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daily The Chicago Post 5 Every GRAIN Shipper should read daily The Chicago Post x THE CREAT MARKET NEWSPAPERTH- E a BEST IS NONE TOO GOOD FOR IOU flrni nowjdeaie or publisher or- S nCT pI per cantaiaiaathsadvcrisomcn Sample coplci sens free oa roiiuol Adlrew THE CHICAGO POST Chicago III a i iitowi1ra COEauGationaICOllego BARDSTOWN KYary Splendidly equipped Boarding School Full corps of excellent fenchers Uptodate work done in Art1 R CollegeCOUlstments Confers the usual Literary Degrees Prices i Moderate Opens Sept 8 1902 n T G LIE i1FEY Psecs a Y OF EVERY DESCRIPTION mciio i NEATLY CHEAPLY AND 4 4 PROMFTLYEXECDTED AT 4S ills OFFICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED IN ALLcASES Z a y The Clairvoyant Found a Way v iY time Freddie Lawrence has imade another million or two it would not be surprising if he endowed a clairvoyancehave found a greater scoffer at all forms of mysticism The change came about in this way Six years ago Freddie was one of some 40 young men who wanted to marry a certain young woman All of hopeidejectedflintthan usual Then the young woman married him though Freddie has been unable wholly to believe it ever since No one ever accused Freddie of be ing brilliant but he stepped into his fathers shoes and did even better it business than he had at football Jar four years Freddie gazed across his dining table at his wife like a man astray in a fairly tale That she looked back at him with a certain light in her eyes was to Freddie one of earths mysteriesHut day something happenedor rather something didnt happen which was the tame thing At first it was a fleeting halfrealized twinge of discomfort in one corner of Freddies brain Then a sense of unrest now here now gone that made Freddie fear he was bilious Then with a sort of dumb instinct he went and bought his wife a diamond and ruby necklace that was worth a maharajah ransom Hut the unrest grew and vat on his chest Something had been changed or lost Freddie knew but he groped along blindly Then all of a sudden one day the truth went through him like half a dozen doubleedged swords Iliti wife wasnt looking at him the way she used to look titer that the descent into Hades was easy Freddies wife not only didnt look at him the way she used to look but she didnt laugh at his stories the way she used to laugh In the midst of one she tried to conceal a yawnWhen she took his arm her hand rested on it like a birdbut formerly it was a bird about to build a nest now the bird was restless for flight One night she asked him if he was going to the club and when he replied that he would votive stay at home if he might sit and look at her she looked bored Freddies wife came to danco and talk and laugh with other men and accept Freddie with resignation These other men were clever most of them or otherwise favored of for tune like the 39 rivals who had once driven Freddie to the brink of despair Freddie would have thought sooner of suicide than of finding fault with her The only wonder he had was that the hadnt found him out before He went from 190 pounds to 174 smoked black cigars to excess spent 13 hours a day at his desk and had fits of abstraction when ime was worth a thousand dollars a minute to him Aiso he struggled for awhile against fate The constancy and delicacy of his attentions might have won a prioress Then he complained to her reminiscently and she did not understand and yens annoyed Then he tried simple dignity Then mute pathos At the ho was seeing her about twice a week at dinner One afternoon Freddie slammed his to and left his office in the mid dle of the afternoon because he felt he didnt go out and walk around he would have apoplexy He tramped about the streets for ten tulles or so hearing nothing and seeing nothing and nobody until he ran into or over themFor a man whom nobody had ever accused of being sentimental or imag e Freddie was thinking queer oughts He was wondering if he should do some heroic deed save a child or an old man or half a dozen people andwas mangled or crushed fatally perhaps in tho operation whether when he was brought home by an admiring policeman and ambulance surgeon hiwife would brush back his hair from his forehead as she used to do The picture was so pathetic that Freddie almost wept He might have wept had his eye not been arrested at that moment by gorgeous black and gold sign on the ground floor of a flat house which he was passing This was the sign The Onlr Greatest VEILED LADY IBIS I j Psychic Palmist Clairvoyant Past and Future Fully Revealed The ARecttansRestoredLove Marriage Health Sick- nea Divorce Lawsuits Speculation Business Nothing Too Difficult j0 Freddie read the sign over two or three times Then he picked out the clauses about the separated and the lost affections and dwelt on them Then he looked up and down the street hastily plunged into the flat house and knocked at the Veiled Ladys door A young woman with her hair in curl papers ushered him into a balfI darkened front room hung with Orien tallooking and very dirty draperies Thero was a stuffed baby alligator on center table with something burning- in a bowl beside it which smelled bad and various other outlandish but inexpensive bricabrac Now dont say a word said the Yelled Lady as she appeared from beii hind Yourea velours portiere i c 1r 1 r ru u love pour fellow and the lady is cold Now aint I right Freddie started There seemed to be unlitthin in psychics Iris funereal face relaxed a trifle The Veiled Lady was a jovial fat little prophetess nut the keeinod to like Freddies looks She took off her veil after the first formal momentI and even offered to send out fur Leer if Freddie was dry limit Freddie didnt want any beer He wanted clalrvoy I anee Well then you tell me the whole story dear said the Veiled Lady and Ill go into a psychic state and i marI ried man aint you Freddie started again The Veiled Lady certainly was a wonder lie tolll- her his story omitting names and i points of identification of course and the most harrowiiiff details It seemed more tragic and hopeless to him as he told iif Hut the prophet vas surveyed Fred ieli personable fig ore and her black eyes ilashep likej I I go into a psychic easy case she said mntchejjo JlmlI tell me onj thing iiami was 1 Veiled lId 1i1lrflI as I supposed TIlt whole comes from your pot calling yoir lady by her psychic nanu Slur was named Mildred you know by mortals Now her psychic name isrJololsiIIIItwhen you call her anything else you jar the astral inlliKnces diharrangc the auspicious conjunctions you know Isnt that piainf Freddie regarded the prophetess with a strong and sarcastic eye Now when yon go home slit went on you watch your chance and rail her FloFKie Not often tay rncr everyday or two tad htmrc to do it kind of absentminded likeas if you was thinking of omvthing eke you know because that gives the inlluenccs well you do it nail tee Freddie felt only a strung desire to get out in the fresh air and kick him self now much do Iowe you he askedThatll LadySuavelyFifty dollars echoed Freddie For the folishness youve been talking Your card says one dollar A sitting Thats all right about my card dear said tht Veiled Lady This iis differentShe and regarded Freddie searchingly You dont think my reading is worth 50 she asked I dont think its worth two cents replied Freddie Well Ill tell you what well do then said the prophetess Dont pay me a cent now You go home and try my scheme Then come around next week and pay me just what you think its worth Is that fair Freddie didnt like the plan lie wanted to 1bo rid of the Veiled lady He offered to compromise for five dol lars then for ten He would have paid the 50 finally but the Veiled Lady pushed him gently to the door and out She seemed to like the proposition th more she thought of it Thats all right she said You come around next week nut ho sure darlingThenmade for the open air His wife dined at home the next night Freddie hadnt the remotest in tention of making fool of himself on the Veiled Ladys prescription but IInrsponie tion he had said before he knew it todnyFlouieMrs Freddie looked up with a suddenness that jolted Freddie What did you tayshe asked I merely nuked you what you had been doing today said FreddIe Well what asked Mrs Freddie did you call me- Sh hadnt looked at Freddie with such interest for six months Freddie couldnt believe his senses Why Mildred I suppose what else asked Freddie lying without a- quiver Then in two dozen words she dayTwo doz ing on the library conch when his wife came home from a dinner She Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it now To Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twentyfour hours a sediment or set ling Indicates an unhealthy condi lion of the kid neys If It stains Uj your linen it Is f evidence of kidney trouble too frequent desire to pass It or pain In the back Is also convincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of orderWhat to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so SwampRootwish in curing rheumatism pain in the back kidneys liver bladder and every part Inabl1lytoU or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to up many times during the Themild and the extra ordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists In SOc andl sizes You may have a sample bottle of this and wonderful a book more absolutely about ItdlSCOVerylllfil address Dr Kilmer Bco8oZ8mp4oot Co Blngharaton NOT When writing mea tkMreadtegtfcUgeaorouaoJor la tWa paper ff CI HalfSickjI II first used Ayers Sarsaparilla in the fall of 1848 Since then I have taken it every spring as a blood purify i n g and nerve strengthening medicine- S T Jones Wichita Kans t If you feel run down Iare easily tired if your nerves are weak and your Blood is thin then begin to take the good old stand ard family medicine Ayers Sarsaparilla Its a regular nerve lifter a perfect blood buildertl0aalatlli AlldrerrWi Ayernaraold ramp medicine Follow his adviccand IIsII1ITEn co Lowell Mall passed by him and rteIput out his haulI and seized lice sleeve Hello Flossie dear 5nd Freddie sleepily Freddie weighs at least coo pounds when IIn is sleepy hint she hind him by the shoulders tilting upright in less than it takes to tell it- FreddieFreddie Lawrence she demanded her eyes and cheeks blaingr raid nuking far more lovely than Frt die hind errr seen her what have you been railing me What ilo you mean by calling nn Flossie Who is Flossie Freddie dear- Freddie lost his mind temporarily limit his soulI expanded like a balloon historyThei was ush ered into the Veiled Ladys sanctum Well birdie asked that genial prophetess do I get my QSIr You do said Freddie handing her a hill I might have sent it to you but I wanted to come Freddie showed emotion and tell you that youre all right The Veiled Lady looked at the hill as a matter of business It was a 500 gold certificate Your all right too said the prophetess limit say dear dont you ever try that psychic name again It wouldnt workN Y Sun Sol a Good Example Rimer And who is your favorite poet Mr Kostique Kostigne1hatterlon Guts gracious What do you find to admire in him suicideStrayStories StoriesBeware of the Knife No profession has advanced more rapidly of Into than surgery but iit should not bo used oxcopt where absolutely necessary In cases of piles for example it is seldom needed DoWitts Witch Hazel Salvo euros quickly and perma nently Unequaled for emits burns bruises wounds skin diseases Accept no counterfoits I was so troubled with bleeding piles tha- I lost much blood and strength says J C Phillips Paris Ill De Witts Witch Hazel Salve cured me in a shore time Soothes andI heals GATHERING OPIUM Cultivator Go Forth la the SvealnK- rrltk Lances sad t the Early Morning nUb rots It Is a sort of garden cultivation tho poppy plant being grown in little squares or beds intersected by tiny water channels for irrigation wherever this is possible The growth of tho plants is carefully tended and at length the time comes when they burst out into flower and the fields look like a sheet of silver as the whit e petals of the lowers glisten in the morning dew These beautiful petals are the firs t produce of the crop for the women and children of the cultivators families come forth and piek them off one by one and carefully dry them so that they may serve afterwun as the cov ering of the manufactured cakes of opium Then the poppies with their bare capsule heads remain standing in the open field until it is considered l that they arc ripe for lancing The cultivators then come forth in tilt evening and with an implement nott unlike the knives of a coupling ill trlJ ment they scarify the capsule on its side with deep incisions so that the juice may exude In the early morn ing the cultivators reappear with a scraping knife and their earthenware pots and they scrape off the exudedi juice and collect it in their pots And this is crude opium A Boys Wild Ride For Life With fa01 ilaround expectin- him to die and a son riding fo life 18 miles to got Dr Kings Now Discover for Consumption Coughs and Colds W H Brown of Loosvillo Ind endured donths agonies from nsthma but this wonderful mcdicino gavo inst roliof and soon cured him Ho writos I now sloop soundly every night1tLiko marvelous cures of Consumption Pneumonia Bronchitis Coughs Colds and Grip prove its mntchless merit for all1 Throat and Lung troubles Guar tend bottlos SOc and 1 Trial bot ties free at J Taylor Day Hazolj Green and S S Combs k Sons Oampton drugstores 1 j- fjyT r 3 M hII Why Such An Air of Patronage Every now and ngnin some fol- Io 1 remarks to us Why I have i taken your pnpor over since you started Itor for somo other space of time paid and say it with such I implyIof thu fact Frequently the re mark la accompanied by a requestlifor a Mattering notico or an adver l tisement obituary etc of no in turoHt to any save themselves and family Now why is this Why in the name of common sense or decency should we bo under great or obligation for patronage in the sum of 100 per annum than the merchant to whom our patronizing I patron probably pays 100 iin thoImorchantpattern because he has bought a dimes worth of diamond dye No hardly and yet he could do so with just as much consistency Ho gets vnluo received when ho gets the pnpur ho has paid for and tlh obligation there ends We approIcI ciate all tho patonngo wo receive but we do not consider theta subscriber 1J owns us body and soul h J cause hehasspnntalollartvithusA i I I want all tho world to know writes Rot Cf Bmllong of Ash away R Lwhat a thoroughly tined and reliable medicine I found in Electric hitters Thoyjcured e of jaundice and liver troubles that had caused me groat sulfuring for jI many years For a genuine all around euro thou excel anything I oversaw Electric Bitters are the surpriso of riP for their wonderful1 X work in Liver Kidney nod Stomach troubles Dont fail to try thorn Only 0c Satisfaction guaranteed and for sale hyJ T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs it Sons of Campion jTwoj Senior and Georgia Field are mys teriously missing from their re spective homes and search had so far failed that Wednesday evening there was no clue to their location Miss Schuler loft homo on Sunday morning to go to church and Miss Field loft her home Friday night previous Tlw first named is said to bo a very pretty girl while th latter is a spinster of more than 50 summers to her credit DisappointmenttIneffective liver medicine is a disappointment but you dontwant to purge strain and break the glands of the stomach and bowels DoWitts Little Early Risers never disappoint They cleanse tho sy stem of all poison and putrid mat ter and do it so gently that ono enjoys tho pleasant effects Thoy are a tonic to the liver Cure bit iousness torpid livor and prevent fever Burglar Tools in the Jail On searching tho County Jail a Salyorsvillo on last Thursday tho Jailer found in the cell of John W Howard one dozen of tho finest quality burglar sows Tho envoi opo containing the saws born th address of Howard and seemed to have formerly contained a cats loguo from n law college Howard is now confined in jail awaiting thoI V action of the Appellate Court on au appeal from a tenyear sentence to tho penitentiary Lingering Summer Colds Dont lot a cold run at this sea L son Summer colds are tho hardest kind to cure and if neglected may linger slang for months A long siege like this will pull down tho strongest constitution One Minn to Cough Cure will breakup 1the attack at once Safe sure acts at once Cures coughs colds croup t bronchitis nil throat and lung troubles Tho children like it Managementr IThe proposition submitted to time white voters of Richmond to establish a white graded school1 carried by a largo majority This coltored peoplo will elect their own principals and teachers tho white j trustees to elect only tho officers all of tho whito school our For 28c in stamps you can got n free trial of Wilsons Tobacco Cure Has cured thousands CORP WILSON j 3Oy Calvert Texas P +COUNTY + DIRECTORY + t HAZEL GREEN POLICE COURT H F IIEKATT Judge J 11 NIOKKU Marshall W N NICKKIL Deputy