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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rtlEonHAZEL GREEN HERALD w EitabUhod March 41885 Made Famous In the Story or Jonathan and Nita Oontmnt by Max ORll 0 c J NINETEENTH YEAH HAZEL QRKEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 10 1001 NUMBER 42 srJxoxtt Illllt coortatt- ortrer tIter e The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 50 Gints a Yur I WASH MILLER CashierWJW POYNTER ABE Cashier 0 ir iiaii li It WINCHESTER KY PAID UP CAPITAL 10000000 1 We solicit your banking busi ness and promise you prompt andll Sfftti careful service every attention andl accommodation consistent with cor Ifrcctbunking principles 4 G5IT DIHEOrOnS ill mILLER ill UJILLIS Pljl mpOn1 J R Bt1QKWALCCIZ- A I f3AmPTOf f REI rz1zzv I HVEii jJBOURB N 260 pays for a 1gallon jug of 6yearold II 11I1 1AY 1I Iti s CHAItaI9l 285 pays for a 1gallon jug of 8yearoldAII 111I I V bXl11tIOH t I1Alt + II1 300 pays for a 1gallon jug of 9il111 llllliIN 320 pays for a 1gallon in bottles 1 110yeaholdIilAN I t I We ship all orders packed in a plain sealed box so 110 one can tell what they contain and pay all charges to your nearest express office We guarantee absolute purity full measure vTApSvwjri and ell- ii way or YOUR thel fttfflSExpress Money Order registered letter draft or certified check Make remittances payable to and address HAGAN DISTILLING CO A nice etched glass and eorkHerow free with every order LEXINGTON KY Our GuaranteeII Goods That Ploaso or Your Money Backis always good Ask the Lexington City National Bank AROUND THE WORLD AND NEVER OUT OF INK7 VALUE FOR I- Fives 1- Ii Ink + upply 1 till CI1Nt I0ttilI Ioo tutuI value iGIviIii of N cost of Check Iuncl rOtl year Ii I r FoonNeedingeJ I ii- I U eAve its cart HICKS Plain I100 C hll rllJj lueit I ii Ii V1 j I X till HLAlKs NON tIAICAfI IOI N IlioTAIN1 I L Ilrlit t 11t I inkhnul0iboiished 111 AlllSI IO1NIiIN I1a Q f JAMES BCECIL 1SuccvHsor nci IIIJt Il I1Vr stack of p to Cecil llnw iis now i i I Int 1J ttJi91 j 1 l hUt W I and willcarry a lino of IFruits Vegetables toro c In fact ovorylhing I fMpHB1Ho1 7 and in his Ir whe trontod in n homoliko mnnnor o trnvoling mon trill bo horsoH null vollicios wlll ro JD1m Dwrtn 1nL Jjcoivo tlo bost attention Ho also carries r III Ta full lino of KJL L robes dustors bDd will make to order any thin in that lao everything Lap sold lit a closo k gy whips c will bo kept in stock and Malian of profit y 4 f I J T It LLIP tillB DUI1 LL J D 1 1 f 1 s Ir of r v r co w j 0 r ntwncnosi B ii f I WINCH KSTKII KY + r u N II WiTiintHioox President 4 ii Illhl li Olillull W 0000000 j 4NllrlllI I t NnllnOr S I lliuiiliiniiiii Itrpiult of fe I OOn16fOI y J I rrhl Imnlc Kolkll Ihl account of 4 1 tncrclmiiin former trailer nod him j + InedH inni Kcncrnllr throughout Ent JV TII Ktfilurkv rind nfl ri 1k cn lom tr- l 4termsj wOloct2lyr4i+Z44444444 + 444444444444- yTina and niznin wo have appealed to those of our Dubflcribere in Arrears toII c m in nod pny up Wo need to In paper and ink and pay the printer Come In and attend to this today Unit Have a Fair Trial I It iin betty dollnitoly nottlod that tho Mnroum snit against Son JantosflSoptonthert varylargoi tholrelothers is tho County Judge while tho othor iu Sheriff of llreathitt county Tho business interests ofII Clark county aro vary intimately cnnnootod with thoso of Ilroathitt tho homo of two of tho dufondanls in this cane Our acuainnnce with those mon in a hUH lWAH or commercial sonso iH most favorable tad they are known to bo thoroughly relii alto Wo have at UIIIOH unpiod art lobs front other halters Homo times given articles W ri II Oil by correspondents and have att other times written editorials tvitb0u- hoing called upon to an unreafion hblo extent to prove their aeon porhnpebeenpolitics in this matter in as much ill the parties nro now to be tried hero Wo have tried to hold tho Democratic party rosponmblo in Pltiisl101inof alVairs in Hreathitt county not intending thereby to deprive Ithe parties sued a fair hearing before I t tho public Wo wish to announco horn if we have Bono any of tho parties any injustice at any time in any art i nit published in this papor that itt iti wilhdrawn as it hits never booni tho purpose of our heart to do thorn any personal injustice and from this timo on they shall re ceivo fair troatment at tho hands of tho Sum Sontiuol It is lo be hoped the people of Clark county impurtinlI resented by attornoyH Judge John lager of Ashland Kyf Senator JetferHon Ilanna of lIClliott conn Iy Ky Judgo JIJ II Hazolrigg of I Frankfort and JJ MI Stevenson and JJ Smithi Hays both of this city which is a sullicient guaran too of itself that this trial will be bythoMagoffin News Our Circuit Court at this place adjourned today This being the hint court for Judgo1 Kiddlo lorei both DoiuocralH nil Republicans wore fnrry indeod to give him up splanduljudgoJ successor in this now diHtriot may veryimportantL I moHt of thom urged for con tinu anco i only ono murder case being tried Thu I no of Simon MuniI g unary for killing Clarks l tII chor which wan a hung jury last term tors tried giving Mont gomery Fix years iin the IHHI i lon liary i from which his nttorniiH Hay they aro going to appeal Iho oiso of Howard for killingi BrownIIII OlltillllldIIIHO the case IIWIS for killing Hecdconlimud iiI of which have boon triul before In the cane of tho iiyunc lio i of Swnngn against Ititton I privilogn I water for hiniHolf and guests A great many important equity cases of this 11MrwhinhI l I its getting n lot tor front home With best wishes for yourself and bettor sovon eights I remain as ovor Yours as ofold 11 C KAatr111- p LOUIH and Qua Straus of Lox iugton want the pooplo around horo to dross In tho boat of which they now havo a full supply and all1SCII I V pushing through Tat HKIIALD sad when you to down toll you law Undoi Sponco Unique