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Digital page images are linked to the text file. o It r1tiE H s hll r M b v ar j EENJ xek HERAbBoff M 0 Established Jt ordx4f J88Sgado Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Oontinen V by Max ORell O 1dWl 1 TWENTIETH YEAR t 1I f HAZEL GREEN SWOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY t AUGUST 11 1004 NUMBERS iCVOttll nwncr and COOIKU Klltor The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 50 Cenls a Yea WASH CashiorWt 1 iit i1 ii Asst Cashiere WINCHESTER KY PAID UP CAPITAL 810000000 JAMES B CECIL Successor to Cecil Bros is now receiving a new stockof rii t iiiiiLt i i IIr I IIndwill carry a line of Fruits Vegetables c In fact everything lIy kopt in a firstclass grocery store I He is also oarf OJfJ AGEENN 8wbee traveling men will be treated in a homelike manner and iu hI- lirDm i reSTJAULU He also carrieslrW TI full lies of a KLaandwill make to order any thiug in that lice Lap robes dusters stock and everything sold at a close buggy whips c will be kept in mrein of profit a STATE COLLEGE OP KENTUCKY l I I Lexington Kentucky I I J t Kentucky offers the folI ofCollegeStateThe Agricultural and Mechanical biningicalI- na cllllIIlcalhoriicult nil I l1 lowing courses of study viz Agricultural llgtItctrictl hematical physical normal chHl cla iclIlIIlIchullleltldlltIl uchof which extends over Iineering civil CUgiIlC rin miningrugineering III1J proitltd 1 leadingfog ttudict UfOt years and leadsto a degree feet graduate under a separate fAculty iii to a masters degree Each course of study ill organized instructurllIThe general faculty number nearly fifty professors and in dormitories fuel and light tuition room rentCounty appointees receive and if they remain ten months traveling expenses comprehensive andwell equippedThe laboratories and museums are large mod ern The 60000 for n college jhomo for young women Legislature appropriated IJlill1ing are completedIand 130000 for drill hall nndgymnu urn for for as required bIprovidedWdinusQ Military tactics and science are fully OOaRress find excellent positions WbtIu8te from true several courses of studyreadily of the ability of theexccw3and The lcmand is Bclrcone 750specialists have charge of each de for pedagogy engin of natural science Summer schools are ft- rtment scienceThe bearing hitherto the title of college It tbe oly institution in the Conumonwcalth doing in my proper sellso university facilities forforkThe women provides Isligctedibytenthi j electricity room education iin classics An afforded to then of a thorough andopportunity 13 thus metaphysi history IOllrnl1aDgUages literaturc science mathematiCi logic offers advantages for educa I 1Oa Statetheinstitution inNo other State Collego of Kentucky altvoInen at all comparable to those offered by the information regarding- w For CAtalogues method of obtaining appointments 1rreaof study anterms or admissionppy TAMES K toRSON Ph D LT D f Or to D C PRAEE Business Agent Lexington Ky 1904 Y Pall Term Begins September 5th 7y 16y 1e solicit your banking busi ness and promise you prompt and careful service every attention and accommodation consistent with correct banking principles DIRECTORS ill miLLErZ 55 UJ UJ1LLI3I T It PR1LLIP3 UJ B WILLS J D ImpOO J f BIKJKUJALCGR it j ijJtmPTOn i I Tfte wincnostOf Bank WINCHESTER KYgt tNII WiTUKKsrooN Prellidenti f IHld Up Capital 810000000 Hurlu t t t 000000 w Ilanilinrafl Drpoiilt ofI JPover t I t 80000000 This bank solicits the accounts of w merchants farmers traders ami bus- iness4 men generally throughout era Kentucky and offers its en every faetlltyandthemost Eatiiterm within the limits of I banking loct i 4444 44C M + 44444 SSrTime and Again we have appealed to those of our su scribers in arrears to come in and pay up We need money to buy paper and ink and pay the prin ter Come in and attend to this today UPINCOTTS MONTHLY MAGAZINES A FAMILY LiaRARY The Best in Current Literature t 12 COUPLET NoVKt YrAKlY MANY SHORT STORIES AND PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS 250 PR YEAR 25 CTM A COPY NO CONTINUED STORIES VERY NUMBER COMPLETE IN TaIL i KILL THE COUCH i AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery PrrceIj i FOR CONSUMPTION GOcSIOO I I Free Trial j Surest and Qutakeat Ouro for all THROAT and LUNG TROUD I LES or MONEY BACK DR F C BAKES PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Will answer all calls and may be found at Rittenbouw Ranch Swango Spring when not professionallyengagefl gTnE HERALD and Courier Journal both to any addrellllSl a year And now is the time to subscribe Facts About Japan Japan is a growing nation Dur ing the last fivo yours tho increase of Japanese foreign trade has boot iivofold The countrys importsI and exports in 1001 amounted to 272100000 The lending cotes trios from which Japan obtains her imports and tho value of the commerce are as follows ling land 5050SOO lnited States 1225000 China 11500200 Germany M101SOO and British India f 11 7011000 Tho United1 I States loads as tho market fo Japanese exports nod in 1000 bought 20Mo000 worth The British island of Hong Kong stands second with r IO5210X China 15881200 France 0511800 1 England 5577500 and Corea 1010200 Prom nil