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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jJ eo f- y I fTHE I HAZEL REENMERALI JuUI t 0 =ss Established March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan l 1etTHURSDAY JUNE 20 1005 NUMBER 48 1 BPKNCKK Owuor mid o kdltorThe Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paw in this Kentucky Mountains 60 Cents aA1ia f WASH MILLER President W WILLIS ViceProgident InWINCHESTER KY ili1t UP CAPIrLALl00OOOOOP by n mn T To Cure aCo1dOnfl7 Take Laxative Bromo Quinine A wA on box 25ccV 4TV erp1 2 months This Signature Dl I naII Cast of 0DEALERS IN- to I tIii1 CloilllJlg Boots fS110Cf l I IGOOSs f Stations Ga oce1lcs xUJtF3 Ie- WI p O ZE GREEN It1 Carry a complete stock of everything usually found in n FirstClass Country Store nod in addition HUNDREDS OF ARTICLES THAT NO OTHER MOUNTAIN STORE KEEPS IN STOCK Our storo F fis up todate in its appointments In fnct it may well called a o DEPARTMENT STORE as it carries everything usually found in hL I such establishments We keop things a moving and everything fresh stuff youll have to else I If you are hunting and shoddy go r where But if you want clean fresh uptodate stock como hero t1 HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE IN TRADE I And all goods sold as lownyo lower than you can buy thorn from THE OTHER FELLOW When you want bargains come to us CLOSINCOUTl f se SALEgill il I to quit business but to make ready for our springstock nd IINotI which will he one of the largest and most varied ever brpught to this market So avail yourselves of this t GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES by calling early and securing some of the bargains that will t be offered Remember to secure these bargains you m- ustI3Ig1Jc r rHE-t CJ t By the way if you owe the linn anything be sure and cull and settle as we expect this of you and it wil save us on you personally Yours respectfully J IWL JrSOSE cfc COe l = n n AND VITALITYn- om rr- nsvxivzsraznrzu x xXaXa- I I I nervous prostration and all dtsrasea of the geaoratls- orgntat The great rctacdy or olthcrsexsuch a+ NerOus ItrotrtloD FalIngor Lou Manbood Nightly EmtaMoaa Youthful Yrrurp Mentat worry CJCO No UN Impotency which lead W Cocsumpttoa and Inaantty With ever boXLifllER USiRUta Doicfor 8L W DUnOTIS cuttmittt co acriao UW4 j l t t A H HAMPTON Cashier J W POYNTER list Cashier e PAID we solicit your banking btts ness and promise you and careful service every and accommodation consistent with cor rect bunking principlesI Tablets every irk bo shopworn calling prompt attention KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITS Dr Kings New DiscoveryCONS- UMPTION Price FOR SOc x 8 S 100 Fri Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or HONEY BACK Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect May 21 1905 VEST BOUND No 1 IK If l Dally uii STATIONST I Inily X i i Sunday 8untiajII I 1I1JArrIi S 01 am JIIInt IIrhlgeIIH1 01 pra 8 2Sam 30 pm- S Y7 lUll 15il8t3I1ton tro 4 3D Im- I9I LJfJUncII inl 5 OS pm 0 IOnmjiOf Wlnolienter fillG 20 pin 10 Lexington 05 nm EAST BOUND No2 i Ii1+ 1No4DIIIIIX =11 11ISunday 111i i I Sunday PM Lve l A I1ye 2 23 pail Ol Lexington I1I 7 45 am 3 lu u WlnthcHItr 25 Iun 3 M pml410jClny City 1l11b IS 11m- of Oti pat a J Rm 4 35 pm5 Nat i3rldgo iliI lil ant 4 JU pm JTorreut OS am 6 11 put iO HeattyveJe 70110 2P snt- fil tt5 JlmyO OKJllllcn U011 211 am 6 10 pmiaijl Jaokson11UI11 30 Am riTmI1l5 Nay 3 and 4 dully other trains daily except Sunday TrllII tin 3 nod 4 make close Mill iiectloti ut O A K Junetinn for points on O K Hallway c rTrnlnn JNo 1 nod 3 connect at L k E Junction with C A O Railway fur Mount Sterling IleatlyvllleIJunction with O and K Hnilwny dally except SundayJ K BAKU Oenl Manager CH AS SCOTT Uenla Agent X UCIIINGtft lrBring the Food oil bugle bttya hell hay a tberIonr Sing It with A iplrit that will lUrttho world along ff Sing it ht rte met to ifng It llltjjhouund strong f While we were inarching through Georgia CROIU8 le4freHurrahl et youSothe lea- Whllt we were marching through Georgia How the darkles fchouted when they heardl the joyful nound How the turkey gobbled which our comI tulmary found How the tweet potatoes even utartcd froi- the ground While we were marching through Georgia Chorus Yes and there were Union men who wept with Joyful team When they taw the honord Hag they hmlI tent aces for years Hardly could they be restrained fro breaking forth III cheers While wi were marching through GeorgiaI Chorus Shernmiio chiichiiig Yankee boys will never reach the count So the runny roheU said rid twos n handlI panic boast Had they not forgot alas to reckon wit the host 1ihae wore mardiing throughli GeorgiaI Chonm So we made H throuclifurc fur Freedom nt I her triiin Sixty tulles In latitude three hundred ti the main Trtnson tied before un for renlfttancu Willi- III vain While we wets march lug through Georgia Churns IIKNUV r woitK OA TRxABaud tea tilgaatan of t2BoIIH A Ghastly Find A report comes to Jackson that tho skoloton of a man