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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w f t cr f HE HAZEL GREEN HERALDo = Iatablishod March 4 1885 Made Famous In tho Story or Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORol1 = c r= 0- NIN11E1N1ii YEAH nAZBL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 28 1001 NUMUKH 52 srJ Oruor font IClmIThe Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 50 Cents a Year WASH u CashierWJ W POYNTER Asst Ca- sltiareiaI i1 t iA 1 i8 WINCHESTER KY PAID UP CAPITAL SI10000000 JAMES B CECIL 1Successor to Cecil Bros is now receiving H nw stock of r W rMT j QM ii1Jb thIan- d I 1 will carry n line of Fruits Vegetables ivc In fact everything usually kopt in a firstclass grotpry store He is also propitor of the fIlIrI1rl I AG K AKJXV Iwhe o traveling men will ho treated in n homelike manner and in hiH horses nml voliiclia will ro 6flJaJiillJ1 l WvVJ ljr4 eovo tho lust attention J He also T carriesJJJMull It and will make to order any thing in that I lu Lap robts dilAtor buggy whips +CC1vi11 bo kept in stock tend everything sold at n close ma f IHiLI mTE COLLEGE OP KENTUCKY Lexington KentuckyII Il i I StfjtPThe Agricultural and tifechltnlcal Co1l7irl nf l enlnrkefdbbdguall 11lfllrin COUrlfR Tr1Nllelyv1it Arinlinril lrtndtira rhirnl 1IHIIdtHIllrrlligWtbematieal eltlr + lellttlIhIIl4tphyMcal irial NrhnUI j lit Which Stead 1111- WIll Mlineerinp civil mining till iueeriIEsellcngii firlns IcaelillIIIu pwilrcr yaw and11leadsI to a lust Srniltiate sin he arc faculty lea ater- lCtIrclJ Each course of Hiudy iis orgwlizrd illtuctnrllI under a nepnrato the wneral number nearly fifty professors wad fuel mum light County appointees receive tuition ream rent ill dormitories andThe1 lIIoderI I The Iaegislatltrc IIpproprintl11 t OOOO for a cnlle e home for young women- l llUildilllH lit completeUllthtid fllrldrill boil and gyonlnsiun for omen required by- Graduates fur as CoDIIUse I O00o yiilitary tactic and sCIeuco lire fully provided fil1c oxccllent po ition from the seventl coures of study readily of thtor time abilitya nod ilheralreunmcrution flail demand iIII htrgely ill ifOicxcCNS tulle Last year the ntatriculntinn teas have charge of each dc pecittlistitht of 111ilIIlltthe ttrlDteutIIC natural science Summer schools IIro provided for pedagogy engin Ii Instruction in science the title of collegehitherto i Tho of Kentucky though bearing univeratt- soik I tube rtlinstitution ill the COIIIIIIOliwealth doing itt rely proper senso fI y I facilitiesI 1 i The I e l 011 tf the tulle home for modern WOlllcn conveniences provides illdulting- A RIOd bonp c1ui with IIII nod lighted by heated by sleall1 and room for physicalculture It ill S 4kttrldtyteotn9 An upportunit nfltmed to them of n thorough education In clal8lci Jieder lan literature science mthemnllcI logic nlelnphyslC5 for educa- r i L Ieconomy Nil other inltitulion ill the Santo 0l1er8 State ndvnntages College of Kentucky i omen nt nil comparable to those otter by the information regnrdlflE I It i i For cntningucs methnd of obtninim appointments i1fstudy lull terms ofadnlirsiotl HPPly lAJTERSON to Ph D LL D K OtoJAMFs Lexington Ky t 1 11 6th 1904 A Term BegIns September r 3v1 111rNN c solicit your banking busi ness and promise you prompt and cjiroful service evei y attention and net ontmodatloll consistent with correct banking nrineinles uDIRECTORS ill miLLER S ill W1LL1 T IT PRILLIP5 UJ B WILLS1 J n 1 mpOn 3 R BU KUJffLCGR A I fj11mPTO- nO tit rit1 JJi 4 L4t l1 I 1- or rfncw g fi si riBanki + ttlNTHIiSTKK1 KY to r + N IL WiTiiiiiisroox I rell I II ItoIalil li apllal is lliOlHH l 0 T Slirpll I t W1000000 r + Ilnndruntr I1purlt t j pp1111 i i i wrooooooo r This lunik MilirilH tin mcotiiit of nuTlimit fiirintTM trmlrrs nml IIIIH I iiifhN niiti Kfiuriilly tliroiiclicnit Kitut Itrll Kentucky iinil nHVro iln riiKtoin ITMCVITV 1iudity mill tin ninul lilicrnl trrins within the limit of 1 li iliinutf + hankjug luctJly c- oc 1 + i i H Ifejy Tinif aims iiKidiMvo liavi appealed to tluine of our HiilifcriherH in arrcarH to comb in wad pay upC need money to buy papa wad ink null pny the Aria terGcIllW in and attend to this today LIPPINCOTTS IMONTHLY MAGAZINE LIBRARY The Best in Current Literature 12 COMPLETE Novrt YEARLY MANY SHORT STORIES AND PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS 260 pen YEAR 26 CTS A COPY NO CONTINUED STORIES c EVERY NUMBER COMPLETE IN ITSELF KILLTHK COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Oescovery ONSUMPTION PrieD 11OUGHS and BOcIOO OLDS FreD Trial Surest nnd Quic coat Cure for alt THROAT and LUNG THOUB LE8 or MONEY I1AO- IDR F C RAKES- IPHYSiGIAN AND SURGEON HAXEL GREEN KY Will answer all calls and play be found at Uitteahouso Ranch Swango Spring when not professionally engaged W TUB HERALD and Courier Journal both to any addrcw 1 a year And now is the time to subscribe e THE TOWN OF JACKSON As Soon by the Editor of the Her ald Is the Best in Eastern Kentucky Tho editor of this paper attend od tlio meeting of tho Senatorial District Committou at JacksonJ Dn- ltlIlIRtlIlY of lant wind and was iniprMHsod with improvements in that town within time Ipast year or two Indeed there nro HO many inipruvuinontH sinco his visit n few yoare ago that tho town inns the appearance of n oitulHI ono of the main features iis tho good order noticeable on every side During oho two days lull nights ho npont thorn he never heard a hoiHterotm or ohHcono word tine crack ofn pistol or gun