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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fI JJIt e r T terF = irf Y r P IIQII 7 0P ii mViTqtc tp r i I N K THE HAZEL GREEN HERALDJ O = Established March 41885 Made Famous In the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell O fttyENTYTIIIRD YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 5 1907 NUMBER 17 sr YeargwoerLi Jngton and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect Nov 18 190 WEST BOUND No1 i an 121 NO s tTATtONS DillalldDallyiex fD I Sunday AirI11r I I Air 6 10 a 01 JteUson I 0 2 20 p 6 It ull I OfC Junction 2 T pn 7 07 I 4 20 pm 7 30 4mI40 Tnrrel1t140 341pm 7 45 i JuntnII 3 65 pm 7 E3 0IHI Campton 3 1W pw 8 t5 DOl S7 tanton 5i 4 20 pm 8 n 11 u 111NCla CltHl o1tfi Jim 9 00 im 70 LEJnncn 70 f 07 pin 9 12 m 90 Winchester 90 fi 20 nil 9 55 t 10 II Telollton PI r n5 Et AST ROUND Daily SundaY inIn m n STATIONS I INo Dnll 4 PM TveAM 1 2 25 pn 0 Lexintrtnn 0 7 3h a 3 10 oil M Winchester 20 8 13 HID 3 25 pin LAEJunctioD 8 26 pm 4 00 om 40 Clay City 40 9 02 BD 4 10 nn HM8tanton 144 9 10 BIT 4 40 pm Campion J1 38 pm 4 45 pm 17 Nat JantoII 9 43 0 4 67 OD 62 9 56 nm 5 18 DTI 70 17 aw 6 10 pm 90 OKJuucnlI90111 16 nIT 6 15 pm 94 20 sir tOWNFMTIONa TJ E JUNCTION Trains NOB 12 and 3 will make connection with the C 0 Ry for Mr Sterling CAMPTON JrxCTlOM Trslni Nos 1 3 and 4 ftonnirt with the Mountain Central Rv fnr Pine Rldrn and C mptnn nEATTYVLLtt JUNLTIOHTrnlnll Nns 2 and 4 will mijke connctlon at Bcnttvvillp with the rand it Railway for pitssenxerr to andI from Heiftvvillf O K U rtnNTratna Vm 8 and 4 Connect with the O K Railway for locall I stations on the 0 K Railway W A McDOWKU General Minneei N 4N41OTT HAil Pas LQenr s q O4IO KENTUCKY RAILVMI TIME TABLE MAY 21 1006 WEST liOIINI Noa i 1 Daily ez STATIONS 1I 1I1Jt1Sunray 1 PM ABU 0 27 PM 1 nil 5 tO j Cannel Pity 22 IS 35 t 5s 11 Uelochima 20 12 19 J 45 13 Lee City 11 12 13 4 05 40 Hampton 11 11 fit S 52 l2 WilliurBt 0 11 44 3 10 27 O fcK Junrtiou 0 11j3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST HOUND I No34 Nu22l lIoIIYISIDIyI y AM 1VE P M Lvu 7 to 27 Carocl City 0 1 00 7 33 21 HeleoJiawa 0 I 117I7 45 19 Leo City 11 1 8 24 13 HanJplouM 13 1 44 8 37 10 Wilburst 20 1 lit 025 I OiK Junction 22 225 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 3D Nos 21 and 22 will make close connoctini at O K Junction with Snt 3 and oj for polpta nn Mm Lexington and Eastern Knli way M LCONIEY SuperintendentI Mountain Central airoa No 1 No 2JJ DEPART AltlUVU 6 00 a in Campton 11 HO a in 200 p m Cumptou G00pm I No2 No1 ARRIVE vsr 780 amCampn June JO 05 at-y i 300 pmCaupn nno 4 10 pin The Mountain Control mak esTconnoution with all Lt4 E pas J senger traiu- eDR C II WILLIUISIj I 1J J PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON j1HAZFfJ GREEN KYs1y Offer lug profestionalaervices to the ci Li COUDIIItryI I j 1Office residence adjoining Hazel urecn Blink KENTUCKY KERNELS 0 In a railroad wreck near Iincvillc lnat Friday Mrs Jump+ MHIer of Lex ington was killed inaiiiiitly goyinJr and wounding William Brown at umber camp 6Charlls Tuney the three ycnr old snn of County udge Tnrscy of Morrheitd was kicked rn thi forlipiil liy it liorse recently and bad his skull cruvhrd While hunting Saturday A 11 KvaiiR of Ornnt countyvua nc cidenliillv shot in the face liy a hay One of the shot barely usie eithl lef cycn John 0 and James ElIn two of Lincoln countys most jirominent ciiiI zeni died trilhin two dAtsuf each oilier hem heart trouble They zero twin brothers After deliberating less than nor hour the jury in thte case nl U 1 Fiiltuti French complicityInJ I a verdict of acquittal Abet being on a strike for twelve days the Louisville street railway em ployea will be taken back on their nier tin an places can be fund for then but paynI Congrreeman Ollie M lames of Ie tucky will introduce a bill in the N lioimt House if Representatives looking to the restoration of the motto In Godj We Trust on the coin of the realm 07The Hank of Morehead at Morehead which wax recently closed by tinier of i Attorney General X B Hays hall bein put into the hands of a receiver Jiinien Clay an attorney of Morched was ap pointed receiver The Winchester Ldgo of Elks ltel their animal memorial cervices at Ihl 2rapers house in thllt city Sunday after hxin Hon N m Rogers Clay of Lex ineton delivered the nddrew A large crowd was present and much interest w manifeKteJ in ihe exercUeii Mills Lizzip Thomai died at George town last ridgy night after an lilies l dllUllhltrfpdulItCIIInnected with Ge ruetown odle e She eras a nitco of J C Hfckonridge JuHpe Joseph I Liindec 71 year nlI Age difif ullllay morning in Hopkins 1llJdyIlItVtr AppratIIei i ton an invalid for several nmntlis The iiiiiuguriition ceremonies of Guy willIHurpaB anything heretofore held iin sniiturdisplaywill have bl IIEoffice C 0 McClmril chairman of the Keni rocky railroad commission who was de i i fAIlinny ft1 Ueoliham ax special attorney f the stato tn projeeuto the rule cases Iii iN pending against all the railroads in the state A big land deal was closed lust Satur day in Ilarbourville whereby Col John E Golden a noted capitalist trantfi rrcid 10 J J Hoblitzell of Meyersdale PH l IyInltl n cnuntlIbndfurNear Hopkinsville Saturday nijbr IImd11I8tllllly ofPIwellacclrJllItalltiredHumiibrey intentionsPowellf Prompt action on the part of Judce 211aytirlprevonA d SamOlos8ar 1 illgviiItojail111rateAt the mining town of the Matthews lIburyJatleputitberifharl y ofbrother a iratetareduegrrTlutttuk a re f negro iuxd The negro to iu custody vrnysfven tfit + fur back taxes on ItUFtlYfttei I HardJHty1IdIl01 t1TheI Leingtoi1aA of I tham pronlnent professionaland bnii Hess mQh The