California Map A unique exhibit at tlio WorliVs Fair WAH prepared by tho agricultural do pnrtniont of tho University of Oftllfor nln It Is a large ninp HO colored aa to show tho chnrnctur of limo various Bolls or tho state It gives a clear Idea of tho Bltuatlon and tho extent of tho arnblo and untlllnblo sections In tho locali ties that cannot ho cultivated urn shown tho Sierras tho lava buts and tho desert Tho map Indicates tho lo cation of tho cultivable portions of tho mouiitiUwi and Moliavo plateau unit shows the niitn of tho foothills and valleys of that wonderful Htnto Coat of Seeing the Worlds Fair From nay point within HOO miles of St LoulH a person may travel to tho WorldH lalr this year vlow tho won diiH1 of tho Exposition for threo days and epeid the naiao money ho would pay In an other year for train faro iiliiiu lIIIr IH nil almotnto fact Tho 11111 PasneiiKer Association rotet10 miles or more from St Louis for Ono nod one llflh faro for the round trip Marion Waltors head of Rod Kivor is quite ill with drop- syOolllwissioflerSSaie i f na Kentuokyt0 jJ IT PAY IlalnlinA- UAINHT TI IF KlAMiiiit AdmriSte Defendant T V VI itI111I fir a judgment and order JLJ of Hide of thll Wolfo ilrcull Court rendered nl the April Term 1001 In tho abovo caiiMC for the HIIIII of ttlO 00 with Interest nL the rate of six jjor cent per annum from the Kth day of April 1800 until paid and HOCII coclh herein J MimiI proceed to oiler fur Halo at the court I ItigheFthi1111er CountyCourtJ the following dencrlbed properly towlt A certain bonce and town lot In time town of Hard IJieen 1 1nlill dencrihcd an lollowH to wit l llcgfnnlng on n net ntone on Mrs Mallio Fruncliii line the0co with her line N 11 g IIJ polr 1111 Net Htone on the Htiilc stitch ibenco with mild street t4 01 Jo I poles to a r flake i tt III I1C Ill IMO polcn to a set ftone a corner to W T1 CiiNktvN ulablo lot i tlieiiee with bU lino H till W a1 pales and 10 feet to a ntono i H 10 1C H 2 feet lo n Ml Htoim on olleue Avenue UiiMico with itsI hue S Ifi W 10 poliH nod I felt to a nel Mono a corner to Dr 1 11 IHIIIN lot tiionce wild hUI line llInlllJOrof moniv eO ordeied to be made JF r the purclinHo price tho purchaser with I approved runtyu1 HccuritlcH must exe Cuts lond bearing legal interest from tha day of Nile until paid nod having the force and filed of a judgment Jill derH will he prepared to comply prompt ly with lbeno tunas O 0 FULKfl 11iOr1101isdoller1 CommissionerS u SaleII Wolfe Circuit Court Kentucky 0 i II HoHit IlaintinA- OAINhTI limN hiAiiKH Dufendnnt BY nudordcr url rendered at HH April Turin 100 in tbeabove CKIHP fnrhsnm of llOOUi with interest at the rate of six per cent PIT annum from llin Kill Inv tIf Novem cartshereinthe court bonxo door in Curti din to tho bidder nl nubile unction en thlt DAY OF JVKKI I I1101I nt I ooloilc COllrtcllII following described properly to wit t Ono Engine and Holler and raw Outfit Corn Mill and na theItllrcllrkllUWIIIloln Clark Mill BlAck miiithri Outfit of Took Or Htifliclent thereof to produce the unlit of money e1 ordered to bo made For tho plircfifiiO rice tho purchaser with appiovcd acre t bOArIn i until pall and having the force and effect of a judgment Didder will be tlitfitterms0 0 FULKft 4141 eolIeI1n THE HERALD SPEKOER COOPER Editor u HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY May 10 1904 Our Ciao for President I naaa aI airs urNt WM RANDOLPH HEARST- OF NEW YOniC 1lNPOtfrtx1TE11 llnrn CJnKMJ is just outside tho nil torn tors At uuy lllln there hurt IUMIIJ no dcvtl opincut nf Ithat kind in Uu itnini dinto vicinity lint the feet Ithat j Oiunpton is tho cantor of tho oil- fieldI tho MO plus ultra of both quality ami quantity should inako every nmn in Wolfe county proud of the situation unlosa indeed ho i I lncnIityI I ovongugIono was I brought in at Campton and it isi said to bo a urackor jack Capi talists now havo thou oyos upon tho Campton oil Holt and that section ofour county promises groat things for the futuro 1C very dollar that is spent in that Vicinity holps our county in a way and in tho note futuro invostors mav turn thoir altontion to this immo diato neighborhood All tho indi cations nro favorable really to a superior oil IHold in our section nod as soon as work of dOllop ment begins wo bolievw the worn nt Inrgo will admit our advanta gns With tho gas wolc only two miles wensit is evident that oil is close by I Indeed ono of tho two oil wells now lags noo feet of Hue oil standing in it Lot us Imvo developers A Sure Tiling t1XCIItdtHthgether true Dr kings Xev Discovery nillungt oiui testify to that Mrs 0 H Van Mi tro of tfliopertltown N1a says I hilt a severe cass of Mronchitis mill for a year tried everything I heard of hut DingsNew1111111lug byallI ItcgsizesEVKHY man nUll woman native to Hazel Greon should bo proud of tho victory last wook won nt Lexington by South Trimble n imtivo of this town True Mr Trimble removed from hero whon ho was but a lad but all tho same ho was born within tho corporate limits of the town This is thoJ third time South Trimble has rep resented tho Ashland district in congress nuncio famous by tho gifted statesman nnd commoner Henry Clny mid that ho has rep resented nt least fairly well goes without repenting innsmuch as ho could win over tho intellectual company in which ho wns n con testant His most powerful oppo nent porhnps was William Pros ton Kimball n native of Fnyetto county and at present county at I torney who is nn orator of reputa s tion and a very popular man Fayette Bourbon Oldhnm Scott and Franklin each had a candidate which mndo tho contest quito spirited Mr Trimble however I was nominated on tho 290th ballot I with tho understanding that two years hence ho will use Ihis i influonco for Fayettes choice I whoever that may bo Hurrah for tho mountains A Startling Test To save a life Dr T G Mcrritt of I i No Mehoopany Pa trade n shtrtlg test