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The Hazel Green herald: n. Thursday, September 25, 1902. The Hazel Green herald. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Spencer Cooper, Hazel Green, KY 1902 haz1902092501 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 25, 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. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 iLitADVERTISING RATES 1 Co1r1I I t Ir 10 O LfI 1ar u II I year 20 00 2 Inches I year 1000 Inch I veir 7 k 1 Announcements ate hID1 District tmitity mcrs ijl J3W aIIS m rniili o I1 rite iji ie line IIolieerllIOt TribtI Us Ac jrt t glcaliue where copy s same as locals Se a line 1 IInnl1ias THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD= = Established March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell F EIGHTEENTH YEARHAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 25 1902 NUMBER 10 t C fSPKNCKK Owner coolnThI Oldestt Mostt PopularI Mistt WidiljClrculatMI J I t and Mostt Quotedt d Paper Iin the Kentuckyt Motintainstt I YEAR Advance IiiTho Kind You Have Always Bought and whIch has been ii use for over 30 years has bornn tllA Alrrnntnn noP noubeen uiado under lila per sinco its infancy ono to deceive Ton In thill All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but I J Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health ofSI Infants and Children Experience against Experiment t What is CASTORIA Pnrojcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Fuverishncss It cures Diarrhoea and Windfit Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation tnncl Flatuleney It assimilates the Food regulates tho Stomach mill Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep Tim Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS S Bears the Signature of j t- j r i f Tie KM You toAlways Bought I in Use For Over 3O Years rTHCCCNU CO N u eIIUT NCW YOII CITYII t Profit Sharing i The Cincinnati EnQuirerT aota aldo 97000 j To be distributed to such of its readers who care to engage in an intel r lectual and profitable study A contest that will familiarize them with the population voting power and government of the State of Ohio t The Problem is What will be the Total Vote in Ohio for Secretary of State at the general State election to be held on Tuesday November 4 1902 12000 will be presented to one making the nearest correct estimate 12000 additional if an exact correct estimate is made making aIf total of 24000 lor a correct estimate An dditional sum of 10000 will be given by the Daily Enquirer for an exact correct estimate if received on or before July 31 1902 provided 1 such estimate is made by a monthly subscriber to the Daily Enquirer a time of making such estimate competence There are 4187 cash prizes in all several of which equal a lifetime I 100 for a years subscription to the Weekly Enquirer entitles sub scriber to one estimate I 150 for a monthly subscription to Daily Enquirer entitles subscriber to one estimate 11 50 cents without any subscription privilege entitles subscribers to additional estimates at rate of SQC for each estimate Do not make any estimate until you thoroughly understand this ProfitSharing Plan ot the Cincinnati Enquirer All estimates must be made on blanks prepared for the purpose and in conformity with rules andregulations made and providedII Send for circulars blanks etc toIENQUIRER PROFITSHARING BUREAUI i Box 716 Cincinnati O j I i ii- I THE CHICAGO POST Ir I THEHOME PAPERI I Eierr FARMER should read dally The Chicago PostIEferj LIVE STOCK Shipper should read daily The Chicago Post I Erery PRODUCE Shipper should read daily The Chicago PostIiI I i I Every GRAIN Shipper should read daily The 4THE GREAT MARKET NEWSPAPER THE BEST IS NONE TOO GOOD FOR YOU oewsp1II Suberjbc through your commissIon Orm newsdealer or pUblisher of per containing this advertisement Sarnpto cople scat froo oa rcijuei THE CHICAGO POST Chicago IIIII I I II i ii thsiown CoEffucationaI College iI I i 1 I BARDSTOWN KY Splendidly equipped Boarding School Full corps Jj Qf excellent teachers Uptodate work done in Art Music Elocution Literary Academic and College 5 Courses Normal Commercial anti Business Depait d q i month Confers the usual Literary Degrees Prices j f Moderate Opens Sept 8 1902II i XJC Je GDtt3eE2X F3E3CIi P CS I I OF EVERYj DESCRIPTION NEATLY CHEAPLY ANDi q rROSIPTLYEXECUTEDAT I OFFICE AND SATISFACTION 3DABANTEED IN ALL OASES Ii 1 EVENING 7 I i7JWet I T All softly gathered to the West I I rutTheAnd sunTillredii I The Tory color died And faded with theaway4V I The little birdIesI And made a gentle twittering t s jThey I And over hill and vale and dell t The peace of evening softly hill The flower gently folded up IM Their petals In a pretty cup U 4MdJ tilt fainter grew the western light Till twilight mtlt d Into night And Nature as th noon arose CalledI sot tely for a sweet repose Oh huh the silver moonbeams said hodVhrrechildlshtormAllllushed light1hey Good night deartestI Constance M Lowe in Casnlli Little Fo- lksTOLERABLiJI A SMART BEAR 00eald he was mighty glad he J didnt haTe any gun or hed a felt all his life as If the mark of Cain was branded onto his brow So hj told me said the man from the nob country to a New YorkSunman The way it came about Gil had been talkin conslderbl for quite a spell and I up and says after while Gil I cays aint therequitoapas ill o lyin done about bear up your way I says Cause Gil live nigh the headwa ters and u folks dont git to go that part o the Knob country very often Consequence is that the things we hear from there every now and then per tickly whwi Gil comee down and drops In on us over to the Eddy pears to me runs pretty nigh to bein ainazin So I siys to iilIAint there quite a paWl o lyin done about llearli up your way I says I guess mebbe youd think w saysGil if youd ever hear Jehiel or oldI Jorum or even Elis Sam git to goin about em some fine day say Gil Lyin I should say so And its aIshame too There aint no sort o need o lyin about bears ays ho Bears is tolerble smart sometime though up your way aint they say I A trifle says Gil sort o careless like Jest a trifle I take 1C says he Then I didnt say no more but turned to Reuben and says that things was a leetle backward this spring wasnt they Just as if I didnt care anything more about Gil or his headwaters bears and was gobs to argue things more substantial knowin that Gil wasnt never gobs to let me off that way though jost ae well as I knowed he was t ttin there on the shoe box chawin horned tobaccoIKeuben was gittin all ready to My some thin about things bein back warder this spring than he had knowed em to be in 40 year and then mention a few springs that tome tolerble nigh hemeta backward M thUun when Gil he shove his hat to the beck of his head and nays Smart he says ITe idwat rs bears uiuirt Why he says dont you mind that un that played It eo smart on me lust spring Dont you mind that un IMnJ says he Keuben wiggled so over bein sot back in his backward rpringin that I thought at tint that he was aimln to take Gil by the neck and shet him and hk bear off right on the start but he didnt lIe only jest charted a little and titled back onto his cheer and tilt ed it agin the counter U Dont you mind that un Dan lays Gil I thunk a minute and then I asked Gil if it was the one that had stole the nine cords o bark from him and run it over and piled it up onto Gideon slideway Was that un the one Gil I says and bycats Gil never winked or blinked orlooked surprised No he says M unmitigated as could be No Danl that un aint the one he says I sarcumvented that un dont you mind and made him run the hull nine cord o bark back and put it where he found It says Gil and Reuben then did everlasinIy snort and I thought sure he was boun to choke heIto ask or to be any more ques tions I rolled a barl o pork into my cabin up along the headwaters git tin ready for barkpcelin The barl was chuck full o nice hunks o pork clear to the chimes and when I opened it to git out some o the pork a week or so afterward dingbusted if as much goneIother had aneaked into the cabin opened the barl took out the pork and lugged it away after headin the barl up agin QB tight and snug as it was when I rolled it in Dan I was so tarnal mad that the way I ripped and tore I bet you could a cut chunks o washin blue out o the air around that cabin After while I sot down to try toII think up who it could be that was tealln my pork so sly and cunnln And who do you spose I thunkof as imoron likely bein the one Danir your pap Gil I asys was It7 GilI snorted right out cauM knowed that folks said that when thing turned up missis along Mtne headwaters the firat thing folks done wax to go Me if them thing hadnt sort o loItered OUs old mea ii js l j home durin the nlghtbefore But Gil he said itt be didnt lay it to his pap jestIlayIti that I thunk of Old Si was cnmpfn not moren two Jiiilc front mo and I hud my idee about him So I jest says that my pork had stuck to him some way and got out o my bailiwick nut it was mehben good thing fer me that I thunk a leetle furder before porkbackthen I says what woe I thinkinahout Old Si