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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 1I yly SF ryfrt Co I b THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD0 Established March 4 1886 Made FamouB lu the Story of Jouathau aud His Continent by Max ORen 0 of 0 n N COOPEn AdvanceOwerdm TWENTYTHIRD YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY no 1908 NUMBER 51 1 Lexington and Easton Railway Time TableI In Effect June 21 1008 WEST BOUND No1 lo3 No5 STATIONS I Dally ex Dally and Sunday Sunday Sunday only AMLve PMLve AMLve Jackson 6 10 am 2 20 pm 700 am- OK Junct 6 16 pm 2 25 pm 705 am Beattyve Jc 7 07 am 3 20 pm 750 am Torrent 7 30 am 3 41 pm 812 am Nat Bride 7 46 am 3 65 pm 8W am Campton n 7 43 am 3 67 pn 828 am Stanton 8 16 am 4 261m 862 am Clay City 8 25 am 4 35 pm 902 am i s LAEJnncn 9 lOam 6 07 pm 034 am Winchester 9 12 am 5 20 pw 1146 am Lextonar 9 65 am a 05 pm 1025 am + EAST BOUND No 2 No4 Dally ex Dally and IIIII Sunday f Sunday PU LyeA3t2 25 pm 0 Lexington 0 7 36 am a 10 pmlO Winchester 20 8 13 am 3 25 pmr L4EJunctIoa II I 8 20 pm 400 pm 40 Clay City 40 9 02 am 4 10 pm 44 Stnton1144 9 10 am 4 40 pm Campton Juntn 38 pm 4 45 pm 67 Nat Bridge 57119 43 am 467 pm 62 Torrent 56 am b 18 pm 70 BeattyveJo 70 1017 am 6 10 pm 90 OKJuncn 90 1115 am e 15 pm 94 Jackson 94 1120 am s CONNECTIONS- L E JUNCTION Trains Nos 12 and 3 will make connection with the COKy for Mt Sterling CAMPTON JUNCTIONTrains Nos 1 2 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central I Ry BEATTYYLLEJuNcnoNTralns Noc2 and 4 will make connection at Beattyvllle rtwith the L and A Railway for passengers to and from Beattyvllle- O K JUNCTIoNTrains Nos 3 and 4 connect with the 0 K Rallwayfor local RallwarWManager OHAHSCOTTUenPasi Agent 01110o kll8Iw1Ia Time Table May 21 1905 I WESTBOUND No 33 K I No21 Dally ex STATIONS Daily ex Sunday v Sunday f PM Ana 0 27 PMABB 5 20 0 Cannel City 22 12 35 4 55 11 Helechawa 20 12 19 4 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13 4r 05 20Hampton11 1151 352 22 Wllhurst 6 11 44 3 10 27 OAK Junction 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND No 34 zJ SI No 22 Dally ex = STATIONS Dally ei Sunl1IY Sunllay AM LVK P M LYE 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 100 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 7 45 19Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hampton 13 1 44 B 37 10 Wllhurst 20 161 9 25 1 O K Junction 22 2 25 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 Noa21 and 22 will make close connection at O K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for VVpoints on the Lexington and Eastern Railway M L CONLEY Superintendent r MountaIn GOntIaI I1iIrog No 1 No 2 DEPART ARRIVE 000 a mooCamptonll a m 200 p moo Campton 000pm- No 2 No1 ARRIVE DEPART 7 80 amCampn JunclO 05 am 880 pmCampu Juno 440 pm The Mountain Central makes connection with all L E passenger trains WJ HENRY +neadquurteu Jackson Ky a BKFKESENTINO t THE JOSEPH G REED CO 1 Wholesale Dry Goods and Notions PORTSMOUTH OHIO 7 Solicits the trade of the merchants of East ern Kentucky and guarantees prices aud t 4j quality of goods Hold orders for him SAMPLEkAttorneys and CounselorsatLaw I u J CAMPTON KY Thli firm in all the Courts of Wolfe and adjacent counties Special andrneal lUtaLUlttUon 4 Olct Second Floor Farmers and Traden Sank v i r Ji I Xtt 111 ft e fi lVi 1b I 1i fJAiIJiii 1 n r COUNTY NEWS Local Items ofgeneral interest to a nuijoritij of our readers especially distant friends j CAMPTON CURRENCY 0 Uncle James Brown of Bethel is in town this morning John R Bays is in town today interviewing our merchants Hon J C Lykins of Lexington was in town a day or so last week Mrs B D Rose visited relatives on Frileys creek in Leo county Saturday and Sunday G W Robinson of Winchester was in town Saturday on business pertaining to the rental of his ho tel at this place A large crowd from this place will attend tho footwashing at the Old Baptist church on Still water next Sunday Attorneys G B and A H Stam per went to Lee county Saturday to attend the trial of some civil suits in a magistrate court near FincastleAl who has been drilling and shooting oil wells in Bath county during the greater part of the summer returned home ono day last week J T Day of Hazel Green ac companied by his grandson Jesse Kash of the same place and Am brose Nickell of near Winchester passed through town yesterday en route to Hazel Green The Caehdollor Oil Co have contracted with Spencer Mar shall to have an oil well drilled on the Ward Watson farm on Bear Pen creek The drilling will be gin within the next few days Dock Bush N D Mitchell and Supt Chambers were arraigned before County Judge G T Center Saturday charged with breaking into the Torrent school house Upon investigation the cases were promptly dismissed Representative Patrick of Ma gofflu conntjCwas in town Thursday and Friday of last week adver tising and making arrangements for the Wolfe county farmers institute to be held here Friday and Saturday of this week This meet ing should be well attended by the farmers of the entire county as interesting lectures on the various farm subjects will be delivered by practical nna scientific farmers employed by the state Deputy Sheriff Walter Oliver and a posse of men composed of T F Stamper Roy Smith J T Hanks and Pres Spencer all of this county arrested Floyd Spen cer near Torrent in this county this morniiig just at daybreak Spencer was indicted in the Wolfe Circuit court in September 1005 for the murder of Millard Brewer a few months prior to that time He was admitted to bail in the sum of 2500 and having executed bond was released Ho was not free long until he loft tho county and his bondsmen had been enable to locate him until his return to the county two days ago Dur ing his absence from the county he was a private in the United States army his term of enlist ment having just expired The deputy sheriff and his posse left Campton juutatdark and in some way young Spencer had heardof their coming and had gathered around him three other armed men and left home just before the arrival of the deputy sheriff and hie pONe He and bia friends ollxedytathehie of his ttf J y- Ii t 1 J- 1 Sr kl J 11 jl n TO CORREBPONDENTSMnil your Itciiid early su they will reach our oflku mornlogidoumyifnot be published unless of unusual im portance Advertise no ones business and write on one side ol the paper only grandmothert and there overtaken But hero again he eluded his fol lowtrs being warned by the bark ing of a dog just as they came up and put forward into the woods Going about threefourths of a mile further he and his friends built a fire in tho woods and were soon located by Deputy Sheriff Oliver and party Spencer was surroundedand at daylight tho signal having been given Oliver and his crowd closed in revolvers in hand Spnncer snatched np a sixteenshot army gun and was in the act of firing when two shots from the revolver of Pres Spencer caused him to drop the gun and surrender Spencer was brought here and lodged in jail where he will be hold to await trial at the coming September term of court July 28 S S Best the World Affords It gives me unbounded pleas ure to recommend Bucklens Ar nica Salve says J W Jenkins of Uhapel 