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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r ar se iT r 1+i fJU 3d i rT y q f srr I r FInfJwJfitJIi JII Z I h FIll II Iv QM4 I CI J I JIII 1 HE HAZEL GREEN HERALD HO Established March 4 1886 Made Famous In the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max OBell O TWENTYTHIRD YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 20 1908 NUMBER 24 YearOwner I 4 J RailwayiVine Table in Effect Noy 18 1906 WEST BOUND I I SI No 3 Dilly ax- Snn STATtONS Daily and ty a Sunday AMArr II PMArr 6 10un 01 Jackson 01 2 20 pm 6 1ft pm I OK Junction 2 25 pm 7 07 am 20 BeattyTeJc 20 3 20 pm 730 am 40 Torrent 40 3 ofl pm 7 45 am 44 Nat Bridge 44 3 66 pm 7 43 urn I Campton Junln I 3 57 pm 8 15 am 57 Stanton 57 4 26 pm 8 25 am 62NClay City 62 4 35 pm 900lm 70 LEJunon 70 II 07 pm 9 12 am 90 Winchester 90 11201 81 9 55 am 94 Lexlngton94 0 06 pm EAST BOUND No2 Ii 4- Daily ex STATIONS Daily and I Sundayo Sunday PY rveAMLye 2 25 pm Q Lezington 0 7 36 am 3 10 pin iO Winchester 20 8 13 am 3 25 pm LAEJunction 8 26 pm 4 00 nn 40 Clay City 40 9 02 am 4 10 pIn HNStanton 44 9 10 am 4 40 pm Campton Jnntn I 9 38 pm 4 45 pm 57 Nat Bridge 57 9 43 am 4 57 pm 62 Torrent 621 9 56 am 5 Ifl nm 70 BeattvveJe 70110 17 nro G 10 11 15 am 8 lti pmgNJackson14 11 20 am rOVNEHTIOKS- L A K hrsl TtnvTrains Noa 12 and 3 will make connection with the COlly for Mt SrerllneC- AMVTOV Trxrrios Trnlns Nos 1 2 3 and 4 the Mnnntnlti Central Rr lInc Iollllfwith tl eaplpton Hi TTYVUK JrstTioN Trnlns Now 2 aml 1 will make onmtlmi at Itertttvvllle with li 1 I nilttyi Cor tII rer to nn iil mni U iKviV 0tc K InTIIrrlll Vf n jinil 4 connect wHlMhe 0C K llnllwny for local stallmw mi the O t C Hallway W nrTVWFLT f irr1RnnFer OILSSCOTT ten Pats Agent t OHIO KENTUCKY RAILWAY TIME TABLE MAY 21 1905 WEST BOUND No Sex I SI Daly 21 Daily STATIONS ex tinntlay andya P FMABB 0 27 PM ABB 5 20 6 Cannel City 22 12 35 4 65 11 Jleleehawa 20 12 19 S 45 13NLee City 13 12 13 405 20 IDiptonN 11 11 61 3 62 22 Wilburst M 6 11 44 3 10 27 OAK Junction 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND No S4 IK SI No22- Dajly ez STATIONS n Daily ex 8anday Sunday AM LYE P M LVE 7 10 27NNCannel City 0 1 00 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 Lee CItYN 11 1 23 824 13 NHamptonM 13 1 44 837 10HWUbuntM 20 161 ft 25 1 OAK Junction 22 2 25 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 Noi21 and 22 will make close connectioi at O A 1L Junction with Nol 3 and 4 for polnta on the Lexington and Eastern Rail way M L CONLEY Superintendent i muntaInGBntalnalIroa J INo 1 No 2 DEPART ARRIVE 600 a mCamptou1180 a m 200 p m Campton 000 p m No2 No1 ARRIVE DEPART 780 amCampn Juno 10 05 am 8 80 pmCampn Juno 4 40 pm t The Mountain Central makes connection with all L E pas senger trains iSDRPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY t Offers his profeitlonal services to the clti lens of Haiti Orceu and lurrouuding conn t afflictiondeiaaatGreed Bank 1 fid t 1t tu CAMPION CURRENCY n E F and 0tV Cecil of Gras sy were attending court at this place yesterday- G D Cook is now proprietor of the St Cloud Hotel having moved in some time last week The writer was misinformed when ho said in his letter last week that Miss Bessie Byrd was visiting in Campton and now makes the correction Senator Beuj Sewell and Repre sentative A C Oliver came up from Frankfort Saturday to be with their families over Sunday They left for Frankfort again Monday morning The school at this place is pro gressing nicely under the manage meut of the principal Prof E E Whiteside The attendance is the host that has been recorded for several years Circuit court convened here Monday morning at 10 oclock The regular judge Robert Riddel having sustained serious injuries in a fall at his home in Irvine tho governor had been notified that Judge Riddell could not attend at this term George W Stone of Leitchfield was appointed spe cial judge to hold this term of court and was present at the con vening of court yesterday morn ing The bar generally are well pleased with the selection mnde by the governor Commonwealth At torney James P Adams is in nt tendance und prosecuting with his usualI zeal Tho flowing is n 1 list of visit itiK attorneys Klly Knsh D B Itfdwine1 and J YUoi Unpins Jnck eiu Z T Hurt licxer J B Wliito Irvine T CJohnsnnTul Ifgi KliiiH Shuckey JIazll Grit- S II M Nickell West Liberty John Tester Landsaw J C Lykins Lexington and A F Byrd Win chesterThe juriesGrand JuryH B Tyler Joe Mullins W L Bush Sr R H Haddix Wm Center Elijah Kidd A J Hollon John H Brooks J M Tolson Geo C Lacy John N Harris and OE Lacy Trial Jury No 1Joab Pence Peter Cable Geo Chapman Bar ney Kiucaid Jonas Taulbee J B Kash R M Shookey J W Hal sey Lewis Hatton Willie Oliver A B Robinson and David Rose Trig Jury No 2S S Rose Austin Crawford JB MoNabb S P Murphy Jesse Shapkelford R A Kaeh Dock Chambers Logan WhiteHenry A Care for Misery I have found a cure for the misery malaria poison produces says R M James of Louellen S 0 Its called Electric Bitters and comes in 50 cent bottles It breaks up a case of chills or a bile ious attack in almost no time 1 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 jack Sold under guarantee at all dealers Death of Lee Fagate Lee Fugate died at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs Albert Fugate Charleston Ill Saturday Jan 4at 9 80 p m after a sick ness of but one week from pneu monia Funeral services were held at the family residence conducted by Rev George H Brown of the First Christian church Lee Fugate was 24 years of age and had made Charleston