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Th A J 4 Itf I ti0 r 1i + i d ftl SpMvsry iw SV vr h r HAZEL KEEN HERALD 1 0 Established Maroh 41886 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell 0 t OOOPKH dIern n aTWENTYTHIRD YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 26 1908 NUMl3RR 40 C t LLitintton and Eastern Railway Tina Title ia Effect June 21 1908 WEST ROUND No1 lios No6 STATIONS Daily es Dallyand Suuday js Banllay Sunday ouly AMLve PMLve AMLve Jackson 6 10 am 2 20 pm 700 am OAK Junct 6 15 pm 2 25 pm 705 am Bealirre Jc 7 07 am 3 20 pm 750 am Torrent 7 30am 3 41 pm 812 am Nt Brldrfe 7 45 am 3 65 pm 825 am Campton Jn 7 43 am 3 57 pn 828 am Stanton 8 15 am 4 26 pm 82 am C1ay City 8 25 am 4 35 pm 902 am LAEJnnon 9 00am C 07 pro 034 am Winchester 0 12am 6 20 pm 940 am Lexton ar 966 am 0 05 m 1025 am n iJEAST BOUND No2 i No4 Dally ex IIIDally and Sunday Sunday PifLveAMLyt2 25pm 0 Lexington 0 7 3b ms 10 pmeo Wlncheter 20 8 13 am 3 25 pm LAEJunctlon 8 26 pm 4 00 pm 40 Clay City40 0 02 am 410 pm 44 Stanton 44 9 to am 4 40 pm Campton Juntn 38 pm 4 46 pm 67 Nat Bridge 6719 43 am 4 67 po 62 Torrent 56 am Ii 18 pm 70 Beatt7teio am 810 OKJnncu 7011017 am 6 IS pm94lJackson am CONNECTIONS- L E JUNCTION Trains Nos 12 and 3 will make connection with the CORy for Mt Sterling CAMPTON JUNCTION Trains Nos 1 2 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central R BEATTTYLLEJUNCTIONTrains Nos 2 and 4 will make connection at Beattytllle with tW L and A Bilway for passengers to and from BeaUyrllle O ct K JUNCTION Trains Nos 3 and 4 connect with the 0 4 K Railway for local AKRRUarW Manager OHABjgobTTtienPass Ajent OMo1 ltliallwa0 Time Table May 21 1906 WEIT BOUND No S3 K K No21 Daily ex c STATIONS Dally ex Sunay r Sunday PM ABB 0 27 PM ABB 6 20 6 Cannel City 22 12 35 4 65 11 Helechawa 20 12 19 J 45 18 Lee City 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 iSl 22Wilhnret 6 11 44 310 27 OAK Junction 0 11 15 5 00 Jackson 1105 EAST BOUND No S4 Ko22 Dally ex = STATIONS Daily u BunhyIt Sunay AY LVE P M Lvx 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 iLee City 11 123 824 13 Hampton 13 1 44 4 837 10lvilhurst 20 161 x r r 9 25 1 OAK Junction 22 2 25 B 30 0 Jackson 27 2 SO r Nos 21 and 22 will make close connecttoi at0KJunction with NOI3 and 4 foi ii points on the Lexington and Eastern Rail wayH L CONLEY F Superintendent T lowtaiIlGButmIB8Uroaa NO 1 No 2 liEPABT ARRIVE t 6 OOamCampton1130amJ 2 OOpmCampton 000pm No 2- AERIYE No1 DEPART 7 80 amCampn Junc10 05 am 380 pmCampn Juno 4 40 pm The Mountain Central makes connection with all L E pas senger trains 1 We J JlERRY Idquart aea- BEPRE8ENTINe KTI J 1 THE JOSEPH G REED CO Xk lwltj try Qooii ud Hotlow j OHIOalEast Kentucky and guarantees prices and t iquality of goods Hold orders for him J Y 0 H WILLIAMSv eDR sPIIYSYCIAli AND BURGEON t HAZEL GREEN KY Oflen his profestlonal services to the dill senaof Hai l Green and surroundingconn 1q11 try Odwill answer all calls of aMloli- onpatpFthi w residence adjoining Kuelr- oesS Jlank M T 1i II- J COUNTY NEWS 1 Local Items ofgeneral interest to a majority of our readers especi ally distant friends LEE CITY LOCALS 0Fannie Bryant went to Jackson SaturdayT of Seitz was here last week David Graham went to Lexing ton Saturday Our postmaster has on display an elegant line of post cards R F Williams sold Charley Patrick a 50 organ last week C B Hubbard of Paducah was here Saturday calling on our mer chants Corn is looking splendid around here although it has been very dry for two weeks N P Adams of Salyersville was here Saturday in the interest of his brotherJ P Adams Smith Allen who recently opened a general store here are now closing out This is a busi ness in which too many engage in here John A Graham Co loaded three cars with wagon material for Chicago last week They will probably load as many more this weekS S Snowden loaded a car of staves last week for Syracuse N Y and one for Hoboken N J He placed an order for another oar to be loaded this week This precinct Saturday in the Republican primary for circuit judge gave J P Adams 78 major ity In the commonwealths attorney race Kelly Kash received l majorityJuno A R Thiiki It Bared His Life Lester M Nelson of Naples Maine says in a recent letter 11 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 equal Sold under guarantee at all dealers boo and 100 Trial bottle free LANDS W LACONICS o Wm Shaokelford of Frozen was here on the 22nd Good rains fell here on the 21st and 22nd Everybody in a good humorBuford Swango of this place is hauling ties for Cap Hurst on FrozenE Kash and wife visited the families of JB Finch and Roe Woods Sunday Miss Zuda Chambers and little sister visited nt Bruce Ruses Sat urday and Sunday Mrs Jane McQuinn of Frozen visited her sonin law John Lane Monday and Tuesday Born Thursday 18th inst to the wife of Willie Tibbs a boy Mrs Lizzie Miller officiating Preaching at the Chambers school house last Sunday and several of the young folks attended E T Kash bought of George Staytbfwp yearltpgafeNt j16 Wbo d1j 1fWeely Mi of 1 I Ir q I ir rrIir r 4 Itfk l 7 irY ifi 0 c t t C f k 1 rr TO COKRESPOrtDENTflilail your Items early 10 they will reach our office mornltgMondayIfnot be published unless of unusual Im portance Advertise no ones business and write on one side of the paper only I Jack Wadkins a yearling heifer for 10- Jerry Cardwell formerly of this place was here from the 18th t the 20th taking an active hand in the primary Jiollin Combs left Monday for Johnson creek in Mogoffin coun ty with teams to haul staves for Granville Day The Republican primary passed off remarkably quiet here c nsid ering the amount of money and whiskey that was used W H and J P Tackett and Wm Lawson went Campton Mon day to deliver the ballot box from this Stillwater voting precinct Several from this section will attend the show at Hazel Green the 28rd Among them will be H L Whisman and family N L Combs aud daughters and E T Kash and little girls Miss Caroline Taylor one of Landsaws Belles and one among the best teachers in the public schools in the county bought of E T Kash last week a nice new bedtick and it full of feathers Lot us guess the rest June 22 ANON A Grand family Medicine lilt 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 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 of both sexes Sold under guarantee at all dealers 50c ROSE PORK RAMBLES 0Mrs Mary Belle Arnett took in the meeting at Neola Sunday Ed Lewis aud family spent from Friday until Sunday at Mize Joe Terrill of Cannel City was transacting business at this place last week Miss May Rose of Mize is vis iting her sister Mrs Ed Lewis of this place Misses Ethel Wise and Bettie Lee of Lee City were visiting here last week J W Taulbee of Daysboro passed through here last week en route home from Frozen Mrs 0 B Allen and two daughter Creosie and Mildred of Lee City attended church at this place Sunday Mrs E B Oney of Hazel Green who has been visiting her daugh ItllMrsA A Duff left Wednes day for Indiana Mrs F N Day of Hazel Green and Mrs W E Back and daugh ter Hallie Day of Cannel City were the pleasant guests of Mrs AA Duff last Tuesday June 22 ROBE BHcklinsAraJca 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 jBuoklens Arnica Salve Less than dayloroJdQDderpNtDte at allJ datilen q 1 t 11 S lf vv