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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r I THE HAZEL GREEN HERALDo Established March 41885 Made Famous inthe Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell 0 TWENTYTHIRD YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 24 1907 NUMBER 11 SEO1Owner aICrIThe Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 75 Cents a Year CAMPTON CURRENCYt 0J C B Little and wife and A T f fSamf tives and friends in Morgan county ll l I this week l I County Attorney G B Stamper went to Hazel Green on businesst last SaturdayISA H Stamper one Camptonsl I l leading attorneys is attending Cir- cult Court at Jackson this weeka Attorneys John Tester of Still water and Kelly Kash of Jackson n were in town on business yesterdays Attorney G C Allen of this place spent a few days of last l week with his parents at Lee Cityd Will Kash representing Trimble Bros Grocery Co of Mt Sterling is interviewing our merchants to dayol Attorney E T Rose went to 5 Simpson Breathitt county on business Saturday returning Sun dayoIsaac Elkins last Saturday soldll his Devils Creek farm of 400 acres to S S Rose and W S Tutt for I 10 per acre 5 J B Brissey cashier of the bank at this place after three weeks of illness in able to be at his place in 1 the bank agamsMts H E Oney of near Hazel Green is visiting her parents 1 Isaac Elkins and wife of this place this weektJohn C M Day is having a num ber of cottages built on his lot on Drake street for the occupancy of l employee of the M C R R I 8JWclosing out their stock of goods at this place The closing out sale is t under the special supervision of a Mr Chandler of GeorgiaoMrs David Williams of Big Stone Gap Va who has been vis iting relatives at this place for tho past two weeks left for home Monday L T Hovormale editor cf tho l Jackson Democrat was in town from Saturaay until Monday He will move his family to Jackson next week W L Byrd on Monday sold his houseand lot south of town on Washington street to B D Rose for 000 having on Saturday pur chased the Wayne Bryant property on Drake street for which he paid 1000 Opt 22 S S i Special Commissioners Sale 0 Wolfe Circuit Court Kentucky 0IFloYD DAY AS COMMITTEE FOR J TAYLOR DAy PlaintlffI vs iI NOTICE OF SALE J TAYMR DAY TcDefendants tNOTIOE is hereby given that punuI fIn4thisthe above court the undersigned It J lIcLiii as Special Commissioner of the Wolfo Circuit Court will Oa Monday November 4th 1907I it being County Court day at abont onel oclbcK sell at public outcry at the Court House door in Campton ICy to the highest and beet bidder all ofi the timber upon the following described tract of land except the locust which CountyKyA certain tract or parcel of land situated lying and being in tho County of Wolfe and State of Kentucky wblch Yancybranchor right band fork as you go up of the north fork of Red river and bouudedland described as follows towit Beginning at a beech about one foot in diameter on the upper aido of tbe county road leading up said Widows fork to the Hunting fork of Quicksand 3 or 4 poles east from said Widow fork near n e corner to the CO acres of land Godsey i sold to Lctcher Davit and at A thence n 67 w 1410 poles to a point In canter of said road thence up with the road and said Davis line 8 15 14 o 18 12 pt at 1 west edge of road s 29 e Iftpo in roadabout 1 12 poles w from a small i cav s 16 eSpo 2 south 6 410 south 34 f7s 34 a 12 010 po pt 85 links n GO e ftom a beech at o same course a 301 edgefOJKbtech s41 e 11110 po white oak at I 2esto stake s 28 12 e 8 410 po to Dj e stake in center of said road 1 p s 67 w a 1romlarge double oak on B w side of said ork abont 1 12 poles n e from said fork nd a e corner to said Havis Thence leaving said road and fork with Davis line s 07 w 40 810 po stake 4 710 poles rolntbetweentributary of same same courses 67 w 18210 more In all 8n po to C a point a iu and about 2 feet from west end of along slim rock at the western side of a of rong of said branch 22 links s 22 e from o beech sapling standing 5 or 6 feet west 11 from a beech tree on west side of prong 22 12 N C5 no crossingsaid Lick Branch 4r more in all 100 po to D set I and Hickory hush 0 links s 04 w from a black jack 13 links n 54 e from a leaning locust 21 links n 81 w from a- l i oak nil points on the point or- t l ivide between said Lick branch and the I Steer branch Davis n w corner and corner and corner to Leander Dunns Thence up with said divide nod Dunns ia ine n 72 w 8 po to hickory and black ak II 70 14 w 10410 po to 4 stake i links s 70 e from a leaning chestnut oaks 33 14 w 8 110 po to iof some small chestnuts s GO 12 w 10 310 I 0 to stake 7 links n w from a hickory i n point 1 70 34 w 8 410 po to small i locust s 48 12 w 7 8 10 poles to a chestnut oak s SO 12 w 13 810 po to a lean of ing chestnut oaks 48 12 w 6 Tpo to a a white oak s 63 w 17 810 to a stake at i 14 HVns n 44 w from hickory pointer on the dividing ridge between said Lick ranch and Steer branch and the Elvin Wilson fork of Red river and corner to i aidDuan and John Furguson thence i with Mid Furgusons line up with the Il divide between said Lick branch and Wilson fork a 2 12 e 10 310 po to a in stake s 15 e 13 12 po to a chestnut oak 3outho a small chestnut oaks 30 34 e 19 12 i po to a leaning scaly barked hickory s w 66 12 e 14 7 10 po to 6 a stake on a ia little Knob 1 po s 18 e from a chestnut oak ie pointed s 18 34 e 24 po to a stake s 0 16 e 18 610 to a chestnut oak about n en steps above some loose rocks s 43 e w 12 3 10 no to 7 chestnut oak on the divide ridge between the waters of said w Widows fork and Wilson fork towit l 6 w 0 12 po to a large double chestnut ak s 41 12 e 16 710 po to a small black oak on top of a cliO s 79 e7poto two i small maples about three feet apart at i and west of a big rock near and below I said cliff at 8s70 12 ell 710 po toa in chefetnut oak 5 S 10 more in all 16 12 i po to a small hickory s 52 e 10 po to 7 lower edge of a cliff 10 links s 52 e from l a double dowood s 45o Th 810 po E to two stasH black oaks 3 feet apart and i 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 70 yards above the lower cabin thence on 1 up said ridge s34J3w 18 2 10 po to a white oak s 44 12 w 10 po to F to two 6whiteto Elvin Wilson thence up said lidge andWilsons lines 26 1 2 w 3 210 po to 9 a white oak s 12 14 e S 12 po to a hickory on a knob s 68 12 e 12 12 po to a small locust s 49 12 e 21 810 po 10 l to a stake on a knob between two chestnut oaks II 8 12 w 18 po to a small mul berry s 18 w 13 6 10 po loa stake seven and a half link southwest from a hickory pointer i 8 14 e 15 810 po to a chestnut oak where said ridge is joined by the point between said Deadening branch and the Rock gap branch thence up said ridce