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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i A THE HAZEL GREEN HERALDo Established March 41885 Made Famous In the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell == == o TWENTYTHIRD YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 3 1907 NUMBER 8il BP YearsOwnern Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect Hoy 18 1906 on WEST BOUNDw 0No1 JIII IIKI No3 Diiiyers STATIONS II Dall IndW Sunday 1 r Sunday EAMI 6 10 am 0 Jackson 0 2 20 pm 6 18 pm OK Junction 2 25 pm 7 07 am 20 BeattyveJc 20 3 20 pm 7 30 am 40 Torrent 40 3 41 pm 7 45 am 44 Nat Bridge 44 3 65 pm 7 43 am 3 57 pm 8 16 am 57 Stanton 57 4 26 pm 8 25 am 62 Clay City 62 4 35 pm 900am 70 LEJuncn 70 507pm 9 12 am 90 Winchester 90 5 20 om I 65 am 94 Lexington 943O5 pm EAST 130UNDcJ I ell 1121 No4- e hiESandayI PM LyeAMI Lye 925 pm 0 Lexington 01 7 35 am 810 pmO Winchester 20 8 13 am 3 25 pm LEJunctionM 8 26 pm 4 00 pm 40 Clay City40 9 02 am 4 10 pm 44 Stanton 44 9 10 am 4 40 pm Campton Juntn 9 38 pm 4 45 pm 57 Nat Bridge 57 9 43 am 4 57 pm 62 Torrent 62 9 56 am 5 18 pm 70 BeattyveJc 7010 17m 6 10 90 OKJancn 80 1115 am 6 15 pm94l JacJuon 94 11 20 am of CONNECTIONS L A E JUNCTION Trains NOl 12 and in3 will make connection with the C 0 By for Mt Sterling CAbPTOK JUNCTION Tr lni No 1 2 I and 4 connect with the Mountain Centrai Ky for Pine Ridge and Campton by BKATTYVLLK JUNCTION Tralni Noi 2 in And 4 will make connection at BeaUyrille with the L and A Railway for paurngeri to and from O 4 K Beattvl11ebConnect with station on the O K Railway W A MCDOWELL General Manager OBABSCOTT Gen Pail Agent OHIO KENTUCKY RAILWAY TIME TABLE MAY 21 1905 WEST BOUND No 38 E I No 21 Dally Sunay ex = STATIONS = DailYdex PM Ann 0 27 PM Ana 5 20 6 Cannel City 22 12 35II 4 65 11 Helechavra 20 12 4 45 18 Lee City 13 12 13 I 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 3 52 22 Wllhurst 6 11 44t8 10 27 OK Junction 0 11 t 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND No 84 I X No 22ii DailYIex A STATIONS Daily ex Sunday r Sunday AM LVE PM LYE 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 7 33 21 Helecbawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hampton 13 1 44 8 87 10 Wllhurst 20 151 I 9 25 1 OK Junction 22 2 25II 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30II 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 waySuperintendent c BUN MURPHYDE- ALER i JN GENERAL STORES NEOLA KYIOffers the citizens in and around Hele chavra the best line of goods ever seen in t this section at the price A big round dollar spent with him will bring youI more in return than it would anywhere Country produce and railroad ties takenI in exchanga for good II and your patronage is respectfully solicited Until you buy from him you will never know how saveImuch you can J I KILLTHI COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS j WITH Dr Kings DiscoveryCONSUMPTION t FOR j Sureat and Quickest Cure for all J rBOl1DII LBS or MONEY BAOL Ao CAMPTON CURRENCY 0 B R Jouett is in town this week businessL of Jackson here last week C S Sample and son Daniel in town last week- I R Hollon has sold his lot on Marion street to S M Tutt Hon W 0 Mize of Hazel Green was attending court here last week Miss Nettie Gourley of Lexington after a two weeks visit at this place left for hr me yesterday Sherman Brothers are drilling a water well on the lot recently pur by S M Tutt S S Combs of Madison county in town this week looking after interests in the court here I Quite a number of Campton people attended the funeral eervi jj- ces o John Brown at Laurel last SundayWill Rose has sold his stock of f I groceries to Moore Adams and will move with his family for North Middletown Ohio Dr J R Carroll is visiting some the Central Kentucky towns this week with a view to locating the Bluegrass in the near future Marion Knight Cashier of the J Hazel Green Bank accompanied J Joe Pieratt of Campton were Campton recently on business Mr Cook for some months past of the Combs House j vacated and Will Willis of j Winchester will take charge today MJBBCB G W Fleenor of Jackson accompanied by Miss Edna Hurst of Roxer visited the tatters sister Mrs A B Cox of this place recentlyThe of K W A gave the students of that institution asocial in the Academy Chapel Fri day night Sept 20 It was a very enjoyable affair The well drilled by J W More head Co on the W E White lease on Bear Pen Creek came in dry last week No extension of the oil pool in that direction Hon S M Nickel of West Liberty was attending court here last week He was conducting the de I fense in the case against the Dykes Brothers charged with the murder of Hawk Tutt The new Presiding Elder of the- M E Church for this the Lexing ton district held his first quarterly meeting at this place on the 21st end 22d of September He is a scholarly and interesting preacher Special Judge Dorsey called the case of the Commonwealth vs W R Day in court here last week and passed the same until Wednesday October 2 that the Commonwealth might obtain some of its most im portant witnesses S G Druphel one of the principal witnesses in the case living at Edna Texas is expected to arrive today C C Fulka and family Joel Gevedou and family and H H Combe and wife all leave Lexing ton today for the Sunny South They have bought farms in South western Texas and will make theI Lone Star State their future home The best wishes of a host of WolfeI county kindred and friends goI with them and they are commend ed to the good people of the com munity where they are locating The jury in the case of tho Commonwealth against George DykesI for the murder of Hawk Tutt after having had the caBOBiibmit ted to them for five days wereI finally discharged Monday morn ing ay being hopelessly hung The jury stood six for conviction and six for acquittal The jury trying Martin Fugate charged with killing Campbell Razor col ored after three days deliberationt could not agree and were discharg ed Monday The case of the Com monwealth against Scott MoQuinn I for the killing of Frank Smith re sulted in an acquittal In the civil action of James M Jt Boothes heirs vs Wm Boothe judgment was entered for plain tiffs Miles Fallen vs