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JI 1leYesilyCarolt 41888 MadS jdott i a teeStory of Jonathan and His Ooatlnen by MAX ORell e 7 t rlitit= I i 7 1 1he OIdat MoftPoJu Mot Wes Circulated ind Most Quoted Paper in the Keqtuck Mount ing il TWENTYTjilRD YEAR 31 w i HAZIL GfcEEN WOLFS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 20 19Q8 l i v Lexington and Eastern Railway r Time Table in Effect Nov 18 1901 I F + WESTBOUND i n rgSTATIONS 5 Dallyand No3 c Baa ay 2 II 11 p Sunday AMArr PHArr + 6 10 am 0 2 20 pm 1 itt 8 16 pm 2 25 pm 7 07 ug1 0MJackonJ 20 3 20 pm 7 30 am 408 41 psf 7 4b m 44 3 55 pm- 1i 7 43 am Cam ton JnnVu 3 57 pm 8 15sm 57 Stanton 574 26p81- I 5j 8 25 am 61MClay Clty 02 4 35 pm- f S OOOant 70 Lit gJuuon 70 6 07 pm of 912 am 90 0Wlncheiter 90 520um 4 955 am D4 Lexlngton 94 006 pm itUEAST BOUND ii No2No4It rDaUy u = STATIONS Daily and Sunday Sunday 4 PM LveAMy 225 pm 0 LeXington 0 7 36 am 20 813 am3 10 pmO Wlnobeter 3 25 pm I LABfuhotlon I 8 26 P 81- J J I pm 40 Clay City 40 9 02 am pin 44 Stanton 144 9 180 a- Sf F alro CmltaTtJl1n pm f pm 57 Nat Bridge b719 4 o JIm 62 Torrent 62 58 am 7 5 18 pm 70 BesttlveJo am J j 8 10 pm 90 OKJuncn eo 11 15 am 8 15 pm 94 JaekonMll941120a j a CONNECTIONS L hE JuNcr1oHTrains NOl 12 and t 1 L Swill make connection with the COKy y Mt Sterlingfor 1 2 JnScrioNTralni NosCAMPTOXK l 1 3 and rongneet with the Mountain eatrai4 t Byrter Plofl Ridge and Cam ton NOI2tLLEJUilrCTIONTralo tefill make connection at BeatfanrUU rJ lRi ft theL and A Railway for punten toi frpptBeattyTllle cS Tfa K JONOTIOH Trains NOl Sand- 4j mneellth the 06 K Ralway for local t tatloninn the 0dr K nallay I W AODOWELLGoneraUlal aCIr OnA880QTTOenPMi Agent r it1 J 1 o1It OHIO KENTUCKY RAILWAY r t time Table May 21 1905 1fl y WESTBOUNDa No 33 H No21 l S Daily ex = STATIONS e Daily ex Sunday r Sunday i iii ARK 0 27 PM Au 6 20 6 Cannel City 22 1235 4 63 11 Heleebawa- U5 20 12 19 13 Lee City 13 12 13 Ii 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 3 62 22 Wllhnrit 6 1144 3 10 27 0 AK Junction- S 0 1115 00 Jackson 11 05 1 j- F EAST ROUND No3i I yrr I Nor 22 f Dally u STATIONS Dally P 8110I1a11 unay r y AM LvB I PlILYB I 7 10 H27 Cannel City 0 1 00 7 33 21 Uelechawa 6 1 17 r 1 45 19 Io City 11 1 23 r S 24 13 Hampton 13 1 44 8 37 10 ii Wllhnrit 20 161 9 25 il O4tJunction 22 2 25 9 30 0 Jftekion 27 2 80 iI Nos 21 and 22 will mike close conneettoi V at O K Junrtlon with Noi 3 and 4 for points on the Lexington arid Eastern Rail jaySuperintendent IhIUnlainG8t t tllaiIIoa1 IFi 1IIir No DFPART 1 No 2- ABE1VE tlOO i mCampton1180a m pmYya z o2 No- AlllIE 1 DEPART 1 80 amCaTnpn Juno 1O t05atdi 3 JBO pmCamph Juno 47 46m r The Mouutnjn Central triakeV J x ooanection with aU L h E pag- r senger train- sFARM FOR SALe u 1I offer for sale my farm pfH 100 zt acres lying iVmijeVeast offHaafII- iGreenP SmaM dwelling oulhpjisbli a and good well Terms reasonable Call oil or address 1t llO LACY i Fitellidge KyV 3 Il 7 ArWIFAJAS alI- Cr L goooo6ooopoqp6ooobocoo A ostlg Cam ft q proposition 11 take is one bit Q utfcilB a tMgioB to me for pal1er iifakdlabor and poitage but I value the good will of my Bubsoribers more than their money Therefore all who are behind more than ONE YEAR who will send me 1150 1 wilUsend THE HERALD for 12 months and cancel the debt and to all who are behind less than one year who will send me 76 cents I will send the paper 12 months Provided that all to whom this applies will avail of the offer inside of Thirty Days- frets le1f201i On and after larch 20th this offer will be withdrawn and the price of the piper will be 1 ayear castJi iii aiTaice In the name of Got and humanity could anything be fairer I hope no one will compel me to coiled hr law for in that case ful ill be required Trui iend SPE t OOOPER l M h T UK CRT LOCALS Mrs Junie Sebastian and sister inlaw of Day boro wire in town FridayDr Dunn reports the birth of a flip boy to the wife of George Taul bee oh Davis Boone May salesman for E L Martin do Co was here calling on oUf m to ants t lilies Effie Bryant and her sister inlaw Mrs H W Bryant Jr visited friends at Vanoleve Sunday Mrs Zerilda MoGuir L of Lee oouuty was Vi ting daughter- Mrs Asa Rose from tprjaiy till Wednesday Mrs C F GrttlnracJtt edgwp day for Wiucll Brown do Son htiin poor healtlo isb6 peltiRa hope iho wiiL1 tixnshortly yjery much improyedt Scott NiokelJ of GiUmojtf pas here Friday on buslne0 Hesiiyi the people haye gothk codi and wont talk about paying hIiI He should have the saints here to hold a protracted meeting on his sideThe Saints began their lOdays meeting Saturday night They are praying for this to be the moot successful ope ever held at this place Six persons from Cannel City were in attendance from Sat urday until Sunday evening David Graham with John A Graham dCoLexiltgtpuwas here Monday en rotitplo the mill which will begin workhe lJfttter part of this week They have not been doing any bueinoaa since October He orde pdtwo cars to be loaded with lumber for South Bond mud Fftb17 fi R u QJQeUMI d- EE LQper ofMarJIla N Y says Iamacarfen islid have haiFmiiuy severe outs heated lby Btiibklers Aruba Salve It has saved ni Itltferiund dollars It I8 y far trbeet liaallua1vo J eatreln4yealoere1 I 9bostall dealers j 4 Wpnti IethripenFebtpfy1 1008 Spencer Cooper 0wneratielEaitor e Enalod dfjud raooej order for QxrgsriHERALD v rJ igel to Infr loon jLia tI kll r JiL jn I MUWlT4Plkf IniBflKJ The writer waji informed that else Murphy ands fife are down with measlet 1 Last week Dave Rose of Ezel bight a g25 brd dog from an In dianapolis firm H Patrick of ielpaoflthrn our burg en route to Hazel Green on a business venture t- Will Keaton of Pekin pled through this ptcewith two fine mules for Mt Sterling Milt Lykins of Long Branch last week t t10 yearlings from H pfivateIThursday T Im Lawson Ib from Gal via Elam a tTouee and an acre oflland ob this creek for 35 Miss Ura Murphy a student at the H G A is at present on the sick list at her home on thiscreokt Cleveland Manning swapped a good cow to Henry Murphy for a young heifer and a 200fi hog lest Thursday While Isaac Mnrphywae cutting sprouts one dav t 1t weekone of them struck hi the eye injur