r oJ 1ir4 ltt I INEOLA NUGGETS o was visited by ta nice rain Inct night R Shackelford was in our midst Friday and Saturday James Wilson of Hazel Green was at Neola Saturday- S D Wilson made a business trip to Oakdale last week Wesley Strioklin movEd to th farm of R A Kash Saturday Elma the little daughter of Mr betteroJ B Hollon and wife spent Sun day last with his mother on Holly crook Mesdames Jeff Bailey and K P Nickell were guests of Mrs S D Wilson last Saturday James Dykes moved his mill to Harlan Nickells to saw a nice set for J H Strickliu Co Mrs R A Kash who has been confined to her bed for some months is reported no better Mrs H T Smith and son Jack visited her daughter Mrs J C Ewen from Friday until Sunday The Republican primary closed Saturday with a uice majority for Judge Adams and Kelly Kash at Lee City Misses Esther and Addie Rose of Rose Fork were guests of their sister Mrs S D Wilson Satur day and Sunday Clarence Lovelace returned last week from Columbus Barrcks 0 where he was refused from the army on account of a deaf ear Mrs Chile Wilson is some bet ter since she returned home She was visiting her parents William Montgomery and wife on Gill more when taken ill June 22 JAKE TARBU- OSETCASTOR IIA Per Infanta and Children The Kind You Haw Always Bought tBears the SlgnatureoC MURPHY FORK MINUTES 0Oats in this section are nearly ruined by rust Henry Elam of this place is organizing a croquet party Sam Wilson is doing some paint ing at Uncle Harry Murphys lep Halseys wife who has been very sick is much better at this writingA rain fell in this section Saturday night and not a farmer kicked about it Henry Elam made a visit Fri day to Caney and was the guest of his sister Mrs Ira Noble Miss Caroline Tolson who has been sick for a week or more is afcle to be around again Mort Cecil and family made their usual Sunday visit to the home of his father at Consolation Mrs Sarah Elam daughter and granddaughter made a visit tojj Mrs Ira Noble at Caney last week Wash Swango wife and sou X Ray of Neola accompanied byII Mrs Swangos father were on the creek a few days last week inspect ing the farm recently bought by Wash They all left for Valeria The writer saw Mort Cecil re pairing his buggy ane when asked about it replied This old trapI will have to carry my old lady and Lovey Dovey to the bigshow at Hazel Green Tuesday Henry Murphy and John Pieratt took a Iqad of starvation poles to Neolaand received 85 cents apiece for them Henry claims if he only was a Democrat he would have got more for his ties Jone 22 POST J i A tlIi INSKO ITEMS 0-Garfield Arnott of Puiutsvillc passed through Saturday on route to Campton James Dyer a drummer from Salyersville passed through here last week en route to Daysboro Trading John Bailey sold a BaileySrprivateeconsiderationRoe a farmer of Ma goffin passed through here last weekwith a new mowing machine he had received at Helechawa Miss Florence the daughter of Marion Bailey died last Saturday Dear child we bate to part with you Out you had to die what we all must do We hope to meat you where there is no tear or sorrow Nor night nor waiting far the morrow June 21 DIDE 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 finanncially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm WALDINO KINNAN 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 lor constipation Floyd Byrd Withdraws- To the Democrats of the Tenth Congressional District Owing to the fact that since my announcement as a candidate fort e Democratic nomination for congress some very important bus iness has arisen which will neces sarily occupy almost my entire time and attention for the next few months I have decided to withdraw from the congressional raceI desire to thank all my friends for the loyal support which they have given and offered to give me in this race and I want to assure them that I can not fully express my appreciation of their proffered supportHoping that some good Demo orat may be nominated who willI be elected by an old time major ity and pledging my support toI him whoever he may be my ear nest and enthusiastic support I am yours very truly- A F BYRD The Best Pills Ewer Sold After doctoring 15 years for chronic indigestion and spending over two hundred dollars nothing has done me as much good as Dr Kings New Life Pills I consider them the best pills ever sold writes B F Ayscue of Ingleside N C Sold under guarantee at all dealers 25c- Graduated and Changed Address Corbin Ky Juno 12 1008 Dear Mr Cooper Please change my address for THE HERALD from Danville to Corbin Have just graduated from the Danville Law school and am now a partner of Zob A Stewart here Have won my first three cases Am always glad to hear from my old friends throug THE HERALD and do not want toV js a copy VervTRncerely yours r WM H HANEY Cant Do Without It Farmingdale S D June 13 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir You willpleose change the address of my paper from Raps id City to Farmingdale SD as we cant do without it With regards to all I am yours truly ALONZO C JONES I oaTO a4 VWjJwatb I I wo a iI Oar CslitHtlstez Byrdlouvesonly Democratic aspirant for Ron sy guess whose name is publicly an nounced We have heard the name of Judge Davis of Morgan county mentioned in this connection bq his announcement is found iiy none of the Democratic papers of the district and in these whootexeuligntenment the man pects to achieve success in any rngatinvokej we take it he will not be a candidate The spirit of the recent Democratic state meeting at Lox ington is that all factionalism must be relegated to the tear that the party must turn its face to the future and not to the putt and that there must be a new 1 alignment with standard bearers free from any connection with paajfc party troubles Mr Waiupcott fits perfectly into this scheme His only political past is the record ot- a faithful worker in the ranks whose highest aspiratipu was to j do everything for the success of i the party and its nominees w ilJI b he may not have all the element of strength that some other man might possess be has none of tare elements of weakness The ten dency of the Democratic party just now is to get away front pro fessional politics and back to Jepeople and Mr Wainscott is a fair representative of theboys in the trenches It is pow leas than three weeks until the paople choose their delegates to the district non vention at Irvine and we ace no reason why Clark countys candidate shall not be made the stand 1 ard bearer of the Democrats of the Tenth Congressional District Winchester Democrat Nothing lit a Check Cedar Bluff Va June 15 Speucer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Old Speiice i haveuta thing for you but a check andgood will From the enclosed slip I soo mytime for THE HERALD expired II 9 Apg 07so I am fntrtul g- on good nature You now ivUl find enclosed my check for2j85i i one dollar of it for past due subscription and 185 for the HAZEL GREEN HERALD for one year and the Daily CourierJournal JfyJtime will note put for THE HEJI ALD one year until Auguat0 ig08 but let that Democratic Courier Journal come ou any way and I thank you for the indulgeuco at overtime I have had on THE HER ALD Think I shall visit you ill again this fall and see how Old Hazel Green iis gutting along With best wishes for you and yours I am as ever W P CEO- ILP5Now