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The Hazel Green herald: n. Thursday, September 11, 1902. The Hazel Green herald. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Spencer Cooper, Hazel Green, KY 1902 haz1902091101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hazel Green herald: n. Thursday, September 11, 1902. The Hazel Green herald. Spencer Cooper, Hazel Green, KY 1902 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. 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GUARANTEED IN ALL OASE8II 1 03 NII nOPE ON TOIL 4floacI drearyThateraYouborrowIrc1ndreantIcmorrowThat I rOltY8rUpnyiForNever endeavorTo j glowThereOut for action and for daring And tOnefor I Oh my brother cease com Dialling wxongiagasingAnd retainAndunfurledThererightIgTherel1ghtingTherelightingTonetter usFromchorusVajte5haThrough siIingDown rlFrom1 A Emton In Denver News IIHIS POSTNlJpTIAj1LLiJJ A1ELI she said gayly as she one hand toward jatretche other she still held his card what a genuine surprise I thought you were honeymooning in the hills Congratulations Out why havent you brought your bride And why didnt you send me cards Out you always were a carel sboy lie held her band a minute search ing her face for some sign of chagrin nut a mocking smile WILl all that greeted him- There werent any cards he said somewhat hurriedly I was in town land I supposed youd see me now that all over with lieside you know it happened without Cards Preparation The fact is I hadnt intended hadnt but ite all over now How are you You look just the same IJotty Why iLs only a year since but sit down Wont you hove some tea7 Dol Cut how nice of you to call And only three days married Then you didnt go away u tie papers said IO we took a train for town in tending to go to the Berkshire nut day Hut she that la Mrs Brown you knowhod never been to the Wai dorf and she found it so absorbing that I havent been able to tsar hut awayJust fancy You take two lump dont you It seems so odd You see Ive never met anybody that knew her Shes lived oft there in the country hasnt she Is she pretty Shes a dear little girl Beauty quiteja little bit dull this morning and I said to myself Ill chance it Betty was always a good sort and now that everything is ended why Thanks5 Is she pretty Shes a blonde you know Yes I never liked blondes but she is quite fair Not dark at l1not a bit like youNoblondes usually arent dark are they I What did you say her ome was5 HarrietOh me But of course you have tome pet name You were al ways very clever at improvising No I just call her Harris she pre fers it And sheshe call me ChaTteL Ha ha ha bat Oh Chub1 Not really Yuebe a dignified sort of girl serious high church and all that A dear girl Wed known each other iinee we wero kids Why I knew her Beauty before I met you I Yes You never told me- I Well you see I never thought of her except u the little girl next door And thenwell you know Betty 1 never thought of anyone but you thenShe fingered his card nervously thinking tapping the bitof pasteboard against her rings Her tea was untasi ed He drank his feverishly I suppose she said I hope those letters of mlneheyhelthel areI burned thomthe night before before U happened- Oh It WILl queer I knew I was going to be married next day but I read some of them over and over and over again It was like opening a grave It began to hurt I bad toatop and dump them all in the fire Best place for them ChubI U was all a dream AhhhI We should have been dreadfully un happyUnhappy Yes you were jealous and flared you flirted ij upI hnl You fancied 0dont talk like that now BettyI Its not necessary You cared no more for me than I cared for no one else in the world Thats all But what the use of all this Chub I havent seen you for more than a earthen I readof your marriage then your card comes upthree days after And instead of telling me of the perfections of your bride you begin to quarrel with me just like old times Now tell me all about itl Is she nice But of course she is You were always so particular No other sort of girl would attract you You dontunderstmddsar- UerI mean Betty Harriet didnt attract me In that way You au whet Y i I you threw me when we quarreled 1 MifTtrcd terribly for a time I was willing to put my pride under my feet jnltII wrote nskingrou Ah yes but that iso different When youve insulted girl I Insulted Why Betty I InlultIIngWell lets drop it now Chub Tell me how it aU happened Did you fall in love right away with ber1 I never fell in love Cant you un derstand Beauty Her folks and mine lived betide each other in the country for years We grew up there played together When I began to mol around home after you that au tumnwhy It was natural she and I should meat agottClYe walked and drove and played tennis and rowed on the river after dlnnor or took out the canoe Hhhuh 1 Then I told her about you You did Id have gone mad if I hadnt told someone She was sorry She took my part she thought I suppose shed object to your calling Fudge Shoa not that kind of a girlIf she knew that you were here Ha ha Pout I Now dont try to be funny BettyFunny But for her youd have conic bock that time i What timerINOh you know But the was ond of those clever mousecolored girtI know them Come back How could I comeback You returned my letters Do you remember When I saw your handwriting across the big white envelope I wax afraid to open it think ing perhaps you had said Come I took it out In the boat one evening and opened it She was rowing Mjj own letter fell out I felt cut up IImy GodI cried She was like a stalerhllrriblyI I Told me it wasnt worth it going to kill myself She meheAh yesI adviiicd see me comfortedI I She begged me to write to you againtold me to be a maul Then I waited two weeks more and I told her I would write you once more and then end it If you didnt answer That letterthat let tell How could you have Whatr thillenvelopeInII the boat I said to her This ILl If she has not answered me III shall never think of her help me God She shall me suffer so againIII And youyouread I itNo she said to me Yea you will write to her You will go on forever at that girls feet You have no pride You love her You will open it and find your own ltterandandweepl I threw the letter across the boat Into her lap You are mistaken I said you open Itdo what you please with it Im through Ina minute she had torn It In two and thrown It over the side The envelope opened as It floated on the still water and then I wend she sawmy own writ ing my own letter That waa the end That night I asked her to be mywifeAhhh That WM 151 I am BO gladGlad glad I What do you mean Glad that you broke my heartr She leaned over and put her hand on his Her fingers were trembling and her face was white I mean Chub that on the last page of the letter you said Give me just one chance to see you again STOPS PAIN Athena Tenn Jan sr UM Ever since the first appearance of mr menses they were very irreguist sod i hSpabackbearing down pains in the bdomea Duringrtbe peal month I have been Uktog Vfir of Cardoi sad Thedforda Ipruedthemontb1J la years Kunoa DAVIS What Is life worth to a woman sulfur ing like Ninnlt Davis suffered Yet there are warned In thousands of homes lody who fare bearing thOse terrible menstrual pains In silence If you art we of these we want to say that this same W1HECARDUI will kin yew pernMentt reBut Cue sole yourself with the knowledge that 1800000 weaea hays bees completely cured by Wise ef CarduL These worn M suffered from leueerrheea Irregular Dies headache backache sad bearing down pates Wise ef1 Cartful will stopali Ithese acheisad pate tor you Purchase a 100 helM of Wise of1 Cardul today sad take K to the privacy of your home tRCIIaIDooIr c It n v r Mother U My mother was troubled with consumption for many years At last she was given up to die Thenii she tried Ayers Cherry Pectoral and was speedily cured I D P Jolly Avoca N Y No matter how hard your cough or how long AyersCherry best thing you can take Its too risky to wait until you have consump tion If you