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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 rTI1BHAZBIo GREEN HERALD j rMarch 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORoll b 0TWENTIETH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 20 1904 NUMBER ii =fll COOlKIl The r POnlJr It r Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in tile Kentucky Mountains 50 Gents a Year r w WASH MILLER CashierWJ W POYNTER Asst Cashier t ati Eit J iOl i A SItWINCHESTER KY PAID IT CAPITAL S I 10000000 JAMES B CECIL Successor to Cecil Bros is now receiving a n w stock of PtAMthtandwill J J RdEJ E1 I Ac In fact everything I ninally kopt in a firstclass grocery store He is also prupiotor of the Oi l feK JUXA e tbee tviilbetreated in a homelike manner and in his ro U twillLEISflHe also cnrriegJr J Tifullliuoof a IaL 4e and will mnko to order any thing in that l1e Lap robes dusters buggy whips c will bo kept iu stock and everything sold lit a close i u margin of profit 81i ATE COLLEGB OF KENTUCKY Lexington Kentucky JtJ Kentuckynilirs the fdof Agricultural l and Mechanical tllh1 Collepe lltlIIillIl hiulllJiclIIOIe IiurtItIIItIlrttl c r of vir Agriculturalrles study 11II i IItCllIlg cltclrlt tl1 Wlcal physical normalI Hch illl cl11ssicnliiiteIIIIIIICHI I ttthich CXItIIC cr mewing civil engItIe rune mining MUI CrillJlIehetu1tosarealsoprovidtI IIea1iu6X- 11 four yea rs anti lends to a degree Post graduate Incultyseparateunderiis organized II tomasters degree Each coarse of study The general faculty number nearly fifty professors and in dormitories instructors fuel and light County appointees receive tuition room rent and andThemodernThe Legislature appropriated 00000 for n college homtfr young JJgSjabe Both hlllhngI arty aDd forcdrill hall and gymnasium for men for 113 required hy Clause Military ttictics and science are fully provided DIress sitinns Graduates from the several courses of largely readily fnil of Xbiliv of theill excesslad liberal remuneration The demand is toll ilJO deSpecialistsJJment of natural science Summer schools arc provided i scienceIt iticrtotlie title of college though bearing unvcrilltyU V pKc Ipropor bCIISC Commonwealth doing In tinyWoaly institution in ther Otk forles fncilitieil The c01l1pleliond the college home for young woolen Sl including ed ed with ullll1odtfn concnlencri lighted byn th rordallt1loc1gulIfor physical culture It w heated by a e tridtpAQ educatiau in classics ortuuit i adbrded to them of n thorough liCirhiittorx IInd dn literature science mathematics logic meta ply Politicaleconomyl Xo other institution in the Stato otel Stnt ovaIitageKentucky theWomen to those offered by rcgnrdl1lg nbUll comparable information j IFor catalogues method of obtaining appointments fIes of study und terms of admission IIpp1to K 1 AlThRS O ph1 LL D 4- t 01toTAMES Lexington Ky fall Term Begins September 5th 1904 r t srWo solicit your banking busi ness land promise you prompt and careful service every attention and accommodation consistent withcor rect banking principles 1 lt1t m I- DIRECIOflSI tEL m1LLC f- S ill WILLIS T Fe PF5ILLIPS1 ill B WILLS1 Ji D SI1flh5Of J R B1HlKill LtER A I F5Aft1PTOf 6 y- tIv fv w vyfv i iiwvyyw411 t1r Y Tie win esieci 8agkk + WINCHESTER KV v T N I111ITulItseeoa lreshlentty f 111111 t1 Cu1ntl iooooooo rsurplus i i i WSIIOOIMKI h t Iluudunte III I4It tlr cov 4 r i t i W0000000 V This liimk solicits tin norounUof r + iniTliiiiits fHriiHTM Irnilcrs niul IIIIM + r tars1I1I111 fjtiiLTiilly throughout KiiNt V- em Kiiituiikv 111111tlllerPi Ire ciistoiii jI- TK every litcility ami the mast lilioriil + tiruiK within the limits of ItKitimntu y + liaiikiiij lootJly H +H +H+N+ H+H+iN+ fcayTiine and again we have appealedI to those of our subscribers in arrears to come in and pay up We need money to buy paper and ink nod pay the prin ter Come in and attend to this today n tXSMtQ SAtt6OF ilue r1itL 4S rlt1l1 IOn Saturday September 10 1904 At 2 p in i oil the pmiiUpN the under segued will oiler Im wiii to the liiklift twit best liiililcr tin foHowliitf IfkfrHieil tract of land known ns tin Vidlir nod AniUrnon he