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Pt ildrJ Illt r I1VTC ciI I THE HAZEL GREEN HERALDs- WO Established afarcK Jgi885 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORen O TWENTYTHIRD YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 12 1907 NTTMBER 18 =BrKNOER Owner and COOPER CrlThe Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 75 Cents a Year t ffLexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect toy 18 1906 WEST BOUND No1 ISM i II No3 Dally ex I = STATIONS Dally and suol1ay1I I IIIylI Sunday AM i 0I PMArram0I0I t3 10 olJaCkBouI 2 20 pm tJ 15 pm I I 2 25 pm 1 707am20ineattYVeJc20 a20pm 341 pm 7 45 am I 44 jNat Br3dgei I 44 3 03 pm 7 43 amCamptonI Jlln 3 57 pm 3 15am 1571 Stanton nl 57 4 20 pm S 25 am 62 Clay City 62 41 pm 9 00am 70 LEJuncu 70 507 pm 9 12 am 90 Winchester 190 5 20 nm 9 85 am 94 Lexington i94 0 03 pm EAST BOUND Daily No2 ex IKII STATIONS Sunday a I INo4 PM Lve AMLye 3 25 pm 0 Lexington 0 7 35 am 3 10 pm 20 Winchester 20 8 13 am 3 25 pm LEJunctlon 8 26 pm 4 00 pm 40 Clay City40 9 02 am 4 10 pm 44 Stanton 44 9 10 am 4 40 pm Campton JUI1 38 pm 4 45 pm 57 Nat Bridge 1JII 57 19 43 am 4 57 pm 62 Torrent 62 50 om 5 18 pm 70 17 ate d 10 pm 90 neattvvercI70I10 15 am 6 15 pm 94 20 am CONNECTIONS- L E JUNCTION Trains Xoa 12 and a will make connection with the C 0 Ry for lit Sterling CAMPTON JUNCTIONTrains Xos 1 2 1 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central By for Pine Ridge and Cninpton- BEATTYVUE JUNCTIONTrains Kos 2 and 4 will make connection at llcatty ville with the L antI A Railway for passengers to and from flea ttvvl11P O K JDNCTIOX Trains Nos 3 and 4 connect with the O i K Railway for local stations on the O C K Railway W A MCDOWELL General Manager OHA88COTT Gen Pass Agent OHIO KENTUCKY RAILWAY TIME TABLE MAY 21 1905 0 WEST BOUND No Nu aicxl IIIIDally =Wally tX- Sunl1ay 1 Io I Sunday 1M Ann 0 Si PM Atn 5 20 li Cannel City 22 12 35 455 11 Helechawa 20 12 19 J 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 Til 352 22 VVilhurst C 11 44 31027IOKJllnction 0 I 1115 1105 EAST BOUND No 34 Kl No 22 Dally ex Dally eJ III I SilnilrtV 1 Snnday- I jM PM Lvv 7 LEII 0 1 00 Ifi 7 33 21 Heleehawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hampton 13 1 44 8 37 Ile Wllhurst 20 1 51 9 23 1 OK Junction 22 2 JS 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 Noj21 and 22 wilt make close counectioi rat O K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for points ou the Lexington ind Eastern Hallway Ml UCONLEYSuperintenilen mountain G Qtr31I Railroad No1 No 2- AUUIVIOEIItT 000 11 111 Caitiptou 1180 a ut 2 00 p m Campton ll 00 p in 02t No1 uuuvi iniAin 7 IOamCuini Juno 100ain 3 50 pmCampu June 1 10 pm The Mountain Coutrnl make tIconnection with all L A E pas monger trains IjU C H WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON t HAZEl mmE KY 3 Offers hU profeitloiml services to the cltiI 47ens of hazel Cireen and nirrouinliiic cniin try mid will answer all calls of nlllictinn- Ollico at his residence adjoining Hazel Green Dank J z 3 t hn KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collated and Concisely Chronicled Fire last Saturday morning caused a loss of 2000 to the plant of the Stan ford Laundry Co- In a drunken quarrel at Middlesboro Friday night Ed Williams shot and iu stantly killed Jim Burden James Hoaz one of the oldest engineers on the Illinois Central railroad died last Saturday at his home in Fulton of consumptionIn fight near Olive Hill killItimes Oarvln may die Measles have broken out to such in alarming extent in Henderson tbat the schools were forced to suspend Many of the country schools had been closed pre viously owing to the same epidemic After an illness of many months 0 B Vincent axed 70 years died at Ful ton last Saturday He is survived by a wife and three grown daughters fIe was a Confederate veteran and served under Lee The Court of Appeals having decided tbat the governor has the power to set the dale Gov Beckham has fixed Fri day January 1 as the time for the exe cution pi Clarence Sturgeon the Louis vile triple murderer Claude North of Salt Lick fell from a train in Mt Sterling Saturday after noon He was badly cut about the head nnd face and had a narrow escape from death His injuries were dressedand bo was moved to the Beaumont Hotel One of the largest and most disastrous tires in the history of Somerset occurred Friday night when too Somerset Lum ber and Manufacturing Company and Somerset Milling Company were entire Iv wiped out the loss being estimated at 50000 to 75000 After obtaining a divorce from his second wife in the Clarke Circuit court last Saturday morning II II Tade a prosperous farmer was married to Miss Mattie Fitzpatrick in the afternoon in the county clerks ollice iu Winchester by County Judge Evans Dennis Andrus who lives a few miles south of Farmington In Graves county brought JO live Mexican quails home with him when ho recently returned from a visit to New Mexico A small topknot of yellowish brown distinguish es them from ourlobwhitcs A special tit the Cincinnati Enquirer saysHenryI throat of Will Brminon also n lawyer when in a store here today Thry were arguing over a lawsuit Uranium is seriously hurt Conilis was arrested but was released on SlOOO bond I Visa Adeline Glore aged 101 years and believed to be the oldest white woo man in Kentucky was buried in Antioch cemetery in Franklin county las week She was IitardcdAS u walking encyclo pediafor trauktort as she could recall nearly evory event of interest that trans fired in the last 100 years Mrs Emily Gray shot and killed her brotherinlaw William Gray Friday afternoon at Uutler He had quarreled I with his people who tried to avoid him keephimbeing admitted and was told to leave or she would shoot lie continued his efforts to gain admission when Mrs Gray fired through time Jour with u shot gun the load striking him in the temple and passing through the top of