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T 1 q- M HERALDROTWENTYTHIRD YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 81 1907 NUMBER 12 SPENCER COOPER YearsOwnerCAMPTON CURRENCY lID o A B Cox is visiting her on Frozen crook this wtok Prof John W Taulboe of Days boro was in town last night guest I IIt liofThe new jail building is now o cupied by Jailer Vm Halsey and family and one prisoner County School Supt William H Chambers is this week attending the Jamestown Exposition Dr J R Carroll and family will leave today Tuesday at noon for their new home at Wilmore e fJudge J C Lykins of Lexington was in town the greater part of last week on legal business A number of our enterprisiu- citizens attended the Teachers A sociation at Hazel Green last weo G W Bolin last week sold his residence on East Main street to Mrs Henry Lykins Price private L T Hovermale editor of the Jackson Democrat came down la countyDemocratDemocratSquire J1 Taylor of Stillw- ter was married Sunday evening Oct 27 to Miss Martha Banks StillwaterJ S Co have had 10 to 15 clerks in their employ the past week closing out their large stock merchandise Circuit Court Clerk I R Hollon went to Torrent yesterday to attendi the Democratic meeting at that place and participate in the speak ing The Democrats of this place are making preparations for a big raildat this place next Monday m inent speakers will be present an I address the voters on tho issues the day W L Byrd and family who have been living on Devils tree yesterdaysy i ant property in town recently purchased by Mr Byrd Oct 29 S S b Married at the residence of the brides stepfather David Brooks near Maytown Thursday Oct 24 1 Sam Wash DeHaven and Miss Gracie Ward Rev Ronnie Wells officiating The groom is 43 an I the bride 17 Special Commissioners Sale c Wolfe Circuit Court Kentuck- u FLOYD DAY AS COMMITTEE iiT SALEJs NOTICE id hereby given that purlu an order of sale entered in this action at tbe September term 15J07 t j TV nedJt R of the Wolfe Circuit Court will On Monday November 4th 1907 it being County Court day at abont one 1 oclocK soil at public outcry at Kytor the timber upon the following describedI whicish y Ky to wit A certain tract or parcel of land Countyof i land lies on the Widows fork and Cane y branch bead tributaries of the southern or right hand fork as you go up of the i andescribed Indlameteri counlyroad tlHuntieast from said Widows fork near n e Golleey80ldtoLetcber Ii 67 w 1410 poles to a point iu center of said road thence tp with the road and said Davis line s 15 14 e 18 12 pt at l west edge of road a 29 e 10 p road about 1 1 pcavepopt35linksnGe 0 a atedgforse i A beech s 41 e 11110 po white oak a t A west edge of present road s 42 e 12 po to stake s 28 12 e 8 410 po to 0 stake in center of said road 1 p s 07 w from a set stone 3 310 po n 20 w from large double oak on a w side ofRaidj fork about 1 12 poles n e from said far e nd s e corner to said novas Thence jleaving said road and fork with Davis ne s 57 w 40 810 po stake 4 710 poles reinca tributary of same same course s 07 w j pllintInlong slim rock at the western side of a tprong of said branch 22 links H 22e from a beech sapling standing 5 or G feet west 1from a beech tree on west sMo of IP 5ri po crossing said prongf Branch 45 more In all 100 po to D set stone and Hickory hush G links s 51 w from a black jack ID links n 04 e from a leaning locust 21 links n 81 w Pram a chestnut yak all points on the point or divide between said Lick branch and the cargcorner Dunnks 1 k oaknjtjJw 10410 po to 4 stake links 3 75 e from a leaning chest J nut oaks 33 14 w 8 110 po to some small chestnuts s GO 12 w 10 31 0 Ipo to stoke 7 links n w from a hickory Aniastj locust s 48 12 w 7 8 10 poles to a chest 111 nut oak s 30 12 w 13 810 po to a lean ins chestnut oaks 48 12 w fpo to a stakea at 5 14 HVns n 44 w from hickory pointer Lickrl kn Wilson fork of Red river and collier to said Dunn andJohn Furguson thence with said Furgusons line up with the divide between said Lick branch and Wilson fork s 212e 10 310 po to a stake s JO e 13 12 po to a chestnut oak poI12i66 1 2 e 14 7 10 po to G a stake on a llittle Knob 1 po s 18 e from chestnut oak pointed s 18 34 e 24 po to a stake 30 li e IS 010 to a chestnut oak aboutt ten steps above some loose rocks s 43 e 2 3 10 po to 7 a chestnut oak on the ivide ridge between the waters of saidI widht s G w 0 12 po to a large double chestnut foak a 41 12 e 16 710 po to a small black ioak on top ofa cliO s 79 e 7 po to two small maples about three feet apart at Letoki po w a chestnut oak 5 8 10 more in all 10 12 polowerto m EI potoand pointbetweenening branch the last named branch runs into said Widows fork GO or 70 yards above the lower robin thence on up said ridge s 34 23 w 18 210 po to a white oaks 44 12 w 10 po to F to two white oaks about 8 feet apart corner to Elvin Wilson thence up said ridge patdto a s 12 11 e 8 12 po to a hickory on a knob s GS 12 e 12 12 palto a small locust s 49 12e 21 810 po 10 to a stake on a knob between two chest out oaks s 8 12 w 18 po to a small mul1 berry s 18 w 13 G 10 po to a stake seven hickoyry utt oak where said ridge is joined by the point between said Deadening branch and the Rock gap branch thence up said ridfe between the Wilson fork and potofrom obis k jack 11 s3 12 w 32 210I po to G two shell bark hickories four or five feet apart on the dividing ridge between the waters of said Widows fox of Red river and the Jack Wilson for of Frozen Creek of Kentucky river corner to the laud formerly owned by Jack ron It Wilson now Center Alton Co and county lino between Wolfe and Breathitt counties Thence on up with mill Una j t ii ivoinI 1to910 po Ja two walnuts together I 20 14 e 0 po to 12 letters J r D on Ithe lower point of u low cliff s 24 12 e 17 910 po to a large shell bark hickory pOllars 27 eO 010 po to a smell hickory about ten steps below a big rock t3 ti10 po more in all 13 G10 polo a stake on ridge above saidrock s 44 12 e 13 210 po to a smullIi hickory on a high knob at 13 s 03 12 e 11 910 po to a stake s OJ e 11 J910 po to two chestnuts at the point of a rocks 32 e 10 po to u locust s 14 12 14 210 po to 14 a hickory s 11 18 eI 12410 po passing a chestnut oak 122101 t more in all 24 12 po ton walnut bust I s 43 12 e 13 610 po to a small hickory andwaltlutat the head of the prong of said rod gap branch Thence s 