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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i f I f t I Ji 4 i j r v v J 0 i I f n x F Ar 4 t fr tiEo HAZEL GREEN HERALD== Established March 4 1885 Made Famous In the Story oi Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell ww w 00 NINETEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 2 1004NUMBER44 ea =eXCEH COOPEItiTheowner kdllorQuotedPaper in the Kentucky Mountains 50 Cents a Year WASH MILLER CashierWJ W POYNTER Asst Cashier i i itr iiiiJL i1 AlW b WINCHESTER KY PAID UP CAPIlAIJlOOOOOOOeYe and promise you and careful service every and rect banking l e ill mILLCR ill T PIIfIP ill B J D IffPSOf 5 5AmpTOn BJ r f REI wF1IkvRVE B UR1B N260 pays for a 1gallon jug of 6yearoldAXD VK EX limH CHARGES 285 pays for a gallon jug of 8yearoldAND WE PAY EXPRESS CHARGES 300 pays for a 1 gallon jug of 9yearoldAND WK PAY EXPRESS CMIAUUKI 320 pays for a 1gallon in bottles 10yearold- AD WEI PAY EXPRESS CIIAHCI We ship all orders packed in a plain sealed box so one can tell what they contain and pay all charges to your nearest express office We guarantee absolute purity full measure safe and tire satisfaction in every way YOUR MONEY BACK Remitby Postofflce or Express Money Order registered letter draft or certified check Make remittances payable to and HAGAN DISTILLING CO- tA nice etched glass and corkscrew free with every order LEXINGTON KY Your Money Backis always good Ask thoOur Guarantee Goods That Please or City National Bank AROUND THE n WORLD AND NEVER OUT OF INKS7 VALUE FORwSI OU COst of PeJCI1 StOI IlItlilnhll i 1 Ink Supl1Y Saves cost of Check Punch y1i wnlue of years or needs shnriHMiinjr Will tart for yen Soon breakCeding I Io SI+ i Ink 1tIJirll nrtrillll ill l wee its cost PRICES t Plain 5100 Chand mail Vpxtr IIIJH NONLKAKAIUB FOeSIlvRr bluel ceviu red rnlilIL1Ivh ollr iillatwl Theor black 10 pen value arc iniiiiiMe IIC h Ivfree feEToU e nbolished ears nIAIH illk su FltNTAIN Ii52IE 0 JM III8 Iln1adwav NKWJ YORK JIM1 i JAMES B CIECl Successor to Cecil Bros is now receiving a flaw stock of rAr tl f AMttt i a ltdi udvill o In fact everythingVegetablescarry a line of Fruits lepolly kopt in n firstcluss grocery store ne is also propiotor 0111010q J1iGE INNpbe willho in homelike manner nnd in his e treated ntraveling n vehicles will rob h nndhorses tU DQ1jW 1 I E coivo the best attentions alr80 T Shnf ll carriesF ABL robes dusters make to order thing ill that llue Lap close1buwIll any overything sold ut n 1Ib de will ho kept in stock and 110 of profit 1 w ness prompt attention accommodation consistent withcor principles J11 tK 3- DIIlECTOHS WILLIS F WILL 1 J K BtJQRWALDCR- A I PAY 1 no delivery en ori address Lexington 1 ti re N HH H1 HH TnB WincMslcr Bank j IvJNelIhs1hat KY 4 I X II WiTHKKMoov President ff- A 4 Iuiii rp Capitiii 410000000 f2Snriiu Ie i i sroooooo f r to IlniiiNninp licpiMlt or 9 A 1lIrrr i t i srooooooo l4 g A This bank ftolicits the nccounti of 9 4 merchants turner traders and liuic y lneK II men generally tlirouphout Ivnst 9 Kentucky otTers its cuatomJg ern end Jera every facility nnd the runt liberal Z- J term within the limits of legitimate 4 banking loct2ly 9- N41 44 fSrTime and again we have appealed to thowof our BuhccriberB in arrears to come in and pay up We need money to buy paper and ink and pay the prin ter Come iu and attend to tbis today SS SOUTH TRIMBLE Nominated for the Third Time i in Ashland District The result of tho action of tho Congressional Convention which met in Lexington on the 12th mat has already boon announced in the Utl1l ocrn t- It was from the beginning to its close ono of the most harmonious conventions ever hold in tho State ttnlso far as wo have heard an expression of opinion tho selec tion of Mr Trimble as tho Democrat ic candidate moots with tho corllinllppronluf tho wholo dis trictIn defeating the strong combi nation against him Mr Trimble has certainly mado tho most phe nomunal race of his strenuous po litical career In every contest ho lies nettle ho has encountered strong opposition but ho has al ways won Arrayed against him liuvu boon thu slirnwdest political leaders in the district yet all their olYortsL to deffttt him have boon unavailing He hits won again lIe causo lio is tthe choico of the pen pIe unit because hn deserves to win NVhen MrI Kimlwll in tho conven tion stated that Mr1 Trimble was tho choico of the pooplo and tho most popular man in the District every ono who hoard him know that what ho said was true nod being true in failing to nominate him tho Convention would have failed to carry out tho will of the people Mr Trimble is n farmer n young man in the prime and vigor of life His political career has been brief but eventful nndsomehow or oil er he has a personal following of staunch friends who have stood by him most loyally As an illustration I of his grIt personal popularity in the mass meeting at Owonton to appoint delegates to tho District Convention of tho fif teen hundred stalwart Democrats assembled although Mr Douglass of Owen county was a candidate for the nomination whoa n divi sion was called for tho entire fifteen hundred Democrats ranged them selves in favor of MrI Trimble Such an exhibition of popularity is without a parallel in tho poli tics of the Stat- olirTrinihle is always in touch with nod very close to the people Ho has been tried and has not boon found wanting In tho supremo struggle in Kentucky in 1000 ho was the Speaker of tho house of Representatives a position of grave responsibility timid danger An armed soldiery barred the on trance to tho State Capitol und tho Legislature was chased through tho streets of