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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 I 1 n CC THE HAZEL GREEN HERALDo Established March 41885 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORoll O TWENTYTHIRD YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1007 NUMBER 6 SPENOEH Owner DTheOldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 75 Cents a Year I Lexington and Eastern Railway 1TimeTable in Effect Nov 18 1906 j WEST BOUND No1 ES No3 Dally ex Dally and Sunday IeII Sunday AM ArrPMArr8 10 am 0 Jackson 0 2 20 pm 6 15 pm OK Junction 2Ij pm 7 07 am 20 BeattyveJc 20 3 20 pm 7 80 am 40 Torrent 40 341pm 7 45 am 44 Nat Bridge 144 3 05 pm 7 43 am Campton Juntn 3 57 pm 8 15 am 57 I Stanton 57 4 26 pm 8 25am 62 Clay City 02 4 35 pm 9 00am 70 LEJuncn1 70 5 07 pm B liam 90 Wlnchenter 00 520 pm 0 53 am 94 Lexington 946 05 pm EAST BOUND 0No2 No4 Dally ex = STATIONS A Dally and Sunday I Sunday PM Lye I I AM Lye 2 25 pm 0 Lexington I 01 7 3ft am B 10 pm 20 Winchester 20 8 13 am 3 25 pm LEJunotIon 8 26 pm 4 00 pm 40 Clay City40 9 02 am 4 10 pm of StantonI144 9 10 am pmd4 57 pm 62 Torrent 62 9 56 am 5 18 pm 70 BeattyveJc 70 1017 am 6 10 pm 90 OKJuncn 90 11 16 am 6 15 pm94IJackion 94 11 20 am CONNECTIONS- L do E JUNCTIoNTrains Nos 12 and 3 will make connection with the C do 0 Ry SterlingCAMPTON Tralnt Not 1 2 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central By for Pine Rldfte and Campton J f1JEATTYLLE JUBCTION Trains Nos 2 and 4 will make connection at Beattyvllle with the L and A Railway for passengers to DeattyvllleO Nos 3 and 4 connect with the O S K Railway for local RailwayWManager OBA88COTTUenFass Agent x z4 OHIO KENTUCKY RAILWAY F TIME TABLE MAY 21 1905 WESTBOUND No 33 1 K No 21 Dally ex STATIONS = D IIYJex Sunday 1 I i Anni34 55 11 20 12 1f- It 4 45 13 13 12 13 4 05 20 Wilhurrt1 11 11 51 r 3 52 22 6 11 44 s 10 27 0 11 1C 3 00 JacksonI 11 05 iEAST BOUND No34 IS IS Ko22 Dally ex STATIONS = DallYJeISunday 2 AMLVE PM LyE 7 10 27 Cannel City I 0 1 00 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 745 19 Lee City 11 123 8 24 13 Hampton 13 1 44 r 8 87 10 Wllhurst 20 151 9 25 1 OAK Junction 22 225 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 tI Nos21 and 22 will make close connectioi tKat O d K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for iil on the Lexlngtou and Eastern Rail- SuperintendentjrL ways U LC01LEY a i1BENJ DEALER IN GENERAL STORES NEOLA KY Offers the citizens in and around Hele f chawa the best line of goods ever seen in 1 this section at the price A big round dollar spent with him will bring you more in return than it would anywhere Country produce and railroad ties taken in exchange for goods and your patron age is respectfully solicited Until you buy from him you will never know how much you can save ILLTHQ COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew Prlcq100 1 Trial OLDSFreend fiicket Cure for all 1 LUNG TROT7B EY BLOSe x CAMPTON CURRENCY o Sam Jett of Winchester is registered at the St Cloud this week C S Sample of Lacy creek was in town today and bought a pair of work mules while hero Joe Murphy is building a resi dence on the old jail lot having bought same from the county Henry Carroll of Elkatawa came down to attend to some busi ness which he had at this place to dayCharley Moore and John Strick lin of Neola are spending a few days in town and attending Cir cuit Court One of the largest crowds ever seen in Campton came in today to be present on the first day of the Circuit Court The special edition of TilE HER ALD was well received at this place and its promoters are to be con gratulated upon their success Owing to the disabled condition of Do gasoline boat on Kentucky river Judge Riddell missed the trains Saturday and did not arrive until noon today Mr Adams Prosecuting Attorney came in with him and court was convened promptly at 1 oclock p m The following named outof town attorneys are attending court here this week George Johnson Lee City Z T Hurst and J JC Hurst Boxer L T Hovermale Kelly Kash J Wise Hagins and D B Redwine Jackson J K Roberts and J P Adams Beatty ville J B White Irvine J D Atkinson Stanton A Floyd Byrd Winchester Elias Shockey Hazel Green Henry Combs Frenchburg and John Tester and Willie Kash StillwaterThe named men con stitute the juries for this term of court Grand JuryThos Taul bee C C Wiremau Wm Adkins A J Scott D C Miller Sr Geo Perry JeffBrewer Curtis Shackel ford James Combs J 11 Nickell Boone Tyra Lilburn Honakor Petit Jury No IWillie Lacy F D Allen Charles Lyons Harrison Folks Hiram Whisman C H Hose W S Tutt James Cox It 1 Tyler A C Byrd A J Bluii keuship and Alex Toliver Petit Jury No 2F 11 Long B HJ Neeley T F Stamper J 11 Swango James Brown J N Allen W P Lacy 0 W McNabb Ira Day J L Lewis T B Hanks Logan Rose Sept 16 S S 048TORIAscam tieThe Kind You Hate Always Bought Bigtatw Y 4p1- 12County SundaySchool Convention The annual convention of the County SundaySchool Association will be held at Hazel Green Ky A strong program is being prepar ed and every effort will be mad to make this the best convention ever held in the county Mr W J Vaughn of Louisa State Evan gelist of K S S A will represent the State work He is thoroughly conversant with every detail of SundaySchool work and his talks will be practical and Helpful Some oi the best local talent will also be utilized The Secretary is now gathering reports from the SundaySchools of the county and every superintendent should send in his report and contribution promptly Each school iu the county should appoint one or two delegates to represent the school officially Iu addition to these as many others as possible should attend For any further informa tion address the county president H J DorthiokNotice The directors of Hazel Green Bank are requested to meet in their offico of said bank on Satur dop September 21st at 1 oclock A full attendance is earnestly re quested H F PIERATT President