his head emitting instant death The general feel lug of the community is that Mrs Uwy shot in Sdlidefenco The special grand jury called by Cir cult Judge H C Faulkner in Laurel county to investigate thn killing of At torney James Sparks by Master Com missioner Hubert Lloyd Jr returned nn indictment charging Uoyd with wilful murder Judgi Faulkner being related to Boyd refused to hear n motion fo ball and declined to have any furtherI official connection with the cast Boyd attorneys then called on Circuit Judge Moss of the ifith Judicial district who Impp nM to be attending lFederal court and took out a writ of habeas corpus and Boyd was released on 10000 bail Sumo of tile best legal tall ut in Eastern Kentucky will take part in the vase when it cornea up for trial Jvight riders area committing urrJIik outrages in various parts of the utttU Friday niit about U0 rode iiiM Hop- ii i IolitIe i UK raii and ttlephnne oustsIrtteulut the operators with death if tluv- ialttiinptil M send any ine sajjy et liri1 110 throo tolwio warehouses tnutiliii a I 45 of over jJnOOOOi whipped l i tcinoou I boy r nesrly to death beside ill hting out the plat gltss fronts of the Lallk amid Iniiiiosft houses About liiin J = iiitsI were treJl Jn Dwcti county every IlIad WillmitIshipped his tobacco to Louisville after j II outItobacco growing districts btidl + iic lVk tf aeJweS CAMPTON CURRENCY 0 The John H Morgan Co has commenced well No7 on the E F Duff farm west of town Atty T C Johnson of Tallega was in town yesterday on legal business and left this morning for his homo- S M Tutt is this week having an addition built to his cottage on the I R Hollon lot just back of the Columbia building Capt W L Hurst last Thursday celebrated his 78th birthday Many of his friends and relatives partook of the sumptuous dinner set for the occasion and all wish him many more such birthdays The protracted meeting at the Baptist church still continues It is being conducted by Revs Math ows of tho Methodist churchand Tolaon of the Baptist church Considerable interest is being man ifestedThe infant child of Judge A D Lykins and wife died nt their home in Campton Sunday night Funeral services were held at the M E church at this place this morning and the burial will take place this afternoon in the public cemetery just north of town Atty A F Byrd of Winchester havirig severed his partnership re lations with the Jouetts of that place and having formed a part nership with a young Mr Davis of the same town came up Thurs day and moved his library and of fice fixtures at this place to Win chesterJ Brissoy cashier of the bank at this place is attending the inauguration of0ev VilJson at Frankfort today In his absence and the absence of Assistant Cash ier Combs who is visiting ot Winchester for a few days Sam J El kills is keeping a count of the cur rent coin Attorneys W L and Kelly Kash came down the last of the woek tt spend a few days with their pa rents and brother Daniel at this place Willie went to West Lib erty Sunday and Kelly accompa nied by his brother Eli loft Mon day morning to be in attendance at the inauguration at Frankfortt today Dee 10 ri S Heres Good Advice 0 S Woolevor one of the ben known merchants of Le Raysville NY saysIlIi you aw ever troub led with piles apply Buuklens Ar tica Salve It cured mo of then for good 20 years ago Cures Very sore wound or abrasion 25 at all loading dealers HIZE MITES 0 T 1n Rose and wifo attends church at Exol Sunday Frank Hughes recently moved to John Littles at Mizo John Noble wus badly hurt by the coal batik caving in on him The youngster gave Kelly Per hritiayrnight Clay Murphy and wife spant Sunday with W J Hulsoy and1 family HC Oldhold will have a stth alfI i to como There will Ibd church at Oli- j i j t Grassy Snmlay ltII1 Nickel I preaching I IClrulu Chunv vUlwd his fu herininw S W ITtivens Sun j day niaht- II TietU Mannin hl sou pagfdI through tuwu MMidy buyiiii ttir keys at lipi per fl Bertha mid Miiijrd Toliver vii hod roIiUivs at Peinaud from lFri Iduy untilI Sunday1 I ItlisEthell CecilIt Consolation I visited her sister Mrs Joe Let Oldlield Sunday mind Monday Q I Preachers Halsoy and Yocuin are holding meetings at the Gas koy school house John Thos Murphy and family of Charleston IllI11O visiting rell atives near Mize this week Rev Clarence Havens called on his best girl Sunday Looking for a wedding about Christmas A social was given at Dink Os horns Saturday night and all seemed to be highly entertained Miss Myrtle Meeks gave Mrs Toliver and her daughter Bertha a number of music lessons last week A Real Wonderland South Dakota with its rich sil ver mines bonanza farms wide ranges and strange natural forma tionsis a veritable wonderlandAt Mound City in the home of Mrs E D Clapp a wonderful case of healing has lately occured Her son seemed near death with lung and throat trouble Exhausting coughing spells occurred every five ClappwhenIcovery the great medicine that saved his life and completely cured him Guaranteed for coughs and colds throat and lung troubles by all leading dealers +0j and 100 Trial bottle free- GOSNEYVILLE SPANGLES 0 Rev Smith preached at Bothol Sunday last Wm Clark Sr of Toliver was in these parts Monday on business- T K Tutt bought 75 bushels of corn from James Brown at 75fra bushbl Mrs Lou E Tutt is visiting hoi sister Mrs Florence Gosnoy at Campton this week- J T Center has moved to McCormick and is working for the SwannDay Lumber Co James Brown sold four nce dressed hogs to Charlie Gosney oif Campton Saturday at Ole a G W Fulks has moved into the parsonage at Bethel and he says that he is trying to foci like n preacherJames B Putt will start for He rea College tho tirst of the year and will stay for tho winter and I spring terms I Charles Hay Geihoy the iittlt son of Mr and Mrs B T Gosnoy t of Campton visited the family ol T K Tutt last weekpI I CII Fulks is visiting his family at Bethel this week Mr Fulki I has boon working for tho