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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i t fp j f I I j t of I 1oWl irv t t AZEL J GREEN ERfRlEstablished March 4 1886 Made Famous In the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell 0 r 8PKNCEB Owner and COOPEK Editor u lThe Oldest Most Popular Moat Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in theKUCIry Mountains 100- uaYIlPi e 1 TWENTYTHIRD YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 23 1908 NUMBER 87 Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect NoV 18 1906 WEST BOUND No 3Nol Dllyex I STATIONS dDllynd Bandar f 2 Sunday I IAMArrPMArr6 10am 0 Jackson 0 2 20 pm 6 15pm OK Junction 25 pm I 707am 20 BtattTTeJo 20 20 pm 730am 40 Torrent 4012 41 pm 7 45 am 44 tNat Bridge 44 65 pm 7 43 am Campton Juntn 57 pm 8 15am 67 atanton 67 4 26 pm 3 8 25 am 62 Clay City 61 4 35 pm 9 00am 70 LEJunon 70 6 07 pm 9 12m 90 WiDcheter 90 5 20 pm 9 55 am 94 Lexington 94 0 05 pm l ftEAST BOUND No2 11IS No t Dally ex = STATIONS I Dally and Sunday Sunday LveAMLreI fPM pm 0 LeXlngton 0 7 36 am 3 10 pm 20 Winchester 20 8 13 am 3 25 pm LEJunctionJ 8 26 pm 4 00 pm 40 Clay City 40 9 02 am- v 4 10 pm U Stanton1 44 9 10 am- r 4 40 pmj jjCampton Juntni 9 38 pm 4 45 pm 57 Nat Bridge 57 9 43 am 4 57 pm 62 Torrent 62 9 66 am 5 18 pm 70 BeattYve o am 6 10 pm 90 OKJuno n 7011017 am 6 15 pm 94 Jackson am CONNECTIONS I L A E JUNCTION Trains Nos 12 and 3 will make connection with the COlly r for Mt Sterling CAMPTON JUNCTION Trains Nos i z 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central r I Kjr for Pine Ridge and Campton JUHCTION Trains Nos 2 fBEATTYVLLEnnd 4 will connection at Beattytille with the L and A Railway for passengers to and from BeattyTille O K JUNCTION Trains Nos 3 and 4 connect with the O K Railway for local stations on the O fc K Railway W A MCDOWELL General Manager OHABSCOTTUenPass Agent Ofiio KontuoRg Bailwag Time Table May 21 I9O5 WEST BOUND No 33 IS = No 21 Daily er = STATIONS = DallYdexSunday H PM ABB 0 27 PM Ana 5 20 6 Cannel City 22 12 35 455 litHel chaw 20 1219 4 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 3 53 22 Wilhurst 6 11 44 3 10 27 OK Junction 0 11 16 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND No 34 Ii SI No 22 STATIONS Dally ex DaUYdex Sunuay AM LVBPI LVE 7 10 27 Cannel Oft 0 100 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hampton 13 1 44 8 37 10 Wllhurst 20 1 51 025 1 OAK Junction 22 225 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30II Nos 21 and 22 will make close connectioi At O K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for points on the Lexington and Eastern Rail way M L CONLE x Superintendent t8in GOntI81 n8i r No 1 No 2 DEPART ARRIVE 000 am Campton 11 80 a m c 200p m0ampton 000pm- No 2 No1 j ARRIVE DEPART j 7 80 amCampn June 10 05 am 3 80 pmCampnJunc 4 40pm The Mountain Central makes connection with all L E pas senger trains I FARM FOR SALE I offer for sale my farm of 100 acres lying 1i miles east of Hazel Green Small dwelling outhouses and good well Terms reasonable t Call on or address f H 0 LACY Pine Ridge KyII 0 H WILLIAMS DR PHYSICIAN AND SURGEONI I HAZEL GREEN KY I Offers hisprcfe tlonal services to the ciu 1 tens ofHuel Qr en and surrounding conn rliB4 Will ansirer all call Of affliction ntMipe reeallU5 at his eooadloW gnueljj A ji fj rZ 1 OJiifIif IJY rw fji i 0 II n Uii r COUNTY NEWS 1 Local Items ofgeneral interest to a majority of our readers especi ally distant friends CAMPION CURRENCY o Kelley Arnott of Lee City is in town today Dr W G Lockhart is again in Campton doing dental work Dr D H Kash is making a pro fessional call on Stillwater today E T Rose and Capt William L Hurst left for Frozen creek this morning on business Attorney John Tester of Still water is in town today getting ready for Circuit court Deputy Sheriff George M Spen cer passed through town this morn ing on his way to Stillwater A C Byrd esq of Clark county is this week visiting his daughter Mrs Ben Sewell of Campton W P Lacy of Lacy creek wasI in town Saturday shaking handsI with his friends at this place A number of our young peopleI were out walking Sunday and en joyed the beautiful Easter sun shine At a meeting of the Board of Trustees of Campton last night Jerry Childers was sworn in as pound master Attorneys and litigants are busy preparing their cases for Circuit court which will convene the first Monday in May Willie Kash stopped in town with his parents over Sunday on his way to Mt Sterling to look af ter some legal business John Jones of Beattyville was in Campton and vicinity from Sat urday until Monday and did good work for Judge Gourley while here Willie Cannoy returned home Saturday from a weeks visit in Oklahoma Joe Murphy who went with him remained at Muscogee Taylor Drake was fined 12000 in County court yesterday and be inK unable to pay his fine was sent to jail He was fined for selling whiskey in violation of the local option law A meeting of the Democratic voters of the 9th precinct has been called for Friday for the purpose of electing a precinct committee man to fill the vacancy caused by the recent resignation of Jas T Hanks April 21 S S STILLWATER SPARKLES 0 Rollin Combs the ladies man called on Waylaud Rose Sunday Leander Peck last Friday sold to Steve Bush of Laurel a heifer for 30- Dock Miller of Holly paid WI H Chambers and Logan Miller a short visit Sunday J 0 Barker and wife and Geo Buchanan took dinner with R J Rose and family Sunday S C Rose and wife visited Lo gan Miller and wife of the Buch anan fork Saturday night The infant child of Cal Cundiff of Trent died Friday at the age of three weeks and was buried t Saturday Saturday of last week Jimmy Brown of Gosneyville bought a horse from Leander Peck price private and sold one to a Mr Al len for 14- 0Billiard Moore of the Swangp lork f1llr8 r Un f- jj Jf S i 1 to I 1 8 1q of if J ft t J I 1t TO GORRESPONDENTSMail yourII items early so they will reach our office ayIfnot be published unless of unusual im portance Advertise no ones business l and write on one side of the paper only the Dunn fork are both very low with consumption and not ex pected to recover Bill Kashof Campton was stopping with Miss Ollie Swango 1 of Stillwater Sunday May wo guess Bills business in the future I dont think John Whisman of Devils creek and Miss Maude Rose of this creek were married Thursday of last week at the residence of thei brides parents Lige Rose and wife Quilla Center of Red river was calling Sunday on his only one Miss Mandy Miller one of the most attractive young belles of this creek and they compose a handsome couple Howard Miller was paying his girl Miss Millie Rose of Campton a visit Sunday Our prediction isI that they are soon to launch out on the seas of matrimony and if we are right may they have a suc cessful voyage and a calm sea to travel through Charlie Rose son of John H Rose of Hazel Green visited with his uncle S C Rose on Stillwa ter from Saturday until Monday when he returned to his home to resume his studies at the H G A Come again Charlie we welcome your presence April 20 DOMINGO A TwentyTear Sentence III have just completed a 20year health sentence imposed by Buck lens Arnica Salve which cured me of bleeding piles just twenty years ago writes 0 S Woolever of Le Raysville N Y Bucklens Arnica Salve heals the worst sores boils burns wounds