LANDSAW LACONICS o Tie hauling seems to be the order of the day and mud is plentiful- A C Kash and wife have gone BaptistAssociation Silas Madden of Menefee is visiting his father Robert Madden of this place E T Kash sold to Mitchell Campbell last week a bunch of 18 nice yearling cattle- A Mrs Carpenter of Breathitt county is visiting her brother A C Kash of this place- D B Center has moved his saw mill from the farm of E T Kash to John D Roses on Lacy creek John S Pierutt of the Grassy country was in this section trad ing mules lately He always trades when he comes Hiram Swango has been on the sick list for some time and Rob ert son of J M Swango is threatened with typhoid fever Logan Linden administrator for J B Miller deceased has sold the lumber belonging to the estate to Thrasher Combs of Campton E T Kash sold to C M Rose on the 11th 24 head of feeding cattle said to be the best bunch of cattle that ever left this section average weight 1150 lbs Quite a lot of trading in real estate here Jack Hollori bought a farm of W H Taylor price 500 W H Taylor bought of Taylor Hatton a farm iprice 1000 John Murphy of Taylor Hatton his farm near the Old Baptist Church price 000 Sept 14 ANON Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications as they can not roach the diseased portion ofI the ear There is only one way cure deafness and that is by con stitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube When this tube gets iu ilamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result and unless the inflam mation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal con dition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condi tion of the mucous surfaces We will give 100 for any case of deafness caused by catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CHENEY fc Co Toledo 0 Sold by druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation A Card To CountyHaving orats 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 to 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 wontyono years of age have been found in the ranks of the patty fighting for the success of the principles of the party which are dear to the heart of every true Democrat andwhen the nominees have been selected mytimeelection I ask all voters to con sider my candidacy and if Inm nominated and elected I will de vote my time and attention to tlm duties of said office and that the door of said office will be open dur daytocom aid office Soliciting your sups nd with best wishes for theatCommon People I re main uirs for success ROY SMITH Take The Heraldonly 70c a year Death of Drury S Godsey Hon Drury S Godsey died at his home near Loveland Ohio yearsHoGodseyknown loved by all who came in contact with him His life was lived mostly for his fellow man His death was only a sweet reminder of his life It was so gentleII child falling to sleep nothing more His g cdness of character was illustrated by his lust word whichwas one ofconsideration for those around him A beautiful life has closed and when the hour of judgment shall arrive I doubt if any one could be found to give other than praise to his name A public spirited citizen he loved his country he loved his fellow man and many a man lives today the recipient ol his kindness He leaves a wife neice of J G Trim ble of Mt Sterling and cousin of Senator F M Cockrell of Mis souri and a son Henry S Godsey now residing iu Washington D C For many years he lived in Wolfe county He filled many offices of trust in his locality and was Rep resentative in the Lower House of the Kentucky Legislature in 85 and 80 from Montgomery Wolfe Powell and Menefee district He was a gallant soldier in Gen eral Morgans command of the Confederate army and at the time of his death was a most loyal and TandyPryorans of Cpvingtou Ky having been the recipient of a Confederate Cross of Honor voted him by this organization shortly before his life was ended by the last call to answer for his deeds If ever one lived for his fellow man Drue Godsey did I think he would have been most pleased in life could he have heard what that great good man Bro Combs so long associated with him in busi ness said when he began his fun ralservice at Hazel Green August partIof life having passed its allottp span I never had a sadder uppraacitI doubted whether I couldexpress the sentiments of my heart God helping me I will try Bro God seys life was spent doing good to his fellows It was an honest life He loved the ministers he loved the church His door was always open He was a devoted husband and father a big hearted big brained generous man noble in character witha helpful hand al ways extended to the needy and above alla heart that beat for all He was a member of the Masonic fraternity So mote it be A Humane Appeal A humane Qitizpn of Richmond Ind Mr U D Williams 107 W Main St 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 reccommeudation It saves more lives than all other throat aud lung romedias put together Used as a cough and cold cure the world ever Cures asthma bronchitis croup whooping cough quinsy stopshemorrhages builds them up Guaranteed by all the loading dealers of Wolfe County 50p and 100 Trial bottle free Bless the man who is to a rea sonable amount uneasy as long as he owes a dollar If you are at some time by nun dable circum stances to request ppur merchant to extend you credit Vr a time in making your applicakpn to him for it dont tell him wiu will pay the first of the moat when in I your opinion it will he tenth of the month before you will meet the obligation TIlE HERALD and CourierJour nal only 125 a year Heart WeaknessDr made many hearts well after pronouncedhopeless cured thousands and will aU most invariably cure or benefit every case of heart disease Short breath pain around flutteringdizzy neglectedTake and see how quick you will be relieved hearfJbutstrengthening the heart nerves andmuscles relieving the restoringits hearttroublework