between the Wilson fork and the Hock gap branch s 42 w IT 110 po to a dead chestnut oak three feet wes l from a black jack 11 s3 12 w 32 210 po to G two shell bark hickories four or five feet apart on the dividing ridge between the waters of said Widows fork of Red river and the Jack Wilson fork of Frozen Creek of Kentucky river cor ner to the laud formerly owned by Jack ron W Wilson now Center Allen Co and county line between Wolfe and Breathitt counties Thence on up with said ridge and line s 44 112 e 17 310 po to two small hickories s 83 12 e 8 910 po to two walnuts together s 20 14 e C po to 12 letters J T D on tbe lower point of a low cliff s 24 12 e ii 17 910 po to a large shell bark hickory 9 12 po more in all 26 12 po to a pop lar beween two hickories on a ridge s 27e 6 010 po ton smell hickory about teu steps below a big rock 0 610 po more in all 13 6 10 po to a stake on ridge above said rock M 44 12 e 13 210 po to a small hickory on a high knob at 13863 12 e 11 910 po to a stake s5J c llJ9lt po to two chestnuts at the point of a rocks32elOpo ton locusts 14 12 14 210 po to 14 a hickory s 11 18 eII IImoreII I said rock gap branch Thence 881 e 10 po pawing a small walnut 16 310 po 11 more in all 20 310 po to a largo white I oakwhere said ridge is i tined by the point between the rock gt branch and IItheI II runs into saul Widows fork four or five poles above the upper cabin Thence Ion up the ridge county line etc s 49 e 6 210 po to black oak stump at14 s 72 15 310 po to a stake halfway between po black oak and shell bark hickory about a 2 feet apart a 87 14 e 15 12 po to a stake 1 710 po s 87 o from a small chest out at 15 s 25 e 26 610 po to a white oak s 13 12 e 29 6 10 to a white oak and dogwoods 25 e 3 810 po to 16 a white oak old corner tree s 61 e 9 410 po to n two small dogswooa together s 67 e 16 310 po H to a stake seven links a 20 e 79 from n small hickory n 59 e 4 12 po to w hickory n Cl e 8 410 po to a big water oak at the head of another small branch 68 said Widows fork Thence n 17 12 n tt 310 po to chestnut oak n 33 12 e 310 po 171 to a small forked walnut n forking near tnegrouml about ten feet s e i from a hickory on said ridge and county line and corner to the Brack Caudill line thence leaving said ridge and county Iline arid with the Ciuidill line down a n point towit n 8 14 w Ii 2 10 po to a large chestnut oak n 19 12 w 7 710 po w o n large chestnut n 20 14 w 24 po to a small chestnutondsomcchestuutsprouts growing together six or eight feet above small hickory at the foot of the bill on the south side of the last named branch no 19 e 7 710 po to 1apointorstoneatlthe mouth of said l said Widows fork 40 links s 32 12 w from a black oak on a rock and on the north side of said county road thence up the road s 65 e 12 puto J a point on southern side of said road in center a said creek 2 110 poles s 19 14 w from large beech on a bank or point near and east of a drain Thence n 19 14 e 38 110 po to K twolargechestnutoaks together an old corner on the di vldlng ridge between the waters of Red river and the Johnson fork of Licking river the Wolfe and Magoffin county line and on the line of the Keeton lands thence with said ridge and lines towit 66 14 w 15 po to a stake n 23 w 14 910 po to a hickory n 53 12 w 12 s 10 po to a hickory bush n 36 12 w 13 810 po to 18 a chestnut oak n 14 34 12 910 to the corner of alarge rock on l point of a cliff or rocky place n 11 10 810 po to a stake on a knob n w 29 12 w 10 610 po to a stake six feet o w from a black jack pointer n 49 12 l 11 12 po to a maple sapling u 34 w a 9610 po to 19 a chestnut oak n7 12 lO 211 po to a small sourwood in very low gap at a narrow of said ridge be tween said Widows fork and Johnson waters thence n 5 w 14 poles to a stake ou a rockey point n 29 12 08 po to a u chestnut oak and two dogwoods n 80S 610 po to three small chestnuts together 23 12 e 13 210 po to 20 a hickoryfand locust near and below a cliff po to big rock on a ridge between two larxe rocks n 47 12 e 22 8 10 to a small hickory ou a high knob near two chestnut t oaks at 21 n 17 34 w 27 610 po II to a leaning chestnut oak and two small hickories n 14 14 e 14 po to a chestnut oak n 27 12 w 24 4 10 po to three chest nuts from same root at 22 u 8 12 w 18 910 lo a hickory n 20 12 e 11 12 po to a stake halfway between a maple and chestnut oak one pole apart n 11017 10 po passing a triple dogwood 22 410 ipo more in all 40 po to chestnut bush n55 34 e 12 12 po L to a stake about nine feets 17 e from a sourwood pointer on a high knob on said ridge and line and it is joined by the point between the upper Bear branch of said Widows fork aud the waters of said Caney branch Thence on around with said ridge and lineR s 62 12 e 11 910 po to a while oak s SS 12e 11 8 10 po to a small hickoty n 60 e 5 7 10 po to a chestnut u 43e 11 po to a poplar n 72 e 20 310 po 23 to a stake four links s w from aI chestnut pointer n 57 e 7 210 poI to u 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 all 15 po to n chestnut n 38 e 22 po to a chestnut oak n 12 3J e 13 810 to two chestnuts together n 1 e22 13 poles to a stake in a path leading from Caney to Johnson fork 13 12 links northward from a chestnutoak pointer at 24 same course 16610 po more in all 38 110 po to5- a chestnut 2 po s w from a knob n 46 e 9 710 po to a chestnut oak n 55 12 e 16 po to a blocK oaK n 15 12 e 20 S10 po to a gum n 21 e 20 po to a white oaK n 33I e 4 810 po to M a hicKory bush scrubby on a Knob Where said ridge amid lint is joined by the divide between two prongs of Caney branch Thence on around with said ridge and lines n 84 34I e 23 410 po to a white oaK 38 e 9 710 po to a hicKory n 23 34 e 34610 po to r26 a small swell butt hicKory on aI little Knob s77 o 16 310 po to a deadI oaK s 67 12 e 16 810 po to a staKe twelve linKs north from a chestnut oaK n 33 e 16 210 po ton dogwood n 5 34 e 15 710 po toj LSII walnut n 2 wi il10 po to a hicKory u 13 I12 w 7 210 po to a hicKory at or near head of main prong ofr chestIlluta I branch of said Johnson forK called the Cranes Nest Thence n 05 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 17810 po to a staKe at 281 aw from a small blacK oaK pointer II 78 w 15 12 po to a blacK oaK at ault west of a fence a 87 12 w 17 210 po to a big forKed chestnut oaK n 54 w 13 010 po to a chestnut oaK n 15 w 16 12 to a staKe n 28 po to a RtaKeat29 on Knob and on top of a cull on center ofm said ridge 1 110 poles n 57 e from a chestnut at cliff n 68 w 9 410 po to an old dead hollow burntchestnut stump att Caneybranch10 w from a large rocK at and above said patbII 45 w 27 po to a hicKory u 34 w 20 8 10 po to two hicKories n 33 10 po 30 to a locust n 77 1 2 w 14 po t two small walnuts four feet apart n 14 w 13 910 po to a small hicKory 12 w 23 