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Digital page images are linked to the text file. wfr SLWd Ti1T-J f 2A G rf r Mt y rr Yk a Gy7ft + fj3 HAZELQgEN HERALDddM 0 EstablUhed Maroh 41886 Made Famous lathe Story of Jonathan and His Oontinent by Max ORell 0 t- 1rR1r f ouortznerThe Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Mot Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains I 100 a Year Ilet Unite t u YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 4 1908 NUMBER 43 iiTWENTYTHIRD I LuiiEtoiand Eastern Railway 1 1fleTable it Effect NOT 18 1006 WEST BOUND t 8aayday No1 = STATIONSI Dally Sunday No3 and AM ArrPMArr6 loam 0 Jackson I 0 2 20 pm 8 lapin OAK Junction 2 25 pm 7 07 am 2ollBe ttrTlffJc20 3 20 pm 7 30r 40 Torrent 40 3 41 pm 7 45 am 44 Nat Bridge 44 3 65 pm 7 43 am llCimpton Jnnln I 3 67 pm- S 1dASt 67 67 426 pm- S 251m U 61 4 36 pm 9 ooaD 70 1lIttOD 70 607 pm 9 12m 90 90 6 20 pm 9 b5 am 94 94 O6pm 1EAST BOUND- 4o2 Dally Sunday ex IIiiDaily Sunday No4 and PYLnAML2 25 pm 0 Lexington 0 7 3b am s 3 to plllCO Winchester 20 8 IS am 825 pm L4EJunctlon 1826pm K 00 pm 40 Clay City 40 9 02 am 4 10 pm 44 M6tanton1 144 9 10 am 40 pm Cmpton Juntn 38 pm 4 45 pm 67 Nt Bridge 6719 43 am 4 67 pm 62 Torrent 92 66 am 5 18 pm 70 BeattyveJo 701017 am 8 10 pm 90 OKJunon to 1116 am Is 15 pm 94 Jackson l94ll 20 am CONNECTIONS L 4 E JUNCTION Trains Noi 12 and 3 will nuke connection with the CORy for Mt sterlIng CAMPTON JUNCTION Trains Nog 1 2 i 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central Ry for Pine Ride and Campton BEATTYVLLE 5u CTIOKTraln Nos 2 and 4 will make connection at Beattyville with the L and A Railway for passengers to and from Beattyvllle AAOconnect with the O A K Railway for local station on the O A K Railway W A MCDOWELL General Manager t7HAS BCOTTGenPauAgent Oi KeutiMg Baiimy Time Table May 21 1906 WEST BOUND I No21 Daily3exyu STATIONS Dally ex Sunday Bnndajr PM Aaa 0 27 PMAB 5 20 6 Cannel City 22 12 35 4 Helechawa 20 12 19 4 MLee CItYM 13 12 13 4 Hampton 11 11 51 3 55111 Wilhurst 6 11 44 3 OAK Junction 0 11 15 3 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND No 34 II I No 22 Dally ex n STATIONS d Dally uSunday Sunday AM LvJC LYELCannel7 10 27 7 33 21 Heleohawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 Lee City 11 123 8 24 13 Hamptou 13 1 44 t ft87 10Wilhuret20 161 9 25 1 OAK Junction 22 2 25 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 SO ti f Noa21 and 22 will mike dole connecttoi t t 0A K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 fqr palau on the Lexington and Eastern Bali 11 L CONLfcY waySuperintendent j plltI1Q GOntI8lnaiIIoaa1 No 1 No 2 T DEPART ARRIVE 600 ammpton1180 B m 200 p m Campton 000pm 1 d No 2 Nol AWUVB DEPART 7 s 80 amCarapn Junc10 05 am 8 80 pmOampn Juno 440 pm rr The Mountain Central makes connection with all L E pas senger trains J uJI8Boww J KT- BBPBKSENTINO is THE JOSEPH G REED CO 3 5 VfctleMle Dry floods aid Notions b PORTSMOUTH OHIO 5w il Solicits the trade of the merchants of East r4 ern Kentucky and guarantees prices and- rjoallty of goods Hold orders for him B 0 H WILLIAMS l fHYBICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY 1 JFTOB r his profestlonal services to the citi rcceni of Hazel Green and surrounding conn try and wiU auewer aU caW of aMiction- r iii Offleel at hli residence adjoining Hazel y + t fi i 1 i COUNTY NEWS Local Items ofgeneral interest to a majority of our readers especi ally distant friends CAMPTON CURRENCY 0Esq J M Taylor is working in the County Court Clerks office this weekCounty Court at this place was not so well attended yesterday as it usually is A Mr Fritzer representing the Lexington Herald and Gazette was in town yesterday Joe Stamper of Mt Sterling is in town this week in the interest of the Modern Woodmen of Amer ica The snitof George Fulks against John Edwards and others will be tried in Quarterly Court here to dayS S Spradling and wife of Har rison county have been visiting in Campton during the last three or four days Sam Kaeh and wife and daugh ter Lucille accompanied by Misses Nancy and Sarah Sample of Hazel Green were visiting relatives in Campton Sunday Rev John 11 Tolsen whose iill- ness was heretofore reported snow able to be on the streets most every day and his friends hope to see him his former self again Miss Roxie Halsey daughter of Jailer W G Halsey died at her lathers home here Thursday night The father of the deceased as well as her sisters and brother who survive her have the sympathy of the entire community Campton Encampment No 23 will render a publio program on the evening of June 10 beginning at 780 oclock This lodge has excelled all other lodges of the same kind in the State in the in crease of membership and on that night each member is to be pre sented with an appropriate badge Refreshments will be served after the addresses have been delivered and the public are invited The Republican speaking to gether with the Irvine Brass Band brought a large crowd of men women aud children to the court house yesterday afternoon The audience was addressed by Hons G W Gourley candidate for Cir cuit Judge Z T Hurst candidate Commonwealths 1I Attorneyand John Jones of Beattyville James McQuinn of Estill county and Esquire Charles McQuinu of this county The speakers were introduced by State Senator Benjamin Sewell of this place June 2 85 The Bert Pills Ever Said After doctoring 15 years for chronic indigestion and spending over two hundred dollars nothing has done mo as much goodas Dr Kings New Life Pills I consider them the beet pills ever sold writes B F Ayecue of Ingleside N C Sold under guarantee at all dealers 25o LEE CITY LOCALS 0Farmers are done planting corn and it is growing very rapidly Bruce and Haney Lewis were visiting Clay Rose and wife Sun day A few from here went to Cannel City Saturday night to the skating rink K K Spencer bought a farm of 74 acres on Lacy creek thi week r 447L5 J4 a TO CeR8ESPONBENTSMail your items early so they will reach our office morningMondayIr not be published unless of unusual im portance Advertise no ones business and write on ode side of the paper only As no more goods have arrived for Mr Day we think he will not open a store here Johu A Graham of Lexington passed through here Thursday en route to his mill on Johnson Mrs Fannie Bryant and sister attended commencement at Hazel Green last week Bruce Rose