and cuts in shortest time 25 at all dealers LEE CRY LOCALS 0J H Stricklin of Insko was here Tuesday The 0 K railway received 34 empty cars Monday J C Terrill agent for the Sing er Sewing Machine Co was here Tuesday A Burkhardt representing Too hey Bros Winchester was here Wednesday A Sunday school has boon or ganized and many young folks are in attendance We underetand that JH Striok lin will begin buying ties about the first of May Harlun Dykes of Caney was here Tuesday looking after some business matters Farmers are behind with their work on account of so much rain Some however have planted part of their corn Misses Lula MoGuire and Annie Rooney Rose returned Monday from Monica where they have been visiting J M Noble has just closed out a shipment of 500 fruit trees which were not delivered last fall Hegave the people bargains The Winant Stave Co of Lacy I creek have shut down their works Several of the hands were here the first of the week returning home Ollie Murphy of Morgan counjj tywho has been in Oklahoma for twp years returned Wednesday I He says it is ahead of our etato and that ho will return in the fall i April 310 i AB I IIt t il1I 1M r 11 it j i LANDSAW LACONICS 0 E T Knsh bought of R A Childors a pair of yearling steersI for 25 S S Tutt and son Stove pass ed through here Sunday on their way to Frozen Every oun busy in this section trying to make up time lost on account of wet weather Breck Hounshell of Frozen was here today buying a large bill of goods from otyr merchantI Will Shackelford of Frozen was here looking after the interests of comr pany Roscoe Shackelford passed thru here Saturday from his saw mill on Holly to his home in Hazel Green Mrs Ellen Halsey and Mrs Liz zie Tester visited the family of W H Dean from Sunday until Monday The three daughters of N L Combs Bertha Jane and Susa visitedtheir uncle I W Combs Monday Rollin Combs has been hauling hay and corn for the past week from the farm of A C Kash to Campton John Smith and wife have moved from the farm of Robert Murphy father of Mrs Smith to the farm of George Smyth on the head of Laudsaw fork Cattle are scarce in this section and it looks like the people are not going to Jet cattle to graze Those that are for nale the people want more for than they will bring next fall E T Kash and wife visited the family of J P Tackett Sunday and while there Uncle John show ed them what every one pronoun ces to be a petrified sheeps horn which he found on his farm re cently It has the shape and every mark of the horn of the old time mountain sheep April 20 ANON Plenty of Trouble is caused by stagnation of the liver and bowels To get rid of it and headache and biliousness and the poison that brings jaundice take Dr Kings New Life Pills the re liable purifiers that dp the work without grinding or griping 251 at all dealers SANDFIELD SITTINGS 0 Preaching at Sandfield every second Sunday in each month Joe B Catron of Clifty was the guest of 0 W McNabb Sunday Uncle Jim Wheatloy spout Sun day at the home of Willie Clark Ed and Byrd McNabb made a business trip to Hazel Green Sat urday Miss Judie Cox who has been at Campton some time returned on Sunday Miss Emma Landruin was the guest of Anna Belle Landrum on Sunday 0 W McNabb JB McNabb and D B Stamper went to Hazel Green Saturday Uncle Dick Bolin of Jackson passed through here Friday on his way to May town MaudMoNabbandNannieStam per spent Sunday evening at the home of Belle MoNabb Wick Ohildera of Mnytown was a pleasant guest of Miss Maud Toliver Sunday evening Willie Catron and Byrd and Ed MoNabb attended the Easter entertainment j at Ezel Sunday Mrs James Phelps of McCauI sey was called to the bedside of her sister Mrs Charley Lyon who critically ill April 200 HUDBEP 4 LACY CREEK LINKS 0 Steve Rose passed hero Satur day IJE Smith had the misfortune to got one of his work mules very badly kicked Jeff 11 Rose is improving his farm very much by doing some nice fencing Miss Mabel May a student of H G A was visiting Miss Mattie Rose last weo- kRusselTaulbeeof Snowdenville who has been away or some time returned last week Geo W Carson recently llost his famous old work mule Jim his age being 23 years S SJ Suowden of Snowdouville Las shut his stave mill down at that place for an indefinite time and will leave at once for Rosslyn Ky to visit relatives and friends The following were guests of J P Rose and family Sunday Mr and Mrs J C Linden and Curtis Ely of Gillmore i Misses Zerilda Rosa and Lula Perkins Lena and Iva Hollon C 0 Rose and Wiley Perkins all of this creek and Mrs D S Jackson and nephew of Mizo April 20 SIUA O4SIJIOHABears tie- Signature Kind You Hare Atoajs Bought 11 of MURPHY PORK MINUTES 0 Billy Shomaker was a guest of Ben Murphy Sunday W C Elam made Grassy Creek a business visit last Thursday Clay Murphy sold a yoke of steers to Green Philips last week Henry ind Jeff Elam made a usinepr trip to Flatwoods last week Hem Vise Davis of Neola made Btu Murphy business visit Friday Jeff Elam swapped again This HarveyGibson Cleveland Mannin moved from the Mrs Mandy Lawson house to Logan Murphys farm Mrs Ben Murphy is very sick at this writing Dr A C Nickell was called to see her Sunday Mrs Mary Ann Ross who has been visiting her son David Ross of this place for the past two weeks returned to her home at Clifty Saturday Sam Wilson is this week doing some painting at the home of Mart Cecil Mort is expecting a candidate from Gillmore to visit this section and wants to have his home done in Democratic style John Rose of Mize called at the home of Miss Nora Pieratt on Sunday Miss Nora says she al ways did prefer a rose to any other flower and she would like to see this one bloom every Sun day Eliza Nease who so mysterious HarryMurphysnot been heard from since If any one knows of her whereabouts they will kindly inform Uncle Harry Mort Cecil wife and son Love Dovey went over to Consolation Sunday to ont an Easter dinner at the home of the vice president and family but found they were out It is needless to say theyI prepared a sumptuous dinner for themselves April 20 TULIP MAYTOWN MISSIVES 0 Henry Murphy had a cow to die last week C P Dennis traded a pair of horses to a stock man for two yoke of oxen Jim Little bought a black cowI and calf of Henry Murphy last week for 80 iRev Frank Agar and wife came to our town last week and will beI here indefinitely A large crowd attended Easter services here Sunday conducted by Rev Agar and wife v Henry Murphy Curt Pier tt and C P Dennis attended court at Mt Sterling Monday Married at the homo of brides mother Mrs Sally Laoy Sunday It April 10 Isaac Adams and Miss Fanny Lacy Rev Johns Adams officiating A crowd gathered to serenade them but received cool comfort so they took their bclla and went home April 20 RAINDROP INSEO ITEMS 0Jeff Walker passed here Saturday with a drove of cattle throughhprolarge drove of cattle daughterMissElam Jr of Magoffiu county Shalor Walters accompanied by his sister and ether relatives of Breathitt county are visiting here this week William Conley Charlie Vest Harlau Conley and Van Atkina went fishing ono night last week and caught scaroly anything ex cept a thorough drdnchingbytho rain April 20DIDEDeath Was On His Heels SkippersVahad 1007 He says An attacfcof pneu monia left mo so weak and with such a fearful cough that friends declared consumption had me and death was on my heels Then was