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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 p l 1 jos tTUE HAZEL GREEN HERALDt 1 Established Mtooh 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and Ills Continent by Max ORell 0 i NINETEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 21 1004 NUMBER 51 Sifa eftOOPEtor t The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 50 Cents a Year to fl Icri Gin ies f JAMES Ba I Successor to Cecil Bros is now n mew stock of ri1ii Rijalt i tV I le lIti I carry n lino of Fruitsi leeG1f i l J 1 kept inn grocery storei He is also pro Rotor of tho OJlItGI13j NNi ore wheo i men will bo treated i iln manner and in his r horses nnd volllcl1A will ro rfnlA J D Broll J 4 JCOIVO tlm best S He also carries 7S Tfull limo of acsIILtkea will make to ordor any thiug in that lino Lop robes dustors buggy whips c will bo kept in stock and everything sold ut n ST LOUIS CORRESPONDENCE o f ST Lor is Mo July 9 1901 i Editor HAZEl GUKKN HKKAIU 1 The Democratic Convention filter an all night session nomi h nstad for at 0 n m to ldayJ1de Alton R Parker of Now y York It wno tho most exciting held in the lust dwade yrhe after touch wrangle i Was unanimously and i Parker was on motion of Governor r of Missouri unanimously jideclared Vention the nominco of tho conI K Bryan was on hand and received pj KM compelled to drop his finan cAmpnignsThel plntlarms groateidencoidnot address tho convention I f Virgininlrredterms too and whilo tho dolel spottaPromises were made by all par and be convention largo R ale WASH CashierWPOYNTER Aist Cashier i i Ir i O in li iWINCHESTER KY PAID UP remiving Frliit t1UluaJ1y firstcluBB qltravoling homoliko uttentlOn cloeoi- garo4n ofuoflt President Convention platform adopted Dockery fullytwentythohandwritin monut strongly Snoentton yliallsatasfa 16000Npl ClPJfl1IJ100OOOOO CECILI 1iIIr We solicit your banking busi ness and promise you prompt and careful service every attention and accommodation consistent with cor rect banking principles Senator Davis of West Virginia was nominated for Vice President John Sharp Williams of Mississ ippi was probably tho loaning spirit of tho convotion So groat was tho crowd that it took over 200 policemen to keep the people from crowding over the doorkeepers at the twentyfive on t I hallI Itttrance tto ttluMitiivcntiin tt ty uid tIII I thgrentI t eOIlI1 tin ht1tl in the Ilust filly y11 The Democrats present were well satisfied and are confident of vie tory NOTES The Worlds Fair is boinc at average of 75000tended bytut people daily The big show cost and is farsixty millions of dollars superior to the Chicago fair Prices aro reasonable if you will stay nway from big hotols Iteelne cnn the grounds at 100be had near per day and up Mrs TI1 Hnrmnn and hor five daughters attended the Worlds Fair this week after which Mr Harman wont to Paris Ills to visit friends Kentucky hAS one of the boat state buildings at the Fair Over ono thousmd poople rogistor there The location is unocoleddaily J II S Bean thetheKind Yoa fla reVas 8ectt I t DIRECTORS ill IrtIGLCiZ ill W1LD1 T R PljlLLIP ill B WILL J D lmpOn 31Z BU KWALUCf- A Ij FjAmPT0n CCM t w N c i Tfte WIQCn8st8fc KYi Bank 4 WINCHESTER x J F X II WiTiiKiisiooN President I Iulil Up Capltui tnoooooo surpiim i i i i ooonnn IliiiiiUnuin Ilrpimll of J 9 over I I I 00000000 V n This hank unllcllH mho accounts flfc itt nicrchnnlN farmer truthm nml bus V toIlieNs iiuii generally throughout 1ERNt JP y cm Kentucky mid otters iu ou toni j Jt1rll every fucitity a ml the inoit liberal x c term within the limits of 1 legltimAte blinking loct2ly C- e44 w W a 4srs 444 V BoyTime and again we have npj cnlcd to those of our subscribers in arrears to come In nnd pay up Wo need money to buy paper and Ink and pay tho printer Come in and attend to this today Parkers Life in a Nutshell The lifo of Alton Brooks Parker the Presidential nominee in n nut shell is- Born in Cortland Now York ill 1852 Educated in tho public schools and at tho Cordtland Acndomy Taught school whip studying lute and graduated from the Al bany Tutu School lFirst public ollico woe that of Surrogate of Ulster county Managed Democratic campaign which modt David B Hill Govor nor of Now York Declined nomination for Lion tenant Governor in 18S2 and 1885 Appointed Justice of the Su premo Court in lSG Declined Democratic nomina tion for Governor in IHi1 Elected Chiof