lilt II It IM rm imam tarn 11111l one hnlf miles from Ml Stirliinr iKy on the Ml yiurlinj ami Levee turnpike HiI1l l land iiv- till in Kni1 nail well watered Huld limit will first be ollireil in separate truit each tniit with good frontiikf on ruin then olltrcil ak a whole With privilege to in refit the best hid TKHMS one lhird cash biilanee in one ami two year with per rcpt Itilirciit on- deferred payments For further Informn tinn tuldres4l JollXT WOOIIKOKK I i J1 s lloiii Ml Sterling Ky V 0 CiirVAilT I jj W G PKAKINO FlemhiKHbiirfr hy Uisiior CLAY Lexington Ky KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS J WITH DrKings- Now Discovery CONSUMPTION Price FOR OUGHS and E0c100 OLDS Free Trial Burest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TEOUB LEB or MONEY RACE THK HKUAID and Courier our nal only 100 a year t WASHINGTON NOTES WASHINGTON August 22 Pursuing President Roosevelts record ns nn issue in this campaign from my Iletter of last week lot us look at a fury things that ho must answer albeit ho is lOW trying to repress himself and play the dig n Wed and conservative candidate as against the strenuous and mili taut President Lot us sue Far worse than this political partnership with trusts under the tan II is the blow which ho dealt to tjfthe changes in his Cabinet on the eve of his personal campaign for election to the Presidency The politic removal of Attorney CionoralI IKnox jjust as he had do motist rated in one notable instance his ability to enforce the law combining corporations after all previous ttolnojsl ton ural of both parties had failed was a shacking submission to the plutocratic power which with ad in ira ilo courage h tiuccossfully challenged in the Northern Securities case Hut tthe transfer of Scretary COlt olyoll front the head of the Department of Commerce created as the law declares to make diligent investigation of the affaire of corporations and as his platform says to secure ortn sonable publicity to their opera tiol11lu the Chairmanship of his Campaign Committee hits all the appearance of deliberate prop aration for partisan blackmail of the very corporations that were to be investigated Mrt Cortolyou formerly ins pri veto secretary was at time head of justlunggent investigation11 such informa tion as would ho useful to the filler of ills campaign chest The pub lie does not share this information There is no evidence that the law officers of the Government are making use of it to lsuppress end punish such odious and oppressive monopolies as the Hoof lrustIwhich controls the greater portion of the moot HuIof 80000000 people Hut exprivate nod ex public Secretary Cortelyou Chair man Cortolyou of his Campaign Committee knows all that the law enabled him to learn of the inner workings of the potential campaign contributors1 What saves consuming ambition to be elected President in Iris own right could have led him to shift his successful trust prosecutor to Quays place as a trust agent in the Senate anti to convert his con fidentialI private secretary and trust investigator into a campaign trust fatfryor in place of Mark II an 11 a deceased Ho boasts that never has tho administration of the Government boon on a cleaner and higher level Wo appeal to nil honest then whether in the annals of our Government there was over a grontor abuse of power a greater public scandal or a more unprin cipled defiance of decent public opinion than is this transfer of an official investigator aunt Curlier of great corporations to be a collector of campaign funds from thorn I Ho says ho earnestly desires friendship with tall the nations of I the Sow and Old Worlds and that he thinks ponce is right as well j I wondprilognise in these pacific utterancesji nlhtUlOrloI I urging the creation of an overt larger navy the advico he gave for i the nary was Spunk 8oftlylt1t carrjja big atwkMn the man who ImbitimHy dnoa this generally seeking pence rDoesl o think that the other nations of the Now World thought that hoTas Presi donbof this Republic really Ue sired peace and friendship with thorn whorl he wrote in his letter fit t + 4 to the Cuban dinner