The HazelJJ Green Oil and Gas Co judgment for plaintiff J D Spencer vs Ed Profitt judgment for plaintiff Cal Cundiff vs Asa Rose judg ment for defendent Oot 1 S G S OAsrOJ1ABear theThe Kind You Hare AlwaysI Botghi Blgnatareof 4TRENT MISSIVES 0J M Trent moved back tJ old Laurel one day last week Willie Byrd of Grassy attended the funeral service at Trent Miss Ida Blankenship attended the meeting at Laurel Sunday Cal Cnndiff of Trent made a flying trip to Campton Monday T M Lee and wife were theII guests of Cal Cuudiff and family I SundayQuite a crowd attended the fun eral of John Brown at Laurel SundayRichard Herald of Oakdale was driving with his best girl Saturday I evening Guess whoIMrs Cal Cundiff and daughter Miss Ora were in town shopping MondayQuite a number were the guests of Cal Cundiff and family Sunday About twentyfive took dinner among whom were Mr Dennis and family of Maytown Sept 80 MAXIMAS PET I His Dear Old Mother liMy dear old mother who is now eightythree years old thrives on Electric Bittere writes W B Brunson of Dublin Ga She has taken them for about two yearsI and enjoys an excellent appetite feels strong and sleeps well Thats the way Electric Bitters af fect tho aged and the same happy results follow in all cases of female weakness and general debility Weak puny children too are greatly strengthened by them Guaranteed also for stomach liver and kidney troubles by all leading druggists of Wolfe coun ty at 50Xf LANDSAW LACONICS o Saving fodder is the order of tho dayJ WOmbs is preparing to erect a nice dwelling at the Seminary Logan Linden of Gillmore was visiting at Landsaw the past week Miss Mary Miller is very sickat this writing and has been for some time NV H Taylor bought of Bas Mc Guire on the 27tha mare Price 8000E Kash has the lumber on the ground and is preparing to enlarge his storehouse Bas McGuire is preparing to locate in the West and will start about the 10th of October E T Kash sold to Rose and Campbell on the 25th twentyeight head of nice yearling steers Clay Cecil and brother have been in this section the past week bal ing hay for A 0 Kash Sons J M Tester an attorney of Landsaw returned from Campton where he has been attending court Miss Ollie Swango has been em ployed to teach the Tar Ridge Pub lie School aid began teaching the 23dA fine cow belonging to A C Kash broke into a corn field last weekand died from the effects eating too much There is a protracted meeting in progress at the Murphy School house conducted by Revs Murphy Madden and Hatton Died on Sept 22d at 11 oclock pi in Mrs Sylvia Combs wife of N L Combs She leaves a hus band and six children to mourn her loss Sept 29 ANON L JoJ SEARCHES FOR SON I Heartbroken Mother Asks the Po lice to Find Her Boy CINCINNATI 0 Sept 29Mrs James Hargis wife of Judge Har gis has been in Cincinnati since yesterday searching for her son Beech Hargis 22 years of age who has been missing from his home for four weeks She made an ef fort to find her boy and enlisted friends to join in the search Fi nally the heartbroken mother gave up the search and notified the police Mrs Hargis says she will remain in this city until she finds something definite concerning her son STATE OF OHIO CITY OF TOLEDO 1 99LuCAsj Frank J Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the City of Toledo county and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrhcure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and sub scribed in my presence this Oth day of December A D 1880 W GLEABON S l lAS SEAL Noto Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 Take Halls Family Pills for constipation I A Dread Disease IThe big head is a popular way of expressing a common and very frequent ailment It aripes from various sources but the real foun dation is the lack of sense A litI tle money develops it in some peo ple a few good clothes gives it to others i a little office where a chance is given to exercise a little authority is often the cause of itIwhile others get it having a little better job than their associates The truth is no sensible man gets the big head The one who became stuck up and stiffnecked from sources of any kind are weak in the intellectual caliber Out of Sight Out of sight out of mind is an old saying which applies with special force to a sore burn or wound thats been treated with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its out of sight out of mind and out of existence Piles too and chil blains disappear under its healing influence Guaranteed by all lead druggists of Wolfe county at 5g A Card To the Voters of Wolfe County Having been solicited by Demo 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 a candidate for said office subject to the will and action of the Dem ocratic 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 twentyone years of age havo 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 conf sider my candidacy and if I am nominated and elected I will de vote my time and attention to tho duties of said office and that the door of said office will be open dur ing all businosn hours of the day to transact any business that may come to said offitie Solicitiugyour support and with best wishes for the Great Common People I re main yours for success ROY SMITH Sick HeadacheWhen is a storm in the nervous system centering in the brain This irritation produces pain in the head and the turbulent nerve current sent to the stom ach causes nausea vomiting This is sick headache and is dangerous as frequent and prolonged attacks weaken the brain resulting in loss of memory inflammation epi lepsy fits dizziness etc Allay this stormy irritated aching condition by taking Dr Miles AntiPain Pills They stop the pain by sooth ing strengthening and reliev ing the tension upon the nerves not by paralyzing them as do most headache remedies Dr Miles AntiPain Pills do not contain opium morphine chloralcocaine or similar drugs Sick headache Is hereditary In my family Jly father suffered a great deal and for many years I have hail spells that were so severe that I was unable to attend to my business affairs for a day or so at a time Durlna a tookDrrelieved me almost immediately Since slioncomingJOHN J McERLAlN Frea 8 B Eng Co south Bend Ind Dr