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THE HAZEL GREEN HERALDo Established March 41885 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell O TWENTYTHIRD YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 0 1908 NUMBER 22t Mountainsowner S100 a Year Lexington and Eastern RailwayI lime Table in Effect Noy 18180 i WEST BOUND No1 I i11 121 No3 Dally ez STATIONS Dailyan- enouay r r Sunday AVArrPMArrI 010 am 0MJaCkaon I 316pm 0 2 20 OK Junction 2 25 p 7 07 am 20 BeattyveJc 20 3 20 p 7 30am 40 Torrent 40 341 pm 7 45 am 44 Nat rld e144I 3 55 pm 7 43 am iCamnton 3 57 pm 8 15 am 57 Stanton 57 4 26 pm 8 25 am 62 Clay City 62 4 35 pm 9 OOam 70 LEJuncn 70 607 p 9 12 am 90 Winchester 90 5 20 pm 9 55 am 94 Lexington 94 0 05 pm EAST BOUND No2 r No4 Dally SundaySundayu A STATIONS I A Dally and PM TveAMLy2 25 0 7 36 apm m it 10 pmtO Wlncbeater120I 8 13 a 3 25 pral 8 26 pm 4 00 pm 40MClay City X40 9 02 am 4 10 pm HMStantoo1I44 9 10 am 4 40 pm Campton Juntul J 38 pm 4 45 pm 57 Nat Bridge 5719 43 am 4 57 pm 62 Torrent 62 56 am 5 18 pm 70 BeattyveJo 70 10 17 am 0 10 pm 90 O1tJancn 90 11 Iii am 9 15 pm94l Jackson 1194111 20 am CONNECTIONS L E JUNCTION Trains Nos 12 nndI a will make connection with the CORy for Yt Sterling CAMPION JUNCTION Trains NOl 1 2 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain CentralIi CamptonBEADr lna Nos 2 and 4 will make connexion at BeattyTille witHtbe Land A Railway for passengers to and from Beattyville O K JUNCTION Trains Nos 3 and 4I connect with the 0A K Hallway for localI l station on theOA K Railway W A MCDOWELL General Manager OHA88COTTQen Pass Agent L OHIO KENTUCKY RAILWAY TIME TABLE MAY 21 1905 WESTBOUND No33 IS El No l1 STATIONS Dally ex enaayviz I r Sunday Ji PMABBIO 27 PM AM 5 20 l3 Cannel City 221 W 35 i 4 55 Ulll iHeleohawa V20ij2 19 I 45 18 Lee City 13 i12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 3 62 22 WilbnrstM 6 11 44 3 10 27 OK Junctipn 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUNp No34II Nol3 Daily ezTATIONB gl Dally nI Sundayl I Bnaday t JY LYE P N Lv 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1000 7 33 21 eleolawL 6 1 17 7 45 19 iLee Ctt1i 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hamptou 13 1 44 8 37 10 Wilhunt 20 1 51 9 25 J OAK Junction 22 2 25 9 30 0 1 1Jackaon 27 2 30 Nos21 tod2 will make clpsa copnecttor At OA K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for points on the Lexington and Eastern Bal k way ML CONLEY Superintendentt i mountain GOQtr8tt ilIoa pNoDEPART AhniVE 6 00 am Campton ll30am 200p m Campton 000 pm No2 No1y ARRIVE DEPAltT 7 80 amCampn Junc1005am I 880pmCampn Juno 4 40pm The Mountain Central makes connection with all LE pas senger trains 1TAB C H WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEONI 0 HAZEL GREEN KYIOffers hU proresttonal services to the cHItt teat of hazel Green and surrounding coun ttryh and will answer all calls of affliction aste at hie resldenvsadjolnlug hazel Green Dank I I t I 1 t 1 k I B1 KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collated and Concise y Chronicled Clarence Sturcenn who killed three men in a fit of jealousy wan hanged at LouIsville laet Friday I Mayge bands of H drunken negro one day last weekThe Salvation Army distributed ove 200 pairs of oboes to poor children givedn them New night Night riders again went on tho path the nthfr nlsht Over 2000 Jj tumrille repeated Tho Peaceful Army an adjunct the night riders is making bines jut as riotous in Bracken and adjoining counties as they are in Christian TripK and other western counties Joel I Life one of the meat nrnmitte farmers of Fayette county died Mnnda afternoon nl the Goad Samaritan heapfr tal in Lexington where hI had undo gone a serious operation several dove be fore and from which owing to his adI vanced nee being 83 years old ho never recovered Sheriff Mackev of Mason county an I ij Chief of Police Ort of Maysville antic j pating a raid from the peaceful nrmy of Brorken county have sworn in a lot of depu s nnd are guprdirc all th roods leader Into the city Shouldan attempt be mlo to defy the law bloo sbedwllllol1ow The special term of Hrcuit court i Christian county to in veiKnte the nigh- riders i raids in Hnpkinsville was opened with prayer by Rev C H Ftmnrh o the Presbyterian church Tile gran jury was impaneled and at once began the work of investigation and examinel Itton of witnesses Wm O Owens and Samuel Wilav of the counsel for Caleb Powers haye drawn up a petition for his pardon on the ground that he has had four trials and that the jury in the last one were unable to agree as to his guilt or inno cence but that ten of the twelve stood out for his acquittal Burt Wing aged 6o white and John Clark aged 43 colored both life prison era in the penitentiary at Frankfort es caped Monday afternoon Wing was sent up from Louisville eighteen years ago for the murder of his wife and had been A trusty for ten years Clark killedI R negro at Sbelbyville and bad also bee a trusty for many years After deliberating for several days and failing to agree the jury in t6 Powers case were dismissed Saturday morning His attorneys at once move I the prisoner be admitted to bail bu