Ltt E i railroad at Jackson i I T K Tuft of this place visitet his sister Mrs B F Thomas ojf i West Liberty last weekand the l maklII HEHAILJames II lnlIII day as boys are strict 1 I church members wo cant dUputi it tillI sure ther is some othe I Iattraction II am to send you liti unities of all the young men ii- I h I this vicinity who want to marry plhII1 Ii and Luther Brown James and R i l i lie Tutt and Leroy Buchanan i Dec n PHIIUA n UpIi Abraham Brown of WhitTi1- NY Stall a very r mlrlillhll xid rienco ho guys Doctors got bad ly mixtd up over 111 oiw K- Beset disonse two aid lijuvulilo tint fourth Moml iIHIX1 and the Utli Mnnuch ami yoi1 trouble so my wilt lulvUd tryius- Klootric Hitter whiohi aii rostoi ling rue to health Uut Imttl lid j docII cure blued poison weakness ant Iln11 stomach liver and kidnoy cool by all leading dealers oO U1I NervousBreakDown BreakDownNerve the that controls the or IIforco of respiration digestion and cir elimination When you i feel weak nervous irri J table sick it is often be cause you Jack nerve i energy and the processyof rebuilding anti sustain ing life is interfered with Dr Miles Nmvine has cured thousands of such cases and will we believe benefit if not entirely cure you Try it My nerous ny tem gave away completely and left Inc un the verge of the gray I trIed skilled pllrsl clans but got no permanent rellet 1 got uo 1 had I had to give up mY liiwIneJH I lesnn taking Dr Mlles Restnrutlv Notion In a few days I was miHi better IliJ I continued to Imprmp until witlroly cured I urn In biwlHs again and net rr miss an pporz2rtty loV- rtci this remedy MRS f BtRUB jdjtto Creek urcgon Your druggist sells Dr Miles Nerv ine and wi authorize him to return of first bottle only If It falls arise I Ito Medical you Co Elkhart Ind PEiii11EDYIR RHEUMAflSMLumbitno Kidney Trouble andIKindred Dlmoatea GIVES QUICK RELIEF Applied externally It affords almost In petznaaentfternally purifying the blood dissolving the poisonous substance and removing It from the system DRSDBLANDIOf mentonI Mil been a nuSf ri for a number ef yarn with Luoibtgo unit my rni and1tU remediesI gtttiertrom leg and tried medical all worktandalto bat I couldiI with annrofib beicpbjtlclDi tut found ttuthing that dare the relief obllnt4I from forthuumittnd Wntreddiietanemeprat c DR C L GATES Hancock Minn writesA uttlerfirlnere had lucha weak b ekeaowd by llhfumatlru and Kidney Trouble tbat atI could not itand on bet rr The moment tbe1 put tier down on the floor the wouldvcrram with paJoI Itreatfd ber wltUSDKOWaudtoday obo runt around ai well and tiapp WI ran be 1 prescribe 6DKOlS toe uiy paUenU and un1 It 111 my pracvlc FREE-rr you are suffering with Rheumatism Lumbago Sciatica Neuralgia Kidney Tnuble or any kindred dlsease write to us tot Ulrtal bottle of SUROPS IIIIPURELYl VEGETABLE alcohol hfree from laudanum opium I ualolr irirj ingredients I iIoeIi I RHEUMATIC CURE COf1mKYI I IWrHSOH 1 74 Lake Street Cblrte ii 13 W H tMt N VinGn SIBrf Bank 1 1I llII1EJ IY 1l X II VtI11t1IIIUIIUIltIt S t Ialtl Up fiillIal i ilnutODDC- jj co i Iliullvlili Iriti i I I10ll0ilil- w co tlullllAlllUr Ilillliilt ur 4 J1I I i iIIOIIIIIIHn r hII il4 the rtineat t t rnv Ina in rr Itr nri u Ii liltsi I r1 111 t tern Km H IIOlte r Iu tI t NI ers sec Itullhb uoi l rilt1 I Ihf tvruix wiihni the Iliuillo ul IN 1111101 10 bankiorluetlll nItv o V tiiittc w J fJ F r j 1 1 ry Wr Z j I IIl THE HERALD Entered lit thf llnztl Orein Post olllcuil Horoml rlnptH inmtrr SPENDER COOPER t Editor HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY Duo 12 1907 ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK are authorized tn iiunniincfTUrTWe S Ttrr as a candidate fur the iiflicf f County tourt Clerk of Uofi t r county subject to the action of the Dem ocrutic party FOR SHERIFF are authorized to announce SMITHtte1 SMITH HS a candidate fur the office of Hnerifl of Wolfe county euhject to the uctinii of the Democratic party FOR JAILER DYERareauthurtzedtoannounceI thomcelf fuller of Wolfe ountysnb ject to thtt action of the Democratic par ty TUB passage of the parcels post law as is now contemplated and being urged by the postmaster general will paralyze local trade It is special legislation for the benefit of mail order houses and a death blow to country merchants Therefore every man who tune n store in this country should at once indie a letter to Representa tive Langley and Senator McCrea ry respectively and have thorn fight and vote aginst this nefarious measure Be warned in time and act ore it is too late Ones this parcels post iniquity becomes u law nearly every country mer chant will have to seek Piune othHr occupation for a livelihood Aye it is only u mutter of time until all of them will have to do so Writes yntir representatives iu con areas l dnv Does Education Pay If a nutiiin expects to lie igno rant and free in a stilt of civilization it expects whit never was and never will be Educate and inform tIm whole mass of tLo peo p eTlIOMAS JEFFERSON Itis now recognized by every st iaJhiB union and by every naT J 5pon the earth that the froo oducation of the people is in dustrially profitable to the commonwealth The universal verdict of all history is that mans power and capacity as a wealth producer is multiplied in direct proportion to his education and training JAMES B FRAZIER It is no longer disputed that the wealth tho power the greatness and the success of a nation are proportioned upon the degree of education that it possesses The eamo rule applies to communities Sometimes wo hoar it said that our people are too poor to increase their taxes The fact is they are often too poor not to increase thorn Twenty years ago Denmark was one of the poorest kingdoms in Eu rope Today in the per capita iwealth of the people it is with one exception the richest i and in the general distribution of wealth it stands first Those results have been brought about through the improvement of its schools and its schools