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The Hazel Green herald: n. Thursday, July 20, 1905. The Hazel Green herald. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Spencer Cooper, Hazel Green, KY 1905 haz1905072001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hazel Green herald: n. Thursday, July 20, 1905. The Hazel Green herald. Spencer Cooper, Hazel Green, KY 1905 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. w J THE HA7PI jRESNWMr111RA I ttfJ f 0 Established March 41885 Made Famous la the of li V- It Story Jonathan and His Continent11 by Max ORoll 0 11It TWENTIETH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 20 1905d1 5t- eP i I oxoilspi k orCThe Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 50 Cents 9 Yll r WASH MILLER President W WILLIS VicePresident i I J ili ii Jii iiiItWINCHESTER KY PAID UP C prrArJSlOOOOOOO T To Cure a Cold in One Day fa Cure Two Grip Days Laxative Bromo Tablets Jon9 25c itfrSvesBing MBSoa fcoze past 12 This Signature and OiJ- i DEALERS IN Gel1elj ll Y1e1cllarlJise XryJ- a1SfL CftotMngr Roots 4 SJLACf i otlonsjJ G11iocealcs Pru1is csf f HAZEr GltEEnrI ICarry a complete stock of everything usually found in a First Clne 5 Country Store and in addition HUNDREDS OF ARTICLES THAT NO OTHER MOUNTAIN STORE KEEPS IN STOCK our store is uptodate in its appointments In fact it may well be called a DEPARTMENT STORE it carries everything usually found iin such establishments Wo keep things a moving and everything fresh I If you are hunting shopworn and shoddy stuff youll have to go elsewhere i But if you want clean fresh uptodate stock come here K HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE IN TRADE t And all goods sold as lowaye lower than you can buy them from THE OTHER FELLOW When you want bargains come to us CLOSINGOUT I SiiEI INot to quit business but to make ready for our spring stock which will be one of the largest and most varied1 I ever brought to this market So avail yourselves of this GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES by calling early and securing some of the bargains that will I be offered Remember to secure these bargains you must j J3RllolGr THE C1 3IIoBy the way if you owe the firm anything be sur and call and settle as we expect this of you and i it toil save us calling on you personally Yours respectfully lL OT JVL ROSE = t HEALTH AND xtr7a aamYTbokrcatr4oodyfornersoui prosuatlOn and all diseases of the generatlr- otcansof eltbernezauch as Neroul Proatratlen FnlUnlf or Lost ZlanhoodI- mnotcDOY NIJbtlyEmluloD Youthful Errors Mental Worry excesslre use JiA I m ahlch lead to Contutpttoa and II1111o1IU With eyedof tew or p u tf moneyAFTER CO Sold CJcvnlateUluo J F Y A H HAMPTON Cashier J W POYNTER Asst Cashier lW NVe solicit your banking busi ness and promise you prompt andl careful service every attention andl accommodation consistent withcor rect banking principles I I DiREcrps us mILLCR UJ WILLIS + T R P5ILLIPS UJ B WILLS J D Simpson J K BZIQKBSRLCCR+ A R FjAmPTOn- s FoF Isr Take Quinine every l soN In months as I KILLTHi COUCHA- NDI CURE THE LUNGS WITMDrKingsNow PrlcFORS 100 OLDS Free Trill Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect May 21 1905 WEST BOUND Dully 01exM = I STATIONS Iis Dully 1of ci Sunfay iII IIIjir Sunday AMArrl I IMArr di 25 am ollJcbon 0 2 25 pm 71Oatn WIUe 20 126pm 7 47 am 347pm 8 01 am OITorrlntj40 4 01 pm 8 28 am 4 30 pm 8 S7 am 62 Clay City 0V 4 311 pm 010am 70 LAKJuncn 08 pm I 23 am 90 Winchester 90Ib 20 pm 10 10 am 04 Lexington 05 pm EAST BOUND r11 II wI INo 4 nail021 = STATIONS = ex IJLvellIA11LreiI I l 2 25 pm 0 LulllJton 10 7 d5 am 3 10 pm 20 Winchester 20 8 25 am 3 TO pm 10 Clay City I40 0 IS am 4 0 i pm IIStanton44 II 23 am 4 35 put 57Nat Bridge 57 115 am ame0 05 pin W OKJuncit 90 11 26 am 0 10 pm 94iJackion 94 11 30 am STTralnu Nos 3 and 4 dally other trains daily except Sunday riTTrnlns Nos 1 and 4 make oloi o con nertlon nt Ot K Junction for points on 10 I K llnilwny- sfrTrnins JNo 1 aid 3 connect at L A E Junction with C S 0 Railway for Mount SterlingTrains BeattyvilleJunctionJunction with 0 and K Kailway daily ex4 cept Sunday MxsacorOUAS I 1 VO J L TRIPLE MURDER FRANK SMITH AND TWO SONS SHOT DOWN SATURDAY IN COLD BLOOD Scott McQuinn and John LaneI Did the Deed and