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t r COUNTY NEWS l Local Itemsofgeneral interest to a majority of our readers especially distant friends CA TON CiJMfeHCT 0No felony oases have been tried this court up to the present time A Mr Rodman of Mt Sterling was in Campton Saturday night on business Judge G T Center accompanied Sheriff Cox to Clay City on busi ness this week- S M Niokell a brilliant young attorney of Morgan county is attending court here this week Misses Millie Rose and Sallie Hurst accompanied by ET Rose D B Kash and Kelly Kash attended church at Stillwater bridge SundayIt generally believed that court will end this week the far mers being too busy on their farms to look after their cases iricourt at this time The Combs House at this place also the old Combs livery stable have been sold to J T Day of Hazel Green and possession will be given at once G W Lovelace James Drake and W S Tutt went to Fran rtlast week as repreeentativesof the taxpayers ofWolfe in an effort to have the state board of equalization take off the Ipjji raise on the assessed valuation of Wolfe coun ty property Claude Stamper of Campton oldest son of Hon A H Stamper was married to Miss Beulah Hanks of Ashland in Winchester llast Saturday at 230 p m The hap py young couple arrived here on the evening train Saturday and wero met at the depot by a host of friends all of whom wish them the many pleasures of life Sunday morning about 1 oclock A F Garver shot and seriously wounded Lon Sbbrmfth oh the streets of Campton The trouble arose When Sherman made are mark in the presence of Garver that reflected upon the character of the lattors sister Garver resented the insult with the result a short tUne afterward that he flied five shots at Sherman only one taking effect striking him in the back a little to the left of the spine and coming out infront just above the left nipple Garver waived an examining trial before Police Judge 15 T Roe Sunday and was admitted to i l1n the xum of 500 Its thobgnt Shop man will soon recover May 12 S S A Calif ariijma Lick The luokiestduyof my life was when I bought a box of Buoklens Aruba Salvo writes Charles F Budahn of Traoy Gal Two 25f boxes oared me of an annoying base of itching piles which had troubled me for years and that yieldedi to no other treatment Sold under guarantee by all deal ers 25g UCtCWlfekiJNIS 0Crockett Bbaeinado a flying trip to Trent Sunday Rev John Wilson will preach at Rorie Chapel SundayS SS Snowden has again started bisi stave laidandl is makuataves by note Jim Combs bought of Sheffie Barnes a good work bte Price ptiyate t iiedicJ Tt 1aid5ti o jk Jr TO COSRESPOltFEHTSMail your item early to they willreacht our office ornlpgMootlayifnot be pub11hedunlee of unusualt lm portttnce Adtertl eDO ones buUdtss and write on one side of the paper only drew Hughes a flue pair of work cattle for 180 Isaac Biking and wife of Camp ton were guests of his brother J B Elkins llast night Steve Rose had an old fashioned logrolling last week and wrung Old Speck neck for dinner Bruce Watson call edon his best girl Sunday We presume there is going to be something doing Mias Melvina Sbackelford of Fincostlo and Mid Alice Ely of Gillmore were guests of L E Smith last week Tom Williams had a coke cut ting Saturday night which was attended by a large crowd and the shoestring flapped on the floor till early dawn May 11 SBLA Tile Wprirg let Climate is not entirely free from disease on the high elevations fevers prevail while on the lower levels malaria is encountered to a greater or less extent according to altitude To overcome climatic affec tions lassitude malaria jaundice biliousness fever and ague and general debility the most effective remedy is Electric Bitters the groat nltorrttive and blood purifier the antidote for every form of bodily weakness nervousness and insomnia Sold under guarantee by alldoale IPrice50 cents LAMDSAW ACONICS 00MJBB Ollio SWIQgovisited Mrs E T Kash Monday Lookotl for some new subscrip tiohi west week Miss Lizzie Combs has been on the sink Hat for some time Bertha Jane and Susie Combs visited Grace Lucille and Mabel Kash Sunday Mis W H Tsyior visited Her daughter Mrs Clara Pence at Holly Saturday and Sunday The boys of thug section have beon doing some very good work staging during IBe wet weather C C Fulls of El Paso Texa has been visjtinghjia fatherinlaw Hiram Swangofor the past week Tho farmdrrof thtt section are very much behind with their work on account so much rain that some are almost discouraged Preaching at Landuw Sunday by Rey Hon Taylor and at Mur phy school house by Rev James Madden A good crowd at both places i ET Kash bought of Henry Gibbs a twoyearold heifer for I 17 last Saturday and Sam Burch field eold a cow to Kelly Lawson for tOO W L Kasb of Campton came over Sunday to visit the old home and lee his best girl He always tops at Buds Hon Kelly Kaib candidate for the Republican nomination for commonwealths Attorney was via iiting in thug section Saturday and Sunday and meanwhile shaking hands with the boys W L Buchanan tho hustler of Buchanan fork was over Saturday and said that if it would iqnit rain iuguutU he oopldgot ft lot ol old land broke and the Jogs and brush on hie new ground burned he would be ready to plant Bfayil ANO1f t I I J LEE CITY LOCALS 0J T Day of Hazel Green is going into business hero again Mrs Pres Patrick who has been ill for some time is not improving any There was a wreck on the 0 K this week which caused travel ing men some inconvenience A Mr Jones our singing school teacher is moving his family into our town We welcome them back Cager Centers of Belknap is going into business again at Bel knap He was taking up goods yesterdayMay RAINDROP David Graham returned from Lexington Tuesday Mrs Ella Arnott loft Friday for Frankfort to visit her husband indefinitelyC is having some hickory hauled and stackedon the yard hereJRev F P Wilson and W M Lindon preached here Sunday A large crowd was in attendance J H Strickliii will ship four cars of ties tho first of the week Those are the first moved for many weeks Ouster McGuire went home Mon day to help his father on the farm He will return as soon as they catch up with the work It is reported that J T Day is goingto open his store hero again and it must be facts as there is now some freight here for him 0 B Allen went to Hazel Green Sunday and says he saw A M