persuaded to try Dr Kings New Discovoryy It helped me immedi ately aud after taking two and a halt bottles I was a well man again I found out that New Discovery iis ooughsllndlung junder guarantee at all dealers 50X and 100 Trial bottle free School Improvement Work In planting trees several things must be remembered Firstl the holes should be dug deep and larger than the roots whichvare to occupy then ind partly filled with tJ fcfee t o 1 obtainable Secondly in du qpt1QS many of the a u I 5ots and tically all the row hair w iiu absorb the moisture have ban die stroyed In order to preaervo he between root and top the latter must be severely pruned Other wise the tree will probably die Third a transplanted tree needs an inordinate amount of water I and should be thoroughly soaKed about the roots frequentiyfof sev eral weeks until new Toot hairs can be developed Fourth the ground about the roots shouldl be cultivated occasionally the first year to a depth of severaHnches This prevents the soil from drying put too deeply yet compels the roots to grow deeply to secure a proper amount of moisture Mulch ing with grass or straw is also to be recommended The same principles should be applied to shrubs and vines also and if these points are bbaeryed 4ardlyooaurPerennials large holes filled with goodearth Soil in which a considerable amount of vegetable mold or tot ted manure has been incorporated gives best results The roots should be set a couple of inches belo fI the surface and well water od after planting In winter a coat of well rotted mauurorahould be placed over them to prevent exessive freezing and thawing This tends also to enrich thesoil Seeds require a good Boil deeply spaded and care must be taken not to sow them too deep Fine seeds like poppy petunia etc need merely to be sprinkled onrtho surface with a little fine earth sifted over them They should be sprinkled with water at intervals till they germiuate The larger seeds as sweet peas four oolocks placedfrom thoroughlyBy tplanting gratifying results The gpodwhich would result from the systematic planting of vtreee shrubs ndflow ers inI1Jiground of our rural OhoDJB Sc rcelyIb tim ted cer taini jyiot overestimated O BLES ALBERT S HULL Transylvania University 1 0 t lcTi HERDvsf SPENDER COOPER Editor 4 4HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY April 23 1008 IANNOUNCEMENTS FOR CONGRESS I UNGLEYIVe are niitlmrbml to 1111 JOHN W LAX LAY of Floyd county ns n candidate for Representative in Congress from the Tenth Congressional district subject to the action of the Republican party 0- BYRD We are muhorizr1 to a announce A F IYUD of Winchester an a candidate for Kepre sentative in Congress from the Tenth i Cogresslonal District subject to tho ac Q tion of the Democratic party FOR CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE GOURLEYWeI Are authorized to an Judge G V Gour Aj ley of Beattyville ns n candidate for rf Circuit Judge of this tho 3rd Judicial District subject to the action of the Re publican party MFOR COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY p We are authorized to an STAMPER I flounce A H Stamper of Campton as a candidate for Common wealths Attorney of the 23rd Judicial District to fill the unespired term sub jest to the action of the Democratic party are authorized to announce KASHWe Kush of Jackson us n candidate for Commonwealths Attorney for the 23rd Judicial District subject to the action of the Republican party o FOR COUNTY JUDGE QUflUnn We are authorized to an OnAnUU nouDceIMUudtirAX S GO as a candidate for the office of Coun y ty Judge of Wolfe county subject to I totbe action of the Democratic party 0 CUnPlrTV We are authorized to an GllUurulI nounceKLIASSHOKKY ns candidate for the office of County Judge of Wolfe county subjectj to the r action of the Democratic party ski FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK S ILINDEN We arc authorized to nnnoune + I J Cesar Linden of Gillmore 1 1Court for the ollice of Circuit Clerk of Wolfe county subject to the Democratic primary e FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK TUTTWe are authorized to announce At lrTuTT as a candidatei for t the office of County Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party FOR SHE FF Woareautho ized to announce SMITH1 ROY KMITII i n candidate fur p the office of Sneriil ok Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democrats party t t I wearenutho toed to announce SllLEY3 GEO W8AltUjYiiacari L dirtelefrJShcriffof Wolfe county sub f 1jSctto theaction of the Democatic party t FOR JAILER I to announce DYERWeareauthorizedcandidate for the office of Jailer of Wolfe County sub ject to the action of the Democratic par ty FOR ASSESSOR t authorized to announceare 1 1t TYRAWe B Tyrn of Stillwater U8 a candidate for Assessor of Wolfe county subject to the Democratic primary Republican Convention Pursuant to a call and authority in me vested the Republicans of Wolfe r county are hereby ordered to meet in Mass Convention at the court house in the town of Campion Ky on Saturday April 25 1908 at 1 oclock p m for the purpose of selecting delegates to attend the Tenth Congressional District i convention at Winchester Ky Tues day May 0 1908 for the purpose of se letting two delegates and swo alternate delegates from said Congressional dis trict to attend time Republican National convention at Chicago III June 10 1908 for the purpose of nominating lie publican candidates for President nod Vice President j also for the purpose of selecting delegates to attend the Repub lican state convention at Louisville Ivy r May 6 1908 for the purpose of selecting p four delegates from the state nt larga to attend the said Republican national tout vention at Chicago June 16 BIOS Given under my hand as Chairmrn of r the Republican Executive committee of Wolfe county this AVrlllO 1908 GEO LOVELACEI F THE Republican candidates for I Circuit Judge of this Judicial dis erict have agreed to submit thdrjj k claims to a primary election to j be held some time in MayII r A BILL has been introduced in Congress by Representative Lang i toy carrying with it an appropri ation of 50000000 having for 1 its object government assistance r+j 1in building good roads throughout 1 3s the land t rThoeditor of this paper was COl t1 years of age this morning at about jone oclock if our repolloctioii isc o riot at fault and 23 of them have Y theYI Jt will show within a weak A Floyd Byrd of Winchesterr is announced in this issue as- a candidate for congress as will lo o soon by his card and hoof course submits his claims to the Demo i por1hasI I his prosecution of the Hnrgis Callahan feud cases than any omI in Kentucky Throughout the trio nls of tho partiog in those cases hoI stood as thn Hock of GihrnUor for the law and for the right Many men with the threats that assailsl would tutus flunked But Floyd1 Byrd proved that ho was not thnt kind of material uudever one of Hid law and order part y thought him n hero If he wet tints true the sequence is that he would be n power in the nationall hall oT congnss Viewed fro this standpoint tho SOO majority attained lby tho Republicans is a niiio InguM Should Iin giIIIt the nomination Mr Langley willi have to got up and hump The district is not Republican the election ofr Langley to the contrary notwithstanding T he hitters popularity as against the self uuulo