81 e 10 1 o 4 pnwhitlll e 1 jI between the rock gap branch an 1 small branch called by J M Oliver the Surxpjor Cabin Branch which I runs into said Widows fork four or five poles above the upper cabin Thence I on up the ridge county line etc s49 e a i cl 26210 po to black oak stump at 1J s 72 e 15 310 po to a stake halfway between a black oak and shell bark hickory about 12 feet apart s 87 14 e 10 12 po to a stake J 7JO po n o0 i V from 11 small cheat- k nut at 15 S 25 e 2i 010 po to a white qak 8 13 12 e W IG 10 to n white oak andI1 dogwood s 25 e 3 810 po to 1C a white oak old corner tree s 61 e 9 410 po tot two small dogswood together s G7 e 1 310 po II to a stake seven links s 20 from a small hickory n59e412po tot a hickory n 61 e 8 410 po to a big water oak At thee head of another small branch of said Widows fork Thence n 47 12 OJ 310 po to chestnut oakn 33 12 c 11 310 po 17 to a small forked walnut near thc grmnll about ten feet se rom a hickory on sail rides and county Iline and corner to the Brack Caudal1 Iline thence leaving said ridge and coun ty line and with the Cmullll line down point towit n 8 14 w 35 2 10 po to a large chestnut onkn1l12 w 7 710 po to a large chestnut n 2U 14 w 24 po to small cheatnutandsinioclipstuutfiprouts growing together six or eight feet above a fitnall hickory at the foot of the hill on the south silo of the Ilust named branch no 19o 7 710 po to Ijnjpointorstoneat the mouth of said branch in the cents of said Widows fork 40 links 8 32 12 w from a black oak on a rock and on thei north side of said county road thence up tho roaIlIlMeJpotoJa point on southern side of said rood in center of said creek 2 110 poles s 19 14 w from a large beech on a bank or point near and east of a drain Thence u 19 14 38 110 po to K twolargecltestautoa- ogethert an old corner on the dii viding ridge between the waters of Re river and the Johnson fork of Licking river the Wolfe and Ma go din county line and on the line of the Keeton lands thence with said ridge and lines towit n CO 14 w 15 po to a stake n 2G w 14 910 po to a hickory n5U2w21 310 po to a hickory bush n 35 12 w 13 810 po to 18 n chestnut oak n 14 34 w 12910 to the corner of largo rock on a point of a cliil or rocky place nile 10 810 po to a stake on a knobs 29 12 w 10 ilU po to a stake six fee n w from a black jack pointer u 49 12 w Ill po to a maple sapling n 34 w UG10 po toW a chestnut oak u 7 12 w 10 211 po to a small sourwood in very low gap at a narrow of said ridge he tweeu said Widows foiland Johnson waters thence n biv 14 poles to a stake on a rocket point n 2112 e s po to a chestnut oak and two dogwoods nSoS 610 po to three small chestnuts together n 23 12 e 13210 po to 20 a bicker Y and locust near and below u cliff n 40 o 7 po to big rock on a ridge between two torte rocks n 47 12 e 22 S 10 to a small hickory ou a high knob near two chestt nut oaks at 21 n 17 34 w 27 G10 po to a leaning chestnut oak and two small hickories n l14 14 e 14 po to a Chestnut oak n 27 12 w 24 4 10 po to three cbestt tuna from same root at 22 n S 12 w 1 IS 910 to a hickory n 20 1 2 e 11 12 po to a stake halfway between u mapleaud chestnut oak one pole apart n41el7 010 po passing a triple dogwood 22 4 po more in all 40 po to chestnut boa n 55 34 e 12 12 po L to u stake about nine feet s 17 e from a sourwo pointeron a high knob on said ridge ur line and it is joined by the point between the upper Bear brooch oi said Widows forkand the waters of said Cane branch Thence on around with sal ridge and lines s IV2 La 11 910 po to a white oak s 88 12 o 11 8 lOpo to asmall hickory n GO e 5 710 po to a chestnut u 43 e 11 po to a poplar n 72 o 20 310II po 23 to a stake four links s w from chestnut pointer n 57 e 7 210 po to u store right linK s o from a locust pointer n 31 14o 8 po to u eta chestnut oak pointer 10 po onus in i I po to a chestnut n 33 o 22 Jpo to aII chestnut oak n 1 12 34 o 13 S 10 to two to poleskto Johnson fork 13 1 2 Iluks northward from a chestnut oak pointer at 3some course 15010 po more in all 38 110 po tit2t5i n chestnut 2 po s w from a knob n4Je J 710 po to a chestnut oak u Wi 12 e 1G poS33 to 6 4 S10 po to PI a bicKory hush scrub by on a Knob where said ridge nod line is joined by the divide between two prongs of Caney branch Thence ot around with said ridge and lines n 84 3 e 23 410 po to n white oar 3S e tI 710 po to a hicKory n 23 34 e 34 G10 to S3Ga small swell butt hicKory on l s77elG3lOpo to a de oaK s G7 12 e 1G 810 po to a staKe twelve linKs north from a chestnut oaK n 33 e 10 210 po to a dogwood 11 5 34 15 710 no toj N n walnut n 2 w 7 31 ii PO to H hicKory n 13 12 w 7 210 po to hicKory at or near head of main prong r Caney u 21 34 w 15 1 JO po to a chest nut oaK nom 12 w I po to n chestnut oaK at 271 west 28 po to a hicKory on said radio between Canev brooch arid a brunch of said Johnson fort called the Cranes Neat Thence n 6512tv 29 110 po ton spotted oaK n 19 12 w 14l pointerd12 n po more in all 17 810 po to a staKe at- l281 T s w from a small blocs ooh pointers 7fv 15 Ii2 po to a blacK oaK at aud- west of a fence s 87 12 w 17 210 po to I big forKed chestnut oaK n 54 w 13 t M 010 po to a chestnut oar n 15 w 16 12 po to II staKe u 28 po to a staKeat29 on a Knob soil on top of a clill on center of said ridge 1 110 poles n fi7o from a chestnut at cliff n f 8 w 11 410 po to a old dead hollow burnt chestnut stump at Caneybranchn 10 w from a large rocK nt and above bicsorye33 n 10 30 potwosanerGSn 12 w 23 1 10 po to a locust nearly be tween two hickories 5 w 17210 po to a chestnut oat n G7 12 w 2G 410 po t 311 u white oaK in a very low gap on said ridge between said Cane brand and the ROCK licK branch of sHill John jockav from ahicKoryJpointer both small H G2 w 17 12 pu to a point halfway between a chestnut oar and two small chestnuts together ii uii 12 w in po 33j to chest smallhicKoryslender dead hicKory on said ridge and county line at or near the head of the lower brooch and corner to said Lean der Dunn Thenco leaving said ridge and county and down the divide between said Cnnev url Lower Bear branches and Dunn line H 27 12 w 11 S 10 pn to dQublesaidDunni saiksa Canedy leaningblcKorynut oaK s 45 e 12 12 po to a gun at and below = owe chestnuts s 40 e G 8 10 to a chestnut oaK five or six feet above a chestnut oaK and blacK oaK s50e 10 G10 po to a chestnutoai about two poles above a rocKy part of said