Frankfort by a par tisan State Guard it was a time of supremo poril to tho liberties of tho pooplo of tho tnton timo that tried mnns courage If Mr Trimble had failed thou Kentucky today would in nil probability have boon undnr tho domination of tho worst 1110 pnrtlOurof civil war South Trimble was in tho forefront and he discharged his duty bravely That Kentucky today is under Democratic rule and enjoys peace prosperity and domestic tranquility and that all the calamities of civil war wore averted aro as much duo to Mr Trimble as to any man in the State Ho occupied the post of danger I he received his baptism of fire and the Democracy now stand by him because ho was truo and bravo in such a perilous timo Mr Trimble is a plain blunt man of tho people but ho is n most effective public speaker Other men may be moro eloquent and learned nod gifted but Mr Trimble knows how to deal stal wart blows and whenever ho speaks always has something of in torest to say and arouses his audience to tho highest enthusiasm During tho last three and a half years Mr Trimble has represented this district in Congress He has been a faithful representative Belonging to tho minority in the Houso of Representatives ho has shaping however what ho could Ho ins boon attentive to tho interests of his constituents as much so as any ono who has represented this district His efforts in behalf of tho groat tobacco interest of tho State and his bill in reference to puro seed are measures in which tho people of this district nro most deeply and vitally interested and his persistent efforts in favor pf these important interests can not fail to be productive of good Nominated for a third torm wo are confident Mr Trimble can Jjo of more service to this district than an untried and inexperienced representative and wo are sure that tho interests of our people can ho safelyI intrusted to him Paris Democrat RESOLUTIONS At n mooting of tho Magoflin county liar hold in tho court houso at Salyoravillo Ky on the 17th day of May 10CM D W Gardner was called to tho chair and D G Sublutt was elected Sec rotary Whereupon tho following reso lutions introduced byF1T Arnott and favorably advocated by D n Sublott and F IK Fogg were unai imously adopted Kenolvcd Thnt wo tho mcnibom of tho Mn olliii county liar regret tluit our ir latioii with time I Ion Robert Itidddl n4 members of hlt4 bar at this plncc are to he discontinued null without disrespect to tile eonllemun whoever ho inny be thnt will hereafter preside over thin court wn deprecate thin necessity of sum rendering it ludpo who lead proven him rolf entirely HUtinfnctory to limo people of thlcountyResolvedlIint nn menihcrs of his liar we tnko this occnidnn to testify to time uniform fairne courtesy and conside ration wo have nil receivedlnt his Funds goodillthis court IH requested to spread there resolutions on thin order book of his court sad to furnish Judgo Kiddoll a copy of some Newll1I1CkIl0Ml Sterling Advocate and other papers of the Tenth nngressionnl District are requested to piibli li the proeccdings of this meeting Thereupon tho meeting ad journedI11 GAHDNKH Chm D G SnuKTT Socy About People You Know H L Wallace made u tour of Campton Hiuol Grooms May town anti other points above in thd in terest of tho Monofoo Doposit Hank Bob Kash who has been sick for time past three months with fever and rheumatism was nhlo to to carried from his homo at McCnu soy to town Saturday Ho is now at the C 1D Swim hotol lIe is yet very low Mrs J W Crayons received a lotlqr from hor son Willie Knsh who JB in tho military hospital at Situ Franrinco stating that ho hoped to bo able to start homo some time next month Ho is suf fering from dyeoniory contracted whilo in tho Philippine Islands Misaos Myrtle Ringo of Hael Green Nannie Sexton of Pome WollinJtOilIf Pomoroyton A C Jiuchunan of Tabor and Enitnorson Dennis of this place wore applicants for teachers certificates Friday nod Saturday Grades will bo given next week Fronchburg Nows 8870 ROUNDTRIP To Worlds Fair via Southern Railway 2nd7th13otb good to return seven days from Lexington OF CAns tSTFot further information write or call on KREIVbiTraveling i 89 Eaet Main Street Lexington Ky OLD PAPERS Clean 1A NICN dill attklsoMcntaiastpr1MCsI F Jo del l ri 11 syS iit a- V I 7 THE HERALD SPENCER COOPER Editor HXZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY Juno 2 IflOJ I Our Candidate for Prosidont I WM RANDOLPH HEARST- OF NEW YORK Tin rotnnrkiihlc ruen that IIon Frank Ilopkiim nuulf tin last titi ho was tWill to congress in which ho won by tho largoal majority ovor aecordod any non from tlo Tenth should not Inn any IDIMIIO crnt to fool too sunguiiiu in tho f r coining struggle Tho Uepubli jI cnnaaronotorioitri for still hunts L anti try always to slip tip on Demo crats taking a HIIOOO I It is im portant tboroforn that every Dem oerat cntitlml to HiilVrngu shouldI go to tho pulls and east inn voto i on election day MrI Hopkins has mado this district a inagnilicont r i representative cotiHidori that ho l oolongs to tho minority forces and majori1 i its as grunt if not greater tint i thifirst time Dont Domocrats g to sloop anti lot tho opposition slij up on you in tho least IKeep yom oyos and ears open and whoa tin day comes bo on hand to do you duty Worst of All Experiences Cnn anything bo worso than t youlaHLMrs S II Nowson Docatur Ala t For throo yours sho ritnsH endured insutlortiblo pain from in digestion stomach and bowel ttrou bio Death Boomed inevitabh whoa doctors anti all romodio failed At length 1 wns inducoc to try Klootrio IJittors and tho ro suit was miraculous I improvot L ConnplotulLytl trio Hitterst t is tho onlyI