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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i HERALDOauaoua the Story of Jonathan and Ills Continent by Max ORell =TT = O TWENTYTHIRD YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1907 NUMBERED BPENCEH Owner and eiit8orThe Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 1 75 Cents a Year Lexington and Eastern laYj I I Time Table in Effect NOT 18 190 1 WEST BOUND I n Nol = 101 lIynlJ11111l1nl1ayny AMArrl C 1 10am OJncksun O1 S 15pm OK Junction t 7 07 am 20 BeattyveJc 2u 1jmi 7 SO am 40 Torrent II 11 pro 1 Im74hmI 1 8 linm 57ili Stanton 57 4 2ti ii pm900amI 9 12 am 90 Winchester 90 f 20 0 55 am l U4 LexlnBton94 0 0 pm EAST BOUND i No2 = IE No 4 wily u STATIONS Daily unday Sunday lLve I 1AM L pm 07 35 a01I 1 pm Lexlngton1 20 8 13 a- J pm 8 26 pm J pm 40 40 9 02 am 0 pm 44Stanton44 910am tO pm Campton Juntn i 9 38 pm 45 pm 57 Nat Bridge 57 9 43 at n 57 pm 62 Torrent 62 90 s i Id pm 70 BeattyveJc 70110 17 amI u 10 pm 90 OKJuncn 90111 15 amI C 15 pm 941 Jackson l94il 20 am CONNECTIONS- L E JuNCT10NTrulns Nos 12 n 3 will make connection with the C 011 i mi3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Centrali CamptonY Nos J t and 4 will make connection at Beattyvi pa88tngersofIf 8jcsnnectfl r torI W A MCDOWELL Gener n r AgerI it OHIO KENTUCKY RAILWAY r I TIME TABLE MAY 21 905 tV EST BOUND VNo 33 Z Sio el i D41IYJ1xunnay Ann 0 Pft 2i JUl r 20 6 Cannel City 22 151t 55 llHelechawa 20 19 pJ 45 13Lee City 1 05 ii52 6 44201201Hampton10 o 1 15 00 i tVl 1 G- Sa EAST B YNDI34 t exSTATIONSdI afsof t I JIlelecbawa PMLVE 17Lee23Hampton 51K r 25Jackson i connrctloltlonMington and Eastern M L I Superintend MURPHY ji1YLER IN 9 WOREtA K1 izens in anfarGund He leslid beeil lli goods ever seen in tlnn at t IB A big ound ir spent wi i will brit you re in return I would any ere entry produce dndrallroad ties for gouda and your ttexcbangfl you save solicited will never Until know r rnKILLTHIAND CURE THE LUNGS KingsHeir f 15 t PrlcFOR= 100 OLDS Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for atLEB IsI16are Married TLe marriage of Miss Ant Jfnrnt of Breathitt county and Cj 15 Amxy of Chnnute Kits which took place lust Friday at fj5 jo oclock in the parlors of t- rr heto Phoenix Hotel the Roy Preston ellhnil1n11IIItim oft romantic courtshipI for ten genre Wnilf Mr Amyx is perrm1 IIeIIft Hazel Pnmniless lad to make his fortune and then claim his bride Frr m K in4ndt in Chanute that his opportnn firstmof I Chanute noel favored by i c luck hsoon counted his thous sands in two figures motherIprevented the marriage from tak ing place sooner but as Mr A Y duringyatters at the finish and w henA Mrs Hurst recovered sufficiently weddingile for cityersMiss Hurst accompanied by her Mrs W A Hamilton ar rived here ThurBdoy + rnghtT rowing to Nra Hamiltons nervousness and her dislike to reo maining in the hotel alone b Amyx cod turedly agreed to postpone the wedding eves after he had eec red the license lIe- d I mod his good ant gain yesterday by consorting have the ceremony performed at the early hour of 0 oclock in order that Mrs Hamilton could ratewtrain to Breathitt county The couplo spont yesterday tre city and left last night foris New York to spend their honeymoon in the Enst Miss Hurst is HursttBreathitt county and a cousin to Mrs James B Marcum Mr Amyx is n brother inlaw to Sewell Combs of Richmond who is a relative of Mayor cityLexiugton CanY7p uantfor the Mt Sterling market w head of as nice cattle as ever ft this terri Some of them extra yJJoe Stantof Mt Sterli- come in Sunday and will spend ome time visiting his brother Dr J H Stamper of this pl South Stamper of Sellers 110 SiLE I have for sab one of the nicestt blarkb lecknerville neighborhood on the pidkA DI a has a large nice with 10 rooms and beautifully I rated Has barns enough to housn aqrps of tobacco or to stall IebeIIe ALSO TIIAOT No2 ii ii- I containingacreAUY OS CBallD0 ad rLC PIGO Athens I ytvI I Ij A Card To the Votes of Wolfe County Having been solicited by Demo precise1eof the county to make the race for Sheriff for the next term I take this method of announcing myself a candidate for said stiles stlhject the willund action of the Dem l ocrati primary to bo held son time in IDOS This is the lit 1it time that I have ever auuonncN j af n fiindidnte for anynlice