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Ill yIt HERALDettH 41885 Made Famous In the Story of Jonathan and His Q ti IIo oa neat by Ma1r Rell 0 dale1VENTIETI3 YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1004 NUMBER 8 d utyonttand EdlturThe Oldest Mostptrnor Popular MostP Widely Circulated seed Most QyMountains 50 Cents a Year PresidentWI a tiit JaWINCHESTER KY PAID UP CAPllALSIOOOOOOO n JAMES B CECIL Successor to Cecil Bros is now receiving n imf stock of I ri t r M t Iaa ii and willcarry a lino of Fruits Vegetables c In fact everything usually kept in a firstclass grocory store He is also ro Bator of tho J ftWWAfSDQ JGS3S hee traveling men will bo treated in a homelike manner and in his ISTfitlfillTfo A 1 horses and vehicles will ro M ISW = JSJUJ Dive the best attention He nleo hn9 ofiosE1j11rJend wIn make to order any thing in that loLap robes dustors buggy whips o will be kept in stock and everything sold at n close margin of pro- fitSTATECOLLEEOFF KENTUCKY Lexington Kentucky a The Agricultural and Mechnnirnli I tte ClIlItsI rat Kentucky offrll till fll cbciintctl lllIII g1cnlIWtlogcoursrs rillaltllrul burucntturlof study viz A IIlHIe- 1t nonuulschI clns IlI IIlIdllllllll 1I11ItrllI g IhYticnllthematlcul each mf which IxlllIll over cIiKiIlCcrill yearsand lends degree1ot graduate studiesnrealstprovidrd IendiOg J fiiPlllfVJi The general professors and n tfaculty number nearly fifty fuel and light- radlf dormitoriesCounty appointees receive tuition room rent in anilTboModern The Leglslaturo appropriated jOfOO for n college home for oun cmnqletetl women atd drill halt lnd ulsium for orco Muth huildimgs urn f30OOOor gym reqUIred by d Military tactics nndtlclcuee are fully provided fur liS wlIgrels Wraduate from the several iouraes ofstudy readily 111111 of excellent the ability pmsitiOns of theill excess lItbeml The domain m largely oO dcHfxctalutsi dau cnginentttoRpac Instruction ill science tiro title of collegehithertoThe State College of Kcntucky though bearing universitysense 1skeoaly institution in the CO11nonwealth doing In ally proper facilities forth The the colle for yoturg women provides including board andlodging It is equipped with tllllllldlrn convenience stenll1 and lighted by heated by trtrooms and roots for pbysicd culture It is t An Wortunity illi thus afforded to them of a thorough education innclaslcd ffi literature science mathematics logic wfflWg for eiWtli l Economy No other Institution in the State i of KentuckyClIllcjlooff the Stnteoffered by1i Women nt nil comparable to those luforml1tloD regarding Iror catalogues method of obtaining appointment oaeaof study and terms of ndmission npply tto viTEElSON Ib D LL D TAMES K Or to D Lexington Ky ISOQFan4 9 A H HAMPTON Cashier I J W POYNTER Asst Cashier I Jrc solicit your banking busi ness and promise you prompt and careful service every attention and accommodation consistent with cor rect banking principles W Tfle Wioes1er nannk I WINCHESTER KY 4 N II WiTiunisrooN President t to Intii tp cMitHi wionoooo 4 i t i snoooooo i I INUrIhIM t i IIfII I Ir This hnnk solicits I l I 1IKIlIlnch and olfers Its tnilntii rIIcrnevery foctlltynnd the mOlt liberal ito tennis within the limitsI of legitimate y I jj biinkiiiK loct2ly j lA t4444+ 444444444414444p- aY IIc = Time and again we have appealed to those ofour subscribers in arrcnra to come in and pay up Wo need money I to buy paper nnd ink and pay tho prin ter Came in and attend to this today SMOKERS ATTENTION I l 1f SIfOt You Pay 25 Cents for Any Pipo YOU PAY 25 CTS FOR THIS PIPEI I For the hiiine price you must liny for nn ordinary pipe you get u pipe which filters tine poUoii from the tobacco No tobacco heart Nothing to dinn t elegant until refitted easiest to clean iierfuctlon for kiiiokcrit Kplentillc construction 1011 IllIIJ 25 cents Agcnts wanted GtlCIIUIVr ClllCtttCAI CO inc Dcpt H203 Broadway Now York KILL THE COUCH I AND CURE THE LUNC8I WITH Dr Kings New Discovery I IFOO CONSUMPTION Price SOc SI00 Free Trial Surost end Quickest Ouro for 11- t Opttt tI THE IlEHAU and CourierJour nal only 100 n year J i Sj3 WASHINGTON NOTES WASHINGTON Soptombor 10 quostionn Southern problem from a aooialI standpoint and affects Northern business men as well as Southern planters and busjnoBs men I submit to the readers of this oorros pondence tho following interview with n thoroughly rolinblo and re sponsible gentleman Mr Robert M Moorman who for n number of years has boot Washington correspondent of tho leading Southern newspapers has just returned to this city aftor rat t absence of six months in tho South In an interview ho points out n re suIt of Kooseveltiam in that soc tion that has not boon generally coin uponTho which line been so aggravated by PresidentI Roosevelts actions presents an in dustrial as well as a social phnpo1t said Mr Moorman The industrial side of the question seems toI have boon overshadowed by President Roosevelts startling social equality ideas and woll nigh lost to view There is in tho South t labor