projiJrty involved iil I aid toLa9o been omitted rant the tax lists and icpnswts for the jnost part of ige Aacouut6 and hoods Ibe periodOffjY81ear I r i CAMPTON CURRENCY p A considarnhlo crowd WitS in at tmulnnco at county court yester day Winchesterii over night Miss Milho Center of has hen vi tiling in town fur th post foes days MutdiaonlookingfE n LIha fiitirtMiiinMil given by the sttidtiits of K 111 wan well ut ton od mid eniiiytd hy all Polite Judtn A D Lykins willj hold his regular niniithlv turm u court Thursday till 5th inst fun woll driNod in hy Spencer kfe Marshall on thu Henry Horton form on Davit croek last week came in dry J C Lindon J M Ely Sam Huddix and Logan Lindon all of Gillmore wore attending County court yesterday WolfaQurterly court hogins today Somej very important cases are on the docket for trial at this term nightfromI l county whore ho had been birdjI hunting during tho past week hidB work as assessor of Campton W B Duff ROHCB Catrnn and Isaac Miller aro supervisors for the town Iean iRltinghisRuse frm Friday till Saturda Missus Saili and Miunia Hurst and Messrs B T Rom A It Mar shall and Tom Wilsonj epnnt Thankfgivini in Ixisicton lId witiiesned tiles fiKitlinll name be tWfon State Colicgft and C U Postma t r S E liuehof lIuz I Grown uccoinpiuiiHd by his wi- i mid littln daughter LucillI uaa visiting relatives in Campion Sun day and Mondny iinr looking oft o seme business in County court The track of tho Mountain Cin di exteulleithus extonding the tin and ship ping yard which had become too narrow for tho increased shipments Dec 3 S S iDAYSBORO DOINGS u Joe Gevedon was in town Satur urday on busings visitinghomo Dave Cox of Dernuml passed through Care Monday on route t Hazel Greon Messrs Robeon and Stambow hold nioetirgs at this place Sun iday and Sunday night stillvthu hospital in Lexington but due not seom to bo improving Miles Henrv Nickel of Cannelj Cfty paaaod through hors Suudu on routs to Hazel Green Misses Bessie Hollon and Mollio Onoy of Hazel Green wero quests of S C Alexander Monday G C Sebastian who is toachin school at Salyoraville was tho guest of home folks Saturday ura Sunday The pleasant smile of W A Cat dill of Cannel City was soon at the home of J II Sebastian Sunday What Is tho attraction Mr Cnudill Doc 2 UROVNIK IS9Tt5 Good Advice O StWoolover ono of the baIt known marohants of Lo Raysvillo NYsays If you are ever troubled with pilds apply Bucklous tiica Salve It cured tile of thorn for good 20 yoars ago Cures ov ery sore wound or abrasion 5t at all loading dealers b I ILEE CITY o LOCALS Chpstpr neon of John Morn yon is quit sick Tho infant child of Mrs K M Rose has been quite sick flyingtrip1 Fridaya uI sovoro illness of several days Mieni May Rose ono of Mizos nhallos retunod homo Sunday I Saturdayfromiinpton South Arnett and wifo are visit ing their Gather Charles Arnett fat Sal Lick Cngir Center Belknap ono of our onturprising mHrchanta wett tn Georgetown Friday on busi ness John V Gordon happened to aI accident by falling 011 a saw last I wenk whilo ho was operating a sawmill on Green Brier I Among the coon hunters Those Smith and Harris Banks broke the record Thursday night having caught four up ono true Thomas Smith has moved his stock of goods from Trout to Lee ICity and it is reported that hejj sold out to G C AlfeuIj I Dr J H Dunn reports the foU lamina hirthq To the wife of El isha Burk an 8fi boy to the wifof J W Dyer a 10lb girl The death of Farmer May is re Rrottod very much by the entire neighborhood and relatives who knew him He was a man much Satury stay morning of typhoid foyer He laaves a wife and BIVHI children lodgfNoattended the burial Sunday Doc 2 PnNcir LACONICSfoIJ Arthur Rush mado a flying trip to Lou City Nov l0ura busings rV W Swungo of Neola visited the family of ETI Ka h lust neck W H Taylor is nmviig to his 1nvls farm lately purchased of Inylor Hutton Mrs Muggio Dean is this Lysol visiting her lothand other rula- tivoa ut Jackson Wm Adams vho has boon visiting around Hazol Groun for somo time has returned homo PryorBrunchtho farm of N L Combs lust week funto ily from tho Buchanan fork ol Stillwater to Gillmort1 where he has his sawmill Henry Hounscholl and Vieof visitings uudIGeorgt King this week Misa Caroline Taylor who is thisyonly two WUOts to roach She is contemplating going toHazolGreon to school tho coming winter Arthur Kash and Isaac Adams andgthey hunting expedition They dreport 01 rabbits and four birds I W Combs having completed his nuts dwelling moved into it on tho 2Sth and to colobruto tho oc c flion gavo to the young folks a candy social which proved lo bean onjoyablotime Married Nov 20 Cap Hurst of Frizen liroatlntb county and Miss Mary Swango daughter of J M Swuugo ui this plato Mny they bo the recipients of blessings for they UfO it d mnnyII couplo Doc 2 Aux I I Subscribe for THE HBUALU i R EThiLUI SJGCHTFkl baII RE6RALBIA nihKUn EY TROBBLSt- ytUi tak iucrnaUT BidslUc W ci of too 4 Iisons uatvatccrand tirte wbioj are toe direct orisca of tliesc dlw c Aillau Jorally It aCorJs almost IK sauiliftiiioalJ ntiilca erraac r care te ue oiTecied b3 PUtltrinc the i bUud dbssciviui the Oisonois rub j i atccea td remavtc it troa tile iyattui- II DR 3 D BLAND Of BnWtco OI wtllctl t Ltd bnnltrr rDCIIJIerr 1 xltu L iuU4i t A tiuutimtkitEi tn m i trs Jud lerent aI adlt tbi ro6cta tttt coat- irtbcr from rnolti waltu w JwrtocwltO- 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SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Dec 5 1907 ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK I tUrrWe nro authorized to announce 8 TUTT as a candidato for the office of County Court Clerk of Wolf county subject to the action of tile Dem ocratic party FOR