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 25c at all dealers LANDSAW LACONICS 0 Mrs Laura McGuire spent Sun day at J 11 Swaugo s H L Whisman mode two busi ness trips to Heloshawa last week Work is very scarce in this sec tion but everything to live upon is very high Joo Laudrum who has been log grog on Frozen for some time came home and says his job is about done Rev Robert Murphy went to White Sulphur in Menifee coun ty last Saturday where he preach ed Saturday and Sunday Too Whisman and John Taulbee left hero on the 27th for Dog creek near the L E R R to work for Jeff Brewer in the log woods Arthur Kash Mort Haulsey W H Dean and Caroline Taylor all of this place are attending teach ers institute at Hazel Green this week Quilla Center who lives on the river below Hazel Green was in this section a pltrtif last wetk The attraction is something that will soon tell itself Tim Graham of Holly creek passed through here the 27th en route to Hazel Green where he was taking his daughter to tho teachers institute Quite a large crowd of people are expected at the Old Baptist church next Sunday it being com munion day and also the funeral of Aunt Elizabeth Chambers Harrison Swango of the Swnngo fork of Stillwater and one of the best farmers of Wolfe county was here soliciting subscriptions to paint the Old Baptist church There was preaching at H L Whismans Saturday night by Rev Robert Madden Misses Ella and Maude Miller were among those who attended from the Buchanan forkJohn Smyth of this place went to Illinois some two weeks ago to work The writer received A let ter that he isle seriously sick and L Y ikiJw- 3 r f y h his home folks ore wonderfully distressed The school election in this part of the county has finally got to be very oxciling and it can do scull in niuuy insluncufi Hint there in immure mtercst in time individual than in the little boys and girls A letter was received last week by the writer from J B Swaugo of Illinois in which he states that while crops are good the prospects for the price of corn is good it being predicted that it will start off at 60 cents a bushel something unhenrd of before at thatt place July 27 ANON Tho Remedy That Does Dr Kings New Discovery is the remedy that does the healing others promipo but fail to per form says Mrs E R Iierson 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 healtTr 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 0R M Shockey went to Jackson SaturdayA and wife were visit ing here Saturday J H Stbaetiun of Dnysboro was hrH Thursday- J n Turrill of Simpson was hero Saturday on business W JS Henry traveling sales man was here from Friday until MondayR Dunn of Belknap has moved here to the property of Clay Rose John A Graham Co expect to have 25 teams hauling wagon material next week from Johnson to here Ben Murphy of Murphy fork was hero Saturday and told us he had sold bis general store at Hel echawaC Garinger went to Mt Ster ling Wednesday returning Friday He thinks he has secured a little business for this fall The race for trustee here next Saturday is getting interesting The candidates are DrJ H Dunn W R Patrick and Mr Hanes The 0 K Ry ran an excur sion Saturday from Jackson to Cannel City A very good crowd took advantage of the low rates which was one fare for the round trip Quite a crowd loft here Saturday morning for Salem where our team played tho boys who were here a week or so ago The result of the game was 7 to 20 in favor of GreenbriarJuly A R 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 Harrisvillo N Y New Life Pills relieve without the least discomfort nest remedy for constipation biliousness and ma laria 25o at all dealers GILLMORE GLEANINGS 0 Rose Chapel school opens today with J W Taulbeo aw teacher Miss Julia Rose of Boonville is expected today for a two weeks visit with relatives and friends in this neighborhood Misses Cora and Joanna Rose attended church on Stillwater yet I today took dinner and bad quite j f Ai L a pleasant stay at the home of Wui Hurst Jr J P RosQ wife and daughter Miss Lulu visited their old home lust wuuk leaving bliss Lulu for tt few days HOI plousunl face and jolly disposition made tho week scorn quito short and pleasant School was opened on Upper Gillmorc 13th inst with Miss Melissa Shackelford us teacher The patrons and pupils were so well pleased with her last years work that they would just have her back again The new school hone eat that place is nearly com pletedQuite a jolly crowd visited the home of L E Smith and wife Sunday Among them we noticed S S Snowden wife and son J D Rose wifE and daughter J C Lin don and family R B Tuulbee wife and son Miss Melissn Shack elford and Sam Smith All seem ed to enjoy the day but none had a better time than your scribe July 27 BANJO S100 REWARD I 1100 The renders of tills paper will be pleased to learn that there Isat least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In nil Its stages and thatis catarrh Rails Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a con stitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is 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 assisting nature In doing its work The proprietors have so much faith In Its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it falls to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold by all Druggists Take Hulls Family Tills for constipation STILLWATER SPARKLES 0 Bill Crain called on his girl on Stillwater Sunday R C Wells stopped with J A Rose and family Saturday night Robert J Rose Sr is visiting his daughter Mrs Nancy Brewer in Menifee county Corn crops are looking fine in this section now and most all who have meadows are about done sav ing hay Mann Kelly and wife of Hele chawa who have been visiting relatives on Stillwater for the past week returned home Sunday J Frank Dunn and Monroe Rcse went to Oakdale Breathitt coun ty Thursday of last week to look after some important business S C Rose hue let out the con tract for building a new dwelling to A D Phipps of Maytown and work will begin in a short time Revs Jeff Brewer and Bob Murphy of this creek went to Sul phur Springs in Menifee county to preach to the peeple in that section and returned Sunday A quarrel arose on Laurel Sun day morning between James Brew er and Miles Trent over a trivial matter and it seemed for a time that there was going to be serious trouble as both parties were well armedand seemed anxious to try their luck on each other A mu tual friend who was present pre vented both parties from using their shotguns July 27 DOMINHO It Cant Be Beat The best of all teachers is experience C 11 Harden of Silver City N C says I find Electric Bitters does all that is claimed for it For stomacn liver aud kidney troubles it cant bo beat I have tried it and find it a most excel lent medicine Mr Harden is right its the best of all medicines also for weeknosB lame back and all rundown conditions Best too for chills and malaria Sold under guarantee atslhdealerat boa 1I- r 1 11 jI IMURPHY FORK MINUTES tw OILast week Mrs Lizzie Cecil sold aja young horse to Haloy Aruott of j Leo City fur 125 I IfLlhurtyr a If Henry Murphy last week bought of Jim Halsey eight thoroughbred Sotithdovn ewes at 4 a head 5 Arthur Kaah opened Public 1 Square school Monday of