Miles AntiPain Pills are sold by your druggist who will guarantee that the tint package will benefit It It moneyt5In bull Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind FLORID AI CUBA THE WINTER PLAYGROUND t Easily and Quickly Reached via the SOUTHERN RAILWAY AND QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE Fast and Convenient Schedules Com fortable Pullman Equipment Lining Car Service ATTRACTIVE TOURS through Florida including a delightful ilea voyage to Havana Cuba Key Yeafc or KiKsau N P at low rates VARIABLE ROUTE TICKETS ruing via Asheville tied the Land ot the Sky returning direct or vice versus with stop over privilege FLORIDA SPECIAL in service again beginning January 7th Solid Train with the latest Pullman Equipment to Jacksonville and St Augustine without change Florida Lim Iiced now on daily Cheap Hoiueseebers Tickets on sale tIt Texas Oklahoma Indian Territory Arkansas Kaunas and other points in the Wet Southwest and Southeast Decem ber 18th JanuNry tat and 15th Febru e ary Lib anti pith and March 5 and 19th BFor illustrated Literature Rates and complete information address any Agent of the Southern Railway or J F LOltAN T P A Lexington Ky C H HUVUEUFORD DP A Louisville Ky C BEAM Jr A G P A St Louis Alo I MAGAZINE READERS SUIfSET MAGAZINE odstories 50aadall the Far Wuta1W CAMERA CRATT devoted each moatli to the ar liitic reproduction el the but 100work of amateur and prolaal a jtttphotographers ROAD Or A THOUBAHP WOROEUS a book of 75 page containing I f 075plClureaquetad Oregon Total 325 All for 150 Address all orders to SUNSET MAGAZINE Flood Building 5r Francisco BuyaTaa Ion MttcUiU merit OIIr a nI tkqr ua tile mainstay cf tAe coanwity lfuctUlsle J I r 2 ITHE HERALD Entered at the UMel Qre n Post ofltce aeeoad cln je matter J SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Oct 8 1907 ANNOUNCEMENTS authorized to announce DYERWeare Dyer as a candidate for the office of Jailer of Wolfe County nub ject to the action of the Democratic par ty Working Man a Conscientoua Voter No man who goes iuto an elec tion booth to exercise his right of suffrage is more jealous of that right more desirous that his action be in the interest of the great masses of the people of his State and especially of those of his own class who make up a great major ity of its citizenship than is the man who earns his living and maintains his fatally by manuel labor in workshop mill and mine No class of the citizenship of Kentucky more carefully weighs and judges of the merits of the candi dates presented from whom to make his choice nor looks closer into affairs of government consid ering his opportunities to do so Appreciating the fact that Ken tucky is fast developing its great resources in mineral and other wealth its brains and its muscles and its fast taking rank as a man ufacturing State the Democratic party has during the past eight years since it returned to power in the State and has managed its pub lie affairs looked well to promot logi legislation which would be to the interest of the working man and for his welfare not only in his employment but in his home in the payment of his taxes in the I inIdigontin the reformation of the criminal classes for in theso the working man has the same interest as any other class of our follow citizens It is charged against the Demo cratic party in Kentucky by its op ponents that it has given more of the public money to the charit able institutions to the penal in stitutions and to the schools of the State than did the Repub powerfrommade to show that this increased expenditure has fallen heavily upon the shoulders of the man who works for hisliving In answer to these charges the Democratic party admits that it has spent more money for these purposes than did the Republican officials but in making these admissions it challenges the Republican leaders andorators to show that any of such expenditures were foolish or unwarranted It points with pride to the charitable and penal insti tutions of the State From anti quated institutions the homes for the unfortuhate insane have been brought up to the highest standard in their history Cold storage and ice plants laundry plants and modern sanitary arrangements of today have made these institutions the most comfortable homes in stead of prison houses which sorrowing relatives and friends were shocked to visit From darkened dungeons the cells of the penitentiaries have become habitable places well ventilated heated and becomepacestion instead of detention camps where the most brutal tteatment was formerly administered A Criminal Attack On an inoffensive citizen is fre quently made in that useless little tube called the appendix Its generally the result of protracted constipation following liver tor por Dr Kings New Life Pills regulate the liver prevent appen dicitis and establish regular habits leadingdruggists Missouris Case Like Kentuckys Missouri has been laboring under a dlfflcultylMts tax system nearlyex actly similar to that of Kentucky A tax commission has beeP at work In Missouri and In line with the tax com missions of other progressive states It has found no solution of the difficulties of the situation short of a constltu tlonal amendment that will give the legislature greater liberty In dealing with the question but It also points out that such an amendment Is chiefly desirable because It will lead to sepa ration of the sources of state revenue from the sources of county revenue The comments of the Missouri tax commission are so pertinent to the situation In Kentucky that the follow- Ing extracts will be found of Interest We all agreed that the first step In any tax reform Is the separation of the sources of state and local revenue This change would not require the exemption of any class of property from taxation The proposed change may be effected by the adoption of a single constitutional amendment The general features of this sepa ration of the sources of state and local revenues may be briefly summarized The state would discontinue the levy of a general property tax upon the real and personal property of the state leaving the assessment and collection of this tax to the coun ties and municipalities for local pur poses This would