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K l j hf A iii Iy l 9ow r1 y 1 1 r t T Fj 1TAZEi 0 4 nN I W HEk LD t- 0 Eatablteked Maroh 4 188fi Made Famoni in the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORen o i J 9PENOEB Ownerand OUOPEB Editor i Mountainsi 100 a Year in Advance um TWENTYFOURTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE OOtNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 17 1008 NUMBER 0 J I 1 1hzla ton and Eastern Railwayr Time Table in Effect June 21 1908 WEST BOUND No1 tioS No6- I STATIONS Dallre DaUyand Sunday I ennday Sunday oWy AMLve PMLTB AMLref Jackson 6 10 am 2 20 pn I 700 am- OK Junct 6 l5 pm 2 25 703 am- Beattyve Jo 7 07 am S 20 754 am Torrent 7 30 am S 4t POll 815 liD Nat Bridge 7 45 am 8 56 826 am Campton Jn 7 48 em 3 57 828 a m Stanton 8 15 am 26 pm tl64 a Clay City 8 25 am 36 pm 902 am LEJancn 9 OOam 14 07 pm IOt3 am- Wlacb terM 9 11am 20 pa 1012 a- Leitonar m 9 55 am 05 pm 1025 a EAST BOUND Daily Sunday No 2 ox S K = STATIONS I IIi Dally Sunday No4 andI PM LveAMLVII 07 36 am I 25 pm 0 Lexington 20 8 13 amWinchester2 38 pm LO LnnCdOOM 8 26 pm 2 4tJ pm 40 9 02 am3 60 pm 40MClay City 9 10 am Mltantou11449 58 pro 44 CamltonJuntlI 9 38 pm4 30 pml 4 S5 pm 57 Nat Brtuge 57 9 43 am 62 9 56 am62 Torrent4 47 pm 5 lu pm 70 HeaUyveJo am 6 05 pm 90 OKJunon 7011017 am 6 10pm 94 Jackson am CONNECTIONS L A E JUNCTION TrHiui NOl 1 and 3I will make counecllon with the C A Olly for Ml Sterling CAUPTON JUNCTION Tralni Nos 12 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central- Ry l tor Pine lUdgeaLa Compton BKATTYVLLB JVNC IONTreloe No I win make connection at Beattyvllle Jums with the L and A Railway for paisfngen and from BeattyTllleto O K JUNCTIONTralni NOl a and jc connect with the O A K Railway for atatlons on the O K Railway s W A McDOWELL General Manager GHA8SCOTTtienP M Agent I ofEioo gIIi1WII Time Table May 21 1906 WEST BOUND No 33 Ii Ii No 21 j Da11Ydex n STATIONS Dally ex f f Sunay PM ABB 0 27 PY AM 5 20 0 Cannel City 22 12 35 4 55 11 Helechawa 20 12 19 4 45 13MLee CItYM 13 12 13 4 05 20MHamptonM 11 11 51 8 52 22M WllhurtM 6 11 44 3 10 27 OAK Junction 0 11 15 t 3 00 Jackson 11 05 t EAST BOUND No 34 Ii t No22 Daily ex c STATIONS n Daily ei Sunday f Sunday AMLVB PMLVB 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 r i 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13MHamptonM 13 1 44 8 37 10 Vllhant 20 1 61 9 25 1 OAK Junction 22 2 25 9 30 0MJackson 27 2 80 P Noa21 and 22 will make close connectioi at O A K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for points on the Lexington aud Eastern Rail way H L CONLEY Superintendent mountaIn Oetral11ai1ioag No 1 No 2 DEPART ABBIVE 1300 a mCampton1180 a m 200 pm Campton 6 00pm No 2- ABBIVE No 1- DEPART 780 amGampn JuuolO 05 am 380p 0au9pnJuno41 pb The Mountain Central makes I II connection with all L E pas ringer trains 4i I WJ J Er Y I 1l adqua ea aedoni Ky iDEPBElUTllfO F COFJ 0110tbtII pipeaahd4tt I E T R06R 8ql1ItP E RQS SAMPLE f AttornUUolid kwnelorB tIa 4 via Sk fiCAM a OtiDtthe Cqnj o- fI fSvv eti 01S c lal if adej ftorIw1ic r 1 rT I S t-t10 0 1 o l I r ir q i t s 1tf r S2 N SilLLWATBRSPAlKlFfi 0S 0 Rose is hauling and saving fodder this week A T Combs of Campton was on Stillwater Saturday evening Minnie Brewer stopped with her sister Mrs S 0 Rose Sunday nightMiss Stella and Edwards stayed at the residence of S 0 Rose Fri day night- S 0 Rose had a finger very badly cut on a piece of glass Sat urday evening Quite a number of people from this creek went to Gillmore to church Sunday J W Maloney arid family stay ed at the residence of SO Rose Saturday night Several people from this septio wont to the Baptist association near Mariba last week Willie Linkous the stock trader of Morgan county stayed at J A Roses Saturday night Willis Lykina and wife of Gras BY Creek attended the meeting It Stillwater Saturday aud Sunday Mn D B Tyra and little boy went to the meeting at the Bridte Sunday and in the evening called tosee RJ Rose and family DBTyra and wife went tpCamp tn Saturday to bid the natters goodj James OHair of Trout went to Cannel City last week to oiiliet in the regular army and passed ex amination all o k left and name home before he was sworn id Rev Robert J Rose returned Sunday from Laurel Spring Asso ciation and seemed to be very much fatigued with his trip but says he had an enjoyable time Ada Boling is now living witb Mrs Miranda Tyra She had been living with Mrs Henry Garrison at Campton heretofore Miss Add says sha is well pleased with her new home Powell Rose of Lexington who was taken sick at the residence of S C Rose last Friday iia1 no better at this writing and molt 6f his children called to see him Sunday at the home of his sister Mrs John C Barker on this creek The chairman secretary and trustees of this school district met at the Stillwater church house Monday to turn in and make out their reports for the needs of their districts so as to be ready to pre sent them at the fiscal court for allowanceJ started Saturday for his home at Weedman 111 accom panied by his mother Mrs R J Rose and Charley E Rose his nephew Both of tho last named did not have any sot time to re turn to Kentucky But the writer is anxious that they will complete their visit in a short time ffar we feel very lonesome without tbemj Dillard Barker was shot from ambush Saturday night at Camp ton Some one concealed in the barn of Shelby Cannoy did the shooting The ball entered the breast and came out near the small of the back It is thought Mr Barker who is a son of William j Barker of Rocky branch and a nice young man was taken for some other person 1 Hone S G Sample and G B J Stamper took the deposition of DL I E OHair Friday before S C Rose Notary Public at the refii I dence of Mr OHair on Laurel to I J Septomber I in an a6tionpendingibotwpfln R b1j ort Cox plaintiff and Bobfrfe I Ctaiai difen4laiLifter4wlut rti+ iOf Co Jr iI 1 0 1I fj ittIJ St4 i C 1 It l i9 t r e raaspa r HON A HOWARD STAMPER Democratic Candidate for Commonwealths AttorneyT- he above is the likeness of bur county hoy lion A Howard Stamper Democratic nominee for Commonwealths Attorncy for this the 23rd Judicial District Howard has an indomitable will and courage that knows no such thing as defeat He has from his childhood fought the battles singlehanded and alone his father William Stamper haying died when Howard was but a child His mother who a Lacy before she married was a poor woman and there fore was not able to give her boys the advantnge of an education but so soon as they were able to earn money by their labor they pro oared the necessary books and took the advantage of every opportu nity to acquire an education Howard began teaching school nt the age of 10 years and took up the study of law soon after He was admitted to the bar at the age of 24 years and has been one of the mdst successful lawyers in this Judicial District and is conceded to be one of the ablest criminal lawyers in this section of the state He is eloquent and a power before a jury and if elected will make the people of this district one of the best Commonwealths attorneys we have ever had one that the good people regardless of political affilia tions will be proud of and one that the violators of the law will fear There is no office within the gift of the people that is of more im portance than a Commonwealths Attorney The people want and need the best lawyers that we have to protect tint interests of the ithtet When men violate the law they employ the best lawyers they Han get to defend them and they ought to be equally interested in the election of the best lawyers that can bo had as Commonweaths Attorney and Circuit Judge Howard made a record as county at torney of Wolfe county that every voter should bo proud of He was a faithful and efficient servant of the people and such mon as this the people need and will elect to office journed the attorneyR