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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w- r ttfi tur 1if 1f tj 1 + Gt r r o r J t aBEEN C 0 Established JIaroh 4 1884 Made Famous In the Story of Jonathan and His Continent bjr Max ORell 0 8PENOER Ownor nnd OOOFKR dit cr11l1eOldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and MostQ ot8dPpein the Kentucky Mountains 100 aYwIt f n war i TWENTYTHIRD YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APR iJG108 NTbMB38e I H lexlegfon end Eastern HaNway TinI Table in Effect Noyiaa 19Q6 WEST BOUND No1 lie NO 3 Dally es STATIONS Dallyand Sunday I 11lie SUDd4J AM ArrPMArt 6 l0am 0 JackloD 0 2 20 pre 6 15pm OAK Junction I 2 26 pa 7 01 am 20 B ttTTeJo20 3 20 pin 7 30 am 40 Torrent 40 8 41 pq 7 45 am 44 Nat Bridge 44 3 65 Pm 7 4a am Campton Juntn I I 3 57 pm 8 15 am 67 Stanton 67 4 26 pD- 825am 62Clay City 62 t 35 pa 9 00 air 70 LEJunoD 70 b 07 pm 912 am 90 Wlaohester 90 6 20 vm 9 55 am 94 Lexington 94 006pm EAST BOUND jj Dilly No2 ex ENo4STATIONS I Dailyand SundaySunday I I PM LveAMLyeI 3 2 3 25 25 10 pm pm pm 20 0 VIDchester120I 8 7 8 26 35 13 pm am am 4 00 pm 40 0 02 am 4 10 pm 44 StantoDII44 9 10 am 4 40 pm Campton Juntn 38 pm 4 45 pm 57 Nat Bridge 6719 43 am 4 67 pm 62 Torrent 62 60 am 618 pm 70 BeattyveJO am 6 10 pm 90 OKJancn 7011017 am 8 15 pm 94 Jaokson am CONNECTIONS L A E JCHCTION Trains Noi 12 and 3 will make connection with the CaOLy for Mt Sterling NOl 1 2 CAMPTON JUNCTION Trains i Sand 4 donned with the Mountain Central I By tor Pine RideUNCTIONTralna end Camptonj- IEATTTVLLE NOL2 and 4 will make connection atBeattyville with the L and A Railway for passengers to and from BeaUyvllle O d K JUNCTIONTrains Nos 3 and 4 connect with the O A K Railway for local itallont on the O A K Railway- W A MoDOWELL General Manager OHASSCOTTOenPai Agent OHIO KENTUCKY RAILWAY Time Table May 21 1906 o WEST BOUND No 33 IK lie No21 Day ex = STATIONS g Daily ex Sunday I I Bnncay I PM ABB 0 27 PMABB J 5 20 6 Cannel City 22 12 35 a 4 65 11 Helcbaw 20 12 IB S 45 18 Lee City 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 3 62 22 Wilhunt 6 11 44 3 10 27 OAK Junction 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND No34 kNo22Daily ex n STATIONS n Daily ex Sunday I r Sunay 0 AlfLVE P M LYE 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 7 33 21 Helecbawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hampton 13 1 44 8 37 10 Wilhunt 20 1 61 025 1 OK Junction 22 225 I 9 30 0 Jaokion 27 2 30 Noa21 and 22 will make claw connectioi ltQj at 04 K Junction with Noi 3 and 4 for point pa the Lexington and Eastern Rail r l Ray1I L CONLEY Superintendent mountain O1i1e anroad 1 No 2 t tNo ARRIVE 00 a moo Campion 11 30 am 200 p mCampton 000pm L No2 No1 ARRIVE DEPART 7 80 amCampn JunclO 05 am 3 80 pmCampn Juno 4 40 pm The Mountain Central makes connection with all L de E passenger train- sFARM FOR SALE iIoffer for sale my farm of 100 acres lying 1 i miles east of Hazel Green Small dwelling outhouses and good well Terms reasonable Call on or address I II 4 y rHC LACY T r i Pine Ridge Ky dDR 0 H WILLIAMS r rTBIGIAN AND SURGEON- HAZfifc QREEN KYo Oftu hli prbftitlonal cervices to the clttlMOO of Hw l Oreen and inrronnding eonD t Bed tvNlieeuaralheehaof eMla- tlon4r4olal5Rfete1 l 1 1 i 3 r ta s- a I COUNTY NEWS il Looal Items ofgeneral interest to a rfrajoxity of our readers eslleci ally iliaJJtl1ie1flIs Cam QIMBNCY Hon A Q Ollvar fc in Frankfort on buameu Mrs 0 G Curry of Jackson is visiting relatives in and near town this week JH Stan per Jr wont to Rich taond Friday on business return in SaturdayH a d wife who have been in Mississippi fot some time returned Saturday at noon Charley Comba and Yolney Mur phy were calling au their best girls at Clay City Saturday and SundayW Duff baa moved to hia new rcotfence on Plummer street it being the house recently vacated by Kelley Fnlks Fiscal court was iin session hero Tuesday Wednesday and Thurs day of last week and many pub lic matters were attended to D 0 Miller Jr ia this week moving to his new home at Camp ton He comes from Hazel Green where he has been in the meroan tile business Uncle William Taulbee residing about ono mile north of Campion died at his home Friday night and was buried on Holly creek by the Masons Saturday The following marriago licences have been issued since our last letter H C Rose of Leo City to Miss Lou Dora Sebastian of Days boro j Osa Campbell to Susie Bel lamyThe quarterly meeting was con ducted at the Methodist oharch Saturday and Sunday by Presiding Eider Southgate of Lexington He preached some forceful serm ons while hero The outlook in the oil field is not very encouraging Beokett tL Co drilled in a dry wU on the Sy Cable farm thia week j also the John H Morgan Co ono on Bear Pen this week The following are the registers at Central Hotel since last wee Bruce Rose and A A Duff Lee City J T Sims Lexington P IL Center Hazel Green Herman Snyder Wakefield j C R Cox of Olive Hill April 14 S S LACY CREEK LINKS crJ P Rose went to Heleohewa on business Saturday Born to the wire of Enoch Bush on Bluebalk a 141b boy Misses Nancy and Dorcas Bar ker visited Boone Combs and wife last week Mrs J P Rose was at Hazel Green on a shopping oxpodition Saturday 00 Rose of Snowdenville was here Saturday and Sunday with home folks Charlie Hiley of Clay City has accepted a position as from n pf Snowdenville mill W G Minton of SnowdenviUp moved to Captain Hursts place on Stillwater last week S S Combs of Richmond wad- a guest of J P Rose and famjjy Wednesday and Thursday Miss Madge Rose who has been sicki for some hoist we are glad to note ii injprovnf 1itthip writiog f i 1cl 4K 1 t i1V+ iiti l o fI 1It II + TO CORHESPOHDEHTSMail your Items early 10 they will reach our office eveningMondayIrnot be published unless of unusual im portnc Advertise no ones business and write on one aide of the paper only the misfortune of losing a fine worksteer Thursday The writer failed to obtain the facts of the caseL E Smith says that farming is o k and claims that he is up in- hg on the trick I presume that Curt Rose has taught him the business porfeotIMiss Lulu Rose was the happy recipient of a fine straw hat im ported from Snowdenville It is tho latest Paris novelty and be cornea the wearer handsomely The gift was from Mrs Lillie Smith The writer was informed that a cake cutting came off at tho home of Jeff Cruoy last Saturday night There was a silver quarter imbed ded somewhere in the cake It was sold at ten cents a slice but we failed to hear who got the prize Loot Thursday John 11 Rose moved his mill from J B Elkina to Porter Laoys farm where they will saw timber for a while Seven yoke of cattle yanked the apparatus through ditches and mudholos but finally landed it safe and soundApril 13 ROSE There was church at the John son school houseJWedneaday night Mrs Southey Lacy is the proud owner of about 75 young chickens A Sunday school was organized at the Johuson school house Sun day J B Hollou was at Campton Tuesday and Wednesday on busi nessMr and Mrs S R Perkins weie guests of J B Hollon and family Sunday Ivji the littlel daughter of Mr and Mrs J B Hollon is visiting the family of S R Perkins this weekMiss Ethel Tutt of Goeneyville accompanied by her brother Ral eigh were visiting on our crook Saturday and Sunday The following were