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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i oi 1 Iiii HAZEL c GRE1 HERALD f f fr 0 Established March 4 1886 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Oontlnent by Max ORell 0 Io f ifL 8PKNOEU Owner eoornnThe Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains I100 a Year in Alliance u uu u n TWENTYTHIRD YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 21 1008 NUMBER 41 t Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect NoV 18 1006 I WEST BOUND Nol K Daily ex K STATIONS 2Dallyand Sunday m S Sunday A 5I AraPMArr6 10 am 0 Jackson 0 2 20 pm 6 16 pm OK Junction 2 25 pm 7 07 am 20 BeattyveJc 20 3 20 pm 7 30 am 40 Torrent 40 3 41 pm 7 45 am 44 Nat Bridge 44 3 65 pm 7 43 am Campton Juntn 3 57 pm 8 15 am 57 iatanton 57 4 26 pm 8 25am 62 Clay City 62 4 35 pm 9OOam 70 LEJuncn 70 507 pm 9 12 am 90 Winchester 90 5 20 pm 39 b5 am 04 Lexington 94 0 05 pm I t tEAST BOUND No2 = No4 Sunday Dally ex III Dally Sunday and PM LveAMly2 25 pm 0 Lexington 0 7 36 am 3 10 pmlO Winchester 20 8 13 am 3 25 prnf LEJunctionJ I 8 26 pm 4 00 pm 40 Clay City 40 9 02 am 4 lO pm 44 Stanton1 44 910 am 4 40 pmf Campton Juntni 38 pm 4 45 pm 57 Nat Bridge 57 19 43 am 4 57 pm 62 Torrent 62 56 am 5 18 pm 70 eaUyveJc am 6 10 pm 90 OKJuncn 7011017 am 6i5 pm 94 Jackson am CONNECTIONS- L E JUNCTIONTrains Nos 12 and I p 3 will make connection with the COKy for lit Sterling QAMPTON JUNCTION Trains Nos 1 2 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central Ky for Pine Ridge and Campton BKATTYVLLB JUNCTION Trains Nos 2 and 4 will make connection at Beattyville h with the L arid A Railway for passengers to and from Beattyville t O K JUNCTION Trains Nos 3 and 4 connect with the O K Railway for local stations on the O K Railway- W A MCDOWELL General Manager OHASSCOTTUenPass Agent i OMO gllt1Wll Time Table May 21 I9O5 t WEST BOUND No 33No21 e Dally ex = STATIONS Daily ex t Sundaym S Sunday litpAna 0 27 PMARfi t 5 20 o Cannel City 22 12 35 I 4 55 11 Helechawa 20 12 19 I 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 3 52 22 Wilbur t 6 11 44 3 10 27 OK Junction 0 11 16 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND No34 I 1 No22 Dally ex STATIONS Daily ex Sunday p 7 Sunday AMLvBP1 LYE 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 I 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13Hampton 13 1 44 8 37 10 Wllhurst 20 1 51 0 25 1 OK Junction 22 2 25 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 I r J Nos 21 and 22 will make close connectioi At O K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for points on the Lexington and Eastern Rail MI L CONLEYwpoy Superintende- ntIJIoiiiitaiii GOntraI eiIrogee- No 1 No 2 DEPART ARRIVE r 600 a moo Carapton 1130 a m 200 p moo Campton 6 00pm t 1vaARRIVE DEPART 7 30 amCampn JunolO 05 am 3 BO pmQampu Juno 4 4Q pm IThe Mountain Central makes ui connection with all L E passenger k trains rW JaS HENRY ileniiiiuart r Jackson KYY Y f BKPBR8KNTIKU f THE JOSEPH G REED CO Wholesale Dry Goods and Notions PORTSMOUTH OHIO Solicits tho trade of the merchants of East and guarantees prices andera Kentucky J quality of goo us Hold orders for him 4 v a 0 H WILLIAMS DRAAttt PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON r HAZEL GREEN KY Offers his profestional services to the cit JflA if L zens of Hazel Green and surrounding coup irrr and will answer all calls of affliction vV offio at his residence adjoining Haze- S 1 J Owen Bank RhV Ylr1Jaia IWle4vr we OC 7 IfJi1l1W1ilJliP t L 4r1a ii t I R J f tr ttorJhof fl t l iJI u COUNTY NEWS11 Local Iteiiisofe71eral- interest in a majority of our renders especi ally distant friends CAMPTON CURRENCY 0 R J McLin of Hnzul Green was in town yesterday C C Fulks pf El Paso Texas is still visiting in and around CamptonThere were 29 applicants for certificates at the recent Teachers ExaminationThe John Watson living two miles west of Campton is dangerously ill and not expected to live A Mr King and family who recently removed here from Torrent are now in charge of the St Cloud Hotel Since the close of Circuit Court here most all the citizens of Camp ton have commenced fishing and farmingMrs Sam J Elkins of this place formerly Miss Millie Center visited her parents on Stillwater last week Sam Spencer A R Marshall and Wm Foreman have gone to the Kentucky river ou a fishing expeditionRey Miles Tolsontis con fined to his bed with typhoid fever Some fears are entertained by his friends that he may not recover Misses Minnie and Sailie Hurst accompanied by Kelly Kash and A R Marshall attended the open ing ball at Torrent Friday night Marriage licenses have been is sued to the following parties since our last letter Sam Banks and Martha Lawson and J W Hollon and Bello Elam Squire Elias Shocky and wife of near Hazel Green came over Sunday to see the latters son Alonzo Sherman who was shot about a week ago W L Byrd of Clark county has been in Campton during the last week grading papers and as sisting in conducting the Teach ers Examination At a meeting of the Republican precinct chairmen hero last week Mr G W Lovelace was reelooted as chairman of the Republican party of Wolfe county Grover Griffith who was tried in the Wolfe Circuit Court for the murder of Flem Conley was re leased on bail the jury having failed to agree on a verdict- S J Elkins has the contract of making out the Sheriffs tax books this year There is a 6 per cent raise on all tangible property or dered by the State Board of Equal ization The Campton Lumber and Mer cantile Company are this week moving their large stock of goods from tho Masonic Hall building to the Miller Childers store house just completed Recent guests of the Central Hotel J T Day Hazel Green j James I Hollon Hazel Green j Judge G T Center Stillwater Hon S MNickell West Liberty A B Dettmer Cincinnati L S Tippett New York Recent Wolfe County real estate transfers as is shown by records in County Clerks office Wm Gibbs to Isora Brewer considera 1Lion 000 located on t Stamper Branch Larkin Stamper t5 J M Brewer coniidoration 9000 ioWted 1 x li c f ilii 1jItt TO CORRESPONDENTS Iail your Items early so they will reach our office tnoruhgJiaridnyifnot lie published unless of unusual Im portance Advertise no ones Iniblnefs and write on rote Ride of the paper only Ion Devils Creek Sweet Wyatt to to Howard Tolson consideration 200 a town lot in Campton The trial of Grover Griffeth last weekcharged with the murder of Flem Conley resulted in a hung jury The most noted feature of the trial was the argument of our young Commonwealths Attorney Kelly Kaeh This was said by many to havo been one of the fin est prosecuting appeals before a jury that has been made here for some time May 19 S S A Californians Luck The luckiest day of my life was when I bought a box of Bucklens Arnica Salve writes Charles F Budahn of Tracy Cal Two 25y1 boxes cured me of an annoying case of itching piles which had troubled me for years and that yielded to no other treatment Sold under guarantee by all deal ers 5p TRENT TOPICS 0Quite a crowd of Stillwater folks attended church at Laurel Sunday Rev John Little was the guest of Jeff Edwards and family Sun day Owen Coldiron had two bee swarms