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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i j f Ir i c E GREENS PEft t Y fl-iI p Established March 4 1886 Made Famous la thit Story of Jonathan arid Hisi Continent by Max ORell O rIt r i r 7 C fe BFENOER OOOPKB rcna r- r 100a iiAiOwner and Kdltor Y Yl t I TWENTYTHIRD YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 20 1908 NTTMB h88 LixififtQRI and Eastern Railway I Time Table In Effect NOT 18 1906 t TWEST ROUND NlNoBl Dallyand DallyIX STATIONS SUJ rSundayAMiArrPlIArr6 to am 0 Jackron 0 2 20 pm 0KJunctlon 2 2d pm8 Upm 20 320 piliBeaUTveJo107 am 20 40 b 41 Torrent pm 7 30 am 40 746 am 44 Nat Bridge 44 365 pm 7 43am Camp Lon Juntn 3157 pm Stanton 67 4 26 pm 8 16 am 67 8 26 am 62 L7a CUr 62 4 36 pm 9 00 as 70 L Ii E Jnnon 70 6 07 pm 90 6 20 pm- 9o6 Wlncheeter9 12 am 90 am 94 Lexington 94 606 pm LAST BOUND Dally No2 ex nreNo4STATIONS I DallYlnd Sunday eunday r PM LnAMLveLexington 0 7 3b am 225 0 310 pm 20 Wlncheter 20 8 13 am I 8 26 3 25 pm LEJunctlon Pm r 40 9 02 am 4 00 pm 40 Clay City 9 10 am stallton11444 10 pm 44 4 40 Campton Jnntn 38 pm 4 45 pm pm 67 Nat Bridge b119 43 am 82 56 am 4 67 pm 2 Torrent 518 pm 70 BeattyveJo am r 6 10 pm 90 OKJnncn 7011017 am amJackson0016 pm 94 CONNECTIONS L E JUNCTION Trains Noe 12 and 3 will make connection with the C 4 O By Mt Sterlingfor 1 2 GAMPTON JcHCTION Tralni rios 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central R for Pine Ridge and Campton WrrYVLLB CTioKTrln Nos 2 with the L amakend A Railway for at Beattyv111e passenger to froD1Beattyvme nd4Oebnnect with theO K Hallway for statl9DIoa the O K Railway W AILCDOWELLGeneral Tanager OHAfli8CjDTTGenPaii Agent I OHIO KENTUCKY RAILWAY Tim T ble May 21 I I9Q5 I EST BOUND No 33 IK KNo 21 Dally or S STATIONS g Dally ex Sunay r 8nnd y+ PMAuE 0 27 PM ABE 5 20 6 Cannel City 22 12 35 4 65 11 Helechawa 20 12 19 4 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 61 352 22 Wilhurat 6 11 44 3 10 27 OAK Junction 0 11 16 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND No4 I K No 22 paUy ex = STATIONS g Dally ex- B San day 1 8unl1ay AM tn PMLVB 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 7 33 tlHeleehawa 6 1 17 745 19 Lee City 11 123 8 24 13 Hampton 13 1 44 8 37 ho Wllhnrit 20 161 J t 0 25 1 OAK Junction 22 2 25 1r 9 30 I 0 Jaekion 27 2 30 Nos 21 and 22 will make close connecttoi tt at O A L Junction with Noi 3 and 4 for point oa the Lexington and Eastern Ball I way 11- 9padoept mountain Oe1mi 1RaUJOaa No1 No 2 t DEPART ARRIVE 600 a moo Campton 11 30 a m 200 p m Campton 600pm No 2 No1 ARRIVE DEPART 1 80 mCampn Juna1005 am t l 880 pmCampn Juno 4 40pm The Mountain Central makes connection with all L E pas s senger train- sFARM FOR SALEI I offer for sale my farm of 100 acres lying H miles east of Hazel GrenSm ll dwelling outhouses angood well Terms reasonable Ciillouor address H O LACY l Pine Ridge Ky J T 9 Q IJ WILLIAMS t JJtW PD SUltGEOR HAZEL GBEEN KY= avarA htep4te+jlt1 eryCeI to the clU- B of HiMwtOrea snd wiroaudig BOBBY c rPrbaed wf Laawar ash oill ottfUaOott 1 11 TpL i M tidfv dilllNel- N J c- QrihM v Pr r COUNTY NEWS 1 Local Items ofgeneral interest to a majority of our readers especially distant friends CAMPTpH CURRENCY 0Willie Welsh the flour man is interviewing our merchants today I Buen and 0 W McNabb of Tol iver were in town on business yes terdayEmmett Swimm has been work ing in the Circuit clerks office for a few days Dr D H Kash visited his bro ther S H Kash at Hazel Green Sfaturda and Sunday Mrs Alf Kash has been confined to Iher bed for the past week with a severe attack of la grippe Marriage license were yesterday issued to James Gilbert and Dora Deaton both of this county J D + Spencer and Wayne Bry ant of Oklahoma were in town yesterday and registered at the Central Hotel The firm of J W Co their this week sold out stock of goods to J HStamper Tom left for his home in Madison yesterday Rev J M Tolson preached a very interesting sermon at the Baptist church here Sunday morn ing to a large and appreciative audience Rev Bruce Trimble of Mt Ster ling was in town Friday of last week sellingl i stationery court blanks etc to the business men of our town The merchants and business m of Campton have prof erred oh org before the railroad commission against the Mountain Central R R charging extortion A number of our citizens are attending the trial of the suit be tween Lena Williams plaintiff and Wm L Hurst defendant at Stanton this week The jury was selected yesterday Suit was filed in Circuit court here yesterday by Robert Cox against Robert Grain to recover 7J acres of land held adversely by Grain The land is located on Red river near Coxo mill The marriage of Willie Cannoy son of Shelby Cannoy and Miss Mattie Elkins youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs Isaac Elkins both of Campton wjll take placo at tbo home of the brides brother Sam J Elkins on Washington street tomorrow afternoon at 1 oclock The many friends of these popular young people unite in wishing them their full share of lifes pleasures March 24 S S 8TILLWATERSPARKLBS 00J A Rose went to Hazel Green sureR J RoseSr is still on the sick list Mrs Dulcina A Rose is improv slowlyMrs Bush is very sick at this writing S H Rose and wife visited with B J Rose and wife Sunday Mrs Susanna Tyra of Lane is visiting the family of D B Tyra John Cox Sr of Red river pagst ed through here Saturday enrontq to Campion Quite a large crowd took in the cake ouitiujl aOmine9jlwwer8 Saturday uight WTJ t l knelt Lire I ls i1JIjiiifi Nbr tFtdfz tMr C ft frti yiho 1 f i t TO CORRESPOHDEMTSHail your Items early 10 they will reach our office eveningMondeifnot be published uuless of unusual Im portance Advertise no ones business and write on one side ot the paper only 1 Ion 0 C Roses farm Miss Katie Wells of the Swango fork is visiting the family of G B Rose at the bridge- S C Rose has been doing a lot of fencing clearing etc prepara tory to raising a crop Hannibal Hurst of Wilhurst and Mike Dolphin of Campton were visitors here today Newt Hatton and wife havo sep arated again This is the third time and perhaps the charm GD Stamper passed through here Thursday en route to Days boro to attend Squire Fallens courtSquire J M Taylor and wife of Stillwater have separated again He has moved his things out and is batching it Howard Miller and sisters Ella and Mandy attended church Sun day and took dinner with their unole Owen Coldiron There was a crowd at the Laurel meeting Sunday and Revs James Brewer Sr Jeff Brewer and D B Center made interesting talks J D Edwards and Cal Cnndiff as trustees of school district 25 brought suit against James Brewer tc recover some land which they claim belongs to Laurel district The officers of Trent Council Jr 0 U A M last week sent to the Beneficiary Degree Pittsbnrg a proof of the death of Jor ewer