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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rr i c11 4 f1ji II THEHAZEL GREEN HERALD I O n Established March 4 1885 Made Famous In the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORoll 0 Y I NINETEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUG 20 1003 NUMBER 8It k i ONnaC SPENCER COOPERThei Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper In the Kentucky Mountains 50 Cents a Year WASH MILLER President A H HAMPTON Cashier W WILLIS VicePresident J W POYNTER Asst Cashier a t i s lit 11 a s 11 9iiit WINCHESTER KY PAID UP CAPI rAJJ810000000solicit business careful service every Cut Out tngIlCBROSE Special Kentucky KcCaceey r myself tnnj whatever be r pleased a sample LIFE INSURANCE POLICY bOlllltlJ IS i vlanIClddress W R CRA FORD CO r Stock Commission Merchants FOR THE Catty Hogs Sheep Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI Of ALSO Central Stock Yards KYe hnve nn Eastern t for till deL rablu stock ut highest Consignment Tftrrpiioiiflptinp rlirerAillr answered 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Are the Lies and Falsifications of Governor Beckbamg Pardon Record Manufactured By Republican The Rabid Chicago InterOcean Comes Out With a Lyle Story Saying Jett Hat Five Tree Re calved OleeacJ From the Lexington Morning Democrat l The following editorial from the CourierJournal of August 12th shows to what extent the Republii can party in Kentucky will go iin their desperate efforts by lying and falsification of records in the matter of Gov Beckhams pardon record to build up their hopeless and dishonest cause The false statements in the Chicago Inter Ocean a rabid and viscious enemy of Kentucky and the South about these matters is on a par with the misrepresentation and falsehoods published by the Republican or gnus of KentuckyStupid As illustrating the reckless methods by which the Republicans a trying to make partisan capital of the Marcum murder a recent Cyu thiana letter to the Chicago Inter Ocean is interesting Hero are sample gems from that contribution The Governor has pardoned Jett so often on the request of Judge Harpis that jt iii thought lie will do it sgui should he be convicted of this crime But the defense will do all in its pow to prevent a conviction to save the Governor from this embarrassment If Many pardons have been issued dii rectly after the indictment Curtis Jett 17 years of Age has been pardoned eight times and at least five of those pardons were issued before he was convicted The processor trying a man and conI victing him increased Judge Hargiss taxes and the taxes of many other ciliI zeus of Brenthitt county Judge Hargii being a practical man reasoned with himself that as the Governor had to pardon the man anyhow it would be better to have a pardon before the man was convicted Thus grew up n custom pe culiar to Kentucky II Past events indicate that Jett and White if they over are convicted will bo pardoned by Gov Beckham BO many times before that the Governor cnn scarcely be inconsistent enough to refuse just ono more pardon The ono grain of truth in this sheaf of lies is that Gov Becklmm has pardoned Curtis Jott just once and then James Marcum whomI Jett afterward aosassinated recom mended the pardon Of course when such manufacturers of campaign material as this nterOcean fictionist attempt to toll us what is going to happen they aro anything but impressive People who can not or will not j toll fro truth about what has already I happened are not tho people to whom wo look to toll us what is going to happen The assertion that Gov Beckham is so subservi ent to Hargis that he will grant a pardon to Jott if convictedof tfarcums murder is so absurd that it would not bo credited by oven the most stupid of tho Governors enemies He would have to be a foolas well as a knave to take such course and he is known in Ken tucky if not in Chicago to be- either If auoh prediction as that here quoted wore worth Serious attention it would bo easy to discredit it by the record of Gov Jeokham in this case for since his suggestion that Harais request the offering of a reward for Marcums murderer and ills ignoring of Har I Yf giss proposal that only 260 be offered instead of which he offeredethe limit of the law as he has shown that he is with the outraged partiesinof Hargiss rule in Breathitt bro ken and the assassins of Marcum promptdetailtion to Judge Rodwine that ho should not try Jett and White at Jackson with the other steps that Ihe has taken in his limited authority in such cases all give the Ho to slanderers of the stripe of tho InterOceans lotted writer As a matter of fact Curtis Jett was pardoned by the Governor long before the Breathitt county troubles come up on a jail seLl y fence for a misdemeanor charge after he had served a large part of 3 his term and J B Marcum was the chief petitioneer for the pllrIdon This is tho only time that Curtis Jett was ever pardoned by Gov Beckham i reThe Death Penalty A little thing sometimes results 1in death Thus a more scratch boilsr1iavo paid the depth penlty It is y wise to have Bucklens Arnida Salvo t ever handy Its tho best salve on earthand will prevent fatality whoa burns sores ulcers and piles threaten Only foo at nil drugI- I gist Mrs Lou Auu Wilsuii the wife erof Robert Wilson on the head of Red river died Monday night of iall affection of the spine DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable newsIpapers Is sure to know of the wonderful made by SwampRoot kidney liver remedy the great medl the nine century dis after years of research by the emi kidney andWa aa specials t md lr wonderfully promptly curing lame back kidney uric acid troubles and Brlghts which is the worst form cf kidney Dr Kilmer s Is not