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PrJi I Y I I J 1 1 IiE HAZEL GREEN HERALDO Established March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell rr== 0 TWENTYTHIRD YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 20 1907 NUMBER 7 1 =BP YearOwnerI Lexington and Eastern Railway TimoTable in Effect Noy 18 1906 WEST BOUND I No1 No 3 Daily ex Daily and Suntttay IIiiIii Sunday ArrPJ1Arr6 10alJ1 0 Jackson 0 2 20 pm 6 lb pm OK Junction 225pm 7 07 am 20 BeattyveJc 20 3 20 pm 730 am 40 Torrent 40 3 41 pm 7 45 am 44 Nat Bridge 44 3 55 pm 7 43 am Cam 3 57 pm 8 15 am 57 Stanton 57 4 26 pm 8 25 am 62 Clay City 62 4 35 pm 9 00 am 70 L E Juncn 70 5 07 pmI 9 12 am 90 Winchester 90 5 20 pm- t II 55 am 04 Lexington 94 IJ 05 pm EAST BOUND No2 No4 Daily ex A STATIONS I Dally and Sunday m Sunday Pu LnAlILve2 25 pm 0 Lexington 0 7 35 am 3 10 pm 20 Winchester 20 8 13 am 3 25 pm LEJnnction 8 26 pm 4 00 pm 40 Clay City 40 9 02 am 4 10 pm 44 Stantoni 44 9 10 am 4 40 pm Campton Juntn 9 38 pm 4 45 pm 57 Nat Bridge 57I 9 43 am 4 57 pm 62 Torrent 9 56 am 5 18 pm 70 BeattyveJe 70 10 17 am 6 10 pm 90 OKJoncn SO 11 15 am 0 15 pm 94 Jackson 1194 11 20 am CONNECTIONS- L E JUNCTION Trains Nos 12 and 3 will make connection with the CAORy for Mt Sterling CAMPION JUNCTIONTrains Nos 1 2 a and 4 connect with the Mountain Central By for Pine Ridge and Campton BEATTYVLLK JUNCTION Trains Nos 2 and 4 will make connection at Beattyville With the L and A Railway for passengers toBeattyvilleO Nos 3 and 4 connect with the O 4 K Railway for local RailwayWManager ORASSCOn Gen Pass Agent OHIO KENTUCKY RAILWAY r r i TIME TABLEMAY 21 1905 WESTBOUND No 33 S KNo 21 STATIONS Daily ex DaJYdex nl a m Sunday PM Ann 0 27 PM Ann 5 20 8 Cannel City 22 12 35 4 65 U Helechawa 20 12 19 4 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 362 22M Wilhnrst 6 11 44 3 10 27 OAK Junction 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05 i EAST BOUND 22DailyI e Sundaym Sunday AjMLvB PM LYE 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 7 33 21 Uclechawa 6 1 17 7 45 19Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hampton 13 1 44 8 37 10 Wllhurst 20 1 61 9 25 1 OAK Junction 22 2 25 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 Nos 21 and 22 will make close connectior at O K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for points on the Lexington and Eastern Rail way M L CONLEY SuperInt- endencfr1EN t MURPHY DEALER IN GENERAL STORES NEOLA KY Offers the citizens in and around Hel chawa the best line of goods ever seen i I this section at the price A big roundI 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 howr much you can save KILL THI COUCH AND CURE THr UNCS I IAfITN Dr r jgs New Discovery TONSUMP 3N Pries FOR OUGHS r BOcSIOO l JOLDS Free Trial t Surest and Quit Cure for all THROAT andlG TEOTJB LES or MONLc JBAOK ht TOLIVER JUMPUPS 0 The big bridge at Tolivor fell yesterday Emma Landrum left yesterday for a weeks visit to her brother at StillwaterSchool WAS dismissed at Sand field Fridry on account of a funeral close by Anna Belle Lnudrum was the pleasant guest of Mary Landrum Sunday Mnlla Byrd and Myrtle Clark were the guests of Mrs Lillie B Cox Friday night Myrtle Clark and Lillian Wheat ley were out visiting Sunday and had an enjoyable time Nannie Catrou and Belle McI Nabb paid Nannie Stamper a pleas ant visit Monday night I Maud McNabb left for Mt Ster ling Sunday to pay a visit to her cousin Nannie Belle Catron Lucy Landrum returned home from Campton Sunday where she has been for the past two weeks Bruce Cox returned home Saturday from Campton where he has been engaged in hauling for the past week Buford Ingram and George Cox visited the latters brother John W Cox at Stillwater from Friday until Saturday Mrs Rosa Wheatley died Thursday evening at one oclock of ty phoid fever and Thursday night at ten oclock Johnnie Wheatley aged one and a half years died also and together the mother and little child were laid to rest in one coffin leaving a husband and little girl to mourn the loss of the dea ones Iay God bless this small family and may they walk more nearer to Jesus than ever before HONEY DEW A Humane Appeal A humane citizen of Richmond Ind Mr U D Williams 107 W Main St says I appeal to nil1 persons with weak lungs to take Dr Kings New Discovery the on ly remedy that has helped me an fully comes up to the proprietors I reccommendation It eaves more lives than all other throat UsexI as a cough and cold cure the world over Cures asthma bronchitis croup whooping cough quinsy hoarseness and phthisic hemorrhages of the lungs an I builds them up Guaranteed ball Y the leading dealers of Wolfe County 501 aud 100 Triall I bottle free Returned Home Henry Ward who has been keeping hooks for a railroad con tractor in Canada came hom Saturday Ho says it is quite col I where he was that he wore his winter clothing all summer The road he was connected with is be ing constructed by the Canadian government and will be 8000 miles across the continent when completed Rock is the foundation and Henry says it is a graniteI Hee annd fish Cariboo bear and small1 game was plentiful while fish could be found in every stream But Italians Slavs Roumanians etc were his only associates and he couldnt stand it rGlad to Get It CHICAGO ILLS Sept 21 1007 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky- I am so glad to get THE HERALD again This weeks paper was ex ceedingly fine I notice that my address is 6027 Perry Avenue on the paper and as I waut to be sure of the paper will ask you to change it to 0827 Perry Avenue Thanking you in advance I remain MRS LEE KNIGHTS Charley Rose passed through town Tuesday with 28 head of nice young cattle which he will hold for next Mt Sterling market Moonshiners on Way to FrankfortII Deputy U S Mays the most noted foe ofthe moonshiners in Eastern Kentucky arrived here Sunday afternoon 5 from Jackson with a gang of 12 shiners to take them to Frank fort where they will be tried in the Federal court which convened at the capital today Marshal Mays has been capturing moon j shiners for six years and he has his first man yet to put under lock and key while on the way to court and there has never been one of his prisoners to attempt to escape from him When he arrived here with his men ho remarked to them Well boys this is probably the last night that many of you will have an