last weeklwith an enrollment of 41 scholars j Ben Murphy reports that Wish Swango is lying critically ill at fhis home in Neola Dr Marion Center attending Rev Rr Bicknell who has heldtlnightly services at Public Square school houso for a weekor so il closed Saturday nightRichmond Cooperage Co have f atartdd a atavo mill on Greasy creek near Doc Murphys place The Murphy Co will do the stave haulingBon Murphy loft Sunday to be at Winchester court day to dilli pose ofa bunch of cattle Ben says last Mt Sterling market wall a mean one everything went offyRepublican f Joe Lee Oldfield and wife of tMize came on the creek Sunday thinking they would catch Mort Cecil and wife at home but lotI they were gone to the big foot washing at Adel 1 July 27 POET 3 CASTOR IIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Hare Alw jr tojki Bears the- Bigaature A fJ of Succeeds His Father as Editor Julian Harris son of Joel Chan dler Harris succeeds his father an editor as Uncle Remuss =The Homo Magazine retaining also his original position as general i t manager Don R Marquis who fhas already made a national repu tation through his editorials po 1ems1 tinue as associate editor of the magazine t From his childhood Julian Har ris had been the companion cf his father and he was the organizing l spirit of the magazine When 17 years of age the young itj14 er Harris became a reporter for the Atlanta Herald A year later 11Inntati years of age he went to Chicago and became assistant Sunday edii Jturnededitor of the Constitution when 21 years of ageand two years later was promoted to the manag ing editorship of that papera distinction probably unprecedented for a man of his years in the history of southern journalism t- He is the author of a play soon to be staged by Nixon Zimmerman and has written a number of shortttfj stories descriptive articles and essaysHe is his fathers literary execu tor and not only are Uncle Re muss last writings in his possesV t sion but through his collabora tion with his father on two impor taut unpublishedworkswhich will be given to the public during the yearand his intimate ac quaintance with the purposes and ideals of his father he is eminent ly fitted to carry out the cherished plans of the founder of the maga ziue OoOltao 1 Ipyg J6 JL1- lura t Tlr Id i2 l k i idby- I fFc l II 1 H Enteredoalceseeeoondolneemntter atthe lIalel Oren Pot t I r i SPENDER COOPER Editor I HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY July 30 1908 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For 1rcslilcnt t WILLIAM JENNINGS BHYAN of Nebraska For Vice 1resMent JOHN W KERN of lndhwn For Congress Tenth Congressional District AMOS DAVIS of Morgan County ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY are authorized to an STAMPERWeI A H Stamper off t Campton as a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney of the 23rd JudicialI District to fill the unexpired term sub ject to the action of the Democratic party 0 FOR COUNTY JUDGE We are authorized to anSWANGO nounce J M Bud SWAN GO as a candidate for tbe office of Coon ty Judge of Wolfe county subject to N the action of tbe Democratic party t SHOCKEYWe are o authorized 5nOOKEY to an Countytaction of the Democratic party t announceHuCounty Judge of Wolfe county subjectt to tbe action of the Democratic primary f FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ILINDEN We are authorized to announe J Cesar Linden of Gillmore as a candidate for the office of Circuit t Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to primaryaFOR COUNTY COURT CLERK i are authorized to announceTUTTWeI I S TUTT as a candidate for iI the office of County Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Dem 4 ocratic party We ore authorized to announce iiHANKS JAMES T BANKSas a can Countyrocratic primary FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announceSMITH t RoY SMITH as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Wolfe county subject to tbe action of the Democratic of t partySALLEV I We are authorized to announce GEO W ALLEY as a can f subfi A DUETT We are authorized to an I ARNETTII ty subject to the decision of the Demo cratic primaryIfl anAFOR COUNTY ATTORNEYi I i Campton as a candidate for County At e torney of Wolfe county subject to the L action of the Democratic party 0FOR JAILERII f DYERWeareauthonzedtoannounce 1 of the office of Jailer of Wolfe Countysub I ject to the action of the Democratic par I tyFORASSESSOR 4 announcefI IllHi D B Tyra of Stillwater as a I candidate for Assessor of Wolfe county t subject to tbe Democratic primary a t FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT 1 are authorized to an I1 TAULBEEWe JOHN W TAUL Superintendent t tion of the Democratic party u authorized to annouce ONEYare of Hazel Green as- a candidate for County Superintendent of Schools subject to the action of the 1Democratic 1Thes The Tenth congressional district jil has received the nomination of Judge Davis for congress with great enthusiasm and the party loaders in the district are coufi Y dent that he will defeat the Rop publican incumbent rite Tenth district under ordinary conditions j is reliably Democratic It elected m a Republican congressman two years ago for the first time in many years With tho presiden II- IJ tial election to got out the Demoo ih icratio vote this year and tho party once more united it seems reason A 1ably curtain that Judge Davis will Jj jria 4 r 1KiIfiII and his life aa a private citizen and a public servant has been such as to win for him the confidence and respect of all who know him IHe is a man of the people and in congress he will represent their interests The Democrats have an excel lent opportunity to gain control Iof the house of representatives and I t the Tenth district ought to contribute one more vote to the Dem ucratio side The Democrats huve a good chance to elect ten con gressmen in Kentucky this year They will certainly carry the Third Fifth and Ninth now represented by Republicans and the Tenth ought to keep up with the proces sion and redeem its reputation as Democratic territoryLexington Gazette 24th A HIGH ESTIMATE Blue Grass Fair Justly Praised By a Leading Stock Journal One of the leading stock papers of the country publishes the notice of the Blue Gross Fair reproduced bolow This fair is an institution of which the whole state of Kentucky and particularly the people of Central Kentucky are exceedingly proud The good that it has done in the advancement of Ken tuckys foremost interests is almost post computation and what has done in the past is but an earnest of what it can do in the future The notice referred to follows Although without state aid and dependent altogethor upon the en terprise and support of its stock holders and the patronage of the 1people of Central Kentucky the Blue Grass Fair at Lexington has already taken rank with the fore most state fairs of America It comes this year the week of Aug 1015 six days and nights and opens the circuit of big state fairs Its premium list is larger and more liberal than any save a half dozen of the most select of the state fairs and offers an actual value of 25000 leaving out of account the speed program Primarily the Blue Grass Fair iis the great horse show of America and is