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I P lnch of NlUcil UxleltI over civil mining engineerin I engineering nlso 11111 leading- ha lit studies are pro facultymi wner1 faculty number nearly ftfh professors and instructors fuel and lightdormitoriesillI County appointees receive tuition room rent i expensesi equipped comprehensive anda- dorn fOmellii t L Legislature appropriated lailtuffor menlleRotl home bulldill for ge 5 arecomplete1 30000 for drill hull 111111 for liS required by idla and providedfullyuse Military tactics science aro fdtfei0mduntes nit excellent positionsI readily ffrom the several courses of study of the ability j of the- htzetunlpply2liberal remunerHtion The demand is largely ill excess L8t year the fUltriculation WIIS t0 hero charge of each lc UfccW SIN with tho number of nsii tantsnecessary fur pedagogy engin j tof natural science Summer schools are provided I rflclioll ill the title of college llte118t hitherto t uicky though bearingoll e of Kent sense universitydoing in properI cllth any L 9alyIgstitutioni in the Com mOil facilities forprovides letinf the college lame for young women conveniences including be If d lodging with all modern and lighted by steal d room for physical culture It is heAted by r 1 education In classic I dstunity ill thus nffimled to them of a thorough metaphysics hbtorynm tgel literature science mathematics logic advantages for cducaoffers my No other institution jn the State College of Kentucky at nil comparable to tlloso out fed by theState information regarding gups method of obtaining nppointments y and terms of admission apply PATTEHSOS tn Ph U L1 DII JAMES K JII FR ZEE Business JAgent Iexhlgtnn Ky 19045th- l l I erm Begins Septemberl A H HAMPTON JeW POINTER CalhlerI PAID j iInesscareful service every attention and accommodation consistent with cor rect banking principles LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY Time Table in Effect Oct 16 1904 WEST BOUND Aol klIMFrufDallyex8TATiONSj IjS Diiilr 01 I Sundayw 11 Sunday- AM AraIi II IMArr tj 25 am 0 J nck onI 0 2 SB Iln 8 2 J 7 20 am 20 UeattrveJe 20 tlllni 7 47 am j 40 3 47 ipm 401Torrentj801 am 44 j 01 pro S 2S am 57Stautoll 67 30 pm- S M 4 39 rtn37 am 01ClayCity9 lOam 08 pm u 23 am OJItfJUIIOU110IliI 201a 0510 10 ami um EAST BOUND o2 KM No4 nAuru STATIONS n rally cx Suudar i 1 Sunday PMLvel Ii I AMlTf 2 i pat 0 Lexington Ol 7 45 am 3 10 12 aUl- 3 60 11011101Willcheler 2018 13 aUl- i 14 M 23 am 4 M pm 57 INM I IIritJjei lil am 4 4HI IIIIdjTorreut r0 1008 arn 511 inn 70 HeittrvVJc 01029 am- I ti 11 nniOO UKiluiHn UO 11 20 an 0 15 pro94 Jackioti 141130 nm Noi 3 and I make close coniiFolion for Cannel City and points on Ohio nnd Ku lucky Itallway 1Ivblou daily except Sun dayLoa 1 and 2 connect nt L E Junction with Chesapeake and Ohio lor Mt Sterling and local point Nos 1 and 2 connect nt Ileattyvllle June tlon with L A A for neattyvllfc daily ex cept Sunday J U IiABBGeaI Manager CIIAS SCOTT Gen Pan Agent u KILLTHi COUCHA- ND CURE7NELUNCSWITH New Discovery- F CONSUMPTION 50c100 Price Ul Free Trial surest and Uuickcat Cure for aU THEOAT and LUNG TEOUB LES or MONEY SACS- LjltGo to tho polls Saturday anti voto for your choipo for the different county offices f I t K Ci t+LACONIC+LINKS+tw H Teddy now has nIIbif head ns well as nUbig stick As usual tho trusts aro tho win tiers The pooplo will have to pay tho cost NNN Tho Administration nood not try any morn truRtLusting until tho spring of 11K8 Somo of tho Republican spoil bindors to show their stronouaity swallowed their false tooth ft 4 Tho Republicans claim that Douglas made that rnco in Massa chusetts with sevenleague boots Another ono of Teddys Mar shals in the Philippines is to Ibo tried for duplicating hid wives and pay accounts Tho American people have de aided for tho timo boing that they do not want tho Constitution ito follow tho Hag Tho Into puro food convention ndjourned without giving any light as to what has become of the full dinner pun a Wo advise the Russians to stop shooting tho Japanese and lire on tho bystandors Maybe thoy will hit a Jnp now Bud then It is reported that one of the pilgrims to Ksopus stolo one of Judge Parkers pigs This man iis certainly noting hoggish It N Serious objection is being made to George Merediths proposal ofl tonyear marriage cOtractstho say it is ontiioly too long It In 1810 and also in 1872 tho Democratic dofoat WOK worse than this year And at the next dice tions they swept tho country A seventyyear old bachelor in Boston married an eighteenyear old girl who hug tWICO boon a widow Ho must have wanted youthfulnoss null experience com bined N It is unnecessary for tho Ad ministration to investigate tho beef trust as it was decided on November 8th that said trust was ono of tho good II ones 11N While Indiana gnvo a big Re publican majority there seems to bo no doubt but that Rho will con tinue to insist on Doing doubtful in the future campaigns The war tax on cigars in Japan has increased their cost from two to fifteen edits apiece but of coureo no patriotic Japanese will abstain from smoking thorn n Dr Pnrkh first pronchod his sor nun boforo