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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tiSd Cr 1 RATESSJI sear 00 1 year = 20 sr2Ii Inchest Year 1000 Inch 1 year 7 IHI rv Announcements State ami District y officers SltUHi nnlrIirrf jI i Town officers Ion ralL on audio dates or political writcti rrflilll O- jjObituaries Tritmtes Ac pre ftj cIfsI y fl ITHE HAZEL GREEN HERALD2 ORellIEIGHTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 2 1902 NUMBER 11 rSIKXCKIl Oiriiir lUUInThS Oldestt Mostt PopularP I Mostt WidelyI CirculatedI t d and MostI QuotedI d Paer In the Ken ttI k Mountainst 8100 PKR YEAR AdyaueeIu CASTO RIA For Infants and Children i The Kind You Have i IBoughtIthe- Signamre I of I In- Use I For Over Thirty Years I CISTORIA THE CUU co 0 CITY s Profiti Sharing The Cincinnati EnQuirerBctss aaldo sa i 97000To be distributed to such of its readers who care to engage in an intel lectual and profitable study A contest that will familiarize them with the population voting power and government of the State of Ohio s t The Problem isioI What rill be the Total Vote in Ohio for Secretary of State at the general State election to be held on Tuesday November 4 1902 512000 will be presented to one making the nearest correct estimate 12000 additional if an exact correct estimate is made making a total of 24000 for a correct estimate An additional sum of 10000 will be given by the Daily Enquirer fot r an exact correct estimate if received on or before July 31 r 1902 provide1 such estimate is made by a monthly subscriber to the Daily Enquirer a time of making suchestimate There are 4187 cash prizes in all several of which equal a lifetime competencetroo for a years subscription to the Weekly Enquirer entitles sub scriber to one estimate 150 for a monthly subscription to Daily Enquirer entitles subscriber to one estimate 50 cents without any subscription privilege entitles subscribers to additional estimate at rate of Sec for each estimate Do not make anv estimate until you thoroughly understand this ProfitS caring Pian oi the Cincinnati Enquirer All estimates must be made on blanks prepared for the purpose and in conformity with rules andregulations made and provided Send for circulars blanks etc to ENQUIRER PROFITSHARING BUREAU Box 716 Cincinnati O fi Ii lljHB jinGA D POST THEHOME PAPER i Eury FARMER should read daily The Chicago Post Eyery LIVE STOCK Shipper should read dally1 The Chicago Post Postti 1 Erery GRAIN Shipper should read daily The Chicago Post THE GREAT MARKET NEWSPAPERT- HE BEST IS NONE TOO GOOD FOR YOU Subscribe through your commission firm novrsdtfalor or publisher or ocwspr Per containing this aavorusomeat Sample coital sent true oa request AiUreis lititK i A Y BarastowQ CoEducational 111 College BARDSTOWN S KY corpsllcndulli 1 of es Artclient1 i Music Elocution CollegetCourses formal Commercial and Business Depait ments Confers the usual Literary Degrees Prices Moderate Opens Sept 8 1902 u J GJtEEN1ELJz rves f OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 0 ANrlriJ 1i1 PROMPTLY EXECUTED OFFICE AND SATISlALTION G ARANTEED IN ALL CASE is CHOOSING A HUSBANI Blanche Ormonde and her chaperon lira toGmUangoton l loairlYIIISurbitonJlLlIlchetyts Ixreunc tired on vacancy Thinking which of the three you willae quietlyAcomplexion an she replied How did you Ruea T myselfdeari Perplexing is no came for it cried Illnnche I wish you could help me Havent you any preference Dont you care a little more for one than another ladyNot are all splendid fellows and equally eligible In fact I feel1 sometimes as though I should like to be a female sultan and marry them all If you accept Sir Harry Kinnaird you will obtain a title suggested Mrs Homain which u certainly a consideration Yes bu the 1110 fearfully headstrong you know now about Capt Dilwyn then You wont find a handsomer man nor a braver one throughYen iint he Hut dont you think hes inclined to be jealous couldnt stand a jealous husband at any price Mr Manby hasnt that fault at any youII and he always seems to look upon meaa little child It seems to me observed Mn Romain that if there was only one of them you would take him and be thankful but as it is you are suffering from embarraa de riche e- 1crhaps you re right admitted Blanche Hut I wish it could be settled one way or the other for I can assure you its getting on my nerves I You may depend that you will have to settle it yourselfsaid the old lady And I then with a unite he added You should I themI replied the girl plain f dofI I came a btiTent one Then really I dont know what you are do i nlc you make up your mind to ac IIto the tilst one who prose If I did IIam sure should be sorry after which ever one I had but I have a great mind to let them decide the matter themselves What do you mean child Why suppose I was to fall overboard and agree with myself to choose the one who was brave enough to jump in after me and save my life Hut think how wet it would make you and it would be sure to take your fringe out of curl ltOsidOU might be drowned Oh I should make that all right with a life belt underneath and I am not a bad swimmer either I think Ill doit I My dear Blanche appealed Mrs Ro maine pray consider Yes that will remove the responsibility from my shoulders decided1 Blanche ndof course dear Mrs Homain 1 shall rely upon your honor not to betray me in any way I OrII thatII a sighsheresigned herself to the inevitable In due course they arrivedat Southampton and took the boat to Cowe where they found the yachts gig awaiting for them It had been proposed to weigh anchor the following morning anti proceed for a tail ropnd the island but the almost dead calm that prevailed precluded that plan being followed Most of the guests went on shore but Blanche pleaded the necessity of writing sonic important letter and en corning on deck when she had fiiiuhed her corer spondence she found only her three admir eu who were evidently awaiting her pleas lire and Mrs Homain who was pretending to rend under the awning Ibis was her opportunity A butter J that had lost its way afforded her an excuw for approaching the open gangway A sud den stretchan effort at recovery a faint scream and Blanche was floating oa tit ebb tide Without a moment hesitation or topping to remove any article of clothing Kin naird immediately jumped after her and being at the bet of times an indifferent swimmer wu soon vainly struggling to keep himself above water Capt Dilwyn quickly took off bicoat kicked off his shoes and then dived over the side in a manner that showed he was quite at home in the treacherous element- A few powerful stroke brought him alongside his rival and in an instant he per ceived that it was all up with him unless he was rendered immediate assistance A painful position to be placed in with the girl he loved in the one balance and his old school friend in the other Heaven only knows how it would have been settled lot jut then Kinnaird decided the nutter himself by seizing the ctptain with the desperation and tenacity of grip that U only known to a man who bas peen down once and is on the point of sinking again In the meantime Manby quietly descended the accommodation ladder stepped into the dingy which Will alongside and casting off the painter commenced tculling after the rapidly disappearing young lady Having assisted her in over the stern he was able to turn his attention to the others and was just in time to prevent them swallowing more tail water than would have been altogether beneficial for their consti tutionsOh my dear exclaimed Mrs Remain when the ladies were once more safe in the ncliition of their cabin how magnificently hia lordship plunged iu after you Wasnt it noble of him Of course you will decide upon him now Of course I shall not replied Blanche Do you think Im going to marry a man who has not sense enough to look before hi leapsThen I suppose you will accept the captain If it had not peen Xo indeed interupted the young lady I daresay it was very naturaland all that but still he preferred his friend to me au- dbcsidettrto tell you the trutherJack asked me when he was helping me into the boat and 1 promised to marry himAlly Sloper HalfHoliday WANTEDA fRUTWOltTHY gentleman or lady in each county to manage business for an old established house of solid financial standing A straight bona fide weekly salary of 18 paid oy check each Wednesday with all headquartersT347 Caxton Building Chicago 1046 1 TRIUMPHS OF WOMEN I tome of Them Are DUpIayln Qsal ilea They Were Not to Poe lappoII Every day women are dieplaylngII traits of character that I surprise and admiration says the Chi cago Chronicle In Brooklyn the other I day Mrs Lennie KeUey saved the life of her aged father by climbing over the dashboard of the buggy In which they were driving on the Coney Inland I boulevard and seizing the reins that had dropped from his hands and were dangling at the heels of their run away hone Would lamella or Claris la or even Mme De Stael extraordinary heroine DolpbJne have done thatIn McCoyInintellectual feat of Portia and has surpassed many shining masculine lights of the bar for she