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Digital page images are linked to the text file. pw 1 fHE HAZEL URinN iiJCrivVLwLliep = aowMteK1 18es Made Famous In the Btol7 oft Jonathan and ale continent by Max 01u1 p qqENTIETIi YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE a COUNTY KEN TUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 29 1004 NUMBER S3 r VflSSSr o EditorOldesr Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Nest Qrin the Kentucky Mountains 50 Cifits a Ym 4 i G tttetw =blessWitr I liltsIltdl tcauolll Presidell1fA nnWINCHESTER KY sii UP CAPITAL 100 000 00 ONE FULL QUART OF WHISKEY FREE WeknolT ttto mofIDR or wonlshd wIU do IUO lay W- e1Mlna 0 tJ the Ibo 10Iflrl W hlkry Moore and thu- lMrget 1 MII Order Whlkey Conto tho outh AU the North loruIlD Nhllry 0111 guodtherea eo bed- Yeopte Lure wuuldutadultrrW U they tuw bowIbey are too hel1 UL wbbkeyt eriorenoieIturmltn btrudu4tnd rwater thanold wbl eytndwatering Wo a more fculoe iI YtarOld V hlk y ei- a tlwr Cpcrknown oomany Lteuldlot1 1 made brllunt Peoplel to the mountains Dr- NorU1 eol inalo olIntrtewhukelbsoif1160oto1BUOp- ergtlluebuttIYnottnrbrtterIhanGourgrtndfittet +peralYer011 U- mUlt plaore11 buy It l caplt1 oUooo tndtheleopteeNtlehtttiank and be l1fdmollt 5tlnp Junk or thtetty will telgou our word I good Tolnlrodllc thhr old aCareFull gutrtfhonest whlskeywe oQcr four oWa cork Oldtwosample bottles one l ono 11 year Yea If ir801rot w- Welhtteenmeoffhbwbtepeyeoy1yr screw and a Uttllntl trIMII rrIVnr4dwilliccdnia gallon keg rrIto or wI turn eorkrcrrwedrtntlng + h twenty full quart Rltennd bottlei on lAm re lemkingthiswbhkeycostlesthhtftopetgtllohdeUeeredQVohlpIn lel Exlrew nurentVeaotTetuK aid altou tnwtaadl0cenu per gortertr 10 a onaleTHE CASPERpCOa Jlao 1 1DiTOWsNOTE11fbrperu the aboTe iod dnrtlrenrottetpprrlnarroloseswelsrulfrdd- as whutks for I I fmldIIIIK4r runetbtoh tbrrr UlIhn t10 thtttuUy tndorea them ua14 10 otdet sample luL I STATE COLLEB OFF KENTUCKYI rLexington o Kentucky Kfntuclyotft tilt fill- S or f The Agricultural nnd Mechanical State College lirtiniltirnU chemical billln h illIl btllagcournra of Btuilv viz riculturnl ealaneeringelectric t ftatbr11 chI ulechnntenlI dascalphysical normal + lxtelld4 over hourspearsandie IstOea degree uilning l graduate faculty louHng under n separatemars study organized f to degree Each coure of ill tThe generil prufes +ord nod instructorsfaulty number nearly fifty dormitories fuel and lightinCounty appointees receive tuition room rent to lif they remain ten month traveling expenses comprehensive and IfBOdern The laboratories and museums are large well equipped home for young women OOOO for a college tOC JAghlaturc appropriated Ruth buildings nfl completes 0o0 for drill hall 0111 gymnasium for men provided fur its reqUIred by- E 1II1dI Militnry tactics and science are fully CoDttuseE nnt excellent positionsreadily I f uate from the several courses of largely in txccji of the ability of the d liberal remuneration Tho dcmnnd is i j COlltltc to Last year the matriculation nsiitnnts n i ns 750 hae charge ofeach dc- 8pcialiltl with the necessnrynumber l fur pedagogy engin foment of natural science Summer schools are prwiuw- t I t scienceThe though boorlllg hitherto the title of univcrelty college ini proper sense fhoal 1- The institution ill the ComllloowIh doing OilY prnwitlC facilities for the college homo for youngwomen convenIence nch1lIng andlodging It is with all otodern and lighted by harl heated bysteam I culture It is trims and room for physical education In classic nOpportunity iiq thus afforded to thorn of n thorough logic metaphysics historynnd lod mathemntlo for crlucn- F literntu science advantagEsanguage offersuTnI State1 in theinstitution y tConom No other + t- infotmntionlreutdiIiaI offered by Women at all conipnrable to those appOIntments t catalogues method of obfltininlC of and of toItJ- i D L I study terms ndmt11O1FSl 1 AI1VVI t f Or to D C FRAZEB BaMnws tapot frxingtrn Jl 5th 1904 F11 Term Begins September a 4a A H HAMPTON J W POINTER CashierII iita PAID etudileslarealowhich f v SVvvs u We solicit your banking busi ness and promise you prompt and carefulservice every attention and accommodation consistent with cor rect banking principles DIRECTORS ill FILLER e UJ UJ1LLIS T F PHILLIPS UJ B WILL J D Simpson J R BU KWALCER- A I F5AifPTOR 1 I 0Y LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY Time Table in Effect Oct 16a 1904 WEST BOUND No1 SI IIIS 1No3Daily ex = STATIONS = Dully M Sunday f Sunday AMArr I IiMArr6 25 aw 0 i Jackson li 0 2 2j pm I 120amt20t UeattyveJc WiI 20 pin 47 7 4i am 40TorrentI pra IHI 4 018 01 am iH pm I 8 25 am 57 Stanton i67 4 30 ipm H 37am i62 Clay Citytr 4 30 pm 9 lOam 70IkKJuncD70I 6 08 pm U 23 am 90H Wlncltellter DO A 20 JlIII 10 10am ilMlj Lexington j94 6 05 pm EAST BOUND v 02 fe No4 exSTATIONS i = Dallex Sundaytt Sunday II jIPM Lve III ii tAa1Lr 2 25 pm oIexlllJtooH1 01 746 am I 3 10 pnl IlIche 8 12 am t01 1Clay teri20I n J3 am3 50 pmI 4 00 pm l 181Inton 9 23 am 4 35 put bi N Rt HrldKelj7i 64 am 4 41 P1 62 j Torrelll62 JO 08 am j 1 11 pui 70 HeMtyvrJc i0 JO 20 am 11 II mi 90 OKlluncn DO 11 26 am fi 15 pm104iJackson 411 80 am SOl 3 and 4 nuke close connection for Cannel City and point on Ohio and Ken tucky Railway Division dally except Sun IllayI 1 and 2 connect at L A E Junction i with Chesapeake anti Ohio lor Ml Sterling ilocallolntai at Heattvvillc June tion with L A for Ueattyvilfc daily ex cept SundayJ IL nAjtRaeni Manager CIIASscorTJenIaeeAgentILLTHE AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dilings- New Discovery FOR CONSUMPTION B0c100Free Price Trial Surest and