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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 11d y Cjifj f Y- W Tile HAZEL GREEN HERALDO Established March 41885 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Continent t y Max ORell = O 4r TWENTYTHIRD YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 28 1907 NUMBER 8 y BP O Yearwnar1 Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect Noy 18 1906 WEST BOUND Nol Kll K No 3 DallyaDd8111111ay AMArr PMArr pmq7 07 am 20 BenttyvV Jo 20 3 20 pm 7 SO am 40 Torrent 40 3 41 pm l 7 45 am 44 Nat Bridge 44 3 65 pm 7 43 am Campton Juutn 3 57 pm 8 15 am 57 Stanton 57 4 26 pm 8 25 am G2mClal City 62 435 pm Itt 9 00am 70 LAEJuncn 70 6 07 pm 9 12 am 90 Winchester 90 5 20 nm I 10 9 55aml94 Lexington 94 0 05 pm t EAST BOUND y No2 gll II g No4 andSundayI PU LYe AJre2 25 pm 0 Lexington 0 7 jJ am 3 10 pm 20 Winchester 20 8 13 amt 3 25 pm LAEJnnctlon a 26 pm 4 00 pm 40 Clay City 40 9 02 am 4 10 pm 44 Stanton 44 9 10 am 4 40 pm Campton Juntn9 38 pm 4 45 pm 57 Nat Bridge 57 9 43 am 4 wnIamd 6 15 pm 94 Jackson 94 11 20 am CONNECTIONSLNos 12 and a ByforCAMPTON JUNCTION Trains NOl 1 2 3 and 4 conneetwith the Mountain Central Ry Sot Pine Ridge and Campton DBATTYVLLE JUNCTIONTrain Noi 2 I Mid 4 will make connection at Beattyville passengersto0 K JUNCTION Tralni Noi 3 and 4 connect with the 0 K Railway for local wayWManager011ABSCOTTGenPaat 0 OHIO KENTUCKY RAILWAY n V TIME TABLE MAY 21 1005 IIWEST BOUND 1 33 I SI Kl No2L 11 STATIONS v Dally e- y xs- ex Sunay Aim 0 27 PM Ann 12035li5I I 13I2 Wilhnrit 6 11 4ri 0I Junction 0 11 16 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND 034 fNo22 DallyiLiiday ex SMtvE PMLVB 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hampton 13 1 44 837 10 Wllhnrst 20 1 61 9K 1 OAK Junction 22 226- 9BO 0 Tachion 27 2 30 4N6j21i nd 22 will make close connection Cj fotackr M LCONLEY Superintendent iiiiynlTRPVl DJrr EtlERAL81uRES NEOLA KY lets the citizens in and around Hole 4wa the best line 61 goods evpr seen ini d d rounii1 u more in return than it Mould anywhere Country produce and railroad ties taken patronage hobuymuch you can save KILL TH COUGHAMI CURE THC LUNGS KingsNew f rONSUHPTION Pries 4FOft OUGHCaod Sic Sf IOLDS Fret Trltir B t andQt ckcst Our for all nlOVBLES i 1 0 lJL J i iJ ThompsonBrenneman A quiet but happy wedding cer emony was performed at 7 p m Sunday August 12th by the Rev Mr Partridge at the home of the brides parents uniting Mies Cordoba Brenneman and lir Clyde Ray Thompson The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs B F Brenneman and though living in Russellville only a few months she has made many friends by her cordial and friendly manners The groom is a pros perous young farmer of Crawfords ville Ind and is to be congratu lated upon winning such a bride Mrs J L Jackson presided at the piano in her inimitable way playing the accompaniment for Mrs J W Vaughns song Ann wared lbyRobyns The bride always beautiful never looked more lovely than when 4ho descended the stairs as the wedding march pealed forth Her wedding gown was soft fluffy net with Valenciennes lace over taffeta and she carried a boquet of brides roses She was met at the conventiongroom attired in the black and before the friendsY1s sembled to do them honoqflfchey were made one in hapeslahd des tiny After thejteddmg ceremo ny a beautiful Land impressive prayer W8J said by the Rev J L a Jaoksonrvdle All The iiis oing away gown waea da I e taffeta eton suit with Persian and gilt trimmings and white gloves shoes hat and purse to match After Aug I6th Mr and Mrs Thompson will be at home to their friends at Craw fordevillo IndRussellville Alabama Times A Card To the Voters of Wolfe County Having been solicited by Demo orate from the different precincts of the county to make the race for Sheriff for the next term I take this method of announcing myself subjecttoocratic primary ft be held some time in 1908 This is the first time that I have ever announced as a candidate for any office but ever since I became twentyone years of age have been found in the ranks of the party fighting for the success of the principles of the party which are dear to the heart of every ttrue Democrat and when the nominees have been selected myH11eeotion I ask all voters to con aider my candidacy and if I am nominated and elected I will de vote my time and attention to the duties of said office and that the door of said office will be open dur dayroI come to said office Soliciting your I support and with best wishes for the Great Common People I re main yours forqAccesBROY SMITH I No little city in the State of like size offers sueh edncatjonal advan tages Our citizens have spared no expensQ in the erection of buildings that are inviting and comfort able and offer a school home that any one can be proud of Everybody Should Know prominentbusiness Bncklens Arnida Salve is the quickest and surest healing salve ever applied to a sore burn per wound or to a case of piles Ive used it and know what Im talking alll6fdiugdrUgg8t8rII I 1fL hIt 1 For want ofa printer we must I beg our subscribers to this week overlook our shortcomings and all newspaper friends to send a printer this way if they know of one I have decided to sell my farm of 100 acres 65 in grass 85 wood laud balance in cultivation Ono good dwelling of six rooms a good barn and other good out iijldinKjA two good tenant houses and three good wells good garden and fine orchard lays well with good out let 1 mile of Rogers Ky ty miles west of Campton on belt between