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HERkWTIStory or Jonathan and His Oontinotttn by Max ORell x c1 O NINE1EENTII YEAR RfZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY LrvcEa fIu WASH tILLER CashierWJ W POYNTER Asst Cashier a t D 1 aTbl 1 a WINCHESTER KY PAID UP CAPLriAL810000000zyour banking ness and promise you prompt and t amIAM mILLCIZ T PFiILLIP B fj 15AIfPTOIl rREI i11I1vR E JJB UHB N260 pays for a 1gallon jug of 6yearoldAND WB IA Y iIt s OHAltOl8- I 285 pays for 1gallon jug of 8 AN1 ear JIIUSS OIIAltOI I 300 pays for a 1gallon jug of 9yearoldAND IA BXllrss OllAIlOl8 I 380 pays for a 1gallon in bottles 10year ldAN1 l 11E IAY EXPiESS CIIAItOES We ship all orders packed in a plain sealed box so no one can tell l what they contain and pay all charges to your nearest express and office entire deliveryWe absoluteguarantee YOURCONEY BACKsatisfaction in every way or letter draftRemitby Postoffice or Express Money Order registered and addressor certified check Make remittances pay HAGAN DISTILLING CO iWA nice otched glass and corkscrew froo with every order LEXINGTON KY Backis always good Ask the Lexington Our Guarantee Goods That Please or Your Money City National Bank NEVER OUT OF KS1 VALUE FORs I AROUND THE WORLD AND 100totI11 value f700106 cost leJcilInk Supply j Saves cost of Check Punch 500 j value of years breaks or need elinrpenlnS Will lnat for years Soon feeding water only to produce the bust ink IlnywherC Point lensed never nllll Gold Mounted IIiO New Ink making CnrtridJlIln hi 100 Chnsed Ii NONJIAKAUT FUUN- I cost PRICES Plain extra BIIIlH8green blue red rtiIin 10c cock hy inllnted Che- lakbattloabolisheJ violet or black or 400 Our pen vollls IIrc intrinsicrUN PENSwithcars ink nqplv rrrl17fi U40r50 NII I I nrlllItS FotxrAIN PB co Dept eX Ilia nroaIway YORKi8 JAMES B CECIL Successor to Cecil Bros is now receiving a now stock of iAat riM1Lt Ba i and Ac In fact everything will carry a lino of Fruits Vegetables storoHtli proplOtor of thoOO rfJ fjJj INNy he e traveling willbroated in II homelike and manOOr vehicles and will i1 his ro J I D S I IceiVOr horses tho best attention n ila1181 carries Haj N I +a line of JLaprobes dustersi 4 Willmake to order any thtug sold ut B close a be ill stook alt1 Overytblog fiarWbipa cf will kept profit I tr- V DIRECTORS ill ill WILLI R ill WILLS J D IIfPOIl- 31Z BUtKWALCCR- A a W Y of moil 2c not IIt M V viy j444TflO winCnostOf Bank rr- J 12WINCIJESTEU KY f N H WlTllKiwrooxPresident I i raw Up Cmiiiui Innoooooyt i t noooooo b It Or IIVHllrllhu t =t 8110000000 V J This bank solicits thn accounts of I 1merchunta farmers troalerB and Jntfmen xcnernlly throughout IIneuy ern Kentucky and offers itA custom X era every facility and the moet liberal A terms within the limits of legitimate bankingloct2ty jSrTime and again we have appealed to those of our subscriber in arrears to come in and pay up We need money to buy paper and Ink and pay the prin ter Come In and attend to this today nMA KENTUCKY AT THE FAIR Bluegrass Traditions Splendidly Upheld and tho Reputation of the Stato Enhanced 11Y T K IIKDHICIC If you ask a Kontuckian what i the principal exhibit of his State at the fair ho probably will point in tho general direction of the Ad ministration building and say President IFrancis President productbutt large claim some proprietary in torost in him Kentucky has soon fit to make other representations exclusively her own Flit qualities and resources of the State are comprehensively and1 eloquently attested to in these ex hibits and citizens of Kentucky may well bo proud of the showing mado in every department to whichl the State has contributed for it iisI represented in nearly every major part of the lExposition In art history commerce and in natu ral resources Kentucky stands well forward A State of noble traditions andI rich in storied memories of groat deeds mid groat mon it has sueI fit to subordinate those in some degree to matters of more presentL moment deeming it advisable to show the world not so much whutI Kentucky has done as what iHI doing and can do Without any abandonment of those social fat Lures which have made her famous for openhearted hospitality Ken tucky yet shows that she stands second to no locality in her com martini opportunities nor the ro wards she has to offer to individual1I effort rightly npplied Accepting the keynote of the Worlds Pair which is sounded asI an exhibition of processes the State hUH got in harmony with theI id m and shows tho