Last July I was plowing corn and feeling bad all day In the after noon In plowing one row I had to lay Iffyheartwouldburst nbottleanilbetorecouldlayously I had to get up from five to ten severalbottles asdockQlamanH D ilcGILL Frost Ohio byyourfirstbottle fallshemoneyMiles Iri- iFLORIDAiICUB THE WINTER PLAYGROUND Easily and Quickly Reached via the SOUTHERN RAILWAY ANn QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE Fast and Convenient Schedules Com UlnineCarATTRACTIVE TOURS through Florida iucudiug 11 delightful ra vuvuge to Havana Cuba Key West r v an X P nt low rates ilUAULE ROUTK TICKETS g via Aiieyille mid the Laud ot Sky returning direct ur vice versa ih stop over privileges FLORIDA SPECIAL in service ajaiii beciining January 7th Solid Trail withrt Pullman Equipment to Jack u gustine without cha ited now on daily Cheap Homeseeker Tickets on sale to Texas Oklahoma Indian Territory Ar kansas lan iH and other pointy iu the West Southwest and tfcutheiist Decem ber 18th January 1st and 15th Febru ary Oth and lth and March 5 and 19th aSTFor illustrated Literature Rates auyAjent KyCDlALouisville KyCI MAGAZINE I READERSfI l l SUNSET MAGAZINE looJtori 50andall the Far WcatclearCAMERA CRAFT devoted each month to the artistic reproduction of the best 100work olamll ur uac3 proleatolllit a year photographers ROAD OF A THOUSAND WONDERS a book of 75 pages conlairung I I 075plcluresqueand Oregon Total 325 I All for 150 Additu all orders to SUNSET MAGAZINE Flood Building5a n Francisco BuyBUY Tha liana HerchuU sent you sapped are tDe mtlastay o am ilDltrhome L All wll n ypn ba7 or Iterohats- y of tIlott woo ittvectie r Aj ITC r Icfr p r y r ir Ii oJ j 1 THE HERALD Entered at the Hazel Careen Post rolll L2J second dims matter SPENCER COOPER Editor r HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY Sept 19 IflO ANNOUNCEMENTS are authorized to announce DYERWeP Dyer as a candidate forI the office of Jailer of Wolfe County iub ject to the action of the Democratic party TO THE VOTERS OF KENTUCKY Gaze Upon This Record of Repub lican Administration of Pub lic Affairs from 1896 to 1900 Raised the tax rate in 1S9G from 42J coats to 524 cents for the four yews to fall at its close to 1iJ1 cents Notwithstanding loft iu 1900 a bonded und floating debt of fver two million dollars for Dem ocratic officials to meet with only i083i451 in the public treasury Appropriated to public institutions for their betterment duriiij the four years only 18000941 retiring in IbOO with no new de parture along this line und wits the institutions in deplorable con dition and under an autiquatec system of management Established a record within tin Bret few months of 1806 of plac jfug the military power of 1891 above the civil power true to them instincts of radical hate and South ern Republicanism Continuec this policy throughout the Bradley administration and during tin short time the unspeakable Tayloi was at tho head of affairs using soldiers to prevent the General Assembly from electing a Unitec States Senator in 1890 soldiers al tho polls in 1S99 in Louisville and at Frankfort in 1900 to disperse the Legislature Such brazen vio lation of tho Constitution by ont cials sworn to onforce its provisions encouraged their followers to Jawlessness resulting lit the cruel assassination of William Goebel Gave the common schools dun the four years an average per cap ita of only 285 In 1899 in des parato effort to make campaign material padded the per capita o 21band left a deficit and debt upon tho school fund of 277 000 which had to bo paid by Dom osratic officials Republican legislators opposed Kentuckys only Republican Gov error vetoed tho Democratic Rail road Rate Law delaying operation of this splendid law for several years and thereby delaying reduce I tion of freight rates to the shippers of the State Made a nullity of the franchise taxation Statutes of the Common wealth not bringing corporate interests to pay their just proportion of the burden of taxation and thereby leaving that burden to fall more heavily on the individual taxpayer An evidence of this it given in the records of the assess ment for the last year of their ad ministration 1899 of the railroads The total valuation placed by them upon railroad property for fran chise tax purposes that year was 1230063190 on which valuation they collected only 540100 taxes n Health in the Canal Zone The high wages paid makes it ia mighty temptation to our young artisians to join the force of skill ed workmen needed to construct the Panama Canal Many are ref I strained however by the fear of fee vcrs and malaria It is the know ing ones those 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 501 e 0- 1l l p IN INTEREST OF c THE PEOPL Great Awakening On the Subjec Of Tax Reform Many States Taking Steps to Abolisl Old Methods In Favor of Better Kentuckys Case There Is no question r f greater importance before tho people of Ken tueUy at present than the question ol taxation Those who have Interested themselves In studying the growth ol tho states Industries during the past year and watched the attempts to de Tclop Its resources have been deeply Impressed with the fact that our tax laws form a most serious obstacle tc succeess So deepseated Is this con victlon In the minds of hundreds ol thoughtful men that the time appears to be drawing near when the people ol Kentucky will at last make up their minds that nothing Is more worthy ol their serious attention than this tax question As a rule they concern themselves with It only when the assessor makes his annual call or when they walk up to tho tax collectors of fice to settle Then they are fully er snaded that the whole tax system Is wrong but as soonas the tax has been paid and the smart of It has been forgotten the whole question Is apt to be passed up again without another thought until another assessment and paying time rolls around- It Is Important to Kentucky that the people of the state