together with his clothos havo boon fountl in a hollow stump on the head of iHillwator in Wolfo county tillI discoverer being n dog On last Sunday morning tho occupants of a house in that section tho namesI of whom wo were unable to loam wore attracted by tho peculiar con duct of the dog barking andi scratching in n stump whim they went to the place and rondo an in Hpection and found the skull and1 other portions of tho human flkol oton together with n hat and oth ergarmentHcrowded into tho stump covered with rocks It created1 great excitement and tho peoplei from tho surrounding country came to see tho awful find lint noI trnco of recognition could bo had It is evident that foul ploy has boon employed but the lack of any marks of recognition shrouds the case in darkest mysteryIlrontll- itt County News Hows This Wo offor Ono Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that jonnot bo cured by hails Ca tarrh Curo 1J OiiKXKVit C- olropsIolodo 0 Wo tho undersigned havo knownI F J Cheney for tho last 15 years and bfliovo him perfectly honor able in all business transactions financially ablo to carry out any obligations made by his firm WAUHNG KI NAN MAUVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Curo is taken in tornnlly acting directly upon th blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75 cents per bottlo Sold ball y druggists Tnko Halls Family Pills for con stipation Notice to Overseers CAMITOX KY Julio 28 To tho Surveyors of roars of Wolfo County Having just hoot appointed Judge of the Wolf I iileA Living 0 Monument If we were to assemble all those who have been cured of heart disease by Dr Miles Heart Cure and wkoi would today be in their graves had 1 not Dr Miles been successful in perfecting this wonderful heart specific they would pop ulate a large city What a remarkable record a breathing thinking moving monument composed of human everysn r rificed The Miles Medical Coreceive thousands of letters from these people like the following I feel Indebted to tho Dr Miles Henri Cure for my life 1 desire to call the Attention of others puftorln ns C did to thin rcmnrkubjo remedy for ho heart For a long time I had lIutrred- It from nhortneH of breath niter any llttlo exertion palpitation of the heart and at times terrible t nln In tho region of tho heart no serious that I inured that I would fomo tlmo drop load upon tho lit rt Ono day I read ono of your circular and InmitHllntely went to my ilruuirlut and purchaited two bot ties of tho Heart Curt unit took It tholthen t never rnlM an opportunity to trtunthihn trnvrllng UlhlfUllmontiCur I urn widely known J 16 nU1v fAN Mnnneer of Lebanon Domocrat Xarhvllle Tonn byiI drUQQlit allllrrourfirst bottle will benefit If It falls he will refund your money t IIMiles Medical Co Elkhart Ind i a County Courtand finding tho roads 1A n very bad condition notlvithrstanding tho efforts of my predo cosBor to have the aurvuyors keep 1 thorn in repair now you may takekwarning in duo timo I will say ii every Surveyor of Public Roads in Wolfe County that has not got his soction of road in good condi lion as soon as possible I willII I tnko a rule against thorn nt onco- I All teamstars doing oxcossivo haul ing will have to repair the made according to tho damago dune by said hauling Now gentlemen take warning ftr 1 moan what 1 say Your ouu i diont servantS I HOWB J W C CIQaarterley Meeting The qurterly mooting of tho M E Church South will bn hold at Ooo wins Chapel Saturday JulyII 17th with n sorvico in tho morning 1aril afternoon Hut there will bo no service there on Sunday Pro Hiding Elder Mann will preach at Ezol Sunday morning and night At the Chapol meeting there willibe dinner on the ground and OH yallowlogged chicken fried to an artistic brown IB likoly to bo in 4 evidence the saints will assemble I round and real old fashioned good timo is anticipated Even now nun can hoar tho familiar airlOld i Time Religion is Good Enough For Mo Huge Task It was n huge tusk to undertake tho cure of such n had ease of kid ney disease as that of C P Collier of Cherokee la but Elec trio Hitters did it Ho writosliMy + kidneys wore HO far guile I could a not shin n chair without a cush ion and suffered from dreadful backache headache and depress tion In Electric Bitters however I found u taro and by them WRIt restored to perfect health I recommend this groat tonic medi cino to nIl with weak kidneys liv er or stomach Guaranteed by all druggists price 60c- WANTEDTRUSTN0tiTMY LAM or enlemaii to manage buine i In this county and and adjnining territory for house of sglhl Guauolal tandillg mOO itraiBnt- ciuh salary anil oxieuicc jmld each Monday direct from hendfinaitere KsjienM mosey advanced luiiltian permanent Addr M Manager GM Mouon Uuildlnj CMeqe i1 1i lli I in I ks cO t t i i V 1 e iii i I THE HERALD Entered tit the Jlnlml Oroon Ioitu- tlloc u econil ctnM matter Official Par if Wilfi Circuit Court lSPENCER COOPER wiitr HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY June 29 1005 OFFICIAL DIRECTORY 01 KCU1T COURT ThirdMonday in January