have been improved by higher taxes The Danish peasants have taxed themselves until they have made I themselves rich I It has been too common a polit ical doctrine that which levies the sma lost taxes The future will modify that doctrine and teach that liberal taxation fairly levied and properly applied is too chief work of a civilized people The savage pays no tax CHAIUEH D MclvEit IINo community is made poorer in average wealth by levying a lo cal tax on its own property to bo expended on its own schools The teachers will spend most of their salaries in the community and lo cal mechanics will spend at home what is paid them for tho erection of buildings Tho increased capa city of the children for future use fctl JIlti fulnosB would however more than pay tho increased tax a ore all of it to ho expended outside of tho community And besides local taxation s unohnw Kits tho people of every community which levies such a tux an increased interest in their schools Your children can not receive the Itraining which is theirs by right in our three to five months schools They will not have equal opportunities to succeed when they come into competition with boys and girls who have gone to iiiun months schools A reasonable local tax for the support of public schools is a good thing for a roan without property and children hut it is a better thing for the man with property whether he has children to educate or not This is true because tax ation for education insures ulti mately first class schools and it is the history of good schools that they cause a direct increase of from 25 to 50e in the value of property and a grouter increase in the intell ligence of the citizens of a community while crime and poverty are lessened This statement can bH verified by those who cute to in veetl ate for themselves Tho people of all communities nro taxed to build jails and court houses and to prosecute criminals and yet there is hardly ever a word of complaint hut when n small tax for education the greatest crime reducer the world has ever known is proposed some people are oppoaeu to it Willing to be taxed to PUNISH crime and not willing to be taxed ill a less manner to PREVENT itl Why is this LANDSAW LACONICS 0John Madden has moved to tho farm of N L Combs S W Combs went to Jackson last week on business Logan Linden of Gill more isI ited Mrs J B Miller last woukI Martha the wife of Taylor i very sick lit this writing A C Rush of Camptoi lies benn on Stillwuter for n tow days on businessNathan P nce of Holly Creek WIHDunn fork of Stillwater G B Stamper county attorney stopped at this place OUR day lust week on his way to Dave Wilsons where le went on legal business L E Smith of Lacy creek was hero on the 7th to receive a lot of corn which he had bought of E T Kash price 7bf per bushel K K Spencer of Leo City stay ed over night wi h E T Kash on his way to Campton to inspect lumber for the Western Lumber CompanyE has been at Campton for the past week loading lumber which ho had contracted to the Western Lumber Co of Cinoin nati Ohio There was a box supper at Land IpreparedI tainly an enjoyable occasion Died on Monday the 2nd inst John Hatton one of the pioneer settlers ol this county He was 85 years of age and raised a family- of 10 children 8 boys and 2 girls ill of them living and having large families He was buried on the 3rd in the family graveyard on Holly creek Dec 9 ANON Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that oonuot be cured by Halls Ca tarrh Cure F J OHENEY Co Props Toledo 0 We tUoundoraigned have known F J Cheney for tho last 15 years and believe him perfectly honor ablo iu all business transactions financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm VALDINO KINNAN MARVIN Vholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Curl is taken internally acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho system Testimonials sent free Price 75 cents per bottle Sold alldruggistsTake Family Pills for byII tipatiou j i 7r 1d1eE k1t- j J AND 1I1 fj CHILDRENS CLOAKS in great variety and uptodate in style are selling here AT COST A to close them out If you need a wrap NOW is the time to get it Theyll not stay in our house long isoi COME A JUMPIN IF YOU WANT IN R JOHN M ROSE SONS Cnrei Blood Skin UliexioK Cnucer Greatest Blood Purifier Fren If your blood is impure thin diseased hot or lull f bunion ltou hnve blood poison cancer carbuncle eat tag sores scrofula eczema Itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skill bone pains catarrh rlieuiimtimu blood or skin disease take Itotiuui Blood Halm H U 15 Soon 11 sores heal aches und pains stop and the I blood iII made pure mid rich Druggists or IllY express 1 per large bottle Mini pie tree bv wrillii Ulimd Uiilui Co Atlanta 1011 Ii II U is c pcciiilly advls cd for chronic deepseated casts as it cures hfter all cUii fails MURPHY FORK MINUTES Report Nays hilt the wound on Jim Hints uim is cm tho tumid Stun Wilson left Monday for ill iZH to paint the home of Mrs Maggie Juksou Jim McGuire of Pekiu was on the creek last week buying turkeys by the hundreds Miss Urn Murphy one of Miss Mollie Coldirons brightest pupils was tho guest of Miss Golden Mur phy Sunday Mort Cecil wife and son Lovey Dovey made their usual Sunday visit to Consolation the home of Morts parents Aunt Martha wife of the famous botanic professor was low with the grip last week Dr W Gevo don was called in to assist Henry Murphy and son Buford are improving their home also a large barn is in progress But Bu ford says the home will not be complete without the music ofa belle The smiling face of Tom Fan nin of Ezel was seen on the creek last week casting sheeps eyes at the home of Miss Nora Pieratt It seems so funny Why does Miss Nora need a Fannin at this sea son of the year Ben Murphy says ho believes that Roosevelt has resigned and I Cleveland has the reins Ben i I would rather have soup houses than a money panic J it takes dough to run