perhaps the best horse show held anywhere in the world This statement is made advisedly made with due consideration of the notable features of other famous shows There are other shows which have a better display of heavy harness horses of fine harness horses ofI roadsters but there is no othnr show which combines those three classes to the same quality and the same extent with such a splendid array of three and five gaited caddie I horses in addition to breeding classes for the three typical Amer lean breedsThoroughbred Standard I bred and the American Sad dle Horse The classification of the Blue Grass is exceptional and unique among such works It has beenII well called the best classification that any fair ever had and the fact of its superiority is thoroughly at tested by the action of the meeting ofsecretaries of the leading State Fairs of the West at Columbus 0 last January when it was resolved- to copy this classification at all thesb fairs wherever possible The basic principle is the separation of breeding and show classes The f former provided as they are for the thoroughbred the standard bred earl the American saddle horse make registration a requirement of entry while all show classes are thrown open to the It is not unnatural that a fair at Lexington should devote attention to the horse but its both wise and commendable in the management of the Blue Grass Fair that other classes of live stock have not been neglected In the Beef Cattle Department liberal provision is made for Shorthorns Herefords and AberdeenAngus together with handsome premiums What Shall We Have for Dessert Try JELL 0 the dainty appetizing ceo Salmplycool Flavored Just right sweetened just right perfect In every way AlOe package familylliLLO compiles 01th the pure food nacre JlupbenyChoeoau c M ciation representing each of these three breeds added to the premium list a very considerable amount to increase the awards made by tho fair while the Fat Stock Show jis given additional value through n special premium of 100 in addition to the Associations money situI coming one of the great Shorthorn centers of tho country The only kind of Dairy Cattle for which provision is made are Jerseys This is on the basis of the slogan adopted by the Blue Grass Fair Association alA Kentucky Fair for Kentucky Products and in tho belief that Jerseys are the one particular breed of Dairy Cattle and the only breed in which the people of Kentucky are eepecially interestedThe Department has been increased through the addition of classes for Tamworths and Hamp shires virile breeds of Sheep this year provision tor which have heretofore been omitted include Hampshircs Dorsets Cheviots As stated above the fair comes the weekof August 1015 Entries in all live stock departments close of Monday Aug 3 at six p m The rule of accepting no entry after this date will be strictly adhered to and all exhibitors who expect to visit the Blue Grass Fair should bear this in mind Application blanks and catalogues can bo had upon request to Jouott Spouse Secretary Lexington Ky s Any shortcomings in the news columns of THE HERALD this week must be overlooked as Editor Cooper is in Lexington on impor tant business connected with the Hazel Green Academy catalog School Per Capita This Year The largest per capita that the istate has ever had for the benefit of its school children was declared by Superintendent of Public In struction J G Crabbe it being 300 an increase of 20 cents over the amount of last yearII The school per capita is calculated e 1 annually upon the amount available for the school fund and the number of pupils in the state There are 4735 more pupils in j the state this year than last while the school fund is estimated at 200100720 SuperintendenttJJ Crabbes statement of the per cap I iita issued from the department of public instruction is as follows I SUPERINTENDENTS STATEMENT The school fund estimated distributed for the payment of I endingIJune 80 1909 amounts to 2001 00720 The per capita declared is 800 i this year is an increase of 20 cents 10089 is the largest in the history of tho state The school census showing pupil children reports as follows Pupil In counties 587051 Pupils in cities 152301 TotJil 739852 Thn school census last year was 734017 pupils Title year the in crease is 4735- Respectfully submitted J G CKABUK Superintendent Fairs in Kentucky for 1908 Russell Springe August 47 Winchester August 47 Madisonville August 48 Danville August 57 Monticello September 811 LEXINGTON AUGUST 1015 Hurksville August 1114 Union town August 11 16 Hrodbead August 1214 Springfield August 1215 Sulphur August 1415 Lei chfield August 1820 Lawrenceburg August 182t Columbia August 1821 Richmond August 1821 Shepherdsville August 1821 Unrbnurvllle August 1921 Erlnnger August 1922 Sanders August 1922 Vanceburg August J922 iEwing August 20 22 6IKlirabetlilown August 2597- Nicholnsville August 2628 London August 2528 Shelby ville August 2528 Liberty August 26 28 Florence August 26 20 Geriiiuntowu August 262- Hordinsburg September 13 Somerset September 14 Alexandria September 15 Paris September 15 Fern Creek Jefferson county September 25 Bardstown September 25 Hodgenville September 810 Glasgow September 912 Kentucky State Fair Louisville September 1419- Scottsville September 1719 Morgantown September 2426 Falmouth Sept SO Oct 3 Floyd Salley of Stillwater who has been attending the institute this week called at our sanctum Tuesday and reported the mar riage of Miss Pear lie Cold iron and Charley Moore at the residence of the brides mother on Friday July 24- Rev Frank Agar will preach in the Cong church at Toliver next Sunday morning at 1080 oclock A Sunday school will also be or ganized The Bethel choir is ex pected to bo present and all the community is invited as all will be made welcome Mrs Maude Kash and little slater Gettude Swimot Frenchburg are here this week visiting Mrs Nannie Kash and other friends and at the same time taking in the teachers institute at Pearre Hall The Compoign Is On WHO WILL BE PRESIDENT To form your opinions and keep in touch with the progress of the campaign you will need firstclass newspapers We have made a special arrangement whereby you can get the Daily CourierJournal 125 Daily Louisville Times 125 Weekly CourierJournal 35 FROM NOW UNTIL DECEMBER 1 1908 paperthroughday as subscriptions will start with issue of day order is received No back numbers can be sent Or you can have the HAZEL GREEN HERALPf- or 12 months and either of the above dailies FOR ONLY 225 onlyduringwill be received at the reduced rate after August 31 under any circumstances Send your subscription orders to this paperNOT to the CourierJournal or imes Address THE HERALD a r Y 1tv T rv M Money to Burn you have money to burn Keep it in the house where it may be burned lost or stolen 1rbutJ 4 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 our hookewe will bo pleased to seo it there before tthe close of the year 1908 i Sw T T T T T T THE HAZEL GREEN BANK I HAZELGREENACADEMY Fall Term Opens Sept 8 1908 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 us to afford tho 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 forCatalogues- M 0 CARTER SayTreasrHr J DERTHICK Principal mIsses maple ana Troy announce to the ladies