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Fi J ft W t 1JlT t f Jft f N c I 1 t 111J I t t 1 ThE HAZEL t GREEN r- ERALD 4- 0 ltabllahedMaroh 4 1866 de Famous In the Story of Jonathan and Hia Continent by Max ORoll 0 t y 4 eesNcsEaooOdOEditorPERThe Oldest Afceti Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 3100i i V ilt Aden u t TWENTYTHIRD YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUOKY THURSDAY JULY 9 1908 NUMBER 48 Lexington and Eastern Railway Tine Table In Effect June 21 1908 WEST BOUND bo1STATIONS SundaySunday AMLve PMLve AMLve Jackson 6 10 am I 2 20 pm 700 am- OK Junct 6 15 pm 2 25 pm 705 am BeattVve Jo 7 071m 3 20 pm 750 am Torrent 7 30 am 3 41 pm 812 am Nat Bridge 7 45 am 9 bb pm 825 am Campton n 7 43 am I 3 67 pn 828 am Stanton 8 16 am 4 26 pm 862 am Clay City 8 25 am 9 35 pm 902 am LAEtfnnon 9 OOim 6 07 pn 934 am Winchester 912am 5 20 pm 946am Lezton nr 955 am 0 05 pm 1025 am paEASTI BOUND No2 r I No4 Dally ex n STATIONS Daily and IISunday r Sunday 1PM LveAMLy2 25 pm 0 Lexington o 7 36 am I 10pm0 Winchester 20 8 13 am t 325pm LEJunctlon 826 pm o 4 00 pm 40 Clay City40 9 02 am 4 10 pm 44 Stanton 44 9 10 am 4 40 pm Campton Juntn I 38 pm 4 45 pm 57 Nat Bridge 6719 43 am 4 57 pm 62 Torrent 62 56 am b 18 pm 70 BeattrveJo am 6 10 pm 90 OKJunon 7011017 am 6 15 pm94l Jaokson am t CONNECTIONS L E JUNCTION Tralni Nos 12 and t 3 Will make connection with the C 0 By for Mt SterlingI t CAMPTON JUNCTION Trains Nog 1 2 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central Ry for Pine Ridge and Campton BKATTYVLLK JUKCTION Trains Nos 2 and 4 will make connection at Beatty vllle with the L and A Railway for passenger to and from Beattyvllle- O K JUNCTION Trains NPS 3 and 4 connect with the O K Railway for local stations on the O t K Railway IeOBASsCOTT I Dio mhAl Bailwag Time Table May UI I9O5 WESTBOUND No33 1 = No21 Dally ex K STATIONS A Dally uSunday Sunday PM Ann 0 27 PJIAEB 5 20 6 Cannel City 22 12 35 4 55 11 Helechawa 20 12 19 4 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 3 52 22 Wllhnrst 6 11 44 310 27 OK Junction 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND No34 I I No22 Daily ex STATIONS Dally eI Sunday r Sunday AM LVB P M LVE 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1w f 7 33 21 Heleohawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hamptou 13 1 44 8 37 10 Wilhurst 20 161 D 25 1 OAK Junction 22 2 25 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 m Nos 21 and 22 will make close connectioi i at O K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for on the Lexington and Eastern Rail t ports L CONLEY t Superintendent l iIIgIJ1I8IR Gontlaf I aUIDaa No 1 No 2 DEPART ARRIVE 600 am Campton 11 30 a m 200 p m Campton 600 pm No2 No1 ARRIVE DEPART 7 80 amCampn JunolO 05 am 880 pmCampu Juno 440 pm The Mountain Central makes connection with all L E pas senger trains rJSJ8 8Sy3KnKT I xe REPRESENTING rTHEi JOSEPH G REED CO Wholesale Dry Goods and Notions PORTSMOUTH OHIO Solicits the trade of the merchants of East ern Kentucky and guarantees prices aud quality of goose Hold orders for him r S T nOSE Br O SAMPLE1 ROSE SAMPLE LawFY CAMPTON KY I Thii firm will practice in all the Courts of Wolfe and adjacent counties Special 1 1attention given to Corporation Law and BealEiUtaLlUcaUon Oficat 8coo Floor Farmer and t rtrpHaatel a aar i COUNTY NEWS Local Items ofgeneral interest to a majority of our readers especi allydistant friends CAPTON CURRENCY o County court was in session here yesterday G D Stamper was attending Circuit court at Beaityyilie yesterday Mr and Mrs 0 S Sample of Lacy creek were visiting in Camp ton yesterday R A Childers of Maytown and Arch Childers of Cyuthiana are visiting the family of Capt WL HurstHon J S White of Irvine and Judge D B Redwino of Jackson were in town from Saturday until MondaySam Kash state revenue agent of Corbin accompanied by his wife and daughter are visiting rel atives in Campton this week Most all the aspirants for office in Wolfe county attended County court here on the 6th All seem ed to be in good cheer and it looks like there may be some pretty live ly races in Wolfe this fall judging from the good humor of opposing candidatesIn at Natural Bridge Sat urday in which Deputy Sheriff Spencer of this county and Har lan and Will Brewer also of this county participated Spencer shot Haplan Brewer in the leg break ing the thigh bone It is also reported that Spencer was cut sev oral times by Will Brewer who had a knife in his hand Harlan Brewer was brought to town yes terday and is now at the home of his brother Tom Brewer under treatment of Drs Carroll and Kash John Chambers of Still ater is being tried before Hon S F Allen today charged with having tried to poison the family of Joe Whisman on the Landsaw fork of Stillwater The witnesses for the commonwealth charge that he was pouring or about to pour rough on rats into the spring from which the Whismau family carried their drinking water when seen by Mrs Whisman A number of the people of the Landsaw neighborhood are in town either as witnesses or as friends of the defendant July7 SS Belt the World Affords It gives me unbounded pleas ure to recommend Bucklens Ar nica Salve says J W Jenkins of Chapel Hill N C I am con vinced it is 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 26o at all dealers QILLM0RE iQLEAflllHGS Oats harvest is now approach ing Died Juno 27 the infant child of Eliza Collins Clay Cecil and Curt Rose were in Owsley county the latter part of last week Miss Mattie Rose visited Mr and Mrs L E Smith over Sunday and atttJndedohurobat Gillmore We are glad to note that R B Taulbee and wife have returned to Snowdenville after an absence of two woke Mrs Wm Wyatt andson Ralpht ot It r a 1e19bD9a Yi ItID r JJ tt L P1it t M J f Jourltem8morningMondayifnot be published unless of unusual willII portance Advertise no ones business and wrlteon one side of the paper only in and around Snowdenville for the past two weeks Quite a crowd attended church at Gillmore last Sunday Among those from a distance were Mrs Gid Rainey of Jackson and Miss Cora Murphy of Murphy fork Stillwater and Frozen were oho well represented S S Snowden was summoned by telegram to the bedside of his brother at Covington and on his arrival found his brother had died several hours bofoie The remains wire laid to rest at the old home Friday afternoon July 0 BANJO LACT CREEK LINKS 0Rev James Little preached to a good crowd here Sunday Mr and Mrs Asberry James were visiting at Hazel Green Sun day Rose Coldiron of Hazel Green will teach the public school at this place Rose Perkins is anticipating on going to Breathitt where she will teach a public school Quite a crowd from Hazel Green attended Sabbath school here last Sunday and enjoyed a nice time Come again young folks Bro Combs of Moreheadwill preach hero the third Sunday at 8 oclock p m Everybody is cor dially invited Logan the son of Dan Lawson who has been sick for three years with dropay died last Tuesday His remains were laid to rest at Landsaw C 0 Rose went to Owsley counjj ty to see his bestgirl last Friday and when he came Sunday with such smiles and blushes we pro sume there will be a big dayI BoonJuly 6 NoBonv Tie Re MT That Does Dr Kids New Discoveryi is the remedy that does