Any country whoso people coil duct themselves well can oonnt upon our hearty friendliness If a nation shows that it knows how to act with decency in industrial and political matters if it keeps order and iAYs ITS OHUtiAnoNs then it need fear no interference from tho rnitod States Brutal wrongdoing or an impotence which results in the general loosening of the ties of civilized society may finally ro quire intervention by somo civilized nation and in the Western Hemisphere the Tinted States cart not ignore ITS DUTY Is not this unmistakably n threat that if any of the republics of CentralI Ior South America fails to act vi lbtiocenoyh0 being the judge or if it fails to koop order told pay its obligations ah some of thin States of our Union Mayo failed to pay it need fear no interferencet from the United Stales but that if anyor 1111 of these States fail to live up to Inn standard of order anti morality civilizedi society may finally ro quire intervention and that thou the United States cannot ignore ITS duty In other words ho proposes that 1 1n8 President of tho United States shall constitute himself the Supervisor and Sponsor of all the turbulent chronically revolution ary bankrupt sham republics of the Western Hemisphere and will undertake to make thong not with decency anil pay their debts to the bondholders speculators ami usurers of ICurope Can evoj the wildeot imagina lion conceive a more grotesque preposterous and dangerous per version of the MonroeI Doctrine than is contained in this extraor dinary proposition It combines the humbug of Harnum with tho hypocrisy of Uriah tInIHl all to prove an lie says in his speech that the noninterference doctrine of JIMIIOSJ MonroeI is a Jlivingi reality I If there could be devised a more etViiclive porpetual invitation to policyhuldtiplomatists and thecombatitivo iin stinct of soldiers looking for a 1 fight have not yet conceived itI Can he wonder that the conservative business men of the country who above all need stability unit security of their affairs want u President in the White House whose temperament training and character will enable them to go to sloop at night without fear of ink ing any morning and learning front startling headlines in tho news papers that tho President hits dis patched warships to Turkey Morocco Voneuela China or whoro not on insufficient information or with iimpossible llOlllnllliHor has been cabling buncombe mites sages that he wants Pord leans alive or Raisuli doutIor ordering some of our neighbors toUnot do con tly ami pay their loots My faith in the intelligence tho common eonse und the conscience yreattocommission for four years in his own name to the chance pilot who is now heading tho ship of state to ward the rocks upon which other republics have boon wrecked tolerated usurpations by the Ex ecutive warlike advnntures f r gain and glory contempt for law privileged classes sustained by election bribes corruption in high places and extravagant expendi tures from unjust taxes Honor and prudence alike require a change of pilots and a return to the chart of the Constitution to tho rulo of law and tho flag of a ponceloving republic CiiAiaKB A EmvAHDfl Shako Into Your Shoos AHonB FootEase It cures pain 8Vontingfcot f by all drug giati and shoo stores y Dont ncceptany substitute Sam plo froo Address A S Olrastjcd LoRoyNY joirr ti I JAJr- odv b t ir L THE HERALD SPENOER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Aug 25 1901 DEMOCRATIC TICKET Moll IUKSIDKNT ALTON BROOKS PARKER or NKW vouic- IOK VHK rllKSIIIKNT HENRY C DAVIS OH WKST VlimtNIA Toil UONOKKSS 10th IUHTKICT HON FRANK A HOPKINS I OH Hiovn coirvrv ANNOUNCEMKNTSI Ion COUNTY JUIHIH We arc authorized to anCENTER I 11 Center an a candidato for ltidgcof tho Volfo County Court I subject to tits action of tho Democratic I primary Novemlnrr 12 HIOIeKOIl JAIIlmII t We nro authorized to anPERDUE I iiinincu Uf W IMCKDUK I of Lane an a candidate for tho ollico of j taller of Wolfo County subject to the I action of tho Democraticl party IFOIl COUNTY riKUK lAANflfl We are authorized to 1111II OUAIIUUi nniiNcu W Ur Swango urII Valeria as