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MARKET NEWSPAPER THE BEST IS NONE TOO GOOD FOR YOU Sz3r1tx throuh your commlulon firm oe1idcaor or publhlcr ot ncwSiU- q Ad1eper COotann this advertisement Sample conic soni true oa rcquo THE CHICAGO POST Chicago III 7 1iirtisiowCoEallilona1alOIIeg81 BARDSTOWN KY Splendidly equipped Boarding School Fulll corps of excellent tencheis Uptodate work done In Art Music Elocution Literary Academic and College Courses Normal Commercial and Business Depait ments Confers the usual Literary Degrees Prices Moderate Opens Sept 8 I9O2- ir J G1iI tfapes I ri 4OF EVERY DESCRIPTION S jcJym kc k4 eLi NEATLY CHEAPLY AND s 1 4 4 PROMPTLY EXECUTED AT OFFICE AND SATISFACTION UAR TEED IN ALL CASES i ii THEN AND NOW A crumbling fort oertookt the plata Where Iron hall and leaden rain 4 With thunder of artillery mlleryYetSuch calm was brooding and the air Irom breath of rocee was ao tweet i thought of awordt to plovriharei beat Kin were seen arailng without fear Over the sloping greenaward near And retting when the noon had corns boolDWhtchclodNowladhllewltbl1ltedoubtGrim parapets no longer frown Upon a pent belcagucrtd town mightAnd atu seenCrowningtcrcnoInFrom tumult of the busy mart hUntol dear nubhutmortalltyVh1Je butThrtlltdbeirutToOld foes now friends in vows of pesos In ssTypeYt whose rtmernbtrei cup otwoo- Ia yielding to Urns tidal How Thou awayVhetbtrgraytlaJmyotlnbloomOftenW E Holes In Springfield lieu Re pubilcanWFIALE II HUNTlNJLE a Norwegian but his sea HVaa h was as good us the king lie was big and mutcular with a rare combination of weight and wiriness His Inca and eyes were stern enough when ho shouted orders from the bridge but when playing the host in his cabin as merry as a Santa Claus without the whiskers Ilhi skin wag tanned by thelialt top ray and burnt 1 by the tun of every degree of latitude where ships have eter been He had caught whales in every na from the Persian gulf to IlnttiiTa bay and a few years ago he abandoned lthe old way of New lledford and all roinniHe the tlivecyeiirlmmng round tho world cruise in a wulin vessel n try the adaptation of steam to whaling For the big brick oven on the deck to boil the blubber which nil remember who know The CruUe of the Cachalot he ftulfelituted a permanent factory for re 11 nine the oil located on the north errs shore of Newfoundland From this he teamed out to the whaling grounds each morning and track at night rare Ily without a prize For the old method of throwing a harpoon by hanoi froma small boat he substituted harpoon gun front the bow of his whaler and with these improvements conducted a business that will soon make the few surviving New Bedford sailing whalers as otxoletc hu wooden plows I lay in his spare bunk acroc the narrow cabin from his own and dropped to sleep a he finished tale Btrangely like Kiplings Three Seal era of a fight between rival crews for a dead whale in the Okhotsk sea Only ft minute later it seemed I bumped my head against the top of the bunk to tho quick awakening of an excited Norwegian craft cry from the topof the companionway Thecaptain leaped from his bunk He waited not for bora nor for other clotheA than those he eelpt in but bounded up the rtep houting orders as he ran While I dre ed I iuld feel the qtJick stopping the hurt advances and retreats of the engines nnd I knew we were stalking game When I reached the deck the captain had one hand on the gun swinging it about on its pivot With the other he was making signal to the engineer to stop to go fownrd A little br to go back Following his eyes II caught eight of our game It looked like a huge cigarcbaped piece of smooth shiny slatecolored India rubber rising at regular intervals so that four or five feet of his diameter and 40 feet of his length riiowed like a mound on tfie smooth water With alternate rising and dipping he was gliding smoothly forward without apparent exertion but with tremendous speed and in a perfectly straight line We vere approaching him from behind at an angle so that his course and ours were the side of a V The captain on the raised platform In tile how following with the mouth of his cannon the course of the whale was the personification of alertness The crew were grouped behind him sa eager and expectant as if they had never caught a whale before One of them touched me on the shoulder and pointedsilently a mile away where a dozen other whales were spouting fine column of vapor When I turner again to our whale he had risen once more and we were within 30 feet of him Every person on the chip was in a state of tiptoe alertness Suddenly tame the crash of the gun I saw a hid eons red zigng gash on the broadside of the whale I heard the rumbling roar of the time bomb at the point of the harpoon exploding in the whales vitals On deck there was a convulsive pandemonium Thecaptain In the de lirium of the hunter at the death of his quarry war shrieking shrill staccato orders Thecrew wert leaping to their posts Suddenly I felt the bow of the vessel give n jerk beneath me then tremble a moment and slowly dIpII The whale had gone straight down ward The rope attached to the harpoon shot over the bow so fat that the eye could not follow where it touched the wood a curling column of smoke arose The windlass spun round like a boys top It hummed and buzzed H ith the noire of a flying locomotive nothIfGradually the Tie whale had touched bottom The r L r lesJcaptain signaled to back the ship I propeller I water There wee a minute or two of sllentcxpectantiiuspe use Then right in front of thebowro elcee Icoultl have flabbyblubherup till he towered full 15 feet above the rail I jumped back in genuine I fear that he would topple over on the ult1withI raised his tail quite 20 feet and slapped the water with a noise like a thunder clap at our very toea He turned round and round wrapping the rope about Ida huge body then shot straight for ward on the surface skipping from wave to wave like a swallow He reached the end of his alack rope with a jerk that shook the ship from teon to stern There was an instant tug of war between th whale and the re versed engine Then the whale won and for a minute pulled the vessel for ward with him Again the windlaaa whirred and whizzed but with diminishing speed Far out at the end of his two mile of rope the whale churned and lashed the watertmd blew big blasts of hot vapor Thecrew saw the end and relaxed their tenseness They gave him halt nn hour or so to end his convulsion Then the captain shouted the order to wind in the rope As the whale felt the pull he gave one feeble dying jump The men stopped a minute then continued slowly to pull In Finally the huge inert flabby body floated belly upward just oft the bow They lowered a boat passed- ohetin a about the narrow circumference where the tall widens and grappled him to the tide of the vessel I could see a dozen quarreling porpoises eat ing the tongue of the monster that had been nn hour before alive and to those scavengers invincible The cap tnin gave a sigh and a smile rt content nnd leaned over the side to measure with his eye the size of Iris prize The crew busied themselves with loading the harpoon gun again and putting things in order I All this was before five in the morn j ind and before breakfast After the meal when we came fj clock again there bad risen n heavy Iceland wind The captain sniffed it and glanced at the choppy sea Twill be a bad day for the fresh he said and went aloft to Iris bridge to watch with hU glass j es for another blow With tIe wind j came rain and the two did Indeed make bad fishing Not that the whales went in out of the wet as nn irreverent sailor must tell the guilelet landsmen there waa scares a time when we could not see a dozen blow within a flveiuile radius Often when we were not prepared for them they would swim right pleat us with all the dignity of an ocean liner cpeeding past a bobbing fishing craft They never seem11 ttt be merely browsing idly around they were always swimming in a straight