Quickcat Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK I ITIIF HEBALD and Courier Journal both to any addrejw 1 a year I Aqd doer la the time to ubscrlba 0 1 qOq I I J I CommUsioaen Mttt With tbe Goteraor Immodiately upon the arrival nt Frankfort from their Christmas holiday tho mombora of tho State Capitol Commission will bo called together by Governor Bockham for the purpose of considering the advisability of an extra session of- tbe Legislature to tako up tho question of location and at tbo same time to pass upon such rec ommendations as it may bo nocos Bury for the Governor to make to the legislative body Ouo of tho members passing through Lexington last night on his way to Frank fort whilo discussing the situation with a Herald reporter had tho following to say u Before leaving Frankfort for our Christmas at home Governor Bockham suggested to the commission thnt ho woe likoly to call thorn together as soon us thu holi days wore over and that mutters of importnnco would bo brought before the body The Governor has not dellnitely decided that he will call tho Legislature together in extraordinary session but ho will discuss that issuei with the commission nUll if that body de termines that it would be advisa btu to do BO h ho may act on their suggestionTwo are up for tho selection of a uito for tho now cap ital building If it is finally de cided that it shall bo built on the old situ it will ho necosnary to con demn two blocks in the roar of the present buildings going back to tho hills so as to alVord ample room for tho buildings iignied upon or in the alternative tin commission can tako tho Hunt property which isi located on tho opposite side of tho river Tho Ilitter situ would necessitate the building ofn now bridgo across tho river but t scorns by far tho bettor site It is in n bottor portion of the city and is on tho hill tops thus affording a commond ng view with excellent approaches Personally 1 favor taking tho Hunt property hut tho majority of tho commission will decide and if they share my views thou it will neon that tho Legislature will have to bo called together td pass on tho now proposition If it iHI called tho session will ho hold early in January us tho plans out specifications will bo ready for examination by larch and tho locations must be decided upon bo foro lho contracts are awarded Lexington Horald Doc 27 OAS ORxaBmi thethe KM YM Hart nuts Boajjit Signature of A Visit From Santa Claus CAMITON KY Doc L5 1001 Editor Hazel Groon braid DKAII StnSanta CIntiH woe hero InHt night und has filled our hearts with joy When Emily and I entered tho kitchen this morning to get our little breakfast und nothing to get it with in tho way i dinIihold I could not open it Well I called to Emil to come and help moTO pulled and prized and finally the door full from its hinges into tho room And behold such I n sight I never did see Santa CluuB hud hung a groat basket of pius cakes hud candy to tho door latch and caused it to break looso from its hingoa Such joy you never did see boforo So wo toured to got breakfast Wo just sat down und ate to our hearts content thanking Old Santa Clans for his kind visit and his many presents Mr Editor I wish you and your bottor Bovonoighths taro hero to take part with us in tho great fenst which will last several r bottorrOld Santa Claus I remain yours respectfully PATHICK HBNJIY HOWE Of Kentucky 1 w tit TiredNervous Vhen you feel languid tiretJ nervous and irritable your vitality is lowyour supply of nerve energy exhausted and your system running down for lack of power The organs of the body are working poorly or not at all and you arc not getting thett nourishment needed This soon impoverishes the blood and instead of throwing off the im purities distributes it all through the body This brings disease and misery Feed the nerves with Dr Miles Nervine a nerve food a t nerve medicine that nourishes and strengthens the nerves and see how quickly you will get strong and vigorous- My vrlfo Buffered with norvounnem prflvloim to n recent attack of typhoid fever but After her recovery from tho fever ahe wall much worse And could liimlly control herself biting exceed ingly nervous when tho least nxclted Bhe wnn very restless At night anti never had u good nights rent Sho nli o ttufforcd much from nervous head Ache Dr Miles Norvlno VVUN recom mended by A friend After the Drat three dosrn alto hud n Rood nights rest And nt tho end of the Unit weeks treatment nhu win wiinderfully Im proved Continued HBO of Nervine lifts completed her entlro cureOTTO KOMI 1021 Cherry 8t Kvuiuvlllo Ind t YOUrdruoglt iI first bottle will Benefit If It tally he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind Profit in Poultry- If tho pooplu of thIs section would only put on their thinking cap and take up tho propositionII of raising turkeys and indued the ether domesticated fowls au a + profit yielding industry nnd flgurti it out in Ito ovory detail theyfiwould be convinced that no bust nofls is more curtain of un incomu fully equal1 to thu labor limo und capital involved in carrying it for ward Tho tinibor induHtry tiuH taws and luinbor mn11uftlcturiugpiis the present money making in iliiHtry hut thifl will not last al ways and tint timu is now at hand whenI tho people must ongago in othor lines and tho poultry busi IIOHH having pre ontod the moHtal trnctivo feature an a money mnk hug industry it Hhotild bo givon the consideration which its placo in tho world of traffic domandn Nu herons instances can htl oitod I whorein poultry raining has yield ed handHomo profltH when curried on intelligently and thero in no ronfion why tho industry should not