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VlitR j I c t 0 Eaubltaktd Xarok 4 1886 Made Famous lathe Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORellr y P 1 I iA a60oif If tJ BPKNORK oooraaThe Oldest Most Popular Most Wider Circulated and Mot Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains sl OrijYrjcI d Lr TWENTYTHIRD YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 2 1908lfJMBERC4 t Luimton and Eastern Bailw y- I 1filleTable iii Effect Noy 18 108 y WEST BOUND fS k 4c D Sunday Uyei IIIII IIISunday d I AM ArrPMAr6 10 am 0 Jackson Ol 2 20 pm I 6 15pmOK Junction 2 25 p r 707 am 20 BeaUyveJo 20 8 20p81 7 roam 40I Tomut 40 S 41p8 7 46 am 44 Nat Bridge 44 S 65 p17 43 am I Campton Jnnln I 3 67 praj 8 16 am 67 Stanton 67 4 26 pmIJ 8 26 am 62 Clay City 6S M 35 pa 9 00 am 70 LBJonon 70 5 07 pm 90 Willcheter 90 6 20 p 012 am m 955am 94 Lexlngton 94 I O6 p EAST BOUND n r No2 I 5II ioII aSTATIONS Daily an- 8anday Dally ex I d Sunday PIlLyeAMLyeLexlnltonMO 7 36 am t25 pmO 3 10 Pm 20 wlneheeter 20 8 13am 3 25 pm JEJuncUonOOM 8 28 pm I 400 pm 40 Clay City 40 902am 4 10 pm 44 MStanton144i 9 10am 4 40 pm Campton Juntn 9 38 pm 4 45 pm 67 Nat Bridge 67 9 43 am i 4 67 pm 82 Torrent 62 9 68 amii 618 pm 70 BeattyvCJo 70 1017 am 6 10 pm 90 OKJuncn 01116 am x815 pm 94 Jaokeon 94 1120 am I CONNECTIONSf L do E JuNCTlONTrains Nos 12 and 3 will make connection with the C 41 O By CorHt Sterling JUNOTIoNTraln NOI 1 2 CAMPTON Sand 4 connect with the Mountain Central By for Pine Ride and Campton t BwArrTVLLa JUlOTIONTnilt11 Noe 2 and 4 will make connection at BeaUlvllle jrlth the L and A Railway for passengers to aad from BefttyYille JO A K JvNcrIoxTralne Noe 3 and 4- connect with the 04 K Railway for local stations on the O 41 K Hallway f W A MCDOWELL General M Bage- rOSAB8COTTaen Pass Agent A I1o OHIO t KENTUCKY ALWAY Time Table May 21 I9O5 WESTBOUND 11033 II 11 No Sl Daily ex = STATIONS c Dally ex g SundayBombay po FMasaa 27 PMABB 6 20 6 Cannel City 22 12 35 465 11 Heleehawa 20 12 19 a 45 IS tee CitYM 13 12 13I4 06 20 Hampton 11 11 51 362 22 WlibantM 11 44 3 10 27 OAK Junction 0 11 15 300 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUNDI1 NoW a I No22 Dailyawan AKLvzPlILvB7 10 27 Caanel City 01 00 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 l 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23c8 24 13 Hampton 13 1 837 10 WUharst M 20 161t 9 1 OAK Junction 22 225 4 9 30 0 Jackion 27 i 30 Nos21 and 22 will make dole conneotioi at 0 4 K Junction with NoS and 4 for poinU on the Lexington and Eastern Rail dtVii Jlnntaln GoutIallallIOaac No1 No 2- ABBIVEDEPART V00 a mCampton1180 a m 2OOp mCampton 000pm j No2 No1 A ARRIVE DEPART i 780 amCampn Juhc10 05am 3 8Q pmCftapn Juno 4i 40 pm The Mountain Central makes v connection with all LE pallt senger trains t R eE HARM FOR SALE I offer for sale my farm of 100 acres lying 1i miles east of Hazel Green Small dwelling outhouses acid good well Terms reasonable Oa11 on or address ibiIf BO LACY Kyr DJJ 0 B WLL A eI41 1 1t PJWGI4WA D BURGEON1 1 HAZEL OItIEN KY ltrotstttetfalaervou to the oltlr 1tIJ IOitrulieea C ylajRW rf r 3r r- R 44 Ii f 1 r COUNTY J NEWS 1 Local Items ofeneral interest to a majority of our readers especi ally distant flends v it LEE CITT HALS H 0 Rose WBB visiting on Gras sy Creek Saturday and Sunday d T1 V D B May was here Saturday in theintereatof E L Martin Qo Mrs Willie Arnptt of Trent visited her sister Mrs Clay Rose Sunday 1 There were 22 went from hero on the special train to Cannel City Sunday eCharley Patrick called on Hehi rich Tooheyjr Saturaay with general live produc- eWTClair is turning gardens this week and the people are put ting out come garden seeds No Dide its a mistake about gas being struck here The panic was the last thing struck here JH Stricklin and family who went to Hot Springs Ark some time ago will return next week Alex Duff left here Sunday for Sunnyside He is very laud of thatpoint judging from the visits he makes JtJ Sccibee of Winchester was here Thursday and Friday and bought a car of hickory flits from A Duff Miss Trinity Walters who has been attending school at Richmond for the past three months return ed Saturday Floyd Arnett and wife of NeoI la passed through here Wednesday en route to R G Roses whose wife is very sick H W Bryant Sr postmaster has just received beautiful post office cabinet which is Very convo nient for the public- F F Flanery of Winchester was here Tuesday and Wednesday and bought a car of chestnut lum ber from C B Allen K K Spencer who isbuying and loading lumber for the West ern Lumber Co Cincinnati Ohio loaded for A CHart Bros two ars last week March 80 A R NEOL1 NUGGETS o Boone May was in town Satur ay Bon Murphy received a carload Sour Monday Mrs C A Njokell visited her daughter Jane Stamper Sunday J F Wilson is moving to the Curt Rose property in Hazel Greeu- W W Swango and family wore visiting below Hazel Green Sun day Quite a crowd went from hero Cannel City on the excursion Sunday Milt Lykins passed through our village this week with a nice drove 0f cattleHello 0 B Joyful I are you dead Havent given us any new for some time i Ben Murphy passed through our tows last week with 72 head of cattle for Mt Sterling market LaRuo the stone man of Rich mood passed through here with his work hands for Bishop mill Mrs Mattie Wilson yjsited at Cannel City from 8tMy until 3yAudit la + TO C08HEgPOHDEHT3Mail your items early 10 they will reach our office rIrpolilbler not be published unless of unusual im portance Advertise no ones bublnesi and write on one side of the paper only I ISINGSONGI 0Misses Jettie Rasnick and Julia Bishop were pleasant visitors of Sue Long Sunday Mrs Miles Bishop and little daughter visited the family of Tom Rasnick Saturday and Sun day last F M Long returned home Sun day from West Liberty where he had been attending to some busi ness in court Miss Rosa Blankenship who has been with her sister Mrs Kate Powell for the past three weeks has returned home Ada Byrd and Nottye Phipps visited Mrs Henry Phippg Friday Their business was to exchange flower bulbs and seeds Lee Roy Haney has purchased the farm of Preston Castle on Grassy and erected a store build lug to which ho has moved his stock of goods Mr Castle moved to the property of Elvin Wilson who in turn moved to Mr Haneys place The change took place on the same day by the same teams All of which reminds me of the old poem Ill move to Jacks shop if hell move to mine Just a word in praise of TnE HERALD which has recently in creased more in value than in priceHurrah I for the dea c i IERALD I Its pag3T jrOntnrIe rjFrom north to south trout east to w J By all its readers loved the best A mountain messenger it goes To all its friends It boa no foes Just send to Cooper one large coin One Hundred Cents then you will join Our reading band of which we ask To consider poetry a task March 80 ORIOLE O ODlAHIratktt T1l1atYdW- itWrn r SAMDFIBLD SITTINGS- Mrs 0Henry Stamper is on the sick list this week Byrd MoNabb went to Ezel Sat urday after his watch i Courtney Stamper has beeu log ging some the past week