tampton oil field and Torrent For further particulars call on or write Henry C Nickell Rogers Ky We are proud of the fact that we are all labores in this oommu nity practioallyevery citizen is in clued for who among the num ber is there who does not to a greater of less exteutperform man nal labor See the professional card of Dr C H Williams in this paper and when in need of physic give him a call He iib a nice gentleman and a fine physi6ian with several years of active practice at the back of his diploma VThe funeral ee vices of the late Jon Brown veld at Bethel church I day in Sep= tembden indefinitely postpouea c oount ofmeasles in the decedants family Mrs Southey Lacy of Lacy creek accompanied by her sister Mrs Alice Rose of Stillwater and the latters daughter Miss Way land paid THE HEIIAD a call last week A B Amyx of Channte Kan sas accompanied by his niece Miss Bertha Amjyc of Mnscogee Indian Territory were visiting friends at this place Sunday Buy of your home merchants and increase the value of your property This is a fact the bet ter the town the more demand there is for property NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY Notice li hereby given that I will on Wednesday September 3 1907 pursuant to an order ofthe District Court in the above styled cause offer for tale at public outcry to the hlghei bidder twu lots or parcels of land at and near Lee City Wolfe County Kentucky to be sold at the property of the above lamed J B Little Bankrupt which property ii now in my bands ai trustee of said J B Little One Is a vacant lot containing about one acre lying just below the dept at Lee City and between the railroad right of way and the river The other lot It a business lot on Main Street twenty by fartyieven fret be lug the lots that were purchased bv said J B Little from Clay Rote Peions desiring to bid on this preperty may moil bids tome at Jackson Ky which bids wH4 be made public on lay of sale or they in Ay attend the tale in person The sale will be had near the depots Lee City at 1230 oclock of j said day The right to reject bids will be j reserved This August 21111071 KELLY HASH TruateeJJ CAMPTON CURRENCY 0 The Campton Courier printing plant has been shipped to Jackson W L Stamper whose illness was reported last week has so far recovered that he is able to walk about some Fielden Brown who had a leg broken at a saw mill in Breathitt county two months ago is now up and able to get about town on his crutches Mrs W G Halsey wife of the Jailer remains dangerously ill of typhoid fever A R Marshall returnedhome Tuesday after a two weeks visit to his Chicago home fs49p L T HoverD ale s this week at Jackson setting up the printing press sent there from this place P paperSG G Allen of Lee City was in town yesterday looking for a house to rent Judge J C Lykins and wife have purchased them a home in Lex ington where they will move some time within a week But Judge Lykins will be in Campton most of his time for six months or so Next Monday will be County Court and on the day following Tuesday will be Quarterly Court A petition asking 25000 damages was 1 last week filed in the office of the Circuit Court Clerk by J 8 Rittenhouse against Harmon H Swango The petition alleges malicious prosecution Attorney B R Jouett of Winchester was in town on business last Friday night i Capt S IJ Smith last week sold to Broadhead GQtt Co all the timber on eek farm fOl675f vMissing the Rocky Lranch school Was in town Saturday and Sunday and accompanied hamo by her sister Mrs J H Stamper Jr Sunday The new jail IS neariug comple tion and will be ready for occu pane by the time Circuit Court comes on- Isaac Wadkins who last week disturbed the sohoolof Mils Car rie Chambers on Holly creek was tried before Squire S F Allen here yesterday and required to give bond in the sum of 30000 to keep the peace until Circuit Court convenes J H Stamper Jr and his son Willie are attending County Court at Winchester and selling cattle sheep c Dr Richard Byrd of the Calla boose is in town this week The Dr expects to leave some time the first of September for a point in Oklahoma where he will practice medicine Aug 27 SHORT STOP Clarence Rose and Al Gambrill of Howards creek Breathitt coun ty were visiting Porter Lacy and others ot Lacy Crksome ten days since and bought of Pres Brewer a threeyearold mule for 125 00 W T Caskey and wife who have been visiting among relatives and I friends in Illinois and Missouri for over three months will return home today 11 Jkaoo How Is YourHeart Is your pulse weak too slow too fast or does it skip a beat Do you have shortness of breath weak or hungry spells faintingsmothering or choking spells palpitation fluttering pains around the heart in side and shoulder i or hurt when lying on left side If you have any of these symptoms your heart is weak or diseased and cannot get better without assistance Dr Miles Heart Cure strengthens weak hearts and rarely ever fails to cure heart disease Try it and see how quickly you will find relief t tooldowntoldtywas hopeless Jly neighbors and tam Mylimbsthird larger than normal size and I Water had collected around my heart For at least three months I had to sitpropped up In bed to keep from smoth DrLilesI bad taken them all I was entirely cured I feel better than I have for twenty years and I am able to do any kind of work on my farm My IthadntCarIL T CURD WUmore Ky Dr Miles Heart Cure Is sold ky thatthehe will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind r MAGAZINE READERS eIIxasr JUounmDhMmatdtooditonei scsandnsiefa