unpopularity of his opponentt caused tho tomporar- downfall of Democracy but wit a popular standard bearer like Mr Byrd thero is overy reason to hope that Democracy will again become triumphant Mr ByrdIS upper ently not antagonized in his aspi rations within the party and this of itself willstrengthen him Ii any event should he receive tho nomination Wolfe county withl whoso interests he has been identified for years it being the alma mater of his existence would give him an overwhelming majority Democrats will look well to their interests in considering his claims und we feel assured they will treat him right SfjrntB EuAS SHOCKEY is th week announced as a candidate for County Judge of Wolfe cote ty and submits his claims to the Democratic primary For twelvo years continuously he was a mug istrato of this county Then ho ij was out of oflice four years t appointed to fill a new andII for one year nnd then olppiod for four years Thousands of cases I came before him during the timo and to his credit is the fact thutII never was one of Ins1 decisions I rcff versed And another thing whichI e very important is the fact thatt during the last four years he turn ed in more mousy than any other magistrate in Wolfe county The records show these facts and thick ing 1people will realize that he has the qualifications necessary to fill1I i the office to which he aspires Since he has been out of office ho tins boon a practicing attorney And nil then but add to bis qua 1 ifications Wo therefore take iit that he will bo justly treated and leave him to his constituents AMONG tho announcements inliti our issue this week will bo found that of George W Salley of StillII water who is a candidate for the office of sheriff of Wolff coulltytt and submits his claims to the t Democratic prima election if one bo herd George Salley is a native I of Virginia hut has lived in Kentucky for nearly a half century und ever since he became a voter ho has voted with tho Democratic party But oven before that ho worked for his friends Ho is the only one of tho Salloy family who has ever asked for office lie was 1 assessor of this county one term and his record showed that hoI fulfilled overy duty incumbent up on him Should ho bo elected to the office of sheiiff he says and i his friends behind him that ho dutyWithhim ill tho hands of the party Sl1tII islied they will do him right 0 Monie tho second daughter of I R J McLiu and wife is very ill D of erysipelas but Dr Nickell has tho trQuble under control JtoU1Jnepll groctn 7 flavor Refuse M lIubtltptef e X711 elyy A CARD oTo the Democrats of tlio Tent Congressional District of Kentucky mintIcountyIdj enough to express the desire thut I bacons a candidate for the loin locrntic nomination for CongressI 1I heartily appreciate llioir all giance and I do not hofitnto to say that I should bo gratified to become the reproscntntivo ntvnrfnyyof success a ct which gave n Republican majority 11of about 800 in the last cong es sional race and CGO in tho recent election for governor and I would Itlot be willing to enter upon a bitter contest for the nomination I have accordingly talked with overy Democrat who 1 could learn had any congressional aspirations fbut have found no one who is a candidatei in fact practically allI of them haw said to mo either in person or by letter that they worn not and would not becouc- cnudidnfos alreadyhcalled their convention for May 5 and in most of the other districts nominations are being made or conventions have been culled for that purpose Feeling therefore that it is time the Democrats were taping some action in this district 11nnd believing ns I do that withI a united Democracy there is a good chance for our partys success at the coming election I have decided to announce my candidacy Earnestly soliciting tho support of nil Democrats and promising if nominated to make every rea sonable effort to win und if elected to devote my time and ener gins to advancing tho interests of 8my constituents I am Yours very truly A F BYRD HOWS This Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh CuI Wo the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honor able in nit business transactions financially able to curry out nay obligations made by his firm- t IlALDINO KIXXAN it MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by all druggists Take Halls Family Pills for con stipatiou I CoxaitKssMAN JOHN W LANHLEY t has introduced a bill to pay ovorya 1I1 day jj- He says ho may not ho able to get enacted as a law this session congress but that he is ofII ho will be able to put it through at next session Whore a man isI totally disabled as very many of Itho old veterans are no 1 less than what Mr Langley calls for is ade a quote for their support j O4STOBABean tlio- Signature Kind You Have Always Boi H ot cL1he iIThe Best in Kentucky This reputation has been established by the Louisville Herald in printing all the news all tho time During this a presidential year you want a metropolitan daily newspaper and you can best satisfy that want by ordering the Herald in connection with THK HAZKI GREEN HEIIALD The Her ids staff of correspondents scut tored throughout tho state and its source of news throughout tho country especially in Washington C enables it to give full and accurate reports of the conditions as they develop Wo have special clubbing ar rangoments with them and can save you money See or write us not the Louisville Herald Sun day and Daily Louisville Herald and THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD for only 450 j JI 4 Y j Lang eys Unique Bill IiHon John W Lnngley lots prepared u unique bill which he pro poses to introduce at the present session of congress It will ci rry a largo appropriation for the es tablishment ofa National Hi me for willow of soldiers of the civil war and Langley proposes that kindIinIthis district His idea in that tl o Ilonu for Widows shall 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STRONG Forule fcrtllprocreil tend for 160paceUluil j ilvollarawaroea4 I trated Catalof deecrtb- Sportloj Goods Kn Ing entire output cimti OU cannot Hat attractive cover obtain wubt direct In colon Mailed ezrreii prepaid upon S cents la Itaopi poIrl +g + 0jj 1 itJ STEVENS ARMS 8 TOOL COP O Box 4098- ii iMassii MassJJ o I 7 yF ft Collar Label t l E STER SUITS are in ordor from arr dross standpoint IfYou wll be in IwepIIing it you don a SHIELD BBROflO They possess a class ical combination of BEAUTY and STYLE not be found in any other suits sold with in the range of prices 1000 tho lowest 1800 the highest and compare favora bly with many so f called High Art suits 1at about double the price TTVVhy pay as much for inferior suitsor m ore for suits as good Examine SSHIELD flMINO before buying AoF1 STA1VIPECIYVIhTcxN I Y TRY YOUR LUCK VOgO ooooo4004o04oo0o00 oeooooo0000ooo +oeo ooooooooooooooooOOO 4 oocoooooooov 25 in Free Presents0000oo6ooaoeoodoooeoooooooeooopoooeooao4ooo0000ooooouoaooe oeeoeeoooooooooeoooo The Volfe 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 timo give its subscribers 2500 in useful articles such as watches and chains razors combination handy tool holder Sic This is in no sense a lottery but an educational prob lem in which each new subscriber and eachold one who pays up and renews will have the opportunity to exorcise his brain in estimating the vote to be polled at the comingaDemocratic