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Digital page images are linked to the text file. n 0 I I 1 I HERALDio Established March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell == = = O 7 t TWENTYTHIRD YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 5 1907 NUMBER 4 BPENCEU Owner and COOPER rTheOldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 75 Cents a Year Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect NOT 18 1906 WEST BOUND Nol t No3 ex STATIONS Dally and 8nndg Sunday AM ArrPDtArrJackson 0 2 20 pm 610 am 0 0KJunetlpnL 2 25 pm6 l5 pm 707 am 20 BeaUTveJc 20 3 20 pm i eo am 40 Torrent 40 8 41 pm 745 am 44 Nat Bridge 44 3 55 pm 743 am I Cam ton Juntn 3 67 pm 57 Btnton 67 4 26 pm8 15 am 8l5 Am 62 Clay City 62 4 35 pm a 9 00 am 70 LEJunon 70 II 07 pm 9 12am 90 Winchester 90 6 20 pm 955 std 94 Lexington n 6 05 pm EAST BOUND Daily Sunday4No4ex A m STATIONS I Daily Sunday and PM LveAM2 25 pm 0 Lexington 0 7 36 am S 10 plm 20 Winchester 20 8 13 am 3 25 pml LEJunctionJ 8 26 pm 4 00 pm 40 Clay City 40 9 02 am 4 l0 pm H Stauton H 9 10 am 4 40 pm Campton Juntn 9 38 pm 4 45 pm 57 Nat Bridge 67 9 43 am 4 67 pm 62 Torrent 62 9 56 am 6 18 pm 70 BeattyveJo 70 10 17 am 6 10 pm 90 OKJoncn eo 1115 am I 6 lb pm 94 Jackson 94 11 20 am CONNECTIONS- L E JUNCTION Trains Noi 12 and 3 will make connection with the C O Ry for Mt Sterling CAMPON JUNCTION Trains NOl 1 2 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central Rr for Pine Ridge and Campton BEATTYVIOE JlJHCTION Train Noi 2 and 4 will make connection at Beattyvllle with the L and A Railway for passengers to and from Beattyville- O K JUNCTION Traint Nns 3 and 4 connect with the O fe K Railway for local RailwayWManager CHA8 SCOTT Gen PMI AlentI OHIO KENTUCKY RAILWAY t fX TIME TABLE MAY 21 1905Ir WEST BOUND No 33 1= No ll Dally ex STATIONS Daily ex Sunday H Sunday PM Ass 0 27 PM Ass 520 6 Cannel City 22 1235 s 4 4 I 19 13 4 3 illS111Heleebawahj2Qj12 D1 14 8 t r f3U w EA TOUND 1 V il iK fv lfflr K No22 Da 4I A L STATIONS g Daily ei 8trtic k r Sunay Ali r R Mi LVE S 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 2 21 Helechawa 6 1 1- 719Lee City 11 1 23 c S 13 Hampton 13 1 44 8 7 10 Vilhnrit 20 1 61 9 1 OAK Junction 22 2 25 9 0 Jackson 27 2 30 t 1nd22 will make close connection AMA function with Nos 3 and 4 for theLexington and Eastern Rail Qw s rbfL CONLEY Superintendent L 4- 1r MURPHY i i r I DEALER IN- fIERAL STORES r NEOLA KY ibflers the citizens in and around Hele chaw fe best line of goods ever seen in tt ion at the price A big round dc spent with him will bring you me n return than it would anywhere OOUL produce and railroad ties takeni in excha fie for gOOdsland your patron age is Until buy from him you will never know much you can save KILLYH COUCH ANa CURE This LUNGS KingsOw PricsCOUGH f00 L fr fS It and Quickest Cure for aU XHBOAT and LUNG XBOTTB LBS or MONEY BACK A Proposed Road A paoposed wagon road to beJ made between Hnzel Green and Helechawa The proposed road shall be a good smooth graded wagonroad to extend from the corner of John M Rose Sons store on Main Street Hazel Green and extend to the river at Naola The road throughout from be ginning to end shall be graded up i in an oval shape and of sufficient height to drain well i It shall have ditch on either side sufficient t to receive the water from ther adII and that which may flow in from the outside i The said ditches shall t be so made that they will readily dram all water from the roadway The tops of hills and high places shall be cut down as far as practical I and the dirt deposited in the low places Culverts and bridges made ofii good timbers covered with goodI two inch oak planks shall be placed I across the road at intervals iiII These culverts and bridges shallI be 1C feet in length and of sum cient number and size to conduct J the water from the roadway Rocky hill will be made smooth with an even rise and broadened so that teams can pass on it Ifi in event the County should open up a new road around Rocky hill the Road company will make said new road samVas specified above for the othcCirPNJf the road instead of thtaUani1 ned part The eamelKindi of work will be done tfjajth9 baysboro hill as on the Rocly hill or in the event a new road should be opened up around the hill the said new road will be graded up the same as specified for the otherpart of the roadThe Road Co shall keep the road in condition and repair for one year after the completion of saidi road Workshallbe beguto on the road as soon as sufficient funds are pledged to insure the amount nec cessary for the completion of the said road Twentyfive per cent of the amount pledged towards the mak ing of such a road shall be paid to the Road Co upon the completion of one half the work 50 of the amount pledged shall be paid up on the completion of the road and the remainder one year from the date of the completion of the road He Advertised And it came to pass that after he had advertised his goods there came unto him great multitudes from all the regions round about and did buy of him And when his competitors saw it they marl veled among themselves saying How be it that this man is busy while we loaf idly about our doors all day And he spake unto them saying In this fast age of push and rustle it is easier for a camel thanIfor a man to flourish in business without advertising Bent Little who has been in the U S coast artillery for some years was discharged a few weeks since and started for home But he was taken suddenly ill at Cin cinnati and is now there in the hospital though he expects to be home in a fpw days Rev HJ Derthick and family returned Friday from Ann Arbor spending A Card the Voters of Wolfe County Having been solicited by Democrats from the different