puplorG 12 e 8 12 po to a small poplar and dog prnntg little cave and eight or ten feet east fm a beech lettered Will Allen at rn Thence down said prongs 14 14 e 23 12 po to a horn beau near md west of the branch s31emJ to ItII large sourwood eight or ten liks southward from a beech about ten feet n 87 w from a dogwood bush blazedon the west- side of said prong Thence s G 14 w 9 G10 po to a stake 10 links n 50 w from a dogwood small one J 14 links 70 from an ash 15 links n l efrom a beech all pointers on the n w bank of suidl juncotioll1 s 30 w 10 po to a beecii oh the wet bank of said branch at a sharp iu same A 53 12 w 8 610 po to a beech on the potobeech ou west bank s 42 34 w 9110 po to a beech on east side of the branch and between it and another prong of it about junctionTbencee forked beech about teu stops s or s w letvingdpoint s 12 w 19 41U po to a white ua s 17 34 w IS 310 po to a double dog hickorydline iI 7Gwl2 po to Uu dogwood 38 links s 2S 12 e from a small tall slit hickory pointer on the dividing ridge be tween said Candy Creek and Widows fork Then d tan with said divide II- 112tj 14 w 21 nOpntoa chestnut oak n 14 wi lU po to n stone 4 4 10 more largeIII I 3 310 po to a filial111 half dead hickory 34 w 8 po to a large loaning chestnut oak about 1 12 po above the dill or rocKy ledge n 71 w 11 po passing a chestnut oaK i 310 more in all 18 310 po to 34 a staRe on the ridge 17 lift k t n24 w from a chestnut oaK pointer and blazed 35 IIIJKS n 55 1 4 e from a locust marred a lint trio Thence leaving sai ridge ands ji 14 w 20 G10 to the begin ftlregllnbounda= and FortyOne 1141 acres thte i n the following terms and credits PoTine imrohasir shall have tine rilt to poJl with the right of manufacturing anti muov productes right of erecting iiinn mid maintaining and operating on over fand through said lamh ull such l iiildinis mills sheds ponds roods tramways rail roods anil similar structures u tire atm r chaser his heirs mid assigns uuiy deem proper to be used fur the purpose ofund iIn uiiueedon with his operations In etittin imimifucturlu hauling mid transporting the timber and tinnier products of said lauds utul all lauds adjacent or convenient the eto upon condition that till purchaser II complete the cutting and removal of thu timber including the tie timber upon 10 much of tail laud as Is drained by the right hand fork of lied River which for convenient Identification fa denominated the first section before he begins thn re moval of nay timber upon the rest of snit boumar innCaney Brooch to lj sailed tin Sicoiid Sta ilea fur convenient identification It lriiiR understood however that while working out the first section the purchaser may fill thu trees on said second section and saw them into lou but way not remove then Itrnm their location before finishing on the first section it being further understood that there is to lie no obi gallon upon tho Iuantlyorkindsupnuothe first section shall be completed within throe years from late of the sale and thin yearsfrmnginning to remove the timber from ties eXIlrtiulllrllIl ers rights to said first section shall cease tad they shall surrender posesslon fall of the first section except so witch ft they have erected improvements on and it the expiration of tin years from the Uy or sale the purchasers rights shall cease in and they shall surrender possession of said section unil all tramroads building and other improvements put upon any part ori the whuu boundary except saw ralHi sheds und machinery shall thereupon be come the property of the owner of the let in said trait but this provision hnut to prevent the removal of ninny tramroad or structure from oue part of the land to ao ther provided it is out removed from the Ilauds Itself And that this title be made upon the fol lowing credits Onethird in six months and the remainder in seven equal Installments due respectively 10 MI IS 22 Lti 3J and 34 months otter the day of sale with the privilege to the purchaser to pay iu cash at any time any part of said purchain money in sums of one thousand dollars or more and In the event of delault for thirty bondsmall shrill become due and payable aud If in proceedings instituted In good faith the second party Is prevented from cutting sttd remoIII side tinier I If tnjiietlon or other iprocess then the maturity of the unpaid bonds shall be extended without interest fire such n length of time UK the secoud path are thus interrupted and the periods beecorrespondingly extruded neither bhaM there lie any liability upon the port of the tarsi party or the estate of J T Day Iceaun of any such interruption nod in tine event isuch Interruptions apply to Its than tie whole of said trust then tile amount of the Loads whose payment IIs to be ext udctt shall out exceed an amount equal to 737 for each acre upon which there Is such iu terruption mid in like manner the time lor completing the work shall only be extended us to such portion of the tract upon wliicti work Is thus interrupted with the provli Ion that in the event the purchaser should be so Interrupted on the first section be suchkI allectclilly terruption to proceed to the Second Se ii tion In the soma uumir a if tinder the prior provision herein he mail complete thenright to return and complete such remain Iler of the First Section utter he Iris COlD pleted the Second Section or if annul wbtu such Interruption iis removed Amid it fnr linen appearing front the petition that said J Taylor Day also on us an easement and rash 3of cragnNo 1 fur the purpoe of hauling the timber and produuts over and through a certain SO tore tract adjoining surd 1141 acre tract nt reserved in u certain deed from U S Godot to Letcher DavU dated July 10 1303 aud rcLMided In tine Wolfe County Clerks 0 tvadTaylor Pij in n certain deed tram S Godsey dated IoliodComity Court Clerks Ottlee in need Book page 5 13 to which reference is hull for more complete description of said right i way It IIs ordered and adjudged that In ilr sale ol thu timber upon said tract No I sold easement nod right of way be sold uj Jr with the timber herein abovementioned j r i1such rayrThe approctsurety purchase price payable to the Special Commissioner bearing sit pee cent interest from day of sale until paid- said bonds to have the tares and effect of u judgment und secured by lieu retaliKdJ upon the property sold except in the sari of timber in