Primary Election Tile price of THE HERALD is SI100 a year in advance and every subscriber is entitled to one estimate Old subscribers who pay up arrearages and one year in advance j 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 r4 next a fine razor tic Use the estimate coupon attached Write your name plainly and make figures of estimate verydistinct Then enclose 100 with the coupon and mail to this office These coupons will be filed and the day alter tho election a disinterested committee will take charge of them and determine who is entitled to the presentsii The Presents That Will Be Awarded 00platedI s 50American6 0 50Amorican 50at50vote00votoI I 1JASIS UlON WHICH TO MAKI ESTIMATE teTho total Democratic vote polled in the Congressional el ection of 1900 was 879 and in the Governors election of 1907 Mr Hogor received a total of 899 votes rOOOOOOoooooooooooooo tiliMAMiMiMAiMi oooooonoou oooooooooUse this 1 formJ e I but make out IINt71 yourestimatePosto 1 t on any cleanI Estimate StateII i bit of paper LooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooouooJ figures plain Send your estimate and your dollar to thisojllce and wo will take care ofbothSIlciolyyours SPENCER COOPER f j J s- r i ca r J t f iftowJ J t 0 t yi v vfl 1 4 t e + 1 1 1 e t f l- darasao Not a drop ofAlcohol Doctors prescribe very little if any alcohol these days They prefer strong tonics and altera rives This is all in keeping with modern medical science It explains why Ayers Sar saparilla is now made entirely free from alcohol Ask your doctor Follow his advice ormoluAto Unless there is daily action of the bow els poisonous products are absorbed causing headache biliousness nausea dyspepsia We wish you would ask your constipationbyMede by the J CAyer Co Xrfmill Mill THE HERALD DRINK WAINSCOTS POP Roy J P Bickuell ovangelis of the Christian church wont to Berea ou business S Knell Johuson Kash request maksliing a run on Shield Brand clo thing Born April 20 to tho wife of Dr Taylor Center a 12pound boy Tho doctor is so proud of the event that ho steps about like a newly crowned king Sam Wilson last week finished painting Hon J P Roses new house All who have seen it de clare it one of the handsomest in the mountains His next move was to Ezel H F Pieratt president of the Hazel Green Bank and a large real estate holder in our town came over from Richmond the latter part of last week and sold a house and lot to Hal Smith The Easter exercises of the ju veniles of the academy under the auspices of Miss Jeannetto Grid ley held at the Christian church Sunday night were very interest ing and instructive Dr G M Center reports that the infant child of Paris Rose and wife who has been seriously ill of membranous croup for fourteen days past is now rapidly conval a escing under antitoxine treatment Frank Mannin a young man raised by Uncle Bill McNnbb was shot and killed by Fielden Mc Nabba nephew of Uncle Bill Saturday at Dundee The cause of the trouble was not ascertained FOR SALES Gas and gasoline engine j 15 h p with grist mIll capacity 150 bushels corn a day j engine and mill best quality and in A No 1 order j price reasonable Call on or write J M TRENT 35tf Trent Ky Miss Roxie Daniel who has boen y 4attending State College at Lexington and keeping house for her brother Elwood Daniel who is also a student at the same insti tution came home Saturday to visit her parents Quint Daniel and wife A privato letter from R J Mc Lin to his wife received Saturday night states that in addition to his other ailments J B MoLin Sr his father has developed a case of Brights disease and grave fears are entertained for his re i covery Rev W P Halsey requests us to announce that he will preach at the Caskey school house Sat urday May 23 and Sunday May 24 Preaching will begin Satur day afternoon at 8 oclock and Sunday morning at 1080 Bro Whittaker is also expected to be it present rlDrA C Niokell tells us ho will Ibe 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 forgarden tf r i iT t t f +tlf I JA iiJII O osi jb t vI ACADEMY NOTES 0 Leonard Niokoll wont homo Sun day returning Monday Bro Derthick wont to Lnncns tor Monday in the interest of academyTho B and B K societies playod ball ngniust the U D so ciety resulting in a score of 12 to 9 in favor of the former Clayborne and Lonnnrd John son worn guests of their brother J H Johnson at Mulnga on Still water Saturday uud Sunday Jonathan Stambaugli und Joseph Eastep visited the Sunday school on Lacy creek whure the former also filled his regular appointment Tho writer accompanied Prof Clark to Daysboro Sunday where the latter organized Sunday school Over 20 scholars wore present and the outlook seems very promising The Junior Christian Endeavor society gave an Easter entertain ment atthe Christian church Sun day night The little folks ac quitted themselves with honor which is largely due to the efliuiont work of Mica Gridloy The H B literary society rendered their best and lust program of the year Saturday evening beginning at 7 oclock The whole program was highly instructive interesting and entertaining The president Joseph Eastep and the secretary Jo Hord Frank desarvo special mention for their very ef fective work A fivecent admission fee was charged the proceedsI to go to the support of balljj team Wolfe Countys Aged Citizens Elder II Branson preached at tho Spencer church house in this county on tho fourth Saturday and the Sunday following in March He was assisted by Rev P R Hobbs of the Primitive Baptist church Elder Branson re ports a good meeting and says that at this meeting he met with Uncle Joe Lewis who is 73 years ofage and in poor health j Uncle Andy Spencer aged 77 in poor health j Wm Cornott aged 84 in good health and able to perform manual labor j Mrs Nan Oliver of Flatwoods this county 81 years old and in good health j Uncle Johnnie Hollon 84 years old und in good health and Rev John Wilson 73 years of age and able to be on the streets of Campton attending to his regular business Elder Branson also knew Uncle Harrison Swango of Hazel Green who died Match 30 aged 93 years Beattyvilla Enterprise Wanted We want to purchase delivered not later than June 1st to our mill on Lacy creek 100000 firstclass 27 23 and 18 inch staves According tc the provisions of a contract which we mado when tim ber was at the highest we can pay you more for rough staves tlirih can be realized for same dressed and delivered to New York at the present time Anyone who can make a few thousand or oven a few hundred will do well to write or call and see the undersignedJ it Sox I Spring Has Come and you may see tht effect in the increased trade at Murphys store at Helechawn People are going in crowds to Ben Murphys storo to get goods of all kinds especi ally ladies and gouts hats shoos slippers and in fact all their dress goods from finest silk down and anything you need Prices toll j so does advertising and Ben sells things very low 844 oL ey Prohbition Call Vice Chairman Huram W Da vis of Louisville has called a meeting of the State Central com mittio of the Prohibition party for April 29 at Pentecostal Taber nacle Louisville to considor the matter of holding a State convention and of appointing delegates to the National convention to held in Columbus Ohio July boII Kentucky is entitled to 557 dele Rates and an equal number of alternates to thisI convention If it is