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Lexington 94 0 05 p- mt EAST BOUND No2 zNo4e Dally an d Sunday Dally ex IiII m Sunday PM LveAMLy2 25 pm 0 Lexington 0 7 36 amI- S 10 pmlO Winchester 20 813 am 3 25 prnf LAEJonctlon 8 26 pm 4 00 pm 40 Clay City 40 9 02 am 4 10 pm 44 Stanton1 44 9 10 am 4 40 pm Campton Juntn 9 38 pm 4 45 pm 57 Nat Bridge 67 9 43 am 4 67 pm 62 Torrent 62 9 66 am b 18 pm 70 BeattyveJo am 8 10 pm 90 OKJuncn 7011017 am 8 l5 pm 94 Jackson am CONNECTIONS- L 4 E JnHCTioHTralni Noi 12 and 3 will make connection with the C A O By for Mt Sterling CAMPTON JUNCTION Trains Nos 1 2 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central nCsmptonWTTYVLLK NOR 2 and 4 will make connection at Beattyviue with the L and A Railway for pawfngen to and from Beattyvllle O K JUNCTIONTrains Nos 3 and 4 with the 0 4 K Railway for local stations on the O K Railway W A MCDOWELL General Manager OHAS8COTTUenPais Agent onto Kontuokgg RaDwan Time Table May 21 I9OB WESTBOUND No 33 i IKI No21 I Daily ex If STATIONS Daily ex Sunaay t1 Sunay I PM Asa 0 27PM ARB 6 20 6 Cannel City 22 12 35 4 b5 11 Helechawa 20 12 19 Y 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13- C05t 20Hampton 11 1151 3 52 22 Wilhurit 6 11 44 340 27 OK Junction 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND No34 K I No2 Dally ex STATIONS Dally et Sunday f r Sunllay- I AULVB P M LVE 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hampton 13 1 44 8 l7 10 Wilhurat 20 1 51 9 25 1 OAK Junction 22 2 25 9 3j 0 i Jackson 27 2 30 a Noa21 and 22 will make close connectioi at O A K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for points on tile Lexington and Eastern Rail 11 L CONLEY waySuperintendent mountain O6I1tial ll1IEOa No1 No 2 DEPART ARRIVE 800 a mCampton1180 a m 200 p m Campton 600pm No2 No1 ARRIVE DEPART 7 80 amCampn Junc10 05 am 8 80 pmCampn Juno 440 pm The Mountain Central makes connection with all L E pas longer trains 1 VVHeajIENRYJackson sv BEPBESENTINQ THE JOSEPH G REED co Wholesale Dry Goods and Notions PORTSMOUTH OHIO t Solicits the trade of the merchants of East- ernt Kentucky and guarantees prices and t quality of goods Hold orders for hi- mDRO H WILLIAMS fHTSICUN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY OBVri hh profciUpnal llirvlces to the citi t cena of Hazel Green and surrounding noun tryit1d F1lhnnrer all calls fir affliction tad ft tote residence adjoining Hazel 11 b IIr aeR t i f oiIJt i 0 J t 4 liJI or ij a Ja 7 f it r COUNTY NEWS 1 Local Items ofgeneral interest to a majority especig ally distant friends CAMTTON CURRENCY A RMarshallsin Lexington this week on business Dr D H Kash is attending Cir cult court at Jackson this week J G Trimble of Mt Sterling stopped in Campton for dinner yesterdayCounty Attorney G B Stamper went to Bpothe yesterday returning this morning Hons A H Stamper and A C Oliyer are attending Circuit court at Jackson this week Chester Williams and J H Stamper are walking on crutches this week both on account of poi soned ankles In the absence from town of Circuit Clerk I R Hollon attor ney G C Allen is looking after the work in the office for him Rev J M Tolson who has been quite low with fever during the past two weeks has so far convalesced as to be out on the streets againAl Garver left yesterday for the Ra land qil field where he will operate for oil and will possibly drill three or four wells before re turning Messrs George Westbrook I R Hollon W G Lockhart A S Ly kins Willie Wyatt John English and other of the boys are fish ing in Red river this week near the mouth of Glady creek George M Spencer George W Sppncer W G Hobbs and R R Chapman all of the Torrent neigh borhood were in town yesterday on business Wynne Bryant of Oklahoma was with them Police Judge ET Rose accom panied by his sister Miss Leona and Misses Minnie and Sallie Hurst will leave for Hazel Green this afternoon to spend the re mainder of the week attending the H G A commencement Mrs Pearl Drake wife of Willie Drake living just east of Campton died at her home Friday night and was buried in the Evans cemetery Saturday afternoon She leaves a husband and two infant children surviving her A personal letter from Wm H Haney at Danville states that he has successfully passed the bar examination at Lexington and will this week begin his ractice at Corbin KyfU IL Zeb A Stewart as his law p Heres wishing Will suttees May 20 S G S 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 yotfwant a metropolitan daily newspaper and you can best satisfy that want by ordering the Herald in connection with THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD The Her alds staff of correspondents scat tered throughout the state and its source of news throughout the country especially in Washington D C enables it to give full and accurate reports of the conditions as they develop We have special clubbing ar rangements with them and can save you money See or write us not the Louisville Hlrafd Sunday and Daily Louisville Herald and THE HAZEL GBEKN HERALD foronl7275 A- tYi l t 4 I xl I ICd I 4 l TO OORRESPONDENTSMail your items early to they will reach our office morningMondayIfnot be published unless of unusual im portance Advertise no ones Dullness and write on one side of the paper only LACY CREEK LINKS 0Alex James made a flying trip to Grassy Wednesday Arlie Cecil was the guest of Dor sie Rose Saturday night Last weok Jim Combs made a trip to Campton after goods Ben Dykes of Gillmore was here on legal business Friday Miss Mollie Johnson of H G A passed here en route to Malaga SaturdayThe that is con ducted by Ellis Ward was well at tended Sunday Mrs John D Rose and daugh ter Vollie visited friends and rel atives at Clifty last week- S S Rose has warned in his hands and done some of the best work on the road that has been done for years Misses Cora and Joanna Rose went to Campton last week where the latter expects to take the county examination The following were the guests of Martha Rose Sunday Misses Ellora Treadway Stella Manker Jo Hord Frank Elizabeth Sample and Lulu Eaton All reported a jolly time May 18 SBLA S100 Reward S100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that sci ejice 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 mu cous 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 CHENEY Co Toledo Ohio Sold by all druggists 76o Take Halls Family Pills for constipation LANDSAW LACONICS 0Mies Sarah Combs yisited the family of N L Combs Saturday and day Center of Hazel Green was v ing in and around Land saw Saturday an ay Eveline Taylor to Holly Creek last week l Jit to her daughter Mrs Clara Pence W H Chambers and r e attended commencement f ises at H G A Monday andiy preaching at this place urday and Sunday by Rr jd den and