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Digital page images are linked to the text file. y r Ii 7 J ltIEHAZEL GREEN HERALDulj Ii = H7 S Established March 4 1885 Made 1amous in tho Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell 0 IfOTWENTY1 111 YKAli HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DKCKMUER yij 1907 tT tn n o m H APF YearOwnerC lNir m I r cL I 11 III ff Lexington and E8sfm Bailrcyyyii Tabls in Sited 07 1C iiw s- LDailyex t tTimo WliST BUL D n S i tTIO II SunII I IUII A IVAr i5 10 alt0IJ 111 i1IIi 15 pin OAClutiHloii 2 9 iiu7 07 11110 Itonttyro12I u pm 7 30 am 40 Torrent 40 R 41 pm 71IS tllII NM nrllr I41 8 M pm 7 411 itn miiptnn J unto 4 M pm 8 in Htmiton il1 WllltJ 8 25 timifi2idChl Cityli 11 Iput 9 00 ant i70 IKJiiiicni 770 5 Pi pm 012 am Mi Wnher Nt ro nn 9 5i am UItedngonII I II EST 1ntJ n o2 1li1irI Dally ex1 = j STATIONS = IIIn1 Sunday i Sunday s- z PM 4- Ivel is IAatLye 2 25 pntl0Lexington R i I31 Rill 3 10 Winchester Su S I3 Rm PIIIIO 3 25 IrIuiicllnn S 2I pm 400 pmin CIR My Fl 9 3 sm 410 1111111111011 44 II 10 Rm 4 40 pm iKamptoii 0 3P pm llInIII4 45 pm 5i jNat 57 1I 41 win 4 57 pm 62 Torrent 162 III t1I inn 5 18 pm i01UenttvveJp 710 17 am- ti 10 pm90 OKJunun oll li am 6 15 pm04 1 Tckeon04 11 Jiit ate CONNECTIONS L K JUNCTION Trains XM 12 and 3 will make connection with the C O fly for Mt Sterling CAMPTON wTIoNTraina Nm 1 2 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central Ry for Pine Rldce and Campton BBATTYVLLK JUNCTION Trains Noa2- and 4 will make connection at Heattyville with the L and A Railway for passengers to and from Benttyvillc O k K JuNcTIoNTrains Xos 3 and 4 connect with the O K Railway for locall stations on the O K Railway W A MODOWBLL General Manager CRABSCOTTGen PaIR Agent OHIO KENTUCKY RAILWAY TIME TABLE MAY 21 1005 WEST BOUND Ho 33 IKI p= No 21T Dally ex = STATIONS DallYJex Sundayi ir PM ABB 0l7PMARB 5 20 6 Cannel City 22 12 35 4 55 11 Helechawa 20 12 ID- J 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 fl 3 52 22 Wllhnrst 0 11 44 3 10 27 O injunction 0 11 Iii 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND No 34 IKI SI No 22 DaUYlex n STATIONS = Daily eJ- 8uol1ay r Sunday AHLVK PM JAI 111 7 10 27Camlel City JO 1 00 r 7 33 21 Helecbawa 6 Iii7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hamptou 13 1 44 8 37 10 Wllhur t 20 1 51 9 25 1 OK Junction 22 225 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 NOl 21 aud 22 will make close connectini At O K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 fur points on the Lexington anil Eastern Hall way M LCONLBY Superintendent mountain tlflillo2g yot 1 No 2 DEPART AltniVK 000 am Campton It 80 am 2 00 p m Campton li5 00 p m No 2 No 1 ARRIVE DKIAHT 7 150 amCumpn ullcl0 05 urn pmIconnection with nil L tv 1C pas senger train- sDR C II WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON t HAZEL GREEN KY d OtTers his profeitional services to the till zoolof Hazel Green and lurrouiiiling coun try and willanswer all calls nf ftllellnn- O ce at his residence adjoining hazel Green flank KENTUCKY KERNELS fI Carefully Collated aud Concisely Chronicled While liiindliug a revolver the other day near Sergent Otto Welln ngcd I11 years accidentally shot anti killed his brother Denton Well aped 18 years At Black Bear mines near ten miners narrowly escaped lineIIItII ed to death last week by HII explosion 1111 ellbynp the Williamsburg iaiInd iliue inin have tcnllrreshlIon the chiir o The deputy jailer was thrown down but no one was injured I The Southern Coal surd Coke Co re cently otjlIuilcdl withII IOIIUOO has JHlrehll CllpltlililatlunllfI I coal lands in Knox county Mtart Ifvelopnients at once Tom Wnrley was killd the usher dayI near Corydon by a vicious hoi sc which I kicked him over the heart lIe was break intr a young horse and was trying to ride it when he watt killltlIThe Louisville and Nashville railroad depot at Greenaburg was broken into the other night und all the robbers lint was one dollar in pennies This is the fourth time the depot has been robbed I The Court of Appeals hay handed down a decision ntlirming the Circuit court hi the laud title cases of Eastern Kentucky This settles the titles to all early Virginia hull grants and gives the present owners a clear title In a light at Hawpsville one night Inst week amonc Sheriff Thomas 1 1 Kelly Crawford Mason mid John Adkius Jr the latter was shot throu rli tho left maul by Kelly and will probably die Kelly was badly beaten about the head iud face Shad Barnes aged 72 years nf Trimble county diedl just week from grip fol lowed bv pneumonia He was worth about 75000 owninc nearly 2000 acres of land He is survived by a widow and six children five sons and one daughterA Iis having things all to itself in the woods near Paducah For several nights cries of the animal have been heard anti no resident ventures out un armed Chickens and small pigs havo fallen victims to the cat and traps have proven useless- A goud roads meeting will 1m held in Louisville January I at which plans will be formulated to petition thin legislature to nuke an appropriation to build 1111themostly needed aroII John Sibree need lIi2 years and Tara llnlPlUllkforti I coulltY1IIlIdi grandchildren were present several nf whom were as oldas the step grand mother agaInsttheries sustained by Mrs Celhi Hanks when one of the company a engines struck her n- U at Winchester last April came to a Iud Glen termination Friday morning when 1111intillharlsult of her hurts Alleging that they were compelled to ride from