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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fi z= = 1 ADVERTISIWG 1 1 1lrlt RATES li I cjcjI TJIE HAZEL GREEN II13RALDOneyearznwhUfl10 5 Inches 1 clr J + 1 n- ol I Hr olntl RIII District = = Established March 4 1885 Made Famous In the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max OReUs1i7ftcryour riVneIudIctei 00 + j ollice IbouldAnrs olliccrsi UtI I riinli fl renew 10 dayi before time is out and IIForn orttOliliJIrilIIIliI tI VTrIITWliJ TrrTT J hAK HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY always give poitoflice county and reneinJortohucourdaI ired F l r II tS IJ Iitlo weri III Pi i address chaugeilSlo Hue Remittances should be made Mfiirnlshf J as alsi c SVKXCKU COOPER by l Iwiprntd Editor The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the V eniucftymounainst1way In YEAR Adranee O registered letter or bank drilL r 1iH 71 Ii UHf T0RIA For Infants and Children mRIAJ The Kind You HaveI BoughtAslmilalin IIexlaq1lle1LIa tingth SIJm1bs nd13owclsorears the =J I a SignamrePromoles ness afldflt3tCLM1huIflS 11 ilhcroft OpiurnMOrPI1IIW nor oTTNtRCOTICj tu JA- iNrd f A 1 I n tft1id UUs 0- i onSourSIOI1aChDtztrrtioaThrms 1 fl- rnessamlOgSFacSikinI Lr of- I a4 I Thirty Years I S ORK ti1tfrI ACT CCPY OF5 VRAPPERjj CASTORIA t TM C NTU CONT NEW TO CITf- oo I u Profit Sharing The inoinrissiii Elncjuirer oote Gmldo 97000To be distributed to such of its readers who care to engage in an intel lectual end profitable study A contest that will familiarize them with the population voting power and government of the State of Ohio 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 512000 vill 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 ditioniluni of 10000 will be given by the Daily Enquirer fot an exact correct estimate if received on or before July 31 1902 provided such estimate IS made by a monthly subscriber to the Daily Enquirer ai time of making such estimate There arc 4187 cash prizes in all several of which equal a lifetime competence 100 for a years subscription to the Weekly Enquirer entitles subscriber n cne estimate 150 for a monthly subscription to Daily Enquirer entitles subscriber to one estimate 50 cents without any subscription privilege entitles subscribers to additionalestimates at rate of soc for each estimate- Do not make anv estimate until you thoroughly understand this ProfitSharing Plan oi the Cincinnati Enquirer All estimates must be nude on blanks prepared for the purpose and in conformity with rules and regulations made and provided Send for circulars blanks etc to ENQUIRER PROFITSHARING BUREAU Box 716 Cincinnati O o T J H GAG1 OST TIlE- HOME PAPER Ererj FARMER SiiOBld read daily The Chicago Post Every LIVE STOCK Shipper should read daily The Chicago Post Eterj PRODUCE Shipper should read dally The Chicago Post Every GRAIN Shipper should read daily The Chicago Post THE CREAT MARKET NEWSPAPER THE BEST IS NONE TOO GOOD FOR YOU Subscribe through your commission nrm nowjdealer or publisher of UCWS1 AdJreslIper coatatalnc thU ndvortiioment Sample cotc SIft free oa request THE CHICAGO POST Chicago IN F BarastOWQ GoEfiuoationaI Go11ee BARDSTOWN KY Splendidly quipped Iinmliii School Full corps of excellent tcnehevs Uptodate work done in Art Music Elocution Literary Academic and College Courses Xorinnl Commercial and business Depait incuts Confers the usual Literary Degrees Prices Moderate Opens Sept 8 I9O2 JX Tt GVILI Pvcs h PP 1ff 4 lt STh It OF NEATLY EVERynESCRIPTION CHEAPLY AN t SUl c ha PROMPTLY EXECUTED AI This OFFICE AND SATISFAtIfl GUARANTEED JN ALL CASES I I A BRAVE DESERTER I DY CDWAIID U CLARK Whats that you ayr said ScrRtToole i as he kicked the snow oft his boots and At down by the tire in tie little len hack that did duty for barrack You ay there never was any good in a tWiUT Will youve iied it by just one and have made a four lI ted of a bulleye Didnt you cvrr hoar tell of Jim Iknnon of T troop of the Twelfth Jim was a drifter to Wash ington people sail but Jim loved the flag aol hU duty to it ttotter than ninetenth of the fellow who eerie their full 30 years and then get let out with Uncle Sams thanks antia small bit of money every month for life What made him desert Well what should make an old voldicr desert but a woman Some poet or other once told about A fellow who had been tempted all kindof ways Money couldnt get him glory couldnt let him iiothin could get him k all the wUe ones thought and she got him or as the verse slinger put it woman tempted and he fell Jim wn in the service 25 years before he struck hU lag to a petticoat Like all those fellows when he got hit he was hit so bad that none of your Mirgeons who are up in matters of Kcntiment CDuld prolie and get out the bullet or perhaps Id better say art row for thats the kind of ammunition the little chap who shot Jim uses You tee Jim was tug onto 50 when he got big tighti fixed and held on to this pretty young crea lure with blonde hair blue eye and pink chick It always the way with the old fellow when they get stuck on something young It goes hard with them You pee the girl had heard how it was that Jim had always tten Meady hadnever teen the in tide of the mill except na a member of the guard anti moreover how he had 4000 drawing four per cent with the paymaster winlIndIin the Apache country when l troop was I chaeing that red devil through the Arizona hell The girl led Jim for a while roquct tuh like just to make pure of him I gueco I 1 dont t upiH e she ever cured a rap for him but she was of a kind to whom Jits little pot of money and hiII retired pay meant a heapJimI wasnt any beauty He looked like lone of this artist fellow Remingtons pie honeIwhen the Inef docent show up Moreover Jim had a rear on bie fare that was deep onougi to drop n Springfield cirtridgu in lie gut it along witha medal of honor when ho was trying to pave a kid truniixtrr from being gobbled up by the Sioux ut on the Kiehud The iiiiiliIif honor didnt mean anything ti that girl It might to tome whu wear skirts but not to one of her kind Wei finally we all thought that Jim had Coral hvr all rigit It aae given out that tilt Twelfth chaplain wa going to hevea job tying the two up Noneoftiteboyccon gratulated Jim too hearty llccauc most of them tail sized the affair up right anti wouldnt have it that the girl was good enough for Jim llcnson She might be all right for a rookie but not for an old fel tote who had seen mote camtaiglie than the girl luid year I ought to have toll you be fore that thU parlicuar petticoat was visiti mel at the pout She came from down Iowa way Mimcwheic One tiitattslieI gave it out that sheI was go ing home anti that Jim must go down there for the spluing She tearedout and in a few days after the ill fellow gets a furlough arid clear rut tuo tVIIoivirg tie trail all we card after way down to Iowa Now you must jut get bollif thi fact Jim wa kind ofa piou clap but he loved the f1a1l1better than any Ilibc that wee ever Irintcd but for a short time that girl was above the lUr Jim was jut crazy for her The story U that nhe wouldnt come hatckand wouldnt marry him utile he quit the army then and there Jim tried to quit through tilt regular red tape channel but they wouldnt have it down in Washington Jim HviiMin veteran medal of honor man tighter in a hundred light lover of hi Hag and country andas good a soldier as ever wore quartermasters shoe deserted and driertcd fur a petticoat I forgot to say that Jim got hiwad of money from the paymaster before his leave was up There was another detertion inside of a mouth after Jim quit the olors ThU time a woman did the deserting though a fl ow helped her to do it and along with the woman and the fellow went Jims money I dont tuppofc during the honeymoon the full fcrce of what he had done went Lome to the buUee with Jim It went homeI however when the girl quit Jim wanted to lle reinstated in the service He wet willing to take the heaviest penalty for ab XTCC without leave but he knew now how it felt to be A deserter and more than that he remembered how all good soldiers de suite a fellow who quits Jims heart was clean broke He got in communication with hi old captain somehow t and he tried to work the thing throughI te department for Jim but thered been a heap of teertions about that time and de spite linie modal and hi 25 years with nary a blind nor a day in the mill agiiiut him the honorable the secretary of war said iifi Jim was caught he must take his medicine It was rumored around old Fort Johnson that Jim had been seen on the edge ofr the wood lockicg at the old place andcem ing kind cf wildlike One night one of the old quartermaster shacks got on tire Itl Wile jut before target practice season andI tie building hat a dozen big boxes of ammunition in it There was a pretty stiff