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I i y THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD A I o Established March 41885 Made Famous In the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORen O TWENTYTHIRD YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 7 1907 NUMBER 13 BPENCGR Owner and COOPKR rTheOldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 75 Cents a Year JJLolngton and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect Noy 18 1906 WEST BOUND No1 2 No8 Dally ex = riTATlONS I Ii Inil and Sunr ty uodny I AMATI lIM Arr 6 loan 2 20 pii d U pin Jullksn1Ul I I IJ pm 707 vn 0II BI lItlVVf I 2011 7 30n Torrent IfII11 a 41 rillj 7 45 no 44 jNat nrlI I 3 55 pm 7 43 vo Cam ton 3 f7 ptp 8 IB am 57 I stanton 57 4 20 pm 8 25 am 62 ria ItyUI l 15 pm 9 00 min 70 LAKJuncuJ 70 607pm 9 12 tin 90 Wlnohenler 90 5 20 Dm 9 65 tm 04 Lexington 91 1 05 pm FAST SOUND No2 No4 Dally u STATIONS Daily and ItSunday Sunday PM Lvet I AM I v 2 25 pm 0 Lexington 0 7 36 am 3 10 pm iO Winchester 20 8 13 am 3 25 pm LEJnnctlon 8 26 pm 4 00 pm 40 Clay City 40 9 02 am 4 10 pm 44 Stanton1i44 9 10 am 4 40 pm Campton Juntl1j pm 4 45 pm 17 Nat 57110311 am 4 67 pm 62 Torrent am 1118 pun 70 eattvveJc 17 am 0 10 pm 90 OKJuncn 70110 15 am 6 15 pm 94 Jackson 20 am CONNECTIONS L E JUNCTION Trains Not 12 and 3 will make connection with theCORy for Mt Sterling CAMPION JUNCTION Tralnn No 1 2 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central By tor Pine Ridge and Campton BEATTYVLLE JUNCTION Trains Nos 2 and 4 will make conne tlon at lieattyville with the L find A Railway for passengers wandrom Besttvvllle O K JUNCTION Trains Vos 3 and 4 connect with the O K Railway for local toItatlons on the O K Railway r W A MCDOWELL General Manager imAH8COTTUen Pass Agent OHIO KENTUCKY RAILWAY TIME TABLE MAY 21 1905 WEST BOUND No 33 K No 21 Dully ex = STATIONS Daily ex Buulty S 1 Hnnday f Asa 0 27 PM ABB 10 0 Canne 22 lH 35 ji ll Held 120 12 19- I 45 18 Lee 13 12 13 4 05 20 lIam 11 11 51 3 62 22 Willu 6 11 44 3 10 27 OK Junction 0 11 1C 3 00 Jackon 11 05 EAST 0 No22DailyuSunday a Sunday AM Lvi P M LVE 7 10 27 Cannel 0 1 00 7 33 21 Uelecl 6 1 Ii i 7 45 19 Lie 11 1 23 8 24 13 Ham 13 1 44 8 37 10WII 20 1 iii 9 25 1 O K Jutlon 22 2 25 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 Not 21 and 22 Will make close connectioi at O K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for points on the Lexington and Eastern Rail wayaLCONLEYSuperintendent mountain OpiidI railroad No 1- DEPART No 2 ARRIVE 800 a m Camptfon1130 a m 200 p m Camp oil p m No2No1I ARRIVE DKlAUT h80 iimCauipu June 10 05 am I40pmIlj C H WIL d DR PHYSICIAN ANJD SURGEON HAZRL OR EN KY Offers hU profeetional services to the elti v zeDS of Hazel Green awd nurrouuding couu afflictionOfficeI Green Bank i I CAUFTON CURRENCY 0 Squire Elias Shockey of Hazel Green was in town Monday attend ing court Great interest is being taken in thn election at this place today A large vote will be polled L T Iloverninlp of Jackson and Dr J R Carroll of Wilmore aro in Campton today to vote County ApflfHSr C 15 Allen of I i City cuniH to town yestfnhiy to nttond court and hoar the polit ical speaking A Mr Prydo of Lexington was in town Fridny night investiuafinc the titlo to some tracts of timber lard in tlis county Rev J M Matthews of the Methodist church and J M Tol son of the Baptist church have gone to Lane to hold a protracted meetingMr Mrs Hnrdin Hurst returned from Frozen Creek Satur day whero they had been to attend the funeral of the formers mother Mrs S H Hurst Capt S B Smith is now a resident of our little town having moved into the residence last week vacated by Dr J R Carroll and family on Marion street Judge Finley E Fogg of West Liberty and John A Graham of Lexington were in town on busi lines yesterday R J McLin of Hazel Green nod Floyd Day of Wiuchester were also here Hon J W Stevenson of Win chester who was announced to speak in every precinct in Wolfe county last week as a champion of Democracy after filling three engagements was called homo by telegram from Lee City and could not keep his other engagements All who heard him compliment him as being one of the best ora tors of the Democratic party A joint discussion of the politi cal issues of the closing campaign took place at the court house here yesterday between A F Bvrd and Smith Hays representing Democ racy and Capt W L Hurst and S M Niokell representing the Re publicans The audience was about equally divided between ad herents of the two p r i sand th3 debate being spirited one brought the issues clearly before the votors Nov 6 S S Avoid Slang Young people should acquire the habit of correct speaking an I writ ing and abandon as oarly as possi ble any use of slang words and phrases The longer you put this off the more difficult the acquirement of correct language will bo i and if tho golden ago of youth the proper time for the acquisition of language be passed in its abuse the nfortunato victim will most probably ho doomed to talk slang for life You have merely to use the language which you read in stead of the slang you hear to form- a taste in agreement with tho speak ers and poets in the country Dr Niokoll reports the birth of a boy to the wife of Harlnn Taul bo of tho Murphy fork