managed her own case In a breach of promise suit and proved too contrary to the old adage that she did not have a fool for a client There were some novelties in her methods of examining witnesses as for instance her telling one of them point blank that he was a liar In the first case there was a triumph of nerve and muscle and in the second of nerve and intellect The obvious conclusion is that the era in which woman was a downtrodden creature is fully pat for with qualifying ex perlence of the world she in now quite capable of defending her own and ol holding it AT THE TOMB OF ELIHU YALE A Little WeUb Town That Im the Iae of a Sort of Aasrleaa Pllarlnaa A bazar was palely held which ez cites great interest in north Wales in aidof the restoration of Wrexham church one of the finest in the princi polity Wrexham contains a monu ment which has become a sort of shrine to Americans who have ben ed ucated at Yale college inasmuch at it is that of Elihu Yale and bears a quaint inscription which has become famous Never was immortality so easily acquired as by Yale It cost him some chattels which he sent over to aid by the request of friends a struggling relieve at Sew Hnvcn Conn and which fetched a few hundred pounds but this in 1718 was such a boon that the college took his name and Iis now famous at Yale university says a London paper Elihu Yales daughter married Lord James Cavendish son of the lust duke of Devonshire and had an only child who married the son of Dr Chandler Bishop of Durham whom she made take the name of Cnvcndih She was a ladyof masculine tendencies and commonly known as Jack Caven dish The Yule students have present ed Wrexham church with a handsome visitors book- NATION ADDING TO NAVY Aceordl to Preeent ladleatlohe Icy Vessel WUI Be Added to the Fleet The United States is rapidly adding to its navy In three years it will probably have the largest number of ships able to engage in active warfare of any country in the world Battle ships cruisers and monitors are now in course of construction and will be launched as soon as completed says a Washington report The next to take to the sea iis the Pennsylvania which will be launched from Cramps shipyard next season and christened by Miss Quay daughter of the Pennsylvania leader who will break a bottle upon the bow and name the ship with appropriate ceremony The starting of a ship of war upon its journey is such an important cer emony and one attended with so many honors that the greatest rivalry ex tats for the honor of breaking the bottle Wires are pulled plans are laid a year in advance and often feel ings are engendered that are quite the reverse of friendly or patriotic The selection of Miss Quay has given universal satisfaction Philadelphia and Washington as she is a young woman pretty and accomplished and already identified in public affairs DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK P Btocy Tn ble Makes You Miserable everybody who reads the newsI IAlmost sure to know of the wonderful made by Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and bladder remedy It Is the great medl cal triumph of the nine teenth century dis- coveredI byDrafter years of nent kidney and blad der specialist and Is I curinglanebles and Brlghts Disease which is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers Swamp Root is not rec ommendedf everything but ifyou have kId- ney liver or bladder trouble It will be found Just the remedyyou need It has been tested In so many ways in hospital work In private practice among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so succesSulln every case that a special arrangement has I I paperII offer In this paper and I KilmerCoBingIhanton cures I oejdollar IA Cough thoroughIam prepared to say that for all dis eases of the lungs it never disap pointsJttJ Early Finley Ironton O IAlers Cherry rheumatism Pectoral we never said it would It wont cure dyspepsia we never claimed it But it will cure coughs and colds of all kinds We first said this sixty years ago weve been saying it ever since TsrslMs2ScSlc SI All waConsult Toar doctor If be s take it then do as lu uya If h tells you oat kuoXwillingJ Mau DOOMS AN ADOBE THEORY meld MweewBB Authority rtmtm That Hops Imdlam Cfclldrea Pnsaled- tk Experts Dr George Done of the Field Columbian museum has made a dis covery in his investigations among the Hopi Indians that overturns many of the old theories of anthro pologists in regard to supposed inscription on the adobe houses of the tribe He made the announce ment of his discoveries in a lecture to the students of the University of Chicago the other afternoon on Civ ilization Among the Hop Indiana These inscriptions that the an thropologists have been trying to de cipher and read for years said Dr Dorsey have been found to beInothing more than the scratches made by mischievous Hopi children in the mud of the adobe houses after they have been freshlyI built They are not mysterious inscriptions at- all They are only the results of childish pranks Of course this dis covery makes the anthropologists feel rather vexed but the markings have much resemblance to some kind of picture writing and may well be taken for some kind of inscriptions Criminal la Heo Ayree Buenos Ayres has issued its criminal statistics for 1001 They include 00I murders 244 attempted assaults and- over 5000 theft burglaries and swin dles Cures Rheumatism and Catarrh Medicine Sent Free Send no moneysimplywrite and try Iotansc Blood Balm at our expense Botanic Blood Balm B B B kills or destroys the poison in thy blood which causes the awful aches in back and shoulder bladep shifting pains difficulty in moving fingers toes or legs bone pains swollen muscles and joints of rheu matism or the foul breath hawk ing spitting droppings in throat bad hearing specks flying before the eyes all played out feeling of catarrh Botanic Blood Balm has cured hundreds of cases of 80 or 40 years standing after doctors hot springs and patent medicines had all failed Most of these cured patients had taken Blood Balm as a last resort It is especially ad vised for chronic deepseated cases Impossible for anyone to suffer the agonies or symptoms of rheuma tism or catarrh while taking Blood Balm It makes the blood pure and rich thereby giving a healthy blood supply Cures are permanent and not a patching up Drug stores 1 per large bottle Sample of Blood Balm sent free and prepaid also special medical advice by describing your trouble and writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Tramp Peddler Killed Tho dead body of a man whose namo was said to be Mike J Mad den was found near the railroad bridge at Bowling Green with his skull crushed Ho is said to have been a hobo jewelry peddler and the Coroners inquest found that he was killed by parties unknown He had been with a gang of hobos who had been camping on the river and was thought they could explain his death The Worst Form Multitudes are singing praises of Kodol tho now discovery which is making so many sick people well andweak people strong by digest ing what they eat by cleansing and sweetening the stomach and by transforming their food into the kind of pure rich red blood that makes you feel good all over Mrs Cranfill of Troy I T writes For a number of years I was trou bled with indigestion and dyspepsia which grew into the worst form Finally I was induced to use Kodol and after using four bottles I am entirely cured I heartily recom mend Kodol to all sufferers from indigestion and dyspepsia Take a dose after meals It dige tl what you eat 0 rr S Axline and Ratliffe Released Bert Axlino and Jim RntlilTe white charged with Vm Moshy colored in tho murder of J N Hawkins a prominent merchant of Lexington wore last week re leased from custody in the Fayette Circuit Court Commonweaths Attorney John R Allen having movod that the indictments against them bo dismissed The throe men were arrested on the work of Pink erton Detective Read who was en gaged by a Citizens Committee to track down the guilty Natural Amxiety Mothers regard approaching win ter with uneasiness children take cold so easily No disease costs more little lives than croup Its attack is BO sudden that tho suffer er is often beyond human nid be fore tho doctor arrives Such cases CoughCuren1lnysinformation solutely safe Acts immediately Cures coughs colds grip bronchi tis all throat and lung trouble F S McMahon Hampton Ga A bad cold rendered me voiceless just before an oratorical contest I intended to withdraw but took One Minute Cough Cure It restored my voice in time to win the medal Federal Court at Frankfort- In the Federal Court at Frank fort Joseph M Hale of Laurel County was sentenced by Judge Cochran to 14 months at Atlanta on a charge of violating the reve nue laws John R Buckwalter of Rowan County was fined 500 for ob structing tho Licking River The case of Joe Coburn of Knott County charged with burning his distillery was taken up Coburn was arrested at Mena Ark Goes Like Hot Cakes The fastest selling article I have in my store writes druggist C T Smith of Davis Kyia Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds because it always cures In my six years of sales it has never failed I have known it to save sufferers from Throat and Lung diseases who could get no help from doctors or any other remedy Mothers rely on it best physicians prescribe it and J T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sons Campton guarantee satis faction or refund price Trial bot tles free Regular sizes 50c and 1 Judicial Coiveitioa County Conventions to nominate a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney and Circuit Judge in Kin ners District have been called for Oct 15 the general convention to be held at Ashland on the 20th For Commonwealths Attorney George Goard of Morgan j John Gray of Elliott and a Mr Wah of Carter County are announced Kinner will have no opposition in his own party but the district being close the Republicans will put out a ticket- Americas Famous Beauties Look with horror on Skin Eruptions Blotches Sores Pimples They dont have them nor will any one who uses Bucklons Arnica Salve It glorifies tho face Ecze ma or Salt Rheum vanish before it It euros sore lips chapped hands chilblains Infallible for Piles 25 cts at J Taylor Day Hazel Green and S S Combs Sons Campton drugstores Insane From Sunstroke Georgo Sorell a wellknown cit izen of Bath County was placed in Jail at Owingsville one day last week charged with lunacy He was formerly a soldier in the Philip pines and received a sunstroke there which is supposed to have caused his present condition For Sale Cheap Good farming lands near Glen cairn Ky Will sell in tracts to suit purchasers Call on or ad dress H F Bradley at Gloncairu Ky or the Eastern Kentucky Timber and Lumber Co Winchester Kentucky 5tf Keitnckiaa Hoiorei News has been received at Glas gow that Jerry B Leslie son of Preston P Leslie formerly of Glasgow has been nominated by the Democrats for Judge of the Court of Appeals of Montana For 28c in stamps you can get a free trial of Wilsons Tobacco Cure Has cured thousands CORP WILSON 730y Calvert Texas ln fy Qr a7 I SUBSCRIPTION RATES year in adysnceIOO lODe monthsII 55 e months II 30 + + Single copyII 00 The date alter your name indicate time you are paid to You should renew 10 days before time is out sail always give pontofHce county and I state changedRemittances when renewing orto have your be made by If 0 registered letter or bank draft I +COUNTY + DIRECTORY + HAZEL GREEN POLICE COURT H F PIEIIATT Judge J M NICKRIJ Marshall- W N NICKEIL Deputy Marshall BOARD OF TUSTEES W O MIZE ChairmanKW H CORn JOHN D DAVIS Jolts M ROSE JOHN H ROBE 0 CIRCUIT COURTtThird Monday in January FourthtMonday in April and Third Monday in September t DAVID B REDWINK Judge CommonwealthsAttorneyJ k tff C G HANKS Trustee Jury Fund 0COUNTY COURT First Monday in each month JudgeWFRANK STAMPER Sheriff C C FUIKH County Attorney J B LITTLE Jailer- S N HoniiH Assessor SurveyorFRANK J W TAULBEE County Supt 0CMAGISTRATES COURTS TIME OF HOLDING AND OFFICIALS FIRST DISTRICT ELIAS SIIOCKEY Magistrate No time set for holdintcourt SECOND DISTRICT JOHN D ROSE Jit Magistrate S N NORMAN Constable Court days First Thursday in February May August and November i Magi Februarytray 5 FOURTH DrsrrirrIt R LEna Magistrate WM SPENCER Countable Court days First Friday in March June Se ftFIFTH A SIXTUJ N CHAMBERS Magistrate in both districts DAVID BANKS Constable Court days Third Friday in February May August and November SEVENTH DISTRICT B F BOLIN Magistrate PORTER CLARK Constable 1 Court lays First Saturday in March June September and December EIGHTH DISTRICT GEORGE OLIVER Magistrate No constable nod no set time for holding court r i A GOOD POSITION r Awaits every worthy graduate of tho Elliott Commercial Schools OF WEST VIRGINIA WHEELING FAIRMOUNT CHARLESTON CLARKSBURG 1 If you cannot enter one of our schools write for full informatt tion concerning our Short Hand aCOllrBe i W B ELLIOTT Pres Wheeling W Va A GOOD FARM F FOB SALIE- titi jj ACRES OF LAND lying I 25 on the waters of Falling Water in Wolfe county Ky j 70 ACRES cleared ready for plow A good log house of two rooms good log barn and plenty of water for family use and stock Plentyof timber for all fencing Eight miles from Hazel Green t 8 miles from Campton and 3 miles from May town Possession March 1 1003 n IN CASH will bIy it 15I U but it is worth 1000 gJfFor further information call or address THE HERALD 3 5tf Hazel Green Ky z ROSE WHEELER a BLACKSMiTHS I ANDiWAGONMAKERS gii yHAZEL1fInrite the attention of the farmers of this vi cinity to their im proved facilities for blackamithing and wagon making u welhas 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 oar specialties Your patronage iIs re spectfullr solicited and will be duly ap predated Respectfully deco r ROSE dt WHEELER GET QURMJIZAD8JCJI 3pI ww- salHU i ta pslatdatH iAaB i Ca r a r z1rfyroky 1- 1ww iiHERALD 0 SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY i THURSDAY Oct 2 10021 I +DEmO RATIQ+TI KEt + FOR CONGRESS s I I Ij HON FaAs HOPKINS j OF PRESTONSBURG III IIAnnouni I For Circuit Court ClerkJHOLLONWe are authorized to announce I It I1OLLOX as a candidate for the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Wolfe County subject to the action of the Democratic partyIFor LegUIntlve Representative PIERATT We are authorized- to announce II F PIERATT as a candidate for the office of Representative in the leg islature from the 91st District subject to the action of the Democratic party z EDITORIAL + ERUPTIONS TILE overconfidence of Napoleon lost him Warterloo j overconfi dence of Capt Leathers of the Natchez caused him to lose iO 030 and the greatest steamboat f race of Western waters to Capt f Cannon of the R E Lee Demo crats be not over sanguine The Democratic majority in this Con gressional District is quite suffici out but suppose every man should say Oh therell Jbe enough with out me and thus fail to vote The result is plain enough to all t and just such a thing is possible But if every Democrat should do his duty there is no danger from defeat and that every Democrat must do 0000 A CHICAGO school teacher has been granted divorce because her husbandcould not spell They separated and she finally wrot- him that she was going to apply for a divorce His answer was as follows If you want to get that it will be all rite with me if you 9lcansend me ten and i will let you out if you will send me what i want Dont waitsend it this week t Send it soon Ten is a nail An cer 0000 i RECENTLY an inquisitive woman a was talking to James Whitcomb Riley on how poorly paid was the profession of literature But Mr Riley said she surely you have no cause for complaining You must be a very rich man I understand you get a dollar a word for all you write Yees ma dam said Riley with a slow drawl but sometimes I sit all day and dont think of a dd word 0000 THE people are now demanding t coal and the owners and operators of the anthracite mines must furnish it and they must do that now very soon Their charters are given them by the State of Pennsylvania J for the purpose of mining coal and mine coal they must olse the people of the United States will soon know why nots 0000 THE only hope Mr White has of theapossibility that enough Democrats will stay away from the polls to give him a majority A still hunt is the only hope of Mr White and his followers But Democrats will prove themselves wide awake and show the fallacy of this Republican scheme 0000 THE more Democrats we elevate t to official position especially as national lawmakers the sooner torsuppress this when you go to the polls on the 4th of next month and castI your vote for Hon Frank A HopI 1i kins the Democratic nominee for r Congress 00001I t A DEMOCRATS if you would rid the country of trusts you must avail a of every step in that ditectiqar The election of Frank Hopk ns will add just a vote in Congres to help destroy their power See ther that you stamp under roes c I ITIlE larger the majority the the and Demgreater victory every ocrat should bo at the polls on theI day of election to help swell Mr t Hopkins inrj rity 0000 I I FROM Germany comes the story I j ofa novel charity In the town ofII I Hnschmnnn prizes are offered year I ly for the men who will marry ugliest or most crippled theII and also for women over 40 I have been jilted at least twice jjt I 0000 j i iJlST a month from now you will J bo called to cast your voto for a j I Congressman to reprdsent this dis j trict If you are opposed to com bines trusts centralization of capital j etc you will vote for Frank A Hopkins tho 0000 Democratic candidate I I THE diagram furnished by thIt I III editor of tho CAMPTON COUIIIEU to illustrate his definition of The Partisan reminds us forcibly f the story of the painter who hav ing painted a picture of a horse and himself doulting tho likenesp ihorsei Our Grand Offer f Until further notice we will give every new subscriber anti every old one who renews choice of tho following papers They are absolutely I free and given as an induce ment to take THE HERALD Here i they are The Toledo Blade Republican- The Sunny South Stories c Home and Farm Farm cII Our Republican friends shouldl surely avail of this