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J y 11 f tIer y J t i L t J i 4- tti 4S tA f lxy 1 M r vti d I J r Y if 7s Rj- ri 4 t1JH r u 1 4r i 11 a- r s waif rtr ri r THE IIAtIL GREEN HERALD0 Established Marc 418S6 Made Famous in the Story of V Jonathan and His Oontinentby Max ORoll === 0rjriBPENCEH Owner And OrrIIT1eOldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated jujdJflost Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 100 a Year in r AdvancerlTWENTYFOURTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY no THURSDAY OCTOBER 1 1908 Railwayfvt Time Table In EiiectJnne 21 1908 f WEST BOUND No1 Noa No6 It STATIONS Dally ex Dally and Sunday Sunday Sunday only JI AMLve PMLve AMLveC qJackson 6 10 am I 2 20 pa 700 am t OKJnnct 6 16 pm 2 25 pm 705 am i Beattyye Jo 7 07 am 3 20 pm 754 am Torrent 7 30 am 3 41 pm 815 am Nat Bride 745 am 3 58 pm 826am I Campton n 748 am 3 67 pm 828 amt Stanton l 8 16 am I 4 26 pm 854 am Clay City I 8 25 em 4 35 pm 902 am LEJnnen 900am 507pml003am Winchester 9 12 am 6 20 pm 1012 am 1 tLexton ar 9 65 am IJ 05 pm 1025 am is EAST BOUND r No2 t tNo4andDailyBundaySundayIr PM Lye AMLye 2 25 pm 0 LeXington O 7 3t am 2 a8 pmO Wincbeeter 20 8 13 am 2 48 pm LEJunctlon zJ 8 26 pm 360 pm 40 Clay Clty 40 9 02 am 3 58 pm H Stauton144 9 10 am 4 30 pm Campton 38 pm 4 35 pm 57 Nat JuntnI9 43 am 4 47 pm 62 56 am F 6 10 pm 70 BeIUyveJo am I 605 pm 90 OKJuncn 7011017 am- ii 8 10 pm 94 Jaokeon am CONNECTIONS- L E JUNCTION Train Noe 1 and 3 will make connection with the C O Ry for Mt SterllogICAMPTOK JUNCTION Train Nos l 2 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central By for Pine Ridge and Campton BKATTYVIJI JUNCTION Train No2 will make connection at BtattyTille June with the L and A Railway for passengers to and from Beattyville OK JUNCTION Train Nos 3 and 4 connect with the O A K Railway for local station on the O K Railway W A MCDOWELL General Manager OHASSCOTTUen Pa Agent r ontO MeM Beltway Time Table May 21 1905 WESTBOUND No33 e l I No21 Dally ex = STATIONS = Daily ex Sunday I iI I i Sunday PM ABB 0 27 PM ABB 6 20 0 Cannel City 22 12 35 4 65 11 Helechawa 20 12 19 45 13 Lee Clty 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 5 52 22 Wllhurit 6 11 44 310 27 OAK Junction 0 11 15 3 00 Jackon 11 05 EAST BOUND No 34 k I No22 a Daily ex = STATIONS Dally ei Bunday 1 i Sunday l r AMLVB PM LVE 00M7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 ti 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 I t 8 24 13 Hampton 13 1 44 8 37 10 Wllhurit 20 1 61 9 25 1 OK Junction 22 2 25 1 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 No 21 and 22 will make close connecttoi at O K Junction with NOl 3 and 4 for points on the Lexington aud Eastern Rail way ii L CONLEY Superintendent mountain OntraIa nallroaa No 1 No 2 DEPABT AKB1VE 000 a mCampton1180 a m 200 p m Campion C00pm No2No1tAURIVE DEPART 7 amCampn JunclO 05 am 880 pmCampu Juno 4 40 pm Tho Mountain Central makes connection with all L E passenger trains r 3 3JS HEHRY4N Y Y e Headquarter Jackson Ky rBBlBESBNTING THE JOSEPH G REED CO Wholesale Dry Goods and Notions OHIOr1East a ern KentuckYtand and quality of good Hold orders for him iij 4 rE T BOSK S O SAMPLE h ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and OounselorsatLaw i CAMPTON KY rfJIif This firm will practice in all the Oourta- ii W of Wolfe and adjacent countiea Special attention given to Corporation Law and 1 teal Batata IJtJton Jini OAoMnBeeead Floor Ftfmtff u4 I Ind117 r j 1 j iH 1114 Killed By Train at Louisville A report received last night from Louisville stated that Tom Cock tell the real originator of tho famous Hargis Cockroll MarcuTi Cox feud wine run over last night in Louisville and died later of his injuriesA was asked for by a Louisville paper and was fur nished by Hon IV F Klair and Jailer W J Ahern This description tallied exactly with that of the dead man and this coupled with other data convinced the Louisville that it was really Tom Cookrell who was thrown off the train at Thirtyfirst street and Clevelandavenue lost night Tho man who was killed had ar rived in Louisville from Dakota yesterday morning and had gone to the home of Mr Rawlins whom he knew at 8117 Portland avenue Coming down town last night with one of the Rawlins boys they both got drunk Returning about 9 oclock they jumped a freight train at the cor ner of Cleveland avenue and Thir tyfirst street In attempting to get off the train Cockrell was thrown under the train and crushed to death Rawlins in attempting to save him had his leg bro ken Cockroll was taken to St Mary and Elizabeth Hospital and died about a quarter of 12 oclock Tom Cockibll started the Hurgiff Cockrell feud in 1004 when he shot Bun Hargis in a quarrel over a card game in a blind tiger near Jackson Cockrell was later ac quitted and tbis caused illfeeling between tho two families The following June Jim Cockrell was shot fromthe window of the Jackson court hpQseTjtnd mortally wounded He wasbreught to Lox iugtou where he died in a short time This killing was followed in a short time by the murder of Dr B D Cox and Attorney J B Mnrctim Curt Jett was tried and received a life sentence each for the murder of Marcum and James Cockrell Ed Callahan and James Hargis were tried as accessories but were acquittedTom has not been in Lexington for over a year and when last heard from was running a billiard ball in Beattyville The description of the dead man fol lows About 5 feet 10 inches tall i spare and slender figure i veighs about 145 pounds i has red hair gray or blue eyes and looks to be about 80 years old This description tallies exactly with the description given by Mr Klair and Mr Ahern of Cookrell and it is thought beyond a doubt that the dead man is Cookrell Cockrell is known to be a drink lug man and it was during one of these sprees that he killed Ben Hargis At one time he ran a sa loon on the corner of Deweese and Carrol streets here in Lexington LexiugtonHbHld ld 7ln Had a Close Call Mrs Ada L Croom tho widely known proprietor of the Groom Hotel Vaughn Miss says For several months suffered with a se vere cough and consumption seemed to have its grip on me when a friend recommended Dr Kings New Discovery I began taking it and three bottles affected a com plete cure The fame of this life saving cough and cold remedy and lung and throat healer is worldwide Sold at all dealers 150- 0aiM100 L Trial bottle free Mr and Mrs A p Dye and laughter returned Sunday from a weeks visit with their daughter Mrs G Q Maun at Dafc Thoy- alapapepLFattof thel timaat Wei lJiDgton and otberAearbytoyJaa i z 1i1 A Word to Democrats We wish to call the attention of our Democrat friends in Ken tucky to what we believe to be the grave danger that Kentuckys elec toral vote may be lost to Mr Bry an through overconfidence and lack of organization We havo no doubt a majority a large majority of the white voters of Kentucky will vote for tho Democratic electors nor havo we the slightest doubt that a fair propor tionof the negroes of the State will voto for those electors On a full fair honest vote Kentucky will go Democratic this year by a decisive morjority If there is proper or ganization if the full vote is got ten out if the people are made to understand the necessity for every Democrat going to the polls the State is as safe for Bryan as is Mississippi or Louisiana But it is well for us to look the facts in the face and in our opinion there is danger unless there is thoroughor ganization of the State going Re publicanFor first time the State Ad ministration and every city of the first or second class except in Fay with the single exception of Lex ington is Republican The Re pnblicatiH have a majority of the State Bpard of Election Commis sioners in every county where there is a city of the first or second class except in Fayette count They have control of the police and fire men in Louisville Paducah Cov ington and Newport Republicans fill every Federal office in Ken uaky Thep ostmasters assistant stersLmail carriers Collect ors of Internal Revenue store keepers