SHERIFF are authorized to announce MWoI HMITII as a candidate for the office of SnarifT of Wolfe county oabject to the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER to nnnounc DYERWearosuthoriretl for the office of Jailer of Wolfe Countyiub sect to the action of the Democratic party Green Lacy Gone For a few weeks past a rumor has been current that Green Lacy a deputy under Sheriff Milt Pier att hud lit out with a considerable sum of money and a woman but TilE HERALD refrained from saying anything about it until now when we find the following in the Lexington Herald of Sunday cor roborating the rumor It was reported late last night that Green Lacy who hits noted in the ciipiuity of deputy Bhnriii in Morgan county had collectd an lunuiiiit hour 1800 and is missing Former Deputy Lucy flit his worn of tux collection faithfully enough until it came time to turn in the proceeds when it was found that ho was missing Vost Liberty is the county seat of Morgan county where Deputy La CV was supposed to report He did not show up ut the date re quested and a search is being made for him throughout the country His Heel Cut Off While otfbeuring lumber at the John 11 Ruse sawmill on Lacy crook Friday last Edward Wolls had his right foot caught under a block The saw was making 2000 revolutions per minute and cut away the entire flesh part of the heel and a small portion of the astralagus or heel hone up tbe tondo uchilia and gartrotuomina muscles making a very ugly and painful wound which will be slow to heal1 and fill up the deep indention But when he recovers he will have us good use of the foal as ever owing to the skillful treat mont of Orn Williams and Nick ell who dressed the wound the day of the accident and have since attended him Moved to Ohio John Schulor and wife who loft hero some ten days since for their new haute near Milford 0 were residents of our town for several years and all who became acquain ted with them were loth to BHO thorn leave Tho locality in Ulld about Milford will bo enhanced by their entrance into the neighbor hood while Hazel Green will feel that there is a void is the concen sus of opinion with those to whcm we bavo talked Especially is this so of Mr Schulor us he was the bettor known among tho masses nnd all wish thorn peace and plen ty in their now neighborhood Prof Cord Called Friends of Prof Cord for soy eral years a citizen of this town and principal of Hazel Green Ac ademy will be glad to hear that he ia still in the Lrda vineyard The Mt Sterling correspondent of tho Lexington Herald of Sunday says Tho congregation of Somerset church in this county has tailed Rov W H Cord of this city to the pastorato of that church and Rev Cord has accepted tho call Rov Cord is an able preacher and ho will hold services every Sunday at Somerset during the t year tI iIiw iM Ii Pnbllc Education Public education is the most im portant topic of these times Men have been giving their attention to politics but tho election is now overThere is nU thor campaign Lich should never end and which has afar more important purpose It iis the campaign of education the or ganized effort promoted by the loading women of our state to se euro to every child the Godgivei right of education Tho dosire to know belongs to tho human mind and it is only necessary to give this desire a chanco und every community will steadily grow in general iuteligencn Our generation will surpass the preceding one both in knowledge and in power To this ond our schdols must be taught by the best teachers not those who are left over and can find nothing else to do but by those who love to teach and are prepared for it In the days of Queen Elizabeth Roger Ascam wrote that many u father who owned a fine horse in which he took great pride was al so the possessor of a son who was a steady grief and said this wise old English teacher there is little wonder for they are at infinite pains to provide a suitable trainer for the horse but are usually sat isfied that one far lees competent should carry on the training of their sons They reap the reward of their folly i horses of which they may be proud and which bring thorn honor and eons of whom they are ashamed and which bring them disgrace There are still men who give more time and thought to the train ing of their horses than to the edu cation of their children and who lire willing to spend dollars for the tore to pennies for the child But this painful luck of right relation in things is nut general and the public thought and tho public con science is Steadily coming to u greater appreciation of the uses and valtio of education Education means much to our community but for some commu nities i is the very brtath of life and the moment they begin to fail in their duty to this sacred enlist thfv entwr the way of dettth Tut most abundant life is that which jonifs to men who devote them iphfH to the highest things and rnpare themselves fully for the work to which they are called Education is often the magic word which unfold to a youth the vi sion of his life and gives him the model and the perseverance to make a reality of his high vision The common school is the channel through which this course of blessing finds its way Every patriot and every friend of hid kind must rejoice in its advancement GEO A HUDBELL Professor of Sociology and Eco nomics in Kentucky University Badly Mixed Up Abraham Brown of Winterton JY had a very remarkable oxpe ionce he says Doctors got had I y mixed up over me j one said heart disease i two said hilney rouble i the fourth blood poison and the fifth stomach and liver trouble i so my wife advised trying restorIilgme more good than all the five doctors prescribed Guaranteed to cure blood poison weakness