grand chance to secure their political bible free the ladies will find Sunny South a literary gem and farmers andl their wives will be pleased with Homo and Farm Subscribe today Oar Legislative Candidate- H F Pieratt of Hazel Greeu Wolfe county attended County Court here Monday He left with us his formal an nouncement for Representative of this the 91st Legislative District of Kentucky to which office he as pires a nominee for which is to be chosen on the 11th day of next month at Caney Ky Mr Pieratt hails from Wolfe county in accordance with a prearrangement made by the Morgan Wolfe District to tho effect that thee Representative alternately As Mr Pieratt is well known iin this district we do not record this announcement from the stand point ofa personal introduction but merely to introduce him as a Representative aspirant Ho is one of the best reputable and high standing families in the mountains being a son of the Revr Jim Tom Pieratt whom we have all known so long and learned to love so much H F is not of the bigotted swellhead kind but is of the gen erous conservative genial and levelheadedsort that likes every body and that everybody likes He is about 38 years of age and his ability as a practical businessman and successful financier i simply excellent His father shoved him out int the activities of life at an early date and his ability and experience are thefore to be envied Being familiar with all tho avocations of the typical moutaineers not 11th Congressional District mountaineers he is so much the more adequate to the task of meet ing their requirements demands and needs when representing them in the Legislative halls of Ken tuckyThe most commendable of Mr Pieratts traits of character are hi- joriginal wit and his good hardj practical common sense which en able him to be equal to every emer gency and be rightly up against every proposition And more he has never worried1 his friends and countrymen by aspiring to official position except ing one instance and that too of a local and domestic nature I having been elected as Chief Executive of Hazel Green Not saying the most of Henry r ho will be a game Pieratt if el ected to represent us in tho Gon eral Assembly of Kentucky Here he is Sticknow a plume I in his cap Let us not down the young active ambitious andl worthy He will hold us in hi I bosom and guard us gently andl sae his palm as he would the J apple of his own eye The Herald congratulates in ad yanco Morgan County Herald Sept 25 Tom Walters who lives on the Nickell fork of Grassy has six pet skunks which he raised from kit tens and they are as docile as any domestic cats The six are each marked in black and whito bars and present a pretty picture when at play with the children of Vitality of life and Is early In j ILossappetite and diminishing Hoods Sarsaparilla is the crcatest vitalizerit acts on all the organs and builds up the whole system SHERIFFS SALE T Y VIRTUE OF an execution tome J5 directed which iissued from the office of the Clerk of the Breathitt Cir cuit Court in favor of W R Day c and against S F Russell I will cm the 6th day of October 1U02 it being Coun ty Court day between the hours of 11 oclock a in and 4 oclock p m at the court house door in Campton Ky expose to public sale the following dejj scribed property towit A tract of land on Still water in Wolfe County Kyand bounded as follows wit Beginning on a walnut tree toJJ I ing near the bank of the creek at Swangos line Thence a southerly rection to J D Hollons line Thence a northerly direction to R S Roses line ow S S Roses s line Thence with his line x the ridge to Joel Gevedona line with his line to Hiram Swangos line Thence with his line to the begin ning For lurther description see deedII from A M Strange to H F Deed Book 5 page 395 And will pro ceed to sell said land or so much aa will be necessary to satisfy said debt interest and all costs thereon w the highest and best bidder on a credit of three months from the day of sale the purchaser giving bond with approved security bear ing 6 per cent interest from 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 September 18th 1902 T F STAMPER 1Sheriff of Wolfe County Sick Headache Food doesnt digest well Appetite poor Bowels constipated Tongue coated Its your liver Ayers Pills are liver pills they cure dys pepsia biliousness 2Sc All drogglata Want your muulachn or Ward a beauutuJ brown or reh black Than we BUCKINGHAMS DYE ers 60 en 01 MuffgAre A P Wa a ee It H Lexington and Eastern Railway I Time Table in Effect September 1 1902 EAST BOUND Xo I NoI Daily ex STATIONS Daily Sunday P3I LveltMLyJ 25 OIJexington h 745 am- L UI 3 10 1011 8 25 am 3 50 Im OIIWinlhesteriI JO 9 13 am 4 Oi ira i 44 9 23 am 4 35 Bridge 57 9 54 am 449 JlO 08 am- a 11 pmI5jINat OlIO 29 am G 11 Will 26 am 6 15 9411 30 am WEST BOUND No1 is No3 DullySunday 131 PMArr 10 10 I 6 05 pm ArrII 8 9 37 25 120 BeattYveJcI2t J 4 5 39 20 pm pm 8 28 am Nat Bridge 44 4 30 pm 8 01 am 57 I 01 pm 7 47 am t 2 3 47 pm 7 20 am 15711Stanton pm C G 25 29 am am II 11901230n pm um SO ft K BRANCH oEAST BOUND ho 33 No 21 Daily ex = STATIONS = Daily eL Sunday r Sunday 3 30 0Jackson 0 11 20 335 GOK Junction 6 ii 26 4 17 11 Wilhuret 11 11 52 4 30 13Mlfnmpton13 11 58 5 10 20 Lee City 20 12 22 5 18 22 Helechawa 22 12 28 5 45 27 Cannel City 27 12 45 PM ARIL PM A WEST BOUND Na34 No 22 Daily ex A STATIONS Daily ex Sun ay Sunday 9 15 9Jackson 0 2 35 9 10 0 K Junction 6 2 30 58e8 15 Hampton 1 52 73520 Lee City 20 1 28 7 26 22 Helechawa 22 1 22 7 00 27 Cannel City 27 105 AatLv PM Ln Noi 3 and 4 make close connection for Cannel City and points on Ohio and Kentucky Railway Division daily except Sun dayNos 1 and 2 connect at L E Junction with Chesapeake and Ohio for ML Sterling pointsNos BeattyvillJunctionexcept Sunday ManagerCHAST R MOKGAN S P A indttfit r15al1k f WINCHESTER KY K H WITHERSPOON President RD HUNTER Caihler 10000000ISurplus 2000000 Handsome deposit of 40421048 This Bank solicits the accounts of merchant farmers traders and business me generally throughout Eastern Kentucky aad olen its customers evegfacillty aanJJ theRmltaoIegitiatatobaakIage 1 N B LYONS LEWIS HYLTONIII Lyons I KyltonDEALERS IX General Merchandise MAYTOWN KENTUCKY demonstrated that TREY SELL GOODS CHEAPER SAVING ANYBODY invite the people of Hazol Green and Ii vicinity to call and inspect their stock and learn prices Wo realizeI that this sounds like Carrying Coals to Newcastle On tho other I hand The Proof of the Pudding is in Chewing the Bag aid if yon I will only give us the chance wo will make you a satisfied customer j H F PIERATT II C QUICKSALL H FeCO1 DEALERS IX I 111C0000l000 ICe III0DDOO S000 Wt c000 QO 110 0 IC 1ft 001000000001 I I General Merchandise00001I II j 00000 10 110 I 00 1t0 1110 10 OOOOUOIC 0 3oooooooo 000 II I 00 II 0000 000000 II 00 Live Stock and Country Produce IF YOU WANT CHEAP GOODS COME WITH THE CASH as that is the onlysafe and reliable way to do business PLEASE DO NOT ASK FOR CREDIT- Very respectfully H F PIERATT CO I s P Q 4 1 All partios now indebted to mo ty shouldcall and suttlo or thoro will f- I liu A HOT TIME IN THE OLD tJ V TOWN TODAYas I am deter W mined to windup all myoutstand jj ing business Thanking you for J f past patronage and moro cspoci Ially if you will pay mo for my ti K goods you have consumed 1 I remain respectfully ff H F PIERATT B I CECIL BROS Koplet Foncy Grocers Have in Stock and Sell Low for CASH the following goods APPLLE BUTTER 15c quart jar JELLIES all kinds A glasses 21c PEACH LEAF LAUD ISc per pound SUGAR Me to GJc per pound CAUOVA COFFEE best in town 1JJc BONNIE ROLLED OATS lOc package SWEET POTATOES canned lfc for 25c KRAUT 3pound can lOc CORN lOc per can PEAS cans 25- cfiHARNESS BRIDLES GRANITE WARE Everything first class and fresh and YOU SAVE MONEY on everything you buy of us ttPfdidc Of1kounguherl r RICHMOND KENTUCKY J W McGARVEY Jr President Offers advantages no other school in Kentucky affords Situated in beautiful country Most scholarly faculty in the State Music depart ment unsurpassed Frequent illustrated lectures by the President on his I travels in Europe and the Holy Land Sickness almost unknown Good table ByWrite for catalog i r EDTCTO RIs RetableE Huperfloua eliminates CURE flesh ABSOLUTE corpulency It is nndEE and as harmless as fresh air D Thousands of patients have Dused this treatment Phy UWritetoU Send 25 cents to rover postage IiC confidential etc Correspondence strictlyC plain sealed package can make It Beducto at T it you desire you homeTfear of evil effects GINSENG CHEMICAL CO O370J SO LOUIS JEFFERSON MO AYE 0 BEDJDjC O ja T CASKEY HAZEL GREEN KY Dealer in General Merchandise and Country Produc- eHAS NOW ON HAND A LARGE well selected stock of Dry Goods Notions GENTS FURNISHING GOODS LADIES AND GENTS TIES READYMADE CLOTHING HATS AND CAPS BOOTS AND SHOES PATENT MEDICINES eaaIn fact everything usually kept in exI prices will treat you nicely B BII i I II IINB B I i i 1 I 2 2 c c + I t I Jtt n 1 t a f a OLD FATHER TIME Has made remarkable changes in the manufacture of WATCHES AND CLOCKS Wo carry a line of Newest Designs and latest improved timopieces PRICES RANGE