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I I r THE HAZEL GREEN HERALDp Established March 4 188fi Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell o TWENTYTHIRD YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 18 1908 NUMBER 27 SPENCER Owner and COOPER rTheOldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 75 Cents a Year Leilngton and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect NoV 181906 r WEST BOUND 1 NolNo3STATIONS Daily and 8n 1d1yB I p Sunday AM ArrPMArr0 Jackson 0 2 20 pm6 10 am 0 15 pm I OK Junction J I 2 25 pm u 7 07 am 20 BeattyveJc 20 3 20 pm 130am 40 Torrent 40 341 pm 7 45 am 44 Nat Bridge 144 3 55 pm 7 43 am I Campton Jnntnll I 3 57 pm 8 15 am 57 Stanton 57 4 26 pm 8 25 am 62 Clay City 62 4 35 pm 900am 70 LEJnncn 70 IS 07 pm 90 IS 20 pm90 Wiaeheater9 12 am 0 9 55 am 94 Lexington 94 IJ 05 pm EAST BOUND No 4- eDaily Sundaymcx I = STATIONS I A Dally Sunday end PM LveAMLTeLexington 0 7 all am t 25 Winchester 20 813 am3 10 i 3 25 pmro L4EJnticton 8 26 pm 4 00 Clay City 40 9 02 am 4 10 Stanton1144 9 10 am 4 40 pm Campton Tnntn 1138 pm 4 45 pm 57 Nat Bridge 57 9 43 am 4 57 pm 62 Torrent 62 9 5J am 5 18 pm 70 BeattvveJO 70 10 17 am 8 10 pm 90 11 l1i am Jackson1946 1Ii pm04 1120 am CONNETTONSrL dt E NCTloNTralns Nnj 12 nnd 3 win make connection with the CORy for Mt Sterling CAJrpTON Jlr c OSTrains Tvos 1 2 3and 4 connect with the Mountain Central- Ity for Pine Rldee and Campton BBATTYVLIK JUSCTIOS Trains Noa 2 nnfl 4 will make connection nt Beattyville with the T nn l A nnllway for passengers to anti from Benttyvillc 0 k KTCNCTIOS Trains Nos 3 and 4 tconnect with the O K Tlnllwuy for local t I on thpOit K Railway f General ManagerW A MCDOWELL OHA88COTTOen Puss Ajtent OHIO KENTUCKY RAILWAY p Time Table May 21 I9O6 WEST BOUND No 33 I Si ei NO 21 A STATIONS Dally ex Dalldex i Sunday PMARK 0 27 PM ARB 5 20 0 Cannel Citr 22 12 35 ik 4 53 11 Helechawa 20 12 HI 1 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13 4 05 20MllamJlton 11 11 Cl 3 52 22 IVilhurst6 11 44 3 10 27 OK Junction 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson M 11 05 ti EAST BOUND No 34 ES IINilj 22 = STATIONS UnlllJI t f SundaytD y AMLVE 710 127 Cannel Cityj OIJPJIIOU ivi 7 33 21 Ileleclmwa Iii 1 Ii 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 0 8 24 13 Hampton 13 141 8 3i 10 Wilhurst 20 161 9 25 1 OK Junction 22 2 2fi 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 1 IINos 21 and 22 will miiku close comirctiot nt OcC K Junction with Nos 3 anal 4 fur points on the Lexington tutu Knxlmi Hail way MI rCONLKY Superintendent c u aOetr1 aiIioad a No 1 No 2 DEIUIT AKKIVK 0 00 n 111 Gntnptoii 1111 80 ti in 14t q 200 p UI Cnmpton 100 p 111 itY No 2 No 1 1p AKIUVi 11151ART 7 1JO umCanipn JJ unc1005 am 880 pmCumpn June 140pml The Mountain Central makes connection with allJ E pus songer trains r C 11 WILLIAMS DR PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY at Offers his profcitional services to the cltl rons of Hazel Green and surrounding eouu try and will answer all calls of almctlou Office At his residence adjoining Ha- zelLrirca lldu t I CAMPTON CURRENCY o Circuit court ended Saturday at noon having boon in session three full weeks The merchants of Cnmpton have preferred charges against Mountain Central railroad far charging excessive rates on freight Squire S F Allen will again as sume charge of the Central Hotel some time next week H B Hurst who has been the proprietor for the past three months will move back to his farm on Holly Hendrix Byrd who has beon a gunra at the Frankfort peniten tiary during the past 15 months came up Thursday to spend n few days with his mother Mrs Emily Byrd He left this morning to take up his duties again Steve Tutt Jr and Miss Buulah Congleton the former a eon of S M Tutt of this county and the latter a daughter of Judge J W Congloton of Lexington were mar riedat Jeffersonvillo Ind Wed nesday of last week They arrived here Thursday evening and will make their home in this county Their wedding was the conclusion of a romantic courtship ofsome six years Isaac Miller has the foundation of his new ttore building on the south corner of Washington and Court streets about completed Elijah Palfrey is doing the work for him Robert Miller aid J R Cbilders are also pushing workon the northwest corner of Main and Washington Al Dye of Hazel Green has the contract and has a Mr Day and Frank Young assisting him on the job In Circuit court lust week the suit of Mary E Brown against Jno Stamper was decided ill favor of the plaintiff that of C B Terrell against Kelly Fulks in favor of plaintiff that of S S Shackelford against J11 Brown etc in plaintiffs favor that of Rittenhouse against Harmon Swango which was a suit by Rittenhouso to recover from Swango the onehalf valuel of the improvements at Swango springs resulted in a ver dict of 05 for plaintiff the case of Harmon Swango ngaiist J S Rittenhouse a suit for JfSjOOO dam ages for interference with Swangos rights in the springs resulted in a hung jury Feb Ih S S Neighborhood Favorite Mrs E D Charles of Harbor Me speaking of Electric Bitters says It is a neighborhood favor ito here with us1 It deserves to bo a favorite everywhere It gives quick relief in dyspepsia liver complaint kidney derangement malnutrition nervousness weakness and general lebility Its acv tiun on tho blood us a thorough purifier makts it especially useful us a spring medicine This grand nltointive tunic is sold under guar antee at all dealers SOy NEOLA NUGGETS o Miss1 Myrtle Gullott is on the sick list Rev Win Yocum passed thru I AllelI from Wclln I Ross to Holt F P Wilsons farm John Sully has moved from the 1 rolls Rose place to James Wil sons farm Rev Ilarlan Murphy is holding a Korios of mooting at Nuola All are invited i John WTaulbeo of Daysboro passed through hero Saturday en route to Jackson Cashier Knight of the Hazel Green Hank passed through hero Saturday en route to Hazel Green Pearl Gullet a student at till Hazel Groon Academy visited his homo folks from Saturday until MondayJoseph Hoinrich left hero the 5th for a four