hut ever since I becanif twentyDue inus1 tht ranks of the party fighting for the success of the principles of t party which ore dear to the hea of every true Democrat and when enthe nominees have been selected by the party I have spent both iii time and money in securing the edelection ask cotqtyn nominated and elected I will de atvote my time and attention to th H ticdoor of said office will be open dur daytocome to said office Solicitiugyo- support and with best wiehesf r re7Xsuccesthe JIITH- ueh man uamed Pease of Indian apolis was here Monday to look over the ground and bid on the building of the Boys Dormitory for the school It will be of reinforced concreteGbutMies Catherine Cecil returned this week from visiting her brother itHenry Cecil of Morefield H sister Miss Myrtle who was alt visiting with ilea will not rats ter Jtn between Public Squareod Consolntiou 100 reward if left at this office j ith F J Stamper inMrs Dr Wells of RPyualdsv llIe visiting J M Nickell and tvi accompanied by her little so Ernest and two daughters OAIS TORYA1 BeUl the HaKIndYcuHmB Wwr Bigfi of8leaatnre Jltg Tommie Daniel accompanied by Lula Belle and Stella Manker of West Liberty cnme in Sunday with Ellwood Daniel OverWork Weakens Kidneyiths Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood througbyourl jjvji The kidneys are ye urlugt blood Purifiers they fil wastenHg ysf7lI orIImpurities in the blood H they are sick ore of order they fall to o V their work Pains achesandrheu acematism come from ex cess of uric acid In thet neglectkidneyKidney trouble causes quick or unsteady thougntheykidneypoisoned arteriesIturinarytroublesnow modern science proves that nee beginJlnFI inke mildItoo extraordinary effect of Dr Kllmers fs remedyIOwonderful ores of the most distressing ca fivA4JUdruggists flfty and on dollar siz t9fi g t You rry have a I mall Itoid iI out If you have kidney or bladder trouble YtseMention this paper when writing Dr Kiln maKe any mistake bnl rememberui KUmlrS II BpgsT3 J i Y on every rotie le CAMPTON CURRENCY Monday Circuit Court beginsat 1 this place next I l E T Hose went to Frenclibtirg Frii day on busine returning Saturday G B Sturgill an attorney of Salyers i BUienight j dIIiothe Democratic speaking and rail at Hazel Green today Ms e+ Sallie and Minnie Hurst have afterrLj a j Quite a large crowd of our citizens at I i tended the Baptist footwashing and SundayitS8 Combs and Miles ToUon came 1np from Richmond Thursday to attend policeay Ransom McQuinn began teaching the Tar Ridge school thin morning same having been given up by Miss Bessie Stamper on account of ill health ttralias Nettie Hurst one of the teachers iii the academy at this place was callato the bedside of her mother who quite ill at their home in Millersburg J H Stamper accompanied by his daughter Miss Bessie who for the 1 last two weeks has been quite III with fever at this place to her home at 1Vincbeat this morning John H Morgan of Lexington Preei dent of the John H Morgan Oil and as Company was in town Friday and Saturday looking after his mineral inter seta at this place Among the outoftown attorneys wboI in town last week we noticed A WhitrI e eji T C Johns aji John Tester Stillwater fall Sal J and Mem gton JulI1 and Kerr of JuCo Mrs W G Haliey wife of our e Iliri orcleat jailer died at her home to Camp I ton Friday morning at 10 oclock aft an illness of several weeks Bf sides her husband and a large family of children she leaves a host of friends at this placeI fewho mourn her toss uSeptJ S S Charley Cecils new residence near the college is rapidneur ling completion When it is completed it will add much to t beauty of our tows Charley Hurt nnd family of Richmond Ky have rented t Joe Swango house and lotand I Nelse Bishop moved his effects here Monday Mr and Mrs Sam H Kash of this place attended the footwash at the Stillwater church Sunday anoJ D wiCe t Sample P of Lacy creek from Sunday uctil I Mcndav afternoon Cushier Knight on his recent I I visit home bought a gray andd and harness mare combined an had her sent here overland Sharpeburrly graKy been visiting friends in and round Eznl and came up to this place Saturday on business Our asJside pnge is gotten out a in teat of Hazel Green At idemy the most popular educational inIi KentuckYiTherefore coarrespondence is somewhat curtailed as the sacrifice is