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M L T T T I YW rJ7 10 I W l1riwlll lulUli1 It THE HAZEL GREEN HERALDo Established March 41885 Made Famous In the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORoll == O I TWENTYTHIRD YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 19 1907 NUMBER 19 BPENCEH Owner nTheOldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 75 Cents a Year J n Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect Noy 18 1906 WEST BOUND Noi en I si No3 Dallyex = STATIONSI RDailyand Boncfay p I S Sunday AMArrl I li PMArr- C 10 am 0 JacksouI 0 2 20 pm G 15 pm OK Junction 1225pm 7 07 am 20 BeattyveJc 20 3 20 pm- s l 30 am 40 TorrentI14O 3 41 pm e l 45 am 44 iNat BrldJe144 3 55 pm 743 am I I Campton Juntn I 357 pm 8 15 am 57 Stanton 26 pm 9 25 am 62HClay Cityi1154 35 pm 9 OOam 70 LEJuncu70 507 pm 9 12 am 90 Wiuchester1 901 5 20 nm 955 am 104 Lexlnetoni94 003 pm EAST BOUND No2 21 No4 Daily ex I STATIONS Dally and Sunday mm Sunday PMLveII AMJTe 2 25 pm LexingtonI 36 am 3 10 pm 01 1Wlnchesterjj20 017 13 am 3 25 pm l I 26 pm 4 00 pm 1Clay City140 0 02 am 4 10 pm44i 44i 0 10 am 4 40 pm I Campton Juntn I 38 pm 4 45 pm 57 Nat Bridgel 57 19 43 am 457 pm 62 Torrent 62 ra am t 18 pm 70 BeattyveJc 70 10 17 am 6 10 pm 90 11 15 am Jacklon1948 15 pm 94 1120 am CONNECTIONS L A E JUCTloTralns Nos 12 IInd- a will make connection with the C AORy for Mt Sterling CAMPTON JUNCTION Trains Nos l 2 1 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central Rr for Pine Ridge and Campton BBATTVVLLK JUNCTION Trains Nos 2 find 4 will make connection at Beattyville with the L and A Railway for passengers to and from Ben ttyvillr 0 K JUNCTtotTrains Nos 3 and 4 connect with the O K Railway for local statlops on the O b K Railway 4 W A MCDOWELL General Manager OHA8SCOTT Gen Pass Agent OHIO KENTUCKY RAILWAY TIME TABLE MAY 21 1005 WEST BOUND No 33 l IIt onDaily exr D IIYJex Sunaya 1 PM Aaa 0 27 PM Ann 5 20 6 Cannel City 22 12 35 4 Sf 11 Helechawa 20 12 1J- J 45 13 Lee City 13 K 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 3 52 22Wilhunt 6 11 44 310 27 0 K Junction 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND i No 34 a 21 No 22 Daily ex = STATIONS = DallYJIJ 4t4Sunday I AMLVE OI PMLVH 7 10 27 cannel City 1 00 7 Helecbawa 6 117 7 37I10 Leo City 11 1 23 8 Hampton 13 1 41 8 Wilburst 20 161 9 25 110 OK Junction 22 2 25 9 30 I Jackson 27 2 30 Nos 21 and 22 will make close connectim nt O Ie K Junction with No 1 and 4 lot points on the Lexington find Eastern Hair way M LCONLKY superintendent u Mountain Ceijtra1118111081 No 1 No 2 DEPART AUlllVi 600 n in Cuinpton 1180a in 300 pili Cuinpton tIl 00 p in No 2 N n 1 AKK1YK lirlAUT 7 amCftinpn June 10 05 am 380 ptnCampn June 4 40 pin The Mountain Contnil makes connection with all L A IK pus sender trains I C II WILLIAMS DU PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 1 HAXEL OKKEX KY t Oilers hU profcKtioiml servkex to the cite zees of Huzttl Urcen and Mirroiindin cuuu i ft4cl r try and will answer nilcalh uf nlfictiou to Office at LU residence adjoining HazclI I Green Bank I I o R I IKSrrrUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collated and Concisely I Chronicled State Firo Marshal Mott Avrea wants a special grand jury impanelled in Hop klnsville to ferret out the recent mob of night riders Thomas Harvey an I C brakeman was fatally shot at Fulton last week u the result of a difficulty with the flag man of the train Suit for 30000 damages has been filed in Laurel Circuit court by the wid ow of Fumes Sparks against Robt Boyd I Jr for killing her husband a short time sinceLandon Taylor a painter at the Feeble Minded Institute at Frankfort last Fri day fell from a ladder and down a flight of stairs splitting his scalp from ear to car HU condition is serious Governir Wilson hits ordered Adju tant General P P Johnston to use every endeavor to bring the night riders to justice even though it requires all the militia in the state Gen Johnston is now in Hopkinsvillc making investigations Mrs JohnjHerry aged 23 years was burned to death last Friday at her home near Louisa Her dress caught fire as she was Handing before an open fire place Her sister was severely burned as she was trying to extinguish the flamesA man giving his name as Jai Combs but who is believed to be Benja min Couch this name appearing on the flyleaf of a bible he had in his posses lion was arrested in Frankfort Satur day charged with stealing a horse from Charles TomlioBon of that city He says his home is inHazard Bruce Keddincs Aged 80 years the oldest settler of Fulton andwidely known throughout Western Kentucky committed suicide last week by shooting himself He bad been tang with his family about bis ill luck financial matters and after going o his room laid down on a couch and placing a revolver in his mouth scattered his brains over the floor The coroneix jury which investigated the death of Georce Gray whose body was borne to his home by masked men the night of the recent night riders raid into HopkitnvilJe returned the following verdict We the jury find the body before us that of George Gray and that he came to his death by an assassin un known to us Signed lobo F Guire foremanFarmers ic Oldham county are com plaining of the persistency of huilters trespassing on their land It is claimed that hunters from Louisville ignore tho Posted Land signs and in some in stances tear them down Chickens turkey ducks and geese are killed without hesitancy and tome stock has been crippled Game in the county has heen practically exterminated Policeman Charles Hord of HopVlns yule was rhot in the xpincnnd probably fatally wounded by Will Winfree n lawyer test Friday The policeman hud arrested Winfree and two companions for drunkenness and took them to the htatiii huise Jn a patrol wagon free lie 11e incensed at the oilII and after b1ofiijt released met Hord the trec and tired three huB at him only oii bullet taking elleut Hows This W ior Ono Hundred Dollars Howardl for any