would quick enough foe ten on to the pork all right but he never would have gumption enough to head up a barl like that barl was headi ed after doln of it Taintjold Si I- fiGye So I jest sot down and thunk that the heat way to find nut who the smart thief was would be few me to hide and watch for him and sal did The second day o watchln Danl I see a big bear come Hlouchin out of the brush nigh to the cabin and there I hadnt no gun Me livin along the headwaters knowin the head waters as to bear and iwin there in the woods without n gun I was mad nnd I was sorry for I thought I moot ns well as not gather in n nice lot o bear while I was wntchin to tee who stole my pork and there I didnt have no gun 4I was jest on the pint o pittin up antI pitchin into the bear anyhow when I happened to think that if the pork thief came along hed more titan likely have a gun nud that of course hed knock over the bear KO that when I jumped nut and took the consariicl thief by the neck while he was loadili himself with my pork ngiti Id lone a nice fat bear nnd a good pelt beside gittin the pork thief So I laid low cud said nothin The bear he nosed around a spell and then dim one o1 the corner pole 0 the cabin to the roof edged nlonir to the chimly and then let lilmxclf lown the chimly right into tho cabin I didnt suspicion the bear even then Danl says Gil but sneaked up to the winder and peeked through Say you could a tumbled me over with n chippy birds feather 1 was so flabbergasted over what Ir seen The bear was a workin at the pork barl and a good deal quicker than I could a done it myself he unhcaded hint barl Yes sir Danl Took off the top hoop and lifted out the head o the bnrl Then the bear took out two nice hunks of pork He sot thefty and rat them while I was lookin at him Thru he licked his pawn and bin chops took out another hunk o pork laid it on tho floor headed up the burl ns slick is a boas cooper could a done it took the hunk o pork under hut arm kun up the chimly like a monkey dropped to the ground as easy as nothin anti trotted off into the brush grinnin enough to make a feller crazy before I could say boo Danl says Gil then I was glad I didnt have no gun If Id a killed that bear says he MM a felt nil my life as if the mark o Cain wan branded onto mybrowsayeheAnd as could be Reuben without ever tecterln hia chair level says to Oil Dont knaw but what you mawt as well have the mark 6 Cain on your brow says he as to have Ananias and Sapphlry stamped all over you plainer than the brands on an army mule says ReubenI say nothing but jest thunk what kind o things it must be that Jekiel or old Jorum or even Elis Sam mowt be able to tell about headwaters bears when they got to goin Woe IB th rreaek Army The cantinieres form a rankwhich Is peculiar to the French army Each regiment has a woman attendant who is a sort of nurse aotf consoler to the young soldiers especially She is not young or handsome aa a rule and is regimentPhUadelphla ALL WOMEN Wino of Cardul Is the guardian of a womans health and happi ness from youth to old age It helps her safely into womanhood It sustains her during the trials of pregnancy childbirth and motherhood making labor easy and preventing flooding and mis carriage It gently leads her through tho dangerous period known as tho change of li- feWINECARDUJ cures leucorrhcca falling of the womb and menstrual irregularity in every form It is valuable in every trying period of a womans lifo It reinforces tho nervous system acts directly on the geni tal organs and Is the finest tonic for women known Ask your druggist for a 100 bottle of Wine of CardulBateiville Ala oiy Ii lao I am l1a OICrdui and Thd fords BtackDringht sd I foil like a dlDcirnt woman already Several Ia dies here keep the medicine in their homes all the time I have three girl sad they ass using it with set KATS sWDD Ice adytee aZId Utensim aMre stt1Bc IJIDpoaI on lad Adty Dews m on xCGRIPIIIr- CIIaIiIUOOPo T- eLITL 1 l Poorly I II For two years I suffered terribly from dyspepsia with great depression and was always feeling poorly I then tried Ayers Sarsaparilla and in one week I was a new manJohn McDonald Philadelphia Pa Dont forget that its Ayers Sarsaparilla that will make you strong and hopeful Dont waste your time and money by trying some other kind Use the old tested tried and true Ayers Sarsapa rilla StNikoUl All drsijliti Ask row decker whet be think of Ajert SuttptrUla He know ll aboutthis grand old family medicine Follow Ida ethic sod w e will be eatltlled J Co Area CoO Lowell Bass DOGS REFUSE TO STARVE Tk Clever Little Joke of e- rolssor Oerata Wh Wave CaU4 to Colombia VBlTareltjr ISome little time ago Prof Hirth who was called from Munich Ger many to Columbia university as Chine lecturer lived In the same house with a rabid vivisectionist then prac tlclng on half a dozen large dogs Hirthc colleague was trying to find out how long the dogs could stand being left without food before they would fall upon and devour each other The dogs were fed on wind for two week yet looked round and happy The vivIsectionist couldnt understand it says the Washington Post The kennel being closed on all sides it seemed impossible for any title to feed the dogs on the sly Still the fact remained that they re fused to starve even after a months apparent fasting Then the vivinec tioniut watched and discovered1 that late at night Prof Hirth had lowered large chunks of horse meat into the kennel from above Hirth had al lowed each dog six pounds of horse steak and bone a day Close Croppers I Sheep and cattle cannot pasture over the same territory Where the sheep wander the grass IIs gleaned with the devastation of a prairie fire and the odor is such that cattle will for weeks shun the range Beware of the Knife No profession has advanced more rapidly of Into than surgery but it should not bo used except where absolutely necessary In cases of piles for example it is seldom needed DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo cures quickly and perma nently Unequaled for cuts burns bruises wounds skin diseases Accept no counterfeits 411 was so troubled with bleeding piles that I lost much blood and strength says Ji C Phillips Paris IllUDe Witts Witch Hazel Salvo cured me in a shore time Soothes and heals Mexican Veteran Reunion The National Convention of Mexicon Veterans will hold its an nual convention at Paris Ky be ginning today All survivors of tho war their wives and children and the widows and children of all dead veterans ore invited to be presentCol Craddock of Paris and W S McChesney of Lexington will deliver addresses Cures Eczema Itching Humors Especially for old chronic cases tako Botanic Blood Balm It gives a healthy blood supply to tho af footed parts heals all the sores eruptions scabs scales stops the awful itching and burning of eczema 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 Rowan County Enterprise The Louisville and Portsmouth Fire Brick Company of Rowan County with 100000capital stock incorporated in tho office of the Secretary of State Tuesday The company will manufacture fire brick and prospect for oil gas and asphalt Tho offices of the company will be at Haldoman Rowan CountyMt Sterling Ga zette Lingering Summer Colds Dont let n cold run at this sea son Summer colds are the hardest kind to cure and if neglected may linger along for months A long siege like this will pull down tho strongest constitution One Minute Cough Cure will breakup tho attack at once Safe sure acts atonce Cures coughecolds croup bronchitis all throat and lung troubles The children like it ii i r r Ai Amelia Honorable Wo owe some of the little folks an apology for not noticing social in their set last week and now hasten to mako the amendo honorable lest some of them cry out hYou cant holler down our rain barrel any more The eliminat ed event was a birthday social celebrating the 10th anniversary of the birth of Miss Frances the little daughter of Dr A C Nickell and wife on Monday Sept 15th The list of guests was not sent us but Mary Pieratt and others of like age attended and all had an enjoyable time to be sure So them now A Boys Wild Ride For Life expectinghim KingsNewConsumptionCoughs 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 Bron chitis Coughs Colds and Grip prove its matchless merit for all Throat and Lung troubles Guar tend bottles 50Q and 1 Trial bottles free at J Taylor Day Hazel Green and S S Combs Sons Campton drugstores One of Our Best Friends Onr old friend P B Winn of Winchester was a guest of the Day House Thursday and Friday incidentally shaking hands with old friends and making new ones Phip has not visited hero before for a long time and many who knew him quite well formerly at first glance didnt recognize him the other day Ho has cultivated a corporosity that any councilman might fool proud of and is enjoy ing perfect health He is now with the Citizens National Bank Winchester where ho will be glad to see any of his friends any time 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 matter and do it so gently that one enjoys the pleasant effects They are a tonic to the liver Cure bil preventfever A Skunk