt think the party bigger than any I man when ho voted for Weaver for President in 1802 or Cleveland iI Dr B D Cox R E Cundiff i J C Hurst and Bouj Sowoll con stituted the Big Four that attended the Republican congress ional conventon at Winchester I last week They got struck onii Winchester and its people Spa cial mention is due W P Hump ton of tho Winchester Bank treated the boys in a whoII kind and genteel manner Mr is a mountain man and that in a measure accounts for his cleverness andsociability The Winchester Bank is a sound institution and is largely patronized by mountain people and ho made it a point to show tho mountain boys every kindness and courtesy possible Mr Hampton came very near raking up kinship with yo editor but missed it ono point He should take THE HERALD and by so doing will feel nearer and dearer to usI I A Necessary Precaution I Dont neglect a cold It is worse I dangerousBy I Allaysinflammation soothes and strengthens the mu croup cuous throat membrane and CurescooghsI I Absolutely safe ly Children like it I I Among sales at Mt Sterling on Monday tho following two were our townsman John M Rose i byII 750ft yearlings to John T M ThompIson Correspondents should send in I their favors as early as possible anything out of regular order must I como Saturday To enable us to pull through we have to close the forms Wednesday evening The Tibbs brothers are painting the residence of Mrs Angelino James and when the job is finished it will add very materially to the appearance of Charlottevillo j R J McLin left this morning for Torrent Winchester Louisville Sec and while away will lay in a stock of goods for tho J T Day store here Vita Ore will relieve you of all aches and pains Agents wanted Apply to or address with stamp Spencer Cooper Hazel Green K- yWANTEDSay 5000 acres COKING COAL LANDS conveniently located for transportation to Columbus Ohio State rock bottom cash price and description in detail Lock Box 761 Columbus Ohio 510 4 GREATClearing Sale Clofhiqg WE ARE BADLY OVERSTOCKED WE NEED MONEY WE NEED IT BADLY ww CLOTHING RRegardless off Manacturersr CoshtI New Goods Latest Styles Best Quality Here is a chance to get GOOD pricesIMens 499 Mens All Wool Best Flannels ft 4 nn d Mens All Wool Best Cassimere fee ISUits 00 UU This is about the cost of the trimmings 500 MENS LINEN SUITS Coat Pants and Suit IMPORTANT I id MOTHERS RE TIB J w BOYS SUITS BOYp SUITS BOYS SUITS 49Three1I Suits 40 C nts tip to 700 I We can show you a better as ortment tha togetherWe who sell the celebrated Alfred Benjamin Co Clothing Louis Gus StrausPLEADING CLOTHIE KYII WHEN BuNINGG WHISKEY MEDI 1L USE IOR to BE USED i AS fci EVEflfcGE You want good pure whiskey and at times all need whiskey either to ward off colds and pneumonia or to build up tho system when from overwork or worry the vitality is below par We have good pure whiskey well distilled from choice grain well aged and matured with special care for 200 225250 PER 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 uicpuu 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 BUILDERS 206208 E Main LEXINGTON KY Honest material master mechan ics and consciencious calculations are their stock in trade Hence it is that satisfaction is guaranteed VUmY On largest fiostoneis Talk for us They are so well satisfied 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 younn if you give it a trial No beer receives better care in the brewing and the bottling LEXINGTON BREWING COMPANY f W R CRAWFORD CO r Live Stock Commission Merchants iA t FOR THE SALE OF Cattle Hogs SheepI Li t Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI 0 YGrCentral t We have an Eastern cadet for all desirable stock at highest price Cciulgummh solicited All correspondence chwrfallf aaiwered 7 7- 4g A j S i S Ae L4IE co inava I g e Natives do not glaze coffee with a a cheap and impure coating They Lhave too high a regard for health as t well as for the naturally delicious flavor of their popular berry The 11r very American roasters who glaze I t their package coffees do not dare to touch or glazer I their high priced Mochas and Javas Why fAScY1StEb fk ff Is never glazed or I r IL 15Ione rdThescaled rckoce Insure uniform quality and treWaII Three Anxious Souls IlkNDHKKs KY August S c Dear Sir Lot ale know what THE HERALD will cost mo for six mouths Respectfully t LOGAN ARXETT JVhyjust fifty cents and wo pay tho freight Editor HEXDHICKS KY August 13 II i t i iDenr Sir Please give me the subscription rate on TilE HKUALD 77yol1rly six mouths and quarterly Respectfully WM O HOWARD P M- ij 100 per year 