should realize that taxation bears In a most vital way upon the prosperity of the state and In order that taxation may be wisely adjusted It Is necessary for the Intelli gent people of the state to turn themselves to a careful study of the whole question and persist In It until the tax system of the state Is of a kind that will yield all the necessary revenues with the Ileast possible burden Ac cording to the Justice or Injustice of the tax according to Its reasonable ness or Its oppressiveness capital Is Invited to a community or driven from it Industries will flourish or be de stroyed competition with other states may be possible or may be rendered out of the question justice may b done or flagrant Injustice Imposed The Committee of the Senate No little disappointment was felt by those who have studied the tax situ ation In Kentucky when the commit tee of the State Senate appointed to consider tax questions during the In terim between the sessions of 1904 and 1906 failed to recommend anything more than an Otciuiit to raise cureI revenues along the lines of the old rev onuehni In its report to the senate the committee how d that It had very seriously considered the advisability of recommending more radical changes In our system but it reported the conclusion that It was not at that Unit advisable to do morn than attempt to perfect the old system along old lines The reason given for this In the report was that the revenue system then In forre had perhaps not been sufllclently tried out and was entitled to a longer experiment And there Is much to be said against hasty tinkering with tax laws Did Its Best There Is no doubt that the commute Itnelf felt disappointed in not being able to recommend something more It spent many months in carefully con sidering the tax situation It held hearings In various parts of the state at which hearings there appeared before the committee by Us Invitation representative farmer and business men to present their views on the suit ject of taxation The committee could not fan to be Impressed with the gen eral dissatisfaction with the system In force In Kentucky and yet they did not then think tho time ripe to recom mend a departure The net result of the committees report was an attemnt by the legisla hire to tighten up the leaks In the old system and to make one further des perate but futile effort to get satisfac tory results out of the old plan of the uniform general property tax Of course this attempt has not succeeded It probably never will succeed and In other states public men have ceased to expect that such a plan can by any probability succeed From the rapid progress made in the last 10 years In tbe study of public finances those who best understand the question have reached the conclusion that the unl form general property tax Is unsound unjust and can not be made produc Live of satisfactory results To settle FJthe Sale estate of Win Preston Triable deceased the old Trimble 1 Ijfinestoad located in Hazel Gr D Ky and embracing 10 to 75 es of ground with a Swelling five or six rooms with stable good garden etc Will be sold at private contract Apply to- W T WHALEV or HARLAN TRIMBLE I Free Offer 1i As a home entertainer it has no equal The best be to while away the long evenings with comical danoe gotten up at a moments notice and here you have the Peerless you may wish to learn a song and what singers to phrase a song over and over again if need ma chine for instruction and amusement are endless Thi Graphophooe one of the latest Machine Industry in the world Therefore its Horn listener The equipment consists of Flower Horn with y Connection Detachable Horn Supporting Arm Noiseless and perfectly constructed motor An Oil tempered bearings that will last a lifetime Incased in a handsomely 1 Talking Machine and OO Free to Every Customer whose with See and hear this wonderful instrument and learn 600 Cash Purchases One j vr Go Mrs Sudduth of Lexington Miss Daniels of Frankfort i Mrs Roberts and Mr Lee Clark of Mayslick paid our sanctum a visit last week COMMISSIONERS NOTICE o Wolfe Circuit Court Kentucky 0 Loot ELIZABETH MILLER c Defendants Jj Notice ih hereby given to the Creditors of Joseph Miller deceased that the undersigned Commissioner of the Wolfe Circuit Court under an order in the above styled cause will attend at the Circuit Court Clerks office hi Campton from the 12th day of Sept 1007 until the 14th day of September HOi to re ceive and hear proof of claims against said Decedent and that nil claims rot presented to him and proven ns required liy law within the time specified above will be fo ever barred V C FULKS M C W C C LUMBaGO SCIATICA NEURALGIA and KIDNEY TROUBLE J3SCPS taken Internally rids the blood of the poisonous matter and acids which are the direct causes of these diseases Applied externally It affords almost In stant relief frompain while a permanent cure Is being effected by purifying the blood dlssolTinz the poisonous sub stance and removing It from the Item- DRDBLANDOf Brewlon Ga wrttcsi I bid bn aufftwr for a aombtr of y an ultb Lumbago end uuII mr arm ieouldInd tie attl trtd ell tho IfAlbor from oxllcal work and altO eouuiwd rltbenembrottbe b buttoand- oothln that 511 the roUr ebtald from bal pr mrIt zpraoUoefrl uuend dr FREEIt you are lutterlalr with Rheumatism Neuralgia Kidney Trouble or any ltln dred disease write to ui for a trial bOttle of lDROPS sad test It yourself s DROPS can be used any length of time without acquiring drug habit as It Is entirely tree of opium cocaine alcohol laudanum lead other similar ingredients LarpllUBttl SBBOPVI 1e wrIW- AMOI t- Hy NIMTN HlIIOIIPAIY Dost St is Ik ftiMt Cklo fo r 0 Its Up to You Remember Its See It Read Our A Natural Tone Talking Singi DrDChiq8 J Standard HPS2EL represents FREEw7 fireside PItf1IIgalnst ctiEsRHEUMATISM IY oY YIYVY y VV Ladies Dress Goods i In Fancy and Fashionable Patterns Hamburg Laces as fine as looms can make GENTS FURNISHING GOODS