his home only two years having gone there from Morgan county Kentucky with hid parents He was an in dustrious young man and well ro spected by all who knew him Besides the heart stricken parents he leaves throe sisters and two I brothersMrs Noah Hill Nannie Maude John and Oscar 4 j t 11 i1 LEE CITY LOCALS 0Floyd Arnett of Neola was here Monday on business Green Fields of Lexington was here Wednesday calling on our merchantsTom who is watchman at the Frozen tunnel was in town Monday on business B M MoPherson of Clay City was here Friday OB business He says the tie business is dull Bill Perry representing Van Do ren Hardware Co Lexington was interviewing our merchants Tues day J S Pflmberton of Bryan 0 tie inspector for the L S M S Ry Was a guest of the Allen House Tuesday night Hiram Foster of Indianapolis was here last week and bought 8000 ties They will be loaded next Monday and Tuesday H W Bryant Jr and Scott Taylor left Monday morning at 2 oclock going raccoon hunting At 9 oclock they returned without any coons Smith Banks gave an enter tainment at the school house last Monday night Mr Smith played some beautiful pieces on the graph opholle after which Mr Banks showed some fiiiu views with his stereopticon A M Nicbell who has been in the employ of J Taylor Day for the past oifihtfen years reigned several months ago Tho rdBifrnn tion took tfffct Saturday the 18th IfWill move to hit farm near UinchfMiii1 Mtrch 1 We uml rstinid Or W Ceiitoi Son of Italknnp are soiling their itiro Stuckti1 goods ill order ti pay their creditors It is thought that they cnn pay all their indebt edness provided wholesale houses will not closo iiii on them H W Bryant Sr is moving today Thursday from the C W Rose Son hotel building to the Widow Graham property in the west end of town This move is shuttingdowneling men stay over night They come in on one train and leave 01 the next in either direction generally flf the merchants of Lee City would advertise their waree in THE HERALD business would soon reviveED- Jan 20 A R 47 P = R7CStir The Klad Yea N11e BtanttBljattaw of MURPHY PORK roBS Aunt Martha Murphy is im proving at this writing Silas Helton and Nannie Goad were married on the 9th at Fla GapA little child of Adolphus Gibbs of Pekin died on the 14th with measles and was buried on Caney Woodson Vest of Bonny wai the guest of his daughter Mrs Ben Murphy from Thursday till Saturday Trading T A Rasnick of Salem passed through our village Thurs day with a bunch of cattle for Mt Sterling market Taxes in Morgan county an taking a raise above the stars Supervisors are sending out no tices to nearly every taxpayer Rev Frank Pros Wilson preach ed to a fair sized audience at the old Salem church Sunday 12th Renny Ausboru was baptized OK occasionMilt returned last wee from Knott and Perry oountiet satisfied with his trade in mules biggelandslide Cleveland Manning moved from Mort Murphys Thursday to the famous cabin on the hill This is o I w oi an assurance that the owner Un cle Harry Murphy will havo corn to burn next fall Dave Cox of Salem went to Pike county last week in refer ence to renting a farm which he recently bought Alsie his wife who has been on the sick list for some time is better at this writing Miss Caroline Tolson of Middle town Ohio who is at present in stalled in the home of Uncle Har ry Murphy paid a visit to the CitySaturdaypostMondBY A surprise social came off Saturday night at the home of Mort Cecil New games and plays were introduced by handsome young men and pretty girls who came from far and near All were there excepting the Star of Sandfield Jan 80 POET It Does the Business E E Chamberlain of Clinton Me says of BucklensArniciiSalve It does the business i 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 LACY CREEK LINES 0 Miss Flosrtiii Lacy was very sick last week unable to attend school Buck Hollon went to Cinj ca Sunday tu altond circuit court this week The two eldest children of John Little art confined to their bed with mfo311 Mrs Chtrlio Sioi U jmitl Nfrn Dock Perkins an KiijyiiUu tail Saturday veiling Clint Tiylor is very ill viih piifnmiomn but Dr Nickull said Sunday that he was a little butter i Harlan Trimble and Jim Lacy with their wives were guests f Mrs Mattie Perkins Saturday nightHoward Miller and two of hit sisters of Stillwater attended a cake cutting at the home of Se bron Trimble Saturday night Miss Rose Perkins who is attending Hazel Green Academy pleas8ntviaitfrom I companied by Miss Ora Campbell l Bascom Perkins last week moved his sawmill from the lower part of his farm where he has been engaged in sawing a little boun dary of tie timber to another set on the same farm There will be church at Frank Johnson school house Sunday the 26that 11 oclock a m and Sun day night Dro Bicknell ofHa zel Green will preach Everybody is invited to come out and hoar l him A social given at the home 1of1 Among those present were j Zerilda Perkins Ethel Cecil e81 Campbell Rose and Lulu Perki Messrs Clay and Arlie Cecil Cur I tis Byrd Harlan Swango Baaoom Perkins Alex and Sheffio Jamesl Jan 20 LULU t A Higher Health Level I have reached a higher health level since I began using Dr Kings New Life Pill8writes JacobSprin I ger of West Franklin Me They keep my stomach liver and bow ela working just right If those pills disappoint you on trial mon ey will be refunded at all dealers Anxious to Hear from Wolfe LEXINGTON KY Jan 10 08 Spencer Cooper Kazel Green Ky checkk450 which you will apply to my subscription account You will please continue THE HERALD us we are always anxious to hear from Wolfe county our former home Wishing you abundant I