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I Ii f l 1 i4r f rT ir 7f 1JZ i 1P I r i It THE HAZEL GREEN HERALDO Established March 4 1886 Mad Famous la the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORoll O TWENTYTHIRD YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 10 1908 NUMBER 28 aw eIIpndOEdltBorThe Oldestfat Popular Mjst Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains IIStOO a Year un Lexington and Eastern RailwayI r Time Table in Effect Noy 18 1906 WEST BOUND D No1 yv= STATIONS I11 Sunday No3 d AM Arr PIIArr 6 10 0 Jackson 0 2 20 pm II I6 pmOK 225pm 7 07 am 20 Junctionl 20 3 20 pm 7 SO am 40 40 341pm 7 45 am 44 Nat 44 3 65 pm 7 43 am Compton Juntn 3 57 pm- t 15 am 57 I Stanton I 57 A 26 rim 8 25 am 62 Clay City OK 4 35 pm 9 Ooam 70 LEJunon 70 507 pm 9 12 sm 90 Winchester 90 5 20 om 9 55 am 94 Lexingtonl94 005 pm EAST BOUND No2 I zINo4Daily ex = STATIONS Dally an d Sundaym Sunday PM Lye I H IAMLTe 2 25 pm 0 Lexington 0 7 35 am 3 10 pmlO Winchester 20 8 13 am 3 25 pm LEJunctlonJ 8 26 pm 4 00 pm 40 Clay Clty40 9 02 am 4 10 pm 44l Stanton 44 9 10 am 4 40 pm Campton Juntn 38 pm 4 45 pm 57 Nat Bridge 57 19 43 am 4 57 pm 62 Torrent 62 56 am 518 pm 70 BeattyveJo am 6 10 pm 90 OKJnncn 7011017 am 6 15 pm 94HJackson am CONNECTIONS- L E JONCTIOX Trains Nog 12 nn 1 will make connection with the CORy for Mt Sterling CAMPTON JUNCTIONTralns Nos 1 2 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Centrali Ry for Pine Rldire and Campton ButiTYVLLE JurcrIONTrains Nos 2 and 4 will make connection at Beattyvillel with the L and A Railway for passengers to and from Bell ttvvlllp 0 K JDNCTION Trains Nos 3 and 4 connect with the O K Railway for local stations on the O K Railway W A MCDOWELL General Manager OBASSCOTT Gen Pass Agent I OHIO KENTUCKY RAILWA- TIME TABLE MAY 21 1905 WESTBOUND No 33 I I N ol1 Dally ex = STATIONS Dally ex Sunday If I Sunday PMAB 0 27 PM AU 6 20 6 Canael City 22 12 35 4 55 11 Heleehawa 20 12 19 a 45 13HLee City t 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 5- 1UJ 22 Wiljinwt 8 1144 a 10 27 OAK Junction 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND No34 IC II No2 Dally n STATIONS Daily e= Attnna f P Sunay t4A3iL PL Lv- t 7 10 27 Camiel City 0 1 00 7 33 21 neltehawa46 117 i7 45 19 Lee CItYM 11 123 8 24 13 Hampton 13 1 44 8 87 JO w sminnriUi 20 151 Iff 26 1 OAK7nncton 22 225 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 Nol21 and 22 will make close connectioi- at 0 AK Junction with Notv S and 4 fe point oo the XezUt6p pd Eat rnfBill way M L CONLEY Superintendentt mQlfal e tmFn811Iad No 1 No 2 DEPART ARRIVE 000 a m Campton 1130 a m 200 p m Campton 000pm KB 2 No1 lihlVE DEPART 7 80 amCamp Juno10QamI 3 80 pm0ampn Juno 440 pmI makesconnection t I senger tranhjj DR 0 H WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KYITt Offers his profestional services to the clti zeni of hazel Green and surrounding coun try and will answer all calls of affliction 1 Office at his residence adjoining HalelIGreen Bank I J J1 tL la tt 1 1k L L KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefnlly Collated and Ceiclsely I Chronicled The courthouse at Calhoun was de atrojed by firolsit week AH the court records for McLean county were turned LoaM iODi60CHX A gang of toughi I Bthemselet Eighteen Honest Men are terrorizing the citizens of Centrall City One eP zen hits been killed nod two others hjtvr been waylaid and seriously1 beaten inv WUltnlIJlI his first penJpa Friday The pardoned man is Saaitla Hosenlierry a junk dealer of Louisville who bad been fiijed T5 antisyuwyced to 10 days in jail for drawing a pistol Ina crowd John Clark the negro life prisoner who escaped from the Frankfort peni tentiary on the 6th inst was captured in Lexington Saturday night He made no rexistauce and said he was glad to get book It J Hunt Circuit court clerk of Montgomery county was stricken with paralysis after he had retired at bin home in Mt Sterling Friday night His entire right side was affected and he was unconscious for several hours Because John Clayton came to his home in Jludisonville the other night determined to kill the entire family his brotherinlaw John Knight split his head open with an axe Knight escaped sentid ment of the neighbors is with him Postmaster Harvey McHargue was shot nnd killed and Claude Price was fatally stabbed in an altercation at Shop vine in Pulaski county the other day The trouble is said to have been the result of McHargun ordering Price to stop calling on a young woman in the post masters home Charles Blount 15 years old while hunting near Beattyville the other day accidentally shot himself through the arm and shoulder and is Ina critical condition He Is a nephew of Robert 8 Evans who was killed in a pistol duel with City Marshal Davidson in Beatty ville a short time since OddYFellow and a pioneer of Kentucky died in Louisville last week aged 96 years He was the head of a family of four generations and was born in Henry county early in the nineteenth century Ho bad been a farmer all his lire and bad built up a considerable fortune Only his great grandchildren survive Hit children and grandchildren are all deadAt a recent joint meeting of the Per iclean Cecropean and Philotbean socie ties of Kentucky University and College of the Bible in