Lexington ti Cincinnati in an nnbcated car January 4 IiOT and that therefrom tbev contracted severe colds and pneumonia four members fone funnily last week tiled suit in tilt Frank lin Circuit court acainst the Cincinnati Now Orleans and Texas Iacilio railway company for damages aggregating 171 000 In tbJ Knox Circuit rmirt Jame Hni eywas recent y given a sentence of two years for the murder of OHicer L R Campbell This sentence follows the conviction of Bev llaileywho received live years on the same charge John Bailey another brother who was tried on the sauce charge was acquitted Campbell ns killed at the Harbuttrvillc fair last October The false work of the Louisville and Atlantic railroad companys new bridge across the Kentucky river at lleidclburg Lee countv has been finished and the bridge itself will he completed in n short time HIiis said to he the strongest steel bridge that crosses the Kentucky river This bridge is part of the fourmile extension the Louisville and Atlantic is constructing from Heidelburg through the coal fields along Sturgeon creek in Owsley county The line will be in op eratlon by April 1 This extension Is being quite generally looked upon as the beginning of an outlet for the Louisville and Atlantic through the undeveloped coal and timber lauds of Southeastern Kentucky to seaboardcnunections Badly Mixed Up Abraham Brown of Winterton NY had a very rnmnrknhle expe rience he says Doctor got hud ly inixod up over me ono said heart disease two said kidney trouble the fourth blood poison and the fifth stomach and liver trouble so my wife advised trying Electric Hittnrs which are restoring mo to health One bottle did me more good than all the live doc tore proscribed Guaranteed to euro blued poison weakness and all stomach liver and kidney coin plaints by all leading dealer 0c Uncle Remuss Cover Incle 1emus Magazine for Jan uary hue a stunning animal cov orll by 11 J Dean whoso recent design representing Brer Rabbit in full flight mndo a big hit Brer Fox is the central figure this time and ho has under ills arm the life loss body of old Sis Goose Tho cunning grin and tho look of an ticipation on his face toll the whole story The cover is n vivid color scheme in red and black and is refreshingly different from the oriuary run of protty girl draw ings u CAMPTON CURRENCY n Tho young people of the town win cttlitbrnto Christmas with a CbriPtmns trHI tomorrow at I plII 11ev11 1 M1 Matthews tilled his regular appointment at the Met- hopit church Sunday morning and night BhoriiV Cox und deputing niv- jj busy this week preparing tlmir settlement fur state and county taxes for tho present tax year roe Murphy still remains rritic t ally ill with inllammatory rheu 111 11 ti Sill He iis not ably to get out of tho house nor attend to any business Miss IKIHe Klkins who was visit ing her parents at this place lust week left for Jackson Friday to f continuo her duties as saleslady in Days store Rev C F Oney will preach in tho Methodist church at this place on the night of the 28th and the Sunday following Hisi ninny friends at this place welcome him into our midst again Steve Tutt Jr who has bon in the army for the past three years during which time ho has seen I Philippine service came in home today to the satisfaction of his many relatives and friends The Knights of Pythias will publicly install their now officers at this place Jan 1 at 0 ocleck u Ill They invite members of adjacent lodges to be present On I the same day at 1 oclock pm the Red MenI will install their of ficers elect anti render a suitable program Dec 21l S S Heres Good Advice 0 S Woolever one of the best known merchants of Le Raysville N Ysays If you are ever troub led with piles apply Huuklons Ar i dcn Salvo It cured me of thom for good 20 years ago Cures jv cry sore wound or abrasion 5t ililt all lending dealers n To Any Young Man expecting to attend the Eastern Kentucky Stite Normal School at Richmond Ky Write to 1 S Boothe president Y M C A Richmond Ky at as early date as possible and he will make arrangements for meeting you at the train and finding suitable boarding place You can then come to tho office of thin president who will assist you in making out your course of study Weak HearI Acton Them UI r i1L i yes l1111 ion or 1ill 1KiI Yil hey hpI rt action is il t 1 i i lurt 1 tfi 1 iii I Ii i ebb or 1 01 ii t ihtil di tt tiJ FOI- tt l i I t I 1L401 i Cure i s a j h ii C1iiilttll y udtitl 1111t liecvls of llicic ueiVLS anil flip mus cular i it MUV of the heart iitt ir It h 0- iitit1 j tijll lltn- ibln r iv lief fJIil 34 t r I cth hat I tiats I t t t Yh 1I tbJLf 1- nl t n oj Ii a wln jh b ilaa ntnu Into i j n t t try I l u tans I t I not yiir i l I 110111 and this y i 11 I1 it writ tiuti IIn thu it I I N- tuttI oc vI1 IrH14 1 cldt irI r Cvvinwnt Kyt Your ir11 t rl Dr Mlc IartCure f Mi we tu uilij I m to rurnpria o fit toe voiily If it falls j to benefit you Medical Co Elkhart IndI IMiles A PROMPT EFFECTIVE REMEDY FOR LLFORM- SOFRHEUMATISM NeuralgiaKIdsy Kladrad O1aeaaea GIVES QUICK RELIEF AppllsJ externally It affords almost in stant relief from pain while permanent results are being eUected by taking It In ternally purifying the blood dissolving the poisonous substance and removing It from the system j DR SD BLAND Of Brewtoo Oa writes I hfel heeD a mffcrdr for a Dumber of y trtwith Lumbago and Ilbeunutlim In my arms and leg and tried aU the remrdltl thaI 1 could CtUi from medical orkfaod alto consulted with bell l4ij 1ctaa but found nothing QtIt relief obtained from rratcrlbe It In my pracllonodtotrbeuuatlam