Dllbkell who will be here today to take charge of J T Days busi ness His many friends welcomo him back Bear Centers of Belknap while cutting a log missed the log and struck his foot cutting it very badly Dr Dunn was summoned and dressed the wound taking seven stitches Mr and Mrs A A Duff of Rose Fork were here Wednesday en route to Helechawa but owing to a slip near the Kentucky river bridge the noon trains wore an nulled as well as their trip Joint Lindon of Gillmore was hero Wednesday evening to sum mono fir Dunn as witness in the SebastianArnott case He says Judge Adams is having business done in a nutshell and if he con tinues in the same way there wont be no much work on the officers May 11 A R It Reached the Spot- E Humphrey who owns a large general store at Omega 0 and is president of the Adams county tel ephone company as well as of the Home telephone company of Pike county Ohio says of Dr Kings New Discovery I saved my life once At least I think it did It seemed to reach the spotthe very seat of my cough when every thing else failed Dr Kings New Discovery not only reaches the cough spot j it heals the sore spots and the weak spots in throat lungs and cheat Sold under guarantee atell dealers bop and 100 Trial bottle free SANDFIELD SITTINGS 0Edgar MoNabb went to Hazel Green Saturday A large crowd attended meeting at Sandfield Sunday D D Stamper made a buisncss trip to Ezel Saturday Mrs Frances James spent Saturday night with Belle MoNabb Mr and Mrs J B MoNabb vie iitod Jamea R Toliveria family Sunday I Jl n 1 ItJ Ed McNabb was entertained by his best girl Miss Maggie Guil ders Sunday H S Stamper and wife of May town spent Sunday with 0 W Me Nabb and family Miss Belle McNabb and Buford Murphy spent Sunday at the home of Miss Maggie Childers Maude McNabb Mary Landrum Byrd MoNabb and Elias Shookey were entertained at the home of Nancy Catron Sunday evening May 11 HILDRED Valued SUie ai Gold B G Stewart a merchant of Cedar View Miss says I tell my custormers when they buy a box of Dr Kings Now Life Pills they got the worth of that much gold in weight if afflicted with constipation malaria or bilious ness Sold under guarantee by all dealers 25- STILLWATBR SPARKLES 0 Mrs Dulcena A Rose iia improving slowly Quillio Center called to see Miss Mandy Miller Sunday Mrs Kittie Swango visited Jas Bushand family Sunday D B Tyra and family took din ner at S C Roses Sunday Kelly Kash and others of Camp ton attended the preaching Still water Sunday Rev J J Barker and S C Rose were at Compton on business Fri day and Saturday Buddy Brewer of Pine Ridge was visiting relatives on Stillwater Tuesday and Wednesday N Miss Laura and Stanley Malo- ney and Ninnie Brewer attended the meeting at the bridgeSunday S Monroe Nickell the able at torney from Goodwins Chapel passed through here Sunday even ing en route to Campton Boone Tyra agent for the Inter national Harvester Co was in Campton all of last week taking orders for machines He was also urging his Democratic friends to give him a dollar and take THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD a year and last but not least soliciting hid friends Jto remember him in his race for assessor George Athey and others from Camptou attended the conven tions Winchester and Louisville last week Mr Athey informed THE HERALD correspondent that he met Hon John W Langley and other prominent Republicans and that Mr Langley received the nomination for congressman from this district by acclamation May 11 DOMINGO S100 Reward 3100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only pos itive cure known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a con stitutional disease requires a con stitutional treatment Halls Ca tarrh Cure taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system there by destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the con stitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer 100 for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J GURNEY Cot Toledo Ohio Sold by altdruggists 75o Take HalliyI Family Rilla for constipation vr 1r y 1t f j GRASW on0 Will Stamper made a btislheibfl trip to Cannell City Friday r Rev W F Lykin hahbden very sick with In grippe for several days T H Barker and Kelly Henry wero visitiugrelativestt Stillwa+ tat from Friday until Sunday I W R Fonniu of Elliott coun ty was calling on Miw OsMit Henry from Friday until Slirfiy Albert Henry of Tuttle r Okis frf4niiiGreasy friendS I rourot Nickel I audwifeywaeC attended the Republican i- Lion at Winchestur returned hohThursday r Miss Cassie Henry wbo baa ben r visiting her aister MraV fiiilid Nickollj of Ezel returned hofIf r 4 Monday last a John M Lykinai one ofthe coun ty board of emminan itt tUlffci the examination fps county did rSaturdaySome of us have hadour fcbtn planted and in to soak for BSV oral days and in a bride wbrltdf i admonition we would say dont plant until summer coteesagain John Fi Gevedon has ieIfrcompleted what we think fa W the nicest job of paper bagivff icu the country for John DSenry and is now pusHy engaged in pa pering his own rooms May 11 Dotorio YkeEeii3A KeAtri lE t This reputation iavijeerrditali lishedby too Louisville HeifeldUnl 1 printing all the news all uhu During this a pruiidojc you want a metropolitan newspaper nd yo n beat Bet ftisfy that ritby ordbrinrg kitf Herald in connection with 36 HAZEL GREEN HERALD The Her aIds staff of correspondent peat tared throughout the slatij tsource of news throughout tbe country especially in W BjiSbitcrn D C enables it to give full and accurate reports of the conditions as they develop We have special clubbing RJ rangementa with them Mid dint save you money See or write t1s not the Loaiaviltei H6feld Sun day and Daily Louisville Httilt and THE HAZEL GrtEkk HSfiAiQ for only 275 mSte IiL 0Jame Patrickof Lee Cify w b i 1 here Saturday Shaler Walton of Breathltt attended meetingBuhdtty S H Rartiffe and brother ofiCanoy wore in this section 6uhV day f James Bailey Srll was here Sjitjr urday and Sunday viaitingrplp tivee and friends Orman Mils and ElberfcClajv traveling men ntoppod over M Howard Baileys Saturday tl4glst- May 11 DIDB CSTORIAFill till nit yilli i Hears the Signature of Dr A C Niokell tells uarbewUl be compelled to breakup houses keeping owibg to his wifea foiliag healthy and Offers his house gar don bane aid a fine well of water for flint Thl is knioe Ht