resulting in a wonderful cure Ile- writes j 111 jmticnt wns attackftl with violent hemorrhages cawed hy ulcers I j lion of the Htonueh I had often found IKlectric hitters excellent for acute stomach and liver troubles so I pre scribed ihom The patient gained from the first anil has not had nn attack in II i i elIyI lion CoiiHtimtioii and Kidney troubles Try them OnlyI Mc nt all Druggists Items of Interest I C In Rose of Ilnzol Groen wns in our city at tho bcgmning of tho week soliciting insurance Judge Robert Uiddull accompa nitd by lion J IK Hoborts Com mon weal ths Att rnoy of this dis trict passed through Jackson Sat urday last cn route for Salyors villo when ho convened the Mny term of the MagoHin circuiti court on Afonday Mat J Sloan of Wolfe countyI was arrested hero Monday by JJ C countyWand I was lodged in jail Sloan is under indictment for various flenses in I I the Wolfo circuit court ono ofI which is for shooting and wounding with attempt to kill Iho contested election case of James Adams Republican against lion J K Roberts Democrat in volving tho ollico of Common wealths Attorney of this district will bo triod in tho Lee circuit court and lust Saturday JI J Smith llays of Winchester was appoint od by Governor Heckham as spe cial judge to try time case Tho first telephone lino in Let chor county hits just boon com pleted from Whitesburg to Sto negn Va tho nearest railroadI point and tho citions of Iot chers capital eau now for tilt first time hello with tho out silo world limo line will l lrex IIYIlingturo There will bo something doing in Winchester Journalism before lxISecretary iIcnhltI mocracy and other vital social topics lingof Hill is a power in I journalism and the now venture will be a constant attraction The Hustler hopes he mummy sue ceed beyond his most cherished dreams Jackson Hustler Catarrh IIs nn excessive serration front tlie innconj nuinlirnne mvonipmtled with chronlo nintlon Hoods Stars npnrllht nets on 111111111I onus MiPinhrniu Ilironch the blond cully cures nil cases of cnturrh Take Hoods Notice to Ovorseors CAMPTON KY May 1lB 1904 To Overseers of County Roads GBXTIIOIBXTlw roads of Wolfo county are in very bad condition and now is a good time to work them You must work out your roads nt once or thoro will be fines assessed against you in our coun jj ty court Any citizen that makes complaint about a county road i nncljtho1 j hotItorI I thoII notice and account accordingly Your humble s01nntII J W IJlOr C 4I uptollntodescriptionllllS- I 3 I goods null trimmings also ladies lhinginyou will find anywhere Call und inspect Mns Latm Ii1NUv Grassy Crook Ky rlm HERALD nod Courier yenrADd = c CAMPION KY May 14 1904 Spencer CooporHazel Green Ky DEAlt SmI had mailed you n notice to put in your paper concern i ng tho county roads before I got this weeks HEHALD and saw your article ripping mo severely 1 wish to say your article makes a wrong iimpression on tho minds of the public You say I should 01I dor tho mon out to work tho I roods I have overseers on every section of road in tho county and it is their duty rang they have directingIrepair If they dont do their duty you or any other citizen has ttime right nil it is your duty tto como in county court and make complaint against any overseer in tho cotnty if his section of road is J in loin condition This puts j I 1 him in tho hands of tho court i I muchlAsheonIllhOllt1 iI OeyIthillj I etc that hns boon called for hyI overseer IIf the overseers dg tie work got lifter tlwmt i J made IIIour April fFiscal Court number of appeals to our court asking them to bo moro liberal inI iappropriating funds to ho used on j out countyt roads and did succeed i iin getting some allowances for that purpose I havo written j many letters in the last 10 daysj to aver+ fNI in the county urging Jthorn to work out their roads Tho roads iin tho countyI Inst fn IIi were in fair condition but it wns impossible to keep thong in good shape through the winter Tell j your renders to como over to coun j el1mIplninlYours truly r W CoXOMtTON I Trimbks Speech I After Mr Trimbles nominate n at Lexington ho mounted the stage and said Follow Democrats T want 10II express my gratitude and love to you who have stood so loyally hyII J mo This has indeed been nn eye lash finish hilt mills well that I ends well It would have been an honor oven to have boon defeated by the distinguished mon who wore my opponents This has boon n canvass in which not a harsh word hits been spoken The convention has iron harmonious Wo have made such a record in this convention that tho State Kx ocutivo Committee ought to meet comII1lioni ensign when 1 am indeed too full for utterance II am proud of this victory I H bleII Thousands Have Kidney and Dont Know it IIow To iMml Out Fill a bottle or common class with your water and let It stand twentyfour hours a fi sediment or set f tling Indicates an unhealthy condi r non of the kid Ii r w neys If It stains 1 your linen It Is I of kid rAevidence too 4TV desire to J 2s5x+ J pass It or pain In r the back Is also bladder orderWhat to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so SwampRooteverywishthebackpartofPassInglitunpleasantnecessity during the day and to get up many times extraI I casesIf iI thebest1 You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful discovery ftTAw Iand a book that tells II ptf about It both sent Ul qfffiW absolutely free by mall address Dr SwtsntpnootComenII tlon reading this generous offer In this paper I remembertheBinghamtonN BERT DANIEL lltiiiliiiinrtorii Oxingsvllte Hyl- 1RLRUSENTINe TlII NEWBERRYCLAY SHOE GO HUNTINGTON W VA Solicits tho patronage of mountain mer chants and guarantees satisfaction t rts n l 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS FOK JAILER We are authorized to an PERDUE pounce G W PERDUE of Lane as n candidate for the office of Jailer of Wolfe County subject to the action of the