rec = ommended foe Thocures If you have kid ney liver or It will be found just the remedy you It has been tested In so many ways work In private practice among too poor to pur chase relief and so suct 1 ulln every case that a arrangement has been made by of this paper who have pot It may have a sample bottle sent also a book telling more about and how to find out If you have bladder trcubk When writing this treneroua offer In this paper send your address Dr Kilmer Co hamton N Y Dr of pnoocdollarDont make any mistake but remember the name Swamp Root Dr Kilmers BlnghamlonN +N slsftdcC Q 1 Ii flue GraSSHUrSerieS Fruit null Ornamental Trees g Grape Vines Small ruilsAs t pare us Rhubarb and everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden tIix Strawberry and General Catatltl1 logues on request a Both phones X H1F Hillenmeyer Sons LEXINGTON KY Coinfiii f JF 1 u AyersMalaria and Ague Cure Ie T E HEffAL SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY August 20 1008 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Governor J OW BECKHAM For LieutonnntGovornor w P THOUNE For Auditor of State- S W HAGER For Treasmrnr H M BOSWOKTH For Attorney General X B HAYS For Secretary of State II V McCHESNEY For Superintendent of Public In struction J H FUQUA for Commissioner of Agriculture For HUBERT Clerk of Court VnEELA of DII J MORGAN CHI XIIor HeiircicntnUro 01t DUIrlct JUDCE H F1 PIERATT i + nnOUnflEmEilt + For Coiiinionwenltli Attorney We are authorized to announce A HOWARD STAMPER na a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney Twenty third Judicial District subject to action of the Democratic Party MEMBERS of the Kentucky Press Association and especially tho U country cousin contingency will rejoice to learn that J Clyde Nelson editor of the Bath County World is now recognized as a pro fjcientjproofreador and a critic of colossal calibre The following from his last paper explains the situation Recently the Owings ville Outlook nod the Owingsville correspondent of a number of j daily papers spread the fame of J J Clyde Nelson editor of this paper ao a proof reader and copy editor Now Mr Nelson has received from one of the largest publishing houses in Now York City a copy 1 in sheets of one of their latest books which they send him for j correction and revision We are tdomany obligations to both the Outlook and the correspondent and stand ready to show our appreciation whenever the opportun ity may be presented THE trial of Jett and White at Cynthiana resulted in a sentence for life for both But for one of the jurors Jasper King Jells sonS tence would have been death A I motion for a new trial was over ruled by Judge Osborn when the attorneys took an appeal Mean time Jott twill be taken care of in the Lexington jail anti White in the bastilo at Covington Jett is to be tried for the murder of Jim Cockrell and Judge Osbqrn has set September 9th as the time Dr Fred C Bakes who attend ed the Elks Fair at Lexington as the representative of TILE HERALD was sick most of tho time and was at tho fair on Tuesday only But he says tho Press Gang treated him royally The balance of the time ho was the guest of his chum Dr Smith of Clay City Pats An End to It All A grievous wail of times comes as a result of unbearable pain from over taxedorgans Dizziness back ache liver complaint and consti Kingsnowit all They are gentle but thor ough Try them Only 25c Guar anteed by all druggists dO I N aYe4 S quickly destroys malarial germs Gives prompt relief in all forms of malaria Sure preventive for those living in malarial districts A11 Wtt asszwn nwe annag MURDER AT STANTON Hunted Man Blew Off Side of His i Pursuers Head With a Load of Buckshot IA dispatch from Stanton Ky under date of August 18 says P IIF Landrum of Tolivor in Wolfo cqunty was shot nnd instantly killed there by Weed Tipton a young man residing near Stanton Tho tragedy grow out of the ar rest of Landrum on the charge of i hooting and wounding Miss Tnul j bee a few Sundays ago at Natural i Bridge a tummer resort on tho Lexington it Eastern railway in Powell county and who was taken before County Judge Dorickson for an examining trial and hold under bond to answer an indictment nt tho November circuit court Young Tipton was n witness in tho case It is said that on Wednesday morning Landrum wont to Stun ton and told a numbor of his friends that ho had come for the purpose of killing Tipton He was accompanied hsIof his rot atives but his acquaintances said they thought he was only jesting when making his threat Surrounded by friends and rela tives he wont from place to place in tho city hunting for the man he intended to kill and finally ran upon him shortly before 4 oclock in front of the Petitt saloon al most directly in front of tho courthouse The men met face to face A few remarks wero passed between thorn when Tipton diappeared in to the saloon and almost instantly returned with a shot gun loaded with buckshot Tho sight of tho gun made Landrum go for his pis tol and both men began firing at each other simultaneously but the quicknerve of Tipton stood him well in hand and he pulled the trigger of his gun first tho entire charge striking his victim in the right oye blowing off the entire right side of his face Tipton was discharged on tho examining trial anti in the light of the above no other course was clear But another story is cur rent here and that is tho reverse For instance it is said here that Tipton followed Landrumand that just before the shooting Landrum remarked You have followed me with that gun all Ay and by G if you follow me any further Ill kill you Save the Children Ninetynine of every 100 diseases that children have are due to dis orders of the stomach and those disorders are all caused by indiges