or any othor un seemly noise that would jar tho must norvou5urson Tho town has an electric light plant but it was not in operation nt tine time for some cause The streets are being graded now buildings nrg in the course of erec tion and others just completed are being painted All around and about is the hustle of business and from tho wholowilo and retail establishments of llargis llros and Day llros iv Co respectively down to lunch stands all seem to bo doing well Every comfort for tho inner man is provided for in three hotels and several boardinghouses nil of which are wolf pa tronizml with transient nod regu tar boarders and ovorywher may lie found ice water HO refreshing in these hot days There are three salooiH in operation from which tho city receives a revenue of a 150 and this iis applied to time im proving of tine streets police pro tection etc And the police force while composed of onlysix or seven moon is as good as any simi lar forco in tho country Tho men on duty are no watchful that an offender IH incarcerated almost instantly and always paya tho PUll alty Ihero nro three churches 1ren byterian Chrintinn and Metho clihtlillel n largo following of Bap lists who have no church building All tho former citiona of this place now residing there are wolf pleased with the place and Are pulling for the upbuilding of the towr The Hustler and NOWH respect ively keep the people informed of local and current evinto nnd in turn appear to ho well palronied with job work and advertising- A visitor there today would hardly believe that as Into as 1851l the people thou sun tho first four wheeled vehicle over introduced into that section lint according lo Hud Sowoll of that place and A Hie Landnim of our county such is n fueL They told us that the people of Knottnnd furry worm on hand to witness tho coming of the wagon and that Undo Pros Trimble of our town was tho gun tleman who drove it in Hud Sowell told of the first pair of shoes he over owned Jt was in November of that year that ho was at thin store and tannery of his uncle Tom Bowel1 when that gun tleman asked him why ho was barefooted Ho replied that he had no shoes when his uncle measured oflii piece of half tnnno0 hide and handed him Hud took tho bundle and walked to lProxon Crook where a cousin of his mado him the shore Allis ILandnim said his father run a store there that goods was brought up the rivor in a push host nod ho was at the landing when the boat arrived in tho fall of 1851 lie had brought him u pair of hoots thin first ho over possessed Allio put thorn on forthwith and in n fow hours every boy in town had in turn tried thorn on Hut now things are very differ ont between that town nnd Hazel Green and mainly bocnuso wo have not boon fortunate to secure a rnilrond Briofly Jackson iia easily the host buflinoBfl place in Eastern Kentucky And the pride of tho place is the 8 P Loes Institute n school equal to any in tho land I Henry IMorntt received n tele grunt yesterday trout JJushton 111 notifying him that his father was oncoIllutake tho train this morning and hopes to reach Bush ton tonight Stub Senator Charley Sublott Salyernvilh wan in town yofltor day shaking hands with his ninny friends Questioned as to tho chances of his father linn Isnno Sublett for the nomination for Circuit Judgo at tilt primary to ho until August 20th ho ropliod that they wore indeed flattering On TuoHilay night Jack Milleri of Len Cityt took an ovordoso of mor phine whether by accident or sui cidal intent is not known lint Dr Carroll was called to seo him yesterday morning nod found him unconscious Ho also found tin empty morphine bottle lint not knowing what quantity it tuny have contained ho could not toll whether it was worth while to pump Iris stomach or not Sinco the abovo was written u telephone message from Dr Carroll status that there is no hopo for him i that he land bought Lund evidently taken nearlya full bottle one uighth of an ounce Sill UIE IOlt STATU SrNATOlt I Elks Crood 1 J II Dont keep the alabaster boxes I i f your loco and lendornoas sealed tip until your friends are load Kill their liven with sweetness Speak approvingi rhooring words while their ears can Incur thom and while their hearts can bo thrilled and made happier i tho kind things you meant to say when thll5o11ltheir collins HOIK to brighten null theyluavoarmy alabaster boxes Jllidlaway full of fragrant porfume of Hympathy and direction which thoy intend to break over my body I would rather tinny would bring thorn out in my weary troubled tours and open thom that 1 may bo refreshed and cheored while I need thom I would rather have a plain collie without a lower u funeral without an eulogy than u lifo without the sw0OUlcs of love IIUltlIym pathy Post mortem kindness spiritFlowers rance back over tine weary way Tho faults of our hrothum wo writo upon tho sand i their virtues upon the tablets of lovo mid mom ory Brutally Tortured A cnso came to light that for noraiatont nnd unmerciful torturo oCjunlcllToowrites I or1fj yours I ondurod inauiVornblo pain from Ithoumn tiam nnd nothing relieved mo though I tried everything known I cuiiio across Electric hitters nnd iits tlio greatcritmodicino on earth for that trouble A few bottles of it completely relieved nnd cured mo Just n8 good for Livor and Kidney troubles and general do bility Only COo S tinfaotienf guarautood by all druggists L i iii1 otpay k a frr M tfr i ERALDiSPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY July 28 1004 DE