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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tlfr J 9 f i i AZEL GJMIF I I ERALi-T t f h r f i f 1 t1 0 Established March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Btory of Jonathan and His Continent by Max OTloll 0 Id 7 P A IPJCNOER Owner mod COOPER Editor The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains Ysttw j =TWENTYTHIRD YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 12 1908 KTTMBK81 Lexicon and Eastern Railway i Time Table in Effect Nov 18 1906 WEST BOUND NoJ KNo3Daily es STATtONS Dallyand- Suuday I Sunday ArrCI I 0 io atn 0 Jackson 6 l5 pm OiR Junction h 2 25 pm 7 OTam 20 BeaUrveJo 20 3 20 pm Torrent 40 3 41 pm 730 am 40 745m 44 Nat Bridge 44 3 55 pm 7 43 am Cautpton Jnntn i 3 57 pm 8 15am 57 Stanton 671428pm 8 25 am 63 Clay Clty62 435 pm 0 900am 70 LEJuncn 70 IS 07 pm 012 am 90 Wlocbelter 90 5 20 pm 965 am 04 Lexington 94 O 05 pm 1 EAST BOUND Dally Sunday No2 u I ICIICDally Sunday No4 and I PM LyeAMLye2 25 pm 0 Lexington 0 7 36 am 3 10pm40 Winchester I 20 8 13 am 8 26 325 pm iLAEJnnction pm 40 9 02 am4 00 pn 40 Clay City 4 lOpm 44 Stanton1 44 9 10 amt 94epm Campton Juntn 938 pm 45 pm 57 Nat Bridge 67 9 43 am + 4 57 pm 62 Torrent 62 9 56 am 5 18 pm 70 BeattY1e10 am 6 10 pm 90 OKJunon 7011017 am 8 16 pm 94 Jackson am I CONNECTIONS k E JutwrzVTrains Nos 12 and i iL3 will make connection with the C do 0 By for Mt Sterling CAMPTON JUNCTION Tralni Nos 1 2 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central By BEArPYVLLE for Pine jditcrioNTraloa Nos 2 and 4 will make connection at BeattyTille with the L and A Railway for p s fngen to and from BeittyTllle JCHCTIOK Tralni Noi 3 and 4 r connfct with the 0 4 K Railway for locall I atatl MoDOWELLQeenera1 0 W A Manager OaABHCOTTGenPaJi Agent i ak twIt OHIO KENTUCKY RAILWAY r Time Tablr ay 21 I9OBI n RD1 I No 33 E K Mo 21 DaUYrex dTATIONb Dally ex o SundaySunday f f PM ABB 0 27 PMABB 5 20 6 Cannel City 22 12 35 4 55 11 Helechawa 20 12 19 445 13NLee rOltYN 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 352 33MWllburat 6 11 44 310 27 OAKJunctlon 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND No34 IC No2t Daily ex STATIONS Dally U- BI101lIY Sunday I a A AMLVB PJILVB 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 7 45 19Lee City 11 1 23 824 13 Hampton 13 1 44 8 37 10 Wllhurtt 20 161 a 9 25 1 O4K Junction 22 2 25 9 30 0NJackson 27 2 30 o Mof21 and 22 will make close connectioi r at O A K Junction with Noi 3 and 4 for points on the Lexington and Eastern Rail way M ti CONLEY h Superintendent r i mouIt81R ountr81 nailroaaa a No 1 No 2- ARB1VEDEPART 000 a mCampton1130 a m 200 p m Oampton GsOOpm I Vo 2 No1 ARRIVE DEPART 7 80 amCampn JunolO 05 am 380pmCampn Juno 4 40 pin- ex i The Mountain Central makes connection with all L E passenger a trains FARM FOR SALE Y 7 a I offer for sale my farm of 100 J ltrflOres lying li miles east of Hazel lGroeD Small dwelling outhouses i and good well Terms reasonable Call on or address It H a LACY Il Pine Ridge Ky Q H WILLIAM8lI 6 ITIIOUN AND 8DKOBOK 0ftEENyi1 Ito the citi r 1fti MM Il4elfKMK MNfMlrg N rE ooooooooooooooooooocoooooo o A Losing Game 8 01 g The proposition I make is- o one that entails a big loss to- meo for paper ink labor and 0 88 10will10 g all who are behind more than o 8 ONE YEAR who will send me 0 o 150 1 will send THE HERALD g- g for 12 months and cancel the g o debt and to all who are be g g hind less than one year who Swill send me 75 cents I will g g send the paper 12 months g g Provided that all to whom g g g g 01offer01 0 8g8 price of the paper will be SI 8 g a year cash in advance In go the nome of God and human g 88ity could anything be fairer g g I hope no ono will compel g- g me to collect by law for g that case full pay Gill be inII9 quired Truly your friend 2 SPENCER Coorsn 2 8 oooooooooooooooooooooooooo CAMPTON CURRENCY f i 0G B Stamper went to Lee coun ty today on business Dr GT Center of Hazel Green is in town this morning on pro fessional business Mrs Kelly Fnlks who has been dangerously ill for the past several days is reported some better this morningMrs B Cox and Miss Minnie Hurst after attending the Sample Hurst wedding returned home Friday morning Mr and Mrs Sam Kash of Ha zel Green stopped in town Sun dayapdMpnday on their w Louisyille to buy goods Tom Wilson accompanied by his father J W Wilson returned from Lexington yesterday where he had been on business for the past week o DO Miller Jr of Hazel Green has bought the W B Duff residence on the corner of Plummer and Drake streets possession to be given in April E T Rose went to Frankfort yesterday and will be gone a week or longer He will visit Lexing ton Winchester and other Central Kentucky towns beforA returning Cal Cundiff and Jeff Edwards of Laurel were in town Saturday giving their depositions for do fondant in the case of Lena Mech ling against Wm L Hurst pent ing in the Powell Circuit court Marriage licenses were issued to the following parties since our lastletter Mar4 FrodMHobfcs and Maggie Halsey G B Rose and Lillio Swango j Mar5Levi Diokerson and Emma Tackott John Wilburn and Minnie Halo Chester A Cooper and Lillio B Hirt Mar 6J W Campbell and Maggie Ratcliff Mar 7W T Wheatley and Martha Alice Hurst March 10 S S No Use to Die I have found out that there is no use to die of lung trouble as long as you can get DrKings New Discovery says Mrs J P White of Rushboro Pa I would not be alive today only for that won derful medicine It loosens up a cough quicker than anything else and cures lung disease even after the case is pronounced hopeless This most rehab remedy for coughs and colds la gripe asthma bronchitia al hatrau ssis ii If rail heal 4 aWjJti- MI J 9 t A 0 STILLWATER SPARKLES 0Mrs George Sally is on the sick listDr Daniel Kash of Campion was stopping at S H Roses Fri day Rollin Combs of Landsaw call od to see J A Rose of Stillwater on business Friday Sirs Robert J Rose whose illness has been reported in your columns is no better D B Tyra returned home Wed nesday from Campion Junction where he had been attending to some legal business Jeff D Rose formerly of Still water has moved from Farmer Qity to Woodman III Ho writes that it is a fine country and teems to be well satisfied out there Rev Jeff Brewer who is in a logging job on Dog creek near Pine Ridge has been at the b side of his brother J E Brewer of Trent during the past week Sam Russell has installed a llot of machinery at the old water mill below the bridge and says ho will soon be prepared to do work with water power Sam is a mechanic Tfap protracted meeting which has been going on nt the Still water church house during the past two weeks is still in progress Already several additions to the Baptist church have been made and yet there seems to be a great deal of interest manifested in the causeJohn E Brewer died at his home on Laurel creek March 3 Drs Marion Center and Steve Swango were the Attending physicians nho administered to hisireed hu medicalskill failed He lily five or six days after taken sick Ho was buried ai Trent with honors of Tf 11 1 Jr 0 U A M Married