gaugers Uuited States marshals deputy marshals disrict attorneys and Federal judges i re all Republicans and willing to give their best services contribute of their money and some to use their offices to the very limit to cairy Kentucky for Judge Taft The Democrats have no source from which they can secure cam paign funds except the voluntary contributions of private citizens The Republicans have the revenues of the Federal officeholder of the State Administrtion and of the city administrations of Louisville and all the cities of the class but Lexington upon which to levy for their funds and have a compact well disciplined organization held together by the cohesive power of pie to see to the collection and expenditure of these funds It is not well for us to deceive ourselves with the idea that we have a walkover We know prom out Republicans in the East are looking with interest to Ken uokys vote with the expectation of havigit it counted for Mr Taft and that desperate efforts will be made to verify their expectations It is scarcely eight weeks till the election scarcely ten days till tho registration in all cities in which registration is required un dot the law Plans have been made by the leaders and chairman of the Democratic committee to begin active work and form effective organization in every county and ev ery precinct We urge the Demo orate throughout the State to lend their aid immediately Bud take part in carrying the State over whelmingly for the Democratic ticket Lexington Herald Would Mortgage the Farm A farmer on rural route 2 Em pire Ga W A Floyd by name says Bucklens Arnica Salve cured the two worst sores I ever saw ono on my hand and one on my leg It is worth more than its weight in gold I would not be without it if I had to mortgage the farm toget it Only 250 at all dealers PRINK WAIIs19CDTTflPOP w VANITY OF THE GREAT A Woman Indictment of Masculine Celebrities Vanity said tho husband as his wife tried on her new outfit before the cheval glass vanity tho curse of little minds But the lady who was literary ran for her notebook Vanity is the sign of a little mind is it she cried Well listen to this This is from Gibbons di aryAnd she read I am the greatest historian that ever lived No one can equal me in thisdirectionOr she went on from a letter that John Ruskin wrote to Alexander Mitchell What in the devils name have you to do with either Mr Gladstone or Mr Disraeli You are students at the university and have no more business with politics than you have with rat catching Had you over read ten words of mine with under standing you would have known that I care no more for Mr Disraeli or Mr Gladstone than for two old bagpipes with the drones going by steam but that with Carlyle I stand we two alone in England for God queenOr Hugos fa mous letter to Bismarck The giant greets the giant the foe the foe the friend the friend I hate theo furiously because thou hast humbled France I love thce because I am greater than thou art Thou wert silent when the bell in the tower of my fame struck my eightieth year I speak when the stolen clock on my writing table un willingly announces to thee that thou hast entered the seventies I am eighty Nay I am eight and thou art seven and mankind iis the cipher behind each of us Wore we allied as one man hitory would cease Thou art the body I am the soul thou art the cloud I am tho lightning thou art the might I am the fame Who is greater victor or vanquished Neither The poet is greater than either for ho cele brates both Closing her notebook the lady returned to the mirror Dont talk to me about vanity after that she said Cincinnati Enquirer Considerable Difference The young man had gone to Greenby for the summer for the pupilsWhenthe town hall he sent tickets to the Greenby Clarion the editor of which promised him a good notice At the close of the recital the edi tor sought the musician and said cordiallySuch an exhibition as youve giv en is enough to whet the ambition of all our yonng folks and I shall say so in my notice Tho musician thanked him but owing to a slight mistake on the part of the typesetter he found it hard to be as grateful the next day when he read Such an exhibition as this young man who has come among us gave this afternoon was enough to wet the ambition of every boy and girl iin townYouths Companion Easy Enough A noted mathematician consider ed by many a wonder stopped at a hotel in a small town in Missouri As usual in such places there were a number of drummers on hand There was also a meeting of some medical men at the place who used the hotel as headquarters One of the doctors thought it would be quite a joke to tell the mathema tician that some of tho M Ds had concluded to kidnap him and take out his brains to learn how it was he was so crood in mathematics He was then asked by them what he was going to do about it lIe replied Why I shall simply go on without brains just as you doctors are doing The Three Rs Sir William Curtis Bart who was lord mayor of London in 1795 is t generally credited with the author ship of the popular expression The I three Rs readin ritin and rith metic It was upon the occasion I of a city dinner at the time when Dr i Bell and the Quaker Lancaster were behalf of increased edu pleadin for tho poor that Sir William Curtis roso and in a toastjTbet r KEEPING CIGARS FRESH Devices to Prevent Their Moisture From Evaporating Yes sir cigars require care to Jkeep them fresh said a wholesale cigar dealer the other day If goods arc kept in warehouses where there is heat they are bound to dry out more or less although they may be sealed virtually air tight m the individual boxes Steam heat is the hardest on cigars If left exposed at all they dry out very quickly and lose much of their flavor In the big warehouses where large quanti ties of cigars ore stored the job bers have humidors installed They are simply water containers of one stylo or another arranged so that the water is open to the air for evaporation The presence of the water prevents the air from getting too dry for the cigars Even in the big showcases in the jobbers salesrooms the same precaution is taken to prevent the stock from drying out Moisteners made by placing water soaked pads in tin lined wooden boxes arc placed in the compart ments with the boxes of cigars The particuJarIcigars keeps a sponge or some sort of moistener in his showcases with his goods- A brick thoroughly water soaked is good to put in a showcase with cigars The brick is so porous that it will soakup nearly its own bulic in water When a soaked brick iai placed in a showcase the water with in it evaporates slowly just enough to keep the cigars soft If cigars are packed in good tight boxes thev will retain their flavor and the flavor of good cigars comes from thetobacco alone It is a mistake to think that anything else is used to enhance or qualify the flavor of first class tobaccos Its only the poor cigars that are doctoredHow Well with drugs or chem icals The poor qualities of tobacco used in making cheap cigars havent much flavor eo very often the man ufacturers provide an artificial fla vor with various drugs They treat them so they give forth the odor of good tobacco too If youre a smoker youve probably picked up an inexpensive cigar that smelledas if it were made from the best of to bacco When you smoked it you found it contained short filler and sadly lacked the smoking qualities of a cigar made from good tobacco That was a doctored cigar Often cheapcigars look as if they had a glaze on the wrapper and when placed in the mouth the smoker de tects a sweetish flavor These are evidences of drugs As far as I ever perfectIIyNearly all cheap cigars are made of short ffiller that is the inside of the cigars is composed of broken bits of tobacco leaves Only the wrapper and binder are of large perfect leaves In the cheap grades of Spanish and Cuban made cigars there is no binder The small bits are simply inclosed in a single outside wrapper Kansas City Star The Only Shade It was a broiling hot day in the park and those walking therein were well nigh