Tuesday Oct 29th OA SrCnIABears U the Kind You to Always Bought 8tgngtfue Ylor 7 t LANQSAW LACONICS Husking corn isthe order of tha dayN L Combs is building a very nice tenant house this week Logan Miller has beon visiting his mother Mrs Joe Miller for tho past fow days E T Kash and son Arthur have returnnd from Cincinnatiwhere tlioy hud boon to Iy goochII Stephen Swung of ited his dUlIghtor Mrs E T Kush two or three days of lust week J M Taster curl W L Kash have returned from Jackson where they havo boon attending court Miss Ollie Swatigo who is teach ing school beyond Campton was visiting homefolks Saturday anti SundayGeo Smith has bought of Green Brewer a tract of land near Lands w and is preparing to build a dwelling at once Revs Vanclove nod Robbins preached at this place Saturday and Sunday to a large and well behaved audience Isaac Adams aud Arthur Kash aro on Red river this week gathering corn from what is known as the Oakley place Mrs Rhoda Swango of Valeria ccompanied by her little grand son Steve visited the family of Hirnm Whismau Saturday and SundayA Hall of Campton a pho tographer has been iu this neigh borhood for a few days taking piotures and especially groups for tho various schools Nov 4 A NON Fnconrage Him to Say We Dont laugh at a boy who mall ijifies his placo You may see him coming from the posts tlico with a big bundle of his employers lot ters which ho displays with as much pride as if they wero his own He feels important and looks it and is proud of his place He is attending to business He likes to have tho world know that he is working for a busy concern The boy who says wo identities himself with the concern its in terests are his He sticks up for its credit and reputation He takes pleasure iu his work and hopes to say we are in earnest The boy will reap what he sows if he keeps his grit and sticks to his job You may take off your hat to him as- IDe of tho future solid men of the town Lot his employer do tho right thing by hint i chock him kindly if he shows signs of being too big for his place counsel him as to his habits and associates aDd occasionally show him a pleasant prospect of advancement A little pride does an honest boy a heap of good Good luck to the boy who says wo An exchange says Small men with small purposes do not help to make a town lively and progres sive The man who never con tributes to public entorpriso or voluntarily assists in supporting any of the public enterprises is not worth coaking to remain in a town and should he decide to move out it is always a matter of congratulation Its units and not more ciphers that count for something Be a unit tit GRASSY CREEK 0 GRICTSI Too late for Itut lIpeknrrpoudenhshould send in letters ou Momlnyj Last weok Buck Noble sold his farm on Straight creek to James Elam for 200 Wayno Short of Straight creek will leave in a few days for Louis villo to have an operation per formed for a tumor Mrs Mattio Oakley anti Mrs Wes McCluro of Yociini wore tho irnosts of Mrs S Monruo Nickell Friday and Saturday hobo Wheeler of Straight creek bought a house und lot at Wost Liberty end will move there to educate his children Rev Hnrlan McClure began a meeting at Flat Woods the 16th iust and will close Sunday He was assisted by other ministers Sam Wilsonlithe poet in an ticipation of a Wilson landslide in Kentucky is spreading Republican whitewash on the residence of S Monroe Nickell Buck Noble lithe poet accom panied by his wife hits just returned from Breathitt county where they have been attending the funeral of her father On Thanksgiving night there is to be n box supper at Goodwins Chapel for the benefit of time M E church AU the ladies aro request ed to bring a box None are barred by reason of age size wrinkles matrimonial successes or disap pointments Heedless of the rain andstorm n good audience gathered nt Grassy Lickchurch Sunday to attend time funeral of Milton Carter and teSt tify to the high regard in which they held him while living The funeral orations svere pronounced byRflvs Hnrlan McClure W P Lykins and W L Gevedon Oct 28 POBT MIZE MITES 11 S S Oldfieldand wife are visit ing at Kiddville this week There was a fnnenilI mooting at Grassy Greek church Sunday Miss Mae Pack vUitod Miss Mat tio Elkins of Campton last weok Clarence Havens of Grassy crock was calling on his boat girl Sunday Kit Phillips and Taylor Havens are hauling staves from Laruos stave mill this week W H Jerrnlnman paid Charley Hurt and family a pleasant visit Saturday and Sunday Miss Laura Pack visited Miss Lillie Cocil of Grassy Crock Sat urday night and Sunday Mrs Maggie Jacksons now residence is nearing completion and will be an ornament to tho neigh borhoodThere will be a box suppnr given at Goodwins Chapel Saturday be fore the second Sunday in Novem ber and the proceeds will be used to purchase rooting fur tho church house Everybody iis invited Oct S1AvU Old Pointur the faithful old possum dog belonging to II F Pioratt but loft in care of Mrs Smyth died Saturday night and in respect to his faithful sarvico he was neatly buried Sunday He was everybodys frend nnd faith ful unto death Mow Is Yoorlieart Is your pulse weak too slow too fast or does it skip a beat Do you have shortness ox spellsfaintingsmotltcring spells palpitation fluttering pains