was overruled by Judge Morris and th e next trial set for the first Monday iin Jtlly n rtThf jury stood ten for aCt quital and tiro for conviction Woodson McCord the famous ex sheriff of Clark county was stabbed iIn WilliaOliver I I lost grand jury which indicted Oliver for inebriety Oliver accused McCordI bf putting bis name on the record and told several persons he was going to killI him He walkedJ into McCorda office and atJJma stated McCord willI I recover fc SterlingGazette postmanai Stfrllnl I in the IlowanOircult court on the charge YoungJudgeAll the men gave bond in the sum of1 ewo aqd the case will be tried at the March term of court Tudpr Young presides over the district in which the indictment was found gmndiurytcuit cnurtinpayt said These oulbunts ofanarchy have done more to injure the cause of the producer of tobacco that could have been effected by all thetrust- and oil the money power of the Unlte- States I And sltjrtjjer added Let no man or set of men Ilay the flattering unc tion to their sonli that they are aboveI the Jaw Men mast not go about iin fancied security No ipanis secure from the nhipping pf justice A Cure for Misery I have found n ours for the misery malaria poison produces says R M James of Louellen S C Its called1i Electric Bitters and comes in 50 cent bottles ItI breaks up a casoof chills or u bilious attack in almost no time j audit I puts yellow jaundice clean ontIt of commission This great tonic medicine and blood purifier gives quick relief in all stomach liver i and kidney complaints and tho misery of lame back Sold under I guarantee at all dealers iiE j A Dnel to the Death Tuesday evening Deo 80 about 7 80 oclock a most shocking slid horriblo tragedy occurred njBeat tyville when Joseph Davidson marshal of the city and Robert S Evans a prominent grocer en gaged ih a pistol duel in the lat tots store which resulted in the death of both Th ro was only one person pros CarterfStamper with him about the matter but awe s understand it both men were liquorTheying and Evuna finally announced that he must go home to supper pocketopresumably to get his keys and Davidson told him to take his hand out of his pocket Evans said he didnt want any trouble ratand onertwo in his hips and one missed him Evaup fired two shots one striking Davidson in the face and tho other in tho heart anijor throe minutes Joseph Davidson was n native- e of Perry county He moved hero marshaldof Benttyvillo unveral years He anidrinking some time ego It iis mentallydshooting as many of his friends have noticed that he was acting leavesntwo sons Robert and Henry and four daughters Mrs S L Combs Malvia Nellie and Nannies Robert Evans came lists from Owsley county two or three years ago and has been engaged in the meat and grocery business withi considerable success He leaves a wife and seven children Both men were in the prime o strong and vigorous manhoodeaoh fortyeight years old They wore irdeathncoming as itdid shocked the whole community- e The last thing they did in this world except to shoot was to sing iseThen they went together to 4The Calling of the Roll Beattyville Enterprise Rank Foolishness When attacked by a cough or cold or when yoiir throat is sore aoyIEldIJ used New Discovery for seven years and I know it is the best remedy on earth for coughs and colds lungtroublesto croup but New Discovery quick ly cures the attack Known the world over as the King of throat and lung remedies Sold under guarantee by all dealers 50j and 100 Trial bottle free Renews Subscription HOVAKER VA Dec 80 07 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky moueyIsubscription to Tim HERALD for another year CooperWishingprosperous New Year I am Yours respectfully MRS E J Bovn To Any Young Man expecting to attend the Eastern Kentucky Stito Normal School at Richmond Ky Write to 1 S Boothe president 1rM C A Richmond Ky at as early date as possible and he will make arrangements for mooting you at the train and finding suit I ablo boarding place Yon can I then come to tho oifieo of the 4 president who will assist you in I making out your course of study t IL IIU A Glowing Tribute The following concerning our Langleyof the Baltimore American When John W Langley took his seat the other day as a brand Kentuckyhe congressinever able to do Mr Langlay could have walked up to three out of every four of the representatives called them greetedhtended to an old friend Crossing over to the senate he could have manifested an even wider acquain undergonefewer The reason of this wide serape of personal knowledge lies in the fact Langleyhasing officer of the census bureau and by reason of his office he has had much contact with the law makers A more popular federal official was never known and tho recognized as a staunch Republic equallyfondHe ran forcongress in a moun tain district of our state and made a great campaign riding horse hack over the rough hills and nirtPtiiig the penile faro to face His sulks were informal nod en ifined to questions in which tb mountain people were vitally in companionable and pretty rood though the die Langleyshowed him victor by 000 majority Wherever Langley went he made friends galore He is a man of splendid