lB hotda ff- tbateomebes4mayy rant at bat gain by applying to him at onoe1 id tiBfie f6r garden tf 4 i l tl 1 1if n tTitB DIlA lt4trIIttheHasel0rnPotfteatiieoonflclniiimntter SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY May 14 1908 t ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR CONGRESS 1 f We are authorized to BYRD announce A F BYRD of Winchester as a candidate for Repre sentative in Congress from the Tenth Ongreasional District subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party FOR CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE are authorized to anGOURLEYWe Judge G W Gour j ley of Beattyville as a candidate for Circuit Judge of this the 23rd Judicial District subject to the action of the Republican party 5FORCOMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY We are authorized to anSTAMPER I nounce A H Stamper of Campion as a candidate for Common wealths Attorney of the 23rd Judicial District to fill the unexpired term sub p ject to the action of the Democratic p party OSHWej are authorized to announce i Kash of Jackson as a 4 i AttorneyforI the action of the Republican party 0FOR COUNTY JUDGE authorized to an Spounce JM Bud SWAN h GO as a candidate for the office of Coun tic tyjadgeof Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic party 0OUnplCV We are authorized to an t tnounceELIAS SHOOKEY as candidate for the office of County tiJudge of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic party f FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ILINDENWe are authorized to announe Cesar Linden of Glllmore as a candidate for the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to the Democratic primary o FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK d are authorized to announce JUTTWeI I S Terr as a candidate for the office of County Court Clerk of Wolfe a county subject to the action of the Democratic 4 party FOR SHERIFF are authorized to announce SMITHWe r I KMITH as a candidate for I the office of Sheriff of 1V abject to the action of the Democratic party j toannounceSAEEEY didate for Sheriff of Wolfe county subjects to the action of the Democatic party FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY il are authorized to an SAMPLEWe G SAMPLE of Campton as a candidate for County At of Wolfe county subject to the + of the Democratic party FOR JAILER0Ittorney We are authorized to announce IGeo P Dyer as a candidate for of Jailer of sub the action of the Democrat party i FOR ASSESSOR I We are authorized to announce- rIYRA D B Tyra of Stlllwater as a candidate for Assessor of Wolfe county subject to the Democratic primary FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT L I are authorized to an TAUlBEEWe I JOHN W TAUL BEEas a candidate for County Superintendent I of Schools subject to the ac Lion of the Democratic party t THE Tenth Republican Conven tion held at Winchester Tuesday 5th after instructing dele aaMay to the Louisville convention nominated Hon John W Langley t as candidate forcongress to succeed k himself This action was a well deservedcompliment to Mr Lang ley who has worked for the pea 4 I pie ha represents regardless of po litiqal affiliation creed or color f and demonstrates beyond doubt 5 that his Own party at least recog nizes his worth But speaking of conventions wasnt the Louisville i powwow a peach with the furz ruffled Yea verily and more t JOHN W TAULBEE of Daysboro exSuperintendent of the Public Schools of Wolfe County is again ly announced in our colums as an aspirant for the same position and submite his claims to the ac k I tion of the Democratic primary Mr Taulbee served the county for four years in the same position mid looking back over his record sirs bolioro be rendered general J I Iati action Among other things he brought the schools to greater proficiency and improved the service in various ways He visited the schools with regularity and whenever and wherever complaint was made he was prompt to attend to the matter He is qualified in every way for the place and if he be nominated and elected he says ho will devote both his time and attention to the duties of the posi tion and as no other candidate is out for the place so far as known he may receive the nomination by acclamation in which event he wouldsurely be elected Of course it is a long time until the primary election and meantime any num ber may announce for the place You will know it if you read it in this paper Kelly Hash As the time for the Repnblican primary in this judicial district approaches and the people con tinue to discuss tho prospects of the various candidates the pros pects of our friend Kelly Kash for Commonwealths Attorney become the more flattering and it appears proper and fitting that the Repub licans of Wolfe county and of the entire district as well should honor him with their support for this nomination The Republican governor of Kentucky in appoint ing Mr Kash to this position saw in him the make up and proper qualifications for this office and decided well when he elevated him to this responsible position He is now filling the duties of this office to the satisfaction of the people and bringing to his work qualifications and ability that is not excelled by the older members of the bar- Kelly Kash is a native of Wolfe county and he resided here and attended our schools until he reached his majority when he went to Jackson It will be re membered that he was a student in the Hazel Green Academy dur iug the latter OOs and hn is held in high esteem by the citizens of this community and he is still a frequent visitor to our town and a friend to our school At the time of his appointment to this office he was enjoying a most lucrative practice of the law at Jackson both in the State and the Federal courts and he is rec ognized as one of the leading young members ot the Eastern Kentucky barHis nomination for the office of Commonweaths Attorney by the Republican party in this district would place before the people a strong candidate and would be a recognition of his ability as a law yer and his high character as a citizen Cant Do Without Some Tidings Ferris Tex R R 2 Box 17 May 4 1908 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir You will pleace find enclose money order for 100 for which please move my subscription forward according to the amount as I cant well do without some tidings of