kindred dlMuw DRC L GATES Han rock Minn write Ameieglrlberabadiucbaw ek hekeaa 4 by Itmimiitlii sad Kidney Trouble tbet ebe could uu etand on tier tees The moment tbT put ticrdoirnontbe tloor ibe wouldI Kream with palne treated bar wltb rDHUISud today rbe tuna around ae well and hepp ee can be 1 prescribe 6 DROPS for my pautnte and are It In iny practloa FREEIf you are suffering with Rheumatism Lumbago Sciatica Neuralgia Kidney Trouble or any Uindred disease write to us fof a trial bottla of iUROPS PURELY VEGETABLES is enllrl Crt from opium cocaine morphine alcohol laudanum and other similar Ingredients Large SUe 111 lie 5III1OIW COO lIoulflUU Fur Sale by Uruiifl ti- IWANSOH RHEUMATIC CURE COMPANY Dept is itA Lat Street Chlcajo iN iI fR TUB iI1ofIes1ofO8I1kC r iWINCH TER KY X N H WiTHEnsroox President Ialll Up Clliltul I IS100IOIOO T Unillvlileil Irullln i IIIIUUOIIIIa f Uauilnomu Kxpmit nf t tinr i i i P5eo000UU J ThisI hank Hiillilis tin iucoiiiilx nlt iiiiTOiants Iarmvrt riiilfi taJ lbua iut H IIIIMI ionirnilt ilirnu liuut Fast 11IItI a trrin within tbe liuitslt Ifiiltiniite Itt bituUiiiCi luct2lr NN i s s NoiNwliMv oties1 Gi Z I THE HERALD Entrel nt the l1n11 Ur rn JotE olilcpti Kfio IuutterI r I t ao J1 t I d k I ii 0i k 0lljl1J n J = I T J PSPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL CREEN KY Tilt TMUY Da M WOi1 ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR TjITT We are authorized to announce lUI I v s Ti rr no 11 twliilnti frthe onif Cliity Court Clorkof Wolfe oountv subject to the action of the Democrat l party paR SHERIFF We are iiithuriil to IIIIWII SMITH Itoy SMITH H a candidate nceI tluMifliLV of Shiiiil of Wilf milijoet tIn ttit r i11 ii the Ih nii ratio party I FOR JAILER tonnllOlillceI n tonnllOlillceII1 ubliectty parIII j STRAY SnOTSI From an Illinois Correspondent Mis Ivory anil Xnimio Henry spot t SUIY aftirimmi with J n Swnngo jlrjj Cloy Swuugu viMli d this mi11 Satnrdnylitight1 Doyle Nickell liuulod a load of household plunder to Charleston Monday for Jim Rice Miss Kmina Nickelland brother Otis ppent several days last week with Mis4 Lizzie Arbuckel J n Swango left Saturday for an extended visit with his father Stephen near Valeria Ky J L Henry had a sale Dec 11 and with his family moved to Ok lahoma to make their future home Mr and Mrs Lum Pieratt left Saturday night for Maytown Ky where they will make their future homeQuite a number of friends gave Mr and Mrs Lum Pieratt a fare well party a few nights ago Those present were Misses Bessie Deese Addie Stites Dorothy and Nannie Perry and Nannie Henry j Messrs Norman and Bert McGuire Jim Rice Lee and Claude Cole Pearl and Carl Lacy Omar and Cy Per ry Otis Nickell George Craft and Lote Bryant i Mr and Mrs Tom Brown All report an enjoyable eveningDec 1 fitHUJDY MIZE MITES a Jim Perkins is giying entire sat isfaction as a teacher at the Mize school house Joe Lee Rose moved last week from J L Oldfields to a house on Phillips branch Miss Lillie Cecil of Grassy creek and Miss Laura Pack gave Mrs Maggie Jackson n pleasant call I Friday John Barnett and family moved last week from a log mansion on Phillips branch to a large edifice near the main roa John Barnott for many years a progressive farmer has laid the I 1 hoe to rest and gone to peddling pictures and says he is doing o k Kit Phillips has recovered from a two weeks spell of the grip How glad was a certain blueeyed damsel when she heard of his re coveryEllis Oldfield gave a spledid entertainment to a packed house at old Grassy church Saturday night with his moving picture show All were delighted We wore proud to note the first appearance of Mrs Lee Caskey in this section since her recovery from a long siege of sickness which came to her in June John Havens of this place loft recently for Magoffin county and returned Friday with Miss Lizzie May as his wife Now for contentment and a happy home they ought to subscribe for TIlE HER AIDDec 28 POET Pr Miles AntiPain Pills relieve pain Central Kentuckys Favorite Dem ocratic Paper for S250 a Year Kentucky Evening Gazette makes n peciiili moil rule for paid in advance sub ptiuosi for IIUS Tli Kentucky Ilivening Gazette iill nl oo th ifiii rir niWtii ir of the DeinirratH of Central Kentucky Fu- rtllllIt pt j K inl ml ciiiiipiiiii of ISiOS the Uazilto makes a special utter of J fill frI91 in nilvflnio uhicrlptintM li turil ii pi + tvport of the i ite l Pr Association rood the must complete local anil state wrvice of any afternoon paper in the whole eastern section of Kentucky It iis a staunch Democratic paper standing for the su premacv of l1IIIUMIUIi principles In pnrty afHiirK and devoted to every move u chit tending to promote Democratic unitv and harmony and the return of the Democrat to power in Kentucky The Gazette is the sort of newspaper that the Democrats who lead for a 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 tilt Gazette will make the bargain rate of M for paid in advance Mtlncriptionc No subscription after tic dte will ho tkcn for lest than the regular price of i 00 Tiii KKSTITKY Kvusixci GAnrrr I IInrorpirateii i ilirr Illmxl Skill IMriiHHM Cancer fiiiatiKt Mood Purifier free it cur blood lis impure thin dleafil lint or tail of liuniuri it you htve liliioil pnimin tanerr eiirliniteies ealinn sores siTolula eczema itching risings and humpy uralihy jnuiply skin hone pains catarrh rlieuiiintiMii or any blood or skin disease take Itntanir IIIno1 limit 11 H II Soon allI sure heal aches anti pains stop and the blood if made purr mid rich PrupcUts or liy express l