around the heart in situ and shoulder or hurt whew lying on left sick- Ii you 111 vet any cf these symptoms your heart is weak getbctterDr Miles Heart Cure strengthens weak hearts and rarely ever fails to cure heart disease Try it and sec how quickly you will find relief tookdownend gradually grew worse I woe told by my family physician that my case was lioiielcfH Sly neighbors nod fam Mylimbsthird larcer than normal size and water had collected around my heart For at least three months I had to Bit propped up In bed to keep from smoth DrMilesJhadcured I feel better than I have fortwenty yearn rind I am shin to do any kind of work on my farm Uj ithadntCWtJIL T CURD Wllmorc Ky byyourfalllhoMiles Medical Co Elkhart Ind We Help You to Save and MAKE MONEY c Having arranged for exceedingly low clubbing nuts with publishers of the best ad mot popular publi- Cations in tie United hates Dailj IVVjuiy and tont ply we ale now nady to fill orders at flow Thirty to Fifty per cent less than the re gular prices giving Subsci ibers ufl benefit of the lowest clubbing atet at same time allowing a liberal on mission to Soliciting Agents To advertise our new offeu ouldentail A cost which we saVt to the Subscriber by asking end reader of this item to send a postal cud for Sample Copies of True WISKKIY ENQUIRER mid if so situ ated to do a little agency work dur ing the winter make application fa agency It is a fact that THE EIs QUIRKR offers more and better bargains than may ba had front other sources One offer gives 500 Worth fw only 200 another gives a Duilj paper two Weeklies and txit Monthlies for only 175 The Veterinary column of That WKEKLY KNOUIKER is worth froo five to fifty dollars to any horse ownerVlrite today to- Sncjuirsr Company Cincinnati OMf BO YEARS J EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS t COPYRIGHTS cAnroneending a sketch and daertptionwm- eulektt ascnrtAln our oplnloa wbetbu a li eaon to probably patenubleu Comniuito llontk rirtlfrvfllciitl U HANDBOOK raPKtc Ulitfivi orrrct irrcnryforwctiniBrifP1vl- KUii tarn Uruuiih JItuu t Co zca9a ipetiattt t without rue In Lbe St Q tint Jnhtticfflt Ahandenmerlllelrted wPklr Largutr tuUtli nf mr MeiilHM loon uJ TiTiJiiW cart vrt ntbtL 5 1 lbylJraMrsW MlIr N COM New MUi- utcU Ulkt VU V st WtitlEinoa BC if 1Ff yr 2 f If fTHE HERALD Entered nt the nnxel Green Post tq office as H oond elnu matter t IISPENCER COOPER CREEN KY Editor Nov 7 1907 ANNOUNCEMENTS 6YERWeareauthurizcdcandidate for the office of Jailer of Wolfe County ub jjjest to the action of the Democratic party THE fullowingdispassionateconl parison of Kentucky with other Southern States which was recont ly made in an article ou Educa tional Progress of the SouthyII in School Srionco and Mathematics of Chicago is of interest to nil KentuckiansThe educational pro gross of tho Southern States dur ing tho last fow years has nev r been equaled by any other pooplo in the history of mankind and is nn index to tho enthusiastic inter est which has been and is being aroused among the people of this region in all matters pertaining to thoroughness of education and the elevation of intellectual life and idealsIt is mrst encouraging to know that the improvement has begun at tho foundation of our educa tional system with public schools nnd that it forms therefore a per manent basis from which to build New school houses have been elect ed school terms have IlePII llength entttl laws governing child lnllorII nnd compelling u t tell cln 11 school hnvo been meted bt ttor I training for teachers lies heen pro I vided in State Normal Schools and imw sources of revenue have been opened up to supply funds to carry the work to an immediately successful issue This elevation of tho character of the work done in the public schools must naturally be felt in tho high schools which are being multiplied in practically every Southern State A higuer grade of work can be established and maintained It is possible therefore to strengthen the college cur riculum and increase the efficiency ofevery higher institution of learning in proportion ns the character of the work in each unit of the sys tem is elevated So far Kentucky has had but a very small part in this forward movement as compared with the splendid achievements of the Car olinas Alabama Georgia Missis sippi and Texas Nevertheless some things have been done to im I provo conditions the length of the school term has been increased from five to six months j State Normal Schools have been estab t lished at Richmond and at Bowl ing Green j school improvement leagues have been organized and most importrut of all perhaps the conditions now obtaining in the State are being investigatedand the truth made known to every citizen o f the Commonwealth Much of what has been done we owe directly to the efforts of the enlightened women of Kentucky- not tc the wisdom of its legislators lilt is hoped that public opinion which is now more fully aroused may sweep Kentucky onward into the full current of educational z itszthan well nigh the last State in the Union in the achievement of truly high standards and ideals of edu cation DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK P Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news papers Is sure to know of the wonderful u JI