IOORATIOrl1ICIET rOIL PItK4I11NT ALTON BROOKS PARKER 01 NKV VOIIK POlL tIE IlL t I UJST HENRY C DAVIS OK WKST V1KOINIA FOR CONOKIXS 10th DISTRICT HON FRANK A HOPKINS- OI KIOYD CIIYNT- YANNOUNCEMEN1S h roil IAIIKII We arc authorized to an PERDUE r nuiinco G W PERDUE of Lane HI 11 otiiiliilate for tho oflico of Jailer of Wolfe County xtiliject to the action of the Democratic party IOIl COUNTY CIKItK- CIAAUTO We lire authorized to an OlYAlluUi flounce W W HWIIIICO of Valeria as candidate fur tnunty Court Clerk of Wolfe county Htihjectto Ucin ourutic primary Nov I12 IlUII FOIL COUNTY ATTOUXKY EllllfQ Uoartiiiitliiirifd toC i Ui rULItOi announce 0 C lKulkst AH a candidatii for ro election to the office of County Attoriieyof Wolfe county Mihjeet ill Democratic priinury November lilli HUM rust ASSKSSO- KIfiUMQflMl l11e arc atitlinri7 i l lauJUllHOUrJi iimmee Kiln liiluium M III candidate for Assersor of Wollo county subject to Democratic primnrv Novem ber I th- ALLENI Vare authorized to mi nonnce C It Allen of Loo City UK a candidate for Ae+ nr sub jest to the action of the Demoeralic party IOIl STATK SKNVN WHEELERWtKfIlIhri1tllllllllI I I Kl ttN it candidate for Slide Senator tot rpprewnt this ditlrirt nnhjcel to the xctloii of the Dliioinitie pirty run sllJHIII DAYfive arc authorized to IU A 1 DAY as a candidate for Sheriff of Wolfe Conntv subject fthe action of the Democratic party COMBS Wo are authorized to at- S nounco A T COMHS o r Cum j ton its a candidate for Sherill of t Wolfo Countv subject to the action of the Democratic party puGoing to Worlds Fair If so tnko the Lexington and1 Eastern from Jackson and noto goatbotwoonSeason tickets good until Deeom sixtydatiokots1645 i UA TORTABasra You HawWwrs BwgM of hd7 Tnis issue closes the nineteenth I year of TUB HERALDS existence a notwithstanding we inaugurated j j tho paper on the 4th day of March 1885 The timo between tho two dates represents 1 1scount of had roads illness of tho editor etc Wo were a perfect stranger to tho people of this sect tion and handicapped by a debt for the entire outfit and wo soon roalied that to make a paper go in thiq community whore the peo plo wore not of the reading kind would require extraordinary effort upon our part This we proceeded to exert and by dint of due indus try soon had tho satisfaction of knowing that our work was appro ciated by some very staunch friends at least Then cane tho lamented Max ORell who in his tour of this country picked Tin HKKAUI as tho ideal American country journal IT and through his hook made it famous throughout nilI of Europe The leading papers of this country copied from it over and anon so that in a few years it had both national and international fume Meanwhile it worked for the up building of every enterprise morn and material that would benefit the country and enjoyed a living patronage This owing to tho tango it had attained would have grown but for our environment 1 Tho people slid not encourage our advertising patrons to an extent to justify all of them in continuing business with us and some WI lost Others more porsistont have continued with us the while and tho result has invariably proved their wisdom During tho limo papers have sprung up over thI whole territory which was formerly exclusivelyI Tilt HERALD like tmuhroomX und like mushrooms have gone Ithe way of things for gotten That THK HKKAU ha had sn appreciative patronage i proved by the fact that it has out lived all of them and while its lifts has not hon as luxurious as i wi wishod wo have been content to hope full still hope This till bouysus up for we have great faith in the future of this country Anti now thanking all who havn stiuxl by us in the pust and hoping tin patronage of yet others wo cliiso tho nineteenth year with Igo id will to nil and malice toward I none I Every Movement Hurts When you have rheumatism Muscle aw fltliT mud sort ami joints lire imlnfnl Ilomli StirNiiimrllln KOCS rlcht to the spot In this dis fiw neutralize the acidity of the blood and1 radically cures Accept no substitute rsuALLY when you hoar a man say his friends are urging hun ttoI run for ollico ho is talking through his hat in a voice of droamland I but from what we have hoard and1 ifloon wo believe the pooplo of MorI gun county are insistent upon Too l Piorntt of Maytown to mako th- race for ShorilV Four or five prospective candidates everyone of whom would run unless ho con souts to do so havo made a propo iflition to withdraw if ho will make i l the race This we halo from reo iliable men in Morgan county told I j I inIany particular from evidence of our own oyos Morgan has boon BOrsoil everybody is convinced that in Joo Pioratt they will have the right man for the right place Ho is a farmer identified with tho material nnd moral interests of tho county honest sober and all oleo that is essential and should he consent to make the race will win by a rousing majority If ho concludes to do so and it now looks that way it is more than probable that ho will place his announcement in THE HERALD so the people generally mny consider his clairiaI F Dr Nickell reports the birth of girl to tho wife of Rev Jeff Ed warns of Laurel on Saturday lat Caleb Allen candidate for Assessor was in town yesterday hands with friends and pushing his candidacy in a quiet way Mrs E M Russell has the of the editor and Iris bettor seveneighths for a fine heart of cabbage and several messes of fine cornfield beans Rolla Clurk of the Cox mill neighborhood had n part of one of