am yours truly J W succesII lt L Rheumatism Do you want to get rid of itw If so take Dr Miles Nervine modified as di rected in pamphlet around bottle In addition to the propertiesiton the nervous system by which the rheumatie pains are controlled and rest and sleep assured It has made many cures of this painful disease some of them after years of suffering If it will cure others why not you If your case is eomp1iIcated write us for I it costs you nothing and may save you prolonged sufferingI crippled that I could scarcely walk After having my nhoee on for an hour or two I could manage to walk by Buffering the pain Then I began to have pains all throuKh my system My doctor told me I had an acute attack of Inflammatory rheumatism I read about Dr Miles Nervine bought a botUe and I com nrnrcd to get better from the start and for thn pact six months have scarcely any pain and am able to walk as well ns ever JAIL H 8ANDEH3 P O Box S Kockaway N J Your druggist sells Dr Miles Nerv ine and we authorize him to return pri beCl first bottle only If It fllle to you Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind c A PROMPT EFFECTIVE REMEDY FOR ALL FORMS o- rRHEUMATiSM Lia WI iJI =rDIee GIVES QUICK RELIEF Apcllerf eiteninDr It kffords mOlt to slant relief tram pain while permanent results are being effected by takin It In ternally purifying the blood dissolving the poisonous substance and removing Iron tbssystemDR D BLAND Of 8rwtee tea writMi traeuabrofynwanIs 5a4 Vied au tae remedies that teensa1p cosseilS-iaesarm1irIU thI fIb0 bead pWtoirtbS fan tile MW ctmjjiM treeMe troeDR C L GATES tUaooek Minn writesA nulrIbad 1Mb a wMkIIe MOM4- h Utuuwtbm and Kldiw Trouble that U MI4ittwuadnI k = Momeat tbr- pl bar down on tt wo ld Mraam wnk pana treated bar nth rDRUIased Cody au rend amend Y Drell and B PH Sa can No I prertbesDttoPq toe my euaet sad a- I u ray praCUos FREEIyou are suffering with Rheumatism Lumbigo Sciatica Nenrautlv Kidney Trouble write to DROPSus tot atrial bottle of PURELY VEGETABLE SOROPS Is entirely free from opium cocaine morphine alcohol laudanum IngredientsUrt iOO DM tluo Fr aI ky UnnlUIW- ARMNRHnMATIO CONE cOMPANY Doti4 1ra Lak Btree Oaleac I R nBe mum ank9 WINOHESTER KY NHWiTHERsrooN President Paid Up fspltal 1 8100OOOOO Undivided Prollln I IIOOOOOO f Handsome Deposit o- fguver I I i SOO000OO This hank iolicite the account of merchants Iarrjiirs traders unit business mru jjensrallv throughout Est ern Kentucky and offers its cuitom ers every rncuitynnil the must liberal terms wlthiu the limits of lecitiuiott banklni Ioctaly 4NSNWM r JItJi II Jibuti a mtym ii tjumjufJ Vu t Id THE HERALD +Entered nt the IInrnl Green Post office ae second clam matter SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY Jan 28 1908 ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK We are authorized to announceTUTT V S TOTT as a candidate for the office of County Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party FOR SHERIFF PMiril Ve arc iuth rized to announce dull I n flow SMITH as u candidate fur the office of SnerifT of Wol subject to the action of the Democratic Prrty FOR JAILER to announceDYERWenreauthorizeJcandidate for CountylJubjlctty A GROWING INSTITUTION In the matter of attendance this year bids fair to eclipse any year I in the history of Hazel Green Academy Already there are 278 and still they come The dining hall at the Yaucey Home is strain ed for room with 182 taking meals there but the local management will increase its facilities and be preparedat once to accommodate all who may come The C W B M is determined to have everything pertaining to the academy uptodute thus providing both comfort and convenience for the students and to this end will soon have n cistern with a capacity of 250 barrels of water for drinkin and lavatory purposes and also as a protection against fire A dyna mo large enough to light all the buildings by electricity will soon be inaugurated and every room of the said buildings will be heatI 40 ed by steam which will insure comfort and largely eliminate the I ribof fireJn addition to these itnproveaientaweajher permitting the commodious concrete dormi tory for the boys will be ready for occupancy soon Briefly the C W B M will expend about 5000 to establish these improvements and every parent or guardian in this section should show his or her appreciation by patronizing the academy in educating their child ren Aye every merchant and in short every citizen should aid in promoting its interests by act and by speech always remembering that with the ladies composingI that great moral and religious lever the C W B M their work is purely a labor of love and that preference aside Hazel Green Academy is the cheapest and best school in Eastern Kentucky All who give it moral and material aid are the richer in those essen tials which constitute true Christ ian manhood and womanhood The Country Teacher No doubt those of us who had the very doubtful privilege of taking the first steps of our education in a rural school look back with more or less pleasure to the days when beginning in September and continuing till February or March t we took our dinner baskets and went to the school house a little I building hidden away in some nook or corner among the hills Those wore pleasant days indeed but when we look soberly at them we find that their romance is duo al most entirely to their difficulty and that their attractiveness comes ofJIstroggle are tinged with a gold which is altogether unreal For I- tour own part we had many small w u+ 1M8ryr4lditi worries There were many things to be done at home and town ball was