n his idow ULislct v vO and also 20 from the look THE HERALD correspondent recently received a letter from J D Rose at Weedman Ill in which be says they are having nice dry roads out there and buggy driving is no obstacle with them while herewe are doing exceedingly well ifwe can get a jolt wagon over the road Some of the roads in Wolfe county are dangerous to travel James Brewer Jr of Gosney ville lost week traded two mares to Logan Noble for two matched mules and paid a difference of 75 These are the same mules Shelby Connoy sold to J W Taulbee of Daysboro for 440 Jimmie says he has the mules to sell He also bought a tract of land on Red river from the the widow of the late Jamns Buchnnin end says the price iia private but he is offering it for sale March 23 DOMINGO LEE CITY LOCALS 0Mrs J B Rose of Mizo is in this vicinity visiting relatives The people are gardening and preparing to sow oats and grass F F Flannery of Winchester is here figuring on loading a feW cars of lumber Dr Wise went to Torrent Tues day to attend to the sick family of J D Sparks Harlan Pratt has moyedfrom the H L Taulbee property to that of Clarence Pratt John Aloorn of Heidelberg was he Thursday to see hii brother Tilden on business G C Alien of Campton is haQrq this week visiting hivi father an4 looking after businers matters David Graham wont to Lexington Wednesday He says their 1 tdqIMVArt1 e lg 14 r y j nff e J 1 r or 7 Miss Lula McGuiro of Monica left Sunday for that point She hqd been staying with Mrs Carrie Rose for the past three months GW Center Son of Belknap who failed in business during the panic left here Friday for Mt Sterling to be present at the bank ruptcy proceedings there Saturday Bruce Rose Henry Clair and George Taylor went to Jackson Wednesday night on the special which had quite a number of peo ple who were going to attend the skating rink March 23 A R LANDSAW LACONICS 0Joe Whisman wont to the Cala boose neighborhood Saturday on businessMrs Dunn of the Dunn fork of Stillwater is very sick at this writing William Shackelford of Frozen Creek visited in this place a few days of last week Mrs Caroline Taylor visited her sister Mrs Clara Pence of Hollow creek Saturday and Sunday Not much news this week The writer has been down on the farm and not had time to hunt news Hon J M Tester had an old time shrubbing and quilting last Wednesday and all report a good timeRollin Combs went to Campton Saturday with a wagon and reports the roads as being in a very bad condition The farmers are doing more clearing fencing and plowing and sowing more grass than ever be fore at this place James Tester wbo has been at tending the H G A during th winter months has come home to assist in farm work I ArthBfKash came over t y with home folkc dlon- of the H G A but has returned to tend the spring term Cap Hurst and wife nee Mary Swango came over last week from Frozen to see Mrs Hursts father and visit the old homestead Every one farming here It looks as if the people aim at mak ing up this year for the deficiency or shortage that has existed for the past year or two H J Spencer constable at this place has been busy for the past few days serving papers in a suit of school trustees of Laurel district and James Brewer The trouble is over a piece of land Mrs Miller reports the follow ing births March 4 to the wife of Willie Shoemaker a boy j llth to the wife of Abner Trent a girl 15th to the wife of Steve Brewer a girl 18th to the wife of James OHair a lOlb boy March 23 ANON INSKO ITEMS 0Melva Elam has just returned from Magoffin Wm Bailey Jr and wife spent Sunday with bis brother Marion Henry Hammond of Nettie was a guest of Pros Grace Saturday and Sunday We are informed that a gas well has been struck at Lee City Won der if its true Sam Patrick recently moved his saw mill to Porter Davis whore he has a large job purohasedtwoisTeady for hauling All ojf the sick are improving except Missj Phipps who is report to be no better byhisfrailjlacityyIsfliugrelptiveii If 6 DJAa- E if r MIZB MITES 0John Green Ross moved from SquireKelso Couchs to Mrs Nan cy Bishops place Monday Mrs Sebron Walters from near Hazel Green was in this vicinity Saturday and Sunday visiting rel atives and friends Jim Day a popular teamsterof Caney was among us Sunday and Monday He was the guest qf George Oldfiold on Grassy John Barnett of Ezel Joe Ce cils right bower was in this neck o the woods Sunday shaking hands with his many friends Misses Ethel Cecil May Pack and Louisiana Barnett and Mrs Ellen OWfiold were entertained Monday at the new homo of Mrs Maggie Jackson Jim Bartlett an export fence builder of Long branch assisted by Caney and Will Haven put up 250 panels of fence on Mrs Mag gie Jacksons farm Ellis Oldfield gave a magic lan tern and moving picture show at the Caskey school house Saturday night The house was packed The scone of the Resurrection of Christ was the leading feature The new house of Mrs Maggie Jackson looks fine since the paint ing is done The outside is gray trimmed with white while the in terior is oak finish handsomely polished Sam Wilson did the job Milt Lykins passod through our village Friday headed for Breath itt and other counties He says he is going to buy 100 head of cat tle and that Ben Murphy is not the only cattle king in the mountains s big rat killing came off last say on MarionPhillips farm uidjsrib and a hog pen were torn Rats scampered in pn three dogs that had been given free tickets to the show After it was all over 75 dead rats were found March 23 POET MURPHY FORK MINUTES o=John Lawson is very low with consumptionBorn 10th to the wife of Milt Lykins a girl Arthur Kash of Landsaw was calling at John Pieratts Sunday Jeff Elam and wife visited Mrs Elams parents from Friday un til Sunday Henry Murphy is complaining with a severe pain in his side for the past week Uncle Harry and John Murphy made a business trip to Oakdale Thursday and Friday Frank Hughes moved from the Frank Oldfield farm last week to Clyde Wilsus place on Red river Miss Ura Murphy visited her uncle Andrew Couch and wife Friday and remained until Sun dayJohn Hughes moved from Buen MoNabba farm on the Chapel branch to Uri Fugates farm last week Mrs Bon Murphy was taken suddenly ill Monday night and Dr A C Nickell was called to at tend her Mrs Ramsey Phillips of Bethel and Mrs Mollie Phillips of Public Square visited Mrs Lula Phil lips on Long Branch who is very ill fc Mrs Maggie Wilhite and Mrs Belle Elam passed through our village en route to Ezel to BO Adgmswlio irrok Ziti J J of LJ t f I Ii r tORIIiiX liI Mrs Joan Stftjaper has been sick but ia araob better Monroe Govedon went to Cannel City Tuesday bit bus aeee J Robert McClure is very Iokj also his tittle daughteliI ula We learnthatJJ Day will leave this weektir Cin inijatjpi J1 a business expedition Miss Lonva Day BteQpeg on a nail which penetratedherfootc- ausing