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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i 1EOt 1HE EL jREEN tlE 4rt bIlhedMar6h 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Content by Max ORll T pt 1 drI r is NINETEENTH YEARHAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 3 1004 NUMBER 81 Wi tfrflCK comr The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Par In the Kentucky Mountains 50 Cuts a YiartM WASH MILLER ClhlerWJ W POYNTER List Cashier iii 4 iii ALsWINCHESTER KY PAID UP CAPIlAIJlOOOOOOO1fifWo solicit your banking busi t ness and promise you prompt and careful service every attention and correctDIRECTORS mILLER WILLIE WILLS mPTOn rye J EI ISi HVE pB URSON260 pays for a 1gallon jug of 6yearoldII WE PAY EXPRESS CHARGES I 285 pays for a 1gallon jug of 8 Kearold PlUS tIlA1cGIa tJJ 300 pays for a Igallon jug of 9yearoldAND CHARGES 320 pays for a 1gallon in bottles 10yearoldAND EX1RESS CIIAIt1- 5We It ship all orders packed in a plain sealed box so no one canL tellI I what theo contain and pay all charges to your nearest express office It We guarantee absolute purity full measure safe delivery and en XID6 tire satisfaction in every way or YOUR MONEY BACK nhtRemit by Postoffice or Express Money Orderregistered letter draft check Make remittances to and address 10 thHAGAN DISTILLING CO 7 n dJf A nico etched glass and corkscrew true with overy order LEXINGTON KY dtP Our Guarantee 11 Goods That Please or Your Money Back always good the Lexington Ie City National Bank 1oulY JAMES B CECIL to Cecil Bros iis now receiving a n w stock of ISuccessorI t RaaIRErI aTA3LTand will carry n line of Fruits Vogotublos Ac In foot everything usually kept in a firstchis grocery stnrtrIi0 is also lroPlot rtf tho OJrvlLtG1D IIxwh0 e traveling will1 utrate in n huu101Ike Innllnor and in his ro 1L rIi1 1 rFI firuu e Jreivet11- o11nos6a1tentian1 I He nlso I a full lino ofij j 1 C to and will nnako to order tiny thing ill trut tin LIp robes dusters acs hold lit n closebuggy whips c will ho kept in stock anti oryllilng 1margin of profitIc a W R CRA WFORD CO If live Stock Commission Merchants s FOR THE SALE OF Cattle Hogs ft Sheep Cincinnati Union Stock Ytrds CINCINNATI Ccntwl Stock Yards ALSO LOUISVILLE KY Couxigntnent we have ar Eastern outlet for all dcslrable stock At hlghect prices fitted All corroipaidenec cheerfully anliercd C a i p ii ill ill T R PfjlttIP- m B J D SIinPSOf J 1 BU KWALCER- A 15 ifj A1 VE PA iul payable Is Ask 0 1lvANTEDTRUSTWORTHY LADY OP Gentleman to ninnRKe liuiinrnH In IhlM count and nod atljolnlng territory for houir OJ Mralaht j UIIII1jI Mutiatcr 005 Monon1 Inildlttg hirattn i I DR F C BAKES I SURGEONII Will answer allI calls and may lu frond nt lUttenhotue H inch Swiinj n Spring when not profpiHionally IIJ ng- edDyspepsia I Cure i Digests what you eatjj t This preparation contains all of tho dlcrstants and dIgests all kinds of fowl It gives instant relief and never falls to cure It allow yor to nt aL iyUUttoiuernostsentltlvo etoraachs Ofdbavu many thousands xeu j cured after ocJjthln also fulled It la uncquitlled for all towncl1 troubles It cant helpbut do you oocJ- Prepared onlrhr TChrlYr stotnuhhnco- ThofLlwttlot 7nt tlna Y tlmtpt6titl ltt Sold by all UrujgUU v wae J WARt JAPS AND RUSSIA Now Fiercely Fighting on Land and Sea LATEST FROM THE FAR EAST PKKIX Fob tSSinco Fob rnnry i8 four troop trniiiB Imvo loft Iao Ting Fu for northeastern frontior The force numbered 10 000 mun SiK Fob 28 Stonmorfl Indon cnpturotlbyors Thoy woro tho British etoatuor Kttrickdolt tho British Hteaniir 11rnnkbnnd tho Norwegian Btuiunor Matilda ST IKTKKHArito IFeb 28AdiBpiitoh from Lino Yang dated February 28 Hays Chinese on Yalu rivor report an advanco guard of ponotrnte1Karat 11 detachment of Japanese and tin Japanese lied leaving their horeofl which woro Hoizod by Cossacks ST PKTKIISIIUHO Fob 27 Vice roy AlexielV in u eupplomontary report to the Czar says tho Japa nese hud massed a big fleet of warships oil Port Arthur Thin move ill Ruppn 111 to bo preparatory to miulliui1 attack upon the Kussinn drouglidit Tho Viceroy says that tin + Jnpa HOBO hoot iia composed of 17 bnttle nhips and cruisers nod eight torpedo boat destroyers while thoro were 12 destrjyers with tho ilcot last Thursday lIe admits tho flout blocks Port Arthur It is re ported that the Russians sank two Japanese destroyers in tho battle oflubt1hursdayslay 2ifhe Japa nese in olHuial reports claim that the KiiHsiun torpodo destroyer which woe pursued into Pigeon Buy and shelled was destroyed Viceroy AlexiofT admits that she woe shelled hut done not admit j that silo woe destroyed rhill iis the fight that occurred while the Japanese fleet under Admiral Togo was bombarding Port Arthur and Dolny Four Japanese cruisers under Vico Admiral Kamimura pursued two Russian destroyers into Pigeon Bay anda terrific fight ensued One of the destroy Tuponosolillotion of tho land batteries Tho other was shelled and tho Japa nese Nay it was destroyed SNot FebI 27Fhe vicinity of Ping Vang or Anju will probably he the scone of tho first engage ment shortly A largo hotly of uu1111811reachal Vang Other detachments of Rus sian soldiers era at various places between Anju and the Yula river Tho force probably totaling 5000 Northernfrom Ping Yang to tho north have boon suddenly interrupted indi eating the presence of Hussion scoutst Do You Want Strength- If you wjiui to incniie your strength yea nnict odd to unit not take tram tho piy jortl In either word the food that