McQuinn Says We Had to Do It Excitement Runs High and Hundreds Attend Midnight Funeral of Victims MURDERERS HELD WITHOUT BAIL I In u dlliculty Saturday on Holly crook near here Frank Smith and his two eons William and Manfred Smith aged respectively 1 e twentytwoyoaretiverinstantly The beginning of tthe light may never be known aa there worn no witnesses except John Land a brotherinlaw of McQuinn William nnd Manfred Smith had been to WiJhurst and wore re turning homo each riding n untie and were near the homo of Scott McQuinu They had to puss the McQuinn home which was on the county road rondeVillintl1in the head breast and stomach It is supposed that William was trying to get a tree for shelter aa he fell near ono Frank Smith the father was at home and hearing the shooting got his shotgun nnd crone up near tho barn anti was killed Mr Lyra immediately after the troublo was on tho ground and went into tho McQuinn home and naked McQuinn and Lane who did the killing and McQuinn an swored Vo did but wo had to do it One of the mules that the Smiths were riding was killed and tho other one was shot Neither McQuinn nor Lano was injured Manfred Smith had a revolver in his hand with two emptyjch ambers 1 About six years ago William Smith and Mayno Taulbeo killed Merdith McQuinn tho fourteen yenr old brother of McQuinn Smith was at that time about tho samo age Smith served a five year term in tho State prison for tho crime and has been home onlyI a short tune Taulboo was also convicted There has boon bad fooling between tho two families over since and trouble has been expected over since tho killing of Moridith McQuinn Scott McQuinn is unmarried is about 22 years of age and lives with his mother His father died some years ago Tho two Smith boys lived with their father The two families lived near each other Frank Smith is a brother of Jeff Smith who was n witness in the Hargis case in Lexington Frank is tho third of his family to be killed Elkanon Smith was killed at a mill about four years ago by Bud Bohanan who is now serving a twelveyear sontonco for the crime George Smith another brother was killed in Days store on Frozen Creek nearly thro years ago by Charles T Byrd an attorney Byrd was never indict ed and lives in the West The above is a special from Leo City to the Lexington Herald Since tho above was published the two murderers John Lano and Scott McQuinu have boon arrest ed and placed in jail Bud further particulars load to the presump tion that tho killing was premedi tated and well prepared for TheI barn from which the shots wero fired proves to bo a regular stock ade tho barrier from behind boingbuiltnablo to bullet It was certainly a dastardly murder and one that is deeply de plored by all the people of Wolfe County Tho romaine of Frank Smith 0 X EveryfHeartAcheEvery e ficult breathing palpitation fluttering or dizzy spell means that your heart is straining it t self in its effort to keep in dangerousSome exertion or excitement will completely exhaust the nerves or rupture the walls or arteries of stopRelieveat once with Dr Miles Heart Cure It invigorates and strengthens the heart nerves and muscles stimulates the heart action and relieves the pain and miserIIyourheartDr Miles Heart Cure I Buffered terribly with honrt dls bytllrrcnmt IlhIIIclanI had dropsy of tho heart Ho put the Xray on me nnd In connection t with hilt medlclnn he cnmo near mak Inc n UnlHli of mo Homo time before this n Mr Young of Bt Lculn way In our tnwn Ito saw my condition and recommended Dr Mlles Heart Curo to me I guvo It little attention until my return from Memphis when I concluded to try It and nm pl i3dto say throe bottles cured mn aOODmCliJrCuruthersvlIIl O Dr Mlles Heart Cure Ila void by your druqolit who will guarantee that the first bottle will benefit If It falls ha will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind and his two sons William and Manfred tho victims of tho bloody t tight in Wolfe County on last Saturday wore buried Sunday even ing in tho Smith burial ground near Hampton Station on the 0 ifc K railway about 10 mikt from Jackson in Breathitt County- A large crowd of people had gathered at the gravoyard to wit ness this unusual triple burial i and it was near midnight be foro the interment was completodff Hundrords