precincts of the county to make the race for Sheriff for the next term I take this method of announcing myself- a candidate for said office subject to the will and action of the Democratic primary to be held some time in 1908 This is the first time that I have ever announced- as a a candidate for any office but ever since I became twentyone years of age have been found in thb ranks of the party fighting for the success of the principles of the party which are dear to the heart of every true Democrat and when the nominees have been seJected by the party I have spent both my time and money in securing their election I ask all voters to consider my candidacy and if I am nominated and elected I will devote my time and attention to the duties of said office and that the door of said office will be open dur dlltothe Great Common People lre main yours for success ROY SMITH 1 10000 Telegraphers Needed Smiths Business College can qualify you for a good Telegraphic position cheap Main Railroad wires in College Practical teachers Farm boys and others who received 20 per month before at tending this college now receive 0500 and 7500 The past Wonth officials of great railroads have en courged and written us for hun dreds of our graduates For full particulars address Wilbur R Smith Lexington Ky D C Millet Jr has again con cluded to extend his cut price sale for another week and requests us to so announce He says printers ink is the best card he can play and to judge from the custom that has come to him in a few weeks no one will doubt his assertion Th3 ad is left out this week but same prices will run as heretofore Several of our friends have inquired of us where they could buy a small blue grass farm and weI now have it Read the ad For Sale and write or call on Mr Pigg at Athens Ky at once as this wont stay on the market any longer than Patstayed in the army Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect it ITevalencr of Kldner Disease Most people do not realize the alarm ing increase and remarkable prevalency of kidney disease W- o hilekidneydis orders are the most common diseases that pre I vail they ares almost the last recognized by patient and physicians r who eon tent themselves with doctoring the effectt while the orig inal disease undermines the system What To Do There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in curing rheumatismI pain in the back kidneys liver bladder lassageItand scalding pain in passing it or bad effects following xsa of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant ne cessity of being compelled to go often during the day and t tget up many times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of swampRoot- is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you shoul1 have the best Sold by drug gists in fift cent awl onedollar sizes You may tuve a sample bottle and a IIiIaboutI hamton N Y WlKn Uomeoe tnmrBooL writing mention SIfs paper and dont- make any mistake but remember the name Dr Kilmer SwampRoot and The address Biz gha ton N Y I LEE CITY GLEANINGS I o Charley Patrick and wife entertained Miss Molly Oney last Wednesday night Mrs Kelly Rose and two daughters are visiting her fatherinlaw Wellio Rose this week Dick Childers of Maytown now traveling man was at the Bry House part of last week John Grahom and wife of JeCI fersonvilleare visiting friends and relatives here this week Mrs A M Nickell and granddaughter Edna Rose visited their friends at Helechawa part of last weekMiss Hazel Ringo of Hazel ofjlisonRoseMonday 4l Cleveland Allen a prominent lawyer of this place has moved to Camptpn where he will practice hM profession Miss Stella Manker of West Liberty paid her aunt Mrs Char ley Garinger a pleasant visit from Saturday until Monday Misses Vina Knox of Torrent and Malissa Shackelford and sis ter Mrs Shackelford of GiUmore MondayThose at Cannel City from here were Mesdames Alison Rose Hiram Bryant Charley Garinger and South Ar nett and wife Misses EffieBry j ant Mattie and Junie Rose Jessie and Ella Arnett and Molly Oney i i Messrs James Rose Alex Duff Whitney Wise Glenmore Daniel Alex Rose and Lucien Nickell All report a good time Young Men and Women J Bookkeeping Shorthand Type writing and Telegraphy taught at Smiths College Lexington Refers t to thousands of successful graduates Great demand for our j Reputation liegeWriteSmith Lexington Ky Robt Wells of Wellington was in town Saturday making preparations to send his daughter Lizzie and sisterinlaw Miss Lula Eaton of Mt Sterling to the academy the coming term Do not fail to read the auction ad of C M Rose Co which ap pears in this issue of our paper and if you wish to buy furniture be on hand to bid on the day and date advertised Drs G lI and W T Center have rented an office in the Miller building which they have just re modled and put in handsome style They will occupy it at once Mrs Q C Daniel returned last Thursday from a visit to her daughter Mrs Chas Byrd of Ludlow Ky also her sister Mrs Taylor Johnson of Loveland 0 The public school at Consolation is progressing nicely all seem very much interested and it is with great pride that Miss Arta points to the future of her pupils Tom Graham who left here about 12 years ago and now lives in Dallas county Texas was visit ing hereabouts for two weeks and left for lion e yesterday IMiss Effie King one of the Fac ulty of Hazel Green Academy re turned Monday evening rendy to resume her duties in the school room NeuralgiaAnd t PainAll is nerve pain the result of a tur bulent condition of the nerves The stabbing lacerating darting burning agonizing pain that comes from the prom inent nerve branches or sen sory nerves is neuralgia and is the big brother of all the other painsJjfe Dr Miles AntiPain Pills rarely ever fail to relieve