opportunity to have some fun for some time and giving each man some money told him to get out and have some fun but to report at the hotel at 11 oclock last night They were all in on time and they were taken to Frankfort today Theres no use for them to run from me said Marshal Mays for they know that I will get them and there is not a man in the bunch that wouldnt fight for me If you dont think they will just tackle me once when I am taking them to Frankfort They havent any guns and the lid is on here so why should they be locked up in jailAmong the prisoners are Mack i j Bowling Elihu Reynolds P Bar j rett John Saudlin Sug Sandlin Elijah Couch Elijah Saudlin Wm Morris Eli Couch and a number of others All of tram are charged either with moonshining or bootlegging Several of the men were captured last week by Mar shal Mays in his raids on the I andri Breathitt counties Lexington Herald Sept 23 oAt8 TOR =ABears theThe Kind You Hare Always BoiigH Signittue e A Unique Baptizing Year by year recruits are joining thedon Wolfe county On the 8th of this month on the occasion of the an sacredlyIby Baptists f the happiest and most unique bap tizings in the history of the churc took place in the presence of a KashdBaptist is the father of six sons four o whom Samuell Kash postmaster o Hazel Green Daniel Kash a physician of Stillwater Willie and1 Kelly Kash attorneys of Jackson+ spectaclnperhaps never i church alYairs and this timehon congratulatedd upon and aggressive joiners to its mem bership Breathitt County News The Touch That Heals is the touch of Bucklons Arnica Salve Its the happiest combina tion of Arnica flowers and healiu balsams ever compounded N o matter how old the sore or ulcer is 11this salve will sure cure it For scalds cuts wounds or piles its an absolute cure Guar an teed by all leading dealers ofr Wolfe County 25f Powell Man Nominated H G Garrett has been nomi nated by the Republicans of Clark county for Representative Mr Garrett very creditably represent ed this district in the Legislature t a few years ago and is a business man of admirable traits If an Repuhlin on earth is deserving of re 111 at the hands of theJ masses Green Garrett and somehow ems to us that he i a very awkwardly situated pnliti cally anyway CJay City R L Brown ofsburgKy a tobacco manufa r who has been atRitteuhouse ch for a few days left for horn ouday ICircuit Court Notes I get our Campton correspondence givaisTuesday night and I occupied the courts attention Monday and Tuesday and the case was in the hands of the jury at 0 oclock Tuesday night It is gen hungjuryday for killing Hawk Tutt but result is unknown Fugate for killing Campbell Raiser had his trial continued until Friday Seeing in the BlueGrass LEXINGTON KY Sept 23 DEAR Mus COOPER I have been with Miss Bertha Mapel my Waite who is postmaster at Clay City to Louisville to attend the Postmasters Association which convened there last week We stopped over here to see Maud and are with her at Hamilton College today She wishes to be remembered to you aud Mr Cooper We will return to Clay City tomorrow Yours MRS NANNIE CRAVENS Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications as they can not reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to 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 in flamed 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 i 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 C Co Toledo 0 Sold by druggists loc Take Halls Family Pills for constipation A lady who understands advi tising says No lady wishes to be looked upon us u shopping fiend she does not caro to go into a store and have a merchant show all his stock in order to find out wisheshto purchase acle is sold ata price she can afford IIt is much easier and pleusu tel to look through the advertisements thefown Next to the local news items the advertisements in a paper stating articles for sale with prices will keep much of the money that goes to the large cities at home II A Card To the Voters of Wolfe County Having been solicited by Demo crats from the different precincts of the county to make the race for Sheriff for the next term I take this method of announcing myself subjectgocratic primary to bo held some time in 1908 This is the first time that I have ever announced as a candidate for any office but over since I became twentyone years of age have been found in the ranks of the party fighting for the success of the principles of the party which are dear to the heart of every true Democrat and when the nominees have been selected by the party I have spent both my time and money in securing their election I ask all voters to con amYand elected will vote my time and attention to the duties of said office and that the Jura mayscome to said office Soliciting your support and with best wishes for the Great Common People I re main yours for success ROY SMITH I A Living i Monument 4 If we were to assemble all those who have been cured of heart disease by Dr Miles Heart Cure and who would today be in their graves had not Dr Miles been successful 1heart1 What a remarkable record a breathing thinking moving monument composed of humanIlivesthat for which every other earthly possession is sac rificed The Miles Medical Co receive thousands of letters from these people like the following- I feel indebted to the Dr Miles Heart Cure for my life I desire to call the attention of others Buffering as 1 did to this remarkable remedy for the heart For a long time I had suffered anylittleand at times terrible pain In the region of the heart co serious that I feared upontheyourclrcuhrsmy druggist and purchased two bot tles of the Heart Cure and took itaccording to directions with the result that I am entirely cured Since then I never miss an opportunity to recommend this remedy to my friends who have heart trouble In fact I am a traveling advertlsment for I am widely known In this locality J H BOWMAN DemocratNashville byyourfaUItieMiles Medical Co Elkbart Infl FLORIDA CUBA I THE WINTER PLAYGROUND Easily and Quickly Reached via the SOUTHERN RAILWAY tND QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE Fast and Convenient Schedules Cow fortuble Pullman Equipment Lining Car ervlc ATTUAUTIVE TOURS ibriiimli Florida including Ii delightful sea voyage ft Havana Cuba Key Weal or NIISMIU N P nt low rates VAUIAULE HOUTK TICKETS Uoing via Asheville mid the Land of