of town and surrounding vicinity that theynow I have in stock their smii am sowerrmi inOIUjj Having spent several days in one of the most fashionable wholesale millinery emporiums in the metropolis of Louisville they feel amply able to please tho most fastidious tastes even in extremest cases They also Ihave a select line of LADIES FURNISHING GOODS such as Collars Belts Cloves Etc Elfin addition to the 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 can be seen and used We are located one d or west of the postoffice Call and see our stock for yourself Thanking you for your patronage during the past sea son and hoping to merit its continuance we are respectfully o MAPEL TROY Cheapest In Price of- Subscription III Most Complete and Accurate In News y 11A17 r Y Yr Kentuckys Fearless Newspaper The greatest Presidential campaign of this generation will soon be in full swing Just now there is a most interesting fight on for the nominations I Are you in touch with the trend of events I in both parties Are you acquainted with the qualifications of the various candidates l No newspaper in Kentucky is better fitted r therf V fairness is supreme You must have a daily I frnewspaper Our clubbing arrangement is very attractive THE LOUISVILLE HERALD Daily and Sunday and THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD t BfaC Xrford 47x4 f fi 1 ty r c t t r r t 1 c l3 I 33ru4tkxW = fit1bP J dvfcrWorfc t Weakens I Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through minutes1fyourJT 1 ter out the waste or Impurities In the blood If they are sick or out of order they fall to do d I their work1 Pains achesandrheu matlsm come from ex cess of uric acid In the neglectekidneyKidney trouble causes quick or unsteady thourntheyi kidneypoIsonedIt used to be considered that only urinary kidneysbutnearlyallbeginningmLstakbyI KllmersSwampRooti soon realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases ItsmerttslllfilbyI ttmiotempRao6freed I out if y6u have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer 1 Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mistake but remember KllmlrSwampRootH YM on every bottle THE HERALD DRINK WAINSCOTTS POP Fred Hurt was visiting in town over Sunday Born to the wife of Andy Blan kensbip of Grassy side Saturday July 25 a boy A M Nickell dropped in from his bluegrass farm near Winches ter for a short visit Dr Taylor Center this week sold his residence property to Miss Mollie Ccldiron for 1600 Sara Sample is a guest of S H Kash and wife this week and at tending the teachers institute Mat Long of Sellars dropped in to see us Friday accompanied by the pay for another subscriber Rev W B Campbell preached at the Methodist church Sunday morning and night to large crowds OA IS 0 O H T aBurr theliar Kiwi Yn Hare Always BwgM lJptut Tl of J H Williams and sister of Caney were guests of the Day House Saturday night and Sun day A Goldberg and Tom and Al bert Endicott of Cynthiana have joined the crowd at tho Swango 1 House Cora Dora and Nora the Bailey triplets of Gillmore creekcreated quite a furore on a visit to Jackson recently Mies Maude Tyler of Campton is the guest of her cousin Miss Molly Swango and attendingthe pftoaohors institute W H Chambers county supei intendent made THE HERALD a t social call while attending the in stitute this week i j Mrs W B Hughes of Pomeroy ton is visiting home folks and at tending the bedside of her mother who is very ill with pneumonia Aunt Nancy Swango spent lastII week wilh her soninlaw J FJJ Cecil at Grassy Creek Mr Cecil accompanying her home Saturday Curt Walter spent several days this week at Caney at the bedside of his mother who was reported seriously ill but is now somewhat better Rev D G Combs is very sick t at the home of his daughter Mrs a Q C Daniel His wife came up I Saturday from Morehead to be at his bedside I tMr and Mrs Sam Osborne of Gillmore and Brook Little and 4wife of Campton passed through of here Monday en route to Grassy to visit relatives Joel Cox Jr came over from the Pine Ridge neighborhood to io attend the institute this week and atIllJHS v Il k tf h l tic trr at i j tt 1 yr c 5 BilleeSohoolerereretwhileedito- of a paper at Morehead one time an employe of THE HKRAID a U S storekeeper in the Seventh Rev enuo District for a season and on the whole a gentleman of vast ver satility under tho nom de plume of Uncle Bill is now cutting a wide swath on The Courier at Lakeside Ohio whore ho wields a fairly sharp blade and seems to bo t winnowing friends in stacks To his friends in Old Kaintuck and especially those who remember his kaleidoscopic career this will be a gratifying bit of news But fame Billee is a fickle god j one slander will snuff it to a emirch Honor and shame from no condition rise Act well your partthere the honor lien F N Day had quito a severe attack of something like cholera morbus Saturday night and Sun day supposedly from eating water melon but was able to be at the store bright and early Monday morning His daughter Virginia was also attacked and Fred says he had to call in the doctor to give her relief IThe first election under the new school law comes off next Saturday August 1 and as only oneI trustee does the work of tho dis triot so only one is to be elected So important are the duties of the trustee under the new law that each district in tho county should see that the best man is chosen for the position Sam Wilson the painterpoet came in Monday morning and in formed us that he had suffered severely Sunday with an attac of oldfashioned chills and fever He brought in a subscription to help along the editor and took out with him a lot of Powders and pills To break the ohills The city street gang was out th first of the week doing some work on the streets They done some plowing and scraping near the footi of Rich Hill but the big mud hole which after each shower is almost impassable just east of TILE HER ALD building near the top of the hill was left untouched Dr G M Center reports the fol lowing births during the past week To the wife of Gus Taulbee on Lacy creek a boy i to Mrs Ad kins a girl and by forceps delivery to the wife of Richard Herald a daughter of Cal Cundiff of Laurel a 13ib boy mother and child doing well J H Wilson and family of Mt Sterling are spending the week with W A Oldfield and family at Toliver Mr Wilson embraced the opportunity Tuesday of calling iat THE HERALD office and having j inserted a notice of a farm for sale You will find it elsewhere iu this issue j Wo are reliably informed that the stork recently made a visit totj the home of Mr and Mrs Leet Caskey and left a darling little cherub of a girl baby The moth er and child are doing nicely and if you want any further informa tion as regards weight etc ask Dr Taylor Center Harry Tanner accompanied by by his mother Mrs John A Tanner and Miss Alabama Botkin left Sunday morning via Torrent j for their homes in Winchester j 2 They had been sojourning at Rit teuhouse Ranch and partaking of the famoup Swango Springs water RKCIPB FOR DIXIE ICE CREAM I Can be made and frozen in 10f1minutes at cost of One Cent a Plate t Stir contents of ono 13c package I M0 ICE GOT1 Fowler I i into a quart of milk and freeze No cooking no heating nothing else to add Everything but the I ice