ability and is in a better position to do good service for his constituents than any member of delegationWinf It Does the Business E E Chamberlain of Clinton Me says of BucklensArnicaSalve It does the business I have used it for piles and it cured them Applied it to an old sore and it healed it without leaving a scar behind 25p at all dealers MIZE MITES o John Fugate was visiting James Little Sunday George Chaney was visiting his son John Sunday- J F Rose was calling on his best girl Sunday evening K COldfield and family will leave about the 10th for Iowa Hiram Long is in the bluegrass this week looking for a location Miss Alice Rose left Friday for Rose Fork to visit her sister for few days aII Beu Murpy sold a tract of land I at this place to Clay Murphy price private II Frazier Cecil left today for West I Liberty whore he will attend school this winter Ceoilwereweek quail shooting John Pieratt of Murphy Fork gave the youngsters a social Satur day night All report a fine time E H Oldfield has bought back tho farm ho sold to Hiram Long about 18 mouths ago price about 2500Johnny Rose our leading mer chant has received a nice supply of griphophoiiefe He says Lone some no more Jan 0 OLD SPOKT A Higher Health Level I have reached a higher health KingsNewacobsprinIger bowIelsey 1s IDk Zt l ir i r Pain WeakensHeadache rheumatism neuralgia or pains of any systemthey on the nerves Almost instant relief can be ob tained by taking Dr Miles AntiPain Pills and with out any bad aftereffects Take one on first indica tion of an attackit will ward it off They are pleasant little tablet att by druggists everywhere 25 doses 25 cents I never sold in bulk I ns subject to Con tant headaches for a period of tour years Atrtlmc3 I wns almost untitled for the work In which I nm rnKngcJ that of station agent Through the ndvlco of a friend I tried Dr Miles Anti Pain Iills and the result has been that I have entirely eradicated mlsystem of those continuous hpadachesAthat follow it continual mental strain They havo done for me all that Is claimed for them O t RUSSELL Agt C N W ry Battle Creek la I have ued Dr Miles AntiPain urnlglnimdThey surely have been a blowing to me MRS M J HAMILTON Upper Alton Ills Your druggist sells Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills and we authorize him to i onlyIfMiles Medical Co Elkhart Indtt 4 A PROMPT EFFECTIVE REMEDY FOR ALL FORMS 0- RHEUMATISM I eJJGIVES QUICK E IEFII APPlied externally It alforda Y mast In f cant rtlhf from pain while permanenPlrwults are bebttr effected by ternaHy curUylntr the blood dljsolvln rthe poisonous substance and rtuiovlnffrojA the system St tiOlArawtoo0aj 11WWlIAaI I Q tMII 1w1 rme4Iotot = =Mr 0 U1IaeC pIt otQ tDu- MIbla1I pn au 11ef iafrom nff DCL8AT1J n JrII1DAwrtteelPAUtt i1rlbntidtMk aeereeee scoreMassUMF1U4AU r hoowassp b ouaId =paT ltrl d br wtIIDRnnaOd ilImMe NFE1Vwlth1UIemnatismiIllDbjtO Tfooblo or any kindred dheaje write to- YIIfol a trial bottle of SpItOP3 PURELY VEUTAEI R DROPS felntfrelyfree from dpinm- c6Faineworphine olcohcl laodanum and other dipolar ingredients ru a Diei nitte aDUDPW iaN Do a 1110 rrel by 1lraglt IWANSONMHEmTIO CURE tOMUMr 1tf 4 3T4I seue oaMe Tl10e wlItOOstc f Bank WINCHESTER KY J N B WITHERBPOOK President Paid tip Capital t 10000000 Undivided 1rulUn t 11000000 Handsome Depo lt of gjfoer i i t COOOOOOO This haul solicits the urconnU ol merchantsInriuers traders anti bus mess wen ijpiicrallr throughout Eastern Kentueky and offers its riKtoiu r era every faculty and the must liberal i terms within the Units of 1ll lllllnle11bankiac loct21j11 fI r 1lreY- rrr n r My Yr rt p 2 h r I I J1 t 1 t THE HERALD Rnterml nttlio IIniel Orrrn loft oilier n rcoml olnnniiintter SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY Jan 0 1908 n ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR authorized to announce TUTTWeareI I as a candidate for the office of County Court Clerk of WoCo county subject to the notion of the Dem ocratic party FOR SHERIFF are authorized to announce SMITHWeI SMITH as n candidate for the office of Snerift of Wolfe county object to the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER I DYERWcareauthorized to announce ti candidate for L the office if Jailer of Wolfe County sub ject to the action of the Democratic par l II- 1y CAMPTON CURRENCY A largo crowd attended County court hero yesterday Prof J W Tnulbee andJ II Sebastian of Daysboro were in town yesterday- S R Perkins C S Sample and S S Rose of Lacy creek were in town yesterday on business Oliver Kash who has been teaching in Breathitt county has fin ished his school and is now nt home taking a rest Rev Hun Sully tho mountain evangelist is preaching at the Baptist church this week He is t a humorous pulpit orator The board of supervisors of tax- I Looks are iu session this week re- F viewing tho assessment lists of f property for the county t represent was in town yesterday soliciting subscription for his paper D B Sally an attorney of Haz ard was attonding court here yes terday and delivered an address t on the subject of education- J H ORear of Clay City is in the county this week assisting G T Center in looking after the affairs of the