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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i r- fa r fro- f 1 F TE HAZEL GDEEN HEjAL1i i I o Established March 4 1885 Mado Famous In II the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORoll 0 a j TWENTIETH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE I lCOUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 27 1905 NUMBER 89 SFKNCKR O viuir Had editorThe Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 50 Cents a Year s 1 WASH MILLER President W WILLIS VicePresidont ti y it liit At iWINCHESTER KY PAID UP ClPE1lIJSIOOOOOOO i DyiTake Qgifiine Tabletst1 ISeven IiSilion boxes sold in past 12 months This Signature jc53HJ S f GYYiLLYait 741IMiB1P71RCeStdnllssitwtaYKeAOrr4 ys U Li c- L If t1- f yoJJt VE C Ii V JL JDJAIEHS IIN tft 11e tl Ij CJi ehnn US D tJr I Goo s llug Hoots SUOCH No 1 ttlI ypdZxf1S3 s FXS41siu 1 scsC- urrylJlAZ G EEIXtlrt j a complete stock of everythingusually found in n FirstClns+ Country Store and in addition HUNDREDS OF ARTICLES THAT If t storolfl I DEPARTMENT STORE ns it carrion everything usually found in t such estuiliiliinMits IVe keep things a moving and everything fresh Ir If you im hunting shopworn and shoddy stun youll have to jgo olso t where But if you want clean fresh uptodato stool come here rsHIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE IN TRADE IE r And all Roods sold as lowaye lower than you can buy them from THE OTHER FELLOW When you want bargains come to us T = ILM t ClOSINC OUT f S 1LrsEto quit nisiI10ssS lint to niako rwulv for our spring stock 9f Good which will bo one of tIll largest am1 most varied ever brcAighl to this market So avail yonrselvos of this J JGREtlT REDUCTION IN PRICES by calling early and securing some of the bargains that will lbe ottered Kemember to secure these bargains you must tB JI GT J JE tO JH By the way if you owe the linn anything be sure and call and settle as we expect this of you and1 it wig save us calling on you personally Yours respectiuiiy- JTII1 fL ivt JR O E co I + TER USING d i p I HEALTH l J VITALITY 1fAC02T 19 encrQtlvII The great remedy for nervous prostration and nil distacs of tim organs of either sox such os Nervous Prostrotton ManhoodWorry lmpQtcncy Nightly Emissions Youthful Errors Mental oxcoulvo use of Tobacco or Opium which load to Consumption and Insanity With cvcr- Ji5 order wo RUBrontco to curo or refund tho money Sold M il100 per bolO o boiot for 1500 DU1T10T1S CUEmV4L COt ICI1fllaad aura A H HAMPTON J W POYNTER CaGhierII I aAVe solicit your banking business and promise you prompt and careful service every attention and accommodation consistent with cor rect baulking principles Laxative imo XZ l Cures Grip In Two Days on every box 25c Ao 1TtLTiECOUCHAND w jEifSI I Il FOR ulddtivryfONSUMPTION S oatutd Quickest Cure for u THROAT nnd LUNG nilIILES or MONEY BACK Ledii ton end Eastern Railway Tulle Tablo in Effect Oct 16 1904 WEST BOUND No 1 n Dully ex I 11li= Dally ex bumUy tiiiii I 11 hnuday 1 Arrlill rt iIp11Arr11 I 21 inn 01I IJIOj 2 3ff pat 1tclam 20 I4MttyveJe U t111 poi 7 17 lUll IlO puiNutI S 01 i 8 2S am lii Stanton i 57 4 30 Im- S 37 un 6J Ciar City OV I SO jun o 10 lUll 1II 21 am iOII pininclioiiferi 10 10lilll Loxitil ton4 0 06 um EAST BOUND No 2 X 111No4I Iailyoz =i Dully ex Sunday STATI01SIIII L I Sunday IM Lvel AMJre 2 25 QLexhibtoulOi 7 45 am 3 10 JlIIII LOj Winchester 20 8 12 nm 3 TiG IUIWIClo CIt10 0 13 am 1 O1 puijHi Stfurton14 0 23 min 4 35 i Ii7 l 9 54 am 4 40 7OIBeattyvoJcj 1008 am 5 11 Ism 701029 am 6 11 90 00 11 20 nit ti 16 puiI94IJncksou 111I to am Nos 3 and 4 make clove connection forI Cannel City nnd points on Ohio and Ken I tacky Railway Division daily except Sun dayNos 1 and 2 connect nt L E Junction 1 with Chesapeake and Ohio for ML Sterling pointsNos at ITrattvviHc June tion with LA for Beattyvllfe dolly ex cept Sunday I n11fdnarerOIlAB j THE ODD FELLOWS Of Hazol Greon and Other Nearby Towns Celebrate the 86th Anniversary of Order April 20 has been n day long looked for in tho local brnnchos of tho 1 0 0 F On this day tho Seth colobration of tho birth of tho order was to bo observed and Ha zol Green Lodgo No 107 was to bo tho hostess of all tho lodges in tho surrounding country In the early morning of tho groat day showers of rain throntuned to keep many of tho guests away but as tho hours rolled on tho clouds wore dispersed and tho visitors bogan to gather in largo numbers About 10 oclock all was in readiness at tho hall but as yet no sight of the Campion delegation had boon re ported Tho band from West Lib orty was prosont and well prepared to lead the way Finally tho Campton brothers headed by the gonial Greonberry Stamper cline in and the lino was quickly form ate13ro Koynolds was unani