loads in aI good cause we know our subset ts will pardon us for lack of L t TiredNervous IVhcn you feel languid tircJ nervous and irritable your vi tality is low your supply ot nerve energy exhausted and your system running down for powery of the body are working poorly or not at all and you arc not getting the nourishment needed This soon impoverishes the bloed and in stead of throwing off the im purities distributes it all bringsdiselsemiseryFeed with Dr Miles Nervine a nerve food a nerve medicine that nourishes and strengthens the nerves and see how quickly you will get strong and vigorous My wife suffered with nervousness typhoidfeverthofevercoullhardlyexcitedShe Shelso18ache Dr Miles Nervine was reo tthreentreatmentproved Continued use of completed her entire cure on1021 Cherry St Evr erDr Miles Nervlno tc pastsirstwill refund your money Miles Medical Co FLORIDA THE WINTKR Essay and Qui- tSOUTHE QUEEN AND C Iast unill CIIIVLM forta1 iillinaii t1 turnerIt causes tJ r II au l VAItlAIMh t ininj via Aflievi- tlir t dkyrelHjiiJiig ui i i with stop ovir i nvieem- FLOmiJA sIliClAL in service nj aiii begiiitiinx Jiuiii liillwanEquipmentguatint without uliange Florida Him ited now viu daily v f 1 heCheap HimeseefN TlckeU otAnle to Tease Oklatuimn Inilian Terrftory Ar kHiisas ICiinruM uiiil other point in ths DecemLer 19thhol Qnr illustrated Litejnture Rates allYAllimtI KyCI KyCMAGAZEJT V READEP sirasrr MAGAZINE Lea i nnjl ood ltoret 1 SOaUCAMERA CaAFT 10devoted each month be ar od UctioOftL t L00dwork of amaie YphCltoifapber ROAD OF fhuI WOND t8 boolgontaining 1 = I l0 0plCl7rsad Orq 0jl j l All for 0 0 T Addicii all order to lSUNSET MAGA7 Flood Building Wbr pelr biayol = 0 0 TttE ttlSTOBY4 Of ttAZE l1ttWTGlDWtV W O and Lou E Mize whose interest in Hazel Green Academy has been incessant from its beginning and instead of locating inI younger days in a more favored locality preferred to remain near the Institution anti do ill in their power financially and otherwise for its good Now in their older yeirs they rejoice to know the schools be nign influence reaches throughout all the mountain section They have made ninny sacrifices thogh after years of long anxious waiting their hearts are made glad DAY irked an impor tern Kentucky tlountains em t section of the the Pound line on the y the county It Sterling on H a i Horn the mouth of Sandy Iliver on the north Tennessee line at Cumberland county a southwest direction n territory of apr xiinately IlIon+ i J in nre miles fabulously rich in opec coal timberi iron tone lire clay salts oil etc and by tlo Saxon on ntinenti iplant ntin re u aid tho to light hiddenI te JUDGE G B SWANGO I tioned there was not a single edu cational institution in this terri tory nor was there even a commonI school eyuem reaching mediocrity Lexington with the State A andi I M College Millersburg and Dun rifle with their schools were the nearest points to which these peo pIe could send their children to be educated ciid very very few were ahle t lour the nccosary explHlses incident thrt The outskirts weif i i t KIl Int within tinsur Jof by of of of 1 First School Building Frected 1885 i inhabited blood men j t mountable obstacles prevented the nionntninefr from rucoiviug the of education his and her natural in tellect vas capable of grasping Thus were conditions at the date o JUntiud when a good sister lung praying for the good of her peopl and whose heart went out of in love to those among whom she had betjj how and reared first conceived the establishment of a 1 school tit Hazel Green which would jlIIIIUtIP Cornc I letter education to tip V iini men and WUtn itf titiii utifains mid I III foinif f niural inliin as wvll Vitli that aim ir viw and in eon formity t ti l lngii in her heart lIltfdIt with hr husband and coworker who was theft in th Kentucky Senate and lasted that a hill be pawd diiirieriiiL TIll II uzel Green Aradimy to be 1 Indited a Haze I iJr i M izralthivtl1 e i Ij t t1I t r i kll I t r 11 ljIIIII i t tin stnln Imrrrs II u llIulnndt t the InMrtlt M1 iiivnl Iili plaudit ofI tIe t11rv l iiilniioi I lilt wliin it heettlU IIii i rissury tto rniM tin li nance tto fleet tlltitlie hulding Present School Bulldin Erected 1902 nod curry the enterprise to a suc cess but two individuals Judge DIIYito unites with Senator W O Mize who had chartered the school in the