First Monday In May and ThirdI Mondayin September Eighteen Tudlcal days Robt Riddle Judge QUARTERLY COURT Tti esday after 1st Monday In arch June Sep tember and December COUNTY COUItTPlrlll Monday in ench month Pat Howe Judge FISCAL rnURT Firrt Tnwdny in April old October + nlEmGnT + U- C an anlhtirtcl to nn cIse HBiNKYI I MCOX of We8t Liberty RI i candidate for Rep renentalivo from tho DM district sub ject to nctlon of the Democratic party TAU JJ LAiJ authorized to announce JOHN IL TITLBEE all a candidate for UeproHcntativu tWill the Morgan Wolff District subject to the action of the Democratic party DEMOCRATIC TICKE- TI I I State Sonatoii SAMt WHEELERI 1ForCounty Judge G T CENTER For Sheriff V J WILL COXIFor County Court Clork ROBERT CAHROLTI AttornoyGItlJ B For Superintendent Sohools W II OHAMHKRS t For Jailor W G HALSEY For Assessor JG B ALLEN For Surveyor E J CREECH1 For Coroner RANK SAMPLE Noun moro issues of Tae Hit Ain will complete its twontioth year and begining the twonty first year wo hopo to havo a clean way bill by having no dolinquonts V on tho list If you aro behind the tlato after your name on this pn per will show it and wo ask you kindly to come in and pay up Wo must have money to pay expenses and if you owe us anything como in and pay it at onco This applies to overt subscriber who is in ar i soars and unless you attend to it you will have to Tiny n collecting agency as we havo no time to come todayI kt1y II V i r V N w ii 1 I I ii M y b brI t j iiWantaPaDert fiAlO t iJLACONICLlNKSt i N N wM WHAT Now York noods is a sub way that it can stand on an end and lot tlio water out tty Ix a pinch Mr J Piorpont Mor gun might go over and run Mor ways affairs until she can pick out a king It V Y TUB Russians hall Fatter hurry up with that ponce proposition or Oyama wall got Linoitch if they dont watch outIIt MAKVIAND politics have produced n Wellington and a Bonn parto but is thoro a Bluchor Noy NtJy Pauline WAHHINOTON will be recognized by the nations of tho world as first in peace We never did take anything but first place Mn FOLK will be remembered longest as the man who lidded St Louis for several successive Sundays and tho lid seems to be per manently on too TUB Ill UAIil only fiDe a year John flays with tho Newborry Clay Shoe Co Huntington W n is in town todnyIMr Griggs the grocery drummer for Flood it Co of Lexington was talking sugar and other staples to our merchants yesterday George Taulbeo representing the Tracy Shoo Co Portsmouth Ohio was in town yesterday and hired a team from Pioratt to tour some of tho mountain counties A wreck on tho L and E rail road yesterday curtailed our mail considerably there being neither Lexington nor Louisville papers in that received Dr Teptha Fallen of Wilmer Texas lend Miss Ava Swango will bo married today according to tho current conversation and leave to morrow for thoir western home Bill Kurman and a Mr Drake both drillers wore guests of tho Day House last night en routo to tho Whitcomb well whore they will begin drilling in a fow days They canto from Campton George Rico is building for him self a house of flop rooms and hall located on Carrie Avenue which he says will bo as well built as any house in town and as convenient an any of thorn George shore knows how Every body interested should assemble at the graveyard Saturday afternoon and assist in clan ing up tho place All who cannot hlp should give a piece of money towards the work It is n shame to neglect the dead in such a way Mra F N Day takes great prido in keeping the place clean 0 t itE WILD MAN OF BORNEO I a j I Tho loading story of LIITIX l COTTS MAGAZINE for July isHAn I Orchard Princess by Ralph lIeu ry Harbour This is almost enough to say in its for those who road his other Lippin cott novel Kitty of tho Roses will bo suro of an idyllic treat picking up n second tale by Tho Orchard Princess is as she sketches tho orchard day by dny by a very persistent man and an unyielding bull pup j and how it all turns out tho reader will want to discover for himself A rumorod wedding that was to be celebrated on Lacy Creek today was vigorously and do nied Tuesday evening to our man about town by a sister of tho re puted bridetobe But rumor is still rampant notwithstanding Telephone was seriously impaired by the storm Saturday At West Liberty all tho boxes wore burned out by lightning and at Mariba on tho line to Mt Sterling the box was dos troyed from tho samo Shake Into Your Shoes I Allens FootEnso It cures pain i j ful swollen sweating foot Makes now shoes easy Sold by all and shoo stores Dont accopt any substitute Sam plo free Address A S Ollu ted Lo Roy N Y Y tI Has just come to town and taken 1 up his headquarters at PiERATTS STORE where he is cutting and carving prices beyond comparison on ev erything usually found in a First y Class Country Store REMEMBER I bought them for CASH I bought them RIGHT And I am going to sell them if I HAVE TO HIRE A BOY TO CARRY THEM HOME FOR YOU SO bring on your cash NOT YOUR FACE And nothing but the CASH I call nie one side in