Democratic party run ASSKSSOII ALLENWeI are authorized to nn C B Allen of Lee City as a candidate for Assessor sub jsect to the action of the Democratic party von SIIKKIPF sire authorized to annnunceJ pAye I A I1Vas n candidate for Hiiiill of Wlllf eviintv subject f the lclllIof the Diiuoiratie party DR fENNERS KIDNEY and BackacheIi mctnCYSCUREmadder I i IDont becomo dIscouraged There IB a I cure tor you If IIr 1111 iUr lie has spear a lit tlnii curing cahosusyoiuH Allcoiuultailftiu llnlI1 IIIUf yeare I hall bioknclie severe pale A0roa kldav s IOU scalding IIrho I renii inot otOllt of bed without help Tho usotnj IUr Kumiers Kidney und Hnckaclic Cure re j stored mo G WAHOXKH JKnolwvJlle Vti cjjJ tWlI Ask forCook HixiUrrr Inrll fitreCirp OlrciUar lilVMUO UAflutiVnuer 1 rcdolllll Net For Hale thr I11 J F Iierutt TO EE GIVEN AWAY Kii 0 r r Os n lt IThi wi 11U frr I ll nvM Ir r l r llttl tGble- I 1 b nl7 oflveuiud rs t c i + r rrvnrrlati n KFAO OFFER BELOW i I iI I iI I I I rho NEW IDEA P Womans Magazinel nthenestDentfnsvatinepuhlkhedItt I I undancIollSII nlllnIIIIalIn w omen inFrirlts mane tl3 with M walla r I rtrtMr s r IMI f f ooeear and tin l l ratters i t t h ranate- nenrr liirarntlMn Iii alrrhenua nrllr I HEW IDEA PUBLISHING CO 635 Broadway New York MEAT MALT THE IDEAL TONIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVC Theres Lile and Strength in Every Drop A scientific combination of the essential constituents of PRIME BEEFand PURE OLD MALT Louisville Ky January 12 igoi MEAT MALT CO Louisville Ky Gentlemen Having examined your Meat and Malt wllhISsuet that it is an efficient nerve and Mood tonic It excites the appetite and invignrai s digestion and K prostratfnnandalldlseaacsattended L D KASTENIUJCK M T Ix uUville College of Krmacy MEAT A MALT CO Loulavlllo Ky KILLTHE COUGHAND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew PriceFOR100OLDS Free Trial allTHROATTROUBLES DR F C BAKES SURGEONHAZEL Will answer all calls and may be found Springwhen 1 J 4 NURSERIESSPRING CQTTREES BY THE IBFRUITU SHKUDS GRAPE VINES ASPARAGUS 1UIUBARB vSMALLI And everything for GARDENI6r1ol I toHLEXINGTON KYIKSTBoth phones 270 RailwayTime 1 WEST BOUND N TTDailSutfayIIxSnutjayjl AMArrjI I IMArr0 LS 0 Jnckson 2 25tunI pm 7 ii 20HIRtlnlhIl i126111l I i 30171111It l111II i 05 pm 1EAST TJOUND 1tDailyexSutdtlyi iI AMITI2 j 0 rlXlngtolJ 0 t amtam 3 ii paiiio Clay City It 0 13 am 1 OS pin tH Sttiiiton IT 9 23 am 1 IS is7Nitt amoj5 11 jin 70 7o am amaamUi am r 0 1 K BRANCH WKST HOUND No 311i Rn2L hails ex STATIONS = Many uSunday l rI Ifi btiuday i 20fli 28II 4110 18Ilanlptoil 13 u 55- f 10Lee Pity 2e 12 03 5 KS i2ilIIelerlinwn 2 1228 5II 1JIVut PMAEB V EAST HOUND I U NIex Sunday Sundayt AMIVEjJr j PI Ana 7 15 21 Cannel City n 105 t 7 II 122 7 f 0 13l Lee Wullll 128 830 10lknnptun0 152 811 1 Willuirst 22 158 0231 OIOK Junction 27 230- IIi KO ItirkMin 235 Nos 1 and 1 fluke lose coniicotlon for Camel City and points on Ohio nnd Ken lucky Onil way Division daily except Sun day Nos 1 and 2 sanest nt L A R Junction with htsapcake nod Ohio for Mt Sterling pointsNos at Iratlyville Junc tine with L S A for IkHttyvillV dally ex edit Siimliiv ManagerCI1AS R IPAXS Tabulos Doctors find A Good proscription For innnkind rite ijctnt pocket is enough lor usual oc casions The iainily bottle tail cents Ion touts a supply for a year All druggists tell then I Rorernrhe1 brnoggsaateatsadrbodCbepperNoII A nttttinlKNrlaaltoreapro7k VourJ10KV luCKirooliiUihcU Ii0LL1UNMFOCO1IOPesrAreaautiqIs a I NOTICEIj durxigncd having brOil njijiointcd and ncling nilminiatrntor of the estate of A C hanky deceived nil persons having claims HRainsl the snid estate will pre sent throe to him nt I C Lykinss otficeIin Campion Wolfe county ky proper Ily proven as prescribed by Invv All per sons indebted to sold litHe nro hereby nolified to come forward and settle same i n said estate must bo settled nt once t I This April 18th 1904 i AdmrI5yMANACER WANTED r0t I toryJbusinessfor well anti favorably known house of solid niiancial standing 2000 straight I Iondnyj Expense money advanced Position perm anent Address Manager 810 Como clock Chicago Ill 3345 f r fifieunattsmuse ot tellingthe11IIt I eelsfhis Joints were being dls be f ledf his sufferings are very icethat of the rack eh like the 10 know Is what will per lfMl IIIhis dlscase t 3torjing to thousands or grateful tlmonldsts pads SarSGlJarlll- aII diseasedepend9ncontt u G the doltUll11nates It amt strel1lthelS the tern against Us return Try floods ERAL oln B Rose insurance solicitor tho State Mutual of Massaclu Jit came hem Tuesday1 Nice shelled corn for snlo and I11 ha all season at SO ets poi olheh H F IIKBATT Co treble Cope and 1 Bedford Bow DJU nnd sister of Hroathitt loft hoot yesterday nod wont to their omen James B Cecil and family visi ted several of thoir frionds on BUck water from Thursday until Monday STOMACH is strength WEAK and tuned by HoodsI Sti- rupsrillarhot nirdieino tthat cures Ijppcpsia n11 POOR APPETITE Lenox Swango of Maytown fljil school yesterday told loft for home but will return to take in the COll1l1nlllt meat JJRev Ikrney Blankonship on Monday returned from Monifeo county whorfHio held a very suc cessful HuriMis meeting at In dian Creek Church Arbury Brooks loft Suudny for t tour through Illinois Missouri Oklahoma Indian Territory and other points of interest including the Worlds Fair Tho show given at tho old Kidemy luilding Tuesday night TM enjoyed by many of our citi lens all of whom pronounced it dean and up to date Dr Stiner who represents tho Modern Remedy Co of Cincin wti was a newspaper man at ono plantttouglit Dr Center reports tho birthof Iboy to tho wifo of Curtis Pin ntt on Sunday tho 15th and Curt is so proud that ho stops as high ns n blind horse in a clover pitch Jake Xoble who has served a weyenr sentence for killing Kd murderJackson in tune Ho is out on a 13000 bond Iwill cellat