and both of them left himJohn Ohair went to the big branch Sunday to seo his best girlCal Cnndiffs mule came very near breaking his arm Monday morningRev Little preached at Laurel Sunday A large crowd was present Misses Laura and Stanley Ma loney of Stillwater and Maggie Brown of Bethel were the guests of Stella Edwards from church SundayMay 18 Torsv Valued Same as Gold B G Stewart a merchant of Cedar View Miss saysIII tell my customers when they buy a box of Dr Kings New Life Pills they get the worth of that much gold in weight if afflicted with constipation malaria or biliousness Sold under guarantee by all healers 25y- 1STILLWATER SPARKLES 0 R C Wells is on the sick list Jeff M Rose visited his brother Robert J Rose Sunday Most of the farmers on this creek are about through planting cornThere were several from Still water who attended the meeting at Trent on Laurel Sunday Robert Rose Jr and family were stopping with S C Rose and family Saturday night George Buchanan and wife and daughter took dinner with Rev Jeff Brewer and family Sunday Jimmy Brown from Gosney villa was atchurch at Trent Sun day interviewing the opposite sex Old Aunt Rebecca Chambers whose illness has been mentioned in these columns before died at her home on this creek last week May 18 DOMINGO OA rOxA 19BoWA dtrM j- c I INSKO ITEMS 0W F Lacy lost a horse one day last week Elbert Bailey made a trip to Cannel City Saturday J W Bailey and wife spent Sunday with Wm Bailey Sr Andy Craso swapped two horses for a yoke of cattle last week Misses Janie and Mae Bailey and Messrs Ding Elan and Elbert Baily spent Sunday with E B Eland May 17 DInE It Reached the Spot E Humphrey who owns a large general store at Omega 0and is president of tho Adams county telephone 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 it heuls the sore spots and the weak spots in throat lungs and chest Sold under guarantee at all dealers 50p and 100 Trial bottle free SANDFIELD SIFTINGS o A Sundayschool was organized at this place Sunday Elma Wilson who has been ill for some time is no better at this writingGeorge Rose was visiting his brother Floyd the latter part of last week Mrs Mary Rose of Stillwater has been visiting her son Floyd Rose for the past week Abner Lawson of Pomeroyton made a flying trip to this place ono day last week on business The funerals of Monroe Wheeler and Gemima Lockhait will be preached at Union the first Sun day in June Miss Maud McNabb accompan ied by her father went to Camp ton Thursday to take the county examinationDied home of Floyd and 14thIIphysical aid could reach him Jesus took little Fred to live with him He was of a sweet goodnatured disposition although he was but six months of age He leaves a father mother a little sister and a host of relatives to mourn his departureWe yes we loved him But Jesus loved him more And he has sweetly called him To yonder shining shore The golden gate was open wide And Jesus voice saidcome And then our darling left us Fur his heavenly home May 18 SUNBEAM The Best in Kentucky This reputation has been estab 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 satisfy flat want by ordering the Herald in connection with TUB HAZEL GREEN HERALD The Her aIds staff of correspondents scat tered throughout the state and its source of news throughout the country especially in Washington DO enables it to give full and accurate reports of the conditions as they develop We have special clubbing ar rangements with them and can save you money See or write us not tho Louisville Herald Sun day and Daily Louisville Herald and THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD for only 275 I Y P i l f i t C 9t u DAYSBORO DOINGS e Quito a large crowdattended church at Neola Sunday James P Alexander was the guest of C1 Cunktiy nut family SundayGovernor Wilson was visiting his daughter Mrs C J Caskey SundayJames Wilson of this place had a slight attack of pneumonia but is able to be up again Miss Alice Wilson who has been under medical treatment for some time is gradually improving Doyle Oldfield and Claude Wil eon attended the cake cutting at Elsworth Lacys Saturday night C J Caskey has moved to his farm at this place and will move his store from Daysboro to his farmMrs Lee Hall who died at her home at Maytown Saturday night was buried at the Salem graveyard Monday Misses Lurio Davidson Ritta and Clemma Oldfield were the pleasant guests of Miss Minnie and Clemma Oldfield Saturday and Sunday Neal Nickell of Hazel Green was seen at this place again Sun day Wonder why he comes here so often There must be something here that attracts his atten tion very much The boys of this place attended the cake cutting at Elsworth Lacys Saturday night They re port a good time and a regular old hoedown dance South Cold iron and Jim Lacy made the musicLogan Wilson who left here the first of the year is going to school at Lexington and taking a busi ness course and telegraphy He writes that hu will complete his studies and be at home by the 1st of June May 18 Uso The Worlds Best Climate- is not entirely free from disease on the high elevations fevers prevail while on the lower levels ma laria is encountered to a greater or less extent according to alti tude To overcome climatic affec tions lassitude malaria jaundice biliousness fever and ague and general debility the most effective remedy is Electric Bitters the great alterative and blood purifier the antidote for every form of bodily weakness nervousness and insomnia Sold under guarantee by all dealers Price 50 cents GREASY CREEK GRIT 0 Gordon Haney and little son are low at this writing with fever Millard Dennis is treating hia home to a new dress of paint Sam Wilson is doing the work Mort Cecilof Murphy Fork passed through our village one day last week enroute to Ezel t Steve Dennis of Ezel was a guest of his cousin Stanley Dennis of this place on Saturday and Sunday A good crowd attended the meet ing held at the Greasy Creek Schoolhouse on Sunday Rev Harlan Murphy and Uncle Johns Adama preached interesting ser mons Miss Rose Lawson was bap tizedSaturdays rain cast a gloom oer the hearts of the Ezel Base Ball team as they were to meet the Hazel Green nine on that day Theyve got it in their heads that when these two famous teams meet they would make the H G team look like 80 cqnts May 11 POET un LANDSAW LACONICS e J W W Swango of Nenla visited his sister Mrs E T Kash on the night of the 18th Rolin Combs the ladles man a of Landsaw went on last Sunday we will not tell where Hiram Swango and wife were at this place Saturday and subscribed for THE HERALD while here Hiram Wiseman who waaserv king on the regular jury at Camp tun camp in home Saturday even- Ing Clovoland and Grant Rose were at Campton Friday and Saturday applicants for teachers certifi catesRoscoe Shackelford of Hazel Green was here the 19th on his a way to his saw mill on Holly CreekMiss Maggie and Lizzie Combs were at Landsaw the 10th shopdping and erstwhile visiting friends and relatives Joe Landrum went to Heleohawa the 16th and returned the same day with a new wagon bought of 1f Ben Murphy xl I Nathan Pence and wife of Holly visited Mrs Pences father W H Taylor from Saturday until Monday iN D Combs who has had a T large