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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r o 1 HEo HAZI3I4IRI3EN i llflRALtXv4 M Established March 41885 Mado Famous In the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORll 0 cTWENTIETH YEAR HAZEL GREEN R WOLFEp COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 1 1004 NUMBER 6 r 1 paocrThe Odesry Most Popular Most YearpWASH MILLER CashierWJ W POYNTER Asst Cashier ij1 1r AII i i itWINCHESTER KY PAID UP OAPrlAL 1Imn 000 00 JAMES B CECIL Successor to Cecil Bros is now receiving a uw stock of r1i r M tW hI JJJaiStlJtiQtJ I i and will carry n lino of Fruits Vegetables c In fact everything tiually kupt in n firstclass grocery storo He is also ropiotor of tho r GOrrt tJttG15 XSflSy thee traveling Ilion wi llI botrotted in n homelike manner and in hw- WlSaGfiTritT nn1 vohicloB will rej norSOHr S Z WAftJ d coivo tho beHt attention Jtfullnd will f1nko to order any thug in that Em Iatp robes dustorF in etock and every thing sold nt a closl- maruin buggy whIps c will be kept ofrefit rATE COLLEGE1 ofiI KENTUCKY Lexington Kentucky Agricultural nnd Morlmnical State nllre111 Knttirky olJir the fulI- DltbK 1oIIhe chlIliod hiIooildurses of study viiz AjruMillnniJ hnllIIlIIrlll ngurringrl rtnrllllnl phIal IIrlllnlsehuul rhl+ + t1I1 uIrrhHlerlt iiitIiI SItIIlII trI Idull uMpnceniig civil uiiuiuivriniI mimnK iimnnirmr lemlliiKtlldieiaronlsoprovidtIfourIand lead to a degree lst Krailuul t to a muter degree Each course of ntmly is orgnniw Him er ijnmrueiiciThe eeneral faculty number nenrly rtfiy Iwfetliors lut1 n rt fuel nud light- TI1 County appointee receive tuition room rout ill ciurunmni Wif i 0 niullaVoratoriesi i ernThe onto home for yottlgtrnnlon 0000 for a j eoillllltllroi hall Mind gynnasiiun for met 1Muth buihdiegs are required rnolpleted lIyI proviUti ior IIifullyJJnuse Military tactic aiuUcieneo lire xluJlrllt pnithnusfindraduates from the ncvorul COllm1 of ltnll yJ of the ability uf tillW liberal reniunerMtion Tlo tloinanl is excess Wg I te to I ilgi the matriculation was jtO supply year hnl charge of eachj fcI I f eiiKinJaentofin science of collegetitle11 eaStatelolloo I hitherto int iytteoalylltcilitie forProvidesThe completion d the college home for rouIIgOllllm cOIIonlcucI l nllul1ill i I I bygloomsi InPPertunity if thus nOilrtcdl to them of U thorough tletapli education lIicfl Ilhetorynntl ten rlasitw cducnJul rcgnrdinBJJofntudy nail terms of ndm ItsJAIIapply to N JhI D 1414 tjr to D o FIIAXEE Business ABcnt I xington Ky Ill Term Begins September 5th 1904j Kl t 1t Wo soliiit your banking busi niss aiul promise you prompt and careful service every attention and accommodation consistent with cor rect banking principles DIRECTORS ill miLLER S UI WILLIS T R PRILLIPS W B WILLS a D Simpson1 I 3 R BUr KWALCC1- A I MmPTOn rrr h 1 TM Wofles1er Bank VINCI1II EtiTEIt KY J + X IIIWiTiliiUKioov ImudentI ti Pal I ip Ciipitui i iiiiiooonn T itSuraIII i 130011000 iiiiiiiUiiin ii Miit or v g1Fr i t t la11101111111 C wwTliU hunk MillciU the BOPounU of w + iiiirehnul 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Miiiiiwlillf Ihr ollur iloth sueend- Into the realm of light MI e TYIKM IHinptoM Iy V ASH ING TN NOTES VAHHIMJTUX August HO The strange triiiiHforiiintiont thttt luis tukiMi pliui in MrI Knonevclt within till pawl frv months his conversion from tin IScrcn hussar hfHwordtnl and lioHpurrt soakingt thu huhhlu reputation uvun nl tintI cnnnnnH mouth into tho stunkI nuts poncoloving civilian wrappedII in gtiitli Hilonic in gumtrally andI disntHpoctfully ngardud as u IIHMY political dodge It iH assumedI that wholly for tho purpose of got inn votes ho in making a lulntcdI