bo adopted in our mountain Hectiou as the muiu avenue of in como Jackson HiiHtlor HOWS This a aii Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars toward for any caso of Catarrh that connot bo cured by Halls Caaa tarrh Curo iJ OIIKNKY tL CoII y Props Toledo 0 Wo tho nndorflignud have known F J Chonoy for tho last 15 years and believe him perfectly honor ablo in nil husinoHH trammctioiiH financially able to carry out any obligations ntado by his firm WAMHNCI lira 4Ati it MAHVIN Wholosae Druggists Toledo 0 hulls Catarrh Curt is taken in ternally noting directly upon the l blood and mucous surfaces of tho a system Irico 75c per bottle Sold I by all Druggists Testimonials free Tak Halls Family Pills for con stipation Thoro can be no better ovidcnco 10C the oflicacy of printers ink than tho growing business of H C Mansfield tt Son flour makers of 1 Ilosslyn Ky A fow year ainco Mr Mansfield introduced his flour to public notice and began to ad vortiso in a small way Todayii nearly every woman in Eastern Kentucky will toll you that Best Pqtont and Mountain Lilly are among the best brands of Hour ever put upon tho market J 31 Floso t Co aro Hazel Green agents i for thIs flour Try a sack 1 I l a r T- WM t t wX eb I MB HERALDi A III SPEHCER COOPER Editor Ii HAZEL GREEN KY J IIITHURSDAY Duo 20 1004 w DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET For County Judge G T CENTER i For Sheriff J WILL COX For County Court Clerk ROBERT CARROLL For County Attorney j GREENHERRY STAMPED t For Superintendent Schools W II CHAMBERS For Jailor W G HALSEY For Assessor G N ALLEN For Surveyor K T CREECH f For Coroner FRANK SAMPLE LKT no guilty man escape iis as applicable today as it ever was hot in guarding against the escape of the guilty it is not uocusiary to pomocuto any ono Cnloh Powers I charged with complicity in tho murdor of tho lamented Goobol has now been behind prison bars for five years albeit many peoplo i think him innocent of charge If I ho bo guilty Iris punishment should ho meted out to him or if inno cent ho should bo grunted his Iron dom Why is ho mode a monkey of in this way Why tho laws delay Who is responsible In tho name of decency and humani ity something ought to be dono inI his case and dono at once Many I people who at ono time thrught IiI IiIthoq circumstanced justified the charge of guilt in his cnse are now very doubtful about tho matter They reason that if guilty ho could have beon convicted and long ago entered upon his term of im prisonment or expiated his crime I upon tho gallows Wo aro not an 1 npologlst for assassination but if l Powers be not gaily ho should bo turned loose and given his free dom Tho people clamor for it in a spirit of fairness Revolution Imminent A sure sign of approaching ro volt and serious trouble in your system is nervousness sleepless HOBS or stomach upsets Electric quickly dismember theII I Itroublesome causes It novor fails stomach regulate the i Kidneys and Bowels stimulate tho Livor and clarify the blood Run down systems benefit particularly and all tho uusal attending aches vanish under its searching and 1 ElectricBitters satisfaotion gists TRENT TOPICS 0attendedhisMrs J M Trent who has boon on tho sick list Homo time is slowly improving 3tiee Ort Cundiffof Trent hamberend= presentUJUdwiahcd newly married couple joy and happiness Deo 20 LKLAXD R 1 CoLJonN G CRADDOCK th o votjrftiifoditor of tho Pans Ken tuotclaJcitizen died atSt Joseph Hospital Lexington on Saturday afternoon last attar a brief illness of pneumonia Col Craddock iin 1800 founded tho True Kentuckinn at Paris anda tow years since purchased tho Citizen which ho mergedwith the Kentuckian tho hyphenated combination appear ing as the KentuckiauCitizou He wan unique and ubiquitous No paper in Kentuckyor elsewhere was BO quaint in its makeup a- L i his nor was any editor ever seen atL so many public functions as he Ho was full of remlniscenses of antebellum times and his edito dale wore in tho main reprints of the erotica of some social chnrac ter Distinctively a ladys man in tho society of whom he was a Chesterfield and always the old school gmitloman yet ho remained a bachelor Ho was always a con sistent Democrat and hit paper did valient service for the party Ho was about 80 years of age m OASQOXIXX Bean t I Yeti Bosgtdd Blgutsn of dUHZ Another Killing in Breathitt- A Jackson special of the 20th says Budy Strong and Irvine Allen engaged in a fight with Sam Turner at Middle Fork where a dance was in progress Strong was instantly killed and Allen is be liovod to be mortally wounded Turner was arrosted and brought to Jackson and wni this morning arraigned boforoJudgo James Har gill for his examining trial On account of the defense of witnesses the caso was compelled to go over Judge Hargis sot the trial for Mon day as ho could not be hero sooner on account of the MarcumHargis trial at Winchostir Fight Will Be Bitter Those who will persist in closing thoir oars against tho continental recommendation of Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption will have a long and bittur fight with their troubles if not ended earlier by fatal termination Road whatT II Bonll of Boall piss line to Sl1ULast fall my wife had ovary sympton of con ump tion Sho took Dr Kings New Discovery after everything oleo had failed Improvements mule at onto and four bottles entirely cured her Guaranteed by all druggists Price 50c and 100 Trial bottles free Squire Couch Sounds Well Our friend Kolso Couchof Grassy was in town Tuesday to at tend tho election of officers of Mizpah Lodge No 507 F nod A Innt indirectly ho told us of nagistratoinin our voting bailawick but if itt