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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j ra TllEHAZELGRFHERALD p f March 11885biado Famous In the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORoll = = c p NDIETINIII YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNK 10 JflOl NUMBER JO 6r pCitjIilltlirThe Oldest Most YearoperWAsi ILL rIWNlrYYJ YlKTYf Ml Vsi ftl ifo cfalfoA iJt ft Cashiora WINCHESTER KY PAID UP CAPITAL 10000000 ItirWo solicit your banking business and promise you prompt and- Y J careful service every attention and SikFt coyFt n A ft I 3 DIRECrOHS ill WILLIS F ill WILLS J D ImpSOn- J F5Rf11PT011is REI wE1IFRVE URB N260 pays for a 1gallon jug of 6yearoldAN1D Wg PAY lXl R1SS CHARLS 285 pays for a 1gallon jug of 8yearoldANI 1VE 1tV 1X PRESS CIIAmms 300 pays for a 1 gallon jug of e AlIt1S ct1111t1ES 320 pays for a 1gallon in bottlesl 111 10yearoldA- NI IA EXPItISS C11AIGI- SWe ship all orders packed in a plain sealed box so no one can tell what they contain and pay all charges to your nearest express office safe and entire full measureWe guarantee absolute purity satisfaction in or YOUR MONEY BACKevery way letter draftMoney Order registeredRemitby Postoffice or Express to and addressremittances payablecertified check Make HAGAN DISTILLING CO La A nico etched glass and corkscrew froo with every order KY GnaranteeU Goods That Please or Your Money Back is always good Ask the Lexington Bank OUT OF INK7 VALUE FOR I AND NEVERTHE WORLD lOfJj cost or PC1cil IOOIotnl value 70Cl Saves of Check Punch 3500 j value of years Ink Supply t =si AaM 0 F I N D B LrI uceds ahnrpening Wllllnllt yearn Lunn- kvesit breaks or t ingtwnter only to THollucc boat nk nnywhcre Tulin newer nut cold llntultcd IUiO Nen Ink rnnkblg Cnrtrldgms iu cost lItICE Plain 100 ChUled I thnred mull 2c extra BlIIJJlS lONLIA IA BIB 10UN green blg4 rnlillir IOc each Ity intrinsic not inflatedviolet fir black c or 3110 Our lcn values lire TAIV sPiply oo 260frtSIifi i okbottleabolishcdk FESSwill years IRh01NPAIN 1E 0 Uept X1liat Brondway NI11VOIDt8 JAMES B CECIL Successor to Cecil Bros is now receiving 11 nnv stock of ilt t riif Lt l1il t surdwill c In fact everything carry n lino of Fruits Vegetables storeBi 1 so propiotor of the l 10rtT 11 AE IJS NIt nod in his bestraveling men will be treated in n homuliko and manner vehicles wIll ro i 4 iLff STABLE horsos coive tho best attentIon boIle elan carries 7S J2s tall r 1TIIDO off a dustersrobeshc Rillmake to order any thing ill that lae Lap sold at a close frKYwill bo kept in stock and everything I 1III of profit Y ilL illILLEI I T PRILLIPS B I J R BtllRUTALCC1Z 2 I r pB delivery or LEXINGTON CityOnf AROUND cost ELt for tho reel rime If Mo vv V V4 Inn winonnstnI Bank i j WINCHESTER KY t j fjI 1 J I NinelleeOfi V HurjiiiM i i i Il I IlnniUonm Drjioult of 4 I g fover I I I 70000000 This hank solicits ccounts of- G Z- I merchants farmers trade and bus I bless men generally throughout nIt J ern olTers its custom jvrs every raclllty and the most liberal genus within the limits of legitimate banking loct2ly VSfirTime and again wo have appealed to those of our subscribers in arrears Ito come In and pay up We need money to buy paper and ink and pay the printer Come in and attend to this today i FIGHT WITH A WILD CAT A Cincinnati Travoling Man Has the Fight of His Life in the Wilds of Wolfe A thrilling story of an adven taro with a wild cut had by a Cin cinnati drummer comes from tho region of country lying between Torrent and Zachariah a Htnall commercial center of two or three stores Xachariah is reached from Torrent by two routes one being the wagon road which compasses n distance of three miles button the two Ipuints while the other rout is a pathway which meanders L11 rougha densely wooded and rocky ravine to Xachariah and ii- a in much shorter cut to that place Drummers frequently travel1 thisi shorter route afoot to soil their wares although it is well known that the trip is always dangerous because of tho habitations of wild cats in that vicinity and not la few have boon killed there by old hunters Just at dusk a few days siilco a Cincinnati traveling salesman Mr ILL Reynolds resolved to make the haardous trip from Torrent to Xachariah through the ravines and return the next morning lie had reached tho point whore tho path ascends a stoop place nail de scends to the ravine again Igor he hoard coming from a dense mass of undergrowth series of growls nod taking in the situation at once ho summoned his skill as a stone thrower and stooping down gathered a stone as largo an his fist with which to milieu a light Ho stood motionois for dovolop ments while the growls became louder and it seemed to bo ap proaching nearer to him He bent ovor Hlightly and peering into the mass of undergrowth ho detector tho monsters fiery eyes Tho wild tint was only five foot from him and crouching to make a spring at him As quick as lighting almost the salesman hurled the stone at tho glaring eyes with nil his might and thou a terrific scream rent the air which was reverberated by tho tall cliffs on either side of him The animal was stunned but not dead and then the salesman sprang into the brush und seizing his adversary by the throat applied a grip which soon brought time fierce boasts career to acloec Hy was a monster measuring Mr Reynolds said six feet from tho tip of tho note to tho tip of tho tail Ho shipped the animal to Cincinnati the next day whore it will be stuffed by a taxidermist- Mr Reynolds has been travoling in tho mountains for many years and ho said ho never felt more grateful to tho mountaineers for teaching him to become skilled and accurate in throwing stones which pastime ho often indulges in with thom while stopping at thoir homos during his long and hazardous tours through this re gion It iH not generally known by tho outside world that tho Ken tucky mountaineers are tho most expert people in tho world out throwing