a very painful wpmidV fr rflj K Tjfyv J D Henry Co haVfi moved Mrintoit is the neatestcountry ltorewe 1 ever saw 1 It is reported thatTJiefr Geve don of Little CneyVwHo biwiben suffering from m=lJztia far il not expected to recover Quite a number will attend Cir y suit court Mbnday at Ayjj Jlgtj ty I suspect the attraction iar new judge and a new courthouse l Dr E C Qevedon and Zphrt f Amyx are running nige line tof ift 5 i optbeirso many orossneighbors r Arthur Ross and Claude Mrc Clure two of QragfyBmosti prqm ising young men returned last week from Hazel Green whjrt they had been attending schooll JudoDayof books for J D Henry 4 Co last week Judge is a hustling clerk and will keep books for the firmWe thought the night riders were coming after us Wejjnesjgiijf night last but were surprised to learn it was only tho boyajreturn ing from the Junior lodge at Long Branch at 2 oclock a maMarch 21 DOUNO o S5 J B Holloa recQJyed a carlogt a of flour Friday Jo Lykins of Lexington Was here Friday on business Joseph F Heinricb of Cannela IiCityMrs J B + Holler was visiting at Mrs C B Mocrei fcundayr1 J F Wilson sold his progpjty to M C BurkhaTjtrpjrio- e unkulbwh J F WUsqpn3ade atripltoMt fdayBen Mnrp yp sjed through hereIBro thitt t 9buy j- Mrs J H Niokei and MjyP E Gullett called op Ml F jj fWilson Saturday John Sally moved frq rn Jawf- eWilsons pUcW VVWftSWi9 below HazelGroojp The 0 K railroad will run A special trainJU L1 jnojjning and eveningra f toi fBorn to tlp wjfopf J F Wit son a girl to the wftffCf Clay Wilson a girl DJ GKjSCenter officiating MesdamesRobert and John Cau dill and Mrs B 8 Slsmper and MtpFPMiss Bertha lHaagoC hou der Blade w ywjUjg friends at JllVIGlInyIIThitii GraebPassed AtrbBhet a 1 l P oltr March 2L GRANNY y tthCA r jqsas Kr oT t fHE lorro HERALD EnUrfatth faiel CJretm Poet r iloaasoerdIIlUmatte f1uiIN COPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY ttn THURSDAY Mar 20 1008 ANNOUNCEMENTS jPti CH01JIT COURT JUDGE Bi PY We are authorized to nn NMLLli DounceJudgeG WGour r 1eyof Beattyville ae a candidate for ldreult Judge of this the 23rd Judicial lictaubJect to the action of the Re j pxbltcanparty- fa iFHMMMVEALTHS ATTO- RNEYr STARWe are authorized to an A H Stamper of Carapton as a candidate for Common wealth Attorney of the 23rd Judicial DiatrletJ to fill the unexpired term sub Jeetite the action of the Democratic lye- yy MINI We are authorized to announce 1Mt 11S Kelly Kalb of Jackson as R eudMiie for Commonwealths Attorney for the 23rd Judicial District subject to the action of the Republican party 0FaR CIRCUIT COURT CLER- K1IIIaIIWe are authorized to announe Cesar Linden of Gillmore as a candidate for the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to the Democratic primary 0TAN COUNTY COURT CLERK are authorized to announce TUTTWe B Turf as a candidate for the office of County Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party FOR SHERIFF Y We are authorized to announce EIYN Roy Hurra as a candidate for i f the office of Sheriff of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic h patty FOR JAILER are authorized to announce DYERWeP Dyer as a candidate for the office of Jailer of Wolfe Countysub ject to the action of the Democratic party FOR ASSESSOR 4 TVDI We are authorized to announce I MI D B Tyra of Stillwater as a candidate for Assessor of Wolfe county subject to the Democratic primary FOR the first time in the history of tho organization the District Convention of the Christian church will be h i iIt emg Saturday and Sunday r lurch 28sh and 20th The time JB BO very limited that our house wives will hardly have time to prepare for the entertainment of guests who will be within our but every one who has the should display the native Ithe for which we are pro and welcome them so hear that mine host will always be ors r kindly remembered by the strang Y or sojourning among us Follow the injunction Beware how you entertain strangers lest you outer tain angels unawares and all will go well To be honored with the convention is a matter to be 1proud of on our part and all citi sane should vie with eaoh other to- so entertain the strangers that I Ip tbeytoo may be proud ot having beep here and ever after sing our r poans of praise Abroad in the land The program follows- Pa0aEA7rntoatatra f March 28C W B M Day Devotional Report 700 P M Exerclie by Juniors JOrch 29 Bible School Day W W McGuire President r c 900aaDnotlonal Exercises Study of i Bible School Lesson d94o a mPreaidentaAddressThe Pur poses of this Convention r 1 50L mAddressIlow to Interest the VUttUl la the Study of the Bible in the Bible SchoolRev H J Derthick JlW6a ra Round Table Discussion con dueled by Robt M Hopkins 1100 a mSermon Bobt M Hopkins AFTEBNOON I 200 p mAddreuTbe Work of VIiII I Itatloa Qeorge D Verco 216 prmAddresseEducational Work b Teacher Training EtcM O Carter 230 p mThe Work of Grading the Bl hle S hoal Growth arid Needs of Sunday tt School Work in Eastern Kentucky Xenix Sirsngo 345 p mAddressNeed of Leaden in j + t EasUrnKeotucky Estlll Clark Jfft S60 pmAddrYwB1bleSchool Organ pertbiokklOD conducted 1Y bji liaZ Jti n 1 c 1aleky IlsaloaV 1 z Irflu b 7 r 1 itTHE Lexington Heraldat Tues day reciting the wanton destruc tion of property and thO murder der in cold blood of the poor and inoffensive old man Hiram Hedges of Nicholas county suggests that the people can wipe out the wan toness by forming a law and order league Ordinarily such a remedy would be amply adequate But if all but 20 per tout of the peo plo are in sympathy with night riders where can law and order find recruits A better way in our humble judgment would be for the governor to offer a reward sufficient to bring some guilty ones to trial and conviction Then a few healthy hangings would sure bring peace Will Have It Reproduced Ashland Ill March 10 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir We deplore crime and lawlessness everywhere but it is a pleasure to read your editorial in THE HERALD of March 12 on the mountain feuds and tobacco night riders Many times we as former Kentuckians are forced to bear many unkind criticisms because of the reading that some unscru pulous papers send out ofcourse sensational but readable as it comes from the mountains of Ken tucky Because of the numbers of times that I am called upon to discuss the situation in Kentucky I have a notion of having your editorial reprinted in our local paperMrs French sends regards to yourself and Mrs Cooper Sincerely yours C E FRENCH To His New Home Mt Sterlihg Ky Mar 15 Dear Mr Cooper You will please change the dear old HERALD from Stepstone to Mt Sterling Route 3 I have just moved to my new home and am well pleased with it I have had a pretty hard siege but proud to tell my personal friends that I am having very good success flan cially and otherwise I am blest with having the best woman