1 10 po to a locust nearly belbtvccji two hicKories n O W II M1U po to chestnut oaK n 67 12 w 20 410 po tot3ta white oaK in u very low gap ontsaid ridge between said Caney and the ROCK licK branch of said Johnson forK n 67 w 10 po to a blacK jacK 71 w 13 po to a hicKory 6 feet n w from ahicKoryipoiiiter both small A 62 17 12 pii to a point halfway between l chestnut oaK timid two small chestnuts together n 60 12 w 20 po 32J to achest out oaK s 67 34 w 9 710 po to a small hicKory s 64 w 13 310 po ro to a tall slender dead hicKory on said ridge and county line at or near the head of the lower branch and corner to said Lean dcr Dunn Thenco leaving saidridge and connty and down the divide between said Caney aud Lower Bear branches and Dunns line s 2712 w 11 8 10 po to white oaK s 28 w 20 12 po to a double or forKed chestnut at corner to said Dunn and on the lines of the J LIHenry land at P Thence leaving said divide and with said Henrys down to a point between two drains of said Caney leaningicKorynut oaK sJ5 e 12 12 po to a gum at and below some chestnuts s 40 e 6l810 to a chestnut oaK five or six feet above a chestnut oaK and blacK oaR 50 e 10 610 po to a chcstnutoaK about two poles above a rOCKY part of said poplar 12 e 8 12 po to a small poplar and dog prongflittle cave and eight or ten feet east from beech lettered Wm Allen at 2II Thence down said prong s 14 14 e 23 12I po to a horn bean near and west of theI brunch s 3 12 e 33 po to R a large sourwood eight or ten liks southward from a beech about teu feet n 87 w from dogwood bush blazed on the west side of said prong Thence s 6 14 w 9 610 po ton stake 10 links n60 w fromI dogwood small one 14 links H 70 e rom an b11 links II 15 e from a beech all pointers on the n w bank of said juneion 30 w 10 po to a beech on the west bank of said branch at a sharp in same s 53 12 w 8 610 po to S a beech ou the east bank of branch H 46 12 w 19 12 po to a maple five or six feet s w from a beech ou west bank s 42 34 w 91 110 po to a beech on east side of the branch aud between it and another prong of it about junctionThellcd I forked beech about ten steps sorsw leavingitI point s 12 w 19 4 10 po to a white oak s 17 34 w 18 310 po to a double dog wood s 2t w 23 12 po to a large hickory at and below cliff Thence a struijlit line s 76 w 12 po to Ua dogwood 38 links s 28 12 e from a small tall slimI hickory pointer on the dividing ridge be tween said Caney Creek and Widow fork Then down with said divide n 26 14 w 21 8 10pi to a chestnut oak n 86 14 w 7 610 po to u tono 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 S po to a large leaning chestnut oak about 1 12 po above the cUll or rocKy ledgE n i1 IV 11 po passing a chestnut oaK 7310 more in all 18 310 po to 341 a staKe on the ridge 17 linK n24 w front A chestnut oaK pointer and blazed 35 linKs 055 1 4 e from a locust marKed a line trio Thence leaving said ridge and s 55 14 w 20 010 to the begin foregoinboundaryand FortyOne 1141 acres The timber upon Tract No 1 except the locust which is reserved is to be sold upon the following terms and credits The purchaser shall have the right to enter upland take uud hold exclusive po session of said land for the purpose of aim ml with the right of manufacturing and remov- Ing therefrom the said timber and products and the further right of erecting constructt mit mid uuintaluiug and operating on over iiantimills sheds ponds roads tramways railI roads uud similar structures us the pur chaser his heirs ami assigns may deem proper to be used for the purpose of und IIn ouiiectioi with his operations In cutting manufacturing hauling uud transporting 1the timber and timber products of said lands uud all lands adjacent or convenient tbeetp upon condition that the purchaser shmlI complete the cutting and removal of the timber including the tie timber upon 10 much of said land as Is drained by the right hand fork ot Red River which for convenient Identification is denominated the first section before be begins the removal of any timber upon the rest of said boundary which Is drained by the waters of Caney Branch to be culled the Second Section for convenient identification it being understood however that while working out tIe first section the purchaser may fell the trees on said second section and saw them Into logs but may not remove them romn their location before finishing ou the first section It being further understood that there Is to be no oblgatlon upon time purchaser to cut any particular quantity or kinds of tinIer at all and all work upon he first section shall he completed wlthlu years from date of the sale und that upon the second sestion within live years from said sale and upon tIme purchaser bo inning to remove the timber from time second section or if not then at the expira ion of three years from said sale all the pUrchasers rights to said first section shall cease und they shall surrender poscssion of all of time first section except so much as they have erected improvements on and at the expiration of five years from the day at sale the purchasers rights shall cease In and they shall surrender possession ofsaid section avid all tram roads buildings aud other improvements put upon any part ot the whole boundary except saw mills sheds and machinery shall thereupon be the property of the owner of the lee n said tract but this provision is not in prevent the removal of any tramroad or structure trout one part of the laud to an ther provided It is not removed from the landsjltself 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 IS 22 26 30 and 34 months after the day of sale with the privilege to the purchaser to pay iu cash at any time any part of said purchase money in bums of one thousand dollars or more and iu the event of default for thirty days In the payment of any of said bonds all shall become due and payable aud if in proceedings instituted In good faith the second party is prevented from cutting and removinusaid timber by Injuction 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 tbe amount of the bonds whose payment Is to be extended ahull not exceed an amount equal to 2717 for each aero upon which there Is such Interruption Iud in like manner the time for completing the work shall only be extended us to such portion of the tract upon which work is thus interrupted with the provis ion that In the event the purchaser should be so interrupted on the first section be shall have the right after completing such portion thereof as is not nllectcd by the in terruption to proceed to the Second See tion In the same manner as if under the prior provistou herein he had completely worked out the First Section lUll with the right to return and complete such remain der of the First Section alter ho hums com pleted the