my office andj ask me privately not above a whisper what certain goods are worthl f AND MY ANSWER WILL CONVINCE YOU That Either WILD MAN A CRAZY MAN A LUNATIC or HIS GLORY HAS HIT ALLp OF HAZEL GREEN Come early to avoid the great rush now on Respectfully The Wild Man PIERATT N F i P S still keep Livery Stable too commendation inII vehemently communication cause smarting I druggists I- and fSTATE iOLLEGE OF KENTUCKY rtLEXINGTON KENTUCKY The Agricultural and Mechanical State College of Kentucky off rH the following 1 courses of study viz AgriculturalI horticultural chemical biological mathematical physical normal school classical mechanical engineering electrical engineering civil engineering mining engineering each of which extends over four years and leads to a degree Post graduate studies are also provided leadingt facultyThei t tigbtI J and expensesTho equipped comprehensive and modern Tho Legislature appropriated 00000 for a college home for and 30000 for drill hall and gymnasium for men Both buildings are completeItand in use Military tactics and science aro fully provided for as required by r Congress 1 Graduates from tho several courses of study readily find excellent positionstand liberal remuneration Tho demand is largely in excess of the ability college to supply Last year the matriculation was 7 OISpecialists with the necessary number of assistants have charge of each des partment of natural science Summer schools are provided for pedagogy engin eering and Instruction in science 1 collegeIs tproper work The completion uf the college home for young women provides facilities for includingbath 1 electricityAn is thus afforded to them of a thorough education in classier modern languages literature science mathematics logic metaphysics historyaadtpolitical economy No other institution in the Stato otters advantages for eduCA tion r KentuckyFor tcourses of study and terms of admission apply totDOrKyFallBAPTIST flmPrinted promptly and at tho lowest prices consistent with good mate J Hal and firstclass workmanship Best stitcher in tho LT5 I J II Ifr O i NT f INDCR rDrink Wainscotts Pop 17 i Try TUB HERALD and Courier Journal lit 100 and do it now Fun SALThroe handsome coal oil lamps at a bargin Apply ut this oilice THE HERALD and Courier Journal both to any address 1 a year And now is the time to subscribe Willie Wheeler in addition to his other studies is now reading medicine with Dr Roberts at Lox ington Misses Catharine and Myrtle Cecil are visiting their brother Henry Cecil at Moans in Menifoo County Thorain Saturday washed out the embankment on the Chimney Top dinky road and the damage will Le about 200 Capt Brush will erect a derrick on the Sebastian farm near Days boro just as soon as ho can got the timber ready O CURE A COM IN ONK HAY Take hAXATlVK 1MOMO QUININE Tub eta AllllruSistM refund the money if it tails to cure K W Groves signature is on each hox J5c Robert J McLin returned homo Wednesday last but left again Monday to bo with his family at Uoao Hill Va OASXOEtXABasra tbsThe Kind You Bought oigaatuie of ZCurtis Roso of Jackson came down Monday for a visit to his parents John M Rose and wife und his sister Miss Carrie- R J McLin has arranged to have gas put into his residence the residence of Mrs Lula Hash1 nnd the residence of J T Day For watches clocks cut glass silverware silver novelties and nil kinds of first class jewelry seo a D Fleonor Jackson Ky 39tf John Evans left Tuesday for Stanton via Torrent whore ho is u witness in a civil case in which 11 J McLin is one of the liti igants Curt Lncjwho was arrested by Deputy U S Marshal May will I Hot bo tried until October Moan in tho Frank time he will languish fort jail Little Rowena Kiish left Mon day for Winchester with her un cle Robert J McLin and will visit t her uncles Floyd and John Day t und their families H P Pieratt is putting gas in to his dwelling and tho houso next door now occupied by Sam Kash and will probably put it into all f his houses on the hill There will bo a meeting at the t Caesar Linden schoolhouso on Gillmre next Sunday at which Rev Frank Pies Wilson will III1 officiating minister f t Send your watch and jewelry f repairing to S D Fleon Ir Jackson Ky All work guaranteed t Prices reasonable work sent by t mail receive promt attention o9tf Misses Emma and Rosa Perkins will leave some time next week for Pikovillo where the former has accepted a position in tho bank of Which her uncle Jim Pres Power is vicopresident C York on tho Whitcoinb derrick r m Harry Nickells farm began k on Tuesday and as soon as it is completed which will bo today or tomorrow Mr McCormickwhohas the contract will boglu drill- ingCASTOR s IIA Por Infanta ud Children The Kind You H 3 Always Bought ssw Iai uG- N nQt II J i a To Teachers Tniiteei DAYSnOnO June 27 Sponcor Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir you will please put the following notice in your paper To tho teachers and trustee of Wolfe county j you are hereby no tified that tho Wolfe County 1111 stituto will bo hold in the town of Hazel