which event said lieu bhall shall outs last so long IS said timber or ifj proluots remain npxn the land Ul J MrllN oi1 elIllijI 0 oASIJJ riIABe- ara tlu1e KnJ Yea Have ters Bc I E1Lantvte 11vl t r r Ie 1f1 n 1 flJ Jb l 1 Rtj 3 r 1IPI L i ITHE HERALD Entered at the Hazel Green Poet office nt8 conrt etnas matter SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY Oct 81 1907 ANNOUNCEMENTS DVERIWeareauthorized toannounc for the office of Jailer of Wolfe County iub ject to the action of the Democratic par ty DEMOCRATIC TICKET 0 For United States Senator J C W BECKHAM To be elected by State Legislature For Governor- S W HAGER AttorneyGeneralJOHN K HENDRICKe State Supt Schools M 0 WIFFREY Commissioner A ricultureIJ1V NEWMAN Lieutenant Governor SOUTH TRIMBLE AuditorHENRY 11 BOSWORTH Secretary of State HUBERT VREELAND Treasurer RUBY LAFFOON Clerk Court of Appeals JOHN B CHENAULT For Legislature filet District A C OLIVEROf Campton DOUIIT hus ben dispelled lheII defeat of the Democratic i only u dream of the Republicans I and disgruntled Democrats have fallen into line with the old guard I to hgt for victory and glory For a time when WilUuu was Hooding I the country with false charges of graft and gross misappropriation I of funds by the present adminis j tration the political outlook for the party in power was to say the I least a little precarious Now however those charges have been refuted by the records which is in dubitable evidence of their falsity those who wore lukewarm in the cause are now enthusiastic for the election of every man on the ticket Wherever Democratic orators have had a chance to address the peo ple and enlighten thorn as to the unreliable utterances of Republi can spellbinders the party is in working order each individual of it fighting for the right and strenuously striving for the success that is sure to crown the Democratic ticket with victory next Tuesday The people realize that the triumph of Democracy means an economi cal administration of State affairs and a lower tax rate and they will vote on the fifth of November to keep in power that party which has wiped out the State date made liberal appropriations to charita ble institutions increased the per capita of the schools to 340 and has a handsome surplus in the treasury It is even so as we see it and you will help verify it on Tuesday next Be not led astray CJ Notice As administratrix of the estate of John H Evans deceased I hereby notify all who have claims against the said decedant that they must bo properly proven and presented to me on or before Novem ber 1 1007 or they will be barred And all persons owing said deced ant are hereby warned that they must settle same by the same date or they will bo proceeded against according to law Respectfully EVANSIf Administratrix TiE Franchise tax law has boon pat into full operation under Dem ocratic administration thoughnot with a viewof oppressing but of bringing all to bear their propor tion of taxation For the truth of this statement look at the rec ords of the Auditors Department for 1000 That year the railroad corporations paid taxes on a valu ation of 24910202 or 12455180 in taxes CONFRONTED with a bonded and floating debt of over two millions of dollars in 1900 the Democratic officials have met and paid it upon a tax rate of fifty cents Every obligation has been met and June 80 lust there was in the public Treasury 25424298 There will be on deposit at close of this ad ministration 125000000 DEMOCRATIC legislatures enacted the Railroad Rats law a Demo cratic platform measure and un der its operation thousands of dollars have been saved to shippers of the State The Republicans this year failed to give opposition to the author of this law OWING to the crowded condition of our columns for the past few weeks we have not published the Democratic State Ticket but we reproduce it this week and invite you to vote it from end to end on Tuesday next Indeed it is the only safe thing to do THE average per capita for common schools has been raised to 822 with a record per capita for this year of 340 which is not padded for a single cent All debts of theSchool Fund are paid and State Normal Schools haeI been established Out of Sight Oat of sight nut ofrniud is j withlpecilllwound thats beon treated with Itucklons Arnica Salvo Its out uf sight out oftmindund nut ol existence Piles too and chil loins dinppf lIt under its healing infiuonc Guaranteed by all lead ing druggists of Wolff county at- 1j c Subscribe for THE ILlIAJIIII c V- xCURES RHEUMATISM U1MBIQO SCIATICA NEURALGIA and KIDNEY TROUBLE IDZDPS taken Internally rids the blood or the poisonous matter and acids which are the direct cause of these diseases Applied externally U affords almost instant relief from pain while a permanent cure U being 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If your blood Is impure tulle diseased hot or lull of humors if you have blood poison cancer mrbunvlts eating nor scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby imply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease lake Botanic Blond Biilm B B 111 Soon all sores heal aches and ipains stop and the blood Is made pure and rich Druggists or by express 1 per farce bottle Sample Gee by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta 3a li B B IIs especially udvhsed fur chronic deepseated cubes ns it cures after ill else foils J T Eo I Gecillong millinery iI The CecilLong Millinery have re ceived their stock of fall and win ter ladies furnishing goods j hats latest creation both trimmed and untrimmed latest frames and trimmings Also a complete line of dress goods and trimmings readymade skirts shirt waists silks underwear hosiery gloves and the finest line of ladies and childrens cloaks ever on display in Hazel Green The ladies are requested to call and see before buying Our stock comes from the fore most firms of Cincinnati and you are sure to get the latest styles in everything when you buy from us Respectfully CECIL LONG Tie WiQOnostOf Batik WINCHESTER KY N H WITUERSFOON President Paid Up Capital t 810000000 Undivided Irollts I 11000000 handsome Deposit of Vover I i 980000000 This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and bus sates men generally throughout East era Kentucky and offers its custom ers every facility and the most liberal legitimatebanking Y e HASH Announce to the ladles of Hazel