tho following places on dittos named to take VoolonMilsIInwl 1nysboro i LeoCityJuno hasthehisIterof lettuce tho first of tho season ttmaybo thanks are duo his littlo Va i Charloy who brought it in Thinking tho person who took I my watch from my vest pocket 1 nothIlngeXpose you BKDKOHD BOWMAN visitedUncle wife7uCecilnndl wifo Monday and fr WhileI hero got a carpet shipped rom Louisville that cost f4I12 ItJ111 Brussels PoliceJudge whobareofbhpborne Monofoo bybIibit ought tlio children hole nnd 9f motherinlaw his wifeCASTOR IA ChildreniH frathe UreotYI tV Our friend Sam Wilson writes us from Maytown that ho ia now JohnCnrtlll ndaymore jobs After nBhtoirisHedeploresanco at tho Worlds Fair has bcei so small anti ono would judgo nt financiallyintareste1 prise And ho is in n way am that way is a guess that a million uttendduringtolls eye he will win a handsome I stint and make good to all his friends Legal Notico lion J W Congloton Judge and Hon C C Folks County At tot nny in and for the Countyt o- folfuYou and each of you and all others aro hereby notified that 01 tho 7th day ofJuiuJ 15KM 1 will file a petition before the Honorable Board of Prison Com missioners of Kentucky asking a isIuotrI thoIkilling his wife JocKiii C LYKIXS Attornoy Tho not ico of the lUlteuhoiue bible published ill these columns a few weeks sinew brought forth tho following MrsG H Swnngn of Mt Sterling Ky has in herr i enlIlITS1 just after hr inn rriage At her mothers death which was in 1855 sho gave it to her son John Young and ho kept it until his death In 1101 his wife gave it to j Mrs and Judge Swango It is 1ii very rare relic and has the old time print in which the S s shaped like an f and etc n How are Your Eyes I will bo in Hazel Green during commencement week with full lino of spectacles and eyeglasses If you need glasses give mo a call H1 KCiraI Optician Tho Modern Homed Co ot Cin lonIiprizes etc to introduce its nos trums struck our town on Mon day last and opened up at the old i academy building sinco which it has leer doing a nourishing husi ness There aro five people with tho show three mon and two tt omen and the performance they give is quite interesting and clean in tone so far as wo have beep able to learn Current rumor had it a few days since that Rev IHenry Adams erstwhile a citizen of this place had died suddenly in Menifeo which has been his homo fur some tune past Hut wo aro authorized to say bv parties who have poen him in fie flesh that ho is U1K and able to eat three meals n dayI BONE FOOD Soft and crooked bones mean bad feeding Call the disease rickets if you want to The growingchild must cat the right food for growth Bones must have bone food blood must have blood food and soon through the list Scotts Emulsion is the right treatment for soft bones in everydayIthat healthy bones shouldl Bow legs become straIghter loose joints grow stronger and firmness comes to the soft heads Wrong food caused the trouble Right food will cure It In thousands of cases Scotts Emulsion has proven to be the right food for soft bones in I childhoodSend for free sample SCOTT tit BOWNE Chemlto Y 409415 Peart druggtaNewta altpc and 100 Editors are first to hear goieip or scandal indiscretions of men or publication mcetings infactdalp Editors gonerally know all tho naughty doings in tho com munity no matter how secret If publIshod cial ostracism and other woes there gortimprisonment I shamo and misery Tho odito- learns muchof time hypocricy of life and ItIS a wond r ho anything on earth or in tho horo after 1eoplp who abuso him often own their standing in society to his forbearance Hello Colo a wellknown churn ter of Mehifoe county Iliving on the Dry Hidgo was suddenly strickon with a pain in thu back of her bond on Friday and die d within two hours Sho had been I onIt g t and sometimes without lint tvit it nil lint some good points no the least of which was her churn anti kindness to p+ plo who were unfortunate and poor and for- tt njfriendscomingsMade Young Again Ono of Pr Kings New Iifo Pills each night fur two weeks IIMM put me i 1e teens attain writes Ip II urns 1t 1r nf IDlIIIII ltlllII IM Theyre the bet in the world fur Liver I tonnieli and1 HiiwiIi Purely veeelahlc Never gripe Only 25c at all Druggists IIhe friends of Frank llortoi011 Camargo will regret to hoar that on Saturday night lust his store I was burglarized Tho safe was blown open and 0110 hundred and odd dollars taken therefrom I15 taken from the cash drawer ard worst of all tho hurglnrs took nIlII his note insurance papers things that were ofno earthly value to thom hut a very serious loss to him No clow whatever to the perpetrators had been discov ored at lust accounts Quick Arrest- J A Oulledge of Verbena Aln was twice in the hospital from a severe case II of lies causing 21I tumors After doe tors anti all remedies foiled heck lcn sl Arnica Salve quickly arrested further j inllmmation and cured him It con i I 11111III j Mrs A 1 P Dye 1 was called by a dispatch from Swords Crock Va last Thursday f May Hah to attend the hodsidjt j her daughter Mrs MrsI Dye leaving hero Friday i morning arrived at Swords Creek I Saturday and found her daughter I j just alive hilt she hnd her mint1 enough that she know her mother Mrs Dyo will bo gone about a month Fire got out on tho farm o gnu Clint countyon Byrd noar Friday Salem last in nutdidI foncolforl adjoining farmer Frank Wallisj helped light tho fire and says they had hard work to subduo it notwithstanding 20 or moro were fighting Clint Byrd was over come with heat and was quito sick for a while Tho editor wad his hotter sovor eighths nro anxious to secure tl o services of some woman to cook wash and iron for which they willi pay tho best wages paid in town In fact all things considered they will pay more than anybody A nice girl willing to work can find- a good homo and good wages i Have you made the acquaint ante ofThip Winna little