Marshall HOARD OF TUSTEES W O MIZE ChairmanI ii W II Conn JOHN DDAVIS t JOHN Mj Host JOHN fflU5FrCIRCUIT 0COURT Third Minilay in January Fourth M n day in April and Third Monday in Se Member Avis 1 REDWINE Judge V IF Ilvi n CominomveallhsAttorney s J F VA VRANT Master Commissioner O tJ HNKS Trustee Jury Fund n I OUNTY COURT feat Monday in each month J i JudgeVRANKSTA1I1ER81lTtffI t L C FUJIKS Count Attorney I H LITTIB JailerI i 3 N li aims Assessor SurveyorFICANK J W T ULAEECounty Supt MAqiSTRATEi COURTS i TIME OF HOLDING ND SIeJtRST DISTRICT KIIAB cHOCKEY il igistratei No time set for holding urt i I iJEcoNnJ DISTRICT JOHN D ROSE Magistrate S 3T NORMAN Con iset F ibruary JMay Auguit and November Magis IS C urt day4 Second Friday in February ny August and Not er FOURTH DISTRICT R R Lion J igistrate WM SJIESCIER Constable MnrcbJFIFTH t SIXTHJ N CIIA U1FRSIMaKistrate in both districts DAVID INKS Constable Court days ThirdIFriday in February May August and Ji ovcinber SEVENTH DISTRICT K F UOIIN agistrate i POUTER CIARK Constable MarchJOIIVFRlIai time for holding court 4 jA GOOD POSITION i Awaits ovory worthy graduate of tho Elliott Commercial Schools OF WEST VIRGINIA WHEELING FAIRMOPNT CHARLESTON CLARKSBURG tjflf you cannot enter ono of I informso i tion concerning our Short Hand course by mail t- RB ELLIOTT Pros Wheeling W Va G c p A GOOD FARM FOB SALB I O C ACRES OF LAND lying l II 0 on tho waters of Falling Wntor in Wolfo county Ky 70 Atgood log house of two rooms good log barn and plenty of water forffamily use and stock Plenty of timber for all fencing Eight milesI t frome k Campion and 3 miles from May 1 town Possession March 1 1903 I itI 1 jCBF For further information call or address THE HERALD 5tf Hazel Groon Ky ROSE WHEELER PRACTICAL BLACKSMITHS i AND WACONMAKERS 1 i HAZEL GREEN EY Invito the attention of theX farmers of this vicinity to their im = f proved facilities for blacksmithing and wagon making as well as repair work of all kinds A full force of first class mechanicsvinsures promptness in the execution of work entrusted to them and satisfac ttion is guaranteed in all soave Buggy building and wagon making are specialties Your patronage iii respectfully solicited and will be duly appreciated Respectfully c+ ROSE WHEELER GJT OURTEEarrsEavlo sai BnberIta41 SslitALD 4s T THE HERALD I J J rt SPENCER COOPER Editor a0DMp r- a r- tt HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Sept 1 1902 +DECIIOQRATI +TIQKED + FOR CONGRESS t HON s FrAHOPKINS OF PHESTOXSnPHGtt t Announcement For Circuit Court Clerk HOLLON We aro authorized to announce I n HOLIO2 as n rnmlidntc for the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Wolfe County subject to the action of the k Democratic party For IpRl 1iitlve Krprmrntntlvn- PIERATT We aro authorized to announce II K PIKIIATT as a candidate for the office of Ilcprisentative iu the Leg 1 islature from the that District subject to the action of the Democratic party a UNDER the heading of announcements on this page of our paper will bo the name of II F Pieratt who is ambitious to represent tits counties of Morgan and Wolfe in tho Lower House of tho next Gen oral Assembly of Kentucky it being t Wolfes time to namo tho candidate Being a native of Morgan and reared in Wolfe naturally en dows him for the position for all his earthly interests personal political and financialare thus encompassed and insure his earnest attention But to introduce lIen ry Pieratt to the Democrats of these two counties would bo as silly r as superfluous for every Democrat rI I aye and Republican too for that matterknows him to be an enthusiast in the cause espoused byJefferson No man in Eastern Kentucky has done more and few r as much for the success of the party and his political friends than Henry Pieratt Ho is one of the boys in the trenches and he is always to the fore when thero is a t political fight on And yet while he has been a veritable wheel horse in bringing victory to tho party on alloccasions this is the first time he has ever asked an honor and so well is his claim admitted that it wouldnot surprise us to see him nominated by acclamation In i fact ho being the only candidate announced he is the only one worthy consideration for tho party man who wont support his party organ is small potatoes and few in a hill Read his announce ment consider his work in the past and do not forget that he thinks sufficient of his party organ to give it his political patronage and then givo him your suffrage in the precinct meetings d t EDITORIAL + ERUPTIONS 1 THERE is a regular catanddog harmony prevailing in tho grand old party and there is bound to be a deathdealing eruption before longii 0000a YOUR Undo Russel Sage has now K appeared in the role of a friendof tho laboring man Ho says that Morgan is the man who can and1 should end the strike i 0000 TILE Republicans are in hopes of keeping voters under the pros perity pipedream spell until after election Many have heard the alarm however and are waking up TIlE Republican 0000 column on tho blanket ballot should be made ex tra largo this year to accommodate the largo amount of scratching and interlining that will be done in November THE NewYorkWorldclaims 0000 that Morgan ended the coal strike of tMcKinleysyelection His action now or non action must mean that ho does not wish to aid 0000 Roosevelt SAM SMALL is a fine temperance orator and now that he has faiod to appear before an audience be cause he was drunk he can also t pose as a horrible example And henceforth he should nay JDonfc t sayiRtSj6 I a i 7 ji J REnuiDLEss party bossfrowns j I and political consequences Presi j dent Roosevelt is tolling tho people I jI a whole lot of cold truth In his speeches ho is giving out a great I I deal of Democratic campaign ammunition and at the same time increasing tho high regard in whichII the fearless Teddy is I tho people of nil parties Had any deInouncingI a revolution in tho laws to the end I i that corporations may be brought directly under government control j such Democrat would at once have been denounced in every trust organ in tho laud as an anarchist and cartooned in a red shirt open at throat with a firebrand in one hand amIn bomb in the other That is tho manner in which the trustowned press caricartured Mr Bryan in the last two campaigns although tho blunt and radical Westoner never went as far in ad vocating a change in tho law governing corporations as President Roosevelt did in his Boston speech 0000 ALTHOUGH the trusts and their organs aro bitterly antagonistic to Mr Roosevelt and secretly endea vor to thwart him at every turn in and out of Congress they dare not openly oppose a Republican Presi dent especially in a Congressional campaignfor that would endan ger the election of a Republican Congress And so long as the trusts havo Congress with them they care not who occupies the Presidential chair It is a pecu liar situation which contains a pointed moral for every American voter regardless of party 0000 PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT is very do cidedon tho Cuban reciprocity measure Hero is the forcible way ho referred to it in his Lowell Mass speech Wo have done our duty by Cuba but I want to ask the people to act further than under a sense of baro duty to act in a spirit of generosity suchas befits a great republic which has just started on the career of inde fgoernmentlAnd 1 theirlownI south of our country OOOO PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT is trying to reform the Republican party but ho has an extremely difficult jb on his hands He cant reform it Ho means well but sci ence has not yet revealed a way to bring tho dead back to life or to save tho dying 0000 I SAM SMALL is the latest to fall from grace Ho wont to Vermont to make a temperance speech and his first sentence showed him to be maudlin Ho frankly admitted that he was drunk but plead over work in extenuation 0000 THE number of good Democrats in tho Republican ranks is increas ing daily Many of tho G O P lenders this year are making exI collent Democratic speeches They will find out where they are at after a while 0000 TEDDY is too i good a Ito be in the Republican DemocratI I Our Grand OfferIUntil further notice we will give I every now subscriber and every old one who renews choice of tho absoIlutelment to tako THE HERALD Here they aro The Toledo Blade Republican Tho Sunny South Stories c Home and Farm Farm cII Our Republican friends surely avail of this grand chance to I secure their political bible free the ladies will find Sunny South a literary gem and farmers and