erection of buildings which were completed in the full of 1885 A fall term was begun before the- chool building was completed in Masonic Hall with X J5t Hays as principal who put as much zealand intelligence into jhis work thou as in the uttke he now holds Attorney GIIIIulOti Kentiiky Tims beganI Ithe career the institution soiidmtod a print enterprisH tad its losses tinllllihYWI burn cheerfully the three movers until tutu lby a provisional agreemiit was entered into wherebv the school became a mission of the Kentucky Hoiinl of the C W B M1 1IIIll Jf1 V Me Garvey President of College the Bible and H T1 Matthews Lexington with th proprietors 1I were created Trustees About this time Mrs Anna A Shouse was elected State President and to her nevercensing eUorta in behalf of this mission is due much its success The Knitnckv Chris tian Womans Board of Missions was then a fpehle folk Our Auxiliaries batforI were 1IIlId weak Shouse in doiilit the work ftyjijat have I 1011 u nilur SL 1 III Ir e throng h111j I t 8YI i the found rr IIf the h nnOlalid with the concurrence uflltd Kent 1 u cky Christian omei Bcmrd Missions Hazel GreetiVAcademy became the property of1 the NnI tional Christian ornana Board Missions 1lotA J Kllett was principal of the school at thisIe time but failing health forced lin to rulirquiBb hit chosen work i lut Miss Emma Jeukin of George ttown who was his assistant IlIloi cully inducted the clollIlInidrotll until the close of th trm The mxi yar opinod with A IF Krb a Principal witwnz ill charge niif year Professor Wynne and wifi succeeded him tfur1 a short time Irof Win H1 Cord was priueI cipal ill the full of isstn and Itlo daitidat thlIdl of th school untilt i I the full t lltHuift when he was stioofidMl by lev 1111 1 Derthick iiJ 1reideiitI with I fuiilty ilntsen fur ulillty Ilnd recguiredadttitta ibilityi I to the workwhich lids grown front a humble beginning until th matriculation for ItOiiT nunilifreil 821 coinini front vari nun sectiolisi of Ih1IIIIIIIIIIIiou triti inli IdII i I In the the AU found anywhere and we may add more earnest Hazel Green Acnd emy hire a wide influence for good 1Many of the public school teachers attend the school to better pnipare ithemselves for their work The NormalI Department has been imade a specialty Haze Green hums not been with out its calamities Twice the Academy Homo has been destroyed by tire the last lire occurring November IK ISJIO This together with the fact that the old building was not adequate for the demiiidH of the school tbroughtt serious pribkiiis to the State uid Nation all ollicers e could nut abandon the field in which o much preu t seed has been sown and going demanded a lug outlay or new buildings AlterI months prayerful consideration and thorough investigation these wo strong in decided to a new building The citizens llnzul Grew anti vicinity a buaulialcuupur of thirty and donated it to the Chris ian Womans Bound of lllBatorjs new ton thousand dollar IfhJ huilding noxv crowns its siniiinit and stands as a city set on a 1111 that can not be hid whittear it iis a commodious I hryt frame Dormitory f r Girls known as The Sarah K Yancey Homo erected at a cost of 7000 and named in honor ot the present State tSeoretary whose labor liitvibeen incessant and ear nest in behalf of the mission anti still on Harrison Heights named in honor of MrsI Harrison President nf ti State Hoard it is cot tt tltltlnt01 to erect a thoiofiI ihe Nationalj I Bart has collected t10 V dtlttIIs I11l nn humid for IilifI lullue SIIIIH 10500 All IIthese buildings are heated uu lightrid by natural gas of superio quality Thus to date is the hit torymf the Hazel Green Acm emy owned and operated by t Christian Woman Board of N sionsl at the head of which orgy zutinii id Mrs Helen E Moses Nitiifiuil President bucked 45010 earnest uleu hers Triily as womn were fait at tlinontj 111I11first ut the g so they mule Jitt finiitcaryin noble for theIr= ity This i111iIditiu1 up under this stiperv M1 Of Carter and they none at tills ollko COOL HlIIIIW WITH ADDlJfO HlOO faith pur Ida rein and work Special Advantages at H G A 1 lilt school is i i 1111littleroad and awav from the loug lament that usually follovw th railroad There are no miloinsI gumblini hills or other paus of vice t blight the moraU ot our citizen Perfect religious liberty are c IeitherII may desire