the healing others promise but fail to perform 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 New Discovery is doing me so much good that I feel confident its con 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 50c and 1 Trial bottles free LEE CITY LOCALS i0 Miss Trinnie Walter was hired to teach the school above Belknap- Thompa i Smith went to Jackson Friday returning Saturday morn ingMiss Lula McGuire of Lee county came up Friday to visit AlrsAsa Rose Miss Rena Anderson of Hunt ington arrived here Friday and is visiting relatives on Trent I read that S G Sample was in your town last week and that you are going to support him So are weSebron Allen was engaged to teach this his home school His brother 0 B got the Trent school 1JJ1 eieloRetxtFasntl t aUjP F f a w i I from here Saturday morning on the special train to Cumi91l City All had an enjoyable time they sayS S Snowden of Gilluioro Wits called to Covington Wednesday by telegram which stated that his brother was dying His brother was dead when Snowden got there Born on the 2nd inst an eight pound girl to the wife of Dr Dunn i on the 4th iust an eight pound boy to the wife of Milt Perkins Dr Dunn officiating in eachcase H W Bryant Jr contracted his merchandise and invoiced same to George Taylor last Tuesday The stock invoiced Bl8 98 which was more than they had estimated it and Mr Taylor did not buy July 6 A R CASTORIAPorI The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature ofdGa ilCkl C STILLWATER SPARKLES o Growing crops are looking fine and promising sine the rain There was a good attendance at Sabbathschool and church last SundayLykins lodgb 305 1 0 0 F installed their officers at Campton Friday night Arthur Bush and wife were the guests of James Bush and family Saturday and Sunday J D Edwards and S C Rose went to Camptan today to attend to some legal business Mrs Robert J Rose Jas Stam per and others dined with J D Edwards and family Sunday The trustees of school district No 25 on Laurel met on the 1st in and employed Bruce Rose as- tf hockey from below green was at the meeting at George Salleys residence Sun day evening Several of the young folks at tended the cake cutting Saturday neght at Logan Millers on the Buchanan fork of Stillwater Jack Collier of Campton returned home Thursday of last week He had been working at some point in the oil field in Illi noisMandy the little girl of John Hager who has been living with Mrs D B Tyra for the past year returned to her home on Laurel SaturdayMiss Howard of Trout who has been visiting her grand parents Mr and Mrs R J Rose during the past week returned home Saturday The infant children of Lum Os borno and Hilliard Moore on the Trace fork of Stillwater died last Friday aud were buried Saturday in adjoining graveyards This must bo a day set apart by the horse swapping crew at Camp ton being county court day as there was a goodly number en gaged in the business Several citizens of Campton and Stillwater availed themselves of the opportunity and went to Nat ural Bridge on the Mountain Cen tral railway excursion on the 4th At their meeting Saturday June 27 Trent Council No 111 Jr 0 U A M elected the following officers R C Wells 0 i Abner Trent V C i S C Rose R S ii- J D Edwards F S J M Trent TreasThe hustling farmer postmaster dad merchant at LandiawJ dfar a rt T Kash informed THE HERALD correspondent Tuesday of lust eek that ho is soon to submit his claims to tho peoplo of Wullo county us a candidate for county judge und said that his announce mont would soon appear in the columns of THE HERALD Mr Kash is a very enterprising man of much business ability and we believe will guard well the inter ests of the people if elected July 0 DOMINGO INSKO ITEMS 0Our old friend P G was around on the Fourth James Bailey Sr of Belknap was here Sunday Pres Elam bolts to Boone Rack a pair of mules for 250 Wm Conley of this place will teach on Caney this year Born to the wife of John Bai ley last Wednesday a boy A Mr Roberts of Red river passed through here Sunday Several from here attended the picnic at Cannel City on the 4th W H Wages of Belkuap spent Saturday night and Sunday with Logan Crape Mr and Mrs J H Armstrong vere guests of Marion Bailey and wife Sunday Wm Elams little baby died last Sunday and was buried in the home graveyard Wm Bailey Jr swapped two mules for a pair of horses to Boone Dunn receiving 100 A large crowd from Magoffin passed through here on the Fourth to attend the picnic at Cannel CityJuly 6 DIDE SELLARS SQUIBS o A largo crowd came out last night to hear Hsrry Gardner c- oloreoro preach i i jjenton of Magoflin coun ty has been employed to teach the school at this place Teachers are scarce about here Mrs Judy Peyton wife of Wm Peyton is reported as being very low with consumption She has been an invalid for the past year Mrs Susan Patrick who has been very low for several months with lung trouble is reported to be at the point of death no hopes being entertained for her recovery Religious services were conduct ed at this place Sunday by Rev Morse Nickell of Parker K sand others A nice crowd was out This is Uncle Morses first visit among us for several years Died Monday June 29 Mrs Angeline Whitt of Edna Mrs Whitt who was a sister of the late Joseph and Mat J Amyx of this neighborhood was dearly beloved by all wIll knew her She was 68 years of age and leaves a husband and seven children to mourn their loss all of whom have our sym pathy While cutting timber on the Weddington farm John Harvey an employe of the Richmond Coop erage Co was caught by a falling tree and was held for some time between the tree and another log Fortunately the log was decayed and soft enough to give which was all that saved him from being crushed to death As it was he is bruised but thought not to be fa tally injured July 6 DON JUAN MURPHY FORK MUTES 0John Murphy and wife attended Haags shows Monday Gilbert Ratliff spent a glorious Fourth at QisapelC1ty j I 0 I V 1 Sam Wilson tho I pott painteri spent Sunday with home folks t Blackberry picking seems to le 1 the order of thodiiy ui this sec ftlOnMrs Nnnuie Hurt left Monday morning for Greenbrier to visit her son Ceolli Jsisteri more from Thursday until Sun 4 day Henry Murphy has been threatened with typhoid fever for the past woek Dr A C Nickdlfju attending him James Tolson wife and little daughter visited Jeff Tolson and family near Leo City front jffri day until Sunday Mort Cecil and family accom 9Custor t Mrs Dick Lindon spent Sunday at the home of Johnnie Jaalffe low Hazel Green July 0 rUMP OFFICIAL CALLrThe Democratic Executive Committee of the Tenth Congressional District at tits meeting in Mt Sterling recently made the following official call titionei ti of the respective counties composlngthe Tenth Congressional District at 16cldckl p m Saturday July TI 19J8 for 4t purl ose of selecting and inntructPg lii so desired delegates to represent tbestfd t counties at the general ct nyezitic4i heW inafter provided for Second ttaid delegates so selectedat the various county contentions shallJ as semble in a general district cWreaifbri to be held at Eslill Springs HoteTfeDtili county Ky Wednesday July 15JjjkiS Jatthe purpose of nominating a Democratic candidate for Congress in sajdtlwth Congressional District of