it severely The writing c hicbkwaBto houselast otodolll Mort CeoiLanclcrew are putting np more fencing on another part of the farm Jin it bo that Mort is tryip to make another mile stretch A box supper waaheld Saturday night at the churchhoneQ in Ezel proceeds for the beuefiipf Sunday school The highest prioed box was 225 News being scarce in this vicin ity the past week the writer had the luck of ditching a few dis patches from Ezel and neighboring points John Anderson who went to Texaa Decijpaber ayejir ago is vis- Iting hit father Dug Anderson at Ezel and will return to the Lone Star tatonthe2Oth Boy Green BfojfnY wl qJJwlJ tiilardDeaniafarm John Murphys place last week John is feeling rich over it Garland Dennis of Ezel bought a horse last Tuesday from Arch jChildore and when he caqe the neat morning to take the animal he found thatit had gone to horse heaven We congratujajj9 Harry Mujphy oh seoJriug MlietEfBp Tovfnaend from MouthVpf GiUqiorOjasJ house ei8Kmght and ao- oolnpliahtxt young lady and ex cyedinglyjpjetty Despite the fierce winds that blew through eyery Porlionpf the everykhing oyerygapRaf7itaa8lea LawIIQnllmd1Up pir many thanlcB- fLast weok Milt Lykine of Long raltchsptilhlr ffsrfSrtb JimKo tufe for i1 00 and fJof go S4 arjng4Iatontion in Montgbmery county Ben Mur hy says hd f ryEto speahita go nit nevethpl 3f Qt1dn11 atiQJ RR diokAlnp44nma- e can go where Milt iq t tdq r tli rt i 14 1 This of q h11a jjiiWioQ w sudanf raewjo re I 1la 1t CAMPION CURRENCY II James Gosney id the new pro prietor of the St Cloud Hotel IDr D H Kash made a pleasure trip to 8 tillwn tor bridge Sunday Dr J R Carroll was called to Stillwater on professional business yesterday lIon A C Oliver came up from Frankfort Saturday and remained with his family until Monday Jolly John Pieratt was in town Wednesday and Thursday of last I merchantsIStamper and E T if this place are attends Jack son this week Miss Effie Elkins who has been clerking in Days store at Jackson for the past year is now at home on a vacation Miles Mechling and A F Gar ver were in Menifee county last week preparing to drill an oil well near Frenchbnrg C B Rose representing Wt tts Ritter k Co made his first call on our merchants last week and dH i od business 4ional effects of Win Bootho deod were sold at bis old homestead on Devils creek last Thursday Everything sold high The Central Hotel is without a proprietor this week H B Hurst haying moved out last Saturday and Squire Allen not having yet moved in M F Horton went to Frankfort Monday on business He has been strongly endorsed by his political friends fora clerkship in the aud itors office Uncle Granville Evans aged 82 years residing one mile south of Campton died yesterday after a severe illness of a few weeks Gov ernor Evans as he was generally known had many friends among the best citizens ot our county and many of his numerous sayings will be remembered because of their originality He will be buried by the Masonic fraternity at the family burying ground Wednesday morning at 10 oclock He was the father of John Evans lately deoeaaedof Hazel Green anj Douglas Evans of this town Feb 18 S8 The Jumping Off Place Consumption had me in its grasp and I had almost reached the jumping off place when I was advised to try Dr Kings New Discovery and I want to say right now it saved my life Improvement began with the first bottle and after taking a dozen bottles I jcras a well and happy man again says George Moore of Grimesland N Cv As a remedy for coughs and soreJnngenia New Discovery is supreme 5QX and 100 at all dealers Trial bottle free LACY CREEL LINES 0J O Perkins is very sick at this writing E F Cecil WItS on Lacy creek bUlinesstBoone Laoy and wife were guests of Porter Lacy Wednesday night Gus Tualbee last week moved from the farm of Joe Rose to Andy LaoysBopfQe Lacy last week sold to Charlie Rose a twoyearold heifer for 25 I Dont forget church at the John son school house Sunday 28rd nt J10 80 oclock am rA Monument was erected last 1weilb DAo ptlhe dive sbiotheltilvillMF 1i tI Mrs 0 F Sample who has been siok for about two weeks was re ported to bh dangerously ill Fri day and Saturday J Dan Lawson who is livingat fafmlastland from Mrs Mattie Perkins and will move as soon as possible Mrs Frank Johnson who hia been at the bedside of her daugh Jar Mrs Frank Sample was taken suddenly ill Thursday with a pain in her left side and was in danger for a few hoursr Feb 17LULUSTATE OF Ouzo CITY OF TOLEDO LUCAS COUNTY Frank J Oheneymake he is senior partner of the firm o- fF J Cheney d Co doing business in thoCityof 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 Catarrh cure 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 l Nato Public Y arrh Cure is taken in acts directly on the a n urttu acsfgceHof the stem Send for testimon F J CHENEY A Co Toledo 0V Take Halls Family Pills for constipation N sowxo c ls- o Jim Tipton was here on business today Steve Crawford of near Cannel City was killed by train Wednesday W W Swango left here Thurs day for Mt Sterling with a drove of cattleMrs T Xckell is attending the meeting here nod visiting her daughter Mrs F P Wilson Miss Sue Long of Salem visited J B Holloas folks Saturday and Sunday and attended church B S Stamper of Cannel City passed through here in pursuit of some men whose names are not known to our people Our meetingis progressing nice lwith Revs Wm Yoon- arlanM4irphy at the he wo were baptized J F Wilson and Jeff Bailey Ben Murphy is attending to the store during the absence of his clerk qn other business 2n says he had rather be out in the mud with a scrubby calf Feb 17 GRANNY Dont Want the CourierJoutiiaJ Mt Sterling Job 8 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir Find enclosed check for 1 Credit same on subscrip tion to THE HERALD Yours respectfully A B PIEBATT PSI dont want any Courier Journal Keepiif OpeiHeie Everybody is welcome when we feel good and we feel that way pnly when our digestive organs are working properly Dr Kings New life Pills regulate the action of- the etomaoh liver and bowels 110 perfectly ono cant help feeling good when ho uses these pills 151 at all dealers The Kill W Ukt West Liberty Feb 7 