mously elected Marshal and at once proceeded to arrange the ranks Following tho band came tho lo cal lodge which was represented by a largo majority of its member ship close behind tho locals canto tho representatives from Campton West Liberty French burg Cnnoy Lou City ICzol Maylown and oth er lodges After a parade through tho principal streets tho lino of march was broken at the grovp where a largo Inncoura of people had gathered Noble Grand Clay Lacy of Ilnxcl Green Lodge jin some vary appro priatH introductory remarks intro duced tho sponkers and announced tin days program The opening address was mado by Prof G W Woodburywho wel comed the assembled brothers and friends to tho hospitality of Hazel i ruIsPi11sof Lykina Lodge No 1105 of Camp ton Mr Stamper spoke feelingly fled well concerning the reputation for hospitality long held by ITiuol1 Groan and thanked tho local bro there for this Mother tribute of tin ir good will Dr Center Will den in tho local lodgo and Chair man of time Committee on Arrange ments then gavo u honrty invitation to all present to hharoin tho dinner whicn should bo prepared while the line of march was being reformed Upon return of the paradors dinner was ready Bro Williams n Put Grand in the order and R hustling member of tho local com mittee pronounced tho glossing Bud started tho feasting A groat abundance of hood things ad boon prepared by Bro Townsond clod his helpers all of whi 1 I was great appreciated aa tho ready disap pearance of hog snoop chicken otc etc soon testified A heavy shower of rain drove tho large crowd into thoschoolhousoblack smith shop etc soon after dinner Ibo band enlivened the wnit bo tweon tho dinner hour and tho time of speaking by rendering n fine selection of patriotic and son timental airs When tho sun ro appearod all repaired to the grove where tho Noble Grand again took up the task of introducing the speakers Bro Ben Sowell of tho Campton Lodgo made an eloquent address on Odd Fellowship So touching WUB his appeal for tho fyc You MustSleepIf you cannot it is due to an irritated or congested state of the brain which will soon de prostrationNature it is as important as food j it 1 is a part of her building and sustaining process This poriod of unconsciousness relaxes the mental and physical strain and allows nature to restore ex hausted vitality lr Miles Nervine brings refreshing sleep because it soothes the irritation and rq congestionIt it nourishes and strengthens ev cry nerve in tour body and organsNothing and vitality as surely nnd quickly as Dr Miles Nervine During tho past wlntor I hair two Rtticka f taurlpp which leftime very weak and in Ivul condition I i 1 wnw ao niTVoj I could not deep My wlfo after trylnir different IlmedIrent fur a doctor The menr was tout and a neighbor recommended DA t Mike Nervine and Mho brought Imm a iwtlle 1 lead not slept fur ome tone 1 and hint terrible paints In my hwwl After taking a few 111118 of XorvtBe the pain wna m t PI N ivt re and- dept I 1 nm now taking tho nccond mhtn and ii ni cra nturi lmt ve lt e llliNRV M SMITH rudorhlll frt rDrI t 9UIdruggletfirst bottle will benefit IIf It falU he y will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind i 4 u t- order thn thiN hearers were 11urvedtto tears At the rnnolusion of his address Bro TIT Jiovvrnmlv of tho Fronclmbarg Lodge spuko on the subject What OddFcllow ship It Nut Ilia remit rku wt w F very pointwl very witty ninl very woll received Bro Groon berry Stamper closed tho spooking by wlfow well chosen remarks on tU aims and purposes of tho order and the titue of adjournment WM at hand Many thanks nro due the Com mittee on Arrangements for tho Hplondid manner in which all things were conducted A word of approval should also hegivemlb Wont Liberty hand for their good t music stud for their bow of pa tience upon beiuK ubtigod to wad 1cjj so long for the viiitors The popular verdict from alt concerned was A hearty good time good muaio a good dinner hood speaking and it goodl Order to join STATS ov OHIO OITY or Toutiw 1 M t LUCAS COUNTY j rI1Chenoyrnaketontbthfho i II1 Cheney tQo doing bueiiieafl i in tho Glty of Toledo county and State aforesaid nut that said Arm will pay the sum of ONE HLNDKBD DOIIAUS for ouch and ovary case of bythel FUANK J CIIIKXY 4 Sworn to lx foro mo und sub i scribod in my preEoncc thirty Oth 1 day of Decombor A D 1880 tBEArl J I Halls Catarrh Curo is takon in turnnlly und nets directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the- systomn Send for testimonials free F J CUKNEY tCo Toledo 0 Harrison Littlo of Dnysboro was in Friday to subscribe for Tin HERALD when ho romarkod that ho was n Republican candidate for Jailor of Wolfe County at tho No vember election nt tho request of 004 votors in both parties tt 04 