election without mOIl coning nay presidential candi date So wo have something for which all hands Bro thankful Republicans will bo compelled to lower the tariff a littlo in order to derive revenue oleo thorn wont bo money enough in the Treasury to go around to nil the graftors It is roporiod that Chauncy Do pew is to bo appointed Ambassa dor to London Chauncy finds his jokos are gutting stale over hero and wants to try them on London I A very largo Baltimore family found it necessary to air thoir troubles in court The Judgo flood ovary one of thorn which ought to insure peace in that family for tho future Several of Teddys cabinet off J I x ivi You Must SleepIf you cannot it is due to an irritated or congested state of the brain which will soon de vclopc into nervous prostration Nature demands sleep and it is as important as food it is a part of her building and sustaining process This period of unconsciousness relaxes the mental and physical strain and allows nature to restore cx haustcd vitality Dr Miles Nervine brings refreshing sleep because it soothes the irritation and removes the congestion- It is also a nerve builder i it nourishes and strengthens ev cry nerve in your body and creates energy in all the organs Nothing will give strength anti vitality as surely and quickly as Dr Miles NervineD- nrliiK the punt winter I hAil two nttnckn of lnOrlppo which left mo very weak it ml In bed condition I wns no norvotm I coulil not ultwp My wife utter trying different remedies went for n doctor Tho doctor was out and n neighbor recommended Dr Mlles Nervine and who drought home n hottlo I unit not slept foriomo time and hail trrrlblo ruins In my heod- Afttr taking n few doses of Nervln thn pnln wan not no revere and I ulrpt 1 nm now taking tho second lH ImrrllOtJJI1Dr Mlle Nervine I li told by yourii druoolit who will Duaranteo that the first bottle will benefit If It falls he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind curs had much to say during thin campaign of tho Constitution being violated in tho South If wo know anything about it tho Con stitution has boon on cold storage for quito a while I While the vote shows that tho people evidently did not want any change the foot that tho Demo cratic candidates for Governor in many States nil ran ahead of thu national ticket show that thn poopln have faith in tho honesty of Democratic ofiicials Mrs Crockott Pack has Limn thanks ol tho editor und his hotter seveneighths for a splendid pie mellon and tho way the editor on joyed tho pies was a caution O41Oll3ABears thefieKM Yofl have AIm Beat BJgiuturecf Y Negro Killed by Jack Howard At midnight between Wednesday anti Thursday of Limo past weok George Wilson a nogro agod 20 yours was instantly killed by Jack Howard n white man at the lat tors homo jibout nine miles from Jackson not far from Frozen Crook Tho particulars as wu wore able to gather thorn from oyowitnossos are as follows It iis stated that Jack Howard on the night mentioned invited Goorgo WiUon and several other colored mon to his homo to par ticipnto of intoxicants The party accepted the invitation and an soon as they entered tho homo of Howard he Howard opened ilro on tho crowd one of tho shots taking effect in tho left side of Wilson below the ribs from which ho died almost instantly Tho next morning his friends canto to Jackson purchased n coffin and prepared his body for burial Jackson Hustler Not a Sick Day Since I was taken severely sick with l kidney trouble I tried nil aorta of medicines none of which ro liovod mo Ono day I saw an ad of your Electric Hitters and de termined to try that After tak a tutu doses I felt relieved and soon thereafter was entirely cured mad have not soon a sick day sinco Neighbors of mine havo been cured of Rheumatism Neuralgia Liver and Kidney troubles dud General Dol ilityThi is WhatIL IP lass of Fremont N 0 w tMlOnly 50oM at all druggiiU ra r i I THE HERALD SPEHCER COOPER xntir e HAZEL GREEN KVI THURSDAY Nov 17 1001 I ANNOUNCEMENTS roil STATE 8KKAT01U are authorized to an WHEEL ERWe SAM WHEEL Ell ass ciindiditiu for State Senator to represent thin district subject to the action of tho Democratic party We are authorized to anCOOPER nouncu Spencer Cooper for Suite Senator of the district subject to the notion of the Democratic party Committee Meeting i At a mooting of tho Democratic Committee of tho 34th Senatorial District of Kentucky hold in the court house of tho town of Jackson Ky ntl oclock p m standard time on July 20 1UOI pursu ant to a cull of John S Carter chairman of said district The following members of said corn mittiie wore presort John S Cur ter Alliu Latulrum Ed Callahan and E Ii Arnott and Vm Kay proxyOn lEd Callahan John S Carter was elected Chairman a and 1E B Arnett Secretary tlf said meeting Whereupon E B Arnett offered Hid following resolutions which i wore rend and unanimously adopt i ed by said meetingJ- tK40iVKl That the Democrat of the Mill Senatorial Dintiiu of lKentucky imuinble tniuntuilvcK in MUM Convention at the court house at their respective county cent in said district at the hour vi I o clack p m standard time on Xov W JJOI to select