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sin Find enclosed check for W for BBpprjlptan to Ti 5 HERALD RefrJatEnlly NANNIB IF IELDer 1- t Mre to Ale priceWO GAreturn 1 Baa time ply fXasb op Mia- singtbli visited Missing relatr ton for tta JoeWlaboo I farm Ji day of- Miss her brot and hit Tar Rldj Steps ther ano Kash vi during t N L Mondayestate 1 tend tosCB visiting ton Gill tLog ging oij part of tthe farm zie Miller JM1 have just- ing8b0 and hays other line GraMyLimo tion are b speaks w- whould so find that Born t Mnrphy twin boys Mrs Liz she says Vtfiy m- nabout thi get from new save- Kentucky jonly 18 r I j Feb lsI SueLlj- thi week traoted p- Frank Heights I on thE fs uearNoc Moody and JiGd GAW6 friends S NP 0 for Mt t Nelson SF- horiea Vi Oliver a line of aWoatYfor t2timill yardrt be aawod pnrposes i rsbavi andovern i3te L- 1T Ie 1F r- ty f aLroua r j f t1SAltor y MEEN KY r 1908L f 8b 2jf r0 t =c MLNTS r JUDGE eiw ourJidge1111 d candidate for f Hfce 23rd JudicialI lie action of the Re T CLERK iattiejzed to ariboune Lln MjL of Gillmore Juh i of Circuitt I subject to iRKj aririounoolId ff Wolfe he Dem 001 lice lidato G- county miicratie J nannojince I mdtdnlo for ountyisub cratic par- 8nfOnfC r e fvater as a aft iis thisl- ERALDt eof As sod sub- f6tion of the party worked 1 4port theI fdate be Ahe is so the office lei condi ranual lay aeu can an- ith Thinks the 1 it iffo should I urination i hi1charac measured in office and 9 support 1Lnot oe thus wantinge kteful and ties in- every rto A tt TRACE 6ief Exec doreo 41 IaN rent Ken re grant eutucky iiairman eo of the V Clubs lies TD tlnd me of prac rove therye ato have j v1 full joffoctive cars who nan in all jglad In this part youhis ijnen of u toa- utlFF sbliot 8n 1fth8ch00hsuffrage Sofomon and I do believe that lha more women lave to do with tm schools the better the schools will be Yours trulyA- UGUSTUS E WILLBON EXflOV BHADLEY BRIEF AND TO THE POIST Frankfurt Ky Jan 1008- I I heartily approve conferring of school suffrage on the women of Kentucky with educational quali fication added as you desire To dory so small a request to tho splendid women of this state would bo n shameful injustice Very truly W 0 BRADLEY HUOE HAOEU APPROVES Janunry 17 100S In educational as in all reforms affecting family life tho coopera tion of women is essential Vo should look to and invite the intel iigent cooperation of the women of Kentucky in our efforts to pro mote the education of her sons and daughters School suffrage for edu sated women of Kentucky should prove a very onicliiiijtJielptcr this end 1 favor it without any sort of reservation Join F HAQSK CLARENOR LEIJUS ESQ ADVOCATES TIm MEASUR- Er January 17 lOS Dear MadamIn replying to your valued favor of Jan 15 it gives me great pleasure to state that I approve of tho steps taken by the Kentucky Federation of Womens Clubs in asking of the nUjeducntionalKentucky womenNpiriTis a reasonable just JgnTaud n hightound request that every fairminded K e n t u c kini n should approve of If thn men of this good state will not stand together as a unit to free themselves from the press ure of the Tobacco Trust I teal that they should at toast encour age the ladies to elevate this great state of ours in the way of educa tion Wishing you success in your undertaking and assuring you that I will do everything in my power to assist your club in your great work I remain yours respectfully LEBU9dSocietyelMAKE IT YOURSELF Tells Our Readers How to Mix Best Rheumatism Cure A well known authority on Rheu matism gives the readers of a large New York daily paper the follow icg valuable yet simple and harm less proscription which any tftJl caueasily prepare at home Rluid Extract Dandelion one half ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Stir iapanlla three ounces Mix by shaking well in a bottle and take a teaspoonful after each mealand at bedtime He states that the ingredients can be obtained from any good pre scription pharmacy a small cost and being of vegetable extraction are harmless to take This pleasant niixture if taken regularly for a few days is said to overcome almost any cake of Rheumatism Tho pain and swelling if any diminishes with ouch dose un til permanent results are obtained and without injuring the stomach While there are many socalled Rheumatism remedies patent medicines etc some of which do give relief few really give permanent results and the above willno doubt be greatly appreciated by many sufferers hero at this time Inquiry at the drug stores of this I neighborhood elicits the informa tion that these drugs are harmless and can be bought separately or the druggists here will mix the pre scription for our readers if asked to Sliver Ahuinum Jolly Moulds Free Individually Moulded Dessert are now con deredthe proper moulds arehard to get outside the large cities bI SisrtpikJEWiOTlie Dainty Dessert ca Ctreadylu ch t I JI John H hose iidtnrud Snturiiy astojia two weeks visit among hIs rolntives and acquaintances in ll liuois He ass at Ashland and visited C E French and wife ab Bush ton whore ho was with Em ory and Klxa Jonifis and their fiuiiv ilies and at Ma toon where he saw Dave James Ho says all the for mer Kentuckians with whom ho met nro enjoying good honlthand doing well in worldly affairs Ho seems much improved by his out into Adams Lands the Judgeship Acting Governor Cox last Fri day appointed James P Adamp of BtMittyville Circuit Judge of the 2iJd District to succeed Judge Rob ert Riddell who died recently at hid homo in Irvine The vacancy in the mCA of Commonwealths Attorney caused by Adams ap pointment was Hind Saturday Jr Wise Hngins and Kelly Kash were both backed for the place and Kelly won out Russell Cecilof Cedar Bluff Yju is visiting Charley nod Rob ort Cecil of this place and will visit others of tho name nearby Ho loft homo lust October since which he has visited his daughters Mrs Johns and Mrs Davidson of Bridgpport Texas also Jeptlm Fallen of Wilmer Uncle Bus is the father of our friend Will Ce cil FARMS FOR SALEI- n Scioto County Ohio near Portsmouth One fArm consistingI of InO acres 76 goodimlierroundhousemilestfrommile to tclioul house and church Price reaiounbler lOne farm