these pains by soothing these larger nerves and restoring the tranquilityDr AntiPain Pills leave no bad aftereffects and are a reliable remedy for every kind of pain such as headache backache stomachache sciat ica rheumatism and neuralgia They also relieve Dizziness Sleeplessness Nervousness CarSickness and Distress aft ter eating t For many years I have been a eon tant sufferer from neuralgia ant headache and have never been able to obtain any relief from frarloui headache powders and capsules until J tried Dr Miles AntiPain Pills They always cure my headache In five minutes time FRED IK nvirmufix Cashier 1st Nat Bank Atkinson Neb Dr Mlles AntiPain Pills are told by your druggist who will guarantee that MJfalll25 doses 25 cents Never sold In bulk Miles Medical Co Elkhart Intf Lee Nickell of Stroth Indiana spent several days of his short vis it in Kentucky with the family of A P Dye of this place Return ing home last Saturday Dr G M Center reports the 1 birth of a boy to the wife of J Buck Hollon of Lacy Creek Aug 31 i to the wife of Azel Jones Sept 1 a boy FOUND An Odd Fellow Identi fication Badge silver plated which the owner can get by paying for this notice and describing badge The number is 34800 FOB SALE I have for sals one of the nicest best improved small farms in Clark County situated in the Becknerville neighborhood on the y Boopesborough and Athens pike and contains 74 ACRES OF GOOD LAND has a large nice dwelling with 10 rooms and beautifully lo Jcated Has barns enough to house Ji 15 acres of tobacco or to stall 50 head of horses Must be seen to ii be appreciated LSO TRACT No2 adjoining the above containing 05 acres and has on itacottagehquse and a 0 acre tobacco barn Call at the home or adiressflL C Piac AthensKy v 1 IJj I MAGAZINE f READERS I 8UH SET KAOAZIiacb- auitiIunyilIiutz tcdB 4itoriei 0 n adaiiei about CaLfcrei sad I 5 ill the Fat WstaTrC- AMXKA CRAP deed da moats to tIa arr tistie teprsductio1 tha bat SIworkof amateur and profauoul a fit photogriphm Pw a WOD 81I ROAD OF A THGV0AVD N a book of 75 pap aoataiaiag J L- II120colored photo aphs of 1075 0 picturesque I U Ccliloraia 1 UdOrp1r Total 335 All for 50 Address aU orders to SUNSET MAGAZINE Flood BuildingSan Ft neico r 0 ru t y j 1I n THE I1PALDInt- urad nt t1a Unul t rcan 1ot- a IQ once tts eueond ctn ntnttar SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY Sept 5 1107 ANNOUNCEMENTS are authorized to announce OYERWeP Dyer as a canditlat for the office of Jailer of Wolfe Gounty5ub ject to the action of the Democratic- ty par The Mountain Eap1etj The Mountain Eaglea Republican paper is the latest cnndidate for public favor in newspaperdi It is published at Whitesbu Letcher county and we note with pleasure that our whilom friend ItSpence McAfee the globe trotter I is announced as publisher and l this will insure its typographical appearance to be uptodate The editor is N W Webb and he thus compliments his publisher The Eagle was lucky in securing G S McAfee ye oldtime prm ter who geta out our initial number He has years of experience as a printer He says his alma mater in the printing business is Nicholasville Ky he having work ed on the Jessamine Journal on its initial number 30 years ago He has traveled much which adds much to his store of general infor mation in the printing business having worked on the Arizona Kicker the Johnson County Ten Warhoop the Bay City Mich Growler and rushed the growls and other papers of note He knows a p from a q when he meets one in the road Should Be In Every Home Thelocal newspaper should be found in every home ochidren should grow up ignorant who can be taught to appreciate the home paper It is said to be the stepping stone of intelligence in all those matters not to be found in books Give your children a for t eign paper which contains not a word about any person place or thing which they saw or pe haps ever heard of and how could you fA expect thein i utce interests But let them have the home piper and read of people whom they meet and of the places whir they are familiar and soon an it Ftarestis awakeued which increase with the arrival of the local pt per Thus a habit of reading i r is tfr t formed and these children will read the papers all their lives and become intelligent men and worn en a credit to their ancestors strong in the knowledge of the world as it is today 1 f Deafness Cannot Be Cured Lttby lo applications as they can not reach the diseased portion of tho ear There is only one way to 1 cure deafness and that is by con stitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition or the mucous lining of the Eustach ian Tube When this tube gets in flamed you have a rumbling sound t or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed deafness is the x result and unless the inflam mation can be taken out and this tub restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of teri are caused by catarrh which ds nothing but an Isolamed condi Ition of the mucoursurfaces 1 AN We will glveA1oo for any case oJ deafness caused by catarrh l that can not be cured by Halls Catahb Quve Send for circulars free F J CHENEY Co 4Toledo 0 old by druggists 76c L Take Halls Family Pills for constipatiouA i Subscribe fo THE HERALD I1 i1J r if Public Speaking lIon S W linger Democrat candidate for Governor mid lion J K Uendricks Democratic cnll didnte for Attorney General wi- 1lIlk ra follows Hazel Greet01 Xrailiiy SupttmlerP Cainpto Tuetidiy September 10 Mr linger is a mountain tun n having bten born and raised ill MngolHn county and is in symp thv with the interests of the mountain people Mr Heudrieks is one of the nlilcst lawyers and most forcef tspeakers in the State This is the first opportunity the people of the mountains have ever had to elect a mountain man as