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I I i 1 k HFJLfc o i Established March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell =rr r O TWENTYTHIRD YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 10 1007 NTTMBER 0 BP BMOKU Owner and COOPER CrleThe Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 75 Cents a Year Lexington and Eastern Railway Willie Table in Effect Nov 181906 + WEST BOUND Nol II s i No3 Dallj = STATIONS Daily and J 8noday po II Sunday AM rrPIArre Iva 10 am 0 Jackson 0 2 20 pm i 6 16 pm OK Junction 2 25 pm 7 07 am 20 DeattvveJc 20 3 20 pm l 30am 40Torrent 40 341pm l 45 am 44 Nat Bridge 144 3 85 pm p 143am CamptonJuntnl 367 pm 8 16 ant 67 Stanton 57 4 26 pm 8 25 am 62 Clay City 02 4 35 pm ij 900am 70 5 07 pm 912am 90 WincheterI90 5 20 cm 9 55 am 04 r 05 pm EAST BOUND No2 g 121 No4 v DAlly SudaySundayex STATIONS I Dally and ro PM LyeA1Lye 2 25 pm 0 Lexington 0 7 36 Am 310 pin 20 Winchester 20 813 am I 3 25 pm LEJunctlon 8 26 pm 4 00 pm 40MClay City 40 9 02 am 4 10 pm 44 StantonI 49 9 10 am 4 40 pm Campton Juntn I 38 pm 4 45 pm 57 Nat Bridge 57 19 43 am r 4 57 pm 62 Torrent 162 56 am 5 18 pra 70 BetttyTeJc am 6 10 pm 90 OKJunc D 7011017 am G 15 pm 94 Jacklon1 am CONNECTIONS L do E TUNCTloorTralns Nos 12 and S will make connection with the C 6c0 Ry for Mt Sterling CAMPTON Jn C1losTralns Nos 1 2 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central Ky tor Pine Ridge ana Campton UEATTYVIIB JUNCTION Trains Noi 2 Iud 4 will make connection at Beattyvllle Wlththe L and A Railway for passengers I to and from Beattyville O K JUKCTION Trains Noi 3 and 4 IIconnect with the O do K Railway for local firstations on the O ft K Railway W A MCDOWELL General Manager CHA8 SCOTT Gen Pass Agent OHIO KENTUCKY RAILWAY twiryTIME TABLE MAY 21 1005 t t WEST BOOND NoS3 si IKI NollI Daily ox = STATIONS = DaIly ex- t+ Sunay d Sunay PM ABB 0 27 PM Ann IF 5 20 6 Cannel City 22 12 35 4 55 11 Helechawa 20 12 19 fAI J 45 18 MLee City 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 t 3 52 22 Wilbunt 6 11 44 ii 3 JO1 27 OKJnpctlon 0 11 15 300 Jackson 11 05 l EAST BOUND i1y h No34B I No22 y Dally ei = STATIONS = Daily ei SunayL v Sunday r t AM Ln PM LYE I 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 1 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 i 8 24 IS Hamptou 13 144 t4 8 37 10 Wllburit 20 1 51 925 1 OAK Junction 22 225 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 Iii connectionit Rail5rSuperintendent 1 BEEN MURPHY s DEALER IN GENERAL STORES NEOLA KY the citizens in and around Hele 0Offers the best line of goods ever seen in k this section at the price A big round dollar spent with him will bring you more in return than it would anywhere Country produce aud railroad ties taken patronii t buy frpm him you never how touch you can sa- veKILLmEQOUCH 1 I f NI CURE THC LUNGS WITH Dr Kings ffNew Discovery fOR CS BI Td 11ftAND ALL THROAT Aide LUINTAOUBLE y lVASAIMTI9BED UIUAcrmJJ- t OS KOJOaY UPU1IDZD f CAMPTON CURRENCY 0 Bofu to the wife of J H Stam per October 5n girl Hon H B Kinsolving of Mt Sterling was in Campton 011 busi ness two days of last week Marriage license was issued yes terday to John Banks and Belle Banks both of Gilmore in this county S S and Jiff M Rose of Lacy Creek and J C Linden of Gil morp were attending court here yesterdayJouett Byrd it Jouett have moved their law oflice from the Columbia Building to the new bank building second floor J A McCormick of Mari tta Ohio is in own for a few days He will bo a spectator at the Lex ington trots the latter part of this weekJ P Brissey Cashier of the Bank here is unable to attend to his banking duties this weekand has eugnged the services of Sam Elkius during his illness Mrs Emma Oldfield widow of George Oldfield deceased was in town yesterday to make settle ment as administratrix of the os tate of her deceased husband Martin Fugate who was Mast week tried for the killing of Campbell Razor was later in the week juryhavingThe Spencer Marshall Oil Company are this week taking leases in the Devils Creek country and expect to drill a well in that territory ffome time during the fall Democratic Campaign Chair man 1 R Hollon is arranging for a number of Democratic speeches in the various precincts of the county the week prior to the elec tion Esq S F Allen who has been in chargeof the St Cloud Hote during the past two months has rented the old Combs House and will assume control within the next few days- Yesterday was a very busy day in County Court Fiscal Court will convene today having ad journed from their regular meeting last Tuesday because of Circuit Court being in session at that time The schor1 election resulted in a tie in the Campton District the contestants being Isaac Elkins and Frank Campbell each receiving 85 votes An agreement was reached yesterday however with out a contest and B D Rose was appointed trustee Oct 8SS 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 chilblains disappear under its healing influence Guaranteed by all lead ing druggists of Wolfe county at 25f HIZE MITES ri Molasses making in on the pro gramme at present in this section Green Phillips bossing the lob Last week a Mr Fell started to haulstaves from Joe Lee Old fields place to Helechawa He has fiftelJUns doing the work Loul b marly of Madi son cotsy ant y Harvey of thib pla Jewere tried on the SJd Rev Billy Yocu 1 tieing the knot Ben Murphy passed through our village Saturday with a bunch of cattle In fact whenever you sea lunch of cattlTien is not far awayWillie Hurt is iiy boy en gineer perhaps in mountains He is 18 years of al mud is steadily employed at Larues stave milLon the Bishop place near Ajize tiAlevorydayJ can awake at night at any hour he chooses He is known in this section as the human alarm clock Richmond Cooper Co ot Maaison county are doing success ful work with their stave mill in this nick o the woods Charley Hurt of Hazel Green is doing the buying for the firm John Barnett a prosperous far mer of this place had the misfor tune of having a bad sore on his right hand which deprived him from taking care of his fodder for two weeks He hopes that frost will not come until he is able to workThe Phillipshomepaintingwhite body trimmed