in cluding ties shirts collars suspenders etc Prints of the latest design and Domestics bleached and unbleached a line of Rugs including Brussells and ingrain weaves Oils Paints Drugs Glass Putty Stoves Tinware Crockery c r CLOTHING SHOES HATS CAPS in ondless variety and great quantity so low in price you will- ie bound to buy Did we hear somebody say GROCERIES Yell wove got emand cnnned goods of ovary kindAp 1I ricots Peaches Peas Tomatoes Corn Sweet Taters and But pshaw 1 Come and see Respectfully KASH SAMPLE irk OZZhhFcvM d H WILLIAMS DUC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEONi HAZEL GREEN KY Offers his proC stlonlll services to tile cltl zens of Hazel Green und surrounding coun try aud will answer nil calls of affliction Oflice at his residence adjoiniug Haze Green Rank E T non S iKAsiPLl ROSE Sc SAMPLE Attorneys and CounselornatLaw CAMPTON KY This firm will practice in all the Courts of Wolfe and adjacent counties Special i attention given to Corporation Law and Real Estate Litigation Offices Second Floor Farmers and Tradc re Ban- kFARM FOR SALE Until sold I offer at private contract my farm situated on the Judy and Mt Sterling turnpike 10 miles from latter place and 5 miles from JudyIn the place is an 8 room dwelling big hall out buildings all in good shape tobacco barn and an extra good stock barn orchard with fruits of dll kinds There are 7C acres the majTOty in blue grass Two good cisterns one at the houss and one al barn with plenty running water Call and see place or write to E T TAULBEI Route 3 Mt Sterling Ky Ike WiQOnostor Bank WINCHESTER KY x N H WITHEBSPOON President f Paid Up Capital i 810000000 Undivided Profits i 11000000 J Handsome Deposit ol 5 jpoyavor I I I 180000000 This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and bus j Incas men generally throughout East 2 ern Kentucky and offers IU custom 5 ers every faculty and the most liberal 6 terms within the limits of legitimate banklDgI loct2ly t The Lexington Herald announces a cam paign offer ot 100 train August 1st to November 15tHor for 150 to January let The Herald will pay special attention to news ol the campaign In Kentucky and the country ut large In addition to this IS covers the news oj Central Kentucky an 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 IexIngtonIIeraJd and this paper for 18fCECIL BROS AGENTS F- ORKERBSi s j JSPBRPECTIONi fVRY KcIS GUARANTEED ti AND PRICES RIGHT TH- ESolllfterfl HaiIwag Offers very low Round Trip HOMESEEKERSRates I ARKANSAS INDIAN TERRI TORY LOUISIANA OKLAHO MA AND TEXAS i Tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays of each month Apply to any Southard Railway Agent or write R A COOK D P A fF B S YENT T P A Louisvil1b Job Preiiy IantI Urdater I1 1 jT 3 s My Hair x Ran Away Y Dont have a falling out with your hair It might leave you I Then what That would mean thin scraggly uneven rough hair Keep your hair at home I Fasten it tightly to your scalp I You can easily do It with Ayers Hair Vigor It Is something 1 more than a simple hair dressII ing It is a hair medicine a i hair tonic a hair food I The beat kind of atestimonial i Sold for over ilxtr year s1I7aA leoLowI1- AlM IAOtaru of 9 SARSAPARILLA f It HLLS tiersCBBWr PECTOIAU Cashier Knight left Tuesday for w his home at Pleasureville on busi neesRed River Association held its annualmeeting at Torrent Satur- dayu and Sunday J S Colville of Carlisle is at Swango House drinking the wate for liver trouble- Superintendent of Schools Wm Chambers was the guest of San Kash Tuesday night Jolly John Pieratt and wife If Kiddville are visiting relatives in and around Hazel Green Edward Ouey who has been in Mississippi for some time is at home to regain his health Osta cy JCX a than theThe Kind You Hare Always Bought BJgnitnreef Y H F Pieratt of Richmond iis expected here today or tomorrow and will bo with us for a week John Wilson and wife moved yesterday to the head of Rd rivet where they will live this full D C Miller Jr left Tuesda for Cincinnati to buy goods and may extend his trip to Chicago Miss Lola Young left Tuesdnj for Jackson where she will livt with her brother Otis Young Henry Ward who has been in the woods of Canada for Severn months is expected home this week Elias Debusk and wife of Mizi wore in town last Tuesday to bring a HftlMi1illt f theirs who wns sick toBetfT enter iMrs John D Henry of Ezel and Mrs Voluey Nickell of West Liberty were the guests of Sau Kash and wife Tuesday night Mrs T F Gn non Avon i J S Colville Carlisle and Mrs Cota Dbdson of Cynthiana are the new guests at the Swango House t CASTORIAI t For Infanta and Children t The KInd You to Always Bought tSears tho Jgnatureo 1 Mrs J B Hollon of Lacy creel has the thanks of the editor and 4 4Nhis bettor seveneighths for a pok of fine fat fall beans the fines wo have seen Miss Carrie Rose left Thnrsda last for Morristown Teun when she will ba tho guest of Charle Andre and wife nee Cora McGuire for an indefinite period Mrs W E Back of Cannel City and a friend of hers Mrs Sexton of Lexington were visiting Mr Backs parents F N Day an wife a few days last week The report comes to us the there was a larger crowd in Ezi Sunday on account of the annul meeting than ever before know in Jstoryof the town terprise Association J their annual meet Church Suuda crowd presen- manifested 4 Miss Mollie Coldiron again began I teaching the Public Squan School Monday for the first time in six weeks during which time she was laid up with rheumatism W H Pence of Lane was in town Monday He came over to bring his sister Miss Minnie Lou Pence to see Dr Marion Center with whom he left her for treat ment The Cemetery Association will meet at Mrs ElI Russells on the alCullbusiness of importance will be trausacted Tom Lee and wife with thei adopted daughter Lennie who have been visiting relatives in Virginia for two or three weeks re turned home Tuesday much pleas ed with the trip Willie L Day of Bethel Bath county