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V vl 0 vi vj J ISMIf y = C s fIIr I i tf fJ i v- Y t AZEL R EN ER ri 4- i dL 5 JM K iI 0 Establlshed Marefc 4 1885 Made Famous la the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell 0 i It Jr oO BPKKCEB Owner and OOOPKB Kdltor The Oldest Most Popular MDll Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 4 l 4m alwa y yrt f k x iTWENTYTHIRD YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 5 1908 J yyJgffrt Jr80 Lilortoa and Eastern Railway I Time1 Table III Effect Nov 18 1906I WEST ROUND itr DaUl1e No1 r STATTONS uhOr r IfCIIfCINo3 dy A1iArr M I tt loam 0MJcbon0 16 pin I QK Junction L 2 25 pta 707m 20 BettyveJo 20 3 20 pm 7 30 am 40 Torrent 40 9 II pm 7 45 m 44 Nt Bridge 44 355 p po l 43aiD Clmpton Juntn 9 57 pm 8 15am 67 Stanton 57 4 26 pm 62 4 35 9 25m 62 pm 9 00 am 70 LElJanon 70 ti 07 pm 9 12m 90 WIcheater 90 520 11m 9 ti5 am 94 Lexington 94 005 pm y EAST BOUND No2No4STATIONS t= DallYlndDally u I SundaySunday r I r y P1LL18AMLYIJ 25pID 0 Lexington 0 m 3 10 pm 20 Wlncheeter 20 8 13 am 3 25 pm LJunctlonM 8 26 pm 4 00 pm 40MCI City 40 9 02 am 410 pm U Stanton 4t 9 10 am I 40 pm Cmpt Juntn 38 pm I 45 pm 67 Nt Bridge 67 19 43m 4 57 pm 62 Torrent 62 am I 518 pm 70 Beattyvdc 6 10 pm 90 OKJnnon 7011017m 015 pm 94 rckaon CONNECTIONS L 4 E JUKCTION Trains NOl 12 and 3 will make connection with the CAOBy for Mt Starling CAt tlTON JUNCTIoNTrain No 1 2 Central 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain By sATTYYLLSJuNcrloN Tnioe ton NOl e iud 4 wlll make connection at BeUvllll with that and A Railway for pawenjen to And from Beattyville O A KJONCTIOK Trains NOl Sand t oonhrct with the O 4 K Railway for local ItnanwrtUana- OHABBCOTTQenl f v C r OHIO KEMUCKY RAILWAY Time Table May 21 I9O6 WEST BOUND t No 33 JC = No U Daily ex STATIONS = Dally ex SunDll Sunay- PM J t1 Aau 0 27 PUAu 35Ptb nrM 13 12 is tonM 11 11 Bl i 6 1144 81521IMwi4uratN 0 11 16p I I 11 05 f EAST BOUND No 34 S R Dally ex STATIONS BJof Sunay P ouuday AULVE P M LVE r 710 27 Cannel City 0 100 7 33 21 Helecbawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 Lee CltlM 11 1 23 8 24 13 HmptonN 13 1 44 8 37 10MWllhuratN 20 1 51 025 1 OAK Junction 22 225 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 80 Nos 21 and 22 will make close conneotioi at O A K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for points on the Lexington and Eastern Rail daySuperintendent t f mountaIn GOntr81 allroa No 1 No 2IDEPART ARRIVE OOOa m Campton 1130 a m 200 pm Campton 600 p m r No2 No1 ARRIVE DEPART 7Y80 amCampn Juno1005 am 8 80 pmCampu Juno 4 A0 pm The Mountain Central makes t connection with all L E p IIaenger trains rt FARM FOR SALE I offer for sale my farm of 10I aores lying 14 miles east of Hazel Green Small dwelliqg outhquses 7 and good well Terms reasonable Gail oh or address4 H 0 LAOY JPineRidge Ky i i F JjB QH WILLIAMS 1IC 1111tG60I1 eitl eR w 1 oooooooooQpooooooobooopdb A Losing Game The proposition I make is one that entails a big loss to mo for paper ink labor and postage but I value the goodwill of my subscribers moro than their money Therefore all who are behind more than ONE YEAR who will send med 160 1 will send THE HERALD for 12 months and cancel the debt and to all who are behind less than one year who will send me 75 cents I will easend the paper 12 months Provided that all to whom this applies will avail of the offer insidQ of Thirty Days how Feb 20 1908 On and after Marck 20tk this offer will be withdrawn and tho price of the paper will be II a year cash ix airasce In the name of God and human ity could anything bo fairer I hope no one will compel mo to collect by law for in that case full pay will be required Truly your friend SPENCER COOPER IOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO CAMPTON CUIKENCT 0 ineTom Wilson is visiting his pa rnts in Madison county this week i rtorly coprt is in session A There are a number of er i for trial On account of bad roads only b small crowd attended County court here yesterday John Tester of Stillwater was attending County court here yes terday and talking politics The board of town trustees held their regular monthly meeting in the Company store last night A protracted meeting is now in progress at the Methodist church Considerable interest is being manifested Seldon Hanks of Ashland together with his mother and sister Miss Bulah are visiting relatives and friends in town this week- S S Combs of Madison county came up yesterday and will rftina in town some two or three days looking after business interests Isaao Elkins and family who haye boon residing in town for the past year will move to their farm onehalf mile south of town this week Sam Elkina and wife will occupy tho house vacated by his fatherJudge G W Gourley and T C Johnson both of Lee county are looking after the interests of their clients in court hero this weekand the former is advising with his Republican friends in his race for Circuit Judge Senator Bon Sewell came up homo Saturday from Frankfort for a few days rest He was jubilant over Bradleye election for U S senator He was accompanied by Representative A C Oliver who fought until the laslLfor the elec tion of Beckham for senator W L Byrd left this morning for- Clark county where he will make his future home His family will follow him in a few days His friends here regret very much to see tiira leave as Letcher has al ways been regarded as one of the best businesamQh In the county MaronS S S I g iMt 1hs sls iMiM r4 a ILnP J bn4 r 4w LEE CITY LOCALS o Samuel Rose of Daysboro was hero Monday Mrs Laura Hollon is very sick with pneumonia this week J N Stricklin and Nathan Hol Ion are now making ties for a live lihoodA r Walsh representing the P ria Millinery Co was in town MondayMr Mrs A M Niokell left Wednesday for Wetamga where they will farm the coming year Riley Patrick moved Monday from the Craig property on School- House branch to the farm of W H Rose Couductors Bach and Snowden run a special train Wednesday night to attend the skating rink at Jackson Gee Adams tie inspector for Pnnna Ry Co reached here Fri day and loaded a car of ties for 0 F GaringorJ and family left Friday for Now Mexico They will bo gone six weeks and we hope they will have an enjoyable time The Christians began a ten days revival meeting Saturday The people in this part ate having plenty meetings Quite a crowd attended Sunday night Pres Patrick who has been sick for several days is able to be out again His wife claims to have a healed of consumption dur the protracted meeting which ted Feb 23 David Graham who is ha some wagon material sawed hauled here went to Lexington Saturday He says he thinks his mills and teams will soon be run ning in full blast If so it will give this place some business March 2 A R ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT Floyd Arnett sold a pair of mules to Robert L Rose consid oration 850- Robert L Rose went to Jackson on the special train Monday night and took in the skating