constating of lroom cottage good outbuildings and as much Ohio river bottom land us you may want No 1 good water Also good site for Eat End restau rant in the city of Portsmouth One square from brickyard that employs 300 men own square from foundry that em ploys 250 men j onehalf milp from W N terminal that empoys 3000 men Ou best street in town For further particulars call on or ad drew KDV DISTEL Home Phone 09I Portsmouth O WhoWill Be PresidentThis and every man must read to keep posted on politics The u ie d fJju al Henry Watterson Editor Is a Democratic Newspaper but it prints the news as it develops Ono dollar a year is the price of the Waoy4 Oiuda au l But you can get that paper and th- eHazel Green Herald Both One Year For 125 only If you will give or send your order to this paperNOT to The Courier Journal Daily Courier Journal 600 a Year Sunday CourierJournal 200 a Year Wo can give you a combi inn cut rate on these if t jf t i I crs ir1 w a- owu COMMt TTeSIOp ERS ALE i4 WOLFS CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY GKSEVA Bnovx Admx Plaintiff versus 1 By J W RosE ETC DefrmlinK 0k8alci made mid enjered at its Jiuiuiiry term J908 In the nbovo 01 shall proceed to offer for sale8tthe courthouse door in nmpton Ky tu the highest and hest bidder nt public iiuc Lion oft MONDAY 2nd DAY OF IAROU 1900 beingCountyI month the following described proper ty tllwlt 1st A certain tract of land lying and KllItllckyoultheas follows UeginniiiK in the county rod on the comer to Jllhll Barker tract of rand thence with said line and the ridge to the miiin nice of the Llcki branch thence with the Lick branch ridge to the head of Manns Irartch thence following the ridge so as to in elude ell the water of the branch upon which James JlI Tilths now lives ton point on the fence near and just south of a pine tree thence up the hill from a small apple about SO yards below the mouth of said branch thence down bv said apple tree to the county road thence westward with the CUll IIirOlld to the beginning being the Pnnie land conveyed by W 11 Tibb to Jiunes M Tibbo recorded in Iced Book No page Wolfe county clerks ollice 2ndrllsnaI tract of land in Wolfe county Kentucky on Stamper branch and bounded as follows Beginning on a walnut Gen tampers corner thence running up the branch with Its mean dare to a tvulnut tree near the old horse mill place thence Groaning the branch to the forks of the branch near Green ritampers ling pen thence up the let t hand branch with Green Stampers line to a while oak nuJl beech up thin pojut to the end of the pint to two chestnut oaks thence with tljodivding ridge with Green Stumper liil t to Geo Stamper line on top of the Jidtre near the sugar camp thence with Gen Stampers line to the beginning being the wimo land conveyed by J K Carroll to J F Slim pIe recorded in Deed Book 15 page 30 Wolfe coiinty clerks office 3rdA tracrof laud in Wolfe county Kentucky on Laurel creek and bounded as follows to wit Brglnniug on a white oak running an eastward course with tho cliffs to the falls below W R PelfryV forming corner thence a south direction running with the branch to the county road to the ford of Laurel creek thence with said crecek to the mouth thence north a straight line to the beginning being the lmd conveyed by J T Center and wife toT F Sample recorded in ned Book No 13 page i224 Wolfe county clerks office 4thA certain town lt in the town of Hnzel TJreen in Wolfo county Ky bounded as follows to wit Beginning at a set stone on the south side of Broad way street thence with said street S 13 E 7 poles 112 feet to a stone on Shop alley j thence with sold alley S 44W 7 poles toait stone near tile corner of John M Roses stable N 43 W 7 poles 1 12 feet to a set stone N 44 E 7 poles to the beginning For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or security must fWijIdayforce and efifcct of a judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms Witness my hand this 11th day of February 1908 C O FULKS Comr Bv 1 IL HOLLON DC T E GeoiHOngmiIIinergQ 9 The CecilLong Millinery hnvo rn 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 trimmipgs readymade skirts shirt waists silks underwear hosiery gloves and thfc finest line of lading and displuyinThe ladies are requested to call buyingOur the fore most firms of Cincinnati and you are sure to get the latest styles in everything jvlien you buy from us Respectfully CECIL LON- GYIiOUSE r I 1 lazel Cr enKy g J Ii F plsRflTT PrjIdonf E14 CECILVice Of Prel iitii MARION KNIGHT Cashier S SAMPLE ittornoy tStlsf1ttia1 rtttClt i15joOOOO tI1m JIeLt1JtaDfRFCrOHSK M PHILLIPS R A BASH TI MI LKK II U OffKYV H l IiEltATl 1 1 HOSIK HUN MUUlHY 12 P CECIL IFr IiThis Hank noliHts the accounts of Merchants Farmer rratlers nUll Business Men generally Most Liberal Perms wlllihi the limits of legitimate banking i7Tif pwTtiT f + z Ill rii ==== = JV = = V= = WJ 11 ii Ladies Dress Goods ii ffijj L i In Fancy and Fashionable Patterns Hamburg Laces ns fine rffrt JJ Ltd looms can make GENTS FURNISHING viOODS inllift KJ eluding ties shirts collars 8uspoidors etc i Prints of the Sffi mtI llPaints Drugs Glass Putty Stoves Tiiuvuro Crockery c fijj ICLOTHING SHOES MATS CAPS ll E willE1 1 J l r s4 ffll t- ricotsi Peaches Pens Tomatoes Corn Sweet Taters and rJj itl Jut pshaw 1 Come and see Respectfully i J KASH SAMPLE mk11 = = v = =L r L MILLERSCU- SACRIFICEtLISALK Beginning SATURDAY January 11 and ending SATURDAY February 29 1908 I will sell goods at the following cut prices 21 Mens Suits worth1100 Sacrifice price 37i9 1II a II 750II It 431 50 I 179ulrs900ui 41 Odd CoutsII 200ids It 149 Flannolp worth jer yard 12icIi IIt Sio CalicoosII II 7 1 uII JHc fAll goods in stock cut accordingly Come at once Do notrwait Get your bargains while they last Respectfullyi D C 1VIILLERJJR S fA NEW MILLINERY d AxD DRESS MAKING ESTABLISHMENT 111138081a11oll1l1faDHIa PIa11Troll OVER KASH A SAMPLES tHAZEL G HElm KY i Misses MAPEL TROY i Announce to the ladies of Hazel Green anti the surrounding coun try that they have just opened ai uptodate Millinery and Dress Making Establishment Our line of huts are tho most artistically trimmed ever seen in Hazel Green many of then being pattern