Green July 1011 and all teachers who hold certificates or contemplate teaching must attend tho full term Trustees day Thurs day Yours truly JOHN W TAULDEE County Superintendent We omit a very interesting let ter from Cannot City because the writer insists that all or none bo published Our columns hnvo and always will bo under own control while wo edit this papor and un loss wo can correct by elimination thor is no use to send articles to us This letter could bo published with less words than tho wri ter employs and convey tho samo meaning but wo cannot cor rect because of his order A letter from Charley Wilgus son of Dowoeso Wilgus who form erly lived hero to tho editor of this paper says th9Y are all well except papa and he is about the same as when ho loft Charley is living with his aunt Mrs Lucy Luxon of Lexington tho two girls are there also Mrs Wilgus is in Louisville Charley is ollico boy for Dr Coleman Another well was brought in at Campton Tuesday on tho Samuel Spradling farm now the property of Courtney and Harry Combs At nine foot in tho sand the oil stood 150 feet in the well and it was to bo shot yesterday Thrasher Combs brought in a good well Beckett brought in another good one awl some one still another And still the good work goes on A letter from Davenport Okla brings tho news that MreJ M Roso has been very dangerously ill but at that writing was some bot ter It also says that many Kon tuckians of that place attended the Confederate Reunion at Louisville and other news But much of it we could not road Hence its not published Several of the citizens ofour town attended tho meeting of the Free Will Baptists at Adol Sunday expecting to see the ordinance of footwashing performed But in this they wore disappoints that part of the program had been per formed on Saturday There was a largo crowd A Bad Scare Some day you will got a bad scare when you feel a pain in your bowels and fear appendicitis Safty lies in Dr Kings Now Life Hills a sure cure for all bowel and stomach diseases such as headache biliousness costivenoss etc Guaranteed at all druggists only 25 cents Try thorn liTho Wild Man of Borneo advertised in this paper will bo seen at the store of H F Pioratt and with a lot of prize tinware glassware excelsior roast coffee limit nomore soap Try pheno headache curoand a thousand and ono things in general merchandisoupon which tho prices are so low that they cannot last when once you see them We like best to call SCOTTS EMULSION a food because it stands so em phatically for perfect nutrition And yet in the matter of ing appetite of giving restoriistrength to the tissues to the nerves its action of a medicineSend free Mrnple SCOTT BOWNK ChtmUu joHisleirlStrttt New York sac ud 100 all drugtsu HARD TO SUIT IlYsAU WILSON In spring theres too many rainy dny II And in MI miner tis hot enough to blue In fall a touch of chill does come In winter tis too cold by gum And thus were never satisfied Nor we the weather ean divide The Hazel Green Oil and GRS Co will introduce gas into the residence of Crockett Coldiron Jim Loverett is doing tho plumbing fob the company assisted by our namesake Horald Pioratt Town Marshal Al Dye arrested Henry Gillaspio Saturday on a warrant from the Morgan Circui Court on the charge of confodorat ing but he gave bond in tho sun of 500 and was released Hows this for a winner TilE HKKAID 4 pages Tho Atlanta Constitution 8 to 10 pages and the Sunny South S to 10 pages You can get them all for 125 the year by calling on or addressing TIlE HERALD tf A W Cratzor paymaster of the L lxi E railroad with hiwiCo daughter and son of Lexington ii- a Mr Stewart and wife of Paris and a Mr Motcalfo of Richmond are at Swango Springs Retreat Services will bo told at tho Pros byterian Church on Sunday morn ing at 11 oclock and tho pastor Rev PM Moore requests that all tho congregation attend promptly as services will begin onehalf hour after the hell rings Willie Whitt Ron of George Whitt who was employed by Bill McNnlib on Chapel Branch ran away a few days ago and his fath er is anxious to learn his whore shouts He is about 18 years of agoK K Spencer of Leo City accompanied by Elmer Norms of Bloomington Ind was in town Tuesday They are lumber men and wore looking after timber They were guests of the Dny Houso No Secret About It It is no secret that for Cuts Burns Ulcers Fever Sores Soro Eyes Boils etc nothing is so ef fective as Bucklons Arnica Salvo lilt didnt take long to euro a bad sore I had and it is all 0 K for sore oyos II writes D L Gregory of IIop TPX 25c at all druggists The Eastern Kentucky Oil and Gas Company which lute been drilling for oil on tho 0 T As bury farm shout ono mill north west of Campton on Monday morning struck a good flow at a depth of about 1H50 foot iS1t Fugato and Doff Williams lumber mon were instantly killed by an explosion of a boiler in Fu gates sawmill on Big branch in Broathitt county limo explosion was caused by cold water being turned into a hot boiler Money Money To the people of Hazel Groon who owe their town taxes I warn