winel blowing and it looked u if the barracks inl a lot of other things would go If that stuff had exploded the other buildings would have gone urc Tie tire was fairly eating around those boxes and the fellows fought shy of the flames a little good soldier stuffr though they were 11nt once while the crowd WILl bearing back somebody jumped clean through the line and plump into the fire lie grabbed I a box and threw it out clear of the blaze and then another and another though the fhiies were burning hili clothe and going up wreatMikc about hi head When lie had done the business clean and good the man jumped out of the flames lid ran to the woods Well I gum you now who it was It was Jim licnson We ound him dead next day in a thicket but the curious part of the matter was that Jims body was wrap cd in an old garr flag that bad been pinned about him bytb lat effort of those poor burned hands Jim thought you see that deserter though he wa if he did this they might bury him with the flag j Did they do it Yes and gave him the regulation three rounds over the grave an the best prayer that the old chaplain knew how to pray Hoys Ive been 29 years in the service Ive only got one year before I retire beam sure as drill call sounds In decent wrath er Im going to fight shy petticoats till th I Reeor41Uerald 1 II1100 may bring you MECHANICAL STOKING ILabor Savin Maeklaerr Tallinn lh Place of Han T Men In Shops ad Koundrles The limn 11 number of men to be irenII in a modern large machine work I steel mill IlI compared with un old time hop of similar importance Iis a nuttIer which hall been a frequent ideation for comment and this it dnubtlvm due to the very general use of laborlaving machinery says the Knxineering MagazIne The cost of production in iadutrial establish ments U made up of the costs of rim material wages tgplage taxes and in terest of which tai largest single item usually it the WSRCS ctoit One way by which this item may be reduced IU bjr the installment of mechanical stokers In the greet majority of steam plants the coal iIs wheeled totbe boiler room by band it lis firvd by hand and the ashes are removed by hand making in plants of 2000 boiler horsepower or over a wages cost of some consid erable amount The mechanical stoker may be de fined as n system of great han dump log bars coal feeders and automatic devices to feed fuel and control Its combustion anal subsequently to drop I the ashes and iinbiirnt vial That It is not III alit iriwe a new invention is to he learned from the dJamesfor such a device The mrrhanifn1 stoker Is of English origin though Itshas been very thoroughly developed in the United States to suit the local fuel and boiler furnace condition- sAPPENDICITIS IS NOT NEWf Thu Disorder Has BsUtcd for Ages slat the Doctors Did lot Know itii Why is iit asked a man of a phyasician that so many people are suf fering these days with appendicitis and have to be operated ux n when there wise formerly nothing of the kind in existence according to the Chi cago Chrol cleIj My young friend the doctor an swered this disease has been in the world ever since Adam was perhaps that story of his losing a rib may have arisen became he was operated upon for appendicitis When your grand father was a boy his neighbors hit it all around him and so they did when you were a boy Rut they called it inflammation of the bowels Moninch ache acute indigestion liver trouble or something of that sort The pa tienth got well or ho died but no one ever opened him when living to see what the matter was Perhaps it IsII as well Unit they did not for much of the surgery of those days was more dangerous than any disease INITIALS ON THEIR LOAVES C- ttoieu1 lilts on ft Good War of llrlDclmi ShortWeight II alt ers to Time The city of Montreal lately passed It law to improve iits bread supplyii All Montreal loaveu must be stamped with a number indicating their weight and with the initial of the baker reportli the New York f Sun A W fine and two months ixnprish onmcnt are the alternative penaltiesii provided for each violation and all bread not fulfilling requirements istto be seized Besides this it is pro vided also under heavy penalties that all rooms for the manufacture of food products shall be at least eight feet high and floored with cement tiles or wood properly saturated with Hnsecd oil The walls and ceilings must be whitewashed at least once In nix months and no animals except cats shall be allowed In any rooms used for the manufacture or storage of bread or pastry tUf Core Aercas Tkls Tear If all the land planted in corn in the United States this year were massed the area would exceed the British Isles Holland and Belgium i combined or fourfifth of tho area Pi France and Germany FoctrjrSomehow mens opinions the more men cars for his Well spring Thousands HaTe Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it How To jFlna Oat yourI sellapIunhealthy 0 v tlon of the kId- neysrW If It stains J your linen it Is kidrf ney too frequent desire top pass U or pain In alsoIder are out of order What to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so SwampRootwish In curing rheumatism pain In the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects Inability paxaingItunpleasantego during the day and to get up many tunes during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of SwsapRoot Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its won sIfyou you best Sold by druggists In50candi sizes You may have a sample bottle of this discoVeryta more about It both sent absolutely free by mall address Dr Kilmer ft- CoBingbazntonNY BotBoatWhen writing mea Uoare tog this gwwrous offer la tUs paper My Lungs U An attack of la grippe left mehwith a bad cough My friends I had consumption I then tried Ayers Cherry Pectoral and it curedpromptlyA Nokomis III You forgot to buy a bottle of Ayers Cherry Pecctoral when your cold firsttcame on so you let it run along Even now with i all your hard coughing it will not disappoint you Theres a record of sixty years to fall back on Tin sizes kSIc SI All trartlsts Conlult yaur dtor rr ho sys take It then io a Ie JO rr iii tell you nitto take It then dont tslce It lie knows Lean it with him we a rc wiiliiig J C AYEH CO Lowell Mats Dylan lu Fast u She CouldaWilliam Pruette the singer was oneoof n group of married men who werefiseimsimigi housekeeping and servants the other evening in a Ihilndelplin ho tel corridor lie told of a girl who him and Mrs Imettc well i enough while they were living in a New York Slat several year ago and who one day went to Mrs Pruette in tears and asked permission to go home or a few days she had n telegram telling that her mother was illjOf course go saul Mrs j only Maggie do not stay longer than i is iwccycary We need you Maggie promised tll return as soon s potkible nIx hurried away A week passed without a word from her then came a note by mail reading Deer Miss Pruete i will be back neztweek an plese kep my place for me- lmother is dying at fast as she can To l oblidgo I MaggiehL Cleveland Plain Dealer Wow Emperor Williams Turn Queen Alexandra lute bought a bookwritten by President housea velt and the Chicago HecordHerald remarks that Emperor William will have to hurry up now and do some thing else to keep up the friendly i relations ShortSighted Insect A caterpillar cannot see more than centimeter ahead that is to say less than twofifths of an inch The hairs on the body are said to be of as much use as his eyes in letting it know i what is going on around f ures Rheumatism and Catarrh Medicine Sent FreecSend no moneysimplywrite Ih and try Botanic Blood Balm at our tt nxpnnso Botanic Blood Balm B 15 IL kills or destroys the poison I in the blood which causes tho awfulII nches in back and shoulder blades shifting pains difficulty in moving lingers toes or legs bono pains swollen muscles and joints of rheu matism or tho foul breath hawking spitting droppings in throat hart hearing specks flying before he eyes all played out feeling of catarrh Botanic Blood Balm has cured hundreds of cases of 30 or 40 years standing after doctors hot springs and patent medicines hnd all failed Most of theso cured I patients had taken Blood Balm as n last resort It is especially advised for chronic deepseated cases Impossible for anyone to suffer the ngonies or symptoms of rheumatism or catarrh whilo taking Blood Balm It makes tho blood pure and rich thereby giving a healthy blood supply Cures are permanent andI not a patching up Drug stores 1 per largo bottle Sample of Blood Balm sent free and prepaid also special medical advice by describ ing your trouble and writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Divorced and Married Qnick Six divorces wero granted in one day in the Daviess Circuit Court two husbands and four wives bring the plaintiffs Tho most