decided not to hold u State con vention tho delegates will he ap pointed by the committee Nation al Chairman Charles R Tones of Chicago will most with the committee I It will be well for those who desire to bo candidates for delo gates to send their names to tho vice chairman to bo presented to tho committee He Got What He Needed Nine years ago it looked OH if my time had como says C Far thing of Mill Creek 1 T I was- S 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 strength I had one foot in tho grave but Electric Hitters put it back on tho turf again and I have been well ever since Sold under guarantee at all dealers Ot A Woman Can Abolish unueccessary noise Establish traveling libraries and so bring reading mutter within tho reach of all Clean up her own hack yardand make it such a thing of beauty that it will be an inspiration to her neighbors Secure lighted streets at night antil thereby prevent crimes Insist upon paved sidewalks Demand clean streets and get themHelp to prevent tho injustice of child labor Do away with immoral theatres moving picture shows and postal cards Arouse public interest in the public welfare Keep her garbage box clean and covered and insist upon her follow citizons doing the same She cox because she HAS done every one of these things And when she does them all towns and cities will be clean happy whole some pluses in which to livoThe May Delineator Rufus Hale a confederate of tho Home at Pewee Valley was here a fow days the latter part of last week shaking hands with old friends and acquaintances He bad on the regular Confederate uniform worn by those at the Homo which is neat and tasty and he speaks in glowing terms of the treatment the old soldiers receive Ho says there are now about 250 stopping there John F Hurt who was with THE HEII iu a short time a few years ago is thero now lieu John W Langley requests my to announce that the seeds for redistribution will bo sent for ward tn a few days A fire do stroyed the supply that was in toiukd ffur this purpose mid tho igricnltural department had to look about and get another supply Hence the delay Notice Republicans To the Republicans of Hazel Green Precinct No the You are requested to meet at the voting booth in Huzijl Green on Saturday May 2 to elect a precinct chair man to servo tho next four years A C NICKKU M D- Chairman oooooooooooooooo oo o 01cQIBecause she did not extract sufficient nourishment from her food yo She took Scotts Emulsion g Result IShe gained a pound a day in weight g I ALL DRUCCISTSi SOc AND JlOO 0 J OOfl OOQCICOiO O c f n w1 1 h t 4 VMt j I n H J D rthickt principal tlio Hazel Green Academy is away on business for that institution and exSuperintendent John W Taul boo iSlprincipall pro torn Notice of Final Meeting of Croditors Districtj Court of the United States fcr Eastern District of I enlllckIIn tho matter of U 1V bankrupt In bankruptcy i To the creditors of O W Centers f Sou of liclknxp in till county of Wolfe and district aforesaid a bankrupt Notice iis hereby given that on THURSDAY AlUILiJO HIllS nt 10 oclock In tho forenoon there will be a final sleeting of the creditors of the hove named bankrupt held at the lav nflirc of 1 A Sullivan in the city of Richmond iCy for the ptirposo of pass hag upon the accounts of the trustee de during a dividend authorizing the saleof nncollected accounts nt a sum to be fixed and transacting surly other business in may nroporly come before said meet fug curl finally closing the affairs of the estate of siiidl bankrupt Your presence UI requested at said meeting Dated at Heattyville Ky this April 20th 11U08 CHESTER GOUKLEY Kefereu in bankrup- tcyCommissioners Sale Wolfe Circuit Court Kentucky II X Horton Guardian Plaintiff against Polly A Miller and Alfred Miller Defendants By VIRTUE of a Judgment and Or of Salo of the Wolfe Circuit Court rendered at its January term 1KS3 in the above cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the court house door in Compton to the highest bidder nt Public Auction on HOHDY the 4th DAY OF MAY 1900 at one oclock pnl or thereabout be lug Countv Court day upon a credit of sixI months the following described prop erty to wit A one seventh 17 interest of the de fendants folly A Miller and Alfred Miller in and to the following real es tate towil A certain tract or parcel of land In Wolfe county lKentucky on the waters of Upper Devils Creek begin ning at the mouth of Hear Pen Branch nn Upper Devils Creek thence up said branch S 00 IK 80 po to a stake on Dev ils Creel N S8 E 10 po to a stake N tii 112 po to a stake N 20 W IS po to a stake X 02 E 44 po to a stale X 10 W 20 po to a stake X 34 E 2 po to a stake N 45 E 14 po to a stake X f 2 E 84 p to a stake X 12 E 89 po to a stake X 50 E 10 po to a stake X 17 E 18 po to a stake ri 88 E 18 jjo to a stake X Jo W 12 po to a stake 2v 411 E 10 po to a stake at the month of Big Branch thence with said branch X 2 b 24 po to a stake at the mouth ofn small drain thence up said drain X 70 W 40 to a stake X 25 W 25 po to a stake in the mouth of a small drain N 83 riiI potoa BOX 2J W 44 po to n stake X I E1li po to n stake X 43 E 3po to a stale N 4 E 111 po to a stake N 23 E 7 po to a stake N 3 E 8 po to n white oak X 43 W O- to a chestnut X 17 W 20 po to a stake S 31 W 8 po to a Hickory X 70 W IS po to a Chestnut Oak S 52 E 14 po to u Hickory S 8 W 5G po to a Chestnut S- 351v 25 po to a stake a 11 W 18 po to a stake S 3 E 32 po to a stoke S 15 W- Si po to a Chestnut Oak Wm Whites corner S 8 E U i po to a black oak S 84 iV 34 po to a Black Oak S 10 E 22 po to n White Oak S 1 E 22 po to White Oak S 3 E 32 po to White Oak SSE 28 po to Pine ti 9 E 18 po to stake S 12 E 10 po to White Oak S 10 E 24 po to White Oak S 87 E 10 po to a White Oak on top of the ridge thence with said ridge S 14 E 20 po to a White Oak- S 16 E 41 po ton White Oak S 22 W- po 20 f to two Pines SUE 26 po to a Chest nut Oak S OS W 24 po to the beginning containing two hundred and sixty 200 acres For the purchase price the purchaser withapproved surety or securities must execute bond payable to tho Master 2ommissionerbearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and ellect of a judgment Bid tiers will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms E T ROSE Master Commissioner W 0 C Commissioners Sale Wolfe Circuit Court Kentucky J D Spencer riniutiff against Ed Prollitt Defendant BY VIRTUE of n Judgment and Or of Silo of the Wolfo Circuit Court rendered at its September Term 1007 in the above cause for tho sum Two Hundred and One and 18100 ofI lars 20118 with interest at the of six per cent per annum from the Nth lay of February1906I until paid and 53000 costs herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the court house door in Campton to the highest bidder at Pub lie Auction on MONDAY the 4th DAY OF MAY 1908 it one oclock p m or thereabout be hag county court day upon a credit of three months tho following described property to wit A steam saw still situated on time va ers of Lower Devils creek and upon which an attachment was executed c1nr- Ing time progress of the above styled suit Or sullicient thereof to produce tint sums of money RO ordered to bo made For the purchase price tho purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute bond payable to the Master ommissionerbearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and cffct Qf a