went on to Hazel Green The following folks took dinner with S 0 Rose Friday J H Rose and wife of Hazel Green Mrs Rebecca Edwards of Trent Mrs S H Rose Stillwater j Pow ell Rose and wife of Lexington George Buchanan and wife D B Tyra and wife of Stillwater Jeff D Rose of Weedman mand several others who helped to eat the mutton They all seemed to enjoy each others company Sept 15 DOMINGO A Paying Investment John White of 88 Highland avo Houlton Me says Have boon troubled with a cough every win ter and spring Last winter I tried many advertised remedies but the cough continued until I bought a 50 bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery before that was half gone the cough was all gone This Renter the same happy result has followed j a few doees once more banished the annual cough I am now convinced that DrKings N Discovery is the best of all cough and lung remedies Sold under guarantee lit all dealers h60o Mdl Trial bottles free 1yyti J l MSrY VAh 1 I roxf LANDSAW LACONICS 0 Hiram Swango of the Swango fork of Stillwater was here today Several of the people of this place wont to Gillmore to church SundayBorn on the 14th to the wife of John Burchfiold a girl Mrs Lizzie Miller officiating Rollin Combs a hustling young man of this place went to Camp ton on business Monday Prof Mort Halsey who is teach jug the Murphy school visited at I W Combs Saturday night D B Tyro of Stillwater was here Monday and if talkwill win he is sure to get the nomination Mrs Maggie Doan who has boon visiting her father Wm Strong in Breathitt rentnrned homo Mon dayRobert Murphy and Robert Mad den attended the Baptist Associa tion at Mafiba Saturday and Sun day J M Swango went to the meet ing on Gillmore Sunday Bud is everythingis I I Robert Halsey who has Been working nt Sbackolfords sawmill1 on Holly for some time has come home to save fodder F Cox deputy sheriff was iin this section last week trying to collect taxes He says that it i the hardest time to collect that he has ever experienced Mrs Martha Hatton and two sons Floyd and Boyd twins vis itedon Holly Monday and oni their return stopped at RobertI Halseya whero they stayed som 1 tune enjoying themselves eating watermelons Lenix Swango and wife of Hazel Groen visited his aunt Mrp E T Knsh Sunday and Monday 1 Lenix worked in the store of E T Kash during the year 1907 and iis now one of the teachers in Hazel1 Green Academy He was left an orphan ata very tender age bu by perseverance and energy he has reached a point that he may be proud of Young men take lesson from this Sept 15 ANON How to Get Strong P J Daly of 1247 W Congres- street Chicago tolls ofa way to become strong He soyaliMy mother who is old and was very feeble is deriving so much benefit from Electric Bitters that I feel1I it is my duty to tell those who needa tonic and strengthenin- medicine about it In my mothers case a marked gain in flesh has resulted insomnia has been over come and she is steadiy growin stronger Electric Bitters quickly remedy stomach liver and kidney complaints Sold under guar autee at all dealers hOp LEE CITY LOCALS 0Amos Miller was here Saturday and Sunday Quite a crowd attended meeting on Gillmoro Sunday A F Byrd of Winchester was here Saturday on business Several from here took in Mil ler Bros Wild West show at Jack son Friday C B Terrill and wife of Hunt inton W Va are here visiting relatives on Trent Elias Shockev was here last week in the interest of his candidacy for county judge Misses Alta and Bess Gariager left Thursday for Loretta where they will attend school George Davis went to Grassy Creek one day last week and con tracted for some spoke timber of J B Rose Mr and Mrs Alex Duff of Gar inger passed through here Satur day en route to Sunnysido to visit Mrs Duffs mother C F Garinger went to Cincin nati and Louisville last week He is figuring on making some tie and lumber contracts Sept 14 A R A Sure Enough Knocker J C Goodwin of Roidsville N C says Buokleus Aruba Salve is a sure enough knocker for ul cers A bad one came on my leg last summer but that wonderful salvo knocked itout in a few rounds Not even a scar remained Guar anteed for piles sores burns etoI 25X at all dealers ROGERS RUMBLINGS 0 Died on the 12th Columbus Johnsons little 0yearold girl Burnet Bryant and family vis ited Mrs David Whisman at Pine Ridge Sunday 1 W C Daniel of Monica passed through here on the 18th on his way to Campton on business Robert Goodwin 8rv hIipd a Ihlg house and lot at this place to G D Spencer and has moved to Breathitt A M Hall photographer from Campton was here Saturday ands took a group picture of hike Nora Stampers school Floyd Arnett and Cleveland Al Ion passed through here on the 7theirY BryantaM B Spencer C M Spencer and T P Spencer attended County court at Campton Monday The sceool at this place which is taught by Miss Nora Stamper is progressing nicely Everydody seems well satisfied with the way Miss Stamper is conducting theRschool BtINSKO ITEMS 0beaimproving N L B Reed of White Oak was in this section Saturday dangers ously ill with the fever John Burkhart made a business trip to Cannel City SaturdayARevs W R Davis aud D M i Deboard preached for us Sunday attendingg thjsIwesk Chester the little son of Wm rgr feverJames H Elam left for Glenn last week to resume his job in the lumber business lHarlan Pugh of Belknap passed through here a few days ago en route to Cannnel City Mrs B F Elam and daughter Miss Carrie and Mrs Alf Cruet is visiting relatives at Robbins Georgo Crase Jr returned Sun day from Magoffiu couty whets he had been working for the past weekSam Caudill returnd Friday from Rowan county where hehad been attending to some business mattersMiss C Mary the daughter of W F Lacy died Sunday morning with fever Mary was a sweet Iii tIe girl about 14 years of age Sept 14 DING MURPHY FORK XLNUXBSi0 i Dave Ross and wife made their usual Sunday visit to Valeria Henry Murphy of Maytown was on the creek Monday buying hogsMrs Laura Belle Murphy waa sick last week and Dr Marion Center attended the case Roy Murphy and wife of Greasy creek spent Sunday at the homes of John Pieratt and Henry Mur phy Mort Cecil and family attended the big meeting on Gillmore creek Sunday I presume they saw Cm gar while there A game of baseball was played Saturday afternoon between the little boys of Murphy Fork and Greasy creek schools on the llat tera grounds resulting in a score of 29 to 15 in favor of Murphy Fork A good crowd witnessed the game Lindon a little son of Johnny Kash went to school earlier than usual last Friday and finding the 1 door looked ho climbed intono- pen window and put hfa dinner pail on a bench While gettingk efortiinetof t of six or seven feet injuring TtiIt hia right arm but not aeriotuiiyl Sept 14 POE f i f ri A L f IItJIii 11i I J 1 J H IIt i1oA 4 J- H 4 k t I 0 v f h 0 x y tL c N JJ Wtm HIBAIiDB Entered RUbe Intel Ore mi Post I W1 p omcIIR ecoud CIR matter 9 4SENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY Sept 17 1908 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN of Nebraska For Vice President JOHN W KERN of Indiana I For Congress Tenth Congressional District TrR AMOS DAVIS of Morgan County For Circuit Judge 23rd Judicial District J B WHITE4 of Estill County For Commonwealths Attorney A H STAMPER of Wolfe county f ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY JUDGE are authorized to an SWANGOWe JM Bud SWAN GO as a candidate for tbe office of Coun ty judge of Wolfe county subject to a the action of the Democratic party o are authorized to an r SHOKEYWe ELI AS SHOCKED as candidate for the office of County Judge of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic party We ar authorized to announceHOWE S P HOWE III a candidate for County Judge of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic primary AlinnilM We are authorized to an LAnUnUnl nounce ALLIED LAN DRUM as a candidate for the office of County Judge