son sationalcase was that of K T Mat tingly He was married for the third time six years ago and has been separated from his wife for a year Five minutes after decree of divorce in his case ho secured a license and married Miss Ida Hayden He is 65 and she 40 The Worst Form Multitudes are singing praises of Kodol the new discovery which is making so many sick people well and weak people strong by digesting 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 fool 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 tho worst form Finally I was induced to use Kodol and after using four bottles I am entirely cured I heartily recommend Kodol to all sufferers from indigestion and dyspepsia Take a doso after meals It digo ts what you oat oII fw Itt7fJY fr i2 I Utley Pardons a Convict State Senator Newton W Utloy of Lyon county President pro torn of the Senate was acting Governor off Kentucky last week nov Beck am and wife being at Nashville Tenn attending the horso show This was the first time ho over occupied tIle executive chair and he availed of his prerogative to pardon Lacy Roberts of Marshall who was serving a life- otlteIice fn tho Eddyvillo penitentiary for murder lIe was sent up in Juno 1891 for complicity in the murder of Peter McCain The application for pardon was presented by Judge W W Reed of Padu- cah and others Wanted to Kill Somebody and Did Natural Aixiety Mothers regard approaching winter with uneasiness childron take cold so easily N0 disease costs more little lives thin croup Its ttack is so sudden that the suffer r is often beyond human aid be ore the doctor arrives Such cases CoughCureallaysinformation solutely safe Acts immediately Cures coughs colds grip bronchitis 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 UtA modal Has Quit the Stage Lee Turner who was the hero of he Quarter House both in real life and on tho stage during the brief time it occupied the boards as abandoned theatrical life and returned to his old haunts He was at Mingo Hollow a few days go when he announced his intention of opening a saloon at Knox ville He line sold all his property at Middlesboro and will invest at Knoxville or Lafollette His wife joined him at Mingo Goes Like Hot Cakes Tho fastest selling article haven my store writes druggist C T Smith of DnvMKyVis Dr Kings New Discocry for Consumption Coughs and Coldsbecause italways ures In my six years of sales it bus never failed I have known it- o 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 ties free Regular sizes 50c and 1 Kentuckian Commits Suicide 14C Hays supposed to be a government agent in Montana com mittedsuicide by shooting at tho Merchants Hotel today He left a note asking that Horace Hays of Elizabethtpwn Ky be notified of his death He came to the hotel and complained of not feeling well Americas Famous Beauties Look with horror on Skin Eruptions Blotches Sores Pimples They dont have them nor will any one who uses Bucklons Arnica Salvo It glorifies tho face Eczema or Salt Rheum vanish before it It cures sore lips chapped hands chilblains Infallible for Piles 25 eta at J Taylor Day Hazel Green and S S Combs Sons Camp ton drug storosINoted Baptist Dead The Rev N D Terry died at tho home of his son County Clerk N D Terry at Glasgow on Wet nosday night of last week of senile debility aged 72 years Elder Ter ry was for half a century one of the foremost Baptist ministers of Southern Kentucky 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 Gloncairn Kyor the Eastern Kentucky Tim bor and Lumber Co Winchester Kentucky5tfNegro Boy Preacher Tho Lexington Herald ofThurs day last says Harry Inward Kil lerbrew the 11yearold colored boy preacher of Covington is hold ing a revival at Quinn Chapel and will continue through Sunday He has been preaching since he was five years old For 28c in stamps you can got a free trial of Wilsons Tobacco Cure Has cured thousands CORP WILSON 730y Calvort Texas DjI1F COUNTY + DIRECTORY + HAZEL GREEN POLICE COURT JudgeJW N NICKELL Deputy Marshall HOARD OF TUSTEES- W O MIZE Chairman W II CORD JOHN D DAVIS Jolts M ROSE JOHN H ROSE 0 CIRCUIT COURT Third Monday in January Fourth Monday in April and Third Monday in September DAVID B REDWINE Judc CommonwealthsAttorneyJ C C HANKS Trustee Jury Fund 0 COUNTY COURT- First Monday in each month JudgevFRANK STAMPER Sheriff C C FUIKS County AttorneytJ H LITTLE Jailer- S N HOBOS Assessor SurveyorFRAiK J W TAULBEE County Supt 0 MAGISTRATES COURTS TIME OF HOLDING AND OFFICIALS FIRST DISTRICT ELIAS SHOCKEV Magistrate No time set for holding tiScoxnRosEJRstable Court days First Thursday in February May August and November Megistrats FebruaryMayFOURTH DISTRICT P R Lrno Magistrate Wxr SPENCEU Constable Court days First Friday in March June September and December FIFTH A SlxTlIJ N CHAMBERS Magistrate in both districts DAVID BANKS Constable Court days ThirdIFriday in February May August andSNovember SEVENTH DISTRICT B F BOLIN Magistrate PORTER CLARK Constable Court days First Saturday in March June September and December EIGHTH DISTRICT GEOROE OLIVER Magistrate No constable and no setStime for holding court A GOOD POSITION Awaits every worthy graduate of tho 44- OF Elliott Commercial SchoolsSWEST VIRGINIA WHEELING FAIRMOUNT CHARLESTON CLARKSBURG fflt you cannot enter one ofSour schools write for full informa tion concerning our Short Hand course by mail a W B ELLIOTT Pres Wheeling W V- uACOODFARM FOB ALII I ACRES OF LAND lying I I 25 on the waters of Falling Water in Wolfe county Ky 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 Plenty of timber for all fencing Eight miles from Hazel Greou 8 miles from Campton and 3 miles from May town Possession March 1 1003 m CASH will buy it p 750IN it is worth 100- 0fFor further information call or address THE HERALD 5tf Hazel Green Ky ROSE DUNNING PRACTICAL BlACKSMITHS AND WACONMAKERS tHAZEL GREEN KY jlnyite the it5 attention of the farmers of this vi cinity to their im provedfacilitieaSfor blacksmithing and wagonmaking u well as repair work of all kinds A full force of first claw mechanics c insures promptness in the execution of all work entrusted to them and satisfac Lion is guaranteed in all cases IBuggy building and wagon mahingareSour specialties Your patronage iis re spectfully solicited and will be duly ap preciated Respectfully Ac ROSE A DUNNING A Mi 5 o rf c J- I ti J 4TItHE HRAhDLc IIi1L s a t SPENCER COOPER Editor j j HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Oct 0 1002 +DEmO Rt TIQ+THlKEr + l lFORCONGRESS HON Fs A t HOPKINS i OF PRESTO SneRG Announcement For Circuit Court IIrrk HOLLONWo nro authorized to announce I IL IIOIIOX IS a candidate for the office of Circuit Court Clerk ofI IWolfeCounty subject to the action of the Democratic part- yHANKSWo ale authorized to announce JAMES HANKS as a for the office oi Circuit Court canlillateII t Wolfe County subject to the Democratic party For LrgUlnUve Heirest ntntlve PIERATTWo aro authorized to announce II iF 1IKIIATT as a candidate for the office of Kvprcyfiitative in the 11Iislature from the 91st District subject to the action of the Democratic party Tho Republican candidate for Congress from this tho Tenth Kentucky District is making such n still hunt that ho dont wan tho election oven mentioned in the hearing ofa Democrat and to ac complish his purpose he resorts to j ways that aro dark and tricks that are vain enough to make tho heathen Chinee ashamed of exis tence so ashamed indeed bei cause tho Melican man has out done him in trickery that hisi Mongolian manhood suggests the severing of his sue as an act o- t penance John G White tho big j Ulan of tho g o p in this district j rich and respected stooping to do j things of which his poorest moue tain constituent would be ashamed j j I Indeed for unmitigated gall and low down poltroonery ho carries tho banner Posing as a Primitive II Baptist he essays to make the mem ij hers of that religious denomination a party to his pettifogging r principles but in doing so his thin cloak of religion slips from him I R exposing a carcass so corrupt tha l I carrion crows pass it by with con i tempt lie a man of wealth his riches reaped from tho mountains horny handed sons of toil he asks I the poor devils of his party to con tribute to his campaign fund N matter what the condition of oII voter or what his responsibility this family ho must contribute I something There is no escape from this edict To four men in each precinct he assigns the work i of collecting his campaign fund and to his head henchman he says If you cant get these four men to do this work for their party get them as reasonablo as possible andII r pay them for it Why of he can pay them 1 With every vo ter a contributor to his corrupt j j campaign fund ho should have big I boodle to disburse How a decent white man can read these letters j and then