Green and the coun try that they have just opened an and Dress Our line of hats are the most trimmed ever stun in Htuel Green many of them being pattern hats and us they were selected by un export milliner they are sure to pleasb tho most fastidious in taste In addition to the business which includes all the lat est wo have n Dress Making with charts etc ready to cut and make Ladies and Shirt Waists Sucks and indeed all kinds of sewing We are located over Kash store and we assure you that all our goods are and prices as low as Call and see the stock for your we remain Yours 1 V rGfY or Y Y iY VlVf 3Y YY W 7VY vY W In Fancy and Patterns Laces as fine as looms can make j GENTS GOODS in cluding ties shirts collars etc j Prints of the latest design and and j a line of Rugs Brussells and ingrain weaves Oils IPaints Drugs Glass Putty Stoves Tinware o in endless variety and great so low in price you will be bound to buy Did we hear say Well weve got emand canned goods of every i ricots Peas Tomatoes Corn Sweet Taters and But pshaw I Come and see KASH Be bJO A A77 I A shhnnA L FOR 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 burnt orchard with fruits of all kinds There are 75 acres the majority in blue grass Two good cinterns one at the house and one at barn with plenty running water Call and see place or write to E T TAUIBEE Route 3 Mt Sterling Ky k1 3 0 + a w s A NEW MILLINERYAND DRESS MAKING ESTABLISHMENT XagCl M3IFCf1 TroD OVEU SAMPLES HAZEL GREEN Misses MAPEL TROY surrounding uptodate Millinery Making Establishment artistically millinery trimmings Department complete Childrens Samples firstclans anywhere yourself Soliciting patronage Respectfully MAPEL TROY Ladies Dress Goods Fashionable Hamburg FURNISHING suspenders Domestics bleached unbleached including Crockery CLOTHING SHOES HATS CAPS quantity somebody GROCERIES kindApiPeaches Respectfully SAMPLE FARM SALE dama fflissos KYof FOB SALE I have for eala one of the nicest best improved small farms in Clark County situated in the Becknerville neighborhood on the I Boonoshoroiigh and Athens pike and contains 74ACRESOFGOpD 1 LAND has a large nice dwellingiwith 10 rooms and beautifully lo sated Has barns enough to house 15 acres of tobacco or to stall 50 head of horses Must be seen to be appreciatedALSO No2 adjoining the above containing 05 acres and has on it cottage house and a 0 acre tobacco barn Gall at the homo or address w L 0 Pica Athens Ky Take The Herald only 70c a year i J i H in 3 The Jar o- Coughing Hammer blows steadily ap plied break the hardest rock Coughing day after day Jars and tears the throat and lungs until the healthy tissues give way Ayers Cherry Pectoral stops the coughing and heals the torn membranes PeotoralluhaDyofue hove coughs or herd colds I here used It for a peat many jura and 10 know VarJburNIMed hAlsoT SARSAPoWWers Biliousness constipation retard recovery Cure these with Ayerc Pills Miss Carrie Rose has returned 1from her protracted visit to MorI ristown TennIRev H J Derthiok of this place filled his regular appointment at West Liberty Sunday W P Stafford of Carlisle is at the Swango House for the benefit of the Swango mineral water Newt Womack and wife of West Liberty visited Charley Cecil and wife from Friday until Sunday Edward Oney and wife left last week to make their home for some time at least at Sardis Missd Lucien Nickell of Lee City was seen near Hazel Green Sunday looking for the Sunny Side home Anyone wishing to buy a good 200 razor can get one at 100 as long as they last by applying at this office tf David Baker of Gillmorj visit ed his sister Mrs Rosco Shackel 4p ford of this place Saturday andi Sunday Misses Jeannette Gridley and FalayLong spent Sunday with tho parents of Miss Falay F M Lung and wife at Salem v ea 4J tiL BUll theThe Kind You Have Always Boughtl Signature of Ly rr Rev John Wilson of Campion well known ns a singing master preachedat the Methodist church here Saturday night Joe Lykins and wife near town visited their daughter Mrs Hal lack Patrick of West Liberty fro Thursday to Sunday George W Salley a prospective candidate for sheriff was in town yesterday and called at this office to have some printing done Riggs Bailey 0 B Rice War ren Dixon and Sam Metzer ail off Salyersville were registered at the Day House Sunday and Monday 4 Rev Mr Wright of Winchester as per previous announcement de livered a sermon at both morniu f and evening service at the Metho dist church here Sunday Mesdames J T Barr and W E Back of Cannel City visited here Friday and did some shopping one of them buying a fine hat fro the CecilLong Millinery Dr G M Center reports the fo lowing births since our last issue To thewife of Bill Childers of Maytown Oct 24 a stillborn boy To the wife of A Clayton Center Oct 25 a JOpound boy 1 CASTORIAForI The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars the- t3lgaattuo ofe 1 1 Sflrieas fflieii of Yrs Brooks Ij I Mrs Era tul Brooke near townie critically ill with typhoid fever and dysinterry and owing to her extreme age and enfeebled condition there is but little chance of her recovery She is a patient of Dr Taylor Center and he said a few doge since that while he hoped he would be able to restore her to a normal condition he was doubtful of the result as she is 69 years of age and feeble from incident infirmities Her husband and children have the sympathy of all who know them and the hope is gen orally expressed that the wife and mother may be restored to them Mrs Brooks is a good old woman II as raised a large family of chit dren and has always been a than table good neighbor 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 IIHe 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 less 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 all Wolfe county druggists at SOf and 100 Trial bottle free The Speaking Saturday- FellowDemocrats dont forget the speaking at this place Satur ay Nov 2 and in the meantime tell all with whom you meet so that Hon John W Stevenson of Winchester and our own young county man Steven G Sample Esq will have a good crowdout to hear them It will be the last politicalspeech of the campaign and to say nothing of the courtesy due the first named gentleman we should give Stove Sample a rousing i reception on that occasion If ouch Democrat in the town and in the vicinity will turn out for that occasion it will so enthuse both