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Mr l v J f vt 1 4W I st7d t tt r CiAzEL t Y i R EN sl q 1ti 4r d 1 0 = Established Miroh 4 1B80 kode Famom la file Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell 4 1 il ldi ir fOwsar I TWENTYTHIRD YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 19 1908 NUdnU2 zLUx1 Iua i fastIl1Rai Ti sTable IE Effect Hey18190t j WEST BOUND 1st Defyi Sltlj1da a IC STATIONS IDella9dI f Ai1f AirPI M A- 61O a Jaokon a 2 20 p2D 616 jlOAKJunctlon I 2 25 pm 7 07 U MB UTT Je20 3 20 pm 7 3O am 40 Torrent 40 31 pm 75t Nut JJrlqe 44 3115 pm I 7 43m Campton JunLn S 67 pm 1 8 15 am 67 Stanton 57 4 26 pm 8 25m ISII aaW IISI i 07 Sb pm 900ar 70 LEJancn pm 90 Wlaaheeter 905 20 11- mtt 912ter 9 l5am 9t Lexington 94 6 05 Jp- mr EAST ROUND if t Sunday No2 PII Dallyaud BundaT No4- Dallre PMLveA MLye I 25 pm 0 Lexington 0 7 S am S 10pm 20 Wlncheater 20 8 13 am1 8 263 25 pm LlEJanctlon pm I 4 oopm 4 Clay City to 902 am 410 pm H stanon 44 9 101m 4 wpm Campton Jnotn I 9 38 pm 4 45 JIm 57 Nat Bridge 57 9 43 am 4 57pl 62 Torrent 62 9 Mam- 61S 70 701017 ampm OKJnnoa8 10 pm 90 e0111bam 1815 pm 94 Taction IH 1120 am CONNECTIONS L A E JOHCTlOKTrtln Noi 18 and Swill make connection with the COByf- or Ht Sterling CAMPTOK JUKOTIOH Tr Ini Nos 1 2 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central r Rr lor Pine Ride and Campton BKiTTYVtlK Jn CTioir TtMme Noi 2 ahd 4 will make connection at Be tty IIle 1Jtwith the L end A Railway for paeeengers to Md from BwUtjnrUle OdcKJgpcvox Tralne Noe 3and4 f connect with the 0 A Knanw T for localJ eta Mon theO S Railway MCDOWELL General Uanager 1 ft Aeat iOOOWUenPur it p OHIO KENTUCKY RAILWf II qtff jlndt Table May aiVISOff t j WESTBOUND aNo 33 Ii IKI No21 Dailyxl STATIONS Daily Sunday ex- aariday PrA 0 27 PM AMf- fSOf I 6 Cannel Cltr22 1335 4 65 11 Helech w 20 12 19 A 45 I 1s Tie City 13 12 13 4 051 20 i1Itptoa 11 11 61 3 531 22 Wllhnrit 6 11 M 3 10 27 OAKLJuwitlon 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND W IC IC No22- r Dalfy3 8X 5s STATIONS = DUy ei Sunday Sunday f AMLvsPM LYE 4 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 7 33 21 Heleohftwtu 6 1 17 7 43 19 Lee CUT 11 123 8 34 13 H BiptotiM 13 144 8 87 1Q WllhantM 20 161 9 25 1 OAK Junction 22 2 25 9 30 0 Jaokson 27 2 30 Noi 21 and 22 ill make eloi connectioi at O A K Junction with Noi 3 and 4 for point on the Lexington and Eastern Rail wa L CONLEY ySuperlntendenf i MIItamG8Iltlat aUlDaa So 1 No 2 DEPART AKB1V- EQiOO a m Campton 1180 a m r 2OOpmCampton600pmNo 1 ARRIVEDEPART180 amCampn JunolO 05am 1 8 80 pmCanaV4 Junor 4 40 pm The Mountain Central makes 1conneQtiQAwith all L tE pas sengdr trains t fPRIiIFORontE if I offer forsal6 imy farm of 100 senor lying 1 miles east of Hazel dwoHingputhoueeafind good waH Terms roaaoaable Call on or address BO LAOY Pine Ridge Ky i l8Jvi IUiIIreRil lIMifpc- Odor1 S aNi 1tJAs ib4lI e i bra AWh Il = 1ft t r 4 1 CA rl1iCUMUSTo John Tolson of the ContralHo tel is visiting iu Frankfort thji weekLarkin Stamper has been cob fined to his room with illneda forth past week G G Allen went to LeewCitj yesterday on businyeaiand will tfol return for a few days A H Stamper went to Beatty villa yesterday in thejnt rest of hi candidyf r commonwealth attorney Eli Willioand KqUfi Kaah al l of Jackson hay been visiting their father and mother at this plact for a few days A number of tho relative 1 of Aunt Lizzieehamberrfrdm Camp unattended her burialton Still water last Friday Coreio Hortbn and wife this week moved from the residence of Beth Goenoy to the reiideiice owned bfhire OJ HauWl The protracted meQUnrfat the Methodist church is atljl in progress There have u a number of conversions and eaHQtiflcatioui since the meetingbagan Stuart Cox lot of Dr Drool Cox had the miafortxiue to acoi dentally discharge a pistol into one of his fingers Sunday The wound is not serious however Old Aunt Demariflj Smith died it thn home of Hannah Mporo in- Ca pton last Fridays atislwas mried Saturday She waiij quite aged and had been infirm for arms time ET Rose was last week op poi tld Master Commissioner of Vpife Circuit court by Circuit Jnudge Adams to fill the vacancy ansed by the removal from the Mate Of C 0 Fulks Rev Mr PolliCt met with a very painful if not serious accident tear the home of Dr J R Carroll y esterday morning He slipped nd foil upon the pavement strain thaUgamentabf Mills Nettie Hurst who has been caching in the academy hero dc MrthjLpasteiehfamonths loft f t homejn Ml3Briburg let1lt lay andwill not return for the emainder of the school term March 17 SS LEE CRT Loons 0The bottom dropped out of the egg market last week J B Rose of Mize waa here Saturday on business Jesse Dunn of near Noolamoved HamptonThe iJ1tpM ible now on account ofmud Harlan Pratt and A B Batiks eft Monday on a business trip to Jackson Jasper Kepton and Samoa Pat rick brotboreinlawale brotherii in law indoeoVjnst nowt Rev McClure of Salem preaetf ed here Satatday night and Sun day A good crowd way in attend anoeW R Yonmant of Mt Sterling is here this week and expects to Dads few cars with hickory rims for Anderson Ind A Mr Flinohem from Jackson ia inspecting and having loaded wo cars of lumber at Terrill for AOHart Bros thie week Charley Patrick Son took SOme eggs and furs to Heinrich oohey Tuesday They say this i as a good market for all kinds of trounce J H Stricklin of Jnako is hay ng a good many ties hauled and tacked on the yard here They are beech and black cak and will sigh 250 pounds each J E Millet a countiy Mejohant and farmer was here Saturdayaud ook a load of goods from tho de piqt JInYIL wisb f jhe Mq eotagajndarned wash r WedpeedraQ Thuredayr squiring for Braoe Niokell but we understfehd bia made good hie- aoap0b y going to Wil hurst here hetookth6rettrainJ Georgetown bought8t vows id thia vicinity uriug tbftpBawee Heiloaded U1 RWe aetnlpgi zd bad t t lfuT IiW iv JNnatielaaistattiw3t- 4s f Thu p- iR i c 1 IItiJI e tf iF I wt 4 1 J 1 r Cio1c + t c t1 1 A Jot 8TILLWATER PAMLES oGeorge Peck is not expected to live j Willie Rose this week bought of O B Linkoua a horse for 110 Mrs Wash Tyra last weak sold to R T McGbwan a horse for 165 Otis B Linkoua was here thiiJ week interviewing our merchants iiS C Rose and J M Swaugc were in Catupton Saturday on le gal business t i Hon George Lovelaoe left for Mt Sterling today to look aftei some legal business 1Lewis Brower of Campton was movingthrough this section Friday en route to Wilhurst j General and Ebe Tyra of Holly were guests of D B Tyra and family Saturday and Sunday i George Sally has got about all the sod land turned that he in tends to cultivate in corn this seasonRev Henry Barker of Morgan county visited his son Little John Barker at this place Saturday and Sunday Hon G B Stamper of Camp ton passed though hero Satur day but your correspondent failed to learn where he was going G B Rose and his young wife have moved and gone to house keeping at the Stillwator bridge in tho property owned by Willie PeakMrs Robert J Rose whose ill ness has been reported in this col umn is improving slowly Mrs George W Sally is also getting better Erect Little of Campton and three others werei initi into the mysterieaof L kind ll- jOr rrt ar meeting night Joseph A Rose has been con fined to his room for a week past with a severe cue of la grippe but with the skilled 4n dicalaid of Dr A C Niokell he is improving Undo Robert J Rose Srr has been very