support White is beyond our comprehension Oh but hoI is a pooled poach Wo want to instruct our Republican friends not to mention this election in the presence of a Democrat Does ho t think all tho Democrats of theI district will sleep while he steals tho election Well hardly notI even to gratify Boss Boodler and Champion Corruptiouist White But road Letter No 1- WINCHESTER Personal KY I fMy DEAR SIR Your namo has been given me as the Committeeman of your i precinct As You know the responsihil I ity rests upon jou to a certain extent as I upon all other Committeemen and Chair i men throughout the district to conduct I your part in this campaign We want i to instruct our Republican friends not to i mention this race in the presence of a Democrat and we must by allmeans jjj make a house to house canvas of ourown party at ONCEand forward me the I name and address of cachoI think it i would be best for you to appoint four oCii the most influential good sober true II Republicans In your precinct and divide I your precinct into four equal parts That will make each Jtedmen Iwant tolselect a counter and TIother Igbriin 1 voter iu yjfor precinct Of these four mark the wo r rt Malaria Ever have it Know all about it Want to get rid of it Take Ayers MalariaI and Ague pure slSSfe ASKvv best qualified to net ia challenger mill counter We have victory within our grasp if we will only tale advantage rf the opportunity Pick up courage and build up courage in every Republican m1I1COIonce and continue U forward me names jI I as fast as they turn them in to you Three four men should be the finance committee as well and tell them at each house they visit that I request each Rc publican to give something if only one penny In making this poll mark every man who can be relied upon to keep n secret and each Union soldier and in taking this poll get the names from the Republicans of each Confederate soldier andmember of the Primitive BaptistI Church in the Democratic party in your precinct Impress upon these men that our victory depends upon the amount of energy put into this campaign by the Republicans It iis very necessary when your chairman calls upon you that you respondat once I have written each meetingjstated If you forward me names before you have your meeting you can state to the chairman that you received a letter from me to appoint and the appointment has been made We have gut to be at our posts and stay until this election is over I do hope you will not shun any duty during this campaign If iyou cant get THESE four men to do TillS work for THEm PARTY pet THE Ias reasonably as possible AND PAY THEM FOR IT Yours truly JOHN G WHITE And hero is another loving epis tie from tho same source Having nowttries to get them in blocks of ten lIe is a sycophant in supplication and says My future and your 11llatIin the d does tho average voter care about Mr Whites future however zealous he may bo for the cause Tho truth of tho matter is that John tore his pants with the mountain peoplo when he became hayfing made his money off the sweat jof other peoples brows and those thoyIthought he should continue to live among them that indirectly they might profit from his wealth that getsBut ho was seized with tho swelled head to such an extent that he had to go to the bluegrass for the social position ho thinks his riches entitles him to Yet if ho can use them to still further advance his sotOtherwise ho has no interest in them now or hereafter and the people reading this between the byIhim He commands that voters tenlandother nine to the polls like sheop BigIIIIIke of the Inquisition who says we must do so and so like dumb driven cattle Does the wealth he amassed among us and upon which he now luxuriates in a blue grass home warrant such assumption Such are a few of the ques tions the rank and file voters of the Republican party are asking and Mr White will find that none of these contribute to his corruption fund His proposition to get an increase of pension for all Union soldiers and to have a constitutional amendment by which Confederates may be petitioned as set forth in his Pikeville speech are tho veriest kind of rot andno sensible man will bo caught with such chaff even should he be elect ed and his chances are about like the feline in hades minus her tal ons Mr White after tho elec tion on November 4th your name will be Dennis Letter No 2 WINCHESTER KY Personal MY DEAR SIR Your name with three others of your precinct have been given me by your committeeman as true Re publicans and hard workers for your party and that you four have agreed to make a house to house canvass of your precinct the first canva s to begin at once and in making this canvass you must take a poll of the Republicans on ly giving ino the names and postoffice address of each and mark each as reliable or doubtful etc The next canvass to be made the week before the election in making this canvass you must do it in yourbusiness I I want you to impress upon each Repub lican the importance of coming to the I olio tl voting on November 4th And make himjJtedge himself to be there i making the first canvass organize the inII outloC t will make a canvass of these TEN men I from time to time and impress upon 1noI until after the election and at the same I time keep tabof all the Democrats move i I in or out of your precinct to keep them i from voting We Al UST have a clean I j vote if we win and each man in the I block that iis crippled or has no horse toII anlllII charge of each block must have it unIder tood whore they are to meet on the morning of the election and if one sentII and vote You can state further that on account of the LIMITED TIME to make THIS canvass that it is impossible for me to see them all in person and that Ire quested you to make THIS canvass My idea is for you four including your committeeman to have a meeting at once and lay your plans to get every vote in your precinct If this is carried out each precinct in THIS district thera is no doubt but that I will be elected by a handsome majority I do hope that neither of you will shun ONE DUTY TO YOUR PARTY and take courage and buildup courage in each Republi can and remember that MY FUTURE and YOUR PARTY is in YOUR hands and I do hope you will take good care of what has been entrusted to you and do your WHOLE DUTY I think it BEST to divide the precinct into I FOUR EQUAL PARTS or SCHOOL iI DISTRICTS DONT put THIS work on one man but I WANTand MUST have four men to do THIS work Thanking you in advance and hoping to hear from you by RETURN MAIL THAT YOU HAVE ACCEPTED THIS DUTY I am truly yours for success JOHN Q WHITE Dont Think because you have taken many remedies In vain that your case iis incurable Hoods Sarsaparilla has cured many seemingly hope peas cases of scrofula catarrh rheumatism kidney complaint dyspepsia and debility SS Harry Combs of Campton vis ited his sister Mrs IL F Pieratt Saturday and Sunday Constipation Does your head ache Pain back of your eyes Bad taste in your mouth Its your liver Ayers Pills are liver pills They cure consti pation headache dyspepsia 2Sc nit dm ts rrW 1brow1 I Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table In Effect September 1 1902 EAST BOUND No2 Hi NoI Daily jj j 1Dluly PY exI11111i1 1AlLye 2 25 7 45 am 3 10 pmI2eOIILexington 8 25 am 3j pmlolol 01 9 13 am 4 lid Stauton 1144 113 am 4 35 pm57 Nat 71 9 54 am 4 4911m0 6210 08 am 5 it pmo nridgel 7011029 am c 11 pm 90 1Q11l 26 am 6 15 pm 91 Hll 30 am WEST ROUND No3DailyDuilySundayI I AUArr IP1IArr10 10 am 6 05 pm 9 25 am I 5 20 pm 8 37 am 14011Torrent140 4 39 pm 8 28 am 4 30 pm 8 01 am 4 01 pm 7 47 am 62 ClayCityi62 3 47 pm 7 26 ain 70 LALJuucn 70 3 26 pm pmG0 K BRANCH EAST BOUND No 33 21 Daily ex STATIONS ex SunDay t p ay11No 3 30 0 Jackson 0 20 3 3j 60Kjunction G 26 4 17 11 Vilbnr t 11 11 52 4 30 13 Hampton 13 11 58 5 10 20 Lee City 20 12 22 5 13 22 Hclechawa 22 12 28 45PMWEST BOUND 21DailJ95 9Jaclson 2910 O iK Junction C SCO 8 28 11 Wiihurst11 1 58 2j28j05AI II B INOI 3 and 4 male close connection for KentuckySundayNos 1 and 2 connect at L E Junction SterlingIexcept Sunday J R BARR Genl Manager CHAS SCOTT Gen Pass Aeent T It MORGAN 8 P A 1 t 1f cc J J r fiLLS aRESTORED J inrIRvtrattot Frit Ijhllr Enlnlou mtlfuM ror r IVIfccr inmRLlcil laill a111 uviry fLorderwerlreatrrltl t o Lt- rrttUSi1fGautrtarrtromrutnndlbr m u reWar IrrlaiiuU +ulbUtLeAN w 7100 lU1 1Hlr nil SI rLli 6UGN B LYONS LEWIS II Y ITON Lyons HyltonDEALKHS IIN General lVIerchandise1i I MAYTOWN KENTUCKY APING demonstrated that THEY SELL GOODS CHEAPER r THAN ANYBODY i antistt TJthatl hand Tho Proof of tho Pudding is iil CIt wing thin Bag atd if you i will only give us tho chance wo will ir h + u a satisfied customer H C QUICKSALL FHRAFPIERA TTI- I f CO DEALERS IN 111111111 0 10 11I11011 taooooooot ooootapooooooooooeooooo00oooooa0- 