youfloe there is noth ing like the old Ky papers with us Love to you and Mr C LILL EXcmsIwi Jo rgkitr1 t 1 Dont you jjrflnt to enjoy yopr self Sunday uext by spendingl the day at Natural Bridge f lip the Mountain Centralrailroad otTers you the oppoiturtyvJLt tfthe tare for the round trip beinij only 100 If yqu are a married man take your wife and little pgge- to enjoy the day If a single man take your sweetheart and she maybe so well pleased that when yow ask the momentous mgttlplgnaalll query she win say yeaVandat Will bellthappinesi enpughvidtonftv 4r 1 rrday Sofgb sn 9 am i againyearnow qad ad in t9 get reailytoeaye Offlfflt mSiidayJape 28 f i r SubAOrIbeait trt pal JV v4i t i i f Tl rt I h IHE ItERALD dV ti t irec1atthe UaEel Oren POlt Otaeoaeeond class matter SPENDER COOPER Editor HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY Juno 25 1908 a ANNOUNCEMENTS 9 FOR CONGRESS Uf AlUCPflTT We are authorized t W AmOUU I I announce G L WAIN 1SCOTT of Winchester as a candidate for Congress from the Tenth Congres sional District subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY anS1 E Campton as a candidate for Common wealths Attorney of the 23rd Judicial i District to fill the unexpired term sub ject to the action of the Democratic P party tit titFOR COUNTY 0 JUDGE QUfAUPn We are authorized to an SWANity Judge of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic party 0are authorized to an SNOCKEYWe ELIAS SHOOKEY as a candidate for the office of County Judge of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK I We are authorized tor LINDEN I J Cesar Linden of Gillmore asa candidate for the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to the Democratic primary o FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK annnuncTUTTI I e the office of County Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party KS1Veareauthorizedtoannounc didate for Clerk of the Wolfe County court subject to the action of the Hem ocratjc primaryFOR SHERIFF are authorized to announce SMITNWe1 SMITH as a candidate for F the office of Sheriff of Wolfe county f subject to the action of the Democratic party toannouncSI e didate for Sheriff of Wolfe county sub ject to the action of tbe Democatic party y FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY j are authorized to an 8AMDLEWe S G SAMPLE f oAt Campton as a candidate for County t torney of Wolfe county subject to tbeI action of the Democratic o party FOR JAILER are authorized to announceI DYERWe+ P Dyer as a candidate for s the office of Jailer of Wolfe County sub jject to the action of the Democratic par ty FOR ASSESSOR e announcTYRAI a candidate for Assessor of Wolfe county subject to the Democratic primary FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT are authorized to an TAULBEEWe JOHN W TAUL BEE as a candidate for County Super intendent of Schools subiect to tbe ac tion of the Democratic party 0are authorized to annouce ONEYWe Oney of Hazel Green as a candidate for County Superintendent of Schools subject to the action of the Democratic primary UNDER the heading of announcement lwill be found the name of James T Hanks who is a candi date for Clerk of the Wolfe Coun p ty court subject to the action of the Democratic party Jim Hanks A is just about 80 years of age and for nine of these has beec a voter c in the Democratic ranks and though small of stature he ist a M wheel horse when he gets into the f field for his friends a trait he in hprits from his lamented father C C Hanks who always carried his heart in his hand Jim should be and is proud to be the scion of such a father and in politics as in all else he tries to emulate e the example of his father In that beholds the golden rule as his w guide and having known him from tf childhood 1lf writer cansay he vtta8f livorithe rules laid down 3 Jimmie Hanks has all the qualifi catYdpsfor county clerk and with v7pll gentleuianly affable manner SlJiewill win many to his side jwhether for him now or not Her rJD eda the office too and because f oGj Jfei = f he has become involved throughI his friendship for his friends ever as his father before him If nom inated he is sure to be elected an I we will vouch that no man ever held the position who will treat people with more courtesy Con sider well his claims follow Democrats for he will in no wise disappoint you- TIIEnEsI a new Richmond in the field for congressional honors 1 he is no less a personage than G L Wainscott of Winchester who submits his claims to the Demo crats of this congressional district which he aspires to represent after next November election gives him the right He is very well knows to many of our people as the man ufacturer of Wainscotts pop and is said to be a good businessman and quite a clever fellow ae the world goes The Clay City Times which is nearer to him ge ogrhphically has the following to say ot him In this issue appears the formal announcement of G Lee Wainscott of Clark county for congress Mr Wainscott is a first class business man and being a good Democrat he possesses all1I the required elements of a fit man for congress in the Tenth district He deserves due consideration fromI Democrats everywhere in the district as they might search a great while and find no better man for the place There is no reason why makea good congressman as well as a good lawyer if he only applies himself to the duties of the officeI as MrWaiuscott will do if elected OUR young friend Henry Godsey who is here with his wife visiting his old home and his mother andI other relatives has been solicite- by I many friends to make the race for congress in this district an will probably go before the district convaention at Irvine July 15 with a large clientele Henry iit will be remembered a few yearsI since gained a reputation as anI orator that was almost unequaled and should he be nominated bet would give Mr Langley a strenuousI stump campaign if indeed he didl not defeat him However he hasI not announced and the matter liesI with his friends and the near fu ture WILLIAM H TAFT of Ohio wasI nominated by the Republicans in convention at Chicago as their standard bearer for president Mr Taft is a Cincinnati man and ever since he graduated has been in th- I t limelight of publicity He wasI ambassador to Japan governor of the Philippines secretary of war+ and has held other positions of honor and trust His runnin mate James Schoolcraft Sherman is a New Yorker and has been in congress from that state for th past several terms Adams Wins By 1646 Majority Complete returns from Lee Es till Breathitt and Wolfe counties I in the Republican primary held on Saturday give James P Adam- a I majority of 1640 votes over G W Gourley in the race for nomi nation for circuit judge Adams carried every county in the dig trict carrying Lee Gourleys hom county by ninetysix votes Kelly Kash candidate for the nomination for Commonwealths Attorney in the same race defeat ed A H Patton and Z T Hurs- by a plurality of 1101 His ma jority over both was over 800 DELICIOUS BANANA CREAM This recipe iIs highly recommended by one of our correspondents try It fed dessert to morrow Peel five large banu j rub smooth with five teaspoonfuls of flgur Add one I teacup sweet cream beaten to a froth then j add one lOo package of Lemon JELLO dissolved in IJi teacups boiling water PourII into mold