judgment Bid promptlyET ROSE Muster Commtwloner W00 i iff 1 1- f LH I N Tlio Ktml You Have Always Bought nnd which Las been In uso far over 30 ycmH has homo the signature o- fd j and has Ixeu inatlo under his per soiml supervision its infancy 7 74Gc4 Allow no ono to deceive you in thitf Alt Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but JJvporiinonts tlmt trifle with nod endanger tho health of Infants and Children Exnoiicneo against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor 011 Pare gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It y contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Winfl Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and IMatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach mill Vowels giving healthy and natural sleep Tho Childrens PanaceaTito Mothers Friend CENUBNS CASTORIA ALWAYS A Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THe CCNTAUR COMPANY TT MUKHAY ITKCtT New YORK CITY m leash JohnsonKasht DEALER IN General Merchaddise COUNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of the poopl of Hazel Green and vicinity to the notv stock of goods they hove just received embracing general stores Staple and Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoes Clothing Fruits and Vegetables in season Farmers Hardware c and especially their Shield Brand Clothing Dress Goods Latest Prints c Domestics all of which they soil at a small profit for CASH their policy being Quick SnIps and Small Profits II Soliciting your trade which we hope to merit by fair dealing we lire respectfully yours Kash Johnson KashItWEllis Johnson in connr dl with tho store w in uptodate Livery anti Feed Stable Dr ershacks fapbir 1LI time tt Lookout fo- rCECIL BROS new advertisement which will appear next weekperhaps H u 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 says if they had a new ad they would have to hire another as sistant for which they can not make room with the goods u K T KOSi S O SAMIIi ROSE cat SAMPLE Attorneys and GotuisolorsntLnw CAMPTON KY This firm will practice in nil the Courts of Wolfe mid adjacent counties Special attention given to Corporation Law and Real Estate Litigation Offices Second Floor Farmers and Tradi rs Bunk 1 t I 1 i f L0f I sY AlTthe News thing Every that happensi- n the home town the births mar 9 riages deaths the social affairs y the comings and goings of the peo pIeyour neighbors the notes of the schools and churches all these t and manyother new andInteresting + theTimegive givet l d W rr 3 tk Jy I it ttt r j oiI ffll 4 e dacheff l iF nTfit docs you should r try Dr Miles AntiPain tw Pills Why not do so They will relieve the pain in just a few min utes Ask your druggist There are 45000 druggists in the U S Ask any of them A package of 25 doses costs 25 cents One tablet usually stops a headache They relieve pain without leaving any disagreeable aftereffects Y isnt that what you want My son Frank Snyder has used Dr Mlles AntiPain Pills for a long- timet He never had anything to help him so much for headache A t year ago he camp home and I was s down sick with such a dreadful nerve lous headache lie gave me one of the Anti Paln Pills and after while 16rc I took another and was entirely re lieved I always keep them In the house now and gave many away to 1others suffering with headache MRS LOUISE LEWELLYN I Powell South Dakota Your druggist sells Dr Miles Anti I Pain Pills and we authorize him to return the price of first package only If It fills to benefit you rMilesMedical Co Elkhart Ind IcUEE- St RHEUMATISM LUMBAGO SCIATIC r NEURALGIA and KIDNEY BOBBLEf SDIOPS taken Internally rids lUo blood of tbo poisonous matter and acids which are the direct causes of tbese disease r Applied externally ItI affords almost lu stant teller from pain while a permanent cure Is being effected by purltyluc tbe blood dluolTlne tbo poliocous tub lance and remot In c IIt from tbe aysicti DR S D J3SAND trewlon anal arltei ibee A iderer tar A uumbii Stjars I Lad Ith lagaud Iamkaso IiIi tjIshtit ooull arms 1brmtbIthaumbrotabelapbplenebfNoundere DOlblDlfJbal Ihaltprenrrtbe It In lfrlejorrwumatlm sad rfy A FREEA1Neuralgts Ulilncy Trouble or Inv kin dred dlsessft write to us for a trial bottle of VDIIOPS1 and test a yourself i 6DROP3 can be used any length of time nltbout ooqulvln a druc habit as It Is entirely free of opium cocalno aloohol laudnum onl o hct Similar Ingredients 1Ar1r ealits 1e twill npd+ S Da Sloa i rml j1rur IsMIW EWWNATIC o1 r N c fir lt1U rtdetr tIem ps741ayyrrtr t BEN MURPHY j DEALER IN GENERAL STORES NEOLA KY Offers the citizens in and around Hel 04 j chawa the best line of goods ever seen il this section at the price A big roui dollar spent with him will bring YOI more in return than it would anywherE Country produce and railroad ties take l patrolage 4 buy from him you will never know ho much you can save jet KILLTHECOUCHaND WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR CSSSs8 Trial SC BkA- N ALL THROAT AND LUNQTROUBLES GUABANTEED SATIBPAorORY OB MONEY BEEUNDED tfTtc QAY HOUSE Hazel Green Ky Xrs I OU DAY Proprietor Best table fare In Eastern Kentucky l srKe sample room connected cJell4 Jlighted bTBM throughout and ap i Femtaodratioasiotnreilagmeu- h yD 4 t+ vh- + r KENTUCKT KERNELS Carefully Collated and Concisely Chronicled Uncle Davy Hall aged 100 yearsdied at his home on the border of Knott and Floyd counties He went there whe quite young from Clermont county Ohio A spark from n passing engine set fire to Souths warehouse in Frankfort and 10000 pounds of hemp belonging to the Kentucky River Hemp Mills went up I tit smoke Loes 10000 While prescribing for a patient in his office at Winchester Dr L H McKin ley one of the most prominent phys cians in Clarnk county was stricken with heart trouble and expired in ia few minutes Bub Turner of Simpson county was last week arrested on the charge of using the mails to defraud He ordered are volver from n Chicago firm sending 1in payment a check for 1760 which it iiis claimed was worthless In a pistol fight in Brenthitt county one day last week between Bill Bailej on one side and George Mays and Squire Cesar Hurst on the other Bailey was fatally wonnded A woman is said to be the cause of the trouble The three boys who were arrested reo cently in Cincinnat for robbing the Lou isville public library safe and taken burl fur trial were dismissed after a severe reprimand by the judge and promising to be good boys in the future It is currently reported that about 500 acres of tobacco will be grown this year in Fayette county notwithstanding tin no crop cry The growers have form ed protective associations and are guard ing tobacco beds night and day The 100000 damage suit of the heir of the late Dr B D Cox against the late Judge James Hargis Elbert Ifargl and Ed Callahan was settled last weel at Jackson by compromise The basis of settlement it is said was 4600 William H Murphy aged 6711 prom inent figure on the Louisville breaks died in that city the other day of complications incident to old age He was a well known Mason and was one of tbe best informed tobacco men in the state Through the intervention of Hon John W Langley President Roosevelt pardoued James M Gose of Jackson who was serving a seven years term in the Lcavenworth military prison for tak- Ing a pair of shoes from a fellowsoldier while intoxicated A band of about 200 night