a mighty unsettling pow er because wo loved it so much i and during the long vacation we forgot about all that had been learned the preceding session i and then there were rainy days and bitter cold days storms and snows a frozen toe now and a bad cold then and far too often we had no high regard for our teacher i these things and many more kept us from accomplishing oven approx imately what we should have done But great as were our own diffi culties the teacher had a far heav ier load to carry Pupils of every grade of intelligence and of every degree of advancement from the primer to higher arithmetic pre sented themselves in varying num bers on nucousecutive days to re ceive instruction from her Her tact must be infinite her invent iveness stupendous and her pap tience inexhaustible She must bear with the dull encourage the discouraged interest the idler and provide everchanging tasks for the mischievous In addition to the regular studies of the common school course she was often asked to give to some more ambitious student a course in algebra or Lat in To do all this required much resource on the part of the teacher But when we recall in how short a space of time she was expected to got over all the ground and finish all the studies we find the chief source of difficulty Taken altogether most teachers had about twentyfive classes Aft er deducting times for recesses there was left about six and a half hours for actual recitation work It was impossible for more than fifteen minutes to be given to any class and in most cases only five or ten minutes could be devoted to a single recitation Lessons had of necessity to be short and mush of the pupils time was vacant Splendid opportunttieswero offered for mishief making thus adding no small amount to the sum total of the teachers work Such were the troubles of the country school teacher as we re member them But the immedi ate reason for recalling fhem is to stillgprevail The teacher in the coun try still has from year to year the same varied assortment of pupils the same studies to teach the same irregular attendance the same pet ty annoyances to handle andall to be done in the same amount of time To keep up interest to maintain discipline and to conduct from twenty to twentyfive classes each day is a tusk utterly impos sible accomplishment within the limits of the time allowed A teachers efficiency is conditioned- by the proper relationship between the amount of work andamount of time devoted to that work As it now is the work is out of all proportion to the ti me The ground covered by the schools can not be lessened it must rather be in creased What is to be done about it There seems to be but one countryIschools ed and the compulsory education laws be enforced until irregular attendance be reduced to a mini mum This will give both to the children and the teachers in the country a better opportunityW F Wyatt Carroll county Dont Get Mad A subscriber once received a dun through the postuffice and it made him made He went to see the editor about it and the editor then showed him a few duns of his own one for paper one for typo one for ink and several others NowI said the editor I didnt get mad when those came because I knew that all I had to do was to ask several reliable gentleman like you to come and help me out and then I could settle all of them When the subscriber saw how it was he relented paid up and renewed forI another yoarExA Story Mrs Isaac W Austill of Chest nut Ridge N C tolls a strange story of great suffering I was in bad condition for months but gotI no relief My periods had stopped all but the pain After taking part of a bottle of Wine of Cardui nature worked properly and with out pain I advise all suffering women to use Cardui A pure remedy for womens ills 100 at druggists 1 l tlmiV7 i h t AUGUST 1015 1908 Date Chosen for Blue Grass Fair and Circuit of Other Fairs to be Formed The annual meeting of the stock holders of the Blue Grass Fair Association was held on Tuesday Jan 7 and the old Board of Di rectors was reelected with the exception of two men who were forced to retire from that board on account of other business The board oonsiste of Messrs J N Camden Jr of Woodford county Abram Renick of Scott county David Castleman of Mercer coun ty 0 E Marvin of Scott county i James L Gay of Woodford coun ty J M Terry of Harrison coun ty E F Shropshire of Bourbon county E A Farra of Jessamine county and James L Watkins U D Cunningham Leonard G Cox John Gund Jr L B Shropshire Joseph F Walton and James R Bush of Fayette county Following the stockholders moot ing a meeting of the newly elected directors was held and hy unanimous vote J L Watkins was re elected president and JouettShouso was reelected secretary Abram Renick was made first vice presi dent i Leonard G Cox second vice president and J W Porter treas uier The board claimed the week of August 10 to 15 for the Blue Grass Fair of 1908 so that the big Central Kentucky institution will this year at last open the circuit of important fairs of the country On Saturday Jan 18 n meeting of the secretaries of all the fair associations of Central and East ern Kentucky will be held at Lex ington to decide upon dates for these several fairs eo as to endeavor net to have any conflict A uniform classification will also be taken under condsideration Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications as they can not reach the diseased portion of the ear There ia 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 inn Tube When this tube gets iu 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 bo taken out and this tube