his business Doc 9 POET O ti3 TO R I Eli Bun theThe KM You Rata Wways Goiitfii BlgMtlTB 11A1fl KILLTHE COUCH MO CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew FOR COUCH8PBICEFree Alts AU THROAT NND LUND TROUBLES GUABAYTIIZD SATIHBACTOI- 8og KOBaT TizruaiDIBiD I of t IF H F PISrUTT President E F CECIL VicePresnt MARION K Gar caShier AttorneyissSfeWpitIt gktaclt t1 I 1500000 nt1 1 1aw EALDIRFXZTORS PIERATTIi IN I a ON ILadies Dress Goods In Fauoy and Fashionable Patterns Hamburg Laces us tine ttn looms can make j GENTS FURNISHING uOODS in 1j eluding ties shirts collars suspenders etc Prints of tho latest design and Domestics bleached and unbleached a OilsFPaintsCLOTHING SHOES HATS CAPS g n Andless variety and great quantity so low in price you will m be oound to buy Did wn hear somebody say GROCERIES WWHII weve got emand canned goods of every kindAp ricots Peaches Peas Tomatoes Corn Sweet Taters and n But pshaw l Come and see Respectfully KASH SAMPLE t1k t A NEW MILLINERYaa AND e DRESS MAKING ESTABLISHMENT Misses aMpeliPeaiI OVER KASH SAMPLES HAZEL GREEN KY Misses MAPEL TROY i Announce to the ladies of Hazel Green and tho surroundingcoun- try i that they havo just opened an uptodate Millinery and Drove i Making Establishment Our lino of hats are tho most trimmed over seen in Hazel Greon many of thorn being artistioallvt and as they were selected by an expert milliner they are sure to please tho most fastidious in taste In addition to the millinery business which includes all tho lat est trimmings we have a Dress Making Department complete with charts etc ready to cut and mako Ladies and Childrens Shirt Waists Sacks and indeed all kinds of sewing We are located over Kash Samples store and we assure you that all our goods are firstclass t yourselfSolicitingMAPEL TROY c It a rGbti lig A 4 i f l II1IIII i ff 1 f1Ifi r r T = t t t I I 3 1 T1roatfCoughs Ask your doctor about these throat coughs He will te- lliYOUi how deceptive they are r A tickling in the throat often means serious trouble ahead i Better explain your case care fully to your doctor and ask him about your taking Ayers Cherry Pectoral WI publish our formula w banian alcohol from our ladlclni t0 i 7ouiJourtWho makes the best liver pills The J C Ayer Company of Lowell Mass They have been making Ayers Ps for 1 1oversixty years If you have the alight est doubt about using these pills ask your doctor r ei he says always 1 TdAe h er Co Lowell Mses = THE HERALD WntttHdA clrMued hug almut 150 Ibs nisi Applv at thiR office Newt TowiiflPiid of Torrent woe VisitiiiR here Friday mid Saturday Lucien NickelI and Bruce Rns were here Sunday to pee thir girls v rs xta as BOM the AThe Kind You Hate Always Bought mruwe Cashier Knight and Prof Pat ton made a flying Inisineca trip to Maytown yenftrdav Miss May Stnvall of Jackson is this week visiting her sister Mrs CB RIIBP of this place Curtis ROHH left Siiiiduv for nn outing that will lie protracted fur two or thriH weeks pHrhnpn Dr J H Stamper has rental this offifH Imililinir 1110 C Miller Jr and optMixd1 bin dontul parlors Belle McNiiih of Toliver 4MieR IILl in town Stitimltiy no compunifd liy her pleHstint smile OA 8TORT Eli roan tTheKind You Have rays Bcuglltt Signature I1I Newt Womack of Weat Liheriy and W R Cecil and wife of Gras sy creek worn visiting Charley Cecil and family Friday night Sam Wilson the poet painter ia decorating the now dwelling of Mrs Maggie Jackson of Grassy creek and putting on a now dress of paint Willie Kash of Landsaw was a guest of his brother Sam Kash Sunday and Monday night mean time paying West Liberty a busi ness visit There will be an entertainment and ice cream supper at the Frank Johpson school house Saturday Everybodyoordially Mrs Sarah Yancoy state secretary of the Christian Womans Board of Missions made an ad dress to the C W B M auxilliary at Nicholasvillo one night last week j puttingjfnand Trenton Ohio for the expootedhKeutuok for his holidays Rudolph Childers of Maytown yoarsis crete dormitory now being erected for the boy students of the Hazel r Green Academy Rev W B Campbell the now minister of the M E church South preached here Saturday night Sunday and Sunday night and will fill his engagement the fourth Sunday in each month if ho can so arrange Uncle John Wilson of Camp ton the old singing master and Methodist minister has rented of Ed Cecil a dwelling house on the extreme east end of Main street in onr town to which he will soon move with his family 4 j Aunt Betty ROHM of Grassy cn Hk and Aunt Judy ar4ofour town two old Indian whom wo hold iin high HctHin hrd Tni HERALD IHifH ihH viit Satnr IMV IIhA liriinr in IHIIMW her RuH fwriptinii Miit IIM liiitir fur a an I nlcaH In ur I liciinrI rfttVHii MKlitliH TliH rIht l grand vniiiMii and it IH i nil Ithey have sMt 1111111 y iir I1 IIHIMt uisri anti plHHSlirH So lllnH I11 Miss Artu Iv HutHrtiiined the teachers of ttlif iiuiid iii mid the MtiidHiit hnard rut ol Iih dormitory Saturday nigi l Thny nil seemed tn unjnv HIIIII ninniiiii t Isis lime Mini reboil to tiitir plniioinv to this lastas Hvnry pHHiii plan hiul liicn studied I mnk tin i veiling iMimpltH 11is niui Iniik forward to this nnmml t nn socinU nivcii in III IniMr 11 M11IBM Artu with plH8111 TIll news ninen from Lexington that LIIUUII Haininon lio acci ilenially shut hiniHi I fnn the Gih of November and who has since henn in this GII tll Smiiiiritun Hospital is in a d1olIgHruH cnimiton Indeed it itl aid tthnt gungreiio has set up anil this hoxpital physi cians IIIIVH iiipiiiiiniiHl hpH of 8iiv iiig him Hi moiliHr hUH gone to Lexington III h with him A bevy of iiMniuin8 ho would wi this priz in ally bnauty Cnii tast lust Suiidax honored our office with u call while out walking They are stiidniitH at this academy and their nanifH follw Mitmes Martha Rasiin IVK Waknly Bes sie Hal tutu anil Einiiut Sample Call again lailien and see the machniHry in omratim Through W TI Cawkey we learn that Miles Murphy of