TORE Bean theTema K W You Han lIpaut of- v I j iP a i9 i 11ThEtHERALD Entered nt the JInxel Green Post once tin Second olnn Mutter Official Paper of Wolfe Circuit Court SPENCER COOPER Editor OhHAZEL GREEN KY I THURSDAY April 27 1005 OFFICIAL DIRECTORY CIRCUIT COURT =Third Monday in January First Monday in May and Third Mnndiiyin September Eighteen Judical days Robt Riddle Judge QUARTERLY COURT Tu OB day after 1st Monday in March June Pep tcnibcr nod December COUNTY COURT First Monday in JudgeFISCAL in April and October NOTICE DK Join A TAU HIm of Jackson our correspondent id authorized to roceivo nnd rocoipt for subscriptions advertising job printing otc wherever jio inny hOt Very respectfully e HlKNCKIt CoOlKIt nn-t Anno n7EmenTi11 111 urr autlioriwd I Iinn rioX nnuni I1KNRY M COX of West Lib rty an cnndidiitr for Jpp rcecotntlvQ fiom the Iht district nb jeot to 111flf the Democratic party DEMOCRATIC TICKET Ier Stuto Sojmto SAM WIIKKLKlt For County Judge t T fro CEtfTEtt For Sheriff kJF rk JtOIIER1CARROfL For County Attoruny illEEMJEIiRY STAMPER Far fiuporintPinl iit Hnhooli W Jl OHAMJ3J5RS For Tailor W G iIALSEY Vat Aeanssor- r I15 ALL12N For Surveyor ISI r CUFJCCIIi For Coroner FRANK SAMPLE Tho contnst innticurntod by Tho HuraUlnH towhiit twoof KtMittickynt HOIIB aliould bo honored by having 1 1theirHtatuea placed in the hail of Statuary will close on Saturday April 2th In this contest The Herald offer 125 in four prizes ouo of 10 one of 750 one of 5 one 0- 250to f those students in Kon tuoky col logos or public Bcltoo- lwho name the two men who are selected by the majority of al those not students who express an opinion as te what two neon should be so honored The purpose of The Herald in inaugurating this contort and in offering theso prizes was to arouse interost in the study of tho lives of Kentuckys dead sons who served well their country and reflected honor on thoir State Wo ask every ono who sonds in any selection to give the roasonfl why in his judgment the two men ho names should bo honored above other distinguished dead Wo hcpo a large number of tim people o Kentucky will express their prof erence and that in each nod every school in tho State attention will1 be called to this contort that tho students may have their interest t directed to tho study of tho history of tho Stato and of the times dur ing which Kentucky had a worldwide i fame as tho birthplace and horn of groat moo- N selection will bo considered in determining tho result of tho contest which is not received by tho 29th of April and tho prizes will bo awarded to those who make tho first selections Wo again ask tho papers of tho State to call attention to this contest and hope that it may result in reviving to n certain extent a know ledge of and admiration for those to whom Kentucky and the world owe so much Lexington Herald lf Aprilloth bd4 t i w- u i rI VtPffwfvMil LACONICLLINKS ++ a v MW 4 POULTXKV MIOKLOWKS usefulness in MuBsnchusettB is gone forov r Jlesiiid in public that the Negro is not It good legislator MX CAHXKniBs statement that he never said hu desired to dit poor shows that he is not so different from the rest of ui after all ie TUB Governor of Iowa is work jug the Iowa Idea again It is a hopeless task we fear until the Republican party is defeated TUB creation of vast private fortunes out of monopolism turn of tho public utilities will soon be ended The public iii becoming wise e4DONT be surprised if some en lliusiafitic telegrams from Oklaho ma state that President Roosavolt shot nutlooating bOlus ell tho wing 4 Tint Japanese are said to bo smallJ because they use no chairs Nor have they been lotting tho Rus sinus use any either for sometime past SENATOR BURTONS native modesty will provent him from taking tho initiative in such a radical proceeding as resigning from tho Senate w PERRY BELMONT wants tho widest publicity about campaign contribution Mr Rockefeller will have friendsin that case WASHINGTON has the advantage over most of tho cities After the Congress and the Legislature ad- Journ it is not pestered by a row in the City Council TEXAS has no objection to cheer ing Republican President between campaigns and if they were all liko Roosevelt theres no tolling what might happen COLORADO decided not to have a Stato oil refinery The octopus holdfterritory contiguous to Kansas if tho Sunflower State is in revolt IT MUST bo n queer a method of reasoning which loads that certain class of church workers to insist that n bad man like Mr Rocke feller shall not be allowed to do good Queer some people aF x tin ROOSBVKLT of course lost no time in wiring warm congratu lotions to tho newly elected foyer of Chicago a Democrat and a So cialist but tho father of thirteen 1roll Dunn good and faithful servant Ouu English