oil earth as I see and two bright healthy children which I prize highly I have no desire to go- back to the red brush too but- wouldJL like r hake a J and other warm personal friends I claim in that section of the country Elizabeth says to give Mrs Cooper her best wishes My farm joins J W Cecils so you see we have home folks near us Thanking you for past kindness and wishing TIlE HERALD success 1 remain faithfully W W QUICKSALL Wants a Combination Campton Ky March 14 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir Enclosed you will find 125 for which you will please send me THE HERALD and the Courier Journal for one year I think there is a mistake about THE HERALD I was behind two years and sent you 2 so if there is all right and if not all right Please send paper and oblige yours H C REYNOLDS I i Great Pleasure ii Their Home Campton Ky March 10 Dear Editor You will find on olosdd 225 to pay for your valuable paper THE HERALD is a great pleasure in our home each week We both join in sending our best regards to yonreelf and better Respy MRS 0 H SWANGO Seids It to a Friend Campton Ky March 18 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Friend Cooper I have a friend in Wisconsin who I would like to have the best paper in the world TilE HAZEL GREEN HERALD Send to Chas B Faulkner Crandon Wis for which you will find enclosed my check for 75f for one year for same Yours truly W B DUFF 1r r=Y 00 7 ct PU 1 IIIii1IIII 4cOverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Bleed All the blood in your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes yourbloodI ter out the waste or Impurities In the blood If they are sick or out theyfieto do Pains aches and rheumatism come from excess of uric acid In the neglectedkIdneyKidney trouble causes quick or unsteady thougntheyoverworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries It used to be considered that only urinary kidneysbutall constitutional diseases have their beginning In kidney trouble If you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy Is soon realized It stands thelhlghest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases merllsGlllilby noaoreopancrfreeout If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mistake but remember hv1me Swamp Root Dr Kllmrr EincamtoaIl SALEM SINGSONG 0N P Chaney and son Russell are this week in Pike county buy ing stock Boone Phipps has just returned front Magoffin where he has been doing some photographic work Mrs Oscar Long and children of Salem are this week visiting her father Nelson Chaney of Jes tonLarla Lay the little daughter of Ed Tumble has been seriously ill for the past week but is im proving Harry Nickell of near Daysboro was at Salem Saturday looking after some business concerning machineryMrs Wilson with her two children were thrown from a horse Saturday morning but fortunate ly all scaped injury Hello B B I the Buzzes of Burr ton so far supassos our humble song that it is a greater pleasure to remain a silent listouor F 11 bG honey A H Burgess Harvey Chaney and B Blankeuship are this week at tending court at West Liberty March 28 l ORIOLE OArORXABears tb the Kbd Yon Haw Atop Bought Bignatwo of MAYTOWN MISSIVES o Henry Pieratt left for Illinois Thursday Mrs L P Hall is very sick at this writing X Rev J Adams and wife are on the sick list this week R A Day sold his stock of goods to Frank Clark J R Little Co J R Little left for the city this morning to lay in a stock of spring goods Jim Ingram wife and daughter Ruth Wills spent Sunday atHen- ry Murphys Our postoffice has moved again We are going to put it on wheels so it will be ready and not so much trouble to move Asa Pieratt bought back his house and lot of Roy Pieratt and moved to our town again Roy moved into the house with his motherinlaw Mrs Brown March 28 RAINDROP No Tine to Gather News Lee City Ky March 18 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir and Friend Enclosed find money order for 7Sf for THE HERALD one year from date as you nave a correspondent from this place and I have no more time to gather news for the dear HERALDWith wishes for your success and happiness I remain Yours very truly JAMES BI tmN j W i + tzJ a v L Exteii Its Snfescrifteir KyDearmy check for 1 50 which you will place to my credit and extend subscription accordingly Yours truly JAMES DRAKE Neosho Mo R F D No3 March 14 1008 TILE HAZEL GREEN HERALD Hnzol Green Ky Gnu UOI1HJII Plouso Rend us Tin HAZEL GREEN HKRALD fur one year Also lot us know the sub scription price and we will remit at once Yours truly LANBAW Co SHERIFFS SALE 0- By VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION 1136 directed to me which is sued 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 in at the court house door in Campton Wolfe countYIKy expose to Public Sale to t bidder the following property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy plaintiflTadebt interAt and costs towit One house and lot In Lee City Wolfe county KY bounded as follows towit On the cast by J T Graham on the west by A J Stampers lot on the north by Main street on the south by R U Rose it being the lot R A Dunn sold to James P Siarer and levied upon as the property of R A Dunn TermsSale will be made on a credit of three months the purchaser to exe cute bond with npproved security to replevinbondbondWitness my hand this 17th day of March laOS J W COX Sheriff of Wolfe County miSS Faa9 Long THE MILLINER HAZEL GREEN KY Invites the 1ladies fHazel Green I anTiYto call nafTpeott- he latest creation in Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats Frames Flowers Feathers Ribbons Etc just received from her Cincinnati buyer and embracing latest out Ladies mflHumi Skirts in Voile Panama and Linen i Readymade Waists a specialty in Silk and Wash Goods Latest in Belts and Col lars including a tasty collection Underwear Hosiery Embroidery Laces o in great profusion Your patronage is respect fully solicited Respectfully FALAY LONG BuggIes l Buggies I The citizens of Hazel Green and this vicinity are herewith informed that they can now buy firstclass buggies at home I am prepared to furnish the best made and at reasonable prices I dont han die anything but firstclass buggies and those who want cheap claptraps will have to go elsewhere Remember if you want a FIRST CLASS BUGGY one that will give satisfaction In comfort and wear I can supply you Call and see me at my shop in Hazel Green Respectfully JOHN H R- OSETREES Fruit and Ornamental- Everything for Orchard LawnandGarden Our Strawberry Plants are moneymakers Try em WRITE FOR FREE OATALOG WE HAVE NO AGENTS H F HILLEN MEYER it SONS hj XINGTONKY 4 t A Collar La- belJust Wherethe e most liable to occur Shield Brand suits are made the strongest They are right up to the scratch in style too Dont pucker in one place and pull in another 4 but possess an all around