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Digital page images are linked to the text file. frWTv Ji- ii 3K kcSC t RALI3 hI0 Slx Established March 4 1885 Made Famous In the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORoll = a 0 SIJJ u t- owneraaJ 8PBKOBB O salterTheOldest n Most Popular Mow y Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains I a Yea InJ 4l q =TWENTYTHIRD YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 9 1908 NUMBER 85 Lexington and Eastern Rallvn Tine Table in Effect Nov 18 1906 WEST BOUND NO31DallyuI AMArrl 610 am 0 I fJackson IIIIPMArr 615 pm pm 7 07 am 20 OKJUIICtiOIl1 20 a 20 pm 7 30 am 40 40 3 41 pm 7 45 am 44 44 3 li5 7 43 am Campton Juntn 3 57 pmII 8 16 am 57 I Stanton 57 4 26 62 4 Iii8 25 am 62 Clar City 9 OOam 70 LAKJunon 70 5 OJ pm 912 am 90 Winchester 190 b 20 11m- p I M am 04 Lexington II s pm j EAST BOUND i Dally Sunday No2 ox IIII Dolly Sunday No4 and PU Lye AMLye 2 25 pm Lexington 7 3b am 3 10 pm 20 Winchester Ito 8 13 am 3 25 pm Jl Tunctlon 8 26 pm 4 00 pm 40 Clay City J40 I 02 am 4 10 pm 44 Stantont 49 9 10 4 40 Campton Tuntn 0 38pm aIDII 4 45pm 57 Nat Bridge 67 9 43 4 57 pm 82 Torrent 62 956 5 IS pm 70 BeattyveJc7010 17 am 6 10 pm 90 OKJuncnO 11 15 am 6 15 pm 94 JaakeonII94 1120 am CONNECTIONS I L E TCNCTION Trains Nos 12 and 3 will make connection with the CO Ry1I for Mt Sterling CAMPTON JUNCTION Trains Nos 1 2 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central Ky for Pine Ridge and Campton Non 2BEATTYVLLE liT cTioNTrolni nnd 4 will make connection at BeattyTille with the L and A Railway for passengers to and from BeattyTille O t K JUNCTION Trains Nos 3 and 4 connect with the O K Railway for local stations on the O K Railway W A MCDOWELL General Manager OHAa8COTTUen Pass Agent OHIO 8e KENTUCKY RAILWAY Time Table May 21 1906 WEST BOUND No 21I exlSunayI rPM AUB 0 B7 PM AM 5 20 6 Cannel City 22 12 35 4 55 11 Helecbawa 20 12 19 t 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 3 52 22 WilhurHt 6 11 44 3 10 27 OKJunotion 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND No34 No22 Dilfyex1 A STATIONS = Daily ex SundV I Sunday AM LviP11LyE 7 10 27 Cannel city 0 1 00 7 33 21 llelechawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hamptou 13 14 8 37 10 Wilhunt 20 1 51 9 25 1 OK Junction 22 2 25 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 Iu4 NOB 21 and 22 will make close connectioi et O 4 K Junction with NOB 3 and 4 for points on the Lexington and Eastern Rails way H L CONLEY- r Superintendent mountain Gentral ailroaa No1 No 2 r DEPART AH1UVE 000 a mCamptonll 30 a m 200 p m Campton 000pm No 2- AMtlVK No 1- UEIAKT 7 80 amCampn JunclO 05 am 3 t0 pmCampn Juno 440 pm Tho Mountain Central makes connection with all L t E pas senger train- sFARM FOR SALE I offer for sale my farm of 100 acres lying 1i miles east of Hazol A Green Small dwolling outhouses and good well Terms reasonable Call on or address H C LACY w e ti Kytit- t WILLIAMSfrr PHYftW ANP SURGEON e HAZEL GREEN KY Offers his profeitlonal service to the clti cent of Basel Qr tn and surrounding count trIo and will answer all calls of affliction Office at bU wldeoce dotojog Haul pitta Bfflic v y 4L 3jtt ti Md COUNTY NEWS J ojtol1Jllintc1est j of our readers espcvi ally distant friends CAMPTON 11 CPQ fiCYII S S Combs of Richmond came up yesterday on businessIMeasles and matrimony nre still raging in this community Fiscal court is in session today and will likely last for two or three days Iron Z T Hurst of Boxer and A H Patton of Jackson were in town yesterday It is reported that Campton will soon havo a town marshal in the person of Walter Oliver Superintendent W H Chambers yesterday entered an order fixing tho boundaries ofa now school district at Oklahoma Dnysborolandin town yesterday shaking hands with their constituents D B Tyra of Stillwater was attending court hero yesterday and incidentally taking orders for mowing machines rakes etc George Johnson attorney of Ne ola and John Teeter attorney of Stillwater were among the visiting attorneys at County court here yesterdayThe of K W A are be ginning their rehearsals prepara tory to being ready for commence ment week which will be the first week in May Sam Kash C S Sample E F Cecil H H Swango and Gee W Wheeler all of Hazol Green and vicinity were in town yesterday attending County court There was considerable drunken netto town yesterday caused it iis pHthe zeal of one of Jaljc son tizens to curry favor vuh his political friends in Wolfe Tho latest news from tho Camp ton oil field is that Spencer it Marshall are drilling a well on the G W Robjnson farm and T H Beck ott Co on the J S Cable farm Work on the new Miller Chil ders store building on the corner of Main and Washington streets is nearing completion The work is in charge of A P Dye of Hazel GreenThe following marriage licenses were issued since our last letter March 28 to James Wilson and Emma Old fields 80th to Howard Hatton and Sarah Wadkins j all of Wolfe county The following are some of the recent real estate transfers in this county Pocahontas Combs to Cox and Lykins lodges situated in Campton consideration J150 Sa rah E Wilson to J W Hulsey situated on Red river considera tion 100 j Priscilla Buchanan toIi James Brown situated on Still water consideration 187 50 I On the Seminary fork of Still water yesterday Floyd Burnett aged about 16 years shot and in stoutly killed Harrison Mooreagcd about 15 Burnett claims the shooting was accidental nnd that the gun was discharged by Moore in an ofiort on the part of Moore to wrest the gun from Burnett to shoot some birds The examining trial will be hold before County Judge Center tomorrow and in the meantime Burnott is in juil Thero woe only one eyewitness it seems who is a very small boy and it is not known what ho will stateApril 7 S S LEE CITY LOCALS 0David Graham went to Loxing ton Saturday Georgo Taylor and wife went to Frozen Sunday J B Rose of Mizo was here last week on business E B Haddix of Bolknap was in town Saturday Scott Taylor and wife went to Hampton Sunday Mrs II L Taulboo of Greonbrii er was hero Sjturjdjiyi 1 T Jo hlulI fed Ch rUio t t IEl v r I TO CORRESPONDENTSMnil yourII items early so they will reach our ofllce ondnyIfnot he published unless of unusual im portnnre Advertise no ones business and write on one side of the paper only rick are trading with nearly every man they meet IBusiness is better with the com ing of April and spring Drs Wise and Dunn aro kept on the go People will complain Miss Trinnie Walters went to see her mother and sisters at Bel knap Saturday Richard Merida was forced to move during the tide last Tuesday Ho had ten lions drowned Mrs Fannie Bryant accompanied by her sisterinlaw Miss Ef fie Bryant visited tho formers brother on Rose Fork Saturday night and Sunday The IMt E railway hare had to transfer near Clay City on account of ii trestle out of line for tho past week They will not bo able to run through trains before Tuesday morningWillie Arnett was given A five penitentiaryforago We hear ho is trying to ap peal the case Several who testi fied thought he would be cleared There was an unusual amount of rain hero the first of last week The water was out of its banks for several hours The water Tuesday morning was around the station about a foot high Farmers were damaged badly as well as the 0 K railway April 0 A R LACY CREEK LINES o painting Miss Lula Perkins the charm or elle of this creek was in town luglSaturdayJ wife