hats t and as they were selected by an export milliner they are sure to please tho most fastidious in taste s In addition to tho millinery business which includes all the lat est trimmings wo havo a Dress Making Departmnnt complete with charts etc ready to cut and make Ladies and Childrens ShirtWaisterSacks and indeed all kinds of sewing We are located over Kash q tt Samples store and wo assure you that all our goods are fir tclaR8 and prices as low us anywhere Cull and see the stock for yourself Soliciting your patronage we remain Yours Respectfully r MAPEL TROY m 16 rA at home reacts in its benefits lLspentII unceasing o general profit endedKeptbenefit Business men should awake to the importance of keeping this dollar at homo and make a bid for it by judicious advertisingr ay CECIL BROS tar Headquarters for Boots shoes Is headquarters for Shoes Ladies f and Gents and the finest line ever seen iit Hazel Green Our Ladies Dress Good Duo gestic otionsa r kc are 1at fit in pattern i diJ re tnestin a r1c eI tJ th J I 1 1t f j 41 I 11 J J 7J C 1 f f t 55 01 1IIt v r qITS t jj- 4lj Cob fldltfl- yers j Hair Vigor us nonw- made 4 from our new improved a formula does not stain or color the hair even to the slight st degree Gray hair whiteijialr blonde hair is not made a shade darker But it certainly does stop falling hair No question about that Dot not change the color of the hair with eeeh bottlea Itto your AEormult doctor uk him bout It doe h 17 j Indeed we believe It will stop every case of falling hair unless there is some very unusual comolleatloa something greatly effecting the general health Then you should consult your physician Also ask him abut the new Ayers Hair Vigor Made by the J O Ayn Co Lowed Uui THE HERALD A DAY Some hustling with a horse to ride 300 stcure the above sala application to this office if qualifications and condi Hops prove satisfactory Uncle Rnstus Brooks is visiting his son George this week Mrs Rosa Hollon is going to Berea with her children soon Harlan Swango of Suowdenville paid his parents at Stanton a visit last week Jim Perkins of Lacy creek was pawed by n cblt a few days since and severely injuredtSam Arnett ana Byron Kash made a flying trip to Rose Fork SaturdaY returning Monday Mr Mary Brooks with Ninnie and Archo visited Mrs Southey Lacy of Lacy creek one daylast week Marion Center alIed by his cousin Daniel Center went to Gillmore Friday returning Mon day Mrs Martha Lykins of near daughterrjrsLiberty Harlan Trimble and wife and Mrs Frances Whaley spent a day with Uncle Jim Lacy and wife of Lacy croek last week BwitheateKind lfoagh- lIgaetaro People su tering frmlame book will find Dr tf P+ Ordways plos ters already relief Sold by Dr J H Stamper Hazel of GreenI1Mist Dora Sebastian and Mrs r Calloway Sebastian nee Miss Ju 1 1slie Rose of Daysboro were here ou a shopping tour Saturday t Anyone wishing to buy a good It 200 razor can 6et ono at 100 as 11long as+they last by applying at cs tpit office tf We learn with regret that Miss a p Maggie Rose daughter bf our fel low cittzeti and frieritlf Hon Jos P Rose is and has beetiquite ill fo some timu Dr J H Stamper mado a trip to Cannot City Thursday returning Sunday Ho was the guest of of hiq brother South Stamper and t while there was kh d enough to ItgI Baouro Tail URRED a correspondent From Russell Cecil who is hero viaiting relative and friends it is l ffJd that Dr Jeptba Fallen i 1 2Wilmer Texas who married one of our town girls is in bad w health at least something like a carbunclel u f OASTO aXA- l seam theis KinlYou Hma tap Bflifitl t tl jaetnre t 1 0 B Rose who represents Watts 7 S Bigger S Co I Hnutington W VS was in town this we kthe gues of his father and ninthertand told 1 10ur fah About Town tlrkt cob 1 ei ri J tf+w Z4rzt w E plt ilh the dt jI-f Iftiiiotd lnJlv I ftlt JiU1 o off Ji1 burpw1wr killedi Bytheoars atthe month of Frozen Saturday under Jho tiibst distressing ciroumstiiuc s Hors t1ur1I season hand on the 0 K who had the misfortune recently to Than jiis wife bydeojji Having fqur little children he had got his mother to keep house for him and it seems that Justus the train approohed her cow got on the track ThVold fftdy ran from the house by the side of the road to drive her off and the cow knoked her under the approaching cars Before tho train could be stopped the engine and two cars had passed over her and she was found on the track between two cars Her head showed an ugly gash through the gray hair all her clothing was torn oft and the flesh had been scraped from one limb At first it was thought she was dead but a spark of life showing she was hastily taken vto the house where she lingered mftil midnight A witness of the jjaaffair said it was tho most pitiable sight he ever viewedwith the four grandchild ren screaming the train crew in tears and ghastly figure of the old woman who was 01 years old A New Fashion Book There are thousands of Delinea tor followers who will extenda warm welcome to the new Butter ick publication = Butterick Fash ions Spring 1008 which is an exceptional collection of styles in every way Hundreds of styles from childhood to old age appear in this attractive array and this book may always be depended on to suggest the right dress for any occasion In fact containing as it does fashions from Paris Ber tin London and New York thqre is thing in style information and style ideas that Butterick Fashions can not supply This book is printed on excellent paver utul the vast variety s fash 111 i unrated by the boat arthua in the fashion world It will also contain a certificate good for one Butterick Pattern free to the purchaser 1 Butterick Fashions hence forth will be issued quarterly A young than named Crawford a section handon the 0 R K was ran over and killed by the cars at Cannol City last Wednesday Ho was riding r the rear end of the freight tPI1I1e passenger train trailing ll limped off of the freight it is thought tit nng to just the cow ca lir f the pa t and ride u 1 hatid oar when he fell ont truck Somethinkheriidnotnot the npptosohingp t tv flandtbat ho was C gut unawares Anyhow the entire train ran over him before anything was known He was a fine young man about 20 