effort to live down his violent past HIM conduct continuotf to ho ai favorite topic of convocation andI discussion More in thin National Capital wlwr vor politicntiH of oi thur party do cougregnto Thin assumption that Roosovolt may bo doing this repression act fur oiTcct may lu doing a cruelI in justice to an awakened and repent I nut man Goaded by a HOIIHO of wrong thoroforo Mr itoouvvult may oro long hurst into indignant Bpooch and explain that ho WIIH in reality tho quiet inollVmnvo and modestly retiring portion wo now Ituhold und that the othor KOOHU volt with whom the world had grown familiar wau the creation of Loch his Hocrotury Hinco ho bo came Governor of New York and who scorns to bo IUH evil geniiiH in every WR- YJlirough the maloMc influence of Looh tin may toll us how hu wn fired with warlike ambition It WIIH Loeb who induced him toi charge up San Juno Hill and shout a craven and floeing Spaniard in tho hack It was Loob who im pelledI him to make a khaki cam paign for the Governorship of Now York It was Loob who prompted him to instruct Admiral Dowuy in navalI matters to iinsultI Admirali Schley to rotiro General MiluHi after a lifulimo of military servicei without a word of thanks and toi flood tho country with photographs i of Theodore Hocuwvol I III IllS Hough Uidor uniform j Thoodoro Uooso colon fringed buckskin ripe in hand with his moccaninod foot on a loud boar j hutigrnhs of Theo turn RooKovolt cowboy on hisi f pone with pistols and lariat ell complete It waH Louhw hu hyp notiKfd him into delivering anti i tnifct npeochoH which eventuated in no iidofiil action hut lies had the distressing effect of repelling trust chucks from the campaign fund It vies L ub who incited him to tlioso early addroofloH favor ing turin reform which in hum bleiifss of spirit ho hay since re cant d Jt WJIH Loob who gave himI i tho Iig stick which ho shook tItho SpanishAmorieaj republics and in thin face of tho rust of tho world leaving the United States not a single friend south of tho i puthimI I ing hundreds of orations on purity i in politics and high minded hon I osty in office and fit tho samo limo t to do businosfl right along with Quay and Addicks and Platt or i any other boss with a machine I It was Loob who had till limitless effrontery to supply him with tho phrase Wordn are good whon backed by diodH and only 80 It wan both who caused him to whoop about laving all the departments Ins clean as a hounds tooth and thou to bring the investigation of tll1 Insl Oilico to alamo and im potent conclusion It was Loob who induced him to steal Panama front Columbia when a hotter routs for tho iintorocuaniu canal could have Iwoll honofltly obtained It wan Loib who instigated him tt nrmyitI generalnhip over the hcada of hun divdsI ol fducnted ollicors whoso lives hud been spent in thosorvice It wns Loeb who injiotid into his ydownment of tho children but at groat COlt to the taxpayer IIt waa Loob who night stall day whispered into his enl tilt notion that it would charm till American pnoplo to have thoir proHidont model himaolf on Germanys imperialj War Lord It was Locb who con nrnllt I him tto sulmtitulo pxwutivo ordora for Intvs of ConniMSH It WitS Loch who N1ucialtruiuHcorporation and to refuso an Aniirioun flag front a Boston girl on tho ground that it would boun becoming in tthe President to nc cept uifts It was LiHib who filled him with an arrogance+ which did not slop short of lecturing venor able Senators as if hey wore gnurant and naughty schoolboys It was Loeb who inspired him to hoc tor and but 1110 and praise and ox hurt as if all wisdom and virtue wore concentrated in ono person i until tho country grow tired very tiredof strenuosity