of the speakers ns to wnnn the cockles of their hearts and they will give us un eloquent entertainment To add eclat to the occasion ladies are especially invited Taken By Mistake yardsMouday dle pockets bearing stock yards check No 89 containing Powelll county tax books aud other official business Finder will be liberally SterlingStock mSTOCK YARDS Co A Well Preserved Woman Mrs Mary Byrd of Gosueyville r was visiting the family of Dr J H Stamper who is her nephew the first of the week and called at the office to renew her subscription Aunt Polly as she is familiarly called was 70 years of age Monday but her eyes are as bright as dia monds and she is apparently as lithe of limb as the majority of Sfshe may live to celebrate her cen tennial birthday and enjoy life all tho while and she looks as if she may and oven add years to that For Sale mmproperty in Green JOHN W CRAVEN 1Frankfort Ky A tliptoe Exchange The people of Hazel Green now have the opportunity Of securing an up to date telephone system between this point and Mt Ster ling with an exchange here that will enable us to communicate to the latter place and all intermedi ate points With tho exchange we ican talk to Winchester Lexington Paris Frankfort West Liberty Cannel City and very many other places In short the advantages will be innumerable and the cost to those who avail of it only nominal Boxes will be rented at 1 per month and if each business house and professional man in the town will have a box installed the enterprise is assured Remember the equipment is to be first alaee think of the convenience and the saving and do not let the project die abornm for lack of your patronage Mrs F N Day will furnish you the details A Useful Citizen Uncle George Rice of our town has his peculiarities to be sure but at the same time he is a most useful citizen He is always ready to build a coffin in an emergency and many of them are not paid for and he stands ready to accommodate all who desire repairs at any and all times Recently he and his son George of Maytown have built for J T Day a four room house with two porches on Broadway and have two other large dwellings under way They have also under construction two room cottage for R J McLin He is always busy but ready to help you if in his power Hence we re iterate that he is a good and useful citizen and young George is fol lowing in his footsteps Railroad to Hazel Green There appears to be encouraging prospects that Hazel Green is soon to have a railroad We have 10i official information on the subject but from unofficial though reliable information it is understood that the Messrs Day Floyd and John the projectors and owners of the Mountain Central Railroad have determined to extend it to Hazel Green That they are financially able to build it from Campton to which place they now operate it on to our town there is no manner of doubt The distance is only 10 miles and it is understood they are now securing the right of way along the proposed liue Then i is said they will survey the route and at once put a large force omen f to grading the road bed push the road to completion at the earliest possible time LindenBoling Jim Linden of Gillmore creek who had arrived at the age who he was eligible to membership iin the order of bachelorhood as a junior at least on Saturday Oct 19 was united in matrimony with1 Miss Elsie Boling of Betty Gap Ridge in Menifee county Rev Sam Whitt tying the nuptial knot Jim is to be congratulated upon his good fortune and THE HERALD expresses the hope that the Kapp couple may journey through lif a auyno troubles to try their temper but little ones which cement and strengthen their union 000000000000000000000 The effect of malaria lasts a long time I runil i after effects of malaria J1EmuloSlonIt builds new blood and tones up your nervous system 1 r ALL DRUGGISTS J BOo AND 5100 000000000000000000000606 a ti II AfegefabkPrepatationforAs slmflating theFoodandBegula QngtticStomachsawlBcrwBlsor VMS Hll IKr N Promotes DigestioaCheerfur ness andRestCoatalns neither Opiumjiforphine norMinuat Nor NARCOTIC pvdrouIrs mrRr1l- AbiJ Jai rrrSJII lipaRonWorms CoJM1lsionsFeverislr ness and Loss or SLEEP Facsimile signature or NEW YORK los s EXACT COPY or WRAPPSR r Infants t e i Ttlr SEW YO 3 3 3i Q thp llu etc CoifPQ rdluio i While in enjoyment of health and looking your best Iyou should have your picture I have only gallery ast of Mt Sterling with a skvHuht and am prepared to make IN ANY STYLE OF FINISH that is i i fand having rendered satisfaction to all past patrons I am confident that I can do so with nl future customer A trial will convince you better than a column of mwrpnp talk f- BS5I make pictures of IFamily Group am Livellincs and vili answsr all calls to the courty Gallery on State Street Hazel Green Ky Call and see sI rl and learn price EIL WORTH i iCY H + H Cisc HH+HNk+iiN 4C 0i I = =O ZI =l= H F PIERATT President E F CECIL MARION KNIGHT Cashior le 1 witln 4k R DIRECTOHS E H SMITH H F PIERATT H E ONEY E F JAMES B ELKINS I Is for E T ROSE S G SAMPLE ROSE SAMPLE j Attorneys and CAMPTON KY j This firm practice in all the Courts i of Wolfe and adjacent counties attention given to Corporation I Traders Ban- kDR 0 H WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Offers his profeitional services to the clti zeni of Hazel Green and surrounding coun I Green Bank For and Children The Kind You DOpI Bears th- eSigns For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA eYavtt eelrewt em iluuuliu PrpQPHfp Sow Qiifiotannp DUUoldHut the made the fitted PHOTOGRAPHS Everythingship my f VicePresnt AttorneyPgthrrhJ 1500000 Iii As Ei Ai ROSEtCECIL ttTillsFarmersdLiberalrerms BROSnheadquarters Shoes Ladies evenseenDress Goods Notions thefinestgoodaGounsolorsatLaw will LitigationOffices SpecialI IOffice Have Always fn- Ise Domestic FruitlOrnaIIlontaI TIBBS Shrubs Grape Vines Asparagus Ev e r yt thing for Orchard Lawn and Garden We employ no agents Catalogue on Applit cation- H F HILLENMEYER SONS LEXINGTON KYaa j i r 4 1 CiO W 111 hl ct7 A if I IJ1aDIR R R Breed To the Best and Improve Steve Rose of Lacy creek at last Mt Sterling court bought of Charley Duff of Montgomerycoun ty a thoroughbred Hereford bull two years old and weighing 1110 pounds Mr Rose is to be congratulated on his purchase and the people should patronize him find improve their beef cattle As this section is a