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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s I I Y y 4 9 MM wUi nMW1tI yotLtuu nN 4 r+ a nt ifnti tnntj s rHE HAZEL GREEN HERALD0 Established Mash 41885 4 Made Famous lu the Story or Jonathan and His Oonttaettt by Max ORell p Tay NTIETH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY M apass oJilr I The Oldes4 Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quote Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 50 Cants a Year JI WASH MILLER President A H HAMPTON CashierW WILLIS VicePresident J w POYNTER Asst Cashier a A 1 1ilt iteii 1 WINCHESTER KY PAID UP CAPITAL 100 000 00 JAMES BI CECIL Successor to Cecil Bros is now receiving n new stock o- famqtZrAi t iRaa I1 tad will carry a lino of Fruits Vegetables Ac In fact everything tsnally kopt in a first olnss grocery store uHe18 also proplotor of tho lOrvW GE E Nr bee traveling mon will ho treated in n honioliko mnnnor and in his JEp tn 1 If horses nod volmicles will ro D coivo the host attention He also SSa full curriesE csLRlve + and will mnko to order any thiug in that lane Lap robes dustors buggy wl1ips tCo will bo kept in stock and ovorything sold ut n close margin of profit i- T1 KENTUCKY I Lexington KentuckyI J lowhe Agricultural and Moehnnioal Mate Cgje of KenlueJ nfrbidIIgiettl- mathematical the M of i tlgricllltIltlI studyviz tlciriedIlPCIIIniealrnglncrrih gschool tIiI Ical Cjch l1lv lIieh extend + over ngineering ivilengineering uiinirrgUlgiteerlllg leadingstudios aw rill providedfour years und load to n degree lot graduate under II soprrnte faculty to a masters degree Knch course of study i + organized The general faculty number nearly fifty profe3sors RIII ill instructors fuel and light County appointees receive tuition room rent uornmorn Wd If they remain ten months traveling expeUllelIwell equipped ion i The laboratories and museums are large modern omenI i VThe Lozislaturo appropriate 00000 for n colleee ffihSiBotht1 f aand 0000 for drill hall and gymnasium for men provided for liS required by pdlniwe Military tjctics and science are fully Coo fje8 readily fmid excellent positions Graduates from the several courts of study of the ability of the in tXCeM lad liberal remuneration The demand is largely caliego to Lust year the matriculation Ivan 750 have charge of each Jc- SpeciHlisVs nasituntsi with the necessary number I provided for pedagogy ongln partment IIf natural science Summer schools are coihegeIiJ l 111 ork women provides facilities for t the college home for yottug including 1The completion t f conveniences I bath and1 lodging It IIs lu PfiWllIt isWed bystenm and lighted by t rooms and room for physical wectriclty education In classics An opportunity h thus afforded to them of n thorough logIc niotnphlysicr bjtory and man literature science mathomtltics for educa JIOlitirll institution in the State oflere advantages ect namy No other the State College of Kentucky offered byfUoa ofwmnen nt nil comparable to thoso information regarding For cntatn goes method of obtaining nJlpointment areee titstudy nut terms of ndmilslon nppJ K PATTERSOS to Ph D LL D jTAMESLe Jlon Ky Or to D 0 FRAZEE Business 5th 19Q4 Fall Term Begins September r en n tvvvvvvv IirC solicit your banking busi ness and promise you prompt and careful service every attention and accommodation consistent with cor rect banking principles DIRECTORS ill mILLCR S UJ WILLIS T F PRILLIP UJ B WILLS J D 5IIlPOn J R BU KWALCCR A I15 I5Afl1PTOR VN i The winonostof Bank 1 WINCHESTER KY I S N H WIT ailsrooxPresident rt I j J too000OOLJ l IlnniUonir DrjionU nf V I 4 guser i t i 00000000 I v r FThis bank solicits the nccountu of 5 x farmers traders and bus P IIICIVIIII loess men Kencnillr throughout lllt S ternJ Kentucky and otTers Its custom y loers everr1lIlty and the most liberal elimit of legitimate 4 bnllklllg10et21y i i N i +N IfirTiine and again we have appealed to those of our subscribers in arrears to come in anil pay up Wo need money to buy paper anti ink anti pay tho printer I Come in and attend to this today WANTED FIFTY MEN AND WOMEN ITo Take Advantage of Special Offer Mado by J Taylor Day drugsgistn ml women to take nchII11lng of the ape cial hnlf price otter he is making on Dr Howard celebrated specific fur the cure of constipation and dyspepsia and get a fifty cent packing at half prim 2i cents Si Ipur Live is he of tins remarkable power of the+o frperilic to cure these diwtees as well as headaches anti liver troubles that he agrees to refund the money to fury customer whom this medi Chill does not quickly relieve nod cure- With Dr Ifnwnrds specific iu hand you can eat what you want and have no fear of ill consequences It strengthens the tltnll1nch gives perfect direction reg mantes the bowels creates an appetite rued makes life worth tho living This in an unusual opportunity to ob tnin fin doses of tho best medicine ever made for half its regular price with the personal guarantee of a welllk11011 busii ness man to refund the money if it does not give satisfaction If you cannot call at J Taylor Days store today vend him 25 cents by mall arid ho will bend you a package promptly charges paid- J Taylor Day hay been able to secure only n limited supply of the specific so great is the demand and you should not delay taking advantage of tho liberal offer hois making this week Tho foe o around tho cemetery at this place is undergoing a much needed improvement in the shano of a coat of whitewash through tho untiring effort on tho part ofMrs Ellen Pieratt as well as others who contributed to tho good cause ia aa WASHINGTON NOTES i WASHINGTON October 1 Republican spellbinders on tho stump are saying that Roosevelt stands for reform principles