yoii fill niu+ t be digested HMiniiluted jiiiiii iipirojtriiiUd by the nerves blood mid tiaMie before being expelled hum the inlrfrtincD Kodol DynpepMa Lure odds 1 In tin physical It given BtreiiKth to and build UI twig lh In the human jivr ciu IIt i i jiltUMiiiit to the tats and pbloinlito and tho only cotnbina tin of liigiMMiit that will digest tho i foodiitid ctfiiblp the Hyrtcm to npprnpri iitfMillof it givingSoldqualities I druggistsjj rho Kentucky School for the 1e nf nt Danville jis mincing anji exhibit fur tho St Louis Elttun tfCCt CO f pU9iII j 1 p Cheap Good Keadii Our literary friends who have boon in the habit of paying from 100 to 150 for a novel are reminded that they can save from 75 ooii ia to 100 and pet more reading by subscribing to Pennsyl vania Grit Every month orlixV- OOS it publishes a flret olaaeii novel complete John Burtir ono of thn finest piocos of fiction that has reached our table in quito a while was recently published in tho Grit Companion a supplement priortoWest was completed in n few weeks Besides those firstclass novels you got 8 to 12 pages of generalI information nnd tho cost IH only 5c per copy Just now Hester Blair u novel which would cost in cloth binding 125 is running and again aside from all those things you got a handsomo art supplement about once n mouth Address Grit Williams port Ia for sample copy More Riots DisturlmnccHof strikers nro not nearly IIH grave im mi indlvidiini disorder of tho systeal Overwork low of sleep nervous tentlon will bo followed by utter col IB PHI unions a ruliiiblo remedy in Imme diately employed Theres nothing BO rlliuicnt to euro ditiordcrHof tine Liver or KidneyH itn Electric DlttorH Its n won derful tonic mi clfictlvo nervine und the grentest till around medicine for run down HyMcinc It dispels NcrvoiiHncsc expuladlulnrlrlion guaranteed by nil druggists HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY SundaySchool Institute Conduc tors Robt M Hopkins and Rev Qebaner March 1517 PROGRAM March 16th 730 p m Devotional Servlcca Childrens liepklnsAddress i March 10th 1000 u in I1opkhlsiI I 730 p nn1evutlunalrvlcee address Two Supremo Needs 44 March 17thiiii IOK n 1IIWlmL Our Students Are Doing 104 A 1IIIddrcHIt Oebaucr t I a fhlusIIIIlopkina78bHopkinsAddrroH This SundaySchool Institute is 1 primarily for the students of Hazel1 Green Academy Everybody iIB cordially invited to attend each Husaion All church anti Sunday school workres are urged to attend All preachorH ofnIl churches should attend all tjio cessions SundaySchuolChurch in Kontucky Mr Gobauer KentuckyStatei l Mr huN who was with us Ilast full semis him in behalf of the associa tion work He iis a Motjiodiat I preacher of the front rank i This institute work will mako n now feature of SundaySchool work in Eastern Kentucky and itt a result of n recommendation made lly tho Woo County Sunk daySchool Convention hold in Hazel Green last fall It hae tho hearty approval of tho K S S AHHocintion through Mr Fox tho State Secretary Lot tho pupils of H G A and the citizens of Hazel L Green mako it a success WM II COHD Tho Namo Witch Hazel The uiimu Witch Htizol JU much t abused E01uWitt h On Chicago oily1SitehCute Burn Hrujgcn Eczema Tetter IilpH etc There are many cuuntcrfclta of ihUnnlvc aomoof which aro danger buyI ti I namftg I IIbox mill n euro Is certain For tale byA all druggists Mir BrtJin Jorios a pupil oft Academy ia abBent roJ ealoolI on account of the grip trY Y Ii r w LL THE HERALD SPKIOElGOOPEl Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY March 0 1001 Oar Candidate for President WM RANDOLPH HEARST 1 OF NEW YORK INCIDENTALLY wo hoar it rumor on that uU1iA that and tothr will bo a candidate to succeed linn Frank A HopkinH from this district in Congress Notwithstand t iug tho trustH this iH stilln free country and Ovary man who wants to do BO can run for any oflico in the gift of tho pooplo But just now wo rise to romark that tho Democrat who thinks ho can dc- L1i font Frank Hopkins fer a sooond term ia matoriully mixed in hie mind Ho bin duuo too much for thodintrict 11 this hit ftrtit torn to bo turned ilwn yt Tn1 oeu i gentluml1 who hnv till bu Imz Ct zing in tho r bonnets will do woll to abido in pationco for tho period of ono non turns at Tenet IIt is so very refreshing to havo n man there who iin attending to business after being misrepresented i long r that tho pooplo aro unwilling toI emIdorsinThose few remarks aro made not an n throat at nil but simply an a warning because any man who undertakes to dofoat Frank Hopkins at this Btago of tho game will find it altogether a toeing ono Ho willnot only havo tho mortifica f tion of going down in dofoat but ho will find his hank roll considerably reduced aa woll So we ad s V9U JlH Aspirants ta lay low for rot a little while Some of those gentlemen could and would per haps reproBont us just as woll an Mr Hopkins but as jot thoy are I Iuntriod and tho people fooling thnt thoy have a good thing in tho 4 present incumbout aro loth to lot him go Just bo seated gontlo mon and wait until you aro called TUB HKIIALD will thon hollor for you Tho Kidneys and tho Skin1 If the klilnojH nro weak or torpid the sklr will h1 pimply or blotchy Hoods Snrxnim I rllln ptrunirtlicn nod ntlimiUto + tho kldnry + 1 1ntldclcnrs tho completion Hy thoroughly purifying tho blood It tnakt a cool henltb lion 0 B JlnL exSocrotary t Auditorsta position of dologntvatlargo from tho Tent Congressional District to tho Democratic National Convention at St Louis and wo