stones as well as use of time rifle und there are extant many interesting and true nc counts of thoir performance in this lino of sport Old Inclo Iko Torry of Hroathitt und now post eighty onco killed an ox by tho throw of a stone standing Tfiyardfl from tho object Ouo of tho Tnul JOCB a pioneer was in tho habit of killing doer with stones I hopo to be spared of another experience like tho one I had in that dark ravino said Mr Rey 110ldsliMy lifo was in danger and I know it Just imagine my escape depended upon that throw of the stone If I had missed my aim it would have boon up to mo Jackson Hustler OAfllFOXtX iisrstl 1I1 K1 YaI H1r111tIt littlg mt 8ututof Jrr + rhr 4JA II SENT TO LEEaChange of Venue Enacted in Case of Bummer Spicor The case of tho Commonwealth I against Uummor Spicor for tho killing of James Johnson eras argued before Judge1 Riddoll at Jackson Monday morning on u motion for a change of venue by defense and Commonwealths At torney James K Roberts for tho prosecution Tho defense produced tho ul1ieIIitt of seven witnesses for the purpose of showing that tho case should not be transferred I front tho county Tho common wealth produced the allidavits of Mrs Johnson mother of Janus Johnson1 and her sister MrsI IIlord Their ailidavits worn to the uOoct that a fair truth could not bo had hon and that different men haul HO expressed themselves but woro afraid to make allidavits Tho court took the motion under con sideration and announced that UW CURl would bo Hunt to Loo county Startling Evidence Fresh testimony in grout quan tity is constantly coming ill de daring Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption Cougha ami Colds to bo 1 111 1111 lull A recent expression from T1 JJ McKarland Hontorville Va servos us exam ple He writes HII had bronchitis for three yours null doctored all the timo without being benefited Thou 1 began taking Dr Kings Now Discovery tad a few bottles wholly cured me lICqually ofloc tivu in curing all lung and throat troubles consumption pneumonia and grip Guaranteed by all Druggists Trial bottles free rugu lar sizes 50c and 100 About Job Printing Tin HKHAID ofiico has recently adduct several fonts of now typo embracing tho latest styles and is now bettor than ovor prepared to do job printing of all kinds Mer chants and professional men of this section are especially invited 1laciugthoirheads envelopes bill bonds state ments otc On bill loads and statements wo can give bettor bar gains thin anybody Baptist As sociations are also invited to got our estimates as we are hotter pre pared to do this class of work than any oflico in Eastern Kentucky We have two firstclass stitching machines and our other facilities are unsurpassed In this connec tion it is appropriate also to say that with over 10 yours experience at the printing business wo are inn position to save all of our pa trons money In short wo court comparison and defy competition on any and all kinds of printing and will appreciate any order how over largo or small Notice to Taxpayers of Hazel Green Ky I hereby request you to have tho money or claims allowed or cur tificates of claims by Juno 20 1001 to settle yourtown tax J will cull on all of you about that time as tho town needs the monoy I must have it All who dont pay will be levied on after tho 20th of Juno Respectfully yours AMIKUT DYE Town of Hazel Green 8870 ROUND TRIP To Worlds Fair via Southern Railway I Ticket on solo May Hint Juno 2nd 7th Otli llfli Itttli 9Ut 24rdl 28th noel 30thgcad to return lIovett days lrom Lexingtonor CAHS HSrFot further information write or call on T W KItEWtiITraveling Paaanger 89 Eat Main Street LexingtonKy it PAPERS Caa and Jffe far MlOLDf tttlMeattliati priN e L1 I w =TIE IEMLB d SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY Juno 10 HUM Tim Loiiisiiillo Post authority for tho statement that tho Bock hntnIIngor forces which domirnt ted tho State Convention at Louis villa last week are nftor tho scalp of Ilomi1 C S IMackburn as United States Sonator and inti mates Unit Judge Alex P Hum phrey of Louisville will bo tho man to succeed him May bo HO but anybody who knots Sonator 1 Hlackburn will bo slow to liol love 1 that that gentleman will sloop on his rights Ho is too well skilled I in political affairs to lot any man boost him out of Iris soot without i first making a strenuous ottort to I hold IL Jon Blackburn has made I I faithfulIto do with thll Hfdoet iOIl of a United States Sonator and it should hnvo Mr Blackburn iis away ahead in Limo race for mulled to his native ability ho has had the ox perience of years in both branches of Congress which eminently fits him for tho covotod and uxaltod position nod our legislators know ing those things will bo slow to seek a change to an untried mini lFor one TIIK HKKAII bolioves Ithat all governments would be hotter were they to hold 011 to good men when they are once discovered Senator Cockroll of MissouriI is now serving his thirtieth year in 1 1the Senate of the United States and for the very reason wo have above named The poopleof that State having discovered that ho tilled tho bill refused to swap him to an unknown quantity And I MissouriII t Mr Blackburn is to Kcntcky Hence wo opine that ho will hold his place a albeitt some of the would be leaders would like In son him ousted to make roost for some OIIB whom they might be able to control Strength Cotnn from vnll illiroAtiMl and thoroughly xlmlltittMl food hoods SnrHnimrlllik town limn illirciitlvn omits mad thus build up Dm i ntriMiLtli If you nro Lottlni run down boeln taking hoods nt once =TIIK people of Cripple Crook Colorado are so incensed against union Inhor that they are deporting ovary man who affiliates in any- Way with the union Iho cause of tho trouble originated at Cripplo Crook whore n lot of union miners laid a mine of dynamite under a railroad platform and killed and wounded about seventy nonunion minors hall blood has existed over