cuso of Catarrh that eoniuot b cured I bv Hulls Ca tarrh Cur F1 OIIKNKY 1l Co 1rops Toledo 0 Ve the undersigned huvo known F1 Chwiey for tho last lf yvars j and Ixliivo him perfectly honorable I in uJl business transactions i financially able to Carlyout any obligation inudo by his liitn IIWhulNHlltHalls Catarrh Cure is taken in f tonally acting directly upon tlnjit blood and mucous suriaw of the f riyatum Testimonials sent fjpu1j Prico 70 cents por bottle Sold by I ill druggists I Take hails Family Pills for con stipatiou J Iido CAMPION CURftEftCY 0A R Marshall was in Lexington last week 011 business S R Perkins of Lacy creek was in town on business yesterday T C Johnson of Tallega IB in depCbitobliin C F Combs loft for his homo near Richmond this morning and will be gone until after the holidays Kelly Neal of West Liberty is visiting his brotherinlaw Sam Spencer this week and hunting quailThe students of the K W A at this place will have a vacation from the 20th inst until the first week in January Tho protracted meeting wbicli has been in progress at the Baptist church for the last two weeks closed Sunday night W B Whitaker a barber from Jackson was in town yesterday with view to purchasing a barber outfit owned by A T Combs Town Marshall Taylor Wireman is today moving from the residence owned by tho county just east of the jail to another part of town Isaac S Miller is preparing to erect a frame twostory business house on the corner lot which be recently bought from S S Combs The law firm of Kash Kash have established an office at this place and will be here part of the time and at Jackson the remain der of the time G B Rose one of Wolfe coun tys most successful young busi ness men is in town today making orders for Christmas presents which he expects to distribute among the fairer sex Joe Murphy who has been con fined to his bed withrheumatism for the past week has so far convalesced under the skillful treat ment of Dr D B Kash that he is able to be out on crutchos today The many friends of Dr J II Carroll and family will be glad to learn that they have returned to Campton and will make their fu ture home hero The doctor has bought the property owned by C C Fulks just south of town on the Lane road Price 1400cash Dec 17 S S A Real Wonderland South Dakota with its rich silver mines bonanza farms wide ranges and strange natural forma tionsis a veritable wondorlandAt Mound City in the home of Mrs E D Clapp a wonderful case of healing has lately occured Her son BPtHiittd near death with lung and throat trouble Kxhausting coughing spells occurred every live pwhenIcovery tho great medicine that saved his life and completely cured him Guaranteed for coughs and colds throat and lung troubles nil loading dealersand T 11I Trial bottle free i j Logan Hammon Better j Logan Ilrmmon who accident i ally shot himself at LPO City iill i Wolto county on Nov 5 and who Juts boon nt the Good Samaritan Hospital in this city sineu that timo was reported to be much Mt tat Monday ills life had ton 1oapairodof for some tim pint and it was thought that uuimivii j hadsot in hut this was not th caso Humnion on November took his cousin Galloway Seltastiui nletj1I1II to tho Oooil Samaritan Hospital for treatment While Hammon was returning home he dropped his pistol anil tho bullet entered his body He has since biien in the hospital here Lexington Ga zette Dec 10 I 1o LEE CITY LOCALS 0Mrs Wise is on the sick list wasinHyillgtripJerry Taulbee of Frozen Creek WBB transacting bnsineei here last week Miss June Rose visited at Hazel Green and Sunny Side part of last weekMies Mollie Meredith Oney was the guest of Mies June Rose last weak Floyd Arnett of Helechawa at placeSaturday Bob McLin of Hazel Green was placelastTroy Patrick is able to be out again after a severe spell of ty phoid fever Rev Mr Sally of Hazard held services at the Christian church Saturday aud Sunday Mrs Paris Rose and children of Daysboro visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday Bessie and Alba Garringer who are attending school at Berea are expected home this week Jolly John Pieratt closed the auction at Days store Saturday and left for his home at Kiddville Miss Flora Lykins of Cannel City has been visiting friends and CityforDec 1x3Tr0L1T Badly Mixed Up Abraham Brown of Winterton NY had a very remarkable expe rience he says Doctore got bad ly mixed up over me one said heart disease two said kidney trouble the fourth blood poison and the fifth stomach and liver tryingElectricing me to health One bottle did me more good than all the five doc tors prescribed Guaranteed to cure blood poison weakness and allstomach liver and kidney com plaints by all leading dears OOr Calloway Sebastian Improving Our Man About Town met with Jim Henry Sebastian of Daysboro Tusday morning and learned from him that his son Calloway Sebastian who is at the Good Samari tan Hospital in Lexington is doing nicely under the treatment of Dr Waller Overtoil Bullock a schoolmate of the editor in ante bollum days ave nearly a half century ago Dr Bullock told Jim Henry that Calloways case has been a record breaker anti thinks he will pull through At that date Callo way had safely passed the crucial J7 days and Dr Bullock said when he shall have passed the 550th that all danger is practically over I Heres Good Advice 0 S Voolever one of the brsl known merchants of La llaysville X YltroubJ led with 1piles apply Buck ions Ar= iicn Jail It cured me of thein fur goadt I years ago Curs v ery aoiv wound or abrasion r litIll leading deultfiv Jo1 A CJlIU 1t11u IHKiKNT DDtll ing niMr lwn Dominociiids j thej great combination game setdnmiji no shape with carol colors Play jcunU dominoes and m w stiles Sliowmo iiiid His Stick Paiivnt fascinated cliildivn delight od oli parts in uttractivu Faux ire paid TiOc Buys uwll girls make t I IuntiiiCiiso71 Choutmu St I I lUis MoI For SaleII otVer for sale at a sacrifice lily property in Hazel JOHN Greol1II Frankfort Ky r I WhVII Suffer If you suffer pain from any