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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i artiyv iJjiyF r r rr 7 r TB r b1 s MLI It j t T Ir OJ Iri If GREEN HERALp Established March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell 0 t ru8P iflAriritncoOwpeeaodr y nn hu TWENTYTHIRD YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 30 1903 NUMBER 88 t Lexington and Eastern Railway I Time Table in Effect Noy 18 1906 WEST BOUND Nol II a No3 STATIONS = DallyandDallyyex Sunday I i II S Sunday ArrPMArrIIJI 6 10 am 01 Jackson 0 2 20 pm 6 15 pm OK Junction I 2 25 pm 7 07 rfm 20 BeattTYeJc 20 3 20 pm 7 30 am 40 Torrent 40 3 41 pm 7 45 am 44 Nat Bridge 44 3 65 pm 7 48 am Campton Junlnl 3 57 pm- t 8 15 am 57 Stanton 871 4 26 pm 8 25 am 62 Clay City 62 4 35 pm 9 00 am 70 L JJunon 70 6 07 pm 912 am 90 Wlaohester 90 5 20 pm 9 55 am 94 Lexington 94 6 05 pm Ji EAST BOUND No2 I a No4 Dally Sunday ex IiII a Daily Sunday and PM LyeAMLyeI 2 26 pm 0 Lexington 0 7 36 am 3 10 pm 20 Wlncbester 20 8 13 am 3 25 pm L4EJnnctlon 8 26 pm 4 00 pm 40MClay City 40 9 02 am 4 10 pm 44 Stanton1 44 9 10 am j 4 40 pm Campton Juntn 9 38 pm 4 45 pm 57 Nat Bridge 57I 9 43 am 4 67 pm 62 Torrent 9 68 am 6 18 pm 70 Beattyvelc 701017 am 6 10 pm 90 OKJuncn 901115 am I 6 15 pm 94 Jackson 94 1120 amt CONNECTIONS L 4 E JDNCTION Trains Nos 12 and 3 will make connection with the C A O Ry for Mt Sterling CAMPTON JUNCTIONTrains Nos 1 2 S and 4 connect with the Mountain Central Ry for Pine Ridge and Campton BEATTYVLLE JUNCTIONTralns Nos 2 passengersisl i O K JUNCTIONTrains Nos connect with the O K Railway for local stations on the O K Railway a W A MCDOWELL GeneralYInager- ORASSCOTTOeDPasl Agent Ofilo lontuotg Hallway Time Table May SI I9O6 WEST BOUND No 38 Ii = No 21 Daily UB STATIONS B Drily er Sunday p Sunday I PM Ana D 27 PMABB 6 20 6 Cannel City 22 12 35 e 4 65 11 Helechawa 20 12 19 f 45 18HLee CItYH 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 3 52 22H Wl1hnratH 6 11 44 3 10 27 OK Junction 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND No 34 5 = No22 Dally ex STATIONS Dally ex Sunday 1 a Sunaay- e AMLVK PMLVK 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 Lee CItYH 11 1 23 8 24 13 HHamptonH 13 1 44 8 37 10H Wllhurst H 20 1 51 025 1 OK Junction 22 225 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 r t KOI 21 and 22 will make close oonnectioi t at O K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for points on the Lexington and Eastern Rail I L CONLEY waySuperintendent tt Illo1llhtiI1 GB taIs nailmaa S No 1 No 2 I DEPART ARRIVE 600 a mCamptonll30 a m 2 00 p m Campton 000pm No2 No1 ARRIVE DEPART 7 amCampn JunclO 05 am 3 80 pmCampn Juno 440 pm The Mountain Central makes connection with all L E pee senger train- sFARM FOR SALE I offer for sale my farm of 100 acres lying 14 miles east of Hazel Green Small dwellingouthouses and good well Terms reasonable Y Call on or address 0 LACY jjHPine Ridge Ky 0 H WILLIAMS DR PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL aeaKYOffers his profestlop IDs to the cltl seal of Heell Green i c Snding coun try andwlll UI5 eei kk rutplflgtii e- 1Qaaa Atw- kV tr rf j y JA r COUNTY NEWS l Local Items ofgeneral interest to a majority of our readers especi ally distant friends CAMPTON CURRENCY 0Roy Smith went to Hazel Green Friday returning Sunday Mrs Steve Tutt Jr was shop ping in town Saturday last Attorney R A Chiles of Mt Sterling was in town Saturday Deputy Sheriff Jim Linden of Gillmore was in town Sunday and Monday Rov 0 J Chandler of Winches tar preached the Commencement sermon at the Methodist church here Sunday Mrs Nannie K Cravens accom panied by Miss Daisy Day passed through Campton Thursday on their way home Mrs Elias Shockey of near Ha zel Green is in town this week visiting relatives and electioneer ing for the Squire R J McLin stopped in town for dinner Saturday on his way to Hazel Green returning from the bedside of his father A large and enthusiastic crowd of Fairbanks Republicans was in I town last Saturday to attend the Republican convention A H Stamper has sold his stock of merchandise at this place to the Campton Lumber and Mercan tile Co They will be invoiced at onceCircuit court will convene here next Monday May 4 There are 10 appearance ordinary cases and 15 appearance equity cases on the docketThis is commencement week with the students of the K W A and they are rendering excellent programs each evening The grad uating exercises will be conducted Friday evening at which time the medals will be awarded The following are the real estate transfers of record since our last letter Armida E Hanks to Nancy J Center town lot in Campton consideration 200 in hand paid i David C Miller to Isaac S Miller farm in the Calaboose considera tion 600 cash S G Sample to- W R Catron town lot consider ation 250 The debate at the academy last night very interesting The ques tion discussed was Resolvedthat Congress should prohibit the im migration of foreigners to the Uni ted States The affirmative was represented by Ola Miller Fred Hobbs and George Center Th negative side was argued by James Dean and Emmett Swimm The affirmative speakers were awarded the decision of the judges April 28 S S LACY CREEK LINKS 0 Strather Snowdou was here last week on business Charlie Sample lost a fine steer last week by death Curt 0 Rose made a flying trip to Jacdson one day last week on businessVirginia tho little daughter o- Ed Smith has been very sick but is now convalescing Rev John Wilson of Campton will preach at Rose Chapel next Sunday Everybody invited Miss Joanne Rose a beautiful Sundtslidy r r t ark tbi i t TO GORRESPONDENTSMail your Items early so they will reach our office morningMondayIfnot be published unless of unusual Im portages Advertise no ones business and write on one side of the paper only While tramming logs at Snow denville the car ran over Andy Watsons foot and hurt him vory badlyThere was a largo crowd attend ed the cake cutting at Ellsworth Lacys Saturday night and all re port a jolly time April 27 SBLA Mrs Ellsworth Lady made Mrs Asberry James a visit Tuesday J 0 Perkins of Grassy was in our community Monday on busi ness Mr and Mrs James Byrd spent Saturday nightwith Asberry James and wife Mrs Frank Johnson of Hazel Green was visiting her daughter Mrs Boono Lacy last week Charlie Rose of Madison coun ty passed through here Saturday with a nice bunch of cattle Mrs Charlie Sample of May town came to her fathers J P Rose Thursday to be with her sister Madge Mrs Charlie Sample went Fri day to see her niece Miss Madge Rose who is dangerously ill at this writing Logan the son of Dan Lawson who has been an invalid for over three years is dangerously ill and was thought to be dying Wednesday ISvory one come and take part in our Sunday school and keep the good work going on Meets every Sunday afternoon at half past two oclock The following were guests of Mrs Mattio Perkins Sunday W P Lacy wife and two children i Asberry James and wife i Zerilda Perkins i Newt Lacy SheffieJames Charlie Whaley and Curtis Byrd April 27 LULU Mrs J B Hollon was at Hazel Green shopping Friday Mr and Mrs James Byrd Jr were at Hazel Green Friday Uncle James Little and wife have moved to Hazel Green Mrs SoutheyLacy attended the