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Aftjy w ao x toiS a w tr i t fl THE HAZEL 4g r R1 ERALD0 Established March 4 188A Made Jloamoaalatbe Story of Jonathan and Hla Continent by Max ORell 0 fa uu 4sPMountainsOwnert SIOO a Year in Advance ItTWENTYFOURTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE OOtNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 8 1908 NUMBER 0 lexinalonand Eastern Railway f Time Table in Effect June 21 1908 th tlr WEST BOUND f F No1 o3 No5 STATIONS ex DnByaod Sunday Sunday Sunday only II f r rte AMLve PMLve AMLve i Jackson 6 10 am 2 20 pa 700 am- OKJ r Junct 6 15 pm 2 25 pm 705 am Beattyve Jo 7 07 am 3 20 pm 754 am- tt Torrent 7 30 am 8 41 pm 815 am 1 Nat Bride 7 45 am 3 60 pm 826 am- t1 Campton n 7 48 am 3 67 pn 828 am Stanton 8 15 am 4 26 pm 854 am Clay City 8 25m 4 85 pm 902 am LEJunon 900am 1S07p1DI003am Winchester 9 12m b 20 pm 1012 am oo Lextonar 9 Mam 605pml025am 7EAST BOUND Daily 4No2ax = STATIONS I m Dally and Hunday f Sunday PM LyeAMI 2 25 pm 0 Lexington o 7 86 am I s8 pm 20 Wlnohester 20 8 13 am 2 48 pm LEJulotlon 8 26 pm 3 50 pm 40 Clay City 40 9 02 am 3 58 pm 44 Stanton 44 9 10 am 4 30 pm Campton Juntn 38 pm 4 85 pm 57 Nat Bridge 6719 43 am 4 47 pm 62 Torrent 62 56mI- S 10 pm 70 euyreJo am 6 OS pm 90 OlKJunon 7011017 am 610 pm 94 Jackson am CONNECTIONS- L 4 E JUNCTION Trains NOl 1 and 3 will make connection with the C A 0 By for Mt Sterling CAMITON JUNCTION Trains Nos 1 2 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central By for Pine Ridge and Campton BEATTYVLLB JCHCTION Trains No 2 will make connection at Beatty ville Juno with the L and A Railway for passengers to and from Beattyville O A K JUNCTION Trains Nos 3 and 4 connect with the O K Railway for local 1at4nlon the O K Railway W7i MCDOWELL General Manager OBAUSCOTTUen Pass Agent Olio 4 mm Mini Time Table May 21 I9O5 WEST BOUND No S3 I K No 21 Davy ex C STATIONS = Dally ex Sunday r I Sunday PMABB 0 27 PM ABB 6 20 6 Cannel City 22 12 35 4 55 11 Heleohawa 20 12 19 J 45 13 Lee Clty 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 8 52 22 Wilburst 6 11 44 3 10 27 OAK Junction 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND t No 31 II II No22 Dally ex = STATIONS Dally ex Sunday I Sunday i i AMLVJC PMLVE t i 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 100 733 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 liCI 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hampton IS 1 44 s 8 37 10 Wllhnrst 20 151 25 1 OAK Junction 22 2 25 t 9 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 t Nos 21 and 22 will make close connectioi at O A K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for I points on the Lexington and Eastern Railway ML CONLEYl Superintendent plow taiq GaQtlaI naiIroaa r No 1 No 2 DEPART ARRIVE- rI 600amCamptonll30am- r 200 p m Campton 000pm i No 2 No1 ARRIVE DEPART 7 80 amCampn June 10 05 amt 0 880pmCampn Juno 4 40 p- mL The Mountain Central makes oonneotion with all L Epas senger trains L WJ S HENRY Ueadquarters BBPEESENTINO Jackson KT THE JOSEPH G REED CO Wholesale Dry Goods and Motions PORTSMOUTH OHIO Solicits the trade of the merchants of Rut earn Kentucky and guarantees prices and qualUy ol goods Hold orders for him i t + E T ROSE S Q SAMPLE J ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and CounselorsatLaw I IKYISpecial Courts I Law and r i OAeelr 8coBd Floor Fames mod tl 1n r r COUNTY NEWS Local Items ofgeneral interest to a majority of our readers especi ally distant friends LANDSAW LACONICS 0 Jolly John Pieratt of Kiddvillo stayed with J M Swango Sunday bightRollin Combs son of N L Combs has been on the sick list for a few days Mrs Lizzie Miller reports the birth of a girl to the wife of R A Childors Sept 20th Charley Hatton who has been at Campton for some time re turned bomb the 5th W W Swango of Hazel Green visited the family of E T Kash from Sunday till Monday Boone Tyra and wifo went to Holly Sunday his wife to attend church and Boone to electioneer A C Kash and wife of Camp ton visited their daughter Mrs Laura McGuire Saturday and Snn day Miss Caroline Taylor teacher at Cave Branch came over Satur day to see home folks returning SundayS Kash postmaster and mer chant at Hazel Green was in this section last week looking after his farming interests The report comes here today that Sam Pence the wounded man was worse Dr Marion Center pass ing today to see him Hon J M Tester who has been attending Circuit court at Camp ton came in Saturday and stayed with his family until Monday General Dalton who has been at Neola W Va for the past two months returned home Sunday He reports times very hard aUttrat placeA R Hatton and J P Tackett who have been making molasses in this section for some time have both moVed their mills to Holly Cr44 Arthur Kashwho is teaching at Public Squire came over home Friday accompanied by Linden Kash Whey retn faQS Sunday eveningMort Halsey last Saturday pur chased of James Brown a yearling mule colt for 50 This mule is a match to the one he bought a short time ago for 55 W 0 Taylor of Clark county passed through hero one day last week Mr Taylor and Mat Clay bankIononceCharley Caskey and Mort Wil son of Red river visited at Mrs J B Millers Saturday night If the boys come many more times it looks as if we will have more news to write A bean hulling at E T Rashs Friday ujght waa attended by ROBCOO Wells Ewniieand Hen ry BicbAnaulGrantRound Kel AndMaggieOomb8 ler Lizzie Spectra Lizzie Spencer Howard Miller and others All reported agood time Oct 5 ANON STILLWTER SPAMLES- o Rain is badly neededin thissec tion Jim Webb is opening up a Qtial bank this week for 8 O RON L O WJlJtr pt in str toii o t TO COpESPOHDENTSMall your items early 10 they will reach our office morningMondeifnot be published unless of unusual im portance Advertise no ones business and write on one side oi the paper only 0 day to meet a drummer and buy goodsDr Steve Swango and J D Ed wards called to see S C Rose on legal business Willie Manker of HUntington W Vu was hero interviewing our merchants Friday Rev Robert J Rose Sr loft Monday to visit his son W B Rose in Powell county J D Edwards childrenj whose illness has been reported heretofore in THE HERALD are improving nicely The oil firm of Spencer Mar shall began drilling operations on tho G W Lovelace farm last Tues day and are getting on nicely James Risner traded a small tract ofland on Laurel crook to Steve Brewer for a consideration of two mules a wagon and harness Following are among those who attended the social atJohn Moores Thursday night R C Wells and Lizzie Shear Kelly Rose and Nar cissa Shear and the drummer says that those who attended were well paid for their trouble The writer is informed that Stepping Beu Hatton was married to one of Squire Jacob M Taylors daughters The bride is only 12 years old while the groom is in the 50s Thu couple were united Friday night by Jas Rose Sr The groom had formerly been married his first wife being a Banks and was divorced only a short time ago Kelly Rose informed THE HER ALD correspondent that Wayne Moore was getting a drink ofwater one day Jast week at the chestnut spring near the county roadon the Trace fork of Stillwator he noticed a pocketbook lying near by He picked it up opened it and found that it contained 1800 Shortly a man came along and claimed the pocketbook and con tents Moore gave it to him and received the generous reward of 150 Oct 5 DOMINGO HOWTBIST We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for auy case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY A CO Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable In all business tmnsactions and finaukncially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm fr WALDINO K INN AN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure isI taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by