Second Action or if and whoa 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 trace- No 1 for the purpose of hauling the timber and products over and through a certain 54 acre tract adjoining said 1141 acre tract as reserved in a certain deed from O S Godsey to Letchcr Davis dated July 10 1893 and recorded in the Wolfe County Clerks Of fice which casement and right of way was conveyed to the defendant J Taylor Day In a certain deed from D S Godsey dated July 10 1893 and recorded In the Wolfe Counly Court Clerks Office in Deed Books page 043 to which reference Is had for more complete description of said right of way it is ordered und adjudged that In tbe sale ot the timber upon said tract No1 saul easement und rtght of way bosoldalou with the timber herein above mentioned for such period ot time as the purchaser mazy have for time purpose ot removing said timber The purchaser to give bond with approv ed surety for the purchase price payable to tho Special Commissioner bearing six per cent interest from day of sale until paid said bonds to havu time force anti cflect of judgment anti secured by lieu retained upon the property sold except in the caw of Umber in which event said lieu shall shall only last so long IIi said timber or it products roumiui II JIll II tho land It J MuUN ipcfirtl Commissioner O Axc2axADears the jThe Kind You Hair AlsatsI Bot EltIlMu 1I t r lIJIiIIfr uFy JPTO rT 1 rjIIIIIIItrJ1I t7Jrl fttii T 1trp 1 jj Y 2 THE HERALD Entered at the Hotel preen Pot lit oMcea iecond clan matter SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY Oct 24 1907 ANNOUNCEMENTS DYERWenreauthorizld to announce cnntliilate for the office of Jailer of Wolfe County sub ject to the action of the Democratic par ty Republican Misrepresentation of Beckhams Pardon Record Owing to misrepresentation by t Republican campaign speakers of recordof Governor Bcckhum in the matter of granting pardons to ocnvicted persons during the seven execntivedonemaking a favorable showing for SecretaryLeight has made an inspection of those records with the following result Pardons of felonies during the administration of Got Bradley for four years from 1895 to 899 448 This includes several com mutations from death to life sentence pardon of felonies before trial and convicts who were detained through no fault of thou own from entering service immediately after conviction Pardons of felonies during the administration of Gov Beckham for nearly eightyearg from February 3d 1000 to October 9th r 1007 855 This includes severn commutations from death to life sentence pardon of foloniog b i fore trial and convicts who were I I I 1diatolyTho statement of the htpublican press issued by Goy Becklmm in tattles paroles to convicts These I kro granted by the State Prisoni Commission composed of three j II men elected by tin General Assembly and over whose action the I Governor has no control whatever j t 01 d who trot speak for themselvos The list also includes the largo I number of remissions grouted by IILouisvilleI II and others who were arraigned by eityformissions were requested and approved I by leading citizens of Louisville The list includes theII restoration to citizenship by the Governor The exact number of these has not yet been ascertaine- by the Secretary from the records but he says they will not bo found Iof1 I aThe Qthe Bradley ad ministration ahfr that in the mat citizenshipthey i cases of negro exconvicts Thisj record Secretary Leigh says show- the l restoration of as many as sev s enteen negroes in a single day I thaat the Governor during his seven years of office commuted to life imprisonment the death sentenc- impcsod in only five cases Two of the five were negroes who had no influence behind them and a third was declared insane by court of justicecHard Times in Kansas It I The old days of grasshoppers andI drouth are almost forgotten in the prosperous Kansas of today al though an old citizen of Cbdell 1 Earl Shamburg has not yet for J gotten a hard time he encountered Ho says I was worn out and discouraged by coughing night an day and could find no relief till I tried Dr Kings New Discovery It took less than one bottle to com t pletely cure mef The safest an J most reliable cough and cold cure and lung and throat healer ever discovered Guaranteed by all Wolfe county druggists at 507 an J 7fX100 Triale bottle freeIII 7 Notice As administratrix of the estate of John H Evans deceased I hereby notify all who have claims against the said decedent thut they must be properly proven and pre sented to me on or before Novom her 1 1907 or thev will be barred ond all persons owing said deced ant are hereby warned that they must settle same by the same date or they will be proceeded against according to law Respectfully EMMA EAltA- dminietratrix Twill pay the highest market price for beef hides and sheep pelts at your homes JAMES Tinas Lacy Creek CIIRIS RHEUMATISM LUMBAGO SCIATIC NEURALGIA and KIDNEY TROUBLE S7tCy5takeulatetnallfddsthebloodi are the direct causes of these diseases Applied externally It affords almost In stant relief from pain while a permanent cure la being effected by purUlnlr the blood dissolving the poisonous sub stance and removing It from the system DR S D BLAND Of Brewlon Oa writesI Dad torn a tafftnr for a nnmbtr of Peers M wUh LumLtffo anil RbtumaUno la mr acme Couldiffi nltlnnmMrot lbs Deethreloleos but found nnrDn6 a- i3I rhsfproaer1DelttamrpricU- oeI4 i I r tcriueumat4maadWudroddaeuxFREH It ion aro oufferlng with Rheumatism i5 KauralBia liltincy Trouble or anr kin id firod rtlftease write to us for a trial bOttle I ct iDROPS anel ten It J TDROPS can be used JourselfII f Icw trlthoutacaslrln a M as It Is entirely tree of slmimtIc pTrj rSy trrrc TJcUle eOnoPeeOJDarot SlWO Ior SI bj UmmUt i CD9iIIYjJjr 3 IlaAM SHERIFFS SALEj By virtue of an Execution No 1411 directed to me which issued from the tlerkn office of the Wolfe Circuit Court in favor ofJ X Vaughn nud J W ion ainltIwill on Monday November 4 1907 be tween the hours of 10 oclock is m and doordit Kentuckybeing I day of the term of said court expose to public sale to the highest bidder the following describedreal estate or HO much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy plaintiAV debt interest and costs owit lyingIn 11IheI11 Vaughnsby bearing date Dec 14 lJ04 which is duly recorded in deed book 14 page 390 Wolfe County Court Clerks office containing 100 acres more or less and bounded and describedas follows t1towitof Wolfe onebounded of1rank a thence down the ridge with K U Land Companys line to Swifts Camp Creek athence up said creek to Carter Van line thence with said line a tolineE1rakellnetoFrenkolsou is with his line to the beginning jlyingj CampCreek 4 followsmarked the of ondcourse down the center