Little A good uiuwdin attendanceJohn representing the George S Witt Shoe Co was in terviewing our merchants here one day last week Rollin Combs and Otis Kash at tended the commencement exer cises of the H G A Tuesday and Tuesday night I Farmer in this faction are about r t iN 011 through planting and the blues that have been on thorn so long has about vanished Mrs Nan Tibbs of this place who has a cancer on her left cheek went to May town last week to have a treatment prepared for same Arthur B Kash who took the May examination for a county teachers certificate was granted a firstclass certificate having reach ed a general average of 86 211 May 20 ANON A Californians Luck liThe luckiest day of my life was when I bought a box of Bucklens Arnica Salve writes Charles F Budahn of Tracy Cal Two 25fi 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 25y SANDFIELD SIFTINGS 0Byrd MoN abb went to Ezel on SundayWill Hollon made a business trip to Hazel Green Monday Miss Alice Wills was the guest of Nancy Eaton Sunday night Buford Murphy and Ed McNabb went to Campton Friday on busi nessMaud McNabb spent Saturday evening at the home of Mrs Will Hollow Lee Patrick and J L Honaker attended church at Ward school house Sunday Mrs 0 W McNabb and son Roy made a flying trip to May town Saturday Rev J L Honaker will preach at this place Sunday May 81 Everybody invited Mrs Charley Lyons whose ill ness has been reported in these columns is reported no better Robert Wells and wife passed through here Saturday enroute for Hazel Green to attend commence mentEdgar McNabb was seen going in the direction of Maytown Sun day Wonder what the attraction could be- Byrd and Roy McNabb of this place j Robert and Wick Childers of Maytown attended commence ment at H G A Saturday night Mrs Francis James Mary and Emma Landrum RobertCox Rol lie and Dorsie Stamper spent Sunday evening boatriding and all report a fine time May 25 HLDRED OAXORlABun tli- Blgutar UN Rind You Hate Mm j Oogbt of STILLWATER SPARKLES A J D Edwards and Cal Cundiff are at Jackson this week attend ing court Hon A H Stamper of Camp ton made a business trip to Hazel Green Saturday J T Day had a piano hauled from Campton to his home in Hazel Green on Friday of last weekKelly Kash of Jackson and Ollie Swango of this place at tended the exercises at H G A Saturday night Old Uncle Jackson Tutt and Carter Vanoleave preached some able sermons at the church house tat Stillwater Sunday TM wife of Willie Drake near r ton died at her home on tnrday and was buried the same t She was a daughter of G A E j of Campton tray p DOMJNOO y t f h 1l1 il1J ff It jjf IfljM MAYTOWN MISSIVES 0 Mrs Lizzie Gilley is oc the sick listRev S J Adams went to Mariba SundayOur Sundayschool is progress nicelyMr of Hazel Green passed through here Monday Charley Arnett was the guest of hia sister Mrs Taylor Sbockey SundayElias Shockey of near Hazel Green was seen at this place Sun day evening Miss Rose Little visited her grandparents J C Bryant and wife last week Misses Mariba Osbon and Carma Little of Pomeroytou were at this place Thursday Miss Nannie Catron of Toliver visited friends at this place Satur day and Sunday Rev F Agar and wife were the guests f R A Childers and wife at dinner Sunday May 25 TEMPLE It Reached the Spot- E Humphrey who owns a large general store at Omega 0and 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 coughwhen everything else failed Dr Kings New Discovery not only reaches the cough spot i it heals the sore spots and the weak spots in throat lungs and chest Sold under guarantee at all dealers 501 and 100 Trial bottle free MURPHY FORK MINUTES 0Ben Murphy sold to Tyra Goad ten head of cattle last week Price privateIJohn Goad of near Ezel visited on this creek from Friday until SundayHenry Murphy paid a visit to his brotherinlaw Kelse Couch of Fills Branch from Thursday until Friday Ben Murphy recently sold to Ellis Oldfields 32 head of cattle also to Buford Murphy two year ling steers Price private Henry Elam had the misfortune of having his little finger on his left hand injured from acrosscut saw in the log woods on Clay Mur phya farm The wound is a pain ful one Ira Noble of Public Square and Emma Elam of this place were united in marriage at the home of Gilbert Ratliff on the 11th Rev John L Ferguson tiad the knot They left later for Caney which they will make their future home A poet came on our creek on Thursday and took Ben Murphys children to the banks of Grassy fora fishing spree They returned later in the day with half dozen fish each weighing less than a pennyweight They were left at the home of Andrew Cecil so that his father Mort could have a rich and royal meal May 25 TULIP Democratic Convention County conventions will be held at their respective county seats on June 6th 1008 at 2 oclock p m to select delegates to represent them in the State convention at Lexington June 11th to send del egates to the National Democratic Convention which is called to meet at Denver July 7th to nominate a candidate for President and Vice President to be voted for at the regular November election ti a 6 Murder in Morgan County Rufus Gibson a young man about 18 years of age was killed on Brushy Fork of Morgan coiiniy a mile and a half from Cannel City Sunday morning lost under peculiar circumstance ns Stamper Coroner of Morgan tells t the particulars as follows Charley Patrick had a wagon and tam and had tangled the latter when young Gibson got in the wagon and remarked I will bqcilcl your t team at the time taking the lines After doing ab Patrick jfot out and catching up two rocksput them in the wagon Then he start v ed up the team and threw a rock hitting Gibson on the side of the head But the young man jumped in the wagon and the two clinched and fell from the wagon to the ground Patrick on top Bystand f ers picked up Gibson and found that he was dead The Coroner l summoned two doctors and a jury J when they rendered a verdict in Wstatingof death Patrick was arrested 1 and sent to jail at West Liberty and will have his examing trial at that place today That Ball Game Au interesting game of baUwas played on the grounds of the Hazel Green team Monday in which the home team was the victor tfie score being 11 to 8 But on Tues day morning the West Liberty boys changed the aspect accord ing to the score card by 6 to 1 Some fine playing was done in the latter game by both teams and the pitching by Porter Center q Neal Nickell and Bon Folejj was very good The West Liberty boys however did some better fielding win the latter game than in the fiat with the result as al Clay pool of the H G made v a home run and w d onlyone to score Tho visr jg team ap t peared to be well pleased with thefl 3toi 1 Seeing Noah Cisoo and Bill Csy x key here