Ky and Edward O Day of Little Rock Ark are on a visit to James S Day their brother at Midland Texas They will prob ably be with him a month befor their return Johnny Kash returned the latte part of last week from Batl county where he was visiting relatives and enjoying himself fishing He caught some nice ones in Lick ing river and brought a yellow cat home with him Harlan Swetnam an uncle of Doc Kash who has not been herein 25 years is visiting Doc Kasl and other relatives Mr Swetnac now lives in Louisville where he is chief clerk in the railway mail service In fact he has been in the mail service ever since he left here Miss Falay Long of the firm of Cecill Long Millinery will go tc Cincinnati next week to buy their rail and winter stock She will be accompanied by Mrs F N Day who will assist her in purchasing her stock She will he ready to serve her many friends and customers about the first week in October Due notice will be given ai to their fall opening Locates at Hazel Green Dr C H Williams a former medical practitioner of this city iaa recently located at Hazel Green to practice his profession Fhe Doctor U a splendid physician md a fine gentleman We com- mAnd him to the good people 01 Hazel Green Clay City Times Carl Mize Still Improving Again we are pleased to say recent information from Mr Carl Mize who is still at Grand View Sanitarium Newport Tenn is tc the effect that he is continuing tc improve This is cheering newt 19 his many frien nd they nuulbep legions in ie town and other places TLIgor of our Kentucky winters may prevent his return home until next spring in which event he may go to Florida south of the frost line at some point on the East coast where he can have the benefit of balmy breezes and Atlantic salt air W wish for him a return of health and strength The Boss of the Bunch The farmer if he only knew it is a little nearer to the kingdom of heaven than anyone on earth Hi is certain of three square meals i11 day and is the only man who cat fence himself iu and live in spit of the rest of mankind A fev cattle and sheep and fowl provid 1 1him with food and clothing whip his fields yield him flour and ti j source of revenue So generou are these provisions and sc common that hardly one farmer it ten makes any account of them although the ordinary busines man thinks he has done well whet he reaches the end of the year am finds that he has a little more that made ends meet horn to the wifeof Charley Sample of Maytown Wednesday Sept 18th a boy W J Conley of Belknap Ky passed through here today on hit way to Campton and will return home Saturday Miss Nannie Catron who hat been visiting friends on the Chapel Branch for a month past left for home Monday accompanied by Miss Belle McNabb her cousin Mrs Minnie Barnes formerly Mrs Morgan French has bought one of the Pieratt cottages and moved into it Wednesday She has been living with her mother Mrs Lou Ann Mapel Charley Hurt and family of Richmond arrived here yesterday and now occupy the Jose Swangi property corner State and Broad way Some of Mr Hurts good goods came in last week Miss Esther Wilson and brother of Mt Sterling arrived Tuesday evening and are visiting them grandparents John Wilson and Aunt Louisa Miss Esther we uu derstand will soon go to Memphis Tenn to make her home with her great uncle Frank Trimble Mrs Rhoda Jones of near Days boro accompanied by her son Jim Tom left Monday for Council Bluffs Iowa where she will visit her son Edward whom she has not seen for several years She will also visit Alonzo 0 Jones another son in South Dakota Mrs Martha Roberts and daugh ter Miss Lora of Lexington and George H Sudduth and wife who is with the Combs Lumber Cum pany at Lexington left for home last Saturday after two weeks of recuperation at Swango House They went by way of Campton for a view of the oil fields Dr W G Lockhart dentist who has been visiting at Ezol for awhile writes us that he is now at ampton again where he may be found in his office in the Columbia building ready to wait upon his patrons or anyone needing dental York He will be there until No ember 15th Prof Derthick left Monday morning for Latonia where he will attend the State Convention of the C W B M Tuesday From here he was to attend the annual I ChrisItinnwhich is held some place in I inn i jylvanm leading citizen in a neighbor I IAtown said to usliDo you know paper has just revolutionized your town People are now going there to trade who two years ago lid not know there was such n i I paperII highlyIi iC W B ML at Latonia At the evening session last Tues day the time was given to More head and Hazel Green schools Professors Button Dertlmk and South gave fine talks on various phases of the work being done The students of the schools sang special songs Officers of the C W B M were elected as follows I PresidentMrs Ida W Harri son Lexington Vice Presidents Mrs Cary E Morgan Paris i Mrs John Gay New Union i Mrs 0 E Hagerman Louisville i Mrs E G Sergeant South Kentucky L Secretary Mrs Nellie Stucky LexingtonCorresponding Secretary Mrs 1 ILexingtonI LexingtonJunior 1 Superintendent Mrs 1 Masy S Walden Danville 1 Centennial Secretary Miss Sal lie V Ashbrook Cynthiana II IIoooooooooooooo o O s Convalescents need a large amount of nourish = 0 t 4 ment in easily digested 1 2 to Scotts formiia o ment highly O It makes bone blood and muscle without f putting any tax on the digestion- ALL DRUQGISTSj 5OO AND 100 J t 00000000000000000000000 v Ji I a ar i11 s o AYegelable Preporationfor As it similating iheFoodandllegula Ung ihcStoinachs andBowels of Promotes DigestionCheerful nessandRestContainsneltheriumMorphine s j Nor NARCOTIC nre tacwuazR7cczt SJItst forConsGpallon Worms Convulsions Feverish ness andLoss OF SLEEP 4 Facsimile Signature or a NEW YORK lb inmtllv itltj 5 Dusts jCT EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER For and 1 R I i e SS Sx K3 S 3 3 4 V J I in f While in the of health and looking your beat I you