wore Kelsu would sure get our vote for we beliovo he would make- a justice of tho peace of whom any people would be proud Ho is not learned in tho law liko Blackstono or oven as some of tho exchief justices of tho present day but he has a head full of good common probloms will havo to deal he is well suited countyfriendsto elect him and fool bettor for I having + lone so I ABOUT PEOPLE YOU KNOW 0From the Jackson Hustler Mrs Kathleen Daniel and infant Owen aro visiting her fa ther lIon W W McGuire Mies Golden Day of Winches tor daughter of Floyd Day was the guest of relatives and friends in Jackson several days this week Robert J McLin tho Hazel Green merchant was here Wednei day on business He reports active trade in his section with pros pocts of still greater activity after the holidays J Andrew Cain wholesale flour dealer of Versailles filed suit in the Circuit Court of Wolfe county and had an attachment issued for the property of J M Taulboo a prominent merchant of Mary wolfo county alleging that he i soiling and secreting his property for the purpose of evading tho payments of his debts 1 Nottvi hstitndTPgthore1l1s a misnndqrfitnnding about ho din ner at Mizpah Hall on Tuesday net there wne dinner enough for I throe times ns many as were pres onto tinny ladies whose husbands or brothers ore identified with the lodge would havo had something for the foust save for tho misun derstanding but as there was plenty and to spore it is ns well perhaps they did not donato A Frightened Horse Running liko mad down the stroot dumping the occupants or n hundred othor accidents ores ovarytiny occurrences It behooves everybody to have a reline bio salvo haudand theres none as good as Bucklons Arnica Salvo Burns Cuts Sores Eczema and Piles disappear quickly under its soothing effect 25c at all drug gists STILLWATER SPARKLES 0 E T Rose of Danville College is home for a few days vacation Leonard Taylor went to Camp ton Monday on business verybnllyi gout Married on the 24th inst at tho home of the brides parents Miss Hannah Blankonship of Morgan county to Jeff Chambers of this placeIn a drunken row hero Sunday Floyd Sal ley was shot through the left arm and it was almost torn from his body by Georgo Combs Salleys arm was taken off Sunday evening and Combe placed under bond Doc 20 LT u COMMISSIONERS SALE o Wolfe Circuit Court Kentucky 0- S S COMBS PIJiTU1Ingaiiml I M M SHACKELFOKD c DKFKNDANTS BY VIRTUE of n Judgnicntand Or of Sale of the Wolfe Circuit Court rendered its September Term 11104 in tho alone cause for the Mini of Two Hundred and Fortythree Dollars and Fifty Cent with interest nt thett I It2tJtht proceedto r in Cntnpton to the highest bidder ut I Public Auction on I Monday 2nd day of January 1905 I I wingCountymonths the following described proper ty to wit The following tract of land cituuted lying and being in Wolfo UpperUevilatowit On the south by the lands of T C Johnson sad Levi Couchnn the Wetlt by the lands of Eldridge Cable IIi MargaretShackelfordi I with meanders of the Or sufficient creekII curs of money so For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute bond bearing legal interest fnxii the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment Hid prompthO C FULKS Commissioner Hj I H HOLLON D C ++ W awW + + I i Tfy wasterr Bamt WINCHESTER KY tN H WiTliEiispoox Prcllidcnti raid Up Capital 810000000 l i i 3000000 SI IISurlu Depult t i of i 930000000 solicits the accounts or merohanta farmers traders and bus mess men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and offers hi custom 4 ere legitimatebanking every facility and the mo lllbentl I IIEXPERIENCEI ITRADE MARKSII matpulektrCbmmnnlratlonetrtdlnmodent sent tree Oldettncy for aecunntpat enta recefyetpeefatnotkewlthontcbantoIntde Scknnnc Jlmerican 9Ahandsomely UtaitnUtKl weakly larwrt drcaUUon of I a1ti oasca I w arknt al- er atWa- reitach ONLY ONE DOLLAR 0 H KROQER President LEO J VAN LAHR Eo W JEWELL Vice Preildenli If you havo only Ono Dollar to spare send It o CoAnds I withdraw nt any time wherever you can addor sum from I to 5000 will be may be An r limissBoowctN f cation on All accounts In this bank nro strictlyteal between the bank and the depositorConnden cst is added January and Jul Inter compounded111eS Chamber of Commerce Bldjc Cincinnati o Q W I I l FHillonmuor Sons BLUE GRASS NURSERIES I LEXINGTON 0 KY I Offer for tho Fall of 1904 a f4 full stock of Fruit and Orun Z J4 mental trees Grape Vines S 5 Small Fruits Shrubs Aspar T ngus and everything for y chard Lawn and Gordon d j application Descriptive catalogue orIf LJPPINCOTTSMONTHLY A FAMILY LIBRARY The Best in Current Literatun 12 COMPLETE NOVELS YEARLY MANY SHORT STORIES AND PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPJCS 250 PER YEAR 25 cTa A COPY NO CONTINUED STORIES EVERY NUMBER COMPLETE IN ITSELr Dr MARL VN STAMPER nult ami Optician accepted j HAZEL GUEKS KY Ot ere Ills services to the people of Wolfe I mil Hdjuining counties Gold filling bridge and crown work ore specialties Eyes ex I1mlneclnlJll glasses IIcleutifically udjuRtltIII R IPANS Tabules Doctors find A prescriptionFor The SCent packet in enough fur usual oc nsions The family bottle 60 ceuts con t sellheniWANT EDTRUSTWORTHY LADY ir Gentleman to ninimire business in this i countvand and adjoining territory for house I of solid financial iMmliiig 2000 straight I MondaydirectfrornmoneyS EtUnll8ferI Et BERT DANIELIheadquarters whtgevllle KrII PETERS BKIIIKSRKTIXO SHOE THE CO I ST LOUIS MO Solicits the patronage of mountain njer I chants and guarantees sntiiifriction III to write for our confldentil letter before applying J for patent It may be worth money