his thumbs accidentally sowed off while fixing a circular saw yester day Dr Nickell dressed the wound Heres the First Cincinnati Enquirer L noticed in your issue of July 15 an article stating that tho earl paign poet wouhl have a hard row to hoe to find a throne for Parker submit the following- A elmnl oVrihmlowuil the Democrats And linimiil the eight years post lint soon the scene will IJCttltll fornietl Into hide skies tit lust The convention met nod yet the clouds Would sorely have beta darker nail not a lirillhuit star shone forth la the IIITKIM of lud e Parker- S l VllsON Hazel ireeu Ky holy HI S100 Reward S100 The renders of tillS paper wilt be pleased to learn that there iis at least one dreaded disease that sci race hits been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh pnslilivi I fraternity Catarrh being a con stitutional disease requires a etn stitutional tronMnent Units ta tarrh Lure In lOn internally acting directly upon tho blood and mu COW surfaces of the system thIr by dstroying tIn foundation I the disease and giving tli jiitiit strength I by building up th n stilulion mild assisting lHt Ill in doing its work The prIr1q have BO much faith in its cur iy powers that thy offer fit inI frI any ease that it fails to euro Send afur list of Ur+ tinuIitalsL ldir F J CHESKY Co aIulodu Ohi Sold by all druggists 7V Take Hulls Family Pills fur constipation Encampment Rates Tim Lexingtoni and Eastern will run a special train front Jackson to Louisville on Sunday August Mth ftaccount of the groivt 1K of 1P Kncampmcnt Louisvile Ivy Hates for the round trip aro as follows 5KlC1CISluuclimtb ilt Klkatnwn GHfi JlholIf fi 10 Tallejja If 500- Hoattyville faction I ji 1nrrtiltIf If 450 Stantini tlfi Clay City Sri Special train will run through to Louisville via Lexington and Southern Knilwny leavin- gleattytillelltlielin Jackson S10 a in 9i II Clay City 102S II- 1Arrive at Lexington IfJOIi II Arrive at Louisville in the iiftcrnoon Tickets to St Louis will bean sale for this train with privilege of stopping at Louisville during the Encampment nt one fare for round trip plus ill cents on any train until Sept 10th agentseI L mid iK Railway CiiAiuiw H SCOTT G p A MEAT MALT THE IDIAL TONIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres Life and Strength In Every Drop A scientific combination of the essential constituents of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT LouisvilleKrJanuary ai tow MEAT MALT CO Louisville Ky Gtntltmen Harlnc examined your Meat and Malt preparation and being thoroughly acquainted with Its compoiitlon and mode of nunrfactnre I can state that It Is an efficient nerve and olood tonic It andhall ducasct attended with debility Yours truly L D KASTENBINE MILouUvllle Colleffi of PUrmicy 4r a MALT DO LiiMvNI K sr Mf M I 10000For Subscribers to the Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Two Estimates allowed on each yearly subscription The St Louis Worlds Fair is now open to the public since April 30 We invite estimates on the recorded admissions for Monday August t 1904 For nearest correct estimates of the admissions on that day as w be recorded and officially announced by officials of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition Co the Enquirer Company will present to its subscribers fa the Weekly Enquirer 10000 as follows To tho one estimating Nearest to tho correct number 8500000 To Second Nearest 100000 To Third Nearest 50000 To Fourth Nearest 25000 To Fifth Nearest 15000 To Next 310 Nearest 1000 each 310000 As announced in Weekly Enquirer See that paper for particulars uj the coupon there printed or send for blanks All estimates received after midnight of July 31 1904 will be rejected and subscription money returned to the sender Figures to guide yon will bo printed In Daily and Weekly Enquirer often as obtainable 100 for a years subscription to the Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer entitles the subscriber to TWO ESTIMATES Send for sample copy of Weekly Enquirer blanks etc etc- LIBERAL TERMS TO AGENTS The Enquirer Profitsharing Bureau PO Box 716 Cincinnati 0 b you have only Ono Dollar to spare send It to ONLYII ProYtileilli 1 8nvi gIIIIflkg I M1 ft r an account to whl h you wn add or I O Ntvlthdri v U any time wherever you may be Any b Jl to pO will be acccptca 11 DOllA R BookletDPII 1 1SentHill cation n D II KROQER All accounts In thlr bank aro strlrtlv nrCdcn tliil liotv i u tln biik and tit III t Jntr f- IPresidentI tst Is added Jiinuary aril July and tnr1adedr E LEO W J JEWEL VAN l LAURi The PrOIllflonl MS WK I TiII1nn t Vice Presidents j jhmnher of Coiniiurio Ind Clncunntl If 1f J f LJi lOn anti rIIvE ay Tints Table in Libel May 22 1904 WESTJ IsttN1D- aily iNot tt tx- guiufay STATIONS Duily inn Sunday111 AMArr II PMArr II 15 Alii 0 n1 2 25 pus 7 l Ij ain 211 KfaUVveJc 2 iitf pm 7 17 lUll to Ilorrent t1a 17 pm SOIIII 1Ir Nat Hridgo HI 4 01 pins as am 57 Stauloij 5 j 4 30 pm S 1711111 I luv City 1 jm70jIII 10 urn ill ILife Klunen- i23am IIMI Winchester iKij 6 20 pm 10 10 ant UILtxiulllIlII11 C 05 nm EAST BOUND Dally Mo exiIIII STATIONS i1XoJ Sunday fo1 rfI Sunday PM Jvelt A1LLye- i 25 pro 0 Lexington 01 7 45 am- a 10 pus IO 8 12 am 3 fie pill JO 8111I10nI11 J 13 am 1 lid plllH 9 23 am 4 35 71II 54 am 4 4U 1n157iINnt IIrltlgel It 08 am 5 11 PIl1oucaltyveJcO 1029 am o 11 pm 90 OifcKJuncn iOill 26 RID 015 pIl1111jJIICksOIli1l4111 30 am Nos 3 and 4 make close connection for Canael City and points on Ohio ami Ken tucky