are coughing today get a bottle of Cherry Pectoral at once Tint stsMtZfc see U AHdmh Coiuvlt your doctor K be UTS take Itthen do u he mii It be tell you not to take It tbn dont take IL lie knowi lAsT tt with We see wili- lJ 8 ATER o LewlIl i Mass Write me just one word Come YesI know It by heart Well I wrote it right under your signature just that wordComel Dont you see I wanted you to come backIIA fell over them She still rlngaIIorlooked gropIngHe gulped something in his throat A pianoorgan began to play in tho street outsides merciful relief from the stillness You havent told me Chub she said Isisehe pretty Shes blond you know he said I never particularly eared for blondes Shes shes a dear girl though II Goodby Betty Goodby Chub Goodby GoodbyI door shut softly aa she stood listening There was a quick step over the pavement and the slam of a cab door The strains of magnifieent1yInto Intermezzo She looked into the mirror with eyes that shone triiimpbantlythrough tears Town Topics The Csadto scosad Conductor Lets see Did I get your ticketI Smart Passenger Yes sir you took it up at Montalvo and punched of it loutI beg your pardon sir but it isnt puncbloutAngeles Herald Thing Overlooked What the world needs just now la- n physical training course that will recognize the dish pan and tBe wood box Atchison Globe Beware of the Knife No profession has advancodmore rapidly of lato than surgery hut it should not bo used excopt whoro absolutely necessary In cases of piles for example it is seldom needed DoWitts Witch Hazel Salvo cures quickly and perma nontly Unequaled for cuts burns bruises wounds skin diseases Accept no counterfeits I was so troubledwith bleeding piles that I lost much blood and strength says J C Phillips Paris 111 De Wilts Witch Hazel Salvo cured mo in a shore time Soothes and heals MUST HAVE THE SWORD Am nieIe That Is Seeeiory to tu- 0p5toeees of a tayal suzreaa- itaval red tape Je as trlneent u that existing in the army and sometimes the enforcement of the regulation loads to ludicrous results Some years ago when the late Admiral Skr rett was a captain an officer who badt- Milin charged with an offense and ordered under arrest presented himself to be arrested Th regulations provide that on such occasion the officer shall be in full dress and wear a sword The officer wore b1a uniform but had no swordI arrest you said Capt Sheer rett looking for the missing sword unless you come prepared to submit your sword to me The officer explained that he had not received his sword from home although it had bun expressed tohim Well youll have to get one was the reply So the officer skirmished about in the navy yard for someone who had a sword to lend Finding one the of fender returned to Cnpt Skerrett and was promptlyand regularly put under arrest according to regulations Cures Eczema Itching Humors Especially for old chronic cases tako Botanic Blood Balm It gives a healthy blood supply to tho af fected parts heals all the sores eruptions scabs scales stops tho awful itching and burning of ecze ma swellings suppurating watery sores etc Druggists 1 Sample free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advico sent in sealed letter YutMhA girl te ceok wash and iron for family of two 100 a week Apply at this office Our Campton Subscribers Will each and everyone tako due notice that unless all past dues Bro settled and they arc paid to some future date in advance their names will be dropped from our list and their account placed for collection To revise the entire list in ono week would involve moro than we can accomplish By taking one large office each week however wo can soon straighten out the list and Campton coming first wo this week apply ourselves to it Now bo it understood that wo do not wish to hurt anybodys feelings nor do wo doubt thoir intention to pay But wo aro abso lutoly dependent upon their subscription for support and must c feet in advance to bo able to Ibop paper ink otc pay freights and live In a word it is our only source of revenue with which to pay living and office expenses To each subscriber the sum is small but in the aggregate they moan much to us This item marked directs attention to the fact that we will be pleased to have you pay all past dues if you owe any and also pay a year in advance But jCWMf you dont as much as we regret it wo will be compelled to take your namo oft our list Take advantage of Our Grand Offer and renew A Boys Will Ride For Life With family aroundexpecting him to dio and a son riding for life 18 miles to got Dr Kings ConsumptionCoughs of Loosvillo Ind endured deaths agonies from asthma but this wonderful medicine gavo instant reliefand soon cured him He writes I now sloop soundly every night Like marvelous cures of Consumption Pneumonia Bronchitis Coughs Colds and Grip prove its matchless merit for all Throat and Lung troubles Guar tend bottles 50c and 1 Trial bot ties free at J Taylor Day Hazel Green and S S Combs Sons Campton drugstores Bitten By An Adder Snake Miss Joanna Gordon of Peters burg Ky went into the wareroom of her brothers store whore she is employed as clerk to get a piece of rope Picking up what she thought was a rope in the dark room she started out A moment lator there was a wriggle then a hissing sound and the fangs of an adder snake were planted into her hip The wound was cauterized but Miss Joanna wont into hyster ics and was in a serious condition at last accounts When bitten Miss Gordon attracted hoe brothers attention by screaming and ho killed the snake with difficulty as it had wound it self around th3 young ladys body It measured three feet nine inches A Sad Disappointment j Ineffective liver medicino is a disappointment but you dontwaut to purge strain and break the glands of the stomach and bowels DeWitts Little Early Risers never disappoint They cleanse the system of all poison and putrid matter and do it so gently that one enjoys the pleasant effects They are a tonic to the liver Cure biliousness torpid liver anti prevent fovor Heal Split Opet Rev W S Houchins pastor of tho Cave Run Christian Church in Mercer County while splitting kindling wood had his head almost WistretchedWie1 was carried into tho house in an unconscious condition but was e n routo to recovery at last accoun J Lingering Sumner Colds Dont lot a cold run at this se i sou Summer colds are tho hat 1 est kind to cure and if neglect d may linger along for months A long siege like this will pull don n tho strongest constitution One Minute Cough Cure will breakup the attack at once Safe sure acts at once Cures coughscolds crou bronchitis all throat and lung troubles The children like itIj For 28c in stamps you can get a free trial of Wilsons Tobacco GUI e Has cured thousands CORP WILSON 730y Calvert Texas z 11 T j SUBSCRIPTION RATES I11 One year in advance 100 4 Six months 5 55 lflfThree months II + Single The date copy after your name dlcai 30I ft time you are paid to You Irenew 10 lays before time is out aud18tateI t I COUNTY + DIRECTORY + HAZEL GREEN POLICE COURT- H F PlEBATT Judge J M NICKEL Marshall W N NICKELL Deputy Marshall BOARD OF TUSTEES W O MIZE Chairman 1 W H CORD Joint D DAVIS JOHN M Rose JOHN H ROSE 0 ICmCUlT COURT Third Monday in January Fourth Monday in April and Third Monday in September JudgeAwealtliaAttprneyJ C G HANKS Trustee Jury Fund 0COUNTY COURTSFirst Monday in each month JudgeWFRANK STAMPER Sheriff AttorneyJS N Hoiius Assessor SurveyorFRANK J W TAULBEE bounty Supt 0MAGISTRATES COURTS TIME OF HOLDING AND OFFICIALS FIRST DlsmmcrrEmIAS SHOCKEV Magistrate No time set for holding I courtSECOND 3 3II RosEInstable Court days First Thursday in February May August and November Magistrate FebruaryMayFOURTH DISTRICT R R LEGO Magistrate WM SPENCER Constable Court days First Friday in March June September antI December FIFTH u SIXTnJ N CHAMBERS Magistrate in both districts DAVID BANKS Constable Court days Third Friday in February May August and November SEVENTH DISTRICT B F nOUN Magistrate POUTER CLARK Constable Court days First Saturday in March