Lexington a committee WM appointed to prepare a petition to tho Jegi aturc for an appropriation with which to repair the statue of Henry moausment to the distinguished Kentuckian in Lexington cemetery About three yean ago the bead of the statue was entirely knocked offby lightning At Elkhorn City in Letcher county William Wright and Kinney Howell beg came involved jn a quarrel over the al leged illegal arrest of a man named Jim Wrighthomewas killed Farris Wright a brother of William arrived about this time and seeing hisbrother dead on the ground ho opened fire upon Kenny HowellI and the latterfl brother Jack Howell He wounded both the men the latter fatally Farris Wright then surrendered to the sheriff Mies Anna Bright a wealthy and pope ular young woqaan of Richmond caught firejn sinetin accountable way Satur day and was horribly burned from the effect of jribjcli she died a few hours aterShe J adbeen very ill and con lined to her bed for several days and left alone for a few moments her screams attracted her mother who ran to her rescue and tried to extinguish the flames Their screams were heard by a negro passing the house who ru bed in andsucceeded iu putting out the fire but not before the old lady as well as himself had been terribly burned i i tK LEE COT LOCALS 0Sam Elam is moving to the farm x f J K Rose Cager Centers of Belknapwas in town Friday Expect to report a wedding in next weeks letter Allensofttend school Samuel Rose sold his farm on the Stamper branih to Bruce Lew is of Morgan county Garingerhavol theyexpect Daysborohe was stopping at Allison Roses William Robinets school closed Jan 3 He taught a good school and is an exceptionally good teach ere Jobe Morrison and Jim Patrick are erecting a building in which groceriesin Sunnysidebegan last Monday There were fifteen scholars in attendance She ex peots as many more Monday week Willie Wilson who has been living in Middletowu 0 for the past fourteen months returned verylittleThos Smith genial manager of Smith it Allens general store here was in the country Monday and Tuesday collecting C B Allen waited on their customers while Mr Smith was away H W Bryant has been appointed postmaster The office was moved Jan 1 Mr Bryant has a buildingforpaper and made every improve ment necessary Jan 18 A R From Another Correspondent David Johnsons little girl is very low with lobar pneumonia C W Rose Sons are doing a fine business since JT Day closed out here Give them a call Miss Mollie Taulbee who has been visiting her sister Mrs Lillie C Dunn left last Thursday for her home Miss Pearly Taulbee left here Monday for Hazel Green where she will attend school until next May or June Bruce Banks and Miss Kissie Brummite were married at Jack returnedherea wedding supper Miss Mollie Oney is progressing nicely with her subscription school here We think it helped her to board at the 0 B Allen hotel as they feed real well Drs W P Wise and Jaa H Dunn vaccinated the children of Farmer May deceased to get them ready for the Odd Fellows Home at Lexington Dr J H Dunn reports the fol lowing births To the wife of An dy Birchfield of WUhurst a boy to the wifftof Jerry Dunn Jan 10 a 10Ib girl fee 10 Born Jan 13 to the wife of Bert Senters a stillborn child It was horn at 5 oclock in the evening and Mrs Senters died at 8 She had lobar pneumonia She leaves a husband and five children who have the sympathy of their neighbors and the entire commu nity for she was a dear good wo man Dr Dunn was the attend ing physician Jan 14 PKNNIK From Still Another Pearl Gullott of Neoaln was in town Saturday throughhere j Y Galloway Sebastian and sister Dora visited friends hero part of this week Misses Nora and Ethel Wise and Manila Patrick visited on Green brier Sunday Miss Lucinda Perkins of nol knap enrolled in school at this place Monday Fridayfromtransacting business for a week South Rose who is attending school at Hazel Green visited his father W C Rose at this place from Saturday until Monday Miss Mollie Oney caught fire last Monday morning and received quite a shock as well as an injured eye The causi of the fire was due to a lamp which she had in her hand being too near her hair The flames rushed into her face and eyes She wan alone in her room at the Allen Hotel and no one heard her screams She threw a skirt around her and extinguish ed tho flumes without any serious results LANDSAW LACONICSio Corn and feedare scarce in this neighborhood Corn is soiling at 75con ts Joe Whisman of the Cnlaboose neighborhood visilil1 his out = in H L Whisman last wouL J M Teeter who has been in legnlbusiness Oliver Kash who has been teach ing in Breathitt has returned home and is preparing to enter school at Campton W H Taylor who recently pur chased the Taylor Hatton farm is improving it wonderfully by fenc iug and buildings Rollin Combs the boss teamster luIpherfromGreen for Joe Rose E T Kash went to Hazel Green last Sunday to see his two sons Arthur and Otis who are attend ing school at that place Mort Halsey of tnis place has studying paratory to work as agent at that placeAbel Hampton has routed the Harvey Halsey steam mill which is now located on the farm of Er readyforI ofJtbeyoung itbeinggMiss Lula Combs In the talking machine contest at the store of E T Kasb those who have been successful so far are N L Combs