riders went to the farm of Samson Tomlin in Grant county for the purpose of destroying his tobacco beds but were greeted with a volley of bullets and took to their heels It is believed that some of the riders were wounded as blood spots were seen in the road next morning In taking Logan Sizemore of Perry county to the penitentiary at Frankfort recently sentenced to serve 21 years for killing James Stacy Sheriff Mack Ever sole was compelled to make trip from Hazard to Jackson on a raft The sheriffs wife guarded the prisoner while her husband guided the rude craft While fishing near Elkatawah one day last week Will Tharp son of the late Trlcky Tom Tharp and a son oi Dock Mullins fought with knives and young Tharp was seriously cut The fight was the outcome of the killing of the elder Tharp by Ed Mullins another son of Dock about two years ago At the annual stallion show at the Lexington fair grounds recently only about forty horses were shown The stallions on many of the leading breed ing farms around Lexington are always on exhibition to visitors and their owners did not wish to take chances on acct dents by leading them to and from the fair grounds Hon T B Blakey of Beatlyville has been appointed second assistant at torney general an office created by the LJ recent legislature The salary is 3501 a year Mr Blakey is one of the best men in Eastern Kentucky and is an ex cellent lawyer His appointment is es pecially pleasing to the Republicans o1 the Tenth district I FOR- NEURALGIA SCIATICA RHEUMATISM BACKACHE PAIN IN CHEST- DISTRESS IN STOMACH d SLEEPLESSNESS IL RinSSRound RoundEyes PRINTED BY REQUESTI I Recipe Easily Prepared at Small Cost and Many Swear By It I Mix the following by shaking woll in a bottle and take in tea spoonful doses after meals and at bedtimeFluid Extract Dandelion one half ounce i Compound Kargon one ounce i Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla three ounces A loco druggist is the authority that these simple harmless ingredients cnn be obtained at nominal cost fron our home druggist The mixture is said to cleanse and strengthen the clogged and inactive kidneys overcoming backache bladder weakness and urine ary trouble of all kinds if taken before the stage of Brights disease Those who have tried this say it positively overcomes pain in the back clears the urine of sediment and regulates urination especially at night curing even the worst forms of bladder weakness Every man or woman here who feels that the kidneys are not strong or acting in a healthy manner should mix this prescription at homo and give it a trial as it is said to do wonders for many personsThe Scranton Pa Times was first to print this remarkable prescription in October of 1000 since when all the leading newspapers of Now York Boston Philadelphia Pittsburg and other cities have made many announcements of it to their readers CASTORIAForI The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Jgtlaturo ofe TREESFruit and Ornamental- Everything for Orchard Lawnand Garden Our Strawberry Plants are moneymakers Try em WRITE FOR FREE CATALOG WE HAVE NO AGENTS- H F HILLENMEYER SONS LEXINGTON KY 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 have A Handsome Hearse mud will attend all burials when so requested Public patronage is respectfully solicited ZTttt GEO RICE m I The ills peculiar to woman take Different forms Some ladles suffer every month from dark rings round their eyes blotches on their skin and tired feeling Others suffer agonies of pain that Words can hardly express Whatever the symptoms remember there Is one medicine that win go beyond mere symptoms and act on the cause of their troubles the weakened womanly organs Wine of CarduiMr- s M C Austin of Memphis Term writes For five 5 years I suffered with overysymptom J of female disease but after using the wellknown Cardui Home Treatment I was entirely well r today for a free copy of valuabl 6p se IHmtntcd Book for Women If you need Wed WRITE US A LETTERWrite LAdies descrIbe Our tymptomaChatutlmra Tenn envebpe rz Who Will Be PresidentThis and every man must read to keep posted on politics Tho a u ie u n Henry Wntterson Editor Is a Democratic Newspaper but it prints the news as it develops One dollar a year is the price of the Weakly Qlu ie fJu al But you can get that paper and the- Hazel Green Herald Both One Year For 150 onlyI- f you will give or send your rder to this rerNOT to The Courier Journal1 Daily Courier Journal 600 a Year Sunday CourierJournal 200 a Year We can give you a combination cut rate on these if you will write this paper Tne 1WincnostOI1 lBani WINCHESTER KY N H WiTHEKsrooN President Paid Up Capital i 810000000 Undivided 1rolltn I 11000000 handsome Deposit o- fauver i i t 800000000 S This bank solicits the accoutiU of merchants farmers traders and bus guess men generally throughout East fj eru Kentucky and offers Its custom 5 ers every facility and the inoit liberal b terms within the limits of legitimate banking loct2ly in J S HENRYS KVna1nESENTIS- otHE JOSEPH G REED CO Wholesale Dry Goods and Notions PORTSMOUTH OHIO Solicits the trade of the merchants of East trn Kentucky and guarantees prices end juullty ol goods Hold orders for him r FOR h I q Spring Term Opens March 117th 11908 F f Special attention will be given to teachers who wish to review all Jk the Common Branches in proparation for Spring Examinations J The COURSES OF STUDY have been revised so as to afford tho J best advantages possible for young men and women who desire to bet ttor prepare themselves for teaching or wish to prepare for the STATE CERTIFICATE or the STATE DIPLOMA v I The ACADEMIC COURSE well equips the student for the SOPH OMORE YEAR in College 0 Tho Faculty is composed of Nino Teachers i J Incidental Fee of 500 is charged for the term rlwt Board with Heat and Light 200 per week 1 Furnished Rooms Free 1 Write for Catalogues Mt 0 GARTER SeoyTreas H J DERTHICK Principal OUR I f Once i The person who reads ab6ut us fifty two times a year ought to know us at least fiftytwo times better than if ho fi had read of us but once The bettor + W 1 he knows us the more likely he is to like us and like our business methods f t Your account LARGE OR SMALL is most urgently solicited will bo highly appreciated and is very respectfully invited THE 4 miSSes and TIog announce to the ladies of town and that they now have in stock their new and fresh SJIrIIW 8ann SUlIlIIlOI Having spent several days in one of millinery of Louisville they feel amply able to please the most fastidious tastes even in extremest cases They also have a select line of j DM1LESATPAW PILLS H dach HAZELGREENACADEMY rj stlldentlTUITION INVITATION iingt- kO HAZEL GREEN BANK maple surroundingvicinity miIlinoIg LADIES FURNISHING GOODS such as Collars Belts Cloves Etc l fTflflu addition to the Millinery Business we have a DRESS MAKING DEPARTMENT J5to which we give our customers the best advantage and from our line of literature with illustrations the best styles can be soon and used Kash Samples Store Call and see our stock We are located over during the past sea t y for yourself Thanking you for your patronage t son and hoping to merit its continuance MAPEL we are respectfully TROY o i f1 tl If you hav- eHeadache t t Try Onewi i f Y 0 tW4fi r They Relieve PainrQuickly leaving no bad Aftereffects I Z 1i tr 25 Dosess125 CentsrNever Sold in Bulk I 1Matt ors 10e ri