0I rocoo I GenerallVIerchandise iI- apoapoooooooooeoooooot4 ocooJ i faww 000 0000000000000000 Live- Country Stock and Produce IF YOU WANT CHEAP GOODS WITH THE CASH as that is the COMEtt anti reliable way to do business PLEASE DO NOT ASK FOR CREDIT to Very respectfully pfc H F PIERATT CO f1 All parties now indebted to mo fI t should call and settle or there will ifj f 11 bo A HOT TIME IN THE OLD i17TOWN TODAY ns I am deter ftf t w mined to wind up all my outstIlUt xa f p S i ing business Thanking you for flN B past pitrnnagc antiIImoro cspoci i ally if you will pay mo for my ffHgoods you have consumed t I I f I remain respectfully fj a H F PIERATT 4- BROS 11v I t CEOIL itli I Grocers i bI1 ha- veIapIefrFaocg in stock and Sell Low for CASH the following goods I AlPLLE BUTTER 13c quart jar JELLiEall kinds 3 places 25c PEACH LEAF LARD Fie per pound SUGAR ftjc to GJc per pound hfi CADO A COFFEE Lest in town 12c i BONNIE ROLLED OATS lOc package SWEET POTATOES canned 15c 2 for 25c KitATT il pound can lOc CORN lOc per can I 2ficIc Everything first t class and fresh and YOU SAVE MONEY on everything you buy of us EDtFCTOf i flyiI R II- E eliminates corpulency superflous flesh It is a andE CURE ABSOLUTE fresh air D 0Thousandssicians endorse it Write us for sample toUFREE TREATMENT Send 25 cents to rover postage O confidential etc Correspondence strictlyG plain sealed package homeT T GINSENG CHEMICAL CO O 3701 SO JEFFERSON AVE 0ST LOUIS MO BEDTfjCTOr W T GAS KtI Y HAZEL GREEN KY Dealer in General Merchandise andd Country Produce NOW ON HAND A LARGE HAS Well selected tock of Dry Goods Notions GENT FURNISHING GOODS LADIES AND GENTS TIES RE JCLOTILIGATS BOOTS AND SHOES PATEN I MEDICINES DRU S OILS cJ c I61lnfn t everything usually kept in a tclass generalstore Call and examine his tock and hea his prices He will treat you nicely GET YOUR NOTEHEADSKnTelopei Letterhead Catalocnei Sale BUU e printed at IICBALDomee I t Hi OLD FATHER TIME 1 Has made remarkable changes in tho manufacture of WATCHES AND CLOCKS We carry a line of Nowcst Designs mopiecesI i PRICES RANGE FROM l ww me to suit = buythat 1 FRED J HEINTZ East Main Street =Opposito Pbwnix Hotel e LEXINGTON KY ww hue GrassBursBIies ww w j SPRING 1902ii J w GrapeVineEverything for Orchard Lawn and Gar = den We have no agents bnt sell direct to the planter Strawberry and Gene ral Catalogue on application to = H F HILLENMEYER 7lLEXINGTON KY r T G e J TAYLOR DAYCARRIES IN STOCK A FULL LINE OF adiesW ls a WulentsLadies and Gents Shoeswarg Standard Groceries T gSgS Lamps and Queensware t3 = 3i gBoots1 fact eyerything usuallywd w found in firstclass store DAT MILLINERY Fr CARRIES A COMPLETE LINE OF MILLINERY and NOTIONS LADIES FURNISHINGS DRESS D- TRIMMINGS cf RIBBONS HOSE c i And sells everything so low that tho poorest may b- uyCLOTHING x I have a nice lot of clothing which I intendxclose out and if you want a bargain in this line do not fail to call at on- ceE1QE l t CStAlso 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 VIw ROSE FRIENDI 6 Ii e7i 1 Q8 J 01 J r i1J = u = =II I 1 H 1II QIJ D ENVELOPES1 lF NOTEHEADS g BILLHEADS I LETTERHEADS 1 SALEBILLS 7 PROGRAMS CIRCULARS CATALOGS MINUTES 1 c c 5 5Wehave Three Fast Presses a Power Paper Cutter and 40 Years Experience enables us to Court Com e parison and Defy Competition When you want PRINTING come and see y us Respectfully c SPENCER COOPER A y ji n1n1n1nn1t11mt11t11tftt1tn1 11 tnmn1nmtnttnntt11t1nltM THEw M BLUE G ASS REGION IS 3 wATilE MORNING HERALD r Of LexliBRton kentucky Ithaathefoil AtsociatedPrt vlks7mt4cy SPecfat C cypondenti corer ag the alas Grass full Starke Reports rate and table news fmmttn the oil sold1a vo Ball andgag ac n SocMy d Woman Page of mewgreat lateratpednl articles a every q aUon of ge oral Interest Ita Bdttorial Page Is recog IuA as he beat la t e State + It now offers a 3tAP OF B TUCRY thelstat sad bat pabaehtai to every sabstricer who pays stz onthla asses + It i9 STAGEFAVG71TE5eye cue a doBu Now is the Shine to Suscrlbo 6300 I r Six Monthsfw I THE LEXING ON PUBLJS GC0 =PosloMIco ox 366 Lexhittotl W R p Baxcxiaatnoa tiw3taaage- rw lU1U1U1UUUU1UIUU1W1 WWW1WW Wiiiiii n cti E HERALD a r t Rheumatism flat Is the use of telllnc the rheumatic T fl be feels as W his Joints were being dls Mttedf g7 knows that his snfTerlncs are very of the rackK like the tortures Ypa1 lie vanti to sow is what will per Ily cure his dmkak- R to thousands of grateful Set9ng mgoods Sarsaparilla theBpodj 1oI 11 eliminates It offsthem aamst its return Tr Itut =t A X mark shows that your time Jif ud unless you renew at once you- Myutptt get the paper next week Yon now have loss than three weeks in which to record n guess for that 25000 Come quick For Coils ipnt Inn Jtmtlrfouaf etp7htrmlesuudexllcn lIcebt f gold by J C Stamper Grassy Creek Myrtlo Davies eyes aro so far restored that she will return homo the latter part of this or tho first E of next week- HEALTH i= fully restored by the lllin ami tonic Hoods Sarsaparilla and you remember the old sayiughcnllh IS WEALTH Mrs Caleb Doc Knsh who has been dangerously ill for a week or 1 ten days was on Monday thought to ke much better George Dyer the tonsorialartist gives a hair cut shave andllshnm C peon for 40 cents Barbering days Wednesdays and Saturdays f f John H Pierattwill leave Sun v day for Louisville where ho goes M the representative of Mizpah Lodge No 507 F A Mr to the h Grand Lodge rDri John A Taul lee of Jackson I sumIonedI r TU badly hurt by Oscar McNabb li it au altercation last Thursday I f Kelse Xickell is the proud of a brandclay 05 wagon which i Jw bought in Mt Sterling ono day lest week but the firm not being advertised the name is unknown Mrs F N Day will leave Sunday for Louisville whore she will1 i bay a new fall and winter stock of X Millinery wraps skirts etc Sh- illip also visit her son James who 2 J k in hospital thero under treat l Bent f Dr Center reports tho following births since our last issuo On Oct 10th to the wife of Daniel Land Mr of Stillwater a boy Oct 10th f to tho wife of Mat Chil ers also of Stillwater a boy Oct llth to the wife of Cal Cundiff of Laurel a i lid i Fralk Brenneman and family F this week removed to thoir farm ur on Falling Water some eight miles below Hazel Green their postoflice f being Valeria The young lladies r Misses Mary and Corda make the j I efcflnge under protest on accoun ef the isolation 1 ja A house covering is tho latest ft social fad and Mrs Jose Swango r MIl one Tuesday and Wednesday 1 shinglersIfI boseed the job Mrs Swango sav- aI nice dinner the crowning feature Wing turkey Miss Edith Lusk author of the mile poem A Feathered Songs ert will bo remembered as tho Aextt youngest daughter of Mr and Epttra Wm Lusk formerly of this 1 pace but now of Myrtle Point Oregon P She was but a child then ifMiu still quite young but tins falElAn Oregon April Day which jljrer shall publish next week show felP much literary merit that we ask- erJ thus publicly to become a reg K titr weekly contributor to TIlE PHMALD Our Grand Offer Until further notice wo will givo fiery new subscriber and every timetfollowing papers They are abso lately freo and given as an induce lMDt to take THE HEUAID Here raro 5 SM RopublicanThe I Home anti Farm Farm Sc- OurI Republican friends should p rely avail of this grand chanco t freeWaea Southhterary pI ir wives will be pleased wit e and Farm Subscribe today 4y t- WY aiY FEATHERED SONGSTEIt UY ES1TII IUSK A gay little Lira sang liithcly to me From the tip of the top of the myrtle tree j Hcigho good and merry and glad WM he This dear little ibird that sang to me He was dressed in brown with a striped vest And lie seemed to say I will do my best Then turning Isis head anti peering at me- He poured forth his totes so rich and free Just what his song was I cannot tell lint this I know that he sang it well j It was short andsweet noneSolong As he turned Iris head and peered at me Oh wise and merry and good was he Heighho happy and gay was he This dear little bird that sang to me Andnow Ill yonThisi every For this wee brown bird did sing to me From the tip of the top of the myrtle tree Myrtle Point Oregon DK FKNNKU8 Kheumat KIDNEYcrnclB h BACKACHEAll Bv Bladder DrtD andCURE told by 11 K lieratt Hazel Greet Ky There could bo nLetter proof that printers ink pays that the race for Representative Mr Pie ratt was announced in TILE HUB AM and he swept the platter The following shows for itself Out of a total of 10Ivotes1 Mr Pieratt polled 7f 0 MrSebastion 163 and Mr Rose 111 In Pioratts pre cinct Pieratt got 82 Sebastian anti Rose 1 In Sebastians pre cinct Pieratt got 55 Sebastian 17 and Rose 7 In Roses precinct Pioratt got 10 Sebastian 0 and Rose 37 Thus it will bo seen that Pieratt not only got a handsome vote in his own precinct but poll ed store votes in their own pro cincts titan they