the Sky riturning direct ur vice versa with stop over privilepr + FLORIDA SPECIAL in service ajain begliiiiiiiK January 7th Solid Triu with the latest Pullmau Equipment to Jacksonville and St Au jnistine without clumgi Florida Lim- Ited now ou daily Cheap Hnmeseekpra Tickets on sale to Tixiis Oklahoma Indian Territory Ar kansas ICania and other points in the Wert Southwest raid Southeast Decem ber 18th Janniiry 11 and 15th Febru ary Bth and lOLl anal March 0 and 10th EQTFor illustrated Literature Rates and complete information address any Agent of the Soutliern Railway or J P LOGAN TI Y A Lexington Ky C II IlUXtiEUFOllI DlALouisville Ky C BEAM Jr A Gi P A St Louis Mo MAGAZINE J READERS r SUNSET MAGAZINE odstones 50andall the Fat Wctayear CAMERA CRAFT devotedeach month to the tistic reptoductioa of the arSI00work of amateur and professional a 1ea1 photographer ROAD OF A THOUSAND WONDERS a book of 75 pages containing I120 colored photographs ofI 075picturesque spots in California and Oiegon Total 325 All for 150 Address all orders to SUNSET MAGAZINE Flood Building Sa Francisco I I When You Buy BUY AT HOME jThe Boms Merchants merit your support all tU matastayS of tile oommutty when JOG bllJ of Home J1crclllAU IItheq of thou who 4Tra t 4 11 7 r THE I E AL Entered nl Iii Un1 nrePn foist 11 11 d n SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Sept 20 1907 ANNOUNCEMENTS 0Wearenuthodzedtoannouncw the office of Jailer of Wolfe County sub jed to the action of the Democratic party I Another thing showing that Mi Willaou is paddling his cano against a contrary current is the fact that he wont moot Democrat speakers in joint debate of tbe iflsuo He declined the honor at Winchester with thanks John E Garner one time a can didate for Congress in this district and who has ever and anon claimer tho Democratic party as his shows by the records that he hae voted more Republican than Democrtti votes and the Democrats of Win Chester and Clark county have read him out of the party Democratic legislators eriacte the Railroad Rate Law a Demo cratic platform measure and undo its operation thousands of dollars have been saved to the shippers of the State The Republicans this year feared to give opposition to the author of this law Democratic legislators adopter a uniform text book law a Goebe platform measure of 1809 thereby c bringing to the fathers of theI Commonwealth a uniform and betItor system of school books a less cost than they had before that time been compelled to pay the school hook trust This law ona bles the family to use the books until they are worn out Lost and Found yesterIdaytack with nausea and sick head ache This loss was occasioned ty finding at one of Wolfe County leading dealers a box of Dr Kings New Life Pills the guaranteed cure for biliousness malaria and jaundice 25y Willson the Republican candi date for Governor has canceled his appointment for the speaking at Campton Saturday and it it just as well for his Eloquence would have been expended in ia cause already lost And Mr Will politicalfeelingthat he realizes the fallacy of forcing himself upon the good peo pie of that community He also canceledhis appointmentat Boone ville and therein is a significant pointer i indeed Oweley county is ia Republican stronghold and when Mr Willson realizes that it is not worth his time to harass the voters there he surely realizes that he iit leading a forlorn hope Other peo ple know it and his epidermis iis penetratehis Health in the Canal Zone The high wages paid makes it n mighty temptation to our young artisians to join the force of skilled workmen needed to construe the Panama Canal Many are reo atraiued however by the fear of fe verB 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 fluenco with Electric Bitters on hand Cures blood poison too biliousness weakness and all atom ach liver and kidney troubles Guaranteed by all leading dealers of Wolfe County 50l Jim Linden of Gilmore was taken suddenly ill Sunday evening I and for quite a while was out of his head Dr Williams was called if totosee him and made another visit f Monday morning ii f DRIVEN AWAY BY TAXATiON Very Large Capital Withdrawn from Kentucky The Case of the Walsh Estate In Lex Ington Points Out a Dangerous Result of Our Tax System TIre manner in which tho tax tyi tern of Kentucky may seriously affec Its business interests was recently given a very striking demonstratloi In Lexington The estate of Mn Clara Bell Walsh amounting to abou 750000 bad been for many year managed by the Security Trust com pany of Lexington as trustee A pc tltton WM SUed recently In the rat ette circuit court asking the court to terminate the tru ttblp go that Mrs Walsh mIght put her property In the hands of a eruct oompany in SI Louis The Security Truii oompalj which had been acting M trustee did not oppose thts suit It being distinctly stated In the petition of Mra Ways that the ttxrvlces of the trust corapan bad been in every way satisfactory but that the taxes Imposed upon her property were too burdensome The peculiar feature of the case lie In the fact that Mrs Walsh herself resides in St Louls nd therefore claims that her personal property should not be taxed at Lulnifonli toe hands ot her trustee The court of appeals having held otherwise am Mrs Walsh not feeling justified In paying a tax rate of 270 on tho stocks bonds and other Investment In the hands of the Kentucky trustee since she could not derive any possl ble good from the payment of this tax decided to remove the property to the state of her residence- A considerable part of the estate was invested in local securities thi bonds of local corporations and real estate mortgages This will meat that the money will gradually be with drawn from investment in these loco securities and reinvested by the St Louis trustee in other securities thus constituting a loss of that much money to enterprises in and around Lexington and Fayette county IIt means just that much greater search of needed capital Tho Lexington Herald has been with great energy and skill showing the result of this sort of taxation ot the business Interests of the state It points out among other things the In consistency In the decisions of oui courts which hold that a man why lives In one Kentucky county and has Intangible psrsonal property such liS stocks bonds or money in the hands of a trustee In another county of Ken