Hallway Division daily except Sun tiny Nos 1 and 2 connect nt L K Junction with Chesapeake and Ohio for Ml Sterling pointsNos nt Benttvville Junc lion with L A for Heattyvilfc daily ex cept SundayJ I ManagerOil0 K BRANCH EAST HOUND Xo33 i No21 Dnllex1 = exSunday330 0 =Jackson 0 mo3 33 1OKi Junction 6 11 26 417 lttVilhurstIi 11 52 4 30 13 Hampton 13 11 58 5 10 20 Lee City 20 12 22 518 22 Helechawn 22 12 28 45PMnR WEST BOUND 22DailyexSundayAMLVE PM ARK 7 15 27 Cannel City 1 05 j 7 41 21 Helechawa 6 1 22 7 50 19 Lee City 11 1 28 8 30 13 ilampton13 1 52 8 43 1011ilhurst 20 1 68 925 1 OK Junction 22 230 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 35 Nos 21 and 22 will make close connecttor at O K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for points on the Lexington and Eastern Rah way M L CONLEY Superintend ent M W WORLDS FAIR HORT Llf- lESoutnerQ flatiaU 43 MILES THE SHORTEST FastestBest to the Worlds Fail IFI Only line opTinii SiMII TRAINS Irom LexiiLton lit fit lmii without intros venienio 1 I iliuncf of iII Look at the Schedule IDAYLICHT TRIP ISI Louis Exposition Limited Leave Lexington I iio a m dally Leave 1llIihiIhI slam dilly Arrive St Louis 45i pUJdiilf j j Observejl sued Day Coaehes thronnh from Lexington to St Louis without CIt111- geNIGHT TRIP Worlds Fair Flyer Leave Lexington 530pmdaUy Leave Louisville 1015 pm del Arrive St Louis732 a mdall- ysolid train of Pullman tfleenen DIY Coaches and Free HeclInhiR Chair Cm Irom Lexin ton to St Louis without change All trains make close connection nt Lnlon Station St Louis with Wnbash Suburbia service nod Electric Cars direct to the Worlds Fair grounds Hound Trip Excursion Rates from Ln ifiRton as follows 1240 good returning fifteen days 1385 good returning sixty days 1665 good returning until December 15th Tickets will be on stile daily nt the above rtes 870 good returning seven day Coach Excursion Coach Excursion tickets on sale on ipeciw dates For informntion call on or write II C KING Ticket Agent 89 East Main Street Lexington hf T W CREWS Traveling Inss Agent 89 East Maui Street Lexington Ky C II II HUNGERFORD IA334 Fourth Avenue Louisville M C B ALLEN A lie P A St Louis Mo R IPANS Tabules Doctors find A Good prescription- For mankind The 5 cent packet Is enough for UIUal oc oOellltalnsthem BLUEGRASS NURSERIES SPRING 1904 8TREES BY THE MILLIONW FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL SHRUBSGRAPE VINES ASPARAGUS RHUBARB w SMALL FRUITS And everything for ORCHARD LAWN AND GARD JliJNo Agents Strawberry aDd Gel eral Catalogue on application to H F mLLENMEYER I COXI LEXINGTON KY J9Both phoHea 279 Sy RheumatismWet Is the use of telling the rheumatlo that he feels as It his iJoints were being dk located 7 He knows that his sufferings arc very neb like the tortures of too rack111 What he want divelei s what will per nentl1 cure his lI1d according to thousands of grateful testimonials I- sHoods Sarsaparilla neutralizes the blood on which the disease dependsncoine eliminates It and strengthens thepletelY system against Its return Try Hoods THE HERALDDr- ink Wninscotts Distilled Pop for Health Born to the wife of Curtis Lacy on Thursday July 14 a girl Dr Kickell oiliciated Miss Mary Bruce Jones of Mt Sterling is the guest of her cousin Miss Daisy Day E L Noble of Jackson passed through our village from Sunfold on Wednesday on route for home Thraphor Combs passed through our village Sunday on route to Leo City to build fences for his candidacy Sarsaparilla is the medi HOODS impure blood eruptions weakness mid general debilityit positively and absolutely CURES Judge Center huilt tilt threo bridges across lied liver instead of Lacy Creek as incorrectly stated last weokjr There will bo services at Days boro at 3 oclock Sunday afternoon after which tho Sunday School will be reorganized Lynn Iorry visited West Li Ih rrty last Sunday for tho first tine and was very much pleased with tho serial side of the people tnivii From Cannel City July 1a gray more loV hands f tIillbbedIi loft hind hag skimiil1 little Innio when trot ting IVill pay for information hub t her recovery A P DVK M II G InfK1 John Rose tho illness of vlinm was last week mentioned is still in a very critical condition with littlf hope of his recovery JG Trimble of 111 t Sterling visited his daughter Mrs r I Day of this place tho llatter part of last wnok staying over Sunday Ova Kash who recently went to housekeoping at Ezol came up Monday and removed his piano and sowing machine to that place Shake Into Your Shoes Allens FootEase It cures pain ful swollen smarting sweating feet Makes now shoes easy Sold by all druggists and shoo stores Dont accept any substitute Sample free Address A S Olmsted Lo Roy N Y Miss Mary Piorrtt who has boon visiting her grand parents S S Combs and wife at Campton for the past two weeks returned homo last Friday Troy Pierratt who has boon con fined to his homo for some ten days past with typhoid fever rested well Tuesday night und is said to bo much bettor No Pity Shown For years fate was after me Gulleda terrible case of Piles causing 21 tumors When all failed Bucklons qunllygoodpains Only 25c at all druggists representingthe CoLouisville presihut JohnMa good 41 CASTORIAFor Infant and Children n KM You Have Always Bougfi r the ewtureof 41 I VANTEDA evenofwhichapaidCallGeorgo Columbus of West Lib thoIfllmonmn j w w iv4t i ltUt last tohaveMrs Porter Lacy of Lacy Creek was m to see us Saturday and 1 was tho first time she over visited- a t place of tho