and all stomach liver and kidney complaints bv all leading dealers 50p Physically Well Preserved Mrs Nancy Elam the widow of Joshua Elam of the Johnson fork of Licking ia visiting her grand sons S H Elam of Grassy and W R Taulbee of near town Shn remarkablyIwell preserved both physically and mentally She gets about as spry as a woman of 40 can thread a needle and rend without glasses and says she feels as well as when- a girl of sweet 10 And it is safe to say she has lived a regular life never sitting up nights to read trashy novels nor indulge in mid light suppers She has 558 grandchildren and 70 great grandchild rou May she live to be 100 NOTICE On account of inauguration of Gov Vjllson at Frankfort Ky December 1 tbe Ohio and Kentucky Railway Co will sell round trip tickets from all stations to Lexington and return at rate of one fare plus 260 or from Cannel City and Return 380 Helechawa and Return 360 M L CONIEY Gen Man r- jJ WI Ji Iathebrt AND CHILDRENS CLOAKS in great variety and uptodate in style are selling here AT COST f to close them out If you need a wrap NOW is the time to get it Theyll not stay in our house long i80COME A JUMPIN1 IF YOU WANT IN JOHN M ROSE SONS Cnrei llluod Skin Dlieiseii Cancer Grenteitt Illnod Purifier Freni If your blood Is impure tilt diseased hot nr tullf humors itjtm hiive blood poison initievr lirlmneles eartog Mires icrnlnla eczema itching risings and bumps scabby nuily skin bone pains catarrh rheumHlimii tir nay blond r skit disease take Mutant lilooil Maim U II It Soon al sores heal aches uud pallia stop und the I blood IIN niiiiif pure and rich Druggists nr I tiy express 1 per large bottle Sample free by writing Blued Balm Co Atluiita lis II II It U e peclatly iidvltied for chronic deepseated cases as It cures after ull else fails Hows This 11a offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that yoiuuit iH curd by Hulls Cu tarrh Cure FJ CHENEY Co Props Toledo O WH the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the lust 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm WALDING KINNAN MARVIN Whulosalo Druggists Toledo O Hulls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system THStitnunials sent free Price 75 emits per bottle Sold by all druggists Tuke Halls Family Pills forcon stiimtinti Nervous or Sick Headache will yield quickly to the Influence of Dr Miles AntiPain Plus 25 doses 25 cents Thousands Hae Sidney Trouble and Dont Know it IBowTo Find out common glass with your Water and let It stand twentyfour hours a sediment or sete tllnjf Indicates an- unhealthyhecondt o y neys If It stains your linen It Is I evidence of kid ney trouble too frequent desire to pass It or pain in the back Is also convincing proof that the kidneys and blad der areout of order What to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so SwampRootwish In curing rheumatism pain in the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects Inability passingitwine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extra effect of SwampRoot Is soon realize Itstands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists in SOc andl sizes I thtaIand a boo that tells more about It both sent absolutely free by mail N address Dr Kilmer tt Eton of SwnpBaot Co Binghamton N Y When writing mea lion reading this generous offer in this paper Jo= make any mistake but remember ti ssme Swamp Root Dr Kilmer BingttamtonH l L 1 M I I II i F PI3RATT President EF CECIL VicePresnt KNIGar caShi S G SAMPLE Attorney lB rjjaJdal tacit 7M 1500000 II I1ii a3tbDIHEC3TOKS E H SMITH H F PIERATT M LEE J P NOSE T WHALEY BEN MURPHY E ONEY E F CECIL s1iT JAMES B ELKIUS II I Rank solicits the accounts of Merchants Farmers and Business Men generally Most Liberal within the limits of lecltimttte banking 6w Ladies Dress Goods In Fancy and Fashionable Patterns Hamburg Laces as tine as looms can wake i GENTS FURNISHING uOODS in eluding ties shirts collars suspenders etc Prints of the latest design and Domestics bleached and unbleached j a hue of Rugs including Brussells and ingrain weaves Oils Paints Drugs Glass Putty Stoves Tinware Crockery o CLOTHING SHOES HATS CAPS in udless variety and great quantity so low in pricA you willItbe o und to buy Did wo hear somebody say GROCERIES Well weve got emand canned goods of every kindricots Peaches Peas Tomatoes Corn Sweet Taters and But pshaw I Come and see Respectfully KASH SAMPLE 1 ArA FA INSTRUCTIVEINTERESTING Correct English How to Use It A Monthly Mtguloe Devoted to the Use of English JOSEPHINE TURCK BAKER EDITOR PARTIAL CONTKtiTH Course In Grammar How to Increase Ones Vocabulary The Art of Convtr II lon Shall and Will Should and Would How to Use Them- Pronunciations Century Dictionary Correct English In the Howe Correct English iu the School What to Say and What Not to Say Course in Letter Writing and Punctuation Twenty Daily Drills Runlueii J fur the Business Man Compound Words How to Write Them Studies In English Literature AGENTS WANTED 100 n Year Send lOo for Sample Copy CORRECT ENGLISH EVANOTOM ILL KILLTHE COUCH ANO CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery fOR C8 Brs Rarfn ALL IOTUDItIC TJCVC- IIIGVBAJrrDD SATIBB zuDSD to 1 rills rv I lItiIwM1 I FARM FOR SALE 4 Until sold I offer at private contract my farm situated on the Judy and Mt sterling turnpike 10 miles frum latter place amid 5 miles from Judy Ou the place ia an 8 room dwelling big ball out buildings all iugood shape tobacco barn amid an extra good stock barn orchard with fruits ot all kind There are 76 acres the majority in blue graaa TwoIgood cisterns one at the house and one atii barn with plenty running water Call and see place or write to- E T TAULBKE Route 3 Mu Sterling Ky t i i Tile 1 WIIlonBstOI