poorly with la grippe duringttbepasVweeki but is con valesceBtfit thiflwriting He was 80 yeaTa yeata old tho 28th of February last Forest Bailey is this week mov ing front Calaboose to Stillwater and will run the shop vacated by Jofl A Rose who expects to go to Haiel Green and eugagOjn busi ness Ihere D B Tyra the bOils cattle and horse trader wag last week en agedwitha maR from George town buying Battle for that mar set Boone lea cripple but he is very industrious Died op thor 12th inst Aunt Eliza Chambers She was a good woman and lived to a ripe oldage She was the companion of Eliaha Chambers Sr and the motharof Supt WHr Chambers Dr Daniel Kash of Campton vas again calling at the residence of SH Rose Sunday but your oorraspondent has failed tbu Into learn his business But may ri gueisy Daniel that the Roses rill soon bo in bloom Roscoe 0 Wolfe our hustling jrOfUbg merchant has just received liiMtockt of spring goods HoJa a tieA young maolgOedhabitl jfrdioh raoter andiarhIghly ro jpoted in theJcotoBa pity where is 3ivee but we fearhe jUr Jltf to ttilont ou thftieuQf matrimony so in ddvancewe Wifli him a su- eefui voyrgl9 1 JAnOWIlA11 J7tIAL Swango attended the drtiiij tj c m I t t j w plaintiff against Wm L Huret defendant This is a case pending in the Lee Circuit court S G Sample is representing tho plaintiff and Judge D B Redwine the defendant Mr Sample is in om judgment one of the ablest attorneys at the Campton bar March 16 DOMINGO GRASSY GAB Too late for lad week Uncle Joe Govedon who has boon suffering from a stroke ol paralysis is very much better Hello Bill I here comes spring again Let us take hold of the plow handles and never look back Mr Legislature please send your good roads committee up this way and see what we need in Morgan countyRev Wilson of West Liberty gave a very interestery temperance lecture at the Methodist chuach SundayRev W F Lykins has been holding a protracted moetiug at Stillwater bridge and reports good success Let the good work go on and evil stop We see the stave men sailing around in the mud as if they mean to begin work again This means more employmentaud more money for our boys We hear many rumors of wed dings which we may have the pleasuro of noting later Well we have this to say we have plenty of bachelors to spare i Jamec McClure Jr and family have recently vacated the prop r ty rented of Mrs Maggie Niokell and will occupy the property of W H McClure near Salem for the coming season The new firm of J D Henry Coi oQ t sparing for business on a ut g and- say they mean to fill it with anew line of merchandise- T H Barker accompanied by Kelly Henry recently returned from Elliott county where the former has been teaching a class iid vocal musio They left Glenn Henry behind He claimed that ho was sick but we presume his sickness is not fatal just an affec tion of the heart We have learned that Nathan C Day salesman for tho Brown Hat Co Cincinnati is there settling his business preparatory to his departure to New Mexico where he will look out a homestead If he finds a suitable location his wife will join him in the far west We would regret very much to have them leave Nathan used to be an active merchant of this place and his wife an accomplished neighbor girl March 10 DOUNO NEOLA NUGGETS o Too late for last week Rev F P Wilson preached to a nice crowd on Gillmore Sunday Wm Fugate is very low with typhoid feyer J B Hollou has been doing lome nice fencing Taveling and cattle men are getting numerous here W M Swango made a visit to Jampton last Sunday Boono May was here Tuesday oalling on the merchants Jolly Ben Murphy was looking fter his business affairshore this elhJ George Trents family are all Improving and we hope they will etwellsCh1tO kK train No14made- s ij 1 ii1irtilttoJaekebaaudreAJ IIi1f 1 ITuesday morning flvo boys froii H G A pnasnd through here en route to their homo March 11 F P Wilson is doing some nice fencingCharley Wilson visited Dorse Wilson Sunday night W W Swango mode a trip to Hazel Green Wednesday Ida Arnett a student at the H G A visited Arlen Arnett Sun dayJ B McCoy went to Louisvill to see his daughter who is yery lowJoseph Heinrioh of Cannel City visited here Sunday and took io tho meeting Quito a crowd of boys and girl came from Lee City Sunday to attend church Mrs C B Moore who has beet on the sick list for some time iis some better at present Lizzie Dykes a student at the H G A visited home Polka from Saturday until Monday Ghont Wilson a student of thi H G A came home Saturday and will not return to school Mrs Mattie Wilson came over from Cannel City the other day to visit her sister Mrs F P Wilson Mrs A T Nickell of Sellars risitod her daughter Mrs F P Wilson Sunday and took in the meetingRevs Jim Davis Wm Linden and F P Wilson preached at the Neola school house Sunday Two OUie Nickell and Lizzie Spencer were baptized March 16 GRANNY MATTOWN MISSIVES 0MurpbyWtownlay k layTom Nickell spent Sunday night with Willie Noff Asa Pieratt moved to his bro thers farm on Greasy Oarpottackingat R A Chil sera Saturdaynight Joe Mo Pieratt made a flying trip hero the other day Ed ClaypopI was in town Sun lay What is the attraction Mr Shockey moved to his new home purchased of Joe MoPieratt Misses Ollio and Nora Pbipps and Ruth Wills spent Sunday evening with Carrie Neff Mrs Fannie Spradling and little laughter of Pike county visited her brother John Neff Saturday and Sunday March 16 RAINDROP INSKO liDS Miss Ada Phipps is very sick with fever at present Our old friend Chicken Bill is also on the sick Hst J C Elam has returned from an xtonded visit to Lee City Preston Crase is improving his arm considerably this spring Roy John Lykins of EndavJs visiting relatives here this week A J Crases baby is very ill at this time and is not expected to iveJ W Bailey has just returned from a business trip to West Liberty Burns Elam is now employed with the Singer Sewing Machine iompany R L Bailey who sometime ago sought a farm near Morehead left horo this week to make it his fu ure home March 10 Drofe c2it 1 iI t f IIIW tii- 7c t I Jf 1tolIP if JbiI Jv 1I1JItPItv Mrs VinsrHarrey is on ihis srcV list at this writing AT Oreelil iweit to Ezel on business Friidaye- Miss Ootai 3ftrpk rAagaeittit- of Miss lretlM6rpl1y un y- JiIri Hnttanaiitirmadd a trip to Grwnbrier brBtlwj1 John Boeowaacallinganhisb- est girl MiM MiryMnrpiiyr Snn day Bruce Lawson boag4fe farmin Mouifeo conntyf fiomJatecBiBacliV for 500 Ben MnrphyrleftThnreday Vjth- H a bunch of caltlSf6itinB Mt Bier ling market Sam Vileoa41ff tthnrB ityfon Mizo to paint Mre Maggie Jack Y houseff sons new Curran Niokellpttallenhtjt H G A visiteirhoraefollwg S nrday and Sunday T y f A T Crookbaum sold a pas lmules to Cud eandcClI YJLMt i it the pricebeingiO Berry TaulbeeoB coriBedtJ iiot1 at the home of his fcgiiftMriV h i Nannie Rose with la grippe Mrs Sarah Effti visited her1 parents Calvin abii tand w fWeh Caney fronv Friday natUrStuidajfc Jeff Couch of Bonny waavib guest of his daughter Mrs Laura Belle Murphy Satsriay and Sun dayClaib r Noble haeapat aa Mto tion to his hone whlalt iV beebtfl the surroundings He fe an iner f getio farmer GiwffMrj K Charlie visited her sisterlMrsri Annie McGnire Battfrday retflug over Sunday Cleveland Mannin m ir tbthbtfru- se o cotta a on tbr point ValR byt Mviij ElMa v who movedtoFltWOode Miss Mary Combs of Oayf made her tfppefcraiptee at1 thV Mo t of Undo HmyMrlrpby SWwiil1 be installed u koilaekeslsytrn