smooth form fitting appearance not found in any oth er suits sold within the range of popular prices 1000 the lowest 1800 the highest Tne price and guarautee are attached to the sleeve while the label shown above is sewed to the inside of collar I A H STAli ER- CAIMlPT07 T KY TRY YOUR LUCK ooooooooooooooooooooooooooo ooo + ooooooooooo000100010000000 25 in Free Presents Ka voooogooooooeooootaoeooooo000000o ooorooo oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo Tile5 WolteCounty Democratic Primary Election to se lect candidates for the various county offices will be held in the summer some time and THE HERALD avails of flub occasion to increase its subscription list and at the same time give its subscribers 2500 in useful articles such as watches andchains razors combination handy tool holder c This is in no sense a lottery but an educational problem in which each new subscriber and each old one who pays up and renews will have the opportunity to exercise his brain in estimating the vote to be polled at the coming Democratic Primary Election The price of THE HERALD is SIOO a year in advance and every subscriber is entitled to one estimate Old subscribers who pay up arrearages and one year in ad vance are also entitled to one estimate The one who sends in the closest estimate will receive a gold plated watch and chain next nearest gold plated watch and aluminum fob next a fine razor c Use the estimate coupon attached Write your name plainly and make figures of estimate very distinct Then enclose 100 with the coupon and mail to this office These coupons will be filed and the day after the election a disinterested committee will take charge of them and determine who is entitled to the presents The Presents That Will Be Awarded The person making the uearoet estimate will receive a gold A1A plated American watch good time piece and plated chain f1U 00 50Amerioan6 50Americau2 50at2 The person making the fifth nearest estimate of the totalQ2 Q vote at the primary gets a razor of the same kind 00voteI As soon as the Circuit Clerk furnishes us the figures we will give vote in two elections as a basis to estimate by 0000 Cut out this Name coupon care e fully after fill tiPostoffic6 ing and with Estimate State 100mailit ouooe oooooooooooJo us at once g 8endyouE estimate and your dollar to this office and wo wilt Letaol tfeoh oW fliuMraJjtyonrf SPBFOJBB COOPER yd- i J r- k t i r 1 iii y 1 Tf i k Io J t 21 JS f 5 1Iwc iL yLwt + uw = k r 1 cc= = = ter V jj LW Ty i1- tt l rfit If 16 j Coughs 1Ask your doctor about these throat coughs He will tell you how deceptive they are- A It tickling In the throat often means serious trouble ahead Better explain your case care fully to your doctor and ask y Kim about your taking Ayers Cherry Pectoral Wo pubUih our formula WI bOth oloolLot from our mtdHlmtt l eswiJyon your to tWho makes the best liver pills The J C Ayer Company of Lowell Mass They have been making Ayers PIIII for over sixty years Iff you have the slight est doubt about using these pills ask your doctor Do as he says always Midi by tho J c Ayer Co Low ll Mut- eHERALDTHE W T Caskey is this weok at tending court at West Liberty Charley Rose of Madison coun ty came in Saturday and will be here about ten days Mrs G C Maun tit Dan spent several days of last week with her 4 mother Mrs A P Dye The infant child of Mr Mrs Dan Davidson near Daysboro died Monday and was buried Tuesday Prof Patton Wednesday traded a fiveyearold bay horse to D C Miller Jr for a 10 year old black and 05 boot- Y Mrs Hiram Lawson of Frozen Creek visited her sister Mrs Tom Haddix of our town from Satur day until Tuesday Mrs A Pr Dye has been cou fined to her home and room by pneumonia for about two weeks but is now slowly recovering AJ Baird the contractor for the now concrete dormitory for the boys returned Tuesday from vis iting his folks at Indianapolis amtas rCIJ Lzz lean Kind w Nits Always Boom t or thedh8 Tvof T s moved from the John Fetter ly property to the house he bought of Rev Mr At kinson formerly tho Clayton Cen ter propertyIUncle Jack Ritteuhousos incu bator has hatched out over 100 chicks and ho thinks they will be ripe enough to pull by the time he has an influx of spring boarders John H Murray of Portsmouth 0 representing some commercial agency and a guest of the Day House for about a fortnight left Monday for pastures new in anoth er field Old Uncle Dan Noble well known to every one in the oonnty died at the home of Orless Barker on Gillmore Monday morning a We did hot learn his age but heY was in the 80s II Mrs W D French of Indianapolis arrived here Tuesday oven ing and will spend a month with her husband who is foreman of the concrete work on the new dormitory for the boys Some our readers thought it was funny Thursday to see Will Wal lis sitting on a slicker coat and on a mule going after Brock Wallis to help thresh oats for Lee Cecil owner of tho machine publioIon Lacy creek Saturdag at which John D Rose was the auctioneer and all who heard him in his role say ho is an artistic auctioneer Uncle Harry Swango contrary to expectations on Sunday rallied and was stong enough to walk all t r about the room It is thought at this writing Monday that he will survive the shock and soon bo him self again Apropos we were in orror last week about his ago at 05 fie is now in his 03rd year Later Wednesday his eon Ar r berry te11oiili that bie father is iw worse tf i r= c I a 4 Ot rr + t t i t it x yo ifi lIJ1J 3R JjMcLin received a dispatch Irridaymdrhing notifying him that his father had becomo paralyzed and loft at once for Rose HillVa to be With him and render what assistance he can J B MoLin Sr the paralytic has been a very remarkably vigorous man and has lived a strenuous life Ho and his wife have roared uino children and barring a touch of rheumatism to thu old guntloiuan this is the first illness to assail Ujo fam ilyHis friends hopn to learn that tho stroke was only partial and that he may regain his wonted healthLaterA letter from Bob says that the stroke was only partial and that his father will recover in a few days Misses Carrie Chambers and Liz zie Wilson two charming young ladies of tho academy student body paid our office a pleasant call Tuesday evening and the sun shine they brought lingered even after their departure The several parties which have called express ed a desire to see the paper being printed and we would suggest that as it would be an object lesson to them Prof Derthick might send all who Wish to know orlithe art preservative oi all arts to this office pext Thursday at 10 oclock a m properly chaperoned when thoYcan see the press in operation and our system ot addressing the papers A halfhour thus spent would givo them some practical knowledge Curt Pieratt says he has Tom Lee badly beaten on tho pigprop osition a gilt of his same age and full sister to Toms having pro