months stay at Can- nel City N C Burkhnrt will fill I his place hero during tho time I Fob 10 GRAXXV 1 I LEE CITY LOCALSII Clny Rose is having sonic clear ing lotto on his farm I Cesar Linden of Gillmore was hero on business last Wednesday Bruce Lewis and family of Inv dex have moved to their farm on Stamper branch Bruce Lewis and Jeff Rose mov ed James Campbell Thursday to the farm of Lewis About ten people from here at tended James Hargis obsequies at Jackson Saturday- Dr Dunn reports the birthof n Will boy to tho wife of Boone Childers the Gth inst J B Rose nnd son Lee passed through here Friday evening en route to the old farm Miss Bettie Rose who returned from Berea last Tuesday will ma triculate at Hazel Green Academy next week W J S Henry salesman for Joseph G Reed Co Portsmouth was here Thursday and sold Smith Allen a 500 bill of dry goods F F Flannery of Winchester was here Friday and Saturday in specting and having loaded two cars of chestnut timber for C B AllenHenry Wells accompanied by his sister Mary returned to Jef fersonville last week Mary has peen staying with her brother Boyd for the past year protracItedsome very able preachers are ex pected The meeting will be in progress until Feb 24 Feb 10 A R Keeping Open House Everybody is welcome when we feel good and we feel that way only when our digestive organs are working properly Dr Kings New Ute Pills regulate the action of the stomach liver and bowels HO perfectly one cant help feeling good when he uses these pills 25f at all dealers MURPHY FORK MINUTES n Granville Noble of Tolivor paid Ben Murphy a business visit Fri day Miss Golden Murphy has been very low with la grippe fur the past few days Gilbert RntliiV JIarlan Taulbee Dud Henry Elam paida visit Sat urday to relatives and friends at Cannel City returning Sunday Measles still continue to hold the fort at lower Long branch Sat urday Will McKinneye Cynarold child died and was buried Sunday Mort Cecil mndo a business trip Saturday to John Miller at LHO City returning Sunday It would have ben hotter lied 1m taken Lovey Dovoy with him I1m Noble has peen drumming up scholars in the intnr st of Prof Silas Easterling who begins teach ling the art of penmanship ut Pub I lic Square school house today Jeff Couch had graiiddaughtor Esther Deere guasts of Henry Mur phv from Saturday until Monday I presmno thy heard sonic rnalis tic ghost stories iroin Henry whilo thereNews comes to us that Mnrt Pioratt of Iyel lust week sold town property hots Dud hisI houso to Jim Yocum of PIldnI for 2Ji lhun alert bought the stockyards on the Cockroll aide at ltd Sterling Dud n luaitio from Dr j Drake for Ii Fob 10- Suffering OOjj and Dollars Saved I lE S Lopor of Manila N YIj I lays 1 am a carpenter and ind many severe cuts healed by 3ucklens Arnica Salvo It has saved mo suffering nrd dollars It IIhaveI ulcers fever sores eczema and piles 2ue at nil dealers v II p I j LANDSAW LACONICSII Willie Taylor1 Malaga was visiting at Landsaw Saturday- Dr D II hash was called from Campton lust Friday to see the wifp of Uncle Henry Madden N L Combs sends 75 cents for which he wants THE HERALD sent to Stewart Hager Bush Okla N L Combs of this place has employed Miss Sarah Combs to teach his children in his home IJE Smith of Gillmore bought a lot of corn of E T Kush and has been moving it the past waekj A Mr Haddix of near Haze Green an uncle of Mrs W H Chambers visited at Mr Cham ber the latter part of last week Wm Halsey of Morgan county who recently bought a steam mill from H T Halsey moved it from the farm of E T Kosh to hit homo Geo Sully of Stillwater was visiting at this place lust Satur day and he seemed to think a lot of the people by the way he was shaking hands Wm Shnckolford an agent for the Singer Sewing Machine Co thoIpast week looking after tho inter ests of the company Isaac Adams who is attending the Hazel Green Academy came over lasl park to so tin Landof anann as he express 5 it aH to mix with old acquaintances manyimprovoment ing fencing etc He already has cleared about 30 acres of fresh lund It all farmers would go nt it that way they would soon have cattle hogs sheep and corn to sell andstop crying hard times It seems as if the peeple nf this section are going wild over what Is called the dish plan The writer hits registered over fOO in tho last CO days for differed ones and the people do not get in ro turns more than 50 When will the people quit taking holdof Huch schemes Feb 10- tThe AVON Jumping Off Place Consumption had me in its grasp and I had almost reached the jumping oil plnco when I was advised to trv Dr Kings Xew Dis covery and I want to soy right now it saved my life Improve mont began with the first buttle andafter taking a dozen bottles I vas n well laid happy man again says George Moore of Griiuesland a remedy for coughs anti 1s healer of weak sore lungs and for preventing pn umo nia New Discovery is supreme 50t and 100 at all dealers Trial bottle freeSALEM I SINGSONGI and MrsI Francs and one Loiia Viei ited the family of 1D B Oldtiuld from Tuesday until Thursday Grover Asbury and Scott Mf Cluru students at llai Given Academy visited their home Sun day Watson Phipps and wit wviU to sen Niitn Smith Sunday his reported to bo very low nvn at the point of death C n5 Wilson and wifei Wiir Fallen and wife Queen Nickell gUlstsiA put tyof young people were entertained at the home of Xelso Chanoy Saturday night AllIXI pressed an enjoyable hour whichi Mr Dud Mrst Chaney are capable of giving young IwolleIBoone Phipps who tins been in the picture business for several years will soon have completed u photograph gallery up staivrfwhich will enable him to do moro sat is factory work for all those who call on him Feb 10 OIIIOIK Sleep Sleep is natures re= building period when the energy used by the brain muscles and organs is re newed If you lose sleep your system is robbed of the strength sleep should give Continued loss of sleep multiplies this loss until you become a phys ical wreck Dr Miles Nervine quiets the irri tated nerves and brings refreshing invigorating sleep Nervine contains no opiates and therefor