of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic party i FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK LINDENI We are authorized to announ s JCesar Linden of Gillmore as a candidate for the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to + the Democratic primary n a FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK announceTUTTI 1 I 4 the office of County Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party H announceANKSdidate for Clerk of the Wolfe County court subject to the action of the Dem rocratic primary We are authorized to an CARROLL nounce ROUT L VAn ROLL as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to the- nctlon of the Democratic party 0FOR SHERIFF are authorized to announce SMITHWe1 HMITH as n candidate fur the office of Sheriff of Wolfe county I party subject to the action of the Democratic d announceSAdidate for Sheriff of Wolfe county subject to the action of tbe Democatic party A DUETT We are authorized to an AtlllUl I pounce FLOYD ARNETT as a candidate for Sheriff of Wolfe coun ty subject to the decision of the Demo- cratica primary 7 FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to an- nounceSSAMPLE G SAMPLE of Campton asn candidate for County A torney of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic party 0FOR JAILER Weareauthorized tonnnouncDYER lOCO P Dyer as a candidate for the office of Jailer of Wolfe County sub jestj to the action of the Democratic par ty FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce riD B Tyra of Stillwater as a candidate for Assessor of Wolfe county subject to the Democratic primary are authorized to an CENTERWe JOHN T CENTER as a candidate for Assessor of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic primary FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT r TIKI RCC We arc authorized to an lAULDCC nounce JOHN W TAUL BEE as n candidate for County Super intendent of Schools subject to the ac partytVWo are authorized to annouce ONE 1 Oney of Hazel Green In candidate for County Superintendcn of Schools subject to the action of the Democratic primary V UNDER the head of announce +e meats will be found the name of t Allie B Landrum who is a can Sdidate for County Judge Squirt ey Landrum as every voter jn Wolfe r N county knows has always been a pHJocrat and a wheel horse ID i Hi t l i the purt i In tttnes past he has filled several positions of trust and honor He was trustee of the jury fund under Judge Riddell aud filled the office with honor to himself and his constituency and that is the only office he ever held by appointment But for twelve years he was magistrate elected demonstrates time after beyond timo beingI confidence the people had in him1 And the experience ho had in this ollico is equal to u course or moro in law school in fitting him for the office to which he now aspires He is well known to every voter in the county and will poll an immense vote if indeed he is not nominated Should he be elected there is no question but he will make an economical county offi cial and render satisfaction to all He goes before the primary and in their hands we leave him Democratic Primary Call At a called meeting of the Wolfe County Democratic Executive Com mittee which met pursuant to call at the court house III the town of Campton Wolfe county Kentucky in the County School Su pei intendonts Office on the 7th day of September 1908 the follow- Ing members of said committee being aI majority of same IInda quorum were present Chairman T F Stamper let precinct Floyd Arnett 2nd precinct J P Rose 3rd precinct J C Lykins by proxy Arthur Lykint 4th precinct W W Bryant 6th precinct David Banks 6th precinct J 0 Barker 7th precinct Joe Ingram 8th precinct Walter 011 ver and 8th precinct A B Cox Floyd Arnett tendered his resignation as secretary of said mmiltcewhlch res ignation was accepted Motion was made by Floyd Arnett and seconded by W W Bryant that A B Cox be made secretary of said com mittee Motion carried and A B Cox committeeman from the 9th precinct was elected secretary of the committee The purpose of the meeting having been stated by the Chairman T F Stamperto be to name the time and man ner of selecting nominees of the Dem ocratic party as candidates for the vari ous county offices to be voted for at the regular November election 1909 the fol resolutions upon motion having beet made by W W Bryant and seconded by Walter Oliver were unanimously adopt ed by the said committee Resolved 1st That a Piimary Election shall be held in each of the nine precincts of Wolfe county Kentucky on the 14th day of November 1908 be tween the hours of 6 oclock a m ant 4 oclock p m the polls therefore to be opened at the regular voting place in each of said precinct for the purpose of nominating Democratic candidates for each of the county offices to be voted for at the regular election to be held In November 1909 the candidates to be selected being a candidate each for the following named offices County Judge Sheriff Superintendent of Schools County Court Clerk Circuit Court Clerk County Attorney Assessor Jail er Coroner and Surveyor 2ndThat all Democrats of the county who will be eligible to election for the respective offices to which they aspire at the regular November 1909 election and who shall conform to the requirements rules and regulations of this Fri mary Call as herein set out shall be eligible to and may be voted for as candidates before the said Primary for the nomination as a candidate for such of saidoffices as they may make known thetmanner hereinafter prescribed provided however that no one man shall be a candidate for more than one of the said off ices hereinbefore named 3rdAny person or persons desiring to become a candidate fur nomination for any of the offices before named herein shall on or before the 30th day of October 1908 said last named date being just fifteen days before the timeset here in on which said Primary Election is to be held make known to this committee the office for which he desires to become a candidate by so notifying the chair man of this committee either orally 01 writing of the office for which he desire to be a candidate before said Primary and if he desires to be a candidate for anyone of the first named eight offices herein he shall pay to the said chairman of this committee and take his receipt therefor the sum of 500 or if he desires to be a candidate for the offs either of Coroner or Surveyor he shall likewise make known his intention an pay to said chairman the sum of 250 said amount so paid to be used in help ing to defray the expences of thin PiiI mary Election Except that if tbe chairman of the said committee is absent from the county or state or cannot be found then the secretary of said com mittco shall be notified in the manne- hereinbefore indicated for the notifica tion of the chairman and the same fund hall be paid to him and for the same purpose u hereinbefore required to Ix paid to the chairman These Jrho art 1 waca a first to register shall have their narce placed first on the ballots to bo voted for for the respective offices for Hhlch they are candidates and so on having preference for places on the ballots in thb order III which they register for the office for IIIYIhave his name printed first on the ballot andIsaid office and so on through Anyone so notifying this committee and thus ba coming u candidate Khali be bound by nil the rules regulations and rrquire mcnts ot the Democratic party and the law of this state governoring primary elections And any person who shall have paid to the committee as hereinbe fore mentioned his registry fee shall not be entitled to recover any of same from the said committee by action or otherwise even though after depositing same he should withdraw from the primary and have his name withdrawn and whatever amount If any of funds remaining In the hands of thU committee after the expenses ot the primary election have been