Icures made by Dr = III Kilmers SwampRoot 111 the great kidney liver remedys cal triumph of the nine t i ii teenth century dir VI covered after years of byIInent kidney and blad der specialist and Is curinglamebles and Brlghts Disease which Is the worst form of kidney trouble recc onmendedforeverythingbutlfyouhavekidney just the remedy you need IIt has been tested In so many ways In hospital work In private practice among the helpless too poor to purchase relief and has proved so successful In every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried It may have a sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generoXis offer In this paper and fPLsend your address to Dr Kilmer 8tCoBlng hamton N Y The regular fifty cent and Demur 8Bootdollar sizes are sold by all good druggists DorTi maKe any mistake but rememoer rw rsme Swamp Root Dr Kilmer tngramtoar The Cost of Printing a Paper Very few people comparatively have any adequate idea of the im mense cost of producing a modern daily newspaper particularly in the large cities of the country Some authentic figures on the sub ject have recently been made pub lic and will doubtless occasion surprise to the uninformed The composition printers weekly pay roll for instance on the Balti more American is 2000 j on the Boston Globe 4200 j on the GlobeDemocrat 8000 and on andlooBills fur epocinl telegrams are an other big item of expense on thu Chicago Herald a few years ago they run to 1i500It month St Louis GlobeDemocrat 12000 j San Francisco Examiner 8000 j Boston Herald 0000 and St Louis Republic 4000 Then there is the white paper hill which is greater than tho other combin ed On the New York World it is said to ruu to 700000 per year and ou the New York American about the same j on the Chicago News about 250000 and on the Boston Globe and Herald about 850000 each j on the Enquirer about 800000 and on many other papers it runs from 100000 to a quarter of a million every twelve months Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIOAS as they cauuot reach the seat of the disease Catarrh is a blood or cooatitutiuual disease r and in order to cure it you must take in ternal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrah Cure is not a quack medicine It was prescribed by one of the best pby siciaus in this country for years and is aIregular prescription It is composed of the best tonics known combined withI the best blood purifiers acting dlrerctly- on the mucous surfaces Tho perfect combination of the two Ingredients Is what produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh Send for testimonials freeF J CHENFY ft Co Props Toledo 0 sold by all druggists price 7Cc constlpatlon Value of the Hen Consider ivhat the hen does when she is working now that her strike season is on and she clamors for rations The market value of Biddy is about 25 cents and the value of her daily produce 2 cents or onetentieth part of her own worth True her career is short but long enough to earn her value many times over and that cannot be said of some in this world who have great pretensions to usefulness Subscribe for THE HERALD 118 SrJCEIS RESERVED FORII JaM ROSE SONS i Who will soon advertise their Fall and Winter Goods Cnres Blood Skin Disease Cancer Greatest IIEaod Purifier Free If jour blood Is Impure thin diseased hot or lull of humors If you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofuts eczema Itching risings and bump scabby pimply skin hone pains catnrrli rheumatism blood or skin clisrast take Botanio Blood Balm 1J U 111 Sou nil sores heal aches nUll paint stop and the blood Is made pure and rich DniLKints or nwplefreetin IIi It U is e peclully alhls ell for chronic deepseated cases as it cures after nil else fulls TEIE64C- eoillong millineryQ 9 The CecilLong Millinery have re coived their stock of fall and win ter ladies furnishing goods hate latest creation both trimmed and nntrimmod 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 displayinThe 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 Ttae Winonostal BankElW- INCHESTER KY N H WmiERsroojf President Paid Up Capital i 10000000 Undivided IrollU i 11000000 Handsome Deposit o- rrover t t t 850000000 This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and bus Incas men generally throughout East ern offers Its custom era every facility and the moat liberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking loct2ly 0 4- r 4 A NEW MILLINERY MAKING ESTABLISHMENT 11issesXaaeulapcI SAMPLES HAZEL GREEN Misses MAPEL TROY Announce to iiiu J of Hazel Green and the surroundingcoun- try that they have just opened an uptoduto Millinery and Dress- Making Establishment Our line of hats are tho most artistically trimmed over seen in Hazel Green of them being pattern hats and us they were selected by an expert milliner are sure to pleas the most fastidious in taste In addition to the millinery business which includes all the lat est trimmings we have a Making Department complete with charts etc ready to cut and Ladies and Childrens Waists Sucks and indeed all kinds of sewing We are located over Samples store and we assure you that all our goods are fustclans and prices as low us anywhere Call and see the stock for yourself Soliciting your patronage we remain Yours Respectfully MAPEL