and when cold garnish with can died cherries Serve with whipped cream or any good pudding sauce JELLO 18801dII by all grocers at lOc a packageII ARCH CHILDERS I Practical Well Driller Ezel Kylli- Solicits orders from the people of tbe moun tale for work in his line and especially the good people of Morgan and Wolfe lIe Is well equipped for the business and has given satisfaction In all cases Ask any body for whom I have drilled for further information addreu ABCB CHttPEBS Feel Xj f I I r Commissioners Sale Wolfe Circuit Court Kentucky Plaintiffdagainst G It MARTIN ETC Defendants By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Wolfe Circuit Court ren dered at its May Term 1907 in the above coast for the sum of One Thousand Dollar 100000 with interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from the 1st day of June 1803 until paidI aud costs herein I shall proceed toiler oI for sale at the Court House door iinI Pudlr MONDAY THE Gth DAY OF JULY 1908 belnKCountymonths the following described prop erty towit ofrr Red River in Wolfe county Kentucky the said eight tracts of land hems adjoining and embraced in one boundary and same are more fully described below under the title of Description offr Tracts DESCRIPTION OF TRACTS FIRST TRACT Beginning at a Spruce Pine on Jill 1I GralnlnKBlock flipBthence with the meanders of the top said cliff S 14 W 25 po S 85 W 7 po UO30 W 9 510 po N 45 W C po N 12 poSeI near and under cliffat a steep high water fall 18 in view of Cannel Coal and cliff thence departing from said cliff 46 W 28 po crossing Pop Corn Creek to a Sugar tree and Holly corner to Jacob Bush thence down the meanders of said creek and with the line of said Bush N 22 E 50 po to two birches and a Pine- mouth of Mill Branch thence up said- IJrnnch S 64 E 52 po to a Birch S 79 E 18 po to thA beginning contain ring by survey 14 Acres and 35 poles be JosepheT Martin by deed dated October 2nd 1881 and recorded in the deed books of said county SECOND TRACT Beginning at a gum under the cliff on the west sldA of Graining Block In Youngs lower line thence crossing said creek B 9 E 21 po to a large Spruce Pine on edge of cliff thence departing from said line and with the top of the cliff as aIgap E18 32100 po to a Sour Wood on edge ofdcliff N 81 E 14 92100 po to a dead Spruce Pine thence N 44 E 14 po N 78 45 E 9 85100 po N 6345 E 10 24100 po to top of point thence across a hol low N 7630 E 39 910 po to a Birch dear departIng line N 14 W 40 3 10 po crossing the creek to a Poplar and Chestnut under a point of the cliff thence with the meanders of said cliff S 71 W po thence S 63 W 34 po S 20 W 3b po S b0 W 2l po to a- l Pine and Birch S 29 W 30 po to White Oak S 40 W 48 po to two Gums the beginning containing 39 Acres the same land conveyed to J W Martin and F T Martin by deed of date October 22 1881 and recorded in deed books of this county THIRD TRACT Beginning at a chestnut on the south hillside near a branch and corner of Ja cob Bush thence with his line now Martins S 08 E 38 po to Sugar tree and Holly on the west bank of Parch Corn creek thence up same an it meanders S 12 E 17 po to a Birch and Gum thence oneeast bank of creek thence S 630 W 12 I po to a stake birch pointer thence S 23 30 W 32 po to two beeches and a pine corner to W L Bush N 69 w 64 leaving said creek and running with said Bushs line to a pine on a ridge thence e33gpit polutIers thence n 0 e 91 ft10 po chestnut above the waterfall thence pinee twining 80 acres and being tbe same land conveyed bv Newton Townsend and wife bydeedrecord in deed books of said county FOURTH TRACT i chestnutII tosW L Bush thence crossing said creek I S 60 e 48 po to a yellow plus at point of cliff corner to W L Bush thence with I the top of cliff as it meanders n 28 o 20 E Springhollow I twoeI white pines under point of cliff thence I u 48 crossing said creek 40 po to a point of cliff wedge shape point thence upII said cliff xtf it meanders s 68 w 70 po to t tbe beginning containing 17 acres and being the same land conveyed by New Ft1881 and now of record in deed books of said countycFIFTH TRACTpBeginning at a chestnut oak and chest nut at a point of cliff Newton Towns ends corner thence with the meanders I of said cliff n 35 e 12 po to a sour wood MapelSS I LSE 30 po to a chestnut H 75 e 30 po to a pine s 70 e 32 po to two white pines at the forks of Graining Block tbenceII up the left hand fork with its meanders se36potoapoplars14w23poto a pine s 49 e 16 po to a pine and two beeches Joseph Gilleys corner B 22 e 50 po to a holly and sugar tree Newton departingfromnut n 47 w 108 po to a locust n 54 w 33 po to a chestnut oak n 62 w 80 po cross ing right hand fork to the beginning containing 163 acres by survey and be byJacobBushbv deed dated August 22 1881 and of record in the deed nooks of said county SIXTH TRACT Beginning ay the mouth of Hotel branCh In the center f Graining Block d r t 1 i JI t fork of Red River thence with the bent ter of said creek lilt meanders until it reaches Jacob Bushs line now Martins line at the forks of said creek thence with said line to Joseph Gilleys line thence with said GIllcyR line to two white oaks marked 0C thence up a drain straight to the ridge roadand with said road to Elias Reynold fence and with said fence straight to Hotel branch and with same to the beginning containing 290 acres and being the land conveyed by B D Cox Master Commis loner for and in benulf of J D Spen cars heirs to F T Martin and X T Martin by deed doted January 17th 1890 and now of record in the deed books of said county SEVENTH TRACT Beginning at a Chestnut and Poplar under a point of the west eldest Grain ing Block and corner to Fielding Bush thence a 15 e 40 po crossing said creek to GreiuingBlocklug Hush thence with the meanders of sold cliff n 73 e 17 po thence n 78 e 13 4 10 po n 34 e 2 410 po to H Spruce Pine on top of point of cliff n GO e 27 610 po near cliff n 52nb e 17 po to a Spruce pine on top of cliffacrosa deep hollow n 62 30 e 19 610 po to a small Yellow Pine on point of cliff corner to Newton Town tend thence with his line eroding the creek n 50 w 40 po to a cheitnut and chestnut oak under the cliff on the west Side of the creek thence with tbe mean ders of said creek s 68 w 10 po to a Birch tofOakNthenceVB w 28110 a H w po to n chestnut the beginning containing 32 byWilldeedNnow rec ord in the deed books of said county EIGHTH TRACT Beginning at a Pine on top of ridge or long point in Newton Townsenda line on top of cliff thence 8 69 e 46 po to a Pine two Beeches at mouth ofR ebranch or fork of Parched Corn creek thence up said creek s 22 w 60 po to a Poplar near the bank of the creek thence departing from the banks of the creek n 70 w 40 po to a small Black Oak bush on top of this cliff thence n 78 w 14 32 IOU po to a Black Locust and Oak pointer thence n 28 w 37 po to two White WindingStalrla stake and Chestnut pointer Newton Townsends line thence with his line s 41 e 30 210 po to a Pine the beginning corner containing 25 acres And being the land conveyed by Wm Bush and his wife Sarah to J W Martin and F T Martin by deed dated October 22 1881 and of record in deed books of said county excluding from the last named tract No 8 the following described tracts two towit FIRST A certain tractor parcel of land beginning at a set stone at tbe right of way of the L E