Bedford Iowa bud thus mibfortuiiH to lose his wife tiyileain U law duye since He also save that Milexl in quite sick and hut a n Dunny down with the mraxlHti Airs Murphy wait a GillniiiH a PiHifr of Lou Gil more wllo was raised Iw Mr und MrsI W TI CasUey Dr William hits a patient on Stlllwatfr with n HHrimi UUBH of diphiliHria iIUI by skilful treat ment he ha it well in haunt Rod tuck precnutiiiiiary nieasiirHri to HO isolate the ear is that a spread of this disease IIUcil not lie dreaded John Johnsoo of Tel gI was a guest of Harmon Swung mid fam ily Wednesday night of last week Ho was en route to SlIlyertivi lie to visit his brothnr Richard who is practicing medicine at that place A temporary dormitory to con tain about 10 steeping rooms is being erected for the boys attend ing Hazel Green Academy The rooms will be about 10x10 feet andeach heated by a gas stcve Miss Myrtle Stamper of Cannel City accompanied by Miss Dora Sebastian of Daysboro was in town Monday on a shopping tour and bought a hat at the CecilLong millinery From indications there will be a large attendance at Hazel Green Academy for the next term and the faculty is making every prep aration to accommodate them Jolly John Pieratt who has boon living at Kiddvtlle in Clark c ty for fo ror five years will movo batik about January 1 and open a saddle and harness shop Years Ago aii Still Tastes pood- Recently won td ChViupC that nearly alll cdminbrcial tourists had commended Mrn Lou OilY as being this culm ry queen md the cuisino ott IIIM Day House ua being aupe nor to anything of the kind in EiiBtfrn KehMmky mid now comes W JJ Lninpion of New York this eel kwn jiiirnalia whll corron unite all that nits hisisu Haiti Mr Lmnptiin wa an honored UIJtIf our town soniH eurs silica duriiiR which time he took his meals at this farfnnind hostelry and thn memory of tthe good things he ute I hern iin HH Htronulyt inipre Bed that he Himicks his lips mid givea ex preBxiiin to Inn Hiicuriin expert riencH withI this effiinion IN FUND KKMEMUK NCE I pleaeureThat The gaud iilJfanhiniied eating Which I had with Aunt Lou Day 1 remember thAt her table Fairly groaned with liucions stuff urryThat I remember that I doubted If the mountain fare was right Out n innuthfn soon convinced me Aunt Lou Days was out of sight I remember how It lasted It WAS gnd you bit and say I would New York dinner For a SWillmy Attn Lou Day For Sale I offer for mile ut a sacrifice my property in Hazel Green JOHN W CRAVEN Frunkfort Ky Until January 1 1908 we will receive renewals and new subscribers at 75 for twelve mouths hut from that date this price will ho 100 a year Paper is so high we are forced to mine tho price and ALL WHO ARP BEHIND on sub sonptiois MUST PAY UP or they will have to mettle with the newspaper collecting1 1 i agency vhich is in no wise meaivmouthbd about dun nttug Active meuriiirtni are b mg taken at Richmond to provide good bnanl and lodging at satisfactory rates for all voting uncut und wom en who may enter the Eastern State Normal this winter All studentn may go to this school with the assurance that they will fluid suitable accommodations at reasonable rates The attendance from Jan 21 will be very large but will bo well taken care of A protracted meeting began at tha Caskey school house on the Nickell1 fork of Grassy last Friday right Rev Bill Yocum in charge and much interest is being manifested NOTICE The stockholders of the Hazel Grace Batik will meet in the office of said bank on Saturday December il 1907 for the purpose of electing officers for the year 1908 H F PIERATT Dec 3 1907 Presi- dentCASTOR IIA For Infimta and Children Tin Kind You Have Always Bought I Bears the Signature of jo oioooooooooo Most people know that if they have been sick they need Scott jf Etnttt ston to bring back health andstrength But the strongest point about Scoffs Emulsion is that you dont have to be sick to get results from it It keeps up the athletes strength puts fat on thin people makes a fretful baby happy brings color to a pale girls cheeks and pre vents coughs colds and consumption o Food in concentrated form for sick andtlarea well young and old rich and poor jj tAndit contains no drugs and no alcoh ALL DRUGGISTS SOo AND SIOO io OO J j r ta L L c It t f nalnrda11dLi1nlgfni gLIAIIP IrIf111I11d t nu h w a I 1 1 its AVegetable PreparationforAs- shnilatin IhcFoodandRe Wa- tingthnStotnachsar lBowelsof INFAN is HILDKLN Promotes DigestionClteerful ness andnestContains neIther 9piumMorpltine nor1ofiner- a1JIlOTNARcOTIC tt ouJ + va2zrr rAw ASSMme 4rSr4 e1Ji4rnta 6 R rd forConsLipanon WormsConvulsionsFevcrishness FacSimile Signature oP NEW YORK rl b monlViH old liosvs C i MS EXACT COpy OF WRAPPER For Infants and Always Bought the Signature In- Use Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA OITAYC MAT Itw TOt CITY ow Hazel Green AcademyF- all Opens 10 Indications now foretell this largest attendance iu the history of the school for the Full Term The COURSES OF STUDY have been revised so as to afford tho best advantages puasihle for young men und wi men who desire to bet ter prepare thnmselvea tor teaching or wish to prepare for this STATE or the STATE DIPLOMA The ACADEMIC COURSE well equips the student for the SOPH OMORE YEAR in College Tho Faculty oi Eight Teachers Careful attention is given to each student TUITION IS FREE GENERAL EXPENSES Fall Term of 14 weeks 500 Winter Term of 11 weeks 500 Spring Term of 11 weeks 500 Board with Heat und Light 200 per week Furnished Rooms Free Write for 0 CARTER SecyTreaslHI JI CECIL BROS Is headquarters for Shoes Ladies and Gents and the finest ever seen in Hazel Green Ladies Dress Goods Do nestic Notions c are latest in pattern and finest in fabric and in Groceries we eyerything thats good Give us a trial and prove the truth of this K T ROSE 8 O SAMPLE ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and CounselorsatLaw CAMPTON KY This firm will practice in all the Courts of Wllfe and adjacent