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I ttl + VT J J lfll J 1 ynnrA r P r it THE HAZEL GREEN HERALDJ O Eatablihed March 4 1886 Made Famous In the Story of11 Jonathan and file Continent by Max ORell 0A TWENTYTHIRD YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 17 1907 NUMBER 10 BPKKOEB Owner D1heOldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 75 Cents a Year CAMPION CURRENCY 0F H Keyes representing West ftakingf Mr Jarrett and a crew of bands I from OroBBville Tenn are nowhere I finishing their work on thebnew jail and bank buildinJstThe oil well drilled in on the Widow Norton lease south of town I by the BeokettIeeman Co yesterday I is said to be the best well fberf R L Carroll and wife A B Cox and wife I R Hollon A R i Marshall Tom Wilson W GII Lookhart Harry Lowers aud Doug las Evans are among those from Campton attending the trots at Lexington this week 0 W Whitcomb and son Ben l who have been drilling oil and gas wells in Morgan county the last 5 Zi two years are now at Campton taking leases with a view to doing some drilling in the Campton field I Marriage licenses have been is sued to the following named perII eons G B Kidd aud Ida Bailey Opt OJ Howard Robinson and Letha Burnett Oct 7 Scott Pence and Pearlie Pence Oct 7 1 Jonas Robbins and Zerilda Sloano Oct 7 and John Banks aud Belle i Banks Oct 7 1 Messrs Walker and Baldwin were engaged here Saturday andt1I Monday in conducting the 4County Farmers Institute Tho lectures delivered by these men I were very interesting and benefi I cial to the farmers and all who J did not attend missed much Offi 1 care for the coming year are A W Landrum Pros 0 T Asbury let Vice Pros C S Sample 2dI+gr Vice Pres Jamas Drake Seoy and S G Sample Treas Dr J R Carroll last week add 1t his house and lot in Campton in oluding his office building to S B Smith his father inluw for I r 2000 Dr Carroll will locate at Wilmore within the next tew I weeks and Mr Smith will move fx into the property vacated by Dr a Carroll Dr Daniel Kash who re 1r cently graduated from the HosI pital College of Medicine at Louis i 1viUe has rented an office in the + Folks Building in Campton sos that this place will still be sup- Ci plied by three active uptodate oowrsICiC Oct 15 S SI j Spacial Commissioners Sale 0 Wolfe Circuit Court Kentucky FLOyD DAY AS COMMITTEE FOR J TAYLOR DAYPlaintiff vs DAYEveDefendantsJ TAYLOR f NOTICE Is hereby given that pursu t an order of sale entered in 07urofJ McLiu as Special Commissioner of the Wolfe Circuit Court will OB Monday November 4th 1907 r it being County Court day at abont one 1OClOCK lIell at public outcry at the Court House door In Campton Ky to the highest and best bidder all of the timber upon the following described tract of land except the locust which is reserved situated in Wolfe County Ky to wit A certain tract or parcel of land If Countyfland lies on tbeJWidowa fork and Caney I branch head tributaries of the southern Or right band fork as you go up of the north fork of Red river and bouuded and described as follows to wit Beginning at a beech about one foot in diameter on the upper side of the county road leading up said Widows fork to tho Hunting fork of Quicksand 3 or 4 poles east from said Widow fork near n e corner to the 50 acres of land Godsey void to Letcher Davis and at A thence b II rm w 1410 poles to a point In center of said road thence up with the road and said Davis line s 16140 18 12 poIncave s 16 e 8 po 2 south 6 410 south Y4 e78 34 e 12 610 po pt 35 links n 66 e from a beech at 3 same course s 301- f I I e 6 910 mow in all 199 10 Point at edge I j forK of said 5 310 poles a 30 14 p from i 4ti a beech s 41 o 11 110 po white pak atII fr west edge of present road a 42 e 12 po to stake a 28 12 e 8 410 po to B e stake in center of said road 1 p a 67 w a from a set stone 3 310 po n 20 w from large double oak on 8 w side of said abont 112 poles n e from said fork II e corner to said Davis Thence leaning said road and fork with Davis line a 67 w 40 810 po stake 4 710 poles rolntbetweenof same same course B 67 w 48210 more in all 81 po to C a point a in and about 2 feet from west end of a long slim rock at the western side of a prong of said branch 22 links a 22 e from e beech sapling standing 5 or 6 feet west a beech tree on west side of prong 22 12 w 55 po crossing said Lick Branch 45 more In all 100 pp to D set stone and Hickory bush 6 links a 64 w l from a black jack 13 links n 64 e from a leaning locust 21 links n 81 w from a chestnut oak all points on the point or divide between said Lick branch and the Steer branch Davis n w corner and corner and corner to Leander Dunns Thence up with said divide and Duane a line n 72 w 8 po to hickory and black oak n 76 14 w 10 410 po to 4 stake links B 76 e from a leaning chesty nut oaka 33 14 w 8 110 po to some small chestnuts 8 60 12 w 10 310 po to stake 7 links n w from a hickory- on point a 70 34 w 8 410 po to small locust a 48 12 w 7 810 poles to a chestnut oak s 30 12 w 13 810 po to a lean ing chestnut oak s 48 12 w 6 Jpo to a white oak B 63 w 17 810 to a stake at- 6141iknen44wfrom hickory pointer on the dividing ridge between said Lick ranch and Steer branch and the Elvin Wilson fork of Red river and corner to said Dunn and John Furguson thence with said Furgusons liner up with the l divide between said Lick branch and Wilson fork a 212e 10 310 po to a stake s 15 e 13 12 po to a chestnut oak of a low gap a 37 12 e 8 210 po o a small chestnut oak s 30 34e 19 12 po to a leaning scaly barked hickory s 66 12 e 14 710 po to 6 a stake on a a little snob 1 po s 18 o from a chestnut oak e pointed a 18i 34 e 24 po to a stake B 30 16 e 18 G 10 to a chestnut oak about ten steps above some loose rocks a 43 e 12 310 P to 7 a chestnut oak on th divide ridge between the waters of said Widows fork and Wilson fork to wit 8 w r 1210 to a large double chestnut- oak a 4112 e 16 710 po to a small black oak on top of a clifl s 79 e 7po to two small maples about tree feet apart at and west of a big rock near and below said cliff at 8a70 12 elf 710 pn to ache tnut oak 5 810 more in all 161 2 po to a amall hickory a 62 e 10 po to lower edge of a cliff 10 links 8 52 e from- a double dogwood 8 45e 18 810 poE to two small black oaks 3 feet apart and where said ridge is joined by the point between said Lick branch and the Dead ening branch the last named branch runs into said Widows fork 60 or 70I yards above the lower cabin thence on unsaid ridge a 34 23w 18 210 po to a white oak B 44 12 w 10 po to F to two white oak about 8 feet apart corner to Elvin Wilson thence up said tidgeI andWilsonB lines 26 12 w 3 210 po t 9 a white oak s 1214 e V8 12 po to hickory on a knob s 68 12 e 12 12 po to a small locqst a 49 12 e 21 810 po 10 I to a stake on