T-ROYywcFLadies Dress Goods In Fancy and Fashionable Patterns Hamburg Laces as fine as looms can j GENTS FURNISHING fOODS in eluding ties shirts collars suspenders etc j Prints of the latest design and Domestics bleached and unbloaohed j a tine of Rugs including Brnssollu and ingrain weaves Oils tw Paints Drugs Putty Stoves Tinware Crockery o CLOTHING SHOES HATS CAPSi- n ndloss varietyi and great quantity so low fa price yon will s be bound to buy Did we hear somebody say GROCERIES Well wevo got emand canned goods of kindAp ricots Peaches Peas Tomatoes Corn Sweet Tutors and But pshaw I Come and see 1 KASH SAMPLE A F FA IFo F RohoF FARM FOR SALE Until sold I ofler at private contract my farm situated on the and Mt Sterling turnpike 10 miles from latter place and 0 miles from Judy On the place is an 8 room dwelling big hall out buildings all in good tobacco barn and an extra good stock barn orchard with fruits of all kinds There are 75 acres the majority in blue grass Two good cisterns one at the house and one at barn with plenty running water Call and see place or write to E T TAULBEEI RouteS Mt Sterling Ky ifei1 alt1i r AND DRESS Troll OVER KAKH KY Indies ninny they Dress make Shirt Kash make Glass every Respectfully Judy shape DOli SALe I have for e ala one of the nicest best improved small farms in Clark County situated in the Becknerville neighborhood on the Boonesborongl and Athens pike and contains 7p ACRES OF GOOD r LAND has a huge nice dwelling with 10 rooms sand beautifully located Has barns enough to house 15 acres of tobacco or to stall 50 head of horses Must be seen to be appreciated 1 ALSO TllAOT KO 2 adjoining the above containing 65 acres and has Ion it a cottage house and a 0 acre tobacco barn Call at the home or address L O Pico Athens Ky t 1 +asrI- 4I4 + III l w- M r7 T x c I l TWn 3 J i 7s It Your fIOwnHair Do you pin your hat to your own hair Cant do It Havent enough hair It must be you do not know Ayers Hair Vigor I Heres an intro duction I May the acquaint ance result in a heavy growth ofrichthickglossyhairl And we know youll never be cray r think that Ayers Hair Vlxnr li the mot wonderful hulrirrower that wm mails I have utft It fur oms time 3a truthi full 1 MT that t urn RTMtlr plsaedl with It I cheerfully riMVinirnn l U a a splendid preps ration Done V nnooK warlaud Mich tads b7l0AerOo Iowll Hut All aautMtunn of I JL SAIiAfAMUA LLS LlJerS CHEIRY PECTORAL Edgar T Kash of Landsaw was the guest of his brother C F Kash 0and wife Sunday night Robt Cecil and wife visited the lattera parents F M Long and wife at Salem Sunday Monroe NickellI esq of Grassy Creek passed through town Mon day en route to Campion ca tL 1LlI Han Wwys Baom 1w1Udf Charley Cecil and wife visited relatives at West Liberty from Friday until Sunday evening Judge Finley Foggof West Lih erty passed through town Tuesday morning en route from Cuinpt n home Mrs Mason Jones of Sellers visited her daughter Mrs A C Nickell and family from Thursday until Saturday Anyone wishing to buy a good tw 200 razor can get ono at 100 us long as they lust by applying ut this office tf Dr Marion Center reports thu birth of a girl to the wife of Hunt ing Doc Stamper of Grassy creek Thursday Oct 81 The Ladies Aid Society meets at the home of Mrs Roberts next Tuesday where they will make a quilt for the bazar sale Miss Pearl Troy left Saturday for Boattyvillo where she is visit ing Mrs Robert Vunarsdalo She will return some time this week The twin sister of Miss Echia Sallee accompanied by her niece Miss Susie Lanier both of Dan ville are visiting at the Sarah K Yancey Home this week For Sale- I offer for sale at a sacrifice my property in Hazel Green JonN W CRAVEN l Frankfort Ky Do not forgot that you can get THE HERALD and the American Farmer both one year for 5f and avail of it while you may for this offer will not hold good long Joe Hoinrich of Helechawa and Miss Susie Long who is teaching the public school at that placewore guests of the latters sister Miss Falay Long for dinner Sunday The Halloween party at theYan cey Home which was postponed until Saturday night was a very pleasurable event and enjoyed by all present The students would j r like to see Halloween come more t often CASTOR I A For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought li Bears the- Signature of fIIR Calloway Sebastian Fatally Shot In a difficulty at Leo City Tues day Galloway Sebastian was shot by Wellie Arnett and it is thought fatally wounded Particulars are tneugro but us we hour them are as follows Kelly Arnett pulled his knife on Sebastian and made for him whoa Sebastian attempted to pull his pistol and accidentally discharged it the bullet passing through his coat and lodging in the counter of Roses store where the trouble occurred At the same moment Wellie Arnett a hrother I of Kelly pulled his pistolund shot Sebastian the bullet breaking his left arm entering his side passing just behind the heart and lodging ou the right side some where Dr A C Niekell was phoned fur and did what he could to relieve the patients pain but did not probe for the bullet Sebastian has been conscious all the while and yester day morning was said to better with a little hope of recovery Ar nett who did the shooting is the man who killed the pedlor in Ma goffiu county