Kentucky be voted for at the NovembererectrODi 1908 and to adopt such resolutions and transact such business as may properly be the sr t of consideratich j v con Awtoceed and who by participating in fajd conventions feel In honor XmIi4 to sup port the Democratic nomineelq tb tiext November election and who will bele gal voters in the precinct in which they now live if they continue to live in the Seetoni invited to participate in acid Contywconventions r t FourthIn said general convention each county Bhalllx entiQed toonjb Vote for each 200 or fractional part over 1 6 votes that were cast for Judge Ajton p Parker for President in 1904 FifthThe Chairman and Secretary of this meeting are directed to advertise the said county maze cbiiventloijsijSj said district convention through ftib Democratic press of the distrittjaad ia such other manner as to then Laatideui expedient and proper ChlllrrnaoE 1109 REWA8B1 1100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease tbat science has been able to 9urerIiiCatarrhr tobeing ilai thereby destroying the foundation of thn disease and giving the patient strength yjbuilding up the constitution ana ausUtlng nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in Its curative powers 1 that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any 4case that It falls to cure send for list of testimonials Address Fi J CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold by all Druggists I Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Sends One Dollar Hill Spencer Cooper Hazel Green y Dear Sir You will find enclosed one dollar 1 bill for bus HER AID one year Yours truly W H WELLS Juna 24QregoQia Q 1 0 J ctB anta fi s r- i ri a- f i4T V i d yV t y IT 1 drr t 1r Y Y E 4 Ij t t MrPspA eTY 3t HERALDiEnteredattha hotel Grrrn Pott oftlceaaecund cia matter r SPENOER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY a k THURSDAY July 9 1908 ANNOUNCEMENTS i t A FOR CONGRESS 1 UfllUQPnTT We are authorized 1 to YlAlnobUI I announce G L WAIN SCOTT of Winchester aa a candidate e for Congress from the Tenth Congres 0 Atonal District subject to the action r of r the Democratic party FOR COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY We are authorized to anr TAMPER1 r nounce A H Stamper of Campton as a candidate for Common wealths Attorney of the 23rd Judicial District to fill the unexpired term subject to the action of the Democratic party 0 FOR COUNTY JUDGE ClifiUPn We are authorized to an oWAllUU nounce JM Bud SWANII GO as a candidate for the office of Couu tyJudge of Wolfe count subject tojj a the action of the Democratic party j a are authorized to nnjj SHOCKEYWe AS a candidate for the office of Count a Judge of Wolfe county subject to tbe action of the Democratic party I FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERKII I liNDENWe are authorized to announejj Cesar Linden of Gillmore as a candidate for the oflice of CircuitI Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to the Democratic IlrimaryIe FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK i are authorized to announce TUrrWeI I S TUTT as a candidate for the office of County Court Clerk of Wolf county subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party HANKSWeareauthodzedtoannounc didate for Clerk of the Wolfe Count court subject to the action of the Item ocratic primary t FOR SHERIFF f Y SMITHlyearenuthorizedtoannounc 1theoffice of Sneriu of Wolfe county subject to the action of the DemocratIc party SALLEYI Wearenittborizedtoannounc GEO W SALLEY as a can I didate for Sheriff of Wolfe county sub ject to the action of the Democatic party FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY are authorized to an SAMPLEWe S G SAMPLE of Campton as a candidate for County At torney of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic party e FOR JAILER DYERWeareauthorizedtoannounc lr the office of Jailer of Wolfe County sub ject to the action of the Democratic par ty FOR ASSESSOR fDAWe are authorized to announce i D B Tyra of Stillwater as ia candidate for Assessor of Wolfe county subject to the Democratic primary FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to an TAM PEE nounce JOHN W TAUL BEE as a candidate for County Super intendent of Schools subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party o n HEYWO are authorized to annouc Oney of Hazel Green as- a candidate for County Superintendent of Schools subject to the action of tin Democratic primary THE outlook for Democratic suc cess this year is very gratifying K and if the party will takq the ad vice given by Col John IL Allen of Lexington there can be no ques ttion as to the success of the ticket William Jennings Bryan of No i braska will undoubtedly be theI national standard bearer and if the second man be in accord with him the policy he advocates and the platform adopted at Denver Democracy will triumph But as stated in the beginning of this ar ticle all members of the party must lay down their preferences prejudices etc and dotermine to win They must recognize the fact that the party is greater than t the individual which is the sum und substance of Col Allens ad vice If they do this andM eap from tho lethargy that has in llineI years handicapped the rank and file victory is ussured In thisIIl w connection why not make John IL Allen of Lexington Mr Bry ans running mate He has alll a r toqJlalifications requisite to theI w VjppeUion Ho has the courage ofr i rjijcodvfctionsJ and if nominatedt 1vL itt r v lJif R would come mofe nearly unitioj the party than any man who cowl be named The suggestion iis wore thy consideration and we hop Democrats composing the Kentucky delegation at least will consider it well OLUE JAMES has been favorabl mentioned as a running mate for I I Mr Bryan on the national ticket and his friends will possibly push his claims at tne Denver couven tion But in our humble opinion Col John R Allen of Lexington would be a more appropriate associate While ho has never been J in congress he has been in the 11 limelight of politics in this state J longer than Mr James and his recent utterances at the state con volition so struck the people of J the nation that he would be ia strong man for second place Bryan and Allen should be the ticket Godsey for Congress Wolfe county is enthusiastic fOI our fellowtownsman Henry J jodeoy for the nomination for congress in the Tenth district am ai strong delegation will be sent to the convention at Irvine July 15 to urge his nomination It is con idently predicted here among the masses of the people that if ho iiB the choice of convention he wil parry the district by the larges najority given any candidate sine the election of the gifted Pre Taulbee Mr Godsey has been in 10 way entangled in any fac ioual fight during the past and will undoubtedly unite the party if nominated He ranks high fiS in orator and is thoroughly familiar with public affairs and or the floor of the House would uphold Kentuckys reputation for Its brilliant orators If elected no one would strive more earnestly to do his full duty conscientious or the advancement and welfare of the Tenth district His per tonal record is clean j his family is ouo of extensive relntionship md influence throughout the district For several years Mr God ey