ucandidato for County Court Cltirk of Wolfo county subject to Dem I ocratic primary Nut I12 IMUM FOK rorsrv ATTOHNKY I I ICC Pill lfQ Wu an authorized toI rULI Oii I nmiouncoU U FulkMI n+ n candidatu for roolcction to thlII I oflicc of County Attorney of Wolf county subject to Democratic primurv I 5111NovcutberI 1flu nek1 Campton lit n andidato for County Attorney of Wolfe J euunty subject to the Democratic priI mary November I12 IIH- roii I IIt ssrssou IIIJtltoII 1 IIUlltyhjte ber J12th AtIEM1I are authorized to mi lIt Allen of Le ityata candidate for Aiwcisor of Wolfo County Miliject to the DeiniKralic prit nary Novemher I12 I lIroll STATI MNATOU I W NEEIER11e mllIthllrhell to an SAMI UMKKII Kll IH a candidate fur State Senator toI represent this district subject to the Retina of tho Democratic party 11111 SIIIltUI1 I DAYNe urn authorized to nnnoiinco r A DAY nun candidate subjecttheI ti I COMBS Wo arts authorized to an I IHMIIIV A TI Vd MI nS hfI llllltrll1 a candidato fur riherifl of Niiliject to the action of the Democratic party Pith primary iloction fur Circuit Jiulgo in tho new judicial eisc trial compoHwl of MugoHm tloy and ICnott hold on Saturday luA rotjiiltoti in the nomination ofc 1 ill Imlgo Gtiirdnor the prflsollt incMiin boat by appoint inonl from tillII Jovornor IFrom information WI I had just prior to this primary ilII looked vary much as if IHon David1 Sublutl would win thu prizo ht but tho withdrawal of 1 Kloyd coot tys candidato in favor of CJiird nor changed tho aspect ofnf fairs and tho result an abovo note 11twill it is nono of our put but from tl timo tho district wa mado IICII cording to tho information wo have it lookn vory much its if Mr1 iMthlott hUH boon traitorously truutud That thorn was an agroe mont whon tho district wan llrst created that Hon David Sublotthis should rocuivu tho appointmont is said to ho an undiHputod factt Air Gardner howovor got tho up pointmont and thnt it holpod him J to secure tho nomination Is plain to bo soon HiltIll the latnontu- lotvoll C was wont to say Politics is hell tIto Diorn Reed wifo gf Grant Roodl t olorodof Nooln died Tuosdu morning of consumption after j lingering illness of several month- BKra o TO31 iA tboitsKind You Hate Atwals Beu- 181gutnre lIdfat y i THK announcement of G T Center of Stillwator apponra iin our issue today Ho is nn aspirant for this office of Oounty Judgo an office which he filled to tho satin faction of the people generally from January 1808 to tho first Monday in January 1002 llurin his incumbency ho made many notaIbloacross Rod River one at Lou City ono at Coxn Mill WWII ono at Sprawling Ho mado AO many andl such groat improvements in tho dcountys tho mention of them in dotnil nor is it necessary for the people know and appreciate thorn Hut with all the improvements he kop tnxos at a lower rate than any Judge who preceded or auccoidcd1 him as fur an the records show And upon tthis record ho is null again asking for tho ollico believ ing that in a second term ho cnn do as wollor hotter than ho did before To prove his record ho requests that all the taxpayers ro for to their tax receipts Dud nill signedl by A T Combs Sheriff will verify thu statements ho has hero made He holiovos that till proper way to earn fur the inligen- pour is to place thorn in tho hand of their friends told abolish tho poor house This insures their comfort and in tho Christian spirit in which to dual with thorn Thist was the policy IIf pursued before 1 ho thinks it tho bettor way of course submits his claims to tho Democratic primaryu n itII decision Tlrod Mothers It hard work to tnkc ears of children nntl soak xweip tyn hMrs and niiiul lit + l liM Tlrcil mothers hnulil tnktt Hoods Surniii rlllIt refreshes HIM Mood Improves the nji potlto ARBUTUS restful HUI I fttxuru the heading ot announce toetof W II Dullof Campion who is a candidato for tho ollico of County IiAlGrnuyollico is ono that should bo lillodI 0hwith tho laws of tho county ill commonwealth and wo doubt any man has ever offered for the position in this county who is more experienced than II Hud Uutlt ho iit known by his friends He1 f has