cousins who are anxious for the United Status to be an outandout ally aro saying such nice things about President Roosevelt that he will almost bo made to fool that he is President of both nations J A KANSAS City Mo getrich quick concern failed and thought I fully posted this sign on their closed doors Goodbye Suckers Goodbye It is a great pity those suckers did not hnow that thoy were it earlier in tho game TUE Congregationalists have at Inst decided to hold on to Rocko fellers 100000 gift of tainted money We aro not quite sure whether it is on the ground that they need it or that all money iis filthy lunro anti looks alike IDA TAIIHELL advises Kansas t quit sizzling and get down to busi ness in tho fight against tho Stan dard Oil octopus Kansas may be sizzling but Standard Oil will be doing tho Some thing before the gets through with it x x II Wno owns thu railroads asks an Iowa paper Ve have built nI good many in our mind you knew but we cant say since At torney Dodd has proved an nub1 for the Standard Oil Trust MB ROCKEFELLER has bwi de feuded by his attorney uVhrso bread I Oat his song Ill sins THE Lexington Herald has jnR ndded to it ditorial staff Oluir 1 Stewart and is to be congratu lated upon the acquisition ot such nn able man Mr Stewart wi s rmBiitly on the stair of a Phila delphia paper but severed his connection to come to Lexington Those of our readers who mnem her the brief but brilliant career of tho Louisville Dispatch will recall th + vigorous polic7fof Hint htI1I0S8I that Mr Stewart was in part the presiding genius and Tho Herald1 readers will now lied the slime ro full + ut rays 110todtlllrHi IIII DO YOU GET UPII WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable i l Almost everybody who reads the newII papers is sure to know of the wonderfull I I made by SwampRoott kidney liver remedy the great mod of the nine century dis after years of research b the 1Sl kidney and blad specialist and IIs wonderfully promptly curing lame back kidney uric acid troubles and Brlghts which is the worst form of kidney Dr Kilmers Is not recommended for Thecures If you havekid ney liver or it will be found Just the remedy you It has been tested In so many ways in work In private practice among too poor to purchase relief and scr zuccttlfful 1 in every case that a arrangement has been made by of this paper who have not it may have a sample bottle sent mall also a book telling more about and how to find out If you have or bladder trouble When writing this generous offer in this paper send your address Dr Kilmer Co hamton N Y Dr Kilmer emi pnootdollar remembethesI BinghamtonN VERY LOW RATES To West and Southwest via theI Southern Railway j Low round trip rates every first and third Tuesday in onch mouth jjTory cheap one way and round- trip rates March 21st April ith and 18th Loxington of cars free reclining chair cars butwoenLoxington I tl1SouthernWrite for information T W CREWS Traveling P Mngtr Agent 111 East Main St Lexington Ky I j j t j f O fTIIE HERALD and Courior Journal both to any address 1 n year And now it the time to subscribe flllLIBGECIL LEE CITY KY OFFER GREAT BARGAINS n A pretty foot in n pretty shoe 0gill please your wife and please you too And this JIs the place to buy them as we have everything in shoe perfection and us to pricetroll youll think the Shoo Man Hive us till the discount Bargains in Brogans and Gentlemens Fine Shoes Nor dt stop nt shoes but we can Irons you from head to toe Aye and1 feed yon too Everything hero kept by an tipto date Country Store UPPINCOTFS1I i 1MONTHLY MAGAZINE A FAMILY LIBRARY The Best in Current Literature 12 COMPLETE NOVELS YCARLV MANY SHORT STORIES AND PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS- t 250 pen YEAR 25 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selfaddressed envelope Address SlIlml TF D 1SNTPIt1vEDB11S325 Dearboll St Chicago LADYorc thisountyof solid financial straightensbdirect from headquarters each Monday moneyadvlneedpermanent AddressManager 60S Monon BuIIdlnc Chicago 1 I 1 GUARnYour health by using PURE poor only The most healthful cerial preparation is flour and the most healthful flour is MANSFIELDS BEST PATENT AND I MOtlntaineLilly Milled by water power from theory best selected wheat on a mill that is mechanically perfect IVMANSFIELDS is the finest flour made but wo dont or pect you to take our word for it We DO ask you however to try just ono single sack We know it will bo enough to make you a firm friend of Manfiolds Flour grlJlrjlUnniR C Mansfield lac Son ROSSLYX KJSXTIYKY Special flawWay Colm st Rates i ANDiERN RAILWAY MAKCH 1st to MAY lftth and SElTi Hitt to OCTOBER 16th INCLUIVL M to ml1issoulapoints7O Wnshiniirn nod jointsiOOJs AngelfK San I liif nn mili nil toPhurnixami intermediate points 1 flOJO