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M e1- CI TtlE tILJ j f ITH3RALDtablishsd N j Btory ofJonathan and His Continent by Max ORell 0 TWENTIETH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 18 1905 NUMBER 87 pwpelr sad o CrIThe Oldest Most Popular e Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 50 GintS a Yiar 1 WASH MILLER President W WILLIS Vicepresident i iii iiiiGiiL iiiiWINCHESTER KY PAID UP CAJIfJAIJlOOOOOOO Cure a Cold in One Day Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets pf Sew MMoa loxes solo in pat 13 months This signature 1 J1IIL ththxL ll GO t DEALKRS IN e1e1t1l1 Jlelcllal1tlise Bvy 600481 CJlolMnsr Roots tfe SJ10CS Notions C xocex Ie 3Piuit 1cJII HAZEr CJKEEN KIT Carry n complete stock of everything usually found in a FirttCla8 Country Store and in addition HUNDREDS OF ARTICLES THAT NO OTHER MOUNTAIN STORE KEEPS IN STOCK Our store is up todate in its appointments In fact it may well bo called a DEPARTMENT STORE as it carries everything usually found in such establishments Wo keep things a moving and everything fresh If you are hunting shopworn and stun youll have to go eluo where But if you want clean fresh uptodate stock come here PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE IN TRADE And all goods sold as lowaye lower than you can buy them from THE OTHER FELLOW When you want bargains come to us VLOSINC OUTS ENot to quit business but to mako ready for our spring stock of Goods which will be ono of the largest lied most varied- over brought to this market So avail yourselves of this GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES Eby calling and securing some of the bargains that will be offered Remember to secure these bargains you must BRINCr THE C IJBy the way if you owe the firm anything be sure and call and settle as we expect this of you and it II Ll11wiIRT M E Cc I HEALTH ANA VITALITY Dii aaIOTTiB- iv mz3vznrurrzo r=zxas prosttatloo sad all diseases of thogenerative- orgaasof The grea remedy for nervous Lost Manhood eezsuch as Nervosa IrosttatlonFatllngoreither Youthful trrors Mental W orry eJcculvD w1EmLMlonaImpotency Nightly With oycrJConsumption and Insanelead toof Tobacco or Opium which refund the money Sold at I00 per bo 66 order WO guarantee to cure or CO Cleielaad Okle e boxes for 11600 AH HAMPTON Cashier I JW POYNTER Ant Cashidr i We solicit your banking busi ness nnd promise you prompt and careful service every attention and accommodation consistent with cor rect banking principles I To Take Wv shoddy WfllQHEST PRICES early I4 DIIlUOIT CIIEmCAL Ores Crip to Two DaY on every box 25c KILLTHII COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNCS I i KingsNew PriesFOR1Do OLDS Free Trial BurNt and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BAOX Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect Oct 16 1904 WEST BOUND N III 1 3 Wally ex =1 STATIONS I IDully nSunday r Sunday AMArr II IJIArr 6 25 am 2 25 im 7 20 am lnenttTveJCw i 26 iim 7 17 ntn 40 Torrent 40 3 47 pm 8 01 am 44 I 1Nat Bridge 4 01 pm 8 28 am 57 Stanton HI 4 30 pm H 37 nin 62 Clay City Mi 4 39 pm 9 10 am 70 I 1 08 pm U 23 am 90 Junon1170IJ 20 pm 10 10 am 04 I 05 urn EAST BOUND iSSii No4 No2j = STATIONS = Dully ex a ISunday 459RipmlveJ I Lye am 3 10 pm 2OIW lmehester1e 8 12 am 3 51 pm 0 13 am 4 00 pm 401 StantonI44 II 23 am I 4 35 pin 57 Nat Bridge 1571 054 am 4 4J pm 32 1Torreut Mi 10 08 am 5 11 pm 70 HenttyveJo 70 1029 am 6 11 pni 90 OAKiunon 90 11 26 am 0 15 pm 94 Jacknn 94111 30 am NOl 3 and 4 make close connection for I Kani I day NOR 1 and 2 connect nt L A K Junction i with Chesapeake and Ohio for Mt Sterling I pointNoi at lieattyvillc Juno t lion with L A for tieuttyville Idly ex cept Sunday I J U BAUR Genl Manager OnASSCorr OeD PMI Agent r KXlKKI KXCK MV TUOMA8 C KA8TKHUNU astrayOloomway Till friends who shared yourneotarcd cup have nlp11henAnd you have lost at least the fight Dont give up but still press on For there a vlctry to be won t Keep your connive All the while And bear your burdens with n smile Put it down Experience If the girl who won your heart Play the coquettes liattfnl part Whose fickle smiles their cunning lend Till false and true their colors blend Whoso tongue IN silvered oer with lies Till laUuhooiN cloud the lovelit skies Keep your faith and dont give up Far she will quell tilt bitter cup And turn your heart another way For there will surely eomo a day Put it down CI Experience If forlnno still her distance keep steepndovaryTill hope grows Iftilnter with IIIIIrli When you have spent every dime And hits htg poor seems a urline This Is the tost the fates have lent 1For steel springs higher when tit bent j So let Your spirit be likewise For1 alla lilexninit in tlit iiiif Put it down Kxpetlenee oAS ar 01R X Apear tbeiM Kind You HM Anr DttM SatoDr S B leash Dead Dr Knsh IM dnil llt brenthed- his lastt Sun1aytovoniug March iHHh 1905 at light ooluok For 11 duyn hulingorud with pnuunio nia and bravely fought the mon ster disoaso with hope of rooovury Ho failod rapidly although hivi tnlity WAS sustained much lonRor than was hoped II ill sutVoring was intense but ho burn it cour agoously Ho fully realized his condition and talked beautiful and consolingly to his dovoted wife of his approaching demise Kidding hpr to bo bravo auld care for her self and baby Dr hash woe born in Morgan county Kentucky July Ifith 1870 ho was tho son of Dr