and milk in the package Satisfaction guaranteed Tbismakes 2 quarts of the most delicious lice cream you ever ate Five Kind Chocolate Vanilla Strawberry Lemon andUnflavtrtd 9 packages 25c at your grocers t or by mail if be does not keep it ninatnUod Bclp Book rites lib SiMFerlt ehhallrywY I1 i t t 1 to Itt rt it rrT- r t r Proof of Its Power All who doubt the efficacy of THE HERALD as n medium through which to advertise their wants andJ have the same gratified should di i gest the following testimonial of its worth which is from the pen1 of Col W J Lampton a gentlel man of vast and varied experience in all matters pertaining to publicity He says Dear Cooper Let mo commend THE HERALD aS- an advertising medium You gay my book Judge Wuxems Pocketbook of Politics u notice some time ago and I have had an order from Mr S G Sample esq of Qampton for a copy and another from J H Swango esq of Terre Haute Lid It TILE HERALD can do so well at long range it should be worth n great deal more to ad vertieers who are in its field and reap its benefits on the spot The local merchant who overlooks THEg HERALD as a prime aid tojbusiness ought to shut up shop till be learns how to sell goods Heres hoping for all good including weather not so hot as we have it here My com pliments to your bettor 1610 New York 720 Program of the Wolfe Count d Farmers Institute to be Hal at Campton July 31 and Aug 1 Friday July 31 10 a m- PrayerRev J H Tolson Welcome Address 8 G Sai- tipltResponseW T Kane Shall a Boy Choose Agriculture for an Occupation W A Copet How to Hold a Boy on the Farm M F Johnson DINNER mkSoil Fertility on Hill Lands W T Kane Rotation and Diversification of Crops W A CopeI Selecting and Tenting of Seed Corn M FJohnson Saturday August 1 10 oclock a m presidentet Feeding Development of Young Live Stock on the Farm W T Kane Why Should We Protect Our Tim ber Interest W A Cope Possibilities on an Acre In Fruit M F Johnson DINNER 1 oclock Ip m Farm SanitationW T Kane Manures and FertilizersW A Cope How to Plant an Orchard M F Johnson FOR SALEGood farm of 75 a acres 9 miles south of Mt Sterling Good 7room dwelling house ten ant house tobacco barn and all necessary outbuildings Good wa I ter For terms etc call on or address J H WILSON 68 Vinn street Mt Sterling Ky i Wm Howell of Mt Sterling came up Tuesday to spend a short time at Rittenhouee Roach and partake of the medicinal benefits t of the celebrated Swango water J A social was given to the visiting teachers at the residence of Dr Taylor Center Monday night About thirtyfive participated in the festivities and an enjoyable was hadII Commissioners Sale Wolfe Circuit Court Kentucky MARGARET E WALTERS Plaintiff1 against HOY H MILLER Defendant By virtue of a Judgment aril Order of Sale of the Wolfe Circuit Court ren dered at its May Term 1008 in the above cause for the sum of SIC500 sub January1stper cent per annum from the 9th day of February 1UOI until paid and costs herein I shall proceed to offer for Camptllnlieu on- MONDAY the 3rd Day of AUGUST 1908 beingCountymonths the following described prop erty towittJ A certain tract of land describedas Situated lying and being In Lee City Wolfe county Kentucky and bounded towit Commencing on a corner north of O Ht Allens stare thence I ClayII I 1 LeglnnIngOr sufficient thereof to produce the J stone of money so ordered to be made For the purchase price the purchaser a with ipproved surety or securities must execute bond bearing legal interest 1 from the day of sale until paid and hay 1 judgmentUlddtrspromptlI vith th8 terms ROSEI it Jfr tRev H J Derthick returned Saturday evening from his coca tiou outing in Ohio He is this week conducting the teachera in stituto in saris Hall Albert Jones and wife of Mt Sterling Mrs D B Mitchell of Carlisle and her sister Miss Flor ence Stouts of Maysville ors the late arrivals at the Swango House Rev E L Scuthgnte presiding- e older of tho 11 E church South will hold quarterly conference nt Goodwins Chapel Sunday August 0 and ut Huzol Green August 10 and 11 Mrs Barney Blatikenship and little daughter accompanied by Prank Wallis came up from Mont gomery county yesterday on a visit to relatives in and around Hazel Green After a sojourn of severalweeks at High Oaks sanitarium Lexington J Taylor Day returned home Monday evening much improved He was accompanied home by his grandson Jesse Knell The ladies of the cemetery asso ciation will hold an ice cream Yaucaydtion is extended to all nod a big crowd id expected to be iu attend atice1Ie C F Kush has the thank- of the editor and his bettor seven eighths for eight or nine very fine large luscious ripe tomatoes and she seems to have n knack of raising j them judging from their pro fusion in liar garden Tuesday afternoon TIlE HERA office was favored with a social call from Misses Stella IManker Retta Stamper Nora Stamper and IMae Williams Call again youngr ladies as the pleasant sunshine of your smiling faces helps dispel1I the gloom which oft surroundsus THINKING OF MOVING WEST I II not then miikr up your mind mid writ we fur clt riilivelUt of funiM lit MUsouri J prductiveer the inn at prices ranging from 15 to 40 au acre and come where lite is made tolerable hy easy punfltrble fanulagtthyswes t and fret life away in the vain effort to ek out a mere miserable sustenance from th e rockribbed rootlaced hillsides as your father and fathers father did when there 1is so much good land to be had yet awhile for mere song Get out of thenutsbreak away from the timeworn habit that keeps your nose to the grindstone All it take- la a resolution and a little nerve writs mend let me help you to a better condition IiN PHIPPS Chanute Kansas ARCH CHILDERS Practical Well Driller Ezel Ky Solicits orders from the people ot the moun rain for work in his line and especially the good people of Morgan and Wolfe He is well equipped for the business and has anybody For further information address ARCH GUILDERS Ezel Ky miSS FaIRy lOng THE MILLINER HAZEL GREEN KY Invites the ladies of Hazel Green inspectheand Untrimmed Hats Frames Flowers Feather Ribbons Etc just received from her buyer and embracing CincinnatiIII Ldlllob BoQifii i1tjduyllduue Skirtsk- in j Voile Panama and Linen I Readymade Waists specialty in silk rued Wash Goods Latest in Holts and Col lars including a tasty collection Underwear Hosiery Embroidery Laces o in groat profusion IpsWrour patronage is respect fully solicited Respectfully FALAY LONGII e k diJ 14 ITho Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been use for over 30 years has borno the slgnatnre of s and has been mado under Ids per fI1fL NonnlHIllelvIslon since its infancy Allow no ono to decelvo you In thIs All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Eiurinicnts that trlllo with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment d What is CASTORIAjj Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gorse Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It 1Imbstullce1 regulates Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend t GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS A SQ Boars the Signature of It The Kind You Have Always Bought eIn Use For Over 30 Years THe CtNTAUK COMPANY TT MURMY tear New VOHK CITY INLnKash Johnson Xash1General Merchandise COUNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of the people of Hazel Green and vicinity to the now stock of goods they hove just received embracing general stores i fiVegetahlci4 Shield Brand Clothing Dress Goods Latest Prints Domestics beingehope to merit by fair dealing we are respectfully yours Kash Johnson Kash uptodatea I Lookout fo- rCECIL v BROS 1 new advertisement whichwill 1 appear next week perhapsj 1 Sam Kash of the firm Kash Sample says they are selling 1 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 asjsistant for which they can not make room with the goods JYou Dont Need a Town Crier to emphasize the merits of your business or announce your special sales A straight story told In a straight way to the readers of this paper willii quickly reach the ears of the thoughtful intelligent buying public the people who have the money ia their pockets and the people who listen to reason and not noise Our books will show you a list odII ItOpte you appeal to a Call and see them at this office c 7 I c r 7 1 V f T II Jti1r teepA Sleep is natures re building period when the energy used by the brain muscles and organs is re newed If you lose sleep your system is robbed of the strength sleep should give Continued loss of sleep multiplies this loss until you become a physical wreck Dr Miles Nervine quiets the irri tated nerves and brings invigoratingano opiates and therefor leaves no bad aftereffects For over two years I suffered un told ngonles my friends thought I e was going crazy I could not sleep I- torfindt1t doc torsebutattailed My head would fiche all the time I was like one drunk could not concentrato my mind and was so restless and finworried that sleep was out of tho After taking one bottle o- rt Dr Mlles Nervine I fet wonderfully I changed I am now on my third bot tle and nm gaining nil tho time Ii can Ito down nnd sleep lIko a child and am able to do my work MRS MAY SCOTT English Ind Your druggist sells Dr Mlles Nerv i ine and we authorize him to return price of first bottle onlyI If It falls to benefit you Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind f rciJJtES 11 RHEUMATISM LUMBkQO SCIATIC- AJHEURALaiA e- ndIsrv1 TROUBLE ID7CPS uUen Internally rids the blood Ij i ot the NiOIlOUS lJIattcr and seiJs wbieb ere tile at m causes of these diseases Availed externally It aitorrts almost lu start relict from pain while a permanent t cure li beinz effected by purilyiui ttio blood dlttolTlns tile poisonous sub stance and removing It from tbe system t BLANDtt yeart t ann lI could i l oali I rI 1iil1 t r If you nts t 7etr rlh Rlieumllsm Weumljii Uulnrr Trouble or lilY bin drnd f1IQ3 r writ to us fora trial bottle of b U1CI Sand test it yourself BDROPS can tc used car length of time without acqulrlnz n crut habit as It Is entirely tree ot cplum cocaine alcohol laudanum end ever similar Inrrctenta LwttlrlaUt TDtlOP8SOODoiu J eleuor SAle tip Dutlct i rVV30a PHJHATIS QUitE COHPAS- Yff tI 11 1QOIakatro- elChicagoTREES I IvFruit and Ornamental t Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Our Strawberry Plants are moneymakers TryamW- RITE FOR FREE CATALOG WE HAVE NO AGENTS II F HILLENMEYER SONS- LEXINGTON KY rd KILL THE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsIFOR gPRICEOLDSFree AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFAOZOB OR MONEY REFUNDED B F BOLINC r UNDERTAKERCAMPTON SFOHMS the citizens of Wolfe and I the adjoining counties that he carries i line of Coffins Caskets Burial Clothes and everything necessary to put away styleaupplled on 24 pours notice finest made if ordered Teams and hacks furnished funerals AltIso faa fill orderfor tombstonee Ac 0 I LET US ALONE I Let us alone I is the cry we hear From the East and nest front far and nenr From the man on the farm With his fertile land From the men in the mill With his Tilling hand nom the man in the store With his Funds for sale Prom the limn nn the train With its rusty rail From the man iu the hack With the money there From the man on the sen With the weather fair From the man with the pick And a fob in sight From the millionaire With his cash all right From these and from those the great IInd the small Is coming the clear Insistent cull Let us alone and we will rise Again on the w Ings of enterprise We have felt the stroke of the Punic hallll That has smitten the progress of the lam But the spirit remains and weve got tht goods That will bring us in safety out of the wood And set Prosperity again on leer throne lint let us alone Say let us alone Wont yon tV J Lampion In New York World KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collated and Concisely Chronicled While out playing with some com pauiona the little son of J W Bird whistle of Anderson county was seized by a large sow and severely bitten am bruised by the enraged animal Attorney W A Ycung and wife cele brated their crystal wedding at their Rowan county home on the 22nd There were several hundred guests from nil parts of the stale in attendance While arranging a springboard for the boys to dive from Joe Krilstog n watchman on a wharfboat at Paducah fell into the Ohio river and was drowned His body was not recovered What was probably the hottest contested local option election ever held in the history of the nation came off in Georgetown last week when the wets won by the remarkable majority of one At Fa wood near the boundary between Woodford and Scutt counties George Teake aged 21 shot and killed ais brolherln law James Newton aged famlIIAlbert Buckler a farmer of Hath lounty was the victim of a peculiar ac ildent recently While cutting hay he vas thrown from the machine and upon I an oil can the spout of which penctra ted the heart making a dangerous round I Lee Figg accused of bribing an alder nan of Louisville was held over to the I Jefferson grand jury in the sum of 10 00 Figg is a contractor and is charged with having tried to bribe Alderman I less to secure time approval of a voucher hOOOII James Itobbett a farmer of Butler ouuly beat his wife and shot Perry ligbtower a deputy sheriff and the omaus brother and another man who tried to interfere He locked himself in II house and defied the officers but later urrenderedAt last week Geo Crock ett and Miss Mae Bratton were united In marriage llev George W Prentiss officiating aud William Warner and lies Anna Carmichael were also joined In the holy bonds of wedlock by Wesley llevins Esq- County I Jailer Enoch Prince of Lyon county has served notice on the soldiers hat they must evacuate the courthouse County Judge Crumbaugb says they may remain Five more soldiers were added to the detail making eighteen on duty In Lyon county Miss Minnie Nowlin daughter of Enos Cowlin and Noah Johnson a young usitiess titan all of Tyrone went buggy iding one evening last week and were married by Rev E S Mitchell of the Christian church on a bridge while seated in the bUggIDeputy United States Marshal Win lays of Beattyville with a strongly toed posse huts gone into the upper IN e tl H I I Tile citizens of Hazel Green ami this vicinity are herewith informed that they can now buy lirntclnib buggies at home I1um prepared In furnish the best made and at reasonable prices 1I dont bun die anything but firstdnss buggies and those who want cheap cluptraps will