Maude Miller W C Rose and H L Whisman Tan IS ANON MURPHY FORK MINUTES 0 Aunt Martha Murphy is still on thsick list Cecil Hurt brother of Jim facewas accidentally Ibotiin the while bird buntincbjstwoek J JJle wound is not Bejcrous David War of Illinois was a guest of Dr Harry Murphy a few days last week He was en route to Oklahoma to live in the future Luther Brown of the Calaboose moved last week to Henry Mur phys placo and Will Ayers who formerly lived there moved to Willie Murphys place John Lnweon moved from Henry HsrrYslfamons tied at securing a No1 Jan 13 tenantII M tf i IL t HeartI Troubles The heart may be weaK just the same as the eyest stomach or other organs It often happens that a person is born with a weak heart Then again disease fevers overexertion anxiety nervousness rheumatism etc weaken the heart The result is shortness of breath palpitation pain in the heart or in some of the nerves of the chest or abdomen The heart should be strengthened with a tonic equalsDrI had LtiGrlppc last fall as I thought In a mild form I was weak tired feeling and short of breath goodllnlbreathing and extremely nervous J began taking Dr Mlles Heart Cum and Nervine and now I feel so much hotter In every way I nm BO thank ful that I began taking this medicine and shall not hesitate to tell others how much good It has done me MRS F J NORTON Freevllle New York Your druggist sells Or Miles Heart Cure and we authorize him to return fallstoElkhartIndI RHEUMATISM LUi11As0 iCIA IC- NEURALGIA an- ii KIDGEY TRDUB 1Etl Mktskcnlnter iUzrksttiiUlood- gr HF + 4asf a w IC are tb 4ltbee eausea of thew AvvaUe d- ienamaupya1tpa r4irah oat In1- reita ifiro1qIJsoseabpp3 l5 e ektadvtL 1 tYOra zke tet ti b ILAND of LtA1auet ltaaasbrt rw wosDilW phtDr tLD t abeul6t aeAgrIRRr 1tar1- II d 8- 7oa axe as w lihiteiWeeralats IOdaey a or say kin 41qd b01tlePof 11 BROW can fee lueAaDT tePKtto o f iaectiretYtreleiaf opl5moboenlnel i ohoi UBOMUW sad otter imilK InSedUnta fltMBcttte assorsLeo5PHWe t IIIEYiM4bx tECO1f1PAm- fheO LSk sts olatai THiGk8S18ill2WYI i N H WITH RSPOON President Paltl Up Capital 1 lOOOOOOO UmllYllea Fronts 11000000- Uandiome Deputlt of over i I 00000000 This bank solicits the accounts of m rlmuta farmers traders and bus mess weu generally throughout ElIot ern Kentucky andJ offer its customers every facility and the most liberal- S terms within the limits of legitimate T haukinj loct2ly t ii i iI3 2 L r Mr = JI T r p r i f j r I ITHE MERAL Entercdat the irve1 Green Itoitiee a eeccn1 clnM matter SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Jan 16 1908 ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK authorized to nnnnunci TUTTnre as a candidate for the office of County Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party FOR SHERIFF are authorized to announce SMITHWeI SMITH as H candidate for the office of JsnerilF of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER to announce DYERWeareauthorizedI for the office df Jailer of Wolfe County ub- jjjest to the action of the Democratic party Relation of the Public Schools- to Kentuckys Commercial Development History proves that ignorance Iud iliiUiiy arc absolutely in fumpatilit1i with commercial and industrial achievement The av erage height of our intelligonce the average ekill of our labor the average industry of our citizens the average standard of living ol our entire people these determine the economic position of our state A trained citizenshipi i insures wealth and all that civilization meansTo appreciate that the rural school is the pivotal point of the whole question of state develop ment in Kentucky wo must re member that we ate a rural peo ple Over 87 per cent of our en tire school population lives in the country and if the great majority of these children are trained at all the country schools must do it If we can once get the 600 000 country children enrolled in our schools get them to attend regularly and furnish them train ed teachers good buildings and all equipment necessary for a school it will put Kentucky a half century ahead and do more to lift up the state than anything elseWe have to face the painful fact that less than half our school pop ulation attends school i that many of our country schools are worth less i that the average pay of 82 does not always secure trained competent teachers The problem would be easier if these neglected people always wanted good schools if they always wanted their chil dren trained Wo must not only improve the schools but in some instances we must actually create a desire for them an interest in them In the majority of instances however people are hungry for an education and parents are glad to make any sacrifice to secure the benefit of a good school for their children But it requires a sym pathetic imagination or actual ob servation to realize the helpless ness of our illiterate poor for self oducatian Dr Scovell may send out from the experiment station his bulletins that tell how to en rich the soil what crops pay best how to improve the trees and stock but these people get no benefit from them They can not read Their loss is the states loss The chains of illiteracy bind the humble unskilled toilers to drudg ery and degradation with fetters that only an aroused people can break In thirtyeight counties of our