and tho groat issue of hounst government In this connection would like to propound a fov questions to theso gentleman Did Roosevelt stand for honest government when ho passed a ser vice pension act Did ho stand for honest govern ment when ho took to his bosons Congressman Littauer of army glove fame Did ho stand for reform when ho throw all his influence in favor of the malodorous Gas Addicks Did ho strata for reform whon ho embraced Tom Platt tho most notorious corruption ist in New YorkDid ho stand for honest govern moot when ho mado Payne his PostmasterGeneral Did ho stand for reform when he declared that Matt Quay had always boon his loyal and devoted friend Did ho stand for honest govern motif when housed all his powers as President to get an iincrease of salary and a promotion for that unsavory grafter and mock sot dier Leonard Wood Did ho stand for reform whoa ho spoilsmlmiJimu had previously denounced to tripe t Federal position in Now York to corral the negro vote in tho SouthDid ho stand for honest govern ment when ho allowed tho Admin istration forces to ho used in violation of tho Civil Sorvico rules to try to nominate Lowdon for Gov ernor of Illinois Did ho stand for reform when ho destroyed a Mississippi post oilico because a nugress had been asked to resign by some of tho cit izens and novor lied n word to say whoa a white postmistress in Doha ware was fired because n henchman of Gas Addicks wanted her place Did ho stand for honest govern ment when ho abandoned the on forcement of the Sherman law against tho trusts until after tho electionDid stnnd for reform when ho took Cortolyou out of tho Cabinet and gave him a job of holding up tho trusts Did ho stand for honest govern mont when ho hud a 00000 yacht assigned to his personal use and some minor vessels of tho navy devoted to tho purposo of amusing tho Roosevelt kids Did ho stand for reform when ho recanted all his utterances in favor of tariff revision Did ho stand for constitutional government when ho mado war on Columbia dishonored tho treaty of 1810 and violated international law Did ho stand for law and order whoa ho put a pistol in his hip pocket nod conducted himself as any ordinary pistol totor Did ho stand for reform whon he took thin pith out of a Civil Service rulo ho hud himself recommended in order to got rid of Miss Rebecca Taylor who hind UAJJUOUU the mi j lacy of ono of his grout orations Did ho stand for stable consti tutional government whoa ho ins dicated that a failure on tho part of South American governments to pay their debts and preserve order would load to interference on tho part of this country When they answer these ques tions I have a few moro to pro pound rime taU of officialI Washington todny is tho letter of Judgo Parker accepting tho Democratic nomina tion for President Universally it is acknowledged that it is the strongest document that has emanated from tho pen of a statesman for many years It rings clear and true in ovary sen tence It ylnsvim vigor and vit riol in ttr Vim and vigor of ex pression for honest Domocratio sentiments tho rights ttlle poor I iplo liberty equal justice to all and special privileges to none antiimperialism true constitu tionalism and honest economical administration of tho affairs of government It has vitriol in it for tho head of this administration owned and controlled as it is by tho plutocracy and tho trusts of tho country and without saying ono word m porsonalnbusc It is tho cleanest skinning over administered to any man on onrth without calling his mime It is this to mon who have boon hero for years and watched tho game as f have I know how rotten and rank are tho departments and how badly they need tho ventila tion of honest Democracy I know how full of cant and hypocrisy are tho Presidents pre tensions and lpromises Judge Parker has sized up tho whole gamut admirably Ho has looked through tho lens and has soon it all just as it is What powor except that of honest pas triotio citizenship over gave him tho prescience to grasp so correctly rottingAImiuistration Ho has called tho turn and ho ought to got four for ono Those of us who have caviled at Judgo Parkers socalled silence laud ultra conservatism should now go away back and sit down 1 Those who have clamored for moro ginger in tho campaigh now are forever huHhod Ho has hit the enemy a smash in tho nose that sounds like a bay mulo tak ing n fall out of a stable door with both hind foot Ho hUll mndo Roosevelt look like thirty cents worth of dog meat Ho has bulled tho buzzard and hammered tho Uopublicnn Ho has written u mos ngo to every conservative independent patriotic thinking voter of tho land that ought to mnko his blood tingle and make him glad to voto for a man who promises a return of tho kind of free government under which ho wants his sorts nod daughters to live and roar fami lies Ho hUB written a message to tho masses of mankind that will i live in history as 1a now Declara tion of Independence from tho thralldom of plutocracy polf graft also protemisoItucular I CHAIILKS A EDWAIIDB oAt is T013 DZA Bean th ate Kind Yon Haw Alway IoIII Signature ct c Grow Your Own Wheat In mixing with tho farmers of this section our mast about town lists discovered that tho acreage of wheat to ho seeded this year will ho greater than for several years past Not only this but several who have heretofore novor at tompted to raise this cereal will this year grow enough for their own brondstuffs at least and very many will endeavor to have n surplus to soil But ovory farmertwho has Limo ground to grow it tltouldsow enough to grow his own and have wheat to soil AH polic can themselves raise and it is much moro so in this section whore they have a market for their surplus