50c G months or 25cB mouths j always in advance Editor OJIAXD HAVEN MtcnAug11- A sample copy of your paper please Respectfully H S NICHOLS I 1 One is sent you this week Catarrh Cannot be Cured with LOCAL AITIICATIONS as they J cannot reach the seat of the dis xoase Catarrh is a blood or con stitutional diseaso and in order to cure ityou must take internal rem edie Hall Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine It was prescribed by l ono of the best physicians in this country for years and is a regular prescription It is composed of the best tonics known combined1 with the best blood purifiers pct ing directly on the mucous sur i faces The perfect combination of the two ingredients is what pro dudes such wonderful results in curing Catarrh Send for testij menials free f Deeds of a Demon Albert Dye on Thursday toldI c our man about town It ofone ofr the most dnnablYdustardl deeds over recorded He says that some IH inhuman scoundrel shot two of his cows inflicting three wounds upon each and destroying tho sight of an eye for each How anything iin the image pf v God misscalled man Can stoop so low as to shoot A poor dumb brute in revenge fur something the owner may have o may not have done is beyond the ken of all right thinking mortals The Leapt who would do such 0 thing is more hyena than human and God will surel1 task him wit a brrakbacking burden to bear for his black deed t His Sight Threatened While picnicking last month my 11yearold boy was poisoned by r some weed or plant says W H Dibble of Sioux City la He rubbed the poison off his hands 1jutp hisi pygs and for awhile we were afraid he would lose his sight Finally a neighbor recommendo d DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve The first application helped him au inn fEnY I1JahEJW S as well as ev or 1 Fur skiij diseases cuts tiaras scalds wounds insect lutes D I WiW Witchr Hazel Salv isinsure lIt9 ware of counterfeits Mllef1Armed to the Teeth Dr Ralph C Tilley and his wife charged with threatening tho 11 ff0fa newspaper anrwerearreste at Eoteraburg Kylnst week and bound over to keep the peat- s James B Tolin is the man they hehatlaid iii a supply of arms and am munition for defense against white caps if they attempt to drive him out of town All Were Saved For years I suffered such untold misery from Bronchitis Broughtonto work Then when byDrsumption My wife suffered iinl tensely from Asthma till It cured her and all our experience goes to i y show it is the best Croup medici in the world A trial will con wince you its unrivaled for Throat and Lung diseases Guaranteed s bottles 50c and 100 Trial bot x tleafree at J Taylor Day Hazel1 vGreen and S S Combs d Sons drugstorestrv JUaUur Qae for Three Months 13rrMrfSpeqcer Cooper Hazel Greet t boar Sir Enclosed findSocentC TimtIqnh v 4U throe months Jlespectf uiy ns Mod J HE pr r 1 DISLIKED BY NATURE Towns That Seem to Be Chosen Marks of the Elements Where Rata Fall HftavUit Snow Idea Thlekem and TYadorand LtCbtalav KxbIb16 tieyOreatnt Violence There Is more than one town against which Dame Nature seems to harbor a curious spite as if she would say This site is not meant to build upon Langtoft a little place of some COO people in the FAst Riding of Yorkshire England is one of these Over and- over again has the weather nil round been fine and clear yet the valley in which Langtoft stands has been shrouded in heavyclouda and drenched with rain The mriovf in winter always seems to lie thickest on the wolde above the town and to cause floodsp more or less disastrous as it the spring The climax came on a Sunftay even ing twoaumwer ago saya the Gdcogo TribuneAfter a not day a violent tt under storm broke Then there appeared in the wett an inky cloud irons which hung four long twisting black col amass Suddenly just after six ocKcb a wall of water came roaring down the hill side above the village When it truck the upper end of tli street iitwasseven feet high In a twinkling it bad demol ished a number of houses and torn partitions from others and swept away everything in its path What was win so plastered with mud and leftIas to be almost useless I 1No one was killed but the tion of domestic animals of houses property and roads was complete Gar j j dena and grazing lands were 1uinedjI j Even the parish well was utterly j I IILthe east of Bournemouth has far bet I ter air than the latter town and look as if it ought to be just the site for aI health resort Tens of thousands have been spent in the effort to make it so Iet nature had said no and mans ef torts have proved unavailing A handsome pier