Bankii WlNUHEtiTKU KY tt- N H WITIIERSPOON President Paid Up Capital 10000000 Undivided IroflU t 11000000 Handsome Deposit of g over i i t 810000000IThis bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and bus i iness men generally throughout East s i ern Kentucky and offers 1U custom f era every faculty and the most liberal tegltlmutebaakIo I MIoIioL s I A W JItf flI 7 0 Fr T o C 1 0 0 l 0 III 0 3 It The Family Physician The best medicines in the j world cannot take the place of the family physician Consult him early when taken ill If the trouble is with your throat bronchial tubes or lungs ask him about taking Ayers Cherry Pectoral Then take it or not as he says Wt pmblltb our formal bnth mlcohol 14 our mdloln gershem arts jrourdoctor you to Bilious attacks sickheadaches indiges tion constipation dizzy spellsthese are some of the results of an inactive liver Ask your doctor if he endorses Ayers Pills in these cases The dote ia small one pill at bedtime jc dbjrUitJajLjr rCo Lowtil Kui 0 THE HERALD WantedA dreisod hog about 160 lbs net Apply at this office 4l wri toss Bttntb The Klad Yon Han AI Beujt- Blgactn of Willie Wheeler of Lexington was visiting his father Bud family a few days last ivtwk h Do not forget that you can get THE HERALD and the American Farmer both OIIH ynr for toff Cd fTORIBoors theThe Kind You Hate Always Bought BIgnatw et The Ladies Aid society and Cem etery assncintiiin INK at th reRii dence of Mrs F N Day Tuesday Old Ulan John Haltin died at the rosidencH of his Bundnlaw Green Brewer on Stillwutnr Dec 1 aged about 77 years CASXOElABears theThe Klad You Hate Uwafs Bought Jpature lit I Anyone wishing to buy a good 200 razor can get one at 100 BH long as they last by applying at this office tf G S Sandifer assistant to John H Rose the repair blacksmith left Saturday to spend a few days with his daughter at LexingtonI Mrs Lou Day and her granddaughter Miss Nellie Evans are visiting in Jackson this week hav ing left for that place Monday Robert Cecil avid wife moved Tuesday to the property they re cently purchased from Mrs Co oils father F M Long located in Charlottsville Tom Lee and Curtis Pieratt last week received seven bronze tur keys from H F Pieratt of Madison county the first named taking four and the latter three The Winchester Democrat of Tuesday announces that Rev H J Derthiok principal of Hazel Green Academy will preach at the Chris tian church in that city Sunday The ice cream supper last week together with the sales at the ba zaar netted the sum of 08 which will be divided between the three k churches and tho cemetery nasoci tion John M Rose Sons are wrest ling with a groundhog case and to beat it they have out prices all to smithereens Gents heavy under wear 80f a garment and on other goods a like reduction i Mrs George Wheeler who has been visiting relatives in and about Stamping Ground since the mid i die of September when she was called to that place to attend the burial of her father came home Saturday i The Mt Sterling correspondent of the Lexington Sunday Herald states that Judo John E Cooper who formerly presided ns Circuit judge in this district us it was thou constituted and who has a host of frimids hen liouts is quite ill at Hot Springs Ark nnd that his son Clay Cooper had gone to his llcUide J neigH Conpnr has been in declining health for sever al yearn putt but hUH been able to got about and his friends hopo that he may again rully We last weak noted th fact that MifH Florettti Houth hadl resigned liar partition us mimic teacher at thH academy to lhn regret of ev erybody But the patrons and I iriHiila of the sell will he pleas ed to learn I hut Miss Sallie Hord Iurnierly the music teacher here has Hgtim been called to the position Howovor as we understand she will not arrive until after the holidays Until January 1 1908 we will receive renewals and new t subscribers at 15ff for twelve- monthsI but from that date the price will lie 100 a year Paper is so high we are forced to raise the prices and ALL WHO ARP BEHIND on sub Hcnptio8 MUST PAY UP or they will have t i settles with the newspaper collecting1 i agency which is in no wise imwymoutheil uiumt dunI ning A A y ting cnitple giving the mime of Henry Hrwmt suit wife reuis tfixl at th Day HuUff luIIIY night and fro in their IIIIIIIIHi it is thntitilit they hud IlnpHil They ciaiiiiHil to come from luckmin rut when culled upon to register the y ung man mud Put HIM down Itroth Owhley county Thev w requite young nnd the Ilady both pi tite old pretty Floyd M Ru e of Ezel was here Stiidiiy aud left the Jcopy fur us to print him uome hills from which it learned that he is selling goods in many instances at a dis count of 50 In the bill he gives prices and it will py all interested to get a hill and read or hotter still give him a call and see the goi du with the prices Dr G M Center left Monday for Louisville where he will take a post graduate course in medicine at the Louisville Hosp iita I land Schoolof Medicine He will be gone two months perhaps and meantime his partner Dr Taylor Center will care for his patients It was rmored Tuesday that Will Tom Wheatley was at the court house in Campton on Mon day and that he received license to marry Miss Alice Hurt The wedding probably took place Tues day or Wednesday 1 1ThisJ Means You All persons knowing themselves I indebted to Drs Center Center for medical services must come in and settle their account at once It takes mousy to run our busi ness and we cant run without it i Please dont overlook this matter or you will have to settle with a collectorThanking you fur past favors we remain respectfully yours Das CENTER CENTER A Real Wonderland South Dakota with its rich sil ver mines bonanza farms wide