line and always very fut66 if they had important business somewhere on the coast of Sweden When they were close by we could fol low them readily with the eye and see them rising and dipping at regular in tervals Farther off milestones of their course were their blows It is the one conspicuous mammal charac teristic remaining to this expatriated land animal who has chown the en vironment of fish for his abode once in so often he must breathe And as his taking breath involves blowing a 20foot high pillar of white vapor into the air it is this mark of the beast and of the beast natural habitat that betrays him to his enemies Latein the afternoon the captain nn time bridge swept the sea with his glasses and saw no sign of a blow He glanced at the sinking sun and measured with his eye the 30 mile to the harbor Re dropped his glasses and gave a quiet order that meant the days work was done The dsckwas put in order and the stocky little whaler with her trophies grappled close to her side aether bow towards the mainland It waa not for the want of fish that we had fishermans luck that day Hut the whaler was no larger than a tugboat The heavy sea tossed hr about like a DOrk and aim- Ing a cannon with so unsteady base as the whalers bow was difficult bust ness even for the expert captain Three time he tired and missed and OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood in your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes 5p s yourblood ter out the waste or Impurities in the blood If they are sick or out dofi their Work- PainsI aches and rheu rnatlsm come from ex cess of uric acid in the neglectedkidneyKidney trouble causes quick or unsteady thoughtheyoverworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries It used to be considered that only urinary kidneysbutnearlyallning in kidney trouble It you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy Is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases merltslllllbysample bottle by mallB et 8vapRc free also pamphlet telling you how to find if you have kidney or bladder trouble lOUt this paper when writing Dr Kiknar BtaghamtoB NY f j 1Iggeippy JOoorposeooCI tijUejp Ity PIM V MIS Aoj3 Jieq jnoA SuIIjBUI- JoJ pUB UB9p diBos jno- Aaj to WOJJIH laJ noji IJaqJla 3jJOA sjqi 31 DUB SJB3X XlJU JOJ JBq ABJ3 01 JOJOD 3UJJOJS9J U99q sq JOA JICH sj9AV W pusuoj A N AuualmN ua- pS1iJosJmq I H AW sdaa 1 II Jllq- I oi moioa IIIUlaJO aqi semis- cn A1U153JC3 II Ii1 qllA peseld iojJOA JDHJjJDlEI as it took an hour or two to reload the gun and prepare the harpoon and bomb it was two oclock in the after noon before we got our second prize The process was in all respect like the first but there was the same frenzy of excitement aboard the ship The one appetite that never becomes satiated the one instinct that iis never satisfied the one experieere4tbstnoamnountof- repetition dull Iis it seems the instinct to hunt nnd kill In primitive man it was the first law of his being and like the whale breathing it stays with him in a wholly changed environmentThe slowly paced the bridge and puffed a long cigar in profound content I judged by what he had toldme that his individual share in the days catch would be a successful lawyers income for a wekBoetonT- ranscript Wantedj you for the hand of your daughter sir Old Man the father of seven Which one of my daughters young manThats another thing I wanted to oneIcago Daily News UOB IB tke ProsesIos Clara Dear Isabel you are at last a 5ucceufulartilitIsabelOh I dont feel my self a success Ive just moved up a little because a lot of older btrugglers have got tired and quitDetruit Free Press Beware of the Knife No profession has advanced more rapidly of late than surgery but it should not bo used except whero absolutely necessary In cases of piles for example it is seldom needed DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cures quickly and perma nently 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 Ill De Witts Witch Hazel Salve cured me in a shore time Soothes and heals An Aged Hermit Found Dead Jack Shields a hermit who lived on Chaplin River in Washington County was found dead in his cabin one day last week Jack and his brother Henson owned and cultivated a largo tract of land on Chaplin River and realized large sums of money from tho farm and the money is supposed to have been kept in tho house The dead man who was never married occupied a cabin on a cliff overlooking the rivor Ho was 70 years old and was about the farm as usual the day before his death It is evident that ho was murdered as spots of blood wore found on tho floor and evidence of a death struggle is very plain There is no clue 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 i stops the 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 advice sent in sealed letter Murdered Four Husbands Molly Foxwater nu Osago In dian squaw has been arrested at Tulsa1 Okla charged with murder ing her four white husbands She admits her guilt but pleads justi fication because they tried to wrest from her the location ofa gold mine from which she supported them in idleness and luxury For two or three of the husbands she paid extensive and expensive bri dal trips and gave all of them an abundance of spending money But tho secret of the mine which she got from her father she could not be induced to part with Her father took the mine from Span iards and at his death told her of its location Our Daysboro Subscribers Will each and everyone take due notice that unless all past duos are settled and they are 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 more than we can accomplish By taking one large office each week however we can soon straighten out tho list and Daysboro coming next we this week apply ourselves to it Now be it understood that we do not wish to hurt anybodys feelings nor do we doubt their in tention to pay But we are abso lutely dependent upon their subscription for support and must collect in advance to be able to Imp paper ink etc 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 mean 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 Bu- tt4If you dont as much as we regret it we will be compelled to take your namo ofT our list Take advantage of Our Grand Offer and renew A Boys Wild Ride For Life expectinghim KingsNowCoughs and Colds W H Brown of Leosvillo Ind endured deaths agonies from asthma but this wonderful medicine gave instant relief and soon cured him He writes I now sleep soundly every night Like marvelous cures of Consumption Pneumonia B roui chitis Coughs Colds and Grip prove its matchless merit for all Throat and Lung troubles Guar tend bottles 50a and 1 Trial bot tIes free at J Taylor Day Hazel Green and S S Combs Sons Campton drugstores Died Like a Pauper Samuel Hawkins Napier who at one time found the largest nugget of pure gold over seen recently died in a lonely hut in the pine forests of the Gatineau 200 miles from the utmost limits of civiliza tion of starvation his only companion his faithful dog dead by his side of the same cause and his remains were taken to Quebec for burial In the Kiugowar gold dig gings of Australia in 1852 he and his brother unearthed a nugget of pure gold weighing 146 pounds 4 ounces and 8 pennyweights It was 2 feet 4 inches long 10 inches wide and from 1 to at inches in thickness They sold it in London for 60000 and were lionized the Queen inviting them to Bucking ham Palacewhere they dined He was elected to Parliament and en joyed other honors and yet when found rats had eaten away part of his face Such is fate A Sad Disappointment Ineffective liver medicine is a disappointment but you dontwant 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 mat ter and do it so gently that one enjoys the pleasant effects They are a tonic to the liver Cure biliousness torpid liver and prevent fever Farm Sold For 1450 Courtney McGuiro was hero last week and sold the farm belonging to his stepmother Mrs Lucy Mc Guire his sister Mrs Cora Andre and himself for 1450 Willie Clark