themselves Of course Pieratts popularity was a factor but in accepting the nomi nation he said tho announcement didi the work CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought IBears the of + rAFreak of Nature Dr Center tells us that a cow belonging to his brother John Cen ter of Clifty Creek Menefeo county last week gave birth to a calf with two well developed heads and two distinct well defined nocks back to the shoulder with a star rederoan or spotted but was dead oth enemas Mr Center would have had a museum freak worth mono A taxidermist should have had the freak for mounting and possibly did Dr Center didnt know Lyons Laxative Syrup Natures Cure for Constipation itibetter than any laxative vcu have ever used your druggist will refund tin money Good for children as wets as grown people Sold by J C Stamper Grassy Creek Big Democratic Rallies At Campton Friday Oct 17 1 pm Hazel Green same date at night and at West Liberty Satur mtHon James Blackburn lIon W P Thorne and Hon Robert Frank lin are expected to speak Hon Frank Hopkins will speak Octos ber 25 West Liberty Monday Oct everybodye Mrs Tom Cox of Blackwater near Ezel is said to be dangerously ill and there is but small hopes of her recovery BONE FOOD ISoft and crooked bones mean bad feeding Call the disease rickets if you want to The growingchild must eat the right food for growth Bones must have bone food blood must have blood foodand so on through the list Scotts Emulsion is tfc 0ight treatment for soft bori t in children Littledoses everyday give the stiffness and shape that healthy bones should have Bow legs become straighter loose joints grow stronger andi firmness comes to the soft headsWrong food caused the trouble Rightfoodwill cure it In thousands of cases Scotts theoright food for soft bones in childhood Send for free sample Chemlatth468415 Pearl Street gees aDd jteo11 Isb 4 fiMiIoN COU1l1tfl BEN SEWEr r EDITOR VOLUME I NUMBER 12 LOCAL LACONICS A F Byrd wont to Winchester Wednesday on business W L Hurst and wife wont to Frozen last week to look over their eminent domain For the news read tho CAMPTON COUHIEU always found in TIlE HERALD No room for editorials this weokIBryan Redwine Vansant is growing nicely and will soon do to enter tile field of bosses as a feather weight Mr and Mrs Goodloo Combs of Stillwater woro visiting tho family of our townsman I W Combs Sunday last j Squire W B Duff is authority for tho statement that over 8000 him boon allowed by tho Court of Claims tho last year Mrs Debby Swango nee Taulbee the wife of Doc Swango of Still water died on the 10th inst and was buried on the 11th Read tho report of the doings of the Court of Claims and see how the monoy is going It willappear in the CARLTON COURIER next week Attorney Z T Hurst of Boxer the cannel coal magnate of East ern Kentucky was in town the latter part of last week to transact some legal business James Kash wife and daughter of North Middletown Ky and Postmaster D D Hurst of Jack sonwere guests of CaptW LHurst and family several days last week Juuia Byrd Tamer TolsonLydia Stamper Edith Stamper Rindn Rose Mary Robinson G W Rob inson and possibly others attended the funeral meeting at Toliver last Sunday- S N Vaughn of Lexington was j hero last week clerking in his store j j He handed ye editor 125 for TIlE HERALD and CourerJournal oneI I year Mr Vaughn is one of Fay otto countys most prosperous far- mersi i popularI goodsii a good citizen and of course the champion wild cat tighter of our townC C Fulks went to Clifty Monday t to represent the State in the j I I case of the Commonwealth against I theII law John Cox The difficulty occurred last Saturday Cud M Collins is our boss banjo picker Our champion dancers are R L Athoy and James Tyler per formance each night in front of I muI According to report Wolfe coun ty is more than 300000 in debt I Where is your economical Dem ocratic management if this be true Let us have a true report of the financial standing of the coun ty as the law directs Show your handsThe Methodists of Campton gave a box supper at tho courthouse last Saturday evening As TilE COURIER had no reporter there this is all tho particulars we are able to give of that sumptuous function j and adjunct of the church but we hope all swelled with joy unspeakable on tho toothsome things to oat Oct 10th born to tho wife of D D Laudsaw a lively bouncing strenuous aggressive civilliberty loving Republican Rough Rider It will doubtless bo christened Hanna Roosevelt and in tho fu ture play an important part in tho angolic Republican world of poli Jltics Daniel its father is now ready to die this being tho first voter in the family of six I Prof Rolla Bailey of Flat who is teaching the school in that Republican stronghold was hore Sat urday and subscribed for TimE HERALD six months Rolla con templates starting a paper here in the near future He had better right his politics first and employ tho editor of TilE COURIER to write tho editorial eruptions Now Spence dont say corruptions Ben A guilty conscience needs no accuser 19 iq R L Athey U S mail carrier on Route No 20300 from Camp ton to Spradliug has made a record as mail carrier in the past eight years unsurpassed by any mail car rier in the United States The route over which he travels is rough and rocky yet ho has never miss claimsj milesIyears of dry goods and groceries to the people of Spradling He has car rind their eggs chickens butter etc to market and they have al ways been pleased with his sales and purchases He claims to have been engaged to marry 33 times but has broken eachengagement giving as his reasons for so doing that he did not know the moaning of that word love We will say that Mr Athey first commenced carrying the mail years ago to Bowen also carried mail threo months from Campton to Torrent and says that he has never missed a trip in carrying the mail on some route in eigho years Last Sundays Cincinnati Commercial Tribune contains a history of Mr Atheys career which is a remarkably ro mantic one This story which appears in tho Tribune is profusely illustrated with pictures etc Following is a tint of officers appointed by J F Vansaut for the Democratic primary to be held Saturday Oct 18th for the par1 pose of selecting a Democratic candidate for the office of Circuit Court Clerk of this county 1st DistrictJohn B Hollon Clerk H C Quicksall Sheriff Sam Rose and Tom Amyx Judges 2nd DistHI Pieratt Clerk Jeff M Rose Sheriff J B Elkins and John Cox Judges 3rd DistIt L Carroll Clerk A T Combs Sheriff J N Seth erly and W S Tutt Judges 4th DistWayne Bryan tClerk Dock Cabell Sheriff Robt Hobbs and J C Creech Judges 5th Dist Isaac Elkins Clerk Dave Banks Sheriff Nathan Hol lon and Preston Hollon Judges 6th DistJ M Tester Clerk H H Swango Sheriff JM Swan go and Joel Gevedon Judges 7th Dist WW Swango Clerk A B Landrum Sheriff Fiolden Cox and Taylor Centor Judges 8th DistWalter Oliver Clerk R P McCowan Sheriff S F Allen and G C Oliver Judges These olection officers aro entire ly satisfactory to both of tho can didates The Christian reformers congre gated here at the church house Sunday and prayed to the Lord to put a stop to the crime in Camp ton A negro once prayed to the Lord to send him a turkey The Lord failed to do it So the negro stealthily slipped to a roost one night and stole him a turkey Hence if crime is put down in Campton it must bo done by man power and not by Divino power So nerve up to the task yourselves and crush it out The Lord dont do such things Anyway He never has and we judgo from the past that He never will G B Stamper received an anon ymous letter from some source last week Among other things the writer said Tell Sewell Combs to serve his country by voting the Republican ticket Toll Howard Stamper to keep out of bad company Tell Jonas Vansant to make out his fee bill Tell Cassar Hurst to deal off King of Diamonds Tell tho Sporting Club that I am preaching tho Gospel and dream ing of my dear sweetheart I left bohind mo Toll Frank Stamper I am there Eli Tho Authors Magazine publish ed at Detroit Mich has announced that its November issue will contain some Kentucky Stories written by tho editor of tho CAMP TON COURIER Material for this magazine is furnished exclusively by authors who own stock in the company Price of magazine rot yearR Cundiff bran ygaugor has gone to Knott and Piko to do some brandyganging Mrs Isaac W Combs whoso ill ness Las been reported in these columns is no better Spend f1 and get 10000 i A telephone message was receiv ed here Monday night from West Liberty stating that an oil well su perior to anything in the Ragland field had beon brought in near that place THE HERALD has all along maintained that this is a richoil field and this would seem to veri fyour assertion Mrs Wm Lawson died at her home near Neola on Tuesday night aged about 