a knob between two chest nut oaks a 8 12 w 18 po to a small mul berry a 18 w 13 610 po to a stake seven and a half link southwest from a hickoryr pointer B 8 14 e 15 810 po to a chestnut sal where said ridge is joined by the point between said Deadeniug branch and the Rock gap branch thence up said ridge between the Wilson fork andI the Hock gap branch s 42 w 17110 po to a dead chestnut oak three feet wes from a black jack 11 s 3 12 w 32 210 po to G two shelf bark hickories four ridgebetweenof Red river and the Jack Wilson fork of Frozen Creek of Kentucky rivet cor ner to the laud formerly owned by Jack ron ii Wilson now Center Allen Co and county line between Wolfe andI Breathitt counties Thence on up with said ridge and line s 44 112 e 17310 po to two small hickories s 3312 e 8 910 po to two walnuts together a 20 14 e 6 po to 12 letters J f D on the lower point of a low cliff s 24 12 e 17 910 po to a large shell bark hickory poplarps 27 e 6 610 po to a smllll hickory about ten steps below a big rock 6 610 po mor- in e all 13 610 po to a stake on ridge above said rock s 44 12 e 13 210 po to a smallI hickory on a high knob at CIS s 63 12 e 11 910 po to a stake s 69 ell 910 po to two chestnuts at the point of a rock B 32 e 10 po to a locust s 14 12 e 14 210 poto 14 a hickory a 11 18 e 12410 po passing a chestnut oak121 2110 more in all 24 12 po ton walnut bush s 43 12 e 12 610 po to a small hickory and walnut at the head of the prong o t said rock gap branch Thence s 81 u 10 po passing a small walnut 16 310 po more in all 26 310 po to a large white oak where said ridge is joined by the point between the rock gap branch nnd OliverI11 runs poles above the upper cabin Thence Ion up the ridge county line etc s 49 26 210 po to black oak stump at 14 s 72 16 310 po to a stake halfway between po black oak and shell bark hickory about a 12 feet apart s 87 14 e 15 12 po te a stake 1 7iO po a 87 e from a small chestnut at 16 B 25 o 26 610 po to a white old oak 8 11312 e 29 6 10 to a white oak and dogwood a 25 e 3 810 po to 16 a white oak old corner tree a Il e 9 410 po to n two small dogswooa together s 67 e 15 310 po H to a stake seven links a 20 e 79 from a small hickory n 59 e 4 12 po to hickory n 61 e 8 410 po to a big water oak at tbe head of soother small branch of said Widows fork Thence n 47 12 n y 310 po to chestnut oak n 3312 e I 11 310 po 171 to a small forked walnut forking near the ground about ten feet s e countylinelInelthenco leaving said ridge and coun I with the Caudill line down a point towit n 8 14 w 35 210 po toa 1 large chestnut oak n IU 12 w 7 710 po to a large chestnut n 29 14 w 24 po to a small cbestnutandsomechestuutsprouts growing together six or eight feet above small hickory at the foot of tbe hill on 1 the south side of the last named branch no 19 e 7 710 po to Iepointor atone at the mouth of said branch in the cAnter 1 of said Widows fork 40 links a 32 12 w from a black oak on a rock and on the north side of said county road thence up the road a 65 e 12 po to J a point on southern side of said road in center a of said creek 2 110 poles a 19 14 w from 1 a large beech on a bank or point near J and east of a drain Thence n 19 14 e I 38110 po to K two largejchestnut oaks together an old corner on the di i viding ridge between the waters of Red river and the Johnson fork of Licking I river the Wolfe and Magoffin county line and on the line of tbe Keeton lands iat thence with said ridge and lines towit 1 n 66 14 w 16po to a stake n 26 w 14 910 po to a hickory n 5312 w 12 a 810 po to a hickory bush n 361 w IS 810 po to 18 a chestnut oak n 14 34 w 12910 to the corner of alarge rock on point of a cliff or rocky place n 11 10 810 po to a stake on a knob n 29 12 w 10 610 po to a stake six feet of n w from a black jack pointer n 49 12 w 1112 po to a maple sapling n 34 w a scheetnutoakn71e 2 w 10 211 po to a small sourwood in very plow gap at A narrow of said ridge be tween said Widows fork and Johnson waters thence n 5 w 14 poles to a stake on a rockey point n 29 12 e 8 po to a u chestnut oak and two dogwoods n 80 8 610 po to three small chestnuts together n 2312 e 13 210 po to 20 a hickory a and locust near and below a cliff n 40 e 7 po to big rock on a ridge between two larks rocks n 47 12 e 22 8 10 to a small hickory on a high knob near two chest nut oaks at 21 n 17 34 w 27 610 p to a leaning chestnut oak and two small hickories n 14 14 e 14 po to a chestnu- oak n 27 12 w 24 410 po to three chest note from same root at 22 n 8 12 w 18 910 lo a hickory n 2012 e 1112 po to a stake halfway between a maple and a chestnut oak one pole apart n11 e 17 610 po passing a triple dogwood 22 410 po more iu all 40 po to chestnut bush eGtkoe jj- about nine facto 17 e from a sourwood I pointer on a high knob on said ridge and I I line and it is joined by tbe point between I the upper Bear branch ot said Widow s fork and the waters of said Caney branch Thence on around with said I r ridge and lines a 62 12 e 11 910 po to a I white oak B 88 12 e 11 8 10 po to a smallI Il hickory n 60 e 5 710 po to a chestnut n 43 e 11 po to a poplar n 72 e 20 310 po 23 to a stake four links a w from a chestnut pointer n 57 e 7 210 po to a staKe eight linKs s e from a locust pointer n 31 14 e 8 po to a stake chestnut oak pointer 10 po more in all1 18 po to a chestnut n 38 e 22 po to a chestnut oak n 12 34 018810 to twp chestnuts together n 1 e 22 13 poles to a stake in a path leading from Caney to Johnson fork 13 12 links northward from a chestnut oak pointer at24same course 15610 po more in all 38 110 po to 25 a chestnut 2 po a w from a knob n 46 e 9 710 po to a chestnut oak n 55 12 e 16 po to a blacK oaK n 45 12 e 20 BIO po to a gum n 21 e 20 po to a white oaK n 33 e 4 810 po to M a hicKory bush scrub by on a Knob where said ridge amid line is joined by the divide between two prongs of Canoy branch Thence on around with said ridge and lines n 84 34 e 23 410 po to a white oaK 38 e 9 710the po to a hicKory n 23 34 e 34 610 po to 426J a small swell butt hicKory on a Knob s77 a 16 310 po to a dead oaK s 07 12 e 16 810 po to a staKe twelve liuxe north from a chestnut oaK n 33 e 16 210 po to a dogwood n 5 3443I 1b730 po to LN a walnut n2w731 0Inc po to s hicKory n 13 12 w 7210 po to a hicKory at or near bead of main prong of Caney n 21 34 w 16 110 po to a chest nut oaK no SO 12 w 9 po to a chestnut oaK at 271 west 28 po to a hicKnfy on said ridge between Caney brooch and a branch of said Johnson forK called the Cranes Nest Thence n 6ft 12 w 29 110 po to a spotted oaK n 19 12 w 1 po to a staKe chestnut oaK pointer n 32 w 12 310 po to a chestnut oaK 5 12 po more in all 17 810 po to a staKe at 28 from small blacK oaK pointer 11ewest of a fence a 87 12 w 17 210 pa tto- e a big forKed chestnut oaK