Mrs Martha Nil iiVdiifi41W lpe day aria waet IanritdltlYy tha Ezel oeMMiri Misfe Mtiy Murphy and het brotkeratteadedl- the funeral Cesar LindeaT of GUlmraFfaspirAnt fort j offiaeiofaieetilt court clerkof Wolf ioouhtyiJiad ati ovation atithQbQi aofhii0aikt- er i MrsLizzieGeoilgfthi iltWet1t last Mondays andtflTaBfiay Hup many friends ofbot gpa Lies fritj him sncceB fti34i9i that Wolfe county will ele t twirwell qualifie6Vtorfill the pjalitirtrJ March 10 r TL1P1 C tICi J0 Curt Rose3w ab n towti Batkrday taking orderaV i Kearney EffrJ tUelie mib1iiPt Friday in tbVb Mort Piwal Jt kliij g was in town JCondaXtph busfna4J Heinrich oR Tnbaktpppt t large po41 g1 f1tQJQt h benefit ofthofatinari Miss Matti W1in3t rl bier t Ieear VIsit In JJIf3 Stamperand family returile to eb Miss Lou pusa 9 l iiS1 1Over Tuefldaytd aal jtB S Stainer ILttQlyI dtiyfoulthree years iff QW tWssltNi WWi1 tndrelrlooltr goa ae1iie boy Hltdopt deePw bHf Ama Under constrietion weather e hleti aillb1earii Y NNan 1 J rr R 111Ic JI 1Jit 13ii or J fff L 0 r f f i en 1 ri I PIE HERALD Entered atthe Basel Oren Post 1 Ir oaoe i ecotid tfinii matter a SriMOSlCMFEB Editor Ji c KYt1908 r f ANNOUNCEMENTS fro CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE ytw UDfEYWe are authorized to an 7 IJ Judge G W Gour J WeofBettyvUle as a candidate for 1f Cttcnit Judge of this the 28rd Judicial a District ubjeet to the action of tl e Re pabUcaaparty MFM MMMQHWEALTES ATTORNEY f TIIiPERWe are authorized to an A H Stamper of Caffipton as a candidate for Common wealths Attorney of the 23rd Judicial District to fill the unexpired term sub I jest to the action of the Democratic ryrN iOU We are authorized to announce- S c Kelly Kasb of Jackson as a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney t for the 23rd Judicial District subject tow the action of the Republican party 0F8R CIRCUIT COURT CLERK jJt IMftPlf We are authorized to announe r UHMUnr J Cesar Linden of Gillmon M eiutfidate for the office of Circuit 7 OMIt Jerk of Wolfe county subject to 1 tWJjeiBOcratlc primary tn i 0-If FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK UITWe are authorized to announce + a TUTT as a candidate for I e office of County Court Clerk of Wolfe 1 unty subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announceSMITHY Roy H nTH as a candidate for r tile office of Sheriff of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic party YFORJAILER c XEWeareauthorizedtoannounco the office of Jailer of Wolfe Countysub parrty FOR ASSESSOR announceTYIwj candidate for Assessor of Wolfe county i aabjectto the Democratic primary ii j i =FROM a communication received from the OklahomaNews Bureau ArdmStli iin unt a Kentucky Club has been organized at Ar pure and note that when r j the charter roll is completed it I t will have an enrollment of 200 or z more a greater number ot Ken 1 tuckians having settled in that v part of Oklahoma than any other i comatray plete roster of officers and appoint t- ed the standing committees Mrs l j W 0 Kendall of West Liberty is k and thei i corresponding secretary Icxmemberahip includes the names of 1W1JKendall Miss Lula Kendall andW G Henry West Liberty IA v Prof and Mrs Chas Elam Salem and J Wes Ely of Hazel Green f MANY exchanges that come to r this office are wrapped in old copy S paper and as an expostmaster we warn them that they lay them t selves liable to pay postage at the firstclass rate The copy paper is written upon ot course and there fore unJer a strict interpretation the firstclass rate or a 4 penaltyas the postmastergeneral v Anight rule Some one has face 1i tipusly remarked that editors re Fdire communications to be on J yoiie side of the paper only so the ItI1l i vrstobO the case with papers f above mentioned but they had fetter j look a leedlo oud or they 1ra gzi isaight have to pay a pretty penny M f7iAM an evidence of the truth of this t wi lastweek received a package of a J eaaple pporaahe name and price 31 written on each It was mailed at 3Olaainnati where the postmaster r fleeing the writing marked it up from merchandise to firstclass postage and so jnnch due which tLrweEi Saidto pay- r rI I I 1t Van tuol1 a tally able to I a r r l ptlj4schools at ijl of those of herI tiir iP W f iIIf4- 1 d- r At it s i1ic 0 are convincing Kentucky IB the second richest state in the south Texas alone having a larger as sessed valuation The study of the auditors report from 1002 to the present year shows an increase in the annual income of the com monwealth ranging from about 200000 to 000000 the increase in the fiscal year of 1007 being considerably over 000000 and that in spite of the additional ex pense caused by the erection of the capitol and the creating of the normal schools It should be remembered that money spent for education is a productive invest ment paying large dividends in cash in culture in character in safety and in peace It would be tho part of wisdom to foster education in the eocullec pauper counties of Kentucky that there might be there created n productive citizenship which would contribute to the state treasury instead of being a drain on it In ten years or less each of these counties can be brought to a point where it would be able to pay money into the treasury as do the other counties of the commonwealth- At the very foundation of every successful school system is the practical problem of necessary physical equipment in houses fur groundsWhat of this strange business that men call education It has to do with mind and soul and body It has to do with the formation of habit with the shaping of character with the creation of ideals Some times I think there is something that sinks deeper and lasts longer in the silent potent influence of association and environment iu the insensiblo education that in evitably comes therefrom than there is in all that comes from your sensible education from all your study of books from all your formal lesson teaching What should be the character of the place where this sacred work is to bo carried on Within shall it bo a hovol or a home A place of beauty or a place of ugliness A place of cleanness or a place of unoleanness Without shall the grass grow green and the sun shine bright and the flowers bloom and the birds sing and the trees wave their long arms or shall it be bleak and bare and barren where nature Gods great teacher never whispers to the children her sweet messages of peace and love and beauty from the Master Anarchy under the more or less euphemistic name of Night Riders continues to assert its presence in the goodly state of Kentucky No matter what the causes leading up to the y ti of tobacco prowere varoad cntever come from MBpcti of law and order From the outaide it looks as if drastic action to stamp out so malignant a form of disrespet for the law can not be taken too soonCincinnati Enquirer KENTUCKY CROP REPORT Condition of Growing Crop Pros pect etc The first report issued by the agricultural department for the year 1008 shows the condition of the agricultural interests to be in good shape The winter was an exceeding mild one There was a largo amount of rainfall with very little snow which was not enough- to afford protection for the wheat rye and barley We are urging an increased acreage of winter oats and are distrib uting some seed to the different sections in which none or little grownVery tobacco plant beds are beingsown as the farmers have determined not to raise