full range of her powors In tho Palace of Ag riculturo Kentuckys displays includes an exhibition of hemp cut Lure and manufacture und all thot evolutionary proceeds of the to bacco plant from its growth to itsI manufacture into finished products I which bring roseate dreams to thot consumer of the philosophic I weed And of course there are illustrations of what can be doneI with ryo and corn without which a Kentucky display would be in complete Kentuckys display of clay in theI Palace of Minos and Metallurgy iis in itsolf a wonderworld To him who has imagined that clay wasI used simply to make churns and jugs this exhibit is a revelation It is a liberal education in tern mica and iin tho utilitarian uses ofr humble material in building fire proofing and in art pottery TheI rock quarries in operation and the display of cannel coal in tho sam oI building further attest tho richosI that Ho beneath tho surface of thoI dark and bloody ground Tho Kontuckian visiting the fair should not fail to take cognizantI of those things not to boar witnessI to what his State is doing in thoI way of education und art In thot Palace of Education is shown the development of tho public school system of Louisville through a pe riod of 1115 years and no loss in teresting tho progress that has been mado in tho manuol and lit orary education of the blind1 as exemplified iin tho work of the pupils of tho Kentucky School for tho Blind Testifying to tho artistry of tho State and showing that its worth has won recognition from tho mas ters are sevoral pieces of statuary by Kentucky sculptors which aro incorporated in the decorations of tho main buildings of tho fair Notable among those is a beautiful Victory by Miss Enid Yandell of Louisville crowning tho domo of tho Cascade restaurant building In the Palace of Fine Arts Kentucky is also well represented but perhaps tho States best display of this nature is in the Kentucky A t State Building whero it shows a complete and interesting art gal z Tory of its own Horo are numer ous flue canvasses by Hewitt Greene Miss Thumb and other artistists besides striking sculptural decorations and singlo pieces of statuary ICons tucky Homo is tho central fcnluxp Iof the States exhibit at tho fair It is a magnificent structure cov wring an area of taB by 80 foot Brood graveled paths through the lawns of native bluegrass loud to tho entrances of which thoro nru four Wide porches with symmet tricul colonnades and sculptural ornaments bespeak silently but eloquently the proverbial hospitality of tho State and soom to bid the passerby to pause lord rust horo Tho wayfarer who hoods this invitation and enters tho building isatoucemado to foollint home Tho spirit of tho pinto IB fittingly symbolized by tho Stato button which boars a pioturo of the building with tho legend The Kentucky Homo Its part mine Hero pleasant hours may be spent under tho guidance of tho genial Secretary Mr nlI Hughes or of tho fair hostess Mrs Smith in viewing the social artistic ands sentimental sides of Kentucky info aunt manners Jn tho richly furnished rooms of the first lour are displayed oil portraits of Kentuckys famous characters as well as other spec meus of native art Pendant from the balcony of the second floor r and almost swooping the carpet ot the first hangs a colossal andt beautiful slug of silk which pOSe sesses historic charm It is thtv home coming Hug of the battle ship Kentucky when that vessel was homeward bound from thin Asiatic station under command oft Cap t William Mallury Ilorry him self a Kontuckian Upon tho ar rival of the Kentucky in homo waters hor officers and crow sent toGovlittle effect of wear front its 13 000mile journey across the sous Elegant parlors reception rooms i galleries of historical relics undi specimens of native flora makw tho second and third floors of the homo well worth inspection But tho Kentucky Homo exists not merely for purposes of show It is tho scene of continuous en tertainment of visitors and many formal and informal receptions Kentucky entertains lavishly It woe one of the two Stalos which had tho distinction of receiving the delegates to the International ProsH Parliament and has entertained many visiting bodies including tho American Press Jlumoriata With true Kentucky generosity tho officers of tho commission bavo tendered tho use of tire homo for entertainment purposes to several States anti Territories who havtv no officiall residence of their own on the grounds Alabama Colo rado and other suctions