boundary of land on hand for some time has the clearing done and is now planting The farmers of this section are trying very hard to get up with their farm work but it rains so much that it seems impoooMe to do anything Arthur Kash of H G A companied by Andrew Cox over on the 13th and w Campton Friday to t3ktittiecouir ty teachers examination 4 Hen Dalton General Dalton 7r Sam Burchfield Henry Tibba and Sam Profit all of whom took a contract of clearing land and r making ready for the plow for E T Kash have same completed and will finish planting same to day the 18thCIThe Well to do Man still owus the old gray mare She is 19 years old has raised 14ooltsTvnine mules and five horse colts k Her owner has two mules and two horse colts on hand at this time Of the nine mules none have sold s for lees than 100 and went as n high as 200 All of the 14 colts have lived to be grown with the exception of one which is now f suckling and one in 1907 which got hurt and died after it was weaned Can onebeah this r otiMayf S100 Reward 100 iTile readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease thatscirence has been able to cure in all S its stages and that IB Catarrh I Halls Catarrh Cure is the onlypos itive cure known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a con stitutional disease requires a con i stitutional treatment Halls Ca J tarrh Cure taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mu + cous surfaces of the system there by destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the con t stitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors i have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer 100 for any case that it fails to cure Send k for list of testimonials Address F JifCHENKY Co Toledo Ohioii Sold byali druggista75- cTakealla Fainily Pills for censsi tion H4 v r i i l1 ll1 zr 7 L- rJr L1I t tJV l t mu nERo to I RritWedmttlie UaaelYareuPot- n I 2 4otaoeaseeoadolaimatter tiilw8 or JI SPENOBRCOOPER Editor r X y HAZEL GREEN KY i THURSDAY May 21 1908 v Y ANNOUNCEMENTS z 41 FOR OONGRESSI BYRDWe BYRDIsentative in Congress from the Tenth Cngressional District subject to the ac i tion of the Democratic party FOR CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE I fig GOURLEYWe are authorized to an Judge G W Gour t ley of Beattyville as a candidate for Circuit Judge of this the 23rd Judicial x i District subject to the action of the Re publican party r E ATTORNEYE4 r o I tlITirini nounce A H Stamper of Campion as a candidate for Common wealths Attorney of the 23rd Judicial t District to fill the unexpired term subject r to the action of the Democratic party yiOU We are authorized to announce nAOlli Kelly Kasb of Jackson as a LLcandidate for Commonwealths Attorney for the 23rd Judicial District subject to JY the action of the Republican party 0r FOR COUNTY JUDGE are authorized to anSWANGOWe J M Bud SWAN t GO asa candidate for the office of Coun yt ty Judge of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic party 5t5 5oWe are authorized to anSHOCKEV nounce ELIAS SHOOKE Y CountyJudgeaction of the Democratic party r J7 FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK y j I LINDENWe are authorized to announe Cesar Linden of Glllmore f as a candidate for the office of Circuit t Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to the Democratic primary 0FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK TUTTWe are authorized to announce 8 TUTT as a candidate for l the office of County Court Clerk of Wolfey county subject to the action of the Dem tocratic party t FOR SHERIFF to announceSUITHWeareauthorizedI candidate for the office of Sheriff of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic party toannouncoFI I as a can didate for Sheriffof Wolfe county sub ject to the action of tbe Democatic party I FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY ISAMPLE We are authorized to an- nouncerS G SAMPLE of l Campton as a candidate for County At torney of Wolfe county subject to tbe f1 action of the Democratic party 0r i FOR JAILER I DYERVeareauthQrizedtoannounce t the office of Jailer of Wolfe Countysub r ject to the action of the Democratic par tyIFOR ASSESSOR TVD1 We are authorized to announce 1 1 nfli D B Tyra of Stillwater as a candidate for Assessor of Wolfe county subject to the Democratic primaryI cYOH COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT are authorized to anTAULBEEWey JOHN W TAULtt yEEw Superintendent I tion of the Democratic party 0r annoucei1 a H E Oney of Hazel Green as a candidate for County Superintendent of Schools subject to the action of the k r Democratic primary Communicated l Our Circuit Court Y3 The May term of the Wolfe Cir cuit Court closed last Saturday after an eventful twoweeks ses sion Those who were present and heard Judge Adams instruct the Grand Jury on Monday May 4th will long remember the occasion for unquestionably it was the most table instruction ever delivered in I the Campton courthouse Many old men were heard to remark that they never in life heard any thing to beat it and some of them said that it reminded them of the + instructions of Judge Elliott when he was in his prime For more than two hours Judge Adams ad 4 4 dressed the jury in the presence E of a crowded courtroom and des pite the fact that the audience was uncomfortably jammed together in order to furnish standing room R for as many as possible there wasp rfect attention and it was evi 4 dent that the udienoe was held pellbound by the vivid way in1 I fobick orimo was depicted and ita 1II J I 1 f I f r 1 d 1tt J tlLDlI fI 1 k investigation recommended If any bootleggers were present they were surely made to wince for never before in the history of our Circuit Court waa the liquor traffic so strongly condemned as it was by Judge Adams He urged the Grand Jury to exhaust every clue to apprehend the parties who were unlawfully selling liquor and when found to handle them in such a way that others would be deterred from doing likewise The machinery of the court under the guidance of the master hand of Judge Adams proceeded with great dispatch from the out set The misdemeanor docket was disposed of in a businesslike man ner but when the felony docket was reached progress was slightly hindered because Judge Adams was disqualified to at in a num ber of the murder cases owing to the fact that while he was Com monwealths Attorney he had prosecuted thorn to hung juries However when the civil docket was taken up business moved with such rapidity as to make up for all lost time No one would place themselves in such an absurd position as to question Judge Adams ability as a criminal lawyer but a few po litical pettifoggers in this judicial district have had the audacity to say that he is not well qualified in civil law In response to such an insolent insinuation it is not necessary to say anything to the in telligent citizens of our county who know Judge Adams You who were present at the last term of our court and heard his rulings and opinions in the many civil cases that were adjudicated have firm and fixed ideas about this matter and if you love your coun try you will tell your friends and neighbors who were not so fortu nate as to be at Circuit