exhausted when a- very stout old lady camo bustling along one of the paths closely fol trompTwicoher but still he followed just behind At last the old lady quite disgusted turnedangrily around and said Look here my man if you dont go away I shall calla policeman The poor fellow looked up at her with a tear in his eye and then remarked For goodness sake mum have mercy and dont call a police man for yere tho ony shady spot in tho park Already Employed- A farmer had a houseful of visi tom and one morning was busily en gaged in killing chickens for dinner Just as he was about to decapitate an old black hen tho house was die covered to bo on fire and a scene of confusion ensued The farmer rush ed hither and thither holding the hen under his arm and doing noth ing whatever toward putting out the tames At length his wife caught sight of him as he was prancing whyheWhy Maria he exclaimed how can I do anvthing Aint I holdin the old black lien For nhcnmatlo fcaA Neuralgia 1llAbDir Kilter TAitl tu4 Nta onW reUy Utt IMft fMh Nyxaariaa U i r Newspaper Writing The MonesBon Pa News says There is a general complaint among older heads in the work that present newspaper writing lacks style and this in fact can not be denied But what is the cause Simply that our colleges universities and high schools are turning out thousands of graduates who are crammed with knowledge without being able to express it worthilyr The News might have added there are thousands who will never be able to write well and somo of them break iuto journalism Gift of expression and practice are necessary to good writing Hav ing the first the newspaper office as tho News implies in its edito rial is the best training school No young man who follows the blun pencil from day to day as his stuff is corrected or out down to meet the requirements of spapo can fail to improve his style But first and most important is the gift of expression Without this a young man should not enter ti journalism with the expectation of achieving distinction College training can not impart the gift HOWS THIS We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by nail Catarrh Cure P J CHENEY 4 CO Toledo O We the undersigned have known FJCheney for the last 15 years and believe 44 him perfectly honorable In all bnitneta transactions aud finarincially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm WALDINO RINNAN MABVIS Wholesale Druggists Toledo UoHalls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and ml1us surfaces of the system Testimonial sent free Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by Druggists Take hails Family Pills for constipation Assassinated in Jacksoi A special from Jackson to the Lexington Gazette dated Sept 20 says Drew Bush a miner was assasiuated at the residence of Abraham Lunta where ho board ed about 8 oclock last night While sitting in his room playying a banjo in the presence Lunts and other members of family an unknown personfi oftthrough an aperture in the 90 the ball piercing the heart of killing him instantly Lunts immediately ran out at the back door of his residence ty where he saw four men retreating 1 one of whom ho said he recognized j as Ewen Bowling who was tried f j I and acquitted two weeks ago on thd charge of killing a brother of Drew Bush Another man is also suspected The suspect was caught and search ed last night and a pistol was found on him containing one empty r chamber of the same calibre hall as the one which killed him I Where Ballets Flew David Parker of Fayette N Y n veteran of the civiTar who lost a foot at Gettysburg says The good Electric Bitters have done ia tt worth more than five hundred dollars to me I spent much money doctoring for a bad case of stomaoh trouble to little purpose I then tried Electric Bitters and they cured me I now take them as a tonic and they keep me strong and well50ti at all dealers 77- A Weather Prophet The editor of a country paper r received the following query Can you tell me what the weather will be next month In reply he Y wroteuIt is my belief that the weather next month will be very much like your subscription The inquirer wondered for an hour what the editor was driving at when he happened to think of thet word unsettled He went the next day and settled his count vII r inI rar- s Mf S4i- A ilt + y ro y y 2JtY tryr 1Y i 1 i + tiu i 1 wR t+ k1L 1fe 17 1 j Tl2L y W Ste 9N iL ri w 7 1I ALEofno n ieconrt clnnn mutter ySPENCER COOPER t Editor HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY Oct 1 1908 DEMOCRATIC TICKET 4 For President sWILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN i of Nebraska ti For Vice President JOHN W KERN of Indiana For Congress Tenth Congressional District AMOS DAVIS of Morgan County For Circuit Judge 23rd Judicial Distric- tJ B WHiTE- ofEstill County For Commonwealths Attorney A H SfA 11 PER of Wolfe coun- tyANNOUNCEMENTSn FOR COUNTY JUDGE CUAUnn Wc are authorized to nn OWAriUU pounce JM Bud SWAN GO as a candidate for the office of Coun ty Judge of Wolfe county subject to 1Jtheaction of the Democratic party o GSNOCKEV We are authorized to an- nounceELIASSHOOKEY as a candidate for the office of County Judge of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic party rI are authorized to announce HOWEWeP HOWE vs a candidate for County Judge of Wolfe county subject tothe action of the Democratic primary R i 1 anLflnUnUm1 HUM as a candidate for the office oi County Judge of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic party t FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK LINDENl ears authorized to announe s J Cesar Linden of Gillmore as a candidate for the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject tto the Democratic primary e ALLENWeI ore authorized to announce G C ALLEN as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic primary o FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK TIITT We lire authorized to announce lUII W S TUTT as a candidate for the office of County Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party lire authorized to announce HANKSWe i T HANKS as a can didate for Clerk of the Wolfe County court subject to tbe action of the Dem ocratic primary CARROLLt We are authorized to an nounce ROUT L OAK BOLL as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Wolfe countYI8ubject to the action of the 0 FOR SHERIFF r SMITH We ore authorized to announce ROY KMITH as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Wolfe county subject to tho action of the Democratic m party I iS announceAI didate for Sheriff of Wolfe county sub ject to tbe action of tbe Democatic party are authorized to an ARNETTWeI FLOYD ABNETT as a candidate forSberiffof Wolfe coun t ty subject to tbe decision of tbe Demo cratic primary S FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to an SIMPLE nounce 8 G SAMPLE of s Campton as a candidate for County Attorney of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic party 0f JAILERfauthorized toannounce DYERWear Dyer as a candidate for the office of Jailer of Wolfe Countysub ject to the action of tbe Democratic par ty FOR ASSESSOR are authorized to announce TYRAWeI B Tyra of Stillwater as a candidate for Assessor of Wolfe county subject to the Democratic primary are authorized to an CENTERWeI JOHN T CENTER as a cnbdidate for Assessor of Wolfe x County subject to the action of the Democratic primary FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT are authorized to an TAULBEEWe JOHN W TAUL BEE as a candidate for County Super intendent of Schoos subject to tbe ac tion of tbe Democratic party Ij are authorized to annouce ONEYWe t Oney of Ifazel Green as SuperintendentsvS V Lot Schools subject to ac n Democratic primary tIfnrF T GROvER CLEVELAND ALLEN is papejVX10 7 3 11 1 t asa candidate for Cirouit Court Clerk and submits his claims to tho Democratic primary Ho was a student of the Hazel Green Ac ademy and graduated from the law department of tho Louisville University at Louisville in May 1007 He has taught public schools in Wolfe county for five years ren dermg satisfaction in