June September and December EIGHTH DISTRICT GEOROE OLIVER Magistrate No constable antI no set time for holding court A GOOD POSITION Awaits every worthy graduate of tho Elliott Commercial Schools OF WEST VIRGINIA WHEELING FAIRMOUNT J CHARLESTON CLARKSBURG jIfyou cannot outer one of l our schools write for full information concerning our Short Hand course by mail W B ELLIOTT PresII Wheeling W V- aAQODFARM FOa BALI 33- II flIZ ACRES OF LAUD lying I I L JJon tho waters of Falling Water in Wolfe county Ky 70 ACREScleared ready for plow A good log house of two rooms good log barn and plenty of water for family use and stock Plenty of timber for all fencing Eight miles from Hazel Green 3 miles from i f lCampton and 3 miles from May town Possession March 1 1003 m 7 n IN CASH will buy it Pt 5 U but it is worth 1000 For further information call or address THE HERALD 5tf Hazel Green Kyii RSEWHEELER PRACTICAL BIAOKSMFHS t AND pCONMAKERS c HAZEL GREEN KY j L + InYito th attention of th farmers of this v cinitjr to their iinj oroved facilities for blacksmithing and wagonmaking as j well M repair work of all kinds 44- A full force of first class mechanics insures promptness in the execution of all work entrusted to them and satisfac tion la guaranteed in all casesuBuggy bnilding and wagon taakigare our specialties Your patroaafte i spectrally solicited and will be da preciateu Beepectf ully Ac ROSE EELL nET vOUROTAD y Bub l = SJ THE HEMLD I j SPENCER COOPER Editort o i = n = nc HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY gSopt 11 19021j +IEmOClRI AT1G +THtKEr + i FOR COXGRESSI HON F A HOPKINS Ij I OF IKKSTONSKUKG i I nnOUn EmEnr For Circuit Court Clerk HOLLON We nro authorized to I t announce L K JlOfIOX as a candidate for the office of Circuit Court Clerk I Wolfe County subject to the action of flu Democratic iparty Fur IttUlatlvf Iteircsi utntiv PIERATT I 11 Wo are authorized to announce H K PIKUATT as a candida i llfor the office of Keprt sentative in the Lei isliturc from the lIst District subject to t hel action of the Democratic lartyI iI EDITORIAL + ERUPTIONS a J j I I I A WOMAN in Ohio recently illusI trated the old saw A woman willI j preacliiuKTIi I 0000 I t A TESTERS exchange says thatl if there is any crop that is hen 4fitted by thunder and lightning that crop will surely bo something enormous j 0000 dejclared overte j ment by injunction trusts and I trustfostering tariffs j 0000i JUMPING from the n rookly- S 1 n S bridge ft considered only a form off experience in New York now An other fool has made the leap and1I lilivesto toll of his fool hardiness 0000ITilE Chicago Record Iierald no tices by way of local comment thatl while tho varnish is soon wornI from tho railings in front of bar f repairfs 0000 THE Democratic Campaign Boo i is out and it is full of valuable I matter on the political issues of1 the day It is important that every j good citizen get a copy of it j anIj read it throughu0000 8PAFEiis are still commenting i I Ithewarm reception given the Bo onI I commanders in England Why shouldnt they ho treated in this tltioRI English warm reception in South Africa 0000 ROOSEVELTS utterances again j o I revIany Democrat Roosevelt has missed his calling he is Democratic I and will eventually bo iin our ranks 0000 Ax ITEM is going the rounds that j i North Lansing N Y has a post mastorOU years old who has heldc the office continuously since 1828Ei Thero are probably some there who think he has held on long enough and should now givo others a show j 0000 IT is said that Pope Leo will ap point another cardinal for the Unii tod States in order to reestablish I tho equilibrium in the Sacred Col1 lege Great Britain with 0000 j 000 Catholics has two cardinals while America with 13000000 has I only one Archbishop Ireland will I undoubtedly got the rod hat 0000IIN ins speech before the Ohio b DemocraticConvontionTom John son said The principles of Demo racy always old but never obsolete confront us today in local1 and national questions One of those national questions relates to trusts For this evil what our adversaries advise is publicity as roteIhowLct11I could it protect the public again monopoly which is the basis ot trusts 1Vhatletteeded is notox a thOitrustsIi t Xy TIlE Republican press is making much of tho kindly way in which Roosevelt is received on his lecture tour The American people arc too loyal to principle to receive him in any other way but this does lyjt signify that one half tho people who cheer him as their President would voto for him if ho was nominated in 1001 Did tho Republicans expect him to bo re ceived with bullets sneers tutu hisses 11 0000 RKpfnucAX speakers have been saying u grant deal of late about j the trusts but the onlyI remedy they have offered is publicity What relief would tho people bo XoIrelief whatever Trusts would1 1 continue to live high prices trout 1 still prevail and the capitalist11I expenseIIF PATUIOTISM could bo judged noIAmerican people Somebody who had lots of time at his disposal1 has found that the Fourth of Jul 21II destroyed OoootoPitKsiDKNT ROOSEVELT has sai 1 in his speeches that the people have a right to expect a fair deal- I 1 at the hands of the Government IYos JIpeople also like to have some of their expectations realized 0000 Tot JOHXSOX of Cleveland 0 stands firmly with Mr Bryan eOur Grand Offer Until further notice we will give every new subscriber and every old one who renews choice of the following papers They are abso lutely free and given as an induct went to take THE HEKALD Here they are IThe Toledo Blade Republican The Sunny South Stories fcc Home and Farm Farm c- lOur Republican friends should surely avail of this grand chance tto secure their political bible free the ladies will find Sunny South a lliterary gem and farmers and1 their wives will bo pleased with1 Home and Farm Subscribe today MeetingIj I Committees of I the Olst Legislative District mat West Liberty Ky on Monday r j calk1 of John S Carter Chairman Tho f following committeemen were presIj eat in person and by proxy J S PiejjMagiEasterlingIWayne Bryant J R Hobbs G W Salley II C Oliver and Dr John CarrollThe of the meeting being explained by the Chairman for placoiatand manner holding a conven lion to nominate a Democratic candidate to bo voted for at the November election 1903 for Rep resentative the following rosolu tioris were adopted First That a precinct meeting be held in each of the several vot ing precincts in said district oni Thursday Oct 9th 1902at 1 oclock p m for tho purpose of selecting delegates to attend the general convention to bo held at Caney Saturday Oct 11 1002at 1 oclock p m LSecondvotes each candidate receives shall be certified to by the Chairman and Secretary of each precinct to the general convention and th groatesInumber of votes in said district shall bo declared tho nominee of said convention There shall boat least one delegate appointed for each candidate out of the number of votes ho receives at each pro cinct Third TIlE HAZEL GREEN HER ALD and all other Democratic pa pore in said district aro requested to publish these resolutions On motion tho committee ad jouruecl S CARTER Chmn 11JOliX Secy cnttitotbuy standard pianos storgans buggies sewing machines wka watches and jewelry as cheap any where else as you canIme Como and see samples and will bo convinced You do Iiof have to risk your money with order houses tf J T GEVEDON SS I IAIlllUAL MEETING West Liberty District Write Oat Morgan County Sept 19ta21st 1902 Friday 2 p m Devotional ser vices Enrollment of Delegates Roll Call of Churches Appoint wont of Committees Business Suggestions Missionary Sermon W L Buchanan 9 a m 1 11Sl1turday Enrollment Bilogntes Report District Evan gelist Business Suggestions Au uual Sermon by Chairman Saturday 2 p m Devotionalt Services Sermon Business Meet ing Letters from Churches Re ports of Committees Sunday t130 a m Devotiau- d Services Final Reports of Committees LII Sermon Com 01 u n Service Sunday 2 pm Devotional Services Sermon Adjournment WM II