of Camp ton were guests of Squire Jrhn D Rose and family last wo1 Frank Coldiron bou H milk cow from John Moore pt Atillwa ter last week Price private Rev John Wilson of Campton will preach at Roso Chapel every third Sunday j Sundayschool on every Sunday- S S Roso is trying to excel the Murphyforklong on his farm L E Smith and wife of Snow douville j C 0 Rose and Lexio Elkins were visitors at the home of J P Rose Sunday Misses Mattie Leo and Lula Rose accompanied by their brother Dorsey attended the H G A social Saturday night Married at the residence of H L Childers Wednesday April I SnowdeniWill Shnokplfnrd of Brpiithitt noutity passed hero lust week look theIi From tho residence of John D Rose up to tho manufacturing village of Snowdenville a distance of about 4 miles are four sawmills in operation j also two stores and all doing a good business While painting at tho homo of- T P Rose this week the writer hoard sqmo excellent music on tho organ and guitar rendered by the two skillful artists Misses Mattio Loo and Lula Rose Their selec tions aro the newest in tho world 10fApril music 01 POET STILLWATER SPARKLES o J Frank Dunns wifo is confined to her had wijth dropsy SC Roso moved W M and Tom Faulkner from Lacy Crook to his farm on Stillwater Mrs Robert J Rose whose ill ness has been reported from time to time is improving nicely Jack Hall moved from Powell county to the farm of his father jn law on Big branch this county After tAD absence of two yean I t1 J tAJ I in the army hiring which timo I ho has SHOD nrvie HI tho Philip pines Otis Tittt mule in about a weekago Elijeh hose Sr died nt the home of his Ron Elijah Rose Jr March 2Rand was buried in the Rose graveyard Ho was about OS yoars old Wo are credibly informed that tho jury nt Stanton in the can of Lnna Williams vs W L Hurst I bronght in u verdict of 80toldcosts for plaintiff Wo also learn that John MTolHon has filedsnit against the samo defendant for 000I AprilI ii Dom o TRENT TIPS 0 Mrs John Marker wan calling on tho people of Trout Monday Mrs Cnl Onndiff unit her two pound girl are improving nicely Mrs Eva Trent was visiting her mother Mrs George Beasloy Mon dayMrs T DL Lei and wife wore the guests of Gal Cundiff and wife SundayT Edwards and Cal Oundfff I MondayJames CamptonMonday Stamper had a shrubbing Saturday and got quite a lot of work done Sunday was regular church day at Laurel hut the weather was so inclement there cas no meeting Mrs Etta Maloney of Stillwa parentsJyearsdiedMenifee county He was a minis ter of the Baptist church and will be mourned by a largo circle ofi acquaintance April 7 DEW DHOP LANDSAW LACONICS 0 CumptonThursday Boone Tyrn the talker of Stillwater was at Landsaw Satur day A M ggs commercial tour ict inti melt our merchant last Thursday John Sam nnd liar 1i1 bold havo gone to Su see their father James iirchfield Died April I one of tho twin babies of Cleveland Murphy It was buried next day in the Murphy graveyard Floyd and Boyd Hutton who have been working at the sawmill of Boone Center on Gilhnore have come home and are preparing for a cropDied March HI George Peck of Stillwater and was buriedat Landsaw next day He had been a sufferer for some time and was cared for by the county E T Kash last week bought of W L Buchanan one cow for 25 from Mrs Maggie Dean one cow for 80 and from 1 W Combs a pair of yearling steers for 22 There was a tide in tho creeks in this secton March 81 and April 1 which done great damage to the heavyfallconsiderably by slips Noah Hatton while fox hunting ono night lust week fell over a cliff breaking his left arm above the elbow and sustaining other painful injuries He was brought to his antic Mrs Martha Hatton anti Dr Cox of Cauiptou set tho broken limb The talking machine contest at this plaice closed on the 1st Tho machine was won by Miss Maggie Combs after a very warm but friendly contest All parties segued satisfied Tho tickets wore counted by J M Swango X L Combs and J P Tackott April 0i AVON SALEM SINGSONG 0Services will be held at Salem church Sunday conducted by the regular pastors- F M Long went to Hanoi Green Saturday and remained until Mon day to attend to some business Oscea Long of Salem went to Blaokwater one day this week to buy a farm if any location suited him 4 Married April 5 at the home il I 1t M I of Mrs Sevillar Xickoll Chnrlpsj C Gone and Miss Lou JunesJ IHI- P 1 P Wilson officiating Arthur Graham who lots boon attending school at If ft A was1 compelled to return home this reekon account of sickness April IL5 OitiorH Oscar Fallen is on the sick list this week Lookout next week thorn will ho a wedding to report near Salem GneSs who A f Long returiKd Saturday from Rose lark where ho had I been on business Dr Chanoy extracted some teeth I for Mrs Hoi Ho Osborn also Miss Collinsworth one dny last wt Nk Miss Sue O Long is this weak assisting her sister Miss Folay Long in the millinery storo at Hazel Green Squire B F Blankonship ox hibitud a bunch of alfalfa clover six inches high from lust spring sowing on his farm Marion Franklin Nickellof Ca ney has a very severe ease of fe ver His fatherinlaw Pros Wil sun is attending his bedside i ir9 Amanda Wilson and Mrs Daysboroisited und X P Chaney from Thursday until Monday April IL5 SMOKEirorr INSKO ITEMS u C Hurst iis here today on busi ness II Lee has moved to the Andy Liudon property toIrITohn Bailey and family spent Saturday night with his brother I MarionAndy Linden and wifo made a trip to iillnire Saturday re turning SUlldnyIChicken lull has moved back to his farm on Gillmore and will try to raise u crop tbis year J H Stricklin has gone to tho Harlan Xickell farm to start some men to work ir tanbark woods WagesIrfpunday with Miss w Lonzo Lui13ii o nap has moved tota unity Tav farm and will woH Stricklin Julio San go a Filipino who has been staying with W C Taul bee for the past few mouths left for his old home today W L Lacy tho Christian min ister at this place will preach Saturday and Sunday We hope t see U large congregation present II A sorry to learn that noth ing but tho panic struck you It struck us a fearful blow too but now that it iis over let us givei all the news I IAprill j i4 DIIIK I I INEOL NUGGETS o Alex DulY passed through U wn I SundayMiss Mottle M Wilson visited home folks Sunday I James Duff of Trent was doing I SaturdayI h- here en route to his farm in Madi son county Miss Alice Wilson was a guest of Mr and Mrs Arnce Arnett Saturday and Sunday James Wilson of Oklahoma and Km ma Oldfield wore united in the holy bonds of matrimony last Friday April 0v GIUXXY MAYTOWN MISSIVE I 0 Mrs Anna Day is on tho sick I weekI bought lit a horse from B Lyons of French ur vie IIX our town lust week r1l on the 2nd to tho wife of Will Linkous a 1211 buyI Married at the house of the brides mother Mrs Lizzie Smith Sunday April 5 Bon RatlilV and Miss Lillie Hill May joy and hap piness be their lot and peace their stops attend j may they bo froo from care and strife are the wishes of a friend April 0 1J AINDBOP s c- r t r i ir ltl 1If 9 4 IIMI E MITES r4 4I ofICaskoy lost week L C Caskey Torn Leo and Ed Cecil have mail boxes put on teroad in front of their resjdeocep It is a catching foyer but hpyJar it will go tne writer knowfl np Mrs Margaret Slimp of Mjeson r fLeoSaturday for u visit wjth Mr and Mrsf W TI Cnskoy at Hazel Grelifj I 1tractI which stood the school honBewierp Lee and Taylor Caskoy spent sqmpf of their youthful days The land wits bought from Buchnnnn Rose for jIiiII