per ltrui bottle Sample tree ovu rilingI lllond iitm Co Atlanta Gn II II B i + r pct iaily ndvicseil fr- chronic drpsclllc1lat as it cures after allele tails Lexington Herald for 1908 Annual bargain offer by the leading morning paper in ttntral Kentucky Following the custom of several years past the management of the Lexington ilearld offers another special bargain of 8ubscription to old as well M to new subscribers but old subscribers must pay up to January 1 1008 at the regular n to of SO per year to be in position to take advantage of the oiler The Herald is the leading Democratic paper in Kentucky outside of Louisville with the report of the Associated 1rew and n large and competent talIof special correspondents It has unusual news fa cilities Its market reports are accurato and they are worth more than the price of a years subscription to the farmer and business men The Herald makes a specialty of racing and baseball news and other sporting events The Sunday Herald is not surpassed by any Sunday equallliinpopulationpages with superior magazine features and comic section in colors The offer of 5 per year is only for the first fifteen days of January after that the regular rates will apply Hand our subscription to local agents or send di rectly to the Lexington Herald Circula tion DepartmenTHE HERALD Co Incorporate- dCOMMISSIONERS SALE Wolfe Circuit Court Kentucky FloYD DAY COMMITTEE Plaintiff against JAMES BUSH Jr Defendant BY VIRTUE of a Judgment and Or of Sale of the Wolfe Circuit lUOiInone and OMOO dollars with Interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from the 10th day of November 1893 until paidand 1700 costs herein I shall pro housedoorGtbdaym or thereabout being County Court day upon a credit of six months the following described property to wit A certain tract of land situated in Wolfe county Kentucky on the watars of Red river on Walkers creek and bounded as follow Beginningatasprncc pine standing on a cliff 4 on plat thence N 44 W 400 feet to a stake at the rail road 2 on plat S 28 W 91 po to a stake S 69 E 20 po to a stake on top of the cliff thence with the top of the cliff and with the line of lot No2 N 18 E 21 poles to a stake N 21 E 30 po to a stale N 46 12 E 26 po to the place of begin producethemadeFor purchaserwithexecute bond bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment Bid promptly 00 FULKS Commissioner By I n HOLLON D C Dec 12 1907 For Sale- I offer for sale at a sacrifice my property in Hazel Green JOHN W CRAVEN Frankfort Ky i A not forget that you can get I HnitAin and tlio A Farmer both one year for I WantedA dressed hog about 150 Hs net Apply at this I I to Use It A Monthly Mngizlne Devoted to the Use of JOSEIIIINK TUltCK BAKER ElUTOJi I IAKTIAL CONTESTS Course In Grammar i I Howl l Correct English III the School Twenty Daily Drills Business English for the Business Man Compound Words How to Write Tlitiu Studies In English Literature AGENTS WANTED 100 u Year Send lOc for Sample Copy CORRECT ENGLISH EVANHTOV ILl I I The CecilLong Millinery have received their stock of fall and win ter ladies furnishing goods hats I latest creation both trimmed and untrimmed latest frames and trimmings Also a complete line of dress goods and trimmings readymade skirts shirt waists silks hosiery gloves and the finost lino of ladies and The ladies aro requested to call and see before buying Our stock comes from the fore most firms of Cincinnati and you are sure to get the latest styles in everything when you buy from us CECIL LONG t t d I ty I I oqJi 1l I CHILDRENS CLOAKS i in great variety and uptodate in style selling here AT COST to close them out If you need a iwrap NOW is the time to get itiTheyll not stay in our house long SO COME JUMPIN IF YOU WANT IN JOHN M ROSE SONS ITIrE mlric1InI oflico- 1xaTiwcT1vEINTEitusliNt Correct English How EUJlIshI YocnbuloryI DictionaryCorrect SayCourse a4THEC- eoiLo9 millinery underwear displayin Respectfully ANn are Y1II 7 H F PIERATT President r E F CECIL VicePresnt KNIGHT Cashier =t S G SAMPLE Attorney IH rtwtihtt gtach = 3J 1500000 e e 1 II PIERATTriiii J T WHALEY BEN MURPHY I H E ONEY E F CECIL Iii JAMES B ELKINS This hunk solicits the accounts of Merchants Farmers Traders lint Business Men generally Most Liberal Terms within the limits of legitimate banking = = 0 =vt = f =L FvILadies Dress Goods L fineLi 8 il eluding ties shirts collars suspenders etc Prints of the IMJ latest design and Domestics bleached and unbleached j a rI OilsIjl ICLOTHING SHOES HATS CAPSIII 777ju ndless varietyi and great quantity so low in price you will nil be bound to buy Did we hear somebody say GROCERIES JJJ Well weve got emand canned goods of every kindAp and1ijButj I Il SAMPLElr 3 l r A NESN MILLINERYAND DRESS MAKING ESTABLISHMENT Misses Kanogc9 MaeIPoarI hogr t OVER KASH SAMPLES HAZEL GREEN KY Misses MAPEL TROYIAnnounce to the ladies of Hazel Green and the surrounding try that they have just opened an uptodate Millinery and count 1 Making Establishment Our line of hats aro the most trimmed ever seen in Hazel Green many of them being pattern hats and as they were selected by an expert milliner they are sure to please the most fastidious in taste In addition to the millinery business which includes all the latest trimmings we havo a Dress Making Department complete with charts etc ready to cut and make Ladies and Childrens Shirt Waist Sacks and indeed all kinds of sewing Wo aro located over Kash Samples store and we assure you that all our goods are first olaae yourselfSolicitingMAPEL TROY i r 5 11 11 ACough Medicine