since and no nun can tell when or how tho trouble may Inl1 That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings NowJJifo Pills Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches They make yourhealthmonoybnckDruggists TIIK daily papers for a work past hnvo contained accounts of how a Hatnosed nogro wench of Now York victimized Mr Platt to tho tune of about 700000 At lastt when tho vampire had bled him to the dregs ho called a halt and hind hor arrested for extortion But alas tho money has gone the way of Wards ducks Hannah Elias is tho name of tho female pirate and tho records show that she has spout thousands of dollars to have her skin blenched without success nntl on ono occasion silo sot up a magnificent establishment on Plntta money and tried to palm herself off as n Cuban I ts + t IIQUit friends tho Japanese wore I sevornlII armyof which they are rapidly depleting About 70 per cent of tho engagements between tho two armies have resulted in favor of tho Japs and at this rate it is only a question of a little time until tho Mikados forces will wipe out tho Czars army although itaggre gates throe tines that of tho Japa nese American sympathy is with tho latter and many citizens of the United States would gladly lend a helping hand if they dared do so Worst of All Experiences Can anything bo worse that to fool that ovary minute will bo your last Such was the experience of Mrs S 1 II NOWHOII Doeatur Ala- I For three years she writes I endured insufferable pain from in digestion stomach and bowel trou bIn Death soomod inevitable when doctors and all remedies failed At length I was induced to try Electric Bitters mind the re suit WitH miraculous I iimproved at once and now Im completely recnvnred I For1 Liver Kidney Stomach and Bowl troubles Electric hitters is tho only medicine Only 50 e Its guaranteed by all Druggists Republican Convention Jhollepuhlica11sof11olfocone ty are hereby notified to moot in miss convention at tho courthouse in the town of Campton Ky on Suit urday June Jiith MUM at one oclock pIll for the purposo of selecting delegates to attend the Congressional Convention to bo hold at Paintsvillo Ky Juno 20th 1001 to nominate a candidate for Congress in the Tenth District of Kentucky BKNI SKWKU Chr Rop Con Wolfo Co H S SntADMNc Soc Hop Con Wolfe Co TIIK impression that 1 hud with drawn from tho race for Stato Senator has boon so pronounced that some of my friends have called upon mo to remonstrate against such nn notion II did not with draw laid no idea of doing so but dropped out my announcement t be cause I needed the space for other matter Now to my friends mind all others who contemplate sup purling mo I wish to say that I am still in tho race and intend to stick it out Without egotism I think I can say with truthfulness that I have done as much for tho Democratic party and boon as truo to tho mountain peoplo generally as any mUll in the district T need tho oilico for the emoluments and believing I have honestly earned it Il ask tho Democrats of tho en tire district to give me thoir sup port for tho nomination Yours for Democratic success SlKXCKH COOIKU un A Summer Home A modorn summer home illus trated in Tho Delineator for July commends itself not only to those who dwell in torrid ones but as woll to those in Northern parts who build with an aim of lesson ing tho discomforts of tho summer climate In tho exterior Portland content and roughsawed 1 chestnut graystained are tho main factors giving a solidity that is woll cal culated to resist tho rays of the sacrificiugtillmodious highcoiled rooms and groon woodwork within contribute to tho appearance of coolness while a quaint ell out is given by time furnishings and decorations Cozy inglonooks and interesting mantels are other attractive fort tures of this summer homo oodyLncy tryingtowas a native of this county und for a year or so was in tho lf S army in the Philipines whoro he contracted chronic diarrluua ntod was discharged Subsequently lie contracted typhoid fever of which ho died Hence Iho ground for a pension J CtY Iss c t1 I IBig Shipment of Logs The largert hIJllflIt of ing that ever wont down the Kentucky river is reported to have passed through Luck No 5 the tint ft lost wook It is said tho river was blocked for a distance of too milesi and passing steamers hind to stop in thoir course until the rafts could ho prized aside sufficiently to afford thorn a passago Jn all thoso rafts contained 50000000 foot of white oak timber nilof which is destined for shipyards at Liverpool England Tho largest log is GO feet in lengthanti is pquarod to 550 inches containing 1500 foot of lumber and there is no piece in this lot which is less thou forty feet in length fho timber will be taken to Cincin nati where it will lie loaded on tho cars and taken to tho son board This is the first run mndo on a contract of 80000000 feet of timber to be taken from Casey count and all shipped to the same parties All timbers iro squared before starting from tho forest The 50foot pioco is said to 1 ho the largest singlestick that ever coma down the riverItle- rsuu News Driven To Desperation Living at an out of the way place remote from civilization a family is often driven to despera tion in case of accident resulting jn Burns Cuts Wounds Ulcers etc Lay in a supply of Buck Ions Arnica Salvo I Its the best on earth fJc1at all Druggists Tom Gillaspie who was hurt in tho mill of Sullivan Congloton at Lexington some ton lays ago and taken to loud Samaritan Hospital died at that institution Monday night of his iinjuries The deceased was a single man be longed to tho Odd Follows and it is presumed they will have charge of time funeral Tho remains ar rived at Holechawa yesterday at lL2S whom they wore taken in charge by some of his relatives Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor Iand cheerfulness soon6 MJT Jirf1 disappear when the kid neys are out of order I or diseased y Kidney