of Toliver was the purchaser The place contained 151 acres and is a part of the old Holderby place The sale is con sidered a good one owing to the lack of improvements and its gen eral condition Courtney stillhas nine building lots for sale and their eligible location near Hazel Green Academy makes them quite valuable But they can be bought cheap if sold soon You cannot buy standard pianos organs buggies sewing machines clocks watches and jewelry as cheap any where else as you can of me Come and see samples and you will bo convinced You do not have to risk your money with mail order houses tf J T GBVEDON I +COUNTY + DIRECTORY + HAZEL GREEN POLICE COURT II F PIEKATT Judge J M NICKELL Marshall W N NICKELL Deputy Marshall BOARD OF TUSTEES pII W O MIZE Chairman W H CORD JOHN D DAVIS JOHN M ROSE JOHN H ROSE 0 CIRCUIT COURT miThird Monday in January Fourth 4 Monday in April and Third Monday in SeptemberDAVID B REDWIXE Judge CommonwealthsAttorneyJ C 0 HANKS Trustee Jury Fund 0COUNTY COURT 4 First Monday in each month JudgeWFRANK STAMPER Sheriff C C FUMCS County Attorney J B LITTLE Jailer- S N Hoiiiss Assessor SurveyorFRANK J W TAULUEE County Supt 0MAGISTRATES COURTSIITIME OF HOLDING AND FIRST DISTBICT ELIAS SHOCKEY Magistrate No time set for holding 7 courtSECOND RosEJR I stable Court days First Thursday in February May August and November Magistrate FrbruaryMayFOURTH DISTRICT R R LEOG Magistrate WM SPENCER Constable Court days First Friday in March June September and December FIFTH A SIXTJIJ N CHAMBERS Magistrate in both districts DAVID BANKS Constable Court days Third Friday in February May August and NovemberSEVENTH DISTRICT B F BOLIN Magistrate PORTER CLARK Constable Court days First Saturday in March June September and December EIGHTH DISTBICT GEORGE OLIVER Magistrate No constable and no set time for holding court A GOOD POSITION Awaits every worthy graduate of the 4 Elliott Commercial Schools OF WEST VIRGINIA WHEELING FAIRMOUNT CHARLESTON CLARKSBURG jfMPIf you cannot enter one of our schools write for full information concerning our Short Hand course by mail W B ELLIOTT Pres Wheeling W Va AOODFARMI I I 25ACRESI waters of Falling Water in Wolfe county Ky i 70 ACRES cleared ready for plow A good log house of two rooms good log barn and plenty of water for Ifamily use and stock Plenty of timber for all fencing Eight miles IIfrom Hazel Green 8 miles from Campton and 3 miles from MayStown Possession March 1 1008- Hm IN CASH will bay it D 7I 5Pf U but it is worth 100- 0fFor further information call or address THE HERALD 5tf Hazel Green Ky ROSE PRACTICAL WHEELER in BLAOKSMITHS AND WACONMAKERS HAZEL GREEN KY Invito the k attention of the 1 farmers of this vi cinity to their im provedfscilmtiemfor and wagonmaking as well as repair work of all kinds- A full force of first class mechanics insures promptness in the execution of all work entrusted to them and satisfac tion is guaranteed in all cases Buggy building and wagon making are our specialties Your patronage iii re spectfully solicited and will be duly appreciated ti Respectfully cSROSE WHEELER lici UOURXODCBEADS vsealtle- ssl 10 5 If THE HEMLD l SPiaCER COOPER Editor 1 t 1 if u C =HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Sept IS 1902 +DEmOClR THl+TIClKEC + FOR CONGRESS liON Fr A HOPKINS t OF PRKSTONSmRG Announcements For Circuit Court Ilerk HOLLON We are authorized to announce I It IIOILOX ns n enndidn fur the office of Circuit Court Clerk t l ll1Volfe County subject to tile action of the party For IegNIntlvp lrirri ntntivr- FIERATT Wo nro authorized 1 to announce II F 1MKKATT as II camlMnlet for the office of Kqinseiitntive ill the Leg islature from the 91st District subject to tliel action of the Democratic early e i EDITORIAL + ERUPTIONS O I x IJciNKss men who do not adver tise are liko soldiers who fight with blank cartridges They cannot hope to accomplish anything 0000 A WOMAN in Indiana saved the life QCa banker and he has re warded her with a silk han ker chief Probably that was more than his life was worth 0000 Woes Tom Johnson and his tents arrived in Lorain 0 ono old man said Ill he dinged if it aint a circus and the people b gan to wonder where the elephantt was 0000 IT is estimated that there are 10000000 persons by the namet r Smith in tho world and this has given the St Louis people a bright idea for attracting a crowd They are thinking of having a reunioni Ii of the Smith family 0000 ABOUT ten years ago there we 75000 horses used in the Unit States on street car lines but today there are loss than 5000 us in this way This illustrates the rapid advancement that electricity has made in a few years 0000 THE President had a narrow eSe cape from death and we are all thankful that his life was spared Ho is President of all the people l the members of all parties and men of all nations are glad bocau of his almost miraculous escape oooo PUCK says Dont get disconr aged for it is often the last key r in the bunch that opens the lock T Same way with advertising youIii must keep at it if you want to selljI your goods One pull on the oars wont take your boat across theI Mississipi 0000 THOMAS A EDISON it is claimed I never owned a watch He says the one thing least of all that ho wantsI to know is the time Hero is n great lesson for our young Remember that promotion menIi I success is never gained by ing the clock 0000 TOM JOHNSON will treat the poo pie of Ohio to a regular circus pa rade during the campaign It said that be will lead in his automobile andwill be followed by a number of wagons carrying a tent of 5000 seating capacity The procession will be accompanied by j a band It will probably become known as The Great Johns AutoTrust Show 0000 JOSEPH Smith formerly of Lan castor Pa the man who made the dayTbeaginos a time when there was no revolver but in truth it is a mod t orn weapon and in its real effi 1 oncy only a few years oldnot to i exceed 40 Before the Civil IV- t r there were the ofd fashioned pepII I i per boxes which were dangerous j to the user j then came the navy 14arequiring soparte attention indd usually being iiiiofafictiie except iit pointJ blank r ige THEUE was probably not a man more faithful to his duties until claimed by death than Secret Ser vice Officer Craig whose life was crushed out ban electric car near Pittsfield Mass recently Even rafter the carriage was struck ho gave warning to the President to hold fast whoa if ho had been a different kindof man ho might have jumped and saved his own life The people of the world love 1n faithful person and Officer Craig was certainly loved Iby all who knew him long before his untimely eudIelor in Indiana a lawyer of Imlr napolis has practically disposed of property and money in tho wayI j 10001jI given to relatives The other half has gone to colleges foreign missionary societies Indii ana missionary societies anti to miscellaneous beneficencesOOOO 0000irat political funeral of John G Whito will bo preached on Tues bytburg who will take for his text Thou art weighed in tho balance and found wanting about 2500 votes Members of tho G O P throughout tho Tenth Congress ional District will bo present in tho capacity of chief mourners 0000 MAKTINIQIK can undoubtedly b purchased very cheap from just now and now is the time for real estate dealers to act Our Grand Offer Until further notice we will give every new subscriber and every old 0110 who renews choice of the following papers They are abso lutoly free and given as an induce ment to take THE HEKALD Here thou are IThe Toledo Blade Republican ctI Home nUll Farm Farm Ac Republican friends should lour avail of this grand chance to their political bible free I j the ladies will find Sunny South a andoftheir wives will be pleased with Homo and Farm Subscribe todayj INORTHWEST MISSOURI Andrew Wilson a Wolfe County GreatreProductiveness edSDCTIt ST JOSEPH Mo 913 Spencer Cooper Hazel Groen Ky ed11illj l you kindly publish a few lines from an old Kentucky boy j who has wandered away out west to see some of the world and its