news from my old home and friends where I was born and raised the one spot dear always to me and also the many good people I left there when I came west to find me a new home and to make new friends as well I hope some time in the near future to visit my friends of long ago those that have not gone before to the unseen world We have suffered much damage from having so much rain the latter part of April from overflows of creeks and rivers in Texas Crops are late here this spring owing to so much cold weather white frost on the morning of April 80 Yours very trulyJ LITTLE Per Rleatalto teat W JIdM take IIIr 11Yer Aatllsaa TJda ZAM rsllav tlr aa AAB MB3T 21artrasssrI TRY THIS FOR DESSERT Dissolve 1 package of auy flavored JELL Oin lplnt of bolllDp water When partly congealed beat until light adding one cup whipped cream and six crushed macaroons Whip all together thoroughly and pour In to a mold or bowl When cool It will Jel lift and ms be served wi whipped cream or 81lIad saw The JELL 0- oos lBcF ae b obWpe- dpIraij fW fI 01 GETiICH QUICK aotSchemes of this class have again come to grief along with the gullible Investors causing serious loss to Fnnocent business concerns as is always the case of panics in Wall St While this last lesson is yet fresh fn mind it is an opportune moment Co consider causes and means to avoid like trouble in the future Direct your attention to that CiuIciunatione can readily detect the trend of currency its lodging places by whom handled uses made of it and final results oJ Again you read quotations of Bonds Stocks and Securities of every nature fixing Status of Al business from the retailer to United States Government Also Current News facts and re liable data covering the entire world all sufficiently explicit to enable thinking people to avoid snags and follow the channel of successI Its extra size and high price is the secret of its ability to discover obtain print and serve its patrons with all the news and cater to wants of people in every calling of life The Weekly Enquirer for the year 1908 has greatly increased its Clubbing offers which now include the most select and popular pub lications of the day at prices slightly over half the regular Subscription rates U Do not overlook the fact that the year 1908 promises to excel in pros perity any of the past and that the Inquirer printed at Cincinnati Oltioo is one of the most reliable sources of information STEVENS CFor Trap or Field a STEVENS SINGLE or DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN is Ideal Low in Price High in Qualitygood gun value right throughI Made in standard gauges lengths weights etc Hammer or Hammerless Styles STEVENS SHOTGUNS SHOOT STRAIGHT AND STRONG do Hrdro4tradI Ctalog pgm dUale- ggortegGoodMer I log eons eitpit I Hoe tttmtlri corn I oetln Ipdlnct I lln colon Htld tot i ildipcB I IcraUliiUapit potfflu J STEVENS ARMS TOOL COP o Box 4098 Chlcopee Fans 1 Mass N Buggies I Buggies I 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 ban dIe anything but firstclass buggies and those who want cheap claptraps will have to go elsewhere IiJRemember 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 ROSE Promptly obtained or no fee Write for ore obtaingATENTTHAmoney We Y and help Inventors to success Bend modtl photoorsketch and we aend- IMMEDIATII FREE REPOIiTON PAT NTABILITY 20 yean practice Registered Patent Lawyers Write or come to ILl at 606607 7th St WASHINGTON D C TREESFruit and Ornamental Everything forOrchard Lawnand Garden Our Strawberry Plants are moneymakers Try em WRITE FOR FREE CATALOG WE HAVE NO AGENTS H F HILLENM YER 475 SONS LEXINGTON KY t7- rh r fSrirW 1 r Republican Primary Election- At a meeting of the Republican Executive Committee of the 23rd Judicial District of Kentucky held in Irvine Ky April 23 1908 pursuant to notice fixingtheting Republican candidates for the offices of Circuit Judge and Common wealths Attorney to be voted for at the November erection lUOS iu said district Present Breathitt J B Mc Liu by A M Arnold proxy Estill L H Flynn LeeH L Wheeler WolfeG W Lovelace L 11 Flynn was made chairman of said meetingand G W Lovtluco was made secretary and treasurerUpon motion it is ordered that a pri mary election be held at each of the various precincts in said district to be held at the regular and usual voting places- thereln1ln tbe said counties of Breath Lee and Wolfe beginning at the hour of 6 oclock n m and closing at four oclock p m standard time on the 20th day of June 1908 for the pur pose of nominating the Republican can didates for Circuit Judge and Common wealths Attorney in said district at which all Republicans and all other persons who are now in good faith affili atlng with the Republican party and- who will support the nominee of said primary election and who are now or will bfl legal voters at the regular No vember election 1908 and who shall be legal electors and voters The said primary election shall be held in all respects in accordance with the provisions of the laws of Kentucky and the rules of the Republican party governing such elec tions Within two days after the date of said election closes one of the judges and the sheriff of said voting precincts shall deliver the ballots ballot boxes certificates etc to the chairman of the Republican committee of the respective counties who shall on the third day after said election at 10 oclock a m compare and canvass the returns of sail election and immediately mail a certifi cate of said vote in said respective coun ties signed by the chairman and secre tary of the said county committee to the chairman of said district andon 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 The expense of said primary election is estimated to be Seven Hundred Dollars 70000 onehalf of which shall be paid by tbe candidates for Circuit Judge and onehalf to be paid by the candidates AttorneyNotice 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 urer his proportionate part of the expen ses of said election On motion it was ordered that this committee adjourn to meet at Beatty yule Ky Friday June 5 1908 This April L3 1908 L H FLYNN Chairman SecretaryAG W LONELACE Sec miSS Falag9 Long THE MILLINER HAZEL GREEN KYI Invites the ladies of Hazel Green and vicinity to call and inspect the latest creation in Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats Frames Flowers Feathers Ribbons Etc just