Court just what your opinions are as to the qualifications of Judge Adams to fill the office he now holds The friends of Judge Adams are anxious for you to circulate your opinions as they feel sure the Judge could be placed before the people in no better light This judicial district can boast of having many able and honora ble lawyers but it has no one who is better qualified to be its circuit judge than is the Hon James P Adams regardless of age or politi cal affiliation Judge Adams is a graduate of one of the best law schools of our country and his ex tensive practice since his gradua tion has made him one of the fore most lawyers of the land He is just reaching the prime of life and his abilities both physical and mentalare now in their zenith He is noted for his energy and en durance which are two groat requi sites for a good judge What other qualities could we wish in a judge other than those that we find in Judge Adams It seems to us that he is perfect in so far as it is possible for a man to be perfect He is not too young nor too old too rich nor too poor but we think just right to make the best circuit judge that Eastern Kentucky ever produced He is a scholar and a gentleman in every sense of the term no man dare to question his good name and in the light of all this we are inclined to think that he is the man for the place Just as some of us are born to be hewers of wood and drawers of water so was James P Adams born to be a judge If a stranger should step into his courtroom and notice with what dignity and abil ity ho demeans himself as judge he would be inclined to think that Mr Adams had graced the bench for many years instead ofa few months It is as natural for Adams to be honest as it is for water to seek its level and it seems that all citizens who have had their cases determined before him have gone from the courthouse feeling that they have had a square deal reo YAEiPAHViANTLY Slmplyadd boll II- laWMsGcsenaidaee +a llcaerpickageat- rtlr 7WrSII eRwalinialt rea I rITgardlees of whether they lost or won Can we not at this time see the dawning of a now bra in our judicial world Can we not prom ise ourselves a security in person and property if James P Adams continues to be our Circuit Judge It seems to us that we can Cer tainly the last term of Circuit Court was a good one but it was not so good as will be the future terms hold by Judge Adams as he was laboring under a disadvantage at the last term owing to the pres sure of the coming election It is deplorable that such a great and good man as Judge Adams should have opposition in this race for we need his continued services in the courtroom without hitch or hinder Let us consider this mat ter carefully and do honor to him to whom honor is due The worst that can be said about Judge Adams is that he is not a man of wealth but we are inclined to think that the good citizens of Wolfe county will not fault him for this when they step into their booths to vote on the 20th day of next month A FRIEND George Sandifer had a slight spell of homesickness Saturday morning and at once left for Lexington to visit his wife and daughter The day before he celebrated his birthday anniversary with a dinner set in his honor by Mrs John H Rose and the presump tion prevails that he ate so much he had to take a rest Saturd- ayCAtSTORLA Dear theThe Kind You Nara Always Bowl signature Yd of Frank McGuire advance man and press agent of Haags Mighty Shows was here Monday and Tues day arranging for an exhibition of this great animal show which will be here Tuesday June 9 About 100 people are said to travol with this show and the performing aninimals include elephants lions tigers etc See big ad in our next weeks paper- Subscribe for THE HERALD OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes s i The kidneys are your dtblood purifiers they fil- terI out the waste or r Impurities In the blood If they are sick or out dofieI Pains aches and rheumatism come from excess I of uric acid In the neglectedkidneyi Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady thougntheyoverworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries- It used to be considered that only urinary kidneysbutnearlyallning In kidney trouble If you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and is sold on Its merits by all druggists In fifty cent and onedollar sizes You may have a SpBoofreeout If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y Donl make any mistake but remember lhzme Swamp Root Dr Khmers BinghamtoneiDOttiejj j 5TVENS I ICrop destroying furred and feathered pests are made short 1 shrift of with a reliable unerring STEVENS CFor Sport or Servicejj STEVENS RIFLES- SHOTGUNSPISTOLS we unsurpassedaNr i i 1 HIGH IN QUALITY I LOW IN PRICE Uyaamos Indlcwtatn tspfrnatrwnt dlnlIr matratrdad- rgatda DtocrIUnS eattextogS Uk Altar Wlt A aavxaa IISetandalad ISbtoraau J STEVENS ARMS ct TOOLCQ 1 a8ost49M c Fa Mu Republican Primary Election At meeting of the Republican Executive Committee of the 23rd Judicial District of Kentuckyheld in Irvine Ky April 23 1908 pursuant to notice duly given for tbe purpose of fixing the time place aud manner of nomina ting Republican candidates for tbe offices of Circuit Judge and Common wealths Attorney to be voted for at the November election 1908 in said district Present Breathltt J li Mc Liu by A M Arnold proxy Estill L H Flynn LeeH L Wheeler Wolfe G W Lovelace L H Flynu was made chairman of said meeting aud G W Lovelace waa 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 beheld at the regular and usual voting places therein in the said counties of Breath Itt EstIll Lee and Wolfe beginning at the hour of 6 oclock a 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 affill atlng with the Republican party and who will support the nominee of said primary election and who are now or will bo legal voters at the regular November election 1908 and who shall be legal electors and voters The said pri respectsinlaws of Kentucky and the rules of the Republican party governing such elec tions Within two days after the date ofsaid 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 tbe respective counties who shall on the third day after said election at 10 oclock a m compare and canvass the returns of saki 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 tbe chairman of said district and on tbe 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 tbe successful candidates The expense of said primary election is estimated to be Seven Hundred Dollars paidbyonehalf to be paid by the candidates AttorneyNotice givenbyof the newspapers in said district and by posting a copy of this call on tbe 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 treasurer his proportionate part of the expen ses of said election On motion it was ordered that this committee adjourn to meet at Beatty ville Ky Friday June 6 1908 This April 23 1908 L H FLYNN Chairman SecretaryAG W LoNFLACE Sec miSS Falag long THE MILLINER HAZEL GREEN KY Invites the ladies of Hazel Green inspeottheand Untrimmed Hats Frames Flowers Feathers Ribbons Etc just received from her Cincinnati buyer and embracing latest out Laflies fieaiMe Skirts in Voile Panama and Linen Readymade Waists a specialty