CORD Chairman Every Movement Hurts When you have rheumatism Muscles stiff and sore and joints are painful lined Saraauarilla goes right to the spot in this d bloatyand IJoe Long Arrested from West Liberty r Sept 4 says that Joe Long the alleged l moonshiner was captured llon Grassy Creole Morgan County by R M Hamilton and posse of West Liberty Ho had his exam Suing trial on Thursday last before udge Cisco United States Com and was hold in a bond of 2000 Electric Belt on Trial To introduce it and obtain agents the undersigned firm will send a few of their Electric Bolts on tri ou the following terms 100 t bo paid in ten days if the Be proves beneficial and the balance 200 to be paid in sixty days the Belt effects a cure These Belts are a positive cure for Rheumatism Neuralgia Kidney trouble Stomach and Liver trouble Aeth ma otc Address at once GUUMAN ELECTKIC AGENCY tf I O Box 1S74NewYorkNY TilE UEIEALD is not 2c a week Your Tongue If its coated your stomach is bad your liver is out of order Ayers Pills will clean your tongue cure your dys pepsia make your liver right Easy to take easy to operate I6c I wuctsts et11aAtyour AwuuheorWrdaLoaun- lotY or rich block Tbcuiu BUCKINGHAMS DYE hmrs r Y oR r e4 A f II LexingtonX i andd Eastern Railway Time Table In Effect May 18 1902 EAST BOUND 02 01 STATIONS UailyIj PMLve AilLveLexington 2 25 pm 7 15 am Winchester 3 10 1 nn 8 25 am 3 22 prn 8 37 am 3 CO Jml 9 13 am LEJuncnl 4 00 pm 9 23 am 435 pm 9 54 am 4 49 pm 10 08 Beattyve Jc 5 11 pm 10 29 amII Jackson 6 15 pm 11 30 WEST BOUND No1 No3 STATIONS DullySunday Jackson 6 piBeattyveTpTorrentpmNatpmStantonpmCloy5f18pmWinchester pmexingtonI UltnagerCRAST It MORGAN 8 P A BRANCHU iitEAST BOUND MixttD STATIONS PASSEOB TRAI TRAIN AM AIm P A KB 9 15 Jackson 2 35 8 23 Uilhurst 2 03 8 15 Hampton 1 57 735 Lee City 1337 26 Ilelechawa1 27 10Ae WEST BOUND MIZEDTI PMLBI10It 52 tVilhurst4 17 11 53 Hampton 4 30 12 22 Lee City C 10 12 23 Helecliawa 5 IS 45PJLAaIe West bound passenger train connects at leavesLexingtonEast boupd passenger train- S connects at 0 Krrivea att Winchester 520 and Lexington at 005 p m M L OONLEY Superintendent 1Jsi oCK i + s o H F PIERATT H C QUICKSALL H F PIERATTi1CO DEALERS IN oooeoeootaoootooooo0oooooeoaooao 0 oooaoooopyoo 4t rGeneral MerchandiseIE IIOOOOOOucOOuOO epoopeaooaoooowoooooooea- al uuocn ooooooooou 110 oooJ Live Stock and fCountry Produce IF YOU WANT CHEAT GOODS COME WITH THE CASH as is the only safeI and reliable way to do business PLEASE DO NOT ASK FOR CREDIT LIIYrespectfully PIERATT CO I e ala RE parties now indebted to mo f call and sottlo or thoro will IIAll HOT TIME IN THE OLD TODAY as am detor mined to wind tip all my outstaml ing business Thanking you for past patronage and moro especi ally if you will pay me for my goods you have consumed IIremain respectfully ri p H F PIERATT I CECIL BROS r t taple Fnncy Bracers Have in Stock and Sell Low for CASHI the following goodsIAPPLLE BUTTER loc quart jar JELLIES all kinds a glasses 25eIal111C1 LEAf LAUD Urc per pound poundo llcItSWEET POTATOES canned 15c 2 for 25c- if j KRAUT It pound can 10c CORN lUc per eau I PEAS 2 cans 2cIftgrHARNESS BRIDLES GRANITE W AltEc Everything first class and fresh and YOU SAVE MONEY on everything you buy of us = J2Ii = I a 1i f 1 l 4 i I i I 1cJI 1 f i j I I i table E2TWrite for catalog I t j = i IBEDTaJC Q nilcPi i r 0 that I In perfectly harmless veg etable compound It poi tively aud permanently eliminates corpulency and Hupetflous flesh It is a CURE ABSOLUTE and as harmless an frlbhair Thousands of patients have used this treatment Phy sicians endorse it Write to us for sample TMENTSendge etc Correspondence strictly confidential Everything in plain sealed packove You can make Redacto at home H you desire you have no fear of evil effects Address GINSENG 3701 S3 MOoST LOUIS R E D U G T tID1Jji1f i inc1tent crliadtt WINCHESTKR KY N H WITIIERSPOON President R D HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 10000000 Surplus 2000000 Handsome deposit of 10421048 Tail Bank solicits toe accounts of met chants farmers trader and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and offers its customers every facility and the moat liberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking oct8ly ROBERT P HASH Tho originator of LOW PRICES is wholesale dealer iii FLOUR SALT and solicits tho patronage of the merchants of the mountains He also carries a complete line of GenUIaI IMWiffifi 1igGountrg Pratef Embracing everything usually found in a firstclass country store and the pur heveryHe invites the people of Wolfe and to call and see his goods and learn his prices and suggests that it might pay come prepared to take home tobuyl AVill moot any legitimate competition Call on cr write me before buy gccROBT P KASH rCCaD80y y I tr fi ft I Q NB l Cc j j W T CASKEY I HAZEL OKEKV KY I Dealer in General Merchandise i II and Country Produce I HandNOW OX hHAND A LARGE I well selected tock ofI Dry Goods Notions GENTS FURNISHING GOODS I LADIES AND GENTS TIES KEADYMADE CLOTHING HATS AND CAPS BOOTS AND SHOES PATENT MEDICINES DRUGS OILS fie c inIIi IFOR A SitutltlM J B KeepllgBlISlless PHONOGRAPHY I TmWritlMs J THrmII Altai WILBUR R SMITH KYFormvondbtoCOUUERCUL EspedtloeBefrratcwt of Full nostnMO Course InctudiDTuJtim Bolt and Hoard In f mllr about ye 8pecial1iATbes warded rrmdamtt Liter rr Cuarx free U dMtred ROTMatlpa Eaternow Graduate sacccaiTal onlyWILBUR HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY x190219034The DAY September 2nd- Evorydepartment will be kept up to the best- Competent teachers in charge of allclasses The new building groat advan tage Every child within a radius of three or four miles of Hazel Green dayLotsopt2ndHazel Green Academ- yWANTEDSay 5000 acres COKING COAL LANDS conven transportationto descriptionitsbus Ohio 516 ttj ft n7 J TAYLOR LtAyCARRIES IX STOCK A FULI Ladies Dress Goods Gents Furnishings Ladies and Gents Shoes Standard Groceries Lamps and Queensware Cutlery and Hardware Boots Shoes Hats Caps I usuallyfound TNE DAY MILLINERY CARRIES A COMPLETE LINE OF MILLINERY and NOTIONS LADIES FURNISHINGS DRESS GOODS- TRIMMINGS c I RIBBONS HOSE cI IfAndsells everything so low that the poorest may buy I CLOTHING IIhave a nice lot of clothing which I intendI to close out and if you want a bargain in this I line do not fail to call at o- nceQE1cEi IAlso I will sell you shoes at 100 that I have always sold at 125 and the same proportion clear through Remember this is for CASH ONLY w ROSEIJ THE PEOPLES FRIEND 7 JJ OrI I Lj t Jp il Tfl1 Ir I 11 J 1 a ENVELOPESV NOTEHEADS t BILLHEADS r LETTERHEADS j i SALEBILLSPROGRAMS CIRCULARS k CATALOGS MINUTES c c Pressessc tExperience enables us to Court Com parison and Defy Competition When p you want PRINTING come and see us Respectfully c 1 SPENCER COOPER Q THE LEADING DAILY OF THE BLUE GRASS REGION IS THE MORNING HERALD Of Lexington Kentucky It has tho full Associated coverStugfromalltheoltSociety Page gross Interest special articles on every question of general interest Its Editorial Page is recognized as the best la the State It now offers a MAP OF KENTUCKY the latest and best published toII every snbecriocr who pays six months in advance STAGgFACTef7on8 a dolUr Now is tho time to Subscribe 300 forslx Months r THE LEXINGTON PUBLISHING CO Postolflco Box 356 taxfagtsa Ky W Co P BHccxisBicac President Dana BarcuaniDoi Manager 1 1 JfHE HERALD 1 CatarrhIs a con ilia nal ill viu r r orrIt often cHtfPs IjonilaoiH rvl tlzinrrImpairs tae tisto MIIII 11 IULI 5f ficlsthe vical orpin aisiarli t tln str al yyeQrcd F r ofrHocds SarscparillaTi- is r lucditiiK Iha i wrotiKkt the most c acams of 11 diHvse dciwidlrs caS n I t cn Juloiw hbl- tllhroa 1llt era hO tt=tjfL X mark shows that your time lt ap and unless you renew at once you c Biy lot pet the paper next woekIJames Nesley Montgomery of 1 111elliogton was in town yestorday Dr Nickel reports tho birth GI a fino Democrat to tho wife of B Robini oniCharley Rose left this morning with a drove of cattle and sheep for the Mt