Judgo of tho Court of Appeals of Now York in 1S97 Livos atEsopus near Kingston on tho Hudson Married Miss Mary L Schoon makor early in his career Family Ono daughter married to Rev Charles Hall of Kingston And on the 8th tiny of Novem t bar ho will be elected President of t the United States Call at this office and get a urn pIe ccpy of the Cincinnati En quiror and Great American Far mer both of which are clubbed with Tim HERALD as is also tho CourierJournal 1 M c R A BUDGET OF NEWS Including Personals About Our Own Citizens Former Resi dents Etc h From tho Jackson hustler James Knih Dead James Kash one of tho oldest citizens of Bourbon county died at his homo near North Middle town Thursday evening of last week at 5 oclock Ho hind boon ill for several months und his donUt was not unexpected His funeral took place at North Mid dlotown Saturday afternoon Mr Kash was a native of Breathitt county having boon born and roared on Quicksand about four miles from Jackson At the upon ing of tho civili I war he wont to NVolfo county whoro ho was mar ried to Dulcunia Hurst anti from there ho moved to Montgomery county whore ho resided until some four years ago when ho wont to Bourben county Ho was tho CountyAttorney of tho lending Republican orators und politicians of the Eleventh district A widow ono other son and fivo daughters survive him Ho hud many relatives in this county buiidos a host of friends who wore very sorry to hear of his lentil llrlllliiiit lUronl of Moiintnln Buy IUoviHionll ed April till 1001 providing for a reorganization of tho Porto Rico Provisional Uogimont of Infantry tho President has roappointed mot of the former officers of that organization Among those ap pointed appears tho nunio of Milos K Taulboo son of Major W H Taulb o a brother of Dr John A Taulboe amida1 formor Broathitt county boy Mr Taulboo is not only roappointed but is promoted his name being among tho captains of tho regiment in which ho ranked as a lioutonant heretofore Tho reappointmont and promo tion of Captain Taulbeo will ho very gratifying to his many friends in this and neighboring counties as it is conclusivo ovidenco of tho brilliant and enviable military record ho has rondo during tin comparatively brief period since his enlistment Enlisting as a private only two or throe years ago ho has won his present com mission on his merit and without tho least aid from political or other outside influences Mud Tuinirl Heine Cut Awn A largo force consisting of 100 men was put to work by tho bIL E Railway Company Intolon the mud tunnel just beyond Athol It is tho intention of tho company to cut away this tunnel and convert it into nu open cut The consum mation of this undertaking will remove what has boon n source of anxiety danger and constant ox penso over sinco work was first bo gun on it moro than a dozen years ago It was found necessary to have an extra train moot tho east bound passenger train at till tun nol for n day or two last week and to transfer passengers over the tunnel to tho extra train and thus on to Jackson This delay in tho regular service was necessary only n very short time timid service with no dolny has now boon reinstalled The work of removing tho tunnel is an enormous task and will not be completed boforo next fall Hurdin Hurst of Wolfe county was in our town Saturday on busi nessAttorney It A Hurst mudo n business trip to Wolfe county last Saturday returning Monday Mondoyfromgone to attend tho bedside of his mother who has boon ill for soy eral months He reports that she iis much improved- Dr J Brock Taulbeo ono of tho loading physicians and surgeons of tho State was over from hie home at Ashland Ky to visit bis f 4p brother Dr John A Taulboo of this town a fow lays of tho past wookAlex populurmammoth department storo of Hargia Bros was a visitor iu Wolfo county from Saturday until Monday The bright oyoa and dAZ zling smile of BOUIO one in that section is said to have inspired the visitINight Was Her Terror I would cough nearly all night long writes Mrs Charles Apple gate of Alexandria JudCnud could hardly got tiny sloop I had consumption so bad that if I ooughfrightfullwhen all othor medicines failed throe 4100 bottles of Dr Kings Now Discovery wholly cured mo and I gained CS pounds Its nb absolutely guaranteed to euro Coughs Cold La hippo Bron chitis and all Thoat and Lung Troubles Price GOo and 100 Trial bottles free at all druggists