have taker advantage of this ofior A filo of State pullers and Ken tucky books and periodicals iis leapt constantly on hand for tho dense tation of hor sons and daughters who may rust within tho kindly precincts of tho Now Kentucky Homo raid fool that in truth they aro in a homo environment All in all Kentucky lets wrought at tho fair worthily of herself and her children doubtless will do their part iuY coming to view what she+ has prepared in thoir behalf ST Loins Juno 25 1004 Going to Worlds Fair l Ifso take tho Lexington and Eastern from Jackson and noto goodbotwoonSeason tickets good until Decem tydaytiokotBi i 81645 OOOlA r r BMTI itsiM KM YM KM tIIItIAI d1 Ilfeatue tit GSrr 1 i 1 I r t Y A triEHERALD SPENCER COOPER tHtor HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY Juno 80 1004 A T COMIIS is this week announced ns n candidate for the- o I ico of Sheriff of Wolfo county subject of courso to tho action of tho Democratic party Ho is too woll known to need an introduction at our hands But nil the mite it is well enough to remind the people that the one gallueod orphan boy made us as good a Sheriff as wo over had and was al I settlementII ple worn not so prompt with him 1 Inuocd there are today many peo pe iu the cointr who stillowe him taxes for tho year 1001 and- nnlagai I they find it in their hearts to pay him voluntarily they will always owe him for he will not force a poor man to pay He is too much that way for his own good and for thatj many of his friends worn opposed to his mak ing tho race and tho same friends today would rather ho did not run Tint he does his duty honestly and fearlesslyI and never has involved the county in any trouble For those reasons ho will ho a hard man to boat if such u thing should bo but wo commend him to tho Democrats of tho county and feel sure that when tho time comes 1 1they will act on his credentials charwhich are above reproach Tired Mothers J Its hard work to take taro of children and to cook sweep washsew antI mendI hrnldri Tirod mothers nhnnjil take lIoodlI SUllap- arillaIt rvfntahea the blood Improves the appetite ussuros restful sleep THK State Board of Health sends I out a circular litter warning the pooplo to take every precaution against an epidemic of typhoid fovor People are especially warned to screen out ilios or where this cannot bo effoctivoly dono to keep all food covered up so that those pest may not come in contact with it There wore 13305 cases of typhoid fever in Kentucky last year and 1570 deaths resulted The cost of caring for those sick of it to Bay nothing of the sorrow suf fering and loss of life for tho year is reported at 003710 Tho Boardi states that the disease is easily prevented if tho pooplo will guard against flies and drink puro wator Where a person contracts the dig eaio tho Board recommends that chloride of lime oight ounces to the gallon of water be freely uiod in tho sick room in vessels The sick room should bo screened and all bed clothing or that of the body to bo treated by a lolution of the r chloride of lime Tho circular is too lengthy to publish entire but may be had for distribution by ap plication to the Board at Bowling Croon Driven To Desperation atan wayplacei nfnmilyresultingin DuoklellsArnioa earth25c at all Druggists HoN JAMES A MCKKNZIK moro familiarly known as Quinine Jim and formerly United States Minister to Peru and onto a mom ber of Congress died at hit home at Oak Grove Christian county Saturday morning at 525 oclock ns n result of a stroke of apoploxy sustained Juno 28d Everybody who know Jim McKonzio will road this bit of news with regret Ho was a universal favorite and immortalized himself when he made thq fight for free quinine f CABLEGRAMS bring the now that the Japaueso uro continually get ting the bettor of the Russians As late as the 23d inst a battle be twoon the two armies resulted in the killing wounding and capture of 10000 Russians This was between thQ land forces the defeated army being that of Gen Stakel berg On top of this a fight be tweon the fleets of tho opposing forces at tho mouth of the harbor at Port Arthur resulted in the destruction of one of the finest war vessels of tho Russians and the disabling of another The vessel destroyed had u crow of 750 all of whomporishod A detachment of the Taku Shan army surprised and routed a squadron of Russian cavalry on the same date and took possession of the heights at San Tao Kow In tho battlo of Fa Van Gow the Russian loss was 2735 men Hows This Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that t onnot bo cured by Halls Ca tarrh Cure F1tntrivCoProps Wo tho undersigned have known F J Cheney for tho last 15 years and believe him perfectly honor able in nil business transactions financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm WAUHNO KINNAX tC MAKVIX Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 hulls Catarrh Curl is taken in tornally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price 75c per bottle Sold by all Druggists Testimonials free Take hails Family Pills for con stipation THK impression that I had with drawn from tho race for State Sen ator has boon so pronounced that some of my friends have called upon me to remonstrate against such an action I did not with draw had no idea of doing so but dropped out my announcement be cause I needed tho space for other matter Now to my frionds and all others who contemplate sup porting me I wish to say that 1 am still in tho race and intond to stick it out Without egotism I think I can say with truthfulness that I have dono as much for tho Democratic party and boon as true to tho mountain pooplo generally as any man in tho district I need tho ofiico for tho emoluments and believing I have honestly earned it I ask tho Democrats of the on tiro district to give me their sup port for tho nomination Yours for Democratic success SPENCER COOPER Thanks Brother We Blaih and Bow Mr Spencer Cooper the orudito editor of the Hazel Green Herald has announced in his paper his candidacy for tho office of Senator from his district After years of service to the Democratic party Mr Cooper asks Is tho laborer worthy of his hire In your case Sponce this question is specially applicable and can as readily be answered by saying that you should have everything coming to you and if to that belongs the senator ship of your district it would be robbery and a heartless exhibition oi ingratitude to defeat you in your just desert and aspiration for till otlicoJacksou Hustler Fob 5 Editor Cooper emphatically de nies that ho has withdrawn from the race for State Senator Stick to it Spouco and if your friends aro frionds they will see that you get what you want Mr Cooper authorizes tho Hustler to announce his candidacy which will bo found in its proper place If there over was a party servant who is entitled to reward that man is Spencer Cooper and tho Hustler thinks tho party will not ignore this gentle mans aspirations to what he so richly deserves Jackaou Hustler Juno 21- Fon SAI1A fine heifer calf red in color and from the bost milk stock on both silos Apply nt this office She must be sold and can be had cheap I W W Quicksail was appointed a notary public some time ago but has not yet received bis seal But he will have ono in a few days A reporter for THE HEIIALD dropped into John H Roses black smith shop Monday and found that gentleman and his ablo assist nut Charley Gosnoy putting in a now 100 blower and forge This was made necessary by the increased business there being now in the yard several buggies wagons mowing machines etc needing repairs With tho now forgo and blower Mr Roso will double his heating capacity and hopes soon to catch up with the work now pressing hi- mOverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through your kldneys once every three minutes 4V5II A yourbloodi iter out the waste or Impurities In the blood If they are sick or out dogym1 Pains achesandrheuj matism come from ex cess of uric acid In the blood due to neglected kidney trouble Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady heart beats and makes one feel as thougn they had heart trouble because the heart is overworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries- It used to be considered that only urinary troubles were to be traced to the kidneys but now modern science proves that nearly all constitutional diseases have their begin ning In kidney trouble If you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy Is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and Is sold on Its meritsJK by all druggists In fifty cent and onedollar sizes III i You may have a ampanotfreeout If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer 2c Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mistake but remember the name Swamp Root Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton N Y on 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0For Subscribers to the Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Two