medicine Only liDo Its guaranteed by al Druggists JtlDOK FlMKVI EOU1 of W03 Liberty was shaking minus witl friends horo Monday IIle is promi nontly mentioned as u delegate tl tho St Louis convention from thi district nod whoa wo soy that hi would fill the place as thougl tailor made for it wo only voiet tho opinion of nil who know him IIo ka pleasant talker and inter esting orator Bud well upon tlu issues of tho day Should ho b chosen thoroforo tho Democrat of this district may fool that hi I inturostIfriend Urook Hill is also a oandi dato for delegate but as wo ban always understood it ho wants t go as a delegate nt Inrgo ono win can browse ovor tho district as ii- worea kind of free lanco Every Movomont Hurts When yoUhavo rhcunmtUiu Muscles ur stiff and B ort and Joints nre painful Hood SHrsnphrilla ROCS right to the spot In this dl ease umitrnliica tho ncldlty of tho blood ntn radically cures Accept no substitute 4 u HON F A HOPKINS Present KipiYHpnlitivo in ungross ami pIIIlIllI iminitiri III MIC j ciiul lunNolf Ills rnii rd for tin lirst tirm fhiiild nalilr him to by u larger majority I than before DiinmralH Itl us innkn it so inII I KENTUCKY DAY JUNE 15 The Old Commonwealth Promises to Sot a Now Standard forIWorlds Fair Days j The IKentucky Commission for tin Louisiana 1ttrchiiso Exposition has dieidrd to postpone Kentucky Day from runeJ ind to 1 lnne tloth fund active preparations to nut ko time day one memorable in tho hisI hairIt t are now on No printed invita j I tions uro to bo sent into Kentucky Every IKentuekiim from no matter I inIittdl tacky Press Association will hold KOllluekYII1I tho Exposition Grounds This or ganiation willI I moot first in Louis villa on Juno IJlth longing that night for tho Worlds hair City on r u special train furnished by time Henderson Ron to On Tuesday editorsrI will do a little sight sowing and in tho afternoon be ontortninod nt the Womans Mngaino building outsido time grounds 011 tint o night thoy will FUll The Pike- rI While till programme for Ken f tacky Day is not complete enough is known to announce that it will I 10 full of interesting events The Kentucky Building is to wear ix gala attire anti brass baud music t from the outside and a string or gigoIattractive tine Iho editorsi will I hold an informal session at 10 t oclock in tho morningi followed t by a tour of tho grounds on auto mobiles and on tho Intramural l oclockloast pavilion which is being con ducted by Mrs Humor the famousl cookbook woman At 2 oclock I the regular Kentucky Day oxor eises will begin in Fostival1 hullo consisting of addresses by pro ni- B nont Kentuckians Bpd exKontuck inns After thocoroinonies n re willhi tucks Building thoro will bo a re coption from 8 to 111 oclock Tho invited guests outside of Kentucky will includo the Expositions sow cial list tho Kentucky Society of e St Louis null tho delegates to tho R National T P A Convention On l1 Thursday morning the Kentucky Commission will hold 1a business J 11I ovoningIentertain Kentucky l Building in honor of the eonums 0 stun IDesperationILiving at an out of the way place remote from civilization a family is often driven to despera tion in case of accident resulting I in Burns Cuts Wounds Ulcers BucklonsaI earth 25o at all Druggists The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths Thr IIs auscic pvv Ulinp In IiIcountry most dangerous because so decep deJtharecaurd by it heart disease pneumonia heart or apoplexy are the of kidney disease kidney trouble Is allowed IfI toadvancethe vital kidneyt will pOIsonedI kidneys themselvesi break down and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles most always result from a derangement of the kidney and a cure Is obtained quickest by a treatment of the kidneys If you arc feeling badly you KilmersISwnmpRootbladder remedy It corrects inability to bolt urine and scald Ing pain In passing II and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of bring compelled to- go often during the day and to gel up many limes during the The mild aid the extraordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It the highest for Its won cures off IIhe most distressing cases SwampRoot Is pleasant to take and sold by all druggists In fiftycent and ono dollar sized bottles yoU may havea sample bottle of this wonderful new discovery and a book that tive Many sudden failure often result blood proper night stands derful tells all about It both ilonweraxinp anot sent free by mall Address Dr Kilmer Co BInghamton NY When writing mention reading this generous offer in this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name Swamp Root Dr Kilmers BlnghamlonN BLUEGRASS NURSERIES sIIi IINn 1004 narruKKs Ill TUB MnMoxxri KUtITAMID ORNAMENTALI 8IIKIMK un11E VINivS ASIAKAJU UIIUHAKH SMALL FKUriV And everything fur OUCH A K I LAWN AM GAUDKX fiOXN Afjent Strawberry and tun ernl Catnlojjiio on implication to H F HILLENMEYER SONS L1CXINCJTON KY 1kiyIL tIt ithonoH 7- tBERT u DANIEL ll ailiiii rii rn OWhll Ili- ItEIIusETIe U Tllli NEWBERRYCLAY SHOE CO HUXnXtJTOX W VA Sol ielts the jmtronnsc of mountaiimpr chants and gunrantees sutistuotion R MANS Tabulos Doctors find A proscriptionFor TIll 5CllIt paiket is onotigh for usual oc I cnslnns Tilt family hot tie 60 conts ton tains a upily for u year All druggists sell them MANAGER WANTED Trustworthy lUllor terntory straightcash IOIIilKheadgnarteslixpense BlockChicago TllelirltAiDand11ecklyCourierJournal to O O 0 WlI- For Subscribers to the Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Two Estimates allowed on each yearly subscription Hi The St Louis Worlds Fair is now open to the public since April 30 lAn We invite