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I r 4 tn c 1 E D lumn-Inches1RTyear RATES 3j ce W 00 00 OO 6 THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD Three SUBSCRIPTIONonthsRATES months I II I K ti10 00 j i I Inch 1 vcar 7 00EstabUshed March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story 01 Jonathan and His Continent by Max Single The date copyIIafter your name i s i rS AnoounctlIIentsStute lOtlOIQnt officers anil District 5or JJ ft renew time you 10 dayi are before to time Yon is out 30IIcallsI canlt 8officers iioliticul 300 writLnls83cI on line J EIGHTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST L 8 ORellII state always when give renewing postoffice or to county have bObituarie Tributes Ac pre f address changed tline whereby us 8 Cu copy Remittances should be made by p same as locals Sc a line jl SPENCER Owner and EditorTha Oldest Most Popular Mist Widely Circulated and Most sited 11iD thi Kentucky O registered letter or bank draft I I S I Tho Kind You have Always Bought and which has beeniii In use for over 30 years has borno tho qignatnro otII and has his personal beenmalecctloender infancy s I Allowno in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood nro but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA PareICastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago Is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the rood regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers FriendIGENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS SQ Bears the Signature of A I The Kind You Have Always Bought 1 IIn Use For Over 30 Years rc CTAUII co rer tt rueer vacs erroe ertr i I I Profit Sharing The Cincinnati EnQuirer sots aside1- T 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 State of Ohio The Problem is What will be the Total Vote in Ohio for Secretary of State at the State election to be held on Tuesday November 4 1902 generalII 4 s 12000 will be presented to one making the nearest correct 12000 additional if an exact correct estimate is made att total of 24000 for a correct estimate An additional sum of 10000 will be given by the Dailyl Enquirer foi an exact correct estimate if received on or before July 31 1902 provide t such estimate is made by a monthly subscriber to the Dally Enquirer 10 s time of making such estima There are 4 187 cash prizes in all several of which equal a lifetime 3competence100 for a years subscription tot the Weekly Enquirer entitles sub scriber 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 P ProfitSharing Plan oi the Cincinnati Enquirer All estimates must be wmade on blanks prepared for the purpose and in conformity with rules and regulations made and provided r Send for circulars blanks etc to BUREAUtBox 716 Cincinnati O THE CHICAGO POST iE PIPER Every FARMER should read daily The Chicago Pest ETen LIVE STOCK Shipper should read dally The Chicago Pest j Every PRODUCE SkipperI sMeld read daily Tie Chicago Post Ere y GRAIN Shipper should read daily The Chicago Pat I THE GREAT MARKET NEWSPAPERT- HE y BEST IS NONE TOO QOOD FOR YOU Kh Subscribe throuzh your commission firm newsdealer or publisher of l1ewspa tpercontatoog this ndvortlsoment sample coplor sent Iron on requasr Address THE CHICAGO POST Chicago III i Barastown Y OgllOllhtOllaIGO1IOOD odBARDSTOWN KY 1I11pCd Boarding School Full corps ofexcellent teachers Uptodate work done in Art Music Elocution Literary Academic and College 1 Courses Normal Commercial and Business Depalt meats Confers the usual Literary Degrees Prices Moderate Opens Sept Jk3P2r DOC Je carliBEsrwEiiXr PItsBU t- t0 3 Tlt iiiPROMPTLY I I THIS OFFICE AND SAT CASESIS Romance of IaPinkGown I18YI ALICE JOSEPHINE JOHNSON I LESTER made little Millie MISS very happy when she of fered to give her piano lessons The childwas passionately fond of music and to take lessons had been her dearest dream but there had teemed small chance that Iit would ever be realized Millie had no piano and the aunt with whom she had lived since her mothers death had no money to spare for luxuriesMiss Lester had come to nard wick only the previous year hoping the country air would benefit her invalid mother but her hopes were in vain for her mother failed instead of gain ing arid died six months later The young lady staid on with her faithful old servant in the pretty little house she had rented feeling that one place waa much like another in her sorrow and loneliness Millie had been one of her first friends in Hardwick for the child vied to linger outside the house to listen as she played until the lady discov ered her and invited her to come in And then came about the proposal that almost took Millies breath away that Miss Lester should give her lessons and that she should come every day to practice on the beautiful grand piano Millie was on affectionate child and she almost worshiped the kind friend who had opened a new and delightful world to her and her grateful little heart longed to do something in return It all seemed quite impos Bible but it was destined to be real AndIOn the following May Judge Han cocks little girl gave a lawn party and invited ell the children of the village Poor little Millie had no dress to and she sadly admitted it when Lester asked her if she was go 1year e young lady said no more then but Just as Millie had finished her practicing and was preparing to go home her teacher came into the room with a lovely gown in her hand It was a pink cashmere embroidered with tiny sprays of lilies of the valleyMargaret smiled at Millies admire tion but there were tears in her eyes as she said half to herself What happy days I have seen in that dress and then continued as Millie looked at her inquiringly My father bought it for me the winter we spent In Paris I wore it on my birthday and we had a little fete we four only my mother and father and one friend What a lovely present and did you have other presents on your birthday asked Millie who loved to hear of those gala days which she had never knownOh yes books and candy and dozens of pink roses and masses of lilies of the volley to match my gown and a beautiful diamond locket containing a miniatureOh Lester may I see the lock et asked the child eagerly Her friend looked suddenly grave and stern as she said No I havent it on now and Millie though longing to know if it were lost or what its fate dared ask no more questions Hut the next moment the young lady sur prised her by telling her she was to have the gown and wear it to the chil drens party and inviting her then and there to go to the dressmakers to have her measure taken so that the work of making over the dress could be be gun at once At last the day came and when she was really dressed in all her finery her delight knew no bounds How lovely Millie looked and how she enjoyed staring at herself in her friends long mirror It was hard to tell which was the prettier sight the child herself or her innocent delight in her appearance The party itself was fairyland to her with the beautiful lawn and garden lighted by Chinese lanterns as dark ness fell the luxurious mansion the gsyly dressed children and best of all the music for a small orchestra was provided and there was dancing on the broad piazza There was a lull in the music while the performers were having refresh ments and Millie was playing an exciting game of drop the handkerchief in the summer house when a child came running to join them As he took his place in the ring he said Mrs Hancock wants some one to play for Going to Jerusalem and I was afraid she would ask me no I got out of it Somebody told her that you could play Millie Currier but she does not know where you are so you are all right Millie flushed at the mere thought of playing before so many people and she was tempted to remain where she was but Miss Lester Influence made itself felt She did not formulate it but she felt unconsciously that since her kind teacher had done so much for her it was only right she should make some use of what had been so generously given her And so despite the remon strances of the others she left the game and returned to the house Very timidly she made ku wn her errand to Mrs Hancock who smiled a kind approval upon her as she thanked her and told her that the children had run away thinking the game was given up but would probably soon return In the meantime would not Millie play one of her pieces Mrs Hancock asked There were several people in the drawingroom among them a gentle Baa whose appearance had created some erclUment from its being so OB T 1 J yt JElp 1 t Mr Da rrah waa an old friend of the Hancockn but It was several yeara since they had seen him owing to his long absence abroad lie happened to lie traveling through their part of the belultligedllarilwick he had hired a horse and carriage and driven over to call upon his friends They were delighted to see him and hospitably urged him to spend the night He declined the invitation how ever oa he wished to take the first train in the morning from the june tion and so must drive back that even ingThey assured him that he could not escape dining with them as