all cases and is now teaching in Kentucky Wesleyan Academy at Campton He was admitted to the bar in June 1900 since which he has been a practicing attorney at the Campton bar and among other cases ho won for his clients were three felony causes Indeed all cases entrusted to him have been handled with painstaking attention If elected to the office to which he aspires he hopes to qualify himEelf in his profession but at the same time fulfill every duty incumbent upon him Ho is a young man of good moral character and high integrity has had some experience in the office and being a fine scribe is qualified to fulfill every duty He is indeed one young man of whom it may be said he has no bad traits He dont drink smoke nor swear and if honored with the nomination and election will acquit himself with honor Like the distinguished man for whom he was named the lamented Gruver Cleveland he is poor but ambitious to be a man among men and if he be elected he will ever be grateful to the Democratic party to whom he appeals And THE HERALD takes pleasure in vouching for him as a young man of exceptionally good character Without detriment to any Democrat we ask a fair con sideration of his claim JUDGE ADAMS is a nice gentle man and no mistake said a Re publican to the editor of this pa per a few days since but he went on to say everybody who knows the situation is bound to recognize the fact that Banford White is best qualified for Circuit Judge and while I shall vote for Adams I believe White will be elected and I base my belief on the fact that that thinking people want the best qualified man Do not quote my name in connection because as I stated iu the start Mr Adams is a gentleman in ev ery sense and I like him Lack of experience is the only thing in his way The gentleman using the above language is we believe one Republican who never scratches his ticket but at the same time ho is not so partisan but ho will acknowledge facts And if the indications are judged aright he is about correct as to the outcome It is a fact undeniable that White is the better qualified SjillBHlllBHlllllllll SH A COMMERCIAL tourist who travels over nearly all the territory embraced in the Tenth congress ional district a few days since told the editor of this payer that Da vis will sweep the Big Sandy coun try like a new broom in the hands of a cleanly housekeeper He farther said I have a good trade allover the Big Sandy country and I know the people pretty well Some of them have heretofore voted for Langley but this time they will vote for Davis and they are confident he is the coming con gressman But said he they all admit that Langley has made an excellent congressman and done more than possibly any man can do Dear friend Tho Government willI furnish the grave of each soldier that fought in her defence with a nice white marble headstone 89 inches high 12 inches wide aud 4 nchso thick Ours is a groat country a great Government a great people In the hour of the nations peril her loyal sons quit their av ocations left their homes and loved ones to follow the starry flag Mad Stebt tor the JJnioo Il r r xr of course did not return j many roturned with bodies shot by bul lots and scarred by sabers j many with disease brought ou by expos uro to the weather and by starva tion Octhifts fought in Mexico in Cuba and in the Philippines Many ara sleeping in unmarked graves A loving people through their own Government desire to place a suitable headstone at the grave of each soldier with inscrip tion showing name and service to their country Ifiyou have any deceased soldier friends you may see either Messrs W L Childers W N Nickell B B Cole Walker Taulbee S C Rose James Neff J W Taulbee or B T Gosney They have blanks for the purpose They Government pays the freight on these headstones to the nearest shipping poinr I am glad of this opportunity to help add a token of respect to those who offered their lives to their country Very truly JNO W LANGLEY As an illustration of the broad minded liberal views that Congressman Langley entertains on the pension question the follow ing is quoted from his speech in the House of Representative in dis cussing the question of title to pension of Union soldiers who had prior service in the Oonf date Ar my Those facts Mr Chairman em phasize the injustice of the prin ciple upon which section 4710 of the Revised Statues was based and I for one am in favor of purg ing our pension laws entirely of any provision which create a bar to pension on that account Speak ing for my own stata I assert that there are now no more loyal law abiding citizens in it than the great mass of those who were on the side of the Confederacy Wen Kentucky have outlived the prejudice and passions of the war Wo are ajreunited people all proud of our great state and working to ward a common destiny and I feel that I am speaking the unanimous sentiment of my people when I state that this blot upon oursplen did system of pension laws should be wiped out Applause I have introduced a bill in this House for that purpose and I hope to see it enacted into law Mr Bryans Reception- Mr Bryans trip through Ohio yesterday was a continous ovation His entrance into Cincinnati last night was a veritable triumph Not even in the exciting days of 1890 was the Nebraskan accorded such overwhelming evidence of popular interest in himself and his utter ancesThat there should have been manifested such tremendous enthusiasm for him in the home town of Mr Taft has excited greatest wonder There can bo only this explanation Either Mr Bryan still exerts that magnetism of presence and voice which alone charm the multitude or else he has grown so greatly in the esteem of the public by his moro recent utterances that the thousands would attest their devotion and loyalty to the cause he represents by their pres once and plaudits The story can be told only in November What ever be the cause or reason for Mr Bryans magnificent reception here and elsewhere it is apparent that the enormous crowds that go to greet him are causing no little con corn and uneasiness in the camp of the enemy Cincinnati En quirer Uncle Johns Adams of May town one of the best known di vines in Eastern Kentucky and one of the most popular ministers of the Methodist church in the mountains was dangerously ill all of last week His son John A A Adams of the U S mail ser vice located at Lexington was telephoned for Saturday at which time the old gentleman was not expected to survive Sunday He is 85 years of age and although he has been a regular minister for years seldom failing to fill his appointments his frail health was noticed by all No minister in the mountains ever had more friends than IJpcIe Jobni regard less of denoniDaUQA ip9ferallce- u r i RE1OL1IN3- cosy CKiLEBDE KALDILL KANSAS CfTt4- QUNIOA LAWN FENCE J n Coda very little PTOTCS very ntlo factory for lawns door rards gardens We make fencinc for lawns door yards field hog and poultry Write for catalog UNION FENCE CO DeKalb ilL Kansas City Ma For sale by C H LOWE 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 Fine Farm for Sale I oflet for tale my farm located In Mor gan County Ky on Blackwater one mile south of Ezel A geod dwelling with ten room balls and porches There is one drilled well and three walled wells each 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 M 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 Iis 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 HENRY 524m Murphy Ky AMERICAS GREATEST WEEKLY TIlE TOLEDO BLADE TOLEDO OHIO The Best Known Newspa per in the United States CIRCULATION 2OOOOO Popular in Every State In many respects the TOLEDO BLADE is the most remarkable weekly newspaper published iu the United States It is tbe only newspaper specially edited for nation al circulation It has had the largest cir culation for more years than any newspaper printed In America Furthermore it is the cheapest newspaper In the world ns will be explained to any person who will write us for terms The News of the World so arranged that busy people can more easily comprehend than by