nod Mrs J M Kaeh of Jackson Ky Ho has one brother J F Kash of Jack son Ky11111 three Hiators Rosa Day of Winchester Ky Emma May of WhitoOnk Ky und Mar garet Sewoll Jackson Ky lIe was united in marriage to Margaret 1ierntt of Morgan eoua ty Ky Dec 1st 1895 to whom one daughter Lavound aged 10 months WAS born Ho graduated in medicine at Louisville from which school he holds high diplomas He practic ed his profession in Kentucky un til ho moved to Burdett five years ago where ho has einca practiced his profcsiion He was loved and esteemed ball r tho best people in this commun ity His principles were of the high oat and he treated every body courteously and fairly He was a man of refined nature nnd goner ous impulses and ono used not know him long to appreciate those qualities Dr Knelt wens a faithful member of tho Christian Church at Hazel Green Ky on moving to Missouri he united with the Christian Church at Everott The funeral services were hold at tho Burdett church March 27th nftor which tho body was borne to its last resting lace in Crescent Hill cemetery The Adrian Jour oat Adrian Mo I To The Pen Robert Chauey who received a sentence of 12 years at tho lust term of court for tho murdor of Chad Salyern Jim Hensloy also under n sentence of J2 years for tho murdor of Bud Spicor wore taken to Frankfort Monday of tho present week by Deputy Sheriffs Spencer and Centers to begin their terms of imprisonment Honsloy has been in the Winchester jail for several months having been rofus ed admission to the penitentiary ttr A Living Monument If we were to assemble all those who have been cured of heart disease by Dr Miles Heart Cure and who would today be in their graves had not Dr Mites been successfulIin perfecting this wonderful t heart specific they would pop cityWhat record a breathing thinking moving monument composed of human livesthat for which every other earthly possession is sac rificed The Miles Medical Co re ceive thousands of letters from these people like the following I feel Indebted to tho Dr Miles Hoar Turn for my life 1 rieMro to call tho nttontlon of others mifforlnj HH 1 dill to thin rtiiimrUnlilo romedy for till heart 1or n long tlmo I lind nufforml nayIlttlamt1 at tlinoN terri lII prln In the region of the luHirt HO wrlmiM that 1 feared that I would Mimo limo drop dead upon the street Ono diy I rciul one of your eIreuI rut and ImmedlAtely went to my drunlat and imrvluumt two bot tloa of the llvurt Cure HIM took it according to dtrvctlnna with the result tlnt I am entirely cured Since ticn I never mlra iin ot M rt unity to recommend thla nmiily t mv friends who hto heart trouble In fact I am a trnvcllnff adve lmllffnr I am widely known tn Ihl IalnnaaerNaihvlll Totm Dr Miles Heart Cure IIs Mid loW tlwthehe will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elklurt Indad hociiuso ho was not vacoinatod I Jackson hustler STATI OK On 10 I111 oi TOIIIDO s LWA8 COUNTY Jrnll k JChonoy makes oath thatf ho is senior partner of time firm of r IK JJ Clutfloytf Co doing business in tho City of Toledo county and l State aforesaid and that maid brutIIwill pay tilt sum of OSK UUNDHKD n DOIJAHH for each and every oaso of Cntnrrh that cannot ho clued by the use of Halls Cntnrrh curedd FltANK 1 ClIKNKY Sworn to before mo timid sub scribed in my presence this Gth day of December A ID 1880 W CilKAHON HHAI l lA Noto Public l yj v tltHnllV Catarrh Curo iH taken in ternally and nets directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho Bystom Send for testimonials frco FT CIIKNKY Co- loludo 0 VALERIA VAGARIES n 4 Sowing oats iIB the order of tho day Horu to tho wife of Ciroon Adam one day laat week a flno boy lorry Robinson last week bought o a nice cow of Lafayette Browa prico 11- 1Honry i Murphy sold to Smith t Little n bunch of cnttlo and liegett price private Honry is buying thorn for tho Ml Sterling mrukct One night last week the resi dence of Bud Lawson was consum ed by fire Inn wife and three chil i dren barely escaping with their lives Bud was on a trip to West Virginia and came in next day to Is find his wiie and little ones home lose NOTE Thoro was iiiuoh of this letter that could not bo dociphor od bocauso written with hard pen ailEdApril 3 DHUMMKU I Frightful Suffering Relieved I Suffering frightfully from tho A virnlontpoisonBof undigested food C G Grayson of Lula Miss took Dr Kings Now Life Pills with the result ho writus that I WAS cured All stomach and bowel disorders givo way to thoir tonic laxative proportios 25o at all druggists guaranteed Dr Nickel1 says that Miss Em ma Perkins is convalescing nicely V I K 7 J f 9 t 5 l J THE HERALD Official Paper of Wolfe Circuit Court SPUOER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY April 18 1005 OFFICIAL DIRECTORY CIRCUIT COURT Third Monday in January First Monday in May and Third Mondayin September Eighteen Judical days Roht Riddle Judge QUARTERLY COURTTuesday after 1st Monday in March June Sep tember and December COUNTY COURT First Monday in each month J W Con leton Judge FISCAL COURT First Tuesday in April and Octob- erNOTICEDit Jolts A TArt art of Jnckson our correspondent is authorized to receive and recoipt i for subscriptions advertising job printing otc wherever ho may hOt Very respectfully tic- SIECER CoorEii + nnOUneEmEnT + u nn nutlinriztd tORn COXtll 1IKNKY M COX of West Liberty as n rmulitliito fur Hop rccentnlivj from the Hbt district