SwaunDay Lumber companyDr r weekrbia building across the street to the Farmers and Traders Bank buildingThe child of Cash Cable and wife died at their home in this ref r countyforMarriage license were last week t MaryRosel yesterday to W H Rlankenship of Virginia and Miss Alma Swan go of Maytown Nica Lawson and James Collier t both of this county were last week f i CountyJudgeFriday taken to the Eastern Ken Iexingt Corsa Horton and wife nave gone to housekeeping in tho B T I Gooney residence on East Main r street Dr John L Cox and wife l bylk r mer street Campton Encampment No 28 will havo a public installation of officers at Fraternity Hall in this city tomorrow evening at 0 oclock All Odd Fellows are specially in vited After the installation and e number of addresses by members of the encampment refreshments will be served Jan 7 S S February 4 1908 CAMPTON KY Deo 8007 KyDearDollars 200 to pay for THE t HERALD Please state how far in obligeYours w l LANDSAW LACONICS 0Miss Caroline Taylor visited at Landsaw the 2nd Mrs Maggie Dean visited the family of N L Combs on the 4th iI CampIton wasIhereI farm Sam Burcbfiolcl sold to Jay bird Kelly this week one horse price private Ike Adams Otis and Arthur Kash left last week to attend school at Hazel GreonIMiss Lillie Swango visited her sister Mrs Mary Hurst of Frozen creek one day lust week A cake cutting at Mrs J B Millers one night last week All say they had a good time Rev Sam Profit is moving this week from the farm of T 11 Cock orham to the farm of E T Kash G W Halsey of Montgomery county is visiting relatives and friends at this place at this writ ing J n Swango of Illinois nccom panied hy his father Stephen Swango of Valeria visited his sister Mrs E T Kash last week Hirnm Whismau and John Taul bee have taken a job of workof tho Winant Stave Co on Lacy creek anti you can see them there every day The school at this place taught by W C Rose closed last Friday Every one seemed well pleased Tho students who were awarded prizes for scholarship deportment otc wore Jane and Mont Combs Lula Taulbee Oracle Lucile and Mabel Kash Jan 0 AXON Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications as they can not ron h the diseased portion of tho oar There is only one way to cure deafness and that js by con stitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustach ian Tube When this tube gets iiu flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result and unless the inflam mation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroy ed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condi tion of the mucous surfaces We will give 100 for any case of deafness caused by catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 Sold by druggists 75c STILLWATER SPARKLES 0George Peck who has been se riously ill for some time is not expected to recover Next week ye scribe will con tribute an humorous article en titled How I Got Mine January is predicted to break the record as a month of storms etc by the various weather pro phetsRov D B Sally of Hazard veryinterestingbridge Sunday night Joseph A Rose the allaround blacksmith and jolly good fellow was visiting at the home of yes vibe Sunday evening Married at the residence of the brides parents on Stillwater Thursday Jan 2 Miss Mary Rose to Mr Cud Clark The bride is the accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs Elijah Rose while the groom is the son of GeorgeClark of Clarks branch and an enter prising young husiness man Here is wishing them good luck and a long life Jan 6 COWBOY 11 Mark Me Up CAMPTON KY Dec 28 07 KyDoarup my subscription to tally with the amount enclosed and oblige W C SMITH For Sale- I offer for sale at a sacrifice my property in Hazel Green JOHN W CRAVEN Frankfort Ky 0 1 4 dW tyr w ae Sends His Check Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir You will findencloned check for 76fl for subscription for THE HERALD and American Farm er Send to JAMES BROWrifJR Go3u yville Ky Goes to PenasylYialaM- ANOB PA Deo 3007 Dear Sir and Editor Enclosed find one dollar 100 for which please send THE HERALD to my address for one year Yours truly J H Roes THE OeciLog1 Willinerg The CecilLong Millinery have re ceived their stock of fall and win ter ladies furnishing goods j hats latest creation both trimmed and nntrimmed latest frames and trimmings Also a complete line of dress goods and trimmings readymade skirts shirt waists silks underwear hosiery gloves and the finest line of ladies and displayinThe Indies are requested to call and see before buying Our stock comes from the fore most firms of Cincinnati and you are sure to get the latest styles in everything when you buy from us Respectfully CECIL LONG THE MIDWINTER TERM which is the rush If term opens JANUARY 21 Do you want to be a working unit in the livest most ambitious enthusiastic and professional body togetherforKentuckyIf appointmenttoready done so and write to the President of the E K S N S for a catalog telling him what studies you desire AddressR ROARK 1024 RICHMOND KY Buggies r Buggiessl Tue citizens of Hazel Green and this vicinity are herewith informed that they can now buy firstclass buggies at home I am prepared to