in Silk and Wash Goods Latest in Belts and Col lars including a tasty collection Underwear Hosiery Embroidery Laces o in great profusion rpYour patronage is respectfully solicited RespectfullyFALAY GEORGE RICE UNDERTAKERHAZEL I have several fine Coffins in my and am prepared to make any style to order and on the moat reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse and will attend all burials when so requested Public patronage is respectfully solicited 25tf GEO RICE J r t TRY YOUR LUCK OJgl gffOOOJOOOIOOOOO +OOOoooooo000000000000000000 25 in Free Presents Ii t OOOOOfOOOOOOOOOIOO OO +ooooo4Heooveaooeeeeeeaeaaa eaii The Wolfe County Democratic Primary Election to select candidates for the various county offices will be held insthe 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 comingDemocraticThe price of THE HERALD is 8100 a year in advance and every subscriber is entitled to one estimate Old subscribers who pay up arrearages and one year in ad vance are also entitled to one estimate The one who sends in the closest estimate will receive a gold plated watch and chain next nearest gold plated watch and aluminum fob next a fine razor c Use the estimate coupon attached Write verydistinctcoupon toJithis 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 AwardedTheo0platedO 650The6 50American 50I50voteo DOvoteI 11ASI8 UPON TVlIICn TO MAKE ESTIMATE The total Democratic vote polled in the Congressional el ection of 1900 was 879 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August 31 under any circumstances Send your subscription orders to this paperNOT to the CourierJournal imes Address THE HERALD 1 1 Let Us Be Your Waiter 4 W 1foeI exacting typographic appetite People who have partaken of our excellent service comeback for a second serviag Our prices awe di1m- ost reasonable too and you can always delIi pend on us giviag your orders the mat pflMftf- tlna J I t14 f Call at this tact sad tek cnr our rn r t rii t lnrrw M A J k t Without 4 4Alcohol WithoutAlcoholrf yr A Body Builder Without Alcohol A Blood Purifier Without Alcohol xaAGreat Alterative Without Alcohol A Doctors Medicine Without Alcohol flyers Sarsaparilla WithoutAlcohol- We publish ear fbrmaui benh alcohol A from our miilleliMi ersWeoam you your to Ayers Pills are liver pills They act directly on the liver make more bile secreted This is why they are so valu able In constipation biliousness dys pepsia sick headache Ask your doctor if he knows a better laxative pill Kad by tht J O Jan 00 Lowell Itut THE HERALD DRINK WAINSCOTTS POP Judge G T Center was here Sunday to see Mrs J T Day and shaking hands with friends 0 F Kaeh returned Saturday from Campton where he has been the past two weeks as juryman John Bailey and wife of Ebon Morgan county were here Tuesday to have some dental work done John M Rose left Saturday for Mt Sterling to attend the county court day sales at that place Mon day W B Johnson is clerking for John M Rose while the latter is attending Mt Sterling court day salesMiss Lucy Niokell returned from Slidell Ill laet Friday where she has been with her sister Mrs Quincy Jaggers osattss 1 CII ICtaa- agt uTheKind You Han Always Bought lUSnstats +Of t Mrs Butler Hughes and little daughter of Pomeroyton are vis iting her parents Dr A C Nick M ell and wife Mrs Emma Evans has the thanks of the editor and his better seveneighths for several messes of lettuce and radishes Mrs Ed Cecil will please accept the thanks of our better seven eighths for a beautiful bouquet of red red roses and fringe grass The third team of the Hazel Green base ball league played the Ezel boys Saturday on the latters diamond and were beaten by the score of 12 to 0 CASTORIAI for Infanta and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- ignaturo of Miss Josie Wheeler of this i place left Monday for Oklahoma where her sister Mrs Nettie Mc Guire lives and will remain with her for an indefinite period i Kelly Rose of Stillwater is representing G W Wainscott of Winchester and was interviewing our merchants Monday from whom be secured some orders Mrs Maud Kash accom led by two young lady friomHamilton College Ler will be here Friday to takoom menoementI There will be a game of ball at this place Monday between theg West Liberty nine and the Hazel Green team which will rje played- on the diamond of the hone team James M Dyer of Hebdrioks was here Tuesday and renewed his t subscription when he told us he iistraveling for a tobacco hiuso at Danville with a couple of linos on the side I The second nine of the Hazel y Green bate ball league will cross bats with the first nine or the Compton team Saturday f cnf tat to boson the grounds taro sv fearJew is n 1 4 R J MoLin left Monday for Torrent and Winchester after which ho will go to Rose Hill Va to see his father JB MoLin Sr who still remains in a preca rious condition George Dyer the onliest candi date for Jailer of Wolfe County made a flying trip to Montgomery county Tuesday to bring back his niece Miss Flo Blaukeuship and he will return today Miss Floretta South former music teacher of tho Academy accompanied by a Miss Coleman of Louisville came in Saturday to attendcommencement exercises Miss Coleman is to be a teacher during next year Dr A 0 Nickell tells us he will be compelled to break up house keeping owing to his wifes failing health and offers his house gar den barn and a fine well of water for rent This is a nice little homo that some one may rent at aba gain by applying to him at once in time for garden tf Friends of the Academy should remember the baccalaureate serv ices at the Christian Church Sun day when Dr Hubbell of Ken tacky University will deliver an address morning and evening Also that the commencement ex ercises begin Wednesday morning at 1030 at Pearre Hall Mesdames Curt Gevedon and Joe Gevedon of Grassy Creek were in town Tuesday on a shopping tour and stopped at our office out of a shower Dr Curt who was their escort subscribed for THE HERALD and the Louisville Times after which the ladies bought some nice hats of Miss Falay Long the mil liner Mrs Virgie Rose has thd thanks of the editor and his better seven eighths for a fine fat chicken which took the place of the one intended for our birthday dinner that was captured by George Sand ifer and her hubby Sandifer had a birthday dinner Friday but the editor had the choice chicken and the laugh is on George Home Company Loses In the case of the Hazel Green Oil and Gas Company against S R Collier the Court of Appeals affirmed the judgment of the Mor gan Circuit Court The appellant claimed he had a vested right in a gas well discovered on the farm of Holly Wilson leased to the com pany but on the failure to further develop it the lease was turned over to the appellee The court holds that appellants lease had expired They Deniges Uv Hit The report having gone forth that some of the Academy boys en route to Ezel Saturday were guilty of misbehavior profane and obscene language in the presence of a lady our Man About Town interviewed the four young stu dents Each one plead not guilty to the charge saying that all they did was to give the college yell and surely there is nothing offensive about that We are glad to set these boys right as such re