estimates on the recorded admissions for Monday August It wbe 1904 For nearest correct estimates of the admissions on that day as winjj be recorded and officially announced by officials of the Louisiana Purchase 11thei To tho ono eotiirnting Nearest to tho correct ij number 8500000 port To Second Ioarcst T 100000ttIji J To Third Nearest 50000 iid1U To Fourth Nearont 25000 To Fifth Neara t 16000hi thaToAs announced in Weekly Enquirer See that jxiper for particulars use 1 1flthe coupon there printed or send for blanks All estimates received after midnight of July 31 1904 will be rejected and subscription money B returned to the senderoff l Figures to guido you will uo printed in 1Idlyt11iland Weekly Enquirer often ns obtainable 1 1N100 for a years subscription to the Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 1 1J h entitles the subscriber to TWO ESTIMATES Send for sample copy orfrlB Weekly Enquirer blanks etc etc 5 P 1 K1lmmIIItm011- COLE the Enquirer Profit= Sharing Bureau PO Box 116 Cincinnati On= 0 NN01 EI i 10II roii IUIKK Vo are authorized to an PtRnUE iMiimv UiL W 1KunrK of liiu Its a candidate for the iitlicu tlt1 Jailer of Vtilfo County subject to the i Delimit of the Domocnitic Fort JlllrtI ALIENeI are authorized to an C H Men of Lee City as a candidate for Assessor snh ject to the action of the Democratic party Volt siiKiiirr are authorized to annotiiicoDAY11e ClUlllitlllteIthe action of the Democratic party DR FENNERS KIDNEYand Backache KldncysCUREBladder Dont become discouraged There is a euro for you If mrrssury writ Dr 1 IMIIKT lie hit Nptiii a lift ilmo iMirlns lust such casosiiH yours All consultation Free I hind severo rasp of kidney dleaso and rliiiuniiiNin dlsoliarjjliii Mooily nitii r SuiTiTiil IntiiiM imln My wHo wus scrlDiisly nlTicUcl with fiMiinln troubles Ir rcnnurt Kidney and llaoUuiMioriirocurril ti both F M VIUIMK uulogh l DrucKlsts W SIt hk fnrC oVHn krree PrSTVITUSFor mile by H F Pierntt MEATMALT THE IDEAL TONIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres Lite and Strength in Every Drop A scientific combination of the essential constituents of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT Louisville Ky January ss igoi rFAT1 MALT CO Louisville Ky OenlUmen Hivinrexamin l your Meat and Malt withitxlUte the it 1111 chic kat nen c anal blood tonic It ticltcs the mtitf arl nvignts digestion and K MpccUlly Ixntficul inncrvodi pmUtallon and illdlieascialteiHlctlxuthdcbllitr Yours truly L D KASTENUINK 1011ILouisville College of Plurnucy MEAT MALT CO Loulavlllo Ky LJR F C BAKES PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 1 HAXKLI GUtiEX Will answer all calls and KYISpringwhen GETI VniTD TEHKAISEnvolopi Catloltueltlale t a 9 Lexington and Eastern RailwayMi QuiTimeVEST BOUND rntNoDaily ex = STATIONS = Dally tx Mo Sunday f f slIDoay AMArrjI i I1lMArrdlU 2i am oJllcksOIl 0 7 20 ant 1OJ1teattyveJeUj 3 26 pm buc 7 17 Iuu10I7orrent 10 3 47 pm 8 01 44 401pm I 8 28 nm 5fl Stratton 57 4 30 pmII S IJ7 nm i f4I 89 pm H 10 am iolIlIUIICII pml bro 113 am lOdllichcRter10 10 am IIII LeuiiLMon IJI C 05 pn ani EAST BOUND n No12 Ii C No4 me Daily cxls STATIONS = Dilly u Sunday undsy 1 rjli t 111I IC AJitrerefi 25 pal OIIcxlllgtOIl 0 r 45 amII a 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and Quickest Cure for rill THROAT and LUNG TBOU1 i LEa or MONEY BACK ti- r j L n- n 4 4 A la at Disfigured Skin wted muscles anti decaying bones Wlthavoc I croft11a let alone Is capable of all that more Inn1 1t I debilityUnIleentty cured by Sarsaparillaffiib- a1U1 builds upthe venresbolottsystei 30tber young or old I1Toal I cure hrcr 11ta tlIUnuirtriuItiug am viU tpullc totvttossltii ItunAr linrnatxvlll rot flIE FIEIlAL 9 Willie Waldcek of Bonny was hero this week j G Tritnblo iis tilt guest of his daughter Mrs r T Day Luther Day of Fro OIl took in thecuaiiiuMieoment this week I John Bays n former student at se this 11 aCt was visitingi here this er week ey lorJIt the wife of Win Pack of Gray mi Tuesday of last weok twill ir srr Newt Woinack H and wife of West I erLiberty Wn ismungrolntivos8111- of erfrieud hurt thisi wook President Harris A Jenkins of Kentucky Itiivorsity took in tho coinnioiiciMiiont this wook Rain this wook has boon good for the crops but had for the young ladies who had now hats Drs Nickell und Bakes last wook U perform ll an operation upon tho wife if MrfMiarle Reagan Mrs W T Swango and daughter IytMiss Dora woro guests of Willie a3 Quicksnlll- n and wifo this week Mrs Hilda Day and others deco r rated the grays of lovedones u Monday it being decoration day ty A fresh ear load of corn receiv pp ed and will ho sold at SOc por pm bushel H F lJlmATT itpm apt CoINelson Burgy who was last wook pmcalled to Winchester to soc a sick pm brother returned hero Saturday pm Misses Maggie Rose and Nancy and Sarah Sample woro guests of H F Pioratt and wife for com raencement r f John Cisco who has boon at tending tho Kentucky School of to Medicine at Louisville was n visi weektom i SarKaparilla is the medi tllptiollmdehilityitmlIon W 0 Mizo had a lino cow to die Monday morning for which he would not havo tukon 5U in = gold or greenbacks r Ed Ouoy who is with S S Combs tC Sons Campion took in commencement and visited his mother and sistor this week It was said horo Monday that the local physicians attending Mrs lIAdll hash had informed her that = Louisvillofor 1 nothing further in her case Rev C1E French and wife of x t I horoTuesdnToned to tho beside of her brother i dnngorOtbUS or The many frionds of Dr Andy C a i huehathconflnod to his home and bed as J 6 Jj E 1rFredIS ntlondmg i fop eatspull him through in n formerlypastorat this