received from her Cincinnati buyer and embracing latest out loifiPQ QpQiTu niQffp Qlnrto Ldlllub iUJrjlldllu uKlllo in Voile Panama and Linen Readymade Waists a specialty in Silk and Wash Goods Latest in Belts and Collars including a tasty collection Underwear Hosiery Embroidery Laces o in great profusion IPBPYour patronage is respect fully solicited Respectfully FALAY LONG 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 and will attend all burials when so requested Public patronage is respectfully solicited 25tf GEO RICE r1 J i- J IkI TRY YODRLUCKf ojoovoovauoooooooeooooooo eooeeooooeaooo OOOO 010 000 00 0 00 000 0 00 25 in Free PresentstOIOIOOIOOOOOOIOIIIOOOIIIOOIOIIOOIO+oooooeoooeeeoaooeoeeseeeoere The Wolfe County Democratic Primary Election to sec tlect candidates for the various county offices will be held inJJ the summer some time and THE HERALD avails of the occasion to increase its subscription list and at the same time give its subscribers 2500 in useful articles such as watches and chains razors combination handy tool holder c problem pays up and renews will have the opportunity to exercise his brain in estimating the vote to be polled at the coming Democratic Primary Election The price of THE HERALD is 100 a year in advance and every subscriber is entitled to one estimate Oldsubscribers who pay up arrearages and one yearin ad vance are also entitled to one estimate The one who sends in the closest estimate will receive a gold plated watch and chain next nearest gold plated watch and aluminum fob next a fine razor c Use the estimate coupon attached Write verydistinctthis office These coupons will be 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There is not a particle of doubt about it We speak very posi tively about this for we know Dot not change the color of the tiatr JcrmuU with eob bottle elbow your ors uk Eldemobese doctor u- thlD 7 Indeed the one great leading feature of our new Hair Vigor may well be said to be thisIt stops falling hair Then It goes one step furtherIt aids nature in restoringtbe hair and scalp to a healthy condition Ask for CI the new kin- dRed by the J O perCo Lowell Sue ME HERALD DRINK WAINSCOTTS POI Bert Nickell went to Campton Saturday on business S H Kash went to Campton t on business Monday J B Hoskins was a guest at the Day House over Sunday Miss Nancy Sample visited home folks on Lacy Creek Sunday Mrs Henry Ward returned Mon day from a trip to Honaker Va OASIOEIXABean theThe Kind You Hare Arrays Bought Signature pof Myrtle McClure and Mrs Jen nie Nickell were in town shopping Monday Prof C E Clark of the H G A visited his parents at Maytown over Sunday Troy Pieratt of Kiddville is visiting relatives and friends in town this week- Ambrose Nickell of Clark coun ty came in Sunday night in answer to a summons from JT Day Mrs A C Nickell and daugh ter Frances are this week visiting Mrs Butler Hughes at Pomeroy tonThe Camptou hotel known as toe Combs Hotel will hereafter be run as annex to L Park Hotel at Torrent Silas Rose of Stillwater was visiting his brother John M Rose and other relatives and friends I here Monday Mr and Mrs W 0 Mize re turned Monday from Okahumka Fla where they have been visit idg their son Carl Cashier Patton has bought a handsome runabout and with his black diamond steed he will soon be speeding along our streets Mrs Nannie Kash who has been 4siok since she came back home from Mt Sterling was able to be I out Monday among her friends OA 81ORIEfI- yun the the Kind You Hue Always Bought BlgaUare Dr A 0 Nickell returned Mon day from Richmond and brought 4lii8little daughter Golden who has been visiting her uncle Roe Nickell Our Man About Town met Bra- D G Combs Monday and in answer to an inquiry learned that he had just closed a two weeks meet ing at Clay City with 53 additions t to the church F Mrs Lee Caskey of Grassy fell one day last week and fractured a couple of bones in her right wrist abutDrs Marion and Taylor Cen ter Thursday reduced the fracture I t asjace which she has been doing as y well as could be expected to Taylor Day and grandson Jesse n Kasb accompanied by Dr J H Vjjptamper went to Campton Sun- dayr by way of Laurel to see how 1 thatcreek would do as a route for l4the Mountain Central railroad vpr Stamper returned Monday tod theyotheraantoni to pities N aoFedsLewera- j4 it iAi Ghooid Vacation Companions With Care Let mo warn those who are plan niug for a summers recreation to choose their vacation friends with care says Christine Terbune Her rick in the June Delineator For example I know a girl who had planned to go to a quiet coun try with a casual friend It was a girl whom she had not knownI i intimately hut they had been thrown together moro or loss and when the proposition was made by one of them that they should go together on their vacation both thought it would be a good thing But it wasnt They did not know each other well enough to risk it and when they wore thrown close ly together each was disappointed in the other and they did not have enough adaptability to hit it off well on some subjects be cause they failed to agree on others That vacation was a failure to both Adother mistake sometimes made is in going to the wrong sort of place Make up your mind from the first what you want to do when you go away then select your placeThe girl who is tired out with hard work should not choose a gay resort where there will be much dressing and constant excitement of one kind or another She needs a country place or a quiet seaside spot where she can lie in a hammock or on the sand and look at green trees or blue waves On the other hand the home girl who has a constant round of monotonous duties will be helped by a taste of liveliness in her outing and will bo better for meeting new people Slights will encounter you on every side disappointments will meet you faults will swarm in the places and persons you encounter and if you get any good out of your vacation you will do it so to speak in spite of yourself But bring enthusiasm and a de termination to enjoy and it must be a very desperate condition of things which will make the holi day a failure A Unique Gathering A unique party of young people assembled at the home of the edi tor and his better seveneighths Monday night to show their re spect and friendship and each of them left a nickel as a souvenir of the occasion There being 21 of them present the