Ayers Cherry Pectoral Is a i regular cough medicine att J strong medicine a doctors medicine Good for easy i coughs hard coughs desper t ate coughs If your doctor I endorses it for your case take 1 It If not dont take it Never go contrary to his advice we publish our formulae We banish 1001101J A 7 from ourjmtdlolnt urce you to 1 lorsWe doctor your The dose of Ayers Pills Is small only I one at bedtime As a rule laxative doses are better than cathartic doses For con stipation biliousness dyspepsia sick headaches they cannot be excelled Ask your doctor about this Made by the J O dyer Co Lowell utI THE HERALD W T McGuire of Oakdale was visiting here Christmas W F Long is spending the hole idays with his parents at Salem Q sa z uJtL BrtheThe Kind You nave Always Bought gigaoC are 11 Burnie Finch is reported by Dr Nickellas having a sevoro case of typhoid fever Miss Arta Dyo is sponding tin Christmas holidays with Mrs Bob Wells of Wellington Our old friond S S Combs of Richmond has our thanks for a handof bluegrass tobacco Born to the wife ol John E Nickellof Daysboro on tile 23rd a big boy Dr Nickell officiating CASXI oaJ4Hear thethe Kind You Have Always Bought Signature Y I of j Miss Mollie Coldiron closed her school at Public Square the 20th much to the regret of both patrons and pupilsII Ponder Spencer of Fagan came up for a few days visit to Uncle j Erastus Brooks who is suffering with la grippe 1 Roe Nickell loft Monday for Richmond where he will try and c rent a Madison county farm for I the year 1008 j Dr Taylor Center reports the birth of a girl to the wife of Moran Spencer Daysboro Monday December 28 I The paper is short on locals and correspondence this week but in next issue we will thank all who remembered us Christmas OAFSr aJADear theThtKind You Have Always Bought BIgutue TI Mrs Marion Knight left Monday for Pleasureville where she will visit her father and mother during the holidays and maybo longer The notices to directors sent ont by the Hazel Green Oil and l i stockholdersi holders A letter from Prof Cord of Mt Sterling to W T Caskey states that Mrs Cord fell and broke tho daylastUnole Simpson Hall has been i confined a few days with la grippe but ie now able to carry the maili t again where he has boon engaged for the past year Only a few days remain in which to settle up and get TilE HEHALD for 76f Beginning next Wednes day Jan 1 1008 the price will braised 0 to 1 a year J D Poynter an export book keeper of Winchester has accepted the position of bookkeeping in J T Days store at this place and- will enter upon the discharge of his duties nbou Jan 111108 Dr F C Bakes who was located 4 nrillmnt N1I the last time JIttion of his whereabouts was wide in our columns is now al Ornugeburg S C At least out hotter seveneighths received ia Christmns gift from his wife n Tow days ago and on the wrapper ap penred the pines From Mrs F C Bakes Ornngeburg S C 01 course wo have no means of knowing how long they have been ai that point but presume he is prac ticing his profession and living there A Real Wonderland South Dakota with its rich sil ver mines bonanza farms wide ranges and strange natural forma tionsis a veritable wonderland At Mound City in the home of Mrs E D Clapp a wondertul case of healing has lately occured Her son seemed near death with lung and throat trouble Exhausting coughing spells occurred every five minutes writes Mrs Clappvhon began giving Dr Kings Now Dis covery the great medicine that saved his life and completely cured him Guaranteed for coughs and colds throat and lung troubles by all lending dealers 505 and 100 Trial bottle free Until January 1 100S we will receive renewals and now subscribers at 75fl for twelve months but from that into the price will bo 100 a year Paper is so high we are forced to raise tho price and ALL WHO ARE BEHIND on sub scriptions MUST PAY UP or they will have to settle with the newspaper collecting agency which is in no wise mealymouthed about dun ning 4 1 John Ward tells us that John Jeff Cox who formerly lived hire died at Hot Springs Col very recently ptobably not later than last week His death removes from the stage of action the last of the Cox boys of that family all of whom were Confederute soldiers He was a brother of Mrs John Ward of our town and Aunt Bet ty Rose of Glassy creek At the election of officers for the Hazel Green Bank last Satur day Dec 21 the following were elected for the ensuing year H F Pieratt president E F Cecil vice president i Marion Knight cashier Directors F M Phil lips R A Kash T M Lee H E Onoy H F Pieratt J P Rose Ben Murphy E F Cecil Mrs Hiram Shockey of near Daysboro died very suddenly Sat urday morning after suffering se verely throughout Friday night Drs Williams and Nickellwere with her during the time and ren dered every assistance that medi cal skill suggested to alleviate her pain and save life but their skill did not avail Elwood Daniel and his sister Roxie of Lexington are home for the holidays Elwood is attend ing State College and his sister Roxie keeps house for him He will return to school tho first of tho year but is not sure whether his sister will go or not I Cracker Noace of near town loft Monday for Porry county where he will visit relatives ant friends during the holidays Itvish Swnugo and wilo of Paris are visiting Mr Swaiigus latinI anti mother 11 H Uwungu urn wife of near towlI uud will rUe I main until after tho holidays taffy liosu of Lucy cri nk hns the tliuuk of thu iiiiior mind Ion bettor seveneighths for two large sweet potatoes and a poko of big hickory