Chief Executive of the State So come nud bring your neigbors and friend ann let us tender our neighbor arousing reception Ladies cordially invited to attend Speaking at 180 p m Lost and Found Lost between 0 80 p m yesterday and noon today a bilious a- ack iwith nausea and sick heac iohd1IThie loss was occasioned by indingtlt one of Wolfe County leading dealers a box of Pr King few Life Skills thb guarantee cure for biliousness 1 malaria and jaundice 25p Cashier Knight and wife h have been visiting in the bluegrae for a month returned home Friday and brought yo editor a sample of Henry county tobacco ruled by Col Tom Hancock of Pleas irville O4STODXABean theThe Kind You Han Always Bra tier Signature rt lOMMISSIONERS NOTiCE 0 Wolfe Circuit Court Kentucky 1 OOAN LINDON Administrator FItf against Equity ELIZABETH MILLER c Defendants Notice is hereby given to the Creditor oft Joseph Miller deceased that the un dersj ned Commissioner of the Wolfe ircuit Court under an order in the above styled cause will attend at the ircuit Court Clerks office in Campton from the 12th day of Sept 1907 until the 14th day of September 1907 to re ceivl and hear proof of claims against said Decedent and that all claims cot presented to him and proven ns required br law within the time specified above will be forever barred- C C FULKS M 0 W C C A PROMPT EFFECTIVE REMEDY FOR LLFORM- SOPRHEUMATISM Lirmbars S faflca Msural la- KdItsAr Trouble wtaf ICIttfIHfI GIVES QUICK RELIEF Applied externally it affords almost instant relief from pain while permanent results are being effected by taking it internally purifying the blood dissolving the poisonous substance and removing it from the system DR 8 D BLAND Of Brewton Gevi writes I had been a sufferer for a number ot yean wltbLumpgoaadlthumsUmInmarmasadla father Iron medical norkiaod alao conralttd with anumber oftht best pb tclani but touts notklnir that gars the Hr obtafasd from tDROPS 1 MII prescribe It In mfpncUoe COT fhumLUm sad kladred dlus DR C L GATES nanoo kUlnnwrlUA little 1rlherebad inch a weekbeettamed by Rheumatism and Kidney Trouble that thi could not eland on her reet The moment they put her down on tbs aoorh woulderam wtth I pain I treated her with e DKOrsaod today ehe rune around a well Lad bsppr at ova bat I I pretortbeMBDROP8 for my ta sad ua SA m7 praoIi FREEIfLumbago Sciatica Neuralgia Kidney Trouble or any kindred disease write to ns for a trial bottle of SDROPS PURELY VEGETABLE i IDROPS Is entirely free from opium cocaine morphine alcohol laudanum and other similar Ingredients Large MM nut + DnOPI IOODee 100 r r9albyDrsssltaWA- RSOIIRMEIMAT10 CURE COMPAMY0 P rt4a T4L karetOkiaee A I lessI singers phrase a song over over J chine for instruction and amusement are endless and best equipped Talkingachievements the largestthe latestThi Graphophone represents one will surprise and delight the most exacting A the world Therefore its reproductionIndustry HornDetachableBell and Brass listener The equipment consists Flower Horn with largo amplifying Connection Detachable Horn Supporting Arm Aluminum Swinging Arm Au Adjustible Speed Screw Noiseless and perfectly Natural Tone Sound Box etc Oil tempered bearings that will last lifetime Indestructable oak cabinetIncased handsomely finished quartered See and hear this wonderful instrument and learn how easily you can 500 Cash Purchases One Machine each home a ROSE SONSI E1I zE GREEN Gov Hagers Appointments Louisa September 2 j Pikevil September 3 Prestonsburg SIP 4 j Paintsville Sept 5 j Salye 8 ville Sept 6 West Liberty Sept 7 Hazel Green September 9 Campton Sept 10 Jeff Rose of Lacy Creek on day this week sold four yenrling steers Henry Murphy May town for 10000 Tom Williams near town received a telegram yesterday Sept 4 from Parker Kansas announ iug the death his sister Miss Belle Williams that place i The Fall Term the Hnzel Green Academy opens next Tuesday September 10 ROSE S 8AMFL ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and CounselorsatLa CAMPTON KY This firm will practice in the Courts of Wolfe and adjacent counties Special itention given to Corporation Law and Real Estate Litigation Offices Second Floor Farmers and radtrs Bank T InO efliiaik WINCHESTER KY N H WCTHERSPOON President I Paid Capital I 810000000 Undivided frosts I 11008000 llnndiome Dcpoilt of gtfottr i i i 50000000 This bank solicits accounts of merchants farmers traders and bus mess generaUythrougho t Eat offers Its custom S ern ers every facility andi mot liberal B terms within the limits of legitimate banklnlloct2ly CECIL BROS AGENTS FOR KERRS PERFECTION rivi YC SAGE Is CUARNTEEDA- ND PRICS RIGHT Itsp to YOU Remember Its Free See It Read Our Offer Natural Tml Talkill I SingingAMuchieM1t a FREE7 v = I Isideto of of Machine in of constructedmotor a to a 0Freeto IMC iv M to of of of of of OE T all Up the men the i 1 Ladies Dress Goods In Fancy and Fashionable Patterns Hamburg Laces as fine + ai looms can make j GENTS FURNISHING GOODS in eluding ties shirts collars suspenders etc j Prints of the latesftxf design and Domestics bleached and unbleached a line of Rug including Brussells and ingrain weaves Oils Paiuts DrugajGJasB Putty Stoves Tinware Crockery o CLOT W5 SHOES HATS CAPSi- n ondless variety i4great quantity so low in price you will be bound to buyrSDid we hear somebody say GROCERIES 9 Well wevet Rbetarjt dmantled goods of every kindAp ricots Peaches Peas Tomatoes Corn Sweet raters and But pshawI Como and see Respectfully- KASH SAMPLE Z IhA IftoIi ir 00 More Than 25000 in Prizes I A State Fair ribbon has the backlog ol the Commonwealth 01 Kentucky Ite a trophy with a bit value aside Inm the msaey that accompanies it Lowest Rates by Rail and River I Iio You Just Cant Afford to Miss It IICorns and bring all the folks and the