paid shall be used by the said committee to defray the expenses lawful of the party Iu effecting proper party organization over the county and In cute a sufficient amount of money is not paid to the committee to pay the expen sea of the primary in the way above designated then those candidates who shall have been declared the nominees for the respective offices in the manner hereinafter pre scribed shall pay to said committee what ever balance of said primary expenses remain unpaid ratably and in propoitlon to the amount required herein to be first paid by the candidates for the respective offices 4thAll persons shall be allowed a vote for a candidate each for the various county who are At the time legal electors in the precinct where they apply for the privilege to vote and who are known by the respect ive primary election boards to be Democrats or who will make oath that they did not vote for any Republican candidate before the people to be voted for at the regular November election 1908 provided they conform to the conditions and qualifications prescribed by the committee having con trol of said primary and provided further that all male citizens of this county and state otherwise entitled to vote but who are not yet 21 years of age and who will be at least 21 years of age at the time of holding the regular election in 1009 November shall be entitled to vote in this election and provided further that all persons desiring to vote In this Primary Election shall liir requested to do so by either of the judges of said election at their respective voting places be required to make affidavit that theywill support all persons nominated for the various offices by said primary 6th This committee shall meet again at the court house in the town ot Campton Wolfe county Ky in the county attorneys office available otherwise in some other room of said court house on the 4th day 01r November 1008 at which the committee shall declare who are candidates to be voted for at the said primary election and thaiI at the same time and place make proper provision for having the ballots for the various precincts throughout tthe county print ed and distributed and shall at the same time and place and in the manner prescribed by law elect and appoint the various precincts of the county that may be ap pointed at that time to wit Two judges i sheriff and a clerk for each precinct of the county6thWithin two days after the said prl mary election shall have been held and conducted as herein provided the election officers ot the various precincts after bay- Ing performed the other duties of their reo spcctlve offices required and enjoined upon them by law deliver to the chairman of this committee the ballot box and the poll books certificates and the envelope con tanning the spoiled mutilated and questioned ballots and the keys to the ballot box together with the election seal and the ofll cers delivering same shall do so In the man ner prescribed by law and the officer reo ceivlng same shall receive same in the manner prescribed by law at the court house III the town of Campton On the third day after the holding of said election M herein prescribed this committee shall again meet In the town ofCampton in some convenient room or office and shall then and there count the votes received by nil candidates In such primary election and shall declare the candidates receiving the highest number of votes the nominees for the respective offices for which they were voted for at said primary election The said committeeihall have the power and authority to declare the anyftwo candidates for any of said offices as well as any and all contests arising from said primary election 7th Notice of this primary election call shall be given by this committee at leas forty days prior to the date of holding said election by the chairman or secretary 01 chairman and secretary hereof posting said notice at the court house door and at least twenty other public places In the count of Wollc 8thThat the proceedings of this meet- Ing be published In the HAZEL GREEN HBBAIP 9th That this committee do now adjourn to meet again at the place hereinbefore des Ignated on the 4th day of November 1008 Chairmand A Trip to Mississippi 0 W McNabb left Lexington August 28 on the Southern road to Louisville thence on the I 0 to Sardis Miss and was then diertanco of 20 miles down in the Mississippiswamps Being tired andworn out I secured arootu at tho Woods Hotel for the night Thei object tmy trip was to findout the whereabouts of Roy Pieratt who fortunately happened to come in on a work train to the same hotel where he had engaged board I and four others wore on his bond for his appearance at the Bath Circuit court an1iias he had gone away I was selected to bring him back While at the hotel I enquiredof Dr H L White who is the doctor for the company iif he hnew of any Kentuckians at the hotel lIe mentioned at boast half a dozen among them being young Pieratt I enquired further into the mattor and found it was Roy Pieratt the one I had come so far to see I kept the mission of my trip to myself I at once arrested Roy When he first saw me I laid my hand on his shoul der and said Hello Pieratt when Roy responded Hello Mc Nabb you are after me I told him that I was He accepted the situation with muchsubmission Then we retired for the night Failing to get a through train the next day for Kentucky which suited me all o k as I wanted to see the scenery of a country I had never been in before I visited the swamps where there were 82 sections of timber land all of which was a solid mass of cane brake One amusing event Ill mention Dr H L White and myself secured a speed to go down into the lower camp and on the trip it jumped the track which reminded me of an old song Well wander through the canebrake And shoot the buffalo After dinner and enjoyment wai over we took the train for Sardis Miss and a through ticket bro ght us to Mt Sterling From there we went to Owingsville where Roy was left in custody to await his trial which may come off soon 1 I then left and arrived at my home Saturday the 5th 0 W McNABB Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contain Heretry as mercury will surely destroy the sense 01f smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucou surfaces Such articles should never b used except on 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that busy people can more easily comprehend than by reading cumbersome columns of dailies All topics made plain In each Issue by special editorial mattel written from inception down to date The only paper published especially for people who do or dnot read dally newspapers and yet thirst for plain facts That this kind of a newspaper lIs popular Iis proven by the fact that the Weekly Blade now haj over subscribers and U clr200jOOOarly of the United States In addition to the news the Blade pub Hsbes short and serial stories and many do partmenta of matter suited to every membe yeary a THE BLADE Toledo O 0 HO- SENotary SEWELL Public STILLWATER KY Oflera his professional services to citizens o Wolfe county and solicits tbe patronage 0- all who may have legal papers to execute Office at his residence on Blillwater DAY HOUSE Hazel Creen Ky Mrs tOO DAY Proprietor Kentuckylarge ana lighted by gas throughout and special M commodatlons to traveling men rw ttealladJe Dr iNaed bUFw18W S s e 4- N I w j jj rrh 1j y i W i- 1ilr9o S g- ft t 1 a 1 HAZELGREEN ACADEMY 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 as to afford the best advantages possible for young men and women who desire to bet tor prepare themselves for teaching or wish to prepare for the STATE CERTIFICATE or the STATE DIPLOMA The ACADEMIC COURSE well equips tho student for thu SOPHOMORE YEAR in Collegeii The Faculty is composed of TWELVE Teacherstt Careful attention is given to each student TUITION IS FREE t1BoardFurnished Rooms Free j Write for Catalogues