Farm A skunk farm has been established near Willard Carter County by George Adams and Henry Mc David two enterprising young men They have enclosed about two acres with a wire fence and have stocked it with about 100 of the scented animals and expect this winter to be ready to market their furs They have some valuable animals on tho farm Mt Sterling Gazette Not Doomed for Life 411was treated fpi three years by good doctors writes W A Groom McConnellsville 0 for Piles and Fistula but when all failed Buck lens Arnica Salvo cured me in two weeks Cures Burns Bruises Cuts Corns Sores Eruptions Salt1 Rheum Piles or no pay 25 cts at J Taylor Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sons Campton drug stores Trade Edition The Mt Sterling SentinelDem ocrat recently published a double number of that journal containing a writeup of the business interests of Mt Sterling Several thousand extra copies were sent out The work was well done and we congratulate the publishers upon this evidence of their enterprise For Sale Cheap Good farming lands near Glen cairn Ky Will sell in tracts to suit purchasers Call on or address H F Bradley at Glencairn Ky or the Eastern Kentucky Tim ber and Lumber Co Winchester Kentucky 5tf Tried to Kill His Sister James Pieratt a farmer living near Owingsvillo was arrested last week charged with an attempt to kill his sister Mrs W M Jones with a pistol For 28c in stamps you can got a free trial of Wilsons Tobacco Cure Has cured thousands CORP WILSON 730y Calvert Texas t j c Ii oJo w I SUBSCRIPTION rn 0 RATES I Il 1x j Three One months year month in advanceI00S- ix 55 t + Single copy The date after your name time you are paid to You 30IIrenew 10 days before time iis out au always give postoffice county state when renewing or to have 0 address changedBB II I COUNTY + DIRECTORY + HAZEL GREEN POLICE COURT H F PIERATT JudgeJJ M NICKKLL Marshall W N NICKEIL Deputy Marshall HOARD OF TUSTEES W O MIZE Chairman W H CORD Joiiy D DAvIS Jolly M ROSE Jolts H ROSE 0 CIRCUIT COURT Third Monday in January Fourth Monday in April and Third Monday in September DAVID B REDWINE Judge CommonwealthsAttprneyJ C G HANKS Trustee 0 Jury Fund ICOUNTY COURT First Monday in each month JudgeWFRANK STAMPER Sheriff AttorneyJ I I S N HOBBS Assessor SurveyorFRANK J W TAULBEE County Supt 0 MAGISTRATES COURTS TIME OF HOLDING AND OFFICIALS t FIRST DISTRICT ELIAS SHOCKEY Magistrate No time set for holding courtSECOND RosEJltstable Court days First Thursday in February May August and November Meglotrate FlbruaryMay r FOURTH DISTRICT R R LEGO Magistrate WM SPENCER Constable Court days First Friday in March June September and December FIFTH t SIXTUJ N CHAMBERS Magistrate in both districts DAVID BANKS Constable Court days Third Friday in February May August and November SEVENTH DISTRICT B F BoLTS Magistrate PORTER CLARK Constable Court days First Saturday in March June September and December EIOIITH DISTRICT GEORGE OLIVER Magistrate No constable and no set time for holding court A GOOD POSITION Awaits every worthy graduate of the Elliott Commercial Schools- OF WEST VIRGINIA WHEELING FAIRMOUNT CHARLESTON CLARKSBURG I j dF If you cannot outer one of our schools writo for full informa tion concerning our Short Hand course by mailIW B jWheolingJ AOODFARMI 12I 5ACRESI waters of Falling Water in Wolfe county Ky 70 ACRES cleared ready for plow A JM good log house of two rooms good log barn and plenty of water for 5 family use and stock Plenty of timber for all fencing Eight miles from Hazel Green 8 miles from Campton and 3 miles from May town Possession March 1 1903 m7flINCASHWilibUyltD FFor further information call or address THE HERALD 5tf Hazel Green Ky ROSE WHEELER PRACTICAL BLACKSMITHS AND- WACONMAKERS HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of the farmers of this vil emily to their improved facilities for blacksmithing and wagonmiwng aa well as repair work of all kinds A full force of first clue 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 is re spectfully solicited and will be duly ap preciated Respectfully Ac ROBE WHEELEB COTXHKAD8K T =GETYOUR LttrbudBar BUIIcprlatsd at JtiLD f t + r r 4 WE HEHALDy SPENCER COOPER Editor l HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Sept 25 1902 ij +D61 OQRRTIQ+TIQKE + l FOR CONGRESS RONa Fr A r HOPKINS I i OF PRESTONSBURG t E AllllOlllllEmEllr P 1or Circuit Court CIrrk- HOLLONt Wo aro authorized to i announce L U HOLLON as a candidate i for the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Wolfe County subject to the action of the Democratic party p lteprrarnlnllsopi PIERATTo are authorized 1 to announce H V FIKKATT as a candidate i leglislaturet EDITORIAL + ERUPTIONS 1 j RVSKU SAGE says this country is upon tho verge of tho greatest r panic in its history Trusts he says by extravagant management and reckless overcapitalization will soon bring terrible financialj reverses in which all share wheth er responsible or not Some mentI have laughed at Uncle Russells prediction and he has asked themI these questions When every com modity is controlled by a trust e IeIgitimate 1 0Y pay industry is capitalized at four to I E ten times its value how can all pay dividends If tho people cannott get food and clothing nor capital1l I combiInationsr prosperity hascertainly I us something to think about in the shown questionsOOOO THE total stock of monOjof allI kinds in tho United States Sept las reported by the Treasury De partment was 2f7980G217 being an increase of 57440681 over that on tho same date last year Tho amount in circulation was 2 197 759824 which based upon an estimated population of 79344 000 is a per capita of 2855 The per capita on Sept 1 1901 Wa 2818 and on the same date in 1900 was 2t335OOOO A PROMISSORY unto though exe cuted on Sunday is valid if deliv ered on some other day and thorn fore an answer averring that the I note sued ou was signed pu Sunday I without any averment as to the day of delivery does not prevent a defense according to the decision of the Kentucky Court of Appeals in the case of Hofer vs Cowan etal 0000- Pltt9lnl T ROOSEVELT it lis said has determined to make the Pana ma Canal commission a purely military body The army is to build the canal The man for theI head of this commission must be- nY man in whom the President hasI unlimited faith That man iisI General Leonard Wood his boonl companion and comradeinarms 0000 TIlE Boston Record says The l President ought to bo newly im pressed with the fnct that he ha 1stall right to personal indiffer 1soreto peril He is as much re sponsible for his own safety till I lOOtat least performances worn to perform In fact it is part of his duty t 11 0000 t- a r tAU PALMER the fatuous the 4 atrical manager saystor all1 methods of reaching the public newspapers are by far tho best IX rYears of practical experience covering all kinds of publicity 0000h Kt ab0aad for the benefit of his nervous sy tern is I j automobiling the rateof 95miles probablyty t res P cure I rY 4 Y pt e +i- Y fj 4 3 V PLATT says tho strike will end iin two weeks Mitchell says the end is not in sight Tho poor cool con sumer meantime pays the bills 0000 I BKCAUPK his rovolvor was defec tivo atd discharged ball into hisIIj i I nlAllllIt i might have Loco overlooked had1II nted- i another mans back been porfor i 0000 i INASMfcii as President Roosevelt I Started on Friday to make his 18 i day New England tour which had j such A tragic termination the su- perstitiousj are pointing to tho day and number us horrible lioo doos I 0000 I IA NEW Your newspaper is trying to guess out what this correspond eat wants Kindly let mo know what I can got those clean squirts they aro in tube form like they sell on nil excursion bunts I do not mean animizers 0000 i ItiI the Chicamauga battlefield so rep idly that several troopers of hi escort tho Seventh Cavalry wore unhorsed and the nmbulunce had to be called into action 0000 Oat of the last remarks of Hill Craig on leaving Oyster Hay with the President is said to have born that he winded he would get over the habit of starting on his trips on Friday and making them of 13 days duration 0000 Wu Ant reminded that in event of real war along tho southern coast of Now England the army would bo reinforced by the navy and that a foreign tleet would therefore have greater difficulty Rhodeil 1GOLDEN WEDDING Swango Cele Iebrate this event and Mrs Jesse Swango cele brated their fiftiothwedding anni versary at tho homestead six miles south of Paris About 100 guests the majority relatives were press ontoA table in tho yard accom tendered 50 people This table was loaded with good things Mr and Mrs Swango wore mar 1tied Sept 10 1y52and wont Hazel Green Knnd spent toII with hisyear parents Thy caino back to Illinois where they I have since lived There are no bettor citizens in Edgar County than they In a little cabin they began housekeeping but are now situated in a beautiful home at Swango Station By economy ands industry they have accumulated nice competency for their old age Many nice presents were received and after dinner RevH M Brooke made atnlk Sylvester OHair played on his fiddle Paris Ill Gazette IOur