Lucky must pay the tax in the county of his residence and not in the county where the trustee resides j but if the owner of the property moves entirely out of the state then he must pay a tax in the county where the uustec resides as well as pay the tax in the state where he takes up his new rest dencc thus constituting double tax atlon Consumed With Taxation In her petition asking for the change in trusteeship Mrs Walsh says Plaintiffs desire it said Clare Bell Walsh be not entitled to a discharge of the trustee that there be a change in the per son of said trustee and if it car be done that the funds and property in trust be transferred to a trustee duly qualified under and resident Ir the state of Missouri where they have their home Plaintiffs state that the reasons why a change of trustee is desired do not in any manner relate to the conduct or fidelity of said trustee but lire on account of the heavy burdens of taxation Imposed on said estate by reason of the residence ol the trustee In a state and city differ ent from the home of the beneficiary Court of Appeals Decision The Herald adds the following fact as to the case Under this decision of the court Mrs Walshs personal prop erty In the hands of the Security Trust company would be liable foi city state and county taxes here and realizing that she a nonresident of the state could derive no possible benefit from taxes paid to the city ot her personal property Mrs Walsh takes this means of getting possession of her property The removal of the estate to another state is a power ful argument against the wisdom 01 the system of taxation in force in Kentucky for though the invest ments made by the trustee in local securities are so sate and highly regarded as to be retained yet when i reinvestments made it Is likely that a large portion of the funds will be Invested elsewhere thus depriving this community and state of so touch badly needed capital for Its progress and development THE HERALD and CourierJour nal one year only 125 I o t y JIlL t FACEfIS Ate J M ROSE SONS IWho will soon advertise their Fall and Winter Goods 1 i e I 1- II a Look Upon This Record of Demo cratic Administration of Public Affairs From 1900 to 1907 Confronted with a bunded and floating debt of over two millions of dollars in WOO the Democratic officials have met and paid it upon a tax rate of fifty cents Every obligation had been met and June 30 last there was in the public treasury 20424299 There will be on deposit at clcse of adminis tration 1250000 Total appropriations of public institutions during seven and one half years of Democratic rule reach in round numbers 2700 000 Every institution has been modernized and is operated under most approved system and a new Capitol provided for Found the military of the State practically merged into an armed mob when they came into power in 1900 as result elite conduct by Bradley and Taylor Gathered up the broken fragments of the or ganization and gradually put it upon an honorable and efficient basis Have followed to the letter the provision of the Constitution that the Militia shall in all cases and at all times be under strict subordination to the civil power This has been the Democratic idea of the use of the military power in Kentucky in contradistinction to the Republican idea as illustrated and enforced by Bradloy and Tay lor Is Willson a better man than his party The average per capita for com mon schools for four years has been raised to 822 with a record per capita this year of 340 which is not padded for a single cent All debts of the school fund are paid and State Normal Schools have been established From a deficit shown each year in the management of the State prisons they have been brought to pay a profit in tneir operation This profit from December 1004 to August 1907 was 206944 Democratic officials have made most advantageous oontnfcts in the history of the prisons the Frankfort prison showing an excess of income over expenditures tor the month of July last of 082123 While accomplishing these things the prisons have been modernized In no department has Demo cratic management accomplished more than in the Agricultural Bu reau Farmers Institutes a State Fair a Labor Bureau expert lec turers a Forestry Department and one of Immigration are interesting farmers in every section and the farmer is having more money devoted to his welfare than ever be fore in the history of the State The Labor Bureau branch has ac complished much for life and health of the laboring classes I- 1tjIII Y JIUIIIy Y UdVi v Vi YYi Ladies Dress Goods In Fancy and Fashionable Patterns Hamburg Laces as fine as looms can make i GENTS FURNISHING GOODS including ties shirts collars suspenders etc Prints of the latest design and Domestics blenched and unbleached a line of Rugs including Brussells and ingrain weaves Oils Paints Drugs Glass Putty Stoves Tinware Crockery c CLOTHING SHOES HATS CAPSi- nV ondless variety and great quantity so low in price you will be bound to buy Did WB hear somebody say GROCERIES Well weve got emaud canned goods of every kindAp ricots Peaches Peas Tomatoes Corn Sweet Tutors and But pshaw I Come and see Respectfully KASH SAMPLE h h A4f h C H WILLIAMS DR PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Offers hie profestioual services to the ct zens of Hazel Green und surrounding coun try and will answer all calls of affliction Office at his residence adjoining Hazel Green Rank E T nosi SOHAMPLK ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and CounselorsatLaw- CAMPTON KY This firm will practice in aU the Courts of Wolfe and adjacent counties Special attention given to Corporation Law and Real Estate Litigation Offices Second Floor Farmers and Traders Ban- kFARM FOR SALE Until sold I otter at private contract my farm situated on the Judy and Mt Sterling turnpike 10 miles from latter place and 5 miles from Judy On 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 all kinds There are 75 acres the majority in blue grass Two good cfoterns one at the house and one at barn with plenty running water Call and see place or write to E T TAULBEE Route 3 Mt Sterling Ky EUokestorEaWINCHESTER N H WITHEKSPOON President Paid Up Capital t 10000000 Undivided Profits t 11000000 Handsome Deposit of over i i i 950000000 This bank solicits the accounts of merchants firmer traders and bus Incas men generally throughout East