state as the men march up to the ballot box on election day every fourth man has to look at r ticketrminy of the helplessness of free born white Kentuckians will fire us to action The loss to our state of wisely directed industry of productive skill due to our past neglect of the rural schools can nott be estimated Since the great commercial cur rents are rapidly shifting their l course from tho oust to the south and west and undreamedof op portunities for material development are rapidly coming our way opportunities that will be mul tiplied many times when the Pan ama canal is colupletedwe must see to it that the children of Ken I tacky are fitted to do their part of the worlds work Extracts from an address made by Mrs A N Iloark before the State Develop ment Association in Louisville Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications as they can not reach tho diseased portion of the oar There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by con stitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustach ian Tube When this tube gets in 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 con dition hearing will be destroy ed forever i nine cases out often are caused by catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condi tion of the mucous surfaces Wo 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 CAMPTON CURRENCY 0 Circuit court will begin here next Monday Jan 20 Tom Wilson visited his parents in Madison county Thursday and Friday of last week Sam J Elkins and wife were vis iting the latters parents oil Still water Saturday and Sunday J P Brissey cashier of the Far mers and Traders Bank made a business trip to Stanford last week Claude Stamper has returned from Berea and will attend school here during the winter and spring Miss Bessie Byrd and a Miss Jett daughter of Sam Jett of Winchester are visiting in Camp ton this week Hon A F Byrd of Winchester takingdepositions Folks vs J T Hanks A B Cox one of Campions most successful clerks is now in the new company store first floor of the Masonic Hall he being one of the stockholders of this com panyThe trustees of our little town are to be commended for their work in putting in new street crossings and repairing old ones They have added greatly to the convenience of the pedestrians of the town The marriage register of the county court clerks office shows that licenses have been issued to the following persons since our last letter Claude Day and Miss Zerilda Cox i Samuel Poison and Haney Davis j Calloway Sebastian and Miss Junie Rose Mr Sebas tian was in town yesterday look ing but little worse for his sad misfprtune on election day and modestly informed the writer that ThursdayJan gratulations in advance C F Combs will leave today at noon for Madison county and aft er spending a few days with his father will go direct to Ganado Tex He expects to engage in the banking business in the Lone Star state in the near future and his experience in business generally together with a long term as as sistant cashier of the bank at this place and the confidence that his integrity of purpose win to his side insure him abundant success The farmers of Wolfe county and business men generally of Eastern Kentucky and all who know Courtney regret to see him leave his native county and state Jan 14 8S STILLWATER SPARKLES 0 D B Tyra was visiting at the home of yo scribe Friday histServices were held at Stillwater bridge Sunday by Rev J 0 Barker and othersI f t Tab Rose is working in the interest of a book concern appoint ing agents etc i salary 80 po monthJames Harmon will move to Gampton soon James Webb will move into the property on Vamp Roses place vacated by Harmon The case of Jamos Harmon for breachof the peace committed against Mary Harmon his wife will be tried in Squire Taylors court today Riley Patrick and James Rob nett of Lee City were visiting at the home of ye scribe Thursday and Friday Mr Robnett thinks he will make the race for superintendent at the coming primary Jan 111 COWBOY A Cure for Misery I have found a cure for the misery malaria poison produces says R M James of Louellen S C Its called Electric Bitters and comes in 50 cent bottles It breaks up a case of chills or a bil ious attack in almost no time i and it puts yellow jaundice clean out of commission This great tonic medicine and blood purifier gives quick relief in all stomach liver and kidney complaints and the misery of lame back Sold undo guarantee at all dealers GILLMORE GLEANINGS o Jeff Smith on the 7th inst killed a largo gray eagle measur ing seven feet and four inches from tip to tip The eagle had a steel trap fastened to one of its toes which looked as if it had been there for some time The owner can have the trap by giving a description of it Mies Alice Ely is making prep arations to start to school Monday at the Hazel Green Academy All wish her much success- J M Ely is erecting a large two story building at his old home stead on Gillmore Jan 10 TEDDY POMEROYTON PARAGRAPHS O Ray Hanks of Campton is this week visiting his grandfather W CatronBernham Ledford and Tipton Oldfield left the 11th for Camp ton where they will attend school the ensuing term Henry Matlock a commercial tourist in company with Frank Johnson Jr as driver was last week interviewing our merchants Dink