question that in time iif Rooseveltism continues will be como a vital problem Indeed iit is now rapidly approaching a crisis Negroes arts refusing to work oven at good wages Why To bo exact there are two generalI reasons I First Roosoveltism Second The temporary pros countryPresident negro policy has made tho negro behove that ho in HO exalted that work iis thonegrinp i 1 IIginthui nro bettor than white folks now and wo wont work no more Tho man in tho White House is oitr friend tho groat United Status government is behind us Wo are snit It is very difficult to got field hands in tho South Cotton choppers and cottonpickers nro in demand and tho crops suffer much for lack of labor House servants grentostdifliollity good housowivoB anti flatwives of Washington also doubtless oxpori ence this trouhlo This too whon negroes loaf about in largo num hors without any visible means of support and rofuso work with scornA few wooks ago coming into Washington I shared n sent on tho train with a prosperous old gentle man from Mobile He had moved thoro from tho North Massachu setts I think Ho was on his way to tho 0 A It encampment Tho conversation turning to politics I was surprised whon ho remarked with vehemence Roosevelt has Unitedantesam in tho shipping business hut it is with tho greatest difficulty that I can got negroes to workon my boats although there are gangs of thorn lying around idlo A fow weeks ago ono of my boats full of passengers was delayed 24 hours gotlnhor1hoynow since Roosovolt is in tho White House The general prosperous condition of tlie country has givon tho negro a little money and tho negro littloIhaunted Many negrooss too havo moved North This has in pout accounted for tho scarcity of labor But RooBovoltism is tho root of a groat portion of the evil Tho social aspect of tho sago is bad enough but tho South can cope with that The Southerner nwnyfromforco him into a cotton Hold bo hind a mule It is the industrial question that is going to give as much if not moro trouble than tho social problemr The result Tho South right t jotA 5 I now is dependent solely you might say on negro labor If tho negroes refuse to work tho produc Lieu of crops will full off if aropst moneyifwilljbo less purchasers of goodsail ultimate and logical final reaction on Northern und Eastern mer chants If n littlo while of Roose volt ha assisted in producing pres out conditions what will four moro years of Roosovolt do What over hurts tho business interests of tho South hurts tho business iutor oats of tho North told East Tho importation of good white labor quiotiutluHtriousa gtt0etiaubutthing in tho South and its accotii s plishmont would take n long time Until thou what To show only ono instance of tho reckless extravagance of Rooso xpundingthevessels of the Navy for outings Jtinvestigated the matter of tho usiugthupatch borate that belong to the Navy I wont to till Navy Do I partment and inquired of tho i Chief Clerk for the information desired Ho said it was a dolicato matter and declined to furnish tho information except upon the authority of the Secretary I wont to the Secretarys office and had a r talk with Mr Nordhouse his pri vate secretary Air Nordhouso de IIognrdillg ous to Mortons oiitraiuw into oflico IIH Secretary of tho Navy Ho said that since July last Mr Morton hadl used tho Dolphin on ono oc casion and had given his chuck on the Chicago National Bunk for ono hundred and sixtyfive dollars and seventeen cents in payment there for Ho showed me tho chuck Ho said the Democratic Committee wouldnt publish tho fact that ho hud given tho chock but I assured him that it would I asked if Mr Roosovolt and others had given chocks when they used tho Dolphin and tho Sylph and desired to pnyif i tho law on tho subject but it was not oiled I mention this matter because it is important that it should bo known since if thoro woro no law allowing Mr Morton USi to use public property for private amusement or convenience thoro i would Room to bo none allowing his predecessors or tho President ito do no noel the foot that Mr Morton paid for tho uso of the i Dolphin proves that Mr Roosevelt should under tho law also have paid for tho list of tho Sylph and tho Dolphin on several occasions Also why should not tho records of tho Navy Department ho shown previous to Mortons ontry thoro DoptrtmontdidThe people may draw their own conclusionsCIIAIUKH A EDWAUDH OA lJlOXlJ4Bears the Ihe Kind You Hare Always Bwgtt Signature Yfof Two of Them Tho Jackson Hustler has this to say of two former citizens of Wolfo Among Dr Kashs patients is John Alclntosh a citizen of Perry county who is suffering from ul ceration of his eyes Ho is doing nicely undor treatment of Dr Kash A Jotter from Kelly Kash is overflowing with delight with tho big show at St j ouis Ho is greatly charmed with tho Ken tucky building Going to Worlds Fair If BO tnko tho Loxuigton and Eastern from Jackson and noto the rates below which aro good between Jackson and St Lou Season tickets good until Decem sixtydaytickets 