weather girl If not yon should write tho Citizens National Hank Winchoa tor and got hor picture as sho ii- n is very reliable trustworthy and truthful little lady If you make a deposit they will shore Eon d you ono jGSSrTar IJfnAJI and Weekly Courier Journnl bout one year for only 10Q WANTEDTRUSTWORTHY LADY or Gentleman to manage btiiiness In this county and and adjoining territory for home of solid financial standing 2000 Itralsht cash salary and expenses paid each Monday direct from hcftdqnoiter Expense rnon advanced position permanent Addy Manager GOo Monon Building Chicago Tho Kind You Hnvo Always Bought anti which Las bcca1 In nso for over 30 sears has borne tho signature of aandhas boon inado under Ills per rtonalSU1Crlslol1 slnco its tnflmcy AUnwnoonotoc1ccchorontnthlsSlfclts Justnsgood nro ExptMJnicnta that trifle with trod cndan or tho health of Infants anti dilldrcn Exucricnco against Experiment What is CASTORIA Oastorla Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare boric Drops anti Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphino nor other Narootio riubstanco Its ago Is its gnaranteo It destroys AVorms tool allays Fcvorishnoss J t cures Diarrluua tool Wind Colic It relievos Toothing Troubles euros Constipation nail Flatulcuoy It assimilates thu Food regulates tho Stonmeh and ISowels giving healthy and natural sloop lilho Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friends GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Boars the Signature of WM i BoughtthIn Use For Over 3O Years THE CCNTAUR COMPANY TT MURRAY STILT NCW YOUR CITY j 1lJ if fJlt 1 u rr if iGreat GI arallc Sale 500000 WflTffor Springd Summ- eriCLOTHINC Regardless of Cost s seafregardless of cost We are not waiting until the sea son is over to make this sacrifice but da Iit at the beginning of the season i500 Mens Black and Blue NowCheviot Serge and Unfin 99fIlarSuits and Pants 250 Boys AllWool Pants forl1 1 lITInerp rice 4 5 and 600 jj g aoOO250 Boys Suits former price 1150 NOW 76C 350 pairs Boys Knee Pants 15c Per pair 2 for 25 cents 500 pairs Boys Wash Knee Pants 5 cents a pair We need the money you need the goods Come early before our large stock is broken lorala It Gte StrJallSLEXINGTONS LEADING CLOTHIERS T C VAUGHN PH DAVIS VAWIMff cDAWSucccBgora to C1V Howe Wholesale and Retail Liquor Dealers Grocers Etc Ag eiaiB f01 Dexlaij toii BeeifSpecial attention given to tho filling af mail orders Home Phono 81 lung Distance 10 I 34xCt STEJtJrING 0 to1 JCEli fJUcnr z= HEALTH AND VITALITY 7 aoii zucoTOai iwaanvaamiwaa xmLaThogreat remedy for nervous proatrotloa and utl dllenlcs of the gcaeratlteo- rtrtina of oltbcr IIOX such na Nurvous IJrostrnUoPJ1DlIlnrr or Lola Manhood 11 Impotency Nightly Emlulonl Youthful Errors l ontal Worry ozeciilro UM ereqe0 bozos for 600 JUlt It V tdY a- r F- v c +d r4- r S gOALl ITRUSTI soil Supreme Court Decides For Hearst Tho Trust Must Produce Its Con t tracts and Show Its Books Say Eight of the Nine Justices of the i CourtWashington D OIho Hearst suit has Leon won and the coal trust beat fU Ity its decision against the trust the United States HUprcmo court has decided that thero IH n limit to alto power of tho trusts great nod power fill though they be and tho law of the loud Is still mightier Tho decision of this same court In the Northern merger CUHU was cou Hldered u staggering blow to one kind of trusts but the decision of tho court rendered as a result of Representative William Itandolph Hearsts suit against the con I trust Hounded the death knoll i of every predatory trust In the country- It tnenim Unit the Interstate com merce fommlsHloti can compel trust magnates to bring out their books for Inspection nod tllndoso their unlawful methods for doing business It means that the millionaires of the criminal trusts clot bo compelled by the commission to make confessions which will bring them under the opera tlou of till Sherman antitrust act It means that the fence of technical ities behind which the trusts have been hilling lias burn broken down i It moans that Attorney General Knox had boon deprived of the last shred of pretended excuse fur not net I Iii lug upon evidence of the coal trusts J guilt with which be was furnished by Mr Hearst n year and u halt ago which evidence will now bo furnished to him again by liner Trucsdalo mud oilier managers of the coal carrying roads when they unwillingly remount the witness stand mud hand to time In terstate commerce commission time con tracts which they so desperately and Xinsucccssfully endeavored to shield front view If In the face of time supremo courts decision and this evidence President Roosevelt shall permit his attorney general to abstain from doing his sworn duty It will be for one of tho two reasons plain to the whole coun tryFirst that the administration Is afraid to offend the coal trust and Its allies lu a presidential year or Second that Mr Roosevelt cannot bring himself to be ungrateful to the coal trust which lu IIH0 yielded to tilt demands of the minors In under to prevent tins strike front spreading to West Virginia Indliuin Illinois mud Ohio mud arraying the labor vote of the na tion against the Republican national ticketNow that the supreme court leas sus tained thin rights of the Interstate com merce commission to prosecute the In vestigation boguu on the petition of Representative Hearst nothing can save time coal trust from swift destruc lion except the dotlant refusal of the attorney general of the tnttod States to apply tho laws of tho United States to proved extortionists and criminals The decision of time supreme court almost took away the breath of all Washington Representative William to Hearsts victory over the coal trust was the only topic of discussion Members of both branches of congress I left their scuts to attend the supreme court and listen to tho reading of the decision by Justice Day Senators