sbout Otfonu and all tLe Fax Wasayear 1 jdtotedjf titic repsodctioa of tile bed 100work of MlcurtadprofcMMMl a ytt I photographer ROAD Or A THOUIAVD WONDERS a book of 75 peso conuinjoa I 75andx Toul 335 All for Z Addi- sSUNSET AZI1 t tFnaeiico Flow BiuUioc San FLORIDAfGUBJL THE WINTER PLAYGROUND Easily and Quickly Reached via the SOUTHERN RAILWAY J1iD QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE Comfortable JJJnlngCarATTRACTIVE TOURS through Florida including a delightful sea voyage to Havana Cuba Key West or Nassau N Pat low rates VARIABLE ROUTE TICKETS Uoing via Asbeville and the Land of the Sty returning direct or vice versa withstop over privileges FLORIDA SPECIAL 7thSolidPullmapEquipment 11111ited Cheap Homeseekers Tickets on sale to ArkansastheWestDecemberary 5th and 19tb and March 5 9th JBFor illustrated Literat anti test soyaAgent orJKyCDPALoulnllJe KyC BEAM Jr A G P A St Loris Mo Tho time was not far back whan the boodler was called sfatemrtn or at worse a shrewd politician It is of to the greatrAdvantege of knojvuIt b riltiMoaAr r- i j A J i t r TOE IERLD I I L Puntlottteo u SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY Aug 28 HJOiIi it ANNOUNCEMENTS are authorized to announce DYERWe P Dyer as a candidate for t the office of Jailer of Wolfe County sul ject to the action of the Democratic par ty F Grits Now StoryIiBilmaa Many people like to read first fJ class Lotion and at the same tim 0 do not like to go to the expense of buying a high priced novel For that reason The Pensylvania Gritt Americas greatest family paper t at Williamsport Pa is one of tbe best investments in literature II loan can make It gives in oonD t section with a 10 to 24 page news paper each week a Story Company ion in which is run an installmon of n firstclass story every issue besides several short stories From six to eight high class novels are thus given free with every yearly subscription that papor for 200 thus saving the reader several dolII lars Beside this fiction the pa I per itself teems with topics of in terest On the whole you can ob tain more interesting reading through it than a any novel at i the price The next novel is Hil ma by William Tilliughast El dridge a fascinating and oxcitiu romance in which an audaoiou American of wealth comes to the rescue of a royal priucess who is surrounded by medieval condition r and concienceless plotters which P 11will begin Sept 1 and all lovers of good literature should send foi it at once Gov Hagers Appointments Louisa September 2 j Pikeville September 8 j Prestonsburg Sept 4 i Paiutsville Sept 5 j Stayers ville Sept Gj West Lifcgrty Sept gazes Grape eptember 9 n It t falle lot of theTfc has ppthe writer to travel p and down this broad commonwealth to a consid erable extent both in search of business and pleasure and with out apy attempt to flatter the good people of this section it can be truthfully said that no town of equal size has yet been found that a 1 equals our own lttle city To be sure the department stores tell you that if their goods are not o satisfactory you can return them i SureI Aut you have to pay the express or freight both ways and you decide to keep them If your house merchants goods are not satisfactory you take them back and it costs you nothing f True there are no merchant princes here as are often found in the larger cities but at the same time the town is remarkably free from the class thatis watched with tender solicitude by the wholesale houses aiuj whose devious ways w cause much foreboding to their tsmmerous creditors Nature studies should be foundI F iu all grades of public schoolsfrom- ihe I 1 kindergarten to the college that it is of utmost importance t since it appeals to our practical life and for devel1pieg our highest and best goody by bringing to natures heart sandnear to no- l tures God dff Tlv hard rain oil Grassy creek Friday last raised that stream so high that several1 water gates and unps werp washed out for Sebro Walter nUll others while Lacy I croek west of the town WitS Night tliar i viT i iItfoii k nwII OA O I I T afM tz 9 KM Y JU dll 4edVS BJSjh atgaatur Ii L Ao 7 4 Mrs C W Clark Mrs T B Robinson and Lee Clark of Maye lick arrived ut Swango House on Tuesday A Mr Jones wife and son of Jackson came down the same time Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollar Reward for any case of Catarrl hat connot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure FJ OHEKEV Co Props Toledo O- We the undersigned have knows J Cheney for the last 15 years nd believe him perfectly honorable in all business transaction financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm PALDINP KINNAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the flood and mucous surfaces of the ystem Testimonials sent free rice 75 ceritfyper bottle Sold b- IlldruggistsTake Family Pills for constipation I CEO RIGEj UNDERTAKER HAZEL GREEN KY I have several fine Coffins in my shop and am prepared to make any style to order and on the moos easonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse nd will attend all burials whet so requested Public patronage is espeotfully solicited 25tf GEO RICE cue Olucifrass Nilisefies LEXINGTON KY iffer for the Spring of 1907 0 large line of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Grape Vines Asparagus Shrubs Rhubarb ark Small Fruits We have no agents Strawberry and general catalogues on applica Lou to H F HILLBNMEYER SONS i JltsRHEUMATISMLUMBAGO I IEURAL8IA and SIDNEY TROUBLE i DIOK taken Internally rids the blood of the polionous matter