n 54 w 13 610 po to a chestnut oaK n 15 w 16 12 to a staKe u 28 po to a staKeat29 on Knob and on top of a cliff on center of said ridge 1 110 poles s 67 e from a chestnut at cliff n 58 w 9 410 po to an dead hollow burntchestnut stump attI Caneybreach10 w from a large rocK at and above said pllthn 46 w 27 poto a hicKory n 84 w 208 10 po to two hicKories n 33 potwo6814 w 13 910 po to a small hicKory 12 w 2311 lOpo to a locust nearly be tat totl311 a white oas in a very low gap on said ridge between said Caney branch and tbe ROCK licK branch of said Johnson forK n 67 w 10 po to a blacK jacK gfroln17 12 po to a point halfway between chestnut oaK and two small chestnuts together n 66 12 w 20 po 32 to a chest nut oaK B 57 34 w 9 710 po to a small hicKory a 64 w 13 310 po rO to a talla slender dead hicKory on sold ridge andtl county line nt or near the head of tbeII lower branch and corner to said Lean der Dunn Thence leaving saidridge and connty and down the divide between said Caney and Lower Bear brooches and Dunns line a 2712 w 11 8 10 po to white oaK a 28 w 20 12 po to a double or forKed chestnut at corner to saidcDunn ahd on the lines of the J L Henry land at P Thence leaving said divide and with said Henrys down Jto a point between two drains of said Caney leaninghicsorynut oaK a 45 e 12 12 po to a gum and below some chestnuts a 40 e 6l810 to a chestnut oaK five or six feet l above a chestnut oaK and blacK oaK 60 e 10 610 po to a chestnut oaK about two poles above a rocKy part of said point 831 s 87 12 e 25 12 po to a pop lar a 43 12 e 8 610 po to a beech B 56 12 e 812 po to a small poplarand dog wood bush half pole west of a prong Caney branch about 20 feet west of a little caveand eight or ten feet east from beech lettered Wm Allen at r liThence down said proug 8 14 14 e 23 12 i to a horn bean near and west of tbe breach s 3 12 e 33 po to R a large aourwood eight or ten like southward from a beech about ten feet n 87 w from dogwood bush blazed on the west side of said prong Thence s 6 Ii4 w 9 610 po to a stake 10 links n50 w from dogwood small one 14 links s 70 e from an ash 15 links u 15 e from a beech all pointers on the D w bank of said prongabout A poles n e from the junc tion with main Caney branch Thence beakoof sold branch at a sharp in same a 03 12 w 8 610 po to S a beech on the 1 east bank of breach s 46 12 w 19 12 po to a maple five or six feet s w from a j beech OD west bank s 42 34 w 9110 po toII beech on east aidaof the branch and between It and another prong of it about juuctlonThenceforked beech about ten steps s or s wI from the main branch Thence leaving it and on with sHill Henrys line up a point s 12 w 19 410 po to a white oakI17 34 w 18 310 po to a double dog wood s 29 w 23 12 po to a large hickory at and below cliff Thence a straieht lIno a 76 w 12 po to Us dogwood 38 links s2812e from a small tall slim hickory pointer on the dividing ridge be tweed said Casey Creek and Widows fork Then down with said divide n 26 14 w 21 8 10 pn to a chestnut oak n So 14 w 7 610 po to a stone 4 4 10 more in all 12 po to the north edge of a large rock on the point of a cliff n 66 w 13 310 po to a small half dead hickory n 34 w 8 po to a large loaning chestnut oak about 1 12 po above the cliff or rocKy ledge n 71 w 11 po passing a chestnut oak 7 310 more in all 18 310 po to 34 a staKe on the ridge 17 linKs anLazeddt marKed a lino trio Thence leaving said ridge nnd s 55 14 w 20 610 to the begin ing and containing within the foregoing boundary One Thousand One Hundred and FortyOne I1141 acres The timber upon Tract No1 except tbet locust which is reserved is to be sold upon following terms and credits The purchaser shall have the right toI enter upon soil take and hold exclusive po session of said land for the purpose of our1 with the right manufacturing and remov ing therefrom the said Umber and products and the further right of erecting construct and maintaining and operating on over and through said lands all such buildings wills sheds panda roads tramways rail rondo and similar structures as the pur chaser his heirs ant assigns may deem proper to be used far tbe purpose of aud In connection with hU operations iu cuttlnII manufacturing hauling and transporting 4the timber and timber products of said lands and all lauds adjacent or convenient I thereto upon condition that the purchaser shall complete the cutting and removal of tZie timber including tho tie timber upon so much of said laud as is drained by the right hand fork of Red River which for convenient identification ii denominated the first section before he begins the re mogul of nay timber upon the rest of said boundary which is drained by the waters of Caney Branch to be called the Second See fur convenient Identification it being understood however that while working out the first section the purchaser may fell the trees on said second section and saw them into logs but may not remove them Irom their location before finishing on the first section it being further understood that there U to be no oblgatlon upon the to cut any particular quantity or inds of timber at all and all work upon first section shell be completed within three years from date of the sole and that upon the second section within five years from said sate and upon the purchaser be to remove the timber from the section or if not then at the expiration of three years from sold sale all the purchasers rights to said first section shall cease and they shall surrender ponesslon of of the first section except so much as have erected improvements on and at expiration of five years from the day of sale the purchasers rights shall cease in and they shall surrender possession ofsaid section and all tramroads buildings and other improvements put upon any part ot the whole boundary except saw mills sheds and machinery shall thereupon be ome the property of the owner of the lee in said tract but this provision Is not to prevent the removal of any tramroad or structure tram one part of the land to anther provided it is not removed from the lands Itself And that this sale be made upon the fol owing credits Onethird in six months and the remainder in seven equal install ments due respectively 10 14 1822 2630 and 34 months after the day of sale with the privilege to the purchaser to pay in cash at any time any part of said purchase money in sums of one thousand dollars or more and in the event of delault for thirty days in the payment of any ot said bonds allshall become due and payable aud if in proceedings instituted in good faith the second party is prevented from cutting and removing said timber by tnjuction or other process then the maturity of the unpaid bonds shall be extended without interest for such a length of time as the second party