Estimates allowed on each yearly subscriptionIt lip rFair AppWeAUgltIt 1904 For nearest correct estimates of the admissions on that day ss VibeExposition Co the Enquirer Company will present to its subscribes the Weekly Enquirer 10000 as follows To tho ono estimating Nearest to tho correct number 600000 To Second Nearest 100000 To Third Nearest 60000 To Fourth Nearest 25000 To Firth Nearest 15000 To Noxt 310 Nearest 1000 oath 310000 As announced in Weekly Enquirer See that paper for particulars the coupon there printed or send for blanks All estimates received i midnight of July 31 1904 will be rejected and subscriptionI returned to the sender Figures to galdo you Trill bo printed In Daily and Weekly Enquirer often as obtainable 1 100 for a years subscription to the Cincinnati Weekly EnqSS entitles the subscriber to TWO ESTIMATES Send for sample copy Weekly Enquirer blanks etc etc- LIBERAL TERMS TO AGENTS The Enquirer Profitsharing Bureau PO Box 716 Cincinnati I ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR JAILER authorized to an PERDUEare G W PERDUE of Lane HH a candidate for tho office of Jailer of Wolfe County subject to the notion of the Democratic party KOK ASSKSSOU are authorized to an ALLENWo C Jl Allen of Lee City ns u candidate for Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic partyIOK STATE SENATOR are authorized to an WHEELERWe SAM WHEEl- ER as a candidate for State Senator tlJ represent this district subject to the action of the Democratic party FOit SIIKUIKF announcDAYe for Sheriff of Wolfe County subject 11 the hction of the Democratic party Wo are authorized to anCOMBS r nounce A T COMBS olf Campton as a candidate for Sheriff of Wolfe County subject to the action ol the Democratic party WORLDS FAIR SHORT LINE soutneIQ Bailwag 43 MILES THE SHORTEST FastestBest to the Worlds Fair Only line operating SOLID TRAINS trout Lexington to Nt Louis without incon venience of change of cars Look itt the Schedule DAYLIGHT TRIP- St Itut Exposition Limited dailyLeavedailyArriveSolid train of Pullman Sleepers Observa thou Dining Car meals served A Ila Carte and Day Coaches through from Lexington to St Louis without change NICHT TRIPI FlyerLeavedallyLeavedallyArravedailySolidDRYCoachuout change All trains make close conuec lion at Union Station St Louis with Wa bosh Suburban service and Electric Cars groundsHound Lox hgton as follows 1240 good returning fifteen days 1385 good returning sixty days 1065 good returning until December 15th Tickets will he on sale dally at the above rater 870 daysCoachCoach Excursion tickets on sale on special dates For information call on or write HC KING Ticket Agent KyTKyCKyCSt Louis Mo VERY LOW RATES To St Louis Mo via Southern Railway- On account of Democratic National Convention the Southern Lexiugton rate of 1005 Tickets on sale goodtosale Rate opon to all T W CJIKWS T P A9 89 East Main St Lexington Ky Lexington and Eastern Hal Time Tablo in Effect May 22199 WEST BOUND No 1 II lls Kl1 STATIONS VSMjmDaily ex T Sunday f Butty AM ArrP1Urr625 am 0 221 7 20 am 20 38 7 47 am 01JaCk8on 40 347 8 01 am 44 401 8 28 57 57 4 SO am 1Stanton 439 8 37 am 62E 62 9 lOam 70 LEJuncn 0508 9 23 am 90 Winchester 90 S 20 10 t0 nm 04jIexlnfttontHi 805 EAST BOUNDt FDailyi I F Sunday f 8aidiJ PM Lve AMlp let 2 26 pm 0 Lexington 0 7435 3 10 pm 20 Winchester 20 61r IZ C 3 56 pm 40Clay City 40 91311 1 4 O pm H Stanton j44 e 2315 4 35 pm 57 Nat Bridge 57I 9 5415 4 49 pm 62 Torrent 100815 5 11 pm 70 BeattyveJc i0110291 Wd 11 pm 90 OKJuncn I941t1501- No 6 15 pm 94 Jackson 3 and 4 make close rODDtttJOI ttthCannel City and points on Ohio sad X tucky Railway DjTiiion daily exeiflB1 daorNoi 1 and 2 connect at JJo 4 kjjlwith Chesapeake and Ohio for Mt Stcrlill pointsNo at Uuttlm Joe tion with L A A for BeaUflIIe dsll7SI cept Sunday ellCHAB0 A K BRANCH EAST MOUND NonNo 33 IKI w Daily ex STATIONS DallytL- BIiDday tUIlIllY 3 30 0 Jackln Oil 20 3 35 6 0tK Junction 6 11 24 vi 4 17 11 Wllhurat11 1111 f 4 30 13 UamptoDM 13 IllaC 10 20Lee Gty2b 18 22 Uelechawa 22 I- USI5 45 27 Cannel City 27 PLJI ID PM Ann o WEST BOUND NO 34 isi x Dally Noss II STATIONSDaily u all iSSun ay 1 AM LvE 27pfr7 15 21Cannel City l22 7 n 19 Ilelechawa11I 7 60 13 Lee City 1316S 8 30 10 Liam ton IB 43 1 Wilhnnt 22J9 25 00 K Junction 2 u 9 30 JackatI Nos 21 and 22 will make close connIIat O t K Junction with Nos 3 points on the Lexington Hud Eastern way M J COMETII R IPANS Tabules Doctors find A Good prescription For mankind for UI5ii oitalnsthem s