and Midi which are the direct causes ol these diseases Applied externally n affords almost In stant relic Stow path while a permanent cure li being effected by purlfylnr tbe blood dluolTlni tbe poisonous substance and removing it from the intern DR 8 D BLAND Of Drowloo QB writMl 1 bad ben nirirarfor namb ro JM UimbMCO u4 Rhnmttlia In tor arms 2blIgand trld all th nmwlIM tht Iooold gather from medlotl worki and tlw oonmlUd with anumbarortba beet pkrildini tool found nothing that tar tb nuef obtained from 6DItOlll lbalproRrIboIiIDIDJ raaea tottbtuinkUna and kledrad dWU r FREEIf you are suffering with Bbemnatlim Neuralgia Kidney Trouble or any kin- dred disease write to ui for atrial bottle ot DROPS and test It yourself aDROPS can be used any length of time wIthout acquiring s drat habit as It Is entirely free of opium cocaine alcohol laudanum and other similar ingredients 81 nottl oDI10PII 1049wwI aUs3WAKSOI RHIDMATII Ilse reap 80 155 Lake strait aNatfc r Rsad Offer 4 A r The best talent in the country is brought right to your fireside v As a home entertainer it has no equal bedancewith comical recitations and songs An impromptu may to while the long eveningsaway the danceorchestra of the country to playbestnotice and here have themoments youat agotten up of the Peer instructor have than onebetter can youand whatmusic Or yon may wish to learn a song littleinaneed be The possibilities of this wonderfulifless singers to phrase a song over and over again chine for instruction and amusement are endless of the and best equipped Talkinglargest Thi Graphophone represents one of the latest achievements Machine Industry in the world Therefore its reproduction will surprise and delight the most Horn listener The equipment consists of Flower Horn with large amplifying Bell and Brass Detachable Horn SupportiuR Arm Aluminum Swinging Arm Noiseless and perfectly constructed motor An Adjustible Speed Screw Sound Box etoNatural Tone Oil tempered bearings that will last a lifetime Indestructable Incased in a handsomely finished quartered oak cabinet See and hear this wonderful instrument and learn how you can obtain one 500 Cash Purchases One Machine to each home r Vie ivi to TomYI Ohio do Ky Railway Co Bulletin CIRCULAR No U5Beginning Sunday May 12th 1007 theOhi and Kentucky Railway Co will run a Sunday Passenger train lean ing Cannel City at 100 oclock ip m connecting with L E train No 8 for all L E points which enables thru passengers to reach Cincinnati the same evening R turning train will leave Jackson at 400 oclock p m arriving atI Cannel City at 580 p m round trip rate between all stations from Cannel City to Jackson inclusive good for thia train and date only will be one fare plus 25 cent jBIF To secure benefit of reduce rates passengers from ticket stt tions must purchase tickets other wise full fare will be charged M L CONLEY General Manager Cannel City Ky May 10 1907 K T KOSK S Q SABHLl ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys d CopnelorsatLaw I CAMPTON KY This firm will practice in all the Courts of Wolfe and adjacent counties Special attention given to Corporation Law and Real Estate Litigation Offices Second Floor Farmers and Traders Dank Toe I WINCHESTER KY f N H WITHERSPOON President f Paid Up Capital I SHOOOOOOO Undivided Profit I 11000000 nandsume Deposit of over I I i 88000000- 0i This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and bus leers men generally throughout East olTers its custom ern facility and the most liberalers terms within the limits of legitimate AGENTS IS i tie AND PRICES RIGHT t berSeeR Our I Natural Tml Talkinii FREEt exactingi ConnectionDetachable 0Freeeasily ROSE SSOKTJS HAZEL GR7EE1 AlioIesterllagt bankingloct CECIL BROS F- ORKERRS PERPECTIONEVERY GUARANTEED iiiAN- DSinging Muckine Ladies Dress Goods In Fancy and Fashionable Patterns Hamburg Laces as fine GENTS FURNISHING GOODS in as looms can make j eluding ties shirts collars suspenders etc Prints of the latest design and Domestics bleached and unbleached j a line of Rugs including Brussolls and ingrain weaves Oils f Paints Drugs Glass Putty Stoves Tinware Crockery orGLOTHl 1 HOES HATS GAPS in Qndless var etytid grout quantityl so low in price you will be bound to buyst Did we hoar somebody say GROCERIES Well weve got emaud canned goods 6f every kindAp ricots Peaches Peas Tomatoes Corn Sweet Taters and But pshaw I Come and see Respectfully- HASH SAMPLE A l I More Than 25000 in Priz A Slate Fair ribbon has the backing ol the Commonwei Kentucky Its a trophy with a bit value guide from the i that accompanies iL i f Lowest Rates by Rail and River I y You Just Cant Alford to Miss It l t Come and bring all the folks and lice attendance will be s elled to the much desired tigers a quarter million In six great days e 1See our new grounds and new buildings costing 275000 steel and concrete grand stand mammoth exhibition barns fastest trot ting track In the world Trotting Pacing shining Races Dally An amusement program running wa into thousands el delllte F united with an exhibition plan never before attempted SEPT162UD07 r LOUISVILLE 1 Capt Knabenshae in his pasienger car ying airship the marvel ol the centurywith dally flights and exhibitions and a night ride In the air guided by a searchlightI Balloon races the most exciting ol aerial sports and a captive V balloon I r tYIAnd I ol amusement enter and the gigantic pyrotechnic spectacle Eruption ol Vesuvius actual reproduction ol the aweinspiring calamity ol 1906 glfen nightly In the Infield In front ol the grand stand Three