and his sister Mat tie attended commencement at Hazel Green last week George and Scott Taylor R G Rose and H W Bryant Jr went to Frozen Saturday night to fish They returned Sunday with a nice string John Caudill wife and daughter wore here last Saturday to see Mrs Mahalah Pratt They left on night train for SI Caudills- at Insko Mrs Mahalah Pratt of Hunt ington W Va has been visiting relatives here for the past three weeks Shu will return to More head Monday where they are fig uring on locating The Odd Fellows dressed with their regalia marched to the grave yard Saturday and paid tribute to their dead Mrs K M Rose of near Winchester sent some flowers withwhich to decorate her hus bands resting place W R Youmans lumber inspec tor for the American Central Lum ber Co Anderson Ind was here Tuesday and Wednesday looking at some hickory lumber belonging to C F Garinger He will load one car of hickory and oakspokes for A C Hurst Bro June 2 A R Tie Beet ii Kentucky Thisreputation 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 sat isfy that want by ordering the Herald in connection with THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD The Her alds staff of correspondents scat tared throughout the state audits source of news throughout the WashingtonDaccurate reports of the conditions as they develop Wo have special clubbing ar rangements with them and can save you money See or write us not the Louisville Herald Sunday and Daily Louisville Herald and THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD for only 275 LACY CREEK LINES 0J P Rose and wife made a short visit to homo folks and friends on upper Lacy creek on Friday We are indeed glad to note that C 0 Rose was not lost at all Only up a sarvis tree filling up j thats all- Doroie C Rose and two sisters Mattie and Lula paid floral trib utes to the dear ones reposing in the home graveyard on Decoration day R B Taulbee of Snowdenyillo is the tcrack climber sincesarvi cos have ripened He says the birds have become intimate with him and have added several notes to their warble in his honor Master Marshall Cooper Snow den called on his best girl Miss Virginia Smith Saturday afternoon but Marshall has only one tooth and MUs Virginia thought hia toaryoang to be stray from hta maltJ ti k i i 4 A tf Ir tit What a pity that the Gunness murder farm over in Indiana wasnt discovered beforo Cougiosa ordered the motto In God We Trust put back on our coins How many people today trust more in the coin than their God June 1 SOCKS A Grand Family Medicine- It gives me pleasure to speak a good word for Electric Bitters writes Mr Frank Conlon of No 430 Houston street New York Its a grand family medicine for dyspepsia and liver complications while for lame back and weak kid neys it cannot be too highly recommended Electric Bitters regulate the digestive functions pu rify the blood and impart renew ed vigor and vitality to the weak and debilitated both sexes Sold under guarantee at all dealers 50o NEOLA NUGGETS o Corn planting is about over in these parts Mrs K P Nickell spent Sunday with Mrs Bud Mapel J B Hollon is having a tract of timber near Neola sawed Mrs D N Wilson and Mrs J 0 Ewen are on the sick list JO Ewen wife and baby Gol den spent Sunday with John Hiton and family J Ctcsar Lindon made a busi ness trip to Jackson Monday returning Tuesday Bud Mapel will move to Holly where he has accepted a position with Shackelford Bros Howard Childers went to Jack son one day last week to have some dental work done Mrs Lou Mapel of Hazel Green spent a part of this week with her son Bud Mapel and wife James Dykes has moved his saw mill to the Clyde Wilson tract of timber for J H Stricklin Co H T Smith of Hazel Green is sawing for James Dykes and is boarding with his daughter MOB J CEwen Ben Dykes overseer on the coun ty road is having the boys work the Fugate hill Hurrah Ben we need good roads Mrs Arnold Aruett returned Thursday from Tiffin Ohio where she had spent a week with her children at the Juniors Orphan Home paatKIP Niokell Dad Hiton and Wesley Strioklin report a fine crop of groundhogs having caught five in one day June 1 JAKE TARBUCKET Thinks It Saved His Life Lester M Nelson of Naples Maine says iu a recent letter I haye used Dr Kings New Discov ery many years for coughs and colds and I think it saved my life I have found it a reliable cure for throat and lung complaints and would no more be without a bottle than I would be without food For nearly forty years New Discovery has stood at the head of throat and lung remedies As a preventive of pneumonia and healer of weak lungs it has no equal Sold under guarantee at all dealers 50c and 100 Trial bottle free LANDSAW LACONICS 0Rolin Combs went to Campton today on business J M Swango and E T Kash attended court at Campton Mon day Mrs E T Kash wentHo Camp ton Monday to have some dental work done I W Combs will go to Jackson ihifi week to visit his brother M r Breck Combs and other relatives and friends N L Combs has been suffering for the past few days with a pain in his head which seems to be very painful John S Pieratt of the Murphy fork was visiting at Laudsaw Sun day Come again John you are always welcome L E Griggs of Lexington was at this place last week j also a Mr Henry of Portsmouth Ohio was here Saturday Floyd Murphy and wife Cleve land Murphy John Brewer Mort and Howard Hanloy allof this place went to Ezel Saturday Dec oration day returning Sunday Born on June 26th to the wife of Willie Taylor a boy i on June 28th to the wife of J M Cocker ham a girl Mrs Lizzie Miller officiated iu both instances LOSTW L Buchanan has not been seen at this place for about ten days last heard of was laying off laud for corn in rough new ground and not in a very good humor A reasonable reward for a knowledge as to his wherabouts Hon J M Tester attended court at Campton Monday He seemed wonderfully taken with Gourleys band from Irvine but after enjoy ing the thrilling music produced by the boys still expressed him self satisfied with being a Demo crat Hiram L Whisman the prem ium horseman of this place always ready to bay or sell a horse of any age or size and one of our best farmers says he would subscribe for THE HERALD if he thought he could get time to lead it Anyway lookout for his subscription soon June 1 ANON HOWS THIS We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and finannclally able to carry out any obligations