and egotism and swagger and longed for a rest from Thoodoro lItuos volt If the Prosiden shall offer IUH follow citizens this explanation of why ho has looped tho loop front what ho wits to what ho now wiflliof i them to think himthu silent thoughtful and discreet statesman ho willof course rovual by what means he has rescued him self from tho natanic artu of Loch iand reduced that matchless Mo phistopholfH to Isis proper nliicoiiH ia simple sotrotary Awl it is to bo taken for granted also that Mr Roosevelt will ondoavor to give tsalinfactury atsurancua that in thin iunlikely ovont of his election ho roHumpliotbyover tho Presidential mind and conduct Perhaps tho bost guaranty Mr Koosovvlt could furnish that if i accorded four years moro in tho looptheagain his former self would bo to discharge LOOK ur put him to death I shelved to live and servo ias secretary his sorcery might pro vail and draw from thoir rutiru i imont tho khaki uniform time sword iand the big stick Krnod for tho limo being from the malign enchantment of Loob 11 r Roosovolt is apparently asham ed of his past but it is wall under stood by physicians that ono why liras been bewitched is always in danger of falling again iimiur the spell On tho whole theroforo iit will ho safer and kinder to roturllIMr Roosovolt to privato lifo Tlio White IIouso is not good for him It affects tho hondo- CJJAltIr8 A KMVAHDH Fearful Odds Against Him Uodriddon alone and destitute Such in brief wan the condition of an old soldier by name of J 1 yoaraIIlIease land neither doctors nor med a longthhIputhimnow ho testifies Im on tho road to complete recovery Host on Kidneytrouhios 000Guaranteed j ff I 1 t r f f J THE HERALD SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Sept 1 1004 DEMOCRATIC TICKET you jjJtt IIIIYT I ALTON BROOKS PARKER or NKV VOIIK rem WP rnhtiln ST HENRY C DAVIS or WIST VIKUIMA roil coNouiiss iniii IUSTKIUT HON FRANK A HOPKINS 01 riOYI f1O1NT- YANNUINCEMENfS roil rotNTY JUIMJK anlhnrieil to nn 111ITER11lru1 i ter nn a cnnilidnto for J1udgeof tin Aolfo County Court t subject to the anion of tho Deniotr tlc ininmry Nuvemher JIIOIIrou JAM Hit nru authorized to nit PERnUEWI nJ W IHltDUK of ILILlie HI a cimdidiitu for the olliee ufI miler of Wolfe aunty Mihject to Ole i arlion of tliu Democrntic parly suit 101 STY ciilltic I are authorized to All iGOIVsSWAP i W W SWIIIIKII of Valeria as acainlidHtn for County Court I Clurk of Wolfe county subject to Dsin i aerobe primary Soy I IKMI Foe ulIS t1ImltCltl i OTAMnrn arcaiitlinriid tonn ulnlYirLni iiniiiu irtTiibirry Stam per of Cainpton a9 a cainlidiitc for I toiI I I Till authorized Ito CP iVQIVureI C C TalksI at n candidate for reelcition to the f J Jotfco ofoanty ALturneyof Wolfe C county subject to Deinotratiu priniury l November IIJtli HlIII II Wuimuiilhnrired to announceDUFF i W It Dull of Coin ptou sIIH a- nindidati1I fr Conntv Attorney of Wolfe county subject tto the Demoiratic pri I InulryNovember I12 lullI I sonIJUIII 1111ItII iMHiliiluli for Asoi + +or of Wolto ionnty subject to DeiiioiTiitii priiiiarv Novem her ILh I mn authorized to an ALlEtltfJ n H AllenI of Leu City an u cnndiilatt for AsMe nor of Wolfe County Mthjiet to the Deinucralic pri j mary November I1J IiOII j Full STATIC SCNATOIt WI are amtheri red to anWHEELER I pounce AJI WHKKL KR Mil candidate for State Senator to represent thN dintriet subject to tho uction of the Democratic party roe SIIKItlll J o nnnauncDAYi o ii for Sheritr of Wolfn Coiintv subject to the action of the Democratic party W are authorized to anCOMBS I nounco A T CJMI of C mntonan it candidato for Sherill of Wolfe County subject to the action of tho Democratic party I AshltutdIpublished