Railway company thence nearly south with the right of way 70 yards to a set stone thence nearly west 70 yards to a set tone thence nearly npith 70 yards to a set stone thence nearly eat 70 yards to the beginning containing one acre and being what is commonly known as the L Park Hotel lot or propel ty SECOND Beginning at a set stone corner to Ll E Railway companys right ofway and L Park Hotel lot thence nearly north with the L Park Hotel property or lot 70 yards to a set stone thence ame course a stiaighl course to a cliff thence a little bit southwest to a White Poplar ning containing one and threefourth 1 34 acres Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute bond bearing legal interest from the day of sale nntll paid and liar judgmentBidderspromptly with these terms E T ROSE Master Commiss- ionerCommissioners Sale Wolfe Circuit Court Kentucky TIE FARMERS TRADERS HANK Plaintiff againstCHARLES MARY JANE SWEE NEY AND MARY OHAiR Defendants By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Wolfe Circuit Court ren dered at Its May Term 1908 In the above cause for the sum of ThirtyNine 3900 Dollars with interest at the role of six per cent per annum from the 28th day of October 190G until paid andcosts herein I shllll proceed to offer lor sale at the Court House door in Campton to tbe highest bidder at Public Auction on MONDAY THE 6th DAY OF JULY 1908 beingCountymouths the following described property towit A certain tract or parcel of land in Wolfe county Kentucky on the wat- ersofand bounded and described- as follows towit Beginning on a White Oakstanding on the east side of the- ounty road near the Mt Cornell im rovement thence nearly south to two White Oaks on tbe bank of a branch as llayloreI i thence with said line to the old Col j lins line thence down tbe point with 1 said line to a Dogwood standing on tbjj bank of a branch below the Collins resi dence continuing with said lineSCoIline line up the bill to a Oak thence down the point to a dead Pine Stump thence a straight lino the beginning point containing 80 toII more or less Or Bufflciint thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made I For the purchase price tbe purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute bond bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having judgmentBidders a promptly with these terms 1 M F HORTON Special Commissioner I H fuuf twilbrra w rrfllw Met wss- t r ArA v v4 4ae xJW t u Jr 4 Ohio College of Dentall Surgery r tojj Central Avenue and Court StreetyCINCI1TNATI 1 This College was organized in 1845 and the G3rd Annual Session begins Octo ber 6th 1908 This in the first Dental College established in the West It in co educational and has n teaching corps of twenty instructors Its buildings are modern and adapted to the requirements of modern dentnl education and its clin ics are unsurpassed Optional Spring and Fall Courses in clinical Instruction ate also given For Information oJid announcement address H A SMITH D D 8 Dean 116 Garfield Place Cit m1otl OJo 436 i GRAND EXCURSION CA1WPT rand Other Points to NATURAL BRIDGE via Mountain Central Ry SUNDAY JUNE 28 1908 A Nice Days Outing for Everyone Au Ideal Place for Boating Bathing etc The magnificent scenery at the Bridge is prettiest in Juno A large crowd will come up from Cincinnati Perfect order will be main tained and no drinking allowed on the train You Should Avail Yourself of this Opportuity PLENTY OF ROOM FOR ALL Train Lvs Campton 730 a m Fare 100 Meadow Brh 745 a m 100 Pine Ridge 815 a mh 75 Returning leaves Bridge at 400 pm misses maple ana Trog announce to the ladies of town and surrounding vicinity that they now have in stock their new and fresh pppigHaving 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 fVIu addition to the Millinery Business we have a DRESS MAKING DEPARTMENTt- o which we give our customers the best advantage and from our line of literature with illustrations the best styles can be soon and used We are located one dror west of the postofTice Call and see our stock for yourself Thanking you for your patronage during the past season and hoping to merit its continuance we are respectfully fec MAPEL TROY miSS Falag Long THE MILLINER HAZEL GREEN KY Qvites the ladies of Hazel Green nd vicinity to call and inspect the latest creation in Trimmed and Untrimmed Huts Frames Flowers Feathers RiffLons Etc just received from her Cincinnati buyer and embracing latest out ladios gtSkirts h Voile Panama and Linen Readymade Waists specialty in Silk and Wash tooda Latest in Bolts and Col ars including a tasty collection Underwear Hosiery Embroidery looes o in great profusion respectfullyaolioitid v tfiN4x40 IiIJC ij 1J 0+ IIt Jwtl0 pt b Buggies I Buggies II The citizens of Hazel Green and tnto vicinity are herewith informed that they can now buy firstclass buggies at home I am prepared to furnish the best made and at reasonable prices I dont ban die anything but firstclass buggies and those who want cheap claptraps will have to gP elsewhero lBSTRemember If you want a FIRST CLASS BUGGY one that will give satisfaction in comfort and wear I can i supply you Call and see me at my shop in Hazel Green Respectfully JOHN H ROSE WL GEORGE RID- EtTNDERTAKER HAZEL GREEN KY I have several fine Coffins in my shop and am prepared to makeIt il any style to order and on the most reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse iud will attend all burialewhen 01 so requested Public patronage is eapeotfullyBolicitedj 25ti iQEO RICEj 1I tl Jii 0 I i Iiiii 7 2 tt L u U h Jr fjIi I vI1 OurNew Hair Vigor hAyers Hair Vigor was good the best that was made But Ayers Hair Vigor new improved formula is better It is the one great specific for falling I hair A new preparation in every way New bottle New contents Ask your druggist to show it to you the new kind Dot not chants the color of the half formula with aoh bout Show It to your A upersAs we now make our new Hair Vigor it does not have the slightest effect upon the color of the hair You may use it freely and for any length of time with StopsfallingMad by the I0 JLytr Co Lowell Mos THE HERALD DRINK WAINSCOTTS POP Wood and Drue Brooks visited their uncle George Brooks on Lacy creek last week Mrs Sobron Walter returned on Monday from a weeks visit to her I BtBtor in Magoffin county Dr Williams reports the birth of a qoy to the wife of Bill Byrd of Lacy creek Saturday night and says he tipped the beam at 12 pounds That excursion from Campton to Natural Bridge Sunday prom ises to bo a very interesting out ing and surely it ia cheap enough for all to avail of it eAS PO aJABean themho Kind You Have Always Boughtt Signature Y of tIA Robert 11 Cecil and wife of Stillwator visited their sistor Aunt Nancy Swango She accom panied thorn to Consolation where they will visit other relatives Carl Mizo who spout the winder in Florida and who is now at Bilt more Sanitarium Biltmore N C is expected home Monday where his friends will rejoice to see him Elsewhere in this paper see thA ad of Arch Childors who makes a business of drilling wells and if in need of a good well give him a call No water no pay is his mottoChester Jones cashier of time bank at Cannel City while play fully wrestling with Roger Bryan the commercial tourist one day last week broke his leg just above the ankle Dr G AI Center reports the birthof a boy to the