made by his firm WALDINO K INN AN A MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by DruggistsTake Family Pills for constipation STILLWATER SPARKLES 0J D Edwards has gone to Lee county on legal business Lula Rose of Lexington is vis iting relatives ou Stillwater this week 0 B Linkous and family were visiting D R Tyra and family SundayJ Rose is working at Hazel Green building a house for the purpose of running a shop at that placeOn Saturday George Rose sold to Rev Jeff Brewer one yoke of work steers for the consideration of 125Robert J Rose Sr on Friday went to Stanton Powell county to visit hia son W B Rose re turning Sunday- S C Rose agent for the Phoe nix Woolen Mills at Lexington has been out engaging wool for shipment the past week Della Leg of Red river and Geneva Brown of Trent were the guests of Mrs Jeff B Brewer Sunday Miss Della is trying to secure the Laurel school June 1 DO1- 1INo0CASTOR I A for Infentaand Children The KM Youi Hart Always 0H Dearsthe 1 Lji i V i A L Henry Writes a Litter TUTTLE OKLAHOMA May 21 I Editor Hazel Green Herald I am just home from a trip to Old Kentucky where I go for a vacation While I was gone a small cyclone visited our town and took some houses barns and small buildings moved a large hotel from its foundation and turned it half around on Friday morning and a fire broke out and took a stone block from the center of the town which looks asif our town is almost a name and no town But we have good people that are r full of energy so we will soon + have a better town than ever I was gone twenty days I left hers May 1st and stopped in Spring field St Louis and Lexington and t can say that I never met with such u flue bunch of new friends in all my travels from coast to coast as I met in Lexington 1 blew into Cannel City on Thurs day May 7th and there metClar once Cecil which waaflfiurpriao to y both he and myself andthdnIwas iiiescorted by him to Grassy Cre5 rJ through the rain and mud which is the limit in Kentucky We landed at Frank Cecils and there was waterbound for three days aqd must say it was sure a pleasant place to be I could not men tion a place I had rather been for the length of time I was there I was real anxious to see my old uncle J L Henry and hiaatoie ou the hillside with so many dif ferent signs tacked about on it such as Granger Twist Fault 1 less Starch Thread for Sewing Wool Laft Here for Ezel Card Mill and enjoyed seeing this old uncle stick both hands to thevery bottom of his pocket and say Byjacks I cleared 15c today which was an unusual big day to make so much j and of co u T Uncle Nias Lovelace was there to see that no one told a largerooon bear or whisky story than the ono he told before On Sunday I went to what ii known as Grassy Chapel to church There we heard a real good ser mon and everybody seemed J1Y The sun had shown moat of the morning and the little wrens had built their nests over the windows of the old church that had stood for so long as a landmark on the creek On Wednesday Mjaa Lillie Cecil and myself viated her old uncle Bob Cecil who tried so long to live among the western tuft I think he was thoroughly duj usip ed and returned tathe east and is now located at Hazel Green one of the nicest small towns in Kentucky not only for its being lo Gated on Red river for thepqapje more than make up for the rough country surrounding the small cityWhile in Hazel Green I visited Swangp Springs which was ono of the most enjoyable features of my trip We took dinner with Bob Cecil my first time to eat with him in almost a quarter of century and was surprised to see him looking so young Time has not changed him to look even one day olderI not surprised at the com mon wealth of Kentucky people for I saw from the oar windows many farmers struggling to reach the tops of those pikepeaked farms in pursuit of pleasure and wealth while so many industries are staring them in the face from all parts of the country I made ready for my trip home started on Friday May 16th and landed home feeling some worsted from my trip hut now I am in high glee with a fine business I still have an open spot in my mind for a though of dear OJd Ken tacky and its many kind andVnobla oripnptforgetpeople 4si lallty 1ik 3t- R S y r y y tI =GERALDEntered at the Bate f GrernPoit O oe at lecomlolaii matter r SPENOEB COOPER Editor p HAZEL GREEN KY j THURSDAY June 4 1908 14 ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR CONGRESS are authorized to BYRDWe A F BYRD of Winchester as a candidate for Representative in Congress from the Tenth r Cngressional District subject to the at lion of the Democratic party FOR CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE are authorized to atGOURLEYWe Judge G W Gour ley of Beattyville as a candidate for Circuit Judge of this the 23rd Judicial District subject to the action of the Republican party L FOR COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY STAMPERWe are authorized to an A H Stamper of Campton as a candidate for Common wealths Attorney of the 23rd Judicial v District to fill the unexpired term sub fir I ject to the action of the Democrat party V10U We are authorized to announc t IVnulli Kelly Hash of Jackson as candidate for Commonwealths Attorney for the 23rd Judicial District subject tithe action of the Republican party 0 FOR COUNTY JUDGE are authorized to an SWANGOWe JM Bud SWAN GO as a candidate for the office of Coun ty Judge of Wolfe county subject to r the fiction of the Democratic party 0are authorized to an HOCKEYWe ELIAS SHOCKED s a candidate for the office of Count Judge of Wolfe county subject to tbe action of the Democratic party a FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK 2t I liNDEN We are authorized to annoum J Cesar Linden of Gillmore as a candidate for the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to the Democratic primary 0FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK announcTUTTthe office of County Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party FOR SHERIFF are authorized to announce l SMITHWe1 SMITH as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Wolfe county Ir subject to the action of the Democratic partySIIIEV I We areauthorized to nnnounc GEO W SALLEY as a can didate for Sheriff Wolfe county sub r jecttolEeacflonoftbe Democatic party FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to an SAUDIS nounce S G SAMPLE of pCampton