meeting at Wells chapel Sunday Mr and Mrs J B Elkins were guests of Mr and Mrs J P Rose Sunday fJ B Hollon was at Campton from Tuesday until Thursday on businessIva the little daughter of Mr sickeat this writing April 27 VIOLET LEE CITY LOCALS 0 B Allenwentto Hazel Green Saturday on business John A Graham returned to Lexington Wednesday Dr Dunn is painting his dwelling when not busy attending the sickJ B Rose of Mile was hero Tuesday and Wednesday on business Lewis and wife went to Can nel City Tuesday to see Dr Whit akerD B May was hero Monday sell ing groceries for a firm that does not advertise Farmers in this vicinity are be hind with their work on account of 0 i 0 much lain c f 1 v lw i r f i l S A Graham of Lexington passed through here Monday en route to his mills on Johnson P P Dykes a hickory man of Breathitt woe hero first of the week trying to buy hickory timber J Taylor Day was here Thurs day and employed C B Allen to have his property painted and whitewashedThe was out of its banks here Saturday morning It was only 18 inches lower than the tide which damaged the 0 K about two weeks ago David Grahamcame over Satur day to go to Lexington but on account of the tide damaging the track he decided to not take the risk on making connection with the L E and returned to camp Dr Dunn accompanied Cocsar Lindon to Louisville Sunday Mr Lindon had appendicitis and stood the operation splendidly but only lived 15 hours aferward The re mains was brought back hero and laid to rest in Morgan county near InskoApril 27 A R ROSE FORK RAMBLES 0A A Duff is transacting busi ness in Winchester this week Mr Coroner of Cannel City was in this vicinity Saturday Flora Lykens of Caney is visiting her uncle Ed Lewis at this placeMisses Mora and Ethel Wise of Lee City were visiting at this place SundayJ Rose of Mize was visiting his brother Henry Rose ot this place last week Mrs Dr Wise and daughter Christine were visiting in this section Monday Mr and Mrs A A Duff have gone to housekeeping near Mr Duffs mill at this place J T Day of Hazel Green pass ed through here Thursday en route home from Rose Hill Va James and Newt Lee Fred and Jim Hurt and Whitney Wise were among the guests at Jim Duffs SundayMr Mrs Ed Lewis went to Cannel City Tuesday where Mr Lewis had his hand with which he had been suffering lanced April 27 ROSE SANDFIELD SIFTINGS 0 Edgar McNabb wont to May town Saturday on legal business Buford Murphy was the pleas ant guest of Belle McNabb Sunday D B Stamper and wife spent Sunday with 0 W McNabb and family J J Catron is very sick Dr Marion Center was called to see him Sunday Henry Stamper and wife May town spent Sunday at the home of J B McNabb Miss Quilla Haddix and Court ney Stamper attended church a May town Sunday Mrs Charley Lyons whose il ness was announced in last wee issue is no bettor Rev I L Honaker will prea at Sandfleld first Saturday nig and Sunday at 11 oclock A number of young folks w at the home of Misses Mary t1II Emma Landrum Sunday amoi them Sudie and Edna Wilson Maude MoNabb and Nancy Cat ron Byrd McNabb and Robert ChildersApril 27 SUSIE Farmers are getting ready to plant corn 4 J J Honakersand GP Noble r f wore guests of J W Sweeney Sun day Younger Bowman was calling on Miss Emma Dennis Sunday Rev J F Wilson passed through here Sunday en route to Pine GroveMiss Juda Cox visited her sister Mrs Claude Day at Hazel Green SaturdayII W T Lackey and James Land rum went to McCauley one day last week Miss Aquilla Haddix made a flying trip to Hazel Green one day last weekIMisses Elma and Suda Wilson spent Sunday with Mary and EmII ma LandrumII Wick Childers of Maytown was seen going in the direction of Alex Tolivers Sunday G W Wilson who is working at Hazel Green visited his family Saturday and Sunday Rev I L Honaker will preach at Sandfleld Saturday night andi Sunday May 2 and 8 Miss Lillie Patrick was a guest of Misses Mary and Emma Land rum Saturday night April 27 SUNSHINE STILLWATER SPARKLES o S C Rose has been sick for the past 10 days John Hager of Powell county is this week moving to Trent Dr Steve Swango of Red river was called to Stillwater Saturday Rollin Combs of Landsaw was out riding with the fair sex Sun day On account of wet weather the farmers are badly behind with the farm work Kap Hurst and wife of Frozen visited Bud Swango and family of Stillwater Sunday I Henry Buchanan and Monroe Rose were the guests of Jeff Wells and family Saturday night Mrs Robert J Rose whose ill ness has been reported in these columns is able to stir about the country in a buggy Charley E Rose who has bee attending school at HG A hasI withdrawn from school and return ed to his home here Mrs Frank Dunn whose illness has been reported from time to time died at her home Thursday and was buried Friday She loft a husband and one child Hon Kelly Kash of Jackson was here Saturday looking after his candidacy and en route to Campton to look after some lega- business 0 Later in the day at th Wolfe county Repub lican conven tion at Campton Kelly gave a very able and interesting talk Monroe Gevedon of Grassy passed through this section Fri day en route to J Sam Byrds mW Nr l ort e i r nsa very slender thread It was then my druggist recommended Electric Bitters I bought a bottle and I got what needed strength I had one foot in the grave but Electric Bitters put it baok on the turf again and J have boon well eve r since Sold under guarantee at all dealers fXo r l- r4 EZEL EVOLUTIONS s 0 a Rollie Nickell wont to West Lib orty Saturday to call on his best girl Miss Bessie Anderson spent the day with Lizzie and Lena Childers SundayAbb and wife were in our town visiting relatives Saturday and Sunday Johnnie Arnsparger is hhViliga new house built on the spot whora the burned one stood George Fannin and wife of Dan were in our town Saturday and Sunday visiting home folks Dave Rose better known ashen est Dave is located in the Pieratt corner store he recently bofigtit t Mrs Emma Taulbee of Oklaho ma is at present at the homeof Dr Wadock in the hope of rfecu porating a Misses Edna Hale Flora Dnia- and Goldio Murphy were pleas antly entertained by Misses Nolda and Dollie Davis Sunday Mort Pieratt and family left Tuesday for their now homet Mt Sterling We regret to seeIthem leave and will surely miss r thorn The fair youngsters of thisi town VJJ met at the home of Miss Flora Davis Saturday night and jlavq a farewell social in honor of Miss Rhoda Niokell who leaves fortSterling Tuesday Y Sam Wilson pushed into ourtt I busy city Wednesday and startedIat once to painting the now borne of Arch Childers The body ia a pink and trimmed with white It will be an ornament to the town April 27 LEN 0 ilJeshmonia left me so weak and withr oJt- such a fearful cough that frienaB Y declared consumption had mo and death was on my heels ThonlNyaa 4 persuaded to try Dr Kings Sfww Discovoryy It helped me immedi ately and after taking two and a againn 1 I found out that New DrsGYryis the best remedy for cotighs nfid lung diseases 1ntbeworldSOld under guarantee at all dealers 50f and 100 Trial bottle free 4 INSKO HEMS 0John Elam of Neola was here Saturday Lindons death is reported in Lee City Locals Editor a y 0S Fand RFPatrick of Netty were in this section Sunday Marion Baily and wife visited Mrc