rink Misses Mirtie Linden and Maha V Arnett jflajde Lee City ayIinf urday and called on Mrs xuarlie Patrick If all reports be true Nate Lee and tries Bettie Rose will get married in time to raise a crop of chickens this spring March 2 BOB No Use to Die I have foundout that there is no use to die of lung trouble as long as you can gqt DrKings New Discovery says Mrs J P White of Rushboro Pa I would not be alive today only for that wonderful medicine It loosens up a cough quicker than anything else and cures 1lung disease even after the oase is pronounced hopeless This most reliable remedy for coughs and colds la grippe asijii ma bronchitis and hoarseness is Bold under guarantee by all dealer 50o and 1 Trial bottle free LANDSAW LACONICS o Cleveland Murphy made a flying trip to Torrent Saturday on bust noseMrs MoQuinn motherinlaw of John Lane vinteifw this sec tion all of last week Isaac Adams left here the 1st for Valeria He has hired to work six months for Stephen Swango- N L Combs put up a alee lot of plank fence last Week which addi rauQb to the appearance of 7Jtl 1 iII Jjf tI lgI1 i 0 0 fS energetic farmers had an old fashioned bnm raising one day last week Floyd Hatton who fires the saw mill for D B Center on Gillmoro came over to see homo folks Saturday and Sunday Pres Elkiua of Grassy Morgan county brother to J B and Jona than Elkins of this county was at Lnudsaw the 29th Henry Matlock traveling for McMillanHazen Shoe Co was at this place the 20th and sold a nice bill of shoes to our merchant Rosco Shackelford who is run ning a saw mill on Holly creek passed through here the 29thon his way to Hazel Greon to see his wife and babies Last Thursday Miss Ollie Swan go passed through here and on her return we noticed that she had a nice new carpet which Mrs Charlie Sweeney had woven for her So look out for more news in the near future Mrs J B Miller reports the fol lowing births Feb 16 to the wife of Geo Moore a boy the 19tb to the wife of Alph Creech a boy the 22nd to the wife of Robert Dunn a boy and the 20th to the wife of W L Buchanan a boy Hiram Swango received a letter from his son in law Joel Gevedon who went to Texas last year that his daughter Genoa had died Her age was 12 years and was an only daughter Genoa was a girl that you had only to know to love We symyathize with Mr Gevodon and wife March 2 ANON GbbiffOi v Y orman R C ninent architect in the Delbert Building San Francisco says I fully en dorse all that has been said of Electric Bitters as a tonic medicine It is good for everybody It corrects stomach liver and kidney disorders in a prompt and efficient manner and builds up the system Electric Bitters is the best spring medicine ever sold over a druggists couner as a blood purifier it is unequalled 50o at all dealers NEOLA NUt 0 CF Wilson was u Vest Lib erty Wednesday Ben Murphy was out cattle col lecting this week The family of N C Burkhart are all on the sick list J B Hollon returned Thursday from a trip to Louisville James S Wilson the tie man was here this week loading ties Miss Lou Jones of Sellers visited Mrs F P Wilson Monday South Stamper of Cannel City passed through here en route to Grassy to serve legal papers Drf Center was called to see Mrt ueo Trent and daughter and imports the daughter threatened with pneumonia The infant child of Mrs Lizzie Johnson died Thursday morning and was buried the same evening in Rev F P Wilsons graveyard Aunt Arta Dykes died Wednes day morning the 77th anniversary of her birth Her remains were taken to Magoffin county for bu- rIal March 2 GRANNY The Lucky Quarter is the one you pay out for a box of Dr Kings New Life Pills They bring you the health thats more themIfor aoheblHorines8 const jpfnd milarlaI i It they diei a of m oiaer jiU 71 irfait r 0y h i vl J t t MURPHY FORK MINUTES 0Calvin Elam went to Flatwoods Saturday Perhaps ho wll move there soon- Gilbert Ratliff made a business trip to Canuel City Saturday re turning Monday Revs Bill Yocum and Harlan Murphy are conducting big meetings at Long branch school house at this writing During the sickness of Mrs Liz zie Cecil Miss Callie Caldwell a graceful graduate of Mize is doing the housework Born Wednesday Feb 20 to the wife of Luther Brown a bouncing baby girl Dr Taylor Center prime minister at the occasion Miss Golden Murphy will hereafter send items from this vicinity as Poet will leave soon to make music with his paint brush in oth er territory Ben Murphy was lost but is foundand is again in the ring If nothing happens he will be at the next Mt Sterling market with a bunch of cattle Last week John Murphy want to Winchester to consult Dr Johnson about his rheumatism He came back with a prescription and is following directions Sam Fortune who has lived for years at the home of Kelse Mur phy at Nanny died Tuesday and was buried Wednesday in the Mur phy graveyard He was a victim of measles Last week five owes brought ten lambs in three days on Mort Ce cils farm Mort is proud of the little I 11I1S and longs for the gro 4 up He is looking for t Ljie soon Missus May and Alice Rose Golden and Daisy Murphy Nora and Zelphn Pieratt made melody float around on airy wings Sunday at the home of John S Pieratt Come again fair musicians Dave Bank of this creek Ben Murphys right bower was taken violently sick Wednesday Dr Taylor Center was notified and before he came the next morn r r the patient was un M about h sinesssSup meet some magical cu uuut a doctors nameJohn Cecil was among us Tues day and visited the farm he re costly sold to John Noble I could not portray his thoughts on that occasion but if he was long ing to come back it should bo vetoed at once Judging by his hand some looks his growth and the glow of health which he carried with him I would bet the blnegrass district was the best March 2 POET Best Healer is the World Rev F Starbird of East Ray mond Maine says I havo use Buckleus Arnica Salve for sev years on my old army wound a other obstinate sores and find the best healer in the world I use it too with great success in my veterinary business Price 250 at all dealers CANNEL CRY COT 0Holly Nickell was in town Mon day on business South Stamper went to West Liberty Monday on business Floyd Arnett and Jim Williams of Neolawere in town Wednesday John Nickell and Miss Lula Ly kins were married Saturday even f ing Dr Johnson of 8alyersvillepass ed through town last weeKen route to Hazel Green Maths ln n aiyt1Tttfaye l M1Jdl 4iRfek lIyprospecHnii 1 Will Wattftfe our postmaster has been N ltIit V om- ach jmeml11911 better now contim to impro eiaWikill Lei1Y l1e- i t 41boi i l Dr anti 1 tchildren AqaUl iH Rer and Ada IeftThurxttilrfgt4 ilawhore thiyWill = tlvery muokt ti or Wl0 community liht7w i sucrose an4 1tIhnew home A special train made op ofa t1Jcrowand nrIBtljctWl iseningfor Jaot tii night JT1 ltJn eras dxmain artIllst Jtorowumorning M ilfeet andthJ N agree and their dowrif y Y result i 1 There was a delftf tl J the home of hammaker tnesdayeveninggivenbyhIa41a 1F ff ter MisiJ My itt IStaiii