Druggists Take Halls Family Pills for contlpatlon ROGERS BAKINGS 0W W Bryant and familyspent the day with his patents Sunday M F Whismnn and family VI- Sited his mother at Tar Ridge Sun day Clay Lacy and family of Pine Ridge spent Sunday at Natural Bridge The prayer mooting atthis place every Saturday night is progressing nicely Miss Geneva Bryant spent Saturday and Supdjjy at Campton viaitingjior schoolmates 4b Dry woathor hoe enabled the farmers in tbia section ate sav- ethnr6detspd bay in fln9 con dition 7 There was a box supper at the Spruce Gap school house Saturday night for the benefit of the Sunday school Miss Goldie Doe is very sick with fever at this writing Dr J L Cox of Campton is the attend ing physician Several of the young poople of this place spent Sunday at Natu ral Bridge it being the last excursion for this season Born September 29 to the wifg of Preston Spencer a boy Hur rah for Spencer he has named him William Jennings Bryan Oct 5 W B SANDFIELD SIFTINGS 0A wedding to report soon at this placePreaching at this place every second Sunday in each month J B McNabb went to Hazel Greem last Saturday on business Parents day at Sand field school Friday Oct 10 Everybody is in vitedD B Stamper and fnmily visited H S Stamper and family last SundayMisses Maud McNabb and Nan cy Catron wont to Hazel Green last SaturdayMrs Agar will preach at Sand field the fourth Sunday in this month- J J Catron wife and daughter Hanoy spout Sunday at the home of Pete Wills John Osborne of Menifeo coun ty was entertained by his best girl Miss Caddie Oldfields Sat urday and Sunday Ed McNabb was seen going in the direction of R A Childers last Sunday We presume Miss Mag gie is the attraction Byrd MoNabb who has been in Bnshton Ill for some two or three months returned Satudray very much delighted with his trip Oct 6 GLENDOHA GRASSY GAB 0 J D Henry and wife wore guests of Kelly Nickell and wife Sunday Rollie Cecil son of W B Cecil left last week for Illinois to remain for awhile Joe and J H Gibson practical miners have opened up a cannel coal bank on J D Henrys farm Edgar Lykinc the jockey of our village made a landslide in trad ing horses with Harvey Gibson last week Willie Stamper who has been down with typhoid fever for a month or so was seen standing in line at the election Saturday at the Chapel An election for sheriff came off Saturday at Grassy Creek in which Philips won by 45 Great excite ment and scrapping was on the programPatten Haney has returned from Charleston Ill and while en route home one of the lightfingered gentry at Mt Sterling relieved him of a purse containing 145 A game of ball was played Sat urday at the Chapel between the Salem and Mizo clubs resulting in a tie They will play again at the same place next Saturday Perhaps the largest and Shiest house for miles around is the new home of Kelly Nickell The con tractors T H Testormau Sons were at their best in finishing the interior in oak They also did the papering Sam Wilson the old reliable to putting on the finishing toxobM with bard oil pet l r P01tT- t t r r The Candidate Consider now the candidate and hearken unto his lamentation Ho ariseth in the morning and heholdoth in the paper a roorback which he stnrteth out breokfnet lose to squelch and ere the set ting of the sun ho hath run into four more all oven worse than the first and harder to disprove He saith in his haste allmen are liars and on second thought he repeateth it with a qualifying adjectiveHe from a persualof the partisiau papers that he stole a sheep even an ewe lamb in his boyhoodand a horse in his prime while the rumor that he had ex acted tribute from the corporations when ne was in public pay hath yet to be nailed Ho cryeth out with a loud voice in the market places saying Be hold me Iurn not seeking this oflice but I am afraid that if I keep still the office may collar some incompetent by mistake and I am a patriot I havebeen urged by my friends to run and in a few more days I shall do so unless things begin to look more favor ableAnd he reflocteth bitterlyBe hold when I started upon this campaign I had the respect of my family and of them that dwell within my neighborhood where at now I am become an object of suspicion to my neighbors and my family will not answer when I ad dress them unless I enclose a stamp for a reply For have not my wife and my children been reading the partisan papers and am I not a victim of their credulity Of a truth I am undone also done For not only hath the en emy found out all the things I have ever done that are not com mendable but ho also hath learn ed of 17criminalacts of which I was never guilty and verily those things I have not done are worse even than the things I have done He fain would publish the list of his campaign contributions but that he fears that if the enemy should learn how little he bath raised his defeat would be easy and that if it were know how much he hath and whence it came it would be still easier to defeat him St it cometh to pass that he beateth his head upon the hard wood floor and cryeth with a loud voice yet again Woe is me and woe are all my brethern for we are even as the two men one of whom is afraid and the ether das sentAnd he longeth for the next few weeks to pass quickly that tho ag ony may be over and he may be gin to recover his selfrespect and tho respect of his family and his neighbors Chicago News A Heathly Family Our whole family has enjoyed good health since we began using Dr Kings New Life Pills three years ago says L A Bartlet of Rural Route 1 Guilford Maine They cleanse and tone the system in a gentle way that does you good 25o at all dealers Teachers Will Be Paid Frankfort Oct 5Capt Ed Farley state treasurer began to day sending out the checks to the county school superintendents with which to pay the county school teachers The warrants call for 860000 and as there was a balance in the treasury on the first day of October of 1800000 the teachers will all get their full pay without having to discount their salaries There are outstanding warrants amounting to about 2 000 but the treasurer says they can wait when the school teacher fbn not f fy- V l 7F Wanted To Go West It developed that lom Cookrill the Brerfthitt county feudist whose body was found Sunday in the railroad yards in Louisville was in Cincinnati Saturday When he left here he stated that he going to take n short trip to his home in Jackson and then depart for the wV west He lefton tho LNtrain Saturday morning at 1120 and intended to take a train out of Louisville for Jackson going by way of Lexington from the Falls City It is supposed that he inatended to beat his way to Jackson as he did not seem to have very ICockrillto Cincinnati for like the late f Judge James Hargis he had a fond ness for the sights of Cincinnati I am going toJackson for a brief visit said Cockrill while here and if I am still alive after mak ing the visit I am going west and settle so far away that I will nev or hear a word about Kentucky feuds I am sick of thewholo business and want to lead peaceful life I know that I cannot live in Breathitt county any longer so the best thing for me to do is to move out west where I am not known Within 24 hours after his depar ture his mangled body was found in the railroad yards at Louisville Cincinnati Enquirer Would Mortgage the Farm A farmer on rural route 2 Empire Ga W A Floyd by1 name says Bucklens Arnica Salve cured the two worst sores I ever saw one onmy hand and one on my leg It is worth more than its weight ul gold I would not be without it if I had to mortgage tho farm to gut it Only 25o at all p dealers Public Treasury Warrants Although Governor Willson has been in office but 10 mouths he has spent more money for troops than former Governor Beckham did the eight years proceeding The pay rolls of the soldiers dar ing Governor