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Ii I V A I M T r r t 1 r to f i f ra r AZL1it 1 HERAL0 Established March 4 1885 Made Famous la the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell E 0 I toI iIepaxaEAaoorslt e They Oldest Most Popular Most WidelyJ3irculated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains rrk H rTWENTYTHIRD YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 27 if108NB cg TC i Luinitond and Eastern Railway JI Tilre Table it Effect Nov 18 1906 vrWEST BOUND irI ItX Dallyand- tenndayr No3 a STATtONBI I t Sunday ArrPIArr8 10am I 0 Jckson OS 20 pm 616pm 0KJnnetlon 2 25 pm 20 3 20BeattyveJO pm 7 07 am 20 40 8 41Torrent pm 7 SO am 40 Bridge 44 3 bb pmNat7 46 am 44 74801 Campton Juntn I 3 67 pm 67 4 26 8 16 am 67 wStanton pm 82501 62Clay City 64 4 S5 pm 70 6079ODain 70 LEJonon pm 90 520tlm912 90 Wlochederam 94 0 05 pmLexington10 e 55 am 94 TlAST BOUND No2No4STATIONS Dally Dallye a Sunday Sunday AMLTePltl L1 7 36 am1126 pm 0 8 13 am 310 pm 40 Wlnobeiter120 8 26 pmS 25 pm 9 0240 am4 00 pmI 410 pm U Stanton 44 9 10 am 4 40 pm CmptonJontn 9 38 pm 4 46 pm 67 Nat Bridge 57 9 43 am 4 57 pm 62 Torrent 62 9 66 am R 18pm 70 BeIUyeJo 70 0 17 am pm 90 OKJunon 901115pm amw94CONNECTIONS L AE JUNCTlONTraln Nolr 12 and 3 will make connection with the C 4 O Ky for Ht Sterling JCTiONTraln NOl 1 2 CANPTON 3 and 4 connect with the Moontnln Central 13i for Pine Ridge and Campion toATTTVLtB JUNCflONTralnl NOR 2 and 4 will make connection at BeaUylUe with the L and A Railway for passenger to and from BeattjTille O KJUNclIONTralnl Nos 3 and 9 connect with theO K Railway for local ltaUonl on the O K Railway wA MCDOWELL General Manager rl OHASSCQTTaenPasi Agent a OHIO t KENTUCKY RAILWAY Time Table May 21 I9O6 WESTBOUND Np 33 K II No 21 STATIONS Dally cx Bandayr1 P I ABa 0 27 PM AM- V20 6 Cannel CHr22 12 35 65 11 Helechawr t 12 19- i 5 13 Lee city 12 13 20 fl4fflpt m= H51 22Wilhuratv 11 4- 4ll 10 27 OAK 0 11 15 ID1l 3 00 Jacke I 11 05 EAST BOUND No34 iII S No 22 ei DallyJBaudlIY SundayAMLVK P M LVK 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 if nelechawa 6 117i s 7 SS 21 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hampton 13 1 44 837 10 Wilhurat 20 1 61 p 9 26 1 O 4K Junction 22 226- s 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 t Not 21 and 22 will make close connection at 0 4 K Junction with NOl 3 and 4 for sw pbintt on the Lexington and Eastern Rail COMiitw4 Superintendentj 4 y I tai Oetrag Haflioail r o1 No 2 I DEPART ARRIVE 600 amCampton1130 a m 200 p niQampton 000pm r NQ2 No 1- AVUVE DEPART 7 80 amCampn Junc10 05 amT 880 pmCampu Juno 440 pmm i fit The Mountain Central makes eonnoation with all L E pan = eenger train- sFARM I FOR SALE y FF I offer for sale my farm of 100 pores lying hj miles east of Hazel fJreen+ Small dwelling outhouse reasonableCalll+ t I H O LACY Pine Ridge Ky i q H WILLIAM J jBICIAX AMD QUROBOH XT dflCYi-Oara ku prof64Mgaa1aarrtoea to ha ci 4 QOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOC 8 A Losing Game O g The proposition I make is one that entails a big loss tom I postage for paper but I ink Thorororoiiwill of my I than their monoy all who aro behind more than 8I ONE YEAR who will send mo 81 150 1 will send THE for 12 months and HERAlDiidebt and to all who hind less than one will send me 76 cents I will 8 send the paper 12 Provided that all monthsII this applies will I 8offer0 fro BfFeb 20 190B On and o after March 20th this offer g will bd withdrawn and the g price of the paper will bo 1 g g a year cash in advance In g g the name of God and human g g ity could anything be fairer g g I hope no onewill compel g g mo to collect by law for in g g that case fulj pay will be re g g 9uired Truly your friendo- g JrNCEn OOOPER 00000 oooooooooooo CAMPTON CURRENCY 0J D Carroll of Boothe was in town yesterday- D C Miller of Hazel Green was in town yest Mrs Sam is visiting at the home of Locher G T Con ter on Stillwater this week A wreck on the L E Satur day afternoon prevented tho arri val of the city mail here that nightMiss Minnie Hurst who has been visiting in Jackson for sew eral days rourne 1 home one day last week BjT Gosnoy went to Lexington yesterday and Brought back a sup ply of roller skates for the skat ing rink at this place The Contra Hotel is now in the hands of pur fellowtownsman J T Bailey The tAvalinvpublicl ttIhseemWjSi3rv anoge mentA protracfod men will begin at the M ihbdiet churqh here next Sunday The local preachers will be assisted by one or more visiting preachers W L Byrd is iin Clark county this week on business He and his family together with his fa ther and mother A C Byi and wife will movio a fara in 1 county abqnt the first of Marc Hon A H Stamper of this town expects to land the Demo cratio nomination for Commonwealths Attorney in this district for the short term Ho has already commenced a vigorous cam paign County Judge Center yesterday held the examining trial of Grover Griffith charged with the murder of Flem Conley on Bloody crook 1 last Fridayevening The prosecu tion was copresented by GllStam per and W B Duff and tho dp fense by A H Stamper Griffith was admitted to bail an the sum of 8000 He readily gave bond No evidence was pffer d by the defense and Ed Oliveri the only eye witness testified that Conley was drank and he and Griffith horseM7Conley was leaning against some shrubiq bqut six feet from Griffith with a knife in his hand and cursed Griffith whereupon Griffith flreii two shots with his pistol one shot taking effoct in Conleys body and the other in his wrist Conley QdiY 1I vAdtifttf gehorttige- tli qr Ithapoaa lH9P Was Gt1 d ilt 1f I MIZE MITES 0 Bertha Cecil visited Mae and Alice Rose Saturday night Rev John Ohaney made a flying trip to the Chapel Monday Ed Mayabb passed throughwith his last load moving to James LewisHiram Long and family will leave for the bluograss in the near