prosidentR Ct appeared in this neighborhood Friday with eight or nine men to see about getting their stave milk near Marion Phillips home in operation again + A largo portion of land around Lee Caskeys home is in bluegrjjsB Recently a strange mnji was seen loitering around and when naked his business replied that he vyaff looking for the tobacco barn Ho must have been a night ridtr f Misses Oldfield and Lydia Ann Xickell nieces of L C Caskey accompanied by Miss Fannie Adams were guests of Leo Caskey and Tnotbeautifully through the home i cow belonging to Ben Harvey IA have gotten into some pasjture where the law reads no cow allowed to chew grass but thij owners by the way the animal showed up Sunday when coining in on the home stretch with a can I whichIline iIf ono could see tho home of L C Caskey and notice the hand qnje exterior and its beautiful surroun dings and then step inside and view the grandeur of the Pl perjK s recently done by lo 4 i GfraBsyCreekconclusion that the mortal home of the cout April fh c-I eY GAB i 0 veryIpast I IHe John C Barker of Still i water spent Saturday andSup4ey I I with his parents Monroe Gevedon went to EelI andwas calling at Mr pay4is as wo suspect on business Sunday f Mrs Mottle Day went to Camel IfiCity Sunday She will etayornr i ia few days to have some denial work done J II Day and John D Henry sold a nice hunch of young cattle to John Adams Friday We did not learn the price 1Iy sayan months past on an evangohtltloftour returned home last Week f Jackson Day and wife IILncle Gullitt and wife ofl Ctf 14 ney were guests of G W Lykine fir and wife Saturday and Sunday Circuit court at West was well attended from Libo1tyIIof the aounty last week listened to tho instructions of olrtt new judge to the grand jury J1 t they wore the best they over hoard He together with our commonswealths attorney is making it- thot for the boys who have violated the laws ill tho slightest degree Nathan Day will not as was formerly reported go to New Mex ico but will in a fow woeke re e sumo his place as traveling sides man for the Brown atCoof I Cincinnati Ho has boon worb gg for the firm as clerk for tbo past few weeks and will get a raise In salary so we learn He wilPre1 turn home this week We orb glad to welcome him back March 3H DOUNO Plenty at roaltlttIis caused by stagnation of the liver S rIj and bowels To got rid offhlands headache and biliousness awe theq I poison that brings jjaundice taI Dr Kins wJtfq lihtthqro liable purifteaJ tot Reor 4 without grlgdtp tlptn JII iat till deter t n f M 7 iIi lljA r i + Hf z f tI 4 tI HERALDr s BceledaUb Jlanl Green Post w oaapuurecondclassmntterd t SPENCER COOPER Editor I HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY April 9 1808 ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE CnilDlCV We are authorized to an OUUntCli nounce Judge G W Gour ley of Beaityvllle no a candidate for Circuit Judge of this tbe l3rd Judicial District aubject to the action of the Republican party FOI COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY are authorized to an STAMPERWe A H Stamper of Campton as a candidate for Common 1 wealths Attorney of the 23rd Judicial i District to fill the unexpired term sub ject to the action of the Democratic party ere authorized to announce USHWe Kasb of Jackson as n candidate for Commonwealths Attorney for the 23rd Judicial District subject to 1theaction of the Republican party 4nI FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK announeLUI as a candidate for the office of Circuit ti Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to tbe Democratic primary 0 FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK ti TUTTWe are authorized to announce S TUTT as a candidate for the office of County Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party FOR SHERIFF are authorized to announce SMITHWe HMITII as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Wolfe county subject to the action of tbe Democratic party FOR JAILER OV DWeareauthorizedtoannouncerGeo the office of Jailer of Wolfe County sub r ject to the action of the Democratic par ty 4 FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announceTYRA i D B Tyra of Stillwater as a candidate for Assessor of Wolfe county subject to the Democratic primary l W J LAMPION New York a journalist of international l reputation antia ncstor in newspaperdom has the fol lowing complimentary com t upon Jfrecent issue ofT4 KlEKALD in noticing the changes in dress and increase f in size Col Lampton hast no pecuniary interest in our paper but he knows of the struggle we have made in aI score and more years and be lieving the laborer is worthy his hire thinks the people in whose behalf it is published should accord it a better sup I saysIby subscribing a year Bro Cooper I was just look ing over and admiring your new sixcolumn HAZEL GREEN HERALD today and it occurred to me after making a brief calculation that I was prepared to bet a farm that there wasnt a man woman or child in Wolfe county who could get as much for their money in any other way as by subscribing for your pa per Of course there are people b out there who seldom think about things who will come along with their farms to bet but let me call their attention to what they are getting beforo they risk their property on a certainty againt them For example there are by actual count in TilE HERALD of March 19th ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY t HEVEN items of local news not to libefound in any other newspaper j there are TEN items of state news j there are EIGHT announcements of candidates interesting to people in politics j there are THRKE rail way time tables of value to all travelers j there is one column of editorial matter and there are advertisements of linos in 1TILIRTY to purchasers of all sorts of things Not a bad inventory of useful material is it And how much does it all cost the sub soriber How much of bis bard earned savings does be have to giver Y up for such a ollection of useful and interesting information most of it not obtait ble anywhere else on earth LE TITAN TWO CENTS 1 NUMIVIERSyou subscriber who thinks he is not getting his moneys worth when he takes his county paper I By hock ho ought to be ashamed of himself Ho cant gut anything- Ilike that much of anything oleo from anybody for anything like soII small an amount of money than two cents for an invoice that I would stock a store or a farm if put into as many articles of general merchandise or farm products or implements As a mere busi ness proposition the editor is the best friend the county man has when it comes to giving value re ceived and for the general im provement of the whole county nothing compares with the news paper which every week tells the story of the people and their work and encourages everybody to great er effort Maybe I dont know what 1 am talking about but I am here to say that the man who kicks be cause he thinks he isnt getting his motleys worth in his county paper or will not subscribe be cause it is not worth what is asked for it ought to be kicked himself and kicked clean out of the coun ty Yours tfcc LAMTTOX New York City March 1- 5C7dl3TORI11Bean theThe Kind You Have Always Bought Signature IIt From Ballentino Miss Editor HAZEL GREEN HERALD Dear Sir You will please allow me space for a short letter in the dear old HERALD which I receive every Monday night I am located at the Woods Ho tel on the Sardis and Delta rail road owned and