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J 1 Ii A r i1 wj rat f7 t rrt i t k Lr r J Ai j a S Thw Y HAZELtREJ EN HERALII0 Established March 4 1886 Made Famous in tho Story of Jonathan and His Oontlnont by Max ORell 0 se AdvanceOwnerf 1 TWENTYTHIRD YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 11 1908 NUMBER 44 t Islington and Eastern Railway tyj Tie Table in Effect NOT 18 1906 WEST BOUND LNo1 1iII STATIONS j Dally No3 and Sunday 11 Sunday AMArr PMArr 6 10 am 0HJackon 0 2 20 pm 6 15 pm OK Junction 2 25 pm 7 07 am 20 BeattyfeJe 20 3 20 pm 7 30 am 40 Torrent 40 8 41pm 7 45 am 44 Nat Bridge 44 3 65 pm 7 43 an Campton Juntn 3 57 pm 8 15 adt 57 Stanton 20 pm 8 25 am 6Z HClay City 36 pm 9 00 am 70LKJunonJ 514 07 pm 9 12 am 90 Winchester 20 pm 9 65 am 94 Lesingtoa 05pm 1EAST BOUND No2 No4 Dally ex IIIDaily and Sunday Sunday AMLyeLiI I 3 10 pm 20 Winchester 20 8 13 am 3 25 pm L4EJunction 1826pm 4 00 pm 40 Clay City 4Q 9 02 am 4 10 pm 44 Stanton 44 9 10 am 4 40 pm Campton Juntn I 38 pm 4 45 pm57Nat Bridge G7 19 43 am 4 67 pm 62 Torrent 62 60 am 5 18 pm 70 BeaUIeJe am 6 10 pm 90 OKJuucu 7011017 am Ie 16 pm 94 HJackaon am S CONNECTIONS- L A E JUNCTION Trains Nos 12 and 3 will make connection with the C AORy for Mt Sterling CAMPTON JUNCTION Trains NOB 1 2 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central By for Pine Ridge and Campton BEATTYVIIK JCHCTION Trains Nos 2 and4 will make connection at Beattyvllle with the L and A Balltfay for passengers to and from Beattyville O K JUNCTION Trains NOJ 3 and 4 connect with the O K Railway for local stations on the O K Railway W A MCDOWELL General Manager 0HAS JCOTTOen Pass Agent Onio Re1llUll8llWll Time Table May 21 1906 i l WEST BOUND No 33 I I No 21 Dailyax STATIONS Dally ex Sunday tuSunayPM Ana 0 27 PM ABB 6 20 6 Cannel City 22 12 35 c 4 55 11 Helechawa 20 12 19 4 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13 405 20 Hampton 11 11 tit- S 52 22 Wllhnnt 6 11 44 310 27 OAK Junction 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND NoS4 Ii tCNo22 Dally ex n STATIONS A Dally e Sunday 1 Sunday AY LYE P M LYE 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 13HHampton 13 1 44 S37 10 Wilhurst H 20 151 5 9 25 1 OAK Junction 22 225 ft 930 0 Jackson 27 2 SO t I Noi21 and 22 will make cloio connecti at OrAK Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for points on the Lexington and Eastern Bah warSuperintendent L ICIo tall G8ntI81 8i1IOaa j No1 No 2 r DEPART ARRIVE 000 a mCampton1130 am 200p moo Campton 000pm No 2 No1 s ABKIVB DEPART 7 if80 amCampn Juno1005 am 3 80 pm0ampn Juno 4 40 pm The Mountain Central makes connection with all L E pas senger trains rr We J fleaJsBXOD K- k BEPBE8ENTINO Ih THE JOSEPH G REED CO i Wholesale Dry Goods and Notions 4 ivik PORTSMOUTH OH- IOI ii Solicits the tiade of the merchants of East 7 ere Kentucky and guarantees prices and J quality of goods Hold orders for hie f 0 H WILLIAMS DR tt r 4 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON f V HAZEL GREEN KY v Offer Ms profestlonal services to the cltl 4 4 of Duel Green and surrounding count iiaen try and will answer all calls of affliction t Office at his residence adjoining Hazel rI gFeea Bank t lW m Cc t i4R 1 ilo f Hh J rtAoj r j it j-t or II v j iii t 2 0 1 1 r o COUNTY NEWS Local Items ofgeneral interest to a majority four readers especially distant friends CAMPION CURRENCY o Walter Dean has bought out the Fielden Brown soft drink eatab lishment The Odd Fellows will decorate the graves of departed brothers this afternoon Rev J D Hunter of Cannel City visited the Jr 0 U A Mat this place last evening Henry C Nickell and wife of Oklahoma were in town yesterday and attended the circus John Tolson went toHazel Green today to electioneer for his prefer ences in the judicial races J B Stamper is still confined to his bed with blood poison from a small scratch on his ankle Sewell C Rose of Stillwater was in town yesterday on business and attended the Haag show while hereR E Bills an attorney of Ma rifltta W Va stopped in town last nigtilxou business and left on the early train this morning Will Wilson gird Willie Cannoy are proprietors of a soft drink gfl tablisbmont and ice cream parlor in the new I S Miller building and are having fine success A Mr Womack of Winchester and Jo Stamper of Mt Sterling are preparing to organize a camp of Modern Woodmen of America at this place in the near future Ernest Haags Mighty Shows gave two performances here yes terday one in the forenoon and one in the afternoon Both were well attended and pronounced a successPolice court held at this place last Thursday by our new Police Judge E T Rose was well attended All litigants seemed well pleased with the manner in which Judge Rose conducts legal busi ness The county convention held here Saturday was a quiet affair John Tester was made chairman and A R Marshall secretary The con vention instructed its delegates to vote for Bryan for presidential nominee F A Lyon for state cen tral committeeman R R Friend for presidential elector and I R Hollon for Tenth district commit teeman A large delegation will leave here for the state convention at Lexington tomorrow afternoon June 9 S S LACY CREEK LINKS 0Mrs Porter Lacy is very sick at this writing Jim Cox and wife of Toliver were visiting Berry James and wife Saturday Dorsie Rose and two sisters Misses MatttS amT Lulu went to Giltmore Sunday Bascom Perkins attended church at Consolation Sunday Wonder what elseis the attraction A Miss Miller of Berea is con ducting the Sunday school at this place and we think she will do good work Harlan South of Frozen Creek was in our vicinity Saturday after his wife and son Weldon who have been visiting Mrs Mattie Perkius and family rtbe past Roek Jane 8 LOLLr it tvt z 1 Iv rtir t piItr t 4 t Y t tif TO CORRESPONDENTSMail Items early so they will reach our office morningMondayifnot be published unless of unusual im portance Advertise no ones business and write on one side of the paper only LANDSAW LACONICS 0 Sewell Rose of Stillwater was here Saturday looking after wool Mrs I W Combs visited the family of N L Combs on the 5th Roscoo Shackelford was here on tho Gth on his way from Holly to Hazel Green Arthur Kash wont to Maytown Saturday to attend the wedding of Lenox Swango Stephen Swango of Valeria vis ited his daughter Mrs ET Kash from Friday until Sunday Porter Center of Hazel Green was visiting in and around this place Saturday and Sunday Mrs Breck Houushel of Frozen visited her daughter Mrs Frances Madden the latter part of last weekEllis Johnson of Hazel Green came over last week and bought a lot of corn of E T Kash at 1 per bushel N L Combs and family went to the Seminary Sunday to church and took dinner with I W Combs and family communityiMore would have gonA but tollpush of work Will Linkous of Maytown who has been in this section buying cattle left Monday with a bunch ot twentytwo G W Haulsey of Montgomery county came up last week to see his mother and visit other rein Lives and friends D B Tyra was here Sunday shaking hands with the boys He is a good talker and will certainly get there if gab will do any good Arthur and Otis Kash went to Hazel Green today with a wagcn load of corn for Kash Johnson Kash The corn was to fill a con tract that firm had with the Haag Show Co- Hiram Swango J M Swango and Surveyor Creech viewed the place for a new road from I W Combs to Frank Coldirons A new iron bridge will be put across Stillwater in this change Hon J M Tester and wife went to Campton Saturday Mr Tester to attend the convention to select delegates to attend the state con