trouble has 1 prevalentWj i bornii kldiates too often if the urine scalds the flesh or if when the child reaches an age when It should be able to control the passage it Is yet afflicted with bed wetttng depend upon it the cause of the difficulty is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these important organs This unpleasant thekidneyssupposeWomen men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheofSwnmpRootby druggists In fifty fTA II cent and one dollar sles You may have a fiI11 2 sample bottle by mall SWRIIIIItOOtIngthousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer be Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name Swamp Root Dr Kilmers BinghamtonN U BERT DANIEL llriiiliiliiirturH OuliiKsvlllv Ky IIKritKSKNTINtt TIIK NEWBERRYCLAY SHOE CO HtNTINGTON W VX Solicit tho patronage cif mountain miler cliiinti and guarantee satisfaction WANTEDTRHSTWORTHY LADY- or ilicntlciimn to ninim o business In this sold anil mil adjoining territory for house of finnncliil sinnding WOO straight rush salary and expenses pull cncli Monday moneyitdvnncedManager GOo Motion Imildiug Chicago MANACER WANTED tnaungelilISIIICNatory for well ntrll favorably known hottso of solid financial standing 2000 straight cash salary and expenses paid each Mon headgnnrter1xpense 11leckChicago I 1TnE HERALD and Courier yearAud J 1 II i 00001m For Subscribers to the Cincinnati Weekly Enquirert Two Estimates allowed on each yearly subscription t 4 The St Louis Worlds Fair is now open to the public since April 30 1 We invite estimates on the recorded admissions for Monday August and 1904 For nearest correct estimates of tea dJ oral IS W1UbePurchaseExpositionthe Weekly Enquirer 10000 as follows To tho ono estimating Nearest to tho correct number 8500000 J To Second Nearest 100000 day To Third Nearest 50000PTo Fourth Nearest coilToTo Next 310 Noarest 81000 each 310000 0- the As announced in Weekly Enquirer See that paper for particulars useat I the coupon there printed or send for blanks All estimates received after J 1 midnight of July 31 1904 will be rejected and subscription moneyLion returned to the sender i bus Figures to guide you will he printed in Daily I mill Weekly Enquirer often as obtainable item this 100 for a years subscription to the Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer entitles the subscriber to TWO ESTIMATES Send for sample copy ofAWeekly Enquirer blanks etc etcdtoIIItKKAL TKIiaiS TO AGSTSJtime Enquirer Profitsharing Bureau PO Box 716 Cincinnati 0 arum Nnl ANNOl CE t ENlHII rout JlII PERDUE We arc authorized to an I I uounco G W IKUDUK I of Lace M a candidate for the oilico of tailor of Wolfe County subject to tile notion of the Democratic party roil ASSKSSOK I W mire authorized toALLEN I iiotinceO It Allen of allII lulIliCII party tIt STAT I SINATllI- tWHEELER We lire IIlIthnrizltlto nounco SAM WHKISL ERas a candidate fur State Senator to represent tbN district subject to tho action of the Democratic party JOlt SIIKKIFK DAYWe mire authorized to aniinuticn clllltlitlllteforthe action of the Democratic pnrty MEAT MALT THE IDEAL TONIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres Life and Strength In Every Drop A scientific combination of the essential andPURE I taoaME4tT l1ltJwithItstanbleItexcitesprostntlonandalldlscasesattended trulyLLouisville Colleje of Prmacy MEATS MALTOO Louletllle KJ10 JR F C BAKES SURGEONHAZEL KYWillmay be found SpringwhenM I 4 Lexington and Eastern RaUwarri i Time Table in Effect May 22 1904 1 a I WEST BOUND C- rlNol1 A NoaAifl IIII DailjrtadSundayI I I AMArrj I PlUrr nIiI i 211 nom 2O 326 pm Me 7 47 ant i011orrcnt JO 3 47 pa Sum 8 01 UIII j14 401 pmft8 28 UIII 5i Stanton 157 4 30 pm 887 tau ti2 Clay City 62 439 pm LEJunn70IuO8pme wa f = p i EAST BOUND nm- N oono S Daily ex Daily and Sunday p STATIONS a Sunday In 1 titI3 io pm 20 Wlllchester 201 8 121111 I 3 SO poi 10 Clay City 40 0 13 in St 1 00 pm II StlllltllnII 23 am 4 35 1pin 57 Nat Bridge 3 95111 4 VJ 11111121 Torreiit Ii2 1008 amBi5 11 io 1029 0 11 llIIliOIBellttveJc 001126m 64- Ii 15 04 11 30 in XOH 3 and I mike close connection for Ciinncl City on Ohio and Ken lucky Hailway Division dally except Sun to foNUNbewithmill local points f tntlollccpt Sunday J It BAlm Genl Manner CHAS SCOTT Uen 1nss Agent a1OC 0 K BRANCHKthe EAST HOUND Ra = ti No 33 21 Daily ex STATIONS I INo tr Sunday i y SUD 1adl 3 30 0 Jackson 11 20 3 35 0 OK Junction 1o U 26 tI 1152 atItcIif 18 22 Ilelechnwaof5 15 27 Cannel1 City 271n 45 PM Atm I IPMAJ WEST HOUND a No 3V Non d- O IIfex = STATIONS 11I nall Sundayexsa- Ar uA 8 Lvs27II7 103 7 41 19HelechawaUl t 22 7 50 13 t 2 8 30 10 Jlatuptoo20 152 e 58R 1 J 25 OOAK Junction27 2 30 i I 30 I Jacksontt Nos21 and22 wall ntuke close connectionI t- nt 0 A K Junction with NOB 3 and 4 fort the mid Eatttrn KaU points on Lexington way M L COXLEY 1 Superiiitenden R IPANS Tnbules Doctors findiA Good prescriptiont For mankind The 5 cent packet is enough for ulna oc jaalaiaethem I EczemaIIOW It reddens the skin Itches oozes I IdrOtll1 It tetter milk crust c- 531t rheaul lhJbe guflerlnB from It Is sometimes In tIt toniultlgate but cure ftiitdersIstsuntltlmso quire1 t removed Hoods Sarsapanllawrtlt- lrclyI X130 lendd nennn tly II redthe varst caseszuI- St i fs without mi rI iualI fur nil cutuneuu S 14ii empllonslhlcu ttceuu lOCICase S fa JItSE HEPALD J B Cecil and wife apont Sun day with friends in Mnytown Den Murphy has eighty hoiul ol cattlo for tho MLI Sterling market Oscar CecilI and wife visited their daughter Mrs Day Millor 1tsat Leo City Tuesday after A fresh car load of corn rocnv onelId and will bo sold at SOc pOi bushel H F PIKHATT Co ILL Wallace the cashier of the Jfenefoo Deposit Hank was in town this week visiting his friends firer ofNoah Lyons and wifo of May 1 town worn hero Friday the lady doing some shopping Jamos IH Caslin a clothing i 0 drummer was a guest of tho Day tlIouse from Friday untilI Monday Judgo Amos