wonders I havobeeii in Oklaho ma since January last until th first of August when I Iissourilwonder thseworld I hastened to it to find what has been said of it is onla small1 I portion of what could and shouldI ibe said of it Near tho city of St Joseph I found my uncle and aunt Canada and Molly Little and have been with them since I came into Missouri I cut corn for Uncle Canada iin his orchard that will make 50 I bushels to the acre and I see pleat ty of fields they tell me will maket 75 bushels per acre I have just finished digging uncles Irish pota toes and from onequarter acre 11D Twoi8 ouncesI old Kentucky and he dear people but Northwest Missouri1 istho finest country I have ever seen 19I take quite an interest in road ing THE HERALD which comes ev cry week to Aunt Molly and shall1 always speak a good word for iitl when necessary Wo had quite a frost last night for the first time OnWishing TIrE HERALD and the people of Wolfe Oounty success I am as ever yoursANDREW WILSON Not Doomed for Life I was treated for three years by good doctors writes W A Greer McConnellsville 0 for Piles and Fistula but when all failed Buck c11e11s Arnica Salvo cured mo in two CutsCorns Salfart or no pay 25 cts a J Taylor Day Hazel Green or S S Combs tL SonsJ Campton drug rfSToniS WantedA girl to cook wash and iron for family of two j 100 week Apply at this officet Make your estimate and send iin II Well Poite Palitlolu IAgentleman of Mt Sterling at the springs here paid the town of Campton a flying visit on Monday and heard Hon FrankI Hopkins address the people where I upon he remarked He is the boat posted man this district has pre sented in a long long time And ho uttered an indubitable idiom when he said it for on field or fo rum Frank Hopkins will prove a foeman worthy any statesmans steol and in the halls of congress he is certain to provo a credit this constituency What more can anyone ask Thou see that he gets your vote Dont Think because you have takes many remedies in vain that your case Is locatable Hoods Sarsaparilla has eared many seemingly hope pest eases of Herofnla catarrh rheumatism kidney complaint dyspepsia and debil- ityvarious s i maslnROOMtf ii1wr- iLLthWit 2rte JPriiiIrn- is flcralclElectric Belt 01 Trial To introduce it and obtain agents the undersigned firm will send a few of their Electric Belts on trial on the following terms 100 to be paid in ten days if the Bel proves beneficial and the 2CO to be paid in sixty days i the Belt effects a cure These Belts are a positive euro for Rheum- tism Neuralgia Kidney trouble Stomach and Liver trouble Asthma etc Address at once GERMAN ELECTRIC AGENCY tf P O Box 1374NewYorkNY THE HERALD is not 2c a week Dizzy Then your liver isnt acting well You suffer from bilious AyersPillsFor 60 years they have been the Standard Family Pill Small doses cureAlldrrghb IxsnnfulDnsnorrlehDlart BUCKINGHAMS DYE9tfskan 0 O 0 Co Easternd Railway- Time Table IB Effect September I BOUNDe 4DailyDeily5uadsyi jII PM Lye iC ilIAMlre2 25 OI 7 45 am 3 10 pmlOi1Lexiogtonj l 8 25 am 3 50 Ol 0 13 am 4 O6 j amIIP 54 am 4 49 pm 02 Torrent62 10 08 am 5 11 pm 70 BeattyreJc 701029 am 26615pm194lacteon94j1130 oat am WEST BOUND No1 is No3 Dailyt pmI AI 8 8 95 28 37 10 ArrII110 II IIPWArrI 57 4 ot pm 7 47 am 62 Cla7 City 62 347p m 7 26am 70 LtKJllncD pr65 am 94 Lexington 94 2 25 pm 11m O ft K B1ANCH EAST BOUND No21DailYJeL 3 30 0 Jackson 0 11 20 335 C OAK Junction 6 11 26 52t11 58 5 10 20 Lee City 20 12 22 5 18 22 Helecbawa 22 12 28 45MAttBa WEST BOUND 22DailyexSunday959Jackson 02539 10 OAK Junction 6 2 30 58d7 35 20 Lie City 20 1 28 7 26 22 Heleoliawa 22 1 22 05AMLVE1 s i 3 and 4 make close connection for tCannel City aud points on Ohio and Ken tacky Railway Division daily except Son day Nos 1 and 2 connect at L tE Junction with Chesapeake and Ohio for Mt Sterling pointNosud 4 connect at BtattyriHc Je dailyexceptManaeerOHATBVOBGAN8PA H F PIERATT H C QUICKSALL H F PERATTCODEALERS ooeetaea 7ooeooeote0a00 II pppppp0rr General MerchandiseII 0001 s 0 DID II 0 I I 0 000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I 0 II 111110 0000000 I 0 II 0 Live Stock and Country Produce COMo1 WITH THE CASH as that is the only safe and reliable way to do business PLEASE DO NOT ASK FOR CREDIT I Very respectfully feteaH F PIERATT CO All parties now indebted to should callandsattlo or there be A HOT TIME IN THE meIITOWN TODAY as I am to wind up all my P Smined Thanking you N B past patronage and more especiaally if you will pay me for myPgoods you have consumed I remain respectfully rH F PIERATT CECIL BROS tDple Fancy Grocers Have in Stock and Sell Low for CASH the following goods jarJELLIES 25c poundIPEACH LEAF LARD 15c per poundtCADOVA COFFEE best in town 1JJc packageffor 23c KRAUT 3 pound can lc canaPEAS 2 cans 5ca- riirHARNE8S BRIDLES GRANITE WARE Ac Ac Everything firs claaa and fresh and YOU SAVE MONEY on everything you buy of UKI r l al1ion t Ititituttfor oilliglta1lie i I RICHMOND KENTUCKY J W McGARVEY Jr President I Offers advantages no other school in Kentucky affords Situated in a j f beautiful country Most scholarly faculty in the State Music depart- went I j unsurpassed Frequent illustrated lectures by the President on his I I travels in Europe and the Holy Land Sickness almost unknown Good P table HTWrite for catalog BDUCTO Is A perfectly harmless veg R etable tivelyaudpermanently compound It posi R E superfloua eliminates CURE flesh ABSOLUTE corpulency It is a andE and as harmless as fresh air D Thousands of patients have Dused this treatment Phy sicians endorse it Write TREATMENTa Ua for sample toU etc Correspondence confidential strictlyC plaini sealed package can make Reducto at b it you desire you have DOTfear of evil effects GINSENG CHEMICAL CO 3701 SO JEFFERSON AYE 0ST LOUR MO DUC1fO inc cffr1JIattk WINCHESTER KY K H WITHER8POON President R D HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 10000000 Surplus 2000000 Handsome deposit of 40421048 This Bank solicits the accounts of raer chants farmers traders and business ate- generally D throughout Eastern Kentucky lead offers its customers every facility andI the most liberal terms withln the limlta offI legitimate banking bctlSly ROBERT P KASH PRICESis FLOUR SALTand solicits the patronage of the merchants of the mountains He also carries a complete line of eI JleratanfIsa Gouitig Promise Embracing everything usually found i a in brat claaa country store and the purchaser eraY rely always upon getting the moaeyHeandMOrglandleltrndt might pay come prepared to take home tobuylL5 Will meet any legitimate ii tCallj buylug ii McCwwey Ky J W T CASKEY i HAZEL GREEN KY Dealer In General Merchandise and Country Produc- eHAS NOW ON HAND A LARGE well selected stock of Dry Goods NotionsI GENTS FURNISHING GOODS LADIES AND GENTS TIES READYMADE CLOTHING HATS AND CAPS BOOTS AND SHOES PATENT MEDICINES DRUGS OILS c c 11 In fact everything usually kept iin a firstclass general store Call and examine his stock and hear his prices He will treat you nicely OLD FATHER ETIM- Has made remarkable changes iin the manufacture of WATCHES AND CLOCKS We carry a lino of Newest Designs timepiecesIPRICES RANGE FROM 500 to 580I buythatFRED J HEINTZ East Main Street HoteldLEXINGTON KY WANTEDSay 5000 acres COKING conveniently rockbottomauddescriptiouin Columbus Jf JIt TAYLOR DAYCARRIES IN STOCK A FULL LINE OF Ladies Dress Goods Ww l Gents Fur ishingsfLadies and Gents ShoesJ0W x- orGroceriesStandard Nrn Eo Lamps and ueensware 3 f f Cutlery and Hardware A 2 o 4 Boots HShoE=+ g I04 r In fact eyer thing usuallyiiJ i 4 foundin fir tclass store E T DAT MILLINERY CARRIES A COMPLETE LINE OF MILLINERY and LADIES NOTIONSIt DRESS GOODS- TRIMMINGS c RIBBONS HOSE c I JlT And sells everything so low that tim poorest may buy cLOTHING i r rIhave a nice lot of clothing which I intend I f j to close out and if you want a bargain in this I line do not fail to call at once I oLIOESI IAlso I will sell you shoes at 100 that I I have always sold at 125 and the same pro portion clear through