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THEoHw HERALDEstabltshodFamous In the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORoll 55 O- j TWENTIETH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 4 1004 NUMBER 1 flPEXOKK turner and COOIKK Ktlltur 4 The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 50 Gents a Year WASH STILLER President A H HAMPTON Cashier W WILLIS VicoPresidont J W POINTER Asst Cashier ti i iAiaiA 1iitWINCHESTER KY PAID UP Cl PI11L8100OOOOO JAMESBICEC IL Successor to Cecil Bros is now receiving a n nv stock of 1 ftftb AdVl T rlUiiL tfVb B 1 i t I and will carry a lino of Fruits Vegetables itc In fact everything usually kept in a firstclass grocery store He is also Nprowbee traveling man will be treated in a homelike manner and in Ins JrE1 Ffi rYl 1W1Ai L COlVO horscsth011estuntteutiolll ro nttentlOnII He also c41T12s toll carriesE12E1 1Iandwill make to order any thing in that lane Lap robes dusters buggy whips o will bo kept in stock and everything sold at a close I margin of profit ATE COLLEB OP KBNTUfflCY j Lexington Kentucky J I 1The Agricultural nnd Mechanical Ptito Colleen of Knt11ckr offra T rul1I ethnical biological- Mathematical 1 of study viz Agricultural horUiuUim pliyrKni anrnpatPCIIIall das irall mfUi cl I uaureiigelrctriculI Um tell of winch XtUdN ucr- ur eeglneeringcivileugiueerius mining enu studies are ukol provided leading Post graduatoyears nnd leads to a degree to a masters degree Each course of study iis organized under separate faculty The proCcl ors and insttuctongeneral faculty number nearly fifty andCounty appointees receive tuition room rout in dormitories fuel lightlj ttd if they remain ten months traveling expenses andwell equipped comprehensiveThe laboratories and museums are large modernhe Legislature appropriated t00000 for a college home for young women sod 30000 fur kill hall and gymnasium for men Both buildings are completedI and in use Military tuctics nnd science are fully provided for as Congress of study readily find excellent jyMtionsGraduates from the several courts remuneration Tho demand is largely in excess of the col1ernl matriculation wile 760 Last year the of each deg have chargeJpccialisls number of nssistantswith the nece iry enginfur pedagogyschools are providedpatttnent of natural science Summer trIoa and instruction in science bearil1l n ntanytproipertsenseuniversity Work facilities for The home for young women provides Completion d the college convcnlences ncludingmodtrn slothboard and and lodginJ room for pbyeicalucultureitlt fs- lII heated by steall1 nml lighted uyI electricity education in classic + An them of a thorougho atfurded to historyand mera ln1un literature science mathematics logic metaphysics for eduCllol politicaleconomy No other institution in the State offers nlhantagC8 College of Kentuckyn of offered by the Statethosewomen at all comparable to information regarding Pot catalogues method of obtainini appointments rriUof study and terms of dmJfjggj PAITEUSON to Ph D LL D Or to D 0 FRAZEE Business Agent Lexington Ky it Fall Term Begins September 5th 1904 t sIA tac solicit your banking busi ness and promise YOU prompt and careful service every attention and 1 t I I torIrestI DIRECTORS UJ miLLGR 5 UJ WILLIS T It PHILLIP UJ B WILLS oi D simrson- J1J BU KIJALCCI A 5 I52 mPTORL 4IIn r rlitiili4 j S vii q t Ifalliu WHiffipqfpr MiljuliuUiul PORk y i- YM4 IIVK KA g NII riU2iisroojf President Iall Up Capital SIOOOOOOO JJJ Surplus i i I i1000000 c IlllllllNlllllO JII1tfir V l cr0er l I t 30000000 c C 4hls hank sollcilH time nccnuntM of 0 intToliiiuts farmers triulcru and bus Mess Ien Kiiierally tliroiiuliout Kat V ern Keuluckv nnd oliurft 1m cuntom j ers every furdity and the most liberal X termi wlthlll the limits of legitimate 1 4bnnking loetly II Nii 1N4Mi4f ny Time niul nRnia wo have appealed to those of our subscribers in arrears to come in and pay up Wo need money to buy paper and ink nnd pay the prin ter Come in nnd attend to this today LIPPINCOTTS MONTHLY MAGAZINE JA FAMILY LIBRARY Thf Best in Current Literaturt M 12 COMPLCTZ NOVELS YEARLY MANY SHORT STORIES AND PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS 250 PER YEAR 25 CTa A COPY NO CONTINUED STORIES EVERY NUMBER COMPLETE IN IT8ELP KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNCS C WITH Dr Kings- II Hw Discovery TOHSUMPTION Price I FOR OUGHS and SOc L 100 I hJOLDS Fret Trial Oiircet and Quiclieat Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK owwrnruxa- sc1R F C BAKES PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Will gnawer all calls and may ho found ut Rittcnhouso Ranch Swango Spring when not professionally engaged fW THE HERALD and Courier Journal tenth to Any address 1 a yenij And now la the time to subscribe WASHINGTON NOTES WASHINGTON C Aug 1 It is tho concensus of opinion in tho national capital that in thn lineup for battle botwoon the two parties tho Doniourncy has tho host of thu situation it is boliov fil pure by 1thy lenders of the party who Imvu vitiiltnli i Washington sinoe tho convention in St Louis that tho outcomu of tho convention has DumoIcrnticl lookud for a time in St Louis that no powor on earthcould over bring the two warring factions to gother lint conciliation and com tho18pltmdidi performed a political miracle and tho old Democratic party is once more a solid phalanx and will move in gorried ranks on the cohorts of corruption and extravagance in the Republican party 1hero urn divergent opinions hero concern lug the tehgram tWill by Judge Parker to tlu convention but the majority of Democratic lenders be hove that it has