counties Special ttcntlon given to Corporation Law and VI Estate Litigation mce3 Second Floor Farmers ands Bank I i h I Childron The Kind You Have Bears of For Ht OO Term Sept 1907 CERTIFICATE composed Catalogues- M DERTHICK Principe line Our the carry DAY HOUSE Hazel Green Kv Mrs LO0 DAY Proprietor Best table tare ia Eastern Kentucky A largo sample room connected Heated and lighted bv gas throughout and special ac commodations to traveling men Nervous or Sick Headafche win ylelO1 qulcklr to the Influence of Dr MHeV AntiPain Ptlts SI doses 25 cents r h IIV r S nifV IIc I tJI 6TAT98WANT I Constitutional amendments aro be farmraA Dcrthlck master of the Stato Orange in discussing a proposition to permit of classification of the sources nf tax revenue said There is a common ground upon which we oan nil stand We must Have in increasing amount of revenue and that menus a more Just return of the property in the state Where Is the injustice of laying a reasonable tax on the deposits reported by tho banks of the state the same to he charged to depositors True not all leposltors are residents of Ohio but hey enjoy the protection of our laws und In large measure draw their In forest from our people This could at least be done with I resident depositors and they would Ire relieved from the temptation toI I oorauiit the crime of perjury II The Kentucky Grange The Kentucky State Grange had this tame subject before It at the meeting bold in Frankfort October 21 to 23 1907 Mr F P Wolcott Master of the State Grange discussed the ques lion in a stay Interesting manner as follows The order has been most active In behalf of the just regulation of e taxation recognizing that the farmer IB losing more from our present aye tern and has more to gain from the establishment of a just and equitable system of taxation than has any oth or class of citizens The order in rep resenting the agricultural class al ways endeavors to be fair and honorable with all other interests and has the right to demand like treat ment in return In nearly every state In the Union the cry has been loud against unjust revenue laws and steps are being taken to remedy the svils Various State Granges have by their action declared It wrong to leg elate into the organic laws of a state any provision which shall exempt from taxation property aggregating vast sums In the possesion of the wealthy and often kept by them in risible thus leaving the small hold Ings of the masses of people of mod erato means to bear tire burden ot I doubled taxation The present Constitution of Ken lucky binds us to the general property tax that Is to the system of levying the same tax upon all classes of property for all purposes There should be an amendment to our con stitution which will allow the legisla lure to rparate the sources of reve nue that if to raise the state reve nue from certain classes of property leaving other classes of property to be taxed for locai purposes only H 1m lu drEnrd sort tat thU tfuld throw too much power the hands of the legislature lutoII such iJi amendriKTt prevail thenII would it devolve upcn tho voters ofI the state to pay stricter attention to i the selection of their ripiffcentrtves I t than has oTitataea la the last in both City and country I The Kentucky Stale TVvlorirvioai association and other oiRanzations have honored the Grant a by placing upon its Joint committee on taxation a member of this order us represen tative of the agricultural Interests t C the etat and It Is important that the Views and demands of the farmers be clearly defined at this state session It is recommended that this body promptly nn i HmphatlcnUy take ac tion In favor of Just and equitable revenue laws and for the establish ment of an official tart commission to be compoiscO of five me mersfour reprefcentlnK respectively the great Industries agriculture manufacturing mining and corcuurce and a fifth member CVo for the highest integ rity jiTjj for ific r l lal1 ability A Dangerous Deadlock that sometimes terminates fatally IB the stoppage of liver and bowel functions To quickly end this condition r ithuutdisanreeable son gntions Dr Kings Now Life Pills ehould always be your rempdy Guaranteed ubsolutelysaiisfactory in everyUr money back at leading dealers io FARM FOR SALE IJIr a pia I ral t my rn situated on tbaludyau MiI Ste rnjiike 0 miles 2n TI placl Iuii Millies from Judytn IK pliw 5 + ti t ni dVfJlin big h 1Iutl balliiiii s ul in xnulI shape tobacco II Irlrin tin tfXMii gjiil tock hun trdiurl1 With fruStn IIi lIiI kiatlt There are 7 aero the majority In lilue gras Jvn givjdcist ins oa t the house awl one lit- hun with pfoiuy running water tCsll and see i t or write to Ii K T TAULIIKK I Boule 3 Ml sterling Ky sL YourPassing PassingShadow J24 The Light Bread Wont Raise HiNDSBono ILL Dec 2 07 SPKNCEU CoofEn Hazel Green Ky Dear SirYou will find enclosed 75d for THE HERALD and American harmer for one year I dont care eo much for Tin HEUALD but the women say that the light bread wont raise if they dont get the paper J M HENRY Hindsboro Ill II F D Box 48- STRAY SHOTS o Miss Dorothy Perry is visiting her sister Mrs Lum Pieratt Mr and Mrs J T Murphy via ited John L Henry and family SundayClay Pieratt and Volney Nickell intend to start for Old Kentucky Monday night Mr and Mrs Cy Perry spent Sunday night with their daughter Mrs Lum Pieiatt I t- Volney Nickell and Clay Pioratt spent Sunday night with J 11 Henry and family There will be a box supper at Wyeth school house next Friday night Everybody invited A few friends and relatives gave I a linen and china shower oc Mr and Powell Craft nee Exie Lacy Thanksgiving night They re ceived several nice presents IQuite a number of relatives enjoyed a birthday surprise on J M Henry Sunday it being his 19th anniversary Those present were Messrs and Mesdames Boon NickjjI Oil J M Cnnnoy Doyle Xickell LHHenry Boyd Cannoy John Swango j Misses Emma and Carrie Nickell Willie Blanche Henry and I