know i of no man who is more qualittoll to fill tho position or moro deserv l ing tho honor Thorois no monoy e in it to him Indeed it is tho other way but ho is ambitious to servo tho Democrats of this dis t trict in that way and wo ondorso him for tho place In all cam paigns in tho past several years Brock Hill has volunteered to stump tho district and on those occasions ho hits done valiant ser vice for the party Tho position to which ho aspires now is ono for which ho is ominontly qualified nnd well equipped With his store of anecdotes ho will keep nil tho delegates in tho hunt of spirits and will prove a social favorite with strangers aa woll Dologatoat large as wo understand tho torm is a kind of free lance as it were and Brook is just tho boy to hold down the job and wo hope ho will be opposition LegPsuffered for six months withrlgbtfuf tbattDucklens itInPile its the beat aalvo in the world Soldby u UNDER tho heading of announce ments appears tho namo of 0 B Allen of Leo City who aspires to L tho office of Assessor of Wolfe county and asks tho nomination at tho hands of the Democratic party in which political family ho has boon roared Caleb Allen has dono as much for tho succors of tho Democratic party as any man who affiliates with itnnd wo bo liovo this ia tho first timo ho line over asked tho party for anything at their hands However that play bo ho is qualified for tho ofiice sober and industrious and if nom jmated and elected will mnke tho county a careful and painstaking official 1Vatorually ho is u Mason in good standing nod will have n largo following of friends to es pouse his cause in any wily tho party chooses to soloct its candi dates Asking and believing that all Democrats will carefully con teider tho claims of Bro Allen wo consign him to their keeping until tho convention nod will do our part by him Colds Cause Pneumonia One of tutu moil remarkable ca ea of n el1l1illj1IIUlllllllilli I Fiiiaor Marion led who was entirely UeJUgheeHtI straining M ttiikeuetltau that I Iinn I pouudyIuntil I iiHtl Ono Minute Cough Cure lFour bottles of this voiiiiurfnl remedy trrllgthclIIIIII strengthSoldI Letter From Lykins LVKIXH Kv Fob is 1904 John ThompsjnSnporintond ant of the Hightofway for the Standard Oil pipo lino was in our little town today and made pay ments in full for damages otcj Ho is n nico gentleman and wo wish him success in all his works Mrs Mary Iatton of Itousauau Ky is hero on business Wo aro always glad to soo her and welcome her in our homes T IL Sturdivent of Lino Fork Lotchcr county Ivy is horn on businoss also looking after a loca lion with tho view of making this his future homo Wo hope ho will ho successful as ho iis n buainess man and would add to our list a name that ttho county would be proud of lion J C Patrick made a huai ness trip to Cannel City this week Tho Wluto Oak Canndl Coal Co of this place has suspended busi hopothojad it will bo a great help to tho working class people of this sec tionTho pooplo of this section noom huetuessIYuto go tip and that tho pooplo of this suction will realize what thoro is in thorn Working Overtime i l thmet1rellIINewLife1 I lliIieusnesandall Stomach Liver and Dowel1 sureOnlySam henry Hursts wifof grippoSnlurduy1 horDr Taulbeo of Jackson and Dr MotTott of Lexington DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache KldneYICUREBladder Dont become discouraged There ii a 1onnerliei CMcatu yours All COnsultations Free Tour ICtdnoy and Dackacbo Cure has euroa two very bAd cases among our custom man the past year whom tho doctors had given up J L STILL CO Woodland DiueeUU BOc tl Ask for Cook BooUFrfl ST fd uFenner FrcdonlsNy- For sale by H F Pieratt t 1 LEE CITY LOCALS I John Stricklands wifo is very ill with measles Cny ROBO is very much on the complaining list II M Elam is clerking in the saloon nt this place Mrs Kulcywife of George Kolcy is very ill with measles Mrs Dunn is seine hotter at this writing but is still very sick We are having n nice subscription school here Miss Greco is the teacher W T Khun who got his leg brokon recently is much improved at this writing Joseph Stamjor is preparing to move back to Leo county where ho formerly resided Delia Clair wife of John Clair who Las boon quit sick recently jis Mimdily improving Willio Hobbs son of 15 P Ilobbs iis very sick but at present Ithe troll ltlu iis unknown We hada visitori from Sane j Iotla thogrfat whisky doalor at Vinchikr this week JamesI Hanoys wifo died last tweak and her remains wore taken to Morgan county for burin J11101481 is teaching a singing school here and lusts several scholars and a very Dice school 1C lias Shockoy hold court here this weekand If F Anderson got judgment against old man Bowors for 8000- It A Dunn Town Marshal arrested Ed Nicklos last Sunday on a forfeit bond n nIl put hint in tho lockup He ban got a jug on the fitcots to pay his fine I Public Sale of Town Lots I On Saturday March 5th U0 I orIland may bo at tho same time oller a house and lot Sale at 10 n m Terms mado known on day of sale Joni M RosE J H PIIMATT Auctioneerij I Kentucky Authors Asked to Send Copies of Books to the Worlds j i FairScores bothIalluring and notI a few have mot deserved success Thw Kentucky Worlds Fair Com mission wants to mnln complete collection for tho library of tho Kentucky Building at the St Louis Exposition of books written by Kontuckians since tho date of Statehoods beginning Author or owners of Kentucky written books are invited to send them IiughesSecretary Commission Louisville