dubgates to attend the convention to he held at Caney IKy on11 Dec SII HUM at I oclock Htnndard time to xolect a candidate fur Jroniitnr of time J 3ltli Senatorial Dinrid of Kentucky to be vuteil for at tho giwral election to bo held in Nuveumher1O i IlftsoivrO Thai each county nhall be entitled tu tine vote tor etei two hun p Bred votes uitxt fur the Democrit c noun inee for President at the Novem ber election 1 IOI and one vote fort each fraction over one hundred votes enL for Hnid nominee fur President at said Novnnbor flection HUM t HUSOIVKD That all IVmucrntH over i 21 years of age rural nil Democrats who will ha 21 vonrtdf use on or before tho November election 1105 bo entitled to vote in said Minos meetings lUwoivut That a copy of these reso lution be sent to the Muzd linen Her CountyNewsI lion On motion tb moUiiii adjourned JOHN S CAIITKK Chia E B AUSBTT IScty O- Bmi I1 OUT Ar the ihe Kind II BdUjM uGofZJ M Connoll representing the Troovillo Nursery Co of Tennessee was hero this week dolivoring fruit trees Plus reminds us that it iis passing strange why any turn will buy fruit or ornamental trees or anything of tho kind from a sales man of any nursery when ho can buy as good or hotter from H F Hillonmeyor eC Sons of Loxing ton And tho beauty of buying from these gentlemen is twofold f in that you salvo tho salesmans salary or commission as tho case may bo and at tho same time got trees that are acclimitod and abso Jutoly guaranteed as represented AVo know whereof wo spook hay ing bought fruit trees of thorn Hows This Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that oonnot bo cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J OHKNKY C- o1ropsrolodo 0 Wo the undersigned have known P J Choney for tho last 15 years and boliovo him perfectly honor able in all business transactions financially nblo to carry out any obligations made by his firm WALDINO KIXXAN it MAUAMN J Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in tornally acting tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price 75c per bottle Sold fjiutkeDruggists Testimonials froo fj ly Pills for con iU11atiOl I I i trI r The Primary Election Held Last I a Saturday The primary election held Sat urday lust was in many respects aa groat a surprise us tho nnticnul election hold the Tuesday beforeI In the taco for Shoriir for ini stance Combs was traded off in the intoroat of n man for anotherI office and thus defeated by a ma jority of 20 We wore interested in his election because he was an announced candidate and a per sonal friend and nut because ufI any animosity to Mr Cox who was his victorious opponent THE HEIIALD stands ready to support tho entire ticket as nominated and will do so as heartily as though each and every mnn were i our iindividual I choice They are all good nice and not one of thom i but will make u good oHicor in tho nomijnutedthe SUII O view of the matter bury all personal preference and get ready to give tho Democratic party a rousing majority 12 mouths hence Following aro tho mnjorii ties in the respective races und wo nro sorry vo could not got the vote ulltiruII County uclgcG T Cen ters majority over John D Ruse 801 County Attorney G BStumIpars majority over W B Dull 178 County CorkR L Carroll no opposition 09- 7SheriffJ i W Coxs majority over AT Combs 20 Superintendent School W II Chambers majority over JJ W Paul lice 1- 2JuilorW G llalsoys major ity over Bill JJrowor 107 I mnjcrityUICoronorFrnnk I UI Opposition 00- 0MugtetrateJohn I Brooks ma jority over John Evans 17 Doosont Respect Old Age Its ehameful when youth fails to shw proper respect for old age l lit just the contrary is tho case ofI Dr Kings Now Life Pills They cut oil maladies no matter how ageDyspopsia stipation all yield to this perfect pill 25c at all druggits In a difficulty Catting AffrayII Saturday evening just after the polls closed Jack Lawson cut Clint Taylor inflicting a very se splitfromthrough tho muscle of tho cheek After ho was cut Taylor pulled his pistol and fired at Lawson inflict ing a slight flesh wound on the arm Frank Center attempted to arrest Lawson but ho escaped and Center telephoned Marshal Dye to bo on tho lookout for him as it was thought ho would ty to make his way to Virginia and pass through Hazel Ureon A Runaway Bicycle Terminated with an ugly cut on the leg of J B Ornor Franklin Grove Ill It developed a stub born ulcer unyielding to doctors and remedies for four yours Then Bucklens Arnica Salvo cured Its just as good for Hume Scalds Skin Eruptions and Piles 25cI at all druggst You Must Pay Up Thorn are between two and three hundred of our subscribers who are in arrears Wo need tho money they own us need it badly to pay tho printer and buy paper and if YOU are ono of them wo will tako it as a favor if you will conic in and square up Wo have no time to go out and collect and if those who owe us do not pay up at once wo will put tho accounts in tho Thoyhaveliko to do this but wo must have our money to pay our own debts Thiscollectingagoncy night wound your feelings and wo dont want to So to save any ill fooling como in and play up Aftor next week wo will cut off