years old and practically the solo support of an aged and widowed mother which makes the case un extremely sad one All who are indebted to Cecil Long Millinery are requested to call and settle their accounts nt onco They are gutting ready IV r thoir ppring stuck und want nil accounts squared up before rt oaiviug a new supply fJ r r XtOnhitIcKlpheyr01 Gnaseytcreek aref iinday ovomng faf measles and on Coney Frank Ferguson eon of tRoe Ferguson themafl con tractor between Hazel Green and West Liberty flied of consumption i i Mitch Campbell who has boon confined to his home for about a mouth irith fever wasp shaking hands with his friends Monday and Dr G M Center his physi cian seemed quite proud of tho factj The B K Society of the acadn my gave an interesting program Saturday night In fact the best entertainment that hits been given by tho society A largo crowd was present considering the inclement weather H 9- Jndgo 01V bunny of Beatty villa was a guestof the Day liaise Tuesday night and before leaving yesterday placedHis announcement for Circuit Judge in this paper nil about which we will tell you next week Willie Roso a son of Buchanan Rose of Mize died Monday night of consumption and was buried Wednesday He had been ill for a long time and his death was tint a surprise but still it was a shock to the family He was about 80 years of age To all those who owe me and will not pay I have to say if they willcome to my office on or before the first day of March 1008I will give them a clear receipt against the debt so I can make room on my books for more names A C NICKELL M D Dr Williams was confuted o his hrmo for several days tb ter part of last wee not a well man if physical ble trio answer all calla Hlne1 male many I friends since ocated here and r j they regret U IIR hat he does not enjoy the best of health The protracted meeting at the Christian church conducted by the pastor Bro D G Combs closed Sunday night with upward of 30 additions to the church Bro Combs being faigued and by no means well Bro Derthickwas his substitute for Sunday morning and evening services Bro Combs left Monday morning for his home at Morehead Millard Richie of Maytown is now running on the railroad be tweeD Lexington and Jackson as an emplovo of the U S postofllce iartm jis duty being to al11tU in transit fhiob asts tureu monfflC aiidtho f y 100 per month a plum thntlJlf anyone around her ro1 ld like to I I pull and we congratulate Millard- on his good good fortune Dr Taylor Center was Sunday j night called to see a Httlson of his MStor Mrs JAR Linkoua who was kicked in the right eye ly n horse fhn kick affected the outer stud iniujr cnnthus of the eye and perforutcd tho tinsel cavity He stye from the wound he can not I ibHehow the hay escaped instant iidcutb but after the eye was dross ed the little follow appeared to be Lull right 00000000000000000000000000o g 1 0 00Girlhoodand Scott Emulsion are 0o linked together- TTie 0o 0 o girl who takes Scotts Emttt a- Il ffon has plenty of rich red blood she is 0 plump active and atrgetic 8 t 10digestion10 g easily digested form V f a at8gir s rength Y ACADEMY NOTES 0 Carl Quicksall and Floyd Bolin are two new matriculatesII Hagar and Bessie Hollon visited their aunt at Daysboro Sunday I Mrs Susie Ward visited Edna her daughter at the home Monday The H B society will have an entertainment Washingtons birth day 1I1O1UUIU 82 pupils enrolled inII tho music clues Ithe best j over made at H U A The enrollment reached 800 this week 145 boing ut the homo Soy oral more will outer Spring term John Cnu ill oill G A wes cal ld to his home on account of tho illneas lit his sirsifr Miss Prim I Idi Camlill Misses Ada Nickoil and Mnttio Rose spout Sunday at tho home of W C Sebastian tho tatters bro theriti law Miss Martha Jtnsuac who was sick last week wont to her homo Thursday but has returned and was gladly welcomed Prof Curt r has sent in plans for tho Industrial building and ere long the prsserly will see an other largo and useful building in courso of erection The societies this year are than ever known in the bettorII H G A The B Ks rendered I their program Saturday night and it was enjoyed by all attending To the delight of Prof Carter and his class in physics an exten sive laboratory has been contribu ted by the C W B M It came last week and all ore delighted with t1 perim nts I hIGt tS I I 0 Henry Montgomery who was tried at the February 1007 term of Magoflin Circuit court and son tenced to life imprisonment for the murder of Alva Montgomery and who pending an appeal of his case was sent to the jail at Paints ville for safe keeping from which he escaped in April was captured in a lumber camp on Coal river in West Virginia by A C and Lewis Castle of Paintville and delivered to the jailor of Magoflin Friday There was a countyII 250 offered by Governor Beckham and 100 by George A Spears jailer of Johnson county for his apprehension j He was ordered by Judge D W Gardner to the Frank fort penitentiary and the sheriff started with him Saturday The Brent hitt Fiscal court met I inJnc istThu deceiveb- ids I f finstru ton ot a new bridge be Kentucky I at that tiuce Six bids were with the court the lowest lellto that of the Empire Bridge Co of Lexington for 18890 The court was of the npii ion that till bridge could be consti tiLteii cheaper Lit adjourned without accepting any of the bids The sawmill and tie hoist of the Ohio Valley Tie company situated in South Jackson was destroyedI I by fire Thursday night known whore the fire originatedII but it is thought to the engine room The loss is 12000 i no insurance The plant was one of the best in the city and will soon be replaced The privelege of collecting tolls during the current year on the old bridge over the Kentucky river at Jackson was awarded to Asbford Josoph for 4025 I Picked Up On the Street The following letter was picked up on the street near the postodice Monday and handed to Our Ma nto About Town We omit the signs tare and if thetvrlter faila to get his Marriage Paper he may know whyP Toledo 0 MrY Gunnel I saw your ad inI the American Family Journal iin which you say you will send a sampjo eopyof yourMartf gePa- uolxnR asda 1 rte ywtrtr