Davis with Bottnor Bloom d Co Cincinnati was in town Monday a guest at tine Day k House 1I0seFdelicate organs take foods Sarsapa W8frillait is A RADICAL CURE 04 Dr Center reports the birth of a boy to the wife of Johnuthan Creoch ouLaurol on the 10th inst cdAlso to tho wife of Logan Nickoll 10bT oy- Ddy tivellFmrrpili 6pm placeSundayOpmafternoon 3 pili 08 CaneySpoi = pdsslbly looking after his interests in the State Senators race Maybe T on business We dont know 1 and Idy roprosenting 5 Ta ilton Ohio our of tho largest con 2 am cerns of the kind in tho United townluosIayami amCJ1 i 3RY19r Boubtlam6 amam Signaturo 4 4o amef uU=Ke The Lexington and Eastern rail sun road hns put on their Sunday train Iloafor tho summer season and it will rIfDbe run on tho sumo schedule as- 1os 3 and J for which see timeJ IITelI paper fer We aro authorized to soil a house and lot one and onequarter acresn which are several fruit troos a tworoomhousegain Call at this office for par Itticulars J u Capt Jack Ittollhousreeoivcd 1atelegram from Chicago on Tues forI51t e Windy City on business Ho 55 1 lopedtoI partof45s ntDanfol oy0Withwas operated upon at I SaturUplll1dy111aW theBightrestoredZJ8ioi The urbane avoling ulna and 58landHammer nanlhasIa t ojfrdaArm and 4 fortiler sonally b Dks lIo was chnporonod by Dill Je of Campton CASTORIAPor Infant and Children o th KIH You Have Always Bought sleD r tJ1eti t1rtof iI iI yl t krJka A Fells ThomuGillaepie conductedrcquostotwhichthoHo WnT ofCumptnand Lund13roIylornounce the quarterly Meeting at thefirstlie11la j Going to Worlds Fair IlndEastornthe rates bolow which are good LotusSeason l sixtydl1YtlCkotst 1 j 1515 It was rumored hero tho first of the week that a prominent young man of Morgan hud loped with another mans wifo who took with her 1100 of her husbands money And it was further said that at Mtt Sterling she gave her lothario 500 of tho money The Provident Savings Hank and Trust Company of Cincinnati n lilts oponed a special department to take care of all money sent to it for deposit by mail Through this method they give their outof town customers tho same accom modations that the Cincinnati people receive ABOUT PEOPLE YOU KNOW Mrs J B Little who is under treatment oLDr Browne nt Win chester was in Leo City this week visiting her husband Tho many friends of Judge SH Patrick will ho greatly pleased to know that ho hits so far recovered as to be on tho streot again Ho has been confined to his hone for almost a year but it is boliovod now that tho prospects are very fair for his complete recovery For physical disability Oscar 0I JJack was on Juno 1th discharged from tho United Seater army HoI belonged to tho U5th Co Coatt Artillery and was stationed as Fort Monroe Va Young Back arrived at homo Monday night Ho is a son of Henry D Hack and en Itsisfrom the discharge of cannons im paired his health lho Police Court is grinding away to suit everybody except the contingent which would rather die than bo amenable to tho lay Last Saturday nod that niglit more titan a dozen arrests were made mostly drunks and shooters und tho in fractors relieved of their guns and money in tho regular grind of tho court If Jackson has anything to boast of it is the enforcement of tho law by both the county and town authorities Lot the good work proceed Jackson Hustler An Inhuman Act Two little colored boys sons of Gary Adams canto to town Sun lily and brought with thong a lit tle colored girl about twooars oldi which they locked in Alex Franklins coal houso Tho kidI screamed for throe or four hours to tho annoyance of passersby und finally Dr Nickoll sort ono of his boys to investigate Dr Nickoll found tho kid nourly exhausted from crying and after providing it with something to eat soot for Dick Franklin to tako charge of it His wifo canto and was about to tako it homo when Johnny Knsh came along and took it home with him Tho child proved to bo a granddaughter of Squire 11il- liams whoso mother had abandon od it and ran oil with sonic man It is a penitentiary offense to abandon a child less than three years old and it is hoped the authorities will investigate and push tho guilty party to punishment IIIM I Mothers Eari i tIi WHEN A WORD If MOTHItRS EAR NURBNo AN IMPART AND IN THE THAT- TIME MONTHS THAT COME BEFORE SCOTTS EMULSION BTNQTH AND- NOURISHMENT THE EXTRA fJUPPus POR Bcg AND OPTHE HEALTH CHILDSend for free sample SCOTT OOWN NesrYork rs Pe rl StrutJtSOC and l 00 t sU unlU l BOY KILLED HIS SISTER Jackson Youth Was Playing Will Winchester Rifle A horrible tragedy occurred iin South Jackson Monday morning It 8 oclock when Ella Collins win shot und instantly killed by IUM nineyearold brothor Thy boy twontytw1inchester the house and tho girl was on tin front porch when tho gun was accidentally discharged tho ball striking the girl in tho heart The immediate members of the familj wore near at tho time of tho shooting but so great was their con sternation that tho Only was not touched until several minutes afterward when neighbors came and removed tho body Only a short time before tho ac cident tho boys fnthor had taken aWIlYfromaccident might happen Coat thu boy had slipped tho gun mutt cur tridges from tho houso and was at tempting to load the gun when iit- us discharged This iis tho second similar occur rence in Jackson within the past year a young man named Bryant instnl1Uykilll1 Hows This We offer Ono Hundred Doll urn toward for any cnso of Catarrh that connot be cured by Halls Ca tarrh Cur FJ OHKNKV Co Props Toledo O Wo tho undersigned have known IF J Chonoy for tho lust 115 years und believe him perfectly honorable in nIl business transactions financially able to carry out any obligations mado by his firm UrAUHMl KlNNAN it MAUV1N Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inc rnally acting directly upon the Mood and mucous surfaces of tho jystom Trice 75V per bottle Sold hyl all Druggists Testimonials free lake Halls Family Pills for