reading cumbersome columns of lIallles All topics made plain In each Issue by special editorial matter written from inception down to date The only paper published especially for people who do or do not read dally newspapers and yet thirst for plain facts That this provenbyover 200000 yearly subscribers and is cir 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Take Pla- ceSATURDAY OCTOBER 3 MISS FALAY LONG Hazel Green 1r IIiZELGREENACADEMYt Fall Term Opens Sept 8 1908 1 Special attention will be given to teachers who wish to review all the Common Branches in proparation for Spring Examinations Tho COURSES OF STUDY have been revised so as to afford the best advantages possible for young men and women Who desire to bet ter prepare themselves for teaching or wish to prepare for theSTATE CERTIFICATE or the STATE DIPLOMA The ACADEMIC COURSE well equips the student for the SOPH OMORE YEAR in College The Faculty is composed of TWELVE Teachers Careful attention is given to each student TUITION IS FREE Incidental Fee of 500 is charged for the term Board with Heat and Light 200 per week Furnished Rooms Free Write for CataloguesM O CARTER Principal 1 Money to Burn you have money to burn a Keep Sbutready for you when needed deposit it with us A baqk 1 account will give you a better business standing iu the community and a prestige that you may never have enjoyed before If your namo is not on our books we will be pleased to see it there before the close of the year 1908 THE HAZEL GREEN BANK II BuggiesI Buggies I L Tile citizens of Hazel Green and thia vicinity are herewith informed that they can nqjv buy firstclass buggies at borne I am prepared to furnish the best made and at reasonable prices I donCihau bnggiedthose 1wlllhaveFllememberiryoti want a FIRST CLASS BUGGY one tbnttiwill gN satisfaction in comfort amid wear bean suppig you r k CHandelneat my sbop in Hazel Into vKfinectfuJJjryl fV + t OHN H B08E r i y I S t A BOOK O- FMYSTERY f3itThe Veil Mtt Mary Harriott Norris 1 Jib IiSmo Cloth 309 parfoa 100MY N Order of Your Bookseller or the Publisher RICHARD O BADGERt Publisher Bo toB G t N f lip t t r o j L Y ti j WhenYou Tate Cold One way is to pay no attentionI to it at least not until it develops into pneumonia orlbronchitis or pleurisy An other way is to ask your doc tor about Ayers Cherry Pectoral If he says C The best thing for colds then take it Do as he says anyway- Wo publish our tbrmnlee Danish ttotiol A from eor midUlnn bgU When the bowels are constipated pol sonous substances are absorbed into the blood Instead of beingdally removed from the body as nature intended Knowing 11 this danger doctors always inquire about j + the condition of the bowels Ayers Pills YsL by the 70 Ajrtr Co Lowell Mm THE HERALD1 1t relB1Sherman Elam is visiting tive at Insko Mrs Willie Childers of May town was visiting in town Tuesday fMiss Mary Elam visited her uncle John Barker on Lacy Creek last week t Judge JP Adams Common wealths AttorneyKelly Kash spent Sunday in Hazel Greeu A P Dye this week completed a beautiful little dwelling house on Pleasant Hill for W W Swango Little Bee Rose spa of J Buch anan Rose of Mize has our thanks for a fine mess of mountain oysters Mrs Bob Wells of Wellington and Mrs B M Manning of How ards Mill were in town shopping Saturday Mrs W M Jones and sister Mrsx Patrick of Salyersville were guests t of Dr Nickell from Saturday un til Monday Bro Bicknell has been conduct ing a protracted meeting at Grassy school and had twelve conversions 0l Friday and Saturday Mrs C F Kash gave the young folks a social last Monday night but most of tho evening was spent in bean hulling Everyone seem ed to enjoy the evening t 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 People are always willing to believe things that they should not believe but they sometimes regard with suspicion anything that has truth written all over it Miss Lula Evans left Monday t via Campton for Honaker Va 1 1where she is assistant teacher in the Honaker High school a position i she has held for three consec t tutivoterms with honor to herself and credit to the school J G Trimble the venerable far ther of Mrs J T Day has been visiting his daughter since the burial of H L Godsoy He is a gentleman widely read in political affairs and says tho Democrats will have a landslide A J Davenport of Equality 111 got to our little ity Tuesday evening and can now be found at John H Roses carriage and ma chine shop where he is now installed as chief engineer Edgar Alexander who teaches the Caskey school brought his pupils to Consolation Friday even ri ing to spell against said school and also had a game of ball The spelling resulted in a tie and ball game much in favor of the Consolation l boys J Miss Falay Long the milliner has a new and attractive ad in this issue of our paper to which the at tention of the ladies of Morgan and Wolfe counties is respectfully invited She will have an opening Saturday Oct 8 and every lady who loves the beautiful shouldI frw hex display ou Unit eooafioa f 7 d YM 1 1 i xvlj m yic j Miss anniaE FjldBjronr es timahle county stiperintendefat entertainedl few friends Friday evening in honor of her ghost Mrs Cora Wilson Stewart of Morohond There was nothing of a light 01 trivial order but the evening woe spent in most delightful conver sation Prof A S Mackenzie of State University made it very in teresting for all by discussing some significant points in physiognomy nestIlingI mont of nasturtiums with fancy cakes were served by the hostess who was nssfsted by Miss Leona I Belle Carter All declared it one of the most delightful occasions oi their lives There were present Prof A S Mackenzie of the State University of Kentucky Lexing ton i Miss Lizzie Colvillo Carlisle i Miss Lawrence Lexington i Prof and Mrs SS Elam Newport Tenn i Miss Emma Sample Ezel i Miss1 Leona Belle Carter West Liberty and Mrs Cora Wilson Stewart of Morohond1 Morgan County News Mrs Brent Aiken of Danville Mrs Sue Polk of Frankfort and Mrs Bertie Godsey of Washington D Call of whom were here to attend the funeral and burialof H L Godsey left Monday for their respective homes Mrs Polk is an aunt of the deceased and Mrs Aiken is an aunt of dece dents widow Mrs Bertie Godsey The latter will go to Washington to settle up her late husbands affairs to which place she will be accompanied by Hon W 0 Mize uncle of decedent after which she will return to Danville and abide with Mra Aiken Mrs D 8 God sey mother of the lamented decend ant at the same time went to Capm ton to be appointed administratrix of the estate Mrs W H D Totten of Oincin nati and her sister Miss McElroy of Pittsburg PH accompanied By Frank Ford of Lexington paid THE HERALD office a pleasant vis it Tuesday morning after which they repaired to our persimmon grove and feasted for a short seas on that luscious fruit so rare to the taste of city bred people Miss McElroy was especially delighted with the scenery of our hills and the hospitality of our people and expressed the hope that Swango water would cure her sister of her ailment They are all guests of Swango Houae and this is the first time the ladies were ever in Ken tucky but Mr Ford comes here every fall to recuperate and says the water here does him more good than any he over used Dr Center his attending physician on Monday told Our Man About Town that Sam Pence who was shot by Miles Hollon on Holly Sunday week was doing as nicely as could bo expected but at one time last week pus set up iIt the wound and the case looked dangerous He also said that Mrs Linden and family who were quite ill for a while are now out of danger INSKO ITEMS 0Dave Lindou is thought to be improvingMarion Lacy sold Press Bailey a mule for 0000 Mrs Jimtnio Davis is visiting relatives on Grassy J K Sizemore has been visiting relatives in Mugoilin Andy Craacr made a businessI trip to Lee City Friday Coon Pbipps attended meeting in Magoffiu last Sunday Squire Niokoll of Neola wasI here last Saturday on business B Gullet sold Harlin Nickell ahoreo for a considerationi of 100 10Isick for some time is slowly im prpyjng