plnco but now in chargo of f I th ofthebae and Captain of tho ICU hereallsto eo6 was visiting friends H CASTORIA i 1r Jr and Children n Kal You Have Always Bought y thg- s ttueofGt1a5- i j 1 j r In no other Womans magazinedo tho havoatruly educational interest than in tho TwentiethCon issuotakeshTohnTheWorldsbJnmosBostBooksi man Who Heads by Harry Thurs LntortainuteutOrganizationj T11oFairyland Gnrrottpi oftheDrlsmukinghy 1hoMonthsi Markham Hows This DollursBowurdthat connot bo cured by Halls Ca tarrh Cure 1I1 OIIKNKY Co Props Toledo 0 knownFIJ years and JHilieve him perfectly honor able in nil business transactions financially able to carry out any obligntioiH made by his firm WAIWXS KINXAN it MAUVIX Wholosalo Druugists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Curl is taken in torn ally acting tho blood and mmons surfaces of tho system Price 75c per bottle1 Sold by all Testimonials free Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation Tho primary on t f1rf U 111 mOld by the children of I laze iroon Acade my on Monday night was ono of tho most enjtyablo featurea of the commencement exercises and every ono who witnessed will boar us out in the assertion Ithat no whoro can bo produced any brighter little girls und boys than thwso who participated nn the occasion named As each and every one acquitted she or himself with honor we refrain from special nun ttion of any 0110 in particular The piano Holofl duetts trios otc in torsporsod tthroughout the outer tainmont were of a very high class and tho tableau woll arraigned Startling Evidence Fresh testimony in groat quan tity is constantly coming in de IliscoterylforI nnd1Cold8l Hontorville Va sorvos as exam1 plo He writes I hind bronchitis for three years lull doctored nilI the tines without being benefited Then I began taking Dr Kings Xow Discovery and a few bottles wholly cured me Equally effec tive in curing nIl lung and throat troubles consumption pneumonia and grip Guaranteed by all Druggists Trial bottles free regu lar sizes iOc11111 100J Tho attention of our readers who contemplate attending tho Worlds Fair is called to the advertisement of tho Worlds IFair Short Lino Southern Railway Just now the round trip rate from Lexington to St Louis and return is only 870 millI you go through without change This is undoubtedly tho best routn to take and the Lexington agent T W Krows is the most polite painstaking passenger promoter that over cline down tho piko Write to kiln for particu larsOld Granny Parks who lives on tho Ed Little farm abovo Days boro is perhaps the oldest woman ill Wolfo county if not in the Red River valley Sho was 19 years of ago on the mil clayof last March is still active on hor foot and handles her carding combs to mnko rolls Bruce Trimble of tho Mt Stor ting Advocate was horo this wcok looking after delinquents otc = d CONTINUEnro Ralntng fleshThose who troatrCGularand ntroncth by mont with ScoUs Emulsion continuo tho treatmentshould omallor doseIn hot wvoathor milk It objectdoducts durin ttnch tdhto hoAtOd- season Send for rree sample IIOWNE 0 IvnSNew1 or- 04C195 50 and tall aN 1 Richmondidohored mon Sunday and till who hoard it pronounce it a masterly effort rho ico croam supper for tho I benefit of tho Methodist Church brought tho suns ofbutof this amount tho cost of ico etc I must bo deducted which loaves about 15 not However it will pay tho dobt contemplated Tho declamatory contest for acadouly1uosduy Long with Mollio Ono a very close second Indeed many thought she was entitled to tho modal Tho other threo young ladies Misses Del Cravens Ada Spencer acquittedthemselves Robert MI Trim bio member of tho wholesale grocery firm of Trim blo Bros is seriously illlit his sutleriugfrontI of overwork Paralysis is feared find his condition causes his fami ly and friends much concern MI Ir Trimble is widely known over tho State and an excellent citizen 00 n Dr Hakes will next week start for St Louis as tho special replo sentative of Tun HKKAUI at tho Worlds Fair and for him we 1 be speak the courtesies usually ox lendod the press gang by pencil pushers ho may meet lieI con templates a stay of two weeks perhaps and may bo gone longer Hazel1 Green always in advance other towns for the beauty of 10f girls leas this week been filled witha supply from other moun ttain towns and we venture that during the time there has been more beauty lucre than in any town in the hluegruss of equal popula tion We dont mean of course tine kind that is artificial but beauty unadorned That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings NowLife Tills Thousands sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches They make 11110 blood and buildi up your health Only 2 ii cents money back ifnot cured Sold by all Druggists J rading was begun at Cannel City 011 tho now railroad May 11th running from that point to West Liberty flea now road will bo known as tho Cannel City West Liliorty road rind will connect with the Ohio and Kentucky railroad The new road is being built for tho purpose of furthor developing tho coalI fields of MorganI county and is hating financed Iby C A Smith father of tho celebrated W H Smith known as tho boy banker Tho Cosmopolitan announces n series of articles 011 the great in dustries of the United Stales nntl1rnJ1IyJuno issue Glass Making by 1PiII nil H Stewart The illustrations which are numerous give an excellent idea of tho various stages of glass manufacture If tho rest of tho series is as good as the first arti cle it will havo a decided educa tional value The declamatory contest at tho academy on Saturday evening last was won by JamesI T Jones of Daysboro As far as wo