at the reside one brides father J M Swango Fri day March 6 Granville Rose and Miss Lillie Swango The bride is highly in her teens while the groom is borderingclose on to fifty but is worth a little money So here is wishing theirmmiii success in all their undertakings May sorrow and trouble never cross their path way and may they be blessed with many happy and healthy little Roses March 0 DOMINGO Gatarrh Cannot Be Cured with LOOAL APPLICATIONS as they cannot r ach the seat of the disease Catarrh Is a blood or constitutional disease and in order to cure it you must take in ternal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces Halls Cutarrah Cure is not a quack medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years and is a regular prescription It is composed of the best tonics known combined with the best blood purifiers acting direrctly on the mucous surfaces The perfect combination of thetwo ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in cuiing Catarrh Send for testimonials freeF J CHENEY Co Props Toledo 0 Sold by all druggists price 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipa tion LEE CITY LOCALS Willie Arnett Trent was here Monday Mi Eli Allen koeps clearing ground for Clay Rose Robert Shockey of Trent was here Thursday G W Center Son of Belknap went to Jackson Monday R B Rose has just received a lot o wb1ae JumithtoplB k atJ lJir f AWII f I t p F r lt tJ 1b 11d 1 i I x it with hickory logs for A J Dyko at Swarts It has been raining a good deal here for the past week Have had two good tides Clay Rose is remodeling the Richard Terrill property for Scott Taylor a section hand Ben Myers of the Standard Oil Co was here Thursday He says itjs easy yet to sell coal oil J W Striklin and wife have dis solved partnership and divided the spoils This is the second time they have fallen out Floyd Arnett of Neola was hero Wednesday and Thursday on busi ness He informed us that he had bought a 170aore farm on Grassy CreekJ A Graham passed through here Tuesday en route to his mill on Johnson He will load a c f fir stock Wednesday fort 1 A 11 Tucker of Georgetown is in this section buying cows He wants 70 head but so far has only bought 18 He will ship the first car Tuesday Mrs May Rose and two daugh ters left Tuesday for Watauga where she recently purchased a farm adjoining the farm of her father Ambrose Nickell March 9 A R Best Healer in the World Rev F Starbird of East Ray mond Maine says I have used Buckleus Arnica Salvo for several years on my old army wound and other obstinate sores and find it the best healer in the world I use it too with great success in my veterinary business Price 25c at all dealers LACY CREEK LINES j o fc tfge Frpzier and brother HflBirifiitKl Tnj ij Sunday Morton Swango visited his sis ter Mrs Alice Rose at Stillwater Saturday and Sunday George Carson spent Saturday with Uncle Jim Lacy it being the hatters 82ndbirthday- Ahroso SwangOjof Stanton the father of Mrs Southey Lacy of Lacy creek is very low with spinal curvaturei i Mrs Southeyt Lacy left Wednes day for Powell county to visit her father who is in very poor health Her brother Harlan Swango went with her On the Gth day of last December A P Lacy gave Southey Lacy no tice to vacate and remove all her personal property which she will do on the 21st of March 1008 John Wilbur of Swango Springs was married last Friday evening to Miss Minnie Hale He pulled off his shoes and socks rolled up his breeches above his knees and took unto himself a helpmate the second time March 9 S E T 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 precious than jewels Try thorn for headache biliousness const pation and malaria If they dis appoint you the price will be cheer fully refunded at all dealers Erastus Brooks of Hazel Green passed through hero last Saturday on his way to visit his daughter Mrs Tennie Spencer at Tabor THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD has beerironJargQd to a 6column papor arid the price raised to one dollar l 000lc1lprit4Oxti j fii rJtriM 4 r1 t f TJIj rjmOP t MURPHY FORK MINUTES o Davo Ross paid Campton a fly ing visit Monday Loring Niokell is on the sick list at this writing Jannie Creekbanm is sick with measles at this writing Born Thursday March 5 to the wife of Melvin Tackett a girl John Harvey moved from Nan nie to Bill Murphys last week Ben Murphy was sick Sunday and Monday with a racking pain in the side- Bertha and Man ford Tojiyer of Nannie passed through our village Tuesday en route to Hazell Green Miss Oua Murphy visited her uncle Jorry Murphy on Black water and friends at Ezel Friday lLast week Henry and Ira NoHe made a business trip tr ClI M J visited their uncles wiiilo there Frank Murphy of the village of Jericho near Ezel was a guest of his nephew Henry Murphy last Sunday Dave Banks and Harlan Taul bee practical fence builders are putting up a long string of fence on the Ben Murphy farm Buford Murphy who has been on the sick list for two weeks is up again Dr Marion Center did the trick Tliver papers please copyDave Banks was at the home of Bon Murphy Sunday night Of course ho had his banjo with him and furnished some excellent mu sic for the folks Jack Frakes the boss teamster of Neola was in our neighborhood Saturday and Sunday As ho is matrimonially inclined we think 1 ljeis scouring tho country for a etra sate il7r7mile t uld be have run up against anything We await developments March 9 TULIP 1 Good for Everybody Norman R Coulter a prominent architect in the Delbert Building San Francisco says I fully en dorse all that has been said of El eotrio Bitters as a tonic medicine It is good for everybody It cor rects 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 50c at all dealers MIZE MITES 0 Dudley Hughes recently moved to the farm of Clay Murphy John Chaney made a hurried trip to Hazel Green Saturday Miss Bertha Cecil visited her sister Mrs James Lewis Sunday John Carter of Greasy creek passed through our town Sunday Kit Philips and wife and Rolla Henry will leave Monday for Bed ford la- George Jackson bought a horse from Miles Yocum one day re cently for 85 Bud Little the cattle merchant bought a cow from Jack Rose last Saturday for 20 Dawson Bishop was a guest of Boone and Boyd Jackson Saturday night and Sunday Miss Annie E Havens n fair student at H G A came home Saturday on account of ill health Rev John L Ferguson visited his sons inlaws Joe Cundiff and Floyd Long Saturday and Sun daycLMarsh 9ATA Y- i rt- t LANDSAX3JLC01IICIU et 4 Sam Rurchfejd bought a cow from Jaybirfpljy for 20t Two men frOHivGjBorfutown were 4I ywingBorn on the Okll tb thetwifeok f John Lane aJboy and to tho vife of Sam Ptof1Uragirl Hiram WhismW one day last week sold a howajat Camoton for 100 and boigbhaothir or5r A protracted nwr njiyf going 1 on at ahlaseral froBK this neighborhobi5JHaTe bton eto tending Sarah Banks daughter of Brook Combs diction tne4Wii gp1rra J M Taylor V Slae raabelugr cared for bytliercallgtY iWe i i JHenry1 ed his eon ial Cnat Tlbrrind bought a nice akehibf ei4L1 a e orpe w tqfilm John Brower of Ltir Wednesday the 4th of so like look of the bowetlJfHfburied