furnish the best trade and at reasonable prices I don t han die anything but first elass buggies and those who want cheap claptraps will have to go elsewhere lRemember if you want a FIRST CLASS BUGGY one that will give satisfaction in comfort and wear I can supply you Calland see me at my shop In Hazel Green Respectfully JOHN H ROSE For Rbtutnfttlc and Neuralgia Pates take Dr Mlk AnUPta Ptas Th T rellrr the P lu and shay Henrwnn iA wJoo i1I11 taI I I j WjE F CECIL VicePresnt I MARION KNIGHT Cashier i S G SAMPLE Attorney El oJ Capital gtaclt 1500000 lI lii Li ii sAriDrRBC- TORSIi E H SMITH H F PIERATT T M LEE J P ROSE J T WHALEY BEN MURPHY- H E ONEY E F CECIL JAMES B ELKINS This Dank solicits the accounts of Merchants FarmersIrraders and Business Men generally Most Llbelal terms within the limits of legitimate banking Iti TWrr V I = dt =V == Y= == j Ladies Dress Goods11- lIt ii In Fancy and Fashionable Patterns Hamburg Laces as fine fn ljU as looms can make GENTS FURNISHING GOODS in W eluding ties shirts collars suspenders etc Prints of the t W latest design and Domestics bleached and unbleached j a lhnu of Rugs including Brussells and ingrain weaves Oils- ii l Drugs Glass Putty Stoves Tinware Crockery c Ii CLOTHING SHOES HATS CAPS IS- jS llIin tulless varietyi and great quantity so low in price you nj l be hound to buy Did we hear somebody say GROCERIES IT IjKg f kindApiJIJ j j I In t t L KASH SAMPLEd= = = =ff 8 Ef A NBW MILLINERY ASP DRESS MAKING ESTABLISHMENT Misses ragcg 11ear1 OVER KASH SAMPLES HAZEL GREEN KY Misses MAPEL TROY i Announce to the ladies of Hazel Green and the surroundingcoun MI- try that they have just opened an uptodate Millinery and DressIMaking Establishment Our line of hats are the most artistically trimmed ever seen in Hazel Green many of them being pattern hatEflJand 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 lat est trimmings we have a Dress MakinRiDepartmont complete with charts etc ready to cut and make Ladies and Childrens Shirt Waists Sucks and indeed all kinds of sewing We are located over Kash Samples store and we assure you that all our goods are firstclans yourselfSolicitingMAPEL TROY MILLERS CUTJSACRIFICE SALE TL T Beginning SATURDAY January 11 and ending SATURDAY I February 20 1908 I will sell goods at the following outprices 21 Meiis Suits worth 1100 Sacrifice price J7W i 61f f fr 760tr rr 481 50 Pairs Pants 250 L7I 01 i60a u 95C 41 Odd Coats 200II 148 Flannels worth per yard 12 cII 8jc Calicoesu 7cn u Sig- 1EA11 goods in stock cut accordingly Come at once Do not + l wait Get your bargains while they last Respectfully f D c YyIILLER JR + i FruittiOrgaoieQta1 Trees Shrubs Grape Vines Asparagus Ev e ry thing for Orchard Lawn and Garden We employ no agents Catalogue on Application H F HILLENMEYER SONS LEXINGTON KY J l1 1I 1t iifi f C MapeI TroD FARM FOR SALE Until sold I offer at private contract my farm situated on the Judy and Mt Sterling turnpike 10 miles from latter place and 5 miles from Judy On tho y place is an 8 room dwelling big hall out buildings all in good shape tobacco Tara and an extra good stock tarn orchard with fruits ot all kinds There are 70 acres the majority in blue grass Two good cisterns one at the house and one at barn with p water Call and see pace or write to E T TAULBEE Route 3 Mt Sterling Ky 11 c rlI Rheumatlo Pains relieved by sae oC Dr Mlle f AnUPaUn rilU H de li b1 tlf t iI A- p r I R2ttiLlt ajy- t i 1 r ita r JV 1 1V J jT + Jf I I i iyouM6y Need It Ask your doctor about the wisdom of your keeping Ayers Cherry Pectoral in the house ready for colds coughs croup bronchitis if he says its all right then get a bottle of it at once Why aot show a little foresight in such matters Early treatment early cure W publish our formals WO bnlih iMkil A from our mula onrijMany a boy Is called dull and stupid lazylivertor will tell you that an occasional dose greitdealMade by the J O Ayer 00 Lowell Xa THE HERALD 4 The attendance at the academy is 240 Miss Lizzie Wilson of Spencer came in Monday to attend school at this place Mies Mollie Oney opened a sub scription school at Lee City Tues day of this week o a is voxix aBear theThe Kind You Hare VASTS Bmigfit Signature Y4 Ilit Mrs Bascom McGuire of Still water was the guest of Tier brother Sam Kash Sunday night Miss Susie Long of Salem is visiting her sisters Mrs R W Ce cil and Miss Falay Long Tom Lee has the thanks of the editor and his better seveneighths for a peck of fine turnips Henry Matlock with McMillan Hazen Shoe Co was a guest of the Day House over Sunday OASWOElXAJ- lanthe ThsWYoiiHaw Always Bought Signature Y 41o Dr Andy Nickell reports the birth of a boy to the wife of Tom Williams of Laoy creek on New Years day- Anyone wishing to buy a good 200 razor can get one at 100 as long as they last by applying at this otficotfI Miss Susie Long closed her school at Neola Friday with an average attendance during the term of 42 pupils Miss Junie Rose of Lee City eras in town Friday and Satur day visiting friends and doing some shopping I t oL EA IpMure nth or tZlBoVghtI 1ri 4hestgr flack of Jaoksonspent Sunday intowjn and left Monday 5 for Danville where he is attend i ing law college See the sacrifice