sorts are against the school Admission Fees Charged The management of Hazel Green Academy announce that the fee for admission to the different en tertainments etc will be as fol lows viz On Saturday and Wed nesday nights 15o admission will be charged all students who en rolled at the spring term and all other children under 12 years of age Other people will be charged a fee of 25c as admissionpri mary students free Admission to the young ladies contests on Tues day night and to the boys contests on Wednesday night an admission fee of lOo will bo charged each night The proceeds derived from these admissions will be used to improve and beautify the school grounds and not to make money All who hold a just pride in the institution will be glad to con tribute in this way and it is hoped levuaJI t 1 tr7 rrk ttft r 1 i i 01 I i t ii- Jr If f J V j f i r A Double Birthiay Diiier Quite a nice little birthday din ner was tendered Miss Pearl Troy and Miss Mae Williams Sunday by the parents of the latter Miss Maes birthday was Saturday and Miss Pearls was on Monday By having the dinner Sunday a happy medium was struck Their re speotive ages we did not learn and it would be impolite to inquire t about so delicate a subject but we believe Mae was sweet sixteen Only Dr Williams immediate family and a few intimate friends were at the festal board A Little Hero The little eightyearold son of Ellis Johnson Robert had a very narrow escape from daath Monday evening and proved to be a little hero He rode a showmans horse to water and after drinking the horse started and ran to the John M Rose corner i thence down the street known as Broadway to Dr Niokells residence when he turn ed and ran Jack to the Rose cor ner Some 10or 12 men among them Charley Cecil there stopped him and took the boy off The distance traversed was about one mile and the little follow heldon like Trojan trooper until he was rescued He was not badly soared nor did the horse appear frIghten- ed but seemed to have been train ed to the stunt All who saw the runaway congratulated Bobby on his escape and crowned him a hero for his courage Why I am a Candidate- To the Demooratio Voters of Wolfe county and my Constituents 1 Because I feel that by natu ral endowments and scholastic attainments I am thoroughly com petent to do with credit any and all business which may come under the supervision of the office for which I am a candidate 2 Because by right a clear track is duo me on the part of J W Taulbee whose announcement ap peared in last weeks issue I was a candidate before the last pri mary It not being wise for both Mr Taulbee and myself to make the race for the same office both living in the same precinct so by mutual agreement I agreed to come off and give him a clear trackand he in turn agreed to give me a clear track and his in fluence before the coming primary I have always been one of his most ardent supporters always voting for him and assisting him in many other ways even to a sacrifice to myself He now claims it is not my time and I am too young I gave him a clear track the other time Now whose time is it and I am 81 years old Beokham was Governor at 31 Pray to be a County Superintendent does one have to be older than the Gover nor I was not born with a silver spoon in my mouth nor rocked in the cradle of luxury But it is no disgrace to be poor In all my poverty I come before the people as true a Democrat as ever wore a straw hat or went barefooted in March and announce myself a candidate for the Democratic nomination for the office of Su perintendent of Common Schools Wolfe county I make no prom ises as to what I will do if elected I wear no mans collar But place in my hands the banner which marks your sacred trust and I do promise by the hills that seem eternal by tho streams that flow on forever by the stars that wan der through the ethereal blue that it shall never trail in the dust but will be borne aloft until its silken folds unfurls upon the topmost heights of victory As a Democrat Istep in the political areana j as a Democrat I shall soar on wings of victory or go t down into the dreamless silence of the tongueless dust of defeat But if someother Democrat wins this nomination over me I will not sulk in the camp but will rally around the standard bearer of I Democracy and when tho enemies fierce glare shall paint hell on the skies I shall ever be found at my post of duty Asking a favorable consideration I trulyH I Left Wife and CUldrenDeititnte A young mother with five chil dren the youngest of which is but six weeks old left hungry and pen iless the father having gone to parts unknown with an avowal never to return is the pathetic predicament surrounding Mrs Mattie Witt who has been residing with her husband at 325 East Fifth street According to the story told a reporter by the unassuming little woman the husband J H Witt who has been employed for some time as a laborer at the Lexington Roller Mills left home Thursday apparently for his work but at night did not show up at home Late in the evening she stated she received a long distance telephone message from him stating that she might as well take the child ren and go back to Jackson Ky from the moutains near which was her home because he never in tended to return Why he should act in that way I do not know said the heart broken woman between her sobs He never treated us right he drankand caused us to go hungry at times but I didnt think he would ever dc this My God what will I do with not a cent in the house no coal no food nor any thing else Two of the children left were by the mans former wife the remain ing three being the present wifes childrenThe local Associated Charity Organization has taken the case up and will no doubt keep them from suffering until the children can be placed in a charitable institution and the mother sent to the home of her father near Jack sonThe case as to Witt has been turned over to the police depart ment The mother is about 25 years of ageLexington Herald May 18 COURIERJOURNAL CUTS A Special Rate of 5125 for the Campaign and Election For the first time in its history the CourierJournal has made a special cut rate on its daily for the campaign The regular price of the paper is 0 a year or 8 for six months For the campaign a rate of 125 has been made to apply to orders received daring the months of June July and Au gust After August 81 the regular rates will be in effect Subscrip tions received during these months at this rate will be entered on the CourierJournal mailing list until December 1 next when all will ex pireSend in your orders at once through this paper The earlier you get in the more papers you receiveHenry Watterson has announc ed that the CourierJournal will support the Democratic ticket from end to end and he believes the ticket will win in November The Louisville Times edited by Col W B Haldeman has mad0 the same rate 125 under the same conditions The Times is the best Democratic afternoon paper printed anywhere Flying Dutchman J T Day while in Cincinnati recently bought steam merrygo round with 40 figures and an auto matic steam band It will arrive today and at once be put up ou the livery stable lot ARElYOUTSURE trleUrPUREDo you know that the makers hand