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J t 1 ott t t IL fj1t Yi I THE ii HAZEL r RoEfE N ERI I ALD0 EsttbiiBhed March 4 iSfcfi I4lade Famous to the Story of Jonathan and file Oontlnentby Max ORell 0 8FBMCZB Owri T nd orolTheOldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains SIOOi a Year in Advanpi TWENTYTHIRD YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 2 1908 NUMBER 47 5 l Lexington and Eastern Railway r Tails In Effect Jane 21 1908 I I1lmlWEST BOUND No1 lio3 No 6- STATIONS Dally ex Dally and Sunday Suuuay Sundayouly AMJre PMLve AMLve Jackson 6 10 am 2 20 pm 700 am OiK Jnnct 6 Iii pm 226pm 705 am BeattyT Jc 7 07 am 8 20 pm 750 am Torrent 7 80 am 3 41 pm 812 am Nat Budge 7 5alD 3 65 pm 825 am Campton Jn 7 481m 8 67 pit 828 ain Stanton 8 15 am I 4 26 pm 862 am Clay City 825 am 485 pm 902am UAEJnnen 9 00am 5 07 pm 034 am WIaebeiter 912am 520 pm 940am Lexton ar 9 C5 am I 0 05 DIP 1025 am EAST BOUND DallyNo2No4ex = STATIONS I Daily and Sunday r g Sunday PY LyeAMLyeI 25 poi 0 LeXIngton o 73b am- a 10 pm 20 Wlncbeter 20 8 18 amS8 25 pm LEJunctlon 8 26 pm 4 OO pm toMClay City 40 9 02 am 4 10 pm U stanton 44 9 10 am 4 40 pm Cmpton Juntn 38 pm 445 pm 57 Nt Bridge 5719 8 am 4 57 pm 62 Torrent 62 56 am 618pm 70 BeatveJo am 8 10 pm 90 OKJuncn 90 1115 am in 8 15 pm 94 Jcbon 94 1120 amW CONNECTIONS i L 4 E JUNCTION Train Not 12 and- S will make connection with the C O By for Mt Sterling CAMPTOK JUNCTION Traina Noa 1 2 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central Ry for Pine Ridge and Campton BKATTYVLLB JuscrioNTralni No 2 jin and 4 trill make connection at Beattyville with the L and A Railway for passengers to and from Beattyville 0KJUNCTiONTrain Ncs 3 and 4 connect with the O K Railway for local stations on the O K Railway J W A McDOWELL General Manager OHAB COTTUenPaai Agent do Kennye g Hay Time Table May 21 I9O5 M WEST BOUNDI No33 II = No21 bauoy1Sunay u PM ABB 0 27 PMAHB 5 20 0 Cannel City 22 12 85 4 55 11 Helechawa 20 12 19 A 45 13 Lee CItYM 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 3 52 22 Wilhnrit- L 6 11 44 i 310 27 O4K Junction 0 11 15 00 Jackson 1105 EAST BOUND = = No 22- Dttly3ax STATIONS n airy U I Sunday tf C Sunuay A LYEPM LVK 710 27 Cannel City 0 100 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 Lee CltYM 11 1 23 8 24 13 HamptonM 13 1 44 T i iiTini 20 1518 S7 10M E 9 25 1 0 KJunction 22 2 25 9 so 0Mlaokson 27 2 30 flqflf- lf points on the Lexington and Eutern nalII f wayMSuperintendent LCONLEY rt mogqtaiJro oe1ra1 aiiftaaa 1 i No 1 No 2 f ARRIVEDEPART 000 a mCampton1180 amI2 00pm Campton OOO pmtt No2 No1 ARRIVE DEPART I 7 80 amCamp Juno1005 am 380pm0ampn Juno 4 40pm The Mountain Central makes t connection with all L E passenger trains i WJ S HENRY i uadquarter JackllD KT REPRESENTING 91 t tTHE JOSEPH Ge REED COI I Wkelisate Dry Goods and KoUons I PORTSMOUTH OHIISolicits the trade of the werchanU of Ruti I era Kentucky and guarantees prices and 41 ga quality of goons Bold orders for him t 1 t DR 0 H WILLIAMSJ PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON jHAZEL GREEN KY 1 I Offers his profeitional servIces to the cittI P 4 tent ot Haiel areen and aurrounding countII 1f r trIndwIll answer all calls of affliction 1 QIJee at bll guidance adloinlugBuel- y Grata laD1cIF l T U tsU j rih tssuakby 11 Sl y k Gl y r COUNTY NEWS Local Items ofgeneral interest to a majority of our readers especially distant friends CAMPION CUR1RNCT O John W Cox sheriff is in town todayG 0 Allen is working in the Oircuit court clerks oflica this weekEverything J isqmet in CamPton since the Republican primary has come and gonejj A Mr Clark of Ohio is hors this week looking after his mineral interest in this county I I Shiloh Swango 6f Valeria and S Swango M D ofToliver were in Campton on legal business yesterday Miss Ruth Hurst of Wilhurst company with her brother Zaoh visiting relatives in Compton Saturday and Sunday T B Rodman who has been in Campton on business during tjie i past week returned to his home Mt Sterling yesterday i Mrs D B Redwine and two daughters Isabel and Elsa end t Miss Florence Drake all of Jack Bon are this week visiting at the t home of Capt W L Hurst Jesse Townsend of Torrent came up to Campton last night and took the affidavit of Grit I Childers relative to a private pass I way in litigation in Powell county The 10000 damage suit in the Powell Circuit court in which J Tolson is plaintiff and W L defendant was tried last 4 week and resulted in a hung jury A number of Campions citizens availed themselves of the opportunity to spend a day at Natural Bridge and went down on the excursion over the M ORy Sun dayThe following suits have been filed in Circuit court before the clerk during the last week Alonzp Sherman vs A F GarVer damage suit for 5000 S S Swango vs Lucy B Swango suit in claim and delivery S H Banks vs Pollie Banks divorce Marriage licenses have been is during the month of June as James Profitt Rogers Ethel Shelton Rogers James Tolson Lee City and Esther Mil ler Lee City Bruce Tolson LeeI City and Rosa Spencer Trent White Ledford Pine Ridge andt Stella Taokett Pine Ridge Harrison Banks Campton and Fide lia Edwards Camptou i R L Pat ton Stillwater and Lou Verna Tomblin Lane Tona E Tows ley Fincastle and Ida Morris CamptonJune S S HBLECHA14 HINTS Levi Kash of Winchester was in town Friday D B May was interviewing our merchants last week ITaylor Taulbee accompanied i by his jjister Mrs Lulu Bach passed through town Sunday Dr A 0 Nickell and wife of your town passed through here Friday en route to Louisville John Morse Niokell ot Parker Kas will arrive here Thursday and will preach at Grassy church Sunday July 5 He wishes to meet all his relatives and friends M his Uy will be limited BtHK t JOf 1 4 10 SO vyit f t Or i i 6Jc i i t A r1 J t t iliJM 1Io TO COBHESPONDEHTSMail your Items early 10 they will reach our office morningMondeifnot be published unless of unusual Im portance Advertise no ones business and write oh one side of the paper only LANDSAW LACONICS 0 Thrasher Combs of Campton was in this section two or three days last week MilS s Ollie and Lulu Combs went to Frozen last Friday to visit Mrs Mary Hurst1JHiram of the IIforkT Kash last SundayrArthur B Kash has been employed to teach the Public Square school just below Hazel Green Born on the 28th to the wife of John Cecil a twelvepound girl Mrs Lizzie Miller being the doctor called in- Rollin Combs returned last week with his teams from Johnson Ma goffiu county Ha reports every thing dull Mrs Maggie Dean of this place is preparing to make an extended visit to her father Wm Strong in Breathitt county Mrs E T Kash and son Ar thur visited the formers father Stephen Swango at Valeria Saturday it and Sunday Since last Sunday we think we could make a better guess in regard to the bedtick and feathers but will refrain from doing so atn presenttClayton Center and wife of Hazel Green who have been visiting Mrs Centers father on Holly oreek passed through here Tues day morning on their way home J S Pieratt of Grassy Creek was in this section on the 20th We dontknow what for but we guess he was looking to see if any one had a mule that he would tradeN L Combs of this place has been for some time at intervals of about ten days suffering severe pains in the head and spine