tion Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is just as good for children as it is for ad ults Children thrive on it It keeps their little stomachs sweet and encourages their growth and development Mrs Henry Carter 705 Central St Nashville Tonn says My little boy is now three sufferingfromborn I have had the best doctors in Nashville but failed to do him any good After using one bottle of Kodol he is a well baby I re commend it to all sufferers Ko dol digests what you eat and makes the stomach sweet Sold by all druggists Squiro Taylor of Stillwator was in town Tuesday wearing his usual smile and paid TIE HEHALD office a pleasant call From some remarks ho made we opine that ho would like to be county judge and he sure would make a dignified presiding probate Dont Think because you have taken many remedies in vain that your case is incurable Hoods Sarsaparllla has lured many acemlncly hope pea cases of scrofula catarrh rheumatism Ikldnpy complaint dyspepsia pad debillly = c III L I V I I JAMES B CECILSuccessor to Cecil Bros is now receiving a niv stock of GJ m t4J ZY 1t J DI rI PJW W m liJ Jl 1 ttJ and will carry n tinotlr Fruits Vegetables itc Jn fact everything I usually kept in a firstclass grocery store lie is also nnpieto If flea ctorLrnf J ll 1lNj 9 whpo traveling mon will hu treated in n hninoliko manner and in his mmm SSAB Ji i IwrPI nlldohicl1R will1 rt 111C 1 tin I inset llttetltioll-e raand will make to ardor nnv this in that 1 lint Lap robes duwtors buggy whips te will be kept in stock and everything sold at a cluso margin of profitIi THE CHICAGO POST THE ETery FARMER should read dally The Chicago Post Every LIVE STOCK Shipper should read dally The Chicago Post Every PRODUCE Shipper should read dally The Chicago Post Every GRAIN Shipper should read daily The Chicago Post THE CREATIMARKET NEWSPAPER THE PEST IS NONE TOO GOOD FOR YOU Subteribe through your eommltilon arm newsdealer or publliher of newip per containing this adrertlioment Sample ooplei seat free on reauett Address THE CHICAGO POST Chicago III fiJVt Vi S 11 L- q 4J1 O Having decided to discontinue business we will for the next 30 days offer our entire stock consisting of Dry Goods Mens and Boys Clothing Hats Shoes Ladies Trimmed Hats TinIware Trunks E- tc2t Exact CostTo close out as quick as possible NOW IS YOMR CHANCE to buy strictly firstclass goods choapor than you will over see them again Yours respectfully C MORRIS CO- Daysboro Ky KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat This preparation contains all of tho dlgcstants and dljjcstq all kinds of food It gives Instant relief and never falls to cure It allows you to eat all tho food you Wart The mostsensittvo stomachs can take It By IIts use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else failed It Is uncquulled for uU stomach troubles It cant help but do you good Prepared only tty FI lirWm ot Chicago ThojlbottloconUilnsSli tlnustbuWV fclzo Sold by nil druggists Homes Wealth FOR ALL CAN BB FOUND ALONG THE SPEED WITHIUS To1 TEXASKANSAS MISSOURI ARKANSAS OKLAHOMATerritories lnd points beyond THE FRISCO SYSTEM hives you LOW RATES on the lint and third Tuudajri of each month For detailed Information apply to A D MURRAY Gee Agent 107 Walnut Street CINCINNATI s rjn rjv HOME il I CHEAP RATES + wtt VIAwwj SOllthl rn Hallway TO ARKANSAS COLORADO INDIAN TERRITORY OKLAHOMA TERRITORY KANSAS MISSOURI NEW MEXICO TEXAS and Other States The Southern Railway sells extremely low rate ticket to the above territory and to points in Southern States both ono way und round trip on the first and third Tuesdays of each month Leave Lexington 305 or 030 P M and arrive St Louis next morning at 730 making connection with all trains for the West Sonthweat Northwest and Pacific Coast For rates stopover privileges etc call on C 0 STEWART Traveling Passenger Agent Southern Railway Lex ington Ky filly j Tie Igc s err ank WINCHESTER KY N II WITHERSPOON President R D HUNTER Cashier Yale Up Capital 810000000 t t i 83000000 IISurJJuR of 840421048 solicits the accounts of traders and bus iness men generally throughout East ern Kentucky and offers Its custom crs every faculty and the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking loct2ly e ee e Lexington and Eastern Hallway Tlmo Table in Effect October 19 1902 i CAST BOUND No A Ka4- Dally rx 9sPATIOAS Scully ex Sunday I fi Sunday t l Lrelt l I 3 JO 8 25 an 3 M 111111OILexluJtnnIII t lIlt am 4 OIl U 23 am 4 35 t0 54 BUI 4 4l pwI62IlTorrentIC 10 08 sin 5 11 i 10 SO am U 11 pnfO jOKJuncn ill 11 JO am liI 12 iIIU Ol Jackxiii 11I1d 11 30 aui WEST BOUNDt Nrt K An 3 Dally = i STATIONS 11Daily ex U lI 1aJt i A M jjIlJArr IIDtSpmUII 8 2Sin HlNat liridgel Hi 4 30 jim 8 011l1Jl 57Stanton j1671 4 Ot JIm 7 47 nta f K Clay City jtrj 3 47 pm pma11111II0 X BRANCH KAST UOUNI No U Si i 111lru 21 DIII1Ji ex IY 31 0 JuikMM I r1 11 20 t M OJOAK Iniirlion i Or 1120 1 17 tlilhuret11 11 fiJ 4 30 lIlIlulon13 11 fib fl 10 lee City 20 12 22 litlitM515 lltlctlmwn 22 228 5 45 Cancell City 27 12 45 PM Ann l PM ARK WEST HOUND No 34 St SSI No 22 Dully ex = STATIONS = Dally xI Suudyr Sunday OW 0 Juhonr2I 35 I110 I MOK Junction 61 2 30 828I ill 11ilhunt III 168 8 IS 13 Hampton 13 1 62 7 3j 20 le City 20 1 28 7 20 22 Heleohaw 22 1 22 7 00 27 Cannel City 27 1 05 A M IVKI P MLvt Not 3 and 4 make cloie connection for Cannel City and points on Ohio and Ken tacky Railway Diviilnn dally except Sunday No 1 and 2 connect M L do R Junction with Chesapeake and Ohio fur Mt Sterling polntiNo at Ileatlrvllle June lion with I A for Henttyrllle dally except SundayJ MangerOIIAS f- H OIL the Hazel Green OH and Gas Co vINCORPORATED Is now ready to do business Home office Hazel Green Ky More than 7500 acres of molt desirable lands A definite amount of the apartfor