23 years She was buried on Thursday at Columbus Gil laspioH REWARD REWARDfI We hope that all parties who I have been rewarded with credit ateI notlrowarindebtedness will respond at once As it was an accommodation toI get our goods now in return it would oo tho samo to us to got our pay Thanking you in adauco for doing so we hope to merit at least a portion of your trade by low prices and fair dealing Old goods at cost and ovon loss than cost and now ones will soon arrive W W SWANGO it CO- Maytown Ky Web BNkhMhBeiim Y1IIttlatlM aorrao rtm WILBUR B SMITH LEXINCTOH KY mpontlbteCOUMERC1AL warded Iedll as World EqadU poieonSction Books ud Board la ballr about po utTeltgnphjjSpMialiiuWThe avarded graduate Literary Ooonefrea If dealred JI vae8oa Zotrnow Oralutuoaafal- I order to AaH or MUr nttk M mdJnm sly WILBUR R SMITH Lexington Kye indll d rIWINCHESTER KY X H WIT ERSPOON President II D HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 10000000 Surplus 2000000 Handsome deposit of 10421048 This Bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers trailers and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and offers its customer every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits oj legitimate banking octl8ly The COMMERCIAL SCHOOLS want to send you their catalog and circulars If you can not attend one of our schools now WE CAN TEACH YOU Bookkeeping and Shorthand successfully BY MAIL WheelingCharleston ClarksburgW T CORDON WELLS HAZEL GREEN KY DEALER IN PflHWOQY jBQiES And Manufacturer of the Famous 000000ooo0oa Mountain Herb Blood ee- lsjHdllntjerb Salve Mountain Herb Blood Tonic is guaranteed to cure any disease of the blood and is made from the formula of old Dr Mabal Wells who was well known overall this country The wonderful JAI ANESE OIL always on bun- dJ6rFresb SODA POP always on tap ROBERT P RASH Tho originator of LOW PRICES is wholesale doaler in FLOUR SALT and solicits the patronage of the merchants of tho mountains He also carries a complete line o- fOeIIf8IG M8LO8i3iOollntru Embracing everything usually found in firstclass country store and the pur chaser may alwye upon gelling the very oode for the least He invites the people of Wolfe 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 FWill moot any legitimate competitionCall write me before buy ing ROBT P KASH McCausey Ky 1I Great Foil Opening rAT1ILouis 8i Gus StrausWe leave just received our new Fall line of Alfred Benjamin Cos Swell SUITS and OVERCOATS line of Chosen Favorites The principal recommendation of these goods arc Good Cloth Perfect Fit Latest Fashion Careful Finish and Correct Prices i We have the largest and best line of Boys ante Childrens Clothing in Lex ington and would like to have you to give us a cell Full line of LION BRAND Shirts at 75 cents I IyBeautiful line of AQUAPROOF Rain Coats LOUIS II GUS STRflUSf LEXINGTONS LEADING CLOTHIERS Fine Tailors and Furnishers GREAT OPENING OF OUR MERCHANT TAILORING DEPARTMENT jp Largest line of swell Woolens direct from Foreign Looms ever shwn in Kentucky RICH Alto SHKYOCK Cutter WHEN Buyg WHISKEY iiii- F MED JL USE ff OR TO BE USED fS fc EVEflfcGE You want good pure whiskey and at times all needwhiskey either to ward oft colds and pneumonia or to build up tho system when from overwork or worry the vitality is below par We have good pure whiskey well distilled from choice grain well aged and matured with special care for 200 225250 PER CALLONSS and we pack your jug in a nice plain box for shipping so that no one can tell what you are getting and send you al nice etcped glass and corkscrew free Send us your orders t 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 i CLARK 3 HOWARD CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS 206208 E Main LEXINGTON KY Honest material master mechan ics and consciencious calculations are their stock in trade Hence itii is that satisfaction is Our Largost OllstoefsS Talk for us They are so well satisfied themselves that theyItell others 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 No bee r receives better care in tho brewing and the bottling LEXINGTON BREWING COMPANY r W R CRAWFORD t CO i Live Stock Commission Merchants FOR THE SALE OF 4 Cattle Hogs Sheep Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI 0 ALSO Central Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY We have an Eastern outlet for all desirable stock at highest prices ComlgoBCut solicited All correspondence cheerfully answered Good Horse Sense will tell you that old eggs and glue are not things you want to eat yet some coffee roasters glue their coffee with such things Not so with Lion Coffee II Its just pure unadulterated undisguised coffee I J never covered up with any glazing ofany kind I Uniform quality and fresbnes are Insured by the Mated 4 i11 peetapII I IConvictParoledt I The Stato Prison Commissioners t tonWednesday week granted a pa ifroleto John T Moore of Fulton county serving a sentence of five years for manslaughter Moore wns n railroad postalclork and his home is at Jackson Tenn Gov McMillin of that state wrote soy c i ioral letters to Frankfort in his- ss I behalf Moore killed F W Golds by at Fulton 1 Race Rider Gets 825000 a Year t Catarrh Cannot be Cured I Iwith LOCAL APPLICATIONS as they cannot reach the seat of the dis f r ease Catarrh is n blood or constitutional disease and in order to i cure ityou must take internal remedies j Halls Cntarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine It was prescribed by ono of the best physicians in this i country for years and is n regular prescription It is composed of the best tonics known combined with the best blood purifiers i ct ing directly on the mucous surfaces The perfect combination of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh Send for tosti monials free- Nonument to Confederates j thejmemory of Confederate soldiers who fell during the battle of Per ryville and who were buried there was unveiled at Perryville Wednesday woekjn the presence of 10 000 people Orations were made by Judge M C Sautley lIon RJ eckiuridgerIlest Miss Ella Hay unveiled the shaft i Forty Years Torture To be relieved from a torturing disease after 40 yearstorture might well cause the gratitude of anyone That is what DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo did for C Haney Geneva O He says DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo cured me of piles after I had Buffered 40 years Cures cuts burns wounds skin diseases Beware of counterfeits Have to Fay a License Persons who hunt in Kentucky during the gamo season will be compelled to pay a license of 25 for that privilege This applies only to nonresidents and the law will be rigidly enforced Those who violato it are liable to a fine of from 50 to 200 and impriftdn ment not exceeding 30 days Out of Deaths Jaws When death seemed very near from a severe stomach and liver trouble that I had suffered with for years writes P Muse Durham No CDr Kings New Life Pills saved my life and gave per fect health Best pills on earth and only 25c at J Taylor Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sons Camptou drug stores Peddling Cocaine Policeman Siler of Lancaster last week arrested LoveFrances ar negro girl and took her to Lexington a where she was placed in the Reform School This girl has it is said been retailing cocaine for months in violation of Lancaster laws forbidding it 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 little pills do not gripe They move the bowels gently but copiously and by reason of their tonic prop erties give tone and strength to the glands Sent to Reform School Willie Forrest aged 11 years and grand nephew of Gen Forrest was last week sent from Paducah to the Reform School at Lexington under a four year sentence for petit lar cony Yx You cannot buy standard pianos z organs buggies sewing machines clocks watches and jewelry as cheap any where oleo as you can of me Come and see samples and you will bo convinced You do I not have to risk your money with mail order houses tf J T GEVEDON i 1 A noted healer in town Mountain Herb Salvo cures cuts burns tetter chapped hands etc and iii guaranteed to cure or no pay Fcr sale by T Gordon Wdlla Ha el Green Ky t ara THIRTY THOUSAND IN CASHt To See the Mae Lying 141 laaltemlc r Window Orlve Ome Practical Spirit The Italian bankers of Elizabeth and Mulberry streets are filing their show windows with greenback in an effort r to attract trade and convince the public that one has more money tha the other In the window of one- II banker 30000 was on exhibition one day recently says the New York Hillof all denominations wereI strewn carelessly arojmd the window attracting crowd Them aint all real money ri I tion marked one woman them imita Yes replied a man In the crowd-I thats the genuine all- i long green we struggle for