make a saving of the large expense IncIdent to the present dual system alt would also dispense with the work of the State Board of Equalization connected with the attempted equalization of assess ments of real and personal property among the counties of the state The state would thereafter derive Its revenue through Its inherent gen eral power of taxation upon general subjects of taxation as by licenses corporation taxes Inspection fees and such other forms of taxation as the general assembly may determine The different rates of assessment in the different counties enforced by the different demands for local revenue would no longer produce inequality in taxation with reference to the state tax The remedy proposed Is in our opinion the only effective remedy Each community could fix its own rate of valuation as its local needs may require without subjecting Its citizens to the Injustice of being compelled to pay an undue share of state taxation There Is now a certain kind of home rule In taxation which consists In the variation of the rates of assessment upon property according to the local needs of the community some counties paying taxes on 70 or SO per cent of the real value of property and others only 20 or 30 per cent The report of the Tax Commission of 1903 says It Is in the bounds of truth to say that no two counties of the state have the same rule for the assessment of all classes of property and generally speaking there Is absolutely no unl formity as to the proportion of the cash value taken as a basis of the assessed value Some counties value real estate so far as our reports show as low as 30 per cent of Its selling price while others have a 90 per cent basis Some assess real estate at 33111 per cent and tangible personal prop erty at 50 per cent The commission concluded that there was an absolute want of equality In taxation This Inequality can not be reme died by the State Board of Equallza tion for the obvious reason that the high rate of assessment In certain counties Including the city of St Louis is enforced by the pressing demand for revenue for local requirements The board can not raise the assessments of the counties which make a low valuation as that would be Imposing an unnecessary burden upon those communities- We see no remedy for this existing inequality and resulting Injustice ex cept in the separation of the sources of state and local revenue Under the plan proposed the state would retain all of Its Inherent powers of taxation except as to the general property tax upon real and personal property which would be assessed and collected by counties and cities for local purposes The state now levies a tax upon Insurance companies dramshops express companies sun dry corporations license and Inspec tion taxes and a collateral Inheritance tax What other forms of taxation may be adopted will be for the Gen eral Assembly In Its discretion to de termine The system proposed re quires no change In the existing limi tations upon the tax rates of the counties cities and school districts The change recommended requires no modification of the methods of as sessing the property of railroads and other public service corporations by the State Board of Equalization That system Is statutory and its continu ance or modification Is subject to the control of the General Assembly Should the present system be contin ued whereby the assessed valuation made by the state board is appor tioned to the counties the General Assembly should Continue the present state tax valuation and provide for its dire payment Into the state treasury Take The Herald only 7 5c a year r T1tII frCEyIs RESERVED I J M ROSE SONS 5fWho will soon advertise their Fall and Winter Goods y f I Death of Mrs Ayres Mrs Martha Ayres widow of Will Ayres and sister of Mrs Lee Caskey died at the home of her sister Wednesday evening at 5 oclock aged about 78 years She was buried Thursday ateruoon in tLe graveyard on Grassy Circulate the Money at Home One of the many growing evils of this country today is the city department store In our town where we have the best of stores the nice honorable of merchants and where goods are sold at I mar I respectablemen thousands of dollars are an nually sent to the department storey of our great cities Farm ers expect our merchants to pay then a fancy price for butter i eggs and poultry for their pump kius potatoes apples and tomatoes and they take the money re ceived from our home merchants and send it to a city department store There is neither economy or honor in such a manner of do ing business You can write itI down in your hut that as a the department store is a swindle Our citizens who patronize them should be compelled to ship their butter and eggs to them There is not a business man in our tcwn who will not duplicate their prices for the same quality of goods and he whoturns down his home mer chants to patronize these fakirs is far from being a good citizen FARM 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 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 ot all kinds There are 75 acres the majority in blue grass Two good cisterns 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 Tie Ulster Bank WINCHESTER KY N H WITRERSPOON President Paid Up Capital t 810000000 Undivided Irollti I 11000000 ofxrover I t t 880000000 This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and bus- Iness nen generally throughout East ern Kentucky and offers Its customers every facility and the most liberal legitimatebanking r J V A NEW MILLINERY ADDRESS MAKING ESTABLISHMENTS missos Kanoo MaiieIPcrI IID OVER KASH R SAMPLES 1a HAZEL GREEN KYI vJe t i4MissesJ MAPEL TROY Announce to the ladies of Hazel Green and the surrounding coun try that they have just opened an uptodate Millinery and Dress Making Establishment Our line of hats are the most artistically i trimmed ever seen in Hazell Green many of them being pattern hate and as they were selected by au expert milliner they are sure to pleaaa the most fastidious in taste In addition to the millinery business which includesall the lat est trimmings we have It Dress Making Department complete with charts etc ready to cut and make Ladies and Childrens Shirt Wafcti Sacks and indeed all