1645a1 y I i it i 1 r- Ir Yf 1 THE HERALD SFEMOEI COOHSI Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Sept 22 1004 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOIl IKKfllUKNT I ALTON BROOKS PARKER OK NKW YORK FOR VIC1C JJtIitnEST HENRY G DAVIS OF WIMT VIRGINIA yon CONOKKSS 10th DIHTKICT HON FRANK A HOPKINS OK KLOYI COUNTY TUB Democratic candidates of this county who are now Booking nominaiiouB wo mean thoso of I course who have not already an I thatIi whon tho final battle is waged the brunt of the fight falls upon TIn HERALD and now support it with their announcements The sue cessful nominees will got much service from it for which it gets not a cent and it buh08vo8 every t man to do his duty in patronizing it now HO that in a measure it will receive some reward for tho free work it must givo as n party organ Every Movement Hurts When you have rheumatism Muscle AM stiff and sore and Joint are pnlnful lloodiI BamaparllU KOCH rlirht to the spot In thin tlllI r UIU neutralizes the acidity of tho blixxl and radically cure Accept no substitute TIIK attention of our Democratic readers is must respectfully cited t to tho Washington Notes which I appear in our papor ouch week In those notes they will find food fori thought which if digested Demo cratically will lend health to tho cause The author of those notes I is thoroughly postal in national i affairs and being on tho battle ground of tho opposing forces is I theIany one away from Washington III Poritfto thorn Hror Democrats 1 that they may profit you What is Life nohodyknowsunder strict law Abuse that law oven slightly pain results Irreg ular living moons derangement of the organs resulting in Constipa tion iloadacho or Liver trouble Dr Kings Now Lifo Pills quickly readjuets this Its gentle yot thorough Only 25c at till drug gists UNDER the heading of announce ments in our paper today appears i tho name of 0r Asbury who is I a candidate for the office of Jailer of Wolfe county Ollin8 ho is familiarly called by his friends line boon a voter in the Democratic ranks for about a decade but his enthusiasm for tho success of tho party dates back to years before ho attained his majority and in all that time tho party novor hadu more earnest or devoted devotee Since ho attained his majority ho has voted in ovary election and novor onco has ho scratched a ticket Personally wo do not know tho young man but front his friends and acquaintance of whom wo got our information ho is all and more than what wo say of him Ho was loft an orphan at the ton der ago of about eight years since which timo ho has had a struggle to maintain himself and socuro an education Should he bo success ful in securing tho nomination and election he will fill tho duties pertaining to the office in a antis factory way to himself and tho people of whom ho Books the place Shako Into Your Shoes painful foot Makes now shoes easy Sold by ell druggists and nhoo stores Dont ncccptnny substitute Sam edlLoj I 1 V u W G HALSEY is announced iin this issuo of our paper for tbo office of Jailer of Wolfe county subject to the action pf tho Domo cratic paimary Nov 12 Mr Hal soy is practically unknown to us personally but people who hove known him all his lifo toll us that he is honest sober industrious and last thpugh not least is a Democrat of the simon pure kind He never scratches a ticket or goes back on a friend Not only that but without money and without price ho goes into the fight where his friends are involved and works for them late and early Some of his friends aro so enthusiastic for him and the good work that he has done that they do not hesitate to say that tho man who heats him will carry tho keys of tho jail This will introduce him and tho Democratic party will treat him right Correction- C C Fulka requests us to say that the statement Change of Committee was a mistake as he meant to appoint two committee men instead of ono for each pre cinct Adams vs Roberts The contested election case of James P Adams Republican against James K Roberts Domo Brat iuvolving tho title to the of fice of Commonwealths Attorney in Leo Kstill Broathitt Mngoflin and Wolfo district was argued at Winchester Sept 12 before J Smith Hays Special Judge Fraud in Broathitt county is alleged by Adams Adams was represented by tho Hon James Scott of Frankfort and Roberts tho incumbent by oxCongressman J B White of Irvino Judge Hays reserved his decision Jackson News h A Boys Wild Rido For Life With family around expecting him to die nod n sou riding for life 18 miles to got Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds W IL Brown of Liosville hidendured deaths agonies from asthma i but this wonderful modicum gave instant relief and soon cured him Ho writes I now sleep soundly every night Like marvelous cures of ConsumptionPneumonia Bron chitis Coughs Colds and Grip prove its matchless merit for all Throat and Lung troubles Guaranteed bottles 50c nndJ 100 Trial bottles free at all druggists The Reason Ho Left A friend of Mrs W R Day writing