restored to its normal con dition hearing will be destroyed forever i nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrhwhich 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 LANDSAW LACONICS 0Rollin Combs went to Stillwater Saturday on business Hen Dalton has been very sick for some time and is still confined to his room- Courtney Smyth is building a dwelling on the farm he recently purchased of Green Brewer- S H Hurst of Frozen creek clerk of Breathitt county court was visiting here Saturday W H Taylor and John Lane made a flying trip to Campton Friday on some legal business Miss Lillie Swango daughter of J M Swango visited her sister Mrs Mary Hurst on Frozen the 17thF Cox deputy sheriff has been hero for the past few days serving supervisors notices on the land xowners Tom Faulkner the noted horse and cow trader of Landeaw has moyed to the farm of T C Hol lon on Lacy Creek Rev Robert Madden will move from the farm of A C Kash to that of Wm Lawson ou the head of Still water creek The girls of this place soem very much to miss the smiling face of Isaac Adams who is now at Hazel Green attending school Bill Perry Roger Bryan Geo Brown and a Mr Murphy all trav eling men interviewed our enter prising merchant one day last weekAttorney G M Tester has been taking depositions at this place for the past week in the Spencer In oxpeotedtoCircuit court tI I I I H F PIBRATT President E F CECIL VicePresnt MARION KNIGHT Cashier S G SAMPLE AttorneyI QInvUnt tochs 1 0 1500000 tai li iL iiimi iiiiDmECTl0RS1 KABUIFarmers Liberal ad f1- 1 t r 11- cVi Ladies Dress Goods1iirt In Fancy and Fashionable Patterns Hamburg Laces as fine i Wta looms can make GENTS FURNISHING rOODS in M kj eluding ties shirts collars suspenders etc Prints of the j M latest design and Domestics bleached and unbleached i amJ line of Rugs including Bruesella and ingrain weaves Oils lVj iiPaintsJ Drugs Glass Putty Stoves Tinware Crockery otCLOTHING SHOES HATS CAPS Jg t n ondless variety and great quantity so low in price you will Ipli GROCERIESWellkindApricots3 andButI KASH Ie SAMPLE MILLERSCUT SACRIFICE SALEBeginning SATURDAY January 11 and ending SATURDAY February 20 1008 I will sell goods at the following cutprices 21 Mens Suits worth1100 Sacrifice price719C- 1 a 750 431 50 Pairs Pants 250 179 99cvI 41 Odd Coats 200II 149 Flannels worth per yard12c 8ic Calicoes II 7c Bio yAll goods in stock cut accordingly Come at once Do not wait Get your bargains while they last Respectfully 1 CsL1ILLIR JR THE MIDWINTER TERM which is the rush term opens JANUARY 21 Do you want to be a working unit in the livest most ambitious enthusiastic and professional body of teachers ever gathered together for study in Eastern Kentucky- If so see your County Superin tendent now about an appointment to free tuition if you have not already 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 I Buggies I andThe citizens of Hazel Gr his vicinity are herewith informed that they can now buy firstclass buggies at home I am prepared to furnish the best made and at reasonable prices I dont han die anything but firstclass buggies and those who want cheap claptraps will have to go elsewhere lerRemember if you want a FIRST CLASS BUGGY one that will give satisfaction in comfort and wear I can youGall see me at my shop in Hazel Green Respectfully JOHN Hi ROSE itM jJoui BEN MURPHY DEALER IN GENERAL STORES NEOLA KY Offers 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 buy from him you will neverknow how much you can sa- veFrllhtOrallIetaI U Trees Shrubs Grape Vines Asparagus Ev e r y thing for Orchard Lawn and Garden We employ no agents Catalogue on Application H F HILLENMEYER SONS LEXINGTON KYI KILLTHCOUC AND CURE THE LUN KinsNew FOR U gpls ICZO 00 3 JAlLATISPAOTOZosI I iA J A- 1f fl 1 ti IW wIf rOIri ft1V lrr iW fV r f 1 r I I toItI t4 3t7 4 Whenthe+ h- c HairFalls Stop It And why not Falling hair is a disease a regular Vigoritproved formula quickly and completely destroys that dis ease The hair stops falling out grows more rapidly and all dandruff disappears Doer not change the color of the hair rtrmoU with Mb ben alito lour O PCdooorKi Art htn bont II hD do M he it71 givesthewhy each Ingredient Is used and ex thingsAlterhair preparation does its work so weU- Jota4IJthe 3 C Aytr 01 LowiU Mill + THE HERALD Tom Fannin of Ezel student at the academy visited his parents from Saturday until Tuesday Miss Lula Niokell visited her mother Mrs Jane Nickell on Grassy Saturday and Sunday Misses Nancy Mapel and Pearl Troy entertained the young folks of our town Saturday evening C4k PORZABe- are theThe Kind You Mara Mwyj Bought SJutuze Mesdames Andy Wilson and Miles Little were in town Satur day and had some dental work done by Dr J H Stamper Rev W C Campbell of Win chester pastor of the M E church here will fill his regular appoint ment Saturday night and Sunday Charles M Ruse of Madison county came in Monday night and will remain here for several weeks settling up some unfinished business I Marion Knight cashier of the Hazel Green Bank was severely bruised in a railroad wreck near Bagdad and is confined to his bed in consequence W F Horton and wife and Charley Oldham and wife of Mt Sterling left yesterday for Mar tinsville Ind Mrs Horton and Mr Oldham to be treated for the rheumatism ositistCJr aLaawa theThe Rind You Mare Always Bought Signature Y at Through the efforts of W B UJlhnBon and others perhaps the citizens of our town last week con tributed about 7000 as an offer ing tQ the CW B lI A son of Logan Childers of La cy creek while cutting wood Sat urday split the great toe of his left foot from the end back to the