at tho earliest possiblo momont Tho commission Ihopes to snake tho collection very comploto Books furnished will ho returned to tho owners at tho close of tho exposi tion John IL Hoso is fitt II up as snug as a bug in a rug al his now shop adjoining tho public school lot ami is having a sign painted to his nuiybeRoses Shop which will bo as sig nificant as could boo The wife of Campbell Razor criticallyillon Sunday night and on Saturday boysdiedwith other diseases Four children have died within tho past six months Benefit Entertainment March 15 Everybody should attend the entertainment at Pearro Hall on Friday night March 15 The finest display of moving pictures over givon in Hazel Green will bo exhibited Tho finest storeopticon outfit ever soon in Hazel Green will bo used The boat storoopti con manipulator over in Hazel Green will dolivor tho lecture Tho proceeds will bo used for tho H G A Students Cottage Fund Itwill be a benefit entertainment Dont fail to attend You will regret it always if you aro not there Adinissio 10 and 15 cents War H CORD Died on the 20th inst near Boxer Mm Mary Turner She has a large number of relatives in both Broathitt dud Wolfe county John II Roso is having a now sign paintod for his blacksmith shop nnd when completed will bo a vory handsome design The work jis being dono by Sam Wilean tho ipainter u Mrs Anpolino James today cole brates the 00th anniversary of her birth Mrs Joso Swango Mrs Taylor Whaloy and Miss Mary K 11 on Trimble her sister aiftodj by her children will give her a surprise dinner to which a few special friends have boon invited Misuos Nnnnie Hnso and Murv Pioratt have the thanks of the editori and his better sevouoigh this for candy initials of our names i SC which were dnno in lamas eoa candy and decorated with hard J candy drops imparting n delicate flavor to tthe sweetness Doc Hicks ttraveling evangelist for the Kr uchbunj Agitator passed through horn Monday last on route to Lee City nnd West Liberty and told us tho Agitator was in tdm swim He paid us a visit ami loft some ill ilwidetin for which ho humus our thanks Not a Moment to Lose Tho Kentucky Worlds Fair Commission is I being urged by tin exposition tifiioiald to forward ex hibits tto St Louis without delay Freight congestion is threatened Thirty thousand ears full of exhibits aro oxpoctod to reach the World Fair City in the next five weeks Tho lKentucky Commission is leaving no stone unturned to have every Kentucky display ready on tune April 301o do this it must have nil exhibits at tho exposition grounds AprilI Counting delays that aro unavoid able during n freight congestion this means that shipments in car load lots should leave Louisville not later than March 15 Exhibitors are urged to rush their sam nluckyWorldsville H G A NOTES lour of tho students have ro contlyI become Christians Archio Copo is again in school but wo cannot toll how long ho will continuo Mrs C X Bowling of Tnckj son returned Monday to her work in tho Commercial Department JlonInyFebruary yor of I Eol and Floyd Oakloy of Vullingloni The Y P S C E elected ofli cera on last Saturday IL 1 Curd is President nod Miss Mary Kil goro iis Secretary Other matriculates aro coming suoii MissI Nannio Hays of Ma lono has written she will enroll shortly And still there are others Miss Emu King of Lexington tho nely teacher line fitted admirably i into the work of the school and all predict for her a decided success She is master of her work All students who have gradua ted in tho Commercial D pnrtl mont of II GA and who would accept positions have fine ones VirginiaCraft i i i Atkinson Knsli and many others of Kentucky Tho Washingtons Birthday So cial given by tho C W B 11 Auxiliary of hazel Green was a decided success Many have asked those in charge to repent tho IISociulIud Refreshment features often The members of the Auxiliary want to thank tho young women and men who worked so faithfully to make tho whole a success They also thank all who patronized them- Kentucky was tho first State outside the Louisiana Purchase Territory group to dedicate its building ntHho Worlds Fair Plans nro on foot to hold tho KentuckyStntoWorlds Fair tho latter part of May and the first part of June so all the soldiers will be on hand fpr Kentucky Day ceremonies Thursday Juno 2 4IThousands Hare Kidney Vroift and Dont Know it Dow To Find Oat Jwater j emu 1 r sediment i tllng Indkafa PrtlonrtdneysOflyourevidence of kid 101 Ppsltlrfrequentt plasIt or tTpaJ b Ftt convIncing proof that the kidneys and blip derareoutof order What to Do knowledgeoften n Swam Root the great kidney remedy fulfills evJ rtewish In rInbackof the every PutCIH badtopasslsL Thtwineunpleastajnecesslty blfe IIIIdurIngpotduringrealize effect of SwnmpRoot Is soppberoIt stands the highest for Its wt tie lit derful cures of the camiftliFbestslat You may have a sample bottle of Welount foVand tered rN I nbJut j TIabsolutely swamImea I it tlon reading this generous offer In thlsptpatbC I Dont make any mistake bt TItheI SwampRoot and the address Bin h ntoi broke N Y on every bOllleloto Re BT rD fromltlHItIlane IlKIlMWHNTISd Till NEWBERRYCLAY SHOE COii or tl lirVTIXGTON w VA a sir Solicits flu pntrnntiire of mountain mtt CI- Ihlllll mill giiimiiitevs yntlsfnrtioii sett friel TRHFALL194T0 iiiTREES BY THE MILlfONsseaN tGRAPEI I t SMALLI Fnrlr 01ViIU1UHAKIJASlAHAOUS has fell And everything for root ORCHARD LAWN vsn GARDEN 1CNPlanter Catalogue on application to tow H herItothMEAT MALTAll v III THE IDEAL TONIC AND