to tho CourierJournal from Winchester says That Mrs Day denies the published state policef hor husbands absence from home and had asked that ho bo diligent ly searched for Mrs Day declare- such n thing was never thought of by liar She says that her hus punishedforenough behind to 1pay his indebt edness She states that on ac count of failing health Mr Day felt unable to undergo tho worry Jackson HustlorIBouquets for the BlueGrass On Wednesday of last week the byI250 citizens of Lexington headedI by Thomas A Combs who is alsoI a native of Broathitt county 1h I Hustler besides giving a column of its space in honoring tho visit theimountain metropolis is overflow ing with happy thoughts of theI event as witness the following pithy paragraphs Tho man who made tho burgooI understood his business Our bluegrass brothers showed keen appetites as well as warn hqarts Wednesday enjoyedthoirthan did tho mountaineers Tho bluegrass and ponvino clasped hands Wednesday no over a bloody but n burgoo chasm Lot dayEyery s appear at our door they will find tho same old latch String hanging yankboysyoulcellikeV tlI 1- A To the Voters of Wolfo County I am a candidate for Assessor of your county Thanking you for your support in the lost race I again solicit it this time and will be grateful for all you may do for me Yours for Democratic me ROSEIStillwater Ky WANTED FIFTY MEN AND WOMEN To Take Advantage of Special Offer Made by J Taylor Day J Taylor Day the enterprising druggist is advertising today for fifty men und women to take advantage of the cne j clnl halfprice offer he in making on Ir Howard celebratedspecific fur the cure I nf constipation nnd dyspepsia and get n fifty cent package at half price 25 cents So positive is he of the remarkable power of these specifics to cure there diseases as well as headaches and liver troubles that he agrees to refund the money to any customer whom this medi cine does not quickly relieve and cure With Dr Howards specific at hand you cn eat what you want and have no fear of ill consequence It strengthens the stomach gives perfect digestion ng ulatrs the bowels creates an appetite and makes lire worth tho living This is an unusual opportunity to ob tain GO doses of the heat medicine ever made for halt its regular price with the personal guarantee of n wellknown busi ness roan to refund the money if it does not give satisfaction If you cannot call at J Taylor DayV store today send him 25 cents blIIiland he will end you a package promptly paidJDay has been able to secure only n IIlit of the specific no great is the demand and you should not delay taking advantage of the liberal offer heir mucking this week ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY JUttOK CENTERWe are authorized to an Center in a candidate for Judge of the vSolfe County Court subject to the action of the Democratic primary November 12 1004 Yon JAILER Wo are authorized to anPERDUE I nounce G W PERDUE of Lane as a candidate for the office of Jailer of Wolfe County subject to the action of the Democratic party ASBURYWe are authorized to an T Asbury MS a candi date for the office of Jailer of Wolfe primaryNovomber HALSEYWe are authorized to an W G Halsey as a candidate for the office of Jailer of Wolfe county subject to Democratic primary November 12 1901 FOR COUNTY CIKII- KPARPni I We are authorized to an UHnnULLi nounco Robert Carroll as a candidate for County Clerk subject to the action of tho Democratic primary Nov 12lh WANGOWe are authorized to an W W Swango of Valeria as candidate for County Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to Dem ocratic primary rev 12 lJO1 FOR COUNTY ATTORN KY We are authorized loan OlnuirLili nounce Greenberry Stan per of Campton as a candidate for County Attorney of Wolfe subject to Democratic primary November 12 1001 C i C I FULKSWe are authorized OCFulks to as a candidate for reelection to the WolfsprimnrNovember GUFF We are authorized tonnnouiiv I W H Duff of Campion lilt a candidate for County Attorney of Wolf county subject to the Democratic pri mary November 12 1004 VOn ASSKHMOIt JOHNSON We are authorized to an I nuance Ellis Johnson ana candidate for Assessor of Wolle county Nuvernber ALLENWoI are authorized to an LeoCityCounty subject to the Democratic pri JU04IFOR SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS TAULBEEWe are authorized to an John W Taulbee of Daysboro as a candidate for reelec ofIsubject to of Democratic primary Nov 12th FOR STATE KKNATOK WHEELER We are authorized to an I nounce SAM WHEEL ER as a candidate for State Senator to represent thin district subject to the action of tho Democratic Iparty COOPERnoance authorized to an Spencer Cooper allI the14thpartytfAVe are authorized to announce candidateforthe action of the Democratic party COMBSWo are authorized to an orCamptonWolfo County subject to the action of the Democratic party 11 y ONLY ONE DOLLAR D It KROOER President LEO J VAN LAHR e W JEWELL t Vice Presidents Dentlnt anil If you have only One Dollar to spare send it t0 