I purposesAllableFor prosidenttary Wm H Cord rG SREDUCED RATES TO THE GREAT SOUTHWEST On the first and third Tuesdays of each month special and colonist rates are effective from St Louis and Kansas City to points in Missouri Arkansas Oklahoma Indian Territory and Texas via the For rolnd trip tickets the rate Is ono triptlcket8 G NOTEnEADSKnrelopai i f CataloRuISae WANTBDA TnUSTWORTHTk GEN tleman or lady in each county manage Hdflnanweekly cash salary of 1800 paid by check dlreotfromI3uildln8tChicago e t p I t fr Impaired DigestionM- aynot be alt that ii meant by tytpqMta now but It will be If neglected The uneasiness after eating fllirof new HS headache sourness of the stomach and greeablo belching may tint bo very hot V but they will bo ir tho stomach Is crcd to grow weaker yspepsla Is such n miserable dlicato at tho tendency to It should be Riven early attention This Is completely over come hy foods Sarsaparilla hicu strengthens tliowholcdlccitlro system THE fEmAL Read notice of AdiutnlNtrntor in nn timer column Ulcfarfcll Wally was dangerously ill one L this week o notice mi of tho Hlnlr Fluid Pen and call nt this olllcc to see one in ration loin Mayue representing Urn Ball sled Drug Do of Ironton Ohio was Lwn yesterday interviewing tho titer ts CHING1 007111 Kcnllng Salt llieitm is eared by Hoods SnrMi milatit tfreat unequalled remedy every kind of SKIN DISEASE Mrs Emma Lumpkln of Ezel re a8 uw to day to the Indies of that vlI ty that Mime is now receiving n fresh ol millinery that will please all r Butler Kamey who now lives in as j nM d through hero Tuesday en ito to visit Oscar Fallen Charley Fal i and tncle Hilly Knsh Ills funnily in Mcnlfce Vuut Liw Stamper who has been hero boarding her grandchildren while in school at the academy removed Tues day to her home at Grassy Creel much to regret of friends here James 11 Cecil has removed his store room to tho corner fronting John M Roses brick store The site of tbo building is that of the old Picratt hotel burned about IB years ago Whit Cecil of West Liberty paused through our town Tuesday rnroulo to Campton to get a rig to drill tho well in Neal Valley at which tho derrick and all the tools were recently burned A Lynn Perry iis registered at the Day Hotel He has a largo contract of painting for Mr J Taylor Day and i Robert LMcLIn Mr Perry is an ex pert sign painter and halls from Win chester Hoy Childwas hero Monday to be examined for hlcnlablllt to join the Knights of Maccabees of which order Tent No 82 is located here Ho will appear for initiation at time next regular meeting Married It tho residence of tho brides parents A F Johnson and wife on Lacy Creek on Wednesday night the 13th Inst Daniel Boone Lacy and Miss Calllo Johnson Dr Center tied the nuptial knot The derrick at the oil well In Neals Valley near West Liberty was burned to the ground Thursday night last It was tho property of n Mr Brush who is rebuilding They hind been drilling up to dark onlhe evening it burned and no one knows what caused tho fire Died at tho residence of her husband Jeff M Rose on Lacy Creek on Satur day morning Mrs Mary Johnson aged 42 years Besides her husband she leaves five children tho youngest only about fivo years old Time funeral and burial wero on Sunday end between 200 and 300 attended tho obsequies thus tes tifying to tho popularity of the de ceased CASTORIA5pr Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Stars the- Signature of Time news was telephoned here Sunday that tho body of Oapt Tom Havens had been found in tho river six miles below Frankfort and tho remains buried in Macphclah cemetery at Mt Sterling Sunday It will bo remembered that ho committed suicide a few weeks since by t jumping front a bridge into tho Kentucky river at Frankfort The riverg was so high at the time that it was feared tho body would never bo recov ered But when the flood subsided tho search was revived with the result above stated Escort to Cipt HavenaB Remains AppeallInnd six delegates from the Frankfort Lodge of Odd Fellows passed through hero yesterday afternoon on the C10 0 k 0 train returning to Frankfort from Mt Sterling where they went to attend tlie funeral1 elf Captain W T Havens who committed suicide couple tJf1 tloI Ie bridge at Frankfort Captain Havens way sittingIn bis library in bin dreAsin gown slippers arid cap apparently in good spirits Suddenly lie left tho room and went out the front door Ills wife became alarmed after a short time had j clnxpud rued a search was begun in which the neighbors were Intcrel1cdI but without avail A woman I some ono leap off time bridge into tho river about tho time Captain Iluvert- left the house and popular supposition placed it that he was time man Tho be lief was confirmed next day when no trace of him could be found A search of the river was made but without sue cess Satuaday the botlof a wan un recognizable was found in the river about eight miles below A watch in a JIllIVtHlIIback The body was taken to Ml Sterling his former 1101116111111 the interimlit took place yesterday lie was a promi nent Old Eeltow and no motive is ascribed for his rash act Captain Havens was well knuwu In Lexington and throughout the lime Grass and his untimely death came as a sudden shock to ids many friends The Judged who attended the funeral are Judges Hareliigsr Nuun Williams and OHiar The member of Capitol Lodge No 0t are Mcwrn W S Dehotiey L Uraham Wiley Dupuy II 0 SII C A Nelson Charles Keinen Lexing ton Herald Robbed the Grave byJniinhI was In an awful condition MyI skin was utmost yellow eyes sunken tongue coated pain continually in buck i iul byIIThen I was advised to use Electric Hit ters to my great joy the first bottle made a decided improvement contin ued their use for three weeks and am now a well