ports of tho world Japan imported in WOO according to tho International Encyclopedia i goods to tho amount of 870 10000 limo santo authority gives Japans exports in 1000 as 71800800 lime total revenue of tho govern meat from nil sources in 100102 amounted to 1558 758500 and tho expenditures to ji1B7lta712 The revonun is raised chiefly from the land tax taxes on sake anti other liquors customs duties and an in como tax Among tho chief expen set ranks tho army for which t 10 000000 wits appropriated in 1000 the navy 10000000 administra tion of justico 5000000 educa tion and pensions 8125000 ox ecutive and legislative dbpart ments 1500000 Yet Japanst entire income is not half as large as that of Now York City Tho national debt was 255009500 The stock of gold was estimated a 12000000 The total amount of silver iu circulation was 80100 000 and of paper money 51800 000 Rico tho chief food of tho Japa nose is tho mast important crop and in WOO 205037080 buiheli were produced Rice land is worthI nearly three times other arable land and in 1000 nearly 7000 000 acres wuro cultivated an rico fields A great quantity of rico isI used in the manufacture of take and in 1000 178051000 gallons were produced from 27780 estab lishments Barley was raised iinI 1000 on 1570000 acres yielding 42591050 bushels j ryo on 1097 850 acres yielding 87 170807 bush eli wheat on 1147747 acres yielding 21000770 bushels InI 1000 030083 acres were dI voted to tho silk culture and 120702 acrosi to tea which produced 03210100 pound Japan raises moro cereals and other food products than she needs henolf HO even should she bo cutoff by Russia from tho root of the world she could support her armies ai well as her own inhabi tRUtH larbye I the abolition of the feudal system Tho average holding is about ono acre which iis valued at 180 yon AB a result of the Buddhist teach ing the people never ate hoof andI regarded butter milk and cheese as poisonous Since the opening of Japan to tho thought of tho West the government has sough- to l I encourage tho establishment o r I dairies and tho brooding of cat j11Io horses and sheep so that in l1HOO there wore in Japan 1451 580 head of cattle and 1500000I horses ti beotjff Japan since time immemorial Before tho introduction of machinery there were spinning wheels in nearly every homo Osaka iis now tho center of the cotton in dustry whore there havo beeni erected so many factories that it has boon called tho Fall River off Japan In 1000 thero wore 1135 111 spindles in operation in 79 different spinning mills employ ing 12170 men and 43375 women About 100000000 are now in vested in Japanese cotton mills Pennsylvania Grit r r LYw Out For a Good Time Mr JT Cunningham tho efll clout and experienced foremen find 1job printer of tho Hustler accom littleIfamily loft lest Saturday for his old homo at Stomping Ground Franklin county for a brief visit to his mother and other relatives at that place The littlo putty will thou leave that point for St Louis to spend several days visit ing the lExposition Mr Cun thisIthorbringhintho so thoroughly deserves Jack son Hustler TUB IlKitATn too joins in tho wish that Cunny may have ti royal time Puts an End to it All A grievous wail of times comes as u result of unbearable pain from ovor taxed organs Dixzinesn Backache Javer Complaint mil Coifstipation But thanks to Dr Kingsl Now Life Pills they put an end to it ell They are gentle but thorough Try them Only 25c Guaranteed bnil druggists School Money State Auditor linger has notified the State School Superintendent that ho will not appropriate to tho common pchnol fund any part of the direct tax collected from the + insurance companies doing busi Hess in tho State until directed to 1080 by the courts TJfo question apportionment will now go to the courts for settlement Superintendent Fuqua will not wait the decision of tho question- t before declaring tho per capita for tho conduct of schools for tho com ing session which runs for six JIIHltclbestimates the per capita at 200 without tho insurance fund money Should the latter fund bo secured by the department he thinks it will bring tho per capita tip to 820 The estimates furnished by him of funds for the common schools is 215008242 This iin attar deducting and paying the dt t licit existing in tho fund of about 171000 Should tho courts hold Irthat the school department IIenti tied to a portion of tho insurance fund it means an increase of the school fund of about 125000 an nually Shake Into Your Shoes Allens FootEase It cures pain ful swollen smarting sweating felt Makes now shoes easy Sold by all druggists and shoo stores Dont accept any substitute Sam pro free Address A S Olmated Lo Roy N Y- Excursion to Jackson Spencer Cooper Hazel Groom Ky DEAR SIK Ploano state in your next issue that on Sunday August 14th the Ohio and Kentucky Rail way will run an excursion from Gunnel City to Jackson and re turn at one faro for the round trip This train will leave CannoL City at 7n in and connect atQ K Junction with special train Louisville on Lexington ifeEaBt tfern Railway j returning leave Jackson at 11 45 n in mil nrriv 1ing at Oannol City atltlfijptjm This train is run to accprnmpdato parties desiring to attOi1dKniglitHl of Pythins