guests of Uncle George Byrd and family Sunday Misses Ethel Tutt Lena Hollon and Qraoe Williams j Ral eigh Tutt and Russell and Beck han Hollon There tgaa a social at the home of Mr and Mrs Asberry James Saturday night Those present were Misses Ethel Tutt Zerilda Perkins Mallie Byrd Lula and Rosa Perkins and Lennie Hollon j Messrs Raleigh Tut Curtis Byrd and Bascom Perkins All report a good time- Apri118 VIOLET STILLWATER SPARKLES 0Hilliard Moore is very low with consumption We will haye another wending to report soon- Granville Mpore palled to sea J A Rose on business Monday Jimmy Brown paid Jeff Brewer 8150 for a bay mare the 6th inut Olay Brown is going to start for Oklahoma shortly with a view of locating Miss Ollie Swango visited her thebridgeLnJa Beaslay died at her home on Red river Thursday of last week of consumption 8 S Cfouibs of Richmond vis RobtJ1tosefrom Dr 0 H Kwb ofaansptonAt p t Ij1 Sunday and dined with S H Rose and family Jimmy Brown of Gosnoyville on county court day at Campton sold a pair of mules to Fred Stam per for 325 On account of so much rain the farmers are much behind with their work especially those who are sowing oats and grass drivinghisweek for his brotherinlaw H pictures Joseph A Rose who has been running a blacksmith shop at the bridge for the past four years has closed out his business Forest Bailey will continuo at the same standD B Tyra received a letter from Jeff D Rose of Weedman Ill in which he stated that he had sown 300 bushels of oats and that the green fields of pasture were beauti ful to see- Floyd Moore who killed his cousin Edgar Moore last week was discharged from custody the evidence at the examining trial having shown the shooting to be accidental April 13 DOMINGO LANDSAW LACONICS o CamptonSaturday Miss Ollie Swango accompanied by little Emma was at Landsaw SaturdayJohn Murphy a merchant at placeMonday Arthur Kash came over from school and stayed with home folks from Saturday until Mondav The farmers of this section are much behind with their work on account of so much wet weather The damage suit which has been pending between W H Taylor and Taylor Hatton was settled by arbitrationGeneral Dalton one of Land saws uptodate young men seems to have an attraction of some kind on Holly as he visits there almost every Sunday Misses Zuda and Carrie Chambers accompanied by Lula Eaton Nellie Tredaway Flora Borders and Mattie Rose from H G A visited the Misses Chambers par ents from Saturday antil Monday There was a candy social at W H Chambers Sunday night at which the young folks had an en joyable time The social was in honor of the young ladies who came from H G A with Misses Carrie and Zuda Rev Henry Taylor preached an interesting sermon at this place Sunday He is the pastor of the church organization here known as Christs church Rev Robert Madden preached at Mur phy school house the same day Ho is pastor of the Baptist church April 13 ANON SANDFIELD SIFTINGS o J J Catrou made a business trip to Hazel Green Saturday Willie Catron had the misfor tune of getting dog bit Sunday Mrs Rilda Oldfield spent Sun day evening with Mrs E J Cat ronEdgar McNabb was seen going in the direction of Maytown Sun day Buford Murphy ref Murphy fork was entertained by his best girl SundayRollie Stamper and Willie Cat ron spent Saturday night with Ray McNabb Henry Stamper of Maytown was the guest of his brother D B Stamper Sunday Lizzie Wells and Emma Sample of H G A spent from Saturday until Monday with Maude McNabb A number of young folks spent Sunday evening at the home of Maude MoNobb Among them were Misses Ninnie Motley AI vie Mannin Emma Sample Lizzie Wells Kate Swango Belle Mc Nabb and Nancy Catron Messrs Lenix Swango Byrd MoNabb and Buford and Carl Murphy April 18 WILD BOBBY jfob soribi t19Jr HOcUnfk ft ftfjNW i GRASSY G4B 0Su- nday school was organized at the Baptist church Sunday last J F Gevedon and James H Mo Clure have completed a lot of paper hanging for Leo Caskey Services were conducted at the Methodist church Sunday by Rev Wilson pastor for this district Robert McClure has moved from his fathers property on the publio road to another house on the farm Theo Gevedon died since our last writing and was interred in the cemetery near the Baptist churchR C and Estill Gevedon re turned Sunday from the Calaboose where they had been visiting Isom Byrd and family Sam Amyx made us all pay our school tax Saturday Wo heard of some kicking but they cant kick anything but the wall Arthur Rose and his brother Fonso went down the river on a yetTheyThe following named persons are reported an being sick Mrs G V Lykins Mrs J M Lykins Mrs Louva Day and Miss Beulah McClureDr C Gevedon is having a nice walk put down in his front yard which adds much to the beauty of the surroundings His uncle W G Gevodon is doing the work enlarginghiseats any more than he used to but Claude has returned from school at Hazel Green and possibly he thinks his son has been partaking of the fats of Hazel Green so long that his appetite has grown strongerAsa gave some of the boys a scare when he returned from West Liberty with a lot of IospectedhiBhaving caught some in the trap while others took the hint and the last ve saw of them they were searching for II eller timber April Douvo SMEH SINGSONG 0N P Chaney left thin week for Pike county on a trading expedi tion Berlin Graham had the misfor breakhisArthur Graham who left school on account of illness is slowly im provingUncle Josh savs its time Si was taking the bicycle fever again for QARmoreMoody Chacey andJ Goff Long students of H G A visited Sajem returningMondaMondayMrr Osce Long and family re theyhavethree weeks May Nickell and Martha Ras nick accompanied by Mae Will iams Maude Killgore and Blanche Whitmer students of H G A paid Salem a pleasant visit from Saturday until Monday Come again girls April 13 ORIOLE HATTOWN MISSIVES 0Born on the Gtii to the wife of Lum Pieratt a boy L T Bolen of Jackson made our town a short visit last week Dr S G Spradling and family and J W Ratliff and wife were guests of John Neff and wife Sun day Mrs Rebecca Swango and daughter Kate left Monday for Hamil ton Ohio where they will locate for a time Dr S G Spradling and family have returned from Middlotpwn Ohio and expect to locate in May town again We extend to them a cordial welcome Jeff Day of Bushton Ill j John Day of MoOansey and Frank Day of Mt Sterling wore called to the bedside of their mother Mrs An na Day who is critically ill at the home of her youngest lon B A Day dl M var1r= o i I t1 II 1 t I r t = L lLu u 1 i 1Y0R P1R FQ L 5 WJohnJ i Mrs John Roes of Clifty is vii iting her son Davy Rose Jeff Elam awappad a mule for a JSJethroThursday on the lookout for aloud of cornBuford Murphy made tug ta McCansey Thursday after a new saddleUncle Harry Murphy jojd tjfp calves to Clay Murphy for ff hflt Monday John D Henry of GreaaypuJchased a cow from Garb FiettThursday Undo Harry Murphy syrapajd WtThursday r mgtalledllshousekeeper teHarryJeff Elam made a trip down the river during the recent tide fcfljfo ing to take logs Jeff Vancleaveand CabinilQ1 of Flatwooda visited Jeff Elam and wife Thursday au4ysondrewl An 2Cpe Lee Oldfield Sunday tkeopghthisnice hogs for M Sterlhig Fred Hurt of liicsnbricr vi ltted his mother MM KanjiiaJgjst Wednesday and Thuta4py fI1CtionwalonloadTaylor Brown of the Calfifcopie