attendance will be swelled to the much desired tlgora s quarter million In six great See oar new grounds sad sew buildings costing = tiaraIIend concrete trend stand mammoth exhibition bacaa ting trick In the world I Trotting Pacing Running Races Daily I s An amusement program tanning way Into thousands tl c1tUa united with an exhibition plan never before attempted f SEPT162U907 tk el I LOUISVILLEII Ctpl Knabensbaa In his passenfer carrjin airship tba marvel ol the century witli dally lights and exhibitions and a night ride In the altguided by a searchUfhtl Balloon racet41tJ moat exciting 01 aerial sports and a captive billooniSenlltlonllacrob3Uc aria tree each day I And the worlla greatsjf living color page ol amusement enter pri ta lemons Manhattan Belch lire works and the giganticcpyrotechnic spectacle Eruption 01 Vesuvius actual reproduction ohhe aweinspiring calamity of 1916 given nightly la the Inlleld U treat ol the grand stand Three concerts dally by Natlello and his premier band of filly artists tram the Land of Music Remember the Kentucky State fair was createdby the Legislature and la glvca wider the auspices ol the kenlucky StateIBoard el Agrlraltnro r I Write lor atalsgw end Ulostraied descriptive book 11A Eo HUGHES Secretary LeilsvlUe 1- t I t I J e- k t- l J1 I IiI fj For thei j Childrenf To succeed these days you must have plenty of grit cour age strength How is it with the children P Are they thin pale delicate P Do not forget Ayers Sarsaparilla You know it makes the blood pure and rich and builds up the general health in every way The children cannot poulblr have Rood nealth unleu the bowels are In proper condi Lion AiluggUh aetIcoated tongue bad breath I Correct all ArersFullAy Co Low U HIM atu nrs of AKa4ebyJO fAIR VIGOR AGUE CURl CHEW PECTORAL J Send us your job work I The Sun Bros circus showed at Cannel City last Saturday to about 4000 people Miss Maggie Rose of Laoy creek is visiting relatives on Grassy the Cecils Roses etc John S Pieratt sold to Ben Dykes a pair of horse mules and wagon harness for 86000 Read the ad 0 M Rose d Co the furniture dealers in this pa per Auction sale Sept 21 Miss Nellie Evans of our town t visited Miss Little above Days boro from Friday until Tuesday LosTA silver watch Elgin works plated chain Finder will get reward by bringing to this of fice John Gibbs an enterprising young man has opened up a new tore near Grassy Lick schoolll- libuse Oes it s Z amot XaBurs tllsThe Kind You Hate jsBo3Ett Signature t cf tc lwLG Mrs Clara Ewen of Heleohawa spent last week with her mother J Mrs Smith of this place who hast anite ill jt Coon presented us with an 00 g d pencil a few days ago a dif yon want one Cecil Bros your44he family of Mr Bohanan will aye to Rittenhouse Ranch at an 1 rly date to keep said hotel for mmer boarders 4111 Wilson done some painting if E 0 Gevedon and J B jon Grassy creek last week l CitylJlrB M 0 Carter of this place j w d to the home of her fath t a hio last week to which e immediately started ing to a tush of other work e compelled Jo print our pa 4 t Wednesday instead of Thurs day and hope it is satisfactory The news from Carl Mize who is still at Newport continues to be 01 couraging and his many friends h pe to see him up and about soon LMrs Albert Dye and daughter Miss Arta attended the Higgins Funerals at the old Higgins graveyard in Menifee County Sunday Rev H J Derthiok will preach at the Christian church Sunday morning and night Everybody invited to come out and attend servicesby J T Dr A 0 Nickell returned Tues If Say evening from a tour of Madison and other counties in that ter ritory But we are not informed as to his intention P1 r I I Have Returned Home Mr and Mrs W T Cnskey who have been visiting friends and relatives in Ohioi Illinois Missouri and Iowa for three months returned home Wednesday of last Mr Cnskeya sister Mrs sisIterand J Miles Murphy of Iowa ac companied them homo to visit rel atives and friends in this vicinity And parenthetically wo arise to observe that the two ladies in question might entertain a matri monial proposition Mind we dont say they are on the market to capture a man but if the right man should propose to either he would probably secure a valuable helpmate for life and find her a joy forever Faint heart remem ber never won fair lady A Humane Appeal RicjimondIndMain Sty says I appeal to all persons with weak lungs to take- Dr Kings New Discovery the on ly remedy that has helped me and fully comes up to the proprietors reccommendation It saves more lives than all other throat and lung remedies put together Used as a cough and cold cure the world over Cures asthma bronchitis quinsyhoarseness stopshemorrhages builds them up Guaranteed by all the leading dealers of Wolfe County 501 and 100 Trial bottle free Just SoNever Get Mad A subscriber once received a dun through the postoffice and it made hifmadBewent tcihe editor about iL and the editor showed him afew duns of his ow- none for aper one for type and one for Jfuelv and several others Now 1athe editor I didnt get mad w1 nthese came because I knt V hat all I had to do was to otitfandthen When the subscriber saw how it was he relented paid up and renewed for another year Health in the Canal Zone The high wages paid makes it a mighty temptation to our young artisiansto join the force of skill ed workmen needed to construct the Panama Canal Many are re strained however by the fear of fe vers and malaria It is the know ing onesthose who have used Electric Bitters who go there with out this fear well knowing that they are safe from malarious in fluence with Electric Bitters on hand Cures blood poison too biliousness weakness and all stom ach liver and kidney troubles Guaranteed by all leading dealers of Wolfe County 50p No We Never