VT Walters of Cannel City has been here forthe UrtVfyw days on business Dean and Frank Patriotofr Magoffiu visited relatives hre Saturday and Sunday ysidept 28 V Jpixo x i i t l1 f r11 r 1 if 17D2 M = TIiiLlE13iriBIh D B fyra is on ths sick list nt this writing tfarfon Center Hazel Green visited S C Rose Sunday Alice Hollon from Holly visit ed Mrs James Bush Saturday and SundayR ROBO and Jeff Brewer went to Sulphur in Monnifee count Sunday IMr John Bush and Courtney her son visited Arthur Rush aud wifo Sunday IG W Sally and J D Edward wont Saturday night to attend a lodge of the Jr 0 U A M at Holly Stella Ella and Marion Edwards are all sick with fever but are slowly improving at this writ ing Andy Phipps who has been doing carpenter work on Stillwatt the pat week returned home Sat nrday afnonn B T Gosney loft last week for Oklahoma where his younger brother John Gosuey has been for the past twelve months The creeks and branches are com parativoly dry and several wells and springs have exhausted their water supply but it is raining now and the air has turned a grea deal cooler Sept 29 DOMINGO I GRASSY GAB u A two year old childjof Lee Cun diff died last week Ellis Oldfield had a moving picture show on Saturday night at the Grassy church W L Perkins and wife of Richmond are visiting relatives ant friends in this section J D Henry and J H Day re turned Tuesday from Mt Sterling market they disposed of their cat tie but could not soil their hog and sheep A box supper and school enter tainment was held on Friday nigh at the Grassy Lick school house in which the gifted speaker Mis Stella McClure won the honors S Monroe Nickell returned Sat urday from Frankfort and Ml Sterling where he had been conducting some legal business and left Monday to attend court nt CamptonLee and Eli Day bought a steam saw and grist mill from C F Testerman at present it is in operation at Malone then comes to Goodwin Chapel to stay per manently J D Barker the money king of the village says he does not care so muotffor dimes and dollar as he does for a Nickell he saw re Gently at the annual meeting at Toms Branch John ltfusiohand Miss Lucy Dundiff were married on Wednesday at the home of the bride parents Rev J Lr Ferguson ties the nuptial knot It surely was the music of Johns voice that won the bride Sept 28 PORT Two lea Killed at One Shot Beattyville Sept 27Simpson Gross and Bert Fliuchum were shot and instantly killed late last evening by John Hoffman on Mil lers creek neat the Estill and Lot county line The trouble aros over Grasaand Flinchnm accusing Hpffmana eon of theft They had arrested him and had him in custody Hoffman demanded hit sons release which was refused when he immediately proceeded to secure a shotgun and fired or them killing both men with thi same shot Hoffman has not beer arrested A Heatbly Family Our whole family has enjoyed I good health since we began usin Dr Kings New Life Pills three years ago eaya L A Bartlet oj Rural Route 1 Guilford Maine They cleanse and tone the eyatec in a gentle way that does yon good 260t1141r p Er II n r PEKIN PROBLEMS 0Shade Combs has taken to min ing instead of trading Asa Murphy of Ezel was here yesterday on business Water is getting vory scarce ii in this part of the country James McGuire bought a mulf of Sofayetto Johnson yesterday Hubert Halo who has been sick for the last month is better at this writing Riley Campbell who recent roliirnod from Illinois has been on the creek making things livol with his violin Probably the largest crowd of people that ever visited Toni S Branch were there Sunday at the annual meeting The Grassy baseball team cross ed bats with Salem Saturday on the formers grounds the score be ing 7 to 6 in favor of Grassy Allen Howard who has been via iting relative at this place returned to Mngffin county yesterday where ho will resume his school workSept 28 BUCK ROBBINS ROAMINGS o Mrs C W I Pugh is still very lowW S Stacy of Caney is here visiting relatives Mrs Alice Adams brought youi correspondent a sack of fine np pies yesterday Born to the tiifo of Reubii Banks last week a boy Renbii is very proud of him and says tit is a Democrat Rev C W I Pugh will go to Wilhurst the first Sunday in Oc tober to preach the funeral of Mrs James Tret Sept 20 OfD ROCK The Eastern Kentucky State Nor mal Opened on Schedule Time AtI n meeting of theI Regents off three higher institutions of learning of tho state held in Lexington August 25 it was unanimously re solved to open all Liin tats schools on scheduled time This ha been done and the Enstern Kentucky State Normal School at Richmond is now in full operation with an increased attendance in all departments over last fall Pupils that have been hesitating on account of the rumor that went abroad on account of a possibility of the school not opening this fall need hesitate no longer All de partmeuts at Richmond are in full running order and there are am pie boarding accommodations for all students of both sexes R N ROARK Pres Tom Cockrell Killed Louisville Sept 7Tlin body of a man who was run ovnr by a train and instantly killed in the Kentucky and Indiana railroad yards last midnight was identified early this morning as that of Thomas Cockrell noted Breathitt county feudist His presence in tho yards has not been explained but it is presumed that he was either on his way to or returning from a visit to his old home He was a brother of James Cockroll who was at one time marshal of Jackson and who was assassinated Miss Malinda Stidham of Robbins in Breathitt county id now living with the editor and his better seveneighths She is a native of Wolfe county and noice of Hurve Stidham a well known trader in the Cox Mill neighborhood I Some say 1 nm too high r Prove tho truth give me a try r t tome in and see me nIHIl1 will surprise you Have me fb your teeth and if you are not satis I fled I lose Aint that fair J H STAMPER Dentist Hazel Green Ky Isles JfleU18 anff Troyr announce to tthe ladies of town and surroundingvicinity that they now have in stock their new and fresh J SUling ana SUIIlIIlOf fflillinoIgtti i Having spent several1 days in one of I the most fashionable wholesale mil i linery emporiums in the metropolisI of Louisville they feel amply able to please the most fastidious tastes even in extremes cases They also have a select line of LADIES FURNISHING GOODS such as Collars Belts Cloves Etc t In addition to the Millinery Business wo have a DRESS MAKING DEPARTMENTt- o N which we give our customers the host advantage and from our line of literature with illustrations the heat styles con be seen and used We are located one d or west of the postoflice Call and see our stock t for yourself Thanking you for your patronage during the past sea son and hoping to merit its continuance we are respectfully c MAPEL TROY Kash JohnsonKashDEALERS IN General Merchandise i COUNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of the people of Hazel Green and vicinity to the new 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 all of which they soil at a small profit for CASH their policy being Quick Sales and Small Profits Soliciting your trade which weii hope to merit by fair dealing we are respectfully yours Kash Johnson Kash 1 i Ellis Johnson in connection with the store runs an uptodate Livery and Feed Stable Drummers hacks for hire at all times I R yA Lookout fo- rCECIL BROS new advertisement whichwill appear next week perhaps 14 I Sam Kash of the firm KashTT Sample says they are selling goods so fast and are kept so busy that they have no time to write an advertisement and hett 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 I Tile WMoester BBankk i 1 N H WINCHESTER VmiER9PooN I KYII 4 Inlil Ui Ciilittnl i T Undivided lroUA t 11000000 If orIj 950000000 This bank solicits the accounts of Ii mvrhnnu turuiers traders and bus loess men generall throughout East T ern Kentucky and often Its custom X crs every facility anil the most liberal terms within the limits of legiliiuate Imnkiiii lootly rJBO FY2 IJIr- xIatU1rr I tissue will pi nve a wshould held toir I ut newspaper T