man I know they robbed tho grave of another victim No one should fail to try them Only 00 cents guaranteed at all druggists Bound Over Tho examining trial of Hummer Spi cer charged with tho killing of James Johnson as reported in our last Issue was begun last Friday morning before Judge Hargis and was completed Satur day afternoon consuming two days After an exhaustive nnd patient hearing of the evidence and arguments of counsel for the defendant and Common wealth the court held tho defendant to answer the action of tho next grand jury of Sreathitt county in the sum of 2000 which was promptly furnished The bondsmen were William Russell S F White and Qrnnvillo Spicer After giving bond the accused was released and returned to his home Jack son Hustler John Gilley has been suffering with a felon on his right hand for a week past but Dr Nickell lanced it on Tuesday and greatly relieved the pain SOFTCORE Like the running brook the red blood that flows through the veins has to come from somewhereThe of red blood are found in the soft core of the bones called the marrow and some say red blood also comes from the spleen Healthy bone marrow and healthy spleen are full of fat Scotts Emulsion makes new blood by feeding the bone marrow and the spleen with the richest of all fats the pure cod liver oil For pale school girls and invalids and for all whose blood is thin and pale Scotts Emulsion is a pleasant and rich blood food It not only feeds the blood makiltg organs but gives them strength to do their proper work Send for free sample SCOTT at IJOWNU chemists 409415 Pearl Street New Iforlc soc aDdMOO all druggists t fa lMemory WHEREAS God in His wisdom has deemed it proper to move from our or der time lamented Brother Christopher 0 Hanks be it resolved by Wolfe Lodge No 185 Knights of Pythias 1st That we extend to the family of our lamented brother our condolence And heart felt sympathy in this awful bereavement which Is shared and so klndjyfelt byhlii brother Knights Anti himgbut to love him 2d That the death of our Brother Knight removes from our midst one of our best citizens Like a bravo Knight he will always found in tho front defend tho10pprcIseduml Iti him were blended nil the noble at headsand heart combined to make him one of natures noblemen a born leader a wise anti cautious cmiiifftllor a faithful hus bund arid an affectionate father and a true friend M That those resolutions be spread lit large on the minute book of the lodge and published in THE llAZEb Giuiv HiiUAM and a copy presented to the family of our dteIlMltl brother- C C FUIKS C F mills Committee- H K ONKYJ Death of It J White Our failure lust week to mention the death of Itichard J White editor end founder of the Frenchburg Now was duo solely to the fact that we hoped to get some further particulars about his demise But at the present time we have heard nothing further than we then knew Dick White as he was fa miliurly called by his close acquaint ance and friends was 11 generous free hearted man and hud many commend able traits of character Ho was reared in Lexington where he learned the trade of printer on the old Lexington itrss since which ho hud traveled ore the South as a journeyman printer anti at one time ho was atm attache of this office lie also worked awhile at Campion A few years siaco ho married the widow of Ike McGuire of Frenchburg who with an interesting little boy survives him Mrs White has our sympathy in her af fliction The Best Family Salve DcWitts Witch Hazel gives instant relief from burns cures cuts bruises sores eczema tetter and all abrasions ot tho skin In buying Witch Hazel Salve it Is only necessary to see that you get the genuine DoWitts and a cute is cer tain There are many cheap counter feits on the market nilof which are worthies and quite a few are danger ous while DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is perfectly harmless and cures Sold ball druggists Arch of Cannel Coal Mr Thomni 11 Morgan representing time Kentucky Block Cannel Coal Company will leave tomorrow for St Louis to superintend the erection of a mam moth coal archon the exposition grounds The exhibit will bo In the form of a triumphal arch eighteen feet high and eoven feet wide and will be built of material furnished by the Kentucky Block Cannel Coal Co It will hear the inscription Pluto Cannel Coal Mined at Cannel City Ky by the Kentucky Block Cannel Coal Com pany The arch will be located in tbo main entrance of the Kentucky coal and mineral exhibit A car load of the coal to bo used in constructing tho arch passed through Lexington A Cure for Headache Any man woman or child suffering from headache biliousness or a dull drowsy feeling should take ono or two of DeWitts LiLlie Early Risers night and morning These famous little pills are famous because they are a tonic as well as a pill While they cleanse tho system they strengthen and rebuild it by their tonic effect upon tho liver and bowels Sold by nil druggists Brooded 28 Years After waiting 28 years for his oner to come within range of his rifle Tout J Combs a paralytic shot and instantly killed Greasy Combs in Perry county Friday Both men come from tho Combs family of Breathitt county At a dance in 1876 at John Combs house his cousin who was drunk stabbed him The wounded man was paralyzed and his mind BO affected that his only lucid thought Wall of revenge Unable to hunt down his enemy he in his cabin always with rifle near satI day for tho first time Greasy passed close enough to be shotJack son Hustler Dr Nickell reports the birth of a girl to the wife of Jeff Brewer on Stillwnter oa Monday the 11th inst Kind Yon Have Always Bought and which has been II JI ITho uso for over 30 years has homo tho slgnatnro of I fzdI anti has been mauo under his per sonal