whic- hrenderhim almost useless as re gards work and business Well what about schools Of all tho times that were ever heard of we are having them in this section Three or four teachers to the school Will the time ever come that the interests of the little boys and girls will be looked after first regardless of any indi vidual whether cousin aunt sis Iter brother son or daughter There are some good men as trus tees who are looking to the future of our boye and girls who must take our place after awhile It does seem that the cultivation of the intnllcct of the rising genera tion ought to be of more impor tance than a few paltry dollars to the individual June 20 ANON Jnit Exactly Rlqbt I hove used Dr Kings New Life Pills for several years and find them just exactly right says A A Felton of Harrisville N YI New Life PiUs relieve without theI least discomfort Best remedy for constipation biliousness and malaria 25a at all dealers LEE CITY LOCALS o John Candill of Cannel City was here Sunday J Andrew Cain of Versailles was here last week 1 The freight train killed a horse for C barley Rote one night lastt r It w I j f it sss 0 iIt was not very dark here Sun day while the sun was in eclipse John A Graham Co shipped three cars of wagon material last week to Chicago H C Rose and wife accompa nied by J S Arnott and wife wont to Rosa Fork Sunday Corn is looking very well in this vicinity but some of it has not received the work it really needed S S Snowden shipped a car of staves to Hoboken N J last weekand will ship three more this week Alta and Bessie Garringer have returned from Loretto where they been going to school for tho few months H W Bryant Jr who has been running a general store here for the past two years is closing out This will leave but one store here when those now closing out finish Seborn Allen and Miss Trinuie Walters attended the county examination at Campton and ve are informed they both made firstI class grades Mr Allen is figuring on teaching here and Miss Walters expects to teach a school above Belknap June 29 A R It Cant Bo Beat The best of all teachers is experience C M Harden of Silver City NO says I find Electric Bitters does all that is claimed for For stomacn liver and kidney troubles it cant be beat I haveI tried it and find ita mast excel lent medicine Mr Harden is right j its the best of all medi cines aleo for weakness lame back all run down conditions Best for chills and malaria Sold under guarantee at all dealers COc NEOLA NUGGETS 0Mrs Laura Wilson is on the sick list Laying by corn is the talk of the farmers now Mrs K P Nickell spent Sunday with Mrs J C Ewen Galloway Sebastian and wife were at Lee City Saturday H T Smith spent Sunday with home folks at Hazel Green Clay Wilson bought of Harry Little a pair of cattle for 115 Bud Mapel of Hazel Green is driving a team for S D Wilson Aunt Polly Fugate is very ill with fever and Dr Wise is attending her Jeff Bailey and Boone Collins attended church on Gillmore last SundayMrs Ethel Whisman of Jack son is visiting her sister Mrs Arnold Anett Miss Sarah Pratt and three la dy friends called on Mrs J Ciesar Lindon Sunday Harris Jones of White Oak was here this week collecting for J H Stricklen 00IAllison Rose and wife were theI guests of their daughter Mrs Galloway Sobatian Sunday Clyde Wilson and wife wont to Hazel Green Sunday where Mrsr Wilson is being treated by Dr WilliamsJune JAKE TARBUOKET Best the World Affords lilt gives me unbounded pleasure to recommend Bucklens Ar- nica Salve says J W Jenkins of Uhapel Hill N 0 I am convinced it iis the best salve the world affords It cured a felon on my thumb and it never fails to heal every sore burn or wound to which it is applied 25o at all1 dealer ROSE FORK RAMBLES 0Drummer Griggs gave us a call TuesdayEd visited on Cuuoy Sat urday and Sunday Mies Gallic Rose visited at Adol the greater part of last week Miss Nora Wise of Lee City visited here part of last wtuk Ben Murphy and Claude Wilson were transacting business here last ThursdayWilson Hampton wife and baby were guests of J L Duff and fam ily Sunday A A Duff is running his mill again after a delay of two weeks on account of n breakdown J W Gordon wife and two little girls of Greenbrier wero visiting at Garringer Sunday Quite a crowd of young folks enjoyed an ice cream social at Charlie Roses Saturday night H C Rose and wife and Southf Arnett and wife of Lee City called on Mr and Mrs A A Duff i Sunday Miss Mary Rose who is visiting her sister Mrs Ed Lewis will leave this week for Cannel City where she will visit until after the FourthJune 29 ROBE The Remedy That Does Dr Kings New Discovery is the remedy that does the healing others promise but fail to per form says Mrs E R Pierson of Auburn Centre Pa It is curing me of throat and lung trouble of long standing that other treat ments relieved only temporarily t New Discovery is doing mo so much good that I feel confident its con i tinued use for a reasonable length of time will restore me perfect health This renowned cough and cold remedy aud throat and lung healer is sold by all dealers at 50cII and 1 Trial bottles free SANDFIELD SIFTINGS o I Our Sunday school is progress I nicelyMiss Catron is on the sick list this week Byrd McNabb attended meeting at Toms Branch Sunday J W Sweeney and wife visited H S Stamper and family Satur day Quite a crowd from this place attended meeting at Big Branch SundayLeroy Buchanan was calling on his best girl Miss Leona Wilson SundayRev J F Wilson passed through here Saturday en route to Pine GroveWick Childers of Maytown was entertained by Miss Nancy Catron SundayAlex Toliver and daughter MissI Maude attended the show at Ezell Wednesday vieitingIhis daughter Mrs L 0 Patrick for the past week daughterAlex Toliver Sunday FloydRose and family visited his father Dave Rose on Stillwater Saturday and Sunday Misses Nora and Angeline Wills were guests of Mary and Emma Landrum Sunday night Mrs Curtis Lacy of your town is this week visiting her parents Mr and Mrs L 0 Patrick Misses Mattie and Louie Mo Nabb were guests of Johnny Kash 1and family Saturdanght- Quite a number of young follki i tiJJ oJ were entertained at an aocnrdion musicale given by Mies Fringes James at her homo last Sunday I evening Those resent wore Misses Riudu and Aquilla Lillie Patrick Belle I1oddixILandrum Belle and Nabb Nora and Angelina jMOBsrsf rum Roy McNabb Green Taylor Jonnnie Patrick Courtney aE4fRollie Stamper 4t June 29 PAmBYti CASTQmI f iAr The KInd Ys Have Ahyihbt Bears the- llgaatttre nil + of r STILLWATER SPARKLES errSeveral of the Stillwater folks took in Clarks show at Campton BITyraMiss Stella Edwards of Trent is visiting her grandparents R J Rose andwife iD B Tyra sold twelve mowing machines and rakes while making deliveries1 Ilast week Charley Rose and Stella Est wards attended meeting at Wells Chapel on Lacy creek Sunday Belle and Emma Tyra of Hpljy creek visited D Tyraaqdfam ily from Saturday until Monday j V S C Rose made his first ship r ment of wool Saturday to the Phoenix Woolen Mills Lexington D B Tyra went to the Ken tucky river delivering mowing mv chines and returned Friday even ing Kelly Rose of this place commonly known as Drummer Rose was in this section Saturday tak ing orders Miles Trent sold to Lee Caskey f 1gineation of 400 C H Smith of Winchester rep TypeFCoto