sum was 105 and two who could not attend sent a nickel each Others not appris ed of the affair sent their regrets We lad the money changed into nickels which we put away as me mentoes of an occasion we heartily enjoyed and if our visitors were as well pleased our happiness is unalloyed HAres the guests MISSES Myrtle Cecil Kntbrine Cecil Falay Long Susie Long Loula Nickell Ora Campbell Nancy Sample Nancy Mapel Pearl Troy May Williams Daisy hay Etta Bingo Lillian Bicknell Virginia Day MESSRSjj Elliott Arnett James Hollon Vernie Clark Kelly Cox Troy Pieratt Horton Treadway Claude Stacy A Safe Institution See the new bank ad in this is sue and when you read it if you are not now a depositor remember that it is dangerous to carry cash money on your person Last week James Sullinger a cattle trader 67 years of age according to the Al len County Times who had 5000 to pay for some cattle was robbed and his body found in auabaudon ed well Had he used checks and kept his money in bank he might today be alive and buying cattle i Mrs Helen Moses Dead News has come of the death of Mrs Helen E Moses National President of the Christian Worn eus Board of Missions and one of the most widely beloved and best known women in the United States which occurred at her home in Indianapolis on Sunday She leaves a largo number of friends in Lexington who are in deepest grief at her loss Mr1Williamfailing health for several years She spent the months of last De cember and January in this city under the care of a Lexington spe cialist and had been bettor until two weeks ago when hemorrhage of the throat began causing her deathThe loss to the C W B M work can scarcely be estimated as she was its groat leader and inspiration With Mrs Moses as National President the Board has established schools and churches in many places at Hazel Green and Morehead in Porto Rico Cuba China Japan and other countries Mrs A M Harrison left yester day afternoon for Indianapolis to attend the funeral which will take place theretodayLexingtonHer aId 12th Uncle RemussTho Home- Magazine for May With the May issue Uncle Re muss Magazine appears amplified in name and size having purchas ed the Hone Magazine of Indian apolis it becomes the Uncle Re mussThe Home Magazine and is larger and dressed in more pleas ing typographical style than either of its forebears The May number is chock full of good matter Fiction by Vir ginia Woodward Cloud Geirge Randolph Chester Reina Melcher and Will N Harben is balanced with a wealth of special articles of varied appeal some excellent verse and inimitable departments conducted by Mr Harris Don Marquis and Mary E Bryan Mr Billy Sanders discusses Tom Lawson and the people and Uncle Remus himself has a department devoted to the children which is of course of interest to the whole family The old darkey tells a now story in the old time manner and this is followed by many in teresting letters written to him by the youngsters The illustrations for the num ber are by Lucy May Stanton Maud Thurston Robert Edwards Worth Brehm Alice Beach Win ter and R J Dean Gone to the City- J T Day and his grandson Jesse Kash left Sunday for Lex ington where the former will buy new furniture and fixtures for the Combs House at Campton which he has purchased He has also started a hack line between this place and Campton one hack from Hazel Green daily and one leaving Camptou at samo time Passen gers can connect with all Moun tain Central trains LaterSince the above was put in tYr it is learned that Mr Day is in Cincinnati and Louisville buying goods Has Gone West Our young friend Henry Ward left yesterday for Fort Duchesne Utah where he has a situation in the Government irrigation service as bookkeeper at a nice salary He thus not only gets paid for his knowledge as bookkeeper but adds to his store of information by see ing that vast country learning the ways of the people etc and all at the expense of others Subscribe and make a guess OOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO S Ricketsao Simply the visible sign that babys tiny bones 0 0are not forming rapidly enoughea6 Lack of nourishment is the cause 0 babysz 0 baby o innALLo 11 + i il I If 1C i i 1tf IIt J r p M i Returned Homo Looking Well Hon W 0 Mize and wife who spent the winter in Florida came home Monday afternoon looking to be in fine health Mr Mize has gained several pounds in weight and while Mrs Mize lost in weight she gained in general healthand is looking fine Carl their son who spent the winter with them is now at Ashville N C and ho HeIappearance IBonght the Cattle Charley Rose yesterday bought a pair of oxen from Henry Mur phy of Maytowi a black and a piebald that weigh about 0000 pounds known as the Joe Rose cattle for 140 This is the best pair of cattle perhaps in this sec tionanyhow the best that have recently changed hands and Char ley is quite proud of his purchase He also bought 25 head of good feeders while here and leaves for home today A part ofa letter from Rain drop at Lee City which appears to vent her spleen because she was not invited to a dance is left out because wo can not fight per sonal quarrels Moreover we do not know the writer no name be ing signed to the letter and be sides we have a regular correspon dent at that place Following are the registers at the Day House for the past few days G B Eversole J P Arnold and driver Louisville FlI Gra zier St Louis Henry Calvin W H Mauker S F Carter S F Car ter West Liberty G J Nicholas Huntington W Va H W Wake man St Louis- A fire broke out in the residence of Bruce Nickell near Helechawa Tuesday and but for the assist ance of a bucket brigade that volunteered their services his house would have been destroyedwith its contents As it was the kitchen only was consumed HUMAN HANDS DO NOT TOUCH IT From the time the raw materials reach our P I factory they are handled entirely by ma chinery kept scrupulously clean No ehenoe bar Jell0 ICE rap Powder to become contaminated It If itrtetly pure and wholesome Our factory li uclean as your kitchen ICE CREAM lIs Easy to MakeiI 1 quart milk 1 package JKLkO ICE CREAM Powder Mix and freeze without cooking Simple isnt It I This makes two quarts of smooth vel rety Icecream dellclonily Savored In 10 minutes at cost of about 1 cent a plate Flavors Chocolate Vanilla Straw terry Lemon and Unflavored Sold by your grocer 2 packages for 25e Enough for a g lonor by