Bailys father Leander t Sunday EltimJJ George Grace Jr and Leonard Patrick recently bought a nowaaw mill and will make the 1firstset j countyl y e A TwentyYear Seitettce I have just completed a 20ytrar health sentence imposed byf Buck ti Ions Arnica Salve which ogre ins of bleeding piles just twenty years ago writes 0 S Wool v rofLe Arnicafburns wounds and outs in shortestf time 25y at all dealers Dr A C ttickell tells us hwill be compelled to breakup houso keeping owing to hirfwifeVfailipg health arid oiyershtiehi3teoar den bdrn Iaiinewellofwater tot rent Tb is aihioo little boxhe that soini Y r ayrent at abar galqbYi PPlflbg to him at ogee in dale fgrRardea tf c h j I mi 1N H i J3 rrAh4 tihet Ilnral frennPoe khea IIonI1RRSmnItCr M SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY f THURSDAY April 0 1908 ANNOUNCEMENTS i FOR CONGRESS I LANGLEYWe nro uitliorizod to an JOHN W LANG LAY of Floyd county as a candidate for Representative in Congress from t Tenth Congressional district subject to the action of the Republican party 0 BYRDWe are authorized t A F itYR i of Winchester as n candidate for Reprei sentative in Congress from the Tenth Cngressionnl District subject to the a ton of the Democratic party FOR CmCUIT COURT JUDGE GOURLEYWeI are authorized to nn ge G WGour l ley of Beattyville us n candidate for Circuit Judge of this the 3rd JudicialI District subject to the action of the Re wpublican party t FOR COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY CTIUpCD We aro authorized to an O I Am FLU i nounce A H Stamper n Comorord District to fill theI unexpired term su Democratliee authorized to announIMSNKelly asjcy k subjectrto n FOR COUNTY JUDGE QUiURfl We are authorized to an OnAIIUU nounceJM Bud SWAN Camrty Judge of Wolfe county subject to l the action of the Democratic party t- eirZri fy 4 i SH OCKEY nounceELIASSHOUKKY arcauthorized to an CountyJudgeI t action of the Democratic party FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK LINDENI We are authorized to nunoune h r JCesnr Linden of Gillmore p as candidate for the office of Circuitt 1 subjectJto 01 FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK e announcelulthe office of County Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Dera ocraticparty+ 1 rRSRERIFF t SMITHVe bro authorized to announce I HMITH HS a candidate fur N P countrsubjectM party r +f loanuounfe didate for Sheriff of Wolfe county sub ject to the action of the Deinocatic party FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY w SIMPLE We are authorized to an nouncelS G SAMPLE of Oampton as a candidate for County At torney of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic party 0 r FOR JAILER DYERWearoauthorizedtonnnouahfor ce Gountysubjectj ty 5ttiq y FOR ASSESSOR r TVDI We are authorized to announ Ceiu I luHi D B Tyrn of StHlwater as a countIy subject to the Democratic primary UNDER the heading of announce I ments in this issuo will be foun that of Stephan G Sample who f aspires to the oflice of County A torney of Wolfe and submits his claims to the Democratic party Steve Sample is a native of Wolfe is 24 years of ago studied law twcJ r years in the best law schools of tho state and has been in active prac tico throe years at the Campton 7l bar From March 1900 to Jan u cry 1907 ho was Police Judge of Campton a position ho filled with dignity and ability but had to L 1 resign to take care of his growing ii Jaw practice In the fall of 1907 d1 + Jin Fi cal Court ntmnititnrl IIMII tn f b t mli settlement with the Sheriff tr i dfortho tax year of 1907 when by 1knowledge of tho law ho saved r the county over 50000 in roco rBring taxes from tho L and Et PipoLinnr himtndbt t tPoX suitn the Ckuttol ARh rJ tI J 1 he BivVcd1 the county 80000 or lighttas Fulks c Hovernmle TO John sou Gonrley Redwino d Gourley and Jouptt Byrd it Jouett wore arrayed agaius him This also i was in 1007 and the Fiscal Court again recognizing his acumen al1 lowed him a fee of 5000 Other eases where he has looked to interestsi of the county mighttheIel cited but these will show that has the requisite ability aud that if elected he would be to Wolfe coun ty what Joe Folk was to St l In other words he would bo dictated to by no man or set of me nor bo ruled by any ring or clique The Fiscal Court this year appoint ed Mr Sample Special Commi- stoner to audit the accounts of thee county and make u full and ca plete statement of the indebtedness and report next October All who theIstatement will bo absolutely accu yatllieambitious and aspiring as he iisI he will exert every energy to oho himself the best County Attorney Wolfo over elected should he reach the goal Without to anybody we can truthfully say Stevo Sample is the soul of hone- his integrity impregnable and his escutcheon without a scratch ofDRINK WAINSCOTTS POP nltDont Want to be Harts Peewee Valley April 25 My Dear Cooper The last issue cnof TILE HERALD reached me today and I want you to know that I feel badly hurt at the way the dev or some other enemy misspelled my name At any rate I suppose it was a stagger at my cognomenI since there is no one here named Hurt with the initials sported by yours truly I have not the pleasure of RufusI Holes acquaintance did not know there was a Wolfe county man hero Had I known of him and his contemplated visit to Hazell Green I would certainly have son greetings to you and your better seveneighthz The Confederate Home is a pleasant place at this season and the healthiness of the situation iis evident from the death rate only four since December This is a remarkable showing when it is re membered that there are nearly 300 inmates whose ages range from 68 to 93 years and most of themt are more or less enfeebled by the weight of time We have an ex phye e men and ho does all that iq pos sible to keep us alive and kicking the latter being a cultivated ac complishment with some of us The present commandant ex State Senator Henry George of Graves county is a kindly unpretentious t gentleman ever on theII qui vive for our comfort and popular with all the inmates H 7trh Kentucky Mounted Rifles at the age of 14 and made a fine record the ranks His first term heree expired March 31 and Governor Willfion wisely reappointed hi The Home is crowded to the limitII ut this time but it is expected relievedd ere long With best wishes for Mrs C rta 1 main your grayback friend i JNO F HART tll i t EiYtry the following delightful dessert J English walnut meats 11UfDissolewater When cool and Just commencing to thicken stir In the Sgo and nuts Serve witb Whipped Cream Delicious The walnut iund JELLO can be boD btataAVR s grocery Thif snake e iote aert hr a ge 1 and Ja Rer pooaaaafeat a iJ Republican Prlnary Steelier At a meeting of the Republican Exec utive Committee of the Sird Judicial IrvineKyfixingtbeting Republican candidates for the of fine of Circuit Judge and Common wealths Attorney to be voted for at the November election 1908 in said district PresentBreathitt J B Mc by A M Arnold proxy Estill elLlnH Flynn LeeH L Wheeler Q W Lovelace L H Flynn made chairman of said meeting and G W Lovelace was made secretary and treasurer Upon motion it is ordered that a pri wary election bo held at each of the va srious precincts in said district to bo hold at