wife of Buen MoNabb of Toliver on the 4th inst and says that linen sat by his wifes bedside for four or five days admiring the boy As the result of bad blood on gendered over the primary elec ltio Satuday John P Turner shot 2 and killed a young man named 1 Arrowwood at Canoe in Broathitt county 10 miles from Jackson t The Republican primary at this place Saturday was u very quiet affair and resulted in a victory for Adams and Kash The vote at this precinct was Adams 70 Gourley 12 Knelt 77 Patton 5 Hurst 1 ii Sunt day school at Laurel last Sunday with Abner Trent and Mrs Gene F va Brown as superintendents and about 75 pupils A brighter pros peat for a successful school was never seen tt W Stove Sample eSl of Campton attended the opening of CircnitI court at West Liberty ii iithatnight accompanied his hither i to his old home on Lacy crook V from whioh point ho attended tho jtp a show hero Tuesday fHallook Patrick and wife nee Molly Lykins last Thursday lost their little daughter two years old with something like flux They live uear West Liberty but Mra Patrick was reamed near our visitingter ij C r Tr 1 A FirstClass Show M L Clark fc Sons show ex j crowdlofi features of the show wore Miss Pearl Clarks ladder act Andruw Adams wiro talker Forrest Brothers I acrobats Powell center thionist Bill Bryan the clown and Ln Clark with his trained elephant The show had some good features mum generally speak ing the men composing it wore cotirtopus But there was one in dividual selling lemonade on the outside who did not know what courtesy mtmnt A gentleman asked him for change so ho could chip in to buy a ticket for a little girl and his greed being uppermost he replied Selling lemon ado 5 cents a glass The animal tout contained few not in the Hang show but the variety was not so great Took Her Own Life Mrs Mary Anderson wifo of Jim Anderson of Gillmore crook committed suicide last week in a vory painful and peculiar manner choosing the petroleum route As the particulars are given to us by Dr A C Nickell who was called to see her wo give them She had been using coal oil to allay n mis ery of the breast and on this occa sion she poured tho coal oil over her clothing and deliberately light ed it with a match This was on Tuesday and Wednesday morning shb died and was buried that aftdr noonThe Protracted Meeting Through pieco of procrastina tion TUB HERALD last week failed to mention tho meeting in pro gress at the Methodist church which began Tuesday a week ago and is still in progress Rev Mr Prentiss of Owingsvillo is tho pulpit orator and he is a very interesting talker Ho is assisted by Rev W B Campbell time regular pastor who is a student at the Kentucky Wesloyan Academy at Winchester New Time Card The timo table of time L and E railway has been changed and is now in effect A Sunday morning train from Jackson was put on that road Sunday last end Mr Scott the gentlemanly passenger and freight agent says that if thin people appreciate and properly pa tronize that especial train it will be kept on permanently and it is to be hoped they will do so Here On a Visit Henry L Godsey and wife of Washington D C canto hero Monday of last week since which time they have been the guests of Hon W 0 Mize and wife the latter being a sister of Mrs Belle Godsey who lives with them This item should have been reported last week but wo didnot learn of their arrival until the paper was on the press Gone Visiting Wednesday of last weok Mrs H H Patton and laughter Feme went to West Liberty Friday Miss Mao Williams her sister left for the sate place timid Saturday oven jug Cashier Patton timid Miss Stella ilanker wont over in a buggy tho former to bo with his wife Sun day and the latter to spend time day with her mother Miss Mao returned yesterday Mrs J T Day and laughter Miss Daisy loft todny for Lexington to visit J T Day at Spnigues Sanitarium I u MAKE ICE CREAM FROM WATER and a smaCl quantity of condensed milk if fresh milk cannot be had RECIPE M pint condensed milk costs OCc Addenough cold water to make one 00OneICECHUA9I 13c Total We Mix all together thoroughly and freeze Dont heat or cook it dont add anything else This makes two quarts of delicious Ico I cream in 10 minutes at very small costAND YOU KNOW ITS PURE Five Strawberry2 packages S5c at all grocers lUustrated Ilcolpo Book Free Tbt CtMwa Pan food Co U Sri It Y rJatrr r tb w n 3 nrJJ L L 1 rry Yr4fvtrlMThis Means If Yon Owe Us As Dr Taylor Center intends soon to change lima location we have dlissolvfld partnership for that purpose and ho has all of our accounts in his hands for collection I since August 1007 It will be satisfactory for any one owing either of us to settle with him and take his receipt or when more convenient settle with either All accounts must be collected within GO days or wo will place thorn in time hands ofa collector Thoso who can not pay at onco must cull and make satisfactory settlementTAYLOR CKNTKK M D Dn G M CFiTFHIHazel Green June 28 1008 ALL OVER THE HOUSE The Etiquette of Writing Letts Various Household Hints 11 oll bred women nnd men never paperNothingdelicate sachet may be laid in her boxes of line stationery by the wom an but nothing more And the use of cream white paper anti black ink is always correct always in good style A monogram or an address stamped at time top of the sheet is milo correct but here again the sim pler time better When opened the letter should show legible writing proper punctuation correct spelling These are essentials that no one can afford to neglect As for diction that must pnssthrollgh expressthemselves boldly and without any attempt at style To Darn a Torn Garment Lay the place to be mended over a book or piece of stiff pasteboard which is exactly on the principle of the darning egg in the heel of a stocking and draw the torn edges together as well as possible with the thread shaping the hole until the darning stitches can be taken smoothly and regularly This had hotter be done with as fine a thread as can be and the bastings can then be easily pulled out afterward Ituvefings make the best possible threads for mending wool as the threads are not only exactly the right color but the twist is the same making a lot of difference when completed Place a cloth over the place when the darning is done and bastings removed and press with a heavy but not too hot iron Cleaning Bottles Bottles vinegar cruets and very small glass pitchers are difficult to clean but the brownest kind of vinegar and other stains on the glass left from liquids may be removed with the aid of carpet tacks Drop a dozen or moreof the largest sized tucks into time bottle then pour in hot soupy water cork tightly and shake the bottle The soapsuds will foam and the tacks rattle and presently in a few moments after the discoloration has a chance to become thoroughly wet it will loos en as the tacks rub against the glass and in a short time every bit of it will be gone Rinse with sev eral waters Care of Hardwood Floors Hardwood floors require oiling and rubbing twice a month to make them presentable and every year or two a new coat of stain and varnish is requiredA floor will not require staining und varnishing as often as a softer wood and the latter kind may be greatly preserved by occa sional applications of turpentine and beeswax rubbed oil with woolen cloths The polish is prepared by