leaves no bad aftereffects For over two years I suffered un told ugonlfs my friends thought I was going crazy I could not sleep nor rest at nil I tried different doc tors but failed to find relief My head would nche all the time I was like ono drunk could not concentrate my mind and was so restless and worried that sleep was out of tho question titer taking one bottle of Dr Jllies Nervine I felt wonderfully changed I am now on my third bot tle and am gaining nil the time I can lie down and sleep like n child and am able to do my work silts MAY SCOTT English Ind Your druggist sells Dr Miles Nerv Ine and we authorize him to return price to neflfirst bottle only If It falls Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind I we CIJItES RHEUMATISM I Lyaaaso SCIATICA y fiiURJUJIA andI KIDNEY TROUBLE a JDROPS taken internally blood f of tile pO soncus mutter ana aids which I ere the uacct causes of these diseases j Applied externally It aCords almost lu 3 Dtant relit from pain while a permanent ft curd Is cuing effected the blocS dissolving the poisonous sub S IUDCO ad rcmcvict It from tile syjtctn I 1 DH S D BLAND I urlttstI of yeara J atilt LimlMUO and lilifimtllnn 111 luj arui 9 and tc + and trldII the rewedlea chat c ull S IMtUdi from medical work aiitJ alto couiulteO alhr mueroltba UhltJlJnUollnd fromjtor rl1cLuu Sad kludro dbeaaeL lfF R E E L iLl J rrc ffff rn with RbcaantfTi j iJ KJir frsic r q IIcr vit ton aru irl irjaI 0101If r nllL aaol iwil it 5 1 Jl c C9 can u1relctt1 or wltLoutaraulrintf a u at buitIto l itiliieiiitflv9 tai coone ft alcohol liiOunun fild oe rnihafta Ingrfuouts t rch ft 3 lL14i I tU i l iwt ijUfCi iIM t4iloJ n Ni w W N j Tno wiQOncstCf BanR W1XCHIWTKK KY X II VmiEiwioox President f Pntil Cp Cnpltnl i 100000O A Undivided Ircilll I lOOnodd S BassistMottle Uepolt or- t fSfivvr i I SSOOOOO OO rJ This tuuk sitlloits the nicotint ol y inorjliarts turtners trailtr iiiul but iuess nitii generally throughout Knit t ern Krmiikv and otters Its custom x ersevcrvfrtoilltyand the most UlierHl 5 terms within the limits of lecillniate hankinir loot2lyO ioiN 1 i I TTf JI7 rp Lp1 f I rV r ThE HERALD i luradntllie Revel Orecn Int 1 1i ualceueecnnd rIIlU IlInUrII I 11SPENCER COOPER Editor rHAZEL CREEN KY r THURSDAY Fob 18 1908 ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR CIROUIT COURT CLERK We lire authorized to nnnonne lINDEN r J Cesar Linden of Gillmore as a Candidate for the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to the Democratic primary 0 FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK e announcTUTT1 the office of County Court Clerk of Wolf- county subject to the action of the Demo ocratic party tb tbFORi SHERIFF authorized to announce ROY SMITH as a candidate fur the office of Sneriu of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic j party l FOR JAILER f are authorized toannounc- f flYERef I P Dyer as a candidate for r r Countysubr ty JUDGE ROBERT RIDDKU of Ir vine Judge of the 28d Judicial District died at his home at 1045 p m Tuesday Feb 11 from the effects of a fall on his porch abou three weeks ego He was 75 years cf age He had three times been elected Circuit Judge once defeat ed for Appellate Judge and served as County Judge at the age of 28 His widow four sons and two daughters survive him Gov Willson will likely appoint a special judge uutil an election can be held Our young friend Cesar Linden of Gillmore was in to see us Mon day and had us announce him for the office of Circuit Court Clerk a position for which he is in every way well qualified The writer has watched the career of Cesar from the time he attained his ma jority and knows that upon every occasion he has gone out among the voters and spent both his time and money in working for the Democratic nominee3 Never has rte held or asked for office nor has any of his family yet in every election and under circumstan ces he has been a wheelhorse in working for the success of the Dem ocratic ticket Virtue hath its own reward and the laborer is worthy his hire Cesars labor das been for love of the party and Democratic nominees and his virtue lies in his adherence to Demo cratic doctrine which he never prostituted by scratching a ticket Hence he now feels that the party should give him the right hand of fellowship and be as true to him ashe has ever been to others who have asked for office He promi sea that in event of election he will faithfully discharge every in cumbent duty and Cesars prom ise is equivalent to a gold bond in that it is sure to be redeemed With these few remarks to remind his friends that he is in the race we submit his claims to his con I etituents confident that they will treat him fairly We have always held that worn en under certain educational qual ficatione should have the right of suffrage in school elections and we are glad to know that the press n generally is broadminded enough to accord the fair sex that privilege The following bill with that object in view has been introduced and it is hoped will pass both i ti I tiVVVi 1 t UFFS and lecome a IMV RPM I 1111 provisionsII AX ACT QiAUKYixo O IE TO VOTE AT ANY COMMON KIKCTIOX AND TO noin A SeIlOOTiI I i MON SCHOOL OFFICE Ho it enacted by the General As pcinbly of the Commonwealth of j Kentucky SKCTION 1 That any woman possessing the qualifications requi site to a male voter in common school elections and who in addi tion may be able to read and write is hereby declared qualified to vote in any election held for the purpose of choosing any officers of schools or upon any measures relating to schools and any woman possessing the legal qualifications required for males is hereby dog Glared to be eligible to hold any office pertaining to the management of schools now existing or that may hereafter be created by any act of the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky SEO 2 In all places where a registration of the qualified voters requireed women who are by this act qualified to vote shall be register ed at the sometime and place by the same officers and in the same manner ae male voters their reg istration