the regular and usual voting places Breathnitt Est II Leo and Wolfe beginning at the hour of 6 oclock n m and closing at four oclock p m standard time on purepose e Republican can didates for Circuit Judge and Common atmwhich all Republicans and all other persons who are now in good faith affill sting with the Republican party and saidtwill bfl leant voters at the regular No begmary election shall be held in all respects thewlaws of Kentucky and the rules of the Republican party governing such elections Within two days after the date judgesutshall deliver the ballots ballot boxes therRepublican respective counties who shall on the third day after said election at 10 oclock a m compare and canvass the returns of said election and immediately mall a certlfi cate of said vote in said respective coun ties signed by the chairman andsecre ary of the said county committee to the chairman of said district and on the 27th day of June 1908 at 10 oclock a m the said distrIct committee shall meet at Irvine Ky and compare said county returns and issue certificates of nomination to the successful candidates isit70000 onehalf of which shall be paid by the candidates for Circuit Judge and oae halt to be paid by the candidates for Commonwealths Attorney givenbyof the newspapers in said district and by posting a copy of this call on the court house door in each of the counties of said district at least forty days prior to said election All persons desiring to be candidates at said election shall noti fy the secretary of this committee at least fifteen days before the date fixed for said election and pay to the treas apentOn motion it was ordered that this- committee adjourn to meet at ville Ky Friday June 5 1908 BeattyI This April 23 1908 L H FLYNN Chairman G W LOVELACE Secretary A copy attest G W LONELACE Sec Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that connot be cured by Halls Ca Cure F J VHENEY Co Props Toledo 0 We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honor able in all business transactions financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm WALDING KINNAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the j treehl I all druggists Take Halls Family Pills for coniij stipatiou CASSXODA Boughtm S1gnAtareThe 11 I 1 Best in Kentucky This reputation has been estab j lished by the Louisville Herald in printing all the news all the time During this a presidential year you want a metropolitan daily newspaper and you can best sat isfy that want by ordering the Herald in connection with TIlE HAZEL GREEN HERALD The Her alds staff of correspondents scat tered throughout the state and its lourco of news throughout tho sountry especially in Washington 0 enables it to give full and ccurate reports of the conditions s they develop We have special clubbing ar ngoments with them and can ave you money See or write us lot the Louisville Herald Sun day and Daily Louisville Herald THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD only 450 OaTOJEEADsua uw TM Kled Yta Hub Brd1d plangw- R If Y4 r SIMPLE HOME RECIPE Mix thisSimple Helpfnl Recipe- at Home and Try It Anyway Get from any prescription phar macist the following Fluid Extract Dandelion one halfounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sar saparilla throe ounces Shake well in a bottle and take a teaspoonful dose after vncli moat and at bedtime Tho abovo is considered by an eminent authority who writes in a New York doily paper as the finest prescription ever written to relieve Backache Kidney Trouble Weak Bladder and all forms of Urinary difficulties This mixture acts promptly on the eliminative tissues of the Kidneys enabling them to filter and strain the uric acid and other waste matter from the blood which causes Rheuma tismSome persons who suffer with the afflictions may not feel inclined to place much confidence in this simple mixture yet those who have tried it say the results are simply surprising tho relief being effected without the slightest injury to the stomach or other organs Mix some and give it a trial It certainly comes highly recommen ded It is the prescription of an eminent authority whose entire reputation it is said was established j by it A druggist hero at home when asked stated that he could either supply the ingredients or mix the jprescription for our readers also recommends it as harmless CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho Ftgnat ire of miSS Falag long THE MILLINER HAZEL GREEN KY I mutes the ladies of Hazel Green md vicinity to call and inspect the latest creation in Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats Frames lowers Feathers Ribbons Etc just received from her Cincinnatiiiati buyer and embracing latest outs Llaaios Boangmana Skirts in Voile Panama and Linen Readymade WaistsI a specialty in Silk and WashI c jarsJ Underwear Hosiery Embroideryr Lanes o in great profusion jWYour patronage is respect fully solicited Respectfnlly FALAY LONG I STEVENSC 2furredp s pests are made short shrift of with a reliable N unerring STEVENS N CFor Sport or Service STEVENS RIFLES SHOTGUNSPISTOLSare a 8 1HIGH IN QUALITY IN PRICE Irraaaaanct an4ONaUIn 1Dt1Irdactnpuio UOPHnimtrftUd and- Dicrlptivprepaid npon O r cdptofC U CtUlt logI Prict as Alwtjululit JUphUwlthITEVENSud Os STEVENSaaatdrarcwhen ordering Inrormatlonc J STEVENS ARMS TOOL COalP O Nox 4098 Cbfeopeo Filli Matwi r r I t W J 10 11 TRY TOUR LUCK I jl rooooovoooo0000000000o oOOC +OO9COOCoooocooooooO0010000000000000000 i 25 in Free Presents 11 oooPOOOe4oeoooeooooo0oooooeoooooaooooootaooooooeoooooaooee eeeeeeooooooooeoeoe I The Wolfe County Democratic Primary Election to se tact candidates for the various county offices will be held in the summer some tinge and THE HERALD avails of the occasion to increase its subscription list and at the same time t give its subscribers 2500 in useful articles such as watches and chains razors combination handy tool holder c problem pays up and renews will have the opportunity to exercise comingDemocraticThe price of THE HERALD is S 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 arc also entitled to one estimate The one who sends in the closest estimate will receive a gold plated watch and chain next nearest gold plated watch and aluminum fob next a fine razor c Use the estimate coupon attached Write and verydistinctcoupon 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 AwardedThe00plated650Thei 6 25The500 I 50at2 50vote2 0voteI 00 BASIS UPON WHICH TO MAKE ESTIMATE WThe total Democratic vote polled in the Congressional el ection of 1900 was 879 and in the Governors election of 1U07 Mr Hager received a total of 899 votasro- ooooooooooooOOOOOOOOMHOOOOO ooooooo ofrooo o i ooUse this form amG I but make out IIJY pottoffioe iiyourestimate- I on any clean 116iplainSendtake care of both Sincerely yours SPENCER COOPER Commissioners SaleI I Wolfe Circuit Court Kentucky H N Horton Guardian Plaintiff againstPolly and Alfred Miller Defendants By VIRTUE of a Judgment and Or of Sale of the Wolfe Circuit Court rendered at Its January term proceedtoj in Campiont to the highest bidder at jPublic Auction on MONDAY the 4th DAY OF MAY 1908 one oclock p m or thereabout be I ing Countv Court day upon a credit of ix months the following described