cause Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills will relieve it and leave no bad after effects Thats the impor tant thing Neither do they create a habit More often the attacks become less frequent or disappear altogether Dr Miles AntiPain Pills have no other effect except to re hove pain and quiet new oils irritation Vo never without Dr Mlle- sAntiPnln Mil M liusmnil and ron iiRtil 13 werp always subject to sick liradacho until we began using these 1llls and they hue broken them up entirely Dont think they have had to use them for six months I recommend them to every one A few weeks ago I heard an old lady friend was sick I went to see her She was down with LaGrlppe and nearly crazy with RWUIr backache I gave her one of Paln Pills and left another for her to take Inn short time They helped her right away aid she says nhe will never be without them again last winter my husband was taken with pluorMy on both sides nnd I know he would have died If It hadnt been for tho 1ills lu loss than half an hour he was sweating and went to bed and slept MRS G H WEBB Austlnburg Ohio AntiPainonlyifMiles Medical Co Elkhart lnd CDIS RHEUMATISMLUMBAGO NEURALGIA and KIDNEY TROUBLE DROPS taken literarily rids the liloud ot tbe poisonous matter and colds wblch are tbe direct causes of these diseases Applied externally It odordE almost In start relict from pain n blio n permancnl cure U beinz efiected by purirrlnstho bleed dlssolTlnis tbo poisonous nub stance and removing It from to system DR S D GLAND Of Drevjlon Oa nrltcet lOt bad been aIfrtor armtMror tan with Lumbago uid Itbuaaanal In tu triui ecuWodmother from inJloil orar 0 nit aim con v Itsil wHli a numberoliu b itih rlurlr found ootbtnc Ibat avo tbe nilrt atr6 ron I sBBOW I tliall wwrll It I rev vrootc fci- tor i rhomtlSa nilklaiJrMilwss t FRE LdrtdI I I L ot4DnOPatidr j u BHROPS can to uvcd piiv Jo f litl time vjlibemt acuuirl z c Uai j if- C iseutlcvca uf riin CKI sr uLtL 1 C l 1mu IIaNIII i o I 3 r r fi t J jA JJ JIT f iircpt KC 1tt Lm 1t t11iW Ni N w I TnUe wiQcnastaf Bank t KYtr X II ViTiirRiiis President ts 1 f yftlliiniUuiiiii liicill utal i SOOOOdOO vii v nierliaiii luriu r traders and hiis o LastSS 4 ersevery lCIItrlIn the ninsl lilunil A a terms ulthiu the limits hiIf liuitlniate w v liankini luet2ly P +ti Woi W 1 I I71P jll 1W1J yJrn COJ f L y J Ii L y t 4 THE HERALD iuterwl nt the lln rl Orppii 1on- totlicarrr1nA rln niiittiT SPENCERLCOOPER w EditOr HAZEL CREEN KY V- TIUHSDAY IhcI Hl07j mu ii ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR are authorized to announceTUTTWe S Tt TT as a candidate for the office of CountyL Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announceSMITH1 1 HOY SMITH as a candidate fur the office of SncrlH of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER DYER We lire authorized to announce Ueo P Dyer as a candidate for the office of Jailer of Wolfe County sub jject to the action of the Democratic part Where Kentucky Stands Educa tionally Statue Aridsi n SIKH thing We hope that Kn neb will ncvr have 1 k it it But vi also the rtiisoiis for Stato pride 11111 hopI urontly iticwn d in t Cdniiij veal l+ Ami uv liflicv tint rt present our 5 titfc jiiiik woiiiilI I if more whuit oim if wi lIfilI1i it to those snljcts which niinrdllI reasonnlile foundation Vo have receutlyheard in Central Kentucky ft mini her of speeches and popes ill educational conditions in the tat ome of these were pretty sombre and others hue that fa milinrring of complacency that has become almost characteristic of the Kwntuckian when he speaks of his own state and his own peo ple The Herald wants to be able to speak with complacency of Ken tuckys educational advance in the near future and to that and we believe that it is salutary that wo should know definitely and think much of Kentuckys present edu comparedwithIn a bulletin issued some time since by the United States Bureau of Education tables were given showing the rank of each state in per centage of illiteracy of the population 10 years of age and over This is considered n fair way of estimating popular illiter acy because it has been found generally true that a person reach ing 10 years of age without learn ijug to read read or write does not thereafter learn to road and write Ranked by her foreign white pop ulationwhich is of course n very small fraction of her whole popu lation Kentucky stands in this list of fifty states and territories twontyHghth from the top Hank ed by her colored population she stands thirtyfirrt hanks by her whole population including col ored foreign whito and native white she stands fortysecond Ranked by her native white population alone she stands fortythird Th other words when she is de prived of the help given by the oolored population and by tin foreign white she stands eighth from the bottom of the list of fifty states and territories Georgia with her Georgia rnc stands above her Arizona uid klaluuiw stand above her MississippiJ and Florida stand above her Can the native white Kentuckian in whose veins as we so often boast runs the purest AngloSax on blood in this country take much credit to himself whit hot contemplates theo figures IsI not deop humility and a determination I to mend matters the proper state of mind for the native white Km tuckian wlun ho talks of odinu tional conditions in Kentucky M McD BitKCKKMiiiJttE Editorial in Lexington Herald I OASrOElIABears theThu Kind You Have AJwajs BougH 8lgttatltrsn dflfl WantedA dressed hog about 150 Ibs net Apply at this office Central Kentuckys Favorite Dem ocratic Paper for S250 a Year Kentucky Evening Gazette makes a jpeeial mail rate for paid in advance sulscriptios fpr I P Tin tKentucky Evening Gazette iiis al I rrady the tlvorii newspaper of the Dem rats oIt Central Kentucky lKor the r lit prj tai e11lpnign of S rlIlrrt I i 1 h 11 ii t I1 press rpoit of ttin I IIi ited lr icialion and the I Most roinplelc Itnjil and slide service of any afternoon paper in the wholeeastern section of Kentucky It iis a staunch