must be ready on Monday July 8 1005 to pay their taxes This is tho last call that will ho made to you for them Tho most of thou have paid and had just as well have their money to use as the tthwrs A P DVK Town Marshal Price Rose who was taken with ilux about a week sinco is consid od dangerously ill though both Dr Niokoll and Dr Carroll of Campton have boon attending him A message to Dr Carroll Tuesday stated that his recovery was doubtfull Sheriff Stamper arrested James HatliiT on Stillwator this county on a charge of breaking into a house of Boono Tyra and stealing a pistol Ho had his examining trial Monday morning before J M Taylor and was hold to answer at the next term of tho Circuit Court in the sum of 500 l I 1lus 1 i iAll and Allow has supervision ono hlspwII lounicrioiis imiiauons andrJust as gooaaro bat Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of A Indents and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA I Cactoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine other Narcotio ubstaiicc Its ago is its guarantee destroys Worm rind allays FovorlHlmcns cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relievos Toothing Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and sloop Time Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS SI Bonn the Signature of arLtl c4 rmI IThe Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TWf CINTftU COMPANY TT MUMNAV TMIITi N1W VOMK CITY f GREAT SACRIFICE 1 4 L 2000000 WORTH ofBOYS and CHILDRENS Cloth ing at less than the Manufacturers Prices I We are badly overstocked in this department We Dave Out He Price to no Core I I Mothers and Fathers we can interest YOU Come quick and secure bargains Boysf Suits SHOUT 1NO sloo PANTS anti COST 300 OU Cents Our tpO and tpU 00f41l0ltrOur Boys 501uOOur 910 and 12 l68SS PANTS urrs =at 300 Best 150 Corduroy Pants 1121 Our 125u cc 871 c t t This is a Great Sacrifice Sale Come l Iquick and SECURE BARGAINS t LOUIS 3 GUS STRAUS PLEADING CLOTHIERS K LEXINGTON KENTUCKY InEOlt of 11RICHARDu V Vwv AvV TnU A ttnkr i iN H WiTHBnfiiOOXPrwidont 4 Inlil Up Cniiltnl 010000000 T Hurjiiii iti Yltt000eo 9 HnniUninn DnpiMlt nt- ovnrtQ i I i 930000000 This bank solicits the accounts of A merchnntri tanners traders and bus y y loess men xonerallr throughout Fait Jg X ern Kentucky and oRcri Its custom x era every facility and the abet libernl terms within the limits of legitimate banking loct2ly r tY been mauo under aonal since Jta no todeceive Pare nor It It natural i 200 BLUEGRASS NURSERIES SPRING 1005 Trees by the Million I Fruit and fibado Small Fruits Grape Vines Shrubs AI pnrngtifl Rhubarb and everythIng ordi catabllabmentWeno agonte firTreo mid Strawberry Catalogue on application to H P HILLENMYHR SONS Lexington Ky HERALDJOB eke THM and the M M f i t iFr 11jt411g I 1IC 1 J lI TTIIT1T1 1 1i4 4 CANNlEt OITY CURRENCY 0 The mines WIn bo closed for several weeks owing to extensive repairs All the tracks will be- takenup and replaced b t a wider game track ff Two weoki ago the Sundayschool chilclron and parents received a treat in the way of lectures nudI stereopticon views given by tho Sundayschool evangelist Brother Hopkins Come again Childrens Day was observed by I the Uiqion Sundayschool iistSun day The exorcilloi were good apd were e joye4 by all The success was due mainly to the effori of Mr Mdjfyjj Powell They ire j treat Sandayichool workers Cannel City iis becoming noted as a summer retreat We have vii t itors from Louisville and Loxing J ton and from away down in South Carolina That sounds good for a mining town and wt would like to have some Europeans with us I i There will bo a Fourth of July picnic here and whilo we have noI saloons in our city and are doing tiallwe can to crush tho blind tigers wo expect that the neighboring towns will respoot our foelings and loiivo tho whiskey jug nt homo iitt t wo hMo no use for IL P Tho Morgan County Hank with Lon Powell as cashier made appli cation to the controller of currency for permit to organize a national bank Tho request has boon granted and Cannol City will soon haveI n National Bank Whoop hor upy We will soon havo a city in reality as well as in name 1 1MissWright a member of tho Christian Missionary Board who 1I hue boon doing a good work hero for tho poet your has gono for a few weeks visit to her homo in Indiana On her departure Hhe was not sure whether tho Board i would sond hot back or to another place Wo would like to have her with us but our loss is mothers gain Dying of Famine in in its torments like dying of consumption Tho progress of con l sumption from tho beginning to tho vory und iis n long torture both to victim and friends When I had rRtagorI it last took Dr Kings Now is covery which quickly and perfect f ly ourod mo tt Prompt relief and auto ouro for coughs colds Bore throat bronchitis etc Positively provonts pneumonia Guaranteed at all drugsist8prico GOo and 100I a bottle Trial bottlo free EZEL EVOLUTIONS 0 Born on tho 18th to tho wifo of John Davis a boy Carl Henry Luther Murphy sold his farm to