Encampment at Louis ville and the through rate to Louisville from Holochawa 600 for the round trip j tickets good returning on any train until An gust 25th tM25 Holechawa td St Louis tickets good returning on any train until September 10th through coaches from 0 K Junction to Louisville without change via L ID and Southern particularsinguro r ogenMfDrAr POlt2AtBsan thelMKiI4 YOI H 1eIM SJrutu t of i I Y c y PHE HERALD SFEKCKK COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Aug 11 1004 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR 1UKSIDKNT ALTON BROOKS PARKER OK NKW YOUK run vnK rmcHimvr HENRY C DAVIS- or WUST VIUUINIA KOI I tONUIlKSH 10th IHVrillCT HON FRANK A HOPKINS OK KIOYII COUNTY ANNOUNCEMENTS l lFORIA1LKII authorized toare nn PERDUE S noiinco 0 W IBKDUK of Ulna as a candidate for the olllco of i Jailor of Wolfu County subject to the action of the Democratic party lOll IHUXTY CIrll- KOilI Upn We are authorized to nn t OllAllUUi iioiinco W W SWIIIIKO of Valeria as candidate for County Jourt Clerk of Wolfe county subject to Dem ocrntlc primary Nov Ili hellJ You rotvrv AITOIIMIY toCI1 as a candidate for reelection to thu I otlicc of County Attorney of Wolfe mi primrvNuvemherI I I tt Ilit A oS 10H 1t are authorized to nut JOHNSON IIOIIIICI ISIIiM JnhIlM4I11 its n I outsI Ii Iitierllth ALIENIreI are authorized to 1111 I t Leotk act to the action of the Democratic I party ii iiIllltSTATI SKNATOi to nn WHEELER11eareantbrirdI II EIlr 11 KU ls a candidate fur State Senator to rtprc ent this district Mtbjert to the action of the Democraiiri party Cult smitii authiriwd to announce DAYro A I iVnM a candidate for Sheriff of Wolfu aunty subject fthe action of the Democratic party COMBS Wo nro nuthorize1 to ntt t nounce A T COMBSof Camptonas A candidate for Sherlfl of Wolfe County subject to the action of tho Democratic party Going to Worlds Fair If so take tho Lexington and Eastern from Jackson nnd note goodbotwoonSeason tickets good until Decem ber 15th 10CM 2140 sixtyday tickets 1785 fifteenday tickets 1646 04LW9FOX1XA INn teeThe IlK VH Were JS Btt M- JKfaatirt t of i Keoio From Arrtitttf Keene Brown who killed Ira Milo a detective in Menefee county some timo last fall has beou arrested and delivered to tho Monofoo county jail After he committed the crime ho went to the home of Mike Robinson in Bronthitt county two miles above Jackson and hired to him under the name of Jim Rose Subee quently an epidemic of typhoid fevor invaded tho family of Mr Robinson and after the family had passed through it Brown or Rose was taken downI with it Mr Robinson realizing his condition wont to him and told him that his mother ought to know of his sickness Brown then made a confession to tho old man and told him us therowas a reward for hid arrest he wanted him to have it Mr Robinson secured thoI services of Ned Cope of French burg roturned to his horns and ar rested tho fugitive and took him to jail Of course nN Brown wished Mr Robinson will got tho reward nod it is generally thought that Brown will got either a life time in the pen or end his career upon the gallows as tlm murder wills unprovoked the rwwnrii is rGX thu State giving 500 nnd Monofoi county toO Had Brown boon caught at tho time the en inn wits committed hit would have been hung by tho indignant citi tons but nnw tho law will lit al lowed to take its course Strength Conies from well iliiroitiil and thoronclilyn K IhulJltlltlfuull1 Ilooilx Snrsnimrllln tone tilt dl estlve ciriraiiH null thus nulMs ui the Ntroinrtli If you pro eetting nm down liccln tuklni Hoods nt onoo A Wolfo County Girl Behind the Bars The following dispatch from St Louis wins in nil till daily papers Monday of last wool A vivacious Kentucky bollo- MiwsI Dolt Dixon agod 21 o I fltIIotheII I r I Marion Brown of Sumpter lax with having stolon the latter hlllllsnieholeontnillillg 1000 a 11 lunch station Miss Dixnn told till police tha i lit iniUM tot Louis from Cinrin anti O with hor brother liroder ik Dixon an J lkof Muskoget I T She had hon in Cincinnati to visit a friund Miss Mary Maur phy ishe nays limey have bconI stopping nt tilt Inside Inn 111- I brothrr loft time city two days ago MrsI Brown says sho was pass wig through tho midway when Hlw ii was accosted by the maidon from iKnntuckyI who anatchod lint I satiliwl and walked away seeming Ily unconcerned Sho sourchcd the station for n policomiui but foundI none and in tho moan timo Mil is s Dixon had disappeared Last nigh- she saw Miss Dixon sho declares with her satchel She called al ollicor and had Miss Dixon arrostod A number of Elks who are still1i in the city say Miss Dixon is from an excellent family in Kentucky and that her brother iis well known in politics New Idea Womans Magazine- An article 01 The Modern Nur sery by Mildred K Smith andI the fourth number of Porditas Problems by Alice Chitteuden are to b feature of special inter oat in the September number o the Now Idea Womans Magazine Tiles two papers are of instant value to all homemakers in thoi r practical suggestions and helpful photogrnphicnllyiIlustratod on Physical Culture are letters written out of tho sound knowl edge of long experience in her special line of workand may be relinIuleare illustrated in