flAnd0wUhdrawAnumBooklet See New Our BRNKINGG BY SentMAIL1 on All accounts in thin bank are strictly confldn InterestTile OovMeot Sohn Btiiik ft Chamber of Commerce Dldg Cincinnati o p DR F C BAKESIPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON jJAXhL UUEEN J YIWill ntiNwer nil calls and stay bo found at ItittcnhouhO Hindi Svungn Spring when not professionally en a edIDr HARLAN STAMPER Optician compounded 1Ilr KIGHKRN KY Offers liii survives to the people of Wolfe aiilniljiiinliiciiuiitie lout tilltugsbridge- and crown work arc MpeclalliesEyes ex ainincil anil JIlMMel ncuntllically adjusted GOOD BAKING Depends upon good Hour Tho best biker in the wirld cant get pod bread yourkillBEST PATENT OR- MOUNTAIN LILLY Will not disappoint you Ground by quippednlIergrain they plrwe the utmost particular Ask your Grocer for Mansfields Flour and Meal R C Mansfield Son ROSSLYN KENTUCKY c Mteat FORA BltaatlM mA IDA Book KrlingBmsilnsstPHONOGRAPHY PHONOGRAPHYTrpeWrRIIK Telgtlpj iddra WILBUR Re SMITH LEXINGTON KYf rerponiflilCOMMERCIAL Awarded Hedal at World Expoaltlea tIIllDJoeTultlonWritingandTelegraphySpecialtisarTb deilrdNoTMtkUpn onlyWILBUR R PANS Tnbulea Doctors find A prescriptionFor The 5cent packet In enough lor usual oc casions The eontalusIrugaistaellthem LIPPINCOTTS IMONTHLY MAGAZINE A FAMILY LIBRARY Tils Best in Current Literature 12 COMPLETE NOVELS YEARLY MANY SHORT STORIES AND PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS 250 PER YEAR 25 CT8 A COPY NO CONTINUED STORIES EVERY NUMBER COMPLETE IN ITSELF BLUEGRASS NURSERIES SPRING 1004 MlUjIUNFRUIT lALSIIHUUGRAPE VINES ASPARAGUS RHUBARB FRUITSAndORCHARD LAWN AND GARDEN tfSTNo Agents Stritwbirry and Oct toHPONSLEXINGTON firBoth phones 270 fHJournnl1 year And now istho time to subscribe o LEXINGTON AND EASTERI RAILWAY Tune Table in Effect May 22 1904 WEST HOUND NoTDallyI DaflyaadSmaiay Snuday1AM AnfJI pm 7 1O am 20 ReattrveJcf 00 3 28 PIR 7 41 Jim 40 Torrent Ill PIIH8 PIRM23 am 571 Stallton M pm 11 10 am 70 I hJuncn 7o PIR paUpaupm EAST BOUND Nol 5 I No4 midSundayI PMIve AlIJTI2 25 pro 0 Lexington i 4S am 3 10 pro VOi Winchester 017 12 M 3 50 lOli 13 am 4 Oti pm441IStanton1144l 923111 435 4 49 pat 62Torrent16211008am 5 11 pm70 BcnttyveJc 011029 U 11 pmnl900KJunen00I1126am n IH 11 30 am forCannel Sodasos1 and 2 connect at L E Junetloa SterlingandpointsNOR Jllletloncept Sunday ManarsrCHAS 0 E BRANCH EAST BOUND llil uSunday IUD IT 3 30 0 Jackson 27 II 20 335 0 OAK Junction 22 1125I I 4 17 11 Wilhurht20 11 62- Ii 4 30 13 Itauapton113 11 K- jjl 5 10 20 Lee City 11 12 22 5 18 22 Helechava 6 12 28 I 15 27 Cannel City 0 12 45 1PM Ann P31Au 1 WEST BOUND qNo22DallYISunday r Sunday IAMLVK PMAU 7 15 27Cannei City 0 1 05 7 41 21 Heleclmwa 6 122 7 50 19Ite City11 128 8 30 13I1amptoll13 152 H 43 10 ViIhurst20I 168 025 1 OKJunctionjW 2 SO I 9 30 0 Jackson 27 238 Non 21 fillet 22 will make close conntcnot at O A K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 fcf points on the Lexington and EaiternjMU1 way M I CONLEY Superintend liTHE WORLDS FAIR SHORT LINE SOlltnern 8aiIWa e 43 MILES THE SHORTEST FastestBest to the Worlds Fair IOllh line operating SOLID TRAINS Irom Lexington to Ht souls without lotot venlence of change of cars Look I Schedules DAYLIGHT TRIP- St Loul Exposition Limitedd dnLeIweJ Arrive St Louis 46 p mdaill Solid train of Pullman 81eeplrlfSC d and Dllllllg Car mcalll I and Day Poaches through from Lulllitoll to St souls without change NIGHT TRIP Fair daftLeave1 dnArrIveI ollil train of Pullmnn S1eeFera CaI1- Ds1 Conches and Free Uecllnllll their trout Lexington to St Louis without chMlJl Vllb1I8tllliollservice and Electric Cars direct toll Worlds Fair IASHOllndington as follows 1240 good returning fifteen days rASTi good returning sixty days 15o16 5 good returning until December above Ticket will Le on sale dally Rt the rate 870 good returning aevea 11 cWCORchj dates For information call on or write HCKING 11soT W CHEWS Traveling Ia Agent 89 East Main Street Lexington Njr C II HUNGKHFOKD D P A 234 Fourth Avenue LouliyiHe 11 J G IJ ALLEN A G P A Stf Louli Mo J t I a c rt t I fJragge Jown Feeling In the loins yerrousness nnrefreshlng sleep despon klleyIt time Tea were doing something The kidneys were anciently called the I TennIn your case they are holding the itlni and driving you Into serious trouble Hoods Sarsaparilla Ads with tho most direct benenclal effect the kidneys It contains the best And these ijjeit tobin ncc for correcting and toning JPHE HERALD The wifo of Bill Elam of Leo City died on Monday night J B Cecil went to Mt Sterling on Sunday returning Tuesday Sam Wilson loft on Monday for Grassy to paint the homo of John Cecil Miss Stella Short is now install ed as Queen of tho cuisine at RHtenhouBO Ranch Mrs Frank Horton and daugh ter Miss Nottie of Camargo are visiting Mrs P N Day and family Sarsaparilla is the medi HOODS impure blood eruptions weakness anti general dehllityIt positively and absolutely CURES Joo Pioratt of Maytown paid his daughter Mrs W W Quick