sub jest to ntiflf tin Demmmik party DEMOCRAT COUNTY TICKETS I For Countyt ndsee G T CKXTKR For Sheriff J WILl COX For County Court Clerk KOHKKT CAKKDMI For County Attorney GRKKXBKUKV STAM1M5H For Siix+ rintoiid Hit Schools W 11 CJIAMHKRS For tailor W G I1ALSEY For Assessor litB AUKXI For Purveyor E T CH1CKC1I For Coronor PRANK sIMPLEI TMK selection of a jury to try the II urgis brothers and Kd Cul lahan hln Tuesday evening and live qualified that day The 10 feudiuits asknl for separate trinls bind ttiH Coinmoinvralth elected to try Judge Jann llnrgis first The trial it is generally believed will consume at least + 1oss monthst lime Africa persistently tighting for 20 years for development it is just nllm gratifying to know that it is Y beginning to dawn in our immedi ate vicinity There is now every iindication that withini CO days at tho outside there will be not less than 10 wolfs put down to ascer tail for n certainty whether we l andlquantity of till product Three different companies are now in the fastIand furious wo hope I Inn Pnintavillo Herald of lust weak was an industrinl edition of H2 sovoncolumn pages which was r wpll filled with local advertising f supplemented with a goodly sup t ply from Huntinuton V Va and Ironton Ohio This number con tained halftone pictures of prom moat citizens of Johnson County views of immense coking coal op enings along tho Sandy Valley pictures of publio and private houses in Paintsvillo river and industrial scones capitalists examining coking coal veins some of which face up 14 foot viewsi of picturesque scenery etc otc Tho hnndsomo phiz of our friend War- 1on Meek editor and proprietor with a cut of his powor prossnnd tho Herald homo oro also portray al Altogether tho issue is a very creditable produotion speaks well for tho enterprise of Pointsvilles citizens and doubtless presented tho proprietor with a plethoric purse for bis pains But Brother Meek could have improved it by using bettor paper and ink 4 I ORAW g ++LACONIC LINKS+ foe4iei N h iAfter Ojauia gets through with the Czar his subjects promise to tnku him in hand R R It There would seem to be room for sonic magazine articles on Frenzied Diplomacy R Among thou who are moving for peace most etYectivoly is a mod est old man named Ovnnm if +R If Castro wants to strike terror to the heart of the United States let him arm his troops with toy pistols Kaiser Wilhelm has taken another I observation and reports that I the yellow peril is getting several I shades yellower It x IlHving been threatened with Addicka or nobody Delaware naturally is delighted to find that it is to have nobody R- RIt Those ball players who are slow in getting into running conditinn should hmive spent the winter with the Russian army 4 Christopher Columbus could not road the future or ho would J I never have made the mistake of discovering Santo Domingo R China unity bw time innocent by stander in this Manohurian fight but she has root loaned any money to either of the contestants I I If disinterested friends would grab Russia and force it to swallow iI I I willinussilI Y II I With lapin demanding SSiK j 000000 indemnity the Czar may decide that men are cheaper than I money and thu war must go on If Commander Poary thinks the Noth polo is tlthug stick it is ferfoctly natural that ho should send the ship Roosevelt after it R I Mrs Chadwick says that she has i forgotten what she borrowed That is a common failiog but the per son who lends always luis a good i IIt I A mysterous lady is said to ho I dogging the footsteps of J Piori punt Morgan Aro tho Cleveland i jail officials suro that Cnssio has not escaped it A daily piper has been started in Paris which refuses to print scandals or nasty gossip Those Paris editors are always trying to do something unique It is suggested that Colorado make her next election n guessing match The plan offers sonic advantages over the present system of making it a slugging match NONETO CURE A COLD DY Take LAXAT1VK JBKOitO QUININE Tab lets All druggists rctiml the money If it fails to cure K W Groves signature is on each box 25c d- rvL yy y SATISFIED UY situ WILSON I want no crown of fame To glitter on tnr lift No glory round my name While in this earthly strife I crave no wealthy home Humble is my cot No other have I kllOfIIiContented with my lot Fame may be the mark For others to aspire Wealth tiny be the spark Humanity may desireIRut Oli within my breast There is a happier dream A longing after rest In dear old HAZKL GRIN I A daily paper for 100 a year is something the public has long desired The Chicago Daily Review n dolightful family daily giving ill importautnows market reports and many interesting departments for mOll women and children is sent to subscribers for 1 a year 75 cents for six months 50 cents for three months Sub eribw today Address Tho Chicago Review Co 300 CocaCoin Building Chicago Illinois 32 41 Rev And tw Johnson an evan gelist of the Methodist Church began a protracted meeting at the Methodist Church in this place on Monday night in which he iis us sisted by the resident pastor Rev C V Williams Considerable terest is manifest in tho opening and tho meeting will bo continued as long as the interest is maintain Iled I asCI The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths IThere is a disease prevailing in Iks- I country most dangerous because so dtvpp I ave Man s ion deathsateza i it heart