but little tobacco this year and by their united organization havo secured good prices for the 1000 and 1007 crops Most of the dark tobacco has been sold at good prices while the burley tobacco is still in the hands of the farmers Grasses of all kinds are in fine state of growth and clover is reported as generally good The extremely mild winter has been very advantageous to live took and all classes are in splen did condition There has been an increased ac tivity in the production of hogs despite the fact that prices are much lower than last year Sheep have increased in numbers and more attention is being paid to this important industry of our state and prices are higher than ever beforo The prices of mules are much lower than last year but regard Silver Aluminum Jelly Moulds Free Individually Moulded Deuerti are now considered the proper thing Thb Goulds are hard tcget otslde the lrge cities but users of JELLO The Dainty Jellert can- get them absolutely free Clrcalar In each patkage explaining and Hluitrdtlug the dir fcrept petterns JEUQioKli y nil rood at JO per PaKIp A tatptrrgroasn teJ1ourm Jr I j IIV less the price people Are raising more ooh year Very little plowing has boon done at present on account of the heavy raiiifall but indications are that preparations for plowing are being made and will soon begin Although hemp has boon an im portant feature in the products of Central Kentucky the last few years have not seen an increased acreage but the highest price ever andIbticco will cause more attention and larger acreage than ever has been paid to this very importan- crop of our state Gatarrh Cannot Be Cared with LOCAL APPLICATIONS as they cannot reach the seat of the disease Ca tarrh is a blood orconstitutlonaldlsease and in order to cure it you must take in ternal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure iis taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces Halts 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 off the best tonics known combined with the best blood purifiers acting direrctlj on the mucous surfaces The perfectt combination of the two ingredients tIt what produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh Send for testimonials freeF J CUENEY Co Props Toledo 0 Bold by all druggists price 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation MIZE MITES a D S Jackson made a business trig Friday to Neola John and Miss May Rose weret guests of Miss May Pack Sunday W M Pack swapped two baysI to Sam Amyx for two grays Mon day Holly Wilson is putting up a string of fence on a portion of hisI farm adjoining Tom Lees place Last week E H Oldfield sold his farm to Floyd Arnett of Red river I heard the consideration was 4500 Miss Ethel Cecil of Consolation better known as Ethel tho Beau tiful was a guest of Miss May Pack Sunday Arlie Cecil a gallant rider pass ed through our village in a whiz Sunday I presume he was heading for Prater fork Kit Carson Phillips an f 1Ralelg 1 nr I If satisfied they will locate therei Mrs Julia Jackson accompa nied by Carl and Nannie Bett her children spent Sunday and Mon day at the home of Bill Murphy on Murphy Fork The Richmond Cooperage Cos stave mill which has been aban doned since the 10th of December will be in full blast again about the 1st of April Mrs Lee Rose and Mrs Eliza DeBusk spent Saturday and Sun day at the home of their mother at this place They were accom panied by their husbands Arlie Cecil Roxy Rose and Taylor Havons spent Sunday at the home of D S Jackson Unfortunately there were no girls present hence they could not call it a social Quite a large crowd attended the service held at tho old Grassy church Sunday Bros Derthick and Stevo Nickoll did tho talking Those who attended from this place were Misses May and Golden Pack Julia Bishop and Junia Jackson and Joel Havens A surprise social came off at the home of Joo Lee Oldfield Friday night Those who participated on the occasion were Misses May and Alice Rose May Pack Bertha Cecil Bertha Toliver Callie Caldwell Messrs Arlie and Frazier Cecil Ellis and Andrew Oldfield John Rose Dow Bishop George Brewer and Homer Perry March 10 POET SALEM SINGSONG 0Mrs F M Long has been quite i1J this week and is yet unable to- be out of her room Oscar Fallen and wife are visit ing Daysboro this weekand attending t some bnxineM there rtjaJb jp4 o lrj t1 = frilare at home daring the vacation but will return when thn spring term begins Harlan McClure who has been living atHazel Green for the past three months has moved back to his farm near Salem Dennis Easterling of Cannel City has moved to tho property recently vacated by Frank Dennison on the farm df Ed Trimble Watson Pbipps recently received fort mer citizen of near Hazer Green who loft a few yoara ago for a now home in the south He reports Louisiana a good country and his family well contented Isom Smith who had been a sufferer or three mont sdied Sat urday morning The doctors had pronounced his recovery hopeless His suffering for the last day was intense He leaves a wife and seven children to whoma husband and a father is no mere March 10 ORIOLE Borrton Kas Buzzes Miss Cora Jones was a welcome guest of Mrs J C Gose Sunday Tho coyotes are living nard those days says Mr Roberts who chased them tho better partof last week J C Gose a new Kansas farm er has a fuio outfit of farming tools and ie proving to UB his skill in using them We wish to say that wo are generally content with what we have but will ask thin Salem Singsong sing ue some more of her song next time John McKinnoy of this placo made a flying trip to town last evening He may crown his untiring visits yet The promise is to tho faithful The old Santa Fe trail known as the blazed path which con nected civilization with the unciv ilized and so frequently spoken of in history passes about seven miles north of Burrton The night of March 5th is ape chilly marked for continued flash es of lightning were seen in the south followed by a low rumbling noise of thunder An early spring for the west is expected tl aIra mountlnoln Heylt ety spends a winter in Kansashe will be compelled to tell his friends on his return that tho winter con trasted with one in Kentucky is more like perpetual summer The homeseekers excursion train which passed through last night was an exceptionally long one and crowded with human freightwhich made us think there was more than one of the sons of Noahwho was not permanently settled for the time being The new method introduced by the Gose brothers for the destruction of rabbits in this section has proved its worth on trial Their method does away with the daily supply of ammunition It consists of a pole pointed like a spear and the little animals are pinned to the earth before they are aware of danger twenty being the result of an hours hunt March 7 B B OAEJTOHJASean theItoKind Yea Haw Ahrajj Bought BIgnatnre 11 ot SHERIFFS SALE o VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION By 1486 directed to me which Issued from the Clerks office of the Wolfe Circuit court in favor of T F Stamper against R A Dunn etc I or one of my deputies will on MONDAY the 6th DAY OF APRIL 1908 between the hours of 10 oclock a m and 4 oclock p m at the court house door in Campton Wolfe countYIKy expose to Public Sale to bidder the following property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy plaintiffs debt interest and costs towlt One house ana lot In Lee City Wolfe