present were MesaN dgir Itell M H NlohollasTom XelJf Misses Agmlla end Ada Mattie Wil4oij1ollle flftJ rie Caudill aadQMJHJs Mr and Mrs Caudill The ableyeaingMarch im- s 1Ii iW rlwltbtarrh fsa bloodoicokeU1utlouald and in order tobafLy is1uttateI Ir ternalremedlearl Hall iron JinteraaTlrt W aW OmIt 1i1 f it nod and mamma t f 0u 1eta32 Ji1YMCtt i n prescribed by ofThiEiiT aic ins In IttTeeSkftrytof jSiriTW regular presciipUoa It 1U cdmpesed the best toaiat kjBpwn combined w the best bloodaerlaere wtfog direr on the mricli wrfIns iJThe uipef combination or what produceseuch 4curing Catajidtu flee FJ Cnai JiTd Pe s Toledot ld brtt 1 Ha 11 C 1 lltafoTlma IIpt+ J J- IAYii i- eBorn tp iwlfeigram a giif- Service ijgretl3un- John tVilsgn V C 01 rkffH G town Sunday J Miss ManyVflon- of Miss Cdrtieliliri fr Isaac Add d1tH- on hIs beatrlJ1ereJ iWiley Yfguests of JiTr MrsOrFir on the sibktli4- udy ti leh ftfop t nrt4 ra j J1t 10the8l r James Nkf + id i MtIJe t9JaNiokell I O P Pltr1ciJ i Ml ldvdd to their netjhdlseptu mhti +id finMrs Richie Ethel 1fir1trnledh4i t urday fitter i3wecririr JlQno J1Nfifr t Our Su col tI 10 r1Iintt t wat been 6 Nht- of the lEI tor iII1pMarch pat f- j i 7 v aw k Jf IJ + I r iHE HERALD yffioessooondolassmatterat Toil J WntiraiyCMRI Editor 1 KYIHAZEL GREEN I THURSDAY Mar 6 1908 Ji ANNOUNCEMENTS rtl fllODIT COURT JUDGE We are authorized to ant llinounce Judge G W Gour ifMr ol BwUtyiille as a candidate for CirmiU Judge of this the 23rd Judicial i RciFit O OWnHNWEALTHS ATTORNEY p CTIIIPCD We are authorized to an i O I njMrlni nounce A H Stamper of k Canptoh as a candidate for Common t Vedtks Attorney of the 23rd Judicial U District to fill the nnexpired term sub jest to the action of the Democratic i pcuiy oJ v rV ti We are authorized to announc jIMM Kelly Kash of Jackson as R Attorneytthe action of the Republican party i yl7Mt MMQIT COURT CLERK iltfiCiliWear authorized to nnnou frlilaRtiMJCeeaLYndenof GJIIDort office of Circus aartMiJlecounty slIbject to- ii t1M tie primary 0 UNTY COURT CLERK are authorized to announc gJTWe S TUTT as a candidate for Cpunty Court Clerk of Wolf jfftuntr Subject to the action of the Dem tic party FOR SHERIFF announcThe oftceof Sheriff of Wolfe county subject to the notion of tho Democratic party FOR JAILER to announce VEBWeareauthorized for office ofJailelof Wolfe Countysub set to the action of the Democratic par 17 FOR ASSESSOR TYRHD We are authorized to announc A D B Tyra of Still water as i tididate for Assessor of Wolfe county Mibjec tioth Democratic primary w WiththisiB8ue of THE HERALI ppearsthe anhouncement of Kel iKMhfEsq a rising young law to gokabn and the present n Ithfl Attorney in this IpHitf attest district uoate for ti nomination 4the same office at the regulni bjjHUWjiappointment to fill the vacanoj made lw + ofJamc the office of Circuii Kali beside being a irked ability for one ac lure belongs to a faro ignished ancestry Hii dgef Wm H Hurst ot nsti a well known lawyer Littian of great promi tub Republican party t H Boxer ia a praotic in all our courts and rte for his legal acu arit the versa young editor ot iterprise and a sts more or less pular in politics relatives on the r as adonttfo piter nalfprohgipf the family tree the illustrious then of the Kash nameis reJliwihe sands of the sea then RrfMfVhwri being emblazoned with s r iameeof lawyers physicians inlmate pof greater 0r lesser IjtItJ8ave as a means to it 18 not the family we- r F Sirtotlne your attention to but VV i V jsfh himself who though afl in 3oars has attain in boe at the Eastern lbii ffWcli ia to say the fnbfarRbovo thoordinary ae p eifBt Uttle short of phe i estimate of him ctthat when filled by op ne himself a- it c itlr t4- Qyliat9th9 4 of Blackstone and as promptly pinked him for this sxaltod positioi albeit there was an array of legal lights maturer in years lined upI as applicants Mr Kash is a publican as pro all his kith and kin and to this party ho pins hit faith and of it ho asks the place Believing tho Republican part I will give him a square dent weI remand his case to their consider ation as beat suits them SIMPLE HOME RECIPE Mix this Simple Helpful Recipe at Home and Try It Anyway Get from any prescription phar macist the following Fluid Extract Dandelion one half ounce Compound Kargon one ounce i Compound Syrup Sar sapfcrilla three ounces Shake well in a bottle and taken teaspoonful dose after each men and at bedtime The above is considered by an eminent authority who writes in a Now York daily paper ne the finest prescription over written to relieve Backache Kidney Trouble Weak Bladder and all forms of Urinary difficulties This niixtur acts promptly on the eliminativi tissues of the Kidneys enabling them to filter and strain tho uri acid and other waste matter from tho blood which causes Rheuma tismSome persons who suffer with the afflictions may not feel inclin ed to place much confidence in this simple mixture yet those who hay tried it say the results are simply surprising the relief being effected without the slightest injury to tin stomachor other organs Mix some and give it a trial It certainly comes highly recommen ded It is the prescription of ai eminent authority whose entire reputation it is said was catch fished by it A druggist hero at home whet asked stated that he could either supply the ingredients or mix th prescription for our readers alai recommends it as harmless Judge G W Gourley- At the head of this column ap pears the announcement of Judge a W Gourley ot Beattyvillo os a candidate for Circuit Judge of this district subject to the action of the Republican party The Enterprise is pleased to car ry the news of Judge Gourleyi s candidacy to the people of Lee county and the Twentythird Ju dial district The Republicans of Lee county offer him to their fel lowRepublicans of the district ai theirstandard bearer in the com ing race for this icrpolttiic e Judge Gourley is well known ton vast majority of the people oi the district and to them it is un necessary to speak of his honesty and integrity and his qualifications and fitness for the office A life time of hard work filled with no ble and generous acts and sullied by no mean or sordid deed speak louder and more forcibly than any word that we might pen But to those if there be any who do not know him and have not had an opportunity to observe him in all thoso relations wherein bis sterling moral and intellectual worth have been so well and admir ably demonstrated it may not be improper to cull attention to some of the things he has done which embellish his fine character and show why his friends and neigh bors love him The older citizens of Leo county remember with pride and affection the young lawyer who thirty years ago hung out his shingle in the then young county of Lee and be gan the practice of his profession in which he was destined to shine with brilliancy and with the pass ing years to valiantly forge forward until now ho stands the acknowledged head of the legal profession in tho mountains of