of people viewed thevremains of the father and two eons lying in their home on the head of Holly creek Church services throughout the entire neighborhood wore aban dotted and tho people gathered from many miles distant to tho scone of this bloody battle The homes of tho MuQuinns and Smiths are only about 100 yards apart am all day long while the people thronged at tho latter flaco no sign of life could bo Been at tho formerSheriff J T Stamper and jailer J C B Little of Wolfo County were on tho scene Sunday and went to tho McQuinn homo and talked with Mrs McQuinn Thoy loft there at 3 oclock going tow ard Campton By some arrangement with Mrs McQuinn the offi s cers got in communication with Scott McQuinn runt John Lano this men who wore charged with the killing and they agreed to meet tho officers on Stillwater at n point about throo milrH from tho scone of the killing and go with J them to Campton The oflicort wont to this place and according to arrangements they wero met by Scott McQuinn and John Lane in company with Jim Mc Quinn and Leo Profit two other men who were present at the ing They wero taken to t killtt in ton jail Sunday evening and There is great excitement iu that section over tho killing and it is believed that there will bo more bloodshed- At tho examining trial held at Campton yesterday Scott McQuinn and John Lane wero hold without bail Jim McQuinn and Lee Proftrtwere dismissed OJWX O X4L Ban U 1111 Kla Yes Nltl 6S tar F jI IL THE HERALD and CourierrJ Journal both to any wldr IJi a XMrr Ami now is tW tItwWribc 1 I Joc Yq i T G 1 J i i i fJI wMt Jf L THE HERALDi Knteroil at tlio Hniol Ornxn Poet ollloe nil ecoiul clim mntt r Official Paper of Wolfe Circuit Court SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY July 20 1005 v OFIIOIATJDUtEOTOItY CIRCUIT COURT Third Monday In January First Monday in May and Third Mondnyin September Eighteen Judicnl days Robt Riddle Judge QUARTERLY COURT Tu outlay after 1st Monday in March June Set lumber and December COUNTY COURT First Monday iin hulFo1I inI April anti October +Rnnoun mcnTs + are authorized to nn COXWo HENRY M COX of West Liberty an n trnndidatp for Rep re ontativo from tho Jllltl district sub ject to action of the Democratic party TAULBEEWe r y to announce JOHN IL l4tt rHlm n n candidate for Representative trom the 1lorgan Wolfe District Miiljvct to the notion of the Democratic party DEMOCRATIC TICKET t For State SenateS M WHEELER Judgon For Sheriff WILL COX For County Court Clerk 1 ROBERT CARROLL V LAttornoyOltlCENI11 i B For Superintendent Schools W H CHAMBERS For Jailor I W G HALSEY For Assessor G K ALLEN U SurveyorUFor Coroner FRANK SAMPLE THK Legislative committee com mott at tho Day House t day July 20th and organinized by John S Cartor chairman and J T Hanks secretary Henry M Cox had registered and tho othe- two Judgo William Perry nn John Tadlbee paid in their foe S today which sottlos that matter Wo waited for this sleeting o that wo could tell our render whttlur or not it was to bo a prii wary As they all registered aud paid in their foes a primary is in i heldion Saturday August 5th 1902 We i leit week I A Surprise Party- A pleasantsurpriso party tea be given to your stomach and livo by taking a medicine which will1 relieve their pain and discomfort + viz Dr Kings New Life Pills They are a most wondorful remedy affording sure relief and cure for constipntion oarORX4ZMeg 1fe BacjMI Icut It jrJSf O IJ j I if IIH sssimWolfe County Teachers Institute July 1014 Tho Committee on Resolutions of tho Wolfe County Teachers In stituto beg leave to submit the following resolutions Resolved hut T Thut we approve of tho time place and manner of hold ing this Institute and extend to Greenyth+ + kindness shown us in tho use of tilt academy buildings and campus SKCOXD That wo express hearty appreciation of tho very able in struction given by Prof VmU Cord luring tho Institute THIIID That wo extend to Secretary Miss Carroll and thei VicuProsidont Mr D H KashI our thanks for faithful perform ance of their official duties FOUUTH That wo express to Mr Car iMixo our thanks for tho ex cellent music furnished in till academy chapel on Tuesday oven tug FIFTH That whereas hasty and inappropriate legislation is worse than no legislation at all whore fore wo