kind But she wa not in in time to sou tho press iin operation dornlitort old academy building is to be used + 11rhoi nothoroSomobocl newisnl painted for his barber shop and hot thinks ho parties1 he thinks I roengoforOld man Andy Vancloavo whoI lives at tho mouth of Grassy inI Morgan county is reported to boI dangerously ill and his brother who lives at Wilhurst was telephoned for on Tuesday Ho is thoI father of Jell Vancleave near our town Samuel Cravens father of John Cravens of this town died last Friday morning at tf oclock at Little Rock Montgomery county I null was buried Saturday in the family graveyard near Ml Stor I Sterling Death was supposed toI be caused from heart failure WORLDS FAIR SHORT LINE S870 Round Trip Lexington to Worlds Fair Si Souis Wo Via Southern RoilwayI Tickets on sale 1 Inly Utli tMtI Jutli ntnlnXtli No flian c of curs hllwlnlj Lexington and St Louis JliifFor further information write roIcall on T W KIIEWH Traveling Ijwi enirer Agent SO East Main Street JLexington Ivy Mrs G C Mann of Dan KyI and little baby Mattie Lee an I visiting her mother Mrs A P Dye of this place and will remain several days Mr Mann who came hero with them left Wednesday for home where he will take up a jobof pipe hauling under J Vir Cravens of this place Any soldier who served in the Philippines between the following dates January 1 1st1J and June oO 1501 by a recent decision ofI the Court of Claims iis entitled toI two months extra pay For particulars write Morvin B Hilton 1403 Sixth street Charleston 111 Ben BigstaiT of Frozen Presby terian evangelist passed through here Monday on route to Monefoo t to see some friends But he came here to see Mr Allen a gentleman of Millorsburg who is sojourning at the springs and who has been a friend of Bons over since tho war Nelson Bergy who has been working in and around Hazell Green for the past few months left for his homo at Winchester Tues day morning Mr Bergy made I many friends and acquaintancesI while here many of whom will roII grot to hoar of his sudden depart iro from our midst The Twentieth Century Home is retaining the typographical excellence and artistic makeup that won such universal praise for tho initial number six mouths ago Its- popularity proves It to ln n giant I among tho woman s magazines j Tho August number is excellent in I very detail and is beautifully il ustrated Disease takes no summer vacation If you need flesh and I strength us- eScotts Emulsion summer as in winterISend for free ample scoTY IIOWNE Chemivork mss PearlaStreet001 au dtucII tD N Cottle and W T Phillips of West Liberty were in town 01 Tuesday en route to Blackwater Mr Phillips is a deputy sheriff and prospective candidate for high sheriff and the presumption ob tams that he was out canvassing though Hazel Green is not in nil bailawick Curt Lacy recently sent a ring herot Iitringssand tho sets some kind of composition made by prisoners in tho pen and traded for by Curt who swaps his tobacco allowance for them While of no special value intrinsically the gifts show that ho appreciates tho friendship of his acquaintances hereabout politician Morgan county died at his late residence near West Liberty Sat urdu night last He was buried Sunday with Masonic honors II F Pieratt and Judge Wheeler at tending from this place ns repre sentatives of Mizpah nodgo Ho was aged about 57 years and tho large crowd attending tho obse quies attested tho affection for him importantIweapon of war at tho present time is tho submarine und tho most interesting submarine of tho moment is tho Protector invented by Simon Luke and recently taken out of tho country in a mysterious fashion Sidney Mornington tolls tho wholo story of Lakes efforts and successes in an elaborately il lustratod article which is the loading feature of tho August Cosmopolitan Mr and Mrs W T Caskoy who have boon visiting relatives and frinnds in Missouri and taking in the Worlds Fair at St Louie ar rived homo lFriday very much 1 askeymaterially with the attendant1 at the fair but for nil that tthere worn many thing14 to pleas thiwho braved the weather Ilr thinks everybody who can do HO should go as it is of itself n whole i lifetime converted into a coupli of weeks sightseeing Spencer Cooper tho votcrant journalist and proprietor and pub Ilishwrofthei IlaxwlI Green 11 Nil I d WitS in our city the first of tot week looking after his imiteresti as- a candidate fur tho Democratic nomination of State Senator Ho iI has done yeoman service for thr party never having before naked for ollico and it is tho sincere hope of tho Hustler that Bro Cooper will roceivo time considera tion and reward his services so well merit A more capabln or diserving man would bo hard to find Jackson Hustler OASTOrlXBears You Ilan Always Bought thoctY cf 1 JZC LEE CITY LOCALS 0 The wife of C B Allen has been very sick lately but is able to bo about again Harry Sanders got his log thrown out of place last book and ho is still in a bad condition James Arnett and wifo have had a very sick baby but it is some what improved at tho present writing JIL1erroll and wife had tho misfortune to loso their baby last Sunday and the remains wore taken to Holly on Monday for burial H A Dunn has a very sick baby nod his wife is also in very poor health at present and tho doctors attending hor fear that sho is going into consumption We had n large court in Leo City on Saturday file following persons wore tried for disturbing public worship Gilber Craig Buslo Dyer and Nip Stricklin