dy u pneumonia tart failure or ap r jiv I I l lI kidney vs ei blood will atta t e i vital organs rr t r Kidneys themselves break down and ua te away cell by cell Bladder troubles most always result from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys If you are feeling badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr Kilmer s SvnmpKoot the great kidney liver and bladler remedy I It iiorrectsinability to hold urine and scald lax pain In passing 11 and overcomes that j I unpleasant necessity of being compelled toIi I HO often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of SwamFRoot Is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful euros of the most distressing cases Swamp Roo Is pleasant to take and sold by all druggists In fiftycent and one dollar ItvIfI sutl I thati tloavutswa iwt tII sent free by mall Address Dr Kilmer Binghamton N Y When writing mention paperDont r KilmersjI bottlei LIPPINCOTTS MONTHLY MAGAZINE A FAMILY LIBRARY The Best in Current Literature 12 COMPLETE NOVELS YEARLY MANY SHORT STORIES AND PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS 250 pen YEAR 25 CTS A COPY NO CONTINUED STORIES I EVERY NUMBER COMPLETE IN ITSELF 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE I I rTRADE MARKS f DESIGNS r COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone sooIna it sketch end ilcklr iur rtnla our opinion free whether an Invention It rroSnblr ttfntahlo Communlm tlonsMrirtlycnnadcntliU HANDBOOK on latenta patentrntruta I I rjvfrtol cobs without clmive la tho ScIetit C American I Ahandsomerf UtaitriktiKl vceltlr Ijnv t ttrIrulaU1n of any scientldo Joumal Term is P fur tone months fL 80h1 b7 alt newdeule- raiUNNCodb1 i mibNewYork JR BAYS WIT- HNEWBERRYCLAY SHOE CO HUVTINQTON IV VA SOLID Asn 11KMA1UK S1IOKS Loot Wfil Kit Welt ntu Wtonr We- lliThlj Kipling Shoe a Specialty I v H- ua 111Wyj I MILLER CECIL IO OFFER GREAT BARGAINS A pretty foot in a pretty shoe Will please your wife and please you too And this 1Is the place to buy them ns we IllrflctiotlItIlt1II II Man give us nil the discount B in Brogans and Uentlemens FinergldusIi Cftllltlrtfeed you toa Everything here kept by I nil tipto date Country Store WAXTKO u Quirklv trw persons to rep- went Innir estahlUiied wholesale hon JcltllItrritII xponses pltldttkl Hxpiitse money advanced lummi ion extra 1erulancn- teuiaesuntltusinesssaeeessfbl I t IroIlSIIexperience not essential Kneloe I I1tTTHIS taIe Mulilal lifeII AssociationI I IAssurance OF WORCESTER MASS fiSTPAYS ANNUAL DIVIDENDS s- PAID UP INSURANCE ANt SURRENDER VALUES I FIXED BY LAW j I fc2rTusr A urrnr TALK WITH ROSK MAKKS IT niGHT ALL RlGIITii I I C B ROSE DISTRICT MANAGER JACKSON KY LADYorthiscountyof solid financial standing 2000 straight cash salary and expenses paM each Mondll direct from helllqualtera moneyndVncedAddressManager LD PAPERS men leatthllI i CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Havei Always Bought Bears the- SignaLUre of In- Use For Over Thirtyi Years CASIORIAGUAR Vnir health lhy using PlRF dour LPiiy The most healthful vial preparation iis Hour and th most lunilthful Hour is MANSFIELDS iBEST PATENT I IIfIoun AND LillyI1filhd j very best selected wheat on a mill that is mechanically perfect Wo say MANSFIELDS is tho finest Hour made but wedoit expect I you to take our word for it trye itIFlourIBuy r man R C Mansfield Son KOSSLYX KENTUCKY BERT DANIEL llruiliiiartor OwUtlrlllr Hr mtrRRsJtSTI THE I PETERS SHOE COST LOU MO I Solicits the iiatronnge of mountain met chants ninl eunrtintecs satisfaction obtained orno rC Write fbronrI IPro pUr PETIA LETTER bolero weIIii successSend and wr send IMMEDIATE FREE REPORTON PAT ENTABILITY 20 years practice Regis tered Patent Lawyers write or come to us at 605607 7th St WASHINGTON D C I DR F C BAKES PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KYII wmanswer nil be found nt SprioglhenI 1 R IPANS Tabules Doctors find A proscriptionFor The 5 cent packet ii enough for niual oe cationi The family bottle 60 cents eon twins a supply for a year All druggist iell them JI j d THE HERALD i Entered nt tlin lintel Green Post o 111 ct an second class mutter k prink Wainscotta Pop 47 Try THE HEAALD and Courier Journal at 100 and do it now S E Vmignu the photographer came in Tuesday Bud is stopping j at the Day House VA TEDFour good sadIe and harness Nurses 15 hands i from QI I to 8 years old H F PIERATT Dr Nickell reports the birthof a boy to the wife of Jell Cruey ofr Red River on Tuesday morning oaSTOnABeen the1tt Kind You Have Mhrals BoogM liguBorn d on Wednesday April 0 to the wife of McFarland Gibbs near Jaysboro a hey Dr Nickell oil c atingIRev Barney Blankenship1 preached last Sunday evening at Consolation to a large and attentive audience See ad of J C Scobeo farm for solo and if you want a tine farm write him and got particulars He liar a largo farm Tom MorrowI of till+ Jackson Hustler in this iissue offers for snio a fine farm wee ad mud write him for prices MissI Mary 1ieratt who has been on the sick list for the past flaw vooks with fever is able to lt1ontJ Rev David May of Harrison County has been hero for several days buying tmrles or trying to do SlBut up to Monday he load only two pairs The Rod Men art increasing in numbers rapidly Three jotted Tuesday night and three others united with the order on Tuesday night week Mrs Wuillis whose illness has heretofore boon mentioned