vention and Mrs Tester to visit her brother Jailer Haulsey Preaching at the Old Baptist church last Sunday A large crowd was in attendance and very quiet and orderly Dr B D Cox of Campton and Lydia Chambers Little pf Gillmore were baptized June 9 ANON Thinks It Saved His Life Lester M Nelson of Naples Maine says in 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 p n eumonia and healer of weak lungs it has no eqdall Sold under guarantee at all dealers 50o and SlIOO Trial bottle free v 1 i11 G jSoc 011 tt5jr ofJ I ij J LEE CITY LOCALS 0Many farmers have worked their corn the first time but some are- away behind J Taylor Day had a case of dry goods to reach here Friday Won der if he still mentis to operate ia store here Henry Clair left here last Satur day to return Sunday but he took too much booze and when last heard from was in Cincinnati The bill posters for H a a g is j Thursdayjvertisements They willexhibit hero Thursday Squire Fallen was here Thurs day and Friday holding court G C Allen of Campton and Mr Johucon of Neola were two of the attorneys present They tried- a lawsuit in which Mr Allen won for his client H E Oney passed through here Saturday for his brotherinlaws A A Duff He was shaking hands and talking with the people in the interest of his candidacy He says all he asks is a favorable consid eration and feels sure he will be nominatedHon W Gourley candidate for circuit judge with a brass band from Irvine were here Wednesday Judge J P Adams who is a candidate for the same office was also here Both gentlemen made excellent speeches which were heard by a good many Re publicans and Democrats Z T Hurst candidate for common wealths attorney also made an able speech but nearly all the t mblicaus in this vicinity are ti Adams and Kash Theband boys made some excellent music during their stay The entire crowd left Thursday on train 8 some for Wilhurst and some for Jackson June 8 A R Bncklins Arnica Salve Wins Tom Moore of Rural Route 1 Cochran Ga writes I had a bad sore come on the instep of my foot and could find nothing that would heal it until I applied Bucklens 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 NEOLA NUGGETS 0 Ciesar Lindon is reported better this week Jeff Bailey had a fine hog killed by train 21 Tuesday The heavy rains have stopped tho corn hoeing in this part J Ctcsar Lindon sold a pair of mules to Billie Fugate for 300 Asa B Ewen was the guest of his brother J C Ewen Friday Jake has been in his corn this week and will try to get out next Zack Smith spent Saturday and Sunday with his sister Mrs J C EwenMr aod Mrs Roe Spencer of Grassy spent Sunday on Athes branch Harlan Pratt is preparing his winter wood by using six horses to one wagon Mrs K P Nickell spent Sunday with her mother Mrs D N Wil son who is ill Miss Mattie Rose and a lady friend from Loo City were enjoying a horseback ride Sunday N G Burkhart is this week cleaning his corn He says he can work cheaper than hire the work doneClarence Lovelace of Gillmore enlisted in the light artillery Mon day and says he will fight for his country James Dykos is nearing com pletion with his sawmill at the Clyde Wilson job for J II Strick lin it Co- Died at his home on Gillmorp Sunday June 7 at 722 oclock p m Uncle Jeptha Fallen aged 82 years He was reared in Taz well county Virginia He was married three times and was the father of ten children who survive him besides two brothers one sister seventeen grandchildren and- a host of friends He was laid to rest in the Fallen graveyard on Gillmore It AKash having charger the remains It is hard to part with those we love but Gods will be doneJuno 8 JAKE TARBUCKET D B May passed through here SaturdayLeonard Nickell was calling on his best girl here Sunday Miss Sue 0 Long of Demund was here Friday on business- A Mr Bryan was in town Tues day interviewing our merchants S C Alexander of Daysboro was in town Thursday on business Charles Byrd passed through here Friday en route to Hazel Green W T Edmunds representing a coffee and spice firm was in town Friday Mr and Mrs A A Duff of Lee City made Miss Bessie Hollon a pleasant call Sunday Floyd Arnett returned Tuesday from Salyersville where he had been for a few days past June 8 GRANNY A Grand Family Medicine I It give+ Ii pleasure to speak a good wOf r 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 rec ommended Electric Bitters reg ulate 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 SOc STILLWATER SPARKLES e Hillard Moore who has the con sumption bas lost his speech and is nut expected to live any length of time Roy Smith and Joel Cox both of Campton attended the preach ing services which were conducted by Rev Jeff Brewer at the home of George Sally About two weeks ago Rod Hill of Pomeroyton while pranking with a 38calibei pistol accident ally shot two of his fingers nearly off Dr Bill Swango dressed the wound since which he is getting wellMonroe Gevedou who recently returned from a two weeks visit with Jeff D Rose at Weedman Ill passed through Laurel Satur day en route to Mrs Isom Byrds whose resinence is in The Cala booseSunday June 14 Trent Council No Ill Jr 0 U A M will hold memorial services and decorate the grave of J E Brewer this being the day set apart by the Na tional Councilor to be observed throughout the United States A large crowd is expected to be present on this occasion Bruce Rose went to Laurel Sun day to consult with the trustees with a view of teaching a school at succeslrlashabits and character Ho has the educational qualifications and is a well trained teacher whom the trustees will do well to employ J J ir1r The following young folk took in the meeting at George galleys Sunday and sopmcd to bo enjoying themselves fino Noose Brewer Laura Hounsholl Dee Graiu Niii i Jj- nie Brewer Charley Rose Stanley 1Bnileyand1 1 report soon Who can guess the j pair June 8 DOMINGO The Best Pills Ever Sold After doctoring 15 years for chronic indigestion and spending over two hundred dollars nothing has done me as much good asDr Kings Now Life Pills consider them the best pills ever sold writes B F Ayecue of Iqgleajdei N C Sold under guarantee at all dealers 25c TOLIVER TOPICS 0Mr Salley has opened upi a new store at this place Last week Dr F S Swango purchased a horso from one of thrCulbertson boys for 185 Rollio Clarks saw and griebt mill now at Dan will be moved to this place next week to saw and grindWillie Clark made Hazel Green a visit Thursday in answer to a call from R H Patton to transact important business Zerildn wife of Willie Clark and children went to Menifeeiconn ty last week to visit her mother brother and sister and will remain 1 a week or so Farmers in this locality all planted corn early in the spring excepting 0 W McNabb who last week finished planting a big fall crop He claims he ought to get 150 per bushel for it at that time i Buford Murphy spd at Garrett Carpenters hotu nt Pekin with a buggy and a spanking pair of fine bays and conveyed Sam Wilson to Willie Clarks homeat his place Tuesday to do ibme painting The Poet knew that ha was with a safe driver SB Buford has been in this locality before June 8 POET CASTORIAaFor fThe Bears Khd Y tUUtAtmJ8Mtr 11- Of CANNEL CInI cut 0Brack Howard went to White Oak Sunday Dr Edgar Nickell and hisbegt girl were out buggy riding Sunday Floyd Byrd passed through thil place Sunday en route to Salyers villarRev Harlan McClure preached to a large crowd at this place Sun day night A J Kelly the leading merchant of this place went to Jocks son SundayHThere was quite a crowd from this place attended church at Ca ney Sunday Misses Myrtle and Mary StamFper who have