if1 tRemember this is for CASH ONLY I J WIw ROSE t PiTHE PEOPLES FRIEND m ai- e B t f t fU G 4UEJJ 01 r- r r 1 Uf i jjNTINQi 1 5cENVELOPES C NOTEHEADS BILLHEADS 1 d LETTERHEADS SALEBILLS s I PROGRAMS CIRCULARS CATALOGS MINUTES I cIPressessc3a Power Paper Cutter and 40 Years i mi iyou want PRINTING come and see E cEitSPENCER COOPER enrrloJ mmnnnnmmnmmnmmmmmtnn1inntnm1 1 t 11 5THE LEADING DAILY OF THE 5 BLUEGRASS REGION IS a= 1 TOE MORNING HERALD I E= or Lexlagtoa Kentucky = s It has the fun Associated Pressw Despatches Special Correspondent cover 1 = tag the Blue Grass full Market Reports accurate and reliable news from = the oil fields Base Ball and sporting news a Society and Woman Prngu allII= grass Interest special articles on every question of general interest == Its Editorial Page Is recognized as the best la the State wItnow offers a MAP OK KENTUCKY the latest and best published to every subacrloer who pays six mouths in advance = It la now gluing with its Sunday paper the beautiful aeries of STAGS 3FAVOIJTKS issued by the Burr Mclntoan Studio every one of them worth = Eadollar = Now Is tho time to Subscribe 300 for Six Mouths == THE LEXINGTON PUBLISHING CO I Byn I 2 a BBCCXISBIMJB President Dual BaxcnaniDoi Mnnacer I 23 E a fitWWWWlmUWW111WWWWWWWW1ijlU1UI1JllJI1 l l l Y- H r JL AM I ii- ii =Gneral Debility Day hi 3J I t UlliV irl tl1t feeling Of weakness that asaoa s turden of Itself Food does nut strengthen t Slcip dues not rcCr h- Itt Is Lentl to dn hard to bcar what Alai6Crdi the wlwle system uf Fur tidy ionditlois taxv Hoods Sarsaparilta- j T aiuMth k ixl Llvos viwri and tone t to U iw ul iuIH kus and is oir di aro i11 I s w t alflYll 14 lea =fgA X mark shows that your time U up and unless you renew at once you may not get tthe paper next week F 0 Craft on Saturday bought of Willie Johnson an aged mulo for 70 An infant child of David Cox and wife near Sellers dud Sun day night of flux Mia Emma Sleot tho now music teacher at Hazel Green Academy hails from Warsaw Ky Mrs Fanny Tones with her lit tle son of Jit1 Sterling iid visiting her sister lrJ T DayiMiss Mary Pieratt has the thankst of the- eighths editor and his bettor seven for some nico tomatoes Dr Nickell reports the birth off a girl on Sunday night to the wife of Clarence Trim ble of Lacy Creek 1 Miss Eddio Daniel left Sunday for the Rock House fork of John son where she is teaching school HEALTH iis fully restored by the ami tunic Hoods Sarsaparilla and you remember the old layinr health IS WEALTH A large crowd from our town attended quarterly meeting of the- M E Church at Goodwins Chapel Sunday Quint Daniel says he is now pre pared to feed all the students who may desire to attend Hazel Green Academy Dr JA Taulbee who is now enjoying a vlry lucrative practice at Jackson was shaking hands with friends here Tuesday For Cuiisti niiGii yetetyonsIaautivrvrutlmldeulrcmCdrfrlatkar teedharIessuaderatlclreunil umcet lriecX s Sold by J1 C Stamper Grassy Creek I S Mr and Mrs F N Day spots Sunday with James Elkins and wife of Lacy Creek It was Fred firstouting in a long timo Misses Riuda and Quilla Had r dix have the thanks of tho editor and his bettor seveneighths for a basket of very line tomatoes t THE HEUAU and TwicoaWcek CourierJournal is only 125 for Enquirorfi rthe time to subscribe tfIAttorney D D Sublett and son of Salyersville passed through here Sunday en route to Campton wto Attend circuit court now in ses I sion there i Jimmie Perkins of Lacy Cree ihohas been sick with fever some l rapidlY convalescing and able to get aboutS the house some y k Jim Henry Day of Caney came t here Sunday to bring his broth Nathan who will attend tho com it aercial department of Hazel Green is g Academy and board with Lauford r Craft and wife1 Green Nickell and Mrs Rebecca Perry were united in marriage on 8unday at tho brides residence on a ft Toms Branch Morgan Count j The groom is the fatner of Mrs I M Ingram of our town Jj Johin L Davis and wife has had catarrh ef tho head for some timo past 1 and it has affected her eyesight to Bchan extent that at times sho- eani hardly seo Fred Day has materially im1 ii proved tho appearance of his roe f dance by the addition ofu corn iu fahon tho north side tho remod I Sling of somo of tho rooms shin r ling etc Taylor Whalcy did the Mork I E F Cecil and wife paid Lo- I i JBgtoi a visit last Wednesday and 5 turned Tuesday of this week at I CoPanied by Miss Sally GoodI Itinof L E Junction They 5 y andjtalnk 5 5 I T A Fallen writing from Wil mer Texas to Uncle Pros Trimble encloses an Express M Oof 125 for our combination of TilE HKII AID and CourierJournal and in a hurried glance at tho totter it was seen that nearly everybody there would have to buy corn only a halfbale of testes to tho sere was raised worth about 20otc But j on tho wholo he seems very well I satisfied I j County Attorney C C Fulks Ex Sheriff A T Combs lExCounty Clerk J 11 Hollon and Circuit Clerk J IF VmiBant of Campton KxAesessor George Saucy of Still j tt eterl1 Shrout of Mt Star j ling Green Lacy of Pin Hook I I I and H B Maupin of Catlottsburg were among the registered at tho Day Houso last week r i JohniI ago by hitting him with an ax handle was on Tuesday remanded I to the Campton Jail without bail Ho waived examination at the ex l 1 admittedIwhich ho has beets at liberty until Tuesday CASTORIAFor Infanta and Children i I BoughtIj Signature jiaZ7M I i Quite an ovation was tendered painterorntorII unlay night to hoar his dissortaj jj lnrgestIthere to welcome him andall who were present hIt tlwlIIsoheshighlyIl entertninedIl I I Say you want a wuteiIj I LexingtonIa sortsII ver ware etc can be had at tho Itsame place and a postal curd son him will lbring any desired infer matiou BheumaKIDNEY BACKACHEAll Bladder and gO 1 TOT ICJillifutoold by H F 1ieratt Hazel Greet K y Jim Cecil who bought the John hatimproved the dwelling by building l antsinorth end adding three shingling etc Albert Dye did tho carpenter work and Wells Bros of West Liberty tho painting Mrs F N Day has just received her first lino of millinery for this season and is ready to sorvo the hueri ReadymaJe skirts 250 to 000 Will have a nice line of Jackets I I and Wraps of latest style in a fow days Wait for them IRev Wm Tyler of Campton named as the supply f orI Hazol Green Rose Chapel and i ConfereekI failed to make appointment The first quartely meeting will begin on Saturday at Rose Chapel an hold over Sunday Keep It in Your Home proer1 erly take a dose of LYONS LextTi SYRUP It acts gently but effectually on the kidneys liver and bowels will keep your system in good working order and nake your complexion clear Sold by J C Stamper Gravy Creek Tho Campton department of this paper tho Campton Courier is ryen pant Republican and wo want ourI Democratic friends to undorstard positively that we are in no wi responsible for his utterances When Jim Cox of Toliver reads our letter from Northwest Missou ri ho will realize that while ho has tho biggest taters in this neck o1 tho woods he isnt in it a little bitII with our Western friend 50o Cents to make your babystrong and well A fifty cent bottle o- fxScotts Emulsion- will change a sickly baby to childcOaly one centto day think of if Its as nice as cream fiend for a free sample and try it scow BOWNH Chemlrts 9fti5 Pearl Street New York soc and LOP all druggists frMIION CQUi1IE1 II BEN 17I1EDITORAIL EFFUSIONS newspapers are praising President Roosevelt for his bold stand on the trust ques tion Itwould siifinIRoosevelt to the Presidency with neverjUnited States wore willing lessen by tho gods that Teddy was right on ovory question of tho day still1 if they can got some wenzly cran ky windyUMatcblesson the Democratic ticket theres where majority of tho patriots tvoul voto Now hush up or vote as you talk IIITRUSTS I Trusts I I Trusts 1 1 is ITtho continual cry of tho Demo 1CIAIB Yet it is a cold hard fact that the Democratic party has al ways opposed story measure look ing to tho regulation of trusts Tho Democrats never helped to pass