sale advertised by D C Miller Jr in this issue and investigate f his prices if you Wish to save money George A Doan representative- f the Bray Clothing Co Louis ville died of pneumonia Jan 2 at ti his home in Barbourville Harlan and Jim McClure are papering and decorating the resi ldeuce of Charley Cecil in our town and will complete tbe job this r1weekEdgar Alexander of Daysboro left Fjiday for Bowling Green i iwhere no will take a complete coarse in tho Cherry Bros business collego j liw 1 Rev P B Sally of Hazard i m evangelist for the Christian church will preach at Stillwator bridge 1 Sat rday Jan 11 at oclock p m mAnd at Landsaw church Sun ii day an 12 at 11 oclook a m l He would like to havA Bro Rob- ertsl of this place at the Land l wiaeetSng with him Torn LWnnd ibMfr Cecil near town 1111 CuttrPierlttiin town have Path received a Duroc Jersey Kilt ChHyrero eared byH F Pierattro Madieon conntfnndaro registered stock Cesar Linden hat a male of the same breed and if proper care be exercised in breed ing our section will soon have a took of pure Red Jersey hogs which are superior in many re spects to any other breed of swine known They are as easily kept as the old razorback breed and are far more remunerative to the farmer ISunday night Doe 29 some one stole the globe off the lantern carried by Mrs Lula Hashs children to church and Saturday night Jan 4at tho concert some one took the lantern complete As the last occurrence may have been a case of mistaken identity Mrs Kash hopes that whoever got the lantern will return it especially as there are none to be had at any of the stores Herbert Nickell and wife near Daysboro gave a social Saturday night for the young folks and Willie Blankenship in returning to his home on Grassy lost his way crossing the hill He wan dered around in the darkness and did not get home n time to go to bed before breakfast Cracker Neace of this place and Mrs Amy Allen of Perry county were married on Troublesome creek in that county Saturday night Dec 28 Rev Jordan Combs officiating Cracker and his bride with two children arrived here Friday Jan 3 and are now snug ly ensconced in Crackers home near town Inadvertently bave failed to mention that the Ladies Aid So ciety presented our better Sevan eighths with a new gingham apron fpr housekeeper and she reminds us of the remissness and demands that we make reparation by thanking them even though late Prof R H Patton resigned his place da instructor of the business deparmeut of Hazel Green Acad emy the first of the year and ac cepted the position of assistant cashier of the Hazel Green Bank Following are the registers at the Day House since our last issue Wm Arowsmith of Sharpsburg W H Juselman Owensboro W H Blunkenship Virginia Ches ter Back Jackson CASTORIAForI TIle Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of Charley Rose and Roe Nickell left Tuesday for Richmond where they will begin farming Charley will return in a week or so to straighten out matters here Renews Again BESSIE OKLA Dec 29 07 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir Please find enclosed seventyfive 75X cents for which renew my subscription to THE HERALD for one year Yours truly ANDREW WOOD R R 2 Daysboro and his better seveneighths for a peck of oldfashioned Spanish red sweetpotatoes Marion Knight cashier of the Saturdayforwith his wife and relatives for ton days or more Mrs Harlan South of Jackson was visiting her mother Mrs Mat tie Perkins on Lacy creek lust week She was accomanied by her little son Weldon I Mies Princess Long gave a concert at Pearre Hall Saturday night which was attended by 150 or more people She also sang atI the Christiani church Sunday night The Lady Maccabees will install their newly elected officers Satur day Jan 11 at 2 oclock p m and Mrs Ada Kash record keeper requests a full attendance of the mom bers Some of the young people of our town accompanied by Mrs F N Day as chaperone gave Rev J T Wilson and family a surprise pound party Monday evening of this week Inadvertently we have failei to mention that our little friend Miss Mary Pieratt of Richmond sent our bettor soveneighths a bunch of mistletoe for which she has our thanks The Methodists have bought a new organ for the church at this place which is a thing of beauty and will prove a joy to all lovers of good music it being an Epworth of much melody Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Itiooil Purifier Free If your blood is impure thin diseased hot or lull of humors If you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema Itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skip bone pains catarrh rheumatism or anyblood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm CD B B Soon all sores heul aches and pains stop and the blood la made pure and rich Druggists or SamplefreeGa Bi B B Iis especially advissed for chronic deepseated cases as it cures after all else fails The Five Knots SundayJfLnchapters of a thrilling story entitled The Five Knots which deals in the mystery of necroman cy as practiced by the South SeaII Islanders It is a thrilling story of hidden treasure stolen from the Malays of Borneo and of the efforts of several of