Kentuckys Greatest Sunday eo school Convention1000- Delegates Expected Tho iUHh annual convention of thin Kentucky Sunday School Asso ciation moots at Henderson Au gust 21J IT 91I Fully 1000 dole SUlldaySchool these State Conventions but thin will bo the first limo in its history that as many as seven hnvo attended IMr Marion Lawrence In tor national General Secretary and the recognized leader of tho Sun day School forces of tho world will bo present and take n promi nont part in tho program Mr M A Hudson of Syracuse N Y the author of tho Baraca Class will take charge of tho moot ing for monoMr Hudson has a national reputation an a lender iu time important work of winning tho mon to the Sunday School Every bible class in tho State should scud a delegate Mr IJP Lenvollof Jackson j 1i1 Sunday School Secretary of tho Baptist Church a young man but a recognized lender in the Sunday School work an intorcfll ing and inspiring speaker will bo thoro Also Rev Goorgo 0 Bach mac formor General Secretary of TonnoHsoo ono of tho best inform ed mon and ono of the strongest speakers in our ranks Mr E A Fox Rev T C Ge bauor and Miss Nannie Loo Fruy nor all recognized specialties will tako part Mr Lawrence Mr Len voll and Mr Fox have just returned from Jerusalem and Worlds Fourth and greatest Sunday School Convention and will vivo an ac count of this noted oruiso A richer feast has never boon spread for tho Sunday School workers of Kentucky Every Sun day School in tho State in entitled to representation Tho railroads give reduced ratio and all accreditedi delegates will ho on tortni noel free Henderson iis halfway botwooi Louisville and St Louis und stopover privileges will bo allowed for thoHO who want to attend both tho Convention and tho St Louis Ex position pnrticuInrsvillo Trust Building Louisville Ky No Pity Shown U For years Tate was after theisis continuously writes F A Gul lodge Verbena Ala I had a terrible caso of Piles causing 24 tumors Whoa all failed Bubklons Arnica Salvo cured mo Equally good for burns and all aches and pains Only 25c nt nil druggists- WANTEDA pint or loss ovenVof pure groundhog oil for which a reasonable price will bo paid Call at this office 1 I r it p t Itf r t y F 3 k S r 1r l i f t 1 I J j t tI r 11 J THE HERALD SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY July 21 1004 r DEMOCRATIC TICKET roil IUMHWKNT ALTON BROOKS PARKER OK NEW VOIIK FOR VIOK IMIKSIDKNT HENRY C DAVIS Of WKMT V1IUIIMA Non CONOKIWS teal DISTUICT HON FRANK A HOPKINS Ol FLYI cI1NTY- ANNOUNCEMENTS CUt IM LlmIWe arc authorized to nn PERDUE I nouoce G W 1KKUUK of Lane nit a cntitlidnte for the office nfI Jailer of Wolfo County subject to the action of the Democratic party FOK COUNTY CIKUK W uro authorized to an- a SWANGO flounce W W Swango of Valeria us ucaudiduto for County Court Clerk of Wolfo county subject to DelliI ocratic primary Nov 12 1101 VOlt COUNTY ATfOUNKY C i tOCM n candidate for reelection to theI olBco of County Attorney of Wolfe county subject to Democratic primury November IItli HI01 FOR AHMKHSOlt Wo urn niitliorizod to mi JOHNSON I nuiinco Ellis JoliiiHon nun candidate for Assessor of Wolle county subject to Democratic primary Novem her IJlhI ALLENWoI arc nuorzc to nn nco U li Alton of 1 Ieo City UK n cnmlidiito for AwwMHor HIII jiit to tlio action of the Democratic party y IOlt STATK SIINATOU Wo aro authorized to tinWHEELER I 1011 IKO SAMI WIIKKL1 1Kit UH n tiiulidntt fur State Sunutor to rtiirosont this district Hiilijcct to tin action of tho Democratic party rote siiciuri lire authorized to imnoiiiiciDAYWt A DAY ana candidate for MliirifT of Wolfo Coiintv subject t the notion of till Democratic party nro authorized to an COMBSIVo A TI tMljS of Cainpton UH a camliilato for Sheriff of Wolfo County unlijett to the action of the Democratic party Tun oil itor ol this papur lioiv with nuknowlodgos tho rocoiptof nn invlnliou to n banquet to ho given by thoTack8onClubofTorroIInulo lad of which Iiuuof It Swnngo is 1rosiilontt It iid ono of tiio largest and most intliiontial Dom ouratiu clubs in tho lloonior Stnto nnd on the 10th inst tho cluh tins to ratify tho nomination of Pnrkor nod Davis to which they invited several hundred guostn Bosido the oditor lion W 0 Mizo of this place was invited Rod ho also re grots very much that ho was mm able to nttond on tho occasion named UNDER tho hoed of announce montfl in our pitpor today appears tho unmo