at good prices If+ thoy will nil try tho experiment of growing their own grain this greenbnvA Love Letter yourolookingSoros Burns or Piles Otto Dodd of Ponder Mo writes Isuf yearbutSalvo cured mo Its tho best Salvo on onrth25c at all drug gists Born to the wife of Jim Risner of Trent en Thursday night lasta girl Mrs Elton Grain attending 11 H J R 1 J SfENOER COOPER Biltor H l HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY Oct 0 1004 DElIOOHAIIUflIOlCEl FOR lIlY IIJNT ALTON BROOKS PARKER OF NKW YORK FoR VirK IMIKSIIIKXT HENRY C DAVIS OK WUST VIU01NIA FOIL CONOKIWS lOlli DISTRICT NON FRANK A HOPKINS t OK YLYI COUNTV The school election at this place on Saturday last passed off quietly Monroe Nickoll being jlcctod trustee without opposition to fill the positiou niauu vacant by expiration of tho term of Spencer Cooper which ends on tho last of July noxt Apparently tho major ty of the voters said to themselves IIWO will burst thoii ring now And they layodi Strength Omen from well dlcoxtcd mid thoroughly us 1 almllntcd food Hoodt Snrgatmrllln tones tho 1 Ugcfttlvo orirnnft and thus build ut tho tttrcncth If you nro iruttlnc run down bcfflii taking Roads nt once GllONKU ClKVKLANI has Written 3 number of articles in behalf ofI IPnrkOl und Davit and it iis probn bio that ho will make one or two speochus for tho ticket in Now Jor soy and Connecticut While wo t tnronot going to tear our clothesI I exulting over anything hover may say or do wo have to admit ii- II that ho cuts some ice in tho lEast j urn States and that his iiillwnco I may firing Now Jersey and Con nocticut buck into the Democratic column Ff Grover can do this evon tho free silver men who hate t him like the levil hates holy water will forgive him many of his sins Broke Into His HouseIIj S Lo Quinn of Cavendish Vt i customaryhealth1 liingarhis rr house his trouble was arrested j and now hos entirely cnrodIj Theyre guaranteed to cure 25c at nil druggists I I GEN J H WKAVKH has boon making speeches through Indiana for Parker and Davis Wherever 1 ho wont ho was greeted by crowds J j null ho reports tho Democrats I most enthusiastic Gon Weaver I Wits tho Populist nominee for Pros ident on two occasions They have confidence in his judgment and j integrity and thousands of thorn I will follow his load and defeat tho I Republican ticket A voto fo Watson is a vote thrown away or o vote to oloct Koosovolt and no eolfrospoctod Populist will fail to support Parker and Davis on a platform that guarantees many of the reforms for which thoy have Leon fighting all these years SOMK ono acting in tho intorost of tho Republican party is urging tho Populists to nominate candi dates in four or fivo districts in this State whoro in tho past they have cast n goodsized voto There is p no protonso if such candidates are named they will have a ghost of a chance to win but it is hoped by tho National Republican Commit teo and is part of their plan to take enough votes from tho Democrats to elect Republicans to Con gress in thoso districts There i t every prospect that tho next House of Representatives will bo Demo cratic and tho Republicans are making desperate efforts to retain it rho friends of Tom Watson1 nbi1ilyarI z loudbhn v h S GAVEtIIAImIOlfelroltithe cin pfigu4t Pjankfort on OctpberB On that samo day thousands o other eloquent Democrats set thoI bull rolling in the various districts It was a concerted movement against tho ranks of the enemy+ and thorn will ho no cessation of the good work until the5 polls close in November Although tho Re publicans are showing no signs o life and have practically conceded tho State to tho Democrats Chair tuna linger and his associates of tho Campaign Committee aro going to labor uo hard ns if the State wore debatable ground It will bo- n heartwarming message to Democrats everywhere whom Kentucky goes 10000 for Parker and Davis UNDKU the heading of announce ments will bo found the name of William II Chambers of Still water who nspiros to the oflico of Superintendent of Schools for Wolff county and ho submits his claims to tho Democratic primary on November 12th 1904 Mr Chambers has taught sixteen terms of public schools viz In Breath itt in Leo in Wolfo county and in tho State of Missouri whore he was a resident for one year Thus hn has gained a varied and valuaji j blo experience which eminently qualities him for tho place ho now ji suck and having boon always ajj Democrat there is every reason opine that they will treat toII claims with duo consideration It wore superfluous to soy to those who know Mr Chanibors that he is a sober moral honest man But such ho is and wo say for thoso who may not know him intimuttIIlud should ho bo so fortunate as to win tho nomination and election wo are assured ho will fill the position to the satisfaction of ovory patron lIo is 44 years old has boon in till tho bat his of tho party for 2l years i has grown gray in tho service and never yet had Ut1yof tho spoils of victory Eight years ago ho went in tin illfated primary but supported tho nominees and now seeks vindication at tho hands of I tho voters Four years ago he was ngnin n candidate but at the solic nation of tho party gave way for harmony Shake Into Your Shoes Allens FootEase It cures painful swollen smarting sweating foot Makes now shoes easy Sold by all druggists and shoo stores SnmllploI Roy Please Consider I am a candidate for State Sons tor to represent tho 34th District and submit my claim to tho con sideration of tho Domocratso party respectr ive county seats on Wednesday November 80th 1904 Your support is rospuctfully solicited and1 will bo gratefully appreciated Butt rf for any cause you cannot sup port mo personally you can as iCI- god Democrat support my