ranges and strange natural forma tions is a veritable wonderland At Mouud City in the home of Mrs E D Clapp a wondertul ase of healing has lately occured Her sots seemed near death with lung and throat trouble Exhausting coughing spells occurred every five minutes writes Mrs Clappwhen- I began giving Dr Kings Now Dis covery the great medicine that saved his life and completely cured him Guaranteed for coughs aud colds throat and lung troubles by all leading dealers bOj and 100 Trial bottle free Several times THE HERALD has noted the ravages of nomadic ro dents about town but never before was it called upon to chronicle a case like one that happened Tues day night when they killed a calf and ate away all the lower lip and jaw The calf was the property of C F Kush was bore Sunday night and was au Alderney Closing out Sale From now until Jan 1 1908 we will sell you goods cheaper than ever tielore us the firm of J M Rose Suns will then bo dissolved GUilds will be Hold regardless of profit and all persons owing the above named firm trust makes ar rangements to settle tliMir accounts IB they will have 10 ito Buttled on 01 before that tune U tlpctl ally J M Rose SONS Elder D G Combs held a meting at Tunis branch in Menifee county last week where he organ ized u Sunday school had 17 add i tions to the church told got the congregation to promise to build a new house of worship A Dangerous Deadlock that sometimes terminates fatally is the stoppage of liver and bowel functions To quickly cud this condition withoutdisagreeable sen sations Dr Kings New Life Pills should always be your remedy Guaranteed absolotelysatisfaotory in every case or money back at leading dealers 25p- NOTICE The stockholders of the Hazel Graen Bank will meet in the office of said bank on Saturday December 21 1907 for the purpose of electing officers for the year 1908 H F PIERATT Dec 3 1907 President CASTORIAI For Infants and Ch1ldreDI The Kind You Have Always 8o gtilt Bears the- Rigaature of ZrG IiY 100000000000 A Boston cioolloy was taI I sicklyI were soft and flabby He didnt have a strong muscle in his entire body The physician who hadattended the family for thirty years prescribedtl0Scotts malsDnSNOW 0To feel that boys atm yeW 6 would think he was apprenticed to a blacksmithALL SOS AND too r- pis 43 bIIIIrro w L1iff1The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has boon in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of A and has been made under his per sonnl supervision since Its Infancy Allow no one to deceive you In this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that triflo with and endanger tho health of Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Cnstoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago Is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep Tho Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA AIWA Boars the Signature ofJA The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TNt CINTOua OOHMNT TT MUKKAT TUCCT NOW TOIM ont A NEW MILLiNERYAti DRESS MAKING ESTABLISHMENT JIllsses Haucy M3JI81iPg11 Tronl- OVEI KASHcot SAb1P1F HAZEL GREEN KY Misses MAPEL TROY Announce to the lathes of Hazel Green and the surrounding coun try that they have just opened an uptodate Millinery and Dress- Making Establishment Our lute of hats are the must artistically trimmed ever seen in Hazel Grueu many of them beiiig pattern hate and as they were selected by au expert milliner they are sure to please the most fastidious in taste In addition to the millinery busiiifsa which includes all the lat est trimmings we have a Dress Making Department complete with charts otc ready to cut and make Ladies and Childrens Shirt Waists Sacks and indeed all kinds of sewing We are located over Kash Samples store and we assu e you that all our goods aro Brutclam und prices as low us anywhere Call and see the stock for yourself Soliciting your patronage we remain Yours Respectfully MAPEL TROY 4ONE DOLLAR BUYS Tne mountain People of KentUGkgH This popular book which is now in its fourth edition will for a limited time be sold toi f100 the copy postage prepaid to any point in tho 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 sad nucceja cf that most admirable work dons far the Kentucky mountaineers may he found than this book by Win 11 Haney a mountain boy Mr years old he was born In Morgan County and U au excellent ex ample of null reliance typlnl ot his sturdy race He has conquered difficultly of paver ty and other hampering circumstanced deiruyin the expense of bin own education fy the work ot his hands while he was at llmel Green Academy Iterea and Keutuckv State Colleee Meantime he has purchased a home fur his father and mother hay written this bookand again it may be repeated that be ii only In his tweutytVurth year Two purposes seem to animate the pages of thisl book to describe mountain life as it actually Is aud to correct the wrong imprenlons of it others have strivenI to folfl on the public Mr Iianeygivea au historical nketch of the mountain people attributing to Inherited traits and the Kentucky environment the characteristics that dUtinicuIihed them Social condition Feuds Industries Education Politics Kelson sod the Outlook ucceHfulli afford Mr Maney subjects for tutereeting dlscUBlftn Ha has known mountain life In Its earlier conditions as well as In recent years when conditions have been om what Improved great as is still the need for more Improvement and for earnest htlp from the outside world beyond the mountain Though indeed one of the wisest things Mr Haney says It that it Is not only help from beyond the mountains that Is need cd As hoBUggests that lithe mountain people who have had the benefit of education will Rive some of