adding two ounces of shaved beeswax to a pint of turpentine and placing in a warm roqm or near the stove not on it until it is dissolved Ready Remedies Wlun rood will not stay on the stomach put one teaspoonful of limewater in a glass of milk and sip it slowly When a out will not heal satu rate a pioco of absorbent cotton with coal oil and bind on If there is trouble of any kind with the eyes a wash of either cold tea or new milk is good THINKING OF MOVING WEST It not then make up your mind and write me for descriptive list of farms in Missouri Kansas and Oklahoma All fluerlenIllroIIlIcthe loud that will grow the sun at prices ranting from 15 to 40 an aero nnii come where lile Is made toler ails liy easy profitable farming Why sweat ald fret life away III the vulu effort to eke out a mere miserable sustenance from the rack ribhed ruotlaml hillsides as your fa timer and fathers father did when there is ai much good laud to he had yet awhile for a amore song Get out of the ruts break away from the timeworn habit that keeps your ruse to the grlmUtone All It takes is rcnoutlon and a little nerve yiVrlte me uud let WD help you to abetterdillon II N PHIPPS GhanutOi Kansas tf d i t iJI II i 4 this Poor bid World Lord Kelvin the well known Brit ishscientist foresees that as the world grows older earthquakes will grow bigger until it is to be supposed that Jamaica and Sumatra latest of earthquake victims will sink into the sea In the distant time when the central fires of the earth are burning themselves out Lord Kel vin believes that earthquakes will occur only at intervals of a few mil lions of years But even when the earth has been cooled down to a uni form temperature throughout and shrinkinghasthe Kelvin horizon a shattering and remelting of the earth by col lision with some other larger body Robert Bruce the little son of R J MoLin now has a handsome Shetland black mare pony which is admired by all the little folks It was bred and reared by our friend Len Price near Lexington who has about 125 on his farm Circuit court convened at West Liberty Monday JJudgo Hannah presiding and all who heard bis charge to the grand jury on that occasion say ho will soon stop all lawlessness in Morgan county especially the illegal sale of whisky Commissioners Sale Wolfe Circuit Court Kentucky MARY E DROWN PlalntlfT againstJOliN Defendant By virtue of a Judgment nnd Order of Sale of the Wolfe Circuit Court ren dered at its January Term 1008 In the above cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Camp ton to the highest bidder at Public Auction on MONDAY THE 6th DAY OF JULY 1908 beingCountymonths the following described property towit A certain lot or boundary of land sit uated on Swifts Creek In the town of Campton Wolfe county Kentucky and bounded and described as follows This said lot fronts West 10 feet and 3 inches on Marion street thence it runs East 33 feet the width and length of it building which stands on same The size of the lot is Ii feet and 3 inches by 33 feet and it Is adjoined and bounded on the North by William L Hursts lot and It Is adjoined and bounded on the South by the plulntllllI Mary E IJrown lot Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made For the purchase price the purchaser withapproved surety or securities must execute bond bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment Bid I promptlyE T ROSE Master Commiss- ionerSHERIFFS SALE By VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION 1416 directed to me which is sued from the clerks office of the Wolfe Circuit court in favor of P Y Drake SpencerITUESDAY the 7th DAY OF JULY 1908 between the hours of 11 oclock a in and 4 oclock p m at the residence of Bud Spencer near Rogers PO Wolfe county Ky expose to Public Sale to the highest bidder the following proper ty or so much thereof as may be neces sary to satisfy plaintiffs debt interest and costs to wit One yoke of red oxen about eight years old one yoke of pied oxen about eight years old and two pied milch cows one three years of age and the other about eight years of age LeviedOn as the property cf Bud Spencer TERns Sale wilt be made on credit of three months the purchaser to execute bond with approved security to have time force and effect ofn Replevin Bond Witness my hand this 13th day of June 190- 8TWCOX CountyHy SHERIFFS SALE BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION No 7 directed to me which Issued from Judges office of the Campton Police Court In favor of Sam Spencer old A It Marshall agaiurt WI Kirkwood C W Kirkwood and The Kirkwood Drilling Company I or one of my deputies will on MONDAY THE 6th DAY OF JULY 1908 between the hours of 10 oclock n m and 3 oclock p m at the Court House door In CjtnpWn Wolfe county Kentucky expose to public sate to the highest bidder the following property or so much thereof at may bo necessary to satisfy 1liuii tills debt interest and costs to wit One 4440 stem 1 rope socket 3 sets of jars two Oki bits 1 horn socket 1 tamper screw 1 hollows 2 tool boxes t rubber belts 1 boxes of bolts 1 wire line 123 H I O W S EngIne No 5470 1 8luch bailor 1 sand line t anvil Levied on as the property of W J Kirk wood C W Kirkwood maul The Kirkwood Drilling Company TFRMS Sale will be mnde on a credit of three mouths the purchaser to execute bond with approved security to have hei lorce and effect of a Replevin lloud- Yltneumy hand this 10th dayof June 1008 J W COX Sherifl Wolfe County e T t 1 j 9 oo PROPS T- CASTO +t i i IIi 4 IIi i1 AegclablcPrcparahonfurAsslnilatingihcFoodandlie Ung the Slomaclls and Bowels of i ltllKfcNt Promotes DigeslionCheerfur ness andnestContains neither fl OpiumMorpliine nor fi1eraliI Nor NAnc OTIC iIii ii- JdrtpeaoThcwt l LIY7tw w- ItsSeelii oMl SJkIAnile Judd t III- IJ t JllMIJM flarlJedm aW i InonI ness and Loss OF SLEEPij Facsimile Signature or NEW YORK At b moil His nlU 5 Posts 5 CENTS EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER For c5 I- TN Kf Invite attention of people of Hazel Green and to the stock of goods they hove just received general stores Staple and Fancy Boots and Shoes Fruits and in season Farmers and their hope merit fair we are Kash Kash sy so so no to an if a to B UNDERTAKERCAMPTON the citizens ofWolfe counties he carries a line of Collins Caskets Burial Clothes caskets 24 hours made if ordered Teams and hack furnished funerals Also cau fill orders for cI trsrif 1 1J1l iii b1 iIL CASTO RIA w Infants and Children 1 The Kind You Have I Always Bought I Bears the a Signature fi f In- Usetl + 441 For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA I egNTaoa copANY Nw voas om r Kash Johnson Rash 4DEALERS INvGeneral MerchandiseCO- UNTRY a PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN the the vicinity jF now embracing Groceries Clothing Vegetables Hardware c especially Shield Brand Clothing Dress Goods Latest Prints Domestics eingQuickto by dealing respectfully yoursfJohnson uptodatoLiveryL I 4 Look out for I CECIL BROSrnew advertisement whichwill appear next week perhaps Sam Kash of the firm Kash Sample says they are selling goods fast and are kept busy that they have time write advertisement and he says they had new ad they would have hire another assistant for which they can not make room with the goods F BOLINC INFORMS that and awsytheJl6YSpeclal supplied on noticefinest tombstones p I E T