Roads are somewhat better in and around hero at this writing Bnfnrd Murphy called oh his best girl Snpday Looking for a wedding son Wi knnd Bob Childors were hero fishing Saturday night but didnot catch any flab J B McNabb went to Hazel Green Saturday after his daugh tor Maude who is attending the iIiG A Edgar McNabb wont to Maytown Saturday to see his fatherinlaw 011 legal business You may guess the tort Mrs Eliza Catron and a Ms Stamper passed through hero Sat jurdayto see their sister who is very sick Miss Aquiila Haddix passed thru hero Saturday evening etf router to Tpllver but we didnot learn who i aha visited V ii hMi8s Emma Clark who has been iviiitinghdr sister bal Mfcytown for the past month or BO returned h I yesterdayI Busy Bxx f II I4 1 I r j EM21111 r i t t t 1 1 g iI Ii Al r MURPHY FORK MINUTES 0 Jeff Elam this week sold a heif er to Henry Murphy for 14 D W Vest is visiting the fam ily of Ben Murphy this week Plowing fencing and potato planting is the order of the day in this section Cleveland Mannins baby is very sick Dr Williams was called to attend its needs Ben Murphy returned from the upper counties with 73 head of cattle last Friday Floyd Rose of Ezel sold his store to Dave Rose Co Consid eration unknown Flavo Cecil of Consolation visited his brother Mort Cecil Sat urday and Sunday Mort Cecil is erecting a black smith shop I presume Mort is going to be a blacksmith John Arnsparger of Ezel had the misfortune to lose his house bold effects by fire last Thursday John Lawson whose illness was mentioned last week died Thursday at 1 oclock He leaves a widow and nine children He was buried Friday at the Valentine Pieratt graveyard March 80 TULIP MAYTOWN MISSIVES o Lookout for a wedding soon Doisey Ingram left Tuesday for Illinois Volney Henry wife and baby visited Henry Neff Saturday The little threeyearold daugh ter of Will Ingram died on the 20th of spinal affection John Davis of Maribo died Fri day 27th of fever and was buried Saturday by the 1 00 F Mrs aolio Childers and Mrs rasq jet to see Mr From Nickell w t S long time Sunday nobetterMarch 80 RAINDROP Uncle Remuss for April Two new fertures make their ap pearance in the April number of Uncle Remuss Magazine each of which adds to the attractiveness of that interesting publication One is Gilbert Neal a serial story by Will N Harben author of Mam Linda and Ann Boyd two of the most successful novels of the last few years The other is something decidedly out of the ordinary for a literary monthly a department called Uncle Re mus and the Children conduct ed of course by Joel Chandler Harris It is cast along new lines and will doubtless prove popular among the youngsters The April number of Uncle Re muss is chock full of other inter eating matter In an editorial vein Joel Chandler Harris discusses Our Old Friend the Moon concerning himself chiefly with her influence on young mans fan cy and incidentally on the weath er the crops and the tides in the Bay of Fundy Mr Billy Sanders tho Sago of Shady Dale discourses on True Lovea subject which he yearsletandinR to handler Elliott Flower is represented by a striking humorous story The Pursuit of a Rdvirfg Check Other features of more than or dinary interest are The Struggle a long poem by Don Marquis and Minnie Maddern Fiske a orit ical estimate of this leading Amer ican actress by Paul Tietjens FraukLr Stanton contributes two characteristic poems Dpnt advertiseipnii6ivi U- Mi JS C orr 1vr f fft iL t tO1 f j A r 0 F I KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collated and Coiciielj Cnroiiclei Many tenants in tho tobacco growing districts are leaving the state and moving to Indiana aud Ohio being forced to go by reason of the no crop resolutions Four prominent men of Christ ian county have been indicted for participating in the Hopkinsville raid some time ago They fur nished bail in the sum of 1000 eachIncendiarism caused the destruction of a largo tobacco ware house filled with tobacco and a lot of other property in Coving ton last Thursday night The to tal loss amounts to about 250000 Conflicting testimony iin the cases against Barney McClanahan Jr and Henry Fanning charged with the murder of Hiram Hedges in a recent night riders raid in Nicholas county caused the discharge of the accused The grand jury of Marshal countyfound indictments against five men for being connected with the recent Gilbertsville raid in which two murders were commit ted The men are said to be resi dents of Lyon county- A barn on Jas Oubornes place in Bracken county was set fire to and burned to the ground the other night The tobacco had been re moved a few days previous All of Osbornes tobacco beds were en tirely destroyed nnd his residence set on fire Ben Wood a planter of Christ ian county was found guilty of sending threatening night rider letters and was sentenced to pay a fine of 100 and serve three mouths in prison Motion for a ner trial was overruled and an appeal will be taken By breaking iL of a log TBtnftr Short m Powell county Deputy Collectors Kash and Herndon and Marshal W M Mays captured two alleged moon shiners James Stamper and John Noe while the latter were asleep The still a copper one of 76 gallons much beer and liquor was destroyed The prisoners were taken to Beattyville for trial Some English As She is Wrote Au Oklahoma editor expresses his thanks for a basket of oranges thus We have received a basket oforanges from our friend Gus Bradley for which he will please receive our complimeuteBotne of which are nearly six inches in di ameterOn tombstone in Indiana is the following inscription This monument was erected to the memory of John Jenkins accidentally shot as a mark of affection by his brotherA jury in Maine re ported that Deceased came to his death by his excessive drinking producing apoplexy in the minds of the jury A Michigan editor received some i verses not long ago with the fol lowing note of explanation These lines were wlitten 50 years ago by one who has for a long time slept in his grave merely for a pastime The foregoing are only a few of the many instances in which the English language is distorted from its proper meaning Howmany students at the academy can reconstruct the sentences to convey the meaning intended CASTORIAI Foe XafiuiU UMt OkilirM ThKMi Yw Naw ISIIM- f 4a iIMrftl tkfx 1 w r+ f J rr tWi IJ 4 4 T Receit The recentenerai yRioly of Kentucky will gaS don ftftifJtory as the Educatiraal Legislature u It made a rttfOTa itis talBW school legislation than any General As sembly proceaiQg It iPbll wing are the tiib rtant aettfii cad by it lprwtitr lihjyo irioe been signed By theGoveruof The HalfMillion Appropria tion made up of 200090 foJthe State Univeralty and5 trtor each of the State NprmaSsbTii for additional bmildinga jidre pairs The eamenseaepi a Climei increased annual apprbpriatibni to these three iBaiitatioss The bill changing the namo of Kentucky StateUihltigetdii r tucky State University Lexingtuir This is an aotwhlolf ttlbigba dosired by the alumni and other friends of this institution In this connection tho fact should be emphasized that all