futureGreeley Chanoy spent Saturday night with Mnnford and Bertha Tolivor Raleigh Henry and Kit Philips and wife will leave for Iowa in a fow days S W Havens and wife visited their soninlaw Corolus Chaney over Sunday Dave Smith Jackson bought a pair of mules last week from Hi ram Havens for 160 Lewis Hilton and Charles McGuire passed through town Mon day en route to Vest Liberty Artie Cecil called on his best girl Bertha Tohver Sunday oven ing Looking for a wedding soon Mia Annie Havens passed thru tow M j v en route to Hazel Grj r will attend school Hurrah forf A Feb 24 Intended for last week M M Puckishl ng some clear ing done Born to the w j of Frank Huse on the 10th a fine boy Raleigh Henry sold two mules to D S Jackson for 210 J L Oldfield and family are visiting his fatherinlaw S S Oldfield and wife gave the young folks a social Friday night Joe Lee Rose swapped three tur keys to Wayne Smyth for a fine shoatMiles Bishop of Grassy sold his store to John Henry and will leave for West Virginia Misses Lillie Long and Goldia Pack were guests of Miss Junie Jackson Saturday night ng and family will leaj n a few days He is a good citzeuT Miss Jennie kson and Ra leigh Henry w oasts of Misses Mae and Gtck Sunday Feb 18 SNOWFLAKE The Japing Off Place had me in its sp and I had almost reached 0 jumping off place when I was advised to try Df Kings New Dis covery and I want to say right now it saved myMfe Improve ment began with the first bottle and after taking a dozen bottles I was a well and happy man again says George Moore of Grimesland N C As a remedy for coughs and colds and healer of weaksore lungs and for preventing pneumo nia New Discovery is supreme 50y and 100 at all dealers Trial bottle free TOLIVER TOPICS a Intended for ast week Born to the wife of Roy Pier att a boy Leroy Buchanan called on Miss Leona Wilsou Sunday Clay Boling was calling on Miss Elma Wilson Sunday x George Rose visited his brother Floyd Saturday and Sunday Billie Wilson has been very low with fever but is better at this writingTrpy Wilspn and Rpy JKasbf sta dents Uhe HGA visited Iwrj f I on her cousins Misses Elma and Suda Wilson Saturday night Miss Suda Wilson a fascinating student at the H G A visited home folks from Saturday until Monday Miss Maude McNabb one of the charming students at the H G A paid home folks a visit Saturday and Sunday A candy social was given to the young folks by Floyd aud Effie Rose Saturday night Twentytwo wore present and all report a nice time Feb 19 SUNSHINE Neighborhood Favorite Mrs E D Charles of Harbor Me speaking of Electric Bitters says It is a neighborhood favorite here with us It deserves to be a favorite everywhere It gives quick relief in dyspepsia liyer complaint kidney derangement malnutrition nervousness weak ness and general debility Its ac tion ou the blood as a thorough purifier makes it especially useful as a spring medicine This grand alterative tonic is sold under guar antee at all dealers 601 LANDSAW LACONICS 0 Unless wo are badly fooled there will be a wedding to report soot febA J2jof this place m 1 SaLurIi Bas McGuire lias been gone to Lee county and has not yet re turnedI Combs sold to W W Swango two yearling heifers last week price 25 N L Combs who was at Jack son last week reports everything quiet at that place A 0 Kash of Campton was in this section last week looking after his farm and other interests Arthur and Otis Kash and Isaac Adams came over from school Sat urday and remained until Monday E T Kash on the 20th sold to- W W Swaugo his farm below Hazel Green known as the Oakley farm price 1000 T t Halsey who is at work in lhnrst Station en Saturday and Sun The talking machine con ti the store of E T Kash has got to be very interesting and tickets seem to be at a premium Rev Robert Murphy went to Sulphur Meuifeo county Satur day where he preaches to the peo pie of that section every month Miss Mary A Whisman daugh ter of Jas Whisman of the Tor rent neighborhood visited her un ole H L Whisman all of the past weekIn Squire J M Taylors court last Friday the civil suit of W H Taylor plaintiff against R T Hatton defendant a damage suit was continued until the next reg ular term as was also tho suit of Joe Halsey plaintiff against J M Tester defendant G B Stam per who was at Jackson attending Circnt court cante from there Thurday to be at J M Taylors court Feb 24 ANON Keeping Open House Everybody is welcome when we feel good and we feel that way only when our digestive organs are working properly lr Kings New LifeJPilla reguMp the actibn of the stomach liver and bowels BO perfectly Qte carjfc bin fooling good whenheueee these pills 26 1tit alldelore CANNEL CITY CHAT 0 Ben Myers who travels for the Standard Oil Co was in town last week on business Mrs Mattio Wilson of Neola icame over Tuesday evening to vis it her sister Mrs South Stamper Kearney Baird who manages the business for Mapel Hard wick on the 0 it K railway spent Sunday here Dr Bon Nickell returned Satur day evening from Spencer Station where he had gone with the prospect of locating Hager Nickell returned from Hazel Green where he had been attending the academy and said he did not expect to return Thos Heinrich of Xeola came over Saturday and stayed with his ton J F Heiuricb who is engaged in the poultry business here Oliver Rasnio passed through 1hero Friday and informed us that he had accepted a position traveling l i for a Virginia tobacco company We wish him much success selling the weed Feb 24 0 B JOYFUL STATE OF OHIO CITY OF TOLEDO 1 sLucASj Frank J Cheney makos oath that he is senior partner of th H U ol f J Cheney fc Oo doing business Oil of Toledo county and inue aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of lCatarrh that cannot be cured by I the use of Halls Catarrh cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before mo and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of December A