wire eleenflies excluded from UI factory keptSanitary IA wby eke any ehanee where your health IU concerned I Why not MAKE AND FREEZE YOUR OWN ICE CREAM In 10 MINUTES FOR Ila A PLATE wi- fiiJeH0 ICE CPJHD Powder It U to eaiy Simply stir content of ont iSo package Into a quart of milk and freeze without cooking beating or the ad dltlon of anything else This makei two Quarts of tct cream clean pure and who tomt A good lea cream freezer can bet bought for a dollar or two which will for years and will soon tart 1U cot 2 package JELIrO ICE CREAM Pow dcr for cflawrtf Ctocolatt Vanilla Straw Wry Loot and Unflavartd SeW bJal1aooaa- rn iillza 1lti flail taM V yeX Yo- II I rrVJdiWtWt Yrrii I Tho Kind You Havo Always Bought and which has been In use for over 30 years has home tho signature of rt and has been mado under his pers- onal1L supervIsion sinco its infltncy Allow no ono todeceive you in this AH Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Costoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gorIc Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic 1 substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Fcverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kiwi You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 3O Years THe CCNTAU COM Allr TT HUKKAT BTIIICT New TORK CITY Kash JohnsonKashDEALERS IN General Merchandise COUNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of the people of Hazel Green and vicinity to the new stock of goods they hove just received embracing general stores + Staple and Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoes Clothing Fruits and a Vegetables in season Farmers Hardware c and especially their Shield Brand Clothing Dress Goods Latest Prints Domestics all of which they sell at a small profit for CASH their policy being Quick Sales and Small Profits Soliciting your trade whichwe hope to merit by fair dealing we are respectfully yourst j Kash JOhnsOIKashe t I A uptodateLivery f 1 Lookout fo- rCECIL BROS new advertisement which will appear next week perhapshyPLZ ti 22t Sam Kash of the firm Kash Sample says they are sellingifast andare fbusywritean advertisement and heYsays if they had a new ad they would have to hire another as sistant for which they can not make room with the goods 4BaUNDERTAKER ROSE SAMPLE CAMPTON KYAttorneys and CounselorsatLaw KYthoi line of Coffins Caskets Burial Clothes This firm will practice in all the Courts and everything necessary to put away of Wnlfoaind adjacent counties Special the dead in dececent style attention glVen to Corporation Law and Bfi Special caskets supplied on 24 Real Estate Litigation hours noticesfinest made if ordefedp JJtTeams and backt furnished fuaeraleTradcrp 8eeoadFloa1 Farmers and Also can fill orde lTaek I 1tJI iitst I- q 1r- t o Ii fI M I nj tf TfY JJ trrtc 1 tf f 4r c f y tIlT yjJk DEcr CURBS L RHEUMATISM LUMBAGO SCIATICA F andFI MOPS taken Intemallrrldi the blood of the poisonous matter aDd acids which are the direct causes of tbeie diseases Applied externally It affords almost In stant relief from palo while a permanent rare li betas effected by purifying the J blood dissolving the poisonous lub 4 taneemfli removing It from the system LANDorI bid bMaaiaffmrfortnambtrot jMnwith Lambafo and Rbamatltm In mr trail uulUffiudtrl ail llithttlM iild and alto eonialUd l aihnmofthbatD J baUoaDc1 netbInW bt gun tb relief obtained from SDROFB I ibail preewlbe It In 107 pracUo for rneomatUm and kindred atr- ara1FREE RbeumatlsmNeurataldied disease write to us for a trial bottle of 50 DROPS and test it yourself DROPS can ba used any length of time without acquiring a drug habitas It Is entirely free of opium cocaine a l mllarInLargest nettle CDROP SOODM f UVO rSalebl n f Iite- SWAKSOB RHEUMATIC lORE COMMIT kVyt 80 10 lfc Strap Oklaaga f j BEN MURPHY DEALER IN GENERAL STORES NEOLA KY Offers the citizens in and around Hele achawa the best line of goods ever seen in h this section at the price A big round dollar spent with him will bring you more in return than it would anywhere Country produce and railroad ties taken in exchange for goods and your patron age is respectfully solicited Until you buy from him you will never know how much you can save I KILL THE COUCH urn CURE THE LUNGS fY IIWITH Dr Kings I New Discovery 1QFree oo AND ALL THROAT AND LUNGTROUBLES GUAnANTDD SATISFAOrOB OK ONEYBEPUNDED DAY HOUSE Hazel Green Ky KnLOU DAY Proprietor heal table fare In Eastern Kentucky A rge ample room connected Heated and lighted by gas throughout and special ACo foanpdationstotraveihsgmen7r y t tl iT I KENTUCKY kERNELS Carefully Collated and Concisely Chronicled The Fayette grand jury investigated 82 cases nnd adjourned Friday after finding 48 indictments Members of each company of the State Guards will be drilled in the use of the Oatllng gun when they begin rifle practice near Frankfort Allen Winters had his hand badly crushed while working a plug ma chine in the Blue Grass Tobacco Fac tory at Lexington Friday Prof 0 A Leonard principal of the Cyntbiana Graded Schools has resigned andaccepted a position with Lees Col legiate Institute at Jackson In the Mercer Circuit Court Friday Mrs Emma Brewer was awarded 8000 against the Louisville Southern Railway She sued for 22000 for injuries received near Shelbyville Acting Governor Cox Friday pardoned Charles and Henry Carr brothers of Whitley county who were sentenced to the penitentiary for two years for con federating They had served fourteen monthsThe convenltlonconvened at the First Christian Church in Richmond last Friday evening at 730 oclock for a three days session Judge Bradford of the Bracken County Court Friday held James W Devaughn and Frank ugh to the grand jury for the alleged whipping of Lewis Kinney on May 4 The accused men are said to be night riders Ball was fixed at 500 in each case The twentythird annual session of theI Kentucky State Homeopathic Medical Society opened at the Phoenix Hotel at Lexington 1 oclock Friday afternoon for a two days session More than 60 prominent physicians from all parts of the State were in attendance The corner stone of the Millersburg Female College was laid at that place on Friday afternoon last under the auspices of Amity Lodge No 40 F and A M The occasion has been looked forward to for some time and had the weather been fair the large crowd would have been still larger At Lexington through Attorney J Franklin Wallace R A Jackson Friday afternoon sued the Lexington Railway Company for 5600 damages alleged to be due him for injuries received by being struck by a street car which was running on South Broadway between Hayman avenue and Chair avenue Governor Wilson was given a cordial and enthusiastic welcome by the Har vard graduates when he arrived in Phil adelphia last week to attend the meeting of the Associated Harvard Clubs A large number of students met him and after greeting him with three cheers sang My Old Kentucky Home Mrs J B Handcock vouches for the fact that a sow on her farm near Stur- gis Union county gave birth to a pig with a babys face She says she feedsI the little freak with a spoon while its nine brothers and sisters are able to feed in the conyentional way The pig has the face of a white baby all the