FROM 500 to 500 Ir-f Ir buythatFRED J HEINTZ East Main Street Opposite Phrcnix Hotel LEXINGTON K- YWANTEDsay 5000 acres COKING COAL LANDS conven transportationto descriptioninbus Ohio 510 fJCT YOUR NOTBHKAD8Kn elop letterhead CnUiIoiraes Sale BlnaJtcprlated at JJJtBALDace r c J flr fl J TAYLOE DAyTtj CARRlkIN STOCK A FULL LINE OF Ladies Dress Goods Gents Furnishings Ladies and Gents Shoes Standard Groceries Lamps and Queensware Cutlery aiid Hardware CapsIIn fact eyeajything usually found in firstclass store IT DAT MILLINERY ICARRIES A COMPLETE LINE OF MILLINERY and NOTIONS LADIES FURNISHINGS DRESS GOODS TRIMMINGS c RIBBONSypsWAnd sells everything so low that tho poorest may buy CLOTHING IIhave a nice lot of clothing which I intend to close out and if you want a bargain in this t line do not fail to call at once C S ESO I Also I will sell you shoes at 100 that I have always sold at 125 and the same pro portion clear through Remember this is for CASH ONLY J lVI SETHE PEOPLES FRIEND 01 f ffl 1JQ t II ENVELOPES W NOTEHEADS 1 BILLHEADS 2LETTERHEADS SALEBILLS o I PROGRAMSCIRCULARS CATALOGS MINUTES c c 1 We have Three Fast Presses a Power Paper Cutter and 40 Years Experience enables us to Court Corn r is parison and Defy Competition When a 9 you want PRINTING come and see us Respectfully c 1 SPENCER COOPER l ETHE LEADING DAILY OF TI w BLUE GRASS REGION 13 r ww I THE MORNING I L r7 it r Of Lexington Kctuclyiw i y ww= It baa th fnll AteNtclattriPnxr nn n r r lug the hi Ctw= lie audl INt n + n p = the oil fields nhail end r1Nrtlny WI a S1 nnA V a t = great Inlert special article dmiw= I Its Editorial h4IcE h + t I = every aulaurioer who pays six mouths to advanen = I It Is now giving with 1U Sunday the bra 1 S= paper ntlral mrii oJ = a FA dollaryVOiIlE tamed by the Burr MlIntwh urn ut thu w tII t wrI ENow wris the time to Subscribe 3 00 for Six Months j I THE LEXINGTON PUBLISHING CO i 1= PeatotNce Box 316 teairatoa ay 1 5T W UP BMcxiMiiDOCPraddenk Daswtasacetuluosyur 1 THE HERALD Difficult Digestion Tact is ilvspopslo It makes life miserable Its sufferers eat nut because they went to bat simply because tliey IHUS They know they are Irritable and fretful but they cannott t Iiiervisc e They ciriplaiii lOf a bail taste In the mouth a tf iclpnioss at the pit of the stom tuhtcs3xt The etfctllal nIIIlt pruved by nent ron r huwin1s t f evere permsI Hoods Sarsaparilla t UcJ 11IU the d CitirUcI fjfb X mark shows that your time ii up and unless you renew at once yon may not get the paper next week Five Cents a Bushel will ho paid to mine 500 to 1HiOO bushels of coal Apply at this office at once Richard Hord of Lexington was again interviewing our merchants on Tuesday BE CURED of rheumatism To nil its lameness aches mill pains take Hoods Sat aparilbt You must be sure to GET HOODS Mrs Alice Pieratt and children spent an enjoyable Sunday at tho home of E F Cecil and wife on Grassy Miss Callie Wills of Toliver has the thanks of tho editor and his bettorsovenoighths fora basket of very fine sweet potatoes For Contttlpntioit- onsIiiXHivcSyruniiMcTate 1 rcmnlyfo Udlw wHhiMrveiHsitisiwiMiiilt I f Uyluiniiles uul1crnthlnlWlbllWctII 1riceSSc Sold by J C tamper Grassy Creek F A Ward Upper Long Branch Morgan county will have a sale of his personal effects including livo stock crop Ac on Saturday the 18th inst For particulars see bills Our friend exSheriff Thrasher Combs was hero a little while on Taesdayshakinghundswith friends 1en route to Quicksand whore ho is engaged in a big logging contract F THE HEKVID and TwiceaWeek CourierJournal is only X125 for 12 months with Weekly Enquirer for same tnlie IJ5 And now is the time to subscribe tfIl Sam Wilson has just finished one of J1 Days houses occupied by J T Gevedon the man of music Time body is a fawn color trimmed with white Sam wants to hoar from others soon Rev James M Little pastor of the Presbyterian Church of this place requests us to announce that he will preach hero on the third Sunday in this month services at 11 oclock a in and everybody is cordially invitedy 3 Will Pres Taulbeo of Johnson Forkvisited his brother W Riley Taulbee Monday and reported that y George Staceys store near him in Magofliu county was burned a few nights since and was a total loss as he had no insurance Charley Buchanan tho s h I 00II smithrequests to announco s bo will have finished his farming operations by the end of the week and that hereafter ho may bo found inhis shop every week day fully prepared to mako boots and shoes w in the most artistic stylo or to repair old work in a substantial and satisfactory manner TLe funeral of Mrs Jas Wheat ley Mrs Vm Clark Old Undo Billy Clark and Mrs J T Stam per will bo preached at T liver tChurchon tho second Sunday in vi October at 10 oclock a m Revs Wm Cord Wm Tyler and others Rill conduct the services and nc- i cording to timehonored custom of the only Jim Tom Pioratt there will be dinner on the ground x On Monday last Mrs A C Nick Jallcelebrated tho 28th anniversary of her birth by setting a dinner to which a few especially chosen friends were invited each of whom h presented her with a souvenir of their esteem A quilting boo was alsolI a featuro of the occasion all the ladies present taking part It Wag an enjoyable affair in every JJKticular and all tho guests ex pressed tho hope that the hostess k Wight s toyhappy Keep It in Your Home j v4 when propya doseaof lAous LAXATIV l Uacts onIteystem in good working order and r lk your complexion clear Wd by J C Stamper Grassy Creek e r Churches of Christ At the Annual Meeting held with the congregation at Whito Oak in Morgan county Sept 1922 somo things wore dono looking towards tho advancement of the muse o Christ in the West Liberty District There was a feeling manifested 1 that moro permanent work should1 bo dono and in order to securo a more systematic and methodical 1 work tho Annual Meeting elected1 an Executive Board of five mem hers to take tho evangelization of tho district under its immediate fl caro Tho members of this board1 for the ensuing year are W C Nickell Secretary W W Mc Guiro R C Muxey W G Blair and Judge Carter Chairman Tho hoadcnmrtersof this board will be at West Liberty They will meet once each month It was also It tormi nod to hold a delegate meeting for business only on Friday before tho 3rd Sun day in August at West Libert preachingning pdaytainly a move in the right direction and we look for much good to como from this especially missionary business mooting of dole gates from each of the congregations in the district It is in keep ing with all successful organized work yWCman of tho delegate meeting and Thomas Lykins of Spaus Creek is the Secretary The Executive Board will soonI issue and make known their plans for the ensuing year and it is hopedl that every congregation and each member in every congregation willI put forth an effort to cooperate with them that tho Divine Plea may bo preached throughout tho district as never before W II Coup Retiring Chairman West Liberty District i CASTORIAI j I j For Infants and Children ij The Kind You Have Always Bought iI Fears the- Signature of I A Wedding and Wedding Feast Married at time residence of Mr nnd Mrs Roe Nickoll of our town on Thursday Sept 25th Nick Bailey and Miss Eliza Nickell The bride is a very distant rein the of mina host whero the cede mony was performed and an or phan girl both her parents being dead The groom is a young wid ower with three children but prosperous young farmer of Mor gan county Mr Nickell and wife F M Long and wife Oscar Fallen and wife and perhaps others of the goodcitizens of Dickvillo for theI nonce formed a trust by pooling their dinnerpots and honored tho bridal couple with a dinner worthy tho occasion after which the two souls with but a single thought two hearts that beat as one lef for their home on Toms Branch BbcKIDNEY1 era BACKACHE TUrlnarjI toe ttf Sold by H F 1ieratt Hazel Green Ky I Eaten Bread Soon ForgottenI About the time melons begun t como into tho local market one ofI our friends promised us that inconsideration of a notice wo printjj od about a sale ho had made toII givo us the largest melon ho raised Later wo noticed some crackerjacks I said to havo boon grown by him but each time consoled our I selfwith the idea that he lead still1 a larger one in reserve for us But ii tho season being now about over I wo conclude that it is just another illustration that oaten broad iis soon forgottenII Send 85c and got a free trial of I Wilsons Morphine Cure tested for 14 years and always success ful Send to COUP WnoSoIf 30y Calvert Texas I Another Lie Nailed Tho opponents of Hon Frank Hopkins arc trying to make it ap pear that at some time in tho past he failed to support the local Dem ocratic ticket or part of it Those who are in a position to know sayI there ftFmTtnrthJn tho charge All wiio know Mr Hopkins knowI that Ie has at all times done hisI bes to secure the triumph of Dem ocr tic principles and candidates Winchester Democrat PAYS HIS RESPECTS To Mr Wilson and Proves That He is Somewhat of a Liar Himself- f SIDELL ILLS Sept 27 Spencer Cooper Hazel Greon Ky Dear Mr Cooper If you