D 1880 j 1A W GLEASON SEAL Noto Public l Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of tho system Send for testimonialsfree- F J CHENEY k Co Toledo 0 Take Halls Family Pills for constipation MURPHY FORK MINUTES 0Mrs Lizzie Cecil is on tho sick jlist at this writing f Cleve Manning sold to Henry Murphy Monday a heifer for 10 Mrs Nancy NnH for Iii Harlan Tats made a business trig boose district Wednesday Mrs Meade Tackett is suffering with dropsy at this writing Drs Marion and Taylor Center are at tending her Harry Lawson and Haley Law son wore married Friday Rev Willis Lawson tying the knot The honeymoon will be spent in a cottage on Bill Murphys farm Between COO and 700 people in cluding Masons and Odd Fellows from Ezel Maytown and West Liberty were at tho buriafof Kols Murphy at the Murphy graveyard Smulay Some Johnson county stock tra ders passed through Grassy with plug horses and mules to exchange for cattle There being no market at Mt Sterling both parties were satisfied with the exchange Wash Swango passed through our village and stated that he had sold 21 out of 24 head of cattle at the Mt Sterling market The way ho disposed of the remaining three was that he sold one and threw the other two in Fob 24 POET 1Nretlr C 1 r jto7 +h LleiUTrayelin raehL ajtfgeHteg num erous agaiW- j4riMrs Lullr eon the sick list this wetktX t The mere i p say bnAineB11 lt+ rwhegetting bettr r 1i Wm LhtZtiwnt to Jackson ona day laiieek ap bpenesesIs H C Bose and Soott Nickell wont tolac solrl kSn1di r1Southand stuokiD tiX until0 tinjoa f open up Mrs A MNiJkrili taiiJWPfitt cien imadea hgrlleaetrip to Jack son Mondayp I DriRq Co aaeAtkecanf didate c orl1tIIn7t4v IfUlg QotatDr Dunnofsickness Nff at night Br A A Duff ids- of i hickory rjnuTf Oentral LumberCoa son IndaWm Olair sateen Rnsfo cngo er8rni bas- of the saddle and gone to W the shop i- a K Bi1i 11r c whether 1 but just pi m- bet C n hat So F have years wig farm neaty much regre they can f of It Fob 24JNH SUG ISuj1 Or abe 1- 1son day and ViSitea week Collins Jeff BI Rev Fnj nice crowd houseBoone Jiffty y jot called CClItlya Jackson trati A Mr E F RtItl1chants Joseph th visited hiRf r fromSat 1- Thos upsiutor9Flt Feb o1i IYoa r i IEBALD attti HMeraremt Post 1ItsucoedclassratteriW7 l t i1MdIR t Editor P c CAREEN KY YV Fob 57 1908 a r OUPlCEMENTS MOTH OUR JUDGE J V Ve we authorized lo an iii ieanoe Judge Q W Gain ills u a candidate for 1 i i Judlciai1- RR ATTORNEY N eare authorized to an Txmnee A H Stamper ofr jr candidate for Common J a jw pf the 23rd Judicial i b ttvtfee unexpired term sub Iii iritfeii of tho Democrats i t 4 Ur MUKT CLERK r Mtfcerizeil to announe yLladenef Gillmore DM offiee of Circuit r county subject to vary r V 1 OLEnI clzed to announce u a candidate for y Court Clerk of Wolfe the action of the Dem HERIFF fare authorized to announce JtejrHinTH asi a candidate for peIEerft of Wolfs county tfrttt iStioa rf the Democratic I fr =x 41111LER rized toannounc candidate for- fountysub 1 ocratic par tocs a- ty attyd ii- r I for 4 thi dutythird u of the Re be Gourley iis ibsolutely the career and- eansegotisti work he has proud of him- e of Lee coun i of political people honor ps of oraise a few gyred and had ter and Beotty 11892 the short neots Beattyville- E at Beattyville t also largely in uring the build He and Atlantic d into the R the people of ion with Rich- a other points sd H Harriman J Duild what is now d mill at Beattyville fganize the Richard e rEich does a large atthesamo place ra MUTocea ot his pub i energysand viding employment for gtodright here it that every man J for him sap jplutely fair eum upifp- loyos can eurply not l the place find we hope onr Repub lican friends will accord hiaclaims the consideration due him He is the only aspirant for the honor wo believe lIn this issue of THE HERALD will be found the announcement of Hon A H Stamper of this county as a candidate for the office of Commonwealths Attorney for the 28rd Judicial district sub ject to the action of the Demo oratio party Howard as he is so anyrconsidered one of the best quali fied men of the district for the office He is a lawyer of more than ordinary ability and one of the foremost criminal lawyers in this part of the State He was elected County Attorney of this county twice and made us one of the best County Attorneys Wolfe ever had He was honest capable and fear less in the discharge of every duty incumbent upon him and every citizen of this county without re gard to party affiliations points with pride to his record as a coun ty official He is a power before a jury being eloquent forceful and oonvineiug in his argument j and disI triot want an honest faithful courageous and qualified man for this high and responsible position Howard Stamper is the man He is one of the strongest men in our judgment in this Judicial district with the groat masses of the peo ple and his candidacy will add strength to the ticket He is re lated to Bomeqf the strongest and most influential Republican families in Wolfe county who would Icve to see him promoted on ac conui jf his worth and merit as t46i1ere reitutcsship Howard is a self made man and ere annrpban boy came up through adverse cir cumstances but being possessed with an ambition to rise in thee world and with an indomitable will and courage and by reason of bard study and close application he has fought his way to the front ranks He is s prominent member of the Masonic fraternity and is also a prominent Odd Fellows and Redman and is one of the brightest and most zealous mom bers of the Jr 0 U A M in this section of the ountry CASTORIAI for Infanta and Children The KInd You Haw Always Bought Bears the Signature of D BY REQUEST and at ucc Dandelion one icej Compound Kargon sue ounce j Compound Syrup Sar saparilla three ounces A local druggist is the authority that these simple harmless ingredients can be obtained at nominal