with gray being the finish while the work inside is done in oak fin ish and highly polished Sam Wil pon done the work It will be known hereafter as Phillips Pal aceOct 7 POET pisrDear Old Mother My dear old motherwho is now eightythree yenr old thrives on Electric Bitterp writes W B BrnUsoD of Dublin Ga She has taken them for about twoyeas oppetitefeelsThats the way Electric Bitter s af feot the aged and the same happy results follow in all cases of female weakness and general debility Weak puny children too are greatly strengthened by thorn Guaranteed also for stomach liver and kidney troubles by all leading druggists of Wolfe coun ty at 50X LANDSAW LACONICS 0verylowMiss Mary Swango of this place visited on Frozen last Friday Joe Halsey was at Wilhurst one day last week on business He is dealing in ties A C Kash and family are con templating locating at Campton at an early date Louisa Rose is very low with consumption and expected to drop oflAt any time J M Tester has purchased of W H Dean a boundary of timber and will move a saw mill to It at onceW L Combs who contracted with B D Rose to move about 100000 feet of lumber from this place to Campton has the job about completed James Perkins wife mother and sisters and Charley Sample and wife all of Lacys crook attended church at this place last Sunday and spent a very pleasant evening with the family of E T Kash James Stamper and family of the Stamper branch Holt Shack elford and sister of Frozen j Joan and Cora Rose of Lucys creek and Miss Ada Wills of Toliver took dinner with E T Kash and wife last Sunday The funeral of Majtha Thncker daughterof Leo Smith way preached at Landsaw last Snnday The funeral was preached by Revs Madden Robbins and Vancleave Quite a large and well behaved crowd was present As a result of the school elec tions in this neighborhood N L Combs was elected in the Land saw district Howard Miller in the Buchanan district and after a very warmly contested race J P Taoket in the Murphy district Oct 7 AXON A Criminal Attack On an fre quently made iiithatuseless little tube callll4tho appendix Its generally the result of protracted etilpattun follow leg liver tor jfewTDr Kings New Life Pills uppendion1s leadingdruggists Teachers Association The Wolfe County Teachers As sociation will hold one of their FridayOctoberand the following program has been arranged by the committee in charge for the occasion The public are invited to attend Why Is Moral Instruction the High TeacherEdnaWhy is Professional Training Im portant Edna Williams What Ih the Ultimate Aim of Teach inK LepgWhat Responsibility in Regard to a Better Citizenship MoUie ColdironThe TeacberWhatWillGive Some Ways in Cultivating the Memory of Children India Center What Is the Most E entirRequlslte to loLk1i1lHolVEdgarAlexanderWould Yin IteCbiJlend an Appeal to DisciplineMelissa4HOW Do the Teachers Manner and Habits Influence the Goveinmerit of a SchoolMrs UoraTutt CISebastianSebastianOf EyeinHow May Children be Kept on the Lookout for the Good and So Pearn to Love It7Sue Olive Long Value of Imagination as a Factor in Character BuildingWm Robnet What Are the Teachers Rewards 1 Taylor ShockeyiHlgbSalarlraHow Does School Punishment Difler LOl1anShockeyWhat Principles Should Govern School Punishment Trinnie Walter SUE 0 Low W 0SEBASTIANCommittee o a 000xtx aBean thePie Kind Yod Kilt 4hnts Botigil BigaatBie C Fattened on Microbes Microbes in evorythintr you eat and drink and if you eat and drinkmicrobes you will surely die and if you dont eat and drink you will still more surely die Bound to surely die in any event you had better pay no more attention to microbes than your grandaddies did They ate and drank every thing they wanted and they lived long andprospered What did Methuselah know about microbes in his time Eat everything you want microbes and till and you will live until you die and tilt is what old Methuselah dIdhe lived until he died THE HERALD and American Far mer one year only 75o thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect it ITevaleficjr of Kldntr Ultentu Most people do not realize the alarm ing increase and remarkable prev- alencySof kidney disease kidncydis are the common that pre they are f the last by tient and phy iro ton t thcmtelttt wits doctoring the tects while the orig inal disease undermines the system What To Do There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism pain in the back kidneys liver bladder fsssageItand scalding pain in passing it or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant nee cessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up ninny times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of SwampRoot is soon realised It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most dis tressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold 1 by drug guts in fiftycent and onedollar sizes You may have a sample bottle and a book that tells all Jiff about it both sentfree bvmail Address Dr liilmer S Co Ming lIollleoUwanopRootjj writing paper make any mistake but remember the Sw011lpRootl1ullthe You Must SleepIf you cannot it is due to an irritated or congested state of the brain which will soon de prostrationNature it is as important as food it is a part of her building and sustaining process This period of unconsCIOusness relaxes the mental and physical strain and allows nature to restore ex hausted vitality Dr Miles Nervine brings refreshing sleep because it soothes the irritation and removes the congestion- It is also a nerve builder it nourishes and strengthens ev ery nerve in your body and creates energy in all the organs Nothing will give strength and vitality as surely and quickly as Dr Miles Nervine During the past winter I hail two attacks of LaCrlppo which left mo very weak and In bad condition Iwas so nervous I could not sleep My wife after tryIng different remedies went for a doctor The doctor was out and a neighbor recommended Dr Miles Nervine and she brought homo a bottle I had not slept for some time and had terrible pains In my head After taking a few doses of Nervlnw the pain was not so severe and I slept I am now taking the second bottle and am vcrv much Improved HENRY M SMITH Underhill Vt Dr i9 ies Nervlna Iis sold