RECONITRUCTIYIab Theres LIfe and Strength In Every DrsK A scientific combination of the sentbtSaconstituents of PRIME BEEF PURE OLD MALTnJULoulavl1leMEAT MALT CO Louisville Kr GentltmenHivlne examined your Meat nd Mfitrrepantlon and bemR Ihorom hly acqualnltu1 its composition and mode or i cat state nut it Is an rfficient nerve and blood ptearches the appetate and Invlonu dieestio- i ateiptcUlly btnefiirfil In nervous IrOllrll 01 a aildfiaie allendeawiUidebmtr v011trutl- I D KASTENntNE M Pi Loutrrllle College of PrmacftCMEAT MALT 008 LouWrll1 bPit R IPANS Tnbulos Doctors find A Good prescriptionbFor mankind n Tho 5cent packet in enough lor usual 0 tl ttnlnsthemnREDUCED RATES THE GRoAT SOUTHWESTII On the first and third Tuendayi ofreach Mouth special homescekers sad c colonist rates are effective from St LoonFand Kansas City to points in MIMour1 Arkansas Oklahoman Indian Terrttoflland Texas via the FRISCO fiYSTCM For roundtrip tickets the rate fIs 0It i fare plus two dollars j and for single inf tickets onehalf faro plus two dollar y N1f1Og i 1 EczemaK oozes 1 uith e peoplO call 1t tettor milk crost or hoe jallerlnltlItr1teQ t from It Is sometimes In It toicuai 11 COt4 elproccetls from humors Inherited or as the l I atIIe beenaoleaC- ftaf- ol Ie Foods Sarsaparllla rnlttcnllIdI 1 I Rltbout nil equal1- area M t b drJptions uaobeetraaanla 1rtcotceatt tndbnUre Icdgo m E HERALDSWt orfolIscVe7 = i In rUnclo Billy KllSh still continues lry l badPI little sou of Curt Lucy and- o c fife near tOWI1 has the measles o IIII Y lIeI George Kwfngcolorod of Days e1q boro has measles and thoro is lit ita tv soc tlo hope for hint CUea l charming1o1abaj bred II G A here l KIDNEYS nee strengthened DPooiandI tuned lby IHoods Snrsnparilhi all their niliiients pains in tprptthe loins mid THE BACKACHE nem wasalmuyunloqbrokeu into TuosdayI I nightI 1 noduI lot of candy d stolon I IaIivof Mrt Quint Daniol Ies7from Wstt Liberty visited her the latter pnrt of lust week tot tho wifo ofJiob Prife 10HornCnskiy fork on Friday last a girl Dr Nickoll ollicjiating n met Charley Hose wont to Jackson Saturday to visit relatives and friends returning Tuesday PIS Judge Jainoa Hargis of Jackson and somi of his friends will visit fONSwango Spring this weekor next Nelson Trim bio of Mt Stoning L made a flying trip to this place tho lattor part of last week Ono day last week J T Jones fell and sprained his ankle and GUs has sinco been confined to his room 1EN nI the Aunt Dulciim 1iyratt of May to town has Inn vary ill for n few INS days and horugo militates against herY To Cure a Cold in One Day tT QuininelnhletsAll to cure E W GravesJ signature is on tach box jc uppointoltowntho discharge of his dutios Wed nesday morning Mrs James H Cecil is and hUB been sick for the past throo or four days nut Mr Cecil hits had an at tackof grip Aunt Betty Pioratt whoso ill tress has boon reportod herotoforo iis much improved and able to bo about tho house rtp yea lIon W 0 Mizo camo homo Saturday mind isvory proud of his instrumentality in defeating tho judicial rodistricting bill a Clay Nickoll who has had in flammatory rheumatism for tho1 Jl past six weeks is still tumble to attendschool 1Jimuio James who was taken JIto Louiuuillo by Dr Hakes for ex pert troatmont of his throat seems to bo improving slowly ofblack an1Nrli the colored people of that com munity I appointedterm of Circuit Court and is now d itdoesk ofl nal duties he can fill the place 1 andthoas CASTORIA ChUdrenn r Ve of uuNS 1 1 s t ask See the J1 Wad of Vaughn hJl Davis Mt Sterling in this iasue anyTrotem a call I I belonging totheateIlalft bo beaten HappyotToIdron I Any child cnn tnko Little Early Risers with perfect safety Thoy uro hnrmlcai never gripe or sicken IHl roLllst they uro constitutionsnevernlIppollltcd performItiserspreferthem every one bili0us11CSS WhitoOnkpast two weoks lr Nickoll says who will soon bo able to attend school Married at the residence of tho brides parents Andy It Caldwi11 and wife Lnrkin Sparks to Miss llettio Caldwell and the happy couple are preparing for house keeping After building up a good trade I COIIIIIIUIIJwith Martin it Wool folk wholesale grocers of Lexington and will rt p Useltt them in six counties of tiny territory Tragedy Averted lust iii lilt nickof time our little boy WitH laved write Mr V Walking ut Pleasant Pity Ohio IIIllImllllll heal played sad havoc with him and a Urrible coughtet in beMiles Doctor treated him but ho guts wurM uverj dny At length we tried Dr Kings New Discov cry for Consumption and our darling was saved Me snow sound and well Everybody ought to know its tho only sure cure fur Coughs Cold ItlltlMil Lung dUuiues iiiurauteed iby all druggihtx Trite J Ue and zl1 IW Trial bottle freao Evangelist Huu IfigsLall hearing of the illness of his old friend Aunt Betty Iieralt aunt down from Fro Inn Creek whore ho jie now located the latter part of lust week to see her Ho also visitedi Jim Wheatloy of the Cox Mill neighborhood nod returned to his charge For a long time ho wan stationed at Athol but recently WIlt ordered to Frozen I reek lieJ I I promises nw that In H hit FU far away to visit us occasionally I prOVerbS II When the butter wont come put a penny in the churn is an old time dairy proverb It often seems to work though no one has ever told why When mothers are worried because the children do not gain strength and flesh we Scotts Emul say give them sionIt is like the penny in the milk because it works and because there is something astonishing about it Scotts