cost from our home druggist The mixture is said to cleanse and strengthen the clogged and inactive kidneys overcoming back ache bladder weakness and urina ary trouble of all kinds if taken be fore the stage of Brights disease Those who have tried this say it positively overcomes pain in the back clears the urine of sediment and regulates urination especially at night curing even the worst forms of bladder weakness Every man or woman hero who feels that the kidneys are not strong or acting in a healthy manner should mix this prescription at home and give it a trial as it is said to do wonders for many peraons The Scranton Pa Times was first to print this remarkable prescription in October of 1900 since when all the leading newspapers of NeirYorkBoston Philadelphia Pjttoburg and other cities have Il any aflfionncementa of it11011 iI J j c t d v = 11 c SALEMSINaSoNO 0Oscar Fallen made a trip the other day to Dayaboro to sea Char lie Caskoy on business Oscar Rasnio has a very severe attack of la grippe and Dr Cha ncy was summoned to his bedside Sunday Miss Martha Rasnic returned from H G A Saturday and has since been confined to her room with sickness Miss Rosa Lee Phipps of Upper Grassy was visiting in Salem Sat urday and spent the day with Nettie Phipps Elvin Wilson who has been selling goods at Salem recently rented tho property of Leroy Ha ney and will move his stock there Forest Long while choppingi wood last woek lot the ax slip in his hand making a very severe wound almost severing the middle fingerFeb 24 ORIOLE OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes The kIdneys are your I filI Impurities In the blood If they are sick or out domod1 Pains aches and rheu matism come from excess of uric acid In the neglectedkidney unsteadyheartthey had heart trouble because the heart Is overworking in pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries urinarytroubleskidneysbutall costituttbtfirta c nlng In kidney trouble If you are sick you can make not by first doctoring your kidneys Thda-nd the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and Is sold on Its merits by all druggists In fifty cent and onedollar siz es You may have a Of sample bottle by mall Home of swopBoot free also pamphlet telling you how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer be Co Binghamton N Y Donut make any mistake but remember rwtme Swamp Root Dr Khmers SAMmpRoot anal the address Binghamton N YM on every bottle TREESFruit and Ornamental Everything for Orchard Lawnand Garden Our Strawberry Plants are moneymakers Tryem f WRITE FOR FRE rATALOG- tvF v S MEYER SONS EXINGTON KY BEN MURPHY DEALER IN GENERAL STORES NEOLA KY Mere the citizens in and around Hele chawathe beat line of goods ever seen in this section at the price A big round dollar spent with him will bring you more in return than it would anywhere Country produce and railroad ties taken In exchange for goods and your patronage is respectfully solicited Until you buy from him you will never know how much you can save Wh2 HENRYJackson Ky REPRESENTING THEi JOSEPH G REED CO Wholesale Dry Goods and Notions PORTSMOUTH OHIO Solicits the trade of the merchants of Eastern Kentucky and guarantees price and quality of goods Hold orders for him KILL THE COUCH f AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH DrDJNsw g c FOR PQ r 1- I L b ifIP 1 COMMISSIONERS 5ATE WOLFE OnCTJIf COURT KENTUCKY GENEVA BROWN Admx rinJotla versus V J W ROBE ETC Defendants VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF BY of the Wolfe Circuit Court termrlU08proceed to offer for sale nt the court house door in Campion Ky to tho highest and best bidder at public auc tion on- MONDAY 2nd DAY OF MARCH 1908 beingCountymonth tho following dcrcribed proper tytOoltlatA 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 branch upon which James M Tibbs now lives to a point on the fence near and just south of a pine tree thence up the hill from a small apple about 80 yards below the mouth of said branch thence down by said apple tree to the county road thence westward with the county road to the beginning beingthe same land conveyed by W R Tibbs to James M Tibbs recorded in Deed Book No page Wolfe county clerks office 2ndAlso a tract of land in Wolfe county Kentucky on Stampers branch and bounded as follows Beginning on a walnut Geo Stampers corner thence running up the branch with its mean ders to a walnut tree near the old horse mill place thence crossing the branch to the forks of the branch near Green Stampers hog pen thence up the left hand branch with Green Stampers line to a white oak and beech up the pOint to the end of the point to two chestnut oaks thence with the dividing ridge with Stamperslinecamp 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 820 Wolfe county clerks office SrdA tract of land in Wolfe county Kentucky on Laurel creek and bound ed as follows to wit Beginning on a white oak running an enstwprd course with tho cliffs to the falls below W R Pel frva framing a corner thence a south running with the branch to the y road to the ford or Laurel creek thence with said creeek to the mouth thence north a straight line to the be inning being the land conveyed by J T Center and wife to J F Sample recorded in Deed Book Nov 13 page 224 Wolfe county clerks office 4thA certain town lot in the town of Hazel Green in Wolfe county Ky bounded as follows towit Beginning at a set atone on the south side of Broadway street thence with said street S 48 E 7 poles 1 12 feet to a stone on Shop alley thence with said alley S 44 W 7 poles to a set stone near the corner of John U Roses stable N 43 W7 poles 112 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 execute bond bearinglegal 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 February 1908 0 O FULKS Comr By I R HOLLON DO 9THE CJAJiilJThe re ceived their stock of fall and win ter ladies furnishing