of Ellis Johnson who in nn nspirnnt for tho offico of Asses sor of Wolfo county subject to tho notion of tho Democratic primary on November 12th 1901 Mr Johnson iis n young man but has boon idontifIed with tho Demo cratic party over sinco ho attained his majority and whilo ho has never inndo n display of his oar nostnoss ho has lone ns much to win success for tho nominees ofq tho party as any man of his ago perhaps in tho county lie is in tho main asolfmado man and tho policy ho has pursued in his own business fits him for tho position ho seeks ns ho is careful and pains taking IIo is sober honest nnd industrious nnd should ho bo tho choice of tho primary will provo in ovory wny worthy tho trust im posed upon him Democrats weigh wo11 his chances and bo prepared to consider them when tho pri mary is hold Willio Kash representing Trim blo Brothers wholesale grocers Mt Sterling called on our merchantsr this week ti ti Y- u 1 VmrCnf1ioy aa dry good anmor from Huntihgton WVa was was in town Wednesday A game of base ball will b played at Campion tomorrow be tween tho Campion and Hazol Green bdys No doubt a largo crowd will bo in attendance Tho Union Prayer Services will bo hold ns usual at tho Presbyte rian Church this evening Sub joct The Uplifting Tower of Overcoming Obstacles You are asked to come- Working Night and Day Tho busiest and mightiest little thing that over was mndu is Dr Kings Now Life Pills Those pills change weakness into strength lietlossnosB into energy brainfag into mental power They are won derful in building up tho health Only 25c per box Sold by all druggists J A Miller of Millorsburg iis at SWII1go Springs Retreat for tho benefit of tho water Jn a con VOl sation with our man about town ho told of being through horo in 1803 and stopping over night with a man named CecilI who lived 12 miles from West Liberty His do scription of tho man location otc led to tho boliof that ho roforrod to Uncle Snm Cecil deceased of whom ho had a very pleasant roe ollection Ha nlso know Hon W 0 Mizo whoa tho latter attended school Millorsburg Mr Miller was a Confederate soldier a mom bor of Morgans command and told of many incidents of tho war und his experience that proved quilo interesting 34th Senatorial District Mooting A mootingof tho Democratic Committee of tho JMth Senatorial District of Kentucky was hold in the cniirtlioiiHO in tho town of Jackson lKy at 1 oclock p in standard time on Inly 20th 1UOI pursuant to a call of John S Car tor Chairman of said district Tho following members of said commit tUM WITH present John S Carter Allio Landrum Ed Callahan It I1C l Arnott and Win Kaywood by proxiu On motion of JSd Calla hun John S Carter wits elected Chairman and 1CI 15 Arnott Secre tary of said mooting whoruupon I1C IL 4 mutt offered the following resolutions which wore rend and unanimously adopted by said mmeoting UisoiviK That the Democrats of the Mill Senatorial District of Kentucky H cmblo themselves in mm convention at thin cniirlhmiHO at their respective county seats in said district at tho hour of 1 oclock p m standard time on Nov iimli IHOI to select delegates to attend tho convention to ho lick at Cany 1 Kyout Dec SHli 1101J at 1 oclock p in standard time to select a candidate for Senator of tilt Mth Sena torial District of Kentucky to ho voted for at Iho jiiioral election to he held in November lHOf- iUltsoiYKP Thai each county shall bo entitled to ono vote for each two hun dred votes cast for tho Democratic nom into for President lit tho November elec lion 1104 and one vuto for each roe tion over ono hundred votes cast for said Democratic nominee for President nt saidI November election 1101I RKSOIVKO That all Democrats over 21 yeaiaof ago and all Democrat who will bo 21 years of neo on or before the November election 1 105 ho entitled to meetingUKSOIVKP of these reso lutions be sent to the Hazel Green Her ouotyNetspublication On motion tho meeting adjourned JOHN S CAUTKII Chairman K H Ausltrr Secretary A New Story Pennsylvania Grit announces tho introduction of a now serial oponing its appearance indicate that it is n story of absorbing interest limo SCOMOS are along tho const of Maine and time characters nro of tho sailor class quaint in language Judgingbystory and tho well known chnr actor of the highclass novels that paper issues in its Story Compan ion this story will provo a general favorite and provo equally as in teresting