property towit A oneseventh l17 interest of the de fendants Polly A Miller and Alfred Miller In and to the following real estate towit A certain tract or parcel of land in Wolfe county Kentucky on the waters of Upper Devils Creek beginning at the mouth of Bear Pen Branch on Upper Devils Creek thence up said j 8 60 E 30 po to a stake on Dev Creek N 88 E 10 po to a stake N E 32 po to a stake N 20 W 18 po to stake N 52 E 44 po to a stake N 15 V 20 po to a stake N 34 E 25 po to a stake N 45 E 14 po to a stake N 62 E 34 stakeoU I 1- a 4 stake S 88 E 18 po to n stale NG W 12 po to a stake N 46 E 10 po to a stake at the mouth of Bid Brooch thence with said branch N 25 E 24 po to a stake at the mouth ofa small drain thence up sold drain N 70 W 40 to a stake N 25 W 25 po to a stake in the mouth of a small drain N 83 W 32 po to a B 0 N W 44 po to a stake N 1 E 30 po to a l N 43 E 23 po to a stake N 4 Ell po to a stake N 23 E 7 po to a stake 3 E 8 po to a white oak N 43 W 20 to a chestnut N 171V 20 po to a stake 31 W 8 po to a Hickory N 70 W 18 po to II Chestnut Oak S 62 E 14 po to a Hickory S 8 W fiG po to n Chestnut S 35 W 25 po to a stale S 11 W 18 po to stake S 3 E 32 po to a stake 8 65 W po to a Chestnut Oak Wm Whites corner 8 8 E 27 po to n black oak 8 84 W 94 potoWhiteOak da 28 po to Pine S 9 K 18 po to stake 8 E 1C White p0toWhiteyak MSpo to two Pines S 9 E 2G po to a Chest nut Oak 8 08 W 24 po to the beginning a two hundred and sixty 2CO el purchaserithexgcrtq bpncytyabto to fbe Matter y + X i 4 i 1 i ph t Commlssionerbearing interest from havingtheders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms E T ROSE Master Commissioner W 0 C Commissioners Sale Wolfe Circuit Conrt Kentucky J D Spencer Plaintiff againstEd By OrderCourt rendered at its September Term ofIwollars 20118 with interest at the rate 14thdavofand113G00offer for sale at the court house door In Pubtin MONDAY the 4th DAY OF MAY 1008 at one oclock p m or thereabout be ofGproperty towit A steam saw mill situated on the wa upon1w a durN hosums of money so ordered to be made For the purchase price the purchaserii PiaexecuteMasterCommlsslonerbearlng havingthepromptlyE T ROSE Master Commissioner W 0 0 Notice of First Meetingof Creditors In the DiatrictCourtoftheUnitedBtatesl l for the Eastern District of Kentucky In Bankruptcy In Caneyinaforesaid a bankruptofT ofTNoticeof April 1908 the said Elvin Lindontwas duly adjudicated bankrupt and that the first meeting of the creditors of said will be tInay A D 1008 a 9 oclock in the foreIat which time the said creditors may attend prove their claims appoint trustee examine the bankrupt and transact such other business as may prop meetingTbisil- g OOV Y mlW1vI JI tiM 7171 fFf l I i711c hrri not needed Ayers Sarsaparilla is not a r strong drink As now made 4 there is not a drop of alcohol h in it It is a nonalcoholic tonic Iiandj alterative Ask your own doctor about your taking this t impurebloodevery time He knows ill publish our formula Aw rfrombanish ourmdioln1 alcohol 1 S w teasels urn doctor 7oayou to Ask your doctor What Is the first great rule of health P Nine doctors out of ten will quickly reply U Keep the bowels regular Then ask him another ques AyersPillsYade by the J Clrer Co Lowell UMI THE HERALD Ezel ball team will play Hazel Green here Saturday Mr and Mrs Tom Lee of Gras sy wore in town Monday shopping Andrew C Long of Demnnd IiwalJ in town last week on business Bro H J Derthick filled his appointment at West Liberty last Sunday Ell tt Aruett of Jackson is visiting his grandmother Aunt Liza MoNabb Turner McGuire of Frozen was visiting here Sunday the guest of Sam Kash Miss Malissa Shackelord of Fin castle is visiting her brother Ros toe Shackelford of our town Bristow Shackelford and wife of Holly were guests of Roscoe Shaokelford and family Sunday CASTORXaBean theltaKM You HaT9 Arrays Bought Blgnitwe fRolly Cecil of Grassy Creek was here Sunday visiting relatives Charley and Robert Cecil among I thorn Miss Susie Long who was help ing her sister Miss Falay Long in the millinery returned to her home at Salem Tnesday Charley Rose of Richmond came in one day last weeksince which he has been buying cattle in this section and he now has a nice lot of feeders z A washout on the 0 K rail road Saturday caused the non arrivalof any mail for this point and our citizens were deprived of their Sunday reading Rev W 0 Campbell regular pastor of the Methodist church did not fill his appointment here and Bro Roberts took his place Sunday morning and night Deputy Sheriff Jim Lindon was in to see us yesterday and paid up all arrearages with the injunction to never stop his paper that the C money for it was always ready R J MoLin tolls us that the latest nows from his father J B MoLin Sr of Rose Hill Va ist that he is so dangerously ill that death is momentarily anticipated I W G Franklin of West Liber ty representing the NewberryiShoe Co Huntington W Va called e to see us Tuesday and handed us a dollar to send him THE HERALD for a year Cecil has the thanks of 11Arlie and his better seven eighths for a mess of mountain oysters which THE HERALD house hold enjoyed Sunday morning for breakfast Dr Daniel Kash wilt hero tho first of tho week and Kelly Kash commonwealths attorney was here Friday night Both of them were guest of their brother Postmaster Sam Kash 4 4HF Pioratt of Richmond who was here last week sold a lot on Pieratt Plateau to Hal Smith and bought back from Dr J H Stam- P I r thaoldItorattl homestead on ptate ait4eet r x i lr i li PIi i 1 v iot l r A Very Bnij Hai JT Day met Our Man About Town on tho street Friday morn ing and handed him two now sub scriptions with the cash viz Ono for Day Day Torrent himself and daughter Miss Daisy j the other to his stepmother Mrs Lou rnnia Day of Jackson He then started to toll about his trip to Virginia mentioned about seeing Jim Tugglo at Barbourville who used to travel through hero Then Dr Conter came along and stop ping him ho said he would toll us later on That day or the next he bought tho Harry Swango match gray horses and Sunday he left horseback for Mt Sterling and we hoar has born quite busy since Indeed ho is too busy to talk but next week wo hope to outline his plans Ate Editors Birthday Dinner Mrs Virgio Rose last Thursday prepared a fat hen with the intention of sending it to the editor for his birthday dinner Steve James her nephew who was to deliver same for some cause did not show up and about 1030 a m her husband Mr Rose and John Sandifor his colaborer per suaded her that tho proper thing was to cook the chicken for them She reluctantly complied with their wish and now they have the laugh on us because they ate our birthday dinner But when they face St Peter and are forced to admit that they thus purloined a poor printers pullet he will ac cord them a just punishment So there Mrs Nanny Craven accompan ied by Miss Daisy Day returned home last week after spending a delightful winter with her uncle J G Trimblo and family at Mt Sterling She says her cousin Miss Ella Trimble well known to most of our local readers enter tained her in royal stylo and that all of them tried to make her feel as much at home as in time past when it was her home in fact Roy Smith candidate for sheriff of this county and