Sterling market Courtney McGuire of Clay City is visiting his uncle John M Rose and will be hero several days C P Bargor with Bigg Watts Co Huntington W Vaf was a guest of the Day House yesterday II E Quicksall of Lee City spent Sunday in Hazel Green and was the guest of H F Pioratt on Sunday night posit PI mCdildlle Lanford Craft and wifo spent i I Sunday at Caney and report quite a crowd in attendance at the Bap tist AssociationII F Pieratt it Co while Henry isI whooping up the boys in his ratio for Representative j A A Pumpilly of near Ger j man town Ky who leas been at Swango Spring for some time left for home this morningITar uHlUIou lakeLrons LaaliSrup nil 11 vutedyfot hdleaaudchSWrenaaiuaprawntlutnkeandprd r tatilharnlcasuudcralicccuuutuucts lrlcco fold by1 C tamper tiracsy Creek Mr and Mrs II F Pieratt and family spent Sunday with Mrs Pieratts father S S Combs ofI j Camptou and his wife S H Sprout representing J M Robinson Norton d Cu of Louisville was a guest of tho Day nighti I J L Wilson of Winchester i hero to do tho plumbing work on the academy and has begun tho erection of the windmill f Curtis Rose of McCausoyJeft here Wednesday morning for West i Liberty and Cannel City ou busi rneBS for an insurance company I THE HERALD and TwiceaWcok Courier Journal is only 125 for IEnquirerIi f the time to subscribe tfT Willie Swango of Millersburg CinIcinnllotiI load of hogs and ho reports that the market is a littlo oil The painting on the now college will bo finished in about a week A groat many people have seen the work and all say the varnishing is a thing of beauty and a joy forever g The editor and compositor both ft being sick Monday night and Tues j flay made it quito difficult to get I thepapor out this week and we jjT hope our shortcomings will there fore be overlooked NcalleftMondayforLetinton g lea in the art department of Iron tacky University and his legion of friends hero hopo ho may graduate with tho highest honors Change of tho L E time table has reached us but owing to lost time on account of sickness of the F bFe until next weok Close conf bothtwWays i Fred J Hointzs change of adv tirrived too late for attention this j i Leek that page of the paper hav sing been printed D V it will1 theveI duo attention next week and j Jn the meantimo you will find his g place the best to buy watches i 1ry ctcin Lexington 1 jewI y A Will They Do To Tie To He had em scalped before they started Fully a month before wo know that Henry Pioratt was a candidato for the Legislature ono of the wouldbo Representatives t told ns that ho was going to an nounce in Tin HKUAIJ within a wok or so and wanted us to say something nice about him Wo raked through our storehouse of I memory for something befitting and sharpened our pencil at both 1 ends hut alas he never came A month before Mr Pioratt did an nonnco another novortobe Repro IIsontativo said to us that ho would I announce on n curtain date and ho never showed up Both of them volunteered tho information that raisedour anticipation and both propositiona winded constituency Are either of them fit to represent us If unreliable in small matters might they not be t I onesI j t CASTORIAForI ChildrenIm i Ptt I Signature of ta MateII left horo Friday for Pikeuille Ky1 whore they have engaged for soriii vitro with Mr and Mrs Jim free Power tlyj former as hostler and general utility man and the lattersas laundress cook ute Noah has i boon in Hazel1 Green for 10 years and in all that timo ho was faith ful to the interests of J Taylor Day in whoso employe ho was and I the night was never so darknor day so cold but he was true to his charge And his wifo served our I own better seveneighths for three years with mutual satisfaction If their new employers are not too hard to please they will surely bo delighted with time two of them both j Lyons Laxative Syrup Natures Cure for Constipation Dots NOT GRIPE If you lo not like itI better than any laxative vcu have ever j used your druggist wilt refund till f money Good for children as well as crown people Sold by J C damper Grnesy Creek A Laconic Lecture at the Lodge Capt D H Goy o tho painter orator who lies tho contract for putting the finishing touches upon tho new academy was the guest of Mizpah Lodge No 507 1 F it A MI at its regular monthly meeting on i Saturday night last whore ho do liyorod a lecture ou tho origin the history and the good work of that i sosfortunate as to bo present are loud in their praise of his dissertation and say they were never more elo quently entertained Among the visiting brethren was a contingent from Maytown lodgo who invited him to visit and lecture for them He accepted and will address that lodge at its next meeting Money Making at Home The October Delineator offers many valuable suggestions to women who would liko employment Iat home and notes several instan ces in which a competence has been acquired by womon who have followed such unusual lines ofwork as marking linen sowing on skirt braids making plum pudding Saratoga chips paper dolls favors for weddings etc Taylor Fitzpatrick of Mt Sterling is here drinking Swango wa ter for his stomachs sake Taylor says he has been taking a littl for his stomachs sake for lo these many years but he honestly believes Swango water has don his stomach more good than any I thing he over before tried Dr Center reports the following births sinco our last issue To the wife of Nathan Tyler of Gillmoro on tho Oth inst n boy to wife of Rov Frank Pres Wilson of Noola ou tho 7th a girl to wife of Sam Wilson on Red River above Days boro on the Oth a girl Only 50 Centst- o make your baby strong and well A fifty cent bottle of EmulsionIwill change a sickly baby to II plutag chIld aly one cnt1l day think of tIts as nice as cream Send for a free sample and try it SCOTT BOWNK ChemUU Pearl Street yew York4 13 joe and JLOO all druggists t t t y 1F k ExtfMifAsi columns last week Mr Goyenoc cupicd tho palpitht the Christian Church on Sunday morning and Was greetedwith a fairly good au pronchingband then very eloquently gavo an elegant exegesis of Gods lone for mankind from the beginning Ho picturedan immense void and oxplnined the creation from that void portraying Gods love at all points as onlnn able oxegetQ cnn Several have sinco spoken highly of his sermon and it will doubt loss bo remembered by many of those who heard it for a decade at tenet I Married on Wednesday Sept 3 at the residence of James Hal Say on Grassy Creek in Morgan County John Murphy toMis9 Vir ginia Halsey Rov W P Halsey officiating Tho bride is a daugh ter of Joseph Halsey of Grassy and the groom a son of Robert Murphy of Stillwater this county To iinsure happiness they should havo TimE HERALD visit them each week D 8 KIDNEY un BACKACHEAll UrinaryD1se CUREto Sold by H P 1iemt Hazel Green Ky James Cox of Toliver has the thanks of time editor and his better seveneighths for four as fine Irish I potatoes as we over cast our tw eyes upon and as luscious as over ipassed our lips One potato weighed exactly one pound and tie four weighed three pounds five ounces COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0STTo insure insertion ALL tortes byMondaythat nearby onMonday morning STILLWATER SPARKLES 0 j We halla very good shower of j rain hero Saturday night tho firs for some time TayI isirons Fodderpulling tiehacking anti stavemaking are the chief pur suits in this section Mrs Dora Holton of Lane was visiting her parents of this place Saturday and Sunday Misses Lou Ward and Julia Cox of Toliver wero visiting ou Still water Saturday and Sunday Quite a crowd of our young people attended tho bean stringing at Granville Moores Friday night Quite a number of charming la dies and handsome gentlemen of Toliver attended the meeting at Old Baptist Sunday Sept 9 PRESTO Send 3oc and get a free trial of Wilsons Morphine Cure tested for 14 years and always success ful Send to CORP WILSON f30y Calvert Texas SCIENCE AHD INDUSTRY I The record aurora borealis luted for a week in Augut 1639 In Germany 70 per cent of male