pnpor whiohforoxponont of Democratic dioetriu dulythnultfu18UCC988 SPENCER COOPER JLJncljgl JtS Tri bles today 85 yet rs bf ago o sias Born the 0th- f i day of Oqtolier t 1819 withina I 11mtsIYesterday he remarked that he had boon n Democrat for 85 years j I I Tal Cuncliff was lust Saturday elected trustee in school district 25I or Trent and Crcsar Linden was elected trustee in the Gillmoro i byfthe aid of some Democrats by I votes and thereupon he declared himself Democrat for all future time Crcsar Linden was oloctid by tho magic majority of 13 votes N C Vaddell formerlywith this office hus our thanks for a copyof The Cherokee Advocate tho only Indian paper the offi cial organ of tho Cherokee Nation Tho paper is 04 years old It is published at Tahlequah at the nations expense Onehalf of ItIj is printed in the Cherokee lnn guage The paper is forbidden to heal in politics Its cost of pub lication is about 2500 above all receipts It is certainly quite a curiosity ANNOUNCEMENTS FOIl COUNTY JUDGE Wo lire authorized to nn CENTER S G T Center as a candidate for Judge of time vVoIfo County Court subject to the action of tho Democratic primary November 12 IIHM- i jIonJAILER are authorized to nn- i PERDUEWe G W PERDUE- of Lane aa a candidate for tho office of Jailer of Wolfe County subject to the action of tho Democratic party Wo are authorized to anASBURY I Q T Asniiry as n candi date for the ollico of Jailor of Wolfe county subject to Democratic primaryII November 12 1J04tt We are authorized to nn HALSEY I nounco W G llnlsey ns a candidate for tho office of Jailor of Wolfe county subject to Democratic I primary November 12 1904tt FOR COUNTY CLERIC Wo are authorized to nn CARROLL nounco Robert Carroll as a candidate for County Clerk subject to the action of time Democratic primary Nov 12th are authorized to an SWANGOWe W W Swango of Valeria as IL candidate for County Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to Dem ocratic primary Nov 12 1904 FOR COtNTVT ATTORNEY Wo are authorized to ItO STAMPER I nounco Greeuberry Stain forIDUFF We are authorized to announce I W IJ Duff of Campton ns n candidate for County Attorney of Wolfe county subject to tho Democratic pri mary November 12 1904 yon AS3USSOK JOHNSON Wo are authorized to an I nounce Ellis Johnson as a candidate for Assessor of Wolfe county subject to Democratic primary November 12th ALLENWeI are authorized to an 0 B Allen of LeoI City as a candidate for Assessor of Wolfe- County subject to the Democratic pri mnry November 12 1904 FOR 8UPBIUXTENDENT OF SCHOOLS TAULBEE Wo are authorized to an I I nounce Juhn W Taulbee of Daysboro ns a candidate for reelcc uf115choolprimary Nov 12th CHAMBERS We ore authorized to HIfor Superintendent of Public Schools subject to Democratic Primary Nov 12 FOR STATE 1 HKNATOIl WHEELER We are authorized to ant nounco SAM WHEEL ER as a candidate for State Senator to represent this district subject to the action of the Democratic party COOPER Wo are authorized to ant nounce Spencer Cooper aa a candidate for State Senior in this the 34th Senatorial district subject to the action of the Democratic party yon SIIKKIFF COMBS Wo are authorized to ant nounco A T COMBS of ofWolfethe Democratic party KILL THE COUCH ii AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings I I I New Discovery I I PriceFOR100 TrialeSurest and Quickest Cure for all TROUBLES n Tay i- G ansC- i 0 ONLY ONEIDOLLAR D 111 KROQER President LEO J VAN LAHR YIW JEWELL Vice Presidents It you have only One Dollar to BPartt sad to oAndI o addwlthdrnwsum from Jl to J6000 will bo accepted be Ar See Our Now Booklet 1 All accounts In this bank arc Rtrlctlvtlal between the bank and tho depos confiden eat Is added January and July and t Too1 BonK Trust1 0jij Chamber of Commerce Dlile Cincinnati LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY i Time Table in Effect May 22 1904II WEST BOUND j No1No3I Daily ex STATIONSDailyand ArrlLJl I y- AM i Arr ii C 25 am t 225 lID 7 m am 20 BeattyvcJc 2b a 26 pit 7 17 alii40IITorrullt 14U 347 pm- S 01 4 Ol pm 8 28 aui t7 4 30 JIm 837 am 1571Stalltoll 13 4 39 pm 9 10 uui 5 08 pm901 U 23 HOI 90j1 Vinchehnr 5 20 pm 10 10 am i4 I Lexington 94 6 05 urn EAST BOUND- No 2 Z a No4 Daily ex STATIONS Daily and SundayaI Sunday PMIveAI ILye 2 25 pm Lexington 0 7 45 amYOII 3 10 pm 8 12 am 3 50 pm 10 Wlllchesturj20 0 13 am 4 Oil pui 41 9 23 am 4 35 167 9 54 am 4 49 JlUlI5iilNal HrhlgcI i02i008 am 5 11 1029 am 6 11 pm 90 BenlteJcIO 11 26 am fJ 15 11I1 30 RIO Noa 3 and 4 make close connection for Cannel City and points on Ohio and Kentucky Railway Division dolly except Sunday Nos 1 and 2 connect at L E Junction with Chesapeake and Ohio for Mt Sterling pointsNos at Beattyvllle June Lion with L A for Benttyville dally except Sunday ManagerCHAS 0 K BRANCH EAST BOUND No 33 tt No 21 Dally ex = STATIONS Daily ex Sunday p f Sunday 3 30 0 Jackson 27 11 20 335 G OK Junction 22 1126 4 17 11 62 4 30 13 Hampton13 11 65 f 10 20 Lee City 11 12 22 5 18 22 Helechawa G 12 2- 8i4527 Canuel City 0 12 45 PM Ann PM Ann WEST BOUND No 34 H IK No 22 I = = xSuuAMLVK PMAlts 7 15 27 Cannel City 0 1 05 7 41 21 1 22 7 60 19 UelechnwlI16 1 28 8 30 13 1 52 8 43 10 Wilhurst 20 1 68 a 25 1 OKJuuction 22 230 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 35 Nos 21 and 22 will make close counsellor at O S K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for Ipoints on tho Lexington and Eastern Kail way M L CONLEY Superintendent TITHE WORLDS FAIR SHORT LINE SoutneIQ Railway 43 MILES THE SHORTEST to the Worlds Fair TUINSIrollltheSchedulesDAYLIGHT TRIP LimitedLeavedailyLeavedailyArrivedailySolidand Dining Car meals served A In Corte LexingtontoNICHT TRIP FlyerLeave vLeavedallyAruTeiStt DaConchoCarstromchangeAllStation