nuts us a Christmas gift Charley Ruse who Ions rented ia- I Madison county Turin which hi I will take possession of January 1 bought two good farm horses at the John Goso sale Friday for which he paid 100 cash II E Pieratt who was here fo a week attending to private business and the election of officerI for the Hazel Green Bank left j Monday fur his home in Madisoi county Ho wits reelectud presi I dent Everett Buck passenger cou ductor on the 0F K railway and his wife and baby girl of liaune City are visiting Mrs Hacks father and mother Mr and Mrs F I N Day und will probably remain through the holidays Mrs A MI1 Durlhiuk mother and P O Derthick brother of Prof II J Derthick are his guests I during tho holidays Mr Der thick is in busings at Jackson and his mother who lives in Ohio is spending the winter with loinI Galloway Sebastian who has been in the Good Samaritan Hospital ut Lexington aiuco aboutI Nov C undergoing needed repairs from a pistol wound came to his home at Daysboro Saturday and is doing nicely His uncle Squirt Shockey says that he looks u bit thin but otherwise is o k I T C Gose a prosperous farmer of Nickell on the 20th held a pub lie auction and disposed of all his farming implements live stock Household furniture etc etc He together with his wife and ohil dren will leave on the first of Jan uary for some point in Kansas where they will make their future home A Dangerous Deadlock that sometimes terminates fatally is the stoppage of liver and bowel functions To quickly end this condition withoutdisagreeable sen sations Dr Kings New Life Pills should always be your remedy Guaranteed absolutelysatisfactory in every case or money back at leading dealers 25ff Great Combination Offer of Lex ingtons Leading Newspapers The Lexington Herald every morning KentuckyEvening exceptSundayThe Kentucky Evening Gazette and the Sunday Herald 400 This offer is good for the first fifteen regularGAZETTE PuBuamxo Co- Incorporated I CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears rho- Slgnattuo I ofe 00000000000000000000000000o 0Girlhood and Scott Emulsion are 0linked together 0- o i 0- o 1 The girl who takes Scotts Emul 0- o I sion has plenty of rich red blood j she is 0plump active and energetic 0i 0Thedigestion is weak Scotts Emulsion provides her with powerful nourishment in easily digested form It is a food that builds and keeps up a girls strength 1ALL DRUGGISTS 6Oc AND 1 100- loooauauauQuQuaOIQlIQlgvOVvO II 411 1 JlO JiI iiiiPiMiSslftlJ AwgctablePreparationrbrAs I slmflating HieFoodandBegula ting the Stomachs andBowclsl of I INIANISCHILDKEN Promotes DigeslionCheerfur rt nessandlleslContainsneitherOpiumMorphine TsTOTNAttCOTIC i IIooMt1dZmr1D t KnrMlf SiiU I IANnnVre Sfrcl rodrt + rdrt l aMrwrn forConstipafion Worms Convulsions Feverish I SLEEPINEW YORK Atb moitlh old J3 Posts 3 jC i ms EXACT COpy OF WRAPPER CASTORIA Infants The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signamre of Il- eUse For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA CENTAU COMPANY nrwollk Hazel Green AcademyF- all Term Opens Sept 10 1907 Indications now foretell the largest attendance in the history of the school for the Fall Term The COURSES OF STUDY have been revised to afford the best advantages possible for young men and who desire to bet ter prepare themselves for teaching 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 is given to each student TUITION IS FREE GENERAL EXPENSES Fall Term of 14 weeks 500 Winter Term of 11 weeks 500 i Spring Term of 11 weeks 500 Board with Heat and Light 200 per week Furnished Rooms Free Write for Catalogues- M 0 CARTER SecyTreas H1 DERTHICK Principal 1 CECIL BROS Is headquarters for Shoes Ladies and Gents and the finest line ever seen in Hazel Green Our Ladies Dress Goods Domestic 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 K T ROSE S G SAMPLK ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and CounselorsatLaw CAMPTON KY This firm will practice all the Courts of and adjacent counties Special attention given Corporation LAW and Real Estate Litigation Offices Second Floor Farmers and Trad ra Bank 7 For and Children THE T so as women or J In Wolfe to CITY DAY HOUSE Haxol Green Kv Mrs LOU DAY 1roprletorI- lcst table lare In Eastern Kentucky A large sample room connected Heated sad lighted by gas throughout aud special fti commodatlou to traveling men Nervous or Sick Headache will ytetj Quickly to the influence of Dr Mlletf AnttPaln Pills J5 doses J5 cents r Ii r 1r 1 I 1JJ If r 7 fifi i DRIVES IT- INTO HIDING Vast Amount of Property Es lIcapingaxa ion Impossible to Force Men to Assess Kinds of Property Under ttSomethe Present System The general property tax was put hto effect In Kentucky partly because It was believed that under the old sys tern n great dent of property in the shape of money bonds stocks mort gages lien notes and other evidences of credit escaped taxation It was hoped that by a rigid system of assess ment and Inspection a greater amount of this class of property could be brought to light greatly Increasing tbe revenues of ihe state The system has succeeded In bring ing sonic of this Kind of property to light bat there IIs still an inormoiis amount of It that escapes taxation The general property tux It should be remembered decrees that the came ax must fall on all lasses of property Let ns suppose a man living in almost nny town in the state IR the owner of a land note for 1000 on which 0 percent merest IIs paid him In some of tho towns In the state his combined town county and state tax would ho over