their number to recover it In their endeavors they employ the Blue Terror or Five Knots mode of inflicting death on the thieves one of whom was an English ship owner whose niece is the heroine of the story A truly brave girl she and herI lover baffled the Malays for some time This story is the most intensely interesting of all the latest novels and Grits readers get it before it is published in book form In book form the story will cost 150 but a subscriber to Grit secures it along with six or eight other dbmplete novolsduriog the year to say nothing of 10 to 20 pages of interesting matter every week besides Grit is 200 a year but if you will send ua 250 we will mail you THE HERALD end Grit both for one year Zo oooooooooooo4oo oo Nursing baby oo Its a heavy strain on mother SHersystem is called upon to supply 40nourishment for two g Some form of nourishment that will o be easily taken up by mothers system o is needed 0o Scoftj Emulsion contains th- eo greatest possible amount of nourish 0ment in easily digested form o Mother and baby are wonderfully helped by its use t DRUGGISTS Sac AND OOOOOO ooooo3t fr V i ti on nI JIIU II1i Tllilh utlaPo 1 1 i iior sJ Bf5lDRI AVegetable PreparationfarAs- slmilating IheFoodandlle ula- qng theStomaclls aMBovq 1s of- IINIANXSCHILDREN Promotes DigeslionCheerrul ness and RestContains neither MincralNOT louJrS4MtlnmrHERII I1wt sedA- Ls rmna MoII stM est 0- iws rNll w forConstip1non Worms Convulsions f2erish ness lIndLoss OF SLEEP FacSimile Signature or NEW YORK 7 DoSf s7 Cl NIS EXACT cOpy OF WRAPPER CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought the Signatureof In- Use For OverI Thirty Year- sCASTORIA eCMTAUMCOMMNY MawYGRCernt Hazel Green Academy Fall 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 so as to afford the best advantages possible for young men and women who desire to bet ter piipare 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 is given to each student TUITION IS FREE GENERAL EXPENSES Fall Term of 14 weeks 500 Winter Term of 11 weeks 500 Spring Term of 11 weeks 500 Board with Heat and Light 200 per week Furnished Rooms Free Write for Catalogues M Or CARTER SecyTreas H DERTHICK Principal 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 E T ROSE S G SAMPLE ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and CounseloreatLaw CAMPTON KY This firm will practice in all the Courts of Wolfe arid adjacent counties Special attention given Corporation Law and Real Estate Litigation Office Second Floor Farmers and Tradi ra Bank Ijj IILdiII 1d J J m Bears I THt i J to DAY HOUSE Hazel Green Ks lire LrU LtS lroprletol Best tablo taro In Hllslern Kentucky A room connected Heated snd listed by gas throughout and special a- commodatlons to traveling men h I NerYOU or Sick Headache wllI4leIQ- t quickly to the tntluenee of Dr MO- eAziUhln PUb i doss ZS cents J il 1 a fu uni C r 5wOMas 1 JU4 ljtill1i m u 14 4r i r Central Keatuckys Favorite Dem sratic Paper for 250 a Year f KenfcekrvETeBing Gazette males a ipecialinaUTate for paid in advance t sybseriptun The UIylkjvebiagGazette Is al ready 2 iUtbrito feewspapcr of the 1emoe tdi7 Captral Kentucky Fot the greitpreeidehUalcapapalgn of 190B the Uaiette makes a special offer of 260 subscriptionsThe of the United Press Association and the f most competd local and state service of any aft rnooparerln the wholeeastern wction of Kentucky It Iin a staunch Democratic paper standing for the su premacy of J pemocratic principles in party affairs and devoted to every move tnent tending to promote Democratic unity and harmony and the return of the Democrats to power in Kentucky The5az tte isjbe sort of newspaper tht tbe P njocrata who read for a week nyf want to rand for all the time It had many fei nrea 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 Gazeete Will make the bare gain rate of 250 for paid in advance vtthacriptions No subscription after this date will be taken for less than the regular price of fa 00 THE KENTUCKY EVENING GAZETTE Incorporated Lexington Herald for 1908 Annual bargain offer by the leading morning paper in Central Kentucky Following the custom of several years past the management of the Lexington Hearld offers another special bargain oft per year for paid in advance suhscrii Lion for the year 1908 This offer is made to old as well as to new subscribers butt old subscribers must pay up to January 1 1908 at the regular me of 6 per year to be in position to take advantage of the offer i The Herald is the leading Democratic paper in Kentucky outside of Louisville preaSlandprrospondents It has unusual news fa cilities Its market reports are accurate and they are worth more than the price Of a years subscription to the farmers And business men The Herald makes a specialty of racing and baseball flaws SundayHerald eqnalsEnlation It always contains from 24 to 32 pages with features and comic litriormaCuine The offer I for the first fifteen days of January after that the regular rates will apply Hand your Subscription tb localI agents or tend di rectly to the Lexington Herald Circula tion Departmen THE LEXIXGTON HERALD Co r Incorporated Wants It Aaotkcr YearJ- ACKIililrKY Dec11007 KyDearsubeoription