goods j 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 displayinThe ladies are requested to call bayingOur the fore most firms of Cincinnati and you are sure to get the latest styles in everything when you buy from usII Respectfully CECIL LONG QAY HOUSE Hazel Cirlfn Ky xeii DAY Tieprietor r ri b V BVF FBRAtriPrMiiMtr MARION KNIGHT Cashier B l IIiCiH ital gtoclt iii iliiL JlfbEDtRBOTORS r KASHIi Farmers Liberal t j Ladies Dress Goods h ft In Fancy and Fashionable Patterns Hamburg Laces as fine Pas looms can make j GENTS FURNISHING GOODS in thoHjj j J8 line of Rugs including Brussells and ingrain weaves OilsIII ii Paiuts Drugs Glass Putty Stoves Tinware Crockery o 1i CLOTHING SHOES HATS CAPS g in ndless variety and groat quantity so low in price you will fl be bound to buy Did we hear somebody say GROCERIES Kj 8j kindApricotsjj But pshaw I Come fend see Respectfully LJ KASH It SA- MPLEMILLERS CUT SACRIFICE SALE Beginning SATURDAY January 11 and ending SATURDAY February 29 1908 I willJ sell goods at the following outprices 21 Mens Suits worth1100 Sacrifice prico 719 Cirr u II 7 50II 11 431 50 Pairs PantsII 250 II 179 61II II vr50 98o 41 Odd Coats ndC00II 149 Flannels worth per yard 12ioII 8iolCaliooesU it 7jcr n Bib fVAll goods in stock cqt accordingly Come at once Do not wait Get your bargains while they last Respectfully t c MILIyER9 JR A NEW MILLINERY AND 4 DRESS MAKING ESTABLISHMENT t Wit j i- iJIllsssJanoga aPe1Peati TiO Oil OVER KASH SAMPLES f HAZEL GREEN KY I Misses MAPEL TROY i Announce to the ladies of Hazel Green and the surrounding country that they have just opened an uptodate Millinery and DressaMaking Establishment Our line of hats are the most artistically trimmed ever seen in Hazel Green many of themJoeing pattern hits and as they were sejeated by an experbmiHmerTlhey are sure to please v tho most fastidious in taste1lIn addition to the millinery business which includes all the lat est trimmings we have a Dress Making Department complete with ti charts etc ready to out and make Ladies and Childrens Shirt Waists Sacks and indeed all kinds of sewing We are located over Kash jSamples store and we assure you that all our goods are firatolana yourselfSolioiting rr MAPEL TROY I RUBBER STAMPareeeeepnoaxhbatthgwtaaot A t 1IufiJlDTl1IOetattonp N uses U ih tie nuraJ tysearua of his t u ly M4101U Jt 4 CECIL BROS Headquarters for Boots Shoes a Is headquarters for Shoes Ladies th and Gents and the finest line ever seen in Hazel Green Our Ladies Dress Goods Domestic Notions c are latest in pattern and the y 1 fittest in fabrlCtI11Ct JIk Lroc tie 1 A r to 5 I N MI eS dateJ1 Coughs JDangerous coughs Extremely perilous coughs Coughs that krasp and tear the throat and lungs Coughs that shake the nedeguher AskiI your about Ayers l Cherry Pectoral W pnbllih on farmaUa Wo bultk e1ehtf- rmonrmWlNe ers Wo art 7011 your to- otniult 6 torI good doctor will tell you that a medi u slchiclike Ayera Cherry Pectoral cannot do ita beat work if the bowels are con stlptted Ask your doctor if be knows cottai t bgrhJUAygeoLOWuXu JPHE HERALD Jimmie Hollon is visiting in Lexington and other point below Miss Arta Dye left Wednesday for West Liberty where she will + visit friends for several days Work on the new dormitory is progressing nicely and the build ing will soon be ready for roofing Dr Johnson son of Hon T C Johnson of Tallega is visiting his brothers and sister at the academy Cashier Knight of the Hazel Green Bank and Henry Ward leftti Saturday for Richmond and Lexington II r 0 rcFe1Bsn theTit gfied Yw Not 8wgit Blgutor Anyone wishing to ayi tt ru1 200 razor can getr 3r fi0 u tJlong Eis they last by pplyirgFttII k this office tf John Sandifer assistant to John H Rose returned Monday from v Lexington where he visited his wife and daughter c People suffering from lame back plastiT H Stamper Hazel Green Mrs H J Derthicks father of Ohio is visiting his daughter and addressed a llecture to the young w people at Pearre Hall Monday night j JDanny Nickel accompanied by his little sister Golden left Mon 4 wil1UVisit their uno a JLNickell and family Dj G M Center reports the following births To the wife of Jas Taulbee of Grassy Feb 18 a boy to the wife of Manford May Feb 18 a boy f tllnole Jack Rittenhonse will use an incubator to provide broilers for his boarders this spring He F has just installed one to hatch 240 PSX chicks at a clips An interesting revival at Sand field which began Thursday night and was presided over by Uncle K John Wilson and Lil Honaker closed Sunday night V Squire Wheeler the venerable t father of Judge George Wheeler A had a chill Saturday since which ti be has been confined to his bed y 1 His wife is also sick with asthma oYSoott McClure who was at his rYuncles Alvin Oldfield sick for a- weekW has returned home and to school His sister Miss Myrtle fs aeo in school again after a short illoeds sr k I AThe terms of settlement we offer r i delinquents should induce every one to square up but some still hold off Come now friend we have surely dope our part and you rdal should do yoara 4qi Pi John Cecil came pp from Mont i Y1eitit+ areljinformedi marksirO0M- 1 Rligpa j x kw rA- S trviM ski I 2 Will p apool erstwhile an otm ployeof this office and now with the Courier at Lakeside Ohio is in a fair way to beconft famous as aBong writer Raymond Browne wild is at the head of a large mu sic company of New York has set the poem to music and says of it The songpoem Just Be Happy Anyhow is fully up to my stand ard and wurtby of a musical set title conforming with the theme apd the Courier says the poem is avery catchy bit of sentiment and if published will be sure to be one of the big hits of the coming sea son Thn sentiment and the nat ural music of the poem itself Just Be Happy Anyhow together with the efforts of Mr Browne one of the most successful compo sers of the day are sure to place this song and others