willi allow mo space in your dear paper for a fowlines I will tell you about how much potatoes corn and oats was raised in this part of the state this year as Isee where some of fltho t Kentucky boys are writing what an abundance of corn oats and tutors growod in Missouri this year Well Mr Coopor wouldnt be surprised if Mr Andrew WilsonI didnt stretch his blanket a little when he was writing to you what potatoes ho was digging for jhis aunt Well I dont intend to toll any thing but the facts The first I will tell about is our oats Oats blowed down so that all of the couldnot bo saved but enough wasI secured to make 80 or 00 bushelsI acre and corn is so big that I boon hauling it on the running gear of a wagon to feed hogs And as to potatoes they growod s I big that we had to tako off a panell of fence to get them out of theI garden Wo havo been eating onI one potato ever since oats harvest and havent oaten over half of iit1 yetI think Mr Andrew Wilson willI not writo any inoro about his aunts tators after this Believe me Mr Cooper if you want to If you dont come and see As sure as Monday night cornea round I to the postotiice go In search of mail within the box For a papers there I know Tis one I always love to read The best within this world Itecnuse it brings me news from home The dear old HAZEL GREEN HERALD I remain as ever your friend- J C TRIMBLE Rural Route No1 Celebrate Their Silver Wedding- Mr and Mrs Harmon Swango near town on Sunday their silver wedding Sept 28th being tho 25th anniversary of their prosIoc- casion including silver plated knives and forks etc etc attested tho esteem in which they are held by a host of friends The event also called for a dinner par oxcollauce which was partaken of by a few particular friends who were especially invited and they say tho table literally groaned uu der its weight of good things All present enjoyed the feast and each one expressed the wish that mine cola obrate their golden and diamond weddings respectively Public Speaking Hon Frank A Hopkins Demo cratic candidate for Congress willI speak at tho following times and jplaces Pomerojton Thursday Oct 2 Frenchburg Friday Oct 3 Mt Sterling Saturday Oct 4 betpresent and is tendered a division- of timeffSpeaking will begin at 1 p ICVSpeaking oxcept Maytown at 6 oclock p m Married at the residence of tho brides parents Joe Lykins and wife near Hazol Green on Friday Sept 26th 1002 Hallick Parick of West Liberty to Miss Molly trodo1 the nuptial knot immediatelyafter which the happy young couple left for their future homo at West Liberty We gladly note that the eyesight of Miss Myrtle Davis is improving to a wonderful oxtent She is the guest of Judge Swango who takes her from his home near Mt Storl ing into town to see Dr Reynolds daily and his treatment has nearly completely restored her sight Hon Frank Hopkins addressed a good sized and eminently respect able audience here Wednesday in which he araignod thetrusts in all their arrogant avarice and point ed to tho fact that they are foster ed by tho Republican party p Only 50 Centst- o make your babystrong and well A fifty cent bottle of Scotts Emulsion- will change a sickly baby to a plump romping child Only one cent a day think I of It Its as nice as cream Send fora free sample and tir I SCOTT BOWNE ChcmUU ItI4oyyis Paul Street New I soc lid LeO aU sft i 1 k rJ CAWTTDK CQU1E13P BEN SEWELL EDITOR VOLUME I NUMBER 10 EDITORAIL EFFUSIONS TIn VAUTISAN There is a wide difference 0 opinion as to who is a partisan Some imagine a partisan is ono who invariably votes a certain ticket with a certain party This idea is palpably falacious and erroneous on its face If a man al ways and invariably votes a cer tain ticket never crossing o r scratching because ho believes in thattticket represents that man is a patriot and not a partisan On tho other hand ifa man votes with a certain party and does not believe in tho principles advocated partisanInot only a partisan but a fool a traitor and unworthy to wear tho name of an American citizen He who votes for party sake and not for the sake of principle is more dangerous to tho safety of Ameri uotoriouelpublic voto seller Catch tho idea A partisan is ono who votes with a party and does not believe in the principles advocated by that party ANYBODY not drunk on insanity admits that we havo better times under Republican administrations than under Democratic adminis trations Yet some aro so strong in the faith that they will voto Democratic if it results in tho erection of a starvation souphouse on every street corner of tho land Such of such ilk should have to go halffed and halfclothed till their political hulks are softened a bit WE HAD tho blessings of low prices under Clevelands admin istration Hornyhanded sons of toil how did you like it Do you blessingsdso and you are sure to get thorn LOCAL LACONICS The wife of Judge J W Conglo ton is on tho sick list Mumps is raging in tho family of A F Byrd Quito a swell affair Dorsey Lovelace the 12yearold son of Mr and Mrs George Love lace of Stillwater died on tho 25th inst of flux A n Cox of Boxer the defeat hardfoughtirace for matrimony was in town Saturday and Sunday tho guest of Judge J W Congleton The Methodist Quarterly Meet ing was conducted at this place Saturday and Sunday by RevC F Oney the Presiding Elder Rev Oney was the guest of A F Byrd while here and helped to destroy chickens to a finish County Clerk Tutt reports the following marriage license issued since Sept 18th James Lindon and Iola Childers N W Bailey and Eliza Nickell Bruce Rose and Kate Chambers G Taylor and Rosa Lee Turner Frank Alexan der and Martha Collier Samuel R Cotterill and Maggie E Brad leyDr J H Stamper reports the following Mrs Laura Horton is very ill of flux Rev G W Har demans baby who has been near deaths door of catarrhal fever is convalescent Sept 25th born to the wife of exSheriff TComba a fine Democratic girl Sept 27th born to the wife of John Shepherd a strenuous Roosoveltian Rough Rider Hon Greon Garrett of Winches ter was here last week on business He handed ye rampant editor one dollar for TimE HERALD oneI year He complimented the CAMP j TON COURIER very highly aad ad vised its editor to pour it into the Democrats hot and heavy Mr Garretts family were guests of the Combs House several weeks last summer and got struck on Camp ton Hon H F Pieratt the artful Democratic politician of Hazel Green was in town Saturday shak ing hands with the noble onegal lused boys While here he made a special hunt for THE HERALD to read the Editorial Effusions in j CAMPION COURER Pieratt is a crackerjack and the bossless Democrat that beats him for tho Dem ocratic nomination for Represent I ative will have accomplished aii feat hitherto undreamed of e J 1f i J T F Stamper I R Hollon and W E White composing tho Board meft Saturday and appointed tho fol lowing officers for tho coming No vember election First DistrictD H Lindon D and Howard Little It Judges J R Carroll D Clerk John T Graham R Sheriff Second District D B Center D and A C Nickell It Judges W P Lacy It Clerk J B Davis D Sheriff Third DistrictJ B Hollon D and J W Halsoy R Judges G n Stamper D Clerk Jas Drake It Sheriff Forth District JessoAdamsD and G B Martin R Judges B B Cole It Clerk Robert Hobbs D Sheriff Fifth DistrictMasonGibbsD- and William Pence Jr RJudges Isaac Elkins Sr D Clerk Tay lor Sowell R Sheriff Sixth District GT Con tor D and Jonathan Childers R Judges G W Lovelace It Clerk Robert Cecil D Sheriff Seventh DistrictJ T Center D and James Neff R Judges Joo Catron D Clork S S Shack olford R Sheriff Eighth District S F Allen D and Gus Bradley R Judges J M Lovelace R Clerk G C Oli ver D Sheriff The following are on the sick list Mesdames Kelly Fulks Isaac W Combs and James T honks Jailer J n Little has nine pris oners in his custod- yCOUNTY NEWS NOTES 0ftgrTo insure insertion ALL cones byMondaythat nearby on Monday morning STILLWATER SPARKLES 0Clinton Creech wont to Leo City last week on business Quito n largo crowd attended the meeting at Rebecca Church Sun dayMiss Dolia Collier spent Satur day night with friends at Camp ton Died on Sept 25th Dorsoy the little son of G W Lovelaco and wife of flux Miss Lula Combs of Campton- was the guest of Miss Delia Collier Sunday night- Sylvester Ilalsey is confined to his room with a very bad foot time result of blond poison George Byrd and family of Mor gan county were visiting at the Bridge Saturday and Sunday Miss Clara E Taylor daughter of W H Taylor comes to the front with a quilt that contains 5000 pieces Boys dont all speak at onceMarried on the 23rd inst at the residence of the brides father W H Chambers of this creek Bruce Rose to Miss Katie Chambers The groom is one of Stillwaters brightest young men while the bride is tho oldest daughter of Rev W H Chambers by a former mar riage May their pathway bo en twined with lots of healthy and happy little Roses Sept 29 PRESTO See advertisement of Lyons Hylton dealers in general merchandise otc at Maytown who claim to undersell anybody and invite tho people to an inspection of their goods and prices ROBERT P KASH The originator of LOW PRICES