main source of supply for the cattle market of the State every effort should be ox erted to produce the best Farm ors should remember that it costs no more to raise a good steer than B sorry one and the price for the better grade is always larger To that end encourage men like Mr Rose and breed to the best for the best results and better revenue fTATE OF OHIO CITY or TOLEDO 1 ssLtlCMij Frank J Cheney makes oath that 2e is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney it Co doing business n the City of Toledo county and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED noiLARp for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh cure FRAKK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and sub cribed in my presence this Oth day of December A D 1880 lA W GLEABON l1 SEAL Koto Public i Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally and acts directly on the Mood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J CHBXEV A Co Toledo 0 Take Halls Family Pills for onstipationIJohn Cecil of the Murphy fork rho recently bought a farm near Mt Sterling on Tuesday moved his family and personal effects to his new homo much to the regret of a host of friends to he and his amiable wife But our loss is a big gain to Montgomery county and the people among whom they locate will find them an admira ble adjunct to tho neighborhood Beanie Globs and Miss Malvie Gillaspie will be married at the residence of the brides parentF Columbus Gillaspie and wife of Grassy creek today Oct 81 Rev Frank Pres Wilson olHciatius Sellie Lykins and Miss Lizzie Nickell will be married at the res idence of the brides father Ne eon Nickell of Graesy creek on Thursday Oct 31 Rev Frank P Wlson tying the kn- otHowls i YourHeart Is your pulse weak too slow too fast or does it skip a beat Do you have shortness of spellsfaintingsmothcring spells palpitation fluttering pains around the heart in side and shoulder or hurt when tying on kt sideIIf you have any of these symptoms your heart is weak getbetterDr Miles Heart Cure strengthens weak hearts and rarely ever fails to cure heart disease Try it and see how quickly you will find relief tookcJownund gradually grew worse i was told by my family phygldun that my case was hopelepa My neighbors and tom MyJjmbsthird larger than normal size and htnrtForpropped up in bed mothering I scent for fivebotties of Dr Mlles Heart Cure and by the time I had takm them all I way entirely cured I feel better than 1 have for twenty years and I am aNa to do olyttcmdlngfcadnt been for Dr Miles Heart Cur2 would prrnveU Ky Dr Mlles Heart Cure Is sold by your druggist who will guarantee that the first bottle will benefit If It falls he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkbart Ind I I For Womans Eye J18- Mrs Rebecca Dyer her son Jas N Dyer and his niece Miss Lula Dyer of Hendricks in Magoffin county visited Mrs Dyers daugh ter Mrs Tom Walter near town from Wednesday until Friday last J A Wright a student of the Kentucky Wesleyan College at Winchester was a guest of Swango House from Saturday until Mon day meantime preaching at the Methodist church noted elsewhere The CecilLong Millinery this week announce that they have a large lot of ladies and misses cloaks made of the best material and most elegantly tailored and trimmed Call and see them be fore the best are bought Mrs Belle Godsey came in Fri day and is the guest of her sister Mrs Lou Mize Those who have had the pleasure of meeting her say she looks as well as ever ex cept being crippled from rheuma tism and having to get about in a wheeledchair Inadvertently we have omitted to mention that Miss Pearl Troy of Indian Fields is now a resident of our town but we are pleased to do so now and for the information of her friends will say that she may be found at the MapelTroy Millinery over Kash it Samples store The Hollon mill on Lacy creek had a breakdown Monday that will cause them to close down for this week One of the knives in the dresser of the stave machine was broken and Marion Frazier the operator just missed being cut to pieces by stepping aside The knife was sent to Clay City for repair and upon its return operations will be resumed AttackIOnI froIquentlytube called the appendix Its I generally the result of protracted constipation following liver tor par Dr Kings New Lif Pills regulate the liver prevent uppen i dicitis aud establish regular habits of the bowele 25if at all leading druggists of Wolfe county i 1The Ladies Aid Society met at the hone oi Mrs Roe Nickell on Tuesday and elected officers as follows Mrs M O Carter president j Mrs Tom Haddix vicepresident Mrs Clark Cecil secretary Miss Lou Ward asst secretary Mrs Sam Kash treasurer This soci ety and the Cemetery Association will meet next Tuesday at the res ideuce of Mrs Spencer Cooper and a full attendance requested His Dear Old Motherly dear old mother who is l now eightythree years old thrives BIBruusouhas taken them for about two years I appetitefeelsThats the way Electric Bitters af fect the aged and the same happy results follow in all cases of female weaknoss and general debility j Weak puny children too are j greatly strengthened by them j Guaranteed also for stomach liver and kidney troubles by all loading j druggists of Wolfe county at 50X OUV 19 11 OXL X A I BougfitII of J 0 Womens troubles very often occur regularly at a certain time every month Because this may have been so all your life Is no reason why it should continue Many thousands of women who had previously suffered from troubles similar to yours due to disorder of the womanly organs have found welcome relief or cure in that wonderfully successful medicine for women Wine of Cardutt Mrs Leota Forte of Toledo 111 writes I am well pleased with the results of using Cardul iIfhave taken three bottles and am now perfectly well free from pain and have gained 25 pounds in weight IIC A I CTTCn Writ today forafree copy o vllUlbl 64paae Illustrated Book for Women If you need Medical Ad- viceWRITE VJ LC I 1 CK ISncrlbt our Sympoms stating sire and reply will be sent In plain suled envelope dddrNat n Ladles Advisory Dept The Chtunoort Medltlna Co Chattanooaa Tenn A Hung Jury Judge J S Morris who was ap pointed Special Judge to try Wal tot Day at Jackson passed through here Friday on his way home Day was charged with forging the name of his uncle Floyd Day of this city to a note After