Democratic pnper standing for the su premacy of Democratic principles in party ailVir and devoted to every move meal tending to promote Democratic unity and harmony and the return of the Democrats to rower in Kentucky I The Gazette is the sort of newspaper that the Democrats who read for n week will want to read for all the time It has many features that will appeal to every member of the family and is in every respect a clean first class family newspaper For the first two weeks of January the Gazette will make the bargain rate of X26P for paid in advance HiliHTiptHiii Xo subscription after this date will be taken for less than the regular price of 100 Tin KiHTiCKY Evrjcivo GAXFTTI Incorporated Cnirx Illiiod Skin Uha8 Cancer Orcntnxt mood Iurlllrr Free If ynur blood I impure lldn diseased hut or lull of luiiiiori If you have blond poison fiincir rarbunclM online sores scrofula eczema Itiliing risings and humps trabhy pimply Ma bone pains catarrh rile unia IIIII or nnv blood or skin disease take Jiotiinic lilnml Hnlm II II II Soon nil oreN heal aches and paliii stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggists or I by express fl per lurco bottle Sample IVf bv u riliiif Illood llaltn Co Atlanta On it It n Iin especially atlvisxed for rbrnnle deepwnlril innv us it cures after Lilt elJ hd Lexington Herald for 1908 Annuariiirgiiin iiflor by the leading iiiirniuif pupor in Oiitrnl Kentucky Luiviii lij i ii in ol MVernl years I Iat the miiiinginiiiit of the Lexington j He r ir Illhfr jireinl bargain of f per veor for paid in advance subscription for the yrar IOs This offer is made to old as well as to new subscribers but old subscribers must pay Up to January I IKIS at the regular rate of i per year to bo in position to take advantiigt ul the oiUr The Herald iis the leading Democratic paper in Kentucky outside of Louisville with the report of the Associated Press nnd a large and competent tall of special corn poiideiits It has tiiaisiiil mws fa cilities Its market reports are accurate and they are worth more than the price of a years subscription to the farmers Rod business men The Herald makes a specialty of racing and baseball news iiml other sporting events The Sunday Herald is not surpassed by any Sunday in the and it has equtifs popuIlationI pages with superior magazine features and comic section in colors I The offer of ri per year is only for the first fifteen days of January after that the regular rates will apply hand your subscription to local agents or send di rectly to the Lexington Herald Circula tiou Dermrtmen Tits LKXIXOTOX HIRAII Coy Incorporate- dCOMMISSIONERS SALE I I Wolfe Circuit Court Kentucky FIOYK DAY COMMUTER Plaintiff HRaiiiit TAMES Bern lit Defendant B VIUTlKof a Judgment and Or l der of Sale of the Wolfe Circuit Conit rendered at its May Term 1007 I in the above call e for tbe sum of eighty one and MOO dollars with interest tit frolllilthepaid and 1700 costs herein I shall proceed to offer for gale at the court house iI door in Cain ptnu to the highest bidler at public auction on Monday the lith day of January IiOs at one oclock p m or therealnt being County Court lily upon a credit ofsix months the following described property to witIA certain tiact of land situateii in Wolfe county Kentucky on the watar- of Ited river on ValkerV creek and i bounded as follows Hc inning at a spruce pine stau1iII Oil n lIir4 on plot thoiice N 14 W 400 feet to u take at the railroad I CJ on plat I S 2 s 01 po to II stake S fi9 K 21 Ipo to a stake on tillIrthe club thence with the tp of the cliff iiml with the line if lot No J X 18 K LlI poles to a Htakr SI1 IK M po to u stake fI N Ifi 12 E 20 po to the place of begin wing Or Kufliuiciit thereof to produce I the sUllli4 of money fco ordered to made III For the purchase price time with approved surety or securitit must execute bond bearing legal interest from the day of Halo until paidsurd Imviiiq the force and cfleet of a judgment Hit promptlyC C FITLKS Commj By 1 It HOLLON inerI Dec 12 1907 A Mr Bicknell of Berea rent ed the property recently vacated by Robert Cecil and wife and has moved his family here He will be engaged in preaching for some of the Christian churches in this vicinity ANJ in great variety and uptodate in style are selling here AT COST to close them out If you need a wrap NOW is the time to get it Theyll not stay in our house long- sa =SO COME A JUMPIN IF YOU WANT INt JOHN M ROSE SONS NOTICE The stockholders of the Mn7f 1 Orn Hank will meet in the tlflile of said bunk on Saturday December JlI IOT for the purpose of IectillglfIif for the year IOS II F IIKUATT Dec ro 1M 7 resident IXsTUttTIVKIXTKIlKSTIXCi I Correct English How to Use It 1 Monthly Mngiini Devoted to the IV ol English lOSElIIIXK TtUCK IIAKKIl ElMTOH- IMIiTIAI CONTEXTS our in Ciranimar How to Increase Ones Vocabulary Till Art of Conversation Shall und Will Should sad Would How to I le Tlieiu- IronnndiitioiiK Century Oietlonaryi Corrcct Knglitih in the lone Correct English in the School i What to Say and What Sot to Say Course in Letter Writing and Punctuation Twenty Daily Drills Business InulWi for the Business Man Coniiiound Words How to Write Them Studies in English Literature AGENTS lnEfIII I 100 a Year Send lOc for Sample Copy 111II COnnECT ENGLISH EVASSTOV I THECsoilLoX191111nor g The CecilLou Millinery hnvo ro coived their stock of fall ant winter lading furnishing goods hats latest creation both trimmed timid untritumed latest frumes nnd trimmings Also n complete line of dress goods and trimmings readvmado skirts shirt wnists silks underwear hosiery gloves and the finest lino of ladies and displayinThe ladies are requested to call and see before buying Our stock comes from the fore most firms of Cincinnati and you are sure to got the latest styles in everything when you buy from us Respectfully CEOIL LONG w JL IathekrlIj 1 r5 e iJfI iJ 4 4s f it CHILDRENS CLOAKS l gram lnF7tlMARION1 t JL II 4 4 4 4 RL7i GD ik rrt1 1I JJIUKCTOUS E H SMITH H F PIERATT- T M LEE J P ROSE a