and 68 per cent of female cancer patients suffer from cancer of the digestive ore gaps I There are seven species of calmon i inII the Taku river Alaska Each has ia date of arrival from the see at tho j spawning ground Dr Gatling who invented the gun known by his name has invented a plow operated by gasoline which will do the work of 30 men and eight horo at an expense of a littlo moro than two dollars a day- Hailstones nearly three pound in weight fell during a recent storm at Jessore in Bengal Metal veranda roofs were perforated cattle maimed etrees beaten down and a man kale outright by the downfall A German mechanical genius has Steeean Airship with Eagles He demon strates on paper that eagles can be harnessed to a balloon and made to draw it through the air and says that he is training a team for a balloon which he has in readiness ThfOOO there were made in this country 21254000 gross of button 0i those 207180 gross were of bone 1372 870 of cloth 2407319 of comp 717047 of horn 3713144 of brass 104 5 527 ofother metals 4308584 of freshwater pearl 4049452 of ocean pearl 2261832 of vegetable ivory 78200 of wood 105086 of celluloid and 498780 t paperDr Javal of the French Academy of Medicine who is sightless denies that nature compensates blindles by increased sensibility of touch and hearing but contends that when a petso- Isi blind an extra development takes place in a sixth sense which U in all persons Thte sense which been called the tense of obstacles acts by the perception of certain warm and indefinite vibrations The seat ofthe sense is believed to bs placed in theJforehead Wanted A girl to cook wask and iron for family of two Lit 0 a week Appiylatjtbia office i h QfcMfrOJV COUftIE li BEN SEWELL EDITOR VOLUME I NUMBER IGII EDIoRAIL EFFUSIONS THE bravery of somo men does not extend any further than the home circlet No MATTER how honest a man may be if he is timid ho fills but a small circle of usefulness in this world WHO will bo tho next Democratic candid teforPresident Gormon Hill Cleveland Wattenon Johnison Bryan Blackburn Tillman or Jack Chinn Take your choice HENRY WAXTERSON is advising the shockheads to come to the rescue of the Democratic party Naturally he has grown tired of the fool heads in the party A few pperheadsmay help Henri in his trouble NowUto the front EvinY now andthefs you will hear some Democrat say It is immaterial door not make any difference what party is in control of this Government tho times will be just the same as to panic or prosperity Verily the Demo cratic party is crankyj saith Col Watcrson and right he is AB HENRY WATEKSON speaking for the Democratic party has ask coome to the front one would naturally infer that the Democratic party is most ly composedof shockheads fool heads sapheads and copperheads It is now in order for Henri to requests few wiseheads to join the Democratic party This age may well be called an age of thought j an ago of brains an enlightenmentj intj tellectual development an age in which Money is God and God is Money an age in which success of party is first importance and country second an ago rich with partisan prejudice insteadof American patriotism an age in which the fitness of a man for po litical preferment is measured by the bigness of his bank account an age in which to be considered firm upright and honorable depends upon ones loyalty to the creed of party or church j an age- si which a still collar constitutes the prerequisite to recognition in the social world j an age of ill considered courtship an age of hasty proposals an age of un happy marriages j an age of broken hearts an ago of fast women and faster men an age whose sav ing grace is pure and unadulterated oveLoveone for another j Love for God and Country There is certainly much noisy and foolish ado over the question of Tie trusts Some faili to Traits comprehend tho mean ing of trusts and regard them as some monstrous thing in the shape of aveuomoua rattlesnake across the pathway of the business world A victim of a rattlesnakes bite iis cured by application of the right kind of medicine and not by a de struction or killing of tho rattlesnake It is possible to eradicate ameliorate and lessen the pain o cornea plete curebut if it took an entire killing of the rattlesnake to reach a cure it would never be cured The bite of tho snake is doctored trustsdTheir evils must be looked after I doctored and cured To perfect cure does not call for a destruction of the trusts because it is an utter impossibility to do this The trusts may have an overscope of power not beneficial but detrimen goaheatiednoei s humanityud by the application of business methods inaugurated by legislation founded on wisdom and prudence i legislation pot tinged with the madness of copperhead and shockheads LACOIIICSa thho legal lights of Jackson was here last Saturday on business C Hurst Chairman of the Republican Committee has his big eye on the Democratic Chairman J F Vansant familiarly known as the machine bossy y M A H Stamper went to Cannol City on business last week ExJailor John R Hobbs of Lane was in town Monday Tho infant child of Joseph Cham bore of Stillwater is dangerously ill Abo Spradling and wife of Harrison County are visiting relatives- in and around Campion Thomas Tutt Sr of Spradling is very low with consumption and iis not expected to live long Robert L Carroll is building a handsome residence on tho prop erty ho purchased of J N Vaughn The District Conference of the Methodist Protestant Churchcon vened at tho Meadow Branch Church in this county on Tuesday Miss Emma Stamper daughter of Dr J H Stamper who has boon on a visit to relatives in lIar rison county for several months returned home Saturday Otis Tutt who several months ago joined the 13th U S Cavalry stationed nt Fort Russell Wyoming has been discharged on ac count of failing eyesight and other disabilities and is now at home lIon John G White of Win chester was here last Thursday in the interest of his candidacy for Congress He concedes the fact that his opponent Frank Hopkins will furnish gas a plenty to run the Democratic machinery during the campaign A B Cox of Caney was in town Saturday and Sunday While here he sold his town property for 375 to Isaac Miller of Lane He intends to embark in the cannel coal business on Frozen Crock having bought out the interest of Isaac Miller in the Frozen Creek Cannel Coal Company nnIsant Committee of Wolfe County met at the Circuit Clerks office in Campton Ky at 10 oclock a m September 1st 1002 and after be ing called to order by the Chair man who stated the object of the meeting the following resolutions were adopted First That on Saturday the 18th day of October 1902 between the hours of 6 oclock a m and 4 oclock p m a primary olection be held at the various voting precincts in Wolfe County for the purpose of nominating a Demo cratic candidate for the office of Circuit Clerk of said county to be voted for at the November election 1008 at which time all men who are recognized as Democrats and legal voters or who will be legal voters at the November election 1003 shall be entitled to vote Second That J F Vansaut Chairman bo and ho is hereby au thorized to select the officers of said primary election from lists of names furnished him by the vari ous candidates for said nomina tionThird That each candidate for said nomination shall be required to pay to J F Vansant Chairman on or before October 3rd 1902 the sum of 2600 to defray the electionfand if there be any deficit the same shall be paid by the successful can didate No person shall be de clared a candidate or entitled to have his name printed on tho bal lots unless he shall pay to the Chairman the register fee above dayaof October 1002 Fourth That the officers of said primary election be allowed one dollar per day for their ser vices to be paid by tho Chairman out of the funds in his hands Each of said officers shall bo sworn as the law requires before entering upon their duties- J F VAN8A Chairman SecretaryiRejected Manuscripts If you cannot