they had postponed their dinner until eight oclock on account of the childrens party He expressed his pleasure at being able to do ao and they were in full tide of earnest conversation when Millie came into the room lie was in the midst of a sentence when nla eye fell upon her and he sud denly stopped evidently much im pressed in some way by hcr uppcar ance lie watched her intently while she played and at the close when others we e applauding her for hav- Ing done EI remarkably well he went over to thd piano and began to talk to herMrs Hat cock seeing his interest In the child iroposed to Millie that she should tal c him to the refreshment tent for nice The arr tngement was most agrci able to both of her guests who were toon on such riendly terms that the gentleman weit so far us to admire his companions dress If you can buy such p rctty thing in Hardwick said he I a tiall advise my lady friends to come htiru to do their spring shopping I guess you were never in our Hard wick stores answered Millie laugh ing merrily at the Idea No indeed this dress came from Iaris and not without pride she glanced at her com panion to observe the effect she was producing by her surprising state mentHe looked aa startled aa she could have wished la that where you do your hopping he inquired smiling though his voice had a curious sharp ring Oh no of course not I never was there My music teacher gave me this And her name he asked breath lesaly Miss Lester said Millie He drew a sharp breath Miss Mar garet Lester he demanded Yea that isI her name replied Mil lie surprised in her turn at his excite mentAnd she U not married continued Mr Damn No indeed She la all alone Her mother died last year and she U very tad and lonely Where does she live he asked abruptly Not in this town Yes just below here Millie roplledI you can see the house from yellow one with the cupola pointing it outThank you very much said her strange companion and in a moment he was outside the grounds hurrying down the street Dinner was over and the evening passed and still nothing was seen of Mr Darrah The clock had struck 11 the coachman had come in to inquire if he should put the gentlemans horse up for the night and the family were debating aa to the advisability of re tiring when the culprit appeared breathless and heated as though from hurryingWhen be could speak he began his apologies He was assured that he could be pardoned on only one condi tion that he make n full and free explanation of his erratic behavior He agreed that his rudeness demand ed It and not without confusion re lated his story Three years before while living in Paris where his business interests de manded his presence he had met Miss WOMANSRWEF A really healthy woman baa lit Uo pain or discomfort at the menstrual period No woman needs to have any WIno of Cardai will quickly relieve those smarting menstrual pains and tho dragging head back and side aches caused by tolling of the womb and Irregular men- sesW1NECARDUI has brought permanent relief to 1000000 women who suffered every month It makes the men strual organs strong and healthy It is tho provision made by Nature to give women relief from the terrlblo aches and pains which I homesI1900IeddeuntilIBeforerelievedIwoademnlmedtWa- eIAa1Ld YOVJI- LCUh1bdUr n8QllalaaX8dW I t i- orJ j- GrayHair Vigorformy scalp free from dandruff and has prevented my hair from turn ing grayMrs F A Soule Billings Mont There is this peculiar thing about Ayers Hair Vigorit is a hair food not a dye Your hair does not suddenly turn black look dead and lifeless Butgraduallytheold color comes backall the rich dark color it used to have The hairstops falling too SIN a book All IrIIf four druggist cannot supply you send us one dollar and wo will express you a tattle Ise sure and cite the acme- ofyouraearestexprnuomee Address J C AYEa CO Lowell Mass Lester and become engaged to her Then a wretched misunderstanding arose and they quarreled and parted Toehangc the proverb slightly They quarreled in haste to repent at leisure Soon after the Lester left Paris and returned to America He heard accidently of Mr Lester death and then a rumor reached him of the young ladys approaching marriage but he soon lost alltrace of her On his return to America the previous winter he tried in vain for news of her They had no mutual friends of whom he could inquire and he could learn absolutely nothing of her The dress which Millie wore was one he well remembered and aroused his interest and curiosity at once The rest they knew Here peals of laughter met him and the judge said gravely You have re lated events up to seven oclock this evening It is with the last four hours we have now to deal You have only to begin the story instead of ending it Yes go on go on they all cried The poor fellow looked confused in deed for a moment polished man of the world as he was but recovering himself he said I must leave that to your imagination It ought to suffice to be told that the engagement Is re newedAnd Miss Lester or Mrs Darrah an she became soon after was fond of reminding Millie that because she was kind and obliging and returned to the drawingroom to play as Mrs lien cock wished she had been the means of making two people happy for life These same people were ever the best of friends to Millie whom they loved hardly less than their own children She was educated as her first teacher had planned and became an artist of no lama merit and wbat Is better a good and noble woman Portland Tran Bcript FREE TO OUR READERS Botanic Blood Balm for the Blood Ifyou suffer from ulcers eczema scrofula blood poison cancer eat ing sores itching skin pimples boils bono pains swellings rheumatism catarrh or any blood or skin disease wo advise you to tako Botanic Blood Balm B B B Especially recommended for old obstinate deepseated cases cures where all olso fails heals every soro makes the blood pure and rich gives the skin tho rich glow of health Druggists 1 per large bottle Sample sent free by writ ing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and freo medical advice sent in sealed letter Med icine sent at once prepaid CANALS IN THE NORTHWEST TIle gtDsvelopaeat and InereMi- of Trade Dnrlmm the I at Few Year The first locks at St Mary falls were opened in 1855 in which year the registered tonnage was 100200 The halfmillion mark was reached in 1863 and the 1000000 mark was passed in 1873 In 1881 exactly coincident with the opening of a new and much larger lock the northwest began to grow by leaps and bounds and the tonnage of the canal rote from 2000000 ton in 1882 to 0000000 in 1880 and to 10000000 in 1690 During the past five years two more enormous locks have been in operation one of them on the Canadian aide of the river and in this short time the tonnage of the canal has leaped up to nearly 25500000 tons This colossal tonnage is pimply a mani festation of the development which has taken place in the northwest along withwhich has come the building of thousands of miles of railroad includ ing two lines from the head of Lake Superior to the Pacific coast says the Engineering Magazine If by some cataclysm of nature the great lakes should be dried up the enormous traf fie now carried on their waters would be divided among the railroads it would simply cease to exist The whole galaxy of cities from Buffalo to Chi cago and Duluth would be over whelmed in hopeless irretrievable ruin and the railroads could In no wise es capo the general disaster For Sale Cheap Good farming lands near Glen cairn Ky Will sell in tracts to suit purchasers Call on or ad dress H F Bradley at Glencairn Ky or the Eastern Kentucky Tim ber and Lumber Co Winchester Kentucky 5tf CHANGE OF VENUE Judge Julian Transfers Cockrell Case to Wolfe County for Trial A special from Jackson to tie Lexington Leader of tho 21st inst says a change of venue to Wolf- county was that day granted iin the case of the Commonwealth va Tom Cockrell for the murder of Ben Hargio After hearing the testimony Attorney J B Nosbitt argued for tho defense and Com monwealths Attorney Byrd for the prosecutionJudge delivered a strong talk on lawlessness in passing on I the motionIThe Hargisos declared that theyI would withdraw from the prostW tion and wanted Byrd to disn iss the caso Byrd consulted Jug Julian on this point but the la ter peremptorily refused to ontort tiui any such motion Tho Hargis position is that t icy I would have to come armed to W Ife county to protect their lives nd thatsuch action would givegrou ids for tho statements of tho Cockr jlls as to feud conditions that had ex isted at Jackson They say t ley were never in any feud and my also that they want to prove it They say that they want the ex ilesto come back and resume 1 IUB iness and that they will slim to the world that there is no feud o their part The date of the trial to be held in Wolfo county is yet to be agreedI upon Tho people about Jackpn except the Hargisee think that tho selection of this county was rise T P Colo who is now oxilod at Lexington truthfully exprnse tho situation to a Leader reporter as followsiThis is a good selection That county is out of tho range