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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a 1 a THE HAZEL GREEN HERALDo t c Established March 4 1885 Made Famous In the Story of Jonathan and HlContim at by Max ORell 0 J EIGHTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 80 1003 NUMBER 52 qpEXCrK Owner add o rTheOldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulates and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 50 Cents i Year WASH MILLER Preiiieit A H HAMPTON Cashier W WILLIS VicePreiUeit J W POINTER lilt Cashier aitiiit iit itJ iiilttWINCHESTER KY PAID UP OAPrll LlOOOOOOOJ We solicit your banking burliness and promise you prompt and iprinciplesrAL attention with cor and 444444 fOOt3Iall toj9 C Ibo I Special Agent lor Eastern Kentucky McCansty Without1 to ever tcthni itlinterer iconld be pleased to consider a of LIFE LK8URWCK POLICY for 1 YS barn dtuj oi51u-n rlrlrs0 I Lwu W R CRAWFORD cc C09 I Live Stock Commission Merchants I FOR Till SALE OK t Cattle Hogs Sheep 0II Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI I I ALSOICentral Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY We have an Eastern outlet for nil desirable stock at highest prleoi ConlRniiirnt iI solicited correspondence cheerfully nnleredIDYER- PRACTICAL BARBER AN J Hair Dresser Solicits the pnt roiuiRO of people gotlorallyandofhazel izons iu particular Give him n trial plonso TN CONNECTION with my BARBEH SHOP which is CuncfudlT re pect I will carry at all times a full supply of seasonable ORANGES BANANAS LEMONS c PHOSPHATES Etc And keep on ice SODA POP OF ALL FLAVORS J ICE CREAM EVERY GfcO P DYER Y ieYour patronnee is respectfully solicited DESCRIPTIONSS of c PROlrTLY EXECUTED A- Trws IN ALL OASES GUARANTEEDOFFICE AND SATII3FMJTION t i y DIRECTORS ill mILLeR ill WILLIS T P PfjILLIP W B WILLS Ji D SimpSOn J R BU KWALtCI- A I F5AmPT0i1tea 4t t I Cut Out null J Kv couniiiHiiiL nnxcf J saintic Ail GEORGE SATURDAY n mumu- n MEAT MALT THC IDIAL TONIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres Llle and Strength In Every Drop A scientific combination of the cssenlia constituents of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT Louisville Ky January as igoa MEAT MALT CO LouUrlllc Ky rentltmen lla lmfe anilned your Meat and Malt preparation and being thorouchly acquainted wit Its rompoiltlon and mode of manufacture I can Mute thllt It an efficient nerve and blood tonic It eacItes the appetite ant invigorate dlceition and Is eipecUlly beneficial iniirryoui rrollrallon and alt dUcaus tit debility Yours truly 1 D KASTENUINE M I1 Loutivllle Collect of 1harmacy MEAT A MALT OOe Loulmvlllf I I IRIPANS Tabules Doctors find A Good prescription For mankind The 5 seat packet fb enough loruiunl o cailoni The family bottle cOO cents oo talus n supply for tyear All druggists se them WAXTKDA TRUSTWORTHY OKI tleman or lady in each county to rnana builnrfs for an old cstabliihcd house t solid financial standing A straight bon fide weekly carpsalary of 1800 paid b check each Wednesday with all expeos direct front headquarters Money advance for expenses Manager 340 Ciuton Rnll fag Chicago 314- y y THE JETT WHITE TRILL tl1ffifor Coitinntios Overruled at Crnthiaia CourtP CYNTIUANA KY July 2iThe defense in the ease of Curtis Jott and Tom White filed affidavits nod t made a motion for the continuance of the trials The motion was based on the alleged absence of material witnesses Tho motion was overruled by Judgo Osborne who said that duo diligence had not boon observed in aommoning witnesses Tonight it looks as though the trial will begin tomor rowA dotnil of soldiers was sent after Capt Kwen and brought him back to Cynthiaim and will keep him in camp until after ho testi I ties Judgo Osborno announced that nil prisoners would bo provided with sufiiciont protection f He also gave written instructions t us to the disposition of troops horo Court was called to order flhort1I after 10 oclock thiH morning ShoritV Junes A Loach and his deputies D N Heee 1D II HOOP A H Hardy W H King JohnII Williams H L Jameson 1D P King Dixie McKinloy J J1 J Curio woro sworn They woro instructed that six deputy sheriffs would bo stationed at the court house door I sad search all IPOTBOIIH who pll 8- I into the court