T r THINKING OF MOVING WEST It not then make up your wind and write me for descriptive list of farms in Missouri proluche I the inn at prices ranging from 15 to 40au acre and come where lite is made toler able by easy puofitrble farnllng Why sweat and fret lite away in the vain effort to eke out a mere miserable sustenance from the rock rihbed root laced hllliides as your fa l her and fathers father did when there Is so much good land to be had yet awhile for a mere song Get out of the ruts break away from the timeworn habit that keeps your nose to the grindstone All It takes is resolution nnd a little nerve Write me and let me help you to a better condition IItNt PHIPPS Chanute Kansas = 1 tesI i you the reading matter IIas J htthyouj have the greatest in terttthehomenews t = 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J Your druggist sells Dr Miles Nerv ine and we authorize him to return price of first bottle only If It falls to benefit you Medical Co Elkhart lad trMiles A PROMPT EFFECTIVE REMEDY FOR ALL FORMS OP a RHEUMATISM Woura0aKldnoy KIndred Dhaaaaea- l GIVES QUICK RELIEF Applied externally It affords almost instant relief from pain while permanent results are bring effected by taking It in i ternally purifying the blood dissolving the poisonous substance and removing It from the system DR S D BLAND- or Drew ton GHI writes roanYlefts and tried all the remedies that I could gather from meilKal aorta and ago eonalted wlth a numherotthe hest ll rle tIJtnothingI that Rare the from practlciforJ DRCLGATEfJDn- neocJcIIJlnn writesA little girl berati ad ucha weakbaekeanwd by liheunuttlitn and Kidney Trouble tbat she Could not lund on ttft feet The moment they putherdoirnontliefloordiawonldicrearowllbI pain 1 treated her with tDltOWand today be rum around ai well and bapp u can be i prescribeI BUBOFS 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v rtams and hacks furnished funerals H 4Jcan 1ill orders for tombtoB4i8 Ac 5 11 1t- rii t yl n KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collated and Concisely I Chronicled Another killing took place on the KiuttLclcher border and William Mul Iina Jr was nrrested charged with shooting Robert Newsomo during church meeting While working in a tunnel on the Maysville branch of the L N railroad four men were badly injured one of r them seriously by a large block of roc falling ou them While passing White Oak school house in Bath county Ernest Riddle began taunting the children He was hit withI a rock thrown by one of the boys and iis in a critical condition Worth Goodpaster aged 55 years a farmer of the Kendall Springs neighborhood in Bath county attempted suicide recently by jumping into a well Uponi striking the water he changed his mind and saved himself by climbing out Mrs Clara Foster who was convicted of the murder of her husband James Foster in the Whitley Circuit court will have to serve tho life sentence which the jury gave her the Court of Appeals having sustained the verdict of the low er court To kill himself George Fleck aged 75 years a Jefferson county farmer put the muzzle of a doublebarreled ghotgun into his mouth and pushed the trigger with a stick Half of his head was blown away by the explosion He had become deranged from illness Automobiles in Bath county are the cause of many runaways andaccidents with teams Only last week a team driven by Charles Meyers became fright erred at an auto Meyers was thrown from the wagon and narrowly escaped being trampled to death Lish and John Rader Charley Wilson and John French escaped from the Hy den jjaill last week The new jail was I completed a few mouths ago and was considered one of the best in the moun talus The men escaped by sawing one of the steel bars in two The sixyearold son of M F Garri son a merchant of Lake Laurel county got hold of his fathers bottle of whisky and drank about four ounces of the stuff The little fellow was thrown into con vulsions and it was with difficulty that the little fellows life was saved James Followells and son Clint on one side and C E Mullns and his brother H T Mulling on the other had a pitched battle near Bradfordsville in Marion county in which James Folio wells was killed The difficulty arose over the ownership of some shingles The big saw and planing mill con ducted by J R Williamson Sons atI Lexington was forced to close down last week because of the lack of water The mill for twenty years has been using water from the famous old Patterson spring which has never before failed When Bob Hockcr in jail at Lexing ton under sentence to hang for the kill- Ing I of Drummond N Veal was told J the Court of Appeals Lad overruled the petition for a rehearing of the case he simply saldlIWell Im glad its over I will not call on my attorney to make fight I dont believe it is worth while Montgomery county seems to boa sort of rendezvous for holdup men and thieves generally Within the past three weeks there have been a number of highway robberies and last weeks Mt Sterling Gazette gives an account where thieves had been to the home of T L Flanders in the Bunker Hill i neighborhood and stolen a chest of car penter tools and followed this up by i carrying off at least 100 of Mrs Flanders choice chickens t One of the greatest games in the history i of amateur baseball was played at Lexington recently when the White Sox j defeated the Lexington team Helms j ley who was on the firing line for the Sox pitched a no bit uo run game and let only two men get to first base These men got there on free tickets The game roke all records for brevity as it required but fiftysix minutes to go the nine innings Helmsley is a Baltimore 1 boy and made a phenomenal record FOR- NEURALGIA SCIATICA RHEUMATISM BACKACHEPAIN DISTRESS IN STOMACHS F SNESS- ri j r i f riY II rlaJIndictments baying been returned 01- the Lawrence county grand jury against Sprouse and Kellgrfor first degree murder in the burning the Cooper home and three persons the men were take back to Louisa from Catlettsburg ant Mt Sterling jails respectively for td tiacase will be tried at a special term court in Carter county beginning ber 19 An order was Issued by the octoI that the prisoners be kept entirely confinementkFrom the report of Rev H W Elliott secretarytieasurer rendered at the re cent convention of the Kentucky Christ- Ian Missionary Association we extract the following figures which go to show what good wotk the organization is do- Ing in our state During the last year the Christian churches of Kentucky ha raised for missionary purposes Jt734 54 Of this amount 4243090 was for state missionary work and 1889585 for for cign missions To American missions outside of Kentucky 1058842 was contributed and for womans work the sum was 1040702 llIanR When used on good presses an 1 neatly displayed type for your station cry is valuable We have ever j jobjI I Democratic Primary Call At a called meeting of the Wolfe County Democratic Executive Com mittee whchmet pursuant to call at the court house in the town of Campton CountySchoolf 7th day of September 1908 the follow ing members of said committee being majority of same and a quorum war e present Chairman T F Stamper le precinct Floyd Arnett 2nd precinct J P Rose 3rd precinct J C Lykins bv proxy Arthur Lykins 4th precinct W IBryaDt 5th precinct David Banks precinctJoe1 precfnctbWalterver and 8th Floyd Arnett tendered his resignation as secretary of said cO lmlttepwl lch resignation was accepted Motion was made by Floyd Arnett and seconded by W W Bryant tbat A B Cox be made secretary of said committee Motion carried and A B Cox committeeman from the 9th precinct wax elected secretary of the committee bavingheenStamperto be to name the time and man ner of selecting nominees of the Dem- ocratlc party as candidates forthe vanl- ous county offices to be voted for atf the regular November election 1909 the fell resolutions upon motion having been made by W W Bryant and seconded b Walter Oliver were unanimously adopt ed by the sand committee Resolved 1st That a Piimary Elec tion shall be held in each of the nine precincts