however being made in a separate book j and all the pro visions of law relating to the registration of male voters are hereby made applicable to the registra byethis act SEC 8 All laws or parts of laws in conflict herewith are here by repealed Could public attention be con centrated upon the relative posi tion Kentucky holds among her sister states regarding her public whytso patriotism of Kentuckians would be so aroused that they would soon banish forever this stinging dis grace of illiteracy which hangs as a blighting cloud over our future prosperity and glory By indulging iu a little compnr ison we find the following facts Kentucky spends about 2t mill ion dollars on her sctools annual ly i Illinois 21 millions j Massachusetts Hit millions j Indiana Minnesota Missouri and Califor nia each from 8 to 10 millions This is equal to about 850 per child in Kentucky based upon the average attendance j about 42 per child in California and Massachu setts i and in the other states named from 21 to 30 per child The average child in Kentucky gets about 70 days of schooling per year j while the other states given daysinMassachusettsWhat results obtained In Kentucky 143 per cent of her native born white male adults am illiterates while in the other states named it ranges from 44 per cent down to 1 per cent for Minnesota and 0 per cent for Massachusetts- A further analysis of this com parison gives what I think is the secret of these results andcondi tions and that is their dependence in a large measure upon that local interest that generally comes with localaid Local means in Kentucky furs nishes only 82 per cent of our schoolmoney in Massachusetts it furnishes 00 per cent in Illinois and Missouri 87 per cent while in the other states named it furnishes from 58 to 70 per cent But some sayhese other states are richer and better able to edu cate their children thus In an swer I will say that further com parison shows that for every 100 of property value in Kentucky her schools get 18 cents while in Massachusetts her schools get 30 cents getfromly wo are not up with the proces sion These states seem to have dis covered that education pays in dollars and cents i that it is far better to in their sons and daughters than for them i and if they have not learned that one days schooling has a value of 10 What Shall We Have for Dessert Try JELLO the dainty appetizing eco intautlysimplyFlavored just right sweetened jest right perfect la every way A lOc package makes enough dessert for a large family All gro cers sell It Dont accept lubitltutei JELL SevenlavorsLemonlate Cherry Peach w J a4 i thoy Imvo learned thnt the time I null iiKiiHy put into tine educated liriuiis ofa boy is equal to an in vested capital of UL or fifteen liioiiBnnd dollars Dr Hill pecritary of tine Massa chusetts fitato hoard of educat on says The wage Periling power of tho pcoplo of Massachusetts is 276 tinenlillinv Forage wage earning power of an equal number of people elsewhere in the United States For this added income tho state spent 18 or 14 million dollars a year on her schools when these wage earners were in schooland for every dollar so spent twenty is now the yearly return G M MONEY Stipt Shelby Ciunty We the citizens of upper Lacy creek truly regret the loss of our friend and neighbor Hon Jos P Rose since he has moved from our midst to his new home near Hazel Green We have never known a more courteous selfsacrificing family and to each member thereof we feel grateful for all kindness they have shown us and extend to them our best wishes for success and happiness in their new home We are more than glad however that Mr Rose has somewhat re paired our loss in that the old home is now being occupied by his soninlaw Ed Smith and wife We understand Curtis is going to stay with us and manage the farm Heres to a broke singletree and an old settin hen for Curt Sock- sCOMMISSIONERSSALE WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY GENEVA DROWN Admx Plaintiff I versus V J W HOSE ETC Defendants VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF Sale of the Wolfe Circuit Court made andentered nt its January term 1008 in the above styled case I shall proceed to offer for sale at the court house door in tampton Ky to the highest and best bidder at public auc tion on- MONDAY 2ud DAY OF MARCH 1908 at 1 oclock p m or thereabout being County court dayon a credit of six month the following described proper ty to wi- tlatA certain tract of land lying and being in Wolfe county Kentucky on the waters of Lacy creek and bounded as follows Beginning in the county road on the corner to John Barker tract of land thence with said line and the ridge to the main ridge of the Lick branch thence with the Lick branch ridge to the head of Manns branch thence following the ridge so as to in clude all the waters of the branchupon which James M Tibbs now lives to a point on the fence near and just south of H pine tree j thence up the hilt from a small apple about 80 yards below the mouth of said branch j thence down by saidapple tree to the county road thence westward with the county road to the beginning being the same land conveyed by W R Tibbs to James M Tibbs recorded in Deed Book No paRe Wolfe county clerks office 2ndAlso a tract of land in Wolfe county Kentucky on Stampers branch and bounded as follows Beginning on a waluiit Geo Stampers corner thence running up the branch with its meanders to a walnut tree near the old horse mill place j thence crossing the branch to the forks of the branch tear Green Stampers hog pen thence up the lett hand blanch with Green Stampers line to a white oak and beech up tho pOint to the end of the point to two chestnut oaks j thence with the div ding ridge with Stamperslinecamp i thence with Geo Stampers line to the beginning being the same land conveyed by J R Carroll to J F Sam pie recorded in Deed Book 15 page 320 Wolfe county clerks office 3rdA tract of land in Wolfe county Kentucky on Laurel creek and bound ed as follows to wit Beginning on a white oak running an enstward course with the cliffs to the falls below W R Pelf rys forming