Frank Murphy of Montgomery for 850 I Bon Wells of Monefeo county i line moved into tho Spradling property at Jorico Hon J W Steolo of Mudvillo visited his sisterinlaw MM Re- becca Looklmrt Friday Howard DoBusk representing a saddle tend harness louse was in town Saturday Misses Nolda and Della Davis havo boon visiting in Lawrence county during tho past week Last Tuesday morning between two and throe oclock JWFiv1IH- saw the motoor fall that is now engaging tho attention of tho scientists J M Murphy tho enterprising merchant and shawl man of Jor ico attended a family reunion at his uncles Jolmathau Elkins on Holly Wolfe county Sunday Ito rt Lyons of Wellington C to I U b I I 1 1 4tt has rented the old Masonic Hall Ut diup for a dwelling house and moved into it this wook Ho will clerk for Lyons Walton Ye scribe had roasting oars for dinner on tho24th inat wliicli is the earliest we have over known The corn is a variety of sweetcorn Stowells Evergreen good sized tiara but grows low Squire W B Greer held court hero Tuesday for the purpose of trying Jim Blain Murphy on the charge of abusmgandintimidating tiillard Muiphy a ton year old boy The jury found him guilty and fixed his fine at 25 and 20 days imprisonment He took an ap pal and hit dace will go to the f f quarterly court June 20 ELSBKTH Byrd McNobb came near being killed by a hog on our streets a few days ago Ho was riding by Judge Wheelers shop and started to ride around a hog lying in the street when it suddenly rose and passed between tho maros forelegs throwing her so that she nearly turned a somersault and pitching Byrd about 20 foot WASTED Qutcklr for persona to represent long eatablls red vlioleinle house among retail merchants mid HKtiiti Iocnl territory of few counties 18 salary and expenses pall weekly Expense money advanced roinnilislon extra Permanent engagement HunliiCKX successful Irevlonn ttxperienou not uimentiiil Kncloxe selfnil dressed envelope Addrenn SuiKKINTKNti KNTTrAVKDKiis 325 Deurbon St Chlrago GKOIUIKTOWN Kv June IS Spencer Cooper hazel Green Ky My Dear Sir I want to thank you for tho desirable place you gave tho ad concerning My Own Story 1 trust that you have road tho book ore this and have found it not wholly uninteristing I luntGrntoCullyCALKIJ POWKKH A fllMUANTKKIl Cl UK Oil IHKSI- tehinir liliiii Itliedlng or Protruding Piles DruKKiiitN retund mouey if IAZO OUT nST fails to cure tiny case no mat daysFirstIf your druggiit hasnt it send f 0c in paldbyTake Notico Tho taxi nyors of this Hnzol Groon procinct are hereby notified that their taxes for tho year of 1005 aro now duo Prompt pny mont will save you tho penalty and I hopo you will como in and pay mo at once CHAS M ROHK UteDoputy Sheriff A Grateful Subscriber MALAOA Ky Juno S Sponcor Coopor Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir You will find enclos od sf 100 which is to pay for TUB HERALD for one year to myself and to my sister Mrs Mary Ev ans who lives at Kitchen Ohio I am uudor many obligations for those subscriptions on credit at a time when I was not able to walk But I am thankful that lean stand upon my foot and walk again Praise God Gratefully J CBIIOUNDSHKLL The rain storm Monday evening did a great doaliof damage through out this section especially along tho streams On Cano plows wagon bodp o wore washed away and on Lacy Crwek Stove Rose had a lot of saw logs washed away The Ohio Kentucky railroad was damaged severely by the rain storm of Monday Two bridges near Adol woro washed out and a trestle near White Oak was carried away to say nothing o other dam ages along the lino Boouo May representing Martin Woolfolk it Co wholesale grocers of Lexington was seeing our mer chants yesterday and booked some good orders Last year Boono made a record in this socton ofwhich any man might well bo proud OA Tt19RYA- B1 ths1be ilkt Iit hHZ 1 1R I e George Amy whoor tho past year and a half has been connect ed with tho First National bank incapacity of bookkeeper has pres anted his resignation and has nc cepted a position with the Oil well Supply company Mr Amyx during his stay with tho bank proved an efficient and trustwor thy employe and that institution was reluctant to lose his services Chanuto Kan Blade J B Cecil who has been at Martinsvillo Ind for a month or so under treatment for tho gout is expected home today accompanied by his wifo During his stay there his condition has whipiawtd u some days ho improved only to go back tho noxinud ho returns not much improved Sam Wilson is painting at Ben Murphys this week ATCOSTTO CLOSE I olTor my entire stock of t fu lm DRESS GOODS HKADY MADE SKIRTS SHIRT WAISTS SHIRT WAIST Goods tIc tic together with tho good will nod fixtures pertaining to tho business at private sale on easy torms And until such salt I will soil anything in stock at cost tied carriage jiM E ThiB is a grand oppor ijM tunity for some lady to make n fortune anti live easy House will be rented to buyer MRS F N DAY VERY LOW RATES To West and Southwest via the Southern Railway Low round trip rates every first and third