Opal Canuoy i Messrs Omar Oli i ver and Otis Swango and Warren I Xickell I Doc 2 HITIDY j IF r niiniratle nnd Neuralgia Pains Dr Mlles AntlPalti Pills They ji relieve t9 Ialn and allay Nervousness J I T E 04 I GeGiHOng mUlineIg I I IThe CeailIong Millinery havo ro coivod their stock of fall anil winI tor ladies furnishing goods i hatsI latest creation both trimmed andtIi untriniujrtd latest frames and Hamming J Mso a complete lino of drees goods uud trimmings r adymsdw skirts shirt tvals- tulcitenarnilk liosinrv gloves find tlJmeit lino of hulks and childrens cloaks ever on display inHa l Gven The Indtea aro r gneti to eal1 II uiil BEd before buying wr stoch cornea from tai foro tuost limB of Cincinnati and you aiv Mire to gut the latest styles in everything whIm you buy from us I Respectfully CECIL LONG J Womens troubles throw a cloud over their lives vhlch neglect may cause to become permanent Make yours Into a passing shadow by taking a medicine that acts directly on your womanly organs the disorder of which has caused your womanly troubles The right remedy for you when you have headacb J backache nervous spells dragging pains Irregular functions etc is Wine of Cardui 4 Mrs R H Lawson of Sprott Ala writes I suffered with female troubles for Vf years Wed 4 doctors they didno good so I took Wine of Cardui 1 have taken 18 bottlesfeel greatly relieved and am better than In 20 years Sold by all reliable druggists In X100 bottles Try It IIQ write today fur II free Cory nhaaable Mlute Illustrated Isook for Women If y1nffCS MtiloJ WRITE UJ A LETTER envelopeAddress Buggies I Buggies I Tile citizens of Hazel Green and this vicinity are herewith informed that they can now buy firstclaw buggies at home I urn prepared to furnish the bet made and at reasonable prices I dont han die anything but firstclass buggies nnd those who want cheap claptraps will have to go elsewhere atirRemcmber if you want a FIRST CLASS BUGGY one that will give satisfaction in comfort and wear I supply you canI Cull and see me at my shop in Green Respectfully k JOHN H ROSE iFioitfhwnndii Trees Shrubs Grape Vines Asparagus Ev e r yj thing for Orchard Lawn and Garden We employ no agents Catalogue on Appli cation- H F HILLENMEYER SONS LEXINGTON KY GEORGE RIC- EUNDERTAKER jHAZEL GREEN KY I have several fine Collins in my shop and am prepared to make any style to order and on tho most reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse afid will attend all burials when iso requested Public patronage is respectfully solicited j2jtf GEO RICE BEN MURPHY IDEALER IN GENERAL STORES NEOLA KY Offers the citizens in and arouud Hole chawa the beat line of goods ever seen in this section at the price A big round dollar spent with him will bring you more in return than it would anywhere Country produce and railroad ties taken in exchang for goods and your patron age is respectfully solicited Until you buy from him you will never know how much you can save THE MIDWINTERf TERM I whrh iiin tl ninb trmopnns JANUARY 21 i Do you wuur to bo a workin jitnit in theI ive t1 most ainbitioup mtlmsiatic tlld 1o1tsioIHII gods oi touchers Ivoj gathorad tosothe 111 study in Knawra Kentucky I IIf so RW your County sjuperbj time iJjout ii uppointmon free itioii if you have n al IIto y TO rinl vrit to file iiIt7 ho K JK a X5 toii a c itijr him what studioi y iddrseH ROAUK KKHMOKD KY Ii a V ta 4ONE DOLLAR BUYS+ t 1- ne 4 mountain Pea Ie of KentuoRg jThis popular book which is now in its fourth edition will for a limited tune be sold for 100 the copy postage repaid to any point in the country Press and people are lout in praise of it rnd patriotism prompts many to buy it Why not you You will want it for your children- No better tcstimoujr to the worth and success of that inn + t admirable work done for the Kentucky mountaineers may be found than this pooh by Win II Ifaucy a mountain boy Mr Hunev is 23 year old bo was born In Morgan County anil k an excellent ex atuiih of self reliant typical of his sturdy race He has vuiujuvred dlOlviiltits ofpover ty and other lianiperin circumstance defraying the expense I his own education by the work ot bU bauds while he was at Hazel Green Academy Ilerca nuLl Kentucky Stat College Meantime his 1ms purchased a homo for lib fulliur and mother lots written this book and again it may bo repeated that he is anti in his twriilylnurth year Two purposes went to animate the pages of this hunk To describe mountain life as it actually Is Sail to correct the wruut iiupRsiiiiis nt It others have striven to foUl on the public Mr Ilaney gives an historical sketch of tlm niiiutiuiiii pcil atlriliutlnc to Inherited traits anil the Kentucky environment tlicin Social conditions Feuds subjects httercvthtlgtdkeusliuttJBoth ok nOiwIlook sueeossltillv allord Mr Hanoy for a mountain rite in its earlier condition ns well eoulItlonshavlIIKIMI KOIII what Inijiroved great us h stillI tbt iiid1 fur mor liuirov mi nl IInllfor earned liilp trout ihu outsljnt world beyuntl tho luoinuilns Though indued lilt of Hie wisest things MrI Mans e says iIt that it iIv not only help Trout beyou tini iiiouiitalns that Is needed As hcsIIIls that if the mountain people who lure had tin benefit of education k will give some rich Jlvfslo those of thflr ulootl nlmni thuy un1rshuiI better than alien teacher ciiildI do this will he n ducidedi itin fur the mountain coniinuntties- Mr HHiiey v riles In a direct itjK In HiII lKii tliat eJect ivillt botli on ltit nwn indnsiry and iiii Icn liers Ho ii Intillian V nil alhctti iMilmltlc and loyal In lilt considerations of tin inoiiiliili pcopl tin riaiinls the ntidI tor Industrial 1m provcmciitx tbf iailiinu jis iviitiiic tarnilni and her iiiuiiiidliiti mciN t well as the liljlier ncrls of tiiin pnpe who oifrr Lieu K 1I ni3liiaileugc i the workvrln Miclolo Byi cducatlou and rellylou Courl Journal r 5100 Buys It Address THE HERALD p postpaid Hazel Green KY 110Loj oJ loio a 1 Fir asu7l evir i a N 4 S