ALL who are not paid up and put thin account CollectingAgency The names of tho successful can didates for tho different county oflices will appear at tho head of our editorial columns next week ij i ALL THE STATES AT THE WORLDS FAIR Many Beautiful Pavilions and Preten tious Buildings Show Forth the Enterprise of American- Commonwealths A beautiful city has grown up anion time trei a on the Worltla Fair grounds nt St Louis It has nothing to do with the immense exhibit palaces hut Is n thing apart The houses In this new city are of various styles of architec nlIIWInncc and Inviting Never before have so many notable and historic buildings been constructed in one group This new city might be called the City of the States for the houses Included ID it are time state buildings at the Fair1 The city Is not compact but some what straggling as befits tin plctur esuueness of the view Vet there Is nothing suggestive of a Strlngtowu ouelhe PIke about this city for the grounds surrounding each of the houses are beautified with gardens typical of time state represented All time states are to be represented at time Worlds Fair This means a great deal a shining triumph fur the Louisiana Purchase exposition and furnishes another Illustration of the fact that this Kvpnsltlons completeness Is time marvel of the age Fiftyone states territories and pos sessions of the United States have taken the steps necessary to partici pate In the Worlds Fair on an Impor tant scale Hut two states were still outside the fold at the last report and In each of these was a well dellned movement in favor of being represented at time Fair with buildings 111111 exhibits New Hampshire the old home state and Delaware are the states rep ferred to In New Hampshire a fund for participation Is being raised privately by patriotic citizens so that In the event of legislative Inaction this commonwealth may be represented The states and territories are expending over 7000000 In their efforts to show oft to best advantage at the Exposition This is a million and a third more than was expended at the Chicago exposition by the states In addition to this large cities In many states will have municipal exhibits the funds for which are tint Included In these figures Time municipal exhibit idea Is entirely novel From a number of the states there will be prominent I county exhibits provided by special ap propriation of county funds This City of the States presents a picture of surpassing beauty Nature lulls done much to aid In the creation of the picture Never before lots any exposition been able to grant such ad vantageous sites for state buildings The buildings are situated on n plateau about seventylive feet higher than the level ground to the north upon which stand the mala exhibit palaces There are hills and ravines here anti then enabling the Inmlscnplstn to lay out n most delightful pattern of roads and terraces and lawns Tho smallest of the state buildings Is that of Arizona which stands near the southeastern entrance to the grounds One of the largest Is that of Missouri from the dome of which It Is said that Perilous time very finest view of time Thillinulsjwnco architecture built at n cost of 105000 Near by Is the reproduc tlon of the Cnblldo at New Orleans in which the Louisiana Purchase transfer ceremonies took plnccLoulslnnns state building Ohio has n clubhouse of highly ornate design In the architec ture of the French renaissance Illi nois is prominent with n most ipre tentious structure with wide verandas null a commanding cupola A description of each of the stnte buildings dth any detail would more than fill n newspaper page It Is only possible here to hurt at some of time Interesting structures California for Instance has reproducer In exact size the famous old La Uabldn Mission Connecticut presents n repllwi of the Slgonrney residence at IInrtford home of the poetess Lydia Huntley Slgour ney in her time This building Is said to be the finest specimen of purely colonial architecture now stnndlnc The New Kentucky Home from the Blue Grass State la a handsome club house that would make some of the mansions along Fifth avenue New YorL city look Insignificant Beau roll the quaint old house which Jet ferson Davis owned end occupied for ninny years Is reproduced by Missis slppl Its wide verandas or galleries nppenrnnceWnshluJtons I town N J are rcproductVl by New Jersey Virginia contributes Monti cello the home of Thomas Jefferson The state of Washington contributes a structure of unique design It IsI called the Wigwam five stories nshinRtonforestswith gigantic diagonal timbers rising from the ground and meeting In an apex ninety feet In the air above which Is built an observatory from which n splendid view of tho Exposi tion may be bad An elevator willI carry visitors to the observatory New York rcnnsjjvanht Ohio Ar F ONLY ONE DOLLAR 0 II KROOERPresldeat LEO J VAN LAIIR e W JEWELL Vice Presidents If you have only Ono Dollar to spare cent It ta TOO oYMenl 8Ios BonkB SIM8 ft And open nn account to which you can add withdraw nt any time wherever you may be oe Any sum from Jl to 5000 will be accepted BookletBANKINGA