their lives to those cf their blood whom they undaritand better than alien teachers could do this will be a decided gala for the mountain communities Mr Haney writes in a direct ityle la good english that reflect credit both on bit own Industry and his teachers He is intolllseut ymrathetic optimistic and loyal In his considerations of the mountain people He recogaiwa the need tor Industrial im thehighergy education and religion CourierJournal S 100 Buys It Address THE HERALD postpaid Hazel Green It LI rf w L r j i Tilt FARMER PAYS turIX System Has Increased ills Burden 4iguree That Show Farm Property Pays More Than Its Fair Pro portion of State Revenue Wbcu the last constitutional con cnUoDin Kentucky drew up tire pres not organic law of the state It found txlBtlus throughout the state a Cen Aral reeling of dl satisfaction because through the faulty administration of the old revenue law one exemption titer another had crept In until tho old system was full of Inequalities The convention desired to perfect a lax system which it belle d would secure absolute uniformity In the burden of tallI It therefore Inserted In the cons iullon section 171 which + aye that txus aall bo uniform upon all cicse2s of property within the tor r Iltorlal limits of the authority levying the tax This was done In tho belief that uniform y of method would pro duce u uniformity of result and of bur don It was urged In bfhalf of this proposed section that It was demanded in Justice tr the farmer in order that since his property was of a visible end tangible nature and could not escape assessment all other property should be put In tho same boat No one over disputed that this ought to be done The only dispute was as to whether or not it could be done by this method It was contended that certain classes of property which were of a kind that could be con cealed would escape assessment and taxation if the burden of taxation put upon them was too heavy and that the result ould be that the real es tate and arch visible personal prop arty as the farmers live stock and the merchants goods and the houseII holders furniture would bear due proportion of the burden of rail- Ing the public revenue But the general property tax was Imbedded in our constitution and wa have been trying it harder than wvor for the sixteen years that have elnpred since tho constitution was adopted and it has proved anything brt uniform and has not served to distribute the burden of taxation equally Under this system a great deal of property In our cities escapes ta aton In tplto of tho activity of aud tars agents much of it is not brorght to light The consequence of this IB that an unfair burden uf the support of the state falls upon l ose who own property that can not be hidden away and those people are ch efly the farmers The farrrr pays more tax on por Tonal property in proportion to estate than doos the city man IealII the present sstem In the five ties in the state wblub contain all elites of this first and second tlloII Jefferson Kenton Campbell eto and ip en tae assessed per sonal ty P iO per cent of the total as Betsraent IIn ie rest of the state It Is 14 per cat of the total USS f6melt The five counties named which my bo called urban counties contan SCC2 per ciiit of all the realty in tho state and assess only 31 per cent of all the personalty The amount of money bonds acv counts and similar perronalty us serial by these counties Is less than 7 per cent of their total assessment In the rest of the state the amount of Buch property assscssed Is nearly 11 per cent of the total Manifestly Is true that the man In the countrItII does not find it so easy to conceal personal property and he has not the Incentive furnished by a high tax rate to conceal it In the county of Jefferson contain- Ing the city of Louisville personalty is 225 per cent of the total assoss ment In Kenton county containing the city of Covington personalty is 112 per cent of tho total in Campbell with the city of Newport it Is 16 per cent Fayotte county with Lexington does bettor Its personalty being 1M per cent of the total but it Is well known that the rural portions of Fayette county contain an amount of wealth unusual in any agricultural communityOn hand take the follow ing count i B which are distinctly agricultural and noto how much larger the pornontiifo of personalty than in the strictly urban countlen- Garjard I county 2ii percent I Alien county 26 percent Marlon county 30i rcr cunt Adair county 31 per CElt Knott county 30 per ctMonroe county 30 lieu cent Thrvitfj the ontlrc mutate tu ivlc generally holds and whorl tin tvv trast iii not FO uurkad the exec di i will genuially be found due to urII ually high tlHation of farm Who Pays the lundhII There is 6til another way of use talniiig that the present system do t not make things easier for the farimr 21 for the year 1906 tbe assessment o- tJOe tate divides itself as follows J ou 0 A dadSign J Per Cent Farm lands 43 Farmers personalty live stock implements etc 71 Moneys etc assessed to farmers 26 ToUi for farmers 527 Town lotH 325 Town pcfionaltyI 148 Total town property 472 In arriving at tho percentage of moneys etc set down as give in lIII farmers for taxation only that given In by counties bang no tuwn larger than tho sixth class is included and a small percentage of this character of personalty given In by counties having larger towns and yet distinctly agricultural Tho figures probably are under rather than over the marl Farm property therefore by a con servative estimate pays nearly C3 per tent of the state taxes exclusive of franchise taxes while town property pays only about 47 per cent Of the tnte revenue collected by the sheriffs of the state from assessors