a prominent merchant of Campton was here Saturday on business Replying to a question about how he was getting on in his candidacy he said I am running like a race horso because very many understand how I have been unfortun ate in business and know that I need the office Misses Mapel Troy have moved their millinery emporium from over Kash Samples store to the H F Pieratt store room where they have more room to display the fineries they have in stock for the ladies and where they will bo pleased to see the ladies of this vicinity Notice Republicans To the Republicans of Hazol Green Precinct No2 You are requested to meet at the voting booth in Hazel Green on Saturday May 2 to elect a precinct chair man to serve tho next four years A C NICKELL M D- Chairman Undo Jim Little and wife are now residents of our town and in beholf of tho people wo bid them a hearty welcome They rented and occupy the residence of Mrs Emma Evans recently vacated by Dr Taylor Conter Squire John D Rose told us last week that ho had planted 20 acres of corn and John Murphy says one fluid of his has come up and looks good Hows that The latest uewa from the bed side of J B MoLin Sr Rose Hill Va indicates that there is little hope for his recovery Spring in Indianapolis AS HIS BABES SEE IT We raise the shades which in the win ters clouds and storms were drawn And lookout once more upon the bright town Which forms a soft velvet carpet of greenish beauty And we dread to leave the welcome steno even to go to July The fruit trees in their bright new dress Each seems trying to look their best While their fragrance seems to fill the land And each hearts happiness isI at hand Why be unhappy in this Land of Love Coming through Nature from Uods hand above Sending us violets of rare purple hue There is enough for every one of us me and you The Spring would be complete were it not so unlucky As to have both mother and father away in Kentucky Well not be unhappy but joyful well seem For theyre soon coming home from the hills of Hazel Green G F French WantedWo 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 tho provisions ofa contract which we made when tim ber was at tho highest we can pay you more for rough staves than can be realized for same dressed and delivered to New York at the present time Anyone who can make a few thousandor even a few hundred will do well to write or call and see the undersigned J B HOLLON Sox Miss Us All Indianapolis Ind April 20 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir Enclosed find 200 to apply to my subscription to the HAZEL GREEN HERALD I dont know how much I owe but this will pay some of it at least Mrs Carter asks to be remem bered to Mrs Cooper- I think wo shall enjoy our soar mer here but do not know yet just what our work will be We miss you all- Very sincerelyM CARTER 015 N New Jersey St- Indianapolis Ind Spring Has Come and you may see the effect in the increased trade at Murphys store at Helechawa People are going in crowds to Ben Murphys store to got 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 Now a Chartered Cemetery Mrs F N Day requests us to announce that tho Cemetery Association has received its charter from the Secretary of State and that it is now prepared to do busii ness in a legal way Land will be bought to enlarge the cemetery and many improvements inaugurated Money is needed and the association appeals to all who have loved ones buried there or who are otherwise interested to contribute to tho cause Donations of any amount will bo gratefully accept ed and applied to keep green the graves of those buried there Landsaw Salem and Neola cor respondence failed to como in this week and Maytown did not reach us until Wednesday night too late to use We appreciate the news from these places but letters must reach us not later than MONDAY evening Otherwise we have to do too much needless work Please friends bear this in mind 10000000000000000000000006 j Emulsion strengthens enfeebled O IIScott by increasing r their flesh and 0 2 It provides baby with the necessary fat Q fIc andmineral food for healthy growth ALL DRUGGISTS BOc AND SJoo g- feHWHW th 4- Jtil fersy I v1 iVi1 J q S6tfaol Improvement Work The following suggestions may prove helpful to either teacher or patron who is interested in the beautifying of school yards Of course much of what can bo ac complished deponds upon the area of the grounds hut tho geuoial principlos are applicable alike to small or larger areas Trees are used to more advant ago in the moro distant pnrts of tho grounds and should be so placed as not to impair tho lighting of tho school room or to ob struct beautiful views of the sur rounding country Shrubs should be placed within tho border of trees skirting the greensward which should always be left for play grounds i and per ennial or annual plants should oc cupy the foreground This arrange ment of trees shrubs and tender plant with reference to the build ing gives to each its best display without obstructing the view of anyRegularity of pattern should be avoided Trees and shrubs should be massed in groups several or many in a group with irregular intervals between tho groups Tho taller shrubs in any group should be at the center or roar with tho smaller kinds in the foreground Vines are employed to cover bare walls to conceal the posts of boun dary fences to hide unsightly stumps or rocks and to screen out buildings from view The tender plants are useful for borders along walks or about the base of tho building in front of the vines which cover tho walls Smallclumps irregularly scattered about in front of tho bushes maybe planted if it can be done with out encroaching on the playground- All grouping should be as in formal and natural as possible Proportion of design should be secured by balancing part with part the parts being equivalent but by no means exactly alike WHAT TO PLANT The most desirable trees to bo used on the school grounds are the various maples ash black walnut linden poplar elm lox older birch beech dogwood red bud catalpa and hawthorn Of the taller shrubs the follow ing are worthy of mention Snow ball syringa or mock orange lilac yellow flowering currant deutzia tartarian honeysuckle and hydran gea paniculata The smaller ones especially recommended are tho flowering almond Japan quince spirea van houteii and berberis purpurea the purple barberry The latter bush and privet are ex cellent for low hedges if desired Of the vines ampolopsis veitchii has no superior and will cling even to smoothly painted brick walls Tho Virginia creeper or woodbine is an excellent climber to use for covering posts tree trunks or walls For trellis or lattice frames tho climbing honey suckle bitter sweet and wild grape vines are most useful The trum pot vine is a beautiful climber but may become a nuisance by rapid spreading Wistaria and several varieties of clematis notably pan iculata jackmauni and the star of India are very beautiful but must be provided with supports to climb onWistaria can bo supported by leather strips tacked across the main stems and clematis climbs beautifully on ordinary chicken wiro fencing Nail strips of wood at top and bottom and fasten the strips against the wall so that tho net wiro i3 an inch or so from it Perennials which