concerts daily by Natlello and his premier band ol Illty artists Irom the Land ol Music Remetnber the Kentucky Stale Fair was created by the r Legislature and is given under the auspices ol the Kentucky StatetBoard ol Agriculture t Write lor catalogue and Illustrated descriptive book R E HUGHES Secretary LoalnlUeF J 1 CL a I Iv t AHqr 1Dressin Nearly every one likes a fine hair dressing Something toI make the hair more manage able to keep it from being too rough or from splitting at the ends Something too that will feed the hair at the same time a regular hairfood Wellfedhalr will bestrongand will remain where It belongs on the head not on the comb t The beat kind ol attitlmoUI Sold for OTor btty years Kwl brI O iyrCo Low1l Kan 10 aanAetrr of- SArsteenlwt ef sPILLS FECTOBAL ytl Never go in debt for a luxury or t any unneccessary article of any description An infant child of James Riane and wife of Laurel died Sunday of pneumonia W T Tyler of Campton wasI shaking hands in a business Noy withfriends here Monday Raleigh Cecil and family of Gil more visited the family of Wn Murphy Saturday and Sunday Harrison Swango and wife spent part of last week with their daugh ter Mrs J F Cecil on Grassy a Miss Lula Perkins of Incy Creek is visiting her sister Mrs Harlan South of Frozen Creek Miss Lola Young returned Monday from Jackson where she was ia visitor among relatives for a week Dr Niokell reports the birth of IIo a girl to the wife of Walter Male ny of Lacy creek Friday Aug 24 O tf1CIJ XaBun the Hare MKn Boug- hT t Signature tlC 1 of 11 Miss Nannie Catron of Mount sterling is visiting Miss Belle Mc Nabb and Monday called on town friends H H Combs and wife of Camp- j t nd MiBSfcAnnabei Combs of mhicndvleied relatives her riI u1 I WI FOCTNDAn Odd Fellow Ideuti sfiKtion Badge silver platedwhicl t fosto r- u Boy Johns Ada v of May town Hoked an interesting sermon at 1 Ifiirphy schoolhouse on Mur fi fork Sunday Mt he professional man who buys to order house ajid a merchan has his printing done out of t wn lrng to the same lodge- e degree c Painu Whitaker and Georg s a of Richmond Mrs Bessi ard and two children of Val View are other registers at the ngo House 1 tico is hereby given that the iiunds about and water in Swan go Spring must be treated as private property on and after Sept l 1 1907 J S RITTENIIOUSE Miss Molly Coldiron who ha been laid up on account of rheu t matisin was able to bo about Tues day and thought she could resumE her school hero Monday The attention Qf our readers iis again called to the cutprice list 4E D 0 Miller Jr Mr Millet tad such phenomenal sales thn y his ad last week that he conoludei 4 to advertise again this week He sold 380 in goods Saturday and is convinced that advertising pays better than anything His Official Servicesrr Our friend and well known ex citizen Hon D S Godsoy whose death was mentioned as bavin occurred on the 12th inst at hi home near Loveland Ohio was buried here on the 15th inst For many years he resided in our town and with his wife who is survive by him were recognized as two ol our most respected citizens Mr Godsey was a gallant soldier of the L st Cause served the then Wolfe Men see Montgomery Legislative district in the lower house of our State Legislature in 18850 filled various local offices in our county with uprightness and integ rity and leaves a name respecter by all Mrs Godsey who survive him was born and reared in our town is confined to her home by serious affliction physically am being among strangers as it were has decided to relocate among her kinsfolk and old friends in Haze Green as soon as her condition wil pormit We shall welcome her as one who is loved by all Their only son lives in Washington DC which place has been his home for 15 years The Limit of Life The most eminent medical scientists are unanimous in the conolu sion that the generally accepted limitation of human life is many years below the attainment possible with the advanced knowledge of which the race is now possessed The critical period that deter mines its duration seems to be be tween 50 and 60 the proper care of the body during this decade can not be too strongly urged carelessness then being fatal to longevity Natures best holppr aft r50 is Electric Bitters the acientilii tonic medicine that revitalize every organ of the body Guaran teed by all leading druggists of Wolfe 9duty50c Dftq Iayid80D and Will Alexander oif Daysboro were in to see- us Saturday and told of a boun dariof timber they had bought on the Harmon Swango farm and yhich they were getting ready ti Sow It embraces about 800000 feet They were looking for a set jf tram wheels and went to the Ohapel to secure them Mr and Mrs Steve S Rose and Mrs Southey Lacy of Lacy creek ook in a large part of the Lexing on fair and the latter was very highly pleased with the sights she seen and the way she was enter tamed by Powell Rose and family Bnd others that she never tires of he topic Endorsed by The County The most popular remedy in Usego County and the best friend- f my family writes Wm M- Dietz editor and publisher of the Usego Journal Gilbertsyille N Y is Dr Kings New Discover- yt has proved to be an infalliblq cure for coughs and colds making short work of the worst of them iVe always keep a bottle in the louse I believe it to be the most altfnbl prescription known for sung and Throat diseases Guar an teed to never disappoint the takers by all leading dealers in Wolfe county Price 60o and 100 Trial bottle free Our young friend Dr James H- Dunn of Lee City has sent us ia communication on