M 01 CARTER Principal t Enlarging Your Business If you are in annually and then carefully j business and you note the effect it has in in 1 want to make creasing your volume of busi t 30morewill read every tier cent increase If you word we have to watch this gain from year tojj say Are you you will become intensely in spending your terested in your advertising J money fox ad and how you can make it en vertising in haplarge your business hazard fashion If you try this method we as if intended believe you will not want to for charity or do you adver let a single issue of this paper I tise for direct results go to press without Did you ever stop to think from your store somethinKII how your advertising can beWe will be pleased to ha eII made a source of profit to you call on us and we you and how its value can betake pleasure in explaining measured in dollars and our annual contract for soii inches and how it can beIiI cents If you have not you many are throwing money awayused in whatever amount that I Advertising is a modern seems necessary to you brainess necessity but must If you can sell goods over be conducted on business the counter we can also show principles If you are not you why this paper will best satisfied with your advertising serve your interests when you you should set aside n certain want to reach the people of amount of money to be spent this community i 1A Money to Burn VIf you have money to burn Keep it in the house where it may be burned lost or stolen but if you want to keep it safely where it will always be for you when needed deposit it with us A bank ii will give you a better business standing in iirendy community and a prestige that you may never have enjoyed before If your name is not on our books wo will be pleased to see it there before the close of the year 1908 r THE HAZEL GREEN BANK arr J == r o The L60meJr CiivrsyouI the reading matter la a 4 ieprwhich you have the greatest Ia + Iueveryissuet should head your list of newspaper and periodical subscriptionse A BOOK O- FMYSTERY IS The Veil BY f Mary Harriott NorrIs 12mo Cloth 300 pojca SliSQ Order of Your Bookseller or the Publisher t RICHARD G BADGERI ubBOS1t0ala fw sr You Read the 1 1tt Other Fellows Ad fi fitt You are reading this one i That should convince you that advertising in these columns is aprofitable prop osition that it will bring business to your store The fact that the other ti ti fellow advertises is probtably the reason he is getwting more business than is tfalling to you Would it l i not be well to give the j 1 other fellow 1b chance y To Read Your A W HI SB ri llilTi EMM yffJ y Wvinr ww i vk r tt 1IrIrtA4tN f Lwrr- t J i A- i 4 y Vt- N J aI 1 JI = IH IALfl- I Mr and Mrs H E Onoy spent Sundaywith Mrs F N Day I Miss Stolla Bioknoll is this week assisting Mrs R H Patton in the bank Miss Nancy Sample and Mrs R HPatton spent last Thursday in Jackson Mrs Lou Day has received a 6 monthe old green parrot which will soon chatter to the guests Mrs J D Henry and Mrs Jerry Murphy of Ezel attended the dedication services here Saturday Casher R H Patton nud Post master Sam Kash are this week J taking in the State Fair at Louisville An infant child of Ira Day and wife of Lacy creek died Saturday night and was buried Sunday aft ernoon R J MoLin and family return ed Saturday from a two weeks vis it at Mr MoLins father at Rose Hill Va Jeff Rose of Lacy creek a few days since sold to John M Rose 10 head of nice young cattle at 18125 0 F Kash has been quite ill for a week past but his attending physician states that he is some better now- Clarence Maxey with the Ball Warfield Drug Co Ironton Ohio was in town Tuesday a guest of the Day House Henry Matlock of McMillen Hazen Co Knoxville Term was in town this week a guest of the Day House Ada Lou the 4yearold child of Mr and Mrs Dave Jackson died Sunday night of some throat trou ble and was buried Monday Dr G M Center and family and Boone Center and family attend ed the Baptist Association at Mo Causey from Friday until Sunday tRev J M Little will preach at Rose Chapel on Lacy creek Sun day at 11 oclock in the morning and all are invited to attend the services FOB RENTMy house and lot in Hazel Green For particulars see Wm Clark Hazel Green or write to J W CRAVEN 52tf Frankfort Ky W G Lockhart dentist is again in his office at Campton and will be until Nov 15th People want ing dental work should call and see him 00 Charley Sample last week open ed a 4foot vein of coal on his farm on Lacy creek which is part can nel and part bituminous and burns very fine There is no slate mixed with it- Mrs Robert Cecil left Monday ti i for the Cincinnati millinery mar ket where she is to buy a fall stock for her sister Miss Falny Long She was accompanied by Mrs Mat tio Wilson of Cannel City Kelly Kash of Jackson prose outing attorney of this district is visiting the family of his brother Sam Kash and recuperating for his duties in Wolfe Circuit court which convenes next Monday Frank Cecil and wife of Grassy I Creek when coming to the dedication n did not forget the editor and i his better seveneighths but Lrot 3 3afine head of cabbage for which they have our thanks j FOR SALE Good farm of 75 aores 9 miles south of aft Sterling Good 7room dwelling house ten ant house tobacco barn and all r War address J H WILSON 53 Wiuu u 4streot J Mt Sterling Ky John W Craven and family of y hFrankfort arrived here yesterday a and John says he thinks he will now make this his permanent 4 home He says he has tried Hazel Green three different times and he has always found it the best town he over abide jn and therefore fit will thu tmttickrit out I fuAt i JOrllj 7j i J41 V J ilJj 11tj i Ji t l The fJ eilcitiM Saturday was c red letter day in the history of Hazel Green As per previous announcement the Helen E Moses Memorial or boys dormitory and the Ford Industri al Building were dedicated the services beginning promptly at 10 oclock a m First on the program was a talk from Mrs A M Harrison who re viewed the work of Hazel Green Academy since it passed into the hands of the C W B Min which she complimented the citizentt for their faithfulness and paid a high tribute to the young people who have availed of its advantages Mrs Anna R Atwater recently elected presidbiit of the National C W B M then addressed the aesmblage her thbme being God Thought of You a subject to which she did full justice point ing in her word painting to the fact that man had been able to harness tho lightning of tho heav ens and convert it to the use of the present and all future genera tions of the human kind That through all God was the Giver of all these things and had enlight ened man through education as to their use She dwelt at length upon the beauties of education and impressed all with the earnest ness in which she handled her subject Especially did she refer to the development of Eastern Kentucky morally intellectually and materially and her address imbued all with an ambition to- go onward and upward until they might exclaim Excelsior She was followed by Carl Quick sail a bright young student of the academy in behalf of the stu dent body who had many encomiums for the noble work of the CWDMIn Stephen G Sample a disciple of Blackstone and a pop ular young man and politician of our county town Campton then spoke of the high appreciation in which all students or graduates of the academy held the academy especially showing the universal love of the alumni in whose be half he spoke He was followed by Greenberry Stamper county attorney and a prominent lawyer who made the broad assertion that Hazel Green Academy is the best school loca ted in the best county and in the best state of a galaxy of 48 bright ones in the United Stales Hon W 0 Mize then gave a short talk on the founding of the school and the sotequent noble work of theCWBM The vast assemblage then repaired to the boys rr dormitory or Helen E Moses Memorial when that building was dedicated