alv hY AlcgctabltcpargtionfurAs slmllalinlltite1 Odandllctula ling tlie8louMcts andBowels of Promotes DigcstionChecrfit- lnessandlestConialns neither Opiunthtrplnne nor 10 Hllcmt- NO 4111COiIC 1M teadJ rltlPrIEl- Itwr iYrl- Rx feipa ckuF- emmeoIirlJ jCaldiAmbmrrrra54 e IIWyy10Mt l7mr forConstipcnon Vorms Con al = iuttsFevers- ltnessendLoOtr SLEEP raes unil c Siralure o- flfwiy uiewY- NT S CrflcC- XACT COPY OF WRAPPER l7IIIII e r-J w- i tir t 1 I Ir iAr For Infanta n =w h i AIwa Bears th ignatur ofYi h iI t 1 r ii iiriiiI iIiI- ccIM f IItJ f t 114t a t- rri t JY ti r t h HAZELGREENAc Spring Term Opens March 171 Special attention will he given to teachers whojws the Com men Branches in preparation for x revisedTIe COURSES OF STUDY have been best advantages possible for young men and won ter prepare themselves for teaching or wish to prepays CERTIFICATE or the STATE DIPLOMA stufieOIOHECareful sttintion iven to lchstdent TUITJOX IS FK AViardeutal FtJt d chit the tercai dVitaHe tii htt2hi1rrweek Furnihd Ilooiii arer Writo for Catalogues MrOr CARTER SecyTreas Nt J e= = w JP5J8 The Gives you thtfw j tnlLmeCaperwhich youh tcostthchrissuo t 4ONE DOLLAR Bli oftThis popular book whichi iis now iin i will for n limited time be sold fur lOOh prepaid to any point in time country Pre i1- loud in praise of it and patrjotisip promrjfi Why put you You will want it for yourjR lDourthli cy anil other huinperiiii fireonistiinees IeituyIi the exienieif QeFB tho work ol his hands while he was ut hazel Clreen oiulciuy ItefeL t= ittiol College Meantime he huts iurehnseil a home fur hs father undji book i1rpfwoas It actually IIi aid Incorrect the wront imp esdun5 of It ot M tetmrhtp the public Mr llnncy Kives tin hItllrkdhIt U of tile movOi Gojtle7 inherited trulls inul the Kentucky viivirDiiineiit the eharncteM ifi itiaVvdi iliDlook6ihdi tilings Mr Iliincy says is that ills not orals help iron beyond thtt ed AH he suggests that If IIIU inn untalu people whit liave had I will clvo some or their lives to those of theirI blood 1 IIOHI thetff alien teachers could do thinI will he n decided gain for the iii Mr llnucy writes iu H direct style In gnodengHsh that YIIQtllhiproveuienti the UnchliiK ofucientlie farming pntl other Ian Jberleed8 ofJh so peple who ewer at11 rpm Wald eh Ii11ttdll AtlOlllllld UgIODCourl 11 I 11 l r I1 J i J tA l r4t h f1 lb1i 1 3tJ tLA r i LVi 11 k II r j t 11 pl p S j 1 CK JIi 1r c ftrflIIil 0Itf III n 1 3 jc A Iij 1t iigijms or Spasms e iifcus Dance are ou r r Diseases Mostb- eeh cured by J eriirig and build e tervous systems a norve medl s wleeded Dr Miles f a e will be foundIous and satisfac it ha cured many oi these diseases vo believe it will- yout We can give rfanis of many who lien cured through r atee Writd for advice 7baving him treated by rtor over ears he still 1 to have spells I had al UW In despair but knowi riMe of pr fillea1 AntiPain headache concluded to lne During Juno 1906 I+ Z teaspoonful three times ar vw July I gave It as directed we that he was improving i sot had a spell since rL 1966 nodnJS It Is hoping It will to try It 3H MoorevUIe J C i yetis Dr Miles Nerv I r rwlhxrse him to return orty If It falls T 4Co ElkhartInd Nnnafoh je mnd tam RELIEF orda almost In tone pettnanent oo Midngltin be bl0odtssolvln Dee aBd rraKvinslt PLANO f rriteai r fcrtDnmbtrof ysan laasenlnm- at 1 oUI- 0 r adoae =arnobiaaueuaLou LATwrltetidraeti a weak bseb eaewd KMntr Tranbl teat Hi momentur- obMldwllllh tDBUrs ul today mypatiauandu EEgNeuralgia Kidney d disease write t- oFlopie perm juonol laudanum jicredlenu M AODBOPS too Doer Sl ay DracctiU VATIC CURE COMPANY i11Lak street 0kleg 1 Buggiess Ir- Yat r 7azel Green and thin h informed that they BS buggies at home fish tbe best made PB I dont bau class buggies and yap claptraps will t want a FIRST that will give and wear I can U my shop in Hazel HN H ROSE GE RICE TAKERf G EEN KY Ine Coffins in my ared to make ion the most 1f1eo havo Aftibyr 1 iIhlie M a l2 kf iaiiitaCareltlly Ctitelti cud Cwelntty CkrIieIM A now pcstofficoJiaB been established nt Ever MagofBu county with Wm H Jenline as postmas ter Richmond is now to have free mail delivery in the city limite with four carriers and one aubsti tut0 Floria Ashley the 15yearold daughter of John Ashley of Ser gout committed suicide last week by shooting herself with a revolv er No cause assigned Early one morning last week the Q 0 depot at Georgetown was destroyed by fire All baggage and mail which had accumulated from the night trains was lost Joseph L McAllister aged 70 years died at his home in Mt Sterling last week after a brief ill ness His widow and four children survive He leaves a large estateMaryland Bates a 17yearold boy and Dellia Craz a 12 year ol girl were last week married iin Letcher county They were school mates and the bride wore short dresses Mrs John Gross and two chil dren wore carried in a carriagee down a creek which had beoonu swollen by freshets and drowned The team also perished but the driver escaped Heavy rains in Nicholas count have caused the streams to rise out of their banks causing greai damage to farms and railroad prop erty Several ores and dwelling in Carlisle are llocTded 1iLGll Loultt f saleslady In D Hunt 5ent afore at Maysville l three stories through ATT elevato shaft Her injuries are serious though no bones were broken Floods in the Kentucky rive r caused a hill about four miles from Frankfort to slide into the river carrying with it about 400 yard of turnpike and 800 yards of the Kentucky Highlands railroad Paralysis caused the death olf Samuel S Craik at his home iit Louisville last week He was born in Virginia in 1834 and came ti0 Louisville where he has since re sided with his father Rev Jarae Craik 00 years ago Acting Gov Cox last week ap pointed John W Tuttle of Mont icello special judge to try Robert Boyd Jr charged with the mur ber of Attorney Sparks in the cour house at London several weeks ago tho rogular judge being disquali fied on account of bGlug4lijf d to parties involved In 1900 Dr James Brashear off Montgomery county was killed b a train on the Chesapeake an a Ohio railroad at the Levee Cross ing His widow sued the company for 20OOXHamages and got