place your stories send ten cents for a sample copy of THE LITERARY CRITIC the mnga zinefpr unsuccessful authors Ad dresB Literary Critic Publishing CQJ 50 Broadway New York If I have several nice oak bedsteads bedsprings matresses extension tables rocking chairs organs sowing machines and many other housebold goods for sale cheap If pen want a bargain come quick r J L GEVEDON 1fr I GrREATCbring SnlelGlothiqg WE ARE BADLY OVERSTOCKED WE NEED MONEY WE NEED IT BADLY r1 1r CLOTHING Rearess of Manntactnrer Costt I New Goods Latest Styles Best Quality GOODCLOTHING Mens AllWool Suits ai D499 Mens AllWool Best Flannels 499 Mens All Wool Best Cassimere x+ Suits qp OUU- This is about the cost of the trimmings 500 MENS LINEN SUITS Coat Pants and Vest at 126 Suit IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS LREAD THIS BOYS SUITS BOYS SUITS BOYS SUITS 48Three1I Suits 40 Cents up to 700 We can show you a better assortment than togetherWe who sell the celebrated Alfred Benjamin Co Clothing Louis Cus StrausPLEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON KY4n 1 i WHEN BUYING WHISKEY I MEDICjL USE OR TO BE USED t AS At SEVERUSE You want good pure whiskey and at times all need whiskey+ either to ward oft colds and pneumonia or to build up the system when from overwork or worry the vitality is below 1par We have good pure whiskey well distilled from choice grain well aged and niatured withspecial care for 200 225250 PER CALLON 1 and we pack your jug in a nice plain box for shipping so t that no one can tell what you are getting and send you a nice etcped glass and corkscrew free Send us your order r and let us prove that we mean what we say Remit by Post Office Money order or registered letter to the HAGAN DISTILLING CO Lexington Ky t CLARK 5 HOWARD 3 CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS 206208 E Main LEXINGTON KY Honest material master mechanics and consciencious calculations are their stock in trade Hence it is that satisfaction is guaranteed II Our Largest8 Momeis8 i Talk for us They are so well satisfied themselves that they tell thers about the merits of Lexington Beer All who use it agpca that it is the best beer they overdrank So will you iIifi receives better care in thcji r s brewing and the bottling LEXINGTON BREWING OMPANY Ij IIt I i W R CRAWFORD A COELive Stock Commission Merchants FOR THE SALE OF Cattle Hogs Sheep Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI O Jr soCI i tt- f Central Stock Yar LOUISVILLE 8Y ir t We have an Eastern outlet for all desirable stock at highest prices Conilgnmeat j ff solicited All correspondence cheerfully answered r II Y i 4h I 7 t k AnIGeorgo Smith was shot and killI ed by Charley Byrd on the depot platform at tho mouth of Frozen Cr ok Broathitt County Thursday afternoon last Smith was in the store when sum ow remarked to him Charley Byrd iis going to kill you and almost immediately Byrd did lira on Smith tho ball passing through hit heart Some say that as In foil Smith fired two shots but that in his weakenedt 1 condition they wort aimless and j Byrd wont unharmed But when Byrd started for tho brush some of Smiths friends fired upon and wounded him Byrd it appears engendered the enmity of Smith by defending man who had killed his brother and threats had passj ed both ways perhaps r STATE or Oino CITY 01 TOIFIIO 1 q cvqFrank J Cheney makes oath that lio is senior partner of the firm of- F w r Cheney ife Co doing business in tho City of Toledo county and Stato aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of oNE HIMIHKD POUAUH for each and every case of hytthe use of Halls Cntarrhcllre FKAXK J CHKNKY Sworn to before mo and subscribed in mv presence this Oth day of December A D 1880 I A W GIKASOX 1 J SEAL Noto Public I Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in tornally mill acts directly on the I blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonial8freo FJ CHENEY Co f Toledo 0 Sold by druggists 75c Halls Family Pills aro tho best Holding a Protracted Meeting Rev II D Adams loft Friday for Estill Springs where ho will hold a series of meetings begin ning Saturday night last In July he held a similar meeting at the same place resulting in 20 addi tions to he church and Bro John W Rogers ono of the elders of the church there was so well pleased with his effort that ho requested tho meeting now in progress Bro i Adams said he would he absent 10 days or two weeks and that this would bo tho last meeting held by him until he makes his Western I tour which may result in his removal to Kansas f Parsons Noble Act HIwnnt all tho world to know writes Roy C J Budlong of Ash away R Iwhat a thoroughly good and reliable medicine I found in Electric Bitters Thoyjctired me of jaundice and liver troubles that had caused me great suffering for many years For a genuine all around cure the cxcol anything I 1eversaw Electric Bittors are the surprise of all for their wonderful work in Liver Kidney and Stomach i troubles Dont fail to try them Only 50c Satisfaction guaranteed and for sale by J T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs tt Sons of Campton The First of the Season F Aunt July Ward has the thanks of the editor and his better seven eighths for a mess of very fine newt sweet potatoes which are the first we have seen this season and she has the credit of being the first to show well developed sweets so early And they are sure enoughsweets that remind us of old Accomac in Virginia whore the thrifty house wife after baking a mess of sweet potatoes usually scrapes from tho pan enough crude sugar to sweeten the familys coffee Fortune Favors a Texan Having distressing pains in head back and stomach and being without appetite I began to use Dr Kings New Life Pills writes MrP Whitehead of Kenuedale Texas and soon felt like a new man Infallible in stomachand liver troubles Only 25 cents at J T Day Hazel Green orS S Combs tk Sons Campton druggists t Sebree To Be a Summer Resort mongthester County Ky to buy the Dint Hotel and springs and form a stock company L K Wilson is the prime mover Hotel and springs can bo bought for 12000 and it is the intention if tho deal goes through to build an expensive ho S0Sbrae a firstclass summer resort Not Doomed for Life Iwas treated for three years by T good doctors writes W A Greer McConnellsville 0 for Piles and BuckrtwotCutsCornsSaRhoum atJSSrugstoresJ Tux HERALD is not 2ca week y It w rzrfihx t lif 2 i 44lCoated with stale eggs glue and other things are not fit to dri- nkLionCoffaa Iis pure uncoated coffeefresh strong well flavored nle4 pacnIa Itorm QIiaIIUI I sad rbneu iJ HIS BUG ALREADY CLASSIFIED j Slim ProfeMor llnd Paid Two Dollar j for It and It II dolined on ilea HewWunnet r As the stogie man stood at the end of the bar lie chuckled to himself and blew clouds of smoke until the mixer I had serious thoughts of sending in a call for the fire department Fortu natelythebrokers clerk and the meek man came in together and the oracle 1let it out relates the New York Times Got a laugh on that college profe sor up my way His reglur graft is anatomy you know but he makes a tide issue of zoology in general specially insects and bugs Hegjar bug hunterone of these fellers that chase butterflies and such with a young fish net and impales the speci mess on a bigheaded pin and as i though that wasnt bad enough insults the poor creatures by writing unpronounceable names underem i Well he was returning from church with his family last Sunday when he discovered a new and singular infect on the front doorstep He was natural Ily mighty pleased and forming his j handkerchief into a net he pounced down upon and succeeded in capturing- it Bring the microscope children j taps he an tell your ma to hurry I want her to look at it Im sure it be longs to the hcmiptera class and iis a new specimen Here Charlie put your ii eye to the glass and tell me what you see Oh pa aint it splendid Its got four wings eight eyes and dont it sparkle ned and green and yellow i oh its getting away aint it l- IjI Then