of the point to thebranch thedtop the cUffs to the falls of Spring Branch thence with Hurstlinewithhisdthence Gilleys T18 SrJOEIS RESERVED FOR JIM ROSE SONS 1 Who will soon advertise their Fall and Winter Goods black oak the beginning containing 100 acres wore or less Levied on as the property of John C T IsooTEnaasSole will be made on a credit of three month the purchaser t execute bond with approved security to have the force and effect of a replevin bondII Conutv this tho 30th day of September i 1007 CUtSheriffof TEIE Ceni1Log Millinoru j l The CecilLong Milliaery have reII calved thoir stock of fall and win tel ladies furnishing goods j hats latest creation both trimmed and nntrimmed latest frames and trimmings Also a complete line of dress goods and trimmings readymade skirts shirt waists silks underwear hosiery gloves the finest line of ladies and displayinThe ladies are requested to call buyingOur the foremost firms of Cincinnati and you are sure to get the latest styles in everything when you buy from us Respectfully CECIL LONG TnO IWinnnostOf Bank WINCHESTER KY N H WmiERsrooN President Patti Up Capital i 10000000 Undivided Profile t 11000000 Handsome Deposit of+over i t t 850000000 This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and bus Incas men generally throughout East ern Kentucky and offers its customers every facility and the most liberal legitimatebankIui I 1v4 i to the of and the coun try an and vur line of nre the over seiii in l of and as were i v un are sure to the in In to the all the lat est we a etc to cut and and and all of We are over and we yon all our are and as low as and for we ff y v TrY I fVr f In and as as can ties etc of the t+ and j a of and in so low in you be to we say I see i i F kF L r Fh SALE sold I offer at my farm on the and Mt 10 from and 5 from the is an 8 room big hall all in and an bars with of all are 75 acres the in blue Two one at the and one at barn and see or to E T 3 Mt Ky hJ y + r A NEW MILLINERY ADDRESS MAKING ESTABLISHMENT hisses Kanny M8peIPea1I Troll OVER SAMPLES 1 HAZEL GREEN Misses MAPEL TROY Announce ladles Hazel Green surrounding that they have just opened uptodate Millinery Dress Milking Establishment huts most aftistically trimmed Ifjkl Green ninny them being pattern hats they selected expert milliner they please most fastidious taste addition millinery business which includes trimmings havo Making Department complete with charts ready make Ladies Childrens Shirt Waists Sacks indeed kinds sewing located Kash Samples store assure that goods firstclaRa prices aiywher Call seethe stock youraelf Soliciting your patronage remain Yours Respectfully MAPEL TROY r1lfU YIVY Ladies Dress Goods Fancy Fashionable Patterns Hamburg Laces fine looms make GENTS FURNISHING GOODS including shirts collars suspenders Prints latest design Domestics bleached and unbleached line Rugs including Brussells ingrain weaves Oils Paiuts Drugs Glass Putty Stoves Tinware Crockery deny CLOTHING SHOES HATS CAPS ndless variety and great quantity price will bound buy Did hear somebody GROCERIES kindApricotsBut pshaw Come Bud Respectfully KASH SAMPLE FARM FORt Until private contract situated Judy Sterling turnpike miles latter place miles JudyIOn place dwelling outbuildings good shape tobacco barn extra good stock orchard fruits kinds There majority grass good cisterns house with plenty running water Call place write TAULBEE Route Sterling BASH KY Dress FOB SALDJ nicestbestittClarktheBoonesborough t 1 and contains 74 ACRES OF GOODtt LAND has a large nice dwallinglwith 10 rooms and beautifully lo l Gated Has barns enough to house r- lb acres of tobacco or to stall 50 toIALSO THAOT No2 Si W65acres 1 JatIt r L O Plat AthensXt I Take The Heraldonly 75c a year t b r rf7rjJr WC7 TI ryy i 1Il iJT 3 11IFor that Dandruff There Is one thing that will u cure ltAyers Hair Vigor It is a regular scalpmedicine It quickly destroys the germs which cause this disease The unhealthy scalp becomes healthy The dandruff disap pears had to disappear A healthy scalp means a great deal to youhealthy hair no dan druffno pimplesno eruptions- The bet kind of a testimonial Scld for over sixty ye- uAUa4 by J O Ajer Co Lowell Mass Also mauhoturers or SARSAPAKILLA PILLS I CHERRY PECTORAL Charley Rose has about thirty five head of cattle at Mt Sterling court Turner McGuire of Athol was a guest of Sam Kash and wife yesterday Jolly John Pieratt of Kiddville was here yesterday shaking hands with his many friends Curt Walter on Saturday sold to Tup Groenbaum sevon head of weanling calves for 80 Emimt Campbell has the thanks of the editor for a nice mess of nice mountain oysters Johnny Barker wife and baby of Stillwater were guests of John M Rose and wife yesterday Dr Stamper will leave today for Dan Menefee county where he will be engaged for a week or so Joe Lykins one day llist week bought of Sebron Walter a gray horse nine years old for 5000 John Harvey of Grassy bought a milk cow of Joe Lykins a few days ago five years old for 8000 tr Ci J AaDean theThe Kind You Have Always Bought Signature pof 7 tL4 There wore so many visitors to our towii yesterday that vo fail d to get the names of many of tlmm Sam Elkins of Campion wits a visitor here Monday and left for Grassy to visit relatives and friends Mrs Jennie Manker of West Liberty is visiting her daughter Miss Lula Belle who is attending school here- Sheriff J W Cox of Campton was in town last Saturday looking after the countys taxes in and about here CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- ignaturo of M Andy Haddox of Spencer ac ecompanid by his son Colby were in town Monday and paid this of fice a visit Ed Cecil and his son Clay with Steve Rose left Friday for Mt Mt Sterling court with a bunch of forty cattle r Mrs Lula Back of Jackson nee Maud Taulbee is visiting her parents John W Taulbee and wife near town- McDonald Bros Circus gave two performances here last Saturday to good crowds and the show was a very creditable one A box supper given by the Gill byMissday night brought 3450 which I goes for the benefit of the school libraryHalleck Patrick and wife nee Molly Lykins visited her father and mother Joeseph Lykins and wife from Friday until Sunday when they returned to their home h- 1 on Elkfork two miles beyond West Liberty taking Miss Ida Ly kins with them for a short visit The news now comes to us that positivelybeprovidentially hindered George Rice made a flying trip to Mavtown Sunday where he took dinner with his son George uid says he feels like a new man Mrs Kato Cnnnoy of Campton was Tuesday notified by telephone that her father Wm Gibson died it Mariba at 2 oclock Monday night Rev Barney Blunkonship organ ized a church of Missionary Bap tists with 18 members at Hampton Station Brpnthitt county