ouch a way as to illuminate the specific direction- given in the text Fashions iinI Shirtwaists and Novelties inI Mens Wear are ftaturo articlesI in the fashion department whichI is to be enlarged henceforth by th I addition of another color plato LacyCroekBush ton Ill for a visit of about two months to her aunt Mrs Miko Murphy and other relatives Her brother James Perkins took her to Heleohawa and sho left on the 1 22 0 S K train A =rtltlr lOli Irtttff In a family row on Stillwator Saturday afternoon last Sylvettn- Adams shot and killed his brother John The particulars as wo hea them are as follows Bill Adams who routed som llaud from Edgar Kash had taken his son Sylvester Adams in partnership and to gother they put in a crop A younger brother whoso name we did not learn was working with them whoa Sylvester and he had some trouble and Sylvester under took to whip him Tho old man interforrod and Sylvester drove him oil The old man wont to MagoIHn county mind got another sou John to como back with him fur protection When thoy neared the residence of Sylvester ho or dered the old man to stop but tho latter paid no objection to tho command and when ho got up within roach Sylvester hit him ovor tho head with a shotgun John told him not to hit his father any more and stooped to pickup a rock As he raised Sylvester pulled tho trigger tad a load of buckshot penetrated tho left shoulder of John ranging down and ho diod almost instantly Flue old man thmi caught SylvesterI by tho throat and choked him back ugainst the wall with the intention ot cutting his throat for what ho had done but while pulling his knife ho realized that ho was a sun and released him Tho fratra cidu took to the woods and at this writing has not beou arrested But it iis prosunuul that ho wont to Memfee and the ollicers aro after him John the murdered boy I wills buried at tho loldorhy graveyard on Sunday j WillMotto Winchester I R C Mansfield it Sou tho wellI known Rosdlyn millers have aboutI decided to leave Iowoll county laid move their mill to Winches tor Theywere in Winchester onfi sumo valuable lots desirably loca ted for u Hour mill I For a numbor of years Mans liulds mill has been a loading illI dustry in the county and it would be with groat regrets that wo would give them up Tho firm iis strong conducttoil on tho must modern principles timid tilt products of the mill pro 1ltIttl equaled by tho bust and largesttlmilling concern in the country Tho mill will be operated at Russ lyn for several mouths yet and w hope it will bo tho decision of this up tu date and progressive firm tto remain in Iowoll At ono titan lat spring they wanted to moo their mill to Clay City mind occupy the silo of tho old1 forgo mill but could not make tin necessary arrangements on accouu t of tho high prices asked for the mistllkoIby not raising a subscription andI ttrtk sorry to state that it is too Into for propIopsition anti that she has lost thi enterprise that wilts once anxious 1to locate MoroClny City Times 1John Md Rose is tho Ilnzol Green agent of the above mills anti he 1Hays that both their flour and mealI give universal satisfaction and our own experience is that both aro pas excollant Held Over to Court The examining trial before Magistrate Edwards of Clay Wad Henryfof 100 Mann was concluded Ins Saturday and resulted in the ac quittal of Henry Collins while the two Wadkins boys were hold in a bond of 1000 each for thoir up poaranco at the next term of the Broathitt Circuit Court They have failed as yet to give bond but it is said that thoy will do sol 1 in a few days Jackson Hustler BLUEGRASS NURSERIES eSPRING 1904 TREES BY THE MILLIONaI FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL SHRUBSGRAPE VINES ASPARAGUSeRHUBARB SMALL FRUITS And everything for ORCHARD LAWN ANn GARDEN aNo Agents Strawberry and Gen oral Catalogue on application to H F HILLENEYER it SONS LEXINGTON KY arBoth phones 279- NOTEUfUT ADS Envelo ee U I J OUR LetterktULC t lou a tie Io BUlsoprlBt d at oaos e ONLYr ONE DOLLARB KROQERPresident LEO J VAN LAHR e W JEWELL ta Vice Presidents It you bY only Oat Dollar to apart lend Itt 1 aAnd1 withdraw It any time wherever add Aaurnr New Our BA NGKBYYYMUSentFLi AH accounts In this bank nro ntrlctly confld teal between tho bank Interestcompounded Tile PIOYMOIIII 8OYI gBonk8 8 Irml Co Chamber of Commerce Hldnr Cincinnati o i =Encampment Rates The Lexington nnd JEastern will run u ppiciiil trnin from Jnckson to Louisville on Sunday August 14th fur account of tho grunt K of P Encampment Louisvilo Ky Rates for tho round trip areas follows From Jackson 5lrl- n K Junction fiIU- KlkutnwHI fil5 Atliol ti 10 TulleRii fOI Ikiittyvillc JuctionJ 4 70 torrent 450 Stanton tlWi Clay City HS Special train will run through to Louisville via Lexington anil Southern Railway leaving Jack on SiKOn in- Hintlvvlllf Junction HjItClay City 1028It Arrive at Lexington 1tIIjII Arrive at Ixninville in the afternoon Pickets to St 111111will he on sale fur this train with privilege of stopping at Ldiiivillc duriiiL the Ktirmnpinriit lit- Otl fiirf fur roinnl trip phi rU cent on any Uaii until Srpi 10th Fur lurtner information call on agents IL nnil K UnihviiyCjiuus S rVorr U 1 A CJUOl BAKINJ Depenils upmi K