r was in thisvioinit visited hia brother LutlroMn Harvey and Cola parentsClbI Y der visited their Noble and wife on Red river last xr Thursday Floyd Murphy qud wife PMRod olitetofather near Ezel Born to the wife of Bone iiresrnTht lrsdataboyw o d d r i + flapie raapid vzai 1m4fri Kt A iiu 1Mrsdren of Pekin thisw9flkIi t lreu 1 The citizens of Murphy Fork l were amused attha WqJtfa Mty Bupeintell4Dllt W ere1 r In staking his political claim ha crossed oyor ifeto ttprgiriln if M zeal anti when tpitbajyd + invaded foreign toxzitosy he ko etlelueiyoapall by bwpiaj a tibeoatIloking April 18 Tyij IHIt 0lthDingJ W lpiley old p1tq Win ff- Bailey STaoktMtQ F John Bailey bong t coy fWm rMri t 3urday i dayCl rk Logan apd George CraneWW have just returned from ft ejwhere they have been visiting their sister Mrs Henry Hammond Rev Daniel Martin Deboard preached Sunday at e Diftwct eokoolhousomen to work in the tanliarWoods near Cannel City Hnrrahl for TUE HERALD larger iu wmboBecause s teLItWhen everybody Jpnowa iltlpa3are beetIttottylkOrItls a donsua JUIItoThat IIs the reason 1 cajl it divine April 1C DInE CkaMed lit Laoatiog Stockton Gal Mar 1186 CrDei AW to I4cQoudof717 IC Maioi tTo llt t C9F rr Yonia +Ale Uldl1 QhQr11 JIf1f f 1 f 1 J or in mijt t 1 9 It 1 I i to RAU1 1tkeIlaeelOreenlosttqht t eaipecondclRMtnnttcr EditorII SPENCER OPER o HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY April 10 1905 j ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR CONGRESS I I are authorized to an LlNGLEYVe JOHN W LANG LAY of Floyd county as a candidate t for Representative In dongress from the Tenth Congressional district subject Ito the action of the Republican party o FOR CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE are authorized to an J1OURLEYWe Judge G W Gour ley of Beatty ville as a candidate lor Circuit Judge of this the 23rd Judicial District subject to the action of the Re publican party FOR COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY are authorized to arISTAMPERWeI A H Stamper of Campton as a candidate for Common 1wealthsAttorney of the 23rd Judicial District to fill the unexpired term subject to the action of the Democratic party are authorized to announce VSHWe Kasb of Jackson as a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney for the 23rd Judicial District subject ito the action of the Republican party 0t FOR COUNTY JUDGE r1 CUrillhn We are authorized to nn ftnounce J bL Bud SWAT GO as a candidate for the office of Cou tI Judge of Wolfe county subject ito- the action of the Democratic party 0FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK f UIlOrNWeareIM authorized to annoui J Linden of Gillmor as a candidate for the office of Circu Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to 1 the Democratic primary at FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK are authorized to announce TUrrWeI S Ttrrr as a candidate for the office of County Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Dei ocratio party FOR SHERIFFI I SMliiiWe are authorized to announ I HMITH as a candidate fm the office of Sheriff of Wolfe county j subject to the action of the Democrat t1 par FOR JAILER Mt DYERWeareautborizedI candidateJOI- the to announ office of Jailer ofJUAfc County su1 jectto the action trie Democratic party FOR ASSESSOR i We are authorized to annoum TYRA i D B Tyra of Stillwater as 8 candidate for Assessor of Wolfe count subject to the Democratic primary o Republican Convention Pursuant to a call and authority iin me vested the Republicans of Wolf county are hereby ordered to meet in Mass Convention at the court house iin the town of Campton Ky on Saturday April 25 1908 at 1 oclock p m fat l a the purpose of selecting delegates to attend the Tenth Congressional District convention at Winchester Ky Tues day May 5 1908 for the purpose of et lecting two delegates and swo alternate delegates from said Congressional district to attend the Republican Nations convention at Chicago III June 1C 1908 for the purpose of nominating Republican candidates for President and Vice President j also for the purpose of selecting delegates to attend the ReputJ rrJlcan state convention at Louisville KY H May 6 1908 for the purpose of selecting fourdelegatea from the stateat large to attend the said Republican national convention at Chicago June 16 1908 Given under my hand as Cbairmrn IIf theRepublican Executive committee of Wolfe county this April 10 1908 GEO W LOVELACE UNDER tho heading of announco ments in this issue of THE HERALI rr will be found that of Hon John W Langley our present representative in congress who seeks re election at the hands of the Re publican party to which organiza- tionyw he has always belonged and of which he is an honored mem her John Langley as he is fa miliarly spoken of by his friends has such an extensive acquaintance y in the Tenth Congressional dis trict that an introduction at our t 4 hands seems superfluous But it + s duty to him as a patron of our 4 columns and as a citizen we wish to remind the voters of the dis trice that he is probably better equipped for the position ho holds cthanany man who has preceded I 0 jlt JieflarilleBfl of politicalt prpplivitifc a + 1 li he h beep ju oliciaJ mWaJh- l j c J4 i7 L ingtonsolong thatbeknowa all the ropes to pull when he need anything for his constituents and withal he is so popular with the powers that bo that ho generally gets all that ho goes after From i political standpoint we should prefer a Democrat for the position his holding but if a Republican ii isII to represent us then we aro furII Mr Langley and we believe are many other Democrats who share our view of the matter With this brief introduction we submit his claims to the Repub lican party knowing they will he proud to do him honor WITH this issue appears the an nouncement of J M Swango If Stillwater who is an aspirant for the office of County Judge of Wolf County and submits his claims to the action of the Democratic pri mary Bud Swango as he is spoken of by his friends is a man of good hard common horse sense and while he may be lacking iin legal lore he would come as non doing justice to each and ever litigant as any marl of whom we can now think He is a Democrat of the old school believes in the tenets of his party and has always been a worker for the success of its candidates He has a host of relatives in this county and while they will materially aid him in ia primary election he is of such a sterling integrity that we do not believe they could sway him in his judgment in a case were he elect ed Bud is an honest man and iit could be well said were he probat judge he is a just judge With this brief introduction we leave him to the consideration of his constituents WHEN Hon John W Langle first appeared in the political arena ho made a speech at Preston burg the county seat of Floy county and located on Big Sand Rivera town where very man are said to be not yet reconstruct ed He was hissed catcalled and groaned at until in desperation he threw up both hands and begge the attention of the audience for a brief minute or two Silenc was jit once accorded him when he remarked Fronn my early childhood I have heard this court hour square called I hells halfacre The river has so encroached on the domain that the halfacre is well nigh extinct but I am here to say that