room They + vin also instructed not to allow any one in tho court room after the stating capacity of tho court room is exhausted Tho largo crowd already in tho court room was not searched Jott and White wore brought in under guard of six doputy sheriffs An enormous crowd attempted to fol low thom into tho court room but woro stopped at tho door Judgo Osborno directed all those who Ii could not find seats to leave the court room The list of thirty jurors who had been summoned1 was thou called Of tho twenty four jurors who responded eight were excused because of illnoes in tho family or for not being housekeepers Only Hixteon jurors re mained Judge Odborno announced1 to tho attorneys that all jurors would be drawn from tho wheel Judgo Osborno sent Sheriff Lend I to summon Colonel Williams to time court room Colonel Williams was asked iif ho know that Kwen was going t leavo last night Colonel Williams repliedI I about 7 oclock that h o was going to leave on tho 020 train 1 told him that I could not oiVer him any protection Why did you not report that to mo Tho court had no intimation of his leaving- Colonel Williams replied that ho did not consider it his duty to do soJudgo Osborne then announced r publicly that no witnesses had over asked for protection and that Colonel Williams had not men tioned tho necessity of prototcin- witnesses in their conference Judge Osborno then added that iif Ii day witness asked for protection ho would be given tho protectio- Df the entire State within if nocos If e gory Jott and Whites attorneys filedI affidavits alleging absence of fit I nesses and asked for continuancea but Osborne overruled the motion A dispatch from Jackson atatea in overt of acquittal of the accused many citizens of that would leave town Cttupk if tko Stomack When tho stomach overloaded when food is taken into it that falls to digest itdecayannd inflames the mucous mem hrano exposing the nerve and causes the gland to secret tnucliln Instead of the natural juices of digestion This is called Catarrh of tho Stomach For years I Buffered with Catnrrh of the Stomach caused by indigestiiin Doctors and medicines failed to benefit mo until I used Kodol Dyspepsia CurcJ- H Itliea Coppoll Trx Sold by all druggiftU A Wolfo County Killing Amnn named D Crow went to tho homo of Alex Hntton near Devils crook and alp Hatton from the houao then drove his pistol and shot Mrs Hatton twice killing her Tho difiiculty arose over n game of curds in which tho two men woro engaged several days before Mrs Hatton destroyed nil tho cards and for this reason Crow shot her Crow made his escape nnd a posse hits boon formed and scouring tho country in nil dir actions for him Winchester Democrat Curtis Rose of McCausoy was hero the Inttor port of last wok and wrote live insurance policiesll for tho Slate Mutual Assurance Co of Massachusetts Curt is fast developing as a firstclass life in 1 Hiiranco agunt at1vIthl the insist nnlI of an ndI in TinI HKIUIDIH doing u good business Thousands HaTe Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it Row To XMud OntII Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twentyfour hours a sediment or set Indicates an unhealthy tion of the kid neys If it Is evidence of kidtt trouble too frequent desire to pass or In the Is also convincing proof that the kidneys and blad 1 are out of 1der to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge to Swampt1wish In curing rheumatism In the kidneys liver bladder part j of the urinary passage It corrects Inability I to hold water and scalding pain In passing It or bad effects following use of liquor 1wine or beer overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go during the day and to get up during the night The mild the extra ordinary of SwampRoot Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its won derful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should the best Sold by druggists In SOc andl sizes You may a sample bottle of this discoveryDand a book that tells more about It both sent absolutely free by mAil tllng condi It stains your linen ney It pain back order What pain back and every and often many times and effect hive have address Dr Kilmer 4c Home ct eunpRoot Co Binghamton N Y When writing men non reading this