Mondoyand Taoa4fy reminded Our Man AbV tit 7tivp of the school days of these gentle l 10ofwere generally recognized vaV wjvjfc mon and Pythias of lattsr da8f but no one so far as we iiftIW 7 has ever been able to decide inohri t Ybothwith which they identify tl irir i alma mater we shall not try to W T4 distinguish them w tltlastOney the question was asked ItIlY he qualified In answering the query for him we do not intend to disparage other gentlemen aspi rants but we can state that he is a graduate of our own Hazel Greon Academy has taught several pubalic school terms and if we misdtake not holds a State certificate Zi Anyhow on the score of ability we can vouch for him 6s wen as we can for integrity ahd greater t praise no man need hade f When you see a woman come down town with a baby ina buggy and two or three women with her who are as excited as a small boy at a fire it is a sign that the baby is to have its picture taken There will not be anything to the picture but a little wrinkled face and a mass of white clothes spread out to show the embroidery but the 4 mother thinks the picture IB the sweetest thing in the worldand gives one to everybody ODJulygFJoyciFraziot will be executed at Hindman for thewar- der of Mrs Mary Flannory This will be th1diat llegal aangingin Letalier conltfjF I ra v t I t- t Ltr jL tMIv I 0 IEAliDIrReter4J rSPKKOEl COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY May 28 1908 y4 ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR CONGRESS c are authorized to+ BYRDWe A F BYRD of Winchester as a candidate for Representative in Congress from the Tenth L Congressional District subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE n annley of Beattyville as a candidate for Circuit Judge of this the 23rd Judicial k District subject to the action of the Republican party FOR COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY are authorized to an STIMPERWe 1 A H Stamper of Campion as a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney of the 23rd Judicial 4 District to fill the unexpired term sub ject to the action of the Democratic party VASNWe are authorized to announce Kash of Jackson as a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney for the 23rd Judicial District subject to + the action of the Republican party 0FOR COUNTY JUDGE are authorized to an SWINGOWe JM Bud SWAN GO as a candidate for the office of Coun ty fudge of Wolfe countysubject to the action of the Democratic party 0are authorized to an SHOCKEYWe ELIASSHOOKEY CountyTJudgeof+ action of the Democratic party FOR CmOUIT COURT CLEBK UNDENWe are authorized to announe I Cesar Linden of Gillmore as a candidate for the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to the Democratic primary ft 0 FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK are authorized to announcer UTTWe S TUTT as a candidate for the office of County Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Dem r ocratic party a qS FOR SHERIFF are authorized to announce z SMITIIWe1 HMITH as a candidate for j the office of Sheriff of subject to the action of the Democrat L party XIII I CV Weareauthorizedtoannounc OALLLI GEO W SALLEY as a candidate for Sheriff of Wolfe county sub sect to the action of the Democatic party f FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY authorized to an SIMPlEWeareS0 SAMPLE of Campton as a candidate for County At torney of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic party t 0FOR JAILER are authorized to announce DYERWeP Dyer as a candidate for the office of Jailer of Wolfe Countysub r ject to the action of the Democratic party 1 TFORASSESSOR fir are authorized to announce RIAWe B Tyra of Stillwater as la candidate for Assessor of Wolfe county subject to the Democratic primary FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT are authorized to an T1UlBEEWeI JOHN W TAUL i BEE as a candidate for County Super- S intendent of Schools subiect to the ac lion of the Democratic party 0r annouccra candidate for County Superintendent of Schools subject to the action of the f j Democratic primary dy WHY JOHNSON IS FEARED Republicans See That He is a I Strong Man of Sound Judgment jlChicago InterOcean Editorial The President according to the impressions of the latest callers at the White House views with L concern the possibility that Gov Johnson of Minnesota may d- el lfeatMr Bryan for the Democratic uomiriationt5He is said to feel that the nomi nation of Mr Johnson might upset nil his plans for making Mr Taft his successor The President has doubtless rev I ceived reminders of the difficul ties well known to him as a his torianunder which a political r jiarty labors which has had a panic tinder its administration He has also been informed by observers of proved sagacity that if nominated Mr Johnson is likely rtocarry at least two States in the J tiddie West that ordinarily aro Josnted rte certainlyI JtenablicaB i z J tjt- 7IS Why does this nneaejueae exists Why is this concern felt Why does the shadow of tho Hon John A Johnson oast this chill upon the confidence which loft no doubts that Mr Taft could and would defeat Mr Bryan Simply because Gov Johnson has been going about the country of late and making speeches that were not mere echoes of Mr Bryans He has not gone about playing the tin whistle to Mr Bryans loaded bassoon Ho has instead talked some plain Ameri can common sense We might disagree with some of Mr Johnsons ideas Many of us do disagree with some of them Nevertheless he has impressed all who heard or read his speeches as- a straightforward American man looking at things as they are try ing to see them clearly trying to think about them straight and uttering the sober judgment oft practical mfcn trained in the school of experience That is why the Hon John A Johnson is regarded with uneasi ness at the White House That is why concern isielt about him that is not felt about Mr Bryan GROWTH OF JOHN JOHNSON Chicago Journal Editorial May 14 The rise to national prominence of John Johnson whose presiden tial candidacy was indorsed yesterday by Minnesota Democrats is one of the interesting phenomena of American life Only four years ago he was un known outside of Minnesota where he was a member of the State Sen ate and the editor of a country newspaper But in the fall of 1904 he was elected governor of Minnesota by about 0400 votes not withstanding Roosevelt at the same election carried the State by an overwhelming majority and every county went Republican on the presidency This was enough to attract attention to him for the election of a Democratic governor by a State strongly Republican in the presidential contest was unusual In the two years that followed he so endeared himself to the people of Minnesota that he