mall If he- dGe not keep It The Genesee Pure Food Co Le Roy N Y II1II A Feathered Freak At the home of Mr and Mrs Frank Coldiron near Hazel Green one day last week there was hatched a chicken which will rank as among the phenomenal of curios It has four legs four wings two backs two necks one head and only one eye but tho latter is in regular position being on the side of the head It was dead when taken from the shell but Mr Cold iron was taxidermist enough to stuff it knowing it would be con sidered a curiosity and any doubting Thomas may see the stuffed skin at his home News was received hero lato yes terday evening that Mrs Rebecca Hall of Maytown who has been an invalid for a long time was at the pointof death Dr Williams of this place has been attending her for several months and through his skill was able to stay tho rav ages of the disease until a week or so ago when he informed her huB band L P Hall that he could do no more for her and that it would be useless for him to come again Miss Lillie Cecil of Grassy creek accompanied by Albert Henry of Oklahoma who is visiting Ken tucky relatiyes in Morgan whence he left 20 years ago took dinner with Bobt Cecil and wife yester day Young Henry was about six years old when parents went west i A ij t I I I r fiV Iril fIIPpIliL11P rrun- I II Itt 111 jjtt jeamv f gclablePlcpnr1IionforAs slmilatingtheroodandllcgula INFAN IS H1LDKLN Promotes DigeslionCheerrul ness and ncstConlains neither piumMorphine nor ojneral NoTNARCOTICAryitafG4dQrflrYUfZPl1CNdR AryitafG4dQrflrYUfZPl1CNdRA R duJrr4- we Jed J l I IlirrJrdea forConsUpanon orms Convulsions Feverishness Bnd Loss oi Slut FAcsimile signature or NEW YORK 5 Dosrs JjC i NIS EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER ML CASTORIA Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signamre Y In- Use rr For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA r Kash JohnsonKashDEALERS Y General MerchandiseCO- UNTRY PRODUCE CI HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of the people of Hazel Green and vicinity to the 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 Domestics of which they sell at a small profit CASH their policy being Quick Sales and Small Profits Soliciting your trade which w hope merit fair dealing are respectfully yours f i Kash Johnson Kash uptodateLivery A1 n R r- I N Lookout fo- rCECIL BROS new advertisement whichwillt C appear next week perhaps Sam Kash of the firm Kash Sample says they are selling goods so fast and are kept so busy that they have no time torr 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 Imake room with the goods B F BOLIN- GUNDERTAKER CAMPTON KY NFORMS the citizens of Wolfe I adjoining counties that he carries a line of Coffin Caskets Burial Clothes and everything necessary to put away styleI16rSpecial on24 hours notice Quest made iforderdtTeams and back furnished funerals AM CAn fill onlere rtmbtooNjc f 4 For I of THE ostaue eerraav ssw teas om IN new all for to by we and the tlN E T ROSE s G SAMPLE YfrrROSER Attorneys and CounselorsatLaw 55CAMb This firm wHlp ticeln all tho Courts of WeMe and adj H CIOuntle Special totOotpelation Law and Real EatateLitigat aD41Traa l t- rt MIon iort 1flil j10 Jj11 it r J t f rL r 1 lr l 1 T I R I L r hrs iFilepsy I J Fits Convulsions or Spasms and St Vitus Dance are Nervous Diseases Most r cases can be cured by strengtheningand build 4ingup the nervous system To do this a nerve medi I cine is needed Dr Miles Nervine will be found efficacious and satisfac tory It has cured many r I cases of these diseases and we believe it will cure you We can give e you names of many who have been cured through its use Write for advice John had epilepsy for years andafter having him treated by specialists for over 2 years he still continued to have spells I had almost given up In despair but know I Jng the virtue of Dr Miles AntiPain Pills for sick headache I concluded to try the Nervine During June 1906 I a gave him a teaspoonful three times a day then In July I gave It as directed y and I could see that he was Improving and he has not had a spell sInce August 28 1906 and has taken no medicine since Jan 07 I am writing the case just as it is hoping It will Induce others to try It- N H ALLISON Mooresville N C Your druggist tells Dr Mlles Nary ine and we authorize him to return price of fallsyouto benefit Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind A PROMPT EFFECTIVE REMEDY FOR ALL FORMS OF RHEUMATISMLsmbaga NIKlndadOlaaiaaaaa GIVES QUICK RELIEF Applied externally It affords almost In i giant relief from pain while permanent results are betas effected by taking it Internally c purifying the blood dissolving the poisonous substance 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big roun dollar spent with him will bring you more in return than it would anywhere Country produce and railroad ties take in exchange for goods and your patronage is respectfully solicited Until you buy from him you will never know how much you can savei l KILL TOE COUCH Mm CURE THE LUNGS ie Kingsr1 DiscoveryII FOR COUCH8 T1lil aopau- i Bolas ErN AND AlL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES t GUALA1rTEKD8ATIsPAoTOg- ii Da XOV3CT REFUHDED s nn DAY HOUSE Hazel Croon Ky JMrs IOU DAY TopHeto r eattablefare In Eastern Kentucky J large ae pie room connected heated ant i ijifhtea epeoialacdater I v t sfly t tiA Dt1CIYDltNBLS Carefully Cellateft anl Concisely Cbroiiolei Ed Schmitt and two children were poisoned last week at Hopkinsville by eating salad One child is in a critical conditionJacob Harper was shot and killed the other night on Sinking creek near Olive Hill His brotherinlaw L Johnson is charged with the crime Night riders from Kentucky have in vaded the tobacco districts of Ohio aud now the Ohio side of the river is patroled by mounted troops and secret service men Watch for developments in our neighbor state A severe twister storm passed overf a portion of Franklin county one night last week Near Choatville it unroofed and demolished a number of housesii barns fences etc but no lives were lost though a number of persons were moreII or less injured Within a few days there will be dis tributed from the Adjutant Generals office 30000 among the Kentcky sol t diers who took part in the SpanishAmer lean war It is to pay the men for the I time they remained in camp until mus tered into senlcett While