to God in one of the most impressive prayers by Mrs Atwater that ever emanated from human lips in which she paid a most magnificent and eloquent tribute to her predecessor the lamented Mrs Helen- E Moses whose memory all lovers of the school will revere as long as life lasts Then the crowd wore invited to the Industrial building where Bro Derthick led in a beautiful prayer after which one of the Misses Ford who with her mother and sister donated the 10000 to endow the building pressed a button which started the dynamo and set the other machinery in the building- In motionThis the ceremonies of the day but our description of all events is inadequate Only those who were present and there was an immense throng can have an idea of tho impressiveness Sankey Memorial Service A very interesting service was held Sunday last at Bethel church in memory of the lute T D Sank ey many of his songs were sung and a sketch of his life and work was given A short sermon was preached the pastor from 2nd Sam uel oh 19 v 85 Can I hear any more the voice of singing men Over the pulpit was a wreath of beautiful flowers with a picture of the departed one The service was repeated oti Wednesday by the choir r t DRINK Wo1NBCOTrrS POP r4r t r t 1 PihrJ p i N 1t 4 I iji f K I MiflifiiiigSfaS Mardtififj JtolfBg bat dntightbr of toe late Attorney J B Mnrcum died at tfazard on Thursday week and WaR brought to Jackson Friday for burial She was 17 years old und was a talent ed musician and was the favorite of her father H A Lame manager for the Richmond Cooperage Co with his assistant Charley Hurt and the latters lion left Wednesday for Richmond on business But they will return Monday and Mr La rue says he will perhaps work an additional force George Sondifer who was with John H Rose last week resigned his position and Saturday left for Lexingtop Ho will be succeeded we understand by A J Daven port of Illinois a gentleman who comes very highly recommended as a workman and a good citizen withal A D Lykinp nttorney of Camp ton on Fridny morning filed suit against Smith and Allen mer chants of Lee City in favor of wholesale creditors alleging that they were selling and disposing of their goods with intent to defraud attachmentsI i goods of the defendants taken charge of by the sheriff Our friend Noise Nickell has the thanks of the editor and his better seveneighths for a sweet potato weighing 3f pounds of the Red Spanish variety which is very much of a frunk At first glance it looks like five large potatoes piled nr butushnd in one bulk when in reltyidly uu indenture sepa rates them It is beautiful to look upon but will be more beautiful when it takes table use Frank Phillips who was some time ago burned out of all his household effects through the ef forts of his good friends not only regained about what he lost but last week he bought a farm on Beaver in Menifee county about 75 acres and says he will now start life with more encouragewent than he ever before had At the same time he says ho feels the obliga gations to all who so generouefy helped him in his distress and hopes to show them by hie future conduct that he does appreciate it and mayhap may sometime be able to reciprocate CAMPION CURRENCY 0G W Sally of Stillwater was in town yesterday on business Hon A F Byrd of Winchester was in town Thurs ay and Friday of last week G B Stamper county attorney attended Esq Hollons court on Holly last Friday Prof E EWhiteside has resign ed his position as principal of K W A and Prof G v Allen has been appointed in his place George Center of 8tillwaterand Ola Miller of Devils Creek went went to Lexington last week and enrolled in school at Kentucky State University A large number of Camptons candidates for county offices as well as a number of their friends attended the funeral meeting on Gillmore last Sunday Born to the wife of James Rey nolds Sept 5 n boy to the wife of Rev J M Matthews Sept 18 a boy and to the wife of Cougo Wireman Sept 11a girliH A LaRue of Richmond manager of the Richmond Cooperage Co also Chas Hirt of Hazel Green in the employ of the same company were in town yesterday on business and stopped at the Combs House Henry Lindon colored of Days boro was brought before Esq S F Allen of this place Thursday of last week charged with the mur der of Desko Adams He was released upon an examination of the charge by the Court The oil well drilled by Marshall it Spencer on the Ward Watson farm yesterday proved tobe dry This firm will at once begin drill p 4 tlb lgt lift the GW Lovolafid plaoB on lStillwater where they already have a derrick completed Mort Barker of Rocky Branch in this county while in town Sat urday night was shot through the neck by some one concealed in the shade of Cannoys livery stable It is not known who did the shooting as Barker had no known ene mies It is thought ho will get well although the wound is a dan gerous ono Sept l5 S S Huttonpnrtiea campaign at rallie barbecues picnics etc Write n postal for price list and frte samples Address J ItI BURROW 033 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky Fine Farm for Sale I nflrr fur sale my farm located In Mor gan niiulv Ky nti lllackwater one mile south of Kel A good dwelling with ten rooms halls ninl penrelies There N one drilled well and three welled wells eiiHi furnishing an abundance of water right In the yard All the outbuildings necessary Including barns cribs Ac 100 Acres of Virgin Timber A FINE ORCHARD OF FRUITS- I will sell the 400 ACRES ax a whole or divide to suit purchaser The place Is well watered and fenced in a good neighbor hood has a good pair of stock scales and Is within one mile of a good school house on each of two sides with telephone In the house Indeed everything Is convenient Any one wishing a good home should call and get my price before buying John D IIEXIIY- 524tn Murphy Ky miSS Falag lOng THE MILLINER HAZEL GREEN KY Invites the ladies of Hazel Green and vicinity to call and inspect the latest creation in Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats Frames Flowers Feathers Ribbons Etc just received from her Cincinnati buyer and embracing latest out Ladles Beadymanef 8 e SRirtsk- in Voile Panama and Linen Readymade Waists a specialty in Silk nnd Wash Goods Latest in Belts and Col lars including a tasty collection Underwear Hosiery Embroidery Laces o in great profusion Your patronage is respect fully solicited Respectfully FALAY LONG Sonic say J am too high Prove the truth give me a try Como in and see me and I will surprise you Have me fix your teeth and if you are not satis fied I lose Aint that fair J H STAMPER Dentist Hazel Green Ky THINKING OF MOVING WEST It not then make up your uilnil and write me for descriptive list of forms in Missouri productive the inn at prices running from 11 In 40 nil nere and cone where lite IU made loler able by easy pnofitrble funning Why sweat and fret Hie away in the vuln ellorl to eke nut a mere miserable Mislunance from the roek ribbed rootlured hillsides us your fro ther and fathers father did when there U so much good hind to be lied yet awhile for a mere song P Get rut of the ruin break away from the timeworn hnblt tilt keep takesleand let uie help you to a belter condition I N PHIPPS Cfianiife Kansa- sDR I C H WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Offers 1 his profesllonal services to the citi caunltry r tt f to t t misses maD1e ana Trog announce to tho ladies of town and surrounding vicinity that theynow have ill stock their new and fresh spurt Slimmer PwHaving spent several days in one of the most fashionable wholesale mil lincry emporiums in the metropolis of Louisville they feel amply able to please tho most fastidious tastes oven in extremes cases They also have a select Iline of LADIES FURNISHING GOODS such as Collars Belts Cloves Etc t F In addition to the Millinery Business we have a DRESS MAKING DEPARTMENTt- o which we give our customers the hest advantage