Willsons term so far have amounted to 100000 while Beokham spent in eight years 91387 This sum includes the expense the state was put to during the Hargis trials The state is borrowing heavily from the school fund to Tceep up the general expense fund Thero will be enough money in thetreaa ury to pay off the county teachers but that call will deplete thetrena ury The outstanding warrants amount to 125000 Where Ballets Flew David Parker of Fayette N Y i a veteran of the civil war who lost a foot at Gettysburg says The good Electric Bitters have done is worth more than five hundred dollars to me I spent much money doctoring for a bad case of stomach 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 well SOc at all dealers Receiver for Light Plat- A special from Jackson to the Cincinnati Enquirer under date of October 2 says Application was this afternoon made before Circuit Judge J P Adams at Campton for the appointment of a receiver to take over the affairs of the Jack un Electric and Hydraulio Corn pany the concern which has fur uished lights and ice for this city for the past four months The mo tion was made by the stockholders and creditors The indebtedness amounts to 9000 The receiver ship was acquiesced in by the com J pany Tho receiver willprobtbly joutinuo the operation alightdplant fl S r o Lv J 1 T v ya t fiS f r 1tie ytayxr hwwas i1 h 3 sseas1 w yyr r I r l PIE HERALDs SEnteredntthe Hazel Ore n PotI jt A offlcenssecond clnsttnnUer SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Oct 8 1908 DEMOCRATIC TICKET t MForPresident WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN jc of Nebraska For Vice President JOHN W KERN X of Indiana For Congress Tenth Congressional District ti AMOS DAVIS of Morgan County For Circuit Judge 23rd Judicial DIstric 1c J B WHITE of Estill County For Commonwealths Attorney- A H STAMPER- of Wolfe county ii ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY JUDOE are authorized to an SWANGOWe JM Bud SWAN GO as a candidate for the office of Coun ty Judge of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic party 0OUflPlrTV We are authorized to an qnounceELIASSH00KEY as a candidate for the office of Counts Judge of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic party t We are authorized to announc HOWE S P HOWE es a candidate for County Judge of Wolfe county subjec to the action of the Democratic primary 4 We are authorized to an UNDHUM nounce ALLIED LAN DRUM as a candidate for the office of County Judge of Wolfe county eubjec to the action of the Democratic party FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK authorized to announ a LINDENWeare Linden of Gillmori as a candidate for the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Wolfo county subject to the Democratic primary 0-r ALLENWeI are authorized to announc Q 0 ALLEN as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic I primary 0 FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK are authorized to announc TUTTWe a Turr as a candidate for r the office of County Court Clerk of Wolf county subject to the action of the Demo ocratic party We are authorized to announce r HANKS JAMES T HANKS as a CA- ndidate for Clerk of the Wolfe Count 4 court subject to the action of the Bern- ocratjc primary Weare authorized to an- nounceCARROLL ROBT L OAR ROLL aa candidate for County Cour Clerk of Wolfe countYI8ubject to the action of the 0FOR SHERIFF are authorized to announc SMITHWe KMITH as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratc party 1 f I authorized toannouac SALLEYWe W SALLEY as a can dilate for Sheriff of Wolfe county sub ject to the action of the Democatlo party are authorized to an ARNETTWeI I FLOYD ARNETT 4I as a candidate for Sheriff of Wolfe coun Mrs ty subject to the decision of the Demo cratic primary I FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY Y We are authorized to an i SAMPLE nouncelB G SAMPLE of Campton as a candidate for County At torney of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic party 0t FORJA1LEB are authorized to announce DYERWeP Dyer as a candidate for the office of Jailer of Wolfe County eub ject to the action of the Democratic party l w FOR ASSESSOR TVQI We are authorized to announce 1 1 tilts D B Tyra of SUllwater aa ia 4 candidate for Assessor of Wolfe county subject to the Democratic primary I are authorized to an CENTERWe JOHN T OENTEI as a candidate for Assessor of Wolffe I county subject to the action of the Democratic primary FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT are authorized to an TAULBEEWe JOHN W TAUL SuperLr ktion of the Democratic party 0i- J Y are authorized to annout ONEYWeH Oney of Hazel Green as SuperintendenteIte Y primaryaIit t 1 Its all right to hope if you dou x Ipe Ioctyour work to do it- t J Y r Ai CalrpaipCoetribntloxs In accordance with the request from the Democratic Campaign management THE HERALD invites its readers to make contributions to the national campaign fund Contributors may make their do nations in cash or by check I Checks should be made payable to THE HERALD and endorsed for t Democratic campaign fund A I list of all contributors will bo carefully kept and published at intervals and each person contributing one dollar will receive a nice but ton on which is a picture of Wm Jennings Bryan surrounded by tin words I gave my dollar did you1 The funds will be forwarded to the Treasurer of tho Democratic National Committee according to the plan for receiving newspaper contributions ESTIMATES ON KENTUCKY What the Democrats and Repub licans Are Figuring On At both Democratic and Republican headquarters reports have been received from each congres sional district and from each ofI the 119 counties as to what majorities may be expected for Bryan or Taft and it is stated in both cases that the state is figured outII desperately close No official statement or estimate will be made by either party until just before the election and then the real inside figures will hot beI given as it is the custom in poll tics to make extravagant claims just before the election and sometimes during the campaign in the hope of capturing the wavering ones who always want to get on the winning side The Evening Post is able to pre sent however just about what the best posted men on both sides ex peot in Kentucky less than five weeks before tho election It is generally believed that the state is so close that the final re leap will depend upon other issues than the presidency notably the tobacco and liquor issues The Republicans believe that the firm stand taken by their speakers from Gov Willson down is immensely popular in the tobacco districts while the Democrats believe that the Republicans have injured them selves by the emphasis of their attacks upon the night riders The Democrats figure out a ma jority of 10500 for Bryan conced ing to Louisville to Taft by 2000 and olaiming 12000 in the First and 4000 in the Second district and a reduced Republican majority in the Eleventh The Republicans fix the mini mum majority for Taft in the state at 0500 with the Louisville dis trict giving 5000 of this These estimates by districts follow REPUBLICAN ESTIMATES FirstDemocratic 10000- SecondDemocratic 2000 ThirdRepublican 1000 FourthDemocratic 8000 FifthRepublican 5000 SixthDemocratic 1000- SeventhDemocratic 4500 EighthDemocratic 1000 NinthRepublican 2000 TenthRepublican 1000- EleventhRepublican 19000 Total Republican majority inI state 6500 DEMOCRATIC ESTIMATES FirstDemocratic 1200- 0SecondDemocratic 4000 ThirdA tie FourthDemocratic 4000 FifthRepublican 2000 SixthDemocratic 2000- SeventhDemocratic 0000 EighthDemocratic 2000 Ninth Democratic 1000 TenthDemocratic 50- 0EleventhRepublican 17500 Total Democratic majority in Kentucky 10500 The Republicans state that this 6500 majority is the very lowest as they expect to go