I muchII I Two Italian laborers got into an atf gument as to the amount of cash I j mustII About noon two men with long whisIT kers stopped their vending wagon Iin I front of the place They had corn c over from the Est Side of town That Tirty toimand dollar in dot vindow all der time exclaimed one Dot is it replied the other U aint too much for a bank That 1 No but look at der interest vhte h it is losing every minute Vhat a shamefulifess Interest Lost interest 1200 a year- LEAPYEAR BIRTHDAYS A Value Society IB Dcrtlm VkUh Ia to Hold a Dig CUbratloBI- B 1004 Herr Monteur a worthy resident of Berlin iis over 70 years old but will celebrate his eighteenth birth presidentp year children the one organization of its kind in the world The mem bers have had no birthday celebra tion for eight years the extra Feb ruary day having been omitted iin 1JOO according to the rules of the reformedcalendar Therefore the society is planning a great celebration on February 29 1904 A com j mittee of arrangements Iis already at work and something extraordinI j I ary may be expected as of the societys curious origin prominent persons have manyII themselves in the matter The month of February in 1886 by intereatingthanthe unique Merlin celebration Iihud no full moon and in that va IiI the most remarkable in the worlds j history for never before had such thing occurred January of that year had two full moons and so had I March but February had none WI18Imay againfor1I ycanII ART AND ATHLETICS j The Outdoor Movement It L Thought Will Advaae tk Two latcrait The universally increasing attention I now being given especially in outof1doorjj e is a sign of the best omen No class can have a greater solicitude for the i I furtherance of this movement than I the artists for they cannot j creatoIjI bavingbeautiful l which to draw inspiration The art of a nation iis but the mirror of that nations ideals and faithfully reflects OutingThiso athletics will add dignity Interest- and ec1ondmlgttinfluence w y and superior type of men and women That women are growing more au more to realize this is evidenced by the athletic tendency of the moder- girl If she will combine therewit- an intelligent effort after well balJ anced and harmonious development satisfytag a waythee male to respond to trainingy BlabPriced Orchids There are a number of orchid I apieceTheymiasmatijunglesI whose I orctldhunting rootsinthey arc shriveled and apparently dead Gath ered in the theyarehandling would kill them notbloomyears Oth ers grow in the cold and rarified air of mountain lopsNature- Electric Belt on Trial agentthea g few of their Electric Belts on trial on the following terms 100 to bo paid in ten days if the BeltIproves beneficial and the balance I 20 to bo paid in sixty days iif the Belt effects a cure These Belts weaflQsitivo cure for Rheuma tism Xeuhrlgia Kidney trouble Stomach and Liver trouble Asthma etc Address at once GERMAN ELECTRIC AGENCY tf P O Box 1874NewYorkNY Arrested for Robbery At the instance of the Mutual Protective Society J D Cottle was arrested at Sandy Hook by Deputy Sheriff M V Murray charged with robbing Ml1 Redwines store on the night of September 10thr and other arrests are likely to follow allito pieces writes Alfred Boo o Welfare Tex biliousness and a lame bnck had made life a I couldnt out or sleep and burdenII most too worn out to work begun to UFO Electric Bitters but they worked wonders Now I slee like a top can oat anything have i I gained in strength and enjoy hardI work They give vigorous health11 tad new life to weak sickly rundown people Try them Only 50c at J T Day Hazel Green or S S Combs Sons of Campton- n r drug stores I Bank Sold I 1Somo of the assets of the Logan County Bank which recently as signed havo been sold The ban building brought 6P00 and was bought by George H Byers of Adairville and others The other I property sold brought about 0000 Rich Red Blood The blood is the life Therefore keep it pure That bad tired feel- n ing means that your system is run l down and you need rich red blood to make you feel like yourselfr again One bottle of Mountain I Herb Blood Tonic will do the work Put up and for sale by T GordonI Wells Hazel Green Ky Incendiarism Suspecte- dh Odessa in Bath county the large stock barn and wheat grain ery belonging to 0 S Rogers was burned with a large amount of hay lumber and farming implements The loss is about 1500 Incon diarism is suspected Send 85c and get a free trial a r Wilsons Morphine Cure testedI for 14 years and always success ful Send to CORP WILSON f 30y Calvert Texas Tollgate Raiders The tollgato at Brooklyn Bridge the last one in Mercer county wit j blown up by raiders and Mrs Rue i wife of Richard Rue the keeper was badly hurt There had beenI several1 attempts to destroy it TRC8TWORTHYIgentleman or lady in each county tii manage business fur an old establishedI house 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states Much valuable information gall be gained by a study of the political condi f tions involved in the elections to be held in these three states J CONDITIONS OF THIS CREAT CONTEST subscribered who remits 100 the regular subscription price for a years sub sliption to THE HAZEL CREEN HERALD will receive l certificate that will secure for him any 11- n prize which his estimate entitles him to claim 1 a 9 In addition to the certificate to each subscriber who remits SlOO agents will be allowed oneIcertificate for every two yearly subscriptions sent in either new ones or renewals When you send in your subscription also send your estimates of the total vote for Governor in the three states Write your name address and estimate in the subscription blank below old mail to THE HAZEL CREEN HERALD 5 The contest will close at midnight Nov 3 190and no estimate received after that hour will be allowed The oilicial certificates 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 by a disinterested committee of prominent juges just as soon as the t official figures can be obtained z Hera Is the List of PrizesTHESE FIVE SPECIAL PRIZES WILL ALSO BE PAID For the nearest correct estimate received before f To the nearest correct estimator 1000000 August 1 1902 100000 1 To the second nearest correct estimator 30COCO For the nearest correct estimate received on or 4 To the third nearest correct estimator 1000 00after August 1 and before August lIf 100000 1 To the fourth nearest correct estimator 50000 For the nearest correct estimate received on or To the fifth nearet correct estimator 20000ariter August 15 and before Sf ptember 1 lCCOCO To tlm sixth nearest correct estimator 10000 For the nearest correct estimate received on or To the next 12 nearest correct estimator1 IOafterSept 1 and before Sept 15 100000 each 18000 For the nearest correct estimate received on or To the next 27 nearest correct estimator 1O0nftcrSept 15 and before Oct 1 100000 each 27000 To time next H50 nearest correct estimators 500 Total 1000 prizes amounting tto 2500000 x each 475000 9111 case ufn tie or that two or more estimators are equally correct prizes will be divided equally between 995 prizes amounting to 2000000 them VALUABLE INFORMATION To aid in forming your estimates we funii li the follow The total aggregate vote for Governor in these three ing data states in 1894 and 1898 the years in which all three states Pennsylvania elects n Governor only once in four years ielected Governors at the same time was as follows Michigan elects a Governor every two years and since 1894 In 1894 the aggregate vote for Governor in these three New York has elected a Governor every two years states was 2645616 Totalvote for Governor in New York in 1894 was 1105085 In 1898 the total aggregate vote for Governor In theta IIIS 275071 three states was 2752091II II U II II 1898 IJHIO 1560What will the total aggregate vote for Governor in these Totalvote for Governor in Penn in 1886 was 919212three states be on November 4 1902 Figure it out or II II II II 1890 928190 guess at it and send in your estimate IT MAY MEAN II II II IIIRt4 II 953017 10000 IN CASH TO YOU 1 II II II U Total vote for aislesofGovernori II 1IS92 4U8G37New York Pennsylvania and Michigan showing the com II 13H4 410928 bined total vote for Governor in these three states will de II willIIII II 1904 1898U 543114be 1 made by a committee of prominent judges within 20 days after the official vote is known CERTIFICATE OF BANK PRESIDENT I hereby certify that tho Press Publishing Association has deposited 25000 in the Central Sav ings Bank Detroit Mich for the Corrrect estimates of tho Total Aggregate Vote cast for the Office of Governor in tho States of Now York Pennsylvania and Michigan on tho 4th day of November 1002 and that this fund can be used for noII other purpose- oeooeoooooooeeooe rUDUII 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