ern Kentucky and offers its custom erl every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate blaklajt10ct2ly Iif d t y The Lexington Herald announces a cam paign offer ot 100 from August 1st to No vember 15th or for 160 to January 1st The Herald will pay special attention to news of the campaign in Kentucky and the country at large In addition to this It covers the news oj Central Kentucky all does no other paper It is an unexceptional opportunity to get a high class paper This othce will receive subscriptions at this price or will urnish the Lexington Herald and this paper for 185 CECIL BROS AGENTS FOR KERRS PERFECTION 6EVERY SA r IS GUARANTEED AND PRICES RIGHT THE SontnOIn Bailwi Offers very low Round Trip j HOMESEEKERS I IRates To TERRI I TORY LOUISIANA OKLAHO + JftTickets rApplyr Railway Agent or write III t RA lBlt t Louisville Ky i 1 Job Printing tQdate1II i pricesI I I 3 For Thing one lust nt PoorBloods You can trust a medicine tested 60 years I Sixty years of experience think of that I Experience with Ayers Sarsaparilla the original Sarsa tors rilla parilla endorse the the Sarsaparilla strongest for SarsapaII his weak nerves general debility I Hat ereu this ennit Ilot medlelne cannot do III ben work It the flyer l Inoctlr end the bowels cotmiftted For the beat poitlble ro MitUyou tumid Uk Uxttlr dMei ot AYa 1 mil while Uklng tle arsparltla The llrej watgnleklT retpondand to will the bow- ollAXe4tO iaau rso11Maas HAWYlflO AOtJS CURe S CHEIIY PeCTOBAL F 11 Mra Ada Kaah was quite ill Sunday and Monday Robert Cecil left Monday for t Cincinnati to lay in a stockof goods for Cecil Bros Charles E Davis representing H E Bucklin ds Co Chicago Ills was in town yesterday Miss Minnie Johnson of Tal lega is tno guest of Miss Mollie Swango at Swango House Tho funeral of John Brown will all be preached at the Laurel Church by house on Sunday Sept 29th Ga Porter Lacy and wife accompanied bycl Mrs Ellen Jones and little son Troy of all Reordan Ills paid THE HERALD a visit last Saturday of Judge Carter and wife of Bonny came in yesterday to visit Dr Stamper and wife and other friends Judge Finley E Fogg of West Liberty passed through town Tues day en route to Campton on busi ness aclafo tea 111 ar C3 Basra theThe Kind You Hare Always BIt Sl6asttublrGCGlcI J W Prather of Richmond a r minister of the Christian Church I and farmer is at Rittenhouse RanchThe wifeof Nathan Combs near Landeaw on Stillwater died Sunday night and was buried Monday afternoonRoger Bryan of Bryan Good win Hunt Lexington was in town Tuesday on his regular by weekly trip A Mr Andre traveling sales man for Selz Shoe Co of Chicago 1 F was a guest of the Day House Sat urday and SundayII CASTORIAI For Infanta and ChildrenI The Kind You Have Always Bought f Boars tho 4 Signature of i Mrs Ed Cecil has the thanks of the editor and his better eighths for a nice head of cabbage Y and a fine lot of tomatoes 4 Inadvertantly we last week failed 10 notice that au infant son of Frank Young and wife died Sunday September 15th Miss Molly Swango of Swango Honse pold this office a pleasant visit i Thursday and while here renewed subscription of her aunt Mrs Julia Johns of Bridgeport Texas Ii F Pieratt of Madison i iHona part of last week in town attending to some of his business here and left for home yesterday Phil Morris who was in business at Daysboro a few years ago was at Rittenhouse Ranch Sunday and Monday and brought his wife bore to drink the water Mr Morris is now in Fleming coon farming Mrs Judge Wheeler received ta telegram Monday notifying her her fathers death and left by w of Helechawa to be at the buri- t The telegram did not say just wh he died or of what cause He live 3webelieve near Stamping Ground Scott county Henry Murphy bought at the Mt Sterling court ono pair ofof sixyonr old mules for 500 and pair of blank inure mule colts 22 I I hey Rutlir Hughes and wife nee her Nevatfa Nickel I lof Pomnroyton were visiting Mrs Hughes parents Nickell and wile Satur 0dllI Mrs Albert Dye and daughter the Arta Luke returned Sunday from Dan Ky where they have been visiting Mrs G C Mann Mrs Dyes daughter Will Rice of Magofllu county came down Sunday and brought wife Fanny Johnson who is visiting her brother Ellis Johnson Mr Rice returned home Monday Tipton Wilson and sister Miss Esther who were visiting here last week left Saturday for home Miss Esther will go to Memphis Tenn to live with her great undo Frank Trimble Mrs Lou Jones of Roardin Ill who has been visiting her father Frank Johnson for a few weeks to left Wednesday for Kiddville where she will visit for a few days before going home Cures ObiOreatetdiseased flhotpoison cancer carbuncles eating sores eczema Itching risings Dod bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood DDlm D B D Soon sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggist or express 1 per large bottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta D B D IIs especially advlssed for deepseated cases as it cures after else fails A social was held at the home young Dr Center and wife nee India Coldiron Saturday night Quite a crowd of our young people aud themselves awere present enjoyed until the we sma hours Mrs Rilda Day and Miss Falay Long left Sunday for Cincinnati where they will select a stock of millinery for the CecilLong Millinery Emporium Henry Cecil wife and two daughters who were visiting his father Charles Cecil and family left Friday for their home at Moorefiold in Nicholas county John Collinsworth andy son ofI Perry county were visiting Bill Ohair this week with a view of selling the latter a piece of land lying adjacent to his property on Laurel From a letter received last Friday we learn from his daughter Miss Artie that her father Al P Dye now at Middletown Ohio met with a painful accident by the lid of a trunk mashing his hand and we are glad to note that the wound is doing nicely Curtis Rose left yesterday for a two weeks outing the itinery to include Huntington W Va Cincinnati and other points Curt says his has been a strenuous exist once for a time and he thinks he entitled to a little rest Anyhow title or no title he proposes to take it- Bring the news to this office We 1are always glad to have our subscribers send or bring us items of news If each one of our large list of readers would give us one item each week what a grand local paper we could have Send in anything