a corner thence a south direction running with the branch to the county road to the ford of Laurel creek j thence with said creeek to the mouth thence north a straight line to the be ginning being the land conveyed by J T Center and wife to J F Sample re corded in Deed Book No 13 page 224 Wolfe county clerks office 4thA certain town lot in the town of Hazel Green in Wolfe county Ky bounded as follows to wit Beginning at a set stone on the south side of Broad way street j thence with sold street S 43 E 7 poles 1 12 feet to a stone on Shop alley i thence with said alley S 44 W 7 poles to a set stone near the corner of John M Roses stable N 43 W 7 poles 112 feet to a set stone j N 44 E 7 poles tobeginningFor price the purchaser withapproved surety or security must execute bond bearing legal interest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms Witness my hand this 11th day of i ftXo February 0 C FULKS Comr By I R HOLLON D 0 a w o L f K ttr I NiI NiN- iB F PIERATT President E F CECIL VicePresnt 1 MARION KNIGHT Cashier iS G SAMPLE Attorney 1 bQttpihtl 1500000 + im 11 iL lI r At ftFft T M LEIS H E ONEY H F IIKKATT J P HOSE 4 HEN MUKPIIY E F CECIL IiI This Bank solicits the accounts of Merchants Farmers Traders and Business Meu generally Most Liberal Terms within the limits of legitimate banking i j Ladies Dress Goods b In Fancy and Fashionable Patterns Hamburg Laces as fine dJas looms can make j GENTS FURNISHING GOODS in1 r rjiji eluding ties shirts collars suspenders etc j Prints of the yt M latest design and Domestics bleached and unbleached j a k line of Rugs including Brussells and ingrain weaves Oils + Paints Drugs Glass Putty Stoves Tinware Crockery c j CLOTHING SHOES HATS CAPSVS in endless variety and great quantity so low in price you will nj be bound to buy Did we hear somebody say GROCERIES g Well weve got emarid canned goods of every kindAp ricots Peaches Peas Tomatoes Corn Sweet Taters and s 1 RespectfullyiPLE MlLLERSCUT- SACRIFICE SALEBeginning SATURDAY January 11 and ending SATURDAY February 20 1Q08 I will sell goods at the following cutprices 21 Mens Suits worth 1100 Sacrifice price 719 01a ii 750II ti 431 50 Pairs Pants 250it r 179 01i ii ii 50II st99c41 Odd Coateit 200 149ei 8ipCalicoesIPiWAll goods in stock cut accordingly Come at once Do not wait Get your bargains while they last Respectfully D c 1YIILLER JR In Presidential Year 1908 Those Who Want the TRUTH Should Read An Independent Newspaper THE EVENING POST DURING THE YEAR 1008 v COSTS LESS THAN ONE CENT A DAYS rg FREEA New Kentucky v Governors Wall Atlas I From Isaac Shelby to Augustus E Willson All of Kentucky Governor The only complete collection now In exlittnctEvery true KentuckIan ihould have a copy In his home or once JUST OFF TILE PRESS li the new Kentucky map Engraved especIally tor the Evening Post at a cost of 13600 In addition to thus up to the minule Kentucky map and pictures of all Kentucky Governor the complete census or all Kentucky towns II given with pIctures of all the President of the United State Ruler and Flat of all i nations steamship route statistical data In addition to the above there are nine ILlatr y phere report of the last three national census and much other historical In formation SUOSCRUJEUSl V bymallThe Evening Poet Iis Ont In everything bar the molt State new and belt market report A dally newspaper for the home l The Evening Post LOUISVILLE KY Special Price On Atlas and Evening Post With Thus Paper BEN MURPHY DEALER IN GENERAL STORES NEOLA KY Offers the citizens in and around Hele chavra 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 excbangR for goods and your patron age is respectfully solicited Until you buy from him you will never know how much you can save For Rheumatic aW Iftvnlc MM take Dr Mite AntiFate POto They rrn Ct read tIDq+lyerveaeaar jd LA L I KILL THE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew F I FOR QucHs1eI t- unaFrog AND AU THROAT AND LUN8TKOUBLE8 1ft IUTIIilJlAOlO1OK WJ S HENRY Headquarter Jackson Kr BEPBESENTINO THE JOSEPH G REED CO r Wholesale Dry Goods and Notion PORTSMOUTH OHIO Solicits the tJldeQIJhp merchalgts oEasttera Kentucky and guaraor ell prices and quality ol goodI Hold orderVforhimI Sr ii- r i- w 4 I v 4 w IL I 3 4 poa V I Coughs of ChildrenEspecially Na ture needs a little help to quiet the irritation control the in flammation check the progress of the disease Our advice is give the children Ayers Cherry Pectoral Ask your doctor if this is his advice also He knows best Do as he says We publlia our formula We banish tioohol from ourmtdlolnfi AgeTsdoctor to If you think constipation is of trifling consequence just ask yourdoctor He will disabuse you of that notion In short order Correct It at once I he will sty Then ask him about Ayers Pills A mild liver pill all vegetable Madeby they 0 Liar Co Lowell Hoi L THE HERALD A DAY Some hustling T 3soo with a horse to ride secure the above sala by application to this office if qualifications and condi tions prove satisfactory Bud Lawson died Saturday Miss Lillie Patrick of Toliver is visiting her sister Mrs Curtis Lacy Ben Murphy was complaining Monday of a sliore pain in his left breast Jimmie Hollon attended the funeraland burial of James Har gis Saturday Mrs J M Jones of near Days boro is visiting her daughter Mrs A C Nickell Drummer Bill Banks of the Calaboose dind Friday night Feb 0 at the age of 78 years Brother Bicknell and daughter Estella are this week visiting at Berea their former home o n rs Att7 JtCxA Bun tlit- fiigutuo The Kind You Mara Always Bought 11 of People suffering from lame back will find Dr D P Ordways plas ters a ready relief Sold by Dr J H Stamper Hazel Green Miss Maggie Childers of May town came up Saturday for her little sister and niece who are at tending the academy Miss Ada Bayesof Morgan coun ty daughter of Ed Bayes near West Liberty came over Monday to matiiculato in Hazel Green AcademyDr reports the birth of a boy to the wife of Frank Sam 0iand the doctor says it was a good sized sample Tom Walter and wife of near Iitown together with their two chil dren are visiting