have to go elsewhere SSTHemember if you want a FIRST CLASS BUGGY one that will give satisfaction in comfort and wear IcttuI supply you Call and see me at my shop iir Hazel Green Respectfully JOHN H ROSE Some sly I nm too high I Prove tIll truth give me n try JCWCome in nnd ace me and Ii- will surprise you Have mo fixi your teeth and if you are not satin lied I loss Aint that fair J H STAMPER Dentist Hazel1 Green Ky A BOOK IS In Mary Harriott Norris II 12mo Cloth 309 pades SlSO Order of Your Bookseller or the Publisher RICHARD G BADGER Publisher Boston nuaa 92 sssop M S1l1d UI1Jdnuy falls JO V Muannui iij oj pjonb DtaK Wa qavpcau jpis Jo BOOAX M c I WINCHESTER KY I II WiTHEnsrooN President I Inlil Up Capital i 810000000 Undivided Troll 1I 11000000 fe Handsome Deposit of Vover I i I S50000000 j This bank solicits the accounts of merchant farmers traders and bus s Iness met East ern Kentucky und otterit hi custom every tucillty aud the most liberal I within the limits of legitimate loct 2ly- DR o C H WILLIAMS AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY OlTers his priiffMlonal services to the clti ens of Hazel Green mid surrounding coun try and will coaster all calls of allliclion Olliet nt his residence adoiulng Hazel trveu I I Hazel Creen Ky Mr 1M DAY Proprietor Best tulile fun in Kiisterii Kentucky A arue uniile room connected lighted liv gas throughout slid I Miiutnuuutlont to traYillny well mountainl ii 8 rdfii lerles The region iit almost inaccessib land no news will be heard from the me until they return to Jackson or Dcntt ville Del dives Ire searching for Mrs Ma Cif iiplipnj VIIIIM in Iaducih on a- charge of attempting to bribe Aldermn III T Miller She N alleged to hate left a chock for 100 on Millers office desk after railing on him In the Intorc of her husbands application for a saloo license A fnllIIf perhaps GO feet front Ihe third story of the Dolmonlco liuililini in MiildlCKburo rte ulted only in a ci t lip and a slight bruise on the head uf two vcar ttld Pierrie Frazier The little mil was playing when she fell out of the window striking her head on the asphalt pavement below the was rendered min con ciuu but coon recovared Night riders set fire to time depots at Gracey in Christian county Cerulean In Trign county and Otter Pond In Caldwell county all on the Princetoi anti Hopklnsville branch of the I C It R The fires nil occurred at the Mme hoar IInd were started because the rail road company hud allowed soldiers to nenmp on its right of way The citizens of Jackson are trying to xtend the term of public school from iix months to nine months and confer eil ivlth the trustees of Lee Collegiate institute as to the feasibility of the plan Dr Cummings of Winchester repre tinting the Institute offered to take barge of tilt public school and extend It to a nine months term if the peopled Jackson would make good any deficit ncnrred not exceeding I Exiled from home and unable to at end his mother funeral or minister toII his stricken father John Stephens with his wife and children is in hiding in Pa- ducah from Lyon county night riders who nound him with wires and weighted him with rocks preparatory to drowning Im Ina deep well He made his escape lid traveled a day and a night without bite to eat and claims he was mal ealed because bo knew too much of- the night riders organization The hurting of a mail sack containing mnll for the Cadiz poslofllce whichwas in the Grltcey depot recently burned by night riders will result in the govern tent taking a hand In investigatine the firp Another feature of time case is that the Illinois Central company is an Illnois corporation timid by irason of its oing an interstate business has rights yond corporations holding their charter in this state Any action which Iit my take through the counts will be judged in the federal courts lean Kind You Have Always Bought Igaatnreof Y l L93 FOR SAMPLEMILL DE KALaiLLJ KANSAS CITY MO Union Lock Poultry FencethMh rba moft rrlcubl ftne oo tba suII yard orchard sod ftrdtoi aad ai no truUr coat Uito Dtttlor WrlU for uluoff of ftoo tor for kit parpoMi WON FENCE Co IItXalb ZIL luau City Uo For sale by O H LOWS f I DRMILES ANTIPAIN FOR- NEURALGIA SCIATICA RHEUMATISM BACKACHEPAIN DISTRESS STOMACH SLEEPLESSNESS Buggies Bugglesl O- FMYSTERY The Veil TnU winonustui Bant generallythroughout Iers PHYSICIAN bu- nkDAY HOUSE HluteliullciI itIllicit J100I CA8TORI1ltheThe ANAREVOLVING PERWRITE PILLS FOR Headache i I A Simpledi Cardui is a purely vegetable extract a simple I nonintoxicating remedy recommended to girls and twomen of all ages for womanly pains irregularity falling feelings nervousness weakness and any other form of sickness peculiar to fem- alesTAKECARDU1 It Will Help YouJ114 Mrs H 0 Beaver of Unicoi RouteNo 1 Mar bleton Tenn writes I suffered with bearingIdown pains feet swelled pain in right side headache pains in shoulders nervous palpitation and other I troubles I cannot mention but Itook Wine of Oardul and have found it the best medicine I ever used I for female troubles Try Cardui AT ALL DRUG STORES j TRY YOUR LUCK i voooooooooaooeoooooooooeoeoeooooo000401oo0ooeaooooeooooeoP ee0e0oo0oo0eeoooo 25 in Free Presentsaoeeeeoeeeeee1010001NO34j j oooooooooOOOOOOOIOOOOOOOooooooooooo +ooooooooooo Y 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 occasion to increase its subscription list and at the same time i give its subscribers 2500 in useful articles such as watches und chains razors combination handy tool holder c 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 coining Democratic Primary Election The price of THE HERALD is 100 a year in advance and every subscriber is entitled to one estimate 4 Old subscribers who pay up arrearages and one year in ad vance are also entitled to one estimate The one who sends 3 in the closest estimate will receive a gold plated watch and 11 j hair next nearest gold plated watch and aluminum fob ij1 next a fine razor c Use the estimate coupon attached Write your name plainly and make figures of estimate very J listinct Then enclose 100 with the coupon and mail to this office These coupons will be filed and the day alter the election a disinterested committee will take charge of them rod determine who is entitled to the presents The Presents That Will Be 11- Tho j goldjperson making the nearest estimate will receive a I plated American watch good time piece and plated chain yllillU i The person making the second closest estimate will receive 6650American 90American watch good time piece and aluminum fob 1 i 50nt0 J 50vote i l 00vote1 HASIS UPON WHICH TO MAIZE ESTIMATE The total Democratic vote polled in the Congressional election of 1006 was 879 andin the Governors election of 11107 Mr Hagor received a total of 899 votes 1004000000000000000000000000000000000040001000000Use this form I Jlta7Ze1butmakeout1 f o1any c f f Estimate Stcitebit of paper r LeoooooooooooooOOOOOOOODOOOOOOOOOoouoooooooJ figures plain a KWSend your estimate and your dollar to this oflice and we will take care of both Sincerely yours SPENCER COOPER JyJ If you have Y 11 Headache JTry Onetim 0 0W t s5 0 44 They RelieveI Pain 11- Quickly leaving no t bad Aftereffects t h i fa t 25 Doses tAi1 t 25 Cents w f f Never Soldin Bulk v 1 i r t rrrr J 1 i Jtt 4 t it 1 3 I