had more ofn beneficial effect than otherwise Whilei of course JudgeJ Parker did nut mean literally that the gold standard was irrevocablyl es tablished yet it practically is so until gold becomes so clump that nun who are now gold men will seuk to demonetize it So lung as present conditions obtain the gold standard will remain fixed and nothing can disturb it When however the per capita of real or basic currency huconv1 y loss than it is now thorf will ba more clamor tr the double tatanlartl and tho money uoMion will beg coup ouoo ninii a paramount lime i ii our rohtioH there art oino pooilv5 W ho iriticixe 11I r Bryan for hlr action ill criticizing Judge Par ker and portions of the platform since the convention adjourned But the truth of the matter is that Mr Bryan has done more to help tilt ticket and hold his forces tog gethor for it than any one man in tho country If he had laid down immediately after time convention and accepted fully and entirely everything that was done hun dreds of thousands of his followers in tho past two campaigns would have become angered at him would have declared him ing nincoro and dishonest and would have bolted the ticket When ho was honest enough however to criticise the things in Judge Par kor that ho did not like and things distasteful to him in tho platform while at tho same tune lie proclaimed that there was enough Democracy in the platform to warrant his entire sup port his friends know him to be honest and agreed that if their old lender could thus support the 1 ticket they too could make the j same criticisms and give it their undivided support Tho friends of Judge Parker who know him II host say that ho will appreciate this fact as thoroughly1 as any man and that it is his intontion and tho intention of tho loaders to give Mr Bryan some of tho heaviest tasks of tho campaign One oCII those tasks will bo to carry RucIcJldHwill render him valuable assist ance he can not only go to the Senate of tho United States but will bo ono of tho biggest mun in the Parker administration It augurs woll for our ticket that in jstoad of all tho enthusiasm for it being exhausted at the time of its naming it has grown day by day since the adjournment of tho con public rho only possible discord in sight at this time within tho Democratic ranks is the fight in New York City between McCarron and Tam many Hall It is believed how ever that Judge Parker is a good enough politician to aond for Mr givinghim r 4- nr Il J K majority candidate in Grouter Now York With that fight off our hands it givesi us ovary chance of carrying tho State of Now York and with it will go Connecticut Now Jersey and Delaware The nomination of Davis gives us West Virginia beyond all doubt Tho negro question assures us Maryland1 find with either Illinois Wisconsin or Indiana wo will win the fight It looks as though Wisconsin wore absolutely assured to us on no count of Ithe factional fight in that State between the Republicans and with Tom Taggart of Indiana for National Chairman we are as sured of that Stato There are many words of praiao here from loaders of theparty for lion William Randolph Hearst Mis action in wiring tho conven tion of his loyalty to the tickot und his congratulations to Judge Parker have caused many moo who hitherto wore his bitterest enemies to spaalwords of praise in his behalf There is no doubt IIOWslulJorswillthis campaign The Democratic party needs MrI Hearst more thar ho needs it and ho hits grown much in political stature by prow jug that To does not have to ho bribed with tho nomination in order to remain a Democrat- CiiAitiCH A Iuwtltus- End of Bitter Fight Two physicians had a long and Vubhorn tight with an ahsoss on liny right lung writes J F rIllngli H of DuPont ill and Ijunve iw up Everybodyl thought tly tithe hallI come As a last resort I tried Or Kings Now DIE ooviMr fur cuiiinption Tho bun otit 1 r ctVHl Will 1 Ti king null I WUH on tny tlut in a MU days Now IveoiiUruj rvffuintd uiv Hwilth It conquers all OougliH Colds and Throat hind lnng trouble Guar anteed I Inil druggists Pncfc fOcgand 100 Triil bottlus fNdISunday School After services on last Sunday afternoon a Union Sunday School was organized with an en Dnysboroelnotod Superintendent 11 H Swango Assistant Superintend ent Harry Nickell i Secretary nnd Treasurer Maudo Taulboo Assist nut Galloway Sebastian Every 0110 in that neighborhood are invited to attend and take part in this Sunday School which will moot on Sunday afternoon at 8 oclockExcursion qSpol1corDBAU 8m Plouno fltato hi y mr next issue that on Sunday August Mth tho Ohio and Kentucky Ball way will run an excursion from Cauncl City to Jackson and rw turn at one faro for tho round trip This train will leave Cannol City at 7 a m and connect at 0 it K Junction with special rain for Louisville on Lexington East era Railway returning leave Jackson at 114fia in and arriv ing at Cannel City at 115 p m This train is run to accommodate KnightslofyctoLoufavillofor time round trip j tickets good returning on mummy train until An gust 25th 1420 Holechawa to St Louis tickets good roturning on any train until September 10th j through conches from 0 K Junction to Louisville without change via Ih it E and Southern particularsiuquro M L CONLEY Supt Shako Into Your Shoes 3 painful r E foot Makes now shoes easy Sold by all druggists and shoe stores Dont accept any substitute Sam plo free Address A S Olmsted oRoyKY i i M p 4 1 f t 6 t tf 1 1 I THE HERALD SPENCER COOPER Editor =HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Aug 4 1001 t DEMOCRATIC r TICKET VOlt III4iIINT ALTON BROOKS PARKER OK NKV Your run