been visiting at Lee City returned Sunday Edgar Howard and Miss Carrie Caudill of White Oak made a s short visit to our town Sunday BAs Dr Edgar Nickel left Monday t for Louisville with Green Payton who will undergo operationfor scrofula JuiieS SuKMERGiRL O JkAIei8ean Mr WVrJt V J 1 j co IITHE HERALD I Entered Ube Hniol Green Volt omeeaeeon1 cIa mRtter u i e SPENCER COOPER t Editor I HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY June 11 1903 t4 ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR c We are authorized to BYRD announce A F BYRD of Winchester as a candidate for Representative in Congress from the Tenth Cngressional District subject to the ac lion of the Democratic party FOR CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE finilDt CV We are authorized to an UUUnLCIi nounce Judge G W Gaur leyof Beattyvllle all a candidate for Circuit Judge of this the 23rd Judicial District subject to the action of the Republican party FOR COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY are authorized to anSTAMPERWe A H Stamper of Campton as a candidate for Common wealths Attorney of the 23rd Judicial District to fill the unexpired term sub ject to the action of the Democratic party IIOU We are authorized to announce iXnulli Kelly 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 anSt GO asa candidate for the office of Coun ty Judge of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic party c are authorized to ant SHOCKEYWe ELIAS sa OOKEY as a candidate for the office of County I totheIFOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK I HinCU We are authorized to announe UnUCIli J Cesar Linden of Gillmore aa candidate for the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to the Democratic primary 0FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK are authorized to announce TUTTWe S TDTT as a candidate for the office of County Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party FOR SHERIFF to announceSMITHWeareauthorized candidate fur the office of Sheriff of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic party p SAllEYI We are au thorlzed to announce GEO W GALLEY as a can didate for Sheriff of Wolfe county sub ject to the action of the Democatic party s FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY are authorized to an SAMPLEWe S G SAMPLE of Campton as a candidate for County Attorney of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic party c FOR JAILER announceDYERthe office of Jailer of Wolfe Countysub ject to the action of the Democratic par ty FOR ASSESSOR announceTYRAcandidate for Assessor of Wolfe county subject to the Democratic primary FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT are authorized to an TAULBEEWer JOHN W TAUL BEE as a candidate for County Super intendent of Schools subject to the action of the Democratic party 0 annouceONEIIa candidate for County Superintendent of Schools subject to the action of the Democratic primary The Best in Kentucky This reputation has been established by the Louisville Herald in printing all the news all the time During this a presidential year t you want a metropolitan daily newspaper and you can best sat isfy that want by ordering the r Herald in connection with THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD The Her aIds staff of correspondents scat r tered throughout the state and its source of news throughout the Washingtontt DO enables it to give full and accurate reports of the conditions o as they develop We have special clubbing ar rangements with them and can save you money See or write us notUhe Louisville Herald Sun b day and Daily Louisville Herald 4bd TjiE HAZEL GREEN HERALD f op J 76 1J fi Title Must Bo Settled By Court Title to 2000 acres of valuable timber and coal land in Whitley county is involved in a case which by the action of the land office in Frankfort is to be fought out in the courts The land office has decided under an opinion of the attorney general to grant a patent to the land to W C Gillis which means that the heirs of Judge Robert Boyd of London will get a title to the land but they will have to defend that title in a court of equity The attorney general advised that the question would have to be passed up to the courts for determination It developed when an examina tion of the title was made recent ly that the state of Kentucky had never granted a patent to the laud to anybody This is one of the few cases on record where no pat ent at all was granted The first record of the tract of land is a warrant from the Whitley county court to Cox Williams MoLan cy February 25 1850 This war rant conveyed 40000 acres and the tract in dispute was convoyed to Gillis as assignee of Cox Will iams McLanoy Gillis surveyed the land In 1872 the land was sold at commissioners sale and was bought by Judge Boyd who thought he had a clear title Rob ert Boyd Jr an heir of Judge Boyd now asks that the land of fice grant a patent to Gillis so that Boy ds title can be perfected This will be done but that does not mean that the case will be settled for the courts must decide whether or not the land office was right and also settle the question of ownershipFrankfort cor Cincinnati Enquirer Dog Dives forFish Matthew Breen a restaurant keeper of Paris Ill is the owner of a dog of unknown pedigree and breed which dives at his masters command and rarely fails to bring a fish to the surface of the water and then to the bank provided a suitable place for his fishing is picked out for him The dogs penchant for fishing was already deyelpped when Breen purchased him in the south for 35 Since then the owner of the canine has gone on many fishing excursions with the animal and the brute always makes a better catch than his master Recently the dog dove into the Wabash rive er at the word from Breen and after remaining under the water for more than one minute brought up a Grman carp weighing 281bs The dog is about the size of a full grown shepherd dog and has short brown hair A halfbrother of the dog which Breen bought at the same time he acquired the fishing dog also dove and sometimes brought fish out of the water He died as a result of lung fever con tracted by staying under water too longOhicago InterOcean A Matrimonial MixUp Miss Maggie Day daughter of John Day of Morgan county has married four brothers each one in rotation according to age As the Sadducee said to Christ Whose wife will she be in the resurrection Robert Elkins was her first husband and after his death James the next brother married her After his death the next brother Barley married her and upon his death Monroe the fourth and last brother took her to wife Of course the usual time of mourning intervened between these marriages and by the first two she had issue which makes the brothers and sisters first cou sins She and her last husband are still living There is probably not another case in the history of Kentucky like this Her second husband was uncle to her first husbands children and by mar riage she became aunt to her own children TRY THIS FOR DESSERT Dissolve I package of any flavored JELL of boiling water When partly congealed beat until light adding one cup whipped cream and six crushed macaroons Whip all together thoroughly and pour In to a mold or bowl When cool It will jel may be served with whipped cream army good pudding sauce The JELLO costa JOc per package and can be obtained dt Any pM grocers r I i OFFICIAL CJLL The Democratic Executive Committee of the Tenth Congressional District at its meeting in Mt Sterling recently made the following official call FirstIt lis ordered that