as a candidate for County Attorney of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic party 0 FOB JAILER DYERWeareauthorizedtoannauncei the office of Jailer of Wolfe Countysub te ject to the action of the Democratic par 4 ty FOR ASSESSOR i TYRAWe are authorized to announce B Tyra of Stillwater as a candidate for Assessor of Wolfe county subject to the Democratic primary F FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT 7 Tllll DEC We are authorized to an lAULOLL nounce JOHN W TAUL DEE as a candidate for County Super intendent of Schools subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party 0c are authorized to annouce ONEYWe Oney of Hazel Green as a candidate for County Superintendent of Schools subject to the action of the Democratic primary A GREAT number of the citizens of Wolfe county are asking E T Kash of Landsaw to make the race for County Judge If Mr Kash decides to enter tho field for this office we feel safe in saying that he will look well to the interests of the county He is i a self made man Left at the age of 14 without a father and without money and in debt still with these obstacles to contend with he has made a success financially I He isa man interested in educa tionanli for the upbuilding of the county in general t fort5 You A growing community needs constantly larger public revenues More money is constantly required for roads schools streets sewers public buildings and a great many other things that go to make the outfit of a progressive modern community Even economical gov ernment costs mon y if commun ity is progressive Tho question facing Kentucky its scan tho State counties townsv iitieapt tho larger revenues rt 11 1 v they need tomeetthfise inoreasiu1 demands by the tax system now iit use in Kentucky I The Kentucky State Develop mont Association realizes the importance of this question and has created a Committee on Taxation which has for some time been engaged in investigating this ques tion The conclusion this com mittee is in line with the conclusion reached in every State where a system of taxation similar to that in use in Kentucky has beet followedIpossible to properly care for the growing needs of the State and of its counties and cities on the present plan of raising public revenues without imposing upon every class of property a burden heavier that it should beara burden so heav that property which can not be hidden will be undervalued property that can be hidden will bf concealed and property that cat easily be moved will leave the StateThe system by which Kentucky raises all its public revenues State countyand municipal is the system commonly in use everywhen fifty years ago but which has nowI been abandoned in whole or part by prosperous and progres sive States and which other States are preparing to abandon foi methods better adapted to the new forms of property that have come into existence during recent years and better adapted to meeting the severe competition that exists be tween States in the effort to at tract new business enterprises The average tax rate including all taxes in cities of the second class of Kentucky is about 270 on each one hundred dollars of property in cities of the third class it is about 207 in cities of the fourth class is 217 and even in the small towns in the fifth class it is 210- Manifestly such tax rates are not conducive to development of the community It is equally manifest that the public revenues are none too large but that on the contrary they should be larger to provide many of the things needed in a progressive community How shall these things be provided un der our present system which leaves us nothing to do but to pile an additional rate of taxation on a rate already too high with the certainty that still more taxpayers will be driven into evasion or pain perjury in order to escape their taxes It is possible to raise those rev enues by a different system with less hardship It is possible to meet not only all present demands but all future demands if we will but institute a system of taxation better adapted to the varying ca pacity of different classes of prop erty and so arranged that millions of dollars of property that now es capes taxation will be brought upon the assessment rolls while the unjust burden that now rests upon real estate will be relieved There is a great field of special taxes that Kentucky has not tried and can not try with its tax laws is their present condition There ire successful plans of separating- the sources of revenue so that the burden may be none too heavy on lay particular class of property and the aggregate returns larger Every man pays taxes whether he is on the assessment lists or Sot it reaches him some way Every man is therefore vitally concerned in having in Kentucky the best tax system that can be evolved from the experience of net It is in fact tied to the worsta system that has been denounced by one tax commission ifter another in nearly every Staten the Union as wholly unfitted to modern conditionsas putting a handicap on progress a penalty ipon honesty a burden on the nan of small means a premium upon perjury The committee is sending out from time to time matter bearing ipon various phases of this important question If you are in terestedand how can you help being interested in a matter that digs deeper into your pocketbook ivory yearsend your name and tddress to the committee and it will put you on its mailing list It costs you nothing It commits you to nothing You merely join us in getting information on the subject from every possible source ind spreading it Every State is studying this question and great light is being turown on it It is at business questionthe business of every man who earns a dollar sod this committee is engaged in irying to secure for it from the What Shall We Have for Dessert Try JELL 0 the dainty appetizing ceo lomlcal dessert Can be prepared Instantly simply add boiling water and serve when cool Flavored just right sweetened just Ight perfect In every way A lOc package lakes enough douert for a large family All grocers sell it Dont accept substitute ELLrO complies with the pure food laws even honLemon Orange Bjupberry Ibocobte getreach s jf r taxpayers of the State the atten tion Jie deserves Every man in byhelpl11gsystem of raising public revenues Committee on Taxation of the Kentucky State Development As sociation Room f 00 Columbia