Emulsion is simply a milk of pure cod liver oil with some hypophosphitcs especially prepared for delicate stomachsChildren take to it naturally because they like the taste and the remedy takes just as naturally to the children be cause it is so perfectly adapted to their wants For all weak and pale and thin children Scotts Emulsion is the most satisfactory treatment fnll 1the1 sample teIt Pe tort that the plttnrt la the form of a label Is on the ofbottlewrapper of ever EmuUion you troy SCOTT BOWNe Chemists 409 Pearl St N V 3jctndfJoo UdrenW II V d roK JAILKR PERDUE We are authorised to nn nounco G W PERDUE oJaileraction of the Democratic party ASatvsnnALLENI J to nn LeoOitjest to the action of the Democratic party Fon SIIKUIFK DAYw0 nfo authorized to announce candidatefairthe action of the Doinocratic party H ItMllHT A HAY aiiilliliit lor slirrliriif VnHn Coinitr KiMitucliV Iliivfrsity at Lox itigtin I hroughIts prt stilt 1t Kov Hurris A Jinlciiis H planning a most coinproliMiisivo Mliioutinnnl IxIiiMt for tho Worlds Iuir ModoLs of tho collu o liuildin a are to IKJ sliown iiicliiding Iran yylvaiiiii UK foundation of thee1 gfromI I Bargains in Typewriters Six new typewriters allI Istand and and ditlorent limit kts for stile Will still very luwIlot at n sacrifice but very near it Write toI time or call at my office Tl M t MouitnvI Ill tJlislwr Hustlur Jackson ly- On P p last Saturday afternoon Misses Lily hose Nan nie Sample j Sumo Illair Annie Hilton and Homo Anderson young IudfltU donts of II U A hero nut about nix t1 the linndHoniebt young ladies to bo found in Eastern IKontncky vinited1 the country home of MISH Kiln Cecil of near town and after I a must enjoyablo timo spent re turned Sunday afternoon none tho worse for thoir vory pleasant visit 1 I ClayCecilI STRAY SHOTSI0 Mrs 1 Will Miller of Paris Ills is spending tho wintor in Florida IIII II II i Mrs Kvolyn Ollair will leave shortly to visit hor daughtor Mrs W I I Trimble in Now York City II That was n cheerful reporter for Tilt JltJtAIr that said ho had a real nice time at n funeral service on I ncy croo- klhomnsCriutblo II II who linn a po sition in tho Union Stock Yards at Chicago was visiting friends in Edgar uounty Ills recently Is the Laborer Worthy His Hire To TUB Democrats of this Sena tonal District greeting I am a candidate for tho ofltco of Senator from this district subject to tho action of tho Democratic party and ask nil Democrats to weigh well my claims For nearly 20 yours I havo boon a citizen and n voter at Hazel Groan and by ron son of my position J bolieve I can safely say I havo done as much if not more for tho success of tho party than any man In tho time I havo never scratched a ticket and all in all I feel that I am not asking above my duos Then hav ing become a mountain man I havo on all occasions takon prido in silencing slanders about moun tain people and in this I know I deserve the gratitude of n much maligned people Hoping you ap preciate my past services sufficient to morn your continued confi deuce and praying your support yourBi R toI lIt tj tl hi AsTothk For Infants and Children J The Kind You Have M1Always Bought I AYcgctablc PrepnralionforAs similalhtg Ihefoodandllcgttlal- fn thcSlotlutrhsalti iI3o1Llsof Bears the i r SlgnacureyPromolcs Djs stionChLCrful ness and ReslContains neither hOTTLVCOTICt II t 1awedlxrlrswczzmrrtzR J p- ItnyEo seA dfrfevwi a- rEa tc w srrIIJJIi iyr rrM I n INv1drJII t Apcrfccll1emecl forConsUp1SB Ilun Sour SlomAchOinrrnocn r rncssFacsimile Signature of NEW Thirty Year- sCASTORIA t I EXACT copy or WRAPPERii THC CINTAUN OMPtNV NEW VOUH CITY MORE1 1 GOODS- THAN I MONEY f And they must be sold to get more goods We have everything you want Shelves tables counters all full and must be sold to make room for fJI I We have the best uptodate stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE that ever struck Hazel I I Green which will be sold at prices to suit FOR CASH AND CASH ONLYtI t ll rWe will not credit So please do not 1 ask it Give us a call and you will never regret it Respectfully c H F PIERATT COP S SAY PAIID PLEASE SETTLI5 III AT LITTLE ACCOUNT YOU PROMISED U8 WILL YOU JI F 1 fe CO hat0 QouifIf S7UIE AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL Stnto College College of I1I I i 51 J Kentucky offers tho following courses of study viz Agricultural Horll lf= cultural Chemical Biological Mathematical Physical Normal School i1 Engineering studyisprofessors and Instructor COUNTY APPOINTEES receive tuition room rent in dormitories fuel and i expensesTho comprehensive and modern The legislature appropriated 60000 for n College home for young women I and 30000 for drill hall and gymnasium for men The latter is completed and in use the former will bo ready for occupancy In October t CongressGraduatesand liberal remuneration Tho demand is largely in excess of tho ability of the College to supply Last year the matriculation list was 604 1 ummer Schools are provided for Pedagogy Engineering and Instruction iism ScienceSpecialists with tho necessary number of assistant have charge of each de t partmcnt of Natural Science Tho Statu College of Kentucky though bearing hitherto the tlllo of COLLXOK is the only institution in the Commonwealth doing In any proper reuse Univer tlcity work Tho completion of tug College Homo for young women will provide facilities for good lonrd and lodging It Is equipped with all modern convenIences includ lop bath rooms and room for physical culture It will be heated by steam and