mass conven lions he held at the courthouse in each of the respective counties composing the Tenth Congressional District at I oclock p m Saturday July 11 1908 for the purpose of selecting and instructing if so desired delegates to represent the said counties at the general convention here inafter provided for Second tiaid delegates so selected at the various county conventions shall assemble in a general district convention to be held at Estill Springs Hotel Estill county Ky Wednesday July 15 1908 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 snbject 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 support the Democratic nominee in the next November election and who will be le galvoters in the precinct In which they now live if they continue to live in the same precinct until the November elec tion 1908 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 200 or fractional part over 100 votes that were cast for Judge Alton U Parker for President in 1904 FifthThe Chairman and Secretary of this meeting are directed to advertise the said county mass conventions and said district convention through the Democratic press of the district and in suchother manner as to them may seem expedient and proper FINLEY E FOGG Chairman- E W SENFF Secretary Fairs in Kentucky for 1908 Crab Orchard July 1517 Stanford July 2225 Henderson July 28August 1 Georgetown July 28August 1 Lancaster July 29 81 Russell Springs August 47 Winchester August 47 Madlsonville August 48 Danville August 57 Monticello September 811 Lexington August 1015 BurksvUle August 1114 Uniontown August 1115 Brodhead August 1214 Springfield August 1215 Sulphur August 1415 Leichfield August 1820 Lawrenceburg August 1821 Columbia August 1821 Richmond August 1821 Shepherdsville August 1821 Barbourville August 1921 Erlanger August 1922 Sanders August 1922 Vanceburg August 1922 Ewing August 2022 Mayfield September 2320 Elizabcthtown August 2527 Nicholasville August 2528 London August 2528 Shelbyville August 2528 Liberty August 26 28 Florence August 26 29 Germantown August 2G29- Hurdinsburg September 13 Somerset September 14 Alexandria September 15 Paris September 15 Fern Creek Jefferson county Septem ber 25 Bardetown September 25 Hodgenville September 810 Glasgow September 912 Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sep tember 1419- Scottsville September 1719 Morgantown September 2426 Falmouth Sept 30 Oct 3 About 25 of the show people in cluding performers and the band were guests of the Day House Tuesday night and Mrs Day says they were as nicely behaved as any people she ever entertained Mr and Mrs OJV Cecil return ed yesterday from Campton where they visited their daughter Mrs D CI Miller Jr who has been on the sick list but was better when they left Mrs W T Caskey will accept the thanks of the editer and his better seveneighths for a jar of mixed pickle or chowchow Little Daisy McLin will accept the thanks of our better seven eighths for a boquetof the choicest and most frugrant flowers Mrs Lillie McLin has the thanks of the editor and his better seven eighths for a nice lot of pie plant and lettuce r 0J peppblicanxPrimary Election At a meeting of the Republican Exec utive Committee of the 23rd Judicial District of Kentucky held In Irvine Ky April 23 1908 pursuant to notice duly given for the purpose of fixing the time place and manner of nomina ting Republican candidates for the offices of Circuit Judge and Common wealths Attorney to be voted fur atI the November election 1UU8 in said district Present Ilrealhiu J B Mc Lin by A M Arnold proxy Kstill L H Flynn LeeH L Wheeler WolfeU W Lovelace L H Flynii 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 the va rious precincts in said district to beheld at the regular and usual voting placEs therein III the said counties of lirenth lit luuiil Len nod Wolfe beginning at the hour of 65 oclock a in nod closing at four oclock p m standard time on the 20th day of June 1U08 for the pur puse of nominating the Republican can didates for Circuit Judge and Commonwealths Attorney in said district at which all Republicans nod nil other persons who are now in good faith allili ating with the Republican party and who will support the nominee of said primiiry election and who art now or will UP legalI I voters at the regular No vember election 1908 and who shall be legal electors and voters The said prl rfspectflInllcordllllcu laws of 1Kentucky and the rules of the Republican party governing such elec tions Within two days lifter the date of said election closes one of the judges and the sberil 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 wall a certificate 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 27lh day of June 1908 at 10 oclock a m the said district committee shall meet at Irvine Ky and compare said county returns and issue certificates of nomination to the successful candidates The expense of said primary election is estimated to be Seven Hundred Dollars 70000 onehalf of which shall be paid by the candidates for Circuit Judge and onehalf 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 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 sea of said election On motion it was ordered that this commie adjourn to meet at Beatty ville K tJtfMzr June 5 1908 This April 23 1JI08 L H FLYNN Chairman G W LOVELACE Secretary A copy attest G W LOVELACE Sec miSS Falag9 lOng THE MILLINER HAZEL GREEN KY Iavltes the ladies of Hazel Green and vicinity to call and inspect the latest creation in Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats Frames Flowers Feathers Ribbons Etc just received from her Cincinnati buyer and embracing latest out allgLIJlllge suits in Voile Panama and Linen Readymade Waists a specialty ill Silk and Wash Goode Latest in Belts and Col lars including a tasty collection Underwear Hosiery Embroidery Laces o in great profusion C Your patronage is respect fully solicited Respectfully FALAY LONG GEORGE RICE UNDERTAKERHAZEL I have several fine Coffins in my shop and am prepared to make any style to order and on the most reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse and will attend all burials when so requested Public patronage is respectfully solicited 2fitf GEO RICE t C rf iJ J Ohio College of Dental Surgery Central Avenue and Court Street CIIdTCIleTnTFi7CI This College was organized in 1845 arid the P3rd Annual Session begins Octo dbet litli lOftS This ix the first Dental College established in the Vent It is coi p t educational nnd has a teaching corps of twenty instructors Its buildings are modern and adapted to the requirement a of modern dental education and its din ics are unsurpassed Optional Spring tad Fall Courses in clinical instruction are also given Fur information and announcement address H A SMITH D D 8 Dean IlG1 Garfield Place Cincinnati Ohio 43G K S HAZELGREEN ACADEMY Spring Term Opens March 1 17th 1 1908rr Special attention will be given to teachers who wish to review all t the Common Branches in proparation for Spring Examinations The COURSES OF STUDY have been revised so as to afford the best advantages possible for young men and women who desire to bet ter prepare themselves for teaching or wish to prepare for the STATE CERTIFICATE or the STATE DIPLOMA The ACADEMIC COURSE well equips the student for the SOPH OMORE YEAR in College The Faculty is composed of Nine Teachers i Carefulattention is given to each studentii 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 MrCr CARTER SecyTreas H J DERTHICK Principal miSSeS maple ana nw announce to the ladies of town and surroundingvicinity that they now have in stock