Murphy and family who have fio long resided at May town passed through here last week en route to the blue grass section where he has rented a farm Rev Lilburn Houaker of Sand field filled his regular appoint ment at the Trimble school house the Illth and 12th Quite a good deal of interest was manifested Rev Barney Blankenship has just losed a series of meetings at Hickory Grove From there In goes to Mariba where he perhaps will hold another series of meet ingsTbe trustees of Long Branch school district No 8 Saturday the 11th sold at public outcry the school house at that place The contract foi the new building was taken by Andrew Hughes Walter Peck who this year taught the school at Sulphur has contracted to teach a school near Yale His sister Miss Myrtle who taught the Longbranch school has also begun another in the low er edge of the county There are still one or two other districts that have never been supplied with teachersJan N Sfioriffs Sate for TQYPQ IdAuo VIRTUE OF TAXES due me as By of the County of Wolfe and State of Kentucky I or one of ray dep uties will on- MONDAY FEBRUARY 3 1908 proceed to sell the following real estate situated in the 4th precinct and describ ed as follows James Helton 75 acres adjoin ing the landof Wilson Branaw tax and cost 4i4 Quissenberry Heirs 1765 acres adjoining the lands of c S Bush tax and cost 433 Leonard Profit 60 acres adjoin- Ing the lands oiL Tt Spencer tax and cost 37 K U Land Co 220 acres ad joining the lands of J H Drake U H F PIERATTpreSidentE F CECIL VicePresnt MARION KNIGHT Cashiert S G SAMPLE Attorney tiWttttl gitcch 1i 4 1500000 iai ai i ilill Ai DIRECTORS H SMITH H F PIER ATT MLEE J P ROSE T WHALEY BEN MURPHY E ONEY E F CECIL IiE JAMES B ELKINS Bank solicits the accounts of Merchants Farmers and Business Men generally Most Liberal within the limits of 1e Itlmate banking Ladies Dress Goods In Fancy and Fashionable Patterns Hamburg Laces as fine as looms can make j GENTS FURNISHING GOODS in cluding ties shirts collars suspenders etc i Prints of the Ilatest design and Domestics bleached and unbleached i a line of Rugs including Brussolls and ingrain weaves Oils Paints Drugs Glass Putty Stoves Tinware Crockery c CLOTHING SHOES HATS CAPS m ndless variety and great quantity so low in price you will be bound to buy Did we hear sonobody say GROCERIES P Well weve pot emand canned goods of every kindAp j ricots Peaches Peas Tomatoes Corn Sweet Taters and fijj But pshaw 1 Come and see Respectfully KASH SAMPLE LI = =o= = = Vd = M = MILLERSCUTS SACRIFICE SALEBeginning SATURDAY January 11 and ending SATURDAY February 20 1908 I will sell goods at the following cutprices 21 Mens Suits worth1100 Sacrifice price 1719 6 1d IC 750 431 50 Pairs Pants 250II tI 179 ai II II 150 99c 41 Odd Coats 200 149 Flannels worth per yard 12 cII flic Calicoes 7c 6ic MWAll goods in stock cut accordingly Come at once Do not wait Get your bargains while they last Respectfully D c 1VIILIEt ww BEREA COLLEGEI Term now in session I IWinter received at any time 3 Collegiate Courses 2 Academy Courses 3 Normal Courses Commercial Music Industrial Etc SOMETHING GOOD FOR EVERY STUDENT FREE TEXT BOOKS in lower classes Best preparation for teaching business farm management household management law medicine or any other honorable calling Ss Expenses Under Ten Dollars a Month NT Write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE Berea Kentucky I I TodayIand C C Hanks tax and cost 1050 Jerome Ledford 25 acres ad joining the lands of Wm Led ford tax and cost 370 Morton Swango 150 acres ad joining the lands of E O Che nault tax and cost 373 Levied on Dec 27 1907 J W COX Sheriff By QED M SPEEOER DI INSTRUCTIVEINTERESTING EnglishHow ItA Monthly I UtoJOSEPHINE TURCK BAKER EDITOR PARTIAL CONTENTS e Course In Grammar VocnbulnryThe l ConversntlonSbnll IIoWtoThemPronunciations DictionaryCorrect HomeCorrectSchoolWhat Say PunctuationTwenty T fanCompound y ThemStudiesAGENTS WANTED CopyCORRECT Rheumatic Pains retlored by eqa N JDr Miles AntlPala PUU KfVWll tip I i r or 3- I TheCough of ConsumptionYour fresh air and good food are the real cures for consumption But often the cough is very hard Hence we suggest that you ask your doctor about your taking Ayers Cherry Pectoral It controls the tick ling quiets the cough ear famalM banish ttMhol ilhW OTMXUUM w VP71I t ooniult your doctor One of Ayers Pills at bedtime will cause an increased flow of bile and produce a followingFormula IllnceDOle+ Had by th J C AjIr Co Lon KM rJdHERALD MORe Blankenship and bride net Alma Swango were in town on Thursday last Miss Nannie Day of Maytown is this week visiting Miss Lou Ward and other friends of town O4STOEtIABean theThe Kind You Kara Mays Bought natnreof dfhl Anyone wishing to buy a good 200 razor can get one at 100 as long as they last by applying at this office tf Correspondence this week compels us to omit an article by Floyd Sally which will appear in our next papei Married at the residence of the brides parents Allison Rose and wife near Lee City on Thursday January 10 Miss Juuie Rose and Galloway Sebastinn oASfTOR= Bean theThe Wad You Han Always Bought Signature fhlct A Sebron Walters last week bought of Henry C Haddix about 50 acres adjoining his farm for 500 It is the same land Mr Walters sold to Mr Haddix a few years ago