VICK ruKHiimvr HENRY C DAVIS of 1VIWT VIIHUNIA Felt CONdKKSS Ifltli IMSTIIICT HON FRANK A HOPKINS OF IIU OOrVTV == =ANNorNCJ nNISii FOR i II1RII Wo arc mitIioriz to fill PERDUE nounco 0 W PKItUUK of IinoI ai ii candidate for the office of Jailer of Wolff Cuvntysubject to the action of tlio Dumocratiu PUlL COfNTY parlyII Wo ore to anSWANGO IIOUIICK W W SWIIIIKO of Valeria as acnndidiito fur County Court Clork of Wolfo comity milijrcl to DIIII oeratic primary Nov 1I22 11 U- 1Ioit COUNTY Arrouxrv C i totI nt n candidate for reelection to the ollice of County Attorney of Wolf county subject to Democratic primury November I12th 1JUl- FOK ASSKSSOU Wo art IIlIthllrillllu ani JOIJNSON S nuance laliyfohu nun + a candidate for Ashemor of Wollu county subject to Democratic prinuuv Novem her IIJth I nttthorixdl to mi ALLENareC H Allen of Let City an a candidate fur Ax i isor sub jjeer to the action of the Democratic warty FOIL STATB SFXATOIt WHEELER veare aiitlinrifd to an nuance SAMI WIIEKLI Elt as a candidate for State Senator to represent this district subject to the action of the Democrat party FOK SlllUII DAYWo are authorized to announce 1 A 1M Van a candidate for Sheriff of Wolfe Countv subject t 11theaction of the Democratic party COMBSWe are authorized to an A T COMBS of Camntonas n cnndldato for Sherifl of Wolfe County subject to the action of the Democratic party I Going to Worlds Fair If HO take tho Loxmgton and Eastern from Jackson nnd noto goodbetwoonSeason tickets good until Deeom sixtydayticketsj 1545 CA8 IJIORIABUrl Yon Nato flirts llergtt cf thodC 1 1aF 1 b r-I Please Consider I lam a candidate for State Sena to ropresent the 34th District I land submit my claim to tho con l partylthe county November 80th JDOl Your sup port is rospfct fully solicited and ii will ungratefully appreciated But if for tiny iMiuHt you cannot Hup port mi personallyJ you can as a go d Democrat support my paper TIIK HvxKr GUKKN HKKAID which fur 20 years hUH hoer a faithful exponent of Democratic doctrine and fur that little I will bo duly thankful Your for Dumocratiu sneers SlKNCKK CoOIKlt Humors Como to tho Surface In i niii Io nml other eruptions lhut dnnt nun themselves nil off that why They mostly re main In tlu syshmthats hml Hoods Hnr Kuimrllln riinitviH them wards off danger iimkua rood hunlth sure Tuko It h ABOUT PEOPLE YOU KNOW From the Jackson Hustler 11 Govfeilon of IIuol Groan was in our city Ttiusdny on Inisi iiejsMiesos Fnniiiu und Lillie Hurst lof Pour True uro attending the I Touchers Institute here this week Floyd Day of Winchester was I severalNaysitnpaniod by his bright and intor mtinj little daughter Huso ee I Tho contest for tin nomination I disIKnott Floyd and MngoiHn is as suming warm proportions The candidatos are John M1 Bakor Mtndman i Jamca Goblo Irestons burg i D ID Sublutt anti present incumbent D W Gardner of Sal yersville Hardin Hurst of Wolfo county and Miss Pearl Abnei of Leo county were married Wednesday July 20th at tho residence of tho brides parents noarFincaHtlo They were given n reception on Thursday at tho homo of tho groom in Wolfo county which was attended by n largo number of their friends The HiiRtler oilers congratulations and well wishes for tho happiness of the young pooplo Tho Wolfe County Teachers In stituto was hold at Campton last week closing Friday at noon It was conducted by Prof Shipp Su periutendcnt of the city schools of Winchester Every district in the county was represented tho whole number of teachers boing forty nino besides many other visiting teachers A special feature of tho closing exorcises was an able ad druBs by Capt Wm L Hurst of that place The caso against Joo Crawford tot charged with burning the residence of IK J Ewon was dismissed when called in tho Estill Circuit Court at Irvine last week whore tho case was transferred front this county Most of tho witnesses who attended tho trial from this county wore vory sad over their trip saying that they had boon forced to attend in obedience to a summons and had lost their time with several dollars in expenses expecting to bo allowed mileage and one dollar per day but ro ceived nothing OAwrODI Btbae ZPMtJA saleOr u I The Tammany Tigers On MJ Top Tndgo Conilfton on Monday npI pointed tu following gonHfiiUi Its trtistdus of Ith town of Haxo Grii R JJ llcLiu Dr G M1 enter Dr A C Niokoll Win Mark slid 1V1V QuickHall the terns of tho old hoard having ox pirod by reason of no election lust full as tho Ilaw requires This iis tho first election n H it were that has lioiMi hold in August for soy fril 0irs hut Tammany ruloH and did this trick without the sound of a hammer Facts About Russia Russia umbractts onesixth of till land surface ot tho world It is inure than 50 time larger thus Japan and has a total aiva of 8- t50000squaru miles Half of Eu rope and the whole of Northern boulI1dnril8ous urea thou any other nation its tho world The Arctic Ocean lies to its north and the Pacific to its east On tho south lie Munchurk and Coroa over which Russia is now battling with Japan j China Afghanistan Persia Turkey both in Asia and EuropeI and Roumania On tho west Russia adjoins Aus triaIIttngary Germany tho Bal tic SOIL and Sweden There are four distinct parts to tho Russian Empire which mark its growth and development Thusi are 1 Russia in Europe includ ing Poland and tho Grand Duchy of Finland i i2 tho Caucasus prov- incesi including Northern Cauca sus and Transcaucasia 3 Sibo ria and 4 Russian Central Asia The extreme southern latitude of tho empiro is Uw sumo as that of Charleston S C and its northernmost parallel pusses through tho unoxplored regions of north ern