sell him a machine Cashier Brissy of the FariperjYand Traders Bank bought r4L Clark Sons show a pony foe a consideration of 150 t Rev Jeff Brewer and Uucle Robert 1 Rose went to Sulphjirj x Spring in Menifee county Satur i day returning Sunday evening Bee Crane accompanied Miss u Lilly Stamper to Clarks show at Hazel Green Tuesdayand both i claim to have enjoyed eaphotherX a company t1 S M Tutt and A T Combs last week bought a meadow from Hi tram Swango for 24 which is said to be worth twice the amount D B Tyra will mow it on shares Bill Griffies boy who lives onithe Kentucky river while prank ing with a knitting needles c it clear through a thumb and two +f fingers making a painful W oundfR C Wells informed THE HERJ ALD correspondent that he is soon to quit the mercantile business IHe gave no reasons but we pre sume he intends to enter his former 1 occupation of teaching Hon 8 Gt Sample of Campton was in Hazel Green last Tuesday shaking hands with his many friends The people all say that Steve will have a comparatively l clear track at the coming pyjmry election Everybody has aViibi opinion of him and bojng anrezo 1o9PQnal nice young mutiMj surf to win TT JJan t cI + c t C = O uO L usw i JfK IERALKnteredittthe Dape Grern Eo t ofiaeas eoonil olanmnnttcrf I 3 SPENDER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY July 2 1908 ANNOUNCEMENTS r FOR CONGRESS are authorized to WAINSCOTTWeI G L WAIN SCOTT of Winchester as a candidat- for Congress from the Tenth Congres sional District subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY are authorized to anSTAMPERWe A H Stamper of Campton as a candidate for Common wealths Attorney of the 23rd JudicialI District to fill the unexpired term sub ject to the action of the Democratic party 0 FOR COUNTY JUDGE are authorized to anSWANGOWe JM Bud SWAN GO as a candidate for the office of County judge of Wolfe county subject tn the action of the Democratic party o are authorized to an SHOCKEYWe ELIAS SHOOKEY as a candidate for the office of County Judge of Wolfe county subject to tbe J action of the Democratic party FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK I LINDENWe are authorized to announes Cesar Linden of Gillmore as a candidate for the office of Circuitt Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to the Democratic primary 0 FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK r annnuncTUTT1 I r s the office of County Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic y party lire authorized to announceHANKSWe T HANKS an a can didate for Clerk of the Wolfe County court subject to the action of the Dem ocratic primary 52 FOR SHERIFF are authorized to announ SMITHWe1 SMITH as a candidate for Democratyc SAILi EYWearenuthorizedtoannouncCEO e didate for sheriff of Wolfe county sub ject to the action of tbe Democatic party ATTORNEYSCAMPLE to At an of torney of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic party 0 FOR JAILER to announce DYERWeareauthorizedcandidate for Countyeubjest ty FOR ASSESSOR e announcRArI a candidate for Assessor of Wolfe county subject to the Democratic primary FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT are authorized to an k TAULBEEWe JOHN W TAUL Superintendent 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 r INSKO ITEMS y G N Patrick of Caney was here last week on business Mr and Mrs John King wereI guests of Jerry Elam Saturday night t Wheeler Ratliffe of South Lib j erty was in this section last Sat urday I Mrs Sarah Haney of South Lib erty was last week looking after a schoolKarl t Quicksall of Malone wast here last week looking after some business affairs 7 Miss Maggie Elam accompan j Jfedate here visiting friends lames H Elam who has been in Perry county for several months returned home last week J Several from here attended meeting in Magoffii Sunday Among thorn wore Misses Glemma Row t Jttina and Haney Crase Messrs 1 JjyJ ry 3 IDe O DIVE j r i ttr fj z MURPHY rOB MINUTES 0 Sam Wilson left on Monday and struck out for Hazel Green to do some painting Ratliff went to Black IGilbert to see abont dis a tract of land John S Pieratt and daughters attended the foot washing at the Grassy Lick church Sunday Bon Ratliff of Lee City was of the creek Saturday and Sunday as the guest of his cousin Gilbert RatliffAunt Martha Murphy wife of the famous doctor spent a pleasant Sunday at the home of blur Cecil and family 0Ira Noble and wife accompanied by Coley Noble all of Caney were visitors at the home ot Mrs Joan Ratliff at this place Doc Murphy of Greasy creeki wins the medal for catching big fish He lauded one weighing 80 pounds recently which made al great feast at his home Miss Mary Murphy performedL feat recently that stands unequal led in this locality Her aim was to spring onto a horse but won clear over horse saddle and allI landing in the road four or five feet away fortunately without anl injury save a jar She is know now as Mary the queen of theI arena The sun shone the brightest andI the birds sung the sweetest during the visit of Misses Mollie and RoseI Coldiron accompanied by FredI Hurt to the home of Misses Dore and Mary Murphy and the RoseI sisters May and Alice Sing on sweet birds for perhaps your mel ody may blend with the music of wedding bells June 29 POET SELLARS SQUIBS o Born on the 15th to the wife boywRev Harry Gardner preached to a large audience at this place Saturday night Butler Hughes and wife of Pom eroyton visited the latters grand parents Mr and Mrs MW Jones last week The ball game played hero last Saturday between the regulars andt amateurs was very interesting theI regulars winning the game The Richmond Cooperage Co who recently bought a boundary of timber from Mr Weddington of Demund have their machinery up and begun work at that place W F Jones and wife of Lee City were visiting the former- parents at this place last week and left Friday for Gosneyville where they will conduct a meet ingN P Chaney and Edward Trim DIe returned Saturday from Pike county with a nice drove of cattle about 40 in number They took mules up with them and exchanged for cattle Gose Ayers of Lower Grassy have moved their sawmill to this place and have it set up on 0 B Nickells farm where they have a contract to saw out a set of one hundred thousand feet or more The Long Oldfield Mill Co of this place have just completed a contract of sawing on the Nickell fork and are preparing to move their machinery to Morgan Spencer farm near Daysboro where they have a large job of sawing June 20 DON JUAN I What Shall We Have for Dessert Try JELLO the dainty appetizing eco dessert Can be prepared instantly simply add boiling water and serve when cool Flavored just right sweetened just l right perfect in everyway A lOc package t familyAllELLO complies with the pure food laws RalpberryCbocolate ARCH CHILDERS J Practical Well Driller j Ezel Ky j Blainbgoodequipped for the business and hI anybodyFor further ioferassgoa adders wen CHUDKBq Hkd Ky l ii CommissionersSale Wolfe Circuit Court Koitncky F T MARTIN ETC Plaintiffs againstG ETC Defendants By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of tbe Wolfe Circuit Court ten dered at its May Term 1907 in the above cause for the sum of One Thou sand Dollars 100000 with interest at the rate of sixrer cent per annum fro the 1st 1893 until pai 