ns the ono that closes AppointodTimo eagerforprice iis within tho roach of all All regular subscribers get tho StoryCompauionpublished in it would coat at least 150 each J 111 Another Accidental Killing at tM wjadfisofe Eddie Cox eight years of age shot and killed his fouryearold brother at Jackson Sunday morn ing nt 8 oclock tho ball taking otloct in the face and coming out in tho hack of tho hondo Thoy nro thoy children of Dr B D Cox who was assassinated nt night of tho streets of Jackson two yoar- ngo I Their mother died lust fall sinco which timo thoy have lived r with thoirgi amifather T P Card wall Eddio had boon playing with nn old riflo gun which hOe longed to his father nnd which hind not been discharged since hisI don Lb until the accident occurred This iH the third similar occur react in Jackson within the past year in which n sister or brother has boon accidentally shot and1t killed by n brother Dont Think became you have taken many remedies In vain that your cnso In Incurable HoodnI Sarsaimrllla him cured many necmlnirly hope hoes eves of scrofula catnrrb rhetmiatlMii kidney complaint dyspepsia and debllltyi 1 Taylor Center hns pnid his fee asI a candidato for County Judge in tho coining primary election and told Tin HKIIAUI Saturday that he would oflicially nnnonnce in n week or so Of Judge Centers ad ministration of tho affairs of llO county whet ho last hold time place very many speak in tho highost terms and all ngroo that he did much for tho betterment o the county Ho built three bridges on Lucy Crook nuulo several change in roads that proved home tidal and the tux rule was kept at tho minimum nill tho while We cannot now oxpatinto upon his ollicial ciiroor but as soon as hi i announcement appears in those columns wo will toll tho people more about his good work Lippincotts for July This highclass magazine reached us very late in the month bit t it was just as good nevertheless Ono complete novel Tho Love of n Princess and nine short stories all by tho host authors of fictionI tho country produces constituted1 tho literary features und there was not n lullngo of reading matter in tho whole thing 1C very month it coianiiis a com pluto novel which published nlpne wouldt cost lf0 Thus each HiihsorilxM1I nt 200 the year gals 12 novels which hough independently wouldI cost him 1SOO and besides lho gots many short stories household rocipos null generally useful information Wo will bo glad to forward HiihncriptionH fo tiny ono of or renders or thy may do HO after reading Limo ad which see in our paper today Hill Perry rop IIHHn ting tho Van Doron IHardware Company of Lox ington wits in town Tuesday in terviowing our merchants MEATSMALT THE IDEAL TONIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres Lila and Strength In Every Drop A scientific combination of the essential constituents of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT Louisville Ky January 11 igoi MEATS MALT CO LouUvllle Ky GentlcmenIbvlnlfeumlnedlIr Meat and Malt preparation and txmff thoroughly acquainted with lit rompoiitlon ant mode ol nunrlacturc I ran hate that It li an efficient nerve and blood tonic It aches the appetite and Invlforafts dlgeitlon and K tixcullr nelictlln nervous prostration and all diseases debility Yours truly L D KASTENHINE M P IxsuUvllle College of rumncy NEAT A ouavrtr rya KILL THI COUCHA- ND CURE THI LUNGS KingsHow PrIceFOR100 OLDS Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK roo ristoooFor Subscribers to the Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer subscriptionsThe St Louis Worlds Fair is now open to the public since April 30 We invite estimates on the recorded admissions for Monday August i 1904 For nearest correct estimates of the admissions on that day as win i be recorded and officially announced by officials of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition Co the Enquirer Company will present to its subscribers tot the Weekly Enquirer 10000 as follows 9 To tho ono estimating Nearest to tho correct j number 8500000 1 tToSecond Nearest 100000 j To Third Nearest 50000 To Fourth Nearest 25000 j 1To1 As announced in Weekly Enquirer See that paper for particulars use the coupon there printed or send for blanks All estimates receivedafter midnight of July 31 1904 will be rejected and subscription money Ireturned to the sender i Figures to 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