considerably better than this in several of the congressional districts but they prefer to be conservative Louis yule Evening Post ItW G Lockhart dentist is againI in his office at Campton and willI wantjtpee him r J3D Recent Decisions of the Gout ojl jvInScott Circuit Court in the case of Thomas Leach against the commonwealth the Court of Appeale delivered a staggering blow to the policies of Governor Willson in inviting antiEquity men to shoot trespassers on their farms without knowing positively the object ofII their mission Leach was sentenced to the penitentiary for lift for shooting C W Gayle through a door at Georgetown without knowing who he was and he asked for a reversal of the sentence or the grounds that he thought Gayle was a burglar- In reversing the case of Sarah Steely against the Commonwealth Judge Lansing writing the opinion the Court construed the law in controversy for the first time The woman was sentenced to the penitentiary for life for advising her son Granville Steely to cut Martin B Snyder while she WOE peing attacked with a burning lamp by Snyder The Court of Appeals says that if Steely had reason to believe it was necessary for him to cut and kill Snyder for the protection of his mother from bodily harm it was his duty to do so and a set of instructions is in corporated in the opinion The life sentence of Elijah Blan ton of the Harlan Circuit Court was affirmed on the second appeal of the case Blanton murdered his wife and claimed that the shootiug was accidental In an opinion written by Judge Carroll the judgment of the Breathitt Circuit Court in the case of John and Henry Combs against the Commonwealth is reversed These men were sentenced to the penitentiary for 21 years for the murder of Thomas Combs In an opinion by Commissioner Clay the judgment of the Jessa mine Circuit Court is reversed in the case of the Commonwealth against the Cincinnati Southern Railway Company which was indicted for maintaining a nuisance by permitting dancing drinking cursing and swearing on its property at High Bridge Former Votes in Kentucky In 1890 Bryan received 27890 votes McKinley 218171 giving the State to McKinley by 281 In 1899 W S Taylor Republican got 198714 votes Wm Goebel Dem ocrat 191881 votes Taylors ma jority 2883 In 1900 Bryan got 235108 as against 227108 for Mc Kinley the Democratic nominee received a plurality of 7975 In the election for Governor in 1900 Beckham polled 280278 votes and John W Yerkes 220755 Beck ham having a plurality of 8578 In 1908 Beckham won over Bel knap by a majority of 20850 al though he did not get as many votes as ho did In 1900 He got 229014 votes as against 202704l for Belknap In 1904 Parker poll ed 217170 votes as against 205 277 for Roosevelt Parkers plur ality was 11892 In the race for Governor last year S W Hager polled 190428 votes and while Willson only polled 214481 Will son went into the Governors office with a plurality of 18023 not withstanding the fact that 45759 fewer votes were cast than in the Governors race of 1903 The larg est number of votes ever cast in the State was eight years ago 402 211 The figures given above show how difficult it is to forecast the result of any election We if thero is a State in the Union that has a greater per cent of in dependent voters Some say I am too high Prove the truth give me a try IVComo in and see me and I will surprise you Have me fix your teeth and if you are not satis lied I lose Aint that fair JH STAMPER Dentist Hazel Groan Kjr UANOEiv WRITE1f3- of t KALA I M M S POULTRY FENCEVenr Close With amp 4d fnn UtUr ud MJro chwpw ha uttloi WrIU toe nUlof ihowlcc full Uo or fndoc tot M PlkrnBrDOI CO DAA nt xuus our MOo For sale by 0 H LOWE f 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 offer for sale my farm lucated in Morgan County Ky on lllnckwnter one milt south of Kzel A good dwelling with ten looms halls nnd 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 FilUITS I will sell the 400 ACRES as 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 theI house Indeed everything is convenient Any one wishing a good home should call and get my price before bdylng JOHN D IIENIIV 524m Murphy Ky AMERICAS GREATEST WEEKLY TOLEDOEBLADE TOLEDO OHIO The Best Known Newspa per in the United States CIRCULATION 200000 Popular In Every State In many respects the TOLEDO BLADE is the most remarkable weekly newspaper published In the United Suites It is the only newspaper especially edited for nation al circulation Itlies had the largest cir culation for more years than any newspaper theTlcheapest newspaper as I be explained to any person who will write us for terms The News of the World to arranged that busy people can more easily comprehend than by reading cumbersome columns or Jellies 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 plait facts That this kind of a newspaper is popular Is proven by the fact that the Weekly Blade now has over 200 subscribers and Is cir culated 000rearly of the United States In addition to the news the Blade pub lishes short and serial stories and many de partments of mutter suited to every member of the family Only one dollar a year Write fur free specimen copy Address THE BLADE Toledo 0- DR 0 H WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGE- ONtHAZEL GREEN KY Offers his professional services to the clti tens of Hazel Green and surrounding coun try and will answer all calls of affliction Office at his residence adjoining Hazel Green Ban- kSEWELL 0 HOS- ENotary Public STILLWATER KY Offers his professional services to citizens Wolfe county and solicits the patronage all who may have legal papers to execute t Office at his residence on olillwater DAY HOUSE w Hazel Creen Ky Mr LOU i AV Proprietor Best table fare in Eastern Kentucky A large sample room connected Heated fml lighted by eta throughout and p cil ac ccmmodatlooj to traveling nea t Our Fall Opening We invite you to inspect our excellent assortment of stylish FallMillinery We Iwillshow an exceptional array of Stylish Street and Trimmed Hats including the famous ACM Trimmed Millinery MISS FALAY LONG HAZEL GRENN + KENTUOKY =r JI w1I7 r ZELGREENACADEMY Fall Term Opens Sept 8 1908 Special attention will be given to teachers who wish to leviow all the Common Branches in proparation for Spring Examinations The COURSES OF STUDY have been revised so as to afford the best advantages possible for young men and women who desire to bet ter prepare themselves for teaching or wish to prepare for the STATE CERTIFICATE or the STATE DIPLOMA The ACADEMIC COURSE well equips the student for the SOPH OMORE YEAR in College The Faculty is composed of TWELVE Teachers Careful attention is given to each student TUITION IS FREE Incidental Fee of 500 is charged for the term Boardsvitll Heatand Light 200 per week E Furnished Roome Ere v Write for Catalogues M O CARTER Principal r J Money to Burn If you have money to burn i it in the house where it may be burned lost or stolen SKeep if you want to keep it safely where it will always be for you when needed deposit it with us A bank will give you a better business standing in b iiready community and a prestige that you may never have enjoyed before If your name is noton our books we will be pleased to see it there beforo the close of the year 1008 THE HAZEL GREEN BANK Buggies I BuggIes II r + I Tie citizens of Hazel Green anti tbift vicinity ore herewith informed that they LomeJand at reasonable Writes I dont Pan die anything but firstclasH buggies and those who want cheap claptraps will have to go elsewhere ft Remember if you want a FIRST CLASS BUGGY one that will give satisfaction Ip comfort and wear I can supply you fCall and ace me at my shop in Hazel Green Respectfully JOHN H ROSE Rpr headache Dr Mile AntlPjUa 1D 4 t ems r T e BOOK OF MYSTERYYt IS s The Veil BY Mary HarrIott NorrIs 12mo Cloth 309Plldes 5100 