of the feud bolt and a fair trial could be gotten there They have an excol lent court house at Campion and I am certain a fair trial can bojhad there if any whom on To My earthI It is with joy I toll you what Ko dol did for me I was troubled with my stomach for sevqral1 months Upon b3ing advised to use Kodol I did so and word can not tell the good it has dons mo A neighbor had dyspepsia so that he had tried most everything I told him to use Kodol Words o gratitude havo como to mo from him because I recommendo it GeoW Fry Viola la Health and strengthof mind and body depend on the stomach and normal nctiv ity of the digestive organs Kodol the great reconstructive toniycnre all stomach and bowel troubles indigestion dyspepsia Ko of digests any good food you oat Take a dose after meals Three Instantly Killed By the explosion of a boiler ono day last week at A Simpsons saw mill in New Liberty Ills4 oppo site Paducah Ky Guy R bertp James Jeffries rand Leste John son were instantly killed Of the five others who wero injured twoI will probably dio Look Pleasant Please Photograper C C Harlan of Eaton 0 can do so now though for years ho couldnt because he suffered untold agony from the 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 lire a godsend to sufferers from dyspepsia and stomach troubles Unrivaled for diseases of the atom ach liver and kidneys they buildup and givo new life to the whole system Try them Only 50c Guaranteed and for sale by J T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs k Sons Campton Married on Thursday last under the shado of a tree at mouth of Gillmoro crook Wolfe county Dr P S Warfield and Miss Mary Rizen Rev Tobias C Smith officiating The bride hails from Daysboro where her parents have lived for quite awhile and the groom is our tonsorial artist You cannot buy standard pianos organs buggies sewing machines clocks watches and jewelry as cheap any whore else as you can of me Come and son samples and t you will be convinced You dcnot have to risk your money with mail order houses tf J T QBVEDON I COUNTY + DIRECTORY HAZEL GREEN POLICE COURT H F PIEEATT Judge J M JfICKKIX Marshall W N NICKELL Deputy Marshall BOARD OF TUSTEES z W O MIZE pep JOHN D DAVIS JOHN M ROSE JOHN H ROSE 0CIRCUIT COURT Third Monday in January Fourth Monday in April and Third Monday in SeptemberDAVID JudgeAFBYEDCommoswealthsAttoraeptJ t C C HANKS Trustee Jury Fund 0-tt COUNTY COURT First Monday in each month JJ W CoNdLETON County JudgeIVIr S TUTT Clerk F ANK STAMPER Sheriff C C FULKS County Attorney J B LITTLE Jailer- S N Hooas Assessor i J JUN CREECH Surveyor j FHANK SAMPLE Coroner J W TAULBEE County SuptI I 0I MAGISTRATES COURTS LJIME OF HOLDING AND OFFICIALS Pasv DISTRICT ELIAB SIIOCKEY Magistrate No time set for boldinIcourt S ND DI RICTJOHN D ROSE JRJ Magistral S N NORMAN Con stabile Court days First Thursday iin February Slaj August and NovtmbefITHIRD DIST ICTW B DUFF Mag istrate HENRY C CAMPBELL Constable Court days S cond Friday in February May August mind November FOURTH DISTRICT R R LEG I WitMagistrate SPENCER Constable blareduJune September and December Firm i SIXTIIJ N CHAMBERS Magistrate in both districts DAVID BANKS Constable Court days Third Friday in February May August and i s November SEVENTH DISTRICT B F BOLIN j Magistrate PORTER CLARK Constable Court days First Saturday in March DecemberdDISTRICT GEORGE OLIVER Magistrate No constable and no set time for holding court L Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect Kay 18 1902 1 EAST BOUND i No2 No4 STATIONS Daily ex Daily Sundayii ILexingtonI Winchester 3 10 pm 8 25 am LEJuncu 3 22 pm 8 37 am M amfStanton 4 00 pm J0 23 smrNat Bridge 4 35 pm 9 54 am Torrent 49 pm 10 08 Beattyve Jc 14 11 pm 10 29 amII Jackson 15 pm 11 30 WEST BOUND No3sI I STATIONS DoilySnnre pmBeattyve e pmTorrentpmNaLBridge pmClsyLAEJoocD 9 lOam fins pm pmLexingtouI ManagerCBASSCOTTCenPass T R MORGAN SP A 0 A K BRANCH Time Table In Effect JiBsarj i IW2 EAST BOUND WEST BOUND No 22 No21 Daily ex STATIONS Dally ex SundaySunday a m arr p m ler 9 45 am Jackson 1 00 pm 9 40 am 0 d K Junction 1 05 pin 8 45 am Wilhnnit 1 65 pm 8 30 am Hampton 2 10 pm J 7 45 am Lee City 3 00 pm 7 35 am Helechawa 3 10 pm 7 00 amCannel City 3 45 pm M L CONLEY Superintendent ROSE WHEELER PRACTICAL BLACKSMITHS AND- WACONMAKERS HAZEL GREEN XT Invite the attention of the farmers of this vicinity to their im- provedfacilids for bUcksraitbing and wagonmaking aa well as repair work of all kinds i- A full force of first class mechanics insure promptness in the execatioa of all work entrusted to them and satisfac tion is guaranteed is all cases iouri ipectf allr solicited and will BedBljrjip predated Bespectf ally kROSE Jc WHEELEK S fefefe r rtiJr FHE HERALD i f SPENCER COOPER sailor i iAZEI GREEN KY ii- tt THURSDAY August 2k 1902 ct t +DEmOClRI RTia +TIQKE +I FOR CONGRESS f i HON Ft A l HOPKINS t OF PRESTONSnUHGI I I Rnnoun EmEnrII j HOLLONWe nro authorized to JI announce I It HOLLOX ns a candidate for the office of Circuit Court Clerk ol Wolfe County subject to the action of the 18rI1ir f t o EDITORIAL + ERUPTIONS 11 r TilE result of the nutomibile rII IIAs in France in which Mr Mrs Charles T Fair were kill 1 1edthere is to bo much moro litigation over the Fair estate On t the point of which died first hus band or wife depends the disposi tion of Charles T1 Fairs share of this fathers estate If the husband i died first the wifo inherited from S him and her heirs are in lino for 1 1whateverher will or tho law would give thorn On tho other hand iif the wife died first her heirs would U have no claim to what would have been her interest in her husbands Phyi i i sicians who reached the scene soon IIIii after the accident say that both victims had apparently been killed outright and itwould probably be extremely difficult to ascertain withexactness whether one sur t Californira law under which the estate will be distributed presumes that in cases of practically simultaneous death where it is impossible to be certain I legalAtl battlo will certainly bo fought be forejtho Fair millions are disposedIII I oft 0000 I UNDER tho head of announce men IB in this issue will be foundIIII tho name of I R Hollon pires to tho office of Circuit Court I Clerk Space in this issue is toott i i limited to exploit the many exce- llenti qualifications of our young friend for tho clerkship ho covets but suffice it that he has learned tho duties pertaining to the posi tion under a master hand having done duty as a deputy under J F incumbentlthanI tucky a more efficient official ItI is therefore enough to say that his excellently equipped and as toij politics he is a simonpure dyed inthewool Democrat who loves j nothing better than to help his j votolConfidentI constituency we now present our I 40client for their considerationI I 0000 a CUBA wants a loan of 35000 000 This would be a mortgage of about 30on every man woman and child on tho island The na tional debt of the United States is only 1452 per head and at its S highest point was only 7825 per capita If Cuba over needed a guiding hand she certainly does at this time 0000 JUDOS OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES t who has just been appointed to theI United States supreme court bench is the son ofn distinguished fath er but he has also achieved distinction and the general verdict is that President Roosevelt made a wise appointment 0000tDELAWARE IS trying to find out whore she is at and which one T of the political factions has the heaviest mortgago It may be nec t essary to hold a peaco conference r in order to have representatives in Washington when congress opens 0000 CAPTAIN CARTER now says if they j j I 1will only lot him he will prove tha ho didnt take any of the govern c lPatestGanow lieI hSSI11s1Iots of time to prove 1at 4i hedidnVdftit and toll wheie begot I it a C Tilts has been a great corn and wheat year for tho farmers and their profits iestimated at 2000 000000 or more Statistics show IebushelsIe els barley 120900850 bushels lit rye 70350800 bushels oats 751 528721 bushels Therefore a total l of 4128280500 bushels of cerias was produced by loss than 100011i 000 farmers on 811000000 acres l of soil tho lands upon which these I t crops were grown being worth 20 I 000000000 Tho products in 1899 sold for 1789118725 and tho quantity of ovary corral this year I Itt is about equal to that of 1899 ex cepting corn There was raised l this your 500000000 more bushels ofcorn Tho profit on corn and wheat has been figured down to an average per acre This year tho average yield of corn is 30 bushels per acre and tho cost of producing is 575 per sera Consequently tho cost of planting cultivating and gathering tho now corn crop for tho fall of 1902 will bo 500 000000 The valuo of tho corn crop in IDOl was 921000000 but CDru went to a high price at cor tain seasons 0000 JOHN W GATES has been occupying a front sent in tho financiall fieldof lato but the return of MorI gan throws Gates ajar as it wore This Offer Is For 30 Days OnlyI As wo aro bound to raiso tti2S some money within the 1 80 willnext Days wo during that timo take