sail of this place a visit last Sun day Mrs Ellen Pieratt who has boon visiting hor brotherinlaw Lewis Henry of Canoy returned home Tuesdayening R J McLin and tho editor made a flying trip to Campton Monday and the latter had tho pleasure of meeting many of his friends OASTOBXABun the 1 tllattataraof ctnBWillio Day wfo and children of Bethel Bath county visited his mother Mrs F N Day from Wednesday until Sunday morning Willie Tibba of Rogers on Tuesday bought tho littlo place of Henry Day on Lacy Crook some 15 or 20 acres for 175 cash in handJohn Owon und wifo and Mrs Belle and Sarah Vinn of Mariba Ky wore visiting Barney Blank enship and wife from Saturday till SundayJ Stamper made a trip to Campton on Monday for the pur pose of introducing his new line ofoptical goods and was timers three or four days Died at tho homo of hor father Logan Childors on Gillmoro Creek on Monday night tho 10th lost Mrs Iola Liudon wifo of James Linden of consumption W D Archibald tho affable andaccommodating Cashier of tho nccompuniedby town a pleasant visit lust Sunday Johnny Robinson son of Green bury Robinson who was recently accidentally shot by u son of Jim mie Elkins died Friday while un pyonlnbyCharloy Sample of Lacy Creek on Thursday last bought of Josio Hollon of Dana a rod sorrol maro mule and of John Cecil of Still Water a mate Ho paid 95 for the two which aro weanlings Another killing was recorded in 13lorgnn county on Sunday but at this writing the particulars nre t tosagre However it appears that to boys became involved in a difficulty on White Oak and two bleu Henry Burton and Leander i Holliday got into tho melee with andkilledAiujuuny Action with the killing states that drunkinfrolic w CASTORIAI For Infants and Children I nt Kind You Have Always Bought Ieara the t acnature of f1t h- y t Yk Robert OreBlvisitingCecilofbrotherCharley Miss hasbeenI1ikoMurphyreturnedhomeaccompaniodby grandsonwho ofLacy atthismeneuring which is a specimen of two acres Thetwoon abouttwoAllison Rose of Leo Oilon IeCecilsorles9LncyCroek oldSwnngo TSWBUgotract price is considered cheap for the auyfarmUp to this week it lookedvery much like George Washington Per duo of Lane bid likely to laud the Democratic nomination for Jailor of Wolfe county But the en trance of Ollie Asbury put a now face upon affairs and it will now bo a battle royal between thorn as to who shall be the victor and to him will fall tho spoils Our readers will have to decide between tho two which will be verified by tho primary LuturW G Halsoy is also announced h WORLDS FAIR SHORT LINE S870 Round Trip Lexington to Worlds Fair St Louis Mo Via Southern Railway Tickets on sale every Tuesday and Thursday Good to return even days from date of sole FIIKE KKCUNINO CIIAIK earn Lexing ton to St tennis No change of earn Sfcfi For further information write or oil on T W OKI3W3 Traveling Passenger Agent 89 East Main Street Lexington Ky W G Lockhart tho dentist of Ezol will remain at Campion whore ho opened up for business on Monday last for the next thirty days and all who need dental work of any kind should avail thorn selves of tho opportunity to BOO him Bridgo crown work and gold fillings are specialties with him and all for whom ho hums over done anything of the kind com mend him Ho has done work for tho editor of this paper and wo must say that tho tooth ho made for us are so nearly natural that wo seldom realize that thoy are not real ahoy fit as perfectly as it is possibly to make artificial ones do and have given us entire Whtlweall his patrons Wo can there fore recommend him to everyone and take pleasure in doing so Ho will bo found at the Combs Houso Men of Oak Timbers of oak keep the old homestead standing through the years It pays to use the right stuff I Men of oak are men in rugged health men whose bodies are made of the sound est materials Childhood is the time to lay the foundation for a sturdy con stitution that will last for years Scotts Emulsion is the right stuffScotts Emulsion stimulates powers of children the growing helps them build a firm foundation for a sturdy consti tution Sond for froo aamplo SCOTT dt BOWNE Chomla- ts4004IBPorl8trdt Now York- SOcandSlOOjaUdruroUrts 1 6 v Henry Neff and daughter Miss Maud of Uaytown visited Al Dyo and fami1Yysterday Fon SALE on TRADE Two good bug glee Apply to J W CIUVKXB Hazel Green And secure bargains 82 James B Cecil who returned Tuesday at noon from Mt Sterling said tho general impression of tho market was dull and that ohnugingll handsJ Leverett of Piny W Va t a plumber and gas expert is hereto I look over tho field and possibly contrast with tho Hazel Green Oil and Gas Co to lay the mains He may also put the fixtures in son places for lighting and heating Tho jury in tho subornation of perjury case of Callahan and French tried at Mt Sterling last weekreturned a vordict Sunda morning of not guilty aa in the indictment find the de fendants wore discharged Doth defendants were highly elated g their acquittal WANTKD Qulrklv few tSereone to ref resent long