are thus interrupted and the periods allowed for completing the work shall be correspondingly extended neither shall there be any liability upon the part of the first party or the estate of J T Day because of any such interruption and In the event such interruptions apply to less than the whole of said tract then the amount of the bonds whose payment is to be extended shall not exceed an amount equal to 2717 for each acre upon which there is such in terruption and in like manner tbe time for completing the work hall only be extended as to such portion of the tract upon which work is thus interrupted with the provis ion that in tbe event the purchaser should be so interrupted on the first section he shall have the right after completlng nch portion thereof as is not affected by the in terruption to proceed to the Second Section In the same manner asif under tho prior provision herein be bad completely worked out the First Section and with the right to return and complete such remainder of the First Section after be has com pleted the Second Section or If and when such interruption is removed And it fur ther appearing from the petition that said J Taylor Day also owns an easement and right of way appurtenant to the aforesaid tract INo 1 for the purpose of hauling the timber and produots over and through a certain 50 acre tract adjoining said 1141 acre tract as reserved in a certain deed from D S Godsej to Letcher Davis dated July 10 1893 aril recorded In the Wolfe County Clerks Of lice which easement and right of way was conveyed to the defendant J Taylor Day in a certain deed from D S Godsey dater July 10 1893 andrecorded in the Wolfe County Court Clerks Office in Deed Book 5 page 543 to which reference is had for A more complete description of said right of way It Is ordered and adjudged that in the sale of the timber upon said tract No 1 said easement aud right of WilY be sold plan with the timber herein above mentioned for such period of time as the purchaser may have for the purpose ot removing said timber The purchaser to give bond with approv ed surety for the purchase price payable to the Special Commissioner bearing six per cent interest from day of sale until paid said bonds to have the force pod effect of fj judgment and secured by lira retained upon the property sold except III the eon of timber Su which event said lien shall shall only last so long m sold timber or its products remain upon the land i J McLhN Special Commk lonf DIgDrt Ews OASTOn4JJ u i ri O f J- I j 2 f THE HERALD Entered At the llnrf Orern Pout rQT office aocoud clnut matter SPENCER COQPER Editor I HAZEL GREEN KY I THURSDAY Oct IT H 07 ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announceDYERI GlJ 1P Dyer as u cundidaio for the office of Jailor of Wolfe Ootintysub ject to the notion of the I mocratic part = = cC =State Normal Schools For several1 years past thn mica tors of tho State lmV sought to- stnblith a system of State Normal Schools but not until tile meeting of tho Legislature of HIO did they present their request for such leg islation in u manner that could be intelligently acted upon At that session of the General Assemhly which was Democratic two State Normal Schools were established with an annual appropriation of i20000 each annually for main tonence and 5000 each for equipment The present Democratic nominee for Superintendent of Public Instruction X 0 Winfrey was an earnest advocate of ths State Normal School hill and its passage was strongly urged by every member of the Democratic I administration from tho Governor down All thoso teachers who desire to become professional in thoir work and reap the richest harvest finan cially that tho profession offers all those who desire to see Ken tucky become one of tho leading States of the Union educationally and all those who pronn = p to make teaching their life work will be vitally interested in the future of those institutions their equip ment their extension and tleir proper maintenance TATE OF Unio CITY OF TOIHUC LUCAS COUNTYdpj Frank J Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of tho firm o- fFT Choney fc Co doing business in the City of Toledo county and Stato aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum ofuNK HUMMED I DOLIAHH for each stud every case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured tho use of Halls Cntnrrhcure byii FIIANK J CIIEXEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this Gth dayof December A D I860 jGIKASOXjj s Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free P J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Political Party Records Compared Republican 1900 the pur capita for common ThntIadministration left a deficit in the school fund of 14710269and an outstanding debt in addition of 18082025 The Republican State Superintendent deserted his offices reportDuringDemocratic administration the yer capita has averaged 822 and for the present year it is 840 tho largest in the history of the Commonwealth j and the rec ords show that the Democratic party has spent 1731078 9 more for education than the Republicans did and it has done it too despite the fact that when it took up the reins of government in 1900 publiotreasuryinherited from the Republican administration Not only has this deficit been paid by the Demo cratic administration but it has in addition appropriated for the lemosynary institutions of the State and for other laudable purposes t 251415108 more than the 1 Ropublioans did and on next Jan t uary after paying all outstanding obligations there will remain in f the public treasury the sum of 1 2i0000 and all this has been done on a taxrate 21c less than tho Ho publicans had Notice- A administratrix of the tiHtatn ot John It Evans deceased 1 hereby notify nil who haves claims iianinst tho said decednnt that they ivitist bo properly proven mid pro i untcd to mw 011 or before Novem her 1 1907 or they will be barred And all persons owing said decedent are hereby warned that they mint settle same by tho same Into or they viII l ln prciicedud ninst tKcTtinj to law I3pwtfully E IA oSio i Adm iIii intratrix tIJEsIEUMATISM SJMBflGO SCIATICA iEBRAiaiA and fJ 1JR 1 I ij ce tlia direct causes of these diseases Applied externally It affords almost ta r1 air relief from pain while a permanent I ours la bclne effected by purifying tho ITIOCKI dlssolrlne the poisonous BUD a Jtanc3 aaJ removing IS from the system its G 1l Of DRSDBLANDIarytallb I Wv uaii let j1 3hpirron ledleal worki and also consulted 1 ivrti aaunterof tLO best ph latans but found tlut tbl rellf obtained from If ii + Vli I satin roMrib lllnniruraotxa t r c 1 b inR1 i iafcai DJEreddJaE i j I 1 cro enfferne with Rheumatism v T EUanry Trouble or any kin i w Oh1C write to us for a trial