is wholesale dealer in FLOUR SALT and solicits tho patronage of tho merchants of the mountains He also carries a complete line of Qefl1ilI llIro1iaiigise liilConntIg PrOaUGB f Embracing everything usually found in a firstclass country store and the purchaser may rely always upon getting the moneyHe and Morgan to call and see his goods and learn his prices and suggests that it might pay come prepared to take home a load of goods which they will want to buy when they learn prices Will meet any legitimate competitionCall buyingMcCaufley Ky f rtr t I E4ArKS- uIoClearing Clothiqg WE ARE BADLY OVERSTOCKED 1 WE NEED MONEY 1 WE NEED IT BADLY i w CLOTHING Rearess off Manntactnrcrs CCost I y i New Goods Latest Styles Best Quality Here is a chance to get GOOD CLOTHING at cheap prices Mens AllWool Suits 499 Mens AllWool Best Flannels 499 Mens All Wool Best Cassimere OC Suits 00 UU 1 t This is about the cost of the trimmings 500 MENS LINEN SUITS Coat Pants and Vest at 126 Suit IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS READ THISJIBOYS SUITS BOYS SUITS BOYS SUITS 49Three1I Suits 40 Cents up to 700 We can show you a better assortment than all the houses in Lexington together We are the only house in Lexington who sell the celebrated Alfred Benjamin Co Clothing S Louis Gus StrauslEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON KYS WHEN BUYING WHISKEY I MEDIOJL1 USE y FOR TO BE USED tfcS fc EVE 1qE 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 parre have good pure whiskey well distilled from choice grain well aged and matured with special care for 9 200 225250 PER GALLON and we pack your jug in a nice plain box for shipping so that no one can tell what you are getting rind send Soua nice etcped glass and corkscrew free Send us your order and let us prove that we mean what we say Remit by PostROffice Money order or registered letter to the HAGAN DISTILLING CO Lexington Ky i CLARK 3 HOWARD CONTRACTORS AND BUDERS 4 206208 E Main LEXINGTON KY Honest material master mechan ics and consciencious calculations 1 are their stock in trade Hence it 1 is that satisfaction is guaranteed l Our Largest Cosloip N Talk for us They are so well satisfied themselves that they tellothers about the merits of Lexington Reel All who use it agree that it is the best beer they ever drank So will yourif you give it a trial No beer r receives better care in the brewinn lull tb bottlinnw0 LEXINGTON 1 BREWING COMPANY W R CRAWFORD CO H Live Stock Commission Merchants l FOR THE SALE OF Cattle Hogs Sheep Cincinnati Union fyALSOCentral Stock Yards LOUIgVILLE KY- We have an Eastern outlet for all desirable stock at iriH Cpag i e 4ff solicited All correspondence cheerfully answers to In JavaNatives do not glaze coffee with a cheap and impure coating They have too high a regard for health as delicious9flavorvery American roasters who glaze their package coffees do not dare to touch or glaze their high priced Mochas and Javas Why orILyil UU II CC JUST PURE Coffee The seated package Insure uniform quality ud freshness Oil in Morgan County The Pebblo Sand Oil and Gas Go of this city operating on Elk Fork in Morgan County a fow miles from West Liberty brought in a good well of the black lubri cating oil at a depth of about 400 1 feot Saturday afternoon The Licking l River Oil and his Co also brought in a good well in the same territory The Pebble Sand Oil and Gas Co will prospect their well to a depth of 2000 feet audI will put new machinery in at once Mt Sterling Gazette Catarrh Cannot be Cured with LOCAl APPLICATIONS as they cannot reach the seat of the dis ease Catarrh is a blood or con 1 stitutional disease and in order to curt ityou must take internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly ou tho blood and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this P country for years and is a regular prescription It is composed of the best tonics known combined with the best blood purifiers act n ing directly on the mucous sur faces Tlio perfect combination 5ofthe two ingredients is what pro duces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh Send for testimonials free Howard Must Serve His Sentence t The Court of Appeals aiiinned a judgmentof the MagoJfin Circuit Court in the case of John W How t ard against the Commonwealth Howard was found guilty of manslaughter in the lower court and given a sentence of 10 years in tho penitentiary He killed Fred P I ISimerat Salyersvillo on February 4 190L Fqrty Years Torture t To be relieved from a torturing disease after JO yearstortnre might n well cause the gratitude of anyone That is what DoWitts Witch Hazel Salvo did for C Haney Geneva 0 lie says De Witts Witch Hazel Salvo cured me of piles after I had suffered 10 years Cures cuts hums wounds skin diseases Be ware counterfeits Accidentally Shot Himself Chris Webster of Grant County accidentally shot himself Wednes day week IQ getting out of his I buggy a pistol ho had in his pocket 4wasdischarged by striking some thing the ball entering his leg near the groin and ranged down lodging under tho kneecap Tho doctor said it was a dangerous wound Out of Deaths Jaws l When death seemed vory near from a severe stomach and liver trouble that I had suffered with for years writes P Muse Dur ham K C Dr Kings New Life I Pills saved my life and gave per fect health Best pills on earth and only 25c at J Taylor Day Hazer Green or S S Combs Sons Campton drug stores Another Oil Well Another good oil well has been t brought in on Straight Fork near Vanceburg Contracts have re cently been let to drill three more wells and the prospects for the Lewis County oil field are very bright Several wells are now be ing drilled Very few dry wells have been brought in Look Out For Fever Biliousness and liver disorders at this season may be prevented by cleansing the system with DeWitts Little Early Risers These famous littlepiilsdonotgripethe They copiously move and by reason of their tonic prop orties give tone and strength to the glands New Bank for Vanceburg j G C Hall Jr cashier of the Worthvillo Deposit Bank Worth ville Carroll Countywas at Vance burg last week making prepara tions to establish a bank The cap ital stock of tho now bank will be i 15000 and will soon bo ready for business This will give Vanceburg ttwo banking institutions You cannot buy standard pianos r organs buggies sewing machines r clocks watches and jewelry as cheap any whore else as you can of me Come and see samples and you will be convinced YoiTdo not have to risk your money with mail order houses U J T GEt N RAPID FLIGHT OF DREAMSI trmordlnnrr Capacity of the Drain for QraipliB Figment In Slumber An eminent public man of England whose mental faculties had been subjected to too great a strain and who suffered greatly fruit mental depres- sIott that amounted almost to the das ease of melancholia was told by his j physieian that he must rest his brain jjI lIe was a very busy man and genlfcd at his doctors prescription of a nap in the middle of the day relates a London paper Finally after much persuasion he agreed to this experiment lIe would sit in hieasy chair every afternoon with his hands on his knees holding a dinnerbell in his hands I f he lost con sciousness and went to sleep he would be willing to sleep for the period that it took for the dinner bell to fall to the Hoop anti wake him j The doctor who suggested this ar rangemcnt declared that the meie mental relaxation of going to sleep if j only for A few seconds would suillce to save him He invited his patient to study the activity of the brain by no ticing how many things he could dream while the dinner bell was fail ing to the hour Every day for many months the man I sat down after luncheon with the dinner bell in his hand Every day Ie went to sleep slept for half II secondI while the bell fell to the Moor and lila mental condition improved steadily partly because of the rest which his mind got through losing consciousness for a second and partly because of his interest in the extraordinary dreamt which passed through bU brain whle- the bell was falling THE REFORMED PIG- Gvrnmuta KOattm to ImproT as Amlmal That Haa DeeD Aboard for Centuries Our enterprising anti diligent de jartment of agriculture has set itself U611 important task It is going to improve the pig At least it willsee whether the pig has any ambition to improve comments the Itrooklyu Eagle It will raise a litter of suck lings in n yard floored with clean sand it will bathe the animals it will feed them delicately and for a whole year will keep them in a CPU dition nf respectability Then it will opeu the way to the usual pig pen and will stand by to see if the creatures forsake their manners and elect mud and the trough 1robnbly the pigs will elect to stay in the dean and wholesome yard The obloquy that these beasts have fallen uider is not uf their seeking Men have abused them by coufai ng them in illkept places and feeding them on refuse The pig In its natural state iis not unclean It is dirty when it ia kept in a pen because it cannot be otherwise If afflicted with flies or vermin it has no re source but to lie in the mud and as