representatives and distinguished Ju rists lingered In the corridors after the last words of time decision had boon ut tered to comment upon tho successful termination of a case brought lu be halt of the most powerful trusts In tho country- C It was conceded that the Now York representative and editor bad accom plished more to enforce the antitrust and Interstate commerce laws than tho entire staff of the department With but ono dissenting opinion Mr Justice tlrewer the supreme court reversed the United States circuit court for the southern district of New York and ruled that tilt coal oper atoms must bring their contracts with 8thorailroads before the Interstate com merce commission when ordered to do so Recalcitrant witnesses members of the coal trust who defied tho au thority of tine commission and refused to testify can also be compelled by this decision to go upon time witness stand mid answer questions President Itaor and his trust associ rates have been brought within the op oration of the federal laws which they repeatedly and Insolently dotted by time unrelenting persistence of W R Hearst who Instituted proceedings un der tho Interstate commerce laws 1 behalf of the people who were com pelled to pay unjust exactions In pur c d ilqiUtL hollowing tho big coal strike t 1002 W n Hearst brought tho now famous coal trust caso before the Interstate commerco commission on n complaint alleging that tho coal companies and their allied railroads were unjustly discriminating against consumers During I the hearings trust witnesses refused to produce their contracts and also declined to answer questions by fJarcnce J Sbearn attorney for thoII complainant W R Hearst Hiding behind the great power of their wealth and depending upon offi cial friendliness the magnates nndII their agents obdurately flaunted the authority of the commerce commIs- sion The commission carried the mat ter to the United States district court of New York mind Judge Lncombe sus tamed the trust magnates in their denial to let any light be thrown upon their unlawful methods The effect of the Hearst victory can not be overestimated for under the opinion of the court the Interstate com marco commission can now proceed with Its Investigation of the coal trust When during the Investigation of the coal carrying roads before the Inter state commerce commission the coal trust magnates refused to answer ques dons and produce certain books and contracts called for by counsel for Mr Hourstthc commission carried the mat ter before Judge Lncombe of time Unit ed States circuit court of the southern district of Now York and Judge La combe sustained the contention of the coal trust magnates holding that time questions asked by counsel for Mr Hearst wore Irrelevant and wore not permissible under the interstate com merce act hill would be under the Sherman antitrust law and with this latter act the commission has no juris diction Front this decision the Interstate commerce commission appealed to the supreme court of time United States and the supreme court has now decided In Mr Hearsts favor Not In ninny years hats a ease so Important to time people boon derided by time supreme court of tho United States so soon after time argument ItfiuiMlonii Iturnl Prop IKllvcry 1 i r 8M7 i U S MAIL AND THE UNDERPAID MALI WilD CAIUUHS IT CARRIERS POOR WAGES nelrrHnntlC llramt Sought to llttvc Itnrnl Service Co mil tloiiH Ilctlercil Rural letter carriers have lost their fight to obtain adequate compensation fruit time government The Republic an majority In congress has gone on record lu favor of the meager allow ance of r0 a month to rural carriers who have to buy timid feed their own horses and work every day lu the year lu nil kinds of weather When the rural carriers went to con gross with their petition they found but halt n dozen active supporters and In the load of the tight for justice and decent wages stood Representative William Randolph Hearst of Now York Against the united opposition to n fair Increase Mr Hearst mud n few fair minded Democrats sought to amend the postal appropriation bill and give time carriers salaries commen surate with the service they perform Their efforts wore frustrated by a de termined majority The rural carriers are now worse ore than they were n year ago Their salaries have boon In I 11rhllIege papers Is taken away from them I I CmlIthe American consul at Vladivostok It IIs stated that coal Is mined III tint district at a cost of 2 cents a ton Until a short time ago the cost of production was 5 cents n ton In fixing wage rates for Amer Ivan miner the coal barons Invariably make comparisons with the cost of pro ductionIn other parts of the world iiud this tends to keep the earnings of the American at time lowest possible point About the only influence In this country which lias combated the wage reducing tendency of the coal herons Ilea boon time Insistent and persistent effort of the Hearst papers which are under time direct editorial management of William Randolph Hearst Attempts immure been made to enforce antitrust laws to loosen time grip of the coal operators upon American domestic publlcltyngiven the methods of the greedy monop oUst has been effective In mitigating eomewhat the unjust conditions c o r nc tfyrorUealth 222 South Peori St CHWJUJO lu Oct 7 1802 Etmonths ago I was w iU that I WAI compelled to lie or iit down nearly all the time My stomach way so weak andupset that I could keep nothing on it and I vomited frequently I could not urinate without pat pain and coughed so much that- my throat and lungs were raw and sore The doctors pronounced it Brights disease and others said it was consumption It mattered little to me what they called it and I had no de tire to lire A sister YiiiUd me from St Louis and asked me if I had ever tried Wino of Cardui I told her I had not and sho bought a bottle I believe that it saved my life I