duced 14 Saturday night Ten of them are still with the sow three he is trying to raise by kitchen swill and one died If all the Duroo Red Jerseys prove as prolific as the two we have mentioned our farmers should secure a pair each and endeavor to propagate this species of pork They are easily reared grazing very much ap do sheep and their meat is auperior to the old razorback which they should speedily supersede Miss Falay Long is now ir thg her nowuprmg stock ofcmy nory recently purchased by her buyer in Cincinnati but she will not have her opening display of trimmed and untrimmed hats some ot thu former patterns for a princess and in quality fit for any queenuntil Friday and Saturday April8rd and 4th As they say on circus bills dont forget the days and dates if you want to see the heavenly hat creations on display Mrs Alice Stead whose illness nas been reported in these columns from time to time died Tuesday night at the residence of her bro ther Jack Salloy aged 28 years She had boon a sufferer of that dread disease consumption for a long time Her husband was with her at tho end and was hero yes terday to get a casket She was buried yesterday we believe Mrs Jane Slimp of Neosho Mo who has been the guest of her sister Mrs W T Caskey during the winter has been on the sick list but is this week visiting on the Caskey Fork of Grassy I XOTIsq a Tho spring term opened with 40 more enrolled than a year ago Matt Combs and Nathan Mar tin both of Owsloy county en rolled in the academy lost week The athletic spirit is beginning to warm up The boys are racing a mile andover before breakfast Tho Sunday Schqal convention will afford opportunities to tho students of coming in cohtaot with some of our best Sunday school workers All should avail them selves of this opportunity- The excavation for the Industrial buildihg is nearing comple tion and tho secondstory of the dormitory for boys will soon be completed Thus while one building is being finished the founda tion of another is being laid A very interesting baseball game occurred Saturday afternoon be tween tho students of Morgan oounty and the students of the other counties the former being victorious iu tho sore of 0 to 8 The boys do good work for the be ginning and are enthusiastic to maintain the usual standard of tho team which Is the best in this part of tho state Under the efficient leadership of J H Williams we expect them to win new laurels CASTOR IIAFor Infants and Children Thi KM You Hari Always Bwght Bears the- Stgnaturo of Miss Arta Dye who was to have left for Bowling Green last week and was seriously detained will start for that place Friday where sho will matriculate in Cherry Bros famous business college having completed the work in the home academy some throe years ago On her way she will stopover with an uuole in Louisville for a few days No Use to Die I have found out that there is no use to die of lung trouble as long as you can got DrKings New ccovery says Mrs J P White R shb va PaIII would not be alive today only for that woff derful medicine It loosens up a cough quicker than anything else andcures lung disease even after the case is pronounced hopeless This most reliable remedy for coughs and colds la grippo asth ma bronchitis and hoarseness is sold under guarantee by all deal ers 500 and 1 Trial bottle free H F Pieratt of near Rich mond we learn through Charley Rose is suffering with rheumatism Ho intended to come with Char ley but feared the rheumatism would be worse away from home and ho did not feel equal to the risk The Lucky Quarter- is the one you pay out for a box of Dr Kings New Lifo Pills They bring you the health thats moro precious than jewels Try them for headache biliousness const pation mid malaria If thor disappoint yon tho price will be cheer fully refunded at all doalers tOO 1I1i1I1r1f Y1P1I1IiiiIf YIrif1 1Ilfr1P 1 tallSA Boston schoolboy was weak and sickly His arms were soft and flabby He didnt have a strong muscle in his entire body The physician who hadattended the family for thirty years prescribed Scotts Emufaton NOW youablacksmith ALL DRUQQISTSr fibb AND tlOO i v A 1f I t T o tlilii rt A Few Stray Shots J G Trimble of Mt Sterling Ky is visiting friends in Paris Illand Terre Haute Ind King Ford formerly of Pike ville and Mt Sterling Ky iis now president of a big Trust Com pony in Philadelphia The Stillwater Okla Gazette MCjClainia now one of tho prominent citi zons of the now stutu Goorgo re cently erected a handsome brick business house in his homo town THE HEKAID contains moro Kentucky state news thnn any weekly paper we get and less ad vertising At the same time iit contains more real humor titan Puck or Judge that cost fifteen times the price Long live the editor and may his tribe increase Jesse OHair of Fair Grange III aged 70 years died at his farm residence on the 14th inst from the result of a heavy born door having been blown against his head He was a prominent cit izun of Coles county for half a century His widow is a sister of Uncle Harrison Swnngo of your oounty Good for Everybody Norman R Coultor a prominent architect in tho Delbert Building San Francisco says I fully en dorse all that has been said of El ectric 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 nil dealers The Misses Mapel Troy who have been studying the fashions in a Louisville wholesale milli nary returned home Saturday and will give their patrons the benefit of the experience they gained and which they consider quite valua ble to them Their goods will are rivo this week and they will announce opening later Mrs Taylor Day ho he thanks of the editor and hjsoveneighths for a royal nhunipgreens and 1 y ere devour Ll v nomicI i lr ALDL gourmanc Best Healer in the World Rev F Starbird of East Raymond Maine says iI have used Bucklens Arnica Salve for several years on my old army wound and other obstinate sores and find it tile best healer in the world I use it too with great success in my veterinary business Price 25c at all dealers Squire John D Rose of Lacy creek has our thanks for a small list of new subscribers Ifothers of our friends would do as well we would soon have a list suffi ciently large to justify us in greatly t improving TilE HERALD Wanted We want to purchase delivered not later than June 1st to our mill on Lacy creek 100000 firstolnss 27 23 and 18 inch staves According tc the provisions of a contract which we made when timber was at tho highest we can pay you more for rough staves than can bo realized for same dressed and delivered to New York at the present time Any one who can make a few thousand or even a few hundred will do well to write or call and see the undersignedJ it Sox Everett Back couduorcf the- O K passenger train came in Saturday from Cannel City that he might stay over Sunday with his wife and daughter Hallio Day and Monday afternoon loft to re sume his duties