Married at the residence of the brides mother M r s Rebecca Swango near Maytown on Thurs day Jan 0 Miss Alma Swango and Mose Blankenship of Virginia otea is es cJaBaas theThe Kind You Have Always Bought Signature fhlof John Davis of Lexington for many years a resident of our town paid Hazel Green a flying business visit Thursday last and had a handshake with many of his warm friends tCorolus Chaney of Daysboro was in town Monday and had some cards printed for his horse John Stonewall Breeders should read the pedigree of this horse and breed to him as he has fine strains of blood j A G Beard who has the con tract to build the concrete dormi e ti titoryfor the boy students at thy academy left Monday on a business trip to Lexington and said he might extend his visit to Iiuli anapolis his home The LadicsAid Society will meol Thursday today promptly at 1 oclock p in with Mrs Rosc i Shackelford Hereafter the Aid i Society will meet on Thursday oj I ch week except the first Thurs day which is for the Cemetery Association instead of Tuesday a formerly For Sale I offer for sale at a sacrifice mY L property in Hazel Green JOHN W CRAVEN s Frankfort Ky t I t tIj1It i New Officers Chosen The Cemetery Association met Tuesday Jan 7th and elected the following officers for tho ensuing year Mrs H J Derthick PresidentI Mrs J H Rose VicePresident Mrs F N Day Secretary Miss Lou Ward Treasurer I The association will meet on the first Thursday in each month in stead of Tuesday The ladies of this association have been earnestly working to improve the ground and surroundings and without aid ilor assistance from many who have loved ones buried in the graveyard The association wants to buy a lot adjoining and appeals to the pub lic for donations Now is the time for those who have relatives bur ied there and who have not given aid so far to help kesp green the graves of their loved ones The ladies will gladly and gratefully accept any assistance tendered Berea Booming The winter term of Berea Col lege opened New Years day with the largest attendance ever known in all its departments The Nor mal is particularly fine with sev eral new instructors special work in Nature study and Science and Practice Teaching and Theory far ahead of anything before known in Kentucky The steam cookers have made the board as popular as it is cheap Students are pour ing in every day and there are so many classes that every one can be placed with others like himself and make most rapid progress There are many bright entertain ments on the program for this winter and the students are all looking forward to the Mountain Congress in February as really more important than the meeting of the legislature at Frankfort Married on Thursday Jan 0 at the residence of the brides pa rents Fielden Cox and wife of Toliver Claude Day of Maytown and Miss Rilda Cox Uncle Johns Adams officiating A wedding feast was set for the guests about 50 people and it was fit for the gods After dinner the wedding party came to Hazel Green and Aunt Judy Ward set a supper for them Then came the charivari CASTORIAForI The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the CRignature Mrs Easter Nickell left Sunday morning for Richmond where she joins her husband Roe Nickell who left last week for that place Roe decided that the bluegrass country was the place for him and for the year rented a farm about one and a half miles from Richmond Miss Arta Dye closed her school at Consolation Friday The peo plo of that district think liar the only teacher for them She has made an exceptional record as a thorough and accomplished tea cher the credit for it being due her alma mater Hazel Green Ac ademy We acknowledge receipt of an nual pass over the Ohio and Ken tucky railroad for which Supt Conley has our thanks Apropos we wish to also thank President John C M Day of the Mountain Central for an annual over his road We hope to have the pleasure of using both Friends of Hazel Green Acad emy will rejoice to know that that institution has just received donation of 10000 to be devoted to the establishment of an industrial plant or plants The nature of the plant has not yet been agreed upon but Prof Carter left Mon day to consult the C W B M in regard to the matter It Does the Business E E Chamberlain of Clinton Me says of BucklensArnicaSolve It does the business j 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 25j at all dealers Mrs Belle Godsey yesterday pre sented our better seveneights with a lemon which weighed 112 ounces It was one of the two grown upon a bush less than three feet high in Mrs Lou Mizes flower pit this beipg the first crop It is highly appreciated Mrs Godsey may be assured and the recipient wishes she could keep it always A P Dye contractor and builder of this place who has been pro fessionally engaged by Charles E Denny of Middletown Ohic for the past year after spending the Christmas holidays at home left Jan 7 to join his employer at Hamilton Ohio for a short time but rumor says he has accepted a contract with a Mr Miller of Campton to build a large store and will therefore soon return to old Kentucky A Higher Health Level- I have reached a higher health level since I began using Dr Kings New Life Pillswrites JacobSprin ger of West Franklin Me They keep my stomach liver and bow els