give unfailing satisfaction may bo mentioned as follows Perennial phlox peony golden rod iris jonquil daffodil narcissus tulip crocus hyacinth lily of tho valley and suchwild lings as violets anemone spring beauty blood root dog tooth vio lot Carolina phlox trillium etc For annual planting such as nasturtium poppy larkspur aster coxcomb sweet alyssum calliopsis petunia phlox drumondii four oclock morning glory sweet pea pansy chrysanthemum evening primrose and oven such coarse textured plants as the sunflower zinnia and marigold will bofoundI- 1seful and easy ofobltivntionO- UARLES AwjpkT SOHULL Transylvania University + fair f l Jf I 11 i t I i ftoo DROPS tilDII AfcgclablePreparaiionror slmila ling Ihe FOOd l1ndnc ula ling theStomachs and Bowels of Promotes DigcslionChcerfur nessandRestContains neither OpiumMorphine nor lineral NOT X iic OTIC n alOUIr fHllEZPlTCJEn 8ad A RalwrJalhnrrmr I f d- rhiIiMl f Jfitr ConslipaRonWorms ConvulsionsFeverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature or NEW YORK =VI b months olcT EXACT COpy OF WRAPPER andjReal J CASTORIA For Infants and Children iiThe You Have Always Bought i the SIgnamreof In Usek 4- Nr For Thirty Year- sCASTORIA emgipHECITAUIIC rANY 111W Kash JolmsonKashDEALERS JX General Merchandise COUNTRY PRODUCE crwrw HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of the people of Hazel Green and vicinity to the now stock of goods they hove just received embracing general storesryStaple and Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoes Clothing Fruits and Vegetables in season Harmers Hardware itc and especially their SL id Brand Clothing Dress k G ds Latest Prints Domestics all of whi they sell at a small profit for CASH their policy Quick Saled and Small Profits Soliiting your trade which we hope to merit by lair dealinc we are respectfully yoursIKash Johnson F fMfEllis Johnson in connew on uLL tho atojr ru to x Livery and Feed Stable Drummers hacks foMirs at jirtimeb W Lookout fo- rCECIL BROS new advertisement whichwill appear next weekperhaps Sam Kash of the firm Sample says are selling goods so fast and are kept so busy that have no time to write an advertisement and he says if had a new ad they would have to hire another as sistant for which can not make room with the goodsI r tI K T ROSE s o 5M11- 1ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and CounselorsatLaw CAMPTON KY This firm will practice in nil the Courts of Wolfe and adjacent counties Special t 1 andj 0 ft AI J j n Kind Bears r k Over i r I iij being r i r Kash they they they they I ni The Buyers tf t GUIde The firms whoso names ue septa seated In our advertising columns are worthy of the confidence of every person in ocommun1ty who has money to aped The tact that tbey + enterprbfag t credit to ourtown and deserving of support Qst adverttaing colmmna rieeFyerCuideto fAit I =t good beastprice i QkT- t TIE r 10 f11 j 1 Ir 1 J c 2e 1t 4y yAiri r i t tfii 1 Neaam Are the result of an abnormal condition of the more prominent nerve branches caused by con gestipn irritation or dis ease If you want to re lieve the pain try Dr Miles AntiPain Pills They Often relieve when every thing else fails They leave no disagreeable aftereffects Just a pleasurable sense of relief Try them 1 have neuralgia headache right my eyes and I am really afraid Iwovermy eyes will burst I also havo neuralgia paIn around my heart I have been taking Dr Miles AnU Pain Pills recently and flnd they re lieve these troubles quickly I seldom had it necessary to take more than two tablets for complete relief MRS KATHKIUNE BARTON 11117 Valley fit CArthage Mo awful spells of neuralgia 1iihavedoctored a great deal with getting much benefit For the 1last two years I have been taking Dr Mlles AntiPain Pills and they always relieve me I have been so sometimeslit Is necessary to take two of them but never more and they are sure to relieve me MRS FERRIER a 243i Lynn St Lincoln Neb Your druggist sells Dr Mlles Anti Pain Pills and we authorize him tot return the price of first package only If It falls to benefit your r 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Lumbago Sciatica Neuralgia Kidney Trouble or any kindred disease write to us fora trial bottle of 5DROPS r PUfJEtY VEGETABLE SDROPS Isentirelyfree fromopium cocaine morphine alcohol laudanum and other similar ingredients Large e111111 DnoP8 see Dues fOO rerSalekjDmiclU8W- ANSOH RHEUMATIC CURE COMPANY peot4S lT4Lak Street CkKac vv- r t BEN MURPHI DEALER IN GENERAL STORES NEOLA KY Oilers the citizens in and around Hel chawa the best line of goods ever seen it this section at the price A big noun 1 dollar spent with him will bring yot more in return than it would anywhere Country produce and railroad ties take in exchange for goods and your patronage respectfully solicited Until yo buy from him you will never know ho much you can save Cr KILL TH COUCH Ml CURE THE LUNC8 WITH Dr Kings New Discovery l fnR COUCHS fo PRICK uFree 0a MB AltTHROAT AND LUNOTROUBLE- SaueI IiJATISlPAOTOBli OR MONEY BEFUHDED HOUSEfr7 g S SZri LOU DAY Proprietor 1fI HattedaalIt fppm iMOM to traveling fiNII J W 1 1 lid 4 11I tIBHTUCICY DUELS Catelnlly Collated and Coicliolj Chronicled In a fight between Oscar Toller and Mike Kellman at Glen Springs Lewis county Toller was fatally stabbed Carelessly throwing away the lighted stump of a cigar caused the destruction of a large warehouse filled with grain and hayin Paducah The new slate capitol building in Frankfort will be turned over to the commission within sixty days Iis the statement of Architect Frank Adams The Indian Oil Refining Company at Georgetown has been indicted for polluting the Elkhorn creek by turning in the refuse oil and killing the fish in that noted bass stream On Middle creek near Frestonsburg a fight occurred Friday between the Fitzpatrick and Coburn factions Fiye men were shot four of whom are dead A horse was also killed Christ Walbaum a Louisville butch er took strychnine on the grave of his little son who had been killed by a street car because his wife refused to live with him and had applied for a di vorceGeorge L Bearden aged 46 years a Ballard county farmer determined to make a sure thing of it He cut his taroat shot himself and then hanged himself Financial trouble is said to be the cause On the farm of William Gay in Clark county twenty five sheep in a bluegrass pasture died the other night from pol seeing Samples of the grass were taken to State University at Lexington for examination and analysis two hours deliberation the jury rAfter of John Meeks charged with of Albert Clutterback at Florence in Boone county on the night of December 14 last brought in aver dict of guilty with a recommendation that be be sent to tho penitentiary for lifeIn a freeforall fight at Central City James D Wood a member of the city council was killed John Wood his bro ther received two serious wounds and John H Magan former policeman was shot in the leg It was the result of a friction between the incoming and out going city administration Notwithstanding tho Court of Appeals held that it was only necessary to open on Sunday to warrant a fine a jury in the Franklin Circuit court decided that E W Dehoney and J J Sullivan sa loon keepers at Frankfort were immune because