kinds of sewing Wo are located overaeh do Samples store and we assure you that all our goods are firlStolalll1 and prices as low as anywhere Call and see the stock for yourself Soliciting your patronage we remain Yours Respectfully MAPEL TROY YV YY Y 1 V 3iYV fYvJWY VJiIV JY 1Ladies Dress Goods In Fancy and Fashionable Patterns Hamburg Laces as fine as looms can make i GENTS FURNISHING GOODS in cluding ties shirts collars suspenders etc Prints of the latest design and Domestics bleached and unbleached i a line of Rugs including Brussells and ingrain weaves Oils Paiuts Drugs Glass Putty Stoves Tinware Crockery o CLOTHING SHOES HATS CAPS in endless variety and great quantity so low in price you will be bouud to buy Did we hear somebody say GROCERIES Well weve got emand canned goods of every kindAp ricots Peaches Peas Tomatoes Corn Sweet Taters and But pshaw 1 Come and see Respectfully KASH SAMPLE F AF FhA Ao r AGoro o c I C H WILLIAMS DR PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Offers his profestlonal services to the cit 1 zens of Hazel Green and surrounding country and will answer all calls of affliction Office at his residence adjoining Hazel Green Bank E T ROSE HGI SAMPLE ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and CouuselorsatLaw CAMPTON KY This firm will practice in all the Courts of Wolfe and adjacent counties Special attention given to Corporation Law and Real Estate Litigation Offices Second Floor Farmers and Traders Bank u THE Soot er Bailwag Offers very low Round Trip HOMESEEKERSRates ARKANSAS INDIAN TERRI TORY LOUISIANA OKLAHO MA AND TEXAS Tickets on sale first and thirdTuesdays of each month Apply to any Southern Railway Agent or writehR A COOK D P A B S YENT T P A- Louisville Ky I I 4 r I J For Lung- Troubles of he t Ayers Cherry Pectoral cer tainly cures coughs colds bronchldsconsumptlon Andv It certainly strengthens weak throats and weak lungs There can be no mistake aboutSl this You know it is true And of your own doctor will say so MT little boy Lad II terrible cough I tried eyery thing I eould heir of but In voln until I tried Ayer Cherry Pectoral Th nr1 nght he was better und he iteailllr linprnrnl until he mi perfectly IIIMRS 8 J 8TMU Alton III glade ttrJ a Ayer Co Lowell Mall A o nuiufMtareie of aersKeep the towels ulrwlth Ayers- PIlts and thus hasten recovery R J McLio made a flying trip 0 to Campton yesterday on court businessTheinfantchild of Charley Sample and wife of Maytown died IS Sunday night Prof Derthicks mother from aome point in Ohio is visiting he and his wife this week Robert Miller of Campton was the guest of his brother D C Miller Jr Sunday night The faculty had a candy pulling at the Yancey mme Friday night for the students John M Rose and Sam Kash went to Campton yesterday as wits nesses in tne Walter Day case 0 L cII aaDean theThe Kind You Have Always Bought Signature ypot r Ellsworth Lncy broke his cam era Friday and cannot take pic tures until he gets a new one this weekThomas Taulbee of the John non fork visited his brother Riley t near town from Saturday until MondayDr f H Stamper returned home I Tuesday after a vacation of eight days in the Bluegrass and adjacent countryII daughter Golden of Helechawa I are visiting Mrs Smith for a week or more I i A large crowd of people from this county attended Buffalo Bills Wild West Show at Mt Sterling last weekIMrs G1I Center has the thanks of the editor and his better seven eighths for a basket of very fine cornfield bonus CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of I Genial Joe Stamper of Montgomery county has the thanks ofr the editor for a nice lot of good oldI burley tobacco GosueyvilleGeorge i and George Lovelace of Trace were in town Tuesday t Rev Barney Blankenship re turned home Monday from a sight seeing tour through Montgomery county and thereabouts daughter1 SwangoHouse There was a box supper at the Rose Schoolhouse Friday evening the proceeds to go to improve the building and 960 was realized Allen Arnett of Torrent arrived in town Saturday with expect tions of remaining some time s benefitft Wm Bailey a citizen of Mor gun living on Johnson went sud denly insane one day last week was ao adjudged and at once taken to the Asylum at Lexington i tI I Mrs Lula Kash has the thanks the editor and his better seven of eighths for a fine string of red peppers Floyd Stamper found the watch advertised in TUB HERALD as lost Jeff Phillips found it It of pays to advertise you see J Buchanan Rose of Mize has the thanks of the editor and his better seveneighths for a dozen fine mountain oysters on the half shellItRev Mr Atkinson on Friday the house and lot he bought Taylor Center to Prof Roberts- of Hazel Green Academy faculty for 550 cash John Schuler who has been pros dford looating returned home last week thinks he will buy a farm in section Franklin Ratliff of Morgan county was in town yesterday ina the interest of the Burning Spring Association of Baptists and to get the minutes that were printed at this office Mrs Hal Smith has the thanks of the editor and his better Sevan eighths for a basket of sweet potatoes which are the finest we have seen this season Mr Tucker of Clark county who has been at Rittenhouse Ranch for some days left Tuesday for his home carrying with him three gallons of the water 1 Cure Blood Skin Dlieases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier FreeI Jhotpoison cancer carbuncles eating sores ecrofua eczema Itching riainge and bumps pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or any blood or akin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggists or by express 1 per large bottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B D B IIs especially advlssed for chronic deep eeated cases as it cures after all else falls Doe Kash Deputy County Clerke went to Tolivor yesterday to take t the bond of Mra Rilda Clark whotI has just been appointed postmas ter at that place John W Taulbee who sold his farm to Paris Rose last week J bought about 75 acres just above 1 Hazel Green and moved there Mr Townsend will go to Torrent IRobert Cecil returned Saturday where he bought I a big line of fall and winter goods for Cecil Bros especially shoes I and by consulting their