Bubfreflfrtiatj work in the sense of preparatory rwork will be eliminated after two X years Those now rafitriettiatod in the academy will be gfveiif op portunity to finish tjtsir aca eray course Alt subfreehmnan ir Jiij the normal department wilfcease at the close of tills school year The law provides fir regular coli legiate work in Ute department of education but there will bef ho subfreshman studies offered iH the normal department after thia 1 summerjetA bill was also passed changing the name of Kentucky tJniverityi at Lexington to Transylvania the name under which this mutt tution in years past won great ir 1 nown A bill creating an Educational 1 y Commission of eleven members which shall make a I rofhepresent school law and school syt tern of Kontuoky and of bther tstates and draft recommondationti to be llaid before the nex Tenwal fi n1 rbe Got xof Icib the State Sup th t it officio the Eresidenb o itftiiiib r State Normal schools exofficio the President pf the State Uni verity ex6ffioio one Reprtsenta tive olected by the Lower Hpujw of the General Assembly onf Senator elected by the Uppejj House j one member of the Fed erated Womens Clubs selectee by the officials of the FedefaiiBrli one representative of thewc6iKoes ono city superintendent and oWei county BUperihtehdetit +thW thtW last named to Bb ppbibtod1 Y lit Governor Representative J H Jackson of Owen county wau elected by the House Senator JJ Watkins of Union county by the Senate Govern orXiI 01Jf laatappointed Dr F WrHioiltr Area ident of Central University ut Danville j 8upo intendeptTfr HJ Mark of Lgatpbfleadd Su V V tendent L NTtiylbr of PttttSK 7N countyL cit- It is rfgEisfcbelieved that this- Educationaltiptatasialsiiiaat lM6 il greater opp taferIishaping thf4 Isliliartar iit t i+ of Kentucky otha 24- lp1 authoiiM I Wid Jlf9I t forjn the as The bill of edaentioe the present oaplbenoale t l- t EHrus abotha greater posatbfIit hrentfor the maifttliaijFj this measure th ftiftlirtM others put together 1 k JackacntIiy Msroh J fDeari money order forwkA s b rend Ioerttstmerii ReayealdR + l1 UltdtilIII f ffr f r r n flyr 4 If Ili t t w r- r 1kriT- t 1 pL11M s7Nla PBHERALD Entered atthe Hal Ore PeR aMoeaaseeoadclass matter flMJKCOQFEl t t Editor 1 HAZEL GREEN KY r THURSDAY April 2 1908E Jo t ANNOUNCEMENTS F0R OntODIT t COURT JUDGE JMMinrCV We are authorized to aD JNVftLkli nounce Judge O WGour Jqol Bemttyville as a candidate fc- Cfraait 1 this the 23rd Judicial DietdCt subject to the action of the Re pttWlcan party Ft OtMMOITWEALTHS ATTORNEY ri We are authorized to an rftmrCni nounce A H Stamper of tiiwpton ns a candidate for Common I Attorney of the 23rd Judicial t District to fill the unexpired term sub jeetto the action of the Democratic pariy liaU Were authorized to annonnc MWIS Kelly Hash of Jackson as a candidate for Commonwealths Attorne Ifar the 23rd Judicial District subject to the action of the 0 Republican party FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK uIDEII We are authorized to nnnoun t s J Cesar Linden ot GIllDort aa a candidate for the office of Circui Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to the Democratic primary e FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK are authorized to nnnounc TOrrWe1 1 S Terr as a candidate for the oQlceof C inty Court Clerk of Wolfe county party subject to the action of the Democratic FOR SHERIFF are authorized to announc SMITHWe BMITU as a candidate Cur the office of1 Sheriff of Democrat party subjeCt to the action of the FOR JAILER to announce DYERWeareauthorized Cor the office of Jailer of Wolfe County sun jecfr to the action of the Democratic party FOR ASSESSOR are authorized to announcTYRAWe B Tyra of Stillwater as a candidate for Assessor of Wolfe county subject to the Democratic primary ANYTHING from the pen of W J Lampton is good reading to his Kentucky admirers whose name I ia legion and when the article iis- rin his inimitable humors J lu itiisjrgjyUBlgh rrtfrsTstiblo to the reading world at large Hence we opine that lovers of good litera tare are soon to have a feast fit for the gods the menu of which will be to the mind like a good square meal to anf abnormally hungry mau in that it will satisfy the soul and drive dull care away We are not apprised of the cost of this feast ti pt reason and flow of soul to bet served by our friend Lampton but we know it will be well worth the 4w price as every crumb will be com fortingtu A postal card before us or says The G W Dillingham Co Now York will issue during March Jedge Waxema Pocket r t Book of politics for this and al- lilsucceeding campaigns because no r politicafcampaign is completer witltoutaPocketBook The pocket i book contains some 800 honest and it rfearlessx maxims by Jedge Wabash Q Waxem member of congress 4r m Waybaok they have been LamptonAhell known to newspaper readers jtor his hnmproas verse on current opftwv The biding is a noyelt- yidhoJedgeaPocketBook will be I g onudAto inatch i s title The J 17 f pri4ofthe PocketBook we have javt learned Is 50 cents and as it 1 Vischockfullof campaign curren cy tavery politician in the land l o should have one I THE Republican aspirants for the Judiciary offices in this dis trict appear to bein a wrangle as t to how tho inominations shall be made some contending for mass I conventions and others for a primary And reading between the line it looks as though they think t nQfninatio d ii call that it is- nlegoowryj for ni oittain 1 tha- trte 0 lellereltse jfbgeRt concla t 0M1fJtII r aJ7IPr fI 01 sion But unless we reckon wrong thoy aro as likely to be mistaken I as was the boy who poked hia finger in a bucket of water expecting I to find a hole and they will findl ere they reach the goal of their ambitionif indeed they succeed i at allthat the Democrats will beIi likely to give them a run for their money We already have a candi date for Commonwealths Attorney and the woods is full of goodli material for a Judge Surely theI Democrats will put out a man as there is every reason to believeI they can pull the plums which our Republican friends now seem to be- so cocksure of enjoying Selah SOME years since Hon John E Garner exMayor of Wincheste and now a member of the State Board of Equalization was mak ing the race for congress in this district as the Democratic nomi nee He was in the western edg of Wolfe county and being uuac quainted with the topography olf the country he inquired the wad to Zachanah a small hamlet and postofllce just across the county lino in Lee Two lads aged abou 10 and 12 years respectively heartI him make the inquiry whereupon one said to the other Say Bill theres a man rnumn for congress and dont know the way to Zacha riah now what do you think o that Mr Garner overheard the exclamation and query and saidI that for a minute or no he was so taken aback that he felt like 80 cents THE newspaper men all over the state will rejoice to learn that the suit of Gibbons against Bruce W Trimble editor or the Mt Sterling Advocate for libel and 15000 practically resulted in a verdict for defendant the jury awarding plaintiff one cent and