to its food if it has nothing but the fermenting refuse of the house it must eat that or starve When left usuallYlilekfilththe woods they are no more unclean than cattle It needs little experi menting to convince of that fact MUSIC TO HEAL WOUNDS Tho Violin Has Been Employed ai 5a Aid to Sumorr la Paris The attention of medical men has been called to two extraordinary caves reported from a hospital in Paris A man had been seriously cut by accident and the wound refused to heal From time to time the pa tient went into violent paroxysms and death appeared certain A sur geun who had given much attention to the subject of vibrations secured the services ufa violin player and treated the sufferer to a musical remedy A change appeared at once and under the Influence of time violin recovery was rapid and complete In the other case a wound contin ued to suppurate in spite of all that could be dune The violin was again called into requisition and played close to the injured part which was bared for the purpose Soon the wound assumed a healthier appear ance suppuration ceased and complete cure was effected In both these cases it was noted that only certin kinds of music were of benefit showing that vibrations must be strictly in accordance with the nature of the wound Store Men Than Women In all but 11 of time 52 states and terri tories the mimics outnumber the female population These 11 states are along the Atlantic seaboard California contains the greatest excess of men the recorded number being 156 009 Minuetota comes second with 113 SS6 Texas third with 10900 and 1enn avlvnnia fourth with 106007 Claude Cozines Case Claude Cozino of ShelbyviUe pleaded guilty in tho Federal Coi rt at Frankfort to tho charge of forg ing fraudulent pension claims and was sentenced to one year in the penitentiary anti to pay a 300 fine The penitentiary sentence was sus goodbohJump his friends having paid the- WantedA finoT girl to cook wash andiron for family of two j 100 a week Apply at this offico a Baby in Pledge IILeft white woman about 20 years old well dressed and carry ing a sovenmonthsold baby boy called at the boarding house of Anna Michc11 colored at Fulton Wsdnosdny week tolling her that she wanted to do some shopping and asked her to take care of tIm baby till sho rturned She promised to give the Mitchell woman a present for caring for the baby but she did not return His Life in Pei JL just seemed to have gone all IIJ writes Alfred Boo of Tex biliousness and a lame buck had mado life a burden I couldnt eat or sloop and felt almost too worn out to work when I began to use Electric Bitters but they worked wonders Now I sleep like a top can eat anything have gained in strength and enjoy hard work They givo vigorous health nod new life to weak sickly rundown people Try them Only f 0c at J T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sons of Campton drug stores Mishaps in Morgan John Hill son of David R Hill of Relief Morgan County shot and killed himself Wednesday of last week while carolessly handling a revolver- A McLeans store at Elk Fork openIand robbed of 200 in goods and 80 in cash Wednesday night week Spend 1 and get 10000 If2a BNkKetpfiDisIiess FORA PHONOGRAPHY TJPtWrItJ TIICaIQ H WILBUR R SMITH LEXINGTON KY Pot circular of hIa famous ud ntpontlbto COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY Awarded Kedal at Worlds Cxpotttloo- Kfert to tbnonnds of imdutMln podtion aoC ran Bcua Ineluunc rut lion Book and Board la family about IiiL rtwIcI TntWdgasdTtIignapbySpe 1 underInIec1Jlo yaUos Zntrsow Oreduassoooessfmmi 15 ordtr 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magnificent prizes if he wishes to participate in the Great Educational Contest in which these prizes are given J The subject matter of this great contest is the total vote cast lor Governor in theriStates of New York Pennsylvania and Michigan on the 4th day of November 1902 11- I 1 Every person interested in the science of Government should be interested in theii I election in these states An election in New York is always of national import point of political significance Pennsylvania is second in importance only to the great KoyII Stone State while Michigan is rapidly becoming an important political factor in the sister howl Itt states Much valuable information can be gained by a study of the political condi I tions involved in the elections to be heM in these three states CONDITIONS OF THIS CREAT CONTEST s Every subscriber who remits 100 the regular subscription price for a years sub wliption to THE HAZEL CREEN HERALDf will receive a certificate that will secure for him any prize WHICH his uauniiiiv entitles him to claim 5 jTJTIn addition to te certificate to each subscriber who remits SlOO agents will be allowed one certificate for every two yearly subscriptions sent in either new ones or renewals When you send in your subscription also spnd your estimates of the total vote for Governor in the three states Write your name address and estimate in the subscription blank inlow and mail to THE HAZEL CREEN HERALD The contest will close at midnight Nov 3 1902 and no estimate receivedl after that hour will be allowed The oflicialertificites of the Secretaries of the three States show ing the total vote for Governor will determine who are entitled to the prizes and the awards will be made iby a disinterested committee of prominent juges just as soon as theII official figures can be obtained Here Is the List of Prizes 4Toti To the third nearest correct estimatorl00000l- o time fourth nearest correct cliniator 10000 4 To tthe fifths nearest correct estimator 20000 To tlta sixth neatest corieet estimator 10000 To time next 12 nearest correct estimator 1500 4 each 18000 To time next 27 nearest correct estimtttoni 10t 0 each 27000 4 To the next 950 nearest correct estimator 500 etch 475000 4 995 prizes amounting to 2000000 VALUABLE INFORMATION To aid in forming your estimate we furnish the following data Pi nnsylvania elects a Governor only once in four years Michigan elects a Governor every two years and since 1894 New York hiss elected a Governor every two years Totalvote for Governor in New York in 1894 was 1100085 II hie I 1895 1275071 c 1898 1859110 ii 0 1900 1550520 Total vote for Governor in Penn in 1SSG was 119212 I 0 l II 1890 9S1 fiG Ie Ii Ii IeJ814 U 953017 U II II U 1898c 971737 Total vote for Governor in Michigan in 1800 was 397809 0 0 aISO c 4GSG31 I a a J 334I oil G92S- c I l ISIG 547802- I 0 Ii II 1898II 421IG1 U Ii I a 1900 543214 0 00 001 ceo 0000000 II 0 0 0 000 DC Inclosed to on Account My of for Governor in the three ere I I f 4 THESE FIVE SPECIAL PRIZES WILL ALSO BE PAID For time nearest correct estimateI received before 0 August 1 1102 100000 For time nearest correct estimate received on o- rt after August 1 and before August If lOCOOO t For the nearest correct miniate received on or arfter August 15 antI before September 1 lCCOCO For time nearest correct estimate meecitedon or t after Sept 1 and before Sept 15 100000 For the nearest correct estimate received on or Mir Sept 15 and before Oct 1 100000 Total 1000 prizes amounting to 2500000 Jliiifln case tlfn tie or that two or more estimators are t equally correct prizes will be divided equally between I Time total aggregate vote for Governor in these tIme states in 1894 and 1898 the years in which all three stale elected Governors at the same time was as follows In 1894 the aggregate vote for Governor In these three i litIn 1898 the total aggregate vote for Governor in tkw three states was 2752091 2 What will the total aggregate vote for Governor in these three states be on November 4 1902 Figure it out or guess at it and send in your estimate IT MAY MEAN 10000 IN CASH TO YOU The official certificates of the secretaries of the states of New York Pennsylvania and Michigan showing the com bined total vote for Governor in these three states will determine who are entitled to the prizes and the awards will be made by a committee of prominent judges within 20 days after time official vote is known CERTIFICATE OF BANK PRESIDENT I hereby certify that tim Press Publishing Association has deposited 25000 in tho Central Sav ings Batik Detroit Mich for tho express purpose of paying tho prizes to thoso making the nearest correct estimates of tho Total Aggregato Vote cast for tho Office of Governor in tho States of Now York Pennsylvania and Michigan on the 4th day of November 1002 and that this fund can bo used for notother purpose g gIll g 0 oc 0 oc OO II II rotSUBSCRIPTON BLANKS find apply Subscription NamePostoflice PostofliceCountyState Estimates Vote States i GREAT TiJ OFIT SHARING CONTESTI HERALD themS stateswas26456i6c I IJk g7aUUaU 4a PresidentSCentral Savings Bank 1 1 NamePostoflice WaDkftrEsllmatesWithoutSnpIiotESTIMATES 1 PostofliceCountyState 1 My Estimates of Vote for Governor in Three Slates are Ii jI 1000 neoo 0 0 n OOOOOO 0 0 000 ceo 000 00 0 ce 0 OIoot ootOOOlI 00 +eOOSOeOC II 3C34QO0 000000 00 010 1111c0 Remember that the Capital Prize is 10000 t and that there are Five Snecial Prizes of 1000 each for Early Estimates QTOTH6g HERALDHAZEGREEf KY C