I TncomalWlishiligtOll t t1ictorjaItin1Vashingtouish Columbia The Southern Railway offers the t very best and most convenient 1 andLouisvillewest and in California Two trains St daily frnn Lexing i i 1c IcuurcnicnceI Vestibule day couches CRrfif FREE RECLINING CHAIR JARS on all trains Write for 1Tf111 1LEXINGTONC H HuxoEiiFonD D P AI234 Fourth Street LOUISVILLE KYII Ii FOR A + Sitratittl IPuIIII BtIk KIslgRuthltsPHONOGRAPHY I 1 t TJpeWrltflcj r TelI Lddreps WILBUR Re SMITH LEXINGTON KY retponittUCOMMERCIAL Awarded Bled l at Wed Expodtle I poetsfCaatohratl i tlon hook end Board In family about fXX r lingaMTehgraphy8pectllittlHDThe a I araeOyuoaWILBUR R SMITH Lexington KJt or no fee Write lor oni PromUfobta1ned LETER before t worth momoney We PATENIS THAT pAY and h alp Inventors to sncccsa Bend model photo or sketch and wo send IMMEDIATE FREE REPO TON PAT Re1IItaredus at 606607 7th St WASHINGTON D C DR F C BAKES PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Will answer all calls nnd may be found at littcnbou8o Ilancb Swango spring wben not professionally engaged R IPANS Tabnlos Doctors find A prescriptionFor The 5cent packet is enough for UllIaI oeo itaiosi themiJ J I r r i iV ffjfi if III n =r 1 TT 0 01f i 1 J yJI J L P A JT i 1t THE HERALD I 4 Drink Wainscotta Pop 47 W 0 Mizo IB attending court at Campton this week Try THE HEAALD and Courier 4 Journal at 100 and do it now John Cecil 011 Tuesday sold to C Hurt a pair of two year old mules for 250 WAITED Four good sadle and harness horses 15 hands j from G to S years old H F PIEHATT Capt Dickson representing H Hihbin Co Cincinnatiwas a guest at the Day House Tuesday E E B Arnold with Kahn Mar tin Co boots and shoes Louisville was in town the first of the j week OASIJIO9XaSears theThe Kind You Have Always Bought Signature IofMrs Buck Hollon and family are visiting relatives at Campton and will be away for a week or 10 days For watches clocks cut glass silverware silver novelties and nil kinds of first class jowejry see rf D Floenor Jackson Ky HOtf Boyd Colo with H Krish Cat lottsburg was in town Tuesday and sold H F Pieratt a nice bill of goodsTO A COM IX ONK DAY Tako LAXATIVE KUOMO JUIXIXE Tab lets All druggists ruluntl the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each box Joe Mrs N P Womack of West Liberty visited her sister Mrs Charley Cecil of West Hazel Green Tuesday J GTrimble who is visiting his daughter Mrs Taylor Day went to Campton Court with Ilobt Mc Lin on Monday Mrs Lillie McLin has been quite sick this week and the fami ly physician Dr Nickell thinks she is threatened with fever Send your watch and jewelry repairing to S D Fleonor Tack son Ky All work guaranteed Prices reasonable work sent lhy 1 mail receive promt attention SOtf Rev Mr Williams of this placopreachod tho funeral of Mrs Gilley Lykins wife of Uncle Wil lis Lykins on Monday at West Liberty There wore two funerals at Ezel Monday Mrs Wilso Lykins and a littlo daughter of John Oakley Whoso mother was formerly a Miss Childors I Dr Nickell reports the birthof a boy to the wife of Larkin Sparks of Toliver on Friday night also te the wife of Francis Charles of Loe City on Sunday a boy There was a woolpicking ut the home of JetTy Rose on Lacy Creek Saturday and a large crowd was present aniong whom Misses Ella and Bettie Cecil and Mary Pieratt The firm of H F Pieratt Co was dissolved the first of tho month and tho ossosts divided Mr Pie I ratt will remain at the old stand and Mr Quicksall his late partner will remove his stock to May town j Prof Woodbury sold out his r household offcts last Monday Mrs 1 Lou Day purchasing the bulk of them and today he left on the cc train at Helechawa for Rogers Ohio whoro ho will again take I 1 charge of tho church CASTORIAForI Till Kind You Haw Always Bougbt r Y n yr- t Y Kttirii loMt H C Quioksali of Brunette Lawho was summoned here to attend the funeral of his father the late Jonathan Quicksall afto a brief visit among relatives and friends in and about Hazel Green left Tuesday for his homo where he is engaged in a general supply store and in cotton raising He likes Louisiana very much as a business point and says if it were possible to have a plantation in that country which could be run by white labor he would bo con tent But as it is nigger niggor sill the time ho gets mighty lonesome sometimes Of course he has his wife and her people as immediate associates but outsido thatlithe colored man and brother is tho whole thing Mr Quicksall thinks however that the outlook for the South is better and that ovont ually some class of white labor will be introduced to supplant the coon when society and other con ditions will improve Terrific Race With Death Death was fast approaching writes Ralph F Fernandez of Tampa Fin describing his