subscriptions to TilE HERALD and tho Courier 115OMadvantage of this offor by paying up all arrearages and one year in advance but tho time will not he extended boyond Aug 80 This is a losing game with us but if 250 or more will take advantage of it tho fact that this sum will come practically in a lump will comport sate us Tell your neighbors and friends about itl The First Time in Twenty Years Frank Trimble who was born and raised here but now lives in Memphis Tenn is hero visiting uis brother Uncle Prea Trimble and other relatives for the first time in 20 years Ho loft here in ofIn a i him yesterday morning he told TilE HERALD man that on Tuesday he saw his sister Mrs Louisa Wil SOil Logstons wife for the first time in 32 years Ho recalled IIthe hanging of Bill and Andy Mar tin from a limb of the big oak tree Iin front of our office and toldaof how ho was in hiding from soldiers jat tho time Ho subscribed o course for THE HERALD which he said he appreciated above all the many papers that come to him so much so indeed that he had filed away many copies for future ref yearsImate of Memphis agrees with him physically and as he is largely in terosted in real estate there the presumption is that it also suits him financially IElectric Belt on Trial To introduce it and obtain agents the undersigned firm will send a few of their Electric Bolts on trial on tho following terms 100 to bo paid in ten days if the Bolt proves beneficial and the balance 200 to ho paid in sixty days if the Belt effects a cure Theso Belts are a positive cure for Rheuma tism Neuralgia Kidney trouble Stomach and Liver troublo Asth ma etc Address at once GERMAN ELECTRIC AGENCY tf P 0 Box 1874Kew York NY Profits In Printers Ink Rev Sam Taulbee has rented of Henry Pieratt tho Taylor Johnson property adjoining public school grounds and Frank Brouueman rented one of the now cottages on Highland street in the Pieratt addition There is now only one left and if you want it you had bettor speak quick Hero is proof positive that printers ink pays a big percentum Loss than a month ago Mr Pieratt had seven houses for rent and a sevenline local has already rented six of them with a prospect that tho remaining one will be rented before our next pa per is put to press A Necessary Precaution Dont neglect a cold It is worse dangeroustusing Cough Cur you can cure it at once Allays tmtirmmation clears the head soothes and strengthens the mu cuous membrane Cures coughs croup throat and lung troubles immediately + C L West Liberty Dist Annual Meeting The annual meeting for West Liberty District will convene with the church at White Oak Morgan on Friday September 19 continue over Sunday the 21st was voted at tho last annual assembly that all meetings thereafter should be delegated meetings and the church where mooting is hold would bo asked to entertain Htho delegates The delegates to I he annual snoring consist of all preachers church officers and porI sons appointed by the delegates Others may attend but II 11II 11 i and not an eating meeting VM II COJOII Just Look at I Whenco camo that sprighly stop faultless skin rich rosy complex ion smiling face She looks good feels good Heros her secret She tires Dr Kings New Ufo Pills Result all organs activo diges tion good no headaches no chanco for blues Try them yourself 25 cents at J T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sous Campton druggists Presiding Elders Appointments The following are the times for tho quarterly meetings of Rev C F Onoy Presiding Elder First RoundWest Liberty charge at Goodwins Chapel Sept 13th and 11 th Hazel Green charge at Rose school house Sept 20th and 21stI Campton Sept 27th and 28th 1tlCampton1tlI Shatters All Records Tvyice in hospital FAGulledge Verbena Ala paid a vast sum to doctors to cure a severe case of piles causing 21 tumors When all failed Buoklens Arnica Salv- soon cured him Subdues inflam mation conquers aches kills pains Best salvo in tho world 25 cts at J Taylor Day Hazel Green or S S Combs tS Sons Campton drug stores Back From tho Wild West nKelso Nickel1 arrived hero Sat urday to be in time to matriculate at the academy on Tuesday Sept 2nd and some of our young ladies chaperoned by Miss India Cold iron went with him Sunday to show him the way to the Swan o- spring and thoy say Miss India was as happy as some littto illssj with her first storedoll The day was just too lowly you know Strength Comes from nH dieeiteil and thnronehlras slralUtetl food Hoods Sariapart I la tones the theIstrength If you are getting run down begin taking Hoods at once trialfo Morphine succssII HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY j w I H929O33 i j The session will begin TUES i DAY September 2nd Every department will be kept i up to the estII Competent teachers in charge of all classesIThe new building groat advan tageEvery child within a radius of three or four miles of Hazel Green should enroll on the opening day Lot tho mothers and fathers of this section mako Tuesday Sept 2nd 1902 a redletter day for Hazel Green Academy A Bad Breath A bad breath means a bad stomach a bad digestion a bad liver Ayers Pills arell liver pills They cure con stipation biliousness dys pepsia sick headache 2Cc An drtglsts want Jour oiutacho or beard a bciaUrul brown or rich UekT Theitw- oBUCKINGHAMS DYEfttfilS o enor euwr o R r Mot a ra aww att A GOOD POSITION Awaits every worthy graduate of ilia Elliott Commercial Schools- OF WEST VIRGINIA WHEELING FAIRMOUNT CHARLESTON CLARKSBURG j VIf you cannot enter one of our schools write for full informa tion concerning our Short Hand course by mail W B ELLIOTT Preslw Wheeling W Va 7 tfH H Ft PIERATT H C QUICKS ALL I I HfFoPlERATTI J 1CO I I DEALERS IN i roeooaoea tdwooseoaawoeotawao aeotceoaa oP o ooooooaoawooeooda l o Ji ooorrLive Stock and Country Produce ss IF YOU WANT CHEAP GOODS COME WITH THE CASH as that is the only sate j rclialle tty to do business PLEASE oo mi ASK FOR CREDIT Very respectfully z HDFe t PSmATT co All pnrtiee now indebted to mo should call and sottlo or there will be A HOT TIME IN TIn OLD iTOWN TODAY ns I am deter mined to winds I pull my outstand Pd ing business Thanking you for f4 N B I past patroriage and moro especi ally if you will pay mo for myi goods you have consumed I remain respectfully JSfc H F PIERA TT N naur JJaLJt Y t1 rocrsli- ve in Stork artielll talc for CASH the followingi goods A1TIJE HirTTKi IIo quart jar JEILIF4all kinIs a ilasis Wc- 1EACMl LEAF LARD I5c per pound cUCiAR 5c to t lc jper pound CADOVA COFFEE lea in town IUcI IIONME ROLLED OATS lOc package SAKET 1OYATOKS canned Ific 2 for 25c ilketORN JOc per can 1EAis 2 earn 25c BIIARKES BRIDLES GRANITE WAmI Ac Every thing first claws anti fresh and Y HT SAVE MONEY on everything you buy of ius i== + C CO II Yj U ulhifJn bVititttt t1rJattnniHH f1 RICHMOND KENTUCKY J W McGARVEY Jr President J I l Offers advantages no other scholl in Kentucky affords Situated in a i beautiful couniry Most scholarly faculty in the State Music depart 1 ment unsurpassed Frequent illustrated lectures by the President on his travels in Europe and the Holy Land Sickness almost unknown Good table JSTWrite for catagiJ o jEa MS ni t DIJCTit Rit3I J I II ieliminate crpuency auurflesh It is a ILfI I jU1 Thou an as ltatmirIIj 2 nj uitlil this treatment Phyj j 11lidan endorse it Write tat p 1 for 1 1 ill ampleUI 1 encll 5 cents to rover jwjjUi e j etc Corm + pundcnee striciiy I 0iG confidential Ev rytliiur in- plain 9 stain jlrrkae YouU 1can take Itcdurt at hurtle I it you dc lro TIU have no I ITI fear of evil effect AJJres nIc CAE CO I ST LOUIS AVEII 4 Itr l 1nn irLi I 1ttttWF AVINCHESTKK KY N H WITHERSPOtJW President KD HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 10000000 Surplus 2000000 Handsome deposit of 4012l This Rank solicits the accounts of mer cliauts farmers traders ami business m generally throughout Eastcrii Kentucky and offers its customers every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits legitimate banking octlSly JI Tho ROBERT originator of P KASHji I is wholesale dealer in FLOUR SALT and solicits the patronage of merchants of the mountains theII He also carries a complete line of GanOlaI IDOICQanfiisB iOOllhl1fll PrOffUOB inIEmbracing everything usually found i a first class country store and the purr chaser may rely always upon Retting ti rj moneyHe nnd Morgan to call and see his goods and learn his prices and suggests that i l might pay come prepared to take home a load of goods which they will want buy pricesWill legitimate competitionCall buy1riMcCausey Ky c = c- J TifiKEYIIAXKL OltEEX KY IIDealer in Genera MerchandiseI e and Country Produce HAS NOW OX NAND A LARD E well selected stock of Dry Goods Notions GENTS FUItNlSlIING GOODS LADIES AND GENTS TIES HEADYMADE CLOTHING HATS AND CAPS COOTS AND SHOES C IEDICIXESI kept i- nI Call and ex amine his stuck and hear his prices He will treat you nicely IBQOteef rngBuslness PiOt08RAPliSitsatloaY 5 TjpeWriliDg TelegrapbjJ 3 Iyw Z sYtxsrra i SMITHip 1 For crcjlsr of hb fsnora and reromRlMa UYPiEfSfItY laeiaonaCcwtainctudagnltton M8I e r jj R1heGeotncYy Dnlrerlty Mplo a smkraxla- xardedgralnatea