We promptly obtain U8 and For- eignPATENTS ENTIREIMMEQIATEFREE charge are moderate Try us SWIFT CO Patent lawyers Opp US Patent OfflceWashIngton DC nt4TIIE State mutual Life I Assurance AssociationS OF WORCESTER IASSIr8BPAYS ANNUAL DIVIDENDS PAID UP INSURANCE AND CASH SURRENDER VALUES FIXED BY I A WIIT BST4IJU8T A LITTLE TALK WITH G ROSE MAKES IT RIGHT ALL RIGhT ICDISTRICT MANAGER JACKSON KYw 1 l1SaSCALLS FOR Baki THE BEST FL OU- RIMANSFIELD i BEST PATEN AN- DMountain Lill Are tho best Hours on the market None but choice selected wheati used in our mill and every sac of our flour is guaranteed to plea you Try Best Patent for yon Christmas Cako It willnot dit appoint yo- utFor sale by all Grocers Ask your Grocer for Mansfield Flour and Meal R C Mansfield Son ROSSLYN KENTTCKY FOR A- SltaitlM IPa1II BookKeeprngB sbtl PHONOGRAP1CYr TJPIWrltil r i WILBUR Re SMITH LEXINCTON KYy wtpondMlCOMMERCIAL Awarded Hedal at Worl T EsreAtfe1 redopyCoatIneledlUf5MloeilaortbaadType m1lylaetirGttpsdtaitf SVTha Ktntnckr Onlrmlty Diploma onto1 LltmgOwnetnellletsauattaa Ora4nteeIWILBUR R SMITH Lexington Kj ITHE WORLDS FAIR SHORT LINE1 Soutnern RaiIa 43 MILES THE SHORTEST fastestBest to the Worlds Fair Only line operating SOLID TRAINS from Lexington to St Louis without Ioeoi vellleoee of change of cars Look at tht Schedules DAYLICHT TRIP St Longs Exposition 1lmltedn dU1LcaveArrive St Louis 155 ptodiill Solid train of Pullman Sleepers Stud- nrd Dining Car meals served A I a Carla and Day Coaches through from Lexinctoa St Louis without chang- eNICHT TRIP FlyerLeary pmdaiJ17 rove LoIi1e JO151alArrive oi Louie Solid train of Pullman Sleepers W Coaches and Free Reclining Ohsir Girt lDPSlatiolllerrice anti Electric Care direct to tbt Worlds Fair grounds ltRoundas follows 1240 good returning fifteen days 1385 good returning sixty days mbtrloTicketsrates S70 good returning seven days Coach cllCoachdates For information call on or write KING Ticket Agent 89 last Main Street Lulnjton r1 W CREWS Traveling Pass Agent SO East Main Street Lexington XT CII HUNGERFORD D P A 234 Fourth Avenue louiayllle11 R ALLEN A G1 A St Louis Mo F C BAKES PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Will answer all calls and may be loold Rittenhouse Ranch SwaOFo f3prL hen not professionally engaged f t d J rJ r HE HERALDJ prof GW Woodbury wont to Saletn last Sunday and proached mornmg4ndI Miss Faley Long who has boon teaching school below West Lib frtyclosed hex schoolthoro last Friday and has returned home Miss Edith Wright who has been doing mission work at Caney for some mouths past is visiting frieuds hero Mrs John A laulbee and son Marvin of Jackson are visiting are Ellis Johnson her daughter of Lacy Creek A OUAUAXTKKU CUUK FOIl PILES Itching Uliml Bleeding or Prntrudinr piles niKRitHI refund money If PAXO OINTMKNT fails to cure any case no mat ter oChow Ions giveseaasefrom 0 to 14 day Fins application ret 5Oc- U your drugglt haut It send SOc In tamp and it will be forwarded postpaid fcj Paris Medicine Co St Lout Moo Miss Stella Haney of Sideview Montgomery county is visiting her aunt Mrs Wra Clark of our town during the holidays Misses Nannie Barker and Dar CUB Barker accompanied by Mas ter Will Pros Taulboe paid Tin HERALD a visit last Friday Speaking of the many weddings in Morgan this Christmas reminds us that two of the Misses Holliday are to bo married this week Mrs Hannah Chambers nee Blankenship has the thanks of the editor and his better seveneighths for a peck of limber twig eating apples u O AJ3 T 0DR XA Bun tlethe Kind You Hare Atop BwgU 8saatwecr fJ H F Pieratt and wifo spent Christmas with Mrs Pieratts father S S Combs ot Campton returning hero Monday evening Kelly Montgomery and Jesse Cox sot fire to some powdor in the quarry on the campus on Monday evening last and the first named was severely bruised about the face Thero seems to be a matrimon ial epidemic in Morgan county just at present Within the past ten days there havo boon eight couples married in and about West Liberty and there are more to followTO A COLO IX ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE IHIOMO QUININE Tablets AH druggists refund the money if it fills to cure E W Groves signature la on each box 25c The Christmas tree planted at the Christian Church on Saturday presentsfromwas not as many expressions of charity to the poor as was hoped forOur young friend W P Cecil of Cedar Bluff Va has our thanks for three exceedingly handsome calendars for tho year 1905 all of different designs If Wills busi ness is as good as tho calendars in dicate he must be doing well iu deed and we hopo he ia- WANTEDA woman to cook wash and iron for family of two People Will give 150 per week to one who fills the bill Apply at this office Dr J H Stamper tho dentist a few days since showed our man about town the most beautiful preen of bridge work ever soon in this section The plate was made for Miss Haley Byrd of Lee City and in taking the impression he left four of her natural teeth two eye and two jawover which the brIdge is to fit and Stt firmlywill the plato fit that we doubt if any artificialteeth justlyproudi fromhomework Zone I CASTORIA- t I For Infanti and Children ji fo Kid You Han Always Bought L nthe lIcaatveof o L jSalem rf Jiireaol Fridaynight McNabbsresidencecaught but was extinguIshed witli W9 amaRetA peoplglrllodupon j I tfPlghtserved and they Shmeprwer enjoyablepresentwereBreunomanCarrieDay Married at the residence of the Blankenshipand onChristmasIIannhBlankenship Rev Wm H Chambers officiat ing The young couple willatonce go to housekeeping on Still water and tako Till HERALD that peace may reign in the household A Costly