IIIn tho Shiulowa of the Cumborlmul by Fred W Powers Tho bockI8 ono that doulH with lifo in IKnstorn Kentucky moro os partFanti tho author boing a native to tho maser born clothes many facts pertaining to feuds in vory fascinating fiction Mr Iowora in f n young man but very thoroughly imbued with tho subjocta upon tfhich ho writes and oithor tho magnetism of tho man or the fas I COtlIt Ihnt thoro is pathos also may h judged by this 80ntonco Hut out of it all there rises tho sweat and ogrnoet fnco of mothor kindly patient and fondn face I dearly lovo Every reader in this soc tion should road tho story anti you may learn all particulars as to prico etc by addressing Tho In dopondent Ashland Ky oAs o1 = ia Bun theiho Kind YOU Mara AllMrS Bought Signature of E2lG 1- WANTEDA i woman to cook I wash and iron for family of three no children A good homo and the best wages Auply at this office Iv 1 i Y THE announcement of Green berryt- Stampor tf Camptun who is an aspirant for the office of County Attorney appears in our paper today Ho is a young man who is selfmade He taught echool when only 15 years of ago and was a toacher in Campton High School for years Ho has toon a practicing attorney for 1H years and for ono of his experience is one of the boH criminal in Eastern Kentucky lnwyersII never asked for an ofHco beforoII though in every campaign ho has hoer n worker for tin success of the Democratic ticket a ticket I that ho votes from eond to olldIi never scratches under anycircum stances That ho is ominontly pialiHodi for the position is so patent that mill know it and tho office being ono of importance it ahould bo filed by ono who cup ap pealI to juries as well as prusont the law Ho can do both and do them so well that should hI IIw nomi tinted 11I1IIIhdd to tho position wo predict that he will fill it to the entire satisfaction of the party jand till poop Ho submits his claim to tho primary November I1L and will abide its resultJS he is a young man of more than tordinary ability ho is destined within the next decade to make a name of which ho and hip friends may well fool proud and wo believe that he will bo trusted with fairness in that primary Loss of VltnlltyI IU lost of tlir iIrilliljoor lib inn 14i rnrly in illrnlcil lIlf fnlllnu nppftlle and illnilnliihliii Mtrcntrtli imil Ilnlnrmnc Iloodo Snr iipnrllln Iin till irnHtiKt vltuli7fr it nott on till tliu organs anil hands tii tliu wliolv xystutn Death of an Estimable Woman The ninny ffriends of Aunt Jeor goanna Amyx as she was lovingly called by a host of friends will regret to read tthe announcement of her death the first intimation of which canto to us in tho following which reached us on Saturday night last Tin HKUAII sympa thizes with the sorrowing ones and consoles thorn by pointing to ChristMrs I Georgoanna Amyx who died at 1 li o clock August 21I 1101at her homo in Amsterdam MissouriI will take placo at the Christian Church Parker Kansas August m HlOIlitt 15 oclock p m Services by Doaconoss Sue Mitchell and Rev Morison Nickoll Burial in Parker Comotory Sho was formerly n resident of Kentucky being tho mothor of Mrs S S Combs of Campton Sho was time wife of Joseph H Amyx who lived on Red River and died in January 18555 Our by one they mire gathering home oAeTonxaBean theThe Kind You Hare Always Bought Blguure S 141of WZfV3r 5k 2 h New Laws The acts of tho Legislature sos eion of IJMjl just issued contain many now laws of general interest beiugthoProviding for a uniform system of text books- Requiring voters in towns of the registerRepealing ox omption law which exempts tho wagoa of persona not exceeding 50 a month from attachment or garnishee for debt lExtending the terns of