Greenland European Russia hits an area of U09o010 squan miles about 13 times greater that rllpuuI institutions of the Russians is tho lank of Russia which has 118 branches throughout tho country Tin paper currency of tho empire is is sued by this hunk Its capital is 0000000 and its total issue of paper in January 190JJ was Jil5 000000 with a guarantee fund uf nearly 500000000 Tho estimated stock of Russian gold for last year was 740000000 12 times more than that of Japan and of silver 101000000 three and onethird times more than Japans The records of all the various banks show 4817842 depositors j 491 317022 in deposits with an aver ago deposit for each inhabitant of 348Much of Russias internal trade is still carried on at great fairs of which seven are still hold aunu ally at Moscow Kharkov Poltava Yelizavetgrad Kursk Irbit and NishniNovgorod Tho exports and imports from other countries for the whole empire in IflOO amount ed to 727000000 or near three times those of Japan Silo deals most largely with Germany Groat Britain comes next thou Franco Austria Hungary Turkey the United States and China in the order named She buys of us 13 times as much as she sells to us Russias ordinary revenue for 1900 was 852000000 with an ex penditure of 778000000 Her extra or extraordinary revenue brought up the total to 908000 000 six tunas that of Japan and her extraordinary expenditure expenses840100000Ponnsylvania Unless ho shall have gone ore this paper goes to press Emmett Campbell nephew of W T Cas key and deputy postmaster will leave today or tomorrow for the groat Worlds Fair at St Louis Sir Campbell has boon closely confined to business for some time past and feels that he owes him self a little healthful recreation which he thinks he can obtain at tha exposition I 4S IThe Junior Hazel Greens The boys of our town the little follows have bought thorn ft now base ball outfit and are now prac ticing with a view of challenging the senior team for a gamo The following is the lineup Elwood Daniel captain and pitcher j Or villo Cecil catchier Troy Jordan first base Tom Pioratt second base Charley Whooler third base i Jesse Kash lleft field j Davo Con tor center field j Clydo Davis short stop j Clay Nickell right field These littlo fellows aro very ambitious and quite earnest in their endeavor to excel and wo filial 1 not bo surprised to see some of them at least become very pro I ficiont in the national game Encampment Rates Tho Lexington and Eastern will run a special train from Jackson to Louisville on Sunday August 11th fur account of tho great K of P Encampment Louisvilo Ky Rates for tho round trip are as follows i From 5JrijOAthol f 10- TnlltKH MH- Ijeuttyvillo 1 net ion 475 Torrent 450- Staiiton 805 Clay City aSr Special train will run through to Louisville via Lexington ami Southern Hallway leaving Jackson S30a in- UeattyvilloJunctiun ti25 i Clay City 10tS Arrive at Lexington l015 Arrive at Louisville in the iiflurnoon- Tkkitd tot Lutiis will be on sole for thi rain with Irivilttlr stopping at Liiivilh during tin Knianipnuiit at rte tire for r itmil trip plus 5U cents on any trainI tin Iii Sept 10th Fur further iinformation call on agents IL ittid E Railway CllAKMJS S StOTT G P A Jon M1 Rose is tho Hazel Green nwul for R C Mansfield it Sons flour b J GOOD BAKING Depends upon good flour Tho best linker in the world cant Poet good bread from inferior flour Do justice to your skill by using the best material BEST PATENT OR- MOUNTAIN LILLY Will not disappoint you Ground by water power on a splendidly equipped Roller Mill using none but the best grain they please the most particular MansfieldsFlour R C Mansfield Son ROSSLYN KENTUCKY Kniunts of Pgtnias ENCAMPMENT Louisville Ky Aug 1520 1904 Special Train Sunday Aug 14th tolouisvillennd Southern Railway Leave Jackson 831 n m Arrive at Louisville same afternoon LexingtonandLouisvilleTicketsgoo 31stExtension cnnbeatLouisvilleLOW RATES TO WORLDS FAIR WorldsFairhasbeenE stations to St Louis and return with privilege of stopover at Louisville during Encampment These tickets good to 10thTARE LOUISUIIE SUNDAY 14thand ontoOPEN TO ALL For further information write or call on OREWSTRailways 89 East Main street Lexington Ky J T Lexington and Eastern Raw1 Time Table In Effect Hay2aiit1 i WEST BOUND Doily No1 ex 111ooj Nore- iSuv r j l Dell 1 nynI I Su 111 AM II 25 ArrII Jacksou1iL Rll APr 721j 20 BenttyveJ251 J 7 4i 11111II tUITllrrolltj 4tiper8 01 MN Brldge 4 4 Olpm 14YSs l 11 II 10 lUll U 28 urn liUliIHhJUlhIIjOI5 08 20 p 10 10 am 1 O 3LAST BOUND SS tII Smttdmy a Sunday fII P Lvcl II I 7777 7411ttI J 3 fiG PIII101jllchlJsttr O 8 13III 1 Oti 44i 9 23III 41 35 putl5i Nut Bridge 571 9 tit tm 4 I tu Pau tit orrent1621008 sa 511 put701BenttyveJe iO lU 29ara Ii 1i 11II1IOI1OKJIIIICII UOl1126 3 lit 191 II30 am connectJon7CUlllldKu SotlitNos 1 and 2 connect III L E Junction with ChoMipenke and Ohio lor Mt SlerJI anil local points 1 Juteutiondally icept Sunday BARRGenl3fsnaglrCHAS i 0 K BRANCH EAST HOUND Nn211titytI i i tlStIII1 I J a 311 0 Jackson 127 11 20 3 3ii tiltSKJtinetluu 122 114 4 li 11 Wllhursti20 1162 r 130 li 1I11I1IItol13 1166 Mfi12451MlI WEST HOUND NonDIIIj ttSundayAMLvic PM All 7 15 27 Cnnnel City 0 1 05 7 11 21 llclediinvu1 61 122 7 JO 19 Lee City 12J 830 1513lIalllp101l11138 M 151 0 25 I OK Junction1 2 SO U 30 0 Jaeksoui27 2 85 NOH 21 and 22 will wake close connectwr at O it K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 fat points on the Lexington nml Eastern M way M LCONLEY Superintended t WORLDS FAIR SHORT LINE1 s 0uerai Ida 43 MILES THE SHORTEST FastestBest to the Worlds FA Only line operating