from the pen of its author in great favor with the people We hope Billy will have a financial as well as famous feast Curd of huts Mize Ky Feb 24 1908 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir Please allow me a space iin your column for a Card of Thanks Wo heartily wish to thank all the good people who helped and assisted us during the long illness of our dearly beloved son Willie Rose We appreciate all the kind ness toward us How bleeeod it is to know that A friend in need is a friend indeed We feel wo did nil in our power to relieve him of his Buffering and pain but could not as our dear Master had called him home to glory What a sweet consolation it is to us that he was ready to go at Tlis command Yours tviilv t 3 ROSE J A ROSEI Al eiB the MoraeHi Ft Douglas Utah Feb 15 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Sir Please find enclosed post office order for which send mo THE HERALD aa I cant well do without it especially out here in the deserts of Utah It is a very lone some plaice especially for a sol dier but not so bad as the Phil ipiues I got back from the islands Deo 12 07 which 1 was very glad to do We are stationed at Fort Douglas a few miles from Salt Lake City Yours truly JOHN T OHAIR I Co L 15th Inf e Owsi ToaniBeusth lllt 4 Yw HisAlslitptla- lgsstan I Ot 7 p Miss Falay Long successor to the CecilLong Millinery will next week go to Cincinnati to buy her spring stock of hats wraps and everything pertaining to a first class millinery establishment She requests her numerous patrons to defer their purchases until her return when she will exhibit an ar ray of lovely millinery in trimmed hats that will be a dream in fairy land Harlan McClure evangelist of the Church of God closed a meeting at Lee City Sunday night which had been protracted for ton days or mote and there were some 20 additions to the church r 1 ACAD1MTMOTUi Elbert Testerman = Visited home folks Sunday Bro Derthiok filled his month ly appointment at West Liberty SundayWill Hurt n member of the son ior class wont home Saturday re turning Monday Lulu Eaton went home on ac count of ill health but expects to bo back for the spring term Many students who have been confined to their rooms with bad colds are able to be in school once moreWe are glad to note that Miss Iva Weekly who has been on the sick list for some time is restored to healthSunday morning ollathanStam baugh and the writer went to Lacy creek where the former preached a very interesting sermon A social was given to the stu dents of the academy Saturday evening To say that they allen joyed themselves is only a mild form ot telling the good time they hadMr Derthick of Ohio was the guest of the academy for a few days Monday night he gave the students a lecture his subject be ing Forces That Win in the Twentieth Century For more than an hour he held his audience spellbound many pronouncing his talk the best they ever heard The Washington birthday enter tainment given by the H B society Saturday night was one of the best ever rendered in the H G A The program from beginning to end was fell of wit humor vari ety and instruction Greet credit is due their efficient president lnd seoretary So rapidly is the society improving that every program is better than the preceding one Suffering and Dollars Saved E 8 Loper of Marilla N Y says I ama carpenter and have had many severe cuts healed by Bucklens Arnica Salvo It has saved me suffering and dollars It is by far the best healing salve I have ever found Heals burns ulcers fever sores eczema and piles 25o at all dealers J E Oldfield arrived from Mus cogee I T Friday and said his son Volney was getting along nicely when he left Harry Cas key was left to bring him home in about ten days The app of our young jispd Kell f r Jackson as CommonwearhV ney waaTi very flattering one indeed and he is to be congratulated upon this public recognition of his ability The Henry Haddix place recent ly purchased by Sebron Walters has been rented by a Mr Miller who will take possession soon and Henry Haddix will move to Henry Stampers place 110411 Maytown A P Dye who has been at Carnpton for the past three weeks building Miller Childers large wholesale storehouse visited his family Sunday spending only one day owing to the rush of business r r OOOOMOOO Grippe r Iaflueniuwhichever you like to cap it is one of thmOlt weakening diaImown f Scotfj iis Cod Live nilnd Hypospbites in easily di =eated form ittke imtet trengthbuilder aw1ctaIICic It w so wily digested that it sinks into Ae system niakinf laew blood and new fats ift4eMftKening iivrves and muscles Use Scots Emulsion after Influcnuu LAv I hJrfpf Chssad CAId- JA J r- F y im At lIt8I5Sp- ecial 0to THE HERALD The motto of Kansas isliTo Stars Through Difficulties Miss Pearl Jones who has been visiting her sister for a week has returnedJohn Mathews of this place has returned from Syracuse where he is about to close a laud deal The medium of exchange iu Kansas says a former Kentuckian is silver that of Kentucky is load The western par of Kansas must be pretty hot judging from the great quantities of oil shipped that wayThe sudden disappearance of the jack rabbits this week was evidence of the great snow storm which is now raging Instead of a money panic in the east it must be a grub panic from the almost innumerable cars of cattle which go in that direc tion A good many cases of la grippe are reported in this neighborhood duo to the sudden changes in torn poratureeo remarkably well known to Kansas Rev Davenport of Missouri has been conducting a series of meet ings at the Methodist church in Burrton for the past week and will continue over Sunday The Ksnsas farmers are looking forward to an abundant harvest of wheat this year and are making preparations to that end such as enlarging bins and granaries The Page literary society which mot on the night of the 14th pre sented a good program