but politics and we shall be thankful iMrs Mattie Bishop who with eher husband Prof E E Bishop has been conducting a high i at Brevard N C is here her sister Mrs John Cecil of the Murphy fork Prf Bishop has accepted the principalship of a college at Thomasville Ga and she goes from here to that point Dr Williams reports the birth a 11 lb girl to the wife of G W I Brooks Stamper Branch Sept 24 Mr Lambort Seary and littto Jack of Ashland are visiting nun t Mrs Dr Williams and cousin Mrs R H Patton A crowd of young people from visited Hazel Green one day last week and took dinner at Day House In the party were Misses Sallie and Minnie Hurst i Miss Gourley of Lexington and Messrs Courtney Combs Tom Wilson and Mr Marshall The Hazel Green Herald one of the best papers in the mountains came out with a twelvepage illus trated edition last week which showed the little town of Hazel Green to be a much better place than we thought for We have never been there Clay City Times A twoyearold boy ion =f a Mr Lewis near Nanny postoflioe was badly hurt by a well swoop falling upon it one day the latter part of the week One thigh waa broken two gashes cut in his headand other bruises It is not expected survive Mrs Ellen Wells of Bedford Iowa formerly of this county but who has not been here before for fifteen years paid office a visit last week accompanied Mr and Mrs W T Caskey Mrs Welld is a sister of Mr Caskey She left her home in Iowa Tuesday accompanied by her sister Mrs Newton Lacy who has not visited the west in about 15 years Hon Joe Rose who bought the old Swango homestead ou Lacy creek just west of Hazel Green is tearing down the old building and will erect a modern twostory dwelling with front verandah James Lacy has the contract and will turn over the keys before Christmas Robert McLin last week bought 45aore boundary of timber of Mike Ohair of Stillwater or Lau rel which represents a virgin for est and Tuesday installed a ma chine to cut the white oak into staves We believe this timber was bought for the SwanDay Lumber Co because George Law rence their estimator figured out the output Quite a number from this town attended the Sundayschool Con vention and Teachers Association- at I Goodwin s Chapel last Saturday among whom were Prof M 0 Car ter and wife Prof C E Clarke Mrs Dye and daughter Arta Miss South and Miss Hazel Ringo All took dinner at the home of Aunt Lizzie Stamper and the din ner prepared by our Aunt Liz was one of the grandest affairs For Sale To settle up the estate of Wm Preston Trimble deceased the Trimble homestead located in Hazel Green Ky and embracing 00 to 75 acres of ground with a dwelling of five or six rooms with stable good garden etc Will be sold at private contract Apply to- W T WHALEY or- s HABLAN TRIMBLE A Family Reunion Miles Murphy of Bedford Iowa who left here 15 years ago the 29th of August returned on the date to visit his old home and friends since which time he has been among them On Saturday the 28th iust his brother Kelse Murphy of Nanny will set a din ner in hoUor of 11 J Murphys visit and all of the brothers and sisters D M Murphy and family i H C Murphy and family Clay Murphy and family i Wm Yocum iand family Jeff Halsey and fam familyIgj John J Goad and family are expected to be present It will be a memorable occasion and all look forward to it with happy anticipa tion 0000000000000000000000 That hacking coughcontinues t tyBecause your system is exhausted and 01 your powers of resistance weakened 0Take Scotts Emulsion systemnldigestdOaQttQtIQttOt OO OOOOOOOOO Jo tJ o 114 Tho Kind You Have Always Bought and which has beea in uso for over 30 years has borne tho signature of and has been made under his pe- rc2Mv sonal supervision since ItsInfancy r Allow no one todeceive you In this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health of Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gone Drops and Soothing Syrups Jt is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine Bor other Narcotto substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worn and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation awl Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tike Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural ateep The Children Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 3O Years TM II oanu OOMMNT TT HUIIIUV eTaaT MCW Town om preserve te Shadow OrB Sittp Fades ip While in the enjoyment of health and looking your best you should have your picture made I have the only gallery a net of Mt Sterling fitted with a skylight and am prepared to make PHOTOGRAPHS IN ANY STYLE OF FINISH that is known to the art and in sizes rom 1x2 to 3x7 inches Every thing I turn out isi guaranteed in both material and workmanship and having rendered satisfaction to all my past patrons I am confident that I can do so with all future customers A trial will convince you better than a column of newspaper tal k BQyl make pictures of Family Groups and Dwellings and will answera all calls to the country Gallery on State Street Hazel Green Ky Call and see samples and learn prices ELLSWORTH LACY JG4OrJCX CCn4000i4 044i31 + 1M CGt L Gr N sCrJO4000pi yH F PIERATTtpreSidentJE F CECIL VicePresnt MARION KNIGHT Cashier S G SAMPLE Attorney Qiapttttl gJtccftJ + i 1500000 iii iiiiL lli Ai 1DIRECTORSE H SMITH HF PIERATT T M LEE J P ROSE J T WHALEY BEN MURPHY H E ONEY E F CECIL Ii JAMES B ELKINS This Bank solicits the accounts of Merchants Farmers traders and Business Men generally Most Liberal Terms within the limits of legitimate banking ClW CECILRODERT CEOlli CECIL BROS eKeep in stock at all times a complete line of everything that is usually kept in a Firstclass General Store Dry Goods Clothing Boots Shoes Hats Caps Hardware Queensware Tinware etc Before you part with your money learn their prices It will pay you They have a special line of Boots Shoes That they invite you examine When you are in towu cell in and see them They will be pleased to show good whether you buy or not Quality and Pries is thc motto of this store If you havent got in the habit of 0trading at CECIL BROS Get the Habit GDO BI E UNDERTAKERHAZEL I j I have several fine Coffioa in my shop and am prepared to make Itany style to order and on the moat reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse and will attend all burials when so requested Public patronage is respectfully