fearful I race with loath as a resultI of liver trouble and heart disease which hud robbed mo of sloop and of all interest in life I had tried many different doctors and sever al medicines but got no benefit until I began to use Electric Bit ters So wonderful was their affect that in throe days I felt like a new man and today I am cured of all my troubles Guaranteed at all druggists price 50c Purchased Drilling Outfit Mr Brush who recently erect ed the derrick for the lIlly Wilson place has returned from Par kersburg W Va where ho purchased a drilling outfit now llo cated in Magoffin Monday morn ing teams started to move tho machinery to the Wilson farm Among them wero Ellis Johnson and Oscar McNabbs fourhorse teams and the rig will probably be on tho ground by tho last of next week when drilling will begin in earnest Cleared For Action When the body is cleared for ac tion by Dr Kings Now Life Pills you can tell it by tho bloom of health on the cheeks tho brightness of the eyes tho firmness of tho flesh anti musclus tho buoyancy of the mind Try them At all druggists 25 conts Undo Johnney Rose Qf Lacy I Crook who has boon paralyzed in one side for several months past was able Sunday to come over to the homo of his daughter Mrs Ed Cecil whoro ho is a guest at presort Ho cant walk much but hobbles about without tho aid of a cane OatSCOTTS SCOTTSEmulsion EmulsionWhen store and ask for Scotts Emulsion you know what you want the man knows you ought to have it Dont be surprised though if you are offered something else Wines cordials extracts etc of cod Hver oil are plenti ful but dont imagine you are Jetting cod liver oil when you take them Every year for thirty years weve been increasing the sales of Scotts Emulsion Why Because it has always been better than any substitute for VL Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemist 409415 Pearl Street New York 5Oo and S10O All druggists I t Wtiitrfil MMtiif Undoubtly the most successful revival meeting ever hold in Jack son has just come to a close From the first service Sunday morning April 10th to the last a sunrise prayer service at the train Thurs day April 27 tho interest was un abated Rev Walter Holcotnbvrho conducted tho meeting is a fear less earnest intensely practical preacher While he boldly de nounces sin in high and low ho- well manifests a deep and tender I interest in Che stoner It was truly beautiful to Bee tho pastors and people of all the churches work and pray together for tho glory of God in saving our town Hundreds of Christians have boon revived and have reconsecrated themselves to Christ Porhaps 50 or moro have accepted Christ and will unite with tho various churches May God bless Mr Holcomb for coming to Jackson Bronthitt County News A daily paper for 100 a year is something the public has long de sired 1ho Chicago Daily Review a delightful family daily giving all important nows market roports and many interesting departments for men women and children is sent to subscribers for 1 a your 75 cents for six months j 50 coats for three months Subscribe today Address Tho Chicago Review Co 809 CocaCola Building Chicago Illinois 3211 What Others Think Preparations aro being made fcr tho development of tho oil and gas territory around Hazel Green and in the course of a fow days will bo tho steno of great activity in oil circles Judging from the in dications hazel Green will easily prove a good oil Held as well as a gas field The two gas wells near Hazel Croon arc considered tho furInishiugi provIeing wolls are being brought in dui lly Wo prodict for Hazel Green a groat boom and green oil in abundance Morgan C o u n t Y Vows Shake Into Your Shoes pninIfulI by till druggists and shoo stores Dont accept any substitute Sam plo free Address A S Olmsted Lo Roy N Y +Now Owns a Grey Eagle Team H F Pioratt attended court at Campton Monday and while thoro bought a handsome gray saddle mId harness Ijorso of Henry Garri ison known as tho Roy Smith horse Mr Pieratt will mate him with tho gray ho bought of Jack Center and thinks he will thou have the handsomest team in tho mountains It is sure a nice span and if they have the stamina of their illistrious great great grandsire Grey Eagle thoy will prove worthy scions A Bargain Some young lady or married ono for that matter who is unencumbered with tho taro of a household can get a bargain by buying out the millinery busi ness of Mrs F N Day who is forced to quit because she can not give it her attention Sho has built up a good patronage and the store is well fitted for tho business House can bo rented on easy terms See her ad Card of Thanks Through THE HERALD I desire to return mj sincere thanks to our friends for tt eir kindness during the illness of my husband Joua than Quicksall deceased and to