was trium phantly reelected governor in spite of the fact that Republicans nominated a candidate of his own race his majority being the enor mous one of 05000 There must be something in a man who could do that and Dem ocrats all over the country began to study Johnson and his record To those who are familiar with the facts it is not surprising that Dem ocrats are fascinated by Johnsons sturdy personality There is much about the man that is suggestive of Lincoln Bom in abject poverty son of a drunken blacksmith the care of Johnsons mother a washerwoman devel oped upon him and nobly did he meet the responsibility He found work in a printing office in the village of St Peter and supported his mother from his earnings The evenings were devoted to educat ing himself That task performed well enabled him to become editor of the little newspaper in whose service he had learned the trade of printer Admiration for a boy who shows such courage is natural Like Lincoln he had overcome the handi cap of birth early in life had un dertaken the responsibilities of manhood had met them fully had educated himself and worked into a position of profitable and useful labor which euabled him to give his mother a good home That is the sort of a man of whom all Americans are proud That is the spirit which has made America great thq spirit of Lin colnBut the likeness of Johnson to Lincoln does not end here Like DELICIOUS BANANA CREAM ThIs recipe Is highly recommended by one of our correspondents try it for dessert to morrow Pee five Urge bananas rub smooth with five teaspoonfuls of sugar Add one teacup sweet cream beaten to a froth then add one lOc package of Lemon JELLO dis solved in IK teacups boiling water Pour Into mold and when cold garnish with can lied cherries Serve with whipped cream goodpnddiagM1CLJEL1rOor 1 It 1011- 1o 1JJrourul 30ospatkage I It roigreaiestrson Johnson Boon showed an intorestin government and kindred matters He servbd seven years In tho Minne sota National Guard becoming captain in that organization Then he was elected to the legislature and making adherents through his qualities of honesty and force fulness became the nominee of his party for governor As gcvernor he exerted powerful influence upon a legislature politi cally hostile and accomplished many notable reforms which so appealed to the voters that he was reelected in order that he might pursue his course Johnson and his record naturally affect the imagination of Americans who admire a sturdy and successful battle against adverse conditions He may not be the Democratic candidate for presi dent this year but if he should be presented he would not only awaken enthusiasm but draw the suffrages of good citizens every where The Worlds Best Climate- is not entirely free from disease on the high elevations fevers pre vail while on the lower levels ma laria is encountered to a greater or less extent according to alti tude To overcome climatic affections 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 Byrd and Mayo to Run MT STERLING Kv May 21 The Democratic Congressional Committee of the Tenth District today selected Wednesday July 15 as time and Estill Springs as place for holding a convention to nominate a candidate for Congress County conventions will be held on Saturday July 11 A Floyd Byrd is the only announced candi date but friends of John C Ci Mayo stated he would announce his candidacy in a few days Valued Same as Gold B G Stewart a merchant of Cedar View Miss says I tell my custormers 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 bilious ness Sold under guarantee by all dealers 25g fr CDo you remember as a boy how delighted you were with your first STEVENS t Truly an event at that time Give YOUR BOY a STEVENS now Will add to his happiness ancTeducation MAKE A MAN OP YOUR BOYII U racwtbWi ITITU U7LXt In I eat SBOTOtm U lUapi la runsprpawwfrnI rev ndrt will Mi ra- WI Alp dltttvOpltxpnwpnptKmptmnedptof zto prlca CoIecCkI J STEVENS ARMS TOOL COP O Box 4098 Chicopee Fans Mass Buggies I Buggies I t The citizens of Hazel Green and this vicinity are herewith informed that they can now buy firstclass buggies at home I am prepared to furnish the best made and at reasonable prices I dont han die anything but firstclass buggies and those who want cheap claptraps will have to go elsewhere 1 Remember if you want a FIRST CLASS BUGGY one that will ive satisfaction in comfort and wear I can supply you Call and see me at my shop in Hazel Green RespectfullyJaaN B MBS I I fati r lepWloaa Primary Election At a meeting of the Republican Exec utive Committee ot the 23rd Judicial District of Kentucky held in Irvine Ky April 23 1908 pursuant to maice duly given for the purpose of fixing the time place and manner of nomina ting Republican candidates for the of fices of Circuit Judge and Common wealths Attorney to be voted for at the November election 1008 in said district Present Ureathitt J n Mc Lin by A M Arnold proxy Estill L H Flynn LeeU L Wheeler Wolfe 0 W Lovelace L U Flynu was made chairman of said meeting and G W Lovelace was made secretary and treasurerUpon motion it is ordered that a pri mary election be held at each of tho va rious precincts in said district to beheld at the regular and usual voting liacel- therelnlln the said counties of Breath Lee and Wolfe beginning at the hour of 6 oclock n m and closing at four oclock pm standard time or 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 ating with the Republican party and who will support the nominee of said primary election and who are now or will be legal voters at the regular No vember election 1908 and who shall be legal electors and voters The said pri mary election shall beheld in all respects in accordance with the provisions the laws of Kentucky and the rules of the Republican party governing such elections 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 tho third day after said election at 10 oclock a m compare and canvass the returns of said 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 and on the 27th day of June 1908 at 10 oclock a m the said district committee shall meet at Irvine Ky and compare said county returns and issue certificates of nomination to the successful candidates This expense of said primary election is estimated to be Seven Hundred Dollars 70000 onehalf of which shall be paid by the candidates for Circuit Judge and onehalf to be paid by the candidates for Commonwealths Attorney Notice of said election shall be given by publishing a copy of this call in each of 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 ville Ky Friday June 5 1908 This April 23 1908 L H FLYNN Chairman G W LOVELACE Secretary A copy attest G W LONRLACE Sec miSS FaIag9 Long THE MILLINER HAZEL GREEN KY Invites the ladies