hnvo boon able to judge from expressions by tho people Grover Sebastian ofI the flame place was a close second But nil the five young mien engaged acquitted themselves well and demonstrated that thoy arc orators of tho future The othor throe wore Roht I Cord of this place Lenox Swango of Maytown and Bedford Bowman of Athol Hroathitt county 0o Will Porry and MrsI Lula Pin ratt started Sunday evening from hazel Green to Ezel in one buggy accompanied by Berry Picratt und little Valentino Pieratt in another and when below Hazel Groon on I tho State road tho storm camo up i tho wind blowing like n hurricane 0110 buggy had passed a certain point when a tree blow down and i foil across tho road just boforo the other buggy reached tho place I Tho occupants of tho two buggies rather thanwore so scared that risk going further thoy returned I to town It was a narrow escape Tho Kind You Have Always Bought and vlilch tans been In use for ovct 30 years has borne the signature of l anti has been inado wider Ills per Nonol yttllorvlalon slnco its Lnfl ucp 4 Allow no ono to deceive you hi this AM Counterfeits Imitations and Justtuigood ere but Experiments that trlllo with and endanger tho health of Inliiuts Bud ihldreuExpcrlcnco against Experiment I What is CASTORIA CnsioriaiIs a harmless substitute for Castor Oilt Pare gone Drops multi Soothing Syrupy It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys AVornm attl allays FevcMishnrss It cures Ihuh n and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation end Flatulency It assimilates tile Food regulates tho Stomach and JSowels giving healthy and natural sleep Tlio Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Boars tho Signature o- fsy urn e The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THC CINTAUN COMPANY TT MUMMY TntKT NEW VODN CITY 0 Great Clearailco Sa1 2500000 WOFTttOP Springd Summ- erCLOTHING Regardless of Costii On account of the lateness of the sea Hai son we must reduce our large stock regardless of cost We are not waiting until the season is over to make this sacrifice but do it at the beginning of the season NOWCheviot 99larGreat reductions in all Mens Suits and Pants250 Boys 411Wool Pants for In erp rice 4 5 and 600 j 250 Boys Suits former price 1150 WOW 750 350 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 koniBi fe ifniii BftranSfi LEXINGTONS LEADING CLOTHIERS T 0 VAUGHN P H DAVIS VAEJIN J flAVISSucccHHors to 01V Howe Wholesale and Retail Liquor Dealers Grocers Etc gCllts for Juexlxistoii BeerSpecial attention given to tho filling af mail orders Home Phone 31 Lang Distance JO kLlt ISlJ1ERfJXNGII roo x3 1JUCRto AFTER USiNg A H HEALTH AND VITALITYT333X aOTO ai i xff3mx ir3BxiJntta rzxAxsrTho great remedy for nervous prostration and all dUcasea of the goocrttlr fdnheodImfaor Tobacco or OpIum which load to Couumpllol1 and lass ur With ever betB 4- A IJ 0J I 4 Mj 4 t IT t tf t k a I Dragging Pai 2825 Keelev St- GUIOAOO ILL Oct 2 1002 suffered with falling and con gestion of tho womb with severe pains through tho groins I suf feted terribly at the time of men struation had blinding headaches and rushing of blood to tho brain What to try I knew not for it i BOOmed thnt I had tried all and failed but I haul never tried Wine ol Cardui that blcsaed remedy for sick women I found it pleasant to take and soon know that I had tho right medicine New blood seemed to course through my veins and after using eleven bottles I was A well woman I t4Mrs Hush is now in perfect health because nlie took Wino of Cardui for menstrual disorders bearing down pains and blinding headache when nil other remedies failed to brink her relief Any sufferer may secure health by tak lug Wino of Cardui in her home The first bottle convinces tho pa tient nhe in on till road to health For ndvico in cases requiring special directions address i symptoms The Ladies Advisory Department The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Te- nnWINECARDUIi t r UNCLE SAMS i i WONDERS All Uxectitivc Departments Send Treasures to thej r Worlds Fair I Display Installed In the Largest Gov ernmental Exposition Building Ever Conttructed Precious Docu menu Relics of Famous r Statesmen and Soldiers ip Working Postal to- I Exhibit i I f States u Tho United Government build fag nt the Worlds Fitlr oconiiles nn I elevnted site Just south of the main i picture of the Exposition The great central dome of the llovernment build r Ing Is visible front the very center of f the I nlr looking ncross the picturesque fiunUen garden that lies between time Palaces of Mines and Metallurgy and LUumil Arts The hill slope In front of the Gov ernment building IH terrncetl with broad utiilrwnys almost completely covering the slope The building Is 800 feet long by J5O feet wide nod Is the largest Htmeturo ever provided nt nn exposition by the federal government lIt lin dlHtliikUlshed from all the other largo + buildings at the Kxposltlou by tho steel truss construction tho entire root being supported by Steel arches forming a splendid domed ceiling 1rIn this building are Installed the ex ihlblts of all the executive departments of the government The building Is a ivnst storehouse of an endless variety of tivnsures dear to the heart of every true American Precious documents are to be seen here and the autography I of our great men of the past are on display Holies of famous statesmen mill soldiers carefully preserved through generations are exhibited Lack governmental department limy In stalled an exhibit showing Its olllclal character nnd mode of operation i Hnterlng tho Government building from the eastern end the visitor sees nt lila lift a railroad postolllco