has filled a position of hono tnd trust in Washington and has been in close touch with that body Congress in which his people an tow so earnestly insisting that be become a member thereof believing as they do his qualifications md experience guarantee to thenI a public servant who will discharge to the fullest his duty Vith pardonable pride we present to the Democracy of the district when assembled at Irvine the name of our honored citizen Henry L Godsey for their consideration and bespeak for them victory in the event of his nomination r It Cant Be Beat The best of all teachers is experience C 11 Harden of Silverr lity N C says I find Electric titters does all that is claimed for it For stomacn liver and kIdney roubles it cant be beat I have tried it and find it a most excel ent medicine Mr Harden ii ight its the best ofall medicines aleo for weakness lame bacl and all run down conditions Best too for chills and malaria Sold under guarantee at all dealers roc Wants Two Papers Forest Ky June 2808 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear old friend You will find inclosed chock for 250 to pay you for TilE HERALD and Courier ournal which I have received a opy of each Have them sort to Forest Yours respectfullyH JO Just Exactly Right I have used Dr Kings New Life Pills for several years and find them just exactly right says A A Felton of Harrisville N Yow Life Pills relieve without tho least discomfort Best remedy for constipatIOn biliousness and ma dealersITRY THIS FOR DESSERT Dissolve 1 package of auy flavored JELL- lOin Inlnt of boiling water When partly congeareiJ eat until light adding one whipped cream and elx crushed Whip all together thoroughly and pour in JelIIIfy may or any good pudding eaaCA The JELLO eoata lee per package aid cad be obtained arty rood ftocttt I- i1a 1 3 MItWfTo JJ J QUARTERLY REPORT OP TUB Hazel Green Bank At the Close of Business on the 30th Day of June 1908 UKSOUUOKS 1 Loans and DlecounlR2Rl4Un2 Overdrafts secured lli12U3 iii Overdrafts unsecured 4 Due from National Hanks 8440174- ft Dee from State honks mid BankersC331Iii Due from Trust Companies 000 M581 7 Banking HOIIPO and Lot163Ji 8 Other Real Estate U Mortgages 775100 10 U S Bond 11 Other Stocks and Bonds 9000 Specie 159903- IS lOlJOO 31980Currency 14 Exchange for Clearings lIlb90IB Other Items carried as Cash 10 Furniture and Fixtures S0434 17 Fund to pay Taxes 15 Current Expenses Last 6 months a934 UO 00 73974 Give description location ndue and how long owned all real estate except banking liouve and lot if any owned longer than five years 43 5485 LIABILITIES I Capital Stock paid in in cash S1so001 l5000 2 Surplus Fund I41123 Undivided Profit 4 Duo Depositors us follows viz Deposits subject to check on which interestis not 2076993 Deposits paid i subject to check on whichi i i iinteresti is ipaidi Demand certificates of deposits on which interest is Time paid certificates of depositsii on whichI i interestI t iis paid Savings Deposits on which interest is paid Certified Checks i x 5 Due National Banks G Due State Banks and Bankers 7 Due Trust Companies 207699 8 Cashiers Checks outstanding 9 hills rediscouutcd 10 Unpaid dividends l 11 Taxes due and unpaid 12 Capital Stock not paid SUPPLEMENTARY 1 Highest amount of indebtedness of any stockholder company or firm including in the liabiliperson ity of the company or firm the liability of thein dlvidual members thereof directly or indirectly if such indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capi tal stock actually paid in and actual amount of surplus of that bank2J6S962 How is indebtedness stated in above Item 1 secured See Section 583 Kentucky Statutes Mortgage on teal Estate 3 Highest amount of indebtedness of any director or officer if the amount of such indebtedness exceeds 10 per rent of paidup capital stock of batik 100000 See Section 683 Kentucky Statutes 4 How is same secured Personal property 5 Does amount of indebtedness of any perton compa in the of tbotompany or firm including liability ny or firm the liability of the individual members thereof exceed 30 per cent of paidup capital and actual surplusNoIf so state amount of such indebtedness 0 Amount of last dividend 45000 7 Were all expenses losses interest and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of net profits of the bank for the period covered by the dividend car ried to the surplus fund before said dividend was declared Yes See Section 596 Kentucky StatutesV 435548 5i STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF WOIlESS R H Patton Cashier of the Hazel Green Bank a Bank located and doing business in tho town of Hazel Green in said county being cuoditioe444s- aid the foregoing report is in all respects a truestatementofthe tj Bank at the close of business on the 30th day of June 1908 to the bet of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said Bank has been transacted at thelocation named and not elsewhere and that the above re Ei is made in compliance with an ofiicialjiotice received from the Secretary o Mate designating the 30th day of June 1908 as the day on which such report shall be madeR H PATTON Cashier E F CECIL Director- T M LEE Director BEN MURPHY Director Subscribed and sworn to before me by R H PATTON Cashier the IsI t lay of July 1908 S H KASH Notary Public W C LSRAIMy commission expires Feb 2 1910 The Campaign Is On I WHO WILL BE PRESIDENT To form your opinions and keep in touch with the progress of the campaign you will need firstclass newspapers we have made a special arrangement whereby you can get the Daily CourierJournal 125 Daily Louisville Times 125 Weekly CourierJournal 35 FROM NOW UNTIL DECEMBER 1 1908 This gives you a live metropolitan paper through campaign and the election Order to day as subscriptions will start with issue oiIf day order is received No back numbers cat be sent Or you can have the HAZEL GREEN HERALD for 12 months and either of the above dailies FOR ONLY 226 This special campaign offer is in effect only luring June July and August and no sub scription will be received at the reduced rateI rafter August 31 under any circumstances Send your subscription orders to this paperNOT to the CourierJournal imes Address THE HERALD r Jjrr j J 4b A w ftrrMoney j lF you have money to burn Keep it in tho house where it may be burned lost or stolen but if you want to keep it safely where it will always bo ready for you when needed deposit it with us A bank account will give you a better business standing in the community and a prestige that you may never have enjoyed before If your name is not on ourtitbooks we will be pleased to see it there before 1 the close of the year 1908 a 88 i THE HAZEL GREEN BANK 1 HAZELGREENACADEMYii a Fall Term Opens Sept 8 1908 Special attention will bo 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 better prepare themselves for teaching or wish to prepare for the STATE CERTIFICATE or the STATE DIPLOMA The ACADEMIC COURSE well equips the student for the SOPH i OMORE YEAR in College The Faculty is composed of Nine Teachers Careful attention is given to each student TUITION IS FREE Incidental Fee of 500 is charged for the term Board with Heat and Light 200 per week Furnished Rooms Free Write for Catalogues M 0 CARTER SecyTreas H J DERTHICK Principal