ad in this j issue you will see that they want your trade W C Pryor of Lagrange Ky stopped over Saturday night withI the family of Hal Smith on his way to Ezel and Maytown Mr Pryor is a wellknown dealer in lumber and were always glad to have him here Miss Arta Dye was the recip ient of an expensive target rifle last week as a birthuay presenti from her father who is now in Hamilton Ohio Miss Arta being already experienced is perfectly delighted Curt Walter on Monday bought of Tucker Creekbaum a roan yearling gelding for 110 He is a natural gaited saddler and Curt thinks will develop into a fine horse Miss Falay Long of the Cecil Long Millinery returned Saturday from Cincinnati where she bought- a handsome line of millinery and will have same on display all next week rIrs Ellis Boyd nee Mattie Evans and her Buster Brown baby boy 11 months old of Hon aker Va arrived here Tuesday and will visit her mother Mrs Emma Evans for a few weeks Dire Margaret J Slimp sister Mrs W T Caskey left yester I day for Monefee and Montgomery counties to visit relatives for a few weeks Rev Will B Campbell pastor the M E Church South will preach at the church here Satur day night Sunday morning and Sunday night Public invited Lige Blankenship returned from Mt Sterling Sunday where he went see Buffalo Bills Wild West Ho reports a good exhibition and a royal time on the outside The suit brought by the Vermil- lion heirs to recover a house and lot owned by Dr A C Nickell bought of Burney Finch was in favor of the defendant Dr Nickell Mrs Charity Hurst wife of Sam Henry Hurst of Frozen Creek has been at the point of death for week past and indeed was re ported dead Saturday But she was alive Sunday Miss Flora Blankenshipwho has been visiting her sister Mrs Frank Wallace at Spencer Ky for the past two months returned home Tuesday looking much improved from her trip Azel Jones and family yesterday moved from Mrs Mattie Porkins farm on Lacy creek to the farm of Ellis Johnson on the same creek where he will clear up 15 acres of land and make some ties The funeral of John Brown on Sunday at Laurel by Center and Jeff Brewer was one of the largest ever held in this section and the dinner on the ground was sufficient to feed double the number present and there were 400 on the ground Lenix Swango is visiting friends in and about Hazel Green this j week to kill enfoged idleness while the building where he is teaching at Maytown is undergoing Isome needed repairs But he J thinks he can open up Monday He A has an average attendance of about 30 S See the new millinery ad of Misses Mapel S Troy which ap pears in our paper today These young ladies will also carry on dressmaking in all its branches and invite the ladies to call and see them They are located over Kaah Samplesstore Cecil Bros are making a spec ialty of shoes this season both men and womens and as the win ter weather approaches everybody should see that their feet are pro tected from rain and slush A lit tle money spent for good shoes will save lots of sickness and doc tors bills beside and Cecil Bros is the place to buy the shoes Next week a new ad will explain in de tail C H Bishop and little daughter of Salyersville were at the Day House Monday night The little girl was riding a Shetland pony which was the admiration of all who seen it Mr Bishop had I with him several other people whose names we did not get ButI they will return here in two weeks after making a convass of Camp ton and conmunity when they will probably tell the people what they want through the columns of this paper For Sale To settle up the estate of Wm Preston Trimble deceased the old Trimble homestead located in Hazel Green Kyi and embracing 60 to 75 acres of ground witha dwelling of five or six rooms with stable good garden etc Will be sold at private contract Apply to- W T WHALEY or HARLAN TRIMBLE OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOI Consumption it teal deadly than it used to Certain relief and usually complete beiioewill result from the following treatment f 0Hope rest fresh air and Scotts Emulslon OSIJ ALL DRUGGISTS BOo AND IOON I L 444444444444444444444 s I a xa AVfegetable Pre parationforAs similating theFoodandHeguIa nag the Stomachs andBoyrels of Promotes DigestionCheerful ness andRestContaln5 neither OpiumMorphine norMineral Nor NARCOTIC AIl tJU sINVZZ1fTJJafl saleti WJl1JJIo1twI w MraLirrw torConslipnon W1rms Convulsions Feteri5h ness and Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature o- rt sNEW YORK I l I II ILL1 EXACT COPY or WRAPPER For Infants and You Always Bought Bears the- Signaicure I In- Usa For Over Thirty TM c OTAU arw otr XSsX 4XgKg K 3 XS 33xS Preserve He SHamw ere Siflstap Pages I- j While in the enjoyment of health and locking your best I you should have your picture made I have the only gallery I fast of Mt Sterling fitted with a ekvlk ht and am prepared fto make PHOTOGRAPHS IN ANY STYLE OF FINISH that is f known to tho art atid in sizes from lxi to ox7 inchns Every thing I turn out iii guaranteedl m both material aid workman S ship and having rendered satisfaction to all my t asb patrons fI am confident that I can do ao with al futurecustoniers A trial will convince you better than a column of newspaper tal k fj BSyl make pictures of Family Groups ard UTellitiRs ami will aaswe r all calls to tho country Gallery on State Street Hazel Greer Ky j Call and see samples and learn prices ELLSWORTH LVCY OGC v OOOC v Mo +C OI HMN N s yG fv3 rr s C GOCs 47 yH F PIER ATT President 1E F CECIL VicePresat MARION KNIGHT Cashier fS G SAMPLE Attorney rapitat ztvet Ii1500000 iii iiimL I Ei Aile DIRECTORS E H SMITH H F PIERATT- T M LEE J P ROSE J T WHALEY BEN MURPHY H E ONEY E F CECIL Ii JAMES B ELKINS I This Bank solicits the accounts of Merchants Farmersy Graders and Business Men generally Must Liberal rerms within the limits of legitimate banking 0 W CECIL BO BERT CKOU4 CECIL BROS Keep 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 Qneensware Tinware etc Before you part with yout 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 town cell in and see them They will be pleased to show good II whether you buy or not Quality and Pries is tho mottq of this store If you havent got in the habit