St Louis with Wnbnsh Suburban service and Electric Cars direct to the Worlds Fair grounds LoxIngtnn 1240 good returning fifteen days dnysIthe days above 15th ExcursionCoachspecialdates writeIL89 Hat Main Street Lexington Ky T WflaCprrenvclii Pass Agent KC234 Fourth Avenue Louisyille KyTrG B ASt I re ii BRINING BY MAIL IAppnI compound PEOVMeIII 8llIolls 01Jackson 1lWllhurHt20 FastestBest GOOD BAKING bitbikerbreadfrumskill by using the best material to your BEST PATENT OR- MOUNTAIN LILLY Will not disappoint you Ground br equlppeaUollergrain they please the most particular MansfigldBFlour R C Mansfield Son RQSSLYN KENTUCKY idacatIIIIIIII FOR A Situation BookKeepIngBaslNNw fHONOGRAPHYTJpeW L TallTIi id WILBUR Re SMITH LEXINGTON KY reiponilblCOMMERCIAL Awarded medal at World ExpotUlo Refers to thonnandu of graduates In poilt1 oap Coat or roll Rnnlnrtt Coarse Ineloiloj tim Boots and Board In family about f X- BborthandTypeWritiDgaiidTdegraphyjBpecJalfiili JWThe Eentnckr University Dlplom nndf pA LlterariCoonfreeIldrloyacatlon f14 In order to hart ur Setters rent w oddrM WILBUR R5MITH Loxngtonly LIPPINCOTTS MONTHLY MAGAZINE A FAMILY LIBRARY The Best In Current Literatun 12 COMPLETE NOVEL YEARLY MANY SHORT STORIES AND PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPIC 260 PER YEAR 25 CT3 A COPY MNO CONTINUED STORIES EVERY NUMBER COMPLETE IN ITMLT 1111101111A riF 1iI1enmUI9 Sons 1 BLUE GRASS NURSERIES LEXINGTON KY X Offer for tho Fall of 1004 a full stock of Fruit and Orna mental trees Grnpe Vines 8 Small Fruits Shrubs Aspnr x ngus and everything for O- rchardJ Lawn and Gordon Descriptive catalogue on applicntion10th Dr HATILAN STAMPEU- DentlMt and Optician I lJKY ifOffersI f and adjoining counties Gold fiflinf brldgf E- vasttdamiaed R IPANS TabuleB Doctors find A Good proscription- For mankind casionsThe 5 cent packet Is enough for uinw eo orI tlletalusthem DR F C BAKES PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON R HAZEr GREEN KYsii tOiutwhen not professionally engaged I 1r- l fh iiidtism + twwt la the use of tolling the nceumatf v thth tcdT BurreA veryitat he vantt to know Is what will per i flenttlr cure his togthousandsj t gratertmonlais ul iii floods SarsaparillaI neutralizes tho acid in tt71 promptly10 on which tho disease depends co blood eliminates returnl floodspgalust Its Try f I EfIIERAL Denny Carter of West Liberty+ is here to put tho tin roof on tii dormitory nncl this week lid some repairs to tho local telephone CATARRH of the nos FOR stonmcli bowels and more delicate organs take Hoods Sursapu rlllait is A RADICAL CURE Robert Cecil brotherinlaw of James B Cecil has bought a half interest in the latters store and the firm will bo James B Cecil v CoRev Mr Derthick has rents the old homo place of Rev J T Pieratt deceased and will occupy it as a dwelling for himself and J I family TIlE HERALD would bo obliged to all who are in arrears if they will come in and settle up at once It takes money to buy paper andI pay printers Hon W 0 Mize loft on Tues buythogas mains through town and make the house connections Cd95TORIthe ABun Always Boughtt Bigutorecf J4Dr J H Stamper the dentist+ lUftTuesdoy for Cannel City where keephimI work througtowngeese which with what ho has A handmakes 1055 and ho willl put them in the market on tho 15th Oharloy Rose and Mr Levorott + yesterday cate the rope in gas well No 2 aid perhaps arrange for boring the well deeper FOR SALE Registered flue young red Shorihorn cows and calves the prize of grades E D MARSHALL It F D 4 lIt Sterling Ky promature oI resignation of uoorge Cox and hi I removal to Frenchburg But he lent in his resignation Monday and pulled out for his new homo All who have subscribed to TUB HERALD since August 1st 1901 are entitled to tho American Farmer and those who are not getting i willoblige us by notifying us of themAttendWANTEDA woman to cook wash and iron for family of two weektOtRev John P Simer accompan namedSmithyosterawhichBroMrs H F Pieratt and her two youngest Masters Tom and Bruce VISited her father S S Combs fromTnesZoning StillwaterBrIdge sdayOtis Linkous stabbed a eon Of Jeff M Rose Sr The wound is pear the spine and considered a- Very dangerous one Linkous was arraigned for trial but waived ox nation and was held to bail in the sum of 5- 00AcASToRIAI rr Eor Infants and Children I on Kind You Have Always Bought ItA V3 the itureof I L 1 ti Remember the Mnccabee Rally Qomfr ihhearerse corpsandGarfield Haynes l manlnear City hadnlog to aftornofrom the hips down 10D daughterhepi county accomnauind dl by Mrs Blnkey of Indiana sister MondayI1lghtj I left iuosday morning for Magoflin WA TI ttnhllshedot persons to re I resent IOIIK eenijcntH LociI nnexpensesI advanced Commission extra Permanent money I 1reriouee dressed envelope Address SllKKiSTKNl ex TiivvKDKlts 325 Dcarlioti St Chicago Sam Wilson has displayed great taste in finishing tho interior of Mort Cecils now home on Grassy It is an oak finish and highly pol iuspectwtfrom furuidspecialty S870 ROUNDTRIP Lexington Ky to St Louis andl Return via Southern Rail waySundays Mondays Tuesdays Wednesdays and Thursdays Effective Sunday September 18th mill1 continuing until December 1st 104 the Southern Railway will sell coach ex torsion tickets on Sundays Mondays Tuesdays Wednesdays and Thursdays from Lexington and St Louis andre turn at rate of 870 Tickets good1 returning seven days tfrom date of sale No ticket however to be limited later than Dec 2d I0- 4n6rFor further information write or cell on 111 CREWS Traveling lasenger Agent 89 East Main Street Lexington Ky The Cecil Reunion At tho old homestead of Samuel Cocil deceased on Grassy there was last Friday held a reunion of sonsninlaws daughtersinlaw otc and