on Saturday last Charley Rose is in Clark and Madison counties looking for a farm to rent and will go there in the spring to live when ho will probably be joined by his father and mother Mrs Butler Hughes of Pome royton visited her parents Satur day and Sunday and on Saturday attended the meeting of the Lady Maccabees of which she is an hon ored member For Sale- I offer for sale at a sacrifice my property in Hazel Green JOHN W CRAVEN Frankfort Ky Rev Mr Wright of Winchester will preach at the Methodist Church Saturday night Sunday and Sunday night filling the ap pointment of Rev Mr Campbell the regular minister Hensley Jackson of Salt Lick passed through here yesterday with four twohorse teams and drivers enroute to Matewan W Va on Norfolk and Western Rail road to haul lumber Horton Miller of Perry county and Mies Tabitha Notice wore mar ried at the residence of the brides father Cracker Nence near town on Thursday Oct 17 Elder D G Combs tieing the nuptial knot Dr A C Nickoll reports the birth of tripletsthree girls weighing six pounds each to the wife of Willie Biiiley of Gillmore creekon Thursday Oct 17th ulso to the wife of Runey Rose of Lacy creek on Friday Oct 18th n girl John M Rose who has attendedI Mt Sterling court for 25 years or more says lie never suw as many cuttle on the market and estimates that there was 10000 Prices wore low on the best grades and com mon cattle were almost a drag He says over 8000 were left in the pens Tuesday morning Young men and Indies with am bition should learn telegraphy Under the new eighthour law which goes into effect next March over 18000 additional telegraphers are required by the railroads in the United States Positions pay from 00 to 80 per month to beginners You can qualify in three or four months time For full do tailswrite to the National Tele graph Institute Cincinnati Ohio The funeral of John Davidson at Daysboro Sunday was well at tenned Several from this place were in the congregation among whom were Mrs G M Center and daughter Miss Ella Dick Russell and wife Tom Haddix and wife and others whose names we di not get Dr G M Center deliv ered the discourse The Teachers Association o f Wolfe County met in Pearre Hall Hazel Green Academy yesterdav morning The three magisterial districts of Lee City Hazel Greet1 and Clifty were represented ant without fear of contradiction W e assort that there was more beaut and brains in the assembly than in any similar organization in the State Born to the wife of Kelly Jor dan Monday October 21 ft girl Mrs H al Smith and eon JACK who have been visiting in Louis ville returned homo Monday Dont forget that Hon J W Stevenson of Winchester speaks here on Saturday November 2 Miss Susie Long came down from Helechawa Tuesday to take in the Literary Exercises atPearro Hall I IMrs Q C Daniel and Miss Lula Belle Manker returned Tuesday from Lexington where they had been spending the week visiting and shopping The faculty of Hazel Green Academy have changed the school days so that Saturday is substi tuted for Monday Hence no school last Monday John M Rose Cashier Knight Roe Nickell Dr Stamper of Hazel Green and Newt Maloney and Oecar Cecil of near town are attending court at Mt Sterling Mrs Ellis Boyd and little son Raymond who has been on a visit to her mother Mrs Emma Evans will leave Saturday for her home in Honakor Va much to the re gret of her many friends here wh wish them a pleasant journey and safe arrival home Mrs Ida Harrison Lexington Mrs Farris Detroit Mich and Miss Rogers of Bourbon are here looking after the interests of Hazel ureen Academy They are very much interested in the mis stun schools which have dote so much for the boys and girls of this section Cnres lllood sklii LM n Cnncer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood is Impure thin diseased hot or lull of humors If you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema Itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrhI rheumatism blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm lB n D Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggists or SamplefreeGa It It li iin especially advissed for chronic derp seated cases as it cures after all else falls Hou W O Mize and wife will leave Tuesday next for Newport Tenn from which place they will accompany their son Carl to some point in Florida where he will spend the winter cud his many friends hope that he may be re stored to perfect health in theII land of flowers and come to new man in the spring many triends ofr TaylorI IThe rejoice to hear that the SterlingI idly and noticeably improving He has eo far gained his health that ho visits friends and relatives in that city and laughs and talks as of yore incidentally telling many anecdotes In brief he is I theII ties The Speaking Saturday Nov 2 I The fact that our young friend Stephen G Sample Esq will be one of the speakers here on Satur day Nov 4 should of itselfcause the Democrats of this entire pre cinct to turnout and hear him He is a native of our county and a young man whom any citizen of withdpride owing to his sterling integ rity As asohool boy at the Acad emy he demonstrated many elo quent points of oratory and now that he is a fullfledged lawyer and espouses the political cause of the Democratic party all may hope to hear something worth listening to Mr Stevenson is considered one of the best speakers in Central Ken heywill call your attention will be I eyeopeners So turn out and hear these gentlemen by all means 0000000000000000000000000 Scotts Emulsion strengthens enfeebled nursing mothers by increasing their fleshand nerve force AIM It provides baby with the necessary fat and mineral food for healthy growth 1 000000000003 J I v5tv rrwr rr The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of SJ and has been made under his per Y sonnl supervision since its infunCT Allow no one todeceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Cnstorin is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare Boric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Ib contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotlo substance Its age Is its guarantee It destroys Worms 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 sloop The Childrens PanaceaTho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA AL- WASctje Signature of hThe Kind You Hare Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THC CCNTUf COMPANY TT MUHAAT THECT NEW VOftK CITV L p prreseive tie Saw ere SllStOPt Fate WhihI in the enjoyment of healthI cud looking your best you should have your picture made I have the oaiy gallery Xastof Mt Sterling fitted with a skvliplit and nn prepared I to make PHOTOGRAPHS IN ANY STYLE OF FINISH that is known to the art and in sizes from 1x2 to n c7 inchd Every