hell still holds sway He was speaking in front of the court house and the river had washei away all but a few feet of the yard at the back Recognising this and the triteness of his remarks the hisses were changed to hurrahs and ever since Mr Langley hai been a factor in Floyd county where regardless of political pro clivities the people are proud to do him honor eA XI 0nIA ZBoUghtButve The Best in Kentucky This reputation has been estab lished by the Louisville Herald ii printing all the news all the time During this a presidential year you want a metropolitan dailj newspaper and you can best satisfy that want by ordering the Herald in connection with THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD The Heralds staff correspondents scat tered throughout the state and its source of news throughout the country especially in Washington D C enables it to give full and accurate reports of the conditions as they develop We have special clubbing arrangements with them and can save you money See or write us not the Louisville Herald Sunday and Daily Louisyille Herald und THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD for only 325 Surer Aluminum Jelly Moulds Free Individually Moulded Desserts are now considered the proper thing The moulds are hard to get outside the largo cities but seri of JELLO The DalntrDellert can get them absolutely each package eipUInlntr and illustrating the dif erentwttenu JELLOIsfoldbynlJgood rmrt at toe per package Po sot M ept ghrt4fe ut7op 1lb dfeappotytel tr saw r Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollar Reward for any case of Catarrh that connot bo cured by Halls Ca tnrrh Cure F J OHEMRY Co Props Toledo 0 We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 yeart and believe him perfectly Honor able in all business transaction financially able to carry out an obligations made by his firm WALDINO KINNAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in tornally acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75 cents per bottlo Sold b- alldruggistsTake Family Pills for con tipatiou Dr A C Nickell tells us he wil be compelled to break up housekeeping owing to his wifes failing health and offers his house garden barn and a fine well of water for rent This is a nice little horn that some one may rent It a bar gain by applying to him at once in time for garden tf Commissioners Sale Wolfe Circuit Court Kentucky IL N Horton Guardian Plaintiff against Polly A Miller and Alfred Miller Defendants By VIRTUE of a Judgment and Or of Sale of the Wolfe Circus Court rendered at its January term 1108 in the above cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the court house door in Campton to the highest bidder It Public Auction on MONDAY the 4th DAY OF MAY 1908 at one oclock p m or thereabout being Countv Court day upon a credit of six months the following described prop erty towit A oneseventh 17 interest of the defendants Polly A Miller and Alfred Miller in and to the following real es parcellandthe of waters of Upper Devils Creek begin ning at the mouth of Bear Pen Branch on Upper Devils Creek thence up sal branch S 60 E 36 po to a stake on Dev ils Creek N 88 E 10 po to a stake N 6 E 32 po to a stake N 20 W 18 po to a stake N 52 E 44 po to a stake N 15 W 20 po to a stake N 34 E 25 po to a stake N 45 E 14 po to a stoke N 62 E 34 pj to astake N 12 o to a stake N 50 E 10 po to a stakeN 17 E 18 po to n stake S 88 E 18 po to a stake N 25 W 12 po to a stake N 46 E 10 po to a stab at the mouth of Bid Branch thence with said branch N 25 E 24 po to a stake at the mouth of a small drain thence up said drain N 70 W 40 to a stake N 25 W 25 po to a stake in the mouthof ia small drain N 83 W 32 po to a B O Nj 2 W 44 po to a stake N f E 36 po to stake N 43 E 23 po to a stake N 4 E II1 po to a stale N 23 E 7to to a stake N 3 E 8 po to a white oak N 43 W 20 toa chestnut N 17 W 26 po to a stake N 31 W Bpotoa Hickory N 76 W 18 po to a Chestnut Oak S 52 E 14 po to a Hickory S 8 W 56 po to a Chestnut ES 35 W 25 po to a stake 8 II W 18 po to a stake S 3 E 32 po to a stake S 55 W 8 po to a Chestnut Oak Wm White corner S 8 E 27 po to a black oak S 84 W 24 po to a Black Oak 8 10 E 22 po to a White Oak S 1 E 22 po to White Oak S 3 E 32 po to White Oak S 8 1 E 28 po to Pine 8 9 K 18 po to stake IS 12 E 16 po to White Oak S 10 E 24 pi to White Oak S 87 E 16 po to a White Oak on top of the ridge thence with said ridge 8 14 E 20 po to a White Oak S 16 E 41 po to a White Oak 822 W2l po to two Pines S 9 E 26 po to a Chest nut Oak 8 68 W 24 po to the beginning containing two hundred and sixty 260 acresFor the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute bond payable to the Master Commissioner bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of A judgment Bid ders will be prepared to comply promptly with these term E T ROSE Master Commissioner W 00 Commissioners Sale Wolfe Circuit Court Kentucky LI D Spencer Plaintiff against Ed Proffitt Defendant 3Y VIRTUE of a Judgment and Or of Sale of the Wolfe Circuit Court rendered at its September Term 1907 in the above cause for the sum of Fwo Hundred and One and 18100 Dol lars 20118 with interest at the rated six per cent per annum from the 14th lay of February 1906 until paid and 3600 costs herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the court house door in Campton to the highest bidder at Pub- Ic Auction on MONDAY the 4th DAY OF MAT 1908 at oue oclock p m or thereabout being county court day a credit of three months the following described- propert towit A steam saw mill situated on the waters of Lower Devlli creek and upon vhich an attachment was executed during the progress of the above styled suit- Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must xecute bond payable to the Master Comml88ionerbearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effct of a judgment Bid prompt1whh seROSE Ws ttxC w 0tf f IV i illI flP Wantoi We wautlopurohTBe delivered not later than June 1st to our mill on Lacy creek 100000 firstclass 27 23 and 18 inch staves According tc tho provisions of a contract which we made when tim ber was at the highest we can pay you more for rough staves than can be realized for same dressed and delivered to Now York at tho present Any timoII thousand or oven u few hundred will do well to write or call and see the undersignedJ it Sox Plenty of Trouble is caused by stagnation of the liver and bowels To get rid of it aud headache and biliousness and the poison that brings jaundice take Dr Kings New Life Pills the re liable purifiers that do the work without grinding or griping 25p at all dealers Spring Has Come and ycu may see the effect in the increased trade at Murphys store at Helechawn 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 j so does advertising and Ben sells things very low 844 miSS rata lOng THE MILLINER HAZEL GREEN KY r v Invites the ladies of Hazel Green and vicinity to call and inspect the latest creation in Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats Frames Flowers Feathers Ribbons Etc just received from her Cincinnati buyer and embracing latest out Logics dgSkinsi- n Voile Panama and Linen 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 profusion Your patronage is respect fully solicited Respectfully FALAY LONG I QDp you remember as a boy bow delighted you were