of trading at CECIL BROS Get the Habit CD BI JEj I UNDERTAKERHAZEL I I have several fine Coffins in myI shop and am prepared to make any style to order and on the most 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 CASTORIA Children The Kind Have ofI Year- sCASTORIA oorn roan TnUe Bluegrass NUISserrias LEXINGTON KY Otter for the Spring of 1907 a large line of Fruit and Ornameu tal Trees Evergreeus Grape Vine Asparagus Shrubs Rhubarb and Small Fruits We have no agents Strawberry and general catalogues on application to H F HILLENMEYER SONStj I I J T Send your job work to this OFFICE 5 7 T litif f JItEIE BEFlALB Take a Good Start No matter what you do provid ed you do it better than some one else could do the same thing theres a welcome awaiting you in the world It was Emerson we I believe who said If a man can write a bettor book preach a bet ter sermon or make a better mouse trap than his neighbor though he builds his house in the woods the world will make a beaten path to his door Try to excelits a laudable ambition As a starter take a course in our schools Hari Time sID Kansas The old dayaof grasshoppers and drouth are almost forgotten in the prosperous Kansas of today al though an old citizen of Godell Earl Shamburg has not yet forgotten a hard time he encountered says I was worn out and discouraged by coughing night and Toy and ct nd find no relief till I tried Dr Kings New Discovery It took less than one bottle to completely cure me The safest and most reliable cough and cold cure and lung and throat healer ever discovered Guaranteed by all Wolfe county druggists at 50j and 100 Trial bottle free Build on Brain Young men you are the archi tects of your own fortunes Rely upon your own strength of body and soul Take for your star self reliance Dont take too much advIcekeep at your helm and eteer your own ship and remember that the great art of commanding IB to take a fair share of the work Think well of yourself Strike out Assume your own position Put potatoes in a cart over a rough road and the small ones go to the bottom Rise above the envious nnd jealous Fire above the mark you intend to hit Energy invin oible determination with a right motive are the levers that mqye tbe world Be in earnest Be self reliant Be generous Be civil Reid the papers Advertise your business Make money and do good with i- tCA9T07RTAS Bought rItheazA Picnic Party Quite a number from our town took an outing in the country Saturday last among whom were the families of Hal Smyth and John Ward Prof and Mrs Carter Mrs Dye Misses King South Gridley and Sallee teachers in the Academy Mies Lula Eaton of Mt Sterling Misses Arta Dye and Liz zie Wells Messrs Clayborne John son Charles Seale and Jim Perry 4 Alexander also Mrs Ewen and ldaughter Golden ot Helechawa They visited the saw mill belong iDS to Ayres Smith on Grassy sojmuohpleasureIt carriageDinnergreen and having been prepared- or the occasion by the skilled hands of Mrs Dye and Smyth enjoyedhugelyfor another September outing ai Dont Scoff at Religion That the churches in any com anticiHty exercise a most potent in vfltience for good is conceded by all except the most rabil or blatant in fidel whose egotism and selfcon ceit blind his mind to the inesti- mablet value of Christianity But to what extent are the churches communityjTho disciples Ye are the light of the world Ye are the salt of the earth Houce if all His dis cipIeVjire the light of the world andttAlialt of the earth the logi calas r ll as the scriptural con olusioiia that they are the light theylivedo not preclude the possibility of the light going outbeing hid un der a bushel or the salt 1 sing its Baltneee nut certainly no reason able or fairminded persons would accuse the churches of being wholly composed of united bands of hypocrites For it matters not to what extent sin in its many forms maY JNnade the ranks of i any church you will find within its membership consecrated men and women And it should be borne in fniid that it only requires I uc If I for Ladles Ills J22 a few of the abovementioned class to become the light of the com I munity Notice As administratrix of the estate of John H Evans deceased I hereby notify all who have claims against the said decedant that they must be properly proven and pre sented to me on or before Novem ber 1 1907 or they will be barred And all persons owing said deced ant are hereby warned that they must settle same by the same date or they will be proceeded against according to law Respectfully EMMA EVAN- SAdministratrix A Hung Jury The jury in the case of George Dykes who stabbed Hawk Tutt got the case Thursday of last week and reported to the judge several times that they could not agree Judge Riddle anxious to rid the docket of the case sent them back each time until they reported finally Monday morning that they could not possibly agree when he discharged them The jury stood six for acquittal and six for conviction At the last Circuit Court the jury disagreed and then stood eight for acquittal and four for conviction It looks like a verdict m yi never be reached in this case unless a jury be sum moned from some other county James Hollon last week set up a stave mill on Lacy creek and began bucking Saturday The mill has a capacity of about 0000 staves a day and Mr Hollon has timber enough to run it several months He is turning out a fine lot of ma terial DRB C M IL W T CENTER PHYSICIANS SURGEONS HAZEL QUEEN KY Partners In practice will make diseases Oblstftrlc emlsRHEUMATISM LUMBAGO SCIATICA NEURALGIA and KIDNEY TROUBLE MICK taken iatemaUr rids the blood of UM poisonous matter and aside which are the direct causes of these diseases Applied extemallr IS affords almost la itant relief from pun permanent CdlO ie beta effectedDuepa the blood dissolving the poIsonous substance and removing it from the intern DR I D BLAND Of Brewton On writes yrretaad ka oafma an b =tWeleoofi- dprpr tram mdlay work and tin eounltM wjttiKniuDlMrofUbMtpk7tMkukBtfu4 uouilwr tlttt gar tLi rUt from WRUM I boaprmeribttlalay pnotlM ftr rMiuuttiai u4 kladr4 dl- awsFREEIf yea are suffering with Rheumatism Neuralgia Kldoer Trouble or say kin died disease write to us for a trial bottle of DROPS and test It yourself 8DROPS can M