constipation lover Regained Consciousnoss Mr Thomas Gillaspio who was hurt Saturday June 1 at Sullivan t Congletond planing mill died ost night at the Good Samaritan Hospital about I12i oclock CJillaspio came hero from Grassy station near hazel Greon shout Ii roe Mouths ago and entered tho mploy of Sullivan Congloton JI o had charge of tho tongue and groove machine und in attempting Lo throw tho bolt Saturday night it closing down time was thrown forward by the breaking of tho haft His rightnrm was caught between the boltand pulley mash ing it into a pulp and ho was thrown violently to the floor A largo wolt on his forehead over the right eye showed wlmro ho struck und it was found that ho liad concussion of tho bruin Mr GilliiHpi novor fully re gained consciousness The body will bo taken to his homo tor bur ial Lexington Herald Tuesday GREASY CREEK DOTS t Henry Murphy of Clifty paid Arch Childors a business visit on Friday John D Honey and wife of this plucl are visiting their sick dangh tor Mrs Lillio Nickel at Spencer Arch Childers will next week tart to well drilling at JohnaJ han Elkins place on Holly rook Jim Childors swapped a maro for a 4yearold bay horse and gno 2000 difference Ito thinks iio has made a good trade The Lawson Brothers of this lace had tho misfortune of losing W lentil tho only horse they wnod It was a sad blow Ill they are both hard working non Tho writer whilo rambling in this locality noticed a lot of sarvis trees The poojlo horo claim that there is a greater abundance of this delicious fruit hero titan nay where in Morgan county Sam Wilson has just finished painting tho house of Arch Chil dors formerly the old Valentine Picratt homestead It is a nice improvement and those who have known the old place would never know it now Sam is at present decorating tho homo of Will Henry on Greasy Juno 11th BiflOUiT I 2i J I 11 of o A W I iii j I I ITho Kind You have Always Bought and which Ims bcca In use for over 30 years has homo tho nlgnatnro of I and has boon mmlo under his per c oiriiiii supervision rtiuiu Its iiiuuiuj Allow no ono to deceive yon I n this All Counterfeits Imitations ami Justasgood aro ling Experiments that trillo with null endanger tho health of Infants mill Children Experience against Uxporlinoiit M What is CASTORCaslorla IIK a harmless substitute for Castor 011 Patfo gone Drops mill Soothing Syrups It Is IMuasant Itieoiitahis neither Opium Morphino nor other Narcotlo Kiihstanee Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms mill allays FeverlshneHS It cures Dlarrluua and Wind Colle It relieves Teething Trouhles cures Constipatiou mill Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates tho Stomach and Itowcls giving healthy aunt natural wlccp Tho Childrens Panacea Tho mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS rf Boars tho Signature of 0 The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TMC Oe NT UH cOY TT MUILYY11EIT Mew YORK CITY c Gr at CI arallC Sale1 2 O O WO T Jt or li Springd Summ- erCLOTHING Regardless of Cost j mjgr On account of the lateness of the sea Ji 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 n it at the beginning of the season NowClleviot 90larGreat reductions in all Mens Suits and Pants 250 Boys AllWool Pants for1 N mere rice 4 5 and 600 J jj 250 Boys Suits former price 1150 NOW 75C 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 LnLi T thx rifjij lle11 t ll1 LEXINGTONS LEADING CLOTHIERS nn n n Peel IGEIr JiAVjSucccHHor to C W Ho wo Wholesale and Retail Liquor Dealers Grocers Etc jLgntB Km a extogjoxi HeelSpecial attontion given to tho filling nf mnil ordors Horne Phono 31 ling Distance 10 twJy STERLJiNG t 1 oj iO3NTUCR7ao I HEALTH AND VITALITY JPJX motvwta rranvomrucivaa x xa x ai Tho great remedy for nervous prostration and nil diseases or the generally a organs of oltbcr BOX such ni Nervous 1rottratlon Falling or Lost M nUoo4 Impotonor Nightly EmI JIll I onI Youthful Errors Mental wprry cicwalfg u k of Tobacco or Opium which load to Consumption aQI1111111nn1iWltk ewy I to euro or rafnnil the moa feex IAfTER IISIvpbordorwoguarantee U01T CMEDfcAL co Clevsiaade rrQkiiy P 0 k 4 ItII 8f0 r FEMALE WEAKNESS M712 Congroai St 1902IIpcrlortoand I know whereof I peak 11IU1 1 terll for aloe months with upprcllled monttrnatlon which completely prow traced me Palm would hoot through ray bock and aide and I would hive blinding headache a Mv Hmbi would swell up and I would fuel to weak I oould not stand up I naturally felt dUcounmed for I Deemed to bo beyond tho help of phyilciant but Wino of Oardul came as a Oodicnd to me I felt a chance for tho better within a 1ytreatlnntIagonies I tlsualtydM and noon brcamo regular and without pain Wlno of Oardul U limply wondurful and I with that all Buffering women knew of IU good qualities It Treasurer Portland Economic League 1 1IeJiOlicnl headaches tell of fe male weakness Wine of Canlui cures permanently nineteen out of every twenty caste of irregular menses boating down pains or any female woAKntwa If you are liiconragcd and doctors have failed that in the best reason in j the world you should try Wine of Cardtii now Remember that headaches mean female weakness Secure a 8100 bottle of Wine of Card u i today ii WUNEort CaRDUIJJoIr f WORLDS FAIR HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS St LouIs Hostelries Prepared to Hnndlc Vast Thronrjs Prices Not to Da In I 1 created Hotel Inside of tho Ex position Grounds With a Ca i pacify For 6000 Guests a Ample hotel accommodations have been provided for the Worlds Fair visitors at St Iouls butte within and outside of the Exposition grounds The Exposition management has or ganized a free Information service A pamphlet has been Issued for gratui tous circulation explaining many of the conveniences that have been pro Vlded A list of nil the hotels with rates Is contained In this pamphlet ITlio entire city has been canvassed j nnd many thousands of private house r HC