by the Jampr r4ic 4 Curtis 1fRIttermerchants of this section one t4 J llast week and took dinner with E kJTKashMiss Sarah Combs who hasboenwt teaching the children ot NtjCombs has closed her work amd tlIi gone home MrV Comlsaysthe children have done well Married on the 6thLovi flicks ison of Carter coirity and Miass ti EmmaTnckett on the Gth Granr ville Rose and Miss Lillie Swaogo t We wish them all success and f1ira J fpincss t1 if Marchh 9 ANON iifc ft 1f 1 IlAUOnJlllllDLi 0J T neaiti bpugbt a T 21 COWffOtr lantor t 1 yr week for 2760 flPDtMortLumPierattgoidbisJaiplMtr week to BrnceNick ll forhMrs Frona Nifailj r port doa the sick listjaafeweekvia M1jJw Mrs Marth Nickcll died lot Wednesday after A lingering UP nose Charley Han Htpn whoh sbeen residing noaVlinoboster haare rjflfi turned homo lJeOoleSS fVV Wra 1 We extona cougratnlationi Asa Pierattji wife and K PtXr turned Thurad irQIR IUygoiti where theyJa Jpna toIooa1e and not beiiD eaij n oamn aok M lt1n r to old KenturiMarch 9 1 i z CYaiij uaOPI Winch tiAr J i Spencer Oooyarp HJuif GretM fits =Jt Dear Friead y Plilttee BeeoU sif paper to Wineheptor Ey jDi J No8 instwdjofc Lelity Book regards to ypf san WrauCooBertf tYours tnUyjrst tr- yrNIQLLA i CamtbuxyMrgh 8 C Dear Sir ii 1 uYilplteaee tiara- for my anbeeripaion tO Thlz H2ALD at Jaok6eaft Iataae tlktn t JOampton 1n4isveryetzelv tw- J tr UXKIl1ILJaNII ii- Mi1 h11fwaq 44IyyvMwpltgr Spencer Cojllesyj1t 1 DearJ3il30 ld tc- hegiPjTr 1WI if er1S 1 rJr pap 4 Jifto yppf f Iall well1 t TVt FOf iP S r- l 1 J f FE HElAtD vreititthe H iel Oren Post Neiaiaadoramatteri 1 JQ GHflI Editor f f F HAZKLCREEN KY dftSDXY Mar 12 1908 r y i fSt V L ANNOUNCEMENTS 5JSBM1T COURT JUDGE anw4 1Jii Nttn1lle as a candidate for I JudicialI5 iJHIblica putty s IJ 3r t miioiinrEAiTMs ATTORNEY it I= We are authorized to an rSnoiince A Hi Stamper of Commontfrrj IlltrJ t to fill the unexpired termsub riitrf to the action of the Democratic fPiri1 Wet I are authorized to asbonnce IM1 1ls Kelly Hub of Jackson as a tr inmate for Comsaon wealthyAttorney r for the 2rd Judicial DiitHctrBubject to the action lUtenepabllcaD party- V i t= m PmT COURT CLER- KWiiiHtiiithorired to announa s JiQtNW Linden of0411 t fltlIIE4 4a ifarjhe office of Circuit of Wolfe county subject to = tic primary OUATi CLERK r We are authorized to announce WeB TOTT as a candidate for j offiee of County Court Clerk of Wolfe wtr subject to thactionof the Dem ratic pasty tfXUERIFF H We reauthorized to announce Roy HHITH as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Wolfo county subject to the action of the Democratic iarty- r fOR JAILER are authorized to announce YEOWeP Dyer as a candidate for offiee of Jailer of sub ct to the action of the Democratic par i FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announces D B Tyra of Stillwater as a Mtdiiate for Assessor of Wolfe county jrobject to the Democratic primary r THE Democrats of Danville and fcytPerryville both in the B ty district tar illard hanged him in effigy last week Lillard ky it will be remembered is the rene vgade who bolted the nomination oi Gev eckham and voted with y the RepnbHcanB to elect Hon Wm O Bradley to the United W states eonato I and the feeling Iagainst himathis home in D- anE yjlle is very bitter i1t4DGov Beokham when he 1 discovered an element against hiti elebtion withdrawn from the race +pin favor of 0ol John R Allen tfjFyitto county who could easil y yiiiwe been elected and who would f have proved the peer of any man fit in that august and dignified body ItI jhewouldhave BO endeared him HVv PfU totDemocratic party thatt s jftjtbj future would have proved his j gwiiioal fortune In a word had i Ji withdrawn he could have had ij eoatbf PaynterV toffalor the ask t J JfcJtonljLhave been no firhis successor without the f pertof asking for the place But ytewa8 Per istently bullheaded and i y Jjaftis own defeat brought defeat il upartYiD revenge Lillard i etad others Are being malgned for JeWiBf br Bradley but Mr Beck LXi h misttheinan who gave them jJtMiij Bright of way and at the same time aompassed the defeat of ii it9olAllen M valiant a Democrat l JHKl allaround gentleman as ever IK raft a ballot a f WtweviB a feud has broken J4L tin the mountain counties the g 9piM central and western oftff0 leBSDe si Aye ftto maliciou- skhestto make pJijdii 1 L that haveformed since Kentucky became a state thero has not been aa much destruction of property as the tobacco night riders accom plished at Hopkinsvillo and a few other places Ncr did any of the feudists ever seek to injure people not connected with one or the other side of the feud as have the night riders Those engaged in the feuds were after people who had done them some injury or whom they had reason to believe bad dons so and they went open ly about their work of revenge never resorting to the mask to hide their features Tehy were in what they conceived to be the right and went boldly about their business Briefly in a few short months the night riders destroyed more prop erty and wantonly at that and created more hell than all the feuds of Eastern Kentucky since the state government was founded RECIPE FOR RHEUMATISM t Directions to Prepare Simple Tet Remarkable Rome Mixture There is so much Rheumatism here in our neighborhood now that the following advice by an eminent i authoritywho writes for read ers of a large Eastern daily paper will be hignly appreciated by those who suffer Get from any good pharmacy onehalf ounce Fluid Extract Dan delion one ounce Compound Kar gon three ounces of Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla Shake these well in a bottle and take in tea spoonful doses after each meal and at bedtime i also drink plenty of good water It is claimed that thero are few victims of this dread and torturous disease who will fail to find ready relief in this simple homemade mixture and in most cases a per manent cure is the result This simple remedy is said to strengthen and cleanse the elimi native tissues of the Kidneys so that they can filter and strain from the blood and system the poisons acids andwaste matterwhich cause not only Rheumatism but numer ous other diseases Every man or woman here who feels that their kidneys are not healthy and actives from iin e whatever state to make up this mixture as His certain to do much good and may save you from much misery and suffering after awhile Our home druggists say they will either supply the ingredients or mix the prescription ready to take if our readers ask them Hes a Candidate Campton Ky March 0 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Friend Cooper You will find enclosed check on Farmers and Traders Bank Campton Ky for I 100 PJease mark my subscrip tion up to wherever you think it ought to be As I am a candidate counltypaper in the near future I will be expecting your help along with everybody else for the place which you know all are or will be for me Respectfully W B DUFF Enjoys Reading It THE MAPLES R F D No3 Arkansas City Kas Mar 1 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir Enclosed find the wherewith for one year for your paper from the 