continues critically ill with dropsical troubles Sho is unconscious nenrly all the time 4Silas Tutt County Court Clerk of Cnmton is critically ill and a If tel phonomesstgo summoning his sister Mrs McFarland Gibbs to his bedside indicates that his con dition is dangerous The local lodge of Red Men will I give a parade on the streets of F Hazel Green April the lloth every- bodyL is invited to come nn1SHO their now uniform It is the fin- estt ever soon in this place Tho Academy nine and the Days It boro nine will cross bats hin L match game on Saturday and the t ladios are especially invited to see IR tho prowess of tiles young ath fetes in tho national game r John Bays representing the I XewberryClay Shoe Co Hunting ton W Va was in town yesterday t and has his card in this paper I Just before reaching hero ho sold Miller Cecil of LOri City a J handsome lino of footwear Call upon them and seo how they sell r them and everything else t A rfAUAXTKUH CVKK run IUHS f Itching Hlind Hloedlng or Irotrudinc t Piles Druggists re tu nil money it rAO OINTMENT fills to euro nay cast no milt r tor of how lung standing from tr5 to i14 days iI t TSrst application gives ease and rest wo H If your druggist hasnt it semi ftc in i Ihunpll and it will be forwarded postpaid t by Purls Medicine Co St Louis Mo r R J McLin loft Monday for Loo City Torrent Winchoster etc Und while away may organize a private oil company to develop fiBomo lands in and about Ha z o 1 Green Should this bo lout it I will give Hazel Green a greater business impetus than anything that could transpire at present ilsss Daisy Day accompanied Mr JloLin to Winchester whore sho willvisit the families of her uncles Floyd and John Day rCASTORIAI For Infanta and Children Tli Kind You Have Always Bought s SMUTS the f Signature of f COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES Hazel Green Academy 1905 From 13th to 17th May Inclusive YoungMeusSunday May 14 11 a m Bac calaureate Sermon 8 p in Au nual Address to Young People Ho CovingtonMonday tainmont EterI Tuesday May 10 Young Wom ens Declamatory Contest Wodnesday May 17 10a m pmThei 1OpmAnnuali Cheated Death Kidney trouble often ends fat ally but by choosing tho right medicine E H Wolfe of Bear Grove Iowa cheated death Ho saysIITwo years ago I had Kidney Trouble which caused mo great pain suffering nnd anxiety but I took Electric Bitters which effected complete cure I have also found thorn of great benefit in general debility and nerve trou ble nod keep them constantly on hand since as I find they have no equal All druggists guarantees thom at iiO- cHurrah For tho PoetPainter The poetpainter last week tried his skill as an artist in japalack ing the furniture of tho editor and his better suven eighths the color being gloss white and that he did tho job to a queens tasto goes without saying Japnlac is of itself a great boautitior to old or worn furniture null when put on by Situ Wilson it is doubly decora tive Ho also finished up some inside work for Jolla Ward mind wife Shako Into Your Shoes Allens FootKase 1 It cures pain i ful swollen smarting sweating foot Makes now shoos easy Sold by all druggists and shut stores Dont accept any substitute Sam ple free Address A S Olmsted Le Roy X Y- Development Is Coming dipt Brush who has tho con tract for drilling the well to be put down at once told our ian about town Monday that tho derrick for the Holly Wilson woll will be completed by next Monday ov joning and all the machinery on the ground by tho latter part of the week This indicates drilling willi begin about thntI week and once the ball is put ling it is confidently bolioved that development will go forward at a rapid ratty Hows this for a winner Pin IlJ RID 1 pages i Tho Atlanta Constitution S to JO pages und the Sunny South S to 10 pages You elm get them all for 125 the year by calling on or addressing TUB llKKAur tf H F Pieratt has extended tho telephone to his residence which will bo a great convenience for people on Sunnday when a hurry call becomes neccessary as tho switch can bo arranged to com municate with nay point FIFTY CENTS IN some conditions the gain from the use of Scotts Emulsion is very rapid For this reason we put up a fiftyvccnt size which is enough for an ordinary cough or cold or useful as a trial for babies andchildren In other conditions the gain is slowerhealth cannot be built up in a day In such cases Scotts Emulsion must be taken as nourishment a food rather than a medicine Its a food for tired and weak digestionsS- end for free sample Scott Bowne 409415 Ptri st CIIItsNew York SOC and 3noo All drugfUU The editor of this paper will endorse the itSKtmTA honesty of the following paid localI i came to lluxcl Urccn and stayed two weeks giving free shows every night and selling my owe make of medicine The remedies were good nod did good for all my customers and many of your people followed me to Cnmpton Jackson and Benttrville to get 1111wereII I boughtIII tomers thou ant other metticiue moon that lots ever visited your community auld I take I this methed to inform you that 1 am still alive hale and hearty and although nearly I OS years of age feel like a youngster ot 30 i Myself and tuuiily lwife and two boys at Rock Island llliuois where I have lheIoffice from which 1 ship daily to nil I of the United States the IUlIticlnr1thlttwake and have I yearsMy Medicines Wont Raise the Dead Hut I still oiler