They wore fined 2000 and costs tin each case which amounted to about 2700 each and they will have to work eight hours a day until the fines and costs are paid Tho Judge says that iif anybody else commits such an offense ho will find something else for them doI 25 DITTO I 4 R CASTO Tho Kind Yon Have Always Bought anti which has boot In uso for over 30 years has borne tho slpnatnro of s niul has been macho under his per sonnl supcrvsion since Its Inthnoy Allow no ono to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and u Justaspood nro but Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic Huhstnncc Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms I nnd allays Feverishness It cures Diarrluva and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates tho Stomach and Uowels giving healthy and natural sloop Tho Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Boars tho Signature of tf The Kind You Have Always Bought i In Use For Over 30 Years THE CCNTAUK COMPANY TT MURRAY TMtCT NEW YOIIII OITV f l U g11eat Clearance Sale I2OOOMO WOFTi 01 h Spring d Summ- erCLOTHING Regardless of Cost On account of the lateness of the sea son we must reduce our large stock fit regardless of cost We are not waiting until the season is over to make this sacrifice but do it at the beginning of the season 500 Mens Black and Blue NowCheviot Serge and Unfin I 99lar i Great reductions in all Mens frt i Suits and Pants250 Boys AllWool Pants for1 W lIlmerp rIce 4 5 and 600 jj J 2250 Boys Suits former price 1160 NOW 750 350 pairs Boys Knee Pants 15c per pair 2 for 25 cents 500 pairs Boys Wash Knee Pants 5 cents a pair We need the money you need the goods Come early before our large stock is broken Louis c OUS L fra1ISLEXINGTONS LEADING CLOTHIERS j p HjDAVISjSuccessor to 0 W Howe Wholesale and Retail Liquor Dealers Grocers Etc Agients fop Lexington BeepSpecial attention given to tho filling af mail orders Home Phone 81 Long Distance 10 MOT STERLINGIII lit KEINOttJOXY HEALTH AND VITALITY api aaoopomm mmm mm m mm anaxwaaxucarai x xzixu The great remedy for nervous prostration and all dlneaiei of the treneraUr iorgans of either sex ouch as NerYoul ProatraUoQ Falling or Lon Manheed Impotency Nightly Emllllioos Youthful Errors Meatal Worry exeettTs ttNrof Tobacco or Opium which led to CouumpUOD aDd Juarm waUl eYet t- Ae rl 15 order we guanatee to cure or refund the money Sold at Ioe et lsr- IIf I Gl1 USINg a boxes for X600 UN DlOTAS JlICSlCAL OO Clevelaptl tt+ k a 1of L Yp 2wi r DragOlng VajS 2825 Kceler St CHICAGO Ju Oct 2 1002 I suffered with falling and lIOn gestion of the womb with scvero I uffitruation had blinding hcadachea and ruslmitf of blood to tho brain What to try 1 know not for it Corned that I hall tried all and failed but I had never tried Wine of Cardui that blessed remedy for tick women I found it pleasant to take and soon know that I had tho right medicine New blood seemed to course through my veins And after using eleven bottles I was a well woman cMA4 Mrs hush is now in perfect health becauso oho took Wino of Cardui for menstrual disorders bearing down pains and blinding headaches when all other remedies failed to bring her relief Any sufferer may secure health by tak ing Wino of Cardui in her home Thu first bottle convinces tho pa tient alto iis on the road to health For advice in cases requiring special directions addrcm giving AdvisorytDepartment ItflH Chlttnoool Medicine Co Chattanooga lean WINEoJCIUIDUI CamPTON COUflIER n G W Loyolnco of Stilhvuter in quito sick with flux a Mrs K P Jlenmy in visiting ut hor old home in Ohio Hon J C LykitiB went to Frank fort Tuesday on legal businona G W ItobiiiBou of Winchester was u visitor to our plucu hibt wuok W 0 Pryor of Boxer tens u pleasant visitor to our little city Tuesday i It i Col Ed II WilHOU niado u busi daylastJ M McDoimUl spout from Sat urday to Tuesday with friends at Orab Orchard fI S G DniBliel and wife are visit ing tho father and mother of Mr Druehol in Ohio it It Mrs A F Byrd and fnmilof WinchoBtor are visiting relatives nnd friends horeIit Martin Drake nndwifo of Bowon are visiting tho family of Judge Congleton James Spradling of Georgetown h SprndlingIt Mrs Prico Childors of Pine Ridge visited her father Dr J II Stamper Tuesday KontuckyVoslonll last with a largo attendance It E P liornoy and wifo last week gave two delightful socials for the young folks attending the insti tuto 0 P Combs Assistant Cashier has charge of tho bank at this place in tho absence of Mr Dru shol tho Cashier tf Messrs W U Cutron it Co are preparing to erect u now store building on tho corner of Main mind Washington streets W H Flnnn with tho Cumber land Pipe Lino Company is hero tologrnphlinot1 John II Morgan of Lexington was horo Tuesday looking after his oil interests and to witness tho completion of Duff No1 t u I W Combs 1 F Combs Cud l I I 3- a I Horton J EDrako Kolloy Miles Poison and Courtney FulksI spont several days last week fiBh ing iu Kentucky rivor I I I C II Hanks formerly of place but who has for some thisII j been in tho employ of tho Adams I Jacksomivilkff C C Hunksjj a e- o ball game scheduled boI I Tho I twt cn Campion and Ilazol Gr on Clubs last Friday failed to take place hazel Orel n failing to npj pear upon tho diamond However tho people wore not disappointed I for tho two homo clubs crossed I bats and furnished the spectators with an interesting game July 25 lllir Night Was Her Terror I l would cough nearly nil nightlong I writes Mrs Charles