aver dicfe 6f 19500 This verdict was set aside by Judge Young as exces rive and a new trial granted In this trial held at the last term of Montgomery Circuit court the widow was awarded 10000 This has also been set aside and the case will be tried a third time in April Neighborhood 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the reaillts of using Cardul I haw3a E febkenthree bottles and am now perfectly well free from pale and have gain i 25 pounds In Wel bt tA Book for Woawn Iyou need Medical A4 J18 nIVI I r 111 11 LEITERWrtyforfreecowohalaable64pqelllutnted MvIsoy looga btl Qutunoec teat In ptalnseaJed I Term envelope Address I T L t G a The Delinqnent Subscriber It now looks like the delinquent subscriber is to be numbered with the host of other unpleasant and unprofitable memories of the news paper office The postofiice de partment declares that when a subscriber is in arreas his paper shall be stopped unless the pub Usher wishes to pay 4 f for every pound of such mail sent out in violation of the regulation The delinquent subscriber has been responsible for more misery worry countrydeditors than all the other adverse things combined aud now that the matter is to an end the result should meet with the hearty approval of every one who has suf fored for years from a cause only too well known Miysville Led ger CASTORIAForI The Kind You Have Always Bought t- SIgnatnro Dears the of In a Restaurant Traveler at a station restaurant You say there isaa iiece of cheese anythpgbtttffrWaiter Well there must be some checpe underneath else the flies wouldnt settle thereMeg gendorfer Blatter None Oetter s An applicant for the post of mis tress in a country school was asked regardtoShe replied My usual position ia on a chair with the child held firm nly across my knees face downward Smiles Cures llloml Skin Disease Cancer Greatest Wood Purifier Free If your blood is impure thin diseased hot or lull of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eaten sores ecrofdaeczema Itching risings and bump skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm CB B B Soon alLsores heal aches and pains stop and the blood le made pure and rich Druggist or ampletby writing Go n D B IIs eepeclaliy advissed for I chronic deep eeated cases as it cures after all else fails rHENRYV +Jackson Kr BEIBESBNTINOa CO Wholesale Dry Goods and Notions PORTSMOUTH OHIO Solicits tbe trade of the merchants of East ern Kentucky and guarantees prices and quality of goods Hold orders for him ME T ROSE s G SAMPLE ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and CounselorsatLaw CAMPTON KY TbfB firm will practice lin all the Odurti of Wolfe and adjacent counties Special attention given to Corporation Law and Real Estate Litigation Offices Second Floor Farmers and Trade rs Bank MAGAZINEREADERS I SUHSIT XAGAZnmII stories solidaU the Fat Wed a year CAMERA CRAFT devoted each moan to thar tulle reproduction of the batSXOO work oi amateur Del prof oul aywphotographers ROAD OF A XFOTSAITO WOHDWti a book 3iJ pagecotsig 120I Colored photograph ffSo75spots ia IifaaOrlu fe s 7wl3 a5 I All W luii tsaIf ttsNI 7j GET RICH QUSCK nl Mm Schemes of this class have agnit come to grief along with the gullible investors causing serious loss U Innocent business concerns as is always the case of panics in Wall St While this last lesson is yet fresl in mind it is nit opportune moment to consider causes and means tc avoid like trouble in the future I Direct your attention to that greatest of all Newspapers the Cin cinnati Enquirer From its columns tine can readily detect the trend of currency its lodging places by whom handled uses made of it and final results I Again you read quotations of Bonds Stocks and Securities of every nature fixing Status of Jl business from the retailer to United States Government I Also Current News facts and re liable data covering the entireworld all sufficiently explicit to enable thinking people to avoid nags and I successI is the secret of its ability to discover obtain print and serve its patrons with all the news and cater to wants of people in every calling of life The Weekly Enquirer for the year 1008 has greatly increased its Clubbing offers which now include thl most select and popular pub latfpns of the day at prices slightly Jibe regular Subscription 1k 53k tivj fact that the I year 1 promises tp excel in prosperity atrjPf the past and that the Ffquirer printed at Cincinnati Ohioi3 one of themost reliable sources of information BEN MURPHY DEALER IN GENERAL STORES NEOLA KY Offers the citizens in and around Helo chawa the best line of good ever seen in Thisl 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 gouda and Your patron age lis respectfully solicited Until you buy from him you will never know how much you can save FrpWigflrnjsmpntflf TrPPQ ituaj Shrubs Grape Vines Asparagus Every thing for Orchard Lawn and Garden We employ no agents Catalogue on Appli cation- H F HILLENMEYER SONS LEXINGTON KY KILL + le COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings DiscoverIMD ALL THROAT AND LUND TROUBLES GUARANTEED ISPACrOBlr 0 MONET ElfFUNDED I M rrna wiiiofieserllegk WINCHESTER KY NH WrrHEttSPooir President Tsvld Up Capital t 10000000 Undivided 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his home or once JUST OFF THE VBfSS U the new Kentucky map Engraved iptclslljr for the Evening Post at a cost of YdootIn addition to this uptetlamlnut Kentucky map and pictures of all Ken etpictures y gallons stoarashlp route Statistical data In addition to the above there are nine l naps of equal value Includlar the Philippines Porto Ittco hawses Alaska Utemspi of the United States Panama Canal Eastern and Western Hemls L beres reports of the lilt three national ctntuv and much other blitorlcal In rorroatlon This onlqae and TalwivJe Allen I PRKK io ALL PTENINQ POST BVB SOKOiKBBTu not aewa iobserlber send 3L00 for a full ysar subscription gall rto for six months subscription Understand that these rates are 1 y v tnstl only and that sutscrlpjlon price or carrier or acsatU W caa per Rs t rkeEvening Peel I i nt teverlbtngI lI s the m 1tIi is aa yes t ioscet ryrta rr i ti tktatw ff1fIf jj3 I t f li icO 1 i+ a