bottle VDO3 and test j SHOPS can ho ItsourselfII iIn julrlnzw Gout ac f vtIntiiirsly free of opium cocaine j tc iritoaum and other similar I Ients f ctLr v ti CoenulobylrsuzYtst0D0ses1 Ir aUKJSATSC OURS COKPAHY a I 1 10O Lake street CUoco 11 i1 I SHERIFFS SALE j 14141 Hv virtue of an Execution No directtd to me which issued irom the tlerku office of the Wolfe Circuit Court in favor of J N Vaughn and J W Von ugalnijtJohnwill on Monday November 4 1907 be tween the hours of 10 oclock u in and j oclock p in at the Court House door Kentuckyitt day of the term of said court expose to public sale to the highest bidder the following described real estate or BO much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy plaintiflV debt interest and costs lyingInowitA I waters of Swifts Camp Creek and being I the same land conveyed to John C TolI Vaughnby 1 which is duly recorded in deed book 14 page 3JO Wolfe County Court Clerks office containing 100 acres more or less and bounded and describedas follows atowitof Wolfe and State of Kentucky and on the waters of Swift Creek and bounded offrankthence down the ridge with K U Land Companys line to Swifts Camp CreekI thence up said creek to Carter Van cleavea line thence with said line atnorth course with top of the ridge to line known as the J E Drake line thence a west course with the J E Drake line to Frank Tolsou line thence beginningAlso of land lying and being in Wolfe County Ken tucky and on the waters of Swifts Camp Creek and bounded and described as fol lows towit Beginning on a black oak marked on the top of a high knob on Jonathan Gilleys line thence a north course down the center of the point to the Bear Branch thence down the branch to the fence and a stone thence north with fence to the top of the cliff thence with the top of the cliffs to the falls of Spring Branch thence with the top of tbe cliff and W m L buntl- ine to the Combs line thence with his line to H D Spradlings old line thence with his line to Johnathan Gil lejaline thence with his line to the I M I Tfl1fACEQ IS RESERVED FOR cYi c soon Fall andWinter Goods I black oak the beginning containing KiO acres more or leas Levied on us the property of John C TotscmIEUMS Sale will be made cu credit of three months the purchaser 1I execute bond with approved security 110 have the force and ellrct of H replevii bondII County this tho sOlh day of September 1907 J W COX 1Sheriffo Wolfe County Ky PIpE4Ceci1Log I The CecilLong Millinery have received their stock of fall andwin ter ladies furnishing goods j hats latest creation both trimmed slid untrimmed latest frames and trimmings Also a complete line of dress goods and trimmings readymade skirts shirt waists silks underwear hosiery gloves nd the finest line of ladies and displayinThe ladies are requested to call and see before buying Our stock comes from the fore firms of Cincinnati and you sure to get the latest styles in everything when you buy from us Respectfully CECIL LONG The WinonnstnI Bank1 WINCHESTER KY N H WITHEESPOON President Paid Up Capital i 10000000 Undivided Profits t 11000000 Handsome Deposit of over i i I 850000000 This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and bus mess men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and oWen its custom era every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking loct2lr L A NEW MILLINERYAaa DRESS MAKING ESTABLISHMENT miSSBS Konog Mae1FerI TfOl OVER KASH SAMPLES HAZEL GREEN KY Misses MAPEL TROY Anncunco to the ladle 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 trimmid over seen in llnz I I ireen many of them being pattern hats and as they wero selected 1 Iv an expert milliner they are sure to please tho most fastidious in taste In addition to tho millinery business which includes all the lat est trimmings we have a Dress Making Department complete withII charts etc ready to cut and make Ladies and Childrens Shirt Waists Sacks and indeed all kinds cf sewing We are located over Kash Samples store and we assure you that all our goods are firstclans and prices as low as anywhere Call and see the stock for yourself Soliciting your patronage we remain Yours Respectfully MAPEL TROY rfFfJYVVUQV Q f Ladies Dress Goods In Fancy and Fashionable Patterns Hamburg Laces as fine as looms can make GENTS FURNISHING GOODS in cluding ties shirts collars suspenders etc Prints of the latest design and Domestics bleached and unbleached j a line of Rugs including Brussells and ingrain weaves Oifl Paints Drugs Glass Putty Stoves Tinware Crockery o CLOTHING SHOES HATS CAPS in ndless variety and great quantity so low in price you will 1 be bound 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 + r LE Fk Irnk1 if LL E iAt 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 of 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 I S 4 jF8B SALD I have for sola one of the nicest best improved small farms in rJBecknervillerJ Boonesborough and Athens pike and contains 74 ACRES OF GOOD LAND has a large nice dwelling with 10 rooms and beautifully lo cated Has barns enough to hous4l15 acres of tobacco or to stall 50 head of horses Must be seen to be appreciated ALSO TRACT No2 adjoining tho above containing 05 acr o giid has on ita cottage house 1 ann 66 acre tobacco barn Call v C athe home or address L C Plea Athens Ky TAke The Heraldonly 76c a year a M4 y r ir w y I 3 WhyReferto Because we make medicines for them We give them the formula for Ayers CherryIt Pectoral and they prescribe it for coughs colds bronchitis I consumption They trust it Then you can afford to trust it Sold for over 60 yearsIAyer Cherry rrlorRI Ifa n remedy that should be In every home I have used a great deal of It for hard cough unit colds mill I know what II tpleiullil medicine It It Iran not recommend It too hlrMAIIK E COIIBI Hjdo 1arit Mutt 1 YJcAyor Co Lowell Mast manufacturers of AMadIlI PilLSI SARSAPARILLA VIOOR Ayora Pills greatly aid tho Cherry Foctoral In breaking up a cold Roscoe Shnckolford moved into v the house he bought of Ellsworth Lacy Tuesday John Murphy of the Murphy fork has our thanks for a fine mess of mountain oysters John R Gant representing the George Cousin Co of Louisiana was at the Day House Tuesday John W Cravens offers his little home for sale For particulars address him at Frankfort Ky DrC H Williams reports re cent birth of a 10pound boy to the wife of George 0 Lacy of Laurel The funeral of John Davidson will bo preached at Daysboro on Sunday Oct 20 and there will be dinner on the ground Henry Matlock with McMillen Hazen Co Knoxville Teen reg istered at the Day House Saturday and remained over Sunday Henry Murphy of the Murphy fork Monday bought of Sebron Walter 10 head of short yearling heifers for 100 cash in hand Cr ca w 1o1Lf2 Dun thelimo