L1teruyCaurotrcifdclr d oa1oeac Uoe Katurnovr Orndu trsroccesiful to ordn w haea your kite reach w cadres mtir WILBUR R SMITH Loxln3tonKy I A GOOD FARMI r IW1t I LL1 I elI lingIllj ACRES cleared ready for plow A good log house of two rooms good I log barn and plenty of water for family use and stock Plenty of timber for all fencing Eight from Hazel Green 8 miles fromI Campton and 3 miles from Mnyi town Possession March 1 190311 iil1 1 ij j Q f 0 U but it is worth 1000I 0EeFor further information call or address THE HERALD 5tf Hazel Green Ky GETI YOUR SOTEHEADSEnTelopea Lottcrfa aa C tiUomie Hale BlnaJtepdnted at Uk EAIJ OII 1 11t t- Itr DAYILadies Dress Goods w SI6 nt Furnishings JoSgg te 8 Ladies and Gents Shoes fl 5 Stqh3andardij Lamps and Queensware Sgg gt Cutlery and Hardware g i c Boots Shoes Hats Caps lwaa 4 In fact eyery thlnr8 1 found in firstclass store llisE t TEfly MILLINER CARRIES A COMPLETE LINE OF MILLINERY and NOTIONS LADIES FURNISHINGS DRESS GOODS- TRIMMINGS c RIBBONS HOSE c E1iI And sells everything so low that the poorest may buy b 1- CLOTHINCI have a nice lot of clothing which I intend to close out and if you want a bargain in this I line do not fail to call at once ocES1f Also I will sell you shoes at 100 that I have always sold at 125 and the same pro portion clear through f Remember this is for CASH ONLY j do IMC ROSE J THE PEOPLES FRIEND t C Sw L 3 3 cI 1I I A1 r = S JOBJ == o i1 fI J I 2 == = ==V q ffl NTINQ 1 rwlQI ij t JJNOTEHEADS v BILLHEADS LETTERHEADS SALEBILLSIn L a 1r i PROGRAMSCIRCULARS CATALOGS MINUTES I t tXilc Xic L Sk1 We have Three Fast Presses a Power Paper Cutter and 40 YearsI Experience enables us to Court Com I WhenII SPENCER COOPER A G J2i f oJ r j nnnnnnnnmnnnmnnmnmmnmnnnnn1tnmi w = i THE LEADING DAILY OF THE I I BLUE GRASS REGION IS I s I THE MORNING HERALD I EorLexlMgtoa Kentucky iw II It has tho tall oclted PryDtapatcheSpedal Correspondenta cover II rS Ing the BlUD GrtIS futlMarket Reports accurate and relable news from aU EtheoUlleld Bane Boll and sporting news a SocleT and women Pap of = Igrea interest special articles on every question of general interest EItsEditorial Pajo U recozalzed as the beat U the State It now offers a MAP OF KENTUCKY the latest and beet published to == every Eubscrioer who pays six months In advance BItLa now tiTing with Its Sunday paper the beautiful lIfIrie of STAOS worthw= = = 1 Now Is tho time to Subscribe 300 for Six Mouths I SJ ES=ww THE LEXINGTON PUBLISHING CO EPostoffi o Box 350 Lexhutra Ky = W C P BuccxutBUxi President DMHA BUCXISBUXI 7- a KaDaJ IUUllUmlUllilllilllllill1l1ill11l 11111111111111 Ullillill r r ge r- 1ithiii in Difficult Digestion of That Is dyspc sls It makes life miserable i Its sufferers eat not bfeansc they rant to but simply b c rose they mutt t They know they nee irrituMe and frjthil bat they cannot K otherwise y They complain of a bad taste in theII m oath a teiiienicss at the ipit of the stow is + acb an mitacy fclini of puny fulness headache vrtb ni sad what not The l is tl iirvJy i rovoil by neat puts f thou ards of severe cases Isdl goods Sarsapariila of UlC Jn th llii asi ffh X mrk shows that sour that i tU np and unless you renew at once yeti stay not get tthe paper next weekwp Mrs Frankio Kash of tumoro I Creek is visiting Mrs Sam Taulbee this week I n- lFOR F CATARRH of the nose stoumcli bowels and maretordelicate organs take Hoods Sarsajui rillait is A RADICAL CURE Five Cents a Bushel will be paidI to mine 500 to 1500 bushels of coal Apply at this office at once I Will Waldeck find sister Mrs Lou Carter of Bonny aro visiting I their father Dr Waldeck and famf iJ J G Roberts with tho Chiles Thompson Co Mt Sterling was harangtioing our merchants eshtcrday For TolstlpntlmtgTakelyon Iaxttf IvoSyrup medT LadlrsllJ rbtIJren n IllS totnkcnud per fcellrharmpexs uuderiui c urns sauces Irlce Sc told by J C Stamper Grassy Creekl of J Ed Taulbee of Port Oklahoma glhasE periodicals that most fully portray that picturesque cotllltrJMrs Joists H Rose will please accept thanks of tho editor and his I better seveneighths for a pail o fwere red ripe tomatoes Yum yum i If you have novor soon a red ole phant call at the Hazel Green auLi Carupton stores whore you will see one on exhibition for 30 days j ICAuntof tho editor and his bettor seven eighths for some nico eating apples91 and a dish of ready linked ones I TUB HKUALD and TviconWeok Courier Journaf is only fl25 for 12 mouths with Weekly Enquirer for same time 135 And now iis i tho time to subscribe tf j Mrs H F Pieratt has tho thanks of the editor and his bettor seven eighths for a mess of succulentt cymlins and several fine tomatoes Salesmen Wanted to look niter our interests in Wolfo and adja cent counties Salary or commis sion Address LINCOLN OIL Co i Cleveland Ohio Charloy Rose Howard Ja m o and Forest Waldeck spent SaturtI day night and Sunday at Wet 1 Liberty and had an enviously o i jjoyable time The carpenters are working day and night to finish up work on tho academy which they hope to d this week Then the painters wi put on tho finishing touches Mrs Edgar Kash has the thanks of tho editor and his better seven eighths for a basket of very fi green beans and some nice tomat toes Gwanwodonotoloyerthpys bottorn greasy grits Rejected Manuscripts If you cannot place your stories send ton cents for a sample copy of TIlE LITERARY CRITIC the mngai zino for unsuccessful authors Ad1 dress Literary Critis Publishing Co 50 Broadway Now York tf Rumor has it that Henry War I who has beets bookkeeper for itP Cecil of Cedar Bluff Va for some months past will arrive he ii this week and probably bring witht himwell wait and see H D Adams has just returne from Wellington and reports sickness in that vicinity An infant child of S J Perry died a day or eo ago and a daughter of Rev Mr Rice died Sunday of consumption For Rent From Sept 1 1902 DWELLING HOUSES wit hat3good gardens Each with Bt 44ble coal and woodhouso and other necessary outbuildings Call oni address H F PIERATT it Hazel Green K Constable Ligo Blankouship arrested James Banks and T M Vatf cleavo of Gillmore Creek arid accepted their bond for their ilp pearanco before the Police Judge of Hazel Green on Saturday ng w 30th Charge not announc 4 uBis Granddaughter Kate Ann Keeton and daughter Kate Smith and Anns youngest son a trio of colored folks from Jackson havo been guests of Uncle Pres Trimble for about a week and calling upon other whito friends town Ann and Kato are the wife and daughter respectively Mitch Keoton allof whom sorted in Uncle Pros family a few years since and when they started culling a fow days since ho said to Kato who grew up in his service Tell Cooper my granddaughter visiting me referring to I1er of course The remark and tho inci bring back ante bolluns days slavery whore there existed a mutual attachment as astonishing it was ardent Just such a feels ing prevails with those people and while life lasts a bond of sympathy 111 exist between them Ayowhen the remorseless scytho shall sweep from the stage of action all that is mortalof Uncle Pres there will be sincerer sorrow than that of Negro Ann and His granddaugh Kato CASTOR IIAFor Infanta and Children itij I Bears the Signature of Ct Tho Day House Registerh The tnnny friends of Aunt Lou j Daywill rejoice to hear that she 1 had liar hostelry full of people and tho conclusion is that the- lowing recommendation of Col WmT Lanipton the bully boy Bohemia is boating its fruit M Bonton Caneyf Fred Wig j and Goo P Cox French burg Isom aud Sylvester Holton Godsoy J F Lowis Welford and II Flora and IJC Boone Cowan all Kentuckians nud rep resenting the Chicago Portrait Co there last week Tho follow I ing were also registerd R II Patton Bowling Green A C Day i F1dI yon BealtvilJe Frank Thomas May town and A II Stamper ofII DB FENNKKS I16tuara KIDNEYandBac b ors BACKACHE Il All Bladder and Urinary n Dlseasc9II I Sold by 11 F Pieratt Hazel Green Ky i I lOur Little Nel Goes Visiting j jj Miss Nellie Evans will leave the IIf latter part of this or tho first of tho coming week for Cedar Bluff Va whore she will be the guest of her sister Mrs Wm P Ceciluntil next June and all her friends co equalwith the inhabitants of the I town wish her a round of unal Toyed joy during her long sojourn Everyone who has over read about I he Little Nelwhich Dickens soIi I pathetically portrays instinctively I I horosnou I of Old Curiosity Shop when iu II tho presence of our little Nellie Many times tho writer has felt j1I i I reIoI marked by others i lJII Lyons Laxative SyrupJNatures Cure for Constipation Dos NOT GRIPS Ifyou do not like i better than any laxative you have everII thenI j Good for children as well a grown people Sol d by J C Stamper Grassy Creek About People You Know Mt SterlinglAdvocate James H Swango ofTerro Haute Indiana arrived on Satur day afternoon from a business trip to New York and Washington and left Monday afternoon for home James Day of Midland Texas parentsdat Hazel passed he city on Sunday en route homo Miss Carrie Rose of Hazel GreenI Bre11OfSwango Se is returning Msrefiold IdThe little folks of our town to tho