for which ho is now under bond He was arrested and taken to Campton jail just after he shot Sebastian A Hard Debt to Pay I owe a debt of gratitude that can never he paid off writes G S Clark of Westfield Iowa for my rescue from death by Dr Kings New Discovery Both lungs were so seriously affected that death seemed imminent when I began taking New Discovery The omi nous dry hacking cough quit be fore the first bnttln was used and two more bottles made a complete cure Nothing has bver equaled New Discovery for troughs colds tttidaIL thn utand lung complaints Guaranteed hy all leading dealers in Wolfe county 60jf and 100 Trial bottles Itree A Birthday Dinner Qirtu an mij yitble day was spent at the hme of Uncle iMurril Ty IHr of Consolation Friday it being the birthday of Mrs Tyler A quilting was given and a dinner such as has never been teen in ur mountains before Twos more of a family reunion as all the chil dren were present However a few special friends were invited among those from town being the following Mesdames Albert Dye Sherman Elam and George Dyer The ladies say it was an occasion long to be remembered owing to the many jolly jokes told by Uncle Busby the sumptuous dinner and in fact the general pleasure of the day such as one finds only in ideal homes like Mrs Tylers Hon W 0 Mizo and wife loft yesterday for Lexington whore they will spend a few days Then they will go to Memphis Tenn for a few days after which they go to Lake county Florida where they expect to meet their son Carl as he starts from Newport Tenu for Florida about the time they reach Memphis Mr Bicknell and wife of Boren were hero a few days of last week and thp first of this Incidentally we learn that he contemplates lo cating hero and in event ho does he will preach for some of the Christian churches in this commu nity A Big Hrter Deal R J McLiu an special oommis riiouer for the estate of J T Day on Monday sold all the timber ex cept the locust which was resorv ed on a boundary of 1141 acres of laud to John A Graham Co of Lexington for 31000 The Gra ham Co furnish wagon factories with the wood work for the build lug of a wagon or nearly all of it In this business together with theI small parts they furnish to chair factories they are able to and do use up nearly every scrap of tim ber Some idea ot how close they cull it may be had from a remark a gentteman made who looked over their field He said Nothing gets away from the Grahams but the sawdust and they burn lots of that for fuot But they got a fine lot of timber especially white oak And Mr MoLin is to be con gratulated upon the fine sale made when it is considered that the laud and locust on it still belongs to Mr Day Ten years ago ho paid 5400 for the land and later sold from it Io000 worth of poplar He Fought at Gettysburg David Parker of Fayette N Y who lost a foot at Gettysburg writes Electric Bitters have done me more good than any medicine I ever took For several years I had stomach trouble and paid out a lot of money for medicine to little purpose until I began taking El ectric Bitters I would not take 500 for what they have done for Ines Grand tonic tor the aged and for female weaknesses Great alterative and body builder sure cure for lame back and weak kid neys Guaranteed by leading dea lers of Wolfe county Curt Pierutt on Friday showed us three oars of white corn raised on Henry Pieratts Madison county farm that weighed live pounds W s uidiit uibttburu them but judge they average about eight inches in length anti the circumference is apparently equal to the length Poe cub would make a capacious pipe and were Mr Pieratt in prox imity to u cobpipe factory ho would have no trouble to dispose ot all he can produce Taken By Mistake yardsMouduy dle pockets bearing stuck yards caect Nu 39 containing Powell county tax books and other official business Finder will be liberally SterlingstockSTOCK YARDS Co The CamptonHazel GreonEee City telephone is now at the Cecil Long Millinery Both phones be ing in the same building and under same management is a great con venience and the patrons will be sure to appreciate it The U D Society Friday night proved to be a perfect success with a program enjoyed by all We hope the U Ds will soon give an other entertainment since they show what girls and boys of our school can do Misses Fannie Osborn and Ma bel Oldfiold of Spencer who were visiting W T Caskey and wife on Thursday last called to see us print the paper but were too late as the press work was done in the morn ing Rickets 0Simply the visible sign that babys tiny bones o 0O0o0g0Exactly what baby needs 0ALLDRUGGISTS i SOc AND 100I0000000000000000000000 ftNr 41 Atc 4 tf The Kind Yon Have Always Bought and which has beea in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of i and has been made under his per sonal supervision since Its Infttncy Allowno one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health off Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Costoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other NarcoUo substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worm and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relievos Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the sleepTheCENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS nBears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THe eOCTMMI COHMHT TT MIIIHAT VTIKCT NCW voa MTV XX J X XJ XJ xy Preserve ttieo uHduUKi QfiQffniM PFP u ulllJoldllbu FdlluD- Vhiln EQrfoo in the enjoyniHia of health stud looking your bust you should have your picture inadn I have the only gallery preparedtiknown to tilt art 111111 in size I pun 1x2 to 5x7 inched Everything I turn out iiy guaranteed in doth material and workman f ship and having rendered satisfaction to all my past patrons f I am confident that I can du BO with al future customers A i trial will convince you hatter than u column of newspaper talk a6rIIIIlIke pictures of Family Groups and Dwellings nnd will answer I gJail I- Mj g S SxS S 3x 8 3 3 SiixiNSxiy xsKxjx t iKjvAA H F PIERATT President E F CECIL VicePresnt MARION KNIGHT CashierJpft S G SAMPLE Attorney Capital gtoch fMjjjt 1500000 Iii liiiL i lii iiitbDIRECTORS E H SMITH H F PIERATT- T M LEE J P ROSE J T WHALEY BEN MURPHY- H E ONEY E F CECIL ii JAMES B ELKItJSzI This Bank solicits the accounts of Merchants Farmers k raders and Business Men generally Molt Liberal Terms within the limits of legitimate banking t MHDNE DOLAR BUYS Tte ollgIaifl People of Keutuokg This popular book which is now in its fourth edition will for a limited time be sold for 100 the copy postage prepaid to any point in the country Press and people are loud in praise of it and patriotism prompts many to buy it Why not you You will want it for your children No better testimony to the worth and success of that most admirable work dcce for mcuntaleboypovetyry the work ot his hands while he was at Hazel ireen Academy Berea and Kentucky Statt tlbookandTwo purposes seem to animate the pages of this book Co describe mountain lift as it actually Is and to correct the wrong impressions of it others have striven tc foist Ittlbutlnttothem Social conditions Feuds Industries Education Polities Religion and the Out look successfully afford Mr Haney subjects for interesting discussion He has known mountain life in its earlier conditions as well as in recent years when conditions have earnesthellthings Mr Ilaney says is that it is not only help from beyond the mountains that Is need ed As hesuggests that If the mountain people who have had the benefit or educetlot will give some of their lives to those tftheir blood whom they understand better than alien teachers could do this will be a decided gain for the mountain communities- Mr Haney writes in a direct style la good english that reilects credit both OK hit own industry and his teachers He is intelligent sympathetic optimistic and Ioya in his considerations of the mountain people He recognizes the need for industrial Ietthehighergy education and religion CourierJournal S 100 Buys It Address THE HERALD postpaid Hazel Green Ky I 4 oi h6 W 1 III U t 717 J O r r c rq r t i THE HERALD I Try the Shoe on the Other Foot I We presume that some people think newspaper men are persist ent dunners Let a farmer place himself inn similar position and see if ho would not do the same Suppose that he raises a thousand bushrtls of corn and his neighhor should come and buy and the price was one dollar or less and I says I will pay the amount in a few dn 6 As the farmer dops Jot want to be small about the matter ht says AH right An other comes the some way and another until the whole thousand r bushels of corn is rusted toII thousand dilTWnnt people and nnII conrnII 3Nrns hinififllf about is t sunlit amount thov oww till fllrnwr and of cnur e tbnt will not help hin nny Ifs dons not rpuliz thit rho farmer has frittered away his entire crop of corn and thnt UP vain is duo in n thousand little driblts nnd thnt hfi is sorionsly smbirrasfied in his business hp cause hill debtors treat it as a littl matter But if all would pay him promptly which they could as well as not it would be a Ilargo sum to the farmer and enable him to carryon his business without difficulty A Card To the Voters of Wolfe County Having beon solicited by Demo crats from the different precincts I of the county to make the race fur Sheriff for the next term I take this method of announcing myself a candidate for said office cubject to the will and action of the Dem ocratic primary to be held some time in 190S This is the first time that I have ever announced as a candidate for any office but ever since I became twentyone years of age have been found in the ranks of the party fighting for the success of the principles of the party which are dear to the heart of every true Democrat And when the nominees have been selpnte l bv the party I have spent both my time and money in securing their I election I auk all voters to con eider my candidacy and if Iem nominated and elected I will de- VoteI my time and attention to the duties of said office and that the duo of said office will ho open during all business hours of the day to transact any business that may come ti said office Slicitingyonr- support and with rest wishes forth Great Common People I re main yours for success ROY SMITH Young man let us give you the benefit ofour observation We have noticed that at least nine tenths of the young men who have been before courts for misdem an- eI e ors are those who take no interest whatever in education seldom Ii read a