Grand Offer IUntil further notice we will give every now subscriber andevery old one who renews choice of the following papers They are abso lutely free and given as an induce ment to take TIlE HERALD Here they are The Toledo Blade Republican The Sunny South StoriesCc Homo and Farm Farmc Our Republican friends should surely avail of this grand chance to secure their political bible free the ladies will find Sunny South a literary gem and farmers and their wives will bo pleased with Homo and Farm Subscribe today ONE OF THEM IS DEAD Two Fatally and Three Slightly 5Wounded in a Breathitt Fight Over a Trivial Quarrel theILexington Leader Sept 22 says As the result of a quarrel between two boys near Callahans store on Strongs Creek this county Gar den Donton was instantly killed Harrison McDonald and Dutch Burton probably fatally wounded- and Will Burton Bud Thompson and Rhodes Hall slightly wounded inlatihand the others joined in Pistols wore drawn sod the lighting bo came general Alex Riley has been arrested and charged with the killing Mrs Alice Pieratt and children spent Sunday with Grandma Dul cina Pioratt on Blackwator 1IIIIII s dt+ r Public Spealiag Hon Frank A Hopkins Demo cratic candidate for Congress will speak at tho following times and places Salyorsville Monday Sept 29 IIHazol Green Wednesday Octt I1aytotvn Wednesday Oct 1 Pomorojton Thursday Oct 2 Frenchburg Friday Oct 3 1Mt Sterling Saturday Oct 4 Mr J G White is invited to bo present and is tendered n division of time F Spoaking will begin at 1 p1 in at each place except Maytown where it will bo at G oclock p m Catarrh Is nn oxcrsslrn secretion from the morons membrane acconiimnlol with chronic inllam mutton Hood Sanmparilla acts on this mu coos membrane through the blood and radi cally cures all cases of catarrh Take Hoods Lizzio Barker wife of IFloyd Bar ker died on Tuesday morning and was buried Wednesday on Holly Wilsons farm SHERIFFS SALE VIRTUE OF an execution to me BYdirectedwhich issued from the office of tho Clerk of the Breathitt Cir scoif Court in favor of W 1L Day dtc and against S F Knssell I will on the Oth day of October lJO2 it being Coun ty Court day between the hours of I1 oclock a in and 4 oclock p mtat the courthouse dour in Campton Ky ex pose to public sale the following de scribed property towit A tract of land on Stillwater in Wolfe County Ky and hounded as follows to wit Beginning ou a walnut tree land ing near the bank of the creek at Hiram i riwangoa line Thence a southerly die rection to J D Hullona line Thence a northerly direction to 11 S Hoses linenow aS Itaseat line Thence with his line jc the ridge to Joel Gevcdons line Thence with his line to Hiram Siwangos line Thence with his line to the begin wing For lurther description see deed from A M Swango to d F Russell Deed Hook 5 page Skirlud will pro reed to sell said load or so much as will be necessary to satisfy said debt interest and all costs thereon U the highest and best bidder on a credit of three month + from the day of sale the purchaser giv ing bond with approved security bearing 6 per cent interest hem date and have the force and effect of a replevin bond on which execution may issue if the same shall not be paid at maturity when and where due attendance will be given by me This September1Sth1p0T Sheriff Wolfe County Liveri Pills Thats what you need some thing to cure your bilious ness and nodtdigestion Aycrs IPills are liver pills They cure constipation I and biliousness laxative 2 j Gently An druRib- talixuar un ut rh ra arJ buuhlulLrounerrlcAhlac2 iL note BUCKINGHAMSI lDYE vhskers- I i C1 o f1 R 0 FML rG hr a N Lexingtonx i and Easternr Railway r Time Table hi Effect September 1 1902 EAST BOUND X02 I 11Ia No 4 DoilySundapti l ii LcI1 AMLre Ojiai LcxingtooJ 01 7 15 am Winchester 25 am 3 5C pm4o 1lay City 018 13 am I 00 i iuiH UStantou i1111 9 23 am 4 35 a 54 am 4 49 Bridgej7 08 am 5 11 IWISillsat 10 29 am ti II U 20 am 0 15 Will 30 am VEST BOUND 01 DullySundayj I Suntlayii A I ArrlIArrI 10 10 am I 6 05 pm 9 25 am 5 20 pm 8 3i am 1401Torrent140 39 pm 8 2S am 430 pnl 8 01 4 OL pm 7 17 G 3 47 pm 7 26 aw1StantonI iU 326 pOI 0 29 l90j 2 30 pm G 25 941 2 25 um 0 Ie K BRANCH EAST BOUND So 33 No 21 Daily ez STITIONS Daily ex Sunday Suatlay 3 30 0 Jackson 0 11 20 3 35 G OAK Junction c H 20 4 17 11 IVilhunt 11 11 52 4 30 13 Hampton 13 11 58 5 10 20 Lee City0 12 22- G IS 22 Helechawa 22 12 28 5 45 2i Cannel City 27 12 45 PM Asa I PM Ana WEST BOUND So H No 22 D i1rex = STATIONS Daily ex Sundaya m Sunday 9 15 9Jackson 0 235 9 10 t OK Junction Ii 2 30 8 28 I11 Wilhnrst ftl 1 58 S 15 I13 uaIUPton L2 7 35 20 Le laity 28 7 2e 22 lI lerbaa 1311 22 7 00 27 anuei City 05 A 3II LyE Lys Nos 3 ant 4 make close connection for Cannel City and points on Ohio and Ken tucky Ilaihrnj Division daily except San dayNos 1 and 2 connect at L E Junction with Chesapeake and Ohio fur Mt Sterling aud local point DeattyvilleJunctionexcept Sunday ManagerCQAST K MORGAN 8 T A t jr s t l H F PIERATT H C QUICKSALL H FU PIERATT ii 1 CO DEALERS IV- ooeoeeoeeeeoaaoooeoo4oceooeooeeaoooooooooaeoooooaeeoeel I 11110 000 fr 10000 I General Meroliandii I Jaeooeeoooaoeoeeooooooeeovoeeooo4er oc sa4ooa oeeeoveeoe4aeeaedoeoeo o andiCountry Produce SIP YOU CHEAP WITH THE CASH as that is the only safe amil reliable way to do business PLEASE DO NOT ASK FOR CREDIT 1l1111SllCttlllly F H F P2ERATT CO PS Qr Q i WANT GOODS COME All parties now indebtedl to mo ft- It should cull and settle or there will It hu A HOT TIME IN THE OLD iTOWN TODAY ns I am deter mined to wind upI all myoutstand y J ing business Thanking you for Ipast patronage and moro especi ally if you will 1pay mo for my goods you have consuutrdc I remain respectfully l H F PIERATT B CECIL BROS tDple th funcg Grocers Have in lock and yell Luw fur CASH the following goods APPLLE MUTTER llc quart jar JELLIESI all kinds J5t plnsses 2rc PEACH LEAF LAUD lIe rer pound UGAlt 61c to ijc per pound i i CAUOVA COFFEE Lost in town lllJc IJOXKlE ItOLLEP OATS lc package t WEET POTATOES cnuud1efor 25c KRAtTI H pound can H c CORN Ulc per can j 1EAS 11 cans Tic CSTHAUNESS IJRIDIII iUAKITE WAlE Ac Ac Everything fir t close and fresh and YOU AVE MOXEY un evervtliing you bnylofua 19 t iI Olvll mlmm gltetif nfeff11 QOmit J4mtE tars t 11 RICHMOND KENTUCKY J W McGARVEY Jr President t Offers advantages no other school in Kentucky affords Situated in a j beautiful country Most scholarlyl faculty in tho State Music depart i must unsurpassed Frequent illustrated lectures by the President on his j J travels in Europe and the Holy Laud Sickncts almost unknovn Good table ESTWrite for catalog 1 dJv t 2 BEDUCTO R E 0U 0C T O IIfl n perfectly harmless t eg le compound It poi lively and permanently eliminates corpulency aud Rupcriloui flesh It iis a CURE ABSOLUTE and as harmless as fresh air Thousands of patients have used this treatment Phy sicians endorse it Write to us for sample FREE TREATMENT Send 25 cents to rover postage etc Correspontleuce strictly confidential Everything in plain Denied package You can wake It Heducto at home it you desire you Mace no fear oreil tflocts Address GINSENG CHEMICAL CO 3701 SO JEFFERSON AVE ST LOUIS MO IRE IRo 0 E U G T 0 laBDUCT i findtedr UdtJ IYINCHFaCtB1Y X II WITHERSPOON President It D lIUNTEIt Cashier Paid up Capital 10000000 Surplus 2000000 Handsome deposit of 40421048 This Bank solicits the account of merchants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and offers its customers every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits oj legitimate banking oct8ly ROBERT P KASH The originator of LOW IRICE is wholesale dealer in LOUR SALT aud solicits too patronage of the m echoers of the mountains He also corgis a complete line of G T- En C01tF3 Mmbracing ever thing usually found in a firstdass country store and the pur Phermay rely always upon getting the YC moneyHend see and andIcaLorneAI bu I pricesjJD legitimate competition Call on cr wlrito me before buy ing ROBT P KASH S i MeCttnseqnKy 1 5 i W T CASKEYH- AKI innS KY I I Dealer iin GeneralI IMerchandise I and Country Produce i I t LAnGEIII t Dry Goods Notions I f GEMS FURNISHING GOODS l LADIES AND GETS TIES READYMADE CLOTHING HATS AND CAPS UOOTS AND SHOES I PATENT MEDICINES DRUGS OILS fu fieI SfSSfln1 fact everything usunlly kept in i a first class general store Call and examine his stock and hear his prices He will treat you nicelyI I OLD FATHER TIME Has made remarkable changes in the manufacture of WATCHES AND CLOCKS DesignsIPRICES RANGE FR- OM5lGtO5JBHIIiIj5 buythatI FRED J 9HE8WTZ0 9 East Main Street Opposite Phwnix Hotel LEXINGTON KY V ANfJEDSay 5000 acres i cOJ1velii to Columbus Ohioi State rock descriptionlin1 bus Ohio 510 t t I t J0- I TAYLOR DAlYWYCAUKIES IN STOCK A FULL Ladies Dress Goods Gents Furnishings Ladies and Gents Shoes Standard Groceries Lamps and Queensware Cutlery and Hardwaret Boots Shoes Hats Caps usuallyfound T I E DAY MILLINERY CARRIES A COMPLETE LINE OF MILLINERY and NOTIONS LADIEStDRESS GOODS TRIMMINGS c RIBBONS HOSEc JCtfAml sells everything so low that tho poorest may buy j CLOTHINCI have a nice lot of clothing which I intend I to close out and