eUbli licd wholesale houin IIIUIIK retell merchant and BReuti Local territory of few counties 18 salary andi cipinneii pnlil Meekly Expense money advanced Coniroltilon extra Iernianent engagement liniinensinoceiiiful Ireviotu exierlenoe tint UMcntlnl Kncloie selfail dressed envelope Address SfrKlUNTKNU KMTTltAVKIiKlM 325 Dcurbon St Chicago Rov C W Williams who has boon located atKronchburg for tho past two years on Tuesday moved into tho Methodist parsonage at this place and will take charge of tho church horo Wo are unin formed as to his othor charges but will next week acquaint our rend ors with thorn Ho will preach tho 3d Sunday in each mouth ut tins place Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contain Mercury As mercury will surely destroy the sense of stroll und completely do- ra ngo the whole system when en tering it through tho mucous sur faces Such articles should never ho used except on prescriptions from ruputablo physicians as tho damage they will do is ton fold to time good you can possibly derive from thorn hulls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Chonoy it Co Toledo 0 contains no mercu ry and is tnkon internally acting directly upon tho blood and mu cous surfaces of the system In buying halls Catarrh Cure hl sure you got tho genuine It is taken internally and mado by I F1CHKNKV it Co Toledo 0 Testi monials free Sold by druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Farmers who buy flour when they could easily raise their orn wheat and produce tho flour at loss price aro standing in their own light Especially is this tho case in this section whore any sur plus wheat can ho disposed of at good prices Think of paying Sue to 100 for a 21pound sack of flour when you could raise it for JOBS than half Indeed every far nor in Wolfo and Morgan could practically have hii four free of cost for the surplus wheat he could raise Iud soil would pay it nIl Farmers lot us beg of you to tr this plan for tho coming year and see how much bettor off you will bo at tho end of 12 months Prac tically you can save every cent you now pay for your flour Wolfe Circuit Court Below is a list of tho grand jury men and petit jurors for tho Sop- Circuit tember term of tho Wolfo CourtGrand Jury Willio Lacy Isaiah Spencer David Athy Sam Banks Thomas Williams Androw Had dix G B Martin C W Cecil Harrison Littlo II lIe Swango Jack Walters M B Spencer fore manPetit No 1C C Spencer Jo nan Taulboo George Spencer Tool Govodon John Chapman Wash Tyroo Win Taulboo Hud Little John T Center Joab Ponce Stephen Stamper Logan Linden Petit No 2 Sammio Hose Jas I Halsoy Hiram Miller Elijah1 Creech John LLowisT P Clark Abel Hampton RA Kaah Hiram Lockhart Isaac Swango John for roll H N Horton Visiting Attorneys Judge Rod wine W II Blan ton Jackson Hon J B White Irvine T C Johnson Talloga Arbury Brooks Hazel Green W jF Ie h 5 J e n 111- R Time Kind You Have Always Bought and which baa been IIIIia nso for over 30 years has borne tho slfrnatnro of 11180nnlsupenl1ilon Alt Counterfeits Imitations anti Juat n8ffood aro hut Experiment that trlflo with and endanger tho health of Infants and Culldron Exporionco against ExporUnont What is CASTORIA Ooatorin Is n liarmloss suhatltuto for Castor Oil Pare Itdcontains neither Opium Morphino nor other Narcotlo substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms WindtTeething cures Constipation and Flatulency It nantiullatcs tho Food regulates tbo Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sloop The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS s9 Boars tho Signaturo off The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years vat CINTAUn eOHMNT h HURIIAV THIIT HIWVOHN avv- tt H Great Clcarau e Sale III 25 OOOOO WO Ttto Spring d Summ- erCLOTHING H Regardless of Cost IIsonregardless of cost We are not waiting until the season is over to make this sacrifice but do it at the beginning of the season 1 wCheviotished Worsted Suits regu9 99lar price 12 18 and Great reductions in all Mens Suits and Pants260 Boys AllWool Pants for1 1VOZ T iyS 1250 Boys Suits former price 1160 NOW 7iSC 350 pairs Boys Knee Pants lt5c per pair 2 for 25 cents 500 pairs Boys wash Knee Pan pairWe you need the goods Come early before our large stock is broken Louis GDS StrausLEXINGTONS LEADING CLOTHIERS + ucEaAAIsSucccMor to 0 W Howe Wholesale and Retail Liquor Dealers Grocers Etc Asesits fop 3 e2dtnafton BeerSpecial attention given to tho filling of mail orders Home Phone 31 long Distance 10 t i ntT sTJxtxintax3M I 1Jtt1CKT nnnu HEALTH AND VITALITY x xv Mo maim m m mm 11T7trliVlnll211Ti1 x xzjXt Tho errcat remedy for nervous prostration and kit dlieaica of thor neraUTt MBnhettImpoLenc1 every1b Wv 6boxesfor15141t1OTVU CUYJHCALCeClevviIa 5 I r j I 1 ttaF + S 4ri t r 1 F esF M- IEEE 1R jf M ii DlaDUlng u 2825 Keek 3t CamAGO ILL Oct I 1902 II suffered with falling and con gMtioa of the Womb With severe pains through the groins I auf reed terribly at the time of imhi truation had blinding hellllochetIII and rushing