of Hazel Greet and vicinity to call and inspeo the latest creation in Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats Frames Flowers Feathers Ribbons Etc just received from her Cincinnati buyer and embracing latest out Ladies Beaflflnaflfia Skit 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 I5Z Your patronage is respectfully solicited Respectfully FALAY LONG GEORGE RIC- EUNDERTAKER HAZEL GREEN KY I have several fine Coffins in my shop 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 2Mf GEO RIpE a 4 1 Zt dti HAZELGREEN AEJEMY Spring Term Opens March 1 7th 11908 Special attention will be given to teachers who wish to review all the Common Branches in propagation 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 better 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 OMORE YEAR in College The 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 perweek Furnished Rooms Free Write for CataloguesrM 0 CARTER SecyTreas H JJ1 DERTHICK Principall W miSSeS maDIe ana TIOU announce to tho ladies of town and surroundingvicinity that theynow I have in stock their new and fresh Sjrii and summer pop j Having spent several days in one of the most fashionable wholesale milIjIjI linery emporiums in the metropolis i of Louisville they feel amply able to please the most fastidious tastes even in extrernest cases They also have a select line of LADIES FURNISHING GOODS such as Collars Belts Cloves Etc VIu addition to the Millinery Business we have a DRESS MAKING DEPARTMENTt- o which we give our customers the best advantage and from our line of literature with illustrations the bust styles can be seen and used We are located one dror west of the postoffice Call and see our stock for yourself Thanking you for your patronage during the past sea son and hoping to merit its continuance we are respectfully feo MAPEL TROY The Compoign Is On WHO WILL BE PRESIDENT- To form your opinions and keep in touch with the progress of the campaign you will need firstclass newspapers We have made a special arrangement whereby you can get the Daily CourierJournal 125 Daily Louisville Times 125 Weekly CourierJournal 35 FROM NOW UNTIL DECEMBER 1 1908 1 4 This gives you a live metropolitan paper through campaign and the election Order to day as subscriptions will start with issue of day order is received No back numbers can s be sent Or you can have the l HAZEL GREEN HERALDf- or 12 months and either of the above dailies FOR ONLY 185 onlyduringscription will be received at the reduced rate after August 31 under any circumstances Send your subscription orders to this paperNOT to the CourierJournal orI Times Address THE HERALD i You Dont Need a Town Crier i- lto emphasize the merits of your business or an nounce your special sate A straight story told in a straight way to the readers of this paper will quickly reach the ears of the thoughtful intelligent buying public the people who have the money in their pockets and the people who listen to reason and not noise Our books will show youa list o- eoplt you appeal to Call sad see them at thfe oil9 r I t tlW l1r j j i1II1 iiII 1 f 1 t Vfc V- ayr rev TyF i7fla 1 trY rip w 4 i if d r 1 1r r fi V L1ycS f b y 1k Ax iw 1 ACal h- Medicine Ayers Cherry Pectoral Is a regular cough medicine a 110srrong medicine a doctors medicine Good for easy coughs hard coughs desper ate coughs If your doctorI I endorses it for your case take it If not dont take it Never I fo contrary to his advice We pnblun our forcmui WP b niih leahol A from ourmdloln alii toOrsThe dote of Ayers Pills is small only one it bedtime As a rule laxative doses are betterthan cathartic doses For con stipation biliousness dyspepsia sick headaches they cannot be excelled Ask your doctor about th- iscby UM t O Ajn Co Lowtlt Yu 1JtIE HERALD DRINK WAINSCOTTS POP Prof Noah Cisco and wife of Salyersville were here during commencement guests of Mrs Lu la Hash OA 811ORx1l- w UZBaUghtBlruhrt Harlan Swango while working at the Russell saw mill one day last week got his hand very badly crushed with a heavy slab Mrs Rebecca Ritchie and chil dren i Mrs Raohael Clark of May town and Otis and Gracie Kash of Stillwater were the guests of C F Kash and wife this week Misses Herma Denman Mor- gantown and Ethel Hilton of Stanford girl students with Mrs Maud Kash are guests of Mrs Nannie Kash during commence ment Mrs J Mason Kash and her daughter Mrs Price Sowoll and daughter of Jackson j Mr Robert Wells and wife of Maytown were guests of John M Rose and wife this week J T Day last week bought of p H J Derthick his horse saddle and bridle at 185 cash a bay horse of Jim Wilson at 145 and onehorse wagon of W H Wilson for 45 a pair of brown horses harness and wagon from Curt Rose for 285 otZ lit res ac xaBeers tluThe Kind You Kan Always Bandit 8t6naroThe d4Jft following persons were reg tered at the Cecil House this week Charley Dunlap Charles T Brown Louis Strader Clint Burney John Kidd and wife Indianapolis H Colej West Liberty J W Hoe kins and Frank May Salyersville We are richer than we thought I The assessor has listed us as owning a dog If we have to pay the dol jar it is no more than fair for the assessor to furnish us a dog as up i to now we are without anything of V the canine natureFrenchburg Agitator Dr A C Niokell tells us he will be compelled to break up house keeping owing to his wifes failing L health and offers his house garden barn and a flue well of water for rent This is a nice little home that some one may rent at a bat gain by applying to him at once in time for garden tf Mrs Edith Ellen Vaughan of Arkansas City Kansas died May 15th of heart disease She was the wife of Capt Marion Vaughn a former citizen of Wolfe county who visited relatives and friends hero last year together with wife and daughter Capt Bill Chambers Superin dent of Schools was in town Tuesday and renewed his subscrip tion to THE HERALD when he told us he would soon place his an t nouncement in our columns He t Bays ho is too goad a Democrat not to support his county paper es pecially when it ia of Democratic proclivities He says he has built five splendid schoolhouses and made other improvements of which ire wilt tell you when becomes in rithhii r4IP t rrtI id JLr fiIJ4A a Will 8001 Wed Public announcement was made Monday night that Miss Jeannette Gridloy and Wayne Long would bo united in the holy bonds of matrimony on Tuesday Juno 28 Mies Gridley has been a teacher of the primary department of Hazel Green Academy for several years past and during her stay in Hazel Green has made many warm friends She is indeed a most elegant lady and has ninny rare ac complishments not the least of which is elocution Wayne Long is a native born boy a graduate of Hazel Green Academy and at present a student of Bethany Col