if you want a bargain in this j line do not fail to call at once I S OESAlso I will sell you shoes at x00 that I have always sold at X125 and the same pro yi throughIPRemember r this ijs for CASH ONLY i J JWto ROSETHE PEOPLES FRIEND 9 vwf u c9crJy tvi = r = I Q i r 0r13 = ar f L= i i jjI 9 WW- WmIii l f I JJ T 1 11iq1 W- i III t ri tENVELOPESf l C NOTEHEADS t l r BILLHEADS a p LETTERHEADS SALEBILLS I r n PROGRAMS f CIRCULARS f CATALOGS 1 t MINUTES ic f 1n s iJP1 We have Three Fast Presses YearsII f you want PRINTING come and see r us Respectfully ct fP SPENCER COOPER t THEw O I BLUJE GRASS REGION IS I t I THE MORNING HERALD II- g I S3- g Of Lexington Kentucky 3S It III SI IE II It has tho faU Asxoc red Pro Despatches Special Con etwndenta rnrcnaa = a teGrwsfnlXarket cartaacta teandrelndenrri sfmmnl theoil acids Bean Bat and pot fad news a ay and t5amana Pan o = greurlnterat special rticles o Query gacstl u of cneral lnterext 4 s Its BdilorUl Page s recosnzcd as the ijest in the State r oItsow offers a MA- erory OF K TUCBI th latest sad tart pnblshtdl a = snbecrloer who baya six mpotha In ad i o= It In now Giving with iU Sunday paper the beautiful aeries of STAG = FpVGiITFS iasnod the Bnr icIatanh St o crest ono of them wort a dollar E tea yPlotrI is the limo to Sabscrlbe 300 for Six Months I 5 THE LE GTON P LISHING CO = Pos oftiro sox 356 tezlixtox Ky W G P BarcKivnibOB President DESZU BuxcKiaKioai Mnnog sr a r iiiL V r E E HERi rJ crofulaf Fcwartillityi hrI t It mry olII 5 V1y n to met little If any dltrlulkl Iullng the Whole period cf IhnI0 It mar t iaeriLritr t tL itoraaci IH Nrta tY IIIOiui tIIrrrh mt rnrid IIJtUi t rouuutmaiwt- Lefux ror in ittin tntitlj cutaiuotit wtlllrrrt you arc suite a fr L I JP t f eradi r tr lood Lrscpliilc1 11 t r 1nw IT ell Jrmors =tlTA X mark shows that ycur Umo 5 np and unless you renew at ante you may not pet time paper next week t oftStanton wins horo on business last Tuesdays I STOMACH is stronjrtli t WEAK and toned by Hoods Sar r parillathe medicine that citrv a dyspepsia ami POOR APPETITE teasrM a guest of John M Rose Tuesday He was looking after ties 11nigllt etc y l l rpredTfo untlpntlonjt lic fMlpir j IrtctfSc Cnvk L Dr Center was on Tuesday sum moned lhy telephonel to May town HillaltJ5 i p orrhn got J THE HKKAID and TvicenVek forrJ for sumo time 15 And now is l tho time to subscribe tf kAlengthy communication from f Prof Cord and a shorter one from f Lre City did not ranch us until all the space was fillets hut theyare J good copy for next week 1j Dr Center reports tho following ti births Tn thn wifof Grnuviilo 2Qfagirl1of Laurel Sept 23 a boy 1 iSent yde unit gt a free trial of Wilsons Morphine Cure tested tifor 11 year and always success Jt ful Send to CoJtr Wioos f30y Calvert Texas 11tr Miss Del Craven visited friends it here from Friday until Tuesday being the guest of Miss1 Pearl Day l Monday night and leaving for her morns 11 ing Ciay Rose who killed John Mad 4 mdt5000 which was furnished and he returned to his homo at Lee City Visa Lola the youngest daugh ter of Miss Mattie Perkins of Lacy Creek is confined to her homo with typhoid fever but Dr Andy C Kickell hopes to bring her around all rightMiss Mary Ellen Trimble accompanied by Uucle OscarFallen left on Monday for a protracted visit to relatives and friends at Jackson Mrs John H Rose ac compnnied them as far as Hele chawa D YYSiNMR8 Rheuma KIDNEY andBacmcaehJhopep irsvcl BACKACHEAll Bladder and Udra ry DSscares CUREt1IiflO f bold by H F Pieratt Hazel Green Ky Among those registered at the Day House since our last issue are the following names Mrs N n Maxoy and Miss Grace Vaughn of Caney F N Lane of Michigan J B Thompson Jackson r Judge Amos Davis West Liberty and P B Winn of Winchester Mijo Tomeljonawic who killed a man named Gahart in fMngofliu County and who secured a change- of venue to Wolfe County was this week acquitted in tho Wolfe r Circuit Court A former trial of hungpjury Frank Ford who has boon super intendent of tho Lexington Omni bus and Transfer Co since the s memory of man runneth not to the contrary is here drinking the Swango water for his stomachs sake and recuperating lIeis bro ipM down both physically and mentally and had tho misfortune tho4thinstr and which has incapacitated him for business But he hopes to rE- gain his physical healtliatileast n h II NO PLACE LIKE KENTUCKY II HazelIGreen is Good Enough for me HenryPiortltrepro ducQitho following PAUKKit KAJCS Sopt 10 HFTieratt Hazel Green Ky Well Henry wo aro hero in Kansas na nice country When wo arrived I rented a house in town but faild to get it and I bought out Jasper Williams and got the buns ho lived in 2i miles from Parker They have a big corn crop hero this year and it has run jwyerybodyl wild and they are run niiig Over each other to rent farms for Tiext t woretabout all rented when we got lucre andij 1bo pushed to tot one and if I dont I got one soon I will not stay horo tevorythingI1 to UXlr higher lucre than it is in hazell Green except corn and hay 1 will quote you n few prices Sweet potatoes 100 per bushel Irish potatoes 55f per bu onions 100 packago sbda 20 per lit Lyon coffee pOp per 11null every thing else that you eat is in proportion I Well Henry Well Henry this is a good coun try but I dont like it for several reasons and one is that a man of my menus cannot make money as KentuckyImountnills j by tho day ho can get 100 a day for his work but when he goes to spend it it will not buy any moro hero than tUOf will buy in Hazel Green so when everything is sum med uptho two places aro about equal at last if any difference it jis in favor of Kentucky The mor I 1lsoIThey try see I can sell tho highest instead of who can sell the lowest Jim Tom is j expecting Curtis hero soon Ask Cooper what has become of the dear old HKUAU Write sooni and give m all tho news From your friend T E JOHXSOX tI CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho 7IlSignature of Prospective Preaching Rev Henry D Adams nccom ipmieJ by Rev Morris Xickcll and j Mrs J M Pieratt loft Tuesday morning for Linn County Kansas j qn a prospecting tour during which he will treat tte people of the sunflower state to a lot of sample I sermons in tho hope of securing a situation as skypilot In caso he j reII ofIt PieIVabbit having preceded her in jii wagon overland a monthago and Mr Nickull is returning to his home at Parker Kansas after a j protracted visit to relatives and friends among his native hills Lyons Laxative Syrup Natures Cure for Constipation DOES NOT GKIPK If you do not like it better than any laxative ycu have ever used your druggist will refund tho money Good for children as well as grown people Sold by J C Stamper Grassy Creek SitesIvery handsome building lots for sale andan Oarl applicant can buy one more of them dirt cheap They lor located on College Avenue a street recentlyopened and oil Broadway extended about 100 yards from tho now academy and are therefore the moat eligibly located building sites in our town to say nothing of individual merit For dimensions price etc write him at Clay City CentsIto make your babystrong and well A fifty cent bottle of Scotts Emulsion win change a sickly baby to lJ lump ichild I Only one cent a day think 6fk Its as Rice as creaoi Sen fforVfree sample and JLscorn nowNis 4045 r at street If NftF arJ d f r cwrow COOKIE BEN SEWELL EDITOR VOLUME I NUMBER 18 LOCAL LACONICS J T Govodou of Hazol Green was in town Monday J H Stamper Jr wont to Winchester last week on business Sherman and Mason Copo of Breathitt were here last week at tending Circuit Court The Grand Jury returned 93 in dictment at this term of Circuit Court most of them for minor of fenses Rev J M Tolson and others preached at the Baptist Church here Saturday and Sunday to good congregationsRevs Tolson i4Dl Brown ntIBreathitt last week Mrs T B Hanks and W L Byrd and wife were guests of Mr and Mrs James Drake of Torrent Saturday and Sunday On last Saturday evening pound party was given for tho benefit of Rev J II Ponce who succeeds Rov Bedinger to time pastorshipof tho M E Church here Hon John T Graham popularly known as tho Leo City Postmaster was hero Monday on business He reports Leo City on a boom and says that he is getting his share of prosperityThe against Thomas Cocki iThecharged with time killing of lion Hargis at Jackson has been sot for trial Oct 20th and will be I tried before Judge Ira Julian of Frankfort Cockroll will be rep rWVaughnlofj tho Wolfe County bar Thomas Tutt Sr of Sprndling who has been very low for sometime with consumption as report ed heretofore died last Sunday and was buried Monday Ho was an ardont Christian j an active member of the Methodist Church j all in all a wholosouled good hearted gentleman and leaves a largo circle of relatives and friends Jto mourn his loss Ho was up in 70 years of ago- Considerable business was done the first week of Circuit Court The case against David Banks Jr charged with shooting and wound ing Marion Faulkner resulted in a hung jury case against Frank Bailey charged with shooting and wounding D Gilbert resulted in a hung jury j tho case against How ard Fulks charged with