the good people of Ezel especial ly for their kindness and sympa thy in that sad hour MRH ANNIE QUIOKBALL I n IiThoand made under his sonnl supervision since its Infancy 11 no deceive you tW fI All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood nro but iExperiments that trifle with and endanger health off r Infants and Children Experience against Experiment 1 JOastorinJ t gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It j contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic Ij substance IU ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms j jjColicFlatulency It assimilates tho rood regulator tho Stomach Vowels giving healthy and natural sloop Tho Childrens IannccaTllo Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Boars tho Signature of J The Kind You Have Always Bought x In Use For Over 30 Years THE CINTAUM COMMNV TT MUIINAYTNLT NEW YOKE OITT t GREAT SACRIFICE 2000000 WORTH t ofBOYS and CHILDRENS Cloth ing at less than the Manufacturers Prices We are badly overstock LJ- ed in this department tl1II Mothers and Fathers we can interest YOU Come quick and secure bargains Suits SHOUT PANTS COST 50 Cents j 4 Boys ING 100 2j S300 rr- TOur 3 and pO 00HOur Boys 60IuOOur 910 and 12 JJOYS LONG Sg=at 300 Best 150 Corduroy Pants 11S Our 125 87k If This is a Great Sacrifice Sale Come quick and SECURE BARGAINS 11I LOUIS 5 GUS STRAUS PLEADING CLOTHIERS + L LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Solo Agents tor ALFRED BENJAMIN COS COR KKCT CLOTHING FOR MEN Wo aro now display III ing the Spring Styles 11RICHARD I l TnO WinonostOI Bank WINCHESTER KY N II WITHERSFOOX Prc idont Paid Up Capital 810000000 surplus t I t 80000000 HnniUmnn Depuntt of covor t I I 850000000 s This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and bus 5 mesa men generally throughout East x ern Kentucky and offers Its custom era every facility and the most liberal f terms within the limits of legitimate banking toot 2ly q Ir has been peg Allow one to in tho and and and of BLUEGRASS NURSERIES i SPRING 1906 Trees by the Million I Fruit and Shade Sinai Fruits Grape Vines Shrub Ai pnrngus Rhubarb and everything ord narify found in such an establishments Wo sell direct to tho planter and have no agents 4 SSfTreo and Strawberry Catalogue on application to H F HILLENMYER SON Lexington Ky HERALD 1 U u TXBS r i 1 J- Y J la i rr Iv J t d ii raVDingPdi JCeeJejStOJlIOAOO Oct 2 1902 I suffered with falling and con- ruUon of the womb with wve- pM tUCNRh the groins I raf laced terribly at the time of mea traatioB Lad blinding headacbea and rushing of blood to tho brain What to try 1 knew mot for it ruined that I bad tried all trod i failed but I had nerer tried Wine t el Cardui that blessed remedy for sick women I found it pleatant to take sad won knew that Iliad tk1 right medicineNew blood to course through rnyvein j stiff tic wing cloven bottta I WM a well woman 1 Vbt A Mr Bush iis now in perfect bealth because the took Wine of Cardui for menstrual disorder bearing down pains and blinding I remediesIfailed to bring her Any l sufferer may secure health by tak ing Wine of Cardui in her home The first bottle convinces the pa tient she is on tho road to health requiringysymptoms tlTho Ladies Advisory tChattanoogat WINECARDUI M TRENT TOPICS 1 John Brown and wifo wore in JIiixul Grown Saturday Cal CumlilV of this place inado a flying trip to Campion Monday Miss Oni Brown who has boon attending thu II G A visited hor K A- i parents Saturday and Sunday Ira Wells nod wife of Dayaboro i woro tho guests of G W Boasloy and family from Sunday till Monday Frod Salloy of Lacy Crook nc companied by his sister Miss Juda were tho guests of tho widow Ed wnrds Sunday Minnie May tho little daughter 1ofMr and Mrs Gal Cumliff who boon quitoi sick is much better at this writing I placoI side of her mother for the past weok has returned home Cal CumlifT and family wore present at tho burial of Mrs W J Wallace of Grassy Sunday She loaves six children and n host of friends to mourn hor loss John Wallace of G raspy Mrs Tom Jno of Grassy i Mrs Andy Blankonship of Grassy i Mrs Curtis Pieratt of Grssy Mrs Grant Niokoll of Ezol and Mrs Cal CundilY of Trent May 2 LEIAND A Creeping Death I Blood poison oroopn up towards i Eie a writes that a friend dreadfully in l upIi Bucklons Arnica Salvo drew out the poison healed the woundand saved his lifo Best in the world for burns and soles 25c nt all druggists MURPHY FORK MINUTES o j FlontmingjJohn Murphy bought of Green Phillips two hoiferi for 32 Cleveland Phillips is running a huckster wagon on our crook Ben Murphy bought a fine horse at Mt Sterling last court price unknown Andrew Couch and family were on our creek Tuesday visiting rol atives and friends Lewis Fiueburg and Henry Mur phy made a