Building Louisville Ky OFFICIAL CALL The Democratic Executive Committee of tho Tenth Congressional District at its meeting in Mt Sterling recently made the following official call irstII is ordered that mats conven tions he Ileidlit the courthouse in each of the respective counties composing the Tenth Congressional District at 1 oclock p m Saturday July II 1908 for the purpose of selecting and instructing if so desired delegates to represent the said counties at the general convention hereinafter provided for Second Said delegates so selected at the various county conventions shall as semble in a general district convention to be held at Estlll Springs Hotel Estill county Ky Wednesday July 15190S- at the hour of 1080 oclock a m for the purpose of nominating a Democratic candidate for Congress in said Tenth Congressional District of Kentucky to be voted for at the November election 1908 and to adopt such resolutions and transact such business as may properly be the snliject of consideration by raid convention Third All persons who are devoted to the principles of the Democratic par ty and desire to see those principles suc ceed and who by participating in said conventions feel in honor bound to sup port the Democratic nominee in the next November election and who will be legal voters in the precinct in which they now live if they continue to live in the same precinct until the November election 1JOS shall have the right and are invited to participate in said connty conventions FourthIn said general convention each county shall be entitled to one vote for each JOO or fractional part over 100 votes Unit were cast for Judge Alton B Parker for President In 1904 Fifth The Chairman and Secretary or this meeting are directed to advertise the said county mass conventions and said district convention through the Democratic press of the district and In such other manner us to them may seem expedient and proper FIXLEY E Foca Chairman E W SKXIT Secretary TIlE HEUALD is in receipt of a copy of the Sentinel Okla News- Boy from which we learn that J Richmond DeBusk in addition to being aseistant cashier of the Cit izens State Bank is also president of the Board of Trustees of that growing little city CA STOElJ4Bean theItoKind You Haw toys Bought SIgnature ofSTEVENS CFor Trap or Field a STEVENS SINGLE or DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN is Ideal Low in Price High In Qualitygood gun value right through I Made in standard gauges lengths weights etc Hammer or Hammerless Styles STEVENS SHOTGUNS SHOOT STRAIGHT AND STRON- Grotuibull prottw ndforla0 DamJB- POr1lnl MT ardernd trhd Chlod Ooo4a Yer tofotb otpot- ebaeh If yoocomet Bal 4tneaveorar ebWOI tUp direct I Ia colon 1U1M for l xprtfi prtpvd pon I 10 trot in iteapi to psipot4aidcI I I a dcI J STEVENS ARMS TOOL COP O Box 4098 Chicopee Falls Mast n Buggies I BuggiesI 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 nt reasonable prices I dont han dIe anything but firstclass buggies and those who want cheap claptraps will have to go elsewhere iSrUemember if you want a FIRST CLASS BUGGY one that will give satisfaction in comfort and wear I can supply you Call and see me At my shop in Hazel Green JOINIigROSE J t l i ft Repnblicai Primary Election- At n meeting of the Republican Exec ulive Committee of the 23rd Judicial District of Kentucky hell in Irvine Ky April 23 1008 pursuant to notice duly fiiven for the purpono of llxinj the time place and manner of nomina ting Republican candidates for tine of fires of Circuit Judge and Common wealths be voted fur lit AttorneYrtothe 1H08 In said district Present Ureathitt J U Mc Liu by A 11 Arnold proxy Estill L H Flynn LeoH L Wheeler WolfeG W Lovelace L II Flynn was made chairman of mild meeting and G W Ljveluic was made secretary und treasurerUpon motion it is ordered that n prl teary election be held at each of the various precincts in said district to be held at the regular and usual voting place therein in the said counties of Breath Itt Tiin Leo and Wolfe beglnnlng at the hour of 6 oclock a in and closing at four oclock p m standard time 01 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 atDH ating with the Republican party and who will support the nominee of said primary election and who are now 01 will be lecal voters nt 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 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 the respective counties who shall on the third day after said election at 10 oclock a m compare and canvass the returns of said election and immediately mall a certifi cate of said vote in said respective counties signed by the chairman and secretary 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 meat at Irvine Ky and compare said ounty returns and issue certificates of nomination to the successful candidates The expense of said primary election is stimated to be Seven Hundred lollars 70000 onehalf of which shall be paid by the candidates for Circuit ne half to be paid by the candidates for AttorneyNotice be given by publishing a copy of this call in each of the newspapers in said district and- y posting a copy of this call on the ourt 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 noli fy the secretary of this committee at east fifteen days before the date fixed for said election and pay to the treas urer his proportionate part of the expenses of said election On motion it was ordered that this committee adjourn to meet at Beatty Mlle Ky Friday June 5 1908 This April 23 1SI08 L H FLYNN Chairman G W LOVELACE Secretary A copy attest G W LOVELACE Sec miSS Falag lOng THB MILLINER HAZEL GREEN KY Invites the ladies of Hazel Green and vicinity to call and inspect the latest creation in Trnnmoi and Untrimmed Hats Frames Flowers Feathers Ribbons Etc just received from her Cincinnati buyer and embracing latest out BllBllmeB 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 O Your patronage is respect fully solicited Respectfully FALAY LONG GEORGE RICE UNDERTAKERHAZEL I have several fine Coffins in my shop andam prepared to make any style to order and on the moat reasonable terms I also havo A Handsome Hearse and will attend all burials when so requested Public patronage IB respectfully solicited 2Mf GEO RICE W1f 1 v Ohio College of Dental Surgery 4 Central Avenue and Court Street CINCINI TAII Tills College was organized in 1840 and tho 63rd Annunl Session begins October 