SOLID TR1IKS Irom Lexington to St Louis without Into venicnce of change of cars Look ttll Schedules DAYLIGHT TRIP t St Louis Exposition Limited Leave Lexliigiott010 a m daily Leave Lou 1111 e900a m daily Arrive St Louis 466 pmdllly- Solid I train of Pullman Sleepers Stud aril Dining Car meals served A I a Carp and Day Coaches through from LexlflgW to St Louis without change NIGHT TRIP WorMs Fair Flyer allLCReLeave IMIIswillei915 p m lltflf ArrIve St Louis732 am di iy Solid train of Pullman Sleeneri Day Conches and Free Jteclliling Chair CIt trom Lexington to St Louis without charts All trains make close connection at Urfa Station Sl Louis with Wabash SnbarbM service nu1 sElectric Cars direct to thi Worlds Fair grounds Hound Trip Excursion Rates from MX inxton as follows 1240 good returning fifteen days 1385 good returning sixty days DecembtrtoTlckctsti rates 870 good returning seven days 11CORch1 dates For infnrmntion call on or write HCKING Ticket AgentK89 Eat Slain Street l T W CREWS Traveling Pass Agent 89 East Main Street Lexington Ky C IL HUNGEUFOHD n 1 AIK231 Fourth Avenue J G n ALLEN A G P A St Louis Mo fBLUEGRASS NURSERIES SPRING 1004 BSTTREES BY THE IILLlON1iI FRUIT AJJD ORNAMENTAL SHRUBSGRAPE VINES ASPARAGUSRHUBARB RHUBARBSMALL FRUITS GARDENOROHARD 16eralH F HILLENMEYER YI SOX LEXINGTON K lBoth phones 279 EaTa+M G T OUR NOTEHEADS Letterheads Caw Bale nil loIIopriated lit J lb f n t Impaired DigestionI lay not bo all that la meant by dytpepita EOTT but It will be If neglected Tile uneasiness after eating fits of nor ous headache sourness of tho stomach nl111i disagreeable belching may not bo very bad pOW but they will bo II tho stomach Is jaffered to grow weaker Dyspepsia Is such n miserable disease that the tendency to It should be given early attention This Is completely over comp b- yffoods Sarsaparilla j lb1 b st renslhens then hile digestive system I tME EIIJeDri- nkWainscotts Distilled Pop for Health Mrs Joo Piorntt of Mnytown is visiting hor daughter Mrs W W Quicltsal1IArthur Wheolor nnd Willie Shull are visiting Judge Gooi i Wheeler unclo of the first named Jim McGuiro and wifo nooNot tie Whoelor of Whynot taro visiting the litters father and family Robort T McLin loft Monday for a flying business trip to Tor rent Winchester and possibly L Lexington BEST incdiciiio you cut take THE rid yourself of humors and clear your complexion is Hoods Sar- saparillaitS8ISOTHECHEAPEST f Bon HigstafiVof Frozen has been at Swnngo Retreat this work re Ill cuporating and renewing iris nc quaintanco 11 Sam Wheeler candidate for State Senator in this district ncII companied by his brother Wheeler of Canoy was in town on Monday William T Perkins of Lacy Creek ono of the most prominent farmers in Wolfe county is dangerously I ill of typhoid fever with but slight hope of his recoveryI John B Davis who was hero c last week renewing tho acquaint once of his wife and family left i on Sunday for lIartinlllmrg whnro Fr ha has a contract in stono work 2 George W Lovelace of Still water liridgo is dangerously ill but on Friday his attending physi cian Dr Harvey Stamper ofI opinio1lthatI i The Mules will give a barbacuo at Goodwins Chapel In Morgnn county on Wednesday tho 10th day of August and members of tho participato CASTORIAII For Infants and Children I to Kind You Have Always Bougbt Sar the- mltaature of SterlingJohn i John Evans of this plats wore at takingllepo8itions Davis vs Gee Wheeler the case involving a piece of land in Hazel Green The political situation in MorI gan county is very much mixed there being two tickets composed of Democrats seeking the nomi LynnBoydSheriff and Bill Phillips also nIcandidate for Sheriff heads theIother faction ofBlackwatort- xlnSton was tho guest of Jordan Tiebrought t dissatistngton Ho will return and spend a month in tho mountains contracti dormitoryandV tearing old academy building next Mon oldbuilding construeion but1taSaadpi e homSaturday 8f T tt- t Noah Lyons of Maytown hat Bold his dwelling houso storeroom mill ahalftownlotsopen a stock of goods in about a month Frenchburg TaylorA telephone message from Lox l lastbroughtSr who is nt Lexington under treatment for his oyes was quite sick und asking that his son Vil linm Jr come at once The lat tor started as soon as ho received tho message for Ilelochawa whore ho took tho train for Lexington A very progressive institution with a paid up capital ot 500000I- S tho Provident Savings Bank and Trust Company of Cincinnati Ohio They have depositors in almost every State in tho Union People send their money for do posit to thong by registered mail or postal money order tho bank as sullies tho responsibility A storm or surprise party came off at tho residence of Mr und Mrs Bronneman at Harrison Heights on Fridry evening in1 honor of their two beautiful daughters Misses Mary and Corda who entertained tho following company in nice stylo i Misses Pearl Day Myrtle Davis Aria Dye MattieI Leo Govednn Hazel lingo Eddie Daniel and Messrs Robert Cord Bro A Higgins Arthur Whcolor Ernest Carrol and Rush Swangn WORLDS FAIR SHORT LINE 8870 Round Tripi Lexington to Worlds Fair St Louis Mo Via Southern Railway Tickets on sale every Tuesday nnil Thursday Good to return seven clays from date of sale FrrK Kiicusijcfi CHAIN cars Losing toiKto St Louis No chuiiKO of cars floyFor further information write or cpll on T W OKEWS Traveling Passenger Agent- S East Main Street Lexingtun Ky Rev Jim Tom Pieratt Henry Pieratt who was last week called toBushton Ill to sue his father Rev Jim Tom Pioratt returned home Tuesday night Ho- found his father sonic bettor upon his arrival and together with