generous offer In this paper Dont make any mlslake but remember i the name Swamp Root Dr Kilmers BinghamtonN= KodolDyspepsia Cure Digests what you cat This preparation contains all of tho dlgcstarua anti digests all kinds of nevergfalls to cure It allows you to cut all tho food you want Tho most sensitive stomachs can take it By I tanso many thousands of dyspeptics have bedn cured after everything olw failed It troublcAnIt cant help but do yeu g 4- I Prcpanxlon1yT yEOljrWiTTCochl tt TbollbouiuconUlnaSHUaMtbuV9cslM T Sold by all druggists J rfivSJ r it I IiJtyou know Malaria you certainly dontIl If you know Ayers Malaria and I II I Ague Cure you certainly do like it THE HERALD I Ii HAZEL GREEN KY I THURSDAY July RO won DEMOCRATIC TICKET i I For GovornorIJ C1V nECKIIA For LioutonantGovernor W 1P THORN For Auditor of StateII S W HAGER- v I For Treasurer 1 I i1fUOSWOUTII For Attorney GeuornlI N B HAYS For Secretary of State II V McCIIKSNKY- Tfor Superintendent of Public In 1 1Jf RtructionI i I For Com m iRHiul1nr of Agriculture HUBEUTVKEEIiANDI i r Appoalsr6 + Tor HrireMiitiitlir ittd Illnlrlit JUDGE H F PIERATT yrrAaiDB from the bundling andIi e rottenness thnt is coming of thoIi r depnrtments in Washington thoIi government of tho District of Col k umbin is being shown up just now I and it is about the most rom Hhnckle and flimsy nlTnir to b 1 called tho government of n gremi city that any mon ever hoard of A young clerk whoso salary ten s 1 1100 n year wits allowed to stoolIi L about 75000 in tho past five years for tho reason that his books wore l never chocked His employers saw r this young man plunging at tho j races buying nn interest in nil sorts of businesses riding around in a rod devil automobile nnd playing the high roller goner aUand yet they never checked t his hooks There is hardly n day I goon by that something crooked I something rotten or something loose dOOR not turn up in the DiR trict of Columbia building There HOOIUS to be a lust of loot a riot of r rapacity and a fiduciary fnndnngo in tho capital of the nation Lan lonso of power bath made the ro publicans money mild mind they ore simply taking what they want and asking no odds When th people tiro of it they know how they can stop it It in up to them The Ipresident suddenly jam mod into tho labor unions of tli- I s country anti somebody is going to como out second boat in a fightL that will be on in furious fashionI pretty soon It seems that a manI named Miller an assistant fore I mnn in time bookbinding dopnrt oil mont of the Government Printing I ollice wns expelled from his unionIi for good and nuflicient cause As y the unions have boon ontrenrhrdI in tho Govornmont Printing Ofllco in recent time they have insisto that only members of tho union it- ii I good atnmliiig shall bo employed thoro nnd tho consequence +va that Miller VVIIB dismissed from his position He immediately begun a light Ho appealed to tho Civil1 a Service Commission and to tl t3ustainuby cally says to tho labor unions that they may oxpol any man tho plooso but they must work undo him whothor ho is in good standing in tho union or not Tho mnn has boon reinstated and now it iis up to tho unions It is thoir move Tired Mothers T its hart work to tako cnro of children nm I tI to cook sweep wash now and mend besides Tired mother should tako Hoods Sursapa I rllalt refreshes tho blood Improves iho up petite MSUMM restful sleeps s J 7 1 Hold b7 All Drug stb friot GO oUt Jiin Faulkner wns caught by a picco of falling slatojn Doc Kashs coal blink lost Monday morning end had ho not boon standing up atthoti nib would have boon killed When tho slato foil it caught on tho hoad and pusiiod him hintI tho slnto breaking in two ns foilII have practiced medicine for 1C years and have consulted tho lleading physi cians in this country in regent to n rem edy fur Dyspepsia hut have never been ame r to find nnyumiK that would nfTecL II cure until I UieJ Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I have sutllred with stomach trouble for years Could not cat anything hut milk toast for months hut sinco 1 used Kodol I curt eat anything and feel that my health Iis better than it ever was in my life I cannot say enough for Kodol for it hits saved my life anti I know that it willcure any