operated by the Manufacturling engines two work trains andone passenger train They own 84 sections of laud in what is called the Mississippi Delta Each section contains 040 acres of well timber r11andoomposed of hardwood oak persimmon hickory and aye amore j soft wood cypress yellow gum and cottoiSnooii which 11111 grows llarge nnd thick cutting four f to six 10foot logs po2rcoalley get for cutting hard wood 00 cents and for softwood 50 cents per 1000 feet The company has two steam skidders in the woods and one boom loader which furnishes the timber to railroad and then the engine carries the logs to their plant at Sardis which consists of a spoke factory a vaneering fac tory a heading machine and very large saw mill They consume 75000 to 80000 feet a day T B McCormickof McCormick Ky is general manager A McGregor of McCormick Ky general man ager of woods j A P Stille of Clay City Ky secretary j Weed Garrett of Stanton Ky general manager supply store and a groat many other Kentuckians here who are playing a very active part in helping to move business along My position pays mo 85 a month There is lots of game here bear deer wild turkeys and ducks some panther3 and wolves I have eaten bear and deer meat both I sinco I have boon in Mississippi- I I dont know how long I will be hero for my lG20tlis wrote me that I would have to come home and sow oats and grass seed and I am awfully homesick and you see I am liable to start most any time but let tho dear old HERALD come on to Bullontiuo Miss un til 1 write you to chango the ad dress Wishing THE HERALD yourself and better seven eigthe all tho suc cess T remain yours etc T K TITT What Shall We Have for Dessert Try JELL 0 the dainty appetizing economical dessert Can be prepared Instantly simply add boiling water and serve when flavored just right sweetened jest right perfect in every way A lOa package makes enough dosiert for a large family All gro cars sell It Dont acceptiubitltutcH JELL o compile with the pure food Jaws Seven RlupberrfChocolatci I 1 La t Some Suggestions For the Improving of School Grounds Select those trees and shrubs which are the commonest because they are the cheapest hardiest and most likely to grow Thoro is no district PO poor and hare than enough plants ran not be secured I without money for tho school yard You will find them in tho woods in old yards along the fences It iis little matter if no one knows i their names A raro or strange plant may be introduced now and then from the nurseries if there is any money withwhich to buy such things Plant it at some conspicuous point just in front of the border where it will show oil well be out of the way and have some relation to the rest of the planting Two or three purple leaved or variega ted leaved bushes will add much to the spirit of the place but many of them make it look fussy and overdone Have a definite plan for your planting considering well the size and contour of your grounds The aim should be to hide by tho aid fJbjecI the place and to so locate the trees and shrubs as to givo a pleas outlook and to afford protoc ling from the winds They should planted however in natural groups and nature does not plant in straight stilt rows Remember too that flower beds are much more effective when framed in a suitable background of foliage than when planted in open spaces The open spaces should be made attractive with beautiful grass Flowers also are effective in window boxes or along the edge of the grounds not in tho center Plant vines and climbing roses about porchewalls old tree trunks and at the posts of the fences where they can Le trained on either side along the wires or rails We have the most beautiful treos all about us from which to choose for the school grounds ash elm maple beech sycamore willow hickory chestnut poplar pine and oak We have the most attractive shrubs in our woods and form yards dogwood red bud mock orange rhododendron laurelwitch hazel wild rose elder sweet brier sumac hew snowball lilac rose spires and honeysuckle rpno an abundance of flow 111 easy to grows and al themselvesliliesasters golden rod petunias cos mos caudytuft marigolds verbe nas sweet alysium violets pop pies jonquils daffodils crocus narcissus and a long list of others Care should be taken to choose such as bloom while the school is in sessionWe if we really wish to do so make every school house and grounds in Kentucky a place of beauty He Got What He Needed INine years ago it looked os if my time had come says C Far thing of Mill Creek 1 T I was sj run down that lite hung on a very slender thread It was then my druggist recommended Electric Hitters I bought a bottle and I got what I needed strength I had one foot in the grave but Electric Bitters put it back on the turf again and I have been well ever since Sold under guarantee at all dealers mlt Dr A C Nickell tells us he will be compelled to break up house keeping owing to his wifes failing health and offers his house gar den barn and a tine well of water for rent This is a nice little home that some one may rent at a bar gain by applying to him at once in time for gardon tf The Democratic vote in Wolfe in 1000 was 879 and 899 in 1907 With these figures as a basis you can send in a dollar for subscription make your estimate and get II chance at one of tbe prizes recorded in our ad on another page Try Your Luck A Medal of Gold It will be of interost to our rea ders to learn that the managers of the Jamestown Exposition have awarded a gold medal to the famous Stevens Rifles Shotguns and Pistols This is a deserving tribute to the well recognized m rit of these sterling firearms i tJ au r The Cause of ManyII There Is a disease prevailing In this j country most dangerous because so decep I I J I 1u X live Many sudden R deathsarecansedbyI It heart disease 1pneumonia heart or apoplexy 1itfailureI the result I of dlssase If iII ii I IItdneytoaancpthc trouble lal IIt II nay poisoned L T blood willatlHCK the vital organs or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles mostt always result from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure Is obtained quiclest by a proper treatment of the kidneys If you are feeling badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and bladder remedy- It corrects Inability to hold urine and scald Ing pain In passing It and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the exlraordlnaryeffect of Swamp Root Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its won derful cures of the most distressing cases SwampRoot Is pleasant to take and sold by all druggists In fiftycent and one dollar sited bottles You may PA1 havea sample bottleof this wonderful new dls II il1I + I IIcovery and a book that I tells nil about It both amneoraunnoot- senlireebymall AdJress Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton NY When writing mention reading this generous offer in this paper DonTi maKe any mistake but remember Jh rime Swamp Root Dr Kllmrr Engchnond misS Faa Lung THE MILLINER HAZEL GREEN KY Invites the ladies of Hazel Green and vicinity to call and inspect the latest creation in Trimmed and tntrimmed Hats Frames Flowers Fovbers Ribbons Etc just received from her Cincinnati buyer and embracing latest out laaias aaSkirtsJinei1Iin Voile Panama and Readymade Waists a specialty in silk and Wash Goods Latest in Belts and Col lars including a tasty collection Underwear Hosiery Embroidery Laces c in great profusi- onkYour patronage is respect fully solicited