their wives will be pleasedwith Homo and Farm Subscribe today Cutting in Menefee Last Friday night during the progress ofa social dance at tho residence of Garfield Roberts a short distance from town a quarrel of soma months standing be tween Garrett Long and Clarence Carmichael was renewed with th result that Long cut Carmichael iu the left side of neck making an ugly but not fatal wound French burg News Humors Come to tho Surface ifemljs and other buidont runthcmsclcmostly re main in the systcmthats bad Hoods Sarsaparilla removes them words off danger makes goal health sure Tako it WantedA girl to cook wash andiron for family of two 100 a week Apply at this office t ISome of the Sick Dr Center reports that Adam illIof flux but was slightly better yesterday Five of the families of Bob Eggleston John Halo and tho Widow Wynns daughter of Mon aloe all of whom havo been dan gerously ill of lover aro now on tho mend born to tho wife of TIes1dayI Electric Belt on Trial To introduce it nmlobtain agents tin undersigned firm will send al trialionbo paid in ten days if tho proves beneficial and tho HoltII I2CO to bo paid in sixty tho Bolt ejects a cure These Belts are a positive euro for Rheuma tism Neuralgia Kidney trouble Stomach a id Liver trouble Asthma etc Address at once UKKMAN EIKCTRIC AOKXCY tf P O Box lS74NewYorkNY Notice to Precinct Committeemen The Democratic Precinct Committeemen of the counties of Mor gan and Wolfe are hereby notified to meet at West Liberty on Monday September 8 1902 to deter mine tho time and place for hold ing convention to nominate a can didate for Representative from this 91at Legislative ftisrict JOHN S CAUTEK District Chairman You cannot buy standard pianos organs buggies sewing machines t clocks watches and jewelry as cheap any whore else as you can of mo Como and see samples and1 you will be convinced You do not havo to risk your money with mail order houses tf J T GEVEDON The academy opened with a big attendance last Tuesday and prom ises to touch the century mark on Monday morning Send 35c and get a free trial o Wilsons Morphine Cure tested for 14 years and always successful Send to Com WILSON f 30y Calvert Texas RoseIIConstipationD- oes your headache Pain back of your eyes Bad taste in your mouth Its your liver I Ayers Pills are liver pills They cure consti pation headache dyspepsia 25c AHl Juc= 1 Want Jour moutaebe or Kinl a beautiful brown or rich black Ihrnu BUCKINGHAMS DYEMt lrs611 eL oo a P M4l w A N ACT P J tf1ItlLr t L 1fA i1f 1 J tv r 11 lexl RailwaybrI Time Table In Effect May 13 1902 EAST BOUND No a No STATIONS Daily Sunday ex1 Vnil- ojI LejAILreLexington Winchester 3 IU pm 8 25 am LJoJuncn 32 pm S 37 am Clay City 3 50 jmi 9 13 am amiStanton I 4 00 pm It 23 am Beattyve Jc 11 11 pm pmllO9 amII Jackson 15 pmjll 30 BOUNDII Jackson lamBeattyvepmTorrentI ImNatBridgepmStantonpmClaypmLEJuncn pmLexingtonI ManagerI Io I E BRANCH Time Table la Effect September 1 1902 EASTBOUND MIXED STATIONS PtssRo- TRtia TRAIN AMARtt PM AIm 9 15 Jackson 2 35 8 ZS Wilhunit 2 13 8 15 lIamllton 1 57 735 Lee City 133 7 26 lIc1echawa 1 27 7 00 Cannel Cityr I 10 A M ixE P JI Lnt WEST BOUND MIXEDeTRAIN AMLVB p M IXE 11 20 Jackson S 30 11 52 Willturst4 17 11 58 lIampton 4 30 12 22 Le City 5 10 12 28 Helechawa5 IS 12 45 Cannel City f 45 11 AIm 111 Acn West bound passenger train connects att O K Junction with train which leaves Lexington at 740 a m East bound passenger train connects at 0 S K Junction with train which arrives at Winchester 520 and Lexington at 605 pm M L CONLEY Superintendent t t X H F PIERATT H C QUICKSALL H F PIERATTt CO DEALERS IN 10000000HOOUOOO oo OOIO 100 0100 000 00 00000000 rouoo I General MerchandiseII0- 40400060404000040p44004000004004t 1 000044000040e000604s J Live Stock and Country Produce j I I I TF YOU WANT CHEAP GOODS COME- sWITH THE CASH that is the only safe land reliable way to 10hllsi 1188II i IPLEASE DO NOT ASK FOR CREDITII- Very respectf- ullyLH6 F PSERATTt CO All parlies now indebted to me fHL ll should call and sottlo or thoro will Jfi be A HOT TIME IN lHE OLD flTOWN TODAY as I am dotorfj j P mined to wind up all my outstand j 8 f ing business Thanking you for N B f 1past patronagend moro especi flTs if will for Jm wi QgoodsfS vef T ti I remain respectfully m l1 H F PIERATT fJ 1CECIL BROS tUpI8 f Funcg grocers goodllI I I Have in Stock mill yell Low for CAiII the following jarJI ijcII I PEACH LEAF LAUD Iflc per UGAIt 5 lc to tlc per IHlllnllii CADOVA COFFEE tt 1JONXIK UOLLED OATS toe package SWEET POTATOES canned Jfic JL for 25c KIt lT Kpntimi can lOc canfcans Sc BaTHARNESS BRIDLES JUANITE WAREc c Everything first class and fresh and YOU SAVE MONEY on everything you buyof us 9 = d + = tJ + + i j CY ijJtUiOU3QilhU lff t fe1ct 1JJ ttn1 ra etGtteiI i RICHMOND KENTU KY J W McGARVEY Jr President Offers advantages no ether school in Kentucky affords Situated in a J beautiful country Most scholarly faculty in the State Music depart meat unsurpassed FrScj uent illustrated lectures by the President on his t j travels in Europe and th Holy Land Sickness almost unknown Good jj table CSTWrite for cat log i I + Mr tlil J iJr rHP Iilb Is perfectly harmless R etable compound It egoRi tively and pcnna non 1 E super eliminates CURE llous flesh ABSOLUTE corpulency It iis a 1111EE and harmless fresh air D 0Thousicians endorse it Write Iu for sample toUFREE TREATMENT Send etc 25 Correspondence cents to rover 10 tnJlIIi G I j i1luinI sun make II Kulacto at T it you tliiire you hOllleT I I fear of evil eflects GINSENG CHEMICAL CO O 3701 SO JEFFERSON AVE ST LOUIS MOi BED1JjtI I 11id1 OIiII III i JsIlthtI I WINCHESTER KY X H WITIIERSPOON President- R D HUNTEi Cashier Paid up Capital 310000000 Surplus 2000000 Handsome doposit of 40421648 This lank solicits the accounts ol met chants fanners trailers and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and oilers its customers every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits oi legitimate banking octlSly ROBERT P RASH PRICEStis wholesale dealer in FLOUR SALTand solicits the patronage of the merchants of the mountains lie also carries a complete line of QeiierI Meroas1- iII PrOaU08 Embracing everything usually found in a firstclass country store and the pur chaser may rely always upon Retting the the moneyHe and Morgan to call and hissee goods and learn his prices and suggests that it might pay como prepared to take home tobuyMjf Will meet any legitimate competitionCall buyingMcCausey Ky i Pj i r W T CASKEY I1IZEL GREEN KY Dealer in General Merchandise- and Country Produce LAPHDry Goods Notions GENTS FURNISHING GOODS LADIES AND GENTS TIES GjHATS AND CAPS BOOTS AND SHOES PATENT MEDICINESI DRUGS OILS Cc c Cayin fact everything usually kept i a in firstclass general store Call and ex HeIIdale BKkXeciigBisitss PHONOGRAPHYI Tiltgnf saritroMrro- Addrcas WILBUR R SMITH LEXINGTON KY mvcailtiCOMMERCIAL ExpoalUooRtfen TatUTdfgl3physpeciJtieB1he avtrded cmtnatm Ltteratr Couru frto If dlred QradaatoaaecewfaLIn onlyWILBUR HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY x19021903 The session will begin TUES DAY September 2nd Every department will be kept up to the best- Competent teachers in charge of all classes The new building groat advan tageEvery child within a radius of three or four miles of Hazel Green dayLetSopt2ndHazel Green Academ- yWANTEDSay 5000acres CQKING COAL LANDS conven iently located for transportation to Columbus Ohio State rock descriptioninbus Ohio 516 c i i o J TAYLOR DAii CARRIES IN STOCK A FULL LINE O- FwW t Ladies Dress Goods Gents Furnishings 3 d F Ladies and Gents Shoesr K Standard Groceries pH EW 3 Lamps and dueensware 3 I Cutlery and Hardware 8 CapsI a ioc G In fMfound in firstclass store 1 j t JAYE MILLINERY j CARRIES A COMPLETE LINE OF MILLINERY and NOTIONS LADIES FURNISHINGS DRESS GOODS- TRIMMINGS 1 c RIBBONS HOSE c pflr And sells everything so low that the poorest may b- uyCLOTHING I have a nice lot of clothing which I intend thisISELOESIAlso I will sell you shoes at 100 that I have always sold at 125 and the same pro portion clear through Remember this is for CASH ONLY J JML ROSET-HE 9 PEOPLES FRIEND rc WJ n Bq 4 = = c J OBi == === c 0 =fA uwfll u ff = = II J PfllNTINi I q f i E7 r x IS r y l d ENVELOPES i NOTEHEADS W r BILLHEADSf LETTERHEADS i SALEBILLS PROGRAMS CIRCULARS CATALOGS f MINUTES c c W We have Three Fast Presses a Power Paper Cutter and 40 Years 1Experience enables us to Court Comparison n S and Defy Competition When you want PRINTING come and see us Respectfully c SPENCER COOPERQ D WJl 6 G nnnnttmnttmtntnnmmmtnttnnnma I n = 3 = THE LEADING DAILY OF THE E BLUE GRASS REGION IS I TilE MORNIN6 HERALD I Ej or Loxlnatoa Kentucky SS- ST =E It has the full Associated Press Despatches Special Correspondents corer S = lag thelOneOriatfull Market Report accuratoandrclii ncn from an Z = the oil fields Baoo Ball and sporting news a Society and Woman Page of 2= great Interest special articles on every question of general interest 3 = Its Editorial Paso U recognlied as tho bastlli a It now offers a MAP OF KENTUCKY the latest and bed published to Z f erery Bubscrioer who pay six months in advance 2S = It ts now giving with its Sunday paper the beautttul eras of STAGS == I FJkVGulTKS tamed by tho Barr McIntosh Studio every one of them worth II = dollarHow = I the time to Subscribe 300 for Six Months II M H I THE LEXINGTON PUBLISHING CO = I PostoMlc Box 356 Lxltlita Ky Zg- 5S 1 W G P BHXCWSBIIXI President D aiBB CKiaaiDai Manager = W1U1U1UiUIU1UIU1WUWWWWWWW1WUUlmlU i J j k J I 3 HE HERALD I e 9t cp l What are Humors morbid fluids I S- kI jjicy are vitiated or tours tile veins nml affecting the tissues jjjj are commonly due to detective diges tion bat are somrt inus Inherited now do they manifest themselves s Ia many forms of ctitatieous eruption nit rheum or ccicina pimples and bolls jufl in weMkflDSS languor general debility i F roe arc they ospHHd By Hoods SarsaparillaInInInn Tych al ull fljBcml troll them It IIi the best me JJctne for all humorS r 10lor r ffh X mart shows that your time A NA1 and unless you renew at once you t j Bty set pet tthe paper next west Holechawa is the proper way 1 i Helen Chaso Walbridgc 4 Five Cents a Bushel will he pail 2 to mine 500 to J1500 bushels of coal 1 Apply at this oilico nt once c Misses Eliza James and Pearl Day visited in Leo City last week and report a fino tune Prof Cord has established tele phone connection between the dor r 1mitory and academy and his resi denebnr BEST medicine yon can take THEI rid yourself of humors and tele3r your complexion is IHoods Sar i 1t j lajarfuaitsakoTHE CHEAPEST I I x Willie Swango of Millersburg IIWM here this week and bought a i r1 car load of hogs for the Cincinnati p market I l Denny Carter of West Liberty jjc r came over Tuesday to assist the paintura on the academy and is a I i guest of the Day House 1 For fonrtipnttonankdcalremed 7tcLroslasatlresruhdleandchndten anitotakeandrpet tecdlharmle uu1c r allCUC IIU1Ct lrlceiQ y told by J C Stamjicr Grassy Creek Miss Ora Swango who is teach lag the public school at Spencer visited her mother Mrs Josephine t j Swaugo Saturday and Sunday t 2Drs Waldeck and Nickell went to Camptou yesterday to meet with Dr Shirley of Winchester who iisIi J counselor for the Tenth Congress I ional District I THE HERALD and TwicoaWeek I CourierJournal is only 125 for 12 months with Weekly Enquirer for same time 1185 And now iisjj j tho time to subscribe tf i l Miss Carrie Rose last week returned from a three weeks visit to t friends and acquaintance at Mt j r Sterling and Carlisle and reports delightful time Mrs W T Caskoy has the thanks of tho editor and his better seven x eighths for fine fata largo frying chicken and the editorial heart i a is exuberant with joy j i Mrs J M Waldeck has been G very ill for the past week or ton 1 days but was a little better yestor day though now suffering fro nervous prostration Lanford Craft has resigned his position at the postoffice to com nlft ir n commercial courso nt Hnzol- Green I Academy and has been suc ceeded by Miss Lula Evans 3 H F Pierntt accompanied by Judge G B Swango of Spencer paid West Liberty a flying political visit Tuesday returning Wed nesday LaterThe Judge onlyt went to John Oldfields Before the precinct meetings are hold TilE HERALD will hint to you why soandso should not bo nomii nated A mans record is public property when ho asks for office T andseveral are now asking tJohnj Davis accompanied by his J little daughter Myrtle and Mattie I r Evans returned homo on Sunda 4 The former was engaged in build ing tho foundation for tho new A r batik at West Liberty and tho girls i t wero visiting there I Prof Compton and Miss Drown zz- at two of tho new assistant teachers the academy arrived Saturday f night and are guests of tho Day Prorf Green and the latter takes j i f of Miss Davenport wo believe j Hurt Bros of Cedar Bluff VnII f gave an exhibition at the acadom I is 0 is magic1antern I mental music etc Tho notable I feature however was tho playin- w I I of a French harp and picking the Ia totnjo simultaneously by a single p performer 1 1- Cz Sue the Fostoffice Department CANEY KY Aug 29 1902 Mr Spencer Cooper Hazel Green THEHE1tAfQago and havent received but one on is i paperYours hAInasmuch as the paper goes to every week in a package with I others for that office tho bcanvasyou sue the Postoffico Department and make the Canoy Postmaster a par yourdartage throw it in the U S Court paper shore leaves hero ev Friday morning and you ought get it the sauio day J CASTORIAI S For Infanta and Children the KM You HiYi Always Bought Bears the- Signature fof Ca tff7gZrff Will Preach Next Sunday do Hon D H Goons of Lexing ton the painterorator of Kentucky who has n national reputation as a public speaker will preach at the Christian Church in Hazel Green on Sunday Sept 7th at 11n oclocka m Como out and enjoy raro treat The Breathitt News of last week says of him CaptJGoins tho painter oratorof Lox ington passed through Jackson last Tuesday on his way to Hazel Grcon where he will put the finish ing touches on the Hazel Academy building Mr Greeni Goins i made many speeches in tho 1S9G campaign some here while workII ing on Day Bros1 storeII BneumaKIDNEY e I On BACKACHEi CUREUrtnrrry old by 11 F 1ieralt Hazel Green Ky Change in Time Table The Ohio and Kentucky put on I a passenger train Monday which will enable citizens of Hazel Green and other nearby points to roach Lexington in afternoon of the day they leave Indeed citizens of Ezel i thorchangot be much moro comfortable than tho servic heretofore Going west a mixed train leaves Helechawa at 1 518 a in and the passenger ar rives at Holechawa at 12 2S p m which allows ample time to ride 20 Ist miles and coming from Lexingtoni to reach home in time tl i ing and other chorus Keep It ia Your Home And when the bowels fail to net prop erly take a dose of LYONS LAXATIVE SYUP It acts gently but effectually on keepIoiake your complexion clear Sol d by J C Stamper Grassy Creek 1A Convenient Arrangement Piernttmhouse on the heights together with two cottages rented from Mr Pie ratt and tho ouo now occupied by Dr Waldeck are tho most conva 1niert to tho academy that it were possible for Prof Cord to secure Indeed until tho academy dormitories are built a more accessible dormitory than tho Pieratt house cannot bo conceived and with its annexes ample accommodations I aro afforded Prof Cord was very fortunate iu snaking this nrrange mont which is suro to bo apprcci tinted by all boarding students who attend A Family Reunion Mr and Mrs John B Davis of this place attended a reunion of tho Davis family on Sunday AugII 24th The assembly was at theI residence of Mr and Mrs 11 N anydBy included nearly all of tho sous and daughters together with their fair ilies Counting grandparents pa runts and progeny 17 persons were present all of whom partook an elegant dinner prepared for ofII occasion and personal cocas were related as a recreation i I i I INCUBAIi where it U hot all the year round motnoinY I Kifelwtter than any where else fnlheworW Sodontsiop taking t it m summer or you will lose what you have gained I gSendfor a free sample SCOTT fit DOWN ChemisU Street Fete Yor14 yoc and zail druggists OcrQ t Reaping His Reward I thast umns several times recently died Thursday night last and he who was a Lazarus in the flesh in the spirit may now be a coequal with Jesus in My fathers house of many mansions Ho boliovod and was baptized and ho who beliovoth on mo shall inal ent tho kingdom of heaven and have life overlastingIn Not Doomed for Life J I was treated for three years by i good doctors writes W A McConnollsville 0 for GreorII nndf IIbt Fistula but when all failed Buck lens Arnica Salvo cured me in two weeks Cures Burns Bruises Cuts Corns Sores Eruptions SaltRheum Piles or no pay 25 cts at n Taylor Day Hazel Green or S thoCombs it Sons Campton drugstores Theyll Not Win Either I Some of the candidates wo un dorstand claim thoy will bo nomi natedwithout THE HERALDS aid to Well soo about that And if thoy theyll want its help whoa the regular election comes off Well well see about that too Hence forth help those who