county Ky bounded as follows towit On the east byJ T Graham on the west by A J Stampers lot on the north by Main street on the south by R D Rose it being the lot R A Dunn sold to James P Simer and levied upon as the property of R A Dunn Terms Sale will be made on a credit of three months the purchaser to execute bond with approved security to have the force and effect of a replevin jWitnej lIar b ltioe 7w COx A1ier11rofWoltCowtyV r i ii HENRYSJackson Goods PORTSMOUTH ROSE Attorneys Wolfe Corporation Label JustWhere the giveways arc liable occur Shield Brand suits the strongest They are right up the scratch in style Dont in one place and pull in another but possess all formfitting appearance not found any oth suits sold within the range popular prices 1000 tho lowest tho highest Tile price and guarautee attached the sleeve while the label above sewed to the inside of collar A STA wI JE R- CA1VIP J NJEY H F PIERATT preSldentE F CECIL VlcePresnt KNIGHT Cashiers S G SAMPLE Attorney tttvittt gitoch l 1500000 Iii ii iL iiimi iiit1DIRECTORS P SI PHILLIPS IL A KA8H T M LEE II E ONEY II IV riKKTT J r HOSE DEN MUKPIIY E F CECIL This Bank solicits the accounts of Merchants Farmers traders Business Men generally Mot Liberal Perms within the limits of legitimate banking KASH KY addition to tho millinery business which includes all the lat est we have a Dress Malting complete with charts ready to cut and make Ladies and Childrens Shirt Waists Sacks and indeed all kinds of sewing We are located over Kash ds Samples store and we assure you that all our goods firstclans and prices as as Gall and see the stock for yourself your wo remain Yours m WJ S lleadquurteri KY JI Ill BISFNTING THE G REED CO v Wholeaale Dry and Notions OHIO Solicits the of the merchants of Eastern Kentucky and guarantees prices and quality ot good Hold orders for him E T ROSE S G SAMPLE and GounselorsatLaw- CAMPTON KY This firm will practice in all the Courts of and adjacent counties Special attention given to Law and Real Estate Litigation OIlC81f geeopdoor7ermersanda lljJui Jt t i wvf j1 5 Collar I I1 most to are made to too an around smooth lp in er of 1800 are to shown is MARION 2 aud A NEW MILLINERY AND DRESS MAKING ESTABLISHMENT MIssesNago MeIPcarI Trog +e OVER SAMPLESiHAZEL GREEN Misses MAPEL TROY surroundingcountry artisticallytrimmed plensotheIn trimmings Department etc are low anywhero Soliciting patronage Respectfully MAPEL TROY JOSEPH trade SAMPLE pucker BEN MURPHY ICENERACSTORES NEOLA KY Offers the citizens in and around Hele chawa 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 wouldsnywheret Country produce and railroad ties taken in exchange for goods and jour patron age IU respectfully solicited Until you buy from blalyou will porgr know J ow 9 rc- qigIt you eaa navef ti r s 1 Jk i s 1 1 A t As J i AiMot i not needed1 Ayers Safsaparilla is not a strong drink As now made there is not a drop of alcohol in it It is a nonalcoholic tonic and alterative Ask your own doctor about your taking this impurebloodevery time He knows i pnbllin our foraulii W bacilli alcohol Aw toIfrom our doetor moalolno Ask your doctor What is the first great rule of health If Nine doctors out often will quickly reply Keep the bowels regular Then ask him another ques AyersPillsYadabr the J O liar Co Lowell K M AlE HERALD Mrs A 0 Niokell and daughter Florence are visiting Mrs Butler Hughes at Pomeroyton Mr and Mrs Bohannons little daughter is quite ill with pneumo p nia and improves slowly Littlo Karl Kash who has pneu monia is improving finely uudor tho skillful treatment of Dr A G Nickell Arbury Swango of Menifee ar rived at midnight Tuesday to stay by the bedside of his father Undo Harry Swango o 4L Cf L Bears You Have Always Bought ot thectIIdf6lo Mrs W E Back and daughter Hallio Day of Cannel Qity are visiting Mrs Backs parents Mr and Mrs F N Day James Dyer and family moved last week from Greenbrier at tho head of the river to the farm of Squire Shockey below town Dr Nickell reports the birth of r a 11poand boy to the wife of Bohannon Thursday March 12 Iandthey named him Taylor Day Born to tho wife of George 11 Campbell of Gosneyville March I 18 a 11pound boy To the wife I of Steve Brewe T Mirel on the same 9Yta tin j girl Mrs C B Rose and little daugh ter left Monday for Jackson where they will be the guests of her fa ther Bud Sewell for indefinite time as Mr Rose is on the road Dr G 11 Center tells us that he and Dr Whitaker have a serious case of typhoid fever on the head of Red river Miss Phipps daugh ter of Robt Phipps She has had homhorrngo of the bowels but was better Sunday Robt Cecil and wife left Mon day for Cincinnati where the first named will lay in a stock of gcods for Cecil Bros and the latter buy t I u a fashionable line of millinery for her sister Miss Falay Long tho milliner Leonard Stamper who has been driving for Ellis Johnson and W 0 Coldiron alternately accepted 170 to pay the express charges and orders for two packages in the Helechawa station consigned to this office Tuesday morning Ho 4didnot drive that day but left for Illinoisacoompanied by tho 175 Dr J H Stamper who is doing some dental work at Dan in Men ifoe county came home Sunday to visit his wife and children and called at tho office Monday on his return He says there is a great t deal of sickness in that neighbor hood and that he is doing all he can to relieve the situation He will return home Wednesday Our office was again invaded on Tuesday by another bevy of beau ties from H G A as follows viz 4 Misses Mollie Hale Mollie John eon Mae Nickell and Mao Wil liams Two Mollies and two Maes i it will beobservd by way of euph ony And the bevy was accompa vied by two young braves Charley Seale and 01 ay born Johnson Call- 4tgain t i l well begH dtoloe the same wstrtte at any time I i J 0 J 0 I jff I 0 JI1 A plerkbllt Accident- A bridge noras Red river at the old Sprndlitig mill and on the road between Cnmpton and Mnytown fell Saturday while a fourhorse wagon loaded with household plun dor was crossing rosulling in tho breaking f Bill Culbertsons leg and the killing of a 100 horse Bruce Fulks who lives within a- halfmila of tho bridge was at tho I InrI Justus the leaders got onto tho abutment on tho opposite side the bridge collapsed precipitating the wogon and wheel horses and drag ging bock the leaders which fell on Mr Culbertson who was fast ened in the wreckage Beside the broken log he was cut D bout the head and badly bruised about the body and it was not thought he could live Little Joe Calron was with the wngon but escaped injury It was reported at the time of the accident that the bridge had been condemned hat Mr Fulks said this was a mistake LATER The news came Tues day morning that Culbertson died sometime Mondnyor Mondaynight A Tribute of Respect Miss Arta Dyo returned tho lat ter part of last week from Well ington where she had been at the bedside of Othniol McKinley Ly ons who died Monday night March 9 at 11 oclock much to the sor row of his many friends It was known that the country had lost its most prosperous business boy for success was always his and oho had only to know him to be won by his gentleness and politeness and to make his ideas yours Young Lyons liko all others of his ability enjoyed the worlds pleasures to their fullest extent until after an illness of six months h3 gave his life into Christs keep ing and said His will be done Being asked if he was happy he ropliedIII