Order of Your Bookseller Os the Publisher RICHARD G BADGERny Publisher Boston 1 j t- a t t atj 4 M tci4 jat w titale ltila4 r r + t fine Care t1l Fine HairIts fine care that makes fine hair I Use Ayers Hair Vigor new improved formula sys tematically conscientiously and you will get results We L know it stops falling hair cures dandruff and is a most elegant dressing Entirely new New bottle New contents Don not change the color of the half formula with each bettU Shew II to year eraAekhimboatlta M aye Ayers Hair Vigor as now made from our new Improved formula Is the latelt most r scientiec and In every way the very belt hair preparation ever placed upon the w rmarket For falling hair and dandruff it is the one great medicine Mad by the J o Ayer Co Lowell Mssr tr TIlE HERALD aR aDRINK WAINSCOTTS POP Scott Nickell was last week ap pointed postmaster at Gillmore Greek Bro D W Brown of Boone vine was in town from Saturday until Monday Mrs F N Day returned Sun day from a visit to her daughter Mrs W E Back at Cannel City A lot of the young folks of our town Attended the ice oream sup per at Lacy creek Saturday night Mesdames John and Willie Ghil dera and Mrs Campbell Dunn and daughter all of Maytown were in town shopping Saturday Mrs Minnie Barnes of Stanton came last Thursday to spend the winter with her children who are at her mothers here attending school Mrs D C Miller Jr with her little daughter Jewel came over from Campton Friday and were guests of Mrs Millers parents 0 W Cecil and wife until Monday morning Miss Sarah Sample of Lacy creekdaughter of our esteemed fel low citizen Charley Sample has been on the sick list for several days much to the regret of many of her friends By special request of many friends Rev Harry Gardner the eminent colored divine of Days boro will preach at Consolation school house next Sunday morn ing at 11 oclock IIFrankFord a gentleman from Lexington who is what we might call an antebellum friend left thisa morning after a three weeks visit to Swango Springs which ho very much enjoyed Do you want a handsome passe partout picture of tho Hazel Green Academy and other buildings con Wo nected with it If so come to = THE HERALD office aud see what we have in that line Robert Cecil of Cecil Bros left Monday morning for Cincinnati where he will lay in a complete line of fall and winter merchandise for this firm and upon his return ho will toll the people about it through TILE HERALD Bring your cabinet photographs to TILE HERALD office and let our foreman Chas E Habioht mount them en passe partout It wont cost much and improves the ap pearauce of the picture Come to h the office and see some of the styles he has I John Wallis of Grassy told Our Man About Town a few days since that a brood mare on his farm f had kicked a tenyearold mulo too r death Ordinarily Mr Mule is boss in the kicking business and w all who know their nature thinkz r they are Kicking Kings v A A Gose who lives near May As town was here a few days ago and i had bills printed offering bin farm and property for sale and it is al so mentioned in our paper He is anxious to go to Kansas and any L one wishing a place like his may 1 c get a bargain Look into it YZJ Enjoying s JBIi Aa Uncle Jim Little in hid old ago is coming into an inheritance earnr ed the service of the Nfoteq and like all conscientious Christians iis enjoying it With all of his ohil dren settled in life and now at a ripe old age well spent ho is en joying the pleasures of visiting among relatives and whom he holds dear and who in return have reverence for him A few weeks since he and his wife visited his stepmother at West Liberty whose name has escaped us but for whom he still has the love a a son in the flesh and they enjoy ed themselves as only people who have lived right can Last week he and his wife visited relative- of I her side of the connection andII both wore equally well pleased1I with the way they were entertain ed During the latter visit boI preached by invitation and had a- very attractive congregation AsI above stated his family are scat tered over the west and east all of them taking TUB HERALD andI as n letter from home for him weI take pleasure in sending this forth Met With an Accident Everett Back the accommodating and affable conductor of the- O K passenger train met with an accident Tuesday morning tha will put him out of commission for some time While trying to switch a car in the early morning he caught a stick under the wheel and just then the car moved upi and the momentum of the car wheel hurled the stick with such force that it cut a gash in his chin and cut his tongue His wife wasi starting for Winchester to stay for a few days when the accident hap pened and after the wound wasi dressed Alex Snowden took his place on the passenger and Everett is with his wife on the outing Thanks Her Frieads Through THE HERALD I want to thank the Day brothers John Taylor and Floyd and Rosa Lee his dear good wife for the kind ness sympathy and help shown us in our late great sorrow Also W 0 Mize Nelson Trimble and Judge Swango Miss Ella Trimble and Mrs Belle Stevens of Mt Ster ling Mrs Sue Polk of Frankfort Mrs Nanure Kush of Hazel Green and all the office force associated with our dear beloved together with many others all of whom have out sincere and heartfelt thanks BELLE GOOSEY Correspondents Will Please Note Our correspondents will please bear in mind that it is absolutely necessary for their communications to reach this office not later than MONDAY evening Our forms go to press Wednesday afternoon and it is impossible for us to put everything in type the same dayI so if you want your communion tions to appear in the current is sue of THE HERALD send them in time to reach this office Monday Please Return the Books The parties who have the fol lowing books kindly loaned by theI editor of this paper will oblige UBI very much by returning them We do not wish to hurt anyones feelings by publishing names but the list embraces Jonathan and His Continent Chickens Come Home to Roost The Mountain People of Ken tuckyIHas Our Thanksii Little Sam Elam has the thanks of the editor and his better seven eighths for some of the nicest roast ing ear corn we have had during the year And by the way because he is called Little Sam don t indicate that he is small in his ways by any moans for he sent us a very liberal supply of corn whichshows that while small in stature he has a big heart I Curtis Lacy on Friday evening last made us a present of a very IItheII i been on THE HERALD table for Ii i quite a while and for which he i has the thanks of the editor and i his better seveneight as walla- o J the staff who dine dud sup with OJ 1 t ACADEMY 0JCOTII r t The number enrolled in school1 now is 121 Bro H J Derthick preached at the Christian church Sunday morning and night Mill Kate Swango visited befriend Miss Emma Sample at Ezel Sunday and Monday Messrs 1110 Carter and Hervie Stambaiigh attended Lacy Crook Sunday School Sunday evening Colfe man all members of H G A fac ulty took membership with th Christian church at Hazel Green Sundays Bro Hatcher from Hamilton Ohio who is the pastor at West Liberty preached at Pearre Hall1 Tuesday night His sermon was very interesting IThe following students won home over Sunday Ina Nickell Green Lacy Jennie Nickell Lizzie GoffILong Heudrix Lykins Upton Old fields and Winfred Sample Those who enrolled during th past week are Misses Jennie Nick ell and Nannie Phillips Messrs Frankt lin Bucher Whitt Samuel Fair child James Brown and Glenn Haney Prof F W Long Messrs Arch ieLacy Glenn Haney Ova Marion and Gabriel Banks attended church and Sunday School at Dnysboro i last Sunday Prof Long preached in the morning nnd baptised one young mini in tho evening HP also preached at night and too three confessions Three youn were baptize by Prof Long Out of the Race