Apple gate of Alexandria Ind and IIi lwcljconHUlnplion j walked a block I would cough I I frightfully and spit blood hutI when all other medicines failed three 100 bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery wholly cured mo und I gained fiS pounds Its ub absolutoly guaranteed to cure Coughs Colds Ln Grippe Iron ehitifl and all Thoat und Lung Troubles Prico 50c fwd 100 Trial bottles freo at all druggists QOSNEYVILLE GLEANINGS 0 S S Shackolford wont to for rout Saturday on businosi Mrs Miry Faulkner and John J Tutt wont tdCampton Saturday ommieyviIho will huvo daily mail from Campton beginning August IfithT I K Tutt who is in business at McCurmick visited his family at this place last week Miss1 Pearl B Gnsnoy and hor brother John H loKiioy made u flying trip to Hazel Green last weekJames J Gosnoy Co E 10th It- S r Infantry is now located at Tacoma Wash Ho is woll and heartyMiss I Italic Byrd and several othurs from this placo will attend tho Worlds Pair in August or September T1 II Byrd is getting along nicely with his school at this place The trustees are to bo con gratulated upon their wisdom in securing his services July iWS SrNBiiiNK d Working Night and Day The busiest told mightiest little thing that over wills made is Dr Kings Now Life Pills Thoso pills change weakness into strength hrninfngintoderful in building up the health Only 2fo per box Sold by all druggistsSTILLWATER SPARKLES n Corn crops are about all laid by null look well at this time never bettor G W Lovrilaco has boon con fined to his room with flux but is omo better Quito a largo crowd attended the mooting at the Landsaw School house Sunday Undo Elislm Chambers has ben very low with fever but is some what improved at this writing Oats are about all in tho shock and all agree that it is tho bent crop raised in this country within the recollection of the oldest farm ors Josoph A Koso wont to Jackson on last Saturday and will probably remain at that place for some time and work in the shop ofn Mr CombsMarried on last Friday at the residence of tho bride Hilton Dom to Mrs Maggio Combs widow of tho Into Goodloo Combs Squire J M Taylor tied the knot that made thom man and wifo Hero is wishing thorn peace joy and happiness through life July 25 JA EM TK OAXOB3A-Bh AIk KW YN Hate Alwiys BMgM Bigotaio =1 1 I TOf L orUfl IF I SlJBSCf1IB ftS R F s H6i aJ = F d 6 = 1ak i j EaII Ii if i GREAT AMERICANI ft u I ItI 1ij 1VIE 9J faji I Indianapolis midThe Leading Agricultural Journal of the Nation Edited by an Able Corps of WriterstP w This valuable journal in addition to the logical treatment of all agricultiN ral subjects will also discuss the great issues of the day thereby ridding rust to its columns and giving the fanner something to think about aside from the every day humdrum of routine pities j JI TWO FOR THE PRICE OF ONE FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS WE OFFER The Hazel Green Herald The Only Newspaper Published in Wolfe County and THE AMERICAN FARMER Both One Year for 5O CentsT- his unparalled offer is made especially to all new subscri bers and all old ones who pay up old scores and renew within ThirtY 30 Days Call on THE HERALD for sample copies and send money to IAddressI TIIJ3 State mutual Life Assurance Association I w WOHCKSTKH MASS cis PAYS ANNUAL DIVIDENDS PAID UP INSURANCE AND CASH SUIlKHNDKIl VALUES FIXED HY LAW syII JUST A UTTIK TALK WITH home MA KIM IT UinilT AM UltillT C B ROSE DISTRICT MANAGER JACKSON KY- BERT DANIEL Ilnudqunrulra CIhllIUI Iy lirllUSKNTIXU THK NEWBERRYCLAY SHOE CO IIVNTINGTOX W VA Solicits the mronno of mountain incr oltunts nod guarantees siitisfnotlon WANTEDTRUSTWORTHY LADY or licnilcmiui III mnnnjjo lilNiiiet in this county nnd and adjoining o wtory fur house or sod financial titamUiiB 000tralght- cash salary and expenses pall each Monday direct from lieailquaitcrs Expense money ndvuticed position iicrmanent Address Mnnnuer GOp Motion HulldlnR Chicago MANAGER WANTED mnnogebusinesstory for well and favorably known house of solid financial Mauding 2000 straight caih Hilary and expenses paid each Mon hendgnartelsExpense anent Address Manager 810 Como Block Chicago 111 3315 t l S w 4 b = MORE Goons THAN MONEY I And they must be sold to get more goods We Have everything you want Shelves tables counters all full and must be sold to make room fo- rlJoPI St1ii UoinhigWe have the best uptodate stock of GEN ERAL MERCHANDISE that ever struck Hazel Green which will be sold at prices to suit FOR CASH AND CASH ONLYI We will not credit So please do not Ls ask it Give us a call and you will never regret it Respectfully c H F PIERATT CO 10OUPOvor OFPleased1 I mxdn I Cuslomers hhlpmculayIn plum 1 i r r WH SlEY FREE nlScelneuutuatL c 1lOlltime i outh All the ba4N4ltrullnuIieuk Lien vroulilut ilul iutu H tncy kucw huwtltIC D i cfell bunilt yloawhlateyxltenarennurl1 IlDalnrlnlearOldfblLey I orRi 1t 1 I A VutU1C4rtIInalanl14lyleco1rLt11U iuseualt1aemadebl 4140 00OUrltTAlIllflhper 1Ilon but U noL anT teer tbAu LaalerIiyrOIl WohneacapllaloftI heat- ll i vPAJ Gttr 1 andlbeluopleettlonalliakndtholtrdmontnaeloga 0PhnneatI YcartlldlwoaamplohoUIe Uon 18 ycar oid a rorll ntIICTtIwaru1wllldoubletheboroind IUL In trre ono Full 0uart L3tr1- Yo hao some or Chia whlakey only r yrr Ndad wal Brad arv gallon kecr for SIG with turnhh full qurl botttce 6 t OMchimkbigthl1DcelpL whLk ycotieathanf2t0 lrrgllondelleered oonteeuaIiuul Uakou Diuicada tOcecU per quirt extrm 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