OXK HVNDIIKD DOLLARS llKWAHU for any of the following diseases that the use of my remedies fail to benefit onsuuptionAstluuultuptureTupelrorrnLust uuy and all Female diseases Spinal Disease Lumbago Kidney Disease Catarrh of Head Chronic Constipation Indigestion Stomach trouble Old Ioresfiles Scrofula Wont Blood Diseases Necrosis or riililiiK of the bone Big Neck White Swellings crvons tress Heart Palpitation Liver Troubles Dy spepsi t Vurlcoeele Nervous contracted disease lilt DlsllbllltllIirI I of force manly waste skin Birth Marks Old Sores orc Sores in Scalp and main others lilt SKCllKT OK MY SlVCKSS is ill the IItrlljIthat 1 gather in the woods where they grow Hud 1 sin the only living white nuns that dugs this sod 1 snake UNK MKhUlNX lot ONK UISKASK On this plan my remedies do good for eaeh person I deal with Now if you have chronic disease of any kllliI that your resident doctors lure opt and van out cute write to me describe your feelings Mint symptoms Ira your wn way nmue till true date nod mouth of your birth that I way know your ale iucloo u Jevnt stump for reply and IINiii answer and tell Just what 1 would have tile of my own family use ji if either ul them were similarly NttticUd i and my prier IM the tuudioiue 1then if want the medicines write we and put rII price in the letter register your letter the HtetolKcc and on receipt of same here 1 will ship you the very best uiediciue tliat can be had on earth with full eoHipleto I directions how to use them wed when fol lowed a Positive Curt will result 10 UTI DKLAY WKITIXU TO IKlI life is twin at my aie and to get my medicines vor MST w KIIK TO MK WItIl1e t AM 1111 K AddreM all wailllikt IhbIC s 1llKITilE UPIlI E MANI 1lIlK ISLAND ILLINOIS KrKciAL I iKKtTios You eau cut out the above printed addres and paste it j your envelope and it will bo cute to rtM 011Ii me l White of an egg makes a good pasteI KXTKA SlKciAl tIt sure and tell me ex wetly how to direct my letter to you so as to reach you WIKTK Yovx owN NAMK nAiv j AM iHSTtxiT If yon Ret wail by rural free delivery TKtl MK souitd give the num i her of the route and you will quickly hear j fiom me All letters are strictly confiden tial and are opened by me in person So j talk plain MIIlldll me all I can send you a remedy for any ailment NO MATTKH WHAT IT ISlud it will work like a charm If you reader are not articled in any way wont you please call the attention ot some1 sudering relative or friend to this natire MI that theycan regain their health IllHillg this you will be doing theta a kiiiduei and me a favor at the waist time My prices are very illustrate 1 will send IIIi 3loxesRiiull of my Indian Herbs for uiIi tolllIItht box is worth that Always send mkney w it your order ItII Waylaid on TroublesomeI j I The inengro particulars of n trAg ody which tiny result fatally to tho victim reached Jackson for tilt I first time last Monday morning A young man by the name of Hughes wan shot in n mysterious manner on this date iontioued by an unknown person tlll deed being committed on Troublesome Creek 20 miles rum Jackson Hughes I was not so badly wounded as to prevent him from walking home i IK lives with his father on that i croak loud at midnight ho reached his homo bleeding profusely from bUlk18hotfrom ambush but stubbornly ro fused to indicate the place whore 1 ho was shot or any other details leaving the matter closely veiled in mystery His wounds are of such ii character that it is bolioved that he will die He is about 22 years old Jackaon IInailer Kitchen Economy With the uniform high charges for gas tho gas stove is ordinarily tho most expensive piece of household machinery and at the steno time it is the one least understood by tho average housekeeper Writ jug in tho May Delineator under tho topic Gas Stove and Refrig I orator Knowledge Isabol Gordon I Curtis has some suggestions in this I connection which rob tho gas j stove of some of its terrors of cost Young housovrivos particularly will i profit by reading tho article which is in the series The Making of a Housewife Othor topics of do mestic interest in the same number nroIA Crown of Lamb illus trated for Easter service Leftovers It also illustrated and a fund of kitchen loro and recipes under the headings uA Nest of Eggs I n i GREAT SACRIFICE 2000000 WORTH ClothingI are badly ed in this department i We naVe Gut tic Price to tie CorBI Ijj Mothers and Fathers we can interest YOU Come quick and secure bargains l JjOyS Suits Cents1NGOur 3 and d pOK IIOltTSiA1S I 200 s Our Bopst 60I00Ii Best 150 Corduroy Pants 1121 Our 125 87k 111quickM LOUIS 3 GUS STRAUS IL I PLEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Solo Acntu for AIKKKD IIKNJAMIX A COS 1 1IKCT rioTHlNti FOR tlF N11u are now conIIIIJRY jug the tftylrs f IIVIUti Novel MIlthods of Preparing Grapefruit Now Fillings for Layer Cakes anti Household Hints +John M1 Hose has just returned from Cincinnati wnere ho pur chasetll a fresh stuck of dry goods notions etc and as hamitmme a line of ingrain carpets as was ever seen in Hart+ l Green He wants every body to cull nod inspect this stock especially the ladles and would like for those who owe the firm to come in null settl their xa counts Several parties passed through hero this morning with cattle tor the Mt Starling market Among them Henry Hinnkonship A Co with IGo head Noise Clutney und Tom Hasnick with t nice bunch and old Iuclo Bob Bates