supervision slnco Its infancy Allow 110 ono to deceive you in this Counterfeits Imitations anti Just an oOl are butI IAll that triflo with and endanger tho health of Infants anti Children Experience against ExperimentI I What is CASTORSCnsloria is a harmless substitute for Castor 011 Pare goric Drops mid Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic Htibstancc Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind t Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation mid Flatulency It assimilates tho Fool regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy mill natural sleep Tho Childrens nnnccnTho Mothers Friend CENUBNE CASTORIA ALWAYS rf Bears the Signature of The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THC CrNTAUII COMPANY TT MUHHAV BTHCIT NW VOHK CITY fit Nd n WE ARE BADLY OVERTOCKED x1 JF Clothinn Deportment Wa RavD Too jiioii ClothingI 25 PER GENT off on every Overcoat and Suit in our house FOR CASH ONLYThis includes our ALFRED BENJAMIN 5 GUS SUIiI AND OVERCOATS Al out arge line of YOUTH rdtCHIL j DRENS CLOT sGr We are deter v i ed to give you the full benefit of our sale in season and not wait until the season is over This means to you the best clothing in the word at cost and less than New York cost Avail yourself of this opportunity Come quick and make your selection Do not fail to visit our house when in Lexington Louis ODd Gus Straus a LEXINGTONS LEADING CLOTHIERS T O VAUGHN P H DAVIS VAUiN AYSSuccessors to 0 W Howe Wholesale and Retail Liquor Dealers Grocers Etc A Gffltts COP l xtoto3Dt BeepI attention given to the filling af mail orders IISpecml 31 Long Distance 10 oiJ oiJ KENIDUCKY PRINTING b havo just received 20000 10000 Envelopes Q Letterheads o and print thorn to order at a very low price for the cash 1 v ti lOYAl TO IDEALS I Hearst Revives Faith and HopeI In True Democracy 1 II Vigorous and Tearless Editor of Setc I Great Democratic Newspapers Sustains i i Principles of Conservatism and Justice In American Government and Combats5 CrGeJCiH IitT the IIou JOHN TElllLK GRAVEI uf Goo gIa The movement in favor of W It Hearst for president Is founded on tho i essentials of Democratic tradition un- Democratic dt principles The Democratic party In Its Incep tlon mission and Llstory has been part of the people Its work and itnII I record have been ono of supreme consid oration for the rights and Interests of i great bodies of citizens as the privileges of doss or to the aorlt1I ism expressed by legislative for the few enactmentII The reason why Mr veloped a strength so remarkable ard so sustained In the ranks of this great party is because of the fact that he above nil the men now active In Jour nalism or in politics has been con sistently and vigorously true to those traditions and to these Ideals Vigorous Eloquent Suoci ful Without a break within the las decade and with all the combinedd i forces of his great newspaper + scat tered in different sections or the republic he has been the vigorous elo quent and In most Instances the sac cessful champion of the rights of the many against the few He has fought I corruption he has opposed extrava fiance he has combated the greed of syndicates corporations and the selfish otII It is the force of this record which has had no change or variation tbatII I has endeared the editor of the I Democratic newspapers to the hearts and fixed him in the confidence of the i people of this country I I More than this the strength of theII Hearst movement is in the magnetic I and rallying force of definitene- sagainst uncertainty IIe cams to th front in a period of uncertainty de moralization and general Democratic depression While other leaders how ever loyal and however Interested were I dangling their plumes and holding their tongues In uncertainty and discourage ment the young and vital editor of seven Democratic newspapers struck boldly out ID behalf of the traditional j principles of his party Without ft note of hesitation or uncertainty he rallied the fainting spirits of a dls couraged Democracy and inspired the rank and file of his party with new faith and new hope in the ultimate trI- umph of principles which had found a Champion bold clear definite and cIa quentIt the old old story whenever a mass is demoralized the one clear and definite spirit in it finds the opportunity in seizing the reins of authority In the sublime mastery of his own purpose and of his own clearness and rallies the multitude about the one man who sees things clearly and dares to do them No Factional Candidate Mr Hearst has a definite strength In almost every state Jn the Union and I stronger than that of any Individual llcandidate suggested by any faction of the Democratic party and In most of the states of the Union stronger than the forces of nil other candidates cow binedIt no reflection on the merits capac ity or the service of these old and honored names in Democratic annals that this young and vital figure of Journal Ism and politics should have gone so fast and so far to the front They are i doubtless us true and as loyal and as capable as he but he has had the cour ago and the clearance of Initiative The clarion notes he has been sounding for the last six years logically and lii- Democratic evitably have rallied tho host around him Unless I am greatly mistaken and unless nil the political signs of the times ore at fault the early primaries of the spring will register a confidence in William Randolph Hearst as a na tional leader which will be an Inspiring augury of the Democratic success I in the November election ijI With the ranks of labor for him alp jj most as n unit with the conservative American people looking to him with conlldence and hope with the sound business Interests of the country com t pelled by his own record