used any length ot time without aoanlrlnc s drug bablt aa It la entirely tree of opium cocaine alcohol laudanum and other similar bxrredleote 1Mp1l 1ktUe anedraree war Joe rw aaII Dnnta- kIWAIHATII USE IO PAIY new 800 rw Lake ptrta Qka c H Great suffering is the lot of all women who neglect the health of their wo manly organs No reason to do so any more than to neglect a sore throat colic or any other disease that the right kind of medicine will cure Jake Wine of Carduifor all your womanly ills It can never do harm and is certain to do good Mrs Sallle H Blair of Johnson City Tenn writes I had suffered from womanly troubles for six teen months and had four doctors but they could not help mo until I began to take Wine of CarduL Nov I think I am about welL At all reliable druggists In 100 bottles Try It srldaVdopeWu dvt M ne Ce tt T COMMISSIONERS NOTICE 0Wolfe Circuit Court Kentucky o LOQAJI LINDON Administrator Pltf1 EquityELIZABETH j Notice is hereby given to the Creditors of Joseph Miller deceased that the un dersigned Commissioner of the Wolfe Circuit Court under an order in the above styled cause will attend at the Camptonfromthe 14th day of September 1907 to re ceive and bear proof of claims against said Decedent and that all claims not requiredbywill be forever barred 0 C FULKS M C W C C THE KENTUCKY COLONEL And His Beautiful Wile Printed in the Interest of the New Kentucky Germantown This is the only magazine of its kind published in Kentucky In it will be found the ideas and opinions of the beet people in the State Tbe cream of Ken tucky literature will find Its way to tbe columns of the COLONEL The tone is uplifting afford to do without the COLONEL and I His WIFE Features of the September number- J C W Beckham and hU fight for a New KentuckyAugustus E Wilson A character sketch The Farmers Fight against Monopoly in Kentucky James N Kehoe Religion in the Kentucky Mountains R B Neal Preemption Humorous allegory W HPepperThe of the Kentucky DoyH K TaylorKnights of the Golden Circle The new magazine it receiving the atten tion of literary 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 60 cents a yearWe are pleased to state that we have made clubbing arrangements with the publishers of the KENTUCKY COLONEL so that we can furnish it with THE HERALD one year for 126 Send your subscription to this office and do it now so you won t a c- opyMillinoru The ladies of town and surrounding com munity are invited to call and see our new SPRING SUMMER Line of Z 1i tLSi sttEverything new and uptodate 1ffrrr TRIMMED HATS readytowear Hat Frames Flowers Ribbons etcz Millinery Materials of all kinds We carry a complete line of ladies wear Silk dress patterns Waists HosieryGlovesCall and see before buying else where Respectfully CECILLONG MILLINERY C 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 tthebeetter 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 OMORE YEAR in College The Faculty is composed of Eight Teachers 1TUITIONGENERAL EXPENSESFall Term of 14 weeks 500 WiriteV y Term of 11 weeks 500 Spring Term of 11 weeks 500 sj1 Board with Heat and Light 200 per week Furnished Rooms Free Write for Catalogues Me 0 CARTER SecyTreas He J DERTHICK Principal i 4ONE DOLAR BUYS Tile mountain PeoBIo of KentuGRg This popular book which is now in its fourth edition twill for a limited time be sold for 100 the copy postage prepaid to any point in the country Press and people are loud in praise of it and patriotism prompts many to buy it Why not you You will want it for your children- No better testimony to the worth and success of that most admirable work done for the Kentucky mountaineers may be found than this book by Wm IL Haney a mountain 1 boy Mr Haney is 23 years old he was born in Morgan County and is an excellent ex ample of self reliance typical of his sturdy race He has conquered difficulties ofpover ty and other hampering circumstances defraying the expense of his own education by the work ot his hands 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 thhihookand again It may be repeated that he Is only In his twentyfourtlfi year i Two purposes seem to animate the pages of this book To describe mountain life as it actually is and to correct the wrong impressions of it others have striven to foist on the public Mr Haney Rives an historical sketch of the mountain people at 11 to inherited traits and the Kentucky environment the characteristics that distinguished i 11lookmountain life in its earlier conditions as well as in recent years when conditions have tbeen sow what improved great as Is still the need for more Improvement and for earnest help from the outside world beyond the mountaIns Though Indeed one of the wisest things Mr Haney says is that it is not only help from beyond the mountains that is need ed As he suggests that if the mountain people who have had the benefit of education rs will give some of their lives to those of their blood whoRl they understand better thnalien teachers could do this will be a decided gain for the mountain communities- Mr Haney writes in a direct style in good english that reflects credit both on iisown industry and his teachers He Intelligent sympathetic optimistic and loyal in his considerations of the mountain people He recognizes the need for industrial im tbeIthigher of these peple who offer such a splendid challenge to the worker In soelolo By education and religion CourierJournal s100 Buys It Address THE HERALD postpaid Hazel Green Ky 18B SALE I have for sola one of the nicest best improved small farms in Clark County situated in the Becknerville neighborhood on the Booueshorongh and Athens pike and contains 74 ACRES OF GOOD LAND has a large nice dwfllling 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 appreciatedALSO TIIACJNo2 adjoining the above containing 05 acres and has on ita cottage house and a 0 acre tobacco barn Call at the home or address L C PIGG Athens Ky Job Printing of Every Description Done at this office I a Inllggieslt Boggiestt III I The citizens of Hazel Green and this theycan meIfind at reasonable prices I dont ban die anything but firstclass buggies anflf w willhaveJB member if you want a FIKST1 1satisfaction1 Green I RespectfullyJOHN H ROSE v 1 J S- 4f