will 1bo directly And closing his eyes he passed into that sleep which has no waking These words will be consoling and true in this case Not lost but gone before A Strong Endorsement The Allen COt ty Tim v lislied at the old homo of A Patton commenting ulULi uio notice we made about the new cashier has tho following strong endorsement Mr Patton was born and reared in Allen county Wo are glad to know that Bob is appreciated by the people with whom he cast his lot and congrat ulate the Hazel Green Bank upon securing the services of Mr Patton Wo can assure the directors of the bank that they have a cashier who is strictly honest and thoroughly reliable in every respect We know Bob and his parents He could not be anything but honest were he to try He is a son of Mr John Patton who was honesty personified and known all over the county as honest John Patton THE HAZKT GUEEN HEIIAID hns been enlarged to a six column paper and tho price raised to flCO per year TUB HEIIAID is a good local paper Beattyvillo Ente priseThanks Brer Sam 1 Uncle Harry Swango Very Sick The many friends of UncleHarry Swango will rogrot to hear that ho is dangerously ill with pneumonia Indeed his case was so critical ou Monday night thit Dr G bL Cen ter his attending physician was with him all night Uncle Harry is perhaps the oldest citizen in Wolfe county if not in Eastern Kentucky ho being 05 years of age A remarkable fact is that he never before ruptured the services of a physician or felt the need of physics Up to a very recent date ho has been able to ride horseback and got around as well as must men at 00 But his advanced age and his present condition weigh against him and his friends tear tho worst Capt Clarence Days Visit Capt Clarence Day of tho 5th U S Cavalry now titationed in Arizona who was called to Beatty ville to see his dying mother but delayeden route until after the burial came over last week to see his uncle F N Day and family En route here he visitedanother uncle Jackson Day of Gunnel City and when ho arrived here Friday found that ho could stay hut ono night Consequently ho loft Saturday morning for Beatty ville meantime having met many of his friends After staightouing up his late mothers estate he will leave for his post WantedWe want to purchase delivered not later than June 1st to our mill on Lncy creek 100000 firstclass 27 23 and 18 inch staves According tc the provisions of a contract which we made when tim ber was at the highest we can pay you more for rough staves than can bo realized for same dressed and delivered to New York at tho present time Any ono who can make a few thousand or even a few hundred will do well to write or call and see the undersignedJ te Sox 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 jewols Try them for headache bil constt plrnm mats hey appoint you the price will be cheer fully refunded at all dealers Rev Agar and Wife Coming Rev Frank Agar the pioneer missionary who labored in Morgan and Wolfe counties twelve years ago has received an invitation to return to Morgan county and ro sume his missionary work Ho is arranging to come with Mrs Agar and will make Maytown their headquarters Hope to arrive the beginning of April They have labored for some years in Lee and Estill counties Correspondents will please not mix business with their news by advertisI ing is our only1 source of revenue and rates may be had for asking They will also confer a favor by writing on one side of tho paper only as it is impossible to divide the page I 0II o ef aag jIOO OOOOOOOOOOeQI o1 0- c Is your baby thin weak fretful g 0 0 Make him a Scott oS Emulsion cO 00baby 0- 2Scotts c Emulsion is Cod Liver Oil 0 0and Hypophosphites prepared so that it is z easily digested by little folks 0t 0Consequently r 8cheeleedo AjLLvDRQcaiST8 BOo AND SIOO a d t w Pot lf t The Musical Recital Monday night March 0re enjoyed iv musical treat at PearroI Hall given under tho direction ofI Miss fiord Mm efficient music teacher at the academy The pro gram showed talent and ability for hard work on the part of tho pupil and patience andskill on tho part of tho teacher The stage was tea bo1inglistened wo were able to say with I II untsItry who know how to exercise it hup py they whose lifo pilgrimage is cheered and brightened by such service The sympathy of the audience was won by the opening words of Miss Hord in which she called our attention to the fact that music Is a little of heavens bliss The first number Cheerfulness a duet by llow im Kash and Minnie Bell McLin was woll rendered These little girls did credit to their teacher Mildred McLins little finger seemed scarcely able to strike the keys and yet she played with out a mistake and in a way that we could almost hear the tripping of the Aiiy Fairies Miss Virgin in Day played well Robins Return We recognize in horgreat talent for music Miss Rosa Cold iron needs special commendation She has only taken lessons for three months and gave wollITho Hunters Song Wo enjoyed greatly tho vocal solos Miss King took her high notes easily and sang with expres sion and distinctness Mr John Johnson made his tones rich and full as he sling of liblory Many of the boys can say with him Thats glory enough for me Miss Williams rendered wall Bakers Dance of the Eccossaise We always expect much from the Misses Jo Hord Frank Daisy Day Carrie Rose and Stella flanker and they did not disappoint us They hold tho audience not only by the beauty of the music but by tho perfectuess of execution The program closed with a beautiful vocal duet by the Misses Jo Hord and Stella Manker The program was a success Xo mediocre talent was displayed To teacher and class alike we ex tend congratulations TO MY FATHER Dear and old and gracious man Glad hes living because he can Happy to think bo has his sharp Of troubles and sorrows in this life to bear Away end alone from his home sweet In t- Its 1 Duty all While each of our hearts for his pres ence call But hes coming back to us all again As soon as work is oer and he feels be can We hope the bright spring will see him And we will meet him with many a glad welcome cheer He is always so happy so good and so kind- Xothing but goodness seems to enter his mind Well all be just as good as we can When dear old father againHis Resolutions of Respect TRENT COUNCIL No 111 Ju OUAM Trent Ky March 9 1903 While we bow iu humble submission to the will ol Our Creator who does all things well yet we fully realize that in the death of our dear brother John E Brewer Trent Council has sustained the loss of one of Itslgost valuable friends In his grand character of Junior Mini hood he displayed by his affectionate regard and love for his brethren his de light in our pleasure and prosperity his studious zeal in all our labors his untir lug energy for the promotion of all good and charity won tor him our apprecia regardWbileof tire Brewer we are prepared to bow reverently to the will of OLe whose decree is divine and final that we can but grieve with the bereaved family in their sorrow sad extend to them our heartfelt sympathy and commend them to Him who alone can comfort them iu time of trouble that wo sincerely and ulTectiou ately sympathize with the family anti friends in their sad bereavement re minding them that Ho who said tp the stormy waves Peace be still and soothes and comforts the troubled soul looks down on them with tender care iu their hour of sadness and grief Resolved That while