all of tho latter class save two wore present The absent ones wore Mrs Oscar Cecil and Allison Rose Eight children thirty grand children and seven groat grand children honored the occasion with their presence Invited guests who were distant relatives andI friends respectively swelled tho crowd to 100 all of whom sat down to a sumptuous repast in tho shade of the towering trees in tho yard The dinner was all that a gourmand or epicure could desire Tho menu was not furnished us andstho old sayingItho proof of thoI pudding is in chewing tho bag was thus easily demonstrated Cako of two or throe different kinds fried and baked chicken etc was tho sample sent us and Longtmay live to enjoy lifes pleasures and many may bo their reunions is our warm wish cents c Eight cents a pound is what a young woman paid for twelve pounds of flesh She was thin and weak and paid one dollar for a bottle of Scotts Emulsion and by tak ing regular doses had gained twelve pounds in weight before the bottle was finished Eight cents a pound is cheap for such valuable ma terial Some pay more some less some get nothing for their money You get your moneys worth when you buy i Scotts Emulsion We will send you a little free SCOTT S BOVVNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl Street New York Soc and Sfoo iian druggists I w t Mi6SIhpAAhwJ1 laukonBhiD has rile ttUllcsotth Jdltor arid IUB bettor stiven eigh the for some extra flub Itnmat 3etiutnpplea grandeo11 fortheon day for their home at Bushton 111 Apropos Mr Murphy will stir up tho Kontuckians in that immediate purlHEHALD I Mrs Lola Kash and her sister Mondayforvisit relatives for n week Thence to Winchester to visit their uncles familiesflying visit to Lexington They will probably bo gone three weeks Abo Smith who is building tho dormitory hero on Monday re ceived a telegram from West Vir ginia notifying him of tho lentil of a brother who was killed on Sunday tight No particulars as 1to whether death was accidental or otherwise wore received but Mr Smith took tho 122 train over tho Oand K to attend tho burial Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contain Mercury As mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely do range the whole system when on tering it through tho mucous sur faces Such articles should never pr08criptiollRfrom damage they will do is ton fold to tho good you can possibly derive from thong Halls Catarrh turo manufactured by F J Chonoy it Co Toledo 0 contains no mercu ry and is taken internally acting directly upon tho blood und mu cous surfaces of tho system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure ho sure you got tho genuine It is taken internally and made by F J CHKNKY Co Toledo 0 Testi monials free Sold by druggists 75c Take Hulls Family Pills for constipation YOUNG MAN DROWNS George Schofield Seized With Cramps Sinks in Water of Lake Michigan George son of Mrs 0 M Scho field 5J2S Truman avenue this city was drowned late yesterday afternoon near Indiana Harbor The unfortunate young man was a steel worker at tho Harbor and with a number of companions had been camping about half a mile away from the town for some days Yesterday evening about oclock tho young plat wont into Lake Michigan for n swim Soot after entering tho water George was seized with cramps and sank be neath the water Ho arose and was taken in charge by a compan ion who got him pnrt of tho way to tho shore but was compelled to desist as to continuo with the heavy load meant that both would bo drowned so he had to leave George to his fate Tho alarm was quickly given and in about twenty minutes after ho sank tho body was recovered and medical aid did all possible to restore animation It was in vain as life was extinct Emmorlings ambulance was then summoned from this city and the body brought to tho morgue hero whore tho inquest was hold this after noonGeorge Schofield was 20 years of ago and bosido him there sur vivo him Mosdamos Ray of East Chicago Veach and Rhodes of this city Messrs John Schofiold of North Dakota Charles and Elmer and Miss Grace who is now at Hazel Groan Ky Funeral arrangements havo not yet been made but it is probable that the funeral will take place on Wednesday afternoon Globe East Chicago Indiana Miss Grace Schofield is tho young lady who was in charge ofI the Academy printing plant for some months and who by her modest demeanor and kindly disposition won the love of all who had tho pleasure of her acquaint ance To her and her mother brothers and sisters rUE HERALD extends sympathy and condolence in this hour of affliction Graco was very near and dear to Jtho edi Itor and his bettor sovenbighths who thoughtlier very lovable r- r iI l ITho Kind You Hnvo Always Bought and which has been uso for over 30 years has borno tIle Blcrimtnro of IInmlAll Counterfeits Imitations and Jnstnsgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA t Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor OH Pare gorlc Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ngo Is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Dlarrhwa and Vlnd Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho Stomach and Dowels giving healthy tutu natural sloop The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS rf Boars tho Signature of J IIf rm The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THl OtNTAUM OOUPANV TT MUNNAYTNIT NIW YONK CITY Great Clearance Sale Jil 27yO41lJilyO WO 1 Ttto Springd SummerII i CLOTHINGRegardless 1 f seaRIlj1son 11111theI 500 Mens Black and Blue Cheviot Serge and Unfin ished Worsted Suits regu lar price 12 18 and 201 Now 111 999 IIGreat reductions in all MensII Suits and Pants 250 Boys AllWool Pants forlmerp rIce 4 5 and 600 J IIr250 Boys Suits former