Respectfully FALAY LONG STEVENSQCrop furred and feathered pests are made short shrift of with a reliable unerring STEVENS I CFor Sport or Service STEVENS RIoIESS- HOTGUNSPISTOLS are unsurpassed HIGH IN QUALITY LOW IM PRICE Ifrorcana C decomla ohtanfo ror itlapl fur Duhr weiUp- dlretI isorZUoatnUd exprrsi md hf Ptpald upon Dcicriptln rt lptcfC u Catalog JIN logI friec lIptl with Always Inilit TCVEN3 uion STEVENS roorallrllrloformltloo when ordering J STEVENS ARMS TOOL COP O Box 4098 Chicopee Falls Mass TREESII Fruit and Ornamental Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Our Strawberry Plants are moneymakers Try em WRITE FOR FREE CATALOG WE HAVE NO AGENTS- H F HILLENMEYER SONS LEXINGTON K- YCBatfBtTORIA Beau tlulbKind You fete Always Mi I J y Collar La- belWHY r 11aySuits as good or as in u c li for inferior Suits claimed to be as gootlvheIIShield Brand sold under an ironclad GUARANTEE can he had within the range of Popular I Prices 1000 tho lowest 1800 the highest Every detail in construction of both fabric and suit regardless of minute ness has been given close attention with a view of turning out tho best to had at the prices fA suit for yonii 3 Grey Brown Black or Blue Single and Double Breasted too Every Pattern entire-lynew IPi H STA1VIPE R if- II CPi1yFrT1 J ivll I TRY YOUR LUCK Sr I 0oooooeoooooeeooooooooooaoooeooooeoooooloooooooeeooooaooee eeeeeeooooooooeo300 25 in Free Presents i ooc9cfooooooooeo o ooooo00 owoNtoooooeooooeeoaoooooeeoooooeooooo000000oil The Wolfe County Democratic Primary Election to se beet 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 and nt the same time give its subscribers 25OOin useful articles such as watches and chains ran ors combination handy tool holder c This is in no sense a lottery but an educational prob lem in which each new subscriber and each old one who pays up and renews will have the opportunity to exercise his bruin in estimating the vote to be polled at the coming Democratic Primary Election 1 The price of THE HERALD is 100 a year in advance and every subscriber is entitled to one estimat Old subscribers who pity 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 a 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 00plated Y OAmerican6 O OAmericaO 50atj 50vote00voteI ItASIH UlON WHICH TO MAKE EST1MATK The total Democratic vote polled in the Congressional el ection of won was 870 and in the Govevnors election off1U07 Mr Hager received total of 899 votes rlOOOOOOUOOOooooooooooooOOUUOUUIOOOOOOOOOO04Cut H Cut out this Nffirir coupon care I fillPostomceI f I withIij LHOOOOOOOOOOuooo ooooocooooooooooooooJ to us atonce t11 fiend your estimate and your dollar to this office and we will takeoare of both Sincerely yours SPEFCER COOPER rs- tt I i F yi1Ir M t e r i r 4r n rr i Upr rMv I srrear Without Alcoholrr A Strong Tonic WithoutAlcohol 1 1ABody Builder Without Alcohol A Blood Purifier Without Alcohol A Great Alterative Without Alcoholi J A Doctors Medicine Without Alcohol t Avers Sarsaparilla Without Alcohol WI publish our formula W binlih alcohol A y from our m dioint lJersoonuret yon 70urr to Ayers Pills are liver pills They act directly on the liver make more bile secreted This is why they are so valu able in constipation biliousness dys pepsia sick headache Ask your doctor if he knows a better laxative pill tttit by the J C Ayer Co Lowell Mm THE HERALD DRINK WAINSCOTTS POP Miss Juda Cox of Campton came over Saturday to visit her sister Mrs Claude Day George Dyer offers for sale a y good work horse For particulars und price see him JMtf Miss Lula Nickell visited her mother Mrs Jane Nickellat Grasty Saturday and Sunday Mrs C P Kash and Mrs Robt Cecilspent Saturday at the home of Mrs Jahile Phillips near town Miss Sue Long of Salem is with her sister Miss Falay at present aiding her in the millinery work o dtazt= 4k Bun theTbKind You Have Always Bought Signature fI aCDr A C Nickell spent Satur day and Sunday with his daugh ter Mrs Butler Hughes at Pom eroyton Mrs Hord had the misfortune last Thursday to fall from the top of the step leading to the academy parnfalaEvery person in the state directly or indirectly interested in the tobacco situation should read an article on the subject in Van Nor dens Magazine for April 0 Dr Center informs us that Boone Oldfield is suffering from hemor rhoids both external and internal and that he will bo operated upon as soon as he can stand the ordeal Andy Caldwoll who formerly lived here but who now makes his home in Estill county came in last Saturday to visit his daugh ter Mrs Larkin Sparks who has a very sick infant E F Cecil as administrator of tho estate of Harrison Swango de ceased will sell the personalty of the decedent on Saturday April 18 For particulars see billand + then attend for bargains DBTyra of Stillwater is agent for the following mowing ma chines Osborn Champion Mc Cormick Deoring or any other and any rake the farmers need and he willsell at close prices Mrs Charley Hurt received a telegram Monday informing her that her father who lives down in Breckiuridgo county was danger ously ill and Tuesday morning she loft for his home to attend his bedside Sowell Combs of Richmond is visiting among friends and rela tives in this vicinity He tried to reach here in time to attend tho burial of Uncle Harry Swango but the bridge being washed out at Clay City he could not make 4theconnectionMiss f Onoy while out duringfquicksand near the Hazel Green bridge when she was thrown from her horse and badly scared She suffered no serious injury but shocked her nervous system andI sprained her ankle BO she has to imp about t tea of 4- iy sI There coma near boing a disastrous conflagration at the residence of John VarH Friday last One of Mr McLins little girls called there for a book and Mr Words I upIed smoke and upon investigation found that fire had broken out inI a closet sumo of tho contents ho ing destroyed including a pair of punts The diinmgo as iiBSOssod by Uoorgo Ilice was no which was fully covered by iiiHuranco The building is coveredwith a gal vanized iron roofing and had not the fire been discovered just at the moment it was tho house and all its contents would have been de stroyed Mr Ward says it was a providential escape for which ho is very thankful George Sandifer left Monday for Lexington where he will visit his wife and daughter for a few days His father George Sandifer of Danville will be there and it will bo a kind of family reunion of tho Saudifer family four generations being roprosonted and four Georges GeorgeSandifer of Dan ville Georgo Sandifor of Hazel GeorgeSandiferi difer This is rather a remarkable coincidence as it is seldom indeed that four generations bear ing the same given name meet to gether Inadvertently we last week fail ed to mention that Mizpah lodge 007 FrC A 11 had charge of the funeral and burial of Uncle Harry Swango The ceremony as per formed by Most Worshipful Mae tor John Ward was very solpmn and imposing Several visiting brethren were present and parti cipated in the ceremonies among whom were Shiloh Swango Alhe Landrum H B Little and others whose names have escaped us One reason THR HERALD does not enjoy as large a subscription I list as it should is because of the deadbeats who borrow it week in and week out We hoard of ani instance Monday where four families i j borrow it every weekand each one of the four are well able I to pay for it Several cases of one or two borrowing it havo conic toi our notice and in justice