by your drugp tat who will guarantee that the first bottle will benefit If It falls he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind FLORIDAfCUBA I THE WINTER PLAYGROUND Easily and Quickly Reached via the SOUTHERN RAILWAY AND QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE Fast and Convenient Schedules Com LiningCarATTRACTIVE TOURS through Florida including u delightful Net voyage to Havana Cubit Key West or Nassau N P at low rater VARIABLE ROUTE TICKETS Uuiug via Asheville mid the Laud of thf Sxy returning direct or vice versa with stop over privilege FLORIDA SPECIAL in service again beginning January 7th Solid Turin with the Intest Pullman Equipment to Jackxonville and St Au ustine without change Florida LimI- ted now on daily Cheap Homeseefeers Ticfcpts cm sale to Texas Oklnhoinu Imiian Territory Ar kansas Kalian and othir points in the West Southwest and SontUPiut Decem ber 18lh Jaiiifry lit sad 15th February 5th and Milli amt March T and 19th Ef3f For illustrated Literature Rates and complete infnnnation ldreis any Agent of the Southern Railway or I I KyCVLouisville KyCMAGAZINE READERS SUHSKT MAGAZINE beautifully Uluilnted IIoriri IIt- ald article boutCafforsiaandi X Wall the Far Wed a 7Ut CAMERA CRAFT devottd each Bonlh to the slide reproduction of the but 100work of a mtteut and proratowal ytu photo espher ROAD OF A THOUSAHP WONDERS a book of 75 pages containing I t 075pltlulaquend Oregon Total 325 All for 150 Address all orders to I SUNSET MAGAZINE Flood Building Sn Francisco I I BuyBUY The Horne Merchtiti waft your sapped r ut tho miUiun ot Uw ecmrnaaltj And wileD yon buy of Some MeroUata bay of those who ArutU 7 r JIi THE HERALD Entered nt thn Ilnrel Green Pout office nHneconil clnuft matter SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Oct 10 190 ANNOUNCEMENTS to announce OVERWeareauthorizedcandidate for the office of Taller of Wolfe County sub ject to the action of the Democratic par ty Democracy for the Workingman In presenting its candidates for State offices to the laboring people of the State of Kentucky and ask ing their support of them in the approaching November election the Democratic party comes to ia class of the citizenship of the Corn weillexpectfeeling and to whom it need not hesitate in presenting reasons anc argument why they should to iia man support these candidates I The workingmen especially those who are members of organizations need only to turn to the leaders of their organizations to ascertain that more has been accomplisher for them during the past eight years in Kentucky han for twice as many years before that time Such inquiry they should make before determining whom they will support in the November elec tion They will ascertain upon inquiry that it was under Democratic ad ministration of public affairs that the present Labor Inspection lass of Kentucky were put upon the statute hooks and that promoted by the same political party the Ohild Labor Law was put into effect in the State By moans of such inspection ns has been afford ed dangerous machinery has been more effectively guarded and the workman protected in life and limb while at his daily task Many more conveniences and much bet ter sanitary conditions have result ed in the shops where women are employed throughout the State as a result of this inspection Union men are the inspectors appointed to carry into effect these laws The Child Labor Law has taken many children out of competition with their elders and thereby greatly benefittod the working classes in protecting them in their employment as well as insuring the children an education to better their condition in life A uniform system of text books furnished the common schools under Democratic laws has reduced prices for the man withchildren and enable him to to use the same hooks in whatever section of Kentucky he finds it ne cessary to locate in seeking em ployment The miners of the State have been further protected dur ing Democratic administration by the appointment of additional in spec ors Union men to see that they are not worked in dangerous places by their employers Num erous other reasons can the Demo cratic party present to the work ingmen of Kentucky why they should support the Democratic ticket in November STATE OF Oiiio CITY OF TOLEDO 1 ssLUCASFrank J Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of- F J Cheney Co doing business in tho 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 he cured bj the use of Halls Catarrh cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and sub scribed in my presence this Oth day of December A D 1880 A W GLEASON j1 S SEAL Noto Public I IHallsCatarrh Cure is taken in r ternally and acts directly on tho I theIF J CHENEY k Co Toledo 0 Take Halls Family Pills for constipation b New Way to Tax Mortgages It will be interesting when a year has rolled around to estimate the amount of tax that has been collected In Kentucky by the state and by counties on real estate Hen notes and mortgage notes This subject of mort gage taxation Is one that KcntucU should very carefully consider Inmost states it has been rec9gnlzei that to tax mortgages Is to Impose double taxation since by the borrow Ing of money upon real estate no neVI property has been created but only the same property twice It has beet considered however that the state Is entitled to some revenue from thli source and other states have solver the problem by levying a registration tax upon mortgages Under this system when a mortgage Is filed for rec ord it pays a tax of five dollars ot each thousand dollars of the amount secured by the mortgage No subsequent tax is Imposed and the entire amount of the tax collected goes Into the state treasury Where this system has been tried tire result has beer a considerable In crease In the revenue from taxation of mortgages The system which wt are trying in Kentucky by which the county clerk is required to make 1 correct return to the assessor of all mortgages Lives very little chance for any mortgages to escape taxation so thsCd adopt In Kentucky the system of la registration tax on mort gages would ifjtJjq productive of more revene4pdMJht possibly be productive of leW 3t It Is questionable whether the slight additional