Eastern Ken tucky and without a superior any whereAnd some though their ranks have been sadly diminished by the hand of time and tho sickle of ddeath remember stilll further back wl uae a b1tbelQbjoo19f this hiikr j4 f the support of his father nhd 1m family daily going forth to hie accustomed toilwith n hope forth future though tho prospect wore durk murmuring not nt fate or circumstance but doterminod with his own hands and intellect tho heritage of man from the Uni versal Father to mnkn his WilY in lifeAnd others still remember him HP a tenchor in the common schools of the county when he instructed their children in tho primitive studies of that day and those slit drop now fathers and mothers in some cases grandfathers and grand mothers tell their children ot the kind teacher who instructed thou in their youth back in the days when education was not PO univer sal ns now Judge Gpurley was admitted tc the bar in March 1878 at Stan ton his examiners being the late Col H C Lilly and Judge Robert Fluty Since that time he has been continuously engaged in the practice of law with satisfaction I to his clients and credit to him selfHe served as deputy clerk of the County court from 1870 to 1S7S under Hon W P Hill a brcthoi of Col II C Hill both of whom so long ns they remained in poli tics wore the most popular men in the county In August 1878 ho was elected County Judge and served with distinction for four years boing the first Republican Judge of Lee countyIn ho was chosen chairman of tho Republican party in Let county along with Hon II L Wheeler now county chairman ns secretary and the two held these important positions continu ously for twenty years during which time they did much for the party and left it with a substantial majority in tho county In 1897 he was the Republican candidate for Circuit Judge and although tho district was Demo cratic was beaten by only a small majority in one of the nardest ipo litical fights ever made in the state In 1896 he was temporary and permanent chairman of the con vention in Beattyvillo which nominated Hon John W Langley for congressIn he was temporary chair man of the convention at Louisa which nominated Judge Ed C ORear for Judge of the Court of Appeals III 1903 ho was chairman of the convention at Paris which nomi nated Hon A T Slier for railroad commissionerIn was a member of the state advisory committee in the McKinley campaign During all his life Judge Gour ley has been a Republican and has fought for the candidates of the party in every election and has at all times contributed liberally of his time and money to the success of the party And notwithstanding his activi ty in the practice of law and in politics ho has found time to do more for the material advancement of Lee county than any other man in it In 18S8 he established the Three Forks Enterprise the forerunner of this publication and continued in management of the paper sev eral years III 1892 he and Thomas Pryse- J G MoGuiro C W Russell J 11 Boatty and others organized the Winchester and Beattyvillo railroad and built the short line from Boattyvillo to Boattyville JunctionHe largely instrumental in securing tho building of tho Louis ville and Atlantic railroad which gives Boattyville connectiOl with Richmond and Versailles and other towns along tho lino and direct communication with Louisville After the destruction of the old FOR YOUR SUNDAY DINNER- try the following delightful desert 1A cup Encnib Valnutmeati H doz figi cut up fine s110c package JELL0 any flavor DUsotve the JELLO In a pInt of boiling water When cool and just commencing to thicken itlr jn the figs and nnts Serve with alnotlJliglfrocs TJ lkespAOagdgierrft jrcrae t J Moore Whipplo mill many years ago ho secured tho orootioiTSf Iho SwanDay mill by II Herrmann of New York Ho wits ono of thin organizers of the Richardson Coal Co which carries on a largo mining business in Beattyvillo and gives employ ment to mummy men He secured the building of tho railroad up Sturgeon which will i soon be completed opening up thousands of uses of valuable coal land opou mine giving employ mont to hundrcdd of Lauds and materially increasing the taxable property of the county It is impossible to mention all the industries he has brought to Lee county He has been connected with every movement for the im provement of the county and it is to say that ho ImsXdono more for safe the county than any other man in it Judge Gourley was married in 1879 to Miss Thetis Kincaid and is connected with more people by blood and marriage than any man in tho countyt Ho has ono son Chester Gourley a rising young lawyer and four daughters With this statement wo present Judge Courloy to the Republicans of the district for nomination and to tho people for olecton There is no doubt that ho will carry ev cry county in tho district for time nomination Beattyville Enter prise tT E GeCiHongX1 milIiner The CecilLong Millinery have re ceived their stock of fall and winter ladies furnishing goods j hats latest creation both trimmed and untrimmed latest frames and trimmings Also a complete lino of dress goods and trimmings readymade skirts shirt waists silks underwear hosiery gloves and the finest line of ladies and childrens cloaks over on display in HazIJIQrMQThe rcqvCdted to call and see before buying Our stock comes from the fore= most firms of Cincinnati and you are sure to got the latest styles in everything when you buy from us Respectfully CECIL LO- NGTREES Fruit and Ornamental Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Our Strawberry Plants are moneymakers Tryem WRITE FOR FREE CATALOG WE HAVE NO AGENT- SII F HILLENMEYER SONS LEXINGTON KY KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR CUOttlooFreo AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUABANTEEDSATISFAorOR OB MONEY REFUNDED DAY HOUSEH- azel Green Ky Mr tOD PAY Proprietor Best table fare in Eastern Kentucky A- large sample room connected Heated and I ovt1atIfflll0IIiI kre r 1 4 h cry RL1 c if r H F PIERATT President + tF OECILVlcePr ntqMARION KNIGHT Cashier Si Q SAMPLE Attorney i gttdctt15O00Oiii iitm r ratpliC JbrF MVlIILUI3r mKKCTpKH It A KASH fIT Mr LKB H E OSFV 1 i CECILL i Farmers Liberal td lji i ti iiff tft- fT1= rr 1T T+ TTT T+ ITT Tffl F= = =+ v Ladies Dress Goods 1 tt j In Fancy and Fashionable Patterns Hamburg Laces as flue ffijt LJas looms can make j GENTS FURNISHINGJ GOODS in + i1 eluding ties shirts collars suspenders etc j Prints of theft 11- WI latest design and Domestics bleached and unbleached j aim hue of Rugs including RrilHsnllu and ingrain weaves Oils t1Pai1Jts Drugs Glass Putty Stoves Tinware Crockery 0II CLOTHING SHOES HATS CAPS fE t + t ij 1- jJ WillleJIricota Peaches Peas Tomatoes Corn Sweet Taters and ltlll But pshaw I Come and see Respectfully Im KASH SAMPLE P 4Ijl 11 To= W9= + TTI+ T8K T+ T v Kash JohnsonfKash CUT t r SACRIFICE SALE 1 Beginning SATURDAY January 11 and ending SATURDAY February 20 1008 I will sell goods at the following cutpricest21 Mens Suits worth 1100 Sacrifice