second joint making an ugly wound Dr C Hood Williams was called who dressed the wound and the patient is now doing fine r Dr J D Whitaker and Miss Dora Lykins were married at Can nel City Sunday Jan 20 after e courtship of 15 years Our girl- say this is very encouraging be cause if they could love a man foi 15 years before marriage they fee that theyd have no fears after the knot was tied f t Mrs Edgar Stead was on Frida brought from Ohio to the home off her brother Jack Sally in the hope that she might recuperate She is a daughter of the late Heis kell Sally her maiden name being t Alice Sally She married Edgai bt Stead who was engaged in the oil1r I4business at Campton and late moved to Ohio where she was takoi down with tuberculosisil h f Ii N I I Earned to a Crisp A litte daughter of Azel Jones of Lacy creek caught fire Monday while getting dinner and in her fright ran into the yard where the wind added fury to the lames and every stitch of clothing was burn ed from her body Dr Nickell was called to attend her and ho tells us that with the exception of a small place between the shoulder blades the flesh was literally burn ed off her He dressed the burns with linseed oil and bandaged the wounds to exclude the air though he says it iis hardly possible that she can survive the shook She was alive Tuesday morning but suffering intensely She died Tuesday at 8 oclock a m I I Settling Time Is Bore- Rtij J McLin manager tell us that J T Days books have been balanced to January 1 1908 and that all who are indebted to J T Day either by noto or on account andespecially those who are run ning open accounts are urgently requested to come in and settle up at once as they have to open a new ledger and do not wish to carryover old accounts All who have claims against J T Day are requestea to present them at once for settlement Thanking all our patrons for past favors and hoping to merit their continued good will we re main Respectfully c R J MoLiN for J TAYLOR DAY Will Take Life Easy Saturday Jan 18 Ambrose M Nickell resigned his position with J Taylor Day after a continuous service of 18 years Mr Nickell told the writer that in all that time there had never been an un pleasant word passed between them nor had there ever been any ill feelings This fa u record of which bothsides may well be proud as it is seldom equalled Mr Nickell managed Mr Days Lee City store and now retires from the mercan tile business to bask under his own vine and fig tree on a bluegrass farm near Winchester The Epworth League The Epworth League of the M Eohurohof our town reinstated its members Sunday night by taking the pledge and adopting tho constitution and bylaws of the General League of the Conference They invite the public in general to attend its meetings every Sunday night at 0 oclock Any one wishing to become a member of same can have the privilege of ex amining the constitution held by the secretary Wants It Twelve Months MURPHY KY Jan 1808 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir Please find enclosed 761 in stamps to pay for THE HER ALD twelve months Yours etc MRS J D HENRY 1 1Pays Arrearages KY Jan 1808 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir Enclosed you will find one dollar 100 to pay for back time bn THE HERALD Please con tinue paper We can not do with out home news Respectfully MRS EDITH CONOLETON uee Stamper Cnrei Blood Skin Dlieaies Cancer Greateit Blood Purifier Free dlleuedlhoti poison cancer carbuncles eating sores crofula eczema itching rising and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood B B Soon all sores heal aches and pane stop and the blood Iis made pure and rich Druggists or SamplefreeGa B B B Iis especially advlsscd for chronic deepseated cases as it cures after all else falls Place to My Credit BUB TON ILL Jan 10 08 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir Enclosed you will find one dollar bill which you will please place to my credit With best regards to alland especially you and Mrs C I am yours truly E H JAMES Enliven Her Visit Mrs Mary Hord of Flemings burg mother of Miss Sally Hord the accomplished music iinstructor at the academy is the guest of her daughter at the Yancey Home and she will remain here during the winter for the benefit of her health She is a lady of very pre possessing personality and all the uponhermake her sojourn as pleasant as possible Better Late Than Never Sam Wilson the poet man has the thanks of the editor and his bettar seveneighths for a fine pork ham weighing 0 pounds We dont know whose smokehouse it came from but judging from its size it was pulled too green though Sam says he intended it for a Christmas gift and delay in delivery caused the shrinkage But it was sweet Samboth the ham and to be so kindly remembered and may your shadow neer grow loss nor poetry less pathetic SchreiberCardwell Wednesday evening Dec 2507 Mr Tom Schreiber of Chandler and Miss Dora Cardwell formerly of Stillwater Ky were secretly married by Judge Wagoner in the presence of only Samuel Wilson and Miss Hettie Davenport The wedding although long expected vas suuiowhaL of a surprise whun found out It was kept secret un til Saturday evening Duo 28 Mr Schreiber is one of Chand lers most popular young men He has been in the postoifice service for several years and carries a recordof truthfulness and true manlinessThe is the charming and graceful daughter of Judge C A Cardwell is a handsome and win some a girl as can be found an placeThe young couple have a host of friends who join the Tribune iin extending to them their hearty congratulations and wishing them a long lifo of happiness