28th lust as I believe that is the date my subscription is out 1 enjoy reading THE HERALD and especially the items from Lacy creek that being my home in my younger days Wishing THE HERALD its editor and his better seveneighths and all Kontuokians success and hap piness I remain MRS F M VAUGHN What ShallI Wi Have for Dessert Try JELLO the dainty appetizing eco inomlcal deuert Can be prepared instautly simply add boiling water and serve when Flavored Just right sweetened jest right perfect in every way4 A lea package makes enough dessert for irlarpe family All gro cerrsell 1IU Dont a Vpfipbstitnte JELL O eoapllM with t ore fled Jaws clean 1 CkH4tIdaTIJrlrJ l J rtiit iIbrj L t u i SoloThep ford an L y of what may be accomplished thru School Improvement Leagues They have been organized in more than one thousand Maine commu nities and have enrolled about sixty ih usaud members The State Superintendent of Public Schools says of them IThe Leagues have developed higher standards They have em phasized in each community that the local school is entitled to the best physical surroundings to a good working equipment of books and apparatus and to an attract ive schoolroom 2The Leagues have brought the home and the school nearer to each other Tlroy have sought to join these two in educational one denver They have succeeded 8The Leagues have omphaeizea selfhelp They have taught per sonal responsibility They have fostered a care for public property They have increased loyalty to the local school The have made edu cation seem moro desirable because they have helped to show its obs- t4The Leagues have increased school attendance to n remarkable degree both in numbers and regu larRy In order that one may be come actively interested in any enterprise he must be set at work for that enterprise 6The Leagues have magnified the common school which stands at the foundation of all education al institutions They have En larged its importance in the minds of the people They have made it stronger and more efficient in strumentality 6The Leagues have transform ed bare unattractive places of drudgery into rooms with home like conditions They have curtained windows tinted smoky walls freshened old1 furniture cleaned untidy floors hung pictures provided stands for books flowers and ornaments These things have made the school rooms homelike and pleasant and the school has meant more to the chil dren because of them 7lhe Leagues have improved sthool grounds They have aged relentless warfare against tp oSfji imps and rooks agai gaunt out against slimy paths and standing pools They have laid out lawns planted gardens set out trees and shrubsmade gravel pathsscreeued outhouses They have changed the forlorn and repulsive into things of beauty In this work civic clubs granges and womens organizations have aided The press of the state has given its help Magazines of na tional circulation as the Youths Companion and Review of Reviews have taken up and advocated this work throughout the entire coun try8The Leagues have furnished libraries which in many instances have become the public libraries for adults as well as for children They have themselves purchased about one hundred thousand vol umes extendIKentucky CA Sr0DX Bean totheKlad You flare sloeJS BtaPt Blgottve YPof Bankruptcy Notice IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT- OF KENTUCKY In the matter of George W Centers Son bankruptIu Bankruptcy- To the creditors of George W Centers Son of Belknap in the County of Wolfe and District aforesaid a bank ruptNotice is hereby given that on the 29th day of February A D 1908 the said George W Centers Son was duly adjudicated bankrupt i and that the first meeting of the creditors of said George W Centers Hop will be held at the law office of B A Chiles in Mt Ster ling Klon the 21st day of March A D oclock in the forenoon at 190fat the said creditors may at tend prove their claimsj appoint a trus tee examine tie bankrupt and transact such other buaineMM sixty properly come before itietligttyrQ March 71908 QO1t rIiV Mef+tnte +pmy J I i iw frT i uite a nice Bunch of local hews VB put in the postoflico for us on Wednesday morning but was not received until the regular mail hour that evening too late for this issue Had it come Monday or Tuesday it would all have appeared and been appreciated very much by us and hundreds of readers This paper was in typo when the Grassy Creek correspondence came but it will appnar noxt week If the writer will send in his favors Monday we raft always use thorn and will be proud to have them John Caudill of Cannel City Wheeler of South Liberty and Elbert Testerman three young men students of H G A are now boarding with Mrs Hal Smith but this week visiting their homefolks Hal Smith has bought the lot where Bro Derthicks house was burned and is preparing to build a handsome little cottage soon Thousands Hail Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it How To hind Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twentyfour hours a sediment or set tling Indicates an 3 unhealthy rends r vfilon of the kId- neysV If It stains Your linen It U evidence of kid ney trouble too J frequent desire to pass It or pain In the back Is also convincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of order What to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so SwampRootwish In curing rheumatism pain In the back kidneys liver bladder and every part InabilitytopasslncItwine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extra ordinary effect of SwampRoot b soon realized It stands the highest for Its won derful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the test Sold by druggists InSOc andli sizes You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful discovery and A book that tells more about It both sent absolutely free by mall address Dr Kilmer Dome et smopftoo wrttlngmen1IoDDorft make any mistake but remember tL name Swamp Root Dr Kilmer SwampRoot ana the address Blngaamton 1Of on every onl- lleCeci1LQ9O TEIE JIllInBIC The CecilLong Millinery have received their stock of fall and win ter ladies furnishing goods hats latest creation both trimmed and untrimmed latest frames and trimmings Also a complete line of dress goods and trimmings readymade skirts shirt waists silks underwear hosiery gloves and the finest line of ladies and childrens cloaks ever on display in Hazel Green The ladies are requested to call and see before buying Our stock comes from the fore most firms of Cincinnati and you are sure to get the latest styles in everything when you buy from us Respectfully CECIL LONG An Ordinance- At a regular meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Town of Hazel Green Ky March 2nd 1908 the following ordinance was enacted viz If auy person or persons be guilty of discharging firearms on any of the streets or alleys in raid town or within two hundred and fifty 260 yards of any res- Idence within the incorporate limits of the town of Hazel Green Ky they shall upon conviction bo fined FIFTY DOLLARS 6000 for each offence except said shooting be in defence of ones self fam fly or property or