costs A Few of the Bills Passed Governor Willson has his hands fulleven though the legislature- bas adjourned for he has a large stack of bills on his desk which he must sign veto or allow to becomeI laws without his signature The legislature which has just adjourned passed air U ld92 hiLWJti dition to the resolutions allowLb pay for the employes of the house and senate The appropriation bills are not so large as was ex ppcted and the total amount runsI only to 1441200 This includes the amount appropriated for the new capitol and the half million dollars for the state college and the normal schools Following is a partial list of the senate bills passed by both houses By Mr SewellAn act providing pay for persona summoned as jurors who are not selected as members of the jury then By Mr CombsAn act changing name of Kentucky University to Tran sylrania University By Mr onAn act to create an Educational Commission to investigate the needs of the schools of the state and try to devise some plan by which the conditions can be improved By Mr BosworthAn act to amend the constitution so as to allow the state to aid in building roads and to permit ach county to issue additional bonds for road purposes By Mr HoganAn act prpviding that adjoining property owners must share the expense of a division fence By Mr Klair An act changing the name of State College to State Univer ilty By Mr LillardAn act to secure pure food drugs and liquors By Mr McChordAn act to prevent the transfer of property the title to which Is in another than the person having It- in his possession By Mr FullivanAn act reorganizing the system of common schools in Kentucky By Mr HunterAn act to define and rake clear the statute relating to shoot- Ing at random on the public highways hut cutting out the words at random By Mr Wilson An act allowing Jus ices of the Peace to hold court twice ach month By Mr PorterAn act changing the I time of collecting taxes so that the pen aly does not begin until December 1 aalr OiRa =Wtoe r ll6d Yal NtrtII LI h W t- jkianauh aboutoliruaturo- I X rosburcesanrwo invite all the world to comt+ arid live with us because we have good air and good lwater and good soil and good tim her and coal and iron under the groundin other words becauei God has been generous to the land Well the truth is the land was really richer when the Indians it than it is now and the heldI was just as good the air just as pure and there were more forests and more iron and coal than they is now For that matter there are undeveloped regions in South Am erica that have many natural advantages even over the great yariec natural advantages of our state This program of inviting settler Is a program of sheer dependent on nature It implies the old con ception of education the old con ception of wealth creation for iit takes no account or little account of the part that men play in mak ing wealth Within reasonable limits it mat ters little what nature has done for a country If you take any land in the temperate zone and put well trained men there tht land will turn out to be all right tWhat did nature do for Holland popuIlated country Europe ono 1of the most thrifty and happy Nature overflowed it with the sea and man had to reclaim the very soil he lives on I know a part off our own count rypoorer in natural resources than almost any other partand yet the people who live there make more kinds of useful and beautiful things than the same number of people make anywhere else in Americaand more of then are rich or welltodo than the people in any other part of the country And education engages as large a part of the population as any other single industry and there is asmuch money spent on- t school houses and their equipment and on libraries as is spent in the equipment of any single industry While natural resources count for much the community where the people are educated and trained to profitable industry is where school houses and good teachers abound and is the community to which other men will go to live and they will go from alljjprts of the world After th e- to CI is trained ct men rather than uurwrTeBOurceB The right train ling of men is a bettor thing than the bounty of nature itself Nature alone never made a prosperous state Walter H Page IDeath Was On His Heels Jesse P Morris of SkippersVa had a close call in the spring of 1907 He says An attack of pneu monia lleft me so weak and with such a fearful cough that friends deolared consumption had mo and death was on my heels Then 1 was persuaded to try Dr Kings New Discovoryy It helped me immedi ately aud after taking two and a halt bottles I was a well man again I found out that New Discovery is the best remedy for coughs and lung diseases in the world Sold undor guarantee at all dealers Ol and 100 Trial bottle free A Day Behind Time Mt Sterling Ky Mar 21 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir Enclosed check 751 for years subscription to TilEI HERALD The year expired in De cember 1007 YoursIWM H Cotta A TwentyTear Sentence- I have just completed a 20year health sentence imposed by Buck lens Arnica Salve which cured me of bleeding piles just twenty years ago writes 08 Woolever of Le Raysville N YBijcklenfl Arnica Salve heals the worst sores boils burns wounds and cuts in shortest time 25f at alldealers FOR YOUR SUNDAY DINNER- ry the following delightful dessert IH cup English Walnut meats 6 doz figs cut up fine 1 sec package JELLO any flavor Dissolve the JELLO In a pint of boiling rater When cool and just commencing to hlcken itlr in the firs and nuts Serve with Whipped Cream pellcloni The walnuts II and JELLO C4ubebouRbt at any Rood rocerr laaakeseaLoug eaert for a JIfi faraDY c1 II va7 tco1wwlaL d i4 0 P1iij tof Troablq- Is f caused by stagnation of the liver and bowels To get rid of it and headache and biliousness and the poison that brings jaundice take Dr Kings New Lifo Pills the re liable purifiers that do the work without grinding or griping 25 at all dealers Runlin Ill March 28 Spencer Cooper IIuzul Green Ky Dear Sir You will find enclosed one dollar for which you will please send mo the worth of iu THE Ho AM Respectfully K C OLDiiE- L11SHERIFFS SALE 0 VIRTUE OF AN EXE UTION By I486 directed to me which issued from the Clerks office of the Wolfo 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 ui at the court house door in Cnmpton Wolfe county Ky to Public Sale to the highest bier tho following property or so much thereof ns may be necessary to satisfy plaintiffs debt interest andcosts towit One house and lot in Lee City Wolfe county Ky bounded as follows to wit Oil the east by J T Graham on the west by A J Stampers lot on the north by Main street on the south by R B Hose iit being the lot R A Dunn sold to James P Slmer and levied upon ns the property of R A Dunn TermsSale will be made on a credit of three months the purchaser to exe cute bond with approved security to have the force and effect of a replevin bond Witness my hand this 17th day of March 1jOS J W COX x Sheriff of Wolfe County miSS Falag lOng THE MILLINER HAZEL GREEN KY Inv oetlieladieacfHszokGroenvicinity