revenue derived from these nfoftgagO makes up for the Injustice done to ttit borrowers of money It Is not concelv able that a man will lend money at IG or G per cent and then pay from 2V6 to 3 per cent In the way of tax and yet It would amount to this In very many of our Kentucky cities and towns Rather than do so since he can not now under the lawavold dlS closing his possession of the mort gage the lender will simply retire from the money lending market These restrictions curtail the amount of money that will be loaned on mort gages and result In a hardship to bor rowers It should be remembered also that the borrowers affected in this case are of the very best class farmers who need to raise money on their farms men of small means who desire to borrow money to build homes as well as men who pledge real estate to aid them In extensive building or industrial operations The possibility of borrowing the money they need from private sources has always been of great advantage to people of these classes especially In small towns and elites where there are not so many trust companies mak- Ing loans The lender might stand the burden of the tax If he were al lowed to add that amount to his rate of Interest but he Is headed off In I that direction by the usury laws In many caes he takes chances on thin I point and by various devices will con trive to collect from the borrower some extra premium by way of offset to the tax he must pay on the mort gage In this way the burden falls direct on the borrower and must In evitably tend to Increase the Interest rate on mortgage loans That a tax on mortgages does 10 increase the interest rate on mort gage loans has been clearly proved by the experience of New York It Is not to be supposed that there will be any opposition to the tax on mortgages on the part of corporations which have money to lend since bylaw banks and trust companies are not specifically taxed on their mort gage loans But any banker dislikes to see anything done that restricts the amount of available capital In the state for such restriction of available capital means restriction of bust ness restriction of all forms of progress that make the state more prosperous Experience has up to this time demonstrated that the only beneficiaries of the attempt to rigidly tax mortgages are the foreign Insurance companies which come Into the state and lend their money and being resident In other states do not have to pay a tax on their mortgages The same registration tax where It has been adopted is applied to the mortgages filed by railroad and other corporations This Is proving a more effective way of taxing bonds than to take the chance of Individual holderr being willing to give them In for taxation which they generally fail to do In view of the fact that the bonds rarely pay more than 6 to 10 per cent and threefifths to threefourths nf this would have to be given up to the tax gatherer If the bonds are listed with the assessor And men will not willingly submit to confiscation The subject of taxing credits is one of the most difficult In the realm nf taxation and it is a field where mis takes are most costly because it Is the taxation of this form of property that drives capital from the com munity and to drive capital from the community means tire curtailment cf- all the enterprises that build up the community and add to Its population and to the value of Its real estate Take The Herald only 75c n year 4 t Tills srJOErd5IS RESERVED FO- RiAJ MUROSESONS 5P Who will soon advertise their Fall and Winter Goods 1- r tIai 01I t SHERIFFS SALE 0 By virtue of an Execution No 1414 Kline issued irum thu courtlingleton Vaughn Uuugletou against John U To I sou Ior one of my deputies will on Monday November 4 1UU7 be tween the hours of 10 oclock u in and 8 ocluck p WlIt the Court House dour I in Campion Wolfe County Kentucky it bring County Court day and the tir day ot the term of said court expose LII puuliu sale to the highest bidder 101 jo Mug described reel estate ur so mucu thereof as may be necessary to catmty plaiutifla debt interest aud cults tuWUtt A certain tract or parcel of land lying iu Vulte County Kentucky on the wiitersol shins Cauip Creek cud being the setae laud conveyed to John C Tol sun by 11 N Vaughn and Surah Vaughn slyi deed bearing date Dec 14 1104 i uuicii is duly recorded in deed boon 14 page tfU 11 ulfe County Court Clerks othce containing lUOactea more or lellsI and bouuded aud described us tu wit Lying and being in the County of Wolfe auU state ot Keutucrfy told on the waters of Swift Creek and bounded by beginning on a chestnut oak curlier of frank Tolsou unit K U Land Co thence down the ridge wits K U Lund Companys line to owitts Camp Creek thence up said creek to Curler Van cleaves line tbeuce with said line a north course with top of the ridge to line known aa the J U Drake line thence a west course with the J E Drake line to Frank Tolsuii liue thence with his line to the beginning Also a certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in Wolfe County Ken tucky and on me waters of tiwifis Vamp Creek and bounded and described as fol lows towit Beginning on a black oak marked on the top of a high knob on Jonathan Uilleys line thence it north course down the center of the point to the Bear Branch thence down the brauch to the fence and a stone thence north with fence to the top of the dill thence with the top of the cliffs to the falls of Spring lIranch thence with the top of the cliff and W m L Hurst line to the combs line thence with lialine to HD Bpradlings old line thence with his line to Jobuathan Oil eys lino thence with his line to the ilack oak the beginning containing 100 acres more or less Levied on as the property of John 0 Poison TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of three mouths the purchaser to execute bond with approved security to have the force and etlect of a replevin bondWitness my hand as Sheriff ef Wolfe County this the 30th day of September 1907 J W COX Sheriff Wolfe County Ky- DRB O M II W T CENTER PHYSICIANS k SURGEONS HAZEL QUEEN KY Partners in practice wilt make diseases of women and children a specialty Ob tetrle call promptly attendeiday or night Vmce hours from 0 to 10 a