Mrs Walters parents and other relatives and friends in Magoffin county Mitch Campbell of our town has been quite sick for several days F past threatened with fever He was some better at last accounts and his friends hope soon to heart of his recovery Mrs Alice Stead a sister of Jack Sally who has been confined to her bed for some timo at the home of her brother was reported the first of the week as being in a se rious condition Dr Williams was on Monday called to Maytown to see Mrs Lee Hall who was suddenly taken worse and upon his return he had verysevere nervous shook suf fering so that Dr A C Niokell t was called in to treat Him tilh k 1 j 1 r J cIJ RECIPE FOR RHEUMATISM Directions to Prepare Simple Yet Remarkable Home Mixture I There is so much Rheumatism I here in our neighborhood now that the following ndvico by gut emi nent authority who writes for road ers of a largo Knatern daily papor will bo highly appreciated by thoso who suffer Get from any good pharmacy onehalf ounce Fluid Extract Dan I delion one ounce Compound Kar I CnmpoundI I at bedtime j also drink plenty of good water It iis claimed that there are few victims of this dread and torturous disese who will fail to find ready relief in this simple homemade mixture and in most cases a per manent cure is the result This simple remedy is said to strengthen and cleanse the elimi native tissues of the Kidneys so that they can filter and strain from the blood and system the poisons acids and waste matterwhich cause not only Rheumatism but numer ous other diseases Every man or woman here who feels that their kidneys are not healthy and active or who suffers from any urinary trouble whatever should not hesi tate to make up this mixture as it is certain to do much good and may save you from much misery and suffering after awhile Our home druggists say they will either supply the ingredients or mix the prescription ready to take if our readers ask the- mC8az3TORY lBears theiWKind Yon Mara Always Boughti SJpat1lrl 1I etOn 4 Thursday Feb Oth Judge James Hargis of Jackson feudist merchant lumberman and politi cian was shot to death by his only eon Beaucham Cooper Hargis who fired five bullets from a Smith Wesson 88 special revolver into his body one below the left nip ple three in the abdomen andone in the leg The boy had been on a protracted spree and was drunk when Le entered his fathers store After a few words of remcnstrancu for his conduct Judge Hargis took hold of his arm to take away his pistol when the boy began firing and after two shots blinded his father by throwing his coat over his face when he pumped three more shots into him and he fell into the arms of a clerk June Jett gasping out Im killed the on ly words he spoke Friends start ed to carry the wounded man to his home but he died en route Beach was arrested and dragged to the jail and Friday morningwas arraigned for trial but being in a dazed condition Judge Taulbee re manded him until Monday Judge Hargis was buried Saturday at tile old family graveyard a mile or so from town the remains reposing in the 1500 coffin he had himself purchased few weeks ago The patricide was taken out for trial Monday when his attorney Judge- D B Redwine waived examina tion and asked for bail This was deniedand he was remanded to await the action of the grand jury whichconvenes Monday that be ing the date of the Breuthitt Cir cuit court While this was con cededly a cold blooded murder the mother says she will defend her boy to the last dollar of the estate I The firm of Mapol it Troy are now easily located by a hand sign board with the wnrd Millinery and the firm name undorneath it being the hnndiwork of the poet painter with some assistance George Buchanan of Stillwnter accompanied by A J Hollon of Mary PO was here Sunday Mr Hollon is a candidate for assessor end we this week printed him some bills announcing the fact Troy Pieratt left Monday morn ing for his home at Kiddville He has had very poor health this winter and thought a two weeks visit to Hazel Green would benefit him more than a physicians physic Mrs Georgie Elam of West Liberty granddaughter of Elder D G Combs has been dangerous ly ill and was operated upon Sun day She was reported as resting easy and better Monday morning and her jaunt Mrs Q C Daniel who was called to see her Sunday returned homo Monday Cashier Knight who has been visiting his wifes father and fam ily and other relatives and friends for about a month during which time he was bruised up in an L N railroad wreck returned home Saturday Ho says he was shaken up considerably and is still sore from his bruises A protracted meeting of more than ordinary interest has been in progress at the Christian church here for about two weeks under the auspices of Elder D G Combs Several have joined the church and others been reclaimed Mr Elliott State Evangelist of tho Christian church preached Sun day morning and evening and the two sermons were eloquent mes sages to the unregenerated teem ing with the Masters love for all who obey his commands To Any Young Man expecting to attend the Eastern Kentucky State Normal School at Richmond Ky Write to L S Boothe president Y M 0 A Richmond Ky at as early date as possible and he willI make arrangements for meeting you at the train and finding suitI able boarding place You can then come to the office of the president who will assist you in making out your course of study Isaac Jefferson Ward uncle of our fellowtownsman John Ward died at Hazard Feb 2 of pneu monia Ho was the last of a fam ily of five hrothersWilliam who died at West Liberty several years ago j James the second oldest who died at Tulsa I T j John who was last heard of at Fairfield Ill and Miles who died a fdw years ago at Salyersville The five brothers were all soldiers during the civil war four Federal and one Confod orate They were all born and raised in this part of the country 4OOOOO0000000o gon0 z The conductor passing from the heated inside ofa trolley car to the icy temperature 4of the platform the canvasser spending hour or so in a heated building and walking against a biting windknow