3Gth 1908 This is the first Dental College established In the West It Is co educational and has n teaching corps of twenty Instructors Its buildings are modern and adapted to the requirements of modern dental education and its clinics ore unsurpassed Optional Spring and Fall Courses in clinical instruction are I tIto HAZELGREEN ACADEMYS- pring Term Opens March 117th 1 1908 fr Special attention will be given to teachers who wish to review all the Common Branches in proparation for Spring Examinations Tho 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 themsolves for teaching orwish 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 per week Furnished Rooms Free Write for Catalogues M 0 CARTER SecyTreas H J DERTHICK Principal miSSeS maDle ana TroD announce to the ladies of town and surroundingvicinity that they now have in stock their new and fresh Spiii and seiner PWHaving spent severalI days in one of the most fashionable wholesale mil linery emporiums in the metropolis of Louisville they feel amply able to please the most fastidious tastes even in extremes cases They also have a select line of LADIES FURNISHING GOODS such as Collars Belts Cloves Etc MW In addition to the Millinery Business we have a DRESS MAKING DEPARTMENT to which we give our customers the best advantage and from our lino of literature with illustrations the best 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 ot MAPEL TROY The Campaign 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 theI Daily CourierJournal 125 Daily Louisville Times 125 Weekly CourierJournal 35 FROM NOW UNTIL DECEMBER 1 1908 paperthroughday as subscriptions will start with issue of day order is received No back numbers can 16 be sent Or you can have the HAZEL GREEN HERALD for 12 months and either of the above dailies i+ FOR ONLY 185 iifJldurinscription will be received at the reduced rate f after August 31 under any circumstances Send your subscription orders to this paperNOT to the CourierJournal or es Address THE HERALD i e io r I I TTw y LchJ4 t A b i s A Hair- Dressing hIf+ you wish a highclass hair Ayersgi4mula will greatly please you f It keeps the hair soft and xv smooth makes it look rich and y luxuriant prevents splitting at y the ends And it keeps the scalp free from dandruff Dot not change tire color of the hair TormuU with ooh bottl sourFIf lJle18doo about U ah ur4 At the same time the new Ayers Hair Vigor is a strong hair tonic promoting tbe growth of the hair keeping all the tissues of the hair and scalp In a healthy condition The hair stops falling dan druff disappears A splendid dressing Yoda by tht J C JLJM Co Lowtll Must THE HERALD DRINK WAINSCOTTS POP Kash Johnson Kash will pay cash or trade for corn Jesse Kash left Friday to visit his grandfather J T Day at Lex ington Dr Collier and John S Carter of West Liberty passed through here yesterday en route home Rev J M Little will preach at the Johnson schoolhouse on Lacy creek Sunday next at 11 oclock Miss Stella Mauker has been as sisting in the bank during the past week Mrc Patton being on the sick list Mrs Mattie Boyd and little son Raymond accompanied by Mies Nellie Evans paid Mrs Cooper a visit on Sunday last Mies Rosa Spencer and Miss Maud Stamper of Stamper branch were in town last Monday and paid TilE HERALD a visit o zailciBarr ttqTheKind You Haw Wrap Bought Bigutntcf Green Trimble Sr of Mt Ster ling who was visiting his daugh tor Mrs TaylorDay during com mencement returned home Sat urday Bill posters for Haags Mighty Shows were here yesterday posting bills and there is every prospect now that the show will be here on TuesdayJohn D Rose of Lacy creek had a fine mare to foal twin colts a week or so ago which were burn dead and last week the mare drop ped dead while grazing Our friend Jeff Halsey of the Murphy fork announces that he has a young Republican voter at his house the young gent having arrived Tuesday morning The long political item sent inI by quo of our correspondents is classed as advertising matter ai dI is charged for at so much perI hence its omission from the items O TORT A a Bears You Hate Always Bought orthettYd Rev W B Campbell a student of Kentucky Wesleyan Academy at4 Winchester preached in the Presbyterian Church at this place Sunday night to a wellbehaved congregation John Murphy ot the Murphy fork told Our Man About Town Monday that Tuesday May 20 tYthero was born to his wife a fine large Republican boy with whom he is well pleased Uncle Jack Rtteuhouso and J Will Alexander of Daysboro are doing some splendid and much needed work on the road between Hazel Green and that village and if others along tho road would do as well it would soon be in good ihnpe r1 Mrs Charley Lyons of the Clark Jtbranch neighborhood who was a f c laughter of Popoye Andy Nick joill died Thursday last of consump tion Several brothers and sisters were carried off by tho same dread disease among them tho wife ofi our fellowcitkeu George Byrd r I L of uaUl C1O r 3 c Tho Judicial Race Judge Gourley and Zaohary Tay lor Hurst paid our town a visit Tuesday and made speeches pre senting their individual claims for tho respective offices and to an outsider it seemed that they had the qualifications and the expori ence Judge Gourley said seven out of the nine precincts in his home county would support him and if there were 80 out of over 400 voters in Beattyvillo who would not he would withdraw from the race Ho drew a picture of his past from tho time ho was ahoy in the mines up to the present and defied any one to say he had ever been guilty of doing aught but right Mr Hurst said he had once been elected Commonwealtha Attorney but failed to land it referring to tho time ho ran with the late Judge Lilly and that now he wanted tho office if tho people would give it tb him Much more of the same tenor was said by each but space forbids us further report Senator Sewell was master of ceremonies and at every interlude the brass band played a tune The political pha lanx left yesterday morning for Leo City Prominent Visitors Tuesday our sanctum was glad dened by a visit from two of East ern Kentuckys brilliant young newspaper men Sam Hurst of the Beattyville Enterprise and J It White of the Estill Herald Tho former was here in the inter est of the candidacy of his father Zachary Taylor Hurst for Commonwealths Attorney and to boost Judge Gourleys boom for Circuit Judge both of them being of the