the latest croation in Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats Frames Flowers Feathers Ribbons Etc just received from her Cincinnati buyer and embracing latest out iQffipQ DpQjfii mflffp Qfrirto Ldllltjb DodulrJUdllu ulllo in Voile Panama and Linen Readymade Waists a specialty in Silk and Wash Goode Latest in Belts and Col lars including a tasty collection Underwear Hosiery Embroidery Laces c in great profusion TYour patronage is respect fully solicited Respectfully FALAY LONG Buggies I Buggies I ro The citizens of Hazel Green and this vicinity are herewith informed that they can now buy firstclass buggies home I am prepared to furnish the best made and at reasonable prices I dont ban die anything but flret class buggies and those who want cheap claptrap will elsewhereRemember you want a FIRST CLASS BUGGY one that will give satisfaction in comfort and wear I can supply you Call and seo me at my shop In Hazel Green Re pectful1yIJOHN H R- OSETREES Fruit and Ornamental- Everything for Orchard Lawnand Garden Our Strawberry Plants- moneymakers are Try em WRITE FOR FREE CATALOG WE HAVE NO AGENTS H F HILLENMEYER SONS LJ XINGTON KY J i y r fr Collar Label S Cfr1V from top to lbottom inside and out and you will find S ielaBrand suiare made good and stout Just the suit for every day and GOOD ENOUGH for Sunday BetterStill They are sold with in the range of Pop ular Prices 1000 the lowest 1800 1 the highest It is a pleasure to show youbuyy r71SH STAMPER-cAMErcxNJ Y TRY YOUR LUCK 04000004 eo oboeooooeooeoeoosooooe + 00000 000 000 01 0 U UIIOIIOI 00 0000Of 25 in Free Presentsrt0o4ooopc noe4ao440w n n oo roo oo4044400000oe0oo0404400 The Wolfe County 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 the occasion to increase its subscription list andat the same time give its subscribers 2500 in useful articles such as watches and chains razors combination handy tool holder c This is in no sense a lottery but an educational probrlem 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 SI100 a year in atfvance 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 agold plated watch and chain j next nearest gold plated watch and aluminum fob next a fine razor c Use the estimate coupon attached iWrite 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 alter the election a disinterested committee will take charge of them and determine who is entitled to the presents The Presents That Will Be Awarded tItooplated50American6 0 50AmaricanThe person making the fourth nearest estimate of the vote I 5000- rho at the primary will receive the same kind of razor fi person making the fifth nearest estimate of the total 25itU vote at tho primary gets a razor of the same kind The person making the sixth nearest estimate to the ffl totalII- As Ivote cast will receive combination pocket tool case liUU Ssoon as tho Circuit Clerk furnishes us the figures we will give vote in two elections as a basis to estimate by 0000100000000000000000000 444 Name Postofllce Estimate State ooooo000J ooiooo009000 00oo00 THEM OVER Snl Cut out this rI I coupon carer r fully afterfill J Iing and withI ittI 100mail lto usat once Et Bend yonrgfjtimate and your dollar to this office and we will t ke e te Qf lwttiWu r iyoorf SPEFCER COOPER tytsv 7 i + j r i1 r 4- 9t 7rar f IIrrL 1 1i fr uJ of IfftltAt c = tIi p or hoe r ti iqS u l lr t 1M onal hone3 Ft Sarsaparilla ask your doctor If you think you need something for your blood ask your doctor If you you would like to try 1Ayers nonaldoholic Sarsapa your doctor Consult him often Keep in close touch with him our formal fccnlih lokol i4fjW nrMdUlnu W sip yon to oonmt your doctor Ask your doctor to name some of the results of constipation His long list will begin with Ilcltbeadache biliousness dyspepsia thin blood back skin Then ask him If ne would recommend your using Ayers pills woe tbe7b O AyerCilLowell ICui THE HERALD1 Taylor Wholoy mado the coffin for Uncle Harry Swango Frank Johnson Jr who has boon down with pneumonia is improving slowly Aunt Jude Wills has been very sick fora week and at one time was considered dangerously so George Dyer offers for sale a good work horse For particulars and price see him 34tf John H Murray the collecting agency man of Portsmouth 0 and a Mr Fields a coffee drum mer left here Monday for Camp ton o t tito=tLaflash tli Tlawrd You Han Always BoDght SJguture Dr rLi Charley Rose left here Tuesday morning for his home in Madison countland while here bought about 100 hoofcattle which he took to Mt Sterling Frank Young and wife who have been living in the old hall last week mooed to the Ed Cecil house occupied by Uncle John Wilson and the latter moved back to Campton A G Beard tho contractor in forms us that he is now building a reinforced concrete cistern with a capacity of 230 barrels to force water into the four buildings of Hazel Green Academy Will Henry Wilson and wife of Daystoro have rented the Cord property in our town and moved to it where they will board tJtllf son James F Wilson who will olerk for John M Rose Squire Josh Wheeler and his granddaughter Miss Josie Wheel er returned Monday from Beatty ville where they had been visiting the formers son H L Wheeler and family for a fortnight DBTyra of Stillwater is agent matchinos Osborn Champion Mc Cormiok Peering or any other and any rake tho farmers need and be will sell at close prices Dr Nickell reports a case of pneumonia that developed Mon day morning the victim being gputh Rose a son of Allison Rose leer Loe City He is a student at the academy and rooms at Swango cottage Edgar Stead after seeing the remains of his wife deposited in a grave in the old familybnryinj ground on Laoy creek the funeral being preached by Rev H J Der J thick left for his home at Ports mouth Ohio AlI Dye spent Sunday with bis family at this place and left Monday to accompany his daughter Miss Arta as far as Lexington on her trip to Bowling Green after 4 which he will return to Campton v Yyghore he is working I The Sunday school convention r which convened here Saturday and Sunday was well attended from all Libertyjrpbksont place notwithstanding the wOlth v it via +otesfrbitjuplelpiint u7fr fI 4 Mt it 5 ll li 1 f Jtii Jrth itJ pJe Harry SwlngOf whose ill noes has been mentioned in these columns several times recently died Tuesday about midnight in the OBrd year of his age The im mediate cause of Jiis demise was pneumonia but the infirmities in cident to old ago had much to do with it Uncle Harry was well known by nonrly everybody in this section and beloved of till He was a conuientiouB Christian citi zen an accommodating neighbor just in his dealings and especially charitable to orphan children he and his wife having put many of them in the way of earn ing an honest living Besides his wife who especially has our sym pathy in her affliction ho leaves six grown children all of whom have families as follows Mrs Wm L Kash of Montroee Mo Newton Swango Charleston III Mrs Gardner Jones Odessa Mo Mrs Frank Cecil Grassy Creek A B Swango Means in Menifee county and H H Swango of Ha zol Green with all of whom we condole Only