miSSeS maple and Trod announce to tho ladies of town and surroundingvicinity that they now have in stock their new and fresh Spill and Soup JJJUiiiincnj 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 cxtrcmest cases They also have a select line of LADIES FURNISHING GOODS such as Collars Belts Cloves Etc fj In addition to tho Millinery Business we have a DRESS MAKING DEPARTMENT to which we give our customers the best advantage and from our line of literature with illustrations the best styles oan be seen and used We are located one dcor west of the postofflce 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 feo MAPEL TROY miSS Falag lOng THE MILLINER HAZEL qREEN KY Invites the ladies of Hazel Green and vicinity to call and inspect TrimmedfFlowers Feathers Ribbons Etc just received from her Cincinnati buyer and embracing latest out MirtoLdUluu in Voile Panama and Linen Readymade Waists a specialty in Silk and Wash Goods Latest in Bolts and Col lars including a tasty collection Underwear Hosiery Embroidery Laces o in great profusion j Your patronage isreapoct ffjly eolioltedIies flr1J ii t Vit i iJ l fIo il r Buggies l Buggies fI The citizens of Hazel Green and this vicinity are herewith informed that they can now buy firstclass buggies at home I am prepared to furnish the best made and at reasonable prices I dont ban die anything but firstclass buggies and those who want cheap claptraps will have to go elsewher- olEiYRememberlf you want a FIRST CLASS BUGGY one that will give satisfaction in comfort and wear I can supply you Gall and see me at my shop in Hazel l Green Respectfully JOHN H ROSE GEORGE RICE UNDERTAKERHAZEL I have several fine Coffins in my fshop and am prepared to make any style to order and on the most reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse and will attend all burials when so requested Public patronage iii reapectfull solicited J l 1 tIlJif iO RIO l t w Y 11 1 j i0 iii d i tjtKJ S4 A lt liirelI lfAli t I lw it r N M 5 1 1t- r y rKf uRwRw kty tir a r 1 1II mE RER LDRINK WAINSCOTTS POPw Mrs Lula Kaah left Friday for f Loxington where she will visit her 7 father for a few days f Mrs Lovelace of Frozen Creek visited her daughter Mrs Thomas Haddix of this place last week Quite a crowd of our young peo t ple spent the Fourth at Caunol City nod all report an enjoyable time W Si Hall of Washington and r D R Kimbrough of Oynthiana are late arrivals at tha Swango House j Jolly John Pieratt who was so journing in our midst last week hied away for home at Kiddville Monday Alex Duff and wife of Lee City 1 were guests of the latters brother t Edward Oney and wife Saturday and Sunday Misses Bay Long Katharine Cecil Mollio Coldiron and Ora Campbell attended church at Old Salem Sunday 4 Miss Roxie Daniel and little sis ter Mabel are visiting their grand parents Rev D G Combs and wife at Moruhead I Miss Nancy Sample and sister Mrs Saw Kash and little daughter t Lucille spent from Friday until Sunday in Ezel Dr Knox and wife of Zachari 1ahvisited his brotherinlaw Ros t coo Shackelford and wife from Sunday until Monday A base ball game between the Loo City team and the Salem nine VIIi be played on the grounds of the former Saturday July 11 i Aunt Liza McNabb was on Sun day summoned to the bedside of her sister Mrs Shack Allen who is at Dick Lindons on Red riveri I OASr1OBABM- lIthI Tbs Kind You Han Awls Bright Wfutw dp fofjjHenryL Godsey and wife left Friday for Washington D0where Henry will resume his duties as stamp clerk in tho revenue department l Misses Katherine Cecil and Ora Campbell spent Saturday night with Miss Mabel May and attend ed church at Salem Sunday with Bruce May as escort D C Miller Jr and wife of Camptou accompanied by their little daughter Jewel and the baby were the guests of Mrs Millers parents 0 W Cecil and wife this week John Loyelace and wife of Fro zen creek accompanied by Clar ence Lawson visited their daughter Mrs Tum Haddix at Uncle Harry Swangos place part of this week The statement of the condition of the Farmers and Traders Bank of Campton came in too late te be published in this issue of THE HERALD but will appear iu our f next issue Elsewhere in this paper will be found the statement of the Hazel Green Bank and after a carefull perusal of the same it will be seen that the institution is in a healthy conditionW Hall pastor of the M E church at Washington in Mason county but who is now at Swango Springs for rest and health will preach at the M E church at this place next Sunday morning s George Dyer wants to sell his mare She is a good work anitm and a fine saddler about ten years old aud in fine shape George says ti she it well worth 76 of any mans l money but ho will take less I ii- I f I Henry Gillaspie commie Lee and others attended the Haag r Shows at Ezel Monday Apropos Miss Stella Manker who attended r the same show at West Liberty y Saturday says the largest crowd ever assembled an West Liberty tQO1AI befg i iJ 1 jJ 7 1 JIll 11 IDealt of Mri EL Ford Friends of the Christian Wom ans Board of Missions all over the country the State Board and more especially the friends of Ha zel Green Academy will regfet to hear that Mrs E L Ford of De troit Mich is dead She it will be remembered in connection with her two daughters donated the 10000 for the Industrial building in connection with our academy and though in ill health her hope and ambition was to see it in ef fective operation She died June 28 and Bro Derthick who is at Mantua 0 was summoned to assist in the funeral services In a private letter ho states that she was a woman of rare qualities de voted alike to her family and her God her faith being simple and steadfast She was a great friend of Hazel Green Academy and had she lived would have helped us in many ways In Memory 0f Annie May Patrick On Juno 181908 she passed to that great beyond whence no traveler oer returns She was two and onehalf years old and sick only a few days when she responded to the call and fell asleep to wake no more Ohwe wonder why one so young so pure and so dear to us was not spared a little longer Yet God be praised for the promise where Jesus said Suffer little children to some un to me and forbid them not for of such is the kingdom of God so we know its spirit to God hath gone and left our home so lonely Its gleeful laugh and pretty tongue we may hear on earth no more We hope to meet it in a better world when our time is ended here We want our many friends who aided us in our time of trouble to know that we are grateful to them for their kindness during the sick ness and death of our little dar ling It matters not where we may chance to wander their kind ness shall never be forgotten Hnllick and Mollie Patrick Says Advertising Pays Arch Guilders the well known well driller of Ezel says that he can vouch for the fact that adver tising pays Only a few weeks ago he put a small ad in TIlE HERALD and before another issue he had received an order to drill a well for a man at Lee City The one job thus secured and which he would not have got otherwise per haps more than paid for the ad and still left him a nice profit for his labor If he secured one job in one week it is reasonable to believe that he will get one per month at least and all of them probably because of the ad for