to us I subscribers should make it a rule not to loan it out The Ladies Cemetery association and tho Ladies Aid Society will givo a social in honor of the Town Board Friday April 10 at the home of Mr and Mrs J P Bicknell Members of the Aid Society tho Cemetery Association and tho Town Board will compose the company Light refreshments will be served and a very enjoyable time is anticipated Our old friend F M Long of Salem visited his daugters Mrs Robert Cecil and Miss Falay Long over Sunday and had a handshake with many old friends Mr Long is a delegate to the National Pro hibi ion convention which meets bOlilievIn noting the Spradling bridge disaster we were misinformed as to the death of young Culbertson He is still alive and did not have to have tho leg amputated We are sorry we reported his death but it was so stated to us and given as a nows item FOR SuEGas and gasoline engine i IS h p with grist mill capacity 150 bushels corn a day engine and mill best quality and in A No1 order i prico reasonable Call on or write J M TRKNT 85tf Trout Ky J T Day Improving Every Day The more the people see of J T Day tho moro they are surprised at tho transformation he shows Just think that for ton years ho had paid no attention to buflinuoB in any respect and now almost instantly lie becomes tho same Taylor Day of old full of vigor I nurllovorywi i Onu timn you won pushing thoII improvements about his yard and gurdun thou ho visits tho school and dines with Prof Dorthick tho principal then ho iis horseback inspecting his property and notI ine repairs at which ho at once puts hands And this is the way be coes day after day Our Man About Town asked him how he found his business after his long spell of enforced idleness and he replied Kvorthitig is just as it should be Iam simply delight ed and to Bob McLin his souin law who managed affairs I1 am so profoundly grateful that words can not express it Ho has been true to his trust to tho uttermost I and I am overjoyed I have many improvements in contemplation I shall put in a stock of general merchandise that will surprise the natives and supply all who need goods Briefly I intend to resume my place as a business man and keep things going I am well as I over was and feel ton years younger than I did ten years ago I am going to open my Torrent hotel and run iit in first class style I have much to do and will employ many men Such is the action and talk of a man who for ten years has been morbidly morose a ruminating recluse without ap parent care or concern and to say it is remarkable hardly expresses tho case And the people hope and bolievo his rejuvenation is of permanent duration Selah To Prepare for Industrial Plant Prof M 0 Carlor accompanied by his wife left Wednesday for Indianapolis where he has been ordered by the C W Hl1 to ap pear and take instruction in industrial work They will remain in that city until about Sept 1st when it is expected the industrial piant connected with Hazel Green Academy will be ready to begin operations and Prof Carter be prepared to assume charge of it A laundry woodworking plant machine shop and two or three other industrial branches will bo taught giving a fine chance for young ladies and young men to learn a useful pursuit and at the same time educate themselves Their many friends resrnt to eee Prof Carter and wife 1 leave us for so long n stay but they urt con soled in the fact that s in the interest ot the school and hope the sojourn may be a pleasant one j CASTOR IfAI for Intents and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought dBears theIfIjf dy WantedWe want to purchase delivered not later than Juno 1st to our mill on Lucy creek 100000 firstclass 27 2i3 and IS inch stayes According tc the provisions of a contract which we made when timber was at tho highest wo can pay you more for rough staves than can be realized for same dressed ji and delivered to New York at the I present time Any one who can make a few thousand or oven a few hundred will do well to write or call and see the undersignedJ iC Sox o ooo o oooo ooooo Consumption u less deadly than it used to be Certain relief and usually complete recovery will result from the following treatment 0Hope rest fresh air and Sco1tf 1 EmulsionALL ijijiiirnl BOo AND SIOO ii- r 0000J t i i tIoi 1 LIi 1t M +IIU vgmmarAM +s r wA y i Resolutions off Respect Mizpah Lodge No 507 F A M WHEBKAS It hUll pleased M1 mighty God to call from labor to rust our beloved brother Harrison Swango March HI 1108 therefore bn it resolvedI 1st That in the death of Bro Hwango this lodge loses a worthy and valuable member and tho community s citizen whJ o moralI character and habits WITH worthy of uommendition null imitation I whoso Ii f1I11t1 character word rand deed won him universal love and esteem for ho was regarded by men in all walks of Ii lit an hon orable unto and by tho church as an aggresivo as well us progress ive christiullII 2nd That ttio heartfelt sym pathy of this Lodge ho tendered the Weaveil family and that woe commend them in this hour of trial and sorrow to the earl and guidance of tho God of tho widow mid Mm lFather of the fatherless i Srd1 That ni copyof tlief ren orielhepublished in the Roma Journal and HAZKT GIIKHV HKIIAIH Titos TAITIIKK W TALUIKKr JAS II SKrtASTiAs Committee i Hows This Wo otter Ono Hundred Dollars Reward for any caso of Catarrh that co riot bo cured by hulls Ca j tarrh Cure F1 Dui xi v Co Props Toledo 0 We tho undersigned have known F J Cheney for tho last 15 years and believe him perfectly honor able in till business transactions financially able to carry out any obligations mode by his firm f WAimxo KIXXAX A MAHVIX Wholesalo Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally acting directly upon the bloodand mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 7t cents per bottle Sold hvI all druldstsITake Halls Family Pills for eon stipatiou i Dr Center reports the birth ofij twin girls to the wife of Cul Ctin diffof Trent March Jlf ftt the endof the seventh month One I of them was badly Hformecluncl lived only about half an hour j The other was very weak and not expected to live Also tho li j yearold daughter of Robt Phipps who had hemorrhage the 1lth day and was very hud iis rapidly recov oring Spring Has Come and you may see tub effect in the storejatj in crowds to lion Murphys store to got goods of all kinds especi ally ladies and gents hats shoes slippers and in fact all their dreI goods from finest silk down a anything you need Prices to so does advertising find Hen set things very low JIM RECIPE FOR RHEUMATISM i Directions to Prepare Simple Yet l Remarkable Home Mixture There is so much Rheumatism here in our neighborhood now that the following advice by an emi uentauthority who writes for rend ers of a large Eastern daily paper j will be highly appreciated by those who sutler Get frown any good pharmacy onehalf ounce Fluid Extract Dun delion one ounce Compound Kar gon three ounces of Compound II Syrup Sarsaparilla Shuke these weil in a bottle and take in teaspoonful dostts after ouch meal and lit bedtime also drink plenty of good water It is claimed that there are few victims of this dread and torturous I disease who will fail to find ready relief in this simple homemade PtI1p1l1nentl i This simple remedy is = aid to thttlimi1nl1tivethat they out filter and strain from the blood and system the poisons acids and waste matterwhich cameo not only Rheumatism but numer ous other diseases Every man or