J thing I turn out iis guaranteed in both material uncl workman ship and having rendered satisfaction to all my rant patrons I am confident that I can do so withal future customers A trial will convince you better than a coiumn of nenvpuper talk I niiike pUtrM cf Family Groups and 1wellint aiui still answer IIcarlj the country Gallery on state street Hazel Green IICy see aarrptM and learn prices KLLSWOIITII LACY W ics HqH H H 1 H 11N H t u H F PIERATr Prosidont E F CECIL VlcePrasnt MARION KNIGHT CashiorS G SAISPLS Attorney Cit titRl itt7cl 33i4l3OOt- t t1l il IA i R i AieDIKKCTOHS E F PIERATT t rIJT P ROSE J T WHALEY BEN MURPHY- H E ONEY E F CECIL Ii JAMES B ELKINStThis Bank ucKtits the accounts of Merchant Frtraders And Business Men generally M sc Ltral = Perms within the limits of legitimate bankj CECIL BROS Is headquarters for Shoes Ladies and Gents and the finest line ever seen in Hazel Green Our Ladies Dress Goods Domestic Notions thefinestwe carry eyerything thats good Give us a trial and prove the truth of this E T ROSE S G SAMlL ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and CounselorsatLaw CAMPTON KY This firm will practice in all the Courts of Wolfe and adjacent counties Special attention given to Corporation Law and LitigationOffices Farmers and Tradt ra Bank DR 0 H WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Offers his profestional services to the cltt zens of Hazel Green and surrounding coun try and will answer all calls of affliction adJoiniagllazelGreen 1 I Fitfomnttei Trees Shrubs Grape Vines Asparagus Ev e r ya thing for Orchard Lawn and Garden We employ no agents Catalogue on Application F HILLENMEYER A SO SII IH LEXINGTON KY iI v 5r W 1Zf i E8t r ir 4IIIJ i 1i q 1 1 tr LANDS W LACONICS 0I W Combs has a nice dwelling near completion J M Cockerham and family visited on Holly creek Saturday and Sunday N L Combs returned from Jackson last week where he had been on business W H Dean sold to Clint Buch anan one day last week a good cow price 8000 E T Kash visited his sister Mrs Rebecca Richie of Maytown Sunday and Monday J M Fester a prominent lawyer of this place was at Jackson the past week attending court Miss Mary Miten is very sick at this writing She has been con tined to her room for some time Floyd Rose of the Clifty neighborhood visited his grandfather Tohn Whisman Saturday and Sunday W L Buchanan accompanied by his fatherinlaw Isaac Tolson went to Cannel City the first of the week Hiram Whisman while working on the store building of E T Kash got hurt by a piece of the foundation timber striking him on the hip and has been confined to his room for the past week Oct 19 AxoN IDs Dear Old Mother My dear old mother who is now eightythree years old thrives on Electric Bitters writes W B Bruuson of Dublin Ga She has taken them for about two years and enjoys an excellent appetite feels strong and sleeps well Thats the way Electric Bitters af fect 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 them Guaranteed also for stomach liver and kidney troubles by all leading druggists of Wolfe county at Of Dr Eton Failed to Come Dr Eaton of the Euclid Bap tist Church Cleveland Ohio who was expected to come here with H M Brigge of the same city telegraphed Prof Derthick Prin cipal of hazel Green Academy Friday last that owing to the ex treme illness of his brotherinlaw he was compelled to cancel the ap pointment for the time being but stated that ho hoped to be here greattisappointmellt who had hoped to meet this dis tinguished divine and Mr Briggs whose previous visit is well re memberedand all hope Dr Eaton will soon make good his promise and that Mr Briggs will again come also Periodic PainsDr Miles AntiPain Pills are a most remarkable remedy for the relief of periodic pains backache nervous or sick head ache or any of the distress ing aches and pains that cause women so much suffering As pain is weakening and Heaves the system ihan exhausted condition it is wrong to suffer a moment longer than necessary and you should take the AntiPain Pills on first in dication of an attack mayshaveeffectiveness as well as in the fact that they will leave no disagreeable aftereffects They contain no morphine opium chloral cocaine or other dangerous drugs For a long time I have Bufltrta irroatly with moresthabackachedurexeera almost These attacks come on every month nnd last two or three days I hive never been able to get anything that would give me much relict until I be began the uie of Dr Miles AntiPain PUs and they always relieve me in n abort time My sister who Butters The same way has used them with the same remiltn MUS PAM 721 B Michigan St South Bend lad byII the first package will benefit If It falls he will return your money SS doses 25 cents Never sold In bulk i Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind f V Atthe theWaist GRASSY CREEK NOTES o About one hundred people at tended the McDonald Show on FridayJ Gevedon and T A Gibbs paid Jackson a business visit on Friday and returned on Saturday Ayers Goses saw mill at this place caught fire early Thursday morning but was put out on arrival of the hands Loss about 100 Rev W L Gevedon filled his appointment at the Bethany Church near West Liberty and reports a good and attentive audi enceA box supper will take place at the Grassy Lick schoolhouse on Friday the 25th the proceeds to go for a childrens library Come and be with us Last weekJ BYocum of Pekin sold his farm and store to A D Gibbs of Little Caney price pri vate John Gibbs stock of goods at this place will be moved to the Pekin store Saul Wilson has just finished painting one of the handsomest porches in seven counties It is- o the residence of Dr Curt Geve don and will test the eyes of the critics W P Halsey and Joe Gev edon did the building Oct 21 POET OwaJ3TOHXwaBe- srs YOU Haw MwajS Bought thetZ pof- STtTn OF OHIO 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 Stato aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by the use of Halls Catarrhcure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this Oth day of December A D ISSaIA W GLEASON SEAL Noto Publict Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the bloodand mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonialsfree F J CHENEY h Co Toledo 0 Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Dont Want It Any Cheaper GARNAPO Texas Oct 10 1007 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky For the sake of Auld Lang Syne and in order that I may get the news from the best people on earth my native kith and kin in dear old Wolfel am enclosing you my check on the Farmers and Traders Bank for 100 which you will please accept for a years subscription to the dear old HERALD I wouldnt huve it cheaper We landed hero safe and am shore