ui11nur1 Tin bestI linker in tint world cult get goinl brand from inforiur Hour Ito juiticu to your skill by using the btult intilvriiil BEST PATENT OR MOUNTAIN LILLY 11Villout disappoint you irotind by 1lIliPlctItII Brain tluy pUiiso mho must piirticular Ask your Grocer for Mansfiolds- I Flour and Meal R C Mansfield Sons KOSSIAN KENTUCKY KijigntsOf Pikias ENCAMPMENT Louisville KylAug 1520 1904 Special Train Sunday Aug 14th Will run from Jackson through to Louisville without change via L A E and Southern Railway Leave Jackson 830 a m Arrive at Louisville saute afternoon tOne fnre roundtrip from Lexington and all Ltc E stations to Louisville Tickets on solo August 12 to 15 good to return on any train until August 31st Extension canbeatLouievilloLOW RATES TO WORLDS FAIR For any who wish to visit the Worlds 1122beenR stations to St Louis and return with privilege of atop over at Louisville dur ing Encampment These tickets good to return until Sept 10th LoUiSVIIIJSUNDAgo to St Louis for tho Fair RATE OIKN TO ALLFor information write or call on OHEWST89 East Main street Lexington Ky R IPANS Tabulea Doctors find A proscriptionFor The 6ct oacaelonecontalDIthem Lexington and Eastern Bailiaj Tlmo Tablo in Effect May 22 1901 WEST BOUND DIIISunJayiX iKi I I 1 A1 ArrpuI 1 Aflu7 20 Itlil 20 BeattyvcJe12u 328 23 H 7 47 11111 4U 347 I Ul una 114 TorrentIIIIIIO 4 01r 8 2s nnl 5i 00 39Jt 08IPaInpa EAST BOUND No2 i 1p Dully ex = STATIONS = Dalll111 PM Sunday Ivol j iIIII IIlI I AMLTI Sunda 23 mm hII LexingtonI OI 7 4512 3t UKlifiiter tom4 IIIi l i 4 81 jjin57 Nut illII 511 pin 70 UrnttyvvJc 70 JO n uIli U pin to OKlunin1 90 H 26 in C 15 pin 94 hakhon 9411 30 ta rorCalillel Sud11viluyNot l and 2 conncet At L d K Jnncdos with Cliisiijieiike and Ohio lor MLSterHaj pointsNos nt Henttyville Jut tine with 1l A for Hcattyvilfi dilly ii cipt Snnilnv J U HAUItGenlSUnipr CI1AS SCOTT Gen TUM Agent 0 K BRANCH KAST IIOtND No 33 Z Z No21I I tx lIan1dSUIII11 113 HO 0 Jackson 1120 i 338 U OiVlvlunctiiMiii i U 2t i 117 11 Wilhurst Lu II 3- 3IW4I 13ilstuplnn tit 11 K r 10 lOII City lU 1222 ft IS 22IIUItIiIltlt 2S- fi IS 27 Ciinnel City til12 3 PMI A nit I Au VKST1 1501Nl No f i 023 DtiJJt STA11ONS lIallTdtI SuudnyII l i if i ALLvE 1S1A11 7 1i 2i Cnnurl1 City Ol 105 i H 21 Jlulerlmwa ti la- W7 Itet City 11 128 8 30 13 162 R m 10 1Vilhiirst0 165- D1M5 1 OAKJiinrtioniSS 3 SO II 311 0JJIrkhullI 2W Nos Jl 111111 2 will make close connect nt 0l K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for points on the Icxington nod Jon lfm Witt way MI1 LCOXLEY- SuperlnUndUt WORLDS FAIR SHORT litII soutnern Rai1a 43 MILES THE SHORTEST FastestBest to the Worlds Fair Only line operating SOLID TRAJJ trout LcziiiKton to Jit Louis without venicuce of change uf cars Look it tlt Schedules DAYLIGHT TRIP- St Louis Exposition Limited daDIeaedlArriveSolid train of Pullman Sleeprre Stud mine Oiniuj Car meals served A us Cult and Day Coaches through from LeJl atoll to St Ixuis without change NIGHT TRIP Fair Flyer dallIenveLouisville10151m dail da1l1ArrIveDI7 SleephrceCoaches Carl chVtllfoAllsuburmlervlceWorMs Fair grounds Ltd noulul Trip Excursion Rates from in ton as follows 1240 good returning fifteen days 1385 good returning sixty da1Decembetl6ll + 1665 good returning until Wia thedrotliSa1l dalCoacbdates For information call on or write H C KINO Ticket Agent Kr 89 East Main Street Lexington T W CREWS Traveling Pass Agent 80 East Main Street Lexington Ky C H HUNGERF01U D P A 234 Fourth Avenue LoulsrUlel r G B ALLEN A G P A St Louts Mo t Disfigured Skin Waited KBKIM suit decaying bone watnayocl Scrofula let alone Is capable of all that meltjnaarttntatloned thou eyesdyer debility1tI I ttitdby Hoods Sarsaparilla yid Clpele nil humors cures nil erulr the whole system tloebandungideold 17 Lcute terJIa the C11I rY tating an- tliutk totake with lloodY H M p illUl WE HERALD Drink Wuinacotts Distillod Pop for Health Mrs IJarnuy Blnnkouship hns the thanks ot tho editor and his bettor seveneighths for a nico lot of boots Kmmett Campbell and Clay Cecil started on Monday for St 1 Louis to visit tho Worlds Fair for f about two weeks Rev Tim Tom Pioratt who has been quite ill with dropsy is at the residence of his son II P Pieratt and remains critically ill Robert Harris of Richmond is among tho visitors at Swango Springs Retreat and is much pleased with tho ulTicacy of this water CATARRH of tile nose FORi stomach bowels and more delicate organs tiko Hoods Sarsam rillait is- tA RADICAL CURE Mrs George Wheel or and her daughtr Miss Ilatlie loft Friday 1I for Lexington where they will t visit relatives of Mrs Wheeler fortt about two weeks I A Stfigor ropresonting K C DeWitt tt Co of Chicago was hero Monday and renewed lOn tract with TUB HKKAII for advor tiiing fllr unothur yourtOld Inolo Bobby Denniston of Pomoroyton is sick at the homo of his soninlaw S M Tyler near our town whore he is a visitor He is eightyodd years of ago i u Rflv Uarnwy Ulakenship rolurn ed Monday froth Mariba in Mono I fee count v where ho held a meet ing mi Sunday Quito a crowd prl11rDlledI Lewis Henry of Canoywas bore IIi i Sunday ut the bodsido of hisI brother tn br5v Kov Jim Tom Pie ratt Mrs henry came ovor some timo last wok and stayed until Sunday Dr