I G FW MAIL C Sent Lion on All accounts in this bank are strictly conHden InterestUe ProvMoM SEIYIDIISS BBankn I Til1 Coij Chamber of Commerce IlldtC Cincinnati o kansas Colorado West VTrgfnm im diana Wisconsin Texas and many other states are represented by build IllImlrutlollappropriate Idea for the big Lone Star State Iowa has n magnificent mansion with classic porticoes and n central tower containing an observ0 tory chamber Kansas Indian Terri tory and Oklahoma each uphold the growing reputation of the southwest for enterprise und fertility of re sources Charley Taylor a student from Mason county rooming at AI Dyes is very iill of fever His sister arrived Tuesday to nurse him and his mother was summon od by telegraph yesterday Shako Into Your Shoes pninIfuby nil druggists and shoe stores Dont accept any an Institute Sun plo free Address A S Olmsted Lo Roy X Sam YII hurt last week is still iu a painful condition and he is unable toI work Tin JlEUAiiDand American Far only5O1 LIPPINCOTrS MONTHLY MAGAZINE A FAMILY LIBRARY The Best in Current Literature I 12 COMPLETE NOVELS YEARLY MANY SHORT STORIES AND PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS 250 PER YEAR 25 era A COPY NO CONTINUED STORIES C EVERY NUMBER COMPLETE IN ITSELF THE State mutual life Assurance Association O- FwonCE TEn MASS t PAYS ANNUAL DIVIDENDS PAID UP INSURANCE AND CASH SURRENDER VALUES FIXED BY LAW I ZPaT JUST A LITTLE TALK WITH ROSE MARKS IT lUCWT ALL RIGHT C B ROSE DISTRICT MANAGER JACKSON KY M N W I MFHhMueri Sons IBLUE GRASS NURSERIES LEXINGTON KY 1 Offer for tho Full of 1904 a J Ornamental I 4 Small Fruits Shrubs Aspnr ague and everything for Or JJ chard Lawn anti Garden A Descriptive catalogue on 1 application 10tf V I + RIPANS Tabulea Doctors find A proscriptionFor The 5cent packet is enough for usual oc casions The contalneasupplythem GOOD BAKING besthnhrbreadfrnlllyour skill by wring the best material BEST PATENT OR- MOUNTAIN LILly bywllterfllUippedItllIergrain they please the most particular Mansfia4Flonr R C Mansfield Son ROSSLYN KENTUCKY Hwtia FORA SltlttlM 1t- lT 1- ATIi II M WILBUR R SMITH LEXINGTON KY Vat circular of hli f mon n T rupeMlH COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY USWMt Awarded Hedal at World ExpacUto t Rffeti to thousands of graduates to polt1qe Dart of rail BacIacM Cear4laetudIe1 tlora Rook and Road In family outI-Shorthand TypWritin and 3pltJ lU i WThe Kentucky UnUenltr Dl- ftaaN1dNNaawrdedmtrJuta LltertrrOo- HoYacsUcm Internow a- In order to Aar row Uttrrt reach m WILBUR R SMITH LazIagtoeEys- THE WORLDS FAIR SHORT LINEv SoutneIn Bailw81I 43 MILES THE SHORTEST FastestBest to the Worlds Fair Only line operating SOLID TRAINS Irons LexlrJton to St Louis without Incas veniencc of chance of cars Look at the Schedules DAYLIGHT TRIP liSt Louis Exposition Limited Leave lexlngtou6IO a m daily Leave loulsll1e900 n m daily Arrive St Louis 456 pm duly Solid train of Pullman Sleepers Stand- and Dining Car meals served A Is Carts sad Day Coaches through from Lexington to St Louis without change NICHT TRIP Worlds Fair Flyer mdaWLeucArrive St Jouis73i a mdally- Solid train of Pullman Sleeiiers Day Coaches and Free Itecliniuc Chair Can Ironi Lexington to St Louis without change All trains make close connection ot Union Station St Louis with Vabash Suburban service and Electric Cars direct to the groundsRound Rates from L1 ington us follows 1240 good returning fifteen days 1385 good returning sixty days 1665 good returning until December IbIbth Tickets will be on sale daily at the a rattts 870 good returning seven dap Excursion a1Conchhates For information call on or write BC KINO Ticket Agent 89 East Main Street Lexington Ky T W CREWS Traveling Puss Agent 89 East Main Street Lexington Ky C ILHUNGEKFORD D P A 234 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky- G D AMEX A U P A St Louis Mo DR F C BAKES PHYSICIAN AND SU GEON HAZEL GREEN KYd QullitDr when not professionally 0 enga 1Dr HARLAN STAMPER DentUt and Optician oIItOffersand adjoining counties Gold filfP Sand crown work are specialties i tmined and glasses iclentificallly ao i I Jl jiHERAID WANTED 5000 Shaved Shingles delivered Apply at this office at once Dr Bakes and wifo have taken rooms with J B Cecil and wife JD Lanten of Jackson was here Sunday visiting Miss Mary Bfonneman A J Gilbert 0 R Williamson Barnett Grehan and P H Olivell of Lexington are in town this week Mrs Dr Stamper andchildren will leave today for Elkatawa to visit hor mother for a week or so T A Magill with the American Clothing Co Louisville was in terviewing our merchants Tuesday Bruce Duff of Spencer and Willie Day of Bethel arrived hero Tuesday and will visit relatives in and about Hazel Groan indefi nitely OASXOBJA- BntheThe Kind You Haw Always Bought Bignttaro 4IIflt Mrs Lizzie Johnson nee Collins worth of Muscogeo Indian Torn tory is visiting F N Day and family Curtis Lacy has the thanks of the editor and his bettor seven eighths for a nice mess of fresh shoat I have a nice lino of collins cas kets etc on hand at all times J W CHAVKNS L Hazel Green Ky Charley Rose on Monday bought of Logan Little three fat hogs ng