and was encouraged by all the visitors taking part in an oldfashioned spell ing matchIB B d1 OOADAY Some hustling a horse to ride JJmanh the above to sala this office if qualifications and condi tions prove satisfactory The following are among the registered names at the Day House since our last issue C R Mur phy Louisville F A England Covington Va W H Manker West Liberty J SWarnack Phil adelphia C F Kash and Johnnie Kash have bought of D C Miller Jr his stock of general merchandise which they began invoicing Tues day The purchase price has not been learned but it is thought they bought a bargain To all those who owe me and will not pay I have to say if they rai come to mv office on w the first day oT BGtffTvv5 1 will give them a clear receipt against the debt so I can make room on my books for more names A C NIOKEU M D Care Blood Skin Disease Cancers Greatest Brood Purifier Free dlleasedlhotpoison cancer carbuncles eating ores eorofufaeczema itching rlilDgl aDd bump scabby pimply akin Bone paint catarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm CB B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood it made pure and rich Druggists or amplefreeGa B B B 1is especially adviued for chronic deepseated cases as it cures after all else fails RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT Passed by Gfcncarian Council No 89 Jr O UA M of Rogers Ky WIIRBBAB It bas pleased the God of the Universe to call from earthly labor to his eternal home of rest above our worthy and beloved brother and member of Glencarlan Council No 8n Jeremiah Piofitt who died on the 23rd day of Jan nary 1908 Therefore be it Resolved That in his death our Coun ell has lost one of Its true and most devoted members his wife a kind and low ing husband his children a kind and loving father and ithe community a good and useful citizen That we extend to his wife and chil dren and relatives our most heartfelt sympathy in this their great loss That u page of the record of our Coun ell be set apart asa memorjJ to our do parted brother aid that a copy of these resolutloBS be furnished to his wife and children aa a token of respect to bur de parted brother 9B01t9 Baswxa t r Da1 r F r T M A I 1 IThoi All Counterfeits Imitations and JustaadM6 bits Experiments that trifle with and eDtll1nr se JieitUfc ef Infants and Children Experience ngalnst BTFMlHwnt J What is CAST0II a Castor In is n harmless substitute forY PM gorlc Drops and Soothing Syrups It- s t n contains neither Opium Morphine nor iHwr y Naarcetlo substance Its ago Is Its guarantee It debr4a Worm x and allays Feverishness It cures Dlarrfe 8tea Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles curtilb- anti CewMftaUea Flatulency It assimilates the Food ray ligttji ttie Y Stomach and Bowels giving healthy anti BatWN Rleeii The Childrens PanaceaTire Mothers FrleraLxf i GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS fs Bears the Signature ef 1 r ij vjj II VJrv The KM You Have AlwaJ8litr I In Use For Over 30 Year= I r4ilTHe CtNTUH COMPANY TT MUIIIIAY THIIT NCWYOMIHT1r fMfdSA oIi HAZELGREENiCADEm Spring Term On3w March 17 h19 8 Special attention v i to teachers whowish to I41 all the Common Branches ation for Sprin Examinations The COURSES OF L l have been revised B as to a best advantages possible ft young men and worn d wbo rfr ter prepare themselves for teaching or wish to pr CERTIFICATE or the STATE DIPLOMA The ACADEMIC COURSE well equips the stndei OMORE YEAR in College t The Faculty is composed of Nii ers Careful atte en to ou ntrTUITION Incident s charm fie term Board wiand Light 200 per week Furnishe ems Free Write for atalogues f HT 0 CARTER SecyTreas H J DERTHIGK P I t The Home PaperchYuut 4 ca====aBRi === =2cffi== terest ihoboii Cmouldss t- ONE DOLLAR Eft TIle mountain Peoole of 1 Thin nnpular book which itriti will ViI itell time be sole 100 i tlpi tage prepaid to t y point in the country Press al t ear j loud in praise of it and patriotism promptsna obiy it Why not you You will want it for your childimTSt SjTitt No better testimony to the worth and success of that most adwibrk Jeee for 4 vgtjkWaaeynsestalaboyl 7Ft ample of sellrellance typical of his sturdy race lie has conqupnlrhgicaklia ctpver n ty and other hampering circumstances defraying the expeneN a adaeutise lJ1 the work ot his hands while he was at Hazel Ureen Academy Beres a Xcatuek= Statel ilelsbookandTwo purposes seem to animate the pages of this book roKfJildlle wetieiallik- as 1 I It actually is and to correct the wroup impressions of It otfe+nTkare striiwfiayitlrt t1toBS l Ve3 J them Social conditions Feuds Industries Education PoliU fJfJjbi gaa fB Hbetwit look successful allbrd Mr Haney subjects for interesting dU sslHt Kt bah mountain life in its earlier conditions as well as in recent yeaaRwhe quit ye been son what Improved great as is still the need for more utjuwrtatfilt mM wl J help from the outside world beyond the mountains Though14ss4toae cfj things Mr Ilaney says is that it is not only help from beyond tKCJi ed As he suggests that If the mountain people who have hadjjwill give some of their lives to those of their blood whom th alien teachers could do this will be a decided gain for the B Mr Haney writes in a direct style in good english that ymratbehisprovements the teaching ofscientific farmingand other iIr higher needs of these peple who offer such a tplendideb Ky education and religlpsf ComrierjQarpsJ JfiJi1lt I r +LcfCetk d i JkiiiiAiiIA10 IRALGU and NEY TROUBLE IS taken UternaUy rids the blood M matter and acids whic- h4feeiesues of these diseases It affords sJmosUn tin while a permanent ted br purlrlnr the ttOIesoltlnr the poisonous sab tMean M4 MfjtOTlH Iurom the 171 tern ly1 IB tD BLAND KBcewkw 8 1riI- LNIiiin nrrfore berot Mttl nbama an my arm edletbaseeatd workd eonmttd tx l p rdcluu bat found tbe NIt obtained from tvud roded duwia y EIIIedM pith Rheumatism