working just right If these pills disappoint you on trial money will be refunded at all dealers A fellow up in Ohio a week or so ago hid 000 behind his barn and when he went to get it he found that some one had drawn all but 40 Had he put in the Hazel Green Bank he would have been a happy contented man If you have money hid away in an old sock take it to the Hazel Green Bank and feel safe for that insti I Gibraltar tution is as sound as the rock of 00000000000000000000000000o o 0 g gDont neglect your cough 0tOt 10 tOt l IQt Statistics show that in New York City 0- gg alone over 200 people die every week from II consumptionI 0 iO 0 l Stf gwarning cough g 0You know how quickly Scott J o o Emulsion enables you to throw off a 0 coughor cold Wt ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 100 3- ooooooooOOOOOO s r 1foeooo 1 I a1o kUl i j The Kind You Have Always Bought and which Ions been in use for over 30 years has borne tho signature of rt and has been made under his per sonal supervision since its Infancy Allow no one todeceive you in this Alt Counterfeits Imitations andJust asgoodare but experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIACos- toria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare i gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neitheif Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Fowl regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep Tho Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTOR ALWAYS Bears the Signature of VTA The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THe CCNTAVR COMPANY TT MUNNAYTNtCT NW CONK CITY r 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 STlDY have been revised so as to afford the best advantages possible fur young men and wumen 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 tho 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 j Winter Term of 11 weeks 500 j Spring Term of 11 weeks 500 Board with Heat and Light 200 per week Furnished Rooms Free Write for Catalogues- M 0 CARTER SecyTreaslH JJ1 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 BOSH 6 O SVMlLi ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and CounselorsatLaw 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 ra Bank a JIbo 1Ioio M 4 I DAY HOUSE I Hazel Green Kv Mr LOl HAY 1roprletor Best table tare iu Eastern Kentucky A large sample room connected Heated Hilt lighted by gas throughout and special aei commodatious to traveling men Nerrrai er Sick Headache wilt tellqukfctjr to the Influent of Dr UUH- AnUPaln Pills M dose ft cent y j 0 i t f lif P J T ril t to l 1 1 U I IjIFES JOUKX13V1 nY PILA WIIKK1E WIICOX 0 CopyrightedI 1007 by AmericanJournal Examiner Ai tie ipeedoutof youths sunny station rte tuck seems to opine in the light Htttjt pnJdcnly shoots over ohasms Or sinks into tunnels of night lug Anc thQ hearts that were brave In the morn AreNBled with repining and fears Al they pauieat the City of Sorrow Or pas through the Valley of Tears Nut theroad of this perilous journey The hand of tiie Master has made With alHts dUeomforts and dangers Wen edaot be ud or afraid Nags leading from light into darkness jWayrjluDglng from gloom to despair Wind out through the tunnels of midnight- To fields that pre blooming and fair If Ton pause at the City of Trouble Or walt in the Valley of Team tt patient the train will move onward Ant gosh down the track of the years Whatever the place is you seek for Whatever your game or your quest You shall cOllie at the lust with rejoicing To the beautiful City of Rest Yon shall store all your baggage of worries You shall feel perfect peace in this realm Yon shall sail with old friends on fair waters With joy and delight at the helm I Von shall wander in cool fragrant garden With those who have loved you the best And the hopes that were lost in lifes journey You shall find in the City of Rest Rank Foolishness When attacked by a cough 01 cold or when your throat is sore it iis rank foolishness to take another y medicine than Dr King New Discovery eays C 0 Eld redge of Empire Ga I have used New Discovery for seven years and I know it is the best remedy on earth for coughs and colds croup and all throat and lung suhjecttoly cures the attack Known the world over as the King of throa and lung remedies Sold under guarantee by all dealers 50f and 100 Trial bottle free Wants Fifty Cents Worth BOWLING GREEN Ky January 9l 1508 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir Find enclosed P 0 money order for 50p for whicl please send me the worth of it iir the dear old HERALD Please date my subscription from the first of the year and send the back numhers from that date Very truly yours J T JONES 1018 Park St Bowling Green Ky To Any Young Man expecting to attend the Eastern Kentucky State Normal School at KyWrite presidentYMearly date as possible and he will make arrangements for meeting you at the train and finding suit abe boarding place You can then come to the office of the president who will assist you in making out your course of study DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable 1 inmost everybody who reads the news pipers is sure to know of the wonderful 11 I IcuresJ SwarnbAootf 111 KUmers III the great kidney liver remedyt cal triumph of the nine iiif teenth century dis- coveredl