of Knott Ooubty with a biinch of which lie sold 21l to Charley Hose VERY LOW RATES iTo West and Southwest via the Southern Railway Low round trip rates every first and third Tuesday in each month ISYory choap ono way and round March 21st April lth nod 18th- TTwo trains doily hotwoon Lox ington nil St Louis no change of cars free reclining chair cars Only one change of cars Iwtweon Lexington and tho West vin tho Southern Railway Writo for information T W CREWS Traveling Passengor Agont 111 East Main St Lexington Ky h SiacaJe FOR A- SttuaUOD Spring BookKeepr BasInass PHONOGRAPHY TypeWritingi elcgrapb 4ddtm WILBUR R SMITH LEXINGTON KY Vor drcnlir of bU Umooi wad rotpondtila COMMERCIAL COllEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY Awarded Ke UI Kt 7 erJdsn EzpeUUea- Rtttn to tbon and of aiedeattr to Mtltloni Cetof fall Aaatsa CoarMt Inctadlnl TuI tlon lJooklad Botrd la funllr about fM oooruasa ijpe wnaif u mgr p jyjfmwiiini WTh Knt1lcQ Cnjw tr DI Iollla 8BcIerLr- dtdpv ruiuktM Litanur Coara ffeCl if totted HerocAUoa EIIpow Und llaUaIS 0Id lit A yomr b if WILBUR R SMITH LaxingtonK LI L Special 0ie Way Colonist Rates TO THE WEST NORTH WEST AND OALIFO11NIA vln THE SOUTH ERN RAILWAY MARCH 1st to i MAY 15th and SEPT 15th to OCTOBER 15th INCLUSIVE tt- n3tlo Tol HrlpiiN Butte Anncontia IIis OulMllil uiHiiy other inter 1 Inetlittte potiita J- S3tm1o tK krtne Washington nnd many other intprnuxliato iKtinta f WOU lu fun Frttiicisto SMcruiiiontu i Ixw Atigrlvs Sate IJiigu anti all 1 points in CHlifornia Also to 1i riiivniv and Prescott Arizona and inltirmttdiatu points 11010 To 1ortUiul Oregon Taooma I IWltlhillKIOlI fHttio WltllhluRrfH L Viotoriu It U and many other jiotnts In 1 Wiihliitigton Oregon and knit lull Columbia iTliotfoiitliorii Railway ollors tho very best and most uonvenieut wluHlukH from Lexington nmlItLouisville pointWeM North Wost and in California I LosingIcon tlll illIc or a chitio of cnn Vestibule fitly conch ON anti FllKIS UKCLIN1NG CHAIn t OAKti on nil trains Write for InurmntlonrJ 1CIh E11S TI P A 111 East MainStreet 11 LliXINtJTON 1 KY C II Jlu UJm10ltl D P A ia H1 Fourth Stroo- tLOflSVILLK KY Address LiNDSAY LIGHT CO OHIOAGO ILL G T yoURNOTEIEEAIBEereIwp e mtl f 1 I LIVER TROU8LE a I Sad Tbvdfordi D1aak DrarktI- tourdedmytron for the add Me s t P1earltkdortors ttealltkened Ida I take M MRS CAROLINA MARTIN PaVkersburr W V- If your liTer does not act reg ularly go to your druggist and- secure a package of T6edford BlackDraught and take a dose tonight This pat slll red eise frees the eoaiUpa tetI bowels i I irs up the torpid liver and cases a healthy aecrttioa of bile IMtoidi Black Draaght will cleaaw tM bowel od ua puritle a3 ttrengthen the kid A torpid liver Invites colds bilioumeM chills and fever and all manner of lick new and contagion Weak kid- Ders result in Drights disease which claims na many victims as 25ccnt package pThedforde Black keptinI used Tbedfordi Black Draaffat for llvr an4 klday com lftWILLIAM OOFFIAN Mar blebMd 1- 11THEDFORDS SLACK DRAUGHTPUI3LIU LPIIOX Swanno pasHtd through hero Sunday Mrs Cravims vislod C F Rash t nut funnily Sunday Jepp llnlsoy of Jrassy was in our neighborhood Sunday C V Kush1o has peon sick for sumo time is improving Italian Combs of Stillwatorwas in our vicinity Sunday morning Mr Dyo is building Wm Clarks house und will soon have it com pleteMilt Pioratt of Maytown wee in our nighboorhood Thursday on business Mrs Josie Swaiigo andsum Erb visited Johnnio Kash and family Sunday Howard Miller of Stillwator passed through hero en routo for Kzel Saturday 0 W McNabb sold to Kelly Murphy and Hazard Downing 10 head of cattle for 105 also John Kash sold two head for 25 Several of the boys from town were out Sunday looking after the interest ofn Sunday school at Publio Square and will organize Sunday 10th at 3 oclock Carl Murphy of Greasy Creek was soon going to Cosolation Sun lay accompanied by his cousin Miss Nora Pioratt I believe Carl thinks there is no place like Con solation Ye scribe wag very sorry to hear of the death of Clario the little deauRhtor of E T Kash But our Savior said suitor littlo chil dren to come unto me and forbid them not for of such is the king dom of heaven April 10 TEMtist r Last Hope Vanished When loading physicians said that W M Smithart of Pokin la had an incurable case of 061 uumptiou his last hope had vanished j but Dr Kings New Discov ery for Consumption Coughs and Colds kept him out of his grave He says Thus great specific completely cured me and saved my life Since then I have used it for over 10 yours and consider it a marvelous throat and lung euro tI Strictly scientific cure for Coughs Sore Throats or Colds sure preventive of Pneumonia Guaranteed 50c and 100 bottles at all druggists Trial bottles free MAYTOWN MISSIVES 0 Clarence Pioratt is very ill Will Kash wns in town Monday J H Wilson is on the sick list Mrs R A Day visited her moth er Mrs Patrick of Ezol Sunday Asa Pieratt and family visited W VCox and f TJl1aiMir y nnd nayIt r P+ Jordou Wills of Hazel Greon was tho guest of his grandaughtor littlo Miss Ruth Wills Monday Roy Wm Tyler passed through here Monday on route home from PinoGrovo whore ho preached Sun day Some boys came up tho Ezol road Sunday and passed through hero going in the direction of Frank Centers As they went back some of them wore holding others on their horses They looked to be about 14 to 18 years old