lighted by electricity An opportunity Is afforded to them of A thorough education in Classics Mod 111ern Languages Literature Science Mathematics Logic Metaphysics History and Political Economy No other Institution in the State offers advantages for the f education of women at ell comparable to tboso offered by tho State College of KentuckyFor catalogue method of obtaining appointments Information regrrdler courses of study and ural of admission apply toWJAMES K PATTERSON Ph DLI D Or to D C FRAZEE Iualnss Agtnt LxtntonraKy MsMMM Vail Term Iln Sptcmlicr 7th 1H3rrM Mk II 0 J 4 e wr t t its a aBtII t rra a Because this greatM me uisms rettere atoeifch paiMfrert the eeattipaUd beweli aad intigor alMthe tbrpii liver atod Veak c S No DOCTOR It Beoenarr in the home where Tkedfords Black nraught it k kept Families living Ithecountry miles from any nhyil htJtbfortheir only docipr Thedfords Black Draught curvs bllloui andfevtfbalimentbeQUJf it liver and kidneys so nearly con trol the he- althTHEDFD3 BLAI DRADGHT- JJ i iMAYTOWN MISSILES 0t Born to tho wifo of Shilo Sirango n boy Born to tho wife of E M Pie ratt a 10 pound boy n Lnwnis nil smiles r CinIoinuntiI spring stock of spring goods ro turned Saturday and reports n de i tripi and others who i rUHhingUiom+ the inspector Eugene Slaughter t of Farmers Kwho buys ties on t U thu waters of Licking river i There was n couple of young 1i2men soon in Ezol Sunday who live on Greasy reeling and cursing as if + t they had Wean drinking It would i bo advisable for young ladies to shun tho company of such young men James Ingram of this place who rented Bud Groers farm at JoYor souvillo Montgomery county lost fall and went thero to keep the ilretocknlon from the mountains of lii Kentucky line canceled tho deal with Mr Groor and moved back to his farm near town I Lost Sunday at tho residence of Littleii i was to Miss Minnie Ken drio The groom is a son of Rob ert Little and a prosperous young dnughtor T t timablo young woman Wo wish them a long and prosperous life ft Mrs Belle Swango died at her- r hotnn near Cliftof heart trouble last Thursday The remains wero interred in tho Swango graveyard Deceased was 44 yoars oldan1 a member of tho Presbyterian I excellentIgretted She was tho wife of Stephen Swango to whom all tots sympathyMarchNyE 1 now have my sample books for wall paper for 1001 Como and make your own selection ifi you wish prices to suit Nicest patterns over printed rshnll make my first order so as to ru coivo it by March 25th J T GKVEDOV Hazel Green Ky BOXER BREEZES r queryhou100 Captain Hurst of Cauipton was hero last week on business F G B Rosn of this place wont to Stillwater Sunday to see his best girl ti One Mr Johnson of the Fro tidIt zen Creek Lumber Company wa b ii lobkin gAfter thainterne t the company Ted on1he 20th inittthe in fant child of Henry Trent and wife Mrs Nancy Trent died ou tho lamb day Both died oi moailee Feb 20 PBE- RT0ooIJJiiqrs Sale Wolfe Circiit Court Kentucky 0 YY II Murphy Admr of D II Linden Plaintiff vs Maud Linden etc Defendant By a virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Wolfe Circuit Court ten dered at ita January term 19H in the above cause for the sum of 441675 with interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from date of iwlo until paid and X240 costa herein I shall proceed to utter for sale at the Court House door in Campion to the highest bidder at pub lie auction on Monday the 7th lay of March 1901 nt 1 oclock r M or there about being Count Court day upon n credit of tUX months the following described property towit One fuurth interest in the following tract of land in vNolfc County 1onCiilmoro creek nnd bounded MS follows Beginning on a stake on the south bank of Ullmore creek in tho line of B B Little thence Sit WI52 pole to n stake on top of the Jpoint N 5311 21 poles to a Mack oak X 3211 IU poles ton stake S 51 W 12 poles to n chcjtnu i S GS W 8 poles ton stale S70 W IS poles to n gum S 53116 poles to n take S 10 W rt poles to a maple S ti81V 33 poles to a chestnut oak N SO W 1G poles to a white oak S 82 W H poles to n stake S 42 W 1I poles to n v um and black oak to the line of lots No 3i and with said line S 45112 poles to a chestnut S 22 B 32 polestof nut oak in the line of GtMirgo Little and leaving the line of lot Xo 3 W 52 B 31I poles to a chestnut oak W 53 E Jl a dogwood N 89 IB 11 poles to a hickory B IU poles toa chestnut onk N 84 B 13 poles to n gum N Ii55 B 16i poles to n chestnut oak S t4110 poles to a spotted oak N 78 E 15 poles to a andbeechcreek 4 thence with thn creek N 8 poles to n saxafras N 53114poles to n stake N 38 W 8 poles to a mulberry N 40 E 20 poles to a cherry N 32 W 22 polls to a stake N 15 W 13 to a stfkej N 30 W 14 poles to take South 24 West 10 poles ton sycamore Southeast 528 poles to n walnut South 55 West 1G poles to the beginning Containing 13S acres more or Ices Also one undivided onefourth part of the following tract on Gil more creek the whole bounded as- follows Beginning at two chestnuts on GeorgeLittle8 IS poles to a chestnut oak S 42 W H to a cliff S 61 W 31 poles to a black oak S 2W 2G poles to a chestnut and Bourwood S 75 W 2S poles to two black oaks N M W 10 poles to a chestnut oak N 80 B 9 poles to a maple ts 18 W 7 poles to a chestnut oak S 38 W 18 poles to a stake S 41 W 10 poles to atake S 41 W 10 poles to a stake N 31 W 20 poles to a stake 8 61 W 20 poles to a gum S 68 W 11 poles to n dogwood 8 7t W 18 poles to n white oak J P Hoses line N 80 W 15 poles to two hickories