laws against trusts in the his tory of their lives Tho only anti trust laws on the statute books wore championed and passed by Republicans LOCAL LACONICS Attorney John W Combs of Hiudman is in attendance at cir cuit Court this week Bruce Trimble of tho Mt Ster ling Advocate was in town this week drumming up subscriptions to his paper Mrs J B Rodwiue of is visiting her parents at this placo while her husband presides Ion the bench as Judge with his accustomed dignity County Clerk Tutt reports the following marriage license issued Richard A Guilders to Margaret Buchanan MJ W Carter to Mid u Horton Henry Charles to Sarah Reynolds On tho first day of court we no ticod tho following visiting attor neys T C Johnson of Tallega Charley Cardwell and John Tester of Landsaw Arbury Brooks of Hazel Green D D Sublott Salyersvillo and W W Vaughn of Lexington slTho District Annual Conference of tho Protestant Methodists held Churcla+ was quito lively on last Saturday evening In the midst of service a row broke loose between severall parties Tho preachers acted as commanders of tho peace and ordered arrests made Nono were made Tho steno looked owl y and boozy for a while Circuit court convened Monday with Judge D B Rodwiuo on tho bench Tho Judges charge to tho Grand Jury was to the point clear cut and sharp Following are tho names of the Grand Jurors Wm Little Granvillo Evans Jeri Childers Joo Leo Wilson Jr ceDLIIl1dBAwLeanderTaylorJoh n Henry Campbell Joel S Cox Sr Terreld1 Sr Henry Eidridge and Hour Banks Following is a list of the Pet Smitab IVvm Adams James L Wiroman Rainey M Culbertson Robert L Carroll Wm G Halsey Felix Pence CMi Dolphin Newton Alton J C Houudsholl John DHollou Paris WmBusdShadmk elford Harrison Little D B May Willie Hanks Newton IVillia msJ ByrdsC T Byrd exCity Attorney of Jackson who killed Goorgo Snti on the 4th inst at the mouth of Frozen Creek in Breathitt County has handed yo editor tho followi statement for publicationuIn view of the conflicting statements founded on rumor concerning my killing George Smith I think in justice to myself some of the facts iin tho matter should be made public Briefly the facts are these On the day before the killing Ire ceived a totter from Walter R Day to comp to his storehouse the next day to do some legal business for him I went had not been there long till George Smith called out saying that he wanted to see me He said that he undere I had threatened to kill him tho L first chance I denied having made tho threat and told him to bring his informer and I wouldjconvinco hiss that I had not Then SmithI said I hud been mad at him ever nce Bud Bohanan employed moI to defend him for killing Elcaney Smith a brother of George I toldII him gayrmo andsworo be was goingt pistolro I me went into the office ofrt th thetry to got Smith to leave Smit I wont off About onehalf hour became back with a friend with aI officedmo a coward toldI mo to come out that ho was goin t to kill mo Some one said Watch1 I out Byrd ho is going to kill cohenhabpored to bo in tho office peepedI around through the glass of the door Smith had his pistol draw I threw my gun around without taking aim killing Smith Smit I shot twice onto before and once after I shot knocking the glass r the door in my face Thou I left and as I did so several shots wero fired at me by follows behind boxcars One fellow across the river shot at me with a Winchester Smith tried to kill me once on theI train and backed out from dots so by me taking my girl in my arms This is a part of my side Ufless tho case which will be abundantly proven by good citizens But thereI are other startling facts that willjl develop on the trial of tho case This killing has nothing to do withl feund When the Breathitt authoritiesI and my friends think it safe f me to return to Breathitt I will doItso and stand I j Lingering trialII seaIson1 I may linger along for months A long siege liko this will pull down I the strongest constitution One upthoactsIIII croupbronchitistroubles Tho children liko it j ofFormerly Lived Here Richard Hord who with his fa thor and family lived here six 0of ToesIdnyI wholesale grocers Lexington and temporarily in this territory vu Staggs who is ouskerspiel The family who now live in will be remembered from the fact that tho older Mr Hord raised crop of tobacco with J T Day ft two years while Richard and two or three sisters attended Hazel I Green Academy By the way the eldest sister now a widow and t next one to Richard respectively are teaching schools now COUNTY NEWS NOTESI 0MTo insure insertion ALL corres byMondaythat nearby on Monday m oaiaE STILLWATER SPARKLES 1B 0 dryling courtHdangerouslyit ill writing Joe Tolson who lives on Upper Stillwater is on the sick list Squire J M Taylor while working wilh an adze cut his leg very badly ghon a mowing machine very badly Sunday Morton Rose son of Jeff Rose left Sunday for his uncles David Hogg of Grand 0 TII Stillwathfolks attended the meeting at Pine Hill and Meadow Branch Saturday and Sunday ngoProbably tho largest stock swap over made in this county was by B D Rose and John Brown lust week Tho doal involved abo 1000 J L Taylor wont to Beattyville Sunday well I guess the pawpaw I I hunting there seems to be some attraction in that county for him just now t Sept 15 PRESTO meSend 85c and get a free trial of Wilsons Morphine Cure tested tea eucfoodf 30y Calvort Texas f ti y HENNIKEKS OLD PIPE It WM definitely arranged and settled not stipulated for Henniker was never iin any condition to make stipulations he cur rendered at discretion from the very tint j noticedfromhisHenniker Irier and the faid hadIi I i T occ8lionlhII I charmIi baabeenmonths he seems to be as devoted as ever 1erhaps even more so The brier was really a gem from a olddt gets how many years he had it but he waltI Iltempt him to part with it wouldI I llennikeyat pipe Retting a little strong Tom IIiUtI I I 0He looked at her unIIj I it she pursued Dont think that I meant that It teemed to me that it was getting rIOrt of worn out I guess its good for awhile longer eheerfulIrightg I just like you cried Mrs lien Hiker with sweet fervor You always try to make the beat of everything and never mplain You would go on vmoking that ofbuyingand burned tobacco drylyAIennikeittto with a radiant face dontIlaidofme looking atII an It dotnnt matter what the il1cri criltionl but it assured him that the IIAtka hiIHe opened it and alter unrolling a lets quantity of tissue paper discovered light pipeHenniker green pipe case and within the canileii His expressed rapture was beyond cavil and be WlntI hardybesettgl prr+ rnt When he did hit wile stood by hu chair niid watched the filling and lighting with breath smokeIlennikerfaction Then you like it dear Like it exclaimed Henniker Yell 1 wasnt sure whether you would be cause of course I never dideach a thing as to buy a pipe before but I knew any way that whatever I got it would bean IOOrboy saidoIi i pe burned his tongue and it made the I tobacco taste like wood shavings but he might have been smoking a choice brand of hasheesh to all appearances When he started for the office he filled the pipe again and smoked it until he was out of the house Then he put it carefully in its cue and filled the old brier It was not very hard for him to begin moking that meerschaum again when he returned that evening If it had been Mr Henniker delighted smile would have been wasIrather hard to have to smoky it in the bur armchair after dinner That wu the par II time of all lima when the old j IItieular was dearest to bIIOU Presently a bright idea occurred to him igJltlly he said I have a thought I want to sort of consecrate this beautiful 01our mybirthdayannivcrtary of this day Ishall put it away in my treasure drawer for the rest the year and ou my birthday I shall take out and we will tit to llht and remem Iit r this evening as 1 stacks it I wont any tick of breaking it by smoking it 14- on ordinary days Its too tine for every saidC8day I his wife It was a beautiful thought andI just