Mistake Blunders I veryexpepslveself is the price of a mistake but takeDrDizziness orBowelyet thorough 25c at all drug gists Dr Andy Nickoll has had quito a severe spell of oreysipelaB for some ten days past and his throat and face were considerably swelled therefrom Dr Stevo Swango who has been attending him said Tuesday morning that ho consid ered him improving and his many friends hopo soon to hear of his complete recovery Miss Beulah Williams and Prof CollegtIllinoIs holybondsdence of the brides parents Dr Williams and wife at Caney on Sunday night last Prof Win HI Cord officiating Before his return to Eureka Prof Patton and brido will visit friends here The following is a list of the of ficers elected on Tuosday last by Mizpah Lodge No 507 F and A M it being St Johns Day Thos Taulbee W Master J Miles Nickell S Warden J H Hose J Warden II F Pieratt Treas John W Tnulleo Sec Newton Townsend S and Tyler i Robert Nickell Chaplain Wm H Tay S D W T Wills J D The baby of Dr Center and wife about 20 months old climbed up to tho mantel in the absence of the family Saturday morning last and got a bottle of Lysol soap which had been used to wash Clayton Centers baby and turned it over upon itself burning its ab domen and legs down to the knees Dr Center does not think it swallowed but little of the soap if any but it completely prostrated it and for a time it was feared theI child could not live Prompt attention and careful nursing however brought it around Dr Cen ter was absent and Dr Bakes at tended tho child In a difficulty on Stillwater thisI county Sunday afternoon last Qoorgo Combs shot and wounded Floyd Sally in the left forearm so- seerely that that member hud to be amputated just above the elbow joint Dr Center who porformed the surgical operation gives us the following particulars of the tragedy Ou that morning George Sally father of the wounded boy and Goorge Combs charged with the shooting mot on the highway and had some words over the late primary In the afternoon Sally and his crowd came down the creek George Combs meantime having returned to Camp Roses whore he makes his home When- the Sally crowd neared Roses res idence Floyd Sallywas some fifty yards in advance Camp Rose and another man wore standing at the front fence with guns in their hands and it is alleged that Camp Rose placed a doublebarreled shotgun in the hands of Combs and told him to shoot Be that as it nifty Combs had the gun and fired the charge from the gun nil the flesh from tearing away the elbow and necesSl the wrist toI ampuiation The shoot tating an done BO qUick that Mr I jug was Sally senior and those with him did not arrive until it was over Wo wish our readers a prosperous and Happy New Year- I L KETq KERNEBS GrndUertwhorehof oxinglonpardonedtworrty onOhristmas BerviThe titnalmiq eeitnaion at the pottftontiary becbraeit an additional consideration fur the calling of an extra session of the Legislature Safe blowers escaped from Prnachorsville Lincoln county ir a vehicle and could not bll trailed by Capt Mullikinfl bloodhounds Bonaparte Stancil was arrested on a chargo of being engaged in precededLexingtonCapt Dodge has gono to Ft Thomas to recommend to nrnuy officials that tho government rifle range in Kentucky be located at Indian Fields thinkingOretofpnrentsMisshears for the first time that her eye was destroyed by a firecracker at Lexington A meeting of the Capitol Com mission has been called for immo probahlyboLegislatureJudge Bonton on Monday ox tended the term of the Clark Cir SaturdaymnMarcum damage suit explodedFourth streets Millorslmrg which brokn twenty glass windows in stores and residences George Jones a coal minor from Allendalo Kywas found lying unconscious on the street at Bowling Green Sunday morning His skull was fractured an tho result ofa blow with a club which was found near him GENERAL AND FOREIGN AFFAIRS Near Willerton linn a mob is hunting Henry Shoroby who it IS claimed threw his six months old baby to the wolves Reserves of tho Japanese army are now being mobilized at Tokyo which Nogis men have taken and the point of vantage is a good one ELNaylor of Beverage Minn has received divers strange and fantastic Christmas presents in his day but probably the most re markable gift over presented him is a coffin received Monday from some unknown admirer in Fergus Falls Minn In a headend collision between two freight trains on the Clover Leaf Railway HO miles west of Charleston 1111 Sunday afternoon Waltor Loo conductor on tho eastbound train and Brakeman Hobbles were killed One of the engineers was slightly injured Mrs Mary Shepard of Pough keopsie N Y celebrated her one hundred and fourth birthday Christmas having boon born in Ireland December 25 1800 Mrs Sbophard sat up all night to bo in time for the 5 oclock mass at Sf Peters Church Monday morning Fire of an unknown origin do stroyed a portion of the cargo of tho North German Lloyd steamer Brendenborg Baltimore Monday Two hundred bales of cotton des tined for Bremen worn thrown overboard and a number of hogs heads of tobacco woro also thrown into th harbor The vessel sailed for the German port after tho fire had been extinguished If the fifteenth General Assem bly of Colorado which is to meot on Wednesday January 4 shall effectuate the plans formulated by the managers of the Republican postelection campaign Governor James II Peabody may serve as chief executive of that State for two years more dospito tho fact that Alva Adams still has nearly 10000 plurality The passenger trains which left St Louis at 0 oclock Christmas night on the Southern Railway collided headon with tho train leaving Louisville about the same hour