m JOB PRINTIG ofevery Description Done at this Office l if A NEW MILLINERYAD DRESS MAKING ESTABLISHMENT JilISSOS Kanog maDBIJP8aIl Troll OVER KASH SAMPLESa HAZEL GREEN KY Misses MAPEL TROY Amicunco to the ladies of Hazel Green and the eurroanding coun try that they have just opened an uptodate Millinery and Dress- Making Establishment Our line of hats are the most artistically trimmed ever seen in Hazel Green many of them being pattern pats and as they were selected by an expert milliner they are sure to please the most fastidious in taste In addition to the millinery business which includes all the latest trimmings we have a Dress Making Department complete with charts etc ready to cut and make Ladies and Childrens Shirt Waists Sacks and indeed all kinds of sewing We are located over Kash Samples store and we assure you that all our goods are firstclang and prices as low as anywhere Call and see the stock for yourself Soliciting your patronage we remain Yours Respectfully MAPEL TROY rLadies Dress Goods In Fancy and Fashionable Patterns Hamburg Laces as fine as looms can make j GENTS FURNISHING GOODS in cluding ties shirts collars suspenders etc Prints of the latest design and Domestics bleached and unbleached a line of Rugs including Brussolls and ingrain weaves Oils Paints Drugs Glass Putty Stoves Tinware Crockery oICLOTHING SHOES HATS CAPSi- n ondless variety and great quantity so low in price you will be bound to buy Did we hear somebody say GROCERIES Well weve got emDnd canned goods of every kindAp ricots Peaches Peas Tomatoes Corn Sweet Taters and But pshaw l Come and see Respectfully KASH do SAMPLE If nm IFA FAA nLL iE hF 4 DR C H WILLiAMS PHYSICIAN AD SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Offers his profestional servIQe9 to the cit 1 zens of Hazel Green and surrounding COUQ afflictionAliceGreen Bank E T ROSE SO1tiAMPLE ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and CounselorsatLaw CAMPTON KY This firm will practice in all the Courts ot Wolfe and adjacent counties Special attention given to Corporation Law and BealEalate Litigation Offices Second Floor Farmers and TradtaaBallci I 4 iii i TH- ESoll1orfl Raliwag Offers very low Round Trip HOMESEEKERS1Rates i ARKANSAS INDIAN TERRI lit TORY LOUISIANA OKLAHO MA AND TEXAS Tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays of each month Apply to any Southern writeyfI1 B S YENT T P A f Louisville Ky t R t A T F T T I 3 h My Hair isw of ExtraLong ed I SFeedgive It something to live onII Then it will stop falling and- will grow long and heavy Illhairfood60 years it has been Forllilli just what we claim it will It will not disappoint you to Mr hair used to be very short Hot attar nilnit Ayers Hilt Jlroushort time It began now Inches long nfm a splendid result tome afterbeing almoit wlttionf anhalrHJUlual1Colorado Spring Clo Mad byJO Am Co lowell Mass also Bannfaattmra erS- AILSAPASJLLA JL ors PILLS cnessv pecroiuL Mrs Erastus Brooks of near J town is on the sick list Lenix Swango of Maytown visited bis uncle 0 F Kaah last weekMrs Clay Sexton of Pomeroy ton was in town Monday of this week Ezra Henry of Ezel passed through here Saturday enroute to Laoy CreekaMrs Alvin Oldfield of Grassy was in town shopping the first ofC the week ObL eJ acLaBears titsThe Kind YoaHatJ Always Bought Dlgnatut Y l GC ofLeo Fallen of Lacy Creek lost a fine milk cow from eating too much green corn The Ladies Sewing Circle met with Mrs D C Miller Jr Tuesday afternoon Mrs Floyd Rose of Ezel is visiting her parents 0 W Cecil und wife near town 1aArchie the 5year old son of Mra John Brooks is very ill and not expected to live A box supper for the benefit of the public school was given at Daysboro Saturday night Dave Miller has just comploUd a new barn 18x80 feet ill lieu of the old Pieratt livery barn Mrs Charley Byrd of Ludlow Ky is visiting her parents Q C Daniel and wife this we- ekCASTOR IIAF- or Infants and Children The Kind You Rave Always Bought Hears the Slgaturoof Dr Stamper left Tuesday forjj Lee City where he will be professionally I engaged for awhile on dental work Andrew Blankenship and wife and T 11 Lee and wife spent Sunday at the home of Clayton Center and wife Bro W B Campbell of Win chester filled his appointment at the Methodist Church Sunday morning and evening Mrs Lola Kash has the thanks of the editor and his better seven eighths for a peck of very fine green peppers for pickles Mrs Alvin Oldfields and little daughter accompanied by Miss Emma Oldfields of Daysborc were in town shopping Monday James Shockey of Daysboro left Monday for Georgetown as delegate to the Grand Lodge I 0 0 P from Hazel Green Lodge No 167 Mrs H C Ward and mother left Sunday for a visit to relatives on Grassy after which Mrs Ward will go to West Liberty for a few days outing For the next 80 days THE HERALD and Americau Farmer wi Ii both be mailed to all new subt scribers for twelve months for 75 tents a year See Big Offer else where and take advantage of iti now 1 i J II Isaac Miller of Campton passed through town Monday eurouto wagonwhichHelechawa JT Jones of Daysboro return last weok from a visit to relatives iu and friends in Iowa and Dakota and is much pleased the Western countryh IMrs Charley Sample of Lacy Creek and her daughter Mrs Sam Kash of this place visitedICaesar Linden and I Smith of Gilmore Tuesdayf IMiss Eliza James returned Sat from a three months visit her two sisters Mrs C E Frenchand Mrs Will Amyx also her brother Howard all of Illi note Prof Patton has several thou aand private postal cards illus i trating the Academy and the Yan cey Home Some of them are in plain black and white andsome tin colorsfJimmie Brown who lived here so many years ago with Hon D S Godsey and wife and who went to Ohio with them returned here Friday and will remain indefinitely with Mr Mize Mrs Ada Kaeh was taken sick Tuesday and was so ill in the afternoon that her husband Doe Kaah who is clerking for D C Miller Jr had to stay at home attend her Ulood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free diseasedlhotpoison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula csema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm CD B B Soon all 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 