CUP riils lfs not n moro coach standing tulle I 10UISUXA rUBCHABB MOHDMSNT WOULD L rAa r but Is one of the most Improved mall cars In which men attached to the United States railway mall service arc actively engaged In throwing the malls Here you will see the postal clerks at work just as they work while speeding along n railroad track A curious collection of old time rel Ics from tho postofflco museum nt Wnllhln too llltwtratw as no verbal description can do the crude begin nings of the postal system One of these relies Is au old fashioned stage coach that once carried United States mulls through a portion of tho Louisi ana purchase territory President ItooHovelt who once Inspected It ex amined with a rough riders Interest the bullet holes which stage robbers nllll mountain brlgnmls shot throughh I Its stiff leathern curtains Generals Bliermnn nUll Sheridan and President Gardcld rode lu this old coach during the strenuous days of frontier life Among the collection of documents showing the primitive postal metliodH In vogue In the early dnyH Is to be coon the old book of accounts kept by the first postmaster general Henjamln Franklin mill written by hand There Is a rare collection of stamps Includ big ancient Filipino Porto Klean and Cuban KtanipH The postotllee depart ments exhibit occupied lil5 square foot Across the aisle at the right Is the exhibit of the new Department of Commerce rind Labor occupying 1055 Hiiir feet This exhibit shows wliat the new executive department stands for nod what It Is accomplishing Mr Carroll n Wright United States Com ii missioner of Labor bad charge of thy preparation of the exhibit Charts ar ranged by him showing the rapid growth of the nation In agriculture arts manufacture population tic are of Npeelal Interest to sociologists and students of till labor problem The 11111 arena exhibit Is made In this It shows the tabulating ma Hilncs used In compiling tin census reports The Lighthouse Hoard also op erating tinder this department shows till great revolving louses in Ilight house with other Interesting appli ances The space in the projecting north west comer of time building Is devoted to the Library of Congress The oH lice which houses tills library at Varh III ton I h held by many architects to be tho most beautiful building In tho world Its Interior decorations by Kl HUT Kllsworth Garnsey furnish one of the chief delights of a visit to the national capital A large model of this splendid building Is a feature of the exhibit Tho decorative features of the Interior lire reproduced In their original colors The next exhibit on the right hand nlde of the central aisle Is that of the Interior Department occupying 117012 piiuaro feet In this large space the visitor find so ninny things of com polling Interest that he U loath to leave rile Patent Otllce exhibit belongs to this section There are mod els of many machines that have borne an Important part in time development of the nations Industries The earliest form of every device of human Inven than so flit as possible Is shown here Fur Instance you muy sec the actual sewing machine that whim the first con trivance of Its kind every constructed It was patented In 1810 by Kilns IIowo The Ilst typewriter patented by C Thurber In ISIJ the 1114x10 of time first cast Iron plw patented by Charlie Newbold In 1707 the first screw pro peller invented by Hubert Hook hI 1580 and ninny other first things tire to tie seen The model of Abraham Lincolns celebrated device for lifting steamboats ofT shoals IIs shown here The first harvesting machine made In the year ir0 H C Is one of the amos ancient exhibits at the Exposition There Is also a model of the first termI engine iiuulo in Egypt in time same year Hvery foot of the 200000 feet o floor space In Uncle Sams AVorhs Fair building Is occupied by exhibits of surpassing Interest and every phase of tho peoples welfare Is shown False ofSuicido Obodiixh Roberts n distiller lit ing n few miles down tho river has had living with him as a mom bor of his household for some time a young man by tho name of Curt Robinson Young Robinson lust neigltboraIlouso turned limo story goes thnt ho was found the next morning in the neighbors houso dead As soon as tho discovery was made tho Coroner wns notified who summoned a jury and an inquest was held limo verdict of tho jury was to time olVoct that Robinson came to his death by his own hand This is not believed by some and it is assorted that tho grand jury will basked 1 e to make an investigation Tho refusal to accept tho version of suicido is based on tho fact that Robinsons clothing was not pow dorburned at tho point of tho bulI lots contact with tho hodvhic was ovor tho region of the hearti Take TilE HERALD nnd Courier Journal both ono year for 100I Eyo Cut By Wire Dan II Center n tenyearold boy was brought to tho Good Sn sufforIiugfeared will cost him his left oyo Tho boy was brought by his father Dr G 1L Center of Hazel Green and they arrived on tho 810 L it Entrain The boy was taken to an eye specialist who recom mended that ho be taken to the hospital where proper taro could be taken of him rite young fellow was fixing a woight on a gate when ho met with the accident Thursday He had rigged up a wiro on which lie had pome weights to tho gate and to a post Tho idea was to automati cally close the gate As ho was driving tho staple info the post tho weights pulled tho wire loose and it struck the boy in the eye cutting it For three days tho eye did nut improve and us inllama tion had sot in und the nyo seemed to bo in a dangerous condition Dr Center brought tho boy horn While tho physician in attendance thinks tho eye can