help you all will bo our golden rule Watch these columns for next few weeks you will learn a thing or two as 11Misses A Distinguished Visitor I fall ames paid us a short visit Monday accompanied by Miss Angelina thoI baby daughter of Mr and 1 rs1f j j I John H Rose who called to know why her name had never been seen in the society column Hence wo now print it ITl1ke THE HERALD at 100 per year and try for part of 25000 of Rejected Manuscripts If you cannot place your stories send ten cents for a sumplo copyn TIlE LITEKAKY CHITIC tho mnga ziuo for unsuccessful authors AdIt dress Literary Critic Publishing 1 Co 50 Broadway Now York tf COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0HTTo insure insertion ALL conesS4 byMondaythat nearby on Monday DlornilllI STILL WATER SPARKLES 0 Miss Lula Childors is on tho list this week f Rev Henry Taylor preached at tho Buchanan schoolhouse Sunday Mrs Polly Rutherford is someIc what ill at her sisters Mrs W Iio 0RoseGreen Chambers and family1i 1 started Monday for his home in tho far west On Sunday morning yo scribe in company with Robert C Rose went to Landsaw whore they met I a lot of pretty girls Rev G M Center preached very interesting sermon at Rebecca Church Sunday and a good crowd was in attendanceIDied on tho 1st lust Tommie lithewife Ho was their only childand wo sympathize with tho bereaved ones IThef will bo preached near his old residence on Stillwater tho first Sunday in October by Revs Wheeler and Center Bruco Rose who is teaching tho Trace school has probably the largest number of pupils enrolled of any teacher in tho county ac cording to tho number in tho district ho having 70 of the 75 I Aug 27 PRESTO j ILANEi LILIES of Mrs Alice FridaIDr Hatton reports a groat doalle1 of InThoj 111Missschool on Cave Branch W thoII The threshing machine has singing its music among those hills this week Mrs Daniel Flinchom mado ab business trip to Jackson Friday tho way she is a feminine curio as she weighs 312 avoirdupois Tho newly married couplo who wore mentioned in our last thiss week moved to Frozen whoro they will mako their future home May peace and happiness go with them George King and sister MissI Louisa of Spring Branch accompanied by a Mr Childors of Law renco county passed through these diggings Sunday and called on theIi a family of O P King of said dig jginV Wm Congloton accompanied by his brother tho Judge was visiting friends at Lane Wednesday hiUsjsomoj time ho settled in Oregon where he has since resided This is his second visit ho having mado ono 10 years ago i Sept 1 PLUCKY BILL f Yak S t cp L 01l 1VfPT 1J J CACAlJ RI J Fpal 11 =c BEN SEWELL lit iTOti YOInn INUItnl 11l EDITOR AIL EFFUSIONS As USUAL somo Democrats havo j lost their heads Somo havo completely forgotten tho Clove freetrade hard times and now declare that thoy favor freo trade and sound money T h 0ij sound money part is all right n vote for freo trade is n voto low prices souphouses hard times tend starvation There never was a time in tho history of ourt country moro paniky than under froo trade policy Freo trade is mother of low prices idleness and business depression l x PUKSIUKXT l OOSKVKLT is hand withoutIgloves in a fay lion not calculated pleaso the democrats she is stealing from them much if their campaign thin ider Hen y Vat ersons Bran ho 15usU will do volop into nI Trust Dust aftorI S- xx TIn nnmo emocrat i i hardly sacred as the name leans Christ yet t iu supposed 8IcrJdI 055 in the itiinu Donu crat is that holds 01110 pinplf to tho Democratic partyt That s a now rlUlll of patritismono that Jof could n t foresee x Tin policy of recipro ity will gradually tats the place of the protective tnrilV policy Tho Re publican party favors this but iisI unalterably opposed to the breeder hard times known as free trade x ANY man of cloar5 ht1 sanity blinded on partisan prejudice bound to admit that Republican policies have proven hint for the masses of the 1people it xx Tin brains of the world aro for money and opposed to the hard times getter free trade LOCAL LACONICS Thomas Scwcll of Lane wns thoI guest ofu editor Saturday and1 Sunday J B Hollon tho hustling mor of Neola was hero Monday n business County Superintendent John W Taulbee of Daysboro was lion Monday looking wise and hearty inIrslIILnst I I week a warrant was sworn out against Jim Spencer charging him with the offense of stealing a ceguns belonging to Win Perry Judge I R Hollon candidate for Circuit Court Clerk wont to City last week to look over the field and reports the prospect bright Floyd Horton formerly of this county but now of near Winches tor is in the county buying stock and paying Republican prosperity pricesLizzie Tolson of Leo City hnsII brought suit for divorce Wm Tolson alleging abandonment tttI Lykins and Stamper are tho attor neys for plaintiff IHoligioU5 services were conduct by Rev J M1 Tolson and others t the residonco of Granny town on Sunday HowoI 1 good audience was present Lana has brought suit IJohnL against his wife Cath urine Lano Tho distinguished divorce lawyer G B Stamper has employed to ropresont the plaintiff County Clti rk Tutt reports th i following marriage license issued our last issue Mort Lacy to Ida Fulks Holly IL Nickoll to Callio lL Somples R M Iladdix to Elizabeth Vest IDr J H Stamper reports the following August 20 born to the wife of Miles Pol frey of Stillwator i girl Tho infant child of Rich mond Liucous is very bad with troubloILast Saturday before Judge Con gleton A R Graham was fined on the following charges 2500 and1 10 days imprisonment for carry ing concealed weapons 7500 and1 costs for shooting on public high way 100 and costs for presenting deadly weapon a pistol John Gibbs d i + t 3 1 County Court convened hors on Monday with his honor JV Cun gleton on the ltCnchIn unusu ally large crowd of people wns in town courting politixing andi liorsejockoying A partY of Eastern eapitl1litit in company with i1 II Stamper Jr lust week on the farm of J 11 Collins our toile from here fonud- splendidsarfaeindicati0nsofi both gas and oil They contemplate drilling on this farm some limo this fall r Aunt Peggy ToUon whose illneHi lias been reported herotoforo dtf d Monday of this week of the frail tits incident to old ago She was about S5 years old nut leaves five sons Isaac William Thomns John mill Elliott and daughter Fanny Nickoll to mourn her los County Attorney C C Fulks has handed yo editor unto tuiBry anized silver dollar for Tin lime AII one yens Jake will rilieh the hut 1 IItPlwr to lw found in the editorials of CAMITOX COITIKK that iis when his political stomach grts well of thet ilisnauo of PryaniMM IkHlwitieiin and otio ism Now Jrke be goodl On Wdueidny evening of last week a delightful hMeasuring Par ty wits given lby the fashionable MHJHly folks of Camptou at the palatin hotter of A F Uyrd Kach entry had to JMIV five cents for ev ery foot of lu ifiht The PIlICtIcls were to go to tho pastor of the M1 H Church here which footed up according to measurement th handsome and fat sum of 7tK Miss Marsie Barre the able assistant teacher in the K V A has the honor and credit for starting lliia kind of social entertainment in our city The following parties were lit attendance Misses Marsie lllnrrn Klizalwth Dimitt Emma lloilon Edith Stamper Mary Wy att ISeulah Congleton Nora Cru gleton Bessie Stamper Laura Stamper Ikiilnh Vaneant MFrs Im Stamper Marion Vaughn Hendricks Byrd Steve Tutt Win Drake Newton Drake Roscoe Lit tie Fielden Brown Lum Yanks Guy Vansant lFloyd Oakley Dan iel Bedinger Prof Clarke wife and daughter Edith Miss lHArIt did the inoasurin and was quite posii live that Prof Clarke wns sovi n feet in height the tallest 1jMirson in the j arty Tho occasion was im mensely enjoyed by all present Visa Bessie Byrd the beautiful daughter of A F Byrd comes in for n share of the glory for the clever way she helped to entertain tho party This kindof socials is beneficial and it isi hoped this will not IK tho ant ono Pursuant to a call of the Chair man J1 J F Yansnnt tho Del ocrnt Mooiilig Of iis Committee mot Democratic in Circuit Clerks Committee oflice in Campton 011 Monday for tho purpose of fixing tho time and manner of nominating a Democratic candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of this county to be voted for at tho November election 1COJ5 After obtaining tho heartfelt desires of the various candidates after triggering und figuring around1 as to this and that proposition and finally after con sulting tho big bosses the power behind tho throne as to what is and would bo best for the welfare of Democracy the