boon n magistrate for I12 yours was a number of tho Wolfo hiaur Court during iho torso of IISlliI IISU7 cull I Iwhen the expen of tho county was onlyl oO centstI lldO In fact ho I Sotcalled tho watch dog of the Wolfo county treasury as ho is altt a in till light for the economical penditure of Ibis peoples money cud bcsido ell this ho is a sober man I Ior over live years past 1 he 1has liyuottr Naturally the people like a man who looks to their interests and ho being that kindofi a man ho bo a hard one to defeat for till Hlllaltotothing can bo and once nominated ho could not bo defeated for tho i ollico With those preliminary roo marks wo loavo him in tho hen I Inp I of thc Democratic party fully convinced that till voters will givo claims duo consideration I j Puts an End to it All A grievous wail of times cnnHSI as a result of unbearable pain from over taxed organs Dizziness Hackacho Livor Complaint mii rclI Kings Now Lift Pills they put nnE end to it all They are gentle hut Jugh Try thom Only Loc Guaranteed bynil druggists t htyStila1 t water an account of which ap spentad in TiiKllKiiAinat thptimo niglttbymanvornor had olVerod 150 reward Ii k Tho primary election held in I Monefeo lost Saturday to nominate Democratic candidates for the j vaii rious county offices resulted ua folji lows W II Craig Count Judge j jI Thomas L Caudoll County Attorney I John A Cope ShoritV R1 I F Pock Superintendent Schools jjI BillygHughes I ulldIlfI nominees and especially tho clerk who is only six votes to tho good Pock for Suporintuidont way only nominated by n majority of two Votes treat excitement pro vailed during the lily but no serious ttrouble resulted I Going to Worlds Fair 11111tgoodhutlvoon t Season tickets good untilI Decem i liar 15th IS0f11U sixtyday tickets f I1785 fifteenday tickets Ii Jij Desperate Fight With Moon shiners In a desporato light botwoon moonshiners and revenue men near I lthe lino between Hrcathitt und Magtillin at tho hood of LickingII river loliJ L McCoy deputy I collectorl was shot twine ono bull thtu I other in tho hack just bolow the shoulder blade though noithor wound is serious A moonshine still containing a thousand gallons of hour with all the fixtures WlSii destroyed Col McCoyI loft JacksonJ on tho morning of August pith in com pany with Sherman Copo und Jlonry Frooman of Jackson as lpoHsemon They had information I that a moonshine distillery wusII lining operated near tho Hroathitt cud Magoflin lino on the head of tho Middle hark of Licking river nod thug proceeded directly to Ihn t point Reachingi tho foot of thoIII hill on lthis side they dismounted t tool leaving their horses thorn proceeded by foot to tho point whoro thodistillory was being oper toed Tho way was very rough and iit was with difficulty thnt they found11cud tho proper locution They reached the drain below the still and nom ing up thus found it surrounded 11 throe sides I by stoop mountains but there was no one thorn tho hllinJheardthemselves on tho sides of tho mountain armed and ready for a fight toCol McCoy is a fearless officer and the men who accompanied him wore of like material Tho surroundingsi showed fresh signs of life Dud it was evident that tho theyyproceeded to destroy tho still and to pour tho many barrels of hour out on the frHllJcl They hue scarcelyI begun their work when a I thohilldiAM t juncture McCoy hohudI stooped to pick it up the second shut was fired striking him as shown stated tho charge coming from a shotgun 1ossonuin Kroomnn with a good I Colts 45I rushed up tho hill from whence the shots caino which was almost precipitous gotcloso to tho 1 of ambushand moona gun covering tho distillery whore Cope was do straying tho formon I ux1JUmunOtldroppedd rusllldhuckJ Col McCoy and his mon showed grant bravery and jjudgment in tho theyescapedand while they did not eucccfld in capturing tho moonshiners they I distillory thoir horses and returned to Jack l 80nsPenaltyA results inis paid tho death penalty It is wit to have Bucklons Arnica Snly oyor handy Its tho best salvo fntnlitywhonPiles threaten Only giio It nl1l druggiststNI f 1vc DellaONLYr to spare