J T WHALEY BEN MURPHY H E ONEY E F CECIL JAMES B ELKINS I This ISiink oiiits the accounts of Merchants Farmers traders and Business Men generally Most Liberal = TerniH within the limits of legitimate banking v Y = = = = =I t t I t Ladies Dress Goods l In Fancy and Fashionable Patterns Hamburg Laces as fineltJj Jas looms can make i GENTS FURNISHING GOODS in i i eluding ties shirts collars suspenders etc j Prints of the Ej latest design and DomestIcs bleached and unbleacheda l line of Rugs including Brussells and ingrain weaves Oils J Paints Drugs Glass Putty Stoves Tinware Crockery c iE 1 CLOTHING SHOES HATS CAPS inQudless varietyi and great quantity so low in price you will Sii Siibe1 bound to buy Did we hear somebody say GROCERIES fl IL JJI Ioll weve got emaud canned goods of every kindAp lUJll t3 Peaches Peas Tomatoes Corn jv lEijBut pshaw I Come and see RespectfullyEE i L SAMPLELP od W J VIJ i A NEW MILLINERY 1 11 DRESS MAKING ESTABLISHMENT Misses Nancy MIJ8IfPCfI Troy OVER JCASII SAMPLES HAZEL GREEN KY hi 0 r Misses MAPEL TROYuAnnounce to tho ladies of Hazel Green and the surrounding coun try that they have just opened an uptodate Millinery and Dross artisticallyiplensei I the In addition to the millinery business which includes all the lat est trimmings wo have a Dress Making Department complete with + charts etc ready to cut and make Ladies and Childrens Shirt Waists Sacks and indeed all kinds of sewing We aro located over Kash Samples store and we assure you that all our goods are firatclana and prices as low as anywhere Call and see the stock for yourself k Soliciting your patronage we remain Yours RespectfullytMAPEL TROY ti 1 L iitft1 M q yr qrj I 2 Stops Hair L tFailingAyers Hair Vigor new im proved formula will certainly stop Falling of the hair Indeed we believe it will always do this unless there is some disturb ance of the general health Then a constitutional medicine may be necessary Consult your physician about this Does not change the color of the hair JToraul with aaoh bottle y Shew it to your 1thanhim doot6r bout 11 do II haq- The F reason why Ayers Hair Vigor stops falling hair IIs because it first destroys the germs which cause this trouble After this is done nature soon brings about a full recovery restoring the hair and scalp to a perfectly healthy condition Mado bytho J C dyer Co Lowell raer THE HERALD Miss Mollie Onoy is visiting at- Lee City this week Pay what YOU owe us so that WE can pay somebody we owe cac Burt theThe Kind You Have Always Bought SigastnroEG allofr W C Cunare of Chicago was a guest of the Day louse Monday night C F Kaph and Charlie Hose are rttcnding court nt Mt Sterliiij this week YOU are maybe in arrears for this paper If so please come in and pay up Miss Junia ROHO of Leo City was in town Saturday shopping and visiting n Mrs C F Kash and sou Carl visited Johnnie Kash and wife of near town Sunday Uncle John ilion and family are now domiciled in tho Ed Cecil property on East Main street Edward Mclntoshof Lacy creek and Miss Nancy Miller of Perry county were married last week Ou3LJSTC3TlXja Beau theThe Kind You Have Always Boutt Signature YIot Curtis Pieratt and family will this week move into the old Uncle Pres Trimble homestead here iin town Maybe have moved Irs Nannie Craven left Mon day for Mt Sterling where ihi will bo the guost of her cousin Miss Ella Trimble for an indefinite period Harry Thompson of Jackson iis a guest of the Day House and iis thinking of again locating in our town of which he was a citizen a decade ago- Aside from those elsewhere men W tioned J W B Evorsole of Lou isville and Dr Brock Cox off Campton registered at Day lions since last issue Henry Cecil and family now in Montgomery county will soon remove to Hazel Green and occupy the now dwelling and hctt1 IniilIt by Undo Charley Cecil i iMrs if D Motley of Elol diet Saturday night and was buried Oil G Tuesday She formorly lived lI- the Consolation neighborhood and had a host of friends who will re Bret very much to hoar of her de misoElder D G Combs hold a meet hug at Flat Woods in Morgan last week and aroused tho enthusiast of the members so that they have promised to build a now house 01 worship n Q Daniel Murphy tho son of J Miles Murphy of Bedford Iowa whose illnoss was last week mentioned diod about a week ago ac t Mrtand Mrs W T Caskey H F Pieratt of Madison county came in Tuesday and will romair hero until after tho election of tin officers for the Hazel Green Bank of which ho is now the president which is scheduled for Saturday Dec 21st I L Predicament of a Paralytic Old Uncle Wilburn Long an itii rent preacher of tho Grassy Creek neighborhood had a narrow escape from drowning a few days ngu The old gentleman is a par tial paralytic and while trying to avoida mudholo near Doc Stam pers on tho Greer branch of GIn Rv he stubbed his too and fell headforemost into the hole whtcli tI as about three feet deep in mud and water Ho floundered around for nwhilo and fortunately extricated himself but was halffrozen and nearly drowned Our inform ant Mort Wilson says that Rob Price discovered the old mans predicament and took him to a I nearby mill where he was soon washed up and warmed or he pos sibly might have perished from the chilled condition he was in Until January 1 1008 we will receive renewals and new subscribers at 75p for twelve months but from that date the price will bo 100 a year Paper is so high we are forced to raise the price and ALL WHO ARE BEHIND on sub scriptions MUST PAY UP or they will have to settle with the newspaper collectingi agency which is in no wise mealymouthed about dun ning Curtis B Rose middleman nnd general malinger of tho fit m of John Zlr Rose tl Sons of this place for a your or sn past left Monday for Huntington W Ya where ho will tho float of the year go on the road for Biggs Watts i Co wholesale dry goods and notion dealers of Unit place Curtis Rose is n young man of exceptional qualifications as a business man boiugontorprisingpaiii9takingand accommodating and if