Kind You llava Alwarc BraM SJgnature 7Ao-f tb4 Frank Cecil and wife of Grassy I have the thanks of the cilim1 and his bettor seveneighths fur uaiej nice eating and cooking tipples There will be a box supper at the Frank Johnson schoolhouse on Lacy creek Saturday evening the proceeds to go to school repairs Lee Caske who has been confined to his house for about five months was able to walk to town Saturday but is still quite weak Friends of Mrs Belle Godsey ex poet her arrival here this week and in behalf of the citizens we in advance bid her a warm welcome CASTORIAI for Infants and Children the Kind You Have Always Bought Boars the- ibaiattlro of 1 I Little Daisy youngest daughter of R J McLin and wife has the thanks of our better seveneighths for a bunch of beautiful flowers I Bill Coyle of Richmond who t has been working for J B Hollon fe Son as a sawyer and general mill man is now stopping at the Day House Mrs Frank Cecil and her daugh ter Miss Lillie of Grassy Crook visited Mrs Cecils father Unole Harry Swaugo and his wife last Thursday John H Rose left Sunday for Louisville where ho goes as dele I gate to tho Grand Lodge of the FI and A M from Mizpah Lodge No 507 of this place Miss Glenn Blankonship the adopted daughter of Tom Lee and wife has the thanks of the editor and his better seveneighths for a basket of eating apples lIurt seveneighthsfor squash and a lot of tomatoes I j A P Lacy of Lacy creek is this week helping invoice the J T Day store and it Looks like old times to see him again behind the counter where he spent so many years IDr Nickell reports the birthof a boy to tho wife of rhos Walter of Grassy Friday night Oct 11 also to the wife of James Tibbs of Lacy Creek Saturday Oct 12 a gidGoldenIAngelina confined to her home since Friday with what Dr Nickell thinks is appendicitis from his diagnosis She suffers excruciating pains nearly all the time Charley Rose spent last week in Breathitt county where he bought JO head of cattle which willaver age 1100 lbs He also traded for a sixyear old mule at a cost of 1 10 in four head of cattle Mrs J H Stamper and her lit tle boys are visiting South Stain per and family at Sellers while the Doctor is doing dental work at Lee City The latter will go to Dan in Menifee county next week Mrs J S Rittonhonso and her sister Mrs John G Shuler left on Monday for Martinsville Ind where they will take treatment in a sanitarium for rheumatism with which both are afflicted more or less Cures Hlooil Skin Diapason Cancer Greatest mood Purifier Free If your blood is impure thin diseased hot or lull of humors if JOU have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema Itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or or skin disease take Botanic anrblooll D B B Soon pit sores heal aches and paIns stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggists or amplefreeGa B B B Iis especially adrissed for chronic deepseated cases as it cures after all else fails Mrs Emily Lacy who was en gaged in the culjnary department of the Yancey Home one night last week fell whil going home and severely sprained her ankle since which she has been confined to her home Mrs Bertha Kaah has our thanks for u nice lot of ripe tomatoes and also forta peel of green ones which the better seveneighths will convert into pickles and the edi tor will show his appreciation of them as a condiment Dr B M Manning of Ait Ster ling once an honored student of hazel Green Academy and an all uiull favorite mountain boy ex tended his visit in this country to Hazel Green where he spout his time with tho family of A P Dye Mrs Hal Smith and son Jack left last Thursday for a prolonged visit to her father and mother near Louisville where she will be joined by many brothers and sisters in a family reunion She will also spend several days in Frankfort and Lexington Bruce Duff of Montgomery county was the guest of F N Day and wife Sunday night and left Monday for Grassy creek to buy from John H Ferguson a house pattern for a fine residence He says he can haul it and save 1000 on the 1000 feet Dr Daniel Kash who recently graduated at the Hospital School of Medicine Louisville has located at Campton for the practice of his profession Dr Carroll has sold out his iuterests there and it leaves a good opening for our young friend Dr Daniel A fire started in tho flue of the Pieratt store next to the postoffice Tuesday morning about 030 but was fortunateiy discovered in time to prevent serious damage Again we urge the authoritieuof the town to provide some kind of a hand tirefighting apparatus or serious damage will be done sooner or later Jeffy Rose of Lacy Creek last week brought to this office three of the largest sweet potatoes we have seen this season Indeed anyone of the trio was sufficient fora mess for five or six people for which he will accept the thanks of theeditor and his better seveneighths Cleveland Ohair one day last week killed two copperhead snakes on Laurel which arc perhaps as large or larger than any overseen around here One of them meas three feet seven inches and lured both with a club at one stroke Ellsworth Lacy who recently sold his photograph gallery to Joe A Rose last week sold his house and lot to Roscoo Shackolford the consideration being 750 Monday ho moved to his farm on Lacy Crook but he will still come here Saturdays to make pictures for his patrons For Sale To settle up the estate of Win Preston Trimble deceased the old Trimble homestead located in Hazel Green Ky and embracing GO to 75 acres of groundwith a dwelling of five or six rooms with stable good garden etc Will be sold at private contract Apply to- W T WHAMSY or HAKIAN TRIMBLE Al1 Nickell of Lee City has sold his Daysboro home and lot to Thomas Taulbee the consideration being 575 Ho IS here this week helping to invoice the J T Day store and tolls us he recently bought a home of IOU acres five miles from Winchester to which he will probably move some time next year Young meil and ladies with am telegraphyUnder which gjes into effect next March over 18000 additional telegraphers are required by the railroads in payfromginners You can qualify in three or four months time fr full details write to the National Tele graph Institute Cincinnati Ohio Mr H M Briggs and Dr Eton who are special friends of John D Rockefeller the richest man in the world will be hero next Wed i nesday and will be the guests of our town two or three days They come progressing report their impressions to Mr Rockefeller It behooves the citi zens of our town to show them every courtesy and extend them warmhearted hospitality which we feel assured they will do 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 Bucklons Arnica Salve Its out of sight out of mind and out of existence Piles too and chil