1 andcosts herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door 1 In 1uitr lic Auction on MONDAY THE 6th DAY OF JULY 1908 KCountymonths the following described prop erty fawn of land on the waters 0faRed aver In Wolfe county Kentucky- t the said eight tracts of land belay ad joining and embraced in one boundary and same are more fully described Belo 1nnder the title of Description o Tracts DESCRIPTION OF TRACTS FIRST TRACT Beginning at a Spruce Pine on Mill1 Branch of Parch Corn Fork of Graiain mock Fork thence S 1530 E 13 po to large Poplar and Mapel in an open gap near a mill path under a point of a cliff thence with the meanders of tbe top said cliff S 44 W 25 po S 85 W 7 po 2030tV95 IOpoN451VGpoN12- lOpoNG3W164 W lOpoS63UW16- S 20 to Cliffe edge a large White Pin near and under cllffat a steep high waterfall 18 in view of Cannel Coal and th clifftpo to a Sugar tree and Holly earner to Jacob Bush thence down the meanders of said creek and with the line of said Bush N 22 E 50 po to two lUrches and a Pine satnt branch S 64 E 52 po to a Birch thencei S 79 E 18 po to tin beginning contain ing by survey 143Acres and 35 poles be ing the same land conveyed by Joseph Gilley and wife to J W Martin and F T Martin by deed dated October 2nd 1881 and recorded in the deed books f said countySECOND TRACT oan tbe west side of Graining Block iin Youngs lower line thence crossing said creek S 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 it meanders N 45 E 22 610 po to Spruce Pine in a broad gap thence N 49 E18 32100 po to a Sour Wood on edg of cliff N 37 E 93 po to a small point of cliff N 81 E 14 92100 po to a dead Spruce Pine thence N 44 E 14 po N 78 46 E 9 85100 po N 6345 E 10 24100 to top of point thence across a hot low N 7630 E 89 410 po to a Birch nea cliff in W L Bushs line thence depart ling from eaH cliff and with said Bushs line N 14 W 40 3 10 po crossing the creek to a Poplar and Chestnut under a point of tbe cliff thence with the meanders of said cliff S 71 W po thence S 63 W 34 po S 20 W 30 po S 60 W 22 po to e Pine and Birch S 29 W 30 po to alVbit I Oak S 40 W 48 po to two Gums th I beginning containing 39 Acres the sameI land conveyed to J W Martin and F T Martin by deed of date October 22 1881 and recorded in deed books of thi 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 C8 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 tbence S 3615 NIT 40 po to a Spruce Pine on east bank of creek thence S 6S0 W 12 po to a stake birch pointer thence S 23 30 W 32 po to two beeches and a pine posleaving said creek and running Bushs line to a pine on a ridge tbence departing from said Bushs line n 30 e 33 po to a white oak two white pine pointjj crc thence n 6 e 81 MO po to a chestnut above the waterfall thence n 1i45 e 28 po to a yellow pine thence n 74 e 18 to the beginning con talning 30 acres and being the same land conveyed bv Newton Townsend andwife to J W Martin and F T Martin by deed dated October 21881 and now of record in deed books of said county FOURTH TRACT j Beginning at a chestnut and chestnut oak at a point of the chiffon the west side of Graining Block creek and corner to W L Bush thence crossing said creeks I 60 e 48 po to a yellow pine at point of cliff corner to W L Bush thence with the top of cliff as it meanders n 28 e 20 t po s 85 a 17 32100 po crossing Spring I hollow n 68 e 19 7100 po to a small pine thence n 1816 e 20 8 10 po to two I white pines under point of cliff thence n 48 crowing said creek 40 po to a point of cliff wedge shape point thence upr said cliff us it meanders s 68 w 70 po totthe beginning containing 17 acres and being the same land conveyed by Newton 1 Iownsend and wife to J W and F T Martin by deed dated October 22 1881 and now of record in deed books of said countycFIFTH TRACT Beginning at a chestnut oak and chest i nut at a point of cliff Newton Towns ends corner thence with the meanders- of I said cliff n 35 e 12 po to a sour wood N 49 E 30 po to a Birch and Mapel I S 86 E 21 po to a White Oak S 58 E 30 po to a chestnut B 75 e 30 pob to a pine s 70 e 32 po to two white pines at the forks of Graining Block thence up the left hand fork with Its meanders s9e36potoapoplare14w22poto a pine s 49 e 16 po to a pine and two t beeches Joseph Gilleys corner B 22 e 60- p0 n to a holly and lIugar tree Newton TownsendR corner thence departing from the creek n 68 w 8b po to a chest nut n 47 w 108 po to a locust n 54 w 33 crosslagcontaining 163 acres by survey and being the same land conveyed by Jacob ush to J W Martin and F T Martin deed dated August 22 1881 and of i in the deed books of said county SJXTH TRACT Beginripc sty the mouth of Hotel branch in be center of XJrsfafcs Blcek Oi r r 1 1 t + 1 t li tititlk of Red River thence witrntliecSn ter of said creek As it meanders until it Martinsline linethencewhite oaks marked G C thence up a drain straight to the ridge road and with said road to Elias Reynolds fence and with said fence straight to Hotel beglnnlnKcontalnlnj Commieit rf 1MartindredbooksSEVENTH TRACT Beginning at a Chestnut and Poplar GrllinIngthence s 15 e 40 po crossing said creek to Birch under the east side of Grcining Fieldingsaid cliffn 73 e 17 po thence n 78 e 134 1ipotpo near cliff n b2iS e 17 po to a Spruce pine on top of cliffacross deep hollow n 62 30 e 19 610 po to a small Yellow Pine on point of clllf corner to Newton Town send thence with his line crossing the andqwestameandtrs tofOakNs w po to a Poplar thence top32ebyWm toedeedN1881 and now of 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 a 69 e 46 po to a Pine and two Beeches at mouth of a branch or fork of Parched Corn creek thence up said creek s 22 w 60 po to a Poplar near tbe bank of the creek thence departing from the banks of the creek bushflOOipo to a Black Locust and Oak er thence n 28 w 37 po to two White WindingStairsa stake and Chestnut pointer Newton Townsends line thence with his line s 41 e 30 210 po to a Pine the beginning beingshisawife Sarah to J Martin and F T 1881ebooks 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 ErRailway company thence nearly scuth with the right of way 70 yards to a art stone tbence nearly west 70 yards to aset stset stone thence nearly east 70 yards to the beginning containing one acre and LetoeE Railway companys right of way and L Park Hotel lot thence nearly north with the L Park Hotel property thencestame course a straight course to a cliff thence a little bit southwest to a White Poplarring containing one and threefourth 134 acres Or sufficient thereof to produce tbe 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 until paid and hay ing the force and effect of a judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these termsE ROSE Master Commiss- ionerCommissioners Sale Wolfe Circuit Court Kentucky TUE FARMERS TRADERS BANK Plaintiff againstCHARLES MARY JANE SWEE NEY AND MARY OlHAin 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 rale of six per cent per annum from the 28th day of October 1906 until pai- dandcosta herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Campton to the highest bidder at Public Auction on MONDAY THE 6th DAY OF JULY 1908 as 1 oclock p m or thereabout being County Court day upon a credit of sx months the following described property towlt A certain tract or parcel of land