the common school from 5 to l months givefiveof his creditors before disposing of bulkoMaking itn felony of ono to live yours to steal F iworth of chickens Submitting to the voters the question of whether or not they will abolish the socrot ballot This regularNevonlbor Reducing the number of trustees of n graded school from six to live Prohibiting the shooting of rabbits and squirrels between tho fif teenth tiny of September aunt tho fifteenth day of November Defining vagrancy and fixing tho punishment at a fine of 10 or im pnsonmont for thirty days for tho first otVonso for tho second offense and all subsequent offenses sixty days imprisonment persons con victed boing required to work at hard labor until fluo and costs aro I atiifled Vagrants are declared to bo able bodied males with no trade calling or profession and no visible means of support who habitually loiter or ramble j able bodied males who fail or refuse to labor for tho support of his family i ablobwdird males who purposely desert their wives and children j any ablebodied male or ffoniale who habitually loiters shout the streets or places of any village or town Any court has jurisdiction to try vagrants Placing national banks on the I same footing as State banks in the i matter of taxation Creating the oflice of fish aura j game warden in ouch county and defining his duties Making it unlawful to sell whis ky by wholesale in local option districts Prohibiting this adulteration mixing or branding of orchard grass seed and other send Regulating the sale of fertilizer so that tho tag on each package shall show the name of tho manu factumr the iamo of fertilizer number of net pounds in each package Istilllulfd value per hun rIcnA Mowing town marshal in towns of sixth clnas to discharge the cluI ticri of constable in the mHgistwrial district in which the town is lo cated Making it unlawful to buy sell or exposw for sale wild turkeys pheasants grouse partridge or jiiiil kith J within the State Making it unlawful to drive a horse hired from a Iliverymani a greater distance or for a longer1 timo than that for which the horse is hired and requiring liverymen1 to keep a rigistrr showing to whom ovory vohiclo iis hired tho ti moo to I bo used distanco to l le traveled nod tho exact hour of tho dayor night such vehicle iis delivered to the person hiring it Tho fine isl a to foil or imprisonment for thirtyi la5or both Changing the ti too of property for taxation nssnssingII tout her 1 Ilo September 15 Making it a lino of 5 to 150 to I lodge for record any Iced mort gage or other by law to bo record ed without disclosing tho immedi ate source from which tho grantor derived title If the source or title ho n deedor other writing tho dod otlerod for record shall rofor to the former deod and give tho ollice book and page whoro re corded and tho late thereof iif dated This law moans that all deeds must be recorded whother tho owner wantst it recorded or not and if you have a deed in your pos session that has not been recorded you had botter have it put on rec ord without delay Two hundred illustrations all on coated paper in a single num her registori highwater mark in magazine illustration In addition to this twoutyfivo articles coyer ing almost every phase and salient point of tho Worlds Fair taut mill this in the most perfect form of magazine art every photo engrnv ing roongravod by noted artist engravers i the paper and pros work of tho lmstall for ton cents In iits September issue devoted ejI tiroly to the Worlds Fair Tho Cosmopolitan hits excelled its famous Chicago issue which after editioni was nearly exhausted sold for one dollar a copy I A Worker for the Master A A Higgins of