their ray and fresh Sjiii ann suoiner inililw Having spent several 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 extremest 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 wo give our customers the best advantage and from our line I of literature with illustrations the best styles can be seen and used We are located one door west of the postoffice Call and see our stock for yourself Thanking you for your patronage during the past teatson and hoping to merit its continuance we are respectfully o MAPEL TROY f I The Campaign Is On i of WHO WILL BE PRESIDENTi To form your opinions and keep in touch s with the progress of the campaign you will need firstclass newspapers We have made a special arrangement whereby you can get the t i Daily CourierJournal 125 Daily Louisville Times 125 Weekly Courier Journal 35 FROM NOW UNTIL DECEMBER 1 1908 r paperthroughday as subscriptions will start with issue of day order is received No back numbers can be sent Or you can have the HAZEL GREEN HERALDf- or 12 months and either of the above dailies FOR ONLY 185 fir tIThisduring June July and August and no sub scription will be received at the reduced rate f after August 31 under any circumstances Send your subscription orders to this paper NOT to the CourierJournal or loss Ad1dreaw THE HERALD f4t litI rl i tt N wt 0 i34 J1 114 r y tt- rY d re s i 4 I r j 0 1 l71ti Iy t A Good HairFoodfyAyers Hair Vigor new im j proved formula is a genuine hairfood It feeds nourishes 4j builds up strengthens invigor r moretI Aid nature a little Give your hair a good hairfoodr Dos not change the color of Me half formula with taeh bottle Bhow It to year II dMt- orKi9frZJ Aik him about it thou do a he lye You need not hesitate about using this cbangingAyers Hair Vigor prevents premature grayness but does not change the color of the hair even to the slightest degree Hedebr the J 0 liar Co Lowell us THE HERALD DRINK WAINSCOTTS POP Elder DG Combs of Morehead is visiting his daughter Mrs Q C Daniel Edward Oney was with his sis + ter Mrs A A Duff at Lee City part of last week W T Cassidy of Arnett was a guest of his schoolmate Ernest Swango Wednesday tight Curt Rose wife and daughter are expected this week for a visit to John M Rose and family osal5ti CJ ac JaBean th The Kind Yon Nave AmsBNEht Bkutm y ofWhile at Lexington recently R J MoLin visited the Shetland pony farm of L T Price and bought a pony Miss Mabel Clair May entertained Miss Della Legg of Public Square at her home Saturday and Sunday Henry Cecil and family were guests of his uncle Harmon Swan go and family at Swango Springs Sunday iIAunt Nancy Swango of Swango Springs is spending a few days this week with friends and relatives in our town Carl Kash fell from a sarvis tree Sunday and cut his lip and mouth severely but he was around and about Monday morning Robt J MoLin returned Satur day from Virginia and says his father is getting along fairly well considering eyerything OTORXABun th The KM Yon Nave Always Bought Signature y ftIlof While working the road near Daysboro James Taulbee had the 1 misfortune of getting his mule se verely cut on the hook joint Mrs Chester Cooper nee Lillie Hurt is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Charley Hurt Since tt her marriage she and her husband I have lived in Louisville A little child of Mitch Campbell and wife turned over a can of Giant lye upon itself Sunday burn ing it about the head and tongue but no serious results followed John Fetterly and wife who havVbeen making their home at Gays Creek postoffice in Perry r county are here this week to rent out their property for the year i Lexington is going to try the experiment of building dustless roads by using asphalt rook What we need in this section is mud less I roads by tho usa of any kind oft rook Miss Artie Dye who has been attending Cherry Bros business college at Bowling Green arrived N + home Tuesday after a pleasant isA JohnsonjiJ LOST Tuesday Juno 2 on the road between Campton and Hazel C Green one 82calibor automatic Colts revolver Finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving same Jg with postmaster at Hazel Green 1Stit pr t r i w rMrn r a- Y r g iA jft t 1 I t m l tlfj 4I LI- The Haag Mighty Shows According to advertisement iin THE HEHAID the Haag Mighty Shows exhibited hero Tuesday aft ernoon to a crowd of about 600 people Tho principal features of the exhibition are the Whitlarks man and wife double trapeze and Roman ring contortionists Spi der Mardoller worlds greatest con tortionist McCue brothers hand balancing and acrobats Peasleys man and wife carrying perch and cannon ball juggling Prof Delvy ring master and pony exhibitor Trained elephants ponies doge and monkey etc comprised the main show and in the animal tent were a kangaroo monkeys grave digging hyena two laughing bye nag tiger lion spotted and black leopards three elephants and a camel Without doubt the show is the best that ever exhibited at this place and it is conducted in a genteel manner with nothing to offend any one No swearing or boisterous language is allowed by the management among the show men and the costumes of the performers are new and clean Mr Haag and all associated with him even canvas men and drivers de port themselves in a gentlemanly and orderly manner and altogeth er the show is an object lesson all should see Bro Derthicks Easy Vacation Prof Derthiok and his little boy Francis left this morning to drive through to Newark Ohio and Mrs Derthick will go by rail the 18th At that time Misses Susie and FaI lay Long will accompany her aud all of them will attend the wed ding of Wayne Long and Miss Jeannette Gridley which will be celebrated at that place Juno 28rd Rev H J Derthiok officiating During his absence he will visit a number of places in the interest of the academy and at Northfield Mass he will deliver an address before the Conference of Christian Workers which will be July 7th we believe Mail addressed to him at Mantua Ohio will reach him or be reserved for him He hopes to secure large donations for the academy work SwangoWells Lenox Swango and Miss Lizzie Wells of Wellington were mar ried at Flatrock Menifee county Saturday June 0 Rev Johns Ad ams officiating Miss Wells is a daughter of Robert Wells a mer chant at Wellington and Lenox Swango is instructor of the busi ness department of Hazel Green Academy THE HERALD joins in congratulationsCouchArnett Jeff Couch and Mrs Easter Ar nett of Netty MuRoffin county were married on the 2nd day of May and Jeff is now living there Mrs Arnett is the widow of Wiley Arnett and a sister of Allison Rose No use to tell who Jeff is as nearly every man in Eastern Kentucky knows him He subscribed to THE HERALD and OJ while here and says he is now fixed to live Best Behaved People One of the showmen talking to a reporter of Tns HERALD said that of all the places where they had exhibited Hazel Green had the b st behaved people even to the children He said no other town was even a close second and surely every oitizen should be very prcud of such a verdict and strive always to maintain it HUMAN HANDS DO NOT TOUCH IT From the time the raw material reach our tutor they are handled entirely by ma chinery kept scrupulously clean No chance fo- rJEII0 ICE 001 Powder trleU1Ipure clean ai your kitchen ICE CREAM la Easy to Make 1 quart milk 1 package JKLL0 ICE CREAM Powder cookingBlmpleUatltl This makes two quart of smooth vel vety Ice cream deliciously flavored In 10 minutes at cost of about 1 cent a plate Flavors Chocolate Vanilla Straw terry Lemon and Unjlavortd Sold by your grocer 2 package for 23e Enough foragallouor by mall