Frankfort Oct bWord was received here by Assistant Secre tary of State Jackson Morris today to withdraw the name of John F jHowes of Johnson county as a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals in the Seventh appel late district This means that Chief Justice ORear is to be given jhis reelection without opposition- Mr Howes is a prominent Dem ocratio attorney of Johnson coup= ty and his name had been present ed by a petition by friends to bo placed on the ballot as the Demot cratic candidate The Seventh district is overwhelmingly Repub lican and Judge 0Rears election had been conceded II Killed a Wildcat Fred Haddix a son of Sam Had dix who lives on the Uncle Harry Swango place on Tuesday night I killed a wild cat or rather his dog did Just below Mrs Onoys resi dence on Red river the dog treed iit and alter chasing it down the iriver two miles the cat got into a Itroe for safety but in jumping ifrom limb to limb got on a grapevine that broke with it The dog then tackled it and Fredsays a when tho dog got through he was nearly as dead as the cat which measured three feet two inches Misses Mope Troy have just received a nice line of ladies and childrens furnishing goods including underwear hosiery belts and other novelties They also have a beautiful line of skirts and cloaks to which they invite the inspection of the ladies of the town and surrounding country so The jury in the case of they a Comm uwealth against Floyd Bur iIs nett for the killing of Harrison Moore Friday morning returned I a verdict of guilty and fixed his punishment at a fine of 100 for the reckless use of deadly weapon Burnett is only 10 years of age and the boy he killed was 15 In an election held Saturday in Morgan county for a Democratic nomination for sheriff for the short term to fill vacancy made by Sher iff Pieratts failure to make bond in time South Stamper was nom inated by 108 His opponent Will Phillips like himself had soy ral timea been deputy sheriff and the nee WM dose f j li- A I INSKO ITEMS 0-I Born to the wife of John Smith last week a girl jI Several from hero attended meet ing at Belknap last Sunday Willie Bailey and wife are visitIi ring in Rowan county this weekI Miss Hanio Cruse visited rela ij tives Sunday at Belknap Saturday and I I J H Pugh and family of Bui knap visited relatives here part t of last week Several from hore went to Can enet City last Saturday to hear Da vis and Langley speak Billie Eam bought a cow from James Adams of Netty but the writer failed to hear the price George Crase Jr who has beenI working at Netty for some time visited home Saturday and Sunday 10tBethel Church Gosneyville Sundayr980 a mSunday school Miss D Legg is expected to address tha- I school 10 45 a mSermon by the pus tor and reception of members lab p mSermon Special singing by the choir All are invited and welcome tto those services = F AOAR Pastor The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There Is a disease prevailing In this country most decepIJfI In deaths arecaused by r = Itheart disease heartkresultgi fl kidney disease If I t kidney trouble IUal I II I lowedtoadvancethe 1 kidney poisoned blood willallacl the 1 w jikv vital orgars or the kidneys themselves break down and waste = away cell by cell Bladder troubles mostt always result from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure Is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys If you are feeling badly yet can make no mistake by taking Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and bladder remedy It corrects Inability to hole urine and scald- Ing pain in passing It and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to- go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful J cures of the most distressing cases Swamp Root Is pleasant to take and sold by all druggists In fiftycent and onedollar sized bottles You may eCK havea sample bottledt 1 his wonderfulnewdis- covery H 1fIt and a book that III tells all about It both HomeofSanipRoot- sent free by mall Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y When writing mentlox paperDonhv rsme Swamp Root Dr Kilmer Swamp Saet arM address 5tngam N too on ijtry cat- tePUBLIC SALE 0 Having decided to remote west T will on SATURDAY NOV 7 1906 oiler at public auction to the highest wad best bidder my fiirin of H8 acres ofEzclGood 6 room dwelling with all townIIoulbuildinp good orchard ricer welland cUIIenItutl good family horse cow 8 huge hay corn oats household and kitchen furni lure farming tool etc Trrms On farm ono half cash Iwl anco in I nod 2 years at 0 per cent in terest On other property terms made known on day of sale A A lOiSK THINKING OF MOVING WEST It uot then make up your mind nod write me for descriptive lIt of farm in Missouri lenllrHllIuclheI t able by easy paotitrblu limlling Will sweat mid Itel lite away III tilt vain elfin to eke out R mere miserable sustenance from the fntllIrmuch good land to be had yet awhile for mere song Get rut of the ruts break away from thu timeworn habit that kreps our note to the rndstiine All It takes resolution mid a little nerve Write me and let me hell you to a belter condition Nl PHIPPS Chanute Kansas Tile VINUUESTEll WiiioIto8orr KY nk N H WITHERSPOON President iiij i Patti Up Capital t 810000000 Unillvldfil 1rulllM I 11000000 f- UnllilHoliKi llvpnslt of A ta over i i i 830000000 s j This hank solicits the accounts ol tlmerchants farmer trailer and f inoss men generally throughout husII eru Kentucky and oners its custom f en every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate i baaklolt Ioct3ly f M r i r u NEliSI FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY misses fflOPLE TROY announce that they tin just received their Fall and Win C fter stock of Millinery and a great variety of Novelties never ibefore seen in Eastern Kentucky + FURNISHING + GOODS ifor ladies and children including hosiery underwenr belts and novelty neckwear will be found in the display to which y yq every one is inviteda t MAPEL TROY Kash JohnsonKashDEALERS IN General Merchandise COUNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of the poopl of Hazel Green and vicinity to the storesStaple C andVegotublesShield Brand Clothing Dress Goods Latest Prints Domestics eingQuickWIhupuKashakEIlisuptodateLivery Lookout fo- rCECIL BROStnew advertisement which will K appear next week perhaps fr Sam Kash of the firm Kash Sample says they are selling goods so fast and are kept so busy that they have no time to write an advertisement and he says if they had a new ad they would have to hire another assistant t for which they can not make room with the goods In Presidential Year 1908 Those Who Want the TRUTH Should Read teAn Independent Newspaper THE EVENING POST DURING THE YEAR l00SSPf COSTS LESS THAN ONE CENT A DAYr a KentuckyGovernors From Isaac Shelby to Augustus E Willson ezhteDcEcrymapII UGOOI of all Ken withInnlln steamship route statistical data In addition to the above there are nine I AlukaIIntrmlIonelmscitzHEu q byn1nllt7mallper beatmarlett A dally newspaper for the bone + t- tThe Evening Post LOUISVILLE KY SpedalPrlcc OB Atlas and VeaIq Pest Wilt Ifeb Paper f LLLZr Yl t t JlO- t Headache If it does you should try Dr Miles AntiPain Pills Why not do so They will relievo the pain in just a few min utes Ask your druggist k There are 45000 druggists in the U S Ask any of S them A package of 25 Ii doses costs 25 cents One f tablet usually stops a headache They relieve- S pain without leaving any disagreeable aftereffects isnt that what you want My win Fmnk Snyder has used Dr Wiles Anti Patn Pills for a long 4time Ho never had anything to help him fo much for headache A yenr can lio mine home nnd I was down stele with such a dreadful new ous headache Ho cavo mo one of the AntiPain Pills ana after while I took nnother nnd was entirely re lieved I always