Gn It n B is especially advlssed for chronic deepseated cases as it cures after all else falls The ladies of our town will soon organize a bazaar to which they will solicit donations of articles to be sold for the benefit of the Cemetery Association the Methodist e and Christian churches 1 M W Jones and wife of near Daysboro who have been visiting their eons ia Iowa and South Da kota for the past three weeks returned I homo Friday of last week much a ver their trip YouQSQMVlaud Indies with ambition should learn telegraphy Under the new eighthour law which goes into effect next March j over 18000 additional telegraphers t are required by the railroads inII the United States Positions pay from 00 to 80 per month to beIII ginners You can qualify in three c or four months time For full de tails write to the National Tele graph Institute Cincinnati Ohio Likes It Immensely NEW YORK CITY Oct 1 1007 MY DEAR COLONEL Got back from a trip to Southern Califor nia Goldfield Salt Lake City and other wild wooly spots and find your special edition of TilE HER ALD Ill bet you havent a reader anywhere who enjoyed it any more than I did It almost made me feel like paying my subscription I guess Ive read everything in it and I know I have looked at all pictures It is a credit to the mountain press and you are to be congratulatedalso it should bring lout all the back dollars and start many new ones your way I hope so anyhow By heck the com munity that wont stand by its newspaper its best exponent needs either a revival of religion or a funeral May your good work go on and though you may not die a millionaire you will certainly beI a public benefactor My compli ments to your better fifteensix teenths Yours W J LAMPION Mrs Sophroua Shookoy has tho thanks of the editor and his bette seveneighths for some of the nic est sweet potatoes we have seen this year Jeff Day of Bushton Illwe town yesterday He left home last week and arrived at Maytown Monday to visit relatives whet may remain a week or so He says the corn crop in his sectio will average 80 bushels to the acre and is worth 40c in the field Miss Roxie Daniel left Tuesda Lexington where she will keep house for her brother Ellwoo Daniel who is attending Stat College They will rent two room for light housekeeping in the neighborhood of the college and she will not only keep house but be company as well An Epworth League was organ ized at the Methodist Church Sunday afternoon with i7 members and the following officers chosen start with President Clay Lou Vice President Nanny Sample Secretary Eatnie Swan go Treasurer Katharine Cecil They will meet each Saturda evening at 080 oclock For Sale To settle up the estate of Win Preston Trimble deceased the old Trimble homestead located in Hazel Green Ky and embracing 60 to 75 acres of ground withiia dwelling of five or six rooms wit stable good garden etc Will be sold at private contract Apply to- W T WHALEY or HARLAN TRIMBLE A Painful Accident Two young ladies at the Horn were badly scalded Sunday Misses Blanche Spencer and Jennie Nick ell were passing each other where the two dining rooms comEt together and a curtain separating the rooms hid the one from the other so that they came in contact One had a dishpan full of scalding water and when they came together Miss Spencer received the contents in her clothing and was scalded to the waist Miss Nickells hands were also badly scalded Hard Times in Kansas The old days of grasshoppers ant Irouth are almost forgotten in the prosperous Kanaaa of today although an old citizen of Codell Earl Shamburg has not yet forgotten a hard time he encountered He says I was worn out anti liscouraged by coughing night nut lay and could find no relief till I tried Dr Kings New Discovery It ook less than one bottle to corn 3letely cure me The safest am nost reliable cough and cold curs mud lung and throat healer eve liscovered Guaranteed by all Wolfe county druggists at 50p am flOO Trial bottle free Helping the Blind to See A writer in the New Idea Wo mans Magazine for Novembe gives an account of the grog progress which has been made re sently in the work which is being done for the blind In the pus the blind have been considerei merely the objects of pity No this attitude has changed Mon md more every year the blind ar becoming selfsupporting Educators have proved that they ma read and write aud enjoy all th intellectual pursuits that ar thereby opened up and still mor recently have the economic pursuits one after another opener their dpors to the blind Sewing typewriting massaging and piano tuning are among the occupation in which the sightless may excel and every opportunity for thei pleasure and development is nov given them The photograph which accompany the article ar unusually interesting showing a thy do the blind children an grown people at work and at play 00000000000000000000000 The effect of Scott Emutr lon on thin pale children is magical It makes them plump rosy active happy HypophosphiteaIi IA and so put together that it is easily digested i by little folk ALL DRUGGISTS BOo AND 100 t 0000000000000000000000 J6Iq The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in uso for over 30 years has borne the signature off s and has been made under his pert sonal supervision since its Infkmncy Allow no one to deceive you In this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Id t contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worm and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS 4Boars the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THt CIOTHUB 00MMMT TT HUHHkV TmtT HCW Veen CITY I 3 Preserve Iea ere swap Fanes I 1 While in the enjoyment of health and looking your best g yon should have your picture made I have the only gallery A ast of Mt Sterling fitted with a skylight and am prepared S I to make PHOTOGRAPHS IN ANY STYLE OF FINISH that is fknown to the nrt aud in sizes from 1x2 to5x7 inches Every thing I turn out iia guaranteed in both material and workman x ship and having rendered satisfaction to all my past g I am confident that I can do so with all future patronsl O trial will convince you better than a column of S 861 make pictures of Family Group and Dwelling nml will answer all