price719- Ol II II II 1 750 II 431 50 Pairs PnntsII 250II 179 Iv 1I II II 1 r0II n 990 41 Odd Coats 200II 149 Flannels worth per yard 121cII II 8ic r 6icrwait Got your bargains while they last Respectfully Kash Johnson Kash A NEV MILLINERY MW DRESS MAKING ESTABLISHMENT misSeS NaQog e1rPesr1 Trop II OVER KASH SAMPLES HAZEL GREEN KY Misses MAPEIT TROY Announce to the ladies of Hazel Green and the surrounding coun try that they have just openod an uptodate Millinery und Dress Making Establishment Our line of hats are the most artistically trimmed ever seen in Hazel Greon many of them being pattorn hats and as they were selected by an expert milliner they are sure to please the most fastidious in taste In addition to the millinery business whiqh includes all the lat est trimmings wo have a Dress Making Department complete with charts otc ready to cut and make Ladies and Childrens Shirt Waists Sacks and indeed all kinds of sewing We are located over Kash Samples store and wo assure you that all our goods are firstclans and prices as low as anywhere Cull and see the stock for yourself Soliciting your patronage we remain Yours Respectfully MAPEL TROY fcJ4r m 1 finestJOBcan just a I little cheaper than tho clicr fellow Wedding invitations letter heads bill heads sale bills rfafcnuntj d 4is c rte etc ciJ receive the tame careful treatment just a little better tlirii tc nia rvtSiary Prc rpt delivery always qc JIruv oQn r CECIL BROS 1 Headquarters for Boots Shoes ti Is headquarters for Shoes Ladies and Gents and the finest line ever seen in Hazel Green Our Ladies i Dress Goods Domestic NotionsIc are latest in pattern and the finest in fabric and in Groceries we carry elel thing thats good 1 iW1ilnd vrovitutr1a f Jtu i rI lr j i h tJj a y vd I t J Li 1Wf 1 4 1 vW i P 86i s f y uI Y Yir r r Y 1 Inavene 4Doctor I No sense in running from one doctor to another Select the best one then stand by him bo not delay but consult him in time when you are sick Ask his opinionI I of Ayers Cherry Pectoral for coughs and colds Then use it or f not just as he says t We publUh our formulo We biihlih alcohol 7 from our mediointi tlar Weuree you to qj aon70UIdoolor I Always keep a box of Ayers Pills in the house Just one pill at bedtime now and then will ward off many an attack of biliousness indigestion sick headache How many years has your doctor known these pills Ask him all about them Made by the J o Ayer Co Lowell Maae THE HERALD Miss Arta Dyo returned Satur day from a business visit to West Liberty Dr Taylor Center reports birth of a girl to the wife of Jas Phelps 4of Toliver Fob 29 Geo P Dyer and wife visited the latterss sister Mrs John Bur ker of Lacy creek Sunday Dr J H Stamper was cnlfed to Maytown Monday to pull some teeth for Mrs James Littlb ocsrs 41 CJ IC icd Bwi theTta Rind You Kara Alwars Bought Signature rI +otAAnyone wishing to buy a good 200 razor can get one at 100 as long ras they last by applying at this office tf Troy Pieratt of Kiddville came Friday and enrolled his name on the academy roster for the en suing term Ellis Oldfield of Mize one days last week bought of K M Couch of Grassy Creek a pair ofaged horse mules for 800 YPbple suffering from lame back will find Dr D P Ordways plus ters a ready relief Sold by Dr J H Stamper Hazel Green Tern Haddix and family moved Monday from the McNabb property on corner Broadway and State streets to the Caskey property on Jpper street Mrs Edg rBi oMahxflr whoso illness has been mentioned heretofore wo are glad to state iis much improved and there is hope of her recovery Joe Murphy a merchant of Campton who has been under the treatment ot Dr G M Center for kidney trouble and rheumn tism left Monday for home much improved Our friend Tom Lee is rejoic ing over a litter of nine Duroc y Jersey pigs which came last week the product of the gilt Mr Leo recently purchased of H F Pie ratt of Madison county Geo Rice hands us this problem What is the difference between the Ladies Aid Society and the Board of Trusteesf And he answers it by saying the former does the work while the latter gets the honor Four young men students were suspended from the academy Taee day for cigarette smoking and Prof Derthick says they can only 1 reenter at the spring term under a strict promise to abstain fro tobacco in all forms f D C Miller Jrs many friend- regret his having sold out as h always worked for the interests of the great common people His many friends hope that wherovo he may go the same great success 1he attained here may attend him j in his new location + y Wants It Another Year Spencer Ky Mar 1 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir Find enclosed money order for 75f for subscription t0 TnBjHEBAun Respectfully ANDY IIADDILn- Vt IijjJty r iitl z s1 oj 4 Ji 7 Jf J Jj i LI r 4 j G yt1 J W 4 a =Iij c jfrjendaof tho contracting par ties herd were Tuesday somewhat surprised to receive from Mr und Mrs Z T Hurst of Wilhurst invitations to tho mnrringo of their daughter Miss Edna and Stephen G Sample esq of Campton which took place nt the parental home Wednesnay March 4 Steve Sam tile as he is familiarly called by his friends is u son of our follow countyman and friend Charles S Sample of Lacy creek and is con coded IV all to bo as near a model young man as they ever attain to in this vale of tears Ho is a law yer by profession and has won the esteem of litigantnnd lawyer alike Miss Edna is herself a handsome and accomplished daughter ofone of our best families and they an mutually to congratulated upon the wisdom of their choice in that each has met their affinity As their life voyage begins favora bly may it be so lived to the end Please pass the cake A New Cashier Marion Knight cashier of tho Hazel Green Bank recently resign ed his position to accept one in a batik at his old home at Pleasure yule and Prof Patton who has been connected with tho hank since its infancy succeeds him While tho pooplo generally wore loth to lose Mr Knight and his most estimable wife as citizens they are proud to know that Prof Patton and his elegant little wife will fill the breach in the bank and the niche in society and it will not be like taking in strangers and entertaining angels unawares Mr Patton will be cashier and his wife the assistant cashier Death of Marion Cisco Marion Cisco 67 Morgan county storekeeperganger at the McBray er distillery near Mt Sterling died at that place Saturday night and thejr rnains were shipped to his old homo al White Oak Mon day where the burial took place Tuesday Mr Cisco had been suf fering with hiccoughs and grew worse until death relieved him He was about 87 years old native of Morgan county and is survived by a wife and two children He had been in the revenue service for some time and was popular with all who knew him CASTORIAFor Infants and CM The Kind You Hate Awa Guars the 11SJgnatureof Dont Want to Miss a Copy Roswell N M Feb 21 09 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir I wish to call your attention tothe fact that I am not getting