near Mauds Station Ill Monday Out passenger and six employes wero killed and two passengers were seriously hurt while many otters received slight injuries f ii i t I 1Thori IIJBonn1All Counterfeits Imitations anti Justixagootl U aro but Experiments that trifle rlthTaml endanger tho health of iInfants and Ciiildron Experience against Experiment What is CASTOR AC- nstorla i IH n harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pre gorse Drops and Soothing Syrups It 1s IMcasantr It Acontains neither Opium Mfcrphlno nor other NarcetkJ j Hiibstnnco Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms 2 and allays Fevorlshneas It cures Diarrhoea and Vlad d Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation 1 and Flatulency It assimilates UM rood regulates the Stotuaeh and Bowels giving healthy and natural sloop Time Childrens Panacea TJhe Mothers Friend + CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS rf Bears the lignatur of r Y J JIi The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years YMK etNTAun COMPANY rr tlUQT rntir NEW o n ant THE 111 GREAT a fi- F CLOTHING a il HOUSE F1 F 1 I LOUIS GUS STRAUS3LE- XINGTONt KY Is now Displaying the Largest and Finest Stock of t L E FINE CLOTHING IN KENTUCKY i The Largest Stock of OvercoatsJ 1 1 The Largest Stock of Rain Coats q I The Largest Stock of Boys and IIMakei II io DAVISSuccessor to O W Hoiro w Wholesale and Retail Liquor Dealers Grocers Etc Agents for I exlii ton BoorSpecial attention given to tho filling of mail ordors Home Phone 31 tang Distance 10 SOT SVEXCXiIKC KtiIJ111 JET HEALTH AND aoz VITALITY Ii t s r xss xernr rxxzet I genendNI ereSr i- Er i- I I r I tiforlka Er 1 tif 80 IlLhOctlj1fi04 t- C If- iattMMo I tolein1 Verrs ty4Mf vrv WeI tW I Su1d klP RAaar It i aeai I rotted freuedtly I I eowld Mt Email without great pia wad I sou bad IOmuc11 that txlthlree ahTMckttislle wfa Bribtl dlaaeetie1 s1rlt4 ashen acid it way eosaumlowr rII ItT Mkt lUttoto IM what f I they tailed It awl I Had OM- anl llufhl tnm ft IIt14 net aItt I Met era Wed Wine of Cards I told to I had not and aha- boagbt bottle I believe that itMTtdtnyllft ItxHeTttaaaf ao1ne flould pave muck suwe iif U Ikiy but knew of Iits Talw JDot you want freedom hem pain Take Wine of Cardtd sod make one supreme effort to be well You do not need to be a weak helpless sufferer You can here a womans health and do a womans work in life Way not secure a botUof Wiae ell- II 1Oudat from your druggist to 1 dayP jI j WINEOURDIM I LEE CITY LOCALS I 0 I nflisti I MlHi J R Terrell and wife of Frozou was horo Saturday on business I James P Simor received 600 t h tith0not ABU Rose bought of John Grit I propsrtIoffice Hoary Clay and Bruco ROBO re y turned Friday from Boron where they had boon attending achool orII tho paat four months John Graham and wife loft hero Saturday morning in a buggy for I Mt Sterling whoro thoy expect II to spend Ohristmas Dr Wise of Frozon has mood to this place whoro ho expects to practice medicine He moved inI tho property of John Allen T C Johnson arrived hero Thursday with another attach mont against J B Littlo This i I v l AndrosIli i butua ago to 11 Cottlos laughter says thoy hayo jointheDr James H Dunns school was k out Friday Quito a crowd waa there and several spooohoB wero made Tim trustees say that iti tauchthto toaoh next year I of I stookIl day Tho stock invoiced 00998 which was cost and carriage ThisI only loaves throe largo ntorca iinlEU town but thoro are n half doze nl penny stores On last Thursday night Alex Shookey of Daysboro arrived Itototo from Jackson ovor tho Onnd K j He was drunk whon ho got oft tl- I train stud was in town but a very short time before Mr Dunn lodgedl 1 1himin tho lockup Shookoy dis oharRod his pistol into Mrs Gra hams house and tho ball did not l miss Nannio Stamper who hadI her child in her arms more than foot Tho store of Mr Littlo was un- looked by R A Dunn our deputy sheriff who has had it looked sinco tho last nttichmont woe satisfiedJ Asa Roso John Graham and Allon woro appointed to appraise tho remainder of the goods The apprnisodwclaim of Mr Cain Mr Johnson had several other attachments favor of other wholesale houa i but there was barely enough goo to satiety tho one in ntioiQd Dec 20 RED JACKET Tho long drouth hits broken for which wo should bothuiikfufe fo tD I t t r f 1f fa m Ji r FLATS LACK QUEST ROOM X1aa4 Woaaaa takes Dttsoot s7 That JTo Prolissom L- One QemPI of my flrtt dUoTrl Mid e KaxUad woman who bad been ocd to a Nnw York Oat accord g 16 the ha WM that flat dwellers mode no ffroYUIon fr company In the w7 that I had always supposed It must be don Such a thing u a Rued room In an ordinary flat U apparently un IreamW ot This lack seemed very heathenish to me and Imlited that one of my the roocna should bo set aside M sacred to the chance guest One day hen I was expecting two very dear friends 1 was ihoTed to mention my pleasant anticipation to my next neigh bor a bride of are months Her con cern for me In what she evidently re carded as a predicament was funny Company she exclaimed Going to stay two weeksT What In the world will you do with them f Why do you know weve never even let my bum bands folks know about our marriage Just for that very reason I havent way place for company nd theyre Just the kind that would flock to vUlt WI country folkyou know Freds peo pIe all live In Rochester SHARP POINT OF LETTERS Kail Clerk Complains of Tina Vied In 1ratiesOM Kanjr JXcI During Day If people must stick pini In their letters I wish they would cover up the points so they wouldnt push through said a mall clerk WhOM hands were disfigured by tiny scratches relates the New