with your first STEVENS 1 Truly an event at that time Give YOUR BOY a STEVENS now Will add to his happiness and education MAKE A MAN OF YOUR BOYI II I nifrncuMtkUlm Inor I etaseorauae 1tatruroLlJlopofpWI ha rovDnlr will Sad rat WI Ship uarcoapltU upnuynptU 1o parl- rtpr dptrraeNloaCo1ec ales J STEVENS ARMS k TOOL COP O Box toea Chicopee Fans M- mTREES Fruit and Ornamental Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Our Strawberry Plants are moneymakers Try em WRITE FOR FREE CATALOG WE RAVE NO AGENTS H F HILLENMEYER SONS LE C GTONJtVrl r t y 1 It J l i- i t 74 i I ti Collar Label jIIig1igftf9Clothes the man yet have much to do with hisI generalappearance and a good appear ance has about all to do with hisi attain ments You Cant Beat buying tho best to be had at the price IfAnybody who is clotheswise knows that Shield Brand suits are the best made to sell within the range of prices 1000 the lowest 1800 the highest It is your privilege to look them over without cost and you will be clotheswiser whether you buy or not A H ST MPElCA1VIFT N EiY TRY TOUR LUCKI I O OOOO IOooooooOloooooooooooooOOoooooooooooooo0000000000000000000 00 25 in Free Presentsf0101100000000000000010000000000000000000000000000000000000 00001000000010 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 and at 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 prob lem 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 100 a year in advance and every subscriber is entitled to one estimate Old subscribers who pay up arrearages and one year in ad vance are also entitled to one estimate The one who sends in the closest estimate will receive a gold plated watchand 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 J 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 1000plated50American6 50Amerioan 50at50voteDOvoteI BASIN UPON TVIIICn TO MAKE ESTIJ- IIATEIThe total Democratic vote polled in the Congressional el 1 of WOO was 879 and in the Govevnors election of received a total of 899 vOtA- S1oloooooooooooolOoouolOoOOOOOOOOOlOoOIOOOOlI Cut out this I Namefl Jterfill caret Postofficeing andwithE Estimate State I 100mailit MQOMOooQoMooowccioommrwmtttJ to USat OnCe t Sendybnr estimate and your dollar to this office sad we wil ikesie otothsBipgersJyyoari SINNOLR CQOPEL t iII t 3 tj tlt i4 v +ffliBr I Y r- nA 1 JctJ o7Of Ii 11 t r z j mmf 1 mi rct I t 11ii 1Ifrli rct r lrX jif Yft 1 t y ti y r I a J Y RJRti r a y r- eillersJM Freefrom- Alcohole cSince May 1906 Ayers Sar saparilla has been entirely free from alcohol If you are in poor health weak pale nerv ous ask your doctor about talk fInrthis nonalcoholic tonic and t alterative If he has a better medicine take his Get the best always This is our advice WPUbu our rormalu Wo butch olaohi11 A from oar mdlelQM ers W nito doctor you to- ooaultiout A sluggish liver means a coated tongue a bad breath and constipated bowels The question is What is the best thlni to do tlOder SUCD circumstances P Ask your doctor if this is not a good answer Take laxative doses of Ayers Pills 4117 too J 0 Iior Co Low H Mun THE HERALD DRINK WAINSCOTTS POP Born April 10 to the wifo of Butlor Hughes of Pomeroytbn ia girl Sebron Walter Monday bought of E F Cecil a 5yearold horse mule for 100 George Dyer offers for sale a good work horse For particulars and price see him 34tf Ot tIt t Cat cItaBea ttuiliaRind You Haw Alma Bouglit 1116astnres This item was overlooked last week Dr Nickel1 reports the birth of a boy to tho wife of Geo Beas ley Saturday April 4 Mrs A C Nickell who has boon visiting her daughter Mrs Butler Hughes of Pomeroyton returned home one day last woek Tom Lee and wife of Grassy creek were in town Saturday shop ping and purchased three beauti ful hats of Miss Falay Long the millinerCdTORT Dean Hero Alwrs Bet i4 of hectiD C Miller AT moved Monday- to the property he recently bought at Campton and the same day Dr Taylor Center moved into the res idence vacated by Mr Miller Quite a crowd of students from the academy formed merry party and walked to their homes near Salem Saturday afternoon after school and returned Monday Oliver Kash of Campton paid his brother Sam of this place a visit Sunday and Monday night Dr Dan Kash of the same place was the guest of Sam and family I Uncle Jim Little has rented of Mrs Emma Evans the property recently vacated by Dr Taylor Center and with his wife will re move from the farm on Gillmor and occupy it in a few days L t DBTyra of Stillwater is agent for the following mowing ma chines Osborn Champion Me Cormiok Deering or any other and any rake the farmers desire which he will sell at close prices R J MoLin received a dispatch yesterday morning from Rose Hill Va notifying him that his father J B MoLin Sr was worse and accompanied by his fatherinlaw J T Day he left at once to be Bt his bedside On Saturday May 2 at 1 ocloo1 p m the stockholders of the old Hazel Green Fair Association are requested to meet on the New J T D Fair Grounds for the pur pose of organizing a strictly agri cultural fair as an auxiliary to the industrial department of Haze Green Academy A number of young men of thE 4academy among them Prof Clark went to the country Sunday to or ti ganize Sunday schools Daysbor being one of the objective points Young men can exert a great in fluence for good and we are glad to note that those mentioned art r proving the faith tbat u in they s b r their workp 4- 4 r I i Ijo r aItif0ier At the residence of the brides mother Mrs Margaret Onoy nea Hazel Green on Wednesday Apri 16 Alex Duff and Miss Mollii Oney were united in marriage Dr G M Center officiating Imme diately after the ceremony the bridal couple loft for Lee City where they will board at tho Allor House for un indefinite period Tbe groom luting a stranger to the majority of uur readers an intro duotion will not be out of place His parents live in Wisconsin but for two or three years past he has been working in and about Lee City most of the time as a labor er But being industrious and economical he has Accumulated ia good business start He owns a large saw mill which he operates has a fine boundary of timber and a few good teams His morals are above reproach and his businEss integrity indubitable Briefly hi will do to tie to and Mollie iis to be congratulated upon the wisdom of her choice She is known to ia majority of the citizens hereabout and has a host of friends She holds two diplomas and a gold medal from Hazel Green Academy and has beed a successful teacher winning the esteem of both pupils and patrons It appears to be ia happily mated pair and THE HER ALD wishes them a long life of peace and prosperity The Wise Course of a Sano Man J T Day last week deeded his daughter Mrs Lula Kash a lot of 25 acres running from the Fa lay Long millinery around to the old John Pipratt barn and the old racket store building Mrs MoLin gets the old fair grounds field and the storehouse now oc cupied by Cecil Bros Our Man About Town gleaned enough to know that Mr Day is in no wise dissatisfied with Floyd Day as committee or R J McLin as manager of his estate On the other hand he is highly pleased but his object is to administer on his own estate while he is in the flesh and avoid possible litigation The re mainder of his property is held for his daughter Miss Daisy and the revenue meantime for the main tainance of himself and wife It