and his own immense vested Interests to respect him and with the magnificent adminis tration of his journalistic equipment t sustain and diffuse hit ideas William Randolph Hearst Is at this moment easily the most formidable candidate for the leadership of the Democratic party in the next national election We had to cut our Campton letter e I if 1 l YJrYJ FAMOUS GEORGIANS CHOICE Ulitorinn Thom IVntvon Name Eta MWltf rpt41r pUM Thomas Eo Watson tho historian who represented a Georgia district In congress but has retired to private life lu an open letter acts forth rca sons why It In public life ho would support Congressman William Randolph Hearst for the presidency Mr Watsons letter follows heartilynapprove und support the candidacy of Wllltau R Hearst because be has for many years been exerting all the poIor of his millions and his mental en orgies In favor of the prliilplcs of Jet ferooulan Democracy- I would support Mr Hearst because he Is a young lender Inspired by the old spirit of equal rights to all and ppcclal privileges to none because he favors the rights of the matt rather than the greed of the few because be does not represent sectionalism of any sort but stands for the common people of the entire republic 1 would support him because he Is young enough to cherish n generous enthusiasm of the public good at the saute time that he demonstrated n capacity to succeed Ihasthe most trying affairs of practical life I would support him because he wears no mans collar and because he Is not the craven tool of any ring syn dicate corporation trust or Interest- I would support him because he has brains enough to rcallxo what this pullI lie needs and pluck enough to do battII for his convictions A Democrat who knows what De mocracy Is and Is loyal enough to stand wouldtgive him the aid of my entire strength believing that 1 would thus lie doing the highest public service i In commenting on the above utter ance the Atlanta Sows says in the same issue The lIon Thomas E Watson Is no longer a politician No temptation of olllce no plea of the public has been sutllclcnt to draw him from his brilliant nail honorable re tirement to engage In the personal am bitions of politics He has made fame Ho has achieved fortune by his brains and his labor and he Is today by gen oral consent looked upon as without a 1InI ThomasII Watson la still the great tribune of the trustsothe er man And Tom Watson the philos opher the scholar In politics the patriot In retirement viewing all meas ures nod all men from the tranquillity of unselfishness and repose sends through the sews a message to the jtooplo of Georgia today which rings liko a bugle call It Is the voice of the real tribune of the people calling the people to their opportunity I Tom Watson letter Is the most nota ble and significant utterance which the presidential campaign has so tJrI evoked It IIs the highest possible vindication of the contention of the Sews that Hearst Is the man of tho people and the choice of the people It now remains to see that the people have their choice Six Million Approval Honest and fearless newspapers are the search lights of modern civilization They lay hare the hidden Insidious I and powerful influences that tend to destroy that equality of opportunity to mankind which bring content und jus tice to the homes of all the people Running n modern dally requires great ability Immense energy steadfast courage Running an Independent pa per In the Interest of all the people de mantis character of the highest quad ity The attributes of William Randolph Hearst find expression and effective and beneficial dissemination in his great journals published In New York Boston Chicago San Francisco and Los Angeles The fact that 0000000 people read the Hearst dallies Indicates that he Is expressing sentiments approved by a large portion of the American commonwealth Irnilucor Not In II- Tncontradlcted facts brought to I light In committee hearings In lOn gross during Inquiries concerning Ileg islation affecting labor and agricul tural Interests In till United States show that nearly nil American prod lets are sold cheaper In foreign countries than nt home Ry applying hued ness experience soil facts to this dls parity Representative William Rin dolph Hearst of New York hats forced certain trust managers to admit that they benefit by this system of produc tion under special tariff privileges yet they do not permit their workmen to slmro any proportion of the advantages The employers take all tho pros perity find as the New York states andoout of congress they give no concern to the laborer or farmer To SInkc Law EfTectlvc Among the Important bills before congress is ono restoring the Imprisonment clause to the Sherman antitrust QctThcElkloaanicDdjuenJLeJlBiliiat 1 I n Ing Imprisonment far violation of law which passed the congress left the net practically theI less so far is trust magnates are cerned House bill 115M Introdaoed by Representative William Randolph Henrst of Kw York restorw the Im prisonment ctauM VeeraaT- he latex compilation by the pen sion office estimates that the number of veterans of the civil war npw living Is B70000 Of these 370522 uro drawing tcnsloua FEMALE I WEAKNESSII 8tPORTLAND Odl1 superiortonosjjj and I know whereof I inert llUf I j fered for nine months wh ooppred I prostoted jI inr bide and side and I would hUll blinding headache Mr limb would well up and I would feol so weak I could not itand up I naturally tilt i Cardulbfo10Ddthecame a a Godsend to me 1 felt a change for tho better within s week After nineteen dayi treatment I menstruated without suffering the agonies usually did DOll soon became regular sod without pain Wine of CardnlI simply wonderful and 1 wish that all altering women knew of tU good qualities