my HERALD The last edi tion I received was Dec 19th I sincerely hope this is no fault of yours for kl miss the dear old HERALD so much when it fails to come regular so please send to me a81 do not want to miss another copy Send to Judson N 11 after this Wife sends her regards to both Mr Cooper and yourself Respectfully yours A J MADDOX liflfikMY NOTES 0 Annie Havens entered the academy kj last week 1t Piano recital at Pearre Hall Monday March 9 at 7 oclock pm May Niokell enjoyed a pleasant visit with home folks over Sunday Ellis Ward a senior in the ac cadomy spent Sunday at his homo near Ezol Will Cassidy accompanied Ver nie Clark to the homo of the latter from Saturday until Monday Next week is examination week and oil are working hard in order to secure the much coveted pass11 Jasper Ingram f May town was a guest of the Home Monday Hu brought Dora Bordersvho on to rod the academy Prof Carter who has boon confined to his bod for the past few days is out again We are glad to soo tho professor nt himself again The program given by tho U B society last Saturday night was the last for the winter term This was probably the best of the year be cause it had many new things in it which was partly duo to the new presidentt J H Williams and secretary Lulu Belle Manker I ITwo New Features- In the March number Uncle Re muss Magazine announces two in tersting features for the year One is the serial publication of a now novel by Will N Harben whose Mam Linda and Ann Boyd are regarded as distinct additions to American literature Tho new story will bo called Gilbert Neal and the first instalment will ap pear in the May number of the magazineThe is a new departure Uncle Remus and tho Children to be conducted by Joel Chandler Harris Tho fact that Mr Harris wilL have per irge of the departmeuT iitsomethil1unique and whhtfu Store and Postoffice Burned Tire storehouse belonging to F P Clark of Toliver together with the stock of goods and the post office located in the same build fug were burned Monday night between 9 and 10 oclock Every thing was consumed but it is said Mr Clarks loss was partly cover ed by 2000 insurance tho goods being some 8000 or more in valuo nd the house prc K0 The postoffice loss ho n learn ed nor do we k her any registered mail was destroyed To the citizens of Hazel Green and vicinity Your attention is called to tho fact that I have sold my stock of merchandise store house and lot to John B Kash Ellis Johnson and C F Kash The firm can sell you goods very cheap as the price paid is such that they can give you the best goods at the lowest prices I have made a big success my profits having ben over 2000 since I opened up hero but declining health forced me to soil and I ask for tho new firm tho patronage of all my friends Respactfully D C MILLER JR O O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO- Oo 0- o 0 I Nursing baby 0 o 0 0mgHersystem is called upon to supplyo osg v Some form nourishment that will be easily taken up by mothers system 0 0 is needed 0o Scotts Emulsion contains the tOt 0greatest possible amount of nourish 0 ment in easily digested form g o ghelped01J t ALL DRUCGISTSi BOc AND 100 vsA-ku oM Dr Niokell reports the birthof a girl to the wife of Forest Cecil of West Hazel Green on Friday morning Feb 28th While For eat was rejoicing over the birth of his baby the news was brought to him that hip cow had found a calf and he thinks ho will have a pros porous and prolific The many yeurI Mrs A C Nickoll will regret to learn that the latter who has been in bad health for some time con tinuos critically ill being confined to her bed nearly all the time Her mother1 MrsI Meson JOIIMH of near Duynboro was with her Mon dayIThere is probably not u man on our list but claims to be a debt paying crtizon coil yet they pnj no attention to our appeals over after we offer to pay them to pay us Now you know our paper ink and printer costs us n cash outlay every week So como in and pay tip or novor again bout of being n debt paying man Wants His Name on the List Setinol Oklo Fob 20 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Uncle Spence I send you check for 1100on Traders Hank Kansas City Mo for which place my name on the mailing list of TUB HKIEAU Kindest regards to all Kpspectfully J R DKRUSK Likes It Very Much Bonny Ky Feb 28 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir I rent you check for 75y Fob 8 with the understand ing it would pay for TIlE HERALD until May and have not received the paper since If you have not received check let mo know it was on Cannel City Bank Like your prpor wy well1 Yours truly 0 P CARTER Your paper goes from here 0 K JudgeEd Dr C H Williams who has been confined to his home for soy eral weeks requests us to say that QMSBO f ivniesced tba now he can gf and attend patients if the weather is not too inclem ent to venture out Breathitt News Notes The jury in the Combs murder case on Sunday morning returned a verdict of guilty and fixed the punishment of Tohn and Henry Combs at 21 years ouch in the pen itentiary The trial had been in progress for several days and the case was given to the jury at 10 oclockv night The crime for whicu f convicted was the murder o sitThosBenton Combs who had himsSl served n term in the penitentiary for killing his brother Beside the Beech Hargis case there are five other murder cases on tho docket Jesse Eversolo was shot from ambush and killed on Langs creek Saturday night Feb 29 BEN MURPHY DEALER IN GENERAL STORESN- EOLA KY Offers the citizens in and around Hele chawn the best line of goods ever seen in this section at the price A big round dollar spent with him will bring you more in return than it would anywhere Country produce and railroad ties token in exchange for gouda and your patron age Is respectfully solicited Until you buy from him you will never know how much you cau save Tile WiQUnnstnI Bankk I WINCHESTER KY N H WITUERSPOOX President v Patti Up Cnpitnit 810000000 Undivided Irolllx I l1a000lllh Handsome Deposit of ftfovr t i i 830000000 This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and bus mesa men generally throughout East ern Kentucky and offers Its custom ers ever factllty and the most1lberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking hoot 31y- M T t 1 h- ri Jitla r cyW r t cSTialA AlegelablaPrcparationrerAssimilalirg hna tine Stomachs nndBowels of Promolc5 DigeslionCheerM ness and UestConlains neither OriulnMorphine nor Mineral NOT NARCOTIC lhrr ral ftJrilllEIPITCIlEH tin Sml- AlxfNIil ouSfu AnwwdIlwrmiot Irfi4Jtaa4Jafa- ria t rd hranrdwraarnxynv nsUp1Hun11armsCuttvulsiuttsteverish ness call Luss OF SLEEP Fnc S nile Smtnnlure or NEW YORK 1 EXACT COpy OF WRAPPER f CASTORIA I ITorInfantaand Children r II 1 fI The Kind You Have 1 Always Bought tl Bears the r SIgnature iJrr1 IFf I Ii- iOse r JI 1 For Over Years IIitucJ w HAZE REENAr DEM txJr Spring Term Opens March I lth 1908 Special attention will bo given to teachers who Wish to revir the Common Branches in preparation for Spring