and from our line of literature with illustrations the best styles can be seen and used Vn nre located one dcor west of tho pontoflico Cull and see our stock for yourself Thanking you for your patrnnago during tho punt sea sson and hoping to merit its cnnlinnniire vo are respectfully ot MAPEL TROY Kash JohnsonKashDEALERS General Merchandise COUNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY Invito the attention of the poopl of Hazel Green and vicinity to the now stock of goods they hove just received embracing general stores Staple and Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoes Clothing Fruits and Vegetables in season Farmers Hardware c and especially their Shield Brand Clothing Dress Goods Latest Prints Domestics beingQuickhope to merit by fair dealing wo are respectfully yours Kash Johnson Kash I uptodateLiveryI Lookout foraCECIL BROS new advertisement whichwill appear next weekperhaps Sam Kash of the firm Kash L Sample says they are selling goods so fast and are kept so busy that they have no time to write an advertisement and he says if they had a new ad they would have to hire another as sistant for which they can not make room with the goods In Presidential Year 1908 Those Who Want the TRUTH Should Read ttAn Independent Newspaper THE EVENING POST DURING TILE YEAR 1008 COSTS LESS THAN ONE CENT A DAY J KentuckyGovernors From Isaac Shelby to Augustus E Wlllson nttlneBEveryJUST Ort TIlE IHKSS IIs the new Kentucky map Engraved eipecUlly for tho Evening Toil at a cost of SIno KentucksI pictures of all the Presidents of the United States Rulers and Flats of all nations steamship route statistical data In addition to the above there are nine 4 Alaskalate infurtuation 4 8UBBCII1IIE11SI bymallbymall n bestketI refortA newspaper for the home The Evening Post LOUISVILLE KY Special Price On Alias aid Eyeilij rt WitM This alter i tf it1r7 irr1lrcr rrr i 1 r ri pj J S1J i f 1tatta t IrtSS TL ty i j I1p i Pain w Weakens Headache rheumatism neuralgia or pains of any nature weaken the sys tem they are a strain up 011 the nerves Almost r instant relief can be ob 1 tained by taking Dr Miles AntiPain Pills and with out any had aftereffects Take one on first indica tion of an attack it will rward it offrrlwy are a pleasant little tablet sold yby druggists everywhere 25closes 25 cents never sold in bulk I wns subject to ronstnnt head nchcx for a period of four years At tlmos I won almost unfitted for tho work In which I nm engaged that of Ftatlon nuont Through the ndvlco of n friend I tried Dr Stiles Anti Pain Pills and the result has been that I havo entirely eradicated my w system of those continuous hcadnchca that follow a continual mental strain t They hove done for mo nil that la claimed for them 0 L nUSSELL Agt C N W Ry Battle Creek la I have used Dr plies Antl Pain Pills for a year now for neuralgia nnd find there la nothing Ilka them They surely have been n ble slnir to mo Jlns M J HAMILTON Upper Alton Ills i Your druggist sells Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills and we authorize him to return the price of first package only o If It falls to benefit you Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind A PROMPT EFFECTIVE REMEDY FOR ALL FORMS OF RHEUMATISMLumbapo Kidney Trouble and Kindred Dlcoaoa GIVES QUICK RELIEF Applied externally It affords almost Instant relief from pain while permanent results are being effected by taking It In ternally purifying the blood dissolving the poisonous substance and removing from thesystemDR D BLAND Of IJrewton Co tviitril Mllad been a luBrrer ro anumberof years wim LumbiKO and Itheumttlim In my arms sad leg end tried all the remedies that 1 could either tram medical wotk and alto consulted stub a number of the beet plijilelantI but found nothing that tm the relief obtainedl from liall prescribe It in 10 praetles tar JJUIo and kindred dlleaSL DR C L GATES Hancock Sllnn writes- Allttleglrlberehad I sucba neakb beatii6a bj Khmmallim and Kidney Troubl bat abe could not stand on brr feet The moment tber but ber downoan5 aoorshe wouldI cream withI todayrhftrtinirfmnililu JtIlt prescribe5lMtOV for It in toy practice FREEti If you are suffering with Rheumatism Lumbago Sciatica Neuralgia Kidney Trouble or any kindred disease write to us for a trial bottle of DROPS PURELY VEGTABLE a DROPS Is entirely free from opium cocaine morphine alcohol laudanum and other similar Ingredients Large sire acme SIIIIOP8 8OO Dote plotr For Satebr UrucfUU r SWANSON RHEUMATIC CURE COMPANY Dept4a 1r4 Lake Btrwt Chicago TREESFruit and Ornamental Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Oui Strawberry Plants are iuoneymakers Try em WRITE FOR FREE CATALOG WE HAVE NO AGENTS H F HILLENMEYER SONS LEXINGTON KY KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS f WITH DrBKings New Discovery FOR cougLDSIS J ICWoo Trial BoWe Frae- a AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUASANTEEDSATIBPACTOBOIL B F BOLIN- GUNDERTAKE s CAMPTON KYC y NFORJI3 the citizens of Wolfe apt 9 j the adjoining counties that he carrie en line of Coffins Caskets Burial Clothe Sjt and everything necessary to put awa yftha dead in decent style 1 vSjSieclal caskets supplied on 2 + jChourB notice finest made if ordered tiTeamaandbackefurnishedfunoralati sL c- I h e I t J r A KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collared and Concise Chronicled- At a meeting of the Pike county tear of education recently it was jsccrtnlne that there were fifteen districts in the county without school houses At Juntion City Dr Uenjnmen Durham shot and killed John Wright The men had p difficulty about five years ago and Wright shot Durhams foot off The grand jury of Mason county re fused to indict John Uruist who killed his father several weeks since near Minerva while the father was abusing Mr Drulie Jolla llobinfon who is engaged iin hunting for pearls in the streams of Bourbon county found a curiousity iin Stone creek a genuine pure pearl formed in the shape of a minnow Two stacks of hay and foity Acres of bluegrass on the farm of John Hall iIn Scott county was destroyed by fire because of drouth The dry grass caughl from sparks of pasting engines Fire at Paint Lick in Garrardcouuly recently caused n loss estimated al 100000 Seven stores one hotel th American todarco companys warehousi and several other buildings were destroy edaAt the Kentucky veneer works in Louisvillfl Fdward Tellman a 14yeai boy was caught between two pieces oj machineryand injured so badly that il was necessary to amputate his right lei just above the knee In digging a sewer on Winslow street in Lexington workmen uncovered a rich vein of barytes and lead ore The vein runs north and south and leads into the grounds of the State University It is regarded as an unusually valuable find A worthless dog caused a murder it Letcher county last week While past ing the house of Jerry Meade Harry McFall was attacked by Meades dogand he opened fire on it Mcade returned lire and McFnll fell mortally wounded Clell Smith a farmer who lived six miles west of Mt Vernon in Rockcastlt county was assassinated one day last week in the woods where he bud gone with his team to haul wood The inquest showed that Smith had been shot in the left side with a shotgun bun known parties Henry Bennett a tobacco buyer and farmer of Dycusburg Crittenden county who was unmerciful whipped with thorn switches by night riders a few months ago has moved to Jeffrrsonville Ind and will file suit against his allegedas sailant for damages in the United Statei Court at Louisville It is reported that he will sue for 50000 Not satisfied with trying to control the tnbacco industry in Caldwell county the night riders are branching out and it seems to bl their plan to keep the farm ers from raising any crops Harvey McDonell an old farmer received a waaning not to make up his sorghum crop under penalty of a visit from the lawless band- Wallace Jones a