like you but I shall feel hurt if timen OUII Of course there was nothing to be said after that aOne ray all Henniker was filling the meer throughtment he stooped and caught it before it reached the ground but be tumbled to think of the nearness of the disaster What if he had broken it Whatheseem so terrible and he found hinwelf say ing half aloud I wish by the great horn spoon that I had broken it and blushed as well tie might A day or two after that for crime iis not alway of mushroom growth Henniker dropped the meerschaum again and picked it up itba slight dent in the side It was a week before be bad the courage to try again and then it dropped on a cwnent walk Another bruise was the only itII It was a sad ending Henniker was turning home after a bonafide late with the books at the office He livea to a northern suburb and his house is quite a- istance from the railway station It vas dark on this particular night but- enniker is courageous and was not in the least alarmed when the figure ofa man emerged fore him from the gloom and stopped beJJ Deg yr pardon mister said he figure but havent you got a little torycco about you I walked from Waukcgs todsyanJI havent had a bite to set I J gry but Im dead for a smokt It was o touching appeal jtexniker felt in his poccet and his hand stored on the pipe Whf should he not sake this poor forlorn fellow creature havpy Could a aetnobler honer purpose I haven t soother cigv r he said kindly but hereRa tillll tl at you can have if you like Help yourself to tobacco DiThe tramp half emptied the pouch and returned iiv to HennUcer with profuse er pretuion + of gratitud Thats all right said Henniker Got matches All right then Goodnight whichterera ce appetite Mrs Henutkcr aid Now Tom where your pipe Poor fellow you must be tired to death Henniker felt himself growing hot all ver He cleared his throat for the lie to 1there1 something stated at it stupidly It was not the brier It was the meer ntschaumChicago Daily News Rejected Manuscripts If you cannot place your storiesJ send ten cents for a sample copy of THE LITERARY CRITIC tbo maga zine for unsuccessful authors Ad dressLiterary Critic Publishing Co 50 Broadway New York tf forte GlTH OM drill Judge Amos Davis tried AadafonlwbitecriedFtsak the tide Pieratti race b a landslide And Boone May U badly guyed Hml Greta Ky T G WELL T xFE1r4Cle- aringC SoleiClothiqgnn- WE ARE BADLY OVERSTOCKED WE NEED MONEY WE NEED IT BADLY CLOTHING 1RRearess f NManntactnnr CosttI New Goods Latest Styles Best Quality Here is a chance to get GOOD CLOTHING at cheap prices k Mens AllWool Suits D499 Mens AllWool Best Flannels W 499aa Mens All Wool Best Cassimere Suits Jt 600T- his is about the cost of the trimmings 500 MENS LINEN SUITS i ICoat Pants and Vest at 125 Suit I IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS READ THISJBOYS SUITS BOYS SUITS BOYS SUITS 3 48ThreeI Suits 40 Cents up to 700 44 We can show you a better assortment than Y all the houses in Lexington together We are the only house in Lexington who sell the celebrated Alfred Benjamin Co Clothing Louis Gus StrausPLEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON KYfc WHEN BUYING WHISKEY MEDIOjLi USE C f FOR TO BE USED fcS fc J EVEQE You want good pure whiskey and at times all need whiskey either to ward oft colds and pneumonia or to build up the i system when from overwork or worry the vitality is below par We have good pure whiskey well distilled from choice grain well aged and matured with special care for t 1200 225250 PER GALLON c and we pack your jug in a nice prthat no one can tell what you are getting and send you a nice etcped glass anti corkscrew free Send us your order and let us prove that we mean what we say Remit by Post Office Money order or registered letter to the HAGAN DISTILLING CO Lexington Ky t CLARK 5 HOWARD CCONTRACTORSo AND BUILDERSj j 208208 E Main LEXINGTON KY Honest material master mechanics and consciencious calculations are their stock in trade Hence it is that satisfaction is guaranteed iiir largest Costomeis R Talk for us They are so well satisfied themselves that they tell others about the merits of Lexington Beer All who use it agree that it is the best beer they ever lrmk So will you if you give it a trial No beer receives better care in tho brewing and the bottling LEXINGTON BREWING COMPANY LtL t W R CRAWFORD CO Live Stock Commission Merchants FOR THE SALE OF Cattle Hogs Sheep 1tCincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI 0rt a ALSO Central Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY d 4 We have nn Eastern outlet for all desirable stock at highest prices Coadgaaseat solicited All correspondence cheerfully answered t- f t r b- ailsrationA go Coffee could only be bought e in bulk The 20th Century a way is the t- wa t s LioNOoffeefk ij Y sealed packages al r- Fucflterstn ways correct in weight Idean fresh uniform and iti 2 retaining its rich flavor fir n Loudou District Appointments Following is a list of appoint ments recently nmdc by tlio Met odist Conferenco C F Oney Presiding Elder IMiddlosboro J M1 Ferguson Pinoville Itcv Kossborry- Corbin To bo supplied LondonEo T Mclntyro JtSawyer supornuniorary Mt Vornon Jtunus Howol- lPittsbtirg I J W Jackson Irvine W H Ragan Calnpton J II Pence Fronchburg C P Pilo West Liberty Rev Stennett Hazel Green To bo supplied IHiudmanC W Williams Jackson M W Hinur STATE OF OHIO CITY OF TOLEDO S LUCAS COUNTY j Frank lCheneytnnkesoaththt ho is F J Cheney it Co doing busine yin the City of Toledo county at 1 s State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE IIUD EI DOLLARS for each and every ease Catarrh that cannot bo cured by the use of Halls Catarrhcurtj FRANK J CHKXKY Sworn to before mo and subscribed in inv presence this 3I layof December A D 1S8G A W GLEASON l SEAL S PublicSHalls Catarrh Cure is taken in Fbloodsystem Send for testimoiiinlsfree FJ CHKXKY A Co- lolldo O Sold by druggists 7oe Hulls Family Pills are tho best i Against the Contest The citizens of Georgetown held a mass meeting last Wednesday night to express disapproval t prize fight between Corbett and McGovern to tako place at Louisville September 22 were passed protesting against said contest as a violation of 1law 5tt c requecall lawful means vested in him by the constitution of the State to see that the laws of the State ore en forcedrond this flagrant violation of the law prevented A Parsons Noble Act 3 3Iwant all the world to know n writes Rev C J Budlong of Ash away R Iwhnt a thoroughlyI good and reliable medicine I found in Electric Bitters Theycured me of jaundice and liver troubles that had caused me great suffering for- manh years For a genuine all1 around cure they excel anything ever saw Electric Bitters are the surprise of all for their wonderful workin Liver Kidney and Stomach thati1 i Only 50c Satisfaction guaranteed and for sale by J T Day Ha Green or S S Combs Sons of Camp Qn To Join His Brother Lucien Arndld was tried in the Davies Circuit Court for the murder of Luther Robinson and found guilty last Wednesday his sentence being for life Lucien and his brother Hugh killed Robinson two years ago last June in Powers a Village of that county After a memorable trial Hugh was sent up for life I penitentinry Fortune Favors a Texan painsheadrig without usoDrwritwla Texas and soon felt like a new andlivertroubJcsT Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sous Campton druggists A Royal Good Fellow Grcean candidate1ito 0 and Morgan in tho next Legisla tune Henry is a hustler one of tho most enterprising men in t110of ismountains a royal good follow a true blue Democrat and will be the right man in tho right place itnonlinatedandelectedFroncIi r burg l4ews r For 28c in stamps you can cot a4 Tree trial of Wilsons Tobacco Curo Has cured thousands fCoup WiLsrrx 730y Culvert TYmo I irX 2ijl l iu SPUNGENT PARAGRAPHS 1Hard LuckThat is tough luck lgo into bankruptcy yesterday a j I1bscondJWitbi1myI SheuTllen Ill play with one hand and j you can piny with the otherHaor1yard Lampoon