calls to the country Gallery on State Street Hazel Green Ky Call and see sample and learn prices ELLSWORTH L1CYt4cxx ot WM 44444444- m H trs H F PIERATT President E F CECIL VicePresnt MARION KNIGHT Cashier S G SAMPLE Attorney 1 Qiw tat Moth 1 1500000 iii ii iL i i iiiteDIRECTORS- E H SMITH H F PIERATT M LEE J P ROSE T WHALEY BEN MURPHY E ONEY E F CECIL IiT JAMES B ELKINS Bank solicits the accounts of Merchants Farmers and Business Men generally Most Liberal within the limits of legitimate banking t I Io W CECIL ROBERT CEOllj r CECIL BROS jKeepin stoqk at all times a complete line of everything DryrHardwareIQueonsware Tinware etc Before you part with your money learn their prices It will pay you They havt+ a special line of 1 Boots Shoes That they invite you examine When you are in town cell in and see them They will be pleased to show goods whether you buy or not Quality and PriC a is the motto of this store If you havent got in the habit of v trading at CECIL BROS s Get the HabitR lEO RIjm UNDERTAKER HAZEL GREEN KY p I have several fine Coffins in my shop and am prepared to make e any style to order and on the most e reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearsei and will attend all burials when so requested Public patronage is respectfully solicited 25tf GEO RICE 7SSend your job wo- N Tfte Biiiegrass jioraes LEXINGTON KY Offer for the Spring of 1907 a large line of Fruit and Ornamen tal Trees Evergreens Grape Vines Asparagus Shrubs Rhubarb and Small Fruits We have no agents Strawberry and general catalogues on applica tion to H F HILLENMEYER t SONS rk to this OFFICE 5 x r + a7 P W I JF r f i 1 ImnnmWALt Ganderlioaes October Forecast t Copyrighted 1907 by CURinxn Welcome welcome sweet Octo ber when the quail shall whistle uhrill when the coal man gets in action with hie peaky little bill jj- I when the frost and pumpkin poet sings tho old familiar strains and the football gladiators scramble One anothers brains Doubly welcome hallowed season When the will goose travels space When the hunter iu the wlldwood Bhtfpts therabitia the face When the last years bat Is made over Shows up in the new fall stock And the bugfed turkey shudders Every time he Bees the block In o rown country President Roosevelt will proceed early in the month upon his annual freshwater cruise He will go down the Mississippi from Keokuk to Memphis while cheering multitudes congregate on the bunks and count leis teeth Uncle Joe Cannon will buy nnothir thousand feet of lightning rod buckwheat cakes 4willrenew their tugofwar with r Epsom salts in the inwards of man and the cost of living will take a birds eye view of the economic proposition Tho autumn nights inspiriting shall grow a little longer and the breath of fall on cider sweet shall grow a little stronger The hus o bandman shall sell his hogs and think to prosper on it but the good housewife will take the dough and buy a winter bonnet The husky husker iu the corn Will trill his little ballad forestdeepWill growlnCocbilledWill And the angels in the skies will catch The scent of apple butter The football rooter full of root will go off on his autumn toot j tho player with the college hair trumpetsblBrothrpwn and some one breaks his collar bone The lusty sound of rabrahrahs will urge the fell and bloody cause j the girls in mass and colors come will sing and Horearn and swallow gum The giant fullback fierce and stout Will pick a little fellow out kick in his slats and change his face and maul him up and down the placet and when the foe shall cease to breathe will proudly claim the iiotorslwreathe The farmer with the mortgage notesWillFrom his wheat and corn and oats And wonder if his cash in baud Will pull him out the hole Or pjveAThe baseball fan will lose his job the highball fiend is broke tho mothball crank is now abroad spreading odors ae thick as smoke The ice cream soda has fizzed out the ice man slacks his pac the email boys save their nickels now to buy a comic face For Hal loween will soon be here with pumpkin spooks and pranks and if the hoodlums pass us up we uurely may give thanks Be glad be glad the worst in past goodThe eItllWilYWithi JayInWRITE TODAY for free sample piece and particulars of Domino cards Cards and dominoes combined Greatest household game ever invented Instructive for young Fascinating for old Ex cellent holiday present 50c post paid DOMINOCARDS CO 1807 Ghonteau St Louis Mo Notice AB administratrix of the estate of John H Evans deceased I hereby notify all who have claims against the said decedent that they must be properly proven und pre ented to me on or before Novem her 31 1007 or they will be barred end all persons owing Bald deced ant are hereby warned that they J must settle same by the same date or they will be proceeded against C according to law Respectfully EMMA EVANH Administratrix CASTORABOA- rIItle Its KM You Have Always BfccMt BlplitlUo of I f1 itTHE HiEYLD and American Far Jaer one year only 75c f I Y 1If hW ill A BadSign l Prominent Visitors R L OHair and wife of Green castle Ind arrived in our town Saturday and spent Sunday with their relatives Senator W 0 Mize and wife and to view certain spots dear to them through the close associations of their fora fathers namely the place where Michael OHnir the grandfather and the oldest known OHair lies buried on the knoll at top of the Gibbs Hills in the suburbs but time has obliterated every mark of the grave as 85 years have elapsed since hewas laid to rest He nllo- visited the spot where hIs father James OHdir was horn nearly 100 years ago marked now by only a small elevation where stood the chimney of a little cabin War the tanks of Lacy Creek some half a mile from town Mr OHair is a prominent banker of his State and this was his first visit to the old homes of his ancestors They left Monday morning for Mt Sterling to see Mr OHairs relations at that place Incidentally we men tion that old Aunt Sibby Lacy and old Aunt Eleanor Trimble wife of old Billy Trimble were his cousins Hon W R Tabor of Rothwell Kya prominent and successful business man of that place paid us a visit yesterday ile insist Bank WINCHESTER KY N H WITHERSPOON President Paid Up Capital 10000600 Undivided Profit 11000000 Handsome Depoult nt