solicited I 25tf GEO RICE TIlo gNEIfsefieL LEXINGTON KY Offer for the Spring of 1907 a large line of Fruitand Ornameu tal Trees Evergreens Grape Vine Asparagus Shrubs Rhubarb and Small Fruits We have no agents Strawberry and general catalogues on applicai tion to H F HILLENMEYER SONS I i i Send your job work to this OFFICE yzyr lIIr II1- It JP q I 1 THE HERALD Hazel Green Its Paper and Its People The Hazel Green Herald Bro Spencer Coopers paper comes to UB this week a twelve page edition silt calendared paper profuselyI illustrated The occasion thereof is the Hazel Green Academy which school was founded in that enter priBing little city in 18S5 Many of the pictures which adorn the pages of THE HERALD are familiar to the editor of The Republican and recall vividly his experience in that city in 18850 when as a compositor in THE HERALD office he became acquainted with the good people of that place Old faces crowd before me Old forms go trooping past Senator W 0 Mize and wifeI J Taylor Dayin his time the merchant prince ofthe moun tains G B Swango afterward a State officer and others are there These are only a few of the cour ageous and enterprising citizens who over great obstacles have made the mountains of Kentucky deservedly famous as the home of honest able patriotic and Chris tian men and women The Hazel Greeu Academy is but oue of a number of education ial institutions which have reha bilitated the mountains of Ken tucky Groenup Republican OAS1ORAEW- l1he The Kind You Hate Always Bought Blgntnrc YfIPct The Hazel Green Herald came out last week with a special edi tion and write up of the school and business firms of that place The issue is quite creditable and gives one a good idea of things in Hazel Green Editor Cooper is to be congratulated and the people of that city should feel proud of THE HERALDBerea News Education As a Civilizer Speaking of the Hazel Green Academy reminds us that the best way of civilizing and Christianiz lug a people is to educate them Once enlightened the universal demand of human nature for wor ship asserts itself The ministry is all rightindispensablebut is only a lame implement of civilization without its coworktr the Collegiatelnstitute feeds are a thing of the past in andlJacksonGreen Camptontime would fail us to enumeratethe educator is doing wonders for the mountains of Kentucky The crack of the j Winchester and Colts navy are rapidly being puporceded by the enlightening influences of the church and school and industrial i development Gretnup Republican f Troy 1ierutt of Kiddville Ky NancyMapel The Cause of ManyII Sudden Deaths There Is a disease prevailing In this country most dangerous because so decep 1 live Many sudden ri dealhsarecausedbyIt I pneumonia heart iiIfailure or apoplexy the result ofkidneydiseaseIfII 1 kldnrytrouble I IlowedtoadvancetheI ikidneypoIsonedNT blood will aHack the JCw vital organs or the kidneys themselves break down and waste sway cell by cell Bladder troubles most always result from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure Is Obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys If you are feeling badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and bladder remedy ltcorrectslnabillty to hold urine andscald Ing pain In passing it and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its won derful cures of the most distressing cases SwampRoot is pleasant to take and sold by all druggists In fiftycent and onedollar sized bottles YoumaylChave a sample this wonderful new dis W1 H1W covery and a book that tells all about it both Uom ofsw pRoot tent free by mall Address Dn Kilmer Co BInghamtonNY When writing mention reading this generous offer in this paper Dont make any mistake tm jemember II ihzme Swamp Root Dr Kllmrr addresEingaamtoaN LT I What is medicine for To cure you if sick you say one medicine will not cure every kind of sickness because different ItButact on different parts of the body One medicine goes to the liver to the spine Wine of Cardui to the womanlyorgans So that ILwhy I BulldsWine of Carduihas proven so efficacious in most cases of womanly disease Try itJ Wm Turner of BartonvlUe III writes I suffered for years with female diseases and doctored V FMrs My back and head would hurt me and I suffered agony with bearingdown pains At last of Cardui and now I am In good health Sold everyvhere In 100 bottles Book for Women If you need Medial WRITE US A LEITERWrlletodayforafrreCOWofvluable64pqelllustrate4 will be sent In plain e W avclop 121 Mina 11es Advlsory Dept Qutunooca Co ChatUnoetaTenn New Democratic Paper The Jackson Democrat published at the metropolis of Breathitt county Jackson and edited by L C Hovermale formerly of the Frenchburg Agitator and more recently the Ciimpton Courier is the latest newspaper that has appear ed in this section Mr Hovormale will continue his citizenship in Campton where he is the law partner of Grover Allen and edit the paper from that point while E C Hyden a young branch of Blackstone will attend to the business end at place of publica tion The policy of the paper as one might opine who is conversant with Lons proclivities is uncompromisingly Democratic and will greatly aid the party in these parts We Do Our Best We have tried in all possible ways to show our opnreciation of the liberal patronage given us since coming to this town In the columns of our paper we have fought for our town to the best of our ability We would not be egotistical but believe by using this paper as a weapon wo have been enabled to render some assist ance to the enterprise and growth of our little town If our paper has pleased you we are fully re paid for the hard labor we have given it and can promise our readers that in the future it will be far superior to the past as we have decided to give more atten tion and work to the local field knowing our readers appreciate a spicy local paper THE HERALD and CourierJour nal only 125 Now is your time to subscrib- eD RS C M W T CENTER PHYSICIANS SURGEONS HAZEL OHKKN KY Partners in practice will make diseases of women and children a specialty Ob stetric call promptly attended day or night Office hour from 0 to 10 a m CtRES RHEUMATISM LUMBAQO SCIATICA NEURALGIA and KIDNEY TROUBLE SOIiGPS taken internally ride the blood cf the polooous matter and sold which are the direct causes of these diseases Applied externally tt ffordi almost in unt relief