How Obtain an Education which we deem so good that we are holding it for the school editioq One of our good farmers wai telling the other day of conversa tion he chanced to hoar between i11 young boy in his teens and a Christian Scientist It appears tin Scientist canto across a small bov i sitting under ati npplo tree doublet upwith pain My little man ho said What is the matter J1 ate somo green apples moaned the boyand oh how I ache You dont ache answered UK follower of Mrs Eddy you onlyi think so The boy looked up iit Bstonishmentat such a statement and then replied in a most positive manner Thats all right you may thinkS but Ive got inside information Cares Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Oreatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood is impure thin diseased hot or toll of humors If you have blooi poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofufa eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon ill sores heal aches and paIns stop and the blood is made pure and rick Druggists or by express 1 per large bottle Sampli free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Qa ii B B is especially advised for chronic deepseated cases as It cures aCter ill else faili Willie Johnson and wife of our town met with an accident Sunday while going down rocky hill which came near proving serious mud as it was resulted in the former being bruised and lamed aud the latter scratched ancPbruisef about the face and headIWhil riving down the hill tho yoke of the tongue broke letting the bugg rim on to the mules and in trying t9get away they turned over the rig spilling the occupants whicl resulted in the injuries as stated Both of them we are glad to state ire able to be about though stil suffering much pain CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- gnaturo ofsAmong the many freaks of natur landed into this office none have been greater curiosities than that of a corn stalk brought to us Monday by Mrs Southey Lacy It it thl polen end of the stalk bent so hat ti part turns down and leave ntertwine forming seven steps in mitation of a ladder and plainly tbe thorough work of nature 0 H WILLIAMS- PHYSICIAN DR AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEk KY tffers his profestional services to the citl zens of Hazel Green and surrounding coun trr and will answer all calls of affliction Office at his residence adjoining Hazel Green Dank The Lexington Herald announces a cam algu ouer ol 100 from August 1st to No ember 15tb or for 150 to January 1st The Herald will pay special attention to- news of the campaign in Kentucky and the country at large In addition to this IIt Dyers the news oj Central Kentucky as does no otber paper It is an unexceptional pportunity to get a high class paper This thee will receive subscriptions at this price or will furnish the Lexington Herald and this paper for f185 John Ward received a letter from his eon Henry a few days since informing him that he wonld probably be at home next month He is located in the wild woodlands of Canada where Indians are mainly inhabitants and he says there is too much of lo the poor Indian for him OOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOO 006 Scott Emulsion strengthens enfeebled inursing mothers by increasing their flesh nerve andil e jn forceIt baby witsti a cessary fat 0 and mineral food for Keai gr wth JH ALL DRUQQISTSj BOc t 100 0 oYYoo7froo71Y7f 00000 r The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has bees In uso for over 30 years has borno tho signature of rt tuft has been made under his perk sonal supervision since its infancy 4Allow 110 ono to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health of Infants niid Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotlo substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS rf Bears the Signature of +The Kind You Me Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THC CINTAUH COM ANT n MURRAY aTCCT new Yea CITY J Preserve 1tna Snaauwi ore0 gFadesS While in the enjoyment of health and looking your best you should have your picture made I have the only gallery g east of Mt Sterling fitted with a skylight and am to make PHOTOGRAPHS IN ANY STYLE OF preparedff known to the art and in sizes from 1x2 to 5x7 inches thing I turn out is guaranteed in both material and workman ship and having rendered satisfaction to all my past patronst I am confident that I can do so with all future trial will convince you better thau a column of newspaper talk Bfiyl make pictures of Family Groups and Dwellings and will answer all calls to the country Gallery on State Street Hazel Green Ky Call and see samples and learn prices ELLSWORTH LACY v 4 3S4 S 3 xSxmxSm GREATOO StCftlfICtj V ALFIjfj Beginning August 24th I will offer the follow ing goods for sale for one week only 200 Mens Suits worth 12 to 1500 Sale price SbSitf 200 s u 950a 579 200 f 750 479 29 f 050 359 80 Young Mens Suits worth 1850 Sale price 749 100 850I U 189 100a 400 213 40 u 100 49c 100 Pair Mens Pants worth850 189 100f 2 00s 113 150 Mens Underwear worth 50c Sale Price 33c 200 Mens Underwear worth 30c 19c 75 Boys Underwear worth 25c 9c 55 Girdles worth 50c 39c 500 Mens Fancy Shirts worth COc u 49c 100 Mens Hats worth 800 lo 200 Ladies Vests heavy worth 40c Everything in stock CUT according Do not miss this opportunity to sect your goods as I am determined to sell Ma eady to attend before goods are picked ove Nothing charged Respectfully yours D c MILLER J1ltHAZEL GREEN KY H F PIERATT F CECIL VicoProsnt MARION G SAMPLE