rrR OllTlON OK VAIIIKI INWHTIUKH IIUII I ISO WOHLDH FAIU holders have arnuiKiMl to receive visitors Thiso houses aro In every function of tho city anil tho rates at which i guests will ho received IH n matter of record on the hooks of the bureau Tho Inslilf Inn n hotel on tho Ex position grounds has n capacity tor 0000 guests The Kxposltlon inanago went IIIIH control of the rates which have been Used at from 150 to 350 per day European plan Including ad mission to tho ground On the Amer ican plan the rates range from 1 to g5 per tiny Tile hotel IH 100 by SCO feet und Is three stories hJKli There are more than luO established hotels In Ht Louis and n signet agree uncut has been made between many of their managers with the Exposition of ficials that rotes shall not bo raised during the Exposition period Many new hotels have been built on sites ad jacent to tho Exposition grounds and tho published fixed rates warrant the assertion that no ono need pay exor bitant rates for accommodations either nt hotels or private houses Among tho new hotels may be men tioned the Hotel Napoleon Uonapartc which stands at Clayton avenue and4 klnkcr road overlooking the Exposition grounds This hostelry will ac s commodate 0000 por8QptTJie rites S t I European plan are remi 1 to s5 per day The Grand VIow hotel south of tin Exposition un Oakland avenue hay a capacity for 5UOO guests and the rates arc 1 to 4150 per day European and 2 to 1150 per day on the Miter taut plan Tune Kenlhvorth on West Park boulevard and Hlllon avenue has I u capacity of 1500 guests with a rate of 150 per day The above mentioned are a few of tho new hotels that have beer erected near tho Exposition grounds for the accom modation of Worlds Fair visitors All told there nre about twoseoro All are within easy walking distance and nil are situated on high ground with com prehensive views of tho grounds All of the structures are well built and In some of them the most luxurioiw quarters are obtainable The rates aro es tabllshed and will not be Increased dur lag the Exposition I t DUBIOUS THINGS FROM CHINA The Mot Magnificent Beds Ever Seen Are Part of Iho Celestial Empires Worlds Fair Exhibit I IThe Chinese exhibit nt tho Worlds i Fair IIH illliil with pleasing surpriseI Komi of tho most 1II11 lIl1k lIt nrtlcl + I Iot furniture lire n part of tills wonder fill dlsplny The curving mill inlaying of Nuts bone ami Wood Illustrate the marvelous Hklll of tho Chlnwe- MultIs I Included In this Interesting exhibit short tint hoinin aunt hume life of the hlnese their weddings and funeral hlnejte tea Roust reslauI rout amil shop Chinese weaving and some of the beautiful silks and wear Ing nppurel of tho Chinese null their methods of manufacturing theta Out feature of the exhibit Is two mngnlllcent Chinese beds each of which has tot appearance of being a Hiiiiill house of great beauty One Is a Hummer bed the other for winter The summer bed Is hand oarved and Inlaid with Ivory and untie figures anti lund HiapesI uxijulNltelyI carved and so skillfully Joined as to appear a part of the wood The bed nod furniture are of carved bamboo The bed consists otI 111111tellIs the steeping apartment there is a couch with coverings of gauzy silks Vile winter bed Is still more elabo rate It consists of three compartments The tlrst contains four chairs a tea pay and a chest of drawers This Is the sit ting apartment1 The second is the dress lug room und till third Is the sleep lug apartment or the crud itself The furniture Is of rosewood inlakl with ivory carving of birds llowera and trees Tile couch Is covered with silks of the tlnest texture and in gaudy col ors The sleeping compnrtmcnto are lighted with Chinese lanterns of sill hung at the outer entrance while tin light enters through gauze panels hand painted and In forms of rosewood in mitt with ivory figures A table and dish made of highly pol ished ash with exquisitely carved bamboo figures Inlaid are shown The work is so artistically done that each article seems to have been made of one piece of wood There Is also n large display of Chi nese lanterns made of silk gauze and other light material and some made of heads artistically arranged with glass centers The silk and gauze are beau tifully hand painted There are models of some of tho great dilute temples theaters and arches showing elaborate curving III wood and ivory and two large elephant tusks exquisitely carved WHARFAGE FREE AT ST LOUIS Twenty Muss of RIver Front For Water Craft at Worlds Fair City Free wharfage will be given to nil heats lauding nt SL Louis during the Worlds Pair Traillc Manager Hll henry of the Exposition and Joseph P Whyte harbor nUll wharf commission cr of St Louis have decided ou the locations assigned to the various kinds of bunts YachtH steam launches and all boats propelled by their own power have been assigned wharf space between Chateau avenue and Middle street These streets running east and west form the boundary lines for the cen tral business district of the city House boats have boon assigned wharf space north of Itlddle street and south of Choteati avenue St Louis hits n river front of liven ty miles The Hrondvrny lute of the Transit company parallels the river from the city limits on the north to Jefferson tarrocks on the south At no point are the cars more than five blocks from the Mississippi river The Worlds Fair may hi retched for one fare by transferring to any of the eight lines that cross Broadway and reach tho Exposition grounds No charge will be made for wharf age Application for space should he made to the harbor anti wharf corn missioner at the City Hall on Twelfth street between Market street and Clark avenue Foil SAlEA fine heifer calf rod in color and from the best milk stock on both sides Apply at this office She must bo sold and can be had cheap Gy BRANCH SCHOOL OF CENTRAL Articles Filed Hmo Incorporat ing the T Scott Collegiate Institute at West Lib erty Central University