everybody in this section knows Arch and very many know that he is a well driller But the ad reminds them of their wants See Miller Family Reunion A kind of improptu reunion of the Miller family took place at the residence of D C Miller Jr and wife of Campton Saturday last The following persons were pres ent and partook of the dinner pre pared by Mrs Nannie Miller viz Mrs D C Miller of Lane R G Cable and family R R Miller and family J E Childers and family and I S Miller and family The 28 composing the party were the sous and daughters of DO Miller Sr and wife of Lane with their wives and husbands and progeny Mrs Miller Sr being one of the participants Itwas an enjoyable day for al- lADMAN HANDS DO NOT TOUCH SIT From the time the raw materials reach our attorr they are handled entirely by ma chinery kept scrupulouily clean No chance fo- rJIM ICE HEP PowderI to besom rnti It Is strictly par u4 Trhnlnini Oar factory is as dean as you kitchen 1 ICE CREAM U Easy to Make 1 quart milk 1 package JELL O ICE CREAM Powder cookingBlmple This makes two quarts of smooth rel yety ice eream delleloutlr flavored In 10 minutes at coat of about l conic plate Flavor CHifobtt Vocal Strove terry lQIlIl4 rlCrav red Sold by Jour grocer 2paekagefor25e AedoewTfe wrrt4twrad tbRNIL Y JohnlUUiMMi Big Cireia will oxhlhlt at Mt Sterling July 10 Indications arc that a largo crowd will attend from here Very low excursion rates will be in ef fect on all railroads The show under the management of John Robinson is enjoying its eightyseventh year of prosperity and is one of the foremost amuse ment attractions of America if not of the world It numbers among its arouic favorites some of tho most expensive and boat acts that money can pro cure The Capt French troupe of American cavalrymen in expert feats of daring and original horse manship James Dutton Co three in number Europes great est riders and twenty equestrian associates forty joyous subjects of King Momus in a glenful suffi ciency and more than a hundred other foreign and American fea tures in three rings and an elevated stage and introducing Monster Herd of Trained Elephants Big Realistice Wild West School of Wonderf ulTrained Menage Horses Great Musical Ballot and 800 dar ing Gymnasts Nimble Acrobats and talentedaerialists The Robineon show has always been famed for its menagerie and this season finds the zoological annex the most complete ever car ried by a touted show comprising costly and rare animals from ev ery section of the globe This splendid array of animal talent will be seen in the big daily street parade pronounced by nil as the most gorgeous nnd elaborate pa geant of modern times comprising more than a mile of gold encased wagons chariots and 500 of the finest horses This is the only big show that is not in the circus trust and no advance in the prices will be made At Mt Sterling July 10 This Means You If You 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 bo 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 11 CENTER Hazel Green June 28 1008 WantedA School Teacher While perusing the contents of the current issue of The American Home Missionary published by the American Christian Missionary Society at Cincinnati we came item which interestacross an may one of our academy young men and perhaps be the steppingstone to great renown Here is the item CIA young man is wanted as an assistant teacher in Amory Miss A salary of 75 a month is prom ised A member of the Christian church is preferred Write to J R Bryan flat Marriage Mixup Again The Lexington Herald Monday reproduced the article about A Matrimonial Mixup which origi nated and appeared in this paper about a month ago and credits it to the Beattyville Enterprise and that paper gave no credit but just filched it And all those papers reproduced it without ever discov ering nnd making note of the fact that Mrs Elkius was thrice her own siaterinlaw a condition of the case that was overlooked in putting our article in type Where They Teach As announced in last weeks pu per Mollie Coldirou will teach the Amyx school and Galloway Sebas I than the public school at Days boro Other students of the academy who will teach are Joseph Estep at the Murphy school house John H Williams at Jones creek E H Testerman at Bethel Chap el Walter Henry at Henry and- S o Long at Salem t Z rrf f Y t r Fairs ia KBntuoky for 1908 Crab Orchard July in17- Blanford July V2 21- Henderson July 28August I Georgetown July 2ft August 1 Lancaster July 29 31 Russell Springs August 4 7 Winchester August 47 Madisonville August 48 Danville August C7- Monticello1 September 8111 Lexington August 10lf Hurksville August 1114 Uniontown August 1115 Urodbead August 1214 Springfield August 1215 Sulphur August 1415 Leichfield August 1820 Lawrenceburg August 1821 Columbia August 1821 Richmond August 1821 Shepherdsville August 18Ll- Darbnurville August 1921 Erlnnger August 1922 Sanders August 1922 Vanceburg August 1922 Ewing August 2022 Mayfield September 2320 Ellzabethtown August 25 97 Nicholasville August 2528 London August 2628 Shelby ville August 25518 Liberty August 2628 Florence August 26 24 Germantown August 2120- Hardintihurg September IU Somerset September 14 Alexandria September 1 5- Tntit September 15 Fern Greet Jefferson county September 25 Bards town September 25 Hodgeuvllle September 810 Glasgow September 9J2 Kentucky tState Fair Louisville Sep tember 1410- Scottsville September 1719 Morgantown September 2426 Falmouth Sept 30 Oct 3 Mr C F Kaah and son Carl have the thanks of the editor and his better seveneighths for a half peck of very fine bunch beans the former for the beans and the latter for gathering and fetch in them RheumaUo Pains relieved br m ot Dr lUlea AnUPaln Pak X AM X w Some say I am too high Prove the truth give me a try J PCome in and see me and I will surprise you Have me fix your teeth and if you are not satisfied I lose Aint that fair- e J H STAMPER Dentist Hazel Green Ky THINKING OF MOVING WEST II not then make up your mind and write me for descriptive list of farms in Missouri Kansas and Oklahoma All flue level pro ductive land that will grow anything under the inn at prices ranging from 15 to 40 au acre and come where life is made tolerable by easy paofitrhle farming Why sweat and fret life away in the vain effort to eke out a men miserable sustenance from the rock rihbed tootlaced hillsides as your fa her and fathers rather 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 All it takes Is resolution and a little nerve Write me and let me helP you to a better condition IIIN PHIPPS Chanute Kansas ARCH CHILDERS Practical Well Driller Ezel Ky Solicits orders from the people ol the noun thin for work In his line and especially tin good people of Morgan and Wolfe lie IIs well equipped for the business and has giver satisfaction in all cases Ask any body for whom I have drilled For further Information address AUCH CHILDE11S Ezel Ky JwtJ t CDo you remember as a boy how delighted you were with your first STEVENS Truly an event at that time Give YOUR BOY a STEVENS now Will add to his happiness andeducation MAKE A MAN OP YOUR BOYI 1C you ewaot1tatnS- TEVENS kirUS For 5 cent BBOTOOHf la ump to HSIOL8 rpoiutwfromyoniDwUr will 114 you lhIp dineovcompUU aprwprepaid 1t1 peg Tlr- urmapes receipt of