Stanford a graduate of Centre College Dan villo and a student in tho Prosby torian Seminary at Lonisuillo spent two months hero in tho in torost of tho church and loft yesterday for his homo Ho organized a prayer meeting hero and night sorvico every Sunday heldII preached on Gillmore several times I and held a morning service at Daysboro each Sunday At tl o organizedlnion a scholars In fact during tho tin e ho spout hero ho was an earnest worker in tilt cause of Christ and gave every evidence that in tans to como ho will bo numbered with tho foremost of tho Masters servants by virtue of his untiring earnest work His course in the Seminary will require throe years study after which ho willenter upon his chosen palling raid that ho will do valient sorvico in the vineyard of uiu Master is the pro motIhimit be I I i0I I Commissioners Sale Wolfe Circuit Court Kentucky 0J T DAY IlHintiffA- UAIXST I T F STAMPER Adrar c Defendant liy virtue of a judgment und order of sale of the Wolfe Circuit Court rendered at the April ItrllllII04 in the above CHUM fur the KUIII of gHUOU with interest at the rate of six per cent per annum fnna time sliiv of April ISM until paid and StiOUO cot her iu 1 shall pro rr1i I i iii r lii MIC nt te r till ii mr r iii t iiiijUii tll tin Ji iiftt hllr Itt public iinrtiuii on tin IHh JMY OF SKlTKMIKl1 15MM Circuit Court day upon a credit of MX months the follow lug dwcribed property towit A cer will house and town lot in the town of Hail firoen l JantI detcrihcd as fol low towit Ilil rilling on a set atone on Mrw Mollie hrt nibs line thence with her lint X 11 E 1 JI1 polw to I let 4lone on the Stull Street thence with I said street H 01 I1C oj1 poles to a stake- S 10 1Jo 10 a5 10 poltH to a set saute corner to VV T Caskoys ftablo lot III thoneft with his line S 511 W a ph and 10 feet to u stone S 10 E 82 feet to a Mt stone on College Avenue i with its line S lIi 1V 10 pole andthenceII ton set stone a corner to IrJIJ I thence with his line N 18 U Ifuj IlltlI to the beginning Or fiiilicient j to product the sums of money so ordered to he mulls lFor tin purchase l price the purchaser with approved surety or sfcnritit must execute hmid hearing lejjiil interest from day oflute until paid and havioi the flare aril Hied of a judgment bidders will he preparrd toI comply promptly with these term I C C 1 FlLKS- A S tmnisioner i P If HAIJLAN TUIlEIt r 4wut and upOrlw at1 i1ti J y- otters Iii iiviil I tit ptpleI1IItIi III l uiljnjninc Iliiittiirs t inlil lillin s bridge a11iIl emu u Murk are si iillies Dyes ex 111111 HIM niiil uliis i sciiiitilically 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WORLDS FAIR SNORT LINE SoutnerQ RaiIa 43 MILES THE SHORTEST FastestBest to the Worlds Fat Only line TB1IS operatlnfsOImtrain Into venicnce of change of CUM Look tu Schedules DAYLIGHT TRIP- St Louis Expedition Limited Leave 1ItuglonI IO a m 01 Leave LOIIIKllIcIOO a mdi Arrive St Louis JiSOpQd Solid train of Iullniiin Sleepers Sand Dining Car meals served A 1ra U and Day Coaches through from Lexis to St Louis without chunge NICHT TRIP Worlds Fair FlyrdatI oiSOpmjUWLtiive datIArrleSolid train of Iullinaa Sleeperi Da- Y J Couches and Free Ktclining Chair t n Irom Lexington to Sim Louis without cbaD P UDbStillionII service and Electric Curs direct to W Worlds Fair grounds Hound Trip Excursion Rates from W into as followb r40 good returning fiHeea laY 1383 good returning sixty days 1065 good returning until December Tickets will he on sale daily at the abut rates 870 good returning setcn day Coach KxcursSnu Conch Excursion tickets on sale on ptel dales For information call on or write HCKING 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