in Wolfe county Kentucky on the wat- ersofand bounded and described- as follows towlt Beginning on a White Oak standing on the east side of the road near the Mt Cornell im provement tbence nearly south to two White Oaks on tbe bank of a breach as- a corner thence east with Robert Tay lots line to the James Lawson line tbence with said line to the old Col lins line i thence down the point with said line to a Dogwood standing on the of a branch below tbe Collins resi dence continuing with said line Col jOakjj jt Pine Stump i tbence a straight line to IOrII sums of money so ordered to be made j For the purchase price tbe purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute bond bearing legal Interest from the day of ease until paid and having judgmentBidders a Jcomplylpromptly with these terms 1 M F HPRTON Special Commissioner lt tl+ naile r Wf1 hk lea 11M1 AP 1 Yr isyllt Ord eIr lllorMrtista o dJ T off Money to Burn T you have money to burn Keep it in the house where it may be burned lost or stolen but if you want to keep it safely where it will always be tJready for you when needed deposit it with us A bank account wilt give you a bettor business standing intt thn community and a prestige that you may never have enjoyed before If your name is not on our books we will be pleased to see it there before the oloso of the year 1008 S S I THE HAZEL GREEN BANK HAZELGREENACADEMY r r Fall Term Opens Sept 8 1908 I Special attention will be given to teachers who wish to review all the Common Branches in preparation for Spring Examinations The COURSES OF STUDY have been revised so as to afford the best advantages possible for young men and women who desire to bet ter prepare themselves for teaching or wish to prepare for the STATE CERTIFICATE or the STATE DIPLOMA The ACADEMIC COURSE well equips the student for the SOPH OMORE YEAR in College The Faculty is composed of Nine Teachers Careful attention is given to each student TUITION IS FREE Incidental Fee of 500 is charged for the term Board with Heat and Light 200 per week Furnished Rooms Free Write for Catalogues M 0 CARTER SecyTreas HrJJ DERTHICK Principal misses maple ana Trog announce to the ladies of town and surroundingvicinity that they now have in their new and fresh Spni san Seiner IDIlliwl j i 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 extreinest cases They also have a select line of LADIES FURNISHING GOODS such as Collars Belts Cloves Etc pVIu addition to the Millinery Business we have a DEPARTMENTtolino of literature with illustrations the best styles can be seen and used stoo4forpast sea son and hoping to merit its continuance we are respectfully e MAPEL TROY miSS Falag lOng THE MILLINER HAZEL GREEN KY Invites 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 allellJiAc Shirts in Voile Panama and Linen Readymade Waists specialty in Silk and WashII Goods Latest iu Belts and Collars including a tasty collection Underwear Hosiery Embroidery Lacesjfeo in groat profusionsYour patronage is respect unX polloitedRespecYfnllyr1f s oItJ 1 ll I r r r AJJi 1 dis1 Buggies l EugglBli H andThe citizens of Hazel vicinity are herewith informed that they can now buy firstclass buggies at home I am prepared to furnish the beat made and at reasonable prices I dont han die anything but firstclass buggies and those who want cheap claptraps will have to go elsewhere 8Remember if you want a FIRST CLASS BUGGY one that will glvo satisfaction in comfort and wear I can supplryou see me at my shop in Hazel Green RespectfullyJOHN H ROSE GEORGE RICE JR UNDERTAKERHAZEL I I haveseveral fine Coffins in my shop and am prepared to make any style to order and on the most 4 reasonable terms I also havezA Handsome Hearse j and will attend all burials when o requested Public patronage iis r respectfully solicitedua5t 8XGBpBJPB 1tttt- a t L IjL 1 T f 4r J MaliJjf byjfKidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages L and lessens ambition beauty vigor 1 IjJandI cheerfulness soon p3 disappear when the kid neys are out of order or diseased L Kidney trouble has prevalentthat V If for a child to be born afflicted with weak kid g1 neys If the child urln T ates too often If the urine scalds the flesh or If when the child reaches an age when It should be able to controTthie passage It Is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon It the cause of the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of unpleasanttroublekidneys and bladder and not to a habit as supposeWomen men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyThoSvrampRoot Is soon realized It Is sold by druggists In fifty cent anaone dollar sizes You may have a sample bottle by mall IhraaIpnootIngthousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont make any mistake but remember in rime Swamp Root Dr Kilmer BingaamtonN 4 WE HERALD DRINK WAINSCOTTS POP Dr 0 Hood Williams has been on the sick list for a few days past Jolly John Pieratt and wife are visiting relatives and friends in and around town Dr A 0 Nickell and wife left Friday for Louisville where the latter will be treated Grant Lacy left yesterday for Torrent where he will take charge of the Day MoLin store Rev French Jones and wifb of Lee City were in town this week visiting relatives and friends OA XOEIIABears shefluKind Yor Haw Always Bought Blgutucf i Miss Lillie Cecil of Grassy Greek spent Friday with Miss Molly Swango her cousin at the SpringsH Swango and wife visited relatives ou the Murphy FOlk of Grassy and at Goodwin Chapel all of last week Aboer Brown of Stanton visited his wife and baby at Mrs Lou Mapels from Friday until Mon day morning A child of John Pieratt fell from a second story window Tuos day and was unhurt except for a slight scratch 0 4k JSTORTA Jr deThe Had Yw Hare MwajsBesjM SikestonMrs dp Emily Lacy has thanks of the editor and his better seven o eighths for a ifiue mess of tender I young sugar boots Miss Molly Coldiron has secured the Amyx public school above the village of Daysboro and willteach the same this year Marshal Bill Johnson has made some fine improvements along our streets by puttingin tiled culverts 1 at one or two places Mrs Clyde Curry of Jackson is visiting hr sister Mrs Edward Oney near town After a pleasant two weeks stay she returned this week A man named Walters from above Lee City was here yester day soliciting alms on account of a cut hand uud our citizens gen erally helped him r f Carl Mize who has been at Bill more N 0 for a few months art rived here Monday and is looking in fairly good health much to the gratification of his friends ysY Misses Sue and Fay Long who t WaynetJeannette Gridley at Newark 0 t on the 22nd alt returned Tues day and are very much pleaaod 1 1ritetheir outing Y r t w- v 9tA dir YLy q Y LoQfl Qridley At 7 oclock Monday evening iin the Central Church of Christ a- very pretty marriage took place when Rev H J Dcrthick of Ha zel Green Ky assisted by Rev J N Sholes united the lives of Miss Jeannette Gridley daughter of Mrs Margaret Gridley of 81 Hoover street and Mr Wayne Fletcher Long an instructor in the Church of Christi Mission school of Hazel Groan Ky whore the bride has also been teaching and where the friendship first started that culminated in the ty ing of the nuptial knot last even ingThe bride attired in a Japanese silk gown with chiffon and