send IIlls k G 1rI6j O N E Aqraum T DOLLAR Boo Soo letBANDING BY MAILSentrtl 0sr cationD rtint liotwccn tho b trlcHcaMden InterPresldcDtcompounde LEO J VAN UHR SEe l I S I Vice PrcaldcatlChnmber of Commerce Uldjf Cincinnati o J mighthepursuaMaryof inonoy and atluntioiiH which were compromising Another sort of follow mado her his idem He twcon tho two she has a picture quo career in MraI Francis Will ing Whartons complete Hove liTho Deep Waters of tho Proud Lippincott1ingnzine STATI OF Unio CITY or Touno ss Lees COUNTY Frank JChonoymakoa oath the ho is senior partner of tin firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in tho City of Tolodo county an Stato aftrosaid and that said lire will pay the sum of ONK IHNDHKDII noLLAitri for ouch and every case oft Catarrh that cannot ho cured Ii tho UHO of Hulls Catarrh ours FRANK J1 CHUNKY Sworn to before mo and sub scribed in my presence this lOthI dny of DwcuiniiMr A 1D I1SSO 1 1A W GlKAHON SKAI Noto Public Malls Catarrh Cure is taken it- t 1 rnully and acts directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces of tit system Send for testimonials free F11 CIIINFv Co Utko Halls Family Pills for constipa tinei J IIARLAN SIAJIJmeaDenlNt mill Opllrlun HAXKI Or KKV Kv OtlrrN his xcrvif to Ute iitniilo IIf Volfi adjoining counties iolil fillings liridge crotvu work lire specialties IMyes ex amined aunt glasses seieiilifieally uIJuat R IU GOOD 1JAKINCJ hobnktsrstt beefrom t lIrkillBEST PATENT OR- MOUNTAIN LILLY Will not disappoint you round i water power on a splendidly equipped Roller Mill using none lint the best 1grain they please the must particular MansfieldsFlourI R C Mansfield Son ROSSLYX KKNITCKY It IIANS Tabules Doctors find A Good proscription mankindTheI h OCcnHillllKCOlitulllllthem year driiKKlsts N ell BLUEGRASS NURSERIES SPHINCr 10O4 lYlltFES u UY1llli 11 ljjlU Y FKUITAND OUXAMKNTAL H U B GKAIfi VINES ASlJ HAn US IU1 UIJ A KB SAndyOUOHAHD GARDEe icen toHQ ICYI6n 1 rrtTTL j Y OURNOTEIlEADHEnYtlolel le Il prlnteaRtUEUALPofflCB RallWi11SEffect May 22 1904 WEST HOUND N ulUnity ex R BTATIONS- Un4hIy Datot iII suld 1 AMI ArrpUdtrt S 11011 0 t2S7 W um 20 ElenttyvcJr 211 adH I PIy 17IIII Clllr City 1624 I 89pa rtO 1l tun 91 = It Xingtnn JH 6 05 EAST BOUND IINil fIIlallyaotSundrySundqI PM Lve I 25 0hexiugtenAMLTii yt qJ12aliI913 II4 lilt pro hI 4 33 OZJigNut IIoJ1008i I li 1 11 Il IIIIiOjlIcllltcJt 011029111 111 2d IIU 11 J4 U 30 am orCatutel1 tncky Hiiilwuy Division doily except 8u dayNnx JoadlaaUMtSterllifI I cud Jnotine local points I edit ntgtrCflA3 Sunday ix 0 Be K BRANCH KAST IIOlND othuailyI u Sundaya 3 Suidij a 10 0 Juvkson1 7 1120 rdI 85 Ii Olliltuutluu 122 1126 I 17 II Wllhurxt 1 IW 13 Hamilton WjlU2 1111222liI i I WKST HOUND u4 isi TN02i Daily tx STACioNS Udly t- bultny Sunday I III AM IVK j P 7 lfi J7 Canntl City 0 105 71t IIlcleelutun ti 123 7 fiO II1 Lot City 11 128 8 to 111 Hamplon 11 152 H tU 10 Williurdt Id 158 SIM t OAK Junction 21 23- 0IIOl lIluuktIlIlii 2 SS NOH Jl and il will make close connfttiof at O k K 1 MunitionI with NON 1 nnd 4 fof RaIJoyWIII J Supcrlntendeal WORLDS FAIR SHORT LINE II Soutnern Railw8 1 SHORTESTiFastestBest to the Worlds Fair Only linn operating SOLID TIUIV3 Irom Lcxii ton to HI bull without Incofl vcniunce of eliiuiKu tit ear+ Look at tthe Sfhcdnlis DAYLIGHT TRIP St Unis KxpoMlion 1lmlteILeave LfxiiiKton I nJ- Liavi 11I1IjillcIf a rut diW Arrive St Louis 15I tlltndSolid train of Inllinaii SUcptrr ard Dinini Car meal Nerved A a CadO uiiil Day ConchfM iii rough from LeilnglW to St Louis without ehanje NIGHT TRIP WorldVl Fair Flyer JLeavifI l J Arrive St LouisI 732Bro wildI train of Pullman Slfeper Dal Cad hahIrolll foll All train woke close connection alD Station St Loiiln with Vabnh ilDrbr thelIenlccWorlds Fair LuHOIIIIIII inulon as followti 1240 good returning tutees days II 15th1tJ65elmlIlKrtOfi Jf UCoachtin 111 For inforinntion call on or write H C KINO Ticket Agent 89 East JIuin Street LexlngtoD St T W CHEWS Traveling Pans Agent 89 Knit Maui Street Lexington Ky C H IIUNGEHFOHD D P A 294 Fourth Avenue Loulalllle lr 0 lh ALLEN AO P A St Louts Mo Y It r t