bo saved it is said to he dangerously hurt LEE CITY LOCALS I Leo City wns full of people today attending tho funeral of ID 15 Stamper Thon was 5Gl counted at the grave yard and his grave was w 1111COInl trll Hrother Huntnr gave a linn sermon It way woll appreciated by the congrega tion He was a ilrothor in the Junior Order U A M1 John T Graham nil wife and J1 J R Terri 11 and wifn loft Leo City unroii to to Ilollio to decorate their babys grave and to mourn loved ones that aro gono boforo and in tho arms of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ w hero narrow is tho path und few there bo that timid itiA M1 MillerI from Simpson is visiting Ins many friends at Lee City this week IliNNIK Smmobody got into Jim Cncils soda pop refrigerator on Tuesday night und stole 18 bottles lie re covered 10 of the empty bottles yesterday morning Mrs Dora Swango of West Liborty accompanied by her bro ther Hoono Lacy visited hero this week the guests of John Rose and wife Subscribe for THK HKUALD our our be do be all Dyspepsia Allure compound of Tojau is 1 Tomorrow never be- Have thought little todayFor cents day you leave to yourdoath Hadnt something benefit than to It know waste as much The State Mutual life Assurance Association WORCESTER MASK a to and liehct c ROSE MT STERLING KY v ll The Ball Game I There being a great many plo in town yesterday the Hazel Green base ball team telegraphed the Jackson nine to come down for i a play Tho latter got together n scrap team from Jackson Stanton and Clay City and arrived hero by 2 As soon as tho visiting team had a lunch at the Day House repaired to the campus and the game was called The home team was also some thing of a scrap team in that it Dussc1hnrl j i of Morehoud Stint Russell The visitors were v badly i willishowthey had no practice for a I playeditj John Mayne traveling tho Ball Warfiold drug company umpired I tho game Tho score follows JACKSON 1 123 11 5 0789K- aton 0 0 0 01 000001 Thompson 0 gOO 0 0 0 0 I- ICuullillJhlll1l0 0 0 I 0 0 0 0 0 I- ICIIIIIIJlIO 00000000- T tilcuttire0 1 0000000Lyons 0 00000000ll- nrpisI 0 0 C 0 0 0 0 0 0I IInlltlillO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 K 1IcGuire1 0 1 0 U 0000 OIIOOUOOO MAXIM iltlHN18Irrt780I Hus nbnrcerI I 0I I I 0- LtllIlCO 1 0 0 1 1 1 I0 0 Ic1iarumidII 10111110I 1 I Hays 0001 0111 lIICkIII11 00101I l100 Unwell 1 0010000 0I lard 0 00000000M- ann 0 000010101ieratt 0 I10001010 i I I 0 1 2 o 1 1 I I Hazel Green 2 SIJackson 2 Will Start a Paper 1rof E W McDiarmid who was formerly assistant teacher at Green Academy was hero week taking in the commencement and renewing his acquaintance is connected with the Morehead school and recently be cattle again the proprietor of the printing dllico at that place which he proposed to improve and again a paper Tho Mountaineer wont out of existence last wlok1 It seems like wo heard eaid lucre ij in Hazol Green that the Moun tiiineer would bury HKIIAU i i but tho lear old written theI obituary of somo forty since its birth I NA1Uttl purifies the atmosphere and renders surroundings habitable by sending the- and the rain We too should purify UAealtH is to restored or mtlnUiucd When the bowels not move regularly your liver Is out of and you cannot well The food lies undigested on the stomach generating foul gases poison the bOO and frequently Induces chronic alletenU and long of suffering If troubled with constipation take PIANTKRS NUBIAN TUAthe certain cure for Dowel troubles biliousness vertigo bad breath costal sour in mouth insomnia abltomenlsymptoms healthful vegetable the onty rfntrJjr that fiositivfljr eurfs Constipation nnd ratoret every the body to vigorous and healthy action All druggists sell it or we send it prepaid by malt 23c a package 5 packages 100 Sample and booklet free to any address Tennrmay over about time wife anil rims in ease should die 10 a can you better put it in of waste and you you la better than bank invest in you costs profits C B poo 30 all had for IOU 00 Ha zel this Ho now issue it Ill has oodles order that years tongue taste organ you yon etc TSoutnerQ 43 MILES THE SHORTEST FairOnly NLiE from J xlt Louis TRISS rincooweuielceLankat theR t1 Schedules i Ors DAYLIGHT TRIPliSt Louis Exposition Limited Leave jtilLeavei J jjjjjf11l 4snelaridLexingtaatoNICHT TRIP FlyerLeave i m dailyArrivedallySlIidCouehe Day jj withliltconnec tion nt Union Station St Loul with Wa a CandirectgroundsHound Lexllglolidays1issixtydaysi 1eembert6lhricketsIIUOTI rules IdnyiiCoaeliConch KxMiisioii tickets on salt on special r dates For ill fo 11 lilt I 1011 call on or write 1L C lKING Ticket Agent I IyIAgentSU KyCI I lnii1IrlyCI 1 i St Louis bl- oSMOKERS ATTENTION QJlJiA 11 1 811CJ O PipeYOU For the same price you mint may for ordinary pipe you get a pipe which the poisim froiii till tobacco No 10llheart Nothing to change elegant refined easiest to clean perfection smokers scientific nntrtictiun Postpaid 15 cents ffiTAgents wanted illCIIKIST Ili1HCl CO Inc Dept IIOl liroadway New York ANTEDTRDSTWORTHY LADY or Gentleman in manage business in bit 11ofdirect headruuiters Kxpenec money advanced posit on iierinaiuiit Address Mannger 105 Motion liuildini Chicago 1- J TUB HKHALD and ConnerEJournal both to any address 1 And now is the Itime to subscribe c I MOORE GOOnS THAN M NEY I titgAnd11 goods We have everything you halal want Shelves tables all full and must be cOllntersJ room fo- rXorc StID Onliflg I We have the best uptodate stock of GEN IERAL MERCHANDISE that ever struck Hazel pyFORi 1 t pWe will not credit So please do not 1 1 ask it Give us a call and you will never regret it i tlhHtiiP AUUUUi jvPROMISED US WILL YOU H F P 0 I