Venice lace and wearing a full length misty veil woe given away by her moth er The maid of honor was Miss Sue Long a sister of the groom of Kentucky and the brides maids were Misses Katio Burch and Ma bel Cochran of this city The bride was also attended by Miss Carolyn Gridley of Charlotte Mich who in a dainty white frock acted as flower girl and carried the brides bouquet of brides roses The groom was attended by Mr B 0 Horton of this city The beautiful ring ceremony was used and the ring was carried in a rose by Master Minor Leo Taylor Mr Walter Stage acted as usher Immediately after the ceremony Mr and Mrs Long left for Wash iugton D C from where after a short visit they will go to Rich mond Ya and spend the summer where Mr Long will have charge of a church The groom is one of Hazel Greens most popular citizens and learned instructors and is a grad uate of Hazel Green academy and Bethany college W Va The bride received her diploma from the University of Michigan When Mr and Mrs Long take up their residence in Hazel Green this fall they will both continue teaching in the Mission schools Newark 0 AmericanCitizen This Means You If Yon Owe Us As Dr Taylor Center intends soon to change his location we have dissolved partnership for that purpose and he has all of our accounts in his hands for col lection 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 witheither All accounts must be collected within 00 days or we will place them iu the hands of a collector Those who can not pay at once must call and make satisfactory settlementTAYLOR CENTER M D DR G M CENTER Hazel Green June 28 1008 Shelt Cannoyand Dr John Cox of Campton passed through town Monday en route to see John Will Taulbee and Mr Cannoys con had Dr Stamper do some dental work for him Lost somewhere in Hazol Green a gold medal and chain The medal had on it Deportment and Attendance 04 C P S Please return to Mae Williams and reI ceiye reward Dr Daniel Kiish of Campton and Dr Taylor Center of Hazel Green have swapped pillpockets In other words Taylor moves to Campton and Daniel will come to Hazel Green RECIPE FOR DIXIE ICE CREAM Can be made and frozen in 10 minutes at cost of One Cent a Plate Stir contents of one 13c package M00 ICE C HK Powder into a quart of milk an defreeze No cooking no heating nothing else to add Everything but the ice and milk in the package SatiMfactioa guaranteed This makes 3 quarts of the most delicious ice cream you ever ate Five Kinds Cluctlate Vanilla Straw ttrry Lttnon and Unflawrtd 2 packages S5c at your grocers or by mail if he does not keep it lntratludts Boots Wi r- II Thiii11arFdGlayLYJ 4 A tt f- iv r l Y 1 1AJohnny Kash last Sunday exca vated a mound on his place and unearthed the bones of two human beings complete from teeth to toe nails As they were buried head to foot that is one skeleton lying one way and tho other alongside the other way they showed to be complete For instance tho tooth of ono sot of bones woro at the toes of tho othor No sign of cof fin or wood protection was to be seen but a crude wall was built lengthwise the skeletons and over them was a pile of rock Arrow heads and a large piece of flint were found in the same place No Indians are known to have inhab itod this immediate vicinity since 1818 and tho query comes whose bones are they T E Muggeridge and wife Mrs D R Kimbrough and Mrs W G Swartz of Cynthiana and Mrs Jameson of Frankfort arrived Monday for an indefinite stay at the Swango House Elsewhere will bo found Dr J H Stampers dental card and tho man or woman who thinks ho cannot do the best work should call and see the editor of this paper la the Morgan Circuit court this week Nelse Bishop for killing young Whitaker was convicted and sentenced to tho penitentiary for a term of two years J100 REWARD I J100 The readers of tills paper will be pleased to learn that there Is at lent one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure IIn all Us stages and that Is catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure Is the only positive core now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a con stitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure to1 taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting1 nature In doing its work The proprietors Ihave so much faith in Its curative powera that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J CHENEY k CO Toledo O Sold by all Druggists Take flails Family rills for constipation Some say I am too high Prove the truth give me a try Come in and see me and I will surprise you Have me fix your teeth and if you aronot satis fied I lose Aint that fair J H STAMPER Dentist Hazel Green Ky THINKING OF MOVING WEST It not then stake up your mind and write me for descriptive list of farms m Missouri productiye the inn at prices ranging from 15 to 40 au acre and come where lite is made Icier able by paofitrble farming Why sweat and fret life away in the vain effort to eke out a mere miserable sustenance from the rook ribhed rootlaced hillsides as your father and fathers father did when there Is so much good land to be had yet awhile for a mere song Get out of the rutsbreak away from the timeworn habit that keeps your nose to the grindstone AU it takes Is resolution and a little nerve Write me and let me help you to abetter condition IIsN PHIPPS Chanute Kansas w U i Very Serious ItI very rerlouo matter to ask for i medicine id have the wroi 0 one given t F this reason we urge yt in b Ing to te careful to get the gcnulnt JllTHEOFORDS HT Liver Medicine The reputation of this old relic ble medicine for constipation indigestion and liver trouble is firmly established It does not imitate other medicines It is better than others or it would not be the favorite liver powder with a larger sale than all others combined SOLD IN TOWN i vt PronmtlT obtained ornofee Write tbr our CO FcPorE atTnhJwo TER baton ap I mon PAYob PATENS THAT and help Inventors to success Send model photo sketch and wo send IMMCDIAT FRKB REPORT ON PAT NTAe1LITY20yeaxeprrc eCOmebPatent Lawyers Write or us at B08607 7th St WASHINGTON 0 CI 1 j r- Rfltuiion tri BlrthdaJGlaner A reunion was given at the home of Squire John D Rose and wifo last Thursday in honor of Mrs Roses mother Mrs Lila Murphy it boing the 70th anniversary of her birth A sumptuous dinner was prepared Services in the afternoon were conducted by Revs Harlan Murphy and Wlf Yocum Among those present were S P Murphy und wife Runio Cal bortsun Valeria Mrs Mary Ann Elkins and eon Richmond Jeri oho j JOB Little and wife Mize j Sol Little and wife Pekin j John Pieratt and wirnJf P Rope and wife Hazel Green j J 0 B Little wiftjand children Campton j Sam Smythand wife L E Smyth and wife Gillmore j Wra Shackelford Paxton j Jeff M Rose and duugh ter Nancy R B Rose and wife Lacy creek j Mrs D G Henry Ezol and J T Murphy Charles ton Ill All seemed to enjoy themselves immensely as everyone enjoys a hearty welcome when thoy are ai the squires All wish her many moro happy birthd- aysCommissioners Sale Wolfe Circuit Court Kentucky MARY E Buowx Plaintiff againstJOliN Defendant By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Wolfe Circuit Court ren dered at its January Term 1908 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 at 1 oclock p m or thereabout being County Court day upon a credit ofsix