lege Va where he is fitting him self for the ministry To bothof them TUB HERALD send congrat ulations in which we are joined by a host of friends The ceremo ny will take place at Newark 0 Hotol Arrivals The following were registered at the Day House during the past week L S Tippet Now York E9 Bretcher Knoxville Fred Popp Louisville Allen Siniei Morehead T A Fields J F Fields Lexington U B Elder Morehead Frank F Dobbins Louisville Will J Henry Ports mouth Ohio Ollie Henry West Liberty A J Watson Canev Morton Cisco West Liberty Tres sie May Eva May Salyersville John R Bays G M Sohmithei mer Cincinnati G B Eversole Julia Johnson St Helens Mr Childers Perry Henry W B Caraway and wife and Clara Blair West Liberty Some of the Visitors Among those who attended com mencement exercises we noticed the following who are not reported elsewhere Mrs Bob Day and Miss Maude Wilson Maytown Miss Josephine McGuire Jackson Mrs Jennie Manker West Lib erty Miss Ella Willard and Wesley Hoskins Salyersville Misses Belle and Marguerite Hierono mousSt Helens Gracie Clayborn Menifee John Cottln J R Wells W C Maxey J L Dennis Jerry Henry and H T Roberts West Liberty Best Paper in the World BALLENTINE Miss May 10 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky DEAR SmYou will find en closed a check of 100 for renewal of my subscription to the best paper in the world To me there is no place like Kentucky for there the grass grows the greenest and the sun shines brightest of any place on earth and has the best people throughout the United States Yours respectfullyT Criminal Assault Clint Powell a son of Richard Powell of Hawkins Branch at tempted a criminal assault on the wife of Breck Ballard of Peter Trace Sunday The woman was in a very helpless condition look ing soon tor the time when she would become a mother Powell is in hiding and violence is ex pected if he is found Ballards friends are armed and are on the lookout for PoweU Frenohburg Agitator May 21 Wants It in the West GANADO TEXAS May 11 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky DEAR SIR Enclosed find draft for 100 for which send me your paper to the above address With regards to Mrs Cooper I am yours very truly C F COMBS MAKE IIICE CREAM FROM WATER and It small quantity of condensed milk if fresh milk cannot be bad neoirf O6Add00ODeJELLrVUEAM lSc Total lea andfreezedont add anything else This makes two quarts of delicious ice cream in 10 minutes at very small costAND YOU KNOW Rte punt Five StrawlrrylIm2 packages 25c at all grocers JUntjrat d IcJpo Book WrN 8siaNN Pro frN1 Gr a ew r Y Ii J 1tt J ITSany 1 The ComaenOemeaf I The commencement exercises at Hazel Green Academy this year brought together more visitors from a distance than has been seen here in the past year or two our sister towns West Liberty and Maytown being especially well representedSaturday night the primary entertainment by the little folks under the auspices of Miss Jean notto Gridloy was tho attraction at Poarro Hull and all who at tended were delighted with the discipline and deportment of the children To single out anyone and give praise would be unjust to the others Suffice it that all did splendidly and we doubt if any school in the State could produce an equal number of primary soho ars who could show any better than did those Saturday night Sunday the baccalaureate ser vice was held at the Christian Church Prof Calhoun of Ken tucky University delivering the discourse which was a very appropriate one to the occasion espec ially at the morning service Prof Hubbell who was on the program for this service for some cause did not show up but the people who heard Prof Calhoun were well pleased with the alternate Monday night was the contests between young ladies both orator ical and declamatory and each lady demonstrated that she had been most thoroughly trained The oratorical contest was won by Miss Della Legg her subject being The Mountaineer of History which showed that she had given the subject much thought in its preparation and had been well trained for its delivery Some in the audience who have witnessed similar contests thought Miss Leggs one of the finest that has been produced both in its concep tion and in the manner of delivery Miss Joe Hord Frank was the victor in the declamatory contest and all who heard her say her de livery was almost perfect showing that in elocution she had been trained by an adept Her selec tion too was very fine being full of pathos Tho Famine From Hiawatha Miss Frank has a fine voice and in the delivery of her piece she gave it full sway Miss Legg represented the Utile Dulci Society and Miss Frank the Haut et Bon- Possibly the most exciting event of the entire commencement oc curred on Tuesday night in the young mens contests Clayborne Johnson John G Neace and Ellis Ward being the orators and Jos Estep Goff Long John Johnson Jonathan Stambangh and Charles Seale being the declaimers Mr Ward and Mr Long were the successful contestants In the w of Prof Marsh of Berea all winners Wednesday the Commencement day proper a large crowd witness ed the graduating exercises Each member of the class rendered a splendid discourse on sontod- ate question Space p s us to mention only those wb jived diplomas in the Academic depart montEllis Ward 11 V Roberts Fred Millard Lizzie Wilson Will Hurt and Clayborne Johnson each received sucha diploma There were five graduates in the Prepar atory and eleven graduates in the Business departments liter the diplomas were present eprizee were awarded as folk he W 0 Mize Gifts Joaepl instep and Bessie Hollon j Scholarship Ellis Ward General Merit lose Miu nich Lust night the exercises of the I week wore concluded by the rendi tion of the threeact cantata j Jephthah and His Daughter The spacious hall was filled to its utmost capacity by an attentive audience and from the frequent t rounds of applause the play was highly appreciated The biblical story was well portrayed and allj renderedI I All in all commencement week I at Hazel Green Academy this year was one of the most successful inn the history of the institution I Prof Dertbick and the entire k i ik2Iil c f el dw 4 e faculty of Hazel Greeii Academy deserve great praise foi the order ly manner in which all c ommence ment week outertainn ents wore conducted Mrs Dorth ick while not a teacher by her aft ible atten tion to all visitors whon she met had much to do with thl pleasure of the strangers within mr gates J G Trimble the vene table for mer citizen of Hazel Gree n accom panied by his son Green Trimble Jr came in Tuesday ove niiig and wero visitors at the comet uicumuiit exercises Wednesday3enior Mr Trimble as willlmom bered was injured in a 1 at the Louisville Hotel Louisvi about seven months ago and r ow gets about on