the attending physician succeeded in persuading him to come hume He and his wifo arrived yesterday via Holechawa and they are at present tho guests of their son Henry Tho old gentleman is in very poor health Operater at Filson Killed by Train Willard Wilson dispatcher and ticket agent for tho L it K Railroad at Filson was run over and instantly killed by eastbound train No 2 Saturday afternoon July 23d at 130 o clock It will probably never bo known just how or why the accident occurred It had been the rule for No2 to sidetrack at Filson to allow tho westbound passenger train to pass Saturday the other train had reached tho station first and had taken tho sidetrack to allow No2 to proceed Mr Wilson had just received a message stating that such an order had boon is sued When No 2 whistled ho left the station to deliver orders attend to the mail and other duties which belonged to his cilice Just as train No2 was about fifty feet away he stepped out on tho main track and before a brake could beset was killed his head being severed from his body Tho deceased was 25 yearn old was from Lexington and married He leaves beside a widow one- small child He had been in tho employ of tho L o E for yonrs and was regarded as an unusually good agent Jackson Hust- lerMothers Ear A WORD lit MOrHtltB EARe WHEN URNa A IIf AIfT AIfO N THS MONTH THAT CaMS mifOK THAT TIME SCOTTS EMULSION 1fTRA NaH A THu SO NNCRBIART TON NOURISHMENT- R MOTHER AND THE HsALTH of MOTH CHILO Send for free sample SCOTT tit nOWNE Cbemt- rtrwts NtW York 16oC iodiimi1 sndZULyirt + rN J t I WallII oil mattI j who has boon sojourning among us for some timo past last week lieMI The well was put down about 910 I feet last spring and then work was suspended But the parties who aro in with Mr Lusk throo or four Ponuaylvanians sent him word to i go ahead at least 50 and maybo 100 foot In the lust attempt ho I had gone down only about four II I potrolounl I strongly that there can bo no I t producorJhiA i a lentil in the family of ono of tho employes at the well work was suspended until Monday when it i was resumed Mr Lusk has hind experience in tho oil fluids of Penn sylvania and ho fools that ho has struck it in this last venture We hope to note in next weeks issue ofTiiK llKHADD that within tho circumscribed 50 or 100 foot ho hits found n gusher of 100 barrels per lily Tho well is four miles west of Campton and should it prove a producer will widen tho Camp ton Hold to that extent und prove nn incentive to investors to put I down yet other wells in that torri tory Now that tho pipe lino is an assured thing wo hope to soo many wells put down as most any kind of u producer willi soon pay for itself by pumping to pipe lino and thou to market STATI or Om CITY Toiuuo LUCAS COUTliSj Frank IT Chenoy makes oiilh that ho is senior partner of the firm of F1r Cliunoy it Co doing business in tho City of Toledo county and Stuto aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of oar iirxDitivi nouAK8 for each nnd every cnso of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by tho use of Halls Catarrh cure IFRANK J CHUNKYI Sworn to before mo and sub scribed in my presence this Oth day of December A D 1880 N 10 l l lChIPublic HKAL l IlallH Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally nUll acts directly on the blood 11111 mucous surfaces of the system Send for tetinioiiinis free FJCllKNKYifcCo Toledo O Sold by druggists 7fc Tako Hulls Family Pills for constipa I tion Uncle John Iloso continues vory illand is gradually wrowing weaker William Perkins who him typhoid fever was yesterday IillI blo Troy Pioratt another ty phoid foyer patient was thought Wednesday evening to be soma bettor but is still quite sick J Lonnio the nineyear old daugh ter of John Mayab who lives on Jeff Roses farm on Lacy Crook died Thursday morning last of ty phoid fever complicated with spinal trouble Tho remains ac companied by the family and sev oral friends wore taken through horo the following day and interred on the Valentino Pioratt farm near Maytown Robert Day who has boon healthhunting in tho Wrest since somo timo last fall came homo Sunday not having found what ho was seeking in tho heaps he had hoped for Ho has boon in Colo rado Now Mexico Southern Cali fornia Arizona Texas Missouri etc Ho visited tho Worlds Fair for five days but found the sight seeing too fatigueing for his slight strength He looks about the same as when ho left but his strength is not what it was The family of President Rooso volt has other literary talents hoI sides his own Maude Roosevelt his cousin contributes a novelette called Social Logic to tho Au gust number of Lippincotts Mnga zino which substantiates the talent of her race It ie a tale of the somewhat sordid life wellbred I women have to load in Now York boardinghouses but the horoino of Miss Jloosovelta story emerges through many thrilling social adventures to the lot for which Nn turo planned hora happy mar rialto HERALD and CourierJour ffTIlE 100 a year l fL YL IcF yt f J I f 11 e 1 For Infants and Children Ct ASaThe Kind You Have BoughtiI similatlng IhcFOOnndncsuln N linggteStouuldtsunltllo111 sot USa Bears the Signaturelrolnolcsncss and RcstConlalns ncllhcrfOpium Morphine nor NOT NA11C OTIC IonaDtJlhtWtE1YrrNEHjj Jtaryw Srrd Aix fmna 1 I1rIIn JlktrtfHlI UIJ se i WormsCoiwulsiimsFevcrislv f j ness and Loss OF SLEEP i F 0 r Over j FncSimito Si nnlurc or I NEW VOU u K j Thirty Years I 1 Alb month old k CASTORIAI I I EXACT COPY or WRAPPER P TNI CKNTAU COMPANY NW YOHH CITY I t v Gf Clearance Sale 5500000i WOffTtt 1 o Spririgal1dSummerRegardless iil H On account of the lateness of