of Wolfe county Kentucky 1 ion the 14th day of November 1908 between r the hours of G oclock a m and 4 oclock p m the polls therefore to b I openedat the regular voting place iin each of said precinct for the purpose off nominating Democratic candidates for ieachof the county offices to be voted for at the regular election to be held iin November 1909 the candidates to be se lected being a candidate each for thefol JudgeSheriff l County Court Clerk Circuit Court Clerk County Attorney Assessor Jailer Coroner and Surveyor 2ndThat all Democrats of the countyf who will be elegible to election for the respective offices to which they aspire att the regular November 1909 election and who shall conform to the require ments rules and regulations of this Priii 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 suchoff said offices as they may make known their desires to be candidate for In the providedhowever t didate for more than one of the said off- Ices hereinbefore named 3rdAny person or persons desiring to become a candidate for nomination for any of the offices before named heresin shall on or before the 30th day of beingjustI in on which said Primary Election is toi be held make known to this committee the office for which be desires tq become- a candidate by so notifying the chairman of this committee either orally or writing of the office for which he desires I to be a candidate before said Primary and litho desires to be a candidate for anyone of the first named eight offices herein ho shall pay to the said chairman- of this committee and take his receipt 1 therefor the sumof r OorIfb tires to bea candidate for the of9c either of Coroner or Surveyor he shall 1 t likewise make known his intension and I 60Hsaid amount so paid to Le used in help ding to defray the expences of thin Pd almary Election Except that if the chairman of the said committee Is sheen- of n from the county or state or cannot b found then the secretniy of said corn mittee shall be notified in the manner hereinbefore indicated for the notifica tion of the chairman and the same funds shiill be paid to him and for the same purpose hereinbefore required to tw paid to the chairman Those who are first to register shall have their aorta forIfor the respective offices for which they are candidates and so onhavlng prefer cute for places on the ballots in too order III which they register for the office for which they are o runt t is to say shatv0have name printed on the ballot as a candidate lor that said office and whoever registers last shall likewise have his name printd lust as a candidate for said office and to on through Any one so notifying this committee and thus bA coming H candidate shall be bound by all the rules regulations and requirements 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 I fore mentioned his registry fee shall not fromdwise even though after depositing name he should withdraw from the primary and have whateveramountLIfthis committee after the expenses ol the primary election have been paid shall be used by the said committee to defray the expenses lawful of the party Ju effecting proper party organization over the county and In case a sufficient amount of money it nov paid to the committee to pay the expen see of the primary tit the way above dealg nated then those candidates who shall have relpectIvescribed shall pay to said committee what ever balance of said primary expenses rt main unpaid ratably and In propoltlon to andevotetwho are tat the time legal elector in the precinct where they a known the privilege respectlyecr who will make oath that they did not vote for any Republican candidate before regularNovemberconform 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 1909 November ahsll be entitled to vote In this election and provided further that all persons desiring to vote in this shall if requested to do so by ether of the judges of said election at their respective voting places be required to make affidavit that they will support all persons nominated for j primarylithThis again at CllmplonWolfe othervNovember 1008 at which the committee shall declare who are candidates to be voted for at the said primary election and shall at the same time and place make proper provision for having the ballots for the va rlou precincts throughout the county print ed and distributed and shell at the same preacribevarioust upfho1rlO and a clerk lor each precinct of the county a6thWithinmary election shall have been held and conducted as herein provided the election hayInguponthem i pollbookstaming the spoiled mutilated and question ed ballote and the keys to the ballot box together with the election seal and the offi care delivering tame shall do so in the man ner prescribed by law and the officer reo celving same shall receive same in the man prescribed by law at the court house iu the town of Caruptou On the third day after the holding of said election as herein prescribed this committee shall again meet in the town of Catupton In some convenient room or office and shall then and there count the votes received by all candidates declureIthe candidates receiving the highest number of votes the nomInees for the respective offices for which they were voted for at sold primary election The said commlttee hall have the power and authority to declare the anytwoas any and all contests arising from aid primary election 7th Notice of thll primary election call shall be given by thlti committee at least forty days prior to the date of holding said election by the chairman or secretary or chairman and secretary hereof posting said notice at the court house door and at least twenty other public places in the county of Wolle Sth That the proceedings ot this meet log be published in the HAZEL GBBBN HERALD donowadjourntoignated on the 4th day of November 1008 tlADitMiLES ANTIPAIN PILLS FOR Headache o Pal My Young Sister ttoo1n staying with me and was in terrible misery but Car dui helped her at once oJ a J f TAKE d It Will Help You Last spring Mrs Hudson continues I was begantoam yearsEvery to cure i irregularity falling feelings headache backache and reliableIAT ALL DRUG STORES TRY YOUR LUGEhI uu U 4 i AMiiMititMsiMiMs 0 siaiiM i +000000 00000000000100000001001 0 OO 60 25 in Free Presents = 000000000000000000000V0000000408000ot 00t0040ob00000000- 1The 080 011 DlUO to oho 00jfWolfe County Democratic Primary Election to se 11 lect candidates for the various county offices will beheld intothe summer some time and THE HERALD avails of the occasion to increase its subscription list and at the same time ttr give its subscribers 2500 in useful articles such as watches I andchains 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 havo the opportunity to exerciset1his brain in estimating the vote to be polled at the coming f Democratic Primary Election The price of THE HERALD is 5100 a year in advance and every subscriber is entitled to one estimate Old subscribers who pay up arrearages and one year in advance are also entitled to one estimate The one who sends in the closest estimate will receive a gold plated watch and chain j 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 4 his office These coupons will be filed and the day alter the election a disinterested committee will take charge of them nd tlotermine who is entitled to the presents The Presents That Will Be Awarded The person making the nearest estimate will receive a gold IO0 00plated American watch good timepiece and plated chain The person making the second closest estimate will receive American watch good time piece and aluminum fob UtJUt 50American2 0atO t 50vote2 00voteI c e BASIS UPON AVHICn TO lUKE ESTIMATE WTbe total Democratic vote polled in the Congressional election f of WOO was 879 and in the Governors election of iy07 Mr Hager received a total of 809 votastroootOOOOODOOOOOOOooo ooootOooOOoOOOOOOooooooooUse this form Name but makeout estimatePostofficeI on any clean Estimate StateIjI bit of paper Loo 1ooooJoooooo0oooooocooommCoHHntJ figures plain 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