useyble or any kin a to ui for a trial bottle CM teat Itrourselt vcfctrtntaod any length of M inquiring a drug bablt fret free of opium cocaine iUitinm and otter eimllsr itfcv Bsttle s aecpeMtteonerrat 4JfrIDlo trDcstet MiMEGMATi3 SORE OOiSrAKY V j6alb lilt loke Street 11lSarw JlJ 1t fPosl BuggiusI Hazel Green and this ith informed that they clasbeggieaat home I a w prep furnish the best made rttjteseqrpric- es I dont ban tttlyikiag but firstclass buggies and Weeii want cheap claptraps will ieewhero- g r her if you want a FIRST U4GY one that will givet fa comfort and wear I can 1r petaeat my shop in Hazel 11r hul JOHN H ROSE 7 RGE RICE RTAKER REEN KY- finoCoffine in my red to make on the moat also hav- eMearte tlaalrhell THE RAMBLERS When Peg and I got married We settled in the town Of Hazel Green the very queen Of places and renown Onr income gas of small degree And soon we bad it spent And oftlmes it would try our nerves To pay the monthly rent Then all at Once a notion came To move somewhere out West We drilled into Idaho And there we took a rest From there we went to Illinois To Kentucky then again We tried the Buckeye State awhile Then skipped right Into Maine Rut there we did not linger long It didnt suit Peg and me We pulled our freight for another state Twas dear old Tennessee We also roamed throughout the South In Sunshine and in rain And reader dear would you believe To Kentucky we came again Now some may wish to know the truth What made us roam around From state to state not satisfied With any that we found The reason is a simple one Why all our time was spent We thought it cheaper yes by far To move than pay the rent Murphy Fork Ky Sara Wilson KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collated and Concisely Chronicled Qeo W Marden a log cutter of Williamsburg was killed the other day by being caught between two logsThe deadlock for United States senator still continues and the county unit local option bill hangs fireThe educational bill appropriat ing 500000 to Normal schools and the State College passed the House last Friday by a vote of 69 to 17A bill has been introduced in the legislature which provides for aCB gi3g113riHalinves= tigate criminalI casifsuSa is a di rect thrust at night riders The bill to pay a pension of 125 a year to all indigent and disabled Confederate soldiers who do not possess 000 worth of property has passed both branches of the general assembly The case against Roger Spicer charged with the killing of James Johnson nephew of the late J B Marcum was called in Breathitt Circuit court and continued Judge Adams refusing to preside in the caoA tobacco barn belonging to Auburn Smoot an independent buyer who lived at Upper Blue Lick Nicholas county was burned early Friday morning Smoot re cenlTypurchased several crops and sold them in Maysville- G M Stafford who lived in Fraukfort directly opposite the womans entrance to the pen 91l tiary died recently of smallpox His grave was being dug while he was yet living and twenty minutes after dying he was buried Breathitt county grand jury returned an indictment against Jas Salver for murder charging him with killing Jackson Borgo The murder of Borgo was shroufted in mystery and Salyer was not supected until the grand jury be gan investigating the case The case against John Smith and Johu Abner charged with the assassination of James Cockrell in Breathitt county in 1902 was con tinued by the commonwoalth the attorneys employed to assist in tho prosecution having withdrawn and Kelly Kash the new commonwealths attorney not being pre pared to try the case at present Night riders sent a letter of warning to Thomas Hamlet owner and operator of a large tobacco plant in Fulton and agent for the Italian government The epiatle was found on his front porch and a cartridge matches and a bundle of switches accompanied it Hamlet was given ten days in which to close out and leave Fulton forover The mayor called Gov Wilson for arms and ammunition and ware houses are under heavy guard P RIIISRound RoundEyes Russian Childrens New Games The influence of the patriotic stand which the school children of German Poland have made against their oppressors has spread into Russian Poland In Warsaw the youngsters are playing a new game called demonstrators in which they divide themselves into two campsCossacks and patriots or demonstrators The latter form pro cessions and advance singing Pol ishmelodies whereupon they arc immediately charged by the Cossacks and after a senile are driven off leaving their dead and wounded on the ground In St Petersburg the school children have started a game of bomb throwers London Chronicle Death Roll of Industry To unprecedented prosperity such as the past year showed and the present year promises there is seamy side of which little is saidaII Thousands of wage earners men women and children were caught in the machinery of our record break ing production and turned out crip ples Other thousands were killed outright How many there were no one can say exactly for we were too busy making the record produc tion to count the dead France Germany Holland and England have come pretty close to counting their death roll of industry and to shortening it America does not even count the livesCharities and the Commons How to Get Rich Nelson Morris one of the most famous of the men who have amass edmillions in the meat packing t 1 A1T 11 newspapermen young man who earns 5 a month can become rich if he saves his mon ey I began my career at a wage of 5 and my board I saved 35 the first year and went into business All you need is resolution to spend less than you make Wood Pulp Silk Artificial silk is made from wood pulp in Sweden The imitation is excellent but it is found that many dresses made from it have been dis carded because the creases made when the wearers sit down do 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