they sold no liquor although their places were open on Sunday At the mouth of Knox creek in Pike county last week Harlan Spratt and Howard Mounts each aged 13 engaged in an altercation over cards Spratts shot Mounts in the forehead killing him instantly The boy fled to Virginia He was captured and brought back to Piteville where he was lodged in jail Acting as his own detective and using as his clew tracks of shoes stolen from him T E Martin of Franklin county arrested Clifford Thompson a negro A stolen watch clothing and shoes were found on Thompson Tying the negros hands behind him Martin marched him to Frankfort and turned him over to the jailer Four masked men took B H Hahs assistant cashier of the Ballard Bank at Bandana near Paducah to the bank about ten oclock Friday night and made him open the vault They then took what money 2100 was In tight and made their escape across the Ohio river About 200 in small change was overlooked by the robbers In the trials last week of Geo Franks James Harris and Thomas Bailey sus pected felons Chief of Police Haager of Louisville sprung a surprise He recognized them as men who attempted to hold him up in Chicago five years ago They were sent to the workhouse fur one year Tho men went to Louis I villa from Cincinnati on an excursion and were arrested when they had been I in town but a short time IIFire broke out in the drying room of r the laundry in the basement of the Phoe I FOR- NEURALGIA SCIATICA RHEUMATISM BACKACHE PAIN IN CHEST DISTRESS IN STOMACH SlEEPttSSNESS r HomeTreat TreatY Ltnixafter noon filled the house with smoke end threw the guests into a panic The firemen confined the flames to the laundry and after 15 minutes the fire was out The damage was slight Nearly all the guests were in the lobby or dining rooms when the alarm was sounded and there was a wild scamble to rooms on all floors to savo belongings Plenty of Trouble is caused by stagnation of the liver and bowels To got rid of it and headache and biliousness and the poison that brings jaundice take Dr Kings New Life Pills the re liable purifiers that do tho work without grinding or griping 25X at all dealers A Good Remedy Mt Sterling Ky April 19 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir Please find enclosed 100 to pay for THE HERALD one year I am away out on a blue grass farm and I get lonesome on rainy days and TilE HERALD is a good remedy for the bluos once a week Rospectfuuly S S OLDFIELD Buggies r Buggies r The citizens of Hazel Green and this vicinity are herewith informed that they can now buy firstclass buggies at home I am prepared to furnish the best made and at reasonable prices I dont han die anything but firstclass buggies and those who want cheap claptraps will have to go elsewher- e181temember if you want a FIRST CLASS BUGGY one that will give satisfaction in comfort and wear I can supply you Call and see me at my shop in Hazel Green RespectfullyJOHN H R- OSETREE Fruit and Ornamental- Everything forOrchard Lawn and Garden Ou Strawberry Plants- moneymakers are 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 havo A Handsome Hearse and will attend all burials when so requested Public patronage is respectfully solicited 2Mf GEO RICE n You naturally would prefer to treat yourself at home for any form of female trouble wouldnt you Well it can be done No reason why you should not be able to relieve or cure your suffering as thousands of other women have done by proper use of the Cardui Home Treatment Begin by taking Wine ofCardui j the wellknown female tonic For sale at all drugstores Joe Moorhead of Archibald I T writes My wife had suffered for years from female trouble On your advice I gave her tho Cardul Home Treatment and now she hardly suffers at all Sold by druggist llfniTC ITC A I CTTCD Wrlte today fora frH COllY of vlluablo t4pqo in tr te lBooIeforWom i If you need Monad envelopeIIIYIIL Y WhoWill Be PresidentThis and every man must read to keep posted on politics The tJ ie l Henry Watterson Editor Is a Democratic Newspaper but it prints the news as it develops One dollar a year is the price of the We ldy I iG jei tl But you can get that paper and th- oHazel Green Herald Both One Year For 150 only If you will give or send your order to this paperNOT to The Courier Journal Daily Courier Journal 600 a Year Sunday CourierJournal 200 a Year We can give you a combi nation cut rate on these if you will write this paper TnB WinonBstBr Bark WINCHESTER KY N H WiTHEBsrooN President Paid Up Capital t 810000000 Undivided Profits I 11000000 Handsome Deposit of Irov r i I 880000000 This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and bus Incas men generally throughout East ern faciiltyandthemoatliberalers every terms within the limits of legitimate banking loot2ly WJ SeaHENRaYJackson KY- EEPBESEKTINO THE JOSEPH G REED CO Wholesale Dry Goods and Notions PORTSMOUTH OHIO Solicits the trade of the merchants of Eastern Kentucky and guarantees prices and quality oi goods Hold orders for him Spring Term Opens March 17th 1908 Special attention will given teachers who wish review Common Branches proparation Spring Examinations COURSES STUDY have been revised afford best advantages possible young women who desire better prepare themselves teaching wish prepare STATE CERTIFICATE theJJTATE DIPLOMArACADEMIC COURSE well equips student SOPHOMORE YEAR College The Faculty composed Nine Teachers Careful attention given each student TUITION FREE Incidental 500 charged term Board Heat Light 200 week Furnished Rooms Free Write Catalogues M10 CARTER SecyTreas DERTHICK Principal OUR Once each week this epaco privilege only invit ing you again become depositor bank The person who reads about fifty times year ought know least fiftytwo times better than O road better knows likely like like business methodsffYour account LARGE SMALL most urgently solicitedrwill highly appreciated very respectfully invited THE HAZEL GREEN misses roapIB aand TIDY announce the ladies town and surrounding vicinity that they now have stock their and fresh plppiHaving the most fashionable wholesale mil linery emporiums the metropolis Louisville they feel amplyable please the most fastidious tastes oven extrernest cases They also have a select line I DRMILES ANTIPAIN N PILLS I I Headache It h HAZELGREEN ACADEMY be to to all the in for i The OF so as to the for men and to for or to for the or The the for the in is of is to IS Fee of is for the with and per Jt for 4 H J r 0 INVITATIONii we pay for for the of once to a in our us two a to us at if he L 1 had of us but once The he us the more he is to us and our OR is be and is BANKoi to of ill new c in of to in of LADIES FURNISHING GOODSYsuch as Collars Belts Cloves Etc J0 fIn addition to the Millinery Business we have a DRESS MAKING DEPARTMENT Ito which we give our customers the best advantage and from our line of literature with illustrations the best styles can be seen and used Wa re located over Kash Samples Store Call and see our stock for yourself Thanking you for your patronage during the past season and hoping to merit its continuance we are respectfully o j MAPEL TROY rYrIf you have t Headache Try One m 0 P They Relieve Pain Quickly leaving no bad Aftereffects 7 I 25 Doses 25 Cents Neverfi Sold in Bulk F II 1 Ihn