should have vur picture made I have the only gallery N e net of Mt Sterling fitted with a and ant Ito make IN ANY STYLE OF FINISH that is I known to the art utd in sizes from 1x2 to 5x7 inches y I turn out iis in both material and workman x ship and having rendered to air my past patrons x- fI am con fident that I can do so with ah future customers A f trial will convince you better than n coiumn of tal X srIt make picture of Family Groups aril Drellioji and will J all calls to the country Gallery on State Street Hazel Green Ky i Calland see samples and learn price LACY A v o hI oo4OWO VH F F CECIL KNIGHT Cashier S G 3 3 Q A A I 1 r Itr DIKKC 2S E H SMITH H F PIERATT M LEE J P ROSE T WHALF BEN MURPHY E ONEV E F CECIL S B ELKINS I Rattt solicit tilt ecounts of Merchants Farmers and Buiines Men generally Most rlberalcwithin the limits of legitimate banking 1 C wC CECIL ROfERT CECIy Keep in stock at all times a line of that is usually kept in a General Store Dry Goods Boots Shoes Hats Caps Tinware etc Before you part with your monoy learn their prices It will pay you They have a special line of That they invite you examine When Tyou are in townt cell in and coo them They will be to show goods whether you buy or not Quality and Pries is tho motto of this store If you havent got in the habit of trading at CECIL BROS 1 i I1iE V UNDERTAKERHAZEL I have several fine Coffins in my shop and am to make any style to order and on the most terms I also hneI A and will attend all burials when so Public is solicited 25rf GEO RICE CASTORIA Infants The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature ofIIn- USB For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA7NL licmitfie SOW Siifislap Fades enjoyment okvlight prepared PHOTOGRAPHS Everything guaranteed satisfaction ELLSWORTH newspaper ki PIERATT preSidentJE VicePresnt MARION SAMPLE Attorney rtftitttl 1tOrtt 1500001 I Ii JI IiT elilttttitlY CECIL BROS complete everything Firstclass Clothing Hardware Queensware Boots Shoes pleased Get the Habit prepared reasonable Handsome Hearse requested patronage respectfully Children i1f Tfia gauSeriSS LEXINGTON KY Offer for the Spring of 1007 a large line of Fruit and Ornamen tal Trees Evergreens Grape Vines Asparagus Shrubs Rhubarb and Small Fruits We have no agents Strawberry and general catalogues on applica tion to H F HILLENMEYER SONS I + Send your job work to this OFFICE STry cy f Y rr In ni iCoiif lP- A coc + d y Department of Telegraphy of W CausingAlarm Leading daily papers of the past week had an account of a visit of A C6ramittee of five railroad tele graphers to Prof W R Smiths Business College at Lexington Ky and after examining the Tel egraphic Department in a large hall equipped and furnished and a main line of the Cincinnati Southern Railway was installed therein where students receive ac- t1ual messages also that requests were given this college for its students from various railroads a protest was made to the railroad company by this committee saying that an 8000 a month old opera tor might be supplanted by a student soon after leaving this college and at less expense They com mend Prof Smith for his com mendable efforts to give his stu dents actual practice The railway companies believing that by the National Law limiting hours of sorvice of telegraphers over 10000 additional telegraphers will be needed and they feel justi fied in assisting and encouraging Smiths College for Telegraphers 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 Guar anteed by all leading dealers of Wolfe County 25 Speak Words of Cheer If you want a prosperous town where people can come who are disposed to make homes then do away with and bury from sight all jealousy and spite work move for common prosperity and mutual benefit Wake up rub your eyes roll up your sleeves and go to work Do not work with fear and trembling but take tor granted that blood will tell Leave je uults to themselves borrow no troubles but all unite to make it the biggest kind ofa townIIGo to work Lost and Found Lost between 080 p m yester day and noon today a bilious at tack with nausea and sick head ache This loss was occasioned by finding at one of Wolfe Countys leading dealers a box of Dr Kings New Life Pills the guaranteed cure for biliousueie malaria and jaundice 95y- Help Each Other Onr town is noted far and wide toi11449syitalityand cordiality Man meets his fellows here with a Good morning James how are you feeling this morning while the answer is wafted back on the morning breeze Quite well I thank you I The good women as they toil during the greater part of the day in looking after I merryII I J lightens labor And over their l teacups at an afternoon function t or around some family circle banded together as a club they t discuss topics alone intended to elevate their race Keep a Good Thing Going It does not pay to advertise say home merchants who have done but little of it and that without c keeping it up The incident of the boy and the pump illustrates the matter very wolf The boy was sent after a pail of water He pour ed in the pruning and poured out as much as he poured in Then he stopped and the priming ran down After some time ofalter nate pumping and resting he concluded it did not pay to pump and quit in disgust The merchant who does not Relieve in advertising pumpingIfjHtopped a while and allowed the people to forget him and his busi ness before he advertised again and r then concluded advertising didnt pa- yC1L15TORZdr I nekrIt5eTha Kind You Hava ANvays Bcngtl EUgntue pj ef e Sebe Walters of near town k shipped to the Mt Sterling mar ket last Friday twelve head of extra good cattle wm 1 rl W You naturally would prefer to treat yourself at home for any form of femaleII trouble wouldnt you Well It can be done No reason why you should not Homebeable to relieve or cure Your suffering as thousands of other women have by proper use of the Cardui Home Treatment Begin bytaking i Treat Wine of