N 16 W 27 poles to a chestnut oak S 27 W 6 poles to two buckeyes X lip B 14 poles to a chestnut oak N 91 E 20 poles to a hickory N 3 W 23 poles to a white oak near the path N 36 W 23 poles to a chestnut oak W 25 poles to a chestnut oak N 61 B 3G poles to a hickory 8 W 117 poles to a chestnut oak S88 E 12 poles to a chestnut oak S 88 B 12 poles to a chestnut oak S 80 B 22 poles to a chestnut oak N 65115 poles to a chest nut oak N 40 E 17 poles to A gum and black oak to the dower line S 45 B 12 poles to n chestnut S 22 B 32 poles to an apple tree S 32 E 43 poles to it dog SO E 20 poles to n chestnut 8i 13112 poles to tho beginning containing 152 acres more or less- Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money t o ordered to IKJ made purcluaserwithoxxuto bond bearing legal interest from lllof sale until paid mill hnvirg the force nnd eflVct of n judgment Bidders will bo prepared to comply promptly with these terms 0 0 KULKS Commissioner By I It HOUON Deputy Cu- mrComisoflersi Sale o Wolfo Circuit Court Kentucky 0 0 L Terrell Plaintiff vs- Frank Morgan Defendant By virtue of A judgment nnd order of sale of the Wolfo Circuit Court rendered nt it Jnnunry term 1104 in the above cause for the sum of 10000 with in tereAt at tho rate of six per cent per JnflunryW031 shall precoed to utter for sale at till Court house door in Campion to tho highest bidder nt public auction on beingCtlunty Monday the 7tlrday of Match 1004 j three months tho following described Three towit of oxen and one red and white pied known as the J R Terrell cattle four roan or speckled oxen and being the same cattle owned by said Morgan at the time ol the purchase Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money BO ordered to bo made For the purchase price the purchaser with npprored surety or securities must execute bond bearing legal interest from the dayof wile until paid nod having the force mind enact of a judgment Hid dUll still bo prepared to comply with these term 0 C FULKS CommiMoior By I 11 Houov Deputy Comr M Mw w vr The WinCnOStOf Bant 1 WINCHESTER KY N II WJTmnslrellident R D lit rr1it Cashier- S Inlil ti Cniiltul SIOOOOOO- OSiirjihn I tiff t t I eooo000II Ilnmlinuto Uppitlt of 8 tiThha bank solicits tin account of el merchnnts farmer traders and bus- S ine ii roan tifuvrally throughout Kail i X rrn Kentucky lUll oiler iu etiitom era every faciliyand the most liberal legitituatebanking s = Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table la Effect October 18 1003 WEST BOUND o1 a M ai No3 Daily exSTATIONS = Dally ex AM SUUl ArrII31Arr6 25 am 0MJaCkllon 0 2 25 pm 7 20 am 20 UeattrveJc 20 3 26 pm 7 47 am 40Torrent 40 S 47 pm 8 01 am HjjXat Bridge 44 i 01 pm 8 28 am 67Blaoton 67 4 30 pm 8 37 am 62 Cla7City 02 4 89 pm 9 10 am 70 LAK Junon 70 5 08 pm 0 23 stn JOi Winchester 10 10 tm luiI lexingtoni I pmI EAST BOUND No2 Ita No4 Daily UIBfATIOS = Dally ex Sunday taSunday I PMIveII AYJTe0 7 45 am 3 10 pm 8 25 am 3 50 pm 011lneheter1120 0 IS am 4 06 pm 9 23 am 4 35 P0167lXat 9 64 am 4 49 pm llridge157 1008 am 5 It pm0UtlltIve 7010 29 am 6 11 pmPOiOAKJuncn IK 11 26 am 6 15 Im Jsekson194 It 30 am 0 4 K BRANCH WEST HOUND No 33 la a No 21 Daily ex = STATIONS = Dally ex Sunday 0 Sunday 1 30 0 Jackson 0 11 20 335 1ILOAK Junction 6 11 26 I1 17 HiMilhnrlltllI 11 62 4 30 11 AS 5 10 131llnmllon 20 12 22 li IS 221Ilelechswa 22 12 2- 8iM4lrtltIJ7LCanuel 12 45 I Cltr127I PMARR EAST HOUND No 34 a I a No 22 Daily rx = 1I= OUexSunday f Sunday AM LvttPsij Ana 7 15 In Cnnnel City 6 1 05 7 41t9 Heleoliawa 11 I 22 7 M I UIIte City 13 IS8 30 101111111111111 20 1 52 B 43 I Wtlhunt h 22 1 58 iI SOINo 3 and 4 make close connection for Cannel City and points on Ohio and Kentucky Hallway Division daily except Sunder I Nos I and 2 connect at Lt E Junction with Chesapeake and Ohio fur Mt Sterling and 10l1I1Iolnh Noi I and 2 connect thou with L d A for licattyvllledaily cent Sunday UI YtollerOn y t- I r y BAS breath is iwarning that should JItmun that the food Is not being properly diAthat tionand NlwUIIIthet remains on the stomach generating foul gates that peimute the entire system poisoning the bloodarid KIsrritt to the IItampttln breathu e I PLANTERS NUBIAN TEApurely vegetablecontaining no mineral or otln deleterious Ingredient will speedily relieve and cure all disorders ofdigestion Stat once bad breath bloating lost appetite and an the long train of diugreeable tytttptomqrpackagesSaopleIt ox Madicin TIWE ARE BADLY OVERT- OCIYIIN OU22r Clothing Deportment We Nave Too muon Clothing X25 PER GENT off on every Overcoat and Suit in our house FOR CASH ONLYThis includes our ALFRED BENJAMIN 3 CO S SUI I SAND largelineLHILtDRENSWe are determined to give ourIuntil the season is over This means to you the best clothing in the world at cost and less than New York cost Avail yourself of this op portunity Come quick and make your selection Do not fail to visit our house when in Lexington y Louis ond Gus Stroul LEXINGTONS LEADING CLOTHIERS e II III w Successors to C W Howe Wholesale and Retail Liquor tiJ Dealers Grocers Etc 01 Asoxits fox Rextngton Beer Special attention given to tho filling nf mail ordersCIlHome Phone 31 Long Distance 10 lIT STERLING ltEXrVOX 1s This Way i u usVEinMtbatJIIfaIG VIjUlI You Will Be Gono n Long Time When YOU Do Go and Your Family Will Need Three Meals n Day Just the S They Do Nonfl ItlrlllIIIview but It a gille4 e41LEbtIA1I4i 111XUand SOW iia the timtOW Yesterday WAS I SolicitorITMT STERLING KYIToQe a Cold In One Day CIZsousei+ I of ts