farmer residing a short distance north of Boaz in Grave county was found lying alongside the 1 C tracks dead with his throat cut Hi had left Boaz shortly after darken routE home and bad considerable money on bh person but none was found on the bod and robbery is said to have been the pur pose The Harrodsburg Herald tells ofIIt voracious horse in that locality Mrs J H Brown was out feeding the chicken when she heard a noise in the house ant knowing that there was no one at home but herself went back to investigate am found that the family nag which wa pastured in the yard had entered thI dining room and eaten everything that bAd been placed on the table fo supperThe Take the Kinks Out I have used Dr Kings Nov Life Pills for many years with increasing satisfaction They takt the kinks out of stomach liver and bowels without fuss or friction says N H Browu of Pittfield Vt Guaranteed satisfactory by all dealers 25p I SCIATICARHEUMATISM RHEUMATISMBACKACHE PAIN IN CHEST i INiSTOMACH If rw4fre BEllqgies BugglCSll Tile citizens of Hazel Green and thii 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 han die anything but firstclass buggies and those who want cheap claptraps will have to go elsewhere 86TRemember if you want a FIRST CLASS BUGGY one that will give satisfaction in comfort and wear Icar supply you Call and see mo at my shop in Hazel Green Respectfully JOHN H ROSE GEORGE RICE UNDERTAKERHAZEL I have several fine Coffins in my shop and am prepared to make any style to order and on the most reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse and will attend all burials when so requested Public patronage is respectfully solicited 25tf GEO RICE TnO winonostofi s Bank I IWINOHESTER KY I N H WITHEUSPOON President rata Up Capital r 10000000 Undivided Profit t 11000000 Hnndfome Deposit of u govdr i i i 30000000 This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and bur toes men generally throughout East era Kentucky and offers its custom ers every faculty and the mostliberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking loct2ly REVOLVING COSTS YrLESS PERWRITEMILEFDRSAMPLE 3 1S1frnGDE KAIAILU KAKSASCITYMa a Steel Web Picks Fenci Cheaper Than Wood The lowest priced good substantial lawn and gar I den fence built Write for I catalog of lawn field hog I and poultry fencing I DEKALB FENCE COI DeKalb Ill Kansas Cry Mo For sale by C H LOWE ARCH Practical Well Driller Ezel Ky t mountgood people of Morgan and Wolfe He is well equipped for the business and has given Butimuetion in all cases Ask any I drilledIAUCH UHILDKU8 Ezel Ky TMou Met Wall See A Republican cousin of Assistant Auditor C E Boco sends him the following from Chicago whic leads the popular Judge to opinion that the Republicans throughou the country are realizing more and more how hopeless their fight against the people and Bryan in Nouember PUBLIC BALE Our lease with Unole Sam haying practically expired and having decided to quit business and retire to private life we the undersign ud will offer at public sale our residence at the Capitol in Wash ington D C commencing on the 4th day of November 1908 the following described property to wit One elephant about forty five years old i one financial panic old enough to wean and sired bj the gold bugs and damned by everybody one Republican plat form good as new but somewhat moss worn i one big stick slightly impaired by ovorwork i one Re publican machine the same being somewhat out of repair i one fi nancial system well supplied with clearing house certificates and A little cash i 5000000 Teddy bears old dinner pails and other articles too numerous to mention ovary body regardless of party affili ations or previous political servi tude is invited to attend this sales It is expected that most of the ar ticles herein mention will be bid ou by stand patters but every thing will be sold and on the square there will be no bybidders Possession of articles will be giv en March 4 1909 Roast cow will be served on the grounds by the Young Mans Re publican Club The sale will positively take place ou the date men tioned above regardless of the weatherSigned Col Rockefeller Col Morgan Col Harriman managers gop John R Walsh Clerk ROBBINS ROAMINOS o ranville Day is closing his tim ber job here L Pratt is attending court at Jackson this week Everybody is busily engaged in saving fodder Corn is pretty fair in this section Mrs C W 1 Puhwho has been very sick for some time is slowly improving Rev C W I Pugh will attend the funeral of the wife of Elihu Clemmons on South Quicksand next Sunday James Muir is nearing the completion of his stave job hero which has been furnishing employment for about 200 men James Duff the K L V fore man is at Jackson today to meet General Manager Enright to dis cuss business matter Calvin Pugh and family will start this afternoon for the bed side of Mrs Pughs mother who is very sick in Menefee county The Kentucky Lumber and Ve neer Co have completed their tim ber job here and are preparing to remove their works to Georgia Some of our men are expecting to go with them Sept 12 OLD RACY S W Havens has the thanks of the editor and his better seven eighths for a box of fine tomatoes PD RMi LES ANTIPAIN PILLS FORINEURALGIA SLEEPLESSNESS CHILDERS Headache ir t Dont W rryIjI 10- JIf you are sick dont worry but begin at one to make yourself well To do this we but repeal i the words of thousands of other sufferers from I womanly ills when we s- ayTAKECARDUJ I I I 1 1 i 1 It Will Help You For 50 years this wonderful female remedy Krifc been benefiting sick women Mrs Jennie Merrick of Cambridge City Ind says I suffered greatly 1 with female trouble and the doctors did no good They wanted to operate but I took Cardui and it made me feel like a new woman I am stillusing this wonderful medicine with increasing relief11 p IAT ALL DRUG STORES TRY TOUR LUCK poovooo9Oowoo 000bocce00000000000ooo + oooooooooooo tOO 000000 OOUOOOOOOOOU 25 in Free Presents ooooooooooooooOOOOOOIOOOOOOoooooo + oooooooooo0000000000000 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 give its subscribers 2500 in useful articles such as watches and chains razors combination handy tool hol1erc 1 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 5100 a year in advance and every subscriber is enticled to one estimate Old subscribers who pay up arrearages and oneyear in advance 1 are also entitled to one estimate The one who sends Jj in the closest estimate will receive a gold plated watch andtchain 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 distinct Then enclose 100 with the coupon and mail to this office These coupons will be filed and the day alter the 1 election a disinterested committee will take charge of them and determine who is entitled to the presents The Presents That Will Be Awarded 00plated10 s The person making the second closest estimate will receive Q Ph American watch good time piece and aluminum fob UiUU The person making the third closest estimate will receive auq PQ American made razor as good as any ever produced fitUU 0atI 0 The person making the fifth nearest estimate of the total 1160rvote at the primary gets a razor of the same kind The person making the sixth nearest estimate to the totalII100vote cast will receive a combination pocket tool case BASIS UPON WHICH TO MAKE ESTIMATE Y sisfcThe total Democratic vote polled in the Congressional el ection of 1000 was 879 and in the Governors election of RIOT Mr Hager received a total of 809 votes thet fform Name but make out I yourestimatePostofficeI on any clean Estimate Statebit1 of paper iOOOlooooooooooooooooooootOOOOOOlooooooooooooooooJ figures plain J M Send your estimate and your dollar to this office and we will 1 ake care of both Sincerely yours SPENCER COOPER t 4- d II Y 1 If you havef HeadacheTry I 4w 0 r JOL They Relieve1 Pain AiIr QUickly leaving noA 4 t I bad Aftereffects i 7fWk J F 125 Doses 25 CentsMM Ncver Sold J181kt t hr r- tt