committeei harmonized into a starchamber session tacks printed and fixed for the transaction of business October tho 18th 1902 and a pri wary election was agreed upon an tho time and manner to nominate a Democratic candidate for Circuit Court Clerk Harmony prevailed bossism was eliminated from the spirit of tho deliberations of the committee But there wits notice ablo outcroppings of dissatisfac tion among sumo of tho take no chance Iiossos who preferred a convention tho most ideal Dem ocratic way to nominate a candi date in comequick order But tho war bosses calmed down in submission to tho wirepullings of tho committee Tho dealing of the cards has been made Sic Tiger siccm Boss Now gamble on a candidate Politics is n game of chance It is a battle of bosses for bossism Uncollar tho dogs and let tho taco bo swift and strong Dont tear up tho harnesses 1of tho old fatinofiice bosses 1 Rornombcr tho date October 18th iC p rj Jr i E T r C ea riI1g Sol tClothiqg y s i WE AREr1 WE nEED MONEY WE NEED IT BUDLY C1LOTHING- RRy Ryce s f I r C t ht 1- 3ZTew Goods Latest Styles Best QualityIHere is a chance to get GOOD CLOTHING at c ea prices 00i i Mens All Wool Bes Funnels JMQQ 00SUits This is about the co t of the trimmings 500 MENS IMPORTANT Coat Pants and INENtSUITS READ THIS BOYS SUITS BOYS UITS BOYS SUITS Y 49iI I Suits 40 Cents up to 700 We can show you a etter assortment than all the houses in Lexin ton together i We are the only hous in Lexington who sell the celebrated Alfred B njamin Co Clothing LOl iS Cus Straus II- LEADIHG CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON KYS- lav= WHEN BUYING WHISKEYI t FCR J 1pp rE D I r fO T ro ILw USE 1 OR TO BE USED tg 1 EVEfltGt1 1 r You want good pure whiskey and at times all need whiskey either to ward otj colds and pneumonia or to build up tho system when from overwork or worry the vitality is below lpar 11c have good pure whiskey well distilled from choice t grain well aged and nurtured with special care for 200 22525Ot PER GALLON and we pack your jug in a nice plain box for shipping so that no one cut tell what you are getting and send you a a nice etcred glass lI corkscrew free Send us your order ami let us prove that we mean what we say llcmit by Post t 9 1 Ollice Money order or registered letter to the ii HASAN DISTILLING CO Lexington Ky CLARK 2 HOWARD i tIU 1 s J 11 2GG20S B Main LEXINGTON KY Honest material master mechan ics and consciencious calculations are their SuOCiI e is that satisfaction is guaranteedj Our largest 0118111111816I Talk for us They are so well satisfied themselves that they tell others about the merits ofiLexington 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 t ho lurering and the hoHlinOg n LEXINGTONI BREWING COMPANY fae aisa s e eocaw r m- I W R CRAWFORD t CO Live Stock Commission MerchantsrFOR fIlE SALE OF Cattle Hogs SheeplCincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI 0 ALSO Central Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY I We have an Eastern outlet for all desirable stock at highest prices CwuigMMat to solicited All correspondence cheerfully answered Cp I l tc 4F i Y I 1 E v Good Horse SenseII will tell you that old eggs and glue are not things you want to eat yet some coffee roasters glaze their coffee with such things Not so with Lion CoffeeIts just pure unadulterated undisguised coffee never covered up with any glazing of any kind Uniform quality and freshness are Insured by the seated ItI PKkapII t LEE CITY AND BELKNAP 0McCuo it Allon havo recently added more room to their storehouse j Leandor Dunn is inspecting the boundary of timber ho sold to Mr Hutchinson John T Graham has bought out Clay Rose and moved goods to the Rich Terrillstorehouse Jainoa Dunn is giving general satisfaction as a firstclass teachor in the Andy Wilson district No iIS R 15 Dunn paid Miss Matilda Shockoy a pleasant visit Sunday evening they are a very lovely 4 coupleR Dunn brought two boys to fs Lee City charged with heating a woman and breaking her arm boys of Elitt Watson There aro now three secret organizations in Leo City all having headquarters at Masonic Hall viz J Masons Odd Fellows and Junior 0 U A M A Sundayschool has been organized at the Andy Wilson school house and tho following oflicers and teachers elected James II Dunn secretary Uncle Jake Ris ner superintendent Kiser Will 1eon teacher of Bible class Miss Maggie Walter teacher of Class No2 Teuny Haddix teacher of infant class After Sundayschool Miss Maggie Walter was accom panied home by her nearest boy KinleyArnett If you want to be pleasant nice andI sweet Read TilE HAZEL GREEN HEUALD from street to street l Aug 29 CLAYBAXK t STATE OF OHIO CITY OK TOLEDO l 53Lrcasj Frank J Cheney makes oath that i ho is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney fcCo doing business in tho Cityof Toledo county and Stato aforesaid and that said firm will pay the jum of oNE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and overt case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before mo and subscribed J in my presence this Uth day of December A D1S GS 5 jGLEASOXjS J Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally and acts directly on tho bloodand mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonialsfree F J CHENEY Co- Toledo O Sold by druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best Accused of Swindling a Farmer A R Gomm of Cincinnati is under arrest at Owensboro charged withswindling a farmer by selling him a bogus county right to the use of a patent fence machine The warrant wassworn out by John Adelman tho alleged victimi i Gomm claimed to represent the Chicago Combination Fence Tool Company and gave as reference prominent Chicago bankers who deny any knowledge of his exist ence Lookout for him or some one with a similar fake fence Cures Eczema Itching Humors Especially for old chronic cases take Botanic Blood Balm It gives a healthy blood supply to the af fected parts heals all the sores eruptions scabs scales stops the awful itching and burning of eczema swellings suppurating watery SamplefreeCo Atlanta Ga Describe and free medical advice in sealed letter George Barns at Richmond Rev George 0 Barnes tho evangelist is holding a of meetings at Richmond interest is manifested to date there have been no to Doweism which faith rBaln1 evangelist been embraced by this Favors a Texan distressing pains in back and stomach atid being appetite I hogan to use New Life Pills writes Whitehead of Keuuedale and soon felt like a nw Infallible in stomach ofnd troubles Only 25 cents atJ s Hazel Green or S S Cdmba Sons Campion druggists 1 Z r I OUR FLAMING PEAKS I Active Volcanoes Located in Uncle I ISams Domain tea for Wamrrona Than Tboip of Italy and Some the tnrur t In the- VorldlatereatlnW Fact i About Several Including islands outside of the constitutiun the United States is the worlds leading volcuno owner both in the number mid the exceptional quality of its hot holdings says the New York World Our flaming peaks are not his toricnlly so famed as Etna or Vesu tins but they are many times as nu I merous as Italys Our Hawaiian I craterIFrom the cone base of tho Ilnrgeat in 1852 Jiurst a fountain of blazing lava lCOt feet wide and from JUO to 700 feet high the most awe j sonic spectacle recalled by living man In Halakali we have the largest extinct j crater Much of the soil of the Philippines is volcanic Luzon the largest island has in the north the smoking moun tains of Monte Cagua and the Baby onea group and in tho south the threeburning mountains Of the lat ter Taal has Its crater in a low cone rising from a volcanic lake as big a- New s Yorks lower bay Albay killed 12 000 people in 1SH and Ilalusan iin 1SW broke out in sympathy with Mauna Loa There are three active volcanoes in Mindanao one in Xe gros and the name of Fucgo Fire tells its own story Porto llicos only volcanic sympto is the earthquake habit This iis shared by the Danish islands for which we are dickering The oppo nents of the Nicaragua canal number 14 volcanoes near its route upon which we have an option Our tallest volcano surpassing all save a few remote chimneys in South America is St Elias in Alaska Steam lug away westward from his majestic summit lies a succession of high volcanoes the last a trilling affair of SOOO feet on the island of Unhnak well out in Behring sea Uncle Sams home farm sustains its place among tho outlying fi hlsI The Yellowstone geysers are a semiToloanic phenomenon seen no where else except in Iceland and Now Zealand northern California and a large part of tho Rocky mountain