nOSE H O SAMPLE ROSE SAMPLE I Attorneys and CouneelorsatLaw CAMPTON KYfThis firm lull the Courts of Wolfe and adjacent countfe Special andReal Offices Second Floor FarmerVIndr Tradi ro Bank Ytit t fiIf t r kSyr f t y r i 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Ky Kr IOU DAY Proprietor ivBest table fare in Eastern Kentucky A andl1hJde4bygu1 j HM DS trading men ity S nOFFICIAL CALL Tho Democratic Executive Committee of the Tenth Congressional District at Its meeting in Mt Sterling recently made the following official call FirstIt is ordered that mass conven tlons be held at the courthouse in each of the respective counties composing the Tenth Congressional District at oclock p m Saturday July 11 1008 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 Said delegates so selected at the various county conventions shall assemble in a general district convention to be held at Estill Springs Hotel Eatlll county Ky Wednesday July 15 1908 at the hour of 1080 oclock a m for the purpose of nominating 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 said conventionThirdAll 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 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 B Parker for President in IDOl Fifth The 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 InII suchother manner as to them may seem expedient and proper FINLEY E FOGG Chairman- E W SENFF Secre- taryReceivers Sale Wolfe Circuit Court KentuckyI GENEVA DROWN ADMX PlalntlftIagainst GEORGE CANNOT ETC Defendants By virtue of an Order of Sale 6tl Wolfe Circuit court rendered at its May term I 1908 in the above cause I shall proceed to after for sale at the court house door in Campton to the highest bidder at Public Auction on- MONDAY the 6th DAY OF JULY 1908 at 1 oclock p m or thereabout being County Court day upon a credit of three 3 mouths the following described prop erty to wit One yoke of cattle both red weighing about 1200 pounds each and known as the George Cannoy cattle For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute bond bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and eflect ot a judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with tbese terms T F STAMPER Rece- iverCommissioners Sale Wolfe Circuit Court KeDtuckyI GENEVA BROWN ADMX Plaintiff against J W Ross ETC DeendantIBy virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Wolfe Circuit court rendered at Its May term 1908 In the above cause III shall proceed to offer for sale at the courthouse I door in Campion to the highest bidder at Public Auction on MONDAY the 6th DAY OF JULY 1908 at one oclock pm or thereabout being County Court dey upon a credit of six months the following described property to wit Said land Is to be sold subject to the dow I er and homestead Interest ol Geneva Brown widow of John Brown deceased and her E infant children and same Is bounded and described as follows B Beginning at a white oak standing at the i north side of a lane and a gate at the Wm 1 OlIalr line It on plat j thence with said t line and fence S 19341 1225 feet to the top s of the ridge to M C OHalrs line C on plat with same N 8034 E 66 feet to a stake- S i 14 E 38 feet S 3 W 122 feet S 84 W 347 feet S 34M E 110 feet S 32 E 137 feet S 204 E 375 feet to J B Flinchs line G on FPR DISTRESSIN STOMACH t y 4r144 J 20 plat with top of the ridge N 69 E 672 feet 8 34K E 98 feet S324E384feet 8 32 E 90 feet S 55 E 310 feet to a marked maple 8 86 E 179 feet to a chestnut oak on top ofa high point a corner to S R Perkins L on plat thence with the top of the ridge and his line N 16 E 238 feet to a maple and sonr wood N 65 E 143 feet N 57 E 268 feet N 15K E 190 feet N 65 feet N 10 W 331 feet N 14 W 227 feet to two chestnuts N 5 E 102 feet N 32 E 292 feet to a hickory N 76J4 E 174 feet to a chestnut oak N 13 E 228 feet N 6U W 1 16 feet N l8X W 269 feet N 23 W 333 feet N 21 E 170 feet N 151E 186 feet N 1 E 412 feet to George Beasleys line E on plat with his line and the top of the ridge N 77 W 78 feet N 83 M W 70 feet S 75K W 317 feet N 4034 W 644 feet S 67 W 405 feet S 32K W 90 feet S 39 W 444 feet S 75 W 413 feet to a locust S 23 Ji W 75 feet 8 13 W 311 feet S 19 W 166 feet S 23 W 187 feet to the place of beginning containing 141 acres by survey Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums ol money so ordered to be made For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute bond bearing legal interest from the day ofsale until paid and having the force and effect of judgment Bidders will be pre pared to comply promptly with these terms E T ROSE Master Commissioner SHERIFFS SALE VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION to By directed which issued from the clerks office of the Wolfe Circuit Court in favor of Kelly Fulks andagainst C D errill I will on the SIXTH DAY OF JULy 1908- it being County Court day between the hours of 11 oclock am and 4 oclock pI- D at the courthouse door in the town of ampton Wolfe county Kentucky expose to Public Sale the following property to wit Three tracts of land situated on Holly reek Wolfe county Kentucky and bounded and described as follows towit TRAcy No 1 Known as the A B Hat Ion tract Beginning on a chestnut and a rocknear the creek on the south side thence a straight line to the top of the point thence with the center of the point to a hickory at S H Hursts line thence with said Hursts line to G W Tyras line to a white oak j thence with said Tyrai line to a popfarjmd spring near the branch thence up a drain and with said Tyras line to the top of the ridge to a locust and walnut at S H Hursts corner thence with mid Hursts line to a chestnut oak at C B Merrills corner j thence with said Terrills line to a gate and a white oak near the ranch thence down the branch to the creek thence down the creek to the be ginning Containing 100 acres more or less TUACT No2Known as the Eveline Jreech tract Bounded on the North and West by the lands of Isaac Hollon on the East by the homestead of C B Terrill and on the South by the lands known tut H H Terrill tract now owned by C B Terrill TRACT No3 Known as the II H Ter rill tract Beginning at a chestnut tree on hegoulheatt side of the creek at C It Ter rills line j tbence running down said Holly reek to 0 W Tyras line thence up the till with Tyras line to the top of the point thence with the said Tyras line and the divide ridge to cn Terrills line j thence with C B Terrills line to the beginning outlining 60 acres more or less Levied on as the property of C B Terrill It said time and place Iwll1 proceed to sell said tracts of land or so much thereof swill be necessary to satisfy said execution and all costs thereon to the highest and best bidder on a credit of three 3 lontbs from the day of sale the purchaser ivlng bond with approved security bear ng six 6 per cent interest from date and laving the force and effect of a replevin lond on which execution may issue If the lame shall not be paid at maturity when and where due attendance will be given by ae This 8th day of June1908J S W C By WALTER OLIVER D S W C t4 naturiliylNroi3d prefer to treat i3tat home for tny fort of fern2 4 trouble wouldnt you well it can No reason why you should nota 4 be able to relieve or cure your suffering as thousands of other women have 11 done by proper use 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