was built support I ed on the shore by immense cement walls The pier is sots only ap proached by a single plank Its center supports are gone and it is the resort 1unly of two or there fishermen Tb cement wall looks like a wave eli cliff Further along the shore a flea Telcess cut expense ciill The sea cut in below them and the owner was forced to raze them and carry the material away j rThere is no great city in Europe iI I which nature so evidently wishes be rid of as St Petersburg Built toIi nn- I the first place on a iow lying swamp 11fthleh was filled in at a coat of hun t deeds of lives and hundred of thoui Ithi population and gave it a death rate j higher than any other European capital Failing so to oust its builders na ture used a new weapon The ice came 11andand bridges dammed the Neva and flooded the city Every spring saw a j repetition of these disastrous floods i which even after they dried away left I the streets mere quagmires The S 1d Petorsburgers now defeat the floe metat the first spring thaw who cut and n I blast the river ice and leave free pass IIstreatnII Yet stet struggle goes on r acme year past it has been apparent I titeY of toothless people Dentists ascribe I 1this curious fact to the effluvia from the rotten vegetation deep buried un der the new suburbs of the city So serious is the matter becoming that there is a strong agitation ic favor of opce more removing the capital of Rus ad1 to some other site againstawar This is Schemacha in terribleI I foundsed it was for long impossible to get a sup ply of drinking water The difficulty s j was overcome by bringing water from a distance Next came a series of terrible epidemicsfirst smallpox then cholera and then smallpox again Ye the city grew helped to prosperity by the petroleum trade and began this year with 33000 people In February last the town was hu ming with industry when one dull butI warm morning came suddenly terrific crash of thunder The solid ground be gan to vibrate A few seconds late there was a horrible crocking sound Mohammedag n like till its houses were reared high upon a hill The bubble burst and in stead of a town there lay a formless heap of ruins from which red flames leaped and crackled toward the gigan skyn1ithln a week Schemachas survivors cityTheyl when once more the ground began to tremble and the night sky grew ruddy with flame News came that a new volcano had buret out in the mountain I nearby No plainer warning could be given Extinct volcanoes havet often burst outafreah antwitlullOck cantofjKli lK usands of inhabitants have entirely Nothing can pay better than to send us 100 and figure oil o 25000 proposition Read iit Iliii111 r ISixI of the Jefferson County Court as the property of the Louisville Trust Company receiver for the North Cumborland Manufacturing Com pany wns last week hid in by W L Bramlott of Carlisle Ky nt Harlan CourtHouse for 50 ICO The town property adjacent consisting of 35 acres more or less brought f11000 from tho same party Tho property brought good ren prices indicating that people have I faith in the early development of that county You cannot buy standard pianos organs buggies sewing machines clocks watches and jewelry as cheap any where else as you can ofme Como and see samples and ou will bo convinced Yon do not havo to risk your money with 1 mail order houses T GEVEDONtf 1Fifty1 The Stato Board of Prison Com missioners last week leased the labor of 50 convicts at the Eddy villa penitentiary to the Kentucky Foundry Company of Louisville for 50 cents per day each Thero remains only 50 men in the two Y risons for which the board has no contracts for labo- rkentnckys Oldest Mason The venerable T K Ricketts of Maysville now in his 94th your 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TOAD THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD Will have an opportunity to share in these magnificent prizes if he wishes to participate1 in the Great Educational Contest in which these prizes are given The subject matter of this great contest is the total vote cast for Governor in the States of New York Pennsylvania ami Michigan on the 4th day of November 1002 Every person interested in the science of Government should be interested in the election in these states An election in New York is always of national import and in point of political significance Pennsylvania is second in importance only to the great Key Stone State while Michigan is rapidly becoming an important political factor in the sisterhood of states Much valuable information can be gained by a study of the political condi