SJ In most1 of ttheta it would be between 250 nail j3 Manifestly a man will bo very unwilling to give in Ior taxation a piece of property that yields him H per tent only when by so reporting it he condemns himself to having to give up nearly half the income from that property to tin tax collectorPerjury or Confiscation nut the greater part of propertyl of this class does not pay as much as 0 Par cent A vast amount of this prop erty held in the state perhaps as much as half of it is property held in trust for the benefit of widows and children who lire not able to earn money themselves but depend for their support upon the Income from property that has ben left them by i the husband null fatherI and which YU be largely invested In notes flocks bonds and this general class of property In normal times much of this class of Investment will not pay over 4 per cent the Income running from 4 to 5fc per cent If now the i tax rate absorbs from 2 to 3 percent It will be readily seen that very little is left for the support of these helpless people The temptation to conceal property when the tax on It will absorb from cnehalf to threefourths of the Income U yields is stronger than the normal man can resist and HS a rule he does not try to resist it In any state where this system of the general property I ax prevails and that is why the tax authorities of states are coming so generally to denounce It In Kentucky the evasions of the tax on this class of property are enormous In Septem her 1905 only 11480000 of bonds only 1438195 of stock In corpora Lions and only lo04CS37 of bank de posits was given in for taxation although the banks and trust companies of the state contained In that year 93500000 of deposits At the same time the assessors were able to find only 5407512 of money outside the banks or a total of about 18500000 of money That there should have beau then only about 93000000 of deposits in the banks of the entire state of Kentucky Is the most damning proof of the supreme economic folly of our ystem Effect on Value of Real Estate We may mark the secondary effect of thifl policy in the valuation of real state It takes capital and accompa nying prosperity to enhance real es tate values In 1880 the as neased real estate valuation was I2650S590S or 160 per capita In 1890 before our new constitution with the present tax system went into iffect the valuation increased to 203 per capita In 1900 after eight years of the now tax system It bad In Creased to Olan increase of only 6 per capita The total assessed wealth of the state In 1880 was 21263 per ccplta In 1890 just before the new constitution it had increased to 27580 Prom 1890 to 1906 with 14 years under the new tax system it in creased only to 291 per capita an increase of less than 18 per capita In 1C years Under our old constitution with all Ms imperfections there was some latl Vide given to localities in the encour agement of industries The new con stitution adopted in 1591 abolishes most of this hut did allow municipali ties to give five years exemption to new manufacturing concerns The act putting this clause of the constitution into effect was not passed until IRHS The decade then from 1880 to 1S90o illustrates the progress possible under the old liberal system the decade from 1890 to 1900 Illustrates the result t of the narrow policy of the new con stitution before partial exemption be camo effective and tbe years since i 1900 well show the result of the liberal L1 l n I AtII the i Waist 1 I I policy of crrourageinont MarkI tIdea the result From 1880 to 1800 tr It I a policy of encouragement the en jit 1 employed III mnnufi1 Hus i I tacky Increased 74J PIT cent IKmn 1S90 to 1900 with all eucoiirat n withdrawn nod heavy taxes iinpived I the capital Invested In manufaeiiin IncrciiMil only 301 PIT tIlltil 1900 tIll flveyiiiis rxcivitons I 1 been uranted in ninny cities and i towns and from WOO to 11103 the nip Hal Invested In manufactures In Ken tacky Increased C74 per cent 1 Hows This 110 filTer Ono Hundred Dollar i Howard for tiny 0110 of tntnrrlI that cuiuiot IH eared by Halls Catarrh Curl F1t IIEX1YI V C- o1rojJoledn0 We the undersigned liavo known F 1 Cheney for the last 15 yours and believe him perfectly honor able in nil business transaction financially abp to carry out nay obligations made by his firm WAUiixti KIXXAX it MAKVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Hulls Catarrh Cure is takfn hi ternally acting directly upon tin blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent fno Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by all druggists coni FARM FOR SALEU- ntil sold I offer at private contract my farm situated on the Judy and Mt Sterling turnpike 10 miles from latter place and Smiles from Judy On tbe place is an 8 room dwelling big hall out buildings all in good shape tobacco barn and an extra good stock barn orchard with fruits oi all kinds There are 71 acres the majority in blue grass Two good cisterns one at the house and oue at barn with plenty running water Call and see place or write to E T TAULHEK Route 3 Mt Sterling Ky Anyone wishing to buy a good 200 razor can get one at 100 as long as they last by applying at this office tf For Illieumatlc and Neuralgia Pains take Dr Mlles AntiPain Pills They relieve the Pain and allay Nervousness GET RICH QUICK +Nn1u Schemes of this class have again come to grief along with the gullible investors causing serious loss to innocent business concerns as is ilways the case of panics in Wall St While this last lesson is yet fresh n mind it is