the se- awr son we must reduce our large stock regardless of cost We are not waiting until the season is over to make this sacrifice but do it at the beginning of the season NowCheviot IM 99larGreat reductions in all Mens Suits and Pants i 250 Boys AllWool Pants for1 merp rice 4 5 and 600 J X20250 Boys Suits former price 1160 WOW 7e350 pairs Boys Knee Pants IScper pair 2 for 25 cents 500 pairs Boys Wash Knee pairWe you need the goods Come early before our large stock is broken Louis GDS SipuSorLEXINGTONS LEADING CLOTHIERS + pj JLDAVISuccessor LiquorDealers Agents for Lexington Deep Special attention given to tho filling af mailordors Home Phone 81 Long Distance 10 MID SJ1EBMNGM K1SIJI11CXI J HEALTH AND zw T- 3i JLY Tbo crcat remedy for nerrom prostration and all diseases M tbd rorgan of either BOX mieb ai Nerrous Prostrationf Falllnir or Lett Impoteney Nightly EralMlou Youthful Errors Mental Worry ezj 111111rn110W 1 j y I 4M F L t rl I LlL1iJ i HHGESTiON I 1 nomjjI j I was troubled with iachgoodlutors medloln I took in- yearMRS 8t R A II L SHIRPIBLD EllctUvllle Ind- TbcdfordiDlfickDraugbt I11 I quickly Invigorates the no tion of the stomach and j cures oven chronic cases of 1 indigestion If you will 111fordsuionally you will keep your perfeet 1 THEDFORD5 BlACKDRAUfflT I I Moro sickness in caused by constipation than by any other disease Thodforda IllackDratight not only re 101 lieve + constipation but cures diarrluuu nut dysentery anti t kcipfl the bowels regular All druKRhh roll 23ceal leakag- esTbedfordH a Black Draught in till IIc4 iwtli cino to rrgiilati + the bowels I have ever uid1 MHS A M GUAM1 iuuds Ferry N 0 1 i CO11STATOflLEE 1 jj- o j Torroll tv Graham have pllrj chased thoI M1 Roac timbor 011U l tho Groon Hrinr fork of tho rail roadJ B Littlo and A It Graham returned from Winchester yoster lay Mr Iiltlea wifo romainod I thoro for medical treatment E P Ilobbs formerly of this place has lot his white tail foath ors drug in tho sand and ho is about 3150 behind with his crod iitors t Tho railroad loading from Jackson to Oannol City has changed hands and is now owned and opor atod by tho 0aC K R It Co Tho 8 accommodations aro bettor nod tho froight rates tho same Our farmers and merchants havo began to look pleasant once more Thoy seem to havo groat oncour i agemont from the grown fields of corn and tho abundant turnout of small grain in this vicinity Tho price of oak timbor hits do thettie and lumber panic It is be lieved that tho price of staves will continue to advance on account of tho scarcity of atavo timberhSomo unknown parties broke into Charloy Roses store anti stole goodsrho n would have taken more but thoy ware priced so high tho thiovos could not handle them Tho funeral sorvices of Cinda 1 J dnughterwill bo conducted by Rove Frank Lacy and PP Wilson at tho Loo City Cemetery on tho second Sun day in September Preparations are being made to accommodate as many as will attend Everybody respectfully invited A J Miller bettor known as Jack Miller was buried at tho Loo City Cemetery yesterday His death was caused from n dose of morphine taken with suicidal in tent Ho was a middle aged man and formerly lived on Lacy CrcekJJ Ho had had family troubles at jf homo lately and this accounts for his suicide His wifo did not at tend tho burial There was n largo crowd in attendance and it was said tobo one of tho saddest funerals over witnessed at this place July 30 TUB COWBOY Tho Death Penalty A little thing sometimes result- in death Thus a mere scratch in significant cuts or puny boils have paid the death penalty It is wise to havo Buckleus Arnica Salv ever handy Its the host salvo on earth and will prevent fatality + when Burns Soros Ulcers and Piles threaten Only 25c at all druggists Jy R STJLLWATER SPARKLES n l Leonard Taylor took dinner at Uncle Jell Roses Sunday Joo Catron of Matown visited n this section last Sunday Marion Gibbs and wife of Gil more wore visiting Mrs Gibbs mother Mrs Elizabeth Tutt last weekSilas Rose ono day last week lost ono of his mules while on tho tons lirtweon hero anti Torrent It died instantly- A very largo number of Odd Follows and K P brethren paid U11 Lovelace a visit Sunday he being a member of both orders He is receiving tho best attention Ho is thought to bo slowly im provingYe passed by whore Pity Hcwoll was teaching school on the Spring Branch of Holly lust wook and was surprised to see so many handsome young adios in attend once Taylor seemed in tho host spiritsAugust 1 1 Plm To IISuicido Prevented nnIlOIlUcmollt that preventive of suicide had boon discovered will interest nuulyJ1 run down system or despondency invariably precede suicide anti something hUH lipn found that will prevent that condition which makes suicide likely At the first thoughttti selfdestruction take Electric hitters IIt being n groat tunic nod nervine will strengthen tho nerves and build up the sys tom Its also n grunt Stomach Liver and Kidney regulator Only 0e Satisfaction guaranteed by ll druggists GOSNEYVILLE GLEANINGS n John B Gosnoy and LonnioTutt made n flying trip to Campion on the Bath John W Brown wits tho guest of his hest girl at tho parsonage Sun day the olst Jesse Fulks of Campton was out among his many friends of this neighborhood on Saturday and Sunday last John B Gosney on July 2hl killed a blowing viper which was foot long and M ruches in diam ator weight 22 Ibs Mrs B J Ewon of Jackson was tho guest of Mrs G II Fulks from tho 25th to 28th where she canned six dozen cans ot berries in 011Q day S S Shackolford the energetic overseer of the road from tho Spradling bridge to Stillwator warronod in his hands last