is to Imvo another branch school and feeder in Morgan county with oilicial headquarters for tho trustees here Articles incorporating tho T Scott Collegiate Institute wore filed in tho County Clerks office yester lay The incorporators are Vice President L H lilnnton of Con tral University C T Thompson and W C Clark of Augusta Ky IE D Vouch of Lexington and Bennett II Young of Louisville i The purpose of the corporation is stated to bo the establishment I operationprimary school in tho town of West Liberty Morgan county Ky to receive by donation or purchase lands buildings and other proporty to bo used for such purposes and objects As no po cuniary profit is to bo derived from I tho school tho corporation hits no capital stock and is to bo conduct oil by tho corporators untilI tin Synod of the Southern lreslt riun Church in Kentucky slut I lolcct and appoint their success r and thereafter tho institute shall bo under tho entire and full eon trol of tho Synod which huts power to fill vacancies in the hoard of trustees told to elect now mem hers The purpose of the present act of incorporation is stated to bo to give to tho Synod of Kentucky absolute power to appointI tho hoard of trustees that they may manage tho corporation aid tho collegiate academic and pri hyItho are to under tho auspices of tho evan gelistic committee of tho Synod und it nutty become ono of the ac credited schools of Central University as soon as the board of trus tees shall take the proper steps to make tho necessary contract Tho corporation is to last 99 years Lexington herald Juno 5 GOSNEYVILLE GLEANINGS 0 lion T K Tutt camo homo Saturday from McCormick Miss Hallio Byrd wont to Loo City Saturday to visit relatives and friends Miss Loo Tutt wont to McCor mick Saturday to visit the funnily of B F Gosuoy Miss Pearl B Gosnoy gave a swinging party at Pink Cottage on Sunday evening C S Gosney has returned from Berea Ky whore ho has been at tonding college for tho past year There will be a Sundayschool celebration at tho First Congregational Church the second Sunday in July and a box supper tho evening before Rev Frank Agorwfho Wild Irishman and a noted evangelist of Now York City will begin a ton days mooting in tho pine grove near C H Gosnoys about tho loth of July- Charles H Gosnoy the famous blacksmith of Co G 13th Regi mont stationed at Ilnzol Green Ky is at homo on a furlough He celebrated his ono hundredth birthday Saturday Ho is halo und hearty for a man of his ago anti can bring down n squirrel front tho tallest tree without glasses R L A FHOM AXOTHKK COHUKSPONDKNT Richard Byrd from Leo City visited his mother last Saturday Farmers are very busy now Crops look flue around Gosneyvillo Miss Pearl Gosnoy has returned from Maytown whore she been visiting relatives and is very sick at this writing expectedtoShe has boon sick for some time Sho is 91 years old OAIJTODXABens theillsKind You Haw Always Bas tut SIgnature 11or CourierJournal t U rxmr MORE GOODS THAI MONETI II- And they must be sold to get more goods We have everything you NlI want Shelves tables counters I rjaIl full and must be sold to make I I j room for II I ItIOl r S11r1Ji i J01ntng I We have the best uptodate stock of GEN HazelGreenI FOR j ONLYIWeask it Give us a call and you will never regret it Respectfully c H F PIERATT CO YOUP= I Ovcr25DDDD ONE FULL QUART OFPleased FREEcutecoutenta r oknovr tho meaning of wpnli and win do M w0 say rt 1 eiulm to be the 111I000Irlc1 Whiskey Home sea tkt e theurlllbdIeolieI tooIUwIu1 IIAi 1p ii ofNorlh1 I cOIper 9 aLOUto00t1muullASOOI will bur It lack Wo bate a capital of HOMOa lankwvt iflcarrorlkWIt9UlleeniwlwEstraMohavea gallon knt for ale or will furnish twenty full uart tattles oa re corkrcrewdHnktngglaaeandamI contentssadIawl IMkotr mUlL add SO cents per quart extra IncNosmCAaOUNA I lieeepblitseedkaluantsothave just received 20000 I 10000 Envelopes PRINTING Lottorhonds itc and print thorn to order at a very low prico for the cash = Toffag is- Tomorrow1 may never be IJave you ever thought about the wife and little ones in case you should die today For only 10 cents a day you can leave to yourdeath Hadnt you better put it in something of benefit than to waste It and you know you waste nn much The State Mutual Life- Assurance Association WORCESTER MASS Is better than a bunk to invest in and if you will write to the undersigned he will take pleasure in telling you about costs profit iSc C cIMT STERLING KY KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew PriceFOR100 OLDS Free Trial nillHROAlLES or MONEY BACK BLUEGRASS NURSERIES SPRING 1904 YTREES his THE MILLION FRUIT AND ORti A11ENT4Ui SHRUBS GRAPE VINES ASPARAGUS RHUBARB FRUITSAnd GAltDENsaXo eral toHv SONSLEXINGTON KYliJ LINEJWORLDS FAIR SHORT Soutnern RaiIa 2 2FastestBest 3frothvenience of ehuiiKf of cars Look at the 3DAYLIGHTSL Louis Exposition Limited Leave Lexington 010 a in duly whASolid tniin of Ildlmiin Sleepers Observe tirEnullto St Louis without change NICHT TRIPorFlyerLeave dally pflleavej dall1jl AmvoSt Louin 32n ill j Solid train of 1nllamn Sleepers and UtT I Coaches Irom LexiiiKton to St Louis wIthCltout chance All trniiiH makn close tion at 1ninn Station St Louis with tlhash Siihiirhnn s rvico and Electric ARISlIO1 pxid retiirniii ltilteen days daysI1I45good am Tickets will he on rule daily at the above rats 80 good returnin seven days Coach Kxcarsion Conch Excursion tickets on sale on cpccmI Nea2ForH C KINO Ticket Agent Nret KreenTtAUSO bC311 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky 0C11 ALIEN A G 1 A St Louis Mo SMOKERS ATTEN- TIONaQEtSCO You Pay 25 Cents for Any Pipe b YOU PAY 25 CTS FOR THIS PIPE r tad a tuna Uei1 be For the same price you mast Ilny for an ftordinary pI a pipe which1 tillel1 the polxon lflurotioutthe tobacco Np tbutte oafrelinrdi snltjkers j tiClcllllfic conetruclion Pot1Pi1 fn 2a eats rAgents wanted UILCHUIST CIIKMICAL CO Ines f Dept H203 Broadway New forks i CI tr v=