tions involved in the elections to be held in these three states = CONDITIONS OF THIS GREAT CONTEST Every subscrlbtr who remits 100 the regular subscription price for a years sub scription to THE HAZEL CREEN HERALD villreceive a certificate that will secure for him any prize which his estimate entitles him to claim jfVIn addition to the certificate to each subscriber who remits S100 agents will be allowed one certificate for every two yearly subscriptions sent in either new ones or renewals When you send in your subscription also send your estimates of the total vote for Governor in the three states Write your name address and estimate in the subscription blank below and mail to THE HAZEL CREEN HERALD The contest will close at midnight Nov 3 1902 and no estimate received after that hour will be allowed The officialcertificates of the Secretaries of the three States show ing the tota vote for Governor will determine who are entitled to the prizes and the awards will be mule by a disinterested committee of prominent juges just as soon as the official figures can be obtained Here Is the List of PrizesTHESE FIVE SPECIAL PRIZES WILL ALSO BE PAID For the nearest correct estimate received before To the nearest correcll8timllorHOOOOOO August 1 1902 100000 To the second nearest correct estimator 300000 For the nearest correct estimate received on or To the third nearest correct estimator 100000after August 1 and before August 1C 100000 To the fourth nearest correct estimator 50000 For the nearest correct estimate received on or To the fifth nearest correct estimator 20000arfler August 15 and before September 1 100000 To tha sixth nearest correct estimator 10000 For the nearest correct estimate receited on or To the next 12 nearest correct estimator 1500 after Sept 1 and before Sept 15 100000 each 18000 For the nearest correct estimate received on or To the next 27 nearest correct estimators 1000 after Sept 15 and before Oct 1 100000 each 27000 To the next 950 nearest correct estimator 500 Total 1000 prizes amounting to 2500000 each 475000 IfYi In case of a tie or that two or more estimators are equally correct prizes will be divides equally between 995 prizes amounting to 2000000 them VALUABLE INFORMATION To aid in forming your estimates we furnish the follow The total aggregate vote for Governor in these threw ing data states in 1894 and 1898 the years in which all three states Pennsylvania elects a Governor only once in four years elected Governors at the same time was as follows Michigan elects a Governor every two years and since 1894 In 1894 tie aggregate vote for Governor in these three New York has elected a Governor every two years states was 2645616 Total vote for Governor in New York in 1894 was 1165085In 1898 the total aggregate vote for Governor In these 1 II 1895 1275671 three states was 27620911 t 11 thesenTotal vote for Governor in Penn in 1886 was 919212three states be on November 4 1902 T Figure it out or II II 1890 928196 guess at it and send in your estimate IT MAY MEAN II 1 IIIJH II 953017 10000 IN CASH TO YOUII II II II 1898I l71 official certificates of the secretaries of the states oft Total vote for Governor in Michigan in 1800 was 39- 773780The I I1l92 I 468637New York Pennsylvania and Michigan showing the com II 1 II 1394 1 416928 bined total vote for Governor in these three states will de II 896II 547802 termine who are entitled to the prizes and the awards will II 1 II II 1898II 421161 be made by a committee of prominent judges within 20 1 1 II II 1900II b43214days after the official vote is known PRESIDENTtI hereby certify that the Press Publishing Association has deposited 25000 in the Central Sayings Y Bank Detroit Mich for the express purpose of paying the prizes to thoso making the nearest cor rect estimates of the Total Aggregate Vote cast for the Office of Governor in tho States of New York Pennsylvania and Michigan on the 4th day of November 1002 and that this fond can be used for no other purposeo- eroooo6oooeoNOeeooeoooooooNOOOOOe rOOOIfOOO SUBSCRIPTION BLANKS I J1 I Inclosed find to apply on Subscription Account 7Pido Banlb t Name i POlomCCm mmBlankr for Estimates WithoutI Sitafytfoifc I ESTIMATES 25 CENTS EACH County State Name Estimates of Vote for Governor in the three States are IIMy Postoffice County State My Estimates of Vote for Iin Three States arefm rI= I J jc nooeooo DO 00 100 1000000101 10 II 0 110011010010 010011 IIIIOU 00 00 111111111 Remember that the Capital Prize is 1000 odai- r 1000 each for Early Estimates SEND ALL ORDERS TO j- t JPJ THiE HERALDIJAfEl GREEfKYil fdf io7