delighted with the country My catarrhAl affection intolerablyinand I am eating like a pig and cant get enough sleep Its fine down here among the roses flow ers and palms and everything and flourishingWill about the country its climate products and advantages With love for all I am yoursC A Criminal Attack On an inoffensive citizen is fre I iueutly made in that useless little tube called the appendix Its generally tho result of protracted constipation following lIver torpor Dr Kings New Lift Pills appendicitis I loadingdruggists u 91t j troubltrSomeness cold limbs nervousness etc These pains may be allayed the system braced and the womanly functions regulated by the use ofVWine of CarduiMrs Annie Hamilton of Stetsonville Wis writes Cardui saved me from the grave after three 3 doctors had failed to help me It is a good medicine and I recommend it to all suffering women For sale at all druggists in 1 bottles LJDITP I1C A I CTTPD Wrttt today for free copy of vsJosMeWpsiemustrateil Book for Women Ifyou need Medial Ad AddnuiMillLadles Advisory Dtpt The ClutUnooo Medicine Co Otattano Tenn J17 Public Speaking Hon John W Stevenson of Winchester will speak in the in terest of the Democratic party in this county beginning next Mon day and continuing until the evening of November 4th Ho will speak here on Saturday November 2 and will be ncompauied by S G Sample of Campton He will placesTorreutj Tuesday Oct 29 j Stillwater Murphy Schoolhouse Oct BOth one oclock Hurst Schoolhouse Oct 80th 7 oclock night Lee City Thursday Oct 81st Tolivor Fri day Nov 1st Campton Monday Nov 4th Out of Sight Out of sight out of mind is an old saying which applies with special forco to a sore burn or wound thats been treated with Bucklens Arnica Salvo Its out of sight out of mind and out of existouce Piles too and chil blains disappear under its healing influence Guaranteed by all lead ing druggists of Wolfe county at 25X Dr A C Nickell reports the birth of a girl to the wife of Boone Lacy of Lacy creek on Tuesday October 22 and a remarkable co incident connected with the occur rence is that Mrs Lacy was waited upon by Dr Nickell on October 22 1905 upon a like occasion In other words she has two children two years apart born successively on October 22- Cant Do Without It RICHMOND KY Oct 111907 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky DEAR SIR You will find en closed check for 100 for which send your paper to Ganado Jack son county Texes Harry thinks he cant get along without the dear old HERALD Yours truly S S COMBS For Sale To settle up the estate of Vm Preston Trimble deceased the old Trimble homestead located in Hazel Green Ky and embracing 00 to 75 acres of ground with a dwelling of five or six rooms with stable good garden etc Will be sold at private contract Apply to W T WHALEY or HARLAN TRIMBLE The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There Is a disease prevailing In this country most dangerous because so decep nil I IL RMtlve Many sudden h IL1i IC libta dealhsarecausedbyItheart pneumonia heart failure or apoplexy are often the result I I I IfII I Ilowedtoadv ncelhe y K 4J v blood will attack the nI vital organs or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles most always result from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure Is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys If you are feeling badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and bladder remedy It corrects I nab1l ty to hold urine and scald ing pain In passing It and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of SwampRootI Is soon realized It stands the highest for its won derful cures of the most distressing cases SwampRoot Is pleasant to take and sold by all druggists In fiftycent and onedollar youmayhavea KvJPv Hcovertells all about It both Home or SwampRoot sent free by mall Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton NY When writing mentlosat u paperDonIt1me Swamp Root Dr Kllmrr BingcamtonN 4 Hazel Green AcademyF- all Term Opens Sept 10 1907 Indications now foretell the largest attendance in the history of the school for the Fall Term The COURSES OF STUDY have been revised so as to afford the best advantages possible for young men and women who desire to bet ter prepare themselves for teaching or wish to prepare for the STATE CERTIFICATE or the STATE DIPLOMA The ACADEMIC COURSE well equips tho student for the SOPH OMORE YEAR in College The Faculty is composed of Eight Teachers I studentIGENERAL EXPENSESFall Term of 14 weeks 500 Winter Term of 11 weeks 500 Spring Term of 11 weeks 500 Board with Heat and Light 200 per week Furnished Rooms Free Write for Catalogues M 0 CARTER SecyTreas Hr J DERTHICK Principal f Master Commissioners Sale 0 Wolfe Circuit Court Kentucky 0 S B Smith Guardian of Grace Smith and for Wallace Smith etc ON PETITION BY VIRTUE of a judgmentnnd order of sale of the Wolfe Circuit Court rendered at its September term 1907 in the above cause with interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from the jth day of November 1907 until raid I shall proceed to offer for salo at the CourtHouse door in Campton to the highest bidder at public auction on Monday the 4th day of November 1907 at 1 pm or thereabout being County Court dav upon a credit of six months the following decribed property towit Each of said above named infants owning one tnventieth part of the timber matt ing their entire interest one tenth of the same on the following described tractor parcel of laud The boundary of timber IK situated on the waters of Lower and Upper Devils CreeK III Wolfe County Ky and is bounded by beginning at the High Falls of Tolson Branch j thence au eastward course with the fence to the top of the point j 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 j thence with Hobbs line bacK to the county road j thence with same line to tbeS B Smith and Hobbs heirs and the II C Campbell land j 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 tho purchaser with approved surety or securities must exceute bond bearing legal interest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment Bid tiers will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms This October 3th 1907 0 0 FULKS Commissioner By 1 R Houox D 0 E DI B UNDERTAKERHAZEL I have several fine Coflins in my shop and am prepared to make any style to order and on the mot reasonable terms 1 also have A Handsome Hearse and will attend all burials when BO requested Public patronage is respectfully solicited 25tf GEO RICE S 1io I flw r r Jr MAGAZINE READERS I SUNSET MAGAZINE cIand5 I all the Fir WestareasCAMERA CBAFT devoted each month to the IItittic reproduction of thebestI00 4 v work of amateur and prouuioaal a year 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