falseswear mug resulted in a verdict of not guilty the case againt Caney Mintoa and Martha Minton who were charged with incest resulted in a verdict of not guilty EDITORAIL EFFUSIONS RAMPANT UKPUllLICAN The Campton Department of THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD the Campton Courier is edited byBenj Sewoll Esqr a rampant Republican and we want our DemocraticI friends to understand that we aro not repousible for any of his utter antes Spencer Cooper in his Hazel Green Herald a Nobody believes Spencer Cooper responsible for the utterances in the Camptou Courier Our utter ances are the truthany fair mindedstudent of history can see that No buncombo j no mugwum pery j no hypocracy j no partisan ism in our statements God bless you no j only tho truth and noth ing but the truth And if the truth kills if it makes the soft minded Democrats wince let om wince It is good for the galled jades of demagoguy Truth is powerful j yea as sharp as a twoedged sword There is honor in being called a rampant Republican nothing could please us better Wo are not only that but we are conscientious fearless strenuous unconquerable soldiers engaged in a masterful battle royal for tie honor and glory of tho American republic Bully for us there is glory in our souls j honor into rity and purity of purpose in our every move of journalistic life We will continue to expound the gospel of truth to the misled befuddled and benighted Democracy with hope that this splendid gala of American citizenship may yet before it is too late have their eyes gpened to the blazing lights of thoir own Balvationin joy peace i and prosperity to themselves and honor prestige and glory to the American government Tho spirit oframpant patriotism immor talized George Washington and made Godley his battles for libor Republicansitt ton was a rampant patriotWash ington rampant because he believ ed in liberty we rampant because wo ardently believe in Republicanism We belong to tho Republi can party and prejudice is no ox planation for it eithor We aro a young set and how could we have any prejudice towards Democrats and the Democratic party They have never wronged us nor injured us only when they were In power and when we called for bread they gave us beef bones and when we called for fish they gave us soup Bet your boots we are rampant Republicans and that Spencer Cooper is not responsible for our patriotic utter ances Electric Belt 01 Trial To introduce it and obtain agents the undersigned firm will send a fow of their Electric Belts on trial on the following terms 100 to bo paid in ten days if the Belt proves beneficial and the balance I2CO to bo paid in sixty days if the Bolt effects a cure These Belts are a positive cure for Rheuma tism Neuralgia Kidney trouble Stomach and Liver trouble Asth ma etc Address at once GERMAN ELECTRIC AGENCY tf PO Box 1874New York NY Losing Her Eyesight Myrtle Davis whose impaired eyesight was mentioned in these columns last week is now under teatment of Dr Reynolds a spe cialist of Mt Sterling She lost tho sight of one eye absolutely and tho other is so impaired that her parents feared she might lose the sight of that unless it were given proper attention at once John B Davis her father started for Mt Sterling with her Monday and it is hoped Dr Reynolds will be able to save the sight of one eye at least and may be restore the sight of the other AlA Tkiig Beauty Etc The painters finished their work on the new college building Friday and to say that it isCIa thing of beauty is hardly adequate to de scrbe the admiration it is receiv ing and to all intents and pur poses it is likely to prove a joy forever DHGoyen the painter orator and his able assistants Sam Wilson the painterpoet of our town and Denny Carter of West Liberty deserve all praise for the most artistic job of painting ever seen in these parts COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0iToinsure insertion ALL corres byMondaythat nearby on Monday morning STILLWATER SPARKLES 0Mrs Kate Hounshollia seriously ill at thiawriting Born to the wife of Biram King on the 15th a girl Monroe Rose has sold his saddle horse for 110 cash in hand Tom Lewis is sick at the home of Uncle Jeff Rose with fever Several of our people attended quarterly meeting on Lacy Creek SundayW Chambers and others preached at the Chambers school house Sunday B D Roso returned home last week from Mt Sterling with 48 head of yearling steers Mrs Sally Bowman and little son David of Scranton are visiting relatives and friends here Some of Camptons bright young folks were out this way Sunday taking tho fresh and fragrant air Miss Addle Tolson and brother John of Campton were visiting on Stillwater Saturday and Sun dayyWhile working in a coal bank at Lee City one day last week Johns Russell got very badly hurt by a part of the roof falling in Sept 22 PRESTO WANTEDA TRUSTWORTHY gentleman or lady in each county to manage business for an old established house of solid financial standing A straight boon ide weekly salary of 18 paJdby check each Wednesday with all hNdquarterLMosey 347 Caxtoa BuiUlBg Chicago 1036 4 S 4 A MAMMOTH STORE With a Score and a Half of Tailors anti a Corps of Clerks Each One of Whom is a Chest erfield in Courtesy And a Store Which Through Advertising IB The Herald for Over Fifteen Continuous Years Holds All the Mountain Custom Tho thousands who have visited and patronized the firm of Louis Gus Straus of Lexington thro the invitation in TilE HERALD during tho past 15 years need no introduction to that firm But there are other thousands who have road in TilE HERALD of this firm some of whom have patronized it by mail and yet been denied the pleasure of a visit to the house and to those a few words about this popular clothing house will perhaps not be amiss The firm of Louis Gus Straus was established August 1st 1805 andcontinued to do business un interrupted until Dec 9th 1899 when Louis Strus died But tho business has since boon carriedon under the original firm name albeit Charles Straus a son of the deceased partner assumed his in terest and has general supervision of the salesmen The office department has the careful attention of Gus Straus assisted by W C Gribben who has been with tho firm 22 years And by tho way people from the mountains have a standing invita tion to make their headquarters there write their letters etc pa per pens and ink being abundant for this purpose and many of our people avail of it because of tho courtesy extended and tho conve nience Thomas L Cassell tho general head salesman has been with the firm 21 years and has waited upon hundreds of people from all over the mountains to their entire satisfaction j Wm Darnaby who has immediate charge of tho ready made clothing department has been a fixture with the firm for 27 consecutive years and by his affability has enlisted the friendship of every patron of the house J G theIgentlemens furnishings depart ment has been with tho firm for 12 years and isas polite as a French dancing master feH F WilliamIApploton years are accommodating and courteous clerks in the readymade department and Miss Cora Burns the cashier as courteous as one named com pletes the clerical corps in that departmentThe tailoring depart ment in which is employed 25 ex pert tailors the year around is under the supervison of Richard Shryock who has been with the firm over a quarter of a century assisted by Theo Jones Mr Shry ock has no equal as a cutter and it said that he is such an expert at fitting that he is able to hide any little defect in ones anatomy so completely thatwhen he appears in one of SferyockV suits he is an Adonis in appearance Anyhow so great is his reputation that nearly every week a suit consigned to some gentleman in a foreign laud leaves his department Thus has he gained an international reputa tion and once a customer always a customer has become the rule in hisdepartmentThe of clothing annual ly sold by this firm is easily twice as much as any other clothing es tablishment in Central Kentucky and the merchant tailoring depart ment turns out more fine suits an nually than any three tailoring houses in the State Much of tho popularity of this department is due Mr Shryock who as above said is considered the finest cutter in Kentucky and one among tho most artistic in America Some idea of the immense busi ness done by this firm may bo had from the fact that it occupies two largo storerooms each of three stories aud every floor is packed with goods But one secret of the firms1 great raccew is the uniform courtesy with which customers are treated Whether yOH purchase a writ overcoat shirts undercloth ing etc or it be only a collar you are urbanely treated And this politeness is shown by all Gus Straus and Charley Straus the proprietors the clerks the cashier and the porter vie with each other to make each visitor feel atiit is good to be there Call on them when in Lexington 4 CflJ Clearing SolelGlothiqg si WE ARE BADLY OVERSTOCKED WE NEED MONEY WE NEED T- CLOTHING BADLY j RearIDe t ofMaliacturersIt I New Goods Latest Styles Best Quality Here is a chance to get GOODICLOTHING at cheap prices Mens AllWool