also lessons his cares to so divide things He has also taken in hand his grandson Jesse Taylor Kash and will train him for a business man j RoseSebastian At the residence of the brides parents J H Sebastian and wife of Daysboro on Thursday April 9 Henry Clay Rose and Miss Dora Sebastian were united in the holy bonds of matrimony Rev Frank Pros Wilson tying the nuptial knot The attendants from hero were Misses Mollie Coldiron and Ella Center and Mollie Oney from near town After the ceremony the wedding party repaired to the residence of Welly Rose near Leo City father of the groom whore they were treated to a royal repast The social at the Bicknell home Friday night for the Town Board was a pleasant occasion Fruit was served after which several recita tions and songswere admirably ren dered the hit of the event being a recitation by Miss Susie Long containing several well timed suggestions for the local situation All in all it was a delightful affair and every one present felt that it was a pleasant and profitable hour FOR SALEGas and gasoline engine i 15 h p with gristmill capacity 150 bushels corn a day i engine and mill best quality and in A No1 order i price reasonable Call on or write J M TRENT 85tf Trent Ky IKAKINO THUGS SMOQJH Dont Suit to the Small Anoy- aices That Do More Harm Thai the Big Ones Drop of Oil will Cure Then Have you ever stopped Jto think of how much time and worry and nervous waste not to say real la bor is wasted because there is not enough care for tho little things What home maker has not hone annoyed day after day by a squeaking hinge or a creaking joint that the men were always going to oilI with the oil can brought from the tool house or barn An oil that willonly lubricate but will also prevent rust and make a good pol ishing and cleaning compound should be kept constantly in the house in a small can which can be kept handy for oiling locks clocks door hinges etc besides using for the sewing machine for the boys bicycles for the mens guns and other firearms and all mechanisms requiring a high grade of oil Such oil is the Stevens Odorless Gun Oil made by the J Stevens Arms and Tool Co of Chi copee Falls Mass Where dealers do not have it the makers will send it by mail prepaida 1oz bottle for 10 cents and a 4oz bottle for 25 cents In ordering each size add 5 cents to help pay postage There shoul be a bottle of this smootheroutofdifficultie in every home Did Any Get Away Dr Taylor Center reports the birth of triplet boys to the wife of Hiram Blankenship of Grassyon Monday April 13 1008 The three boys weigh 15J pounds five five and five and a half respectively and are so exactly alike that their own mother can not tell one from the other When the event was announced to Hiram he posted a child at each of the four corners of his yard and instructed them to keep a sharp lookout lest there were others who might get away Nearly fifty attended the social at the home of Mr and Mrs J P Bicknell Friday night The even ing was spout in songs readings recitations and speeches by differ ent ones The ladies presented a petition to the town board asking for street lights uniform side walks enforcement of stock law and an order preventing rubbish from being swept into the streets Fruit and lemonade were served and all left tooling that the social hour was spent in a very pleasant and profitable way R J McLin wife and daughter little Daisy and Miss Daisy Day who were in Cincinnati last week where Mr McLin assisted by his wife and Miss Day bought a spring andsummer stock of goods for the J T Day store returned Tuesday night Owing to a break down on the 0 K they did not get here until nearly midnight Rev Frank Agar with Mrs Agar arrived in Campton Wednesday en route for Maytown Rev Agar preached at the Methodist church Thursday night They left for Bethel for over Sunday and hope to havo Easter services at May town Easter Sunday There was no mail from Hole ohawa Tuesday night owing to a break down on the 0 K and ire have neither Lee City or Neola correspondence Had they been mailed Monday which is always the best they would have been in print Mail on Monday if you can Administrators of K H Mur phy deceased will sell his stock of goods boiler engine saw and grist mill with a lot of corn on tho premises at auction Saturday April 25 See bills advertising it oooooHooooooooooooooooo thinpalei IIt makes them plump rosy active happy 11anddigestedbyALL DAtRtiI8T8r 60of AND 9t00s Mi 4 i iip 7 ti l 4 II iJ ff 1 4 GoalRoads AloatCertain A special to the Cincinnati En quirer from Louisville under data of April 8 says With the passage of the BosworthWyatt bill at the last session of the legislature the proposition of good roads become a possibility in Kentucky No state of the pretensions of this commonwealth in nil the union has such inniicossihln roads am in some cases only a canal of mud binds two important little hill or mountain towns together To got from Middlesboro to llailan in adjoining counties one has to take a railroad train through Vir glumand then scramble on horse back over the most precipitou road in the south to the seat of Ilarlan county The bill provides a constitution amendment to ho voted on at the next legislative election in 1900 It gives each county power to assess 5 per cent of its total valuation for rond repair am building in distinction to the present law which provides only 2 per cont In tho case of Shelby county which now has but 82 500 for its 500 miles of highways and pikes it would thus have 050000 though for 200000 its roads could be well kept up The appropriation from Jefferson am Kenton would be enormous Nothing is more serious to the itinerant merchants or tho immense rural population of Ken tucky than roads Any politician who like Gov Willeon traveled 40000 miles on roads during ia campaign knows that the hard ships to be undergone are reall tremendous Often Willson was so sore from the jolting of some mountain cow path that he would fall from his horse and lying down ona rock refuse to ride ia step further until his aching buck was at ease Once in coming down a steep hillside in Letchor county made unendurable even by the surefooted horse because of its despair and roughness the anima stumbledGosh gasped Willson there nearly went the whole dd cam paignSheer below ran a rock wall dowr to a valley 500 feet Should the peoplo ratify the BosworthWyatt bill there wil begin an era of road building such as the people of Kentucky have never known before A state high way association will be appointed and competent civil engineers put in charge of the work CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- t3lgaatnra of Gets It Six Months Rexton Ky April 1 EDITOR HERALD Enclosed find 50f silver for which send your paper to my address for the term of one year beginning at once RespectfullyW E STAMPER MAKE IT YOURSELF Tells Our Readers How to Mb Best Rheumatism Cure A well known authority on Rheu matism gives the readers of a largee New York daily paper the follow icg valuable yet simple and harm less prescription which anyone can easily prepare at home Fluid Extract Dandelion one half ounce i Compound Kargon one ounce i Compound Syrup Sar saparilla three ounces Mix by shaking well in a bottle and take a teaspoonful after each meal and at bedtime He states that tho ingrcdientf can be obtained from any good