Republican family of which Sam himself is a distinguished scion Mr White was possibly feeling the pulse of the public in the interest of a friend of tho Democratic party to which family he belongs as a scion of no less distinguished member than his fa ther Judge Banford White ex Congressman from this district and a lifelong Democrat Both the gentlemen were well pleased with our newspaper outfit office fixtures and force all of which they complimented as being uptodate We were really proud to entertain them and hope they may again visit us when we can treat them more royally A brother of Mr White who is also connect ed with the Estill Herald and a young Mr Black were in the party The Irvine Concert Band The brass band accompanying Judge Gourley on his tour was from Irvine and composed of the following young men all of whom left a good impression upon our people who willl be glad to see them again Several of the boys were struck with the beauty of our girls and more than one put his heart in jeopardy before he left our town Here are the names J R White Carl White J E L White R H White S W Todd T J Todd B H Park Clay Pat k Harris Park Sheldon Will iams Pleas Lilly Willie Miller Miller Whiteman 0 H Powell and H B Black Elders Knudsen of Thatcher Ariz and John E Pickett of Gunnison Utah evangelists of the Latter Day Saints church passed through our town Tuesday after noon en route to Mngofliu county where they expect to labor in the cause of their creed RECIPE FOR DIXIE ICE CREAM Can be made and frozen in 10 minutes at cost of One Cent a Plate Stir contents of one 13c package Jell0 ICE CREP Powder into a quart of milk and freeze No cooking no heating nothing else to add Everything but the ice and milk in the package Satisfaction guaranteed This makes 2 quarts of the most delicious ice cream you ever ate Five Kinds Chocolate Vanilla Strawberry Lemon and Unfavored 2 packages 25c at your grocers or by mail if he does not keep it XiIMrsteo1P nook Fne Th fssrti fuse reel eo 1n aq It X w H 3 1 LtC t h tr t r ft h 1 5 f TProf MV Roberts andfmy left Monday for Major in Owel county where Mrs Roberts and the children will remain until September 1 But Professor will1 return inn week or ten days Henry C Nickell and wife of Rogers accompanied by their daughter Mrs Clint Taylor and her daughter Miss Jennie wore visiting in Hazel Groan lust Satur day and while hero paid TILE HEn I j ALD a pleasant visitaud subscribed Prof Noah Cisco Cushier Put ton and Judge John M Roso com posed the party who went to Fro zen Saturday on a fishing spree but tho party failed to find the finny tribe Prof Cisco went onto Jackson and the other two re turned Sunday emptyhanded We have made arrangements with the Louisville Evening Post by which we cult make a special offer for Tie HEHALD and the Post until ovember 0 1008 or until after the election for 140 Think of ita daily paper and your home paper six months for only 140 and now is the time to sub scribe A party composed of the follow ing young people wont to Andy Blankenships Sunday to eat straw berries and report a royal time Misses Stella Adelaide Manker Elizabeth Mae H Williams Ella Center and Ava Mae Weakley es corted by Ellwood Daniel Will and Ollie Henry and J H Wil liams The following visitors were the guests of Mrs Hal Smith during commencement week Mr and Mrs John Caudillof Cannel City Mr and Mrs Russell Prather and Hager Wheeler of South Liberty Jesse McCarty and Master Odius Rose of Campton Willie Tester man of Stacy fork HTesterman and son of Cannel City The brass band accompanying Judge Gourley here Tuesday was from Irvine and also embraced among its members a ball team After the speaking was over the home team invited the visitors to crossbats with them and the re sult was a victory for the home team by a score of 0 to 1 although the home boys was a made up nine from tho two junior teams A social was held at tho rosi dunce of W H Wilson and wifeI Tuesday night in honor of tho vis iting band boys from Irvine at which all the young ladies of town and nearly all the boys were pres ant Alwho were there state that they had a vary enjoyable time and the result will be that many a loving epistle will be mail ed from Irvine and many an answering one will go from here And perhaps a wedding or two Who knowsll Floyd Day was here Friday vis iting his sisterinlaw Mrs J T Day and consulting with her about J T Day who is in Spra gues Sanitarium at Lexington for treatment Apropos wo wish to correct the report that Mr Day was arrested and taken to the asylum He is at the sanitarium of his own volition Realizing that he needed the treatment upon theI advice of his friends he wont there whore he is free to go about and enjoy himself in reading otc Beech Hargis Attempts to End His Life Beech Hargis and Allen Creech drank poison Friday night at the jail in Jackson Dr Hogg brother inlaw of Hargis was summoned and worked on them both success fully so that Hargis was able to face his trial Monday Hargis took morphine in water and Creech mixed strychnine inI oJIwhisky and gulped the doso His caso had gone to the jury for kill ing Charles Robinson shooting tho dyingTho fleeing man in the back and II obtained the poison is not known I It drove him mud and with a razor ho had secured ho was dangerous until it was taken from I bimImorphineinand no one is inclined to censuro thoao who gave it to himIi fcr j1iAIM IIt trj 1G tlrb I In Memory of Maggie Rose knew her she was pleasant YAll the lire long day Always laughing always joking Driving sorrows far corny Jest they blight the HiiMsliIn- cTluit every heart should sow She always played the Boldlerd part Whereer she chanced to go As we knew her she was pleasant All the rugged1 way Cheering up the saddened heart Giving life the swny For In this world the dreamland She Iiudnt long to roan lint loving gentle kindness In her heart would Und a home lint HOW shes gone and left us III this Inudof dream + Shes up when nil IIs real Where there is no such thing as seems And could her spirit whisper Im sure youd hear it say He patientI kind and loving Through all that weary WRY lly S 8 S cool Wife Glllmore Creek Shooting Record Broken- In an open registered target tournament at Sulphur Okln May 14 and 15 lames S Day of Midland Texas broke 800 out of 400 this being the highest score ever made by an amateur in a400 target tournament He made long straight runs of 157 and HI Ed