week I and has his road in excellent con I dition John B Goenoy wont to West on Monday on business As e came back he found C S Gos ney and Lonnie Tuft lying by tho roadside on Canoy lhy were in critical condition having been J almost devoured by a vicious wild catNow officers for Bethel Sunday School worn installed Sunday tho 81st as follows Superintendent J Tutt j Assistant Mary Byrd j Secretary G II Fulks Assistant Luther Brown j Treasurer Mrs Polly Byrd Teachers W T Center G II Fulks Mary Byrd Halio Byrd and Ethel Tutt Li brarian Inez Gosnoy There was quite a largo crowd present August 2 TEMPEST Puts an End to it All A grievous wail oftimes comes as a result of unbearable pain from over taxed organs Dizziness Backache Liver Complaint and Constipation But thanks to Dr Kings Now Life Pills they put an end to it all They the gontlo but thorough Try thorn Only 25c Guaranteed by all druggists Tho pipe stringers for tho Cum borlnnd Pipe Lino Co are now on Laurel closely followed by the graders und they in turn are closely followed by tho toug mon of which there at twentynine Behind them como tho ditchers nsgreat many employed Most any man willing to work can get out ployment and tho result is that dise tributed iii this territory Bears the- Blgnttate oaarTORYiTl B1rgilt GG1a4gGcZ6 I SS r 77ttIT1rtlg + tt+a IfJO g+ tl 1 lJ AS I ofR1 LcIPn1 0FFJ EE I I e i G Rg u Fre Pf miums 1 l l t TaV n n- J ZIifLf7 ttt f f J 111ovCczvrrZI f if 3QJ fJPiCE CO n l 1 1 0 U Jt P J1It tlid 1f Iiw lellJfcrI 3J L Jl jpiJj1 1 I ZI IttIITO SrCDD A fTONAI wttTtWO Pier OiflO dwtMj 1- Vv Q LrO- Llmo v v per = TREAoSlI 1 Like aCne ilk This iJ 6 J 1 f1 i Cath to Jfon Cfffcc users in nttr firent Worlds Fair Cortl3tit Iti1aHWmtJ kLJch w q trL crc 21j eoplo yei tiicchs 2139 more will get them In tho 4 Frlnde t Mtff few t etsravncotrwax sx azLtns z rs L1I l 1 Five LionHcnds cit from Licr y What tIl bo the total popular vote cast Pccaitlent votes fur nil cant4 Coffee Packages 01l a ccrtfeTtisl astca cothtcd nt the eectlon strmp entitle you C in additior to P IISJIIf y0 lrcvslucr Y Igoq the free premiums to fw r rcruar rfJlr ti KIn iIJ election 13J5D GJ peopl voted one vote The cent stamp COV Fi ff t J 4 for Prcjidnt For neurust correctesti 1i- CfS yr tiI i reci1eti in Wool on Spice Our z knowlcllgli1cnt to you 51tpattyJt orrice Toledo 0 on or CumIthat your eatinlatt is recorded tiNovember 5 104 Wo will glvt You uul 5ml Ui estimateff 1 jf prize mates as OeSlrCJt etc as follows +nzasswrnanuwmevsv 6rar trEt Prize Qi 55iOdt 1 1 rustSecond trite Frio 2 100000 OO00yn0 j a a 2 Prises S6OOOO cIocl1 1 00000 will be awarded to the one whoI Iis nearest 5 1rlsct 20000 100000 10 Prize 10000 100000 correct on both our Worlds FairI and Preai = 20 Prizes OOOO- OO 100000 Prizes 2000 100000 dcrtialI I Vote Contests 20O Prizes 1000 250000 1UOO Prizes OOO 000000 We nlso offer S500000 Special Cash Prizes to Grocers J 12000000ClerksHow Woud Your Name Look on One of These Checks A Everybody uses coffee If you will use LION COFFEE tong enough to get acquainted with It you will be suited and convinced there is no other such value for the money rhen you will take no otherand thats why we advertise And we are using our advertising money so that both of usyou uS well as wewilt get n benefit Hence for your Lion leads WE GIVE BOTH FREE PREMIUMS AND CASH PRIZES Complete Detailed Particulars in Every Package of LION COFFEEWOOLSON SPICE CO CONTEST DEPT TOLEDO OHIO THE State mutual Life Assurance Association OF WORCESTER MASS QrPAYS ANNUAL DIVIDENDS PAID UP INSURANCE AND CASH SURRENDER VALUES FIXED BY LAW C3T JUST A LiTTLE TALK WIT- HItosi MAKES IT1UG11T AM RIGHT CaB ROSE DISTRICT MANAGER JACKSON KY- BERT DANIEL lltMiiliiimrittrft Owlngtrllle Ky ISKlIKSKXTINO TIm NEWBERRYCLAY SHOE CO IIUXTIXGTOX W VA Solicits the patronngc of mountain mer chants anti Kiturniitccs satisfaction WANTEDTRDSTWORTHY LADY or Gentleman to manage business in thlI I county anti and adjoining territory for C I of sod financial standing 2000 straight cash salary uuii expenses paMench MondnII direct from hendqunitcrs Expense moue advanced Manager 110slhonIlcrn1Rncnt Address I MANAGER WANTEDII matingbtisinese I tory for well and favorably known house of solid financial standing 2000 straigh- cash salary and expenses paid each Mot day by check direct from headquarters Expense money advanced Position permanent Address Manager 810 Como Block Chicago Ill 3345 c 1 Y c == = I MORE Goons THAN MONHYIww igoodsi want Shelves tables countersall full and must be sold to maket1t1 room fo- rNre StU ColiLtugt I i C We have the best uptodate stock of GEN ERAL MERCHANDISE that ever struck Hazel L Green which will be sold at prices to suitii 1FOR CASH AND CASH ONLYI rWe will not credit So please do not it Give us a call and you will never regret it Respectfully ct0H f 1 P S SAY YARD PLEASE SETTLE rHA LITTLE ACCOlNTCOOT PHOMISKD us WILL YOU COter t Or 250000ONE FULl QUART OF 1 plolnFREE t t I iShdi1icatocuvtcat woknow the meaning or words Im1 will do as ea1j kjj nlYlm to bit the lutvebpaeed 14b1kcy llone b taei t blsNorcia4+ YF- t C DdboaaUwatenn Well noro lIulno old h1t101 and Icsa UII r = IIDlouowncolDllfOhtor Cpcrll11earUld movaplndPtJ aLlquldJ011 UuDlldob111uueIG aI1Ciuelultwumdeb 1 OG0Uto10otI It YEAR OLD 1 c+ ot15e0 l r mut pltlUo or we will bUllt hack Wo bATe II clpllA S iii it RI and tholpleaKn onalAn1 and tbo l1rdmont Totntroducethl8 old yrutYl WdJ t1 I+ OUbIICIWIllUIl10uourworoufiood at corkYart crew and drinkIng glaeail for ea Ill 1tausourow- llldouuletbeaboveanl Full artCTWo hue IPIr tor 10oewiit 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