See tho new adof Kash Johnson Kash the successors to D OI Miller Jr who are now showing their spring styles in Shield GoodHspdaomatkaliaoesi t I If if 111 tW Kind You Have Always Bought and which has bceaI ITho use for over 30 years has borne the signature of s9 and has been made under his per rf suual supervislou tdnco JtHlut1mcyo Allowno ono to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgopd are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIAI CastorJa Jis a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotlo substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind ColicIt relieves Teething Troubles euros Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates theYStomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWky J 14 Signature of cti8 VTA cThe Kind You Have Always Bought k In Use For Over 3Q Years THe eiNTAUH COMPANY TT Ml H KAY TKtT NEW YOU CITI r Kash JohnsonKashDEALERS General Merchaddise COUNTRY PRODUCE 00 HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of the people of Hazel Green and vicinity to tho new stock of goods they hove just received embracing general stores Staple and Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoes Clothing Fruits and Vegetables in season Farmers Hardware c and especially their Shield Brand Clothing Dress Goods Latest Prints Domestics all of which they sell at a small profit for CASH their policy being 14 Quick Sales and Small Profits Soliciting your trade which we a hope to meritby fair dealing we are respectfully yours Kr Jhnson Kash ffEUla Johnson in connection v I1S an uptodato S Livery and Feed Stable 2Jmmarst + r i 71esk Lookout for CECIL BROS new advertisement which will appear next week perhaps Sam Kash of the firm Kash Sample says they are selling goods so fast and are kept so busy that they have no time to 4 write an advertisement and he says if they had a new ad they would have to hire another as sistant for which they can not make room with the goods E T ROSE s a S1MPIK ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and CounselorsatLaw CAMPTON KY This firm will practice in all the Courts of Wolfe and adjacent counties Special attention given to Corporation Law and Real Estate Litigation Offices Second Floor Farmers and Trade ra Bank tff I I it 7 CJi +iiftfts AL Hrthappens In the home town the births marriages deaths the socIal affairs the comings and loma of the pen pieyour neighbors the notu of the schools and ohuroheaaU thess andmanyotherflawaadI teresting things that t II1IIIv i It IIjT SI- e KpC 4 iIl Aire You I T f Skkiu= sickness is due to r a systemYours x you cannot get well until i you restore nerve strength Your nervous system is statures power house tho i gettheirtnetpOFer is not there the actionT of the organs is v weak and disease sick 1Ij nets follows Dr Miles- ff Neryine cures the sick i because it soothes the i irritated and tired nerves q ev and gives the system a r uperateitTryit you not quickly feel its beneficial effect Y was given up to die by a lead- Ing doctor Got one of Dr Miles boOks and found that Dr Miles Ner 1 Tine fit tar case From the very first dose I took I got better I am better now than I have been for years and do all my own work on the farm That wnnt Dr Mlles Nervine has done forme and I am glad to recom mend It to others JOHN JAMES Rlverton Nebr Your druggist selb Dr Miles Nerv t Ine and we authorize him to return price of tint bottle only If It falls youJlJIesMedi al Co Elkhart Ind v tuF w CUBES RHEUMATISMLUMBAGO 1 NEURALGIA and KIDNEY TROUBLE WWS taken Internally rids the blood of the polsouous matter and colds which ttre the direct causes of these diseases Applied externally It affords almost In stant relief from path while a permanent care Is being effected the Weed dluolrlng the poisonous sub stance an4 reacting from the stem DR t D BLAND bBrwto P writes ofiJift1tIaIDIt aidcdudwtremdutaaeeonw4 gsWttfrommdlelworkudlOeoneultdl wttkannntMTOf tb bettpbTHduiibatlatind fromxFREEV ron are suffering with Rbeomatls Jfearalsia Kidney Trouble or ear kin fired dlseaM for a trial bottle el writesnd test It yourself e CDROPS eaa be used any length of Mmowlthoutacqulrlne a drug habit M It Is entirety free of opium cocaine alcohol teadMum and otl tr almllar lagredlents Lr alee nktle nnopeees o1 Fa Ws br IIrzctace fAItM MHJMftTK OD1E COMPANY c1 a el tee JAil etrect teat 1 I BEN MURPHY c DEALER IN fr GENERAL STORES NEOLA KY the citizens in and around Hole the best line of goods ever seen in r1Offers at the price A big round spent with him will bring you in return than it would anywhere produce and railroad ties taken L ioeicchangfl for goods and your patron youtyou never mucK you can save COUCHiM kNliftKingsNIW TalcsjTf II free AaiMLTleATMILUNG TMOUBLES s 17AZTsanMATr8PAOTOx i ODIuuBD 1 R DAY HOUSE troprletortI A rrou1c Cd jj ii ti I f ii dEi iitii Ctrefolly Collated Mi CeaclMly llrl lei A band of white caps rode into Benton early one morning recent ly and ordered every negro in the town to leave Clara Foster was given a life sentence for the murder of her husband in Whitley county last November He was shot through the head while asleep in bed Samuel 0 Nuokols an indepen dent tobacco grower of Woodford county advertises his farm of 810 acres for sale He says that his best interest require that ho leave the state of Kentucky In Nicholas county last Friday night Hiram Hedges an indepen dent tobacco grower was shot to death in his own doorway by a gang of 80 night riders who had come to horsewhip him An old waterworks thirtyyear bond of the issue of 1878 which had been lost sight of was pre sented to the city auditor of New port the other day for payment The interest amounted to 00850 Walter B Day state treasurer during the brief reign of Gov VI S Taylor was sentenced to serve one year in the penitentiary for forging the name of his uncle Floyd Day to a chock for 5000 Gov Willson signed the Bos worth good roads bill providing for submission to thepeoplo of a constitutional amendment next year that the credit of the state be used to assist the counties in building good roads During a severe storm in Mont gomery county one night recently the residence of Goo Stambaugh on Grassy Lick was blown down In Mt Sterling two stables were razed and much damage done to other property George Goodman suicided by the water route at Louisville by jumping off the K I bridge He wrote postal cards to several friends stating that he loved the Ohio so well that he decided to end his life in its waters Ed Mullins charged with the killing of Trick Tom Tharpe in Breathitt county jumped his bond but was captured in Lexington the oflier dyHm bondsman GT Strong had offered a reward of 160 for his apprehension At the request of the authorities of Pike county Jack Collins was recently arrested in Vancouver Wash on a charge of murder al leged to have been committed sev