slaughtering property for provisions JOHN H QilJ CkaiTMalr m Utr4 QllrSES 71L J La- belSpring ICLOTHING SHOULD hwithbeing firstu itSSingle threepiece prices rangingJfrom 1000 A H Sr1 JEPEE- CJi1VdPTON Y H F PIERATT President E F CECIL VicePresat MARION KNIGHT Cashier S G SAMPLE Attorney iyitctl 1500000 tq iai ii iL iitiii iiiDIRECTORS PHILLIPS KASH MPRPHY PIEKATT CECIL Ii Rankeollcltstlre aMGiinlssfMsrchsnU Farmemr traders Business within the of legitimate A NHW MILLINERY DRESS MAKING ESTABLISHMENT miSSOS Naou aiiiijOVER KASH SAMPLESy HAZEL GREEN KY Misses MAPEL TROY Anncunte to ladies of Hazel Green surrounding that they have just opened an uptodate Millinery Dress artisticallytrimmed pleasetheaddition millinery business which includes latest trimmings we havo Dress Making Department complete with WaistsSacksstore we assure that yourselfSolioitingMAPEL TROY W HENRYHeadquarters Jackson Ky- EliPBESENTINO THE JOSEPH REED CO Wholesale Goods Notions PORTSMOUTH OHIO Solicits the of the merchants Eastern Kentucky guarantees quality goods orders for u ROSES SAMPLE ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and CpunselorsatLaw CAMPTON This practice in all Courts of Wolfe adjacent counties Special attention given Corporation Lay BealEil8te Litigation WaaeaA leor psrgrerr IfJtJ S L t i T j Collar f 1 rn + occupy yourat right now The quality the consideration price NEXT S it 4- ttedtwo or Double Breas i snits IrI I to 181D C1 gtoclt F M R A T M LEE H E ONEY H F J P ROSE BEN E F This and Men generally Most Liberal Terms limits banking I AND i the and the coun try and In to the all the a Samples and you all our goods are firstclass J S G Dry and trade of and prices and of Hold him E T G z KY firm will the and to and oil i J acid- 1 p r i c t I1 1 t 4t at BHN MURPHY M i DEALER IN GENERAL STORESf NEOLA KY Offers the citizens in and around Hole chawa the best line of goods ever seen in i this section at the price A big round dollar spent with him will bring you moro in return than it would anywhere 1ritltCountry produce and railroad ties takes in exchange tar goods and your patron f ageSa reepectfully solicited r Until yes aI r bay frobip you will never know pallif1- Cb T6ii aNp alive t t rl T f if a 1fc i y TP NSa I jY1 r A tIi 6l L I urr 7r1dJhilU i 3 Physician I I thefrorldr he family physician Consult Ifbenroat bronchial tubes or takingflyerstake it or not as he says W publish our banal W btnlth alcohol tram our mao1N geTsdeetor to ous attacks slckheadiches Indices tllin constipatIon dIzzy spellsthese InactiveWierAyers Pills in these cases The dose li small one pill at bedtime =tUt bJUPeJO AyfOe LowU Xu THE HERALD Anyone wishing to buy a good 200 razor can get one at 100 as lofag tae they last by applying at this office tf oB- Misth ICIiC oX = f ihs Kind You Haw Ilea tgIit Blgutnn of Dr Taylor Center reports the birth of a boy to the wife of Mel vin Taokett of Grassy creek on Thursday March 6IPeople suffering from lame back will find Dr D P Ordways plas ters a ready relief Sold by Dr J H Stamper Hazel Green E T Kash the merchant prince of Land saw was in town yester day visiting his sons at the acade my and his brother 0 F Kash James Perkins of Lacy creek on Tuesday moved to a farm near by and belonging to his fatherin law Ed F Cecil of Grassy creek where ho will raise a crop A pound party was given Tuesday f night to Claud Day and wife but it was not as generally known as it should have been for THE HERALD was not represented Frank Johnson Jr or Little Frank as his friends call him hastl5n confined t his homeJ wit ln ra we kst Dr Nickell is attending him aud he said Tuesday that he was about holding his own OUK IB OO XIX them ty BtfUtOM of dUghtButler Hughes and wife of Pom oroyton visited Dr and Mrs AC Niokell parents of Mrs Hughes over Sunday Butler returned home but the weather being nn propitious Nevada remained for a few days Arthenal Lyons of Wellington died Monday night at 11 oclock of tuberculocus aged about 21 He is said to have been engaged to one of our most charming young ladies and she has the sympathy of all opr citizens In the new state of Oklahoma the governor is a printer editor one state senator is an old time printer there are three printers and twentythroe printer editors in the legislature and the com missioner of labor is a printer Henry Gilly is quito ill with pneumonia and his mother Pop Ross 19 having a hard time to care for him and at the same time keep the pot boiling She just cant do it and now charitably disposed citizen here have a chance to die play their milk of human kind ness and give an object lesson in Christianity Sam Hash and wife left Sunday t by way pf Campton for Louisville where Mr Kash will purchase a spring pad summer stock of dry f M goods and notions for tho firm of 4 Kash Sample of which ho is the senior member of the firm Mrs yr Rash accompanied him for company and will assist in selecting the dress good and other forbelons N I that enLrinto the makeup of q- 7idj RuntJ p P l f 1 l iA tter r 7 I V f 1 ally Mirpel andPeftrl an the millinery and g establishment under tho flr nMme of Mapel Troy loft Sunday for Louisville where they will work in the wholesale millinery establishment of Joseph Baird Jon for the next two or three weeks Tho experience they will thus gain will bo of incnlcul ap benefit to their customers because they will be thoroughly up tdduto as to styles in trimming hats and be prepared to give their patrons the very latest Miss Falay Long who is now sole owner of the CecilLong millinery being indisposed visited her father and family at Salem the latter part of last week and a few days at the front end of this in hopes of recuperating But she still felt unequal to the task of buying and therefore Mr and Diva Robert Cecil will leave Mon day for Cincinnati to buy a new stock for her millinery store She asks all who are interested to wait for her display Misses Ellora Treadway Eliza both Sample Emma Sample and Stella Manker a bevy of beauties all dressed in white swooped into our office Saturday afternoon with the announcement that they wore tho harbingers of spring They brought sunshine to the office and cheerfulness was present during their stay and still lingers by the way Come again girls we are always proud to see you The announcement was made by one of our correspondents recently that Milt Lykins had sold out at Pekin and the inference was that Milt would at once move to the bluegrass But such is not the case He will not move until next month and then he will go to a farm on Brush creek this side of Mt Sterling where heKvill graze a lot of young cattle He was here Saturday and told us so Harlon Stamper who has been working at the Suowden saw mill oh Lacy crook Monday resigned his job and on Tuesday left for his home at Stanton his father Am preIcarious health as to make his pros er p imperative He subscribed lOiTi= k HERALD however befolII ho lefldcan thusTieiaYfonfhiB friends hereabouts every week Mrs Greonberry Robinson of our town is seriously illl with pneu monia He condition was so critical Tuesday night that Dr Nick ell her attending physician spent the