we sincerely mourn ourloss wo are cheered by a well grounded hope that our loss iis his eter aid gain and that upon his entrance into that future life he will receive the welcome plaudit Well done thou good and faithful servant enter thou into the joy of thyLard Resolved That wo extend to the fam ily of our deceased brother our heartfelt sympathy and prayerfully commend them to God in whom he trusted and from whom alone can be found an ever present help in the time of trouble Resolved That a copy of these resolu tions be spread upon the minutes of our Council that a copy be sent to tbe fam- Ily of our deceased brother and published In TilE HAZEL GREEN tIERALD SEWELL 0 ROSE J D EDWARDS LUTHER BBOYW riii CommitteeI i y jt a X YFI r- p lmJI iIt Tf1lml nhlI1I bi UiDT I ij Alegclable lrcparalionfor similating ihcrox1andllegula- hhtingu the 5 I01l111Cl1S nndBowcls of Promotes DigeslionChecrrul- ncss and n stContains nellher- OpiumMorplune norNiaera- l1sOTARCOTIC erpedOldYSrIN LZLP1CIB- Rtnn dad AIXrornt RtIw3Urleqrnwi neraawkrt o C rrdC 1mJr Apetfccl Remedy for Constipa Ron Sour StomachDiarrhoea Vorms Convulsions fever sh ness and Loss OF SLEEP Fac simile signnlure or NEW YORK EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER R CASTORIA j For Infant and ChUdren The Kind You Have Always Bought r Bears tho- Signaturesi of h i In Use ForOlverry Thirty Year- s1CASTORIIt A THE ecNTua ooaNcwO om r Kash JohnsonKash r vr j a I r + k rJ sLLJl asky Lookout for i- I CECIL BROS T new advertisement whichwill appear next week perhaps M4 +ONE DOLLAR BUYS Tfip mountain Pee 1e of KpntiiPlni vr i This popular book1 which iis now in its fourth editionrr1 will for n limited time bo sold for 100 the copy postage prepaid to any point in the country Press and people are loud in praise of it and patriotism prompts many to buy it Why not you You well want it for your children Xo better testimony lo till worth anti success of that most admirable work done for the Kentucky mountaineers may lho found titan this book by Win H Hooey a mountain boy Mr years old he was horn In Morgan County and Ivan excellent ex 3 = ample of self reliance typical of his alertly race lie hoe conquered dlfficullltkofpover ty nnd other hampering circumstances defraying the expense ofhU own education by r the work ot his hauls while he wus at Hazel Sreen Academy Herea and Kentucky State College Meantime he has purchased a home for his father and mother has written thin 1 r book yearTwo life t as It actually Is mid to correct the wroiii impressions of It others have striven to fold ou the public Mr llaney plves an historical sketch of the mountain people attributing to Inherited traits nnd the Keutuekv eavtronnient the cliaraeterletica that dlstinguiehed them Social cunllitiolls oCllll hllluslricsllllIlUllolIl olllies Religion sod the Out look successfully nllbrd Mr Iliinoy subjects for Interesting discussion Ee has known mountain life JIn its earlier conditions us well us In recent years when conditions have been aounwhat improved great ns Is still the need for more improvement and for earnest help from the outside world beyond the mountains Though indeed one of the wheat lliinga Mr llaney says Is that lils hot only hell from beyond themo1nlalu that la peed Ill Alt litauggesta duct tt the ownutain people who have had thebeaeatof education will give some of theirI lives to those ot their blood whom they understand better than alien teachers could do this will be a decided gain for the mountain couiniunltlea i Mr Honey writes In a direct style In good engllsh that reflects credit bdttron his 1allnhlacollallleraUousof thehigherey education cud rellgionCourlerJournalM SI 00 Bugs It AddressJFltir A postpaid 1z y r u t J f c j Ylr ft tti 1 v e oI frt I t lt1 giH 1i1- dK i j I w titt on- T THifflrei are certain nerves thai control the action r t ofll h art When they J omeweak the heart Vcidoniff4nipaired Short breathpain around heart i choking sensation palpi a tat5n fluttering feeble e X f rdpulse and other J t q diiiSSwsing symptoms fol n2f t 1 t 1 M h MwDi Miles Heart Cure L vSlfcjfc medicine especially aewesthe needs of el w- E and the mus xjular structure of the heart itself It is a V strengthening tonic that br1Ijspeedy relief iWr ry ItFor roars I suffered with what I tfeovcMcwai stomach trouble whenI ttec doctors told me I had heart Ui trMM theDr tried many remedies iJ when Miles almanao camo 1 o JRy hands and I conclud j z zo tat brJUNI Heart Cure Ipave bottles and now I am j act at all I am cured and Il i o did It I write this In t8e hepe that It win attract the at taktlon of others who sulrerJUl1 didR s v MR8 804 Kaln St DON y Yer aJrufilattlli Dr Mlle Heart iCitre and wa authorize him to returnl Y i ie of f rt bottlo only If It Tails Indw i r x+ EFFECTIVIRIMEDFOIt S RHEUMATISM tIl SiatMaNwafjr dOhlaa and GIVE QUICK RELIEF Applied externally It affords almoit In raalltiwarretbeineffected by talcing permanent it In terntUjr pnrUyinsr the blood dissolving the poisonous substance and removing it from the = internDR O LA- NDruOf Brewtou da writes I bad bMaanffmr r r n mb reTasnlA whatumbaroaadabumanemmmatmand tag u4 trid alt tae nnMdlM that 1 coold nttMrfron neami ork ud alia eonraltad with tbaUolUIdIr aefl praalaf t L U Mlan- wTdtattlelMn tlelMn Mdnob a weak baekeased anaaYiadKidney Trouble that aba oaoktaMaUadoatiertMt Thmomne they a rr putiwdowneatheeoorehewomdcnamwitWlaa AreaaodaI well lid m bw I prsatb tDBOPS tarry palledI lid an p1eayaFREE Ifjnm are suffering with Rheumatism Lumbago Sciatica Neuralgia Kidney Troubl or any kindred disease write to uforatna111ottJof SDROPS PURELY VEGETABLE SDROWtaentlrelyfree from opium cocaine morphine alcohol laudanum C dother atollar ingredients r MM Bttla BDROP8 tOO Beaai 1 5 tOo rraatkyrgttta MHMTIB IIUIOM11r- IrtaJre Street fUdaM T ECeeillo1 WlIIlDUIge i1 I TheCeol tong Millinery have re w roeived their stock of fall and winter ladies fnruishing goods j hats l tetoreation both trimmed and lt HtitriHimfid latest frames and ti trijaiminga Also a complete line ol pleas goods and trimmings i rfMtirmadflfjjikirU shirt waists sitlteaadit gar hosiery gloves r J ttiefIuv t line of ladies and or displaythwid to call e forta Op ra fr t rwrwwIIRIT9CIY umLi CViftliy Collated ait Concisely Chronicled Fred Campbell aged 17 was cleared of the charge of willfully killing James Younger aged 2U in Louisville last May Self de fense was shown All Redmonof Paducah sudden dayPhysioiansarn paralyzed brought on by ex cessive smoking Upon affidavits filed by the de fendants the trial ot Beach Har gis the slayer of his father was set for the seventh day of the June term of the Breathitt circuit court The TexasKentucky Coal and Timber Co of Dallas Tex closed a deal at Lexington recently for 80000 acres of coal and timber lands in Mogoffin and Morgan counties for 285000 Gold is said to have been dis covered on the farm of J H Cole man in Graves county Tao ore Mayfieldis in paying quantities While rolling the training track on the Idle Hour farm in Fayette county Clifford Hanwood fell in front of a 8000lb roller which passed over his right leg and lower part of the body Hanwood sustained serious injuries After four full weeks session the Breathitt Circuit court ad journed last Friday Although most of the term was given to criminal cases there yet remain undisposed indictments against 82 persona charged with murder In the trial of John Abner for the killing of