crutches Ho ha s always been a man of great ono rgy and his friends seeing him a cripple have great sympathy for h im Hon Tom Johnson of Pallega who spent his early school days at the public school of out WIll and who has educated several c hildren at our academy was ono of the happy visitors here this week Clayborne and John Johns n two of the graduates are his sons Mrs Johnson was also he T and met several friends of her ood Died Wednesday Ji at the family residence on U raoay- Mrs Lily F Phillips wife of Sreen Phillips aged 28 years Sb e had been sick for a long time at id her death was not unexpected She was a daughter of Mr and Mrs Joel Haveus Delays in the mail caused the nonarrival of our Lee City 1Iwcale until Wednesday evening too late for this issue 1 Jolly John Pieratt of Kidd ille was here Tuesday but had t o go home yesterday morning on ac count of a spell of malaria Mrs Mattie Boyd of HclV- a accompanied by her into ing little boy Raymond or Bjus tertI Boyd are here visiting JKrs Boyds mother Mrs Emma Evans R S Stamper of Sellars wi tb- his wife was here this week vis it inK his brother Dr Harlan Sta n per and told us hewould be act n dilate for Sheriff of MorganI Turner Wells of Frenchbut g- was among the visitors here tnrjj- week and was an interested nose of the ball games as well the commencement exercises An interesting communicati n from Tuttle Okla from Albert I Henry who recently visited relt ives and friends in Wnlfoan 1 IorgTi couu xa+ wilt appear nex t weekWe have received an invitatio to the Commencement Exercise of pathany College to be hel je 11 1008 through the cour esy of our young friend F Wayne LongAmong the visitors here at the commencement were the Drs Goodwin natives of Ezel Dr JI E is a dentist located at his home town and Dr Asa is a practic ing physician of Wades Mill Clark county Little Miss Lucille Kash the pretty daughter of Sam Kashand wife who has been visiting her SampleIand wife for several days past returned home this morning much to the delight of her parents Decoration There will be decoration services- at the Jeff 11 Rose graveyard on Lacy Creek Saturday May 30th at 2 oclock pm The relatives and friends of the deceased are cordially invited to lie present Respectfully JEFF M RosE WANTEDAt Hazel Green Ac ademy at once carpenters A G BEARD An Ordinance WAS adopted by the Trustees of the of Hazel Green prohibiting any ai rll persons of said town from thr v0 loon any of tbetitreets or alloys ofs a of Hazel Green any garbage v c other kind of waste Any person 11Ity of said offense shall be fined not less than one dollar nor more than five v Signed 0 F KASH Clerk pro tern JOHN W WARD Chairman A SA J 4 t- emnlItllllnnBNl1 j 1oils olio no- tt II iI cASTOmAA f similating HicFood nndlic + ula ling the Stomachs and Bowels of INEAN rSCHILimtN Promotes DigestionCheerfiir ness and RestContains neither OpiumMorphine nor Mineral NOT NARCOTIC IdrproeouactrvetrTrr1w ASeed AlxBawr Rtaa JnittSenl r mWte BtN ymwJattr rNltl forConsUpanon WormsCoiwulsionsFeverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature or NEW YORK Al b months old Dosts C i EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER of 1v I CONtAuN IN c KY Invite the attention of the people of Hazel Green and vicinity to the new stock of goods they hove just received general stores Staple and Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoes Fruits in season Farmers Hardware and J hope merit by fair dealing we are Kash Kash J so so j no to w an if a to as F NDERTAKERCAMPTON link of Coffins Caskets Burial Clothes and everything necessary to put away the entlln clecec nt style Special caskets supplied on 24 hoiml notice finest made If ordered hack furnished funeral Alelo can fill orders for tomtotonei iI A CASTORIA For Infants and Ohildren The Kind You Have i Always Bought Bears the Signature 1 In IillUse For OverIii- Thirty Years CASTORIAI4- Me 1 COMPANY Raw Penn CITTy Rash JohnsonKash I DEALERS General Merchandise Y COUNTRY PRODUCE HAZEL GREEN embracing Vegetables c Clothing especially andJShield Brand Clothing Goods Latest Prints Domestics eingQuick j to respectfully yours Ji Johnson uptodateLivery a Lookout for i y d CECIL BROS new advertisement which will appear next week perhaps l Sam Kash of the firm Kash Sample says they are selling oods fast and are kept busy that they have time write advertisement and he days they had new ad they would have hire another I sistant for which they can not njiake room with the goods BOLINC andIu d m Teifrasand o i l l I i I I 4 1 E T ROSE s o sAtapLEj ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys anj CounselorsatLary CAMPTONaKY t This firm wUl practice in all the Cnurtll r of Wolfe and adjacent counties Special attentign given to Corporation Lax and Real Estate LRlgattoa tTradev u r t I 1 I jftiijt TH bcr d U r rL 1- v r G 1tx i I i r e1 iRr YfNervous BreakDownNerve tit force that controls the or gans of respiration cir culation digestion and elimination When you feel weak nervous irri table sick it is often be cause you lack nerve t energy and the process of rebuilding and sustain ing life is interfered with Dr Miles Nervine has z cured thousands of such r cases and will we believe benefit if not entirely R cure youaTry it My nervous system gave away 14 completely and left me on the verge of the gravy I tried skilled physi cians but got no permanent relief I got so bad I had to give up my busIness I began taking Dr Mllcs Restorative Nervine In a few days I was much better and I continued to Improve until entirely cured I i am In business again and never miss nn recommend thisopportunlttto W L BURKE Myrtle Creek Oregon l Your druggIst iell Dr Mlles Nerv ine and we authorize him to return to price nefitfirst bottle only If It falls r Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind L v A PROMPT EFFECTIVE REMEDY FOR ALL FORMS O- FRHEUMATISM t 1 NmurnlglaKidney Kindred Dlmemmom GIVES QUICK RELIEF Applied externally It affords almost Instant relief from pain while permanent results are being effected by taking It In ternally purifying the blood dissolving the poisonous substance and removing It from the system DR S D BLAND Of Urcwton Ga writes I had been a offerer for s number of year wltil Lumbago and Kheamatlim In raj arms and loo and tried all the remedies that 1 could gather horn medical erb and alia conralud with a number of the bell pb yilclani tmtfoand Mothln that gars the relief obtained from pnetloeforDR C L GATES r Hancock1 Minn writesKa AllttlegIribershadbobs waktrekaaeed I1 by Rhmnatlna and KJdnej Tbmoeo an could not itand on her feet they- pntherdownontbeOoorebewoaldecnamwltn Codyf t f It practiceFREE Ifyou are suffering with Rheumatism Lumbago Sciatica Neuralgia Kidney Trouble or any