case of Dyspepsia If taken as dlrcetcc1M D Settle M IX Big Kill Ky Wild by nil druggists F N Day is this week visiting his son Willio Dny nt Uotliel in Hath county and with tho exception of a two weeks visit to tho Worlds Fair Chicago It is tho tint time ho hue taken anyvaca tion in HO years Wo miss the merry laughter of littlo Francis Nick + lItthIIc pnst lugi tho ollici takingi u cow to pas taro Wo hear she id at her grandfathers nt Salem where there are plenty of cows but she will bo i back again Fanny the littlo daughter of reportedti i of this family Mae boon sick within tho past two mouths and there has boon ono death little Karl Mrs Frey vlnrath rrrflldrnt ountry ilttb llonlon Miengmy born I did not irectaI to regain my strength although the doctor jive me a tonic which he Anild red very superior but Instead cf getting better I rew weaker every day My bus CarduloI for a weekand tee what It would me I did take the medicine and was very grateful to find my strength and health slowly returning IIn two weeks I was out of bed and In a month I was able to take I up my usual duties IIam very enthuil praiseoWino of Cimlui reinforces tbe organs of generation for tho ordeal of preg nancy nnd childbirth It prevents mis carriage No woman who tnkcs Wino of Cnruui need rant tho coming of her takenIWino of Cnrdui boon her baby cnuio she would not have been weakened iIho wn Her rapid recovery should commend this great remedy to every expectant mother Wine of l ardui regulates tho menstrual How NEofCARDIL NOTICE11s LYIU H TAITMIUI i llnI till AthuInistratrixiI Natlcu 1II J W Coxowrrox gtcDdondnntII Notice is hereby HIVPII tint I as lies 1tlr Ciiminimioaer of tho Wolfo Circuit Court willon MONDAY AUGUST lOTlt 1008 at the Circuit Clerks Office a in tho town of Campion IKy begin mv 1armsyI lcauses of Lyda H Tntilhec Administra trix vs J W Congloton etc Iydu U jTiuilbeo Administratrix J M1 Taul bee Guardian J JI Taulbco vs Lydn H Taulbeo Administratrix MoJHlfen Hazon iV Co vs Lydn H Taulbee AdI ministsatrix rind Lydn 11 Taillhce Ad I ministrntrix vs S F Allen and will continuo my sittings from day to day until completed Givenn under my hand this st tiny of July 1003 0 0 FULKS Commissioner Wolfo Circuit Court t QE4 = q2tt A +it OF TUE4 1 t t a m a r Sn IiAtthe Close of Business on the 30th day of June 1903 i ItESOLRCESt It v 1 Loans and Discounts H17904 2 Overdrafts secured r OOOrr al Overdraft + unsecured 000 4 Due from National Bank 1k 1 iQG5tt7 litUIIC from Stato Banks and Itunkcrn 000 n5 Duo from Tnmt CompaniesI u J 000 7 Hanking JlniiMO anti Lot 000 8 OtherI HealI E t I1tCI i f 1100r i wr U IClrtIR t lOp 10 u s iiomiil r ooor 11 Other Stocks and lfend9nnznun u 000 12 specieI 1 l iT amos la Currency 27000 14 Exchange for Clearings i I 000 IT Other Items Carried ns Cauli 000 Iii Furniture mid Mixtures 1742 7U 17 Fund to Iuy Taxes nnuuunnununua nu 000 18 Current Expenses Last Quarter iOJOC Give description value and how long owned all real estate except banking lionce and lot if any owned longer than five yearsnunn None 0M088 LIABILITIES I I Capital Stock paid in in each 750001 2 Surplus Fund 000 a1 Undivided Profits G943C 1 Due Depositors as follows viz Deposits subject to check on which interest is not paid 22040 53 Deposit MiljfCt to check on which interest is paid 000 Demand certificates of deposits on which interest is Ipaid 000 Time certificates of deposits on which interest is paid 000 Savings deposits on which interest is paid 000 Certified Checks 000 fa Due National Hanks 000 1Ii Due State Hanks and Hankers 000 7 Duo Trust Companies 000 8 Cnshirrs Checks outstanding 000 II tills Heli counted 000 10 Unpaid Dividends 000 IIII Taxes Due and Unpaid 000 12 Capital Stuck nut IlIIid7liOOOOSUPPLEMENTARY 1 Highest amount of indebtedness of any ntockholder person coin pun y or firm including In the liability of the company or linn the liability of the individual members thereot di rectly or indirectly if such liidebtfdiiesi exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid in and actual amount of surplus of the bank 1206000 1 How U Indebtedness stated in above item 1 secnrcd- 5lortguge on Itenl luitutc See Section 511 Kentucky Statutes 3 Highest amount ol iuiiebtedneHs of any director or ollicer If amount