price 1160 WOW 75C 350 pairs Boys Knee Pants IScper pair 2afor 25 cents 600 pairs Boys wash Knee pairWe you need the goods 1 Come early before our large stock is broken Louis GillSC SiPBDS +LEXINGTONS LEADING CLOTHIERS + PciII DAV r SucccBsor to 0 W Iowa Wholesale and Retail Liquor Dealers Grocers Etc Agents fox ie ixiigtoii Beep Special attention given to tho filling of mail orders Home Phone 31 Long Distance 10 MID SIDERLINGII III Jt 1J1VOKr AFTER USINGI CJ1 r HEALTH AND VITALITY PI naozxreltsraaxxvoHiaEixOTsa Z xxjxsi Tho great remedy for nervous proitratlon nail all diseases of there oratte i NsuliloodJmpotcncy F of lobacco or Opium which iCad to Consumption and JIIIGRUr With even 85 order we truarantea to cure or TefunllLho money Sold st 1ioe pad box 6 boxes for f600 DBMOTT alGl1IICU COt alevAJaI tltlld lt- F 10J r 4 II FEMALEWEAKNESS N2Id oo atrovrtumliUun Oct IT 1909 uprlotIesod I know whereof I speak I rat fired tot aloe months with wppre protrstedmr book and sides and 1 would hsve blinding henlMhei My limbs would swell up and I would fool so weak I could not stand up I naturally felt dUconraged for I eemod to be beyond the help of phyilclani but Wine of Oardnl came M a Oodiond to me felt a change for the better within IIweek After nineteen day I menstruated without uttering the agonies I uiuallr did and soon became regular and without pain Wine of i CardulI limply wonderful and I that all cutterlng women knew good qualities wllhIII h ITreasurer Portland Economic League f Periodical headaches tell of fe wale weakness Wino of Canlui cures permanently nineteen out of every twenty cases of irregular menses bearing down pains or I any female weakness If you are discouraged and doctors failed that iis the best haveII the world you should try Cardui now Remember that headaches mean female weakness Secure a 8100 bottle of Wine of Cardui today WINE CARDUII J JSTILLWATER SPARKLES r 0 I Quito n largo crowd a ttendcd tho Baptist Church Sunday 1 J L Taylor was rusticating in k Dronthitt Sunday Guoss 1 hud1I better not toll Ills biz On Inat Wednesday while work ing on thopipo lino an altercationt took placo in which Otis Linkous stabbed Robert Rose inflicting ta painful wound Tho patient ii- t is t doing well at this writing Lin SquirelITaylor Saturday morning charged1 with striking and cutting with a deadly weapon with intent to kill I a Ho wits hold to hail in tho sum of t 500 to answer in tho Wolfo Cir Clcult Court JA EM TE Out 3 Saves Two From Death Our little daughter had an nl most fatal attack of whooping cough and bronchitis H writes Mrs W K Haviland of Armonk N Y Abut when all other remedies failed wo saved her life with Dr Kings Now Discovery Our ueico who had Consumption in an ad vanced stage also used this won derful medicine and today she iis I perfectly well Desperate throe and lung diseases yield to Dr Kings New Discovery aa to no j othor modioino on earth Infalli ble for CouShs and Colds OOc 1 1and 100 bottles guaranteed by nil druggists Trial bottles freo TRENT TOPICS d Cal Cundiff made a flying visit to Campton Monday on business The school election in District Nok 25 went off all 0 K Mrs GK W Uoasloy and family visited her daughter Mrs J M Trout Sunday Wo aro informed that W II Ohairs Yollow Jacket stung n Re publican and made n truo Demo crat out of him M K Ohair informs us that hisI brother W II Ohair had tli t honor of casting ono Democratic vote in his life dnughterMisswater Sunday accompanied by Albert Hoasloy J II Campbell anti Cal Cundifft attended tho Odd hollow lodge at Hazel Groon Friday night Let tho good work go on Oct 0 LELAXD 04810nXAbin thelteKind You Haw Wwajs Boutjt Gof1Taxpayers Take Notice Tho taxpayers of Stillwator Olifty and Hazel Green precincts arc hereby warnoclllfat5 per coat penalty will 80011 bo in operation j thoyhI1 Delay mean a loss to you so como I I ruining CHARLBS M ROSE tE Deputy Shtriff x 1- U n I IDAN DOTS groat deal of sickness in this IAI communityHiram is dangerously ill of typhoid fever Quito e numbor of drummers wow calling on our merchants hero tho past week Mrs Robert Wills and two chil i SnItiLick are visiting relatives at this place I I Dr Swango of May town was I hero Thursday to see Mrs Castle who is suffering from o cancer on her brorst N B Mann and family returned Tuesday last from an extended visit at Jackson and other points in Breathitt county- J r Powers and wife nee Liza Mann recently moved into their now dwelling at tho storo We welcome them in our midst Hnck10fa to mourn her loss G Cleveland Mann and wife Charley Mann and Mason Powers returned Saturday from Salt Lick where they spoilt several days at tending tho reunion and visiting relatives and friends Oct H SlNBIIINK Confessions of a Priest Rev John S Cox of Wake Ark writes For 12 years I flu fin rod with Yollow Jaundice I consulted a number of physicians and tried all sorts of medicines but got no relief Then I began the use of Electric Bitters and fool that I am now cured of u disease that had mo in its grasp for twelve yours If you went n reliable medicine for Liver und Kidney trouble stomach disorders or gon oral debility got Electric Bitters Its guaranteed by all druggists Only oOc GOSNEYVILLE GLEANINGS n Do P Polfroy was in Cnmpton on Monday on business Miss Ilalio Byrd visited relatives at Leo City Tuesday the Indian summer is horn and it will cut tho parsnip crop short There is somo talk of n railroad being built from Glencoirn to this place II II Gillenwater of Kalama zoo Mich is stopping at the Palace CnmptonCourt Miss Edna Shackolford attended tho annual meeting at Antioch Sunday There was a bonn hulling and wool picking at John W Coxs Monday night- G H Finks tho energetic sales man for the Singer Manufacturing