lists 433k per cent is paid by farm lands 34 per Gent by town lots about 9rs per cent by money and securities about 7tt 1 per cent by live stock and farmers Implements etc and 6 pr cent by lenltucksystem boars iieavlly upon him t Equivalent to 10 Per Cent Income Tax Tho tax comtnlsieon of the state of California has this to say about tho operation of the general property tax on farmers In that state The taxes paid by farmers In Call form are equivalent to an income tax of 10 per cent This is in contrast to many other Industries for exam ple tho taxes paid by manufacturers which amount only to 2 per cent en Income Thu persons engaged tn agriculture with an average yearly Income of about 500 pay 50 per capita per annum In taxes The per- Sons engaged in manufactures with j in average annual income of i pay J1750 per capita per annum SioJII The California system here dcnounc I I Qd Is the t arne that we have in Ken j I Lucky and from which the legislature can afford us no relief without a sbange of tire constitution i For Sale I 1 offor fur IIIIII HI oicriflco my property in Hnz l Grr fn JOHN W OKAVKN Frnnkiiirt K- yCec11Lo9i11ier I TJHrEt C Tho CecilLong Millianry1 hnvo re enivcd their stock of fall and winter ladies furnishing goods i hate latest creation both trimmed and nntriminnd latest frames and trimmings Also a complete lineI of droa4 goods and trimmings rendvmndG skirts shirt waists silks undorwonr liobiurr gloves und the finost lino of ladies and oliildrenfl cloaks over on display ii IlazelGreenfhe rcqucritod to cuI and yea before buying Our stock comas from the f most firms of Cincinnati and juu aro surotti get tho latest stylos in everything when you buy from us Respectfully CECIL LONG c f Y hoursbaitepecf oftliIII Ifyou suffer in this way get a bottle of Wine of Cardui megalariti 1CaJnMdreul LDdIta Advisory DuI Ibe Ct IlIUOQI Medldce Co ChauanoosaTenn BuggiesI Buggies I Till HtizHiH of HhztlI Green ninl this vicinity tire herewith infiirnicd that they oin eon buy first clas bupgits at home Ilum prrpun d to furnish the brat made and At reiiHonnhlp priccc I dont han die Hn thing but firctcluns buggies and those who want cheap claptrap will have to go eUewherp Remember if you want a FIRST CLASS BUGGY one that will give pal inf action In comfort and wear I can supply you Cull and see me at my shop in Hazfl Green Respectfully fOHN H ROSE Fraiif onwntal TreesS Shrubs Grape Vines Asparagus Ev e r YIi thing for Orchard Lawn and Garden We employ no agents Catalogue on Application II F HILLENMEYER SONS LEXINGTON K- YUNDERTAKER OlBtiu BTCEJ GREEN KYIHAZELtI f havo several fine Coflina in my shop und nm prepared to make nny stylo to ordor and on tho must reasonnlile term I iso hiive A Handsome Hearse 1lldwill attend sill burin I when so requested Puhllie patronage is rcppoRtfully solicited 2fitf GEO RICE BEN MURPHY DEALER IN GENERAL STORES NEOLA KY Oilers the citizens in and around Helc chawa the best line of jrood ever seen in this section at the price A big round dollar spent with him will bring you moro in return than it would anywhere Country produce and railroad tire taken in eschanjjf for hoods and your patronage IH respectfully solicited Until you buy from him you will never linow bow much you cao Have THE MID WINTER TERM hi3li iis tJiu rupa tortn opens JANUARY 21 Do you want to bo a working unit in tho livost most ambitious enthusiastic and professional body of teachers over gathered together for study in Eastern Kentucky If so see your County yupbriu- tondont now about an appointment tr frmi tuit ou if you have not nl- oady I3sea and write to tho res f tho B K S N S for act filing him what studios you c address II N ItO RK 102J RicuiioNb KY 1 ei t Hazel Green Academy Fall Term Opens Sept 10 1907 I IndiciitiniiB nnw furptHI HIM larci Bt ntlMidnncH in the history orII the schtuI fnrtlin1 Full Term The COURSES OF STUDY hnvo i hell revisod BO ns to afford the host adviintnR pnpfiilili fi r vniini men and wi men who desire to hatII ter propiiri thtiiipclven for tPiuhinu or wishi to prcpnro for ths STATE CERTIFICATE the STATE DIPI OMA- Thn ArADKMIOCOUKSE weltI iquijs till student for tho SOPH OMORE YEAR in CnlkgM j The Fncnlty is cln popwi n Eiaht Tesichcrs- Onrnful t iiliiniinn iis given to tilhsshtiidtnt TUITION IS FREE t GENERAL EXPENSES Full Term of 14 wkp 500 Winter 1 Term of 11riNrlN 500 Sprint Tn f 11 wcckn i5 00 Bonn with Hut MM Iillltli 2 00 1r weik- Fnrniheil Ron Frs i Vriti IIIH Cntnlocu M 0 CARTER SecyTreas H J OERTHICK Principal jjII d 3ITQ offE1ar 1 TO ALL OUR SUBSCRIBERS OPWP90o0ooOoo o o aeo + o w of ve a 4vaw Oeoo000000F THE GREAT American Farmer Indianapolis Indiana The Leading Agricultural Journal of the Na tion Edited by an AbL Corps of Writers Ph Ant rinin Fnrni iis this ride Lite ors FII loin mil published It fills a pniium of nn mvii und hn tiiKMii ii I inliiiL plllCH in the honieti of runs l lii 181nnI nvrrv ci n of IilIt Uiiied Statue It gives till farmer mid his fniinh eomoihiut t i thinkohiii aside from the ti huiiinrnni of routinei sintisII Kl Every Issue Contains an Original Poem by SOLON L GOODS 00000ooboeov e e ooo o oooaoooo I mco4jWithin the Next Thirty Days We Offer Two for Iha Price of One THE HERALD Tho old reJiablo county piipnr und THE AMERICAN FARMER BOTH ONE YEAR FOR 75c j FThis uiipirnllHl offer is mndw to all nw Hiibforihers and all old onuri who pay uij arrears nile renww within thirty days Sample copies free Address THE HERALD Hazel Green Ky CECILBIWSMIs and Gents and the finest line ever seen in Hazel Green Our Ladies Dress Goods Bo v estic Notions c are latest in pattern and the finest in fabric and in Groceries we carry eyerything thats good Give us a trial and prove the truth of this II f L1 L 10