Sell ing whiskey to boys on Sunday ought not to bo allowed April 10 OMEGA OA rcRX JI tN US KIM Yet K t Ahn oft- of Bifiatu d MURPHY FORK MINUTES e Don Murphy left Tuesday on a trading expedition Henry Murphy loft horo Tues dday on route to Fills Branch John Pioratt visited the bedside of Doc Kash Sunday night Belle McNabb of Public Square paid Nora Pieratt a pleasant whit SundayDock Murphy and John Pieratt passed through our village on routo to Helochawa Henry Murphy and wife loft Saturday for Long Brunch to visit friends flue relatives John Pieratt on Monday last swapped IL pair of mules to J l1 Day to a nice inure mid 227 Lust Saturday J IS Smithof lelIiit see puruhftsod of Mort Ce cilIL largo limundry of poplar tim her on Murphy Fork price private April 8 MOUNTAIN Boy H A Daredevil Ride nltons ctiula in a sad accidentt To bout accidental injuries uses Bucklons Arnica Salvo A deep wciiiul in my foot from an acci dent writes Thoodoro Suhuelo of Columbus 0 caused mo great pain Physicians wore helpless but Bucklens Arnica Salve quick ly healed it Soothes and heals like magic 25c at all druggists TRENT TOPICS 0 Mrs Caroline Fulks who has boon quite sick is again going aboutJohn Brown and family have moved back here from Hazel GreenOld man Landsaw who has boon quite sick at the home of Hen Brewers is some better Mrs Dennis Holion and daugh ter who have been very low with foyer are improving- On Tuesday april 11th there will bo a law suit in Square Tay lors court between J D Edwards and Lewis Brown The citizens about here have leased their land to the oil compa ny in which they will got some few test wells in from three to six monthsApril 10 MoitNiNd DEW LEE CITY LOCALS 0The O it K train wrecked Sat urday at Wilhurat Bon Murphy pasood through Friday with a bun h Of cattle Cleveland Allen returned from Louisville Wednesday where ho has been in school Curtis Hollon still remains very low his mother has been called to his bedside from Mt Sterling Miss Mnlifl Shaokolford visited her brother K Shackelford of our town from Friday until Sunday returning to II G A The nicest and cheapest line of millinery and ladies articles to be found You will find at Miller it Cecils opening Friday D Co tUBer and wife returned from Cincinnati Saturday where they have been buying the largest took of goods over brought to Leo City and the price the cheapest parentsWilsonWise The brido is the beautiful daughter of W P Wise tho groom a strut moral young mai Quito a crowd attended April 10 SVLYIA Taylor Day lost about 150 panels of fence by woods fire lot out from Jim Combs clearing on Mon lqy Tom Leo lost 110 panels of pest and rail fonce and several panels of worm fenco by fire last Monday Charley Roso bought of Elsbory Little four head of steers from Ben Collinsworh four head from lien Murphy 22 head from Josie Swahgo ono He will take them to court at Mt Sterling Monday I Miss Corda Breuuoman who left home months ago for a pro tracted viiit to relatives in Ohio is now enjoying a lucrative posi tion She was visiting an aunt in Cincinnati Miss Fannie Brenne man who taught her tho art of hairdressing and Madam Clara Hallburn offered her n position in her art parlors She accepted and expertinQeon City Parlors of Cincinnati at a salary of 8 per week of which hor friends are glad to hear u IIII reJci I have for sale at private contract a splendid blue grass farm contain ing 135 acres all in grass 75 acres firstclass tobacco land Well wa tered good 7room dwnlling ico house buggy house dairy Micro tobacco hum lull all necessary outbuildings on turnpike rural free mail delivery daily This farm is six miles from Winduslor half milo front good country store blacksmith shop schoolhouse and churches A vory desirable brine Iin excellent nnighiorhood Price 75 par acre 1uvII1I pay the expenses of any one to go and Wik at thy farm provided a sale is made Address or cull on- T M Moitumv tf Jackson Kv FOR SALE OR RENT Hiftlily improved sunk farm f7tacrtH in the Itlnu Grass section of Cliirk CountyI 1Ivy Hit un tet oa the Mt Ster ling and WincIifMtcr turnpike being about Seven mitt from Winchester and tho HHIIIO from Mt Sterling Ky Can bo divided into four farms as follows One of 80 acres with good house of five rooms and now tobacco hum One of 100 seas adjoining the above with houHc of four room and large to bacco barn Onn of 180 acres with large dwelling of eight rooms all necessary outbuild jogs thren barns mid two tenant houses One of 211 acres with two houses two barns and outbuildings SSTlfnr piirticulam address 1 OSCOHKR 7riO Winchester Ky JOHN W CRAVEN UNDERTAKERHAZEL will carry a complete line of COFFINS AND CASKETS- and answer all calls by telephone or promptlyW John H Rose will answer all calls in my absence Headquarters for Monument and Tombstones Respectfully c JOHN W CRAVEN I OHIO 81 KENTUCKY RAILWAY TIME TABLE OCT 10 1004 EAST BOUND No 33 lie lg No 21 Daily ex STATIONS Daily exl Sunday r 1 f Sunday I 3 30 0 Jackson 27 11 20 3 35 6OKJunction 22 11 26 417 11Wllhurai M 20 11 52 4 30 13 Hampton 13 11 68 5 10 20 Lee CltYM 11 12 22 5 18 22 Helechawa 6 12 28 5 45 27 Cannel City 0 12 45 PM Ann PM Ann WEST BOUND No H Kl No 22 Dally ex = STATIONS Dally ex Sunday SUndRY AMLvB PM Ann i 15 27 Tunnel City rO 1 05 i oil 21 Helechawa 6 1 22 i 50 19 Lee City 11 1 28 8 30 13 Hamilton 13 1 62 H 43 10 Wilhurst 20 1 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