healinginfluonce ing druggists of Wolfe county at 25p McChesneys Speech Owing to several muses chief among which is the fact that the people are quite busy gathering fodder supplemented by short notice and inadequate advertising the crowd to hear McChesney Wednesday was small His speech was in defense of tho admipistra tion of Gov Beckham and other incumbants in office and he point ed with pride to the record showing the State to be out of debt the school fund increased liberal ap propriations made etc and de glared that Democracy would tri umph in the present struggle Lack of space prevents us from giving more details but we will next week 00000000000000000000000000o 0s0ztOtSHe took Scott oS Emulsion Result 0I- F She gained a pound a day in weight t ALL SOe AND 9100 OOOOOO a orOOOO g II 13111 IInCoMa r 1 1 ASTORIA 0 A gctablePreparattonforAs- similatinglhcFoodandlleQula ling the Sloinachs antlBowels of- Ij Promotes DigcslionCheerruf- ncss and nestConlains neither Oplumloforphinc nor fincr- alNorNAnc OTICh- rrpeafOldb SlLTLPtT3 4 loin Sad AbtS8Uttt JfsJr- Anie Jet n e rat IILSdiiItaL renilarw forConsiipaRon Worms Convulsions feverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature of- NEW P YORK month a id J5 Posts 5 CENTS EXACT COPY OF WRAPPE- Rr J i CASTORIA The Kind You Have Always Bought I Bears S matureo of In- Use I I For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA CINTAUH COMMIT NW YORK 35 S S S Sx8 S S 8 x M4S X00000000 70000 QQO o Preserve jfip Shadow FTP SllfllfflflPP FfJflP II- f While in the enjoyment of healthI and looking your best fyou should have your picture trade I have the oriy gallery s ast of Mt Sterling fitted with a skylight and am tprepared g I to make PHOTOGRAPHS IN STYLE OF FINISH that is fknown to time art and in sizes IIrom 1x2 ix7 irclHi Every t thing I turn out iis guaranteed in lath material and vvurkman ship and having rendered satisfaction all my past patrons i I am confident that I can do so with nil future customers A j Strinl will convince you better than u coiumn of t6TI mnke pictures of FamilyGroups and l vellirps end vil talkiiy all calls to the country Gallery on State Street Elazel Green Ky Call and see t 11111 lea and learn prices ELLSWORTH L X N d N0 NNN V Hi ilJfJ fm101i7iEIr Iif H F PIERATT President e E F CECIL VicePresBt MARION KNIGHT Cashiers S G SAMPLE Attorney Catittttttodh 1Ji i 1500000 ill H1sm ili SA ie DIRECTORS PIERATTk jf l CECIL BROS Is headquarters Shoes Ladies and Gents and the finest line ever seen in Hazel Green Our Ladies Dress Goods Domestic Notions c are latest in pattern and the finest in fabric and in Groceries we carry eyerything thats good Give us a trial and pro e the of this E T ROSE S O SAMlLE ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and CounseloraatLaw CAMPTON KYIThis firm will practice in all the Courts of Wolfe and adjacent counties Special attention given to Corporation Law and LitigationOffices Farmers and Trade ra Ban- kDR C H WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Offers his profeitlonal services to the clti coun1tryOffice at his residence adjoining Hazel Green Bank For Infants and Children the tHC OUT ANY to to newspaper GJ for truth iFniitfI onwetial Treese s Shrubs Grape Vines Asparagus Ev e ry thing for Orchard Lawn and Garden We employ no agents Catalogue on Applies cation- H F HILLENMEYER SONSI LEXINGTON KY A c JV wor H i 1jR it v r R 6 I v ipV Gone For an Onting To the nrpri8e of his many imelptadhiqtsooiolyor business sin e about January 15 1898 on Saturday consented to go with his wife Mrs Roe Day to visit her father J G Triable of Mt Sterling Effort has been made time and again to get him to visit his friends during the interim but without effect until Saturday last when he vol untarily consented to go with her and his action in the matter is very encouraging to his many friends who now hope he may return to the business world in which he was formerly considered a prince without a peer Socially he was also a very companionable gentleman and now that Richard is likely to become himself again his closest friends are cheerful and sanguine Will Cecil and wife of Cedar Bluff Va who are attending the Jamestown Exposition last week sent the editor and his better seven eighths handsome little seashell souvenir covering a series of scenes at the exposition for which they have our thanks His Dear Old Mother liMy dear old mother who is now eighty three yeara old thrives on Electric Bitters writes W B Brunson of Dublin GaIIShe has taken them for about two years appetitefeelsThats the way Electric Bitters affect the aged and the same happy results follow in all cases of female weakness and general debility Weak puny children too are themGuaranteed and kidney troubles by all leading druggists of Wolfe county at 50 McDonald Bross Shows W 1JJ McDonald the advance man of McDonald Bross New Udited Shows was a guest of the Day House Saturday and Sunday While here he arranged for an ad of the show in THE HERALD and tcld us the show was improved in yearManyperformance last year and were well pleased with it and to these it will be gratifying news to know that it is still better It will exhibit here on Saturday the 19th inst and you should attend Mr McDonald says that if he can make proper arrangements he will winter his show at this place and if he does the farmers will have a market for additional produce Prof Derthick of the Academy tells us the report in last weeks paper about the accident to the two young ladies was extravagantly exaggerated since they were not severely scalded but only slightly stung by the heat of the ste- amEvery Heart=Ache Every pain in the breast dif ficult breathing palpitation fluttering or dizzy spell means that your heart is straining it self in its effort to keep in dangerousSome exertion or excitement will completely exhaust the nerves or rupture the walls or arteries of stopRelieve at once with Dr Miles Heart iCure It invigorates and nervessandheart action and relieves the pain and misery yournearIDr Miles Heart Cure- I suffered terribly with heart dis ease I have been treated by different physicians for my trouble physlIclonI had dropsy of the heart Ho put connectionJJnca finish of me Some tlmo before this a Mr Young of St LouIs was In our town He saw my and recommended Dr conditionI I Cure to me I gave It little k whenkJO say CHARLES GOODRICH Caruthersvlllo Mo Dr Miles Heart Cure laI told by your druggist who will guarantee falls the first bottle will benefit If It t he will refund your money JMUesMedical Co1 Elkhar1Ind I q l Wmena tedbto thror dead aNpJhjfcjkM kgiI t ity 1MIOI t I Make yours Into a passing shadow by taking amedicine that acts directly on your vomanfy organ l ourorderof which has caused your womanly