from pain white a permanent cure Is being effected by purifying the blood dissolving the poisonous sub stance and removing It from the system DR 8 D BLAND or Drewton OB writest 1 bed born aaerer tor a nombw et Joan with LumtMgo Sod RQeumaUim IB tar arms ud Ixflud rind tU U rraixUM U4 I could titter from otdlcH wro end Shoo oouulud witha number of tile bMt phTticUubm found DotblDtr Ittt gre tile relief obulntd from PrimeIto FREEIt yon ue suffering with Rheumalllm Neuralgic Kidney Trouble or any kin dred disease wfltesoustot trial bottle of BDBOPS and test It yourself s DROPS cm be treed any length of time without acquiring a drug habit entirely free cocaine alotk0 laudanum sadotter similar Ingredients LrggfaDttl sOSOPIeeDeee- stoc yssbyDrggbte eWAHSOl WEDM11I NRIIOIIUIY- Dtpi 8e MO Ik aUMt CktMo COMMISSIONERS NOTICE 0 Wolfe Circuit Court Kentucky 0 LOOAX LINDOX Administrator ritf1 EquityEWfADETlI J Notice is hereby given to tho Creditors of Joseph Miller deceased that the un derslgned Commissioner of the Wolfe Circuit Court under an order in the above Camptonfrom styled cause will attend at the I the 14th day of September 1007 to receive and hear proof of claims against said Decedent and that all claims not requiredbywill be forever barred CC FULKS M C W C C THE KENTUCKY COLONEL And His Beautiful WileI Printed in the Interest of the New Kentucky Germantown j This is the only magazine of its kind published in Kentucky In it will be found the ideas and opinions of tbe best people in the State The cream of Ken tucky literature will find its way to the columns of the COLONEL The tone is uplifting affcrd to do without the COLONEL and I His WIFE It Features of the September number- J C W Beckham and his fight for a New KentuckyAugustus E Wilson A character sketch The Farmers Fight against Monopoly In KentuckyJames N Kehoe Religion in the Kentucky Mountains R B Seal Pre emptioa Humorous allegoryW II PepperThe of the Kentucky DoyJI K Taylor Kulgbts of the Golden Circle The new magazine Is receiving the atten tlon of literary people over the entire State and from present indications It xrlll 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 60 cents a yearWe i are pleased to state that we have made I clubbing arrangements with the publisher J of the KENTUCKY COLONEL so that we can Iiirnish It with TilE HERALD one year for 135 Send your subscription to this oilier I and do it now so you won t a copy I Millin ru The ladies of townl and surrounding com munity are invited to call and see our new SPRING SUMME- Line of- Everything 1itJ i ttnew andl uptodate erTRIMMED HATS readytowear Hat Frames Flowers Ii Ribbons etc Millinery Materials of all kinds We carry a complete line of ladies wear Silk dress patterns Waists HosieryGloves1 Call and see before buying else where Respectfully CECILLONG MILLINERY d b 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 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 0 CERTIFICATE the STATE DIPLOMA The ACADEMIC COURSE well equips the student for the SOPH CollegeThe of Eight Teachers ICareful attention is given to each student IS FREE 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 HIJJ DERTHICK Principal p- 4ONE jt DOLAR BUYS TftO mountain People of KentuGkg This popular hook which is now in its fourth edition will fort limited time be sold for 100 the copy pottage prepaid to any point in the country Press told people are Jowl in praise of it and patriotism prompts many to buy it Vhy not you You will want it for your children t No better testimony to tbe worth and success of that most admirable work done for the Kentucky mountaineers may be found than this book by Win H Haney a mountain boy Mr Haney is 23 years old he was horn In Morgan County and Lean excellent ex ample of self reliance typical of his sturdy race He has conquered difficulties of pover ty and other hampering circumstances defraying the expense of his own education by the work ot his bands while he was at Hazel Green Academy lierea and Kentucky State College Meantime he has purchased a home for his father and mother has written this yearTwo life as It actually Is and to correct the wrong impressions of it others have striven to foist on the public Mr Haney gives an historical sketch of tho mountain people attributing to inherited traits and the Kentucky environment the characteristics that distinguished them Social conditions Feuds Industries Education Politics Religion and the Out look successful alTord Mr Minify subjects for interesting discussion He has known mountain life in its earlier conditions oa well as In recent years when conditions have been torn what Improved great as Is still the need for more improvement and for earnest s help from the outside world beyond the mountains Though Indeed one of the wisest r things Mr Haney says Is tbat it is not only help from beyond the mountains that is need ed As he suggests that If the mountain people who have bad the benefit of will give some of their lives to those of their blood whom they understand alien teachers could do this will be a decided gain for the mountain Mr Haney writes in a direct style in good english tbat reflects credit educationitoown industry and his teachers He is intelligent sympathetic optimistic his considerations of the mountain people He recognizes the need for provements the teaching ofscientific farming and other immediate needs us higher needs of these peple who offer such a splendid challenge to the worker In sociology education and religion CourierJournal 100 Buys It Address THE HERALD postpaid Hazel Green Ky FOB SALE inRClark County situated in the Becknerville neighborhood on the Booneshorough and Athens pike and contains 74 ACRES OF GOOD LAND has a large nice dwelling with 10 rooms and beautifully located Has hares enough to house 15 acres of tobacco or to stall 50 head of horses Must be seen to be appreciated ALSO TRACT No2 adjoining the above containing 05 acres and has on it a cottage house and a 0 acre tobacco barn Call at the home or address L C PIGG Athens Ky Job Printing ofEvery Description Done at this office A I t 2 BuggieS Buggies If The citizens of Hazel Green and this vicinity ore herewith informed that they homeI Jlf madel 41 and nt reasonable prices I dont han andthosewillhavel6YRemember if you want a FIRST 1satisfactionCLASS j 1supplyi ICallI my Green Respectfully JOHN H ROSE i j i ili