I Mans Manifest DutyUeIt is a woman duty to bebtsiutiful if thI stcanmake her think she ia whether she fa I or notStray Stories lieI pave Jones a bit of advices I told him that before he married hi I I girl he should look her mother over N SheuWell what happened HeI IuJones married the motherSLouis ro tDipatch It Is a wise old saying observed the humorous and thrifty farmer as he pocketed a rollthat money makes the mare go Then he hitched up told be I mare and pave the automobile a tow Into town Town Topics The Trial Trip The airship invent t or is elated that his craft should hare Iicse reminds me of some of these noble I1men How is that Proud of his descent Chicago Daily It l i guised Her ewsII Ofthe photographer fearfully She sayaI nobody recognizes her in tile picture That comes of his insisting on her shutting her mouth when he took it N Philadelphia North American harryh He ago he wouldnt have Maude if there wasnt another woman in the world and now their cards are out Griggs Thats all right There is another woman Iin the world Boston Transcript OF FLYING I lietI t j Drama of Enthusiast win i 8el De Realized I l Edison ogress with Hiram MaximI iI and Prof Langley of the Smithsonian Institution that the really successful I navigation of the air will come with the building of flying machines whichi depend on their power fur buoyancy henot on gas reservoirs of any kind San tosDiiniont is so far in accord with these eminent students of the problem he has tried so well to solve that h eI gasSas airships soccer ed one another and placed more antI more reliance on the motors be uses lor speed amilsteering It says little against the possibilities of aerial navigation observes the Cleve allandexperimenter in the same field where SantosDumont has won renown has just been dashed to pieces by the burstI ing of his airship while several hun 1dred feet above the streets of Por Such deadlyI accidents arc likely in t early stages of any successful device for locomotion on land or sea as well as in the air It is to be expected that a great discovery will always be paid1 for in blood That seems to bethe i law of life lint the point in regard to flying machines y which appears to constitute an iinsurmountable barrier to their lasting success is that they diner totally from 1any other machine or appliance which 1man has used in practical travel as to their destruction if forced to stop while in the element they are designed for The iris flying machine would reset ble a ship of great speed and power which could not be kept off the bottom ittto of the sea when it stopped moving zelnut how many persons would evertt ride on a boat which must sink if it ceased to make headway If it meant destruction for the engines of a steer ship to stop would steam have ma idej the least impression in peaceful travel j and in the transportation of freight upon the sailing vessels with which learners compete In war or for sport ventures might here been made with steam craft but in the course of normal traffic nothing would have been IIII t II hlieving that the dreams of wholesaleII navigation of the air by flying ma chines which hove been cherished in many lands for more than a century Ij will always remain fancies rather than Hv solid facts To Find the North Pole An is hoNorwayi northmagnetic pole it indeed such a spot exists for it has been suggest I cd that what is called the magnetici pole may not bo a definite point but a considerable area over which the needle would stand vertically There iII is also a question as to the nbsolu fixity in position of the I whpolei mand the expedition and the ship Gjoa has been purchased for its use The start is to be made in the spring of 1903 Youths Fnrottnnr CompanionII Tank notes for about half a cent Paraguaytakes ta blacked and eight to pay the postage a letter to England Yet one of them will orangethreewatermelony SunIFor Sale Cheap I Good farming lauds near Gle cairn Ky Will sell in tracts to nddressll Ky or the Eastern Kentucky Tim WinchesterKentucky Spend 1 and get 10000 I Multiplied Mistortuies j Ralph Cram a young man of Williamstown foil from a freight train near Sherman tho other night and lauded in a ditch where I remained helpless all night He was discovered tho next morningI LociHishis arm bend silo badly bruise- While going to the young man 1 G Cram an aged relative walked along tho railroad track as a fast train approached As the train was about to strike him a Ura kveil man jerked him from tho track and hurled him against a stone hitnCare of the Stomach ITate or woman whose dig j and whose stoma performs its every function is ue sick Kodol cleanses purif and sweetens the stomach and cu positively and permanently all omach troubles indigestion and dyspepsia It is tho wonderful constructive tonic that is maki so many sick people well and weak people strong by conveying to tin bodies all of tho 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sent in either new ones or renewals sailti1hcu you send in your subscription also send your estimates of the total vote for Governor in the three states Write your name address and estimate in the subscription blank below and mail to THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD thattarhour will be allowed The ollicial certificates of the Secretaries of the three States show ing the tutu vote for Governor will determine who are entitled to the prizes and the awards will be made disinterested committee ofby a prominent juges just as soon as the obtainedLITHere Is the List of tesTHESE FIVE SPECIAL PRIZES WILL ALSO BE PAID For the nearest correct estimate received before To the nearest correct estimator10OOO00 100000Toreceived on or To the third nearest estimator 100000 100000Tocorrect estimate received ou or To the fifth nearest correct estimator 20000 100000Tocorrect recehed on or To the next 12 nearest correct estimators 1500after Sept 1 and before Sept 15 100000 each 18000 For the nearest correct estimate received on or To the next 27 nearest correct estimator letOafter Sept 15 and before Oct 1 100000 each 27000 To the next 950 nearest correct estimators 500 Total 1000 prizes amounting to 25000X each 475000 VIn case uf a tie or that two or more estimators are equally correct prizes will be dividea equally between 995 prizes amounting to 2000000 them VALUABLE INFORMATION To aid in estimates j threeingl years Pennsylvania elects a Governor only once in four years elected Governors at the same time was as follows Michigan elects threlNewevery years 2646616Total vote for Governor in New York in 1894 was 1155085 ta 1898 the total aggregate vote for Governor la tuII h it 91II1SSTotal What will the total aggregate vote for Governor in these 0three states be on November 4 1902 t Figure it enter II MEANIIYOUIITotal vote for Governor in Michigan in Swas 397509rtl711737 The official certificates of the secretaries of ills states of II II 1 1I2I 408637New York Pennsylvania and Michigan showing the corn 61 it 1394 416928 bined total vote for Governor in these three states will doII II II illII1900II 1898 21161 bemade by a commIttee of prominent judges within 21 1143214days after the official vote is known atCERTIFICATE OF BANK PRESIDENT ij I hereby certify that the Press Publishing Association has deposited 25000 in the Central Savings 1 Bank Detroit Mich for the express purpose of paying the prizes to those making the nearest cor 3 estimates of tho Total Aggregate Vote cast for the Office of Governor in tho States of New Yort11 Pennsylvania and Michigan on the 4th day of November 1002 and that this fund can be used for no j ether purposoISUBSCRIPTION BLANKS eL i ell1resideatInclosed find Stoapply on Subscription Account Central Savings Bank Name 0000000000000 I 0 0 0 0 0 ou 0 0 0 00001h Poatoffico f r Estimates Without I q ESTIMATEfi 25 CENTS County State lank SUbscriPUI My Estimates of Vole for Governor in the three States are latoffice J U z i f es of Vote for 1 Governor State 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