eral years ago Collins whoso name is said to be Jefferson Bev ins admits the killing but de clares it was done in selfdefense The Jackson electric light com pany has been reorganized under the name of the Jackson Electric and Hydraulic Manufacturing Co with L P Guun A S Moore and P W Norwood all of Lexington as incorporators The new concern will operate a light plant and waterworks and manufacture ice A State Law and Order League with Gun Simon Bolivar Buckner as president was recently organ ized in Louisville and branches will be established in every coun ty in the state The object of the league is to put a stop to the lawlessness and and anarchism now carried on in thu tobacco growing districts of the stateII FOR NEURALGIASCIATICA RHEUMATISM BACKACHEPAIN DISTRESS IN STOMACH 1 SLefPtfSSHfSSi d rs- 1 0 H d Bad Sign 323 James Spaldiug a wealthy far mer of Boyle county went before the county judge and asked to be locked up giving us his reason that he was afraid he would kilt his wife He further said that some months ago an uncontrolable feeling came over him to burn buildings and he set fire to Weis singer Bros stock barn He was sent to the Lakeland asylum Gatarrh Cannot Be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS as they cannot reach the seat of the disease Ca tarrh 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 Catarrah 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 beat tonics known combinedwith the best blood purifiers acting direrctly on the mucous surfaces The perfect combination of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh Send for testimonials freeF J CHENEY Co Props Toledo 0 Sold by all druggists price 76c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation PRINTED BY REQUEST Recipe Easily Prepared at Small Cost and Maiy Swear By It Mix the following by shaking well in a bottle and take in tea spoonful doses after meals and at bedtimeFluid Extract Dandelion one half ounce i Compound Kargon one ounce i Compound Syrup Sar saparilla three ounces A local druggist is the authority that these simple harmless ingredients can be obtained at nominal cost from our homo druggist Tho tixturo is said to clea- nseandn i thg clogged and inactive kidneys overcoming backache bladder weakness and urina ary trouble of all kinds if taken be fore the stage of Brights disease Those who have tried this say it positively overcomes pain in the back clears the urine of sediment and regulates urination especially at night curing even the worst forms of bladder weakness Every man or woman hero who feels that the kidneys are not strong or acting in a healthy manner should mix this prescription at home and give it a trial as it is said to do wonders for many persons The Scranton Pa Times was first to print this remarkable pre scription in October of 1906 since when all the leading newspapers of New York Boston Philadelphia Pittsburg and other cities have made many announcements of it to their readersIAny of our readers who need a 1008 calendar can secure a nice ono size 0x9 inches by sending a 1 cent stamp to D Swift Co patent lawyers Washington D CII irregularity is every dept dmentc t s in zltolrrs x but especially fea question of r Tait only is lta sign of female disease cured It will troubles beaus of the poisons thus allowed to remain in the system If you suffer in this way get a bottle of t Wine of Cardui ffM- rs Lucinda Johoton of Fish Creek Wis writes Isuffered for fourteen 14 years with Irregu lazily causing great pain At last I tried Cardui and now I am cured At all druggists In 1 bottles MediesiVK1 jl + ILiltAdtMl Ladles Advisory DepL The Qutunoon Mtdlcto eo CITeenr T 1 Who Will Be PresidentThis and every man must read to keep posted on politics The CeUlitl iulaaA Henry Watterson Editor Is a Democratic Newspaper but it prints the news as it develops One dollar a year is the price of tho ftteIde Iiil uial But you can get that paper and the- Hazell Green Herald Both One Year For 150 only If you will give or send your order to this paperNOT to The Courier Journal Daily Courier Journal 600 a Year Sunday CourierJournal 200 a Year We can give you a combi nation cut rate on these if you will write this paper TUe 1 Winonostof IIBani WINCHESTER KY N H WITHEKSPOON President Paid Up Capital i 810000000 Undivided Prom I 11000000 e Handsome Deposit o- fpover I I I 850000000 This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and bus ins men generallythroughout East ern Kentucky and offers lt custom ers every facillt7acd the most liberal legitimatebanking tby e+pr WJ S HENRY Headquarter Jackson Kr EsraESExTINGIHE CO Wholesale Dry Goods and Notions PORTSMOUTH OHIO solicits the trade of the merchants of Eastern Kentucky and guarantees prices and lualltyof goods Hold orders forhim DRMILES ANTIPAIN PILLS FOR Headache r ifH HAZEL REEN ACADEMY t1a Spring Term Opens March 1 17th 1 908Specialattention will be given to teachers who wish to view all the Common Branches in propagation for Spring Examinations c The COURSES OF STUDY have been revised so as to afford the best advantages possible for young men and women who desire to bet fter 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 SOPHOMORE JYEAR in College The Faculty Ts composed of Nine Teachers ji Careful attention iis given to each student TUITION IS FREE Incidental Fee of 500 is charged for the term 4- t roFurnished IMJ H F PIERATT President E F CECIL VicePreut MARION KNIGHT Cashier S G SAMPLE Attorney QIttpUttl ttoctt 4 1500000 tii liii iiiai iiil 1DIRECTORS F M PHILLIPS R A KASII T M LEE H E ONEY H F PIERATT JP ROSE HEN MUHPHY E F CECIL This Hank solicits the accounts of Merchants Farmers Traders and Dullness Men generally Most Liberal Terms within the limits of legitimate banking A NEW MILLINERY zle- AZD r DRESS MAKING ESTABLISHMENT jt0 t Misses ragcgMaeIP8arI Trog OVER KASH SAMPLESr HAZEL GREEN KY rfIJ1 1 ti llffc J iMisses MAPEL TROY Announce to the ladies of Hazel Green and the surroundingcoun try that they have just opened an uptodate Millinery and Dress Making Establishment Our line of hats are the most artistically trimmed ever seen in Hazel Green many of them being pattern hats and as they were selected by an expert milliner they are sure to please the most fastidious in taste In addition to the millinery business which includes all the lat est trimmings we have a Dress Making Department complete with charts etc ready to out and make Ladies and Childrens Shirt Waists Sacks and indeed all kinds of sewing We are located over Kash Samples store and we assure you that all our goods are firstolasa and prices as low as anywhero Call and see tho stock for yourself Soliciting your patronage we remain Yours Respectfully f MAPEL TROY 1 If you have t J Headache Try One r F 0 W 0 They Relieve Pain Quickly leaving no g bad Aftereffects 77h25 Doses 25 Cent Never Sold in alk r 7T y T r