months the following described property towit A certain lot or boundary of land sit dated on Swifts Creek In the town of Campton Wolfe county Kentucky and bounded and described as follows This said lot fronts Went 1G feet and f3 Inches on Marion street thence it runs East 33 feet the width and length ofai building which stands on same The size of the lot is it feet and 3 inches by 33 feet and it is adjoined and bounded on the North by William L Hursts lotand it is adjoined and bounded on the South by the plalntlfls Mary E Browns lot Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money eo 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 until paid and having the fonoe and effect of a judgment Bid ders will be prepared to comply prompt ly with these terms E T ROSE Master Commiss- ionerSHERIFFS SALE- Y VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION B No 1446 directed to me which is sued from the clerks office of the Wolfe Circuit court in favor of P Y Drake Against O V Hcnslev and Bud Spencer I or one of my deputies will on TUESDAY 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 ao much thereof as may be neces sary to satisfy plaintiffs debt interest and coats 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 oth er about eight years of age Levied on as the property of Bud SpencerTERMS Sale will be made on credit ol three months the purchaser to execute bond with approved security to have the force and effect of a Replevin Bond Witness my hand this 13th day of June 1908 J W COX Sherlffof Wolfe County By WALTER OLIVER D S SHERIFFS SALE BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION So i directed to me which Issued from Judges office of the Campton Police Court in favor of Sam Spencer and A H Marshall agaiurt W J 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 a m and 3 oclock p in at the Court House door In Camptcn Wolfe county Kentucky expose to public tale to the highest bidder the following property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy IlaintlnY debt interest and costs towitOne 414x40 stem 1 rope socket 3 sets of jars two OKJ bits 1 horn socket 1 tamper screw 1 bellows 2 tool boxes 2 rubber belts 2 boxes of bolts 1 wire line 1 23 iL IP O W S Engine No 5470 1 8ineh bailor 1 sand line 1 anvil Levied on as the property of W J Kirk wood C W Klrkwood und The Kirkwood Drilling Company THRMS Stile will lhe made on H credit of three months the purchaser to execute bond with approved security to have the force and effect of a Iteplevln Bond Witness my hand this 10th day of June 1903 J W COX 8h ril Wolfe County t Y i ii3iJ r fJI n Tho Kind You Have Always Bought and which hns boca in uso for over 30 years has borne the slgnotnro 7 und has been umdo under his otMj7fy board supervision since its f77C6UM Allow no ono to deceive yon in this 1 i Ail Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are hub Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health of Jnfauts and Children Experience against Experiment IIt What is CASTORIA Castorla Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms f and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhrea and Wind 1 Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation nod Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy mid natural sleep ITho Childrens Panacea Tlio Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS I A Bears the Signaturo of I He Kind You Have Always Boughtsa In Use For Over 30 Years THC CrNTAC CONI9NT TVCgAT aTCIT Ntw TOaa CITY 4 Kash Johnson Kash t DEALERS IN Generalt Merchandise t COUNTRY= PRODUCE c JEAZEL GREEN KY luvifothe attention of the people of Hazel Green and vicinity to thetf new stock of goods thoy hove just received embracing general stores y Staplt und Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoes Clothing Fruits and Vegetables in season Farmer Hardware c and especially their Shield Brand Clothing Dress Goods Latest Prints Domestics all of which they toll at n smALl profit for CASH their policy being Quick Sales and Small ProfitS Soliciting your trade which we hopo to merit by fair dealing we aftf respectfully yours Kash Johnson Kash y r iHTEllis Johnson in connection hteetbce aan update Livery and Feed Stable Drummers nit tinw v c 11 a Lookout forACECIL BROS new advertisement whichwill appear next week perhaps r- Y Sam Kash of the firm Kash Sample says they are selling goods so fast and are kept so busy that they have no time to write an advertisement and he says if they had a new ad they would have to hire another as sistant for which they can not make room with the goods B F BOLINC I UNDERTAKERCAMPTON INFORMS the citizens of Wolfe and counties that he curried a line of Collins Caskets Burial Clothes awaytimeI6rSpeclalcaskets supplied on 24 hours notice finest made if ordered Teams and hacks furnished funerals Also can fill orders for tombstone Ac J E T ROSE s G SAMPLE ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and CounseloraatLaw CAMPTON KY This firm wIlt practice in all the Courts of Wolfe and adjacent counties Special LaRandReal andTradt i r t s i rf lt Yf Heai4 1 r kTroubles Tire heart may Ho TveaK1 r tjustthe same as the eyes1 1 stomach or other organs It often happens that a v person is born with a weak r heart Then again dis ease fevers overexertion h anxiety nervousness rheumatism etc weaken the heart The result is shortness of breath pal pitation pain in the heart or in some of the nerves F of the chest or abdomen The heart should be strengthened with a tonic and for tliis nothing equals Dr Miles Heart Cure I had LnGrlppo last fall as I weakcgooddealr breathing and extremely nervous I f began taking Dr Mlles Heart Cure and Nervine and now I feel so much better In every way I am so thank ful that I began taking this medicine otherflhowt MRS p j NORTON Freevllle New York 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 s RI CURES T RHEUMATISMLUMBAGO flEURALaiA and KIDNEY TROUBLE iOIOTS taken Internally rids tbe blood ot the poisonous matter and acids which are tee direct causes of these diseases Applied externally It affords almost In stant relief from pain while a permanent cure Is being effected by purifying tbe blood dissolving tbo poisonous sub t stance and removing It from tbo system DR 3 D BLAND Of Drewlon Ga writes rIrtoraDumbrtLom jtntk arms and I 14kinmedle that could 0 banebirothi beapannaa coa1IdbaUouud eothte that one the relIef obtefeed from sDiulw I iall prrerlbIs n my nono for rLeumalUm and klodred du- eaiMFREE If you are suffering with Rheumatism Neuralgia Kidney Trouble or any kin dred disease write to us tor a trial bottle of 5 DROPS and test It yourself 1t DROPS can be used any length of thna without acqulrlnz a drug habit as It IIs entirely tree of opium cocaine alcohol laudanum and other similar Ingredients JUreeSIeBotMf SDROrs 800DMM SIOO ForBaUbyUmsclcta 8WAHSOB BHEOaATIO OUflE COMPABV 4 1tjLeO ICO LatceUcttCUc o f TREESFruit and Ornamental Everything forOrchard ft Lawn and Garden Our siStrawberry Plants are c I moneymakers Try emII WRITE FOR FREE CATALOG I WE HAVE NO AGENTS H F HILLENMEYER do SONS f LEXINGTON KY KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings y New Discovery FOR COUCH8PBICEFree AND ALL THROAT AND LUNGTROUBLES GtJABANTDD BATIBFAOTOR OR MONEY BETUHDED DAY HOUSE Hazel