number of several assomjj bled at the residence of Mrs JoseIIi Swango Saturday night to welcomeI little Miss Beulah Hipps who was I the guest of School Marm Miss Avo hore to spend Sunday with her mother Miss Ava is toachin I Lee City and the petite heroin- a of the party is ono of her pupils j The Sign Language I j Prof R H Patton tho gentle xrtralTv7lr8 will have charge of the Commorcin Department of HazelI Green Academy has been here for several days tho guest of tho Day House and he requests us to Ba that he would like to meet all who contemplate a course at the earli est possible moment 0 J i r COUNTY NEWS NOTES 9To insure insertion ALL corrcs byuondav = that nearby on Monday morning SWANGO SPRINGS SAYINGS 0Rush Swango took in Campton and Torrent Monday- R M Cecil and wifo of Stillawater were visiting Harry Swango and wife part of last weekcJ D Overly and H F Hutchin son of Lee City took supper at the Swango House Sunday Misses Bertha and Nancy Sam plo jf Lacy Creek were welcome guests of ye writer Sunday Floyd Clarke and wife of Swords Creek 14JLacyCreek is Grassy were shaking hands with relatives here Sunday 1 Aug 27 UNO STILLWATER SPARKLESC 0Miss Flora B Lewis of Rogers was visiting on Stillwater last week Diedon the 24th inst a little u daughter of Bob Murphy and wife visitingher RosenTpmmie the little son of Sam Bolin and wife is very ill of flux at this writingwJeff Chambers who has boon in the Indian Territory for some timo returned homo iiu Rev Mr Evans of Maysville aii Presbyterian evangelist has boon 1 holding n meeting here for a week past Quite a crowd of Breathitt folks 5 attended the meeting at the Hurst school house Sunday among thorn was indeed one charming Flower Miss Maude Williams one of Brcathitt countys most charming young ladies has come to Stillwa I ter to spend tho fall season as a school girl Ben Hager who escaped from guard on tho 16th was followed JetTISquire Taylor County Attorney of Fulks prosecuting and was holds over under bond of 200cAug 27 PRESTO LANE LILIES O i Crops about here aro thought toe the best known in years Reese Rayburn sawyer for Fell tL Stiles moved to Rigewood Weds Ille3dayaon J R Elkins DoudayBMrs Lacy Rodgors and son Master Raymond called on Mrs Isaac Elkins Monday afternoon Mr and Mrs J n Hollon visit 1 ed the formers mother Mrs Amau A da Hollon and family last week returning over the Ol K Saturtj daycJ L Rogers manager of the stave mill on Holly for Felltfe Stiles has gone to Ridgewood onf business L G Rose of Cave Branch is building a barn 40x00 feet Mr R is one of the most energetic andI prosperous farmers on Cave Branch j and a good rustler Gale Elkins had the misfortunes of getting one of his legs broken Wednesday evening He was rid ing on a wagon loaded withstaves I and as tho wagon passed a stump his leg was caught between wagon andstump and crushed Later nottbroken but sprained Just a fewJ minutes after the accident and not MilessHollon had a wagon loadedwith j staves to pees over his ankle f Married at the residence of J R Elkins on Suuday evening the 17th inst Naboth Hatton and f Miss Rosa Shackelford Rev Squir 0 Baker officiating The groom is the son of Dr Hatton a popular and successful physician and a prom ising young man The bride is a t charming young ladwho has a host of friends and all who kne them congratulate them on the happy termination of their court I ship And may they live long b useful and die happy is tho wis PLUCKY BILL iI I DOCTORS say Consumption can bo cured I Nature alone wont do It ItneedsI help Doctors say Scotts EmulsionI Is the best hejp But you must hotgweatheroIf you have not tried It tend for free Cample SCOTT DOWNE Chemists 4345 Peaty Street New York Soc sad Jioo alt drncgist WANTEDSay 5000 acre 1 COKING COAL LANDS conven iently located for transportation to Columbus Ohio State rock n descriptioy an bus Ohio 516I JOB PIW IS11OI HERALD Br ruts Uut ehea- Y t rSc ft 1 I V C 1WPTON coIJIiEpif BEN SEWELL EDITOR VOLUME I NUMBER 14 EDITORAIL EFFUSIONS l OWING to longestablished policy usage in uowspapordom we afford to blow a candidates a horn gratis It takes money and lots of it to run a paper It also takes money to run a political campaign Tho various Republi can candidates should announce in those columns Then wo shall feel abundantly free to turn our bat loose in thoir behalf Tho CAMPION COURIER of Tint HERALD intensely Republican arid would roar up tho stumps for tho Republican candidates if it but had aJ chance Peradventure they do not for our support in this paper Wo will maintain silence till their announcement accompanied with the spondulix is received Lots havo your announcements geu tlomou NOTE Subscriptions covering campaign from now until nee Hli inclusive will be at 25 cents each and if enough patronage is assured us to justify expense announcements included this department ill be enlarged Now come Editor LAST week tho Jackson Hustler ono of its regular periodic fits ofII insanity in talking of our Republican candidate for congress among other things says IrtWhite belongs to tho nigger equality Republican party and therefore believes In nigger equality and all good people should amI will vote against him Dont be scared Bro Morrow for if Whites elected by some special arrange ment and act of congress you sha11e bo excluded from entering into thott coloredsociety circles as tho colored brethren do not want to mix and mingle with yella man who will compliment a candidate in ono sentence and in the next out t downright puritan i prejudice I hiso wantonly aud inex ou whine 1 ko one gone backon h a raising v ho has boon caressed id spanked by a darky mammy f TIlE De nocratic party is a party f of wonderful ingenuity Upon the- tump the Republicanjorators havott as a fact that the Demo t party was without an issuoii and the people believed it true ut by hocuspocus some smart Democrat burnt into a blister on defeats has resurrected the oldE lickskilot cry of negroequalityf f gingercake wagered that thoII Democrats will bend every effort organize Democratic Clubs of folks wherever there are as many as a corporals guard to bo Association and affiliation wont mixII THE goldbug has ceased to anjj alarm and intimidate tho Democrats Tho trustbug has frightened them out of their sen ea and the black bug of negro equality has run the whole brain less set crazy I LOCAL LACONICSI The infant child of Mr and Mrsj Reynolds is dangerously ill A union prayer meeting was held at tho Methodist Church here onI Sunday G W Halsey and wife wore the guests of James Rose of Stillwater on Sunday last Since our last issue marriage license has been issued P SWarfield and Mary Risou soldwone sevenyearold mule 16 hands high to W L Byrd price 115 eAunt Peggy Tolson whose ill ness has been reported continues to grow worse and day by day is noaring the borderland of death Hannibal Hurst is visiting his sister Mrs D B Redwiuo of Jackson and incidentally making a housetohouse still hunt for a sweetheart The following registered at tho Combs House on Sunday Fred Wigginton and George G Cox of Frenchburg Sam Helton and Syl vester Helton of Godsey and J M Benton of Caney Last week Sheriff Stamper ar warrantsto keep the peace sworn out by J N Chambers On trial of tlie case before Judge Congleton he was bound to the pence and being un able to execute bond in the sum of 1000 ho was remanded to jail k t IDeputy Internal Revenue Col L McCoy was hero last Saturday and Sunday the welcome guest of R E Cundiff McCoy is prospective candidate for Railroad Commissioner Cnpt W L Hurst and son Hannibal and daughters Minnie and Sallio who have been on a two weeks visit to relatives in Indiana returned home last week much pleased with their trip Wonder if tho Domocrats will have backbone nerve and courage enough to oven suggest tho name some Democrat for Circuit Judge other than the machine I candidate David Bucky Redwino Lot us see I Mrs Laura Horton went to Jack son last week to be at time bedside I of her daughter Miss Mida was sick at tho homo of her hoII Mrs James Bolin Mrs returned homo Saturday bringing her daughter with her Judge I R Hollon W C Pryor t L W Combs Harry Combs C F Combs and Miles Tolson of the I Campton Sporting Club wont toj Red River last week on a fishing j spree and report a good drag of fish and an allround enjoyable tim The funeral of Hont Sallys wife andchild was preached by Rev Henry W Taylor at the Hurst school house on Stillwater Sunday G B Stamper J C Hurst and J attendIedThe annual District Conference I of the Protestant Methodist Church will commence Tuesday Sept 9th at the Meadow Branch Church in this county aud continuo six days It will bo conducted by Rev CH Garrison President of the District I diIV1110SV1110STho I Democratic Committee ofiI this county has been ordered by J F Vansaut Chairman to meet atj the Circuit Court Clerks office in Campton Monday Sept 1st for tho purpose of fixing a time and machining a manner of nominat ing a Democratic candidate for Circuit Clerk of this county vanIsant17handa1highI rickitIrackity I Saving and excepting this there has been no tradoI tho Campion stock market past week This