hr tTreasurer Portland Economic LoaruoI Periodical headaches tell of fe male weakness Winei of Canluii cures permanently nineteen out of every twenty cases of irregular menses bearing down pains or any female weakness If you fro discouraged std doctors bareIfailed that hUll best the world you should try Wine ofII Canlui now Remember headaches mean female thntIII Secure a 100 bottle of Wine of Canlui today WINE OF CRBUI1 I Way Is- Toilloffow Y j niy never b l Hue thoucht about wife little niFfu in you tltuiild die todayFor 10 cents aI you to yourdeath Hadnt better put it in something of I I than to waste It you j know waste as much the Mutual Life- Assurance Association WORCESTER MASS I Is tliiui a to in and if will writs to undersigned ho will take pleasure in telling about costs profits e c C B ROSE MT KY BOXER BREEZES a 0Leonard Taylor mado flying trip to Jackson Saturday truce Terrill of f lolly Creek jot ono of hlh legs broken hero laotwcek- Willin Lyons who got his leg mashed up with a awlog hairen takeu to Jackson for treatment G II ROM went to Stlllwatcr Sunday on business of course ho will have to go to see Ills best girl Stephen linn just received a check from the 0L K railroad compa fur 3500 for a cow which the train Iny some time ago tlkeIlorjSewell Leonard Taylor Hut other good men Bonn be Iin line April 18 PJIKSTO New Idea Magazine for May Prominent features of the May suns bet of the Niw IHEA WOMANS ZIXB lire adapted to that month How to Grow Pansies and The Cultivation of the Strawberry will appeal to those who are interested in gardening Bird Enemies in n protest against the whole ae destruction of the feathered war bier and present the subject in a way hat the vanity of woman When housecleaning Time is Here suggest ninny new idea for the wiv ing of the housewifes strength and in Fashions realm there is a whole gallery ofnew models that will attract the home dressmaker In tact the table of contents both tootles and satisfies j I u tn receiving n nicu lot of 1Ip1 todnto millinery of ovory doscrip lion Spring 11111 Siunmnr dross I igUllets niui trimmings j also Indio8I I drops skirts In fact everything in thnt lint nnd prices as low 181 you will find anywhere Call nnd inspoct MHH KMMA KENHV Grassy Crook Ky Era tus II rook H is confined to his home by sickness Resolutions of Respect I WHKRKAH On April I0904 the Cre ator in Ills wisdom did for a cause to us unknown callour Brother 8 Knight W C Campbell hence a whereas wo revere the manlinew Jpure character of our deceased brot therefore be It Resolved hat That this Hazel Gre7 Kentucky rent No 82 K 0 T dL ex tend to the bereaved family and friend of tho deceasedour heartfelt nympalbyJ and that the numbers of tills Tent weal the usual badge of mourning in respect to his memory for 80 days That we tender to Mr Sairtud V 1lI1 MIII our thanks fur the kind and stir cleat service rendered In accompanying the body of the dcccmd from Oklal Iioma to lrll Further that wo tender thank to the attending members of JncuofKy Tent No 74 for the Fraternal Lrl manifested in the of our dtceai brother llh That these resolutions be sprt on the minutes of this Tent mid a co under seal of the Tnnt be delivered the parents of the deceased W W QUICKSAU It1 McLiv i Commit JAdoptedI CAA Thoughtful Man lotknewneeJliDtninucli and liver trouble physlclt iiuld not help her He thought of a tried Dr Kings New Life PillIIl1dj gut reliefat once mid was finally curt Only We nt all druggist- aADMINISTRATORS NOTIC updereignettacting administrator of the estate of n Hanks licciitod nil persons having claims against the said rrtnte pro tlUcoIIIproperlyeons indebted IK mid estate are hereby notified to conn forward and settle same I said fhintp must be settled at once This April 18th 1004 JAMIM T HANKS Admr By J C IYKts8 Atty LOFPIVC BRIWLHES iLOPPING off branches retards the growth of hedge but if It U d it must be cut out by the roots The same applies to disease Dont simply cure symptoms get at the root ofthe disease itself then you need never fear of its appearing again to torment and distress When troubled with sour stomach indigestion or dypepsia get at the toot oj the iroublethe liver and by restoring that to perfect health and renewed activity relieve yourself of nil those symptoms The medicine that effectually accomplishes this is NUBIAN TEA It goes directly to the cause of the trouble and cures speedily and quickly lor all time All druggists sell itor we send it post paid 350 a package 5 packages ft Sample booklet free to any address Spencer Medicine Co if Chattanooga Tenn IAROUND1 Needing water only to produce the bout ink anywhere Point never breaks or needs vruirppiiini Will Inst for vrnrs saves its cost PRICES Plain 100 Classed 125 Chased find Gold Mounted 1 M New Ink making green blue violet or black copying or rod rulini lOc each by mull Jo extra NLAIRS NON LEAKABLE SooITIN PES3with years ink supply free S175 SOO 2fiO 8 00 Our pen vnlurn fro intrinsic not inflated Ink bottle abolished IJLAIRS FOUNTAIN lE CO Dept S81G8 Urondwav NEW YORK yon ever tune und CIIFC day can leave you benefit and you state better bunk invest you the you STERLING and James will MOA reproaches will Jnd Kentucky burial will the the the distressing PLANTERS anti u MORE Goons THAN MONEY And they must be sold to get more goods We have everything you want Shelves tables counters all full and dust be sold to make room for J fifI i DgWe have the best uptodate stock of GEN ERAL MERCHANDISE that ever struck Hazel Green which will be sold at prices to suit FOR CASH AND CASH ONLY I We will not credit So please do not uas ask it Give us a call and you will never regret it Respectfully c H F PIERATT COP S SAYARD PLEASE SETTLE THAT LITTLE ACCOUNT YOU PROMISED US WILL YOU II F p CO r 1