It he Pea notkHplt- lke toMM tin rW cUJby N V A f 1 1 d ttjiiy j Si i w J With due reaped to Miss Helen JtoRo Walbridge daughter of the president of the 0 K railway who took four letters from her first throe from her socond and two from her last name to make tire word Holochawn somebody last week suggested that the name of the station bo called Helloach way as that is what people expe rience who travel it from Hazel I versaIE M Russell and wife have broken up housekeeping tempora rily and Mrs Russell will stay with her parents Bony Grahum and wife at Demund Morgan county where she will this year teach a public school Dick mean time will continue to run his saw mill Mrs Young and her daugh ter Lo will take care of the prop erty during their absence CarInaySunday jumped into the water and stuck an 8penny nail into his foot The nailwas imbedded in a plank which had to he out away before the nail could he pulled from his foot and meantimo tho little fel low suffered excruciating pain Among the recent arrivals at the Day House we notice the follow ing W H Manker and Clarence Maxey West Liberty Walter1 Henry Grassy Creek Douglas Evans and daughters Ruth and Hazel Campton i H V Stout H Weisenbaum W E Brown The many friends of Sam Wil son the poetpainter willregret to hear that he is quite ill at the home of his friend Ben Murphy of Murphy Fork Sunday he was seized with cramps and vomiting and Dr Nickell was called Mon day morning Among the visitors to our town show day we noticed our friend A T Combs of Campton and during a talk with him he said that one galused Thrasher would be a candidate for county judge and place his card in THE HERALD Rev Campbell of Kentucky Wesleyan Academy assisted by a Mr Prentiss of Owingsville will begin a protracted meeting at the M E church here Tuesday night the 10th inst Mrs Lnla Kash has the thanks of the editor and his better seven eighths for some curly lettuce SANDFIELD SIFTINGS 0Corn hoeing is the order of tho dayStella Catron was a guest of Mallie McNabb Sunday James Phelps and son of Mc Causey are here on business James Robinson and wife visited friends at this place Sunday 11 J Catron made a business trip to Hazel Green Saturday Rev John Wilson will preach at this place Sunday June 14 A large crowd from this place attended church at Union Sunday Mattie and Loom McNabb visit nightIana Sunday W T Wills and wife of May town were guests of D B Stam per and family Sunday Cad Dennis of Ezel spent last week at thu home of his grand parents Mr and Mrs J JCatrou Mrs Mina Lyons wife of Char lie Lyons departed this life at her home on Clark branch Thursday May 28 aged 34 years She was a member of the Congregational church a true and devoted christ ian She had done what she could to finish her earthly career and was just waiting for the Blessed Savior to come and take her home With the imprint of a true and loving mother she left one little girl a husband two sisters and one brother to mourn for her Precious mother she has left me Left me yes for evermore Dut I hope to meet dear mother On that bright and happy shore Lonely the house and sad the hours Since our dear one has gone Hut oh I a brighter home than ours In heaven Is now her own Farewfall dear mother but not forever There will be a glorious dawn We shall meet to part no more on the resurrection mornI June 8 HILDBED J v t Ifj hiltt J u1iI A 11 odeltoreliose A P Dyo has jnst returned from Campton where he was engaged in building a mammothstoreroom for Miller Bros Ohilders which is an ornament to tho town Tlui structure is 181 feet in length W feet wide and 28 feet high It has 88 windows and two glass fronts for display of stock The floor space covers 9482 feet and there are 270 feet of shelving with 175 feet of hardwood Counters all the interior being highly varnished It has an oxtromoly neut appear ance on the inside and is un impos ing elegant business building from outside view One anyone should be proud to own Mr Dye has hadmuch experience in this linn and any one contemplating building will save money by giving him the contract Holden W Va June 1 1908 KyDearwhich send me your paper to the above address With regards to Mrs Cooper I am very truly yours HAZIr r EiiNun INSKO ITEMS 0James Stacey of Magoffin coun ty was here last week Mr and Mrs Pres Crase are visiting relatives in Breathitt J M and Proctor Patrickof Netty were here Sunday John Bailey last week bought a cow from Bub Oditt for 40 Richard Williams of Hager passed through here Saturday en route to Wilhurst Mock Robnet Arthur Keeton and Malcolm Patrick have just returned from Lexington where they have been attending State collegeWellington Patrick of Netty who has been attending State Col lege at Lexington passed through here Saturday en route to Cincinnati where he will teach in the public schools June 8 DInE SELLARS SQUIBS o Born to the wife of Ocoa Byrd tn May 23 a fine large boy Ocea doesnt seem the same since Rev W F Jones and wife of Lee City were visiting his parents M W Jones and wife Friday and SaturdayGoff has organized ball team and will begin practice next week Goff thinks his nine will bo able to do up the Cincinnati Reds in a short time Eli Phipps one of the oldest aud most highly respected citizens of Morgan county spent Sunday with som Long and family Undo Ely is a very interesting talker having a better memory than most men at his age He is now past 85 years old The Sunday School at this place is progressing nicely under the management of Elihu Skeins as superintendent Miss May Nickell secretary and treasurer Mrs EJ Long R M Jones Kate McClure and Miss Emma Byrd as teachers Fifty or more pupils have enrolled This being a newsy neighbor hood we are desirous that some of our happenings should get into the newsiest paper on earth There fore we have selected THE HERALD as a means of lotting the world know something about what is go ing on in this beautiful busy lo calityJames Nickell and family with Buford Nickoll and family and 0 B Nickell and family spent Fri day Saturday and Sunday with J B Amyx and family at Grassy Lck They went to the mouth of Grassy Saturday fishing What success they had wo have not yet learnedCrops of all kinds are looking boner than they have for years at this time of the season in this vi cinity On account of wot weather much corn was planted late but it is growing very fast and indications are that much will be raised as farmers have put out larger crops than for several years past June 8 DON JUAN tD J Il1o tw G e r J r f4tJl liVl t1 1 t0111nM VIII 111 1- AVegefable IIc TDRI 0 Iit PreparaltonforAs- slmfiatingltteFoodandllegula INFANTS t HILDKLN Ii Promotes DigeslionCheeriul ness andRestContains neither i OpiumMorphine norineral Nor NAnCOTIC i 1 seI Bwl AxJIII sIIt Ani8e JtltlgrUiMJ1 JJid vnmrnrnj Constfpalion i Worms CorwulsiiJI 15 fcveri sir tlessandLtlssoFSLEEPFacSimite i Nc NEW YORK Vlb monlliv Dusts Ci MS EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER M wA IHCENTAea c KY Invite the attention of people of Hazel Green and vicinity to the now stock of goods they hove just received embracing general stores Staple Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoes Clothing Fruits and in season Farmers Hardware and their hope to merit by fair dealing we are yours Kash Kash ar- Y of are so are so no to an he if a to as can B NF011M3 the citizens of Wolfe and the adjoining counties that he carries line of Collins gaskets Burial Clothes and everything necessary to put away styleD6rSpeclall on 24 hours notice finest made if ordered Teams aud luck furnished funerals Also can fill orders for tombstones l lil JAr L CASTORIAAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought J Bears the- slgnanire T fr OftfI I IfIIf Thirty Yearsf1 CASTORIA CSMPANY NEW YOC om J Kash1General COUNTRY PRODUCE x HAZEL GREEN tho and Vegetables c especially Shield Brand Clothing Dress Goods Latest Prints Domestics beingQuickrespectfully Johnson uptodateLivery k Lookout fo- rCECIL BROS new advertisement which willt appear next week perhaps Sam Kash the firm Kash Sample says they selling goods fast and kept busy that they have time write advertisement and says they had new ad they would have hire another sistant for which they not make room with the goods F BLINC- UNDERTAKER CAMPTONIKY a c Lk T r i 4 t 1 I E T nOSE 8 Q SAMPLE t ROSE S SAMPLE I Attorneys and CounselorsatLaw v i CAMPTON KY This firm will practice In all the Courts of Wolfe and adjacent counties Spectnl attention given to Corporation Law and Real Estate Litigation r Offices Second FloorlFarmerV and Tradi ra1 Bank V I h ldkll ireun ya kai 4 G M I 4 ifi i i weak Iq i c Heart Action here are certain nerves that control the action a of the heart When they become weak the heart action is impaired Short breath pain around heart choking sensation palpi- tationr fluttering feeble or rapid pulse and other distressing symptoms fol low Dr Miles Heart Cure is aY medicine especially adapted to the needs of ti these nerves and the muscular x structure of the heart itself It is a 5 strengthening tonic that brings speedy relief Try it For years I suffered with what I thought was stomach trouble when the doctors told me I had heart trouble I had tried many remedies when the Dr Miles almanac came Into my hands and I concluded to try Dr Niles Heart Cure I have l taken three bottles and now I am not suffering at all I am cured and toraItention of others who suffer as I did MRS D BAIIRON 804 Main St CovIngton lty- x Your druggist sells Dr Mlles Heart Cure and we authorize him to return price of first bottle only If It falls to benefit you Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind d i iLEFFECTIVE AI ALL FORMS OF I RHEUMATISM Lumbago Sciatica Huurelgft Nldngy Troubl end Klndrd Dla aaaa GIVES QUICK RELIEF Applied externally It affords almost In stant relief from pain while permanent results are being effected by taking It In ternally purifying the blood dissolving the poisonous substance and removing from the system DR SD BLAND Of Brewton Ga writes I bad been a lufferer for a number of 7nwith Lumtxtco and Rbtumttlim In nr army and l tan anil tried all the remedlti that 1 coal a gather from medical workiand alia conimltad with a enmeroftbI b t phTilclani but found nothingI that tare the nllef obtained from tDIlOPS I shall preterit It In my practice for rlleumatllm and kindred dteeare- rii DR C L GATES Uan cock Minn wri tell A little si rl berebadsnch a weak backeanni s s5atonne net wIgI put her doirnon the floor ne ouleloerem palna I treated her 1t1lDIW1SD4 today I she prttorlb rope MtlttormypaUsbuahdr- ueL ItlnmypncUoeFREE i If you are suffering with Rheumatism I Lumbago Sciatica Neuralgia Kidney I Trouble or any kindred disease write tow for a trial bottle of 5DROPS PURELY VEGETABLE 5DROPS I entirely free from opium cocaine morphine alcohol laudanum and other similar ingredients Large III Dottle 6DROPS f5OoDses 4100 yrealebynruggltaEWA- NSOMRHEBMATIC CURE COMPANY tlDept 48 1T4 Lake Street Okltac 7v BEN MURPHY DEALER IN GENERAL STORES NEOLA KY Offers the citizens in and around Hele chawa the best line of goods ever seen in r this section at the price A big round youxTttlountry produce and railroad ties taken t in ejtchangA for goods and your patron age is respectfully solicited Until you buy from him you will never know how much you can save KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR BOLDSAND ALL THROAT AND LUNQTROUBLES reiiVJiVJiJDraTT sATISFAOTOR OB MONEY REFUNDED DAY HOUSE Hazel Green Ky Kn LOU DAY Proprietor pelt table fare In Eastern Kentucky A- Jar umple room connected Heated and III1Ut1 by EM throughout and special ac it o oM to traveling men wrx he x orA f4tterjJ f wtlttea torI81IEBALD P TIENOE BY MBKL C MATA sower sowed In the springtime In the dewy morn gladhearted The gktei were blur the air perfumed Sunbeams around him darted With oy he thought of the harvest As he scattered seed oer bill and plain But long summer dayi glided byre he reaped the golden grain A girl loved the fragrant flowers And so she burled one day The root of a rose Under the cold groundaway She watered it with her tears gloomHopeBefore she saw her rose in bloom Ob impatient hand and heart 1 With hopes long in being fulfilled Sow on wait on pray on Let all complaints be stilled long Tho thy pathway be dark and wailing days In loving service let thy life be given Thy grain shall ripen thy roses bloom If not on earth in heaven Hazel Green Ky- KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collated and Concisely Chronicled Roger Spicer charged with the killing of James Johnson in Breathitt county was acquitted last week in circuit court John Birth Jr was scolded to death and Eliac Logsdon fatally burned by an overturned boiler in a sawmill near Ow eniboro While watching carpenters raise a barn near Owensboro Charles Newman of Louisville was struck on the head by A falling plank and died shortly in con vulsions Dispatches to the city state that at I Elkatawa last Friday James Dixon aged 6 years accidentally killed his sis ter Maggie aged 8 years by throwing a loch and hitting her on the head Will A Young of Morehead has been I retained to defend beech Hargis in ad dition to the array of talent already en raged He was chief counsel for the late James Hrrgis in several feud css The cases against Beech Hargis Dan White and Ed Mullins in Urenthltt cit cuit court were continued until next term Allen Creech charged with the killing oi Charles Robinson received a life sentence Fox hunters were mistaken for night riders and fired upon by the soldiers who were guarding the tobacco beds of J Will Clay near Hollywood Sprngs Montgomery county Several shcts were exchanged but no one was hurt After twenty years of connubial bliss Ed Callahan exsheriff of llreathitt comity was last week divorced from his wife She had her maiden name re stored to her and will hereafter be known as Tysander Spicer until she remarries Anonymous letters have been received by the county judge and the county at torney of Lyon county presumably from night riders The writer evidently the same person calls on the officials to resign at once or dire results may happen Last Thursday was the one hundred and sixteenth anniversary of the admis ion of Kentucky as a sovereign state into the Federal Union The first Gen eral Assembly of the commonwealth con vened in Lexington Monday June 4 1792 The prison commission last week pa soled Henry Turner of Bieathitt coun ty sentenced to three years in the pent tentiary on a charge of killing his father inlaw Elijah Howard He served about onehalf the time The family of How ard petioned for the parole W S Dudley the tobacco buyer who during the early period of the 1908 mar ket season was threatened with violence at Carlisle last weak closed a deal at Lexington for 600000 pounds of tobacco He bought the tobacco for an investment and will hold it for a rise Prof John H Neville aged 80 years and for 60 years a teacher in public in stitutions 40 of which were in Lexng ton the last 28 years in KentuckY State University announced last week that he had put aside the harness and would I FOR- NEURALGIA SCIATICA RHEUMATISM BACKACHEPAIN DISTRESS IN STOMACHSLEEPLESSNESS r T 4 e yr 41 p ForWomans