woman hero who feels that their kidneys are not lieu Itby mid active or who suffers from tiny urinary trouble whatever should is t hesi tate to make up this mixtl e as it is certain to do much good and may save you from much misery and suffering after awhile Our home di uggists say they will either supply the ingredients or mix the prescription ready to take if our readers ask them II L w f Y1 uvl H Tim Kind You limn Always fought and which Lag hccu in use for over JO years hits liorno the slgnatnro of Hill has lieiii inado under his pcr f 27sjffl xonnl snjKrvislon Hlnco UK infancy y I SuAt Allow no OliO todcuutvo you in tills All Counterfoils Imitations anil JustasRood are but iperlments that trillu with and cnUunirur tho health of Infants tulle Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor 011 Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic Mihsinnce Its age IIs Its guarantee It destroys Worm i stud allays IVverlsliiiess I It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic IIt relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho Stomach and Howl Is giving healthy nod natural sleep The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothersl Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS 4- r Signature of cthe = The KM You Have Always BOUghtt1 In Use For Over 30 Years THC OtMtU COMPANY TT MUH Y iTittcr new YORK CITY i e Kash JohnsonKashDEALERS INtf General Merchaddise COUNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of the poopl of Hazel Green and vicinity to the net stock of goods they hove just received embracing general stores Staple and Fancy Groceries Hoots and Shoes Clothing Fruits andrVegetables in season Farmers Hardware Ac anti especially their Shield Brand Clothing Dress f Goods Latest Prints Domestics all of which they soil at a small profit for CASH their policy being t Quick Allies and Small IProfits Soliciting your trade which we hope to merit by fair dealing wo are respectfully yours Kash Johnson Kash jfWEllis Johnson in connection w ore runs un uptodato Livery and Food Stable Drummers riceI i at all times u H rr I Lookout fo- rCECIL BROS new advertisement whichwill appear next week perhaps Sam Kash of the firm Kash 5 Sample says they are sellingIgoods so fast and are kept so busy that they have no time to write an advertisement and he says if they had a new ad they would have to hire another as i sistant for which they can notII make room with the goods n K T lUIilJ S 1 SAHIli I ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and CounselorsatIavvt I CAMPTON KY Thin firm will practice in all tin Courts of Wolfe anil adjticent coimtk Special attention given to Corporation Law and Real Estate LillgationIOffice Second Floor Farmers and Pradi u Rank 4 A The Buyers Guide The firms whose names are represented in our advertising columns are worthy of the confidence of every person in the community who has money to spend The fact that they enterprisingcredit to our town and deserving of support Our advertising columns comprise a Buyers Guide to Wr dealing good goods hoBltt price 1 t 1 ffff I r1 itIJiIiIl r r r ht f y- tt 1 a Mart may lie weal the same as the eyes Ucli or other organs Lt often happens that a person is born with a weak heart Then again dis ease fevers overexertion 1 anxiety nervousness I rheumatism etc weaken L the heart The result is 5 shortness of breath pal heartIt I I f I lgoodlt ful that I began taking this medicine r othersIf mfriI York 51Yeevllle ew drugoltt tells Dr Mlles Hearta Curt and we authorize him to return I price of first bottle only If It falls youlli Co Elkhart Ind o CURES tIoEuMATIs IIIBO SCIATiCa iIRLOIA sod- KIDNEY TROUBLE Ksl oousmittier dlacldseblch direct causes or these dbeuea- egternallr 1t aQords almost In I a 5ttwirelief from Dafnwhllea t ermacent- L t errs Ie being elected the 1qeop dlsanlrlnlt the tlols0bous stab r I ioliodremorlogfttromtbespstearD t ii e1fP wton ar wrItt tt lekat ale + waeer fur a numbsof ra VI red namanm la a4- b4odWd sIl tba tmdln mlru4- gt mOllI1 warb and silo eonalts 1tt bcIDbtaUOUDd d- jqnpcAn Iii tenet obUlDt4 from t II bltlmlplaotk57 t kuvWattaoabd s I Z t H Jj FREETea111 8ldner Trouble or ant kin t eWJltetousroratrlllbotleetJoDllOPS yDROP3 eon be used am length of- haPltWlewlthontaoanaln ft drug IIKlaeadmtrrneof orlam COC1IICI0 a lIldaaum pad otbcr similar f sj 1Iettl I5oDROPIe ntu I1alsas lrBNaynrgg- lar I 7reetealZtAn M 1 to h j lr a BBN MURPHY DEALER IN t GENERAL STORES l KYle Offers the citizens in and around tide chtbe best line of goods ever seen In this t lction at the price A big round t dollar spent with him will bring you mortiareturn than it would anywhere Country produce and railroad ties taken In ex bcPea for goods and your patron y age is reipectfully solicited Until your yrem him you will never know how 1cJt 1 ucan save XLLTHECOUCHp LCURE THE LUNGS Dr Kings I e Discovery y r M a- TW eFee LUNBTA9UalES- ii uDUAOTO T a mnsaQar osnL- 0 r L0 L04i4i4iHOUSE tf Jtzl Croon K- yrLDAY reprietorp- In entdckyaptl nd- i A eel aoI fxK r iLl UKTUCKT KERNELS Carefully Collated and Concisely Chronicled Due to an old grudge Fred Field shot and killed Logan Frnzier near Olive Hill I IAlbert Allen and Charles C Fox ex TohllIcourt attacking tho rOIl tltlltlollnllt of the inheritance tax laII A stuck lutru at Ehl1llIlurf Glrel urr Islington the property tlf Imiic IB Haggin together with 33 bruod IIII rIllI and 11 foals Will destroyed by an ineen diary fire one night last week- Night riders have committed so many atrocious outrages in Cnlloway county that the county judge asked for troops and now a company of cavalry patroll every road all through the night Because his sweetheart Miss Laura I Nettiner aged 17 took medicine to stop l the toothache Harry Renshaw aged 1JlI shot himself and is at the point of death at the city hospital in Louisville G W Hollon has filed suit in Tuck son against County Clerk Hurst charg ing that Hurst issued a marriage license to Eva Hollon his lfi year old daughter and Bud Dunn without his consent Ietholdistto leave its foundation and be washed away It was found half a mile below safely landed in the middle of the pike Jhe friends of Hiram Hedge who was recently killed by night riders near Carlisle are raising mouey to pay oft the mortgage on his farm and educate his children Over 200 have thus far been raised Miss Cora Evans who was living at the home of K A Thompson in Man Chester drowned herself the other day She left n letter stating that she had I been falsely accused of some offense by her father One man killed and another fatally wounded is the result ofII row at a church meeting in Letcher county Hall Jr was killed by Uinfred DickII and the latter is said to have been fatally wounded Ben T Head who recently resigned as vice president of the Lexington Banking and Trust Co has been elected vice president of the Citizens Savings Dank at Birmingham Ala andwill nssnme his new duties about May 1 Late Saturday afternoon four prisoners made their escape from the Georgetown jail by digging the bricks from under a window with a weight taken from the window casing The hole was barely large enough to admit the body The old edifice in which the Louisville Presbytery was fostered and which stands to the rear of the new Prevbyte rian churchwas recently sold at auction for 41275 It will be torn down dndi the material used for other purposes Charles Callahan the 14yearold son of Peter Callahan of Louisville disap pearcd from