the latter three were present when the end came The burial will be about noon to day when tho remains will be in terred in the Joe Kash graveyard His Former Self Again The rejuvenation of our friend and fellowcitizen J Taylor Day is almost phenomenal and he is himself so overjoyed that he can hardly find ways to express himself in thankfulness His oldtime energy expresses itself in his every movement and his happiness is so manifest as to be contagious all his friends sharing it with him From a moody recluse he has be come a rustling hustling citizen in the enjoyment of every faculty full of boyish pranks Ho seems to us to have suddenly recovered from a severe spell of brain fag to full vigor To show how well he feels he has challenged Charley Cecil to a wrestling match which will come off in his front yard on April 15th and we are betting on TaylorGive I the Ladies a nuance The ladies of our t are up in arms against ihojni 4J apparent lack of energy u gen oral looseness in not keeping up the sidewalks and streets In deed they say if the town beard will delegate to them the power and turn over to thorn the means they will undertake to have the sidewalks and streets repaired Every visitor to our town as a general expression remarksWhat a pretty little town you have but why is it that you have no more entorprise than to let your walks become so dilapidated The Last Appeal How long oh Lord how long before those debt paying citizens now behind for their subscriptions will come in and settle up thus relieving us of the unpleasant task of dunning them The date to which you are paid follows your name and if in arrears you must know that wa cannot supply ink paper and labor and send you the paper everjf week without remun eration of some kind So we say again pleago l okat your date and if in arrears come in and pay us what is justly due us Dr Fred Bakes formerly of this place but mote recently located at BrillimU N M is now in the City of Brotherly Love Phila delphia Pa his address being No 1828 Tioga street Wo have not learned of his business there but with others of his friends hero we hope to hear he and hia wife are enjoying health and prosperity w r= tiiTurni in the store at Frozen Creek and Grant Laoy came in Saturday Joi a visit to relatives and friends Grant has been touring the west since last October especially the southern part of Texas and his health has been improved greatly by the outing R J McLin nnd wife left Mon day for Cincinnati and Louisville where ho will replenish the stock for J T Days store at this place After buying his goods he and his wife will probably go to Rose Hill Vav to visit Mr MqLius parents Miss Daisy Day and petite Daisy MoLin also went along Dr A C Nickell tells us he wili be compelled to breakup house keeping owing to his wifes failing health and offers his house gar den barn and a flue well of water forwent This is a nice little home that some one may rent at a bargain by applying to him at once in time for garden tf About ten days ago we had a letter complaining that our paper did not reach Murphy postoffioe which wo intended to print but it was accidentally destroyed The package going to that place last week was specially marked and we presume went thru all right as we have heard no further complaint Dorsey Cooper Rose son of our friend and fnllowcitizon Hon J P Rose has the thanks of the editor and his better seveneighths for a royal mess of mountain oys ters which THE HERALD househpld enjoyed for Sunday morning break fast In the absence of the genuine bivalve which we can not get by reason of our isolation they were avery fit substitute indeed The many friends of Taylor Day who has been practically an inva lid for a decade past will rejoice to hear that he is now in the best of health weighs exactly 200 lbs is as spry as a spring colt and as full of jokes as ever In short Richard is himself again and day he evidences more and q erstwhile wonted energy turn ououxuay bb friends note im provemtnt x e have reoeived two copfesol the Arapaho Bee ubHaUoa i tr W Lawton atArapaho Okla and as no name was on the margin nor any item marked we conclude they were sent us by N C Waddill at one time an attache of this office and probably7 now the engineer of the Bee plant If correct in our surmise it is the first time have heard ofor from him for two or three years and wonder where hes been at Misses Nervesta Arnett and Yin nio Sample two young charmers of the academy made a pleasant call at THE HERALD office Thurs day last They came to invosti gate the mysteries and intricacies of tho mode of making newspapers never before having had the op portunity of visiting au uptodate printing office They came too late to see tho big press in operation but had explained to them some of the minor details Call again ladies you aro always welcome Red river was higher at this point yesterday than it has been in years being out of its banks and over the adjacent bottoms On the West Hazel Green side it was highenough to swim a horse be tween the old Swango mill and the bridge and on this side it was up to within a few feet of Carrie avenue The high water out off communication with Camp ton hence no letter from that place Landsaw or Stillwater very much to our regret OOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOO That hacking cough continues Because your system iis exhausted and 044sit your powers of resistance weakened 0Take Scours Emulsion 0eO It builds up and strengthens your entire system It contains Cod Liver OilandHypophosphitesso prepared that it is easy to takeand wyto digest wII Sic AIIB il M v 1 un Spring HIIICemel and yon may see the effect in the increased trade at Murphys store at Heleclmwa People are going in crowds to Ben Murphys store to get goods of all kinds especi ally ladies and gents hats shoes slippers and in fact all their dress goods from finest silk down and anything you need Prices tell so does advertising pad Ben sells things very low H44 IWanted =Wo wont to purchase delivered nut Inter than June let to our mill on Lacy creek 100000 firstclass 27 23 and 18 inch stayes According tc the provisions of ia contract which we made when tim ber was at tho highest we can pay you more for rough staves than can be realized for some dressed and delivered to New York at the present time Anyone who con make a few thousand or oven a few hundred will do well to write or call and see the undersigned J B HOIION k Sox The Misses Mapol and Troy beg to announce that they will have their millinery opening for spring April 3rd lfh and 6th and invite the ladies fat and near to inspect the elegant and pretty patterns to be displayed many of them crea tions of skill and silk High Waters and No Mail There was no mail from Jack son or points west of that place yesterday owing to prevailing high water 0 it K trains were un able to make connection with L R E trains because of several washouts on the 0L K notably one at Hampton and one at Wil hurst Above Lee City and for two miles this side the track was submergedand for half a mile above Holechawn it was underwater The river was