news is calculated to shock Wall street and cause the plungers to meditate Dr I A Shirley has been appointed by tho State Medical As sociation counsellor for the Tenth Congressional District and will proceed to organize Medical Asso ciations in every county of the district Dr Shirley will be Campton the first Wednesday ntI September for the purpose of ganising an association in county and is very anxious that all tho doctors of this county bo iu attendance on this date Tho change of venue having been granted the case against Thomas Cockroll for tho killing of Ben Horgis at Jackson will bo tried in this county about ufo middle of October Tho interested parties iu tho case for the prosecution and tho defense should come unarmed and unguarded and have no fear of being harmed of hurt Wolfe county is in tho forefront of civili zation law and order and will see to it that tho strong arm of the law shields and protects every cit izen who comes within her borders Religious services at tho Antioch Church last Thursday conducted by Revs Ball and Stamper wore suddenly and shockingly termi nated by a regular hairpulling clubknocking pugilistic encounter by some women of tho congrega tion It was a womans fight in which three or four took a spirited and strenuous part jealousy being tho root of the trouble Hell was loose in Georgia for a while Glad to report that no one was killed and for tho respect of the combatants their names are with held Take THE HERALD at 100 per year and try for part of 26000 P il f X E1PTM4 CCoffriIig SolelClothiqg WE ARE BADLY OVERSTOCKED WE NEED MONEYao CLOTHING RRegaress f Mannta tnr r CosttI New Goods Latest Styles Best Quality Here is a chance to get GOOD CLOTHING at cheap prices xiMens AllWool Suits 4 QQ Mens All Wool Best Flannels 499 00SUitsThis is about the cost of the trimmings 500 MENS LINEN SUITS Coat Pants and Vest at 125 Suit IMPORTANT4IREAD BOYS SUITS BOYS SUITS BOYS SUITS 49ThreeI t Suits 40 Cents up to 700 We can show you a better assortment than all the houses in Lexington together We are the only house in Lexington who sellfithe celebrated Alfred Benjamin Co Clothingt Louis Gus StrausLEADING CLOTHIERS I LEXINGTON KY S WHEN Bu ING I WHISKEY 11- nz c MIjJ1LtJEiiI tS FOR T BE USEDs f t aVE13frQE I You want good pure walls cy and at times all need whiskey t either to ward oil colds ai d pneumonia or to build up tho system when from overwork or worry the vitality is belowII par We have choicegood i aged and mat red with special care for Si21lo 2254250 PER GALLON we pack your jug in Ln nice plain box for shipping so laud no one can tell wha you arc getting and send you a ctcpcd glass and cork screw free Send us your order and let us prove that we Ipean what we say Remit by Post Office Money order or registered letter to the HAGAN DISTILLING CO Lexington Ky CLARK 5 HOWARDC- ONTRACTORSIC AND BUIIJDBRS i 206208 E Main LEXINGTON KY Honest materialtMics and consciencious calculations are their stock in trade Hence it is that satisfaction is guaranteed ITalkI satisfied themselves that they tell others about the merits of h 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 tho brewing and the bottling LEXINGTON BREWING COMPANY W R CRAWFORD CO Live Stock Commission Merchants FOR THE SALE OFCCattle Hogs SheefCincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI O ALSO Central Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY We have an Eastern outlet for all desirable stock at highest prices GMutgftMeat solicited All correspondence cheerfully answered A 5- tx ry t Some Coffees 1 i OlazedI1 with a cheap coating s7 II glazing helps coffee why arent the high JavasJr Lion Coffee J is not glazed It is per fectly pure and has a delicious flavor Sbdd rRrtnmenl- lormpiltladlreaar t j Escaped From School of Reform Miss Corn Thornbury aged 10 j jwneplaced in jail at Lebanon last Wednesday She escaped from tho School of Reform near Lexington and was captured at Stanford by Superintendent K H Doak of that l i institutionTho girl and Lola J Pemborton of Gnrrnrd county es cnped togother Mr Doak wontj to Green or Taylor county in quest of tho Pemberton girl Tim Thornbury girl alleged cruel treatment as tho cause of leaving and said she had known thorn to whip girls as large as herself t Catarrh Cannot be Cured with IOCAI AiiUCvriONs as they cannot reach the seat of the disease Catarrh is a blood or con stitutional disease and in order to cure ityou must take internal rem tt oclies Hulls Catarrh Cure is taken i internally and acts directly eon j tho blood anti mucous surface Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine It was prescribed by one of tho pest physicians in this j country for years and is a regular prescription It is composed ofj tho best tonics known combined lctIiugi faces Tho perfect combination of tho two ingredients is what pro I inItj monials free A Mistake Corrected We owe Willie Day who was week visiting our town an lastI nod hasten to make it lapsus iijomoriiu caused us to say that ho is clerking for Willie Pie i ratt at Bethel when in fact he isj t in business for himself being with W F mill James Horton as part nor in the hardware business at Bethel What caused the lapels tt calami is even more curious than the first slip But the mistake j was unintentional and wo hope it has caused neither suffering sor row or suicide Sam Roberts Raised Nearly S600 r A Jotter containing a draft for headquarnj t i tors of the National McKinley As sociation Canton Ohio Wednesj day last from Sam J Roberts for merly of Canton and now owns and editor of the Leader a Repub lican newspaper published at Lexington i Ky Ho agreed to raise in I Lexington 10 9 of Kentuckys quoI ta of the McKinley monument j fund and the sum he sent is more j than a third of tho amouirt con tributod by tho whole state His Sight Threatened While picnicking last month my 11yearold boy was poisoned by some weed or plant says W 11 Dibble of Sioux City la He rubbed tho poison oil his hands into his eyes and for awhile weji were afraid ho would lose his sight Finally a neighbor recommended DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo Tho first application helped him and in a few days he was as wellas ev or For skin diseases cuts burns i scalds wounds insect bites Do Witts Witch Hazel Salve is a sure cure Relieves piles at once Be i ware ofcounterfeits I s There Was No Cattle Show Texas fever having appeared iin several herds of dairy cattle near Sholbyvillo and in closo proximity to the Sholby County Fair Grounds i where tho annual exhibition takes place this week tho fair directors last week decided not to have cattle rings Seven head have died others have bon killed and the remainder of those affected isolat oil by order of Dr Eisoiiman State I j Veterinarian The disease is sup posed to have been brought there by a lot of western ponies herded there during the past monthsi All Were Saved I For years I suffered such un told misery from Bronchitis BrOUghItonI everything else failed I was wholly cured by fr Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption My wife suffered in tensely from Asthma till it cured1 her and all our experience goes tto show it is the best Croup DedicineIt j tIDthe worldsA trial vince you its unrivaled for ThroatIj I 1bottlesII ties free at J Taylor Day Hazel1 Green and S S Combs SODSJJ Camptop dr ffitores i 1 tit lY j i iJ 1 1 li li 7y P A MARVELOUS MACHINE Powerful Device for Picking Dp Ocean Cable from the line Depth A truly wonderful piece of mechnn lam la the picking upi machine uctJ- In all grappling and caWehoistiiiff operations iii cable laying It is n powerful variety of the steamwinch family but also a must aristocratic and elaborate member Jilted with gearchanging cliitchespatoiit brakes and other ingenious appliances To give some idea of its cnpalmlitics in dry figures it can at slow sjHed lift 25 thus at n rate of one mile per hour or at fast speed ten knots at the rate of four miles per hour Moreover it can be quickly altered and adapted to changingcireunt stances in speed or lifting weight says Lippincotts All being made ready the big grap nel attached to 700 or POO fathoms of chain and rope iis passed over theI bowsheave or pulley stud as soon as it reaches bottom the ship is sent slowly ahead Rack and forward across the path of the cable as point cd out by the friendly marking buoys we steam Several times the grapnel catches something only to lose its hold alnprohnbly an inequality upon the bottom although a bosuna mate mumbles mermvids Igrottoesbut at lust comes a steady strain Erery soul on board hangs over the bow watching the grimy grapnel rope come steadilyup and over the well olled pulley At length the grapnel itself appears holding tight on to the truant CYCLES OF SUN SPOTS Frah Interest Lent to the Subject by llecent Earthquakes and Volcanic Eruption Since 1SS1 when the existence of a sun spot cycle of about I1II years was discovered many attempts have been made to discover a relation between utmosphericIchaIlHoods peril of drought and of fam ine cold years warmyeurs and many such variations of weather lime nil been suppuactl