considering the matter for some time the jury found themselves unable to agree and were discharged The case will be tried again in FebruaryLnxi- ugton l Herald Oct 20 Mrs Henry Wallen of Johnson City Tenn has been visiting rel ativesin the vicinity of our town for abojit two weeks and the latter part of last week and the first of this was the guest of her sister Mrs W B Johnson of Hazel Green and visited other relatives and friends in and about town Denny Caarter of West Liberty accompanied bya lineman was here yesterday repairing the tele phone line between Campton and Lee City Dr G M Center is the principal stockholder and general manager and he says if it be possi ble he intends to put the line in working order A C Bishop general agent for the Singer Sewing Machine Co was at the Day House a few days this week with several machines SHERIFFS SALE By virtue of an Execution Xo 1414 directed to me which issued from the itlerki office of the Wolfe Circuit Court n favor of J N Vaughn and J W Con gleton Vaughn sC Congletou against John C Tolson 1 or one of my deputies will on Monday November 4 1007 be I tween the hour of 10 oclock a m aud 3 oclock p m at the Court House door in Campton Wolfe County Kentucky I it being County Court day and the first day of the term of said court expose to public sale to the highest bidder the following describedreal estate or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy plaintiffs debt interest aud costs towit lyingInwaters of Swifts Camp Creek and being the same land conveyed to John C Tul son by J N Vaughn and Sarah Vaughn by deed bearing date Dec 14 1904 which is duly recorded in deed book 14 page 390 Wolfe County Court Clerks office containing 100 acres more or less aud bounded and described as follows towit Lying and being in the County of Wolfe and State of Kentucky and on the waters of Swift Creek and bounded by beginning on a chestnut oak corner of Frank Tolson and K U Land Co thence down the ridge with K U Land Companys line to Swifts Camp Creek thence up said creek to Carter Van cleaves line thence with said line a north 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 Tolaou line thence with his line to the beginning Also a certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in Wolfe County Ken CamrCreeklows towit Beginning on a black oak marked on the top ofu high knob on Jonathan Gilleys line thence a north course down the center of the point to the Bear Brunch thence down the branch to the fence and a stone thence north with fence to the top of the cliff theiiiB with tIhA top of the cliffs to the falls of Spriue Branch thence with the top of the cliu and W m L Hunt line to the Combs line thence with his line to H D Spradlings old line thence with his line to Johnatban Gil leys line thence with his line to the black oak the beginning containing 100 acres more or less Levied on as the property of John C TolsonTaintsSale will be made on a credit of three moths the purchaser to securitytoreplevinbondWitness my haridas Sheriff of Wolfe County this the 30th day of September 1907 COXSheriff JapJ Hazel Green Academy Fall 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 the student for the SOPH CollegeThe of Eight Teachers Careful attention is given to each student TUITION IS FREE GENERAL EXPENSESFall Term of 14 weeks 500 Winter Term of 11 weeks 500 Spring Term of 11 weeks 500 Board with Heat and Light 200 per week Furnished Rooms Free Write for Catalogues- M 0 CARTER SecyTreas H JrJ DERTHICK Principal I Master Commissioners Sale 0 Wolfe Circuit Court Kentucky 0S D Smith Guardian of Grace Smith and for Wallace Smith etc ON PETITION BY VIRTUE of juclgmentand order of sale of the Wulfe Circuit Courb rendered at its September term 1907 in the above cause with interest at the rate of six pur cent per annum from the 1th day of November 1907 until raid I shall proceed to outer for sale at the CourtHouse door in Campton to the highest bidder at public auction on Monday the 4th day of November 1007 at 1 p m or thereabout being County Court day upon a credit of six mouths the following decribed property towit Each of said above named infants owning one twentleth part of the timber max lug their entire interest one tenth of the same on the following described tractor parcel of land The boundary of timber ms situated on the waters of Lower and Upper Devils CreeK In Wolfe County Ky and is bounded by beginning at the High Fulls of Tolson Branch thence au eastward course with the fence to the top of the point j thence a northwardcourse with the meanders of the ridge to the county road thence a southeast course with the county road to Hobbs heirs and thence with Hobbs line bacK to the county road thence with same line to the S B Smith and Hobbs heirs and the II C Campbell land 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 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 ders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms This October 8th 1907 C C FULKS Commissioner By I R HOLLOS D C ifiI V JJIJJ UNDERTAKERHAZEL I havo several fine Coffins in my shop and am prepared to make any style to order and on the most reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse aud will attend all burials when so requested Public patronage is respectfully solicited 25tf GEO RICE a t J r k4 0i a Ji- I MAGAZINE READERS rSUNSET MAGAZINE beautifully illuitrtled good stories Cr go and articles about Cauforaia and OV t all the Far Weatayc CAMERA CRAFT r devoted each month to the ar tilts reproduction of the best 100wotkofamatcusndprofessionalaar r photographer ROAD 07 A THOUSAND WONDERS a book of 75 pages containing 075picturesqueI i and Oregon t Total 325 Jisx All for 150 Addien all orders to SUNSET MAGAZINE Flood Building So Franco BEN MURPHY DEALER IN GENERAL STORES 1 NEOLA KY Offers the citizens In and around Hele chawa the best line ofgoods ever seen in this section at the price A big round c dollar spent with him will bring you more in return than it would anywhere Country produce and railroad ties taken in exchange fur goods and your patron age is respectfully solicited Until you buy from him you will never know how much you can sav- elatatlttttac KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings f Now Discovery FORcoUCHa jPBiraC a oo Tilal Bottle fro j AND AlLTHROAtANO LUNBTalUBL- E8OUAAWTZ 0D BATIBFAOTOIi Y OB XOVZY REFUNDED u