ardui L the wellknown female tonic For saleit all drug stores Moorhead of Archibald I T writes My wife had suffered for years from female troubfa On rmeuJoet o1I gave her the Cardui Home Treatment and now she hardly suffers at all Sold by druggists MedicalJAn Admirer of The Herald INDIAPOLIS IND Sept 10 Speucer Cooper Hazell Green Ky I write to inquire the subscrip tion rate of TIlE HERALD for one year JWnatever it is send on your paper for I cannot under any circumstances afford to do without ii inasmuch as THE HER ALD always gives one all available news of interest of the Eastern Kentucky Mountain Region the place of my birth Thanking you in advance for the favor I have the honor to lemain yours veryr6spectfully NATHANIEL B ROSE l 19 State House Indianapolis Ind Teachers Association The Morgan County Teachers Association and SundaySchool Convention will be held at Good wins Chapel Saturday Sept 21st Some of the leading SundaySchool workers of the State will be there andsome splendid addresses will be delivered Everybody invited to attend and take lunch with them an it is intended to have dinner on the ground Miss Nannie Fields Superintendent of Schools sent the above item last week but in the confusion of getting out the big edition it was overlooked However it gives no tice in time if you only hustle Cures lllood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood ii impure thin diseased hot or toll of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby uimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease lake Botanic Blood Balm CD B B Soon nil sores heal aches and pains stop and The blood in made pure and rich Druggists or I by express 1 per large bottle Sample AtlantalGaI chronic deep seated cases as it cures after all Let else fisII There is not a man in our town however indifferent to the claims I of Christianity who would want to rear Lis family here if there i were no churches or church influ ence for he at once recognizes them as the guardians of the morals of the community What would be tho condition of this community at the end of the next ten years if from this time until j then tho churches were closed To what extent would life and prop erty be safe Aid yet with all the organized agencies of the frequentlyholds we not expect if wholly divested of these good influences THE KENTUCKY COLONEL And JiiOJeautiful Wile Printed in the Interest of the New Kentucky Germantown Thigh 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 upliftlog afford to do without the COLONEL and His WIFE Features of the September number- J C W Beckham and his fight for a New Kentucky Augustus E Wilson A character sketch The Farmers Fight against Monopoly in Kentucky Jame N Kehoe Religion in the Kentucky Mountains H B Seal Preemption Humorous allegory W H Pepper The Future of the Kentucky BoyII K TaylorKnights of the Golden Circle The new magazine Is receiving the atten tion of litvrarf people over the entire State and from present Indications it will have a very large circulation- It will be profusely illustrated contain 52 pages make its appearance monthly and will be sent to any address for GO cents a yearWe are pleased to state that we have made clubbing areangements with the publishers of the Kin rocxv COLONEL so that we can furnish it with TIlE HERALD one year for 125 Send your subscription to this office and do it now so you won t miss a copy 8B SALE I have for sab one of the nicest best improved small farms in Clark County situated in the Becknerville neighborhood on the Boouesborongh and Athens pike andcontains 74 ACRES OF GOOD LAND has a large nice dwelling with 10 rooms and beautifully lo cated Has barns enough to house 15 acres of tobacco or to stall 50 head of horses Must be seen to be appreciated ALSO TRACT NO 2 adjoining the above containing 05 acres and has on it a cottage home and a 0 acre tobacco barn Call at the home or address L C Piao Athens Ky MillinoruThe and surrounding com munity are invited to call and see our new SPRING SUMMER Line of- Everything 1i illtnew and uptodate tr TRIMMED HATS readytowear Hat Frames Flowers Ribbons etc Millinery Materials ofull 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 ORB C M dt W T CENTER PHYSICIANS 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 0 to 10 a m- BllqgiesIf Buggies f viToe citizens of Hazel Green and this cinlty are herewith informed that they can now buy firstclass buggies at home I am prepared to furnish the best made and at reasonable prices I dont han die anything but firstclass buggies and those who want cheap claptraps will have to go elsewhere 8 Remember if you want a FIRST CLASS BUGGY one that will give satisfaction in comfort and wear I can youCall see me at my shop in Hazel Green RespectfullyJOHN H ROSE Hazel Green AcademyF- all Term Opens Sept 10 1907 Indications now foretell the largest attendance in the history of the school for the Fall Term thebestter prepare themselves for teaching or wish to prepare for the STATE CERTIFICATE or the STATE DIPLOMA The ACADEMIC COURSE well equips the student for the SOPH tOMORE YEAR in College The Faculty is composed of Eight Teachers Carefulattention is given to each student TUITION IS FREE i GENERAL EXPENSESFall Term of 14 weeks 500 Winter Term of 11 weeks 500 Spring Term of 11 weeks 500 Board with Heat and Light 200 per week Furnished Rooms Free CataloguesM H J DERTHICK Principal i 0 ai i ai I AVCTION- i I I i Oq Satnrdoy Soul1 211 i f At our Furniture Emporium in Hazel Green we will offer at PM lic Outcry to highest and best bftlv r der a lot of- Household Kitchen Fnrnitnr including Bed Room sets Dresser Stands Stand Tables Dining Room Tables Dining Room Chairs Folding Beds and a varied assortment of Wood and Iron Bedsteads Cook ing and Heating Stoves c c Everything goes and the sale begins at 10 Oclock ae m Terms made known day of sale c M ROSE a co Furniture Dealers J H Pieratt Auctioneer Best Printing at This fj 4 itI i