falling yes terday and if it continues todo so the repairs on the 0 K may be made today so that trains can get through and it is possible they may do so today In Memory of- Mrs Elizabeth Chambers The Lord giveth and theLord tak eth h 12 1903 the family and ho- stollhr of Mr Elisha Chambers o- fStlllrwt Remade to feel the truth of this I coming and takii rife DI beth Chambers to the peacefulabo t of HeavenIMis Chambers nee Elizabeth Hurst daughrof8alnuel Hurst deceased was born on Quicksand now Breathitt coun ty January 281832 Mrs Chambers father moved to Still water during her early girlhood where she attended school until J851 when she was married to Elisha Chambers Mrs Chambers was a member of the Primitive Baptist church and she has always lived In a manner that no one had room to doubt her true faith aud hope She wax ever ready to minister to the needy always speaking words of cheer to the disappointed andsoothing the heartbroken Her last request was to her hutbandto meet berth heaven Mrs Chambers was the mother of eleven children three of whom have gone on to welcome her into that Great Kingdom not made with hands To the children who are left behind we would say Weep not the Lord has been merciful in sparing your mother to you so many years Sbe has run well the race of life Could she converse with you now she would bid you as Christ bade His mother and others of His followers as they followed Him bearing Ills cross up Calvarys mountain weeping Turning and looking upon them in great earnestness He said Weep not for me but for yourselves Your Davidshe you say as the Psalmist can not come to us but we can go to her To the heartbroken husband totter ing on his cane and whose brow is white with the frosts of many winters we would say Your wife who has so lung ever been with you who has sharedall your sorrows aud cares Is now waiting to welcome you where the celestial loan tats is found that changes silvery locks to locks of jet where there will be no tottering on staffs but instead thereof the aged become as the youth We will stag in peace forever When weve reached our heavenly home We will have no cause for sorrow And well want our friends lo come Are you going to your mother Children whom she loved so dear Do you love and trust your Jesus Ai your pother did while here 1 dyingWill 7 Press oil bravely Mrvlug Jeu I tad yoarwire sraitaI you there t L t i u rIt v- us r 1 1rArJim4fAlcpctabl- elrepamllonfarAs simlialinglhcfopdandilc ula- Iu gthe5tomachsaMBowe sof INMN rs HILDKEN Promotes DigesllonChecrful- fless and RestContains neUhe- r9piumMorpWne i nor fileral Nor NAn C orlc JeredoulY stNt1LEAT NZI- 71ryFut Jul- ALrmna RWl SJu erl t mktreds + 1 rJate rorConsUpanon YormsConvulsionsFeverishness y yr FAC simile Signature or NEW YORK AI b 1101 Ih oUld j EXACT COPY Of WRAPPER CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of rtAV In- Use stir ForOver- Thirty Yearsf CASTORII CCH1AUtt COMPANY Kash JohnsonKashDEALERS IX General Merchaddise COUNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of the people of Hazel Green and vicinity to the now 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 and especially their Shield Brand Clothing Dress Goods Latest Prints Domestics all of which they sell at small profit for CASH their policy being Quick Soles and Small Profits Soliciting your trade whichwo hope to merit by fair dealing we are respectfully yours Kash Johnson Kash JtWEllis Johnson in connection with the store uptodate Livery and Feed fitnu iJ2rtlnIEM JiacksJor hire times Lookout for f CECIL BROS I new advertisement whichwill appear next week perhaps Sam Kash of the firm Kash Sample says they are sellingV goods so fast and are kept so busy that they have no time to AR write an advertisement and he says if they had a new ad they would have to hire another astsistant for which they cannot make room with the goods I T ROSE SAMlIK ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and CounselorsatLaw CAMPTON KY This firm will practice in all the Courts of Wolfe and adjacent counties Special attention given Corporation Law and Real Estate Litigation Offices Second Floor Farmers and Trade Bank 1 r1 Jr 1 I r r Y HC New VON Ctrr kk 5 c a r l s 1 r J 1 y t r E S O to t n f I Allthe News Byer thlnatht 2Inriages deaths tho social affairs the comings and goings of the peo ple your neighbors the notes of the schools and churches all these and many o rniiraistf Interesting tbJstbJ P1 flea e I iIvftu r r t t it- iainWnsj rijcjunatisin J1 neuralgia or pains of any t ystomiheyaro XHrtftib nerves Almost instant relief can be ob tained by taking Dr Miles AntiPain Pills and with aftereffectsh4 tion of an attackit will ward it off They are a 4f leant little tablet sold iibydriggists everywhere x if 25 doses 25 cents f griever sold in bulk aehaafor a subject period to of tour yeariAt JX dimes 1 was almost unfitted for the b ff work In which I am engaged that of atatI n agent Through the advice oTa friend I tried Dr Miles Anti I teeny3 nv system of those continuous headaches J r I that follow a continual mental strain They have done tor me all that Is claimed for them nUSBBLLpArtttNW la AnUPalnPillannd AaC there Is nothing like them Jy Tbef rely have been a blessing to i BMbf MRS M J HAMILTON Upper Alton Ills r Yew drugoltt sell Dr Mlles Anti a onlyIfl Mlles Medical Co Elkhart Ind EFFEOTIVERiMEDYFORALLFORMSOR RHEUMATISM 4 s wrGIVES QUICK RELIEF IcuferingwlthRheumatismI I i i setT1i kaS1rCklae- p I HI L Ip BN MURPHY DEALER IN 1JY 4 DENERAL STORES NEOLA KYr Ogenrtbe citizens in and around Helett chawff tne best line of goods over seen in this section at the price A big round Ptontitb hm will bring you aashe V 1 return than it would anywhere 10 Cotmtry produce and railroad ties takenII iseschanga for goods and your patron 4 r1rltlteepectfnlly solicited Until youII bay from him you will never know how hunch you can save KILLTHi COUCH CURE THE LUNGS t y DrKinglIIW fIIC8UBHIPRICEFns MLL RG IATANDLUNSTR6t1NLE- etor Aorox JlICDIZaruDZJ y F r DY HOUSE M q l Hazell Creen Ky v Jars IUU DAY iToprlt- orfjtit EaMeraKdafriyjAb t tit=fMii iIff s 11 o ft r lORtDtllPMYIw COperatie8 111 Citizens Towns in agricultural distriote apparently are awakening to the importance of organizing clubs and associations for the purpose of public improvements and the pro tection of home industries The field for work is bread It is the business of the town that makes the place of importance Any in stitution that will give employment to labor that will bring more people and more capital to any town is a thing to be desired Many towns in which commercial clubs have been lately organized have a wide field in the simple matter of keeping the people of the town and surrounding country from sending money td other cities for supplies of various kinds that can as well be purchased at home Every dollar sent to a mail order house or department store in an other city impoverishes the town just so much It is the busuess men of the small towns who pay the taxes support the churches and schools not the faroff mail order house and they are deserv ing of all