Examinations Tho COlRSES OF STUDY have been revised so as to NM best advantages possibly for young men and womonwh ter prepare thomsolvod for teaching or wish to prep0 CERTIFICATE or the STATE DIPLOMA The ACADEMIC COURSE well equips UK OMORE YEAR in College The Faculty is composed ofeaoherskCareful attention is given to tudffei TlITIOPEE + Incidents 500 is chai0 or the term pdmd wit and Light 200 per week + a Furnished Rooms Free Write for Catalogues i Mt Ot CARTER SecyTreastHt J pTHJCjtj r i ssu-o a V J j mattftgrewt Itofissueshould head your lli J cf cw r F TII r r ewcal subscriptions 4 A t MHDNE DOLLAR BUYt LLT tThise 1 t will for a limited timo 10 sold tb prepaid to any point in the country JL ress Peo lo are loud in praise of itnllli patriotism prompts many to buy it Why not you You will want it for your children Xri better testimony to the worth and1 success of that most admlrableorlt done for the Kentucky momitainteri way IIJ fmiml Hum this book by Wm H Hsney a mountain boy Mr Ilancy Is Ll year old he xvus born 111 Morgan County and li on excellent ex ample of sell reliance tyjiiial of his tttinly race He has conquered difficulties ofpovergypty and other hiiniiiorinu sire i istai ces lefr lug the expense of bit own education by the work nt hN liiiuU while lie was nt Hazel Sreen Aoaderuy Berea and Kentucky State College Meantime IIP has purchased a home for his father and mother nil written this 1 l jl yearTwot life as It actually Is cud to correct the wrnntr Impressions of It others have striven to foist on the public MrI Haniy tIns an historical sketch of the mountain people attributing distinguishedthetlilook mictTs fuIlv allurd Mr hooey subjects for Interesting discussion He has known mountain lite In its eilicr condlllnns PS well as In recent years when condition have forearaeathelphliijjs Mr Ilauny says iIs that It Is not only hello from beyond the mountains that is seed ell As lie suggests that If the moiintnln a who have hid the benefit of education 1 will give same of their lives to those of their blood whom they understandtter thin t eomlpuultieuMron his 111ahiJ e ptovewents the teaching ofecieatiho farming and other 1m 1 tihtgher needs of these peple who oOer such a splendid ohal1M S 1 gy education and religion CourierJournal 5100 Buys IIt Address THypostpaid 1t1 j HeIr- I y i rl 1I W 1 li Ar L as jr J Jw rc J s rt A 1 NY sYi s 1 tfI 1W1I Down fe1 041 14Tby is ille e J ythateontrols the or f I 1 Jt1itfrdigestion Pira ion and cir jfikon when you ir1tW fsiwtk nervous irri Piwk Mk it is often be n3you lack nerve I Y n lyyd the process tr pf tiling and sustain i PJiifpleas interfered with 11 I Di Miles Nervine hast aw t cored thousands of such sRnd will we believe iit liffit if not entirely lCR Ion Try it ib9i CRemm system gave away a vergoSravSeIIrdWI buutgraveot no permanent relief 1eet ail bid I had to give UP my takIng Dr Ile- awrlive r I began i Nervine In a few days I biter and I continued ye until entirely cured I MaIRtulness again and never mIss iaeq rtunlty to recommend thIs rn 10iRB W L BURKE H 0 Myrtle Creek Oregon f YeerdnWlNt sells Dr MUM Nerv IIINI WS authorize him to returnj al tlat Sot11e only If It falls C Elkhart Ind tt y a A PftOMKT EFFECTIVE ttlMEOY POll ALL FORMS OF RHEUMATISMus my YiI and III GIVE= QUICK RELIEF ApjHed butt relief e1 frompain affords white permanent result are betai effected by taking It In ternally purifying the blood dissolving Ithe poisonous substance and removing froth system DRaD LAND Of i ii iiliiu OwvIUsitits ans raalDbUAIC7tn S IDlDraD4tWt1Jen =works tD4 alto CODnl1M eau b lien IIIcIalUl bartoea- dWI SIT ib n r btlad tram JfIOn Ika eU iii lIlY pneao rkeW5Aa iIA4nc1 dlweu ill OieATIsvsfteo whitest twpit t+ m bad aetaa wau kick sass W Trouble that eta aeaaAttyret Tb moment tb y would Mretm with Willa aeasedladyn si wilentssdesAE 1 MWtnatlsm i enralgiar JCfc- 1nernri disease Write to trial bottle of SDROPS PURELY VEGETABLE ROPSIIt entirely free from opium e morphine alcohol laudanum ber similar ingredients 11M B tUe WDROPAta00Ba1 1100 jr r laky BrascUM- MMMMATJC CURE BOMMIir aV 1TaraksatreelCkkags t8S1 Buggies I fazel Craen nd this ih informed that they e+ atieew yfiretclaea buggies at home I alA P4tiilfed to furnith the beet made sled atpwwDablo prices I dont ban- Idleaaytkiig but firstclass buggies and n tkee wke want cheap claptraps will 4kki ta oeleewberoember you want a FIRST 3BDQQY one that will give silo la comfort and wear I can ttt7ai a irwrdaeeB eat my shop in Hazel Respectfullyt H ROSE RICE p RTARER DEL GREEN KY v alfino Coffins in my n pared to make snd on the moat tt alsohave Hearse ail bjirlsikiairhen 4 1 0 ii1iiiitUmLS Carelally Collated ud Concisely ChroBicled Samuel Does aged 10 years and John Hancock aged 12wore caught about midnight last Wednesday attempting to rob the postoilice at Somerset Coroner Nick Combs of Breath itt county resigned his office latQI week Until his resignation was accepted nobody eeemed to know who was coroner Tho safe in the postofiice at Sturgis was blown open one night recently and 200 in money and stamps taken It is thought to be the work of tramps Myrtle Oglesby the 17yearold daughter of William Oglesby end ed her life by jumping into a well on her fathers farm near Owens boro No cause was assigned The general store of Drinkard Co at Kirksey Galloway coun ty was destroyed by fire the other night Loss 10000 It is thought to be the work of night riders Shirley the 15yearold son of Dr W S Wilkerson of Lexington died Friday from the effects of chloroform given to relieve con vulsions caused by toxic poisoning J M Walker aged 05 years a gauger in the revenue service and father of Postmaster Walker of Lexington died suddanly at his home in Paris last Wednesday nightA mad dog ran amuck on the streets of Lexington last Friday and bit four men He ran straight out Broadway and the Harrods burg pike seven miles before he was killed Two Govingtou lads Sparks and Nortbcntt broke into the C 0 baggage room at Maysville one night recently and looted all the baggage They were caught in the act and now languish in jail Six prisonors escaped from Wood ford county jail recently by tore ing the bars of a window They had help from the outside The deputy sheriff followed oTfliorBO back andsucceeded in recapturing threw of them The derailment of a car knocked the supports from under an ele vated run at Paducah Box factory and Cora Jones sustained a frac ture of the skull and Rose Ber tram had her hip crushed and arm and leg fractured John Hamilton James Bowles and Richard Spicer are dead and Gonrge Frazier mortally wounded as tberesun of a pistol fight near Evelyn in Lee county 1 jjti IFrazierof Spicer and Hamilton was the cause of the battle The youngest boy ever incarcer ated in the Kentuoky penitentiary was taken there last Thursday by the sheriff of Harlan county He is Thomas Simpson aged 13 years under sentence to serve two years for the murder of his playmate James Turner whom he killed with a rook Dont Preach About Dome