James Cockrell in Breathitt county the jury stood eight for acquittal and four for conviction and were dischar ged They were divided on the veracity of John Smith one of the participants in the murder Lucy Elam has sued the city of Lexington the board of health and two physicians for 5028 damages for compulsory vaccina tion The 28 she claims for the loss of 28 days labor at 1 a day The 5000 she wants for the bod ily and physical pain and mental anguishIn Federal District court at Catlettsburg Thomas Nnuce se cured judgment for 2000 against the Kentucky Block Cannel Coal Co and last week the latter filed a transcript of record in the Cir cuit Court of Appeal at Cincin nati asking that this be reversed Nance was at work in the compa st ve mines in Morgan county when e serioi ing pipe which forced him against a machine which he was operating and he sustained serious external and internal injuries He sued for 10000 damages 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 reliable remedy for coughs and colds la grippe asth ma bronchitis and hoarseness is sold under guarantee by all deal ers 50o and 1 Trial bottle free Any of our readers who need a 1008 calendar can secure a nice one size 0x9 inches by sending a 1 cent stamp to D Swift Co patent lawyers Washington D C CASTORIAPorI The Kid You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of c4aJei77444 FOR NEURALGIASCIATICA RHEUMATISM BACKACHE PAIN IN CHEST DISTRESS IN STOMA r sU Jf SS 1 Jf t f P u fft e 1 For Ladles Ills 122 MAKE IT YOURSELF Tells Our Readers How to Mix Best Rheumatism Cure A well known authority on Rheu matism gives the readers of a large New York daily paper the follow ing valuable yet simple and harm less prescription which anyone can easily prepare at home Fluid Extract Dandelion one halfounce j Compound Kargon one ounce j Compound Syrup Sar sapanlla three ounces Mix by shaking well in a bottle and take a teaspoonful after each meal and at bedtime He states that the ingredients can be obtained from any good pre scription pharmacy at a small cost and being of vegetable extraction are harmless to take This pleasant mixture if token regularly for a few days is said to overcome almost any case of Rheumatism The pain and swelling if any diminishes with each dose un til permanent results are obtained and without injuring the stomach While there are many socalled Rheumatism remedies patent med icines etc some of which do give relief few really give permanent results and the above willno doubt be greatly appreciated by many sufferers here at this time Inquiry at the drug stores of this neighborhoodelicits the informa tion that these drugs are harmless and can be bought separately or the druggists here will mix the pre scription for our readers if asked to Best Healer in the World Rev F Starbird of East Ray mond Maine sa ed everal yeln1 1u 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 25o at all dealers LEMON JUICE CURES FRECKLES But Constitutional Freckles are Practically Permanent Freckles are the most obstinate of all summer blemishes and tho they may be removed they are condiltionsditious consist of iron in the blood and direct rays of sunlight Little particles of iron find their way through the drainage tract of the skin and deposit themselves under the surface of the scarfskin and the action of the sun darkens them into the irregular discolorations called freckles I cJassessayltthewhish appear only in the summer time and fade away at the ap proach of winter and those which are constitutional and come to maybewith the use of simple lotions but the latter depart only when the scarfskin is removed When the d1C 4 L It r 1iiooi Great suffering Isth lotof all women who negfct the thYot their wt r manly organs No reason to do so any more than to nelcct a sotethfoatr colic or any other disease that the right kind of medicine will cure Take 111 Wine of Cardui 1 1tfor all your womanly ills It can never do harm and is certain to do good 1 Mrs Salllo H Blair of Johnson City Tenn writes I had suffered from womanly troubles for sixteen months and had four doctors but they could not help me until I bstNow I think I am about well At all reliable druggists In 100 bottles Try It tA4v1ctCnWKI1 4 scarfskin grows again the freckles I also return The safest and simplest treat juiceTake juicetouch begiqtodis applythecloth But this is very apt to burn the skin unless a little gly cerine be added to neutralize the effect It is best to dilute the glycerin with rose water and add enough lemon juico to make the face smarts Good for Everybody Norman R Coulter a prominent architect in the Delbert Building San Francisco says I fully endorse all that has been said of El ectrio Bitters as a tonic medicine It is good for everybody It cor kidneydisorders manner and builds up the system Electric Bitters is the best spring medicine ever sold over o druggists couner as a blood purifier it is unequalled 50o at all dea- lersTREES Fruit and Ornamental- Everything forOrchard Lawnand Garden Our Strawberry Plants are moneymakers Try em WRITE FOR FREE CATALOG WE HAVE NO AGENTS- H F HILLENMEYER SONS LEXINGTON KY 1LritiCOUC+ i AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH DrKings New DiscoveryF- OR CSffii18 ftrffcAND ALL THROAT AND LUNQ TROUBLES OtJAltAXTDD flLTIBFA0T08 OK XOKZT RKPUHDED T1e WinonostOf BantY WINCHESTER KY N HWrrnEBsrooN President Paid Up Capital t 10000000 Undivided IroQts I 11000000 Handsome Deposit of Vover t t t 950000000 This bank lollclti the accounts of merchants farmers traders and boatoes men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky andofferattacntom- en everylfacIlity andthe nottilber4Jl lbinthelamiteof1ejtlmatbbanking DAY HOUSE Hazel Creen Ky Mrs LdU DAY Proprietor Beet table fare In Eastern Kentucky A large sample room connected Heated and lighted by gas throughout and special ac commodatious to traveling men DRMIUS ANTIPAIN Pius 1 Headache r HAZELGREENACADEMY Spring Term Opens March 1 17th 1 1908 Special attention will be given to teachers who wish to review all the Common Branches in propagation for Spring Examinationsc r The COURSES OF STUDY have been revised so as to afford theOttbest advantages possible for young men and women who desire to bet ter prepare themselves for teaching or wish to prepare for the STATE Y CERTIFICATE or the STATE DIPLOMA The AOADEMIC COURSE well equips the student for the SOPH Yi1 OMORE YEAR in College yrr The Faculty is composed of Nine Teachers y Careful attention is given to each student TUITION 13 FREE Incidental Fee of 500 is charged for the term Board with Heat and Light 200 per week Furnished Rooms Free Write for Catalogues M 0 CARTER SecyTreastH1tJ DERTHICK Principal r Ladies Dress Goods LI In Fancy and Fashionable Patterns Hamburg Laces as fine fiijt as looms can make j GENTS FURNISHING GOODS ins HI I eluding ties shirts collars suspenders etc j Prints of the j nj latest design and Domestics bleached and unbleached j a jjf line of Rugs including Brussells and ingrain weaves Oils 8y Jj Paints Drugs Glass Putty Stoves Tinware Crockery o MrI CLOTHING SHOES HATS CAPS Iin ondlesB variety and great quantity so low in price you will sjlj f 01 be bouud to buy Did we hear somebody say GROCERIES fWjj 9j Well weve Kotlemand canned goods of every kindAp lil riots Peaches Peas Tomatoes Corn Sweet Taters and Jt 111 IMljim r 1 t6y In Presidential Year 1908 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