and pros perity Chandler Okla Tribune 0000000000000000000000o 0 1vIsyour baby thin weak fretful g 0e10 0obaby 0 gScott J Emtttsion is Cod Liver Oil 0and Hypophosphites prepared so that it is easily digested by little folksithe baby that is fed on on is a sturdy rosy IIConsequently full of health and vigor ALL DRUGGISTS BOc AND tOO 000000000000 f ut G tf Mrr ii r a r w 11 I- dt iN 1iW Vxnwiiwuu ui AVfcgctable Preparation farAs similating IhcFoodandnegula ting theStomachs andBowels lNFNISHlIl KrN Promotes DigC3tionCheerfur nessandRestConlains neither ppiumMorphine norMinera- lNOTNAIICOTIC nVaOUbSJNtlELPITCIiDl e tAI r rl= rLnr torConsUpanon Worms Convulsions Fcvcrish neas and Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature of NEW YORK l b inoiilh olil I1 j Do SI S C J M S EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER CASTORIA The You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signamre UsejFor Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIAIcMvea Hazel Green AcademyF- all Term Opens Sept 10 Indications now foretell tho larg Ft uttpmlanco in tho history of the school for the Fall The COURSES OF STUDY have been revised to afford the best advantuges possible tor men und women who to bet tar prepare themselves for teaching wish to prepare for the STATE CERTIFICATE 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 of 14 500 Winte 500yBoard with Heat and Light 200 per Furnished Rooms Free for Catalogues M 0 CARTER SecyTreas H J DERTHICK Principal CECIL BROS Is headquarters for Shoes Ladies and Gents and 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 goodjGive us a trial and prove the truth of this E T ROSE S G SAMPLE ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and CounselorsatLaw CAMPTON KY This firm will practice all the Courta of Wolfeand adjacent counties SpecIal attention given to Corporation Law and Real Estate Litigation Offices Second Floor Farmers and Traders Bank yov t For Infants and Children Kind t of on j I I THC rTaar e1Tf 1907 Term so as young desire or or Term weeks Write t the j In DAY HOUSE Hazel Green Ky Mr LOU DAY Proprietor Dell table fare in Eastern Kentucky tlarge sample room connected Heated tad lighted bY gas throughout and special ac commodatious to traveling men MWVWM tr aisle Headttb tent y titqvtaktr is Uw MOWM c Dr ttADtI m watt i I j J ts W c F l P I 11 j t rf It t 1It 1J 1 fKENTUCKY KERNELS i 7 ttCarefully Collated and Concisely Chronicled A vicious dog belonging to Geo Lan- gJeol Covington attacked a little three yearold girl nud severely bit her The three yenr oold grandson of Louis Javip of Giyiugto was fatally bun eJ playingisAlgie the tbreeyearold son of Albert Sargent of Paducah was burned to death- lasti week by his clothes becoming ig sited from a grate fire The police of lmisrHIe arrested a ttan named T H Moran on the charge of fraudulently soliciting subscriptions lot the German Protestant Orphan asyl am last week A T McDonald formerly mannging editor of the Louisville Herald and the New York News was last week electeI secretary of the Louisville CommercialI lubat a salary of 3000 a year George Sewell said to be the 1 printer in Kentucky dropped dead last Friday while at work in the office o the Somerset Herald He was a me bet of Morgans command during the civil war Two ex governors of Kentucky of opi posite political faith and both Sandii dates for United States senator J C1 W BecVham and W OBradley created a sensation in Frankfort last Friday by Laying their pictures taken together John Shepherd of Leslie county met 1 death in a peculiar manner the other t day while logging When he was at tempting to turn off A head of water the trigger to the cplachdnm flew wide andJI hit him on tha temple causing instant death Jpose Burnett the 12yeirold son off John liiirnctr of Piilnski county Will accidentally perhaps fatally shot Ins weel lty a pt yinitc Albert Hunt n about the snore age The bullet enteredI young Hurnetts mouth and lodged in the ne k In Laurel countr near Somerset the family of H T Jackson consistingl o- t eipht itcrxonn up nil i r nfltirri to tin i bide with typhoid fever with the excelt ifmi of one email troy A twelve yen AW girl tlipl Friday OM Fellow nn I KnLhtM if Pythian are now coring fur the family A South American cobra about four feet longone of the most pnisonouR snakes known was found frozen stiff coiled around the stalk of a bunch of hannnas in Lexington last Friday It was put into a glass jar with a wire ne covering andon being thawed out showed its viciousness by striking its fangs against the sides of the jar I Will be turned over to the Kentuck State College Rant Foolishness When attacked by a cough or cold or when your throat is Boro it is rank foolishness to take another medicine than Dr King I New Discovery says C 0 Eld redge of Empire Ga I haveI used New Discovery for seven yearsI sad I know it is the best remed on earth for coughs and colds tI f lungftroubles My children are subject quickly et I World over as the King of throat and lung remedies Sold under guarantee by all dealers 50X andl 100 Trial bottle free They Devour It RAPID CITY S Df Jan 1108 KyDearplease find enclosed M 0 for eix bits for the dear old HERALD can not say that we road it we simply devour it ads and all 1 This leaves us all well and well tr satisfied We have had no winter here to speak of just one little enowx With best regards for all I am trulyiIA C JONES t To Any Young Man htt expecting to attend the Eastern atfJI Write to I S Boothe president asrrmake arrangements for meeting you at the train and finding suit l c able boarding place You can