newspaper and are always ace tdy to make fun of other young men who USG correct language and try to be somebody It comes natural to them to discourage the studious and ambitious young men of their acquaintance Their minds run toward dirty stories midnight I sprees and bad company This in a short time means trouble a sheriffs invitation to attend court and A fine or term in jail A Significant Prayer May the Lord help you make t Buoklens Arnica Salve known tot all writes J G Jenkins of Chapel Hill N C It quicky took the I pain out ota felon for me and Cured it in a wonderfully short 1tllne Best on earth fur sores r burns and wounds 2fio at all the leading dealers in Wmfo county Dr Steve Swango arrived hero Tuesday evening from Shreveport La stayed over night and yester day loft for JacksonI Cl37PORT1l8eu ryeTbs Rhd You Hart MwltS tflt a fiigsatw pIf ccn Rings RoundEyes Among those who attended tho county court at Campton Monday and incidentally tho speaking from here we note R J McLin and C F Knsh The former sold a hit boundaryof timber ns specin commissioner and Doc probti lilyfront or ti hour some good Denneraticloctrillt x pullcl11 i11 Mr StevMison niiil other eloqueir speakers Appendiciti- sI due in n large niMit + Irs to ihns of tho howl hy Ithpliying drill tic purgntivHH To iivnH nil dan gr use iinly Dr Kings New Life Pilll the safe genus cleansers and invigorators Guiinintecd to curt headache biliousness malaria and jaundice 25at allI leading dealers in Wolfe county TtikeTliH HIrllhlly 75n year IICUMES wc v tRHEUMATISM JPG3BABO SCIATIC- AORALGIA and IDNEY TROUBLE- oli ulien tnterntllr Clsseekliwhl- ehr Hi polconous matter Rt the direct causes ot tbeee diseases U KS A vinled externally Ik affords almost In 3 By B HantraIettrompslnwhilespermanento Pp UooJ ilissolfinir tbe poisonous sub in ikiccxs and removing It trom tbe system M n9DBLAND-r tof writNl IrliIlrAtenarotterorLotsnumbtrotreers I Io Idfled all tbrmedthiooad-at rsr tram m1AleI warty and alto eoavaltd i wabanumberartbbwtphlolaa tloaD4 norhlr tbt gt the relief oaod from fpneorlbeItIQmyJiCICUeefj SFREEp1ifd Mtiurltlv Uklney Trouble or snr kIn VI vrrt dlncrfe write tons for trial bottla- ot DROPS sod test It lounelt f HROPS can be used any length or habitJI nerullentaZtrt 50DnOPII at DMU 12ao rrsalebtrhaileta- r ft BKEJHATIB CURE COMPAIY dept tlo ISO Ike uwtoug I ft lIrJ E T KOBE K G SAMPLE 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 ReLitigationOfficest Farmers old Trad ra Ban- kKILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR COUCH8PRICEt Fted AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES i 011ABANTEEDSATIBPA OB1- ORI YONET BZUUNDED The ilk peculiar to women take different forms Some ladles suffer every month from dark rings round their eyes blotches on their skin and tired feeling Others suffer agonies of pain that WOrds can hardly express Whatever the symptoms remember there is one medicine that will go beyond mere symptoms and act on the cause of their troubles tho weakened womanly organs Wine of CarduiMrs M C Austin of Memphis Tenn writes For five 5 years I suffered with every symptom of female disease but after using the wellknown Cardui Home Treatment I was entirely well Write today forafree copy ofvduibie64tugedlostntedBook forwanen If you need Med WRITE US A LETTER tIIvdopeA4dtess Buggies I Bunies Till citizt n ol 1Iz1l UrfMi HIcI tins vicinity err herewith inlimniil that they eau iio v huy lirHtcla hUIlit at home I Hm prrpnrd tll fnriMi tile btct made and at rwiHomiblp prices I dutit lian tilt anything but firstclass buggies and thlC who want cheap cluplrapx will have to KO clllw lro- IEirRemmher if you want a FIRST LASS BUGGY one that will give satisfaction in comfort and wear I can supply you Call alld see me at my shop in Hazel Green Respectfully JOHN H ROSE I Fruit fOrnamental Trees Shrubs Grape VinesI Asparagus Ev e r y thing for Orchard Lawn and Garden We employ no agents Catalogue on Appli cation- H F HILLENMEYER S SONS LEXINGTON KY nbUNDERTAKERHAZEL I have several fine Collins in mv shop and am prepared to make any style to order and on the most reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse and will attend all burials when 10 requested Puhlic patronage is respectfully soliciteH 25tf GEO RICE BEN MURPHY DEALER IN GENERAL STORES NEOLA KY Offers the citizens In and around Hell chawa the brut line nf goods ever seen in this section at the price A big round dollar spent with him will bring you more in return than it would anywhere Country produce and railroad ties taken In exchange for goods and your patron age la respectfully Solicited Until you huy front him you will never know bow much you can save MAGAZINEREADERS 8UW8KT MAGAZINE illustrated good tloriet 50udall the Far WetayesCAMERA CRAFT devoted each month to the at tithe reproduction of the best 8100 work olamatcurud proreuioAaIa year pbotogriphcri ROAD 07 A THOUBAHP WOHDMS a book of 75 pages containing 075pICturesquesad Oregon Total 325 All for 150 Addict all orders to SUNSET MAGAZINE Flod BiuUiog So Ftandteo Haze Green Academy Fall Term Opens Sept 10 1907 Indications now foretell the largest attendance in the history of the school for tho Fall Term The COURSES OF STUDY have been 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