gregating 870 pounds at four cents a pound Dr J H Stamper the dentist left left today for Lee City where he will be professional engaged for a week or so Judge Charley Cardwell and his soninlaw Frank Murphy with their respective families on Mon daYstarted for Oklahoma Miss Cordie Brenneman left here Sunday for Cincinnati where she will bo tho guest of two aunts until tho first of the year Mrs Ellen Swango of Mont gomery county last Thursday visited her brother W W Quicksall and wife of this place and on Sunday loft for homo Miss Myrtle Ringo who has been visiting relatives in Mouefeo and Montgomery counties came home on Tuesday very much pleased with her trip Miss Annie McGuire and Miss Alva Gillaspie of near Gillaspies choolhouso paid our office a visit on last Thursday but failed to seethe workings of the press t The attention of our readers is called to the solo of Jordan Wills personal property on Saturday at which he will soil stock crop etc Everybody is invited to attend Henry Wilson Nathan Hollon Iud Buford Nickel1 together with QuincyOldfleldSave the last named loft Hole chawa Monday for the Indian Territory whore they will make their future homes ofJacksonMondaycountyJnnwo or threo years past they have Torntarthey place lIko the old Kentucky homo a Rev C W Williams the pastor thislaceswill consider himself honored J the mombers of Hazel Green willrsomethingtPecial ilse CASTORIAI for Infants and Children M WH You Have Always Bought athtF 7 WestLibertyj lug the Methodist Churchat this wonIderfully1 I appearancea I islhereenlargingphotographs in the school at Jackson which photography andkilledaccidentally Tuesdayandsum of 2000 CurtisLncyand liridnymghtmains wore buried Saturday afrer SebronWalters Charley Reagan who recently removed from here to Menefee came up yesterday and it is amus gotlostMcCausey railroad Mrs Rosa Belle Hollon has the thanks of the editor and his better seveneighths for a nice little ham from a shoat which made us a bake fit for the gods John M Rose A Co are in ro coipt of the best lino of goods prices considered that over camo to Hazel Green Furniture clothing saddles etc etc Mr Rose showed our own about town some of these goods and pricod them so low that wo doubted his sanity But when we investigated we found that he was talking just right Cull1 und see for yourself Some ono last waok shot and killed a faithful dog belonging to Al Dye for no other reason it is said than pure cussedness though many think it was done by some one in revenge for an arrest Mr Dyo had made he being Town Marshal The dog was a pot and valued very highly because ho had guarded Miss Artio faithfully through childhood Bozzio was his pet name and ho was laid to rest with nil the solemniity becom ing the sorrow of appreciative friends Mr Dyo says ho has no idea who could have done the deed proverbs II When the butter wont come put a penny in the churn is an old time dairy proverb It often seems to work though no one has ever toldwhy When mothers are worried because the children do not gain strength and flesh we Scotts Emul say give them sionIt is like the penny in the milk because it works and because there is something astonishing about it Scotts Emulsion is simply a milk of pure cod liver oil with some hypophosphites especially prepared for delicate stomachsChildren take to it naturally because they like the taste and the remedy takes just as naturally to the children be cause it is so perfectly adapted to their wants For all weak and pale and thin children Scotts Emulsion treat is the most satisfactory ment We will send you I the penny I e A I sample freeII I Before that this picture In of a Ubel is on the the form 01 every bottlewnpper Emuluon you boy ofII SCOTT a BOWNE j i Chemists I Pearl St N V409 Soc and 100 BlldrereWJ I km1iiP44jmlast ty to be gone about two weeks IDrA unlaseupon como m and pay up he will have havoti ting Mrs Lula Kash and son Josses returnedTuesdayJesse undorwont an operation for catarrh Miss Daisy visited her uncles Floyd and John Day and their families at WinchosterI The Hazel Green Oil and Gas Co is putting down the gas mains as fast as possible and the citizens of ir town may bo able to use the new fuel and light by the first ef December w T Caskoy has boon actively hying our town for some days past but was Tuesday evening taken sud donly ill and yesterday he was con fined to his bed Charley Wybol this week moved Valloytoployed until spring At the latter place now wells are being sunk producersC C Redgrave of Indianapolis Indiana will bo in Hazel Green next week and will deliver store opticon lecturos on thus evenings of the OJM and OIH His subjects will be The Missions of tho C W BMand tho Pioneers of the Reformation Everybody should hoar these lectures and sell his tolling pictures illustrating the mission stations of tho Christian Womans Hoard of Missions Our friend non Murphy tho only Democrat in tho bunch is a candidate for Assessor of Morgan I county and wo hope ho will the nomination Ono IundII sure and that is if Bun is as woll i known over Morgan as ho is in his own neighborhood no nunn can beat him Bon Murphy is one of tho