Did Yesterday we were asked if weaver saw a baldheaded woman We answered No we never did nor did we ever see a woman waltzing around town in her shirt sleeves with a cigar between her teethand running into every saloon she saw We have never seen a woman go fishing with a bottle in her pocket sit on the damp ground all day and come home drunk at night Nor have we ever seen a woman yank off her coat and say she could lick any man in town God bless her shes not built that way Speaking on the 9th Now Hes Rich IIffdidnt bavo a dollar ho didnt have a lime His clothes and shoes were looking just a3 though theyd served their time He didnt try to kill himself to dodge misfor tunes whacks Instead ho got j some ashes and filled five dozen sucks Then next he bets da1 dollar In the paper in the morn he advertised tin polish that would put the sun to scorn He kept on advertising and just now suffice to say hes out in California at his cottage on the bay A Wise Girl A modern dude with narrow striped clothes saddle colored shoes a loud necktie hair parted over his nose and smoking a cigar ette addressed his best girl thus If you was me and I was you what would you do She hesitat ingly said with a smileII would take off that hideous tie put that cigarette in the stove part my hair on the side then pray to God for brains Cure Blood Skin DlicmiM Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free dlleaaedlhotpoison cancer carbuncles eating sore eerofula eczema Itching rising and bump cabby pimply akin bone pain catarrh rheumatism or any blood or akin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all gores heal aches and pains stop and the blood U made pure and rich Druggists or amplefreeCofAtlaDtaGaI chronic deepseated cases as it cure after all else fails Snows His Biz t Charley Rose recently bought a bunch of cattle which are the best ever driven from the moun tains according to the opinion of cattle buyers Charley has a nack of trading which is probably he reditary and usually gets the best going But in this case he outdid himself The cattle will be at the Mt Sterling market The Touch That Heals- is the touch of Bucklens Arnica Salve Its the happiest combina tion of Arnica flowers and healing balsams ever compounded N o matter how old the sore or ulcer is this salve will sure cure it For burns scalds cuts wounds or piles its an absolute cure Guaranteed by all leading dealers of Wolfe County 25f Married at the homo of brides parents on Lacy Creek Mr and Mrs G B Robinson Monroe La oy and Miss Maggie Robinson on Tuesday Sept 8rd Rev James M Little officiating CASTORIAlorI The Kind You Have Always Bought fBears the- giatustura fof John Cecil one day last week sold his farm on the Murphy fork of Grassy the Mase Ingram place to John Noble for 2500 and re serves all the timber Then John Noble sold the Henry Pieratt farm to Ben Murphy for 1900 Miss Jane Little of near Days boro found the coat advertised by Ellis Oldfield and received the re ward of 150 he offered which she in turn sent to THE HERALD for subscription Hager speaks at Hazel Green on September 9 speaking at 1 p m +000000000000000000000 The effect of malaria lasts a long time I You catch cold easily or become run down because of the after effects of malaria ieL Strengthen yourself with cortV jjEmulslon blood and tones up your nervous ALL DRUGGISTS BOo AND SIOO 10000 ooo0 i i rjJ 1 fJillr2l U l TTTiJTi- l 1 1 0 i I 4STORA rSlmilatt IC Ppari As lg IhcFoodQndRc iula- III tin the Stomac sQndBowelsor Promotes DigestionCheerrul ness and RestContains neither 0piumMorpliine norMineraL NOlJ NARCOTIC AeKilec G i sN llmuflR- RtrL l Stad- noivse 1hr4srr forConsUpanon Worms ConvulsioasFevcrislr ness ndLoss OF SLEEP FACsimile signature of NEWYORK VI b noull v Posts Jj IMS EXACT COpy 0 WRAPPeR t e j While in the of health and your best 4 you should have your picture made I have the only gallery east of Mt fitted with a and am S I to make IN ANY STYLE OF FINISH that is known to the aud in sizes from 1x2 to 5x7 inches Every f thing I turn out is in both material and x ship and having rendered to all my past patrons I am that Ican do so with all future A g f trial will convince you better thau a column of talk fTl make pictures of Family Groups and and will answer J all calls to the country Gallery on State Hazel Green Ky f Call and see samples and learn prices LACY j S Jx xSxS S 34 3 H F E F CECIL a pit DERECTORS I ft THE And His Wite Printed in the Interest of the New This is the only magazine of Its kind published in Kentucky In it will be found the ideas and opinions of the best people in the State The cream of Ken tucky literature will find its way to the columns of the COLONEL The tone is always optomlstic pleasant and uplift- Ing If you are a you cant afford to do without the COLONEL and His WIFE Features of the September number J C W Beckham and his fight for a New E Wilson A character sketch The Farmers Fight against Monopoly in Kentucky James N Kehoe Religion In the Kentucky Mountains R D Neal Preemptlon Humorous H Pepper Tbe iFuture of the Kentucky noyH K of the Golden Clrcltt The new magazine is receiving the atten tlon of literary people over the entire State and from present indications it wilt have a very large circulation- It will be profusely illustrated contain 52 pages make its appearance monthly and will be sent to any address fur 60 cents a yearWe are pleased to state that we have made clubbn with the publishers of the KENTUCKY COLONEL so that we can iurnuh It with THE HERALD one year 8125 Send your to this CflrII and do it now so you won t a copy JO R JCASTORIA For Infants and I rri The Always Bought the Signature oft IIn Use Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA TMs OTAU OOYMNI NW YOOR om Pieserce tie Sow ere Sittuce