anIIdifficulty of avoiding cold tScotts Emulsion strengthens body so that it can better withstand theiOiO o danger of cold from changes of 0It will help you to avoid taking cold 0 ALL DRUGGISTS BOc AND 9IOO 00000000000000YY1r0 l 41- i aLfjCN + f Sl vaMI beenin i and has been made under his per 1 sonal supervision since its infancy I Allow no ono to deceive you in this JExperimentsJ Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gorge Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant UIcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago Is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the sleepTheGENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of VTA+ s The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 3O Years THE ecNTun COMPANY TT MumuY STRICT new TOUR CRY Hazel Green AcademyF- all Term Opens Sept 10 1907 Indications now foretell the largest attendance in the history of the school for the Fall Term The COURSES OF STUDY have been revised so as to afford the best advantages possible for young men and women who desire to bet ter prepare themselves for teaching or wish to prepare for the STATE CERTIFICATE or the STATE DIPLOMA The ACADEMIC COURSE well equips the student for the SOPH OMORE YEAR in College The Faculty is composed of Eight Teachers Careful attention is given to each student TUITION IS FREE GENERAL EXPENSESFall 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 0 CARTER SecyTreas H JlJ DERTHICK Principal CECIL BROS Is headquarters for Shoes Ladies and Gents and the finest line ever seen in Hazel Green Our Ladies Dress Goods Donestic 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 8 O SAMPLE ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and CounselorsatLaw CAMPTON KY This firm In all the Courts of Wolfe and adjacent counties Special attention given to Corporation Law and Real Estate Litigation Offices Second Floor Partners and Trade rs Bank t A JWw DAY HOUSE Hazel Green Ky Mr LOU DAY Proprietor Beet table tare In Eastern Kentucky A large sample room connected Heated and lighted by gas throughout and special av commodatious to traveling men Nerve er stele Headache win rk1yquickly to the Influence of Dr HIktj AnttPaln Pttb 2i done ZS cent o j t twj I I 7DOdl i 91wt II lW 1 KENTUCKY KERNELS i Carefully Collated and Concisely Chronicled Harry Brawley is the proud possessc of a young gray eagle which be capture alive on the banks of the river nea Newport recently Fulling to pay the costa in his divorc t suit before he remarried the judge seaside the decree and now G W8bep herd of Whitley county is an involun it tary bigainint V Chas Thompson of Rockcantle coup f ty was shot twice by Jordan Hatcher ii a church Saturday night causing tho meeting to break up in a panic llatchc is in jail and Thompson will die The Court of Appeals last week held that transportation companies mus come up to their contract and delive f goods shippedover their routes prompt- lyl and without unnecessary delay 1 t While walking alontr the streets of Versailles one day last week Mise Maud brrnent business man for which Miss Bo nannon asks 10000 damages Salvation Army workers in Louisville Ii durin the recent cold spell found ia family of nine persons in a house 01 The Point freezing and starving to death Relief was at once given but iIt I is thought the father will die bThecase against Elbert Hargis ant I Wm Britton charged with conspiracy to murder Dr B B Cox of Breathitt county and which was set for trial it the Fayette Circuit court for the 4tt suet was postponed to the April tsrm A special grand jury impaneled by the Federal court at Richmond after a three day + Investigation found eleven true bills for carrying on a lottery contrary to law The indicted parties reside in Coving ton Cincinnati Indianupolis and New YorkWhile in a demented condition Mist Sallie Ruth Wilson aged 28 years i daughter of J S Wilton n prosperoui farmer of Franklin county jumped into a frozen creek Becoming conscious of tier peril she called for help and was shortly after found frozen to death Marion Farley and Thomas Childs youug farmers of Marshall county were held to the grand jury on a charge of wuilecappiiii having severely whipped Steve Whitfield a negro It Is said that they belong to a gang organized to drive the negtoes out of Marshall county The country store of Dunn Bros in Harrison county was destroyed by fire Saturday night and Letcher Dodine aged 60 years who had a room in the building was burned to death Dodine is said to have had nearly 5000 hidden in his room which was also burned up Three weeks ago Mrs Borge Parrisb of Covington dreamed that her three yearold Ion was burned to death in their home and was greatly alarmed over the strange dream One evening last week as the child was playing before a grate his clothes caught fire and before as sistance could be rendered was to terri bly burned that death ended his suffer ings in a short time Lida Preston the ICvearold daughter of John Preston of Cntlettsburg wail burned to death last week by her clothes catching fire from a grate Her younger sister in trying to save her was also seriously burned Their mother who was confined to her bed with a twodays old baby jumped up and running out into the yard dashed n bucket ofwater bver ihe girls extinguishing the flames but is herself in a critical condition in- consequence CASTOR 1 A For Infants anti Children The Kind You Have Always Bought theAyftlBignaturc Mrs Landsaw Dead Mrs D D Landsaw of East Chaiullor auecuinbod to a combined attack of typhoid favor and heart failure last Friday morning just before daylight She hud not been well for sometime und suffered several attacks of heart trouble About two weeks ngo she con traded typhoid fever and a com plication of it and heart trouble gadded her death Funeral services were held nt the residcnco conducted by Ilov Oscar Infold The remains were buriod in Oak Park cemetery Mrs Lundsaw loaves a husband l t tanda largo funnily of children the I Mjiss Stella IS years old and Robert the youngest is a lad of six The other children are Ednu Della Myrtle