ho does tot add materially U the business of the firm with which he limos en gaged wo will have missed our guess Kind of Letter We Like to Got MAYTOWN KY Dec 10 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky My Dear Sir You will please find enclosed my check for Two Dollars Send me the Courier Journal and murk me up on TIIK IlKitALD Respectfully yours C A SAMPLE Heres wishing you a merry X mas and a happy new year Byrd McNabb son of 0 W Mc Nabb of the Chapel branch has- a case of double pneumonia and is confined to his bed in conse quence Double pneumonia is ex plained as involving both lungs and is therefore dangerous Byrd is a fine young man universally likedand all who know him hopo he will soon pull through and be himself again u The editor and his better seven eighths acknowledge the receipt of two souvenir cards depicting the City Park and City Park Dam re spectively of Fort Worth Texas JepthaeFallen of Wilmer Texas nee Miss Avn Swango of this place who has our thanks for the cards and kind I remembrance u For IluHlnPhv Dr 1111e Ustiiain 1ii I IElkinsCenter IIMnrtied of the brides parents Judge G T Con tor and wito on StilhvatT on Wednesday Dec IS1 Sam r Elk ins of Campton and Mis 4 Milli Coiitfr Ill groom is our among tho hast young mrn in the county both in a social and 1 business souso Ho wna for a tium immrctcd nith time Farmers and Tradrs UUIkfll j Campton wlir iv ho bas adIIcashier and has besides holdsev eral positions of trust The bride is said to bo one of the prettiest girls in the county of lovable disposition and is highly esteemed for her social qualities Ton IIKR ALP therefore opines that ths union of two souls with but a sin gle thought and two hearts that beat as one will be an event of perpetual pleasure and prosperity Clay Cecil and Miss Nancy Sam ple of this place attended the I nuptials and the latter brought the editor a piece of tho brides I cake to dream on I A Dangerous Deadlock that sometimes terminates fatally is tho stoppage of liver and bowel functions To quickly end this condition withou tdisogreeable sen sations Dr Kings Kmv Lifo Pills I ramedyIin every case or money bnckat lending dealers pie R T McLiu accompanied b1 two of his daughters Monnie and I Mildred and his nephew and niece I 10111Isupervise the Christmas shopping of the youngstersiI i FARM FOR SALE Until solll I otter at private contract my fnrm situated on the l lulr std Mt i Sterling turnpike 10 miles from latter t theti building nil in good shape tobacco barn ami an extra good stock turn orchard with fruits ot all kinds There are ji acre the majority in blue gro Two good cisterns one at the house mill one at barn with plenty running water I Call and see place or write to E T TlIumIRoute 3 Mt Sterling KII Great Combination Offer of Lex ingtons Leading Newspapers The Lexington Herald every morning including Sunday and the Kentucky i II exceptSundayThe Kentucky Evening Gazette and the Sunday Herald 400 This offer ia good for the first fifteen days of January After that the regu liar subscription price will prevail GAZETTE PUBMBUIXU Co- IncorporatedI i I I CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought I I theI l IrcY- II KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR COUCHSPRICEFree AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG THOUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTOB OR MONEY REFUNDED I OtCacO 9f uTuutQa tOa ICOJO J719DII II 011 1Rapidi changes of temperature are hard 1onthe toughest constitution g I The conductor passing from the heated g tOtinside of a trolley car to the icy temperature 0i 0 of the platformthe canvasser spending an 0fr 0 hour or so in a heated building and then IQI I 0walking against a biting wind know the g gdifficulty of avoiding coldzgScott J Emulsion strengthens tOt body so that it can better withstand thea= danger of cold from changes of temperature 0t o 0I zItwill help you to avoid taking cold 00t 8ALL DRUGGISTS 5Oc AND SIOO 3I 00000000000000000000000000 OiJ lit Tho Kind 7 ou Have Always Bought and which ions bcca in uso for over 30 years has borno tho signature of i and has been made under his per sonal supervision since Its Infancy Allow no ono to deceive you In this All Counterfeits Imitations anti Jnstasgood arc but Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIAI Castoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic Hiibstunce Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worm and allays Fcvcrlshncss It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates tho rood regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THC CCNTAI COMPANY TT MURaT STRICT New TORt CITY J MJ Hazel Green Academy Fall Term Opens Sept 10 1907 Indications now foretell the largest attendance in tho history cf the school for tho Fall Term The COURSES OF STUDY have been revised so as to afford thr best advantages possible for young men and women who desire to bet ter prepare themselves for teaching or wish to prepare for the STATE CERTIFICATE or the STATE DIPLOMA The ACADEMIC COURSE well equips the student for the SOPH OMORE YEAR in College The Faculty is composed of Eight Teachers Careful attention iis given to each student FHEEII IESFnll Term of I14I seek = OCO Wintsc Torm of JlI weeks foiH Spring Term of 11 weeks oOO Board with Heat aid Light 200 per week Furnished Rooms Fre Write for Catalogue M Os CARTER SeeyTreaseH J UERTHICK Principal CECIL BROSD Is headquarters for Shoes Ladies and Gents and the finest line ever seen in Hazel Green Our Ladies Dress Goods Do nestic 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 i1 UOSi H oo tMiin ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and Cotmselorsatfaw CAMPTON KY This firm will practice in all the Courts of Wolfe and adjacent counties Special attention given to Corporation Law and Real Estate Litigation Offices Second Floor Farmers and Trad rs Dank u DAY HOUSE ITaxcl1 Green Kv Mrs 1U I AV Proprietor Nest table tart in Eastern Kentucky A large sample room connected Heated lUll