Ilarlan Stumper who is now I j LickingRivor j I visit to his wife raid children and left again Tuesday morning to finish Borne dental work Meredith Mann of Dan camo up Saturday and on Sunday took back his daughterinlaw Mrs Maud Mann and her baby Miss Mattie Loo Govedou presented the baby with a handsome gold ring ashor namesake beforePolice housobreaking Foilingtotent to jail at Cam- ptonCASTORIAI Per Infanta and Children 1M KU You Hare Always Bought au1Dature of BoulahAdams ofJohnMiss Pearl Day for a few days lastII Maytownshey Johns Adams lives Dunnfbnllvest aboveGean apple 0ttg11 Friday evening and bursted his e worknockedwritingTlaye lDve courseCarrhr o tNeandn t he might survive 1 Montlmecountyhnta Mondaywtht will be hero again in tho course of a month and will then take up any surplus swino n ohandPro1byterum ofthenow Rothis health which has improved iin the few ho eojournorTho Jackson Hustler of last GunClubthat Curt Rose our former town man made 20 out of a possible 25 goillghIgherwho made 21 James Nickell of Grassy nod dentally shot himself through tho hand 011 Friday evening last inflicting a painful though not a dan pistoltoed when the pistol was discharged with tho result as above The Death Penalty A little thing sometimes results in death Thus a mere scratch in signflcant cuts or puny boils have paid tho death penalty It is wise to have liucklons Arnica Salve over handy Its the best salvo on earth suit will prevent fatality when Burns Sores Ulcers and Piles threaten Only 25c at all druggists Unless ho should havo a relapse Undo Johnny Rose now bids fair to got up and about in A short time On Sunday last ho hud a decided change for tho bolter and as he has a good appetite lord is cheerful withal u now lease upon life may ho granted him John Taulbee oxguard at tho Frankfort penitentiary was in own Monday shaking hands with his many friends He is now at White Oak in Morgan and his wife is at the homo of her father Dr Walcleck of Hill Top Flom ing county under treatment Tho union meetings at tho Presbyterian Church on Thursday and Sunday evenings continue to be well ultonded Those meetings will bo hold until about September IUt the services Thursday even will bo especially fpr tholing people tits topic IleingJ Career or God Will Miss Artio Dye and Mrs Maul Mann of DniiKy were pleasant visitors to Tin HBUAID on lust I Thursday but wore unfortunately too late to SPO the working of tho press Mm Mann and little daugh tor Mat tie Leo who have been visiting Mr and Mrs Albert Dye for tho past two weeks returned home last Sunday Andy Nickoll of the Cox Mill neighborhood aged 70 years died at his residence on Saturday after noonof kidney and bladder trouble and the remains woro laid to rest in the old Oharo graveyard on Sunday whore his wife and seven children are buried Ho was a brother of tho mother of Mike and Bill Ohare John Cruoy who keeps tho Mor County Poor House at the Ran Forks of Cauey says ho has an inmate of that institution a man who rightfullyshould be in the Confederate Homo at Peweo Volley The man roferrod to is Milton Gibbs who has an honorable die charge from the command to which he belonged but Mr Crury did not know the company or reg imout when ho was talking to town Howeverour man about the old fellow is blind feeble and Yo notehelploesin a manner this that the Confederate Veterans may tako action in tho matter c Mothers Ear MOTNIRa iAAI WHiA- uN AA WORD IN TNNAND t0 All INFANT MONTH rnr COMM emu rnv TMI SCOTTS EMULSION A H A NOYRNMENrRao AiCIEAR f0A- THi MOTHP MIaNiALTN Or 10TH CHILDSend for he JaIIIplc mss scoTT soc SiredaU IIOWNENi ot YorkII Caneygweek and on Saturday there were six additions to the church He will preach at that place the first Sunday in each month for the en suing year the congregation at Dayeboro having empleyed him Mr Hunter was at ono time editor of paporfouudedceased Ho is also identified with several secret organizations and beneficiary organizations in the work of which he Ukoa much in torost WORLDS FAIR SHORT LINE S870 Round Trip Lexington to eWorlds Fair St Louis Mo Via Southern Railway q TickctH on lulu every Tuesday and Thursday Good to return seven days from duto of sale LexingtmitoTFor further informntion write or cull ou T WC11EWS- TrnvcHnc 1iuwenger Agent 89 lalltllllin Street Lexington Ky Caleb Powers and the Magazines Perhaps tho most intelligent statement yet published of tho case ott Caleb Towers appears in Wayside Magazine Chicago for August The publisher of this magazine being former Kentucky newspaper men it is reasonable to suppose that they havo tho fuels ll1gnzilHiHpages monthly is the largest mag azine Out issued from the West u William Perkins ono of the most prominent farmers of this county nntln resident of Lacy Crook diud on Saturday of ty phoid fever nndwus buried onII Sunday at tho fancily graveyard j on his place lizpnh Lodge No r 07 FtC1 A JIof which ht was i nn honored member took charge of the remains and buried him with the honors of the order Mom j bers from Lo City Mnytown and other lodges took part in tho sere oily STATU tI iLrjjIL Frank T Cheney makes oath that ho is senior partner of the firm III- IKI J Choneytt Co doing IxisitiesH in tho City of Toledo county and State