to owe their origin to the suit spots Hut the relation which bllcIthe tremendous upheavals of the earth which we term earthquakes and vol canoes lends a fresh interest to this fascinating studsays Golden 1elinv The mutter certainly deserves very full investigation Incidentally the general character of the weather in the spring of the year seems to favor the existence of a 35 years cycle of weather That is three times one cycle of sun spots The year lsG7 was just after the sun spot minimum and IM is also just after the minimum It was a cold spring in Is07 and a bitterly cold mouth of May The summer was very wet and it was followed by a stormy winter with little frost and a very warm spring and summer in 1SG3 SAILORS IN BOSTON Yavhtlnir U One of the Forwol riMre mud PMtluie of the flub Who sans boats around Boston Why everyone says W J Hender son in Atlantic From the Adams Ro ethe smartest yacht racers of the east down to the Marblehead street boy everyone takes prude in his skill in getting the best workout of some sort of a sailing boat Those who do not sail talk about it and on a summer day in the drowsy at mospherc of a Boston club or in the shadow of some tall pile in Washing ton street you shall hear more rac fag seamans lore than anywhere else in this country except on the cruis ChllirIBostons claim to be the hub of the lIer1mliIyou consider the steel industry or the unimportant matter of freight tonnage but when you come to talk about sailing you must admit that Boston is the greatest yachting port in this country Even the little cull dren there know the history of the Americas cup and the public schoolboy can sail a dory with a legofniut ton sail for driving power and an oar for steering gear IPIGEONS CARRY DISEASE IOhio Health Anthorltlci Sniped the SuartIFercr Epidemic IAn epidemic of scarlet fever startling in Cincinnati has spread in the last few weeks through a number of Itowns auIprecautions to confine the disease within the limit of its first ravages were puzzled to understand the means by which it was carried elsewhere states the Chicago Tribune They made an investigation and have now come to the conclusion that much of the contagion was spread by tame pigeons and doves which carried the germs from place to placer theoryIa large pigeon cote The only livestock about the house not quaran Used was the pigeons which flew about the neighborhood If they didnt carry the disease germs the authorities dons know how the fever was spread IKoorhlDIr in Ration Alaska say they can go farther and accomplish more hard work on rice and bacon than on any other rptlon- Postoffice Robbery Alfred Robinson and Jaa Mon roo two negroes charged with rob bing tho pcstoflico and store of E B Mouser at Riley in Marion county were tried before United States Commissioner Boldrick at Lebanon Ky and in default of roo hail n thoywere remanded Uo the Jefferson County Jail to Iawait their trial JTHE HEUALD is not 2c a weekI Breathitt County Boy Honored II The many friends in this section of C M Wallin oldest son of Rev J H Wallin will Le pleased to know that he has been elected principal of MtMiaul School of Albu quorquo New MexicoI by tho tdlOOII I board of that city with a of eight tteachers ttndur him with a salary of 100 per month Albu quorquo is n cityof abut 0000 inhabitants and the selection ofI Mr Wallin as principal of above mentioned school is quite a com tenclwr1IIJ1 aro your er needs n tonic Dont give purgatives that gripo idol woakeji ID Witts Littlo lEarly Risers expel all poison from the system and net as tonic to tho liver W Scott 531 Highland nyo Milton Pa says I have curried D Witts Littlo l Early Risers with mo for several years and would not be without them Small mill easy to take Purely vegetable They never gripe or distress Tho Sheriff of Johnson county and his deputies wore on Wednes day week summoned Whito HOllSO to protect tho negroes at workon tho CtL O White laborers on tho railroad had posted notices warn ing tho negroes to leave Every thing was quiet at last accounts iFur 2I8c 11 stampfl you call got a t CureAlas I tllOutawlsCHIH WILSON j30v Calvert Texas WALTHAM WATCHES NEW ENGLAND WATCHES INGERSOLL WATCHES They rutfrom size fti i K ulcer to the rite of a door- 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given theiStates of Xew York Pennsylvania and Michigan on the 4th day of November 1902 Every person iuterestetl in the science of GOVerlllllellt should be interested in the s 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 Stonet State while Michigan iis rapidly becoming an important political factor in the sister hood of states Much valuable information cull be gained by a study of the political condi tions involved in the elections to be held in these three states CONDITIONS OF THIS CREAT CONTEST IEnrJ subscriber who remits 100 the regular subscription price for a years sub i ElN HERALD will receive a certificate that will e secure for him any Iprixe which his estimate entitles him to claim IgInaddition to the certificate to each subscriber who remits 3100 agents will be allowed fill certificate for every two yearly subscriptions sent in either new ones or renewals When you send in your subscription also send Jour estimates of the total vote for Governor in the three states Write your name address and estimate in the subscription blank ncluw nnd nail to THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD The contest will close at midnight Nov 3ir 1002 and no estimate received after that hour will be allowed The oilieial certificates of the Secretaries of the three States show ing the tot a vote for Governor will determine who are entitled to the prizes and the awards will be made hya disinterested committee of prominent juges just as soon as tho oflicial figures can be obtained Here Is the Llist of Prizes 1TTtL 1 c To Ithe nearest correct estimator 1000000 August 1 1H02 100000 To the second nearest correct estimator 30COOO For the nearest correct estimate received on or To the third nearest correct estimator 100000after August 1 and before August IP 100000 To the fourth nearest correct estimator 10000 For the nearest correct estimate received on or To the fifth nearest correct estimator UOarfter August 15 and before September 1 100000 To tha sixth nearest correct estimator 10000 For the nearest correct estimate received on or To the next 12 nearest correct estimators 1500after Sept I and before Sept 15 100000 i each ISOAO For the nearest correct estimate received on or To tho next 27 nearest correct estimators IOtOnfter Sept 15 and before Oct 1 100000 each 27000- r To the next I51 nearest correct estimator 500 Total 1000 prize amounting to 2500000 inch 975000 tSTlti case oCa tie or that two or more estimators are equally correct prizes will be divides equally between 905 prizes amounting to 2000000 them d VALUABLE INFORMATION 4 To aid in forming your estimates we furnish the follow The total aggregate vote for Governor in these threeting data states in 1894 and 1S9S the years in which all three states Pennsylvania elects n Governor only once in four years elected Governors at the same time was as follows Michigan elects a Governor every two years and since 1814 In 1894 the aggregate vote for Governor In these thus New York has elected a Governor every two years states was 2646616 Total vote for Governor in New York in 1S01I was 11G50S5 In 1898 the total aggregate vote for Governor In hate I to II 1815 11275671 three states was 2752091u u u 1It u theselllOU1x0Total vote for C ovcrnor in Penn in 1SSG was 91212three states be on November 4 1902 Figure it outer t SJOl 028 IDG guess at it and send in your estimate IT MAY MEAN I YOUuI J ofTotalMichiI1 San showing the com t1 II 1394 of 11G92S bined total vote for Governor in these three states will de- c It u u J fIju rM7i82 termine who are entitled to the prizes and the awards will u uoHIOO ISnS u 421IGI 043214 be made by a committee of prominent judges within 20 knownsPRESIDENTt JS I hereby certify that tho Press Publishing Association has deposited 25000 in the Central Sayings Uauk Detroit Mich for the express purpose of paying tho prizes to those making the nearest cor rect estimates of the Total Aggregate Vote cast for the Oflice of Governor in the States of Now York i Pennsylvania and Michigan on the 4th day of November 1002 and that this fund can bo used for no j other purpose 0000000o0ooopooo04800otat oosooo4aooooo00004oo4ooa- sr SUBSCRIPTION BLANKS 1cjPresidentI Name Inclosed find to apply on Subscription Account I Central t3avings Bank o 0 0 0 to 0 00 0 0 0 0 0000 to 0 to 010 00 0 I 0 0 0 0 0 0 saoeeoooota Prato nee for Estimates Without Subscription I ESTIMATES 25 CENTS EACH County State 1111Blank Estimates of Vote for Governor in the three States arc 1M i Postofiice 0i County State i My Estimates of Vote for Governor in Three States are i II I E OOOOOdOS0000490POOSOP044t i I 000ODO P00000040 4044000 0080004000i00040000000C0400000000ot Remember that the Capital Prize is 10OOQ and that there are Five Special Prizes of 1OOO each for Early Estimates SEND ALL ORDERS TO TUP rHERALit HAZEL GREEN RYA- k x f+