Attorney preSidentflE tittttRL 1500000 Iii iAi ilili AiIte DIRECTORS E H SMITH H F PIERATT T M LEE J P ROSE J T WHALEY BEN MURPHY- H E ONEY E F CECIL Ii JAMES B ELKINS- II This Bank solicits the accounts of Merchants Farmers i Traders and Business Men generally Most Liberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking t lR c ry TOE HERALD i A GREAT EXHIBITION fTheKentuc y State Fair Offers I 25000 In Prizes 1 EVERY CLASSIFICATION COMPLET tFDpm Will Give to the Visitors the Most Attrac tive Displays There Is a Deposition upon the part ofthe general public to display a tired feeling when tho announcement Is made of plans for a new exposition In America as in the old country they have been earning rather fast of late and the experience of the managers of the Jamestown Exposition lends full weight to the Argument which favors having them few and far between This is not tho case however with State Fairs Like Emersons brook they go on and on forever the interestI Increasing as each succeeding exhibi tion approaches Certainly this is true ot the Kentucky State Fair From very section of the commonwealth and indeed from many sections of other commonwealths there is shown ft striking desire to make the 1907 Kentucky State Fair more than twice HB big as that of 1906 A State Institution created by the General Assembly operated by the State Board of Agriculture and sup ported in a large measure Ina pre mlum appropriation this spirit oti friendliness is to be commended The n ta gers of the State Fair are build Ing it along most liberal lines so far as All exhibit departments are con cerned Twentyfive thousand dollars i In cash la offered in prizes at the com- Ing exhibition to be held In Louisville Sept 16 to 21 There are 15 exhibit departments All of these departments are In charge of members of the State Board of Agriculture The Hon Hubert Vree land Chairman df the Board who is now Commissioner of Agriculture has for his departments poultry pigeons collie dogs tobacco plants flowers horticulture farm Implements and machinery The other departments are headed as follows Dairy cattle sheep and goats Professor M A Scovell Di rector of the Experiment Station at Lexington swine and womans work G N McGrew Bayou Livingston county beef cattle W R Moorman Jr Glendeaue Brecklnridge county horses mules and jacks Guthrie M Wilson Bardstown Nelson county Held seed grain vegetables and mel ons William Adams Cynthlana HarI rison cbunty Other members of the Board who are not assigned to exhibit departments but who are active in other directions in making the fair a success aro Lawrence Jones Louis ville Desha Brecklnridge Lexington and John C C Mayo Falntsville Ky In many departments the members charge have appoipted superintend eats and ass4lant superintendents These are au follows Mules WIl- lIam Simmons Shepherdsville su perintendent jack stock W 8 GlbbB Springfield superintendent awing H L Igleheart Union town superintendent poultry and pigeons John H Good Louisville superintendent Robert H Young J Louisville assistant superintendent vegetables and melons S H Sale Louisville superintendent field seed and grain HC Lovelace Boston su perintendent Geo D Karsner Lexing ton assistant superintendent tobac co M H Froman Ghent superintend ent 8 B Robertson Calhoun assist nt superintendent plants and flow Henry Nanz Louisville superln lent womans department Miss ilyn Porter Louisville superintend Miss Julia Dupre Louisville and as Eva N McGrew Bayou assist it BunerintcndentBj horticulture M Johmon Buechel superintendent J H Bates Buechel assistant super tendent collie dog show C H Thomas Louisville superintendent farm Implements and machinery J B Wal ker Hopklnsville superintendent MUCH INTEREST IN TOBACCO Seven Hundred and Seventy Dollars Offered at the Kentucky8tate Fair In Premiums The money offered in preminms at the Kentucky State Fair to be held In Louisville Sept 16th to 21st should re I suit tn the largest display of tobacco ever seen In the south Four hundred und aevotty dollars is given by the State Fair Board about equally divid ed between burley and dark types The Louisville Board ol Trade has added to this 260 for premiums as follows Burley Types For best sample representing Hogshead of nrt less than 800 pounds net Bright Burley Leaf Tobacco 7C J I 00 I Womens troubles throw a cloud over their lives which neglect may cause to become permanent a I Make yours into a passing shadow by taking a medicine that acts directly on your womanly organs the dfs Yourorderof which has caused your womanly troubles The right remedy for you when you baveheadacbo nervous spells dragging pains Irregular functions etc Is Passing Wine of CarduiI A Mrs R H Lawson of Sprott Ala writes I suffered with female troubles for 12 years tred 4 doctors they dldno good so I took Wino of Cardui I have taken 18 bottles eel greatly relieved and am Shadow better than In 20 years Sold by all reliable druggists In 100 bottles Try 11 MedlrWRITEJ24 AuttH Mvl DepU Qwunaoca eo 0Ia T For the best sample representing Hogshead of not less than 800 pounds net Red Burley Leaf Tobacco 50to to to to to Dark Types For best sample representing Hogshead of not less than 1200 pounds net of Fire Cured Tobacco J75 For tho best sample representing Hogshead of not less than 1000 pounds net of Unfired Tobacco 50 Samples of tobacco competing for these awards are to be drawn and sealed by the Louisville Leaf Tobacco Exchange Inspection not limited to top and open to all exhibitors Regular as the Sun W Is an expression as old as the race