WomansEye madPIapplication nejfe fund It was learned at Frankfort last week that Nelson Halbert arrested at Man gum Okla and wanted in Floyd coun ty on a charge of killing Albert Raglflv is at large again although Governor Willson had issued the requisition pa pers for his return to the state Two children boy and girlnamed Curry living near Aarons Run Mont comeryjcountv while playing found a bottle and drank part of the contents When found they were nearly dead and the girl nged R years died shortly in severe convulsions The boy was only saved by hard work Trump Harp lying near Harpers Ferry went into a combination of iude dendent growers in Henry county to raise tobacco this yeur An arrange ment bad been made to guard the beds and when Harps time to guard he re fused saying he bad changed his mind and would not raise tobacco A quarrel ensued and Nobe Onan filled him with buckshot but not fatally A number of farmers in Madison coun ty are said to be in the hawk raising business and bavo large numbers oi hawk eggs and liens and will raise chick en hawks that may be killed and the state compelled to pay at the rate of 1 egch Owing to the inestimable damage done in different parts of the state by chicken hawks annually killing thous ands of chickens the last legislature passed a bill providing 1 each for these birds dead presented at the county clerks office of the county in which killedA wedding occurred last week in Caldwell College chapel Danville the contracting parties being Miss Eliza beth Jean Hayes daughter of Mr and Mrs H A Hayes of Reedville N C and Philo C Dlx state secretary of the Young Mens Christian Association residing at Louisville Miss Hayes has been a student in Caldwell College for two years graduating Wednesday A novel feature of the wedding was that she was handed her marriage certificate from the same rostrum from whichshe had received her diploma only the day before HOWS THIS We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure P J CHENEY d CO Toledo 0 We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions aud finantnclally able to carry out any obligations made by his firm WALDINO KINNAN Li 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 Druggists Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Jake Noble Fined S150 A Jackson dispatch dated June 8 saya Jake Noble who created sOmuchexcitement in town Sat urday night by trying to take the place was brought into Police Court this morning aud given 50 in each of three cases for shooting on the public highway He also has several cases to face as a result of his presenting a pistol andalso for holding up Norman Combs a fifteenyearold boy whom he came near shooting t Womens troubles veryoften I occur regularly at a certain time every months Incrcause this may have been so all your life Is no reason why it should continue Many thousands of women who had previously suffered from troubles similar to yours t due to disorder of the womanly organs have found welcome relief or euro In that wonderfully successful medicine for women Wine of CarduiMrs Leota Forte of Toledo 111 writesOflI am well pleased with the results of using CarduL 1 hays jtaken three bottles and am now perfectly well free from pain and hive gained 25 pounds In weight I ItCA I Write today for a frercopy of valuable 64pap Illustrated Book for Women It yes need MMIu1AMwIWRITE A TIER vice describe your symptoms stating age and reply will be sent In plain sealed envelops Addrml Jtt Ladles Advisory Dept The Chattanooga MedlclnaCo Chattanooga Tenn Lc c T ENS sDQCrop destroying furred and feathered pests aremade short shrift of with a reliable a unerring STEVENS CFor Sport or Service STEVENS RIFLES SHOTGUNSPISTOLSare f 1HicH IN QUALITY IN PRICE A If joveauot Sadtcntili obUintromjoii itampi for Dwltr wi ttJp nemutraWaadirect ufnu pnpaldipoa Ddcriptln twtlpttfCata Catalog togl Pete XtpliUwttk Alwintullt STSTIHI am- iCtsoallnanamlTCTZHS wbnrdelag Information J STEVENS ARMS A TOOL COP O Box 4098 Chicopee Falls Mass Buggies I Buggies I Toe citizens of Hazel Green and this vicinity are herewith informed that they can now buy first class 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 its l Remember if you want a FIRST CLASS BUGGY one that will give satisfaction in comfort and wear I can supply you Call and see me at my shop in Hazel Green RespectfullyJOHN H R- OSETREEks Fruit and Ornamental- Everything for Orchard LawnandGardenlOur Strawberry Plants are moneymakers Tryem WRITE FOR FREE CATALOG WE HAVE NO AGENTS H F HILLENMEYER SONS LEXINGTON KY Tie WinonostOf Bank WINCHESTER KY N H WITHEBSPOON President Paid Up Capital t 10000000 Undivided Irolltd i 11000000 Handsome Deposit o- fcrover s I t 80000000- X This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and bus laces men generoUythroughout East ern Kentucky and offers its custom h ers every facility and the most liberal legitimatebanking RMILESANTIPAIN PILLS I Headache TRY TOUR LUCK Iooeooovo9es000000000400000000000000000 +00000001000000000OOO4OOOOOOOCdO 334 25 in Free Presents000000oooooeeeooooeaooeooeoooooopoooo44oooooeo4oooeoosoeee ni1i00 The Wolfe County Democratic Primary Election to se lect candidates for the various county offices will be held in ltl the summer some time and THE HERALD avails of the a occasion to increase its subscription list and atthe same time 1J give its subscribers 2500 in useful articles such as watches and chains razors combination handy tool holder c 1lemhis brain in estimating the vote to be polled at the coming IDemocratic Primary Election The price of THE HERALD is 100 a year in r advanceand every subscriber is entitled to one estimate Old subscribers who pay up arrearages and one year in ad vance are also entitled to one estimate The one who sends 1 in the closest estimate will receive a gold plated watch andJ lchain next nearest gold plated watch and aluminum fob IWritedistinct Then enclose 100 with the coupon and mail tohi this office These coupons will be filed and the day alter the election a disinterested committee will take charge of them and determine who is entitled to the presentsa The Presents That Will Be Awarded t 00plated IfThe person making the second closest estimate will receive n nn American watch good time piece and aluminum fob 0uU 60American 50atThe person making the fifth nearest estimate of the total IJ vote at the primary gets a razor of the same kind 0 The person making the sixth nearest estimate to the total liaIIj vote oast will receive a combination pocket tool case 11ASIS UPON WHICH TO MAKE ESTIMATE i The total Democratic vote polled in the Congressional el ection of 1000 was 879 and in the Governors election of 1007 Mr Hnger received a total of 800 votes a 1000006100Use thefform Name i but make out estimatePostoffice i on any clean Estimate Statebiti of paper 0000ofigures plain0000 0 0 00 0 00 000000 100 000 60646 00 Send your estimate and your dollar to this office and wu willJtake core of both Sincerely yours SPENCER COOPER Money to Burn If you have money to burn Keep it in the house where it may be burned lost or stolen h but if you want to keep it safely where it will always be ready for you when needed deposit it with us A bank f j account will give you a better business standing in Ii iii d the community and a prestige that you may never 1 P have enjoyed before If your name is not on our 1 books we will be pleased to see it there before 11 p p the close of the year 1908 THE HAZEL GREEN BANKa If you have HeadacheTry One w 0 Wh 0 It They Relieve Pain Quickly leaving no bad Aftereffects t v725 Doses 25 Cents Never Sold in Bulky I Pa Nr t