cleverest boys that over camo down the rond and if ho gets tho nomination he will bo elected bII big majority and make a firstclass i Assessor I Mosdames Daniel and Derthick had a narrow escape in a runaway ono day lust week While going down tho hill to tho Cane ford tho backing strap broke tho buggy ran onto the horse and ho begun kicking when the occupants began to tumblo out Mrs Dorthick hold to thus lines until they broko when she was thrown out and the horse ran up tho creek to Lewis Henrys Tho buggy was smashed into smithereens but asido from a few bruises thus occupants wore uninjured Mr Henry hitched up a team and took thorn to West Liberty Dr H II Stamper of Campton one of the most popular physicians in this section a Mason an Odd Fellow and a K P dropped dead at his homo on Friday morning last and his remains worn laid to rest on Sunday The Masons bo ing the oldest fraternity to which he bolonged the funeral was held under the auspices of that order and the crowd at the burial was very largo Harvo as ho was fa miliarly called by his friends numbered his friends by his ac quaintance all who know him be ing his friends Indeed wo never heard that ho had an enemy and a man who can thu3 live is surely prepared to die Pence to his ashes In tho Holly district last Saturday Amos Graham defeated Tom Hollon for the nomination for magistrate to tho surprise of every man in tho county perhaps As the world wags Amos is in popu lar parlanco a good follow but with his past record before the people how ho could win over a man like Mr Hollon is a question that puzzles tho people Mr Urn ham however when ho announced his candidacy also announced that ho would uso neither whisky nor I money in tho election and if nom inated ho would devote himself toii this discharge of the duties of the office and strictly conform to the law which probably accounts for his nomination Lotus hope that be is earnest and sincere in tho matter t Tho Kind You Have Always Bofeght anti which Ilea beenY iu use for over 30 years has borno tho aiwnatnro et IInu1All Counterfeits Imitations anti Justasfrood arc but Experiments that triilo with and endanger tho health of 1 Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA i1 Castoria to n harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gorlc Drops nnd Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itlqcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic tmbstnnco Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worm and allays Fovcrlslmcss It cures Diarrhooa and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles citrojf Constipation 4 nnd Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sloop Tho Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend f GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS t rf Boars tho Signature of rl rra The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TMC CINTAUM COMPANY TT MUNHAV THtT NIW tOKK OrTV THE 4 GREAT CLOTHING HOUSE OF LOUIS GUS TRAUS LEXINGTON KY Is now Displaying the Largest and Finest tt Stock of f FINE CLOTHING IN KENTUCKY The Largest Stock of Overcoats The Largest Stock of Rain Coats The Largest Stock of Boys and Childrens Clothing VMnke our house your headquarters when in Lexington I PJIIn Dr VIraSuccessor to 0 W Howe LiquorDealers H Agents top Lexington BeerSpecial attention given to tho filling of mail ordorefJTome Phone 31 Long Distance 10 XT STERLlGr KEii1Jl1103E r u HEAL1H AND VITALITY stto zraZ- LlfB- asp Ilzi7CPf7i PI r Manhes4ImpotencyThe Irrea remed for nertoua prostration sad oil dlaasN of the eaereQM of Tobacco orOplum which lead to CoMlIIUOa lid JalllUtWl aanner f It order we ruaraatHI to cure or retard the coney sw at 1 lM- y If born ter l6ee IN WZD3 CMKICA1L W ae J l t y f T II I DraUUlnuPai j 2825 Koeler St Cuiciao ILL Oct 2 1902 I suffered with falling and con j t 1 levcrpGina I ttruation had blinding headaches end rushing of blood to the brain IWhat to try I knew not for itI that I had tried all and failed but I had never tried Wine i of Cardui that blessed remedy for lick women I found it pleasantito take and soon knew iI the right medicine New bloodItteemed to course through my I and after using eleven bottles III WM a well woman oj4MM flush is now in perfect health because iho took Wine of 1 I diaonlenIrtmedieeIAnyIi i may secure ing Wino of Cardui in her home The first bottle convinces the pa I tient she iis on the road to health For advice in cases requiring givingrr I I i t AdvisoryDepartment i i friWINE CARDUI I LEE CITY LOCALS 0 E P Ilobbs was pure Saturday to vote improvingII i 1 this I1 wcokSJ IJ Little is having his dwell I MII D D Miller is having a iloor put in his storo Marion 1 Klysohl1 Friday to Paris t Row a mare for 100If finiehoflogsaJ B hose of Morgan was iini town Thursday on business Kit Allen has bought a half inI etoruIParis Rose sold on Monday to 4M V Honsloy a mulo for 125 i Jamos Wilson of Canoy waghero last Thursday on bU8ina8RI Henry Terrell was lodged in thoIi i lockup for drunkenness lastTuos t dayAI Candidates woro plontiful last weok and n warm primary was hold f I IClovoland Allon did not hold wook on account