Tuesday in each month Vory cheap ono way and round- trip rates March 21st April 4th and 18th Two trains daily between Lex ington and St Louieno change of cars free reclining chair cars Only one change of cars between Lexington and tho West via tho Southern Railway Write for informationT WS- 1rnvaling Passenger Agent I 111 East Main St Lexington Ky BO YEARS EXPERIENCE FCOPYRI TRADE MARKIt I nddeatptlonmalQulctlf T optnlonfree CommunlrUOllIrlctI latentaaCooreceiveFpcctel Scientific Hmerican IrCUlaUo 131aM oealIrauR IPANS Tubules Doctors find A proscriptionFor The 5 cent packet U enough for usual oo cAllonl The eontalnstht3t t J J orl+ I kayo for sale at private contract a splendid blue grass farm contain ing 185 acres all in grass 75 acres firstclass tobacco land Well wa tered good 7room dwelling ice- house buggy house dairy 8acro tobacco burn and all necessary outbuildings i on turnpike i rural free mail delivery daily This farm is six miles from Winchester half mile from good country store blacksmith shop schoolhouse and churches A very desirable home in excellent neighborhood Price 75 per acre I will pay tho ex penses of any one to go anti look at the farm provided a sale is made Address or call on TM MORHOW If Jackson Ky OHIO KENTUCKY RAILWAY TIME TABLE MAY 21 1905 WEST BOUND No 33 g k No JM Unity ex = STATIONS SundayI VUYJex PM ARK 0 27 PM A KB 5 20 6 Cannel City 22 12 40 4 5511IIlelechatra I JO 12 30 4 13 12 24 4 05 20 llaniiton 11 12 02 3 52 22 Vilhurst fi 11 310 27 OK Junction 0 lIt3 00 Jackson 11 11 EAST HOUND No 34 IKIi Nu22 Dully ex = STATIONS g Dally ei Sunday If Sunday AMLVK PM Ann 7 ID 27 Cannel City 0 1 05 7 33 21 Helecliawii Ii 1 22 7J5 19 Lee City 11 1 28 8 24 13 Hampton 13 1 40 837 10 Vilhurnt 20 1 5ti I0 25 1 OAK Junction 22 230- l 30 0 Jackson 27 2 35 Nog 21 and 22 will iniike close connectioi at O it K Jnnclion with Nos 3 and 4 for points on the Lexington and Eastern fait way M L CONLEY- Superintendent Special OneWay Colonist Rates TO THE WEST NORTHWEST AND CALIFORNIA via THE SOUTH ERN RAILWAY SEPT 15th to OCTOBER 15th INCLUSIVE 5010 To Helena Butte Anncondn Missoulii nod many other inter poillt3ilOi Washington and pointSUJOOLos AtiKeleo San Diego and all pointy in California Also to riuenix and Prescott Arizona and intermediate pointy 4010 1ncoml1WI1ton Vancouver B C Victoria B Cand many other points in BritIshThe Southern Railway offers the very best and most convenient1 lt IIndLouisillewest din California Lexington convenience of n change of cars Vestibule day conches and CUAlnCAHWrite for information T W CREWS T P A 111 East Main Street KYEl1 234 Fourth Street LOUISVILLE K- YLIPPINCOTT9S MAGAZINEA Thu Best In Current Llteratun 12 COMPLETE NOVEL YEARLY ANDPAPERSS2150 COPYNOEVERY NUMBER COMPLETE IN ITSELF n BERT DANIEL lItRlltlllurtlr Dwingsrllle ST UKIKKSKNTIXO THK PETERS SHOE CO ST LOUIS MO Solicits the imtrniinee of Illerlbllllhi JR BAYS NEWBERRYCLAY SHOE CO HUNTINGTON W VA SOIII SunfsLookWellThe r GUARD S 1on1 1 preparation is Hour and tho mostv houlthful flour is MANSFIELDS BEST PATENT AN- DMountain Lilly Milled by water power from very best selected wheat on a thIIthat is mechanically perfect We say MANSFIELDS iia the r finest Hour made but we dont ex lpect you to take our word for it J fWo DO ask you however to try 1 just one single sock Wo know it will be enough to make you a firm ifriend of Manfiolds Flour 1 ffEuy from your groceryman t R C Mansfield SOD- ROSSLYNKENTUCK I f f millER CECIL LEE CITY KY ataI f OFFER GREAT BARGAIN5t A pretty foot in n pretty shoe tf Will please your wife mill please you too I And this la the place to buy them us wo if have everything in shoe perfection nml nil to price well youll think the Shoo Man give ua all the discount j in Brogans mid Gentlemens Fine Shoes i ttlrelsl feed you too Everything here kept by inn up to date Country Store FOR SALE OR RENT 1 Highly improved stock farm of fi 7tdacres in the Mine Crass section of Clark County Ky situated on the Mt Ster ling and Winchester turnpike being about seven toile from Winchester mill the same from Mt Sterling Ky Can be divided into four fartnu IIH follows One of SO acres with good house of five rooms nnd new tobacco barn j One of 100 ncrfs adjoining the above with house of four rooms mill largo totbacco barn delllnrofinps threo barns tutu two tenant houses One of 215 acres with two houses two barns and outbuildings 16For particulars address- J C SCOREE 17r0 Winchester Ky JOHN W CRAV- ENUNDERTAKER 1 i HAZEL GREEN KYl will carry a c niplcto line of COFFINS AND CASKETS- and answer all calls by telephone or promptlvWr John H Rose will answer all calls in my absence Headquarters for Monuments and Tombstones Respectfully ct t JOHN W aHA YR Promptly obtained or no fee Write for our CO F ENTI LETTER be1b1 applying or patent t worth money Vie PAYoannddandwesendIMMEOIATi Registerediu at BOBC07 7th St WASHINGTON D C Any render of this paper who contomplntes taking out a potent on an invention will do well to I communicate with the editor of TUE HUUALD before doing so tf f Ij4 t