Tradea- nd at the same time aentt your orders for job printing out of town Your home printer can do your work just as good and in nine cases out of ten he can beat the city I tauii prices because be pays etidi less for running penm jSjr tending your exI printing order to this offici auJJI1t u r r 10 tff rryA r ar1L HomeTreat mentJ20 MOURNING COLORS The news that a European has been noticed in Jamaica wearing white as mourning for a relative rejcallstries to indicate reverence for the dead In fact the custom obtained late as the rein of CharlesVIII of France and In Italy too it lingered though for wo men only the men wearing brown In Ethiopia the white soon changed to gray and in Egypt to yellow China however employs it to this day Other colors have had their vogue blue for instance which even now is used in Turkey Armenia and Syria The latter signifies the heavenly region white stands for purity gray and brown typify our mother earth and black most repellent of mourning colors would seem to suggest an eternity of nightLondon Standard Light From Sugar A phenomenon the cause of which has not yet been satisfactorily explained was recently observed by a government scientist during the course of certain experiments Disks of loaf sugar were mounted on a lathe and rapidly rotated while a hammer played lightly against them An almost continuous radia tion of light was thus produced from the sugar It was shown that the light did not arise from heating of the sugar and it is believed to havo been caused by some change taking place in the sugar crystals The act of crystallization is known to be sometimes accompanied by flashes of light The practical bearing of these experiments on the question of the possibility of obtaining arti ficial light by methods as yet un tried If you are a business man did you ever think of the field of opportunity that advertising to you There is nostno limit to the possi bilities of your business if you study how to turn trade into your store If you are not get ting your share of the business of your community HurSs a reason People go where they are attracted where they know what they can get and how much it is sold for If you make direct statements in your advertising see to it that you are able to fulfill every promise youmake You will add to your business reputa tion and hold your customers It will not cost as much to run your ad in this paper as you think It is the persistent ad vertiser who gets there Have something in the paper every issue no matter how small We will be pleased to quote you our advertising rates particularly on the years bur1r Den u E T nOSE S O SAMPLE ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and CounselorsatLaw CAMPTON KY This firm will practice in all the Courts of Wolfe and adjacent counties Special attention given to Corporation Law and Real Estate Litigation Offices Second Floor Farmers and Trade rs BankS WJ JfEIRV lleBUqaarteTfi Jackson KT i BEPRESEHTISO THE JOSHG REED CO I kdt Md OHIO xetfees oIAW ettijurihYY of gaet arr MI- c gak vw4kiii9Nr Iw JP N e n 4 You naturally would efr to treat yourself alttftlstrlgr forJh tt y C trouble wouldnt yOU Well lit can be doneeNo reason why you shoiM not be able to relieve or cure of other women have done by proper use of the dulHomeTreatmenf Begin by taking WineofCarduithe wellknown female tonIc For sale at all drugstores Joe Moorhead of Archibald I Tfvrltes My wife had suffered for years from female troubles Oa your advice I gave her the Cardul Homo Treatment and nov she hardly suffers at all Sold by druggfo- telifniTC r IIC 1 I CTTCn Wi slOBsyfar frHeowo va1aaUs6fat inostislfdBookfarWoineii If you need Meolcal n lAdvkedeicnbe your synMoms satin e and win be sent In plain sealed envelope t na1 Ladles Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co ChtttanootsTean a Ut p GET RICH QUICK 101 Schemes of this class have again tome to grief along with the gullible hvestors causing serious loss to Ktnocent business concerns as is Iways the case of panics in Wall St While this last lesson is yet fresh in mind it is an opportune moment rfo consider causes and means to Ivotd like trouble in the future Direct your attention to that greatest of all Newspapers the Cincinnati Enquirer From its columns iline can readily detect the trend of Currency its lodging places by whom handled uses made of it and inal results j Again you read quotations of Bonds Stocks and Securities of very nature fixing Status of Jl Business from the retailer to United States Government Also Current News facts and re liable data covering the entire world nil sufficiently explicit to enable thinking people to avoid snags and follow the channel of success Its extra size and high price is the secret of its ability to discover obtain print and serve its patrons with all the news and cater towants of people in every calling of life the Weekly Enquirer for the year 1008 has greatly increased its Clubbing offers which now include the most select and popular publications of the day at prices slightly over half the regular Subscription rates U Do not overlook the fact that the year 1908 promises to excel in prosperity any of the past and that the inquirer printed at Cincinnati Ohio is one of the mosUreliabte sources of information WhoWill Be PresidentThis and every man must read to keep posted on politics The Ce iilitUIa1 Henry Watterson Editor Is a Democratic Newspaper but it prints the news as it develops One dollar a year is the price of the T feeId uie tuaal But you can get that paper and the- Hazel 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 6 00 a Year Sunday CourierJournal 200 a Year We can givei you a combi nation cut rate on these if you will write this paper i1t 1 a fJ fJi O j R JrC A MOST TOUCHING APPEAL falls short of its desired effect if ad dressed to a small crowd of Interested rk listeners Mr Business Man art you wasting your ammunition on the small crowd that would trade with- y u anyway or do you want to reach t those who are not particularly intef ested in your business If you jo make your appeal for trade to the largest and most intellige audience in your commutl ity the readers of tkii paper They have couat Jess wants Your ads will tlyIere Try it and see r In Presidential Year 1908 Those Who Want the TRUTH Should Read An Independent NewspaperlTHE EVENING POST DURING THE YEAR 1008 4 COSTS LESS THAN ONE CENT A DAY i KentuckyGovernors From Isaac Shelbyl to Augustus E Willsoo All of Ktntnckjrs OOTrnOrl The only complete Every true KentuckIan should have a copy In his home or omeerJUST OFF Tim PHESS li the new Kentucky map g1 a Engraved especially tor the Evening Poet at a coat of 3GOO- In 1 o addition to this uptotheminute Kentucky map and pictures of all Kin tacky Governors the complete ceniui of all Kentucky towns Is given with pictures of all the Presidents of the United States Rulers and Flag of all nations steamship routes Statistical data In addition to the above there 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