features being perfectIBound from New York to the cotton fields of Tennessee and other States in Dixie 45 babies passed through Lex ington Friday morning Attended by trained nurses and two sisters of charity the youngsters filled a passenger coach of a Q and 0 train There were 24 boys and 21 girls Each child had a printedslip attached to its arm giving a printed history of it Michigan capitalists were at Clay City last week investigating the water power with the view of putting in a mammoth power houseto be run atjClay City by waterpower The party was very fa vorably impressed with the site at Clay City If the protect goes through this company will furnish electricity for power light and heat and will transmit the same to Winchester and Mt Ster J ling FOR- NEURALGIA SCIATICA RHEUMATISM BACKACHEPAIN DISTRESS IN STOMACH SLEEPLESSNESS A Bad Sign 323 LEE CITY LOCALS 0J M Arnett of Trent was here Saturday Farmers are planting corn this carnestIThe Saints held a meeting Saturday night and Sunday at their church house- Drummers are coming in here by the wholesale since Day is opening his old stand K K Spencer left here Satur day for Brushy where he and F P Wilson will preach Sunday Center Bros are going to sell goods in the stand where G W Center Sonsold previous to the panic Rey Combs closed his meeting conIvertedchurchRev D G Combs of Morehead began a protracted meeting here Monday and will continue as long as seems advisable James P Simer of Johnson county will be here Monday to look after some unfinished busi ness he did not get straight when leaving here last fall R B Rose who has been run ning a blacksmith shop here since last fall went to work on the sec tion Monday morning A M Nickell who came here from your town to buy Mr Days opening stock left Tuesday with out buying on account of the store building not being ready to receive the goods J H Stricklin Co shipped 12 carloads of ties last week That is more business than we are used to in ono week but would like for John to give us a little extra work right along now W T McGuire of Jackson came here Monday to take charge of J T Days store But on ac count of so much rain the carpen ters did not have the building ready so he will wait until it isI ccmpleted He has bought a bill of clothing and dry goods which will arrive about the time the store is ready for use May 18 A R TREEFruit and Ornamental Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Our Strawberry Plants are moneymakers Tryem WRITE FOR FREE CATALOG WE HAVE NO AGENTS H F HILLENMEYER SONS LEXINGTON KY Irregularity is bad In every department of life in meals in sleeping hours but especially when it is question of womanly habit Not only is it a sign of female disease but unless cured it will cause dangerous troubles because ofII the poisons thus allowed to remain in the system- If you suffer in this way get a bottle of ofMrs Lucinda Johnson of Fish Creek Wis writes I suffered for fourteen 14 years with Irregu larity catalog great pain At last I tried Cardui and now I am cured At all druggists In 1 bottles today for afree copy of valuable 64pace Illustrated Book for Women If you need Medical WRITE US1 A LETTERWrite describe your aymptoms tln MMedicineCo sent In plain sealed envelope Ladles Advisory Dept The ttanooonga Chattanooga Term GET RICH QUICK 11101 Schemes 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 in mind it is an opportune moment Co consider causes and means to avoid like trouble in the future Direct your attention to that greatest of all Newspapers the Cin cinnati Enquirer From its columns one can readily detect the trend of currency its lodging places by whom handled uses made of it and final results o Again you read quotations of Bonds Stocks and Securities of every nature fixing Status of Jl1 1 business from the retailer to Unite States Government Also Current News facts and reliable data covering the entire world all sufficiently explicit to enable thinking people to avoid snags and follow the channel of success Its extra size and high price iis the secret of its ability to discover obtain print and serve iits patron- with all the news and cater to wants of people iu every calling of life The Weekly Enquirer for thq year 1903 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 Ohio is one of the most reliable sources of information Buggies l 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 han die anything but firstclass buggies and those who want cheap claptraps will bave to go elsewhere R Remember if you want a FIRST GLASS 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 IQO e WinonostOI Bank I WINCHESTER KY N H WITHERSPOON President Paid Up Capital i 810000000 4 J Undivided 1rollti I 11000000 fHandsome Deposit orIcover I i 8BOOOOO00 This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and bus Loess men generally throughout East ern facilityandthemostllberalera every terms within the limits of legitimate j banking loct2ly I fo DRMILES ANTIPAIN PULLS Headache Wine Cardui II HAZELGREEN ACADEMY Spring Term Opens March 17th 1908 Special attention will be given to teachers who wish to review all the Common Branches in preparation for Spring Examinations The COURSES OF STUDY have been revised so as to afford the best advantages possible for young men and women who desire to bet ter prepare themselves for teaching or wish to prepare for the STATE CERTIFICATE or the STATE DIPLOMA The ACADEMIC COURSE well equips the student for the SOPH CollegesThe Faculty is composed of Nine Teachers Careful attention is given to each student TUITION IS FREE Incidental Fee of 500 is charged for the term Board with Heat and Light 200 per week Furnished Rooms Free Write for Catalogues M Ot CARTER SecyTreas1H JJI DERTHICK Principal Money to Burn If you have money to burn d d Keep it in the house where it may bo burned lost or stolon P P but if you want to keep it safely where it will always be ready for you when needed deposit it with us A bank taccount will give you a better business standing in l the community and a prestige that you may never It have enjoyed before If your name is not on our books we will be pleased to see it them before the close of the year 1008 8 THE HAZEL GREEN BANK e misses maple ana TroD announce to tho lladies of town and surrounding vicinity that theynow It have in stock their new and fresh Sjiili am Sinner Plilimergg Having spent several days in one of the most fashionable wholesale milII linery emporiums in the metropolis of Louisville they feel amply able to please the most fastidious tastes evenin cxtrcincst cases They also have a select line of LADIES FURNISHING GOODS such as Collars Belts Cloves EtcftssTtln addition to the Millinery Business we Lave a jDRESS MAKING DEPARTMENTt- o which we give our customers the belt advantage and from our line of literature with illustrations the best styles can be seen and used + We are located one door west of the postoflico Call and see our stock J for yourself Thanking you for your patronage during the past sea son and hoping to merit its continuance we are respectfully c MAPEL TROY If you have i- tHeadache Try One i 0 Vi I i They Relieve Pain Quickly leaving no bad Aftereffects h 25 Doses k 25 C ntsrNever Sol in Bulk r I I j4