home recently and a few days after his lifeless body was found alongside the railroad tracks near Me Henry nearly 100 miles from Louisville Rev M F Ham a Kentucky evangelII Ut who incurred the enmity of some of the people of New Orleans where heII IITrackIII fic a threatening ing him to leave the city He left Vhila looting the residence of McKinney Haddon near Indian Fieldb Clifton Brooks a negro ex convict who had been released from the Frankfort I penitentiary only the day before was caught in the act and turned over to the deputy sheriff who lodged him in the Winchester jail Rev George 0 Barnes the noted evangelist died at his home in Sanibel Island Fla Saturday at the age of SO years He preached througout the moun iI tain districts of Eastern Kentuckywhere 1 he was well known and did much good in lessening the feuds He was reared in Boyle countyICharles Riley Grannan the noted race horse plunger and bookmaker died FOR RHEUMATISM DISTRESS IN STOMACH SLEEPLESSNESS j AtI i i theWaist after a short illness of pneumonia in Rawhide Nev He was born in Paris where his aged mother now lives thirty eight year igo UP was one of the widest known turfmen in the country and began his career as bookmaker when only twelve years old Night riders got in their work in n small way near Winchester last Friday night Telephone wires were cut and three tobacco beds on the L C Gay farm five miles west of Winchester oc cupled by Aquilla Thomas were com pletely destroyed A fourth tobacco bed the largest on the place was over lookedAt ceremony of laying the cornerstone of the Sayre Female Institute dormitory in Lexington Saturday Past Master John G Cramer of Lexington lodge No 1 acting Grand Master wore the Masonic Apron worn by Patrick Henry in Virginia lie wore the same apron at the laying of the cornerstone of the Fayette county court house twelve years ago He prizes the relic very high Ily and expects to donate it to the mu scum of the Grand Lodge of Kentucky some time Death Was On His Heels Jesse P Morris of SkippersYa- had a close call in the spring of HOi He says An attack of pneu monia left me so weak aud with such a fearful cough that friends declared consumption hnd me and death was on my heels Then 1 was persuaded to try Dr Kings Nw Discovoryy It helped me immediately and after taking two and a j halt bottles I was a well man again I found out that New Discoyery is the best remedy for coughs and lung diseases in tho world Sold I under guarantee at all dealers 5CI nod 100 Trial bottle free i The Kentucky night riders aroj looking for new states to conquer i andare threatening Cincinnati says the Philadelphia Press If I they begin to operate outside Kentucky they must expect to ofII it different They undoubtedly i would This jouinnl has no de sire for bloodshed The night- riders should select a time for I their raid when the Ohio river is j at drowning stage Then the po lice could dispose of their enterprise I by throwing the riders and their horses from the suspension bridge Cincinnati Enquirer A TwentyYear Sentence 1I have just completed 20year I health sentence imposed by Buck tens Arnica Salve which cured m- of bleeding piles just twenty years ago writes 0 S Woolever of aysville N Y Bucklens LeII salve heals the worst sores nirns wounds and cuts in shortest I time tot at all deale- rsGEORGE RIC- EUNDERTAKER I HAZEL GREEX KY j I have several fine Coffins in my hop and am prepared to make I lilY style to order und on the easonable terms I also moetII A Handsome Hearse ind will attend all burials when eo respectfully requested solicited Public patronnge isI 25tf GEO RICE s 1 ti 6 P Pains at the waist back front or side are nearly sure proof of female trouble Some other signs are headache pressing down pains irregular functions restlessll ness cold limbs nervousness etc These pains may be allayed the system braced and the womanly functions regulated by the use of Wine of CarduiMrs Annie Hamilton of Stetsonville Wis writes Cardui saved me from the grave after three 3 doctors had failed to help me It is a good medicine and I recommend it to all suffering women For sale at all druggists in 1 bottles WrltttoJiy for a frn copy of vtluibleMpaie Illustrated Book for Women Ifyounred Medical M WRITE US A LETTER 1 ifLaJlest Who Will Be I PresidentThis anti every man must read to I keep posted on politics The I 11III Henry Wntterson Editor Is a Democratic Newspaper lint it prints the news as it develops One dollar a year is the price of the Quiie iSta iI Rut you can get that paper I and the- Hazel Green Herald i I Both One Year For 150 only If you will give or send your order to this paper NOT to The Courier i Daily Courier Journal 600 a Year Sunday CourierJournal 200 a Year NVe can give you a combi nation cut rate on these if you will write this paper Tile WinotBstOfffSaIIY WINCHESTER KY X N H WiTHEnsrooN President I Paid Up Capital i 810000000 y Undivided Profits i 11000000 f Ilnndiome Deposit ofItt over ii i S300000no This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and bus J mess men generallythroughoutEast x ern Kentucky and offers its custom era every facility and the most libela terms within the limits of legitimate banking loct2ly ooooa + WJ HENRYSIirndquarter OIJ Ky- BKlBKSEXTlNU THE JOSEPH G REED COI Wholesale Dry Hoods and Notions PORTSMOUTH OHIOISolicits the trade of the merchants of Eastern Kentucky and guarantees price ami quality ol goods Hold orders for him n n n it f j Term 1 17th 1 Special attention will be given to teachers who wish to review all the Common Branches in propnration for Spring Examinations r The COlIlSES OF STlDY havo been revised so as to afford the i best advantages possible for young men and women who desire to better f prepare themselves for teaching or wish to prepare for the or tho STATE DIPLOMA Tho ACADEMIC COURSE well equips the student for the SOPH f OMORE YEAR in College Thu Faculty is composed of Nine Teachers Careful attention is given to each student l TUITION IS I Incidental Fee of 500 is charged for tho term Board with Heat and Light 200 per week Furnished Rooms i Write for Catalogues M 01 CARTERI J DERTHICK Principal H F PIERATT President E F CECIL Vice Presnt MARION KNIGHT Cashier 0S G SAMPLE Attorney i ratitat Itaclt 3 1 OOOOO libDIRECTORS ff I Farmers t Liberal mapIB 9 announce to the ladies of town and surroundingvicinity that they now have in stock their new and fresh ana Having spent several days in one ofII the most fashionable wholesale mil linery in the of Louisville they feel amply able to please the most fastidious tastes won in extremest eases They also have a select line of r DRMILESAATIPAIN PILLS NEURALGIASCIATICA BACKACHEPAIN Weekly HeFORjj HAZELGREEN ACADEMYf Spring Opens March 1908V SfATEtCERTIFICATE REEIFreeiSecyTreaslH itl in liilL iliiii KAsnIi Misses ana TIOU spill Bmjr piiw emporiums metropolis LADIES FURNISHING GOODS such as Collars Belts Cloves Etc f rIu addition to tho Millinery Business vn have a DRESS MAKING DEPARTMENT to which we give our customers the best advantage and from our line t + of literature with illustrations the bust styles can be seen and used 4IlkVo are located over Kash Samples Store Call and see our stock for yourself Thanking you for your patronage during the past seas son and hoping to merit its continuance we are respectfully c 1 MAPEL TROY t 9s 7If t HeadacheITry One i m 0 rJwI i r They Relieve Quickly bad PainlI tfllt 25 Doses I 25 Cents Never Sold in Bulk fW5- i r ri i u liJr1 f L I