believe many women could save much suffer mug if they but knew of ita value IJtAfZA rDont you want freedom from pain Tako Wino of Cardui and wako one supreme effort to be well You do not need to Lo- a weak helpless sufferer You can have a woman healthand 1a womans work in life Why not secure a bottle of Wine of Cardui from your druggist today i WINCUIDIII If cDEMAND AND SUPPLY Cont nf AVnr The cost of the Spanish and Philip pine war to time United States since 1S93 for seven years ending June 30 1001 has been 1000000000 Chattanooga Toflay is- fOIItOrruw Imay never over thnncbt the wife and onrs in die For 10 cents day can loave to yourtleatl1 Hadnt bettor put it in something benefit than to waste know waste fie State Mutual Life- Assurance Association MASS h to invest in and write tlntlerli vyili take pleasure in you shout ROSE KY To Prosecute meta If house bill 11888 Introduced at tho beginning of the Fiftyeighth session becomes law United States attorneys will be empowered Instruc tion from the attorney general to In proceedings against trusts that unlawfully restrain trade com merce Circuit courts given jurls diction to prevent restrain tions of the antitrust act and It will be the duty of district attorneys to bring proceedings against offenders The lion W R Hearst representative from New Is the author of tho bill Shark Menace Flab Induatrr A species of shark known as dog fish has become so along the shores of New England that the fish Industry Is seriously menaced CAMPTON CURRENCY Mrs Sarah Sewell been on the sick list past two weeks I G W Halsey is attending Mt Sterling stock market this week I Jolts C Tolson on Saturday sold plug saddle horse to hunks Bros for IGi Rrcdcr of Knoxville Tenn was here last week interviewing our mer i chants iEIiRha Chambers Sr Stillwater has very ill the past week is reported some better Per Martin Lane whose illness hns reported heretofore grows worse and weaker by day IRc James Madden of Landsaw con f MemlowfJ II Stamper Tr prominent in society circles went Mt Sterling Mon tiny to dispose of cattle Morn on the 12th the wife of John Hise girl weighing nine pounds Dr J II Stamper acted as best man at the ceremony The Republicans of precincts No 9 3 met at the court house last Saturday to elect precinct committeemen for said precincts T Williams and S S Spradling were elected Timely speeches were delivered by Capt W L Bcnj Sewell The anniversary of time Junior Order of American Initcd Mechanics clle- t rated here Tuesday by the Campton They presented very attract able as they marched through the I streets under streaming banners and bunting Dr J H Stamper was the silver tongued orator of the day j4ITS your liver You must keep the liver In active working condl if health is to be expected Why not take something that goes directly to the root of the ailment the liver and cures the cause of the trouble PLANTERS NtBIAN pure and natural com pound of roots and herbs containing no injurious ingredients such as calomel quietlycutes distressing and painful symptom and restores the liver to healthy action If you have constant tired feeling aching of limbs headache fever nausea disgust for food vomiting coated tongue depression of spirits constipation indigestion and general lack of energy accompanied by sallow yellowish complexion use PLANTERS NUDIAN TUA at onreand be cured to stay cured The greatest natural liver tyslemie regulator and blood purifier ever offered the American for household use 1or talc ct rJ dmfgiiti or will be sent postpaid 2ic package 5 packages 100 Sample and booklet free to any address be- Have you nt litlli cae you should tvdny only a yon you of It and you you as much better tlistn a hank f you will to time nell he telling Mists profits c t c C B MT without stitute and are and viola York numerous o has time the last I a P of been but been day II t to some to a and Joe Hurst and was Juniors a eight I I I good TKA a every normal and a and people i a l l t a jptont IIUrveYed1t and work on the elwillonce j close ofsummer willpleted fofImportanceof1seems oversTheteetedlsforJ r 6eldcompl111mllterjnllot6tT M Beckett chlrfwasheroil t here completed hill fourth wen j on the Granville Evans farm ose southwest of here While lu thorougblevery btjr of the best 6ddwellfarmlast f prononfc a duster for n blind has recently cleanedout nntirn i testedproes finThisthe Uni considerably and has been the ctt tofieldNoTKThi9 letter i came so late tidealsegliti MAYTOWN MISSILES o Mrs Rachel Clark is on the minil l Sam Wilson is painting therein of John Curtin this week Misses Maggie Childera and Onjjl made a flying trip to Ezel Sunday Miss Pearl Gosuey of Bethel fan ing friends and relatives at thhpluy Misses Alma and Kate Swantgr the guests of Mrs James Ingram tiny 1 Wick Childers happened to a nlJai vere accident Friday morning mta a wire nail in his footlMr mill Mrs J W Chilllm of ttit place were Ithe guests of Mrs Ei Williams of Valeria Sunday Miss Stella Masker who has beean iting friends timid relatives at I3ethdb two weeks returned home Thursdij j Died at his home near this pills the 12th inpt old uncle Jeff fts aged about 80 years lIe leavesii and three children to mourn hu la We extend our greatest fcynipathjlo bereaved family- A precious our from us is gODtI A voice we loved is stilled A place is vacant in our home Which never tan be filled Vioun Spencer Medicine Co Tenn s ii WORCESTER STERLING a ORE onnsvN l I And they must be sold to get mofl goods We have everything 7 want Shelves tables counters tt- all full and must be sold to mail room for 1 111iDdJUWe have the best uptodate stock ofjj ERAL MERCHANDISE that ever struck HI v Green which will be sold at prices to suit FOR CASH AND CASH ONI ig We will not credit So please dQ ask It GIve us a call and you williiif regret it Respectfully 9 r H F PIERATTP S SAY PARD PLEASE SETTLE TllAT LITTLE ACCO PROMISED US WILL YOU II F pr ye