lighted by gas throughout and specUl ac uuuinuulutioiis to traveling men Nervous or Sick Headache wilt yleM quickly to the Influence of Dr Miles AntiPain Pills SS doses 25 cents r I v I IL- Ii 7- l TAX CONFERENCE Students of National Fame Will DiscussTlxatlonat Columbu- t j In response to a call In August by Ctovaroor Harris of Ohio there will be held In Columbus Ohio November 12 national1 conferences of the National Tax association Delegates have been appointed to this meeting by the governors of nil the states and It VIJ1Iln addition be attended by many tax experts from all over the country The discussions will take a wide range covering every phase of fhe question of taxation Such a gathering as that which Is to tIe held In Columbus will result In disseminating a great deal of Infor mation on the subject of methods of taxation and Is bound to stimulate ftlll further the Interest In this re form Governor Beckham has ap pointed three gentlemen to represent the state of Kentucky It Is very much to be hoped that theywill attend as Kentucky has as great an interest as any other state in this question and very much greater Interest than some other states that have made more progress than we have toward a better tax system The Proposed Reforms The purpose of the conferences are thus announced To secure an authoritative and an ohaustlve discussion of the subject nf state and local taxation In all of Its detailsTo a volume of proceedings containing the best thought of those who by reason of their special educa tional training and practical experi once are qualified to speak with au thority upon the special branch of the subject they may elect to discuss To furnish to the members of the legislatures of the several states a concrete uptodate statement of the economic and business principles that nhould be applied In state and local tax legislation to be ueed as a guide lor their action when considering pro- posalsI to improve the tax laws of their i epectlye states and in the adminis tration of the same By this means to secure the applica tion of correct economic and business rindples In all tax legislation and unftornij1tstates By securing uniformity lu state tax fawe to eliminate the evil of changes In legal residence and in the location of business undertakings Induced by I differences In state tax laws and create renditions of high value in 10II iif the effective and economical agement of the financial affairs of all Hate and local governments The following partial list of papers sad their authors shows that the dis missions at this conference of the many branches of the subject of state and local taxation will command the attention of the intelligent public throughout the country I The Topics PropcsedrSeparation of State and Local Rev manes By Professor Edwin R A fiellgman Columbia university New York city Separation of State and Local Rev nuts By Professor T S Adams WlKoi1 DIversity Madison Vls t jf Public Service Cor porara By Carl C Plehn proves nor ot ivanse and statistics Unlvrrs I Hy ol California Berkeley Cal ex pert on taxation and pnbllc finance state of California commission ou revenue and taxation Taxation of Public Service Cor Iterations Hy Professor Adam Shout Queen university Kingston Ontario member of tx commission province nl OntarioOutline of a Mode System of State and Local Taxation By Lawson Pur ily president of board of taxes and assessment New York city Hwnt Rule In Taxation By Solo non Wolff member of Louisiana stare tax commission NPW Orleans La Enoch IBnsleys Contribution in Taxation Llieiatim By M El hr galls chairman txcCutlvc eommiHor C C C St L lluilroad company Cincinnati 0- Incidence of Taxation By A 0 Pleydc secretary o Now York Tax Reform association New York city Hiibstituttes for Ilnonal Property Tax By Harry Friedman New 1urh city Tlio Economical rill Statistical Value of Uiilform Stite Laws on the sSbjec of State and 1oral Taxation tiy L n Power chief statistician rf r UK bin can of tho census Waishlusto n Ctitgds of Assessment UK An died to SivruI CavHVs of Subjects By James IK Boyle professor of eco nomics and political science Stat University Illl North Dakota Orainl Forks N D- Taxjatiou of Incomes By Charles Leo Raper professor of political teen omy University of North Carolina Chanel Hill Noah Carolina L Your PassingShadow J24 m Unit RuleioBy William 0 Ma thews attorney of Ohio Tax league Cleveland 0 The Single Tax By C B Fille brown president of the Massachusetts Single Tax league Boston Mass Relation of Taxation to the Credit System By W G Langworthy Taylor professor political economy and commerce University of Nebraska Lincoln Neb- Taxation of Money and Credits By Frank G Prerce secretary of the League of Iowa Municipality Mar BhaJllovrn la Anyone wishing to buy a good 200 razor can get one at 100 as long as they last by applying at this office tf OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blcod in your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes yourtv purifiers they 1 I ter out the waste or Impurities In the blood If they are sick or out doiceI Pains aches and rheu matism come from ex cess of uric acid In the neglectedkidney unsteadyheartthey had heart trouble because the heart Is overworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries urinarytroubleskidneysbutall constitutionalI diseases have their begin ping ft hAiey trouble If you are sick you can make no by first doctoring your kidneys mistakeI and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy IsIsoon realized It stands the highest for wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and Is sold on Its merits KyJIr by all druggists In flftIncentandore dolluazMes You may have a sample bottle by mall Home of swunpnoct free also pamphlet telling you how to iind oulff you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer Be Co Eingnamton N Y Jot mike any mistake but remember III rzme Swamp Root Dr Kilmers SwnpRoet ana Jh addrsJi Bfngiiatrioa tV Y on 5try cattle GET RICH QUICK 