states record in their physi cal lectures some of the vastest up henvals in geological history Shasta Hoodand numberless lesser enuesare volcanic On Mount Scott the climber can wade in recent volcanic ash while the tlat lands to the eastward are old lava buds of vast extent Active eruption might take place at a number of points in this region In Nebraska whose soil is pitted with driedup volcanic lakes and low extinct craters the people of Ponca have recently been apprehensive of trouble from the smoking mountain loan which was in eruption in 1871 As a rulchoweveroar volcanoes are fortunately so placid as to do com paratively little harm if they ex plode WILLIAM TELL UP TO DATE A Dim Knocked from a Mans Head by mM Expert 5wooIam Without Touching a alr How would you like to take a chance at having a cavalryman cut a tencent piece oft the top of your head with a sword Handle V Phasey tho English bandmaster was willing and has a letter from a cavalryman stationed t at Winnipeg Man to show for it states the New York World Scrgt Page was admitted to be the most expert swordsman in the cavalry barracks and had often boasted that in the onetwo sword exercise he could cut a coin off the top of a mans hoad without brushing a hair But until Mr Phasey came along heIhad not found a man who was willing to do the William Tell act to help him make good his assertion When Mr Phasey came to the bar racks and was told of the sergeants boast he immediately sent for the man and promised to provide the head and the coin for the experiment The en tire company gathered to see the thing done and preparations were made to take care of the bandmaster in case Page should clip oft a slice of his head Scrgt rage bared his arm placed Mr Phasey in an erect position with a ten cent piece on the very top of his head stepped buck about five feet and began the onetwo exercise He slashed backward and forward In long sweeps with his heavy weapon says Mr Pliancy each stroke coming closer until tho wind from the blade raised my hair each time Finally he stepped a hit closer and with a slanting downward stroke struck the coin clearly and sent it spinning across the barracksThe said afterward that he wouldnt repeat it for 500 But I have a testimonial telling that I am the most foolhardy idiot that ever viiitcd the cavalry barracks For Sale imeap Gocd farming lands near Glen cairuIvj Will sell in tracts to suit purchasers Call on or ad dress H F Bradley at Glencatrn Ky or tho Eastern Kentucky Timber and Lumber Co Winchester Kentucky 5tf j Pardoned By Gov Beckham MG Coke former President of tho Frst National l Honk of Padu cah returned to that city Inet Wednesday alter several years absence it is said in Mexico Ho was wanted for forgery but Gov Beck ham pardoned him some tinw ago and he returned to his family Ho in under indictment in tho Fed oral Court at Covington and will surrender to the federal authorities and execlite a bond of 100 J He was said to be l15000 short Tako Care of tho Stomach Tho titan or woman whoso diges tion is perfect and whose stomach performs its every function is nov or sick Kodol cleanses purifies and sweetens tho stomach and cures positivoly and permanently nil stomach troubles indigestion and dyspepsia It IH tho wonderfulI ro constructivo onie that iis making so many sick people well and weakj people strong by conveying to their bodies all of the nourishment in tho food they at nUJ IL Hol laday of Holladay Miss writes Kodol has cured mo I consider it tho host Tomedy I over used for dyspepsia and stomach troubles I was given up by physicians Kodol saved my life Take it after meals Her Trial Postponed Tho examining trial of Miss Sa rah King charged with robbing J jGano Johnson at Mt Sterling was last 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total vote cast for Governor in tho States of New York Pennsylvania and Michigan on the 4th day of Xovcmber 1002 jj- I ij Every person interested in the science of Government should be interested in the t election in these states An election in New York is always of national import and in point of lpolitical signilicance Pennsylvania is second in importance only to the great Key l Stone State while Michigan is rapidly becoming an important political factor in the sister hood of states Much valuable information can be gained hya studyof the political conditions involved in the elections to be held in these three states l F CONDITIONS OF THIS GREAT CONTEST= p Everv subscriber who remits 100 the regular subscription 1price for a years sub t Srriptiuu tu THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD willreceive a certificate that will secure for him any prize which his estimate entitles him to claim f jUFIn addition to the certificate to each subscriber who remits 3100 agents will be allowed tae 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 stI sTrite your name address and estimate in the subscription Maul below and wail to THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD esThe routes will close at midnight NOV 3 1902 and no estimate received after that hour will be allowed The official certificates of the Secretaries of tthe three States show ing the iota vote for Governor will determine who are entitled to the prizes and the awards will he made by a disinterested committee of prominent Jones just as soon as the official figures elm be obtained Here Is the LList PrizesTHESE FIVE SPECIAL PRIZES WILL ALSO BE PAID For the nearest correct estimate received before To the nearest correct estimator 1000000- To August 1 1902 8100000ithe 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 IP 100000 To the fourth nearest correct estimator 50000 For the nearest correct estimate received on or To the fifth nearest correct estimator ooooarfler August 15 and before Septemler L lOCOOO To tha sixth nearest correct estimator 10000 For the nearest correct estimate Ieceledon or To the next 12 nearest correct estimators 1500after Sept 1 and before Sept lf 100000 each 18000 For the nearest correct estimate received on or To the next 27 nearest correct estimators tilOCJOafter Sept 15 and before Oct 1 100000 l each 27000 To the next 950 nearest correct estimators 500 Total 1000 prize amounting to 2500000 each 475000 B0In 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 a To aid in forming your estimates we furnish the follow The total aggregate vote for Governor in these three ing data states in 1894 and 1898 the years in which all three states z 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 1S94 In 1894 the aggregate vote for Governor IB these three New York line elected n Governor every two years stales wai 2645616Total vote for Governor in New York in 1894 was 1165085 Im 1B98 the total aggregate vote for Governor In these r- ii It It ii 1895 It 1275671 three states wu 2 762 09 1 u o c It id18x8u n hat will tht total aggregate vote for Governor in these a vote for Covernor in Penn in 1900 1886 was J ddb9I9 212 iIJv Figure it out or IIt 1890 928196 guess at it and send in your estimate IT MAY MEAN It It It J894It 953017 10000 IHCASH TO YOU I 1l It S 171737 secretaries of the states ofeTotalvote for Governor in Michigan in was 197809aIt it IIII1S92 968637New York Pennsylvania and Michigan showing the com ii II 1394 416928 boned total vote for Governor in these three states will de It willIIIt ItJ9001898II r13O14be1 made by a committee of prominent judges within 20 wdays after the official vote is known CERTIFICATE OF BANK PRESIDENT I hereby certify that tho Press Publishing Association has deposited 25000 in the Central Say ings Bank Detroit Mich for the express purpose of paying tho prizes to those making the nearest cor sect estimates of the Total Aggregate Vote cast for tho Oflice of Governor in tho States of Now York Pennsylvania and Michigan on the 4th day of November 1002 and that this fund can be used for no other purpose c f rOOOOOOO SUBSCRIPTION BLANKS OOOOO1 JJv1 President I Inclosed find to apply on Subscription Account I Central Savings Bank Name 10 0 10 00 000 I 00 0 000 00 0 00 0 0 00 00 000 0 00f00 110 k100 ou1 County Postoflice v State 1 IIBlank 1ESTIMATES I 1 Estimates of Vole for Governor in the three States sue IIy Pos County toffice State Estimates of Vote for Governor in Three States are I iiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiziiIiiiii 1111I i I z I 1 jc 0 0 000000 0 00 0 0 U 0 0 00 oco0 0 0 0 000 000 00 0 00 00 0 000 0000 t It rr Rem thatthe Capital Prize is 10000 and that there are Five Special Prizes of EstimateseSEND ALL ORDERS TO THE HERALD HAZEL GREEN Kra t s