Co was in Campion Monday Tho hay fovor is quito prey abut hero but it is thought that it will abate as soon as tho rag weeds die C H Gosney shippod tho remainder of his family to Boron lust week and will go himself as soon as ho saves his fodder and makes his molasses Mrs Dr J II Stamper and GeorgeLongthrough hero Tuesday onrouto to Poke Berry Ky AoOno of tho most remarkable events in tho reading world last winter was the sudden interest do veloped in George Bernard Shaw Bud his work Every ono is now talking about him and his plays ofwhich Man and Superman has created most of tho sensation Pykeadiscussion of courtship in tho Octobor Cos mopolitnn will probably appeal more that any other tojthe intelli publicf tho month Going to Worlds Fair If so fake tho Loxuigton and Eastern from Jackson and note gooYSeason tickets good until Deeem sixtydaytickets1 1545 1 f i- tt5K J 5OOOOOOCASH GIVEN AWAY to Users o- fCOFFEEiLION7 t In Adriitirm to tie Regular Free Premiums Woucl Yo u i bkc aCheek UK T1IiTp- C s+ rJI l Cash to Lion Coffee users in our Great Worlds Fair Contest I Gf c k tt lUVJBlUOU 2n d6Q no 21jJ people get checks 2139 more will get them in tho I Presidential1 Vote Contest Five Lion Heads cut from Lion 1 Coffee Packages and ncent-cc stamp entitle you in addition to A the regular free premiums to ft one vote The 2ccnt stamp coy mj 4crs our acknowledgment to you H i that your estimate is recorded ij You can send as many cstU plates as desired Gram First Prize of S500000 will bo awarded to the ono who Is nearest correct on both our Worlds Fair and Presi dential Vote Contests We also offer J500000 Special Cash Prizes to Grocers Clerks Particulars In each case of Lion Coffee 2oioOOOO How Would Your Look on One TheseIf to be no for the money no advertise are ullng advertising so uf wewl11 benefit Hence for Heads WE GIVE BOTH FREE PREMIUMS CASH PRIZES P Complete Detailed Particulars Package ofcLION COFFEElw00LS- ON CONTEST TOLEDO OHIO COmmisSiOners SaleII o Court Kentucky o J T DAY AGAINST T F STAMPER Admr virtue a judgment order o of Wolfe Circuit Court rendered at April in above of 1000 inter est at of annum of April until paid 5000 1 to at Courthouse in to highest bidder at public auction on DAY NOVEMBER Court a credit of months follow described property towit A cer house lot in Hazel Green described as orI to Beginning on a set on Mallio coII X 41 E poles to stone on State Street thence street S 01 K 4 poles to a stake S 40110 to a set i to stable thence S W 3 pules 10 to a 40 E 32 to n set on College Avenue I its S 45 W 10 poles 4 I 1lh81JotI I poles to beginning purchase price purchaser suretII bearinglegalpaid hawing force effect a judgment Bidders be prepared to I comply promptly these C C FULKS- ft 3 Commissioner ANTE DTRUSTWORTHT LADY 1 or Gontlcinim to nmnnge business in I county adjoining territory for house i of financial Mantling straight salary sxpenscs Monday I direct moneyadvancedAddressManager BERT DANIEL I ll eter I dn61ntiStxTl6 NEWBERRYGLAY SHOE GO- HUNTINGTOJf W Sollciti mcrchants1- v r 1 be f all 1 k at t- In 8 Jj estl C in 0 on or W 5 we t for to etc f etc as t 1 d 1 t 2 10 20 60 1800 eee d uses coffee you will use get It will and Is such value you will take thats why we And we our both as wen as get a Lfott in 1 CO tic By of and sale the the term 1904 the cause for the sum with tho rate six per cent per from the 8th day 1890 and costs shall pro ceed offer for sale tho door the the 7th OF 1904 day upon six the illtaut and town the town Ky and I lows wit stone Mrs line then with her line 13J n the with said stone corner lot with his line 04J and feet stone S feet stone then with and fee tho For 4he the with sail the and ofI will with terms W this and anil solid each and paid each from tl1le Ky TilE VA thp 3x x 5 Jx 3 W t J k B n x mountain especial atuWhiskey absolutely ii- A unexcelled medicihal or as a stimulant + N Overi Pleased Customers Ihlpmcutu plain mnrkaolndlGt What will the total popular vote cast for President votes for candidates combined the election November 190- 4ja 1900 election 13959053 people voted for President For nearest correct gf mates received Woolson Spice Com jm panys office Toledo beforetNovember 1004 will give first prize the nearest correct estimate second prize thu next nearest follows First Prize 250000Second Prize 100000 PrisesS6o0U0cach1000005l-rises 20000 100000 Prlies 10000 100000 Prizes 6OOO 100000 Prizes 2000 100000n260 Prizes 1000 2GOOOO Prizes GOO 000000 2130 PRIZES TOTAL Name of Checks Everybody LZt COFFEE long enough acquainted with you suited convinced there other Then otherand money that usyou your AND Every SPICE DEPT Wolfe Circuit Plaintiff Defendant herein Campion County Frenchs 310IQll8 line approved 2000 5H5 SAlW JETT1WHOLESALE DEALER IN BeorIfr I WINCHESTER KY Solicits tho trade of the people nnd calls tention to tho fnct that Jott being pure iefor purposes pI w N W PRINTING rnuduln n 20000 a Wo have just received Noteheods 10000 Envelope 10000 Lettorhoads tie sadT will thou to order at a vory low prico for the alb o = u it JQio ONE FULL QUART OFIIE wsy fREEia Wo know the morning of won and wll do as te We earl dpi1ertti ll D18opiu 1d- bOIlt llortWWkey xtlen aNnotl or twutr n0 Nhlokerwnn1orWuCre oa InotJglo ekeiUIU1eil e UO toa tipermuiipiruoorwo win buyll hack thelYtdtnooilFaru JIIIk- nd tho ivopln National Bank and bit aid cptr11honest C URAlWrewFduI1JrueD1Wn IB llcn kw for 110 or will furnUh twenty full tuartD4 S dUII sal paptatktllrrepar lrnd cal etnrdHE CASPERRCO perqllrtestraC 1 u padtdecrfUr con Ibem all tnflulllA Am IIINaotauigq taorl ruiui lotift PTTPrinted promptly and at the lowest prices consistent with gOftlrial and firstclass workmanship Best stitcher in the ti