Suits ft 4 nn Mens AllWool Best Flannels m i 499 MensAll t Wool Best Cassimere d Suits tbuUU- This is about the cost of the trimmings 500 MENS LINEN SUITS I i Coat Pants and Vest at 125 Suit J IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS READ THIS BOYS SUITS BOYS SUITS BOYS SUITS 49Three1I Suits 40 Cents up to 7001We can show you a better assortment than all the houses in Lexington together We are the only house in Lexington who sell the celebrated Alfred Benjamin Co Clothing t Louis Cus Straus I PLEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON KY + t WHEN BUYING WHISKEY I kf Iif MEDICJL USE AR TO BE USED ftS EVE1QE You want good pure whiskey and at times all need whiskey either to ward off colds and pneumonia or to build up the system when from overwork or worry the vitality is below par VVe have good pure whiskey well distilled from choice grain well aged and matured with special care for 200 225250 PER GALLON and we pack your jug in a nice plain box for shippingso 1 that no one can tell what you are getting and send you a nice etcped glass and corkscrew free Send us your order and let us prove that we mean what we say Remit by Post Office Money order or registered letter to the HAGAN DISTILLING CO Lexington Ky Ia CLARK 3 HOWARD 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 Our Largast OllStOll1eLS Talk for us They are so well satisfied themselves that they tellothers about the merits of Lexington Beer All who use it agree that it is the best beer they ever drank So will you if you give it a trial Koj beer receives better care in the brewing and the bottling j LEXINGTON BREWING COMPANY rf W R C AWFyLive Stock Commission Merchants FOR THE SALE OF Cattle Hogs Sheep i Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI O ALSO Central Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY We have B Eutera outlet for all desirable stock at highest prices Cur 6atAar I t solicited All cerrespeadeace chrndlr answered irr b 4 i f l IOFQ4J1I1L U jjJy d aj d i f rAHaid of Fine Tobacco Forest Cecil has our thanks frr a hand of white burley tobacco of this years growth and ho tells us i ho has just housed 1500 pounds of the same kind This brings to i rhjnd again tho qnory Why not grow tobacco for the markets1i Yes wo know that it lacks weight an essential very necessary to get profit out of it But time and main it has been demonstrated that it makes a superior wrapper r to anything raised elsewhere and therefore brings good prices Our i j improved facilities for getting itt to market itsfine fibre good price tf etc ought to spur some one toI try a crop for shipment next year I STATE OF OHIO CITY OF TOIEuo t LUCAS COUNTY jtt- FrankiCheneymnkesonth t that he is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney fcCo doing business in tho City of Toledo county and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED POILAKS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot ho cured by the use of Halls Catarrh cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and sub t scribed in my presence this Oth day of December A D 18SG W GLEASON lA5 l PublicSEAL 5Kotol 5 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for FJ testimoninlsfreeI r Toledo 0 Sold by druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are tho best r Oil Lands Sold i Joseph Sampson of Barbour ville has sold to an oil company 30 acres of territory on the out skirts of that town for 2000 The land lies on Richland Creek not far from the Mayes wells This gives some idea of the value to which land in Knox County has risen Just the week before W W Byrley leased a tract of 100 acres for 2000 and oneeighth of the oil found thereon A Parsons Noble Act I want all the world to know writes Rev C J Budloug of Ash away R Imwhat a thoroughly good and reliable medicine I found in Electric Bitters Theyjcured me of jaundice and liver troubles that w had caused me great suffering for- manr years For a genuine all 3 3nround cure they excel anything Ii ever saw Electric Bitters are the surprise of all for their wonderful L work in Liver Kidne yand StomachI troubles Dont fail to guaranteedrGreen or S S Combs it Sons of Campton r Killed By a Calf i Jesse Adams aged 25 of Lowes Crossroads a few miles from Pa dncah died on the 18th inst of r injuries sustained in an accident two weeks prior He was butted down by a young calf and had been paralyzed since He leaves many relatives and was prominent in that section He never regained the use of his limbs after the acci I dentFortune reDDt in r head back and stomach and being 1Fwithout appetite I began to use writesWTexas uand soon felt like a new man Infallible in stomach and liver troubles Only 25 cents atJ T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs druggistsrConvention Convenes Satirday County Chairman A G Patter son has issued a call for Democratic Convention at Pineville Saturday September 27 for the purpose of selecting delegates to the Eleventh District Convention for nominate ing a candidate for Congress t Rejected Manuscripts If you cannot place your stories send ten cents for a sample copy of THE LITERARY CRITIC the maga zine for unsuccessful authors Ad 4 PublishingCo Another Killing in Breathitt News reached Jackson last week of the killing of Sam Jones by Ce cil Noblaon Troublesome Creek Breathitt County The men fought with knives and Noble was himself w wounded You cannot buy standard pianos organs buggies sewing machines clocks watches and jewelry aa cheap any where else as you cant of me Come and see samples and F you will be convinced You do withmdrlordertGEVEDONFr Five CestB a Bushel will be pafd to mine SOO jto 1500 bushels of co1 Apply jtt this office at once Spend frnd get 10000 ti S P 1- d eJ GGB the coffee router uses to glue his coffee with would you eat that kind of eggs Then wh drlakthem Lion Coffee has no coating of storage eggs coffeepureunadulterated andof delightful flavor L sad aroma Uniform eju Bty utrMboMf are Uunrra ap FRIEND OF THE THIRSTY Wtetr Coolurm t tk Capitol Cent Sorm Plaeae Thr Tkrset teas Eon of eor Pleats 1It took the late Senator Plumb gettthese water coolers placed In the corridors of the capitol said a gentleman aa he quenched his thirst with lee water the other day accord Ing to the Washington Post The senator was a tighter when he went Into a fight and it Is said that some of his constituents who were visit ing Washington for the first time called his attention to the fact that it was Impossible for s stranger to jet a drink of watts In the big building Off court people who know the ropes can dodge Into one of the numerous committee rooms and get a drink of water and fre quently something stronger but before the coolers were placed In the main corridors the stranger stood little show When the complaint was made to Senator Plumb he at once determined that there should be water for all who wished It The senator went to work Introduced a bill but this was lost in committee and after repeated efforts lasting nearly two years he managed to get It In aa an amendment to an appropria tion bill with himself as one of the conferees He was appealed to to give up the effort but announced that he would defeat the whole bill nlesi the amendment for coolers stuck That settled it and during the next recess the coolers were placed in the walls The water is kept cool by going through a coil of pipes through and around the storeroom in the basement of the building where the ice for use in the building Is stored I never take a drink here but that I think of Senator Plumb one of the lest men who ever came to the senate and who killed himself by overwork ta la Itaaieba Twentyfive thousands Americas farmers have migrated to Manitoba this spring and the Canadians are get ting a little unesy lest these pioneers may sometime start a movement for the annexation of the province to the United tate But as there Is really very little difference in the govern ment of the two countries so far aa the rights of the farmers are concerned it isnt probable that the immigrants anyIis land and room to expand The home Iistead law has resulted in the taking up of nil the available arable land in the United States and Manitoba is the last chance It is a great cattle country as well as a good place for raising spring wheat It will soon be settled up at the rate people are pushing in there this year Most of the immigrants are from the prairie states Nebraska State Journal PvSru to WJIaaeeProf R H Thurston of Cornell uni versity speaks of recent experiments with a doubledecked aviator by Meurs Wright of Dayton aa having distinctly contributed to our knowl edge in the field of aerial flight The Wright apparatus carrying one man who asumes a nearly horizontal position has s total spread of 308 feet of canvas the length of the machine be ing 32 feet The planes have curva ture copied from that of a pigeons wing Gliding or soaring was success fully accomplished in winds raging from 11 to 2 miles per hqur Starting from ft slight elevation the longest flight was 400 feet No motor was used The operator found BO difficulty in steering or balancing Youtha Com panion IP Seat