No doubt tHflKrising and setting of tho sun is the most regular per formance in the universe unless it is the action of the liver and bowels KingNewLifuPills l leading Wolfe county druggists 25o AN IGORROTE VILLAGE One of the Big Attractions For Ken tucky State Fair Week In lino with its policy to put on only the greatest attractions that can be secured the Kentucky State Fair management has closed a contract to have an Igorrote Village at the com ing exhibition during the week of Sept 16th in Louisville which will undoubtedly prove a great attraction This village is now located within the White City at Chicago Its inhabitants are a horde of barbarians who have come direct from the Philippines This exhibition is better In fact than the one at the Worlds Fair in the Philippine Reservation All of those natives were returned to the Philippines by order of the United States government and new contracts were signed with Uncle Sam to bring over a new lot of genuine dog eating Bon toe Igorrotes The primitive life of theso barbarians will be lived every day at the State air just as it is in Bontoc Their huts are of native ma terial coming from the Island of Luzon The tribe includes some of the famous head hunters of the Philip pines There are many rites and cere monies peculiar to these people and there pro constant dances and feasts The native industries are shows In the village which will be open to In spection all day and half the night during State Fair week at Louisville TRAINED WILD ANIMALS Mundys Trained Wild Animal Arena the big zoological congress that has been holding forth in the famous White City at Chicago thin year has been engaged for the Kentucky State Fair at Louisville Sept 16th to 21st This la admitted to be one of the most complete trained wild animal or ganizations in Anerlca There is no better collection nor are there finer specimens of the Asiatic and African carnivora than are to be teen In this big trained wild animal show Each and every one of them is thoroughly educated and every one Is a competent actor CASarOElI A Emu theIIIKM Yd Haw Always BoujM- Blgnnlote 1I of TH- ESollIftern Eatlwag Offers very low Round Trip HOMESEEKERSRates ARKANSAS INDIAN TERRI TORY LOUISIANA OKLAHO MA AM TEXAS Tivkuts on sole first and third Tuesday of each month ffjSFAppy to any Southern lliuhvfiy Agent or write R A COOK DP A- BSYENTT P A- Louisvillt Ky Have you received an appoint ment to the FALL TERMof The State Normal If not see your County Superintendent at once about it The Institution stands for the teachers and pupils gf Kentuckys rural schools fpsVIfyou have not seen the new catalog write a postal card request for one today Address R N ROARK President Richmond Ky MdliooruThe and surrounding community are invited to call and see our new SPRING SUMMER Line of liLiiirttEverything new and uptodate r TRIMMED HATS readytowear Hat Frames Flowers Ribbons etc iMillinery Materials of all kinds We carry a conJpleto line of ladies wear Silk dress patterns Waists Embroideries Laces Hosiery Gloves Summer Underwear est Call and see before buying else where Respectfully CECILLONG MILLINERY QRS c M Ie W T CENTER PHYSICIANS t SURGEONS HAZEL GREEN KY Partners in practice will make diseases of women and children a specialty Ob stetric call promptly attended day or night Office hours from 6 to 10 a m Boggles I Buggies I The citizens of Hazel Green and this vicinity are herewith informed that tbet can now bay firfetolass buggies at home 1 am prepared to famish the best tnide and at reasonable ptfoea I dontnan die anything but first clhse buggies and those who want heap claptTipa will have to go elsewhere BRemember if you want a FIRST CLASS BUGGY one that will give satisfaction in comfort and wear I can supply you Call and see me at ny shop in Hazel Green RespectfullyJQHN H ROSE p DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDJSEj Counfry PpodlReelw 111 Dry Goods Notions Shoes c f are now receiving a handsome line of SPRING and SUMMER GOODS including Dress Goods Dry el Goods Batise Lawns Calicoes Domestics c to which your attention is directed while the stock is new and fresh 1Fall1 Indications now foretell the largest attendance in the history the school for the Fall Term The COURSES OF STUDY have been revised so as to afford ofIIbest advantagespossible for young men and women who desire to ter prepare themselves for teaching or wish to prepare for the CERTIFICATE or the STATE DIPLOMA The ACADEMIC COURSE well equips the student for the SOPH j CollegeThe of Eight Teachers Careful attention is given to each studentxTUITION IS FREE GENERAL CPENSESFaU Term of 14 weeks 500 Winjer 1 Term of 11 weeks 500 Spring Term of 11 weeks 500 Board with HeAt and Light 200 per week Furnished RootiiB Free i Write for Catalogues 4 Mo 0 CARTER Secy reas Ho jo OERTHICK Principal it DONT PUT OFFQc1i r f Getting what you need in the line of l z HOME ovmThe best resolutioh you can make is to 1neyour HOME COMFORTABLE Furniture WjM i never be b ught cheaper than it is todayviy foj oiojiitJigiiy rrr Ilif- pJilJl I I i Never knocks twice ones door in this I Here is your opportu to furnish your HOUSEFrom Kitchen to Parlor Come and see us F We shall take great pleasure in showi you our goods We carry a complete line of Y new and secondhand FURNITURE in Plain a- QuteredAnd a r d OOaKk and Malloanv 4 Odd Dressers and Chiffoniers Side Boards Ex tension Tables Wardrobes Dinning Room Chairs Stoves and Ranges t- Old Furniture taken in exchange for new J ChaseM Rose Co I STORES AT HAZEL GREEN and HELECHAWAt I- e v I