request and pray tho next General Assembly of Kentucky to enact a law providing for tho ap pointment and remuneration of a committee of throe such commit too to devote IS months to the systemintho result of their investigation to tho General Assembly meeting next after their appointment SIXTH That we request the countysuporintendonts and boards of examiners to require of applicants for teachers certificates qualifications rid the common schoolsof so ninny socalled teachers who are unfit callingSiand superintendent of this county extend a hearty invitation to any or all of the adjacent counties to hold a joint institute with us next year EIGHTH That wo express our hearty appreciation of tho faithful services of our efficient county superintendent J W Taulbeo in raising tho educational standard of our county during his term of thatgho continue in the great cause of education among us MIss Lulu Itos mttnondRosolutiouaKlrrr1 Pay Your Subscription Today One more issues of THK HKU ate will comntoto its twentieth twontyfirstway bill by having no delinquents on tho list If you are behind the date after your name on this pa youkindlyrust lure money to pay expenses nUll if you owe us anything como appliostoaryitryou to pay a collecting agency as wo have no time to come to see you about it Act today Shako Into Your Shoos pnjnful sweatingfeet SoldbystoresDontplo free Address A S Olmstod LcRoyNY r THE WILD MN OF BORNEO 1t i i 1J j j j = n rI I Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind duIl courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor I by druggists one and cheerfulness soon disappear the kid are out J or diseased j I for a to be born afflicted kid I too If the I urine scauu tne nesn or U when the reaches an age It should be childII the passage It Is yet afflicted with unpleasant men are mis erable kidney and bladder trouble In fitly cent and dollar sizes You may have 31 sample by matt when neys of child with weak neys lithe child urinates often when control made with bottle order free also pmphiettellnoneott I jI from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont t Kilmers I J Has just come to town and taken up his headquarters at PIERATTS STORE where he is cutting and carving prices beyond on ev usually in a First Class Country Store I bought them for CASH I bought them RIGHT I i And I am going to sell them if IfHAVE TO HIRE A BOY TO s CARRY THEM HOME FOR YOU I I SO onI your coshf NOT YOUR FACE j And nothing but the CASH and j call me side in my office and ask me privately not a whisper what certain goods are worth AND MY WILL CONVINCE YOU Either a WILD MAN A CRAZY MAN A LUNATIC or ALL HIS GLORY HAS HIT A SEWIN TOWN OF HAZEL GREEN Come early to avoid the great j rush now on Respectfully The Wild Mae PIERATT N Fl P S I keep Livery Stable too rIIorrent Kidney hasbecomejthatitisnotuncommon oftheofthesethekidneyssupposeWomen remedyTheofSwamphoot wwpaootingthethousandsBinghamton remembertheBinghamtonN comparison erything found REMEMBER bring one above ANSWER That still STATE iOLLECE OF KENTUCKY LEXINGTON KENTUCKY + t The Agricultural and Mechanical State College of Kentucky offers the folj 1 lowing courses of study viz Agricultural horticultural chemical biological e- ldlctrlcRlengineering leadingtoi The instructorsCounty fuel and Jlgbtjj and If remain expensesThe equipped comprehensive and modernThe jLegislature appropriated 60000 for a college homo for young women completedandI byCongresspositionsand18 largely in excess of tho ability I college to I 750peciatists have charge of eachdp 4partment of natural science Summer schools are provided for sciencethetucky though bearing hitherto the title of college1 It is the oat institution in the Commonwealth In university N workiforgoodbyelectricity I t modern An opportunity is thus afforded to them of a thorough education in classics toryanpohticnl i I State offers advantages or i tlon of For women at all comparable to those offered by the State College of Kentucky i coursesi uuiuiiiiiicatalogues method of appointments informtion regaling f 1 admission apply to TAMES K PhDLLD 1 i Or to D O IRAEE PATTERSON fQ KyMSept 14 I9O5 APTTIiPrintedlal and Por Wly the lowest Prices consistent with good U1tltet g firsts workmanship Best stitcher in the Iuouutaiult I f 4