OBrien of Florence Kas was second with 890 Farouto third with 885 and Wade fourth with 885 Mr Day is assistant cashier of tho First National Hank of MidlandThe notice refers to Jim mie Day second son of Mr and Mrs F N Day of our town atone time ac attache of this office and well known by most of our local rendersIn to the above complimentary notice it is learned that Jim at Dallas a short time since won a loving cup in a con test at Dallas Texas and the cup is a beauty For a long time he was employed by the Peters Car tridge Co St Louis and after winning the tournament at Sul phur they wrote him that of all the men in their employ he had given the best satisfaction in showing up their cartridges Hazel Green is proud of him and hopes he may continue to achieve honors Will Move West The people of Hazel Green and vicinity will no doubt bo pained to learn of the disaster whit IK overtaken Rev G F Herein mer pastor of the Methodist church here as set forth in the following item taken from the Bath County WorldRev G F Horene pastor of the Moorefield and Cassidy Creek Methodist churches will sell his property and go West having been advised by physicians to seek a climate that will benefit his health He has hud seyeral hemorrhages of the lungs and last Sunday morn ing while preaching to his Moore fieldcongregation he lost his voice Ha is a young man and it is hoped that he will regain his health He will preach his last sermon at Moorefield next Sunday Dr G1I Center reports the fol lowing births To the wife of George Pennington of Lacy creek Tuesday May 20 a boy To the wife of Alfred Wood of Gillmore Thursday May 28 a girl The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There is a disease prevailing In this country most decepu=3111 IL EE causedbyit p pneumonia heart 1 TO iapoplexyi Ifikidney I lowed toadvancetheI kIdneypoisoneds y v blood will attack the 06 vital organs or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles most always result from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure Is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys If you are feeling badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and remedyIt to hold urine and scald ing pain In passing It and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of SwampRoot Is 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throoglioat and special aa i JTUIII8Na i Of 9 F KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collated and Concisely Chronicled Hon D D gublett of Salyersvilli has been appointed special judge to try several cases in which the regular judg is disqualified At Central City one night last week J W Harmon a policeman shot and killed Charles Woodbun Rod seriously wounded JR Woolen chief of polio and was in turn fatally shot by Wooten Former Sheriff Ed Callabanof Breath lit county who was seriously wuuudci a few weeks since and who wus expcclei to die has entirely recovered and was attending circuit court at Jackson lat t weekThomas Shark and Dr H B Wright of Detroit Mich and 0 J Little of Jackson have started a mill at Jackson to manufacture shuttle blocks from dog wood which are to be shipped to India for use in weaving silk Charles R Conn while handling a big mountain rattlesnake in Louisville and claiming to be something of snake char mer was bitten several times by the reptile and died a few hours later iu grea agony He was buried from his home in Lexington Sunday afternoon Daddy PURU a local preacher of Jackson started a crusade against bunt tgers in Ureathilt county and as a result of one days work as foreman of the grand jury 27 indictments were fount against the owner of one groggery Judge W DL Ueckner of Winchester was appointed special judge to prenid at the trial of Roger Spicer in Breathit circuit court Judge Adams being disqualified by reason of having been in terested in the case an commonwealths attorney After a few hours deliberation the jur in the case of James Fisher charger with the willful killing of Moggie Harri in Cynthiana a few months since in a fit of jealous rage returned a verdict 3f guilty and fixed his punishment at fif teen years in the penitentiary Sherman Powell the negro exconvic who was charged with highway robbery by snatching from Miss Loula Woolfolt her purse and taken to Lexington for safekeeping was taken back to Ver sallies for trial and pleading guilty WitS given a life sentence in the penitentiary as a third termer Lightning struck the flagpole of the Stewart Sanitarium at Frankfort last Friday night There was no panic created among the Co girls although the bBuilding was set on fire John Wright a watbmaD fell from the roof andwaS the only pcron injured A bucket brigade saved the building The Stoops correspondent of the Ow ngayille Outlook says A ghost has been seen in this section by some parties- It is said to be about ten feet long and coal black with the exception of a snow white breast It has a head like a dog or wolf Several shots have been fired at it but it can not be hit The fiscal court in session atMt Ster lug last week fixed the county levy as ollows For polls fl50 and 60 cents on the 100 for county purposes which ncluding stats tax makes the 110 the contract to build bridges over Aar ons Run and Somerset creeks was let to he Brackett Bridge Co for 1235 The race riot which occurred in Prov- Idence last March during which one raveling man was killed and another was seriously wounded had a sequel any Sunday morning when a mob took Jake McDowell a negro from jail and lynched him after he bad confessed to eing one of the party who had committed the crim- eBucklins Arnica Salve Wins Tom Moore of Rural Route Jl Cochran Ga writes I had a- bad sore come on the instep of my oot and could find nothing that would heal it until I applied tuckleus Arnica Salve Less than half of a 25 cent box won the day for me by affecting a perfect cure Sold under guarantee at all dealers FORC- NEURALCIA SCIATICA RHEUMATISM BACKACHEPAIN DISTRESS IN STOMACH SlECPUSSNESS WW1 irl TVBRjB tt h At the Waist e AND t9Ni14T and Lawnand WRITE VE HAVE NO H F KY 7w T Pales at the waist back front or side are nearly sure proof of female trouble Some other signs are pressing down pains restless r ness cold limbs nervousness etc These pains may be the system braced and the womanly functions regulated by the use of 1 Wine of Cardui 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