Green Ky lti t THrs 1OTJ DAY Proprietor l Deal table fare in Eastern Kentucky A lidIld9fUaouMM to traveling joeo C y d r t J i OFFICIAL MALL The Democratic Executive Com mi of the Tenth Congressional District at Ita meeting in Jft Sterling recently ma the following official call FirstIt is ordered that mass conven ions be held at the courthouse In each of the respective counties composing the Tenth Congressional District at I oclo ckN p m Saturday July 11 1008 for the purpose of selecting and instructing Idf so desired delegates to represent the sa counties at the general convention here- Inafter provided for Second Bald delegates so selected ut the various county conventions shall us semble in a general district convention to be held at Eslill Springs Hotel Esti 11v county Ky Wednesday July 15190- at 8 the hour of 1080 oclock a m f the purpose of nominating a Democrat- candidate for Congress in said Tenth Congressional District of Kentucky to be voted for at the November election 1908 and to adopt such resolutions an transact such business as may properl- be the subject of consideration by ra convention Third AH persons who are devoted to the principles of the Democratic party and desire to see those principles sue ceed and who by participating in said conventions feel in honor bound to sup port the Drmocrntlc nominee In tho next November election and who will be le gal voters in the precinct in which they I now live if they continue to live in the iI same precinct until the November elec I tion 1JI08 shall have the right and are invited to participate in said connty I11 conventions Fourth In said general convention each county shall be entitled to one voteI for each 200 or fractional part over 10 0wit votes that were cast for Judge Alton B1 Parker for President in 1904 Fifth The Chairman and Secretary of this meeting are directed to advertise the said county mass conventions andJ said district convention through the t Democratic press of the district and iInII I ItexpedientIItIto FINLEY E Foao E W SENFF Secre- taryReceivers Chairmanjj 1t Sale Wolfe Circuit Court Kentucky GENEVA BROWN ADMX Plaintlfl l against GEORGE CANNOY ETC Defendants By virtue of an Order of Sale ot Wolfe Circuit court rendered at its May term 1908 in the above cause I shall proceed toiler 0 for sale at the court house door iinI Campton to the highest bidder at Public Auction on- MONDAY the 6th DAY OF JULY 1908 oat 1 oclock p m or thereabout being County Court day upon a credit of three 3 months the following described property i towit 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 elect ot a judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms T F STAMPERReceiver as Commissioners Sale Wolfe Circuit Court Kentucky GENEVA BROWN ADMX Plaintiff against J W ROSE ETC Defendant By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Wolfe Circuit court rendered me at its May term 1908 in the above cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the court house door in Campton to the highest bid der at Public Auction on MONDAY the 6th DAY OF JULY 1908 nt one oclock p m or thereabout being County Court dey upon a credit of six J months the following described property tc wit iSaid land Is to be sold subject to the dow er and homestead interest of Geneva Brown widow of John Brown deceased and her infant children and same Is bounded and I described as follows i Beginning at a white oak standing at the north side of a lane and a gate at the Wm OlIalr line It on plat thence with said line and fence S 10 W 1225 feet to the top of the ridge to M C OHalrs line C on plat with same N SORE 60 feet to a stake S 14 E 38 feet S 3 W 122 feet S 84 W 347 ffeet S 34M E 115 feet S 32 E 137 feet S 20 SE 375 feet to J B Hindis line G on FOR- NEURALGIA SCIATICA RHEUMATISM BACKACHEPAIN DISTRESS IN STOMACH SLEEPLESSNESS Jll yoIit et AOeet i feet 8 65 E 310 feet toainarkedmaple 8 etadej a corner on plat thence with the top of the ridge and his lincN 10 E 238 feet to a maple and sour wood N 65 E 143 feet N 57 E 268 feet N 15f K 190 feet N 6A fret N 16 W 331 Ire t 14 W 227 leet to two chestnuts N liE 102 feet N 32 E 292 fret to n hickory N EIdf16K 180 feet N 1 E 412 feet to George Bessleys line Eon plot with his line and the top of the ridge N 77 W 76 feet N 83M W 70 feet S 75M W 317 feet N 40f W 644 feet S 67 W 465 feet 8 32r W 00 feet S 30 W 444 feet S 75 W 413 feet to u locust 8 23M 75 feet 8 13 W 311 feet S 19 W 166 feet 8 23 W 187 feet to the place of beginning surveyIc the sums ot money so ordered to be made For the purchase price the purchaser with ap Iproved surety or securities must executed bond bearing legal interest from the day andypredpared 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 ogles of the Wolfe Circuit Court inJ favor of Kelly Fulks and against C B Terrillj I will on the ISIXTH DAY OF JULY 1008 It being County Court day between the hours of 11 oclock am and 4 oclock p m at the courthouse door in the town of Campton Wolfe county Kentucky expose to Public Sale the following property to Three tracts of land situated on Holly creek Wolfe county Kentucky and hounded and described as follows to wtt7 TRACT No 1 Known as the A B Hat ten tract Beginning on a chestnut and a rock near the creek on the south sloe thence a straight line to the top of the pointIa hickory at 8 II Hursts line thence said Hursts line to G W Tyras line Tyrosjthence up a drain and with said Tyras line to the top of the ridge to a locust and wal nut at S H Hurst corner thence with said Hursts line to a chestnut oak at C B Terrills corner thence with said Terrills line to a gets and a white oak near the branch thence down the branch to the creek thence down the creek io the beginning Containing 100 acres more or less TRACT No 2 Known as the Eveline Creech tract Bounded on the North and West by the lauds of Isaac Hollon on the East by the homestead of C B Terrill and the South by the lands known an H H Terrill tract now owned by C B Terrill TRACT No3 Known as the H H Ter rill tract Beginning at a chestnut tree on the southeast side of the creek at C B Ter rills line thence running down said Holly creek to G W Tyros line thence up the hill with Tyras line to the top of the point thence with the said Tyras line and the divide ridge to C B Terrills line thence with C B Terrills line to the beginning Containing 60 acres more or less Levied on as the property of C B Terrill At said time and place I will proceed to sell said tracts of land or so much thereof will be necessary to satisfy said execu Icon and all costs thereon to the highest and best bidder on a credit of three 3 months from the day of sale the purchaser giving bond with approved security bear- Ing six C per cent interest from date and having the force and effect of a replevin bond on which execution may issue If the whenJ1This 8th day ofJune1908J S W C lly WALTER OLIVER D S WC t TnO 1 WinonostOf Bank WINCHESTER KY N H WmiBBsrooN President Paid Up Capital i 10000000 Undivided Profit t 11000000 Unudiome Deposit ot j over i t i 000000000 This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and bur laces men generally throughout East ern Kentucky and offers its custom era every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking loct2ly 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