then come to the office of the president who will assist you in making out your course of study t 1 for Ladles Ills J22 Bow I Got Mine A humorous article written by Floyd Sally Once upon a time when it does not matter now I visited a pro tracted meeting over on Peg Fork Pa had been talking to me about religion and future destiny and advisedme to stop reading yellow- t back novels stop hooking watermelon etc and asked me to visit- f Peg Fork and get a good case of religion Well after reflecting a hismadvice and go to the meeting The meeting had been in progress for some time and toward the close of the little preachers inmarks things began to warm up a bit Ill tell you and before I hardly knew it I was down at the bench with the others A regular pondemou I think they cull it reigned and in the midst of it I was pinned to the floor beneath two good old la dies while most of the crowd seem ed to walk over me real hard Well I hud almost gone the limit of human endurance when one of those pious looking old Indies conferhhesdeluged with the contents ofu whenrmyImy position I made n break for the door hatless almost I THH tli let iI minus my watch and iil nit three square yards fir- f cuticle With a lililinnMiiisi r11 I i MppvurMl in th dtrkms tillImilesrloatingII u tiittK iii tlie nir Upon nrriviiij nt hoim1 pn mistook mo for a bur glar and shot at me and I was mmediately set upon by two vi ciouE canines who succeeded in making carpet rags out of the book part of my trousers In fact I barely escaped with my life by- t perching on the gatepost for the remainder of the night while the bleakwind whistled through my- t whiskers Ill tell you dear ready when morning came I was the picture of meekness From that night hence I have never been to another protracted meeting and ringIThis may be a poor attempt at humor but that is what it is in possiblypurely a stretch of the imagina offendyanyoneCASTOR I A cr Ia uiU and Children Thl Kind YaHari Always Ewtfit Bears the S1gnaturoof His Present Address HALBTEAD KAS Jan 808 Editor HERALD KyDear myIborn and raised r with my wifo and seven children left our old home on Grassy creek Morgan county on December 81 1907 to make our future home in the state of Kansas After a long and tire daysbohindin Halstead a little town 0 miles east of our Kansas home Jan 8 1908 We tound Kansas to ba a beautiful country with its broad level fields of wheat which is en couraging to the farmer And now with best wishes and a Happy New Year to you Mr Ed itor and all of my relatives and friends I remain etc- JOHN C GOBK R F D 2 Box 81 Halstead Kas P SSendTuE HERALD to the above address and oblige r y I lcGreat suffering Is the lot of all women who neglect the health of their wo manly organs No reason to do so any more than to neglect ar sore throat colic or any other disease that the right kind of medicine will cure Jako r Wine of Carduifor all your womanly ills It can never do harm and Is certain to do good Mrs Sallie H Blair of JohMon City Tena writes I had Buffered from womanly troubles for six teen months and had four doctors but they could not help me until I began to take Wine of CarduL Now I think I am about well At all rtlltfcl drugftito to J100 bottles Try IL pntapWRITEt i ill CIPLii Electric Lights for Academy A strong effort is being made by Prof H J Derthick of Hazel Green Academy to have the Na tional C W B M provide an electric lighting and heating plant for the academy and dormitories lo cated at Hazel Green in Wolfe girlsdormitorythe boys dormitory being con structed at that place will repre sent in the aggregate an investment by the C WBM of 25000 There are 250 students in regular attendance and Prof Derthick is especially anxious to secure pro tection against loss by fireLex ington Gazette Pays for Another Year CAMPTON KY Jan 1808 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir You will find enclosed seventyfive cents money order to pay for THE HERALD until Nov 2 1008 Yours etcW G HALSEY Snuliffs1 Sale for Taxes- BY VIRTUE OF TAXES due me as of the County of Wolfe and State of Kentucky Ior one of my deputies will on- MONDAY FKHRUARY 3 1908 proceed to sell the following real estate ftitiiaifil in the 4th precinct and describ etJ in flIuw riiiii H liii 7A HOPS iiiljiin BrnonmItuxt S JiJ r tux mid curt 1334 IIdjulnintax and cost 374 K U Land Co 220 acres ad joining the lands of J H Drake and C C Hanks tax and cost 10CO Jerome Ledford 25 acres ad joining the lands of Wm Led ford tax and cost 370 Morton Swango 160 acres ad joiping the lapds of E O Che nault tax and cost 373 Levied on Dec 27 1907 J W COX Sheriff By GEO M SPENCER D 8- tTHE GOGIHDQgmllllOOIg 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 ladies are requested to call and see before buying Our stock comAS from the foremost firms of Cincinnati and you are sure to get the latest styles in everything when you buy from us Respectfully CECIL LONG a- r 5y1 fdf mC1l ruJt 1 f s r I It ti Vhrnti H J t toV c Irtn7 O tJr t- rm m Z CpItNliN n Z I z L91T IiII10 f i t if III I 1t f Ai I N Ilk oVJJ IIIU ti4u alD 20 yv 1 r r K- Zltr ff 1 D r= 0JJkyrz z ma iJn1J1 tIJ tT a i it SljO lIIDjffA1 r Z CJ A f m i t 6 1 e IV Nr I cJ0 tncn 4 I t Aa G o rcr s c Q t 0CI 0i OJ rI Son- E e V fI = nsIQ =G 5 = CD- c 0 r e- ttUs A NEW MILLINERL4AND i 2 DRESS MAKING ESTABLISHMENT JilissesHagcgM1PC2fI TrOD J OVER KABH BAMPLESj HAZEL GREEN KY Misses MAPEL TROY surroundingcountry artisticallytrimmetil pleasthe II 11est11 Sacks and indeed all kind of newing Wara located over Kash do Samples store and we assu o m that Hn our goods are flrntolom yourselfSolicitingI 1i MAPEL TROY It z