York Times Ill bet get 100 digs a day from pins that aye somatic folks use to hold their corre spondence together I never could I make out anyway why so many letters to be finished ort with a pin Ofii I understand that about halt of those written by women have a post script In the shape of a sample of drew goods or newspaper clippings which holdUplace but even that habit can account for tho largo number of letters that come through tho post office with a pin sticking out of ono corner thatymnny writers to Wall their manuscript with malicious Intent It may not be us fellows In the postal service against whom they hold a grudge but we are tho ones that usually get tho benefit of those plea- TRINQUET ORIGIN OFTENNI- Popular Game Came from Ancient Pastime Played by the Basqwo I t Peasantry Popular among the Basque poeeant jIs an ancient game known as No one knows the origin of trlnquet Ilike all Basque customslt can be tracedi back and back till Its history Is lost In j t a remote past Nearly every court 1 in the country bears the aspect of extreme ape The court at Bayonne is believed ito bo 400 years old and the one at Bt Jean do Luc looks older than the one at Bayonne When Louis XIV who was married In St Jean do Luz church went down to the little frontier town to meet his Spanish bride he found the Basques of St Jean de Luz energetically play- Ing theIr ancient game and ho took the Idea back with him to Paris and from It largely modified comes the game of tennis Tennis and trlnquet are very similar save that Instead of racquets a Ileather arrangement known as a glove Is used for propelling the ball i OLDEST PERSON IN AFRICA Census Enumerators Unearth Zx traordlnary Specimen of Longevity Woman Xs 112 Years Old During their Investigations the cen enumerators In the Krugorsdorp district unearthed an extraordinary peclmen of longevity In the person o a very old native woman whoso ago Is believed to exceed 112 years She wont the Transvaal with the original band of tho rebellious subjects of Chnkn th tacoIo n piece corrugated stonolall her faculties She Is surrounded by n whole trlbo of descendants down nndIImmorn0 011 to be ono 0 t King Edwards oldest subjects WAYSIDE INN FOR GEESE Daniel Scott Owner of Scotlands oftillFeeding FowlII Years before the war Daniel Scott the owner of Scotlands plantation I Albamarlo county Vn began the cus tom of feeding flocks of wild geese sal 1i somlant nual ml ratlons conesbdeS I I A rral garmentwhich hedonned when fcf iing tho hungry birds and In this they Invariably recognized him Tho rVr grandchildren and greatgrand children of tho first geese have been yell Instructed In regard to this way To Cure a Cold in One Day Tab Laxative Bromo Quinine Taiietti A 12 A3v rs tan MM w we u BIOIIdIs nil danahu+ w caJI A Record of Marvelous Accomplishment Established February 19 1904 The Kentucky Fanner and Breeder of Lexington has within a few months time become concededly the best weekly paper of its kind in America and secured a paidinadvance circulation of over 13000 copies Among the contributors to its columns on agricultural topics are many of the bestposted men in America Mr H F Hillenmyer whose reputation as a nurseryman is national conducts each week a department of answers to inquiries in which he gives from his vast store of knowledge experience and study his views and advice on any subject pertaining to the orchard lawn or garden about which information may be desired Every issue of The Kentucky Farmer and Breeder contains the most pertinent news and the most timely advice for farmers and stock raisers of every sort As a medium for all forms of farm and live stock advertising for both of which it offers special discounts it has no rival in the state More than half its circulation is in Kentucky and for the most part among people who are inter ested in and able to buy either farms or good stock By special arrangement we are able to offer for a limited time THE KENTUCKY FARMER AND BREEDER AND +THE HAZEL GREEN HERALDS sBOTHFOR I YEAR AT 200 THE PRICE OF KENTUCKY FARMER AND BREEDER ALONE ryIt is the most valuable weekly paper in America for the fanners of Ken tucky to take Published at Lexington the hub of the horse world and the center of the states agricultural interests it has the opportunity to obtain and it never fails to publish live uptodate fresh news and valuable feature matter which no other paper contains Sample copies may be had on application at this office side inn for they always tarry there to got provisions United States Sen ator Thomas S Mnrtln is the present owner of ScotlanJs OHIO KENTUCKY RAilWAY TIME TABLE OCT 10 1001ii I EAST BOUND 31fSuaJay pmDRIIYJex 3 30 0 =Jackson 71i2o I 0ei 41i ttWl1hurlltO 11 62 I 30 13 Hamilton 13 11 5 10 20 Leo City 11 12 5SIfi 18 22 Helechnun 6 12 5 45 27 Canuel City 0 12 45 PMAnn PM Ann I WEST BOUND I 2Dully extAMIVB PM Ann 7 15 27 Cnnuel City 0 1 05II 741 1 22 7 iiO IOHeICChlm16 1 28I810 1 8 43 1 52II I 925 10Wilhurst120 2 9 30 2 35 Nos 21 and 22 will nuke close conncctioi fornpoints on the Lexington and Eastern Itaii way M LCONLEV- i Superintendent WA TI DQnlrkl few persons to rep housedterritory of few counties E18salary and mmteyxdvnnrtdengagement Business successful Previous lelflultlltlSllllaor TIUVEDKUS 325 Denrbou St Chicago z On Ctf A DtyaCz has THE N QM O M i 52 1VI JETTWHOLESALE DEALER IN I J tt Whi k v and Lion BBeerr i j4 WINCHESTER KYx T Solicits the trade of tho mountain people and calls especial at tontion to the fact that Jott Whiskey being absolutely pure is x unexcelled for modicihal purposes or as a stimulant N w oNw 00001tJ 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