troubles The right remedy for you when you have headtcqij b nerroua spells dragging paloa Irrtfufer fuactloaa Sic b Passing Wine of CarduiMrs R H Lawson of Sprott Ala writes I suffered with female troubles for 12 yearsttel4 doctors they did no good so I took Wine of CarduL I have taken 18 bottlefed greatly relieved and am Shadow better than In 20 years Sold by all reliable druggists In 100 bottles Try It MWkalWKIltJ24 AddrtMl Udk AJvbory PeOto 11MI ewes t LANDSAW LACONICS 0W L Kash is visiting his broth er Kelly Kash at Jackson Ambrose Swango of Powell county is visiting friends in and about this place N L Combs went to Jackson Monday to look after some real estate he has at that place Mrs Lou E Kash visited the family of Will Sbackelford of Frozen on last Sunday- E T Kash and son Arthur will start in a few days for Cincinnati to buy a new stock of goods Uncle Andy Taylor moved from Holly Creek last week to this neighborhood He is preparing to go to the Soldiers Home Leota Dickeraou of Carter coun ty who has been visiting her fa ther J P Tackett for the past week returned home Monday Lou Ellen Wilson accompanied her husband to this place the lat ter part of last week He is work ing on the new store of E T Kash- J M Tester of this place Stephen Sample of Campton and Z T Hurst of Boxer were here the 12tb taking depositions in the case of Pence vs Shackelford Quite a number of the boys here are wprking for the Wivant Stave Co on Lacy creek near Joe P Roses Among them are Andrew Williams General Dalton Sam and John Burohfield Isaac Adams Rollin Combs and Arthur Kash the boss teamsters- of Landsaw keep this neighborhood wonderfully disturbed by rolling out with their loads of umber one hour before day Louisa Rose whose illness was spoken of last week died at 4 oclock Friday the 11th and was buried the evening of the same day Her funeral was preached by Rev Hen Taylor Oct 14 ANON Hard Times in Kansas The old days of grasshoppers and drouth are almost forgotten in the prosperous Kansas of today al though an old citizen of Codell Earl Shamburg has not yet for gotten a hard time he encountered He says I was worn out and discouraged by coughing night and day and could find no relief till I tried Dr Kings New Discovery It took lees than one bottle to com pletely cure me The safest and most reliable cough and cold cure and lung and throat healer ever discovered Guaranteed by nil Wolfe county druggists at 50p and 100 Trial bottle free Misses Lulu Ectou and Lizzie Wells spent from Friday to Mon day at their home at Wellington taking with them Misses Arta Dye and Stella Manker The girls attended the Wells funeral at Bott schoolhouse on Sunday return ing home the following day ac companied by Robert Wells and wife and Dr B M Manning of Mt Sterling who enjoyed their short stay in our town hugely 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 of the bowels 25f at all leading druggists of Wolfe county Ellsworth Lacy on Saturday took his camera to E F Cecils residence on Grassy and photo graphed the family which on the occasion had a reunion O A S3 rOOEt X A Bens theito Klan You Haw AhwrsBouEtt sitastve 11 dplit I Master Commissioners Sale 0 Wolfe Circuit Court Kentucky 0S B Smith Guardian of Grace Smith and for Wallace Smith etc ON PETITION By VIRTUE of a judgmentaudorder of sale of the Wolfe Circuit Court rendered at its September term 1907 in I the above cause with interest at the rate of six annum from the 1th day of November ftm until raid I shall proceed to offer for sale at the CourtHouse door in Campton to the highest bidder at public auction on- Monday the4tb day of November 1907 at 1 p m or thereabout being County Court day upon a credit of six months the following decribed property towlt Each of said above named infants owning onetwentieth part of the timber maK- ing their entire interest onetenth of the same on the following described tractor parcel of land The boundary of timber- Is situated on the waters of Lower and OountyKyHigh Falls of Tolson Branch i thence an eastward course with the fence to the top of the point i thence a northward course with the meanders of the ridge to the county road thence a southeast course with the county road to Hobbs heirs and i thence with Hobbs line bacK to the county road i thence with same line to the S B Smith and Hobbs heirs and the H 0 Campbell land i thence a south west course with the meanders of the ridge to the beginning Containing about 300 acres of timber more or less For the purchase price the purchaser I with approved surety or securities must exceute bond bearing legal interest from day of sae until paid and having the force and effect of judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms This October 8th 1907 0 C FULKS Commissioner By I R HOLLON D C- MAGAZINE READERS StJlfSET XAGASINE a50sedarticclaabeutCaliforsiaaadi all the Far WaaareatCAMERA CRAft dcroted rath month le the ar tiue reprodudiDof the bat 100workofamcleiuuulprofcMioiAl eye photographer ROAD Or A THOUSAND WONDERS a book of 75 pages containing I lo colored photogrsphr of 075picturesque spot is California and Oregon Total 325 All for 150 AddrtM all order to SUNSET MAGAZINE Flood BuildingSw Francueo BEN MURPHY DEALER IN CENERAl STORES NEOLA KY Oilers the citizens in aud around Bele chawa the best line of goods ever seen in this section at the price A big round dollar spent with him will bring you more in return than it would anywhere Country produce and railroad ties taken in exchange for goody and your patron age is respectfully solicited Until you buy from him you will never know how much you can sa- veKILLTHECOUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery run COUCHSpaICE Free DD AlL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUAILANTEED STI8l1AmOB2 OB MONEY REFUNDED U 1 AcademyFall r Indications now foretell the largest attendance in the history of the school for the Fall Term i The COURSES OF STUDY have been revised so as to afford the best advantages possible for young men and women who desire to bet ter 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 Careful attention is given to each student 0 TUITION IS FREE 1Termi Board with Heat and Light 200 per week i Furnished Rooms Free y CafalogueaM I Ht J1e DERTHICK Principall tT MCDONALD BROSi GREAT SHOW HAZEL GREEN SATURDAY OCT I9rr i I Americas Mostt Popar SliOIa An UptoDate Show 0 ALL NEW AC1S Jj 1iraeaeJUGGLE StGOBTOBTIOHISTS WIDE INflE11S m GIGIIIJS1y FREE BAND CONCERTS Air OWE T IBOWNo Roughs are Admitted to the Performance and no noisy boisterous conduct is tolerated Officers glways on hand and perfect order is always maintained YYii f1 0GIY O I Y THE WORLDS GREATEST EXPONENTS OF THE O11ZO1TfrL Dlcft 77 00yr rwrr+varv YJ = TalkingOlowns GRAND FREE EXHIBITIONS II