pre scription pharmacy at a small cost and being of vegetable extraction are harmless to take This pleasant mixture if taker regularly for a few days is said tc overcome almost any case of Rheumatism The pain and swelling if any diminishes with each dose un til permanent results are obtained and without injuring the stomach While there are many socallec Rheumatism remedies patent medicines etc sume of which do give relief few really give permanent results and the above willno doubt be greatly appreciated by many sufferers here at this time Inquiry at the drug stores of this neighborhood elicits the informa tion that those drugs are harmless and can be bought separately 01 the druggists here will mix the pre Bcription for our readers if asked to i- t1 Il1 J r IIhI in ioii flu rt- AZegetablePreparehonforAs slmilating IheFoodandRegula- hh ug theSlomacl saMBowe sof lNMNlSimi tUN Promotes DigestionCheerruJ- neS5 and RestContains neither OpiumorpWne nor fineral NOT NAHC OTIC j l oOUTSlNllElFICIIRrJizffrJ JSJr Msl 1tnrJ4 iarrwa A- Apetfecl Remedy forConstipa non Sour Stomach Dlarrll WormsConwlsionsFcverish ness end Loss OF SLEEP Fac simile Signature or NEW YORK XI b iixiiilKv old J5 1 nStS t C IMS EXACT COpy OF WRAPPER Ml O in P- lr 4h r CASTORIA For and Children The You Have Always BoughtY 1 the- Signamre In USB- ForOv r Thirty Year- sCASTORIA TNt CINTAVNIIANV lid rq NRr N Kash Johnson Kash r DEALERS IN General Merchaddise COUNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY f Invite the attention of the people of Hazel Green and vicinity to the new stock of goods they hove just received embracing general stores Staple and Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoos Fruits Bndco f Vegetables in season Farmers Hardware and especially their l i Shield Brand Clothins r Goods Latest Prints Domesticstall of which they sell at a small profit for CASH their policy being Quick Sales and Small Profits Soliciting your trade which we i to merit by fair dealing wear respectfully yours Kasi Johnson Kash jTWEllis Johnson in connectic w the alire runs an uptodate Livery and Feed Stable Drumm lacks for tq at all times f a Lookout fo- rCECIL BROSknew advertisement which will r appear next week perhaps Sam Kash of the firm Kash Sample says they are selling goods so fast and are kept so busy that they have no time to write an advertisement and he Isays if they had a new ad they would have to hire another assistant for which they can not make room with the goods l t E T RUSE H SAMPLE ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and CounselorsatLaw CAMPTON KY This firm will practice all the Courts SpecialIReal Estate Litigation l lOffices n Bank Second Floor Farmers and r- j i r le I A 1 1 h t Infante Kind Bears of I 4 Clothing c 0 hope d All the Hews i 111 happens in the home town the bIrlbI jeer riages deaths the social affM the comings and goings of the peer lf pie your neighbors the notes at the schools and churches all ty set6 and many other new and faiterestim rwmAII tIie TV P rA frr rjL- I vw 1 L 7 r i1IrlJrsr IfIr- cW l atism lPt5p iuvant to get rid ofiUIf so take Dr Miles p Nervine modified as di- r rested in pamphlet around bottle In addition to the propertiesiton the nervous system by which the rheumatic pains are controlled and rest and sleep assured It has made many cures of this painful disease some of them after years of suffering If it will t cure others why not you a r If your case is compli r + cated write us for advice 4 it costs you nothing and may save you prolonged suffering 7 was BO crippled that I could scarcely walk After having my shoes on for an hour or two I could manage Thenti+ ray syitem My doctor told me I hud an acute attack of Inflammatory t Mllestmenced to get better from the start I a and for the past six months have scarcely anrpaIn and am able to I walk as JAR H SANDERSi iPO Box 6 Rockaway N J t Your druggist sells Dr Miles Nerv L returnL1 youMiles Co Elkhart Ind I A PROMPT EFFECTIVE ftKMEDY FOR ALL FORMS OF t RHEUMATISMLMSi r tYJaWy Trouble mad Klmmfutl Dlaau GIVES QUICK RELIEF Applied externally It affords almost In Unt relief from pain while permanent + effected by taking Itln t Mrs EIn the blood dissolving itfeaatbesyatemt systemDR D BLAND Ot Brewton Ga wrtttst1 bad town a sufferer tnnumber of yean ahumaumIDmysrmandt COdarrrq pncIoe FREERheumatismAtTrouble or any kindred dIsease write to a 4 us tot a trial bottle of DROPS rPURELY VEGETABLE j opiumcocalneC andottleratmaaringredienta Lora eteatue 5DBOP8 800 Do w 1100 rrBal by Ilraat m WAMSeiRKElRUTIO CURE COHPAIIT i 44 udtkeueetcur IBENI MURPHY lDEALERIN t GENERAL STORES NEOLA KY Offers the citizens in and around Hole chawa the best line of goods ever seen in thissection at the price A big round 7 a dollar spent with him will bring you M anywhereOin exchange for goods and your patron age is respectfully solicited Until you boy from him you will never know how much you can save KILL THE COUCH M CURE THE LUNGS kingsNerd fOlIC siOLD8AllWTHl8AT AND LUNO TROUILES A ETIZEDATISBAOTOR0xOwSYBEBUNDED DAY HOUSE Hazel Green Kyi St ILra 1 D DAY Proprietor B l lam IeatuckyrApleroowconuected yZM tkrousboat scajrpePJ ja PluM1 tO tiareliq 8If UCLT KBRlfELS Carefully Collated and Concisely Chronicled- Dr George W Griffiths for forty years one of the most prominent physi clans of Louisville died last Friday us a result of apoplexy He was 67 years old Miss Ethel Montgomery who gained national prominence for original ideas on raising funds for foreign missionary work died at the home of her parents in Danville last week ExGovernor Beckham was lust week sworn in to practice at the Franklin county bar Just nineteen years ago he was admitted to the Nelson county bar when ho was but 19 years old Rev Dr Charles L Collins for sev erl years superintendent of the Anti Saloon League of Kentucky last week resigned his position and has gone to Florida to work in the temperance cause The Federal grand jury at Covington indicted Floyd Little formerly assistant postmaster at Elkatawa on seven counts lot embezzlement of the mails Tbe case will be tried at the London term o hurtThe famous bloodhound Nick Carter leader of the pack belonging to CaptainI W 0 Mullikin of Lexington was at tacked with spinal meningitis recently and died He had a great reputation iin severalsouthern states as a man hunter The centenary of the Catholic churc- of the diocese of Louisville was celebrated last week The see of bardatown was established April 8 1808 and the cathedral built at that time still stande The bishopric was transferred to Louis villa about eighty years agoISeven of the eleven men indicted by the Federal grand jury at Richmond last February for operating the Ken tucky Lottery Company were assessed I fines in the Federal court at Covington aggregating 2734749 The cases against the remaining four were dismissed Tuesday of last week H D Combs of Frenchburg attempted suicide by the carbolic acid route He is one of the prominent men of Menefee county serv ed many years as county court clerk and is now a candidate for county attorney There is no known cause for the act but many rumors are afloat One night last week the safe of the Louisville Public Library was robbed and next morning three boysChanning Cope aged 16 a page at the library Er win Reinibarg aged 15 and Paul Hick ey aged 14 