of blood to What to try 1 knew not for seemed that I had tried all ItII failed but 1 had never tried of Cardul that blessed remedy sick women I found it pleasant I I to take and soon knew that I had l the right medicine Now bloodII seemed to course through my and after using eleven bottles I was a wellwomnn I Mm Hush is now in jxpfect health be 6 she took Vine ofII Cardui for menstrual bearing down pains and blindingII s headaches when nil other failed to bring her relief Any sufferer may secure health by tak I ing Wino of Cardui in her homo The first bottle convinces tho pIbent she is on the road to health I For advice in canes requiring special dirrctiona address giving symptoms The Ladies Advisory Department The Chattanooga i Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn WINE4CARDUI i I CUmPTON GOURIER I I LEE CITY LOCALS o A C Nickell sold his teat of horsofl lust week but tho price was not givon John T Ornhnm bought 11 fine mare of Win CriMp lust rook Price riot niiido known F B lIncidix of Bolknnp traded his aorrol intiru for tlonlo cattle and iewoll pleased with hid bargain boughtfiveund took thud through to Grassy growingfnstori I years and tho members nro find i lug out what the order moans and 1 will push it forward i Sept 19 DITTO Bnoklons Arnica Salve Has worldwide fume for mar vellous euros It surpasses any other salvo lotion ointment or balm for Cuts Corns BurnsI Boils Soros Felons Uloere Tot tor Salt Rheum Foyer Soros ruplion8infnlJiblo toed OnlyI 25c at all druggists 8TILLWATER SPARKLES O Miss Eliza Chambers is on tho siok listI 1Marion Poyton of Morgan county was visiting hero Saturday and Sunday Elisha T Rose has gone to Dan villo to attend tho Law School at that place Picking bonus and saving fodder are among tho chief pursuits of tho people just now Samuel Kash and wifo of Calla Broathitt county wore on Still water Sunday Bright Rose in company with his bostgirl attended tho funeral mooting hero Sunday Harrison Murphy of Grassy was visiting his son Frank Mur phy Saturday and Sunday Tho funeral of Lilt Browor was preached Sunday at MrsI Ellen Haulsoys by Kovfl D B Contor and It K Madin A largo crowd was in attendance Sept 10 PRESTO Fearful Odds Against Him Bedridden nlono and destitute Such in brief was tho condition of an old soldier by name of J J yearsheease and noithor doctors nor mod lengthlieputhimnow ho testifies Im on tho road to complete recovery Boat on arth tor T ivr I nod Jvidneyl t1ulf54 nd ui 111111 f flitUII lY Cm 1iti UilytiOc iuurantuod by all aruggtsts- tt I WEST LIBERTY 1 J Goes Down in Defeat Before the SuDsrfor Playing of Campten For some time past tho report was current hero that Campton 1I groundtofind Wrist Liberty baso ball nines diamond Saturday last was tho unto and Camptou showed upiI Aftor some time it was announced pInyII BndIed with a goodly number of spec tators frotii our sister city of Campton woro on tho campus to Witness the game Campton went 19 the bat and in n very short time it wns predicted that should West Liberty win it would have to con tend against some very superior amateur pluying Campton up to tho third inning had whitewashed West Liberty but in that in fling tho latter team make a score land in the fourth and fifth innings added fresh laurels when the air Svas rout with shouts of Hurrah foT West Liberty 1 It looked for awhile as if tho tables would bo turned and notwithstanding tho lend of Camptpn that West Lib jOrty would win In tho fifth inning Iloudricks Byrd catcher for Campton hud a finger dislocated by a hull nnd in that crippled condition c ntinued to pIn Y taking tho place of first baseman West runluownudI Lockhnrt tho dentist who was umpiring tho gauge caused it to close on account of tho lateness of tho hour The following is the lineup and n careful perusal will possibly enlighten tho render as to tho cause of West Libertys do- Cent as it will show the prosonco of eovoral windjammors as sub stitutes for her regular players Cumptnn Stamper 5b Byrd c Hall 2h Hammonds s s Phillips p Hollon p f Hovoy c f Combs r f Marshall lb West LibnryyaStvango r f Walker Littlo 1 f Long 2b Craig Ib Carpenter 3b Piorntt o f Quicksall p Cord S S Sample c- lloronfter whoa West Liberty agrees to piny and makes appoint ment to do BO it is hoped that she will put her best players in and make tho game more interesting than tho miserable fiasco of Saturday which resulted in thQ score of 24 too in favor of Campion It S Bonsib son and advance agent of his father H S Bonsib the Flying Dutchman of In dianapolis Ind was hero Tuesday to arrange for a lecture at tho Christian Church on Tuesday the 27that 7301ni Mr Bonsib Sr is n temperance lecturer and tomporanoofront point and will bo freo Was It Foul Play Tho rumor which wns rifo horo Inst week to tho effect that Will Hampton of Simpson Brenthitt nightSoptprovestomystery about it which is yet to bo unraveled Caesar Hurst who was Mr Hamptons companion on liistrip to tho Worlds Fair and who 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