Fanes looking Sterling skylight prepared art workman satisfaction confident customers newspaper Dwellings Street ELLSWORTH PIERATT President VicePresnt MARION KNIGHT Cashier AttorneyIStapttat gttoch Iii iisiL iiili At PIERATTII ad KENTUCKY COLONEL Beautiful Kentucky Germantown Kentuckian KentuckyAugustus allegoryW TaylorKnights arsangemente subscription Children Kind You Have Bears For enjoyment PHOTOGRAPHS guaranteed 8m BI O UNDERTAKERHAZEL myhopany style to order and on the moat reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse aud will attend all burials when so requested Public patronage is respectfully solicited 25tf GEO RICE THE SOll1ftOIrn Railwag Offers very low Round Trip HOMESEEKERSRa ARKANSAS INDIAN TERRI i TORY LOUISIANA OKLAHOMA AIAND TEXAS Tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays of each month Apply to any Southern Railway Agent or write R A COOK D P ABS YENT T P A- TutViIle Ky iitf 0- t11 THE HERALD I I SPECIAL PROGRAMS d Are Arranged For Every Day and NightII AT THE KENTUCKY STATE fAIR There Will Be Something Doing All the TimeInteresting and i Instructive FeaturesII Arc you a citizen of Kentucky a member of any fraternal organization la school child a citizen of Southern Indiana a German American an Irish American a laborer an editor or a militiaman If so you are specially provided for In the list of special nights and special days arranged in the program of the Kentucky State lair to be held in LouisviIlo Sept 16 to 21 It you are not to bencluded In any of these classes you will be taken care of on Everybodys Day The State Fair management has ar ranged most interesting special days and special nights These are enum erated as followsSPECIAL DAYS COI W W KITE President Louisville Board of Trade f General Chairman r MONCAT Sro 1 18 SCHOOL CHIL DRENS DAY r C D Nordeman Member Loulsvlll School Board Chairman TUESDAY 17FRATERNALDAYi d RB Brown President Louisville Com 1IJt rclal Club Chairman WEDNESDAY SEPT 18 LOUISVILLE DAY ceo G Fetter Director Louisville Board of Trade Chairman THURSDAY SEPT 19KENTUCKY DAY- s Lew D Brown of Harrodsbunr President Kentucky Press Association Chairman FRIDAY SEPT 20 SOUTHERN 1NDI ANA DAY Adam UelmberKer President New Al ba y Commercial Club Chairman SATURDAY SEPT EVERYBODYS DAY- Everybody Chairman SPECIAL NIGHTS d V BECKMANN Manager Retail Merchants Association General Chairman MONDAY SEPT 16GERMAN AMERICAN NIGHT 7 W Kelsker Chairman TUESDAY SEPT 17 IRISHAMERI CAN NIGHT Thom McCabe Chairman WEDNESDAY SEPT 18 LABOR NIGHT t John Young President Louisville Federation of Labor Chairman THURSDAY SEPT 19 PRESS NIGHT Young E Allison Chairman FRIDAY SEPT 20 MILITARY NIGHT 1Col W B Haldeman Colonel Command Ing First Kentucky Regiment Chairman SATURDAY SEPT 2IFAREWELL NIGHT Smith T Bailey Chairman Of all of these Kentucky Day is ex Xttcted to be the banner one of the eat State Fair week Mr Brown t OB President of the Kentucky Press Autiociatlon has named as his asso dates on the Kentucky Day Commit t tie many of the States most proml t nent newspaper men This commit tee will arrange several big excur I aloes to be run into Louisville on that say On the night of Kentucky Day special attention Is to be given to the editors as the name of the night In dicates Colonel Young E Allison thnn whom there is no better known editor in the state is chairman i f iIi Press Night and will see that mem p bers of the tripod are handled in a t way that will make their visit an r oasis in the desert of pencU pushing lifeOne h of the most beautiful sights of r the Fair will be that of ten thousand school children waving flags on the ffh grand stand the opening day A spe cial rate of ten cents for admission t objldrenikOn Fraternal Day lodges and sod etles of every character will have an inning A big tent is to be provided for all organizations taking part and here visitors may be received wel comed and registered Col Brown is planning some Interesting dillls by uniform ranks of different organlza I nlions Mr Helmberger is calling upon tile commercial organizations of Southern Indiana as well as the editors of thatI i section to make Southern Indiana Day one that will be a credit to that progressive section i The GermanAmerlcans and Irish Americans will fittingly celebrate on Itpo two special nights named In their honorv while Wednesday evenIng will give to the laboring element an ex ticellent chance to show its strength f j There will be no night however more attractive than that given over BO military It Is plan ned to havo an exhibition drilll and 1 dress parade onthe track in front Itv of the grand stlind on that evening 1 r The glare of th arc lights And th Lk1 1 lJ t- I rAt- I the Waist glow of the incandescenf upon bayonets epaulets and buttons will pre sent a most attractive picture Everybodys Day is for everybody who could not come on any other day as well as for everybody who has come on every other day It will have an excellent finale in the evening when Chairman Bailey has planned a gorgeous program The avenue both sides of which are to be lived with amusements sO cured for the State Fair has been dubbed The Stretch It will have the biggest and best amusement fea tures of the year the first under the wirea S3UND TrtiF FOR HALF FARE Railroads Announce the Lowest Rates For Kentucky State Fair With seventeen big exhibition departments amusement features that are the best in the country music that cannot be excelled and a speed program worthy of special mention the State Fair at Louisville Sept 16th to 21st should be the largest attended gathering in the history of Kentucky The only one thing needed to make the condition ideal was low railroad rates and this has now been fixed The railroads in Kentucky have announced a rate of one fare