an opportune moment o consider causes and means tc avoid like trouble in the future Direct your attention to that rcatest of all Newspapers the Cin iiinati Enquirer Front its columns me can readily detect the trend of urrency its lodging places by rhoui handled uses made of it and inal results Again you read quotations of lpjds Stocks and Securities of very nature fixing Status of 11 msincs from the retailer to United States Government Also Current News facts and reo iable lain covering the cut ire world 11 sufiiciemly explicit to enable linking people to avoid snags and follow the channel of success Its extra size and high price is he secret of its ability to discover obtain print and serve its patrons vith all the news and cater to wants of people in every culling of life The Weekly Enquirer for the year 1008 has greatly increased its Clubbing offers which now include the most select and popular pub lications of the day at prices slightly over half the regular Subscription ratesDo not overlook the fact that the year 1908 promises to excel in prosperity any of the past and that the Enquirer printed at Cincinnati Ohio is que of the most reliable sources of information I = nit Pains at the waist back front or side are nearly sure proof of female trouble Some other signs are headache pressing down pains irregular functions restless ness cold limbs nervousness etc These pains may be allayed the system braced and the womanly functions regulated by the use of 4 Wine of Cardui Ii mefromand I recommend it to all suffering women For sale at all druggists in 1 bottles i WPITF BI A ILETTERWrlltodayforafreecOIyofvaluable64parell1ustratecS Book for Women Ifyoun d MMIcilAd r Hill V3 tl be sent In plain sealed envelope Address Ladles Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn J17 Inan 1 Tie eitiwnt of lI1zel I rein nod this vicinity an Iltrewith infirimd that they cofl IlIilT Itiiy HrMelii + burghs at home I111111 urrpiind tn ruriiixli tlio best niiiilo and HI reiiiinli priccc I dont linn Mc nnytliin but liiTtclw + linrtiici mill iliuc whlIht cheap clnptniii will hire to no ulHwIuri lfjyKMnriiir if you want n iIlI T- CIf lniy one thut will give Hiiffiitinii in couiliirt and wear IIGnu apply Jim- tMlluinl1 +i t m nt myihcp in Hazel Greta HIplclfully1fI 11 KOK1 TFPPQfilmI S Shrubs Grape Vines Asparagus Ever y thing for Orchard Lawn and Garden I We employ no agentsI Catalogue on Appli cation- H F HILLENMEYER d SONS LEXINGTON KY GEORGE RICE UNDERTAKERHAZEL I 1 have several fine Coffins in my I shop and am prepared to make any style to order and on the most reasonable terms 1 also have HearselandI so requested Public patronage is I I25tf respectfully solicitedii IBENMURPHY DEALER IN GENERAL STORES NEOLA KY Offers the citizens in and around 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 exchange for goods and your patron age is respectfully solicited Until you buy front him you will never know how much you can save j THE MIDWINTER TERM which is tholll1h term opens I JANUARY 21 Do you want to be a working unit in the livest most ambitious enthusiastic and professional body j tforJt If so see your County Superin teudent now about an appointmentI to free tuition if you have not already done so and write to the I President of the E K S N S for I a catalog telling him what studies i you desire Address R N IIOAHK 1024 RICHMOND KY II 4 J 4ONE DOLLAR BUYS Tne mountain Pen iee uf Kn1uokge n oJ This popular book which is now in its fourth edition f twill for a limited time be sold for 100 the copy postage p prepaid to any point in the country Press and people arc iiWhyNo better testimony to the worth and success of that most admirable work done tdr Flboyt the work ot his hands while he was at Hazel leech Academy Ilerea and Kentucky State i ifCollege Meantime lie has purchased home tin Ills father soil mother tae written this t bookand again It may be repeated that he Is only in his twentyfourth year Two purposes seem to animate the pages of this hook Io describe mountain life as it actually Is and to correct the wrong Iwpietislons of It others have striven to folsl on tbe public Mr Haney Rives an historical sketch ul the mountain people attributing to Inherited traits and the Kentucky environment the characteristics tint d tln2ulshed them Social conditions Feuds Industries Education Politics Religion sad the lOut look successful afford Mr Haney subjects fur Interesting discussion He has known mountain life in ltnirler conditions us well as in recent years when conditions have been nom what improved great as la still the need for more improvement and from the outside world beyond the mountains Tlioujih Indeed one of sir Haney says Is that It Is not only help from beyond the mountains forearneltIIAs he suggests that if the mountain people who have had the benefit of will give some of their lives to those of tlilr blond whom they understand better thin alien teachers could do this will he n decided gain for the mountain communities Mr Haney writes In a direct st IP In good engHOi that reflects credit both on his own industry and his teachers He Is Intelligent KVIII utlietio optimistic and loyal Jn his considerations of the mountain jieople He rccnenlzcs the need for industrial im provement the teacblnir of scientific farming and other Immediate needs HS well as the higher needs of these peple who offer such a splendid challenge to the worker In sociolo gy education and religion CourierJournal Ii 100 Buys It Address THE HERALD i postpaid Hazel Green KY J 0 LJflJt ij wrLarr aJXr +1 r u 1t I