kindred disease write to us tOf atrial bottle of DROPS r VEGETABLErt cocaine morphine alcohol laudanum i and other similar ingredients 4m100eYrBIebyDaruglessoea tWANSONRHEBMATIO CURE COMPANY eDQa Ir4Laksbtree4 Waage fitfitBE MURPHY i qDEALERIN GENERAL STORES NEOLA KY J Offers the citizens in and around Hele chawa the best line of goods ever seen in this section at the price A big round r 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 aK much you can saveIKILL THE COUCH MB CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings r New Discovery FOR QOOLDSuoaI 4 t ANDALLTHROATANDLUNOTROUBLESGUARANTEED I OR MONEY EJEPUNDED t RAY HOUSE t Hazel Green Ky i Mrs XOU DAY Proprietor 4rIltat table fare In Eastern Kentucky A targe sample room connected Heated and r t jsJleclalacl1t 11 l sr Y F t r e e t KENTUOKT OWLS Carefully Collated and Concisely Chronicled Col Jack ChInn was awarded 2500 damages against the Foster Milburn Co of Buffalo N Y It was claimed that the company had used Col Chinns picture and an alleged testimonial recommend ing a patent medicine which was claimed to be a forgery Walter R Day former State Treasurer under W S Taylor who was convicted of obtaining money undor false pretenses and sentenced to the penitentiary for one year has been granted a new trial by the Court of Appeals on erroneous in structions of the trial judgo in Perry county- N B Haslip aged 40n farmer residing in the Jacksonville neigh borhood in Shelby county was found dead in the road Saturday morning about daybreak with his chest torn open from a gunshot wound When found he had a pair of wire cutters in one hand and a revolver in the other He is thought to have belonged to a band of night riders and met his death while on a raid Sebastian Stone aged 88 mys teriously disappeared from his home hi Versailles last week Just before leaving he told his clerk to open the safe the next morning in case he did not return take a let ter from it and deliver it to Attorney Harry Schoberth In this he directed Schoberth to sell all his property pay his debtc and give the remainder to his wife and tell her goodbye for him as he hadnt the heart to tell her himself No cause is given for his actions Dispatches from Washington under date of May 22 state that Representative John W Langley having secured the passage of a bill providing for holding terms of the United States court at Jack son intends next year to ask for an appropriation for a Federal building in that city Mr Lang ley took to the White House a large quill ofa Kentucky moun tain eagle with which the Presi dent signed the bill and in addi tion wrote the following message To the city of Jackson Ky With the regards of Theodore Roosevelt Both the message and the quill will be preserved in tho official archives of Jackson One of a team of mules belong ing to Sam Harding while en I gaged in plowing on his farm near Paris came near meeting death in a peculiar mannnr The mule walking in the furrow sud denly disappeared as a result of the earth sinking which so frightened 1 the negro farm hand who was behind the plow handles and in charge of the team that he fled Seeing thatone of the mules was still above the ground the negro returned and discovered the other mule was buried in the groun with only his nose and ears show Lug It took four men halt a da to dig the animal out No reason can be assigned for the giving awajr of the ground as the field has beel in cultivation for yearsII I CASTORIAI Por Infanta and ChildrenI The Kind You Have Always BoBgitt 1 jBears tho- 8Ignatture of FORC- NEURALCI SCIATICA RHEUMATISM BAGKACH I PAININCHIEST DISTRESS IN STOMAC SLfPLL NESS J h 1 our assing jjhdow 1 9 I Tffl come beck you jroo spend lame COM fonrtr Uyoo tsnd the House Stance though our eolumnt will a1N whore war buy VRITE FOR FREE HAVE AGENTS H F SONS KY r 1 f Womans troublM throw cloud over their lives neglect may csuso to become permanent yours Into shadow by taking medicine that acts directly on your womanly organs the e order of which has your womanly troubles The right remedy for you when yoU backache nervous dragging Irregular functions etc Is i Mrs R H Lawson of Sprott Ala writes suffered with female troubles for 12 years filed4 doctors they did no good so took Wine of Cardui have taken 18 greatly relieved and am 1better than In 20 years Sold by all reliable druggists in 100 Try It W 74efu1RITE tIjl lAddress Ladles Advlaory Del The OIIItanOOP lNedklaeI o Chstunaoga TeMo i jfi Coming to Hazel Green Tuesday June 9 I E1z4AdLcsc The Mighty Monarch of All Trained Animal Showse1q11p in Its Magnificent Splendori- f J J ILIA an All New and Sensational Animal Sance A herd of Elephants Lions Tigers Camels Dogs Bears and Monkeys A mile long of Golden Glittering Free Street Parade of Massive Open Dens and Cages of Rare Wild and Costly Three Big Bands of Music Tots Floats and Tableaus A Galaxy of Costumed Lady and Gentleman Performers irz r sJi parts of the world absolutely Free on day of exhibition Rome ber the Date i Hazel Green June Admission has been reduced to 25c and 35c for this date only YOUR DOLLAR to H ft at It Is it to MaBOrdar A adrertUlng1 to an u U thee TRIESFr- uit and Ornamental Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Our Strawberry Plants are moneymakers Tryem CATALOG VE NO HILLENMEYER LEXINGTON It a which Mako a a disj caused havobeadach spells pains CarI 1 I I bottles feel bottles r j 1 All f i A Perform rirrVrt Performing Animals E Beautifully Tuesday a r IQo WinOQOstOf E2k WINCHESTER KY N H WITHEESPOON President FAld Up Capital t 810000000 Undivided profit I 11000000 nnVdome Deposit of over I I I 800000000 Tbi bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and bus mess men throughout Eastern Kentucky and offers its custom ers every fao lty and the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking loot2ly WB PRINT sALELS AND PWMT TITMI RIOTIT rCDR ttILES ANTIPAIN PILLS FOR Headache passing Wf dttt generally The Home n Gives yon the reading matter JIll Paperwhich you have the gre utii Itssrryissueshould head your list of newspaper and periodical subscriptibni I Money to Burn VIf you have money to burn Keep it in the house where it may be burned lost or stolen but if you want to keep it safely where it will always be ready for you when needed deposit it with us A bank A account will give you u better business standing in Ii the community and a prestige that you may never It have enjoyed before If your name is not on our f books we will be pleased to see it there before 1 the close pf the year 1908 THE HAZEL GREEN BANK t JII i 9 If you hav- eHeadache 1 I Try One t p 1 f m W dfi They Relieve Pain Quickly leaving no bad Aftereffects j 7 h I 25 Doses e 25 Cents Nev t old tulk it1rf1f4IqIth r 1 I ht j 1 h n- nY t