plus twentyfire cents for the round trip tickets going on sale the Saturday before Fair week and good returning the Monday following Fair week Tickets in Indi ana will be sold on the Kentucky basis of one and a third fares inasmuch as the regular rate in Indiana is two cents a mile- CAPTIVE BALLOON ENGAGED To be strictly up to date and cater to the minds of all the Kentucky State Fair management has not only concluded negotiations for a passen gercarrying airship and balloon races during the week of Sept 16th at Louisville but has contracted for a captive balloon which Is to carry pas sengers in the air every ten minutes This was one of the sensations of the St Louis Exposition and will un doubtedly prove a good drawing card at State Fair the week of Sept 16 For the first time in the history lit a State Fair In Kentucky a handsome award Is to be made to the county whose exhibitors receive the largest number of ribbons This is to be n the nature of a sterling silver plate handsomely engraved valued at 1200 It Is to be placed for three months after the Fair In the custody of the judge of the county which receives it Later it is to be hung on the walls of the old capItol and ultimately ID a room in the new capitol OASXOerABean Have Always Bought orthedhU Itfl The Lexington Herald announces a cam paign offer ot 100 from August lit to No vember ilStli or for 150 to January III The Herald will pay special attention to news of the campaign In Kentucky and the country at large In addition to this it corers the news oj Central Kentuckyas does no other paper It is an unexceptional opportunity to get a high class paper This office will receive subscriptions at thIs price or will furnish the Lexington Herald and this paper for18- 5DR C H WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Offers his profeitlonal services to the citizens of Hazel Green and surrounding coun try nnd will answer all calls of affliction Office at his residence adjoining Hazel Green Bank Tfio BlUegrass Nurserins LEXINGTON KY Offer for tthe Spring of 1007 a largo line of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Grape Vines i Asparagus Shrubs Ithubarb andt Small Fruits We have no agents Strawberr and general catalogues on application to ONeSi Pains at the waist back front or side are nearly sure proof of female trouble Some other signs are headache pressing down pains irregular functions restless ness cold limbs nervousness etc These pains may be allayed the system braced and the womanly functions regulated by the use of u Wine of CarduiMrs Annie Hamilton of Stetsonville Wis writes Cardui saved me from the grave after three 3 doctors had failed to help me It is a good medicine and I recommend it to all suffering women For sale at all druggists in 1 bottles MedlcilAdWKIICt Ladles Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Teaa17 Have you received an appointment to the FALL TERM of The State Normal If not see your County Superintendent at once about it The Institution stands for the teachers and pupils of Kentuskys rural schools flflt you have not seen the new catalog write a postal card- retnestfor one today Address t R N ROARK President if Richmond Ky MillinoruThe and surrounding com munity are invited to call and see our new SPRING SUMMER Line of- Everything 1iiL iii tnew and uptodate rrfrrv TRIMMED HATS readytowear Hat Frames Flowers Ribbons etc Millinery Materials of all kinds We carry a complete line of ladies wear Silk dress patterns Waists Embroideries Laces Hosiery Gloves Summer Underwear ect Call and see before buying else where Respectfully CECILLONG MILLINERY QRS C M air YT CENTER PHYSICIANS SURGEONS HAZEL QUEEN 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 Buggies I Buggies I The citizens of Hazel Green and this vicinity are herewith informed that they can now buy firstclass buggies at home 1 am prepared to furnish the best made and at reasonable prices I dont han die anything but first class buggies and those who want cheap claptraps will have to go elsewhere 1 Remember if you want a FIRST CLASS BUGGY one that will give canysupply you Call and see me at my shop in Hazel Green Respectfully JOHN H ROSE DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE OBlBtPyrI ppot1l1 e Dry Goods Notions Shoes c are now receiving a handsome line of SPRING and SUMMER GOODS including Dress Goods Dry Goods Batise Lawns Calicoes Domestics c to whichff your attention is directed while the stock is new and fresh Hazel Green Academy Fall Term Opens Sept 10 1907 Indications now foretell the largest attendance in the history of the school for the Fall Term The COURSES OF STUDY have been revised so as to afford the best advantages possible for young men and women who desire to better prepare themselves for teaching or wish to prepare for the STATE CERTIFICATE the STATE DIPLOMA- t Thtf ACADEMIC COURSE well equips the student for the SOPHIICollegeThVlTaoalty of Eight Teachers Careful attention is given to each student 1TUITION IS FREE GENERAL EXPENSESFall Term of 14 weeks 500 j Winter Term of 11 weeks 500 Spring Term of 11 weeks 500 Board with Heat and Light 200 per week Furnished Rooms Frcje j Write for Catalogues g 1i Mt 0 CARTER SecyTreast H J DERTHICK Pr- incipalAVITONI 110M I r t I t- At Oq Saturdoy jiept i our FurnIture Emporlumff 4 Hazel Green we will offer at p lie Outcry to highest and best4 der a lot of Household Kitchen Burn iincluding Bed Room sets Dresser Stands Stand Tables Dining Room Tables Dining Room Chairs Fdlding Beds and a varied assortment of Wood and Iron Bedsteads COO ing and Heating Stoves c c J Everything goes and the salIbegins at 10 Oclocka m Terms made known day of sale CI M ROSE tI 00 Furniture Dealersyj Je H Pieratt Au tloneerlBest Printing at This Printery 1 I I 4 4 I I