after years of ujU byDrI xB r nen kidney and blad der specialist and Is curinglamebles and BrlghtsDlsease which Is the worst form of kidney trouble Vr Kilmers SwampRoot Is not rec ommended for everything but if you have kidney liver or bladder trouble It will be found lust the remedy you need It has been tested I in so many ways In Hospital work In private practice among the helpless too poor to purchase I relief and has proved so successful In t every case that a special arrangement has t ample t paperhobottle sent free by mall also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to findI out if you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper and send your address to Dr Kilmer CoBlng hamton N Y The regular fifty nand Uoaofa empstool- t ollar sizes afesold by all good druggists rememberhmoj Elngnamtoi1t1 It Builds ForceJ 21 They Were Reminded WJLMEB Txx Jan 8 08 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir The Lady of the House has just informed me that you are about to call time on your paper and demand all subscribers to come across With the advanced price of the same so she desires a renewal at once under the old law if the days of grace have not passed enclosing a check to cover the same Wishing you the compliments of the season we are Respectfully yours Dr AND MRS J W FALLEN- P SI enclose M 0 for 150 being two years subscription from Aug 10 1900 to Aug 10 1008 Please mail receipt for same and oblige J W F I Cnren Itlonil tSkin Dlsonges Cnucer GrrntvRt flood Purifier FreeI If your blood is impure thin diseased hot or lull of humors if you have blond poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching risings and humps scabby limply skin bone pains catarrh rheumat any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood B B Soon BalmfBall sores heal aches stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggists or SamplefreetGs B B B in especially advissed for chronic deepseated cages as it cures after all else fai- lsBEN MURPHY DEALER IN GENERAL STORES NEOLA KY IOffers the citizens in and around Hele chawa the best 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 howtmuch you can sav- eGEORGE RIC- EUNDERTAKER HAZER GREEN KY 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 aqd wm atteiadall burials when so requested Public patronage is respectfully solicited 25tf GEO RICE FrMtflflj1a1 Trees Shrubs Grape Vines Asparagus Every thing for Orchard Lawn and Garden We employ no agents Catalogue on Application H F HILLENMEYER d SONS LEXINGTON KY KILLE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr kings New Discovery Foil Cg Ba mnAN- DALL THROAT ANLUNTROUILE GUARANTEED ATIBFAQTO OR MONEY sxramxD a1xw 1 1iL 1 11 p i s4iyeButt less because different I medicines act on different parts of the body Ont ne goes to the liver J another to the spine Wine of Cardul to the woltardoyrgth So that fe why I Wine oCarduilhas IMrsi j I without relief My back Md head vonM frartiirto iiiIf w 11 At- I W took Wino of Cardul apdJlDi Iram In good blali ti fi1ttrL eawbwWRITEV ou aIq 11 aTFYER OociILugJiHI1Inei 9I reIceivedter ladies furnishing goods i hats latest creation both trimmed au untrimmed 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 childrens cloaks ever on display in Hazel Green The ladies 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 i everything when you buy from Respectfully CECIL cis LONG THE MIDWINTER TERM which is the I rush term opens JANUARY 21 Do you want to be a working unit in the livest most ambitious bodyofft KentuckyIf n tdhdent now about ari appointment to free tuition if you have not al ready done uo and write to the President pf the EK8 N S for a catalog telling him what studies you desire Address fcNROARK 1624 RICHMOND KY j Buggies t BugglBsls IT Toe cltizeneof MazeJ Green and this vicinity are herewith informed that they t can now buy firstdata buggies at home I am prepared to furnish the best made and at reasonable price I dont han dIe anything but firstclass buggies andtt those who want cheap claptraps will have to go elsewhere t 9ilemember if you want a FIRST CLASS BUGGY one that will give satisfaction in comfort and wear I can youCall see met my shop in Hazel Green Respectfully JOHN H ROSE I J tA =K ItoJll t I JIi l n I Ay IJrrIf Z 0e th 0 rI g r- I 0I f11 0 CV1 Z EJ fA t 7- 1I Epl t I 11 a0 V aj u ZII I e 0tt ac 1 B I C drJ 1 L I m1t ZP s o- Z N i Z N S CO W pi rJ o t0 1 l t t Jlniua I J I J Jciti 0 I IY C C tva van IIt A s o no A cr I- cs g 0 r ost r= L IUFOW tea C OWw w 1 A NEW MlLLINBRY jj- AND DRESS MAKING ESTABLISHMENT misS8SJaQoge JII8lle131p881I TII OVER KASH do SAMPLES HAZEL GREEN KY Misses MAPEL TROY Announce to the ladies of Hazel Green and tho surrounding coun try thatthoyhave just opened an uptodate Millinery and Dress- Making Establishment Our line of hats are the most artistically trimmed ever seen in Hazel Green many of them being pattern hate t andas they were selected by an expert milliner they are sure to please tho most fastidious in taste a- In addition to the millinery business which includes all the latest 1 trimmings we 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 sowing We are located over Kash dc Samples store and wn UHBU e you that all our goods are firstclassk yourselfSolicitingMAPEL TROY 4- j F 1 i I