nfclrllIillIIlId tliat said firm will pay the sum of ONK lItImli IIOIIAUS for ouch and every taw nt Catarrh that cannot be cured l y tho use of halls Catarrh cure lKKAVK Jr CIIKMV Sworn to hoforo 1110 and nub scribed in my presence this nth day of Decombor A 1 I11SI tt A W OIKAHON HKAI y yNntu Public f Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in I ternally nnd acts directly on thin blood and mucous till rfUlI of the system Send for tostimoninlafn- I1J CHUNKY tC Co- 7ulodo 0 Sold by druggists 75c Jnko Halls Family Pills for constipa tion A Lynn Porry of Winchester who has boon engaged hero for nearly four months painting tho properties of J Taylor Day on Monday loft for Frozen Crook where ho will paint the old Day homestead now occupied by Win Day This job will tako about two weeks and ho will bo assisted by Sam Wilson of this place who accompanied him After that Mr Perry will go to his home and- thence to the Worlds Fair Ho made many friends during his so journ in our village and all wore loth to see him lleave The work of demolishing and dismantling the old Acadomy building began on Monday and all tho available lumber in it will bo used in the construction of the new dormitory ground for which which was broken this week It may be economy to use the lumber from this building but it looks like a shame to tear down so good a building for any purpose when it could so easily have been converted into a hotel and it would have made an ideal edifice for the business The town needs a first class hotel building as bad as any place in Kentucky and a little en terprise on tho part of Bomo one could havo supplied tho need at a nominal cost The Academy was ample in dimensions to have fur nished Bleeping rooms dining room parlor sample room etc nids r i 1 IIIThoIIIamIAll Counterfeits Imitations and Justnspoocl arc but Experiment that trlllo with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Cnstorlu is u hariulcsN Hubstltuto for Castor OH Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant ItcontniiiH neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic mibstanco KM ago IH Its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverlshneas It cures Dlarrhcva and Wind Colic It relieves Teething1 Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates tho Stomach and liowcls giving healthy nod natural Bleep lao Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYSII rf Boars tho Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THC OtNTAUft COMPANY Tf MUflRAV THIIT MIW VOHK OITV fb Great Clearance SSale 11 500000 WOpTtt 1 or it Spring Summer Ii CLOTHINGRegardless m11 11sonuntilfthe season is over to make this sacrifice but dott i Iit nt the Ueginning of the season 500 Mens Black and Blue Cheviot Serge and Unfln ished Worsted Suits regu lar price 12 18 and 20 i I 1250 Boys AllWool Pants for rIce 4 5 and 600 Now II 999 1111 IISuitsIfi I 250 Boys Suits formerprice1160 owM350 pairs Boys Knee Pants 15 pair 2 for 26 cents 500 pairs Boys Wash Knee pairWe r you need the goods Come early before our large stock is broken Loii4LEXiNGTONS GDS HtpaB LEADING CLOTHIERS + naa DAVISSuccessor to 0 W Howe Wholesale and Retail Liquor Dealers Grocers Etc Aaxits fop Lexington BeerSpoclal attention given to tho filling af mail orders Homo Phone 81 Long Dlatance10rLIT 11JIaIdNGIII nt JaJftl111CJIETn UEAI TAtnR 7iOTpr I- snrxivsxtxrna rzs zirTfca great remedy for anal prottmloi and all diMM oftaegeaTMIio- rtaanoriMpoteaey Mettltee1ffly J 01 Tobacco or Dpi UBQ which lead to CoaitMBptlea M4 IUWBIW wiw wc order we parauteetoeere or refund the aie ey fJft I ref ee ae Mrlna CaUUUCJUb Ct OtWMMNrTM L LrtC f h y f L i proMIIKxer9T1 FEMALE tMrAl8ES1471 4 Oo a B1w17FOBTtAKD MAIX INS peperlertoMd I Ittaew whweef I speak I raN feted toe also math with wppreNOd 1 iwmitrafttloa which completely prM kate I me Jalas would ahool through JaY back Md alder and I would un WOld41wellcould not stand up I naturally UH dUooamited for seemed to bo beyond tho help of phyilelani but Wino Of Oardul cane M a Oodiend to me I felt a chango for the better within e- week After nineteen day treatment I menitraated without uitterlng tho Iron loa I and oon became regular and without pain wine of wiJhtbatgood qualities f 1t 4Trcaauror Portland Bconomlo League Periodical lieiulfiches tell of tc mnlo weakness Wino of Cardtii cures permanently ninetwn out of every twenty cases of irregular inenseH hearing down mains or any fenmlo weakness If you are hareIniledtho world you should try Wino of Cardui now Hemeinber that headaches mean female weakness Secure u 8100 bottle of Wine of Cardui today WINEF l caRDUIF LEE CITY LOCALS v- JnmcBi II Dunn is having tho beat attendance at his district school that has boon there for seven yours pant and is giving gouorRl satisfaction Court convened here on August Cth The first case on tho docket wan that of Grant Rood charged with broach of the peace by fights colored woman They hndn lively trial and Reed was fined 1 and costs Goorge Blnnton for selling whisky was fined g20 and coats Next was called to the sur ngRinetJwhippingCharles jury was out only two minutou until they agreed that he was not 1 guilty and he was turned looio Dunn loge nothiag except hii time as the