keep them In tho house now and pavo many away to others suffering with headache- r r MRS LOUISE LEWELLYN t Powell South Dakota I Your druggist sells Dr Miles Anti i Pain Pills and we authorize him to onlyIfY Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind wtuCy t- of RI EuM iSM 11 L1JMMOq sciatica mnri 1 53y BS5JBLE bloodrI o of thepoilaousmatLrMidacids n cro the db act causes of torso diseases nfl Applied cuoriially It aSOTtls almost In I i ttant relict from pnlanhllo a i crraincnt fl CHVO Is bilr cUectfd by purifying the II blood dl cudrisg the poisonoae sub e Blanco rood rernovJujr it from ino KVJUm DRSneLANDJ Of Drsirou Co wrltooi K 1 tug rlormanibJrof 7ar At I arm- andLaedtrlrleutuzetnedleethatitonldJu i sUertrnm In J a1 riliori JilncoiiTOItod y wituand durotloolle46 felelanebntfound- nntohC rue fare tIe rtmof oucJ3M from Q 011111 11 1reootiJltu mrractloo h r- FrtoRaJIU l lErE tt p mo r Ut It 9ltli nJ 1111U1J Nora1 Jli n 1ra or IIV lin droditisu Tawnrlatriatbott L ot I Dt0ar1t aradr3ef mtyiscgtbclttmo01 It Is caiirsly tree etctiI tu o4iift atc hct Icvjur et ot1r cimilirt U lnirr 11110 I L i o v i7L rb1L 1 C r t u1 rtl1 fr fw b1e G i 5k FREESx t Fruit and Ornamental Everything forOrchard Lawn and Garden Our v Strawberry Plants are iiioneymakers Try em WRITE FOR FREE CATALOG AVE HAVE NO AGENTS lltv noF HILLENMEYER SONS y LEXINGTON KY 52ai KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery iit FOR C3ESFaroei AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES 4s l GUARANTEED SATISFAOTOB Oil MONEY BEBTJN3JED BaF BOLIN- GUNDERTAKERt NsMPTON KY i Ii1fS the citizens of Wolfe and Jtsiho adjoining counties that hl carries fljfcepf Onffin Caskets Burial Clothes irap verythiiig necessary to put away the dead in decent style 1jSpedal caskets supplied onM hours notice finest made if ordered Teams and hacks fiirnhlied ffunerals Mpn fill orders for tombstone cti o c iIf +4I t jf 1I tn iU1ftUOlTtCarefully icllleiyChrollcled Brooding over the suicide of bin wife some weeks ago lUchrdLehrlng 27 yenrs old of Louisville took a large dose of bichloride of mercury At Anroug Run 1 ih Montgomery coun ty Ernest Henry a farmer was attack ed and seriously injured byan infuriated jack Fears of blood poisoning are en tertainedIn with a dog supposed to be mad Jos Hayses a Washington county former was severely bitten He is af the Pasteur Institute Chicago under going treatment While walking in her sleep Mrs Fannie Hambrick aged 90 an inmate of the Home of the Friendless at Lexington fell over a chair in her room and frac tured her hip Her life is despairedof Names of the candidate for presiden tint electors of the Prohibition Social Labor Independence League and Peoples parties were filed with the Secre tary of State last week All go on the ballot by petition Estill county was 100 years old last Thursday October 1 and the event was celebrated in an appropriate manner at Irvine the county seat Many people from adjoining counties who formerly resided In Estill were in attendance Jack Armstrong car inspector for the 1 C railroad at Paducah cut his throat with a razor and died At the railroad hospital soon after The day before he attemptedsuicide with morphine He was 37 years old and thought to be tern porarily insane J H Ford postmaster at Benton killed himself with poison shortly after being placed under arrest on a charge of misappropriating 168 of poatoffice funds The shortage had been settled but a warrant was sworn out against him in the U 8 court Miss Anna Cook was badly injured at Millenburg by the explosion of a dyna mite cap which had been accidentally thrown in with some trash she was burn- Ing in a stove Her hand and arm were severely burned and the flesh torn from around her finger nails While in the act of making up a bed at Byden Mrs Anna Raisor colored was accidentally shot with a 38 caliber revolver The weapon was in the bed clothes and by some means discharged inflicting a wouud in the side that pro duced death in a few hours T J Cooper of Mayfield organizer of the Modern Woodmen of America went to Hazel Calloway county to in stitute an order and received a notice from night riders warning him not to organize a lodge The notice stated that there was a lodge of Woodmen of the World there and two orders could not survive He obeyed the order State Revt nue Agent t H Kash has filedsuit against the Straight Creek Coal and Coke company of Bell county for taxes on property to the amount of 175000 for five years back which it seems has not been listed at all for any of the five years sued for This is said to be one of the largest suits of the kind filed in that part of the state for years An unknown man carrying a jug leap ed from a Southern paenger train at High Bridge the other night falling a distance of 28G feet He boarded the train at Lawrenceburg and was under the iuflenco of liquor Just before the train reached High Bridge ho was seen but was missed after it had crossed and it is nupposed that when the train slack ed up he thought it was Uurgin and at tempted to alight He had a ticket for HarrodsburgAccording to the report of the wea ther bureau at Louisville just issued only twice in thirtyseven years have there bean dryer Septembers than the month just closed In September 50 cf an inch of rain fell while in 1885 Sep tember had 41 of an inch precipitation and September 1873 had but 32 of an inch precipitation The normal rainfall for the month is 2G2 so that last month was deficient over two inches The high est temperature in Septempber was 95 and the lowest 40 FOR- NEURALGIA SCIATICA RHEUMATISM BACKACHEPAIN DISTRESS IN- STOMACH I SLEEPLESSNESS 1 8tr mrWiii 5iii i IPlatelyingii distance below Louisville belonging to 0 0 Woymoth a traveling salesman When cries were going up from allover the country for water a pond raised upon the trao and increased in sizo until it coy ered three acres of soil for whic Mr Woymeth had ecently paidl 150 an acre Experts from a distance were sent for to sink the water but charges of dyuamit- and all other means have failed while the body of water continues to increase Had a Close Call Mrs Ada L Croom the widely known proprietor of the Groom Hotel Vaughn Miss says For several months suffered with a so vere cough and consumption seam ed to have its grip on me when friend recommended Dr Kings New Discovery I began taking it and throe bottles affected a com plete cure The fame of this life saving cough and cold remedy and lung and throat healer is world wide Sold at all dealers 50 and 100 Trial bottle free Democratic Primary Call At a called meeting of the Wolfe County Democratic Executive Committee which met pursuant to callat the CamptonISchool Superintendents Office on the followlinga precinct Floyd Arnett and precinct J I bYprcxylIW lirynnt 6tb precinct David Banks 1 1 precinctJoe very and 8th precinct A B Cox Floyd Arnett tendered his resignation as secretary of said commilteewhicb acceptedMotionby Floyd Arnelt and seconded by W W Bryant that A B Cox be made secretary of said committee Motion carried and A B Cox committeeman from the 9th precinct was elected secretary of the committee havingheenStamperto be to name the time and man ner ot selecting nominees of the Dem ocratic party as candidates for the varl ous county offices to be voted for at the regular November election lt09 the fcl resolutions upon motion having beenI made by W W Bryant and seconded by Walter Oliver were unanimously adopt ed by the said committee Resolved 1st That a Primary Elec tion 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 G oclock a m andI 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 forII each of the county offices to be voted for at the regular electionTto be held InII November 1909 the candidates to be se lected being a candidate each for the fob JJ JudgeSheriff I County Court Clerk Circuit Court