it isnt dead cried the I nearI neighbor on the street I ing him I wasnt quite sure wheth er it moved or not Let me look Yes after all I think it belongs to I the genus pcntamera the antennae have that peculiar flexible look anti yet now that I look again the eyes lleetn to indicate that it is a phytoc oridae in which case it will be very destructive to your inas plants and we must kill it at once It will be a- very valuable addition to our collec tion Marie wheres the chloro- formt What are you going to do with it asked Mrs Professor She wouldnt trust him with the pare goric without knowing what he was going to do with it hes so absentminded youIWell I guess not says she look- Ing with much interest at the new specimen I paid two dollars for weekIwear on niy and it must have dropped oil when I came in It belongs to the genus millinerae and couldnt be any deader if it had been baked for a century Science will have to get on without It protes sor its already classified WHAT THE WATER CURE IS t A PvlbmMt for ewarlag seaneea That Ha Ue la Vie for- Txan Ta- I I i What has come to be known as the I watercure treatment is an adoption I measureIa handybilly and its application is only resorted to ali I the most effective means to stop the brawling profanity of a drunken sailori on shipboard saya the Philadelphia Times Where ships are visiting ports in t torrid climates it Is considered a hard- shipii to confine a man in the brig the i ships lockup because of the heat awl j a sailor who goes on board in an un- rulyt intoxicated condition is usually put in irons and allowed to sleep oil on the forward deck Not Infrequently when Jack has been drinking all I j kinds in sight on a shore leave theI feel of the irons combined with the liquor makes him swearing mad No one from the commanding officer to the ships boy escapes his oaths at such times and finally it becomes necessary for the peace and discipline of the ship to give him a handybilly washdown His hands which are fastened behind him arc lashed to a bolt in the deck and the handybilly a small hand forcepump is prepared for action A rubber hose without a nozzle through custom held by Jacks chum is pointed close to his face and Jack is asked to stop swearing or take the washdown The answer generally comes in the form of renewed effort to swear louder and harder The petty officer in charge orders Pump away and for four or live seconds a I nilorIto are laugh from his ship- matesI r For Sale Cheap farming lands near Glen I IGood Will sell in tracts to Call on or address H F Bradley at GloncairnI Ky or tho Eastern Kentucky Tim WinchesterKentucky Escaped the Fleming fail withbevyFlemingsburg intothewall The Sheriff and Jailer were probably1Jeeupress rf Row at Red Baiki At Red Banks a village in Cumberland county Ky a fight took place between Floyd and Fayette Riloy on ono sido and Charles and James Roach Floyd Riley struck I James Roach a blow which quieted him and Fayetto Rileycarvod Chas Roach with his knife several times Chares Roach is dead but James Roach will recover Take Care of the Stomach The man or woman whoso diges tion is perfect and whoso stomach performs its every function is nev or sick Kodol cleanses purifies and sweetens tho stomach and cures I 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total vote east for Governor in the States of New York Pennsylvania and Michigan on the 4th day of November 1902 I Every person interested in the science of Government should be interested in thewelection in these states An election in New York is always of national import and inttYf point of political significance Pennsylvania is second in importance only to the great Key I t Stone State while Michigan is rapidly becoming an important political factor in the sisterfhood of states Much valuable information can be gained bya study of the political eonaii tions involved in the elections to be held in these three states 1I T CONDITIONS OF THIS CREAT CONTEST Every subscriber who remits 100 the regular subscription price for a years sub sription to THE HAZEL CREEN HERALD willreceive It ltiticntQ that will secure for him any prize which his estimate entitles him to claim jEsVlB addition to the certificate to each subscriber who remits SlOO agents will be allowed oat 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 a Governor in the three states Write your name address and estimate in the subscription I blank helow und mail to THE HAZEL CREEN HERALD The contest will close at midnight Nor 3 1902 and no estimate received after that 1 hour will be allowed The oflicial certificates of the Secretaries of the three States show 1 1 Jugges as f official figures can be Hire Is 1the List of Prizes To the nearest correct etimntor1000000To the second nearest correct estimator 300000 To the third nearest correct estimator 100000 1 To the fourth nearest correct estimator 50000 To the fifth nearest correct estimator 20000 To tha sixth nearest correct estimator 10000 To the next 12 nearest correct estimators 1500 each 18000 To the next 27 nearest correct estimators 10CO each 27000 To the next 950 nearest correct estimators 500 each 475000 4 995 prizes amounting to 2000000 VALUABLE To aid in forming estimates furnish the follow Pennsylvania elects a Governor only once in four years 4 4New4 Total vote for Governor in New York in 1894 was 1165085 4II1898II 1359190 n u IIHIOO II 1550520 4 Totalvote for Governor in Penn in 1886 919212 l1liII1890II 928196 II ii II 1894ii 953017 II II II 1898I 971737 Total 4IIJI92 468G31- II I II139t II 416928 4- I II II II 11196II 641802- II II II II 4- II 1898II 42116 II 1900II 543214 4 e + 01 OOOHO DOIOO Inclosed find to apply on Account Name Postoffice 1 County Slate My Estimates of Vote for Governor in the three are H o i THESE FIVE PRIZES WILL ALSO BE PAID For the nearest correct estimate received before k August 100000 itFor the nearest correct estimate received on or after August I and before August If 100000 t For the nearest correct estimate received on or arfter August 15 and before Sf ptemler 1 100000 For the nearest correct estimate recehed on or rafter Sept 1 and before Sept 11 100000 For the nearest correct estimate received on or after Sept 15 and before Oct 1 100000 Total 1000 prizes amounting to 2500000 BVIu case uLa tie or that two or more estimators are equally correct prizes will be divideo equally betweea them I The total aggregate vote for Governor in these s = states in 1894 and 1898 the years in which all three states elected Governors at the same time was as follows Ia 1894 the aggregate vote for Governor la these three states wu 2 64561 6- la 1898 Ute total aggregate vote fer Governor Is these three states wu What will the total aggregate vote for Governor in these three states be on November 4 1902 Figure it out or guess at it and send in your estimate IT MAY MEAN 10000 IN CASH TO YOU The official certificates of the secretaries of the states of i New York Pennsylvania and Michigan showing the com bined total vote for Governor in these three states will de termine who are entitled to the prizes and the awards will r be made by a committee of prominent judges within 29 days after the official vote is known y I hereby certify that tho Press Publishing Association has deposited 25000 in tho Coutral Say ings Bank Detroit Mich for tho express purposo of paying the prizes to those making tho nearest cor rect estimates of the Total Vote cast for tho Office of Governor in the States of New York Pennsylvania and Michigan on the 4th day of November 1002 and that this fund can be used for no other purposo aoe 000000000 SUBSCRIPTION BLANKS Subscription I States ALL ORDERS TO GREAT PROFIT SHARING CONTEST mBAZEL GREEN HERALD theIobtainedI11902 INFORMATIONi 4Ing threes 2752f PRESIDENTt I I InBlank for Estimates Without SllhscriptIOI1 ESTIMATES 25 CENTS EACH Name PoRtofllce County State My Estimates of Vole for Governor in Three States art I 1OOO each for Early Estimates SEND SPECIAL Aggregate THE HERALD 3fi l ik t AUHOHHUUI IandHAZErGREEtf