of IIlIeh Indebtediu exceeds 10 percent of paid up capital stock of bank 78400 See Section fiSS Kentucky Statutes 4 how in same secured Lien on tent Estate 5 Does amount of indebtedness of any person company or firm including in the liability ol the company or firm the liabil ity nl the Individual mriulern thereof exceed 30 per cent ot paidup capital and actual surplus No If so stale amount ofsuch indebtedness g- tIi Amount of last dividend No dividend declared 7 Were all expenses losses interest and taxes deducted there Irom helilre declllrlnK dividend DUll was not less then 10 per iiI hrthldend was declared See Section fiMi Kentucky Statutes faO2JOS S STATB OF KENTUCKY 1 CorsTY OK LMIi1Mj S U Dnmhel Cushier of the Farmers and Trailers Hank a Hank located nand doiii business at tin town of Campion in wild county being 11111IIWOrnIIIs the fur golu report is In all respects true statement of tin condition of said Hank at the close 01 business on the lOth tiny of 1 luno l0i to the best of his knowledge and belief am further says thnt the business of said Hank lias been trammeled at the location named and not elsewhere ami that the above report is made in compliance with an ollieial no lice received from the Secretary of Slate designating the iUtli tiny of June ItHM ns tin day Oil thichsuch report shall he made Subscribed nod sworn to before me by 1 1S O DHUSHKL Cashier S C Drnsbel the tth tinyof lure ItonI i W 11ALSKY President C F CUM Hi S S COMHS Director NotaryI Public Wolfe County 1 1 II SlAMPKi Director MyI commUsion expires March it llUI I J N VAlUlIN Director 11 fA 11rflft S r I fr 1 0IHaving decided to discontinue business wo will for tho next 30 days otVer our entire stock consisting of Dry Goods Mens and Boys Clothing Hats Shoes Ladies Trimmed Hats Tin EtcL1tOotI To close out as quick as possible NOW IS YOMIl1 CHANCE to buy strictly first clnss goods cheaper than you will ovor see them again Yours respectfully C MORRIS CO- Daysboro Ky h JAMES B CECILSmvHBor to Cecil Bros is now receiving a n w stock ofI i iiat FIM 1 tt I lj oerylhinglusUIi lie is also J I TWWw3 hisITP13MDr wrceivo tho host ttttentioiu Ho also carries 7 may a full lino of L1 yE 5+and will mnko to order any thing in that lino Lap robes dusters buggy whips o will bo kept in stock and everything sold tit n close margin of profit t II Y- M + t Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Tablo In Effect October 19 1902 EAST BOUNDo I rlhdlySundayj i 4 ei ay pMLve I I IIji AMLTI2 2 OIIJexlngton Oi 3 etame3 jl pm 4011Cllly Cityi 40 U1 la Ito 4 Oii pun Q44 9 23 ate 4 35 pun 57I NAt Bridge ti7 9 li4 as 4 41 pm 6i Torrent I tiJ IBJIli 11 pia TO JleuttyveJc I UIIO 29 alp 011 pan 00 OKJunen 90ll20amU 15 pm tM Jncknoi 14 11 30 lID WEST J3OUND 103DlIlly1u11i I 1IArr1010Rmcm025ampa837am8 28 am 44 1StnntouisLb4 4 30 pa piiI pipatJpa OMaiu lM Lexii i ion J4j 2 25 pet 10 It E BRANCH EAST HOUND 21DullyeiSundayi Iy 3 30 0 luckaon 0 1120 3 35 IIi OAK 1 unction o 11 29 4 17 M WllhllrlltllI 1152 4 30 13 Hampton 13 11 3S 5 10 20 Lee City 20 12 22 518 22 Helechawa 22 12 28 5 45 27 Cannel City 27 12 41 PM A lilt PMAtt WEST HOUND No 34 SSI I SSII No 22 DIIIIY1USum1 9 15 n Jackson 2 35 1II 10 pAK Junction tI 2 30 828 11 WIIhur 11 153 8 15 13 Hampton 13 1 52 7 35 20 Lee City 20 1 28 7 20 22 Ifelecllnra22 1 22 7 00 27 Cannel City j27 1 05 A fIR I P M Ln Nos 3 and 4 make close connection totI Cannel City and points on Ohio and 1t1 tacky Railway Division daily except SaD lay Nos 1 nml 2 connect at L S E Junctiu with Chesapeake and Ohio fur Mt SlerJlo pointsNoi at Beat yiville JaD tlon with I k A for ellttyvllle dally em cept Sunday ManagerCHAS OILf Toe Hazel Green Oil ana Gas Co vINCOHlOHATKDI- A now ready to do business How ollice Hazel Green Ky More mINtdesirable trA definite amount of tk nparlforpurposltAllableFor pretidonttary Win H Cord it SREDUCED RATES TO THE GREAT SOUTHWEST I dllldII f colonist rates arc effective from St JAIl and Kansas City to points in Mis 04 Arkansas Oklahoma Indian TerrtWj and Texts via tho f iFor roundtrip tickets the rate 111 singleticketsj ij GET YOURYOTitltfSlinvei l Stile UU IIIKAIPOV WANTEDA TIIUSTWOIITHY tletnnn or lady in each county to mi Inouseoffinancial J byeachexpensesfromMIMMIM tanager UO Caxton Be Chicago MWr