of thJi ielectionOur merchants had a fino trade i Saturday Tie is somothing un usual herooj Saturdaytits an Nora Glover John T Graham and wife loft Saturday for Holly Mr Price I Colo handling Undo Sams busi hose during his abeoncotThoro was a largo crowd in town Saturday to bo so fow drunk r There was not a single racket nor- a shot fired thoeleotionand every one that aided him by voting for him Saturday Mr Kash who represents Trimi bio Grocery Co of Mt Sterling was hero Wednesday calling on our merchants Ho sold Mr Nickell nico hill of grocorios tlo aro all vory well pleased with tho way this procinot wet It nave Mr Allen a majority of 117 Mr Taulbeo 12 Mr I soy got n largo majority and Mr Duff a majority of 81 Republi calls woro interested enough to quit their work and getin the sad dlo Thoro was moro money n l time spent in tho Suporintondol- race hero than any other two races ITho election last Tuesday won quiet with ono oxooptiou Snm i p Allen and Andy Wilson came vo I ueur causing somo bad trouble I musthavetolvors pulled iii tho twinkling of erneblocta iI so one pee hurt tIHII1 sv RED J O t r I c N it ft J 6 k1 lilWt Could rot Do Without It WlNCHEBTEB KY NOV 8 1901- jSpencer Cooper Hocol Green Ky SIR Enclosed you till find 600 for which Bond mo THE HER ALD and Homo Journal for ono year Wo cant do without our homo paper would be BO glad if teems ono would write tho news from Campion Moat respectfully EDITH STAMPER Going to Worlds Fair 4 Ifso tako tho Loxngton andrEastern from Jackson and note rbartickets 1785 fifteenday tickets 1515 From New Jersey MEKCKRVIHLK N J Nov 1 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Find enclosed money order for which you will send me TIn HIm AM another year na my time was up on the 18th of last October but I received last weeks paper all the same Many thanks to you LlXZlK llOKUEK ABOUT PEOPLE YOU KNOW 0- I Prom the Jackson Hustler Miss Kiln Hash has returned om n protracted visit to lion m other in Odessa Mo Mayor Combd of Lexington was a visitor in Jackson tho tenet week There was no special political sig nificance in hue visit although togd intorostingdnughtor jjolly route agent on tho L K n visitor at tho Arlington from to Monday tho guest of rs S S Taulboe Disastrous Wrecks Carelessness is responsible for many n railway wreck and tho same causes iro making human Throatdand Lung trouble But since the- dvent of Dr Kings Now Discov cry for Consumption Coughs and C olds oven tho worst oases can be cured and hopeless resignation is no longer necessary Mrs Lois Crngg of Dorchester Mass is bylUrI rtRt romody is guaranteed for all Throat and Lung diseases by all druggists Price 50c and f 100 TrialI bottles free ged Man Murdered on Quicksand A pathetic story of tho murder of an aged and harmless man by tho name of Jamey Smith reached ck80n Monday morning when tho moo accused of the deed H D Jackson and Rob Neoly were brought in by officers and given ver to the authorities Smith is SpringForktown and is n farmer with a wife and two children Ho came to this county only a short timo since neighborhooduwhero ho mot death Ho sustained he reputation of being an inolTon vivo old man and very poor in this worlds goods and these features with his untimely end make tho affair deplorable Jackson one of tho principals stated in tho jail that Smith tend threatened to kill Nooly and that n pence warrant was obtained by Neoly before Squire Shepherd of that district that Shepherd placed tho warrants in tho hands of Jackson and Nooly to servo on Smith The two men then wont I to tho homo of Smith to servo tho warrant and when they approach od tho Smith domicile the old man tttired at them through small open i j Jacknlson rend Neuly answered with n tvanpousthrough polioli i LittlItscould bo learned of Jackson his character but it is stated by neighbors of Smith that Nool iis I living under an assumed name Floydbyi murder Ho has lived onln short timo in Sprint iou neighborhood Th+ authorities are preparing to I I inuko u thorough investigation of i tho cafio which is strongly con doinnud mid deplored in that I neighborhood Juokaou Hustler t I lJ 1 J OUfl1J suiscinsy t + v= = == =Ij r i t GREAT AMERICAN J F1I1vdIEE-t I P 7= = I = = = = O= i Jj= = V = === = = = Indianapolis IndThe Leading Agricultural Journal of the Nation Edited by an Able Corps of Writers S This valuable journal in addition to the logical treatment of till agricultu ral will also discuss utltlilgzestasidefromu TWO FOR THE PRICE OF ONE I FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS WE OFFER The Hazel HeraldThe Only Newspaper Published in Wolfe County and THE AMERICAN FARMER Both One Year for 50 CentsThis unparalled offer is made especially to all new subscri be rs and all old ones who pay up old scores and renew within Thirty 30 Days Call on THE HERALD for sample copies aid send money to this office for both papers Address THE HERALD Hazel Green Ky 1 OHIO KENTUCKY RAILWAY l TIME TABLE OCT 10 1904 EAST BOUND Xo33 X X No 21 Dully ex STATIONS = D ltYJexSunday p I 3 30 0 Juckoon 27 tl 20 3 35 0 OK Junction 23 11 26 4 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