rushing to a fire Capt John Kraemer of No 10 reel of Louisville was thrown from his seat next to the driver and striking ou his head was in stantly killed The firemen stopped long t enough to lay the body on the curbing where friends took charge of it Henry Fraley shot and killed his brother I George Fraley one night last week at Morehead They had quarreledover a piece of land George waa acquitted only a short time ago of the murder of Sebron Prophet who was shot from ambush 1 while riding on a water wagon Lawrence Bruner of Haweaville char ged with the betrayal of his 16yearold I sisterinlaw Ruey Nichols who recent ly became a mother was arrested in Pa- ducah I and taken back to Hawesville Mob violence was feared and the sheriff slipped his prisoner through a by street to jailcc In a feud battle between the Brown and Mitchell factions on the LetcberI Perry border Isaac Brown of the Brown faction was killed and Bob Brown of the same faction seriously wounded William Mitchell leader of the Mitchell gang and who had killed several men was fatally shot Notwithstanding troops are on duty in various parts of the state destroying tobacco bedfc and other depredations still continual in the tobacco growing dis tricte Wholesale arrests are being made ill along the line If a few of the ring leaders were hanged the rank and file would soon disperse The persistent efforts of the citizens of Mt Sterling for the past twenty years to have the C O railroad company build a new depot in that city have at last brought victory The state railroad commission has ordered the company to build a new depot and tbat work on the same must begin within 90 days Hilary Clark of near Clarkson Gray son county owns a cat that has two heads yet but only two eyes and two ears It possesses two faces and two mouths and can eat with either or both mouths at will It can exterminate as many rodents as two ordinary cats andI catches them with either mouth While reaching after a tennis ball inI Bear Creek near Louisville the bank gave way precipitating Edwin Dickman aged 13 into the swirling waters and all efforts on the part of his older brother and a playmate were unavailing andI the little fellow was swept by the relent less current into the raging waters oft the Ohio river- Information has been received at thei Adjutant Generals office in Frankfort that two negroes had been killed and a white man seriously wounded in Madi I son county a few nights ago by a well I known tobacco grower whose property had been threatened The informant says that half a dozen men called on the grower late at night and made peremptory demand that he destroy his tobacco beds and on his refusal to do so took I FOR- NEURALGIA SCIATICA RHEUMATISM BACKACHEPAIN DISTRESS IN STOMACH I t SLEEPLESSNESS N for Lade Ills l L matters in hand themselves While engaged in the destruction the grower fired on them with the result stated Rev J W Mitchell for half a cen fury a Methodit minister died suddonl at his home in Covington last week During his life he witnessed the conver lion of oyer 5000 persons and officiated at about the same number of funerals He was chaplain of a Confederate Kentucky regiment during the war Hiiil remains were taken to Louisville for intermentOne the most unique weddings It the history of Eastern Kentucky occurred on Upper Rock creek it Letchei county Sunday night when young Leonard Hall barely 15 son of Elder Jot Hall a hardshell minister was married to little Miss Annie Profit barely 12 daughter of Mrs Sarah Profitt a poor widow The father of the groom officiated at the wedding Going to see the circus at Frankfort last week caused City Marshal Enos Dowling of Tyrone to have served on him papers in a 15000 damage suit brought by Wm Edwards who claims he was unlawfully arrested and confined by Dowling on the charge of attempted murder Bowlings popularity at home caused Edwards to wait until Dowling got away from Anderson county Reports from Louisville say that the Republican convention held there recently was a bowling mob and more disorderly than the Music Hall convention which nominated William Goebel and although 35 extra policemen were eta tioned in the hall Chairman D 0 Ed wards at no time had it under control It is said to have been the most disorderly convention ever witnessed Learning that he had been indicted for alleged complicity in the robbery of the Bandana Bank April 23 Ernest El mendorf surrendered to the chief of police of Paducah His arrest WAS the fourth in the case and two men are still at large A few years ago Elmendorf and Spotty Wing a Cincinnati crook were sent up for blowing a safe at lola Livingston county Wing got 14 years and Elmendorf two The latter was pardoned What might have proved a serious outbreak and wholesale delivery of Iron victs at the Frankfort penitentiary last week was averted by the timely discovery and prompt action of Warden EE Mudd A saw was found in the Dell of one of the negro prisoners and a- key to the lock in another cell near by A thorough search brought to light fully a peck of homemade knives some long and some short hidden away in the cells of the negro quarters Twentyone men were arrested in Lyon county and taken to Marion on the charge of night riding andmarauding in Crittenden county They were released on bail and as soon as twelve of the number had reached home they were arrested by the sheriff of Lyon county charged with being members of the gang that whipped nine persons andshot up Eddyvllle last February They gave bond and were at once rearrested depredationsiAt Shaker Ferry near High Bridge on the Kentucky river Henry Benfro shot James Henry three times The men were taking some rafts of logs to Frankfortbut were unable to get through the lock on account of high water and while wuiting got to drinking and quarreled Henry started at Renfro with an ax and Renfro fired with the result stated The day previous Henry load I c IiGreat suffering is thelot of all women yho neglect the health of their wo manly organs No reason to do so any more than to neglect as sore throat colic or any other disease that the right kind of medicine will cure Take ij of Carduilfor all your womanly ills It can never do harm and is certain to do good Mrs Same H Blair of Johnson City Tenn writes I had suffered from womanly troubles for sjfc i teen months 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