and Mettie Mrs Lundsaw was ono of those good motherly women whoso only thought was for the comfort of others She was n loving wife a foul mother and a good neighbor Ji 2 y and she will he sadly missed J Chandler Okla Tribune Dec II f The paper containing the above 1was sent Postmaster Kash some aI time ago but ho misplaced it and j only succeeded iii1fli ding it a fnw days ago Hqnce tho delay in reproducingit r k 1 1 iI j 1 At the Waist LACY CREEK LINES 0 Born to the wife of C F Sam ple a boy- ZerildaPerkins went to Haze Green Friday Boon Lacy laU week was engage in hauling coal from John Days bank for Buck Hollon Dock Perkins last week moved the family of a Mr Handy to hisIfarm down on Red river Charlie Sampe wife and son Denzilwere guests of Sam Kash and family one day last week Rose and Lulu Perkins spent Sunday and Sunday night at the home of John Pieratt and family on Murphy fork James Perkins spent Sunday with his wife and little son Ray mond who are visiting at the home of E F Cecil and family Miss Joan Rose a charming young lady of Hazel Green Academy paid home folks a pleasant visit from Saturday until Monday Hon Joe Rose last week moved from the head of Lacy creek to his farm near Hazel Green the old Swaugo homestead The other farm is under the good manage mont of his eldest son Curtis who is acting bachelor at present Fob 10 LULU Cures lllood Skin Diseases Cnncer Greatest hood 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 skin bone pains catnrrli rheumatism blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm eu II n Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood Is made pure and rich Druggists or byexpress 311 per large bottles Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is especially ndvissed for chronic deep seated cases as it cures after all else fails Dear Editor Ill take Sam Wilson at his word He tells me TilE HERALD is the best paper in the mountains so I send 75 cents by him for a years subscription Yours H C TAUUIEE Nannie Ky OAJSTO3aIABe- antheihiKind You Have Always Bought Signature YlI et Dr D H Knsh was visiting the family of brother Sam Kush Sun laythousands Have Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect it Irevnlenrr of Kidney Ulncnsf Most people do not realize the alarm iug increase and remarkable prevnlcncy j of kidney disease While kidney dis Borders arc the vrmost commont V I prelilj almost the last i recognized by tai patient and phy I sicians trill fill tint tirumelrra trifle tlitclorinij the rflicls while the orij mil disease undernuncs the system What To Do There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressiil that Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy mlpninand every part of the urinary passage It corrects inability to hold water mid scalding jpain in pastIng it or bad effects following use of liquor wine or hoer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often luring the day and to get up many times during the night Time mildand1 the extraordinary effect of SwampRoot i highestItiessing cases you von should have the best Sold by druggists in fiftycent und onedollar sizes I You may have a sample bottle anda book that tells all- nboutithotlssentfree fCrK by mail Address Dr I ilmuer S Co Biug hamtonNY When Homof Bw npKoot writing mention this paper and dont make any mistake but remember the name Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and I the address IJhighamtoti N Y f r i restlessBesstroubleSome ic1 and the womanly functions regulated by the use ofd J Wine of CarduiMrs Annie Hamilton of Stetsonville WIs writes i Cardui saved rhtf from the grave after three 3 doctors had failed to help me ItI is a good medicine and I recommend it to all suffering women For sale at all druggists in 1 bottles in MedteatAdKIICS j AdVIsay DePt cMttanooxa Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn 47 STATE OP OHIO CITY OF TOLEDO 189 LUCAS COUNTY j Frank J Cheney makes oath that ho is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the City of Toledo county and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrhcure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and sub scribed in my presence this Oth day of December A D 1880 lA W GLEASON SEAL lf Noto Publicl Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY 4 Co Toledo Cv Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Anyone wishing to buy a good 200 razor can get one at 100 as long fas they last by applying at this office tf tT E I GeciHong WiIIiQerg9 The CecilLong Millinery have re ceived their stock of fall and winter ladies furnishing goods hats latest creation both trimmed and 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 beforebuying Our stock comes 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 Crnit rlullf Uildllpldl lldub Shrubs Grape Vines Asparagus Ev e r y1 thing for Orchard Lawn end Garden We employ no agents Catalogue on Appli cation II F HtLLKNMKYER SONS LEXINGTON KY FARM FOR SALE I offer for sale my farm of 100 acres lying H miles east of Hazel Green Small dwelling outhouses and good well Terms reasonable Call on or addressH C LACY Pino Ridge ICyI A NEW MILLINERY AD 11 DRESS MAKING ESTABLISHMENTxfr II Misses Manog MePcrITr U wN OVER KASJI SIMPLES IIJEJ GREEN lr i Misses MAPEL TROY Announce to the ladies of Hazel Green and the surrounding coun l try that they have just opened an uptodate Millinery and Dress- Making Establishment Our line of hats are the most artistically trimmed ever seen in IlaxolGreon many of them being pattern hater 1 and ns they were selected by an expert milliner f ahoy are sure to pleaeut- the imost fastidious in taste I In addition to the millinery busiutss which includes all tho lat est trimmings wo have a Dress Making Department complete with charts etc ready to cut and snake Ladies and Childrens Shirt Waists Sacks and indeed all kinds of sewing We are located over Kasjbiji Samples store and we assure you that all our goods are firatoiaw and prices as low as anywhere Call and seo the stock for yourself Soliciting your patronage we remain YoursRespectfullyf i 1 MAPEL TROYJ