1111 Schemes of this class have apai once to grief along with the pullibl investors causing serious loss t nuoccni business concern as if always the case of panics iii 7rll fL While this last lesson iis yet frcsi mind it is an opportune niomen o consider causes and means t void like trouble in the future Direi your attention to t1a- reatestf all Newspapers the Ciu 11tatiiauuirer From itscohimir Ie can readily detect the trcJ c urreucyts lodging places 1b h3in handled uses mad of itIn uul rcdls AvMin you read quotationsI t lirai rl GGfy and koivViiiv c cry HrUire fixing Stitr ot chin fwa the retaile io Vuitc lilci GvtrtUft- Ai tt Crv tXfvfr 1 c bLjl jcij t1 C 1 i1 siffii L stiy csulirit eiiau 1111I g Xfplc tot rvoiij IT rc oilov the channel of miccest I Its txi iiic rwl high price iii le secret cf its abiliiy to ditvuvvr 11111 7i arid b rve its jrfiri vitb M tc news and ItttI A pvoplc in every callinjf of lift I The NVcculy Fnquircr for the year IfHiS hats greatly increased it Clubbing ers which viv iicludt i the atr t filcct and jjuiliv jnh Ijcations ff the day at pric slightly over hdi the regular Snbscriptioi rates Do uri overlook the fact that the year JOUH promises to excel in pros perily any of the past and that the Enquirer printed at Cincinnati Ohio is one of the most reliable sources of information i 1o i2 I Womens troubles throw a cloud over their lives which neglect may cause to become permanent Make yours Into a passing shadow by taking a medicine that acts directly on your womanly organs the dJs order of which has caused your womanly troubles The right remedy for you when you have headache backache nervous spells dragging pains Irregular functions etc Is Wine of Cardui i Mrs R H Lawson of Sprott Ala writes I suffered with female troubles for I2n years tried 4 doctors they did no good so I took Wine of Cardui I have taken 1IB bottles feel greatly relieved and am better than In 20 years Sold by all reliable druggists In 100 bottles Trylt MedicalrvniiLAddress Ladles AUvIioy D t t Tta Outtulooyt Medldm eo pwtunoon Tea i Buggies l BuggiesI The citizens of Hazel Green and this vicinity are herewith informed that tkey can now buy lrst class buggies at home I am prepared to furnish the best made andat reasonable prices I dont han die anything but firstclass buggies and I willihaveI 68Reinember if you want a FIRST I CLASS BUGGY one that will giveI satisfaction in comfort and wear I can supply you HazellGreen FruitOrnaIIlontaI1 Trees Shrubs Grape Vines Asparagus Every th i n g for Orchard Lawn and Garden We employ no agents Catalogue on Appli cation H F HILLENMEYER LC SONS LEXINGTON KY GEORGE RICE UNDERTAKERHAZEL I have several fine Coffins in my shop and am prepared to make any style to order and on the most reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse and will attend all burials when so requested Public patronage is respectfully solicited I 25tf GEO RICE mEN MURPHY DEALER IN GENERAL STORESN- EOLA KY Offers the citizens in and around Hele I chawa the best line of goods ever seen in I this section at the price A big round I youICountry produce and railroad ties taken in exchange for goods and your patron age is respectfully solicited Until you buy from him you will never know how i much you can save I THE MIDWINTER TERM which iis tin rush t rni opens i JANUARY 21 i Do you want to ba a working unit in tho livest most ambitious bodyJoft I l KentnckyIii IappointmontI President of the K K S N S for a catalog telling him what studio you desire Address IL N IIOAIIK 1024 RKMIMOXU Kv rf ONE DOLLAR BUYS The mountain Poole of KentuGkg IThis popular book which is now in its fourth edition will for a limited time be sold for 100 the copy postage prepaid to any point in the country Press and people are lout in praise of it and patriotism prompts many to buy it Why not you You will want it for your children No better testimony to the worth and success of that most admirable work done for the Kentucky uiountiilnvers may he found than this book by Win HHaney a mountain boy Sir Iluney Is 23 years old he was born In Morgan County trod is an excellent ex ample of sell rellance typical of his sturdy race lie has conquered dltliculties ofpoyer ty und other hnniperin circumstances defraying the expense of his own education by the work ot his hands while lie was at Hazell Green leadenly Itarun and Kentucky State College Meantime he has purchased a tonne fur his father and iunthi r has written this book and again It may bo repeated that he is ratty in his twentyfourth year Two purposes seem to animate the pages of this hunk ID d srrihi mountain life Ius it actually Is and to correct tho wronir impressions nf it others have striven to foist On the public Mr lluney gives an historical sketch of the mountain people attributing to inherited traits and the Kentucky environment the charuuteristics that ilistiniiilslied them Social conditionsFeuds Industries Education Polities Iteligloo nod the Outlook successfully allord Mr Hatiey subjects for interesting discussion he has known mountain life in Its earlier eondillous its well as fn recent years when conditions haIbeen soni what Ira roved great as is still the mrd for morn improvement and for earnest help from the outside world beyond the nionntiiins loath indeed one of the wisest things Mr honey says is that it Is not only help from beyond the mountains that is need ed As he suggests that if the mountain people who have had the benefit of education will give state of their lives to those of their blood whom they understand better than alien teachers could do this will he a decided gala for the mountain communities Mr Haney writes in a direct style In gndculish that reflects credit both on lice own industry and Iris teachers He laI Intelligent sympathetic optimistic and loyal In hit considerations of the mountain neoplo llu neognizfs till used tor industrial im sheRicherjy education and religion CourierJournal sleoo Buys It Address THE HERALD postpaid HazeJ Green KY t A dI iio1 J LL n r