CftUlof Catalog Price J STEVENS ARMS A TOOL COP 0 Box 4098 ChIcopee Palls Mug 3 r 1 xy s so t- A1c mmmB DIc DCR7I ctablePreparalionforAs similatinglheFoodandliegula INFAN IS HILDKLN Promotes DigestionCheerful- nessandRestContalns neither 0piumMorplline nor jncra1 1VOT NARCOTIC OldlrSANllEIP1TC1ER itptu Sml llxfll1t4 kciwsraf mniool iuM krcda reardJ ilasw j forConsUpanon 1 t Worms Convulsions Feverishj 4 nessantiLOssOFSLEEP Facsimile Signature oree NEW YORK Alb months oltt J5CINTS EXACT COPY or WRAPPER unu 4- a f CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have w Always Bought Jr J Bears the I Signature of II J a In- Usa 4 f For Over Thirty Years + CASTORIA THE CITAU COMPaY NCW roMC em Kash JohnsonKashXX DEALERS IN General Merchandise COUNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY + Invite the attention of the people of Hazel Green and vicinity to the new stock of goods tthey hove just received embracing general stores Staple und Fancy Groceries Boots nnd Shoes Clothing Fruits mid Vegetables in season Farmers Hardware Ac and especially their Shield Brand Clothing Dress Goods Latest Prints Domestics all of which they soil at a small profit for CASH their policy being Quick Sales and Small Profits Soliciting your trade which we r hope to merit by fair dealing wo are respectfully yours Kash Johnson Kash ftTFAliB Johnson in connection with the store runs an uptodate Livery and Fued Stable Drummers hacks for hire at all times i 1 Lookout fo- rCECIL c BROSn- ew 1M advertisement whichwill r appear next week perhaps Sam Kash of the firm Kash Sample says they are selling fl goods so fast and are kept soIt busy that they have no time to write an advertisement and he I says if they had a new ad they would have to hire another as 11 sistant for which they can not make room with the goods 17D8 1008 TRANSYLVANIA UNIVERSITY CONTIN- UINGKENTUCKY UNIVERSITY Attend Transylvania University A standard iinstitution with elective courses modern equipment scholarly surroundings goodfmorral influences Expenses reasonable Students from twentyseve Btatea and seven foreign countries First term begins September l4100cV Write for catalog today Address PRESIDENT TRANSYLVANIA Uwf VEHSITV Lexington Ky t + r- a + te fOtIAa r tan y4J J Jr r 1r 17 4 s l 1U4 rLJTfc J i i Rheumatismt 1 M Dayyou want to get rid Dfilcsifectedon pamphlet around bottle In addition to thes 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ODrpt41 1M Lake Street Okleage FREES-ts t Fruit and Ornamental Everything forOrchard y Lawnand Garden Our i areit moneymakers Tryem WRITE FOR FREE CATALOG WE HAVE NO AGENTS H F HILLENMEYER SONS a LEXINGTON KY KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings Discoveryrr COUCHSi TW Rome free ANt ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES 3UABRANTSDaTI8PAQT0bi- w OK XOmET REFUNDED B F BOLINC UNDERTAKERCAMPTON INFORMS the citizens of Wolfe and counties that he carries alino of Coffins Caskets Burial Clothes r awayr4hedeadJfrgpecial caskets supplied on 24 o I fiollra notice finest made if ordered x VlftuBSjuid Lacki furniibed funerals AJotan fin orders for tombstone c r rJ i l f yr f IIIr 3 rlrImprisoned by Snow One of the most remarkable in stances of hardship inflicted by snow on a whole population from the Perpignan region o France Around about the mountain village of Hospitalet in the Ariege department and in the village itself snow lies to a depth of more than eighteen feet says the London Globe Avalanches are fall placfsperish in their stalls The inhab itants are of course virtually pris oners in their own houses which they only leave under the imperiou- necessity of getting water To read the village well they have to get on through their upper windows an they have a tunnel cut under the snow to the well The Line of Ones The HamptoninArden to Whit railwayisways in the country The time table of the line occupies less space iin Bradshaw than would a penny post age stamp The line is known lo cally as the Line of Ones as there is only one train a day one engine and one coach There are also one season ticket holder one station en route and one station official Sometimes there is only one pas senger in the train and hardly ever are there more than three Coleshill the intermediate station has the distinction of issuing fewer tickets than any other station in the kingdomLondon Mail Pole Gras A good deal of prejudice exists i this country against foie gras owin to a notion that the stuff is mada of diseased livers but the French farmers affirm that the liver is not diseased It is enlarged to be sure and doubtless the goose would die of it if not killed at the right time psychologicald sweet It may be fried of course or otherwise cooked but its princi pal purpose is to become the chief ingredient in the celebrated article of commerce known as pate de foie grasAmerican Farmer A Mighty Steamboat The trains of the Transsiberian railway are ferried across Lake Bai kal on a steamboat which it is said possesses the most powerful engines employed in any vessel afloat They are of 45000 horsepower and a large share of their immense energy is required to break a way for the boat thrush the thick ice which covers the lake in winter The en gines of the great German boat Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse are of onl 28000 horsepower The Presbyterians There have been more presidents of the Presbyterian faith than of any other Andrew Jackson was received into the church when an old man William Henry Harrison Franklin Pierce James Buchanan Abraham Lincoln Andrew John son Grover Cleveland and Benja min Harrison were all Presbyteri ans while President Roosevelt is a member of its branch the Dutch Reformed church loop My Name OB the List Arcola III July 1 1908 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir You will find enclosed money order for one dollar for which keop my name on the subscription list to your valuable pa per as we would be lost without its visit every Monday morning We are having dry weather now and that hurts crops worse than the wet weather did early in the spring Crops will be very abort this year With best wishes to you and Mrs Cooper I am yours truly MRS FLORA PACK OA xORXABearetluTts KIM You Hare Ahnp Befit- luaaetate i of FOR RHEUMATISM BACKACHE PAIN IN CHEST DISTRESSIN STOMACH SLEEPLESSNESS 111 11p Vl i iJ d UX1ClliEIUIs + 0 Carefully Collated hri CeEOilie Chronicled Kenfton county was one night recently of t40 in stamps and tO in money Flora Norris aged 10 years was killed by lightning while standing under a tree during a thunderstorm in Bath county lust week Mrs Mary M Winchester one of t pioneer women of the state died at her home near Louisville last week She was born in 1825 pardonedh by re bPRinnidfig Hoopestou n a W B Ryder aged 73 years one of Maysvillea oldest business men and a high degree Odd Fellow of 43 yearsJ standing died suddenly last week William Seibert aged 14 years while repairing the roof of his fathers house near Newport slipped and fell to the grounda distance of 25 tent breaking his back Lightning struck and killed a fine broodmare belonging to Ed Allen of Montgomery county The mare was the dam of Bourbon Chief Jr and was valued 1I at 1000- Darfofaheavy rain hail and electrical l storm last weeka