uver I I I 930000000 bank solicits the accounta of nlj farmers traders and bus generally throughout East IITbls offers Its custom facility and the mostliberal within the limits of legitimate lnot 3lr C C CIJILES RHEUMATISM LOMIBO SCIATIC- AEUMLOIA and KIDNEY TROUBLE Mlbrs taken Internally rids the blood of tbe poisonous matter and acids which ate the direct CUIeI of these dtieasea Applied externally It afford almost In- ItIuellctrrom palo while a permtaent core it bolw eoccted by puriljlnc tbe bltxxJ dlUolUnt tbe pOIODOUanbo tanee uM rfjootlne U from the tiitem DR I D BLAND Of Brewton Oa wrlteai I lid boa rrorr a- SMSIte= aalh aI a- gatbarromrodie iwartladaraaaaltdw- tthaaambrorta twit phfklaabttaadths roller obUlm4 troo0 ttrrbumttLc DOUoIDiftlII and =r lsoe FREEIf you are entering with Rheumatism Nearolsla Uldoey Trouble or any kindred d IIntaee write to iu for a trial bottle Of DROPS and ten It jounelfS- DROPS11 can be tied any length of time wllbout acquiring a drug iiablU aaltlaeotlrtljfreeof opium cocaine alcohol laudanum and other similar Ingredient Jar6LOWuaWi Dtg 0 nMiS- WAUIGxl5EVMATlt ISlEe0RPAIY- Dena ea 1I0 Jake etreet17a1a- ga Irregularity is bad in every department of life in meals in sleeping hours but especially when it is a question of womanly habit Not only is it a sign of female disease but unless cured it will cause dangerous troubles because of the poisons thus allowed to remain in the system If you suffer in this way get a bottle of Wine of CarduiMrs Lucinda Johnson of Fish Creek Wis writes I suffered for fourteen 14 yeas with hwgu larlty causing great pain At last I tried Cardui and now 1 am cured At all druggists In 1 bottle Write today for a free copy ofvuable64pqemQstre4Book for Women If you nM Medical WRITE US A IxriERAdvkc describe your yW any ttitliw age and reply win be sent In plain MM tttvttoe Addteut LadIeS AdyMory Degt Tin lydklaa Cat7ttaaoe a J aa COMMISSIONERS NOTICE e Wolfe Circuit Court Kentucky 0 LOOAX LINDOX Administrator FRI 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 receive and hear proof of claims against said Decedent and that nil claims not requiredbywill be forever barred C C FULKS M C W C C THE KENTUCKVCOLONEL And His Beautiful Whc Printed in the Interest of the New Kentucky Germantown This is the only magazine of its kind published iu Kentucky In it will be found the ideas and opinions of the beet people in the State The cream of Ken tucky literature will find its way to tbe columns of the COLONEL Tbe tone lis upliftlug aflcrd to do without the COLONEL and His WIFE II Features of the September number J C W Beckham and biB fight for a New KentuckyAugustus Eo Wilson A character sketch The Farmers Fight against Monopoly In KentuckyJame N Kchoe Religion in tbe Kentucky Mountains ft B Teal Preemption Humorous allegoryW II Pepper The Future of the Kentucky BoyH K Taylor Knights of the Golden Circle The new magazine is receiving the attention of literary people over the entire State and from present indications it will have a very large circulation- It will be proluiely illustrated contain 52 pages make its appearance monthly and will be sent to any address for CO 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 TILE HERALD one year for 125 Send your subscription to this office and do It now so you won t a copy T E GeoiHOngmiIIinoIg I The CecilLong Millitiory hnye re ceived their stock of full and win ter lndip furnishing goods j hate latest creation both trimmed and nntriniinnd latest frames and trimmings Also a complete line of dress goods and trimmings readymade skirts shirt waists silks underwear hosiery gloves and the finest line of ladies and childrens cloaks ever on display in Hazel Green The ladies are requested to call andsee before buying Our stock comes from the fore most firms of Cincinnati and you are sure to get the latest styles in everything when you buy from us Respectfully CECIL LONG a A J t Hazel Green Academy Fall Term Opens Sept 10 1907 0 Indications jiow foretell the largest attendance in the history of tthe school for tho Fall TermkThe COURSES OF STUDY have been revised so as to afford th best advantages possible for young men and women who desire to bet tar prepare themselves for teaching or wish to prepare for the STATE CERTIFICATE or the STATE DIPLOMAto tOMOREf The Faculty is composed of Eight Teachers I ICareful attention is given to each student TUITION IS FREE GENERAL EXPENSESFall Term of 14 weeks 500 Winter 1Boardj j Furnished Rooms Free CataloguesM H J DERTHICK PrteeitfL ot BIt OYFEI J TO ALL SUBSCRIBERS 00000oooooaesooooaoooooeeoeeeeooaoeaoaofdoooooooeeoooooaow oeooaeoeeedewaa0 iItTHE GREAT American Farmer j1 Indianapolis Indiana 1 The Leading Agricultural Journal of the Naltion Edited by an Able Corgi of Writers publiehedIt t homes of rural people in every section of the United States It gives the farmer and his family something to think about aside from the humdrum of routine duties jkVEvery Issue Contains an Original Poem by SOLON L GOODS 00000 DOOUOOOO 0 DO OG u OOOI 0 00 000 eooteooooeoooooooeo 00000 0 10000 00 4 Within the Next Thirty Days We Offer Two for the Price of One THE HERALDThe old reliable county paper and THE AMERICAN FARMER BOTH ONE YEAR FOR 75c JPVThis unparalled offer is made to all new subscribers and all old ones who pay all arrears and renew within thirty days Satqplp copies free Address THE HERALD Hazel Green Ky aA cat Ar iGI V1I have for sab one of the nicest best improved small farms in Clark County situated in the Becknerville neighborhood on the Booneshorough and Athens pike and contains 74 A RES OF GOOD LAND has a large nice dwelling with 10 rooms and beautifully lo cated Has barns enough to house 15 acres of tobacco or to stall 50 head of horses Must bo seen to be appreciated ALSO TRACT NO 2 adjoining the above containing 05 acres and has on it a cottage house and a G acre tobacco baru Call at the home or address L C Pica Athens Ky jWaAM + r FARM FOR SALE Untilsold 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 bqrn a fwithacres the majority in blue grass Twp good cisterns one at the house and onset barn with plenty running water f Call and see place or write to1tE TTAULBEE x k Route 3 Mt Sterling 3Ty I Jfi u tLu t