flying trip to Good wins Chapoluosda Sam Wilson passed throughour village on roe o to F P Clarks where ho has boon painting Marion Davis tho noted carpen Murphyalioupopleted it will be painted by the old poet Sam Wilson f It J U i r x Y H G A 1f rBI 1r 0 ndditiol1RItenohor ty for noxt year The members of the two literary societies will put in two beautiful windows in Poarre Hall Chapel The Advisory Board of tho Academy is called to moot in annual session Tuesday May 10 at two oclock p m M 0 Carter of Ohio has boon called as first assistant teacher to begin work in September at the opening of the next session Mrs Q C Daniel has boon ro employed BB matron of the Sarah yearMrsmatron and very fewjoquals Misses Roush King and Grid lley and Messrs Coley Dertbick and Cord have boon asked by the National C W B M to continuo as teachers for tho next session Walter Porry of Monifee Coun Hoightsduringchanges will bo seen in tho fall Walter is pulling his way man fully and some day he will occu py a place at tho top of tho ladderA- CADKMITK Shot by Policeman Stidham Henry Combs colcut Juno Collins his paramour in the side indicting a serious wound at theirI homo on the hill last Sunday Combs attompod to oscapo but wnl pursued by Policeman ramos Stid hum Combs rofusod to submit to arrest on tho cull of tho police man and being about 7f yards away ho fired at him tho ball striking Combs in tho thigh frnc turing tho bono Ho is now in jail in a serious condition Broathitt County Nows Visitors From Abroad Mrs Mattio Bishop of Bro vord N CWIIS called horo to at tend tho funeral of her father Iron Jonathan l Juioksull and is now visiting hor relatives in and about Hazol Green She was tho guest of hor brother W W Quick sail on Tuesday and will visit her sister Mrs W T Swango of Montgomery next wook Prof Bishop will como on as soon as ho dis missus his school when they will visit his relatives TaxPayers- Of Hazel Groon are hereby notified unpaidtnxosmake thorn as tho law directs and I shall call Friday May 5 1905 A T DYE Town Marshal Btbort Cecil and wife accom panied by Misses Susie Long Ma lissa ShackolfordTillio Robinson Stella Bicknol and Messrs Wayne Long and John Tom Jones spout Saturday night and Sunday as the guests of P M Long of Salem returning Sunday evening Hows this for a winner TilE HKKALD 4 pages i Tho Atlanta Constitution 8to 1G pages and pagesYouaddrossingrilEI A pumping rig belonging to Sam Spencer was brought here on Mon day last or a part of one at least and the supposition that it will possibly bo used in pumping the Holly Wilson well But it looks like Counting your chickens bo fort they hatch II A CURE pliES PrntrudiiglileePALtOINTMENT dRYIIrstCilloIfpostpaidbyHli Pieratt bought tho sample hats of Gaines Cole and if you want a dandy for little money call on him OA r xixB- arei the JrWad Yoa Haw Always 61tb- 1RItare r pl y- i i I 7II 01 YM JF18P aljJ I have for sale at private contract a splendid blue grass farm containing 1555 acres nil in grass 75 ncre firstclass tobacco land Well wa torod good 7room dwnlling ico house buggy house dairy 8acro tobacco barn and all necessary outbuildings on turnpike i rural free mail delivery daily This farm is six miles from Winchester half mile from good country store blacksmiths shop schoolhouso and churches A very desirable homo in excellent neighborhood Price 75 per nero I will pay the ex penses of any one to go and look at the farm provided a sale iis made Address or call on- T M MORROW tr Jackson Ky FOR SALE OR RENT Highly improved stock farm of fi7f acres in the Blue Grnsa section of Clnrk County KY situated on the Mt Stir ling and Winchester turnpike heir about seven milo from Winchester nnd tho twine from Ml Sterling IKy Cnn be divided into four farms HH follows One of SO fires with good house of five rooms and new tobacco barn Quo of 100 ilea s adjoining the above with house of four rooms and largo to bacco barn One of ISO acres with large dwellingt of eight rooms all necessary outbuild ing+ three barns and two tfeunnt houses One of 2lr acres with two houses two barns andioTitluiildings- BrfjrFor particulars address T e scnmcrc- J7r 0 Winchester Ky JOHN W CRAV- ENUNDERTAKER11 AXEL UUBBNI KY will cnrry a complete line of COFFINS AND CASKETSa- nd answer all calls by telephone or otherwise promptly W T Whaley or John H Hose will1 answer all calls in my absence Headquarters for Monuments and1 Tombstones Ivesivol fully JOHN W OUAVKN OHIO KENTUCKY RAILWAY TIME TABLE OCT 10 1004 EAST HOUND No 33 J I SSI No 21 Dally ex STATIONS Daily ex Sunday i I Sunday 3 30 0 Jackson U7 11 20 I 35 0 OAK Junction 22 11 26 417 11 IVilhurrt20 11 A2 4 30 13 Ilum 13 11 58 5 10 20 Lee City 11 12 tq 5 18 22 Helechnwa 6 12 28 5 45 27 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