to Cfaarck u PtuUhoiCBt A group of army officers wns talking over experiences at the Grand hotel one evening lately There wail also a naval officer and two or three civilians in the group The naval officer had told of going to sleep in church at Annapolis dreaming that he was fall- Ing out of a buggy and awakening to find that his dream came near enough the truth to net him ten demerit marks That makes me think of an episode at one of the western army pouU some years ago said F C Stevens of Oma ha one of the civilians I was not one of the victims but 1 had the story from one of them The captain at this post was a religious man and every Sunday he sent all the prisoners in the guard room to church The chaplain was very longwinded and the prisoners rebelled They finally succeeded iu getting a board of investigation to look into the matter The board de cided after due Investigation that this part of the punishment was not allow able in that it was not only unusual but also cruelNThat will do for a civilian laughed the officers and two of them left the hotel for the theater N Y Tribune at The Laciest BalUasr Vessel Germany has the largest sailing yes sel in the world the Preussen of 8000 tons just launched at GeestemuncTe She is owned by the firm that owns the former largest sailing vessel the Po- tosi of 8000odd tons and will be used in the trade with the Pacific coast of America The Preussen is 437 feet long and 53 feet wide She draws 34 feet and has a spread of sail of 43000 amr feetN Y Heralda e UDe Jtjsa good rule says the Alfalfa whoisntWanted A girl to cetk wash and iron for family of two 100 a week Apply at this office Oie Geit fer Slander Curtis Robert a prominent far mer of Madison County was given one cent by a jury in tho Circuit Court against Wiley Burns his neighbor for alleged slander I Roberts sued for 5000 Take Care of the Stomach The man or woman whoso diges tion is perfect and whose stomach I nevII I er sick Kodol cleanses purifiesI and sweetens the stomach and cures I I positivelyI and permanently all stomach troubles indigestion and I dyspepsia It is tho wonderful re I makingII pepploiirong by conveying to their bodies all of the nourishment in the food they pat Rev J H Hol laday of Holladay Miss writes Kodol has cured me I consider it the best remedy I ever used for dyspopsia and stomach troubles I was given up by physicians Kodol saved my life Take it after mealsLegal Battle Oter Sraallpex IILegal fight at Bowling Green between the health officers and L R Porter in an effort to send the latters daughter to the pest house because she has smallpox is still being waged WANTED A TRUSTWORTHY gentleman or lady in eAch county to manage businf u for an old established house of solid financial standing A I straight bona fide weekly salary of J18 paid by check each Wednesday with all expenses direct from headquarters Money advanced for expenses ManagerI 347 Caxton Building Chicago 1030 ilsrreievon A IItHtI F= IAA SITBLEXINCTON TerotesMrat W fsasadtiRoadlls COW CIUEE If 1Y1IIYEISlTY wadedDMeaaa ass WeMa IEspssfMo Bets to ua or aradsts is oItiem- aJeM rusttrooa tmei5tUT ties Boob u4Bou4 to fcmllr abort MO I 78p11i11ArheLltrar7CoarsneIfddmd1eveatlofOIncram If AOT fmr nmik mt mUn ra WILBUR R iLexington Kye HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY 19021903 a 1 Tho session will bogie TUES DAY September 2nd Every department will be kept up to the best- Competent teachers in charge of all classes I The new building a great advan tageEvery child within n radius of 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Overalls requesttheI placing their orders 451II I OattkbeaeeatiSesta Nice p neefor sale I I itJ- r C m t 25000r IN 1000 CdSH PRII A GREA- TPROFIT SHARINGil CONTEST First Prize 10000 7 Second Prize 3000 f Third Prize 1000 Five Special Prizes of 1000 Each for Early Estimates S EVERY SUBSCRIBER TO SS THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD t Will have an opportunity to share in these magnificent prizes if he wishes to participate in the Great Educational Contest in which these prizes are given The subject matter of this great contest is the total vote cast for Governor in the States of New York Pennsylvania and Michigan on the 4th day of November 1902 Every person interested in the science of Government should be interested in tho election in these states An election in New York is always of national import and in point of political significance Pennsylvania is second in importance only to the great Key- Stone State while Michigan is rapidly becoming an important political factor in the sister hood of states Much valuable information can be gained by a study of the political condii tions involved in the elections to be held in these three states = CONDITIONS OF THIS GREAT CONTEST Every subscriber who remits 100 the regular subscription price for a ears sub Seri Ption to THE HAZEL CREEN HERALD will receive a certificate thnt will secure for him any prize which his estimate entitles him to claim fflu addition to the certificate to each subscriber who remits 3100 agents will be allowed one certificate for every two yearly sibscriptioBi seat in either new ones or renewals fortGovernor in the three states Write your name address and estimate in the subscription blank below and mail to THE HAZEL CREEK HERALD The contest will close at midnight Nov 3 1902 and no estimate received after that showr ing the total vote for Governor will determine who are entitled to the prizes and the awards will be made by a disinterested committee of prominent juges just as soon as the official figures can be obtained Here Is the List of Prizes a To the nearest correct estimator 1000000 44- To the second nearest correct estimator 300000 To the third nearest correct estimator 100000 To the fourth nearest correct estimator 50000 4 To the fifthnearest estimator 20000 4To4 To the next 12 nearest correct estimators 1500 4 each 18000 4 To the next 27 nearest correct estimators 1010 each 27000 44- To the next 950 nearest correct estimators 500 4 each 475000 II 995 prizes amounting to 2000000 4 VALUABLE INFORMATION To aid in forming your estimates we furnish the follow ing data Pennsylvania elects a Governor only once in four years Michigan elects a Governor every two years and since 1SSH New York has elected a Governor every two years Total vote for Governor in New York in 1894 was 1165085 18115It 1275671 11 1898 1359190 14 I 1100 1556520 Total vote for Governor in Penn in 1886 was 919212 II 1890 928196 U 0 l 1894 953017 u u u u 1898I 971737 Total vote for Governor in Michigan in 1800 was 397809 u 1K92 468637 I 1394 416928- I II II e 1 S96II 517802- I U n u 1898II 421161 I 0 0 HOOII 543214 Inclosed to on Account Name County State of Vote in the States IT THESE FIVE SPECIAL PRIZES ALSO BE PAID For the nearest correct estimate received before August 11902 i 100000 For the nearest correct estimate received on or after August 1 and before August If For the nearest correct estimate receivedon or arfter August 15 and before 1 100000 For the nearest correct estimate received on or after Sept I and before Sept 15 lOOOW For the nearest correct estimate received on or after Sept 15 and before Oct 1 100000 Total 1000 amounting to f1fITIn case of a tie or that two or more are correct prizes be divides equally betweea them The total aggregate vote for Governor in these three states in 1894 and 1898 the years in which all three atattt elected Governors at the same time was as follows x In 1894 the aggregate vote for Governor In then three states was 26456161 IB 1898 the total aggregate fer Governor la throe three states was 2752091 What will the total aggregate vote for Governor in these three states be on November 4 1902 Figure it oat or guess at it send in your estimate IT MAY MEAN 110000 IN CASH TO YOU The official certificates of the of the states of New York Pennsylvania and Michigan showing the com bined total vote for in these three states will who entitled to the and the awards will be made by a committee of prominent judges within 29 days after the official is known CERTIFICATE OF BANK PRESIDENT I hereby certify that the Press Publishing Association has deposited 25000 in tho Central Sav ings Bank Detroit Mich for tho express purpose of paying the prizes to those making tho nearest correct estimates of tho Total Aggregate Vote cast for the Office of Governor in tho States of New YorkFF Pennsylvania and Michigan on the 4th day of November 1002 and that this fund can bo used for no other purpose UHHh u OH u SUBSCRIPTION BLANKS find apply Subscription PostofBce My Estimates for Governor three are j 100000 prizes will vote and are prizes vote IJk 7 President Central Bank i for Estimates I Subscriptionl t 25 CENTS EACH Name County State My Estimates of Vote for Governor in Three States are t HHHyn n n nmnuRemember that the Capital Prize is and that there are Five Suecial Prizes of 1OOO each Early Estimates SEND All ORDERS TOI Jb WILL September 2500000restimators equally secretaries Governor determine 1I Savings Blank Without ESTIMATES Postofficc for THE HERALD iuiijji1itji5Tjj rIf 10000J f HAZEL GREEIKYR i 4