the trade of their home place Dont try to bring new business establishments to your town until local evils are remedied He Got What He Needed Nine years ago it looked 0s if my time had come says C Far thing of Mill Creek I T I was- s run down that lite hung od a very slender thread It was then my druggist recommended Electric Bitters I bought a bottle and I got what needed streugth I had one foot in the grave but Electric Bitters put it back on the turfI again and I have been well ever since Sold under guarantee at all dealers 60f SIMPLE HOME RECIPE Mix this Simple Helpful Recipe at HOMO and Try It Anyway Get from any prescription pharmacist the following Fluid Extract Dandelion one half ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sar saparilla three ounces Shake well in a bottle and take a teaspoonful dose after each meal and at bedtime The aba BJS considered by an eminent aatho Itlqwlns a New York daily paper as the I finest prescription ever written to relieve Backache Kidney Trouble Weak Bladder and all forms of Urinary difficulties This mixture acts promptly on the eliminative tissues of the Kidneys enabling them to filter and strain the uric acid and other waste matter from the blood which causes Rheuma I tismSome persons who suffer with the afflictions may not feel inclined to place much confidence in this aimple mixture yet those who have tried it say the results are simply surprising the relief being effected without the slightest injury to the stomach or other organs Mix some and give it a trial It certainly comes highly recommen ded It is the prescription of an eminent authority whose entire reputation it is said was established by it A druggist hero at home when asked stated that he could either supply the ingredients or mix the prescription for our readers also recommends it as harmless I FORI i NEURALGIA SCIATICA RHEUMATISM BACKACHE PAIN IN CHES- TDISTRESSiN STOMACH SSJ S fP- q l I Yaur Passing ShadowJ24 Want It Sooner Mt Sterling Ky Mar 80 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir and Editor We dont get HERALD since the Goal road makes only one trip a day until1 Monday and sometimes not until Tuesday Wont it come sooner if you send by the L E We miss it when it does not get iin Saturday Regards to you a Mrs Cooper- I am yours truly- J B CECIL Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that connot be cured by Halls Ca tarrh Cure F J OHENEV Co Props Toledo 0 Wet the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honor able in all business transactions financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm WALDINO KINNAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75 cents per bottle Sold ball y druggistsTake Family Pills for con stipation Was Born la Wolfe County Neosho Mo Mar 25 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir Enclosed find 100 for which send me THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD for one year In reply to your letter will say that I was born about eight miles from Hazel Green on what was 1 known as Jim Lausaws placeMy f fathers name was AJi rfLansaw an Imbsain yuuikv dpectfully t WM LANSAW GEORGE RID- EUNDEETAZER HAZEL GREEN KY I have several fine Collins in my shop and am prepared to make any style to order and on the moat reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse and will attend all burials when so requested Public patronage is respectfully solicited 2r tf QEO RICE A WOlDlDIt oirt Ibp atMir 1171 tti r lflforder t tokacbt nervous nxK dfcjtuif ptiio ttragutof functioo itfe t Istr I Wine of CsfM i Mrs R H Lawson of Sprott Ato writes suffered vlthfemafe troubles for 12 years tried 4 1 doctors they did no good so I took Wine of CarduL bare taken 118 boobsfeel greatly relieved and am better than In 20 years Sold by aD reliablel druggists In 100 bottles trty itco tWDITE 116 A I CTTED Wrtleto4aYforafiNC trttottoia DooldorW ml If yneed AW1caIJ k MYua1 h w Aaatmt Leaks AdvMorY Deot Tb Gbtluaoogaas a eaaJ ji w Who Will Be- Presidentu11This is a presidential year and every man must read to keep posted on politics The Ceuitl3euaaiI Henry Watterson Editor Is a Democratic Newspaper but it prints the news as iit develops One dollar a yeas is the price of the tWI vi Iri6iliulal But you can get that paper and the- Hazel Green Herald Both One Year For 150 only yourIorder to this paperNOT to The Courier Journal Dail1 COuci 1n i11- fT 60Q a Year Sunday Courier umal 200 a Year We can give you a combi nation cub rate on these if you will write this paper IB fflinclester ttfcWINCHESTER KY N H WnnEBSPOON President Paid Up Capital I BICOOOOOO Undivided Profit I 11000000 nandiome Pepoilt of over it I 980000000- This bank solicits the account of merchant farmers trader and bus mess men generallvthroughout East ern Kentucky and offer it custom liberaltermleglthuatebanltlult WJ S HENRY +Headquarter Jaokion Ky EEPBESENTIKO THE JOSEPH Ge REED CO Wholesale Dry Goods and Norton PORTSMOUTH OHIO Solicits the trade of the merchants of East ern Kentucky and guarantees price and f quality oi goods Hold orders for him DRMILES ANTIPAIN Pius JI He aceu r V HAZELGREENACADEMYSpring A lSpecial attention will be given to teachers who wish to review all IJthe Common Branches in proparation for Spring Examinations The COURSES OF STUDY have been revised so as to afford thb i best advantages possible for young men and women who desire to bet ter prepare themselves for teaching or wish to prepare for the STATE CERTIFICATE or the STATEDIPLOMA- The ACADEMIC COURSE well equips the student for the SOPHOMORE fiYEAR in College The Faculty is composed of Nine Teachers I tCareful attention is given to each studentJ= TUITION IS FREE y Incidental Fee of 500 is charged for the term i Board with Heat and Li ht200 per week Furnished Rooms Free r Write for Catalogues Hh 0 CARTER J SicyTnasS SHJ1OERTHIChrT H F PIEIiTTPrenIieit E P CECIL Vicehreeatt s MARION KNIGHT Cnbier N 8 G SAMPLE Attorney I Iawitat tDIlT n i- aO1iitDIRECTORS F M PHILLIPS R A KA8H T M LEE H E ONEY BOSETTBlTuOKPUY ThIs Bank solicits the accounts of Merchants Farmers LlberallfermlJIlL Misses JIIODIB aiTioQ announce to the ladies of town and surrounding vicinity that they now have in stock their new and fresh M am Siraier PWHaving spent several days in one of the most fashionable wholesale millinery emporiums in the metropolis of Louisville they feel amply able to please the most fastidious tastes even in extremest cases They also have a select line of 1 LADIES FURNISHING GOODS J such as Collars Belts Cloves Etc JPSfln addition to the ililljuery Business we have a DRESS MAKING DEPARTMENT = to whiqh we giverour customers the best advantage and from our of literature with illustrations the bust styles Can be seen and linerWe are located over Kash Samples Store Call and see pur r for yourself Thanking y9u for year patronage daring the peat son and hoping to merit its continuance we are respectfully o I s MAPEL TROY rp rr- r 4 If you have HeadacheTry One o They Relieve PainaQuickly leaving no bad Aftereffects i Z5 Doses 25Ce11tL A Never Solo Mini BuIkv t + rfiirey Man r