night by her bedside Carl the little son of C F Kash and wife is alto quite ill of pneumo nia and he is another patient of Dr Nickell who thinks he has his case well in hand Judging from the display that he is making in this paper A H Stamper of Campton is cornering the clothing trade of this county or trying to do so As will be soon he carries a full line of the Shield brand clothing and is selling at low prices Dr Taylor Center on Monday bought of D 0 Miller Jr his residence lot and garden spot the consideration being 1500 The place is an elegant little hbme and the situation eligible I E holiday Spree J r AiMuoMitit Last fall a Sunday School Asso elation was held fortlho benefit of the Sunday School work of our county by Bro Vaughn at Hazel Green which was very instructive and inspiring to the work Though this work has been very much neg lected this association chose the undersigned to look after and superintend it So we will endeavor to have a Sunday school organized in each school district in our coun ty and wish that active work begin at once Lot the good people of each district see that there is a Sunday school organized say the first Sunday in April We will try to visit every school in the county in the near future We hope this work will have the sym pathy ot all good people In Wolfe county If we can be of any service to you in helping to organize or carry on the work feel free to call on us H H SWANGO Pres M 0 CARTER Secy Death of Mrs Callie V Day Mrs Callie V Day widow of L M Day died at her home in Beatty ville on Wednesday March 4th She was for many years a sufferer with asthma and for the last few days of her illness she bad pneu monia She was 63 years of age and had for many years been a consistent member nt the Metho dist churchBeattyville Enter prise Mrs Day was well known in this section she having lived at Days boro which town was founded by her husband for many years Sho had many friends in and around Hazel Green who will mourn her demise in sincere sorrow Shehas a son who is a captain in the reg ular army Clarence Day He was en route to her bedside when she died nor did he arrive in time to attend the obsequies owing to mis conneetionsCooperHart On Thursday night last Chester Cooper of Louisville and Miss Lillie Hurt of our town were mar ried at the Christian church Rev H J Derthick performing the cer emony Almostas soon as the bridal couple reached the home of the brides parents Charley Hurt and wife bells began to ring and lhtens to toot and the charivari was no inderisiontbut simply fora little amusement and to cheer the happy couple in the start of lifes journey The bridal party left Friday for Louisville where the groom is in business WantedWe want to purchase delivered not later than June 1st to our mill on Laoy creek 100000 firstclaBs 27 23 and 18 inch staves According tc the provisions of a contract which we made when timber was at the highest we flan pay you more for rough staves than can be realized for same dressed and delivered to New York at the present time Anyone who can make a few thousand or even a feWbnndred will do well to write or call and see the undersigned J B HOLLON SON The sale of the personal effects of K H Murphy deceased will be held at his late residence Saturday March 21 For particulars se bills printed at this office OOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOO Dont neglect your cough oStatiticaiCItalone over 200 people die every week from io consumptionJMfito o And most of these consumptives might 0ggicough or cold of jilT IffJ t J i J yYo i cr r iL lr 1 t j j i lc Frov tile Wild Hi st Myrtle Point Oreg 0 My Dear Cooper Nutac cuse mp of being la renlostato agent but wo have lettuce In the garden big enough to use and it is no trouble to get a mess ogreons and volunteers at that And there are apples still hanging on the trees in tho orchard There wero just lots of them up to January and I used to gather them for Ra zor the pig Thut saved handling them twice and to save time is to lengthen lifo I learn hy TilE HERALD that my good friend Jimmie Brown is back in Hazel Green I have never forgotten his Ode to Delinquency which runneth this wise How strange Ills that friends depart and foes remain And those without money will nsk for n loan And promise to pay by the end of tho weekBut generally wait for the snow and the sleet If Jimmie could amend without spoiling the rhyme ho might say that some will defer payment till the robins nest again- I hope you will have no trouble in collecling the enclosed check and put the money in circulation and see if we cant relieve the financialstringency We a welland thats say ins a wi With Aifld regards to Mrs Coot er yourself and everybody else remain your respectable friend JUDGE LUSK CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signaturoof e Dr G M Center hands us the following record of births since his last report To the wife of John W Burcham of Gillmore creek Sunday March 1 a still born girl to the wife of William Powell of Grassy creek Monday March 2 a girl to the wife of Dan Davidson near Daysboro on Friday March 6 a girl Still on the Carpet ARKANSAS CYPRESS SHINGLE Co Little Rock Ark March 2 Uncle Spence y1 ed I Id you York extti for 150 which will renew my sub scription to the dear old HERALD for two years beginning March 1 1908 and expiring March 1 1010 I am still in the metropolis of Arkansas known as thlOity of Roses and have now been here so long it seems that I can not get away I have been with the above named lumber firm for five years and am classed with other Hoo Hoes known as the Black Cats or the Best People on Earth When you next take your vaca tion take a little run out to Little Rock and I will show you as good a time as a lumberman knows how and to give you a little encourage ment will say that they are classed in this country as jolly good fellows and will always go the limit Kindly remember me to allmy dear old friends of that clime and when you see any of my lady friends tell them that I am not yet married but still on the carpet- I would be glad if you could join my Sunday school class some Sun day and show you what beautiful girls Arkansas grows With best wishes to you and Aunt Sallie I am Your old friend EDWARD 0 DAY The friends of Carl Mize of- Hazel Green will bo pleased to hear that his condition has much improvedsince ho went to Florida Mt Sterling Advocate Claud Day and wife accompau ied by Miss Lou Ward and little Alvin Da spent Saturday and Sunday with the family of JW- Oox of Toliver J M Tibbs moved to ono of tho Pieratt cottages on the hill Wo welcome him and his family to our little town John Ward and wife who have I beau on the tick lit for twojreeki lire ftbfoJ to bront again i ft JI I IwTlio Kind You Have Always Bought and which has boa In use for over 30 years has borne the signature of rt and has been made under his perIsonal decoivoyouInthMYY Allowno ono to AH Counterfeits Imitations anti Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger tIle health of Infants nud Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It 10 Pleasant Itrcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic mibstance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms nud allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep = Tho Childrens Panacea Tho mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS A Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have AlvaysBql8Jlt In Use For Ove Year WJ THC CINTAUH COMMNT TTMUIIIUV rEWr0leorR 2ti Kash Johnson KashtI R fJII Kii iw E Ka h i CECIL BROS Headquarters for Boots Shoes Is headquarters for Shoes Ladies and Gents and the finest line ever seen in Hazel Green Our Ladies Dress Goods Domestic Notions c are latest in pattern and the finest in fabric and in Groceries F we carry eyerything thats good Give us a trial and prove the truth of this +ONE DOLLAR BUYS TftO mountain People of Kenluckg rf This popular book which is now in itrfourth edit will for a limited time be sold for 100 the copy postage prepaid to any point in the country Press and people are loud in praise of it told patriotism prompts many to buy it Why not you You will want it for your children No better testimony to the worth and success of that most admirable work done for the Kentucky mountaineers may be found thou this book by Wm nHaney mountain boy Mr Haney is 23 years old he was born in Morgan County and is an excellent ex ample of self reliance typical of his sturdy race lie has conquered difficulties ofpoter ty and other hampering circumstances defraying the expense of die own education by e the work ot his hands while he was at ilazel preen Academy flues and Kentucky State College Meantime he has purchased a home for his father and mother halt written this I td yearTwo life ns it actually Is mid to correct the wrong impressions of it others bave striven to fold attributingto I them Social conditions Feuds Industries Education Politics Religion and the Out look successfully afford Mr Haney subjects for interesting discussion He bas known mountain life in its earlier conditions ns well as in recent year when conditions have been son iwhat improved great as is still the need for more improvement and for earnest help from the outside world beyond the mountains Though indeed one of thewiseit + things Mr Haney nays Is that it is not only help from beyond the mountains that is need ed As he suggests that if the mouutaln people who have had the benefit of education will give some of their lives to those of their blood whom they understand better than alien teachers could do this will be a decided gain for the mpuqlalncommuufcfej Mr llaney writes In a direct style in good engllih that reflects credit both 6n tie own industry and his teachers He is intelligent sympathetic optiMb tad loyal ilee his considerations of the mountain people He recognuea J eM eM B3uttIal lat 1 provements the teaching ofscientific farming and other Immediate l a4 the PIIYo tiT 100 Buy Jt Address Tilt i iQrt- rpoditN ice N MII I Iif J J1 go fJ y S v M XAvfr c L fe J si I101 r f a e iift i Th1 1- Suer r ffJ t mjftifu fromrNJ e rpain ti anpau e pr Miles Anti ll PaiPihs will relieve it rahdleave no bad after l i ftICbJ Thats the impor It f Wiirt thing Neither do J lisp create a habit More often the attacks become leis frequent or disappear 1toJilir Dr Miles nfarPain Pills have not other effect except to re eyepain and quiet nerv OU jtt11ta tion K rfv are never without Dr Miles AHMPatn Plll My husband and Tcjwa d15 were always subject to C J I rt Icat headache until we began Vising t Pr them theiw up JftfientrelyDontthinkrthey i havebtUlto use them for six months t JIreem endtheni to every one A Weeks ago I heard an old lady 7 yitrlexd wagck I went to see her t wag down with LaQrlppe and litt e Hy crazy with awful backacher l paveker one of the AntiPain Pills J1 Tu3CMkl alert another for her to take In 1ir rt time They helped her right TS WgO MMt she says she will never be 1 ettt them again Last winter my feunband was taken with pluerlsy ons betp aides sari I know he would have died It Jt hadnt been for the PIUs Ja tew than half an hour he wan t jswe He Tond went to bed and V x r MRS O n Ohio f Auitlnburg h c Veur druggist sells Dr Mlles Anti jiW+ nWn Pills and we authorize him to It onlyyM1I It It fall to benefit you fAtfn Mikf Medical Co Elkhart Ind IciJMESII LUMBAGO SCIATICA y NEURALGIA and KIDNEY TROUBLE111- IKtakcumarmuyridethoblbod of tile plsooou maUor lId acids whlcb d dlscaeesrrr snIrellefirompalnwblleapermancalears blood diesolring the poisonous gas 08 au remo11IIt I t from Lbe m i i U BL elrrt aaugorortotsnumber or Jean armsSLar from medlel wort lid auo eonsultalg wwufWt ustbi relliti Croft ttrqWl Iball prrrlbIIlaICYPnotk 1erMueltlmadXladreddlsaaa LFREEare auUerllllt with Rheumstlcm Klane7 Trouble or any hill t 1U write to UI for a trim bottl0 and test It roureelf NIMPSean be USed any ltnctb of r srhkoataequidna1 a drug habi- tsaltlaentirelrireeof opium coc- ainet eobol laid rum dn9 other stmllu- ynt ets- j peteatta Gonn eec coni- Prgatebytrr WeetHEIIIAil CJ1 as frrk ee loo Lao street 4L1caoSr ti t LiiBURgi8sfBuggi8SI I tJh W r fhe citizens of Hs2fcl Green and thin vicinity are herewith Informed that they i can now buy firstclass buggies at home Iitm prepared to furnish the best made and at reasonable prices I dont Lou idttinytWDg hut drat class buggies and tbaoe who Want cheap claptraps will C f flays tb go elsewhere 4 f WBemember if you want a FIRST vOLASS BUGGY one that will give a iMtkfactioii Iii comfort and wear I can 8u Ply 70tU v Call and see me at my shop in Hazel Green Beepecifully JOHN H ROSE r GEORGE RID- EijNJDEBTAKER 1 i feSEl GREEN KY Waidrfjre tleyeral fluo Collins in my r y a BbeI andprepared to make tliy Atylo rind on tho most Rh tT also have f 4 v some Hearse d ll burialht + n XJeblio jatr a 16 oft d- 41r i r I KlimJCKT DUELS r Cwrefally Collated and Qoacisely Chronicled It is proposed to hold a reunion at nn early date of the surviving members of the constitutional con vention of 189091 Joseph Fletcher the oldest man in Eastern Kentucky died at Mt Sterling last Friday ugod 1110 years His wifo died a spurt time ago aged 102 years While attemptiug to dislodge a rabbit from a brush pile his gun was accidentally discharged and Robert Maybrier an 18 year uld boy of Bourbon county is dead The Fiscal court at Lexington appropriated 200 to be used in providing treatment in the Pas teurInstitute for the parties re cently bitten by a mad dog in that cityEd Callahan who was mixed up with the Breathitt county feuds was recently divorced from his wife She left her home last sum mer and has not been heard from sinceMiss Anno Warden of Colum bus got a fishbone in her throat and in trying to cough it up she bursted a blood vessel and bled to death before assistance could be renderedWhat is supposed to have been particles of dynamite in a bucket of coal thrown on a grate fire caused an explosion and Mrs George Huuu of Danville was seriously hurtIWm Short and son Hunter who killed Luford Short in a pitched battle near Littrell in Cumberland county not long ago have surrendered Their plea will be selfdefense Samuel Parker a farmer in Hickman county died the other day from a fishbone becoming