district made up more than enough to pay his expenses 1 August 81ITToE I FightI and stubborn fight with an absess on my right lung writes J F Hughes of DuPout Ga and gave me up Everybody thought my time had come As a last re sort I tried Dr Kings New Discovery for consumption Tho benefit I received was striking and I was on my feet iin a few days Now Ive entirely regained my health It conquers all Coughs Colds and Throat and Lung troubles Guar I PricoGOoSTILLWATER SPARKLES 0 Quito a largo crowd attended OldBaptisttire Emily Byrd of Campton relntiveher Okhlahomaexpects td return in about two weeksSquire JDorInstcourt on Friday Born on the 7th inst to tho CurtisbigbootUBoMarried ono day last wooknt pnreutMiles MiHLulaRiohntoudBrowor formod tho ceremony Dillard Vires and wifo woro ar boforo onlostoffeuse ofhou ebre kinJ1 and the oaio continued until Tuesday nt Knell DroB storo SylvesterAdams hit i brother John Adams j also bruised his father up considerably with his gun Hoihot him with a inglobarrelod breechloadingI shotgun tho shell being loaded with buokshot Ho had boon in a stooping position Tho whole t charge took oftect in the top of tho loft shoulder ranging down to ward tho heart PTtlo murderer made hisescape and has not as yet been apprehended August 8 PRESTO Some Kentucky People in MisIsouri and Kansas- S S Coburn of Chanuto hnsI just returned from a trip to South DakotaEdward Duko of Amsterdam spent a day or two in Kansas City lust week Miss Uertha Amyx of Musko gee 1 T is visiting her cousin P A Goodpustor of Molroso Kits C B Amyx will louvo today for Cleveland Okhlahoma whore IwiI is interested in tho oil field at that I I place Miss Eliza Goodpaslor of Mt Sterling hits boon visiting her taunt and cousin Dr JJ S A and mother of Amsterdam I11jXII G1 Amxy of Muscogce dian Territory has accepted 101 sition in tho First National Hank of this place as bookkeeper At tho Domocralic caucus hold in this county on tho 27th to elect I dalogatos to tho Congressional convention held at lopoka on tho 2d of August S S Osborn was made chairman of the Coin initto on I Credentials and ilelegatoatlargo A mooting of tho oil jiroducern of Kansas and Indian Territory oil Holds was hold at Independ I ence Kas on July 150th for tho purpose of discussing oil matters generally and especially tho pr s eat prices The Hold hUB grown to 10 tho largest in the United States comprising an arroa of over 200 miles from north to south and an average of 10 milos wide This immonso torritory is owned and operated and controlled by local companies the Standard Oil Com pany furnishing tho only market for santo It is tho intention of the local operators to combine for the purpose of securing bettor prices if they have to do it by lay ing a pipe lino to tho gulf and building their own refineryC BA CIIANUTK KAB July 31 Suicide Preyentei rho startlinganuouncement that a preventive of suicide had boon I discovered will interest many A doepondoncinvariably something has been found that will prevent that condition which makes suicide likely At the first thought lelfdestruction take groattonicI tho nerves and build up the system Its also a groat Stomach Only50cr r all druggist Hurt by Accident or Design Eli Wilson of the Trout fork of Rod River foil from the trestle at the head of Red River on Saturday night last and was very severely bruised about tho right shoulder and breast Drs Baker and BolinI examined him after he was taken 1 I to his home and they expressed injurfidinternnllyl semiunconscious state ever sinceI ho was found The accident happened in tho early part of tho night and ho was found about 8 oolo k on Sunday morning Sometimes tho attendants at his bedside can nrouso him for a second or so but at most ho never utters more than ono or two wads Ills con dition is such that no intelligent account of this accident hits been told and tho little that he hasI said leaves the impression that he may have boon knocked from thoI bridge and robbed When ho loft homo ho had something near 40 and when found ho had only two or three dollars Whilo thoseI about him have elicited enough in his sano moments to learn that hoI was not by himself when hurt they adhere to tho opinion that iit was an accident but at this dis tance it looks like a case of foul piny CA OnXABurt theih KWJfM Haw Wwjs BMghlt Blgutu t A = = TO i1L oujikSUBS ftI i 7 1 i r A 1 1 w L v = = = A lIJi- Tj 4sJf f E GREAT AMERICAN i Mr F92L1IIEI- C i h 1 0 f o 1 000 = j v = == X J = IndianapolisoThe Leading Agricultural Journal of the Nation t Edited by an Able Corps of Writers I 1 A A At this valuable journal in addition to lIL logical Iroatmenl of all ngricultu sal subjects will also discuss time great issues of the day thereby adding zest to its columns and giving time tanner something to think about aside from time every day humdrum of routine duties j y ITWO FOR THE PRICE OF ONE I 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 subacri bers and all old ones who pay up old scores and renew with Thirty 30 Days Call on THE HERALD for sample copiel aid send money to this office for both papers YIAddress THE HERALD Hazel Green THE State mutual Life Assurance Association or 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