were arrested in Cincinnati and admitted their guilt They were brought back to Louisville The case of the Commonwealth vs Charles Finley was called iin the Frank tin Circuit court and continued with an order for an alias summons to issue This iathe usual order at each term of court Otviug to the absence of Commonwealths Attorney Franklin the cases against W S Taylor John L j Powell and others were passed over The theft of a pair of trousers belong ing to Rev A S Petrey of near Jack son led to the indictment of Zach Fu gate in She Federal court at Covington At the time Fugate was a carrier on the Star route and it is claimed he embez 1 zled the trousers from the mail and were of later found in his possession When thea indictment was read Fugate failed toI answer and it was learned that he wallS confined to a hospital with a contagious dlspaseIUnder pretense of wanting to give the Dr seven men in jail at Murray charged with night riding some tobacco Joseph Bell a prominent young farmer was seen passing some papers to the prison ers Ho was taken before County Judge Wells und searched and evidence enough J fonnd on his person to convict forty men of night riding He was locked up and wholesale arrests will follow It is said that Bell is the leader of the Calloway county night riders Langdon Smith one of the best newspaper writers in the country died in Brooklyn N Y last week after a short illness from pneumonia Denver as he was popularly kuown was born in so Jefferson county in 1858 and was edu cated in Louisville He was war corres FOR- NEURALGIA SCIATICA BACKACHEPAIN DISTRESS IN STOMACH i j fi Y d 1 d d =1 i Womens troubles Very often occur regularly itt 9 certain time every month Be If r F continue0rorgans that- wonderfully successful medicine for women Womans Wine Of Carduiii haveY1 tWrite todaytoratnerepyefvduaMe61puelllastMed Book for Women If you need Medical Moo Me WRITE US A LETTERI MiStIIIlLa41eS j pondent for n number of newspapers from the time of the Comanche and Apache war up to the close of the Span ishAmerican war and was present at the battles of San Juan and El Caney Death Was On His Heels SkippersVahadtf 1907 He says An attack of pneu withfsuch a fearful cough that friends declared consumption had me and death was on my heels Then 1 was persuaded to try Dr Kings NbW Discovoryy It helped me immedi ately and after taking two anda halt bottles I was a well man again I found out that Now Discovery is andhlung the world Sold under guarantee at all dealers 50p and 100 Trial bottle free Anxious For the News Huntington W Va April 5 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir As Iam anxious to have the news of Hazel Green will ask you to please send me THE HERALD Yours etc JIM ROSE Care of M BrohHuntington W Va He Got What He Needed Nine years ago it looked as if my time had come says C Far thing of Mill Creek I T I was so run down that lite hung on a very slender thread It was then my druggist recommended Electric Bitters I bought a bottle and I got what I needed streugth 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 atIall dealers 50fl Dont Want to Miss It Wall S D April 8 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir Find enclosedmoney order for one dollar for which send me TIlE HERALD one year I have missed two or three so please dont I lot any more get away Yours with respect D D JONES A TwentyTear Sentence I have just completed a 20year health sentence imposed by Buck lens Arnica Salve which cured me bleeding piles just twenty years writes 0 8 Woolever of Lo Raysville N Y Bucklens Arnica heals the worst sores boils burns wounds and outs in shortest 251 at all dealers Rheumatic Paine relieved by ae ot llnesf AntiPain PJUs M dA1a ebt GEORGE RICE UNDERTAKERHAZEL I have several fine Coffins in my shop and am prepared to make any style to order and on the most reasonable terms I also havo A Handsome Hearse aud will attend all burials when requested Public patronage is respectfully solicited 2Mt GEO RICE WhoII Will Be PresidentThis and every man must read to keep posted on politics The a ir a riia Henry Watterson Editor Is a Democratic Newspaper but it prints the news as it develops One dollar a year is the price of the i ieeld14 I ie ua l But you can get that paper and the- Hazel Green Herald I Both One Year For 150 only If you will give or send your order to this paperNOT to The Courier Journal Daily Courier Journal 600 a Year Sunday CourierJournal 200 a Year We can give you a combination cut rate on these ifjj you will write this paperII f nOw 1l sterr rt1I N H WITHBBSPOOS President tPaidt Undivided Profit t 11000000 I Handsome Deposit o- fpover I I 00000000 This bank solicits the accounts of t merchants fanners traders and buEmess men generally throughout ers erneveryfaotlityandthemostllberalt- erms 1 within the limits of legitimate banking loot 2ly WJ 5 HENRYSHeadquarters Jackson KY BEPEE8ENT1MO THE JOSEPH G REED CO Wholesale Dry Goods and Notions PORTSMOUTH OHIOfSolicits the trade of the merchants of Eastern Kentucky and guarantees prices and quality ol goods Hold orders for him DnMi ANTIPAIN PILLS Headache HAZELGREENACADEMY i 1 Spring Term Opens March 1 17th 1 1908rr Special attention will be given to teachers who wish to review all 1 the Common Branches in proparation for Spring Examinations rThe COURSES OF STUDY have been revised so as to afford tho best advantages possible for young men and women who desire to better i1 prepare themselves for teaching or wish to prepare for the STATE CERTIFICATE or the STATE DIPLOMA d The ACADEMIC COURSE well equips the student for the SO PHcOMORE YEAR in College The Faculty is composed of Nine Teachers ktt Careful attention is given to each studentrTUITION IS FREE 1 Incidental Fee of 500 is charged for the term Board with Heat and Light 200 per week tFurnished Rooms Free 4 If 1 M 0 Write CARTER for s fre BsoHoJoJ DERTHICK Principal E I ii H F FIERATT President E F CECIL VicePresnt MARION KNIGHT Cashier = S G SAMPLE Attorney IQInpitttl toclt 1 41500000 M iii li iL i iii1i ts I 4 DIRECTORS F M PHILLIPS R A KASH T M LEE H E ONEY H F PIERATT Jr P ROSE BEN MURPHY E Fr CECIL This Bank solicits the accounts of Merchants Farmers Traders and Business Men generally Most Liberal Terms within the limits of legitimate banking C Wisses maDle and Trog announce to the ladies of town and surroundingvicinity that they now have in stock their new and fresh Spiiit als eJJllhIiIlefj Having spent several days in one of the most fashionable wholesale millinery emporiums in the metropolis of Louisville they feel amplyable to please the most fastidious tastes in extremest cases They also have a select lino of us RHEUMATISM SLEEPLESSNESS LADIES FURNISHING GOODS aF such as Collars Belts Cloves Etc fVIn addition to the Millinery Business we have a DRESS MAKING DEPARTMENT to which we give our customers the best advantage and from our line of literature with illustrations the best styles can be aeon and used r We are located over Kaeh Samples Store Call and see our stock yourself Thanking you for your patronage during the past sea son and hoping to merit its continuance we are respectfully o MAPEL TROY I s r If you have HeadacherTry lW One j- r I Il They Relieve Pain Quickly leaving no lit bad Aftereffects I sS- i 25 Doses 25 Centstiti Never Sold inRuIkw q4 t 10 a rA AihMr c rPF p