Clerk County Attorney Assessor Jail er Coroner and Surveyor i 2nd That all Democrats the county who wilT be elegible to election for the respective offices to which they aspire atIthe regular November 1909 electionI I and who shall conform to the requirements rules and regulations of this PrlJJ mary Call as herein set out shall be I eligible to and may be voted for as can didates before the said Primary for the I nomination as a candidate for such oCII wild offices as they may make known i their desires to be candidate for in the providedhowever c didate for more than one of the said offices hereinbefore named I 3rdAny person or persons desiring to become a candidate for nomination for any of the office before named here- In shall on or before the 30th day of beingjust I 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 cbairt manof this committee either orally or writing of the office for which he desires 1 to be a candidate before said Primary J and ifjhe desires to be a candidate for one of the first named eight officestj i IIlofII 4I Yr slrgrtArbba candid jit forpW frfce either of Coronet or Surveypr hejehajl uEeutinnLMnt helpIngl mary Election Except that if the chairman of the said committee is absent from the county or state or cannot bo coldthereinbefore indicated for the notified rindhpurposed hereinbefore requltrd to be paid to the Chairman Thone who are first to register shall have their uaroes placed first on the ballots to be voted for theearo candidates nod no on having prefer ence for places on the ballots in the order in which they register for the office for which they are 0 runthat is to say whoever registers first for any office Shall have his name printed first on the ballot as a candidate tor that said office and whoever registers last sliall likewise have his name printd last asa candidate for said office and so on through Any ono so notifying this committee and thus be coming a candidate shall be bound by all the rules regulations and require meats ot the Democratic party and the primaryaelections And any person who shall have paid to the committee as herd jibe fore mentioned liis registry fee shall not be entitled to recover any of same from the said committee by action or otherwise even though after depoattlng same he havehisnaweIf any of funds remaining in the hands of thecused by the laid committee to defray the expenses lawful of the party in effecting proper party organization over the county and In case a sufficient amount of money w not paid to the committee to pay the expenses of the primary in the way above deilg nated then those candidates who shall have respectlyescribed shall pay to said committee whatever balance of said primary expenses reo main unpaid ratably and In propottiofl to paidbyvofeforwho are At the time legal electors in the privilegetorespectIveprlmarlor who will make oath that they did not vote for any Republican candidate before regularNovemtierconform to the coudhione and qualifications prescribed by the committee having con lurthepthatstate otherwise entitled to vote but who are not yet 21 years of age amid whowill be at holdIngtheshall be entitled to vote la this election ana provided further that all persons desiring to vote iu this Primary Election shall It requested to do so by either of the judges of said election at their respective voting places be required to make affidavit that they will support all persons nominated lor prlmLry5tbfhls agaIn at Camptontyolfeoffice if available otherwise In some other ofNovember volrdCorat the same time and place make proper provision for having the ballots lor the va rlous precincts throughout the county print ed and distributed and shall at the same time sad place and In the manner prescrlb ed by law elect and appoint the various precincts of the county that way be ap pointed at that time towit Two judges a sheriff and a clerk Isar each precinct uf the county6thWithin two days after the said pri mary election shall have been held and conducted as herein provided the election havIn uponthempollbookstaming the spoiled mutilated and questioned ballots and the keys to the ballot box together with the election seal and the officers delivering aame al1 alldo so In the man ner prescribed by law and the officer receiving same shall receive same In the man houseinafter the holding ot said election as herein prescribed this committee shall again meet in the town of Campton in some convenient room or office and shall then End there count the votes received by all candidates In such primary election and shall declare the candidates receiving the highest num ber of votes the nominees for the respective offices for which they were voted for at said primary election The said committee shall have the power and authority to declare the anytwowell as any and all contests arising from said primary election 7th Notice of this primary election call shall be given by this 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 countybfmeetlagIIEnALD9thThat adjournto on the lth day of November 1908 llgnated LAI L DRMILES ANTIPAIN PILLS I FOR Headache1fJIo r ft StoT- he story ofMr Matilda Warwick trfJ o ni a f Ind as told below proves the curative prgpertles of that well kpowit female jc6medy Wino of Carding Mrs Warwick says MtA- r IAK oj or TtrIt Will fJkV rlrt s III suffered from pains in my hlidt shoulderu limbs side stomach low down dizziness cBiljJneJb jfoJ t troubleI g ty uhffairedw I would have been dead Try Cardul S 1y AT ALL DRUG STOBBI r ij li4t 4 td TRY TOUR Li IJCI1 Mt t voooowoveeeeoeoo6oeooaoooooooeooooee4oeeoeeeooeoeooooe6ooe eet eeoooeeereooa to aft 25 in Free Presentsoooooo y 0 000 00 0 0 0 00000 00 000 ooooooooo oo eooeeoeoaoeeeeeeeeeoeo eaoeoee tThe Wolfe County Democratic Primary JSlbption to see Jitact candidates for the various county officeewih be hold in s 1 the summer some time and THE HER AllD avails 9f the tt pts ioccasion to increase its subscription list and at the same time i give its subscribers 2500 in useful articles such as watches i andchains razors combination handy tool holder c v v oi This is in no sense a lottery but an educational prob v I lam in whicheach new subscriber and each old one who pays up and renews will have the opportunity to xerdiso his brain in estimating the vote to be polled at the coming Democratic Primary Election 0 y v 1 The price of THE HERALD is SI100 a year in advance and every subscriber is entitled to one estimate Old subscribers who pay up arrearages and one year in ad vance are also entitled to one estimate The one who sends in tho closest estimate will receive a gold plated watclkand I chain next nearest gold plated watch and aluminum fob i e next a fine razorc Use the estimate coupon attached Write your name plainly and make figures of estimate Yery jdistinct Then enclose f100 with the coupon arid mail 40 ft tlelectionThe Presents That Will Be Awarded fThe person making the nearest estimate will receive a gold 11011 plated American watch good time piece and plated chain fllhUU ftBRAmericani CRAmerican 50atTho person making the fifth neatest estimate Of the total 150vote at the primary gets a razor of the same kind eOvoteX v BASIR UPON WHICH TO MAKE ESTIMATE The total Democratic vote polled in the Congressional el R ection of WOO was 879 and in the Governors election offIUD7 Mr Hager received a total of 809 votes i 0 o000 A0o 000NOO e100000000e000000e0 M r I Use thisformf + Name i but make out 1 yourestimatePosto1 I 1- I ceIIeant Estimate StatebitIi of paper ioooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooJ figures Sendyour estimate and your dollar to this office and plaIndtaro of both Sincerely yours SPENDER If you have I Headache i ATry One l Wioh L Ft 4 f fvjThey D elicvI a Painsqilic l leaving no bra Aftereffect J J J 25 Dos tf 5 ch tl tlJif J iiII J 1 e iy 1 S I ryr +aa v r rt