large barn of A L Tipton near Camargo was blown down a fine brood mare four export steers and other stock killed by light ning Henry Porter filed a singular suit for Len LqQabreaking into his store and removing nearly all of the stuck Porter asks forI 1000 damages A conference on Better Highways I Throughout tbe State of Kentucky was held at Eminence last week and a State Good Roads Association was formed Come up this way gentlemen and Investigate out mountain roads during the 4 winter and spring In a bulletin to the County Bchoo Superintendents State Superintends Crabbe says that the old trustees wil1 arrange for the opening of the schools and the selection of teachero for this year but tbat the old trustees must va cate their office 30 days after the new beard is elected which will be August 41 While returning home to Mt Sterlin from Oil Springs one evening recently John McDonald and Misses Rosa and Fannie Wilson had a narrow escape from drowning A heavy rain bad caused a DfcDany aId drove into the rushing waters before be realized It The occupants of the buggy and tbe horse were saved with difficulty and the buggy was recovered in a badly damaged condition after the flood subsided The managers of the Kentucky State Fair to be held at Louisville during tbe week beginning Monday September 14 r have set apart special days and nights as follow Monday September 14 Governor and School Childrens Day Tues day Eraternal and College day German American night Wednesday Louisville and Southern Indiana day Labor night Thursday Kentucky and Press day Mil itary night Friday Equity and Grango day Irish American nighr The last day Saturday is Everybodys day and farewell night At the end of the fiscal year June 30 there remained in tbe state treasury at Frankfort only 18337060 and 160000 of warrants outstanding Governor Willson and Treasurer Ed Early heldIconference and while they admitted tbe situation looked serious they took no I steps to remedy tbe situation A table showing the amount in the treasury eacbI year for the last four gives the shrinkage as follows July 1 1905 48734810 July 1 1906 32304963 July 1 29224290 July 1 1908 1907II The expenses of the fiscal year just ed were not as great as they will be this year because of appropriations by the last General Assembly lll l As the result of a fight over a bottle Jdir r 9f of beer on ll1 i4 E train near Ole y flireemenIJGood Samaritan hospital in Lexington Tbe fight was between Gardner Nelson of Winchester who was stabbedand cut about the head and chilL by flees Jack Horton the knife penetrating the skulllr and Floyd Horton of Pilot View Clark county father of Jack Horton who was shot in the right lung and chin Millard ohethe train not interested in the fight was shot in the neck the bullet entering just where the neck and shoulders join be low tbe Adams apple Jack Horton left the train at Winchester and escaped MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public through the tpaperWithits message into the homes peopleYours store news in this issue Why dont you have yours Dont blame the people for flocking to his store They know what he has A BOOK OF MYSTERY IS The VeilI DY Mary Harriott Norris 12mo Cloth 309 pedes 5180 Order of Your Bookseller or the Publisher RICHARD G BADGER Bostont THINK ABOUT IT insvsPaper means to you and Our It means all tha interest neighborsdtroctlyInterestedPaper Iis a good thing to lave TnO c1testerIagk WINCHESTER KY N H WrrnEBSPoojr President Paid Up Capital I 10000000 Undivided Profits t 11000000 Handsome Deputtof aver I t i 050000000 This bank solicit the accounts of merchants farmers traders and bus iness men generally throughout East ern facllltyandthemoetliberalers every terms within the limits of legitimate banking loct2ly DR 0 H WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Offers his profestional services to the citi zens of Hazel Green and surrounding country and will answer all calls of affliction HotelGreen I SyourSI 1 j ael brine to you Increase of btulneta the you looking for nyod ewe us your store never to toIII DAY HOUSE- Hazel Green icy 1 Mrs LOU DAY ProprietorL Best table fare in Eastern Kentucky A large sample room connected Heated and lighted by gas throughout and special accommodations to traveling men DRMILES ANTIPAIN PILLS NEURALGIASCIATICA Headache tlkrr lit eLA iCut 7 f Every Month i 1 I writes Mrs E Fournier of Lake Charles La I r used to suffer from headache backache side ache l pressmgdowUOpams and could hardly walk Att 11- last I took Car ui and now I feel good all the tune TAKE CARDUII 1 It Will Help You Oardui is a medicine that has been found to act upon the caUse of most womens pains strengthening 4 the weakened womanly organs that suffer because their work is too hard for them It is not a pain killer but a true female remedy composed of purely vegetable ingredient perfecty harmless and recommended for all sick wo men old or young Try Oardui Womens Relief AT ALL DRUG STORES TRY YOUR LUCK ooooOOOOOOOLOOOOOOOOOOOIOOOOOOooooooo + ooooooooooooo0000000000000 25 in Free Presentsoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo oooooeeeeoeeeaoeeaeeeeeseeouaesssseo 1 The Wolfe County Democratic Primary Election to se lect candidates for the various county offices will be held in the summer some time and THE HERALD avails of the its list andat the time 111giveand chains razors combination handy tool holder c tl This is in no sense a lottery but an educational prob lem in which each new subscriber and each old one who pays up and renews will have the opportunity to exercise his brain in estimating the vote to be polled at the coming Democratic Primary Election The price of THE HERALD is 100 a year in advance and every subscriber is entitled to one estimate Old subscribers who pay up arrearages and one year in ad vance are also entitled to one estimate The one who sends in the closest estimate will receive a gold plated watchand chain next nearest gold plated watch and aluminum fob next a fine razor c Use the estimate coupon attached Write your name plainly and make figures of estimate very i distinct Then enclose 100 with the coupon and mail tosthis office These coupons will be filed and the day alter the It election a disinterested committee will take charge of them is and determine who is entitled to the presents The Presents That Will Be Awarded J 0plated0 The person making the secodd closest estimate will receive 6D American watch good time piece and aluminum fobs 1 PftAmerican2 O m The person making the fourth nearest estimate of the vote fl 600 0aIaIa- Iat 1 the primary will receive the same kind of razor 260votej o The person making the sixth nearest estimate to the total 1 flfl vote cast will receive a combination pocket tool case 1 UI- 1IASI8 A UPON WHICH TO HAKE ESTIMATE i The total Democratic vote polled in the Congressional el ectionof 1006 was 879 and in the Governors election of H507 Jir Hager received a total of 899 votes m oooooooooooo ooOOOOOfOOOOooooooo Use tthis form Name I but make out estimatePostoffice 1eanEstimate Statebit of paper ooooooooooooooooooooooosooooooo +d J figures plain iVSend your estimate and your dollar to this office and we will take oars of both Sincerely yours 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