l Wishing you a happy and pros perous New Year I am Yours very trulyEFFIE ELKIKB GET RICH QUICK pu v Schemes of this class have again come togrief along with the gullible investors causing serious loss tc nnocent business concerns as is always the case of panics in Wall St r While this last lesson is yet fresh4 J mind it is an opportune moment io consider causes and means to void lilje trouble in the future Direct your attention to that greatest of all Newspapers the Cin imati Enquirer From its columns ue can readily detect the trend of jrreney its lodging places by vhom handled uses made of it and sal results Again you read quotations of lids Stocks and Securities of v try nature fixing Status of Jl Ifiisincs from the retailer to Unite 1 Dates Government AUo Current News facts and re 1Iabledaia covering the entire world II sufijciciitly explicit to enable iiiinkiug people to avoid snags and flo7 the channel of success Its era size anti high price is w secret of 1t4bility to discover Itain print and serve its patrons ith all the news and cater tq wants 5 pcopld ii cVcry calling of life The Weekly Enquirer for the var 100S has greatly increased its Clubbing offers which now include Lee most select and popular pub icaliois of the day at prices slightly tvcr huH the regular Subscription rates Do not overlook the fact that the year 1908 promises to excel in pros A ijcnty any of the past and that iheiinquirer printed at Cincinnati Ohio is one of the most reliable I sources of information l i c Home Treat mentJ20 Dec and 1 1 You naturally would prefer to treat yourself home for any of femaleItrouble wouldnt you r ItcanJbfe done Ngnwhy you should not havedoneWineotCardui t the fJoel 9 fpryearg 1 your advice I her Cudul Home Troiffuten tpad now ah4 liar lUfreljl at all Sold by WRITE US A LETTER Advice Wrftt MSimi daolM lorp NatIn oi W I++6oa 11 druggistsIt I A2W B B QB op TlIE FARMERS3TRADERSBANKI At the Close of Business December 31st 1907 RESOURCES 1 Loans and Discounts 6766402 2 Overdrafts secured 3 Overdrafts unsecured 1H46U 4 Due from National Banks 334843 5 Due from State Blinks and Bankers 000000 6 Due from Trust Companies 54151 888994 7 Banking House and Lot 427462 8 Other Real Estate 9 Mortgages i 10 US Honda 11 Other Stocks and Bonds 12 Fpecie s 138391 13 Currency tti 135000 273391 14 Exchange for Clearings 15 Other Item carried na Cash 16 Furniture and Fixtures 189240 17 Fund to PRy Taxes 18 Current Expenses Last Quarter 54929 00 00 Give description location value mid how long own ed All real estate except banking house and lot if any owned longer than five years None 8159988 LIABILITIES 1 Capital Stock paid in in cash 20000 00 2 Surplus Fund 80000 3 Undivided Profits 63345 4 Due Depositors as follows viz Deposits subject to check on which interest is not paid 5016643 Deposits subject to check on which interest is paldl Demand certificates of deposits on which is paid Tune certificates of deposits on which interest is paid SavinenDfnosifi on which interest is paid Certified Checks 5 DUB National Banks 6 Due State flanks and Bankers 7 Due Trust Companies 8 Cashiers Checks outstanding 9 Billa rediscounted 10 Unpaid dividends 11 Taxes due unpaid 12 Capital Stock not paid SUPPLEMENTARY 1 Highest amount of indebtedness of any stockholder person company or firm including in the liabili ity of the company or firm the liability of the in dividual members thereof directly or indirectly if such indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capi talstock actually paid in and actual amount of surplus of that bank None 2 How is indebtedness stated in above item 1 secured Mortgage on teal Estate See Section 683 Kentucky Statutes 3 Highest amount of indebtednfss of any dlrectoror ofijcerlf amount of such indebtednerajcCccecda 10 per cent of paidupcaplta1 stock of bank None See Section 683 Kentucky Statutes 4 How is same secured Personal property 5 Does amount of indebtedness of ajKperton compa ny or firm including in the llabiwy of the compa ny or firm the liability of the individual members thereof exceed 30 per cent of paidup capital aDd actual surplus No a If so state amount of such indebtedness 6 Amount of list ltvldendi 60000 7 Were all expenses losses interest and taxes deduc ed therefrom before declaring1 dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of pet profit of the bank for the period covered by the Uvld nil ar ried to the surplus fund before said dividend was I declared t Yes See Section 696 Kentucky Statutes 8159988 STATE OF KENTUCKY 1 CouNTY OF WOLFE j 6S anddololthe foregoing report is in all respects a rue statement of tbe condition ofttes- aid Bank at the osebf business on tbeBlst day of December 1907 to the best lsiulrbubofStateI shall be made J P BRISSEY Cashier B JJ ROSE JR Director B D COX Director DirectorSubscribed 7thdayNotaryPublicSEAL Cheer From Texas WILMEB TEX 2207 KyDearprice of THE HERALD and American Farmer for one year and will ask for tho song that was compos ed about the assassination of Gov Goebe Wishing a happy Christmas New Year to THE HEll ALD force and ifs readers I am Respectfully T A FALLEN I Dr Miles 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