lodged in his throat Two physi cians labored two hours to remove it but were unsuccessful In Galloway county the Inde pendents have posted notices that if their barns or other property are molested by night riders they will retaliate by destroying thu property of association members w andwer leagues fo a1 tect the farmers against the night riders was organized in Montgom ery county with a membership of over 100 H C Howell was elected president and James S Bogle secretary The trial of John T Jackson ter minated in his acquittal The ju ry was out about 80 minutes He was accused of being a member of the night riders who destroyed two tobacco factories in Princeton on the night of Nov 80 1900 The Court of Appeals has de cided that by the Kentucky statutes if a passenger on a railroad train is drunk and boisterous to the an noyance and discomfort of other passengers the conductor has the right to put him off the train Mrs Mary Sams died recently at her home four miles east of Bardwell in Carlisle county Al though she was over 80 years of age she had never seen a railroad train a piano or an organ and had never visited the county seat The cornerstone of St Thomas Catholic church at Ft Thomas was pried out of its place by some FOR NEURALGIASCIATICA RHEUMATISM PAIN IN CHEST DISTRESS IN S MACH fS5r I SAm r7 i i Builds Force321 industrious thief and the money less than one dollar carried away The papers contained in the box were found scattered around the placeThe Woodford county grand jury after a week s investigation of the Bunding of threatening let ters can not find even a suspicion as to who sent them They did however return an indictment against the American Tobacco Company for operating a trust or combineDuring a recent storm a telegraph pole was blown across the L N tracks at the north end of a bridge that spans Houston creek near Paris Some boy students at the academy noticed it and knot ing that a traras shortly due with difficulty removed the ob struction just as the train hove in sight around a curve The bridge is 75 feet high and 200 feet long Send By Lightning Express Mt Sterling Ky Route 2 No 83 March 8 1908 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir After a siege of two days of mud etc we have landed safely at our journeys end I think we will be delighted with new home find the people all so nice to us I know of course it will not seem home until the dear old HERALD pays its weekly visits taI our house so I will write you address that you may send it by lightning express With kindect regards to all our dear old true and tried friends and Mr and Mrs Cooper included with success to the dear old HER ALD I remain yours truly MRS JOE Mo PIEr a Joe nays it pays iojfBGmBV cry time sure Your last chance at the low rate TEESFruit and Ornamental Everything for Orchard Lawnand Garden Our Strawberry Plants are moneymakers Try em WRITE FOR FREE CATALOG WE HAVE NO AGENTS- H F HILLENMEYER SONS LEXINGTON KY KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS icingsNew FOR CWIXIOLDS AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES OUABANTEED 8ATI8I1A OBI OR MONEY FUNDED 11 B t f rlJ What is medicine foist To ture you if sit i ti v Y i But one medicine will tot cure every kinii Jciuie ditferant medicines act on different parts of the body One medicine goejfto the liver another to the spine Wine of Cardul to the womanly organs So that is why Wine of Carduiha- s I proven so efficacious in most cases of womanly disease Try It Mrs Wm Turner of Bartcnville IlL writes 01 I suffered for years with female diseases and doctont t without relief My back and head would hurt me and I suffered agony with bearingdown pains At teat I took Wine of Cardul and now I am In good health Sold everywhere in 100 bottles IIC today forafreecopyofvaluable raninustrate lBoolcforWonMn If you need MeAesl WRITE Uj A LETTERWrite 1 describe Udles Advisory your sytpploms DeptTheQattanoogaMedkkeCoChaturoegaTeeat stating ate and reply win U sent to plain sealed envelop r- Address 1 WhoWill Be PresidentThis i and every man must read to keep posted on politics The Cii91 UHenry Watterson Editor Is i Democratic Newspaper but it prints the news as it develops One dollar a year is the price of the 1teek1f ei iii1 UB l 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 Journal1 Daily Courier Journal 600a year Sunday CourierJournal 200 a Year We can give you a combi nation cut rate on these if you will write this paper Tie 1 Winunastaf Bask WINCHESTER KY N H WIT EBSpaaNPrc Ident Paid Up Capital i 810000000 Undivided Profits i 11000000 handsome Deposit of over i i i 500000 OO This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and bus mess men generally throughout East ern Kentucky and offers HB custom erseveryfacilityandthemoitHberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking loct2ly DAY HOUSE Hazol Creen Ky Mrs tOO DAY Proprietor Best table fare in Eastern Kentucky A room connected Heated and lighted by gas throughout and special ac ommodatlous to traveling men r DR MILE ANTIPAIN PILLS BACKACHE FOR eadache ifSpring1 1 Special attention will be given to teachers who wish to review all Ithe Common Branches in preparation for Spring Examinations The COURSES OF STUDY have been revised so as to afford the best advantages possible for young men and women who desire to bet ter prepare themselves for teaching or wish to prepare for the STATE CERTIFICATE or the STATE DIPLOMA The ACADEMIC COURSE well equips the student for the SOPH OMORE YEAR in College 4 The Faculty is composed of Nine Teachers Careful attention is given to each student TUITION IS FREE Incidental Fee of 500 is charged for the term Board with Heat and Light 200 per week Furnished Rooms Free Write for Catalogues Me 0e CARTER SecyTreas R1J DERTHICK Principal rf4 1ILadies Dress Goods 4 Fancy and Fashionable Patterns Hamburg Laces as fine looms can make GENTS FURNISHING GOODS in IIIn ties shirts collars suspenders etc Prints of tho design and Domestics bleached and unbleached a of Rugs including Brussells and ingrain weaves Oils Xt Paiuts Drugs Glass Putty Stoves Tinware Crockery o K CAPSC y j Wi11j i Q J j J1rlcets1 = fi t In Presidential Year 1908 Those Who Want the TRUTH Should ReadrtiAn Independent Newspaper T EVENING POST DURING TIlE YEAR 1008 fE POSTS LESS THAN ONE CENT A DAY I L I KentuckyGovernors From Isaac Shelby to Augustus E Willson exlilenceEveryJTJST OFF TILE PRESS If the new Kentucky map Cngraved especially tor the Evening Post at a COlt of IISOI Kentacky pictures of all the Presidents of the United States Rulers and Flags of all nations steamship routes statistical data In addition to the above there are nine Alukalale Information SunBCnWEIII hymallThe Evening Post Is lint In everything has the most State news and best market reports 3 A dally newspaper for the home i The Evening Post LOUISVILLE KY Special Price On Alias and Evening Post With This Paper oo I r k t- J 4 W 1j If you havei HeadacheTry w f They Relieve Pain Quickly leaving no bad Aftereffectsr Z77425 Doses 25 CentsIII J tiNtver Sold inRMlk g t Vff- a Ii J v Z j3jif0 sI f r foJ iI I JJer 11 1Ii I